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REVELSTOKE, B. C, APRIL 18, 1891.
No. 43.
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NOTICE.
All Mining Clahns, other then Mineral
Locations, legally held in this District,
nuilortho Mineral Aet, 1.SSI and Amendments, may bo laid over from 15th day of
October till tbo 1st day of .lime next,
1891, subject to the provisions of tho snid
Aet nud Amendments.
I A. P. CUMMINS,
Gold Commissioner.
Donald, Fnst Kootenny,
September 29th, 1890,        	
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE,
Atlantic Express, arrives 10.10 daily.
Pacific        " ���'     10.52   "
Pnssengers nrriving Sundays and
Wednesdays will connect with steamers for Bobson. Nelson, nml points
in Southern Kootenny.
Cheapest, most reliable and safe
route to Montreal, Toronto,'St. Paul,
Chicago, New York and Boston.
Bates $5 to ��10 lower than any other
other route
Passengers leaving Eevelstoke on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
will ecnneot with the mngnifloent O.
P. R, Steamers at Port William, during navigation.
Specially filled Colonist Cms, in
charge of a Porter, for the aooommodation of PasEtngers holding second
class tickets. Passengers booked to
nnd from nil European points at
Lowest Rates.
Low Freight Ra'es. Quick despatch. Morel nuts will save money
by having their freight routed via
theC.P. R.
Full and reliable information given
by applying to
D, E.BROWN,
A set, Gen'l Freight Ag't, Vancouver,
or to J. HAMILTON,
Ag'tC. P. R, Depot, Revelstoke.
JUST
ARRIVED    A    FULL    LINE    OF    ALL
LATEST   NOVELTIES   IN   MILLINERY.
THE
My stock hna opened up with entire satisfaction nnd I nm now prepared
to fill nil orders for ladies', misses' and children's hats, bonnets, etc., in tho
vory NEWEST SHAPES AND SHADES.   Call nud examine my
complete etook of flowers, plumes, silks, veilings, ribbons, etc., etc., nud you
cannot fail to be pleased.
PRICES   TO   PLEASE   EVERYBODY.
MRS. E N. COURSIEU
CARPENTER
S H O P.
The subscriber would intimate
to tho public generally that ho is
prepared to supply Windows, Doors,
Glass, and all Building Material,
Picture Framing, &e,
UNDERTAKING
CoffiusO.iskets, Shrou ds, ko. Curried iu Stock.
��fyj ftootenay Star
R. HOWSON.
DAIRY BUSINESS FOR SALE.
SATURDAY. APRIL. 18, 1891.
NOTE AND COMMENT.
The customs collector at Port
Huron, Mich., says Canadians arc
engaged in tho business of gulling Americans in tbo matter of
pure bred horses Tlio Americans liko to bo gulled, juft Iho
same, and tho horses arc in
groat demand.
It is ovident tint Australia is
decidedly conservative, although
tho federal convention has approved of tho titlo"Tbo Commons
wealth of Australia" for tho now
lederati.n. Tbo preposition lhat
tho governor general should be
sclecLed by popular vote was
defeated by 115 to 3. The governor general will bo appointed by
the queen, tho sumo as is done
for Canada.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act ,tND Piiovinoial
Revenue Tax.
Public notieo is hereby given dial Assessment and Provincial Revenue Tuxes
for the year 1891, for the la��t Kootenny
Assessment Di.-triet. are now ilno ami
payable at my oIHeo, at DoaulJ.at the
following rates;
Ileal Properly Tax, if paid on or bo"
foro the 30th of Juno uext, y ot ono
per cent.; if paid ou or after tue lst of
July next. '/, of one per cent.
Personal Property Tax, if paid on or
before the 80th of June next, )', of one
per cent. ; if paid on or after the lst of
July next, % of one per cent.
Income Tax, if paid on or before tho
30th of June next, y of ono per cent. ;
if paid on or after the lst of July next,
% of one per cent.
Wild Laud Tax, if paid on or before
the 30th of Juuo next, iy cents per
acre ; if paid on or after tlie lst of July
next, by cents per aero.
Provincial Revenue Tux, $3.00 per
capita, 00
8. REDGRAVE,
Assessor and Collector,
Donald, B. C, Jan. 2nd, 1891.	
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act ano PnovlNCUl
Revenue Tax.
Nolioo is hereby given, iu nccordnuoo
with the Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes levied under tbe
Assessment Act arc uow due for lh year
1891, All of the nbovo mimed taxes,
collectible within Iho Rovelstoko Division of tho District of West Koolenay,
are payable nt my office,
Assessed taxes are collectible at the
following rati.'ii:
If paid on or before June 30th, 1891:
Provincial Revenue, $8,00 per capita.
Ono half of one per cent on Real Property.
Seven and one half cents per nere on
Wild Land.
Ono third of ono per cent on Personal
Property.
One half of ono per cent or. Income,
If paid after June 301 h, 1891!
Two thirds of one per cent on Real
Property.
Eight nnd ono half cents per aero on
Wild Land.
One half of ono per oent on Personal
Propei'y.
Three fourths of one per cent on In-
oonio.       T. J. LENDRUM,
69 Collector,
Revelstoke, B.C., Jan-. 2nd, 1801,
Wc are instructed by Mr. F.
Fraser to dispose ol tlio stock
ami goodwill of h's dairy business, conducted in the rising
town ol Iievelstoke, There are 19
cows specially selected us good
milkcir, barn, stable, and all improvements. For further par
lieulars apply to,
.JQvVETT k HAIG,
RevclsloKo, B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givon flint Wm,
Rosamond has filed with me an application for a Crown Grant for his
mineral loeatiou situated on Toby
Creek in the district of East Kootenay known as the Jumbo claim.
Adverse applicants, if nny, are required to semi in their objeotione Lo
me within sixty days from this date,
A. P.'CUMMINS,
81-8 ��� Government Agent.
East Kootenny B. C.
Donald/Deo. 4th, 1891.
WEST  KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that all
alluvial claims legally held iu tho
West Kooteuay District, will be laid
ovorfrom the 1st of October to the
lst day of June ensuing according
lo the conditions of Section 1IG of
the Mineral Act.
G, C, TUNSTALL,
29 Gold Commissioner,
Revelstoke, September 26th, 1890,
In the Mutter of William
Ronald, deceased, and in
the Mutter of tlie "Olli-
cial Administrator's
Act."
Notieo is hereby given that by an
order of the County Court of Koolenay made the 10th day of .March 1891,
tho undersigned was appointed
administrator with Ihe will annexed of tho personal estato of
William Ronald, late of Fort
Steele. B. C, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
said estate are requested to send in
particulars of lhe same within GO dayB
and all persons indebted thereto are
requested to pay such indebtedness
to me forth nith.
FRED. J. FULTON.
Official nitininistrator, Yale County
Court District.
Kamloops, April lst, 1891.
The probition of Chinese from
working in   coal   mines in the
province is a question   that  is
agitating tbe local governmont.
