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Array s  ���������f  r.  1 ���������  i     V  \  ,x  f-  Vol. 5.���������No. 14.  EEVELSTdKE, WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., JULY 23, 1898.  2.00 a Year.  COPPER IN BIG' BEND  BIG STRIKE'MADE   IN   STANDARD  BASIN.  First Copper Discovered in the Bend���������  , Assays Now', Being1 Made���������Means  ' t  Much to   Revelstoke���������Revelstoke  Parties Own the Claim.  A ' most impoi taut, sli-ike  1 n> been  ' ��������� iu.ule in Big Hend, more parti-  ctilarly in Standaul'basin, which, lies  at tin* head of the middle smith fork of  Downie creek, also at I In* head of One-  inile. creek which Hows into the Columbia river one mill* above (James* creek','  and also at the head of the north fork  of Carnus creek. The strike is one of  copper,ore, carrvirig copper, gold !l,u'  'silver and was made on the Standard  claim which gives its name' to the  basin. Messrs. Wilcox and Ruliuieus  ' hjive. been working on this claim for.  some time and put. in a cut 4-5 feet long  and about 15 feet deep. They went 12  foot in on the ledge  past,  tho  hanging  , wall and there, is yet no sign of the  other,wall.. Tliey ran .through tlnee  veins of ore, the largest one'of which is  thi ee feet, wide at the bottom of the  drift, the other two are of one font  eaeh'and all are of the same character.  The g.tngue is of a serpentine, character, a fact wliich pretends much for  the ore .both' ana which meets .with  .favor from the expert. Copper "on*  and good copper ore at that will speedily help todiring Big Bend to the ft out.  There are nheady 19 claims  located  in  ' this, basin. There is the .Standard  group of S claims   including  the, Slan-  ,< (laid,' Monitor, Sentinel,, Winnebago,  Guardian, Chief of the' Hills, Contractor and Commander: the Iron Hill,  , Iron Chest and Peacock; the Minney  and Noonday; the Mascot, Sandy and  Ellen B,C"aiui "the  Travis, Constitution  , and Iron Clad.       ��������� '      ;' 0,    '  Work will In* dotitf on seveial of  these claims Ibis season and a tiail put  'into the camp, so Ihe prospects of  gtiKldaid basin c(>|iiiiig |(> the front.  , mid making one of tin* foremost camps  in the great Big Bend are  exceedingly  r'good. The pioneers of Ibis basin aie  Messrs. Wilcox, Rtihniens and A. W.  Mcintosh and they ate all much impressed with the showing . there. j\Jr.  jjuiith, of -Messrs Rniith and Clarke i.s  very much interested in the Standard  and samples from the vein there may  be seen at bis office.  , BIG BEND MAIL SERVICE.'  ggntract Let and Dates Set for Leaving  ���������    Revelstoke.  As the result of P. 0. Inspector.  Fletcher's visit, to Big Bend last week  arrangements have been made for a  r "gular mail ;'e. vice. John D. Boyd has  {alii n a t wp years contract to. deliver 12  m.ails a year (one of lynic-li has already  been taken) at the rate of $10 for Hie  round trip, leaving Revelstoke on tlie  following dates:���������July 20th; August  f5th and 20th; September, October,  December, February, April and May,  each oneliipon loth of month: June  to haw two trips on SUi and 20th. The  weight of mail to he carried each trip  ,is limited to 100 pounds for summer  and 50 pounds for winter months. II  the amount of mail matter exceeds  this amount so as to necessitate it  extra tiips will be made at regular  late. Thp.queslion of this mail service  i.s one which has been long pending  and is one of vast importance to those  interested in the development of the  Big j3ciuI country.  Work, Sleep and Recreation.  Life, is spent in work, sleep and rr-  ,creation. Our social system demands  niiicli.of the first from iniuiy of us, tlie  second i.s forced by natuie, but time  for the third we nearly all too often  reject and frequently abuse. Why  can't \vc close our places of business at  ������ p. in. and everyone'in town take a  "Wednesday afternoon liqlit|iiy each  wool*.  '  -=������������������������������������*   Celebration at Ferguson.  Sports weie held in Ferguson on  Friday, 13th inst.. a large number of  people being present from Trout Lake  City, Thomson's Landing 'and other  places.  A football match had been arranged  between clubs belonging to Ferguson  and Trout Lake City and an interosl-  ing game was played resulting in a lie.  After playing for one hour thesxore  stood one goal each and on iCMiniiug  the game lor half an hour ,i di.iw was  declared, neithei bide having made a  score,  Besides (lie football match a goal  programme of -sports had been pre-  '.'pared iind nil events were well competed for, resulting as follows:  110 yards dash--! E. A. Bell, 2 A.  Craig,  Bell;  lfop7step and .jump���������1   K. A  S. B. Anderson.  Bioad jtjinji--l S. 13. Anderson; 2 li.  A. Bell. '      - '   '        ���������  High Tump-1 McPhail; 2 E. A  Bell.  200 yards race���������1 A. Ciaig;2 E. A.  Bell.  Egg and Spoon race���������1 .McPhail: 2  A Craig. ' , ' - '        -,  Teamsters' race���������1 A Iliilninn.  Putlingtlie shot.-I J Bind.; 2 M.  Miithieson.   ,, -  Tossing the caber���������1 McPhail; 2.1  Black.  , Prospector's   race-'-l    McPhail;   2 II  Carter; .1 L. Birber.,  Pony race���������IM Craig's .Maude: 2E.  Ball's Brownie.  Free for all-] E. ,11 Jllii'ian's Mike;  2 C. A. Ir.vin'sLady Bountiful.'  The days ainnsemeiit was brought  to a close by a danci* in the Ferguson  Hoi el, wliich has been 'remodelled and  opened under management (if Mr. D.  Ferguson, and'a very 'i-njoyaale time  was had by all who attended.  Lecture in Methodist "Church.  The led ore given by, Rev. Principal  Sippreil, of Columbia Methodist College, New Westminster,., on Monday  night was well intended. " He (nokfor  his siibjert-"'Tlie Worth of a Man" and  the address I hihiigliout was interesting  and instructive..' Seveial illustrations  of the different classes of men were  iriven.'.At the close a .short speech was  given by Rev. J. R 'Aikenhe.id, of  Torn to, during which he moved a  heartv vote of thanks to the lecturer,  seconded by Mr. Jenkins and carried  unanimously,,  BOUCHIER GROUP BONDED.  What is Being  Done ��������� in the Lardeau  --Great Activity.  ,'The Bouchier group of claims at the  'head of Mohawk' creek, owned by  Bouchiei Bros-. & Fulmer, has been'  bonded- by a Mr. Beer for $150,000, the  first payment tube made GO days from  date of bond, bid.nice in payipc.nts ex=  .tending over two years. Work commenced this week with two shifts-.  II. Boss has t-eboiuled the .Trapper  and Hunter gimip, situated on Pool'  creek. . , ,-  c.  1 Russia nd parses |piye bonded |h'e  Lone ytiir from Messrs.'Dunn and Ma-  gee. The price is said to be .$10,000  ca-di and 10,000 shares of stock.  O. D. Hoar is rushing work on the  Glengary with good results.  "Work is .being done on the Nellie.  group.  " Messrs. ])uiui and Magee have let  $100 worth of work to be done on the  Ophii" and Last Chance.  Cory Mi'iihinick has several men at  work on the Copper King and expects  shortly to get out a  shipment of ore.  'The Lardeou-Goldsmilh Co. are  working two shifts nn their gfpup at,  the head, of Pool creek. They no\v  have a 50<foot tunnel.  Mv. Myers, nf'Myers & Chishohn,  was in from Ihe Kitsap Thursday. He  expeces to commence operations! again  in a few days.  ' A large number of "isscssntenls are  being dpne'tliis year tin oughout the  district., and lnclic.ilions are good foi  the future,  Robert, WelN,-uid Robert Dore were in  Tuursday from doing assessment work  on the Red Star and Standard claims  on Sable creek. They report a good  showing on thes-u properties.  G. D. Scott has statted men to work  on a trail lo the Sunset group. Mr.  Scott js expected in cm Sunday with  some Vjctoria parties.  Considerable work is being done on  roads and trails in the district and  shipping will probably be done in the  full from seveial properties.  COMAI'LIX, JulV 22.  THE'  LATEST  OF '  THE  DISCREDITED  GOVERNMENT  TRICK  TURNER  Opening a New Camp.  Will Return Two Government Members  From ' Cassiar ��������� Turner's Only  Hope is to Hold on Until Accounts are Closed.  The Daily Province contains the following special from Victoria dated  July 1!): A discredited rumor, which  had b'-en. going'rounil for a couple of  'days.-, developed into an astonishing  fact last night when the steamer Tees  returned fiom the north bringjng news  that, the nominations in Cassiar had  been held on the loth inst., and thai  the onlv, candidates officially Ju' the,  field were Capt. John Irving and C. W.  D. Clifford, government, .and Archie  McTavish, who'is'claimed hy friends  of the Turner government here as an  "independent." supporter of' the government, but. who is in reality an put-  and-out oppositionist.  'It'is" now quite plain that the gov-  eminent has worked a well-planned  trick on the opposition and indignatiyn  is rife. "Immediately the government  saw the way the province had gone  representatives \veie dispatched from  Victoria to'Nitnaiino, where they caught  a departing boat for C^ssi-vr, It was  believed at the lime the hasty depart-  ui e was for no other purpose than to  In-" as early as possible in the field'for  campaign work, but it. now transpires  that they had scarcely more than' time  to land when'tin' nominations \vi>ri'  opened and dosed. .It. was by the  met est chance only that, an opposition  candidate was there,  ' It Is said hi-ie that Mr. McTavish  will withdtaw fiom the contest, before  polling day, which is set foi August (J.  