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 frovinci  d Ubrarf  ]ua������ 99  Vol. 8.-NO. 23.  KEVELSTOKE. 13. (^.SEPTEMBER, 13, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  y  &  cloeii not necessarily mean that Taylor ���������&  Gkukge are short in anv of their excellent lines  of foot wear,, clothing, cr house furnibhings.  If vou   feel   blue  come and buv one of our  white shirts,'it will cheer us all up.  . We 'will delight the ladies early   next month  with a beautiful  display of. Dress Goods, Ribbons,   Handkerchiefs,   Laces,,,, etc.',  for  Fall, directly  imported from the best-wholesale houses  in Scotland,       " .    ���������   .-  , Come and inspect our lines of Boots and  Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear. ���������  J~h Funeral at Vancouver���������Floral  ��������� Tributes From Ml Parts.'  \ Always - Seady   foi; Business with Fair Prices  and Gopd Stock."  THE GREATEST GLORY OF-THIS GOLDEN AGE!  European Menagerie  "Triple Circus Hippodrome!  Oceanic Aquarium and   ,  Congress of Living Phenomena!  l^TEskibit at REVELSTOKE,  Lnesday, Be1  The News-Advertiser gives tlie  following account of the funeral of  the late Assistant-General Supt.  Duchesnay;���������  Ail tho leading men in every' department of railroad work in the  province, and many of Vancouver's,  most prominent citizens gathered  tit the Church of Our Lady of ,the  Holv lvosarv on Friday afternoon  to pay their tribute of esteem to the  .memory of thc lato/E. J'. Duehes-  nay, assistant-general superintendent of thc C. P. R, Pacific division.  The tragic death of' the deceased  had created a "widespread feeling of  sympathy with his family,., while  the high esteem in which he was  .regarded hy all who had, ever come  in contact with him, hacLcaused  the mourning over his early death  to be both sincere'and general. '  The funeral wus held on Friday  afternoon, the cortege reaching the  church shortly .after 2 p1. m. The  i sacred edifice had been appropriately draped in black for tho occasion, and nearly every unreserved  * seat was occupied when the funeral  procession arrived. ' At tho church  door Father Thayer; 0. M. I'., and  the acolytes received the remains,  where the prayers for the soul of  the departed were -read, The procession then proceeded to thc altar,  Messrs. H. Abbott, R. Marpolo, Ii.  J. Cambie, W.-.F., Salsbury, <J. D.  Tpwnley and G. McL. Brown acting as pall-bearers.   ��������� > ��������� .  On either side walked Messrs. J.  Wilson, II. E. Beaslev," Ar McDonald, F. E. Hobbs, T.' Kilpatrick  and'' F. Baker, honorary pallbearers, carrying wreaths. . The  chief mourners in the immediate  rear of the coffin were Mr. Albert  j Duchesnay,' eldest sun of'the dc-  ' ceased, and his two.little brothers,  brother priests when his aid or  advice was solicited. They, tlie  priests of God's church, would,  with many others, ever * hold his  name and memory'dear.  The '"'Dies Irae" was chanted by  the choir at the close of the service,  and the strains of tho-Dead March  resounded through the building as  the remains were reverently moved'  to the hearse.  The funeral cortege, on leaving  the church, proceeded lo the cemetery where Father Thayer committed them lo, 'their last earthly  resting place. The closing worde  at tlie grave side, spoken by the  Rev. Father'Thayer, found an echo  in many a sorrowing heart among  those standing round thc open  grave in the one heart-felt sentence';  "Many may have kutswn him better,  but none ,lovcd him more."  Among thc  TLOJiA!. .'I'ltlBUTK--  which surrouiKjcd the grave were  wreaths, crosses,'etc.. from the fol-  low.ng:���������Mr. Griffith,' Mr. Jones, i  Golden; Dr. Procter, Kamloops; i  Messrs. Springer, S, and IT.,' Mountain Sec'ionj Mrs. Young, Glacier;  orders of- different Railroad .Men,  Q. P, R, Trackmen and Bridgemen;  Mechanical -Department, C. P. R.;  Mr. and Mrs, .Hobbs, William  Dowuie; Miss* Molliso'n, Glacier;  Employees at North Bend C. 1\ R.  Hotel, ^--������������������   , -    *  Erection of Bui/ding  die life, in his death the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company loses,,a  faithful employee; his family an  affectionate member; his associate?'  it trusty friend and the province a  good citizen,  J^u-L'i'-t EI.'Dli'int. tli-it wulk" thcl'Vl.i. now with  tl,,. Gri'.-H P.m-AmPiir-M) Shows. T.ili.-r.'Longer.  Wi'islis Jh'iv, Costs Mom than any ('K-pliunt ever  f.-ipttiri'd.'  THE 'B0VALAPU3! Sfcrij������f,.M������.-in--\vo,,.i..  Most M:irvi']i)iHi\tniisterr-f  the Mighty'Skis.   The  EDNA GDOKt, [^  pi mince hei ' <l"'d.  .l.'i-!   Tl  Girl Woik!  i I'd   na  a   13.il I'Unvk  nnlv L:t(h-  Sum-'i'SMiiU 'Rid^i iit'iln-  Itoisc    A ChiilK'Mjjc cf   $1(1,000   it-  ANNA GOOKE, ":;,;* I"y!" ' ' ** "'":~"'"' "���������"""*"*"  'd.'  FuV Kl'.ici- ii ml --kill sh>- ha-* " e(|"'tl.  QAPT. SANTIAGO, HIGH DIVER  (jiiiiiL ever iliv,'il from  >     I  Tii- world's liijrlu-st divert n<-t nally flinj,"-  titiiM'lt'   liiickwnrd   fiom    tin;     lik'hi'St.  St. Denis :md Frank accompanied  >y their uncle; Mr.oE. Whitnall, of  Revelstoke.  Nearly 30 honortiry pall-bearers  also followed the remains and included Grant Hall, master mechanic, and W. Muckleston,  engineer, of Revelstoke.  At the altar rails thc remains  were again received' by the clergy  and thc solemn service for the dead  read, the holy water being sprinkled  over the casket and tho symbolic  incense wreathed it in its fragrant  cloud.  TUB R'MXa OIUTION  was delivered by Father Thayer, O,  M. I., of Revelstoke. a personal  friend of 'the deceased .engineer.  The Rev, Father dwelt,, briefly on  the uncertainties of life which"contains but olie! certainty, the end.  death; which cqlnes to all. To  multitudes the end had come 'unexpectedly; and so it had,been with  j him.  whom   they'  were   there   to  j mourn, While all heads were,  bowed with sorrow, the speaker  hade1 them recall the noble unselfishness of the life called from  their midst; the devotion to duty  which   had   led  to  his   nipid  ad-  vancement. ' -Father   Thayer    n> ,tt.ho Wlis {l mu, {l.iuml  minded .those   present   how    the  , IN M1SM0KIAM.  One of the best and ' truest of a  race 'which   has   played   such    a  prominent part in the exploitations  of this country and in, the course of  events in Canada, was laid tit  rest  yesterday in the burial of the late  Mr. E. J. Duchesnay.  An acquaintance with him of. some   thirteen  years only made the writer respect  him more the longer he knew him,  as,"a good*and typical  representative of the best traits'of the- loyal  French:Canadian race. His earnestness and honesty of purpose impressed   everyone   who   came    in  contact with him,  while   his   devotion to thc interests of the great  corporation   with   which   he   was  connected, was displayed on many  occasions.  His superiors recognized  this, his sound judgment and great  practical knowledge, and entrusted  to him tasks which  demanded  the  utilisation of these things,"and the  exercise of those powers of endurance, the possession  of which his  spare but compact frame gave assurance of.  Cut off in the early part of mid*  $8900 Grant   Practically   With-  .. drawn for the Present ,  - The school ti ustees iire.in receipt, ol  the. following letter fruin the uiinisU-i  ���������if ('(luc.-ition:--   .  '���������In tlie course of my interview vviih  your hoard on tho 'occasion of my  recent visit to Rfivelstolcc- you pointed  out the impossibility of completing the  proponed ne-v school building in Revelstoke this autumn. Ynu pointed out  ihat the mortar nnd plaster would  not dry out' unless stoves weir placed  in the unliiii.iliprl rooms for the pur-  nose. 1 !������-%. therefore, tu'iidviMj you  that, tin; department has 'decided to  tlefer tlie-etectiou of u school building  in lvovelsliiku until next year,  '���������It will hu necessary, however, to  put. the buildings at present in use in  such ;i condition of'repair that they  will nfiord suitable accoiiimoJatioii  foi  the. children during the coining winter.  1 refer particularly to the two-roomed  building which tit the time of my visit  had siifli-r'id consider-duly in lliu' moving. Please, furnish the department  ���������villi an estimate.of the cost of repair  ing this building, The total cost  should not in m'v estimation exceed  ������200," \  POLITICAL GAME  The Government Gathers Strength,'  M  R"  ! continued   absence    from  MKtVACJKJ 0I-' CON'DOLI-dVtJ]-:,'  E.'-J.    JM'ilKSXAV,   UAlUi,  MakPoJ.iC; ISs-'j:: Yaiicovcri  At a uiiioll meeting of Ji. L. E..  ]J. L. F.,U R.C.. 13. R.T., O. R'.T!  and 13. R. T. of A. held hero today  a resolution was passed conveying  a vote of sympathy and condolence  to you in your great bereavement  in the loss of a good husband and  inst father. The C. 1\ R., the  public at large, and ourselves, have  sustained a groat loss'in the s udden  death of such an ellicient  to  always oil hand to trrasn ;  (llicitii,  a !  and  ���������        | .mui^,: un uuiivi iu ^i-���������>.-./ any cm-  jei crgoncy as exemplified tit the time  MOKE  THAN   AM  "^FTuT^N-VAIEU  AND NOAH-SiVBD MULTI-! necessitated by his duties had been ;   f"j .; ;, ^lh;  V '   iVaSoOliolUALWOSDERa. '    , j a continua  crc^s to  lhe  decease      ^       ]}   j, SlMoN,  j..LiK.  j. AAtuc-3 wu|-u������'"-         ��������� j alKi jn-- ciiiL-i ])leasurc in Ins recent        c     '   ^ \j,.])os: u ��������� q |^ (  HERD OF TRAiMEQ ELEPHANTS, S:r&r  (Jata.i.n.t.it.--, Il-l^es, Stallions, Monkeys ..j.d Vt>nM   it Jaguars, Titrer-, Lions r>"o|>ard-, j promotion had arisen from the fact  Wild   Cats, .Grizzlies, | that'his new  duties  would en.ible  i him to spend more time with  his  _���������   ,,,..- ,��������������� i dear onesin the family circle.   His  ]0o ,.-v.w.TKI) (URtJUS CHAMPIONS 1X1^ SlPRbMb AClb.    ���������      ; kim]ne��������� l0  lhosii   , hikv   hiu]j   |iis  gSSTooldwIu ���������Sg:mile^ng ^reet parade every day ; ������^3^^ t  AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M; ��������� HIGH DIVE, 10:30 A- M, AND G:oQ P. M. . affcctioua-te nat,,rc rs ,howll tu ,jig  All Tents are Waterloo!'.  DOORS OPEN AT 1 4 7 P. 11.  Excursions on all Railroads.  AT 2 & 8 p. ������.  ���������UNION' CIQAR=  ���������Our Special", ���������& .."-The.- Union,"  H, A. BROWN PROP.  .Qscar-Strauss,.;  ���������"���������'':��������� '--MIMING-- OOMTRApltJBi.v'"- ."  '",.."���������;. 2--:2   ''-���������'���������aB.C.  ���������All.'kinds  of  kinds-  tinning' con  tracts taken and work cxe- d   '  ycutcd ' in   a    workmanlike  y  manner.'  IVices   on   ���������Applioatioji,  friends had endeared him to all  land caused a feelirj.' of universal  | sorrow at his early and sudden  j death. Many of tho������c employed in  ' th!e company the deceased had so  .'���������! faithfully served, mil); ill all depart-  yments, trackmui,'firemen, and  ;i oihers, hud .expressed., to tlie  !'speaker (heir individual feelings of  f sorrow.at his loss, and.their esteem  [for his nobleness of character. d<  j'.. The early life.and training,of the.  'deceased was, referred to, and', a  j.touching' reference made to his  | religious instinct and the kindly  \' assistanee he had a 1 wnys accordcd  119' the  i;;cai;cf   hift^cJI- ajjd'. })]?,  T  A.W.KicitAiiDsux.H.n.T.  J, A. M.wwi-'.u.. O.K.T.  A, Doroi.AS. B.R.T. oi-'A.  Kaiuloops. B.C., ffqit. -J, 1'JOJ.  Revelstoke. Sept. 10th, l'JUJ.  lie ]}, K. T.'of A.; Division Xn. I.  Wish hereby to lender their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved wife  nnd family oi our late Assist. Gen.  Supt. Ducheniay, who was calico  away so suddenly by the,falling of  a large rock from Cariboo Joe tunnel." - Trusting (hat Providence-  will help;io':?U'Ciigthcn (lie widow  and/.her. family in their time of,  sorrowd ,; -d  '''��������������������������� 2 '.IxrAi.'CoN^ntfHi-:,  :.'   ���������' ''.""    Key;'  The Tribune rightly saya that- if  anyone .except, McBride opposes  Brown for New .Westminster ifc'-is  an evidence of weakness on Mc-  Uride's pari. The same authority  says that if Brown wins in West-,  minster the government can hold,  its ground, all of which indicates  that" John Houston has not yet  joined the opposition.  At a meeting at New Westminster  addressed by Tutlow, M.cl'hillips.  and oilier conservatives, it was  decided to invite a liberal to 'o.ffer  himself as a lamb for the slaughter  in opposition to Brown, and D. J.  Munn-was selected but declined  and T, Gifford is the victim.  The Province thinks thc salvation  of the province lies in the liberal-  labor parly.   '  Tho Kntorprise says that what  British Columbia wants is good  government and Premier Dunsmuir  is right, in adding to his cabinet  the men who will.give us that,  .The Globe remarks that McBride  has endeavored alt along to make  his position. i!\ the ministry a  donkey engine for thc,conservative  pari v.  Hon. W. C.'Wells'says the effect  of th'c recent change in the cabinet  will,be to strengthen it and. that  Premier Dunsmuirs action is  heartily endorsed in the cabinet by  other ministers. ���������  ������������������   The f/adysmith Leader describes  McBride's conduct as boyish.  The Sentinel says Brown will be  elected for New Westminster*  Kept.  10th is  thc date set' .for; regular manner,  nominations for  Westminster., and,!  thc hye-election will bo held on,the :  18th.'  workers  should   seek the c-u-oper-  ation of  those in   sympathy   with  them rather than   a.-sutiie  an   ag-"  gressive attitude.  FA. Adair would support a labor  party pure and simple. What they  had recently seen had shown them  the cause of labor had nothing to  expect from the old parties., He  said that as ~o per cent, oi-the vote  cast was the labor vote th'oy could  win an election hands down,  J, li, Kcott would support the  labor purtv,' ,  A. McKac said his byinjiatliiu."/  were with the labor cause and  though he had not supported tho  labor candidate last election the  probability was he would do so  next time,  J, K. Webster said there was a  feeling among the machinists that  the old parties were out of the  question and thoy should form a  party representative of labor and  labor only.    , ' ., ���������  M.-A. Wilson pointed 'out they  had" got nothing from the ,old  parties and should take steps" to  elect men to represent their own  case.  B, F. Gaymcn said the purpose  of the meeting was  to. form  labor1  associations with a .declaration  of '  principles.  T. Gillespie said  he   had   been'  j voting for the conservative party  all.his life and they were jugt as  rotten as the*liberals,   During their ���������  recent trouble they appealed to the--  representatives in various ways nnd  .  they would not even answer their  messages.   He instanced the' alien  labor legislation which was worse  than useless,  On the motion of J. W. Bennett,  seconded by K. Adair, it was resolved to appoint Mcssr;". Gillespie,  Webster and Bennett a committee ���������  ���������to wait on the ollicers of thc labor  organisations to ask their co-oper-.  atioii in drafrjng a platform.  .. The   chairman   condemned ��������� the,,,_  attitude of Ralph Smith as a labor  member. ���������      ��������� a  ater and  Light Franchise  Purchase By the City Has Fallen-  Through.  G. S. McCarter, city solicitor." by  instruction of the finance committee, took the advice of Charlis  Wilson, K.C., on the'validity of the  by-law recently passed by the city  for the purchase of the Water and  Light Company's assets. Mr. Wilson pronounces the by-law to bo  bad in'view of thc fact that there'  was not a quorum of the council,  exclusive of those interested in the  company, at the meeting at which  the by-law,was dealt with. He  considers that while the fact that  tho thirty days allowed hy law for  objections having lapsed might  validate' thc by-law, still in view of  the irregularity referred to it should  be treated as  irregular,  andvtho  whole matter gone over again in  a.  THE HOSPITAL  Meeting HeH to Organise.  About thirty attended the Sel-  kiik Hall last night ult the occasion  of a meeting  to  organise  a  labor  I stoke.  Gtis Luik.1, lias iceordwl a bill cl  sale df a quarter imcrest in the. Johannesburg claim 'an Ground Jio^  pas'in 10 ti-.-J-JuiTttV.    -  Contract Let for Foundations,  The hospital committee met on  Monday evening to deal with  tender^ fur the cx'-avalion and  f"Ulidatiijiis for lhe hospital building. Three lender.? v.ere received;  Mar.-hall and Black. Vancouver.-  $70.5: E.   C.   J'"ion-jf'v.   Kevelstoke,  party for political   action.    T. J.  Graham was appointed chairman, i if.17-1: C. T." W.  Piper, Vancouver;  and M. A. Wilson secretary. ." *3U0.'   Piper's tender was accepted.  Thc chairman said, judging from !     Qn Salurdav evening the hospital  the   appearance, of- 'the ' political.j trustees will hold a special meeting,  it  the  suggestion  of, two   of   the  arena,.-, there would shortly be a  general election, and'', it .was their  duty to establish -a -'platform for  labor iind labor only,  J. W. Bennett said the 'legislation  of the -conservative -and liberal  parties bad been of no benefit to  f.he working classes. He . urged  them to stand liy their colors and  riot co;|tiot-with anybodv else.  t,t \v i-J-i:������-Vv-l- '������!**!���������]  u'������ji  (V-;  .���������*��������������� V' i 6j'4'"*H*-'  'Mtj^i miv  '���������&''���������  medical.gentlemen of: the city, to  consider  .tlie ��������� appointment,   of   .-iv-  .'district nunc..   : -   , 7 '���������':- ������������������'���������.'',;   .  it. S. Mi-Cirti'i'. M^rre.tury lo the  N.-ivi^-.ilinn i-ompany, lias now liecn  .nlvisid of tlit* shipment oF-Uii������ enuini'S-  froiii I'll-.;' Poison .Ironworks and hopes  the st'.-iii)"i' will he iv.-uly forli/niK'iiiUfJ  VV \h ^rjSinilj^' ll-?ftl'IJ}������|)l|ii  Wtocttcct^^^ TIIEKOOTiiNAYMAfL
Ubc Ikootenav flDail!the viv'ei: ;lml !hi!'rrca;nt ^^:
^ ��� ! 01 m:ner;i] in ihe Jordan and ha"le '
I'UHLJSHi:]) i:vKKY 1'iilDAV. ��� . , . ���    f,.
_ I .I'-i-cs arc ret lor ward as  a   justiii-
:;svs^5Toks. 3.c. cation   for  tliir  iinportani: jmblic
ab33rip:ioa  Priso,   $2.03   Psr   Annum   ^erk.
Kirt'OKTf- in the press state that
the conservatives have decided to
support liberals in the bye-elections.
The conservatives arc playing a
smart game, and the liberals arc-
to be  made
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COKUEriPON'DKNCK invited on all matters j allowill"    thenuclve.-
of local or public interest.   All couiuiunicn-' ,c
lionn to the  Krlilor uiu^tbc accompanied j tools of.     Why doilt   the   COnsei'Va-
by the name of tho ���vriter, not neeoh-irily o        ' .     . ,-
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place in ill j lii-ot i.-auc of the, .Vl-iiLvaitor
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Address
Tin-: Kootknav Mail, ,
,lievel*toke, L.G.
1'. 0. llo.v 70, l:i,-vci>toiCc'Statioii.   ,   ,-
TeluplioiiL' No. 30.
T
ARGE   AM)    WEIJ;    LIGHTED I
aASiri.K  l.'OOJIS.   Ilrau-db? |
"^��S h-it air a-i 1 eleclric bells  an
litclit in every mom.   Tree bus meets all
train:-.
REASONABLE  RATES.
Night Grill Iionui in connection for iii?
convenience of kt.c.-Is arriving anddc-
parliti','by nit'lit tr.iiti.~-. Hourly street
car between hotel ami station.
JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR REVELSTOKE, B. C.
should be compelled to seiid  these
men back  to  the  States.    This  is
New Westminster  he  would  have
lost nothing as he would still have
know thev can't win?
not the first occasion  on  which it   been member for Dewdney.    It is j
has been evidenced  that  manv of j not too late vet for him   to do  the ���
* ' ��� ���  '
the company's imported foreigners j right-thing, and we challenge  him j
were the sweepings of the American j to resign his seat for .Dewdney at
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
No. 4 K.-W.-C. BI.OCK. NELSON. B. C.
Gold, Silwr-ljoail and Copper Mine- w;,ni< d al the KXC'HANGK.
PltKK .MILLING GUI.D properties uaiucd at once for Kastcrn investor-.
I'arties liavinjj mining property for tale are rcjuc-led to t-eud samples of their ore to tlie
EXCHANGE forexhibitiuii. --.-.--
All samples Kbould bo ?cnt by rsiirof. PliEPAlI).
Correspondence solicited,   Address all cuuiuuiniealioiij to
Telephone No. 101.   P. O. Hos 700. ANDREW F. ROSENEERGER. Nelson, B.C.
cities, and  their importation  was,
pace is
EVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT COY.
LIIMIZ'TIEIX
once and let the people sec whether
his action is endorsed at home first.
Me. McBride would  like to sec |
' Tin-: news of the attempted as-sis- j .,n insult to the people of Canada,
I .-inatioh   of   President    McKinlcy i as well as a breach of the principles!     .vie. Aicm-ide wouiil  line to sec !~v��>|   t e���      /^ IT"" & I "T"'r��"Y A 8 I   I/���"% T I"*" 8
was received throughout the British J 0f \\)C alien labor law.  Let us hope! Hon. J. C. Brown opposed for New j    j   Hh       f. J- |>j   |   pfAI Pi VJ   I  'tl L
S'l' i the result will be to place this law   Westminster.   Then he  should do* ,
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empire with feelings of sorrow.
Wilfrid Laurier conveyed his ex- 0n a workable basis. Indeed Can-
pression'oi the sense of horror with ; uda might well burrow a lesson
which tho government and the , from the American law, which can
people of Canada learned of the ��� be effectively enforced at a moment's
fiend.��h attempt upon thc life of j notice. That is what is wanted if
the president and  the deep sym-| thu law is to be of anv  use and a
* i u
pathy they feel in  tho distress  of j protection to the Canadian workers,
the American nation and thc presi-' ��� -..2.
dent's familv. \      '    .CARRYING ARMS.
j ' i 	
'.Says the Tribune: "A=-gove-nj--t The city will re-echo thc sentiment dominated by Joseph Martin j.ments of Mr. Sibbald, P. M., when
mav bo bad; but one dominated bv- i he, expressed his intention at court
NEW YOKK AGKNCY.
lieiniiigtoii Iiros., -'Illi Hrondivny.
CIUCL'LATION.
a
'I'm: .ICooi'iixav Mail ha* a lirM.-cI.-in>, circulation in the Citv of IteveKloke and site-
roimding district, and also at the following
.places:
Albert Canyon Ulecillewaet,
Glacier lingers Pass
Golden Salmon At in
Arrowhead Th()in>.nii's Landing
("omnplix   '       , Ciiinburnc
Trout Lake City        l'"orguson    ,
Halcyon Hoi Springs N"aku--p
.. IJurton City I'i re Valley.
men like pro-Chinese Munn of Xew
Westminster would be infinitely
worse. Richard McBride has not
only shown the white feather, but
in pledging his support to a friend
of a set of men who Jiave worked
for months to discredit him as
minister of mines, he has ��� proven
himself unworthy the support of
right-thinking men. It was up to
McBride; but he has been found
wanting."    '
II
AKVEY ic McC-ARTER
lUHKISTIr'HS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Omci-s : - JIolsoxs, Bank-  Block,   IOjvl'l-
stoke, 1J. c.
Money to loan.
Otllces: Kevelstoke, Li. C; Fort Steele, II. C.
Geo. S. JIcOaiitlii, J. A. Haiivkv,
Ke\ elstokc, B. C Fort Steele, B. C.
J.
AI. SCOTT, B.A., LL.B.
BAltlilSTEK.   ,.SOLICITOK,    A'uTAKY
Public, Etc.
McKenzie Ave.,   .   UuvL-lstoke, B. U.
pDWAKU A. HAGGEX,
AllNING  EXGINEEK,
(Mom. Aniorican ln-titnte Mining Engineer.-)
(Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)
Kevelstoke. B. C.
lisamiiulion of and reports on Mineral Properties a Specialty,
Zhe 1Roofet.taie flBafl
-���     KHIUAV. yt'l'T. i:{, looi.
The trail connecting the Big
Bend road with the lower town
should be fixed up. At present
nearly all traffic for the Rend leaves
the lower town and the old road
litis been fenced iii "by "settlers till
it is most difficult even for persons
knowing the country to wend their
way through the present maze.'
.Old-timers have had to return after
spending'some time .trying to find
access to the main road, and the
present condition of things is productive of a good deal of profanity
to miv tho least.
on Tuesday to inflict thc most
scvere'pcnalty the law will allow
on persons carrying concealed arms.
It was no fault of tho scab' dago
who was arrested that he did not
kill some-one when he shot at/ the
station on, Friday night, and all
will uphold the magistrato( in giving effect to the warning he uttered,
Thc people of Canada don't want,
tn see the McKinlcy act repeated
here. Such villainous deeds arc
the direct  result of the free  and
ii
general use of firearms in ,the
United. States, and these acts are
the verv creation of American "law.
As ex-Premier Turner once said, it
is of supreme importance that when
men come to this country from the
Slates they shall be taught to leave
their shooting-irons tit tho border,
as they are not' necessary" in "Canada.   ���
thc opposing. Instead of that he
is trying to induce some unfortunate liberal tu sacrifice himself for
his satisfaction; - Mr. Brown is one
of the most loyal of liberals, .and
we hope no member of the liberal
.party will make such a fool of himself as to give Mr. McBride tin-
satisfaction of sacrificing himself to
amuse him, Let Mr., McBrido's
supporters do their own dirty work.
Deafness, Noises in.tlia.Haa'd, &c.
pohitively cured by HABLEY'S EAK
LOTION.' This ih-w Kenu-dy, gcu-b
right to the actual M-at of the (lNcasc.
