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 <5>  "A  y  v  ���������9   /  . / /v..  f$%yy^y������  Vol. 4. -No. 23.  JIEVELSTOKE. VEST KOOTEXAY,   B.C., OCTOBER 31, 1807.  $2.00 a Year.  THE   TANGIER ������������������ CLAIM  ON' THE .HEAD OF  DOWNIE  CREEK  NEAR THE DIVIDE.    <  The Engineer in Charge Gives His Views'  of the Property--A Pumping1  Plant Required --He Favors a Railway --Flotation in London.  "Seeing Perry Leake. .M.K.. in, town  from llio Wavi'i ley .Mini' .-.imp near  , Albeit Canvoii. lie was asked .-iiionl  t In1 |>i opci-tii's and pi ogres.., being m.-ulc  lliore. Hi'spoke principally about I he  Tangier, ii claim i-onl rolled #liy Llie  (Void fields of British Columbia Co.  and situated oil tin* headwaters of  Downie (.'rock, near lhe divide, ahoul  27) mil'-y from Albert Canyon.  The vv n-rijiiii road i-;iliuosc| i-onipleled,  '..lid Mr. Leake, and will  lie vvilhin I wo !  miles of llie Tangier, whii-li is connect-  Cil vvilh if/by ;i ravvhide iiaiL  ���������What,    kind     of    formation    N   (lie  ��������� Tangier in:* ��������� '  Il lies between limestone'find *-flii-t,  (lissiniilai locks, and 111 ti" vein is :uoii-  t.-irl one ,-tIlt ighl.  Tin' oi-e i.i contact veins yuric.s in  c!iiii'acler,.s(iuiewli;it, ?  Yes! The T.tngi i*r 01 oil lire i-s in character in dilVcrcnl parls of the vein.. Near  b *  t he hanging wall and M-hPisjs ,i l.uge  quantity of iron pyrites, galena .ind  gley copper wit li lit tie or -.so /.inc ore .,  while ill l.lle i-ei'll-e' lhe galena' and.  'zinc dies ,-ii-e Mended. ' The width of  the vein .it. whcro'il is crosscut is ahoul  A Hi feel and P well niineraliy.ed. 01 this,  1 v.-ouli! s-uy (j to S feel is solid' mineial.  What is youi gauguc like-1  1    Quail;*; 'nod   (ah lie, '.���������which   is  good  smell ing s(uir.  OtP'OUfsC Vuil   ll.iivle ilss.iy.s?     ,  'Well rutin-;! 'A .series'of assays as'  work was iloi.e .gave, an aveiage of  2-5 oz. gold, 1 Hi oz<. silver, l.'^i, percent,  lead and 2\ pel- cent, copper., The iron  1 pv.ritcs go tihnin jp.-j;j. H per ton infold!  This in from tlie mmkI miucial poiiioii  ol the vein.-  Does   the   vein, -lmw   indic.-ition.s  of  ,   p.erinanenci'. ,' / ,,  lis leading features .such .as siriko,  di)) aiHl-w-.-tliN.'.-irc-xiil ���������-woll' defined and  evrrvlhhig' shown so f;u- gives Lhe im-  ,    . -i o  pie.-sion ih.-il't In* Tangier deposit.is of  large piopoi tiuijs.. ' The auioiiiit of  work done Im-. hi ought, 011L and ex-  posed a l.u iff amount of ore I can  trace the vein tor i.iie whole lengt Ii of  llle'claim. r  Then you have, from what, you have'  said, ,-i very easy property lo develop,  and everything is   working   smoothly?  N'o, not exactly,, I havim-ir^iold you  t hat lint .1 very .small portion' of lhe  vein. 01 the giounil itViuus tl'uougli, 'is  .-iliove tin- water level and lliorctore as  work piocceds ,-i good iie,,I ('if water is  likely to he met with. I might' sav,  .perhaps, th.-it J intend to ;ldv i.se'the  company 10 put iu a miiiiuif plant with  ft long pumping power. hoists, etc. To  do deep mining, they nuisl have this 1  .think.  Bui ilu you'think   thai  the "appeal  1 Revelstoke Club.  On Monday, ji -wry well intended  meeting was held in tlic;, new Government building to discuss the advisability of fjrining a club in Revel-  sloke. Over fifty people lespunded to  the call issued hy J. J). G'raliam who  w;is voted to the chair. IJe explained  tlio object of the meeting and said  he thought (ho, town had got to the  stage, vvheu it should have a club house.  If tlie, meeting was of this opinion 11  committee'might be foiuie'd to proceed  with the, details of tho scheme.  'J'he meeting decided that, a club  vvas desirable. It was then moved  (hut a committee of seven be foi mod  to go into the nVitter of forming a  sooi.-'l club in Revelstoke*.- -C.-'u ried.  The following were elected 011 the  commitlee : .Messrs. Ijicwster Jlearn,  Wells., Crago, Kilpalrirk, Taylor and  Mathiiis.   The commit too was inst met-  . ri 11  eel lo report two weeks from dale   and  meeting adjourned.      , ,  Later.���������The. commit toe c met' and  decided lo appoint two sub-commit toes,  one on site, one on building., They  i.'piirt r to tlie in.-iiii 'commit lee this  week and all the other del ails ai e being  considered.  SURVEYING THE RIVER BANK  With 'a View to Its Protection  From  Further Erosion.  ��������� ��������� Fire Brigade No. .2.  Tin* coininil tee a ppoinled liy' the  citizens meeting la si week to raise  funds and go inlu othet, details of the  formal ion of Fire Brigade No, 2  (Kevel-loke .Station) have ' ,-i very  rri-djtal'le report to'make.' They col-  !".,*( ed $1') apiece from sixunK-rclia'nts,  $25 each from eight others, ami seveial  olliei-'f-uialler amounts, making a grand  tolal *of $720. - The0 C.P.R. .have a'l'so  offered to give lhe brigade, for lirehall  purposes, lot -I, block"1(5, which is very  cent i nl. lieiiig between Tapping's hull  and Tom Hum's residence.  ��������� A' (.ill for volunteer.-, to , form ihe'  In igaijiyw.-is very leadily responded to,  find alnaily I be following names have  been enrolled: I. T. Jbewsler, Roht.  Fleming',' W. G. Birney, T. S. Saundei.s,  W. A. K'.'iilc'. A. K. .lacksiin, \V. F.  Or.-ige, G. .MrTavish, J.- Q. Allen, L.  l'liiminer,k Chas; Ii.1 McDonald 'and  R. A. Upper. l This will make (he  nucleus of a strong hriiradc and lire  cmnpiiny^No.,.1 w.ill have to. Iouk to its  laurel;, signed as I hey-are vvitlf manV"  fire.-.  ,Tli(* Rieinier, lion. .Mr. Turner, has  so far" accepted the responsibility of  his government, to undei lake the protection of the river bunk as to get P.  CL Gamble, late Dominion engineer to  report on liu' matter with a view "to  protection.  Mr.'Gainbk> was in Revelsiokc this  week and spent several days .surveying  the bank, taking measurements and  preparing notes. Mr. Gamble,, has reported on thi.s protei'lion work on  several previous occasions, the last  being in Match of t his year. Jt is impossible (if course to anticipate .(Incoming reporl. but it is hoped that it  will, jis pointed out to .Mr. Turner in  his recent Board of Trade interview,  provide for'the divi-r.sion of tlie river  to its old iind proper channel. It will  be iliti'i-esti.lg, too, to see what the  estimates of'the proposed prol'ecl ion  will he iu conliast, to those already  submitted.  'No further time should be lost r.in  protecting'the bank of lhe river at Ibis  place as any lengt hv delay will be vei y  dangerous and be certain to add to the  cost of t he work.  IT WAS A SUCCESS.  Last Night's Concert ir. Aid  of  the  ,  Cemetery Improvement Fund. /  Tne, Band Ball.  The  Hrass  .inn'of the Tangier wan anls  thin .'expenditure, i  _.   Yi-^.'I  do,, and   I   think   loo  that  J  1 shall advise lbe use,of  Pick drills from  I he natui e ol'-tbe i ock.  "     Have   you  'wateipower   h;uidy  and  Mlllirielll":-  'Vc's ! (here i.s a waterfall near the  propyl ty   which   ought   lo   be  able   lo  give all tin- power i reputed to-rim   the  . -       V'  .   pl.tnl.  How*    about     the    tran'sportatioiial  cpiestion, docs that   bother  your ci.tn-  , puny iii all.  Ti,-iiis|,oi t,il ion is a subject of  gr.iv'esl importance to any mining  company winking on a large scale.' In  my opinion lhe 'most, economical way  Cor lhe Gold. Fields and Wavciley  Mines Pompanics to'lake I heir ores  oul to distant, smellers is io build and  operate a narrow gauge railway fiom  Alliei I < 'aityoii.  Hut I thought you already had gone  to gieal expense to build a waggon  road and thai the government was  going lo give yuu .sonic subsidy or  a.s.sisla uee fordoing so?  I can't, say any! Iiing about thai you  know: but I ijuite believe that the best  way io- bring ore out of I he Dow nic  deck ramp is by narrow gauge road.  The following from lhe London t-or-  r.'.spoiident of the Rossland Miner is of  pai I ii-uiar inleicsi. in i onnecl ion wilh  jMi*. Leake's foregoing iniervii-w :  '".Mi. Frin-sl (ir.int-Gov.iii, of the  (���������old Fields of British ('olumbi.i, who  lias jusl I el 11I'lli (I I,-oilI 11'e pi ,o ilu-e, is  already arranging for I he i.s-siie ol Ihe  plo-pectus (l| a in 11 lier i oiiipim v , vv liirh  wilb lhe Iiii.' ol Hie Tangil'i- .Mine,  limited. ,na\ a capital of ������120,(Ml. is |u  a i (pin c lhe pi opi i I v* ol lbe same name  situated ul Albeit < 'an yon .md adjoining lhe W'.iveiley "  K.ideiiily Mi. (Jomui is about lo  exploit lbe bead of Downie Cieek  i-oiinirvloralllh.il liu- Pn'lish publii  w ill put    inlo   il;   and   a   good   deal   ol  ball .given by the Revelstoke-  Hand on Wednesday evening  was but poorly attended, iind not. at  all in the manner that tlie band bows  'ilesonv e. On every occasion th.it, tins  baud's services .-ire required, it turn's  out with ;i will and it deserves, lieaitv  support.- Though those, piesent al the  ball vvere not suflicient 'to fill tlie, mom"  ihey enjoyed themselves very^vf'll and  an enjoyable, lime was had. Messis.  Gordon and lPirber acted'as floor man-  ago-s and lhe music was furnished bv  Mcssis. La Paso, Alilin, Brown and  Northey. 'J'he refreshments were of a  substanf ial character, 'not. "light" as so  often found. Tt vvas a pleasant ifhu'r  altogether and it is a pity that it, was  not  better patronized.  fT  -  .The New Dumping1;Ground.  Opposition fo'thf new sanitary regulation which locates the dumping  ground where, to' reach it,' refuse vvill  have lo be carted through the entire  town, has been without avaib as  on Monday F. O. Gamble surveyed five  acres on ih,. Hjjr' Jiend (rail for the  provincial,gnvci miient. The coiistabli;,  starled on , hi.s rounds of instructions  , Wednesday, and tlie :--cav enget will  soon commence to haul his lilihy loads  through Ihe. streets.  'The, Mail does not think the ground  well chosen, andiias done its duty ill  strongly pi otesliug.-igaiiis^ thn present,  location, Big I3e:ul trail will soon, it  is* hoped, be a wagon, road, and a public park may possPly be in (hub direction'. A dumping gioinid in that  neighborhood is-nut. of'pl.-u e.  The FJoor Laboring Man.' -  - "Tlie coiulif.i-Tip('if''t^e\v(irki'ngui,in oil*'  the Glow's, Nest Pa--, JP-iihvay cannot,  be very happy if things are" us the  Prospector of Fort,Steele says they are.  It gives a story i>i three young men  brought out from Onlaiio who claim  tlnil lheirarrangeinei.tswii.il the company vvere fare to be paid, $L50 a day  wages with board at $'i.7A) per week.  