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 ������������������ -;y^tivel/|^m/?..   \f _  ,  >'f v ,/y i v*    ">, *u. * y l������*-~ - v  \r>:V  J UN 13 -1804*--%--/' ���������'  ''"^^o^u/B'.^yr"  /y^"'r '%<l/hfrVl&A  Vol. l.-yNo. 9.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY. B.C., JUNE 9, 1894.  $2.00 a Year.  Eif  To Miners and Prospectors.  It is our desire lo have the Mail known far  and wide as a reliable A 1 mining paper. To  this end wc ask tlie help of all pro.spoelors and  mining men who have the interest of the North,  Killing of Wc'it Kootenay at heart. It'is in  your power to give us very material help by  .seiuling in scraps of mining news wliich would  otherwise remain unpublished. Every item, no  matter how trivial it may appear to you, will be  acceptable. If you have no pen, write with a  pencil; if jio paper, junt Lick il down on a piece  of birch bark. Tf you are out of stamps send iL  all the same, we'll attend to that. Never mind  Kr.Liniiiatic.il compositions, flowing language, or  elegant handwriting, jur>t send us the facts;  we'll do the rest. W e ask only one thing: Do  not exaggerate.  GENERAL NEWS.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F.&A.M.  The regular meetings:  are held in tlie Mas-  oiiic.Tcinple.Bournc's  ��������� Hull,1 on   the   third  "EgMoiiday   in   each  luntli   at   S   p.  m.  v^---^-    /{siting   brethren  *-*- cordially welcomed.  C. II. TEMPLE. Seckctmky.  A. H. HOLDICH,  ' ' ���������   i  ' OF SWANSEA AND WIQAN,  The British Columbia cedar sliingle  is making aii excellent record in the  east. One dealer in Toronto sold 23  million of these shingles last year.  C. P. II. employees at Winnipeg  telegraphed their, congratulations to  Sir W. C. Van Home upon receipt of  the news of his being made a K.C.M.G.  ���������Jas. li. Potts, a gold prospector  from Adrian, Mich., was drowned in  the Vermillion Kiver, near Rainy  Lake City, last week, while shooting  the rapids in a canoe.  John Armstrong, printer, member  of the Typographical Onion, and a lifelong Conservative, was, at the convention held last week, nominated as  labor candidate for Hast Toronto in  opposition to Dr. liyerson, the Conservative candidate.  Analytical Chemist and Assayer,  ���������   REVELSTOKE, B. C.  .w. a. jowettT77  MINING AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,  , NELSON, B. C.  > Lardeau & Slocan Prospects Wanted.  MEALS AI ALL HOURS   AT   COLOTTO'S ���������a*.    .  .RESTAURANT.  S. BICKERTON,  BOOT AND SHOEMAKER  BEVELSTOKE. B.C.  REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT.  GUY  BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.  Repairing Ne.itly & Promptly Executed.  I "���������  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  .j,.. ������'f    BUILDER. '     ' ,  Will figure on all-kinds of  , .Buildings ; all kinds, of House,  Store and Office Furniture re-,  paired or made to order; all  kinds of Slwpwork in my line  neatly and promptly executed by  skilled and experienced hand.  An Improved Ore Crusher.'  This machine, adapted lo crush gold,  silver*, or other ores, forms the subject  of a patent recently issued to Mr.Frank  Bishop, of No. 12G5 Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah.    Its   circular  base  carries four,sets of posts, in which are  journaled four horizontal radial shafts,  two  of  these  shafts   having on their  outer ends pulleys connected   by   belt-'  ing   with  a  suitable  source of power:  On each of the shafts i.s a step pulley,  and on these steps of the four  pulleys  rest similar steps ou the under side of  a  circular  ring-shaped   bed, near  the  outer edge of which, on the under side,  is a gear wheel or rack in   mesh   with  gear wheels on the power shafts.    On  the top of the bed is a' facing on which  the' crusher of the ore or stone takes  place, and in the facing are concentric  annular V-shaped groves,   correspond-'  ing to oppositely shaped ridges on the  peripheries of the four, crushing rollers.  The latter are on radial, shafts arranged in line with and supported  by   the  four sets of posts in which are journaled the lower shafts, but the boxes in  which are journaled the shafts of the  crushing rollers have a vertical movement, springs being arranged ,to press  upon'the tops of the boxes with a, tension which may deregulated by a set  screw at the top of the post over each  bearing, each roller)  therefore,   having  such   yielding   movement .'as   may   be  iccoi ding to t the 'material' be-  ing crushed.    The upper half  of  each  be only too  glad to sell a portion to  procure money to,buy stock and agricultural   implements.   It would ' be'a  pity to turn this fine valley into a grain  growing region.   There islio money in  raising grain compared with the' profit  that could be secured by raising vegetables, hops and fruits.   Such fruits as  strawberries,    currants,    gooseberries  and the large fruits would iind a ready  market, in the mining camps, and good  prices can always be secured in a  mining region.'   The  valley and foothills  abound     with     game.     The     Game  Laws   should    be    so   amended   that  actual    , settlers'    should     have    the  same  privileges   as   prospectors,   anJ  should have the right to kill game for  their own use. while they are laboring  under.the_disadvantages of striving,,to  make a home with limited means which  prevents their being able to procure  fresh meat' during the  pioneer days.  The Indians from the Colville' reservation swarm  over the country, killing  all' kinds   of, game.   This   should   be  promptly chocked  and order's   issued  from the proper authorities to prgvent  them hunting north of the international boundary line.   They have a magnificent reservation granted them by the  American Government and they should  be kept on it.   They have been allowed  too much,latitude and have been' molesting and threatening settlers.   Let a  strong hand be taken and officers placed on the international  frontier with  strict orders to prevent them entering  the province altogether.  '    New Plan for Catching a Thief.  A Buda-Pesth manufacturer has informed the police that he possesses a  powder with wliich thieves can be  caught. Having for the last few days  made the unpleasant discovery that his  cash box was plundered day after day,  and failing in all his attempts to' catch  the thief, he applied in his dilemma to  Mr. Telek, professor of chemistry at the  Franzstadt Commercial Schools, and  the latter gave him a'powder which he  sprinkled over his cash every night  before leaving the oflice.  This powder had the peculiar effect  of'dyeing the skin blue, the color being  intensified by washing, while it resists  the application ' of so.rp. On the very  first day the manufacturer"* noticed a  deficiency of eight crowns in' the silver  cash box. lie at once called his employees together arrd ordered them one  by one to steep their' hands in a basin  full of water-, got ready for the purpose.  One of the men was very loth to follow  the example of his comrades. At'last  he consented, when, no sooner had he  dipped liis hands in the bowl, than they  turned a dark blue! His employer  stepped up to him and said : " You are  the thief I" and the man atooiiee con  fussed.���������Anlui It tucker Utautft-Aiizciycr  named Town, who used to twist brake-,  wheels on the Burlington, is now President Town of the Southern Pacific.  President Smith, of the Louisville aud  Nashville, was a telegraph operator.  Marvin Hughitt, of the Chicago and  Northwestern, began as a telegraph  messenger boy. President Clark, of  the Union Pacific, used'to check'freight  and push a truck orr the Omaha platform. "Tlie Illinois Central, I believe,  has turned out more great men than  any other road. President/ Jefl'ery, of  the Denver and Rio Grande,- began in  the Central shops at J5 cents a day.���������  From McCItiff's Mat/usiiie. ������  Awarded ,  Highest Honors���������World's   Fair  AN EXAMPLE FOR OUR GOVERNMENT  The Governments of Ontario and  Vic-  .   toria (Aust.) Assist Miners by the  ' '   Loan of Diamond Drills.  desired,  ing cruis  r*oller is inclosed by  suitable  ���������   TROUT CREEK SETTLEMENT. . \  ' Below Nakusp on the Columbia River  all available lauds have been pre-empted, but there are thousands of acres of  good agricultural land yet to be had.  Much has been done during the last  year to bring this land under cultivation, and we expect to see at an early  day tint, settlement become a prosperous'community and a worthy rival of  Fire Valley. Probably there' are between 20 or 30 preemptions. Their  close proximity to , Nakusp and the  Slocan .mining country will afford everjj  opportunity of a good market for their  products at first-rate prices'. Orr the  whole, the future prospects of West  Kootenay agricultural communities,are  of the most promising character", and-  will, when properly-cultivated, retain''  in the'������01111 try large sums of money  now being serit out of the district.  Gold' on the Bow and Saskatchewan  Rivers.  A prospecting trip has just been made  from Calgary to Medicine Hat.' The  party had a good sized boat,' fitted up  with the usual prospector's outfit and  plenty of provisions, and theyr commenced regular prospecting at Black-  foot crossing, prosecuting it at likely  points along the Bow and' South Saskatchewan rivers until they reached  the latter place.  They met with most encouraging  prospects���������much better, indeed, than  anyrthat had been found on the North  Saskatchewan. " Along the 310 miles  of our trip," said one of the party,," we  found four or five 'colors' wherever we I  struck gravel strata,' and that was |  everywhere where we tried. The gravel, I  The gold mining excitement in the  Lake of the "Woods and Rainy Lake  districts will evidently be productive  of much good to the Province of Ontario, as well as the Dominion at large.  The' Ontario Government recently,  through the"instrumentality of James  Cdnnri'c, M.P.P., voted an amount of  money for the pur-pose of purchasing  diamond drills for exploratory work in  connection with testing for valuable  minerals. The Mayor or" Port Aithur  had some correspondence with the  lion.'Mr. Roid as to what was clone by  Australian Governments, and the following reply from liis private secretary  will he, of i interest to all those who  take arr interest in mining in Ontario,  British Columbia or the Dominion :  C.lMt.' Tn.uN, May L'lstf, ISOI.  Dkak Sirt,���������Your J.clegrariK of the nihilist.  duly readied Mr. Kei'd, being delivered at the  Glacier million, B.C., on our journey westward,  The different Governments wliich liuve heen iii  power in our colony (Victoria) have assisted in  developing the mines in two ways, viz :  (1) By annual granls to mining companies  duly registered under the law and actually engaged in working their auriferous leases, also  lo companies of working prospectors who are  engaged in test ing new ground (shallow.-,inking)  for minerals. " ,   -,  '(2) By granting the.ii.se of diamond drills to  MOST PERFECT  MADE.  A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Fob  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,  40 .YEARS THE STANDARD.  . . test, by means ol'deep bores, and in either new  was tound  at   varying   depths  on .the,   or old auriferous land, whether payable'stone  or alluvial gold exists. ,    ���������     ��������� \  A  Frightful - Birthmark.    ,  The doctors of the children's ward at  GEORGE LAFORME'S PACK-TRAIN  ��������� will leave Revelstoke  FOR  BIG  BEND  EVERY'WEDNESDAY.  FURNITURE;'  Doors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HOWSON,  l '  HEVELSTOKE.  COFFIN'S   CAKUIKO   IN  STOCK.  Ai;i:.N'T |.'(ll( M.N'liUU mKWING  MACIIlN'Kfc.  General Blacksmith.  a suitable casing,  and   the   bed   has   an outer and inner  annular'flange, circular  screens  being  attached to the upper  edges   of  these  flanges,   against    which    the   crushed'  -material is thniwu by" the centrifugal j Bellevue Hospital,.New York,have un-  forco0 of   the   luvolving bed. only that  wliich is sufficiently  line, being passed  through the meshes of'the screens.  