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REVELSTOKE. B. C. AU&U3T 15, 1891.
No. 9.
THE KOOTENAY (It .C.)
Smelting and Trading
Cl]c Jtootenay Star
SATURDAY. AUGUST 15,   1801.
SYNDICATE,   LIMITED,
Am  Prepared to Sample  and Puroliase  all   Kinds of
GOLD, SILVEH & LEAD GJIES
Prices and all information furnished on application,
J. CAMPBELL,
Manager.
KEVELSTOKE
Boot and Shoe Shop,
ED. PICAKD, proprietor.
Boots and Shoes of all kinds m:tde to order of tho bast stock on abort
notice. REPAIRING of Shoes a Specialty. Harness and other Leather
worn also repaired.   PRICES RlUH'l.
W.
A, JOWETT.
Notary Puhlie.
T. L. HAIG,
Notary Public.
JOWETT & HAIG
Mining-, Timber uud Real  Estate Broke-fa unit General
Commission  Agents.
Conveyances, Agreements, Bilk of .Sale, Mining Bonds, eto., drawn up
Rente and Accounts Collected; Miuiug Claims Bought and sold; Asses-
ment work on Miuiug Claims Attended to; Patents Applied for, Etc,, Etc.,
I3T PIUK,  IalFK AM) ACCIIXOT I>'SUUAXCE AGENTS.
Lots on Towusiteof Ilovelstoke for Sile aud Wanted, Agonts for Mining
Machinery, Etc,
REVELSTOKE, 15. C.
Gilker & Wells.
-D-CAlaEllS   IN-
DItY GOODS,  MM'S FURNISHINGS,
FANCY 4 TOILET GOODS,  PATENT MEDICINES,
FUUITS, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
STATIONERY   ETC,   ETC.   ETC.
P08T0KFICJS STORE   AT   NELSON.
Evans Bros.' Pianos
FINEST   FINISH,    FINEST  TONED,    EASY    TOUCH,
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORSHIP.
The papers of tho Prov'iico nro beginning bi disoiiBS the question of a
stiooessor to Lieut-Governor Nelson.
The name of Eilgnr Dewdnoy has
been mentioned by apparently intor-
ested parties at Ottawa.    He is well
and favorably known in British Columbia, nnd from official position hero
he vvi.s promoted to the Governorship
of the territories, ami thenoe to the
Department of tho Interior at Ottawa.   Returning to this proviuco in
any othor relation than ns a private
and honored citizen, nfter retirement
from public life, would seem to be re-
versing the dial of his career, and
stepping elowuwnrd rather than upward.   He would make a worthy nnd
able succoesor to Sir Charles Tupper
as High Commissioner for Canada at
tho Court in Loudon.  It is our belief that Sir Charles should voluntarily retire from that position, haviug
done many things inconsistent with
the duties of a High Commissioner,
representing all the Canadian people.
Absence from his post for the purpose of taking an active part in   a
highly excited and acrimonious partisan election, is ouo of theso.   His
attacks upon the Grand Trunk Railway, ono of the great enterprises of
Canada, in  speeches, through  the
daily  press, and iu the powerful
monthlies of England, hud the tendency to damage its credit, and impair the valuo of tho investments that
thousands of English and Canadian
people had in its securities,   He was
oblivious of the fact that the destruction of the credit of ouo great Canadian corporation, might, in its wide
spread consequences, rosult iu ruin to
tho eutiro financial fabric of Canada,
and thus enibnrri.BR the powerful railway he was supposed to be befriending.   At once, however, Sir Charles
became dumb, doubtless upon suggestions from Ottawa nud Montreal,
and the two great railways of Canada
���were known to bo frieuds, auel had
friends of each in both directories.
Thus was tho mischief which mistaken partizan zeal might have perpo-
trated, by the  discretion of others
averted.   We therefore believe that
as a High Commissioner for all tho
people, Sir Charles has failed ia the
impartial performance of hia  duties,
aud should give place to a successor!
and the Staii believes that Hon. Edgar Dewdney would  fill  the   place
with satisfaction to the Canadian people.   Among the largo number of
able public meu residents of and
whose interests are identified with tho
welfare of tho province, tho Staii is
not called upon at this timo to express
a preference, but wiskos to add its
voice to tho general opinion that oue
among them should be ohosen.
smelter is ready/to do the work for
which it was erected, and will
sooner or later "get thero." The
river business by steamer is very
largo, both passenger and freight.
This outlet hy rivir is something
which nuliiro provided ior this
locality, and whatever railroad
schemes m.iy bo worked out in
iho lowor country, cannot bo
t'ikon away. Almost any ambi.
tious town, would givo ull of its
"old boots," if it could havo the
Columbia river, with ila fleet of
Iirst class BteaniCB connecting
for Spokane and the western and
central States, dropped dewn into
its midst over night.
.aa, ...a.a.........
THE    UNEQUALLED
DOHERTY ORGAN.
If you tkiug of buying an Organ or  Piauo, soud for Catalogue aud
Price Lists.
REVELSTOKE1
JAS, MCDONALD & Co.
AGLNTS.
<, - - - 13'
All a Mistake.
Wu havo bee. told thai a certain travelling niun decided nol
lo Htop oil ill Revelstoko lor tho
reason that throe of its mcrchanls
(i.inning thorn) were soon to
leave, and that tho town was
soon to lose ils post ollice, Wo
have investigated this aspersion,
and have found that neither ot
the merchants lolorrcd to is
intending to loave, but lhat their
trade is belter this year than lust.
The railroad business is much
larger thun any previous your,
and tbe Iievelstoke Lumbor Co.,
have boon puBhod will) ordors
all summer. Thero aro now two
post olhces instead of ono, the
mail business ut tbo station be*
coining so large, thai lur tbe
convenience ol tho pooplo there,
uu ollice has beeu opened,   The
the Spokane 4 Northern railroad
and the Columbia river route.
Tho party will start about Aug*
list 15th, and will go up on the
new boat now being completed at
Littlo Dalles. The trip will re��
quire about ono week. Those
who desiro to go should notify
Mr. Roavis, as the party will not
exceed fifty,
Our Alpine Climbers.
Finnic Bourne, of Bourne Bros,
and Morgan David, of the Revel-
stoke Lumber Co., made tho as-
cent oi iloimt .McKeuzie, at the
cest of 48 hours  of  hard work
und luborious climbing, and are
the first explorers who huve ascended its summit,    The   peak
iB the nearest one of tho two seen
to  tho  Bouthward  of   towu, is
about 7,501) feet above tho sea
level, and its  apex 7 to 8   miles
dibtat.t   in   a  direct line,  They
started  at   5  o'clock  Saturday
evening, and crossing the  [lie���
cillcwacl spent Lhe first night  iu
Neilnian's abandoned shack.   On
Sunday morning  they wero  oft
again at 4 o'clock, aud hy continuous hard labor reached  the
top al 5 p.m.  They found a level
bpace of 25 yards wido by -10 long
covered with crass.   In order to
let future adventurers know that
iho place had been visited, they
gathered stones and spelled their
names with them on the mountain
lop. The  sights and scenes in
view wore beautiful  and  grind.