.���ind has effected such rcmnrknl-u- cures*
t.hat th^ greatest hope i.s held out. to all
siiiiWvis; no niatti-r' how had ot longstanding the cist; miiy he. One bottle'
will cure any ordinary casr, and will
he SHtit securely packed and poM-paid,
with full directions and testinioniiilK
upon receipt of fjil.UO "Older diiect
From J.VMKS <E. H.wsLEY, 2U StocUdale
Road, South Lambeth,'*London, ENGLAND.
ABRAHAMSON BROS..
PROP'S.
'Newly built. -First-class
in every respect. All
modern conveniences.
Lai go sample ruouis. Fire
proof safe. Fvvv. 'bus
meets all trains.
Under same iiiiinuirciiipnt.
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
TROUT LAKE CITY
WAXTKD -- RHVHKAL PKRSOXS OK
clisir-'utiT and good, rriiiit.-ilioii in cuclif-tnU'
(<jnu in thin founly iT(|MiiT(li io rciiru-ciit, and
iichortiM! nld fst-tl'INlud wealthy btisiiiCK-'
housi; of Mmnd lin-inciul n'iimliii;;. S.-iUry ?lh
weekly with cmic'iikc- Jiddilioiiiil, nil luiyublc
in (.���(fill '������icli WViluodtiy direct troiu head
offices. Horse and (.-���irriu-.-c furnished, when
ncce.-siiry. Uefureneis. Kiiclusu t.ull'-addres'.ed
.-tamped envelope. Manager, 3IC t'axton
KuilditiK, Chicago. '
$25,000 OUBGRAND $25,000
Ornithological, Contest.
CARPETS,
ART SQUARES,
RUGS,
LINOLEUMS,
WALL PAPERS,
CURTAINS,   ETC., ETC.
Everything to furnish 'a. Home in modest,or elaborate style.
Write for our. 1901 Catalogue���free. It contains 1000 illustrations, all priced.
Complete Furnishers,
Victoria; B. C.
NVICTUS,
THE SCHOOL QUESTION.
. It is a. matter'of great regret in
our opinion thaMhe action,,of the
s-chool trustees has practically
caused tlie withdrawal of the IfSOOO
grant for this season  as per thc
Something oiilii'cly new and inlcresting.
Kend whui yon are in do, You may get ��1,( W,
Our eotile.-t is( lu see who can make the largeul
list, of names (or kind-,) of birds from thc fol.xw-
ing lis.t ofletter.-:
WDOO'OCCKQUIIAPRTARIDG
ESPNIE.LVEBRDIMWADOHTL
^\"u will recognise no u bird nnylliing belonging to the fi'iiLhered tnliu, u-hetlier il i�� 11 Hen.
Crow, Singer or any other kind, Yon can use
"any letter as nifiny Ltmc-s to make a name us it
' Tin-; coast papers publish lists of
probable supporters and- opponents
of tlie government with  a  view  to j lettcr. Irom  thc nunister  01   ouu-; mipcnr.- j��� the n.-t of letters- aijove; tor ijihUicu
e .,,.,.. 11 Woodcock, J'lover, hnow Bird, ele.    Jo iii-v
showin*' that thc government i^ in   cation published in another column. | persons who uanmiiko n u-^t of -.'j or more a r-
c c j ,���, .    , ,   .    ,     1 Cerent tianieh of bird!-", wi; will give abMilul. V
a minority since the appointment ! There 1= by no means any certainty; i'kek a beautiful Ft-iw value, ai.nnn.-.,-:
app
of Hon. J. C.  Brown,   Such, lists! oi ^c Srailt b(?i"g increased.   In-
arc purely imaginary till _ members .' fleed it is most improbable. ��� RcveL-
have had an Opportunity of   de- i *tok? got its share of   thc   grant
The Invictus Siioh is made on thc most* modern last, and
is.the most handsomely "finished, 'gives the best satisfaction, and
costs no more than the ordinarv evervdav shoe. You r.ecd not
consult a corn doctor but purchase a pair of I.xvjctus Shoes
and your corns will disappear. - Made by Glokce A. Slater
and sold by - . ���      "
BIG PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.
Iris claimed   that  Manitoba   is
emit led   io   another   feat   in   the
senate us the result  of the censis
and Hon. T. Green way is put  for-,
ward as the nominee. ' j
daring themselves. The premier's
telcsrram is more likeiv to be
correct. This, was read at Mr.
Brown's Xew Westminster meeting
and was as'- follows;   "1 have as-
bers in accord with the government
, to carry to a .-'uccersful issue their
I intended progressive policy, of
1 which the immediate' con.-trueiion
of the bridge over the Fmser  river
is but ihe inauguration.
"(Sd.) ��� Jambs D.i:-c.-Mi-iit.Ji
ailable and members of thc lccris-
Tiu: editor of the Mining I'ecord
i.- being highly complimented by
leading mining iit 11 on hi- able
article on the condition of the mining industry which appeared in
the Aucu-t number of (lie  Record.
When you have nmde out yotirlinl till out the
j line otiiihe bottom of tlii.x ad,t, nnd tend to ut-
available ana members ot tne ictzis-1 with a ���scnnitjuci Addres-ed envelope, .-ttunpot
, ,,.,,.".,  I your country will do. tlicn if you nee (iwarded
hiture Illlturallv ask whv  thlti   Cltv', ;i prizo you can if you rlosireget tho tiriuo l,v
... ,    ' ;l     '   . ,      '   i becoming   (t    ,-ub-ci'ibcr to  Tin;    AV OMAN'S--
should have more than its share i wohlu. Wc-iiaiinwarda pn-to to every per-
,    ,       ,      ,,.,,. ,      ...      I-ion who semis Um ninne uf i',5 Hirds am) our
towards echool buildings ?   A tne , t'lft-- win,be a- follow.-,: i-'onhc be!=t u*\, re-
...    ,    .... .L.     ,, ,   I ccivcdcueli diiy, aUuId Wiitdi j fovihcMjcond
new Dubhc buiidnig,  with the at-; ucm solution cm-h d-iv ,*i ixMutifui inipoi-tod
,   , , .  ,                   , . 1 Tc-iSot |f(irtli(Jf(.i\ciniuNl bi'ijlMiltitiiMioi'iicli
surmcp of fiPMilo ��un��iort  0^   men-,,    tendam labor   10 Which   It   WOluU I Any, ,-i Hotimli frakili l-'i'ii'ioiidiiinl Kuliy itini/;
^uiiiuvt 01 au.pit ..tiwpun  u.   ...cn.       _ _                forthcm-sMio-l -oliitiun.iiUold rieceiiind foi
5ive cmplovmeht, and  market for > ,iii other cornet ^-union-, vri^-f of tjoou
,L ,     .       , , ..     ' Value.     Uicf-c I'ri^oa will lioforwiinlcildiiilv.
raw materKil.    IS   thUS   lOSt   to   the ' }<>n will not imyelo witil ,-t lmiK l! in utiei't-
. 1 '1 ' uiiiitf Ijuforo yon know the ro-ult,   There 1.-no
CltV lur   the    pre.-ent.    anil    JierililpS ' oleineiitof lottery in our plan. iLiicike- nodil'-
.    '    ,,    . ,    .     ' t'erence u hot her we ^,'1  .luiir M-liiiiuti Lite or
lur ;i:l lIIl'iL'. ;!��  VH'.CS are    Ur.Cjr.tlin    cirlyiii iho dny.    All jounced ihlo no.-t tin'-;
.' j ad vt,. to   ii-, nnd on  the rl.iv ii  reaches u.-.. if
tmn'.'S    111    tlie    present    game     OI ; your  li-a u- tho l>u-l, you shall have the Gold
,.\ T-,        ��� , j Watch or it' >ocond  best I lie beautiful'lVa Set,
politics.      J r.ere  are   Otner   reasons | uii.Imj on.    Wo KUiir.inlci: that, wc will award
, . i ���      .i .       . ii     ' you a pri/,o.   'I'licreiaalj-oluloly noopportuniiv
v.-ius],ered m the street as  to the : t���r deception on <mr juri  wc ,*.iiiiiot,atr<n-d-it*.
;���   ,      ,-   .1     4   ., , N'u  want, to koI 1,().'��M)W well Miifssficd sub-
rj.lfOlI OI lllC .'IC IOI! Of   . Jio trU.-tecs ; bribers nml for that miMiii wc don't want you
.i ���      .   .. r -.' ..    Li ,, ,   ,t  ,i I I'1 "c|"l  ll"y  "i(l��e.v "'iiil  you know I'Miirtly
111 tills liitluei.      L,-i    lo    llOpC   mat , wh.it prize you have gained  by iins-woriiiK thc
, ,, ���   , iiu/./ie.    A-* soon arti.r I p.in.  each rtnv a^poc-
no such unworthy reasons exist.      ; <it-.i,;. tiicox.iminpr'- win .ind-.'-' tiicii-itxtoLhu
'  bc-t of  their ability, nnd  will dcii|,'iiiito the
 ,    . "     I prizo.-.  -A\'c will wrlie to you at once notifying
THF  T'.V^fVKT ; y-'it whatpri^y has been iiw.irdc'l you, ihei) if
^ '        , you are -ui.-liud. jou can -end your Mib.-criii-
  . iion to'I'w:; \Vo.m.\.\'.s W'out.n and yourpri/.c
, .      . ... , will ko by return of pfni qirrl.-iw pui,J.   To a
The liVSter.C^ into whit* ) :i   larf.fe    pyr-onof narrow idem it lecni-impo.-'slblc that,
hoiilil   bu  able to liniki; ���'Deli a (jifi'iDlic
.   r ��� ���       i    .1 ���        ill     .-'-i;ii'>u oi  un;  in-wn .in'i    i ���mhi'.hui- , ���,.������... but \yc hn \ c I lie le.Oliey. hliliiir. (ilKlruiJii
ind Launer j rom ���'    ���
Cd-VBIXET RKPREREXTATION.
Thc Liberal pnity arc to he cr n-
gratulatc-d on their action towards
having the province represent! d
diiTctlv in thc  cn bi no*-.    .-ir  \V
i   ,i ���      i     ,1 section ot the pn-'--! and   i initician-, oii-ir. out wcIhimjiIkj money. biiiiiiMinrrropii-
nil.'-fj'l   tillr-   snoili'J                                  ' ���,,.,, Uli'-n. wc  Know umi'.-'Iv  whdl v.oare doiiiif.
r    ,��..,���!,,.%..      .- ''ot over til'.1   cn'l''.' ot   J. L. i^rowir   .'ml if ��c eiui leKitlm.itcly tfiiin ii million hub-
10   oppOUUniU    Ot- ?                                    ��� ,,          ,r:nl-i.p-,'r,y thl-, urmid Idea   wc know that tliih
TiinCivdilur-Tru-t I)"(>(1-. Act of !,,���,���   wc j
be done when tl
inroc],   The retirement uf .Sir Louis
1),ivies   pios'ins  ilv   opportunity.
la.-t ses?ion cnnes into em-ct alter
1'iih of ,-Vptcml-i'r. (Jne .-(ctiun of
this act invalidates all j.ayments,
except for current wages, made
within o0 davs of assipunicnt.
Tiii: Vaiicou'. (r Province con -
f.*raiu]atcs Kevelsd ke on the action
tiken hy the mayor towaul- erecting, on the occti.-ion of thc royi 1
fjrtivitie.-. an  arch  at  Vancouver
, ., ., i :. i, -,.;n   i
lave   ni  doubt   that  6:r
Wilfrid  will  redeem  his promise.
Still the proper course is  to bring'
thc necessary pressure :o bear. The
! conservatives mi "lit well join with
! thc liberals in   urging  ihe  matter
d.   T
into the cabinet wa-- ino-t ainu-uiL'
but, ;.- inifrht have Lc-ii expect"..'!
from the idiotic nature of the out-
bff.-t, it ha- cooh.-d off cori-ider.ibh".
Hon. K. Mcliride'i- :n doubt the
sorriest of m--n. :.nd the political
ass he has made of himself is now
cv.dtnt to his be-: fr.��'iid-. lie
wri,-: oiilv one   nf  ti.e   caliii.r.t  ^bd
milKnn of wi-ll plcn-"d '���nb'.cribor't oin lie in-
il'iec'l toricoinniend Tin: U*o.m."inV W'okmi lo
.di fni ii.)-. tlmriiby buiMliiL' up our e.irculntlon
-till further. We are willdij; lo ��pciid ���*.Y>,0W
In tliiM.-oiuo-t in bwilditiK up a b||/ -iib��enptiots
ji-f, and who'i tlii- moii'.'y in -"pefil we I'o.-ei'VC
'In: rl��ht to puhlliii ,1 iiotlUedtidn Hint the coll
h'-t li-i" lirjiiii di-coiitiii'ied. Don't rjclny utiH'
I'Kionl.itc The oonlurt will continue uuU
J.inuitry 1-t, Hhv',
W<: give  A iloiiiiM Vr'Ucttf  ^-ViO lililejir.lldellt
'if,ill oiljor' to die p'.-jvoi. who ^unde In tbr, ||^t
.rntv.'M up in t'n; bft<t ilurl  lmnd-"j|ii(x't mnillle.r.
Dili- ('otiiniit'co  wii| dt'.ldc itiidnwiird pnVt-r i
mi!;/, but th'- .-;���(( lil i.'-Viprice ieil| be ineaidH !
i;i .'.f-'.rcli. !W.   Anv bird - muk /oUD'l in die i
liijIl'jtI.'iriCS .IC'.'tptcJ,
J
who are also dealers in Groceries. J-fardware, Tinware, Leather
uoocls,"Crockery, Glassware! Clothing'. Men's Furnishings, etc.