Scrapers , suspended from the roller  casings guide the material oii'to the  .corrugated facing in 'advance of the  rollers, the material being fed' from a  hopper by means of screw conveyers,  and introduced through suitable feed  openings in the base. The outer lower  edges of the screens extend into semiring . shaped receiving troughs or  spouts, which leads tho material discharged to settling tanks. This  machine is designed to crush a large  amount'of ore with a minimum expen-  'diture of power. *  A TBIP THROUGH THE RIDING.  GEORGE   TERRYBERRY,  KEVELSTOlvE, B.C. ���������  Repairs to Wagons, &c.  Shoeing a'Specialty.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST routo to the OM> COUNTRY.  tflW.io.sed Sailings from Montreal.  ~    Af.h.YS'  LINK.  P.arima.n- .'.May 11)  MoNI.'ol.IAN     "*    'Jli  Nir.MliiiAX  June ".'  DOMINION'  LINK.  Ohkcon , Mav I!)  Saknia     "   -16  Imhhaiioh , lime i  BEAVKIt   LINK.  Laki: Sr.'i'Kiiron Mav Z\  Laick WiNNii'iai     "* :(ir  I.aici: Hunox June li  Cabin $4.1, $*), $������0, 870, SSO and upwards.  Intermediate $.'K); .Steerage $20.  Passengers ticketed through  to all partH of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  r.iteo to all pnrtK of the Kuropean continent.  Apply to nearest Hteainahip or railway agent, to  I. T. BREWSTER, Agont, Revelstoke,  or to Homan" Kinrjr, Gen. Passenger Agent,  Winnipeg.  Steamer ARROW  TOWN WHARF* REVELSTOKE,  Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.  -I'OII-  Hall's   Landing,   Thomson's   Landing,  Hot Springs and Nakusp.  FIRE VALLEY.  In the year lS!)2aGovernmentappro-  priationof $3, (XX) was granted   to construct a trail  from  Okanagan  Valloy  through  Fire Valley to  Killanrey on  the Lower Arrow Lake.   The opening  up of this trail  afforded land  hunters  an opportunity to stake < out ranching  locations, and many applications  were  made.     Next  year   the   Government  built a wharf at  Killarney, and spent  .$700 in  widening out   the  trail  to a  wagon   road,   and about seven' miles  were partially constructed.   This year  the wharf has been extended.- and the  road repaired, and cut for a distance of  two miles, taking  in  all   the. valley so  far- located by settlers, at an  outlay of  iiil.oOO. . The   Government,   therefore,  has dealt liberally in opening up this  settlement,   but   considerable   money  will yet have to be spent in   improving  the main road, making  branch  roads,  and building several   bridges.    While  the. outlay may  be considered  rather  large, the corresponding benefits from  the opening up of this fine agricultural  section will  be  incalculable.   Here, at  a   moderate estimate,   are 10,000 acres  capable of rasing thousands of dollars  worth of small  fruits, vegetables, etc.,  annually,   which   will    find 'a   ready-  market'in the mining camps of  West  Kootenay, thus obviating the sending  of large sums of money out of the district   to   buy   agricultural    products.  Strawberries,   curiants,   gooseberries,  raspberries, vetches, etc., grow luxur-  antly, indicating the capability of the  .soil.   The climate is temperate and the  snowfall  moderate,   and   the summer  season  at, least (i weeks longer* than it  is on the line of  the  O.P.I?.    Jinny  of  the rancher's located 320 acres, which is  mure ground than they ran succeshful-  ly utilise.    But  l.hev no  doubt would  der  their" care a  patient  who bears a  most peculiar birthmark.   The patient  is'Zeraphina .Scia'olina.che two-year-old  daughter <oJ   Gaetano'  Sciaolina,   an  Italian laborer.   The child was admitted to the hospital on  May IS,   to   be  treated for a broken leg.    Ou her neck  is the mark which resembles a partially  coiled snake.   The head is like that of  a rattle snake, and rests just below the  centre of the collar bone.   The body of  the snake extends upwards in two coils  under then chin and  crosses the neck.  The ,tajl,   after crossing the centre of  the right' ear,   ends (at the lobe of the.'  the ear.   The birthmark is of a slightly  raised grayish  brown  cuticle that resembles scales.    Tt is  eighteen   inches  long.   The child is very pretty,   with  blue eyes and clear olive complexion.'  The doctor said that she was intelligent  and a great favorite with  the nurses.  ''We are all puzzled  with the case,"  said he, "a number of physicians  have,  made a   careful 'examination   of   the  mark aird all pronounce  it one* of the  most peculiar on  record.    During my  experience 1 have never seen anything  like it."   The child's mother, holding a  baby in her arms, was at the hospital  yesterday., She seems to rather enjoy  the ' notoriety   Zeraphina's   case   has  given.'   The woman is a native of  Pal-  adimo,'.Italy.   She is 31 years old arrd  came to this country with her husband  three year's ago.   They  were  married  four years ago and have three children.  Zeraphina is the.second. Mrs. Sciaolina  attributes the birthmark  indirectly to,  a fright she once got.    Her father was  a boatman and she often helped him to  unload   cargoes   of   fruit.    Orre   clay,  about a year liefore her marriage,  she  was assisting him when a small brown  colored snake sprang  from a pile of  fruit and tried to coil around her arm.  She shook it off, but the sight of the  snake broughtou an attack of hysterics.  Since  that time the sight of a snake  will prostrate her and she often dreamed that it was crawling on her arm.  That happened several   times just  before Zeraphina was born,   and  at that  time  she was made ill for two days by  the shock  of seeing some snakes irr a  dime museum.    Neither of Mrs. Sciao-  lina's other children have a birthmark.  Dr.  Getty says that the case will be  submitted to a  well-known  specialist!  on skin disease, and if he  decides that  the mark can be removed   with  safety  ihi- operation will be. performed.    