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 - I  /  ��������� *d#^<.  A.  /������  .rsr'i   I  /?  nsf-%  ^lM  j'-j  ������3  d^'  -g;>/^i!3~  ls3  /^  ������  if^ ^fi^r' -\^r-^%  4/j^ u li iUi  f-^ajv  ��������� si. /���������-���������ry^i jr^Sk  ������ < * i*-%-  'Id  ^ Jl  y  m <&^4&  If  g  /^s  Vol    -4-  ��������� "XTo    *?9  t> r^  lJlJO I ���������< /l\Jj.  KOOTENAY  B.  SEPTETJ  BER  18. 1SU7*  $2.00 a Year.  PROVINCIAL POLITIC  Q  COMING     EVENTS     CAST.   THEIR  * SHADOWS BEFORE THEM.  lying in a lied of  cai bound's.    Me   had  lying in a lied ol   rmiionntf-.    He   luul i tt>t    "TTjOTTT     ������   A 1/ P     P A 1\^D  inly tunc logo "iii"'a < oiiple of feel on ! iii      I lY'J U 1      Lrxl\E     *oAi������i.i  llic on- but   {lin I   allowed  il to lie g<n d ,  .  "Maxwell's Ideas���������Whether Semlin Will  or No a Convention Must be-Held���������  Wily Local Politicians Take a Quiet  Trip���������Semlin to Oppose Martin.  /) i- r  The political  c-aldion   is on' I hi:   lire.  Il, hasn't  lii-cn ' tliere   long' enough   lo  s.-iy'ilint   it is boiling, but   il   might   lie'  ���������  cuiic'cl to i-ay thai il simmers pleaseiil-  ly.    It was not   altogether a'Ynatler  of  , surprise to  ;i  Mail  loportei-  when he  observed   two  well-known local politicians���������both   opposed   to     the   Turin*!1  government���������In in id     the     west-bound  passenger ti*;iiii oin; day tlii.-* week.  ,ll  wa.s  at"once  apparent    what   the trip  was for, on'their  arrival  at, Sic.inious,  ' where they alighted   and   entered  into  deep   and   earnest  convers.it ion    with  , Geo.   It.   Maxwell.   M.P.; , and   Mayor  Tomplelon. of Vaijeoiivei*. '  ��������� , The Mail is unable to gi,ve its < readers an "onicial" report of the eon-  " fei'iMK-e", but has disc-ovo! ed .some particulars of the proceeding.--. It iK  leai'iicd lhat Mi1. .Maxwell is not, in  favor of fcdeial, parly,lines pi evading  in l.his'pi ovince unless'it can bo shown  to he foi- the henelit, of the province.  Thai lie'had a consult, it ion with ('. li!.  Semlin, Opposition le.-i<li*r, recently,  about holding a convention of Oppositionist* and that Mr. Semlin did not  view the idea with1 favor, but'would  ' take it, under consider.-ilion. Thaton,  t lie way home a stop v> ould lie made ;i I  Kamloops and Mi. Sciiilm's final vie wis  obtained. "Ir^iu* ripprnves a convention it niay 1"' called by him, but if Instill opposes it, il will he called without,  liim. Thi.-  this   w.eek  should soon be heard. .Mi'sM'n Mnx-  well and Tcmpleton' are both in favor  of Keve'sioke ;is ', he place of convention, and think' ii should lie called as  , soon as possible. Incidentally, lhe political i-liaiH'i.", of ,<-i,������i  aspiring: Opposj-  luil  and cle.ii*. The vein shows up foi  jphout KM feet and i- heie and ilieie  covered wilh a s]j.^ht lime tapping.  The ".si i ike"'is on (lie end line hei ween  tin* Abliol! and   King   William   claims  l.1 t   y  and will lie easy mining   in I he<nrhon-  ates. Four men wei e left al work and  reports may be had of I'm t her discoveries al any lime. There is also another  showing, u lit tie di-tance south-east of  llic* one described, which cai ries i the  same kind of ure. They ���������stripped this  foraboul KM) (eel and it .sh"Ws solid  ore about rue lout wide all the way.  No assay* have been takcli yet but  several splendid samples wen* recei*. ed  Tuesday to hi' forwai ded lo the rurifl.  it is also learned tli.it if the moi k shows  up as well  nV is expo*, le'd   lb  a  may   be   worked     again     by  svndleate.  THE WEEK'S NEWS   BUDGET FROM  TROUT LAKE CITY.  Black  Prince   Examined���������Gainer  Creek Gold Excitement  -A Newspaper   for   Ti out    Lake   City-  Social Doings.  The  r.in^eiiieiUs'inlo force. These' liiiiig*-  filli'W how true the sUUeinent w.is thai  I/oeloi- I,)imcan i-eliu-iied here (to J?ev-  elstoke) and l-eni,lined loiif^ eii(iui;li lo  see his sanilary arrani^emi'iils in a fail  way fc be canied oi.l. As ,i mailer of  fact, ihe M.'.Ji. can, al the lime of  thi.s writing, t.-iki tire present local  iepreseutalive of (he I'o.ud of Henllh  to a most dangerous nuisance and  disease breeder oiea-doned by I he ready  coinpli.-tiiL-i* of ' Dr. Duncan1?, regulations.  i This Duni mi fiasco is very much like  ! lii(*,sanit;ii y ilispccloi-s;iyinu; 1 ha.I lhe  diphtheria in town was the result,' of  I   (li'inkiiijr t he i*i\ ei   walei   ru^d   (jiiolin.ir.  .��������� .,.     ,,.  , ; ������������������!'',    > 7 tlie reiioi I of   theljoard   of   Health   to  Philip Ilu-Uey. late-i.i.erinleii.le.iK.f j ,���������.,���������.,.,'i( ���������.,���������.��������� ,,,.��������� ������.;,������������������. ,4.,,m.t. said in  tlm Idrdio Miiiin-j; Co.. Slocan, has been I a foot note'that   since  tin*  inspector":-  doinir the district   for  lire   past   week, j report \vus made a writ erwo.-Us s,\-s| em  He   cam.-   in    to    examine    the    i-Slack     Wli^ '"   }}.^'.:.    These^lieall li    inspector*  A RAILROAD RUNAWAY  A TRAIN LEFT STANDING AT NOTCH  HILL BREAKS LOOSE  e   came    in    to    examim  I'rim e as to t he ad\ is.-il.ilil y   of  work-  intr'lliiit piopcrty.    Mr. I In-key is very  favorably impres-ed wilh what, lie  has  Abbott, ! seen and we hope   .soon   lo   lecoid   the  Cariboo Creek Camp.  meetiiiLf  was to take place  and   some    deflniu*   news  i The w.i^Koii rn.id ;ii, Cariboo Creek  is now- within half.i mile of .Mineral  Cily and men are putlinjr in lhe bridge  aid the second ,cro.ssin*j: of the ci-eek.  The go'vormni'iil i^ranl has all been expended, and the work now under way  uill be met. by private subscriptions.  Mine owners .believe thai when the  road is finished Ihey will be able to  send ore ovei' il at once. All that is  w*!iiteii to briny this camp lo lh<* fionl  area lew good oi e shipments and t hose  are. in some cases, i early sacked at the  mines.  J31acl: Pi i nee as one of, lhe working  mines of Trout Lake.  We are ha\ inj^' a, seconcr influx of  capitalists and mining experts,, the  lecenl gold strike's are tin* principal  atlrnclion although silvei* is noi  neglecled by airy means.  Theie is-.-r well founded rumor thai,  the llorne-Payne Co. will soon slarl  up the Bi oadyiew.and Sunshine mines  giving employment to about thirty  men.      fl '  '  Trout Lake, is lo have a newspaper,  ind  L.ingslalV, ' of New  cosl Us .$100 and $12.1 per mouth.  Bound For Fort Steele.  tlonist of Revel  -Soke  wei c discussed  ll is rcportcd'that Hon. G. 13. Martin  vvill he opposed iu North Vale'by  C..E. Se.rnlin, Opposition leader and a  irood Coiis-el-vat ive. Mr. 'Semlin at  present represents East Vale in Ihe  legislature, aii.l the l o iiiii.-ili-.ui "for  the N'oi-th i idiug was offered hiiii at a  ine cling of Oppositionists at K;imlo<']'h  this week. It is said he has accepted  t he nominal ion.  Union Jack,, Group  Is situated on the South IAm k of  Lai dean Rivei seven miles from Trout  - Like'Cily and only about 1000 feet,1 oil'  t hu waggon i oad wind h runs through  the lower end of the gioup. The  group is pi'opei ty of M"ssis. O. I) aiu:  C. II. Hoar, Cart"!'. Thompson and  Kilpatrick. Assessment woik has been  done on the Union Jack and   Canadian  Hov to cover I he six claims and on   t lie  i      " ,  Union .lack solid ore going '20~i ounces  silver and 11)%' had has been si ruck.  The vein is in the same kind of contact  ������s i lie. Silver ("up it. is clained. There  is a dyke of "sat in" schist and porphyry  with ore on each side and on llio hanging wall side thi1 owners have IS ini-hcs  of carbonates running veiy high. A  trail connects the Union Jack with the  waggon load and it, will be the elfoi'l  of the owner* to try and make some  shipments this wiuler.  is   the  cvlind  The Carnes Creek Co.  The second tunnel on the Uosebery,  the properly of'Lhe Carnes Cieek ("old  .Mining Co., started a lill le while ago.  is now "in" about twenty-live feel, ll  starts about I'M) feel below No. 1, in  UK) feel, and has about, forty or nunc  feet lo run lo hit the vein. Two moie  men will be put on at mice so I ha I I wo  shifts can be worked.  Nakusp's New Scheme.  ��������� The news is icceived this week from  Nakusp that some of ils pioiiiising and  most enterprising people inl end shoil-  ly to form a stock company foi lhe  purpose of using I lie hot springs at  Kooska-nax* Creek. Il is their intention   lo   bring  the  walei    by   pipes  right lolhe town   and   (her reel   a  first-cl'iss hotel, bath houses,'etc. They  will also lay out park grounds and  have a nice I nick and recreation  ground.  It isaltogelhera niosl feasible sch"inc  and likely In piove a huge success.  'There is plenty ol water, loisoi gioiual  and then Nakusp is veiy central and  easily '���������cached, All at I l'iie! ion like I his  will In ing numbers of people lo (he  place and make business for everyone  iu il,  MONSTER' LQCOMOTIVES  Now Running Out of Revelstoke���������Latest'Addition to Motive Power.  <  The peculiar wli sties  h ','ird  on   l.h e  railroad   recently  are   from   the   new  "aiilonl.ilic*   compound"   engiie's    just,  , ,,-, ,,   .  added to   the  equipment-nf   lhe   road  and very  interest ing  Ihey  are.    They  include   in    their    "make-up"    eveiy  i'lMlure   of   the   best   up-lo-dale   loco-  luolii'es and   were   liuill    in    the   company's own shu.if a-i iMonlrcal.    One of  I h" leading*  feature -   in   these   engines  'use  nf  high   and   low   pres-'ure  ,*s   of   1)   inc.!    a,id    '2) ' i.'ic'ii  diameters, and entirely independent of  each oilier,    ln'sl.u ting the engine lhe  smaller or   high   pressure   cylinder   i.s  brought inlo ii-sb,  but   when   lb'*   train  !s in motion both cylinders are worked.  Combined     they     make    a     drawing  capacity greater ihan thai of th" most  'powerlul   mogul    engine   in   the  eoiii-  panv's service.    Fifty laden ears can be  diawnnn level  gioiuul   nnd  cm   il   is  claimed  lie   even   exceeded.    