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VOL- III-
REVELSTOKE, B.C.. BE   '     tfBKE .5, 185
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aJW THOMPSON
REVELSTOKE, 11, C.
CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY
PUBLIC,   LOTS IX REVELSTOKE noiTOHT AND
SOLD,
Roots and Debts Collcotcd.
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REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.
Alia..tie Express, arrives 10.10daily,
I'.ieiiie        " "     10 52   " '
l'nsscngorn arriving Sundays and
Wednesdays will connect will, sleain
ers for Roboon, Nelson, nud points
.in Southern Kootonay.
Cheapest, most reliable and safo
route to Montreal, Toronto, St. Paul,
Cbiongo, New fork and Boston,
Rates $5 to $10 lower than nny other
other route,
Passengers leaving Revolotoko on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
will ccnuoot with the magnificent 0.
P. II, Steamers at Port \\ iili.im, during navigation,
Specially fitted Colonist ��� Cars, in
charge of o Porter, for the acoomnio:
.latum of Passengers holding second
class tickets. Passengers booked to
and from nil Europeau poiuts at
Xiowest Rates.
Low Freight Rates, Quick despatch, Merohauts will save monoy
by haviug their freight routed ���
the 0. P. It,
Full aud reliablo information given
by iipplving lo
D. E. B-RO'fl y,
Asst. Geu'l Freight Ag't, Yncouvi r,
or to .1. HAMILTON,
Ag'tC, P, ii. Depot, ReveUoke.
CARPENTER
ti M O P,
The subscriber would intimate
to tho public generally that ho is
preparod to supply Windows, Doors,
Glass, ond nil Building Material,
'Picture Framing, ko,
UNDERTAKING
skote, Shrouds, etc,
R, UOWSOX-
WANTED TO  EXCHANGE
n beautiful picture without printing
for tweul*. -live Royal Crown
Soiiji Wrappers, A onecent postage stump will carry the wrap] rs.
The picture will be mailed free.
Royal (Iron n is the pun sl aud
best soap min le, and ie the chcapesl
to use. Only Itoynl Crown
Wrappers Exchanged.
Ad drees
' THE ROYAL SOAP CO V.
Winuip i   Man.
KOOTENAY LAKE
SAW MIL
G, 6. BUCHANAN PROP,
P. O. Address, Nelson, I!. 0,
Capacity 20,000 feet per day. Pinner
shingle maeliiuo, etc, All kinds of
lumbor on hand. Quring Un seasi a
of 18111 lumber will be delivered at
any of tbelaudings uu the lake at
greatly reduced prices,
,.���, ��� ������������������  ���
NOTICE.
Coffins, Caskets, Shrouds, &o��� carried iu Stock.
Notieo  is  hereby  given that  GO
.lays after date, wo inb ad to'
to the Chief Commissi! u i -
mnl  Works for permisi ion  I
Chase 160 ncres of land, di
follows: I'o.iiiin���in-ill': ;'
the north wesl t pi     of  :
Lowe:;' pre emplion, Fin '
rnnniug north in clu hm,
III chuius, tin ���";n   I
[hence wesl   K) clu in   lo pn
.'iiiuiiiilii-einilil.
R.S. IIAI.I.a i".
RovoIbIoko, July 117th. IBHl f .   ,
��(]? &ootett<jtj Star
four page twenty column news,
paper, is issued Irom the oflico of
publication, Revelstoke, 11 0.
Subscription price $2 per year.
Rates of advertising given on
application.
h. McCUT011 EON,
Publisher and Proprietor
To-day Professor Davison gave nn
exhibition on the' "high win-',
which waa stretched across main
street from" the' rjij-I of the Star's
new office '.b jjii'me k Co's store.
The professor understands his husi-
RE H. CHAPMAN.
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BE $0LD BY THVPFil?,
IOUSF, ami   LOT, being
Lot Vi, Block   18, George Street,
,   ... Revelstoko.    A comer lot, 50 feet,
nesn and did some very olever feats ; nnd eight-roomed house, two storeys,
on   the rope, standing on his head  nearly new, auel well built.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 181)1.
LOCAL NEWS NUGGETS
Picked Up in Hn- Town ami
Distriot,
H. Herbert has arrived in town
from Nelson.
J. Fred Hume, merchant of Revel-
stolic, hus gone down the river to
look alter his branch buoiucss at
Nelson,
J. C. Stein's saw and shingle mills
are just now running to their fullest
extent, in order to catch up with thu
'demand from Manitoba aud the
'North West.
Sheriff Roilgruve has beeu in town
two or three da* s this week on business, Another resident of Don.ild,
Mr. A. G. M. Spiagge, has also had
business in town.
Mr, J. Savage, merchant tailor of
Kamloops, visited Revelstoko this
week, with a choice selection of
samples, aud he is well satisfied with
lhe success of his trip.        lr
Services will be oondnoted in the
Methodist Church to-morrow, by
Mr. J. M Millar, M.A. In th.
evening Mr, Millar preaches a
special sermon to young men. All
are cordially invited.
The ore ut present being taken out
of the Monarch mine at Field is
much less refractory thau the samples from the1 mire recently put
through the It .velstoke smelter. Let
us hope the next consignment will
be O.K.
C. B. Hume, who bus boen attending I'ourt iu Victoria as a wituess in
the ease of Grey k others vs. Me-
Callum, t'ook'an interesting trip via
Spokane, which ' he enjoyed im
mensoly. Mr. ll'iuio arrived back
here on Tuesday.
Jae. E. Steen, editor of tho Commercial, Winnipeg, paid ns a visit
this week, ou bis way homo from
the coast, where he has boeu dropping iu ou short visits to the bojh
Who run the " news mills " delighting them wi'h remiuisc3t|0e6
of thirty years ago.
The monthly open meeting of the
Revelstoke I. 0. G. T. on Tuesda*
night inoluded au entertainment by
the members, consisting of some
capital solos, duets aud part songs,
wbieh were interspersed with
Speeches advocating the principles
of the Order.