The  birthmark has not changed its relative  size since the. child was borrr. Although  the marking i.s raised one-tenth  of air  inch above the  suiVounding  skin,   it  rhe  child  no   apparent   ineoii-  ridges along the course of the river, but  in every instance where we ca'irreorr the  gravel, we found it to be''pay dirt." How  the gold and,the gravelr-containing it  came there I do. not pretend tosajv  This much 1 am sure of, that it did"not  come from the, mountains. My idea i������  that it was lard tliere by the ice in some  remote age, but where the ice picked it  up is, of. course, impossible to tell.  Strips of ' such gravel, containing'free  "gold of a fine quality, "are found all the  way from the head of tbe Peace River  to Bear's Paw Mountain, by the Sweet  Grass Buttes. As. regards coal,'we  fouiidiiny quantity of1 it, and in places  where there is no indication of its existence on the Government maps. In  , fact, the bed of the river in many places  consists entirely of coal, and good coal  at that."  Put Together in Ten Hours.  "To look at a railway locomotive orre  would scarcely think that by any possibility it could be put together  in  less  than  one  day,"  remarked Thomas G.  Bick, of Montreal,, " yet that astonishing feat was accomplished not longago  in  England,   the  work  occupying less  than ten hours from the driving of the  first rivet to the application of the final  coat of varnish.   The start was made at  0 o'clock  in  the  morning, and eleven  minutes afterward the  first rivet  was  put into, the   frames.   The   cylinder's  were set and  fixed  in  one hour and  seventeen   minutes.    Four hours   and  seventeen   minutes  from   the. star t the.  boiler- was  in   place, arrd an hour1 and  twenty minutes later- the engine was  wheeled.   The wheels   were   supplied'  just as they left the shops, and the eccentric sheaves had  to   be fixed,' and  the axle  boxes,   connecting   rod   aird  coupling rod brasses fitted by the electors.     Eight* hours   and   twenty-two  minutes from the start the valve setting  was complete, and the painting  of the  engine was begun fifteen minutes later.  In nine hour's and fourty-seven minutes  from the start the  engine and   tender'  were completed in  every detail.    One  hundred and   thirty-seven  men   were  engaged in the work.   The locomotive  was put into  regular service   orr   the  day  it  was  completed,   and  has been  running continuously ever since."  Although our chief metal is gold, it will be  understood that our mining regulations providing for this Government assistance may be read  to include an.v valuable metal or mineral, thus  ..it was for many years believed that black coal  'in' payable se.ims did not exist in Victoria, ,,but  by the use of drills, aird by encouraging prospectors to sink for coal, exceedingly valuable  fields, both of black and brown coal, have been'  discovere I, chiefly in our mountainous province,  Gippsland. , ���������  The diamond drills are the property of the  Government, and are controlled by our mines  department. Tho for-en'ian and staff of men  allottct to each dri.l are also in Government  irnploy. '     ��������� '  ��������� Asa rule no drill i-i.iont to a locality where  the residents wish'a test made until tbe Government geologist Inio visited the spot and examined it. If his report is favorable and a drill  can be spared it is sent, applications being as a  rule taken in rotation as well as iu order of importance. '  Many valuable discoveries have been made  hy means of these drills. In one instance a very  lieh deposits of alluvial gold were found after  the bore hud passed through an enormous thick  bed of igneous rook (basalt.) N'o practical miner would have looked for gold in such a neighborhood. 'I'he result of the*discovery was a new  impetus to mining in the district, and share-'  holders in the mines started and obtained for  ii lung period very handsome dividends.  Mr. Jteid and myself have been absent from  Victoria since December last, and I cannot, tell  you what is the present Government vote in aid  of mining. It used to be ������80,000 a year, but this  large sum had to lie cut down , owing ,to tbc  'necessity for retrenchment..  Any further particulars you may require I  will endeavor to supply you on writing lo me,  Itiduau club, Ottawa.���������Yours faithfully,  .II. it. Macicav. *  LARDEAU NOTES  Thomson's Lanoino, .lime .'trd. '  The Trout L'ike, w.tgoii road has  been built from Lardeau toa point near'  Thomson's, about one-half of Ibis distance being under water' from 2 to 10  feet deep. The men have 'been kept  idle most of the last week waiting for  an engineer , from Kaniloops. It is  strange that such matters are not left  to the road superintendent or- the,Government Agent. There are five or six  engineers" in Kootenay" irrrd it shows  very bad management to keep oO or  00 men idle during the best part of lhe  season waiting for an'ofTicial to'come'  from tho coast.        ... , Q  Lardeau City has become a part of  Arrow Luke, while nearly all the inhabitants have removed lo Thomson's  Landing. The new bridge over- Fish  Creek, which cost .$1,000, was swept out-  about a week ago, and is now hiuigaip  on a cottoiiwoud island near the mouth  of the creek. The pile.* of the Lardeau  wharf were'about 10 feet too short, and  'it is now floating, about irr, the lake,  while "all the '. gardens in the town,  except one,,have been destroyed. Mr:.  Johnston, the telegraph operator, has  had to abandon-his ollice and take to a  tent near" Thomson^. There are about  ISO people at, Thomson's, and Limns are  beginning to be somewhat lively." The,  pack trains have made two, trips to'  Trout Lake, 'arrd will leave again on  Monday. ' .  .,  'Messrs. (1. 'B. I fume & Co. have,  opened with a full line of goods at. the  Landing/and are doing a good business.  It looks as if we' will have a lively  summer after all., The woods around  Thomson's are full of people, and there,  tire three restaurants, and one hotel,  running all full. .f  A numerously signed  petition, praying for the establishing of post otlivv.s    ,  at Hall's, Thomson's and  Trout  Lake,    i  has been forwarded to  the post office  inspector-.   Ben Wrcde, of the Hotel d!