They worked fifty-two da\-s and this  is given as the company's account with  them for (hat time:  Kou xixk wj:kks" work.  To 5-J (lays ,a S1..W   Lev; l!'y fare to JMn<_-l(jod. ..  " Kurd Mm-lcod to I'.iss. ..  " bi,iinl. !l weeks at, ?l..")'l .  "   fiii-Miii-dinj;  mail   matter  "   .ilu'mijiiili          - ��������� "   doctor. .'-Ou ii month  "   lodtfinjj in Co.'s cabins "..  $21 7)1)  7 IK)  40 ,'jU  1 00  1 00 ���������  1 00 ������7*!  S7S 00  00  al t fill Km will I e diiecled It  in fill ure.  (hat  c. 1111 p  If you want a, good piano see. PL y.  Coursier agent for the Heintzmnn.    tf.  Dr. - IP Mathison will be, at his  denial ollice, Revelstoke Station, from  November 1st to loth. v.    ,       - *  _ Mr. Feiguson, C. R, of Vancouver,  i eprese.nl ing llie London it J). C.  Alliance .Syndicate, came down from  .Big Mend, Tuesday. He had been up  .-it the Oie Mull in'Ground Hog.  ���������Jack .Sweeney brought 'in some  splendid specimens ' from claims on  Keystone. A'tirahanisoii Bios, have a  splendid piece fiom (he Snowbird, and  Pele Lcvesque others from the.Saracen.  Herbert, Mrs.' ,'incl Miss' Mai tin  leave licu'lsloke to-day for Vancouver  where (hey vvill loside'in future. This  is consequent on a change of oil ices for  Mr. Martin. Tlieir absence, will be  regretted.  Vou spend a lot of time looking at  The Mc Unwell, Alkiiis, Watson Co.'s :  no time waiting. ���������*���������  Anyone wishing to assist the Cemetery Improvement Fund can do so by  depositing (heir conti ibutioii with Mr.  A. H. M. I learn of the Imperial Hank,  or with the' trustees' Messsrs. Abra-  liamson, Bourne and Coursier.  Miss LiiDell. of tlie Concert, Stars  Co., went .south yesterday to postpone  engagements marie fm them on account  of a driving accident. Thev will in  all p ���������obability give, a concert heie  about  November liOtli.  A'l. Wiew.ul's giacefu! ,-ct in changing lu's conceit dale from \.\<\ night u, '  lo night so .is to allow him assj-t the j  local concert vvill nut l,e forgotten by |  the public. Mi*. Stewai t's desci iptive I  coiicci Is aie (he latest thing out and!  veiy      inteiesliiig. They       vpidlv  ;  iialauuc duo.:   ' ������ ti 00  A few weeks ago a young fellow-  struck Uevelsfdke'who had worked on  that road for 12 days and he owed the  company ]o cents when he quit work.  Some government Mtpei vision should  be exercised to protect laborers if these  things are true.  His Last, Chance Gone.  * The United State's Supreme Oouit  to-day refused to grant a writ of  habeas corpus in (he case- of Hi nry  (.'raenier, who is under sentence of  death for murder in Ibi'Stale of \Vash-  ington, affirming the decision ' of the  Washington Circuit Com t in refusing  to interfere.���������Seattle P. I.  This Craeiner is the man whose  chances of.es-capi a re said to depend  upon the finding of Jack Quincy, who,  it. is claimed, ran ptnve his innocence  by establishing an alibi. If (hereisa  Jack Quincy. and he can make clear  Craeuiei's innocence, it is a great pity  he cannot lie found: but some people  question the existence of Quincy altogether. They lias,. (h"irdouhtsfiotn the  method of search followed.  A Better House at the Glacier.  The C.P.R. officials liave decided to  enlarge the present Glacier House next  spting. A second storey jq to he  added In the annex (o be used for  bedrooms and billi.ird room. The  house will probably be electric lighted  and steam heated also. This will  be a po-ailar improvement as there are  few more interesting Mopping place.-,  on the svst,.m.  The concert in aid of, the cemetery  improvement fund caini" off last night  al Tapping's (he.-i.tieand was just what  it was announced, a really good one.  All those participating were-in good  voice , and their selections were well  chosen. There was a 'good audience  and a good object and everyone enjoyed the entertainment. The stage,  dressed bv Mrs. Hearn, looked very  pretty. Mi: Mart in-(lo whose efforts  much of the success of the affair is  due) announced amidst applause that  Ml. AI Slewjii't had consented to  change his professional concert date to  to-night, so as not, to conflict with this,,  and had further indebted them to him  by volunteering to Lake Lhe place of  Mr. Melv.ille anil his liarp.  Miss Webb (one of Mr. Slewarl.V- Co.)  opened" the progiamme with one of  Sousa's 'latest inarches. It was well  received.  "1 would that, my love," a duet by  Mrs. Hearn and Miss ICnid Martin,'  Wiis the next number on lhe programme.' It was sweeily sung and got a  vociferous encore which was kindly  granted. . t  Mr. Lawson then recited Poe's  "Raven" in very good style. He was  v< i v icalislie in the last stanzas and  fully brought ,out the wierd and uncanny spirit, of the piece, (he spirit of  Poc. -To a recall li?' gave'.-'i darkey  talk : Mow, to tame a mule.  Mr. Al.Stewart came before the"lights  now and sang with gieat power the  well known Aiab's I3ride. It showed  oil" his baritone voice lo good advantage, and he too got. a hearty recall.  lie (responded with G'odl'iey Mark's  well known'A Soldier .ind A Alan. It  was splendidly sung and with a vim  that caught the house.  Mrs. Ilearii, accompanied hy 'Mis.  Il.iig on the piano, sang Oherette very  sweetly and in a vei y nal ural and modest manner. "Mis. Hearn is a.favotite  nn the lonccrt platform could clearly  be told by llie,request for the encore.  , Mr. 'Roberts , nexlPgave Mrs.''ISnry  'Awkin.s in the vernacular, and to an  encore gave an Irish song "maile (o his  mistte.ss' eyebrow."., Mrs; Ibiig kindiy  accompanied in both pieces.  Mis-.s Enid Martin closed 'the fits(, pot*-,  tion of Ihe 'programme with !Ad.-uns'  lovely song By the Fount.-on, which  she sung wilh" much grace, clearness  and sweetness. It was a very prettv  number and was heartily encored. In  response, she sang the well known Ben  ���������Bolt.  After ii short interval the second part1  was commenced like (he hislwitha  well executed instrumental solo by  Miss Webb.  Guy Barber sang Dre-itn Angel as  the next number and did it veiy well ;  so well, indeed, that, he got. a vociferous encore, to which he responded with  "Only me."  Miss Enid Martin next essayed Iva'.h-  le<*ti Ala vourneen, one of the songs that  eveiyone likes.   'It, was well received.  Mi.'-IIeurh sang that tine old seaditty  Tiie Skipper, in very nice' style, with  distinctness ami good voice. It caught  the audience, too and was ������������������i'sponded to,  with a repeat.  The Convict's Xtn.-is Eve, another recitation by Mr. Law.soii, was a��������� powerful piece, showing th" gregariousness  of our race, ll was well executed and  an encore was demanded. The "Temptations'of .St. Anthony," (Ingoldsbj  Legends) was the response! and it was  very cleverly given, indeed. A little  more dramatic force would render Mr.  Lawson'sexcellent. recitations;.! ill more  pleasing. "  , Mr. Al. Stewart, next appeared and  sang Uosenfeld's tragic '���������.���������.Mad, "Those  Wedding Hells shall not Ring out."  It was well sung and well received. As  an encore, he gave A hot time in the  Old Town to-night. Itcaught the 'boys'  but. a double call would not, be replied to.  Queen of the Eai.,1), (who docs not  know it, ?) was Mr. Roberts' next and  he gave il, with splendid power and expression. As an encore he sung a humorous sea song. With the National  Antheni   the piogramme closed.  It was a most enjoyable evening, al-  togelher, and in the opinion of many  the excellence of the ptogiamme lay  in its freedom from bravnras and breathing exetcis.es, being mostly of the  sweet old ballad order.  Want More Subsidies.  A coast dispatch says it- is understood on reliable authority that  P.einier Tut tier will-subsidize tlie Telegraph Cieek, Teslin Lake route, to the  Yukon. This ivill'be an all Canadian  ���������loute.  At a,meeting of lhe... U. C.'Board of  Trade in Victoria a few  days   ago, Sir  Win. Van J Ionic   declined .that the C.  P.l-t. would put fiisl-class  steamers on  the   route   between     Vancouver   and  Telegraph    Cieek.      Therefore,    it    is  pretty   evident,   that- the  C.P.IL  will  build  this   road, iind   the   C.P.R. and  local   government,   .survey.*!   show    the  route   easy, while   lecent experiments  on 1 lie n\er prove that it  can be kept  open uninterruptedly for seven months  of the year.    They vvill  make   applic.i  lion'    for   a      Dominion  subsidy, as well, to this lino.  THEY WANT IT URGED.  RAILWAY PROMOTERS TRYING THE ���������  '     COAST MUNICIPALITIES.  They are Ready to Proceed���������Want the'-  ,   Grant���������Legislative, Conditions are  Plain and No  Urging Should be  Allowed���������The Act Quoted.        ,���������  Local,, and'Personal Briefs.  s   back   from    French  i, ,  up  from   Trout  Fred  Edgar  'cat! pi'e.lly .blouses al  (.'uiirsii  Steamer Smoke.  The sieanier Nakusp has been  launched and is again doing service on  Arrowhead run. She has hen complete! v ovei hauled and renovated and  looks like new. The beaching .o-cideni  was an expensive one but. the boat is  now none lbe worse and she reipiired  pu-liav   the fiiMineaniii,'i.f a .son-rand ' a relit ting any way.    Bi.th the Nakusp  and Kootenay have heel) f.iken off the  ion below RoIimiii on account of the  rapid fall of water in the river and the  Trail,'and hylitin are again on that  service. *  ���������  till  sense ol seeing   !-,   called    upon   as  viell .is thu of hcuing      Hcuni" Mr.,  is     oieiisiii-iible     cnoiiL'h    .but I  .Sti-w-.-u t  i I here is" more  j."'] lall to-night.  1'*  .-irlili.u  1    enough  At-   Pel ei si iir's  Ask the Delegate. i  KDITOIi JvOOTKXAY   J1AII*, :  Dear Sir,���������Having noticed in your  issue of last week that a gold medal  had been awarded at the Spokane fair  to Nort li Kootenay fm its miucral exhibit, could you kindly inform 1110  where t his recognit ;on of our district's  rich resources i.s lo be seen, and is il  the purpose of the contributors to the  exhibit to display the same in some  public place in Re.velsloke.  *"������������������'"'��������� PKO.SI'ECTOrt.  , Revelsiokc, Oct. 29.  Cieek.  ./as  ' Dixon    came  Lake Thursday.  ������.Mrs. A. (t. M. Spragge has returned  from a visit east. <  Children's   combination   underwear  at Coursier's. , ��������� ' * o  R. Mc-Diarniidcaine down from Big  Bend, Tuesday. ,  Here's to little Giover!', Cleveland  may vet get another turn.  .   '' . 1 , ������       v  Nice dressing gowns and wrappois  at Coursier's. t o  F.   