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 T  y������>.  &*S s-'l     l.'S       ,-SP\   Ii*J  Vol. 4.���������No. 12.  J1E\'E-LST0KR WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C.. JULY,, 10. 1897.  $2.00 a Year.  NEWS OF THE CAMPS.  A BUDGET OF INTERESTING ITEMS  FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS.  Big Strike Reported'on Isaac Creek-  Trout Lake Still to the Front-���������  Ferguson Float���������Arrowhead Notes  --The Jordan Pass. -   '  Frank Vandall   returned  -Thursday  from ti visit to Isaac Creek and  speaks  very highly of tin" mineral possibilities  oi"  that camp.    He   reports   that   the  Bate's hoys have about 10 or  Yi claim-,  on the iiioiinuiiii between Smith Creek  and Isaac Creel-   about   12   miles   from  Wigwam.    The whole  mountain   is a  mass of sold bearing oi e carrying Mime  copper and silver..   It is not at till   mi-  like the War Fagle ore and   if  it continues, to hold tlie assay valuer aheady  obtained, viz. $27 .with  .")%  coppci-,   it  may yet. turn out to be one of Ihe coining camps of the country.    There have  been also  several   galena   propositions  already taken up and, some  properties  have   changed   hands.     There 'is   no  . dotibtabout the presence of the mineral  and work and money is needed nviw to  prove it.    The  big lead  on ,the  I3.it es  property   runs  nearly   north-east and  south-west more south than   west and  is a proposition  of great  merit.    This  new discovery is  line  15   miles   or   so  from Revelstoke and will   lie  soon  another feeder to the town.  From" Trout Lake City.  The sawmill is making over time and  is   unable  to  supply  the demand   for  .lumber and large quantities, are .being  impoiied from the L-irdeatr mill���������.  Capt. Davey i.- building an ollice on  ICellieSt.  .1. Smith and .1. Scott tile building  cottages ou Vancouver St. Their  families arrived last week.  The family of-Mr. .MrOuirc, manager  of the L. F. R. k C. G. F. Co. ar'e^stop-  1 ping at. the Queen's.  The family of S.   Woods  arrived  on  <, Saturday from Montnuft.,  , W. II. Hloedel, I ite a stiver for U. S.  costume at Omaha is pulLing up a  building ,-incl \\ ill open an assay ollice  in aliottl. two \\ eeks-.     - ���������>--    '���������- <���������  Mr. Sussmaii, (.'.P. R. expert, left, for  the Lower Country on Saturday's  stage. . ,  The'waggon i und Im ween here and  the Landing is ,-iItnosl impassable; one  would think judging fiom (lie amount,  .of revenue received the government,  could well affoid to spend ,i few dollars  in impi ovenients. Retxxecn toad.L.-tx,  license and recoiding offices- th'e irov-  ernmeiit leceived over',fi2,.S00 for the  month of June.  A conl iact has been let. lo Gns Olson  to open ii|i half a mile of new streets  ou the townsite. lie will begin woik  nt once.  F. McCarty will build a meal market  as soon as he can secure lumber.  Tenders are out for the new recording ottic-e. It, 'will be a substantial  building 20x-:X) having three rooms and  tin co cells finished with rustic on the  outside and painted. When completed  il. will lie ;m ornament to t lie town.  Campbell \- lieaton are putting up a  building 30x10 lo be used as a livery  and packing stable  Mr. Noice, of HeveKloke, has secured  a site'for a church and has been very  successful in raising a fund to build  with. - i..  J.-is. Dixon lias tenders out. for a  tunnel 100 ft. long on the Silver Queen.  At Llio Broadview the Horne-Payne*  Co. are putting up several new buildings for thc use of the ollicer.s of (lie  company.  Pro-pccting has lu;eu almost, at a  standstill for the p.-isL week on account  of the heavv rains.  best. The long jump fell to Alclhnoyle  with 10 ft. UK inches, and lhe ���������.-.imc  'parly took away I lie high jump with  J ft. Sin. ,    "  The event, of t he day. however,   was  the,Lug of war between 12 men  of  the  Home-Payne Co. and I he same number  of citizens of Trout Lakeand Ferguson,  the stakes   being  .$2o a  side.    At. 7:-0  p.m. both teams were on   the gi'oiind.  Tliey tossed for ground   and   the  company's men  had   up  hill  pulling.    For  ten minutes the ribbon scaicely moved  and not, a  sound   was  to  be  heard   so  great was t he excitement.    So strained  grew the  inteiest,  of  the  crowd   that  itgaLhered round t he combatants   and  took hold of the rope bound lo have ";i  hand   in.-''   A    foul    was   'declared    of  course and the lug was oil".'    Lal,"r  on  a dance was held al. Ilalhn's store   in  a  (large room over the shop., There was.a  very large crowd and  a  gay   oliMime  Lo the  '-wee  stn.-i'   hoois.'"    Telegrams  were   teceived   from     President     AIc-  ICinley, Grover Cleveland and William  .Jennings Biyan.  John AhiMhaiusou has been heie to  see us., He looked wit h a pitying eye  at' the disieputable condition of the  streets. I' wish we had him "here,  Itevelstoke's loss would be our gain.  Ancly'Cuniiniiigs is now sole pro-  prietoi of the Balmoral having bought  out his partner.  Messrs. Dunn &,Farrel am visiting  tho mini's.       , < . (1       ��������� '  Wo need a resident, constable badly.  One man cannot, attend to Lhe whole  district.  There was a robbery here last week.  It  wis a pretty neat. job.  CMTrDnOT^T?    nni71UT7nV I VhflcM'ilul the greatest  admiration. ,iii,i  in',  Li\ J LKrKl^h nKh WhKY  ,,<l-,"i-"uiL <;1,''"1-v "1",u*-'! ���������*i������" exee-nem,  J-,1.1 lijlll mULu    UllLi ry  Liil i      training he had received while serving hi, king  MAKES A SUCCESSFUL COMMENCEMENT ON MONDAY.  Built, Owned and Operated by Revelstoke Citizens���������An Extensive Plant  The First Brew of Lager���������Will  Compete for District's Trade.  Arrowhead Pointers:  .There is cptiLe a sLirfiere at. present.  Heil estate is steadily advancing and  numerous buildings are going upr.i'pid-  Iv. < '       ' ,  The Lake View Hotel (J. .J.6 Foley,  proprietor) is a'ssn ning a mo-si, finished  appearance and on completion will he  one ol the fit s|-cl,-iss houses in Ivnnt-  enay.        ' ,  Capt. Williams has fn-i. purchased ;i  lot in' block fuiu; and will commence  building as soon as ever he can get Lhe  lumber on the ground.        '<  Mr. DeCew litis, a large foi ce of men  grading a road bed foi-a i.-tilw.-iy spur  to be laid lo his mill.' He is ,-il,o having  his tuill'sile and lumber vat tL c-le.-ued.  The mill machinery is now ou the way  and may arrive shoit ly. It. includes  plaid, for s,-t,h and door factory, shingle  and laLh mill and also lor a lii-.t-cla-s  sawmill. He will soon pitl, on a big  foicec.f men Lo takeout logs.  Trout Lake .Mails.  The following has been banded to the  Mail I'or publication :���������  OLIa.va, .July 3, '.07.  Sir, ���������I ain'desired bv the Posim.t-Lei-  Cienetal to acknowledge tho receipt ot  your letter of the 2litli ullo. cue lo-ing a  petition from a number' of pci ,ous  interested in Lhe posL.il arrang'.'.'uenl-  of Trout Lake City in which they,ask  lor an iiupiuveiuent. in the mail s'ei vice  of I hat ollice.  In replv, I am to say that, the matter  will receive ( he careful attention of the  PosLmaster-General.  Youi a etc.,  W.M. Smith,  For .SupL.  It. is to be.  hoped  Lhat   Lhe   "caieful  .���������itLent.ion "   will   be a   reality and   no  mere meaningless expression of nflicia  (loin.  The first building ere, ted  in the PcveKtoko  building  boo'iu   of   -!I7     was    the     KnlurpriVo  Ilrexxer.x ���������started   about,   .I.nm.iry    7l,!i.     '1'iie  building .xx.is 'planned   and    e;reclcd,  and  Uie  plant oidered and in-l.clled by (the iiaineol* the  brewery Ills them) lho enterprising proprietors,  Jlc-is Downs, sutlicrl.md ,md Ilnliun.   With  patient   energy and   -kill   lhey   have  almost  brought their scheme to <'(iiii]>U'tioii. as on Mem-  dti.x, tlic'.'itli' inst.  they ran  thcii- iir���������t   brew ui  Elite! prise l.i-jc-i'.   Thuru are -.1 ill lniiny tilings  lo((lciiiiicl extra plant  to bu added  before lho  brewery is running to it, full limit, but c;\ ery-  Ihing is now ru.i(l> lor that result and, xxith liie  careful supervision ot tlieii- expert brewer, Mr  Kruno Kischci-oi" (.'hkago, lhe publiu inay soon  e\iieel to have proi idol really lirsl-class iioine-  niade lager, porter and ales in kegs and bullies.  As the process of making beer may be of intern st: it, as seen in  the brewery on  JMonday.  may be described:       .  The lirst thing is hot   water uliich, healed lo  about,'Kid' in a hot-water tub standing about, its  own height above a mash, Lub, is emptied into  die latter vessel into which  11 ewt. of mall is  put and  tho  whole stiried and mashed  with  stieks called mash slicks.   It. gets about two  hours of tlii; mashing and, is then  run into a  trough-n't lhe foot .ind one side of the tub���������  called a "ban."   Jf clear it, is run into   tlie big  boiling kettle for boiling.    When the liq-iid  is  in the kettle the hops arc put in and boiled  about. 2? hour--. 'A largo vahein thebotloin of  the kettle now lets the mixture into a "hop  tub" on  the lower, floor.    Out of this, after a  time, il is forced  by.Lhe. rotary pump inlo the  "cool ship" al, tli'e   top  of  lho  building or a  heigh I,, say, of 2.'' feet,    "'lie re it si.iiids from  four to six hours, and is then  lot out by <i pipe  into and   over  a  copper  cooler which .lias a  stream of cold water flowing through fi succession of pipes.   The water is fed Iroin tiie mains  into .i Limit, c o.l of pipe placed circularly in a  a lank  /illod   wiih  ice.   Next, ,lhe brew runs  inlo  ibe   foi men! ing  tubs in. the fermenting  room  below���������kept  ,il a  temperature   of   iy���������  where il remains lor about 12 daj-.  to  foiment  gradually.   Then, by the aid'ol .unither roalai-.v  puinp, it is forced  lo  the lager cellar (which is  still cold6r, about US)  inlo the chip casks���������it  should lii-st and will .alter ii little while go into  the lost \,its for some  time1���������where il. remains  at the very lea,t a month (the longer ta.j better)  there  it sl.ui  s till   \V.uit >cl  lor  u.j.    Il,*is a  most interesting sight  lo watoli lho whole pro-  e-s.s and was  mu..!i  appro..i.U.d   by  the  Jl mi.  lopiosenlatn o.'  The Kntorpriso i'lvwery lias ,i capacity ol  Sit) gallons per day ol Ul hours, and' the owners  being energetic and hn\ mg the .\s,isl,ince of an  practical and scientific brewer (.ioii should see  his diplomas), expect t-i do o\ or.\ thing in tlioir  power to win a large share of the Hade of tho  country. They li.uo a splendid building, 40x70,  willi a lditioiis .'