>  Lardeau, has heen obliged to  move his  furniture upstairs, and   is  thinking of   -  removing his fine   hotel t<i   a   higher  townsite. *   ,  Mr. H. A.   Brown's  resolution  co.o-  nieiiced our wagon road in the  middle  of  the  bush .without a terminus, and,  we will be obliged to him if be i-cmiLc^  no more.  Mr. Hugh Ross is in charge of'the  new wagon road. He is well-liked and  trusted by everyone, and it isa^pity  the whole management of the road  business was not left iir bis hands.'  A. McNEIL,  BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM,  Front Street, Revelstoke.    ���������  I rim now oll'ei ing 0 shaving tickets for1  $,1.00.    Haircut for-2k:.     And  t c,     ' a hath for 23c.  fHBmsYokElMNIBUS"Lffli-  causes  vioucp,  Railroad Officers who Rose from the  Ranks.  The best enginemair has been a fireman ; the best conductors are made of  brakesmen; the best officials aro promoted from the ranks. Mr. John M.  Toucey, general manager of the Now  York Central, was once a trainman.  President Newell, of the Lake Shore,  used to carry a chain in an engineering  corps on t.he Illinois Central. P.<.-\si-  dont Clark, of the Mobile and Ohio,  was a section runn ; afterwards a fireman. Another man who drove grade  stakes is President Blockstand, of the  Alton. Allen Manvill, the late president of tho largest ronton earth, was  a storehouse clerk. President Van  Home, of the (',-madinu Pari fro. kept,  time on the  Illinois'Central.    A  man ;  "BUSES WILL LEAVE  FRONT STREET AT 8:30 A.M.  And EVERY HOUR thoooaftoi'.    .   :o:   'Huscs will be held at station to meet all  pn.NMinger trains.  1'iisnengoi'Karriving and leaving by train will  have, prior right of seals.  Fares ten cents each- way: Kiflccn lickcts  orSl.flO.  Schoolchildron's tickets will be issued ut.'l.'!  for Sl.fK).  No baggage carried in passenger bus. Special  wagor^for baggage.  Qualification1 and Registration  -OF-.    .   ,  PROVINCIAL VOTERS.  plNiiiiwI  BiiMiMw  NORTH   RIDING   WEST   KOOTENAY  ELECTORAL' DISTRICT.  "VfOTICK IS HKilKHV CMYKS* that  .i_\ in ncoordmnco i\ iiJr I ho pruvi-ions  of Section K! of tho "Logi.slnl ivo Klec-  toratesand Klootiuns Act, l.S0l,"l .shall  hold ii Court of Revision at tho Court  llousi', Rovi'Islokc, on the eleventh day  of.huie, 1S01, for tho purpose of hearing  the claims of any pci>on.s who allege,  that their ii.-nne.s have beelr improperly  struck oil" or omitted fniru lire List of  Voters' fci\- tlie North Riding of the  Kloetoral District of West, Kootenay.  T. LIVINGSTON!'.' UAfG.  Collector.  'nil';  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   AND   FIJOM  All Eastern Points.  Through Kirsr.Class Sleejiing Carsnndjl'oiirist  1' cping (Jars to   without, change.  SI- cping (Jars to St. I'aul, iMontrenland Toronto  icjii  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Atlantic Express arrives WrlOrinilv.  Pacific ** "        17:10   "  Kor full  apply to  information as to rales, lime, clc  I. T.  Ih'i'Witi'i',  Agent, Bevolstoke.  ono. Men. nmown.  District. 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is'fhpldff'o iif Moiidiiy..ff ���.AiyyfipSpZypyXyiyP-
f ��� For a ]��ir-gb"glass:Pf Stbpi'i.iig, '.0���.������Jil.ar.w
straiiifl's Bager; ofair-'itt file :Uvii'iiirifKotbl..
ff; .'i&ej.rublyi;', meeting ff;waH'; lie ldfirfrf tlief
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purpose xydpCKlibg:^
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eaiunins are*vpi'yffhiiieb;,;eroWvipd^.this;
wpekvfwe'arP;bljJiged-tpflrpld'^f oyer.; thpf
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'ijJeiit;:.:f'.fi"oin f-fEirglany^ fwlii.c]i:.:inclii'deS
jionjc vor'^prefttyflfiidiekf J3!op^8sfpt>ai';i-;
ffRE\*'E!_S:fff��KE  STATION
y fffi;; f Gmi vfcji iently vsiti
;S Best TablS fin ftlib'lnteriibfe
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illj.li   !ir'i*d ..-(.!ir.sji".
JiirveffciTripIefeyidbpw. that fit f'is.f ff.Tlieii' ['.'I'liiiAyhiU'
f-it is byidbritftliei^bx^i'irjiHMitisfi'bsj'ipri^f-'Jpdian die..:. ,.,.; -.; .*..:.;v     .   f f
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' .prujteriy by, ulie river   u'riless   byf .aoei- j (l) (.���ujj.i!s Jim
,/lpntf vfbeyotid -.'lituiiaJi f -iCoJifinfii.. f.;;-,..Tiiti (;vy -Ci.Vnt'.iii'ii-ii.t'g;' spp fsaid': "' f t lierif ivi-J* f
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f is riO   rioeideht.   'Tltt^ " Jfi.ytiruri.m* '��.*v- p ,sti.;iot:fiHo.  ytfAv^ryt- !v.'t-k:.>i.f. 	
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j ��*;is ,Iiill's-^k-loivli-fP'f '"-"', -', '.,"..' .'','.-.'"'
|. 1 rr ;Un-\y<^r to tlip tf-onrt., \yii rir:.ss's|,;rtf*-"d.-
PY)!''] <fi)iil--*fhp. iyas.r'r-irryirigi.l-l'ii'' I'l.th' in r.i'it-:
i irii'irriiiig-vl'n'"ii. tiroy rifif ! hi-' Pli'i.ii* rn;iri.
j'-Jirri 'hit lb(" .H'liitiV.'in'aii "11 'fip'"sbPi.rlfitj'.r
1 >\'.ith."les \iyii. hilt lie  diU. iiotf pointf.hp
iflt'^?'Vy;ft,h;ii.f\yiUr ffixPept iprlaiiy f liiglr
f'Wapf-rPtlie'b'-st piirt'ipiii'f-r.-he   tVjM'fiisift.p
nvrrs liable, to 'be ��� pfiirifr! aivay
���yparfs- j.i;iNt. t-hb ^iiizetis' h.t v P - been*- .-.p.i'o-.
f it/'-stiiig fiigtiiirt' ihu fia.afcp"' 'iff ...t.liipgs. [
���'��Thi.-ji. ^a|Vr   Ipr-s 'f.at'aiii fund ligwin .*;rp !
yj\iyii vorPd'tofdraw 'thf.'-'att.Ai'it-ji.iii- of.-.M r.f-j
'Mara rindf- ill*'*, ���".(.-ic'iyei'iiinpiit'',!���'*." 1 In* |
-V.l'aiisjPi" cpi'tain to !p.*ih,h-   'I'pm f n-.u ' '*;<>:- j
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,<itir ' iiisc'Cirre f posifi ion.. H.avirr'g the ,
''ji'iaf I/t hj'owuht ri'i.irieii' notii'i- su'iil'o-ir [
The \*i.o>vr".irtin'"nt.. c,aiiijift.','d.'iref in'il. plp;i',l j
���.���jynor-aiK''': : and i.ir'fst.r-ipfly- ' L-.-gal liri'-S'l
.:ar*.'"    liable'   for- rill-   druiiag-'s caused )n
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fisv .mi. i'!:P,.iiii..,fpi'..\,rip ';i('eiv-.pd :
plir i,:ed ..?,t').'h;i.i,I-,: iA'he "'.j,w".known���'���
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it '.y^lf-fip.iV.'K'"?!. "f Picpycti . :���} :.uy
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ri'iiiiiri.-v. .'Ui'tl fi',;V'.-."t''-a-'j-e ..PlK.rrv.