Asm.tiling that, Irving and Clifford  would both support, tht!'government  this would give the- T'l''IH*r .party ]7  sLi;'igh|. They are also counting on  the suppoi t of 'tin; two independents,  Neilson of East Kootenay and Henderson of New, Westminster. They then  expect to be able to buy over a couple  of oppositionists and thus he. able . to  face the Impse.,, '-phis is n"ii\v l In;,programme, but il Is a programme that is  being worked out against Prehiicr  Turner's wishes,-,he being anxious to  resign. There is. not Ihe " slightest  doubt that they will make a miserable  failure of the attempt to buy uverthe^  opposition. vl'hr solid front fjinnnl be  broken with any sot t of a bribe, The  lieutenant-governor will now Insist on  an early session and Premier Turner's  advisers will Iind that their tricke.y  will have availed them nothing. The  conclusion is general heie that the  outcome of election, m which .event  Mr. Turner will find that the number  of elecUi'is wh.ii. cjjsnppi PVP of Ids  taclics bus swelled to cnoi'innus proportions.   v  Corbin Quits.  The announcement was made public  in Russia tit] pp Monday that Mr.  Austin Oorbln had disposed of all his  tail v������ a y interests io the Great Northern. This system includes the Spokane Falls & Noi ihern, the Red  Mountain, the Columbia. Ac lied  Mountain and the Nelson and Fort  Sheppard railways. .The price is not  made known but it is understood to be  about .$5,000,000. Change of management will not take place until A|igust  1st or thereabouts. 3lr. (]orhin has  extended an invitation to all his employees to attend a faiewell picnic; at  Loop lake tomoi'iow.  MEETING OF THE ' OPPOSITION,  In   Vancouver   Largely   Attended  by  Members Elect.  There has been considetable excite:  ni"iit at Isaac creek, mar' Wigwam,  during the past couple of weeks. The  discovety of very rich leads has .been j  reported and a nunibet of  pectors are uowcin the ground. Several  claims were staked in that locality l.e-t  season, and with development good i e-  turns may be expected. As a trail is  being built up the creek work wiil  likely go on so us to determine what is  to be found.  In   accordance   with   an   invitation  from' Mr. C. A.  S,t*ii|liii, the  leader  of  the party, the newly elected members,  the  defeated  candidates  and   delega-  ] lions from the election  committees   in  (both   the  island .and  mainland const i-  '   '      I tuencii'S met in  Vancouver  yesteidav  to confer   on   matters  connected   with  the   inteiests of the    pari.}'.    All   the  i members elected by the opposition   lo  |the   Icgisl.ttiiie   were    present except  C. P. R. Rates.  I Mi'-ii'i. Green, McPherson and Kin-  i chant, who were, unavoidably absent.  j It had been intended to hold a ni<'et-  1 ing of the new members in theafter-  ! noon; a public meeting in the Market    I hall   in   the   evening  and    a general  The  following  round  ti ip r,it"S will I meeting   of   the   members   and   their  ' committees this morning. Owing to  f'niaiiy of the l'ltter being compelled to  ��������� return home this morning, this ar-  ; i.uigenient had lo be modified and Ihe  ' public meeting abandoned in consc-  i queiice, which was much regrel ted as  ma li. V people  Iind   (b.-sired to   heal-  .the  members fiom the, outlying 'districts.  Before the commencement of business in the evening, the 'committee  room whs crowded by local friends of  be in effect mil il September .'Wl h:  "ri.nidfin to ItdsvixTrv       ... S .71  ���������Three l-'nrks t.i i:(w ���������l,v.[-i-\      . ..i)  Kevelstuke In ll.tl.-jun HjiriiiLT-. ���������> ii  Siiniloii          "         "'              "��������� .       .'),������j  Itptjsoii          '"         "              "��������� , j.To  Nelson           ������������������         ������������������               ������������������ 7���������-,.|  SIooiil fitv  "         '"              " .  .    i 35  Tl-.iil                 .. 7.'K)  K'lssliuid    . "        " ... '���������         s.io  Knslo            "        "              " ..... D.76  A Ins worth   "      .������������������" .  ���������������������������'"������������������ "       '.s.Al  XowDjnvCr"      "             "������������������ ��������� ,'.'...'3.35 ���������  ���������."Soil-'on .S.'ii'.mlu.v niul Sius-.l.i v. limit to return iollo".vin-x Monthly.  Tickets to Halcyon Hpriiigs iUv.gcKKl for 3D  lUu'tf,    .'.  the opposition and brief adi!re-'-es  were delivered by M'ssr������ Brown,  Mtinro, jM.irliu, (Russia*nd)' Graham,  Yales, De.-me, For.ster, Higgius JJ.id-  ��������� well, Sword, Neill, Kellie," Kidd .ind  Martin, 't.he chair being occtipied by  Mr- Seinlin. The addresses were all  similar in Iheir tone of satisfaction 'at  the results of the elivtion and of confidence in the prospects of party, it being  manifest from Ihe iitlerances of the  spcakers'that the island and mainl.ind  are now united in Ihe eif.irt fur g-iod  government for the province at large.  ', Aftei the adjournment; of the meeting a furth"r meeting was held by the  members and the committees from the  diiTcrcul. constituencies when all  .matters under consideration were fully  discussed and ai ranged and it was  neaily midnight when one of the ujosi  imporlant". political gatherings evei  held in Vancouver came to a'close.���������,  News Advertiser.  Local and Personal Bfries/  '    C. li. Archibald left on  Sunday for  Vernon.  W.   McBean   -.came    _ down   from  Carnes creek Wednesday. .  C. Mitchell, tolegr,i|ih   operator, has  gone on a vi.sit to Golden.  Miss Francis Dent left for   Vernon  on Monday to \isit friends.. . ��������� ���������    ,f. .  ���������  ���������Geo. Lewis returned this "week from  it tri|j t'j Calgary and J-ianif.  'Musical  and   Dr.nnatic   Society   in  Tapping's Theatre Thursday.  ��������� uMrs.   M. ��������� Poltipit'co   and   duugliter  ariived from Ediiionlon yeste.-d.iy.  J.J. Foley, of the, Lake View llolel,  .Arrowhead, wa.s.in' town Sunday.  John D. Doyd stinted   up  wilh the  Big Bond mails on "Wednesday.  ���������   J.  A.    Magee,     of   tho    Kootenay  Lumber 'company, was   in   town1 ,yesterday.   "'  Ernest Adair and Dan Meliaeeam'e  iik;  creek  on  down '  from      Lafor  Tluirsday.  Geo. F.,Newman was'in  town   Sun  day on   his   return ifroni.,.Qu'Appel!e  Station. '  llie Harry, Lindley Co. eaine up  frop,j the south, Sunday: v going, east,  next morning.   ���������'  Mr.'.Sniithj-' of Smith ct Clark, le-  turned Sunday from his trip to Stan-  dard Basin.  J as. .\!,".i.ijn, iiienibe:",c!ect for, Ross-  land riding, .was in town Monday  'going ivest.f  >  lJ. Fred ILuniP, of Kelson, passed  through on Tuesday on bis way to the  coast.   ,c ���������  T. T. Brewster returned from C.irne.s  creek yesteidav and mp irts operations  favor ible.  -Mr. Kennau rciturued Thiirsd'iy  from Fort Steele and   loaves  again lor  prench crook,      '       ���������  'Mr. Mork'ell, of tlie. Kootenay  Lumber company, was in town on  'Monday.  ��������� ,What' has beconit! of that early  closing movement1?' [s 8 p.m. an emly  closing linur,,  Mrs. J. O. M.oigan and family returned fi om C.i'.aiiex, N. I)., on  Thursday. ,.  Boiix.- ���������At Revelstoke, on Friday  July 'J2, the wife id' Nels Audeisuu of  a suii^  Fred Alilin "sprained his 'back  through oveilifliug yesterd iv .-ind is  confined to his bed.. >     ��������� l  James Gill it Co.1 havt'i opened a  brancli istr'rn in Biouklvu, B. C. with  C. H. Walker in clinrge.'  Pete. Walker, Dave Fergtisoif and  W. H. Vickers were, visitors to town  this week from Fe.rgus:ni.  New- photos of Revelstoke and  surroundings ���������The .McDowell, Atkins,  Watson Co.,    Tie .Druggists,    llo\el-  stoke S'.atiou. o  i <  Pure. lime, juice, made from finest  West India 'limes.--The McDowell,  Athiils Watson Co., Tho' Druggists,  Revelstoke Station. o  lltjv. S. J. Thompson left for Trout  L"tl:e City yesterday to olliciate at the  marriage of Mr. J. J. Laiigstall and  Miss M. Thomas.  Welch's pure grape juice, a splendid  summer diink. ��������� The McDowell,  Atkins, Watson^ Co., The Druggists,  Revelstoke Statiui, o  , li. Black moie and J, Jackson went  down to Trout lake yesterday, wheie  they will do assessment work on three  claims for Messrs. llaigtfe Crage.  The lancriying to the north o" railway track along the, river Iris at, last,  been put on the market,. Plans and  terms are posted in F. B. Wells' .store.  Me.ssis. E. Ad.iir, J. W McCtllum,  W, Best and D. Munio went up  Tuesday nioiiiing to J/ifoime creek,  where tliey will do some trail building  and .assessment woik.  .11. W. Yeoin.-ins, of the North Star  Acetylene Lighting company, is putting a gas plant in -Anderson's hotel  and has taken orders for several  oLhei'ij.^-Brouklyn News.  OUR  OTTAWA 'LETTER  NEWSY BITS FROM   THE   FEDERAL  CAPITAL  :d li  f.'d.il  1 v. 'ie;\-  'ln*' city  i<i  '.viiicli  Og-ilvie   Succeeds   Major Walsh���������Imperial Penny  Postage��������� C.  P. R.'  ��������� to be Held Responsible for Crow's  N.est Outrages.      ;i   '   ,  Ojt.viva, ' July lS.--The ajipoiiit-  uient of Villiaui figihii* in siK-cessiuu  to Major Wali,!i as head of the Yukon  administration Inn been icceived with  an unbroke.n chorus of . approval  throughout the country. Sinue there  are who endeaior to iiiinimi/.e the ef  fecr of so excellent a selectTrYu hy impugning the i motives of the. gov.-in '  meat and declaring that the ,appniul-  mei't was forced by llie. alleged wrong  doings of suliordinaic oliicials, .