They counted  eight    kinds  ol
flowers in   full  bloom, and  tho
number w.ib innumerable.   Having a glass, they looked through
it to tho westward over and be��
yond Mount  Begbio  and   saw
what appeared  to  be  another
mountain of solid ice and  snow,
entirely while, and to lhe north,
ward and cast of Revelstoke, a
beautiful meadow on the mimn.
tain's summit.   And in all directions, the view was  magnificent
beyond description.  Mount Tillie
which has the appearance of being almost tho  twin peak of
Mount AlcKonzie, was found  to
bo two or three miles away, the
intervening valley boing covered
with a heavy body of snow and
ico from which it believed flew
tho waters which   form Grccly
Creek.   Thoy reached the valley
again on Monday evening at five
o'clock.    They did   not  carry
blankets, und were shorl of provisions not expecting  ll.o   trip
would ho so long.   A very largo
black boar was encountered, and
Mr. Bourne gave him a shot, but
ho escaped under tho  logs  und
brush, and although  thoro wore
signs  lhat  ho  had   lost much
blood, for want of time he was
not followed.   Tho print  ot his
foot incisure.! nine inches across.
Messrs, Eonino and David aro
planning othor iidvoultireB. and
will next uscoud tho mountain
south of the entrance* to Eaglo
I'nss, north oi' and  noar Muuul
Bcgbie.
For Itcvelstoko and ({lacier.
Tho Siinkano Review says:
Secretary lictivis, of tho chamber
of commerce, iB making up a
parly of fifty to mako an excursion to Revelstoko uud Clamor by
The  Fire  Brigade.
A public meeting was held scv-.
oral week ago, and a eo in mil toe
appointed to make inquiries in
relation to tho best method of
expending the government appro.
priation of $250 for lire purposes,
The committeo wero author.zed
lo call a meeting to hear their
ropoi't. We would suggest that
a partial report will be better
than ono too long delayed. It
would show the interest of the
people, and convince the government that wo were in earuost
and deserving of tho assistance
asked for. Insurance rates will
be lower as scon as a fire brigade
is organized.
I.   0.   G.   T.
At the regular meeting last
Tuesday evoniug, tho following
ollicertj were elected and inBtallod:
Bro WLee C T
Sis May Adair V T
Bro D J King PCT
" C Lindmark C
Sis Mrs Aduir S JT
Bro J Chandler ....ti
" MDavid FS
" W Glen T
" J Armstrong M
Sis Mabel Adair DM
" Mrs Ssshaw A S
Bro J Grant G
" A Cunningham S
" T Lewis L D
Sixteen members were initialed
during tbe last quarter.
The Steamer Nelson.
This steamer commanded by Capt,
McMorris, ie finished aud in service.
Sbe leaves Nelson at C a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays for Ainsworth, returning same day in time to oonuect
with the train for Robson at 2 p.m.
Ou Wednesdays and Saturdays she
leaves for Bonner's Ferry at 4:30 a.
m. calling at Ainsworth both going
and returning.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ViOTOMA HoTEia.-H Bell, W M
Ronald, Winnipeg: T Fletcher, J E
Millie, E Million, Vancouver; C E
Lyon, D ti Breathe, Englaud; Frank
Neck, Mr. k Mrs. W Phillips, Loudon, Eng; Mrs Robert Simpson, Mrs
\V Hamilton M-rritt, A E Currou,
B A Parker, Toronto; D W Sharpe
und wife, J R Hoffner, Minneapolis;
TDrnmmond, Montreal; WW .Mont-
go.nery, Tucoma; Chester Glass and
wife, Spokane; J W Ulesson, Wood-
stook: A F McMillan, Ottawa; Jos
Reid, Viotoria; J E Griffith, J C C
Kemm. Donald; II DHiime, Salmon
Arm; Win I'carce, Culgarv; C L Me-
Gammon, Ton. Keefer, J Peterson,
Nelson; ll Condell, Lirdcau; J M
Miller, M A
Coiai'MiuA House.���A II Boucher,
C Brewster. Enderby; BN Truman,
Vancouver; E tl Gilbert, Harrison
Springs; El .1 Morgan, Viotoria; B
A Rogers Nelson; R W Fletcher, A
Cumey, W A Drown, Calgary.
CEvrn.'ra Hotel.��� G W Jordan, R
Allen, Wm Ryan, Sioumous; Wm
Steward wife and 4 ohildren, A Obis-
holm, H'difux; Mis. MoLellan and!
children, Nova Sootiu; S Young, N
Wosta.iui.ter; 0 Jorgeusou. Albert
Oanyon; LA Noble, Salmon Arm;
Osour bodebnrg, T Dempster, Nelson'; Wm Oarrington, Tappen Siding.
" Mrs. McLollan with four child.
(Iron on iho way fiom Halilux to
Nelson to moot her husband, lost
her youngest child, 5 monts old,
which was buried here last Wod��
ncsday oveuiog.
. --. ||
< A faiur page twenty-oolumn new
paper, is issued from the office o
publication, Revelstoke, li. C
Bubionption price ?2 per year
Bates of advertising given on
application.
H. MoCUTCHEON
Publisher and Proprtor,
WBE-fliW!W!BBB~
SATURDAY. AUGUST 15,   181)1.
Terrible Charges.
Snohomish, Wash., Aug. 5.���
Tbe Eye publishes some Hurtling
facts regarding lhe bestial acts ol
Father Guay, tbo Catholic priest
of this parish. Tho exposure is
backed by affidavits in possession
of thu publishers, made by several of tho priest's victims,charging him with sodomy aud othor
crimes ugainst nature. Thu details of theso affidavits are revolting iu the extreme- His victims
so far as known, are eight iu
number, rn��st of them illiterate
members of the Catholic church.
Tho method of the priest, who is
a large and powerful man, was to
lure tbe oqjects of his Inst to his
room, supply tiiem wiih liquor
until they weie rendered in a
measure helpless, and thon uo-
oomplish his hellish purpose,
Oue of the victims claims to havo
personally notified tee bishop
seveial weeks ago, but ho fur as
known to lhe Eye he has taken
no action in the matter, atlbough
it is stated lhat ho will bo here
on Thursday lo invesiigate.