Oniv   the  nt her day one of  these  iron   ministers'  (No. J'tH) booked on lo I weiily-l'oiir cn-s  al Nolcli Hill on the veiy worst part,of  the   load  and   walked   oil'  wilh   lh"m  without ihe .slightest   double.    Other  ndv aiit.iges possessed by t hese cylinders i  is   tin'   Use   of   exhaust   steam    which  passes Irom lhe sniallei    to   the .larger  one anil gives a hti-aui   prcssiue   of  20')  Ills. .  Another feal are iii file coiisiiuct ion  of these engines is the ������������������ IJelpniiij" lire  box which eli'ecls consideralrb: .s.ivii.y  ofliKil.' It is .said lhat cme of these  " .uitoiiiiil it* coiiipound '>*?eiigiiies can  make lhe, 11 ip belw,'en Kanilooiis and  Revelstiike and i el urn with one laid*  of coal while before engines coaled 'up  !il each end.  Two steam cliiiu.>s are placed on these  engines the laigcr acting as a gv.ur.il  steam reservoir, the smaller1 one serving  lhe pop valves and si cam" whi-tk'.  Tile.V have I ell wheels I'.K-h but ai*e  lechiiically known as "six wheel  couplers." The most improved sy  ol West iugboilse air lll.ike is used,  w hich is specially useful in mountain  grades. Tliere in e'l w o ol these "iron  Inn ses " at work on I his  divisior.   No s  Messrs. Curri-  Deiiver,*ai*e the piouiotei-s. They have  made sat isf.K to) y arrangements with  th<* Townsite Go- and'let a contract for  1 he building on Vancouver St. They  expect to get out their lirsl'issue in  'about three weeks. Sir. LangstaiF,  who vvill lie'editor, has the imputation  of being one of the brightest ncwspapei  men in Kootenay. ' ������  The Canyon Creek mines will work  all winter. Six Ions of supplies are  being sent in. -    '  V. T. Abey, lhe. enterpi iaing diug-  gisi of lievclsloke, is building a brunch  store here. lie will open up iu about,  ten'days. ' /  ill-. Gilchrist,a .Scotch capitalist who  is interest ed wilh Mi-. MrPhci son in  the placer lease .adjoining (lie lowii;  site, has been looking over,the ground.  If satisfactory arraegeineli's can be  made they will liuine I in- river for,  about a quarter of a mile and (est il  thoroughly. The ground below the  i.'.nyou has long, been known as the  .best part of I he creek.   '        ' ,  The ciitcrtniniiieiit go( up by tiie  church members to i-,iiu<> money lo pay  for n.i~ o!grin was 'a success, the hilll  1 eing ci owded to the (loots. The display oi talent was good especially the  Valentine sisleis and Mr. Jowett  though r;ll did remarkably well. The  organ cost ninety dollars.  M r.' Noice. who has been pi caching  hei e for t lie past three mouths, is lo  leave fur ol her fields. Mr. Noice. while  here uinde a laisi of fiiemN who will  be s()|.|y lo lose liiui. The Meihurlisl  .Missionary Sin iei v, in whose employ  be was, though! he could live ,(i;i  mountain scenery and wind, a.id refused to pay for his three months work  on ii lec-hnicnlil v.  Hewitt Bostoc-k, M. P. ' for Vale'-  ���������"-i Cariboo, passed through here., Sunday  morning. It i.s the intention of the  federal member to personally visit the  woi k of construction on tlu; Ciow's  Nest Pass road and make himself  acquainted as much as* possible with  the effects ������.f its completion upon the  giowth and wants of lhe country.  About these commissioners, now consulting with the Piovince about railway belt mailers, Mr. ]3ostock when  risked to see that they caine 'here 'said  he would try to get Hon. Mr. Siften  hen* inst end, on his return from \uikon.,  Then,- he said, he vvill lie more familiar  with what this counlrv wants.  And, Rushing1 Down Hill With Teriffic  Speed, Crashes Into Another  Freight--"One 'Man, Killed ' and  Two Injured.  I ear-'"'  Aikins, the  Speaking Up For This End.  J. P. Kenii"dy, of Illecillewaet, is' iu  lhe cily and is one in.*in thoroughly'  well satisfied with Ihe Kootenay. He,  willi hi.sl two partners, Thomas li,  Mui-shrill and Oie Sand berg.   Mild   two  . elaiins, the Tangier and the Waverley,  em to'John ("rani rind C'runl-C'ov.-iii, for  ijiT.V-O I. llio l.is'l payment Icing made  on August 1 si. Air. Kennedy reports  thai Albert Can;, on, about! seven miles  from lllec illcwiicl, is booming now.  l!!l and lil."!, I he foi nier is in uharee ol i The purchase! s nf the Waverley and  !'*d. Austin and the l.-illeris worked by ' Tangier li.ni*.">l) men employed build-  Ai'i hie Ui(Us ivIiii In ought her all ,!bel ing a wagon io,*id into tile properly   lo  wav from Montieal   himself..   Aiui'.lu r , enable l.liem to-get   lie1  ok t.    The j  one is shot 11 v expect ed which will lie | ore is gi ay copper and galena. On I be  giv un lo Ccurgr Miirloii. Anyone who \ Tangier t lie men have driven 1") feel,  knows how* the yald heie was bli eked , through solid gi i..*,copper and galena  with cars will icidily see t he elfect and , ,md l)a\-e noi struck the  hanging  wall  Usefulness    ol'   |||e-e'neW   Ioi olliol i vc i yet.     Tlie  ere   runs   ;|s    high    as    l,.'i(!l)  by looking ,ii llic yard now and   rceol-   ouni >*������ in silvei'and t w*o ounces in gold,  led big I hat ceil a still hi;,  being bandied.  .  ANOTHER CLOSE DOWN.     .  Galena Bay Roacl0Work' Stopped When  Near Completion.  Following lhe close down at Laurie  conies this week another one at Trout  Lake , by the same coinpunv. the  Lillooet, Fraser River and Cariboo  Gold Fi"lds Coinpany Limited. The  company had 32 men working on road  making from ils propel lies iu Tiout  Lake to I he deep water at (-ialeiia liay  when lhe order came to C"n>e o:i Sat-  iird.ry the lltii inst. Al this time all  that remained undone on I his road,  which was to give the company a deep  water outlet foi-'lheii* ores, was one  mile to, clear and grade, and about, live,  and a-half to repair. With the force  thiit. was ;il work when it closed 'down  it is estimated, by one who knows Ibis  woi k, I hat, it ( ould have be.mi finished  .this month and at a cost,(if $2,000 completed as a "waggon mad. Shoilly  pi ioi1 to I he closing of the road work  operations ceased on the iJio.-ulv icw.  What lhe.se--uspeiisions. here and , t  Lam it1, lollowing closely in each case  the visil of Mr. Iluriie-L'.iyne, Q. (!..  and paily, mean, cannot al present, be  ascertained: but I he'd eport is cm i cut,  however t File, t li.it it is prior to some  change iu the management. Whal-  evet lhe cal,)'-e, and dozens can be  heard on iheslieei. the company owe  il, to the country andciho people to  clearly slate il; as, in lhe absence of  .such declination! pes.simi.stic people  enough t hei'C! jilwiiv s aie lo conclude  uud'even state the worst.  Wilh llio statements of the ehaii-  inan of this company at the annual,  meeting it, is haul to leconcile lhe  present, closing dow n. and il should be  explained. The Mam. will welcome a if  explanation and oilers lhe company ils  columns foi* that, purpose. <-  A fatal railway accident' occurred al  .Noffli Hill on Thursday between seven  iind eight, p.in., the circumstances of  which, according to report* received,  arc nl ion I. as follows :  ���������  An   cast-bound   freight was  doubled  ,i *'  up and was left standing at the top of  the hill on the main line,'wilh  brakes set. on (he hind cars, while the  liain crew went inlo supper. Suddenly, Ihey heard the sound of a train  m motion aiid, on looking out,, were  surprised (n see (heir own engine, No.  .'Ml, with its eleven cars behind it  iiig a wav down the hill.  blMkeinun, jumped I wo or three times  to'hoard it but it I brew him badly each  time, get ling more and more speed on'  the while. ��������� About seven miles east of  Notch Hill, al or near a1 curve, it came  with feai ful momentum into collision  with engine 51)] and'a vvcst-boniid  freight, and spectators report that the  lit lie engine lies almost, buried in the  large one so great was the impact.  Three or four cars in No. 501's train  were wre.eked, aiid two only of the  runaway train were saved. Passengers  on   yesterday's No. 2 say the  collis|on  must, have  been  terrible,  as lhe' line  i "  was all torn up and  cars  piled   up in a  fearful heap.  'Dr. McLean, coronet, and Dr. Mc-  Kechnie, wen' lo the,scene of the. acei-  rlent Thursday night, with the wrecking  cicvv. From the Coroner it is learned  lhat the head hrakeinan, .George  Brnndrett died(yesi,erday al, 1 o'clock  a.m.. having sustained terrible injuries,  bolli legs being'taken oil", etc. ; that  Geoi'ge Blown, engineer, has a broken  arm iind such injuries to the muscles,  of Ihe shoulder as may permanently  injure it. ��������� Win. Hume, lireman, has a  in sty gas-h right, across the forehead  "but will recover. These men all belonged to the ciew of the west-bound  I in in--the one i barged by the i una way.  This' was Brown's fits! trip as1 an  engineer.  Silver  To-day.    ���������  Silver  NiCW Yohk, S-pt. IS,  57i cents. ���������     ',  bullion  ger irallii! is',(Ju   lhe  Waveilev   ihev   I  hi- I wo pal I tiers, have  aims ui'iir  lhe  t wo  Mild  1,1 \ e   will ker I  pay   streak   is  six  udes   considerable  M r. Kennedy  s,i\ s  cveral  under  j down 50 feel'.    Tile   ______  j (���������,,,,( wide, which ii:(  Clet voiir iiauie iai the voteis |is|t, i,i    ciuiceul r,U ing ot e.  once; 'you >nav liim1 to vote so ������uei than  ,'"'1 V'   ,'  . i*'   i.       "   ' , gwucl c  >'"������ Li"l<1 ! nnnd.  If von want ii good piano see' II. K. |     The Blue Hell,   owned   by   Benjamin  Coursicr agent I'o'i  the 1 loiiilzinan.    If. i (j'''"'1.1 ���������'������������������'(i located iieai   lllecillewnel, is  'I shoiviug   ii j i   well    under    assessment  lliu Lime. ���������I nice sold iu   those   great . Wl��������� |<. Th.-y aie working live men.   An  big i|i!.-irl    bottle-*   h\    the   McDowell,    average assay showed   in   silver   aud  Atkins,  Watsiin Co.,Val 50  cents,   is   ;l | lead 15<l ounces to the ton.  .i-.i I      \\ alter Scott, iiiaiiagerol a Hiiluilloli  tlursl .pieiifher. .. ��������� f.lll|1|)illiyi |)ils ., f()|,.������. 7,1"  men   woi king  li.  I j.  