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.���a, <*>&.yi;j' ifj^J
gr.rn.-iu't.ho   iiiiirriing,   .On  1 beii-ffi'tfiii'i'i J
ill t.he'al'hipiiooii sliP.Si'as.f ciii-i-yilig tbe |
���^���i.in.'.'iiiii J iiiifh.-id a, slick-.-iii   liisa ii.-ind
about ;! f'e;-r hi.lig   a-rul    J f, inl'luis   Ihiek,
\.\ h-i>."ll",hi'':'fl>it,i.'ll(li'a,l   U.sill,'-*' tpiiiiin^a seal.   '���
t'ef 1 ll'' (alioe,     \\"rie-!-,, j h"   whiti';   liia.il   |
Mii'd:li'; '.V'.'iild Pol. go aw,'!.*."'. J'i.rri   Jbi-eW !
I he -*( ink 1 ui 1 he irr'1.1 ind .ini'i .Psked bet''.;
I'nr'liis gi'iii.'   Sl.ie did not  paritf to g;ve ;
llini lhe "Jfi'm-.' ,.ShP..|.vas'a.fi".fi,'rc! libf .vvpji Ul ;j
j sliooif (.he fvvrjifp   nifiri. f-Jiiiif 100k'. the f
|f.if 1 ni from lier.   She;w;ifs snri;.'Ife did-jinf-' !
i V'i'e'k it.   '.Slid y.'ati: sl-iiiiifirrg'u|Kiirt:,jpvp. j
it, aridftbn tbrttfefrofii i,li�� \
W/K-i   WIJ.I. 'I "'  ���u*.
sui'-eiy P'",i- him;
.THE railway' blockade;
i-'.f'Tl.f !li
! ''':*'?'- 'A'.
i (i-"lrrpi 1
i   'Mr v,
;Uii-    Wi'i
'. ;.-.. i-Hiti.''
; ' ..'Mr: 1'.
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1 )i!'!"T'n.-i
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'   ���TlfKfC.P.I.b* 'hnrlgi
'.been    t.b'.'. . Jiipans of
f?vj].'   Tlie    first,   -pier
���*.iir t he pastern sid
.has    (.���er't.arniy
gravii.ting'  the
'in    tJie'i'watfa'
tiri'iis tb-*' f.l'.ivv of the.
feel; on bis i'i.,
white'mail. 8111.' was elosP .ti) .TibiiWli^n
the whit*1 man.tired thi;ffii'Ktyribt,'.: il.iTii
was hoidbig his gii'ti; wilh "Trio rmi'/.iic
|')(im"f>ir1ig;'i'ri.the a.ir- find slanted.f tb'vthe
left. After fin* first shot Jim started to j��� iif>Y7\v<;ivnJir::-e arn-t
lieliind sonic trees, when the white ! !���''-���f'!'   M'i.rii!:i-,v.
  ,.., JJ       ^    ���    V I   ...JiJ.l..VV,iO,., ,_i    ftu      IV.-    (U. I I I..    -., jV. ��l .V        pet'SPll
.... a<'iv<.'i"i.'��t��.-nJ in- Eli.; vO��'.?e^C:to he !*,-:...::.   -  *. ... =>     :���������������  .,..- ,,:...     ........ r-,   .,..;..
;,-'i?''.'rVi'iiV-Vlfi "''OH".-Uii-i'.f 1 -""i;**^f-,iirin-.-1 Ki'j;.ffWirOKe fiia.nie frasybeonf HM'Puglulry.diint-
���.f;ia,yf\(,i.bep}:ii'V;-i,p(;pp;i-l. fori ;u;(;-iviirii/i;tpd;fi'Pip.fpr sf 1'ncLpfF 'tiie' 'voteiw'.'.'listf
s:if?fbhv'k;idefoijffh^'':it5byay:':-f:. ���f::'''f',t;L^hbuid^ii'tbuci..ihb cb'itrfc. .'**.-f-f ff:'' iP'fy''--
'.��i:-i*i'i.!.;i:-ef'To'i:'f-''W'ilV hPfPliPbptciSf'Ciire j: v;P ';-..-.':.-.'''; "���;'":' * .':*' '". f'. f.-'v- pf '.-.  ' ^ ff   :
zPyii'iA VV". f -?t.l. .-'.Hro-ivn, 'fpmx-isitibnitsfc
<;Ppdid,;.it*b fvfbi'fftiib.-. iNfoi'tb:; ,*1 tiding of;:
fVV*Q��t-;->Ko.bttjniiy,���..;.-��� refririit>r.l;':.-;: ciii-. :;tbe'
steribiei* ;.Ar:i'ow,-;onf'\V(>(bics(liiyv vfi'Pni
a P;U'iv;i.��s.'inp I'Mil- l.liroirgb,t'.lif.iso!itbc.i'n',
end'iif tip: .!.! idi.llf/.    jl.p'vi*rlif|pd .J>r!tfkUf'|:i,'.'