Many communicants who were
aware of the priest's conduct are
said to have inlu.-cd to altond
services, here, preferring to go lo
Seattle to conless. The vile
practices of tbe priest have extended lor a period of nearly
seven months, and even sinoe bis
crimes became generally known
he bad lbe brazen effrontery lo
exercise his priestly functions in
the - church to congregations
greatly reduced in numbers. At��
tempts were made to prevent lbe
publication of lbe facts iu the
iocal paper,
A lormer resident of St.
Thomas, N. D., reports " thai
Father Guay was guilty ot lbe
same crime there. Guay left St.
Thomas about a year ago. Cath.
oLcs, Frotestauts and uon scciar-
Uns are highly incensed over lhe
matter, and there is strong talk
Of lar and feathers,
ment aim euinusiusin. ocven
hundred public houBeB were
opened to-day for the beneflt ol
pilgrims aud 100 special police
oni-ollcd- Piety and holiday
making seemed to occupy the at.
leution of the pilgrims alternately to tbe great pecuniary
beuetit of the citizens.
Th  Eagle Bird  Screeehed.
The poachers from British Co.
lumbia have taken noarly 18,000
seal skins this season. Tbey
havo also taken tho shortest cut
home since tho Amorican gunboats have gone on thoir trail.
iroiii, anynowt bbk buggies.
Cows, I fancy, fluid Wagg,
That    acoounts   for  it,  said
Migglcs.   Cowob is a famous watering place.
It was very mortifying, said
tho doctor. 1 made a Bad error
of judgment nnd tho man diod.
What did bis family say?
Ob, they wero very gratoful
for what I had done. He was
very rich.
They   AVill  Wed.
Amongst iho passengers who
lelt Liverpool ou the round tho
world voyage of the Empress of
India, tho first of the Canadian
Pacific steamers, were Mr. Wm.
P. Feeney, of London, and Miss
Robertson, of Lcnzie, Glasgow,
Mr. Freeny remained over in
Japan so as tn take tbe Empress
ot India again on her last trip ou
which she arrived here July 21sl,
and by chance Miss Robertson
who bad also remained over en
route, was upon lhe same ship.
As a fitting sequel of tbo above
story the announcement of their
engagement is made.
Door Jake-Come tomorrow
evening sure, Pupa is at homo
but is laid up with a sore loot,
bee?
Dear Cora���I oant come tomorrow evening, 1 am laid up
on account of your pupa's sore
foot.   See?
First Young Hamster���Allow
me to coDgratulalo you. I buw
you this morning hurrying along
lo iho court wiih a brief bag in
your hand. So your first client
has come?
Second Ditto (with a look of
satisfaction.)���Yes; my tailor has
taken out a summons against me!
a beautiful picture without printing
for twenty-five Royal Crown
Soap Wrappers* A oneceiitpos-
tage stamp will eaiiry tho wrappers,
Tbe picturo will be mailed free.
Royal Crown is tlio purest und
beBt soap made, and iB the oheapeBt
to mse. Only Royal Crown
Wrappers Exchanged.
Address
THE ROYAL SOAP COY.
Winnipeg, Man.
Indications of a Foul Deed.
The body of a young woman
about 20 years' eld was found
in iho Niagara river.'neai Lewis-
ton, Saturduy, with her skirt
tightly twisted under tho throat.
Signs of a struggle on the bank
of the riverjwere also discovered.
Two men, who were eeeu in the
woman's company, have beeu
arrested. One of them gives the
name of flonry Daley. Roth are
sailors aud claim to belong to
Toronto.
The Great Northern.
Engineer Thompson's corps of
Great iSortbern surveyors have
transfoircd their camp from Md
Eutee's springs to Gilbert's ranch
on tho west wall ol Grand coulee
about seven miles from Coulee
City,, Wash. There is a rumor
here that the Great Northern
contract to ihtColunibia river has
been let to Nelson rfennet. This
1 is strengthened by the fact thut
a number of sub-contractors
; have lately been looking over tho
country between here and the
river. Word is received from
Weoatthcs that the Haskell party
are pushinti the locating survey
A fighting place has been  fi. down the Wenatohee river on the
nally agreed upon   by friends ot1 eastern   slope   ol   lhe , Cascade
Fitzsimmons  and   Hall.   Presi- mountains.
dent Fulda of San Francisco and  ���	
Captain   Cook  of  BoBton  have Odd and Even.
been in   telegraphic   correspon- ���
deuce with Parson   Davies since i    "What's tbe  row ovor at the
Saturday regarding  a   match in ; museum?"
tbe California club, and they fin-1   "A lake dentist sold   the   (ire.
illy (.aine to an agreemenf, Satur-: eater a set ot celluloid tooth,"
day afternoon,   parson   Davies
after nomrnunioatiog with Jimmy
Carrol tins ullernoon, telegraphed
President    Fulda   that   the men
Bound to   Fight.
were ready to accept the club's
terms, Tho California club offers
86,000 lor the fij-ht to take place
within four weoks. Hall ami
FitzaimmonB havo been keeping
in very good trim ever since their
experience iu St, Paul, can easily
train iulo light inn condition in-
j.i.le a month.
As a general thing, we don't
feel at all like eating, this hot
weather, yet, nevertheless, we
are obliged to swallow It,
H THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE.
- seMBTSSTOoioroarasw.
^��NSUrWTl
Photos!
Photos!
O, B. BENSON,
(Late of Nelson.)
Has Bet np his tent on Main
Street, opposite tbo Post Office,
where he will remain for a short
time taking Viewii, Photos, Tintypes
and Enlarging Pictures, All work
finished here, and satisfaction guaranteed, Prices reasonable, Give
usa call.
KOOTENAY LAKE
SAW MILL
G.O.BUCHANAN PROP
P. O, Address, Nelson, ai. C,
Capacity 20,000 feet per day. Planer
shingle machine, eto. All kinds of
lumber on hand. During the season
of 1891 Inmber will be delivered at
any of the laudings on the lake at
greatly reduced prices.
W$!Ew&
The "Holy Coat."
Bishop Korum, assisted hy 100
clergymen and ihe mayor ol
Treves, had the high altar of the
cathedral broken open and Iho
"Holy Coat" taken out ol its son-
ret reccplaclo. it was declared
to  bo intact, anl period,   The
Black wero the  eyes���us   black
as jet���
Of the country maid I knew;
I kissed hor and her lover came���
And mine arc jet black, too.
Lid you ever go up iu a balloon?
Once,
What wero your sonsationH?
Oh, Name as usual. I wanted
tho earth.
I wondor what pave Columbus
his idea Ihal lhe world was
round?"
Somebody had swindled him, 1
suppose, and lio saw it wasn't
square,
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE,
Atlantic Express, urrives 10.10daily.
