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Array 2>  At  fi  IT   rtrik A%4*  IkJV  /^  Vol. 4.���������No.  KEVELSTOKE. WEST'KOOTENAY,  B.C.; JUNE, 5,. 1897.  $2.00 a Year.  NEWS OF TWC/V:  AN ACTIVE SEASON FROM'BIG BEND  TO CARIBOO CREEK.  A Good Showing on  Carries Creek���������  ������Trout Lake a Busy Camp, Much  Development Work   Being" Done  There --The Week's Doings Around  Burton City.  C IIS Olson v. il.Ji  I'luli  terduv (<> build' I wo   mile  Most encouraging i-i-porls tnc lec-.-iv-  ed .from Un-developine'il work on   the  - '.Cnrues Creek Oo.'s propei-iies, situated  on C'.-h-iu'-; Creek, Rig I'.end. The pay'  -streak is widening 'nnd i- :iboi:I t wo  feet, .mil the quality nl" t be oi'e h.-i-  , greatly improved. The luiinel is now  in more than 50'fcel.' Recent ii<-nys  have returned tVoni $11 ' lo yoS pel- t<ii)  iu gold, while assays ].-i������t full gave $1S  to .$23. I. T. .Rrowstcr.'manager for.  the coiiip.-uiy,. i I'tunii'd .Saturday Iku:1  ,-i trip of inspection. 111' ox pi cs-os hi ui-  self .-is well plea -.ed will) list* progress  made, and is satis-lied that ,1 he presdd  showings .-itigur a -ploiulid future '.fur  this property. < They intend t.u get out  ,-i carload of ore, as s-ciou as'pos.siblo, lo  make a smelter test. "    .   .>  Sandy McRae stall, d out  Thnr-day  . with 10 of bis pack train wit h,siipplies'.  His I ni in will operate between Down'e  and Fienoh  (.'reeks, ntid ��������� \\ ill   pack   iu  '  the   in.-ii-binety of   tbi:    Frond)' Crock  Mydr.mlii-. i\<.   ��������� , g,  ' From Trout Lake" City. , ���������  Tbey ai-e cutting the b'ad 0:1 (he Fis-  sineon tbc east end at a depth of about  200 feet, 'rh'e tunnel is in about -ixty  feel, and in good ore. ,  Men who have mined from Mexico to<  British Columbia  say   lliat   Lbo  Silver  ,.Cup is a world-heaii i. and it   is  douht-  u    ful'if any mine  on   th"  (-out incut  c-r;  make any equal  ������������������howiiig   when  grade  and i] iiii nl if y at e'considered. ,  -   '   Gihh's anil William-: have  completed  the a-se--.-nicni work on lhe .St.   Klmo.  Al.'th" point where llu-y   i lit   tl.e   Ic.-k!  .. t br ore body is :->(j   feel    wide,.'    All   the  .   St. FJmu,nerds Lo make it a gi'eal iniuc  is inoi-e work.  Hen Itauiey has made a gioai   *--li-ikc  ��������� mi'Fish Creek, four clabus all showing  ore of good gra-p'"1 six to eight f< cl wide.  iiu l. l.-.fi y c--  ile-- of Ifnil up  Canyon Creek to the ilaiuis liu-ated  tbt'i-e las I year. A r-dnt r.irt, for ].";(l  feet of tunnel has been lot ������.n' one of  tin* claims. The ore i������ high0 grade ga-  Icna. '    '      '  Din Kcaii and crew a:-.' i cpaii-ing 1 he  road to Thomson s Landing! so.uctidug  thai, was needed, ,-is there is- im im-  ini'iisc ainotit of fi eight coming in,  more than tbc freighters c.-in handle.  F. M.'-f. irtv of the R-.vls'.iko Me.t'l,  Market, was in town this week looking'  up a locitio-i and decided on Trout  Lake us the most central distributing  point, and lie will build a largo snarled.  ,   coralN an slaughterhouse heie.  Work un the sawmill   is progressing  rapidly.     The foundation is in ami the'  greater purt'iif the machinery is on (he1  ground.     1 f not liiug happens it. will he  running insidecof len days-,  nnd   a long  felt want will be INIcd.-  S. Woods, X. Swiiu'on. -V. MchTenzio,  ,   H.   Stewart,   anil    II.    .MePhersnn' arc  all clearing lots and pi oparing to liuild  on Kellie street.  ,1. Hickman is erectinga commodious i  hotel on Vancouver si reel.. Itwill be |  first class in every respect.  Abi'.ib.i nison IJ.-n*. will increase the  rapacity of iheir m.tuiinolh   eslu'blish-  IIK'llt.  11. King will build an addition to his  store, 1Sx20, two stories, ih- will carry  a complete slock ol* miner's supplies.  A steamboat is to be placed on Trout  Lake this summer.  Cariboo Creek Camp.  Messrs. Pryur k Rates left on   Monday to do   assessment   woi k   on   iliL'ii'i  claim-, on Snow Cieek". ' ' j  Mcssis.  Daly .V M cM iiiimn a re doing |  assessment on the .Monte Carlo.  Twu shifts are al, work mi the pron-  e.rties ot' I he Canyon Cieck .Mining  aud Development C... and so f.iv the  results are very gratifying. Mr. Muir-  licid. manager, hmtigliL dmvn average  samples amounting to 100 lbs. of \ enrich looking ore to bo shipped lo  Toronto for assay.  A wide lead lias just been struck on  the .Honolulu, nearly all of it being  .shipping ore. Assays from t}?>'2 to &'J0  pee ton in silver aud gold.  Mr. Rennet, of the li .1. Roaley C<>.  Ltd., of Trail, passed through on a  business (rip lo Mineral (Jil y. lie is  well pleased with the claims there, and  is of the opinion that this will   bo  one  , The Cold Storage Scheme.  , Prof. Robertson of lhe Dominion  department of agriculture was in town  Saturday inspecting the cold storage  building being ci cried here by the  fedei.il government, and expressed  himself as well pleased with it. The  creameries in t he ' Territories were'  found unprofitable for the farmer from  various causes and the government  took hold of lhe maiiiigeiueul, of llie.n  placing I'rol. Robertson ip eha'rgc. lie  recognized (hat. Kootenay afVoidcd a  gical   and  growing  market  foi   tbi-ir  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.      ,  Happenings' of ' Interest Amongst its  Various Camps.  thaii- cki:kk.  Work on the New Centre Star shall  has uncovcivd a massive body of solid  oie. Tlie clear ore appears to he fom  or five feet, wide and carries a slight  pel rentage of cupper.  Tlie'Le Roi shaft is now down ffi'A  feet. In a few more weeks lhe (100 fool,  level will i e reached.     An as������,-ty of oh-  output and last fall i ecoinmeudcd lh.it i from (he hot torn of tbc shaft runs ovo:  a cold slfiafie" warehouse be built and I .^2(K) in gold ami lo per cent'4 copper. The  selected Revelstoke as the site. The  local board of trade basing pieiioiisly  asked   flu-  s-ucli   ai i ouimo'da tion.     His  i ecommi'nihii ion was 'iiniu.'dial ely  act I'll upon with the. re-aill lh.it, he  says, 11'ie'y have aci ommod.it!. ��������� i j unbundling about 15,000 pounds of hut tor  besides being able to ati'oid storage to  15. y fruit growers' o>- dtlier shippers  ������lm iwiy wi-li lo avail t heuise!*. es of  its con venienee.-, lo store jiei ishable  goods for which a small charge will be  made. Prof. RohcrlMiii e\'j;ccls {rreat.  results from I he enterprise in l he w.iv  of opening up , new marked-. 'I'he  scheme is not undertaken as ,-'i revenue  pi odticcr but will h" i';iin on a l.asi . to  be self supporting which Prof.'iliihei (-  s.ni expects it to1 he] certainly alter the  Iirst year. Mv. Grimily has been placed  iu charge of the local esfablishi.ieul  and besides its', management he will  actus a general trade agent in tbe  matter of promoting iuiei-prov.iiici.ii  trade generally. Pi of. Shut I, chief  ehl'iuisl of the experiiu.'iital farms, ,-ie-  coinpanied *AIr. liobert-o'i. They re-  t nrned east last S.unlaw  '    -THE COUNTY COURT.      \  ASmr.ll  Docket,  Primipally  Actions  ' ' '   Kor Debt!  Tlie regular silli.:g of (he County  Court, was held here Tbiusday, lii&  'Honor .ludge Form presiding. As  it u.il, niosl oi the ,ia.'-e.s wore aetioi.s  J������")ii'. debt, and Ilie debtors in almost  c ei-'y i ase w ci e oKler'cd lo liquidate,  I'.-.s Honor 'apparent ly having vi-iy  little symp.il by with tlieni 'or. their  various (piibble.s. *  In' t he ret ion of Sibl-ald & Pease Vs.  ,L- Pj.en. iiidg-iienl was enlficd -ig-iinst  di-fendatil, w l-.o is ||-e licensee of an  hotel at( li!e< illev, a, I. The (-lfum was  for goods supplied to Peteison, who  was running the dining loom at de-  ,1'end.inr.s Sioti'l, The defendant repudiated t he dchl ihu> contiai led on  the plea that he was sole laoprietor  and that Prcersnn had no conned ion  with the business. The Judge did not  take kindly with this idea.   The goods  had   li    supplied   lo  lhe  h< Id  and  n.lift be paid for. As lhe defendant,  was pi opi idor he w as iiable and was  ii'-cordingiy ordered to seitle.  W. JI. l}rnwn got a judgment of .^20  against Capt. Li;.quest. This la-i* had  come over from'tho foimer i onrl and  defendant did not put in an appeal-  a nee.  Robinson vs.' Righlon --.Judginent  was given again >t the defeucl.-i'i t. who  failed lo file an appearance.  Gray vs Rich u iNou���������\\'a.s po-t.poncd  (iwingtotl.e iinai oid.-ible absence of  defendant.  In tit.' potato c.isi: of Peter-, m vs.  Howard, ��������� judgment was euteied for  plainlilf for amoimt. il.iimed with  costs. Peleison ,-ilsii obtained a jil.lg-  inenl in his g.-u'.iishi e ,-ig.iinsi. I Iowa id  and I!rown it C! irk. The baler  owed I iowin d .some money foi potatoes  and had a counter account, ,-igiiiii-t  hi.n. They were ordered to pay (he  dilVei-i'iice imo I he court.  The case uf iilondiu \s. Are::a w,is  ])osl pone 1.  gi ,ide of the ore has iuipi lived wit hi he  d'l'ptb. T**  A .".0-foot shaft will be sunk on 'the  R.iyal Oak.  The , t unnel on tbe Kootenay and  Cohiuihia is now in (i2."> feet and tbe  fare i.s about -ICO fed below I he nil fuel1.  The ore in both tbe tunnel  and  winze  prove conl intiotis.  i ���������'       >  An on: body   from   one   to   two  feet  in width aud high in .copper   has  been  found   on   the   HifCl rJIotm(,-u'u   mine.  Their   tunnel,   which   w,is   di'ivcn  -170  feet,  has   nol   yd   reached, lhr> point  whole thcstirxey   indicated   the  main  vein lo he. ,  su)i;.ix. .  At a distance of ]() feet, from 'the  opening a five foot ledge of line looking  ore has been si i tick on the Chapleali,  on Lemon Ci cck. owned by the Hall  Exploration Co. *  At!,im with an elevation of about  2,000 feci, will he built by lhe management of the Pajiie'uiine this  summer.  Sluicing has been resinned on Ih.e  Wor.dei I id , and rtli. v exi ect to ship  ',-il'oul y 10,(;l'() woi lb of ot e during the.  summer, ail of which will be derived  from sluicing. Thev are abo ljros'cciil-  ing tunnel work.        " ;  Tin- Lucky 0'eoigc group has a 45-  fiiol ih'dge of gold bearing-ore assaying  $15 in gold. It has a four-foot pa v-  slre.ik.  The last payment on the Argo and  Hell, amount .ng to' .$l:>,0(!0, has been  trade and Ihese claims aie now lhe  pi opel ly of the AI go mines i.j' Sillldo n.  'J'heiiM l'ii.g Star and Ke\ s'toue Im v������  ih.-.t'.j.-(-d l-.ii i ds. The | riie |-a ill. the  Sloeai.-Cm il.oo Mining "( ompanics for  thesi' properties was .-ibout,J,-5L;5.(jOO."l he  owneis have spent, siveiai t ho'isand  dollars developing the Evening Star.  