Kiiituaii wasf.iilv   this   week i on f licit pioperlies at the head of  Fish  seized with a ielapse of  his   U-u-r  and j ('''",'',1:,-    ->-**">": J_'y" "  r;''11   J!1'  l*i,!v(,,l'  and lead Irom yl.>0 to  ij*2()0.���������Iiossland  Miner.  and  -till,  The Strike on the Abbott. Group.  (). I).   I loin    lit in li< (I   Monday   11 inn  his    v isil     to    I he    Hew    s| like    (ill    1 be  ���������Abbott ti'i'iui.p, TrOui . Lake.     He  ���������-ay-'  evc.ry I hill!.*; look'- Vei-v ciicoiiriigiiig'and  I elapsed*   his  Iind lo go to llic hospital.     Jfe i  it is sad to say, anything but well, hut*  it is earnestly hoped lie ���������.���������.ill recovei.      j  Mr.   Dariaiigli,   of   Nakusp,   had   a  peculiar expei iciice while conducting u ���������  piisonei    to   Kiiniloops   one   dav     llii*1  week.      A in.in in  the tl.iin  walked   Uj  to liim and asked liim ipiet iikaislv if he !  was   ,*l   venti iloipiist.     No!   saif|    |),u-. j  liiugli, I mil nut.     I   guess you'ic:   the I  fellow   who has been  In-tlici iiig   me.  all !  right. saj(! ihe stranger and he made a  v leious sv\ ipe at   the   spend    const,d>j,'   !  I >.111*.111!_' 11   caught    him   miHI    |,i.'i    him i  hack- in In.-   al   till   he  t i'iiiI'iI   d'i'Vii  ,.inl   w,,    bililv   i al i,i|i i!  in a hi I ]c u idle.  I>il|.llig!l   lei!   ililll     111    (b.l^e    'if    I\\'i  inni.iiil ed   policemen    goinji'. '.in    '������������������'��������� ��������� til'..*'  coast   .wire! (������������������" I hi' exci!..*ib|e s! I'-'iii-.-el"   I,;,is '���������  The Duncan Fiasco.  fit  passed   off  and   things  arc  1 exo-pl a   lew   Cil-es   whicl  ! Ill-  ill e  ins   all  icl'ore,  worse.  readv  ie teinpoiiiry   -anitarj  !li 11, <���������<    :l I'I*    ;t s  ill C  lesiills of ,*i loo  compliance w ith lb" new i eguki! ions  inspired no doubt by the belief thai  Di. Duncan was going lo raise���������a  tei rible m,v. They didn't know, these  people, that th" IJ(K I ni- had a slight  ton. b of typhoid himself, at. Trail, and  he w as  in.il t ei  i lllIK a  About Jack Quincy.  Is (here as much uiyslery iiboul Ihe  linding of .J,*u,*k Quiney as there is  iiboul his disiippcainncc'-' I'du* neilrlv*  t w*c> years- ibis Koolenay country has  been deldged willi a^l kinds of cards,  dodgers, newspaper clippings and pros-*  notices bin ->i ill .Iru-k keeps mysteriously undiscovered. A llilip is given the  credulity of I he public every now iind  again by a report that .l,i<*k has been  Ilea id of ai id,'i clue of his whei eaboul s  obtained. 11, is a false hope, how ever:  .I.IcK  is mil  I hel'i', rilld sii | hi-gjime goes  on. What bother-, people'' is, what is  I lie gauie, or is it. a griiiii1!-' Then1 is a  liuill-whose life is said to depend upon  .luck's discovery who is said to be  somewhere iu Koolenay. If (Quincy  is alive and in this cinini ry be should  have been Initial long ago with tlu-  riiniiiuil of advei tisenieiil he has gut,  audi: leads people (o I hiuk that ilieie  is either no Jack Quiiiey, or I hal, be is  as much intent on avoiding discovery  as some jiooplc seem (o   be to Hud liim.  an>. ions, no rloubl, to lea"- e   I he  in   othei    hands.    This   Docloi  i has made sim,e    an ,u:_;i uiei.t -,  i   il,uii| ;,*iir  gi (,111:<I   ,*il  it .scaveiigi'r lo dump '  Ibci  e are  three feet of solid or  o. in .sight I fi'iehds iilid  v'va.s i;o!iini lor.  1< I  ,11;  I'ait, i ie- ground h;,*'  | i o| ,i ial id or pill;!  cfiii In* done   lo   |,iii  I iev e|s| (ike  '���������(���������fuse   I here,  noi    ln-,'11   yet.   (���������*:���������>  l:-,('l    i'i l.id    liol.hilii!*  I be   iiupi-o'vi'tl   ni'  To Show Next, Week.  When Harry Bindley showed in  Winnipeg every sent was lillcd, says  tiie /'Vl'i" /'ns*. The piece was "The  Shadows of a Ureal 'aly." Mi*. J'*.  Lewis ils Tom Cooper proved himself a  realistic actor, aud Adelaide Flint, as  the heioine is uiiali'ecled and graceful ;  llarry hiuisell is the funny man and  keeps his audience in ro.iis. All that  tin* /'Vr'i I'rchii sjiys J-iinuol be here  produced lint it is enough lo say (hal  il highly commends Mr. Lindley lothe  play going public. I'ol ei'siin's II ill,  TlleMlay to Sal III dav  ol   llexl   week.  (7 IMI. I l-iil'lic le.ceipfs for the' week  eti'diug Sep.l. '/'Ill Jvere $V-'���������'.'.,CMW; for ihe  r.iiilic Week I'ist veil I bev were, $ I lil.lHK).  Local and Personal Briefs.  Dr. Dawson went east, ye.sliu'day.    t.  Aiulitor (Joepol was in town   ye.stur-  diiy  Fred Fr.iser; .J. P.,-went inlo   Tiout  I^ake, Tliiiisday.  A lar������B display of niillinery in n few  (lavs ;it Coursici's. w  Mr. J Ioi*ne-]?ayne, Q.C., is expected  at Aiiowlscad, Sunday. ,  Bev. Mi*. Laduer, of Bossland, cainii  ti11 from thore Tuesday.  Jack Knowle.s was in town this  week. i ,r.  A. \V. .Mcintosh got oil Thursday  for KevsloiK!.  >    The   Murphy   case,   li.-is��������� been   post-  poned'till'i he ni.iu is cpiito well.  Mr. and Mis. Ilaig relurnuil from  their Ai rowhead dip on Tui'iday.  C'lW'an's block is ahnosl finished and  is being plasleied I Uridy foi use.  (lib. Noi lliey's fool got hc.ttei right  ri way when the now clarinet   caine;.  All the newest, in dress goods just  opened up al Coursier's, *  A\'liat ,*i beautiful lot of Indie-, new  dress goods lire opened up.it (Jouisier'.s.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Vollninl, Miss I'milt  and (lie babies all left for Viincouver.  Tlinrsday.  The I're.sliytery of Kaniloups meets  in Bevelstoke on the first Wednesday,  in March.  Di. MeKecliuii! is putting in stone  Foundations for his ��������� new house on  Second  Si reel  Theie was a private, picnic parly  Tluusdav in honor of Alice Noi ihey's  ,l)irtlida\.  Dutiable goods al, I Ie\ elsloko , foi  August, weie valued al &(),i**,."ll._0I duly  paid sSl.T'Jfi.oO.  Mi*.  Byeisof   the Mac Machine  Co. i  alTiail was in town suw-iai da5s   this  week.  We aie glad lo   sei! Mr. Ballogaardo  of  a long siege  aie glad to see  up again. I Ic has hac  it Inil  lie got good nursing.  Four moie carpeiilcrs were put on  Monday at l'iie new Central I Intel and  the fi.iuie is now up three sioieys.  Pony I.o.iko lias taken aw iv* all his  ass.iv outfit to Albeit, C*ui_\oli vvliore  Iu   will be pleased to receive .samples.  Joe    Ail tin*,,    lately    of     Kaslo     hill  inure,   lecoiifjy'   ofllie.    Sunset    iiiiuo,  i  'nnssi.Ui  to ilieol  ,    lately  llf   ���������' lll(!  W'ii:; in': Uove'is! ni.'e ,\est ere  i hi l-l v of st nek holders coining  ,1:,  from the east'. Tliev ai*iiveci on N(. L  aiid - proceeded down liver. In the  parly weie William McKenzie, president of the Toronto iifld Manchester  Street ]L*iiIw-iiy conipiinies; Ur. Wilson,  J. C. and Andrew' Drewery, all o������  Toionto".   ,  The Jvhuifi Krntiitfl poster's nd-  vertising ti'0 Kamloops Agricultural  Kxliihitiou are deserving of notice.  PerFect   fits,   latest   stylos   in   those  new ladies mantles at Cuuisiei's.  ,      "*"  Mrs. CoVrrsier .says the Kindergarten  building is all paid   for   and   it   starts  on ,i self supporting oasis. '  Itosslaud is kicking for a court house  and it i.s pointed out.tliere that one isi  h.-rhg put up iit Kevelstoke.  Cold Commissioner1 Graham and  Constable Page left yesterday morning  for Timil Like to be away a day or so.'  Taylor's bungalow is rising rapidly.  Ic vvill be very nicely located' iind,  there will he a .magnificent view from  it.      ( ''  J. IC. Mclnnis, of the Regiua.  ijlhnd'ird, made this ollice a pleasant  call Thursday on his way lioine'ft'oinsa  Kootenay trip. A  , J'ohn Boyd iind To in Bain left Monday .morning for Flat Creek where  then' hit the trail and do, the annual  work on the Dun vegan.  , The Johnson-Smiley concert at the ,  Methodist church, October 5th. Keep  your money for a good show. *  Mortimer Lamb, formerly editor of  the Bouudiiiy Creek Tinusii, succeeds  Alex. Regg as editor of the. B.C. Min-  ing Review.  ��������� ] lis said that W. II.. Vickers vvill  occupy the position of recorder at  Trout Lake City while, the present  recorder is away oast. , ,  .John Wlialen was on Monday   fined   ,  !?50 and costs or three"mouths jug   foe  hitting C. P. It.   Detective  Jones  on  the nose. ' ,' '  The   Enterprise   Brewery   has -"now"  started in   to   bottle   its   famous   beer,1  and the public   can   keep   supplied,' in  what   qualililies   desired.      See ,, the  b.-ewery manager.  Why send away for garden produce.  Patronize home industry by   going   to1  K. Tapping's  market  gardens.    There  you can get your   produce   fresh,   and   '-  good value for your money. ,     o  B. A-rAVelbon vvill give a lecture on  Tlioosophy iind The1 Septenary Constitution of Man at Peterson's Ilail on  Saturday, September IS, S p.m. Seats  free.    Ladies especially invited. *  W. Cowan says he. will next year  have things so that a man may sit in  his ollice in the Cowan Block and communicate with 'Trout Lake City,  Ferguson and Comaplix by   telephone.  Frank   Vandal!   .returned   Tuesday'  from Shuswap.     He  says   tlie,   annual  race   meeting  of   the   Olcanagau   and  Shiisvvap tribes came olr", while, lie   was  .  there and it was very interesting.   ,  Please don't forget w-e keep the ,  liiigost and best assorted stock of pure  Drugs,1 Chemicals, Patent'Medicines  and Toilet Articles in town.;, The McDowell, Atkins, 'Watson Co.; the  Druggists. , o  Word was received Wednesday from  Mis. MoLtae that "Sandy" was improving gieatlv, tl'iat the'fever had  left him entiiely and if he continues  to improve that he will be around in a  few days. All Sandy's friends will be  glad to hoar of his recovery. , ���������  Tin! new- post ollice building erected  by Bourne Bros, was opened this week.  It is a great improvement on the old  order of things and is appreciated ^at  the station. Al tlledi.-iek of the ollice  is the Iii m's counting loom.  