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 -N  .-  ,1  /^%^ $&  :y >' ���������:��������� c  rl.i.'  Vol. * ���������No. 8.  RE\rELS.TOKE. WEST KOOTENAY.  B.C., JUNE, Y>, 181)7.  $2.00 a Year.  NEWS OF THE CAMPS  A BUDGET OF INTERESTING ITEMS  FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS.  Good Strike on the Silver Shield', on  Keystone���������Bi# Rusli into Trout  Lake-Sawmill at Trout Lake City  Interesting- Illecillewaet Items.  A.   W.   Mcintosh  i'.-iiiic down' from  , ��������� Keystone   .Mountain, , Rig   Bend,     on  Tuesday with, tlie welcome  news  <���������)' ;i  good strike in the Silve.-.Shield.  While  lining assessment work   ihey  struck  a  beautiful four f'ouL lead with every   indication ni' 'a  fissure  and   showing  JS  inches <if solid galena (if  a enaise   cube  <-liai-.-u-tei-   and    carrying   gc������!d:--===--Tiie':  position ������if the lead is Mich that, with a  25-fnot tunnel   it. can. lie  Lapped  at a  depth of 123 feet.    The .Silver Shield  is  situated   at'  the   N.    J.;,   end    (if    ,th<-  'mountain joining   Dovvnio  Oreek   and  is owned   by  Messrs.   A. W. Mcintosh  and J. I. Woodrow.   ���������  'The season, Mcintosh says, is .veiy  liiiu-h earlier in'Keystnne than before  and will Be open for-prospecting nearly  two months sooner than previously.  Prospectorsare already going in there  and this camp will he.oue of the.' Best  in Big Bend this y.^ar.  Messrs. C. N. 'Davidson and Mayor  Teinpletnn, of' "Vancouver, who "are  intei-esLed < somewhat in Lhe Orphan  Boy claim, went, up (he Big Bend Lra,il  Thursday moriiing with pack horses  and outfit. They presumably went to?  lookup lhe merits of the pr'opcri,y and  ( he A'eic.y.-Ulrcr/i.ver says Lhey will let  a conlraet upon it.  The Freeh Oieek -''fiiiiipnny put their  train   in  operation   on   Tuesday   when i  they   started   out.   In   establish   supply!  (-.-imps. '   The  company   intend   to  get I  everything into woi king order as .toon  a> pi ism hie. * _    ,  ������,From Trout. Lake City.'  .    Ai omul the lake it. is the.palmv davs  *���������  of 'SJ2 and 'i).'J over again.    Boats, dug-,  out.-, and rails, anything that will Hoar.  a   man  and   his   blanket.-,   is  utilized.  -Men aii! working   from, morning until  - --night Building new boats, some of them  , '   would   itu-ii  a .-hiphuildcr given   with  envy.  An important, find was. made on the  Glacier iiioiinl.iiu, about t.vo mile's  from town;'hy IJniiiphrev and Bi-uii-  lier'. .The ore is galena ,i\id looks lo be  high 'grade. N"o assays have been  made, yet it. is already bonded to San-  don parties for $25,iK)0, it N said. ,  If the Horne-Paync (Jo. eairy out  their present programme it will'mean  lively times.    It is said   t.hey  intend to  Build a   wagon   roan ,to   the''\S-mile or  s-  ,    Gup Bridge, put  in  a. sawmill, Build a  concentrator, .wire rope tramway,  warehouses, and all necessary Buildings  in connection with mine and coneen-  tiatoi-.,  J. Campbell has left to buy another  I'liek train to be used between Tiout  Lake and Ferguson.     . .   ,'  S. Woods  will   burn a kiln  of  hiick"  for chimney   purposes.    Good clay can  he had near town.  The .sawmill i������ now well advanced  towards completion and it is expected  will he i tinning tho beginning of next  week. This is an event anxiously  looked forward to By everyone here, as  lumber is needed in' Trout Lake City  worse than anyt hing i-Ne.    ,  ,Kverv nook and corner of every  Building in the place is crammed with  people, and the lovvnsite jh dotted with  tents in every direction.  Messrs. .Jamieson. .Myers, Aikens of  "Winnipeg, and other new arrivals are  here, and on every >ide there are signs  of expansion^-iiid milling development.  Some new strikes are being made  neat the lake, oil lhe south sjde of the  town-die, only about I\ miles away.  There are now three more four-horse  (earns freight ing on the road.  Two more  ledges  have   heen  struck  on the same mountain as the Hamilton  ' ledge.  F. McOarty has opened  his hutchei's  shop here���������a great convenience for the  , town.  The mail service has reached a point  whore patience ceases to he a virtue.  It is the general opinion of all interested that it. would lie better to abandon  the post oflice here and Thomson's  Landing and lei us handle our own  mails. Willi daily Boats and stages a  daily mail could be secured at. a cost  that would be trifling eonipai-i I to the  benefits, that would an>e from it,', A  number of our citizens have written (o  Messrs. Fletcher. Bnslock ami the  post mast cr-gcn.-ral to I hat effect.  We have 'confidence in the minem!  resources of I he district as there i-=.-in  abundance of mineral about us and  claims are daily Being located close to  town. There are ot hoi- camps pi nliahly  as gotnl but we Believe that.' none of  t hem are any Better than old Illecillewaet, \\"e, however, have not found  all tlie woal(ht'yet and extend a hearty  welcome to'real prospector's or men  with means to develop um- claims.  Men,who like lo sit on the hotel platform Between meals need not apply  as (he vacancies are supplied at /present. !?  ���������Walter Scot (,'.!. P., has Bonded-'the  Silver Bow to eastern parties., Work  will begin sunn.  , Thetrail lo (he Goal. Cave is'heing  improved. This is a Xo. 1 claim, and  the,owners ate going 'lo work it this  year. '  ���������=r.Jack Newell is opening up the Silver  King with very good prospects.  The Blue Bell   is Being  winked hy a  gang ni'men with Ben Green in charge.  .P. I'eloisou is in charge of a gang of  men who   are   working   on   lhe' Fish  Creek 11 ji;|.  D. Wnolsey and Otto Abiding are  inspecting some Fish'' Creek claims  with a.vie.w lo their being opened up  by an American firm. ,    ,  ThiTtjIIadstdiie is to he opened up at  once.  'Mr. MeCormiek' and throe ,' other  prospectot-s went up the North Folk  of- the Illecillewaet. , down Downie  Creek a ml the Columbia, and returned  a few dayij ago. They saw no locality  that, held out. thi-tsauie inducements  j for piiispectiug as this parL of the  district.    '  D'Ait-y   Wood   of   Port   Dalhousio,  0 it..'lias just, staked two claims���������the  Ontario and'C.iinbi idge���������on the east.  Branch of I ho North Fork. He brought  in some fine specimens of grey copper  aud galena.  A biilcher shop is  now Being opened  he')-,'.. ' '     * ,  , During the month of��������� May the concentrator at Laurie ra.i 23 days and  treated .'$200 tons of' Lanark ore lurn-  ingoiit I.'IO tons of concentrates of a  gross  v.-ihio���������of , $:i3,()()iJ.    The   coneen-  1 rales v,ere ail shipped via Vancouver  to   Sa:i, Fraiioi-eo.    A' sliaft' is   to   be  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY. -  Happenings of  Interest Amongst its  Various Camps.  TKAII. CHEHK.  The Blacki-ock on Quartz Creek has  been Bonded by the. Hall Kxploi-ation  Co. of London, Fug., for $70,000, with  a cash payment of iji&UOO. Work will  begin at once."  The Last, Chance * claim on Quartz  Creek is reported very promising. c  Several new finds have recently been  made near Forty-Nine Creek.'  The ledge on Sunset No. 2 shows  t hive feet of solid ore.  A fine body of sulphide , ore. is in  sight on the Heather JJell on Sullivan  Creek.  There has heen a Big slump in O.K.  slock. A few weeks ago it was quoted  at 30 chills ,a share, and last, week in  Spokane ],00(.Tshaivs sold for 7 cents  per- share.    "  , The oie from the shaft of Juml.o No.  3 has given some big assays.  