-As ��������� it  happens Mr."Ogil\'ie was ciiose'i. some,  time before any of these stoiies were  put into circuliitiou,"nurJ how much or  liow little faith tliey have had with  'the government,may bo judged from  the fact that prominent among the.  new administrators * advisors is one  man at least who was signallt*di out  for attack by the iiiventois of. the  afoiesaid stories. This icorganizilion  has evidently been conducted, on ,ex-  ilctly the. saii'ie principles ns all ' pre ''  vious acts of tho government in 'the  same'connection, namely the ,selection  of the best a\ailable. moil for the;'woik  to be entrusted to them.  ' IMPERIAI,    PJSNNV   POSTAOK.  * < ' ( t  The ollicial iitinoiincenient by the  Duke of Norfulk, the'imperial .postmaster general that the proposal of  the, Dominion government to -.educe  imperial postage to a penny le iimf  half ounce has "been adopted, will be.  hailed with satisfaction by all Canadians, irrespective of paity. It will  now be, in'order for Mr. Poster and  his .followers, to ' apologize to Post-  inasler-General Muiock for their u"n-,  seemingly ridicule, and to admit after  all lie knew what ho'was about when  lie undertook to obtain this bourn for  the empire.      ' ,-  . ���������   ' .   NOTBS. '   '  The action of tho government in  notifying the' C. P. R.'that-they will  bo held iesponsiblo for the payment of  all just claims for wages by workmen  on.the Crow's Nest railway, and that'  the. amount of such claims will be  withheld out of the. .subsidy until the  claimants .-no satisfied, is further evidence that justice will be dune and  the wrongs 0f i'in injured men re  dressed:" ' c i  The pi ess of the .west and   of   Maui  toba  particularly   is  to    bo   congratulated upon the accession   to   its   ranks  of Mr. A. J. Magi:rn for   many   years  Ol tawii coricspondent for the Toronto  Globe,   Halifax   Chronicle,   Winnipeg  Free Press, and   other   leading   liberal  papers," " Mr.   Magurn    has,   by   hard  and conscientious work, made a   reputation which is hioro/ than 'provincial,"  and the Winnipeg'Free Press is form  iiate i:i having secured his services.  Once again has nature been piodi-  gal in her benefits, and unless' exeep  tionally , unfavorable,' conditions arise  during the. next few weeks, the ciops,  not only through jh:-. great pianie  stietches but. in the,older piuviuces of  Ontario and, Quebec, will equal, if  they do not exceed, the harvest of any  former 3 ear. No wonder that Canadians believe in their country with  such present conditions and futuie  prospects.  Board of Trade.  The (jii.-'.rtei ley general meeting of  the. U-velsioke hoard of tiaih' will lie  held   in    ihe  court  house  on   Friday,  J til V -'���������), at -i p.m. , Me:nli"i-s  who have  - 1  not   paid  their   .s-iliicriptiiin-   aie  requested to do so   li.'forc   the   meeting.  C. Fj. Shaw, Sec.  they attended I h-* vi,.-"-:v  addresses , were read  council and hoard oT  His K.veeliency li, l-il.- ivp:?/*j. () 1  V.'edni"day tliey' were s|i(,.������-|] 'jj.,-  mines of tise camp. an.I other points <(f  interest, leaving in the evening for  N"hon where, the following (Hv w:i =  .-ipi'i'ir. Retnrliintr to ih'j maiir Jir.e  Friday t'le journey w'-i \v,;s ,TT,ti;, |-C.-  s'l-nei! i!iakii.ge(,j):i"!'"t;,i:is",vaii' Z-To. 1.,  Vaiieouv,"! will Sic lae ueM s.Hjji].ing  (dace.' and prep (ration- have Iti-j-n  made for-n reception 0:1 their arrival.  Fiom Vanciiiivcr tliey x"> ill[<m to Viv-  toiio ,i.id then reliieu l.������ 'v'erium on a  sholt. \isit to the C>! Uu-eam   and Gui-  owied    I  '>'  .ebon -i.incl-.es,   whir  Ijiil (1 Alu'l"ilei*:i.     ',  In ll-velsluke w'lei  Monday night and al  again 011 Friday, *Ji>-y'V.''er,������ allowed to  come and go unnoticed. What, i.-- (lie.  reason oi-'this" neglect {'f-.n IK,i c,ve.  receplion commii.iei; had iieeu  pointed to meet and welcome  roval pari v. ' ������  "��������� 1 he party spent,  ���������o ;i.(ssL'i.l through  u a  "a lithe  MAP OF  THE LARDEAU.  ' <���������  1 t  t <  Showing the Location of all the princi-  ,  ���������      pal Claims.  The map of La Mean di-l rict' and  Fish Greek camp, vvhieh has been in  course of pi eparation for some time, is  now completed. ��������� It is 2ix27 inches in  size and contain* location of all the.  principal claims" in that district together with, a writeup o? tlu camp and  properties, which has been carefully  revised. This map was compiled by  Mi: Cory Meiinvhu-k, late mining recorder at Larde.-ui, who has been a  resident ot t h.il, seclion, fo'- some time  and is 1 horoughly acquainted 'with tlie  location of'all proper! ies, and published,  by the ivoorcx.vv Mail, where they  may .be had at 50 cents' per copy.  Prospectors, miners and others inter-'  esled iii, the district '.should not bo  without one.  ' _ The Sultana Mine.,  .Mining operations have rig lin &b:;c".i  icnewedin   the  immediate vicinity of  Revelstoke.   ''Messrs.  Tinner.   Fleish-.  man iind Ftcard have loci ten claims on  the mountainside   to  til-'  rear of   the  is   being  done  McC'arty block- . Work  ���������-  '���������  on   one   claim,   the. !Si'.it.-ina. and   the  owners arc  coiilid?nt.  that' they   have  soinet lung Kiii'd.  Tlieie will lie yn ice crer.m and  cake s-.icial'in the S ilvatioii' Army  .barracks un Saturday evening, July  'JO. 'An admission fee of 15 cents  entitles you to refreshments.  Mrs. 15. L:iw5(in v. ill short lv open, a  store carrying a fuil linn of lad ies-'furnishings, fancy go.,ds,jetc., The liuild-  ing is now being eiectel tin.the coru-.ir  opnosite Cowan block.  o   Friends, ple't������e 1 enirmber  that  half  of the  on   Thnr.sd  given  Show  house  proceeds, of  the  e.ntei taimuent,  next,  Mil,   aie  i'i be.  tuwiiidsj tne c.-meterv fuiid.  your   approci.ii!-.;:! by ii bun.ipsr  Jimmy Mich.ael. the n;,lfd bicyclist,  was defeated at .M.-u'ib-\tt,".n Me.u-b  l.-.st S.uiiid.'.Vo by Tom Linton, wlio  lo wei ed tlie iecid -J 1--") '���������r-cn-sds for u  ���������JU-mile jiace.l i.-ue. Michael .has  challenged Linton f.ir another race  which will eorne off to d.iy.  \i\-. 1>. M itliisoii w.ts   in   town   the'  earl v p trt  of the   vs ei  in.I has disposed of his dental nrrice to Dr. R.  J'^rank Ivluionds. 'J'iji; doetot" had  made, niiiiiy friend'; r 11:: iiiLf his oe-  Ci'ision.il' \i-its to i i.vii and now be-  s[i-!.tl:s a  successnj-.  ���������neruii-s     sf.pp'irt    to   Iris  We   Ink"    pic.s'i  lliat      ihe    D:,ti:i:i|.-    (."  tilCil" SI'.."Ill  I    Cllle! t  lililll  of   co,is.!1! t   an !    |>! :-.;  even inn:   next,   '2i'~.\i.    "i  111  M,.  ��������� Presbyterian Church To:noiro\v.  R.'opening set vice.-, will b������ h-ld in  the   Presbyterian   c'.iurfh    loarniow.  The pulpit will be filled in t.h" morning by the liev. M.-. Thompson, of the  Methodist cliiircll, and in til 'evening  by the R.'V. .Meu/.ie-;, pastor. Special  music andantlie ns vvill be u-e.l.  Collect ions in aid ot the Im Ming  fund will be in 1,leal b.itli services.  ; be a dance at tlie c.e-  I ,-ue a.'.iin iri'.si c e.li  j remain. Pian of b di.  i be had from V. li. V,  Ainati.  uiiDiincirg  -:!) vi ill give  ".���������il Cc insisting  '���������n,   Tlnusdav  iieie   wiil  aiso  t'i which all  ���������V Invited to  :': I tick-is  is   and   C.  lo  J.  Petri.  St.  p'cn.'e, winch  h id ������o I e pusi;.  wc.it'uet .\n i s 1  A   l.i:  !!.".. ch Sand.iy '���������jIkkoI  :s i" 1. i'.i" ol- Tuesdav  ,-ll"d 0:1 .":.".���������(mnt of wet  la.-e  tiie   follow-  ar-"i"   of towns  1  ran-di,  LORD AND LADY  ABERDEEN  Again Visit the Province For a Short  Time.  A  pai-ly  inchuling L ml  aid  Lady j petcd for b  Aberdeen; Mr. Gampbell,   private  sec- ! in coupling  retary   to    His    I<j.\c<-l!ency:    Captain ! conic-1    wiii  Thorpe,   aide-de-camp,   Mi's.   Ijoomer, | H.niiiie I'>i.������-  nnd the ofl'ii-iiil artist, a ladv. an ived ! ing, An  on Xo. 1 from the east, Monday and  proceeded south t he��������� .follow ing lnOrtl-  ing. Arriving at Rossland about inid-.  night they were'met and escorted by s\-  torchlight procession, with bands playing, to the HuU'l, Allan, after which.  iirj; d-i  peo'il * di a-, e   ('1   W !'!i  v. heil; p: eo.ir.ai-iris \w\ Leen  m.-ide i< r  ill'* picniv.   -i'i'!   .1   iA'���������m'i'.   time   w,-s  speii,.      I tie   'i..s-')'t i.:tv    ot   Mr.   aii'l  Mis. Williams >n  on   occasions   of this  kind is alwass, not ���������;<���������.'.'/.<,-.  Chief Saiindei s a.-.'f As-i^tant  Chief  Allan  of .No. 2 fire br..' 1 I" have, contributed three gold :iif-ia!- j,, he   com-  uieei',"(s or" t:i������ir  briirade  ind !������-il''i- c'l'iibiiiir.   The  t ti:-"   j-lace   in   iiont   of  -to:<��������� on   Mo.-jd.iy   eveu-  ���������.     ! - ���������   1 ��������������������������� >   clnefs   are  workine ii.i 1 ;���������)  K^-yi ,ay.   iuiere-st   in  their c./iiip.-u./, ..n.i lh-.; o.i-i.d.s   which  they-' now    jjifiseiM   tim   very 'pretty  prizes  for   the   lucky   winneis.    The  medals  are .on -exhibition in thewii\-  * dow of Bourne Bro.i.' '"-hardware styre,  KSflRVSR!nFrara6GS?93^ P-AGE 2.
XCbc Ikootciui^ flDail
publishj:d kvkkv satuhday
' ���AT���
��� HY���
IVklis-hucs .v.no Piioi'ioinons.
Subscription   Price,    S2.00   Per    Annum
Ji?" STl'.ICTl.Y IN   .WIVAVCK "">*
a .Mi-. Reers-, who represents a Xova
Scotia syndicate for .$1:30,000a few days
ago. The country in that vicinity has
many promising mineral claims.���
Hossland Miner.
