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Array I       i      ,,  .-'''.     *���������������  ^S^gs^'K  c-  KA4  /^  J*-  /^?  Vol. a���������No. 23.  REYELSTOKE. WEST KOOTE]SrAY,.B.Q., SEPTETBEJK, 26, 1S5IG.  $2.00 a Year.  N. KOOTENAY'S CAMPS.  WHAT   IS   BEING    DONE   IN   AND  around' THEM.  Locating- a Railway at Trout Lake���������  The Dunvegan Ships at Flat Creek  to San Francisco--Loo!.:ing Over  Big- Bend Properties.  TitorT i.Aivi-:.  The surveyors arc still  ong.-iged   in  laying curt   the  load   h.'tween   Gah'iia  Hay .-rircl Ferguson.    It is (he intention  of the   Horne-Payne Co.-.to  cj-lnlili-.li  the road cur ji suitable ���������jimcIj-- fur a  i-siil-  w'ny jure!  ui hic-.-ili-   this  route   is  now  ;wlijit is desiroil.'   Several    i-cmt i������s-������   have  been   surveyed   and'none���������have    been  ,   decided    upon   yet.      It    i-*,    however,  probable that IIn* sleigh i-nad, for- which  in.rnv routes  prei'iit  themselves,   will  be c-nt liefore wint <*r .*<��������� tluit the   mines  iiniv .-.hin, ,-iiicl   the   i-ailw.-iv  1*011 tt.*  can  Ire cleter-rnine<l later- on.  It is estahli.-licil rrow beyond a doubt  f   tb.-it t here will be' town--  or  places  of  . importance   .-it   l-Vrgiisiiii   .-mil   Gnlelui  ' liny 111 ;r very -hort  linn-.f'<-At   Galena  Hay it is the intention'of  the   Horne-  .   Payne Co. lo pill in a smelt or and'-saw-  rnill' where (here'is a mn-t suitable silo  for tile purpose    At   Ferguson,   N.   P.  Siiowden i.- giving notice   lo   piirrli.-i-e  land, jiikI already two --lores are   niak-  , ing   for   (he   place,    which   are   signs  sutiiieient of it.*, coming importance  It,i-> rumored   here'th.iL   the   I Ionic-  Pavrre Co., who .-ire   buying   up   many  , <>!'  the good   pi opl'i-tie-.  iii   this  camp,  cOird who  will   soon   h;i-. e   a   cm tier-  on  1 lii'ij^s- here, arc  now   after   the   Silver  dill and that   the   I i-au.*,-'.*r   will   Like  ��������� . i.  place this wei'k. Then* ;ire m-\ oral  people lier-e anxious, to know if thi.-* ,is  trui'.    The Sil\ er Cup i-a   magnificent  ' jirop<-r-(y .-irici will prove u wonderful  mine when IY!ly >> developed. The  Ilor ire Payne Co. an- 'leciilcilly in luck  if they secure, it. 'and pi lives wlr.-it. is  said, t li.it tliey'vi.-w 111������- i 1 - Trout Lake  1 ������t 11 cha-os ii.*- of .-ik-Ii great pronti-o  ,'tlrat they will invest' -till furdier in  t iie camp.    Ollu-i speculator*, w'ill have  ��������� t<������ i-iij-t,lt- if this i< so.        , , '  Work wrts star-t.eil on the' III o.rdviev.  lust week.      ' ������  Four  men arc developing   thoBrorid-  l I o  view.  Five iijen. went up this'week, wilh  Hugh Ro-s as foreman, tu build a c.-iuip  .-it the Sunshine ������  Trent L.-ike is crowded wilh nii'ir.  They ,-ii-c sleeping on 'benches in the  hotels. '  -  There arc 2J Inn.-, of ore averaging  . .-ilxuit SO ounces to tlie tun taken out  .-it the Sunshine .-incl Towsor.  Several lior-es b"loi)ging lo the  Jlorne-P.-iyne-Co. were reported killed  at Arrowhead on Thuisdav.  again. Last week they took out, $70  in nuggets irr four d.iys, and expect to  strike the old p;iy streak shortly.  '  The McTOulloeh Creek Tiium-l Co. are  in-17 feel on bedrock, with indications  of jifiy gravel .being near-  CANADIAN   'CULLINGS.  THE GOVERNMENT   SUSTAINED  BY  'AN INCREASED MAJORITY  ILMSCIM.liWAET.  Three i-.-ii-lo.-n|s <>t Diiiivcg.-iu ore  .���������ivor.-igh.g'.-ihnut $������0 per' to'n are now  stacked up ;it Flat (.'reek, where the  C. P. It. is putting in ji -spur. The  D.mvog.isi i*. now closed down pending  tin' completion ot ;l s.iie now in  progress,. Cartw-i ighl, who h:is Leeii  doing the packiirg at the Dun vegan,  has moved his outfit,, par 1 of the pack  train going on llie North Fork trail,  while the Lanark Co.  will employ   the  ~ remainder.  A petition i.s in  cir-c-ul.-it ion   here   for  , the appointment of A. Stewart a.s post-  nr.-iste;- at Illeoillewuet and is being  o\'t,et)*i.-ely signed.  The new bridge at the   Ilorne-Payne  townsite is now being coiisi i-uctcd.  Mi*. Snowden and .Mrs. Barnard   .arrived here Wed 11 e.sd.-i v from  Victoria.  1 I-'KOJI TUK JI1.VI.VU HliCOHOS.  Trout Lake��������� , ,  Sept.. 7���������Kit Iv, Andy Cuninn'ngs  7��������� Keystone, A A\*illi:rin-,  !)���������Silver'Tip, John B.incst   ���������   ,  ''!)-Broken Hill, ii Audi ecu  !)���������Sehna, Selnia Andieen  ' ,  ,.     0���������White Lily, A 11,-unilton  ,     ~   0���������Jewell, E G Mayer-  , II���������Moiiiit<-/.iuna, J MiG:.-gor  -   ' 1 )--](> to 1, J C Kirkpatrir-k ���������  11��������� Silver Bell, L Thoiripson   ,  11--Galena   Garden. 0 II li.i.-ir  II���������Gc'ild'en Gate, II Carter   ���������  12���������Alice E, Ghas Abraha.iison  12- Whalebaek,   .1, Beauregaid  ]7���������Bloomer, J L> McBo,,ald  IS��������� Ele*iinere,     I. X.   L.,   Grail, line and Ilillman.  ,   19���������Brui-e, A Cunningham  19��������� Clipper Fraction. .Sno .vden  1!)���������Skill' ' p ' B.irn.-ird'  10���������Cutter      ,' '���������    ,        Dennett  -2��������� Murchmont, D J\eiiii  2:i--Pi-e.sideiit, Bournei-c .'lector  ,   2.i-C.-iin, R B We.sllnll  ������     ',       ASSB-is^niX'rs.  Sept. 5���������Union,   ITecla,   Calumet,   L.  ,  . F.lf. V. Gc'ild Fields Co. cl al  7���������\ViId Sw.rn,  A Abr.ili.i.-n.soM  S-l.'X. ij., TJ'Uealty  S--JMjiria, Gust Johan.son <-t al  Y.S���������Angola, Uobt Sar<cier.son  ���������      11 ���������Variki-i' Girl. A   ONiincta!  II���������Copper (Jliief, W Glynn  11-Green Stale. F Boiu-ne cl .il '  12 -Duncan, J C \\(.igiier  J2 ���������ijjii-ilea.r, J Kennedy I  12-De.il!i-or.'-llii'-(r.iil,    il.-irloi:!  . J(2���������"Little Tommy.  M W.n-reri  l'2--Pl,ita Prince,'il .) Bourne  'l2-Wliitc Owl, I   r Brewster  12���������Silver t'ip,  C ll 'lemple  .  Jj-St.tmb.iiil,   W C.illajjinn  ���������   I.")���������Wiliukii', Alev Big^i'.-  l~)���������1 Me.igar-.-y, LAithin el, al  ;|      Hi���������!io.",ie,   Silver   King,   itobt  iil.son et ;rl r ,  IS-Am  i-icini.        A! r.ilr.iins.in  Bros et ,rl        r!  ^2Y(;,ui;idi.in    Girl,   .M    Ifnme  ,     ^        et al ,n  22 -White Q.iaii.F Bourne c-tal  22���������G.-iM-ade, J Kuoivles  TUA.VSKliH.S.  I t  Sept. S���������Kilty. .J int's, Gumniing.s  t<i  (���������'aider, .x  "9���������Silver Tip, \ int'*, E.-mcst to  Hackney  n-liide|,eiideiit. Spittal to C.-n-'  15--Itec! Rover, Spit l.al to Dixon  I.'i���������'i'owsei, Knowles- to   Snou-  den  15���������Sunshine,       Ferguson      to  .. ' Snowden  I.'i���������Independent,      Spittal     to  Foley  17���������Bloomer. McJ") uuild toS.-ott  17���������G.ild    Bug,    Liviiig-i 0.1   t, 1  Ni'Win.iii ,-ind Foley  17���������Le.-uh-ille, H.-iye.s toAd.iuis  '      '    '        Bros '  17���������KasIo, cMelin lo Olson  I')���������Caledoni;;   V\\\A, S.,i;,;.il to  Fol.-y  10���������Edna     Alice,     Arthur    to'  Brown .   "  2.-l--Bi>niiis(iii; Clokecy to Knot-  einiy   (lonsolM .Mining Co  On Foster's Want of Confidence Motion  ���������Patrons and  Independents Vote  -With the Liberals���������Rumor Gives'  ���������    McCarthy ?. Portfolio. ���������  ,Ex-Finance- Minister Fo.ster moved  1 want of, confidence motion on the  i.r.idc e-ile*li.ou in, tlie (Jommons last,  Wc dnesday. The vote, stood 7ti for  and 1K5 against. ,-i majority of 97 for  the govejijiiieut. All the P:itrons and,  Inch-peiidi'iits \otecl iigains'l . -tlie  motion. This vote shows an increase'  Cif three in the gov. r-imenl's majority  over  the (iist clii'isioir in Ihe House  Sil Oliver Jlow.-U say.s tluit I he*  school ijiu'st ion is still unset lled,','and  that thedJ.C. Judgeship will lie filled  in a- few days. Rumor connects the  iiaini- of th<* Hon. Joseph ��������� ?.I.*i it in with  this vacancy.     ��������� , ,   '  A protest h.-us been entered agjiin.st  the election of Hon.'Win.'Patterson in  Nurt Ir Grey.       ���������    . ���������  .Senatoi , Ferguson, of Niagara, is  dead.     ' ,     ��������� '  Lord AUsiclivn "will" leave Oilaw-.i  fur B. C. Octoher 10th.     _ , *  'J'he (t/i'i/h' ad MK-.ir.es- the, building 0f  llic 0i-o\vs ^,'est i'ass railway hy the  Goieriiiueui.      ���������  ,  It isn now r-uihorer] that ]">alton l\Ic'-  (Cartliy vvill ha\e"a p-isitioii . in the,  Lauiiei- c.ihiin-t iii tire 'near future.  The, Pi j,-i folio of Ju.stico is , the oiiiccj  iiiciii ioiicr! for liim.  '���������.\ir.  Bosiock in .do his ni.-n'den,speed  in    the    JJouso   nf   Conn  jjiwsinith or*der*and hi.s interest in and  for mining a-, an incius(,i-y, is measured  altogether by the size of the r.rke-off  he expects to get.  The people-1'of British Cohuribi.-i are  sure that the mining industry of this  province will become great' unci prosperous through the ejr<u-(s of men like  Hewitt Bostoek.. .M.P.-, rather' than  those of men like Mr. P. A: O'F.iri .'11  who says that all lie; ,-isks in the name  of mining men (for- whom he holds no  hi ief) '*is to in* let alone by politicians."  It i**, the hope of legitimate mining and  miiicrs that tho-e who make laws will  not let bogus prospectuses and prompt er.s,irlone but will make.tlieni 1 c*-  sponsibh- to the public foi- the truth of  all their statements.' ,  .Mr-. Bosiock's attack ,011 wildcat promoters must su|.,.|y have hit .Mr-.  0'F;irrcll or he would not liavi- deemed  it necessary to lake up thi" cudgels for  them'so warmly and with such personal aluis-e a.s he has in the attack reicr-  rcd to.. ' * '   i\    -.  TWO' BIG TRANSFERS.  THE SILVER  CUP-AND  DUNVEGAN  -    ' CHANGE HANDS.  '-The Horne-Payne Co. Buy the Cup and  Another English Co. take the Dnn-  'vegan ���������Description or the Proper-  ��������� ties and their Ores.  ,    '   Local and Personal Briels.  J. B. 'Mason returned, from . Seattle;  this morning..  'Turn liorne'.s youngest weighed 12  lbs. nt hirth. .    , r  Mrs. F. W. McGregor, of.'.Salmon  Ai 111, i.s in town.  Mrs. Foley,,of Ai-rowho.-ii], is visiting .friends in (own.   < a    '  Tom 1 Ionic's,hoatK will begin their  fall trips on Tuesdnv nc-xti.foi" Dcjwnie  Creek.  nous   on the  V1.'!" '" 1 ! '���������I'"'-'?1-" of niiniug   <!e\e!6pmeiit. i[e.  has ,-ilso spoken i'i:! fliB doliiring of ,tlie  r.-iihvay belt.  1     Pieiniei Peter-;, 01 p. 13. j;, litis been   'morrow.     l'ev. .). A.'Wc'iorl, pastor  .ipjim'nli'd ciiii'l' counsel of   the   sealers  ���������joniniission which i.i-'ets on   the   coast  I his''win tor.  Mrs. ]>. Gorldard'and Miss iSav.-ige,  left for JCiiiiiloujjs thi.s week.  J. T. ILarkley, l;ttc: ..'f the Koutc-nav  House, (folcle.n, will [ireside ;it ythe  Union Hotel liar iii future.  A good cigar is the ideal of a .smokers  'o.n'joyiiic-'iit, buy ;i   Kirniloo[js   una' and  vou will smoke no'other. ���������  'Saying Nothing, But Sawjng Wood.'  The; probabilities ace, that few jvc,.ipk"  oui.side of tiros;" Lii."iied:.-iti"ly interesl.-  ed. iuipi- Ik-jij-iI anythiiig concerning  tiie Wonderful Group .Mining 10:11-1  Ilfrny. This conrpauy wjis org.-mized  with a c-apitil of 'lpl,()i')().0il0. of which"  ���������SUKI.OOil was pm into the  tre.isn.-y   for  iS(;i-\-icesptt-usual hours, morning and  evening, iirili'e., .Methodist   church   to-  .Silih.ild it Pease arc   paint ing--their  .store Imilding inside.and out.  and   are  Two 1,-irge sides! one jit Trout L;.ke  and one al. Illecillew.-iel, and in each  case of one of. 1 he best properties in the  camp,- occurred I his wee!:. '(The property sold in Tiout Lake is the, well  known Silver Gup, which' was located  in JS!!1 by ('banes , lloltcn, Peter  Walker, Thorn.rs'Di.wns, .-ind Lough.yy  McBonald. They did considerable  work on it, and in September IS!).7) it  w;is bonded by I). McGillivray at $'2.\-  000. It was si ill lurlhcr worked and  ore shipped, .-mda half of the bond was  paid when McGillivray, ;uid his  a-iMiciates ti-aiisferre'.l lo the Lillooet,  Frascr Bi\ er and G.u-lboo Gold Kii-hls  (.'o., who yesterday passed theiri-hecpie  foi" .o;]i>,.-jO(), lire lialaucc of the bond  due.  /The property ii 1.1c.1ted about seven  miles from Ferguson on the ^South  Fork of I he Lardeau on a .strong lead  about 30 feet wide which curries <-r vein  of clean ore aboiii. '2 1 iiiilbes, or 2 feet  wide, .-iiid the hal.-inci' is all good, concentrates. 'The cue is ,1 siiverone with  some irold and copper- aver.