Deane,    editor ' of   the   Inland  Sentinel, Kamloops, wan here Monday/  F. Fraser    went   down   Monday, to  assess tlie Halcyon Hot Springs  build-  -i-'gs. , ' " .,       '���������  \   Premier Peters, of P. E. Island, has  resigned to piactice lawjn' this   Prov  ince.  Everything for the babies at The  McDowell, Atkins, Watson Co.'s, The  Druggist.*,. ��������� v ' '   *  , Tom Sutherland is back again this  week fiom Big Hend. He.has been  up theie quite a spell.  . Bob Williams vvill go back to liig  Bend in a day'or two to open up some  claims at Eight-Mile.   .  Kamloops lias 'caught .one .of  Ahdree's "pigeons.. 'lt'caine. ;.south b'y  the Kamloops-Klondyke route.  You can see the latest in dress  goods and trimmings at Coursier's. o  ��������� Air. Cummings, engineer, started today to survey the - cemetery ground  into lots. 'J'he trustee's think this is  .-id v isable.  John D. Boyd, Jack Sweeney, Bob  Williams and others came down from  Big'Bend, Tuesday., Johnny Boyd  went back Thursday.  A.. IT. Sc.-iife, hite, of the Province,  was in town Sunday on his way to  England for a holiday. lie expects  to be back next summer. v  See those delicate shades iu lace  chiffons at Coursier's. ��������� o  H. N. Coursier returned fiom Trail  Sunday, lie expects to close out his  business .it Trail   and   Mr.   iind   Mrs.  Steed will soon be back here.  1 ..  J. C. , Prevost, the defaulting  Supreme court registrar at Victoria,  was tele.ised at New Westminster hist  Saturday on account of ill-health.  Light, soft and warm, those eiderdown comforters at Coursier's. o  r  , F. C. Cotton, editor of the ^tewn-  Advertiser, and 'John Andrew ALara  came, in from the west Wednesday and  went'down to Nelson same day.  The new issue of Dominion postage  stamps will .appear about Decern her  1st. They.will bear the, vignette of  the Queen as she, appears today.  What a variety of shapes and styles  in ladies hats at Coursier's. *  Beginning next  Sunday   theie   will  be afternoon   set v ices   held   in   Peterson's    Hall.       Good    music,    singing,'  speaking.     Everyone welcome.    Hallelujah time !  W. H. Vickers is in town from  Trout Lake. He cannot be kept still  and he turned out yesterday to .sell  cemetery concert tickets. He sold  them loo.  Comfortable, stylish and pet feet-  fitting ladies coats al Coiusier's. *  Sandy McRae is in town this week,  lie is still weak but getting stronger  aud brighter every day. The public  will be pleased to see him able for duty  again.  A. W. Mcintosh (Keystone) .������������������.nd E.  AIcBean got in from Rig Bend, Thuis:  day. McBean has been doing assess  ment   work   on    the.     Klondyke    on  dit-Mile Cieek.  There is considerable excitement rife  over (he railway  situation , this  week,  chiefly about   (he   V.'.V. & E. Railway  cliaiter   from   lhe   Columbia,   lo    the  coast.    Rut a few weeks ago a controlling interest in (his charter was sold to  .Messrs. Mackenzie and .Mann   who  are  very generally associated wit'll (J. P. R.  policy.    The promoters of   this   road,  Dr. iMilne and blhera,   have asked   the  , councils of the coast' cities to urge  the  government  to grant  the  subsidy ^of  $1,000 per,mile which  had   been   voted'  for the consti uction of that line saying  further   that   the   company  was 'pre-  paied now to go ahead with the scheme  iind delegates expenses would he paid.'  Why   this urging    The  bonus was  given   on   stated   conditions   by    the  Legislature and they must be preserved.  IT I he company of men  who got and  have   bought   into .this,   charter   ate  really ready t.o go ahead let them. The .  conditions ou   which   the  government  subsidy was granted a re" very plain and  though the bonnsiug systeui   i.s doub't-  fub the proper thing to do is seemingly  to adhere strictly to them.  The    Lieut.'-Governor-in-Council     is "J"  (heroin, empowered   to  enter iiito.au  agreement  with  any  person  or company undertaking the construction' of  any railway lo which (he$I,000ii mile  subsidy is attached, which   agreement,  iL is distinctly   stated,   shall   provide,  among other things, that construction  must   begin   on   the ,V. V. & Ii. R. R.  vvilhin two years from the, passage- of ty.  (he   Act;   also   that   "the    Aforesaid,  ���������subsidy shall not, be payable   until  the'  railway is completed  and   in   running'  order, to the satisfaction of the Lieut.-  Governor-in-Council,' nor until secmity  or   guarantees,    satisfactory    to    the   '  LieulVGovernor-in.Coimcil.'is   or  are  given for Ihe continuous maintenance  and opei'ation of the  railway,  and  no-  subsidy shall be payable or,.paid  until  .'  Taftet such completion   and   the giving,  of such security or guarantees." * -  ��������� - -  ������-J���������, "*  THE OPPOSITION LEADER  Touring1 the 'Country So - As To Keep ,  ' Thoroughly Posted.   ��������� ���������  Chas. A. Seinlin the leader of the  Provincial Opposition party was in  Revelstoke, Monday, and was waited  on by the Mail interviewer. <IIe did  not have'mireh to say concerning the  political situation, but stated that he  was taking a turn around the country  to acquaint himself with' its needs '  -such as representation,' etc., to look  into the railway situation and general- '  ly to keep posted on afFairs all over.  He was greatly pleased with the  progress of Revelstoke and expressed  his surpiise that something had'not  been done long before to prevent the  encroachments of the liver on the  townsite. He asked many questions  concerning the town, its realty valuation and other , points, and when he  left for down river had inade many  friends, got, a full memorandum book  ancl a thorough knowledge'of alfairs ,  at Revelstoke.  Personally, Mr. Seinlin is a'most approachable gentleman, affable and  courteous in the extreme, and his  reputation for honor rectitude and  politeness is very good.  ��������� In travelling around the country Mr.  Seinlin   and other opposition  leaders!'  have   liot   the   same    advantages    as  ministers   who   have   comfortable  incomes and who get $10 per day  while  *-  on public business.  ,������*-_  Sifton's Yukon Trip.  This is only a scheme to inform you  that we can make it, interesting for  you in the biush aud comb line.���������The,  McDowell, Atkins, Watson Co., The  Druggists. *  The winter set vice ou the S. it 0.  branch takes effect November 1st.  Trains leave Sicainous Mondays, Wed  nesduvs and Fridays, aud Okanagan  Lauding , Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays. The hour of departure  from each end vvill be the'same���������. as at  present:        . ,  The Hon. Clifford Sifton, Minister of  the Interior, has returned to Skagway,  having gone through Chilkoot aiid  Skagway passes and to Tagish House,.  10 miles from the head of hike Bennett.  In an interview he s.-tj-s he will help,  to facilitate any le.isonahje plan of  getting into th.- cnmitry and police-  posts would be .-si-ihlKln-d along the-  loute. He believes frot 11 information  be has rec.-ii-ii ih..t there will he no  famine in   the   Klou.lykc   this   winter,  i'Ot  tile de,.ai I ine'it will    k"ep (ill sends  liu.' iii supplies. "My r 1 ip has hei-,,  -.-ilisfaeli.|-y in' ..very way," said Mr.  ri.-ll.ui. ������������������! have becoiii" arqii.iinl ed  uilii [.he climate and topographical  ( (I'ldili.iiis- of the country ami, in putt,  l.iio.v its neciN, obeof w hich isauettsy,  cheap and "Xpeililiou.s route to the interior. A-, to which route i ���������: to he  ���������.elected I .1:11 not prepared to say. I  will I,iv my oli-enaiioiis. Iief.oie' my  eidleagiie-..     I .-m, mi:-c   parliament wiil  '"' '* 11- to   grant   chailei-    forcon-  stiu, Iiini of railways, trnm.v.iy-. or  w.igni mans invi- |.jy ,,f lllt. iVm-ivi,  tonics. ->;h( nr .ill of which lie iii (Jaii.i.  di.ui iriviLi'i... si'iM-l,* bona fide companies; he organized to build them."  As Hi'. Sifton will be stopping off  hei on his return, why not prepare a  case for tlie Columlna-Caiioe valleys  route, via Revelstoke. ani'j urge it cm  bun. ���������'  !"���������    ;���������*������������������'    ���������  m^^^mmm&^^^^^^^^mm^^m^^^^^m^^^^^ VMiK I  niK KOOTENAY MAIL.  ube Iko'otena^ fllbail  I'Ul.biSIIKI) KVKItY f-..VT(JKI>AY'  -r.Vf ���������  , ?.EVELSTOKS.'B.C,  ���������HY���������  ATlCIXrt & SMITH.      ;  I'l-in.rmii-its'A.Ni^ J'iioi*uii:'i'iWs*.      -������  ^���������S-obscription   Price.   S2.00   Per    Annum  t.C!" STIUCI'LY  IN   Am-AVilili'-V'S  ADVERTISING RATES.  CONTRACT AOVEIITISKJIKXTR insorlcil ill  llie rate of ������1.5(1 ]icr coliiiini incli per moiilli.  >'or spaces (if six uoliiinii inclics- or over SI  I>i*r incli per iiiniitli.  TUANK1KNT   AIIVKIITISI'IMKXTS  Klu.   per  lino tir-51 insertion, ,">i-. pur  tine o.icli s-iilisu-  (Hu-nt,  iiis.-riUm.     Tlic   numlx-i*   of   lines  reckoned liy space occupied, VI lines to tlie  inch.  ItKADIXO    NOTICES, lliu.   jut line c.icli  in-  serlion,   unless  coiiti.tctufi   for lij   llic'KHI  UlK'n.  JOU J'KIXTJXIl of every kind at most reasonable rates .md short est not iie.  ACCOUNTS  lor job   printing  or  ,-idveilisiiiK  payable on llie lii-st of every month.  COItltKSI'OXJlKXCK on till matters nf local  .or public interest in\ iteil ;ind ciirefully considered.' All coinmuniciitbins to the Kilitur  must be accompanied by lhe name uf tlic  writer, not ncressili-ily for publication; but  lis an evidence of jj;ooil failli.  A (Id re.--, ' ,.  This Kootmxay Mail,  Hevclstoke, H.O.  ,  KISVKLSTOKK, OOTOBKR :J0,  1S.17.  So.MCTinxr: shoul'l promptly be doiio  lo iiu<rinei't the number of names on  ithe voters' list of this section of the  North l.uliii". The inctease of voteis  on the local list since last/ election has  not   been   in   anything,  like,  a'proper  ratio to   those   qualified   to   be   there.  i      , *  Is it realized 'how very unfair this  neglect i.s to this section of the iS'oith  Hiding, whose future we, have all so  .(much at heart'] - If _ tliis 'electoral  division, which includes, by a Turner-  i.ui geographical system of doubtful  ���������merit, the. Trail Creek count.*} to the"  Loundiiry, is to remain without re-  distributi in or change, tbe nejjlcct- of  ,t,he voters' list at the Revelstoke end  js simply .suicidal and moans our total  .extinguishment .-it the * noxt election.  