CONTRACT AnVKirnsiC.AlKNT.S inserted at
tlie rate of ��1.,i0 per column ineli jier month.
'���> J'or.sjMcc-sof .si\-cr,]innn niclius' or over SI
per inch per month.
line first itisei lion, neper line ouch subsequent insertion. The number of 'lines
reckoned by space occupied, 1"J lines lo the
HKAD.'XO XOTICK.S 10c. per lino eiieli .insertion, unless contracted for bv the 100
JOll PRINTING of every kind ut most lviison
able rate* ixndsjiortcsl nut ice,
������,,.,���,^,H���i.-,���UU01   ll.JliUC '
..ACCOUNTS for job   iirintiiiK  or  ,-idvertis-intr i    . ,     - , ,
payable on the tlrsi of every inniith. slderabie credit.
COlJltKSl'OXiiicxcj.; on an in.utiTs of if)c;,i
Well's Style.
The Golden Era says  that  the  election in Northeast Kootenay may be upset   if  anyone   chooses,, to    lake   the
f rouble to petition  if.    "31 r. '\WIN," it
states,   fwiH  ,)0(, do' so.    '\Viih   the
same liberal spirit in which he sought
election he says that, as  hi.-, opponent
got a majority of voiced no matter how-
he got them he should be permitted to
hold his seat."   .Air. Wells' stvle could
he followed   with  advantage by   some
beaten  candidates and docs him   con-
"Wholesale   Druggists,
(1-MaWislied 1SJS.)
^-^rsmzzp. Victoria   and    Vancouver,    B. C.
.AMMel^rffi D���r, P^-^Icdicines, Toilet.
Incorporated hy act of Pai liamenUSo.}.
Wm. .Uoison MArwiisRs'nx. P,-es:      fS. II. Ewixo, Vicf-'Pres
,      i*.   WOLi-'EiiSTAN-TuojiAs, General .Manager '''
and BOOK GO'Y^s^^
Prices From 15 Cents up.
The Thompson   Valley   IWer c.���m.'
Kevelstoke, J3.C.'
TiiK 3Lui, is much impressed with
the fact that not, only is there a future
for mining in ���tlie vicinity of Kevelstoke, but, that, there also ' exists u,
splendid' field, for- mixed agriculture!
and horlioiiltnre. ' .Just stop ,m(] consider the vast area of level, and not.
heavily wooded land lying all around
this town and think of the population
it'would Mippmt.    Every  experiment
........,, w......... j-, \jit .tu  iiidLLeis in   ioe.i
or nubile interest imited .-nid carefully considered.1 All eniiiimiiiie.-itioiif, lollie k'ditnr
inustbeaeeoniiHinieil by the name ol the I      J'"    * ���'���'���"������sou    vauey   Tower  com-'I Y "giipi-iI hint-in.-i,���-���	
writer, noi iieee,s.���ily (<������ publication, but    pany   lias  been   or<r.,'mv"  1   l���- ,     r     ��� " b.in..in- 1uis1I1L.ss trn
us an evidence of -ood faiih. -    "'<*  ni < n   oigani/.ed   by   several     [    71 " T.TfU Qftiu'   IT.....,,
,Addre.s ' M"���1 business men,   including  3Iess-,-s-     d'   �����   l'lUL0Ui\'?   Mail3gBP,
T"IJ,,,rr'AT'-'v,v At '" ' J- **��� -Morrison, A. li. .Mclntyre,   \   y     ���:	
.McAithur and  .1.   H.   Vicar's, for  i|u
purpose of.tailizing the  inofivc" powet
oi" the Lewis and .J.-uiiie-on creeks.   All
preliminaries in  connection   wiuh   tho
formation of Use  company  have   bee,,
completed,  and  the noliieof application for incorporation  appears iM   (]���.
current issue <��r the   (Jazetle.    The operations of ||K. company will l,���  (.���;.,,
extensive, and if successful, vvill prove
of very considerable  advantage  lo Ihe
city of Kainloops'.-Inl.-ind Sentinel.
RESERVE ;��-  ���
A jjC,,cr.il banking btwiness t minuets, 1.   I,.ton.;, .uJowii.] ot, den.sit, at cmrcni r.Uc
.-This is a rare opportunity to get reading m:aici.   for     Qu
holidays.       ���    < .        , ' ,     " ���
1 , /
Groceries, Provisions,   Dry Goods and
Clothing, Cigars and Tobaccos.     -
Importers   of  Scandinavian   Produce.
0JRSSe!!^ ?'-"*   Anc, ies,   Cntbcnburg
'';iL,;oa^,par7of'!own(.',;(h,,';S   ^'^  >Ull'M   '�����    G^  <���vml   <<ee
First Street, Revelstoke. Station.
AIJKA3LAAISON JJ]{C),< r��oi.jMCToi��8.      ���
First-class Tabl^^0T^7~^"re.proof Safe
Telephone .���   'Bus Meets all Trains   "    .
BEVEjuS^OKE      ib.o
.u   .. wU,,a .-lupjjui k.     xj\erv   experiment ,   .	
��i i-��vn.�� <,f ',���,.,, o,,;,,, ,.,���i ���������ii U.S;,.ss,,;sSil?'aSter; J^^
^f';"" ;;"-y '���iis-'��"'"'- 'l^��^^^��^J^^\lllardwarf^^J
shrubs h.-necall   been'very   successful'  '^      A **fi *"B
and for most of, these .things   a   good I npAni r miTrum'i.iP,^   ^
...urkot' can   he   found.    There   ��;���,��� M C0PLE ,N ENDING'TO  BUILD
il f 1        rn -^ t �� . I 1 '
,   therefore to Tum ^J.\ji. to be huge,   resources of wealth lying   unnoticed and
'< ' undeveloped around our \eiy doois,
and if we' western people had any
notion of domestic economy we could
' Utilize it and make it of value. We
speak'of big things and 'talk big' too,
but the mickles, we. mu^t not forget
make the nmckly. ,,
The suggestion that .the board of
trade give some, attention to . this
matter is not made in any querulous
manner but'with an idea that they
could by communication   vvith   p-.-ovin
���.cial and federal depai tmeiits get. notice
Should see I.embke Uros-. before letting
'      '  conlr.id.    .\n  work done in a   workmanlike manner.,   Esfiiii.iius'jfivonniHl
lil.nis iii-opared on short notice.
���   Lembke Bros.,
Contractors   and   Builders,
1 '
t      f
. Manufactured in Kevelstoke
taken of the pcsibililies .���inrl'cxtont'of I n     ' ���^^^^^^  ,   p
tlie arable ground in   this   ^cinitv: to ,   T""- ",",,.,"",{f!" tl"'"i"^"' h^<^
��,, '   '-, ..... , ���     l)"l,,,,!i'L��"m'. br.ieket u-ork. fronts etc
the   necessity   ot   it^,   being  surveyed, '
Seasonable Goods
Lawn Mowers, Ice
Cream Freezers,
Rubber Hose, Lawn'.
Rakes, Garcien Hoes
1 * t
Builders' Hardware.
A Specialty. All the
latest   novelties     in
, House   FurnishinQ-s
Rggglstoke - Hospital.
Alaternitv ward in connect ion.  c
.Vaccine keptorr hand  :....'
Bra. McKooIinio and JciTs,   -   Attoadanto.
1 w.~
Best Taiile: in. Towii, Well fumMd Booms.
(TVll   ���    ��� 1      Tirr��   - '  , ., 'i /
Physician and Surgeon.
MoKenzio Avciiiic,     -,  . Kevelstoke E. C.
ieest Wines, Liprs and Cigars,
���Everything Strictly .First-Class.
Terms $2 per day
Barrisier, 'So'licitor, Etc.
Oi'incii'Cow.\s. Block,
P. O/Box ids.
Kaniloops Kccr.on Draught.
AnitAHAMSON   MKOS.,  I'Loi-tmcTOiis.
dpencd for settlpinent'and included in
he ininiigration 'and other aiherlisin"
matter of the "oyerniiicntb Cdiieei-ned..
The devfilopnient oE these resources
would assist, 'the pocket, of o-.piv Iju.^i
ness man iii town and cjivc perman
ency to local trade. :
All the latest machinery.
.      , Dry 2:ila on the promises.
. Xe.ii- A. .U'u.luiuUl &- C(..'s win-oliousf.
J l i.s \ cry evident   that   ]ie\e'l.stoke 1' ,f^TniT^Trni~9   Air ^-v^-,-	
quires a development of   natural   ,,,    ^MIKAL,-   DRY'     LEVEL
il.  HOLD/CM,
Analytical Chemist and, Assayer,
NELSON,^   B. C.' '      .
requires a develop
sources to add   to   the   v.-oaltli   of   tin
coiniiiiinify.     "We cannot   continue   to
live, one ofl',the other .vithmit  disaster
to the, weaker ones, and Lo increase the
wealth    and   ensure   permanency    vvr
must  open   natural   lesourccs, tli:it  i\
get money out of the ground   hy farming or mining.     We are all interested
in   the   mining   movement: would   it
not be wise to have   .still   another   aid
to success in   the  farming,   gardening |
or fruit raising industry. '       j
137  TTS
Assa.M, of every variety of mineral.
Analysis,  of  milk,   water, or oilier materials
ti.sctl for food.
Prompt Itesulle. "Prompt Cash.
1 <
Tlie House issWe^with tlie Roast Wines and-ICigaps'in the Market
Buy lots from us,
g_ H. HEAPS & CO.,
, Machinery Brokers,
50C Cordova St roc.
���\-ANCOUVI51J,. IJ.C.
FOR SALE���-\ quantity of light, second liimd
Steel Kails.
J. ALJJlfillTSTO^E, Pitoi'KiCTo.
The Billing Room is hmisU will] the'best tM
���'". '   'Market affords.
..      , WINES, ��� LIQUORS AND CIGARS."   ���
Tim: necessity for a change from the
general routine  of business   i-,   uecoiii-.
ing more appaient all the time, as   for
instance tlie amount of   interest taken
i"   the    picnics   on    icient    holidavs.'