The Coal Minos Regulation Act
was amendod at the lust session
ol the parliament, prohibiting Iho
employment of Chinamen in coal
mints  nt   underground   work,
Tlio  amendment   unfortunately
did not go far enough, not providing for iho enforcing of tbis
new low, and now that the member for Nnnnimo has brought io
a bill to provido for penalties in
cases of   infraction ol the law,
tbo subject is again before tho
houso.   Wlitu the question  was
fairly under discussion, Mr. Croft
inti'iilueed a bill to lo repeal ihe
Coal .Mines Regulation Act,  tbo
piiBMtig of vhich would very decidedly  so'.llo  the  question   in
f'.ivor  of  tho Colostial miners.
Tbo employment of Chinese ub
nssii-tunta by working mil ers has
injured tbe miners' cause materially, but this is no reason why
tbe   lives  of   men   shoull    Lo
jeopardised through tbo employment of ignorant and  superstitious Chinamen, at work which
requires the greatest care,   Tho
subject is one which will bear
study, und wo believe that such
consideration   of   tho question
will result in tho deci ion that
Chinamen should be prohibited
from engaging not only in under
ground work in coul mines, but
in all underground mining where
tbo utmost care is required, as in
sinking of shafts, and all blasting
work in quartz mincB.  Chinamen
though they are quick to learn,
aro ever panicky and supersti.
tious, and cannot engage in such
occupation without endangering
their own   lives and   tho.-o   of
others who may bo employed in
the same work.
Tho latest rumors concerning
Parnell the Irish agitator arc
that ho haB been privately married, not lo Mrs. O'Shea, but to
her daughter, tbo marriage be-
ins secret beoaueo tho young
lady was a wurd in chancery.
Parnell is a polished deceiver,
and it is probable ho has not
only fooled tbe Irish parly, but
also Capt., Mrs.,and Miss O'Shea.
It looks as though be hud fooled
himself, by the way ho has boon
received in Ireland of lato, and
Parnell will yot find out tbat
honesty is the boat policy alter
all.
Bible Society.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE
a beautiful picture without printing
for twenty-five Royal Crown
Soup \Y rappers' A one cent postage stamp will carry the wrappers.
The picture will be mailed free.
Royal Crown is the purest mid
belt soap nuide, nnd is the cheapest
to life.      Only   Royal   C"'own
Wrappers Exchanged,
Address  l
THE KOVAL SOAP COY.
Winnipeg, Mini.
Oo llio 4ih September lr.st nt a
meetiug held in the old church
hire, a branch of the Upper
Canada Bible Society wus formed.
The work of this society is purely unsectarian in character, bo-
ing wholly devoted to the
pr< pogation ot tbo scriptures.
Since Ihe foimution , ot the
branch here there has been sold
by tho depositary, Mr. F. R.
Wells, bibles to tho amount of
827, and subscriptions In aid of
tho Society's work havo beco
collected amounting to $29.75,
Mrs, Dickie, Miss McLuuchlin
and Miss lltiino having #iost
efficiently attended to tho latter
part of tho work, An addition
lo the stock of bibk'B in the
depositary's bunds will be made
in a few days. Any ono desiring
to aid tho Bocioty may hand thoir
contributions to tbo Treasurer,
Miss Kiikup.
and made awry with tho bracelets.
It is slalcil that England and
Germany are considering a proposed action to relievo tlio situa,
lion of foreigners in Chili, and
under some pretext lo aid the
congress party in bringing B.tl-
maoodu to terms. Tho German
fleet, which bus been ordered to
Chili goes with instructions to oo-
operate in nil things with the
Uritish, to whom the protection
of German interests on llio
Chilian coast has heretofore beeu
committed,
Another high life scandal lias
developed in London. A warrant
linn boen iBsued fer tbe arrest of
Capt. Edmund llopo Vcrney, R.
N., Liberal member of Parlia.
ment for North Bucks, on a
eharge of procuring a cirl for
immoral purposes. ��� It is alleged
that tho offence was committed
last autumn, Vcrney giving his
numo as Wilson. Tho identity
of the culprit was discovered a
few days ago, when steps were at
onco taken agaiuBt Vernoy, but
it is believed thut he has escaped
to tbo ooutinont. Tho accused is
a leading county magnate, a
[nagistnto und a member of tho
Loudon cuunly council. Ho is a
retired captain in tho navy and
has served in tho Indiin mutiny
and in 18G4 5 was stationed at
Victoria in charge ol tho gun
boat Grapler. He is also chairman of tho quarter sessions lor
Anglosey, and a justice of tho
poaoe. The hews of tho disgrace
cauBcd a great sensation.
LOCAL NEWS.
On the motion of Mr. Keliio
tho local government will ask tho
Lieutenant-Governor to tako
steps toward the collecting ol
mineral specimens for the Provincial museum, The Columbian
correspondent reports! " Mr.
Keliio remarked that in the Tor-
onto Exhibition laet year, and at
Spokane Falls, Wci-t Kootonay
had made the finest display of
ores. In the museum hero lhe
display of oics was s poor one;
the only good one being tbat ol
bis district. Other districts of
the proviuco he felt suro could
make lino displays, und in fact he
felt that with llio assistance of
the government tho finest display
on the continent could bo made,
This wonld greatly aid in bringing our mineral wealth before lhe
eyes of capitalists, and would bo
conducive of great good lo tho
country."
GENERAL NEWS.
Gleanings from All Over the
Wide World.
Ingorsoll, Out, wiib flooded on
Wednesday, by the overflow uf
a mill dan;, caused by heavy
ruins.
President Harrison is being en-
thusiaBlically received everywhere along tho lino of his excursion in tho Southern States.
La grippe is appearing iu Northern England, and tho death
rate baa doubled iu a week. Tbo
influenza bus also mado its appearance iu Paris again,
J. Daly of Victoria, who has
languished in jail lor several
months on a chargo ot bigamy,
was acquitted tho other day,
there being no evidence against
him.
A Victoiia policeman undertook lo arrest a Siwusli on Tu. ��-
day night, tlio nnlivo having a
load of liquor on board, The
Indian kept quiet till handcuffed,
then  knocked tbo peeler down
Tbo thermometer registered 70 3
in tho shade yesterday.
Messrs, Dan MoGlliyray, U. F.
Keefer, G. A. Keefer, and Capt,
Tallow, of Vancouver, are expected
to arrive on the train this,! morning,
to take tlie Lytton for dow the river,
Mr. H. T. Widilieome, the newly
appointed assistant baggageman at
Rovelstoko statiou, will remain hero
permanently, Mrs, Widdioume and
family arrived hero this week from
Ducks station, where thoy have been
living for somo time,
Mr. T. J. Lendrum, who has acted
as constable and collector at Revelstoke for the past six months
will leave here shortly to tako a
similar position at Nelaon. Mr.
Leudriioi has mado a very efficient
officer and his departure will bd
generally regretted. Mr. "Jack"
Kirkup, chief of Police for Kootonay will make Revelstoke his headquarters iu future,
A number of the young men in
towu this week were extremely jocular, On Sunday crape was hung
on Jas. MeDodald's store, aad Jim
was announced .as haviug departed
this life. The following ovoniug
dipt. Aithur Diek wus tried by a
numbe: of his friends for stopping
at the bar. lie got off with a
soorohing, Uy placard E1. Thomas
and Jim Lindsay wero given until
today to leavo town, whilo flirry
Herbert ate rod poppored pio till he
wept, aud G. O. Tuutli.ll jr., smoked
a cigar which he didn't know was
loaded.