Pacific        " "     16.52   ���'
Passengers arriving Sundays and
Wednesdays will connect with steam*
era for Robson. .Wlnon, and points
iu Southern Kootenay,
Cheapest, most, reliable am! nafa
route bi Montreal, Toronto, St. Paul,
Chloago, New York and Boston,
Kates $8 to $10 lower than any other
other route.
Passengers leaving Revelstoke on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
will connect, with the magnificent C.
P, It. Steamers at Fort William, during navigation,
Specially fitted Colonist Cars, in
charge of a Porter, for tbe aooommodation of Passengers holding soond
class tickets. Passengers booked to
snd from all European (mints nt
Lowest Rates,
Low Freight lla'HH. Quick despatch, Merchants will save money
hy having their freight routed  via
theC, P. If.
Full and reliable Information given
hy applying to
I). Vi. BROWN,
Asst. Uiui'l Freight Ag't, Vnoouver.
or to .1. HAMILTON,
Ag't C. P. K, Depot, Rovelstoke
NOTICE     RESPECTING    THE
SALE OF CROWN LANDS.
Notice ie hereby given that tho
Order iu Counoil, whioh was approved
by His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor on 80th July, 1890, providing
that the alionation ot Crown lands
bv private sale be discontinued,
notice of which was published ih the
British Columbia Gazette and dated
8ht July 1890, has been reaeindod,
and that thirty [30] days nfter tho
date of this notieo vacant unreserved
Crown lands will be open to sale
under the provisions of the "Land
Act."
F. G. VERNON,
���Chief Commiesioner of Lauds and
Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0, 30th April.
w oeetzel
RKVELSTOKg A   NsLSOat,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST
A Full nnd Complete line ot
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Wall Paper, ko.
AT EASTERN PRICES.
\W Cigars at Wholesale, jft
Raymond Sowing Maohinee kept
in stock.
CARPENTER
SHOP.
EDUCATION BUREAU OF THE
PROVINCIAL'S SECRETARY! |
DEPARTMENT,
Victoria, May 6th, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that tbe
Annual Examination of Candidates
for  Certificates of Qualification to
tench in the Publio Schools of the
Provinoe will be held ns follows, commencing on Friday, July, 2nd,   at
9:30 a.m.
In Viotoria-High Sohool Building.
In Kamloops-Publio Sohool Building.
Each applicant must forward a
notice, thirty days before the examination, stating tbo china und grade
of certificate for whioh he will be a
candidate, tbe optional subjects selected, and at which ,of the above-
named places he will attend.
Every notice of intentiou to be examined must lie accompanied with a
testimonial certifying to the moral
character of the candidate.
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
H��o'i Rotnedy for Catarrh li t_
Beit, Eiu'iut to t"io����d Cheapen*.
Sold bj tlrusglMii or sent, hy null,
[ E. T. HmJUno, Warren, a����, a...
50c. |
The subscriber would intimate
to the public generully that he ia
preparod to supply Windows, Doors,
Glass, aud all BuildingjjMuterial,
Picturo Framing, ko,
UOERT.AKING
Coffins,?Caskets, Shrouds,'Ao.'Carried in Stock.
R. H0WS0N.
J W THOMPSON
REVELSTOKE, E C,
CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY
PUBLIC.   LOTS IN REVELSTOKE BOUGHT AND
SOLD.
Rents and Debts Collected.
W J FISHER
PAINTING, GLAZING,   PAP.
BRING,   SIGN WRITING
AND CALSOMINLVG.
KEVISLSTOKE,   -     -  B. C
NOTICE.
Appliontion will be made to th*
Parliament of Canada, at its next
session, for an Aot to revive tht Aet
52 Victoria, ohapter:49, being an Aci
respecting the Kootenny and Athabasca Railway Company.
STEWART, CHRYSLER A LEWIS
Solicitors for applicants.,,
Ottawa, 23 Apri.,,1891.
Coal, Hay and Corn.
Have entire Bale of the oelebeated Canmore hard, lump and nut coal, auk
able  for base-bnrners aud other stoves.    GREAT HEATING
POWER.  MUCH CHEAPER THAN WOOD.    Deli-
vered a, Revelstnke, any part of town, 89,90
Kamloops $9,90; Donald $8.50.    Special
(���^quotations for oar lots.   Cosl stoves
sold ntwholenale cost Hay, oats
and bran sold by carload or
smaller quantities Yards
at Kamloops and Donald.   Apply
L. J-EDWARDS
���{DONALD, B. O
The Kootenay Star,
Devoted to tlio LUMBERING,   BUSINESS    and   AGRICULTURAL, and especially to tho
Mining Interests of the
Kootenay District.
TOP I>!'INn^0��P ALL KINDS PROMPLY ATTENDED
V V/.M ed to, and mo
specially,
muted in the beBt stjle.   Oomrntitisl werk I' 'hither he his subscribed or not, is
"T -sponsible forth* payment,
':'��� i il, If a person orders his paper
,'Jiscentinned he mist pay all arrears'
or the pnblisehrs nay oontinue to
���und it intil payment is nude, ��nd
��� ben eolleot the whole amount
V whether th* paper is taken from the
' itffict or not.
I   i. Io suits for subseriptions, the
suit nay be instituted where the
., paper is published.
i L The courts have decided that
J refusing to take a newspaper or
l periodicals from the Post Olfioe. or
i removing and leaving them uncalled
' at, while unpaid for. is pima faoie
���videnee of intentional fraud.
Let tbe Toast Pats.
['I'l Here's to Ihe miiden of bashful fif-
II teen;
l'    Here's to the widow of fifty,
i   Here's to the flaunting extravagant
\        queen,
And here's to  the housewife
,. , th it's thrifty. '
Let the toast pass,
Drink to tbe lass,
I'll warrant she'll prove an excuse
for the glass.
| | Here's to tbe charmer whose dimples
we price,
I ^J    Now to tbe maid who has none,
sir;
Here's to the girl with a pair of blue
eyes,
C       And here's to Ihe nymph with but
oue, sir.
Let the toast pass,
Drink to tbe lass,
I'll warrant she'll prove an exouse
r for the glass.
Here's to the maid with a bosom of
snow;
Now to her that's as brown as a
r.        1-errJ;
"\,}  Here's to tbe wife with a faoe full of
woe,
And  uow to the damsel that's
11 merry.
' Let the toait pass,
Drink to the lass,
I'll warraut she'll prove an exeuse
for tbe glass.
for let >m be clumsy or let 'em be
slim,
Young or ancient, I care not a
feather,
So fill a pint bumper quite np to the
I lirirn,
So fill up yonr glasses, nay, fill to
the brim,
And let us e'en toast them together.
I'll warrant she'll prove an exeuse
for the glasi.