Front Street, Revelstoke, B. O.
SUNSET AND PRIZE WRINGERS
are two of the world's best
makes.     Thc ���S UN SET is
a   heavy   wooden- wringer
���Avith two 12-inch Solid Kub
bcr Holla.     , '
Tlie PRIZE is a galvanized steel frame wringer,
warranted not to rust and
has two i "2-inch Solid Rubber Rolls.
'' '1'hey. are money makers
for both Retailer and Con-
���suinoiv
3-1 *���*- *��� tSf|k,t '-5s5iroi** *
McLennan, McPeely & Oo., Sole Agents for B. 0.
112 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. O.
,i
ORIENTAL  NOTE
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affords. Best Wines., Liquors, cc Cigars.
Rates $i a day.'   Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOZTS3,    PROP.
���Jin !.i
���i
r.
-1 -. -r
trTcr* are being taken to secure
the aid oi the government in the
(.ivtion uf tin1 iraHir. bridge���jicro.-ri
���Hie (Johi'iubia rivur at'Kevelstoke
iicar   the   railway    bridge,     The
MaWif linwit'oj tjjo f��wjaij[ft.cf(*ff.r(]
��
mawimmmwmswamimstmbstsi THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i-ffTittl-ittilrWTTi  v  p       Kootenay  /������T* NO.J5A.F  ���������-.    '^ /7[7 *   ���������������   Thcrcfe'uhirinectiufe'-  jCfe^^      ftr? h������ld ������','h,c, yu"  <^-���������St;*-S>x' ^*t?-S      onii* Temple. Uoui nt  ������������������-���������=-���������*--������������������������'''-'     JL.!].  on  lhe   third  fMonday   in  each  | month  at   S  p.  ni-  Visit ins;   brethren  cordially welcomed.  G. S. MCJAHTKU.  SkckktaisV.  JtEVELSTOKE LODGE. I. O. O. F.. No. 25.  Regular meetinKS are Jicld  Ctll'iltive    power    (  if   th  e new treat nn-nt  i- iv.-illy ni.-irvi'Jldii--.     With iheexcep-  Golden willi tin* Crows NV-sl  raid and  open up the.  Wiiiilr-niiiTi'- district.    It  :%?>  ���������*?  Disturbance at C.P.H.  Station  ' Lion ot cases which have lir-t-n reiidem  : (.-oiiipli'ti'lv incurable by previous >tir-  j gical operations, it may hi- asserted  that a radical cure is usually obtained,  no mailer what may In* the naliiiv or  tlk' duration of ih,; affection which  has caused the Di-at'ii^ss. Old peop'e  of eighty years haw, been completely  fined, us well,as p'alicnls w ho had been  d     iiieui.-ible     bv   eminenl  1 I  have. ueen   taken   running  f^lO.OOO i  . S"l''.  1     O-car  Strauss,   of   Camborne,  int:-  is staled ai rangemeiils ai r- being niadi:  to interest th.- Great Northern   in   the J "l;Ues llmL lj(; Is prepared' to take con  scheme.'  n Oddfellow*' Hall every  Thur'Jdaj.-niijht at night (  a-f  June  ioth   will  make  the  run from "coast to coast in  starling  .ours,  Cheap rates now, in effect to thc  Pan-American  Exposition,  cry    ������������������  $-&!l$S������5s&3t3>>. Thursday night at oiffht | "  o'clock.   Visitinu brother.* ���������  cordially welcomed.  .*���������>. WILSON..N.G. J. A. STONK, l-'.S.  K. WATERRON. R-S  SE1KIBIC LODGE, NO. IS, I. O. C. F.  .Meets every Tuesday  s?2* tf&       (������<������.    evening    in   t-U'lkiik  /p      WL~ -Jr-2 ^^,IIh11    at   8   o'clock.  pr       j/**~*s3c.^       *S Visiting: brethren cor-  'dially invited  to  attend.  J. MATniE,'Sj:c.  K. ADAIR, N. 0.  LOYAL  For ���������at!'  , i:ci;(-t.>, an.! full information apply  Id  T.W.   BRADSHAW,  ..��������� AEni,  ''   Revelstoke,  E. J. COYLE.  A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS  Iioya.1 Mail Lines.  Clioapoat Ilouto to tho Old Country.  1'itANCO'CANADIAN LINE-From Montreal  OarlhCiSlc *      Atiff. 30th  Hwn ���������      ���������      '       ���������r,VPV,o,1i  Garth Cat-'.k"      ...,-���������       'Oct. 2nd  ALLAN LlNK-ri-oui .Montreal.  Tiiiii.-I.it>      ���������' -V'S-^i!}  Niifji-iliiin ..'-.-��������� te'M't. ;tn  iMrir-.im  -  M ������������"���������  AiHii-iiiian      -     ��������� ������������������>���������'., .rJ.'u  I'lvsorimi ,��������� -Hn  1J0.M1NI0N LINK'-l'rom I'ovllnnd.  Vnncdiivcr ���������  , ^'P1'.!1!'  ll.'llillllOIl ,- -,      ���������       '       ' ���������   lit"  ''���������imbrnniaii      ���������      ��������� '      ���������   ���������      ' , '    .,      ������}*}  Yaiu-ouvcr      '   ' ������i-'t. Will  L'OMlNION LINK-From Boston.  Coiiii'.-nii-.U'iilili - - ��������� ��������� Aii,f.,25IJi  jVuu Kiiirhim! - ' ��������� ���������. ��������� ��������� Si-'l'ti '!> '  Conuoi'invealtli      -      -      ;'      '      * -M>  ill'JAVKIl LINK���������From Montreal.      it  kikcr-upi-rior      ���������      *,���������'''���������   -N������������':i0th  l.ake Simcoe      ���������      ���������    '���������  L.iko Ontiirio -.������������������-,  Luke Chiinii'lain    ���������  1,-iko Mcgantio  '"���������(JM Jt  OIIANGE   LODGE   NO.   1658.  Regular meetings arc held in  tho Oddfellow's Hall on the  Third Friday of each month, nt  S p. m. sharp. Vibiting broth-  rcn'corJially invited.    ,  TIIOS. STKKD, \V. 31.  AV. G. HIRVKY. Rr-o. ���������-'re.  REVELS  OKE  Sent,  till)  -   13th  . "   Sdtli  .  "   -.'"th  Rotten   Egcs,   Windows Smashed?"���������"11���������  and a Gun F.rjd. '   it is to'iu* der-hrd.that,Drouet iustd  , ' lutes may he speedily   founded in (Jai -  , a la and America, hut, meanwhile,  There*'wap some disturbance in ] deaf persons and those sufl'.-i in--; from  the C. P. K. yard on Friday night. | .>ei ions ainicular affections will l><- glad  A scab outfit had been thoughtless- J to learn thai they can undergo tin  ly left ill the yard over night in the j Droii.il treatment immediately if thtn  absence  of Supt.  Kilpatriek,   who   wish."  They  need only write to th  ���������  P.e-xenfror.-, ticketed throiifrh to all parts ot  Oi-J.it lirituiu and Irolimrt. and at .specially low  ratMlo all parts ot  the Luropciiu continent.  Apply to ii-'iircil rnilivuy or .���������������tcuiiislii|) mjenD or  to  T.W. Sr.ADSKAW. Agent. Royelstoko.  ��������� S. S- " Lardeau." ' ���������  Ihiniiiiig licl'.Voon Arro'.vhcad and Thomson's  J/iudlnt' coniiiiL-iii-iiijf ,111110.10,1X1(1, will sail ns  follows (weather pcrmittiiib').:  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing;  ftiitl t'oui.iiilix nt 7k. daily.   "  Leave rhohison's Lnndin-jninl Cnniaplix for  Arrowhead nt l"k, daily, connectinjj with all  ('. V, 1!, tmiii" and boats.  The owner.< reserve tlio rlghl lo cliun^o timet-  pf unillngs without notice,  THE FKED I10BIN50X LL'JIIJEIt CO. LTD.  y, HOIttNSON,  MunauiiiK Director,  Citizens of Revelstoke:  Do you know that $i0,000 or  $12,000 a year has been" going  into Chinese coffers for Laundry work every year in this  town. The Revelstoke Steam  'Laundry Co. are . trying to divert this money into thc channels of trade.-. Will you not  ���������help by sending, us your laundry,  BUKER& SAXTON, ,    Proprietors.  THOMSON'S  LAND INC.  A Successful Ranching Season-  New Ranches Being Taken Up.  was at the coast. Some rotten egg;  were thrown and several windows  broken in the outfit car. An  Italian fired a shot near the plat-  form,'when some bridge and trackmen held up all thc dagoes ��������� there,  and FC-nt for thc police. Chief Bain  and Constable Shaw were r>'oon on  the spot and searched thc da goes,  one of whom had 11 revolver, and  he was arrested for, carrying concealed weapons.  ', .'I lie dago was brought before Mr.  Sibbald, P.M., on Saturday morning a,nd was remanded at the request of Mr, Fester, of thc superintendent's office, in order that J. M.  Scott, thc company's solicitor,  might appear for accused, who was  then liberated on bail in two  sureties of $100 each, Messrs. Foster  and Flindt becoming (he sureties.  Meantime informations were laid  against two of the bridgemen, L. D.  McRne and J. W, _ McCallum,  'charging them with creating'a tlis*  turni-mce on- the occasion, nnd the  whole matter was set down for  hearing at thc police court 011 Tuesday. '  ��������� As tho strike was over and there  was a desire on tho part of all  parties "to bury the ' hatchet the  chiirgt.3 were withdrawn. G. S. 'McCarter appeared for McRae and McCallum, and J. M, Scott for the C.  P.R.  Mr. Sibbald warned the dago \\ho  had the gun that in future he would  inflict the severest penalty of the  law on any persons carrying con*  cealed weapons without authority.  Drotiet Iiislitnle,' 71, Rcjj-ent's-pai'k  road, London, England, iind lhe secretary will prompt!*,* SI>������(1 them ������H needful information, together with a pathological report form, which, will  enable lliein to give a detailed description of their case, :*.::d lliu-s place tin  consulting surgeon in a, position to  prescribe, lhe tiealnienliieceissai-y foi  their cure.  It is stated thai tho steamer Kevelstoke will lie all ready at the end Of  this month for launching provided the  engines ariive in time. The.-e were  ordered from Toronto, but no advice  his been received of their being  shipped and it is now feared ihey cannot lie here in time.  Complaint i-i made thai, the cnnipmy  have not kept faith with the bridge  foremen in that they have taken from  llit-m their cooking onllits. A bridge-  in in who was a delegate lo Montreal  says this is contrary to the terms nf  settlement with the head oflicials and  will have lo lie rectified. He blames  tie local oflicials for the breach of  fait'i.  li. (J. ��������� King, who represented lhe  hridgeineii in the llnnl settlement at  M intrcal, says this wad Ihe hardest  work he has had tor ,*i long time, Mr.  Fvoig spi aks well of the fair !>piiil in  which .Manager McNicoll met. the men  ���������a version of Mr.. McNicoll which' is  coitiarylo the general opinion held  o' his conduct dining the nlrike as  sllo.vn by the published reports.  The Voice remarks on the late strike:  ".No measure of praise can be- withheld from the strikers, from the foie-  nu-ii who took up ,-uid slood hy the  fi^hton behalf of the much buffeltd  sejlioii-inan, especially. From the  very startthe method, discipline and  di.'.erniinatioii shown Were an tiller  surprise to f he, company and a revi I-  ation lo the other brotherhood-; who  fo ind it hard to comprehend what il  111 *aiii."  IS.   0. 'King,   of  North   Demi, who  went,'to   Montreal   to   champion  lhe  ' cuii���������.(������������������������ of the hridgeineii' in the dark.  , By a washout, ycderday near Ash-  croft No. 2 was'(H*:yed U*n hour-;.  The C. P. Ii. have agreed to build a  line to connect the Sullivan mine with  the |iroposed smelU'i. ' >  The hi idge gangs under (Jain. Fnwr,  J. A. and W. Magee and Dan Wright  ivtumed to duty on Monday.,  '  Lacy It. Johnson has been appointed  assistant atipMrlntendeiit of lollinv  stock will)   headquarter-.-- at- Montreal.  The survey of a railway"to connect  Vancouver direct with  the Yukon i.- .   .     ,    , . , ,       ,,  now proceeding through the  Lillooet,   i������^i������ * BtiiKP. returned on Monday.  He  ��������� ��������� c insiders the settlement of thestriKe  The gun was confiscated,  SOMETHING FOR THE DEAF.  