Ou Saturday night the members
of the Methodist-Presbyterian choir
had a pleasant social time ot the
residenco of Mrs. ��� Diokey, After
practico tbey wero entertained at
supper, and then Mr. Bradford, organist of Ihe choir, ivub presented
with a pair of gold spectacles by tbo
members of tbe choir, ae an indication of tho esteem in which he is
held by them aud aUo as a Blight
recognition of their appreciation of
his service as organist. Mr. Bradford who wus surprised by tbe gift,
thanked the donors for their kind-
nces, and asBitrod them of tbe pleasure it gave him to act ae organist ol
the choir,
I
A a���a���ng���n
CI]c kootenay Star !upo"lbo ernitiL' y��nn<lord iiml i uwe
I his wife, and now thero is talk ol
A four page twcutyoolumn new a theatrical performance lor the
paper, is issued from the office ol
publication, Revelstoke, R. C
Subscription prico 82 per year
Rates of advertising given on
application.
fl. McCUTCHEON
Publiihor and Proprioto
SATURDAY.  APRIL. 18, 1891.
GENERAL NEWS.
i
Gleunings from All Over the
Wide World.
P. T. Rarnum, tho recently do-
ceased showman, has left ��5,000,
000.
A Chinese female leper mado
application at a San Francisco
hospital for treatment. This ol
courso was refused.
A firo in lleinizman's piano
warerooniB at Toronto resultod
in the destruction of instruments
to the tune ol 830,000,
A party of American engineers
havo gone to Central America to
dcmoriBtruto tho fcasibibility of a
railway to connect North and
South America.
The new Canadian Pacific
stoamsbip Empress of India will
bo given a big reception at Yun^
couver aud a lesser one at Victoria.
A bill has been passed in the
Minneapolis legislature, prohibiting the apperranoe on the siagc
of women clad in tights, and
compelling the use of at least
short shirts.
Tho local legislature of Manitoba, ut a caucus meeting the
other day decided to accept tlie
offer ot the Hudson Buy Railway
company, and give tbe road a
cash bonus ol 81,000,000 upon
completion.
It is currently reported in
Winnipeg that the Canadian
Pacific is negotiating for the purchase of the entire system of the
Northern Pacific in Manitoba.
including the valuublo leiminul
fiifilitier of tho latter in Winnipeg.   It is understood that the
ady's benefil.^^^^^^^^
Francesca Gulherio, tbo prima
donna of llie C. 1). Hess Opera
Company will summer ul Victoria.
Complaint is made that Indians
for years have been nutting ti'eiit
in the Lilboct river, and lo such
an extent that the stream is now
almost depleted of its finny denr
zens.  ^^^^^^^^
A special from Ottawa says it I thoy do of lhe possible  receipts
is tho intention of the govern
they would bo readily
taken for bunk clerks, or privitto
secretaries or young business
men on thoir own account. They
nre known to but few outside the
lietectivo forces and even their
landlords arc not always acquainted with iho character of
their guests.
Odd nnd Even.
There are men who think less
of seats in tho  legislature than
. NOTICE
Kotice is nerooy given flint nppli
cation will be made at the nextsos-
siono the Legislative Assemblyof
British Columbia f(;r ���u Act to In
| corporate a company to construct,
equip, maintain and operate a tramway to be worked   by  fit���nn, horse
��r. other motive power from the "Silvor
&?  Mine"  on  Toad   Mountain,
KooennyD.snot,toBome point,,,,
the Ivootouny Rivor, at or near Nelson
ment to propose Peter While,
member for North Renfrew, for
tbo position of speaker of tho
Commons when the house meets,
On Salurday lust warrants wero
recently issued for tho arrest of
j Edward S. W. Deoobarn, tho
member of parliament for East
Belfast, ou the diuigos of repeated indeoont assaults upon
boys. Decobarn shipped tho
country, probably haying received notice cf tho intended proceedings against him,
On the 9tb iust., the fust train
passed through the Grand Trunk
tunnel under tbe St. Clair rivor
currying several of the ro;.d's
officials, Tlio return trip wus
made at the rale of 15 milts an
hour and everything was pros
nounced satisfactory, There
were demonstrations at both ends
of the tunnel.
Word cemes from London that
an heir to Earldom of Mill town
whoso claims arc admittedly
superior those of tho present
holder of the ti tie has boon discovered in tlie person of Robert
Lcci-on, an ex-soldier and now
employed as a laborer in a stable
at Buokeuhead, Leeson's case
bus been investigated ly an emis
neiil barrister, who has expressed
his conviction that tho stableman is the true earl,
Two prominent Parisian anarchists, Wm. Calmy nnd Urevil
havo been sentenced lo two yours
imprisonment each for selling
copies ol the London International, the sale of whioh is nr, -
bibited in Franco, The extremist newspapers are loud in their
Jewesses have tho advantage
of all other girls thia your. It is
a leap-year in tbo Jowisli calender.
Vassar giils consume 40 bushels
cf unions in n year, That is one
of their strong points. They
know that in onion thero is
strength.
Mr. Maifest��� Truckman,] do
you agree to pay for all tho furniture you break?
Truckman���Certainly, sir.
Mr. Maifest���Then if you must
break anything be kind enough
to give the preference to this old
table,
Tho same old story���.Mr. Shiu-
boueof the South Sea islands���
.My dear, are you going to the
missionary hop this evening?
Mrs. Shin bone, sobbing���flow
can 1? Why I've nothing to
wear.
Northern Pacific aie anxious to denunciation of the judgment ol
lmko lhe ����-9. : the court and demand  to  know
Residents of the Banff National  whut is lo become of llie liberty
Park are   greatly   annoyed   M
First beggar���1 asked her for
some oysters.
Second beggar���An' what said
she?
First beggar���She said "go to."
Second   beggar��� Whoreat you
said-
First  beggar���Aye, that and
more, madam,  1 could easily go
six..
My Phillis, gentle spring is hero,
The ice king's grip is loose,
See,  o'er the vacant lol Ihcro
stray
Tlio gander nnd the goose-
It Single Tax should strike Unit
spot,
"f would bo no more a vacant
lot.
of the press is .-uch outrages an
to bo permitted under a repul
can govemm, nt
Laft January a man named
Marliu* McLean ran away wilb
Lhe wife of a farrai r named Arnold, resiling ai Easton's Corners,
near Brockviile, tho pair lakine
having notices served on then:
to pay all arrears tor ground
rent immediately or vacate.
They thought their troubles were
all over at the lime uf the last
Dominion   election,  but    these
notices have been served oo them , ���.    ������,���,.
since. It will cost the govern- with them a quantity ol goods
ment a largo amount of money to ,r0"; Ar; ' I's house, Tho elop��
evict the settlers. ing couple were arrested  in Re-
"  '">   ^   W-T.lttl   1    ;,.  ught   baok,
�� ch.rgo vi ., | ,,_,,..,.L \,���.