GENERAL NEWS.
Gleaning;* from All Over the
Wide World.
Small-pox ia epidemic at Aca-
pulco, Mexico.
Vera Crui has heen partially
flooded by rain, and the American
consul there iB sick with yellow-
fever.
Rainmaker Melbourne is exultant over the success of hia
experiment. To-day ig bit eighth
experiment, and was an unqualified success.
Thomas Long and John Ostua,
the two men who fought a duel
in tbe northern part of Kentucky
on election day, died of the
wounds yesterday within three
hours of each other.
Tbe labor troubles in Omaha
continue lo spresd. Eight hutu
dred brick makers will be render
ed idle by the closing ol lhe
yardB on Saturday. The smelter
has closed ior 90 days and tbe
white load works will soon be
obliged to shut down ior lack ol
material,
Trixy Livingstone, an inmate
��� of Mary Buchanan's bouse ot ill.
fame, has boen arrested at Regina
by mounted polioe on a warrant
charging her wii.fi receiving
I, stolen proporty. It fs thought
she had some of the jewelry
stolen Irom JntqucH uud wus try-
ing to skip ti)Si. Paul,
A   heavy  storm  passed ovor I
Manitoba last niSht.   Mi'B.  Me-
Ginuis, of Moose Jaw, aud Mrs.
Martens, of Morden, were killed.
Tom Lynch, a well known
rancher and horsebreeder, of
High lliver, dropped dead in the
Ontario House last week. Heart
disease waB tbe cause.
Lieutenant-Governor Nelson ���
of British Columbia, hus consented to aet as one of the vice-presidents of the Macdonald Memorial
Committee. All lieu tenant-governors are now vice-presidents of
this committee.
A telegram irom London says
tbe Marquis de Louisville, who
bus Irom lime to time in tbe past
acknowledged tbe soft impeachment of betrothal to Mrs. Frank
Leslie, despite tbat sprightly
lady's denial that such tender relations existed between thorn, hus
been declared bankrupt.
The wife of Wm. Smith a Winnipeg painter, has eloped with a
colored slooping car porter, run*
ning between Winnipeg and Vancouver, named O'Connor. It is
thought they have gone to Montreal. Mrs, Smith took two
children wiih her,
Notice has been givon of application by Ada Donigan Cookshire
at tbe next session of parliament
for a bill oi divorce from ber husband on the ground of adultery
and cruelly, Also two other
applications, one by Dr. Mead,
Northtvct Territories, and the
other by Valentine Sitter, of
Western Cauada.
Discoveries of tree gold at
Pine Nut, twenty-five milea from
Carson, Nev,, have caused a rush
of prospectors to that district. A
town tunned Zionville lias been
luid out. For ten miles square
there are many quartz ledges
showing gold on the surface.
The discoveries are as promising
as those first made on the Corn-
slock lode.
A parachutist named Iliggins
made a balloon ascension Saturday at Leeds. He wus accompanied by Miss Devoe. In ascending the balloon strucu a
telegraph pole.. The car was upset and both the occupants fell
lo lhe ground. The woman escaped injury but the man struck
a fence in bis descent and was
instantly dilled.
Ida Kipp, a handsome girl of
19, was shot and killed iu Cincinnati, Saturday evening last as
sbe was entering a beer garden
on Fifth avenue, by Joseph J.
Levi, aged 25. After committing
the crime Levi turned tho
weapon on himselfdbut it missed
fire, and he was disarmed before
he could carry out his intended
suicide. The girl was in company with a gentleman friend
when shot. Levi has been paying attention to her for some
lime and was intensely jealous.
Saturday evening ihree men
from Oregon registered at tbe
Hotel De France, Fresno, Cal.
They retired, but finding tbe
room closo and  warm  removed
their beds to tbe root of tbe veranda. About one o'clock Sun-
day morning parties across tbe
way saw an unknown man with
a shotgun creep along the roof
and lire two loads of buckshot at
lhe strangers. One man was
dangerously wounded, one seriously und lhe other slightly injured. No cnui-e is assigned for
lhe deed. M. Kogollo, proprietor
of the hotel, is under arrest,
charged with attempted murder.
The latest apostle of vegetarianism is Mrs. Carries Le Favre.
She declares thai meat intemperance is worse than whisky intemperance, and that health and
longevity arc the sure   rt'Bulttol
New York, Chicago and Boston.
Tbe bout raco between McLean
of Westminster and Peterson of
San Francisco, on Saturday last
was won by Peterson.
After Fl.'teeu Years.
Boston, Aug. 7. ���Calvin Page
arrived here today with his two
girls whom he recovered Irom
the Chinli band of Indians, of
Dakota, wbo held them captives
for 12 years, Page, with his wile
and children settled in Dakota in
1876. They were all captured
by Indians, Mrs. Page died from
the shock caused by Beeing ber
husband bound to a tree and the
children wore carried away,
Paee was released by cowboys
and relumed to Boston, Recent'
ly he received intimation that
his girls were living, and he
journeyed to Dakota with the re.
Bult of finding them.
I Fletcher,
Contractor & Builder
All kinds of Turned and Soroll work
done neatly and promptly,
and at right prices,
Jobbing work a specialty,
REVELSTOKE
B.C.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership heretofore existing between W. Kirkup & Co., dealers in
tinware and stoves at Revelstoke,
B. C, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent, W, Kirkup assuming all liabilities of tbe said firm, and
all accounts are to be paid to J.
KirKup.
W. KIRKUP,
Witness. J. KIRKUP.
Thos. M. Hamilton.
RevelstoKe, July 8th 1891.
MAIL CONTRACTS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
Postmaster-General will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
14th August, for the conveyance of
Her Majesty's mails on proposed contracts for four years, once per week
eaoh way between
Alberni and Nanaimo,
and once per fortnight each way, between
BBrKerville andQuesnelle Foras,
and
Keithley CreeK and 150 Mile House,
from the lst October next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contracts may be seen and
blanK forms of tender may be ob-
tianed at the post offices at Alberni,
NBnaimo, Baruerville, Keithley
CreeK, Quesnelle Fores, Soda CreeK
and 150 Mile House, and at this
office,
E. H. FLETCHER,
P.O. Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Viotoria, 26th June, 1891.
uw/IllVU     lUUJL/UHOilU.    VU     \JVt
FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ORGANS.
Carry large lines of plain, medium, a.nd high-grade furniture.   Parlor aid
Bed-room sets ranging in price from ,$(i.50 to $500.    Hotels furnished throughout.   Ollice aud bar-room chairs.   Spiug
mattresses made to order, and woven wire, hair
and wool mat tresses in stook.     Mail
orders from Kootenay Lako
points will receive early
Jaud   prompt  attention.