TO''REMOVE HERE.  i t  A Rumor to that Effect Respecting the  Vancouver Repaii^Shops.  ,    ,su)i;.\x.  The Montezuma Co., on the South  Fork, haslet a contract for a 300 foot  tunnel. They will .also puL in a c.in-  fimtrator.    '  TheBlue Bird, one of the oldest properties in the camp, is to he worked  again (his fall.  Two feet of solid'galena has Been  stiiuck in the .All-go tunnel, nearSandon.  Four leads-have. Been discovered on  the Queen Bess.     ri     '  An immense Body of high grade  galena has heen,found on the Galena  Farm claims. * ''  Splendid gold-hearing rock has Been  token out of the Violet on Lemon  Creek. ' ;>  A Big strike has Been made on the  Arlington, , The ore chute isvlhree feet  thick, carrying much native silver-. ���������  Amongst the numerous rumors regarding changes in contemplation By.,  the new C.P.R. management is one of  special interest 'o Revelstoke. it is  reported (hat the repair shops ;,| Vancouver-are.to Be removed hero and thai  this is to Be the repair point for the  whole Pacilic division. The rumor is not  without a basis of probability and may  have some foundation in fact, t hough  the Mail has Been unable, to verify it.  The numerous branches reached from'  hero makes this (he most central point  on the division and a suitable location  for repair'shops, etc. It maybe (rue  that the miiagoinoni, have 'already decided upon this change, and it is lo he  hoped they have.  there, will be. a large attendance to  celebrate this the actual dale of -the,  b'Otli anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne. Tf the weather  should Be unfavorable the .service will  bo held in the church.  ALMOST "PAST BELIEF.  Local and Personal Briefs.  La  and  Mink on the   Lanark   from   the"-lb()   to  the lOOIHu,  put in.'  it level and an electric hoist.  '    .A Sickle Full.    ,  11 never'rain*; But it pours' seems to  ,apply to I'atali Lies, as well 'as Cn- J<ho  weather. On Friday last, .-it Ai row-  head, Geo. Olson, stevedore, was  knocked overboard from the Nakusp  when loosening a cable. He was unconscious when lie struck the, lake and  was unable to grasp an,oar extended  to him. He sank suddenly But a short  distance a way I'i din a Boat sent to the  rescue. *  ,The sumo afternoon Keno Jack, an  old lime prospector, boa riled (he Kool-  on.iy al RoBsou and having taken  several drinks at the Bar suddenly dis-  appoaietl. The whole vessel , r.vv.is  searched But he could not he found and,  L-ie conclusion had to Be come In I hat  the unfortunate man had stumbled oil'  into the lake near Deer Park on lhe  Lower Aivuiv Lake. His proper nam.'  was John Bothei:.  ��������� The third fatality was at Revelstoke  and the victim one S. I). Shear.' a  Bridgenien who had Been o.i aspici-for  some time past. His Body was found  on Tuesday morning near the depot  lying face down and death had evidently occurred ,sortie consideraBle time  before. ILis actions had Been peculiar  for a short I inie Before death and all  the evidence as Lo I he nat urc and cause  of decease was heard at an irupiest the  same day and evening. . A u autopsy  was ordered per formed and the hotly  was hurled  Wcilnesdav.  _ OEXKHAl...  N.'lsnn    has    beaten    Rossland.  Kasloat lacfo.sso. <  '������ I i  Holdups occurro'd in Rossland on  Sunday last. '"��������� "  An allempt.is shortly to be loaded/  take a small sLe.-iiner up I ho Ifhmcan to  Mauser Lake.  The lowiisite of Ai-genta, al the head  ei." Kootenay Lako, has Boon purchased  and is (,o Bo pushed again.  There will be a jubilee lion fire on the  summit of'Rod Mountain   at Rossland.  S.   R.   Roid,   of   the Winnipeg   Xur-  l]~c.ster is collecting' a   display of Trail  .Clock ores  for  the   Winnipeg  exhibition.   ' . ,  Two hoiclkccpci-s, at Vmir, the new-  town in the. Salmon River country,  had, 'a serious shooting scrape last  week..  '   The well-known Jei������ey claim dispute  at Rossland has boon, sett led.,  The first .shipment of ore f,-om the  Ymir c.t'mp was made last Thursday.    ,  Thnher is getting scnivcin I he Trail  district.  Rapid progress is Being made ,on the  new Boat at Nakusp.  The   Springer'    Creek   road  may   '  Built after all.     ' '     '  Do.  Slocan River Road.  (jen.Siipt. Mar-polo, Chief Kngiucer  Cam hie, Sir pi. I )usch"iiay and ICiigtm-er  Pei-rv held a conference here the early  part of the vweek. The result o| their  mooting was (ho let ting of the Hist 10  miles of the Slocan River railway to  Messrs. ]>unpoiv and McVeigh. The  line is all surveyed and - coiisti net ion  will begin at once. The remaining 13  miles of the road will probably be let  this week and work Be starLod at Both  ends. Engineer Perry and Mr. Pou-  pore left Monday lor Slocan Citv.  Illecillewaet Camp News.  Though Illecillewaet has no " Boom "  she is here just tin'..same. We are  moving on. (hough (juicily, Bui you  will heal" from us yet. We have every  confidence in our camp and do not expect ' a lot of "ton'derl'eel" to come iu  and    be   -'bled!'   Jo   Binld    up  a.   town.  Still They Come.  Anothei I in jicm/rns notice in t]u.  Orphan Hoy matter was filed at the recording nflioe Revelstoke on Thm-sdav.  It. is issued nut of the Supreme Court,  of B. C. nt. Now Westminster with  Chas. JI. Oalhick plaintiff, and .1. W.  Raskins, (;. x. Davidson arid j|)(.  Or ph.-iu Buy Gold Mining Co. cited as  defendants. Il calls into ipn-stinii the  title of C NT. Davidson to the mineral  claim Orphan Boy. A somewhat  similar-* notice,, was recorded a short  time ago with D. G. Williams el al as  plnintilf.s,  Broke His Leg.  A nasty accident occurred to little  Charlie Dent yi'stoiday afternoon  about I p.m. He tried, it appears, Lo  get on a load of lumber Being hauled  by Will ABralianisoii But instead of  climbing up in the lear tackled it at  the side. II" missed his footing while  climbing and fell'between (he wheels  and was either rim over or gol jammed  in the spokes. It is not quite certain  what Oxactly occasioned the injury hut.  poor Charlie came out of R with a loft  collar bono and right thigh Bono broken  and a slight, contusion of the brain,  inquiry of the doctor attending the  c ise elicits the inl'oi-io-it ion, which Ihe  [Mi lie will bo glad to hear, that the  Bov will very likely recover and is  doing as-nicely as the severe naliim of  his injuries will allow. Fvor.v one hopes  to soon sec Charlie Dent otit again.  a now  ��������� R. Hovvsou it Co. is   buildiii  warehouse, near .Macdonald's.  Bum lie Urns, are building a warehouse on the smelter .spur-.  Cmnaplix tovvnsite has been surveyed and will soon bo. -in lhe. market.  Mrs. Yollanri and family accompanied by her sister- Mrs. May ami  eiiildien ariivod Saturday last. Mrs.  May will remain on a visit for si,niie,  l in io.  W. Cowan has instituted a now  street'bus set v iue which vvill run between tlie Victoiia Hotel and the  Klntiun every hour from S a.m. to 8 p.  in., except at noon and G p.m. Fare  five con is.  Cariboo City is to jie cleaied and its  .streets giaderl.  Father LeMay, the-pioneer Catholic  | riest of liosK'laud, di.-il Tuesday after  an'operation on hi.*i throat.  . Fr-erl Wrong went into Trout  for a trip on Wednesday.  TIiBVainous White sewing machines  for sale at Coursie.r's. . ,   *���������  Fred Sparling, of Ferguson, was in  town Monday and went back Wednesday.' '    - ' .  Jimmy Little, is able to be out again  and expects to,'get back to 'work next  week.  ' Hugh A. Brown, of the Union  'Hotel, went up to Ground Hog Basin  on Thursday. ,  J. C. Montgomery and party "of four  wont up to Keystone Mountain on  Friday morning.  The Government are, haying First  St.. cleared out near.the Union Hotel  as far as 8100 will go.  W. II. Viekeis returned from a trip  of inspection of the trail work in JJig  Bond yesterday. , ,,   '  The. 'hill in front of the new' C. P. It.  hotel is,to be terraced which vvill look  very pretty when set in glass.  Mrs. Jovvett has much inipiovuil her  hotel premises,at. Trout Like City and  is doing considerable business.  Miss Gi;ab,-iin'e, employed as dress-  maker" at Comsicrs soino time ago  passed through here. .Monday morning.  John,Abi-s-iltaiiison .and T. L. Haig  w(.nt'in'to Tiout Lake. City on '/rues-  day afternoon to stay for a week ��������� on  business matters.   *  . Jack Bennett's friends here'will be  glad to know that he has got the. offer  of the inland ltevpime sulci Customs  otlice at Kamloops. ,������  The, I������. C. Sugar Refinery have  about S00.sacks stored here now and  their local agent is Air. Rogers from  Vancouver.  Her. H. D. Mil iris now in charge  of the Presbyterian congregation here  and-will hereafter hold services twice  e.vorv Sabbath.  Almighty Voice is said to have cost  the Independent Order of Foresters no  less than "810,000' as many of his  victims belonged to that older.  At the Kainloops assizes this week,  Leitch pleaded guilty to rubbing the  ltyrt Steele mail and was-sentenced to  10 yeais imprisonment.  C. L. Allan, the wholesale boot, and  shoe man of Vancouver, has a prospectors hoot that is a -world healer.  See his ad. in the Mail.     ���������  A vyreck,of a couple of  freight   cats,  and    engine   occuircd    on   the   south  branch    Monday    through     aii-   open  switch.     The   engine   '"was   recovered  after some trouble.  John Hutchison vvill have everything in readiness, to open up next  week. lie will carry groceiies, feed  stulls, fruits, etc. Look- out for his  opening. *  Tom Downs has a start made on Lis  new residc'iee opposite the. brewery.  C. I!. .McLean is doing the work which  is a guarantee of a good job and  artistic design.  I'\ Ahoy, the pioneer druggist, will  stay right wit li the big follows. He  intends to run as ho has been <'oiiig a  neat, well slocked place of business  wheie you can obi,tin what voti want  al all hours.  See tiro card foi the Ladies of the.  Church of England "At-JIome" on  Wednesday evening, .) tine 2Hid. A  most enjoyable affair is expected1 and  it needs you there. Tickets are for  sale at $1 each.  The 1j. O. L. are to the front this  week with an 'ad. for their monster  demonstration on the J '2th of July.  This promises to be a big thing for the  town and will attract' many visitors.  Keep it going boys !  McDowell, Atkins it Watson, the  loading wholesale and iclail druggists  of Vancouver, expect to come in herewith a largo and complete stock of  drugs and open up a really first-class  drug store about July 1st.  On Sunday, June 20ih, there will be  Tlie corner between the cold storage  and Little's place is all blocked up and  new spurs are to be put in near  there.  Jack Sweeney went back to the  "Consolation" on Tuesday and will  .slay   with   the .proposition"  for    some  time.     We miss your-  kindly   greeting  ii .   " ������  Jack.  '.Mrs. Dent, on the occasion, of her  moving into (he new house, was on  Tuesday evening tie.-Ued'to a very  agreeable surprise party by her inanv  mends. ��������� (   ,.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  'church intend giving a' strawberry  festival (one of the good old style) as  soon as the berries can be obtained.  Loolc out'for it.  Cory    Menhinick    was      up      from  Larde.iu on Monday.     He says there's  a steady run', of   visitors   coming   into  Lardeau aud   numbers   of   prospectors  ,iu the hills.  The very 'latest report in raj 1 way  circles is thafOeo. McL. lirown has  been promoted and ' K. .). Coyle been  appointed district-passenger agent iu  his place.     Coyle is all right.  See the new ad: of the Kootenay  Lumber Co. this week.- The company  i.s doing a tremendous business and are,  loading cars as quickly as they can be  procured,, R. Tapping is the local  agent, see, him for him lie.*.  The Government, has issued a regulation iu connection with ,,customs  package's which i.s of interest. Hero-  afti r packages valued under 50 cents  will not be dutiable.-uul will be delivered by the post oflice.  W. A. Grifliths it Co!, druggists,* of  Vancouver, have arranged to rent a  place next'to Hutchison's new store.  The building will,start to go up right  away and their stock- wilbbe heie July  1st". Their representative was liore  this week.  '_. The 'reason Clio Gulden Era did not  compliment the Herald was probably  because it thought,-it, unnecessary and  that its trumpeter had not recently  ded. ' It was' not that it., considered  " praise'undeserved-is scandal 'in disguise," cortfiinly not.  REVELSTOKE LAND TITLES DISPUTE  ��������� SETTLED AT LAST.  i  i  Deputy Attorney-Geaeral Says all I  Want are the Maps, and Bostock  Writes They Have been Sent --Rer-  istration should now be Demanded.  Notice i.s drawn to Jim McMahon's  new ad. this week. He has got a new,  expert horse-shoer in from the East;  and imported new Ludlow waggon  gearings, t he 'first ever seen here. Sir.  McMahon is going to keep'right up  with the procession.  Kind ley it Co., of the Standard  Snap Works, Vancouver, want to introduce their soaps to Revelstoke  people and oiler as premiums a beautiful sewing machine every month. Ask  your local merchant to carry the soap,  and !^et a * chance on this lovely  machine.  J. A. Magus, Supt. of the. Kootenay  Lumber Co.'s mill at Comaplix, was in  town this week. He reports his outfit as doing a splendid' liusiiiess and  this is no wonder when the excellency  of the lumber is taken into consideration. Good articles are always the  best., .Mrs. Mageo. accompanied her  husband.  Mrs. II: N. Coursier i.s pleased to be  able to report, that the gross teceipts  of the recent Kindergarten entertainment were 807.20 ; the expenses,  81-1.7,0: and the nelt receipts, $S2.50.  The ladies' deserve, 'every upraise for  their enterprise and will now trv to  got a building fir the school. Miss  Martin is reported to be having groat  success with her juvenile scholars.  It seems, afteralL as-if the extreme  measure of refusing to pay lax.-s. to  which (he property owners of Revelstoke were reduced, will not be necessary as (he matter will Be fixed immediately, ft is indeed - lime it wer-e,  and if it is true, another old abuse will  have Been rectified, mainly By, Lhe persistent agitation kept up by, the people  here. The foundation for Believing in  a, scLllomont is Based on the. follnwiifif  coi i-espondence: ,  '      ���������     Allornov-Geneiars Oflice,  Victoria, II.C, May 22, '07.  Gentlemen, ��������� I   have   the   honor   to  acknowledge the receipt of your communication of tho Btth inst. enclosing:  (I) Dominion grant dated,11-th  April,  1801, to A." C. and'J.  A ,   of lots  1  and  2  block   17;   (2) Dominion   grant  dated June 25, 'ill,   to same  parties, of .  lot-l, block I;' (IB. $10 for  registration  fee.   "  ' ..' '      ������  On receipt, of a copy of'the map of  Revelstoke referred to in the grants,  which has been promised by the, Department (If the rnterior, Che Registrar-  will bo in a position to proceed .with  the'matter of registration. ' I enclose  for m,of application for registration  which should be'filled up and sent to  the Regis! rar at Victoria, to whom the.  patents and fees sent By you have Been  handed.    