-iging -I,it)  ounces, to Ihe toil, while the' concent rates will easily go'O to 1. Foi'ty-  li ,-e Ions of ore have been "-.hipped fi 0111  the Silver Gup which went about' $230  to Llie Ion. and .Iheie i.s .about 200 'Ice!,  ot development, work already done,  consisting of .a 71 fnof ?h;ift and three  tunnels, ,-ind tbei e i,'|,w(i .feci, of solid  ore in one di ifl.   " ,  It is a general opinion th;it, the  Hor.ie-P.iyiic Co. have got ,-i sn.-ii) in  s'"ciu-iiig this property as it is one of  tlie very best in the dintr-ict.   ���������  The     Ilii'cilli'W.iel     s;rle,'      or    .nun  properly   speaking   bond,   was1" of   Lire  fixing things up in good stvlc.  J.ack Sands is al wjiys 'prejiaied tod  leaiiiing ane' hauling   nf   jdi    kinds,, at ' !")uuvegan, one of ,tlie oldest  ami   best  shortest noli it*.     8ee him   aljoiil 'youi ' known properties in "that   camp.    Tin*  winter. ivoijcL . * "   j Duu\ egan was slaked in IriJS by   John  - T. li. llaig has had a new sign ptint-'j ^- l>!iy.l and T. W.  Bain, "the   presenl  e.d 011 his liuiifliii^: and Clias. ���������). Ain.ui,' j "w "i-i s.    It_w.cs  opci'.-ited   for ;i   time  1 the new hook and loh-icco   store1   man  las also put fiulyji liandsome .shingle.  The fj-itiios Aid of the Presbyterian  development purposes. Ot this Lit !er i '"burch, purpose holding a h.-wur and  .sum .$.-J.l.().KJ w.-is (li-n.).sed of  at ;i verv    c"IIK'l't' " l'" ^''' '���������������������������' Octol'ier, which  Metal Quotations.  New York, .Sept. 21.--  Bar silver G.V'.  Co|)pcr (Brokcis pi ice). . ..������������������?! O.oS.  '   Lead '���������' ������������������      A 2.'i0.  low figure, jind the i-eiiiair<ing $2()0,()(>J  is held iis a i-eserve.   This cc.rnp.iny h;is  1 n  working   threi-   months  and   has  paid all operating expenses, ;ind  carried civi-i a profit of jjjl.j.tKX), which',  at lire end of the present nionlh, it is  iv.-isonably estimaled will be increased  lo S2-.).0;������. 'Of this st���������ck Victoria  people have $2".0(W, and there is a considerable   holding   in   T do.    They  will, no doubt,' be |-le.isc'd to li-rni that  hone of Ihe'iviiKiining .S200.OQtJ reserve  cm be purch.-i-i'd now under par. The  Wiuidi'i-ful company is prodni-ing a  silver ore. an 1 ihe shipments net the  company yii)2 7.5, ,-inci- all expenses ,-ind  cll.-llges ha\e been deduc-ted. All the  ore shipped up to d.-iti- has been seem ed bv ground sluicing.  is being looked forward to with  pleasure. Look out for- turtiier particulars.  Hugh McPiierson, of the Great  Northern property, Trout Lake, is  building a very ne.it cottage at Revelstoke Station. , His family will reside  he.ie. this winter.  by I lie .Smelter Gnurp.-r iv and consider-  ahli" woik h:is bi'i'ii dime, a'.joul    $7,000  having  heen._.siK_nb   upon,  it.   (o   dale.  There are now (>;i Ions of ore averaging  $100   sacked ,fo.-   shipment     to     San  Francisco,   ,-iinl    which'leaves   to-day.  There is .about one foot of solid  on;  in  t.'ie vein and there arc  over   1000  tons  o," concentialing ore   in   sight    which  goesTiboiit'i in 1.    The'ore   is  a   silver  lend and .cry uniform   in   value    The  mine  is   located   about    15   miles   from  llb'c il'ii'W.iel and 10   liom   the   C.P.!;.  track at  Flat   Greek.    The  purchasers   1    1    ���������  i������  th" vein on Ihe ol her side of   the   fault  i.s found to be perfect.  I'aghteen inches of high grade nrt-  has-been struck, in th'* north vein of  Ihe Bed .Motiut.-iiij claim. , '  T(.',e Grown Point ledge li.i-S been  stripped ami shows about eight feet of  solid sulphiile ore but no walls arc in  sight.  The whole face of Ihe drift 011 the  Gomel is in oi-e.  The Mugwump diamond drill'is now  down 210 feet,. ,  Some very pirlty copper ore has  been found in the tunnel of the  ���������Northern Belle      , ' < ' _  The workings of Ihe.Jumbo .tn'  im- ���������������������������  iiicii-jc i lleic being' II feel, of 'nut in the  west cro-scur .anil in llic  cast   one   2-j  feet. ������ '  B. F. Sh.-iiibul. hiis .-required tlu-  Pi-iuce of Wales group on, Lookout  Mountain for $.')(),000.  si.oi'.vx. .     '    '  The Gar nation^ nc.ir the Kuth inim-  has been sold by Ifuyh .Miiiiu lo the  Mitchells, of Winnipeg, for glU.oOOV  The Ncu thei-ri Belle JVo. 2, will ship in  a few clays a car-load of very high grade;  ore and continue shipping all wintci.  At Ihi; Ulic-ji. ,-i carload of 170 ounce,  ore'is being got out for shipment.,  A bond ol ."���������; 10,000 w;is refused last  week by the owneis of the* Silver Bell",  a. properly on the Soul Ir'Fork of Kaslo  Ki\-er.  The  Washington   mill   has  resumed'������  concent rat ing.    It   was  closed  on  account of a lack of water. .. '  A camp is being put up at the. '  I'.imbler-Cnrihou mine which is 'shew-;  ing up splendidly.  Tin-   Wild ' Goose   group   has   been  bunded by Fvans,   Coleman  it   Fvans,     .  of VancoiiNcr,   for  a   consideration   of  ���������ji 10.000.      .  '. i  '  The,Black   Prince   has   hem   sold   to    .  Vnncoti-. or parlies and Br'.   Bell-Ir-ving  li.rs   r'ec'enily   bonded   (he. Thompson  group at ���������s'lO.O.JO.'  The  Price   K.ilo:,   Co..   org\'iiii'/.ed', irr    '  G.i 1 i fori da, t.akes over the Katon intcrc&C  in the While.vat or.    - > ' ��������� ���������    '  A great strike has been iii.-rile on- the -���������  .Whitewater mine that, makes it r-arrk  si'i-ond to none iirlhi' Slocau. A body  ofp-;ir-bouale ope going 215 ounces in  silver apd about I feet wide was discovered t hero last week.  a    u     11 ,     j ..     m       , "'   -*'"1   <-. 1 <.-i-������.     1 01-   pi i-cnasci  O.'D.   Hoar -weiil   down   to   Trout , ,    . ,,',.,   i������  11 m       j i-n ,     .-      aee unknown being some Fiighsh c-oni  Biiko on   Mond.u-   and   will   woik   Ins ,. , ,    ,   ,   ',    ,  p.iny of large in cans, bill the de.-i  '  - (IKNKIUt.  One day last, week the (J. .fc W. Railway hauled :J2I tons of, ore from Koss-  l.ind to'ihe Trail .Smeller.  Frceiiiilling ore, has���������been found in  Vraterloo i-.-inip that .ivcr.-iges, $70 per  ton.  Midnight Brawls.  mi;  uicxi).  J. II. Hnjir, <me   of   the   Vancouver  syiidic.-rte interested in t he Gi ouridhog  'Basin, left Revelstoke   Thursday afternoon with two c-.-rptialists, one of whom  is interested rir Australian milling properties,   anxious lo look   at.   the  gold  properties in the Bend.    There is cv ry  reason   to   believe  fiom   these   parlies  and others who have  seen  or- heard of  Big    Bend    gold - quart/,   that   it   luis  created   ;i   very   fa\or;rhle  impression.  Gold   is  (he   metal   investors   want, or  fit h'iist some" of tlrein, and   in   this the  Big bend is richer   I ha 11   any other section   of   West   Kootenay.       Only   tire  difli'-ult ies of tr.-inspor.-il.iou has retarded   its progress   in   the   prist,   but   (.bis  c.iiruot, l,is(, long ,-is, with   the improvo-  ,  melitof   the* river i-haiiiiel, sl,e;iiuhoats  will    be    immediately    placed    on    the  Columbia     River    above    Hevelstoko.  Keeu-w it(j"d investors- are   picking   up  snaps ,iow ;i| small figures and gelling  loc.-ilcd on   properties  that   (wo   years  fiom now will lie worth I hous.-ind*.,  Foi- the rciii.-iindei- of the season,  aftei- this trip, L.-i Con no's pack train  will pack from Dowm'c Creek up.  Mm-jic's boats will fieigjil i'rojii Hc\el-  sl ukc In I Inn me ('i .'ell.  The Coiisnl.il inn has lliiee men al  U at j,   a .nl   tn.-y   .iri"   neu-iiig   p.t\  dir-l  ,   Remodel!jel and Enlarged.  For- aboi 11    two    mouths-   cjuiei  and other- have lieen !ui~y in   building  'A si a hi ling ,-i if, ay look place early  this mui-.riirg in the Tenderloin quai-ter  in wliich ji woiiuiii known as Millie  Adams wa-cul twice, but not soi-ions'-  ly.' The attack was made in th." rear  of llie hiuise ari'l owing lo the daik-  trc-ss ,���������)(. was unable lo recognize her,.  as*ail.nil. and could only furnish I be  police wilh a meagre description of  him. and he is still al large. Sire says  lieis l!"' t',uli|iK v.as done wilh a Hasp-  ' knife or dagg.-r. These midnigln  'u-.-lwl- a; e   beconiiug    ahogether    loo  properties all winter.   Hoar i.s a rustler  and knows the. country well.  F. McCarly is painting,, his new,  building. The roof, of course, < is red  and the building ji gray. He h.is put  in \ory neat shades on the part'of the  front, occupied as a incut' market.  Note* the. mt:v afl\erlisenient- of  iSibbald it Peese this week. They jire  out for cash jiui! o.'1'er voir vour full  moneys worth e\oiy lime Go Jincl  look iit their slock and* prions, it 'will  pay you. '  The Mining Tii'vicn; i.s the inline of  .anew eight [urge quinto newspaper  published Jit liossiand Ly A. IL McDonald it Co. It, is ;i bright little  paper anci should do .1 great woik for  legitiiii itc niining in,the "camp wlicic  published.  Chas. J. Anian has opened a  tobacco, cigar, hook and news depot  opposite tiie , station, and i.s alreadv  doing considerable!"business.     He   has  negotiated by their agent Mr. Okell,  of 'Victoria. The term*, are. tf.'JOO  clown, !j>l,7;)0 in DVceuiber of this year,  and'$13,000 in next .July; the bonch-is  agreeing to spend $1,000 in development before I ho List, payment is due.  The ore" from Ihe Dunvegan is so  certain arrd I he amount of concent rates  insight so valuable, that (here is no  question of ihe bond failing through.  The Payne to bo Sold.  The    big   legal    light    b.-lween      (!,e  The Ilorne-Payni! Go. luive made  their second payment 0:1 the Apache  ;it W;i|.erl(!<i camp.  The I'oeo, one of Slocan's gre-et prop-  a rtii's. has been incornor.-ited for ,$!,-  000,00!). The stock is j.ssc-sible and  more is f.-ir sale  Miners wages on the Lc Roi have  been raised lo $3.50 per day for air S  ho-.ir.sshiftfi oin.$:i.(K) formerly, carmen,  a in! shovellers have boon raised from  $2 50 to $:}.  It. T. Lowery is about'to .start a  paper at S.in.Ion.  Xe-1-.o.i school trustees recently held  a meeting to discuss the refusal of the  Government to provide firewood for  j I hi" j nblio school.  respective owneis of Hie J'ay .("mine,  in the Slo'c.ru, which li 1 , b.'ci before! -' '-l1'ih co.npressor and two lioilers  .justice Mc-Cj'eighl for | hi", jMst' . wo i "!",S,) ���������������������������!'��������� ''f!l"!s arv to be put, in at the  weeks, was elisposod of on I"'i iday e.eii-1 ! !;dl Mine-* and the smeller increased  ing.   Ju.sliee AlcGrcighi is.,ii."d a'deci-ee'| |" :':'^   l"s   P1"'  day  c.rp.-iciiv.    The-se  ie   completed    in  I wo weeks.  addit ions lo .-mil imnroviug the   i'uion 1  "     ���������. ������        - D  Hold, and not  lilliliis week wee tbei,   I r������'������I'"������.   ������"<1   in   ....���������   futu...   will     |���������. j J"������������ tf'*-  '������    *������?>������*���������   c-on,,,lo(.e.    1,,,,'   o  laboiscom'plele leaving it .as   it   .,.,,���������;.;''M-l i" I h-police  couri.    Thl.IV is ,,,,, j sim.kc.s HMpiisUi.'s, rin.l   has   a    lot    oi  to-dav-oneofthe   lines,   l���������,i| .,s  in | inu-'b lo'osenes*  going  cm  in I()W11 ���������,,,, | Nl'lcmlid .���������.indi������.s, o,K,ks mul  mag.-i/.ine.s  t   ���������.,,'    '.11, ��������� . ���������     ��������� ~    ,       th'  in.lice   will    in ike     *r     conol..    i,f   <") ihe  way.     See  iiu*   new   advertise-  town.     Ihe   main   cut ruiie-e   is   in   the I ' "    ",'���������'*���������'      a    couple    o,  centre of liu-   building 'leading   into   a | ^X:111IP!('" ���������'-'   "���������   <Mriicsl   oppor-tunity  capacious  olli e 3')x2(l   in    *i/e    from _ Th|J|'" !< '"-g-"t necessity for it.  which   ji   spiral   sl-.ir. a*e    linisLe!    in ! "  1  BOSTOCK'S  DENUNCIATION  nat,m-;il wood .-mii 1 ts' t"i! by ji   --t.-iined j  glass window lead- lo th.'  se;-n:.c|   .-ed I  third stories.    On the *econd fi.n, a   Of.V/ildcatting Provokes an Attack on  long corridor the whole le-ngtlr of tin-  building gives ,hci'-s to t!ul bed; 00ms,  all well furnished arid lighted, and  opens on   to  the ..-iiiing  loom   ,-it   th*  ��������� Him by Promoters.  The best   indication   of  the  force cd  Mr.   Bosto'-k's remarks  on   untruthful  east end. On the third floor th< re ;.te prospect u*os arid 1 heir promoters is the  still more bed 1 oonis .mil mother long ' at I ac k made upon him in the'J'oionto  corridor all well liirhted and   e-quipp-ii.     Wort'! by t bat neiieu i:jus boosfcr. p. A.  