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Array VOL- IL
REVELSTOKE, B. C.  JANUARY 10, 1891.
lh, 29.
���es ��
FURNITURE,
PI AN08, ORGANS.
Carry large lines of plain, medium, aind high-grade furniture.   Parlor nud
Bed-room sots ranging in price from $0.50 to $500,    Hotels furnished throughout,   Ollice and bar-room ohnirs.   Sping
mattresses made to order, and woven wire, hair
nnd wool mattresses in stock.     Mail
orders from Kootenny Luke
points will receive early
and   prompt  attention,
MAIN  STltHlir. REVELSTOKE D.   (1
t��iisianiBaiaMsammtmtiwss>aaa��afem*aaca��saaaai
velstoke Tin Shop
wm. kirkup & CO,
DE.ALSRS IN STOVES AND TINWARE,
3runite  ware,  und    Lamp  Goo Is,      Tin,  Coppor  aud    Sheet Iro
IVare in nie to or lot-.    first oltis.i work juaiuntoo 1.     O.'Ijim promptly
attended lo,
waa^BBBjag -a ul.'.jiii.ui '....FiiamaCTPMB
7 1
Ont.ioiari
\Jyvi\jiiMii,
Ml   descriptions of
jld and silverware
(Close to C. P. 11. Depot)
Revelstoke      -      -     l\ C
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Importers of tho Choicest Groooriofi and Provisions.
Wc curry a select and complete stock uf goal's fu raisings, Liuiji, genti
uiid children's boots, shoe.-) ami hose, stationery, p.iljiii ui; lu.s  toil i
requisites ami reudy-iuuiJo ululbing,   A   lui'tro   UsSel'tmout ul pipes,
lohacco, cijjui'oiileu, imported and domestic cigars, truiis, ''audy, eic,
BtOVO pijics, tinware, crockery, I'nujrli and dressu I lumbor, und Ollu r ifoo.l>
toe numerous lo mention, al aiuiiuralu price.-),
A RAKKUV IiN CONNKOflOaN WITH SfOEB.
Telephone cmmunicalioii..
Fred. Hume & Co,
Iievelstoke
(Brttnoh Store at Nelson,)
MERCHANTS
Dealer in Dry Goods  Groceries,  Provision,
Caunei Good3 Extiwm fc
Will
The Stock In oretynopartuient is Pull ,n I Complete ��nd t<he Publio
""d it Lo ibi��r advantage to eall ana
Inspect   Goods   and   Compare   Prices
BA.    SIINUB'3   SlWWBj  x   di- BCIALM     ��.
(EJ|c kootenay Star
A four page twenty-column news
paper, is issued from the office of
publication, Revelstoke, 11. C
Subrci'iplioti pfice 82 per year
Hates ol advertising given on
application,
H. MoGDTOflJSOH
Publisher and Proprietor
j^jftt   SKLKIRK LODGE NO. 12,
:-^?y?    I O  O  F   Donald B O.
Regulnr Meeting Thursday ,f each
week at 8 p. m.   All visiting broth
ers are cordially invited.
���I. McLkod,     J. II. Mathksou,
N. 0. E. S.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN,
Douald, B, C.
GOLD RANGE LODGfi, No. 341.
.Meets 1st ii Wednesdays, nnd 3rd and
4th Sundays, in Firemen's Hall,
Master,   Arthur Randall,
Secretary,   Joseph Oallin.
Collector,   Geo 11 Govett, Box 49.
Receiver,   Jumes  Falconer, Can-
more, N W T.
Magazine Agent,   H J McSorley.
RAILROAD TRAINMEN. ~
Donald, B. 0.
GLACIER LODGE. No, 61,
Meets 1st 2 Sundays, and last 2 Wednesdays eaoh month,
Muster,   .1, S. Babbitt,
Wee'y,   W, I-', Ogilvie.
Finc'r.   Angus McLean.
Journal Ag't. E. A, Chesley, Knm-
oops, E, C,
CHURCH SERVICES.