I ha ve the honor to be, etc.,  * AiiTiiuit G. Smith,'     ,. - .  ��������� Deputy Attor ney-GeneraL  From the fciogoing letter it would  appear, as slated by the MAli. last  week, all that is necessary for- registration is the receipt of the map of Revelstoke from Ottawa. The" letter was -  forwarded to Ottawa, and the following coni'miiuication from Mr. Bostock,-  M.P..  disposes  of the difficulty 'corii-'  ' * LI  plained of. So send in the deeds and'  evidences of titles without delay ������_nd .  have, them registered :  ~ Ottawa, June 2, "07. ���������'.'  Dear Sir, ���������It may interest you Ui  'know that 1- have to-day received a.  letter from'the Minister of the Interior  saying that two copies of the plan of'���������  Revolstoko tovyrisite and extensions  thereof wer-eysent to, the Deputy  Attorney-General of British Columbia  oii the 2nd of Juno, and the other documents in connection with this matter  .will he forwarded-shortly. I trust,  therefore, that the whole thing will be  settled satisfactorily before very long.  ���������Yours faithfully, 'irnwrrr Bostock.  The Deputy Attorney-General at-'  Victoria' says that the maps are '  all that (he Registrar requires/and Mr.  Rostock says these were forwarded  Juno 2nd. There seems, therefore, no  good reason to doubt the possibility of  registration, but. after waiting till these  years���������with all their hopes, fears and  disappointments���������tho people" must Be  excused if their senses are for a moment,  staggered. It seems too good to be.  (rue, hut most, probably ���������s, and the  Mail is glad, after (he years, of agita-  tafion in which it has taken an active,  part, lo be Iirst able to announce a  settlement of the local land ,, titles  difficulty.  The Public Health.  Big' Bend Mails.  Unglisii  hymns,  pro-  an open air service outside the  chinch at 7 o'clock. Sj eci.il  composed forithe occasion, vvil  v itlod-free, and   (ho   Rev elstuke J trass  The remonstrances of the Main upon  the delay in I he Rig Rend mails were  pruiiiptly taken up by Mr. Rostock who  uiinieili.-ilely enquired of the I'osl-  iilasler-Genei-al as lo the cause of delay  and obtained the following reply:  Ot lawn. Juno I, 'i)7.  My dear Mr. Rostock :  I have your letter of the 28th ullo.  enclosing a clipping from the "Kootenay .Mail " asking why the "Rig Rend  and Bevelstoke "'mail service has not  gone into operation. In reply I d,'^ to  say thai, 1 he matter is at present engaging the attention of the Depart.-*  uienl. Yoin s sincerely,  W.vi. Mi;i.ot;if.  Huwitt Rostock-, M.R.,  House of ('ominous, Ottawa.  This is not very satisfactory and Mr.  Muluck can be satisfied that the same  matter is also at present engaging t Inattention of .the people here doing  business in Rig Rend. It is much more  important lo hoar from Mr. Rostock  I hat lie does not understand why it is  this iiijil.icr has boon so long delayed  and that he vvill m.,. it goes through  now.  Mr. Rostock would also do well to  look into th" insufficiency in Trout  Lake anil Lardeau mails. With daily  Boa Is and I rains meet ing at Arrowhead  there should be siliely something iiioiV  than a weekly mail to Trout. Lake CitV  Tho. Proi'iitcc in its issue of Juno 5th  quotes at   full , length   Olive   Phillips  Wooley's   late  essay  on, the sanitary  condition   of  Revelstoke  which  deals  mainly with the  danger of  using  the  'running water-,of  the  Columbia, into  which sewage is put, for domestic purposes.   That lengthy  extract is given  to prove the correctness of Mr. Wolloy s  "diagnosis"' of the probable  effect on  the health of the place and to  account  for the  presence  of  the  few   cases  of  diphtheria which occurred recently.   It  would he a very correct deduction  but  for two things; first, the diphtheria did  not originate   locally   but   was   introduced by visitors; and secondly, a foot  note   to  .Mr,   Wolley's   report,   which  the I'ruriiicr overlooked, says;    "Since  lhe time of .Mr. Wolley's visit to  Rev-  olstoke   the   sanitary   conditions of a  part of  the  town   at  least   have  been  considerably improved. A puBlie water  supply, has   been   introduced   for (he  lower'   town   and   a   Medical     Health  Officer appointed." Revel.-toke isiuuch  iudcBtcd to Mr. Wolloy and the  Pruritic" for I heir SolicitudeaBout its health  but lhe next  time   they  call  attention  to it il might Be just as well to get the  facts correctly.    All the same it would  be no harm   lo  take a   hint  Troiii   the  JJroritier, so let everyone do all   he  or  she can lo make the sanitary condition  of  the town   the   Best  of any   of   the  interior-points.    This should  not  bo a  difficult maltei.  Band vvilj  attend.     I.i,"; is   hoped   that j a.iid, other -places in that seclJoi  Jim Pou pi we vvas heie Monday ami,  was silent as a ciain. All the wljjje  lie had the 1G mile ennttact on the  Slocan Riv-(.|- n.ad iu his pocket. *Ohj  Jim but you're,sly. He says his linn,  V. Gonelie ,v Co., of Nakusp, may ship.  to this njai ket, '   ���������  ���������*j9-jfrHT#R$jsSw'C^^ '���&���''���>���:���:-".,;:
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GEO.  H. SUCKLING,'Silverton, B.C. TILE KOOTENAY 'MArll  'l ^:vVJ J-j  *.������.  COLD STORAGE.  Revelstoke Now a Distributing" Point for  Government Creameries.  In addition to the information already given in the Mail on lhe cold  , storage system inaugurated hero By  the Dominion govoi nmonl (he following paitioul.u.s may Be of I'm ther Benefit and interest :  The Building at Jlevolsto1 o has a  capacity ol foul carloads and ariange-  iiienls are Being made with lhe CA'.li.  to give the >lorage privileges in transit  at tlnougb rates of ,1'ieiglil'. The  charges for storage are Used at 10 conks  per 100 IBs. on hnitei for one month or  less; on small packages the charge.-,  are fixed at ."> cents per package for the  same period. The rale' on >'ggs i- fj  ci'iilspcri-tisfcil' ai do/., p.-r uionlh or  J."> cents per Bairel.  Hutler  will   Be  s(.nl    through' lhe.- ���������  cold .-torage  looms   from   the  govern-  iiient creanioi ies in Iii" Tei ritorie- and  such Butter vvill Be for  -ale on application lo  A. W. Oiindiy,  Supl.  of' nil*!  storage al Hovel-toko : ti   ('ha-,. .V.iik-  e,r,   Supl.   of  oi.eamei ie-,   Calg.uy:   or  '    direct'  to   the   (.'otiunk-iouer  ol   A'gii-  eultuio.   Ottawa.       Civamei y    bullet-  will    he   sold   in 5 and   30-ho.x   lots   lo  , merchants at  wholesale  pi ice-, and iu  single ,packages  only  al   an    advance  , price.    Tho  depai liucut-  de.-iros   to do  all busine-s through   the  men-haul-in  thelocalitv. The Mipei,i'iie;idont of cold  storage at   Revel-toko will  not, act, >as  " salesman   or cou-ignoo  for <any good-1  except   Butter  from    the 'government  creameries;   but  he   vvill   furnish    all  lios.-ihle"   information'   lo-   intending  shippers and   hold   t In-" goods in   cold  , storage to then; older.    That   vvill   also  Be done at Oalg.u y.  It is expected thai ( Iiom'conveniences  for protecting perisbaBle goods vvill  lead to a gre;.:. development in Busi-  "'. *ness between the North-West fauns  and (lie mining ramp.-. The trade  ���������which has hitherto gone' by' way of  Spokane should ncrc.-ifiergo by way of  Revelsloko.   ' ' ,,  There has Been soish1 wa-te, at the  Il..vol-loke,waiehou-e through iufi" ior  ice, 'nut uo.vthat the in-.uhit ion of t h-'  hui'dimr i-lini-lu'd the ice supply vvill  Be -utlicient to lu-t till ! ho 'middle of  SeptouiBer. A-there in an abundant  supply of ice al the Cilg.u-y 'cold stm--  o age, and that i- the Be.-t building vve-t  of Montreal, any butter or eggs 'from  the Tor ritori--.- lo Beheld more than  l.vvo'weeks .should Be .stored at Calgary  ' for, thi- .-oaso::..   VANCOUVER,' B.C.  vested it from t he , i-arlh -t   times with     T      a      Mnp tTn-plq no      V C C  animpoilaneesneb   as  nekber   Sikily.jJ-   A-    &<&? & ^ilS,     ?-^;  ' , 1 I (  Sardinia   nor t'vpi u>. allliounh   much r       i j   M:n:nn   P-.frtponr)  lar,., in area, ever attained. While | ASSfe^l' dliQ Itlifflflg EiiglReeP,  forming in preiii-torie tiiiies.-i-tep;)ing (j22 UAr-TIXGS ST  stone for, ligyptian and Asiatic eiviii: i-  l.ion in il;> progress inwards, the -hor-"-  iifdr.'iM-c. Oiete remained throughout  antiquity .-ingularlv fiee from any  close political connection with Kyvptl'  A-ia oi flrooec. This in-iil.u i'.y is to  tbi-'day one o'f the m-irke.l ihai.utii-  istie- of the Ci-'t-m people, and vvith-  oht .iccoj-ling the view thrit. 1 hey .ire  Ihe m:r -st descend inl> extant of th-  II dl.'lie- of the eight century, B.C.'.. v. e  uiii-t regard (Ik-iii ni.vertliele->s ,-is one  of the mo-t interest ing brariche.s of lhe  (.Book i.ice. ��������� Unfoi Innately, the  gravest defects of the ancient (keek  character weie now heie so jironounci d  as in ("rot", and we aie told thai it-  bi.-loi'V (liroiigbout auliiiuily wa-one  continuous chain oi civil -I rife, earned  on vv,ilh a *-,iv.igerres-- and Billet tie.--ol  of aniuio.-ily exceeding ail that vv.-t.-'  known in lhe Test of (in etc. This  political deprav iiy wa-. attended 'by  such a degeneracy of moral-a-to lender The   name  of "Cretan" a -ynonym  for     nearly    o.-iry     vice.-- lk'inol i in-  K.tlopothako.- in (.'eiiturr.      ���������  All ass.-n-aud anahlic.il vvotk done in  duplicate  with  Scrupulous ������;rsojial care and JispatcB.  u'-.'il-Um    ,  o<   .,       NOTICE.  rpli.vi' ilie 1 in;'-n.-,i in tin- I.'tl'.' J".."- >���������'������������������ '  1     (!!.oni fiiu.u.'rt mi lrrt'ii>;li ("iv. 1 . J   d'u'1!.  ���������n 1 own"! by .\llbin   llnwcn' of 'i a  nil-.'    .     '  " lie sr,!d lij piiljlic ii'jcun.i aL ll.e Com I 11..,    ��������� , i  !;   ' rl-iokc. Ilie -iaii il.-v (i!   .Iiule, ..;  Iii (ik  '��������� >������  n,. mi, in juiy ii--<-ssuic.iu(lno .tiii.urn.  'U  iu-tl'^  c, si iii'a.lsei'.i-iii-^auil cxjil-iisi , of - ..l-  Uv oilier. ,  (il S l,l"N 11, Man.e^. r.  ll.ilcd tit  l!evf!-ljl*e  11 il���������  !"-.-i  Hi.v ei Mi',  l.'.i.-. , -J 'I  I:  Notice 'to Joint Slock Companies.  r-nil!'- fo'li'ivviug -eel ion. mini Bored KB,  5      ol the ���������'t'o'inpauios.'Act, KS'T."' re-  la1 ive   to   the  is-ue of a  free  miner's  '���������Thinks Cariboo Creek an ElJoraio.  C. C. Woodhou-o.   w!io   has  ju-t   re-  tui'nod to Ros-l.-md from a trip I'.u-otigli  lhe ih.-triet. h:..- the follotving to s,iy oi  Cariboo Clock to a   Miner   i epro-oiitn-  , tiyo :��������� j  ���������"The Silvei Queen filming company'.-  Itmuel on it- t aiiboo kreck  properly,"  1 - *  *.  said Mr. Woodhouse. " i-   lxi.it;   holed  in solid ore. The gold Belt. -I ruck last  ' fall at the head water- of Co i Boo Crock,  litis been found on-ll.e ea-l sl.io, of  Slocan I^ako. about (ive mile- south of  Silverton. Hilvanite ���������i- there found  as.s.iyitig yS.O!)) per ton in'gold. Things  look'very thiitty about Slocen Lake.,  "The govei ninent���������h.i.s a])p'iopi iated  ���������$l,.")00 toward- building-a wagon load  up (JaiiBoo Crook to Blue ���������Grouse  C.iii.vou fiom liuiton Ciiy on the Columbia. This with the t^ial) subscribed  l.v lhe prospectors and mine owners  ������ w ill Build a good load. Hug in cor Swan,  of Ho���������land., vvill -urvey the im.u! in  i he iioarfutui e, and Gok! CJoiiuni���������ionor  ** '(ji-iihain, of Hev< l-lnl.o. a ill comedov. n  .-mil let contiact- for the road iu  ^oclions. Cai ibou Creek b.-i-iii'vv ill l.e  ,-iu ICIdorado lor the ' pro-poet or.- this  summer. A.-', soon us good sleighing  begins next fall there vvill Boa numhor  ��������� of good -hippei'.s from Cariboo Cret k  Jia-in."  Testing-   Biillel-ProoC  Cloth.  '������������������  With lhe dead body of a woman foi  i\ target, the I ullel-prool i huh invented By Casimii Zeylen, of tilt- clui������loiod  Brother Older of the Iie.-lll I eel ionist s.  was to-led la.-i J'riday, .lime I. at 1 he  Chicago College of Dental Surgei y in  1 he pie-cnco of a iiiiuibor of piofe-sor-,  ai-niy "Bicor-and citizens intoio-lod in  the -i ience ol bodily ;u uior. _ The lost  was (onducled under the .-uperv i-ioii  of Lieu!. Slani-laus de Korwin Sai ecki  of lhe Au-ti'i.in army. A I l-e.ilibi'o  revolver was fir-t, put into pracliee.  after tin; upper post ion "of life body  had been enca-ed in Ihe allegid ini-  pelietrablo cloth. Thirty shots failed  (ii'pieioo lhe cloth, filed al a distance  of fiom thee to lifiocii pace. A BS-  calibio rovolvor was iheii bioughl into  use and a rep: oseiil,iii\o oi the inveii-  (oi deiiioii-lialed il vv.ls iinpo-i-ilih-lo  puucfui e I ho ' (exluie vv ilh -rich ;.  weapon. While lb>' clolh, -or outer  poition of the ainior. had Bt o.i disfigured but slightly, "xaiiiiiialion Liter  By IB'. Holland lovoaled the |,!( l that  I,wo of I he l ibs on lhe i igbl side of I he  woman'- Bodj had In i n '.-h.il Icred l.v  the lor ce of I Be bullet- coining inioll-  lacl vv il h I be Bnllel-| u no I el. th. A- ido  from hi lllse- on the pails ol lhej,i)d'.  wil h vv bicli the bulh'l- i .m.c pi dii e( I  i olil.icl. thoie vva- no ii.drr.ilioii that  ( hey had been   ilii ei I ed .,e inisl it.  Crete and its .'..divi's.  y ,   The 'peculiarly   lavi,ira!>!o   po^ihou of  k l.lie.i.slatid, silnaled  at    I lie . j'uiiel iiinkf  ��������� ' ,1 hree eon ii I ien Is. as   .it ������������������ We'V, and colli-,  l'n,'iiidiiig t ho t-o.-isl Ml" .-til   throe, ha- tn-"  Tho Portal Roport.  , The annual re| ot-l of the Po-t Oflice  I)"p,iilmont for IMI.V'B h.i- been  brought down. From I lie repo'l t of  Deputy FosCina-tor-Geuoral White il  ,>p[icaislh.i; on ! 0th June i.-i-f, thoie  were !),1'J.'? pn-t odii.-es in t bf Dominion,  of which 1.(110 were in the/province ol  QifoBec. The to'lnl nuniBer (if lelleis  cai'iied is given .is 1 l(l,02;i,i'i!!', po-l  cards,,21,701,S'lO; legi-terod letter--, $,-  .k'i.")..^)!): free id tern. I,80S,SB0; li-aii-ient  uowsp.-ipor-. periodical-, etc.,' 131.021,-  00!); printers' copy, photograph-, etc,  2,:i.">'2.000; package'-!, fifth das, matter,  '],:J2l),7()0; parcel po--l, 321,7i)f); lio-ed  'parcels for ijuii'*d ,Kiligdoui and other  eountiii-, 22,0 ;'J. During the year 318  addiliorr.il miles of railway mail sorv ices  wore established. Tho average daily  railway mail service vvak I'btilX5 miles-,-  an increaso of 2l)ij; the value of th"  i-sue nl po,(age stamps was $:!,771V'iO:-i,  an ineiease of i-n." I.I.IS. The net  revenue n| lhe pilst, ollice was ;>2,U>I.-  0:i, an increase i'l>l 71,221.  The Meaning Of It.  Tbf di-t'.ince from Lot BBridge to Nelson, a- t be Crow's Nest P.t-s load will  have to Ie built, is uBout, S(J0 miles.  The goveruni'eiit stibsidy'tilono for this  v'voik i-fj5lI,(K)f) per 'mile, or $:-J,b'00,(JC0  aBogotbor. ' The entile cost- of t he  l-o.id vvillpriibiiBly be ;-:23,U.V) per mile,  in- ijil !,0;)d per inile nroii- Iba'i'tb.o gov-  eriiineut -uh-idy, or .$l,2:/B,00(> nun o in  the aggt-eg.ile, of  $7,."jOO,f'()t)'.l llogel her.  