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 ' r  " \i  /^_  /:  Vol. 4.���������No. 16.  ItEVELSTOKM  WEST KftOTHN.W.   B.C., AUGUST. 7, ]Si)i.  $2.0a a Year.  FIRST TIME IN  "��������� THIRTY YEARS  EFFORT TO  RE-OPEN  NAVIGATION  ABOVE REVELSTOKE.  Steamer Lytton Starts on a Trial Trip  to  Big- Bend -Passage   Through  lhe   Canyon���������Tiie ��������� Forty-Nine  -  Days 'of ������������������ 'CG ' Recalled- -Lytlon's  '   Success Means Much for the Bend.  , Theyvhisilc of (he Steamer,, Lvt lo'n  on   'riini'-d.-t v   inni'-ning    was     <il'     in.  * oidinai-ykiiid.Lh.it i-, wilh regard In  its import, or meaning, a-, it ^minded a  signal of (le|i;ii'ttii e lo open up old Big  Bond lo transportation .-ind l'i c.-ipit.il.  Not' for thirty years h.-id (he hoary  hills about Revel-"! nko echoed lo ;i  sound of' .similar meaning" (when I he  St i'. Fiirtyuiiii* ran) and it' m'i'iii,'(1 lo  the imaginative li-lciior a*- the little  steamer hrea-ted the current and the  echoes rolled as if ������lie hill-  were   vvi-.b-c  ���������ing this modern argosy   God  speed cin  hei'   search    t"������������i-   the    inoderii     gold"ii  '       fleen>'  - Fop ������ geneialiun Big ' Bend,''a Camp  of fabulous richness in t be -ivl ie-, has  been held b.-u-k by want of propel' and,  , economical transput tn lion: and though  1 !io-o ���������vvlio have stuck to it through  thick .-ind thin, who h.-ive often shewn  pi-.-tc-licnl pi-oof by iiiigiret, and ,1-ock of  its ureal mineral vve.ilth. have tried  evei'V tne.iii- lo tin ii public at tent ion  n lo il and to the gie.i t <ri iv or running,  t hrnilgh it, tlu-y have failed iti obtaining any n-pon-o till in the present,  f\'i-*o. There vva-iiol stiiTicioiil inceiilive  , to cotnpon-alo for I ho' i i1-!:. nnd sloain-  lio.'it. men,   though   they   had   heard   a  ' good deal ,'iboiit   the   i'ivci.   '.voiild, not/'  Iiot her vv it b it. -, ,,,  The honor, for honor if   is- a-   there  Iin- been no  mo'i e       ��������� ' ''  ��������� MOJilCN-l'dUS   KVICNT,/ '    '  occisi-ii-d I'm I',:,i; ];,-i il iii ilii- iri'iieiii-  t ii iii ��������� of initialing tbi-* new at tempt  I el tings to Geo. .1. A 1 kin-, of Ihe Fl Pi I oh  Creek Minim; Co., and lie deserve- well  ,'w        -^ 1  ' ol the people of i his (amp for hi-  oporgy iami grit;"- I5ye.iii.e-i onlicaty  and tiie influence of "a $1(X.'() gu.-n ,'u,t., e  foi  I he delivei y of his   fieigbt   he  -uc-  < rood ed ill getting Ih" steamer heie.  As ha- lii'on .-aid, a bout 7:10 o'clock  Thursday morning in charge of ('apt.  Troup, I'oiiiuioiloi e of t lie ('. iV: IC. fleet,  aiid C.ipt. Allioi'l l-'orsl'iiid she .started  on her voyage wilh a l.ugo null her of  cit i'/.ens and twenty Ion- of hydraulic  piping on b i.ii d while fr.i.n   t,'ie   shore  a crowd of people vv.itchod-iTT':' pro" i-e.-s  'wilhgie.it iiitei-i'.-t'. Site steamed the  distance , to   tho   sund' li.ir   below   the  .canyon in about an hour and  here   pi.t.  ��������� oil" those r-iii/cus vvho oame lo see hor  away. Slo.-nn wa-- (ben got well up  and the canyon tackled. For lil'teeii  or twenty iiiintilo.s the si earner  struggled with die Mi-r-t big rifllo and  after I wo gallant all ompts to go il  alone had lo tie up and .-end oi.l a lino.  This , being done the -(.niggle began  a;; iin but. in hacking l'i llie line the  sloanier look a big sheer in die oast,  bank and in a munieiil I lie em i out had  it. broadside wil h  everything-   goes   well,   roach    La Port  yesterday at t >'i noon or evening.  Al, LiForl lhe freight will lie unloaded and packed from I hero lo I ho'French  Crook Co'- ground hy pack (lain. The  boat will probably make two more  trips (o take up all'the freight nowhere awailing I raiispoi-lalioii to' La  Fort.  Oil this occasion a f,'}V pari iciilai s of  ���������run i-'oit'iv-MNi-:  and lhe Lytton miidil lie inlero-ting  .md valuable. Tin old h'ot I y-Nine was  hiiill. near Colvillo in IS(J.">. and made  her (n-.-i li-ip in April'(iti-tying up at  La Foi t, on the 2(11 h of lhat month. The  trip look ton days and freight was .$S0  per (on., She vvas i'S II. long, of 75  h'or-e-powor and'I ft. slroko. dpi,  Leoiiai'd While was tua-ler, Al Fiug-  sloiTwa.s male, ('has; Brigg-, piir-er;  ���������Shop B.itloy, I .-I, engineer: .1. Kelly,  2nd engineer : Octavo .landro.-iii, f 1 **-���������'-���������  man;'   Clin-.    Brown,    walchtiiaii :    A:  G  McLaren, stowai-il; (Joo. Buehaniian,  cook: .1. C. Montgomery, vvaitoi, and  six dockhaiids. 'Ainniig-I her |>a--  songeis.on Llie/ii.si. trip were D.-m McCulloch of McCulloch ci ook, .Jim May,  Goo. Weaver. , I), Carly,- old MineLlo  who starled,' thoo sawmill, HaUser,  Downio of Downic crook, OppenIlieinor,  Newhcrgcr. Begitrdoi, Kernie, Nels Denials, Wade aiid G,it diner. The-e l.isl  I wo ran a pack liain from La Foil to  French Crook al,'J-lO conls pel Hi. Tho  Foi ty-Nine made trip's from April  to Jimo2Ht.li. Judge O'Reilly (who -aid  "Hoy.-, if there's sho'oling'Lhere wil! he  hanging) and Judge Haines ad mi nisi er-  ed jn-lice in the count.ry' then and,  b".sidos Big Bend, llieir oh euit included  Wild I Iin so Crook in F-i-l Koot'onay,  Rock Ci eek in .Soul li Yale, niul Ques-  nolle in Cariboo. A pas-age from Colvillo to La"Porto was then vvorlh $."j()  iind wood vvas tj>!) | or coiil. i.  In the fall of 'il,! there wa-a. famine which the boat, lolicved the  following spring, and iu tho fall of  '(>7-he gal bored all who weie left, to  Ihe number of I'll, and on No.ember  lib ihe Hig Bend was left ile.-orL.'d.  Saloon's,   billiard    tallies      i-c.Mniii ants.  COMMITTED FOR TRIAL  HASKINS AND BROWN BOTH   SENT  ���������    , TO HIGHER COURT.  Preliminary   Trial   Concluded���������Argu-  ,   men is    by   Counsel -Magistrates  Decide   that   it   is a Matter for  , Higher Court--Accused Get Bail.  ' c>  On Wedne-day (lie preliminary hearing of the Oi pliau Boy case was resinned at Vain ouv or. Mr. Wilson.  Q.C.. for (he pro-cent ion. said hi- c.i-e  w as all in w hen A. 10. Guryev's evidence  was   taken.    .Mr. ' Shaw, , for  defence,  .-aid ho did not p.oposelocallany wil- j ,,,���������.,.(){- ,,,,.,������������������ L;lk(. (;i(,v .., si^, ,���������.,.,.,.  i.osses. Mr. Wil.-on, asking for com-,| ]osL ^h{ (|| ,;v ,,���������.,,,,,���������,������������������, 'llv.(.Mnl. is  i.iitlment ol accused -aid, in pa.I : The ,,���������, j,,,,,,,,.,,,, Jiandingof lb'.,,/,.,, going  tol.il paid up c-ipil.il of the company , ������������������,��������� V)u^n,^ r]u,y ;1|.(i ;|��������� .��������� T|,nut  by   lhe   sale   of   t.eoa���������,ry   -lock    vyas ! ,/|k(.  n ,,,��������� lrinll,.; ,lll(1 ,,,lll(lilll,   .,���������,,  in lo tho s.iw mill and work will start  on (heir hotel soon.  - Alii.ihaiiison Bros., t he pioneer holol-  kc-per- of the City, aro Hill furl hei  iiici en siug,l bo eap.u ily of lhe Queen's.  Mi-s. Jovv e((, has also impioved her  building, and tin- woid all over I he  place is progross aiid in'pi oveineut.  r10. L. Kiiinian ha Iho i-oof on his  now ro-idotico and it. will -oou ho i e.nly  for occupancy. s  The Ciitit I, I louse is starled aiid it  would be I'uiIIk.'I' ahead if the local  sawmill could (ill 1 he tinier but il had  lo he gol, ft om  Lardeau.  The sawmill is cull iii������ Kl.O(K) feet, a  day and slill has over HKMHMI foot of  order-, ahead. This will give an idea  of I ho I u-incss being done.  ' ' '  One tig 11 of ( he solidify and ponn.i n-  TWO BIG BEND  INCORPORATIONS  .$2,121. llaskins drew ,-iH hi-, salai y fm  -ix, month- which amounted to $!)()(.>,  and Iji-ow n claimed four months'.-alai y  lo April HU, '1)1. 'which would lie yl(K).  In the hills, lecoivable hook their  worships could see that, linivvn gave ;t  promissory nolo of ,$7(J0 for his slock  and this had never boon paid. Thus  the whole capital stuck of tliccouipnny  was swallowed up hv: llaskins and  Blown. That was why llaskins had  Lo put, his hand in his pocket and pay  the men. Hy-ano-hy IIas*kiiis* pooled  his slock. Then Iii own and llaskins  ,tgi cod' tog-el her aiid- in^l hey eiiphoin-  islicdly put it-decided lo roorgani/.o  (he coin]),iny. On March lllh i( vvas  agreed lhat ILe kins should pay Iho in-'  deblodnos-s of the .company, I his was  titil.-ivv fill combination. 'Mr. Wilson  (lion leferrod to -llaskins' claims for  salary, cash advanced, and the men's  and Brow n's assit;iiniei'il.s 'lo bim, and  and said on none ,pl die oiidoiseuionts  on the writ could lla-kii'i- mainlain an  action as the cdmp.inylliad nol .'iiilhor-  ized I lie Iiorrovvini; of money I o pay 1 he  men or anylhini; el-e. No r.ioolingi  vvas  hold   and   lb  (boil    pi'Osonce   is    a    -oui-eo   of   g*ioal  slrength to I,ho Cilv's futiu'e.  ,   Local and Personal Briefs.  MoCarlv's now sign is a daisy.  ''Hilly l^loniing, look in Kitmloojis  this week. . . '    '  Atkin's pack* train pulled out 'I'ues-  (l.-iy. - /  -   Andy Craig made a   flying/���������v isit    lo  town "Wednesday.     . ,,-  (leo'. Lafoi tne's .gray lioi'se . fell into  the.i i\or Mid was lost.  Dave I!ieiiuior was heie Tucsdav.  tie went to Calgary next morning.    -  Marry' Nicholson, fioiu' Bourne's  N.-ilcusp store, v\ ,ismi]) iliis^vvoek. a  U..Tapping has l filled the roadbed  of the smelter'spur as a lumbal'' yai d.  Tlie Revelsloko hand has oi;deiod  one novv^liass -md a siido tronihoue.  Klondyke    vvas    discov eied      liv,    a���������  C.'inadi.iii naiiied -1 loiidei son.  Mi.   11 nlc!iisiiii,*������iiiiiiiager tor Thorpe  g   else.    .Mi   "���������H-"'l'������Kl'lt C... p-ivfrl    llin.auli   fuesd.'iv    -oing  oie    was    nolliing    loi  , '������ o      ' '  l'*;jiistify    Ila.-kiiis     in     a.lvancing      die  llioili'y.      Ii('    called    Iji'dWli'- ,1 rip ' to  Yaneoiivor-nii ahoiiiiii.ible farce    .$100  was chargfod   against, the   company to  bi'iiiii Bi'ovvn fiom 1{i?v o!-loko in oidoi  to issue  a    writ.  a;;.iinsi ' t ho conipauy,  and then they ciiphcinisi it-ally called ,iT  reoi-gaiii/ation.  .Mr. Shaw, addie.-sing the,Com I, said  if' 1 bo   ovidoiict'   vv as  11.     