^can ;' -' u g a hammer belonging to Arnold and bo ivns
[found guilty. Tho jud^ ,,,,���.
rented very strong!) on the con
The elections in three districts
in Prince Bdwurd Island on the
9th inst, for the local assembly,
resulted in the return of three
Opposition members, Dr Jenkins
and Messrs. Robertson and Cum- ��� ,
inins.   Thisgivelhe Opoofiilon       ,    "."''"''"""''iud ���>'"'-'
a majority ot one,,, the a-,,;,,    '" '   '>'   amoi  Arnold's house
and will lead to change,,.  Gov ''"'    '"   lflkin��   ^   ll'"
erment, and probably a dissolu- P^P-fty referred  to.   And sen-
tiou of the Legislature. '     : ,'""   '" 8evc'n  J",fl�� '"
Kingston penitentiary,
Lady Dunlo, neo Hello Hilton,  -���������
lhe singer anl burlesque  actress Clearing1 them Out.
is having a hard time of it   now
that her husband   has   been di*.     Seattle  is  pcrgin
-iij-i i
NOTICE.
A sitltng of the County Court
of West Kootenay will bo held
on Wednesday, April 22nd, 1091,
at 11 o'clock b, in , at the Court
Houso, li vb Bloke,
0, C, TUNSTALL,
ii.'l llegislrar C.C,
Kovolstoke, March 2 1881,
herself ol
Scoundrels.
ownod ly his father Iho Earl ol
Clancany. Since the reconcillia.
tion of the lord and lady alter
the collapse of Iho divorce  pro-.
ceedings sought at the instigation to bear ibat it will be impossible
of tbo earl, tho p. tile  actress has | lor Lhose human vultures to n-
a fearless gang of  ,
whose depredations have bn ���.. bi
disgrace  upon   tho   city,    The
east kootenay;
and for all the powers, rights and
privileges usual or nooessury in SUoh
.m undertaking, 0r i��� constructing
equipping, maintaining and oporatinR
a railway, l ��
09.0
FRED. (I. WALKER,
.  Ageutjor Applicants.
NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that Allan
Granger has filed ,vith mo, npplion-
hons for Crown Grants for his mineral
locations situated on Jubilee Mom.,
ain in the District of East Kootenny
known as the Horso Shoe nnd Dewv
JjVo._ Adverse applicants, if any, are
required to send in their objections
tome within sixty days from tLis
ante.
A. P. CUMMINS,
Gov.   Ageut,
C��-�� East Kooteuay, B. C.
Donnld,"January 15, ld9l.
W. A. JOWETT,
Notary Public,
French Tailor System.
miss a. c. Mclaughlin,
A graduate of Madame Kollogg's
School of Instruction, Port Huron,
Mich., has cngatfort rooms at Robinson's Boarding Douse, (near the
saw mill) Ilovelstoke, aud is pre.
pared to receive and ii 11 all orders
for dross nnd mantle making, iu tbe
bc��t manner known to tho art.
The French Tailor system of cutting nnd fitting employed, nnd a
perfect lit Guaranteed, (J8-lm
N O T I C E.
Notice is hereby given that James
Brady has filed with mo "an applioa.
tion for Crown Grant for his mineral
location situated aubot two milos
west of the ''couth end of Upper Columbia Lake in East Kootenay District known ns the Thunder Hill
mineral claim. Adverso applicants,
if nny, nro required to send in their
objections to mo withiu sixty-days
from tho dato hereof.
A. P. CUMMINS,
Govt. Agent.
fiG-8 East Kootenay, B, O.
Diiilil, January IC, 18.11."
L, HAIO,
Notary Public.
JOWETT & HAIG
Mining, Timber and   Heal  Estato  Brokers and  General
Commission  Agents.
Conveyances, Agreements, Bills of Sale, Mining Bonds, ote., drawn up
Rents and Accounts Collected;    Mining Claims Bought and sold; Asses-
nient work on Mining Claims Attended to; Patents Applied for, Eto,, Etc.,
IH?" FII1E,  LIFE AMD ACCIDENT IFSUKANCE AGENTS.
Lots on Townsito of Ilovelstoke for P'do and Wanted, Ageuts for Mining
Maohinery, Etc,
REVELSTOKE, II. 0.
INLAND ARMORY, VICTORIA ST.. KAMLOOPS
FKA0TI0AI
I   GUNSMITH
All kinds "of Repairing dono in (.'workmanlike manner.   Shot (Inns
Ililles, Pistols, Ammunition ko., ko., for sale at lowest prices.
53T Fine Hides Blade to Order.
 1)BALMS   IN	
DRY GOODS,  MJSO'S FURNISHINGS,
FANCY A TOILET GOODS,  PATKJT MEDICI-ES,
FRUITS, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
STATIONERY   ETC,   ETC.   ETC.
POSTOFF1CE STORE   AT   NELSON.
Have en
abl
Coal, Hay and Corn.
ntire sale of tho celebealed Canmore hard, lump and nut coal, suit]
o  for  base-burners and other stnvos.    GREAT HEATING
Tjnlin.'ll l\,I.a.TT       ."..TT,   .   ,>a.,��       �� --
POWER.   MUCH CHEAPER THAN WOOD.    Deli
voreil a' Ilovelstoke, nny part of towu,  $9,90
Kamloops $9.00j Donald $8,50.    Special
quotations for car lots,   (.'onl stoves
sold fttwholosalo cost ffny, oats
and bran sold by carload or
sniallor quantities Yards
at Kamloops and Donald.   Apply
L. J. Ml) WARDS
DONALD, B. C.
p lice are bringing such procure
been the sole support of loth.
Tho lady is now in such a con-
thai   she
mn in
some
NO. [i li is hereby givon thai the
undermentioned tract of land, situ-
ston in B Bt Kootoay Distriot, has
been snrved, end a plan of tho samo
can be Been at the Lands and WorkB
^^^^^^ i department,  Viotoria, and in   the
there,    Among ibem are  otBon of  A.  I',   Cummins,
of   the   most   d
anng  nn
ditlon that Bhe cannot much I abandoned orimlnals in America
longer enduro tho cxa- tloni of The Press-Ttmcs devotes some
the profoflBion.   The lord tear- space to those parasites   It ��,,,
fully denounces his relatives but all the pang i
iro f
r nl
tbovo the
Dnnlo Lubcaused n fooling in her They nro ofaclnss who ���\wZ
favor, eve,,   among  tho   highor go drossod in tho height ol .���,{
circles of English society, which ion, wear diamonds and have B0ft
had persistently frowned Loth j velvety bnods,   Passed on the
can do nothing, Tho dovolion uf lordiiiiuy   burglar   or
\   , | ml Oomml isioner. Dona
Lol 223, Group I.   'I homns Jone
Pro emption   Record   No.  C
dated ih '.I.I line.  1885,
Persons  having   advirso  claims
must Hie a statement ol Iho same
with  the Commissioner within 00
ih.) i from date of this notice,
W, S, GORE,
Surveyor General,
Lands and Works Department,
Viotoria, B.C., February Oth, 1891,
77
The Kootenay Star,
Devoted to the LUMBERING,   BUSINESS    and   AGKI-
OULTUltAL, and especially to the
i-1 Mining Interests of the
Kootenay District.
JOBet
a specialty,
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS PROMPLY ATTENDED
' tu, and exocutod iu the best style.   Commercial work
i
������ ,". ��� Newspaper Regulations.