Bath rooms  1111! linen   c-io*cis  ,11 e  found on   each   flooi-.   jind    (he   jip.irt-  merrts   of   the  .  incut this week.  Did you catch on to the l\ee. Chinamen who went through yosterdav. Il  w-ii;- Lord Yen Nien, ;i j'el:in iiiand.-u-in,  and his suite. Tom said he would like  to catch that lyoe. alone on Ihe Big  Bent, trail, he woiil-.l bike his sedskin  coat oil him. Th-it i.isuit to Ireland  by Li Hung Chang still rankles in  Turn's mind.  See the new ad. ot Oh.is. PL C..rhon.  j Banister at Law, etc., in ibis issue.  1 Mr. Carlvoii is 'ncrr to slay   and   likes  for Iho sale of llie   mine,   and   niden-d I inii"'"- cureiits   will  an   account   1 el'ore  ?).-p'iiiy   Rerisir;\r  Giiiin, who will also jirrange 1 he (er 11 ,  ondiii uis, a.id   !..in.'   ui'   sal.-   t-f   Ih.-j  mil.e- -Nelson Tribn *ir.  SOUTHERN' KOOTENAY.  Shipments of bullion, m.-nie .Viid ore  f 1 mn West Iv,10!enay *o i'.i: for ':K> ;ue  21,2 ii tons. \,ilue.l at y_>.:i").l.!-77.  ('. P. Wo.iiley, s 'nil.iry irispi'ctor. is  ovoi hauling t'.n-s jniJ.n y .iiraiigeiueuls  al .Veison.  Happenm-'-s of   Interest   Amongst  its      The Nelson. Fi. sin.pp.mi  i{.ijlway  Various  Camps. | Go.'s addition to i{os^lanil will   be  put    j on (be mai'ket shoi 1 |y.  A $2."j,iX)\) hotel   is  to  he  erected  at  G-F.m..|l. who  says,hat -mining win!;.,isl!;(''l'7'     ^c is at   picsenl    to   be  b.-.-omi-the   great   and "      , baiud at  IVle.si.n s Hal!  1 osperoiis   111-  iii-iits   of   the  . ���������\n"|j,"     are'    eni r -ly | ilu*l ry   of  the   Dominion   despite   the!   . .u ;iilul   ivl'1-' "'    'hMckin.iii   it   Ker,  c'paiviti" from iho^e nf gin-Is.      " J cai-ping   1-11 licism   of     men    like-   -Mr.    ^'i'-'turia. was in tiivv n WrdiHjsdjiy.   M.  To the- light of ihe ofir.e is   tlie   new i B".-i oe-k   who    se-;ircely   know  a   mine    ���������^,;,l_-,|"������dd,    agent     for    the    Western  dining room   abom   :V\20  with   table*. ' fj .mj  ,1   wii'eej'nai i-ow."    Another mair    ���������)'"'ling Co., has  accepted   the   agency  for II) <rui"s|s  and ,���������, ih<" left is theb.-ii- ! who tnk.-s evcepiion   tc.   M.*. Bosiock's j f"������- Brack 111 111 iv  Ker and    will    handle  room 301'cet   -cpi.-ire wilh   (wo   -.unfile I -pecch in   the   Commons, which   n-fe-i- I ,',(i������'' <--n.ir.s������ .ifriiinr-,, iikmIs, cl<-.  rooms (ir>v*iii) for the r.seof n n i;d ! r>-<\ im iii.-ntally t���������  -o:n..   ],io;'ci lie- he I       I!KA VFiJ Plug is the highest grade  men.    'J'he bar   is   well   -iq.pl.id   w it h j is (in.-ui-.g. i,  (;,.,,. _\ _ crhl._   .J -_;���������,,, onto 1 ;m(- riclie-l  ila\ -ireci (!ji<.w ,'i,g   Tobacco  Tli.Vli. CliKKK.  The tunnel on lire Ivooti'n;iy now  shews a body of ore about 20 feel wide  part of which .assavs .about $]0d in  gold.  Woi k h;is begun cm the Big Three  proporlv which is oper.ilcd by Toronto  people  The Walliugfoj-d tunnel is "in" 127  foot aiid is Hearing the lodge.  Ka-.lo  (Smokers do not f;iil) jo inspect   the  now stock of fiist-el.-iss tobaccos, cigars,  Turkish   and    lSg_-.jui.in   cigarettes   at  ,,thc new stme ujijinsire the station.      *  A sign with the word " Ki.seiiiii'irn "  in l.nge let re- is i.s being pain led at the  station.   What it meant puzzled many.  camp . near  suggests  liquois.-ind cigar- nnd ihe 1 iii*i:io i-Ycil isi.,((. .tg,....) W;U) \,ul icicnlly  exc.'lleni. I Si:--, meets ail 11.1 in* and j gra vit,it. d r o 1'h :f large a n.i iiici ea-ing  g.li"-ls receive e\e. v ,i!!"i.d i .1, ,,| lb, ' c-l.l ��������� 11| , 11 ;,LJ le-lue,, known ,1s mining  baud* nl lheho-1 .an] Jin-I.*--. !!.!<���������;. ru oiool..;--. ,'v.- j, u,.j] j. ,,,,.,._ ,,, |],,.  .TU' Mis-.   Blown. I  j.i.n.j. I..;'-     I���������i���������1;.    j,    ,.;,,:.,..v    ,,i     tll<-  ru.irh  Ti \ ii.  Can anyone e\-j 1,-ii,, why ll.e   pub  nieeiiug to   chscuss   the  ������������������ijipropri.it ion  '..a   i ire- ii\i"i   !i"dv- ,'iid can-, on dpi   i,,,;  c: aire o.'}   as vi'-'ested.  t is the u,.me projj.ised by ll;e Ilorne.-  rire   Ile-ilhei-    Bell   gnurp   has   been;  Pa\ no Co. for thei;  low nsile .a Gjilemi  floated in Toronto.-in,I I !i<- sVcoud  pay- I  B i\.   It soauds r.alicr li i-.fi doesn't it/  nrenl, will now be ijj.jcIi" on I lie bond.       i        i    ���������    :     ,       I       , !,, t    . I  I       i, nine is  lo   be   t no   u.-irne    or    the  (Jood progress is being inaili.   o;i   I be j  j fnrn"-J,a\ nc   C'e.'s     nev.-  Gjilifmni.i.    Tun tunnel", are being run '. Jllei-i!lew;iet.       The    jjamc  and ;i shaft sunk. j ' li..iig!ns of   Annie,   not    Bouncy   but  TheSurprisee l.iim, nn Bed .Mouul.iin. j  Ijihiic.     who    dwelt   at,   Maxwcllon's-  luis been boudeil by a French syndicate I  braes.  '''"' *���������"'"���������<������>���������     . \ WOB1J1S  I-'AIB     At doe .Lie's  Wo:-!; was si.-n-ied on   ihe   Iron   Col! ' parlor. "Fur gent- wn.. ���������,u,i a sh.ning,  claim on Mouelnv. ' ' sh .nip., ling oi  -ea loam, hot   and    coirj  The    Lillle   (:ian!    gioup   has   been | !' rt 'i, t-d.acco, cig,ti - ,.ji i cig net tes   of  bonded to S".i! tie people for $jii,000.       jail     ki'jds,      fr'urt     or-    con feel ionerv,  1      The noise in .'���������,(..   O.K.   mine  at   ihej ��������� lalioner-\  .in'*} ������-<i f������ .tii . iii-.-vi    -..'oor   tu  i .ii'jiiiii'f '.\t ici    has   In,.,)   j.,i-s.'d   iind , llie C.'iiiji !fot-i.     .J. A. .Mc.-l;c..-,X. PAC.K ��
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Revelstoke, B.G.
ItliVKLSTOKK,   SEPT. 20, jsyo.
bread which is occurring in this young
province or they might change their
views somewhat. Again, this province
gets but orre-third of the present tax
arrd lire Dominion the balance, while
about threes-fourths of all the Chinamen who come to the count ry remain
here. Is it'.my wonder that British
Columbia members, independent of
party, are united irr asking for- some
regulation of Chinese immigration.
Mil. Bostock's maiden speech irr the
House of Commons \vns delivered in a
manner aird on a subject that interested its .members and drew attention
outside." He moved that it would be
in the interests of the development of
, the Dominion for tlie Government to
- collect all the information possible
with .-respect to the mining interests of
British Columbia rind other provinces.
It is well known that there is rro
greater distributor of population, no
greater incentive to'development and
industry in a new country' than gold
or other precious metals. ��� And that
the Government should circulate reliable and truthful information .regarding the mineral wealth of this province i.s asking only wind will be of
.great benefit to ' all, and attract the
���class of people-most desired. i   ���
Mr. Bustouk's. object,   or,   .'it   least,
"    one of   Ill's   objects,   in    bringing   his
���motion forward was to draw attention
etc bogus prospectuses aird'the   holding
of their promoters responsible  for   the
' truth of their .statements.     In this   he
is'actuated by the same   motives   held
hy all loyal citizen's of B. C.,'  the   pro-
lection of   the   public   and    the   good
name of the   province,   as   a   desirable
.mining field.   There is no better means
to disarm dishonesty than by publicity
-and by turning   the full   light  of   day
,6 upon     irresponsible ���    schemes      their
glamours wane.
This motion, which was carried, will
i   also be ellcetive in the  compilation .of
���   facts of interest relative' to   the   early
growth   anil   annual   progress   of   the
mining industry in the   district   ;ibout
which geological reports or other  blue
hooks do trot treat.     Some   system   to
put together information of   this   kind
is   much   needed   and    will    now,    no
doubt, be put irr motion.     Publicity  is
. what li. C. desire's, and Mr.   Bpstuck's
motion secures it in its most   desirable.
To Locate Sound.
Orre cause of collisions at sea during
fojjs is to be found irr the difficulty experienced in locating tire positions of
foghorns, sirens, and other sonorous
signals. M. Hardy, a Kr-eru-b engineer,
has brought out a device for* telling I he
position cif such sounds by means of
tvvei microphones, one in the* bows arid
the other"   in   the  stern, of   the   vessel.
The bow microphone is 'connected
with'ji telephone placed at the right
ear, and the stei-rr microphone at I he
left ear of the observer, who otherwise
is isolated from the 'sound of tbesigiud.
Knowing the speed of sound and how
long it vvill take to travel the length of
the ship, the observer", bv noting the
interval between the sounds given by
the two telephones; can estimate the
direction of the fog signal. When.both
sounds are simultaneous the fia-* sigrud
is at right angles lo the vessi'l.
The, Origin- of**Billiards.
A letter has been discoveren in the
British Museum which gives I be origin
of this game. It was invented by a
Loudon, pawnbroker,, whose narrre was
Willi.nn Kevv. Kevv not only lent
money, but he sold cloth, and for the
latter- purpose bird., a yard ruejisirre
with which he used to compute the
���amounts. One clay, to distract, himself, lie took the three round ba.l-,
which are the emblems of his tuule���
they, may still he seen 'in JiM..t of
certain shops���and placing them on
his counter, began to hit them about
with his yard measure. He got a kind
'of skill in,making one ball gl.-uice oil"
the othi'i', and bis triends who saw him
thus employed called the game "Bill's
yard." It Wits scion shortened to
billiard. But the yard was the instrument with which' the halls were knock-
e 1 about, iind the difliculty arose what
to call it. They called it after llie
n.-iini; of the pavvnhi oker���a Kevv.
A Boston Man has  Just Completed a
Wonderful Apparatus.
Following in tin* line of cxpei inients
c-oridiiclecl !>y a Russian scicnti.st', Ii. A.
iieardnn, superintendent of the printing oilice of the Perkins School for the
Blind, in Boston, has devised ,-in apparatus by which he claims the blind cur
iicluallv see.
This dev ice, like the line refer red lo,
acts on Ihe principle of varying the
strength of an electric- current by
mean's of selenium substitute' for" an
I've. This clement varies in elect ric-ii!
resist ji nee wilh the-" amount of lighl
falling upon it, and thus varies the
current strength in any ciroiril of which
it forms <a pari. A little practice
readily enables ,-i hlind 'person to substitute llic sense of touedi for that of
sight and lo distinguish t he approach
oi persons or large, conspicuous ol jects
hy its aid.
"Mi". R--ardoir's device consists of n
layer of iiou-comluctiug material, such
.-is vulcanized rubber, in fionloi which
is an oval of selenium, supporlcil on u
metallic grid and provided with'ariru
of metal. The ..selenium is covei ed by
a'gla*>s lens, aiid the whole device is
not more ihan an eighth of .-in inch in
The current of elecliicily is supplied
by a small dry cell   carried   in tire vest
pocket. This current is carried to the
* .i
Head of the person using the instrument, and is passed through a metallic'
conducting path, iii.-icle to conform to
the shape of the head, through the
artificial eve before described, and back
again to the ha'l.lery, thus completing
the circuit. Mr*. Rear-don claims, however-, I h-il llie variations of elect ric current, thus produced iiU'ccL the brain of
a blind person.
'    CH.R, .��.I.I).C.M.) /f '
RKX^LSTOKK . . _ I5.C.
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i.in Ciilire.In. 'I'.iils li\   'JVlcptiinii" en"'iVU'-
<i.iph pioinpll.v .Hi; nihil lo.    Oil)
!l:S!i lo ll���.i.ni.. !:'Jii lo i .end 7 Jo .S p.m.
(i3ii8fu! Blacksiflilii & Woodworke
Repairs Jo Wagons.    Tools Sharpened.
SIJOi-'INC    A    H. I-X'IALTY.
a. mcneil,
Front .Street.  I.'evelslol-e.
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Haircut; 25c;   Bath,  50c,
Tickets for- Sl.do.
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v/uii    ,f UliiirOllDli      HUOliio*)
Choicest Wines,. Liooofs- and Cigars
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Terms ��52 per clay.
i\fin.!()()!)S  I'rcc;!' on
GUY   BARBER,     *
Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.
Ft E V E L3TC M H, 33. C.
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Largest Mote! in Town
The Great Wall of China.
eiiuli i.-DUiily. 'Kxi-hish'i' ccmlrul .uni im
li-k. Will uliiii* 1-Jlo i'y hundred duli.irsii yo.ir.