A select audience amended at the
Schoolroom, Revelstoke, list uiijh;,
the causo of attracted beiea; Pan's
Scotch Entertainment. At the close
it was pronounced to be very good ;
indeed, superior to tlie generality of
publio entertainments aud amusements which have hitherto visited
Revelstoke.
lave Ferguson and Walter Evans,
two of lievelstoke's ambitions hill-
clinibt-rs, started out on Baturdaj
morning at 8 o'olock with the tirm
intention of asoending to the top of
Mount Begbie, The weather has
been grand all the week for such an
enterprise, a'el our townspeople
ham boon ou the q ii vivo to catch a
glimpse of the siguul our adventurers will (or ought to) hoist w^.en
they " get there "
Thero was a decided, v pleasant
"hop" held ut the (.'"luinbia House
on Tuesday night, the big dining-
room being chaired for the oooasion,
The attendance, without being a
crash, mis just enough to bo comfortable, ami dancing was kept up
until the " wou sniii' hours;" indeed, tbe hands ol the clock pointed
to I) a. m, when the company separated. Eight hulios graced the scone,
bj their presence, and of course
rendered tbo occasion quite a unu-
cens. The mnsio was furnished by
Mr. Viotor on the violin, accompanied on the organ by Mr. Brown.
proprietor of the L'uliin.hhillonsu.   ���
and flitting ou a chair being among
lilt-least, Rut thu trump card iu Ihe
professor's hand is un.loubtly Ihe
very good-looking young la ly whose
fascinations are bound to draw the
dimes from even unwilling pocket".
Thero is every prospect of Revelstoke becoming tho cuiitre of a big
lumbering huaiuess, and if the prices
go up, as no doubt they will, as a
result of the recent meeting of the
most extensive dealers uml Innibur-
uieii iu the north-west reported elsewhere in our columns (at whi h
ujeeting it was decided to raise the
price of lumber one dollar por
tlinu��aud), thero aro good grouuds
for hoping bouio substantial benelll
then 1'iviii will strike this camp and
create a big boom up uud down the
river.
There is a rumour in the air t'jit
the big deal iu the Jumbo miue"iat
Illecillewaet which we reported last
week bus not yet beeu completed.
We hope uud trust that this is ouly a
rumour, Notwithstauiling rumours,
adverse or otherwise; tho outlook iu
thu Illecillewaet district is quite
rosy. All the claims are looking
well, the Lanark especially, the ore
hody beiug over GO feet iu extent
uud no walls visibK Rumour ha.-.
it that the Sau Juan claim hus
changed hands to the tunc ol'
840,000.
Tencjers will be/efhened on Scjien.-
ber'Slst at 11 a.'m',' '
Highest or any tender uot necessarily accepted.
Tenders to bo sput to, and nny
further piirticnlars will bo given by
W, A. JOWETT,
Assignee, Rovelstoke,
NOTICE
Is hereby givou that I intend lo
apply to the Houoiuble Gim'tnis-
Biouer of Lands - aud WorKs, for
permission to purchase 320 seres
j more or less I of land on the west
side of tbe Upper Columbia Luko,
East Kootenay District, IJ. C.
Commencing at a post marked
"D. tl. Ivor's N. E. corner," on the
west shore of said hike, and opposite
Ihe 27 mile post em tlie Government
road from Windermere; theiico west
forty chuius; thenee south eighty
chains; thence east forty chains,
moro or less, to the said west shoro of
liute, aud thence northerly, aloug
snid west shore, to place of beginning.   '���   - ���
D. R. KER,
July 27th, 1891. ';  ''���
Meteorological Itcuort.
Following are tbe readings of tbe
theruioinett) ai Griffin Lake Station
ior the week ending August 20th,
1801 :-
Monday, Aug. 21th, max, 85 mip. 80 J ^f   ��� �� a.]^^" ^
west shore, southerly, to place of beginning.
JOHN NICHOLLES.
July 27th, 1891.
NOTICE
Is hereby given that I intend to
apply to the Honorable Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission io purohase 320 acres [moro
or less] ot land ou tho west side of
the Upper Columbia Lake, East
Kooteuuy Distriot, B. C. '
Conimencing at a post marked
'���Johu Nicholles' S. E. Corner," on
the west shore of said-lake and opposite the" 27 mile post on the Government road from Wiudermero, thenee
west forty chains; thenee uorth
eighty chains: theuce east forty
cliaiaj,   morii or'less, to said west
1'ueselay, s"
2alh, uius SO, min.
Vi
Wed.
iijln, mux 85, mm.
Ho
Ihur6,lay "
2i'lh, max. 06, mm.
uti
Friday,     "
2bth, max 89, mm.
55
Saturday   !'
H9th,uiax. 90, miu.
05
L. 11. Lanolf.v
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders wanted forCoctrao te
tinee out from 'dOO to {SOU tons of ortj
ore pu;- moutu for the (ilen Iron
.Mining (Jo., from their mine near
IyiiiiiIou'.b, 1). I.'., aud load same over
company's tram ou cure ou (J. P. ii.
triicK, to coiuuieuoe from  lst  Sept.
NOTICE
. ��� j
Is herebv given that I intend to
apply to fhe BSUortfbleCdtnmissiouer
of Lunels' in,-* ��� Works for 'permission
to pin-shuae 1C0 acres of laud on
Pindlay Crook, East Koolenay District, li.C.
Commencing at a post marked
"Joseph Hunter, N.W. ('orner Post,"
ou the north side of Fiudluy Creeg
next.    Inoreased quantity in a short j about ten chains from tbe same, auel
time.   Apply at ouce to
PEED. J. FULTON,
Manager Glen  iron Mining Company, Limited.
Kamloops, Aug 18th, 1891,
on the western slope of Thunder Hill
llidge, thenoe south' forty clinics;
thence ea-M' forty C-fyiin'si tliei'ir-d
north forty:chnius; and1 ilieiice'ivutit
forty chains to place of beginning.
JOSEPH HUNTER.
July 26th, 1891.
>'0 I ICE,
Notice  is  hereby   given that 00
days nf''-' date, we intend to apply
���i the Chii. Con ...-. ..n-i of Lands
and  W orks * n  permission to pur-
chi se 160 aor. - oi land, described as
i       ��� ncing at ��������� stake near
the north wesl    .onier p. st of R.