H
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il
I
1
W
hia"
Kingdom,   la   personal appear.
^^^^^^^^^ anco no ono could less resemble
1. Any person who takes a paper   0romwell lbfln the    ,,,(t,���t ru|e|.
regularly from the   Post   OJ. ,
whether bo has subscribed or not, is ���
responsible for tho payment. Balfour ilfi uo ^lld��  �����"���'  ��"'1"
2. If a person orders his paper j dulous Strides to his places in Iho
discontinued ho must poy all arrows' House of Commons, ooo would
or the publis lira mny continue to j imagine rather that he had just
sond it until payment is made, and
then collect the whole amount
whether tbo paper is taken from llio
. office or not,
i, Iu suits for subscriptions, the
suit may be instituted where the
paper is published.
i, Tbe courts have decided that
refusing to tako a newspaper or
periodicals from tlio Post Ollice, or
removing and leaving thorn uncalled
or, while unpaid for, is pima facie
evidence of intentional fraud.
Love and   Com tort
In days gone by,  wo danced, wc
snug
The sunny vnles of life among,
There was no joy liko beine; young!
Now, we have supped with toil ami
care,
And, 'mid the glint of shining hair,
Timo, as ho long ago did pass,
Shook from his never failing glass
The silvered dust of withered years-
Ploughed  furrows  with   regretful
tears���
Along tho cheek whoso roses paled
Before the cold breath bo exhaled.
In   days gone by, with rightoous
shame
���We scorned  pursuit of gold and
fame,
Givo us, with  love,  herbs anci a
crust!
Riches had wings, gold tvnshnt dust,
With love divine and four bare walls j Dcssod at Pendlcburgh En��   the
dropped in Irom an exoroiso un
the guilnr than from the pursuit
ol liis grim game with iho
nationalist forces in Ireland. Hi's
movements aro almost of womanly grace and his face is fair to
look upon, Even when making
tho bitterest retorts to tbe
enemy opposite, be preserues au
outward bearing of almost deferential courtesy, Irish members
may, if they please, use tho
bludgeon ol parliamentary conflict) for bim tho polished lightly
poised rapier suffices for all
occasions. The very contrast ol
bis unruffled mein pie-ented to
furious onslaughts from excitable
persons liko Mr, Win. O'Biiei.
adds lo tho bitterness ol tbo
wormwood and gall which his
presence on the treasury benches
mixes for li'i&h inevnbois, Rut, if
ko is hated by tho men some
of whom ho has put in prison, he
is feared, and, in some tense, respected. In bim is recognised
the most perfect living example
of the mailed bund under lbe
silken glove,
A Lively Funeral.
A remnrablo scene  was wit-
Who cared  for lands, for   gilded
halls?
But now the noon of lifo is past!
Thero blows a strong nnd chilling
blast
That shakes tbo poor, thin cottage
doors
And penetrates its creaking floors.
Tho toothless  gums   reject  love's
cru-t���
Love's herbs arc dry as storm-blown
lillbt.
The days gone by will come no more
When heaven was  root uud  earth
was floor.
And star and flower .and leaf-clad
tree
Exceeded all man's tapestry,
The sweet, the foolish lovo of youth
That brooked no shade of doubt���
near truth,
But  bravely   faced   that  cloudless
sun-
Is all ilisnprovf.il���its lessons done!
Now spread thick carpets ou the
floor,
Curtiau  tho   windows,  drape the
door-
Anil let the glittering chandelier
Throw   mellow   light upon good
cheer;
Now,  wiser grown,  let   truth  be
told���
We love���our caso, onr lands, our
gold.
Mr. Balfour's Sudden Fame.
llcnry W, Lucy, in the North
American review Ior April says:
There is no instance in English
political lifo of a still young man
making such a rapid advance to
a premier place ns is supplied
by Mr, Balfour. Lord Randolph
Churchill bud a meteoric flight,
other day, during tho funeral of
Mrs. Fielding Swinton, whose
death was attended by circumstances wi.ich gavo rise to sus-
wilh difficulty maintained at a
fair standard of efficiency. England finds uu st of her best T >ops 1
to-day in India, where the
soldiers' wages offer sufficient |
lo tbo bold and hardy among the
natives ami where Hie men arc
most obedient io drill. In Africa,
loo, it is said that the Soudanese
under British command, make
splendid soldiers, Military authorities admit that for the maintenance of her foreign possessions
England will have lo depend
more and more upon tlie people
that live in them, reserving lhe
native British troops for borne
defence and aggressive warfare
abroad.
Too Officious.
ll will bo remembered that
about eighteen months ago Admiral Honage, in command ol the
Northern Pacific squadron of tho
British Fleet, caused tbo German
ship J. Huslcde to remove from
her mooring in Esquimau harbor
on tbe ground that a British man
of war had precedence over all
othor vessels; Cansidcrablo loss
and trouble were incurred to the
German vessel ns a result of this
aclion, The owners of tho J.
IlusteJo mado a claim through
the German counsel at Montreal,
against tbo British admiralty for
875J for loss and damages sustained, Subsequently it was
arranged between both parties to
settle tho matter for 3100.
Leprosy Dying- Out.
ames
FUR.NI
Co.
mrm \j
f\ ry
\ t 6 J,
PIANOS, ORGANS.
Carry largo lines of plain, medium, amd high-grade furniture.   Parlor and
Bed-room sets rouging in prico from ��6.50 to 8500.    Hotels furnished throughout,   Office and bar-room chairs,   Sping
mattresses made to order, and woven wire, hair
aud wool mnltresses in stock.     Mail
orders from Kootenay Lake
points will receive early
and   prompt   at-
tention.
MAIN   ST.tUIOT. REVELSTOKE	
����CagB>gB��ama��BaE��ga��M3emijlM
B.C,
m
nG
velstoke Tin Shop,
iKUP & CO,
DEALERS IN STOVES AND TINWARE.
3ranilo  waro, and   Lamp  Goo la.       Tin, JCoppor and    Sheet Iro
Waro mado^lo order.    First class work guaranteed.      Orders promptly
attended to.!
picton
i.insl   her    husband.
While lhe burial rights wero in
progiess, a crowd of fifty women
wlm   wero    in    attendance    as
mourners,attacked a woman who
was known'to have been erini.
iually intimate with Mr. Swinton,
and who bud defied public opinion
by making hor appearance al the
luncral of the woman sho bail
wronged.   They drove her away
and pushed her down the street
of the village, polling her wilb
stones and mud.   As tlie angry
women   rushed  by the mills a
large number of mill hands, attracted by llio clamor, left tbeir
work and joinod in the  chaso.
Tho   men   suggested   thai   tho
woman's partner in iniquity, who
was lhe more ejuiily of thu ,,U'o,
should not be forgotten, und acting ou this suggestion, tbe women
returned and attacked lhe mourning husband.   Ho fled,  amid a
shower uf missels, ami he aB well
aa bis paramour was driven out
of town,   The wrath of tho virtuous  villagers  being appeased,
order was soon roslored and tho
Interrupted   funeral  riles   wero
decorously completed,   It is de*
claroil that if the couple venture
to   return, proceedings  will   be
taken to bring them to trial, on
a charge conspiring te causo Mrs.