Divine Service will be held in tbe
Revelstoke Church every Sunday evening at 7;30, conducted alternately
by Methodist, Presbyterian, and English Church Ministers. Spooeinl announcement will bo made each week
in the Staii.
Sunday School and Bible Class every Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All
aro cordially invited to attend.
Sunday Services [Church of England, | will bo held each mouth, at the
following places :
At Donald, every Sunday in the
month, alternately by Rov, J, C. C.
Kemin and Mr, Evans.
At Golden, 2nd Sunday,
At Revelstoke, 4th Sunday,
J. 0. C. Ki:.mm.
KOOTENAY LAKE
SAW MILL
G. 0. BUCHANAN pvtOP
P. 0, Address, Nelson, ~>.'C,
Capacity 20,000 feet per day. Planer
shingle machine, etc. All kinds of
lu tuber on hand. During the season
of 18110 lum.,er will be delivered at
any of the landings on the lake at
greatly reduced prices.
J VV. THOMSON
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEY-
ANOHR.
Ilumo's Building, Revelstoke, Ii, (J,
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S
OFFICE.
i
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-
Governor has boen plonsod to make
the following appointments:
27th December, 180(1,
^ W, Sailer Jonos, of Trail Creek,
Esquire, to bo a Justice of tbo Peace
for  tho   West   Kootenny Electoral
District.
.1. Charles llykerl, Esquire, J. P.,
to bo a Mining Recorder for the (lout
lliver Mining Camp, in the West
Kootenay Electoral Distriot.
W, Gesner Allen, of NoIbou, Esquire, to be a Coroner within ami for
tbo West Kootonay Eloetoral District,
W J FISHEtt
PAIUTING, GLAZING, .PAP-
ERIiNG,  SKIN  WHITING
AND CALSOMlNiXG,
IIEVELSTOKE,  -    .  ]}, Ci
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Piioviscial
Revenue Tax,
Public nniice In hereby given that Assessment and Provincial Revenue Tuxes
for tho year 1891, for the l-'nst Kooten iy
Assessment District, are now dun ntnl
payable at my ollice, at Donald, ut the
following rates:
Real Property Tax, if paid on or before the 301b of June next, Y, of one
per cent.; if paid on or after tbe 1st of
July uext. '/, oi one per cent.
Personal Property Tax, If paid on or
beforo tbe 30th of June next, J, of one
per cent, ; if paid ou or after the 1st of
July uext, y, of ono per cent.
Income Tux, if paid on or before tbe
30th of June next, \\ of oue per cent. ;
if paid on or after tbfa 1st of July next.
% of ono per cent.
Wild Lund Tux, if paid on or before
the 80th of June next, iy, cents per
aero ; if paid on or after the 1st of July
next, 8% cents per acre.
Provincial Revenue Tux, $3.00 per
capita. CO
S. REDGRAVE,
Assessor and Collector.
Donald, B. C, Jan. 2nd, 1891.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Eevenue Tax.
No'ico is hereby given, in accor lance
with Ihe Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax end nil Tuxes levied uuder the
Assessment Act are now doe for the year
1891, All of tho above named tux.is.
collectible withiu the Iievelstoke Division of the District, of West Kootenay,
are payable at my office.
Assessed tuxes are collectible at the
following fates:
If paid on or before Juno 30tb, 1891:
Provincial Revenue, ��3,00 per capita.
One Imlf of ono per cent oa Real Property.
Seven and ono half cents per acre on
Wild Laud.
One third of one per cent on Personal
Property,
Oue half of one por cent on Income,
If paid after June 30th, 1891:
Tivo thirds of oue per cent on Real
Property.
Eight and one half cents per acre en
Wild Lund.
Ouo half of one per cent on Personal
Property.
Three fourths of ono per cent on Income.        T. J LENDRUM,
59 Collector,
Revelstoko, B. C , Jan, 2nd, 1891.
W.-IAT BOY3 READ.
Tho Sort of Literature Which Demoralizes Youth.