If we were tostiain every nerve and  put every man in lllecillewaet, Revelstoke, Lardeau, Trout Lake tind  Nakusp divisions on the (-.list that  -should be there, Rossland would not  hy any means have the easy walk-over  jt. Indks for, and wliicb itL seems, by  ,oui-, indifference, we are inclined' to  give it. *������������������ '  If there is to be redistribution, however, and'  there   ought, then   this section of   North   Kootenay should, as  a  -matter of duty, put iuelf in a position  , .to demand it.'    We-.-ire   entitled   to a  tepreseiitatiie of our  own, from.every  point of view, but   we. will   hardly be  .deserving if vve leave   any loophole for  ' -neglect or overlooking   of   our' claims.  In adjusting representation at the next  .session (always   assuming   that, it vvill  be adjusted) the   yolersj   lists as  they  .stand then will, no  doubt, be taken us  guides.     As they stand   now  they  aie  'not representative   of   the   slremjih of  say that, it depends upon the .development of its own suriounding district.  Where vve aie getting a few dollais'  fi -im, 11 a\ellers as they pass, other  places aie getting their investment  capital iind labor. ,  , Competition of railways, ste.iii-c:s,  Hani., mills, smelters is aolivelv going  on to the south of -us, all induced by  the development, of the local tesoinies.  Il will be so heie, if 'we work to that  end. Open up thr; mineral fields' all  about us (its a bold man vvill say they  are not as good here as elsew heie)  that's the way tii excite, inteiest and  invite competition.  It seenis incredible that Mr. Justice  Wiilkeni leversed Costello's sentence  of imprisonment to one of fine because,  of the prisoner's business interests, but  that is w hitt's' leported. I Jy this'  reasoning a ��������� man without,, business  interests must expect, tber full penalty  of the law. Such i.s not the piinciple  animating British justice, and if it.  were would fully justify Goldsmith's  hitler taunt, "Law grinds ihe,pom* and  rich men rule (he law*' No! Thank  heaven it, is not so has 'not been-so ;  and vve, think still theie must be some  mistake about this Costello' matter.  Tf theie isn't, there should be some  inquiry ; for as a result of it, is already  hcai'd, in the mouths of the. willing,,  the gibe, at Biitish Justice, the taunt  and scofi' upon the purity of our bench.  , It Will Live.'    '  The lute (J. A. Dana hoped to livelong enough to write Canada's ol itu-  ary, but the stiong old man is gone,  and neither his son, nor hi.s grandson,  nor the New Voi k Sun will ever live  long enough to celebrate tbe   downfall  of British power  ou   this  continent.���������  i ���������  Toronto Telct/rtnn. o  ,.-uid the whole i i-k of the disaster from  failm e vv ould fall upon India. If tbe  iigi eenieiil, broke down the United  States and France ' could take precautions against a depletion of the gold  reserves, but in India the rupee, when  the collapse came, would fall headlong  and the g( vernment' would have no  remedy against fluctuation in the exchange value of the Indian standard  of value, wit h the fluctuations in tbe  price of silver. .'  OKAS. R. CARLYON,  V> , (=* o   Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor ,  and Notary Public.  its'OKKXC'K:   Jii'iom *.', Pool  Illoik. Kovclsloko.  ^RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister,'Solicitor,'Etc.  Notary Public.  ReVclstoke - Hospital.  Jlal.ernilv ward in connection.  Vaccine kepton hand ....  Brs. KcTteclmie and Jeffs,  -   Attendants.  GUY   BARBER, ,  ,     WATCKriA-'ZEH, A3TD JBV/E2.M33  Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE. 3. C.  Ollicu in Smith r.liH-k.'l'.it-illc A voiuie, ,  ItKVI'XSTOKlC STATION, 11. (J.  ,    "   T.. MATHEWS,  Real Estate unci Mining Broker  319 Cordova St.,  VANCOUVER, B:c.  Mining stocks iind properties bought,  and sold on commission: Correspondence solicited. '     ' ���������  r  '  BEAUMONT BOGGS &. CO.  " Mining-"Brokers,  VICTORIA, B. C..  H  OWARD WKST,,  (A-socialo of Hoynl School of JMine-s  London, KiikIiukI.)  Mining   Engineer,    Analytical    Clicuaist  and Assayer.  Canada Drug" & Book Co. Limited,  DON'T   FORGET   THESE    FACTS 1 !  \\~c- have tlie mo-t c-innilctc stocl: of .Stationery  iin.l Kiiioy (j(i(������(K in lt'ivuKioki'.  AVu li.ivi; a (oiniiU-to -stock of  I'uro  llriig.s and  I'-ilcnl Jlrili-Jno-.. '  Wv lirivc a roni'iU-K; line of MiiMi-al Inslni-  mcnls, --iicli iis Violins, JKinjos, Ai-coi-deiiii-,  JMiaitli Ui'K.uis, (iiiiuusaiiil Auloliiir]is.   ,  Wc iirc .iijc-nt-, for Piano*-, Oi-tcan---, mid T.vijo-  wrilur-i.  .ti- V/c dispense i>rcserii>tions day or night.  THE NEW CORNER DRUG,' STORE,   '   '  , KKVIfiLSTOKIS STATION, ii. (J.  i't'Oiiorlicscxaiiiiiii'd and reporlt'd on.  NKW JlKNVKK. H. ('.  WPKLLRW HARVIiY, F.C.S.  (Jlcinli.,N. Kii-b. rust.. M. & M.I':.)     ,  Mini ni/ llnginvvr nnd Ansin/cr.  V.\ncouvkii, M. C.  Checking Smo'.tsr FJulp a Spacialty.  DER  ^a iL F\.  ISv niTiiiiKi.'iiiciit'. wit li Kni*o|iciin sniolii-i-.s,  iKlviinccs uill lie ni.idoon cimsi^iinu-nl--, of  ores .md in-lite-., ii)i to any value.  Can.uliiiii .V'ls'i'iit:   The t'ussel (.old   IO.\trnutiiiK  Co.,    Ud., ' Cila-sKovv,    Jliu'Artlinr-KoiTi'it.  Cyanide  I'roOs-i.  X. Ji.���������Coiii|iulenl iiicn cini'loyert. &NTa liiipils.  ���������  Mines ancl Mining Stocks.  Q   *  *  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.  A New Gun.  Benjamin the Bavarian mechanic ha*-*  invented a new revolver. , "It i> called  the automatic pocket pistol liecause all  the marksman has to do is pi.11 the  trigger once whereupon it empties it-  sell' of six loa'ds in two seconds.-, ilt, will  send a .'���������>2-calil>rc s-teel liulli-t through <-i  0-1 tuli hardwood plank at yd.) yanls. 4  A    McNEIL,  BAR3ER SHOP AND BATH ROOK,  Front Street, Hevclstoke.  FRED. 'M. WELLS, Mine Examiner.'  Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  '    Tickets for SI.00.  p    L. JOHNSON,  11kvkW-'okh Station, t>-C.  Haircut and shave 50c  'Comfortable Parlors.  *   ,        THE INDIAN MINTS.'  t  Grounds for Refusal of Silver Commissioners Request.-  The pi oposals uf Si'iiat or Wolcott. for  the IJ. H., and the Kiench delegations,  to the Biitish Cahiuet on the lii-  metalist'question took the' followiu*^  foi in : ��������� ."���������  First���������The opening of the Indian  mint*-*',, mid (he repeal of the order  making the soveriirn legal tender iu  India.       ]   .  Second--Pliicuig one-fiflh i|f the bullion   in   the   issue department    of   the  liank of Kngl.-iiid in sil\-t>r.  Thii d ��������� ltaising the leir.il tender limit j  Opposite Drug Store.  m 11 O.MAS BROS. & GRANT,  '      TAILORS "  Suit-, from $12, Pants from if'.l.  Sample and   iiiea^iir*.iiiijnt  forms  sent  on application.  '. '      ' 92 Government St.,  White labor only. '       VICTORIA,   B. C.  p   H. HEAPS & CO.,     ' '  --��������� '"  ���������Machinery Brokers, ,  ."���������11(1 Cordovu St rout.  VANCOUVEll,  B.C.'  i      II. HOLDIOir,  Analytical Chemist and' .Assaycr,  .   ' NELSON,   B. C. .  .V-!-.,iy? (if ovury variety or iiiineiul. ,  An.ilysis   of  milk,   water,  or*otlier  niiilci-iiils  usull for food.  Prompt Ilcaiilts.   * Promjil Cai.li.  d.RHULL&CO.  Plans and. specifications- prepared  in Indialnk or Blue-print  Lg-s., -  r ' f  If you desire an .-u'listic b.omc with all modern   conveniences'  call and :;ee Maclean v. ho, can design you one in any  '���������'      '       style: Queen Anne, Colonial, Swiss, or any other style  . you prefer. ,   - ,-  '.     ,  Interiors and - interior decorations  arc  hi.s 'specialties.,    Store  0     Decorations, Bank   Fixtures,   1-Iotel   Fixtures,;' Hall  shewing   pannelled   dadoes,    frescoes,   etc.;   Artistic  Screens, Verandahs, Stairways, etc. can be ������'ot out to  ...?,.'*' ������  suit the-market. '��������� ��������� '  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  r-^x^x-iJUraajJt teaaurjas  Lake=View Ho  =ASBOWnSA3D,' B.C.  J. J. FOLEY,  Proprietor  FOR SALE���������A-'iiiuaittly of light, second hand  Stool Itnils. '    '    '  our    section,   and    it    is    every    "nod I of silver  to, say, .CIO. and   issuing  -������-- i pr* p.7 Tiff C*D/^T A T UOTFT  'citizen's   duly   who   is   put it led t'u he ! IU,U^  '"'-M'd  ������"  ^ihtM'-  uhit'!l ^'������������������'ll'1^ I I UiVllu ^ftbl AL'   "    ������l\jlLL.,  there, and isn't, to  inake .tliemselve.s so  hv reiristerinir at once.  legal ti-liil"l-. and llie r.-tii e.ueut in  gradu.il ion or otherwise, of the. It)-,  i^old piece-,   ami   the   sitls-titutiiiu   ot  Best S-2.(X'i a day House in the City.  "Registration is .simple   anil   the.  (jiiiili- i paper based on silver,  fieations   are. > easy :     l.ritisli ' suhject, i Fourth���������An  agreement lo   coin   an-;  '. -21 years of age, one year's ie.-ideuce in'!.,,l,-lll>' so   ",,,l'h  =,!vt'1'- ih''  ������������������"">'"������ }" \ ~  ,                   .              ,           "         .,           ,-       i -   t    - lie li'fl onen.'                                                  ,            i i  jthe   ptovince���������two   months   ot   which , ,. ,. ,     ,..,                          . ,      .-...-  '                                           ... ri tin���������ihe   ii)n*ni:i'_r   o. the   r.iiirh-h *  must he. in the elec.K r.-il district.    The  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  Wholesale ' and   lieLaii  ��������� ,BUTOSEE,S.  ' i  Purveyors of High-class Meats.  .,  REViiiLSTOKE, B.G..,  All order.'..in our line vvill he  promptly  rattended to.  J; Hfltshison k Co.,"  (Opposite Governmeiifc Oflice,)  Groceries, Feed, Fruit, always  fresh and full stock.  c  HEW .STORE.     '     MEW "STOCK.  <  Shoi'fc   Accounts.  This hotel has been re-built  and grcatlv enlart>-ed.     It is newly  *   J'urnished throughout .and affords  every convenience '  ', '    to guestsv    It, is   beautifully situated   over- ' *  '���������    ���������{    '. looking Upper Arrow Lake, and iV*  located most conveniently to railway depot and steamer landing.  d Rates. Snc S2 per'day .  .-r-t-  ���������II  ^;*-������.  i?-*!-.  t  IjOili, lilil 'JdQGLj^-ci*.  ' FRANK  VAr:i')AL.L. I^roi-riktok.  ^=Revelstoke,' B.C.���������  NGxIOE.  .....                            .                           ,, -v" (iTK'K [.-��������� MKllKHY (IIVKX  that ll'i days  mini- to ih.' e.'i.i.ii."-   ot   r-tp-v-. anil tn . ^     rn.ni .In.- lln* ui,.i( i--i;_;iii-.l, .\. .--|. Ci;.,:-|,'0  local collector of votes is J. D. (.i|*ali;ii'ii, ] (he  coina.-'i-   of   Bi*iti-h   doll.n -, u hi.-h ii-ni*--i-!i.v' aiu-'iiKm m il.e .ipphiaiiou loihe,,  ,               '                               .,                ,                                 . I'.