lie 'made light of  Gill vey's evidence, and   said   if   Blown  ied (here was'no evidence   at Mil.     Mo  h feuded I la-kin-' right I o secure hiin-  -ojf and -aid no mot lvi^-loi comiuil ling  vvjirn-: vv.vTKit hki-i.mcino hvkh iiici:  dock.    She held l hero a minute or two  Jiut 1 ho lino broke from   the   fastening  and loiiiul went, I he steainei' like a lc-i-t.  toiini.'   The -peclaloi- -grow discouiag-  ed     lint   up   the   plucky    boat,     came  again,   out   went   ll.e   line  about,   ladi)  fool     and    then   for   liflooii   minuie-  eravvlod the -loainei- (hrciii;h 1 he rapids  gotling   safely   ovei   alioul   ll:l."i  a.m.  She vvenl easily for a lit I lo while,  until  gel t ing loo much lo one   side  she   vvas  carried like a toy Inwards a  big   i mind  liouldor on I he easl   hank   .ind   though  kept  from il'hy   wheel   and   slo.-nn   she.  bumped il heavily and llion foil back in  slai-k waler.    The   liii"   went   out   heie  again taking a painfully  long   time   lo  gel  paid "HI nnd fastened, .-Hid I lion I bo  socoi.d long i idle in | ho middle   of   die  ctiivon      was      hrea-'.ed.       Spoctaioi-  "shook I heii-bead-as  die   gallant    lillle  boat, eraw led   and   crawled   along, and  when the rope fouled   under  lhat   Hal.  sione iheir   faces   grew   yr.-iv.o   indeed,  ll all came  iij;hi,   however,   and   wilh  exti'.'i steam on  she  .-purled   and   soon  (ho "buys" on t he bank   were  ('heeling  and running to keep up vv it It    h'-r.    At  :i:l.") p.m. I be  l.VTTOX   WAS   'I'lIltOt'Cill    TIIR   CANYON",  had pas-oil her Scjll.i and (-lliaryhdis  --and del up al lhe small sand bar  jusl a hove it (o wood up.  Here   I hose   who   had    w'alobed     I ho  ovei yl bing was left .standiii.g and the  plat e know l ho ovv ueis no more. Altogether, the Forly-Nine cai ried a lioul.  7,(KX)   people iulo Big Bend. ���������'  n  'nn-: ktk.ui::]! ly-iton    *  was tho'lir-l   of   the   C. tV K. S. N. Co's j  iioat-;.    S.io   was   lini-lt'   at.    Revel-loke  in  (he spring  of   |f>!J(l. ai'.d   stalled   on |  h,-r fii-i ti ip  on   the  2nd   of .1 nlv t hat  \    ,'" '' '""' "' ,"v" '  ,,."',. , . . ; VT the giealor pari,   t  vo.-ir.    She conl iiiiied i nniiini; till Nov. . ,,  ',-,, i-    '   ,., ,   .        ,.,    ..    ', ���������-, not evidence at all  l.illi, luakini;  IJlrins, 1.5 ot which wore      '  ' ' ,     (t,1,  ,*,.,.   ^   ..,',,1,,,,,...  roiiiul trips to the Little Dalles-, W.*t;-!i.  She   is   11(1 fl.   long, i."it)  fl.   boa mi, ,200  horse power, and ft ft. -Lroke.     On'   her  trip lo (ho Big BemLdiis week she was  .    ' I   ,.  ., .    ,,,    ,��������� .  ,   ' th" olleneo   li.nl   noon  .shown.     Indeed  in   charge   ol   Capt. ,L \\ .   I roup, with     ,,     , .      ,     , , ,,.  .,. ,,      ,       ,   ,, i '      .        '      ., Ma.-kiiis-liiid made every elloi I   to-ave  Albeii brosl.-ind  (ber carl-un) as pilot,      . ,,',,,.,,.  ,       ,,   , , i      ,,     ' the coiiipaiiv, .'ind he asked lor the dis-  A.    McLennan,     male.-   and      Hoc tor      , '     ,' .   ,  ., ,.      .��������� , cbaiueiit 1 bo accused.  Sproal, engineer.    Jim  ]owii.-"iid   vv.-is        ,,,,..,,. ,   ,     - ,     ,,   ������������������  , . ,   . , ,. .vi i. \\ illiauis coiilonded t.rilio (itiiu-l  ongiigod   lo     g'V'e     advice   aooui    I hi.y , .       ,      ,������ , ,��������� ���������  ,.,, ,.        ,, il llaskins had n good  cause   ol   acliou  course.       Iho    passcngois    loi    C.irnes -   ,i        ���������   ,,,i     ,  ,,       , ,    ���������.    ,, .,,        ��������� ,      and iiiei olv i.iii'-ued   the   light (he law  (hook   woi-������-   I.   1.   Biow-tor,   Join Ed- , . , , ,,  ,o       ,       i> ,      ,    ,, gave   him    the   lesiilts   could    mil   ho  wards and���������Faviio;  for LaPrrio, (n o.    ' -.    .     ,      ,, . ,,,.,-.'  -,     ..,.        -,,-      ',,   , it,       i-   ,      ciiminal.     Illi. was  llaskins  intention  J. 'Atkins, \\ in., Bolton and John   Val- ,     , ,. , ,  i luw'i-eik I lie company, vvhv diil he p.iv  online. . i , ,,.'-,',*, ,',  ,,., . ,.      ,-    i..f    . i   | iip'the men helni'e Mie-ii.'d, a-ho could  1 lioto i-no, riKjin lordonhl t hai much I    '  good will   lo-till   fiom  this  al tempt lo j    , , , ,.  ,    ,,       ,,.      ,,      ,    .      I .-bowed he was uol (li-liuno-l, and il h(  once mo pen   tip  the   Big'   Lend   hy     ,. , A  (, ,    ., (1|  river,     ll shu." -=Lli.t(.' I ho I error- ol the !  p.'issayo have boon latgoly ex.iggoi-.-i tod  and (hai   patience  and   skill   can over-  soul  Coi v    Ahiiiliiiiick '  was  up  ! om  Laideiu   Sf-nday   .'infl    Monday.  sclrioMi   comes    ii;i    now,    loo   busy   ou  Fish Ci ooic lie s iv s.  W-. A. Nellie has got 'a (iinliacl for  ,1 lie   K in loi-g ii'teii    litiiidmi.  It>  LARGE OUTFITS OPERATING NORTH  OF REVELSTOKE.  A Big Hydraulic Plant on French Creek  - Enormous Body of Gravel Ready  for Next Season - Carnes Creek Co-  ���������j  /nipaiiy -Its Organization,'Properties and Development.  , The French ('reek .Mining Coiuiiaiiy.  now oporai ing in Big Bond, is  capilal-  i'/od for $2,0(10,000 and i- moslly  colli I'oll-'d ,by live or -i\ people of  Chicigo     and       .Milwaukee. 11,     is  oporai ing 21 mile.- of ground on Fi oiich  ("rock covoi-iiig I he well known   claims  Chicago, Rov al,   Gold    Hill,    Honduras  and    Nuggvl.    There'   i.s   an,  immense  body of   gravel   I here  and    lhe    cubic  contoiils of I bo bodydikolv lo pay well  i- (-linialI'd   al   20,000.000   ya'ids.    Tho  company have a cniuplct e pi.ml,cost ilig  .$:J0,0(J0 in I i-aiisil I ti the ground anil are  pushing il Ibiiiugh so lo have il. nearly  all pill m by fall.     Bui for the unu-ual  stages of \m;i\oi- in the   liver   this   yen  Lhey would have been much sooner   on  the gioiuid, bul, they vv ill bo  all   leady  to wash  iioxl, season.    They   have   installed a saw mill w hicli'h.is a   capacity  of ll),000 feel per day and il is now culling.   They have about (if) men employed oil Hume  work   of  which   (hoy  aro  pull ing   in  ahotil, 2000   feel,  and   lhey  s-.ion expect lo have their pipe in   place  as (ho Sir.   Lytlon ���������lias  ali'eady  taken  ���������up 20 Ions of il, lo LaFot-l.o.    Tho  head  of w.ili-r will bo 10(1   fool, and   washing  will bo s'.ai |,-d   probably   on   (he   (Jold  Hill claim.    Tho company is also working about, (if) pack animals and   intends  lo hui t; 7.") or sif packing from 'La Forte  to    l^ioiicli   Ci-ook.v Tom    Maloney    is  foreman al Ibecanip, Johnny   Neilsmi  i-  in   charge  of  the   pack   (rain,    \\".  M.ii shall is book-keeper ,iand   ii.s-isL-int  lUiiii.igot'-, and Cloo. J. Al kins   is  piesi-  ileiil .-ind1 in.ma gel- of I he com puny.  ���������nn-: i;aunmos cuhkic (jmnsolmjatkd.  '     a        ( , i  In I'ho-o day- of wildcat   slock   coiii-  paiiLs it. is lel're.shini; to   see   solid and  .M( Illee i-li loute for die Yukon.   Tiler  have  \ ohiuieei ed   for   -<-rv i< e   in   tin--  trold field-of (henoiih   Un   Ivvo   yi-aie  (he    il.dllceliieliL    being   (killlih-      pViy.  Stall'   Set ir'-.-iut    Richaid-   infoiined   a  M.v 11. 'repot lei    Ijial    he   was   stal ioii'-d  bore in I he time   of  ( onslruction   with  jMajoi Steele.    Their (juai lor-   .vie   in  Ihe    lillle   big   house   (ivci looking   th'.-  riv or and I-"i tint Si i cot.    'I h"   .-.-igi-anl  didn'l  know the place vv ben liesieppeii  oil'   lhe   (r.-iin   and    he    al    once    made  incjilit io.s a I'l oi- i-ovei a] old I imei s many  of whom ha ye gone over   lo   ihe   gleiiL  imi jorii v.     He said about .SO more men  ���������  wei o    following   shorlly   and   lhat   his   <  lillle force  was   going  ahead   Io   build   ''  boats and ol lu-rwiso jii eparo 1 he ronle.  come many apparently iiiMipoi.ihlc  diflioullios. All the-.uno, il, was plain  to those who watched the st rt,g>_'le in  the canyon lhal.il is unwise lo risk lite  loo ra'shly. The iiiunt diato solul ion of  Ihe opening of Iho Big Bend is die con- ! l'v'lt!,,,ll'>'  Capt. Mellon g'-'tvo I ho judgment of the  liivo   got    it    before    Ihul.    That  I act,  bow oil he was ui'l dishonest, and if he  lid defraud   Iho   companv  he would bo  | defrauding   hiin.'olf    as    Mho     largest  shareholder.      The   men   who were responsible    foi-    dofi,'Hiding    tho   shaie-  holder- were the   man who laid the in-  information    and   Whitney. c i Io  also  asked for (lb-charge ol .Housed.  After   .-l    lengthy      review   -of     the  and    .irguiiieiils    by   counsel  ,-idt  -I ruction of a vvaggon road In the  head of the canyon, or above it, and  I here, whole the river is* hro.-id and  roomy, put a specially built boat, in  oporalion. If Iho riv.or is to ho impioved (ho   impi ovomonl's   can he I.i���������I  Courl. Ho said the (.im- was ono i'i  which a higher court t.-an impure and,  accordingly, committed belli I he accused io (i ial at l,ho next, coin I of enm-  I potent jui'i-dicf iiei. Bail was lived for  ' Brown at yL'VJ ) ; iM'-onal   i-i'ri gui--.-lnce  'lis  way.  The'Ly I ion arrived at 2. ID I hi- a Iter-  noon, Having completed the lomid  I rip in sal'et v.  Tenders Let for Electric Plant.  pul, in   above   the canyon   and, wilh a .  road  and   an   improved   . ivor a ������ banco [ :uu] *:m l,,r ''' l"-i,('1'   Mm''-V'     ll:lsUi  can he given die Big Bend to.-osi.fiioi.; lMilwil-,ivi,<1   ;,t   y-2'(l!);'  l������''-"������������������������������������-���������   ������������������"'���������'  enlly dou.oiislrale'il.s   wealtii   a-   vv ,1!    SLWHj ei.rh fii.m I ������������) i-m.-l .es.  secure lhe early  const rui I ion  of a i ail-  News 'From Trout Lake City.  The Tow iisil o Company  have  in  addition    to   their   rot eiil' impi ovciueiil -  I let a cunt r.ict   for   .si reel.  tie.icing  and  i grading,     ll   i.-   bul   a   few   week-  ago    I since i he c.iiiip.