Messrs. Clute and Gill inspectors of  Customs and Inland ltevenue wore  here Wednesday and were making  examinations of local agencies. The *  Inland I'ovenuo ollice it is peculiar to  stale is held by the gold commissioner  who has already got more jobs than ho  can tackle. *  The Johnson-Smiley combination  concert at the Methodist church on  October oth is one of (be things thai  cannot be missed without losing a  treai. Miss Johnson is a genius and  so is Smilev   and   they   have   icceived  praise wb * er   ihev   appealed.     Get  your seats   t ("ii'.iih.s Di u < stm-e.  ,u i f uiiilv of out esteemed  . .1. I i'i a hit in  an ived   from  Momlav.     Tliev   aie   re-  (i'l all IIII s lloUse (opposite  e'liirch)    vvliicll    lie     has  leeeiiilv  been lixiiig up  most   comfort-  ii.lv.  I he w in  townsman T.  t'he   c ist    on  siding in   \1 r  i .e 0 'i !��������� di ���������  SilpC il. Be.lsley. iif Nelson, fol-luei.-  ', of Donald, is in charge of this  division lill the letiiiu of Supt.  Duches.'lav wiio has been scut out to  locate a i ailrnad to thc Klondyke at  this lime of vear, as a mark of the  confi I'-iu-e icprise.l in liim by tlu* rail  vv ay c \i'(*ul iv e  I. T I'lcvisier and W. Phipps came  down troiu Cirncs Creek Thursday.  Mi. Bicvslei s.iyshc binught as* far  iis the iii'>n111 of the cieek a splendid  (.���������bunk* uf lin! hu* the Spokane '.exlii-  .hiiiou'. It weighs (JO or 70 pou'iid-i.  and. is dear'ore. from I ho shaft,  i8k    in ������Wku,4 ' W.'l-. 1 W'I"������JK1MH.>1J"#HSJ W'RWJ  **&TAl/^-tXZL^li&&ia& ' VAilK ���������.'.  TI1K KOOTENAY MAIL  J-ITIIMSUKI) ICVKi'Y SATl'I'DAY  -   AT i  -,      REVELSTOKE. B.C..  hy  ��������� ATKIXrf & .--.WITH..    ���������  ,      I'i-i.i.i-rii:ii.-, \ni> l'i:oi'icii:i(ti:s.  pubsoription   Price,    S2.00    Per    Aiiaam  ������T-o" s-rrtreri.v in advanci: M'S  The Ames Holden Co.'s spscial  ^Columbia," "Vanoouvepf"Koot-  enay" should be worn by everybody who wants  a .first-class  mountain boot. ������ ,  KKYKLSTOKH, SUPT. IS. I Sit".  i  Tin:    people   of    Kevelstoke     have  ^^ufleicd lonii and patiently the   loss of  valuable iculty by the slipping-  of   the  river bank, but iill.t heir protests to the'  government   have   boon   vain.     Time  and timo ajjain the Mail  lias  brorndit  the mattor hefoto ministers personally  and to tho notice of  llioir 'journalistic  parasites-    hut   though   thoy   thought  ���������something should be done, that it   was'  a   serious    matter,    and ( that    wheie  theie's ;i vvill there's a way, nothing al  all hiis resulted.    It,  is   time   for  the  people of  this   town   to   move.    They  should not lot   political   motives,   and  -we   believe   thorp   are   some-political  motives behind this noidect, "stand   in  ' *  the way of their protection-; hut, in dependent .of all politics, unite in denouncing the  neglect 'and   demanding  protection.   ������-   G, Tv.dMAXwm.r., M. P., thinks the  jiext Provincial election should not' lie  -���������fought on party linos; that the piesent  .opposition platform and'policy is not  representative; and that the "way out"  is ii convention of all in ('ippusjlion to  the present government to he held ,at  Piovelstoke oi* Kamloops. Mr. Max-  -well is right. The, present opposition  took it upon themselves to make a  platform   'without,     consulting     their  ���������ind chai. icter-i/.ed that freutlom.-iii's  ebantfo as a matter of disappointed  ambit ion.  Mayor Tcmplcluu spoke in much tlie  same vv ;iv sav inn I'uirl hei : "ft b |ii*ali-  alij,- some opposil ion un-inlif!-' will  assume a ut boril v .Hid call it con v-enl imi  of ail opposed lo the present coveni-  ini'iil to meet ill' Kevelstoke al some  I i me, in I he i m media le ful in eaud I heie  oi.iCaiii'/e a pai ly lo contest (heel,1! lion's  with the p.-uiy in power d',  Surveying- For a Klondyke Road.  The ('. I1. IJ. Co. have sent .Mr. 10. J.  Duchesn.-iy, superintendent at Revelstoke, wilh ,-i party of -urvevois to lay  out lines foi'ii I'.iilroad to I he Klondyke.  The schemeof the ('.IMJ. is to ('slablish  ,-i line of steamers from Vancouver lo  (jleiioi'a on IboStickeen River and just  ovei' the boundary claimed, by the  United States ami in lirili-lr American  leriilory. Thence by railway to Toslin  Luke,and from there by steamers and  the Yukon River to (he Klondyke and  othei1 points. 1| is claimed by many  familiar wit h t he county that Ibis is a  most practicable route and its liein^  all within Canadian territory will save  annoyance from duties, examinations  etc. Mr.-Duchesnay starts' right 'avvay  feir the north. * ���������  KLUnuiKt.hu   m    .  Willi the lxiro-ains wc are offering" in all kinds of  .Stationery and Office Supplies, Writing Inks, Copying  Inks, Mucilage and Blank Books! The latest? newspapers always in  stock.    "Also  A complete line of Pure Dru^s, Chemicals, and  PoioL-'raphers' Supplies. ' Bring" along" your prescriptions  and have them accurately compounded.  CANADA DRUG- & BOOK GO. Ltd.  ,chas. r. Mcdonald Mgr.,  1 Revelstoke Station.  Jas. McMahon,������!  -| General Blacksmith J*-  REVELSTOKE,  B'C.  What Ogilvie's Experience Teaches.  In .in ' interview, Win. Ofjplvie,' surveyor for the Dominion f^ovei'iiuienl,  who knows the Klondyke better Oi.-ui'  any othei' living person, says his* experience teaches him thai "the man  who slays at' homo and plods on the  farm, or 'in the, shop'or ollice, is in a  vast majority of cases better olf llian  the oycry-ilay placer gold miner."  "The Times" vs. Bank of England.  Tli������\ important announcement to' llio  ell'"ct that the directors of the 13ank of  England had consented to hold one-  fifth of the bank's reserve in silver has  caused much excitement in En-rhmd  iind the continent.  The governor, Albert George, Sande-  niiin, when questioned refused to speak  iiboul the report but from other, bank  olTicers it is lc-iiiieil the announcement  in I he press was probably inspired by  thc government in older to ascertain  'the temper' of the people before  iinswei ing;; I he U. S. niouetaiy commission.  The Times, 'who is* said lo largely  'i epresi'ut r;o!(l M.induid views, heads  ils article  on    ibis   departure   of   lhe  Wagons,' heavy   or   light,   huilt ,n\u]  i epairod. ���������   .  I lorsoshueiug a specialty.  Prospector's Picks.     Minor's Tools.  Ijiir^o supply of iron, stool'iind shoos.  (Jiduis  in   any   branch   of   tho,   trades  executed in a woi kinaulika manner.  HAS. R. CARLYON,  RcVcIstoke - -Hospital.  r1���������*-'  Q  flRi  q*=������  P'IIM   I  h  liJLOiyiNiLs a.  Maternity ward in connection.  Vaccine kept.on hand ....  Drs. McKcchnie and Jeffs,   -   Attendants.  TAILORS.  >    8. WILSON.  \i.  Local Merchant Tailor.  Order and Heady-Made.  To suit ligure oi* pui'so.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  . Barrisler-at-L'aw, Solicitor,  and Notary Pule.  .T=y*01''KH'U:   Room -J, Pool  lllnuk. Uovol-loki'.  lans and specifications prepared  in India" Ink or Blueprint '��������� ���������  ���������   "     Drawings.  IKCr^MltM.1*  If you' desire an artistic home with all modern ��������� conveniences  call and see .Maclean who can design you one in any  style:' Queen Anne, Colonial,, Swiss, or any other style  ��������� you prefer.  Interiors and   interior decorations are  his  specialties.     Store  Decorations, Bank   Fix lures'," ,I;!otel , Fixtures ;   Hall  shewing"   pan n el led   dadoes,    frescoes, ' etc.;   Artistic  ,    Screens, Verandahs;.Stairways, etc. can be got put to  suit the market.   , , ( "   ' '    ���������  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  C.  AMPI'WLL ic CO.     ,  1 |i  Fashionable Tailors.  *   REAL ESTATE AND MINING.  FRED   3. WRONG,"  '  Roal Estate and Mining Sroker,  '���������FEROUyON, 15.C���������  The Siiirdon of llio TroiU l.aku District,.  Co:TesponCcnce Solicited.    ' ���������  C. S. DOUGLAS,  Real Estats and Mining Broker,  133 Co:-������ov.a Si., VA>:COUV3X, B.C.'  ("or*. Broad St. & Trounce Ave..'     ���������c  Oppn-ate the Driard,  Late of Government Street,  VICTORIA, B. C.  Importers of I'Tuo Scoluli and I'aifdjMi Good.-,  m HO.MAS 13KOS. <fc GRANT,  ��������� L   TAILOSS   i  '   Suits lYoin $]2,  Pauls* from $3.  Sample and   niea'-ureinonl forms  sent  ,on ripplicrit ion.  92 Government St.,  White labor only. ,  VICTORIA,   B.C.  MISCITIiLArVEOUS.  ' Td MATHEWS,  Real Kstatcand Mining" Broker  319 Cordova St.,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Mining slocks unci propei I ies bnuu-ht,  nnd Mild on commission. Corre.-pond-  ence elicited.       ,  BEAUMONT BOGGS &. CO. ,  -  Mining Brokers,  ���������     '��������� VICTORIA, B. C.  Mines'find Mining1 Stocks.-  C0?!RE3P0,\DENCE SOLICITED.  ynk,;   " I'emon.-,! ranee "'    und   ,-*.'iv:-:  .supporters and ure  not   lepivbenl.iti-. <: j .. n,-,s the luuk   hcen   uel'.   ,-uh i.-x-d' in  jiur in full coiif'nlencc^ of the nc-pple.   It, T'nlliiur in with the siuw-iion,   iiiished  , i .      ' * "  is a (iiiestioii, too, whether party   lines j forward hy ceitain American-.,' that   it  or not   are   advisable, 'and    the   only ���������,!,,,"U1 1,ohl  ;l   lilth   ,,f  ilb   ll,!"''-v������'   il1  1       ��������� c      if    ���������       . 1 1 '%   ���������"ll'1"''!"*'  solution ut uliicient and   omani/ed   oil-        ,, v ,        ., ,, , ,  1    j      " iSow-.'i-days il would  he ,a-   n-eless  position is -by convention, at wliii:li i foi1 the Mank'ci Kn^l.nid lo keep ������,!,.  the. people of this pio^'ieo shall ' 010,(ItII or "."..-'.(MUl.tilll) inothe ^.hape of  flctoriuiiK! liow they will oust t|ie.| silver le-ei v. n-s it w diild 1-e for ( ,-ir-  Turnerites for the'.usehes. Revel- > '!���������'"'''������������ "' I"'--1* " '"������* f'������ '!>" i-r-.u i.,n  ,   , iii- ,i i       ,     ' "I   loiton ,l)oi(iii'4!i-.      'i'l'c   Hank    of  stoke, we hold, is a cent nil   and   nm-.t , ,,     ���������      i     "���������'.,    , ,     , - ,  ' I Kii.nlnnd otiunt  Lo have  -aid   Lin*-;   and       ������       VlrMPII  appiopriate place at, wind, l��������� hold tlii.. ��������� iUl;|^ 1)()|   >;|i(,   lh-^   si,.  