Leiglitou A; Williams weie the pur-  chaseis. c  New West minster people have purchased the Ida JI,iy for,i cash consid-  ei.-ttion. It is situated on 'Pen Jlih  Creek.  (,'ICNI'JHAI..  The'i-epoi ted s,-|le of the Whilewater  mine lo   lhe   Pugel   Sound   Reduction  company for half a million is denied in  Spokane. '  .1. N. SuMiiann, C.P.R. mining engineer, has letiirned from Jlonlrcal  and is examining the district around  Slocan (.'iiy.       . t  The 11,-ii-t blocks consisting of two  lots, was sold in Rds^land last week for  $15,000. This is lhe highest Hume yet  reached by improved property in that  c-itv.  The Montreal syndicate disposed of  $30,000 woi th of. real eslatein Rossl.-mil  List w eek.     .  Hon. T. JI. Daley, ex-JIinislcr of the  Interior, has. been, appointed Lid-nse  Coiuiuissiorier for Rossland.  ���������   CROW'S NEST ROAD.  Details of the Arrangement Between  the Government and the C. P. R.  Th" pi mcipal details of the arrangement ai l ived al, between the Federal  Government aud the (j. P. J?., w hci i-hy  the latter'gets (he const rtu-l ion of (he  Cro.w's Ne.st Pass, was made known  by lhe .Minister of Railways to the  Liberal caucus on Wednesday. Tbi;io  has evidently 1 ecu some haul li,irgaiu-  iiigaud tbe i oik essions obtained from  lhe railway company are very important In l he count ry. -A monopoly of  the coal lauds has been prevented and  t In- freight redtirlinns ,-u-e claimed lo  bo wotlh $ti00.0b0 a year lo the 1,-u-lners'  of Jlaniioba.    ' .  The Dominion will give $11,(100 per  mile to tlit1 Canadian Pacific Railway  company for I he IWOiniles of road fiom  Lclhliridgc lo to Rossl.-uid, For this  amount i..e co'mpany will give valnabh-  concessions. In Ihe first place il gives  a large cut in the freight ratesnli spi-ci-  lied ,-irl icles o{ v. Inch'it has handed a  list to (he government. Oo w'!ica(.''fur  instance, the cut. in rales will,be 1\  cents next vcur per 100 pounds, and 1J,  cents the following year, making 'A  cents in .-dl. On fi nit going to lhe west  I here is to be a reduction of 5J3 1-3 per  cent. On agricultiir;il implements  Ibere is a reduction of ten per cent in  ra("s. The object is lo make it easier  foi-the farmers. The government, will  have the control of rales west of, Foi t  William. lids understood that there  will be a reduction of '10 per.rconl. on  the rales en coal oil; 10 per 'cent on  ,-igrictill ural implements; I'M l-'.l per cent  upon iruits. and a reasonable percentage upon'binder twine, wiie, boilers,  nails, barbed wire, bags, belt, animals  for hrrcdiiiir purposes, etc. "All lhe.*������!  reductions apply on throng!) rales li ou'i  the.-asl. Theie wdil be no rcdiii Lion  on local rates. ,  t The companv will also 'give to (hi;  government 50X10;) ,u-ies of , its land  giiinlof ^;0,().ltl aci-.-s of coal lands  granted to I he Brit isl'i Cohmibia South-  es n Railway. 'Phis 50,'(K)() acres will h������  seh'i Led in .small l.iocks, the government hu\ ii-.,C' the first choiceto[ a block  and the i (,!.'.; any the second choice of  a bio; k. on I lie cb.eckerboard plan, so,  flint l hero-w ill be no monopoly - in tli<  I he rial l.-iiitls. Lesides this ��������� the cnin-  I ������������������!iiy cannot sell c< ill for ,-i higher  price than $2 per ion, fu?- on boaid al  lhe mines, and al no lime (.-mil chui-gi'  iiioi e Lh.-iii 75 cents prolii per ion. It  is understood thai olbei roads will  ha\ e running pow ers I hrough the P.is-.  Work on the line will be proceeded  with ,-it once.  Jlr. Blair also announced that, fiom  Rossland lo Pontir(ton, I he government  hitd decided lo give t he'subsidy Lo an  i.idepeud.'iii conqiiiny. This puihalily  means that the Columbia A: Western,  Ileinze's road, will get the suhsidv.  Local and Personal Briefs.   ',  , The. H.irgents did not appear in,tbe  County Court as anticipated. The informal ions hud been withdtavn iind  tboi'ofoi-e^tlie cases wort', not called.  K P. (iar\oy, lias been tiiiiisfe.rrcd  from tlie C. P. R. telegraph department at Vancouver to Rovelsloke,  taking the night, shift on c-onnnei cial  lioie. lie was here for a few weeks  last full. ,  dpi. John Grant sailed frr.m England to-day. He is hi inging the. money  to take up options. .This will be*good  news for some of thcihnvs who have  been patiently awaiting the, captain's  rutin ii.  The building boom continues. Two  new sti ucl UK's were commenced this  week on Kmiit stiec't, one a ston; for  .John Hutchinson, the other a Chinese  .store. A carload of lumber has been  delivered on Douglas street for a new  building theie.  Coiitractor'Tinnpkins is erecting a  warehouse, for tlie l.ritish Columbia  sugar lelinery, next to the cold storage  building. liouinc I.ros. and' J'. Mo-  Carl v contemplate building warehouses  in this location'also, it being contiguous  to (lie fi eight shed iind siding.  Hon. 0. W: Jliggins, Sp<;.dcer of the  J-egisliitiue,'Wiis in town Monday-on  his way north. Mr. Uiggins has many  investments in Slocan and Trail Creek  difiliicts , where he will spend" the  gi eater part of the .summer, besides  sisiting boundary distiict.s in which he  is also interested.  No tiew eases of diphtheria have  been leportecbthis week and the scare  , has' entiiely abator]. The physicians  ate loud in their praises of tlie auti-  toxiue .treatment iind to it is attributed  the rapid extinction of ' the, disease  which, at one; stage, was feuied would  prove epidemic.  W. JNlclnnis, who hails from Van  cnuver, was released from the, coop  here only a few days ago and was run  in yesterday ngiin.on a charge of  theft. He approprialijd a hammock,  while, drunk, which was hanging iu,  front of Cotirsier's.  Some.' miscreant, unlocked ]Lull's  corrall Thuisday night allowing 19  head of cattle to escape. After a hard  dii\s chase 13 head have been recovered iind the balance are thought to he  in the woods'in the neighborhood of  the fllecille.waol. '.The local ��������� management will m ike, an ' example of this  guil.y parlies if found.  REFUSE TO PAY TAXES  THAT'S WHAT REALTY OWNERS OF  REVELSTOKE  WILL DO'  Until Their Titles are Cleared���������Tired  of Delay They Have Banded Together to Force the Question wan  ,, Issue with the Government���������A  Last Resort.        ���������  ���������  In   Julian  Tompkins��������� G.n nispee  v  wa s disch.trgeJ.  Kd. Jlol.cod, who had e-cipcd from  custody, was tried for thai otf.-use iind  got  I hive inoiit lis more.  James Reigbly. John Fi-i-d>y and  C ha i les it.'rick so ii i\ ei e nal iii a li/.e !.  The    sin-els'  of    Saiidon   are  lighted by ('led ieitv.  to   I)  Rowland Has a New Stock Exchange-  A Squatter Has No Rights.  . "On the bearing of the case of lhe  Pro\ incial Government, against the  squui(ci s at Nelson, .ludge Forui explained ihe stui us ,,!' the squat ler:  "These squat let--, have no right, on  tbe laud. They niighl just as well  t-ome up bei e and put   up  a   house  on  j the courthouse "louuds, or as fur that  1  e.\-  ,-iud  Sime    Ilie   i losing  of  lhe  sloe!,  change  in   Rossland   lhe   hrokcis  boa id of  trade haw   been   ncgoi iaiing  with ;i \ ie\v  of  organizing  a   new   exchange    under   Ihe   auspices    and     in  l-onneclion   with   the   hoard   of  Hade.  A committee appointed foi Ui" pin post  has drafted a scheme   which   b.i  adoprf-d.  The proposed new stock exchange  becomes the trade launch of the bo.'ud  of trade aud is govei ned by that body'.,  ehai ler. o\ cry member of t be exchange  becoming a member of the board of  i-.-ide .-ii..! conl i iliiilii.g lii.s proportional  i expense    for   Ihe   maintenance  of  Ih  of the best mining camps in the   Piov- | t.,dlei  ince. ' .    I  A   laigc   hotel   \iill     be    opened    at !  iMiiier.d City shoilly. i      | no   punlie    i\i  Many pi ospeel ms  are   now   ruining , Hick- w ill be  on-  i.-dl  iu from all (puiileis. j M.quireii sale ..f 5.0ihl  Many outsiders believe (hat it i^ , a^pioi ,| ion. ,-ind t he pi i, e mpsi .-xeeed  necessary to bi'i.ng supplies willi'llicm. j 5c. per sb.-u-e.The l.b-itish Columbia  Such is not, I he eiise.as all. pi o\ isions, R/.^view. of Lyiiub'm.IOiigl.iiid,'will, .'on-  tools, itcf   ,;���������|,"|���������7 'purcbased ��������� here   .it. | lain,a list of t be stock  eci I'i.-ii'j ai.d   rent,   w hie ii   will  .'iiliotlul   to.ibotil  i^2.5')   per   liioulll    per  m.'iiib.'r.  Tiie   public    will    l-e   admitted,   and  i   day.    li   will  t.-ii es to change  reasonable figures.  ma tier, on your ow n ]c.|.    As ,-i ma I ler  of law the go\ ei mneiit laud should   be  ���������is  Micied   ,-is   p.riiiite   land.      'I'he .-id  leaves   me   no   disci el ion.   and   il   is  a  question jtis| how  f;i|. (he  gov ei ninent  is justified   in  going  behind   it.   ' The  land does not belong to the Premier or  been'! R'''h-Legislature.    It belongs   lo  (lie  j peopli--to you and me.      Personally   I  , might sav that lhe sooner   Ihese   lands  | -ire ��������� >ii��������� 11 on Ihe better for,the city and  ! all concerned.    The act   is a   stringent,  i one; aud all I can  take cognizance of i.s  [ lhe affidavit   that   the   man   is  a   ins-  I passer, and it    lemains   for  me   lo  see  ! the piovisions of  the   ,-ict i.uiied  out.  i Anyone who goes on government hind  , wil lii.nl authority, aud without it. h.iv-  | ing been set up for s,,],.. mu-t take   tlie  ��������� consequences."  'file case now rests cut ircly with   ll'.c  giiwriiiiieui ,-ind it would seem  that   il  , has lhe .power  to   eject   tlie   sqiial I ei-s.  ; uiany of whiiiii have   put up  valuable  | buildings, if   il   so   decides.     A stay of  d to learn the  A Daily Boat Service Now.  Thedaily service between An owhead  and Trail was inaugurated by the C.  P. R. steamers on Tuesday, June 1st,  and has proved a great convenience to  the (lavelling public. The service is  being pel formed by^ (he, steamers  Nakusp and Kootenay.  Accoidingto the   new  schedule  the  XaKiisp is limed to ,-ii-rive  at. Tmil   on  ^1 outlays, Wednesdays and Fridays at  2 p.im and   to   leave   fOi    Airowhe.-id  ag.iin   itt   -I   p.m.    The   new   steamer  ICoolenay will an ive at. I he saint:  port  al   2   p.m.   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Satin days.      There   will  be   no    boats  ariiving  Sunday,   and'Mho   Ivoolenayi  will I ie up ,-it,'ft ail and the   Nakusp   at  Arrowhead mil il  the evening  of  th.it  day.    These I wo boats will  carry   only.  Ireighl for Ruhsi.n. Trail and Rossland,  Freight,   for   points soulh   of   Robsoii"  will be dtopped   hy   the   fast   bonis  at  'I hilt point ,-ind w ill be picked up by the  Lytlon   wbiih   will   handle   the   local  freight for way point s.    