-iiiv cloai ,'d hall'  a   mile  The W.iloi-Woi-U-and Klecl ��������� i( Light i ,,,- Ml.,.,.L^ ,llui ,',������������������. Vmii-oiivei- ami  Co. have lot their contract,-. '1 In-j Kdli,. Creels arc (o he cltMi-ed i ixhl.lo  Canadian Gencal Kl.-t 11 i������- Co. wil!!,,,,. ,,lkl._ Those ' hnpi-ovements giv ,-  supply (ho machinory and tin; lh'>al | ,.���������',���������,,,,,. ,,, s.-ulei-s and iti-o already  Co.   tlm   wires,    ill-.   Cowan   mijs   tho I n,.,,l,in;; ;��������� increased w?li-s.  plant will he one of   the   verv   he.-i   in ;      ,, ,. ,    . ,.,,,,  , i                                                        ���������                    )      Over on Lhe west shore o   l he lake on  (lie coiiiKrv.                                                               ,                        .                     , ,     . ,                                                      I the    inoiiiitaiii    near   the   glacier    (ho  Oil!'   PlluTicTcl^Ol. | :;|1,."1'.' '���������."���������'���������"���������>��������� !- "-1"1-"1 "'T   I"   <-l������iin-.  _J_ !   I 111- 1- where (ho great   sliiko   ol   2.000  The attention of   parents   i> din-cted    ouik es vv as made     llisiight near the  loi ho lad dial Ihoavei.ige attendance ' city.  at the public school   j..,   ,,ol   al all what j        Feck -S: Myeis, of Trail, :ir(    ligiinng  il should bo.     Fi-ov'ision   was made last  '  I on building a largo boat on Ti mil, Lakt  pas-age   fiom   shore   Weill   a boa i d and J sossion loi   an   addil ional   leather   lull , and I bey ha ve been looking lo  godiiif.  many    li.i>idsh.ikos   and    good    vvi-.|ics  were oH'.'i-od   lo   lhe   gallon I    men who  had I hits passed the  worst   of lhe river  by dogged p('|-sevei-ailco   and pluck.   Al  five in   I In1 evening | he I I  bad got lo  sandsliile rillle and, ,-i| a I,tier hour,  word was ivechcd thai -ho had iciu lied 12-iuilo and going ( In oiigli I he w aloi  easily.,' Those ^vho kimw,'���������'die river  l.hiiik   sin- is,now    safe and .should;  if  the ajipropi i.-ilion is n,,| ,n.,ilalilo at ���������' a what I hnill. They also iuloud  piesenl.hee.iii.se die al t onda nee is loo j pull lug in a -lore al Solkil k al. I he loot,  -in.lll.     The   oxll.i    teacher   c.imiot    lie '  of | be lake.  I"1   '    the  .ivcago  altendanco  ofi      X. |.:. L��������� v, |, ,r  Sand( i -on A: La v .��������� ..  |H'',lN |s|l<" ' ���������.������'. .-.ml   diiiing  tljf-. ���������f n,t. 11,,1,-vf.n  Hol'Spnngs, hasordoi- h'r-iin  Foigusoii  vostei'd.iv   vv ill: a sove.  pas]    year   (he   aveia  lor a   iaige   Imie  a-o   lias   been   lo- ii(1 hN ,������������������,,���������,,  "'", :'s-     ''l"--l������ I   nol   he in a place i���������g am) w i 11 put   il  tip rigb ( a vv a v.    Mr.  1 his s,/,.      l���������,-.e   a,e   lots   of   ilul.liei, Li,v.r,   . ,nanag,-ii,o..l.    is   si.Hi. iei.l,   lo  ot school age.nol ..attending and parents ��������� .v.-                       ,,  -hoiild   make   an  elfori   lo g-t  I ii.-u, I <T ������1!;ll';l"li- a .good; I."Use. -.,.     ���������       .,.'.-  .'���������cliiiol ai lhe i-i'-o|ie:iing ou'.Monil.-iv''. ,. j Jii,i(:k   ������V -.M(-Leila'!.!, put '(l'ii-ii;. order  in; lf>\2! and lie oiecled on the  .sclio   I  giotind. 'o  Why   is   il    lhat   Troiil.   Lake   and  Thomson imiils  aio so   often   delayed  For two weeks iIu*   tn.'iil   has   not    ai--  1 ivod  hei o  vv lion due.  Ton foot vvas taken oil' the Lytlon's  smoke slack lo' Iel lie.' under ll.e hi idgo  and then theie was hut nine inches to  spate..  I\0\*( Istoke public school vviil open  as usual on the -second Monday in  August which falls on the Dtn of iho  month.,  A 'mother nf Jl.iny M.iurnc's arrived  curly lliis week froni England. Me i-  s'o IiIce Frank, .'it Nakusp, lhat by  ninny he vvas mistaken for him.  Tlie now name given to McC.irty'.s  building is tlio beoi, iion and. vvino  block. 'This "chafl'y joke" .is, Alal-  Iery's own.  Coo. McL., Blown, the popular  oxocntivo of 11 io CRR. I'm ,. this province, was in town -iMonday and left  then for the west.  G. T. Mallei.v, in,in.igor of llie I\Ic-  Dowoll, Alk'iiis it Watson drug -line,  h.'ts got aii assistant, .dieady; Frank  Brown is helping 'there.  "Mr. Liiiiiont, of the Canada Drug  it Book Co., loft for Nelson, Monday,  lo loolc up his business tlicio. .Mr.  McDonald is the puling gentleman in  charge   here.  W Is,   the   man   sentenced    lo    lie  hanged al Nelson, arrived lioienn his  way down yesterday. Mo was accompanied In Chief of Police II ttssoy and  two constables.  .May' Adair.,     Lyd t      anil      Man,  Kdvviii'ds, and Cliinlie Molleii aioli.'ick  iVoni'l lioil- l rip lo Donald and   (1 lacier  -liiii was with them    hut    I'ciiiaincd    ;il  'Donald.  McNeil's harliei slioji has hceu \ci-y,  tiislofully p.-iin'.ed and |i|-e-ents a veiv  nice appearance with its docoi a led  pillars and stone color sides.  Mois s. I'iin ,-uid Linton, icpiesoul-  itig liie Canadian (lenciid and Royal  IHIectric (joiiipiiiiio-', were in lovvn  Tuesday and submitted their figuios  to the Rovolsloko Waler Works and  olecllic Co. for the now plant.  Mrs. .J. W. llaskins got oil' Tues  day's No. I and while, the (rain was  waiting icucvvc.l her acipi;iiulaii( e  with sevoial people of this liiun. She  had lieon to Now Yoi k, Alhany.  Svi.icuse, Toi'unlo, Niag.ii a and other  places and vvas now going hack to  Vancouver.. .She 'was looking vvell  vou know-. t  Frank    Whiteside was   In ought   up  wile   honc-l drg.iiii/al.iou   and developiuenl.  The Carnes Ci'.'ek Consolidated (Jold  Minos Co., Lid., seems appai out ly to  lie one of ibis kind. Captinli'/od for  $1,(K (1,01X1 in,sha i es of .$1 'each, (iOO.OOO  shares have been sol. aside as tioasury  -lock, a dilVei-enco Ibis fiom some companies which monopolize nio.-,l, of t ho  stock fo,-l.be pi-o.noloi-s. The' other 100,-  000 s ha i es--pi on lot ers' slock, are pooled  for oighl -on uioiil lis and placed in li ust  in lhe Imperial Bank of Canada. This,'  too, is a .safeguai d euliiolv ignored hv  many i-t cent incrrporal ions. The lii-st  is-ue o'f liiMsmy -tockr- OO.OOO shaies--  was made in April and, all lakon up  within a very .short, lime showing,  evidently, that those who know I he  pi openy and die managouionl. host  had tin- inusl coniidenco in, it also.  One other commendable foal lire in  Ihi- lomp.'iiiy'.s procedure i- the oni-  ploymeiil of ii prospoclor lo -lake di-  i eel Iy for I he company.  Tho (.onipitny's property cpiisists of  six adjoining claiiiis--I!osobcry. .Salisbury. I loinesi;,-, ke. Ar-enic and (wo  oi,l',o| s--on tbe-lope dividing the north  and south lorks of (5-u-nos Crook. 1'lioy  al-'o ovv ii (me urnre claim on Cat nos iind  anodicr al Illecillt-'vVaei. But (ho main  pro pe i'l y is lhe gi oup of six, and on t he  Ro.soheiy LhtMitust vvoi k has been done.  On this'ol.iim a I iiiinel !)S fl. ha-boon  diiveti on ^he vein, and a crosscul has  boon pul in 21 fl., and a shall is alsti  being sunk ."*)() I'l.    The  work   solardo-  ,  Tlie Kaslo Church, Fracas.'  o  I       '     ~  The Kaslo < liiirch o.ise, legally known  as llie Bishop of New West minster \ s.  Keen vvas 1 tied .in Now Wesi minster  I his* week licfoio -J tlsl ice" Walkem Th^  c.'iso was staled l.y (lie judge to he one  dial., should not" have' appeared in  (,'oui't luil (.'ouiisols ofi'ori, to sct.tlo otii-  side'vveti! ft ml less. After lio.'it ing,the '  evidence die .judge decided. in the.  first, case that of sitrieudoi ing the deed  ���������lhe deed having aheady been given  up llie usual line of ������10 und costi  would' bo given in favor of tlio plaint iff.  Tho .second   action    vvas   for   aio   injunction    .'ind    damages   for   trespass.  Judgment,    was    given    in'  favor     of  plaintiff as  follows:     A    perpetual   injunction, S.rjO damages, and the cost of  iho   action    including   counsel   fee   on    ,'*  mot ion    for    judgment.        W.     Myers   '  Cray for plaii'itill ;   Messrs. C. W.Mc-  Aiin, Q.,C., and   ll.   L.   Roid   for do-    ,  fondiitit.  i\l r. Keen and 'his lawyer, C.'W.  Mi-Aiin, <^. C, passed t.hrough Revo!-''  sloko On Tuesday going hoino and fiom'  thoni it, was loariioil dial, they had appealed (lie case, .-ind il. will next he  li it'll before a full bench. '  ' At-IIo������e at the Lake Vie\v.    .,    ,        ,  , The,re-opening of tho enlarged and  improved Lake Viovy Motel, Arrowhead, on < Tuesday waj; made tlm  occasion of ii-inost enjoyable At-Mome.  whfiti Mr. and Mrs. Foley entertained  a    J.'irge    iiuinber    of     their     friouds.  Dancing was the piiucipal .'iniuseiueiit  'iind vv.-is kept up until woll'into Wed.  nosd.iy niorning and tlio onjoyinent  was very general. Amongst, the gnosis  weie tboso from llovelstoko, Comaplix,  Tlioin.son's Liiuding, Halcyon Mot.  Spiings and,Nakusp, and all were loud  in their praises of (.ho. hospitality of  mine host and hostess and die all'air  was voted a success hy all present. The ,  Revelstoke contingent, returned Wednesday afternoon tiled but liupjiy, and  anxious in the near futtiie to renew  their uc<|uainiance wilh th(> burg ai  I Ik: head of llie lake. '    ���������  The hotel is , beautifully situated'  ov ci looking Arrow Lake and is a large  tin on siiney building vvell furnished ,  throughout. On the first floor is tlie  dining loom, kitchen'and bar -room,  and oil the lattei by way of it .short  bull way the stone eell.tr which i.s used  for the storing of 'liipiors is reached.  Reluming to the main entrance vou  ai (^conducted by moans of a stairway  to the second stoiey. 'Mote the parlor,  a large and comfortable room, is  Incited, and-passing through it. a door  opens to the balcony which sm rounds  the building on two sides. On this  Hat its also on (lie third are the bed  rooms. Lwenty-tiiroov. in all. which  should pi ov ide ample accommodation  lo guests for some time to come. The  hotel is one of which Arrowhead may  well be pi oiid and reflects ciodit on  the proprietor, M r. ���������). .J. 