>J\lll, and ha\ o pul in the following planl: t Jioilor,, 111 h.]i.: engine, (i h.p.:  steam loalary pump, (ingals, per minute; copper  cooler, 20 bliK. per hour; malt and fanning  mills: air pump and hand rolar,\ pump: hot  water tub, ������(,0 gaU.; hop lub. tt'fi gals.; mash  Ir.b, 1100 gals.: sLecl boil.ug kettle; boc-r ship,  HixL'il. 101)0 gals.; two rent val*(if l,2('0gals. each:  chi]i cask, of,. total cap.icily of i,72,3gals.; I.io  kegs; ice, in.ill and imps galore.  Though the pio|niclors -all well-known eili-  /eri'���������Jiai-o v.ow juiL about $l."i.(MJ mlo llieir.  plant I he;, aio already cent. in]i!aliiig add.non-  al oxpomlituro for this pmposo. Thoy expect  to double their chip cask capacilj, puich.ise  inoio kegs, make their own barrels, add a -oda  water plant. Hi-an institution and is owned  bj men of which the town may be proud, and a  great success in its lino or business may with  eniilideiico be predicted for thein and llieir now  enterprise.  ind I'.ii.ntry in the land of lho midnight sun.  Ui no mean, the; least prominent, wa, our  model n Goliath, Aic.x. Jlc-Ilne who, wiih hi,  lift (iiii.rl.nl in green, wa, the pride of llio  band. The Ilriiish flag he can ied was never  held in s'liongcr hand,. A. Johnson and Gils  Anderson thumped the big and kettledrums,  wiule Mossi-. 'liijliir, (Jaflein and ."Slr.nidburgh  and other,, lollowcd by I rof. Ah Sing (chef of  lhe Hot Sprinirs Hotel), gave ,i c hoi.-e sek-.-lion  ofcxcllc'iit iiiu-ii- on ii)stniinciiL��������� of i.nious  kinds notes ,md sizes, ilul the writer bring  iiiif.iuiili.il' with lho instruments is unable to  intolhgetly describe them. The parade formed  at Ihe hotel and proceeded along It.n'lwav sti, rl  to the station, I hi nre bark 10 hciidipiar Irr,  wheie lire hand was elirisloned the Jubilee  Iian.l. 'I'lieehiistening-w.-is not pcrfoniic'd exactly aflor thoorthodox fashion but ui a way  IH'cnliar to thc West'and not neress.in lo explain. |.Vole���������If anyone interested wants to  stelhnl gun working, ask I br ma |or about lh.it  jubilee band'.���������X.Y.. Albert Cuiynii, Julv.s.  ALBERT CANYON CAMP  A NEW ERA COMMENCING FOR THIS  PROMISING PLACE.  Directors of Gold, Fields and Waverly  Companies Arrive���������Jim Ross figuring- on a 25-Mile Wagon Road--A  ' Concentrator Promised. 0 ���������  Local and Personal Briefs.  ���������.        c ^  Tliroe'innre iictw- Jiouhfs going up.  - f4,-idics' bicycle leggins at Coiirsier's.'  .See II. ,S. Wilson's new   sign   over, the  shop entrance.' ' * '    '  Oie Sand berg went, up to .Albert.  Canyon on Tuesday.  Lady bicycle, rideis who" wish to ap  no.u neat should wear le'^'ii'S. +  . , t~in  A. >McN(;i) tho. harbor lias just -*vit  in a fine new bath tub. Now's vour  clianco. " ' A   '  Perry Lfi.tkt-.'M.E., got back- Tuesday afle.i noon fiom a trip .to Trout  Lake.  Jack Shaw has purchased' .j. I.  Woodrow's house and lot. Have you  the. fever too Jack.'  Nice assortment' of ladies' bic-Ae  loffgins at Ctiut sier's.. *  o.-< t ,  ^Ir. and Mrs. Govaiv- ,and Col.  Anstoy \v,ent. to and i etui nod froin  Allicrf Canyon on Tuesday. '  Wm. Maiiiilton, Liie new liarLeuder  at the Stockholm 'J Ton so, is an old  hand and a \ery capable,  mixologist.  Tho new bank building .was shown  to a M.ul toptescnt,alive .Monday. Ft  i.s a neat building and   will   be   reiidy | supplies anil taking ouL ore.,  Tnis eitpeiiiliLure bespeaks   Lhe  com  his railio.uJ  OUR BOYS WIN AT GOLDEN.  Jordan Pass. ,  .Iteighly k Frisby, Lhe .Jordan J'ash  piolieeis caine in las) Saturday. They  report that, all their work will ibis  year be put in on Lhe St. La\vr"nce on  the big upper lead. Thc lead heie is  0 It. wide and Lhey ha ve now gone in  about IS f.-et on the capping. They  are meeting clear ore now and have  a 1 ready a few Ions on the dump. On  account of a bod v of carbonate;, tliey  will coininence Limbering right a I.  the  begii.nim.r.    The lead keeps   its   width.   ^   Ferguson Celebrates the Fourth.  On Monday, the ot li inst., the in-  habit.'iiits of Ferguson celebrated the  annivcisary of American Independence. There \\i-re $100 in prizes  for sports. Jn Lhe tug of war between  Ferguson and Ti out, Lake I he former  i\im. In the K.'l-yaid da.sh' JMcflinoyh-  was lir-t, Itaiusey second. Ramsey  and Kiplcy won Ihe Lhree-legged race,  and I he prospectors race (each to i-.in y  20 lb--,) was won in spirited fashion by  (.'��������� SiiIIm'iii. The open horse race was  won Iiy.Noah A hrahaiiisoii's " Kondi"  with (Hi'iin's horse second. The back  hoi >c race Was nun Iiy ,1. ('a niplii'H'.s  ���������" Jiiili-her   Jioy,"   (.'lejj'.s  again   .seiniul  A party of three, with Donald Mcintosh as guide, went uji Tuesday to  the Orphan J3oy. What thev were  after has not transpired. They weie  from  Vancouxer, hoiueliodv'sttitJ.  It is said that C. 1J. Senilin, leader  of the O|ipositii ii in the l'..(J. jjt'gl.s!."-  ture, \il m,tl e a tour of tins p,n of  tlie proxince in I lie near future.  I lull's lots on the cornet-tire all   set  "The Glorious Twelfth."  The Orange celebration hero ne\l Mond.n  xxill be well nlled il tlie bielhern gel into il ail  they have arrangiu for. The programme  bristles with .. mis merits and inieiesiing  ile'iiisaiid sliould .... u. ino public good re.-ie.i-  Iion. 'lhe day opens xxitb the local lodge in  session at T.I'n a.m., and at il.i.'i a.m. xisiting  lirellisrii lu.iu the \\ isL will beinel al lhe 1 lam  ��������� . . . , and Jilax-i d 1..K.U to Ihe lodge loom.   AI 1(1 a.in,  ill   cloxer   and   are   ncrrcclly    t,'i.i(led. | ihe grand parade, laadcd b.nid and banner, w ill  Edwards and Scott Take First and  r Second in the Bicycle Mile.  fi(ii.i>i;x. July !l��������� (Special)--The' big bieyele  exent at the sjioiis here to d.iy. the one- mile  open, was wheeled over a rer.x; rough Hack.  Kdchc IMw.inU won liisi with llai ry Seoll a  ���������guwl sceond. Tiuio. -i.l'). 'I'hfi ]in/es were  valuable gold and Mhai'iiici!,-iK.        ,'  Tliey should put up a line building  (line as it is a'splendid site and xety  convenient. Their business needs ft  loo.  The Li'ihji' came to hand this weel;  in such beautiful dicssand iral.i attite  ���������liaL for a iiioment the tenth commandment xx-as in daiiyer of lieiii^- broken  Iiy us. Iher Loueiy, \,iu are to be  congratulated.  sliirt. 1 he pr.x.essioii will iii.u.h to the lloti I  Viilori.i.iiiil return to lhe b.iseba'l giouiids  and disperse.  Al 1 pan spLic-hcs will be delixrrrd bv Itexs.  l'ro..uiner. tllas-lonl. the loial ileijA' ������i������l  Mheis, -ti i p.m. the spoils will h,. held ou  l-Vont and I) nigl.is sinets. and a shmi hul in-  tii'i'sfiug Iii'jgi.iiiuilr has Ik-i ii pr, p.ind. The  hieyile i.ucs will begin -baip.it i;.."������i p.m. Thi ,\  will be followed by a couple o! I.oise lares, ni-  ( hilling one lor lady inter-. Ilanriiig on the  new jilallonii a; the ball ground-, ciiiiiuirui ing  al .v oelock will bring llir dax's lesl i\ itit-s lo a  ' lo-e. At the daiire. music will be luinished  b.x the l.'evclitoke (treliestra and I;,,In. (Joidon  xx ill bi Hour manage!.  /I-o-m,.rrox-.-i.-juiui,i.\) Hex. ('. A. l'roeu.-ibr ol  I lids, liicliaidsoli, the proprietor ot Ka-lo xxill pi each an o,ieii-an senuuit lo the  lhe \f.ird,. I ,,.,f I-I, .,.1 111 -11 .. , . O'-'nge ,-,J,1^(;. "a the hail grounds, ,i| 7.������i p.m.  tlie   .U.iplo   lj>.it   Jlotel.    Illecillfxx.let. j Scaling ,l((..4.iii,i..d,u.oii   will  be i-rox iiledand  ictuined    home     Wednesdax     accon'i- ;  pauied by his son .John   and" d.iuirliler 1  Mrs. Nelles.   Jle looks well and he.ntv j  and xvill lesume actixe nianayc'iiieiit (If  for occupancy soon.  Dr., H. M.iLhwui xvill be' at the  ILotel N'ict.iiia, 1'exelstoke, for .-ibuiiL  tw.. weeks in piac-tice Dentislrv in all  its branches. ' .  ���������  A lepublic.iii paper in New Yoi k,  wishing to pay a graceful tiilmte to  Queen'Victoria, he. ds its article ���������wiih  ,"]']\cry lu'cli a'Queen."  , . ���������  '    Ladies' white wear at, CoursVr's     "*"  '     Jim Pou]iote \v,is in town  ibis week  an..1   s n s   lie ' w ill    soon '"  army of men employed  at  camp at iSluc.iii crossing.  Mis. W. .M. Laxxi-encc wit'li'lier ixro  childicn aiiixed fiom Winnipeg 'I nt'������-  diiy, and aie now domiciled in a <.; ,t-  tage wpnositc A. N. .Smith's.   '  NN'ill ,; 111 y (mo make a moxe in .ihe  rec-reation giutiiid m ttler as theie will  soon lie a graxclled'road and. buildii-o-s  on the piesent, ball giound.  ���������J. Fied Hume, Opposition member  forSouih Kootenay, xxasiu town Monday., lie was not vei\ talkative (lie  ne.xer is) on pirli.iment.iry niatteis.  Just in at Comsiei's a lot of Slater's  t.-in and black shoe  polish.' *  IMr. Liiinont of the "Canada Hook  and Drug Co. gaxe tin's ollice a pleasant  call this .week. JIc expects, ,to open  his now stoic on or about, tho 15th.  0. McL. Ihiixvn's position is tliat of  oxecutix-e agent for T> C. The oll'ieo  has coiMieclion with all mallets outside   of   consLiuclioii    and   operation.  Mr. (irant-Ooxan, de.sei ilicd as the.  Cecil l'hodesof Ih-itish Columbi'a, arrived in lievelstoke'Sunday afternoon  accompanied Iiy .Mis. (ioxau and Col.  Ansley.  A. N. Sniith is putting in a new  bie.-id case tU 11 nine's-down (own stoic  and xvill keep theie a daily supply of  fiesl. bici'id of ,-il| ,kinds, linns, cakes,  etc.     Don't I'm yet this.  Tiout  Lake City   is   repoitcd   In   be  liodining in buildings   and   population,  now   of   its   being  centre of  This is ceilainlv a red letter.week for  Albert, C'anyon. livery face within its  limits exhibits a certain amount, of joy  at xvhai is certain to create wonderful  and immediate mining act ivity in this  mining region.. .Mining woik and  money are the chief topics of Lheday-  and good reasons there are that il  should be so. .  Sunday, the 111) insl.,'   was   the' fh-sL  signal    of}'(hc   good    times   for   then  passed through to Itevelsloke that successful financial and mining gentleman  ot    London,   ling.,   i\Ir.   Oi-anl-Govan  (chief prcmiou-r and   large  shareholder  'in Ihe H. O. Gold Field-,  Co.   Ltd.   and  tlie   Waverley. Mine 'Ltd.)   with   Airs.  Go van,    their   private   secretary    and  Colonel   Anstey another large sbaie-  holdet in I hese companies.    Their visiL  lo IJ. (,'. would   have   no other  reason  but I he  development-of  (heir  mines,  and proof  of  this  was obtained   next  day   when   No.   1   brought   in     Llieir  engineer,    Mr.   T.   S.   