,,. =������-' pre-emption. Fire v-illcy. and
.:.-.. i'' orth 10 cl ains, thi nci easi
i      ..';;��� nee -��� tth  10 chains,
thence west  40 chains to point of
lenoemi ut
\:.y HALL A Co.
RevelstoKB, Iu ���  27   . K,l
Newspaper  Kegul'itlons.
.. Any person who takes a paper
regularly from the Post Office,
whether be has subscribed or not, is
responsible for the pSJI I   ���
- if a person orders hia paper
ii oontioned be must pay all arrests'
or the pnhlis.-hrs may continue to
send it until payment i m ele, and!
then colleot tho whole amount
whether the pi pe i > taken from the
iffloe or not.
3. In suits for inbucriptioua, tbe
suit may bo instituted where the
paper is published,
4. The oonrt-a have decided that
refusing to take a newspaper or
periodical J (roni the Post Ollice,   or
removing arid le ving them unoalled
or, while unpaid (or, pima facie
evidonoe of Intentional fraud,
-1.
NOTICE
Is hereby given, tlmt sixty days
after date we, '.he- undersigned, iu-
tend to apply' to 'the' liquorable
Commissioner of Lnnds nud Works
for permission to purchase the following described lands situated at
the east end of North Arm of Upper
Arrow 'Lake, West Kootenay Dis-
triot : Beginning at the South-east
Post marked J. M . K. and 'A: M 1-':
planted at the mouth of Fish lliver;
thence following the meandering of
the river north 80 ohains; thenco
west 40 chains; theuce south 80
chums; thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or less.   ���
J. M. KELL'IE.
ALEXANDER MdtAE.
Iievelstoke, Aug. 29th, 1891.'
NOTICE
[��� hereby given that sixty day.
after date I Intend to apply to th-v
llniiiiriib!'- Coma Issioner of Lands
ne i Works for permission to purohase the following ileiicrihe.il lauds
situated nt the east end of North
Ann of Upper Arrow Lake, West
Kooienny llist.net : Beginning at tho
South west Post marked J). A, I..
plai ted at the mouth of tho Fish
111,-ei , thenoe f ih wing tho mean-
deringa of llm river north Hi) chain ;
thence east 40 ohains; thence sdiltli
30 ohains; thenoe west 40 chains to
point, of ootTimoncoment, containing
820 acres more or less.
('. A   LAMEY,
Illecillewaet, B.C., /-.tie;. 81st, 1891
THE BEST C0UQH MEDICINE,
iy   BOM B7 PBUOOIOTO ��v|��7WMI, Vn
James McDonald h Co,
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FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ORGANS.
Carry largo lines of plain, medium, a'n 1 high-grade furniture.   Parlor aud
Bed-room sots ranging in prico from f8.50 to S50 ).    Hotels fur-
: uished ll'hdugliout. Qiljce mil bar-room onturs.   Spring
' inattresses made to order, aud woven wire, hair
: "'and wool mattresses in stock.     J\J.,.il
"'"'   orchirs froni Kootenay Lake
���'points will receive early
���   uud/ prompt  at-
'''':'  teutiuii.
MAIN STREET, IIEVELSTOKE
jaK-.ayjp-t7in;iiiwiiii����iiimia�� i ..m. ������
15.C.
The Revelstoke Tin Shop.
WM. KIRKUP & CO,
DEALSRS IN STORES AND TINWARE
Iranito  ware,  and    Lamp  Goods.       Tin,   Copper and'Sheet Iron
'   ���     ' * i
Ware made to order.    Fict class -york guaranteed.     Orders promptly
attended to.
-THE
Jeweler
All orders'by mail oi
express .promtl)
attended
to.
HEP4IBHi(J
A
SPECIALTY.
Ail liesciiption^o
gold und silver,
OURNE
(Close to U. P. R. Depot J
Revelstoke
S? 0
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Importers of tho Choicest Grocories and Provisions.
We. carry a select and complete stock of gout's fi'/nisbings, ladios' toiht.
and tibildreu's bcols, ub.ocs and bojo; sttttiuiu;.'y,"pe,ie'ni ii-cii.cii.es, etc.,-'
requisites uml realy-'inailc clotniug.   A   largo  htBufuneut ul pipos,
looucco, oij;areltci(, imported and domestic'flj-fal'S)" limits, <-auely,elc.
Stove pipes, tinware, orockery, rough and dressed lumber, and other jjooHb
Ipe numerous io mention, at moderate prices;    ���' "'
A BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH STORE.
Telephone communication.
J, Fred. Hume & Co,,
Kevelstoke and Nelson,  R. C.
MERCHANTS.
-DEALERS  IN-
Dry Goods,   Provisions  and HarJw.ir
3t,
MINERS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
Tho Publio will Und it to their udvautage to call and
Inspect  Goods and Compare   Prices.
Any orders  placed with   Mr. CiiARhES Lindmark  will have our
Ofirolul attention   and   prompt delivery to any pari ol Revelstoke.
PBIOES GUARANTEED TO BE A3 LOW AS ANY OTHER HQUSE, '   "
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THE KOOTENAY STAR.
REVELSTOKE, SEPT. 5. 1801.
Grooly
Crook  Shingle Mill
Company,
f l''ROU OUIt OWN CoIUtESI'ONUENTJ
This is a new and, tn all intents
and purposes, a Revelstoke euter-
prise; nt least, Revelstoko will to a
great extent participate iu the buc
cess of the company, as being the
nearest and most oonveuieni postal
aud railway ceutro ; and consequent
ly the money spent by the employees will tiiul its way into the till
of Revelstoke merchants. A short
description of the mills will, ut.
eii'uht, be interesting to our reailern,
especially our advertisers, who will
desire tn briug the attractions of
their different wares under the notice
of the workmen at the mills, so that
when they visit towu tiiey will know
just where to drop iu und get the
'" very ideuticid" thing they waut.