The Trail Will  continue lo low down lhe barges  from  Arrowhead.      On    Slot an     Lake    (he  lu-w steamer Slocan   inns  daily  (lips,  except   Sundays,   i ailing  at, Silvciion  ,-ind iiileriuediale points.  I: was with much regret that the  sad news of the death ��������� of Mrs. Edna  McLauchlin, who had been" ill, but a  sboit lime, was spread on Sunday  morning she having passed away at .'?  o'clock. Deceased had been a resident  of llevolstoke since last December and  lias twodaughleishere, Mrs. Ed. Adair  and Mi'm. \V. J. Lee, who have the  heart felt sympathy of the community  in their sad bereavement. xV short  service was eo'nducled by Rev. J. A.  Wood at tho residence of W. J. Lee  on Wednesday morning after which  the ' funeral procession proceeded to  the station the remains being taken to  Oak wood', Out., foi; interment. * Messrs.  Lee find Adair went as far as Winnipeg where they were met by Mr.  Edgar McLauchlin, son of deceased.  The New Fast Atlantic Service.  1.0. G. T. Eiitertainuient.  Thy members of Columbia Lodge,  No. IU, I. O. (J. T. entertained lln-ir  friends in lhe lodge room l.-isl Tuesday  evening. The amusement was started  by games of various kinds, after which  Rev. J. A. Wood, as chairman, called  I he gathering loorder aiid.-i prngiunuuc  consisting of insi i umeiilal and vocal  music, speeches, leadings and ivci-  tat ions, vvas i eudei ed by members of  the older. 'I'he piograiuiiie having  ('oik hided i efresbinents were served  and lb,-happy assembly luoke up al  about 11 p.m. all being favorably in...  pre.-M d vvil b (lie way they bad been  entei lained by Ihe Templais. Theie  were about 50 pre-enl.  on change,  1 and quoted j fourteen,davs'-w.-is granl  .government's intention  Leave lo appeal lo the U.S. supreme,  court hits ill, last been 'granted Durrani,  and . as the court, does not sit again  tinlil next Odolier, ibis vii fually gives  the condemned man a furlliel. respite  of six inonl lis.  'The contract, between tbe Federal  government ,-ind Peterson, T.ite it Co.  for ii fast Atlantic service has been  ��������� made public. The slcamcis are required to be of 10,000 tons register, lo  maintain an average t ate (if 500 knots  ,-i day. or 21 knots an hour. They are  Lo be of 520 feet in length, add lo he  equal in every respect, Lo the best  steamers afloat. They must accoiumo-  di.ile ;-!()() lirsl-class passengers, 200 second, and 1)00 steerage, with Iirst-class  dining-room capacity for :.00.  The Meet will consist of I'om steamers j  and lhe contract is foi  (en  years.    The '  subsidy  i.s  C15I.000 sterling,   of  which j  the Imperial Govornineni pays C5I,5(H). ;  Two steamers, are to be ready   to commence the service  on   .May  ,'ils|,   |!'()0.  The Ill's!, pair ccuisi i tided   will   give  a  I'm (nightly service, for which hall   lhe  subsidy will he  paid.     After   K'OU  the  service vvill be weekly.    The   company  is allowed lo accept no  other subsidy,  and if it does Ihe amount   vvill   be   de:  ducted Jroni Lhe Ihiiish subsidy.  ll engages mil lodiscriminale.-igaii)s(  any Canadian lnilway. As a guarantee,  of good fail li it must make  a  cash  de- A   package  containing   Pd.000   was  posit of ������10,000, and give guarantee for . stolen from the oiiicc of tlie Dominion  ������10,00(1 addili'.Miiil. For each failuir in j Lxptos-, Co. ill Mainlines last Sundav  provide sailings as requited by contract ! night, 'flic assistant agent locked it  .-i fine of ������500 is provided. In summer | in a drawei at night and Monday  the vessels   must   call  al   Quebec,   and [ morning it  was gone,     Il was ennsigu-  tln  I  We,' the undersigned p'n.peiiy  owners of Revelstoke, B.C., having  regaid I o I be fad. t hat lhe laud till������,-~  have now been iu dispute lor more  I hut loir years andvlh.'U. in spite of  every effoi I of t he inhabitant s of this,,  town to obi.-uux-regLstr.il ion tor their  I illes'l hey are, still apparently as far  from it as evi r, and, believing thai the,  government have, neither a moral or  legal light to tax our property whilst  I bey i efiise lo give il that piolectioii  whieli Ihe regist rat ion laws provide :  I lei ehy resolve t ha l.'uiil il registration  can lie obtained for I be deed- ciiilwae-  ing the townsile of Revelstoke we will  mil. pay taxes and vvill s-uppoi t one another b\ every legal and peaceable  means in our power against, any effort  the government may make to enforce,  the payment of them. n   ,  At last,the owners of really here'  Jiiivu taken a decided'^stand against  that long standing grievance���������the non-  rogistrarion of lilies���������and have bunded  tihouiselves ' together for mutual project ion in an effort to foi re the question to an issue.   ������ J  The above document, was citculated  this' week, signed by almost all the  property owneis in town.  The stui v  of  the   11 unhid  is an   old '  i  one, and fiimiliat'-'llo the whole province!  It is the old : ail way, holt.' bone of; contention over which'the provincial  anil  federal governments and   the original  locator   of  'the, 'townsile     have   been  wrangling for years past.' The Province  issues a grant, lo   Farwell,  1 hovlocalor,  who ptoceeds.lo sell lots; the Dominion   ,  steps in a nil   compels  the  people   who  buy to i ('-purchase, from  it;   the   Prov-1  ince refuses to register titles: there are, ,  suits.- All this occurred years ago, but  owners cannot yet, register their deeds.  They have been advised time and again  that the question   was all ,hut. .settled  and that, registration   would  soon   follow, 'bill   on   making  the,, effort.  Lhev.  have always -been  put  oil"; there  has  been some hitch   or   other   which   pie- '  vented the completion of titles.  The uncertainty 'caused by the delay-  has worked incalculable injury in  Revelstoke and has unquestionably le-  tiirded its giovvlh. Revelstoke would  have heen a big town today had it not  been for this question of titles iind tin:  apparent insecurity attaching to them.  Favored as she is by location and cither  natural advantages, she has nol made  lhe progress slu> would have but for  Ibis incubus. v  Property owners hei et who have been  the sulferers during this long peiiodj  have exhausted everv expedient to  deal the matter up, hut, without sue-'  cess. The question vvas discussed  ";igain lit the recent' public meeting and  ii conitnit.teeappointed to ma ken not her  elfoi'L. They'sought advice and the  method set out iu the document quoted *  iiliove is the lesull. All the principal  owners of realty in town have subscribed lo it.  The latest hitch in regist rat ion" appeals to be that maps from Ottawa  have i-.ot yet been received at Victoria.  Within a few weeks deeds were for- '  waided, lo Victoria and the paities  sending them were advised by the Attorney-General's depaiLinetiL Ihal^the  necssiiry maps had not yet, been re- '  ceived from I he department at Ollawa,  but. were'dililv expected. This letter  vvas forwarded to Ottawa by the interest ed parlies- and nil explanation  asked for, as il had been said th,. maps  were in Victoria some lime ago. As *  Premier Turner is at ptesent in Ot tawa  lie may be induced |o expedite Ihe  j ma tier.  j 'I'he refusal of owners to pay taxes  | on lhe iciliy held hy iheui until titles  .are given in u-t bring the'mat ler to an  1 issue, and ihatsooti, as ih,, ,,lul t ��������� T I In*  I fiscal year is near al hand. They have  I counted the co-t and aie prepared In  J take lhe responsibility <-,| their pr.-sent  action.  Express Robbvry at Kaniloops.  ed   In  reward mis  of the thief.  Hank   of   ];. C.    A   ������200  iceu ofl'eied for the capture  continue on to Montreal. Iu winter  the company has I he option of selecting either Halifax ol S'.. John. The  si,earners must, not call at any foreign  port.  Discussing (heCiow's N'csl route ai-  ,  ,i       \t   -i  !���������       ���������       .i i ���������  n ' man.     11.   was  rangoinenl the. .U���������il-ktit,i,re, lhe   chief , (.(im M. .)(,,.;,,.���������,  oigan   of   i hi:  Canada, says : ''Putting all eouipai ison easily. Galtcemore >(ai led at I lol.  aside, it may be said un.sl he.ullv that' Tlmi e have Ih-cii -Id desertions Ironi  that the government, has done" we'll. ! ',1(' bf-s- -battleship Oregon since iis arrival at Piigd Sound, twu months ago.  Foi the Iirst   time  in   the   history of  lhe Dei by lhe r.iceh.-ii been won hy an  Irish hied   horse   owned   bv   an    Irish-  | man.     11,   was   niu   over   the    historic  , .          ...,.-..11   last  Wodnesdav, and  Consul value    p.u ly   iu I .1. dubbins' brow n colt (.'..lli-i-inon- w.in  well.- ���������;  Mr. Laurier 'and' his, colleagues are to j  be congratulated ' on   the.   magnificent '  The C.he'ynne  upi isiug. in.   Montana  ,     , . ,. .        ,<���������������������������,      i b'as been checked.   Rut I here i.s conflict  work they   have   achieved   for  lo-dtiy | between federal and state aulhority ,-u  and for jio'stcrity."    " | Jo jurisdii.-l jojj. ,'   , li  PAGE ������>.  n~\  iTTE KOOTENAY MAFL  Ube 1kootena\> flftail  I'i'I������M.s>HK:> KVKItY RATL'KDAY  ���������.vi- -  EEVELSTOKE. B.C.,  ��������� nv-  ,       ATA'I.VS & SMITH,  l'rni.isiiriti as-ii I'uoi-muToits. "  Subscription   Pries,   S2.00   Per    Annum  Z3" si'kicn.v in .\n\.\NCic "Alt,  ADVERTISING RATE5.  ���������OON'TIIACT ADVKIiTlSKMKXTS hi ,ui'(( .1 al  the rate (if sl..->(j jicr (-..liiiim ind. per month.  KdrsjKicc-s of si\ column indies- or over .������1  j.ei- im-li |.c:- iniiiilli.  TH ANSI EXT AJlVKirnSKSIKXTS Iin. jicr  Imp Iirst iiiSL-rtion; .leper line u.icli mhs,-  (incut. iiisei-ti.>ii. Tin- niiiiilicr of lin<s.  reckoned Ijy sp.icc ocoupicil, VJ lines  to  tin-  ItKA 1)1X0    XOTICKS   liv. ).ci- liiio o.u-li  in-  sci-tion,   unless  cmiti-.u led   for lij   llio  Kill  lines.  ..101'. I'ltlXTIXC (if every kind at, most  niiisnii-  .-il.lc rules and sin',rU'M notice.  ACCOUNTS  fur job   ]>iinlnii^   or  .ulvei-li-int-;  Iiayiiblc mi llio lii-st of cvi'i-v nii.nlli.  ���������coisnKsi'ONnrcxcrc on -��������� 11 nintiei-s, of i������K.ii  or imlilic iiilcri st, im ut-il .-in.I i-ai-ctiilly considered. All eniiiiiiiniie.it ions lo lliu i'Milor  niiist, be iicc(iiii|uiiiii-(l Iiy the ii.imu of tin-  vvi-itei-, not iiei.-c.ss.uih fm- iiiil.lic.uioii, lull  ���������us an rviik'nro of tfi.i.rt fail Ik  All.ll-.'ss  Till-: Koo'I'ion.vy aIaii..  '    "   ,     Revelsloke, H.C.  