Armstrong,   of  Toronto,   who   will  ;iL   once   locate   a  waggon road along or near Lhe ptesenL  park trail fiom Albert Canyon  to   Lhe  company's mines  at,  head   of  Doxvme  Creek.    The work of construction   will  it is said commence at  once  and   will  doubtless give employment to  a   large  .number of   men,   after   which   many  teamaxx-ill be employed  freighting   in  K.v.vy .Mail representative he said he.  could not explain why lhe P. O. de-  pal "meld had not l.lkeii' up the local  mail matters and he was astonished to  heal Ihat'IJig Iiend had had but three  mails in nine montlA JJesaid he1 had  been urging belter mail service on the  department to the loesl, of his |HIHyt.  and he bad Hon. Mr. Mulnrk's prou)i-<;  Lo next year put in ilu* estimates an  appioprialion for a 'daily mail ser-viei-  I lirougboiit Kootenay. ��������� Infce-mat ion  from other sources corroborate Mr.'  linstock's statement and tell of bis  labors I'or better mail farilitieu.  He said also that he h,-(d arranged  xviih.I he Hon. Sidney Fisher, Minister  of Agriciiltuie, lo come aud xr'sit Kootenay al. au early date, and thai, gentleman xvill be glad Lo meet the r.uicheis  and farmei'sof thedistricL. Mr linstock  thinks Hon. Mr. Fisher's- visit may In-  productive of good lo, the agricnltur.-d  iiitei esls of t be Proxince.  As in the general results of, the  session the geneial opinion wa-., Mv.  linstock thought, lhat it ' was a  (hoi oughlv businesslike one,' and had  been well accepted by tlie national  press generally and by the business  public.  lie was glad to hear that, lievelstoke.  xx-.-t.s growing and  expanding ������o   well  and hoped to be back  here  in  a  little,  while/  (low others look.at the member for  Lhis const it uency' may lie' gathered  fiom Lhe following extract taken from  ,the . Ottawa Journal. "Hewitt  linstock, AI. P., left for home last evening. Although the member for Yale  and Cariboo is the wealthiest, man in  the Dominion parliament, he is,one. of  the most' unassuming and hardest  workers in the commons. He has got  Ihe practical .and political wants of  ISriLish Columbia ou his finger ends  and in his own niodesL way never  ( eases to keep the needs of the piovince  before Lhe government. He takes it,  broad view of'-all public questions and  is stiongly opposed Lo Lhat, class of  politicians who can' secimthjng good  outside their own constittiencv."  Taken Home Again.  pany's faith in tlieii properties-..a faith  unanimously shared by all experienced  .md practical miners who have had the  opportunity of examining the several  claims. The const ruction of this road  too sets at, rest, for all time Lhe doubts  which have been prevalent regaiding  I lie unite to the "mines. Interested  ji.ii ties in D.iwnie 'Creek and Flat  Creek asset-led that shipments would  from CL.i.it's group be compelled lo  come xia tin- points Lhey were  respectively interested 'in ; but, old  timers, with a full knowledge! of the  diU'eivnt oi-iinies and giving one consideration to I be pros a ml cons, claimed'  that Ihe one accepted was the only  pi-ac-l ic-il route.  On Tuesday, Air.   Iloss,   well   known'  in the lime of C!."'P. R. construction  as  being of Lhe firm of Ross<y AIcDiarmid,  xvenL through lo Hevelstoke  to  return  Lo the Ctnynii   thc-  following   day.    It  is now rumored thai the waggon   road  cont i ac t, a bout. i"> miles, will be aw.-u d-  i'd to him in which case it is safe Lo say  the   road   xv'll   be  Iii st-class  in   every  respect.    Iiy the way, it. might also   be  mentioned thai. Air. Ross is one of   Uie  principal  owners  ol   the  ".Jumbo,"  a  mine of  great  promise   and' .amongst.  Lhe  richest   in   the   district.    IL   is   in  close pioximily of the waggon road.'     '  . Th s  same   day,   Tues.l.ty,   All.   and  Airs. Cr.iiiL-C'ovan.,1 heir secretary and  Colonel Ansley paid I heir  initial' visit  to (he camp in which lhey are so much  interested.    They looked'all   over  the  toxvnsileand ex pressed their admiral ion  of  its loveliness  and   suitability.    The  land for the townsite is piacLicdly   ar-  langed for and the  company .have  already decided upon   the   she   for  their  head   oll'ice,   v'v/..   beLxveeu   Ihe   station  ami Hot. Springs   I led id.    Tliey   intend  to  ('i-ect   oLher   buildings  at  Jui   early  dal".    The  part,)-   returned    lo    Ifex-c-I-  sloke saint' daw  The stroke of apoplexy, experienced  by Airs. John D. lioyd lasl Friday, the  circiinisLunces of which Lhe   Mail  has  already-published,   Lerinin.-iLed  fatally  Tuesday livening to t he great sorrow of  ,  her lotting husband and   many frii'jiids..  From the time of the attack to the end  I he deceased lady was   unable to speak  and  as  the shock  extended  over  the.  ssystem   death   came    painlessly   and .  peacefully.     lint  the'day   before  her  illness she told her husband that.if anything happened shedos-ited to be buried  at her old,home in Ontario, and in con  I'ormiiy   with   her ,������vish -her  remains  '"  were   placed   in a   metal   casket   and  taken east, Thursday nun ning, to Dun-  vegan',   Glengarry    county. '  Ontario.  ���������John I). Hovel, the deceased's husband,  and Norman McLeod, a broLher-in-law,  accompany  Lhe   remains  to  Lheit  last  resting place'in Outai in. ,  The fuiieial services were conducted  by IlevAMr. Aluir, of (lie Presbyterian  church, at the residence of Thos. Rain  (where Airs. lioyd died) and were  simple and touching. A number of  sympathizing'friends followed then-  mains to the railxvay���������stati(in where  Rev. .LA. Wood oll'ered a short, feeling prayei. The pallbarers were  Messrs. Abraliaiiison, Atkins, Liarher,  Hai-nard, Hume and Kellie.  Tin-: wiioli* c;.\.mi'  good  the hotel at once.  Tom Haiti expects to gel' a way In  Tuesday nn a ]>inspe. ting trip ihidigli  Lardeau up Fish Cieek. Flat Cieek  over to the Noi lli Foi k and then doxvn  Dnxviiie Creek. It is a big trip and a  great cniinti-y.    (.'..nd luck to you Tom  Hon. (3. P.. M.utin. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, will be in  town Aloud.i\-. It's a g ���������,d da\ for a  politician to strike town. Whit's the  matter xx-ith the hoard of trade nr'a  'deputation of citizens taking ndxan  tage of the iipporl unity* to si ci;.- the  Cniniiiissii.'iii.-r abmit the river pt-.-.ter-���������  I inli.iiialtei!,    ���������  a ' >n   i hoir   will  a-sist.    '1'lie c-'huielies  will  bold no ex citing s'-rx lee  The Canyon's Jubilee Band.  One dax in  the   week   is spirit  by different  people ui the  way  they are  inclined, hut  such  xiaxs  ,-.ie  xarioiis.    '1 In re aie  occasion-,   too,  th-U debghlLlh the  Ir-ait   and   siieh  drliglil. is  bound lo be  expressed  in  a jubilant   manner.  Those oi us who s|������ ni tli.it pail oi that parlu u-  lai'da.x ai <|ii.ctiide rn   sliimlii'i-   weie suddenly  axeaUenid l.x "a go.it la.i-e as if ol music."    |'|  un.-I b< i vpl.i'iii'il that ihe camp xxas unable to  bo.l-t ol ,i hand In H tolnie.   but   ,,n   lushing  lo  our dolus x c hi re collii out( d b.x a band ol men  with a  band   of  iihi-i. (')     "WiAiio dir.iiinug,"  xxe. m I,i.mid. but no,  n was  ihiie  in  r alnx,  anal  hxrbaud.  and   in   Albeit   C.ihiii.  too,  Hul \xh.x ai!   Ibi-   i (leli,,,|,���������ii :   'I he  nay of I he  xx. . I. su^'e. st(d lo '],o-c piou-l.X  im liui ii I but il  liuisi 1������  a i uniiiip, nt .a   11,,.   s ,\.    'Il.r Aiiiiti-  .i.iii e\. !.i med -XX bx. tin-   is  lhe   IlliolJulx.  I Ina lhe union jack at  the professions he.-ul d'is-  I pi-bed tl.i>-idea.   .The iiiinibe'r of ���������.niaiuri-i  in lhe  1  paraile lead .illu-r-; l,r*.ui.pose lhat lhe  celebia-  j I3i.li xva's ;n honor o.t (.ii.iiiil-liovan's ai-rix-.-il, but.  : iia- X'-liy aiiil, x\:liri;i.-i'oi,. .of  it  ;���������-  .--till an  open  ��������� f.iM-:-; j.-,n;    i.r.Vi-.ioxy.-i! iii..'nri.-!-. J.J.n s'l:',^.-! iv.io.  j- x'.a.s dirin   m.-i.iri-.'    iii.-.   ;nil:tai'\    brariilg   and  | .-lever liiatnjaii.-iti.ai i.f  lhe (r.n.J.I x) I'i lie I.V: fiif-  Thei e is no  the residential and   business  that, disliict.  Some    novelties    in    light  diess goods a( Comsiei's.  M r. and Mis..Craig have relumed  from their lioiieyinoni. (lip and went  down vest ei day tn their nexv home at  Thomson's Landing. .May every joy  and success be youi s.  liev. Viocuiiiur, of K.islo, will next  .SuikI'iv pleach in I he Mel hodi-L church  in the   moining.   and   in   the  evening  ���������111  xvill    conduct    the    Oi.inge   opeui    air  sei vice.  suiiuiiet'  k  ^V. Jl. Vickers is going to take a  six week's xacalion. Oveiwork and  excitement is lhe caa-e. .Sorry lo lose  you, Hilly. You weie the. "man in the  gap," ail right, and ihe toughs knew it.  McDowell. Atkins .t Watson, Van-  cotiver's leading druggists, have (his  week opened thcii new stoic in IJexel-  stoke which makes the sewmth biancli  of t lie establishment now' in the Proxince. Mr. (I. T. M.-illory is in charge,  a man wiih 20 \e,u s experience in his  business p,n L of which was put in in  the biggest houses in Ni'w Yoi k and [  ISfi.slfiii. . The .store is in 'McCarty's j  handsome biiildingaiid  is. being   x-er.x- I  AKTIII  Andrew    .lohnson    made > a  local ion Lhe other dax.  New strikes of great richness are  daily being made clrclly in the North  Fork Valley.  Alessrs. Alasoii k Denipsey, of  S|)(ik.|iie, h.-ive found ground of'great,  promise and ,'ire putting in some hard  work.  Cascade Creek, on Ihe wes(, side of  Norlh b'tiik, is receiving con.sidi.'r.ible  notice I his season' from a large number,  of |)i ospeclors.  Tlieniouiitailisaioliiid Albert ("anyon  are teeming xx ith wealth of quality as  rich as any in I}. C��������� and the man lo  question this has not, yet been found.  The noise anil hiisile ,i| ||,,. work  train and sie.iui shovel  and   the  extra  gangs i tiecled xx il h  their   workings,  Lhe coming and going of tin; many  |)ro,|ieclor-, millers .-md capitalist's  make lib   vei y lively here just now.  It is aulliorilalix-elxA-innoimced that  active \xoik xx'ill be commenced on the  .Itimlio this siimmer, a courculr.il or  elected and lhat oie xx'ill be regnl.tr!x*  shipped. This xaluable claim is only  six miles from the stai ion a( Albei't  ('anyon.  .1. Ross [eft for Calgary on Ti.ur,d;iv  and is eX|i'(-led bark on liie I7lb.  Fiom ('algai y it, is expected he goes {..  AlcLiMil ie (/row's iN'.'si  Pass emit raids.  Mahy buildings .n-.