SwiotOO'S dentil,
Army vs. Navy,
Tho report of Dr. Smith, physician to iho Traoadie lazaretto,
shows that the leprosy wilb
which a few settlements of fishermen in New Brunswick havo
been afflicted for half a century
is being slowly but surely eradicated. The policy of segregation
which has now been pursued
systematically under tho supervision of the government for a
number uf years has resulted in
lessoning of lhe disease. At
Tmcudie, tbo original centre ot
disease', tho wises seem to be
lalmoHi extirpated and Dr, Smith
expresses tho belief that ovontu��
ally the malady will disappear
from all the communities whero
it has been tbe tenor of the
people. Thoro aro at present in
the luzerctto eight inalos and ton
females.
Vll orders by ma}
express promptly
atten led
to
REPAIRING
A
SPECIALTY.
All   description.. 0f
gold nnd silver
NOTICE.
Notieo is hereby given that
Messrs. Jowett & Hm'g have been
appointed local agents for tho Cana
diiin Pacific Railway Company at
Iievelstoke, for the purpose of collecting rent from all parties occupying land belonging to said company.
J, M. EUOWNIN'G,
Laud Commissioner
89 4 O, P. It. Co.
Vanoourcr, B.C., Marohli th, 1891.
JOUBNE BROS.
(CiosetoO, P. R. Depot)
BC
Iievelstoke       -    J
GENERAL MERCHANTS.   ���
Importers of tho Choicest Groceries and Provisions.
\Yo carry a select an Incomplete stock of gent's furnisings, ladies'.toj|ct,
and children's boots, shoes ami hose, stationery, patent medicines,
requisilos and roady.mado olothiug.   A  large assortment of p>Pe '
tobacco, cigarettes, imported and domestic cigars, f'ruils, randy,^
ritovo pipes, tinware, crockory, rough and dressed lumber, and olhorgood.8
loo numerous to mention, at moderate prices.
A BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH STORE.    ��� *
Telephono oommunioation.
but ho had for several se.-siuiis,
been steadily forcing hiinsoll into i A disoossion Is going on among
prominenco before in the p.irliu j military ami naval men, and in
ment of 1880. ho bloesomod into [the nowspapors, as to whether
England   needs   any  army   for
Chancellor uf tho Exchequer
and lender of tho Houso of Com-.
mens. Up to tho day when all
tho world wondered to boar thai
Mr. Balfour had been appointed
Chief Secretary for Ireland, he
was a person of no political oem-
sequence, bis rising evoked no
interest In lhe louse, and his
namo would not have drawn n
full audience in St. alamos' Hull,
Wilhin  twelve  months  and in
homo dofenoe, Tho weight of
Naval opinion is that the army is
a perfectly useless encumbrance;
that tho navy cau do all that is
required, and that should tho
navy prove inadequate to protect
Englands food supply, Iho do-,
fence would then become ti ques
tiou, not of fighting, but of holding out against starvation. To
this view Iho army officers are
KOOTENAI LAKE
SAW MILL
G. 0. BUCHANAN PltOP
P. 0, Addross, Nelson, J. C,
Capacily 20,000 foot por day. Planer
sbiuglo machino, clo. All kinds of
lumber on hand. During thosoason
of 1800 lum..er will bo delivered at
any of the landings on tho lako at
greatly reduced pricos.
J. Fred. Hume & Co,,
Ite velstoke '"and Nelson,  R. C.
a/S
MERCHANTS.
���DEALERS IN���
Dry Goods,  Provisions  and Hardware,
rapidly Increasing degree within unwilling to agree, and thoy con-
two years, he has aalued for him. tend tin 1 the army is as neoossary
self   one Of  tbe  four   principal on  land as the navy on water,
plaeis in debate ill the House of Mealtime   recruiting languishes
Commons, and bis nntue was ouo in consequence of tho better op.
to conjure with In Conservative portunitics and income in civil-
ccntros throughout tbo United pan employment, nnd tho army is
V
W J FISHER
PAINTING, GLAZING,   PAP
ERING,   SIGN WRITING
AND CALSOM.INING
REVELSTOKE,
11. C
MINERS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY,
Tbo Public will find it to their advantage to call and
Inspect  Goods and Compare   Prices.
Any orders placod with   Mr. Charles Lindmark  will have our
careful attention   and  prompt delivery lo any part of Revelstoke.
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE A3 LOW A3 ANY OTHER HOUSE, ������MaMaMaMMMMBIiaB
Selkirk Lodge. No 12
IOOC Donald B C
tlegular Meeting Thursday A each
tveek at 8 p. m.   A)\ Visiting broth
era are cordially ravited.
J. McLeoh,     J. IL Ma'THeso*,
N. Oa E. 9.
RAILROAD TRAINMEN.
vosMrn) B/ Ci
, GLACIfcR LODGE No, 51,
Meets lst 2 Sundays, and last 2 Wednesdays each mostbv
Master,-   J, 8. Babbitt.
Sec'y,   W. P. Ogilvie.
Finc'r.   Angus McLean.
Journal Ag't, E. A.- Ghesley, Kamloops, B, 0.-
During the week Mr. Jowett has
been busily engaged in taking tbe
census.
Mr.- A, 3. Marks, of the Nolson
House, Nelson, was at the Victoria
this week.
Mr, T. M. Hamilton has purchased
the Senate and will make an addition to his building immediately for
a Mstaurant.
Mr. J, McLaren, manager of the
Monarch nine, has returned to Field
aud will send down another 100 tons
of oi'e for tbe smelter here shortly.
Mr. T. M. Hamilton sajs he felt
an earthquake shock as the clock
struck one-Tom ou Tuesday.
Mr. Jcs, Genelle and seven men
went down tbe river on the 7th inst.,
to work at Genelle Bros, saw milis
at the lake.
Statbn Agent Hamilton roports
the receipt of large quantities of
freight here dnring this weeh, a fair
share of which is for down the river.
An old timer named Jamea
Qnigg, at one time a resident of this
town and well known throughout the
m
mmm
Mr. J. Vincent, the now steward of   upper country, died at Nelson the
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN,
Doff AID, B. C.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. 341.
lleetB lst 2 Wednesdays, and 3rd and
4th Sundays, in Firemen's Hall,
Master,   Arthur Randall.
Secretary,   Joseph Collin.
Collector,   Geo B Govett, Box 49.
Receiver,   James  Falconer, Can-
more, N.;W T.
Magazine Agent,   H J McUotley.
CHURCH SERVICES.
Divine Service will be held in the
Revelstoke Church every Sunday evening at 7 ;30, conducted alternately
Sunday School and Bible Class every Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All
are cordially invited to attend.
Church of England services
will be held in Iievelstoke by the
Rev. J.C. 0. Kemra overy iourth
Sunday in eaoh month.
the 'Lytton, formerly employed on
one of the C. P, Navigation Coin-
pan j's steamers arrived iu town this
week,
The hotels have been doing a rushing business during the past week,
and every train adds to the population of tbe town. Numbers of these
visitors will go down tho river to the
mining camps there.