"Would    it not   be weM   t<j   adupi  tho
policy of business, inniscs in    K,lmlu(>p<,
and other jilaces. wheie   Uiey   have  a |
weekly half holiilay on which   to   hold '
some soil of=spoits or liave ,-u ieist an i
outing.     During   tlie   p;^r   in   Hevr-l-j
>tjkc theie has. boon nutln'iiLr   t<  hi oak |
tlie1 monotony   of   inisiiK'ss   from   one''
week's end to tli" other   with tin''   ex- ,'
ccptiun of  four  public   ln.Ijihivs   jn   ,t '
year.     Nf,vv   is   th'  i.i;!1,.  (i,;^   i.���U'(., '
.siiotilil   i i-   i.d.i-u  up fu. J    s(.i,,,.(),;,,;, '
rJoil".  lis  (he s.,.;..,,;   ]���,,,     ., ,,,j _,,,.    mJiUI,   ,
is gf-'ttnig wil1 .,...    The ��,' i , -.i\in''.��- or
Fresh and new.       Direct from
a   growers.
j We   curry   tlU;   lfli��(;st   assortment  cf
I garden .seeds in the province.
J 1\!,'(''' iuv "U1 ��� niusiraled' Oatalo'.ue
. Front S
X I rading Company |^
VAD-TCOUySB,   13. C.      l
i:.<l im {.'ay   ii,
dull ht>\" i- h \ci_v,gfj.,d ,f.j ri'scnifilioii
Of the siltj.t;;,,,, ... .'( w|,IM j,. ,lL j.,.,.w,lti
A Promising' Milium Section.
XVc  h?lV''. l,1';   n��'*'   P.r"j)-:rt\--Lu-,,-,,^  and
i'f liclcmial-   in
":i'; of the   ny,.t   -,,ij!d     |.r.,-j:-f', f\
j.eroLi-, H)\��,i].. in \\"o,  K-,.,;, ;, ,\._
^. f.' ,t;"i\, c yoi,
Mi-I,  |;jv,
..W. Pfewiog & Sobs,.
;      ' I'I.nn ,ind fji-ii.-iinent.-il
1     .��?iasterdngj,
Sfcoae and Bi^ci
' Work.
<,.'..\'j'.,i\-.T.>;:i: . ., .,
                        i��. (j
Best $1 a day house in town.     White labour only
The-bar is supplied with the best brands of wines,  liquors  ancl
J, V. PERKS, Manager.
Lj'ootl    tn-auiif-nj.       ;/.,,;]
.Smith Cnrtis h,-|s icinrni'd liom a ',
visit to the I.iii-df.-in connlry, v.-hitle r I
he went for the pinpu-i.  (,f  i.x-.uniiiin;' !
th"   proper lies   of   the   I...i.hMii-(;..ld-
sniilh   Mine,   liniilei).   uhi'-li   .rie  ],,.
C.t.'d  1)1,   .",,.,| (|. ��� !,.       I|���    ;,,,,���.(.    ||,.|(   !
two     hi!|s   t.f   nn II   ai ������ ,i|   ur,ll. r,n II,,. |
pi"|�� itie.s ofhis iMimiMriv.    Tli"y  aif j-
di"i\imr a Inniie! and rue now in ,i   rli^-
taiicc of Ifi  feel,   drilling  Irm.-url   ||,(- I
lunging  wall.    The  vein is f/,,m .",0lo
<>') feet u id",-ind   ii iv   thought  ||,e  ,���.,. J
Chllle will lie   fciiinl IICM    lollie   h;,,,./- I
in,'wall. Stiingcisnf <���, h.nealiemly I !~'^"1
been eiicoiinlei ed which cu-ry  cotisjci. i
erable   gray    copper.     The ' JJoiichei-I
group in th,- JV(i| b.isin n.Xf. I,o-ucltcT to j
Apply to^���^sf^^
KAML00P3, B.C.
ik:-,L fd f;y(:rvihi/)''- LToill"1
>3    rt
fSstrffl Q
Architect and Builder.
" !'"" '���""l,"SI" t'ttt;-* ���-"I" JvitL-Ce
Kf.sidejiL  ,\r'^ />>
i" j   '   * * ��   ,
kKVhl.srOKk,  I;, r
J". X,E3ST3DSTJ"J\5:
Aito.'-iT-'v in I'';ict,
RUSShLL   &. HEROD,   Prop's.
Tho Quakoi' Bath Cabinet
Ghas. J. Aman,
, . i
',( A en! .'Ii,i,ii!,'ii', it JCi.nlciifiy j
'���'-��� n.r. i.-H,rt���,H | -A.   SJF>IE]C"T^A_IlI,T,~y
Wop : Sai.li,:, CaWnetl'{ko0feinp nfs^ .     ��   . , r
���w. ?
newest of  West
Although    the
le 2 )lh   ol' ,hi|v.
**sp AHDEAU is in  ,-i sense the
$ Kooleiiay  milling   divisions.
A lirst claims were located on   (he 2)th   o? .Jn7v
\ JW'2-the   Black   Bt-.n-   :lml    Kang.-iroo   hv t
g B-41k powniiig'.-md  H.   Ilim-v-.-i-i 1 were   I'o.'iou.-d'
S-^J*   '"V "�����''.�����'��� ��nrt-m-,.|-ii-s. in 'U3, ceitain event -��� l hen
&/^>S^3 transpired   to  retard   it,  la!!  'IK,  when   .i (������,���.
Him e,,l,-    I-'"1" e'"-''" - lV',,S   "��."*"     mmh'-        Al  ��'����� t����H- Of
,,,';"' ��1'-���>'-���" ve.ieo ... Laid,,,,, t|,K  ,.���(>,,  d?*hi��>t w.is
Deing searched for mineral, hnt, when the dinnn i��� silver
eame it. hn. t, severely evei-y silver   camp in the cuuiiii-v,
,   flaking eve, Ihe KIe(,t SJo-.-m.  which  on account of its
nil winced development stood it he.-,t, and almost, entirelv
���suspended   mining   operations   everywhere   cKe.     The
slump of 9.J was followed in '��H..ys"everest,,.-,n.-ia,Kl heL:   '
dean   hey were  felt so  l,.,��Uy in   Ll.e  hh.eking ,,f ta-a N'
.arid the   washing  out of   lind^es   that,  |i.-i-iii?^.-,i��m  was
given claim lmhler.s u, re.stake; conseijuentlv,   .-.,  l,ef���re
stated   progress,,, L-trdeandid  not. acl nally hegii, until
m ml,        r    i   ���"-'  \"lvl^\  'b'epen.'d  and  f.u'u- limes the
ill   il.er of claims located  (.he previous vear we-e staked
n tins, th.' first yeai   (^general  prospecting., So prom-
rsing were,the discoveiies. that all  thron-h the winter of
,    JCI iiihI  spring  ot   '0,   interest, cominiied   in   the  trivul
edges anil in  the scason'of '07 m> K-sstliaii ftlo.) <XX) j,,
:;;;��;? ^'ViUh', i>'^.'��.��i ���<>*��� .i���VX��.
<\      -��l-     ��    l,��"1. , hni -l,,vn  ",,L('(1 *''n  tlHi  l"'>misi..g'
Mohawk group.    Then-is'every   reason  lo expect l ha".
, the ni-Kt fe.v years will he,, cine of great progress i,, L   ���
;;.';'��;md make it, e(1,..-,lly lls   well �����..�����,', a "Trail (J reek
,i eS,,lK,,m-  . It iH'W present .t splentlid openin-for
I   ospector or  investor.   ,Jt  has not 'been projected    <
ne-eighth  the exirnt of oilier district,-, .Ut st.nicienl
has  been dt.ne  to  demonstrate it, worthy\,f   every ,
'     nves'tor'^T  ��,  '   hibOV '���md   c,l��,i,nl   "f   \��-"W����v  u   d
f  ,.W    '    ll' "i"'^  "'""."ff  l"   ^"est Kooten.-.v looking
' ��� ��.,',ltl.<JnsI��1"11 Pi-opi'ities no better field/than La.d.-au
presents itself, as properties may he had without, paviri"
' Ci'S"T "" '" ,"th'V ,'am"s �������>�����>�����"'���" "ve.-crovvdetl. .
,.", . 1 -i'V1' "'''"''^y K'vins them notice, so too are
la.lway milders, and it is not. at aH'tmlikely that.-, f ew
ffi f" ;l '�����'"'��>' ��';'��li��S she great ore bodie> of
Fish rner loa snielter at. deep .vater on the A.;.n-of (he
lake, lake it all in all, Lardeau has a" most ln-illia.it
f     lire helore ,t   one  that .justifies every word of      ���    se
v    ?' hi", I'*.8',"!1 l'V' "-'V1 lh!>' ������',,-vt,m' !,t i,]I "-(jua'i.ited
��...     "���sIK'rt"".'"i'��^.   i-ifli'oi-e  and genei.-.l  .-���]vantam's
will   readily admit.    It Mill  presents" mosi   of thes-am,^
,   oppurtuu.ties  found  i,.  Slor-an  and Trail divisions some
;it,;.:,.flTi"0p,,",]t,1,,.lt,"H �������''-�������� "I'hIk wealthv men  ,,f
L-ocatiojQ of^Districtv
'     The mining diviMou'of Lardeau fakes in on ihe e-isf
all the watershed of-llmFish   river from Bat. ie, c 'eek lo
ieep waternn the VR  lA.m  ot Upper Arrow lake     ,
tljis is the ground  coveredl.y the ���',.!,,��� on the othe  Vj .
On th,- norih it  inns tt,  Isaac creek  on the Arrovvh   id
branch of the   C.P.H.,  and  st,ulh   it   goes' ���,'-,        '{
TiieSatirii. iri-onj,, f���,.|:1HI. ���,,  ,|,c
-uow,.^ ami Hi.-,���v i-.n,> InV,', in K���M
monnt.uii, J),-IS ;l   |,; r
and ,;i\,
Fred Robinson, Proprietor.
^IolSv'iJfMi!''Li,���''"F',,1,!,!:''-,���',lli,��� *>"��a^��l -it the head of
heliuih. K'"""' """" 'I'ldsh.p oreas.soi.nas ttailscan
;  .-.-I },y Revels?l)ke pai'ties^ho Jf J I F K.S'X^
of iScr.^k;,n^'-;,?::,?;';:u'1! :l!M���,,, ������-��� "j"- ����> ����� >����-r
  .,     ..    K* "''"-a veiv  tine >liuwiii.r ii; ,,,',..    'i-i,.. ij..,.,.