Our representative was highly
pleased with his visit, and was very
courteously shown everything worth
seeing by the manager. The mill i ���
run by watur-txnver, steam beiug
'used ouly for beating the drying-
houses. The shingle bolts are
teamed from the bush, unbailed
into tho mill-pond aud floated dowu
the flume to mi opening in the upper
store; of the mill, where the cct-
off table is situated. Here tho logs
are drawn up ou the tablo with u
luinimum of labour, cut into blocks
16 mohesdung and passed un to the
sawyer, who places them iu thu
"Boss" shiogle machine, whore
they are sliced iuto tne requisite
thickness, Ouo more operation is
li quired���jointing and trimming the
edges���and this is performed on a
large table about fix feet below the
Saw, on to which the ehiugles ure
wopped with marvellous rapidity,
At the edge of the table two jointers
quickly do their bIiui-o of the business, und the shingles, properly
i.ressed and ht fur Use, are made up
into compact bundles, and, after
being thoroughly dried, are packed
iu boxes ready for shipment e-ust or
west, wherever shingles are in demand.
 ���������-	
ABOUND NELSON.
From the Miner:���
The working force at the .Silver
King is between 'id ami 2.1 men.
This week A. McClcary cold
his ranch on the Columbia river,
opposite Sroat, to E, Mahon ol
Vancouver, the purchase price be.
ing iu tbe neighborhood of 88000.
Il comprises 320 acres. The late
owner has gone oast,
The foundation is laid for J,
Fred Hume k Co's new store on
Vernon street. The building adjoins tho linn's present quarters
and will bo 21 by 60 feet and two
stories high.
Advices Irom Trail Creek are
thai litlle actual development
work is being doao. Four men
aro at work for (he Lo Roi Company���the only nun drawing
wages in tho camp.
A brown bear was killed on
Friday night within two blocks
tho water from tbe springs to the
hotel, Tho w.U-r is said lo be
beneficial to those Buficring from
rheumatism and kindred com.
plaints.
Four | inspectors have made a
tincl on Salmon River, about 2u
iiiile-s south-east of Toad Mnuu
lain. 'I hey have brought
samples to Nelson, which have
been assayed by Mr. J:!:.in, with
tho following rosUils:���One jicld-
ed $286 in silver, id iu gold, and
20 per cent it. lead ; another,
8198 iu silver and ill per cent
lead ; .md another, 8:1 in silver
and 812 in gold lo the ton. They
claim ihe ledge is in place aud of
good widlh. They ivtu.-ned lo
the ground on Monday,
sas-sse-
NOTICE.
The K islo Creek .'xciti'.u".)t continues, although a nnuioer of the
boys are rei.iruitig. George Keefer
ami M. C. MiuiHghuu returned to
Nelson the latter end of tho week
anil reported makiug 6 locations.
They 6ay the uiiuorul belt extends
for several miles, aud that a number
of loi aliens have beeu uncle at the
bend of the Hlocan, whi -h is some
15 miles weal of the Kootenay lake.
.The mountains are reported high
with grass-covered slopes ou one
oide and precipitous broken ridges
on the other. There is still a greut
depth of suow iu places,
Bn.lu.ace.lii Killed.
It is reported in Now York from
Santiago thai lialmueeJa, ex dictator
of Chili, has been killed ia tbe
mountains while trying to effect his
escape. Acconliug to the report
Bitlmaceda left Santiago on Saturduj
uight before the rioting commenced.
He took his family with him, and
carried tt great deal of pergonal
proporty, iucludiug a considerable
suiu of money and valuable jewels.
\Yheu he reached a point a tew
miles outi-iile of the city, he and his
iiui.it v uhuuuoued the carriage in
which they hail been travelling, and
took a speii.il train, which wus in
waiting to convey them to Los
Andes, 32 miles northwest of
Santiago. Her.' Balniaoeda left bis
family, and wiih a companion
started on Monday night to u.uke his
way across the moillituiuB, his ultimate purpose being to reach lineuos
Ayres,    Tne weather  was bitterly
- j i
cold aud tho snow on the grutiud
made travelling very difficult.
Buimneedii i-olu a mule, which is the
ouly auiuiu! that is pt any u-e in the
mountain pusseB through which he
wus making Ins wav. Ou Tuesday
morning the muleteers begun to
grnmbie, und wanted to turn back,
us the weather was becoming too
severe and the snow so deep that
they feared tbat they would lose
their lives, Balmaceda, kuowing
that almost certain death awaited
him if he returned, refused to turn
hack, and iu u fit of passion struck
ut oue of tjaa muleteers, who retaliated'by drawing a -lintel aud shooting the ex-president dead. His companions then killed Bulmaceda's
companion, and after rifliug their
pocket.;, made'thar escape, Their
bodies, according to the report sent
here, were found by a party of mountaineers and returned to Lob Andes.
No further particulars could be obtained. The news created great interest in New York, but no one
neeiueJ surprised'. us it was generally believed  that the   ex-dictator
jgjixty v-iys after date, I intend to
apply to tlm Ohief Commissioner of
Lands aud Works for the purohase
of eighty apres, com.. ,e. icing at' a
post on tho'egst side of John llmgs
pre-emption, running 20 outline east,
���HI ohains firm.h. thenee 21)''chains
west, it'.e.'.'.'o 40 chains uortai to point
of beginning.
JOHN BANGS.
Revelstoke, July 29th, 1891,
\Y. PKLLKW IIAKVKV
Assay  and   Mining   Oflices,
Golden, 11. ('.
ASSAY  I'UICK I.I.ST.
Silver, Gold or Lead, each... .81 50
Silver,  Child   ami   Lead combined   3.1)0
Silver ami Lead  2,00
Silver, Golil auil Copper 4.00
Sliver aim .(.lohl  2.el0
Silver and Oopoer  ii.uO
Silver, Gold, Lead uno Cooper. o.iJO
Copper by Wet uml Llectroylsis
assay  2.50
Cnpnor by Fire Assay  3.00
Other assay* prices on application.'
Terms���Cash with samples. A
discount of ltl per cent, when two or
more ares/j*t,
Sides of Ore uegoliutod.
IJ. B,���For several years assayer
jo Messrs. Vivian & Sons, Swansea, I
Wales.
Ageuts Wanted.
���fssm
Gilker & Wells.
���DHAlEttS  IN-
DRY (JOODS,   ML'N'fc.  I'TiRNISJlLNCil,
FANCY ATOfll.tiT GOODS,   I'ATIi.NT MEDICINES,
FRUITS,TOBACCO, CI lAflfl,
STATIONERY    KI'C,   El'C,   KTC.