j.(lll|1|L  p,.,.^ /\    ivicincil.,  convention  and   we , hope   the   callers I ("xplained in 1SII  it   wa-.  well   to   hold I  :*">: '���������  '',,', i,  (some person or pei sous   will   have   to ' "i'**',| to he in a po-.itiun  In   enjoy   the I      BASBEit SHO? AND BATH BOOM,  take tl.e initiative) will decide lo  hold , <>l>i'<" ��������� "'ty alVmcled u- l.y hi-nu-t c j  =      ].-,,,���������$, St.ftei. H,!velstoke.  .,.,.,., ,-       - -i  . '      i France   to'pay   mil*  debt.-,   in   clu-api'i' ' ' ...   _*_  this historical uuiutuu*' in our midst.      ' ��������� '       ��������� -������-   BAR33RS.  inetal.  It is expected, if icpo! is ai.,> as, lad '     " Ii,,tAl h;" h'1" ll,N   l" ���������'"   ui,h   ���������������������������'������������������  'MiMMit,   Auieiuaii   >ULr<.re-.t ion y     Th  j Haircut, 25c;   Bath,  50c; Six Shaving  ,,,-,,,, ���������       , ,      ���������      .p.eMM.t   Aineiu.-in   mi-- i:*-     '���������"- ' Tickets for ������1.00,  as stated, that, theie in.iv ho a  laiiune , .... . ...  , " .1   lhe  vri'v   [idint   u!   it    [         in Ireland'this   winter.      If   ii   is   s���������, | I.l..,1.l.v,1 ,", ,��������� t.���������n^,  ,���������., ,���������.������������������.���������, -y  ,,���������,,,     p^   L JOHNoON,  'though    the   conditions   a:e' ' gie.nly   of -ilvei mi it t,n���������\ . v ^ _ I - r in lai-hi- i he ;      '     |{k\ ki.stoki: Station-, M.C  altered    .since   ])i*e\ious   fainiues,   this ' price, and we m.ij   d;-po-i'  nf  it   ,u   a _     _(1   country which did su much   for   India    l'*"fii ln l;"!"'>"<-''��������� -ni.I   Am.-iu-.i.   tin.,   i- ���������. Haircut and shave 50c.  ^  ��������� ii      ". c        ..i-r.i .i       'hi'   ver\    thin''   uihii-i    lie-   m >i;ii>M-d  will not foryet   their   brethien   in   the ' ' .  ,      *       .       ,   ,       '      ���������  ..-.'.. . ��������� ��������� '���������elieiue oi   I;.l.m n.iii.iii.i'   IK-UK-iaiu-iii.  yiCMi Isle: -Om> thin- that accenniafs    whi(h u-(. l,,*ll,tI .!f,t tlll>   ,.,���������,,���������,��������� ,'|J(.,., '  the probability ut' (listless in li.-eland is,, are c-uile dfir.-ient.    Wlif t- 'I'.-i-l   mav [  the hiyli'prico  of   wheat.     While   the    haw hi-i'ii wi-**-. .we m..iv !)������������������  i-N-s-i-i-diri-.-*-  lv fool->>h. for  c iu-  GUY   BARBER,  "WATCHEIAkEE AND JEWELL*'.31   :o:  ���������  Repairing Neatly St. Promptly Exacuted.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  gj; PICARD,  Contractor   and 'Ihii/a'c,  1APUE' LEAF' HOTEL,.  ;     < '       ,      ,   ILLECILLEWAET, B.C. '   ,  The Pioneer Hotel of'the'Pioneer  camp of West" Kootenay.'  Good rooms, newly furnished. :   -     --    -     .Best table in town  Choicest Liquors and Cigars.     Commercial Room.  r'ATES^^^ \     "T.. RICHARDSON, Prop'  Plan-* arid ..Specifications  prepared   oi,  short not ice. , '-,a  REVELSTOKE, B.C. '���������   '      ,  i*       ** '  P   H.  HEAPS &. CO.,  Mack in cry Brokers,  .7 (! C'oriluv.i Slivol.  VANCOUVHIS,   1J.C.  ������ t     2    'Y, f'3  jUSl^S^ V liS W       llrJiCl_>^    Proprietor  ,   ���������      ^���������-^.ARRQ'WHEl'lJ/ B.C.-=-=^;   , >  This hotel has been re-built  and greatly enlarged.     It is newly,  ��������� furnished'throughout 'arid  affords   every convenience F���������  to guests.     It   is   be-iliftilly situated   overlooking Upper-'Arrow Lake, and is  located most conveniently to railway depot and steamer landing  ' L__n.ites. Si to S2 per day <,  J.  ��������� -j  ot������.  1-OR SALE- A (lu.inliiy d!" liglil,, second li.mil  SlOC'l   [{.Ills.  J..R.HULL&.GO.  ^mirocf-y Cor-nfortable Parlors.  Oppoa ito 3ruK Store. *  ASSAYERS.  .cro|is    in   other   countries   have   |��������� ,.n ' iy i'>ui!.-n. mr tie* only   UiiIumu^   pei:1!  ,      .     ���������       , I ���������      .i.i i j   ii ' in our liii-incial -v-'i-m i-- th'-   v--i v   in-  ..short,   in    this    tliev   have   been    fiill . , -    '  ��������� i ..   ,     cisional wi-;,ki,"-s ot n!ii   vid   i'-^-i-.c  mejisnre, ot splendid (ui.ilii v and lniih     .. .i,,. ,,<,  \\-i,,.  .,  , ��������� i ,      . ,-  >��������� ' r 1 ,11   lill1  liallK    \\ llV Minim! \\ c Oi-llll,,;;!' i".  prices.   , ly   chno-,e   to   walei     lhat     !i'..-i\i���������    hy  ... 7~'^~ 7~ , ps-.u-iic -illv   i >-dui ui!.'   il   i'iui--tiftl| ;*'    Su  in:-\ ictoiia / uws iiiunts nut   IJi.it ���������,   ,  ���������. ������������������  ,.       ' .,    .  ��������� rl .It, i!i"i t. j i'i I - imIh-1 ici-i-i) v\(>   11 i,i t   a    I--,-,, rii<-. kernel! :nn  the sum voiod fur the I'oaid of JTeal'li ,|,i,k,,l   mIn.-i   uu-h*   a (,i-i.iu.ii|\    \���������-  .wds s.1,000 and s.-rys  that   it   is   (piite conv.-ninit   tor  -Inpiu.-ur    to   th,-   f.u-  piuljaljlu the -s.ilai ies aiid  the  exp^tMi'S ; ,''lM* 1'1"  ",in'  *   l,l,���������   '������������������I'^'apli , w ,i-   in-1  Vi'iili'd, t ii.it   I'l'ii-oii   nn   li.ii^-i'i    i-*.,-l-.  VV'i> can cirdi-r-.il vi 11  .ui> c\ Iwi i-   us  a i'i'W   m'iiiikK   .mil   ,i-,   London   i-   the  {  rOU'.iRIJ  W'KKT,  1  1 ( \ n. ',(���������!.i(,' of IJi'j .il Scliool ol Jlinu-,  ).' iidun, l-'iiifl.iiid.)  Mining   Engineer.    Analylical    Chemist  and   Assaycr.  1 ,*i p'u-iui mi.  .NKW IlKVVKIi.  li. C.  pi Un ip,  -ll\ '*!      Ill II I      ,i|      I In-       \\ I.I ,  of i!ie-<! olii(.-ials (Dr. Duncin and Mi.  Wimlley) will alworb the- entire --iiiii,  -This adds point  Lo our i euiarl<r> nf   last'  week; the nioi,ey all -.'ojie and   iioihin*^    vvnr Id. \m- ii"ed   im.   ,|,nL   ,m   ,,i'i'    i,\\n  /lone lo establish their siinii.ir\  rule-       hank      -*���������       ��������� Tlii1  Tniii..   (��������� u.iiii,? I our  i i;it,,r i,il|i,  Wrr.t. ilu*  en.i-t   papi-i s, uhi'-li :4'i'���������   "'���������������'>'���������  ii i all-"Oi ini.ir'e mm pi is.-.'  mi. I. l.iiid .("cant,  of   the   K!'.,���������|..i.,-    ~'\'   ''"���������  i';'-'"*Iii...i,.i   "l   'I-    I'ul.'e  ,   , . ., lid. ' IVlll   h" IlllUiea -lli.illlv     ,C'e,l|i'!     III!'',     -ll  IK'lli's and -aid  m*i\  !llll"ii|-   ir,    ','icat     ,,    ,,      .     . ,   .    .,,  , I h"    ll  ! loll   "I      t III-   [litll.l     I llllfM i|, [ 1,1  liaidsliips.be   able   to   ( mIm iei, t Iv    ,.,*,,,,. |,,|' , ,���������,, j,,,,, ..    ������������������ Tin- i e\ (.hu i ,r ���������  s iv, when I liey hear of   ^tai \ at ion aiul    aiypnluy    li.i   n r- i.< >l Li i, -.'��������� j< ---. \s L ���������   \,  misery   at    Dawson    t'ily     and    oilier    '"  ' '" ' "r;'l"'1 "���������'*"1 de < i di, s    applw-t,,  I h" -Im k ol i o;n .mil lillllioii I ,<��������� ji t i.i  the i ���������lie (If pal I in. ul a- si'ciuilv Im  hank notes. '  The parent I.mv Iris Iii en -o ami n,led  I hal I ll" term for lhe diiral umi of ,ihn  p.lleill     Is    limiled    to1- IS    ','eal-.,     lil|I    a  or 1-i  t,.p!.-  I!  \\'    I'LI.LKW CAltVKV, K.C.S.  >\   .       i.Mi-m1,   N    Kir,-. !n-t . \l   ^M.l.'i  Miiiinij /'.'n'jii"i i tin/I .\#t'ii/rr.  V \ sr ul \ |,-|;, I!   <',  C-T-rtin" Srn ��������� t  r Po'fi .1 S|;>'-< i.l.r /  ' l ul ', 'l < ' ' '   'ii      l"l n| i .ill     -un !l< in'  I     ill  '       i ,'> In   in i li   HI'   i "ll-l.'lilii, lit      i.f  ,     ��������� ifail i*. i' *, -       '������ 'ii   e, i   , .i   ),  '   "    L', ;,'       i ;.'  Ci      ! '-,,,'1   (.   *',i, On,'  ,,   1/1     '.-1 ���������",      v i< ,-.���������('. ,. ; ,.ii, -i  f,  I,   !',",��������� -  Wholesale    and   E.etail  Purvcvorsof High-class Meats.  BEVBLSTOKE, B.O.  'All orders in cur line \vill b(> in'oniptly  attended to.  <  I Hiitehison k Oo,,  (Opposite (Joverninenb Oflice,)  Groceries, i'eed, Fruit, always  ,   fresh and full stock.  MEW STORE. NEW STOCK  Shoet   Accounts.  yl^ss^^ IJ U ill   11  FRAN K * VAN DALL. Pkoi-kiktok.  J^������*aa������^l  Best Table- in Town, Well Furnished Rooms,  Choieost Wines, Liquors and, Cigars,  ��������� ��������� ������������������. Everything Strictly 'First-Class;.  Terms $2 per day. ' Kamloops,Jk:er on Draught  i  i,  ii"   , In;,*',',, I  ' S"i|>.*-  portheiii points,  tliat, tlics  diri initliin^  at all to promote il.  To Meet at Revelstoke.  In- Maxwell party have  been   lie,nd  iASSAYERl  X'%,   *rl*  Wholesale and Retail'^  . . BUTCHER . . ;  iiio.si.i-:i< in  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  ;     ' .1. AIJJIORT STONK, Piuu'kiktoi:.  The Dining Room is fnpnished with thejbest. th  *   Market affords,  THS BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND.CIGARS.  '5   \ IT"  it,  AI'.liAHA.MSON   I'.IIOS.,  I'iioi-iiiutoiik.  FP.iO, M. V/ELLS, i/z.-ie ET/AVi-.r?,  NOTICE.  .fisveistoko Station, B.C.  NOTICE.  fiornal .Vi'Imhi.    Mr. Maxwell   s.dd   in , .  i p i  en! ma .  lie  taken   im li \ e.i i  an ilili rvicu1;    "I rim M 1 oiil'lv* opposed >' ,       ,,    ,',        i  tt -      ' ' > em -, a!    ihe   d i .(11-| inn   <m    ll,  lo   drri win-'    polilir-al    pa rl v line- in    , , .,   , ,  ' .      .   , ,   ,       " ,  .    . f;i111    -,:"1   leiii-wd'.    ii:*i V   In-   mail,,    li  piovincial in il ti-r-, and (lfi noi I lniik il     i,���������;,,-,, ,,     ,-  ,,   . ,. , ,  1 , iii'iti^ it up lo I he I nil  tci hi n|  I - \ , 11  Wl-e eil her III  I lie I 111 el i",| < of  I lie pi n*. -  rnee or tlie oppo-,it ion lo   -.piit,   op   inlo  )"i!.jvf^         "������������������ ,''v;ii:^:lv,v;i;;;,;'-,���������;;:: ,;:;���������;;; .;,;���������. -j",.^   - ^JSW!:,;. ,%V,,:,.V.^ J^V^^VWr.."/*/-!;.  ���������, , i,e  pre,,,,.  K.,������.���������������������������,���������. .wn.         ; ���������';-��������������� -J.-.. ^,.. ���������;,_ f , ,.,,        <f;,fff;> ^fffyf^f -;..;.������ ���������     ;:..;���������./;.;;.���������. ^ ^ ^fl;^ ^f^ ]  repaid lo polll ie-, and   am    III    la\or   ol   |         ii'.i I :���������   ul.  uf I. -.mi',  c,. ��������� , | ,  .   |,,,,.,           i          ! i  'i linn- O i   ,,      I     I    ���������' , , , 'ai/n,iin     mini nil |  liuldin^it .,( Kamloops  ,������������������  K���������vc| -l ���������ke ! r|1AK K ff f!f������ ",' f,!"< ; - ;    >)~"<"ff<' K _.., u ,l . ������;,.....   ,     ,,-, \ fe'f" wi' Ir-l.'i-.,.. I  U..M  i'i Oeloliei1.''  .Ml . Si ml, n' ��������� lil-il U.I in.   I lie'AI.   I'     loI  i'liiraid    -aid,   wi-    lull    ol    -;lil i c, ������������������!./���������      j': ,'  Jfciici.dll i<-- ii nd  not   Up Iii I lie \\ an! -  ol   I ' ' ' ������>  .1 , ii ��������� i   m        i i '       ^ "'! I" '   ' '���������' '  '  I he eolllll I \ .      I le -a nl  M i .   I I 'ifiil n-  \'. .i  First-class Table   ���������   G-ood Beds   ���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   ���������   'Bus Meets all Trains.  3HrE"V"EXJST03r:iIJ,      S_C,  THE  QUEEN'S  ii'  r, a  .,..I.,',, i, i  V ' 'I    i i I  Mm  I,,  a  n I  t  n  li '   i  ei   l I  ' li , i   Hi  I  .."' '"'I  ���������I,|,  lllil   I,!    I lie    i,pi  , e II i  li   '     '     I i.il     i   I   ,  i  ,-'     ii      '   ,,    in i        I     I,  ' II    M     I I    |        I,,,,,  ,,  '     I I  I     HI      I  l|',. I-'I,,  1 ul   li,    ��������� ii    I i h   C \   !��������� r ,.,, ,  i -' ,, ii   ,,i    f ei a, a   v,, i    ,i  ',     'I1 I     I        il'r II I 1,1       a ,  i ,   a ,', i i, ,���������i  ',,,,'       "i-  >l   ,  1 ,' ,  ,   i     , >  i,, i, 11 ,  ''"    '     "l    ',U'   ""I   '-'    '    '     '    '   H      -''    'Ml      'if      HU I>H.|. ,���������,     ,      I I    111,111   '     |    I  '        '.".    f ,. , -1,111,,  '"  '   1'lllllM    I   I     .      u   .I Ml        I' l|,,|l,    ,,,, I, , \���������,|   |,|,||��������� ,���������   I,,I,,      ,,,,|   ,���������    ,',,,,      ,,.������������������,      ,,���������  '       '    '"'        " II        '" '     "   IIIII   ll'  ' ',       I  '   1*1.11 III, , ,   I 1,,||  ' il,<",'.'��������� ���������",' "'.','',","', ! ,"''j"'"1"1 r1"1 '   ���������i.'iii'.'r a. it. ,.i. ..i mi,|.i..i i hi. i.i-  i    '"*��������� " -'Hi'i.., "i ..'ni,. i.:>..    ,       um       i ������,,���������.,.,! ii.,-...-, !ii.ii.y..,i ,iiih. i   "  I" ",'tl.   ,ii I iiil:  I      ,1. II". 1,1   t"l,l   !h'    I '-ll   I'll.. I*l.l.l��������� I  ,,n,l  -:''''    M  ���������   'i ' (   ���������   ,   ,i ,     I,, i, *    { I      i    M  ie i  '    i' ill, .a.   "-,,    (i'i i|      il, rid .1          (,  ,, ,  o . -��������� ������������������   .    .   ��������� i    ,       i ,,:.'.: i, i,   i ,,  i.,i a ( ,'iii., a. .,' i ,i,,i,, i, in   a-. i,,-  11,.   pin  ,���������, '  ol ulii limn ' i r *iu ,. n   ^', mi   .,i   11  AI'KAII.WISON   I'l'ON.,  I'koi'imctoiis.  1    fivcrythinjj new i\wi\ FirsKiass in al! Rcspccis.  ' ���������'���������"' Tiie IIo'jss issiaDRcd with tlio Hnost V/ines and tars in ths Market  n-!n  TB,01j;T 3L_������J22E<rfEl   GXriTSr,; 03.G_ Pi-IE KOOTENAY MAIL.  T-;  PAGE 3.  Dawson's Route to the Yukon.    LL. '  Disc*n-?siu<j* tire route-; to lire.   Yukon.  i.  Dr. Dawson, of tire Dominion   geolujj-i-  eal ,-urvey. ������-aj'& thai from inea-iue-  nieiits taken liy liim al the inontli of  the i*ivei, which would indicate I lint  tlie' Iloolalii <|ii:l 1'iver is of {"leal  .volume, and from reports furnished hy  Indian--, it seem-* more tlian prolialile  llial. lieyond llic danger of low water  lieiuj< (.'iicoiiiilered at cerlain sea>on-  of the year, tliere .-hould not lie any  ferious hindrance to navigation, aud  this opinion i- home out hythe published repoi t of Mr. Hay.-of the United  Slates }>ci>]������>^>lc-.-il survey. Tile latter  genlleman. who went up lo Tcsliu  hake i'rioui Taku Inlet, has ,ffui*ni.-hed  some valurlhle and iflialile data upon  this point, and from hi.-' statements  Dv. Daw.-on is- .-triintrly of Ih'e opinion'  that lhe all-Canadian route, via Tele-  pa ph Cieek, (hence to Lake Te.-lin  and tlie I lontulinqiin Kivcr, may he  looked upon a- heinj^ not only fe.-i.-ililo  hut. actually prelen-alile lo any of the  inaiiv which have been .-ujested.  he American wheat grower. For j that la-t year- LJnly 00 to June 07) flour  .-uiiie yeais he ha.-' been having a hard ' equivalent to 4.olHJ.(XKI lm������hel*of wheat  lime of it. While iiboul his curly \ wa- purchased by Vho-e countrie.- from  market wa.s England, he had to, meet j this continent, .and tlii- trade i- ,ju-t  theie a tremendous new competition 'in its'beginning. 'The ta-te for good  from Hu-i-i;i,_ Argentina. Northern ' bread, when once it tias been formed,  India, and el-ewh-ue. A.-iaticcountries ' i-one lhat never dies out. China and  weie not his customers:al all. Thing.- i Japan will be .-in good customer?-* as  are now changing. Doth China and I England foi- Ani'-rir.-rri Hour before a'  Japan are beginning to' buy \\ heat j (prai'ter of a century has elapsed.���������  Hour i'i om   Aiueiica.    It i.-  estimated ' Fanning.  MM & HAMILTON  LIVERY, EXPRESS  AND DRAYiNG..  Too Late In The Season.  The Canadian lui.-iiie-'s hou-es in  London say thai, the decline of 4*170,-  (XX) in Hiili-hicxports to Canada since  the new preferential UirilT has. been in  operation i.- partly due to n.-iLural  cau-es. ' All agree that the preference  .uf 12A'per cent is giving a decided  impetus to" tiade which will be very  much more niarkeu when it becoine-  2o per1 cunt. lint tin; new Canadian  tariff, it is explained, came loo laic lo  'materially affect, this- season's orders.  Moreover, the stipulation ' that, tlie  goods favored 'must be of Brit i-h origin  which has ju-t been removed, acted  most injuriously, for at least half of  the many lines of good- sold to Canada  were of German, 'French and other  foreign origin. For these, reasons the  Canadian trade shared the decline in  J3i itish exports Jo all eounli ies tvhich"  decrea.-ed 1\ percent in August'and  pei1 cent in the eight months.  \\r*e IjaVe a  | G������������(i Supply ������* ��������� - ���������  BUILDING MATERIAL  AND LUMBER.  Cut Rates for Spot Cash.  Headquarters0 for  stove   wood.  Revelstoke Station, ,B.C.  Call and see iis, We can fix you.  REVELSTOKE   SAWMILL,  i ' i  Revelstoke   Station,   B.C.  Corner of Hastings and Cambie Streets,  VANCOUVER;  k C.  ERGO.,  LIMITED LIABILITY.  ALL KINDS OF  COMAPLIX, B.C.  ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.  Atthe Company's Store is carried a Full Stock of General , '  Merchandise :     Miners' Supplies and Outfits at-close rates.1*  P.O.   AHKOAVm-'AIJ.     .... , TlCM-XJJtAPir TO COMAPLIX.  The Company's S.S. " LARDEAU " connect*-; with all C. P. ]t. trains and .steamers, and makes daily  trips hetween Arrowhead .-ind Comaplix aiid Thomson's Landing. Cuniiiiuuicatinn is thus e..lahli-hed with  all pdiuts in the Lni*deau, Ti'diit Lake and Fish Ci*eek distr ids.   ' ,  The Company's tug "ARCHER" i.s ready td enter into Lowing and freighting contracts.    ��������� ���������'* fl  The Townsite of COMAPLIX is heing Mir\ eyed and will shortly lie placed on the market.    Comaplix  is the out lill ing point and headquarters fur I In- Lardeau and Fish ("reek districts now heing opened up.  . It  occiipie.- a lieautiful siiualion, high and diy, on (he N.K. arm of Upper Arrow Lake, eight  miles  from   Ar-  ' rowhead.    Weep water for vessels all the year round.    (iood hotel accommodation.  R. TAPPINGi Agent for Revelstoke.  Equipped   with   Eley.ilor,  Electric  Bells.  modern   improvements. ' ' ���������  Rales $*2 per day. ,,  Heated   with   licit  water,   and all  G. THOMAS,'Pkopkiktok.  Gompers on the Hazelton Shooting.  -T- '      ' o  Nin-ieen oflhe striking niiners have  su.-climbed lot h" hulld wounds of the  deputy shei iir.- alt.H.'izellon, Pennsylvania. , ll is .-aid that some of the  dead were hi-iilally treated.'  President Gum pel's,'of1 the American  ' Federal ion of Labor, denounces the  killing of the uien. Me says the men  were walking,on th ��������� public highway  where they had us much right-as the  sheriff or president. It may he" true  that, these men were noi native Americans, but Ihey were brought, here by  the   greed   and   ei.'imiug   of   the 'mine,  DMNFFRIIVFRY FFFI1MAIF!  ��������� ���������'���������  : FOR r    ��������� '  LARDEAU AND TROUT LAKE:  DAILY STAGS'LINE: Thomson's Landing to Trout  Lake Gity and Ferguson^  Stage lea\(.'s"Tlioui.sun'.s.t!V(;i*A* morning, ;it 7 o'clock, for Trout   Lake.   City   and  Ferguson; returning, lea\us those places ut 2 p.m..  ' ���������   FREIGHTING AND'TEAMING.o .  .  Good freight warehouses and quick dispatch.     For all information about tians-  , puitalion or hauling in Lardeau and Trout Lake; write.  ���������      . GRAIG & HILLMAN;        ���������  ,. 0'      ��������� l  Thomson's Landing", B.C.  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  n  ,   KAMLOOPS, B.C.  IP.   X  eze, hvlie.  Best of everything going.  RUSSELL   &.  HEROD,   P'ropjs.  IMPERIAL  BANK  OF ' CANADA.  Capital Authorized,   -   $2,000,000'  Capital Paid-up, -   -  -      1,963,600  Rest, -   -   -   -"-,-,-       1,156,800  DIRECTORS:  H. S. HOWLAND,       -    *  -       President.  T. It, MERRITT,    -    -     Vice-President.  ' William Ramsay. Hugh Ryan. Robert  ,   rJaffray.  T. Sutherland Stayner.'  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  -REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C.���������  *-��������� !  Assays on Gold and Silver.  Analysis of All.Ietals made at lowest pates.  Prompt  iind 'Correct   Results   tluarant.ee.d.   ' Reports made on properties,  e.tc.     Give me n. call.  Head Office,    -    -    TORONTO.  D.  R. WILKIE, Genera! Manager.  tliev   suli-  opiu-at.or.s and s,i lon-j-  milted to bein*; starved no wold as lo  their foreign trirlli was. heard, hut now  tlii.- cry ot' I'oiiULCiii'i' is raised to oh-  SL-ui-.- the crime. The niiner.-- will win ;  tliev dr.-crw'to win.  ,   Increasing Consumption of Copper.  It is Lcral il'vint; to note the rapid increase iu'l he u-e of copper in foreign  lands. The co'pper tracie in Germany  especially i.- udvauriurL!