Thursday afternoon tbe Lytton
steamed up and made a run down
the river for wood, Her machinery
worked liko a charm aud she bad no
difficulty in running the riffle
and returning to the smelter
wharf,
Rev, Mr. Ladner, of Portland,
Or., two years ago pastor of the
Methodist church at Kamloops, will
in all probability be appointod to tho
charge of the Methodist church at
Eevelstoke iu June nest. Rev. Mr.
Ladner, has been a great favorite
wherever stationed and will receive
a hearty welcome here.
NOTICE,
A sitting ct the County Court of
East Kootenav will be held on Monday. April 20th, 1891, at II o'clock
a. m. at the Court House, Donald.
S. REDGRAVE,
90-4 Reg. Comity Court,
Donald, March I8th, I89L
THE KOOTENAY STAR.
REVELSTOKE, APRIL 18, 1891.
LOCAL NEWS NUGGETS
Picked Vp in the Towu and
District.
The weather is getting quite summery.
Mr. R. Green, of llleciilawaot, is
in town.
Mrs. H. N. Coursier paid a'.visit
to Donald this woek.
Mr. Thomas Evans of Donald,
Was a visitor in town this woek.
Gardening operations have occupied the attention of numerous residents of the lotto dnring the past
week,
Jas. MoDonald expects to finish
Work on the C.P.R. and smelterdoek
today. Work will be commenced
on tho C. k K. N. Co.'s wharf on
Monday.
Bourne Bros, have commenced
moving into their    spacioas  new
The water in the river and lakes
has risen considerable during the
past week, and today at noon the
steamer Lytton will leave on her
first trip down the river. Mr. F. G.
Christie reports that every berth on
the vessel has beeen engaged, and
there is aliklihood lhat some of tho
passengers will have to put up with
a "shake down."
A meeting will be held at the Columbia House this evening to consider the advisability of organising a
lacrosse club, There is plenty of
good material in town and the young
men should certainly engago in
some such healthful spoils during
the coming season. Of course thero
will be no objection to their also
winning glory ou the athletic  field.
Juntus Matbieson, Henry
and James Ryan, weie kille,
30th ult., by the accidental discharge
of powder at the rock cut two miles
weBt of Nelson on tho Columbia k
Kootenay Railway, A 22-foot hole
was loaded with a case of dynamite
and ten kegs of powder. Only a
part tat llie blast went off, and when
the men had relumed to the work
tho remainder of it went off throwing loos cf rock on the unfortunate
31st nit.
W. C. Van Home, preKdent of
the O P. R., B. B. Angus ami John
CasBels will mako a trip of inspection over tbe Pacifio division of the
O. P. R. next week.
Wednesday evening a west bound
freight struck a mud slido near Illecillewaet, Tho pilot of ongiDo 103
was slightly damaged. No. 2 was
delayed 8 hours in consequenco of
the slide.
Work on the Lo Roi and St. Elmo
claims at Trail Creek, (both bonded
by American companies) has been
shut dowu, the formor being flooded
and tbe latter on account of snow.
Mr. F. Gamble, of the Dominion
public works department arrived iu
town yesterday, He goes down tho
river to-day to inspect the work
done in improving the Koetenay
rapids.
Tho fires under the roasting furnace of the Revelstoko smelter were
started on Monday and have beeu
kept going night and day during
tho week, the ore from the Monarch
mine nt Field being treated.
Mr. G. B. Wright, of Ainsworth,
registered at Ihe Columbia House
yesterday, He is enthusiastic in
his praises of the lake couutry mining camps, and especially of Ainsworth. Tho properties there, he
says, are commanding the attention
of capitalists, and there will be big
developments Iho coming Be.ison.
Mr, W. J. Scott, general agent of
the Manufacturers Life and Acci
dent Insurance Company for Muni
toba, the Northwest and British Columbia, and his son Mr. Wm. Scott,
manager of the company for the
same territory, paid n business visit
to llevelstoko this w.vk. British
Martin I Columbians ure giadually becoming
._ aue more favorably impressed wilb the
benefits c IT, red by life insurance,
and the Manufacturers finds thisj a
good field for business,
NOTICE.
Notieo is hereby given that George
Do Wolf has filed with mo an application for Crown Grant for hi'sniiueral
location situated ou Mount Stephen
in tho district of East Kooteuay
known ns tho "Monarch",
Adverse applicants, if auy, are required to send in their objections to
me within 00 davs from this date,
A. P. CUMMINS,
i    Govornment Agent,
East Kootonay.
Donald, March 2nd, 1891.
Fletcher i Co
Building" & Contracting
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING WORK
DONE, DOORS   AND SASH
TO BE HAI) ON SHORT
NOTICK
RE��ELST0KE      -B.C.
A.B.H. COCHRANE & Co
���miuing heoker,���
And General Co-mm.88.OD Merchant
Insurance   and   Heal   Estato
Agonl, Notary Public, lite.
GoiDBN
B.U
NOTICE.
Notice is heroby given that Richard A. Fry and A. 0. Fry have fyled
I the necessary papers and made application for a Crown Grant in favor
of a mineral claim known as the
"Silver Queen" situated in the Toad
Mountain subdivision Wt'Bt Kootenay District.
Adverse claimants, if any, aro requested to forward tbeir objections
to me within sixty days from the
date of this publication.
G. C.  TUNSTALL,
75 8 Gold Conimisiouor.
Revelstoke, January 29th. 1891.
HULL BROS
REVELSTOKE.
BUTCHERS
AND WH01&SAIB Alkl KETAIL DKALER3 H
[jffiEF POlfK,   Ere,
NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that application will bo mado to the Parliament
of Canada at its next session for an
act to incorporate a ^Oompfltiy with
power to construct, 'equip, .operate
and maintain a line of electric telegraph and tolophono from Sprout's
Landing ou the Columbia River iu
Kooteuay district to tho boundary
line of the proviuco of Uritish Columbia, together with nil necessary
powers rights and privileges,
CHARLES WILSON,
Solicitor for tho Applicants.
Dated at Victoria, II. C., this 12th
day of January, A. D. 1891.   86-2m
CENTRAL  HOTPL
Corner Front and Hanson Sts.
Abiuiumbon dhos.     ���
REVELSTOKE,
r-ROPIIIISTOKSI
B. 0.
Pfco's Bomedjf for Catarrh te tho
j..-! Best, Easiest to Usoi."-! Cheapest,
r3��.fsr-r'*i*.wl��vjfc!.;-^7-^:
��� SaSa rijWwWiaWa^aVCSwIaaMlB!
S, ''..1 Iiy druggist) or rent Iiy niall,50c.
il T. Esftlllao, '.Var;ou, Pa., u, s, a.
store, which when oompleted will be j meu named.   August Johnson   was
one of fhe largest  and   handsomest   also badly ii.jared by the exploiter
stores in tbe intetior.
Mr. R. Balfour, of Vancouver, has
taken up a tract of land on the bench
lauds above town and will try fruit
farming here. Ho is confident of
making a big success of it.
A Sr.eti representative paid a visi
of inspection to the steamer Lytton
this week. A number of men were
fonnd at work getting the craft in
ship slupc, ond sho is now ready
for running.   The brush of W. J.