POUT QFFKJH STQIiK   AT   NBiAOl-f.
w.
A. JOWETT.
Notary Public.
T. I.. HA 10,
biuUry PuUio
Ocean Time t9 Europe
*}Y
Allan White Star
Dominion Cun-ird
Beaver Anchor
anil all other lines snilinpr from Hali-
fax,Portland, Boston, New York
Baltimore  are  on  salo  ut
0. P.  R.  atalious, at
very low rates.
Ask for sailing lists and rates o
fare.   Great advantages secured by
taking oceun tickets from your local
agents,
"Great saving; effected  by taking
round trip tiek"ts.
Berths iu auy steamer engaged
with.iutehai'ge,
Pi-upiii I   passage  arranged  from
any point in Europe.
Apply to your nearest ageut; to J.
Hamilton, Revelstoke; nr to
Iioum.! Kekk,
Gen. Pii-M. Act.. Winnim-ft,
JOWETT & HAIG
Milling:, Timber and  Real   fMaie Brokers nud General
Coiiiniisiio.i  Agent,.
Coiiveynnccs, Agreements, Billa of Sale. Mining ll.
Rents aud Accounts Collected
_  kinds, etc, drawn up
Mining ('liti.ns Bought and Solo ; ABsejS
ment work on Mining Claims Attended to ; Patents Applied for, Eto,, Etc.,'
U3f�� FI11K,   LITE AND A.'CIIil'NT INSITOAKCK AOKNTS.
Lots on Townsito of Revelstoke for Salo and Wanted. Agents for Mining
Machinery, Etc
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
REVELSTQK.1
Mkirl, Lodge. No 12
of the   new   l'hair   Hotel,    It I would either be killed or perish with
measured   7 foct  and   weighed   the cold before he reached a place of
over 350 pounds, Two were killed at Rulfour during the week,
and quite a number seen in vur-.
ious portions of Iho district, no
less than (our being met at one
place ou the trail betwoon the
Skyline mine and Aiuswotth.
The hot springs ou Upper
Arrow lako aro to bo improved,
bo lhat liny can be visited with
comfort by tourists. Robert
Sanderson, who owns the land
on which they   aro   located, bus
safety if he tried to make his escape
by crossing the Ande-..
Church of England services
will le hold in llovelsioke by the
l!ev ,!,('. 0. Kemm every louril.
Sunday iu each month.
CAliPENTEU
SHOP.
The subscriber   would   intimate
J to the public generally that ho is
etltored into tin agreement with | prepared to supply Window, Dap-'n,
Material,
Hugh Madden of Nci.son, by
which tho latter obtains a o-
j oars' lease of -tTnund on which
to Ol'i ct a lintel, the blllnlli.g li.'hc
pumpiotod by Juno let, 1892,
\\r. Sandorson will erect bath
Iioiincs and jail pipes  to convey
Slass, and  all Building
Picture Framing, Ac,
UNDERTAKING
l offlna, Caskets, Shroudsj Ac, car-
rii-ilin Stook,
11. nowsoN,
i-sisii.
10OF Donald B C
Regular Meeting Thursday A each
Week at 8 p. ni.'  All visitiug brothers are cordially iuvited.
J. McLeoi),     J. H. Matiieson*,
n. a. li. ti.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN,
Do.N'ALD, B. C.
GOLD RANGE LOfiQE, No. 341.
.Meets 1st 2 Wednesdays, and 3rd and
Itli Sundays, iu Firemen's Hall,
Muster,   Arthur Randall.
Secretary,   Joseph Callin.
C illeotor,   Geo IJ Govett, Box 49
Receiver,   James  Falconer, Gun
moro, N, W. T.
Magazine Agent    H J McSorloy
Boot god Shoe Shop,
El). P1CARI), Proprietor.
Boots and Shoes of all kinds made to order of the best stock on short
notice. REPAIRING of Shoes a Specialty. Harness aud other Leather
worj> also repaired.   PRICES RIGHT,
Evans Pros,'Hanos"
^UWr   FINISH,    FINEST   TONED,    EASY    TOUCH.
IIUII PttaU*!) OA baa-Had-. UI.
RAILROAD TRAINMEN-
Donald, B. C.
GLACIER LODGE No, 51,
Meet01st, ? Sundays, aud last 2 Wed-
laeseliiy3'e!i.!ii mouth.
Master,   J', 8. Babbitt.
Sec'.y,   W. F. Ogilvie.
Fiiio'r,   Aligns McLean.
Journal Ag't. E. A. Chesley, Kam-
loopB, B, C.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE
a beautiful picture without printing
for twenty-flve Royal Crown
Soap Wrappers. A one cont postage stamp will carry tbo wrappers.
The picture' will be mailed' 'free.
Itoynl Crown is the purest and
best soii]i made, and is tbe cheapest
to uso. Only Itoynl C'-own
AY" nippers Exchanged.
Address
THE ROYAL SOAP COT.
Wiiinip     Man.
KOOTENAY LAKE
SAW MILL
G. O. ByCHANAN PROP.
P. O, Address, Nelson, B. O,
Capacity 20,000 foot por day, Planer
Bhingle uiachiue, etc. All kinds of
lumber on hand, During the season
of 1891 lumber will be. delivered'at
any ol the laiuliti'-B uu thu laku at
gre-'lly reei'iood oricos,   ' ''
TUB   UNEQUALLED
DOHERTY ORGAN.
If you think of buying au Organ or  Piano, send for Cataloguo and
Price Lists.
REVELSTOKE
jas Mcdonald & Co.,
AGENTS.
Ea-C
THE  KOOTENAY  yBX.)
Smelting and Trading
SYNDICATE, limited,
Are  Prepared to  Sample   and   Pi-rcl'suie   \A\   K'iids of
GOLD, SILVEU & LEAD OKES
Prices, and njl information furnished on qpplioation.
J, CAMPBELL,
Manager.
The Kootenay Star,
Devoted to the BUSINESS,   LUMBERING,   and AGRI-]
CULTUKA.L, and especially to the
Mining Interests of the
Kootenay District.