MAIN STREET. REVELSTOKE b C
TEe Revelstoke Tin Shop.
WM. KIRKUP & CO,
DEALERS IN STOVES AND TINWARE
Sranite ware, and   Lamp  Goods.      Tin,  Copper and   Sheet Iro
Ware made to order.    First class work guaranteed.    Ordors promptly
attended to.
BARBER
-THE.
Jeweler
AND
Optician.
11   orders bya    m
express promt!)   }
attended
to
REPAIRING
A
SPECIALTY.
gold nnd silv      0
BOURffi BROS.
(Close to C. P, R. Depot)
Revelstoke
BC
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Importers of the Choicest Groceries and Provisions.
We carry a select and complete stook of gent's furnisings, ladios' toilot.
and children's boots, shoes aud hose, stationery, patent medicines, etc.,
requisites and ready-made clothing.   A   largo  assortment of pipes,
tobacco, cigarette.!, imported aud domestic cigars, lruits, cuudy, elo
Stove pipes, tinware, crockery, rough and dressed lumber, and other goodi
too numerous lo mention, at moderate pr.ee->,,
A BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH STORE.
Telephone oommunication,
RSERVE-WEST   KOOTENAY
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that the
following lands are hereby reserved
from sale or pre-emption until further
notice, viz:���A strip of land one
mile in w'dth on each side of a line
commencing at the point where
Cottonwood-Smith Creek crosses tho
southern boundary of Nelson Town-
site Reserve; thence following the
valley of the Cottonwood-Smith Creek
to its head; thence along the valley
of the Salmon River to u point opposite to the head of Beaver Creek;
theuce across the summit to the
valley of Beaver Creek, and follow
ing tbe said valley to its mouth;
thence following the east Bide of the
Columbia Biver to tbo International
Boundary line.
F. G. VERNON,
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works.
Lands  and    Works   Department
Victoria, B. U.21et .May, 1891.
J. Fred. Hume & Co.,
Kevelstoke and Nelson, B. C.
MERCHANTS.
 DEALERS   IN���
Dry Goods,  Provisions and Hardware,
MINERS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY,
Tho Public will find it to tbeir advantage to call and
Inspect Gcods and Compare   Prices.
Any ordors placed with  Mr. Charms Lindmark  will have our
careful ultention and  prompt delivery to any part ot Revelstoke.
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OTHEB HOU8Z,
I
��� ���' i' ������ Hukine in the town before leaving for
Divine Service will be bold iu lhe, the lower country.
Rovelstoke Churoh everv Sunday eve- ,,,
king at 7;S0, oonduote'd alternately ,    Dr' ("*'" ��- Cl'��,vn ff**' '"' ��'ll)e
Sunday School and Bible Class ev-  Ooluaibia House on Monday, Tnes-
���ry Sunday ufteruooi. at 2:30.   All day   uud  Wednesday,  18th,  HUh,
are ourelially inviteil to attend,
CLureh of Fnclanil services
will le held in Revelstoke by the
RitV. .1.(1. tl. Ken.in every lourth
Sunday in each month.
.,*.,*;,��� ^.Selkirk Luclgi'. No 12
*9m0r i o o v Donald b c
Reguhir Meeting Thursday jf each
week at 8 p..:,.   All visiting brothers are cordially invited.
J. McLtou,     J. 11, Mathesoj*,
M. G. 11. ti.
RAILROAD TRAINMEN-
,     .DoSAtD,  li. C.
.QLAClKH LODGE No, 61,
Jleets lst 2 Sundays,, auel last 2 Wednesdays ouch mouth,
Master,   J, S. llabbiU.
Sec'y,   W. F. Ogilvie.
Fiuu'r,   AiigtiB McLean.
Journal Ag't. E. A. Chesley, Kara,
loopB, 11,. 0.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN,
Donald, B. C.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. 341.
Meets 1st 2 Wednesdays,and 3rd and
4th Sundays, iu Firemen's Hall,
Muster,   Arthur Rauelull.
Secretary,   Joseph Callin.
Collector,   Geo ll Govett, Box 49
Moceiver,   James  Falconer, Can
more, N. W. T.
Magazine Ageu     H J McSorley
BSBJ--). g.'1!..1-1���r jagggg-g
THE KOOTENAY STAR.
REVELSTOKE. AUGUST 10.181)1
LOCAL NEWS NCOUCTS
Picked I'ii in tlio Town nnil
District.
The new steamer, "Nelson" of the
C. k K S. N. Co., is running successfully.
Charles Lindmark is building a
Bioall burn on bis property, to be
used for stabling his team.
Mrs. Charles Nelles is visiting
Mrs. Kirkup, for a few dnys previous
loher contempliited trip lo Loudon,
Ont.
I 2tlil. of August.
Mr. E. K, Francis, photographer,
of Calgary, doing bnsinoss in the
east end of town, is turning out
some excellent portraits.
I. T. Brewster, at present agent at
Kumloops, will act as relieving
agent during the absence of Mr.
Hamilton, and until a regular agent
is appointed.
Mr, I). J. King, who has had
charge of tho .Star for seven months
as editor and manager, took the
steamer Lytton last Monday, for a
trip to southern Kooteuuy. Owing
to his departure we are dulloient of
the saivuiill news this week.
Mr, B. Stan wood who lately occupied tbo position of furi.aeo.niin in
the Kooteuay smelter, left on llio
Lytton, for Idaho, on Monday lust
to look niter his mining interests.
Mr. Stnuwooil made many friends
dnring hia two months stay in our
midst, who were very sorry to see
him depart.
Dave Cowan and Billy Eckersley,
left for Sanderson's Hot Springs on
Wednesday morning, on a two weeks'
sojourn. They are well fixed for
eutabks, taking pies, cake, cold
meat, aud a large pudding, which
will save the trouble of cooking.
If they come across any bear they
intend tilling him with Gooderhaui
and Worts, us they are loaded.
Miss Mattie Stone, daughter of
Mr. anil Mrs. Jehu Stone, of the
Stockholm House, arrived from
Sweden Thursday evening, Sue
left Gotteiiburg July 21th aud Liverpool, 8t)th, coming via. the Allen
Liue to Quebec, then hy the C, P. R.
After a separation of twelve years,
the family ef Mr. Stone uro now ull
gathered here.
Miss Mary F. Halliday, of Victoria opened the Iievelstoke Pnhliu
school on Monday last August 10th.
She was successful iu obtaining the
necessary certificate of qualification
ut tho te.icher's examination iu July.
We uuderstauil she has had previous
experience und belougs to a family
who make teaching a profession,
A suit is in progress this week at
st Nelson aud   Hovelstoke, arrived
on the Lytton this morning,
ttev. Jus. Turner, arrived i.i town
this morning from Nelson, He is ou
his way to Kumloops to atteml a
Methodist diutiict meeting.