- expected Lo go  up Iiy .in early dile. All is interest,  and excitement and Albeit Canyon's  (lav has come.  Nakusp May Get a Smelter.  Simon Guggenheim, vice-president of,  the Philadelphia Smelting  ,-tnd   Refining Co. of Denver;  Win. Guggenheim,  his brother, and Olio Aleais. a Colorado  railroad   , and    mining     man,   passed  (.hi ough   here Sunday  fur   the   coast.  The party had been visiting the camps  of Kootenay   and-  were   unstinted    in  their praise of  the country.    TheGug-  geiiheims   .'ire  smelting   men   on a big  scale and   besides   their   Denver works  have two smellers ,in   Mexico and a n -'  linery in the cast.    It is said thcii 'mission is in ruiiticction xvith the'cstahlish-  nieiit, of.a large smeller al Nakusp.     If  it is true,'and thev  themselves said as  much  as   that   they  intended  coming  into the country. Nakusp  js-   to be cot .  grat ul.tied as Lhis   would   make it   one  of (lie best points on Arrow lakes-.  The Crow's Nest Pass Railway.  M..I. 11.1iiey, manageriif construction  of the Clou's Nest Pass Railway, s.ti,]  in Toi mil o on .Monday. ''Tenders for  grading the lirsl 100 miles will be  received at, Mc Lend on the ]2ih and  I .ith of July. The work xvill be  divided and l.'L in sections of live mih-s  but in rase of heavy woik Lhe sections!  xx'ill be sub L.i, 1 ��������� 1. - , th it (he grading  may be | ,i-,ie,l rapidly lnrw.ud and  work give,i I., the nn nei mis eon true-tors and in ��������� i see., i \t e.iiil.iviimnt in  I his coti'it i-.-. T.ie time for linishing  l.i" gia bin.' ol the lb -t 1U0 miles vx ill  " ��������� I. " a -I') l "i l'> days .iceoi'diiig to the  lei ilive d.-t I.K-et'om L.-tli bridge .��������� i iti  M. ..eod. Url.lgiiig .-ind Hack laying  .. il. I'dl i.x- close un the grading 11, is  i ��������� i.itent ion of | he comp.iny to have  the wh i!e .-.���������n.-k ii:i,I -r co.ilr.ii-L within  the i.e ������! I liree -u- four iinini h~ etc."  Ma!-,,  on,    D i,  ,|-       ,  J ue-'i i ,  Peler and An Lew   Fergus-  ail ix ed  i,  nicely  rough  si vie."  ,!  furnished   and   cquippd'  boards   or' " auyihing   will  . See, their caVd i his .week,  No  (!..  s     tlnee     biuthe.-  fi "in     Put pi.-     V.dlev;'.    Out.  Ti'.- will   iiiln  I'i.un   Like,    Wellies-  i d i.x . .nd  w lieu 111 -v  a: nxe ,il   I he tow u  Upi>.i  ll.i- |..rk.>  uf   tne   L.irdeau    there.  ���������'.-  ' ���������t���������, ��������� '    ���������   ���������   ' ! u'" '"'' "������ 't?*'ls Lh'".i iixe   of ,the.   tia'iiie  ,'l:IewiH,Ii(is(ock.ALP.,passed lliioiigh | and of thesaine fa'.uily in , t liat .tising  Itev-lsioke (,ii. Tuesda.y on bisxVay ���������; burg. "Xn woud-.M-." p"uple will iheu.  I.'oiiie from I,In-.session ,,f |iarli.-iiiie!d. . say. A that,..the'plac-e is 'called ���������J"'er"ilji-'  ���������jusi closed.  ���������Interviewed   bv1 ir Kikit-    ou,"     y. .9-   ���������  Our Federal Member.  E'fr.jIf'S O  VAdi: -a  s 11 h M Mi Ia** .a i   Jl A I L.  4������=������?    _   n*** _. ��������� ,-   __ _    /-Ji'f^ _.'lf   I nut    st,,te     xxbetliei      I i:.-     eoudeuiued i   T '  It if    "n/S"    1 '    !   ?���������">  ������ Canada ul   I'oi'i the Sl.ite-,   but    miles-. A "^     JIA JJ������i������A������0lji5 ^rS*-^- '     r  eVdsiioke - ������Tosi>itah  j'i;!!i.:siii:i) kvkuv sa'ii'jii'ay  vi  3svj:ls-?oks. 3.C.'.  ::v  ATKIXs" A; -'.MTM.  I-i'iii.'simits ami I'i������u'i:u;rnii'  i ihe good   I'l'imte   of   oui   s.-ibno'i   ti.ide  -' Genera! Blacksmith ;-  '     REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  I -hail  I e e'fi-ct 1 vely x iiuile.iled   .'I    oiiiej  ] and hceecfni 1 h -,i! ej-ua i d   d. tia-ie vvill '>  ! be a I"': lieclitie tu the in . seal,  r.'.i'-ra.  ] piolit and advantage   to   our   pio.-'i ice  I oi   an    mdu-tiy,    which    I eji; e-i ni -   an   Subscription   Prico,   55.00   Per    Aiman    ^/'jf''Vl'lll-V '"lllll'"f !,'l,lv,'u:   ���������*���������'���������-! '. ,   ,. "  .!-; sreio'j.v i\   vDVANt-i. ' ���������!. i '" {':,!(''.        . ...  , , '1 Wagons,    heavy   or   light,    built    and  A   '"'i'   iJoliltnii..'!    I'lsheiV    llepai I inent   | '  " " "   _ "   "    | slnutbl foilhwilh a-ccilni.i exai ll/  ibe lepa'ned.  i f.icls of   the   Liverpool   case  and   l.ike  ' I    rriiAi. I ion as  ihe   le-.tilt    iudicaics   to  T!1  I Idi seshoeiug a specialty.  h������   AniPO  NoMnri   fS \  qnfpi'll i -!���������" '"V"   A '."W0"'1' -"l'"'-';"h''"<il!1'-    Prospe.-KA PicA     .Miner's Tools.  Jl'j   fi.iulij   ilU:db'l   'JVi b  OpbUUU I it  rnol    a'isoluti lv    ncce���������.uy,   tor   Hie .   ' .  , ~  ,      . .     u,    , ,r ,-,,-r     ,    i Dep.n im"i:l   to   in-tiltile   a   cli se   in-    Large supply, of ii on. steel and shoes.  "Coluinbia/: ���������'Yanooaveis "Koot-i7!','f-"i;:i',,i"l",iIiK^������''7i"|,<.1 "'>���������?*"���������������   ,. II ,mad;,in caimery methods in order to  om*v"  oiifmbi   ho  rami   [-,,.  emmr   ! ���������i--ure.,.b-ohitely ibeirtru-uvoitbine���������.���������  eiluy       SilOUlU   Ij8   Wfllll   Ujf    6v0ry-d ���������!���������,.], ,,���������...������������������   wdl   be   vouched   lo   ihe  ���������     i   c-       . i r.      ,     . i Jhiti-ii public by a (invcrumciit   brand  lioay who wants a  Urst-cisss ��������� ">��������� ���������*������������������<>. i-1"'"."'. ������.>. en- ,,.^1 .-.s  mountain boot.  I piliely-' packed Willi w hole-olll.' !i-!i.  I Tiie.aggi egat e cost, of 'Such a system  (set up I'or 'the -holt, canning season  j would not lie very' la lire aud might  I well be recouped,in our ca-e from tin''  ! piolils accruing' to the Dominion in  liespecl of 'the large lishcry leventie  HKVFLSTOICIO. JULY  10, 1S'.I7. j derived from Hi-iii-h Colm.il'iia.A/Voi--  illCi'. ' ' '  Ordeis  in   any   hr.-tucli   of   the   trade  executed in a 'xvoi knianlike manner.  pr07B5S10KA7.,  A Great. Revenue,  The inoiilb of .Line was a  great, one I  pHAS. R. CARLYON,  w '   _   _���������   Barrister^ t-Law,' Solteiiop,  and Notary Public.  .1-'0i'"KK'l'':   I.'ooin'.'. IV'il   Hiiick. Itrveh-tol;,'.  Dl.Scu.s.Si.N'i.' Canada's legislation to-  xvaids the smelling indusliy, '*<i proiu-  iuenl. 111i11<; owner" makes tin implied  Chi-eat   in   t he .s)*./���������,,,,,-/?, r A; t hat    ^HVuvineial revenue  in   Trail   (.'reel; j    _    ,    /'n.nnnal La,i,l S,u ,,or.  f^    H. ELLACOTT,  \tJ.r,     p.A.Sc.i.Me.fiii.i.l.  the    Le   Jioi    people     may    build   at  camp."    Certificates    of    woik    to    the  number of USD wore   lecorded   and   2!U  NAjrtlipoit   and   then   shut   down   the    locations were made.    The payment of  .mine if Canada puts on its export duty. } licenses imder'l he new Companies Act  For, says this   blustering   liiinc.owner, j "as, however, tlie feature of the mouth.  , '       r   ' ,>.- , '    ...     , i    I i I One   hundred   and   seventy-live   com-  ,the  Le   Loi  can   better afiord   Lo hold    panie-paid up and all but live of t hem  llieir piopei ty in   statu,  quo   than can  , liossltuid   iiftbid   to   loose ,the Le I loi  ptiy-roll. ���������  This'xeiled threat xx'ill, we. are sine,  ibe lost, upon the Dominion Cloxeru-  jiiieut, and it xvill carry but little  .weight witli the public till it is explained why,, the .Le, Hoi Co. should  Jmild ti smeller to treat their own ores  with the prospect .ahead of having to'  shut down the mine.      O  paid .$100 each lor I heir license. These  license payments alone represent, a  total of !j;17,2.j0 in ii-clf a big revenue.  The government had an eye to (be  main chance when they put'that Lax  on'the many companies incorporated  lately. .Similar amounts must, have  been paid in on the Coast, and in the  Shiran. ' . ���������   , ���������  Tin;   Opposition     party   (if    ISrilisli  ,    -Columbia   lias   had a meeting, but lhe  public aie still in ignorance of what its  i . ' . ' '  t     platf iriu is.   The public xv.iiit .to know,  and   if   the   Opposition   expects   their  loniid.'iire it should give. Ihcin    it  xvilli'   of, the company   lo   take  out   a  i orpu-  i alio,i license   ol   y]('l)  a.-   required   by  ���������   The Dig Volcanic Jumped.  ' Cop-id,Table excitement, has been  occasioned in Grand Voil<s"hy the  jmu])iug of i he Volcanic which is one  of the biggest, mineral deposits on the  continent, and was contiolled by ,Lhe  Olive Cluld Alining Comany with a  capilali/.a'tiun of }ji20,0f:(������.(l()(l. The  jumping was done, it is reported, by  panics or',-it the investigation of  part ies interested ill the properly it-  sell'and was the result,  of   the   neirlecl  Surveys ( scented in any part of lhe  Provinee  xx ith aL'-uraey and dispau.h. ���������  BOX I a'l. . ROSSLAND, B.-C.  'REAL ESTATE AND MIKING.   .OA   A1..1 "i-nil v ward in connection.  Vaccine kept on hand   .    .    .    .  9    *.  V "f    W*K  Crs. McKeoJinio and Jcf;s,i -   Attendants. |.  Anti=Mosqueet.  A Sure Preventative of  ^ .     'Mr-onniin  UlipC!  -^2BBB,n---s.lill;0������|uilU   iiiliuD  A Guaranteed Prevention.  ��������� For sale only at ���������  ABEY'tS DHUa STORE,  Open day and ni^hf',  '   ' JtSVEIiSTOKE STAT70II, 21. C,  .Mail orders promptly attended Lo. 0  TAILORS.  BUM DFR 'AMD  A   jh������������.  n?  %/Vi*  *^A;>  nrOs/^sv������rr)'  %~S L-O t! WI I ^-i L=. I \-B ���������  1)    S. WILSON",  Liocal r.Ierclirait Tailor.  FRED   B. WRONG,  Ileal Bststs .and Mining Broker,  ��������� FKIKIUHON. 15.C.'--  The Sail.Ion of l!u Tnnit 1.,'ihe I.islriet.  Copraspondcnc9 Solisliecl.   ,  -       C. S. DOUGLAS,  Roal Estate, and fining, Broker,  1?,) Corpora St., VA^COUVEa, n.C.  I .  T. MATHEWS,  Order and lfe.tdy-.Made. '  To .suit ligttre or pur!-e.  Plans and specifications 'prepared  ��������� in- India Ink or Blue-print  i Drawings.  ^j-ji  If, you desire an artistic home with'all modern conveniences  call and see Maclean, who can design you one in any  style: Otieen Anne, Colonial, Swiss, or any other style  vou prefer.    " ,  ' 1 0 i   ���������  ''. . ,. ,  Interiors  and   interior decorations -are  his  specialties. .Store  Decorations, Bank .Fixtures,   Hotel   Fixtures ; 5M;ill  shewing*   pannelled    tladoes,    frescoes, ,��������� etc.;   Artistic  Screens, \rerand.������i*!.s, Stairways, etc. can be '^"ot out to  suit the market.,     ��������� <  .   \  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  r sr,-vratJiTZ������jr,u.3.zzx 'aci1 i-g^sr-:  ���������jtjtjs jayjia  "-���������^ 3      f."**  h\fl A KJ2   &-    ���������������   a������ f\ fs������  jj   ".