���Kife 'V'aih.'y'.'; I'.d.'snui, 'Trail'. Creek. -i'inW;
i:tliprv[)'ifaei:f-;,.iPl'd .�� ;i:s evi'iyA'.'hcre eoi'di-
al.ly -r*eeei vf,*d a,;id  '..:���:).t-iiin-ij    riPuryfpi'o-
fiiisPp ol:;>,U|.ipprt..-','.''i*Jf iV lit'owi; .(lid. nbl,
;iil'.b'fp;y. any   ptibljir���������h'i>.'<'|.iiig, but will-:'
.:-        , :   ��� -.' ;-do so. hLt('r,..>>n v.*h<'n bis opponent,,'Air.
vPih-fnijp! ii';..'.nti'i-!Vi'/-'-'f |v.eUi{:,'is pi'pyp.V1' ���'���'''    ': .-'.-   ff ' ' '".   ���','���';'
. 'j..'. ���TV(;,rfi��-.-''i'.v:.-.ir!i!.'t. ;���'��� ; .\*f P,-�� i, f jir'ciyjsi.-'ijr^' and v whiskey -.'-''ai.'o
n .a ,,;���<:,;'���!���>��� i,iii'o:iy  i[������liijtriijg silor.l."u.-i fifiwii.     ,!',''<"f-f' is ipt'it.e,
'���yp'X ���'P^'X ';���'f"f,:.; ���'���out if'f''High|./::,i<;.ii.,\h-Ifi:<fy- l-iiefiiiili-lfi-
'/, li'Ai'p ���>"':;, ''���i'-1; ;-   ei* fPxpe(:.{fv   iotiie  'ea!l fe f from,' ��� I biH.'s
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t;;.y   'riot "'��� I.;': 'for'. he\i'i',d .-Vilvys,'. fit is
iid .tire'fa.p. '[t<A lb:,of \vbi-vkey. iii town
���;(.:<j .lij. .liu'.l   rii'dlt-. ,'i   "'���' ���  .  ' . ���������
f( Billiard and Pool Tables iin lirstrclass order.* *;
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A lii->k'i.. .'��� ".'��''> !<i bins hi.
'. f.
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Imi.    :m<(J    t/nis    is    tin:'
crumbled,, Pva.y.     -VIr..
j:;Prisr.i'ifn;t'.-p some rip-rap
ifioiut- last   .sii.uuii-f.u'.   v.b'aib
^I^il '  Will"!''.'of   ���j'-l.rit ..voar
riaw-.stood i,ii'i:,'lipij n.ot..-tii6   exeepi.iniv j
';-/'i;.- f Jjiyfii v/:>.t-:.'!" covered 'it a iid ' ip-lf   at !
Iilrrli   1 >j-��.*��� K���' Oe
bank ,tba,l. iias
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p woi'k a,t; tbis
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'ii.boiit fi'l ,1'i. .from , 1 pn an'-)'., I(i
the   ivhil.e  ';, ia.,";  ���i-,-|ie.i '{ iw- ;.iij,-.
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riia'rp 'hud ;* giin-'/zhieii !(������ ' In
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More Water in tlie Valleys of the Fraser
and'Columbia Than Ever Known in
Living- Memory.
��� The high ���water of ISOI will long bi>
aviiionihiuvtl hy the inhabitants of both
the Krasoranil ('oluuibia River Valley's.
tScarccly a family residing on or near
tin' banks of these, rivers hut what
.hiivc lost something by tho itiimdation.
louring tin- whole of last week -arid tin*
.week before thi' water was sto.ulily' rising owing v> 1 lie very hoi/ weather prevailing.' List SuiirJ.ry arrd f5Jond.iy,tiu'
'Columbia had passscil the "highest"
���water-murk hy several iirchos. ' hut,
m.'\ er.il days before this lives had been
lost, and homes ruined on the Fraser.
Only fragmentary reports of the frightful calamity ai.'C'iiilhwack have reached here owing i- the wires heirigjduwn
arrd the railroad rendered entirely u&e-
,]es.- for two week.-. p.Lsl. tire la^t ninr.s.
papers leceive.u from the coast or anywhere west of Ivaiiiloop-, being'dated
May 2tith.* ThofO reports suited that
a-; in,my as 2,'> bodies have heen counted
floating down ihe Kr.tser. ,urd that the
town of Chilliwh.rck has Ireen .swept
away. A week ago yesterday (Juire
1st) t'-'.e following telegram reached
Spokane from Vancouver, 13.0. :���
Tilt- l<*i.isr��r Itiv er   i- (into inches above  the
ai"i\st mi ii.- in h -t'irj.   Trio Hood  .
l-'i-.'-or Vallov tor over lire milc.-
still i'~
lii.; [-iv-0,- vailiw toi over liw milt..- i- dovas-
led. il i-, o-lnuarul lir.it oui 2.0 fi tannics are
l'oiii-li.��� .'.nil thu proper!} hiss is S'l.u'i.'.iiilO. rt
I'-ll.o*", t t'l.i. n > ni',it l:i-'�� have been losr
'i'Ik'io have I, on ;i,.-,iiv ii,ii,.)\v !.-.i".ip".", Tno
tlno i will stop all .aiming op ration;, aldtig Iho
K'.r- I'ti.i--��� .ivin    "i ii. ii itu,.i! ri.-u"[t i-.,i i"',u--
fill   r  a',1 '   ,LiM ;-i'l!l   rr.   Ni .'   W'CsllllUlslcr .111(1
V.lll. .lllMl.
The P.u ilie coa-.r i-. pructK ally cut off
from (-O'rnitUiic.tion with the lest of
t.'re continenr Nearly every bridge in
tiie city of Sji.ikaue h.u- heen cai ried
;i\\a>'. Xo 11 ains die running on any
ol the great trunk hires���Lire Canadian
i?.i'itie. .ireat'.VPi i.her-n and Northern
Paerrio. The AVbou 6c Fort Shoppard
it. under water lor consiih-iable distances and innurrKr abb'washout will almost, necessitate the rcbuililing oi Lhe
entire road. The huge bridge over* the
Knot-enay Piv er on ihe <_'.'& K. railway i�� gone and fN'elson is isolated, except by steamboat communication \\ ith
Kootenay Lake towns. >,(> mail has
been receix ed from down liver points^
for ne.n ly two weeks. Tlie Xakusp iV
Slocan road N badly damaged, and
woi'l: had to he ���ju-pend'-'il.    'J'uol'i
Arrow   Lake  rord
has been
under water, especially near* Ihe Illecillewaet to rr depth of from 1 wo to six
leet. The last train to pass J lirough
here from the west Wa-.' on Surida v.
May 27th.
K.p.t (>l Hevcl-tokc things aie very
litlIt- Ix-Hicr. All the bridges over th'e
Kick iny: Ilnr-a* and How llivcr arc said
to be down, and as no t ruins are coming from th" east thi.- io very likely.