Mr. Win. Peiircc, Domiuion superintendent of lu.uls nnd mines, arrived iu town yesterday morning,
ami hus some official buiuess in
hand.
The Daily Free Press from Winnipeg, is c. regular and welcome
visitor lo the Sane tutu of the Staii.
It is a large eight page daily, lilled
with telegraphic reports from all
parts of the world���a news clean-up
every day,
Mr, Chester Gluts, a prominent
attorney from Spokane, and Mrs.
Glass arrived on the Lytton Wednesday, nnd went east 0.1 Thursday
morning to Bund, for a fow dajs
recreation at that famous Canadian
resort.
A union Sunday school picnic
will ho held on Friday noxt on
the east side ol tho Columbia
rivor opposiio tho Hi** Eddy. A
good days outing is expected, and
all arc invited to attend and be
sociable, Fun aud provisions for
evory body.
fnOEST COUGH MEDICINE, if
3:lc nr wnmt tmrrams, !*
. Victoria between the Cray Brothers
Miss Hume has returned from and Johnson vs. Capt. McCallum, aa
SioamouB, where sho spent several j t0 their legal rights iu the Ophir
weeks with friends. She speakB iu 3ed Keck Flume Co,, ou McCullooh
glowing terms of that summer re- (Jreek.   If Capt. McCallum is bub-
; taiued, work will begin on the mine
J. W, Haskins left last Monday to under the supervioiou   of Messes.
do assessment work on his claims in Jowett k Haig.   Mr, Haig and C. B.
the Lardeau.   The Smelter Syndi-  Qume, wont to Victoria on Tuesday,
oate are also sending  in a  party of called as witnesses in the case.
men to work on their claims in tbe m ��� o r> v 1 . 1,1
t ttr(]Da(, ihe C,   P.   T.,   hare   formulated
plans, aad  tenders  are  being re-
The Stab learns tbat a new paper reived for .1 freight shed and ice
called the "Golden Era," has beeu house, to be built at the sUtiou near
started, but as no copy of it has reach, the present passenger depot. Iu-
ed our table, ire have only hearsay crease of business reeiuires this auto guide us in referring lo it. : dition to freight room, and the fro-
A bear entered a Chinama-a's rent qneat need for renewing the ice in
shout two miles up tlie rin>r. oa sleepers, etc, and replenishing it'io
Monday night and carried off fiftv refrigerator oars, make these impounds of beef. I]>re js a ohance provemeats a necessity at this staler some of the local nimrods to dis- tl0D'
Play their bear hunting proclivities.     A company called tlie Northwest
Messrs. Carney & Fletuhcr, r,f Trading Company has been organ-
Calgary; unloaded two cirs of live ized at Calgary, for tbe purpose of
Stook, on Friday which was trans- slar.^litrring and shipping dressed
Jerred to tho steamer Lytton, hound beef an 1 mutton to lhe ooasl ii re
for .Nelson. These gentlemen in- Wgarator oars. The CI'. R. It,
tend opening out a butcher shon in : w''' **''*v'! a" ���"'' no IS" "'*' '' :'"' "'"
that lively town. !! be stopped and  ro-ioed,
Tbe new steamer Columbia built Wiethe meat is in transit,   In tins
at Little Dalles, is expected (.'.'make   ''Vfty' tl10 "Cml pfi0plfi "'" b8 *""""'
I'M  Ant  trip  to  Rovolstoko next,'
Tuesday or   Wednesday.   She   will
be placed on the route from here to,
Little Dalles, running twice a week,
and this I connection H the j ^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^
Lytton, whioh will run as before,! Mr- J ",1" Hamilton, C, P. R
will make four round trips to Little i agent at Revelstoke for the lust six-
Dslles, a steamer service whioh ' teen months, and at a previous time
answers all requirements and is not Ior about a year, has invariably
ejnelled on any western river, given the best of satisfaction   to  all
Mr, A. Fitzpatrlek, B. A. w|10 | who had dealings with him by his
has labored here successfully as icf,m)Ct an'l courteous method of
Presbyterian Missionary for about
three months has heon transferred
to North Bend, His field now extends from Lytton to Boby Greek,
Mr, T, M. Millur, M. A., who has
lwen working the stations wost of,
Revelstoko will now supply f,llfl! liable and .rusted omployocs of the
points both east und wost, with head-' "ompmiy fJM tbo western division and
quarters at Rsvelslokn, Mr, Pitz- deserves the pi-omotiou he will
patriok and Mr, Mlllor return to UountlM' recoivo, Ho will take the
Quoen's University, Kingston about; Otonmer ou Monday for a] trip to
lhe middle of Ootober, ' Robson au 1 Nelson,
NOTICE.
In re Spokane Commission Co,, vs.
E. S. Wilson k Co; By virtue of a
li fa issued out of Supreme Court of
B. C, beiug duted April 15th 1891,
1 having seized the property of said
defendant, consisting of 1 Taylor
safe, 1 pair gold scales, 1 counter
bciiIb, 1 obest of drawers and glass,
2'J pairs blankets and ifl'pairs mens,
hoots for lhe sum of $137,70 and
costs, and all ensts and chargos of
possession, Interpleader, slier-
ill'fees uml poundage, I shall sell
th" Bume by public auction at the
store of R. E Lemon, at Revelstoke
B. C, at 2 p.m. on the 21th day of
August 1891, to make the said sum
of ��137 70 and costs and charges,
unless smdi sum with ail oosts be
sooner paid.
S. REDGRAVE,
Sheriff Kootenay.
Revelstoke, Aug. 13th 1801.
E. Fletcher,
Contractor & Euilder
All kinds of Turned and Scroll work
done neatly and promptly,
and at right prices.
Jobbing work a specialty,
REVELSTOKE
B.C.
KOOTENAV LAKE
SAW MILL
!k
G.O.BUCHANAN PW)P
P. 0. Address, Nelsm, al. C,
Capacity 20,000 feet per day. Planer
shingle machine, etc. All kinds of
lu ruber on hand. During the season
Of 1891 lumber will be delivered at
any of the landings on the lako at
greatly reduced prieos.
with tbeir outs of prime beef, etc,
in much better condition than when
stock is shipped on the hoof, worried
and damaged aa tbey often are hy
the hot and tiresome journey,
transact*''g business,   ft in with re*
g- fore   tbat   wo learn he is
ti.... I . nke a vacation, and that
there is a possibility lie may ha
transferred lo another Hull of duty,
Mr. Ilamill n is one of  tho most re
NOTICE,
Notice ia hereby given that 00
days aft. r date, we intend to apply
Lo the Chief Cortimissloner of Lnnds
I'oricfl for permission to pur-
oh. ���< ��� 160 acres of land, deBorlbod as
(oil ,.'��������� Commencing at n staue near
the north west oorner post of R.