������   j  /^-\  a B    At! b        h        .5���������9   !i^  V      B    2  "8-=  F!  5        ELehb Eehood  HA.MPBi^LL cV: CO.  ir  Rovotetolw Station, 3.C | r' %  % if\ g        k������iL������       L������ L-rt'll I     I  ILLECILLEWAET, B.C. '     "  "The Pioneer: Hotel of the Pioneer,  ���������'   camp of West Kooteiiay, -  ���������   ' '  Fashionable Tailors.  Gin-. 13 road St. k 'I'i ounce Ave..  Opposite t he IJriard,  Lttt.e of. CJoverninenl. Street,*  VICTORIA, b. c,  l'l aiiKncss   and     without    delay.       The  '       i' <  political situation   in   this, pio\ince is  oettiiii; .sei inns.  What Ii as thai, specious "loiisoiie'r,  it 1)0 Vancouver, livi/'W,'noL to say ahoul  the. Iiitoreoloniiil e.\leiiMon plan. lion.  "jMr. Turner styles it. a steal :   Hon. ."MA.  J'lair. a   Imsiness   deal.-   Which   is   it  i' i  World] i ' 2s'o   ,ni;iit    can    ser\e    two  masters, is a good .scriptural lesson and  .one lhe  Wurl'l would   do ' well   to take-  to he.ut, or time   will   t.-tl-e a great, re-  v\ engc; upon ML.  Throug'h Line to Rosslancl.  the law pa.s-ed la>t. s.-.s-iou. 'I'll  licenses niiisf he taken fml hy.Jttly l*t  and lhat day th(' jimipiuii,- was' done.  The Gold'Oomuiissioner says that as  the'lst wan ,-t ptihlic Holiday it may  jierhaps lie i onsidered a day ol' grace,  and the money accepted the day following. 'Ai rests .-ind eouuLer arr.'sl.s  a 11; talked of and I lie a flair has c-i'.'.il.'d  consiiierahle excitement. Tlie object,  of the jumpers, was il, is said lo I'l-.-exe  out home t'hica^o people mlci cMcd.  'A Modest Prog'rainmo.  What the Liheral-ol .Ih'iti.sh {.'uluin-  liia want is ,i -toiuid. pi ogros.sivr policy  v. ith which to go into tin; coming  election campaign. Very I'll tie ha.s \ et  liee.n clone I o Corn in late 1 hat policy and  we suggest lo I Su- pai I y lhe following  .The itnnimncrmVnTus'made now that j Pi-'V''."..me:    fes,.ui.,ii   of   maul-   to  Lhe   Clolumhia   &:   Western     line    (at i ch;" '<������������������'������������������"������������������':' ^   ������'"������''' ,'llt   ������'������'>i������"i'- , '   present !������������������, n,���������,,nv gaugel will he' soon ! ^>i|> M'railways, aboil, i,>��������� of   p.opertyj JT     L.JOHNSON, , '  widened to standard.    W,.h  the  com- \ "-'-������ ^'^  "w"1"''   ["*   "ilh(   ^ \ '    '     |; ,;vI:IjS','ok,: Station, H.C.  pletionoI'lheKohsonroad to Ti ail t lii> . ������'"' M^������<> eM'iu|fl ,.nd  .Ik-   bix   trlaclu-,  will allow IVeighl go fivm anv   piu-l   of    iit,,a "'   l"-"P"''!i������"i   '"   '������>'"   .imoiml   ..f . AAnA��������� ,  ,,   ,,     - , ,*        ,, uKoud'inet thai "v.'iuni i.in:  land   I ax , Haircut and snave 50c. ^s#t������s������aE^__.  ,th>: t . I'. K. .system   through   lo   Kos--   AV,, |, ,,v, ���������������������������,:,,.,_ ,,��������� ,,n   ;.,,,,,,,,���������  ,,,   ~-������3^s:.-' Comfortable Parlors  Real Estate and Mining Broker  319 Cordowa'St.,  VAKOO'JVER, B:C.  Mining siot-ks and properties- bought  and sold on   commission,   cl'ori e.spond-  ence solicited. ,  BEAUMONT BOGGS & CO.  Mining" Brokers,  VICTORIA, B. C.  Mines and Mining* Stocks.  CORRESPONDENCE SOL'CITED.  BARBERS.  A_, McNeil,  BAF.BE3 SHOP AND EATH ROOK.  '   Front Street, lievelstoke.  Hau-cut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for S1.00.'  Inijii.i li in cif  l"'iuu Hootch and  Kn^lish Guilds.  rpIIO.MAS BROS, it GRANT,   '     ,    -   TATLOrtO   Suits I'rnin $12,   PantS'l'rom $15.  'S.'tin|ile and   inea'stu-ement   forn'is   sent  ->on applicat ion,  92 Government St.,  V/lrtr lahor only.  ., ��������� VICTOR1/', 'R.  O  MISCELLANEOUS.  . ,    '      GUY   BARBER,  ' '  WATCHMAKER AND JEV/SL.T4EH '  s. ,  Repairing Neall/.St Promptly Executed.  ' RSVELSTOKK, B. C.     -  W,   PI CARD, ���������    '  Con I rail or   and  Ihtildcr.  Good rooms, newly furnished.     -     "'-     _-      Hest table in town  ''Choicest Liquors and Cigars. ��������� Commercial Room.  ������������-������.������. ,-r- "'OH'ARDSON, Prop  RIG"  ��������� ���������  The CROWN -POINT. HOTEL ��������� '  ,      , '  -TRAIL." H. C.    '     if 1  O ' ft  Lighted'th 1 ougkout with electric light. . Maths, and all'modern  , . A c  'A '      improvements.  , ��������� ���������  .,.,., -, . ,     ,,        ���������,       , .u Itll .'Xcmpl tons tot   .ill    liiipi o\ e.ii.-t Is 1  laiidiMlho.il   iM-eaUini;  bulk.     lemeis- fll,d f,������,  ph.-   ueimpicvi.t   value   nr'im-1  tor the wipemnu; u'ork have l.ei'ii called ,��������� (n ���������,i |.,���������d   up   to   S-_>.-,l������l   iti   alldii 10:1. ,  lor   ai-cept.ince    on      Ittly     loth     ,iui\ . |u. t.ix to he -r uluad'.l o-i I he au'inii'H  operations    will    proliahly     '>;"i;in     hy ��������� ���������,-   ������������������;,���������.,,,,,, (l    ^.,ill%.    ,K1.,.     lh.-    e\-  AiiKu.sl.  Nt   and   coinnlcted    111   ahont (.mpi u.ti: cre.u imi of  .1   puhiie   t: i:-l,., ���������  lh.ee mim ills.   It will U'< all done vv ith- i,v u inch I he t,'ovt 11me.it s!,��������� |", 1.-, ,-u .-  Op;io������ito 7>vus Store.  ASSAYSSS.  ouL,.sLoppiiiL|    tratlic   on    the* nan ������jvv ,>;,,.,,,,.   t,���������,d,'    ;-.���������.     ���������-,-.,- tm.-nt     and I J OWWW f) C\VFST,  .ttail-e.     lhe   ,iv 11114 01 the rails   on   I he .,,���������-,,all.,.t-iuletri ,1 y  of   admin���������.t.,! i- n ��������� 1  I (A-���������. i.uAl i;.,\a! S.-lieol ot Mines  JiohMiu    road   will    he   coiupleled   l.y ,��������� ,,,, f.M<,,.^ .,,���������, ,,.-. ,.M..!(._ . ,,,.,. . ,,..,, I.. 11.I..11. K.iff."  November 1st and by then it will   he   a fl,,,.���������,,,.. u .v.-r,tn.ent lit- t.-u, ,���������.,.; i���������. :iinm5   Er.Bir.ccr.    Aaalyii  Ih.ouah road from lt'.'velstuk.   .'i Uoss. ,..:,.,,.,,���������.���������. ,,!,.���������,.     dun.-s:     ,,������.,,..���������' aid^ssiye-  laiitl  I., iiiliin. Kii^I.iihI )  ceil    Chemist  'i>"  I "Iliy n]   11 ,ijl .md ,i������..id   1 I't,-.I t ni t!..-.; , .    -\..|,U  of   v.,.!,-,  f..r   M.inin-.i.mp   ses: ���������.,.,..,, ,un, ,t ii:llI ,.,.,,(1,u.d ������������������  ]it ..le. 1 tve    e,    ,..,;,-      a^.ifisi       .;���������;..(    jiiiniiitie: ; ��������� ri^-ht-,    :  ���������    11.1   .-'-.ii     ii'i-u-  The Federal (liiyerument,   sime   tin- ' s.d-j--.-t, t" u->-   ai.d   .1. <-.:( a'..>)���������:   ���������   !.-'.- - ~; *  lishm.'ui o' s ;,-���������,-.. ,������������������ ,,, ,,     (j.i.u.-j;,.. ^-1-    PKLLKW IIAKVKY. K.C.K.  '.. "lit er Ul  .11. n~  HI   " In' 'I   '���������'���������"   -!i'   ' . '.". '-s; }'(    ,     '   l\Ji .,, 1, ,\'. ;-'i���������f.  In-,!.. >.l. ������"C  "ILK.)  '1 l> 1 l" 1" .  ti-!. j\ ,,j,i:   y,    ! .  , le > -    o*  >  '������������������ , t: 1.��������� 1:     i .     :! 1.  1 M met s ,,',   | p. i  1 ei t  ;. 1    i|i(,i'i   ui, ���������:,'  ���������**' -' ...���������������������������       ....     ..; 1 ui-i:   i.i 1 m. -   inn .ia   1 !. ���������   1. ..IiI'.ilt   o"  is     bilious:       Oui.'trioi     .^'i.Ssij.i.,:,;    , h, , ^... !)Ull. , - t..,*   i,,,,.,,,   ;.,   i,..;,..   ,,,  I'linis'and   Specilications   |irepar,ed   on  "short, not ice.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  p   H. HEAPS & CO.,'  Uu 1  Machinery 'Brokers,  y ol (i t'ei'iluvii Slr.'(-t,  .v.-vn'couvku, n.C.-  PETERSEN ,ER0S  pi.OFniEiOrVs.  First-Class in Every Respect.  S.imp!c-i ooms  for Commercial  Men.  N 1     1        TTel  .^to^ijOia iiiii  aSC  FRANK  VANDAL-L Piwpkiktou.    '  1  -^Revelstoke,' B.C.-���������-  Federal Railway Subsidies.  ��������� Federal (liiyei'iiment,   siia  1st of July, 187:1. litis, stppt opt iaied   nmi  expended in the   various ,Piv\ ine. s  of    ,,,.1Vl..,,,, k,,i; ,  ��������� the Di.uiinioii ii|i lo ill" 1st 01 U. i-.'.u-i.    ,i,i.i   t< !epn..i  l.S.'ti. Ioi   coiisiructinvf.  eipuppimr  and    m< i,cy   bv  .siibsiih/.ititr tail v,a\ s.    The   hiruics  an  m:\\ iiknvkij. n. c.  Mini itj ly-ijiiti'i 1 "nil ,i*N(ii/rr.  V \\< ..f.v KU. ii. A,  c'-..r,p, r.4i-.,t'r Pi.lp .1 Sf-o^it/.  FOR SALE -A tiiiaillil> (if linlil. sui-eui'l liaiicl  Steel l.'.-iils.  d. R. HULL.& 00.  Wholesale ���������  and   E.etail  BTJTGSERS.  Purveyors of 11 ig'h-class Meats.  RSVSL3T0KB, B.O.  1 All order.s in our line u ill he  prohiptly  .It.lellded Lo.  Best Table in TowvWoD- Furnished Rooms,  Choicest -Wines, Liqnops and Cigars,  Everything Strictly Fjrgt-Class.'  Terms 32 per day. Kamloops Beer on Draught  The Staff of Life  Quebec,   J<1 I.Ui(i,!':>7:   New   IImim-uii k,      tuiii i.it m. 1   <i i^t i  ii   :   -..b-e >������������������ yi ti "i    m  st'J.tllo.oIlS :    Nova   Scotia,    i^U,7l.s, loo ; f <h'l"i l .-d p.tv ii.e^.i .i nil   |.     il.   p ���������. p-  '    ^I.uiiloha. ss.ltil, |:������J: lint t-h (.'o'.uinhi.t.     (nit,  foi". .is1,,  li'-el   s,ili.-:    ,l.,!ui..n   -,"!    <  ,,  I,-       'ii    '. ,...    ��������� ���������,, !.    I',   ii.f. .ii.    sin. ]('���������,".,  ,   no.,    v \'.i l,i  ,u i !.  ....  . "ii  "-'iniicnis  ni I  .   . -   i   .!   i. 1.1 ,.'.. ci .��������� '   l! !' .          , |  '    \.    '' ,',.('.-���������: (.'���������.' '.' '.   .!',' i. iiii:: j  is Brea  JS21.lll.7tXi:    I'l'iiue     Fdu.u-d     I-I.i.id, ii'ot I _: .-_'.   l.u; iib'i'u" f   !,..���������- -\,-s   oi,  JsiHo.S^I:    Noillr.vest   Tei ritot li-,    ST.- ,i;i     i'pt..l     I mi  Ti_r     -',-*     u l'..al.     iie  (."���������Jh.^lii.    Itts.ilso   oi   mtei;i..-l   iu   u.ite i'i ���������i>i lu~-',i'id . ij.i dit v   "!'    i;;p..'tinui ������  lhat the aiiL.ui.il  i n.-t .ol    the   Woiks   to to   lie-   ���������'i iv ei t,i-i. ',1    -.-!'. .i.-:   appoitl  wnuh   the    tuivi'i'iimi'iil    is.    pleileeil, 1111 111 ..t ,c 111.\ .11 f . i.11r ���������.'^-1���������.'i ��������� < i 11,.(' a i.���������  c.ilcul.ui'd al :i pei   (.'ill.   inti'iest.   will into   mi!   pu^ili-b   '. :j.>i t     nl   . '. i������ I������ in ������������������  be:     l'*.isl    Ailantic    -. rv ice,    o-'i' 10.1 ''Ji I: n v; irdiiiir    Jbe    piiie i|   .1    dinli'i       in  Ilj|"Utl|ulll.lle;ih'Il.si<ill. Ji ,-|| ly illt.-re si. e\|-.| ,.|j. ,. ,.,  | j,,. j'; ,.v'.f|. i'      w"l  I.  '.   /.'. ".  s-21'l.Uil'l;   K..i'|e|,,.y    i ,ii..v,iy-.     flow'-. <       ' ���������   Ae-l, .> 11 ls.1,1 jt >:    li.nn.v     Kiver   i." 111 ���������.���������. ,i;. ; \ n ,'i^-it it I. ������������������ i     i. ,. j t. -1    :|.     '-eii it i     ���������-  y.Jl.tiikl; c.m.il .leepeiilie^.  V . .le   ol    I.S.u. -ml     ,..     I|.-    s ���������. 