- into a pertnnn-  ent and healthy demand for the metal.  For 'tlii- Hi-.-nI ' ."-even' months of the  present year- lruijdaiid and France alone  cdu->umcd 17-1,071.SatJ jnuiiicls.. With  Germany added the coiisiuupl ion is  plrSced at ,2")(),tJ(i2.R*JII. which is only  2(i,7.S."S,0*20 pounds le:--. ihau the copper  product ion of the United Slate.- duriu^-  I he-ame period., The mil look i- must  cheerinir. for Rutland .done will regis-  , ter an rivi-iugc copper cou-umpt ion of  lully "iOn.iK'lJ.OOO per aniiuui, haviut!* increased it- demand for the metal St.'  per cent, .-ince LSf'2.' It hcjjius lo look  as if the American supply will -oun  prove iuailerpiati1 to meet the demand  iii the near, future, aud if Ameiicaii  coiisunipl ion of copper had not (]v-  creased sin It would he (lie cafe al  preen!. \    1   c    flexible Glass.  Money i> heinjj invested in I he manu-  I'acluie of a Mih'-Mitulc for t;lass.  Tectoriuin is the name of lhe material,  and is maiiiifaci ured in t'ei many.  I'iclinuii.ili'd -rcliil.iu i- laid over holh,  -ide-of a kind of well of jrrilVnlli/.ed  >leel or ii-on wire, aud he made into  sheei-* (ine-.-ixleenili df an inch thick,  ll is mil hrcaknlile and is said In he  li,,d:tei ( hail LfljL.���������. 11, heiid.- e-isilv, i.-  a pom-ciinduclor of heat;ii.d cold, and  i.- mil dillh-ult to repair, llowever1 il  is liahle lo h('(,'oine -oft in hot weal her,  and i.- irillainma lile. 1 lurualo.-is much  like tecloriuiu, only more transparent  and harder. .Manilla paper soaked in  bulled lin-eed oil unlil il. i.s liiitli waterproof and 11 an-lucent, is used as a  s.ih-t il ute for ,l**I.*i-*s iu hot house.-. IL  {*. nnes in lonir roll-. U durable, requires  no shadine; from lhe sun, .and, it is  ��������� rsiid, co-Is abonl oiie-liundredl h a.-  ui.icli as gla.-s. Some lime mall.'ilile  glass will ho iuveiiled and then even  those u ho throw :.lo,ies can live in  gla-s hou-i's.  The   present   centre   and future  headquarters for      , "  ,mm CPERATI0H3 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ,-"*&  JL  I A If!  - WI  VDVAN  ft.  ���������0  8  The V/orlJ'a Wheat Crop.  Th" world's wheal crop for tin- year  i.shorl. The ( i up I'm* (hi-* conlinenl.  h ni'i'fi'i', is ni'icir ahove the a del age.  11, i- ciinipiil ed I ii.il I he crop iu Noilh  Aneiica lor I SI )7 i- ahoiit IDO.IKIO.CO')  liii-bel-. ^re.-iii'i- Ih.in hu- lXiKI. 'Ihi-  iii ���������an-i I h,il pel bap- In:- Ibi In-I line  in hislory lhe A nu :-ii an uheal cup  'will'play a big pari in lixiug lhe price.  Th 'I'cis a uo| lier ciuis'idci'ai ion tun t Iiii I.  K. .oil Id   i;i \'c . miiiic Cncihii.au'eiiii-iiI     I m  It is the centre of the Lar-1  ,   deau mining district.    \  It will have railways to  the north and south.  Its climate is superb.'  It has plenty of building  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber at, reasonable  prices on the spot.  Its lak.6 aftords exceptionally good trout  fishing..  It has a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus ob-  tW^K ROUT LA KE��������� CITY  is reached by,rail from  Revelstoke to Arrowhead, 28 miles ; thence  by (.steamer, 10 miles, to Thorn-'  son's Landing"; and . a short  stage of 12 miles; the entire  journey, occupying only 6 hours  through magnificent mountain  and lake scenery.  Well-known ' minino" promoters and capitalists already  have their representatives on  thc ground, and it is ' no  boomer's dream to say lhat before another six months Trout  Lakf. Cirv will be a hustling  centre of business a'nd'the principal town in this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new centre of attraction for the best mining  enterprise, skill and capital  : which Dritish Columbia ha.s  ! magnetized within her borders.  , Tlie climate and soil of* the  idistrict are all, that could be  desired by the rancher, gardener  'Or fruit grower ��������� for whose  ' products a profitable -'incl rapidly increasing market exists ;  whilst to the sportsmen the  1 neighborhood affords game in  plenty.  The accommodation includes  good hotels, stores, post office,  recording office,   butcher   shop  BHASCIIES L\ OSTAIilO:  K-scx.'FurMars Gall.  TiiKcrsall,  NiHKara  Kails,  '    Port Colhonio. Ital- I'nrtniri1. iii. I'atliimnc-,  Siurlt  SUC Mariu.   St.   Thomas, 'Wellaiul,  AVood-tock.      "  ��������� r Cor*. AVolliMKton St. and leader Uure  Tokonto-! .Yongc mid QllUUIl Sis. Hl-illlfl).  II YoiUje .mil lilooi* Sis. liiunch.  BHASCIIES IX NORTH-WEST:  l'rimdon. '3I.ni. PortaKO La l-Vairic, , H.-'.i.  CilKiiry. Albcrla. I'rince, Alhurl. S.tsk.  Kdnioirluii, Alia.   AViniripcy. Man.  ���������   *    BRITISH COLUMBIA :.     ���������  Viuicouvci1.      ....        Itcvulstoke.  f' AGENTS:     ' ,    ,    *  London. Knc Lloyd'-- Uaiik. Ltd. N'hw Yoiuc,  Hank of .Aloiitr-Ciil.  '  Smelting  & Tpadinsr. Co,; Ltd.  Bonds naddcljsiiiurcs tjought and sold.  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.  AND  Ir1  l'VUK  E FOR SALE  A number of lots centrally located  c  in their Townsite  The central point of  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  -FROM REVELSTOKE  To all"Points  East and,West.  taining an   absolutely: :ancJ'"a"y ljriv;ilc residences._  jj lunlding operations'are in  j | full progress, and the establish-  11 ment of the sawmill Avill tend  j 'still more' to enhance   the  un  clear title.  ;mediate growth  of this rising  1 town.  PRICES   OP   LOTS,  nside. $ioo; payable $33.33 down, $33.33 in 3 months, $33.33  in 6 months.  Comer*-", $150: payable $50 down, $50 in 3 month1*.   $50   in   6  nn mil's  I (These prices are for a short tinie only.)  T.  L.M A K I, kKYKi.sTOKK. General Agent.'''  .jITIGIl'-Mt-lM-il*^^  THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver1, Winnipeg, St.. Paul,   t'liic-  -  ;\<^(i, Muntrciii; Turunto, New Y(ii*k.  first-class dining- and sleeping  cars on alt trains.  <    ������  TlirciiiKli ToiiriM cais lo SI. l\iul ���������'daily, nnd In  Toronlo uvory Jlnndiiy, and Montrcnl und  Jld.slon every Tluiriday. ��������� '  I'liruli.-isu liukuU La your (lu-.Lin.vl.ioii  and  havu  your liii^MKc (���������lici-l.cd (lirliilKh.  l''or -Trill inrorin.iLinn n>ito rales tinii', i1lc..n|i-  nlv Ln iicavoLC.I'.lt. AkcmI. In  T. W. UliAI'SHAW, A(,'i-nl. I!i:\*cl-I(ik������,  Or in   K. ,1. COYLK.  Dislricl. I'iis^cii|;i.'r A^cnt, Viinniiivci-.  Ths -' Canadian - Paeifle  Steamship. Co.'s  CTEAMi-RS-  NAKUSP   and   KOOTENAY  Leuvu  AiTowlicud  every  duy.  cnc('|iL .Sunday  fur    all    pnlnls     in   ICiiiidiiiny,     iiinl;iiiK  I'oiiiii'ulinn    at,    Nakiih]i    fur    all    iioinl-.  nn S'iikiis]inn(l Sliican liy. mid Slnciui Luke.  eiose uonnectidii ill, L'nlisiiii  fin1  N'cImmi.  Kasln,  I'nlfdiir, I'ilol Hay.  Clo'-o c linei'lidii al, Trail fur  KikiIuikI,  Nurlli-  port and all point-* .sinilli.  '���������'or full inl'ornialion, tiirkuts  niiips de.,  dill  on or nddre'5'*  T. V.'. BRADSHAW,      -  ^\K(.'iit. lleveKtokc.  Or to  H. MAuGHKIiOIJ. K. .1. COYLK..  Trav. I'ns-1. A(,'������'������t.' I>is1. 1'as1*. Aucnt.  Kclnnii, B.C. Vancouver, H.C.  ORTH KOOTENAY.  &-&-?r tehdvcs.  B.  T. L. HAIG,.  Resident Agent,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  T. J. LENDRUM,    ,  Trustee. *'  A INS WORTH.* B.C.  Owing to the'erosion of the river bank the company find it  necessary to dispose of their smelting buildings, furnaces,  96 h.p. engine and boiler, and 30 h.p. boiler. The whole  will be sold in part or en blcc.     Inquire of above.  Columbia & Western Ry.  Time T.ililo No. <i. Tolnko ell'ocL July .'I. 1M17.  Dally I'oUvurn 'J'r.iil aud I'rw-.liuwl.  No. I! im������sciiK('i' ld-'ii'"! Ito^sliuid    -, -   7:1(1 n.ni.  Ciniiii-clh willi sti inner n*. 'I'lnll.  No. !! passi'iiir*!1!1 Icimcs Tiail    -   -   -   S:l.*i n.in.  ConnceLs willi 1,'ed .Aliiiiiil.-iin for HpoUnnc.  No. 'I insii'ii;?!'!* Ic \\ ci L'd^l.iiul    -   -     11   a.in.  ('nnin-' I . willi r.I'.l*. -U.uii'.r', f'ir iiorl 'i.  i , i  r.'n  1 |i.i ���������( liner Iciiics I iiu!     -     -     - Vl:M li.in.  i  .,      . 0��������� . .- ,  i     ,  C(,i'ii"it. -...ll. (MM!. -Ii.iiiiii- In,in ni.ill'.     ll'-iO bc'.tCf" oC / .: ���������" OP,   i!.7!   market  N'������i. I piis������i n^i'i1 li ,-ui . ifos'.lmid    -   -   n'.Uti li.m.  !  CuiiinjeU v. illi I.Vil .Aliiiiiihiiii for SpokiuK!  No. ~i passeiijcei- leaves Trail  (''diiiioirl.s vvit.li ,sl,ciuii(!i- Lyi.Kni ill. Trail  Oeneral OrTieux:     7     , I'*. IV<: t.'TKLI L'S.  ABSOLUTELY FREE! ! !  GIVEH AWAY M0H7KLY  As a |)rcuiiuin In users of our  _^,^c^ SOAPS..  Return 1.11 e t oupons at I he end of  car!'  iiioiit li and stand ;i chance of  wi n ri in  this liraiitiful machine.  iilach   25c.  Ear   entitles  you to one coupon.  Any of our various brands count  in this competition.  ������$$%������#&  Trail. It. (.:.  S-lFI-NQLEY-. & CO., .STANDARD   SOAP   WORKS,  *:'���������.'���������   133 I Iastings St.t VANCOUVER, B..C      /    y  (leneral KnpL. PAGE 4.
THE KOOTENAY .MAIL.
^ Kootenay Lodg*e
,���/*��?*   No. 15 A.F. & A.M.
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^W/*^  ^& *        ���      '
^S^f v._*��� nyy       a re'held in Liu- ZVhw-
sj^^A d   J~\       (iiiieTtiiijile.Hoiiine'-
--yOr^"^i'~*i'V\"v>fV��_i== H.ill.   on   tlie   liiinl ,
'~x��*^r^W'*L&��f$&sA-*1' ""*>" >"    iii    uaeh
, n out li    at   h   ]i.   in.
Vi-.it in}*;   lire I lire n
eordiallj w-jli-uini.il.
II. I-:. S.MYTIIJ-;. Si-cai.TAitv.
-REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. P., No. 25.
'<��� '
^r- r&\ffr Ue'^ular meet illy;-* arc lield
^fSL-y^S;fe4',  in <j.Mivii<nv-,' n.iii cm-i-v
?Ss��5^*vt.lS*i' 'I'luu-vl.iy ni^rlit .il   <*ij.'ht
&t3%*^>^.--XS*iJs o'clock.   "Vi-iit ijik" liKitlier-
i-.*.v'i.'*-:;S?i*i'   ordiallj  -.vulcoiiii'il.
J. A. STONK, X.O. ' T. J. (JKAIIAM. .Sice.
J��oyal Orange Ledge No. 1658.
lEuKUlii:1 iiU'CliiiKs are lield in
tlie Odd Kclimvs' II.ilI on the
second .mil fourth *t\rci]ii(.sd.iy's
of cri'jh month at 7:.*:il p. in.
Visitiiiif lil-etlircn are cordially
invited.
]���:. ai'aii;.    t. ,i.(!i:.mi.\ji,
W..M. lice. Secy.