TOP ���'������-Nmr'0I'T AL'.Ri'XDSPROMPLY ATTRVDFID,
V \J ' ) lu, und executed in lhe best style.   Commercial Work r.
spooialty, 'in,  iv " ' I I..VI 1   S I ,\li.
REVELSTOKE, SEPT, D. 1S91,
liVM    UCCOI'llS,
I ho Rmprrs*) ol Japan arrived
:i1  ^ nni vcr on Saturday from
i'okftlinnia-n distance of  I,-'":;
GENERAL MOWS.
'-"'be Old, old Story.
Caught ii Tiirtar.
The journey over i ho Cnnndinn
Pacific is in nol lii.e I wil h nov.
('ly nl'lei' il Ins hi i'ii ri pculeil
lil'lei'ii or I uriii v times, ntnl yel
when you considei' the new pen.
jilo a il the shifting ii cieii ..Is
peculiar tn each trip, ii is alwin i,
new, On board our ii'.iin, wus
un almonod.eyod Oriumul who
uppearod lo belong lo tho t'liincse
diplomatic corps, lie. iviiro ti
Imig, l.i'.icuded . Id.g Id gown,
with etiibii/nli il purple in ci'i.ki.'l
cut plain uml lied  together  w iill
' silk coi'ii iii il unique buttons, Ho
voro bin huir plain and braided
down the back, mnl bin silk hno>H
v. ilh cork Miles looked like u plug
bul in a gale "I wind.
Everybody of courso eyed him
with curiosity, and Bighud io
have Hotne fun wiih him, Oue
old lady, with red.lUli whiskers
under her jaw, sidled up at Inst
nnd began lo ladle out to hi in a
jot of choice pi eon English thai
intraolod the attention of ovury-
Iinly iu the car and broke up
tvvo well established games o1
I'huci'c. Alter opening up with
uirlish enruestness, and shouting
nt the Celestial so that it rallied
tho ventilators over her head,
:-lic began lo eiilui\.'e up.in the
'beauties ol ll.o Rocky Mountain
con nli'y:
"Chinamnh John, y n sal.ee
heap high inoiinlaius. All Hutiie
Bunker Hi I. tloap snow, holly
Oold, July  all   samoo J .uu it-y,
'.Melicail liluli 110 iii.ee.    Too Oiildi
Make 'cm chilnlnin all sainuu.
J-'lecze nose oil. No good, Vou
babec mo, chin chiu ?"
Everybody wailed with a good
deal of anxiety to sec bow the
Chinaman would take il. Hi
didn't move a mii-i-V ol his face
till she got through, and she
scorned to Uo in doubt whether
idle bad mude herself clear. She
ran her tonguo out tu i or three
tnps and began lo nioisteu he
lips, so ns in bu ready L��� be.in
again mnl go over the same i rail,
I ut the .in ml er nf i he Chinc-jc
Embassy motioned to her tu desist.
"Yes," snid be, "I    i   I
you,   1   think,   as   w, ii   as un}
maniac thai 1   over  .   I i
I hope you will have  a   i ���,. n
trip lo the asylum, and that ihey
will be moro  paiiei
than 1 am.   I am
with lunatics, an 1 I am  pi i
lose my temper a
111' the train ir jam
the wo
into th   .
remains,   I
about   your   i .,cr e:
plain how   ,.
1 do not I
and it oul} ���
nie."
Then he took a - ... I a
fan, and weni into li.
room.    I'lie i
ii i ment, then th   i
wi re   resumed
will h n   win ,k       opened
her Valisi
bottle thai
enrdi il in it,
even loi
few !��� crncL ui  burnt
.- . , i ,- . 1 i ; ,
Good Oi,n Syi.ney.-
Rniith wus utice ii
new flu teta   n   i    ���: .   , i   ,
licautilul  girl   n bo   ������ us   ul     he
I'Uity .
". b, Mr, Smith, ll.is'pei
m Vi i' e-iiii.' to pel b    ion!
'��� I'cTinii   ine, tin id   he,
gently takiiu her I I un I walk
Ins I"'..aril   ihe ]    ��� '   ' lo bi'in
i.ci'locli n to im
h'ivc rol-ial ie (Uhcrmon roDort
seeing n serpent oil the ttiohi-.
In..'to nhoro in New Hi'i.nswick.
It wis two hundred feel long
..ml iibout ns Illicit   us   i.   in.Lie
body, huil   n
Slilipi
lieu.I
(lliii.iiii.'rs from All over ,.,<���
A\ Ide World.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i Tl'e Tnrotito Mail is to he sued
mill"-���in iho very la.t time of far libel hy Messrs, Murray and
10 days, l.-j iiuurs nnd 10 minutes Cleveland, tho oonlru,otoru t'or tho
tbo ipiioiiest p'lusa.-e ui. i-ecoul,   Toronto har.lior improvements.
���'<"' avl.f.igo speed bein,, 10 Eli 'iVemor has pouscnto.l ... rowii ���A'tlli eves on lop Hko u Iroaf I
mileB'and her highest.Iiy's ntn double with IJiiJ, i, ho o*f To, resembled ,, H.-iikr, mid some
���-08 lures, I'Ims h t'on-iilei'iibly ! onto iigaii.at ll;,,,,;,,, ami or,,,,. I times niisetl i s lie,,,! s-.-e l,.,i on
below tbo record ..'I some of thu i nor in Massuohut.ettB next inunth | "f the ivnler. and   its   body wu
Atliiilio groihounds, win some I    A   ���,,,������,,   ,,.,��� ,  , ,,.
a  retired   l'.ngl sh o!hcor  in
nines loot un 50U miico in tlm 24   n   i ,
1 ."*'���">! Pans iinnouiices  ihal he has.,
 teli'-jeani   from   H1,iin���ce.l;i,  the
Wilhin'an hnnr ul'ier her mi,. I !ll,,l',lt,'d lv'Mil|-'"L "' (-iuiil, any-
HULL.iniOS
I
REVELSTOKE.
n v r c ii e h s
AKUWlldUJSAI.il   AM) a "I'tlt. IIE.YliKRI   IM
BKRP,    OliK,   I'.l'i'.
bonis.