11,:������i.' ��������� 11 -. ���������!       '.V       ..:',,-i,  '.-sl.V.i.t^n.    i-.n. . [,iii..|.ii-  '   .       I.in       i.i     ,-.   ..     VI,i.  v-ti.ii,  !'..|'|'  I . I'll.''   i- I I I -  ll     ' .    I  I   1 11'  T     li  1  iASSiYEE,  \y^s,^\i^//  The better the bread tin; better  ' '"_��������� the,staff.      '"-s^ks^  ; , a.;n. smith,  Baker and Confeclioiicr,  R i \ i.i.^'iok i: S'i a noN.  o  (������i.t    ..  I  ill h'   ' !if   W'mihI- lluiir M'-w   ( tu'iiuic  ^  Fr'iZO   ,Vi.   /.'cLLS   .M '.������  L//.V   -r<>  Thl"l.'"lt'J)Ifl   A^.ld!  liniuiiieiiL damsel ol a s,.| i,m,dechiu'       0������       i.Aulj������JillO'jll      VJ       Viii j  in I he iletuaiid lor .'iitil vi hi.|.'s,ile [a a i > .   ,  ill   .Mil- pi..Villi e's t,| I   ..illiioll   in    the ' (<������Ppo-lli'   fmV   -Sillin   lit Odh    '. ,  Jn'.sL and   l.irire-i    maik.-l     that    nt    I le-  L'uiLcil IChiiidum    ayam Ihiealeiis  our    ( ' 1'Ut cries,    l"c(ilH   f't'lld.   .UvV.i\  ���������fieat   fishing   industry   mosl    iuop|ioi- .  li lv, at  theveiy i.lM'i.in-iil ,, -e,,s,���������, Ircsll   ail(l   i<l|l   -stOCK .     , \\l\n������    \t-    ^  ���������-   r v  of i'vpi'1 led    '*ieioid"   rim   Aiu\   imie.-- i'i \\i\   I      *     "> t    \ ' \      \I   ��������� c c'.-.'irr������py   i> ���������    liluuCiJ   oy  riL..   OiULin. ^J  Shopi,    A.0':o-antc.  Stoekholm House. iMfll  .1. ALIMCI-lTSTON'l!;, I'liOi'niKTon. ���������  .    '-���������  The Dining Room is' ftipnished with the hest the  'Markat .affords, ^     ;    ���������  THS BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  ' WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  li^.- ���������c-J-s  Can    procure   at    the    principal    Motels  , THORPE'S   SODA   WATERS.  Awards for Kxcellenre World's Fair 93.  1G90  GKR,_A.lsr  ID1897 jjnr    PFMTPAI       HOT PI  At Revelstoke, July 12th i  ^!7  "fi /f . rv  By a Small Jin^'.iniciM  i"'dii.KP.'ek.        NEW STOnE.  Liv i-i-pool's iiiedii ,i| ol'f'u er   ol"   health  i.'cently |irev "tiled publicly lie- -ale hy  auction in that  city  of  a   . oi.s, -,,������������������., ,1  ' A   ChanC(,   t(,  fa^fa  Q   C(jrj|-0  of t imied saliuoli, l>y (lei lat ine-    lli.il    il  uiii.st   not    Ik-    Used    li i    human    food.  This stopped | he -all' .it    0111 e   ,'n.d    I li(  Ill'VVs.     spi,.,id      |,i|      .md     will.       Ih      I lie   I       'I !u   li,Hi  -s in ' |.l.    ji. i I       eil   '      ,i "ill  I'llili'll   hlll^doill   by   lll.'.lllsol   Ih.'dllllv        IMll. - nl   I  . l..,ll���������,l. I I,. .II.'-"    'I       III. u.  pies-.    ,,nd     thiou^h     tfion'is      li,id. -hiiIiv-kI.  'pa pel .s, is eei I ;iu I,  lol low mil the   lei ei,|  l'J.Sili-il     sciie    ,i|,(|     Ibe     Wooii       libel  w bleb ( .'line III  lis wa ke,   In   ,il,n in    I In  l!i il i -li i oi,.stiiniiie;  public  and   ^ic.iilv  le I he loss ol   oil!   lishei y   u.dii-liy   d"-  | il i's- alike del u.a lid   and    pi n i -,    mil"- -  i ( nimi'   'mi      u I   e   I I    "  I V 111" [il oil i I'I est  act ion ('11  I be pa I I   o| \n\ urn   nl 11 . -'   m.n  11 .i I   i '. m    ,   i  .our    I liiininii'li ��������� autlioril ies,    the     hui-j      I'i.i- t'uitb.-i- : .-..-i i.-.i it.:-. n ;/;.J;. tr.  ���������J'aiiie of our-cl-'.-inlv and iTJ.'cieiilly con- j FRED  0.   WRONG.,  yducled    .alniou    cam.iliK    iudurl.l-V     be ! .,���������.,  ,.., ,;,,,, ���������, |i(|  y] ���������    ���������        , .,���������,,.,    .  inlly ri'siivcilaied,    l.epmis ii, hand do t.,,n���������,rc,...,. ,.,  UiiiIm   chr-   A.'H'ucch   ul   tliy  itvyn^-stoko  i^.i'/"> 0r.4i:i;u v.niizQ.  f,'.'l/i       limn    uciilv    cii'M    poinl    iu  lb ,'l il n  ' '"hliiihia   '.\ ill   eon \ eoc.  Wliole^la and Retail  ,   .   UlljUlJJ'j/l   .   .  l!> up I.   Speaker-.,   ( /rai  AIMIAIIA.MSON   I'.IAS.,   Pimi'imiitoiis.  Fii-st-class Table   ���������   Good Beds   *   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   *   'Bus Meets all Trains.  IRIEJ"  13.0.  !<! !  ar.ide,   I'.K  -1   ' i \ 'i ie . i  I'f.ir.iiiii 'i  (,ll ,ll      \ Mil    ' I III lilt' ,1 .   '>  i.i, .1 Im,.!.. -m.  I I 'i  I i. 'int.i. ',no 11 -I I. ii  ( li|.|������ I . i ��������� >  I 'I II.   ''ul '' 'i  .ijili.I"! t'.-t.w Mio/i rat. ti lion' .'ill  iiolntf.  THE  ,QU  tLIM  EL  H\n',;".ti  i.vri,  round   tii;i.  Mr ' 1,1 i; r  Miik Oov/s; SadclJe, Paok,   i-: ai-mi:.      t .i. ciiaiiam.  D pj y j n a; a i) d I) rt: u. fj'h h 'A' ^' ';" ^  .Hordes.  TJnuo'lr'.lpjiT-   FlnUiAn'   V  T1   ��������� lP'"r'' ������������������p}'i-\h<^ni ly  ���������fi *    ��������������������������� ."���������'*.���������.  , I h '    V*' >i'' :������������������,:'' '        i-i       r      "     li"   '(".'".'.-' :(.   'it a y!  ' ���������, Suiiila v ,-is;i'i!  i~. v "ill's.  i. ���������\ iii.'ii    i.)<���������   ('n- mo-  ('. and, t'oimd'-'i'  i'i    \'ii-t ei i,-i   ."j  in*  AI'.llAI'IA.MStA'   HIUJ.S..   I'lmi'ttii.roiis.  HvcryMiing new and l;irsl=c!ass in all Respects.  ,". .Mbe I Tho tioiisi] is si'j'jkud-with; the Finest Wines cimi Oiprs in - tii s M-arkgt  TSIOIJT   XjJ^JSZtt   OITT.'. 33,G.    ' THE KOOTENAY Al A IE.
District Hems.
' Ross],fill's- Dominion 'Day festivil ies
extended over three days.
.J. Foley Nerectinu; one of t he neatest
buildings* in the counti y at Arrowhead.
The I nth. Northern I telle and'li.imb-
ler-(";n iboo, three SI oca n propei lies ,u-e
each to have a new dt ill plant put in al
an early date.
The Payne mine is shipping 10 ton.s
of oie a day and the oui put. will he hi-
ci cased as soon as <onvcniences vvill
The O. P. H. boat-,' while leaving
Arrowhead the name' time as previously, now arriv.tjat Trail at ,11.oO a.m. instead of 2 p.m. as h.'ielofore. The
r.avitiic in time is manVA'tt Kohson.'
Doiniuidii Geologist ii. (i. .McConni'll
will pass most, of t he .summer in mak-
\i\<jt a (hot ough isurvey of I lie Salmon
]'ivei district of the Nelson milling division, with headquarters at Saltan.
, He vvill he asAied hy an eiliciciil
corps consist jn<r of Mcm-i :-..). II. Pre ck.
..I. McKvoy nuuAV. \V. I.each.
The West Kdoter.ay Povverand Lijrlil,
Co., which has, a chaster to supply
povvet, heat ami light wit hin a I adiu.s
of lift.y miles of liossland. have commenced op'ernlious "in a large scale.
They have let. a contract, for H'CtXM
yards of roi'k foi a dam al t lie middle
falls Kootenay Piver and vvill put in
au elect i ie plant theie (if 10,(K)l) hoise
(lower. The Canadian, vjcncral Kh-ct rii-
Co. has sccurcil the conliaid for the
plant.      '    '
against   .MacA.     Thev   -.lio'   again   and >
Jim lost. , AVtrh tears ii, his ev<- lie ' "T.T PMT>Jf, PT |T k MJJ Wfi}3
hegged for food hurt the winner was \�� liplfii.ll fJ % jlAJfllJUl UJ.1
iiu\\or,'i I iie and the hungry man hud x*> i ���
(juit the tlip.     Jle'didn't eat for days      r        i_^^^^~_���...:__^=^-	
(and the I a veils didn't feed him eithei) ,'
aiirAas   ���.,,,ivlet   out   at    hi-   l.m>l "   j    !\/PPV      FVPRFftft
w hen he uot  hnm
i  !
'J'he   Clmrcli   of" England   lots   ate ;
being cleai ed of ljrtisli and vvill lie nicely planted -ind fenced. i , ' j
I Fi B^ K $ e
J. O.. HUTCHISQN/Rea'iiquapisps  fop stove-wool
i '
Revelstoke Station,  B.C.
Heavv    I )nivin'>"   or   Transfer
work a specialtv.    ' .'
Revelstoke Station, B.C.
su.iiinii'd v\'jii(l, riir.l in-stm c lciie;tiis. mi   1i,ui<1  ' 4-j-A -r-n-,-*-..    t.   r -t������?- -r-i m��
ill.'all times.    I....U-C ..kP'I-, .it   W. Jl. Pe-.i-e-     CASH FOR   RAW   FURS
& Cll.'-i stlll-C. ��� I '  O-   A~
 ' _. r i      (,   v%.   |��Ajj)\V[X. Kamloops, P.O.
Application for Lipop, License,  j .���ep.esen".ii.g.).'sei.iit;i!ma.,n..si.paui.
.._ -- i Xevv   Voik,    and    London,     liiigland.
I  IIK.I.'i^iiV (!IV|.; NO'I'ICK Iiml ."KKl.-ivs fi-oni '
I il.itciif liiis iii.i ice 1 inieiul in apply to tin-
(Iiiid ('niiii!iis-iiiin;i- ,-it "\< l--i.ii for a lii.Uisc lo
soli li<|iior Iiy rel.-iil .il Mineral Cuy. .silijciiii
ilistnct. on fii'i'tuisi�� known n-i Mineral ('ii\
Hold. i        1!. ('. IitlJlJ". :>.ikm,i.
!;i),tli'il l!iis-.':J,nl ilny of.liiiii'. lj-!)7.
gives ;i fair'and Mjtiaie nssoi Uncut,
and allows full value, foi" nil., kinds of
taw fins.  Shipments solicited.  J'lompt
Ai the Company's Store is carried a Ft^l Stock of General
Merchandise :     Miners' Supplies and Outfits at close rates.
P.O.   Al.'lJOWlIKAJ-.
returns assnied.
The 'Imperial Bank.
The Twenty-Second annual   meeting
Af   the Imperial Hank   of  Canada' was
held on'the Kit h of .1 une   last-  and   the
,-innual   statement   presented.   -It   dis-
, closed   a  anost   satisfacloi y   s|,ile    of
alTairs ad'oiding  much   cause   for  congratulation to (he directors and, shaie-
holdei-s and exhi'oits all' lhe   matk-*  of
good ni.iiiagemeiit.     It  shewed   a'   rest
account   of   tflJoO.fTO   and   1lT.it   well
known feature-'  of  the   linpeiial   Hank
, was   again    in   evidence.      the     large
, amount,  of ass-ets  to" meet linhililics.
The iiiuonnt. of  its'deposits   .vith  aiul
without   interest  vvas  over  nine  millions of dollars and ' its   notes  in'circulation   were   $].'3o7,7S3.    Altogether  it
is a   most  *n\ isfnetory   statement  and
f t his,was shewn ina practical   form   hy
' 1 he payment, of a icnii-annual dividend
of I per cent,  which  ftwith   a   lionus   of
1 per cent, makes- the annual   dividend
uptobthe tisiuil "siandard  of  nine  per
cent. A
Corner of 1 Listings and Cambie Streets,
, ..   , ' VANCOUVER,  H. C."
The Company's S.S;��." LARDtAU " coimee ts wit li .-ill C.P.P. trains  ami, .sleameis.   nnd   makes-   daily'
trips hcl.wecn An owhead and ('oinaplix- and Thonison'.s Landing.    (Join mill licat ion is thus edaliKslu-d wilii
all points in the Larde.ni, Trout Lake and Pish Creek disti ids. > <���
The Company's tug "-ARCHER"' is ready to enter into lowing and freight ing (('ml i.-iels-.
i The Townsite of COMAPLIX is heing surveyed aud will .shortly he, placed ou the mat ket.    Comaplix
is ( he oui lit I ing point and he.uhpiarl ei-s for I he Lardeau and I''ish (,'reek district s now heing opened up.' ' It
occupies ,-i hetiiilil'iil .situation, high and dry, on I.he N.P. arm of Upper Ari'ow Lake'-, eight miles' fiom 'Arrowhead.     Deep water for ves.sels all I he year round,    (iood hotel accommodation. .
R. TAPPING, Agent for Revelstoke.
Ktltiipped   with   Plevator,   ICiedric   Pells.        Heatedu-vyith   hot   water,  and till
modern   imnrovemenls-.
Hal('.s %-J per day.