The Ames Holdon Co.'s special  "'.Columbia,'- "Vancouver,"Koolr-  enay" should _ be worn by everybody who wants a  first-class  it.   t  \k boot.  the duty went off. The way lhis (12  eenl 1-,'ile is divided is iiJ-o interesting.  The rate fiom Foil William to Winnipeg is 17 cents, while from .Montreal lo  Fort William hy lake and i.-iil is ].">  cei.ts. In of her woids, iroods are  h. tiled by rail i'i cm .Monlical lo Sarin.i oi Owen .Sound, al out a- l.ir as  from Fo'i L William '.-> Winnipeg, and  then s!,iji]l(>(| SIX) miles by, w alee for  one-third of I be rate bet vv ecu Foi I William and Winnipeg. The water i ,iteuis  .") (.-ills, so (h;ii the (Jr.inil Tiunk. foi  inslance, gels ](). cents for hauling  goods roughly about I he same distance  its the C. P. |{. o-ds 17 cents j',.,-. These  ���������are.some fhings (hat lartll' reformeis  predicted would come to light when  I be t.u ill' was changed, and il. appeals  I hat' thev .were  rigid.  RF-VFLSTOK'K, JUNK %",, 1S07.   '  ���������The clii^s of .buildings which aie  .being elected around (own should  receive some attention from the 'lite  .vvaidens. Doing entirely of wood  ithere'is an increased danger fiom lire  .and .the parties responsible for then  .construction should be compelled to.  ',!i������ f'tr as possible, minimize.,this danger  |hy ei,e.c,thig brick chimneys, etc. A  fiie amongst so much infliim (pubic  nialerial might possibly piove veiv  desti uctivc notwithstanding oui excel-'  lent water .svslem.  Montana Indians on the .Warpath-    "  The Cbevenne Indians are on the  w,-i rp.it Ii," and hie s,-iid lo have killed  fihnosi a dozen men. including five U.  S..soldiers.  The Indians have no leservat ion of  I heir own, but, roam ov er t lie* soul hei n  pint of Ilie state, near t he Crow Indian  reservation.       '  o  White sell lers are, up iu arms ami  women and children are being sent lo  noi I hern towns for safely.' Cav.-ih-v  and infantry have 1 ecu sent from Forts  Keogh and Custer.  Re Vc I.stoke - Hospital.  .Mat emit v ward in connection.  Vaccine kepton hand  .    .    .    .     "  Brs. I������cKcchni3 and J_-.ITs,   -   Attendants.  PROFESSIONAL.  HHAS. R. CARLYON,  ^     ,  V"*' , o- - ���������  , ��������� Bappistsi'-at-Law, Solicitor <,  and Notary. "Public.  .Tt.-OI-'FJCK:   Mail Imiidinf?, Jiuvolstakc, H. ('.  CITIZENS '^^        *'  PREVENT DISEASE  ]���������})-'pu'rifyinir  your   yards   and  outhouses with ��������� . '  CHLOBIDE OF LIME  * ,       ���������,: or :���������  OOPPEEAS  SURE DISINFECTANTS.'  n  ���������  H. ELLACOTT,"  l!.-\. sc. (.M(t::i.i.i.  I't-iipiHeidi [.nnd Sttrcei/oi:  Surveys uvrciitcil in any pat l of Lliu  I'rovinci;  v.itli accuracy and (li-|.,it(.-li.  I'')X I'i-       '     " ROSSLAND, B.C.  ��������� For sale at ���������  ABEY'S DRUG STORE,  KEVSiSTOKE' STATION, B. C,  -Mail orders piomptly attended to.  ' ILLECILLEWAET, B.C.  The. Pioneer Hotel of the Pioneer  amp -of West Kootenay.   '  Ql  TAILORS.  REAL ESTATE AND MIKING.  Tun closing of (lie l.ossland stock  .excliiinge has fui nislied a text for  many leading articles and occasioned  no little speculation. as to tlie per-  jna'nenee and stability of (be town as a  .niiniiig centre. JMany there aie who  allcct to believe that signs of decay ii'ie  already visible and tli.il it is otilv a,  .question of timrij when   the   town   'will  ':have gone   the   way   of   the    a id-age ).<;, jnj,,', employment  boom    town,   while,   then;   are    others  whose faith iu its   possibilities   is   still  .strong.  . . .  Tbe (hop in prices of stocks and  the  ,verv small amount   of   business   being  A Smooth-tongued Promoter.  .    Dr. (Jiistiiens Hamilton (frittin, president   of  tbe   Nnnaiino   Coal    Co.    and  nimihciless other  concerns   Iiy, which  be has succeeded   in1" fleecing  numbers,  of  people,   who    lecenlly 'ilW;ippe.-n-cd  from    New     York,      leaving     behind  numerous  victims   mourning  the  loss  ,of I heir cash and wondering what,   had  become of the   sniool h-longued   quadroon physician, is well known all over  the I'acilie coast.    In ISSS f J i-ilTin bond-'  ed a large tract of coal land in   Hritish  Columbia, and endeavored |(l  <-dl   out  ,-it ail  advance  (if  $.")0(),(lOO   lo    Hoberl  Ihmsmuir.    Tlie ileal fell iluough, find  (.riflin   was   so.   exasperated    thai    he  wrote   many    anonymous    letters   ,(o"  Duusmuir,   threatening   his   li|'(..    Jle  was finally arn-sled in Victoria,   11. C,  convicted ami s-nli'ni"d to  live  years'  penal set vil tide.  niiriug (.'i i/lin's , 11 ial i( (levelo|i<>d  I bat. l,be quadroon doctor was an all-  cround eiook., Ilis real n.-une is Jean  Ijiiptiste Lebl.-inclie. lie is a .-nil <,('  ,i French j.lumh.'i-and ,-i iieifress. aid  vv as'horn in I be Island nf li.iyii., He  left, the island ,-il ,-in e.nly ,-i(je. niid  went to Mugl.ind and 1 hen (-. J'Y.inoo,  finally being eng;ig"d .-is v iib-l in (ius-  tavus (,'ril'iii-', ,M. 1.)., AI. A., who was a  prominent member of I he Kivneli Ac-  iidemy. I.eblanche picked up many of  the I'm nis of yi tot! soeiel y w bile in   Dr.  C. fE. SHAW,  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson townsite,,  Hkvui-^tokh.  I3.C  J >    S.  WILSO-V,     ,   ,  .1 \:  Local ICerchant Tailor.  Good rooms, newly furnished.     -     - .   -      Best table in town  Choicest Liquors and Cigars.    Commercial Room.  ���������   T. RICHARDSON, P,  KATE3 $1 TO $2.  ROP  Order .-ind Kcady-.Made.  (.     ,    To .suit figure or purse.  ltevo!slok; Station', E.C,  C. S: DOUGLAS,  ' i  Real'.Estate and Mining Broker,  , 133 Cordov.i S'.., VA^COI/VSIi, B.C.  .     T., MATHEWS,'  Real Estate and JYIinino" Hrokcr  319 Cordova St., ���������   ,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  ,' .Mining storks and ])i-opeilies bought  and sold on commission. Cm rcspoud-  ence solicited.  c  iAMFF.FAAj k CO.  Fashionable Tailors.  e CROWN POINT. HOTEL   TRAIL.   B.C. -' '  Lighted thioug-hoLiL with electric li^lu.     IJiuhs, and all modern  improvements.  PETERSEN   BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.  Kirit-Clnss in Every Respect.  Sample-rooms for Commercial Men.  w  till H������  -e  (Jor. Ih-oiid St. iK: Trounce Ave.,  Oppnsiicdhe Driard,  Lat e of Cioverniiieu.l Sired,,  v:cror."'A, s. c.  Iloix.ilers of  l''iiK; Senloli ;iii'l   Kuril's!,  fJf.fids.  BEAUMONT BOGGS &. CO.  Miiiino- Hrokers,  VICTORIA, B. C.  rnilO.MAS HROS. ifc'GKANT,  ���������TAiLORS-  Suils from $12,  Pauls from i'y.i.  Sample and , measurement   forms sent  '       on ap|ilie;il ion.  92 Government St.,  White la'ooronly. ' 4 VifclTORIA,   B. C.  MISCELLANEOUS.  FRANK -VAN PALL, Puopriktok.  Mines and Mining" Stocks.  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.  BARBERS.  ^  McNeil,  BARBER SHOP A:-TD BATH ROOM,  Front Street.. Iic.voisfnke.  Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  o '     Tickals for S1.0U.  fT    L.JOHNSON,  ���������   ��������� ,  lii:vi-:i.yi'6ivi: Station', 15.C  "   , GUY. BARBER,  ,  WATCHHAiCER ANJ)'JBWE-.L33  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  i REVELGTo'kril, B. C.  TAS. McMAMON. ..  I ' , "    t1  General Blacksmith & WoD-hYDrlior  Ivepaiis to Wiijrons.    Tools Sharpened.  ..snoK'iNd  H,  s rcci.u/rv.  Best 'i'aiilo; in TewDj Weil fliir-RishsEl Rooms,  ij  Choicest -Wises,0 Lipors and Cigars. ��������� * ���������  ,  ., ', Everything Stpietly fipst-ClasSi  Terms 32 per, Clay.     ' ,.   Kaniloops Beer on'Draught'  GQjVCIVlEI^OI-A.L  hotel  Corner of Hastings and Cambie Streets,  ���������'     ,      . VANCOUVER?  B. C.  liipiiliped   with   r.Iev.-itoiY   Kieelric Hell--.    " iie.t'i.ed   with   hot   waler.   ami all  'modern   improveinenL-:.       , ,,                l        ,              '            ���������  ,   . ���������                           '-                i      a  K.-tles %���������! per day.   '.    .                 " .        (l.TIIOJIAS, I'miPHlKTim.  OV-  \r  ui  I  In.MauIi. ISSti, ( l.eblam he, oi t.'rif-  lin. \v;is arrested in Dos .Vn^.-les i^u a  chat <yr of embe/./.h-ineiil. He .started  '.-i      hot; us   ( 11:111111, i tc i) ('   company   there  .sojji" monl h-; before,  .-111(1������ succeeded in \ .~~~ _f ���������  m\ imllim; larious people   out  'of  sums |   J"|,      1   I C'\ IV I )  Haircut and shave 50c.  jfe-aes-^,.  ���������^=������ws5?r Comfortable Parlors.''  , Opposite liriig Sf.orc.  CO-STKAPTOSS ANt! BUILDERS.  ..done ciiused tlie suspension, lml. lie.- . of nione\ .m^i-I'mitinir Sil.tioo. 'I.e- ]  .cau.se the sitock'-jobbeis' li,-i\e made .-, | I'l.m. he .pimped his bail, fled In \'i<-|  miss it does not" follow' that    the   citv|tn,ia' "��������� ������'������������������������������������'">  ������������������������'-   Il'"l"> co���������vi,-ied. ,  ('onPraa'or   and Builder,  .will ha\e to :j(> out of   business.     It* is  ,e> lid   tllilt MM V f"W.   it"    iUIV  ils st.-it i d  alitive.     II"   \va-   iclea-e.l    in  lleeember.   IM'L'.,   (liitl'm   b.is , be.-n   !o-  u-uniinent    t.,l(l.(i ,lt  l>iit.bm:_'. Pa.  .practical mining men   weie   conneetefl I -   ,       -*���������     - - -  .with the concern. J Lawk-ssnOMS m <Blltte.     *���������  T]-u i.eiU-tion.-trv peiind for IJossland :...,.,.        , .    ..    '  r    ^ " ��������� ���������     ' ������- | S.'Velill     i..,.!|\'lll.l       ll)i'!'.       Mr IlliliUir      ���������    ---       - -   .camp lias set. in l.ni it does not bv any    iim,,|,Mu  , f , ; ������������������;,.... i   bu-i,.,.,-  .,,���������.     i ruW.MM) WiiST.  means mean iin eclipse: tiie   canip   lias    pi ot'i -;rs,.i! m,. u. lt.iI !'.-.���������'! .1 the iiidi- ������  '           ..\--(..s. '. uf i:<..\,il s,>h.,nl ui Aline-  ,                  ...                 ���������        ���������    ii j                      -i               ,   ��������� *     I.< i,.l. i,, i'.n,jl .ml i  too    many   ������.food    piopeities    tot    thai. ��������� loiini- m t.iii." on.- n.^nt Lis;  ������,-,.!, in .       .                .              .-,,,..  11                                                                            t .           ,, K:n-.ng   EnG:;iccr,    Analytical    Cacraist  There lias been    ptoduced   up   to   date    ������v>| on*.- (.. hm- | i.l.'-c  *.������������!   !-   i���������..,.|  t��������� ��������� a=a  A������ayor.  I'I. nis, md   Spei ilii-.it io'is  prepared   on  s|,(ii l unlit e*.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.      '  ASSAVERS.  p,H. HEAP3 &. CO.,  Jlfac.'/iuerv Brolcers,  .".(,(1 (.'ni.I.)'. .1 SI reel,   ,  VANCOUVER,   D.C.  itui'ttiHToi:.  