-a.f ( ,,111,-11.���������liiin-i- oi   L.in(l- ,iml   \v uric- lor  government,   airent,   hut   for   the  con- . --hall    he   full    tender   in    trie   Miaits j������ii,ii.-miijii   inirch.*--.-   .i-Jn, iici-es  nl    l.uul  ���������*".".'.                .                                       ! a .tA ....   ....     ...i*     . i,   ..    ., ,,a.,,a    .a   ��������� -.iln.iin.-iti;'in (lav nor Creek, ncni* the   lurks of  veuience   of   tliose    who   eannot  ao t'i j ht r*u< llu *'*-'���������'   ���������'���������"���������   otli.-i    -t-iiiOat-fi   ��������� of- h .s-.U.'ilml f.-.-ek. in Hi- Tr^ut   r���������ikc Divi-ion  , ,, .,. , ,       ,      r ' unit"-, and t.-ndei    l:i    I'liiL-d   Kumiimu     >.f 'a'i-'   &, u i.i-i.-it-t.-iie lai^ at   a po-l  the collector K  ofhe-e.  blank    toi in-   can             .���������,...           ���������      . :n i -kni ,i. I) . ..l-o-a.',!;;':.; t   -i.iilh  oi  Ihnikcr-  .     ,          .                                                               i l,o the Jlinit ol -livet  I'-SiCi lejider. .,,'j , ,,.(.h. .���������.���������lining iviVi'i -n > Sen-,, l Iicik-c c.i-t  ,lie hiid ilt tlie .\l.\lf. olhce.                             ',      Q;,.,,,   _, ,,.,,.������������������ ,i  ,,..; i i-i,.. ,. ;.,. >-> ��������� 'i..ei-. i'h ... <   - a.i'. J-'i -.-h on-, liiuncc vvc-i  I'l     l>    ,1.- '.'> '....( '   l.t  l   ,,111111 ill.I lll"lll.  .\. -I   (1. IIA.MKIt^l.KV  -op;   11. I-07. -Mi' I'cr.I am i.s l>t.\o\\  ,n:;l ni>-,(. lil-  Sivtll ���������('(.ioili.il ari i-a  , '"��������� "        ' ! aire ot -ilver in  ICirvpt.  One of the things nece-sary   to  still        Seventh -Sciiiethin*.'      i;a\oi:r       t! "  l'lii'ther .-trengt hen   Hriti-h  conlidence , siciie',..! -co].e of the Hu-kis-on pi,,,.),  in   Canadian   comnierciid   affairs'is , a ,      rs.i-ii-ir   She   que.ti.m   on     ii. ���������   lir-t  ...       ,       .    i    !��������� -^i   * ���������       i i iii tide in the-" pt-opos,!]^ [,i,i rl S.ili-lmi v  iedeiid   iict   dealing   with    ln-olveucv. '      '  l dechti'-d them and   foi med   m^ wlu-.n  Atp.csent theie   is   no   uniformity   in ' ������������������_ ,���������.,���������   t..piy   ���������f  U���������.  G.,v,.rrlI1I,.f���������    ���������j  the law- of /lie diiferent, provinces con- ,  fiuli.1 \\ hir-h _mv.  an emphatic i."ii.it i v.-  f  Coi'tiOcate of .Improvements/  LSRE  VfK.y .MINT..'*.*.!, CLAIM.  -ii,tai.-j   iii   uie   l.,ird< ,ei   IMiitlii^   Ili'-iMf.ii of  \\ ,-i   Ki.ot.tn.i*.   iJi-tti. i.    \\ h. re lix.iK'it :  'Hi   l.pp'-i Ario.v l^iki , .iliDiit   m<". ui:  null",  ,u*)ii\.. N',iki|sp. Il.e  Jas. Mahon.  -; General Biacksmiih [-  REVELSTOKE. .B.C.  Wa������ons,   heavy-* in*   liylil,    lniilt    aiid  lepaircd.  I im seslioeiiiij- ,i speciiill.v.   ,, -> ,  I'rosjiectoi-'.s Picks.     iMiner's Tools.  L-irire supply of iron, steel ;ind shoes.  Oider.s   in   any   hraneli   of   the   trade  executed in a woi knianliko inanuer.  Best TaWe in, Town,t Wall Farhished Rdoiiis,  hoieest Wines, Liquors and Cigars,  ' Everything��������� Strictly -First-Class,.  Terms $2 per day.  Kamloops Beer on Draught  ���������J. ALiJICK-T STUN!-:, Phoi-hiutou.  Uieasiii e-, if I h.'V  vieh'to  - m cei'd i" en  Ktmlish B.uikrupti-y Act of V2 intio-    [,.,���������.������������������.,, :lv in   ',b, it   r,i,j���������,,.   u,,M|dl���������. A,.'.. -:.,.,.  , ,    . ,r , .      , ,, ,      ,    ��������� . , , .   ,      , , ��������� \n I  t'li-l.'.r   l.-U. ���������   ii.'|. e   i1   i,   ,K ' ion. iiiulci'  ^luced   liy   Hon.   .Jo-epli   I lunnliei la in.    an mteii-e di-lurliaiiee ot   li.di.ui  u.ule .,,,������������������.,,.;, ,,,.,., ,,    ,.,,��������� ,,i ��������� . ,i  L��������� i ������������������    n���������   ,-  .*,.,. ,    ��������� ���������     .     ., ,    , ,111 M'VKK Mi'IlC.:  lh.it I.  'l,,m   C. lii.i*.. .iu'ciiI  '  -������ \ ,'       |s...,i,.   ^.  .cerninn   this   subject   and   in   some   ot ( to t he propo-al   to   ie-opeil  the   Indian       |      i,M   ���������; ;���������    I;,,;.;,   ( .,*.,������������������*, :v  -������������������ |; Ml!r ,ui,l I   \,-.' C   l]dVC   cl  , .,..., -ii i   miiit-        fl   ,,|v-> I'.illi.llU-'   r.li.M'.-   ,>'   "I i ill   II I' , l'l-( (��������� .\lllii'|-'s  |  Ihem the law i-entirely   unsuitable   to'  '���������������"<-���������     ll    '"J    ��������� f , .,������������������,,...  ...,, :f..������, v  ,���������.., ���������,,. .,,,,  ,liiw ,,-,,���������, ! /-r ,   *-r.,^_.i������,   .,/���������  .   ,             ,    ,       i        .,.,              "The   fil-!     Ii-illl   of   the   miif^.^te/l     ti,. ,|,,i,. ��������������� ,,  ,f, ; , ,., ,i, I,, >|���������   \m. n- :!, <-i,iil-'l, ! rO()(l   >)<.lpT>IV   Ol    .    .    .  lhe    proteclioli   ot   holiest    tl.tde.     lhe     ...^ ,:..,.,. i ... ....     irlo-    i.-.Iitl.  .f   ..i    in in -.  K.i*   llie ,       J  BUILDING MATERIAL  AND LUMBER..  Cut Kates for Spot .Cash.  *  ���������  ��������� - i- .i.i i       He i i.i" ���������  v*i...' i.iu ..I,-,'.- .. v. ii nun-��������� Call and sec'us, \  ^���������a,.-aclio..s;a���������onici..l   liquid. ���������   ,,,,-     ������������������'���������'���������������������������"������"��������� U  v ould I,"  pc ,���������.,-i.-iil  and s   ^,   .,  ,- (;  f                                                                         ,        . ,  I  have the elVcc -, nded. rn m-. |-  M. I ���������   I   *l, a   f    ������(,:���������..(..��������� ..^.i.   ;  pointed by the  government,  and   paid ��������� ,..,,.               .     .      ...       ,           ,       ,     , ,������ , !''"   |."    '���������- o-li   ' . ������������������������������������>>'>������������������<��������� ���������-' ������������������ >."-   "id          ppv/cri OTnteC  f                     *���������              ������                                          '           , '   J he pat alv-i- ot   t i-ad" and lllilu-l I v      ll- f,i, n.' ' i;i.iei,:   Ir.ul   H.<   .1-."    M.i   .������,        ntV,..Lv/l UAt  I'lli I*"      vv null!      I>  i hail  ratio   ol    1~>', to 1 vveie   adopted,   would  il-cl-"- J  -uddell rise    III    i������Xf !���������.< IIJ4* ���������   W hl( I). it  I ll>  a   shievvd  mini    of   hii-iue���������,   made    a i and    iudii-liy  lieiielici.il   chaiiiji'   in    bu-iiie���������   circles v  ) here, and  ha-  -n   far   -loud   well   tin  je.-t    of     circumsi.-inces. ,. .     ,,,  , ,( |-(^(> W(ulUl ,���������.  ,.m,nirll   to   kill uiii i"*-  {.:riit iu e- are public exaioioa tion of   the' pot I    for  a ,tinie ,||     le,i-|.   utile���������   tin  ^lcbtoron  oath   a-   to   Id-*  eoiimieici.il , public     wcie     cenv im-ed      ih.-it      il  he about 2J' petl'-e to   the   llipee.     Sie  lis    nm in | ., ,.jM. W(lll|r- | non'Mi   to   ki  --..in  ,  ..'-    ii, I. ������������������( 't nn id  nl  iiii|.i uv i in. HI -  11 it'-,! I l.i- I .'.*. d.i.. i,f-i iif. Intnl.  '��������� '*T    . /Mil  Certificate of- Improvements.  h'til'K.  MINKHAi, HUM  -ill.ii   e    w.   '!.(     I-I--.I..II    I'.-i'-lii,'    '!" l-HHI    iif  '  Wi -'    Kui/t. n.i'.   d'-l���������.'!      \v i.i ii    li...if'il'     /-.    I. i ' ,,, ..  (.i-i i,i-i. v*i..,* i,,u ���������wa ���������mii,���������,!.-' Call and sec us, vVc can fix you.  Trie Hilling Room is tarnished-with tho best the-  . Marks! affords.  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  ' ���������   WINES, LIQUORS AND-CIGARS..  \'..   ,!,.'."'/ \   in" t"l   -.   .-     ! '- -  fi nm  t li. ii.it/  |."ri ' '   ' >. i;.p'. . i '!.'   '.or ins, I'." i,iii  ,1   -'ill-   .1 <.'���������-' ill   ,'f'     'if    f'l ;���������">   ���������   :i    I,'-      I'll     lln-  ii.i:-;i,,-i    'i'    . it.e'i i,.'   ,   <;u. i,    (^i.ii.i   -if   'he  .iliiiv c I I.i I I 1.  SAWMILL,  REveistoko   Station,   B.C.  p  by salary; pihpei  book- nf .iccoiiiil.*, by j  W()l,;(] |���������. |M ,,!(1���������j,,.f|   ,,,lf|    v.-mlil   l���������-   i.-  ;ill    tradi'i'-j are  (lecbn i-d   eoinpiiNoi y ; j coinpanied by ,*n ute   nullv niii.il   -iilfei  ;i dcbUn*   niiiy   not.   K'v*'   pri'feieiKe   t.o | ,llK  i  '���������������������������������������������'              ('��������� -          j wtmiii   p.i--.  iiiron^n   a   (inicii  j  ,'X.*iiiijiiiiigjiiilKeiiiay grant acei tilic.it e | ui,ieti   would   tc|.i(,d   il-,   pi.i^ii-.-    liu  /if di-chai ge loa debtor, in.iy   -.u-spend ' year-..    The pnsiin'in u/nild  be  ili-a-sli--  jt  for any li.i.e  he   think,   fil.   or   ..... V | "m ..like   In   He-   -t.ile.   In   ���������,dM,l������..[.     .-(/1 ,f.,. r.  H ,,f;!,;;V f,fVK-     ,    , ..,..,...���������   '  I    IWITDV       PYPDCQQ  .. r..-. ;. ..it,.���������..ii,   viilmu.. ,���������*iilll,ll"''"'''������',||"l'lll>'    lhe ..-,, i,,inK,.   4\   ti..n ..lii.cin,..!. i/, iii, i,//i !���������n-,- a     L V Ln i .   LAi   i \l.OO  ,'.*f���������,e ./. ..ItnK.'M.e.;   Il.e  cxpe.iM-.s ���������r    v;ihi(| ���������r ,,���������.,���������,���������,. |Ii1V,.i;, ,,.,.��������� ���������������������������,,.���������.    -������������������>.;���������;'>"..., lv,,.,,,.  vlf , r-.;, ., < .Alum, , ,  /.lie bin, krnpley, wliieli .-ire paid for out j  ,       U(���������,,(,   r.,,|   . ,|miI|v    ������������������;,!, ,,U    ,,, ���������     ,L���������1V. '*,.]? \���������, ,', .'   u,   . .,i.'i r w t" "^,inp  -.MH  -      ��������� -       -   ��������� - - ��������� ���������       ! -   , , , (i  K r.t'l    ,1     -t, UK i,l I'l    Ol     11 II I 'I  '       i.i   I'll-    I.LI I .s.i >  iii   .i j.miit   ,it   i,r  ih.ii-   AiMi-i le ,t,|    Aii'iu-  111(1    e\ ell    Inu el-  '"     "Vi.nr.   i ,f    llie     nl,   ml i./���������,.-,   i.,���������.,,i,���������l \u 1 I'.itn. .    Oi'n..    ii'il,       ���������:,..*    i> I 'in   ue,I   '  lie creditor over iinntlioi,   except  and I ,    ' ' ,     "   , v,   ,      ' -- ''*"' '���������'��������� ������"-' '*'     >"a"'"' v" (���������> ' '���������'" '- a TIT nMlllfi   0    FT A Tiff TIT TT[\li\  ,     . won (      be   .llt.llliet ,    .-it,(      I be   iiiillitiv     an. ' "f -"��������� 1. ' ".'!��������� .1 ���������  .,f[ri..,- .   ��������� u��������� u' - H      ,        l        W    r  iV   H  fl    ������ ,    '      P  ,,!>���������      ������������������de,     special    c-������.,.-il il i������ ...