K;r-leisu .stump ten'lull ]iiirlie ni.ii's ui- l'.'-i: tor .���*.!
sa .i]ile. .Jiij,' Il.ipids Miiiui-.il Walur Co., lii��
II ipids, Midi. ,
VTOTIC'K IS IIKIilODY CIIVKNrtli.it (ill d.iy.-,
i_> 'treiin eltttu I, N. 1'. Siiiixvilcn. uc-linu;, lis
jiKcnr. for A. K. ."Mi-I'liillips, intend 'iiiiikiuji; nii-
ljliciiliiiii lo llic Hon. tliu ('liiol' I'oininissionui- of
Lands and Works tor permission to purdiiisu
one .lmiiilred and .sixly acres of liind in Trout
Liiko Miiiini* Division of Wu-l, ICoulcnay l)is-
trict. eli'scrrliuel .is follows: ('i.iiuiiciiviiiK ul n
pe)*l marked Initial l'osi A .silii.itrd at the
nortli-wc'st cjonii'i-of I). !.\M't"'i*i>ii's pre-cin,ition
of tlirec tuindi-ei! nnd Iwentyueres; tlienee west
loi-ly cliiiins ; llirnee ^onlli lorlyn-hiiiiis; (iienef
cist"forty eli.im* ; t'lcnce n.irlli loity eli.iin-In
point of coi'iiiiieiijoinunl.
���N. I'. rfXOWDH.V.
Anuiil ten-A. 10. .-.kPhillips,
'l'rout I-iike, i:rtli S."iit.. I&'.Kj. l'-J-SIi
Wholesale    and   Retail
Purvcyor.s of High -class ^fcats.
���   REVELSTOKE, B.C. >
All orders in onr line will lie-  pi-mnptly
alt ended l,o.
(\UR' Stationery Depart-
/ __ ment* lias been recently
enlarged ' and remodelled and
you may now procure al reasonable-prices anything in the way
of Staple and Fancy .Stationery
IMF    PSVfl QF��v"--:    Qji,\p->F:5pv
stlt.       !iH.V<-L03Uiii^       il rtr-An iifllss.
Centrally kmi&i Best Aeeomiiiddation,
. ,   ffoe Biis,  Rates SI per day.
BROWN  & CLARK.1'Proprietors.    '  '
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ��� Draught Beer always on tap.
OT QO'DIWeOQ' ' Upper* Arrow Lake, B.C.
Oi   OtJ.BilflVUO.       Under same Management.
Thk appropriiition in tl.e supple-
meirtaiy estiniiite** for the protection
of tire river Ijaulv and tlie opening of
the river- will lie of great benefit to
tlii*- place if properly expended. Good
judgment, "should be used in advising
tlie division of this money so that
both works should be executed to the
greatest advantage.
" (.'liirra abounds irr great walls," remarks <i rVkm eorrespondi'iil in a
recent li'tter; "w.-illed country, 'walled
cities,  walled   villages,   walled   | a laces
,-itid temple's���wall aTler wall   and   wall i -��I��eouiI licenses to cut tnnii.-r on a ono lli.nis.ni:!
.,.,,., , .    ,,   .    i H--I-0 lilo.-k ol tana sitn.ili.il on wist -iilu ol riixi
witbiii Willi.    JUrt the greatest ol all   is "" "
the great wall of (lliina, built 2\'J ye.n-.s
be'fore our" era, of grcirt. slabs of well-
llewrr .stone liiiel in legular c-ouise.s
some twenty feet high, and then topped out with liir-gi", baril-burried brick,
the ramparts high iind thick arrd
castellated for tlie use c>f ;irins. It was
built to keep the w;n like Tar tars out ���
2.") feet high by 10 feet thick, V200 miles
long, with room on top for six horse*,
to be ridden abreast. Fin- 1 KXI years
it kept those    liordi'.s    <it    hay,    in    The
���   . ��� NOTICE
"XfOTIC'K-l.S TTKl-KHY (IIVKS* tli.it lliirf.
i> el.-ij-^nn.'i- iliile I w.ll .ipply to Ihi' IIt-ii
Cliii'f ('(ijiiiiilssioii^r of I; mil- .in.l Works lor.i
li twi'ei) 1,'pper and Lower Arrow Lakes,
Kootenay DisinU, coimiic rn-irig at a i>'.si .t:
soirtli-w'.ist coi-ner near Mo*|iiilii Oivck ab.ai!
tlnve miles li-oiii ri\er, n'miit (i'i
eliain-i from nnrl '��� ivi'si co.-nui-of Columbia K
Ivoiilonay liloek, i-..*.iirri^ north 2*1 e.liiiins, '.ve*t
Uleliaiiis, -tjiitJi .VI eli.u'iis, wesl 1 luli.iuis. norlli
Pill eh.iiu*, west III chains, norlli III cliiiins, east
.silcl'.ain*. south 7(1 cliiiins, e.i*t 5l) cli.iins, south
Wl ciniins. unci ivcst ID cliain* to initial pusl,
contniiiinL- i.lllli) nei-es inure" oi  le-s.
'   JO**l-:i>II    I.KLDXDK.
N"iikn*j), .Sept, l.ltll, Inthi. 2-'-,-!l
(3   '
sW **i
���V'-OTK'K Iri HhliKHY OIVKN" tluit, thirty
^_N (lav.* iirier eiate I will.ipplj to llie Hon.
Chi.*!- t'l.iniiii���ioiier of I.an Is ami   Wnrl:-   ten a
main, and is ju>t a, good and fi u,d | ^^V^"^^^
*���( rung <Ij- when put in place.     How oik- | Ario'v Like. ICo .U'liay Distncl, i oiiiineiieiiiK.il
feels while landing on the vant,   woi-i-
i pn.r,.<.i, lake shore m *.)iitii-wi'*t   eiirner hIidii;
lime miles norlli from  lieer l'ark. riinniiii? e.i*t
ser-rrtinizing ius old iria.sc'.nre, ii.s   queer j-^ *-'i"'"*.  no!-tlri.'!l   Ui.iin*.  ivi-st   mi cli.e-.iis.
" " .J ) ihcnt-c    sont'i  i-jci eliains.   making   lake   llio
old catinou, anil ambition^ sweep iilmig    i.dimn.iry. to initial posi, c-ontainins l.iiDu acr-es.
the mountain cresr.    In .speec-hlcs.s ,-i w<- j
we strolled or s.-it, ami   \z.\-/.m\   in   silent
wonder.      Twelve   hnrrilu-d    miles    ot j
{hi-gigantic work,   built  on   th-*   r-iig-"
ged,   craggy   mounlain   to[>s.   v.iulti.nir
over   gor-ges,   sp.-mnJng  wild   -tre-im-.'
netting the river- archwjiy* \s ith   huge, .
hard bars of copper; with don illegal <���������-.
iind .swinging doors r>.ndi,!i,ii---et    thick ,
with    iron   jirnior���u
seven wonder*?, all gone now,  mu-"  tin
great  pyramid ��� were   toy-.    .Vn   engi-
rri'er*    in   Seward's   par.y   her-e,   s(,rn
1      u * i   -j-*     i     ��� i
n^lino'il   O^fs    /J'irn;
iljljbflly dilli iVJl&ll
Revelstoke Station, B
Contractor  and Builder
Ti* I'ltKi'AltKI) 'l'fl KSi'lMATlOonhiiililinYy
i I'l.ins-,m'l spei-illi-itiiin- I'liniishc-cl on np-
plic.itiou.   J)e.i!ei" in Siish ,nnl Imoi-s.
Soars for Sale anil Jladj to Order.'
J   ' f
���i- '
Hht . ALtS
/ji i ������? iy- [���<   i-Mp-" r~ ri
rjcialt     \   ���*+rz i*��*.j J   ' tl Iat ��.*u Ij��� fi     m.
1-1.  A.   HROWN,
, Revels.toko Station, B.
l',0:'i:l !���".'! OK.
()   i)   i'   (i   '>   .)   t)
��� i a ii (i   u   u  v  -i
(���  ()  <)  ti  O   I' o o
Oil LVblj    iV ii lifc uiCfcOj'   tiiJi    Uti ii V �� ihvilbij     ulUiahvU. _
V*i       I sffl       < 5 1 fsi   .        .  o ��
DJiiHUmi   iifliiiudr Oidli-lil   eha
at   Lahuihg.
more or li'-,*. UllSINK   UIIULKT'J'K.
' Nakusp. i-cpt. l.UJi. I.tUU. ��
Tm;   listing   of    Diitish    Columbia
stocks bv the* stock exchangers of Mout-
i-enl   and   Toronto   ought,   if   properly , ye.-ir.s ,-igo. gave it a*.-   his  opinion   t.ii.ii
carried out, be uf great service irr guid- th'' c()~>1 "f ri,is vva11- fignting   lahor al
i.igi.ne,sUjrs.     Jf'itis   us.-d,   however, the same rate, would more than   ec,������l
.      . ,    .   . , that, of all file- MX).i7M) milesof    railroad
to push the .Siiip ut unknown jind    per- ,       ,,     j--.it;,, -i-. -  ,    .
r ,i 111 I he L Ultei! .St.lles.      In--   jnaleiia!     t
luip.s, -.alueJess stuck.*,,  .some   of   which i contains  would   build   a   wall   si\-   l.-.-t
are now Ijeirrg handled in those   c-itie*
ihe province ;is well as the public;   wil
-(iTK'E IS HKUKHY  GIVEN- -rlinl   wiiliin
���       l?)fia;,* from  dale  I   iriiiirl   m.ikiii,r ap-
pii'.itiou in the  Hon.   Chief Commissioner ot
I..UI.J- -.jiri Work.-  I or  ii'i-jiiis-sion   lo  pwroha*o
HrJ.i.-i-i - nf jListiire l.iiii'l in ijirleJi1!, I)i-tint of
W . -T_   ICn.ll I l!,l>*.   il'-eli'oeil   a-   follows-     C'olll-
'U'-ii. in^at ,i pi.-t nuii-kcl .J.    *..   Jlaitet's S. I!.
enriiiT.-'I >.al< ci at   tin'  ���"-. W.  innii'i' ol   Ali"\-
wond'-r   nr    lbe-'> .irs.p-r   .Milr.u*-   jirci "nprmn,   llicnce   nnrlli   l'i
. i    .     . i ���   i   4.1   -   i i  .��� i        ���     '" e-l.aiii-, w-.-i S'i i ii.uiH,-onlh 41)  chain*,   ca-t   III
world, before wnicli tne-eikl-time cla ���ic*    ,.,.,,_,. .��� .t ,ri|��� . ,���,.|)t
i'i tm'       "        -���     '    ��� j   A   yi^c.KK.
Vn t.jn.1, .Inlv 11th. I-.'*;,
Gepiilicate of fmppjvemente.
!n ;n. *'.! ls.il. ('. in liu*
lilt ,-!��� i      ol       IV. si
.sillier greatly.
Sir. Cijas. Tui'i'Kii Um e.xplairred the-
refusal of Lord Alwidceji to -.auction
his appointment* lo his own satisfaction; but he did not explain how
tluit his was but nil eli:\e*nth hour
ministry calle-d together after the
f.xpiry of parliament hy the. efflux of
time. ��� This alters the fjw.t materially,
/ind gave the. {Jovcruor General good
u-iirr.inl to do whut he (lid.
Vm.il,    Uil>}|.i Mni."-.a!<
!!h "ill* -��� .i< i.    Mil. ,i,;
I-..,..', n.ij iJ.mui r
\\ in ji  i*. aieil - C||,.,.,
tijc i.in'   nf  ''���!'   i
.iv i   1    . ii f * e    I in I
*>i:ui .ii
high and two feet tliick-ti.ugbt .nunnl    rj" IKI*.  \f j'I H 1   n.u   I. \-  I-   -h'.miIi o. .�� :
theglohe.     Vet thisu.,- done   in   only , .,}���, '^ ^^ ^J )\,^X ^ ^"Sli'l vl'.'
twenty ye.u s, without .itiai-e   of  c|el>t  ' Minn'-i i"iiii.,um v.. V.'ir. ii.i.ni  -i,i\'l.i,-
���   jBuilbec,
���rkvp.lstokt:. M.C.���
LANS   and  Specifications
in  Any Style   Hxecuteil
with      Pronij) ��� !
ire. Colonial
Best, Table in
the Interior.    Commercial Sample,
Fire-proof Safe.   Free Bus. ', .
TERMS :    S2 and SI.50 per day.
.:ss     anci
St vie'    a
ro   \I "k r- 'i'iit:.ii !
-I ..ii   i'.i, ,-:     If.n!-
. ..-.    hi   IP. c .1!' .
��� in :
,i,i i
Kiioiixi Mouse.
.). Ai'jl.KiJT .STONI-; i'l-ori'iK-rou.   -
The Dining Room is fiipnishcd with the best the
larkoi affords.      '   ���
,f^        ,����=V       �����
1   \A'd
or Dond. It is the f;rejitest iii hvidu.cl
i.ilior the woilcl luis ever- known. Vc n i
st.-ind befine it. ;i- before the ^re,,t ,
Otnni|i��tent --bowed ,-tnd Mlent." '
fjoii. i' ������ il.it' ii< :-c.( ' t
lie. .mil r .'..i* ,i 11 ;;"|. .a." -
i Ie ml ;,.i-�� uf iif.l.iiriiii'^ ,
��� lIl'M .   i l.oin.
Anil   lu-l I, t  ;���!>,'   ii"I.'
i;.i.'-. i
llllf,! '���
���Il   I 11
TilOSK stickler.s for for-iiutlity who
-Aould do nothiri"; in Uie rruitt.er of
���fjliinese' exc'ln.siorr without, consriltin^
the Mothe.r Cmintry iuxI it* ticjities,
niiiy t.ike conr.ijp* frcuri (he fiict thnl.
ihe: I^e^i-ii.itrrre of New 'Zp.iIjUicJ h.-is
just |i.lss<*.J ;l Chinese e'xclusicjn bill.
lf"if t-lre. nj.-ittcr luw nuL been c;u*ii<-d
lo this ie i^t h. th" i|iK"4t.ion lrf-inj; t.n
ilieie.iKe the; enli jiiie-p Inx  to-SOOO,
'i'lie.    e.iNterners    whe��     Utile      jjIjoiii
" vJiiJclrftii of ji common F'jither*"  kriow
Funny Advertisements. i
W.-inted, ;i rue nn inr t,\*-o    i,'elit!eineii .
about  .'50 feet Ion-.' nnd 20 feet  bio.td.     '
For Hiilc -;i {rifirio, the propei ty of .1
mtrsicinii with ciirved h'^'s,
���Mr. Hrown, fui-rre.r, bft^s to jimionncc
tluit he will in ike rip tjowiis, cipes,
etc., for 1,-idies out of their own skins.
Hu I hie i_q for sale; will e.it unythiny ,
verv fund of ohildren.
W.inled ;ui r>i-^ii,'iist mid ji boy to
blow  the s.iini\
Wl'l iw ill c-niiifort.iblc" c:ir(.'iliiist,uir*es
wishes to iri'iiTV  t.wo suns.
... ;i.i|,
-II.llll I'
ll.it. <! til
. .(im
U i i ;:,'l. .in   .
in;, il i; (,- -���
��� ii.. "I -. ii.i
���' uit nr >i,e
".I'tJ    .1/ I   Mi.    .  III. i-
...I   ',. i..r.' iiu- ,
.IIS,ft"    .'Jl.i nr -.
in i.-', !-'��>
.   I'  -\ii>1-|iK\,
Private Bill Notice.