��� WF.Teetzel
Messrs. J. J. Drlscoll and El. | Fiaher has wrought quite a change
R-tSVBLSTOKE k Nmsoir,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST
Langhern, of the Calgary k Ed mon
ton Railway were in town this week,
making arrangements with the Iievelstoke Lumber Company for timber,
etc.
Mr. F. Irving, of St. John, K. II.,
arrived in Revelstoke Wednesday
night. He goes down the river on
the Lytton to take a position
as clerk lu .Mr, J. Fred Hume's
store at Kelson.
Mr. Ci Hamber, of tho firm of
Hamber, Thyuue k Henshaw, Manufacturer's agents,' of Vancouver ond
Nelion,; \vae) in town during thn
week, and goes down the river on
the Lytton,
Mr. Boyle, president of the Revel-
Make Hmeltlng Syndicate, and Dr.
Campbell, manager for the same
company, leave on tho Lytton today,
in the appr-ararace of tho vessel.
which is as rn-at and bright ai need
be. The cabins are paiticularly attractive, being finished in white,
gold, pale blue and pink. The accomodation of the steamer Is first'
class Ihioiia'hont, nnd thosn who
patronize her will not be disappoint
ed. Chief Engineer Patterson bus
the machinery in period working
order, and the LyttOU niiV bo expected to giro a good account of
herself this season,
Capt. Cochrane, Thos. Ilondley
and W, P, Sloan who went down to
Sproat with the Marlon last week relumed to town Thursday In a small
boat, On the down trip lhe .Marion
encountered a bonvy storm on the
upper lake and was obliged to tie
up for a time.   One of tbe ohains
A Full and Complete line of
Iii:! OS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Wall Paper, &o.
AT EASTERN PRICES,
,-��.'' Cigars at Wholesale JgJ
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given tbat Richard A, Fry aud A. C. Fry have,fyled
the necessary papers, and made application for a Crown Grant in favor
of the "Grizzly Hear" mineral claim
situated at Toad Mountain, West
Kootenay District.
Adverse claimants, if) nny, are requested to fowiud th"ir objections
to ne within sixty days from the
dato of this publication.
G. 0. TUNSTALL,
71-8 Gold Commissioner.
Revelstoke, Junuary 29th, 1891,
First class in every respect; Noarest
hotel to 0 P It depot mid steamboii
landing, between post office aud gov,
buildings. Coach to aud from depott
aud steamboat. Fire proof Safe for the
accommodation of its oustomers,
���. f. K. EM&l
REVELSTOKE.
F. McCarthy   ....   Prop
First class Tomperuiico House.
UOAIII)    AND    LODGING   $5   FEU   WEES.
MEALS, 25c.     tflflJS 25o,
This hotel is situated convenient to the
stntiou, is comfortably  furnished and
affords Iirst clasB aooommodation.
WEST  KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
IU. 1:0 .11
f.lo.'K
Sewing Machines kept
They cipect to seenro some proper-j connecting with tho propollor was
ties at Trail  Creek, and vi.iit  their
mines at Aiulworth before returning
here,
John Langhlln was lodged In the
cooler Wednesday night in a Innquid
state of Intoxication, On Wednesday ho appeared In court before
JudgeTunstall nnd W, A, Jowett,
J, 1\, charged will) dinnkeness nnd
Vagrancy. Ho admitted tho Hist
chargo, and a penalty of (30 or two
mouths wiih luud labor ut Kamloopn
was ImpoBcd, Constable Kirkup
took him dotn to Ktmloop* on
Thiiyuduy night,
lost In the lake, but the little
steamer wan able to continue down
the river without trouble, reaching
Bproat on li.itunlay. The return
trip was started on Hiuiduy morning
the stoamor running up tho narrows
Whel'e she was left In charge of
Engineer Mills, dpi. Cochrane
deeming it Inexpedient to Iry the
narrows with only nan wheel working. Thn captain will git chain
here and bring the steamer dp In D
few days, The Despatch with tho
C, 1', H. snow was mot at thu foot of
tho lake on Monday,
NOTICJ
Notieo I1! hereby given that
Messrs, Jowett >v H-iig have been
appointed local agents for tlie Canadian Pacific Hallway Company ut
Iievelstoke, (or tbe purpose of col-
leellng runt from all parllus occupying lain! Ih longing to said company,
J. M. BROWNING,
Land Commissioner
80 1 <;. P, ll. Co.
Vancouver, K.C., Mairchtllh, liVJl.
TENDERS.
Tendem, nddfOMttl to the nnder-
ilgnod will be received at llm tlov-
erninent ollice, llnvolitoko, until
Wednesday Hie 1'ilh Inst., ul I p. III.
for the charing of llm block of land
belonging lo the Iievelstoke school,
The lowest, of any tender not nee-
esBatlly accepted,
it 0. TUNSTALL,
Asst, Com, Linda and Works,
Revelstoko, April 2nd, 1801, oi-'i
Notice is hereby given that tho under
mentioned tracts of  laud, sitnat-
in West Kootenay District, have been
surveyed and tbe plane of the same
can bo seen at the ollice of G, C.
Tunstnll, Esq,, Assistant Commissioner, Revolstokoi
Lol 105, Group 1,���Known   ns
Grizzly Hear Mineral claim.
Lot H)o, Group 1.���Known ns
the
ns
UB
ns
Silver Queen Mineral Claim
Lot 172, Croup 1,--Kuown as
United Mineral Claim.
Lot 17:1, Group 1, -Known
Arkansas Mineral Claim,
Lot 174, Group 1, -Known
Dluokbli'd Mineral Claim,
Lot 175, Group L���Known ne
Jeanne Mac Mineral Claim,
Lot 17ii, Group 1,���Known
Alpine Hose Mineral Ciuii
Lot 177, Croup 1.���Known
Portland Mineral Claim,
Lot I7H, Group 1. -Known
LIbby Mineral Claim,
Lot 171), Group I,--Known
Tenderfoot Mineral Claim,
Lot IHO, Croup I, - Known an the
John A. Logan Mineral Claim,
Lot 220, Oronp I, II. Scions nnd
,M. H. Davys application to purchase dated 2t|ih September, 18110.
s W, S, GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Lnnds nnd Works Department,
Viotoria, H, (J., 5th February, 1891
the
the
the
the
the
the
ub  the
nn the
lis   the
VICTORIA HOT
STRICTLY FIItS'l'-CI-ASS.
REVELSTOKE      ���
W. Cowan, Prop.
Rooms well attended; tables unexcelled. Wines and liquors guiirm
toed of a high quality. Fire jL
samplo room. Telephone communication with C. P. H. depot. Fira
proof vault for tho convenience ot
guests.   Buss moots all trains.
MAN-SHOT HATES
$2 P8B 11A1
���THE -
COLUMBIA  HOUSE,
REVELSTOKE. B.C.
The largest and most contrul Hotol in
tho city; good accommodation ; everything new ; table well supplied ; bar aud
billiard room attached j lire proof safe,!
BROWN & CLARK,
Proprietors,
FREE .1113' AT ALL   TRAINS
Stockholm House
JOHN STONE, Pitor.
The dining room is furnished  with the
host the market affords.
The bar is supplied with a choice stock
of winos, liquors and cigars,
Jas, Liberty,
TEAMING
CGWRD
& DRAl'ING
FOR 9AL3

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