<.S   t!������.- j w ,���������,,,   ���������.,_,,,,.������������������������,,   ���������   , , i,,,-.. I  , . , i. mI     _>'���������>"������'-> ������������������-���������.-'" i--i.e.. ���������   .-.;     si,, f LlliJUJ JN U ������ IlAkliil Ul^l  Privata 8i!l No'Iob.       ���������     ���������r~-r-^-- -.-- -  THORPE Be  CO. LTD. KRATED    WATER  -MUFRS      BRITISH     COLUlViniA.  S ML.  y\  AI5IJAIIA.MSON  IJIIOS., Viioi'iiiHTOus.  First-class Table   ���������   G-ood Beds   >   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   ���������������������������   'Bus Meets all Trains.  REYELSTOEE,      B_C.     '  /.f the e-tale, ������������������. M-l.tleJ by tl.e   -,<-|    il- j  ,,,,1,,,   ���������*.���������. louer ,h,���������    ,:..- , i. ,. ,.!   level, ',',;:,:;'',; '\A^y V",,, "r'k'r..,.'.' ie'^'l ''auuw 1  ,-,1-lf, thus piexeiilj,,-/   the   c-tn.e   l,ei.iK,  p.obiilily    !l    ,,.���������(,',      -,,���������l    eM'i,    louer. ,',-���������':;; ��������� . % ^'Z^n. l\   ii'l 't.,  Ivl"^"'. !  -.Willi.well   111! in  <.Mien-es iSllcllil    bill,  ap.lll     I'l (Mil    lll'll'l     (il-,l-,ll- \ i.i Tl mi I   I, i! . . I ii -nm,   |il.ifil ill  I In     l.iiltl, i 1,'i  .swallow i (I  up III 1'N.pi ll-'*-. i,       ,.        i i ,    , i        , I''   Kcd'-M.iV    l,i(U.    iii   IlK    ..nd   ,li-lii,l . v. ill,  Oil-. I e-i.lli-,  u i ui III i.ei -,-.n,i| ,���������   ii i ik h ,ul  dil ii,n,il I axal ion."  AND GRAYING.  !  I   |iiiu, I   in ' riil-|l-li, I. I i|ili|i. ,111(1    >,|  .1:,:...     i   ......._ j..  ������' ���������   " ...  ������*V)Vj-;eoj*V lias t-iiid that. Hevelslnke's  ,fiii.inirdejieiids iifion   the (le.\e!iipiii(aii  : ft: .the1 outride entiotry. , Th il    is   Hue    ,, ,,1M, i, ,,,,,,.,. ^,., ���������,.,,,.,,, ,M j,,,, ,-,,,  i,,,!,,, :     \,.,  'j'n ii seiine. but it is not so   true   as   to 1 than fm* the l/'nii-'d   Si.ite-.  o,   I-'i inc.', I ���������>-iii  ' iii,,-. ,i������������������-i.hi ,,,1,'W,, n,���������i.. in..!*.'.,",:',',';':. [fofidquarlurs  for  stove   wood.  ���������,.     .   , .      . ti 1 ra., ,n 1,1 ni in 1 ,\i,i-i -, .uui i.i 11. 'iuui .uui ,.\. 1      ���������  1 In- 1 eply tii"ii pi'ia eeil-. (,,   1 >< 11111 mil  ] ;.-opi ,ni |.|. furiii,. inn |,i,s< ,,,1 ||,.., ���������i���������|,,lln;  thai ih,. |,r,.pi,-e<i m-iiT 1,1 uiniid ia-'���������',;;;!,f'.';';;l!lM"i1.l;,li'',r;.isMMl ,"1 mi" ������������������ ii,;l'1-.  Ii.ilid.it   V'i'liiiiii   I l.i-j   K'.ili  .In,   ul   fiiiolii-r.  M.M.'TIN' ,'*   l.\V(.l,l,V.  ,- 'il ' lie1    lei- I Ik     \ii]iIii 1111I-,  KcvelsLoUt: St'ilion,   B.C.  H E  AISIt.MIAM.SON   UliOri., Pi*oi-i.ii:toi.b.  Everything new and Firsl=class in all Respects.  Tho House is stocked with tlie Finest Wines ar.d Cigars in the Market  TBOTJT   Ij-A-IKIIB]   OITT",   jB.O THE KOOTENAY MATE,  PAGE 3.  ,     A COMPETENT  CRITIC.    ,  A Great English Newspaper's  Opinion  of Canada's Favorite Son.  Sir Wilfrid Laurie'- is Fortune's very  ininioi*. Ob-erved of all ob.-e,rvei-s in  the Jubilee celebrations, i;heered to the  echo by Frenchmen listening to unpalatable home truths from his lips, he is  also held in ("special honor amonfj; blown people. On Wednesday evening  he was banqueted by the Toronto Board  - of Trade wilh special reference to his  Jubilee nii-sMon : and a most, distinguished and lepresentativc gathering  lestih'ed warmly to the high esteem he  c mciliiiles, not only from his political  ,friend-., hut from hi- political oppon-  entr. If he were an ancient Greek he  would lie diligently casting^away from  lfim things he holds precious iu order  to di*!.rn. the envy of Nemesis. From  his leinarks at tin* (iHiiqnet, indeed, il  '.appear* that, he has been fo'rlimat.e  enough to meet with some lio.-tde  criticism. Hi*' has been accused by  some of treiisiiii, by others of egregious  blundeiiiig. The point of both ciiti-  cisnis is that, while h" obtained the denunciation of th" Gei man and Belgian  tieaties, he missed the opportunity of  insisting upon .preferential treatment,  foi Canadian piodncts in Ihe .  ni.rnsii MOM15 MA UK 1ST.  He meets his critics, however,'wilh a  confident, smile, for he has hut to touch  '" their shields with - his lance .-mil carry  oil', victory." His opponents, like too  many oihel* rriik-*, see u.il.V one side of  the business: theii vision does not  compass the subject, .-ill round. It is  easy enough for Canada, .with her  tariff legislation limited to customs  , duti'es,,to yield ;i piefereuce to Gieat  Urittiin oi any other nation. It is a  'very .different' matter with Great  BiiL-iin, bound  as' she is  to   the piin-  . ciples of flee' Ma'de. To have even  i-ai.sed tne question would. haye^been  lo impel il -success on the "points Sir  .Wilfrid was, able to cany. For free  trade is mi firmly ingrained m lirilisli  intellectual principle and even sentiment that it.-would, have heen men*  foolishness, to  broach .*iny pi oposal in-  ! voicing an infringement, ot the established policy, yo Wilfrid's critics cannot be familia'r wilh'tlie fate ot the  ���������many ]).ei-sist"i,t.aiid insidious attacks  that have been made upon free trade  in England during recent yeais. ,f'L'he  English people were, and ate! cei laitily  in a'mood most favorable, to pi'n.-uia,  but alley would   very   | .ouiptly  have  '   dr.-fwn the line ag.iinst, any diplomatist  who might have hi inoisci eet enough  to'  t.-tinp.'l-   with   their   allegiance   to a  ' cprincipli;Avhii-li liie'y justly a.ssoci.-Ue  with an 'unp.ir.-iilcied conihierciiil and  im.liustri.il develni'-mcnl, and il  - GKKAT SOCIAL AMEblOHATlOX.  Sir Wilfrid's succe.ssL'ul' ilipl.iin.iey  ha.s"paved the w.-i\ foi hii Minister tit"  .Finance. Mr. Fielding has now come  over to operate a eon version ol some  existing loans and to raise a new loan.  Canada tak.-s tiie ,curie.it wliui it  serves. .Sim wain-- to extend her railways and to pioceed with the improvement: nflier i.*.ui.il.s. In particular,--.he  w.i:its io drive ;i iinlw.iy Ihiougii, the  Crow'-s Ne-t, P.'i-s. to open up the rich  mining dii-tricts of Ibitish Columbia,  and. to push forwui'd the 'deepening of  , theSt. Lawrence canal--. She will he  content,with a ttiflc of two millions-  The prospect-*-of British Columbia, and  th.- trade of the gie.it. river', undoubtedly, const itu tea strong justification. The  atlitudi' of Canada to the United  .Slates, a- i epi-e.-'i'iited by Mr. Fielding,  is'^patiently friendly. 'T.ie iiil'ui'.n il  and' tentative "steps taken ^ by Sir  WillViil L-iiiriei-'sgoveriiineiiY lo work  nut inr.iro-.-cd (i ide relations with  Washinglon were checked by the in-  tiodr.ctioii of the Dingley tariff bill.  Still, it is well known thai there exists  .among busbies men of lioth polii ical  parlie-i a ci'iisider.ible leeling in favor  of more -ati-i'.ict.>ry conditions; anil,  whe.i the United Stales is ready,  Canada will not fail, to meet her  neighbor in a, frank and conciliatory  spirit. These views of Mr. Fielding are  likely to produce a good impression', as  indicating that the guidance of Canada  if. in th" hands  of strong,   pa tienl, far-  ,    seeing statesmen.���������Loudon Haily News  ������������������������������������  ��������� n���������"* ...- ���������  The Costello Case.  P. Co.-telio, the Rnssland foreman,  who assaulted Lawyer Cronin i.l'lhe  same pliiie. by kicking him in the head  ;u-   he   was   emerging     ff    "���������   sewer  Meiich, was tried liefore Judge Walk-  cm at. Nelson on Wednesday. The  Tribune says tiie Crown easily proved  its case. In his charge t he .1 ildge con-  sideivd lh.it the chaige of aggrawiicil  ��������� assault had been proven, but the jury  could Iind' him guilty as indicted, or  they could acquit, or Ihey could Iind  tne prisoner guilty of common as-anll.  The peualtv loi-.-igi-.-ivated iis-aidl. war,  three years or less, at the .discretion of  (lie Court.  Tl.i'jmy lelsirued a verdict of common assault, and Costello was sentenced losi.\ unmills inipiisniimciil at  h.ii'd labor.  Continuing, the Tribune says: Justice  Walkeiii sprung a sui'i'l isc upon I hose  in a tl cida ui c u pi hi I he Coin t'J'hur.sdaj  evening by re\ei*-ing bis jiidgcmenl iu  the Coslello ca-e. lie .-aid Ihal iluases  nl co:iilliolia-..iilll il w,lsoplioli.il Willi  lhe Com I In iilipose ,1 line or senlel.ie  lhe .pii-oiier I" a leiol ol impilson-  nieiit. Al lhe liiueof pas-uig selileni'e  upon Co-tello h" had oieili oke.l I ii i -  i.i i I, and in view ol   Coslello's  business  interests in Itos-land he had since seen  lit. to impose a fine instead of imprisonment. He asked W. A. M;icdonahl,  Q.C., Crown prosecutor, whether he  had' anything to say with respect to  the imposition of a fine instead -of imprisonment. Mr. Mncdonald replied  that he had no feeling in the matter  whatever. Justice 'Walkem tin n imposed a fine of $100 upon Costello instead of imprisonment for six months.  A Splendid Ttade Shewing-.  The statement of exports and imports for theqtiarterendiiigSeptemher  30th last shows a large increase in the  volume of trade as compared with the  same lime lastyeat, beingconsideiably,  over $12,000,000 on "the aggregate. The  increase in exports was nearly tw.elve  million dollars. Turning t'i imports,-  they show an 'incica.-e of owr three  hundred thousand dollars, with decrease in t he duly collected nf eighty  thou-iiiud doll.us. Imports for the  month of September last, show,-in increase of about, two hundred thousand  dollars over the same month in b>'li.  The export, figures for both quarters  ai;e as follows :     "  ' lMlii. !."J7.  Pro-bice of tlie lnino.... ������ '1.7X7.122 , $ ���������*.l,ll.7.',!l  Prod uco lift lie tWiiii-ics.. ��������� -l.WiMll i.'.i---'.ifll  Prod uee of I lie foi est.... VI, I37.S!).*;. i:i���������S(i\.*iMI  pro-  ll.S-'li.-.'l'S        1.;,III,.?,m  J,HJJ..5UiI !l.-Ji:t.J27  ���������'4.7SI.7iK iSrUO-'i  .*- J..*5t0 MMi-M  .Total  S.r-.{,ll..--!K.     SI7,oi!,7J!l  Increase for 1S77, $1l,U'l,27,C,. .Imports, for past three months were .$h>2,-  000.171, as coif) pa red w it'll ^���������2,(1-11.'212 in  1S00. The duly collected, for JS07 .w.is  .$5,127,700, a ��������� agiiinst. .$5,210,730.,  '    ��������� , C. P.������R.,Land Sales.'.  '��������� TheToroiito'.M.iil and Empire say*-:  Another evidence of the forward movement of the affairs of Western Canada  is found in I.md'sales by the   Canadian  Pacific Railway dming September.  