UUUA11U1I11  x&  '''  ��������� ,.). ALmOUTSToA'!-:,  ' a ���������  '   _ l       .  Tli3���������Dining.Bocai is* k?:kP ^.with tha best lhe.  ���������'    ' PT  y ' i     i?>    ~> ' '       ��������� >  JiiaiiiuO .aitOiilb.  FOR SALE--A (|ii.uit,it.v of li--;l.l. second luind  Steel l.'.iils.  J. R. HULL & CO.  en    pi.Mluced   li])   to   date    "   ' " '   r.   '' '  .'  I ,_       w,,i,ii-���������i      i������ l- ���������        . Cl'Usldi I    tb'--e:";  .about     100.000    tons    ot    ore   ..r   the  i ,t tl 11- I[,.-.-! 11,  -.!;-..,(... ;, I j. .������������������_r):l  -   . !���������".'.���������;.'   ������ J iif-1  ahon>,   l.\    the   '..������  "  ii\era-c .valuy of S.'^O per ton   and   \et    h.^   h>,f,'tl     r. ,,, , ���������,-. _,_     p.i,,,^,^   ..,���������  tl.ecaiiip is  in   its   infancy   as   put    ,i , nun ile; im;   1. ;���������  -c\ . ,.-1   r,,n.-:l i.-.     Ti .  .mine is \et lliurou^iilv opened tip.  The    -iln.iii'.iMi..--..   ';.s|\ ,1'.,,,^-,,)  ,..)  ,     r>:  .camp    owes    nothing    in    the     stock  .i(.iml)|(M- e.\c..-|.)i .-tin set b.ielc   \yhich   ir  mi    t  1       '", l ,-!'. ,-' * .i-llill - 1 ..II I  .!;.'! on.  \l-  \i-y 111:nvi:I:. 'it. c.  Wholesale    and   Retail  BUTCHERS.  Purveyors of Hi^h-chiss Meals.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All orders in our line ������vill be  |)romplly  ���������    al1 ended Lo.  TSie Staff of Life  is Bread. ������������������  THE-BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH,THE CHOICEST  ������/INES; LIQUORS AND CIGARS.   ���������  TBAVELLEES  Can    procure    at    the.    principal , Motels  ��������� THORPE'S   SODA   WATERS,  Awards for Excellence World's Fair 'o;.  r  ii  s-*r A  .   itUUM  itnu i   li    s    a   r, e   &  AlinAIIAIM-SON   niiOH.,  Puoi'uiKToiiK.  PEL  si,In IM"  I o .-I'd   I ',������'   I  (,)!< i'  i|i J   i I  ei.toi '-ii.ir la,;. and oid-i   .. ,d   I im u" * _r  t .ii- i 11 hi in-' i-~   i '>���������   !''-;'.'    -i ���������>'   j ' .'U.'d-  j.iay experience, ami    the   j.eim.tneme    uUrf!     Tw(i   _.|t.     ,,���������.,,,���������.,,.,.,������������������.  and st.-il.ility is   in   n>-\\ isc 'd.q.eii.-lent     ���������uu..b>M iiu lo'..   .. t  .- .. .b .���������.)..��������� J  j.ipnii   him.     IJe   is   not.  .'i    souue    of    aneih'-r  of   loo .'s   in.   . \<,i|ti   ..  , .'.i,j-    ;  .^tlC-i.irtll,    lull     of    weakness-,     to    the     mii I '- uri ���������     .p|o,u"-.|   '..   v-,,.,1.    \M I b  ^ ' ! he  I oilC' ,' I..1    -b. il'V-    '!'���������(��������� I ���������     lio    (I,.i      t  .Cillllp. ' l  i>K[.!.i:\\   ll.MJVKV. I.'.C.S. j ... ,  , y ,     ..-.; i���������. v. i;,,^ ,,���������.,. m vV {[.j.;, i I he l)etter the bre.'ic! the better  .1/1 n'nt/ i.'nijii" efitii'i A ^^nijei, i  .- .>   /. i  \ w-.ii Villi. 15. ( .  ,    Ol.f-c'. .n^ S.r-io t  r Pu p a Sr>2cialtv. !  -   The New Tariff and Freight RaU1?.  .���������ml i h.i' i i 'ii1.-   n,   ;.' i i  I lie ( I ill.ii, ll .  hi i   I,-.'���������1,1   I.i  1 '     it.,*i li-' !    -  '--Zi: -   i',  ' ')'   ll  ..In- .  '1         .   .           i.    '  1        '      mi  ���������I -   .inn  ni-. ..  '       il, 1  (I. ,,  ..."      il.  ,  il..  .', in    '..'��������� 1"        '1  (.,'   1         1...  .,..'.'    1     |  ,.     ', 'il.  u  . i .',/  1   i    ,.     |'l"     -  li       '  .. .1,.   ���������.!,'  i)   '   , ' .  ,  .(        '...  jo, ^i'  Tho Banks G:h::.t|  W ������������������. M >;,  ,4  ll is rep. .1 C-<1 that  I hf-m-iv f. 11 111'  iui .  Jll-le.iily 11)1(1 IliOi e i-tfeel. . .ii 11 .-i;,' b I  I ,ite . ,  Jl). Ill people ,in. lie. s.iy- the   \V ,1, li!| clC N'"-"l    ' " f' < '   'I.'    'le-   b  - ' ��������� I,-.    '.I    II.'  Triltiiiie.     Tin-I'.'din I am   in   the   uoo I'l-'iuae   ni-   -... b   an     h.ih.i    ,���������  dillies. alliiiiimr Alnei k.iii _-oo.|- lo   be iimu.-'y be. p ']<>; ..-tl . .1 r   lhe, I   n;.".1     '  illlpolled.     the    I.lies   on    chilli      We|.- b.il.Us   .11 ������I    ".    lb-     f'-.'i'ilioi    (.(-,,i  jnei ious|\ jaohibil i\.-.   Iii.   ni.ilt-i i.ill\ I"1"1    S.������ \ i: lt-     '   ir.l>- rl���������    . t  reduced I he iiin.ui.di l.il,..- and   iiilnuid |"' nl        Th ���������    Link-    ,n.      m-i'i-    i  ;-;iles ti oui Monti.-i-l.in.1 Onl.n i . j.i.inl-. I'  tn-nitr lo   ,n.i-pl    ti-.n. ������������������    oi,   d, j.,    '  ���������The rales  on   ih    u'o.hN   |.i-t   -. .,-..,11 b. ,11 in;_r ii.l m . .1.    '-'���������.. I. .!.���������[.- 1 " .-    ,.,  .iv,is TJ, 1-1 jiLs 1 f\  liimdi. il.     This   \e,n, mad.-   uilb   tin u.    m.'    oc!\     \< ,     -it.  li.-fote the tarilf   .11111. .1111. .- nl-   w,; e keepmif .1 ml  ..1 >���������   pi. 1 1 d   u.   lie   l.nk  jimiile. it. war |.l.ic'-d iilli" 1 em-,    Since umb-i  ( ei lain   (ondii.on-    1-   1.,    n.if  tbe new larilf c.iiiie ii),  and   A mei ii :i n i di ������������������ v, al;      Kiei \ I inie^    now    iide.ii.-  ^iiiiiN could be s(,hl b  lhe i.ile while ' I li-''  lli'M >��������� is lo 1 o,a    1 . di . Imn   in   He  ledum .illy    remainiiiK   the   s,,mi.,   j,.,. I a I.- of 111I.-1 e -I  |en|.|.ie  ji,..  nl,n-.  Jieen re(lu(<-d to iui|iortei- iu  C,2  r-enis. 1 In I bis r niui.'i i i. ii il  is m.   . t 1 ��������� ;.   hi >���������.  ���������This i~ lo lil".-l   I he    I.lie   on    the   other \ '"l ��������� I .  that   >i ', . 1.11.  I.uu'. I\   11 I.-i.    I. .'    11  side, w bich,  ll.'lll   I'illshinjr lo    Wllilli- miilil.L'   piopo   it ,i.|i-,   .11 e    1   ,\   1 "     ,.i\  pi'K. lake and tail  viii  niilulh, aim mils ' bi^'b  ial's   cl   ii,|.n    I    |.|    n < 1 > \    01,  ii. .77 cellls.     J|    is   -:iid    lhal    aflei'lhe 1 oll.il .-i a I s,., m J| \       '11,1-.   -'.n-      1     1.  ;aiitf .iniiomiceinenl  tin-0.   I'.    If.   mul , i-li ii",'.'. i- mil    n'/Mibd   .-   .,   In    llh\  iiini mcji nut leiii'lber in ,M..nt i-.-,.| ami ' omlil ii.u of ,1 IT 111 - .11 d  !.,  jnet th*' 1-irilT   by   a   lednctio-i   0:1   I be ' end iu Iii.a in ia ' d i- a --I <-r.  price of I be (.'i.i.d-.,    on   11  ��������� J. A. MtUiVi-lci.n:. F.C.S..  Assaycr anii Rvmi K:i^inier,  the staff. <^^ss=������^  A. N. SMITH,  Baker" aiid Confectioner,  Rkvplstoki: S'ia'tion'.  lC& Tj  d  A  ; 11 v. ;'' ��������� -  \ , 1. *.    * .  1     1 ', -   t 1 1 . i    1  Wholesale and Retail i  . , BUTCHEfl . . I  First-class Table   +   Good Beds   ���������   Fire-piroof Safe  Telephone   ���������   'Bus Meets all Trains.  ^^E"v-T^]Jl;S*z,OJs:E.    b.o.  DUF,=,M'Q  'fJc s\i[}u1q\w personal o^rc   mil rl.������  uu.u.  Tt airrr   b  LL  ^3* *. I 1  'aP.MAIIAJISON   I'.lioS.,  Pitoi'itim-oKH.  fivcrylhing new and First-class in all Respects.  flic Hoiiso is stocked with tl^Finest Wines .and Cigars in the Market  ���������TROUT   JLiJL.X<:TJ   OITT,   33_0-  ���������i  e    I    'l-l  G'>>- ���������'c ^\   -  ^X^'S'fe-     kjAi^'\  : k^sxyxprqTP  <?"&���������      .'/  \     ft:,  I),' \ l.l-.ll   IN'  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  ommerciai  -A.   SPECIALTY.  1kootena\; fiftail * * * IRev'elstohe, B.C.  e   oui-    hand.  F Rr-'D. M   XIJ~  IA\t\tr   f_//,}fi  f.f-f;  '1 lie ( 1.) I I-   pit,  (lorn e  ,1 I     be 1 lllpl 1 I I 1  1  m  JTHIHTY-^FVFMTH YEAR.    -V   4-    <���������  |-t-     ������������������    V/OrlLh'Vv'IDE-: ClfiCULATION.  Tv/cnlyPa^cs; Weekly; IH'istratcd.  :iH  ILVERTOh  The future commercial centre of the Rich Slocan.  THE SILVER TOWN  M OF SLOCAN LAKE.  ;ind ,1   redui-lion   of   Ilie   1 .if ��������� - ���������.   mi   t h" .\ 1 < 01 dm;.'   lo   ll >���������   111..-I     ie ��������� nl    ,u.  ol her, .-ill llou^li I lie l.il ler u.i^ mil made     uoiiiir.'iiii-i.l     1. ���������yra 1.111114,   .ippoml ment-  illl'ilie nor wen- Ilie published    1 ;i I <-s ,, i-     t o I b'- (' I'. I,' . ,M .-. f'1..  -��������� w 111 I 1  e 1 in-: .1!     of   i le- 1 ill 1 1 11,11 e ai 11 fold    minim;   i-'.ii    I  U'l'i'd.     This   u;is   uei es^ai-y   I'tn' C.in.i-     m;is|.,|   n ei ha ,,|.- of   lie- lil.es   Wi-I    of      \ eul 'on, 1.1 be Imlil 1 ���������,   I)eii\.-r.   .Inly   7,  diaii iii.i. uifiicliiMTiH lo  h..|.l   lb.,   t.i-iide    loin,   Wfillnim :   I*'.    W.   .imies   v, iii . | e ; .-Mind J I, nIiiuvs lci'.-iii. umoi-i-m., Im.-.   I.een j )        }yiI)rL^'d\^\I^lliP^-~P-^  ii.ssi.sl.-inf:    lolh"    imimitfer,     and     all | a.wa k.'iieiMlnOmchoiil I h" enl ire l.'nil.ed j |'rn������i!E iiOViAViS ?ER YEAR, i'OSTPAID. 1  Mssift.ii ul.   s-up'ei iiitelidenl.s    haee    been i Slules-,   pa rl ieiil.'i il y    ,'lin'.ti|;    prurl ici'd     .V  \v;is shown I y the fuel, some Winnipeg  houses lift (I phtced I'lrd.ers for -t^immy  jiH 11 tliousiiiid ke-^s of miils in a nine;l(-  ///(ler wil.li Aijp'ri('.'ii) firms ,-ts  soon   ;i*  promoted "lo I he   posi I ions, of si'iperju-    milling people and those   iiif.e'resled   in  l.i.Mideuls. i Miiiiins!; enterprise,1.-;  dAMPir cctiss met*.  ���������MFfllHflAND.SCIEHTIVJCPRESS,  r   ��������� MifHWi /uiti.SGii'^unbrr.tvij,       .  ',9.20-MmwhtST.,   Bau Ffiy-MCi!/:r), Cai... 5  li.'tfkcd    1)\     |);iyr<;lls    of---The    Cinlena    l;arm ��������� Wakefield���������  Fishermaiden     I'rescotl- - \'ancniiver----'r]iornp.son���������y\lpha  Keed-Robertson ���������   Stewart        V;mcc)uver   and    Buffalo  '.Mines. '���������' ''      '    . f 'X'P i'i  Lots $7". a:>.      Ea������y. t'crzss.      Cicai''t:t:o.   ���������' Kosiste-rcil pla.:������. ,v  GEO.  H. SUCKLING, Silverton,  B.C. 0  TIIE KOOTENAY ^1A1 h.  PAGE %  SHELLED TO DEATH.  The Notorious Indian 'Murderer   Dis-  ���������    posed of by Police Artillery.  The news of the killing of sever.-d   (if  ,i' the mounted  police   while  alloniplim;  to arrest .Alillicitly  Voice,   Ihe   Jndi.-in  iniirderer, near Dm k Lak>'   last   week,  caused considerable excitement  Ihioughout the country. On Thiii-Mlay  a party of the Northwest mounted  police set, oil" lo cal,ch AimiLdil v Voi( e,  w ho wa.-, lienifj tracked by a half breed  .scout   named   Venue'.    This   man   was  shot from an ambush iu the bluffs  aud  . i  seriously    wounded.      -V   charge    was  made on the blulV, bul/llie   Indians  escaped.    Twelve policemen, under ('apt.  Allan, of J'rinci.'Albert, Mii'i'-le'd in pursuit.    The parly   came   on   Ahni.n'hl y  Voice next uioriiiii������ al.!) o clock,  when  '  lie shot ('apt! Allan, breaking his arm,  and   Ser.<;l.   Haven   wa-. shot   1 hroiiu;h  the j^roin.    