E. W. B. Paget, Prop,  rmtupl. delivery of parcel?*, Ijiiggajjc,  etc , to any part of the City. -  . Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken. ;. .���������  ��������� All' rtr-iWs U'ft ni. li- M. Sm vi lie's  Tohiieci* .-'it'llo, or by Telephone, No. 7  will ivue.i.e prompt atli niton.  ���������.Rubber Stamps.  Orders  for   li'ibb-r ,?'t.iini!������   .-cut,-in  tntlie  fifil.'i! of   111".   MIOITNAY  S'.Mh, KcyulHH.lvi'. I'.  C. Will ln> IIIL (I Wir.il lli'.-pilU'll. '  \  ��������� Baker, CoBfeolionep,  Catopcp, Ete. ���������'  Ohoico  Groceries.  Graham Broad,    -:- r  Wedding Cake a Specialty  foilr   ne.w   raiiclif->  iJut iii*ir   i In*   Lis-  M.il  ordi'rs   |iroiii|il ly and  c>  ���������I'fnliy 'att'*n(I"d lo. '  P. 0. BOX  132, REVELSTOKE,U.  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^-^rassS^>-      -  BEEF,   PORK,  , MUTTON,: Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  'All order ��������� iiroiii-ill.v fillod.  n^liri fTAV"     D     O      Corner   Don^liiH  I e.x;.)(>et to be iibli* to rcpoit n few  im-iini,' tleula in the course of a few  wpeliH.  ,  George (J(i!d?t'nitli i.s erectins; a new  staliln on his bts. II. Ntiodliam hint  the contract.    . '  Anotlier sliipment of  iiliout.-10 tons-  of  Triune,  ore  js nt. tlie Lunditi',' urifi  'will he uliinppd in ii few dn)������ to Tnii!.  Messrs.   JJontou  and   Kinmaii have  their  gnn^s  (irgniiized   nnd  will.coin  iiieiice woik on the new toad to Can  borne, immediately,  J. W. Thomson'is cleanr!"-,' off ;i lot  iin.'l lias the lumber on the ^munil f<n  t.h;i erection of ji huildiiig to be used  as ii lin!I, church, nnd mcIiooI house.  , Time-J It ivo   been  f.iirly yood nt'tln  Ji'indinu''tin's suininer, nnd the.,country  is   Mi-it.tliii','   tip, ns  h.'ivp.    been   at<il<('(  inoiill).  GP0l'L,'ti Ln.l 'mi rni������ed n line crop  of l|.*iv. (cits, pointoos, fnbb.i������e sin"  oth-*r \ejretnltlivs on the f.irm formcrix  owned by Mr. Emu Johnson, nnd  which i-> now called by .Mr. Lux the  "Model Fiirui," nnd from nppe;irniice->  liiis' crop will'easily oe worth $1500,  while Wr. JI. Uenton, on the '"Town.  Kite I-Suncii," will huvc nlmo-il ns much.  Mr. Ni-pdhniii'tj and Mr GrpfiiVs j;nr-  dens, ns well ns the sinnller ones liine  prolific crops of potutoes mid "other  \ p^etutdos. ���������"������������������?���������'.  The new road wan'.badly npeded ns  it will ojif-.n open up iibout 2500 acre.-;  of ���������������������������������������������iiidiing land that in the past'  could be only ������������������., reached by. pack trail;  The garden yln tid of Lirdeau lies "oh  tho "fi fist -sirlt; of '..Fish Crpek, betwee.n  Thomson's Landing and Ciiiiiborne.'  and whei) this'roitri in7completed.'it'  should ?suoti be lined with fields and  {jiii'dens. The rnncliersdn the oast'  side uf,'yFish' Creek aro cxfrpniely  modest people, While, tlie publicans  have been u-iiti^ every pull possible to  hnve" ro'nds:''.' built  to  liririr. trnde' to  Deafness is so cciinmon anjiifirinilv  among nil classes that it will he of interest to those of our renders so alTlic-  ted to know that a curat ived rent ment,  based chieJly on exteinnl ,-i|iplientioii,  has been lately dUcovpred, nnd is giving some wonderful results in Enulnndi  where it is now extensively applied.  The discovety is now some years old,',  and  is  due to n. French  niirist,  Dr.  Drouet. of  the Facttlly of   Medicine,  Paris-  ' \Vu will try to explain In what  tlie new treatment consist.**,  When the anatomy of tlie oi'^nn nf  -ll'niiiiK' is sludiedi we notice that all  Its delicate parts���������the labyrinth or  inner ear, nnd'the tympanic t'nvlly���������  are carefully sheltered in.iide the skill!..  And it is always thu*" that the chroiiie  maladies from which Deafness result  are situated, Without the o|H-r,ili(i,it  of trrpaniiiliR, it is Impossible to renrli  | these essential parts, mill for a loiitf  time there w.as a ijiieslion of dl-fuvi i1-  ing by what nieajii ieiiieilie>. for ivsfors  ' bu,' thi-Mf fimctiiJiis could {& applied.  ' The most stranxL' and ingenious pro-  ce.'seshnvf been successively employed;  otthet-Tisin or infl.itioM oi the Middle  Ear, iipplicntion of liquids or vapour--  through theno>*e, syriuginyr, blisterinir.  Tli^* effects of eleciriciiy have, of  course, been tried, and general treat-  ment has been assiduously resorled lo.  But it. must, h ��������� owned that no la-ting'  results have been obtained by llie.iH  means, a ml, on account, of t.he difiicnliy  of treatiii^nl, Deafni'sshas been looked  upon by .all as a nearly Incurable coin-  plaint.  district,  The 0. P. K. eipployps on the Moiui'  ttiiti and Shnswap divisions sent a  handsome flotal anchor to the Ditches-  n iv funeral.  Hup!. Kilpatriek returned .on Monday from attending the funeral of the  late, As������L������tant-(jelieial' Mupt. Duclles-  nay nt Vancouver, "  By the second section of tlii������"No. ]  being d rnili'd .through a broken mil  lit Rush Lake on Ftiday fifteen passengers were injured.  The Great Nor!hern have let the  contract for their section of road to  connect the Gr^at Northern with' tl.e  Crows Nest coal fields.  T. Gillespie, whe has charge, of tl.e  mechanical plant cn the ,(J. P. I?,  bridge work, is said lobe one of the  best mechanics in the seiyiceof the  company.       .   . ,  General Supt. Marpole and Jlr. Tj r'(  I'Jiigiueei'i went to Field today to  arrange for t'nnsli ttction of tlie new  piece  of  line   to  avoid   the Kicking  hol'se grade.  (i .  i     J.   \Vhile, of Uowser.ljake, infoiins  ' lhe Minet that the ginde on the Lnrdo  branch is How within a mile' nnd a half  of   llowb" i', and   that  steel   is laid to  Witliiu two milt'!--  The Cost of filling tl).* einhiiiiknient  at Mountnin circle by the hydraulic  method was nbnilt ',i cents per cubit  satisfactory and pays a high tribute to  the assistance nlveti lhe ttncknien by  th-.* trainmen'**'.hoard of adjustment.  The excellent services which that, body  gave will be reciprocated hy the track-  men if their help is e.vet ivij.uired on  behalf of tile trainmen,  H.ipt. Nil-lock ia a pretty .-.mall official at lhe beat of times hut ihe-follow-  ing circular which he has just issued  shows that he should still be cooking  for the ,'Ga'licians: "All bridgeuie.n  and hi idge foremen who were out on  strike cannot, be reinstated, as they  had tiolhing to do willi the arrange-  incnt whntevd'. Please see that tliev  are. not re-employed.-J. NiULOC.'s."  "Please see that none of the bridge-  men who went out on strike aiere-  einplcyed unless iuslructions reci'ived  to put lliein to work,���������J. Stocks."  We hope the. head ofTleinls will mak*'  an e.laniple of Ni block for I his breach  of faith with'the men and evident  desire to cati.-e fresh mischief.  The lliembettt of lhe. ( trackmen's  union leceived oh'Mondnv particulars  of the settlement of the strike, which  air ,1't'acticnlly those which we published in last issue. The ofTicinl'citcu-  Inr front (he vice-president of the  union adds to the statement of advantage!- gained I "and best of all, t('cognition of our status as on a level with  the best of the other oru'.'iulsed employes,   and   In   one   very  iniporliint  tracts   for   doing     development   and  assessment work on mineral claims.  F. Saunders and Win. Puffer came  in ,on Saturday from Laforme creek,  where Mr Saunders had a contract;  ioc assessment work on lhe Adair  group.  The True P.hie property near K.*i->!o  is turning out well, and hai 10 to 11'  inches of ore in a ledge nine feet in  widi'li. The oie assays-i'-j percent  and small gold \alues.  A. F. Rosenbprger, of Nelson, has  organized the North western Development Syndicate, to take over tl.e  Oyster and Camborne groups of free  milling propeities near Camborne.  J. Keighlv, who i.s interested in  -Jordan Pass, believes lie has a large .  deposit of low grade, ore there. Assays give' up ti)' ,*G gold, and 20 o7>\  silver, He left fur, his locations on  Tuesday,    - ,-'',,  F. McCarfy reports thnt the wash  on his placer claim on Smith cieek is  iinproving in appearance and he lit 8  insirirjlcil lhe men to sink on il,e  rim which they have been following  with' a \iew to _ picking up the pa\-  htreak. "  N. T., Edwards returned from tie  , Hig Bend a few days ago in company  with C. Hansen and It, Uluckinoif.  He prospected tlie. country between  Smith creek unci the Sewimur Pas--'.  Ihey staked one' claim which looks  promising ;.s a gold property,, but have  not vet had assavs on it.  A strike of the richest ore. yet  found in tlie mine is reported from  lhe Bosun, where three feet of ore,.of  which two feet ia clean steel galena  ,and grey copper of high values, has  been developed, The force of the  mine is being increased.  yard.   This work i.s a good example of   respect abend of Ihe oilier orders-as  the i ngineerii'g'skill  which the Into '  Supt. fJuchestmy b-v.ight to lhe com  pany's aid.  The U. It. T. of A. request us to express their thanks to I lie people of  rtevelsLoke, to the Ladies Auxiliary of  the Trainmen's 'union, and to the other  brothel'lloods for the practical help  and sympathy extended to them in  lilt- recent strike.  When Mr. Wliyle. passed Ihrbtmh,  in conversation with Conductor  Steven-*, the'able representative of lhe  trainmen, In- expressed .ihe opinion  th*il there should have been no slrike.  The tr;u-km>'ii| he. said, were enliil-d  to the same consideration as the otln r  branches of th" service.  An officer of  the G. P. It. who bus  nut- picsident will show no doubt in  bis , ivptH't-.--in cmir adjusting our  suliedttle nt Montreal for the ciilire  .ly-teni With lhe gelleinl liiallagel.".  The circular adds that .the protective  board IliUt'ts Lite management again in  Febru try or March.  But  Drmiet hit one day on the idea    the fullest nniHdeur*'nf  the-uiployes,  llieir botises, the, ranchers, who should,  have, (ir.st-consideration, have waiie^fpa  tit.'iilly for   llitee  only a pack 'trail,  or-', four vcars w.t'.l  lion. F. W. Ayiuier, of Cr.-'clen, luis  located the Pnthfitider claim .on the  inic-ij: deposits recently discovered by  Prji-C ttrid V'v������us til I lie Bij,' Uendd  of util'-'ing the well-known absorbent  properties of the--kin and tissues. He  reflected that this was in point of fact  the way always employed of treating  itn internal '.disorder '.'locally' anil setting ni.it from I his principle, he drew  up the formula of a pt-.-pai-ation in the  fqini of a cii'scenl-yhnpi'd jilaster.  which is applied to ihe mastoid pro-  ce:(s, the 'swollen ''part of the skull  behind the ear, exactly underneath  .which'- aie 'sirtinted (hose infernal  parts of the auditory organ of \'\ hich  we liave just been speaking. To these  external, applications an nuxilinry  treatment is generally added whenever  there is any inHammationdt the none  or throat,dr ivhere aiitiseptic precautions ,������re necessitated by soine discharge froilv the, ear. The rui'ativ-e  treatment, (herefbi-i;,.differs in nearly  j eveiy rase, but. tsiteinal applications  j are always the fouridation of it.  