The Doininioii govoriiineut. offei- a  subsidy of !;iS,()00 per mile for'the 200  mile.-of road Mr. ilein/.e is lo Build  bofveen Ihe ; Cobunbia Hiv-or' and  )\-nlieton, or !j;l,()li0,()00 foi- Ihe er.tiio  line. The piovmcial govoininonl of  Ijrilisb (JnhuuBia vv iii -uive a cash  suB-itly ol ij; 1,000 per mile lor the 100  miles between iVnliclon and Ik-und n v  Clock. This would auioui,I Io $ 100.00!',  v'vhicii. added lo t he Dominion sub-iily,  woiili! make$2,0',0.0k). Tlieachlition.il,  eo-l ol the ' road would probably  aniounl, to s;2,0'0.1,0'). making the  ciil ii ���������! co-t $!,0(J0.U,0. This m,u, added  to th" w bole oo-t of the Crow'.- Ne-t j  Pas- line would make a grand ,ig |  giegat-of!r,Il,.V'.0,()00.-Ro.-land.1.//an-    [jOIS jn  .Lh,"s  COmin<>"    tOWIl    arc  erl ,fic .to i- puM'shed for I lie'infoi'u'o-  i'kn' of .1 (J!XT"STi k'lv   COM PAN I l->i.  JA.MKS HAKKH,  Mi ���������cJer of Mtticf.  /'rnriticittl k'ccrtfiirifi Office,  ,1/Jh Mhjj, isur.  1(11. Xotv. itts'iuiiliiiKiiiiv oiin-^ lo Ilie criiilr.i l.v  in -ccl.rtu ( of i lie " J.incral .\<l. ISiH*''or sco-  liim lot the-'l'l icev Mining .\tt, 1 ill," or clsy-  K-lic-re in (lit) s.iid -Vet ��������� oi oliai-ll.o imni'iij lav -  of I Ik, I'n.v'iiC'-, r.o live ltiiiici's eel I'litvio shall  lie issued to .i .'o'lit Slock C'ui:jp-mj- for ������������������. loutfoi-  pui-io.t tli.tii line >��������� .u". .u.il sitc-li certillc.tc shall  (tine from tlio :i it ti day ol .Irne in ' ichjeai't  and evesy live miner's certillt-ate I.old hy a  .lu-.tit .atocU ('niniMi.vat 1'ic psi-^.nq: of l.lu-Ael  ���������liiill ho v .oiil ,uh1 i-M-niu lin'il and shall onjui-c  On llu-:!'llh day if ���������! i.ne, Is!J7. Upon npiil.v ins  lo ienow am ���������-,!.;'. i-.-rtillwu; on or uuloru said  :>Hli day ol .Itiiii'. I lie .liiinl, Hloilc (iiiiip,ni\  sli.ill bfc'iith', d lo a ivl.au.' of a proii'jiLiim,.'.^  .inuiiiiil ofa'loe |M'il for .i ciTlii'liMlf IioivKjIo c  ,.s~ucd iict-ordiriij to ilie liii'tlifi' tune fin- vvh.-.li  il would but for t Iii--eel ion 1 nvo been v.t'i'i.  ,1 It, ' o  ALL KINDS OF  LIMITED LIABILITY.     '  ^OOMAPLIX, B.O.^___  ���������   ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.  At the Comijany's Store i.s c;irried a I;ull Stock of^General  Merchandise :    Miners' Supplies and OuifiLs at close'rates.  P.O.   AllHOWIIICAl).  j'iCIJCOl'.AI'H Tf) COM.M'I-IX.  The Company's S.S. " LARDEAU " oniinei ts with all (J.P.It. train- and .-lo.iiiu-i-, ami make.- daily  trip-bet ween An o-.vbe.-ul and Comapliv anil Thomson's Landing. C'oniuuniieal ion i-lhu-i .taBh-h.-d with  all points iu the Lardeiu, Trout. Lake and V\-\\ (Jreek disti id-.     r    i '  The Company's tug "ARCHER" is ready to enter into towing and fi eight ing i olit r.ict.--.      0  The Townsite of CCMAPLiX in being surveyed and vvill shortly be placed mi lhe in.iiket,    Cninapiix  i- the out Btling point and headquarter- for the La'nlenu and Ki-h Cteek di-lrielr, now  Being opciu d up.     It  .occtipio- a Be.-i bt ifu! .situation, high aud dry, on the N.rk arm of Upper An ow Lake, eight mile-  fiom   Ar-,  rowhead.    Deep water for ve���������������������������el-, till I he year round.    (Jood hotel accoiiuiiodation.  . , ,. R. TAPPING, Agent for Revelstoke.  KAMLOOPS/B.C. :   ,  ,CATOH OZnT  To a good tiling when you,get  3  T" ~"irri  as.  t������,"I JT"1 i  ISesl of everything' going".  RUSSELL   &.   HEROD,   Prop's.  IMPERIAL   BASK  OF  OAMDA.  Capital Authorized,    :��������� S2,000,000  Capital Paid-up",  -   -   -      1,9CC,GO0  ' Rest, -------       1,156,800  Mining Engineer and 'Metallurgist '  -REVELSTOKE AND/GOLDEN B.C.���������  T ' , , ' II , ,  Assavs on' Bold and Silver. -   ,      ���������  i>  ���������' Analysis of AH Hotels Made a!" lowssl pates.  Proinjit   and   \WreoL   JiQsultS   (bi.uauteed.     J'ejiia ts m tde on piojua lie.-',  etc.    (live me a call." ,  , ���������  OlXlJSCTOIlo:  S2. 3.' KOvVLANU.    '  ���������  Presluoiit.  T. R. i,IEK.H,XTT.   A-     -     .Vica-Prcsids:'.}  V/illtsu K.a:nsay. HagliRy^^. Setiorr  J.affray.   T. Sv.ticrliiid Stayncr.  Head Office,    -������   -    TORONTO.  D.  R. W1LKIE, Cener'til Manager.  'Establish Yourself in  BHASVIIGS IX OA'TA RIO:  Ks-u\, Kei-fpi-, U.vll. Iii'-'or-ull, N"i.i;,r,iv:l I'.i'.l-,  I'ni't ('i.tborne. I.'.il i' .'t.t'CC. -St. e.uim-iac-.  , !-;,uill. fSlu. Millie, St. i'limn.i-, WulUwl,  Vt'ooilsliiuk,  rpAi \  3       il  rixJ^J  LAKE.   '  ' CITY.  <���������   Bit !Ti SI I COLUMBIA :     ���������  Viuicoiiv-or.       -   '  -        -        -    ,    Ilovulstokc.  < '_  '       o  .     r AOE\rs���������  1-ONiiON. Ksfi* ]J1<)^il"- linn'i, Ltd.   Ni:w Youi-',  linnkof AIuntrc.il.  A geacrai "D-xtiTriac? business {raisr.otcd.  iSoiscis and ae"o on tnrcs ii otiget; iind sold.  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.  The fast growing centre, of'North  AND  jUU  rflulMO   LIW  'nit':  Iron Pyrites.  fi-on pyiilo- i.s a s,d|)liido of iion  eont.iinin;? 10.07 per cent iron and ."AoH  .sulphur. Coi'iper pyrite- you tan cut  or --ci.ilch vviili a knife, Lui not -o  iion pyrite.-. Pyrile.-ali'o;-d tic ureatoi  p.-utol' the snlp'lwile ol' iron i^reon  vil riol or copperas), al-o siilpinir c acid^  ( iii of villi >l), al-o .-nl; hui- and alum.  Owing to its lendeni y lo oxidation and  eoi'.imoii di-ti iliulii.ii in I lit- ri'ik-, il i-  0"0 of I he i hi. f Millk'i'h ol' their (lis-  iiiti;^!.ilion. h is a had eleni.'nt. theii-  I'oi'o, in liuililiii^; -I.uie. "J'he common  "float" or Mi-ly lioueyi oniliod pi-sin  iir ulnvniii on !in' nun in], ol mii.u.'il  vein-is d.'i-ivi d from tin- oxidation ol  thi-pyrite, uhiih vvill ov cni i.-dly he  i'otind deeper down in it- iilioxidi,'".1  -late. Ii'il cju'.lain- gold llieimld v il  he found fvn' intimately eut.'lop.d  and i onl.-iiued in I h ��������� unoxidized pyi ito.  .Mai i lo-iio or white in-n |.vkl. - i- a  variety of iion pvnie. Il is lil.e pyriie  ii i o.nposil io'i hut oi I lu-i hoin! ie ill  ci-ysl,illine.s|i,i|'o nnd a little p.il.-r in  oolo;- t hau oi diuai y iron pv i lie.  I'yi rliol il e or m.i ;liei ie pviil.-- k ;\ .  ot her iron -u phi le. li . t ry-i .ill!/, itio.i  i-hex,i,L;oiial m t ;i liul.tr ��������� is-- -uled pi i-ill-,  also iii-issive.Jt- color i- hervv .-e-i liron/ ���������  yellow and (upper led: s|.c:ik. m-eyi-li  IdacL. lis le-*s haidlie���������.-It'll inatil elic  ipialily disiiiimii-h ii lioin iion pviili  and its | ale Colo;- lioni copper jiyiite,  11 is ol'l eu a V alllaliie di e ol id' ki 1 coll'  tail.ill'^ '���������> to .") p.'C i '-I'I of (111- mi l.-d.  Pi of. Arthur Lake-.  now to be had, cheap,  but will  rise in price before long. ,  Apply to  T.L HAIG,  G-eneral Agent,  revelstoke; b. g.  Or to       / ���������  Hugh Mcpherson,  Resident' Agent,  .    Trout Lake City. B.C.  Sia'tOiiieiii of i-\'iie!t.l Finances.  .1,1  'i'lie   l< i il   1 e\ , ui.e     tor    the    c!e, i n  moiU 11 , ' I  I !l" oui l cut via.    I mi .I'll- lo  .-LU.a.'if. il'."i. i.i.np.ueil   With   .^:-2.;'VJ,(/'()  ,���������1    |-   ii.    Tlie   e\| , :.-lil, ,  ���������    ha-    I eei  !IJ'I." !'.' ' i! on   i oi -i kii.. I. d   ni i i anil as  l-������ Mil J  .11. ������l     V.llll     SY���������'lli,    ���������    I     I'-'.       V..O  I'he in, li-a-c el    la I d.-l-l  h .- h. * i. o- 1,  , . i-     i       i  v  iki.sklk'li'lM. "SI .'  ^-������    ^"!l"     ���������l,'fl     >-"������������'������"'.     Ln-laud  ii    fair   a:Ti'l   s..|Ua.ro,   m.-noi lineiil  .    NOTICE.  