; \"fj'nri: i.--
I   >.N     tje.ru    -Ail
i   Vs.cjjjijly e.f tlie I'rej.iii.
il i(*   in <J   -e-.i'iTi,  f.j-
I'll.   I,'< >-i tsteikc   W.ii/
I .on! {'i.-.i er I ci.   inr t.'n-
Mi-.   VV. ��� Aboul,   the Ynily    l.ii:ii<    I
could ilel.eel. on liee 'W;is '.he j^jr/.e of l.he
/���UlJilJiij' i Jibou'.L    t.lje:   i.-Pinjie*LJlion ,   for I/n'ldjcnce,
Mr. W.-ill.ice I was Jit the the.iter-
lii-t nij^ht ji while--l went, on II,n-
Lf-r.-i ve's t icket.     I    wish   Vim   would ijol
-   . . ... ,     . .      ! '"'' '��� '"' "
interrrrpt   me  t,Ii;it   w.iy -.itid,   hy   t he ] i,i,_. ,.| <
'I'lw     w.lfc-r    Id    i
:'   Oi Yir'.S  tlj-l*  .l(l[.!l.
���-���   : '* /.'-.r.-'.-u.   ,
<    nf iiriti-li CiiliiJii'.ii.i. !
-oi    '.. *, l-'t tin r<j-|.ur.ite   '
���^ '"1". -   K.'.-. 'i;.- j-.<;ri,!
. i"���;.'..(��� uf I'-l.ilili-'iin/
j  n,ii,T .iinV',111'1   hi.ji|)!j iii^   .*.,i(' r f'.r nn'ii'ii/   i
ifloni'.i'c   in.iiiiif.e'.i: in.r.  il-' ,ii.l   "i .i r  ;,'j
j fi.j-i'.io  '}ti   jc��" i. i.f   }'.-    i I >t"W'    ,..'ir   i In   .ji   j
li.il.'l ml-I i.i rem. .<ii*i   .-In    il.. r,i,l   .-i.ii   ,'ii.n-'
!   nl |.ie' i.t " li"il J".    . '!. .i  :     nl. ..   >if   ���< ������   i , ii - '.
i , i'.j.ii r|,c ;.n -' ii' l'i ��� 'i ..f if< ' . ii'"! i . ,ii,, I i'i i .v
1 i.i in - ,ui'! .'(.' l!. i jiii ���'���..- *���!.���  e 'i.e. i" ,tii"    ..nd
-il[i|il'. of ii,.i< r I . i In i,11 , /" ii ..re! , in,in r1.i
! -.ij.I i-.i'lin- , Ai-'/Jd ." (e :,ir I(iJ.i-j-i , 'ur i'i'
j -ii)i,iii (if li.'iit [>o v. r.U" I .i'.<l I'll'.. i.'i J' in.
i if* inli.iljil ml- ,ui I ;li* ili^lrii i ii, ! in i ' ��� " . ,i
! ;n J lie *<i j'| i. ii I, i,i. . r.. i-f i I   ,ni i in ,ii,',i i   ,,,.'-
in.I ..In tell 'Mi"- t!" r".,n .*''/��� i',. < me - . i.,i.
I ..nil   Mii|i;.n'  (��f   ' I * .' ' it .    ,i    .i*-., .     i -I. ,i;n/ !i.
liu ii 1.11 i ]i i I ri'" I i "i. 1 i*i . J ,nl '. i i in I t in,
I  m .1 -. -    .mil   Ins*   p'j    'i-    ur!   .e.iicii  f '       il.i   [l
p   H,  HEAP3 & CO.,
*��� ���       .i ,ii ('(.:. Im. i -I , ,n ii I I'.iui I! St.,
' VAXCnrVKit,   I5.C*.
R.T  1   d'i f T IT '���! Ti ~T    .Mi'i's .in.!   .Miiiiiij,'
V    AIM' H  ��,H   i M.e -i.ii.e-M.
Ill iiU II 111   (Uil    1      "I-"        J.I...M..M'
I'lixpl-ellll^ I'ril!-.
-.i.\ Mil! M i. I.i'i r\ .in ! s.i\..,_ ''iir.'-iiies,
li'.lii"!-.   V\ .i*i i    U li  .'!^,   i Ie. -i ,|-:im
.;:.! Th3 Cyanide Praesss.
K 0<
S      6,    S  ����.
Trc.-ttejd iineJ ityportcel on
By Th';   M loArthor-Forrest
'.'Ji - < i  '", ii,i.i iiii.il i
D/   TO   M I'A.-tbiir-Y.-i'.-;!,
(, \ UI. 'I.'.l   I. .'I'll.   .11,.1   ('.'..Oll.l.ljiilll.l
(.-(,;���   |. i |."| _/���,   |,"v;;,s
The Casscl Ooki iixlractifi^ Co.,
W   f'.!lli*:w ILnviy, 1-' r .S.. Supt..
V;iiK",i|Ver,   C.C
,("  \-. .i\ in,-   ji  i1!   I    in en I., ; ' fun
AI'.llAilA.MSdN   liji.ns., Pi;ori.'!i:-roi!,s.
First-class Table   *   Good Beds   ���   Fire-proof Safe
Telephone   ���   'Bus Meets all Trains.
1 r
U**." F    lvSMr'     p
R      I
,ir.v .in I   i i.ii.l i,' i ���
fm  Hi.
.1 ','IV I
wjiy,    I    saw   your   dcu*   l'i ieird,
Fri-h. in ji box.
Ml-ri.    VV,ill;ici--\V'luit,   did   -I,,,
fin V
(.lit on i! I'l'iln (lie l',l,,
lli-j-l,'." Creek '���(.-��� I lie f IM; . tin- l'i"l.' ', ind
ilreiieiy I'riM'k,' IIk " I.' ft Ii.im'I lire '.\ii \
'reef'." the "Tv. i. mi!" .\''.illi ('oei niel
-.illlc.c nl I'limilli. "Illciill unci l.'nir |(.|irii
inee; fi.llini li(ir��e-ji(��H-ei'.
.;    ���' W. C'ClVVAN', :
.1.  AH   AIIA.M.SON',
i'i led l';evi;l-;pi!-'-i, 'I!.'(.'.',.-'./|.i: iili. Is:k;.        -.�����;-i!.i
InsiiiMnoi) ant! Mining Ui-oiier.
Il.d'. ,Mniiie,'i'i- I.iiiiilnn ,".- I^iii("ji��lilri.: l.ifc-
���A.ss':ii"ji.iii!(.i '.'(.. i'.l'Ki:';"'��� . \'.,iiii:iiiiV(T,Miiiiil,i;
r.iii-i'ii,ii, Stock in all Rc-iiablc Campania's
for Bn.lo.      ,'. ./i-.'il-l*'
30ii Cordova Si..,    V: jicuuver, C.C.
Ol IPFiV'Q    HO
A i! 1! A 11 A .Ml-'-( ).V    !'.I-JOS.,   jj!<c)i'i;i i;-i ens.
Everyihliv/, new and Pirshciitps In si! Respects. .
The 'tass is stocked wit!) ths.-Finest Wines and Cigars in th.s Market
PAGE :).
-    AS   OTHERS   SEE   THEM.
B.C's. Four Liberal Membsrs Sized Up
By An Eastern Correspondent.
The ..Ottawa   fciri-i'spiirulent   oi"   Ll.e
, Toronto Tdcfimm sends hi- ji.-i_.ei'   the
follow inij .sketc-lrdl' IJriti.sh ('olnrirbi.i'.s
Join Q-Lihei-id   i-e]j'ie.sei!l;iti\ es    in    the
i'eelei'.il |.,-i'i-li ii)ie*nL :--
Frill in the,centre of I he sixth low ol
I-.ilici.-il benehes, in sc.it_s 1 hat ;itc
elifiil.lv .sit imted, (as estate agents s,-iy)
sil four jiotiihle yelling -cntl-'tnen. One
oflliein may lie middle-,r^ecl. but in
order to c ,ii'ry out. the simile of uni-
foi-iriltv,   let.    lliein    all    be    coiim lered
yonn-. Tiiey c ome fiom the liiiid ol
i.t(n\eiiiig c-r-.-ij^.s, of. Chinamen, of
Colonel I'i ior, Sweet Singer lo lire
Leyi-latois of (.'jin.-idi-i, ol Dougl.i-. lirs,
of canned salmoii, and of -ulcl l.rie-i s.
1\oi, loionce.d their identity .my
hiiij-ei", pet ui'L inelilo stale' that tliev
arc the four wicked Giii~ Iroui  Jiriiish
(,'ohnnbiji, \\ ho upset  (lie  calciilai ions
* i
oi.Mijidry  betting  f;��"iit leiiren  in   Tor-
onio.       -        *        -��        *        *        *        i_
There they ate. Xe.*i!"-I I Ire .Speaker
is, Hewitt Uiislock. .Mr*. He-stock has
so' iiiiii-h money that tlii'iii��*lii'Mi.iwi-
{J.r'rt stcirie.*. have heeii set Hi c-ire-iila tion
re-iirelin- hi.-- weallh.' Look ��� ,-tt, h'ni
ji'lie! one would s.-ry, ���'There's .a cleau-
cut e-hiip. Il-I:nj)\\> what he- waul*.'
Ife has ' Views. He would lie _,< or
material (or ihe chciTiil contileiiie
inaii to e"<��M"eise his skill on." Arid one
".��� o.il.l be epiite l*ij>!u. Bo-lock ���h,is
many irons in the lire, but, say men
l'i.mi British CeJliuiibia, heY"ne-!oct,s
none of them. A few years ji-o he was
called to the bar in Kiiglaiiel. lie is n
coll"ire in.in, of remiM". And���ji, fact,
which seems to .sin pr-isee\ ei yhody���n,"
is 1:1,11 rioel. He went to British Columbia because the ci.nnuy furnishes ,-i
Hiiod field for investment. He inii-l.
p . ���.
have found it to his likin-, for his
inlet est-, in the [iiovince ,-ire nianj.
So t.-ii he has said 11c thin-..,-i fncl, u hie. h
i-, e-har-.u-ti'i istic of t he man. il   I   know
weary worn, lr:iog,ii*(l looks-, coiiipari'd
with the-I ime when . they used to in-
elerl-e in cromiet. Iio.itiin**, or l.-iwn
tennis;' The fii.st answer- will probably
be that they conic from too late hour.*,
or the worry .of business, or are the
efr'ivts of the ballroom. ��� .Mistake.
These looks jir-e due to tire bicycle. So
much anxii'ty is de\ eloped in Icu-rrin-
to 1 ide 1 he popular vehicle, unci, when
tluit, scieuc-c* has been nce-nii-ed, in
a voiilin- tl.-e .-icciileuts of various kinds
\\ hich it invite*, Iluit it in.seu-.ihly
Jilfect,, t,he muscles of (he faee, and
ir'i ves c-ven t he-- opc;i.'���>(,. .-ind blandest
physiognomy .-i'i e.incr, c.-u ewoi-o expression, which is relained tlinin��� the
ot her hours of life. At. lea-.("lhe docpu
��� 111 jM. LX of Loiidou���s.-iys so, and le*
o>r; li   lo know.
J. A. MaeFarlane, F.C.S.,
��� Assayer and Mining, Engineer,
62^ iia.stixi;-; st.,
.Alum 1
Bottled Breath.
aiii cliiulic i-s u ill !)���'
lo read of the successful experiments
of Dr. Beisoij, nf .Stassfurt, who, hy
uie.-iiis of "buttled hr.-aih," ha* been
eir.-ibled to ascend to i;reat heights,
hoth on laikY an.l in halluou. The
doc lot, when eneleiivorin- to j^ei
fill-thei" a'i.i\e thc'le\e! ol' ihesi-a I hail
any on.' el*e luis ever climbed or Mown,
carries alonjn a cylinder ol' compi es.seil-
eixy-en. iiltecl wilh.1 lube I'eir bieilll-
i.i-.' \Vhene\cr he experiences ' discomfort on .ace-oum of t he 1 aril \ ol the
atmosphere, a low wluIVs 1'iOm t he
e-ylr'i.iler snilic-i-s |o restore* him. Dr.
Be; son,,, by rue-pis of this dei-ice,
1 eeently a-fended lo ,-iu altitude of '���'>!,-
���"')() feet wh'ich is'2,(XJ0 feet higher Ih.-in
I he summit of'Moiuif Everest.
All a*:sjiy.s and airalytical work elone in
dup'icatH   with
^Serinu'ous person il car; and dls-��atcii.
I?    ' -.'-.jl-12in
Wholesale   Paper   Dealers   and
���'. . Stationers . .
a-ji:iaiii VANCOUVER,- B.C.
VoTICK I.-*"HI':!!KHY Ci'lVRX (hut .-i.\ty
j.��, (Wi) .I.i;,-* .1 rtoi- dale- wc iiiicnil in npjjly ten
IV lionoiable t he-Chief Coinilii-sioiierot Lands
and Work* fur [Jernii��� icjn fi pMi<;liji.-!c eighty
(���S'll'.i. ic's cl Iiinil de-crilit'il n- follows, ee.in-
inein iir; at .i in.-l sitii.itc.il iilicim ten miles
I'lOi'eiii-li's- iip K'iCis-\.i-ii:iN crc-cl: .ind em tlicleft
hank cl -el.! i*:*e(.-k riiiiniii;,' east lollowinn im-
.tiule.'iii'^s nt llic creek lo.-ij (l'i) cli:iiu-i. tSicncc
s'dilli t"ic I'ty IJ(-) (.liiinis. tliinee west Ii.tIj (Hi)
eli.iin*. l!n n. c north l "veiily (J.I) chains to ccjni-
inc;iii-(-'.ii. in -nst. iin.l cuntiiiiiiiiK eighty (M)
.icrts ,it l.itiil inure vv lc-s.
\V. lll'STOX.
N.ikiwp, II.C.,.Inly 2 lit, IriliJ. , 17-ill
���Kamloops, B.O;���
Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs.
All orders promptly filled.
B. WEHKFRirz 1   .    Proprietor
f[L,VnER'   ORES. . .
copper   WANTED
'      Write for prices.   Give ii*��ivs, etc.
'10   AXU   K1SOM'
All Eastern Pcints.
TIii-oukIi Kirst t',!iis^.Sleei)iii^ Curs jinil Tourist
Sleeiiin^- t'.u-s lo .Si. I'.uil, Jlcaitreiibind Toi-onto
without clnniKC.
TO    BUY    OR    WORK   THEM.
aify.thine-   about      physio_j.no.ny.
\\ill talk when l.-llk is ljec:'*.s,li-\p, lint,
in the v,ei*n.-ic*iil.i;-. hi' v.n:.'l, gn  looki: jj
I.il-   troiible.     lii'foit"    this    l'.n MameiiL
dies I lew ill l>o-toi k w dl lie mucii
belter-known in iOaster-u tlau.ul.i' tlian
he i* iieiw. ,
Vou have read jih-cadv of W. W. I?.
r-.lclnn'"-,. licit -,,;-... \. ho ii.oM-cl The
tiil.lr ess in reply lo ihe speech finm the
ihionc.      Mfl..i',*s' wc.i    to   Tcii.nitn
l-l i\ei   ii\,   \\ ;-,e..ee   hi     >.| ;i.! li;;l,e,l, ���in
c.ii. i i hi-r emu er... -j. n! ii'i u-o at '. .-iriiuis
i j.ci   :'.iclnoes   hi,i.!,'
ii.i'.'iii'H'  vlavs  o|   the
i -im i.i .e  11';,a. ding
I Ie -i.i,l too milch of
The World's Largest- Organ.