val ii special train loll Vancou'-ur
wiih iho English mail-, wiih the
cciicel-itiiin ot catching llio ... il
��teain"i'   ol   the   Cuiiurd    line
leavin_- New \nik Oil Weilnes-
diiyg for I ivuip-iol A deep .toll
from Witinipog slates that a
spocial train narfi iug the mails
ul the Btonmor Empress of Japan
bad passed through there, cover-
in;'the disUuoo from Vancouver
in tvvo days, The mails left
Japan only eleven days before,
and it is'expected tint tbey will
arrive in Kuglnnd within twenty
ono days Irom the time of tbeir
enibn.kation at Yokohama This
groutly boats till previous re-
cordfl,
The stouinship Labradoi',which
broke the record on the St. liftff*
ronco route, arrived at Montreal
rn. Sunday, She is commanded
by Captain James Meu.il'iy, and
is li arJIemlM lodking vessel. She
mado the I rip Irom Iii nil to land
(Liverpool to Belle isle) in lour
days, ilan}' peopie have visited
the ship since t-ho has boon it.
port.
ing thut ho will como to Europe
at ihu first opportunity,
The Americaii Inlel'iialiontil
Koolball ten in h,.s i.e.,'.in bcon
beaten in the Old Country, ibis
time by the Mnllcld Athletics, ol
Belfast, Ireland, by three goals
lo l,*o.
Tin' Westminster rowing club
will give Uai.luu, O'Connor and
l.'i tciso.i a groat rcooptieii when
they arrive from Toronto and
'Frisco, Tlio club has decided lo
build a fine boat-house.
The citizens ol Chicago have
gitarotited 85,1,000 for tho bringing ol an entire Indi in village
from India to the World's Pair,
The United .Stales Consul at
Bombay has obiirgo of iho affair,
A young man in Minnesota tbe
other day started lor a drive of
twenty miles with his sweetheart
through an uninhabited tract of
country, At a point about ball-
way through the lonely ro'uto impair hail a bitter quarrel, Tin
fellow unhiichod ibo horse, ami
mounting il rode away, having
the girl alone in the wagon,
where sho rontained nil night, aud
next day walked heme.
Tho lumber manufacturers ol
the northwest met at Minneapolis
on Tuesday to lake some decided
acton   towards   advancing   In-
run ml like .in lintucsc  hawse.'
I'hey were near ouoiiifli   lo  see
lhe 1,1'iilrj on ii n body uud   weie
i.i view ol it lor au hour.
A ;'.,;e o.. ihe Illinois Central
I'lilrouil provides that dogs shall
i.ot riilo in n ptiflsonger oar; but
a big and ferocious bulldog
walked into a oar at Chicago, np��
pi'i.jO'iii.nl a whole seat, ami rodu
2in. miles unmolested.
" Ho   had   such   a   moaning
smile," was the oomluntof's unol
bgy Lr uot ejecting him,
oKsrim nor a
Corner Kruut mil Hanson St.-..
REYEL8TOKE, B, 0.
AnRAIIAMSON BllOS.       -      P.tOI'lill'Tolls
first olassin every respect; Nearest
hotel to (J l' |{ depot aud steamboat
lauding, between post ollico and go ���
buildings, Coach to mid from dopot
nud steamboat, F|ro proof Safe for the
accommodation ot its customers,
Xj
Major General Twigge hus just
mad;} ;. record in iho piscatorial
art lor iimat. urs on the- Inlet this
your,   On Sunday morning goiug
out lioni lluyilcu and Walker's ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
boathoust'i lie caught with a io.), price cif luu.be.'. Ovo'r sixty were
ami line in a i'tw hours Hi salmon j present from Minnesota, lown,
und live coil, Koine other good i and Wisconsin, ll was decided
eatches wore made on Sunday.     | to form a permanent organizaii m,
.ml a coinmjttee was appointed
parly nt iMici'iiicnt went out
Dooklc}' : I iieai'ly died with
laughlor when thai man oiiino iu
church lust Suuday and sat down
on that ujco silk hut in the pew
in li'i'iil uf you. Chunkier, H.ow
did you munago to keep your
face so straight i
Chuckler: Vi'l.y, hang il, man,
that was ...y hai!
II luiK just been discovered that a
raving maniac lies heen driving a
train from Chester to Manchester,
T/og,, for some years, He was ur-
r-sted for stealing o package on lhe
t.raiu uud on the doctors' examining
bin), they stated thut he hud been in
a statu of insanity for seme time, uiul
might any uminuut have plunged
hia train into destruction.
^HEBESTCOUeHKEDICINErra
&13
oi
i'iUiiuiii.
lo draw up a constitution,    A
the Cuuithiiii a dny or two I t,0mn.ittoo was also appointed to
tigo ui d returned with one ol the ] t.u]U]nh, the wriUen }X,]Wlli ,mu
.urges!  limit ever landed '��*����"   n,e lumbor maKei-H ul tha nortii*.
lhat stream.   Mr, W. Adamson,   WCBl ,l810 lh��� lni,.ket,  j. jM pro,
who is a famous angler, bad a
light iuil and w���s using a total]
gray drake fly, winch was taken"
I.}   the  lie i r-'.i r with a spring
il    I the water at a pool
��� a!-, vo lbe Junction,
Idamsoi tt   all   the  line,
J   ii   '."���   ',.-���.  when  the  rod
on        bia ban i and wus
posed lo advui.ee prices ahoul a
dollar a thousand,
i'aiibury, Conn., has among its
citizens a hunihlo old colored
in;;!, whom nature and mister.
tunes have distorted out of almost all Be...bianco to a human
being. [IIu wide mouth, twisted
features and crooked frame give
H        >a>....aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^a_n,aa.l.Ka��ai^aMaT
, ,.,     i bun an ine;j)i'es,,ibly- outro and
of S !{ht,     Afle-l .    , ' J ���    .