As il was impossible t o dis-  ," lodge   tlie   Indians   without   reinforce-  meiiUs    the   police   retired   with   their  wounded men.   Later I hree policemen.  Po.stmaster Grundy, of Duck Lake, and  another civilian,   nppi o.-K.-hod   ll'.e  ambush, when (..'orpin al Hock in, Constable  , Kerr   and   Postmaslei     Gundy     were  fatally spot, the  latter   two  dying   instant ly a'iid Hockin   living   only   tlnee  1 lours.  The volunteers, from Prince Albeit  arrived at the, bluff a'.unil S p.m. on  Saturday, under command of James  McKay, Q. C\, and took ,-r position  , around Ihe blulf. Shortly after 2."i  police fi oin' ' Regin.-t in c(iiumand of  Inspector Mcl>omicl came in, bringing  with t.lioni a nine-pouudi'i- gun. and  commenced lo shell the bluff' about  si a.in. Sunday, keeping up a lire tor  about two hours, during which time  the bluff was much cut' up. The  Indians not returning the lire Ihe  shelling,was slopped at II a.'in. After  a consult nl ion amongst, the officers, a  general charm' was ordered. t,lic  volunteer.s keeping up a contiliuon.s  r- (' fir.-'as thby charged. When they arrived al t.he rifle, pits they found all  the Indians had h.-en .shot. " Aluiig,hl y  Voice" was literally riddled 'Willi bulb-Is, aud (be oilier Iv.n, Indians,'wei e  'mm tally    wounded . in   m'\ eral   places.  Police Constable Kerr a; id M r. Gi'Ulid v's  i .' *>  b .dies were found about twenly- van s  fro in   the   pit.    both   shot   in   several  places   in   Ilie   head   and ' body.    They  '   were stripped of" their clothing, which  was found on the bodies of ( he I Indians.  ���������    After the bodies of  tlie' three   Indians.  had    been    identified    they    weie    left  where   thev   fell.    The'v    had   no   jiiu-  munition, when !oimd. except    lor   I !.e  pistol,    and    for   proyN-.m*.'   they,   had  neeled the bark fiom about, thirl v trees  and eaten it.   On Friday I hey -diot two  crows which Hew over the hliiiV, which.  with the   bark,   is  about   all   Ihe   food  they had i-inco they look refuge in   the  blulV.        ' ' " . ,  The bodies of  the   muidored   police  were  taken   to   Pi ince  Albert,   where  they were buried on Tuesday, and   Lhe  remains of Mv. Grundy were  removed  to his residence al Ui'ii k Lake.  Aluiiirliiy ��������� Voice's  victims  since   he  escaped   fionijhe   police   in   ]S!).">  are:  Killed, Sergeant. Colehrooke.   Corporal  llockin   aud   Constable   Ket r,   of  the  Jlounled      Police,     and       Postmaster  Grmidv.   of   D.ick    Lalce:     wounded,  Capt. Allan, Se.-gt.   Haven   and   Seoul  Venue.  Thec scene  of   the   lale   trr.uble   was  about  ten uiile.s almost due east (if   Lhe  spol where.General .Middl."ton's column  branched from tlie main ti.iil  lo   enter  R-ito'clio''i;i   ."May   1SS5.    T!ie��������� marks   of  the trenches dug'   by   the   volunteers  around I heir f enls are st ill \isible, and  oilier   signs   of-  Middlelon's   camping  places  are   to   be  seen.    The   outlaws'  retreat was little short, of impregnable.  I3ult.scl.-id with (kmse  poplar,   with   a  strong growth  of   willows,   entangled,  entwined   and   mulled,    showed     the  greafrisk of any! lung like a   i ush.    ll  will impassable to, the   men   on   horse-  backhand those on  foot  had   lo   make  headway   on   (heir  hands  and   knee.s.  Thebluit'is  about 2111)  yards   hmg   by  about (!() wide.  the    woman    must   at   least   consent.  Against \ iolence it is the duty   of   the  community to guard the weaker se.\ Iiy  tho necessary penalties, however,-seveie  thev may lie.     J Jut in  the   absence   of  violence a woman in   a civilized   country is the guardian of lier   own   honor.  To tell lier that she is not the guaidian  of her own honor and  that if she   fails  she will.be tie.-itedas a passive   victim,  while   tlio   pariner   of   her   guilt    will  alone be punished, is to lead 'her-into  temptation.     The passion   with    which  these legisl.-ilois, mo dealing i.s the most  masteiful in lituimn natuie.'      Weie it  less  powei ful    men    would    not    be   so  easily found to   lake   upon   themselves  tlie inaiuteiiaiieo of a wife and   family.'  In an aililicial stale of' society,   wheie  marriage i.s deferied, it  is   too   certain  tint there will be abcrrulioi's;, and   in  dealing with these the iion severity of,,  (he legislator may well l,e Wmipei ed bv  something of the   spirit   of   tlie   wise  physician.     Of all cures  for .(his   dire  evil t he best is   the.   prospeiity   which  pei mils early   maniage.      As   a   rule,  when   lhe   people, ase   well to-do' aud  happy, they will'be moi.d."  Sir Clias-. Topper is nol going to  London for the jubilee. He is coming  to British Columbia instead.  DOERING & MARSTRAND.  y Brewing Company,  ..Vancouver; b.c.  Alexandra Lager and Poller, in   Kegs  'and JjQltlesf  ' Always; reliable.  ~~7~ ,  notiobT  rpiIAT the i iiitcre-i in llio Little- J-'.ills placer  J, .-l.iiiii situ.ili-il (in l-'rt neli ('rcuk. Jlif< J'cnd.  mill owned lij Anion- Unwell' i.f 'I'.ii.-iiiii.i. will  l.e -ild l.v j.u'l.lii- .Lii.-l i./ii .it the Coin I House in  lieu 1-li.ke. i lie -.u'lid .lay (if .luiic'.al I'i o'clock  ilium, in |i.iy ,i-.si-si'nii-iil iliu; iin'ioiiitliiii; 10 ������JU,  ci.si of .L-lviilisiiitr.iiii! cvpcnsest'f .sale.  -  Uvor.Ur.  (iL*S I.l'XI). TUan.c-'i-r.  Dated nL Kevc-lslolvi- this  l.>th,>l>ay of M,.y.  IMI7.' ' ."ill  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  Best of everything'o-oino-.  RUSSELL   &  HEROD,   Prop's.  To the Printing Trade of B.C.  Scared'His Speech Back-.  A reinai kable case of lhe recovery of  speech ,-111(1 lie.-iriug is re|Kilted ill tile  London Lancet from the can Ion of  Ticino in Switzerland. An Italian,  aged 11 years, who five years' airo became a deaf mute in consequence, of a  serious disease, was startled by lhe  sudden appe.-ti,-nice of a runaway horse.  As he'juinped aside lo avoid the a nimal  he ul te'red a loud stream^ nnd al'lei it  had gone by found that he was'able (o  talk and hear. ,     ,   <  Steel That Cuts Glass.  If il, be  line   Ih-it. lhe  experiment-;  made Iiy .Mr. .Maxim iu   his  laboi ,-itory  .il Wayne,   I\le.,   have   resulted   as   is  claimed, a, new steel for. armor-plating  can be   ui-ide   lo-'resist   aijy   projectile  now known, even when Ihiowu by tin  highest, exjilosh e'sj and when ihe1 plat-  i,'.ng is tliin'ner than I h.il. now employed.  .Mr. Maxim believes tlie steel  niade   by  'his new piocess idenl ii .-il with   (hat of  ancient  India.     11 has b"cn slat ed that  'the brothers   Jl.'ivi n   .ir.-   fitting   up   a.  m.inuf.iclory in  London   for  lhe  cumin ei cin I pi oductioii of 1 liis metal,   fi'bm  w hich chisels and   di ills   have  alrefidyc  been made wliich the   most  (clebialed  steel    luamifiH-l in (jr.s  of   London   have.  pi< muii'.'ced    ������������������'the     inott.     wonderful  product of  modern t imes.    Tlu-.v   h;ive  been found'to  stand   wonderful   tests.  A -mall' knife   blade,   made   from   the  .M.uii'i! steel,   possesses   tbe   wonderful  power of eul 1 ii>l>   glass   with   as   much j  ease ,-is if I he' glatrs wei ��������������� chalk."  /Sv ^ jag ^  r'fcitA*l*Z ���������-*  Notice to Joint Stock Companies.  rj^H 10 following sect ion, numbered ](il,  <j of the ���������'Companies Acl,* ISUT," relative to the issue of a fvi-i- miner's  certificate is published for I he information of .101 NT STOCK, COM PAMIRS.  '    . JA.MKH.  BAKU!!.  * Mitti-iee'iif Mtitcx.  Pi-iieiiit-ittl Secet/tiri/'s Office, <���������  ��������� ��������� J.',lli Mitij. JVi't.       '     '  llil. Xoi n illisU'-n.li.iiri.'iv i'i nu' lolliccinil ,c y  in s(;.-i inn i of tin: "^ii'i '���������', A-.. I})" " or ���������>!!,���������  lifyii I <j! llio "1'l.icei- ?.); .'...' ,\i i. l.sJM.'' or i-Nu-  w Ik'1-.j ill I in' s.i'.l'Aci - < ��������� ii. i" i '.��������� iniiiiiii; l.iiv ������  of tlie I'.-m ill' <-. no five ie .','. svu,.ili( >t<; tl\.\'\  liuis<ii(d iu ii.loinl ^l.i'K ('uinn.iin I'.n-.i l.-.n-^cr  p.-i-in.l iliiin line vi in-, .-ind sn.-'i .-eitiliciUL-sinill  d.-iiu limn tbc :',Hih il iy ol .liinu in on.-ii yc.u-;  anil every f'.'o .niiu'r^' c.-i-lili.-.iirj l.cld li.v u  .li.i.n S|,���������'|; i -oinp.in.V al tlio i.. i ~.s i 11 vr of iIihAlI  slii.'1 ..,��������� v -.' .1 in..I .-\:->l'ini;jinul iiml sli.dl nspnu  on ti.u li'i. a d.-vy 'ol .line.'. 1MI7. L'poii nppl> inn  l .ic-1 -u any such ci-i'liticiilu on or l.ul'oio s.ii.l  ;iiill. il.ij- 'of' .line.', Il.e .l.imr .Sli.ol: Company  ,s|inll l.c (.nlilli-il In il i.-'iMti; of n pnipnrl ion.ilu  .'Uiiiiiim ofn fcii p,i id lor a cerlilicile iioiclofoi-c  i-s,n'(| ii'-.-oi-diin,' K. tlie fiiil!ic-i', lime for vv liiuli  i) would bill for this .section liu'v e been valid.  0-11 < ,    '     ,  JOIIOjIK, for sevi'r.il years vvitb the Amui'i-  ��������� cnn'Typo Kniiiidu.-s Co., has bec-n placed  in uli.ii-^u ol tlie Hir.tiin of ll.e Toronlo "I'.vpi;  Foundi-y, in the J'rov ince, and vvill in,ike liis  lic-ulqiiiii'tfi's at. Viiiiijouvt-r, H. ('. A lull liui-  of Anil, & 'Wiboi-tf't, (-(.'lelir.ileil inhs vvill be  kepi in' .sloek I hciv; and a .stock of cjliiidci-  presses, job presses anil paper cullers vvill be  kepi al, liuvulstoku.    If you   waul  nil  esliiiii.lc  sCII'l lo  .1. V.. OI.'OJIK.  o     Vii.icinivei-, HA'.  A Kent for I be nnisl i-oinpl.-lc Priiitei-s' .supply  house in Caiiadn. ,        I-tf  IMPERIAL   BANK  OF-'CAHADA.  THE KOOTENAY LUMBER CO., LTD LBY-  LARDEAU, B.C.  Manufacturers of  ^liing'Ies, Hough and Dressed  ine, Cedar and Fir Lumber,  "in>^  Capital Authoi-izod,  Capital Paid-up, -  -  (Rest,   32,000,000  1,003,600  1,150,800  GKRADED STOCK:  , i.  Well" seasoned    -"   -    -   .Clear  Cedar.  Wide,  Clear Cedar and Pine for  Bar and Counter, Tops. '  "        . .        ������������������        ��������� ���������  ExLra lony dimensions' a s|)ecialiy.      '      ,   ���������  '    '     ' . ''���������' P.O. ARROWHEAD,'B.C.  SrRECTOaS : ���������  H. S. HO\VI:ANI>,        -        -        Pi-csitiont.  T. K. KE^IilTT,    -    -     Vice-President.  Williasi Ramsay. Ti.-a.iji> K.'y.in. ZSolicrt  JaS'r.'.y., T. Sutherland Siayacr.  i  Head Office,   ,- ' -    TOROi\'TO.  D. R. V/ILK1E, General Manager.  '      BRA N CJJJSS IN ONT. I I!fO :  K.ssev, Fergus, Gall, Injwi-soll.  Xi.iK.ii-.i'I''.ilN.  1'ort. tVillini-nc. Tti'l J'm-t.iw. St. C.UliiU'ini's,  Sunlt  rfte.   ?.Iai'io,  ril.   