The largest ni_j_.ui in the 'world is
tiinl in the T/owu 11.ill 'in Sydney,
A list ralia. The" iiilerna! w idt h ot 'this
instrument is SO feet, wil li ;i depth of
2) Ieet. It coin,litis \2i> stops, u distributed beL'veen liu- manuals, look
tin ee years lo liuilil, and cost *->7 ..HO!).
.A I the <ipi"iim<r of I his or_n;iii ,i ilinni'i-
was given in I lie swell-box, at (-.which
.I'll I'i'I'-iiii.s chiefly bi^f-ivifis (if the
niiisic .vvil Id,'1 ���i\ el e prc'senl.
.Call a Spa'ao a Spade.
11mi s. in  J.SSJ.
I.i-- ,spe. ch in tin
M-ss.uu he iiuii'ie
1..* i'..'. iiouiiV-nt
! lie stun,p sj,ei i-h in 1 is ai'i.iie
h" had s.. nn- soi.ti tiicii^ut in i
I.i,id iii,..si- jj_!,i.s,e.s, tiia: iinil:e li, ��� b.-.liy
liieinlier look e.l'ler- f.a.i his' yjn's,
there is ;i head that h.m : u netiriiio
. in il. .Milnnes. too. is ,-i ni,.i-ii.-,l man
.-ind a father. ! lis chaiic e** luive been
' ol a kind that has not been \ ouclisafecl
lo many younj- men. He has ti.i'
lecjuisile We.-ilt'iy falher. he has determination, ;ind hi- has In aius." . In litis
Parliament of yotiny; men he luis as
jjood a e-haiico as any of theni of c-om-
irifj; ti' I he li-ont.
Hail to .M.-ixwell. the_'   baler  of  3Ion-
giill.11is. and unloved of hi llirnij; tlh.-in^.
As you have lu-.-iul.   .Maxwell   is  a   re-
for nied p.-ir.son, and of  the   jVuhl   Kirk
at tluit.    Tw elve years ;if.-:o he c.ime   to
' (\iiiiuia fi oin Scoli.-ind,   where   he   had
I eeu oi (tained.    Six veni s he  spent   in
charge   of   ;i    coiigregalion   at   Three
Jiiveis.    Then'he made up his miiid   lo
;j;ii   lo   British   Columhiti.    Until   las!
sprin-j,- he had ;i chinch ui.l, i here.    The
day c-tinie w hen he  dolVeel   lire   clerical
garb.    Xow he is a politici.iii.   1! I mis-
lake not, we sh.JI hear from i��� ir11  mere
often thrtn from any other  ineiiiher oi
tire ;i I ores.--, id ejuartetle.   Fiorri Ihe pulpit to.l he forum of the people is   not   a
lar  civ.      Maxwell   ha*  a 'i i;ui,ii-k.-ilili-
tiicility in speaking, and he has  a   \\u.
oi oils   w.iv   w hic-h   must have  edified
- i:i,-ii-y a <t,iid elder when   In1   talked 'of
ju-l ilic.-i I ion. or any olhei of l he t hemes
(h.-it aie  mi   much   in   favour   in   his
i hm-r-h.    Maxwell   say-   ll..tl   he   i>   in
; olil ic* leu-good.    Like   ether  men   in
this Ifuiisc. he sees p. il entt'jil il ie.* a head
f. ;��� I he e;ini"st iind    thorough   worker.
When l.c i.-dkcd on ihe  Chinese question I he ol her day   wc   had   a   ta*!e  of
And a \ery fair- epialilv il
Theie is riolhing- like cillin-j- things
by tlie.i ii_g'ht n.lines, or peiriaps we
may say, soul ��� new thiuys by old
name*,. 'J'he lute hisliop of jJeiiyoncc-
s,.;u; W e;. tic.'i essing-' a cciiigie^.itiuii
of ul'lile. i;i-..i!,l.i.l,'s at, (Jxioid : "Vou
puling li.I'll .i.e .''I}' plcilld to call vol!r-
sei\ e-,'.'ig.i,.si i.-s. Y i1'.-. <i (!ieek word.
1 don't think yo.i'ii" ip.i.Cli Ion.! of its
ij.uru eiiiiM.ileut, ,l iguoratnuh.' ij.-iu-
lu.t o"'"ol'.-,Wr k"'1^-;. lY tieiplcii'ly 1111 s li -.ejc 1
He- I l'' "-oilU1'-1' t'ho'iyht, s.niielnii.js it ,hides
the want ejf thoii^lil. Wiii'ii a it.ii i
cl.ie.s not kins.v .i tiiui^-he c.ilLs liiiuso ,
or it, by a long nam;; which sounds
w i.*,e, but means nothing practiciiiv."
0TICI-: IS IIIO'IMBV GIVK.N* that I intend
Lo .apply to the Chief C'ejiiniiNsiuiioi' of
i.iiiuls iukI Works |in- pennis-iioii to purehiise
tho fiillciu-iiii"- elcserihecl ii.istor.i! land : Coin-
iiieiii'iin? in a ]ii>int, when; rlie sontli line of
AlcN.iniler Mult.i'j'sjircuiiiiitinrr claim mrerscets
tlie X. \V. -hoi-o oi Ai-riiiv Lulce. thence west
hljcliuiiw, theuec soutli 1!) chains more or les-: to
.'jlUe, Ihcircu rnllowiny shfire ol hike to siai-tinir
point. , , .1. A, MAGKK.
banlc.'in, H.C., .\iijr. ^lst, lS'.iii. 13-!)t
���.  NOTICE       '   ���
i   ,
V'OTiCWI-silJKiJKilY G.'VKX tliat (X) days
,\ in tor dice 1, iictiiit? as n^eiil lor K. A.
lleieii'tl, int. ii.r t'. ai)|ily to tiie Hon. C'hiei
i"oiiiiiii--,i.i!i. r o: hands and Work-, for perini -
siim in pinviuuc lU'lauies uf i.in.I clesei-i'ootl as
fuli.iHs :
Cuiuiiii'iioiiii,' al a ]io-t ln.u keel I'). A. 11. ucl
iiiinui'.' llie no lh-c.i-,1 c oi-'ie-i- of llie l.iml aj,-
Jilicei lni" by L-'i.i-. Jiiilsuii. a. tin< as .rc-ail fur
ir. of. I!'i;ne-!'.i.\ lie, sitjimo aljeiul halt a mile
11oin the i.ist siriro of llalcim Bav. Upper
Arrow [..ike,. West, K'oiite rr.ry Di-lrict. 11.C,
tiicnce cist III chain-r tl'i'iicc; south If) chiilii-,
lhvni-sj \>'Csl III chains, tlieueu iicnilr III c!i;iins lu
tlie point of L-e>i)iniciii.';rri rd.
Jl.ned iltli .Sept. 1 ilo. X. 1��. SNOWDEN'.
, A'^erit for
���il-ilt, K. A. HEN'N'KTT.
Athuilic Utiwcss iii"ri\ cs   !l:1.3 daily.
I'aeilie    '      " "        U):>;>   ������
AllllOiV  hAKi:  liCANCII   TllAIXS
Arrive 1.3::i'l,  Tnesd.iy.s, 'J'hiir.sclay.s. Saliij-(lji,v.s
Tuesdays, Tliui-sday*.
Will undertake to handle Bonds of Electric, Steam or
Horse Car Railways, or Municipal Bonds,' and Build Water
Works.    Address full particulars     , ���  * '
Manhattan Investors and Securities Company, Ltd.,
iy and   19  Broadway^ New York  City."
Leave    1(5:311,   .Sunday-
A Good Way. .
'���Sometimes,," said the busy merchant,
"I feel lik,j lire i.ocf who wanted, a
lodtfe in some v.-ist wilderness. J yearn
for solitude and .silence."' .
"Well.'" replied his "irieiul sympathetically, '"it"* nn cx|.ciiM\c>. taste to
mr-.-itily. Iiu! .\-oii inii-h;. ccmiuie.,ce 1j>
lakini; \ din-.-i'.l\ 1 rtisenient out ol the
iii-ws|).ij;ei'.-." ��
ATOTiC'K IS II ICiiKHY-GIVEN llial, si\ty
S (B'.) days n "I jr date I intend to apply to
1 he Tfon. lh.'j Chut ('.nninis-ioner of i.jinK and
Woj-Us for pc.-in.s-iuii lo riiirc'.iiiso lli'l acres ol,
la.i.l ilc*uri!i-d ji-. I'oIIoms:
C iiiiiiicni-i'i'r'.it .1 post liiai'ku.l N.!'. .S ad ioin-
inj llie's'i.ii'i-"v-t eoiii."." or tne tin.1 applied
loi' In Cii.is Mtjlsrji. ai-Linij ,is nyi'iitj for it. JI.
llO.-ln'-i'.U II",   s;! ,;,)'.;    .,,1     !'|��     0.1 *t u .*!|01"C    (it
tlri'.'ii.i !',i\. IJ,.iifi- A-'-o.v hake, 'JV"st,
iv'i.ilonry IM-liiel. I'. C.lh'.'nuo en^l M ciiain*.
Ili.-iiuo s nun I'liiiaii'*, thpivt" *'.e*l 4'i ci'ain--.
ilience lo'in \ in - I I.e I'liMiiderin.'- ol Ihe shore
'nn* to pijiiil i.i oijiiiitiurri'c.rierit. ,
Dated   ih Sept. ISKi.     .V. :'. SNOWDEN.    21-Ot
FroaUinprion Rebuked.
' '��� One of the si r i)ii<r |ioin|s about this
c.-upet, tn.-rjiJii,'" said Ihe salesin.-iii, "is
thai, if won't show ilui. as phiinlv .-is
some others. You wouldn't ha\e lo
sweep it ileal ly ,i* often its--"
"���I .should"! have to sweep it ill rill.,
yoium man," iiifi-i rujiteil .Mrs. Ci.isweil
with much sliarpnes*. "We keep tl
idled s-ir-l."
CiIAili.ES DUhijAltJ), intend after sixty
days  to   .iiij.lj   t.l  I lie    C'oiiiniiv.ioiiei',  ol
i.ids .ind W.jrks lu." tioniiission to inu-elinse
'liu- foMo.i-inK cle.svi"il'eel land: yi.uLini; from J.
A. M.i-iee'-. -uiit'i-ue-1, eo'.nor post' thiiice enroll.),!! n'nle niii'lh, I iienee iuii-!i,i!i mile iiiiM.
t!ien. j one-iiu1!' m.le son'rh. one-li.il! mile east
to pl.iee ol commencement, this kind Ijcinj,'
situated in tlie hiii-deiin ' Disti-rut, West
Kooti-n.iv. C'HAIM.ES IUJU.A1U).
Dated Laidean, H.O., Aujj. in, lb.W.  i  .     17-Dt
VpOTIC'i: IS HEREBY (MVEN that within
JJ\ (iy slays fi-oin dale f< intend ln.ikinj? ni>-
piication in tiie lion. Ciiiel Uorrrtinssiuriur ot
,!..<nds and Work* for permission to jmi-eliasc
'mill in Laidt.i'i Di-lrrot of Wc-t Kootenay,
llie liuiiiid.iry of whii !i is deserihed as follow* :
ComincneijiK at A. Jle'ine's .S. E. coiner stake;
thence ue-t '.HI chains, north !KI 'cliaiiis, east !IU
eliaiis-, -ejiitli SIJ eliaiiis lo stiirtiiri- pniiil.
Ijirdoan, .Inly lltli. ISilH. 15-8L
Application for Liquor - License
Trains on  Arrow Duke Drancli connect
Arrowhead wit!) C. & IC. Co's i-ST-iAsmrt Nakl'SI'
ni.ikiiiK i
 To and From	
Ro.ssla.nd, Trail Creek, Nelson,
Kaslo, Ainsworth. Pilot Bay,
Nak'usp,, New   Denver,
Three Forks, Sandon
Kor- full iiil'oriiuition^ as to rates, etc.,
apply to
I. T.   JJiewstcr,
Agent, ltevelstoke.
GEO. McjD. DDOWN. -   '
District I'.issonijor A(fenl, Vanconver, II.C.
Meets All Traiii3 at '
-  --ARROWHEAD���''
Going Diroct, To
Lardeau and '    ��� ���;
* Tlibmsons Landing
Fish Greek and        ��*���   -
Trout Lake.c
Eor further information as to freight rates,
ete., apply to
Columbia & Kootenay ���
Steam Navigation Co.TO
-^���OF CANADA.������
Assets, ..'.........:.. . !. . .-.$ 5,803,270
Income ' ,      i;528,o54    '
Insurance   in  Force '.  34.754,840
New Business Within 1895...     8,866,688
J.   E. CRANE, Manager for B.C.
Agent for Revelstoke  iand District
Capita!, $1,500,000.       ��� Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
, Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,
Locomotives, Co;il Gutters, Jtcciprocnling Drills,  Rotary Drills, Reduction rurd
Lighting Apparatus." ' . ' i.
jWjOTADQ    Either of,Direct. Cuneirt or Three Phiisc Types, Suitable
\V\\J  I  Wr\0    for any iru'iker of Fan, Pump, Jloist or Crusher..
Elet-trieal Tiriiir-iinissoii of Power-, by our Three Phase System, successfully
���perilled up to 50 miles. ��� '     ,_'-
Granville Street���VANCOUVER
0 -^"WRITE
Kootenay District���NELSON
-,   -   '    ���      a-yl-Gm
How Lincoln Kepi Books.
111-- Ijll.-ljii y
l'l'oii) I lie -.Loi e*. of I Ire M'lmelin.u- .*cji,
v. bi'i c-llic MC'-i". ol Ihi' ilili.-iliil.-iiil*. .-lie
lin-ji'd    with   ;i   ile-iic ,-ite   jiziiic,    wi nt
Attlrry Mein i*oii to ]Jr it \>h Coliinihi.i   ,-i
Jc*\v yc.-ir*-jilto.    Now I.e i*.  one  eif  tin*
c eiiniiii*; li.-u-i ij-loi-*- nt the   P.-ie-ilk*  -.loj.e.
A \\ lioli'Miinc lciol<ini> fi'llow is   Morii-,-
011, *.*, itli tlie (ii in j.iu   jinil   life   kinclly
eye' I hut yciin-tr-ii" Sc-ot  inr--,   jme!   Lhrrt
lie liin.ve-ir  e.-iine' by   wnri-.iiit.-Llily.    JI
.slu.nlel    lu-   men   like    Morrison    who
should In- -.(Mil to the Ni'\v tJoiintrie.s to
l>iii!cl lliein in..    Hi- i)-1 .<-��� cli-'ei'iiiiniitioii
Jlliel I.nl.     A.'.el, lic-l-.li"-c lie in ,-i   l;i u \ er
line! ;i N<>-, ,i Si otijin, lie   ran   l.-ill;.    lie
lii.-iil-- n I.I I Ie .-|iei'i-ll I lie ot llei  el.iy I luil
showed 11*. hi*, jiow er*..   \S'hen lie m.ikes
jiiimI li.'i <-i;!i. .1   Ioiil'.i'i-   .ii.ciri'-���   he   will
I i-o\ c I I1.1l    lie    1 ������-��������� 1    I'.-.n-   c-i>iiip.ii i-011
\\ il ii 1 in..- e>| I I.i' ,' loii-.e"- 1 i'i I nil *.