...an-Uinbo,,   ,,������,,,������   ,.,lu MUlle  ,-j   N ll-Nll1,|l1' ^
The, Gladstone and Wide Wet group, alUiui^h not
���tii, Shingles, Monldinsfs, Finishino-Q^
F"            --���..o,. -  ,
,......, ...oe,,,,,,.,,.,,",,,, . f   ��� ivieijaptv
IjiffJ. gi-.ide ore/ rn.e LardeAu^,   U, ,    ,," '.    *   ""'"��,':     - . J
GWef ToWi^s.
lie U^euim"     ��" '"" ""'������-ty ��. sen.,, ���s m,!,,,1.?., r,.,i"
sideT'V ^l;u:il','-A:f""f J?i-"��P, ��limit 3 miles'(1M ,,���. ,������.;-,,
TM.,?pte.-',S!:.[":WU P<,��' U,wk f ��"'��re ^-terand
beafenis'^^'^tri^^ a^r'i '"��� ��"-
;.-., |^.,,,;Sl,v,J1,,^"w'Ki��'��p. alM. lie.-..- the head of ( hi, vlwk
i'- ii IiikIi g'v.de conccnlr.itin- p.-opo'sitio:i     Tim      ,'       !
expect  to do develop,,, ei.l  he?e t hi.i year "'"t'*
P�������lUl"ff """-'i'b.o.l.tii.iMiiigi-m.p; situated near Silver
w    I   ���n','m!"- ""  i'L '""��� ���,t,'"!,��  ,lM(l> ,,l,t   ��"   vet   " -,'v lit   e
work ins heen done. ' * m-i-ii
-       There  are  a , nuinber' of other proinisin'-r cli.ms nn
Lexmglon   creek   and near it.    The Ruhv S?lv,    ",
situatec,   on  the.creek of that n.une^oSiJ'       (?F ^
...   er, ahove Lexington creek, has a ve, v good  "li, vvi .'<
lhereare i claims in ihis'group.  '       ,    " tl-oo\\ing.
'      ���'   I30YD CHEEK.
Wliolesale asd Retail I
���. .-'-BUTCHEB ..'.'!
Milk Glows; Saddle, Pack,
Driving and-Drausrht
'Horses. , ������
tavefetoy ��� Station.-i
��� AND
Ihe man   place of biisiuess of this division is Co.naplix
at the head o   Ihe north aim of tin; Upper  Arrow- Lake"
at   the' mouth ot  Im'sI,, Creek.    C.omaplix-  i, ,apidlv  be-
��� coining,-in important Kooten.-.v town, bavin" a( nicsenf
'   one'sawmill,   will,  a daily capacity  of  CO.fJOO fei-f Mvo
good   hotels-    one    general   More   and    seveial   dwelling
houses.    It has communication   by telegraph   with   the
t-.l.K.   i.iain   line and   hy  telephone   with' Trout,   Lake
Oily.-   Ihe mining record office   i, stationed -tliere and
.nails a.'e'i'ece.v;e.   da.ly.    Si earners rtm daily  to Arrow-
head,    he C.P.1L terminus. |,nt  j0 miles distant, a,���l a|,0
o, ^elson1,. Holland   and   other   Kootei.av  point--    A
l.eau iful stream  ot   water  runs  thron-h- Ihi^-town'-ite  -'
capahle ol supplying immense power for  maniil.-u I uri',.''
purposes and eouiplcte service foi   domestic uses.     It is
the ke>  to the Jm.sIi Creek nun.n- district and the sunplv
Ilimit, tor the whole of its m'ini.ig trade.'  All paits oi 111
d.str.ctare reached by vva^n ���,iUi and't.ail li,,,,,' itll,Ki
all ore shipments will come its way ,
Arrowhead, the CP.lt. t.-rmii'itis is also a mosfim-
po.tantpoi.it, audit is not at all   unlikelv that anoLl,.',"'
place of
importance will gum- up the  river above  the
Physical Features, ��lc.
Accessabilitv is a.-marked inside the division as its
means ot conununication are plentiful outM'de, as fiom
Co.napiix up the e,Vil Fijf!l ,,",,.,. jj      ,m   illIllieuse        .
valley forbU ii s.    Fo.   six- mil,.,, of this -oe.s a w;i'.
road to a point on the rivei abovevvbich tin-20 mile's is
' iiavigahle water and fed l.y a succosion of stmi.ns'��.,,
which are situated the'main locations of the coiu.trv At
the head of eacli cieek is gene.ally .-, -lacier, which Vives
a. copious and contiinioii., water supply for all purposes'" '
Ihe tiniher, too. is. sutlicient.for all mining uses for a
long tune to come. , ��   luls,u'1   ,l
.m fThe ''.'""i1,"11""8 !l,'e t-heiffriuid Selki.ks, which coming
tip from the Slocan, go through theLardeatr with h north
northwest trend and then go on Lo Illecillevvaet.
Fornuitioi] ai^d Ores,.
The   formation   i-e chiefly lime,  si..,u.   m.<lM'iU". ...llfl >
Hdi.sts, and as would   be expected the charge -    f
ores is silver lead with gold and copper.   In all. or n -. r   -
all leads opened ,��� Lardeau, copper and, gold  have   been
iound in huge pavi..g(]uantitics in  a^ocl-, tion wilh   th
silver-lead; and   this  fact   -V one   Lh.-a   is earning     o.;
great  at.tenlmn   Ironi   .shrewd   investors  of   the  Uniie
States and of England.    The -old, so !.���., go J , , u,"'   ,
ahout .$2.) (as much as most Kos,Iand ores) and the c
iro 11 30 to .-^00 ounces, in silver and ft) .per cent le.-Pd, a
rpv.lty which will empire fa vorahlv^ with the p, ope,--
t.es ^ the silver-lead class of (he great Slocan. Am, I er
main teature of Lardeau s miiici-.il field is (he lai-.re'ness
and strength ot .Is lends, which, in almost eve. v nuance '
can he (raced for miles. In one case, on the' Gleiwarv
lead, there are as many as 1'J claims located, whil? on
others i and 9 locations are common.
Tlje properties.
A large ntimber of very  good claims arc locale,]  on
o Boyd cre.-k.   The well-known Glen.-:,, v ,rniI1, ,"
at head of thi, creek and consitle,^! \^w   ���]' vviU,   verl
.   encoiUHuuig   ,-est.lls   ha.,   heel,  done on it     W    , ..v,  '3 ,
I       loin   the Gle.,-ary a.e not  unlikelv,      Work is  j   �� io
P 'ogress on this.clain, and will be c;.���tinne��l all. e so    '
l^be ore averages about Io0 ounces silver and OOpeVc^nt
nife'e^'l'ror-ih^ri "''",i,, rOU*'^ "r',lm'''  '���>���"�����'���������"
15,/n.i��   -^  "'"'. UlL   Oleug.-irry  on    the same   le-d-     \
funnel,sin 20,  leet; theie ,s a  gotid   showing- oft^
_      Copper  Lode and Anaconda--m-oiim'is  siii'i-,t,.,i   ,,
���'i.-U-  "p'Uoy.l cieek   on   nortirl,   !'J/^{ ^
'"���<���" ��;�� Ih.f Copper Lode last I'alUiv es I hf ow I ' ,',' '
idencc to pus, work'this season, flic o,e is ," i e-,., "
, tinning high in gold.    These claims a���; iiJS^
Devils Ilnlc-Re'co irrtnip, on Devils floli. i��n1,.i,    . .   -i
McDOUGAL CREEK. ���    '
About locl.-iiius were'localed 011 JJcDinimil cieek 1-isf
. summer, and the ore is of an ent.irelv diffei-JI l v) ��� .aci   r
'���< UherFisli river ore.-,,   heiii" more lil-eVl,,. n
����^. <'..".'ying gold and nl]ipe"�� The' J - . I' S^,"'!
a.v large and good-looking, and Ihe work done - st i dl
is encouraging enough to cat.se^.iore this.
Sable creek (lows  into Fish  rive,   on the east side 11
miles   from   ,ts   mouth.    The   Consolidated S     m'
Mi mug Company  hold  four ve.-v  ,��������������,,!���.; ..]���������'l, j"
twee,, the Agnes  and Stephanie branches.'"A I      md of"
. do feet, has been run and its prospect,  are encou ��� ������   ���
The.ore   ituis   high   i���   ^.j,,,' ,;,,.',,  ,���K     ,, "^ .",,lJ    ?���
groups on (he Agnes   branch   of Sable ,-reekaeIumts-l   -
ili.irtH.ic  B.-ittania.    A   ,���luu.i   |l!ls   llt,<.u     ,:.,������'*^
1.1H.M-.    Ibere ,s a trad up ,��� thes|l p,.������H|.ti(J-    UV" UjL
.On the .North  Folk   of  Sable  creek  three  Kro���ns- of
claims   vyere    ocated   in   the  summer   of W and    ", e,���  [
���eptu-t gives t hem 'all   ve.y  good   repirte.      -is ",7,
trad^lnult   the  owner,  will |nit in   suppf^ 'Z 'bj-    ,
Shortest and quickest mule    "
To- Yukon" and Hlondike
' Eastern nd' BuroD-
ean Points    -
'     Pacific Coast, China,
7 Japan and Australia
uJ.-'Xl'^!,Yn ''"V cVan-v.nll(1 �����������<���' "lodkJs of com-
.d t.-d ;^ 'ri,':-,Lr,0-t'|)l'1-, n'i"1 ,Hni,,i" ��"* ��"
^ny^^oii't'^i?^^!u,rou,sh'""" biiK-
I!^"ha--n1%,V^, Koi;lo.?a.v   Poiiits-J.ci.vo
I 30 p in Alvu'u   li^^h'-o\:o nt
-\-trent, licvclstokc! or
V,'. 1<\ AXIIKltSOX,
p  rV.m-rTMlVI!lli"'? ^i^ougcr Ago.it, Xulh0,i,
llr.   J.   LO)   J At,,
DiUvicl J\isscn^cjr Agent, V;iMcourci\
you desire .an artistic .home with all modern   conveniences
,    ceil  and see Maclean who can .design vou one In -���v
'   '   -4ou^
"Interiors and .interior decorations arc-his  specialties   ��� q,'rt   -
��� Decorations, Bank   lMXUlrcs,   Hot^^.S^
s'uiMhc'����� ke      "' Sta,n?yS' "lC; can b? ^ ^i to ���
The   Present   centre
headquarters .for
nadian ��� Paeife
eaisMp Co.'s ������
'   R0S3L.AND   and   KOOT33NTAV
Louvo Ari-ow.'ioad daily f0-...]] poin(fi in Koot. ,
cnay, .iniikiiijj  connection nt  Xukusp  for i
all points on Xaktisp iind Slocan  It v. and '
Slocan Lake.