Our Montreal correspondent wires that  during September, 1G.0G7 acres were  sold through the Winnipeg office, for  $30,31.), as against 2.452 acres foi  SS.993 in' September hist year. The  average pt ice was $3.38 per acre, as  against $3.(50} per acre iu Septeuibei  last year. The Vancouver office sold  000 acres, as against none in September  ! last year. Sales for the ycai to date  are reported to show an increase of,  about J00 per cent. These receipts are  not included ia the weekly tr.iflic earnings. They are applied to the retirement of,laud gtant bond--. 'As these  bonds are retired tlie fixed chaiges of  the company are correspondingly reduced.  Aiiiiii.il-iiiiiil   their  duct . ,    AKi-iuulUiiiil inodnut-i...  M.iiiiil.i(,tir.-c.s   Misoulliiin-'oiis .irliulus*...  Silver In London:  The highest ^notation 'ol silver in the  London mill ket during the year was  31 i pence.,equal to $0,000) per ounce,  fine United States iiiuney;, the lowest  (piotiition was 20 9-10 pence, equal to  $0.04701 per ounce, 'fine. At the  average price of silver for the year the  commercial latm between golil and  silver was 1 to 31.0J. The net imports  fif'gold were $11.OOU.SIl, its;ig.-iinst$7S,-  001,(512 net, exports for 'the previous  (i-cal year. The net exports of silver  were $32,03(i,S85, as against .*i>33l2ii2,23S  foi the fiscal year of 18!Xi.    ,  -,  Duncan River Navigation.  i    At a largely attended meeting, 'presided over by Mayor Green, an organization was effected at Jvaslo to aid the  Government in opening up to navigation Duncan River, . which empties  into the mirth end of Kootenay Lake  and widens out into Houser Lake  further north. By opening this liver  a large pin t of the. trade of that part of  Ihe Lardeau would be thrown intn  Kaslo. *"A strong working coininittee  was, iilai appointed. '  <*r  "Wholesale   Dr.uggists  sale   Dr.uggi  .     ,  (K-slalilislicd ISoS.)        ' '���������-  ,\~      ' *      ^-^aazzzzz^ Victoria   and    Vancouver,    B. C.  ��������� We ciii ry the "largest stock of Chemicals, Drugs, PiiU'iit Medici not*,' .Toilet  Ai tide.-, lite, i'n,Briti-h Columbiii. . _  Parties in, or contemplating opening in, business will find it lo their ai,.-  v.intag.- to place tlieir oi ders wit h' us.  i_vsi;-j���������--. =J"'  "^ir3 wn:% f^'^s  The  present   centre   and future  headquarters for *'   '  WHHiiiG OPERAriONS !H BRITISH COLUMBIA. .  TROUT  P /A F*'  AKt  r\?rr\/'  UI  FY  AU VAN Uuto.  It is the centre of the liar-  deau mining district.  It will have .railways tb  the north and south.  Its climate is superb.  Ti  t has plenty of. building  timber and a sawmili  in operation' providing  lumber at reasonable  prices,on the spot.  Its lake aitords exceptionally good trout  fishing. ;  It has a crown grant, pur-  ��������� chasers of lots thusob-i  taining an   absolutely;  clear, title. \  ^^ ROUT 'LAKE CITY  ��������� is reached by rail from  Revelstoke' to .Arrowhead, 28 miles ; thence  by steamer, io miles, to Thomson's Landing; and a short'  stage of 12 miles; the entire  journey occupying only 6-hours=  through magnificent mountain  and.lake scenery.  Well-known mining promoters and, capitalists already  have their representatives -on  the ground, -and it is ��������� no  boomer's dream to say that before another six months.TkOU'T  Laki- Ci rv will be a bustling-  centre of business.and the principal town in ,this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new centre of attraction for the best mining  enterprise, skill and capital  which British Columbia has  magnetized within her borders.  j the climate and soil of the  j district are ail that could be  ! desired bv therancher.gardener  LIMITED LIABILITY.  ^COMAPLIX, B.C.^ _  all kinds of  -  *  ROUGH AND DRESSED L-UMBER. ,  At the Company's Store "is carried a Full Stock of General  Merchandise :'   Miners' Supplies and Outfits at close rates.'  P.O. AW.0W11EA.D.  Tki.kghapii to Comaplix.  The Comoany's S.S. " LARDEAU " connects wilh'.-ill .O.P.R. trains and Meaniei.s nnd makes daily  trips between'Arro'vheiid and Coma*)lix and Thi.in-.oirs Landing. Ciiniinniiie.itKin i*, thus ...tablihlu-d with  all iKiints in the Lii.rde.-ni, Trout Lake and Fi-,h Creek distuets. ^    -  The Company's tug "ARCHER" is ready lo enter into low-inland freighthitf entiti-acts.  The Townsite'of COMAPLIX is lieing surveyed and will .shortly be placed on the market.  XVinmplix  is llif otitflttiiiir iMiniC ������ii<1 headquarters for Ihe Lardeim and Kish Uivek di-.tnels now be.iiK opened up. ���������   It ,  ������(������������������������   pi.'"������" 1M-Audr.il Mini. I ion, high and d,y, on (he N.K. arn. of Upper Ar.ow Lake, ...Kht iiuh-s, from   Arrowhead.    Deep water for ve^els all the year round.    Good hotel accommodation.   ���������     ��������� , ,     ,  R. .TAPPING, Agent for,Revelstoke;       j  or    I nut.  grower  lor    whose  j products a profitable and rapid-  j ly increasing market exists;  j whilst to the sportsmen the  . neighborhood affords game in  \ plenty.  j The accommodation includes  'good hotels, stores, post office,  : recording office, butcher shop  'and many private residences.  ; Building' operations are in  ���������full progress, and the establishment of the sawmill will tend  i.still more to enhancecthe, im-  , mediate growth of this rising  ! town.  PEIOBS   OJP   LOTS.'  Inside. $100: payable $.33-33 down, $33.33 in 3 months, ^:,3.:,3  in 6 months.  Corners. $150: payable $50 down. $50 in 3 months,   $50   in   6  moiiihs.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  T. L. 11A1C. R!:\i:i.-t<ikk. General Ageni.  II ITCH M'THL RSOX. Tkoi t Laki: Citv, Resident Agent.  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  Best of everything going.  RUSSELL   &   HEROD,   Prop's.  in   PICARD, ,c  '    ���������  Contractor   and Builder.  Plans and  Specifications prepared  oh  short notice.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  17  A  XA.   SPBOIALTT.  Ikdotena^. flDail. '= = =. IRcvelstohe,, Bid;  j Wh8lpl9 and Retail [  L- BUTCHER"/, f  The Kootenay Smelting  & Tradm^ Go. Ltd.  1    DEALBR IX  Milk ,0ows;, Saddle, Pack,  "��������� Driving and Draught}  ,, Horses. *  ���������      ;  Revelstoke Station, 'B.C.  - AND-  Tin-  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUJE  *      FROM REVELSTOKE  To all Points East'and  West.  THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver, Winnipeg, St. I'.inl,   Chic-  . '   ,-iko, Montreal, Toronto. New York..  First-class dining and sleeping-  cars on all trains.  Tlii-ouuli Touvisl c.irstoSI,. Paul daily, ami t,"  Tiiroiitn ovory Moii.liij-, iiml Mui'itruul ami  II0.1L011 every 'l'lmi.-.il.i.v.  I'm-cliaso tiukot-i lo yuiirilcstiii.ilion   iiml  lmvu  : yiini' li.i^KiiKO clic-okc'cl tln'oiiffli.  l-'or full infill niiit ion as toriitos. time, oti:.. up-  illV to iieni-1'i.l t'.IMI. AkciiI. H>  'I'. \V. Ul{.\PSHAW, AKi'lil. lievulstoko,  01- in  ic. .1. nivt.i-:,  riish-ii-l, l-iiSM.'1'Koi- A*j;i'iil. Viui'mmivoi*.  f!!i3~Canadi8n'; - Paeifie  Steamship Co.'s  .- STSAMIi'RS- ^  NAKUSP   iind   KOOTENAY   N  l.uiivi! ArniH'iii'iul ev.'i'y  day. excepl Siiml.iy  'for    all    pi.inl-1     in    IConliimy.      in.iKiii*,'  (ioiiiii'clion    nl     Niilmsp    for    all    poiuls  -    .111 Niilnisp mul S|o(;,iii liy. iuui Slorim Ln-Ui'.  f'lo.-iiii'iiiiiiiii'lioii ill llolisdii  fm* N'llsi-.n,  ICuslo.  I'.illniil*, I'ilnl I'ny.  C'iose. oiiiiiiwll'iii al 'i'r.iil for I.'o-.-l.i'i'l.  N01H1-  ]!(lil Illl'll llll i'oilll. hOlltll.  Koi' fill! iiifoi-ni.-iliiiii, li.-kul-s, iiinlis, i'l<;.. eiill  on ui* ii'liln *���������-.  '    T. W. BRADHH/W,  Affi'iil, iti'Mil'slnl-e.  Or to  II. MACfillK-iO-t. K. .I.COYI.K..  Tniv. I'n-is, Aki-iiI. Pill. I'in-'. AKCiit. _  Nt'lsiiii. B.C. \';illi;illl\'ur.  Il.C  1 , ' f  A p umber of lots centrally located  -1   ,   ,    -       ���������   . ** .     <  in their-Townsite  The central point of  LOUTH  KOOTENAY  E_^S~^"   TIEIRIMIS.  T. L HAIG,  Resident A^ent,'  RlLVPXSTOKn.'H.C.  ,T. J. LENDRUM,  Trustee,  AINSWORTH. B.C.  Owino- to the erosion of the river bank the company find it  necessary to dispose of their smelting buildings, furnaces,  90 h.p..engine and boiler, and 30 h.p. boiler. The whole  will be sold in part or en bloc.     Inquire oi" above.  FEBE  Columbia & Western Ry.  TinicTiilili* No. (!.  To In l:is clli-d .Inly.'I.  1--~������7.  P.iily lli'l-.M'i'ii Ti-.iil ini'l liii*--sl.iii<l.  \i'i 1; i,!i-.sui|,'< i* lui\(-i !:o--,:.-iinl   -   -   "i-''11 a-"1-  ('iiiini'elh v.iill Mi 111 rn.riil  I mil.  Vo. li l-iissi 111,-. I*  liu vei  Tii'-l    -   -   ���������    .**:l.'> ".ni.  ("onii.'i'H willi Ki'il AI01111I11111 fi.rS.|iol<nno.  N'o -Jp.i-i-iii,,'.;!' li.i-i'-i l.'o-si.iiiil   -   -     II   a in.  ('01111 wis v.-illi r.l'.l,*. st.'iuiii'i- for mull'.  \-o  I i..issiii|,-i'i'li'iiMsTi'.iil     -    -     - I���������.':".'M'-'ii'  Ci.iiiik is wiiii c.r.i:. sii-.'ii:ic is ii-imi iiniiii.  \o   ||i|i������s.|i*!|.|*l..in������'"ii*l''liil    *    -    ������������������,-" I1*1"*  '  c'oiiiii'i-is Willi Ki-il Jliiiiiit.uii lor SpoU.in".  No. .-.I'lH-n-K'-i Iiini'" T,.i:i     -   -   -   M7, p.m.  Ciiiiiii'i Is willi ��������� IcniHT I Jlli 11 "1   I mil.  ('.���������Ni'ii'-.'MU.".: !���������'. p. ci;ri':i.n;s  Ti.-nl. I!. ('��������� (limiiil M I* ���������  ABSOLUTELY FREE,! !  GIVEN AWA/ MONTHLY .  Ak ;i I'.reiniimi to users til" inn*  Hi'liirti lln* 1 impeiis .'il the enil of e.'ic!  moiilli .-mil .st.-inil ii <-li.-iri.-i- nC wini; 11  Lhi-s liciiiilifnl inncliine.  Each   25c.  Bar   entitles  you to one coupon.  Any of our various brands court  in this comi ctition.  No better SOAP on Uie marl.ct.  FINDLEY & CO.,   STANDARD   SOAP  iv, II i:iinj> al, VANCOUVER, LJ.C.  sag������agwgBBaBB^  SEPSSSSI J   JH' j.    -ir.  THE KOOTENAY 3IAIU  + Kootenay Lodge  ������jf%r      No. 15 A.F. <Si A.M.  'vsVi^   ^ M *   *   Tliu regular mec-tiiif;  j2^L,vr-."V������7?'       jirehelil in the Mus-  ^y^A-A^AAC^     .������\       oiiii-Ti'iii]ile.H<niriiu'-  f^=^Smi^y^^-S\i.iiii\-.i.s    in    c.-icli  ,c?^^',>-������"'~s������k\jgi iiii'iitii jit t> i>. in.  '^^IZjSzZ^TTJjCzPi^^-    Vii-itlii!.'   lircl Iircn  "*='-=���������*������==��������� conliiLllj- xxuIcoiik d.  H. K. SMYTHK. di.cisi.TAi.v.  JtEVEDSTOXE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  ,^v^*_--yv- I{i"jf*il.ir iiuei iii!^.are lu-ld  cA"  lt.   in 0.1-lfullows' Kail even-  *Vl-^S^-&\*aN-������*i Tlmrvliij ,niKIit  nl   cik'lit  ���������^iZpZTS^&Zf, lA-lock.   Vi-sitiiiK brothers  i-A'k-.j-i--- -;���������; ^s^   unliiillj- u'tilcoincrl.  .7. A. STOXK. x.o.  <,'!  T.J. GHAJIAM. -Sic.  