Lowes' preemption Kin- Valley, and
ri inning north 10 cbiiii.s, thenee east
40 ohains, thence south to ohaiuB,
thenoe west 40 ohains to point, of
commencement.
[I, i.H'ALL&Co,
I Revelstoice, July 27th, 1891,
WANTED TO EXCHANGE
a beautiful ploturo without printing
for twontj live itoynl Crown
Snap Wnippers1 A oneoonl postage stamp will carry the wrappers,
Tlm picture will be mailed free.
Boyitl Cl'OWII is the purest and
best soap made, and la tho cheapest
to ttso, Only Itoynl Crowu
VVi-nppers Uxoluuiuoda
Address
THE ROYAL SOAP 00'Y,
Winilpeg, Mau.
IV V
r0SI
O   H   BENSON,
(Late of Nelson.)
Hsb Bet up his tent on Main
Street, opposite the Post Ollice,
whore be will remain for a short
timo taking Views, Photos, Tintypes
and Enlarging Pictures. All work
finished here, and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable, Givo
us.1 call.
NOTIOE.
Sixty days a {tor dale, I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for the purchase
of eighty acres, commencing at a
post on the oiiet side of John Bangs
pre-emption, running 20 chains east,
40 chains soueh, thence 20 chains
west, thence 40 chaiua north to point
uf beginning,
JOHN BANGS,
Rovelstoke, July 20th, 1891.
W. PELLEWJURVliT
Assay  and  Mining-   Oliices,
Golden, It. C.
ASSAY PIUCE LIST.
Silver, Gold or Lead, each... .81.50
Silver,  Gold and   Lead, eouir
Lined '3.00
Silver and Lead  2.50
Silver, Gold and Copper  4.00
Silver ami Gold  2.00
Silver and Copper  3.51)
Silver, Geld, Lead and Copper. 5,50
Copper by Wet and Electroylsis
assay  2.50
Copper iiy Fire Assay 3.00
Other assay prices ou application.
Terms'���Cash with samples. A
discount <>J 10 per cent, wheu two or
more aro sent.
Sales of Ore negotiated.
N. B.���For several years nasayer
io Messrs. Viviau k Sous, Swansea,
Wales.
Agents Wanted.
N O T I C E.
Is hereby given to E. ti. Wilson
and P>. D. Blair, that the assessments now delinquent on their interests in the List Chance mining
claim, McCulloeh Creek, if not paid
in 30 days from date hereof, said
interests will be sold by public auction, at Eevelstoke Court House, to
the bi-jhest bidder, ou the Till) day
of August A. D., 1891. at 2 o'clock
p.m.
By Order
WM. McKENZIE,
Secretary.
Revelstoke, July 13th 1891.
NOTICE.
Notice is horoby given that CO days
after date we the undersigned, intend
applying to tho Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission
to pnrchnBO the following tract of
limel, situated at the west end of
Trout Lake, West Kootenay ilietrict,
beginning at the north east post
planted at the mouth of the Lardeau
lliver, thenoo following the meander���-
ii.gji of the lako 80 chains, to tho
south east ooriier; thenco 80 chains
to the south west corner; thonco 80
chains to the north went corner; thence
80 chuius to point of comiiioncomeut.
y. II. WELLS.
J. ABU.allAMSON.
Revelstoke, June 8,1891.
Ocean Tim? to Europe.
by
Allan       White Star
Dominion      Cunard
Beaver Anchor
and all other lines sailing from Halifax, Portland, Boston, New York
Baltimore are on sale iit
0, P. 1��' stations, at
very low ratos.
(Ask for sailing lists and ratos n
fare.   Great advantages scoured by
taking ocean ticket! from your local
agents.
Great saving effected  by taking
I round trip tickets.
Berths  in  any steamer engagod
j withouteharge,
Prepaid  passage arranged  from
any point In Europe,
Apply tn your nearest agent; or to
J. IIamiltdn, Ilovelstoke, or to
Robkbi Kuan,
lieu. Puss, Agt., Winnipeg.
HULL BROS
IIEVELSTOKE.
B V T C li E K S
A.KU WHOU-HALB   AND I'E'r.UL DKALKIH IS'
IM8EF, WISH,  HJC.
CENTRAL IIOTKL
Curner Frout and HunBon Sts.
AbIUHAMSOX BROS.      -       MSOPUIETOKS.
REVELSTOKE,     R. 0.
First class in every respect; Neares.
hotel to OP It depot and steamboa
landing, botween post ollice and gov,,
buildings. Coach to and from ilepott
anil steamboat, Fire proof Safe for the
aooommodation of its customers.
c. p. & Horn
HEVKLSl'OKc,.
P. M-jCaui'iiv    -    .    .   .
Puo��
First cliws Temperance House.
UOAIIU    AND    LODOINO,   $5,   PRll   TSK1.
"meals, 25c    iii*i)8 25-1.
This hotel ip situated ouaveuiemt to the
station, is comfortably  furnished audi
affords liret class accommodation,.
VICTORIA HOTEL
b'-fltKiTliY t'IRs'l1-SLABS.
REVELSTOKE      ���      -     >,*���;
W. Cowan, Prop,
Roams well attended-, tables nne*
celled. Wines and lityioi** guarui
teed of a hieli quality. |i'n-�� t
sample ruiMll. Telephone eouiinuni--
cation with (/'. P. II. depot. Fir*',
proof vault, lor tho convenience
guests.   Bubs meets all trains.
niANSt'-sn- BATB9
IH ?EK IU a
���THK ���
COLUMBIA  HOUSK,
REVELSTOKE. B.C.'
["'The largest and taost oeatral Hot*! i
the city ; good accommodation ;, overy -
thing uow ; table well supplied ; bar anil
billimd room attnohed; lire proof safe.,
BROWU k ClAKK,
Proprietors,
FUEG.,1U)S' AT ALL   TRAINS
Stockholm House
JOHN STONE, Pkop.
The dining room is furnished   with  the
best tbe market affords,
The bar is supplied with a choice stock
of wines,liquors nnd oignrs,
G&K.S,N.Co
Str, Lytton
Will leave REVELSTOKE every
MONDAY and THURSDAY a*
4 a.m., forKOBSON and LITTLE
DALLES. Connecting at ROBSON with lhe Columbia and
Kootenay Rail way and at LITTLE
DAl.LKS with iho Spokane Falls
it Northern Hallway,
Returning will leave LITTLE
DflLLES overy I'UESDAY nnd
FRIDAY al 9 a. in.
F, G. CHRISTIE,
AgtynL

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