VO'J'H'K I-' II:-,Iit:iiV (fiVKN' Ili.il wo Ilie  kN liinkr-i^ir il nili-nil i::l.-. il.o - .illi r (Lite  1 in iiiiil;- iijiiil.. Alum I" Ilie Clue! Cuiiiiiii-sii.iii'r  ..f I-ui't- anil '.'.'.irk fur in i iii:-.-iiiii !���������> p'o-i !i.i-c  i,ll'.' Incirt' nl .ili.l -1 l> .u-ii- ul liin-l -ililiite'l  ..I.iiiil uu'hl mill-i:;u K-.'k l.iis.'.vn ie. Ilnll-vv.iy  Civ k en 111*.' i.i-l siinre nf C|.]n r Arr.ni l.ake.  W.-I !C ml ell iv, . iiiiiii'in aU "I l"'-l iil.iiUeil  In'l il I'o-I. !���������:. .Vila'." A. Cl.iik, s'liilli-wiisl  mi---., l-.niiin,; I ' <-l .i.������- inn 111. Ili< nee In .-liiiin-  C.I-.1. Il'i-ne. H1 ciiiiin- -on:It. tin-nee I I eliiiui-  itkt ie |i\i"C tn' eeiiiiui'Il  oni'Jiil.  A. i-'L\\::<'.'  o 2!.i -it:. i:'i  GASH FOB RAW FURS  i. *  r,   \V   |;.\ kiiWI N. K imloo|is, li.C.  ..��������� ii --i-ni inn .L-enli I'II in inn, Si. I'.mi I  ..!>! '>.-���������'J ' Oill| ,i! 1  ll  lie , ('aii.-uliii n .".loaii'i   vv.ni ; I lie   pi'U'e,  i<��������� i-  ii.-ivoiii-; i  ,,l      ! he    tliilill'l V  'tiairiiiiimriit :il  Li'iuilin.. I-.M-4-  .'lV'O:  and aiio'.'."s full .yaltu! for ';all kinds iif  i.'ivv fins. S!ii;.incut's s.i.!ii-ite(|. I'roinj.l  ���������reluni.-. a-;:-!ii ed;  ,      ��������� ' ���������' , ' ���������.  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  To all Points   Hast and  West.  THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver, Winnipeg, St. Paul,   Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, New York.  Firsl-c/ass dining,aud sleefling'  cars on all trains.  Through TouYisl car-In St. Paul daily, anil In  'I'lii-oiit'i oM'i'.v Miiniliiv, unit iMi.nlreal mill  Huston every Kriilay.  I'uruh.isu lick-els to yinii- (lostin.uion  and  have  your h.iKKiific eiKcl-cd llu-mitch.,  lie - Canadian - Pacific  Steamship Co.'s  STBAM33R  NAKUS?  I,(>ii\ \itow1k ml evt'i'v  Aloiid.iy. Wed ni -da J,  and friday for all J.iaili in Knnteii.i.v.  makiir-' c'liin-elKili al N,i!ois|i I or a II point-  on Nitkiis]i mi.I SI i.'.ei i.'j. and Sloeiui Lakt.  Clo-e I'olinei linn nl liohi'jii for Ncl-ini, Kit-lu,  llall'oiii'. I'llol I .ij.  Closuuiiiiiici-liiiii ul Trail lor [{<���������-sl.imi. No'lh  |ji>> l and nil point- -mil li.  Km- lull liif'ii-iiMtiuii. hukil^, iniiji-, dr.. .all  on or mill t > --  J. T. DRADSHAW,  A(,'l'lll,  liUVl'l-liike.  Ol- lo  II. M,\eC|{K(!()!f. <MmI. JlcL. lll.'OWN..  'Ir.iv. 1'..-.. AkimiI.. illM   fie.-. Ah'eiil.  Ni'l-iin, I!.C. Vim ���������'Oliver, 15.C.  Columbia & .Western Ry.  Time Table ..'o. I.    'I'd lake eiiei I  l-'i 1). :t. I-If.  I.ASl I.II. Ml.  Dnilj ( \ecpl Siiii.l.i.v.  No. !! jiii-i imer li at es l!o- .'in il    -   -   7.00 ii.m.  ,\i--im ,,H  Ti.ul h'l'H ���������'���������''!.  No. I i,a--i lij.'. r leiivi - lio-s'aiii!    -   -   lil'ili.n.  Aiiim' .il 'Iiiiil I.|!' I'-i'i-  U ;    I l-.ni Mi.  D.ol.t e\( ( |il -M*n l,'\.  'oi  :', ,..i    ��������� i,; , >   li iv'     'i net   -   -   -   ^ la n m.  A.im - in     <   -' uid    "   -        '    '    ",:"'1 ���������' '"���������  v.o. I n.i-s n,-i rli n\' ���������  .'..nl     -     -    -    ''if' pan  Ami' -  ai   I."   - ���������".'! * "' I1 "'���������  I i i.i,. i ti> i' nl   la ���������'. i.il   vt ,l!i   t.a'ns  in an i  Iroiii .-.piii.iiie-.   .    ������������������ ��������� , ���������     .  '   ,i 'uriiect.i.iii- iniid.-'U'ilii nil Ihiii.I:m nri-i vii:;; in-at  .U.-|iii|-lin*; if. iii 'i'l'iiil. '.   '     .  (:,'ii.-i-nl(Hil;-i.ic '  I''. I'. CL'TKLIC.-'.  Tiiiii, H. (,'.. (ji-neral .-_-ni L.  BUY LOTS AT OMCE  If jo\i intend to purchase, as "your  field of choice diminishes' daily.   ,  For Lots Apply to  "WW  T L  K^.<r^  frag        0\       t     r-l    ies.li  Sole Asrent:  ^-jrTtfgaacsBqigaaLfcoca  inMurnik.'j3Kxni>un  ABSOLUTELY FPt.EE ! !  bltflltJ   HlV.'Al    illb.iii'a-'i  A- a premium lo ii-iT- of our   ,^c^ SOAPS.  IicluriilliOioupons.il the end of o.-icli  iiioul!' ;iiid stand ;i chain e of v. im, li ;  thi- lie.-iiil ii al mat hi:*,e.  Each   25o.  B:u*   ont I tics  you to cue cc"ino:i.  Any of our v;t:<> i . h.ar.ds fnuiu  in iLi ; ciiiiij'.' f'liun.    ,' v  No belter SOAP o i the mr.rkrA,  ,v  1  --^ *-7  r*  ;y  ^    ^ -KJ-  ���������*?.  I   1  .^-v  '���������*������������������  ***  FIND.LEY.-& CO.,   STA.NQARD   SOAP,.,WORKS,  .     ;*   '    ,133..Hastings St., \'.\NA.0UVKR. 1J,C, . y      ir  *z  ^^^^^^^^^^^m^m^wm&^^mmm^m^m^m^^^^^^^m. \       ���������   X   -  l        -'-  &  3 li-.'j xy\)\) \ r^s y \   m\ 1 L.  j. Kootenay Lodg-e I  ���������A *   No. 15A.F. & A.M. I  *        ,       ~ ��������� .     '  *    Tim' regular incc-t ui?  nre lic-lil in tin- Jin-- ,  (ini.-Tciniile.Uiiiii-iH-"--  "CSk^^fc^^ Mat!.' on   Ihe   Hiinl ,���������  -Sigisv vjS5=^ Jl ondiiy    in    each:  r^S I.'IOlltll    nt     S    ]>.   in.   I  Vi-ii'ni;   br.c't ln-eii I  cordinlly wuicoimd.    !  JI. 'I-:. SM VTIIK. Si:ci:i.-i*.m(v.     j  REVELSTOIvE LODGE, I. O. O. F.. IJo. 25. I  IJyj^al.-u- iii"L'l,in^Siire held  i  S-^X-NSSS^'n^'T'oirs.l.iy  iiurhl   .11   citfiil   i  y^f^iJzA^X'.   in Ol.lfelloit-s' Hall t-tcij  E-s*l-C'.,^=3S������-.n5S������'Tioirs.l,iy  mtfhi   at   ci^iil  ^^y-liySi^T'-1 oulo.-k.   VisitiiiL' lii-.illn.-r-  ���������     ���������   -'       -   -   J      ordiiilly welcomed.  ->K' n-S>"l',eii-s,!,iv  infill   al  ^J^^5 ������������������'-'--'-     ": '��������� = ���������������������������-  J. A. .STONK. X.(i. T. .1. ISKAIIA.1I,, S.:c.  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1C58.  Itcitul.-u* iiii-ciinj,'-, arc held in  thu Odd l-'cllotts' II.lII on the  s"i-oiid .-ml fonrlh Wednc.-day'-  of cayli mt nit li at 7:IMl 0. in.  Vlsiiiujj brethren are cnrdially  invited.  K. AIlAIK.   , T. .1. (ili.MIAM.  W'.Jl. lice. Secy.  --   KSTABklSlIPJU 1������!2 ���������  WEILER BROS.,  ���������   VICTORIA. li.C.  lClr) Complete Hoasa PiiiTiishings  Largest   stock   west   of 'Toronto.  Write to   us   for  Prices   and   Illustrations.  ������org.  .      -BORN.  Woojw   -At  Hevektoko, Sundav, ���������June  '    -      6lh.' the wife of Hev. .J. A* Wood  .'   ^  of ;i sou.  KqiiiNSON ���������At   J'tevelstoke,    Monday,  June 7, tlie wife   of   |{. Pioljinso'n  of a son. ���������  MARRIED.  jUi{A.xKijiv--I'.isiioi'��������� At, Kevol.stoke,  ,   .June 11th, hy  the   Hev.'P. Ford,  Win.' Jji-iinklev, of K.-islo,   to    Lil-  lii'ni Hisliop, t){ (loldcu, n.C.  ..LOCAITAND PERSONAL BRIEFS  T. Ii. HAIG-,  NOTARY' PUBLIC   -   -   RLYLLSTOKL,  B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Com-  V   '    ,    '      e       mission Agent.  . FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  "Windows,   Mouldings,    Casings, ���������   Newel        i   ' a t  /Posts,   Balusters,   Stair   Rail,"      ���������   '  JL  1  SU  REVELSTOKE  ���������9 STATION,   B.C.  ���������, _      Representative of the Kootenay'Smelting & Trading Syndicate.  AOKXT FOR TKOUT LAKK CITY   I-IVA NSPOliT. KASLO ������t NAKUSP  TH  fmj\im JR  \\. Marpdle, superintendent., was   in  town iMondav.  Yl>r   ^inspectors'   picks   ,^u' to pJas.  ^Ie.Malion. ,   *   <V  ���������    There's'  it    new   mixologist f;tt   tlie  Central.      <��������� '  JJilly   Fleming    went   to   Fer-jitson  yesterday.  ',   Ed. Pio.irdj.is putting up a   building  tm Douglas .Street.  Ladies' and children's   cool   summer  underwear at. Cotirsier's.. +  The Downie Creek ferry is   running  under <t full head of steam now.  Geo. J. Atkins and .Mr. Gnoi nesoy  Avent up to Fiench Creek Tuesday. ,  Tom J^.-itn"h.-ts.moved his   old*  lmu.se  .and painted up the new one.  ,,  .Sandy .McHiie went/up   to Mllecillo-  ���������vvitet Tuesday morning...  Tt vvill soon lie. Chinatown on Front,  ;3troet if any more China houses go up..,  .Montgomery's little gii I "gut up   and  (  ..around  on ' Wednesday   for   the   fust  time.  Miss iS wan ton left, for a \isit, to "the  coast, tlii.s week and'will he away some  time."    i '   *  fRov. Father Peytavin vvill celebrate  ���������niiiss in the Catholic church 10:30 a.m.  to-morrow.  W. Cowiin h.-ts moved the  telephone  '  wires from the river hank  side   of   the  mad to the other. ' ,  The Fieneh Cieek Co.'s p.-ick tiain.  in charge of Johnny Nelson, went out  Tuesday morning.  * The new quarters for the fhnperial  Jiank are rapidly jjiogiossing and loolc  -verv- vvel! indeed.  A. W. fMc-lnto.sh and Hairy  fMonis  ���������went    back', yesterday    to    Keystone  ivlac. lias got in three new pack' horses  jinrl vvill do My own packing.  The    strawberry    festival     by     the j  Jadies of the .Methodist church vvill   be'j  given on' Wednesday   next,   the   1 Ot li \ NELSON  inst,., in t lie evening.     Don't mi.ss   this J -  treat.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and  .   .    .   Ship Chandlery Supplies.  ��������� Al-o a'complctc line of ,   Shelf   and     llea/y     HARDWARE? ,.   *   '  ��������� "s*oz^^^> Car]x:nters'   'Tools,    &c.  Jessop's,, Steels,  Ore Ctirs,  Ore Sacks,   Ltc.  RLA'I'IO GLASS A SPLOLA LTY.'  VANCOUVIilll, B.C.  "McLennan, -'McFeely '&' Co. Ltd. ���������   WJIOLKSAI.K  '      '  r- I 0 1 <  Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and' Blacksmith Supplies.  Write for Information.  R.' HO-W-SUN '&i Q.O.    '  I <��������� 'it.  Furniture Dealers & Undertakers.  v    Hardware   -'���������-;  Stoves  122 OCBDOVA STREET,"''. -   -   -  Enamel Ware.  -   -   VANCOUVER, B.C.  a  ���������   Upholstering and Picture Framing a.Specialty.  Agents for l.ayniond Sewing Maeliiue, ,M;in'uf;iotin-oi'-s Life I n sura nee Society,  Union l<"ii o, ' I jisur.ince Co., I'rorlneial' MuilfJiiij. aurl Loan Asssoeiat ion.  Oiicanm and Pianos.    ,  Ths WI. EAMLTGN MApFAOIMJM&Ct Ltd.  '     ' - .MAKlTFACTrHKRS OF-  !Hi:     IjtLiAi.'Ui: * i.i*:i2wii. ti:j:.Lhv.i  A^J  os-.'ti^ti^'j   t^Ufsli'icsii  . FOR iry yu.".:i.;{u;;-ui-. OAi-:M0i>.;  (Under License from THE E. P. ALLIS CO., Milwaukee, Wis.)  ,     ' _.i       .  i,      .   ������  Ousliei.-, IiolN.   Y\\s,^,   Coucentr.-ilors,   Screeiif-,   Stamp".   Pimips.   Coinpr'os.sors,  lloi->l-~. Moilors, Knj.iiic'r.. Water \Vheel>, Kic.  Sole Agents tor B-Cl for JOHN BERTRAM &. SONS Machinists'Tools.  Branch office " ' '      ! i l.^p',' P  l>f \ i)M ��������� T<   l-l       C\ V'P  VANCOUVER, B.C. " i   Ul  ultDUlulUVJ il.   UA-I.  J.   W.  UA.MIMiiN, S::v!nn,-rrmimrer ��������� ',     J.  K  "W.  AIACFAH LANE, Mauaijn:  IEOK WORKS GO. LTID.  "I"3  ,,r...rr.��������� r, . ~ ���������;!-.��������� rr.ii  '.., ., ���������' ���������' ��������� 1 . i > 1 - (���������'[��������� /  ..'   '. 1.1.. U     1 i :j : u i > 1.. t-1 i i  rt ft ���������<ir%- f. : ���������   r - t.c\;  ���������.-���������',-���������'--  {.,i.:.,..i~.L.    tiii .j'...j.l..  MAF;!KE EKGiliES''  Ceiiieral     founders, *  engineers, -(f\      boiler-  makers ;ind  m.'inuk.c-  turers   of���������;i.l!   clashes  ������   ,- 1   ��������� *   o  ol niiichinerv.  ' j  *��������� < i  EEEP IN STOCK  a'.full   supply of  engineers'     and  I   mill supplies,   pipe  ������md  I   fitlings,    brass    'goods,  i!$j&^^':-*f   -^t(-am    fittings,',, wood-  split pulleys, oak, tanned  *    leather beltin^���������,',etc.'"    ' ,'  1 estimates for boilers  and engines on, application. ,- ��������� ,'    ,',  ; , G:;rn:r of-AIjia^cr St. and .WsstminstL-r Ave. "Vancouver,-B.C.  P.O. iJrau-ei",75_|.' , .'    *    , Cable address'" Cove."  AHAuiAh'-bfcntnfiL tLbjhiEb bu.  '    (LI.MITI-JIH    "  Capital, $1,500,000. , -, Head OPFiccs, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus;  Tloi<t:-, Pinups.  Mlow ei>..  I?.iu>������.  Iila^t in^ App.nalus Dyu.uiios for Li^lilin^' and  " I'ntt'i'i-, M.ito'is for ,.ill  Pnipo^e^.  Electrical transmission o! power succcs.--,lu!ly operated^uj)  U>>50  '   miles by our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION 'SYSTEM.     ~,  I.:.u..'Si I'Mlii-- in Hnt:-ii CoImiiiM.i. .VANCOUVER  W- M. LAWRENCE  Hardware  Stoves1 - ' Tinware  Tinsmithing,i  Paints   -<* Oils  Special,attention given mail orders.  -  Glass.  J3 AETIiL-3 owning- lots in Bevel-  ^'^^^^i^^^^^^i I       stoke  or Ferguson and wish  \(l(lres-,T. GIDDIXCJS. Glacier. J.I.C.   ,*��������� ,. -, . n       j-> -\ TT  xng*   to   dispose   ot   tiiem; snould.  address       O. E.SHAW,'  Real Estate Ag*ent,  REVELSTOKE, STATION, B. O.  1690  G-JEljLJSnD  1897  12th of July Celebration.   .  Under  the "Auspices  of  tho  Revelstoke  Loyal Orange'Lodge  Revelstoke, B. C.  Lodges    fiom  'nearly   every   point   in'  ^=^ ������       L���������.      f\ L L fl E a ������     ���������^^S^*" "  Jji-iti^h Columbia will con\eii<\       j tt-ti        -t -j -������-^ . ,��������� -i   ,<~n  ��������� _���������         |      wholesale Boots and ahoes,   ,  Good Pro-rnimme. I'arnde, Kc. \ '���������  13 & 15' Cordova St., VANCOUVER, B.C.  G-:e :isr IE IR-A. Xi  cVELST0  IBGHA^TT,  \IL*  r9  VELSTOKE   IRON   WORKS  Special Exeura  single  ton rates from an points;! Carries the l.^tlinrof   miivr's ' and   pr<--.]..-< mr\   i'.ooi-   in   th': j All  klSldS  ������f i^OM Billd Sheet ISietal WOFfc.  fare, round trip, ! frovfllVc.       W'rilt-  (> ,r -,;.mpi('^ :       __���������        .  i-��������� 5  ��������� ���������m-^^b: r=^_:_ Mining', work and tools.  i'j\orylMi<iy \S'<'lciinii-,  K. AUAIH,        T. J. (J HA HAM,  W. M.  ll..  ec ."e -.  ieo.  !i/r  Fipefltting1 and roofing".  free  00  H  GENERAL '-MERCHANT AND  DEALER.  ROET. GORDON, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  ACENT FOR BAIN WACONS, BUGGIES, ETC.  H  CO  (D  <I  THE LADIES OF THE CHURCH OF  ENGLAND AT-HOME,  Weihioh/lay   Kveniii",    June   2.'!,   '07,  from ei-^lil o'clock.  Pull line of prospector's and  miner's supplies always in stock  at moderate-prices.      Groceries, THE C0WAN-H0LTEN-D0WNS'  CO.  Provisions, etc  XA. .*. ii 3, \\i 'Xj/    '/if   SlL -l.������ JKL JUT y    JLJ> m^fo  JuliMei*      lines      ami      oiiil.o'iii1'      ,i    '  (,fwr-iier ������.  InL'l.-iud    ^-i-i \ i< <���������<���������.      \'<  3,,  (/Inn eli    ol'  , morrow    a'    II    a.m      and    7.-JO   j. in.  Petersons H;ill. Kcvdstokc.   , i;,.v. p. i',;,d v\\\ ���������ii;, ,'���������,,.. _   . u,   uro, vr, ���������������������������,���������., ,������������������   ,,���������,,���������,,,,  . \     '.ii\ < o.ni'  Mfrvtf;.?.~ ���������>������������ -jS&  ' j&*������-~ Wholesale Dealers in.  LES, WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS  ^VJu-i'',   etc     I'et'i osliuu'iits,   I laii'-in^,  .ADM1SSJON, $1.00.       Ill   !',,|   ll (     I'I ', ( l-l'il (     [l|- I ���������!..II  So|-\ ices ,il   ii-,ii,i I liiiiil-^, Him li I in'   .I'I     >.l    M ���������   '   l.'i.nicniii   li'il-l   l.>    i, Nil, nil   in  il..  (���������i.i. i ipm. nl     ^(.'ciii   .0    I:, i.'.I'll.,   mil   I,. I > i  o\eiii..m'   in ll.o   .\lolli,,,li.-.l,   . I,in   I,   i,  lii'iii'  iw,      Itev.y.l,  ,\, AV'oo'd, jiiiKlor.  ���������I.llllll   Mil: '..'.'.III-ill si,  , ,i. li. f;r: a f f A .vi.  (.io'v'-i-iiiiii'itl A;?, ii;  EEVELSTOKE, JB.G.


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