��� even comical appearance,    lie is
-   '    : " f��o to appear ,, ,
known to evei-chudy as Old Lnh.
t. I an hour, the ulitler   ,      , .,...,'
1 One day a brig it lilllo girl, soe-
f
Ln
��������� us seen at the
be found the
After
pi <-    for over ten
��� I  n landing
','        Band
��� ., -        veigbi
- ���.  | bi en
��� ���Among
I my
fi jaor II ���
i      ,      :
I
, ii I foun I
that 1
,  ialt' a dozon
i of an hour,   Snakes
were ;rcal nbi...-
lunce ,'ii nd i' gri en snakes
hunj! from almost every bi n :i
uml ii1 nil hi tho |-rcal
I   ii-       ii i i    he
Sixty days after date, I intend to
.'ip;>l> to tho Chief CommiBsiouer of
Lands and Wori's fo.' tho purchase
nf oighty acres, ormimonoing at a
post on the east side of John Bangs
pre-emption, running 20 ohuius east,
���10 chains south, thence 'ill chains
west, theuce 40 chains north to point
of beginning.
JOHN BANGS.
Eevelstoke, July 20th, ibitl. ���
W. PELLEW 1IARYKY
Assay  and   Mining'   Oiiicos,
Golden, II. C.
ASSAY riUCli LIST.
Silver, Gold or Lead, e.mh ��1.50
Silver,  Cold  end  Lead combined ' ���'.... 3,00
Silver and Load  2.50
Silver, Gold and Copper 4.00
Silver and Gold  2.00
Silver aud Copper 3.50
Silver, Gold, Lead and Copper. 5,50
Copper by Wet and Eleotroylsis
assay  2.50
Copper by Fire Assay  3,00
Other assay prices on application.
Terms���Cash with sumplos. A
discount ot 10 por cent, whou t-,o cr
more are sent.
Sales of Oro negotiated.
 BN. B.���for sevor.il yours ass.iyor
I).' Guillusso, of tho l'renoh navy, 11�� Me8S1'8' Vivian eft a��us' Swansea,
, i Wale-
reports Ibat in tho early Hinges
iug  him miss the houso as she
' c'l-'ht feel
^^^^^^^^Mm md at  t.ic  window, lui'stout
ved and , ,, ,
into laughter.     Her mother re
proved her for laauliing at the
unfortnnate old man, and she
replied ; " I wasn't laughing at
Eph, momma; I was just laugh-,
ing to think hpw God must havo
laughed when Uo mado him."
I'i.v.t.Y. in Typhoid Pevkb.���
u! i lie dis 'ase coffee is almost a
- j >��� <. ti ���- ni; in,-! typhoid fever.
He given lo adults two or throe
lablespoonsful of Btrong black
' ',!:��� overy two In,ins, alterna��
i ing with one or i wo teaspoons-.
I'ul of claret or burgundy wine.
! he beneficial effect is iinmediatu
A little lemonade or oitrale of
magnesia should be given daily,
und after h while quinine,
Agents Wanted,
Ocean Time to Europe
Allan White Star
Dominion Guuird
Beaver Anchor
and al1 ether lines siiilini! from Hull-
full, Portland, Boston, Now York
Baltimore  are ou  sale  at
0, J'.  1:.  stations, at
very low rates.
Ask fur sailing llalsand rates o
fine,    ((real advantages scoured  bv
;,��    %)  1}     XX C\ if tf i
KI'iVKlaSrOKl'l.
F. ModAiuay  ...   -    Pii���p
Iir.-it-class To.npurauce House.
BOAIIO  ASD  Loi.illNo  $5   Pj-r   WlviiK
MI'.AlaS, 25c,        IlKllS 2,r)C.
This hotel .'��� situated convenient to lhe
station, is comfortably furnished, aud
uffoi'ds first clues aooommodation.
VICTORIA IIOTKL
M'lliejTI.Y FHWT>0M88.
REVELSTOKE      -
W. Cowan, Prep.
Ii'ooms woll al tended; tallies uticx-
ccll'd. Wines and liquors guaran-*
..ceil of n high quality, i''ii-e nnd
sample room. Telephone com.mini-
cation wiih C. 1'. li, depot. Kir*
pi'ool vault for 'ho convenience
'iiicsts,   Bus' meets all trains.
I'KANSIKN'T   RATES
-    $3pEK��Aa
OOL'UMIHA nous.:.
REVELSTOKE. B.C.
Tbe largest and most oontriil llotei t
the city ; good accommodation ; every*
thing new ; table well supplied ; barnucj
billiard room attached ; fire proof sufe,,1'
BUG WIN k CLARK,   .
Proprietors,
FREE HIS'  AT. ALL   TRAINS
StocUioliii House
JOHN STONE, Prop.
The Dining room is furnished with tha
beet the market affords.
Tbe bar ie supplied with a choice stock
k
of wines,liquors and cigars.
WF.Teetzel
Ri'viasTOKF. k Nelson,
CHEMIST AND DHUGGIST
, i   i ,i   I taking -ocean tickets from your local
A  n.idily   who  had  recently        ��
A Full nud Complete Line of
DRUGS, PATEJMT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, l\'all Paper, &c.   '
AT EASTERN PRICES.    '
IW Clyurs .at Wholesale. ^
11 Vi MOND
ir. slock,
Sowing Machines kept
��'1   be huts    Alilmu     ll. .)ih(,i  his ship Wafl lulerviowcd CI rent Having effected  by taking!
nil snakes ..ro liimn.psB, the pro- Dy ;|,H captain,  who  mud"  lhe round trip tickets,
iHor  ks  ii   hynomcans-ajtri.fl ,, -k :������ Woll, I suppose, j��a\lCJ* "^ ^^l
pb    ��nl   surprise  when   ono  ol ilH llH of old, ll.ny havo soet us Prepaid   passage arranged  from
ihem,      fjot  lung, suddenly -.-,-, !,,.;, fool of tho family," ;'">l"'"" '" K"'"|H>'
dinp- ih".ii -.li a li'-..   i  the rool ..f"0   Mr" I-,-died   the modern Vpplyfoynur nearest agent; lo J.
 i, ,. '             ,.' II .i Mii.iiiN, Iievelstoke; or to
into one ��� room, per haps ..h-'lit ivicr Simpl ���, ' thu fashion has
j ubtinj-od ������''.!' ���'} our .lay."
Iionuin l\i nn,
Gen, L'atss, .\0i , Winnipeg,   I
E. Fletcher,
Contractor & Builder
All kinds of Turned and .Scroll work
eloue n-utly and promptly,
iii.nl at right prices.
lobbing Work a Specially,
U13VELSTOKI2        -    B.C.

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