Thoin.is,   W'eil.uiil,  "    ' Woodstock. ���������> O  f('or. AVclliiiKton Sl..md Lr.uU'i-kane  Toiionto   Yoiiffc and (.'iiucn Wis. Hi-.uich.  I. Yontreaiul Hlnor Sts. lii.meli.  Bh'ANCIItiS INNORTHAVEAT: '  Brandon, Man. Pol-La^.;, ha. "I'rairie. Jinn.  Calvary. .Mbcvln. I'l-inee Albert, riask.  JOdiiionlon, Alta.   Winnipeg, Man.  '     H"n 1 T/Sfl (X) L UM l JIA':  Vancouver.       .... Hevc-Klnko.  DP.   LEAKE,, DVC.E.  , Mining Engineer and Metallurgist      j   . ������  --REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C ���������  Assays on Gold'and Silver.'     J  Analysis of All Metals made at lowest pates.  "     - ' ' ,, , [ . '  Proiiijil   .-Hid   Correct,   Uosulls   < Ju.-ir.-uiteeil.     I-Jejloi-Is in-ido on iiroportics,  e.tc.     (l\\ e me ;i call. -   *  1        '       AGENTS:  I.oniion. Esc... blnyd's Hankvl.ld.  Jlankof .Miintix'.il.   *  Ni:vv Yoitic,  A general brtnUlnj bus'uioss transacted.  ���������"   Bonds anddc'oesjitrcs nougiiSan^solcl.  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.  Establish Yourself in  CATCH OD^T  To a-good tiling 'when you, get  the chance;  Precious Stones -Will Fade.  The I'ovveij'ul chemical elTect.s of the  s-iui,ire fell cVcn Iiy ineciou.s stones.  Tne ruby, -.-ip]-lisi-,������ jiistl emer.-ild suffer  less t ha n other colored 'stones in this  respect, but il h.-i--- been shown by experiment thai ,-i ruby lying in ,-t >hop  window for two ye.-its liei-iiiue much  lighter in I till, than il.s m;it,e kepi inn  (lurk pl.-ice during I,hut period. G;irneL.s  .-ind lop.-r/cs ,-ue more, easily nirecled.  Penils.-ire t>.iLd to t-hovv deteriornl ion  vvilh ;ige. but if (hcy'i're not worn ciin-  sl.-mlly they vvill recuperate wonderfully din-insi- brief vac-it ions sptnl in  quiet ;in'd darkne.ss. The only .species-  of bad luck which the practical peiv-on  h -lieves the opal will liiini>' ilij owner  is I lull of lo?vs ii"(he stone, i.s exposed  carelessly lo lie;il. 1 L i.s li.-ible to crack,  lieint; eoiiipo.sed of pi incip.-illy of silicic  acid, with a sm.-ill projiorlion of wnler.  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  ,  . FROM ��������� REVELSTOXE  To all Points East and  West.  The fast growing centre of North  1  ' ' ' I K  ' \\/  n  UT  AKE  ,A Pica For tlie Man.  NlllllCI'OllS       HtlKtlldllKMltS III till'  criminal code have lecently been intro-  ' duced by Sir Ciliver Mow.-u, .Miuisier  of Justice, amongst, wliii-li was one  raising the ,-u,'e ot' consent from 11. lo  18 years. Ueferriiii,' to this subject iu  lhe Weekly .S'/</>, " Ib/st,-wider,'' one of  , this best known writers on social  topics, suvs :- -  " At, (It.t.-iwii they Inive been ha.\ ini;  a spell op moral legislation. Frerenl ion  of illicit iiiLercoiu.se heiwecn the sexes  is liui, ;i pleasant, stibji'cL to handle, vol  it. is one whieli we, cannot afT'oid lo  leave (mlirc.lv linvvalched in lhe hands  of enthusiasts, who think that evoiv-  tliinjj can be done b\ le^ishit ion, JS'o-  body doubts (hat (he purity of our af  feci ions is ah.sfil'.llely essential to our  happiness as well as our virtue, or thai  all reasonable means oi.'.Jil to be adopted for its pi esei val ion. liitt some  means are nol ro.-isoiiiiblu; '-...ni"i emedies  it^r.iv ate I ho disease. Theie is a l.-n-  (leiu-y, ifenei-oiis il nriy I.e. I.ui not  jiistilied by I'ai.l, and theiefoie mil  wise, to suppose llial in lliese eases oi  illicil, eoiim-clion I lie man is alwavs the  sole sinner, iind lhe uoinni oulv the  victim.       Ill   I he ma jni'il v'   of   cases    It!  iiia.ii, no. doubt., is the, chief sfuiMn;, because'I ho., pai-'sioij" is .ii.ii'.ii^cr in -rhe  mil I o' sex.   'Uul. unless (.here,is violence  Durrant Will Hans" Next Friday.  Theodoi'e Ddrr.inl will lianjj ne.\L  Friday, ",lu:io 11. Gov., Budd has  lefuseda ( onimutiit ion. Durrani h.'is  inviii'.'l his p.-uenls l(. his execution.  The trial which lie,u,-.in on July ������2ami  lasl.ed until Xoveinbei I. was one of  lhe nii'sl i elelir.-iled ill eriniimil juris-  pruileuee.    Xi-arl.v 1:201) l.-ilesmen  were  ex.iiiiiiieil before  ii   jury   was  secured,  and six weeks | a.-sod before the lakin^  of li'sl in'iony w;is be-^nn.   The oviikuice  l hrmi^hoiil,    was >c-irciiiii-l ;��������� in i.il,    but  w!i. n laUon   lo.yetlier   loriued'a   chain  so si roni;-,-is to admil of   i.o rs'asniial.lo  doiibl.  ,   The      pro.-ecutioii      produced  v. il ii'.'-M"i, who I iv 11 o.l 1) it ri .-nil's mm ��������� -  i mm Is on A pi il '.'> I'nuii I lie i i me be   I.-I'i  (.'on pel   Modi c.'ii ( olii;^.' mil ll ho oliti'l oil  I lo-cliiil-oh w ii h .Miss  I .-i i ni in L.    'i'o all  of t his lesiinuiuy Liu.- prisoner entered  a   denial.    A>   lhe   ease   became   inoiej  hopeless   Duri'.-iuL   went   oil   the   staml I  himself, and. ,-illl ouuh   he  m.-iiui.-iined j  i  a  remarkable   composure   t lirou'^lioul, t  1 I  his i es I in ion y on a number of impm taut i  p .illLs   was   palpably   faNe.    The   case |  was sulmiilted to ihe jury in the after- j  noon of November 1. 189.1. ailei having ;  been    on    I rial    over    llnee     inoilLhs. ,  Twenly    minutes   after   I he\    left   the  court   loom   the  jurors   i etui nod   ai'd  rendered a ve.rdicLot lciiIIIv in Ilie (ii-l  dogioe.    The California law   -uivos   ( h(-  jury power to   lix   the   punishment   of  (.lie criui'iial. but ,-is no i. i omiueiid.it ion  of mercy wa-: made.   .Jiid.ire   f\liirpliv   ;i  few davs   filer   sciil.-mod   Duir.-iul    lo  be ha lined on I-'oliruarv  2l.lMl.i.    Since  bis eouv ii ( ioii Ihu rant's iavvyi-is  have  exh.-lllst ed eV cl y   evpidiellt    known    lo  law  lo se, in e ;i rev ei s, l.p.u don orcom-  inul.-il ion bul   Willi..Ill  success.  Lots in this coming   town   arc  now'to be had cheap,  but will  rise in price before long".  .Apply; to' ������  TV L. HAiG;  General Agent,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Or to ,  hugh Mcpherson,  Resident Agent,  Trout Lake Citv, B.C  THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver, Winnipeg, St.. Paul.   Chicago, ^Montreal, Toronto, New York.  Firsl-class dining- and sleefliuo-  " cars on. all trains.   \  Tlirouffli Tourist curs In St. 1'anl daily, and ti>  Toronto every Jlonday, and Mnnli-oal and  liuslon every Ki-idiiy.  I'lii-Cliasc liukeLs to yon,- do-,tii!iition  and  have  your batfLva^e checked through.  The - Canadian --Paeifie  ' .Steamship -Co/s  STEAMER  NAKUSP  Leaves Ai-i-ovvliead evoi-y Jlnnday, Wedn -sday.  and l.'i-itl.-iy for ,v!l point-s in ICoolunliy,  making coimecl ion at, Xalciisjs fur all points  on X.-ikns]! and Slocan Iiy. and Slocan bake.  Close eonneeLion .-it Ilohson fur XoNon, Kaslu,  Hall'oiu-, I'ilCit l\i.v,-  Clo.se eoiineclion nt Trail lor  lio.ssl.ind,  Nortli-  ]iorl and all points south.  For full  information, lieUUs,  map.-,, etc., call  ' on or address  J. T. BRADSHAW,      '  .Ni^eiit, Itevclstokc.  Or t,(i  II. M vcflliKdOIt. (II'.O. Mob. UliOW.V,,  'I'niv. J'ass. .\ifciit, Dls|. 1'ass. .\Lfcnl.  Nelson, B.C. \':ini.-ouver, H.C  BUT LOTS AT, OMCE  If you intend to purchase, as your  field of choice diminishes daily.  For Lots Apply to  Sole-Agent.  Columbia & Western Ry  , Time Talile No. I.   To lal;e ei'l'eel  J'Vli. ,'t, IHI,'.  iM.-i'Hiir.Mi,  J Lilly cvi'i'pl .Siiinla.v,  No. 'J jiiK-sciifjcr lenvis l;(,>^l.m(l  NOTICE.  V'CTlC'i: IS HKItKHV (ilVICN llnil. we, (he  I  ._>    iindei-siiuicd inunil sj\(y iltiy.s aftei' dale  I lo make application to the Chief Commissioner  ] uf Land- and Works for pei miss-ion lo pin-eliasc  (ilie hundred and  sjxiy acres of land sHiialed  alionl rijtlit miles iiji crock kiinvvii lis Hall-way  Cricl: on lhe easi shore of   I 'pper .\i-row   Lake.  West Ivooicnay, K.iiniiciii-iinr at   post   marked  Initial   I'i.-!.   Iv   Adair  A.   Clark.   soulli-ui's(  pn-1, riiiuiiii.; I'i chains norl h. I hciu-e   HI . hauls  rw, Ihence Hi i-haiiis s'.iu.li,   Iheine   I'I chains  w<���������t loiil.ici of ooiinii' iiiVi.n nl.  Kl). ADAIH.  A. CI.AIJK.  April-JI. 1SII7. I-III  CASH FOR RAW PURS  Arrives a I  Trail  No. I pnssi ii'jrci- lea -, (  Ai rives at, Tia.il  . l!.l-;Ollld  7.HI .i.in.  ,'.:iill a.m.  .'i,i|ii |i.iii,  l:lii p.m.  .S:l.1 ii.in.  n:ilii a.m.  .Via iliu.  7:<i'i p.m.  Wl sTIUll'.N'l..  Daily cvi'cpt Sunday.  No. II p,'i'-.s('iii,'cr li-aiu. Trail   -   -  A i riv i ,s in i iisslainl   -   .   -   -  No. 1 pa.sseiik'ei- leave-. Trail     -    -  , Arriv es in   lii..sslaii(l   -   -   -    -  ('(Hiiiccli.iii.il   I������(js s.!;ijirl   with   I mills  to anil  from Spokane.  Con lied ions ma.lc Willi all I ion Is arriv inland  depai'liiiK I rum Trail.  (icnn-iil Olliccs: K. 1'. (it'TKI.I US,  'I'rail. V-.-.C. Ceiicr.il Supl.  .1 ihu I I. H. .Mol .on. Piesiiieiit of the  M|l.sou'*i T.ank ,-hi.I bi.-.ul. of I lie. well-  klio'.vii   .MoUoil  l!iv,vi:i;.','    'il ill.   'diei  .M'.nl.te;ii lnsi.'Fi id.-i v.  I (I. W. IIALMWIN, K:unloo)is, I5.C.  j H-pioscnt im; .Joseph I'llin.inii, St. Paul,  i Now Yoik. and London, England,  liiivos   a   lair   and   sijuaio   ;is.soi i'i11r>111,  j and all...vvs'-full value,   for   all    l(ii|diioi'  lt-'i ra'wv furs,  .'shipmenisxoiiif-ili-d.  Prompt  ret urns a.ssuiod. ' , f  ' NoticD to Contata  MKAI.ICl) TKNUKIiS. piopcil.v eii(l...'s"d, vvill  O lie received lij Ilie lliinoiii.il.lc lln: Cliicf  ('oiiuiiissioiier of Land's an Work- up I., noon  of Wcdni sdav,..! line Dili, for (he en.'lion and  conipl.'ti.ili ol a  coi'irr iiob'sic at i:i:vi'.i,sToiv"i':, ji.e.  I'lansand specifli al inns . an he seen mid forms  for lender olilaimd nl ihcoili. <��������� ol I lie dm eminent AkoiiI. lievi'lsl.ikc. Tin l.iuc-l oi aiiv  lender will nol ncccssiirilv he ,k ccplcd.  f. ..   W. ���������:. (Jl'ii;.!-:, ������������������  Depiil.y (''..ii.iiii-sifiiicr ui n.-milk and 'Works;  Lands '-uid V\'< i'U-* '''.'. i:.-i:l ni'i.-i, , ',  Vli.'|o!-i.'i,.p.<;.: .Vnsy-J-. I 'M.   ���������'���������' (Wl  OR.WILL  1'ROMOTl': A COMPANY  BUY    OS    WORK   THEM.  Will   uiulerl.'ike   to   handle   Bonds   of Kleciric. Steam or  ] lorse   C^ar  Ivailways, or  Municipal   Bonds,   and   Build   Water  Works.     Address full particulars  Manhattan Investors and Seouritles Company, Ltd.,  i/fand   19  Broadway,  New York  City.   '. '' ������  J AGE 4.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  q. Kooipnay Lod{?e  ��������� /^ *   No. 15 A.?. 61 A.M.  * * Tin- rcjjuliir lncel ii������ I  J:.,"'"���������?* are h.-l'l in the ^las- j  ���������������������-������������������^-r'XT' ~Oi (<iii.-Tciii]ilc.l!oiiiiic'- .  _yf^^:,-.-^;^fr-^.nall. on the third |  ^^-i^jJtLlJL y'lk   -.Monday    in    each,  jSa^v^/i moi.iii in s p. m. I  "^%=T3*cV~,-'-?VJ!"     