Close connection nt'lobson for Nelson lOslo
Baltour, Pilot Hay, Twi!, Hossianci, No.-th-
port an;! all points ��o;itIi. ,
���On Pool creek.,a J.ir-je niinilier of (
liins   are   locnlci
numi.jrst) which an; the  Alnh.-.wk (just'i,,;���|e,Vfor .-,'T
-sum) and  L-iez:io, 'claims- aitu.itcd ���|
about 2 inih
tip   the
Furniture and
JRepairing and Upiolstering Done.
Varcliousu in connection for .stowiKo
,    of fiiinilj-iiiulotlicrfiiriiitiirc. trunks,
ftc. at nionUiIy or other niton.
Agents for Ttnj-tiiJiid Sewing- Macliiiicfl.
Revelstoke Station. B.C.
���Scot I, creek c-ouics infoF.sh ,,'ve, 2 miles below S.,hlo
���k-   .iVmj-     he.   h.'.-id   ot 1 his ci.-ek MImCS.i.i,M���     ' '
wh.ch has a h.jf |WKl  |M11 ������ ,-,,, ,.(,,,,. ,      ,      "���.
a.tsy,'..ilAt ..' bead of this creek li-s i,Vs "
jj.-oup, on Mint,, ,s,;l I1KV h|,OM.in{C ���f , j.,, . , / " l
carrvnifr  a   quanlitv   of   urny   Conner ��   ,?, "'
driven here last fali and Wow, tt-s ex^-t to ,1^'"
shipment as soon at, their Hail is u.;Kle "l,lU;,t
On the divide b.'tween Scott and" Alenhinick creeks
the Copper kin- group IS snn.-.t^cl. It ��������* located 1 1('
last   full  and   has   excellent .sliowin��-s       a ,,.,;��� '
lM.il.. m it and a  .haft  will !,, ,���,;',-   soo, '^   ?,S^
can be packed   .���.      Two   .-,>S,v3   fro,,,   this  clai: ,  ' ff   ,
2J.o.) and o(J.(W per cent. , '   "int.
It    if,   ot;   ccitu-s-e,    quite  iui|",o?sibit.   lo   M;l ���     .
propeit.esol   this  K,,.llt   n,i,H.,-.d   camp   l���,t    ��� ��� '   ,  ,   ?
q.ioled .0 show all over ,1  ,|,ti,���s of m(',|.iL ������, v' , "t;    ;
J he camp ,.s.s|,|, ,��� ,Ls i.if.incv.   but is f,,,, .������{, i��� ./.���      V
Us sw.-uhllin- clodu-'..     0���cc-,t l,e��ins shipp ,\    '\;u  " .'I'
..... f...-o.r. m win dr..-, .-o.isid,,,;,,,,. illl!,!li;j; -
speeiluy    catch    ii|.    ...    imp,,, ,(, ;,ce    ;llKl    aclnilv   vv
other ca:ii|is m \\ est JCo.itciM-v ilistricr. '
.    r
For full information, tickets, maps, etc,
'  ��� on or address .
Affont, Kovoislokc
H. .1. (JOYbK,.
i��-'"il. I'.i- \ivenl.
Viiiuiiiivur, ii.t'.
Or to
W. F.
��� iv. I'.is,. Aj,'i'iif,
Xolson, I5.C.
f-7.-'. r'l
>,i   ���1^
and future
.i   Ci.
us Jfnai iSeason
Is beginning and everything in the market fresh
and sound   may be had of
Columbia &' Western Ry.
Time, Tabic No. (j., .""0 (;ikc; ofloi.t Xnv. 'li \nc
J).iil;.- Between T-iil.imi Ho-sl.md
vv,:ST!;oi;.\i).       . im��i��.,���.x.,,
_ l.i:l.i   *J.-lj.5. ItO.S.SI..\NIi..lS.-��ia IAIKI nil
>"slii:,d   y coiinccl   \vi(.ij   C.P.!!   m-iin   line
stealers ;l���d   ���..������,,���   ,l:���,Lrnm.'-.Vl.,.i:;,1,,,|,ltl
I  p.^.;5,i ��:'��a'"clo.'.'i| U.u'nsl,.., ���-,���,, Trilf.-ui'l
i i;;'s:i;u,d.N'''t't''i,,i,ju^,,i'i!:'i'i' -:"-' .�������.
Gonci-mom.-.-,.: K J'. (Jl.-TKI.irM
is: reached  bv. rail Ofrom'
Revelstoke   to   Arrowhead, sS  miles ; thence'
by steamer, 10 miles, to Thomson s  Landing ;   and   a - short
stage of   12 miles:   the   entire
journey occupying onlv 6 hours"
through  magnificent mountain
2-nd Jake scenerv.
���    Well-known ' minino-    promoters and  capitalists 'aireadv
have UicjrB representatives' on
tile   ground,   and   it    is     no
ooomer's dream to sav that be-
fore another six months Trout
dean mining district.     | j cipal Wwnln this treastu'e-lSen
"Lardeau, the new-centre of at-
It will have railways
the north and south
Its climate is superb. ���
It has plenty of building I
timber and a sawmilT
in operation providii
traction    for   the.
enterprise,    skill
, ��� ,' ���-., -. . ,    anci    capital
which Irtish Columbia, has
magnetized within her borders.
J "e chmate and soil of the
district are all that could be
desired !,v theranrhi-M- gardener'
lumber at ���reasonable''01"   r,'UI't ;grower   .��� ^
pricos on the spot. . \m,(.hl^ - \y^:hiibh and i-apid"
'iv.iii U. 1:.
aiiords    ox-
fi.'iM'J H:i;il.
Iiefji?:gl!aiv^ss^ "
Contractor and ttuildei;
f>fiK-o ,nid Wci.-l.-^lioi)
('liixisilu Co.ii't Jjciiso.
KEVELSTOKE,   B.   C.^ 4
cepuionally good tro^t
r*     -1    ���
iv  ,
j~*   -i  -
.   s-pc.-i lien lions   .ind   cliin-il-s
fiven on
has a crown grant, pur-
lots thus 00-
The i\c
marxet    exists :
���'vort.-.men    the:
i-i:o:-ds  cfainc in
chasers of.
title. ���
���fsl note!."-,
n-iny p:
'.in '
Front St., Revelstoke.
I      FRED.
WELLS, Minh Examiner.
J lie I.-irgcsf stoi-U in tho disti-ic-l of nooisi, U"i���.
dov.-s, JJi'.ickols, TiirniiiKi. Jloiildiiifjs, J in so
Cisiiijjs, ICiln   Dried J'-Joo,-iiiKl ���Cc-i!inK anil
>,!,w!!iShi,,"("v,0'f '"",fi' '""i "���"' bo
sold ,ti[), ices  novel" bc-foro tmoled.
,G.   H. A^l]il>clld^-���Ill535SS^
J- R. HULL & OO.   CvcJ
''".".odaLion includes
j't- '."es, post ofrice.
J'-s.   butcher   shop
iv.ate residences
J3iiildin.tr  operations   are "in
'"I' P^re-;s. and the esiabli^h-
���'��^i of. the .vu-.rhiij  will tend
,-stilJ more  to enh.mce  the
mediate growth  of thi:
General Mason
Lime  For  Sale _^
JJf.'veKto/tv, I J. C.
& Brick Work.
Wholesale ��� and   Retail
All u,.,-k  ,1,�����.   i��� a ,,������ ..,���,, i       ^"D'CPCSIjU^S.
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L.utiijis, Liulic-,' Skin Holders, JJi-
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Bicycles for Hire.
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m 6 months ���
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J- L. HAI&, Reve^tokk, General A������llt '     '
Hugh Mcpherson, TMvr L.v.?'Cin. R,.iW,..lt A��� PA GE 4,  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Kootenay Lodge  * * No. 15 A.F.' && A. M.  *   *   The regular meeting  *:\JF<\       onieToniple.Uonnic's  V>^jy��������� Hull,   on   the   third  Sp== Monday   in    cauli  GUT BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER  Watches, Clocks  .-'^^^^^^^S^' v"^Unis'iUbrctli'i-en '] C.l'.lt. Watch Inslioctor.          Ilevel-lolcc, IS. C\  ,*^SE^SbL--^      cordially welcomed.       ! ������������������   W. V. CIlAdE. SlXUKTAKV.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. 0. F., No. 25.  .*-'-r>.        Itefjul.li' nu'ctinti-? art- held  iSKet������   i" Oddfellows' Hall every  J3������������rt%. Thursday nishr, at  eight  -^s^S&s������������ o'clock.   Visiting brothers  P.-^a^y^ry^ ordiallv welcomed.  W. J. ]���������KE, X.G.  T. J. GKAII.OI. Si:c.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O.F.No. 3161.  Meet-? in the Oddfellow s>  Hall on the second and  fonilh  Friday-;   of each  =^.  .liionlh.   VisrtiiiK.hri'ilj-  te.i/rcii   invited  to  attend.  ,J. 31. SCOTT. C. It.    '  J. L. SMITH. U.S.  CITY  BAKERY  ���������, ..avrtl^, ,  Bread and Confectionery.  '���������    Free Delivery Every Day.  , McCAGTJE BROS.  :es or ivuats  The Dainty  The New Fruit and Fish  ,~   . Store '  Second oSt., Near Union' Hotel,  H. L LOVERING  Wake yourself as comfortable  as possible and enjoy life. You  can do this by selecting from, our  large slock of'complete  ���������HOUSE FURNISHINGS���������  Handsome catalogue containing  nearly" 500 illustrations .mailed  free on application.  ladies,' Misses' and Childrens' Goods  -LUXURY���������  WEILEI  C    ,    VICTORIA.  B.C.  ��������� 9 (Es5auIis!icd;iSG2.)  ���������'   Largest stock west of Toronto. .  Fresh fisli c\ory dty. ,  She will  find the kinds to  make   her   perfect   here.  We have only, the best���������  there" is no   such  thing as,  "good enough" perfumery.  The   best  goes   a   great-  way both  in   the  finish it  gives to   the   woman   and  in quantity���������a small bottle;  'suffices for"a considerable  time.    Come in and satis-'  fy yourself as to this.  Painter and Decorator.  Grainii:'s> Carriage Painting and  Paper  Hanging. '     '��������� '   ii.     ' ' ,"  .DEALER    TN    WALL  .PAPERS.  = Japaesne Goods ��������� and' Novelties =  ���������      dlN   &  TAMURA,   ������  72 Cordova,Street, ���������  VANCOUVER,    B. C. _ ,  Over 6,000,Different Articles.-������555555r. ���������  P.O.1 Box 150.���������Mail Orders promptly attended to.  Full line o1      ._  summer Dress uooas-  Millinery, Blouses, Ready-Made Skirts  T. L. 1IAIO.  W. P. CRAGE.  McKcnzic Avonuc,  KEVELSTOKE STATION.1  .      