One of the messenger buys who carrlod
press copy fr mi llm llorso Show aat in the
gallery the ntborday reading a novel while
tlio green huntere were Jumping tlio high
liurilioii hi tlie ring Mow. The poople in
llie boxes wore applauding, and evou culling out' in tliulr I'M'ii,'1 I'lijiyiiii'iil ef the
contest, iu tho galleries up stairs, tlio spec-
tutors were shouting und waving their
lints, nn I lirotlllil tlio Hug the groom, ami
stable boys oheored and hurrahed for their
i/iviirilii hurts or jockey, hut the UlOBIOOger
boy never hflnd ll Ih oyes (nnil Iho hook Iu
hit hands, His head was bont, his fnco wni
wilhin iij'uiv inches of (lie page, nud ho turned iho leaves over wiiu mi Impatient sigh nl
tho wasted limo hi doing it. Some one wns
Bllfilolently Interested tu tnke the honk out
of bis hands and road the title, It was "Wild
Bid's Hoy Partner, orl'hoRidsklu's Secret"
Tho nlokel novel, of which this is a sample,
is awfully uud wonderfully mado, It is
written after a fixed fashion, ami cortuin
unities are always observed, lu tho first
piece, Ils title must consist of alliterations,
ntnl must hn striking and suggestlre, Such
iiliilous "Cometh up nsa Mower," or "A
Woman'e Roasou," or "April Hopes," or
"Robert Elsraoro" would not do, To suit
the nickel novel l|io laltor would havo to
raid : "Rebort Elsmere, tho Reoklew Reformer ; or, The Plucky Piirs.ni of Radollffe
Highway," Tho second essential is that tho
hero shall bn a Iwy, 17 yean is- tho proper
ago, and ho Is goliorally an orphan, Some-
times Im 1ms a widowed mother. liut,
ns a rulo, parents aro considered detrimental, and hi robbing tho horojif his pio.i-
or Independence, Tho stylo of the novel ii
an Improvement on the brevity of the elder
Dumas, It is a ttioossilon of short pnra-
gruphs, tho longest seldom running to over
three hues, nnd the majority Consisting of
one brlol straight line. There Is no desorlp-
tivo matter and no analysis of character,
unlnBs it. is given In this way;
"Wild Bill was u man witli a record. He
was a hero of tho West. True, he hod his
faults, but wlio has not)'1
This Impartial and Just estimate of Wild
Bill's oharaotor is all the reader loams of
Iiini from the author, The roil is action not
word!,-New York Bun,
CHINESE NOVELS.
Interesting Vlolisltnil.vi of TMa titer*
lure In the Land Ol Cnnlui'lus.
The writing of this class of literature
legan in the thirteenth century, and
continued to be .1 favorite occupation
(if Chinese writers tor about three centuries. After ilii-: it was fe t tint enough
bud been provided, and the production
almost ceased, The am In u.. concealed
their names. The moral teaching of
tbo Confucian school wus too powerful
for those who loved to give reign to
their imagination in novel a:.d play
writing tube n'.ile to venture on publicity, It was never with the consent
of the always dominant moral philosophers that novels grew to i ie position of
influence they now possess in China,
This hostility has by no means cased.
Qtiiie recently there appeared in a Chin-
esc newspaper a paper written by an
anonymous Cortfdcianist against novels.
He is deeply impressed with the need of
continuing tbe crusade against licentious I terature and romances com neuc-
ed by one Chien during the last century,
when he founded a school in Soochow
for the promotion of the healthy study
of the classical books, He held that
novels are now so prevalent that they
amount to a fourth estate iu the realm of
teaching, the Confucian. Bud lbist,
and Taoist literatures being the first,
second, and third. But instead of inculcating virtue they lead men into vice.
Every one rends them or bears them
read, and it may be questioned
whether the moral influence for
evil of Chinese works of imagination, is be says, not greater thin that
of the hooks of the three religions for
good. They suggest to you:];: men that
they should lead a licentious life, and
represent killing a man as a noble
ncliou, To read of these things produces disastrous results on public morality. The many cases of crime in the
courts and the number of those who
adopt a robber's career are due to the
Cited uf Chinese novel rending.