I. Drnuet;s firsl.dexperiiiients in (his  ���������j method were made at Pa lis, at the  Institute bearing his nairie (Iiislitul  Drouet), and the results that he obtained there were so reninrka'ble that  two establish inputs' (if the ua'iriP kind  have lately been founded, one at Bros-  tvfo.unfl W-'���������:'������'ijn: iit ^nd������ni TUv-  i> Supt. Downie.'of Nel.-on. The men  throughout, the service would do anything for him, and are full of admiration for the fair spirit which hu has  always slipwu towaids lliein,.  No ('nicer had a inore aiiximis lime  'luring the sti ike than the. l-ito Mr.  Duchesiiiiy;1 When it was atiiKiunccd  that the strike was over iir. Du.cliea-  nay reinaiked to a friend that, if he  could live for another liimdred yent-fs-  he would hope, nev.ei'.iigaiirto see such  'an'olhe'i* strilie.    ���������"  The Imperial Limited will he,lakeli  off on October 1st, and the 'white-*  schedule reverted tti. It was hot in*  leiidedto uiiike. the ,t*h'a ngivt.il] Oct.  lolh, lint owing to the state of the  track as. the l'.-siilt of . the: strike tlie  present time could not be inade. ,     '  ;' Peter Righter, the 0. P. R. engineer  who was burned iii the rcc'-nl railroad  accident and had his foot amputated,  is doing nicely at St. Paul's hospital.  The good Sisters ,*u e giving "Pete'" the.  best of care and lie hopes to soon be on  the "box" again.���������World.  Tin: Fort Steele, coinpany which is  organizing ihi'-'fCnnt-imiy- Centnil tail-  waypnipnyf.*? t0'b;ijjii \)\>}l\\ ttJ'C^jjVct  MINING NOTES  ['rosiioclors and niiiio-owni'iv nrc inviteil In  (.'(iniribnlo to tlm ICooi'i'-SMY Nail inform-  a lion of ii rulliililci chiirnctor rPKiirdin^r their  properties, dcici-ibiiii** snrfaco cliowln^.-i,  (lovolopinunt wni'k nnd results altr.ildili',' it,  ii-i-iii.v.", iiii.l liuw (ll^oiivisi'lus, Tlie editor  duhiros lo make tin: ".Main a nic'inu of  furiiisliini,' to investor-- relinlilo infornnitipii  concern In-; tlm priwetfs mul dcvolopnicnt  of tbuinlnurttl resources of N'ortli Kootcn.iy.  Onlv -10 men tire at work on tho Lr,  Iloi.  The Tenderfoot, at ivamloops, liai  l>LJen bonded for $50,000.  Placer  mining  on   Perry  creek, in  I'i tst Iiootenay  is  averaging #19 perl  day per tiiau, ������������������ ��������� -7  '���������Tho clitaiiyup of tlie. Cniiboo II)*  drnulic company this season lias been  disappointing. *���������  Ueve.lopuient work j.i to bc'iesuuied  on the Poorinan by the. Duncan Mines,  in id (0 niPii will be employed.'.'  The Mount Maria group, Siiiiilka-  nieon, lias been ' bonded by A. Gallin-  ger, of .Oshkosh, AVis., for 8100,000    ?  , Geo. Clark returned on Friday 'from  Standard? B-ixiti,' where he had lieei)  doing iifsHssment work on his claim,   y  The Ophir-Lade mining syndicate  has been incorporated with a capital  of .$120,000 dm'ded into 000 shares of  .*:, each. . '       , ,  The Diifynnia liiine, on Howe  Sound,; has been acijuired by a syndicate of Montreal capitalists who intend  proving its worth.     v  A' lead of from 10 to 30 feet wide  has been discovered on Ferry Creek,  in    East   Kootenay,   und   shows   free  1). W. . Moure., ore buvcr fur tho  Trail sniclteiyis of the. opinion that  better times are immediately ahead of  the silver-lead camps if the Slocan,-  Lend shows an upwind tendency and  although -silver continues weak, he is  of tho opinion that, it ulso will soon  recover lost ground.  Assessments uii the. following claims,  have been filed at Ileu-lstokc : Gulden Hill, h\* Gils-Lund ; Kitchener and  Ualdie, by" J. A. Leslie: l'Vu-Bell,  Grand View and Arabian ��������� by L,  Adair; Shamrock, Mammoth, Victoria,  iJelcliet;, Maple. Leaf, by D.- Wuolsey j  Victor, by A. P. Levesijue,  Gulden people ate taking qreat interest in the discoveries of micaiiiadi:  by Messrs. Price ,nnd Evans ntthe  |!ig Bend, nnd F. J. Deacon has arranged lo pack out some of lhe mica  to Golden. ' Hon. F. W. A\ liner, a  well-known , Golden rPaidp.nt, hna lu-  caiuil another claim on the discoM'iv.  The following claims have been re-  coided at Ileielstuke : Copper King,'  by C. M. Fraser; Copper Prince, by  N. T Edwards, and Copper Queen, by  C. Hanson, all on Gieeiy creek ; Imperial Fraction, by'Ni IIuinpl)ii-\S) on  Keystone j All Gold, by D. Woolspy  -J. W. Jacksoii ; Gold Leaf, by F, Me  Carty, and Johaniiesbuig, by G, Lund,  all un Ground Hog Dasiii.  The' Miner ������ays ihat- Mrs. Mary  Henderson and F. Fuhnerha\e bunded  the Jieatrice, on Mohawlc cieek, to J,  lloiicher, of Nelson for PoO.OOO. The  ore i". galena and grey copper and  HID,000 him been shipped tn lhe Trail  smeller, The last lot realized ������]'J0 u -  ton The lend is L'o feet wide witli ii  piy cluitp uf from 1-0 inches,to 3 feet,  It is reported that D. G. McNeill,'of  lhe Silver Cup, has been appointed to  prosecute development woik, for which  a large fjree of men will be put on,'  Under the oper.itions of the AuiPii-  can lead trust the American producer  gets -Ic. per i'o. for his lead, whereas  the Canadian producer gets n cent nnd  a half. The limit put on the production of the Coetir d'Ahiine mines by  the.trust has itritnted the ptoducer.s  there nnd n rupture is threatened in  which case it is staled I lie. trust will  look to Ihitis'u C'lluinbi.-i for a'lnrmi  port ion of ils supply, and thus imprint)  the lucid  iiiaiket.  ������. A. CROCKETT.  An Old Timer Gono,  E. A. Crockett, our of tlie locators  of the Nettie L, and who held a half  "inletest in it with W U. Pool, died at  Crnigelliidiie on Friday from heait  disease. ...Deceased sold hi-< interest in  tlie,tNettin L. for-i?-.'l(J0, and purebred  }>\r. 'Wills:,f,irm at Ciaigellachic, where  deceased had since lived.  " Tlie' rermiiin' ������'en- brought to Jb-v.  ftlstiiko for interment Monday mrriiing  by 1'. J. ljossiey, a neighbor of deceased, and left Mr. Hijwsnn's undertaking pallors at o p. m, for the Methodist Cli'iircli, where set", ice. was held  by Hev. Mr. Lad tier, who again conducted service at the gravp. H, N,  Coursier, P. 'Peterson, J. Morgan, J.  McMahoii, A. McRae, and A. McNeil  were pal! bearers. . ,  Deceased lea vex. a widow, who was  unable, to attend ;. the funeral owing to  illness, and two children; He was 15  years of ojjp. at the time of -lijs death. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  tc   ���������' xj i-   i   3 v -* * 3 :-v.  5-5 *C*   9  lib  Cliallenjfi- Cup. Tickets will be iSsm d  el Si. Ticket.-, may be obtained i'i oin  \V. Smyth*1, --ceii t:*ry. or :;l  the t'.ui-  ,1   I.I    \)V  l_   .-I'lii   IS  ���������,���������-������   (Jo.'- Mel ,',  Toe li.di'jii'i.di-ut iJiiiii h-'t-e been in  c. i ni ti i mi n alii,11 \\ iiii lhe col n in it lee i'i'  the Kamloops Fair with a view to pio-  1 vidiii^ the mu.-ic and have arranged an  ! en^.i^eu.cit.  j     B.   It.   Atkins   makes the excellent  , Mif-jjjeMion   that   ;i  pai ty be organised  in   Iii-velMokc  to   \i>ii Xnku.-p on the  orra-i"ti of t ii,'.I.iinicliing of the .- ti-ain-  -hip Hevi-l.-toke.  It.   Jl.   Uiuvthe  b.i-- >hown iireal ��������� n-  ���������^^^���������'^^^^^^^^^^^^1^ II'   "^'   iPn,y[']v  b.i-- >hown .ureal - n-    pieion   of  ^      Mh^^Y"^^^^M^tQ.Y?4, ' teipiiM-.nid   ]iubiie  -pii-it in pioviding   o.ttra-e.  ^        W,f^' \J$^&^S*f$$* i ;lL l!u' !"lrii "*" i:i- >���������������������������������������������" ;l i-eiuliiif,' r< um,   ,    Th ,u  6������*  ���������(=. tj^'fea $ i        ' "he n-'* of n|,i,-l) !,,. tender:- fiee to the . I'e v_d.iv>-;  G*  , His Condition Critical,  On Friday evening news reached  here that I're;.ident MrKinley had  been shot at the BufTnlo exposition hy  :i man named Leon C/.->!gosse. an  Italian anarchi.-l. Several unairhi.-ts  have been  a I rested in   t/liicngo cn *-\is-  [ the great tents are credited with hold-.,  i in"];.      Theie   is   a   splendid monster  E/i Mennifi'iie,    v.liich.    bv    the    u-:iv.    i-> '  ., f-nijicly di-liiict and -ep-irnle from the J  . Wild   {Jenst   t-iiiov-, ������hi(li   cnn-iNis of  j all kinds of saving: lnutes exhibited in  startlin" performances in n huge, steel-  haired ciicul.ir  cage, tho same as sppn  in European  capitals.    Then there is  a   real .Roman    Hippo,home,   and a  world of wonder.-', which  space.forbids  a 'detailed account of here.     All in all,  the   (beat   Pan-American   .Shows   are  held to be a most sui prising nt.tJ pleasing unification of  all   that   is new and  HARDWAR  GB32&BBSSZ.  sascsEax;  szsas-rasaassssa  pieion   of   being, connected   u ith  t he j wollfiPr'fy ]   in   l!l(!   K,*p.*it  ciu-us ������oi Id  o.t ra'_re. ^    ,  j ;(|1(-    (1(;|,    j)f,,,|,ji:    n, ,y   (-xp>cl   to   bi  y.iung nieii i i i In- town.  i-ti'nelr.inxiely fm the(ir>l . .,���������,.,,,.,,j-,^. ;('i.*p,-we,l at   the  m-.nellous  *.M-*i*l!ii-  shooting ]~a lil.-.-il | exlu'l.itiiin whi.-li will be seen here.  poiM.i.iugshoiil.l   set   io, but tbeuiedi- ;      ���������_[>������������������.   B|���������lW   ���������;������������������   ������,, to Vitiiom tVum  . * -     IA  You c:r.l gel Cameras' &   KodakS''   A  line 7"i-ilnv.-  Piano Case Oip.n. ' <'f,!   ������������������"'������������������  <'"--i'i"'' "Il  d.-ui-e,. is   nou ; i;PlL.|ai'���������ke  ",',., ���������     .      v,\. i'lai'-'-l tvpe.  kev board lomh and ned-   "Vi'f and that the ili-t n.gui.-lied patient ]  li'jin us 'it tne L.;->'.u:n pnees.    \\ c ��������� ��������� ��������� .< . ��������� .     ,    -., ..,���������.....���������..   ��������� ,  ' , al-, .-nine as  upright  piano.   '1 Ins  iii-'Hnnitmu'       ,. ;  keep  a  lar^c  supply   and  all< the ! ^.j, uiui'tiL inu-t be .-old oi  lettuned 'to      One bullet lodged in the breast bone. '  Fittings  and   Chemicals  for you to ; Tun..,!.., can  be seen at A. McLenn's !1'--<- ������th"_i' bas not been located hut is '  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  , store, Jli-Cai ty Block.  . -...     ���������   supposed U> be in  the muscles of the i, 'bivCiuriifhers returned  from Trout  complete pictures.        _     u , I   (>A h,,,-,,- l.elongiog to C: JJ. Iluuie ^-! bil,t;k- ,,���������.,, ���������     i I^ke last evening  Thia *ib  the weather lo gel ore ' <j,,. got. loose in tillable on S.tmb.v I    1 l'nyT Uw, the Pl,���������(,l'lU- n-cyvw-y j    G   y<   yh.ClxvU.v   n,lm���������u,a    Flidiiv  don't deiav.  and   kicked   another   hoi si'   there   so  were  offered ' in   the churches of   Ibis,  bi.  i'i  Revelstoke B. 0.  I vii'inuslv  lhat   the   wound, of   .he in- ! ci,-v on   Sii.hIhv. and  indeed   through-  | ju.eii  animal   had  to  be hound up by | 0llL lhe "'������������"'������'���������������      ,  ! seventivn stitches. ' |    UulYnln,    Kri.lny,   Scpl.    