PHILIP F. WATIHAS    '  Jiook-keeper,  Accountant  and  Commission Agent.  1 O il  UKVKLSTOKK,  IJ. ('.  EVerytliiiisI iij ���������  Photography _>r  Any C.-ViMiii-iA you want'  can  be procured through us.  All   Photographic   Ciik.m-  , icals are in   our   stock,  and -\ve make   all   kinds  " 'of toningand developing  solutions.  All the Uti-:n,sils ami Ac-,  ckssokhcs   ,for    taking  'pictures   are   kept    on  '  hand or can   be ordered  through us.'  All tiii;:" Pricks , on ," thes'e  goods are right.    'Then  \ we are "handy" for you.  ���������All Our    Knowli*:ix;i*:    ,of  photography is at your  .disposal for  the asking.  ��������� ESTABLISHED 1S62 ���������     ,  WEILER BROS.,  VICTORIA, B.C.  1 f  Complete House Fiirnislilngs  ZEE JIG .fc3>-(  /v  j-cA-kZ:.  .m  cgcxils  For  Miners,   Contractors,   Carpenters   and  Agriculturists. ���������  ���������  Largest   stock   west   of .Toronto.  Write  to   lis   for  Prices   and   Illustrations  T. L.  IIA10, Notahy Puiii.u;.       ' ' ' W.  F.  CJIAOK.  HAIG & GRAGE,  REVELSTOKE, B.C. ������  Mining"and   Real   Estate   Brokers  and   general   Commission  Agents..,     Eire,   Life  and   Accident   Insurance.  o  Ki'|ii*(**)ijiit,iti\-'!.s of tlie Kiiiitcii.-iy yniclliii^ .-mil Tr.-irlinif .Sviirlii-iilf*.  '    '   ,        f      i '      ' "  A#.;nt,s fm- Hc'vcl.ttoki-. nii'l Trout Lukes Citv loxvnsitess.  Picks, shovels, spades,   forks,   hoes,   axes, 'wedges,   crowbars;   hammers  and  tools   of every  ' description. "','.. ' , '  Dr.il siccl; round, flat, band and Norway iron'; saws, lilts, rasps, etc.. '    ,  Dynamite caps, fuse. ' -     '  Doors,' windows', .building paper, paints and varnishes.  Double oven French ranges for hotels, copking and heating stoves, granite"and tinware.  BOURNE   BROS.,      '"  '."'���������    '."','    ��������� , Hardware Merchants,'.    -  '   ' , Revelstoke Station, B. C  R. HO  Eurniture Dealers & Undertakers.  Upholstering and Picture Framing a'Specialty.  Agents for R;i\niuii(] .Sewing lludiine, Mi-iuifaeUi'-ers Life Tn.su���������������������������nice Society,  Union ' Fire Insui-.-inco Co., Provincial Building iukJ Lo;in,Asss< mint ion,  Oun.ws .-uiii Pi.v.v'os.' ���������  * ' , < ���������   ' *  McLennan,'McFeefy- & -Co. Ltd  WHOLESALE   Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.  THE '  .fTDOWELL-ATKINS-WATSON CO.  (Limited)  ���������7���������.ITbc   2Drii(jflists���������  ���������McCarfy's '! Block,   Revelstoke    Stationl  Gnu.'t' JMai,i.i:ky.   Mki'.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Miss Lvrl.-i EdxviuiN is.now   entirely  /jonviilescBiit.  ,       iThe. Masonic, ,soi*\it*o,  .-U.   St.   Poteis  was well attcndeil.       -     s  Mis. .(efl's aiid Miss Coiien ' left 'for  ���������Toronto Monday.        ���������   ���������  'The Union Hotel husa new veiandiili  which improves its looks.  "        ;J5i*ui*e.']-Ioi*n'is iiboiit. ,iii,'iiin, after   a  hiird attack" of fevor.  * " C. E  Shaw   lefi   "Wednesday   night,  ,on fi Hying trip to Trout Lake:  J. A. M.-igee, of the Kooienay  Luniher Co., whs in town Thursday.  Sir Henry July is reported to .he in  f;i\oi*'of the metric system in   Canada.  An lay Moi ris<iii/ M. P. for "Westminster, was a \i.siior to Revelstuke  this week. ,  The Mail thanks J. J). Uoyd for  .some splendid specimens of   I'ig   P.end  ixitatoe.s.  ��������� '.       * '  ,   W. M. Hroxvn and Chas. A. Seinlin,  jeader of   the opposition,   went   .-.outh  together on Monday.  A carload of   cattle  <ind   lioijs   and  another of sheep .-iriixed this week  foi '������������������  F. McCartyl,  See. K. S. AVilson's new ad. this  week. ] Te is the popular tailor and  outfitter. * See hi.s goods.  Geo. T. M.-illery, iiuinagpr of Mc-  Dowell, Atkins; \Vatson'.-, store, has  .moved into Huino'-s lious.e.  ltieliard Ramsey is able, though not  .entirely recovered, to he about again,  and keeps improv ing daily.  Hex-. Field Ynlland has been appointed lector yf'St. Marnalia-. chinch  "Wcitmin-Sfii* \ice llev. J. Ka.ston who  resigns.  The st.-indinu' water at bot;h sides of  ,the road leading to tlie sration is not  Aery healthful. This road is sup posed  ,to h.'ixe been improved.  'J'he'trip to the eoast, -rlid little  Blanche McOarty cuiisidi'i-able goe.d  and she is inuch belter for Dr. riall1'-  j(\'ictoria) treatiilent.  \V. I'ratt .\v. bn.s been appointeil  assistiiiit superintendent of tin' I'.P.H.  .sleejiing iiml diiiing car si-rx it <��������� fmiii  Foi t William to tie' a list.  L-'intrlev    it    Hendeisop,    wholesale  ..        .  .druggists Victoria, have an ad. in   I his  jsMte.     Do you want, a sinek of  drugs  .or other sii| plies   in   (licit-   line;   ihey  can fill your older.  ' -  Card'of Thanks.  M1JIK TIlL'STKKS nf the llovi-l.lokc cincli-i*}  1     clcsiro t������ Icniler tln-lr linirl y tliankn In .ill  IADIAN GENERAL "ELECTRIC CO. .  (LIMITKD.)        o    ,    ,  Capital, $1,500,000. '      * ,   Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Hoists, Pumps,  Blowers, Fans, Blasting Apparatus, Dynamos for Lighting'and  Power, Motors for all Purposes. , '      i   <  ''  E'lecirical. transmission 'of power successfully operated^ip to 50  miles hy our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION'SYSTEM.    ���������  :       Hardware   ,-  122 CORDOVA STREET,  Stoves  Enamel' Ware.  -' -   VANCOUVER, B.C.  J.  K. \\\ M.\CI''Altl.ANK, Ocnuriil JI.iiiiif.Ti'.  JOHN O. NOI.HOJI.  K.AI., .Siipl. JliiiilijJ- IH-pl.  .1. W." CA Jl I'll. IN, S.'i-i-ol.iry-Trt'U'uircr  NELSON  lli-iincli Olllccs in Jli-ilisli Ciilniiiliia.  VANCOUVER  loiesale Boots rand Sho.es,.-,  13 & 15 Cordova St., Y>.N00UYBR, E.G.  Carries the best line of   miner's ,and prospector's  Boots  in'the  Province.     Write for samples.    , ���������-.*���������������������������.' -' -'  the B. C. IRONWORKS COMPANY ltd.  - : fir'niP,^.    Ifo^I'iM^PQ    lilflOtin.OOpq    UnUr'n^'jIrCiJCJ . nnd���������; '  UuiiO:iJ.a    ib Viiiihiilaj   jdll&UwmO!,'Mvilbluidhuifo   -utili   rospeeiors- aiid Travellers   Call and See  GEO. T. NEWMAN'S'  Well   assorted  stock   of   Miners  Supplies,   Provisions, Furnishings &c.  Full Line1 of Boots and Shoes ^always on  ha,nd.  Manufacturers cf���������  .Marine, .Sawmill,  Cannery and Hydraulic Machinerv, River  and Harbor Dredges,  ,Ditchino-' Machinerv,  Water Wheels.      , '  Keep in stock a full  ���������supply of 'F.noincers'  and,, Mill Supplies,  Pipe and Fittings. 0  Brass,Goods, Steam  l;itiina"s, Ftc.,'  i'-Ta'.i-.ifacjUi'OP.-j of--  ^ffi^^Sa^j^������^fe/i   ry.     Mining,.     Milling  ������i^>-^^=2^^jr^JiMa^s^*vz-^������=3^''^������'m'i*<^"?Z a    , r   ���������    ��������� iim  *%������>&*-- ''-^^^^i^^^-^-^^j^M/j \    Hoisting and   Pumping  ^p^^^r^f^-^E^^^-rilv-yss^-z-^ 6/f -       A11 classes of machine  ?9^P������S������!$ Machinery,..Stamp Mat-  "      ifi^'/^Mi y tenes;    Ure '  Grusners,   ,  (^fet^S Q''c Conccntraiors, Ore  , Irecders, Air "Compres- ���������  ^1 sors. '���������     . '    -t  P^pll '   Reeves' Wood* Split  'fatmmm  ,>uIIcvs. '- ,  Correspondence* soli-  ''��������� cited. Fstimates furnish  p.o.*d,,ww,-a- -^-_^jsfC(DTTXrJIi'������l,iB.O. -SfSS'sr-,  ARROWHEAD, B. .0.  PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE   F'OR       " ,   ,      "  LARDEAU. AND TROUT LAKE.  DAILY STAG-B LHSTBi.Thomson's Landing to Trout  Lake City and Ferguson.- ,  Stujjii li-iiyi-*. Thum-..!!!'-* ������*\-'t v intiTnuvj.. at 7 '��������� cluck. r'<n* T1011L   Liiki-   City   nnd  ]J\'i-i������U������i������n; i-.'turiiiii_-;. I'*.ix<**i ili<"���������'������������������ jil.icr-*- <*il 'I p.m.   ,  FREIGHTING AND TEAMING.  Guurl fi-ri'_;ht \x iiri'liuu-ics ,ii-,d (ji;ick dwp.iti-li.     Vnv .ill iufni-tiiiitii.ri JiliVitit,  ti.-ins-  p<n*t;itiiiii 'if li^iulin^ iu  f.ii.i'|. nu.iiiid Ti'*.)iit l.--ik<* xvriti'  .l   , , CRAIG & HILLMAN;  Thomson's f..'indintf, f^.C.  Merctiant Tailor, Clothier and Genera] Outfitter,  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.  Fall   and   winter   suitings,   < )vyrcoating^.        Good   .-.t'oi k   and  stylish make. Onk r mad-'s and  rc-uK .mades.  SEE   THIS   GOODS.  \'M   I AWP  S  r h P tf^ 7"���������  -���������lesES  ]  fXass  J3  -   Stoves   '- ' Tinware    - * Tinsmithing,  *'���������    Paints   '-' Oils   -   Glass. ../������������������'  Special attention given mail orders.  ,  TTtrc^KZ-rs.t^x  hsjttj,  QiP"D  G-BUEEAL     l������*EEO X-EC ^^-InTT  i"������  1  w  lx\  _/^  REVELSTOK  lW^ B"^ ?  H/'O  "^ix  rirxo  All kinds of ir.on and sheet metel work.  W������2.������k Bhlld  s*  Pipe-fitting" and roofing.  ROBT. GORDON, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  AGENT- FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.  1     clcmro to leiiili'r tiii-lr liriirly tliaiiKn In  .ill      -_-��������� ��������� -������������������     -���������������v -j f~y    v-*>J t !  iimv win. -.-<)  kiiidlv insiHi'ii io iiinki.   Un:     E ���������>������. -,^. <^vi/-nti /^k   t    J J p. ^^^  ! y r\ 4"   fl      e~\  v~* r>   r} r~\   \  ^^������;iF������^r������������ii Imperial rjanK ol OdJ]aaa;THE coWAN-HOLTEN-DO"W  , "';>  X.   '    -I'l  y'b1'^.  ;y$  ,'*-vT '--''  Boai'd.of Ilcaltli Notice.  /IIAICK N'O'J'R'I-: Ilml <J,'i:<'i-K<J i-vinllli Iiii.h Iht.cii  'I U|i|ioliil(!il loH-ii >icii.vu'M'jciir. lliiuholiiililurH  .xvill miv'urn lliuin-'i.'lvtirt'. iiciiiinliiiK !'<��������� niitimiM  (ilrdiiliiMjd. mul proxiile thisiiMiilx-CH xvll.li iiui;ck-  Kiiry ili-v oiii-IIi liojsrri. C1i-(1'.|-m for llie- hi:ii.X'iiii-;i:i*  mav lio'luft nl, lln.' |iiilii-i! "Ill'-'-, h'l'i.iil hUvii:!-.  .1. II. (,'I!.\IIA.M, Hciillli Olllci.::*.  i'.i'vol.stiikl.', Ocl������������lx,-i*:������������l.li. i-W.   '���������  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000  Rest       -      -       81,200,000.  HEAD OFFICE,  H. S. HOWLAND,  Prosidont T.  R.  MERRITT,   ViCfvProiiclynt  D.  R.  WIKIZ,  0';.i������r,il  Man.iKer.  A.g(.;ncr;il brmkii'ig Imsin-j;.;;; tKins.act.:f.!. ' ���������������������������'Lcti.'f.'.i'.-.-of crcf.lii issued,  ��������� *.'*', av;u'l;.iblc in nil .fiart-s of the world.,':'-���������f.'/old���������'dust and aina*iga'i'n  purchased.    -Savings    Department,     Interest    ;illowed    at  current rale; '���������'.' ,  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch.  TORONTO.^ '        ^���������.Wholesale Dealers in���������^a,  Ai F^, WIMFQ QPIPITQ AMD OIHARQ  te^^^^f^l^^i^^^^^^


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