Thia null.or was followed by Shih,
who set the example of establishing a
pnper-lmrning urn in his family court.
Into thi' urn went nil novels and every
sort of vicious literature ou which bo
could lay hands, and especially the
blocks fl'Olil which tbey were printed.
For these he made wide search, in
the hopo of extinguishing the evil at
Its source, In order to find money
to buy them uo, he first used big
Spars funds, and then sold clothing, and
even bis wife's ornaments, in order that
the work of destruction might be more
complete. Others of influence in Soochow followed these examples; they
created a public opinion, and the con-
scipience was that representatives i f
sixty-live of the most respectable li i
Went together to the city temple, burnt
Ihcense, und made a vow not to engage
in the trade in immoral books. An
ollice was opened in the Confucian temple of the magistracy for buying up the
blocks of all immoral books, including
novels. There was an immense destruction of this literature in Soochow, so
that it became hard to meet with vicious
publications, This was, however, nearly half a century ago, and the evil rose
again. Twenty-five years ugo the then
Governor of the district issued a new
proclamation reiterating tbe order prohibiting Immoral publications.
At the present time there is a flood of
books with a bad influence, Such rending as they furnish has more bill aenro
in leading young minds wrung, says tho
Coufucianlst writer, than all the Influence ou the si.lo of right or the teaching
of the sages, "The foreign reader of
Chinese hooks of an imaginative kind
cannot condomn them indiscriminately,
because they contain beautiful characters
both of nii'ti and women, wbieh exhibit
mi admirable ido.i of bravery, filial piety,
purity of life, loyalty, and other nobli)
qualities, But there can be no doubt
of tho bad influence of many of tho
native books which familiarize tho
minils nf the young with scenes of vice,
and hold up successful crime to sympathetic admiration, It must also be
remembered that whatever evil there
may be in the actual life of the Chinese,
they have among them the firm friends
of a high morality. Tho national conscience and the national literature alike
testify with unfaltering voice to the duty
of every one to be moral, just, and humane,''
female Labor statistics.
A German statistician has published
some remarkable figures regarding the
extent to which females have affected
the labor situation in Europe. It is
shown that there is an Increase in females in all the best factories. In Germany alone there arc over five and a
half millions of female arti-cms and
mechanics employed, England follows
with over four millions, France with
about the same numbers and Austria
aud Italy three and a half millions, It
is not difficult from these figures b)
understand why labor is ki cheap iu
Europe and why wages are not as high
as in Canada. The Industrial advantages in this country for males and fe-
malos cannot bo surpassed anywhere in
the world, not oven excepting our neighbor! to the south of us,: -Moulriul Star ,1.-51 v ;��� M-avar-cr.-
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Building' & Contracting
". aaagtowwaoe m'lmii.'iiisii.as.iiijjjaaiiaitKa ^-an��tj��cara������������amiTi��i.J.,li..ailBarr.ill,|M|nfu>nrwHmtj
WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT,
ALL KINDS  OF JOBBING WORK
Notieoishprebv    .euthal Ihe Revel- DOSE,   DOORS   AND  SASH
ptoke Mining Company  bus fyled the TO Bill HAD <>\ SHORT
necessary papers, and made application NOTICE,
for a Crown Grant in favor <,�� ^omincr-
al claim known us tho " A umber One, ^jgj j ��ji,;3 A ��J,Qa &  '   "   ������-��� *'
situated at tbo Hoi Springs, Kootei n -
Luke.
Adverso ciaimauts, if any, aro re pi
ed to forward th lirobjeeli mu to in  ivil h
iu sixty d:ii j from (lute of pnl licittiou,
a. c. Tl - itall
pa tiohiCou,.-.
Rovolstoko, I lot. 8lh, 1890
V.   JJlQiUXjll
REVELSTOKH, B.C.