C. THOMAS. Phoi-hiktoh.
His, Many 'Interests.
''Lord HtisM'll of Ivillowen, 1 he Lord
Chief .Justice of Pugland, in a speech
at the Simth Aitstialiaii dinner in
London,.!!'! .lime 2nd. said Ih.-ida few
months ,-igei in the capital of Canada he
met, in I he 11, a re of Cou'nnons, a young
gentleman who h.-ul heen. only a lew-
years liefore. ,-i neitrhhoi of his iii Surry.
He said to him.' " What are you doing
lie rep" His answer vvas; '/ | ,-iiua
representative of an electoral district
in Canada. I ha v e a frt.'it. farm and a
cattle itiiich, and 1 run a weekly news-
papcr. and I represent au electoral district, as larsre as liiiLrland. Ireland,
Scot land and Wales all put' together."
The "yotnm gentleman" iu question is
douhlies.s Mr". Hewitt ISo-toek. .M.P,
for KooLen.'iy-V.ile-C.irihoo.��� Nelson
Miner.    '
DAILY STAGE LINE: Thomson's Landing to Trout
Lake City and Ferguson.     ��� ,
Stage leaves Thomson's every morning, .-it" 7 o'clock, foi  Trout   Lake.   Cit}'   and
Ferguson; letiiriiiiig. leaves those places at 2 p.'in. ,
(loud freight wurolioiisijs tincl ijtiick dispatch.    J^or all iiiforiii,ition about tians-
p-.n-Lation'or hauling ii) Lardeau and Trout Lake vvri.te
1 i
'Thomson's Landing-, B.C.
KAMLOOPS, B.O.     ���
Best oi' evervthins-' ti*oint>-.
RUSSELL, &   HEROD,   Prop's.
Capital Authorized,. - 32,000,000
Capital Paid-up, - - - 1,963,600
Rest, -   -   --'-,-   -    '- ----"-"1,150,800
H. S. KOWLAND,        - ' '  -   '    Presidcm,.
T. R, ME*^SIITT.    -    -     Vicc-rresldent.
Wiliiar.i R.imsay. Hugh Ilyan. Robert
J.ifVray.   T. Sutherland Stayncr.
"U        Lrf
roAi ���
I rUu
Try Again.   , <
"A cahh'm-.tm fiom Loudon announces i he fact that Px-.Mav-or .11 ill it
Ci'rant of N'ict oria hits been appoinieel
mamiging diieclor of the' \Vaverley
.Mines Limited and that Mr. llranf-
Ciovati sjiiled to-day fiopi Livecpool e'li
l oute for Koolentiy."
This is  taken   (nun   the   V.'incouvi'r
iVurld of Sat iirdav. .) ulv .'h d, and   is  a
sample of   the news  liie    li'mVa.  gives
and how it   gets   it.    It    is   not   John
, Cir.'inl of  Victoria  that   has   helm  appointed   iti.-iii.-iuiiiir    diiectot . of    the
r    W'avei ley mine, and   Grant-tioyari   arrived in Kevelstoke the  d.iv  ,\\'ii'V  the
II'(ir/'/'.s news of   his having left  Livet-
)>ool appeal i d.
7   ' The   present   centre   and future
headquarters for * ~
Head Office,    -
D. R. WILKIE, General Manager!
IP.   liE^^ISZII],   M.E.
��� Mining Engineer and Metallurgist
Assays oa Gold and. Silver.
Analysis of All Metals, made- al lowest pates.
.Prompt and   Corrcci.   Hcsulls' IJu.-irantt'ed.     Reports inudo on projier.Lies, ,.
etc.     (.'i\e mo a call. a      ' '
Establish Yourself in
Forcig"."! MatoliBo.  ���
Foreign matt-he-,.' in future, instead
of heing .supplied to tis I'i oui Sweden,
will uppiivntly e.i.ue all the way from
.Japan. The competition of the
Orientals has -aheady. it i-. said,
desl i oyed i.he I'hi'rope.ui match trade
iu I ii.lia, CMiin'a ami ilon'g Kong, and
vvill so.in e.vei t itself ill America/
After supplying their in irkel, the
Japanese are able to .-end 2..V)d,(l(li),l)!);i
hove- I.o tlie rest of the world, Asia, of
cour-i'. (aking mo.-t of this .surplus output.      O-aka,    where     the    American
syndicate has pm i hased one of lhe
inmiermis factories engaged in the
maniilacl lire, produced lasl year It)!),-
(K)!l,l)Ui) doZ(;li hoxe-of III.Itches, giving
employiueiil In .'IA'.) men and !',711
women, liesiiles i hoiis.-tuds of chil.l.en.
who earn a few sen pei day in the
work. The stiek.s are cut hy machiuci \,
r.ii'1'ed into lil lie hoses  Iiy women,   a\ii\
',   Lhr\L
f;   i Y-
A H V A M T A 0 E 0
Hrout lake city
3       is reached by rail  from
Revelstoke   to    Arrowhead, 28  miles.;  thence
by steamer,  10 miles, to Thomson's   Landing1;   and    a   short
stag-e of   12 'miles;   the   entire
journey occupying only 6 hours
-through,  magnilicent mountain
I and kike scenerv,
j!     Well-known     mining     prq-
j ,'moters and   capitalists, already
; Shave their   representatives   on
the   ground,    and    it    is     no
boomer's dream to say that before another,six months Tuou r
Lakh Cirv  will bu a bustling
Itis tho centre of thoLar-! ,'ccntre of b-isiness and the prin
' B/iWSVlfJiS IX OXTAHIO:, ���
��      ,
Kssc'v. Kerens. U.ilt,  Ini-'L'i'Jiill. XiauMra  l'"ulls,
i   Port, CoILioroc. lint Poi'tiw. St. C'.itli.U'iilt's,
.s'.uilt   .Sin.   M.iriu,   SI.   Tlir.iinif,   Wolliind.
'    Wmiilstiick. .
(Vim: Wellington St. anil I viului'Limu
Tiiuovto J Ydiiki1 and Qucin Sts  Hniuoii.
1 \ Venice iiiiil'I'luiir S(s. Iit.incli.,
lir.iniloii. 'Man. I'lirtaite1 Li 1'iairio. 3M.in.
I'ulKiiry. Albyi-la. 1'iiiice <i\lljc-i t. S.i��k.
l'*!li'noiiinii. Alia.    Wiiiniiji-Jj. Man.
Vnn'coincr. '     -       -*      -'      -        Hevelstoke.
AGENTS ��� .   |        =s= , , '-,'''
'Lon'iiox. Kno.. Lli^ifs Hunk. Ltd.   Nr.vv-Yoi:k.    rm n     -. . ���  _T       .,
i5.-aik��ir.Moiit.(-ai. ; The fast growing centre of North
A general banliiiiof "business transacted.
v   Boads and doTJcntui-cs bousht and sold.
A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Ravelstoke.
' -:-?fe    A^^'^i
���__��� -.-��^���c-I��t^���
AND --
cipal town in this ire'isure-ladcn
Lardeau. the new centre of attraction for the best' mining
enterprise, skill and capiiai
which Oriiish Columbia has
magnetized within her borders.
dean mining district.
' v.
It wilThave railvrays to
tlie north and soufcii.
It's climate is superb.
It has plenty of building j      The climate and  soil of the
timber and a sawmill; <Iist,"'ct arc a'l, that  could  Ik-
in operation, providing' t-<*ircJ by Uhjrancher.gardener
,       | , , ,   i or   Iruit    grower    lor    whose
lumber at  reasonaole ,,,���,. ,^,,. ,-,.,,      ,     .,
I products a prulUable and rapid-
prices Oil the Spot. | ly   incn-asin-    m trket    exists;
Its      lake      ail'Ords      OX-1 wl"li,sl   l()   l'ne    sportsmen    the
,   ceptioiially good  troiit' .nHgH-orhood iiiiords  game  in
r,      t     . .   !     llll'TllV.
(���..Heeled   ami    put    in     Ira s.      Th,. nSillllg. ' ',-,' l     ��� l     l'
.siil|ihi.ralid parallinare |iut oi. in h..ml | , ' ; I lie aCCOminod.il K Ml mcll ides
iress,..;, ..mil uie sineaied i��oinis ���,.,. it has a crov/n grant, pui1-! good hotels, Stores, pOSt office,
cliasers of loto tlrurj ob-; r<-;Cf)!'(!inM <>{���'"'-, lunc-hi r shop
taming   ail    absolutely   ^ndm-tny private rc-idences.
A      minding   operations   .are   in
then dried in I.he sun. Tiie boxes aiiil
laliels aie made hy Iii t le ;>irlsj who ,-ne
��� ���xl ri'inely dextei-oi.s in | lie wo.k.
When it is mentioned I,hat the-e liitle
experts eel, from one lo live cents lor
twelve   houis'    woik.   or   .111   a vcia��e.
perhaps, ol a!u 1111
���cols  a .week,   all
hope    of    Kiii-ojican.s     malcliin^     tin
Japanese in this line must, he "ivim up.'
Hi! Canii" Hoini! ihingry.
People vvoudcied vehv a eeilain
11.11 I \ we'll call him >I un vv lio 1 ci-eiilJ
ly 1 ellirued I'mm filee-illeu ,iel vvas so
ra vemuisly liuni;iy an.i so Inlaid iu
appeal.nice. Theie's a c.i.ise I'or e\"iv
e.)('..(, aiul theie's one for liiis. dim
au I his   pat I urn'   .Mac,  were   o.i a pros
clear title.
mil progress, and irie establishment of the sawmiil will tend
.still more to enhance ihe immediate growth of this rising
tow n.
nside, $100; pav,'b!e $a. A down, $::. ;: in ^ months, $33.3^   v   ,. "',''-' """"" ''.'','  i;   ;
I I       . t    ' ��� '   ���' .4 1 JJ   .'���' ' I '-'���'   *>��� '  1   So, ti ;���i-,  11^1"  li'iiv 1 s iti   -In 11,1
in 0 ir.'inihs.