VisMmii;    lircl Ill-en ;  eordiallv vvelconicd.  'JI. K. SMYTHK. Si:ci:i.t,vi:y.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  , ^CXc?^~V?* '' 's'l'ar iii.'etiiiL's arc hild  f^S^TTiljP -'^yfi^f-S    '" "'I   fcllavvs' Hail ..--, civ  K&S^S^&'U^ '''li'-''s lav   iukIiI   .it   cij-'hi  ^^^JK^5^;?'V''i>^*''.-J oclo^k.    Visiting la-otlici-s  ^^^-St-tf:^^^   ^,-,11.,n_j,  welconicl.  .1. A. STONK. X.n. T. .1. MISAIIAM. Si c.  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1C53.  ^35-     li.-Kula'' uiecl ilia's   a,-e held   in  <*���������������      the    Odd    l-'ellows' Hall on  lhe  si ��������� oml anil fourth W'uiliic.-il.iy'.-.  7^-j    i.i    cell   iii.ailh   al   7:"ti   p.m.  V     Visit in;; la-el lircii aie (ordialb  EJ5>    iiivil.'d.  ���������C *      V.. ADAH!.   ,   T. .1. (IliAIIA.M.  W.M. lice. Sei-v.  ���������    BORN.       ���������        ,      ,.  fMditriv.v Al llew-lsiuke, iin Tuesday,  June 1st. the wife of .1. Morgan  of twins, a son and d.-unditer.  5^  ��������� KSTAHLTKHEIJ JSG2 ���������  WEI LER. BROS.,'  ' , VICTORIA, B.C."  Complete House Furnishings  Largest   stock   west   of'Toronto.  Write to   us 'for  Prices, and   Illustrations.  sEtsmcJS  f*^  Windows  ,13 ^a.  D   monisasiig'Sj " easing,s9  ������st35   JSaMsters;   Stair  Brackets*, &e������ -."  Newel  3^? U'- TS H  T: L_ 33  1  MARRIED, i  J'"l>W A It ILS- I'.V V>M-J=T=A-isJliJ*ii������Ui!.'k'',     (III  Wednesday, Julio '2, by Ilev, J.  A. Wood,'N. T. Kdvviirds'lo .M i.ss  Ad.i'Piiv ne.  ���������    DIED.  MoL.ujciilin'��������� At l!(!\elstoko, on Sunday,   May   30,     Airs.   Kdmi   Ale-  Liiiichlin, aooil GS years .'5 niontlis.  ...NOTARY   PUBLIC   -   -   RI-:VI������LSTOIvE,  B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent. ���������  ,  '  FIreTlife and accTdent insurance.  Representative of the Kotftonay Smelting &.; Trading Syndicate.  ACiKNT FOI! TliOUT LA K 10 CITY ' K VANS PORT. KASLO ,t XAKUfiP  '������    VI  OCTKU  ^O     BEVELSTOKE  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and  ' .'.,"..   Ship Chandlery Supplies.  i     ' ' i' r<  ������������������ Al-'o .** ('(impIHc lint* of ,   ���������    ' fc  Shelf    and     Heavy-    HARDWARE.   "'  *o  ' "^-azz^g^p- f      Carpenters'   Tools,    See.  Jessop's '.Steels,  Ore Cars,  Ore Sacks,   Ktc.���������>  - '' I-������LATI_ GLASS A SI MIX MALTY.  "VANCOLIVER, B.C.  Write for Information.  y-  Furniture Dealers & Undertakers.  .Upholstering,and,Picture Framing- a Specialty.      1>   ' 1 _ _^ T       Agents for Raymond Sowing Macliino, MMnutWlnrorx Life Insurance Snciolv,  'Union-   Fire   Insurance   Co.,   Provincial   lUiilding aud Loan Asssociation,  . t'  OuiiANS and Pianos.     *   \ .. ��������� *  Tiie WMJAIILTON MANUFACTUHINS������, M  '    , MANUFACTUIJKHS OF  THE "RELIANCE" MINING/MiLLING'-AHD SMELTING MACHINERY  ' FOR Tilt DOMIiilDX OF CANADA ,  (Under License from THE E. P. ALLIS CO., Milwaukee, Vyis.Vi  Ci-iislii'is. KiilN,  Jin;-*,   ('uiH'i'iil.i'.itiir-,,  Serei-iis,  St,mips,   Pumps, '('iimjji cssois,  , Hoists, lioilei-. Ku.nines. W'.-itci- W'iii-i'N, Lie. _  *  '    Sole Agents for B.C. for JOHN BERTRAM & SONS M      *>    i.foo'i.  VANCOUVER. B C. ~   1 Ki 1. 1 J I b.W K ������ J U vJ 11,   Uj.\   1 .  CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.  Sain Hill li,is nunc, down , lo   Galena  Miss Olive; Hi ecu was in   town   tliis  week.  1 r  A. McNeil has had liis  barl.ci'  slioji  nftwly si'le.'l.    d  1  W. II. 'VifUors in.ulu ii,(lying trip to  Tiout Lake Fi idiiy.  A'n'gus McDon.ild Jefta Tuesday  tniiriiin<������ for Allieit Ciinynn.  Mifs.   and   Miss   II(i|igo(ii] < rctui ncd  *' W'ediiesrliiy exi'iiiii" from Donald,  C. E. Slmw ami'family left yesterday for Ferguson where they will in  future reside.  ]iev. F. Yolliind has sold   his   Iiiiumj  "in lhe. upper town to Mr. Krii,ser, irain  . dispatcher..  fi. L. Kiiilii.in left. Sunday f'ir Trout  Lake lo commence', the. North Fork  .trail work  Toiii Edwards and .lack Shaw   went  -up to the llend U'sterclay, ,on   a   pros-  *    jjrclinq; trip.   '  Tlie addition 'to the Stockholm  House i.s now completed and neatlv  furnished. ' '  tins Lund came down from the llend  'AVeiluesday and 'went, up again ycslei-  rfl.-iy luorniiig.  l)a\e Ferguson of Ferguson was in  town this week. He says things are  .booming there.  Mis.    "\\".     15.    Nicholson    returned  Mondav    from'  a   visit   to   Trail   and  ���������other lower country towns. , . i ^��������� ��������� -( i.-1> \  J. I). Sibbald   will  go up  to   Fish j capital, $1,500,000. '" Head Offices, Toronto. Ont.  ' Oeek next week.     He   will commence j ��������� '    ' . .    . .  .Mirations on the ciien-errv. i      Manufacturers ci Electric Mining Apparatus,  .Mis. J..I. I'oly of Anow iiead.   Mrs.! Hoists, Pumps. I']n������t'i\ l-'ans.  lilasting A|ip.iraius   Dyn'.unos for Lighting and  C. Temple   and   Miss   M\it!e   Temple J   ,'      p.,' ..,. y,,,,.,,,,,'.,, .,l| p,,,,,,.^.  left. Tu'e.sdav for a ti ip t/i lhe coast. I ' ,  \Vui. Fleming is building   a   new '' H lectrical *tran -mi-on of-ii .wcr >>     "<���������        !y ntjciMicd up     .50  .tableand   has   ad,i,d   seu-ial   .l������������������.,>| m   ;.,. ;   f   ;;.  ji^r   P ^ A ^ = 'lR4HuiVI -  0^   t/STEM.      .'  iiutl bugLrio-s to hts h\ery business,      ,    > . _ _____ ������  A.   N.   Smith:   of    the ' He\elstoke I NELSON     . Hi.m. h Orti. ��������� -   ,B        .('..liii,,.       ' " VAN    DU^ER  r>akerv. has 11 carload of   Lake   of   the ��������� ^ ���������������������^=������c-==r::,^f"������������"'-' '   ��������� ���������" '--"-���������--~ ��������� ���������' r^T-f^?'  P"   '  ARTIES owning- lots m Revel  stoke o:t\ Ferguson and wio.h-  Jirst   ot'   the   week   h,-i,\ ing   eomiileted '  . . ^ . ' '       ry      j_i "I ' IT  workoniho P.ig llend fail  as   far   as'llig"        tO       QlSpOSe       Oi       tlJeHl      SQOUlCL  c'TkCs;:,u���������, y���������, ,,���������,., ������������������,_,: address       C, E. SHAW,  .completed and liedias now -a splendid  ,di~pla\ of.canned goods in coni'i1't inn  w ith the bakery.  11. McLean, assistant gaoler at  Kaniloops. and F. Muiintaili. const,ibli-  ;il Thlce Fmks. wen- in attendance ai'  Oiiinty Com t ibis week.  Mrs.    Luidt-i,    whose    child      died  ji'l-i ul Iv   ot   iliplitheri.i   and    who   has  been in ipi.11 antine fm -��������� mil*  time,   lert  ���������y-u^\..y for L,u..ii>.    ^ A  ,  ,.jI!(U ||f A  'I'he -pui Im 1 in- new tieiirht shi-d has  been g! iih'iJ ind limn'il. and th" old  ���������.11 ��������� -������1. uliieh v.ill b>- n-i-d as .1 biindi-d  m .11 i'Iioiim- and oli.i'e, h.is bi'i'ii   mined  (J.   II.  A.clHb.-dd   of V.-l......  aiiived ' A t     ,lt; jA/t. ,     ^    ^  jn town  llnitsd.iA lnni'_'mg with linn .1 ;      _^       ;   /-a 1 load of I tn ie and In li-U lo be User! mi  .-.nine wi.i k whi'-ll In- lias colli 1 acted  for.  W.  1!.   Page has taken Jack    Shaw's  S?^SH'S!!CENERAL MERCHANT AND  DEALER.  h&M MB ������J>I&%J&$.9 STATION,   B. C.  1 n '  McLennan, McFeely'& Co. Ltd.  y '��������� W!UiLi-;-!.\ i '���������<:���������r.  Iron, Steel, Miners',,,Mil I and Blacksmith Supplies.  Hardware   -  122 COHDOVA STREET,  Stoves  Enamel Ware.  -   - ��������� VANCOUVER, B.C.  .1.   W. C.WIIVA, N    > '    '       , ,   - ���������    '.     F   \Y.   ,\,  \(J|- \i: l.,\ Mi. X.matjnr.  B_ O- IEOK" '"WOEKS;,CO. LTD.  MINING MACHINERY  SAWMILL WACHIKERY  K ENGI  0 General    founders;  engineers, hoiler-  makers and manuiap-  Uirers of ,all classes  of machinery.  ������������������^Br^G-c^-.  ysstoia^i^v  mi&  l.l.'P IN'STOCK  a   fu !   si'iijily o'  en^'inee, .'      and  '.ujipliest   pine    >o<.',  ���������gs,    brass,   <.,'"���������  )i    ' 11    Ir   n^'s,      \','M)i!-'  |'  -,  il pnl1' -.s oak     ,incd  i������",uher !>  ii'ivj,,' elc.  I^slimaies 'lor1 'no .-ts  and engines on ap[> ������������������.action. . "   ,  Corner of'AIexeoil^'Si, and WBSlrq-:iiN[ /r - Ave. "Va ncolivep", B.C; ;���������  ��������� Cable address " Cove."*,  P.O.  Drawer 754]  M" 1 AWPFMrr  Tinware ������������������   -.    Tinsmi bhi n g",  -   Glais.       ���������  " .  ilcM-  Hardware '-   SLoves   -  Paints   -  Spfe   a,l attention givr'ini - ''(.   i-   <.    ' "  " ' REVELSTOKE STATION, B. .C.  Real Estate A g*en t,  Revelstoke, B. C.  a   v x  M l  ���������(    iocsoi  E.G. PRIOR & CO. Lm  VC   OR'A.  ViNCOU /ER. KAMLOO? ':.  " r i t ^ l  G- E 1ST IE IR _A. L     M1ECHANT,  VELSTOKE. B.  i    i  . 111 ������   n-  ( Jirri'l' in rind   .\ >w> .( an   \\ ���������''/>"  i').    ( ',     rlt      I)    il  ''  ,     Ui        Mil lie    ;    ,;ii  & &_,  H\\    -      III,.     I   v    1.   ..I'  Iii'1     t - tjt k  i  n! All ki>ids o fir oa. a,n& \ n ee o m e i,a' wo x k .  Mitji ��������������� v>; work and. tools.  E  JFipefRiIng' and rv������fhig>  ewrrsan.  E.0BT. G0.RD0.lN, L'eveWIo->e ������   ;y.o.i, E. 0.  A'. \f fOR B^ . WAti^S, BUGGIES, ETC.  .-,(1 luuk mit  \ni\h  Win. \a-': jr., who has been in Winnipeg for some fini", returned home  'i'hiii vI.lv ew-niii.i; and will leave, a^.iin  in a few da\.s for Kainliinfi" wheic he  jias aceepu-d a ]iosilion in lhe Inland  cii{-ii" f.K.-Lory.  In hihii-porl to the f'ro\ inci.il IJuiii-rl  of Jleallh. .1.  I). (Ii.iliniii    loeai    health  <illii-iT, i���������ivs that  Fi' mi pi-ai-lieal   i-X|h-i-|  ieijc/:, ill/- water sii|i|i||eij   by   Ihe    new- j  t-vstem is the best  in    West    Konl'-u-.y. !  ile snu^'sied lh.it.  a health   nlli/.-cr   b-  .appointed.     '-The   health    depai I inenl,  i.s niie of t.he many olliees   1    hold."   he  said, "and  I   am   iniiible   to   ������\\v   lhe  jiine to it. t.hal. .1, requires;"     Th':   kick  Is I i.melv,    ; ���������''���������.'  Fu,n;oeo'pioipeclory^:THECOWAN-HOLfEN-DOWNS CO.  miner's supplies always in ������  at moderate  prices.       Groceries,'  Provisions, etc.  ARROWHEAD, B.C.  IL I'.. K'eir. I'.ari ister, of New  fienvei, u;ii in town this week al  tcidiiiir the ('niintv 'Join I. C'. It.  ('nrlvon and A.(b AL Spra^i.'e weie  also lookini,' a ft r>.r the. inlcresls ni' ihi-iiy  elientH, ���������   '  Tlie Stejirm-r M.iiioii w.'IM mici e-i-i  fully final/-d nil Scu������ L.ir, when- -die  bad lic/'il a^io'Mid -iiin-e \\ cdni" * I.i \,  an/1 arrived n|> Iifi'��������� Sal.n'l.iy [ e\-enin^  She. t.ook flown, a, full * eniii|i|iiii<,'ht. of  fici^hl. and passengers.  - WIioIssiiIb Beaks in  ALES, WINES, SPIRITS  D CIGARS  EET/'ELSTOEE, iBG.


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