'Foley, who,  having conducted his business" in much  smaller   premises    for    the   "past    two  uionsiialos   the   ore body   lo   he   largol years,   showed    his   enterprise   in    tlm  cui. on hi-' fool. Mo was stp'.lriiig  limlicis and eiil himself badly Willi an  axe losing a lot, of blood before the  wound could bo sliloliod. Me was  La ken  lo'.lhc'Ruvolsloki'' Hospital.  a i id sho w.s.i \ ein of ore a In mil!) fl - wide  Tin- vein has a paysl i-oak ol lii'liore  about 20 lo 21 inches and assaying, a I  depth obtained, fiom $10 lo .^(i() pop  ton in gold. Tho ore is an ai-seno-  pyrile and die whole ledge is well  minoi-,'i|i/.ed. .About 100 tons of picked  oio I- now ou the dump and also a  larger aiuoimi of second grade oie.  The bosl oio will aveiage,' perhap-.  ^ 10 pel- ion in gold, I ho ol her a hi ml, 1^12  oi ,Vl,">. A number of iiu-ii have boon  employed all spring ami -iiimiiei- in development and Iho opinion seems to  bo one of general conlidoiioo in I lie  val no of I he group.  . So I,ir tbe company have hceu unable    lo    -hip' through    lack   ol   cheap  ereel ion of the present building   so l as  to be abreast with the linn's and   meet,  the    fast    iiici easing   demand   for   ac  coiiuiiod.ition of travoilers. ,  Customs rei urns at Hevelsloke for  July shew total imports of ������0,1 1 2.10,  duty collected s?l.2{>l.'JK.  Soothe niAv ad vortiseinoiil of the  Canada Ding and Book Co. this issue.  The company expect to keep an uplo-  d.ile slock* and have made aiT,ii|.>e-  mollis vviib ih.- puUislioi s so dial a  consignment ot all new look- of die  Colonial li'n o v will lie received heie.  as soon as oi l.ei   pl.n os.  A    (1.    M.   Spr.igge   wont    in   Y;u.-  ��������� vi'l, Tuesi|i\. on the Sleen \ s.  transportation hut Ibis could lie easily I -: 'bms-in c.iso which was -ol again for  remedied by put I ing in a I ram way lo j[ "''n-u silav. Ch.ts. WiKi'm, Q. C. as-  Ihc Columbia, and from llioroaiio.il1 sK -,,,!'- ^piagg"': Kiilton ,V: Ward  could ply lo Rovolsloko or fui-lli.'i-on  lo   Trail.       Willi   Ibis   company,    the  Fi eiiell ( 'i eek Co., 1 bo London and B.  ('.Alliance .Syndicate, and oilier.-, all  operating in die Bond -time efloil  should ho -lioeos-fully in.ulo to gel in  inipi-ov eiiieiils on I he i ivor and a I oad  (o above I he can you.  Two Year:, in Klondyke.  On Wednesday's No. 1 liain were  seven men ol die Nol lb West Moluili-d  I',(lie,- in ��������� chiii'ge of Slalf Sergeant  11 ichi'ti'd:- and  Assisl.i.ni.  (.'om mission or  i- i'cent    D.ui,   and    Rod vvell,    livin.r  oi I   Du'l uie tor Fiisl  Rol'iiuson.  Soigl Wiusiiop, of 'Jul Bait, oth  Regiineiii of Canadian Artillery, and  Online S.-oti. of the l-i R.itt., passed  I lift hi-; i I,(Me Monday leiinniiig fiom  llie ���������) il1,lice in London'. ,TI**v .showed  th'-ii (Jiieen's mod.ds vvidi '{,mo.iI [iiide  .old sp ,l,e en! husiast ie.dlv' of' all lliev  suv .nol of t lieir 11 e it uioiil." They sa v  the (Jan Wfi ins weie so like the hoine  troops that thev vmm e not (list ingu'isliod  as easily ;>, 11 imps fiom other colonies.  Novel mind bo\ s Canada i.s proud' .of  liei1 i'Cjiici'iil.-ilj v e.-  f������ig PAGE %
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Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum
Sir- s-ri'.KTi.v ix iuvA.vci: '-J-i
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"Columbia," "Vancouver," "Kootenay," should, he worn, by everybody0, who wants a first-class
mountain hoot, -,
KKVKl-STOKK. AUGUST   7, 1SD7.
tCmrics of the I/iiiiier' government
��iin find some food for study in lhe
.trade figures for the year. An increase
in revenue with ;i decrease in duty.
Tk, as our local   contemporary-  says,
the Hon!   Mr.   Sifton   is   bumptiously,
ignorant and  a' " luiyseed " , it   strikes
us as being only   another   insiance   of
ithe pot calling the kettle black. ���   ]low
history repeats itself.    ,'
" *i���:	
The   denunciatioii   of   the   German
find Belgium trade   treaties   by   Great
J3ritaiu    is    tho    first   tangible     step
' towards  trade   unity  in ,tlie   Empire.
Your jingo  may   rave   and   wrap   the
jlag around him, but, "deeds arorfiTen,"
iind what are wanted nowadays.   Wind
js cheap.
. *-	
Tub Kossland Miner getting resigned to the Le Hot people's .decision to
Joeate at Northport says it i.s un-
/oitunato that, the. Intermit ional
,bouiid;iry -should be.ijusl where it is.
>>\Ve' assure you Miliar vve have 'no
objection to carrying it, a degree or so
/urtlier' south. It would settle the
jSinelter question for the nonce, you
jenow and savetbe placing of export
jduty on pyrotitf. ores.
Pre Shipments via Revelstoke.
"    The shipments of  ore via Hevelsloke
fin-July mouth were as follows :���   ,     ,
mineralized. Tho smelting ore carries
copper, galena and antimony apparently, all (lecoinpo-od and friable, and
carload- could he -hoveled out : the
,t he ^ilicious ore will have to be bla-tod.
Last w inl era tunnel was run in. cut ting
ibi- ore body 100 fed lower dow n, a
little oliliijuely. "and there the ore
lioilie- are better defined and the ore i.s
just the -ame as on the tan f.iee. The
tunnel continued for 70 led through
ore and aboul 12 foot tin-ther into the
countiy rock. A drift, was run Id.- ."<()
loot on the fool wall streak nf .-inching
ore, and hold a nearly uniform width
all the way. Tlie work ha.s been done
vvith a view to large oporai ions. Good
(rails and commodious quarters have
boon provided; iu short, there is
nothing small about the properly.
Otto Aiiisi.inc.    ,
Moscow, Idaho, July l.">, 1S07.
There are Others.
Gen. Charles Waircn has this to i-;iy
about. Klohdykc : All this talk about
Klondyke being the richest country
the world has known is bosh. Aldoi
(iulcli, in Montana, produced $100,000,-
(MX), in gold and ,rvvas probably < the
gieat est placer country ovoi discovered
on earth.-Virginia City, the old capital
of Montana, was located (here- It was
disc(iv( red in lStM, 'and .$30,000, (XX) in
gold were taken out. of tbe sands the
first year the mines wore worked. In
1866 the Archie McGregor company
M'curod $2,000,000 iii'00 day.s oft* of
Montana Gulch. They bought,.-ill the
beer kegs there were in the country,
put, the gold in the kegs, hired 20 men
with Henry rifles, built Mackinaw
boats and HoaLcd down the Missouri
River. Last Chance Gulch, where
Helena is situated, for many years
never failed to take oil liis much weallh
as the eiil ire Alaska country has taken.
.Some people are inclined to go wild
over Alaska,'but when it is remembered that this shipment is the accumulated washing* of six months, there is
not si! much Lo blow aboul. Right
hero is a mining country,'good .enough
for any man, and one'lhat vviil boiii'l-
prosperity when llie Klondyke diggers
are all broke.     c
Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, School Books and
.Supplies, Wall Papers.
In addition to a full line of
PURE DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES
We carry the only; uptodate stock of above lines in
Revelstoke. '.,'���*
Magazines, Periodicals and .School Books supplied at, Publishers prices.
CANADA DRUG & BOOK 00.; Ltd.
CHAS. R. MCDONALD Mgr.,
Revelstoke Station.
Jas. McMahon,
General  Blacksmith [-
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
.Wagons,   heavy   or   light,    buill   and
icpaired. <
Horseshoeing a specially.
Prospector's Picks.     Miner's Tools. .
Large supply of iron, steel and shoes.
Orders  in   any   branch   of   the   trade
executed in a'woikiiianlike manner.
PROFESSIONAL.
QHAS. R. CARLYON,
Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor
and Notary Public.
it-iJ'OKKIC'IC:   ltiiiiiii '-��. Pool  Hlock, Ituvulslokc.
ReVclstoke - Hospital.
Maternity ward in eonnoclion.
Vaccine kept, on hand  ....
Drs. McKcchnlc and Jeffs,   -   Attendants.
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Wi LSON,
1 Local Merchant Tailor.
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To suit figure or purse.
BUILDER AND
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Drawing's.
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call and see Maclean who can design yon one in any
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Revelstoke Station, B.C,
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VALUE.
'.Payne	
,.. .280,(XK)
$11,117
jSlucan Star,,,. ..
,,,.000,000
2S,.j2J)
Kntorprise.,,,,, .
,.,. 100,000
,111,121
Jioco , ,
    I0,(X)0
.-i,470
Lanark ,,,
.,,���5S0.000
11). 70S
Jdaho ,,..
.,,,. 80,000
4,.V>2
Total	
,.1,019,000
.$7H,S27
fljjts For the Critics.
The figures of the year's foi eign trade
,��s nearly $17.000,0<X) larger than for
t J81X1 and the pj'oduels are also much
better. The free goods enlered in '!Xi
���vere $:-J7,��JS,HWJ and in '97 were $10,-
.472,027. The average duly in ISiHi was
18:2Sin'Wjl7;:i
The total trade, according to ollicial
figures but only taking imports onto rod
/or consumption, was, in 1807, $21."),-
.404.730 compared with $223,272.<X)0 in
�� lSiXI.-a giii'i for J-he year just closed of
_$20,000,OW,- Tbejargesl-previous total
Jtiade was in ]S!W when it W!i>.$2:J/,2��!),-
- /XKJ or $.$.000,000 less than this year.
A Shuffle in Provincial Politics.
The iscntinel says .there is a rumor
jgoitiL' the rounds that JJ.un. (f. B.
jUarlin is lo get. the'.Speakership upon
the resignation of ljon. D. H. Iliggins,
.and  that   Hon,   T.   ijayiie   Daly,   ex-
- Minister of the Jntoiior, and now of
Rossland, .will ho offered the Chief
l.'ouiniissioiiei'shijiof Lands and Works,
and a constituency found for him.
Theie may he nothing iu this rumor,
hut it i* well known I lull the friends of
the Provincial CJovrrnnient. are endeavoring lo work T. Mavue Daly into
the next catiip.jigu and.he will have to
-    Jie guaranteed .something  good   befoie
declaring himself.
 ,,. ,. ����� ^- .���
The Waverley Mine,
The following Jotter lo the edilor of
ihe New Voi-k Jjiiyutirriit(/ runt Min-
iiuj Journal appear-,' in the last issue
;if that journal ;
Sir, ��� Jt�� your i>Hie of Juno 12. your
J.ontlojl foi'ro>poiidoiit, J nol ice, n--'
/erred Lo lhe , Waverley Minos Ltd.