1.1 hi.- e.ii ly 'iil'e
had ji |-t-irrnliv e ineth..el nf ki'i'jjiiiir;
Ijik.Ici*. Ai Ihe lime hi-, law p,iri,,i:*r.
John T. H' n.ii-i, re|iii>-.i'iit e.l tin- S,ji i.r.i?-
fiel.l di--l rje-l in c-i)ii;4:,"e*-. Lim-olii iv-.i^
l'.n c-eel. nrui ii .' L;.I'list hi--will, to ki'i'.i
,111 jti-e o.irit nl'.*.oiii','l.ind. The ; 1.111 lie'
.idi>|>ti-d w.i*. *.iJ!in u h.-il I'.-i.i.ir^.ihle'.
W'ili'll In- l-e-i eivecl .1 ,|i'e    he
i'OTick rs irKfticny Gi\rEXt!i.it iwiinj^
ut I nr el,i:c 1 will ijiply 1.0 LliuSti'iuncli.iry
M.iifisM.ilc; fur'\V..<t JCciiilLiiiiv'Ieji-ji liuciisii to
*.'!l.ik*,. >\ isiv-. .nit] li-c-i-. for l,ililo n^e orrl;-. nl.
inv !i.C*!.uir ml -..ttrale-'cl .i! Ityve.'1-.teiku Stnliorr,
B.O. .1   X. T. MAI.-l'IX.
i.iuvt:-.ickc* sr.u'orr. v..c. sciii. in, it*ia.     2-.'-it
Fp!-/ato Hill Notics.
\-0Ti."!-: is ;ri*:!M:i��Y ��tvi-:x tint .iii-iiic.-i-
^.\     lioi. \.-.!l lu ma !c  lo  tlie   lJ'.'fri*!.itivi:  A*-
..'iii lii j hi" tin- I'l-ui-im-j of Hi ilisli  ('.iliiinliiii, at,
il*  riu*.l  .,'-.-.inn,  fen* .tn  Act to  iiiL*.)i-;ioriilc .1
t'onip.tii} to:' llie ;>;i:-jiti~e of t-on^lriii^tmir, in.iiil-
r.iiiiiiii.'. u.jiiiiiniiicr   .in!   n;>. i.i*inn   icli'ii'ioni;
mi.-   ��iUi:n  ill'.'     lejwri'-rlc*.    of     Iici cl-lokc,
Illc*ill2w.i'l.  T.-oiit   Llic-  City. Hie  Itcnil .mtl
| .ill ill-lim I* ii.1.1 ]ila. > - bit in'Mi  *.ii.i ; m D~.il'.:-,
��� .uni Im*.ill j.'.v.e r. ju:.i  ..iitliiii ilii'*. uln'.'li'ni.iy
l,i''.i'e'il    it      In* Ji. tc ���.'iy .uni   i omliic l'. c   fin-  llic .il'iii'c* uli-
,  *-', ,,.       ,     ...    , ."      ,  -    I  !<c-i-- \V. C'OW'A.'s.-\|i|ilic-,illl.
Ill    halve*..      III-.    Ii.'ill    Ire-    pnl     lit    111- |     [)a;.il l!i-vi'Ni.,ke.*. Il.C. S^jit. ,'.l!i. l*!l.'l.     -JO (It
I: St ii.'irl'- r.oi'lii.ii   Ie-  inn   in   .in!    -���	
en\i-lcjpe   ainl,   inin'liiiy;    it     ������ Si n.-ii I .-~ I
ball"." I
pal l ner's ii-turn fi-oin \\'.i*lin v; o i.
Hall's Landing,
Hot SprinQ's,
Nakusp, Three- Forks
Nelson, and Slocan Points,
Kootenay Lake Points',    .
��Trail Creek,  Rossland,
Northport and Spokane
Lu.ivus Arrira liu.iel for Xnkusp  unci  Ilol)-.ou,
i Monday-*, Wceliii'*cl.iysiiiiel Kriduy-.nl 7 ]).in.
Leave--:  ltolnnn  for Niikiisj),  Arrowlii'iid   unci
Canadian Pacific- it.iihviiy points (e.i*t. and
wejr-tlon  Tric-clriyh,  Thin--.eliiys and .Sntur-'
elaj ~. tiL S:.'i(l li.in. ,
Coiiiicjclioii is nuiclu nl Koljson  with ('. & K.
K'y lor XoKon .-incl all points on lCiiotuiiii\   i.iku
anil   with  Mu.iniur-  "L-iLton"  for  Trail   .mil
ARE, PREPARED to Sell.  Float or arrange "    -
v Capital for Good Gold  Mines.'   Send two a
* , reports, plan,   etc.      Responsible   Agents
Wanted. ' , '  .
For local time curd of (Iiu t'onipnny's i-lcniii-
ei-s on Kootenay i.uhe appl.\ to Llic: iniiscr on
For full information as to tic-kut-., rut us etc..
apply to '1'. Allan.  Suc-i-clary, XuImjii.   H ('.
p,. .-.nd, iji.n-hii-  it   ������siiiHii s, Mnfinp nf H��iip t?ip npniiiH in Pav-
,h.-ew ii iute.,1 ..Ii..w,.|'   until   lu*   nuilub l/'l   Oililj r-Ji  DvlAUlb 11! Edy
raont of AssessmBflt.
Lon^jsl Bridge.
To .-���jIm-tor Ufiv e.  lata of Itoie-l-tnU-c in tins
i'reniiin,"  of   Ilritisli  ('.diiinlii.i,   nut \i-|io-e
I pi-.'-'nt ai.drt'*- i.s iinkjiov. ii, 1'ie.c iiiincr.aiid
rpi   ,i ,   i    ��� i       ���       ,i i i     ���    I   I'o   i'i ink   Ail k"-~oii.  fuirnur-ly  or   liuM-Jsluk-i
1 Ije l..n,ice>t  nrrel^* m   Die    wo,-..I    i.s ,������ ��������� ,��� li(.wa .��� ,,. ;��� \h%, L.ity of T#l.
the Lion IjrU^e,  lej.ir 6 hi,i,'.iiii_',   (Jniir r.
Hicyclc Effo-'ts.
Lt extends o! miles cj\er an aini eif
llie Y'ellow .~,e.i. jiiicI it is Mippo-ted in'
100 liri;;.; stone jir'clies.    Tiie   ruadw.-iv
-.-,  j.i ,i , i ""      -uni v.oiii    lain   ci.iiin   uiu  sum   oi   -ji.irj.J.-.i').  Ji
is ((J reret aliove Llru water*  jinrl    is   en- | sutL-incirl of wlik-li lias Ijcc-ii renderecl to yon,
clo-iecl in nn ir.in  iiot-N\ijik.
coma, froe in'.nir. .mil
in the in.ilri.-p uf tire {/old Yam Placei* C'laiin.
n'AKICXOTIC'K llial (!iis Lund of lie*. eMukc
L ai'iiie-iuil. foe miiii'i-. elainis that tiiere is
due by yon Sj lvester Howe, in respect of unpaid ii-.se~siiient levied on you in i-espeet of tlie
-ui. I el old  Vain el.iini  tlie sum  of ?i ,0-J.'l.!li;, n
irnl payuic-rit or ��liieh l-jmd has been ileuiand-
| td of you.
i     Ariel ihi- ~ iid Oijs iainel elnirns from you, the
I ~aiei 1'rank And-r* jii. in  ri'speet   of. unpaid a���
ire. t V ! *es-.iiijnt in J- -p -.-; >>. th-; - i-d fJole] Vain el.iini
.   , . , ... llie *u:,i of  -JIJJ.-57. ji   -Lal'jjncirt   ot   ��hie'n   lias
Mil  ill ji .s| i-.-el  c.ii- Is ,ilw,l\ s willing   hi | he, ,i r^n le-.-e-d tojuii  ami   payment nf which i~
i .in.] ii.t* heon d'.-iiianded from yon.
X..v.-. :'i..r.-."iirc-. iiolt.jej  )s  li-ivhy (,'iii-n   lli.ei
'.n.e~-  the*.ill K"-!' e;i\c siini; an   pad  mid
Tii" null! who sits  ni-xt    to  a   ]i
i! I i 11
In   lii'i*   lo  irive
rrrovi' up a lit! Ie i-io.set
slJlliellO.lv  I |so ;|   M',11,
\\il-      tl   p     jllll'^t".    Ill'     o;.|.l'l
TeilLice'i     i.isl~.l     >;li     L,''-'iri!lL
MiiAVKll   I'l ii-      li"   has
I ii'fiisi1 i;lie ip iihi' .ititiiis.
' !'i"u m:'
-fir .ir e
nn   e.jii.rl.
I'AlersiAN, from Montreal  Auk. I
MoNOcu.r *..v. " '���       Auk. I.'i
VANrouvriK, from Montreal Aujj:. S
.Sa.n---.MA.*'.        " "       ... Auk. I.i
(Krom Monlreal)
I.Mfi: O.VTAI'.IC) An-,'. 1!)
I.AKK Si;i'i:i��icllt Sept.!)
Cabin ?l'liind upwards.   Intermediate S'I'l.
SIeei-.iijeat lowest rates.
Passengers tlekcted  IIii-oukIi  to a!)  parts of
(ireat Hriuin mid Ireland, and at ~:pi'i;ially low
rates to all parts of (lie Kiiropi-an ecintineiit.
Apply toiii'iiro.<ls|<.nin-,hip or railway aijrciit.to
I. T. BREWSTER. Agent, Revelstoke,
Or   to    Wrr.UAM    Stitt.   Gcrreral     AKer.1;.
Cut   This   Out.
.'Cast Hound (Xo. *J) .arrives dailv fl:l."ia.ni
We-st    -      (Xo. 1)      "   ������      ���'     l:&-i p.ni
AKUOW   I.MCi:  llltANC'll  IIIAIN-I.
Arrive Tucsilay*. Thuisdays,Sat nrelays.:!:.-'<) p.ni
Depart Huiiiiays. Tiii's,lay-i, Tlnii-siluyh.. I:.'</> p.ni
l:ic-\ cli's (-ays ih,.   /; ii.':/   '/'.
in i" I e  puiisjlilf Inr in.ni*t   I iii,I.
~ in  o n
Mie-i.il   hie.    Tin'   lni-ye*lc   loci   aiul   tie)
liievelf li.i.ids jii-.' jiIi-im.I-i  re/is|ci fil  in |
ineclie.'il .jiiiuJlN.    Now ji'iloel.i'n  h.-is ill's- |
<��� ".";���'���*!  I In* liie-vele'l'.-ree.    Why'.In liii'Jl j
U-. I    II
illiii  Wiiinrn, i��i,., jicijiiiri* tilii'li aii.sinii.s.
your li.in is u a i ii,  -alien \ mi ���-.n..i l~- nn'r*
11 is Ainl lji'j---\\'ijy,   ye-s.   'riijiuiiy,   it
i        ��.
Toiiiiny���'riieli. woulilii't. il tin jiistas
we'll    i.i'   \i.ic   )i(;i,i.   lii. in   i >\ <��� j-   I i.e   j^;<*
>i,M?"' ������ ������:���'   ���'.   V  :. I-
t-.1 on or h'-fore l'i" lifl'i da\ of CJclober.
I 'Xi. i'K r.-o'-ct V' inli'tc-t - in the -..ii.! c 'aiul
of >o: tin- *.i"i Sjhesti-r ilri'M' and i-'.iinl.
\'. 1. .-* .11 Wi'.! be ~ i!ii \)\ piibln; auelion a! tin'
i.lli.  ��� ..f ll f Mrn.iiK i'.'-i-ird ���:��� al Cjiel-iolje, in '
I'll'   i��!*t'!.l    >.|    Knnl'-lllJ.    in    III"   j';..-, inc."   Of I
i i I ,-'i C'.'li"!iir.i. ��n '.\"<"lnc~ laj the  loarlceii   '
ibd.it   i.i  O. |ol>< i. !SI.   al   neon,   pni-sii.int   'n j
ii. ! a ,*e .-.!in_'|.. ill"   I'I.ii-.t  Mining Act. IMH. I
ill'',   aril niui. et-   tli.-.-ci i.   to   -at -It   the*   -aid
-ii',i-of ii!oii"\   i'i-];']"  t")-l~   :ii.-n:-,v 1 or to lie
l'i    l' !��� ���! :n ������< --ii-.-i of I be said sale.
Ar.tl .-.p-.ll.aiio.i ,\ ill be- made for payment uf
nn} d- ri. i..|K-y ���.���hii ii in ij ,-irisj should the nro-
e.-t-d-of ~'.]._-!i-ale be iiisullii-n nt to sati-fy the
said uioii'.'vH.
tlat'd.llii.s 51 li dav of ."ept'.-mb"!'. l.Sdli.       '-'l-at
���   a, ir. ���;ti. .-.I'i.'Adt;!".
C)f i'iJi.-.T.i. i|-i'!!s';.lSi.-l;i< ]  of   Koolaiiav. Itril.isii.
c'iiiiti.i'-.iii.���.-:..!;i.''.t.i;-r...��-.i:.r!.i1i,i  c;!;*j'H?Xi>.
i��i:vi*i,vj-iiici: I'.o.
Close for tlie west   ?.:.'��) p.ni
" east      .  V! i.i.in
" "        s'liilh. .Sun..'I''ie.,'I'hur.   :i-:iil ji.ni
I!ev. Station SiIM a.ni.. H'.'ti) |i.ui
I rue from the west        I(l:iKI n.rrr
ca-l  .. .  ..3:1.1 p.m
" "        Mintii. Tiie.. Thins.. Sat   .3:1.3 p.m
" " Itev.Ktiition 10 a.m., .3:1.3 p.ni
KirvlX-STOICr H'l-ATltlN*   I'.O.
Close for t lie west   l:0<lp.in
east      n:(Kla.rn
" "        si.'itli. Ti'e., Tliurs. Sal   !I:IX)jiiji
" Kevelstoke:...  ... !i a.m.. 4:i>b p.ni
Dei'.' from the west :.���  .0:30il.hi
��� "        eiist ;...'.. ".... -1 r-1 i�� ii.iii
.���'���'.        soul!,. Wei].. |.'ri��� Mon... '.r.'.VIn.ni
.���J.{o.vel:;t.oke...i..!J:.'i''ia.iJ...-IrlS Ji.m
MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. North. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
���   BRANCHES: . ���
HELENA, MONT. (,;    I      CHICAGO, ILL.      I      VICTORIA, B. C.     I WU-NIPEG, KA"
Co.okc&no-jcnianStn.   I ',���'���"���[ I ���'      'S.TWfcarf St.'   :    I   .. C" i Kins St.'���' PAGE 4,
Kootenay L,odg-e
*     *T
<o. 15 A.F. & A.1YT.
*    The :."_,'i-.!ar nii'C'tini,' [    I   g
. y*~~*~P'       are'icj'.il in the Ma~--
s^p^;S^?"V^\        em). ���.iiijiI,'.Hoiiiiii''-' !