p-clinir   trip,   aiid    in a rash   moment,] ,. ���- t 1       ' 1 it- ��� . l ,-,- ���        r
1 .      "���      '        ,       ���      ,       -     1   ''( orncrs,     10; y.w aide ,>s< *. do\\ n. %^c> in  3 months,   %^o   in   o
when time   vias   li-i n lji 11 ij   he i v ,l\, .1 mi '    '     ���'       I ' ������ ' -' ��' '      < ���>
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\'A\<P<)\'\'[:.\<. !;.(... iiA(ji-: -i.  G  Mi I J !/  UK KOOTKNA.V MAIL.  ���������'SP&'  - Kootenay Lodge  *  iCZP     No. 15A.F. &A.M.  &%. AI   >^&,*  *   'lliu u'l^nkir un dim;  /.' -,"���������" y^       arc liclil in  lli<- M.e-  c*������~���������----V^   ������\        nim-'J'ciiiplf.Hoiii nc'--  V Vrr^-'"^'itv>Slrfe=. llall.   un    tliu   liiiiel  ���������^y^JJtt^y'^^-yiiiv.a-.xy    in    cidi  i���������S iiiimt !i   nl    8   p.   in.  _> f.^-A!"-    Visitini,'    lii-et lii-cn  " -=-=��������� C(l!-lli.'lll,\   Wl-llflllll'.l.  II. K. SJIYTHK. Siciu win'.  "5j>v:  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No.,23.  ,iiy*^vj '       Ki-xnl.ii'uicrl nil's jit'i-hulil  >^>3SJe?i.i    in "il ifcllnn.s' Hull i vi'i'j  ���������/������g-������*fsfyti:J&. Tliin-sd.iy  liijjlil   .u   li^lit,,  --.���������^-Sj^JSsiy'/s! o'clnck.    Visiting brntlieis  tjS^FtoXZSr^''  oi-.lnilly vvt'lcoineU.  ���������J. A. .STONE. N.C  T. .J. Ol.'AllAM. Six-.  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1658.  Iti'^iii.-n- nire'tin^s nre liclil in  tin: Oilil Fellows" Hull, nn tlie-  Mi'Ciuiil .-ill 1 fnni-tli We-,lncsil,i\'.s  nf e'.-i'-li 11l<.litll al 7:.'id p. in.  Visiting lirrtlii'i'ii nre i-i.nli.illy  in\ iteil.  K. AllAIIt.      'I'..I. (."ItAIIAM,  W.M. Iti'i-. Sruy.  We've ��������� ��������� '��������� .  1 4 I  J list Arrived ^  ��������� And are 'equipped fop-doing  the Drug Business on up-to-date  lines.-. We offer you. Good  Service, Pure Materials and  . Reasonable Prices. AU of which  we think you will appreciate.  ' Mail orders will pecoivj}  prompt and careful attention.  We, want an opportunity to  do you good.  THE  ' McDOWELL-ATKINS-WATSON GO.  (Limited)  , THE DRUGGISTS "���������  McCapty's Block ." Hovelstokc Station  ICSTAnijISIIED ]&������������������>  . WE1LER BROS  VICTORIA. B.C.  W&QEj&n ComolBtB House Fiipnisliings  2^S&3/Jiv&' i i r  ''is '  -^sa^fS^-      Largest   stock   west   ol    1 oronto.  "*"" Write  to   us   for   Prices   anil   Illustrations.  NOTARY -PUI5UC -   -   REVFa.STOK K,  B.C. '  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.    _     '  . Representative of the Kootenay Smelting- & Trailing" Syndicate.  ACKNT FOI! TliOUT LAKH CITV' KVA N.srORT, KASLO a- NWKU.SP  Si  mdows,   Mouldings, , Casing's,  osts,.. Balusters^   Stair"' Rail,  Brackets, <&e.    -  Newel  REVELSTOKE  ���������j STATION,. B. G  & DUNN & CO  BORN.  "-Jco-IT.-At   la;vi'lstiiUi\  July ,'itli, lliu   wile', of  Nut Scott, nf ii son.  jMauti.w���������4\t, ItcveNloUi', Tlmi-clny. July S, tliu  wife of .I.e.. JMiii't.in of M -un.  4  \\'holcs;ik: ;uk1 Retail Dcahtrs in  Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and  ..        , ...   7   Ship1 Chandlery Supplies.  1  AI-(i,;i complete line' eii-   Shelf    and     Heavy     H A RDAVARl''. ��������� '       .  ^mrggysj^ (Carpenters'    Tools,    &c.  ��������� ���������      n  Jessop's .Steels,  Ore Gars,'  Ore Sacks,   Etc.  ���������   PLATK G LASS A KIMiClA LTV.  Write for Information.    ,     ' ' V A-N CO U V K!\,   D. G.  Tr.  cLennao, '.McFeely & Co. Ltd. '".  ,          WIKlLIOSALI';"-- --  ,,  ron; Steel, Miners',- Mill and, Blacksmith Supplies.  P  il,  **���������*>  Furniture Dealers & Undertakers.  MARRIED.  ,  r  !���������'MillI.M.l Diii:ink���������AI   l!i'Vi'l-,tiilc(;    linspiul.  .Inly .'iiii, li.\ licv. .1.-\. Wiiuil, 'W. .1. F.iir-  li.ill of 'I'diiLipliv, I!.('., In Mi--- M.i.^ic  Don-is uf ,l'i:li!i'ljori)iiL;li, Out.  Uoyii.���������,M tliei.runldciie'C of '1'lios. Haiti, I'ovi'l-  ttoki'. Tiicsilny, July .'illi. -Uoxin.i ('. helm -  I'll wif',1 of Julia l>. Ho.v.l, .igoil-.'S.M'iii--.. '  ���������' LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Upholstering and Picture 'Framing a Specialty.  Agents for Ka_\mond l-sewin,"; Machine-, .M.-iiittl';ict,iiioi-s Life I iisui-.-iiicc Society,  Union v Kiie: I n.siir.iiice Co., ,Fi oviiici.il litiililin^ iiml Leiiin Asssuci.ilitin,  Olic.ws'iinrl   Pl.wei.s. i, ��������� , ���������  Hardware   -   :   Stoves - -'  -   Enamel Ware.  122 CORDOVA STREET,    .  -   -0-   -   -'-   -   VANCOUVER,"B. C,  J., W.   CA.MPION, Sp,:r.ili,-n-T,;:a-ii,rar  '���������"3    , 1  Th3'WI; MIIM'ON lAMFAOflMNB C0���������M  ��������� manufac;tithi<:i;s of "' ' ��������� ���������  Sfit     s'iLLiAtlb':'   IVih:!:!!.";  {iii-Uit.i   1\pPj   bMcl.ilAh   ti'iAUnli^ni'  (Unrlar Licensa from THE E. P. ALLIS CO., Ivl.lwaukeo, Wis.)  Ch.irlio ykcitt: ' is iiii))tining��������� sniiit;-  -wli.it.  F. Cl. Riuqiiior w.-ts in toM-ir.Mniidiiv  ;iiifj TiU'S(J.-i)-.  The' fut'iiitui������ in nc.-ii-ly nil in ,-it, the  Hotel lievelstoke.  Turn Iiil������';ii-rls- is now t-e.sidiiijf in his  j lew litniM" un the hill.  Y. .McCiiitv i-- sending in ,-i hi^ het-d  of uiitl.U' fur Trout Like City irarket.  Deictiir McKechnie's stAter h;ts ,-tt-  )-i\ed .-t/id will assist, in coneluctiti^ lhe  ' Ke\ clstnke iIos|iit;il.  ���������Jack Shitw ,-is Kim; Winiitjii III.  will he ;i con-;|iictiiitis (t^iire ini life  glorious t wolftli.       ' <���������  Vi'. (J-illiths A* C'ei. opened up their  new (Irutj sLore next to 11 ttlcliison's  ton Tliuiscliiy eveiiiiiff. - ��������� NELSON  iScvpr.-il uf .Mr. IJii.sLock's cuiisiiliients ' v  ������!ioiik liiinds with him ;u the   plat fm in ���������  ;it the cle[>ot Tucsitliiy.       ' ;  A joke is a   joke.    There    nre   ���������.(line  CInisliei-,. Kulls.   ,1'ciru,   ('iini'i'.nl fiit.iii'f-.   Si-iei'i'.-,   Kt.-inip^.    Pumps,   ('nmpi-es-.'ii's,  '    ' llni-ls,  [-icillt-i���������.  lOn-ini'.-.   W'.-ileV \\'lli-el-,  K\r. - '  Sole Ag'-its for B.C. ("or JOHN BERTRAM & SONS Machinists' Tools.  Branch Cl"''" " ') \Prp ] ? f >!->(> 7 > / "U T /" '  j-J       /UiT  VANCOUVER, B.C. L   I J I. Li U bl > iAVJ u V* 1 I,   Ux\  I .  "ANADIAM .GEflERAL TlECTRIC.OO;"  (LLMITKD.)  Capital, Si,5C0,000. Head OfFices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric1 Mining Apparatus,  Ile.ists.  Ptimjis,  I'.iiivveis,  I'.iits.  I'.lasMn^r .'-.pp-ir.aus,  I >\ iijimns fur, Li-jlii ill"  tuif]   Awei.  Motni.s i'l-r all  Pinp.ise-..  I;,k:ct)*ic<il tr<in^iTii-*^ioii of p'uv<.;r .succcssi\tiiy ojjcrated tip  to 50  iv.\\it, lw our THREE PHASE TRANSF.IIoSiOK SYSTEM.      "  JC3.. ,k^A JL-pi/  KiKIKG, RflAGHHIERY  sawwiiu. fmmna  MAR!SE .EiiGiKEG    ' .  General    (blinders,  engineers, boiler-  makers and manufacturers of all .classes  of'machinerv.  .).  1<1 W. MACFAKLANK, Mnmiyer:  s^CXBEELS CO. LTID.*  SHS^glli si\.".-1. full ���������' supply ol  fe^^^^i^?#&|      ������������������       c"^ccrs      and  ���������-"A-A":AA::A-:>J^^^^f|^>te ?]   mill supplies, .'pipe  and  MRP IN .STOCK'  of  id  a   mm supplies, .pipe  and  !|   futing-.s,    brass     goods,  4   steam    fitiino-.s;"   wood-  g|   y>p\h pulleys, oak tanned  1    leather belting,.etc.  .0-3PR8?. of.Alexandep" St-, end Wesiitiicsttr^Ave. Yaneouver, B.C.  P.O.  Drawer  /o-  Cable address " Cove."  rt. ^ M.  Hardware  ^WRFN  1 ..  1  [! .1 ii 'l () !'.>    - .11 I'i:[ i������'i ������ '>Iuin:>! t  VANCOUVER  O* TEI &������ELJ^sFr,  Stores-  -   Tinware    -    Tinsmithing",  .,   , ,      ' Paints   - ' Oils '. -   Glass.  J c ������  Ssecial attention given mail orders. ,    '  KM STATION, B. O.  T.VR1  L  \*J  penpie. \ou can ji.ke some you f.-ii.iiot.; Real Estate and Mining Broker.   ��������� -   - - ---  line! siiincyou .shoulil tint. ,1 ' =  ���������,";������t^t:''ZJLKia ."Ai:' "* *        '      -.    Asent- for Ferguson Townslte.. Q- ^J 1ST D3 JEl -������L'Tj  ji'-aelv living in the: haek of it. .   ' , ;  TnTT7''P'-PiTTC-^''l\T    ~p> C*  ������. IU r������j %ji' U d \Ji IH , ������*. Kj .  BEOHAISTT,  Mi>.- I'lilith Levii.s reitirned W'e.l  <l.iy fmni   Truil   wheie   she   hail    been  visiiing t'ur ahnitt tu'u iniiiitlis,  Teiielerii iire w.imeil I'm gin-ei'iiiu.'iit  r<';ul weirlc 1111 cei tain .streets in l'e\el-  jjtnkf.     Don't all sjji'ttk ,-it uni-e. ''  Charlie "^N"il-������i������ii lms let't to i.pen tij.  ji   liraiicli   ot   Wilson'.s   pupnl.ir   i-iiim  lltl-ilie-.-  ,'it . J''ei'j.'lls.ill.       Keep   Illinium  K.    Fi'iiiin-y    has    shipp.-d    .1    1.11'_'. ���������  <piiintii\   ot   Im ii k,s   anrl   is   ,ilmi;t    {,,  /���������it-el a hi i.-k hiiildin-.'n.-.ii iIii'Iih'mi-iv  , I'Mily    IvlU.uil-,    ,ini|   I l,,i 1 _s  ������ Clil tip t"> i lolili'li fi'l" I he vpi I '  li'iil.n. W. {.'i.u.-iii .leu: in  I hem,  Cuiisiili'i .ilile spe. til.itiuii  vv.i-- ..ni er| ,  fill   \\'ei|||( ��������� el.l\   .it   -I i'i|i^    ,1     piniilllieiil  peiMiiuiec   out    liti^'L'\   inltiiLf   uiiii   ,1  Mltlll^ I.kK . i  V..   S\(let     left     Wi-eile sil.ss     t'.ii-    l|,"     ''*���������  fnilst   wlli'lf,   it     is    llliflcn-l iinil,    he   1 j. j ���������.  i������'it  '. place   a^  slm cket per   on   imc  ni'  I he  IClnjil-esh ho,11 s.  I   ���������    All*M  A J,  4       J  ������^4  T  1  '9  Wholosale Boots and Shoes,  13 & 15 Cordova St., VANG OU V3R; 'B.C.  Ain'M'h   tii''   \r   -,.'    I'll'   "A      il* - i 11 - ���������-   ,    ,.fe I    I 1: {, ,[,' 1 I ' .1 ��������� ,    I Ii.. 1!        !'i    tie  1 'p '���������. i"' - .     \\  -jit   (-.:*    i;i. ,ii  ���������' ��������� REV^STO<^JRON_WORKS  All kinds ������f iron and sheet metal work.  "a;'PfospecLors  and  T^ilo^s  Call and See  EO. 1. N&wiViAf-l S ���������  Well   assorted,   stock   of   Miners  Mining" work and tools.  FipefittiMg" asad n-oB.ng, =  ROBT. GORDON, RovGLrdojVo Station, B. 0.  AGENT FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.  Supplies,   I-'rovisicns,  F ar-  riishin^s, &c.  CARD 01; TIIAXKS  Mr. .li.liii I). IS.i.ul .!i---i:-i'- to I  tliiink- Iu nil lliu Itii.il frii ndJ wliu li> .;,n 111,1 lliv  /mil ,'i--i-l.iiicil  i (iiislil.-ivilil} Iii l|n il   lo lii^lili'ii  tlie "Hitiiv.   (if  Iii.-  r.Kiil   licK.n 1 nnliii   in   On  lli ,-itli i.f liis lieliM ed v, id-.   Fan Line of ^ ^Sh03S "���������'������������������-oa ^ the CO WAN-HOLTEN-DOWNS, CO.  A r~j'CjfP> A f, i:���������r,',-\i   o   f\ . 1  NOTICE.  X'fi'l M"K IS   IIKI.'KHV f.'IVKV   tli.it   I.   |'ii  , 1     1 11,l( 1 ->i^ii"il  ���������il.   CH   T pic, inli ml   -aM   j /      /(.���������',- - /'  /[  <1. L\ -,   .1   1. -1     ll.lti'    tu    Hlill.I'     .Ipplli III I'.ll     III     III'    i  Cl.ii'f ('.iiiiiiii-i-inii":' of  l���������i|i'l- .iu'1   W'di'l.    im  ,  penni-.-Inn tn |i'ii'i l,.i -   (.lie   Ii.iii'Ii.'I    uil-i\l',  ik n - nl 1,1ml -itn.ilrd nli'1111 -1   ,11111 ,1 ��������� 1.��������� it mi.' 1 [  fidin t hi* iiiiintli ..I   (',11 nc-  ('i 11 U   iiii I In- 11 ,11 li 1  fm !������ nf -.i.d 1 I'.-cl:, in   Wi-1   K'u'ii  11.11   ili-iint, I  ' 'mi 1111 rn 1 inu' nl .1 pii ,1   in.i ��������� l:i' I   ' I ml, 11 p. -1 ('  II. 'I'i hi pic'- --.W. ��������� '11 ii' 1.    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