On Jimc'jrd la si J visited the W.iver-
Jey cliiim, and u.s there seems to he
.-some doubt about iho si/<- and value of
/.ho projioi-ilioii, J will note down what,
I saw during my huriicd examination.
The ''laiui is located aboul on a level
���with the divide at the headwaters of
i he mir! Jl fork of the llh-cjllowaet, i ivor,
Jillt. (il) the JJownie crock watershed.
The distance from I hiyC, J\J{. is ahout
JJ.j miles ; grade for >'i railroad ahout
B0 foot per mile.
,A stratum   of grey  limestone ahoul
46 ft. thick   (lavor-sos  the  country for
/llilos  in   1,-iIcose slolo, /ill laying a 0011-
��idi'|->ib|e diji fiom   Llie   perpendicular.
On    Ihe    Wiiverley   claim    I bin   whole
strata of   |jiiit-b)one   js  displaced by an
,/ire liody (if flint si'/,o. and al- the surface
ii (5-foot aiid   JO.fool,  body of smelling
./ire was exposed at I lie   fool, and iia.'ng-
inn wall.
There   is  over  20   fi, of  siliciops ore
f/rVyypy))   th^r.  .and    very   uniformly'
Klondyke Mining Laws.
The regulations governing placer
mining in lhe Yukon are as follows :  '
(,'lifiise ti.��� Kntrv -shall only be grant-
ed for alternale olaitus, the other alternate claims being reserved for lhe
Crown to be disposed of at'public
a'net ion or in such manner as'inaybe
decided' upon by the Minister of the
Intoiior. The iieiialt v for trespass on
a Crown claim is cancellation of existing clam and the refusal of the trespassers turtboi  applications.
The rov.ilty clause is No. II,.and provides lhat. ii* loyalty of 10 per cent,
shall bo levied and collected, by oflicors
to lie 'ippointed foi the purpose, from
claims yielding not mine than $300 a
week, and 20 per colli, on any excess of
that sum, s-ucli royalty to form part of
the consolidated revenue fund of
Canada.
Lumbermen Perplexed.
Since  the    passage   of   the    Dingley
tariff bill some of the American luuibei -
men who own Canadian pine  are   in   a
fix.    Otic' liriii has  a  eon tract  for   put- |
ting in twenty-live to fifty million  feet '
of .log.s  iievl   wiiiti'i-.   with   an   option1
onlv ;ts to'nuanlit v. but. 1 ho cont i-aotoi- '
iiiiist.   get   the   word   how   much, next
week.    If I hey should, pul   in   tuenly-'
five millions,   and   lhe   Can.ult.-iil   Gov-!
eminent should impose .111 export duty '
j of $:l a thousand   they   uonkl   have   to'
i pay $73,OOO. besides tin- t^w hill  to ,tret
logs aero��s   the  lake.'     If   thev   sJiouM
have the logs cut in Canada they Would
have to pay ."I'l   duty or,  more.   Ix-sides
tl).-"ft eight' iu order to gel, t h-   lumb.-r
into the'Uniled Sl.il,-.
OH. ELLACOTT,
U.A. He. (McGil.i.).
J'rovhiciitt. Land Survni/or.
.Siii'vcys'uxcciited in any purl of the , I'rovincu
with iiuuiirauy and dispaleh.
BOX iil. ' ROSSLAND, B. C.
REAL, ESTATE AND MINING.
\ FRED   B. WRONG,
Real Estate and Mining, Broker,
' --FEWHLSON, 13.C���
Tlio Sandon of the Trout I^ikc District.
Correspondence Solicited.
C. S. DOUGLAS,
Real Estate and Mining Broker,
13J Cordova Si., VANCOUVER, B.C.
1AMPHKLL & CO.
Fashionable Tailors'.
Cor. Broad St. & Trounce Ave..
,. Opposite'tho Driard,
Late of Goveriimeiit'.St.reof,
'VICTORIA, B. C.
Importers of Fine Scotch and Kiitflish Roods.
m IIOMAS BROS. & GRANT,
���i TAILOKS-
Suit.s from .$12.. Pauls from $3.
Sample and   measurement forms  sent,
,      on application. ���
92 Government St.,        .  '
White labor only.        <���        VICTORIA,   B. C.^
MISCELLANEOUS.,
���   ,   GUY  BARBER,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.   .,
vou pre er.
nteriors  and   interior decorations are'
Decorations,' Hank   Fixtures,
- shewing   pannelled   dadoes,
Screens, Verandahs, Stairway.-*
suit the market.
his specialties.' Store
Hotel Fixtures ; ���Hall
frescoes, etc.; Artistic
, etc. can be trot out to
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
\AAOl 'C  I FAF :
Vlni   L-L-', L.LL_H-r-
,,     '      ILLECILLEVi/AET, B.C. ��� , ;
The Pioiieer Hotel of��the Pioneer
camp of West Kootenay.
'Good'rooms, iie^vly furnished. '. -      -���     -      Hest talkie in town
Choicest Liquors and Cigars.,   Commercial Room. ,
__________ T. RICHARDSON. P,
ROP c
T. MATHEVyS,
Real Instate and Miniivr Hroker
319 Cordova St.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
1 Mining stocks and properl ies bought,
and sold 011 commission. Correspond-
o'noo solicited.
BEAUMONT BOGGS &. CO.
'Mining Brokers.
VICTORIA, B. C.
E.
pi card;   ���
Contractor   and  Builder.
Mines and Mining Stocks.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Phi iis and   Spocifical imis   prepared   on
short, nol ice. '
��� REVELSTOKE, B.C.
p   H.' HEAPS & CO.,
Machinery Brokers,
.VKi Cnrdova Street,
'    ' " VANC0UVKI1, B.C.
: The CROWN POINT ,'K0TEL
TRAIL
li.'
C
Lighted th I'oughout wilh electric light.
improvements.
Baths, and all modern
PETERSEN   BROS.,
PROPRIETORS.
First-Class in Ever/ Respect.
Sample-rooms for Commercial Men.
FOR SALE���A (puiiilily of Unlit, second hand
Steel ItniR
J. R. HULL & OO.
BARBERS.
A , McNEIL,
BARBERSHOP AND BATH ROOM,
Front Street. Revelstoke.
'(
H.v.rcut, 25c.|   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving
Tickets for SI.00.
p    L. JOHNSON,
Hkv*i:i.s*tok'i-: .Station', li.C.
- - o -
Haircut and shave 50c   tnnnn
!'he
magnificent   now   sinjrj,.    span
tiri,dgo of rbe (Siand Triuik H'lihv.iy, at
Niagara Fall-, .u.ii which isM.iking the
pk-ico of  t In- old Suspension   I 1 idgo.   is
'now pi act i'-.illy finis-lied.
'" NOTICE.
���' Ktliii'nnrkli"   Minci-.ii   f'K'iiin.   -dilate   iii   th'-
Illci-illow.u-l .Mining I>i-.isi,,ii ,������ Wist Kinii
cnay Il'-anct.    V\ I htm lu,-,tt'-,l.- -A noi-ilti-rlv
cmi 11-K111    up,,11     the    KliiMlit-t.lt     iiiui"l.il
t-l.-iini. l-'is'.i !.',-, or. ,
rp.VICK XO'l'K'K ili.il r. W.ill.-r .- -ott. .uliiirf,
1 11-' ,'>\,'i-iit fur Ih'1 I-'i-h line: C'lppcr .uui 1
Siln:r Minnie ( t'lii|i.ii!.v I.iinili-tl. l-'i-i-c .Vtintf- j
('(���itlllt-.iii-N'i. Ml I'll, nil,-ml, -i\u i|.i\- foiiii
tlie tin(t- hi-n ,,f. ijnipph to tin- .Mi 111 nic Ci t nrdr i- !
fur .1 (','i'lill,-.-iti' of iiii|ii-,iiit-ii),-iit-. fur lli<- pur- ,
piisi- of 11I1I,lining a ' 'low n Ki-niit of tin- .ilmve
,-1,111,1. '
Anil fiirt hor lake  nntii-i-  tiiat. aeli',|i.   mi'lf-r
-,','tiiin   .'17,    intist    1m-   cf.iiiineti'T't    tiffon-    th'-
i-siiiiiii t- ,,f -nii-li 1 t-i'l ill, .itr of iinprov cinciil-        |
D.il'-d I liis Joth (hiyiif .Inlj, M'7, 11 '��
NOTICE.
" l-;ii/..tlM-tli Mint-iMl f'l.iiin. -titn.-U'-   in   the   lilt'--;
t'illt'��-,i,-t.   Minim,'   Division  of   W,--i   K<,<,!-
i:iiii> liisli-ii-l.    H'lifi-,- lot at'-tl:--A norl herly '
t-s'lciision upon   111'-   St-otni   mil,,-nil   claim, ,
I-'i-h Itivi-r. '
r|1AI<K Nd'I'ICIO I hai   I.   Walter Scot I. adliti','
J     an ,i|/rnl   for   the   l-'i-h   liner f'ojipi-r ami
Sihi-r .Minlni; ('"inpuny I.ii'iitcl.  Ki-'-c   Miiitr-
('(���i-tilieiile N'o.   ill till,   inldiil.  si\t\   il.ij,-   fi'.m
I he (j.ilti lici'i-iif, L'i iippij I" the Mi 111 ii-,- i.'t, or lt-r 1
for a ei-rlillt ale of mipi'ovt iiicnt-t.   for   lite   pur   |
\)<>i<'. of <l!jl.lining n Crn�� 11   uranl   (if   tin-  hIiiiK'.
i-liLiin. ,
And further take  nolii-c   that   aclion.   uinlei- ,
-CljIiOII     i!7.     IIIIMl      lit'    COIIIMIf'lle.I'll      lll'l'il'e      Ihi-   >
is-miincc of si iel 1 ccrliflt ale of improv euit iit->        I
Diilctl Ihis-Jillh tl,.} of Jul}, l-!)7. 11 Ml
���vg^r Comfortable Parlors.
Opposite Drug Store.
Wholesale    and   Retail
BUTCHERS.
Purveyors of High-class-Meats.
REVELSTOKE, B.O.
All orders in our line will be  promptly
alt.cnded lo.
The Staff of Life
is Bread.
o
The better, the bread the better
the staff.
_Gold Hill; Hotel
; " F RAN K VA N I )A L L. Pkopriktok.
Best Table in Town, Well Furnished Rooms,
Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Everything Strictly First-Class;
Terms $2 per day.a      l Kamloops Heer on D
raught
AS3AYERS.
Fl'
O.WAKf)  WTvST,
(A'-<���>< iiiti- of Uojai S.-liool of Minus
Loii'loi), Kn-^i'ii.tl.l
Mining   Engineer,    Analytical    Chemist
and   A"��8ayer.
A. N. SMITH,
Baker and Confectioner,
Rkvi:i.stokk Station.
One car Luke of lhe Woods limn- now  oni-oiito.
1'roiii-it i'"0-\aiiiiii,-'l add i'ept,rl.."l on.
NKW [iKN'VKl:
H. <\
w
ol'KI.LKW" IIAKVI'JV. K.C.S.
(M. nih. N. Kit/   Ih-t , M. .v- VI.K.i
Ifintiif/ I'jit'jini'f-r ii ml .iHXfii/rr.
V i.vrui'VKlt, 15. ('.
Cl">ck,n(; Smn'.trr Palp a Sp'sc.i.ilt/.
11} irraiiK'-iti'-nt- with Knrop'-.m -loejier^
ati\ aiit-i'-, �� ill l,e init'l'-',ii ,:,,|M!7iiiit,'nt- of
on -��� ami mat .'-���>. op ro an-, vn! n .
('an I'li.'in AK��'ii',: Th" Ci���'-I fiold K.tiniliii"
Ca . r,pl . (Oa-K"'.v. , .MiU'Artlii.':' l-'orrt -I
('.laiiide   I'M.'-i-ris.
X. fl.    Cdinjii-t'nt men '"iipl,,;���''���'!.    NopnpiU
NOTICE.