Brick and Stone Mason, Plasterer
ami   Kalsominer.   All  work  done
promptly nnd lo satisfaction.   Con
tract ivoik solicited. 3a
INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY Oe' CANADA.
il.JJ.ill vUllAaUl ail Si U {
W A.J
)7firrr,
NOTIC :.
Notioo is hi: iby givi t lh: I a])] li in
Hon will be nuidi to Lbe Lcgi In tiro of
British Columbia, ul it; i :l ion, foi
a private bill to im i rpor ii n ci inpnny
for the purpose of con itrticl ing and
maintaining n railway from so i ��� .vi n-
ient ]ioiiil on tho outlet of Id ���: uuj
Lake to ii point on or near the southern
boundary of the Province, with power to
construct nud maintain branch lines; nud
also io construct nud operuto telegraph
and telephone lines in connection with
the sail', railway.
BOD WELL & IRVING,
55 Solicitors for the Applionul i,
' Victoria, B.C., December 12th, 1890.
��� MINING   imoKEtt,������
And General Commission .Me re haul,
tnsiir.inoo   and    l.eal    Estate
Agent, Notary Public, Eto.
Ci'i.iii;:;
11. C
NOTICE.
Notice is heroby given Hint npplion-
tion will bo made to lbe Lcgislnlive Assembly of tho Province of British Columbia, nt its next session, for nn Act to
incorporate a com puny for the purpose
of constructing, maintaining, equipping
nnd operating telephone lines wilhin the
townsite of Nolson nnd Spront's Lauding, nnd (he district between snid Town-
sites ; and also wilhin tho Townsito of
Vernon nnd surrounding district,
CORBODLD McCOLL k JENNS.
56 Solicitors for Applicants.
'  Dated this 1st December, 1890.
HULL BROS
REVELSTOKE.
BUTCH E 51 S
AND WHOLE,.',LE AKD   RETAIL DEALERS NI
amt,   poRi.urc.
NORTHERN TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY COMPANY
Oh' CANADA,
Notice is horcby given that Application will bo innde to the Parliament of
Canada at its next session, for nn Act to
incorporate the Northern Transcontinental linilwuy Company of Canada, to construe! n railway; Commenoing ut Prince
Albert on :he North Saskatchewan River, thenco westerly to the west end of
Luke Athabasca : thence northerly nud
westerly along tbe Great Slave lliver nnd
Lake, to tbo point whore tho Mackenzia
River Hows from Great Slave Lako ;
il nice all ue,'the valley of the Mackenzie
lliver to its junction with the Riviere mix
Liards ; Iheuco along the valley of the
hitter river to Dense Kiver and Laicn, and
theuce by thevalloys of tbo Tauzilhiaud
Notice is hereby given thai thirty ilnya Stuo ite Hivi rs and'to tho easterly boun-
T. L.Hu-a
Notr.jy Publio
JOWETT&HAIO-
MIXING, 'I'IMBER AND REAL ESTATE B1101TBRS
A\0 GES'i-iUAL COMMISSION AOEMTS.
Conveyauces, Agreements, Bills of ';ilo,
Mining bonds, eta, drawn up, lionti
and Accounts Colloctocl; Mining   Claims  Bought and
sold; Assessmout work
mi Mining Claims
A Item led to;
Patents Applied  for,  Etc, Eto,, Kto
TIKE,     LIFE   AND   ACCIOKXT   [SSUIU5GI
AGEXTS.
Lots qn Town -ito of Itovelstoko for Salo
and Wanted,    Agento for Mining
Machinery, Etc,
EEVELSTOKE   -   -   -   -   -   B. C.
SQKIt  9.aMA'P9$a
GOLDEN       -       -       -       B.C.
Mining   Broker,  Commission   Agt.
Notary Public, ko, ko,
Tn Stock.���Mining Powders, Fuse nnd
Caps, Miner's Tools, Stes! and Cimp
Outtits. 8tf
CENTRAL HOTKl"
Corner Front and Hausou Sts.