KJ.-Presi-  V The Mnvor'h.-id'received inlimatio;i.:dt',,L ^''^''Kv took a turn for the  i [You, tl.e Vancouver ,-i,v elerk that hV(l^'''!'' ���������; ������ Hock" this morning and a  I tl.e   aich   which   lie   i, "arranging  to, ^������l:!"1 (';l11 "���������',,,t "Ul to t he physicians  night from'the Lnrdeau.  Aid. Abrahams-tin returned from the  Lai dean on Wednesday. .  -Mi.-s Buck has accepted a position in  the ollice of Lewis Urns, as typewriter.  Aid'.  Nettle  infni in-, Ihe Golden lirn  5������a  amwmwm ���������n���������������" '-w- >���������Wf  JfBBB*SXXnU.<*.Lm.MIVM  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHEa      ;  Miners 0cta<;ciii Steel, Only JesSOp's best'kept.    Picks,   .Shovels,   Barrows  Single and Double Ditled Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  Builders' Supplies���������Nails, Building Paper, LjcUs and Hinges. .  HARDWARE ONLY, W. M. Lawrence, Revelstoke  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i  ,    L'lolh-', Blinds, Wall Paper,&c  ypcond     Hand    FuiniltiiH  Bought and Sola.   Waiehimse fur Storage of Furniture at monthly rates.  Vr,r,tfor Pianos, Organs, and Cwirg Wachin 9.  JbrC  SZOWSOIT.  MUCH ADO, ABOUT NOTHING  ' is not in ,oiir line but we have now in stock the finest line of*.  .Serges and Worsteds ever bbown.' Vou should always keep  a good bhicl-i suit by yon, tee us before urderitig,        *    '    '  "' i imild'W," .rrn.������.,7 U^ZZ^U i nnd   1,),J,,,,'",'* ������f   ll"' ���������,������'������������; "��������� ''������ ' l!,",t" U ",,P ������f U'e h^ ������{ K^  l ' ..,',., . . ; Buffalo.- ' ' .1 stoke,  , niriipv one ol the   liest.positions 111 the " I ������ ���������  I course of the royal procession.      ��������� '    At-Hi,eIot*K lIj..lnilli.li.iMii(lhisdwitli ���������     K. A.  Biadley, C.ipt. Hughes and J.  BORN.   might'occur at any  time i'lom heatt i C.   Alenoher,   returned    from   Smith  Jhere   was   no  ,ne,t,ng,,t  ���������thecilv|0J.luulsli()n<      ' - | creek last night.  council on i'ridav owing to lie absence I      i , /-....,.  ,,,���������  n,,, ���������,-������������������. ��������� n-   i     . 1    , I       .    ,.    , ..'..       .    <��������� .    ���������  At (>:.-50 the Pivsicent rnlbed, nnd nt       if. K. Gillis,  the popular inspector  li  T^iv- -At   Kevelstoke,  Sep.- 0-h, I t        .    -d T ^-.'v    Z       R I SsW '^ ^^ W-W' "^"^ h*   ������" ** ������^ ^-itnient C������������������ ,nny,  ,o M��������� and Mrs. .1. B, llnnLy, a j ^u^Lj^i s ! "   t^T^^'l 'T .f"!' Ti ?* I "^ "^ ^' ^ WWk' '  daughter. pecte(?thereuill.beainee,i,g.onight.i    " '^ ^-P'^ent  had a fighting     ^^^ ^^  ()f Ull, TopiP| llIld  his sonii-what ii))|)i*i>ved dining the  past few hour--. There is .-i.better ie-  s]>onse to stimulation. He i.s conscious  and free from pain ;  pulse 12S, temper-  MARRIED.  f  pecled mere wlll-liea ineetitg tonigln. i cj,.ltK,(1  J'oirriiW-On   Sept.   Slli,   lo   Mr.  and,!     jj. R. Atkins and Dr. Carrulhers had       La tei".-The    President', "cot.dilion  Mr-. J. Port er, n son.   , under consideration  the, orgnnisntitin  TaVJ/jh--AtTr.iut   Like, on  Monday j of  a   cricket, team   to lake.in lhe Kr>  Sept.   Oth,   ]yOI,   to  Mr.  and-Mi-. ['lowna   fair, but as the cricketers there  tTho.s.'Taylor, a daughter. i refused  to  hold  the  match on one of  Scott���������On Sept. Ilth, to Mi, and Mis.'! the. fair days  the  proposal has fallen ' ature IKJ-S.  . M. J. Scott, a son. .     - through.  ' The Fines! ���������We are speaking of I ho j  .appearance of   eveiy suit that cot lies j  ' from  our hands.    J'dtch' one i.- invari- '  1!i:io-Bi;oU'n-.\i Vnncouvci.on Sept. j ably a linecul, a (ine lit, and the finest- j  .     .*!id,   by   Uev. ..I.   McLeud, W. It. j dressel-s   in   lo.vu   wear   them.      Wi-!  Mcid:'   of     Jji'M'L-t'oke,    to     Miss ; make   every  endeavor to   please yon. j  (jl.tdvsM.  IJiown. ���������>.        i Our fall slock of goods challenges yimr |  ndmirntion.���������,1. JJ. Ci'i-ssmnn.       .    V  On  .Wednesday  afternoon  A\d. Mc- ;  .deuce  of  .Air. 'Hugh Bruce, by'the ! L"od was badly injured at ihe C. P. K. j ,-n ion oi"Kevel-(,nke. held  on   Monday, i on a visit to the city, the guest of Capt  Kev.   W.   OVCnldei,   Alfred John < "hop   by   being   crushed   against 'lhe | ,t was resolved :    ������������������ That owing to I he I Tayloi.  W, Ivirknp had to return on his way,J  JJi'm'civSi.mm ii.*r--At    Iie.vebloke    on  'J'uesdav,   Sept.   lOlh,   at the re.-i  F. C. Elliot!,' of Trnufc Lake, were  visitois to the city this week. '  J. Laughton, the.jiojiiilni' propiietor  of the Lardenu ho!el, of Ferguson,  was in the city on Tuesday.  IL Davis, of Ferguson, returns to  Kevelstoke   on   Saturday  to woik for  1 (i  i the Kevelstoke. Lumber Company,  T.   J.   Barron,  formerly of Donald  school, and  lately of (iolden, has been  ,, i appointed to the Ladysmith school,  J.  B.  Cre'-siiian  le'tiirncl on Friday  from a   tiip  lo ,I he Lardenu, where be.  repoi Is having done good business.  IL   Pathani,   who   was   confined lo,  At a meet nig of  the   Liberal Associ- j Kamloops   Hospital  for  two week������, is  '"* * ' i*---Ti Ji"n t irfciP^titi-rtM-���������ilt'MOilj^l  Meeting of Members.  x     ' LIMITED,  '   " Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  Mining Supplies,"  Hardware Department, G-10-12 Cordova Street  Ship Chandlery Department, 8-iO Water Stre*  ������fr^���������+*~bm+m, +m.*+  9  I     ill.  Cno Bloolc from C P It Dopot  and Steamboat Wharves  Rc-turnislicd and Ro-modellod  r.atcs $1.50 to $2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,'Proprietor, ". Vancouver,   B.C.  ,a. ly   increasing  population in lirit-  ljrttce   to   JJiibt- fSiimiiill,  both of j dooi'wny hy  a moving tender.   Sever- ; i,,,.^  Kamloops.   '                     ' \ "I i'il'-< were fractured am] lie  i., suiiVt- I i>h tulumbia, th.1 growing needs of lhe , U) lh, Big [j,,,,,, ,������������������  lV| ok ,������������������.,      ���������, .,���������  -   ��������� | nig considerable pain   though   in   no i i-mvince, the large estent of the lerri- ���������  DIED. j dinger,   .    ...  !��������� j    The cily (  :JL\NiifliV--Al l{evcl������)i|kc on Sept. ."iiii , iV-mi Ciein-in'  Vancouver Engineering Works,  '" B \::;Z2;J':^::::::Z'^^ Founders, Boiler  Makers and  Machinists,  .'i k, has received a leller v1 from the iseat of government, the need !     ,,������.',,    , ,,,-,,,.      ,,   ,, ,, ' Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.  ,-������,.,     I   , . ,��������� , ���������        '     1*. BJcLarl v, and L. McDonald ot the        ',,  .        ,, ;' ������.  Superinti-ndeiit Marptile, : of   con-tant advocacy   of   our claims, i ,,       ,    n        .,,., ,, ,���������,./,,    ' .. ��������� ,  ,  c, ,    ^ o Im vet lie most vein plutc JJAl'Hl.M-.itillOr mul I-'OUNIUIV iMjin{imciil wc>t of Toronto  .  . .., r       ...      .;. , ,, ,,  ..,.,���������,--,,���������     r   ���������,,. i <-"iiia(i,t i.;i ng ano uoti.v l.,'. s sioie, leit forlbc uniiiufucturcol -  j.i.m.-. i,i--., i i.v,.^.^.,.^ .... -j- r..w... ,       ��������� --, ,,,'������������������ >; ������������������*���������   ,       ��������� , ���������,   " ,. ; : (J.nuKla J.'1-ng nndljoo:; U.'.sstoie, left  the   infant,   (lniighlcr of   Jii-.^imil . *'--ilinjf   llm -i-miy-niiy  will  carry  U'i-o  .lhe   ail-ipiat.-   midcislandiiig   <.r   oui*'if|U,   {l]>,, U]lr  uH|u,  ������������������   y,lU,rj.lv alll]  '    i\Ir.-. il. j. Uanlrtiry. "   ,       the,mineral e.\hil.iis for I he IleveNloke ' fe.-ou! ( cs,   it   N   absolutely   necessnrv    I(.,in.nrti ()���������r\vl.t|n,,i.dav. '  ,, ���������.     .,   ,,  ,-    ii,, i-  l-,,,1   'arch at  A'nncoti'ver  on 1 in1 occasion of   that,  ljtiti-ii   Uolumbi.i   should  haven . , ���������'  Llt.'H'M/n -At (.imgi'llnclne on Sept. ,..,,,,        ,     ��������� - -    ������������������ V,    '���������   - ,���������       !     Mr   \\     K    II -i.i  of Il,-i,l \\- Vnmii������  lie i ova   vi.-it.    :> r. ^ at poe ex ore.-ses    ivpresenlnlivi) in the Dominion cabinet ;     *UI*   >>-   u' ." m' "' Ul R1 <-V.loi.ngt  , Cab, K. A. Crockett, aged J"\  the hope that lhe e.Nliibil, will prnvc of ' at Ottawa, and Hint a  copy  heieof be | niHM-ni'd mi  Sunday morning with his  Hydraulic Giants, Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars, ���������  Ore uckets, Steel yVheelbarrows, Stationary, Marine and Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine'Repairs, Sheet* Iron and Steel  Work,  j advantage  to Kevelstoke and district,    sent lo tl.e  Hight   Iloiinfnble Sir \Vil  bride.    We  wish  Mr. and Mrs.' Keid a  Wc Inivc in slock far iliiiin.diuli1  dclivrry I'0|I,|-:i{S,  KN'tflN'J'Js', pfJH S   Olti-' C-VfiS  ,.-,-,, ,  ���������.   r,  ,,,,        -,,,.������      ' lon'tr and bannv wedded life WHKIOI.nAHItUW'.Siuut MINING mid S.WV.UIU, .AlACIIINKItV ul' even* dcscrinticii ��������� ulnd  :     At   Vancouver   InM.  week   uasccie   > bul L'auncr and  \\ , Gallther, M IV        mug anu u.ipp^ ucouuu.ie, , FMj-i,KHT^^  I hrated  the welding of Ensineer Jen- .    The e>.t,i,bli-hment. of a club room  m |     Mr.  McGregor,  editor of  the West-   '"id&U I Uhb.  . >  ^ , kins nod Miss Lawrence,  boih of thi.s' 'connection   \\ ith the association,   and \ minstei-   Review,   the   oignn   of   the  \\. A. Cbiliiher, M. P.,  will lie in the   (ij(Vi     T]j(i   |-);ippv   t,���������,ip|e   ���������.(1,a (J.l:,t    lhe urging on the government to take | Presbyterian Church, was- in the city  city on Sunday,   , M1|'||c, ^j^ MK() .(|'Kj wi]| vjail llu, p.|(w ' active!\   in   hand  the   placing of  the j ������������ V������'edne?day while on a tour of 13. C.  Tlie  Eagle says their is a Mirplu-ji'f   Aiiierican   exhibition,   Toionto    and , t'i\'<'t'above  U'evel-toke  in a flrst-clas������ !     ^   Whitnall, of   (he   C.   P.   K.  eu-  labor at Ferguson. ' t������tli*-i- p������<int.-*.    \\'e  wi.-h, ihem all joy   comlilion  for navigation, now  that a | gi���������e,Vd office hei'.-, and biolher-iu-lnw  The cei.Mis t-hows, lhe pupiilation of    anil happiness. , .       "teamer is to be p;it?ui, were discussed, j ()f lhe j.,u, jj,._  D,K'hebiiay, returned  Kamloops as I,.jiU.  '     M.   Wilson, 13.  A., u ho ha.-been,-.p.' ''������ul  committees appointed   to obtain^,,,   Tuesday'from allcndiiig  the sad  Trv  MatV  bin ber shop, ne.\l Cref-s*.. ' pointed   principal   of   the  Kevelstoke paiticttl h*m and repoi t.                          ,   j obsequies at Vancouver,  '   . ,     ,                    , ,   (,,   ,t  ,,.         - It was .-tat I'd lu.it Mr. O-niib h-1.- estt- .  School as -ticees-r.*' to'Mt, hulb\an. ts  uiniis.  