" Seoliii '   Mineral   Clnim.  -Unite   in   lhe   f !!�����-
i-illcivat-t,   Miniiix   I >i \ iMi.iii   oi    Wist    1-Cont-
eiiny   IMstrit 1.     VVh'-n-    lo-al'-l;   On    llie
north side of (Jrnniti-'l 'r,-t,-k, l-'i-'h I'ivor.
rilAICK XilTICK l.hitt. f,   Wnlu-r S.-oll. 11, tim;
]      a-(iii;i'iil   for Ihe   Ki-di   l.'ivcr  ('..pptr and
.-iilvor MiniiiK I'oinpaii}' I.iiniliMl,  l-'rt:o   MumrH
Cia'tilhtal,'-Xo.  Mllill,   int'Mitl,  xlxt.y. tla.VH   Irom
I lie ihtlc li(,i-':of, lo ii pply I.oI.Ihi Mining l.'ticonlcr
fiirac.iii-l.illiuit.d of iiii|iroveni(!iits.' foi'  lhe   pnr-
posiMif otiliiiniiiK a t'rovvii Ifi'aiit. of  Iho   a.hovi:
eliillll.
,. And further Ink'! aol.lcn thai. n. Lion. I'linlnr
sn.'l.loii i!7, inusl |l.io .'.!(iiiiliiii.li(;.'il liaforn Iho
ixsiiiulf- ol'Mii'ih i.'iM'tllieiiti! of IliiproviuiK nl-i.    ,
.'Iluted l,lii-i'J.ll..i (Iiiy of .Inly, l��l/.
/y^'i'f^K
/-* \J T.*> -c> c,-   ^'j   / ^ -A
\&**A   tow/'
FRED. M. WELLS, Mime Examiner. ,
('. V. ll. land Males'are lioouiiiig. The
coriipauy sold I7,'(K)0 iji-i-i'n last, month
foi'tlie shim of ���Jpr)'0t(.i00,: which 'i.i tim-o
(lilies the (|iiai.il il,y sold lim( your diu'-
jlig I ho saine i;ii'uil1i. ���   ,.
J. Hutchison & Co.,
(Opposite (���nveriimeiit Ollice,)
firoceries, hc-ed, I'"niit, always
fresh and full stock.
NEW STORE. NEW STOCK.
Short   Accounts.
F. McCarty
Wholesale and Retail ���
: . . BUTCHER . . !|
i
UKAI.KIC  IN I
Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,
Driving and Draught
Horses.
Revelstoke Station, B.C.
Stockholm House. <
*    . .J. ALIJUUT STONK, I'lioi'ifinroit.
The Dining Room is furnished with the hest the
Market affords.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS;
THE CENTRAL  HOTEL
AIIHAHA.MSON   IH!Ott., Pijoi-imhtohs.
First-class Table
Telephone
r,|
Good Beds   ���   Fire-proof Safe
'Bus Meets all Trains.
EEYELSTOKE,      B.O.
THE   QUEEN'S   HOTEL
AI5KAIIAMSON   liliOS.,   Phopiiiutoiis. '
,    Everything new and First-class in all Respects.
The House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in ths Market rp  ME. KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE "3.  E      <  Trout Lake'>City Items.,    -  Thos. Wilson came in from Trail last  weeli losoe. how his building vvas pio-  gres.siug. Tl. would soon he' finished  hut foi the prevailing  scarcity of liim-  An assay office has been opened here  by Mr. Mr. Blood**].    It. fill's a long-fell,  , Willi t.  O. R.   Raymond of Trail,   generally  known as " Doe," paid us a flying visit  , last'  week.      He invested   on   Victoria  street and departed the next day.  Alt. Ferguson of Evan & Co., Nt-Non,  i.s also buying properly with a vie.v of  extending their business.  - Black- & McLennan, have broken  ground for their now hotel-on Kellie  street. They have selected one (if the  highest points on the towusile, alford-  ing a splendid view (if Lhe lake and  , river. The hotel, when completed,  will'be on" of lhe finest, in ' Konteiiay,  with large billiard hall, parlors and reception rooms, hard finish Ibi-oiighoul.  Something'of a novelty in Ibis part, of  the country.  An Oddfellows and .Masonic lodges  are talked of. Theie is plenty of good  material and a 'suitahlc hall ,can lie  procured. " '  ,  The sawmill is  a good   deal   like I he  old woman   who" tried  to  swoop back  'the sea.    Jt is not in it.    The,mill is all  right hut, tbe le.-s said , about   t he'iiiaii-  iigeiiienL the bettor.  A. Miinroe reports a good showing  -in tbe Fiee Coinage and expects to  make it one of (he leading mines of  the camps al an early date.  , 'H: McPherson will open ' up ,the  Sivvash Fi action on the Great Norlhei n  lead. If Lhe. ore come-; up Lo expectations he will ship next, vvinlet.  E. L. Kininan has returned from his  claim near llaskins Point. The claim  is very conveniently si Lira ted for development work, and he will crosscut  the load sis soon as supplies can be  t^iken in. - '  McCarthy <S: Robins-m the successful  bidders for erecting the government  building, have starled clearing the  ground. They will ha ye the building  completed in six weeks.  of the Indian word or words Thron-  dak or Duick, which means plenty of  fish, from the .fact that it, is a. famous  salmon stream. It is marked Toudack  on our maps. Jt joins the Yukon from  the oa������t. ii few miles above the site of  Fort Reliance, about 50 miles above  Forty Mile"."'  FLEMING ^HAMILTON  NOTICE.  -VTOTICE LS ITK'fKHY GIVEN' Unit liie  _J_\ -' undersigned Win. Kirkui> intend- fi'l days  after date to make .ippliciilion to llie l'lii..-f  ('oiiiiiii-siioiicr of Land-- .md 'Work-* for permission tij purchase one liumlrcil and <i\ly  acres of hunt sitimted ulioiit one mile up Un:  Columbia Itivc-r from llie mouth of Uovwiio  Creek in West Kootenay District. Coinim-iicin^  .ita post marked Initial I'o-t, Win. Kirkiip,  N. W. corner; thence riiiuiiia; 40 cfy.iiiis  southerly nloiii? the ca-t Ij.mk of the C'olunibi.i  Itiver; Uienee Kl L-Imiiis c,i,s|; thence tU chains  north; thence li) chains west, to llie place of  commencement.  WM. KIUICUI'.  July 13, 1S!I7.        ��������� ,      i:������it  ! LIVERY, EXPRESS  AND "DRAYING.  Headquarters for  stove" wood.  J. C. HUTCHISON,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Heavy    Draying   or   Transfer  work a specialty?  .Se.isoiu."! wood, t.-onl or stove lentflli-, on  hand  at,nil times.    Leave orders nl   \\". 15. I'c.ku  ,  & I'n.'s store. ,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  CASH for; raw furs  '' O. \V"1ULI)\\'1N, Kiiinloops B.C.  repiesoiiting Joseph lillinaini, St. Paul.  Now York, iind ' London,, England,  gives a,fair iind sqti.uo aswu t in(.-nt'|  and allows full value i'oi���������iiil kinds of  taw furs. Shipments .solicited. Pitnnpt,  iel urns assured. '  OOZJ^OVEZEZRiOXAL  HOTEL  ���������   Corner of Hastings and Canibie Streets,  ' VANCOUVER, ,B. C.  THE KOOTENAY LUMBER CO.,  LIMITED LIABILITY.  MMftSSfltth  ALL KINDS OF  COMAPLIX, B.C.  ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.  At the Company's Store,is carried a Full Stock of General  Merchandise :    Miners' Supplies nnd Outfits at close rates.  P.O.   AltHOWHKAl*.,  TrcUiC-KAI'H TO CdJUI'LIX.  (rains aiidj stearueis,   and   makes  daily  (loinnuiiiicatioii is thus established witli  The Company's S.S. " LARDEAU " connects wilh all C.P.R  trips helwoen Arrowhead and Comaplix and Thomson's Landing.  ;ill points in,I ho.Lardeaii, Trout Lake and Fish Crook disli icls.  The Company's tug "'ARCHER" is ready to cnlcr into lowing and freighting contracts. '  The Townsite of, COMAPLIX is being surveyed nnd will shortly, he jilaccd-ou' t he market,    ('omaplix  is the out IH ting puinl and headquarters for (he Lardeau aiid'Fish Crock districts now being opened up.     IL  occupies a beautiful sil nation, high and dry, on lhe N.K. arm of Upper A now hake, eight ��������� miles   from' Arrowhead.    Deep water for vessels ail t he year round.    Good hotel accoiiimnilat ion. (  ���������r " ', , R. TAPPING, Agent for Revelstoke.  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.O.  Equipped   with   Elevafor,   Electric   Hells,  modern   improvements.  Rates .$2 per day. ���������'  Heated   wilh   hot  water,  and all  G. TIIOMA.S, Phopiuistok.'  Largest Pump m'the World.  The largest pump iii (ho world is  al  Lake Linden, Mich., and is owned  and  opera led    hy  the   Calumet and   Ilecla  Mining   company,   says   the, Chicago  liecont. The'Cnliimet and llocla pump,  named the Michigan, is,a truly nun vel-  ltir.s piece of mechanism,  it can deliver  2,500.000 gallons of water evei y hour in  the 2-1  .without   being  crowded  to   its  limit  of capacity, and   it, will,do  the  work with .-carcolv  as   much   noise as  is made hy Iho   opoiatioii   of   an   old-  stylo ' sewing   machine.     Oul>ide   t he  -'doors   of   tho   groat-   building'   which  houses it. no sound-is heard from  within, and, standing   beside   lire   inuiisler,  upon  tiie brink   of  life   pit   connected  with '.lie lake'from which the water  is  taken, almost I he only sound   hoard   is  the noise of tlie-suol inn, as with  every,  stroke mote,  than  a 'tliou-aud, gallons  are .lifted. '    Briefly,   it .  is    a  , triple  expansion   pumping   engine    wilh    a  capacity of 00,00 1,000 g ill-ins,   stand ing  .nearly fifty feel in height and requiring  1,500 iiorso-povv or for its ope latum.    It  has been proved   by  actual   Lesls thai  the   nominal   capacity   can    be   easily  maintained for an indefinite time without., injury or si rain, ami that if pushed  to   its   full   on|.-icily  Ihe   pump-would  handle approximately 75.000.000gallons'  of   water  in   I weuLy-foiir  eonsectil ivo  hours.    Thesduly   of  the   pump  is   to  furni.sh,,water for the great stamp mills  , of lire   Calumet, and ,1 Iecla   company.  The pi'nnp is housed in a special   liuild-  ' ing near the shore of Lake  Torch  and  below tho mills, and il forces a  steady  Mi-emii of water (o the upper   portions  of I hf mill,   whore   innumerable small  jets play upon   Ihe  great  slime tables  and jigs.    Hon* the specific gravity   of  the fine particles  of  copper  contained  iu the rock separate lhe   mineral   from  wort bless sand, and I he.size and   force  of the streams ofuwater, are  so  nicely  regulated as   to   wash  away   the  sand  and yet. carry with il Lhe minimum  of  copper. ,i  LARDEAU AND TROUT LAKE.  DAILY STAGE LINE: Thomson's Landing to Trout  '' ' <   Lake City and Ferguson.  St ago loaves Thomson's every iiiorui:ig,-aL "-o'clock, for Trout   Lake   City- and  Ferguson; returning, leaves those, places.al 2 p.m. ,  FREIGHTING AND TEAMING. ���������      '   ,  (ioo<H'reighL warehouses and quick 'dispatch.     For all 'information about transportation or hauling in L.'ii'(leau''and Trout Lake write.       . ,  ���������"   .    ��������� " ,       CRAIG & HILLMAN,  [    , ' '   Thomson's Landing, B.C.  