Notice is hereby'given thnl Application wiil bo mado to tho Parliament of
Canada, nt its nexl session, fornn Acl to
ina rpornto the Luterniitionul Railway
and Steambonl Company of Canada, to
constnict n ,-::il-::y . Commencing at n
point on tho 19th parallel of north latitude, where tho Kootenay lliver (lows
north iuto British Columbia ; thonco
northerly along the valley of tie.:, liyer
nnd of Kootenny Lane, to tho north end
ofthostiiil Lake; tin i. :o westerly through
ih" Lnrdo Pass; thenco northerly nlong
the valleys of the Columbia lliver Io the
Hunt Gnenmptnenl ; tbe Canoe llivor to
Iho Tote Jan no Cache ; tho Prasor River
lo its northorly bend, and thenoo by the
mosl fonsiblo route to Lake Francis; nnd
thonco to mid nlong tho volley nr the
Pelly or Yukon liivor, to Ihe eastern
boundary of Alaska: With power to
build branches, also to owu, oonstruot,
ohnrtoriui I navigate steamboats nud oilier vessels, on all nnvi [able waters with
which railway conn ict.i in m iy be inn lo :
and to construct, own, leaso and use
docks, warehouses, grain oloyators aud
other wiui;:; for facilitating trunsportu- 50
lion upon snid waters,
GEM.MILL & MAY,
52 Solicitors for Applicants,
Ottawa, 12th Docombor, 1890.
AUBAHAMSOS BROS,
IIEVELSTOKE,
PROPRIETORS
B. O.
First clns3in every respect; Nearest
hotel to C P R depot nud steatnboa
laudiug, botween post olt'too aud gov,
buildings Coach to and from depott
anil steamboat, hire proof Safe for tbo
accommodation of its customers.
NOTICE,
after dale we intend mnniug ii] ] licntion
(o the Honourable the Chief Commission
er of Lands nnd Works, for permission
to lease for lumbering pnrposi :. iii" following described lands situnlo iu Koolo
nny Distriot, that is to say :
Beginning at a stako planted on tin
lury of Alusp, with powi r to shorten
the uii,in lino "vberover pusses may bo
found, nnd to build branch lines ; also to
own, construct, charter nud uavigale
i - nmbonts nn I other vec n Is on nil navigable waters with wbii h ntilwi y conueo-
lion  may bo mado : and to construct.
loft bank of the Columbia River, nl  Ihe own, lease and uso tl      .   alehouses,
month of  Carne's Creek;  (hence > olovul    , and other w i-ks for fa-
alohg the bunk of snid Carne's CreeK 10 cilitatiug transportation aid wn
ohains ; thenco north to n point mi  the t HKM.M
southern bunk o! Dowine Croon , thence '' :' '' , ..,���.
wesl  following Lbe biuili ol said Do Ottawa, 12     icci ul  r, 1     .
Creek to its junction wiih Ibe Colin
lliver; thonco south along I
bmik of tho Columb t     ll
ginning, contmniug 5, ��� ���
less.
Also, In ginning nt a stauo
the right bauK ot the I
opposite the mouth of Can
thenco wen! 10 cbi
point about li>0 cl   :,.-
CreeK ; tbi o -e i   I   I
point on the bnni
er, opposite Down e Creek
following the menu
bin River to the ; la
tabling 5,000 Bon -
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First olnss Tompornnoe Houso.
BOARD    AND    I.o.-KIINI,    ��5   pjsR   WBKK.
 K2ALS.253.    i;,:���., 25a.
Thia hotel is sitnntod convenient to tbt
stuti.on :- cotnfi itablj [aiidslied aud
nffords flrsl class accommodation.
Notieo is hereby given that all ulliivia't
claims legally held it: the West Kootenay
District, will be laid over from tho 1st of
i v!"i) ir to tho Isl day of June ensuing,
: cording to tho conditions of Section,
116 of (ho Mineral Act,
G, C, TUNSTALL,
20 fiold Commissioner,
BoYolstoke, September 2Qth, 1800,
NOTICE.