THE  McDowell, Atkins, Watson Co.  (Limited)  - ���������Ufjc IDruoflists��������� '  ,    MoCarty's Block, Ilcvclstoko Station, B.C.  0.  V   CURTIS,  .Aloit.  -j  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  I*  Don'ti.foiijel tlio concert  Thursday.  ' - , c ''  (ieo. J. Atkins   and   C.'A G urn soy  ���������'     went,   up   to tho,  French"  Creole . 00111  pany's property on Sunday.  Messrs. Wilcox and ' Ruliniens, who  '   have, been working in Standard ( basin  siiice spring,,cunio down Sunday.  "=" A crew of linemen arriwd in   town  rind started   on   the   stringing   of   the  copper wiic west, fuun  he.ro "Thursday.  iMihS Neelands, of Nelson, was in  town ihis week the guest of Mrs. JI.  N. .Coursier. She left, for 'llu' east  Tlnirsdav'niorning. .  ' ' NuL.the '��������� fake;' gold brick, which  voir have -all   heard   so   much   of  , but. n,brick made, of clay wliich is  worth its weight in gold.  Where is it ? [  1 It is made heie in ymir awn. town  by .the Revelstoke Brick 'Co.  whk-h lia.s ahe.idy a large, niinilier  on the market and in u^c. See  our samples before ordering-a ,  Revelstoke   Brick   Co.  '   NOTICE.  ,  To my patients and  tli,; people nf U-'vcl-iiike  ,      . !  nrd \ iuinity. ! ' !  I liavu dispn-cd of inv olU." ��������� liero to Hr.-'onWk'I' S'OTICE tli.il v.-c. Lone <'lii:i>',- and |  11. Kriuik lOdniDiid-. Tliere oisifliuto be i'ii,na;li _1 ennui? ivi'c. Il.no piu-c-n.i-M.il Ir"in -\. I  work hoic fur .1 n;������iili'iit (It'iHki. if vi.ni will do ' V viir'al all In- mi;.niVi-nu-:a-. biiiMin������.-. ���������>";- I  your part and give linn your i atv in.'^o. Ci\o y ni.iK-to-_-k. ^.uvonwiii-' v.u-d <-!e{uii!iL-''iim .111 j  your teeth the atlenlion they ile<.>vv". li.no 1 hi- lupine��������� iiilero-r- 111 Howl-rote. K. (... mi'l 1  them exa ninctl regularly -o 1 hat any defc'ls in t are now 'none"-, of t!ic .-anie. ,  them may be remedied  promptly.    Dolav only]     1\-\ el-toke. 15. 1'.. July lllh l"J->. 1..-1:     .  rneim^ su'tlerine; and inerea-eil oxpen-e  ,          j  I tliank you heartily tor your patronage dur- | -.  k  1 ing the pa*n year and bes.pe.ik for Dr. lvJmundi  j J  '    your generous support. ��������� _ TCC   crvoi C\'        ������v i  Yours faithfully. i   Al% iSb   SOKLbl .    y^ ' I  K. JIAT11I80X, U.D.S.     ,  \%\ _l-^f.  UovcU-tokc, JulylS, 1S0S. \f   A      Plth. or--M:t  ������">t. H.'rE :woon.  DENTAL NOTICE.  70,000 SHARES   of  Carries Creek, (Sonsolidat-  ' cd'Gold Mines Co.,' Ltd.  TREASURY   STOCK AT  ioc.  per share.  Apply nt'Coinpanj's ofTice  I. T. BREWSTER,  Sec'y.  A'  f  JV  X  ' REVELSTOKE. B. C.  '>        -f        ���������'.        t '  Notaries Public, Mining and  Real'Estate Brokers and general  Commission Agents.      'Fire, Life and Accident.Insurance.  , ;' , . . - c   ��������� ��������� ' .  l������eprosent-iti\e.s of the Kootenay Smelting and Trading Syndicate.  c A iron Is for Ucvelstoke and Trout Lake City townsitcs  KODAKS,.   AND-  KODAK    SUPPLIES  .   , J    ' ��������� ������  1    i   * ' t-^���������ti.i���������-li =-���������-y-;-==-i ���������.-���������..-...��������� ��������� -        . -,.���������....-..��������� .-Tr,...^-~,^-^-.-~.>-.. -���������   ��������� ^������a  Films, Plates, Printing Papers, Chemicals and 'Photo materials  of all kinds. ' ��������� ���������   .'  Films ileveloped and Print,.-! in.-ub.' in any -tyle.    ilail orders promptly attended to.  /���������bailet'bbos: go.   lttd_ 5'   Photo   Stock   Dealers      Wholesale and Retail BOOK'S ELLERS and ST A TIONERS  < '   ' . VANCOUVER    and" KAMLOOPS,    B. C.  'JOriN' 0. NOUBOll, K,;U.T'C.ciio!al Jrannger  5%?      ������%       I IT  !!��������� If Oil Ho '.y  J. W. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer  General Founders, Engineers, Eoilerinakers,  ���������Tfc^^r^^^^fc^^fofAa^^^/^^^/^vv^,^^^ ^^^s^af^"1  Imperial Bank of Canada  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.  , Rest      -      -      $1,200,000.  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO,  HVS. HOWLAND,  President.       T.  R. MERRITT, Vice-President.  D.  R. WILKIE, General Manager.     "  A general banking business transacted.��������� Letters'of credit issued,  available in'all parts of the world.���������Gold dust and amaleam  . , purchased.���������Savings   'Department,    Interest    allowed,   at   , ������  current rate. - ���������   '' ,. ���������       <     '  '    A. R. B. HEARN, Manager RevelstokeBranch  Groceries,  Dry Goods,.  Men's Furnishings,  Hardware. , a' ��������� ,������ '  -���������' IT' - "iN * S  The finest stock of gopds ip all'the: above linrfs in this 'section.  IMiinufiictiircrB  .. of       '      ,  ^     ^Lining,     jsriil-  ^     ing-,     Ikn'sLing  H     ami . Piiiiiping  iMat-liinery.  '"3  ion  9 .  Klonkike Outfitter.  oners.  P. O. Box, 731.   Ca'jlo Add?ao3, "Covo."   ABC Coio Ussd.  Vancouver,       ���������"'-  "N  R.  H. TRUEMAN   & CO.  Or' C me \.r,.-i an;i Mi'. Kj:vi>t  W*7!VTK 01' fiTTAV.-.l.      .  REV'ELS.T0KE>^S5^  PHOTOGRAPHERS,  Vancouver,  ECy<������a  nsoSSEKtins  S. C.  Will rrcino '.���������i;.il-  ,n-l:'."..f:i  ..'i j.i.ino-  II]  w*  1  'o  T. J. ^i.il.nm  rone )fl;iy;nf: a������i<l -iis-"-i.'.  A* in the ]),is-t,S yen:--- \vc  \mU i-mninue to I ., ,    ���������  ,.,),,,       t ������?  make Hevel-ruke one of our -,irini'i|i.il   calliiii: j      ' ' ;' !f"c '''' '''���������(-!"'    '������������������ ��������� ���������;       _ ,. ,  IKiinl^.    Lonk out for our .mi\al  m,lie's ami I M,iekcn;;je r, venae-, ' '  ���������������     ��������� -j ,o" -.'-3 "       ��������� '     n "B  -couro aood work.   C. .1  Aiu.ui 1-. ������i;������-ni foi jur 1 ' I^EVKI -���������; Oi-Cl.'. li. ('        &.   it     JT"? 7T H i.!   tT'T    "ilTg^;"^      O 9"i iTi      C St (CiOV     "iTlA/O'r'CSS  C. P. 1$: and general 11. C. view--. -.'--Jrtl     ' , jCLli   ILxlIviiO   Oi.    AJL U^A������     Cvi.&XA.     &2.!LXj<jIj    AlIW UcAl  'jumjsjiwrw*  work.   Mining' work and tools,  Pipe fitting1 and roofing*.  s AGENT FOR BAIN WADGNS, BUGGIES, m-��������� '���������  ROBERT GORDON,  Revelstoke- Station B. 0.  McLennan, MeFeely & Co. Limited.  Vancouver B. 0.  ,\^'e liavo nn iniiiioiiae stock of miners' and prospectors' supplies, ' picks,  shovels, gold pans, pack'Stnips and saddles, dojf harness and sleighs,  tents, river boatH,  sleel  HUnes,  ulousila, snow-s,hocs, rifles, etc., etc',  Write ns for lithographed map containing.full inforniatioii. Goods bought in  Vancouver p;o into Klondike free. -If bought in the United, Stales  will be taxed '60 per cent. duty.  IS  U  (LJiMITEU.)  GEORGE To lEWMN"^  PCUPRAI  MPRPHAMI1  .   -       '   iVliKv bUPrUES.-   '  l)ry  G')f>u>, I )f",?,( i(a>'.\ ,, lilonscs, !<c;id)'-M;idc  Capital, .$1,500,000. .   Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.;  - Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Hoists, rumps, Blowers, Fans, Blasting Apparatus, Dynainoyfor Lighting and  Power, Motors for all Purposes. i '        ,,  Electrical transmission of power successfully operated up to 50  miles by our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEjVL  NELSON -:.  /.'J  linuii-h Olllces In Mrilihli Coliiiubiii,  VANCOUVER  Freight - and - Cartage - Ag-ents,  Thomson's, Trout Lake and Ferguson.  r.,ioth::r.{, V^sA,   and  SliO'.-.i.  flroccrics,   I;lotir  ar/i J'-"!      I frinl'/'are, Tinware, Vac.  Arrowhead B,  JR��������� S- "wilsos;  Merchant Tailor, Clothier and General Outfitter,  REYi^irSTOKE STATION, B. C.  Fctll.. and .Winter'.suiting's,   Overcoatings. ,     Good -stock   and  stylish '���������make. ���������      Order mades 'and ready mades. '���������  SESTHIC'GOODS.     -;  ;  ������frj**oM. -1 im'Twiwaiwfftii  The best equipped stables in the .district.      Saddle  horses always ready. '  Wholesale dealers in  Wines, Lipors and Cigars.  Agents  for   the   Karn Pianos, and   remember Karn  i.s Kinsf    \  C/ -  A large stock of  Cleveland and Brantford  , ;Bicycles.--:-;V'': ', ���������' ���������:���������������������������';  Office, Cowan Block, ���������",-.' Revelstoke


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