Best of everything going?-  RUSSELL <&  HEROD,   Prop's.  IMPERIAL   BANK  OF  GANADA.  Capital Authorized,  Capital Paid-up,  -   -  Rest, <  -  $2,000,000  1,963,600  '      1,156,800  ',������������������'' ��������� ' .  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  ���������REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B^C-  Assays on Gold and Silver. ,  Analysis of All Metals made at lowest pates.  Piopo'ris iii-idc on properties,  Prompt,  and   Ooirccl  (rive lire n call.  Results "iGuaia'ntoed.  - DIRECTORS: .  H. S.' HOWLAND,       -       -       President.  T. R. MER.RITT, '' ���������    -      Vice-President.  William Ramsay. Hugh Ryan. Robert  \       Jaffray.   T. Sutherland Stayncr.  Head Office,  TORONTO.  D.  R. VVILKIE, General Manager.  **���������.iu._iu.jf j-vt.:  ���������F^  The   present, centre   and future  headquarters for       ' ��������� !���������-  ' MINING .OPERATIONS IN'BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���������     lilt A yCJIKS /A' OA'TA IHO :  Kssex, Koi'kus. O.ill. IiiKOi'still,' N'i.-iiruni l-'ulls.  Port Calbornc. Km Port.ie.,'0. SI. Cntliiiriiies  S.iuil. Hlu. Marie, fit, ,Tliuiu.is, VVclliuid,  VV'tKidstock. '   -  'fl'ur' W'olliiiicton SI.and bL-iidui-Liuio  ToitOS'ro-J Yoni,'0 iiiid Queen His. llriuit-li.     ,  '  ' V, Yonito iukI l.lotir Sis. Hr.uii.-li.  JJR.LXCllllS JNXOHTJl- Ufh'ST:  Hi-.iiiiltin. Man. Purl.'iKe' I*i Prairie'. Miui.  t'aly.ir.v. .Vlliorl.i. Prince .Vllirrl. Saik.  Kitiiuiiitoii. Alia.   WiniiiiiL-ir, Mini.'  .O  The Kootenay Smelting  , ,     ��������� i, i n i  i '  n i  ������ ���������  .������������������'& Trading Co: Ltd. ���������;���������������������������  BRITISH COLUMBIA :  t,  Viiiicouvm-.      -       ' c   '  -���������    ���������' \ . ���������       AGENTS: ���������  London. Ksr... Lloytl's Hunlc: Ltd.  , Hank of Mtint real.   ,  l'uvclstoko.  Ni:w VoitK,  The' Jubilee Stamps:  lion. Mr. Muloek's idea of issuing  Jubilee slumps has hoon suooossl'ul  heyoinl all oxpeelalions. Besides being  a pleasing feature of Lhe Jubilee year  tt will add eloso upon $2oll.OOO to Ihe  revenue of the eounlry. and has in-  erea.sed the eorrospoiidonoc of the Dominion lo ii consitloralile extent. The  i'dslniastei'-Goneral * h.-is now deeided  to authorized the is-siie of partial sots.  , lOvoi y ' acting pu-l tnasler in Canada  will he supplied wilh partial sols from  i eont, up lo o0 cents, and from l^cenls  up lo $1. (lie distribution being made  in proportion to Lhe volume of business  of each ofTice. ��������� This will piaclirally  exhaust the rare Jubilee slumps but  there will probably be about 30.IXX) of  these parlial so Is so llial everyone  who desires tii spend ."���������() eoiiLs or $] for  such inleresLing souvenir will have an  opportunity.  TROUT  It. \V. Bryan has icsigned Lhe niaii-  JiKo'iK'Ul "f tl"' Kaslo & Shieaii railway. His successor is (Jeorge K. Cope-  land, an easl cm railroad man. Air.  Bryan leaves the Ka-lo A: Slocan lo  lake a position wilh the Croat.  Northern.  "The name ���������('���������lundyke,' --ays Surveyor  Olgvie iu his report, to lhe Dominion  govcinmoul,   "is  a   niisproiiuiicial ion  NOTICE.  XTOTICK I.S IlKltKIIV tllVKX llnil. |, tl,,.  J_N iiiitli'i-siKiK'd. ('. II.'I't'iiiplL', iiilt'iul, si\ly  ��������� luys iit'tt-r tliilt: tn niitki: niiplir.it ion to (lit:  Cliitif <'oiiiliiisMiiiinii' of Liuitls mid VV'ni'Us ftir  lirriiiis-iiiiii In ixircliimt.- one IiiiiiiIi-l-iI anil si\Iy  itcrcM tif land hiIiiilIciI iilitiul. si\ urn I ii-iiull' milos  frtiin I ho moo 111 nl' ('arm's Cn-ok, on Hit- not t li  fork of suit! creek, in VV't si ICooleiiiiy (litli-itl.  <'<>liiliioni;iii|," tit, ii ptisl ninrki'il "Inil inl pn-l ('.  II. 'rt-inpli-'-, S, VV. t'tirni'i-,' I lit'ii.-t' eni.i��������� ilive foi I y  uliiilns nortli, l.licnef forty tliiiin.-i (.-iis|��������� llii-in-'e  fiil.'ly ohiiins Kont.li, lln,litni" forty eliiiins w'esl lo  liliice nf t.Mniiiiolii-iiii't'iil. ('.' II. TKMI'I.K.  Jiiiit: -'(illi. 1X17. I ]-'.![  ITY  NTA-C  It is the centre of the Lardeau mining district.  It' will have railways .to  the north and south.  Its^climate is superb.  It has plenty of building  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber at reason?oble  prices on the spot.  Its lake aftords exceptionally good trout  fishing.  It has a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus obtaining an absolutely  clear title. ' i  OUT LAKH CITY  is reached bv rail from  Revelstoke to Arrowhead, 28 miles ; thence  b,y steamer, io miles, to Thomson's Landing"; and a short  stage of 1 2 miles ; tlie^eTuifcr  journey occupying".'only 6 hours,  through magnificent mountain  and lake scenerv.  Well-known     mining     promoters and -capitalists1 already  have their   representative's   on  the,  ground,    and    it    i.s   , no  boomer's dream to sav that be-  fore another six- months Trout  Lakk Cirv will  be a bustling-  centre of business and the principal town in this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new centre of attraction   for   the   best   mining  (enterprise,    skill    and    capital  which   British    Columbia    has  I magnetized within her borders.  The climate and  soil of the  district are all   that   could   be  .desired by therancher.gardener  ior    fruit    grower    for    whose  products a profitable and rapidly   increasing   market   exists ;  whilst  to   the   sportsmen    the  neighborhood affords game in  .plenty.  Tlie accommodation includes  good hotels, stores, post office,  recording office, butcher shop  and many private residences.  Building   operations' are   in  full progress, and the establishment of-the sawmill  will tend  still more   to enhance   the  Bonds and debentures "bought and sold.  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.  iNiiiil  S80 PACIFIC LINE  nn-:  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  FROM REVELSTOKE  To all Points  East and  West.  HAVE FOR SA  i .    - - . < >  -? i ,   ���������  A number of lots centrally located  i* i      t*  in tlieir Townsite  EVELSTOKE,  The central point of  through tickets to  Vancouver; Winnipeg, SI. Haul,   Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, Now York'.  1 i  First-class dining and sleeping-  cars on all trains.*  TlirmiKli Tourist cars to St. P.wl duil.v, anil  Lo  Toi-oiito every Monday,  and  Montreal and  lloslon every Thursday.       ���������  i   ,. -      -  Purchase tickets to your tU'sl.iiitilion  nnd' have  '.vour Ii.hjckiijcc clu-eUc'il llirauyli.  I''tir full information nslo inlcs, liine.ielc.. apply to nc-iK'sl I'.P.lt. Agent, lo  T. W. Hli.VDSllAW. A Kent. ISuiolsloke.  Ortii    K. .1. I'OYLK.  Ilislricl P.isiJeiiKt'i- AKi'iil. Viuiuoiiver..  NORTH  KOOTENAY.  b^^s^t t:e:e?,:m:s.  T.  L HAIG, ' ��������� ,  Resident Agent,  RFA'LLSTOKK. B.C.  T.'J. LENDRUM,.  Trustee,  '      A INS WORTH.  B.C.  mediate  town.  Lrrov  vth  oi  this  im-  nsino'  OJE"1  LOTS.  nvnuhs, $33.  in  mo  nths,   $50   in   6  PEICES  Inside. $100; payable $33.33 down, $33.33  in 6 months.  Corners, $1 50;,payable ������zo down, $50 in 3  months.  (These prices a.re for a short time only.)  'I'. L.  ldAKi,  ki".Y!'.i.-inkr. tiincr.il Agent.  11 '.ti.C; I IMcl'lM' R-SOX. Tiit.ri  Laki. Ci;s, Rcidcni A  .xi  ������������������ent.  The - Canadian - Pacific  Steamship Co.'s  STEAMER  NAKUSP  Leaves Al'i'o'.vlitj.iil every Monthly, WoiIiii'mIiij'.  and    Kritliiy   foi'   nil   point-i    in    Ivoolenny,  liuikiiiK eoiinei-lion al. .Vnkiisp t'or all point-.  mi Nukiisp mul.Sluciiii l!y. niitl Sltii-.in Uike.  Close conneel.ioii ill l.'olison   for  Xelstai,   ICnslo,  linlfoiir, Pilot i'liy.  Close coiinei-titni nl, Trnil for   linsslunil,  Xorllo  port iind all poinls soul li.  I-'or f-ill  infoi-iniil.ion, lit-ki-N,  iniips.  clt:.. call  on or address  T. W. BRADSHAW,  AkciiI, L't'icNidkc.  Or to  It. M.vollllKfidi:.   "      (1KO. M('L.'I!I!I)WX..  Tr.iv. Puss. At,'('til. n's<   I'.i.ss. AkviiI,  Xi'ison.H.C. Viintjiiiivor. It.C.  Columbia & Western Ry.  TinioTaiilr Xo. li.  To Like oll'i'i-l Jul} if.  Ii*'.l7.  Jlnily Hot (M't-n Ti'.til niul Iin���������timid.  Xo. (i pn-s( nuer lcn \ es l.'o-sl.uiil    ���������, -   7:> ll it.in,  I'oniu-elh witli slcaiiiei-iil  !''iil.  No. II |'.'iss(.|i(;c'i'  linvcs Tiail  Owing to the erosion of the river bank the company find it  necessary to dispose of their smelting" buildings, furnaces,  90 h.p. engine and boiler, and 30 h.p. boiler. The whole  will be sold in part or en bloc.     Inquire of above.   .  IL. III.  for 1101 Ih.  *   S:i:i nan.  Ciiliiict-ls with l.'cd Mountain for Spnkano,  Nn. 'X pnsscnxoi- leaves l!o-sliind   -   ���������     11  Con is with (MM!, -ilc.-iinoi  Nn. I piw^cn^ur leaves Trnil     -     -     ���������  l-'i.'Kl pan.  ('iiiinot'l-s with (MM!, steiiineis from norlh.  No. I piis.en^cr leaves l.'ossliind   -    -   .'"Hll pan.  Coiinct-ls with lietl Moiiiij.iiii for Spokane.  No. o passeiip;!'IciivcH Trail.   -   -,���������  -   >'>:l"i pan.  ('onneetii Willi st.i-iiinei- l.yl li!ii''al, Trull.  (icnei-nl Ollioes: V. I'. CltiTKLlb'S. -  'Trull, P. (', (icnei-iil Supl.  ABSOLUTELY FREE ! !  1   , GIVEN AWAY'MONTHLY  As a premium In user- of our  1���������������*������*. SOAPS.  b't'l urn l.ho ( otipous al I ho end of  each,  uioiil h and st.intl a ohaiico  of   vviuniii;^  I bis Leant il'ul machine.  Each   25c.  Bar   entitles  you to one coupon.  Anv of our various brands count  in this competition.  No better SOAP on the market.  FINDLEY & CO.,   STANDARD   bOAP   WORKS,  Hastings Si., A'AXCQUYivR, B.C. -���������      ,  FSffso^BKKseaass  "KKB'fe i'AG.'-: 4,
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WEILER .BROS.,
VICTORIA. I1C.
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Loyal Orange Ledge No. 1G3S.
Kt-Kiil.ii- nii'vliiiKs iii-e held in
tlie. Odd Hollows' II.ill oii' lln:
���ci-ontl .ui.l I'oiii-lh W'cilut-tl.tv'-
, of e.t'-li liionlh nt 7::>n p. in.