Notice is heroby givon that applies
lion will be mado to Iho Legislative Assembly of Hi" Provinoe of BnHsh Columbia, at its next sossi for an Acl for-
the purpose of constructing, maintaining, equipping and operating Water
Works al the Town of Nelson, in the
Kootonny Distriot, in snid Province, and
for the purposes thereof granting to llio
Company tho privilege of taking water
from tbo Cottonwood-Smith Creek, tho
Ward Greek, nnd other suitable points,
with power to tho Company to build
flumes and aoqueduots, lay pipes, erect
il.-'i.iii, acquire lands and do all things
necessary for (Im purposes aforosaid.
JOHN CAMPBELL.
Solicitor for Applicants,
Datod Docombor 13th, 18i,0.
NOTICE.
All ���.lining Clamis, othor than Mineral
Locations, legally held in this District,
under th" Mineral Act, 188(1 and Amendments, may he laid over from 15th day of
Ootober till the 1st day of June noxt,
1891, subject to (he provisions of the said
Act and Aniondniont.8.
31 A. P. CUMMINS,
Gold Commissioner,
Donald, East Kootonny,
September 20th, [890,
������'���f'y-'j*?-?.^
NOTICE-
A silling of tho County Court will ba
bo held on Monday tho 12th day or Jan-
nary, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m.��� at tho
Court House, Donald.
ti. REDGRAVE,
17 Registrar County Court.
Donald, East Kootenny,
December 10th, 1890,
NOl'SOtf.
Q-   IP    E   t%m     WaaSM
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
Vi ��'IO SUA HOTEL
bTlalCTa.?  Kia-i'l'-UIiAHH.
REVELSTOKS     -      -
Notice is hereby given (hat an npplicv
lion will hi' mado to the Legislature of the
Proviuco of lli'ilisb Oeltimbin, at its noxt
session, for an act to incorporate a oom-
panv tor the pacposo of construoliug,
equipping and operating a tramway or
railway between llio navigable waters of
tho Columbia llivor and Iho Kootenay
llivor, or between two or more navigable
portions of the Columbia llivor botwoeu
Golden nud tin bondwators of said
Inst named rivor, und between said last
named river und Holden, and for the purpose of owning, controlling awl navigating stoam or other vessels on the Columbia liiver,nud the consti'uotiou,oquipping
iiini operating telegraph or telephone
lines bolwoon Holden and tho Kootonay
lliver, with power, to build, equip aud
opprnle tramways m aerial wrys to any
ininnor miuos in iho vicinity of the Colum'
bin lliver, with power to.said company to,
acquire lands, land grants, and bonuses
in aid thereof, and to make traffic and
ollior arrangements with othor oonipnniosi
in connection with said works or any of
P'.OO i them, and for all othor UBtinl and ueoesary
.".filial j powors, rights mid privileges,
15:20. DELYEA & GREGOR-y,
l;l'"io i ,r,l! Solicitors fur Applicants.
15:20 Donnld    Depart   11:45 I    Viotorin, 17th Docombor, 1800.
Going Ei
st,                   (.
oing Wost.
No. 2
No. 1
13:00 Leave   Vaiinonvei'   A
rrivo 14:25
18:10
Westminster
14:22
15:16
Agassiz
11:28
18:52
North iliitid
���   7:49
23:28
buence's Dridge
3:43
1:81
Ashcroft
1:84
4:08
Kamloopo
22:50
Jl\i?(
Sii'amoits
��9:00
lO:lfi
EEViibME
\m
11:18
llleoillewttet
15:20
12:15 Arrivo    Glaoior
W. Covvnii, Pi
op.
B.C
Hebert, Clerk
Rooms '''.'"il attended; tables unex.