-./t^C'XV-; "iT-^=. 1,'";'-   <"���   ,1|U   tllini
W^^-rte-.li,,,,,!,!,-   ',���    ,.;u-b :
.eS^^^^���"!!>X   w-Siiiiiuil'i    Jit   I*    11.   ri.-
"���"^fT^Krrri-srSJi"1     Vis'lins,'    Iirel hren
"*5=--��-���*7-=��� tonl.ally weh-oiiied.
If. K. SMVTIII-:. S'r-e:u.iAi'.v.
me, Trouble and ' Mone>
O A\/rrr^ !   Iiy handincr your   sub-
Periodicals  and   Books  to    '.     .     .     .     .'   .
S      S       -I
IteU'lla-.-ill '.lijii;-arc" held |
%X   in O.I tleHows" !l ill uw-rv I
CHAS. J.-AMAN, General News Agent.
%s,vs^^&r��J& Thrrrslay niu'hi  ar   eiuliT     "K^?*Onncl'~ll i*    St-at i-">n
*4%3&^tti&'j'ui'��k- vi,itii!!,'i,!..i]ieis.j -"-*��� vyiJiAJsitc  bunion.
'---���'-1. =���'���' *-o.>^"  eordially weleomed. I .     <���
K. MKSLKY, X.R. \\\ H. .SAIitJAXT. Si.e.
���    Loyal Orange Lodge I\o. 1C33.
KcKiil.ir meetings  are he'd   in
the-   ll.id   Ki'll.iw.s' 1 i.i 1 < on Ihe
seeon.l an-i fourth W'ediiv-.l.o "s
of   eaeii   inoiith ' a!   7:.''(l   p. in. {
Visi(in.c brel hi-iii .ercye oreliaily I
'ROrf     hivili-d.
sua    -j-. .stj-:i��;i>.  .i. i. wuiHiKow.'1
U'..M. !lee. See.-..
.    born:
BuitTON -At lie\elstoke, on .Tucscl.iy,
.Sejit.. 2^ncl, to tjie wife ofCJeur^e
Burton a sou. *.    ,    '   ��
Hohjtb--A1   licnelstoke,   <m   "Weelne.s-
' ,elay, Sc*]i(. 2.'{i-cl, tin' wife, of Tims.
Home of a son. ���
��� MacKinnon, DeBeck', &. 'CO.,   -'
L. Li.    Is.u.'jolu^o    Of'.-      I liil'JUU till f    i>.t/.
mining   brokers - -and ' -agents.
Cilile Aciriicss:   C-C-Htes," Vjlliei'UU'r, Jl.U. T". O.   I!o\  No.   101
iitljijiin p-wci \ ��'5rp f/v.n ?. i!57rr*   ,sfi"n rs ft a ���"'���"��� n
���fi l_M '��   I S.^3 XA ���,    O 'I \J ��0iU,O"
Al ~    _     T-Ti.--.TJi    TT
o        ��� o
. . . Also a iruiA ijaie ot
ATION,   B.:0.
Properties Bonded ant! Heporicd on fsr Foreign or Local SpdicRtes.
Having heen residents of the,province lor the past, iwenly-
six years, we fire  therefore in   a   position   to  furnish -'the   most
reliable   information   to   be   obtair.ee!   respectino-   tlie   valuable
mineral resources of the-province.     Correspondence solicited.
Office of the "Golden Cache Mines Co, Ltd.," of'Lillooet, B.C.
73     T
Milling ��� Engine er and Metallurgist
XlOUClJ O. Uli , u'uli!   C'. .itl, lJ:i v ui.,    .
���    Annlvctf'a nf Ai] Malfijq niofla q| I-nwaaf nn^oci '
' , J *>
Prompt   ;mcl   Ci'nreet   lie.sirlls   (!ii.ii-.-'inteee!.     R.epoi ts nr-ido on, [lropert ies'
etc.    Clr\o me a cili'. -       ' i.
��� HIGH ;'C^ADE__jFLOUB!     .',
I'tiin^.ni.-in I'.ilr-m, ;-'-ti*,iii.!ii, l],i!;er. Sli-.m^ I'.-ikci-,' am 1 XXXX,
.pj,.p p!3fi :;��*jC- -�������� ���-n��*"��� *c-L11rt-��.'*rJ fi-"in ^il.iniiolj.i No. 1 li.-inl W'hent.
.lilih    ^JiAstU-J "Ceiior, Si'ren-tii jiiic! I'liiiYi inity.e.f (Jnalitv Conil.iiieil.
Tlii'yogii.ir.-iniei'tlicir go'ii!*. ciiii.ii to,in-. Di.uiiif.u-tiiiccj in C.-tii.-iel.i.
rriic;i"; wn*; ,-i lieavy -fo^' iiikI frost
this iiioi-niiig.c
J. II. ILo.-ir, of   Viuiejenivei'.   an-ned
, Thursday. *
T.'Kuther-land got buck to lleve.l-
,   stoke yesterday.
Jack 'Shaw got hack .srifely from
Trout Lake yestcrdiiy.
Professor. Carlyle, the, proviiici.-d
mineralogist, was lifjrc? .Sunday.,
Mr. Kelson, genenil stoi'ekee[iC3V, had
��� his jjri\-ate car- Intra Wednenday.
Sir .Josej)h'JTrutch caiue np on Friday's bout and wont west sjiuks d.iy.
Ask for* them and .see 3*011 get them.
JJorthwick's cigiirs arc': the best.
His Lordship the l-Sishop ot Q no bee
went through going K.-ist^. Wednesdny.
Mr. and Mis. H. N. Cuur-sier went
to Kjujiloe'ips 011 a visit, Wednesday.   ,
J.. II. Itiehai-'Ison, C. P. IL engineer,
'   left   foi-   Toronto   for-   the   winter   on
1. -   -
(.Jet ;i Kainloops cigar in.-iile 111. home
.  ,   with union   labor- iind   enjoy"-a   ge,iod
snroke. *
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry I.ourne took' a
trip to Nakusp, i Wedu'esdjiy, 'iirrix ing
li.-iuk ye.stei day.     "    .
Hugh lirown was Ltiken sick Thursday afternoon and w.-is confined to his
j-ooirr yesterdjiy.
Jlev. FriLher Pe\ ta'vin will  celebr-ate
,   .   mass in the Ctil hohc elitiivh    at   10:.'J0
;i.rn. to rrii'ii-r-ow.
'   JJill  Kirkup irn-ix ed   back   friini   nn
���extended ti'ip ih rough the lower conn
try towns last, evening.      ��
'Jim "Woodrow .-iiiived hunie iVcun
his v.-iCiitiou Wednesday. He sillier ed
grejit.ly from hinre b.-ick while .-nvay.
Chinch    of   Engl.-iiid :   'Services   ;it
the ii.siuil  hours   in   the    ne*w    church 1
building to-inoirow ;   He\. I-V Voll.uid. 1
Term Kdwjirds ge.it back frinit ;i u-i|i ,
tlii-inigh the lower country tuwns mi i
Sunday. Jle s;i\s JJossland is a |
iiuiiiuiei-. ' "5���j jT> ��*^i ~ ~    -'"-J      J-     1  f
Messrs .McFeuly.oof M,-!5enn.u,   .u,;. ; J^Uy . iOi    ^&ZZlL  cbUU.   0"C? U   bl^O
Peely, nnd Sliellon. of Sirehein   ,v   Co.
both   ejf    W-tncciii'v ei-    passed    tlnoiiifh
Jack    Ivnowles,   Pele   \N".rlker   and
J.illy    Poole   .ini\ed   up   from   Trout r*"*^.       J     j .?***% ~* & S f'\ /"""> ?->   -i      ���'-'Yi      a3"^, ^\
Lake this' week.     Jack  Kiiouic-s   .'.ejii
1    on to L-infl' \e.sterd.rv.
-ccj.1 -*��rrfjat.isl��.i3ac^ >.
s Furnishings, 'Drugs,
-e��   v
���Grooas,'loDaeeoes ana .ueaps.
(>(> A   ir^9Ir^^>, S\��   htf^n^U-H/ ;uK' a J*0)' forever " is,a house . ���    .    ,
k inm^oi' mkidvj whcn {,iS.p.lIlcrct,aWili1 artistic
wall paper.     Fullest and freshest,line in town at Gilker & Wells,        ' ���
m. Mcdonald,   .   ,���
;.-\genL for the X.ii-lh weM Tei r,ilories mid  li.itish Coluiirbi.-r,
Ycl-liess:   P.O.  1!<..\  :.y. C dg.-n-y, A !l,.-i.
solo, at i:;-;\'K:���sto;cI';' i^v jictciu.sjn'Hi^.js.
If you want to reach-tho People in tho North Riding of'West'Kootenay   :
* "    ' iii.
��� '-YOU SHOULD" ��� , l .     , u'
' n * '        I J ^       I      l>
c  o
-~i  r*   .^
'COCOO.C   00000
��� * V*
' .*.     ^
All Sop is of G:!oc3?iss, Provisions and Facd Stnfis
Fail w or uii ol ^
"sr.   >*- *    ""
Z^.""" ""*      i'vS f~*.TO ��i.T>"
V%   /j     -��:\    /^f    r'A    s? s':*'-    �� --1 H     l-~     L-     --   *?   &    .fe     n   ^��^
^SE^f      Hs-^    |y-*��S^ ��       ^^ ^i.      ^^A^JtL^    ^^i JivAfe
���-',':��� . , &tl
"You can get it done at tlie ".Mail"" Ofeee(
���0 o  o 0 o o o o o  o  o a  o o  0 o ci, o e o o  o o o o o.cj () o  o o "0.0  o o  o o
1 .. '
���revelstoke; WEST KOOTENAY, B.C. '     ��� '
Vi-(h\ Ahiin went to Cr-.-ii.reii-i.-riif. - -���iJeaiers in
^lonehu-,    to    be.  riM.iv     I we 1      v. eeks.     "Jj*--. -.---t -| <-- -: -;.-.->    ,    T\A^-,-, C:5'r- nl-. or1      ^Ky,
ftehn.-i Tiii-nios i-i ttikinj/;   hi*,   pi tee   in . -=-'   t-i-;- ~-U'Jo!.i O^      .-���5��_/ -^ JL ��;,      *.J-^/:CJ:AV'i'j      ^L3.'i.j^i.Ji
tlie Central Jfotel dining  re oin, .1
tr-t C
See the j id vei t i-.eincnr
and- OoSins.
or   r <j.":;ii~~<)0
Agents for li:;....  >. : ���-'  -.!,j '���;..���:.. .<    M.e   i-Yfiiue:- Life I nsin-.-ifiee Soc-ieiji-,
! ii no.    .   :���     .      .. 'i   >    ('.,.   P....I,   -  Y *i ii.-i:iy.' .ii.ci L't.ui A~--.so';i.it ion,
1 Jl'i, \ V-. ,i-,'.   \ 'l . ', J ' .
w7*^rAw^*r-n^c��. u-q^taog^c-ug^^ >y/^
, Cot-Jin it Co.. mining Ji'_'enl.s. T.on.'l. u.
in this issue. It'yoii u.int to ficuit i
proMjieet wi ite thcjiu.
11. M. 1 [orne-1'.iyne .ind l-'i-ink
.l.<irn;nel went south \es.e��i''l..y .it'lef
pji-isirii^ theb- i hi'([Uf fm .-/l 2..IUIJ un
tin' r-.-iilw.-iy nl.itt'iji in ti. c-losi* th.- Spier ' ���. *
^ifnt'iiown ,u,'iirwit.: ariiwd ���,. Prpcluoe ^ercLants . . Revelstoke
flolli      l.Ossl.iu.l   , ye��te.|.'|,iy        e-ii-lli:, .-, (    (|.,
'J'hev nre u'"in-' on    t"   .^'.iii    i'Y,ni< i*. ..
SJ3K7-*-. c5
.a.��� �����  *    i  .     ^"** a   * ^   ��*'
)   1      . I    i' .'I *.    I" .< -lii",    J'f;e-f I
A cle.il is Iie'in.,'   nc^'oti ii". 1   with   km.
fe,n* Mitiie  lii'.'  I!<*ud jii'ipi'i-ries.
P. Cummin*, I'. L. S , w.-ut i-;> in
Alb.'il t.'jinvein, Thin *(I.l\ , lo 'iirse1
���snlne i'IjiIIiis t'oc tJ.ijJtUllt .lollil' Ui*.Il',
the; milling nrin' who h.i- in1 u*e- ;'oi
, iiiiiL'-i". *   '.,'   :',-���-.   Vy
| .    ' ���; e
,��4 &"nass>
Is sl\Q'wiiLg; a splendid range ofMen?s and GMMren's^
���   Boots and Shoes, and in- a few days will place
in stock a full assortment -of Slater's '
Perfect-fitting",' Well-finished Ladies" Footwear.
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i l!  *,   "'    .it'.'!!'    *,     I')';*.'.'' J.   '    '  '..;' j,   e-| < .,   f(.|-
p.,,"i nd"'/   ���! i!,"'T1
LOOK OUT Trjoi^-
Our Fall Stock' of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hosiery
Give us a sc"'j'!,)!'j o;\".?r a^cl yc".'1 v/ill r.ovor go ne'ie-.k on us.
anci General Dry G-ooas.
QHAvS. R. CARLYON, .'   -
Barrisier-at-Law, Solicitor    I O    Q    '% I/ J 8 c* r>, ^
Ef    "Xf    ^���.OTT'PC'TTr'P
and Notary Public.
JtisWyiCK:   l-Vte'r-.���'-! {fall. Iff,-. I ,i>,i:. . II f'. ,
A^crrrc-'K i.s uKitKuv ki'*-' �� i>'--i iiiiiiyci.i..-*, i
^.N    .iftrjrcl.ilf I will ii|i)jl> l.-i  llw   li.in. f'lui-r
<'(ililIlN~sioi)C:r of l>.iii(l-: iiij't W'cirk- fur ,1 ";in i .1
lii-un~u   lo  cul  liinljiM- cm ,j, uni:  Midi>^ uni  .wm-
l.le.ok of l.iliel   .siln.it.i'il   e)u   i;t-.r   -. 1 ri��- ..'   I, n��,
AlTlllV Iv-lklJ.    l\i.Iltl'llll.V    UitIi-iiI.    l-lllJlllll J.."llj{
ill .1 ".l.iki* n�� Jijnlli-Mfsl ronii-r .il l.ii.i -nur,
.'ilji.nl *i\ mili'h in.I 111 froin IJ.'im- i'lii-!-. i iniJiijii;
cii.'it In cjluiiiK, ntii'Lli 10 uli.iiii'.. i .i-l '." ��� !..i ii ,
jiiirtli Ni e-ljiiin-., ��'i���t 2(1 ijluiin*. iinrt'i "Hi ii,hi,-,
w :*l l!<l ,'luvii)~ I ii ..I kc ^Imrc. I In in-'* *einjl!i (ii.,.k-
in-C Like* the lioiinehirji in cjli.iin*. f n hiitl.il |.u-l,
<'.jJll.l.ll.ll^ I. i II ,l-|-'-s Ul.ll'l' nv Ir l
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Call Early and Avoid Rod'
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For all duties.
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dpp'icatiofl fop Liquor License,  i ioiasio/i Agent.
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