Foul Drains.
closets, stables*'1 or decaying
garbage need close attention.
Don't wait for an epidemic
to tell you to use,,disinfectants. -We-can supply these
,at prices which will allow you
' ,to use, them freely.
We have a fresh supply of
carbolic powder and chloride
lime in 25 cent tins. Genu1
ine Condy's Fluid in 50 cent
.bottles,   and   genuine  Jcy's
. Fluid in '2 s bottle's.   Carbolic
' f *      ' .
Acid���pu re .1 and c r ud e���1 n
bulk, and all, the other disinfectants in' quantities to
.suit your requirements!.
'' - Full directions and advice
Vivcn for usino". ���
��� EKTA HUSHED 1SG2 ���
LER BROS.,
VICTORIA, B.C.   ���'
\) Complete House Furnishmgs
, Largest   stock   west   of Toronto.
Write  to   lis   for  Prices   and   Illustrations.
ECIQ-IED-OILiJ^E
TOOL
C3
T.   L.  IIAKi, Xotaiiy Puiu.ic. " W.  F: CKA(!K.
HAIG&-'GRAG*��,* ���
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
Mining and   Real   Instate   Brokers   and   general"' Commission
,   Agents.       Fire,' Life   and ��� Accident   Insurance.
1 Jeprescntatiu's of the Kootenay Smelting and Trading Syndicate.
, Aiionls for llf-vcUtolcP and Trout/ Lalie Cilv lowiihiles.
For  Miners,   Contractors,   Carpenters   and  Agri-
cuiLurisus.
rHOS: DUNN &
1 %/'
M��DOWELL-ATKINS"WATSOH GO.
(Limited)
���Vhe   5>rugotets	
.McCarty's    Block, ��� Rovelsloks    Station.
��� (Jt:o.  T    JIam.I'uy,   "Mf?r. ���*',,
- ",  MARRIED.
< Pauici'II-Savac;1''.���At    Kuinloops,   mi
Tuesday ewnili*;, .Sept.    l-llliy*1 hy
'���   ,'      itlic Kev. John Hudson, B.A., Mr.
d,   J.  W.  Parker   to, Miss   Hannah
Savage, both of Kainloo|i.s.
r DIED.
"Mc^Iahon.���At Hevolrtloke, Sunday,
.Sept. ]2th, Eva May, infant
(laughter of'j\Ir. and Mis. .1. Jle-
Malmii, it-red 1 inonlhs.'
LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
���
Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and.
 Ship Chandlery Supplies.
 ANa a eoinplcle line of  ��� <
Shelf   and    Heavv     HARDWARE. " '��� '    ,
', ^ass3��??g>    ,c  Carpenters'   Tools,    &c.
Jessop's. Steels,  Ore Cars,  Ore Sacks.   Ltc. ' . *
PLATl'* ('LA.-'H A SPKCIALTV.  '
'VANCOUVER, B.C.
I icks, shovels,  spades,   forks,   hoes,   axes,   wedges,   crowbars;   hammers  and  tools   of everv
i   '    ���    ��� ��� '
description. :=!r=r:a=sr"- '    ,
Drill steel; round, flat, band and Norway iron; saws, files, rasps, etc. , ,
Dynamite caps, fuse.
Doors, windows, building paper, paints and varnishes. -   ���
Double oven French ranges for hotels, cooking and heating stoves,, granite and tinware.
i h���*iS      Cr     t *���--*   S - r >"��� I--C p*^t' fl      S ***11**. '    *
DUuiAl*"i��      DnUO.,,
- ' -   Hardware Merchants,
P i* " r '
Revelstoke Station, B. C
Write for Information.
������ ' RdHOWSOM&COd'  ���
Furniture Dealers &. Under takers.
'Upholstering'and Picture Framings Specialty.
AgentS'for Raymond .S(!\viiii* Machine. .Manufrict.inois Lifo Insiii-nnco Stx-ic-ly,
Union Fire Insurance, Co., Provincial I>iiildiii<; and Loan Asssociat ion,
Oiicaxs and Pianos. ���<
No. 2 yesLerday was 3 hours late.
A. jMt-jS^cil is ljuildiu'' a i evidence on
Douglas StM-i'l
Tlie WIS, HAMILTON MMDPAClURlNft CO.; Ml
���'     '     ��� MANl.'I'Atn'UHICHH Ol-'' '  .
THE "RELIAHCE".MM, "MILLIE AS9 SMELKKS-MACHINESY
".   ' ,    '���      FOR t-HE GO^!:!iGri OF GAUAlS ' ,,     r
.    .(Unclsr License from THE E. P.ALLiS CO., Milwaukee,'Wis.)
HcLennan, Mcheely & Co.
 who i .ESAU': '
Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blaclssmith Supplies.
Leho-Ji'zi.^ - f rf&O&t-s-
.   Hardware   -,'-Stoves
\��.jL  WJiuJj'A 01i;,il 1,
Enamel Ware.
-   -���'VAfiCOUVEB,"B.C.
~v- - -   ��� ���
tlriis.lu'i -, KolN,   .Iii;"-:,   ('oncoiiLi'atur.v' Hi-i-ciyi-,   S3!,-i;nps,   I'uuip-..   ('o:iipr('''f*sor--,
Hoi-sis, Huilcrs,  l''i!gincH. W.-it'cr Wheel.-. I'Jtc. '
Solo Agents for B.C. for JOHN BERTRAM & SONS Machinists' Tools.
Branch office    . ' I">'I?rP I? P ]> < \ H > C\ f/i tl       f\ KJrV
VANCOUVER, B.C.   >- -       *-  * J S  ��� I h\ ) Id) [j {j l\ ,   i) J*   I .
^
IADIAN GENERAL'
Brig
UWi
A cai*loa.d of bran and slioits lias
iusL arrived for W.'J��. Pcnsc ('c Co.     o
The Harry Lindluy show will hu on
.next, wcolc.   'J'li^ lirsL .show this -oii-ion.
John Saviific   went^down   to   Ka.n- I Capital.   $1,500,000.
joopson Monday r��tuniiii��,' Wedno.s- j      Manufacturers of Electric -Mining Apparatus,
.1.   W. .CAMPION, .'Srxrelarij-Trm-nu-cr . ���' ., .7.   IL  W.  I\IACFAHLAjStE, Mdmujn:
B. O. IHO^iT. WOEKS OO. LTD.
MiiiiHG MACHINERY       "  " -~~"~~ ���~
SAWMILL MACINMESY
MARINE EME8''    '
General    founders,
engineers, boiler-
ni'ikcrs nnd, manui;ic-
turers of ail classes
of machinery,.
'OorafiP of AtexaBdap St. and' WestminsLur - Ave. faiieoovc-p, B.C.
P.O.. Drawer 754.
9
Cable address "Cove."
(I.IMITHO.)
;    Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
", . ,. <��� ,'**'i Hoists, Puinns. luowcrs. I'duis. J ii-L>t in-' Apparatus, lD\ iiauius for Litrhl ini; and
A lai*g��* ij-tooL show case   run   sai.i:, ] , ���     -^ ���   " lr "
.choap    fur   c-a.sjj,    apply   to   Chas.   J.j    ,       Pi)��ci*. .Motoi-. t��.r nil Viir].����.ev
Electrical tr.7u-1s1ni-.sion uf power'successfully operated''up  to  50
miles by our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
A man.
Tlio sad news of the death of Mr. 1
;uid Mrs. McMaliouds infant daughter J
was received Sunday and a lar^p i
" /luinhei1 of syuipatliizing ifrionds at- I NE-'~5a
toiido-rl'tln-t futu.'i-al soi vices uiiic-h weie i
*ery tuuehing.
In    addition    to     Mr.     and     Mr��. |
JVJel vill's    playing   and    siiiiriii^,   ^Lr.
rffl
���IV
Lsa/^    WW      I
iardware
'&ES2ZZ&       V.     W     W      H  ,    61   l&asjB! U      ^    ^^SC!^    t���rare B
toires   '-   Tinware    -    Tinsmithing,
Paints   -   Oils,1-   Glass.
Special attention given mail orders. 1 , ,
REVELSTOKE.. STATION, B. O.
Jir-iinoli -"MUt i1- in I'nii-U ('ul-.ririhiii.
VANCOUVER
W. H. VICKERS
9 ,
Agent for Ferguson Townsite.
^leiviii and m'i.s. Oent will sin-j-aduet | Real Estate and Mining Broker.-
ju the Mutliorlist ohuroh next  >Suiid;iy j , ���
.evening.,   Mr. Mulvill will tell how he
wa*, turned  frour   infidelitv   to   accept
""-'  ���   ���  ���' I- FERGUSON,, B,0:
ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE;
Bappistep, Solicitor, Etc.
Notary Public.
jOiHce in Hmirh liU>nU, I'ncillu Atunriu,
UKVKI-.STOKK .STATION', U C.
TENDBRS_WANTED
Tfiidr-r-h for* tlu- [lainiing of  the imjw i
i
C3- E 1ST 2E1 -��i .A: Xj '   l&JB
J _1
K.J
T.
I
,    L~.    f\ L Ln.il j
Wholesale Boots and Shoes,
13 & 15 Cordova St., VANCOUVER,-B.C.
Carrk-s the Ix'si lin'-of   miner's 'an-l   nrosDC'.'tor's   I>ooLs   in   the!
Province.     Writ'* for samples.
^
nr"^F/Cf ��� R'
D r\
S   "^ A
All kinds of iron ar&ci sheet mete! "work.
<J(-nU.-il Jlntel ivilj   he   ri'(_-r:i\(-(|   up to ' I)*nnCiriQof AIDO        QTiH        Tll'n i/f.jiOT)P S.Cj]!        n n fl        ?flO
;Ju. 'Jl.st in>t.      l^rticirl,-,,,!,,,   appli.a-; 1 rUiSJJUljbU]^ (lHU 1 1 U V tiiui i3 Udll G li ll U JJ 0
ISisiiMg1 vzoirk.
���lion. ,   Th"  Inwf'.st  or   any tender*   will)
jiot neccs-iarily \m acce-itcd.
ABRAHAMSON j'HOS
liewls-l-rkft, Sept. 10, 1807..
GEO. T. NEWMAN'!
O
Pipe fitting' asici rooiing
For Sale.
I.Ari.S     lUeVCl.K.
-li.    Ajililj" .<!. \\. N7 (������Tift.'.-'fKl;*-
\   j-'iiiST-CLAriri   iirevci.K.    einiip   u.v \
^        /ROBT. GOEDON, Revelstoke Station, B.C.
���Well   assorted   stock   of   Miners, ������r-r-^^���	
Supplies,   .Provisions,  Fur- -      ]
ACEHT FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
200 Men Wanted
,   Yi-ic'h'i'hO'C!     ?*T f*
^^'^^W,'u.i.AiM:vt,��oHrx  IFuU Line  of Boots  and  Shoes  always  orj   hand,  rpipjfn (  1 1 \fU   A   N-fj ( I I ���  I   H  ^      i !
i
ARROWHEAD, B.C.
County Court Notice.
 L.
\"()TJ(!H IS IIKIIKMY GIVKNd llial .
J.\     a. siii.in^ oj* the Coiuil.y ' 'ourl \\ill! ' ' ; ��
li'-l holdcii   al,    Revelslokc.      IJ.C,    on i   IJirlvL(-(I  ill : f ��� "��� lu 'lit   V\i;!l   (*,'(( ll'ic  irV""]lt.        R,i|ll.,   ,ili(i  all   11 M'fid ll
Wi-due.-ilav.   I.h" (rih  day   of Oct ol��n*. j        ^ ���"*
,A-I>-   1.SJI7." at.   10  o'clock   in   the   I'dn-j 11, \ j in I Veiliei) I -..
/soon
/.
��>-*���
Wholesale Dealers in
"^
-**&-
\      lhe CROWN POINT HOTEL     I
! timfi.. v,r. iAj co w��N!F^.QDl!=P!T^ ANSI O'
i
,lf)S. I), ci; A II A.M.
I {e_-;i-.l ra i I'niiiilv ('null.
j?i'*V.l-^oki". S.'jil. (iih. 1SI.17.. d     .    lil - J
'   PETfRr" "fi   \Y.JJ)V,,
! Prjfj.'.llf" , Oi;".
s in r /" , iv
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