���  ..    Win 18 and   liquors guaran
tei I   of a   high  quality,    ffiro in
nm| ��� room,   Telephone oominuni-
eution wiib ('. P, R,  depot.    Fire
. .ult for iho oonvenienoe ul
la.   Bubs meets all trains.
run   IEST iutks
$2 PER D.U
in:: -
-I UlA  BOUSE,
REV   i.i OKE, B.C
uiiKer os w ells,
 DEALERS   JN	
DRY GOODS,   MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
FANCY & TOILET GOODS,  I'ATKNT MEDICINES,
FRUITS, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
STATIONERY   ETC,  ETC,   ETC.
9&OK2 &VStS88, R��Ta*Wa��l- * ��� -
P0ST0FF1CE STORE   AT  NELSON.
Hay and Corn.
233
ire proof   tfo,
'    ������ .��� ���< - LARK,
I'roprii    ....
ilki.ii/.i, :,.'" , . : :.   II . i   ALL    I'KAINS
thesouthi   '"'
V'tiiaii! point I
minstor.nndaci nvcnietili -.:       I  I     j...     I laiio/a
Burrard Inlr-I       . '      "   ���������'l"i    >&<><^lk<
linei note* i
And li.nl. secljiaus ll, f and I
CrOWS No��t  and   I, ���
way C'ompm v Act, I Council of I J'mv
���    '' . r '    i       ',i    ii
,-.,-' . is furiiiiilieil  with  th*
1.1 .   .
'     '  '   : "    I ' I      .       a.        i
i      .  ..'..I   hn (1
1 h"
���I      '���  i'l'110'1 l"""�� flioloeslook
:' ���.
,i (,  (im    id | ' I ""����� ��
isb Coin in Our I
loriit, in i Mir i -ii i   ��� ���
I -. nlii Hi  (lav of  l)oi i mbi r,  in
r of I hir Iioril ��;��
llni eii'1,1    litiudi ���      ���"
, ,, ���       <������ ������ -    ��� '    'A'
��� iT COUGH MEDICINE
'��� tttral Id tol In
���! iti'ui i evi v ,.      if,,      , ,    , i n ii, i     ,     ,     -i l,  i
��� ,  oavH I'lilire sale of the eelidiinled OftDmore hiit'il, lump ami nutooal, snil'��nU fo
Vi'"'  I,  barIIUU ,       ., i    ,, ,.,,..,,,  nni'nivn   nriumii     -iiiwnr
base burners and otli��r stoves,   GREAT HEATING POWER,   MUCH
OilEAPERTIIAN Wool).    Delivoroil n)Revelstoke,sny part
of town, 80.00) Kamloops 80,90; Donald 88,50.   Speciul
quotations for car lots.    Coal stoves sold at
lyholosale cost Hay, oals ami bran sold
hy carload or smaller quantities
\unis al Kamloops and
Donald.  Apply
I,.!. ISDWAHDB
nl by incrci bii ������ ,;. ��� 11 pitnl i ti I bo
fog 1'iiueiH of tho on npi i ������   And ti
Chnngn the name of  !."
the ''lliiltHli Collin bin .Son
Company."    ( HA RLE    Ml   ON,
IH ,- olinilor foi A] pi cunts,
[liiled thai IJ lh tiny of Dm  i tl
A, D, 1890,
Jas. Libert-
DONALD, B.
wtgaVsaxcDMSBeaoaoisaasaHaMGCMua i&BtiaazpssmaaGBm
ne
enay o
;J';ami\(. k draying.
i i n,
!-, I i,mmilll(l,
JOHN IIOI1 ON,
Kroviii'.'inl Si   eun
-.���   ��� ���' .-ii
V 7
Duvolcil  (o    llio   LliM.'.ilJJIXii,   BUSINI23S   iviiil AG1CCDL
'i'l ll A I., and osiioclnlly to llio
ling Interests of the
Kootenay District.
|/\ J) riil.NI'lNH (H-'ALi, KINDS PROMPLY ATTEND-
p| \) \) ed i", ami oxeouted in the l-est st^li Uauaweiil wvji.
:i*>c'!}Gti''?'. <ir<b,'i*��v to��\ oswftiUy flJl&(Js

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