Mr..Steed has a'line nop of egg  phiius in his garden in the lower town,  T. lb Cinlev has taken ovei D- Ken������  licilv'n interest in IL Gordon'*} black-  iinitb shop.  . i Mi ii ii.ii.es in' 1 !i.i !,i !s in.ti ci tn  fill ier.i at,J{. IIou-iiii iv Co'.-. Lnige  .-['ci k j*.:st an i\ i d.  yea i  A. ' Graii.it    Ih������ (���������!:>��������� of   li;t- h.-.-l cat-  den-    ill,  lilt'    i ii-V,    ,i;;d    i;i>    rt'>;������  ;-f  onio:1.-, p.it snips, carrot-*, and ea,bliat������er  |.o-T    A   fox   leirier pup   ������ith   I wo    i,.hl.    |,,., ,,  ;1   ,,;t;,t  -ucc -,���������-.    In fiuit. '  blown spot-no bead, linder will oblige    ;,[,,, {'i;ui,il h)-< -iicc<'s-fuliy giown the"  . by iidvi.-im; J. Show. ' D'.iches.-   of Oidenbuig appl,-, and t.!i-  The Ga'/.-tle notili-'S that K-v-l-toke    C'lhnubi i , ra-'pli'rry.     Tt)������  !-itt������r--i-> a  Station will cea-e to b.-a iiioney onl-.T    validly ��������� but liu!^ known b-i*, i- on-' t-i"  olbi e after Sept. J^U'li. ' h*- liiu'-t -mall fi nil- ������.������ h is e >e"!i.  J,   (V   Moiilgi-unrv   was biotight it- '���������     W|J   ���������f-fl-c-'and   th.t.   M--. Galiiii-r.  innti'i of  the necessnrv improvements-* |     *5Il'*s* f';iu".l(,',(������' ;>"^ '^i^ Woodward,  to fuilv opett  (he riv,-i- for navigation ', 'vll������ 1)11VL' ���������,l't'1* I'lmvnssiiiR the Lardeau  H*Un   l,'l,i,r tt.T  l,|,'",,L'r-    ���������yr;":   aboveRevelstokeamounledtoSmOUO!1"^'1"1'  lhl'  iH-spitnl, .'elurned  Wed-  n ,ome0 htgbiy  recommciKleu, ana o Iu; llliu](i tn - ntt^av night and have done .plendidly.  ..-,   h-'Cll    pnuc'p.il    oi   lilt-    >i)| illiin n , ' l'ui-L"is(ili   and   Trol'l  I>ake each -idilnd  ..',,, .- .    , have the  m.-ces-arv ainoimt lirtividi-rl i ftf-.-i-"' '"'������   in������.i-i L/at,i (ti(.n aimed  iionl,   lU'iir   iiit    ii'itit.tfe   tol*   two    . ,, .    " ���������        .    .    .. nbniii :-!'>()!) to  r t-,.. j ,< j|siw  .,,,,] it,.,,. ,.���������i.  foi* at lhe  cnuilug bi:=stoti uf  the Dn- ��������� 'll,lU1' '^-Wl'l"  ,'u'1   i.isifi-nut liiej (til-  a  In other of K. S. Wiii.-on. thy wt-1,1  Icnouii   tailor and  clothier.    Ml'-Wil-  -o  In  Corrcfpphiiciicd solicited nnd carefully attended lu,  OFFICE,AND WORKS Foot of Heatley Avenue  Vancouver, B. 0.  ayers  0  e  tii'nioii P;t; lininent.  The difference between renL<|ia\ iuy and ibe Hirbeck plan of Kent Purchase.  .   Rant Plan Birbeck Plan  Pay 8io oi- Sis l't-'r month for tin: I'jiv from $10 to Si? per month for  ���������use of somebody e!se> b.ouse for .0 llie" u,c of-H hoUK for ten  ipr.lurl     ������ftif"l          tt,M,l        tv'lln.,1,:,.'-        |,        ' VCrtl'l".       At     t 10 01)001   I ill t  tl 111C  t llO ..      ,,                  1        r    , I      .     , -  ledei m-j.    yupt,   uiipnt i.r,,    '''������fc i.f    ,,-,,,,.,,.,              . At  the end  of lh;U  time yon oivti  kindly (dli-ri'd ilium a piu-s over the   '--.inUJoui o,\t.b tl.e House a,Hl n.ouu, ���������       t_     ^   , j  ROSS  liiii; ah wi-ih so thai the Mlcce.-*- of their  mis-ion   will   Iind  them   lots of woik.  With   worker-!   like   lhe>e   ladies lhe  ~*~ , ; Jlevulsloke ho.-'pital  cannot fail to be a  Italian Scab's Fall Out-The Bench ; ���������������"K������*',������-'���������t !-w^"-  Fines Offender.  r uliei llllf  fiom    Key-tone     \-'-l.eiu.iy  11 vim riietmi.il ic fever.  Iii-   repot ted .it Tn ll!  bik-'lb.it   II.  Me|,lier-(ei ' i-   to   b.1   .ip;n -1.lt i'.l   C'-ud  ,  Comiiii---ion-r.it K--\ ")>i"kc.  The ti.'M nii'i'ii:1.'' nf tin- C'ui-iy  ('..iiit will I,.- hid 1 al I'.'-i e'-l-iki- on  S-pt. 1-ib .;ik! i'ii- Jjiipieiii ' I'niiri on  O.l. IIMi.  T������ii\ n- <"' I' ili'.l Hand ni," in ' he  .-c.iliing iriMlch.it lid I'-n i.ige I'm tie-  eh imj:ioii-hip (d tin: \\<ui.l by two  l-'ii-lb-.  .1 II. Jai rC-nil, necoiiu'iint for tie*  b'-vel-li ke Wine ,n d Spit it Company,  b,i- Inkeil ill" hoii-e on Tllil .1 Stl eet,  11 i ently oi copied b\   II. l*'ilr\,J.  We .lckino* |. ..!_'.'   jeii-lpl of  lhe|i,*.-l  i,inub;'r.of lhe bady-uiith L'*..irb-r. pub-    ���������..., -i:_j>r-,-f*fJ-  li-ln-d b_\ T. b. (iiahaui". mi uhoui the   "j-.-.-i-j;c-1<-���������<J.  M. P., i-r-poM-  lo.-id-Mv.-.r tu-et-ii'.'.        j.-ruii ]r..r,���������r w.atll.1,  tj,._. ']inf,   0���������  ��������� lin inu' I be (���������('���������ninK  M'j-ion or  the Do  minion   > ailument   ,-i   giant of H'i'i W<    );lU,\]]rJ   ,,n   the   -'*"!V   rl  inturday'niid marked   bi-   trip  by  .   d... "  n   ,-craj)  fi.i tin- r-iviiii.n ,.,-,.  biiKl-oi.i" lu.l.l-   iiril��������������������������� t|i0   .���������_,',   f|;i._,,lf.,,    . r    }{,,_  ing fi-r po-t oiilce, i is-' oiii-.d-'pai I riii-nt     I",,.,'.  indirlii*!*   |)iMi.'ii.:,ni   t-ov *-i ioi '-n! pin--    |\It_]ir.,. a )l(| i(,,,, ��������� - ,,���������  pi-i-. 'i'i>.' builil'ug ll.ii lie !r.c,lt>'d i i  ,, ei-iit 1* il I ">11 in:I .i lei "i ill be ' iii'-! I i.c-  I'.l of bl I! I>* "!   ������������������'   ���������', e.  the   rontpayer 'ha:-   u   package   of   vonr   Home   and   save  money ever  receipts. ' after.  i/ur further informatioii apply to  i *   '     r  LEWIS BROS., General Agents, or to G, S. McCARTIiR, Solicitor  v o   >',;   them.  ���������U'lVtKCI.M/.SKOltKTAHV'o UKKICK.  Hi- I"'aini-llie l.iciitciiHiit tt.-ivuriicii* lin-. been  ,.      ,,.,    !,,..,,,;,,    |> ,,,,.,       in-7 laini-llie l.ii'iiU-HHiit ir'jvt-riifii* niii been  '.'���������."     !r ,' ���������"���������-">    H.ll-ni     pi .mul ���������,'Mii.iK':tli������l,'i]lowiiinii;i|i(,iiiiiii(.'iil:  I'V-       I ')''    ''U.-C1-     V. C'lC ���������ii-il .Si-'iloiiibi-l1. KIM.     i  CHURCHES.  -;'. h'.ri.i:*-! ;ri'!;( if.  A -];'(*i;ii lii((till������r   of   tiie   I.ililie-  T.ii'iit Society id" S:. Peter.- i.Ii'ireli  uiJi I.c lield ::{ the vje:il-;iMT' (Ji:  Wi dncrdriy S' pt i ���������j'.h. ;;f 1 p. m.  A.- iiripurt'.'tir. bii*-iiic.--> '[���������> U> be  f'dl    ntf'.nda'i''''   i,-  ��������� mi    ','>  't-.i  h-.'i'd  l-*fi.fc   M  '..,:*.i-.-.   -I. Id  < iiiii*j( I   v.-;!li   ,  Itiil.'iti  liimc i I'd;', y.   i;v' -triivinc  ,-       ,,.'.|,   ,    ;         i   ,,',,!' -ri ", lh-HniK.i1 tin: hnnr-iiiint (i'lMTiinr lia-liuon  Jillll   ..l.ll .L   !. L.ilIiU     li.ill't)'. J IK* ���������:,.,.���������) to   ni.iki- the   Ifilleuilu'   niMKiilltinull^  i'i,;i 1*'0 'i".lin-' tie'  i" d' "   in;1'! Wii- fm* the,-rro-.inucor Kuii-li Ci'liiuiW.i:  di-iid-e^i    bi:"-.   ti../  '.ouit-i'r w;ih       ::r.-l .s.!p.....:������,brT. t������*,|.  ,,..-      l-'-i-ei'    -i n f!        ,'"'"1 '''iiniiiifrh on I'mun, nf iln- i-iiy of New  "*   '   ,   ';     '     W"������_--l niiiictr-r.  K-'inin-. to lie n iiu-mIk r of I lie  'be    liejil     l.(,:!'r_r    I'Ai-i i'ii*.': ('uui).jil  of Ui'j  I 1'uv.n.ji; of I!i*ili>h  ., .      ..     '        (VllUllljl.l.  i1!!*   oh   .i joth(.-r  t'i.'OVIS'CIAb rfUCIlKTAUVr- OFK'K'i:.  ���������iV.Jlil  puTilic.it ion M lb (Is (ivdit.  Tl,-   lJ t'-b-  -.ty.--  'h- C.   P. P. b.i*.!-  :?-n-.-: :    !..::1 J '- I:c: ^:;rr r; if !':-" !'.--���������  ( j,,-    : , ;.-;i 2i.,i: :'.-.'.Sf:l     l!:e I Vl!:s-  'ii.'. i.i ni t-'.-* b.ilf th-.- 'mount  limit L".i.'.ii  Mi:a:')L>i.-i i'ii'. ii'!���������  Ihe- i*.i.'   ''h 'L(','i2'J'.*   'iii  'ike*  *.!:'::'*i' ;;''��������� C th-i M-rthi'h~* 'h*;'.".h  **i** ?*ii*12l'i'��������� "* ^.''lu  Cl   F..  SmiMi.  .--. T. L..   oi  THE CIRCUS.  The Pan-America* S^o'4'  Tliu IIoii-iiMblu ./.in*.':- Do-ik'l-i- l'i'oiilicu to be  ^l'j   ,'jtld    >t!iii-t'.rnt']-iii.in,'( mul Atnciilturc, vicu Mr.  J. 11. 1'nrni l, t*i;il*/n<:(l.  '|l,y  Hniidn.bli: Julin Ctlliiuii|,'liillll ]ll*d������li to-  be 1'i-ie. ei' ed Si'i.i*i'(.ir. and .Mini.-lci* of Kdnvii- j  ti'jn. i iu li.": li-jiiotMbi*, J. I), l'lcntlce. ]  l'itovj.vr jai. r-i:i:t:i':jAn\'.-: rivnvK.  iii-llMior tin* bit'ijiciKint (ifii.-riior in Coim  ���������Jl in- bt'.n |)!iii-ij lo uniLi; tin: fullu'.'.iiifc.  .i|i;i'j!IiIi.i.ii*. :  ..'ir-l ri I'tunlx.'--, 17f.fl.  Join? U'l'i/r* Tut:i# r. o,' liej tlty nf ^'P.toria  ���������  0  No Homo Complete Without It,  I'A id, UN  -  Careful Study.      GUY BARBER,  It ib only 'by cartful i-ludy  the druggist beconieb n factot  in'Die strug'.'ie for health and ���������  happiness.     l '  -.iv.'l  get  one that will  keep time.  A  meetinj: i.f ptc- iv|.i*.-.s.-iit.*niv������-    Jw-lov mi   will rmidnd tie*  :-miff  l- ( ,i||i-il .it, (lie II.ill \ "li ,S;itlil"l ilini  f,,i S.-pl. .'.'Oth lo con-iiler Ihcfntni.i-  linjidi' n Join iinli-L- be-tittiU* I'or lin*  I'roi'ince. ' ?  At a ineeiin-j; held AVe.ltic.-d.iy Hi.i<lil.  ;iI <fny J!.-iilii'i'.-, >hi;|t it u-.-i- deridi-il Lo'  liiijii  ���������-.'(Inure-on  ftt-pi. 2^nl, in'��������� nid of  T lie fimd-  for f-'en.flh-K n. foolli.-ill ten in '  lo   Kdiinhiop--  l.o''con!t'rl: U)o'Miiyiit/  "' '-.-j,',':������"i i ���������*,-:,*��������� ! i'.l, '��������� ':,'��������� i ,v  ,ir.rj -i.L'.e -,'.'.- p'"-:'*-f-d F./.ff] for tin  ��������� ippf trnnci* of 'he f-ie.it P.in-/\ n.t-i i a. i r ���������  ���������Show ;iL lb-*,e!>,t'ikc ll'-p'-i iJ t'lO-e  ;il (lie .Mctl,odi.-t ' hf.rcii ;i! J>\'''!- "[)r r,,r|f ���������F'",'f',,ni-. m other ���������;���������!,-(���������������  ,-tok': (ji. Hi:nd;iv next, morning ���������"���������'! fr-.m'������nr v.ui...|. ft'ih-'in*,"*'-.ildri-.'  tnifl cvcniiiL'. Mid' Kev. C Liidnr-r lI'" ,;" !,'v w-**'h l!l" hi" ''"''"��������� '"  .willcon(hi(*t'tliG'HOi*vioc?at:lN������:low'iiii.-i''<:,,",,.,ln' ������11 -"/-'ndfiliil talevi.t ilir-  oj> that ddt''.   '''���������' ; glorinti^ ibid triiiuijihaiit innrcli .of 7i.lii>  j inn^iiilii.'eiil' - ninl    innrit'lloiiH    lentcd  (iriiti.s('!ii(!iil giitni.     A-uicro iicuspnpei-  rioticc, no   mailer   bow rxtpinlcd, i-.-ni  not. tell f) tctjlji of   tljc  wonder-i '.v|*ji;)i  Jo in Ii' i'/r* rntijir.nr :.ej tit;.' nf \ ..tor ���������!     ,-. ��������� ,    ..       .        ,  F.-viir*.'. :* .���������������. Arirr* Oi -Knl::. London for :hi I 0'JJ* I'SptitatlCP. I12S brSII .'. C!'!  f^^:������[;^-^ studying  whereto buy   ; ancj what t0 buy.  Sho'emaker's Business.";  For Sale  :n������er������nse  ..'.. V. Phillip-', n't Phoenix, h,'(*i joincil  the sin IT of J. lb Cn.'ss'-ihnri'.-s tiiilorin*.'  (-���������<|i;|i!j. hmi'tit,  In wh'jic.o^p-ti t.   ,-  ,'biioji and Stock; Cheap  D;  JEHEIN8.     j  To bv"g.ykl.liy.Oft. M\]>    '-  ������������������  gar  We ' maintain' that   repnta- ' p        ���������,  ,   ,       ���������,   n  lion bv careful attention to pel'* ' .        iveVelStOKe,   J5- U.  .]o������"i'li;ricll":cbc''il"i'",s and! Leadi"S Brands J ������=.  Qeor^F. Curtis, ldEHTEMSE"  .���������''."'���������'' '   .   ."The Druggist," ... ��������� ���������   .  SELKIRK."  - ^<*^ A. V. Stewart,  (?  ���������t^r.ff'

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