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Safe Drugs'...
The   saving or gaining
of health may   depend' on
'    -  the  freshness or purity ol
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Certain,    positive    results
. must.be had.
-   AVe offer   safe,   reliable
' .      drugs.     The' ^amount    of
.business we do in our several    stores - keep's   them
moving' ; nothing'gets oldr
"The reputation   we maintain for   reliability and ac-
��� curate -prescription   work
insures the   best of everything.'
���Prices   aro    always   Just ones, always
jjow^ciuality considered.
��_fe��$$!2'    Largest ' stock   west   of Toronto.
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Mining and R,eal Estate Brokei; and General Commission A,p;ent. , '���
FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE:'.
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Representative of the Kootenay Smelting" & Trading1 Syndicate.
AOKNT FOll TUOUT LA K K CITY   K VANS POUT, KASLO .v NAKUSP
Wlc00WELL-ATKlS-WATS9fr00:
(Tjiinitod)        ,       ;;
Wholesale and Retail  Druggists.
4!i:o.T   MAiJ.iatv.   Jin1'.   Itevelsloko   lir.ineh.
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rMKfHl'XiOH.��� A I. Hevelsloke, All^'. '.h-d,
the   wife  ol'  V. W. .MiUregflr ol'a
t    o v MARRIED. ^
, iCAMl'IIICU. -li.MLHY.���A I   "Bt'V'olsloko,
Jnly '2!}lh. hy Ilev. J. A. Wood,
Alex, Campbell of Eiulerhy to .Mary
I'anilv Bailey. , <* '
Wholesale and Retail J )ealers in
Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and
'  "'   '. ��� .   ���. ,,.   Ship Chandlery Supplies.
i ,         AI-mi.-i complete lino of	
Shelf    and'    Heavy ' H'ARDWA RL.    '  '   ,'
1 ,    ^-=Ezr22^> Carpenters' -Tools,    &c.
fessop's  Steels,  Ore Cars,   Ore  Sacks,' Lie. , '   ,
PLAT1-: CLASS A SPKCIA'LTV.'     '
Write for Information. V   ;V A V.-VM,   *   VllY. ,1).KJ.
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��� McLemnari,'McFeely "& Co.-'Ltd.'
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Iron,, Steel, Miners', 'Mill and Blacksmith Supplies?
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"JiflCAL AND "PERSONAL BRIEFS'
t��      ' I.s it hoL enough for you.
.Join) Grant arrived' from   the   wesi,
2 (.'.sterility.   - *'
Sam    Hill    was    up    Sunday    from
galena Bay.
.}. C. .MonLiroiiiery is down at   Trail'
jLliis week.
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,-Upholstering and Picture Framing a Specialty.
Agents for l>'ivtiioii(luSovvi(:iL;- Machine, .Manufai.tuieifi Life I iisuraiicc Wuuioly,
Union'fiFiib Iiisiii.iiice''(Ju.. Piov inei.il Ihiiidiiiy ;i!|(l Lo;in Ashsooiatiiin,
Oi;r: \ns and' Pia.nTis. ' , ,
m WMJIAIILTOfl lANUFAPiHRiiia CO,, Me. ^r-^  ������ ta��-
makers and'inanulac
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122' CORDOVA STREET,
Stoves
Siiainel Ware.
-   -   VANCOUVER, B. 0.
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'     (Under License from THZ E. P. ALLIS CO., Milwaukee, \7 s.)
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Ci-iislioi,-.. Bolls,   .lit;--,   ('oiioi-iiti-.il(,i--i.   .Son-en-.   Slanijis.   Pumps.   Coinpi-o^-oi--.,
i lloisls.  Boileis,  Kli.^ilies.   Water WlieoN,  IClc.
Sole Agents for, B.C. for JOHN BERTRAivi Cc SOMS Machi.-iists' Tools.
Brancli office
���liiii   Kennedy   eanie   in    veslorday,    VANCOUVER, B.C.
.Ol.'id to sec vou .1 iin.
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(LIMITED.)
Capital,  81,500,000. Head Offices, Toronto, O.it.
Manufacturers of Electric Mining Aoparatus,
Llectrical transrnis'sioti of'pij-.v.-r, .-iticcosuilly operated up   to   50
,     n^iies hy <,ur THREE'.PHASE TRAHSt^JSSiOH SYSTESVI^
1:1 e,. .1 '>..'*,,- ,n (>r:;'-'i 1 t.!!!-i,-.n VANCOUVER
Chas. 'Skene'   left, . for    Vareouvcr,
Aloiid.'iy. to recuperate.       <
Mr., (li-aliam,   (Ir tnt-Ciovan's   socio-
jliiiv, .was hei o Tlniisdav.
The ReveUtuko Developineut. Co. up
itlie rivei'still Led  washing  Wednesday. 1
Another seat, in the .Veent   bus   b.is ! Hoists. Pump..  li|..vfo,'.s.  Funs,  Ili.Utin- Appu'siius. 1 lynamos fm   Lighting and
jbeen added.     This ii1 the    vveaihoi-   foi  ; 1'ovvoi.  Mntm s foi  .���i!'i   Purpo-o-. '    -
/'iding. v , ��� '
.lack Patterson got up from   liurton ;
^City   on    Monday    and    is    again    .11
, Jlouriie's.
Dave Wolsoly is jiutting ,up   11   noiv     NELSON	
hotel at   "Tho Farm"   on   the   Xoith - : " ~~~
Mrs. Abi-.ihanistin, Ch.-'u lie  iii,il   the ��� t'V ���     Hz     V I \^ I\i_, _\^_)
jt.'unily C'lttie up fi'iiiifPi'tiut. L;ike   City \
pn Wednesday.
Somebody   has    boon   stabbing   the
' y/ore/(/in the ii.'ii'L   Wo a,v' ui,���i it; ;        _���__.'    ' A^ciit for Ferguson Townsite,
.vvasii t in tin: nook. ; �� '-' ^ -
The Aiiituit rjunrlier of the   "Kuoi-'                                     ^Jp't^ OLTTQO V%7     T?   f^
joitiiy (iiiidfc"' is   a   dandy   and   ''.uiies                                         J-   -��?J5 jTt-i \.Ji  UOv^J-^j   Jf^.\^J.        '   t
jots of infoi'iiiiition. . '��� s	
T   L. 1 l.iig left .fur Tiout ,L-iko Citv
,011 'Monday and    vviil   be   tuvav   for   ,1.    S ��� *�� (! - f\
Hirers   01   a;l   classes,
of. niachiner\'.
n,
M.^.-jsi'i-)   ofi   k ]-"rf>rf- r-io   CJ'}      a-nfl    \.J r^'{ p'.' re'. .15    /, yo      t/"or'pii']]V0P     Hf!
L/Jllili   tJl  iiiiiAtiiiu-ji   15L   CiilU    VVUDl'liiiiluLLi   I-.YI;. .- V- uiiUoliVOlo JU.l/.
P.O. Drawer 754.' - , "" ' ,        Cable address " Cove."
I A' /;       i^  '
Ha[ LAV\
il
Hardware
Stoves
6V 1 f^ I=
Tinware
Tinsinithing*,
: Real Estate and Mining Broker.
amns
Special attention given mail orders.-
TTfn
S
^r
criasa.
,, S. C
'R
II       ^   H
^XZt?
B   P.!
C    1m    kd   B
Wholesale Boots and Shoes,
&ElSrEI^_A.IJ   'MBEOHAIsrT,
woi'k oi' so on business.
Mrs. C'iiiii'-*ioi' ,'ind Miss Noel.uiils
���wont up to the canyon to see liie
Lv t ton-- go  t hroiiu'l). -
Herb Lewis   was    homo    fiom   Tr,<,ii    - , J''w  w  ���**v   ,^v^-1-v---'-'�� "����� ��-��"���>
ft,,- ;luhi!o   this     week Ho    e.nije    ���,,     ( ",, p-j,.,   , j,;.   j,r. ,,    j | pf.   ( ,f     m j, ���-,   s    ,., ��� I    , ,U I ,j ., , ��� - ������
11 din >at{i]s|i in a i-aI,t 10. '
'
,  I
1,3 & 15 Cordova St., VANCOUVER, B.C.
PFVFI RTO^
n ii
I
loot ,   in   t'llc
AiH.'ll'i  Mel loll,'lid -ays t lie W.-i\ 01 lev
/1     lookillL'    line."    -Tiler-*    aie      .1      lll^t
iiiiiiiboi of men emfilovi'd ou   the   n<
ro id. .
. (leu, .lohiisoii s.'aitod his jievi   hoii-i'
this   VU-ek.        It's  oil     lhe     oppo-ite     si,|e  '
fit the -tioot   li. ./mi  MoM.ihou a    lillh-
low er down.
200 MEN WANTED.    ',
.     i !
About     '20')    clioppois    an.I    l.iboiei s j
{.vanted ill   Albeit, (i.inviii.     Apply   i<,
.KllIX    BOSS, ('onlr.ieto'r,' |
Alborl   C.uivoii.   ll.C
Pn i\ incc.   , ,\\ ri;i   i-ii"   or.r.lt
*��� Prospeslops snt!  Travellers ' Call and  Hei;
\AZdM      es ci''yto,';/,T^>ri      o*r-^/^ i>-     /"-t        >/ -(Ti i--"(v
All kiiads-of irmi and sheet metal work.
���  _.=~���:~~^~==E=== IVEiaalsag1 work and tools.
FipeHtting" asaiS. rco&ng1. ^
ROBT   GORDON, Revelstoke Station, B. C.
ACENT FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
ni&B.mgs etc.
Full
Application Cop Liquor License.
V-ro'l'ICK IS HKI.'I-.HV   UIVK.V   ih.,i   i|,m,
1
AT-O'I'ICK IS HKI.'I-.HV IJIVK.V lh.,1 ll,i,y i
,> il i\-s iifior tl.ilc I llif ni|ili-r-in'ii -il mil n I j
Iti ii;i;ilv In I lie , r-l i|ionili.ii'.v \| ,.;i It.il, f,,i ,
N'(,;-|!i lli/liii','nf \V,-I    K'ikiIi n.iv   f,,i-  .,   I :r f t�����*, '
!n s -II  lllfltl," llV l-fl.iil .ll.   III.V     llt.|"l   tltlltii't!    ,il
��� ���'I'lii' l-.iriii. l'i ui.l. s frnni   \Hiiii C.iiuiiii   |! ('   ,
I) Wil)  W Ol.^l'.l.y       '
.Mli"it ('.iiivnii. Aim'ii-I 1'.  I  !I7. j
Application for Liquor License. '
A'.ITH'I'-. Is IIKI.'KI'.V (.'IVKN llt.u II,im '
, .N tl.i.-.s i fl ci- (I.tit.- I III" >Mi.l< r-.^nt ..I, ml, n,| .
f't iipjily. In ',l.l|,; s|i|,rM,|iai-y Alii 'fi -I nil ' I'm'",'
, ��� >.'..e' i|. liitliir,' nl" West. Isti.'il.''ii-iv I'.-n- ,, 'lii-.-u.-e ������
ires -II li |ii,,i- liv I---I iil ,il .iiiy li'.li-l --il i.t.iIcil ,,i !
-J'i-i.ii' l.;tl;t-Ciiv. li. C. a. i-:: I,A V.   ,,|
" ������Jr.'HiL Like ('it v. .Viii,'nsl .",.'lis!!',., Kill
line  or Boo^  ,,d  Snoos  a]".,^  on   han.'l.  ^^ QQ WAN"H0LT]
ARROvVHEAD, B.C.
^s&.^ Wholesale Dealers in
J. -J. BLAND,
N n ��� ���/   ,Q h n "   ^ - ���
tf>r.;l^
SPIRITS a
lH'W onoe bi.oro. as e-Q u/|!\ipq
ML.L.O,  vV ii s 4 L.O,
.. EE^TELSTOEE-B.O
*" I.( a '   111,!'h    io (i| (b r
���,l';;c|ia!i iii'..;- ill  short   iiiilicc
l-Vnni'^.j.. ���-'���=   Revclslokc, IJ.C. i

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