The hu est eastern paper r-eceived  hero
,are covered with logs, and bhe stern m>r.s
have not arrived up this week.
News from Thomson's Landing dated
fNfniiday last stilted: IJad a terrible
wind storm here yesterday which
knocked dowir acres of timber and did
threat damage. Several" resident* of
this place who wero out boating orr the
Arm bad a close call. One party was
(hiveil into the bush and another upon
a brush pile. 'The storm passed over
quickly, however.
;Lardeau City i.s completely-submerged. Tbe water in ,Wrede's Hotel is tip
to the windows and is still rising. The
telegraph ollice has been washed off its
foundation and L-, completely, wrecked.
Hichardson's, IJolel was successfully
Honied across the street,.hut completely water-logged. fMr. Russell's family
,b.is just moved ovei" to Thomson's, but
they lost rno.-t of their iurniture. All
tlioinhalritants aro now at Thomson's.
Tho fife, in which Lardeau stands presents the appearance of a watery waste,
and'many peo'ple arc visiting it as a'
curious spectacle arid one thac may only
.he seen once in .'^lifetime.
t, A portion of lifvansporr and the new
w igoa road- ai'i- mulcr "Water, in
soine jilacc.s to tho depth ol Leu or
twejve feet, so that the dispute as In
lhe best point for- starting the" wagon
road has now sett led itself. Thomson's
is still high' arrd dry. 'J'lie water- is
within a foot of the highest sedimentary deposit, so that if i.s probably safe
ro say it has nearly reached its utmost
Iii 11it.
Mr. JUoxloy came in on Saturday
from Hull's Landing with his chickens.
He has lieen drowned out, and lost ten
horses out of 16. All the l.inches
around iihe luoufh of the river arc inundated, and'all the ranchers have sustained heavy losses in crops and live
jl.ive just boon'infoi sued that the
upper bridge orr Fish Creek is gone, as
well as the larger one near Lrudeau.
Hoi.h wore new bridges. fUost of the
towusifo at Trout Lake is still out of
water, but the lake i.s rising.   '
The expedience of the past two weeks
in Uevolsitoke will ne.ver be forgotten
by those who ha\e spent/them in !,ins
town. It is almost two weeks .sinee
t he river- began to he dangerous, and
the first'I o sulfc'r tw,is  j\lr.  K.   Fraser.
rr 11 peg
wa- t
.Mliii. 'I'he greater poriinn of (loldon,
on the Columbia, i- slated (o he submerged. Horrald. Leaver" and oilier
place- have .sulfered severely. TJie
���'Loop."' near' tin- Glacier, is in no
danger. Ai Itoss' Peak the mountain
tori ''lit w.c-heil out a tunnel and caused a rock slide. Flat Ureek bridge is
jammed wilh lo,j;s, causing an overllow
iind a washout about Mb feet in length.
There is also a washout at the railway
bridge at f\Iud (^reek and a very bad
jam. At One-mile post, just easl of
Illecillewaet. there is ,r large slide, llle-
crllewae',, rfseli is pi'oteiti'il by a wing
dam, built very sirongly and! filled iir
with rock. There are two landslides
between Twin Iluttes and the railway,
bridge, and the iong tr -stle bridge hall"
a mile ea-t of T'.\ in liutte- is hanging
h\  the -I ringers.    _\ rmiiil* M
\e-! on lire t'
b\   I he i O'll, ai'\    al
House,   and   oilier
;i'i -. i onnng
iii^. i ii ed loi
���ilil. lihieii"""
nu I In i  e.isl.
<in 'i ni': voiiTin:\wi
I fall'1- Lairdiiig is under
in,' ��� o, , i io i e !i, 11 1. lie,
I* igiit hoi'-,' -. .1 nd a eii,\
,1' o\\ ire i hu I iriim.ll
'ia ^ -c 1 11  In en  vili1.   '1'
,n i  I
['   m:\i.
\\ ,il i'i-
il    i ne
ha I e
whose bouse is on the western hank,
which has no more protection, from the
inroads of high water than 200 or 800
feet of shingly beach can give. Ho
bad to remove bis laniily to the house
of a friend at the station, then the
cat (le, pigs and poult ry wore removed
to fVIr. .Jo��. Dolau's ranch, about a mile
further we-L 'Two liens, a turkey and
several small chickens were drowned.
Tbe gardens were four lo si\- feci.under
wal("���, and as they have been covered
foi- so long a r mio there i- not the least
hope that anything in Lire sh.ipe of
fruit or vegetable- ,wili be of any ti.Se
when' the water .subside,. Over ball*
an aire was iu strawberries .ind l.'JO
Ir nit trees uere planted within the past
three yearts. 'these aro rrll .-purled.
Tlie house ."ind barn are standing in six
feel, of wnLcr, il\t' whole extent of level
land af tbe west end of the bridge being
submerged to (batdeplh.
Tbe tj.I'.It. bridge has, contrary to
the expect ,d ions of many, stood the
strain well. Fears were cntorlained
that the structure would go when tne
water began lo rush bet ween the lir-t
pier on tlie east shore of t lie high hank.
This portion was Iilled with large rocks
and the water was. never before known
In go over it. But last Saturday night
the locks began to sink, showing that
tho foiindal ions were undermined, arrd
soon the whole went out of sight h"h,\\
and the water rn.-hed through. Carloads of rocks were then brought, and
10b men wciy employed- filling up the
cavily, ."32 carloads being tm-owrr m before the rocks appeared'on lire top of
the -water. About 200 carloads have
been n-ed irr this endeavor to -ave the
bridgoj and the woi k wa- -in 11 ���fill, a-
tho stria turc stand- lo-day .seemingly
as -I 111 lg as e\e, . .>. h nge j i m i ol h'u,-
i)on- i '" ('",'<''1 '|l ",l(' "l 'he niiudi'e pr -is. .uni
j il -������( ine i at one lime as ji the hi utge
until.1 rro. but tire j.i'n ��,;., ('e.uid
auay .'lli-r the iii'-n wi.rkid ,,il mgiit.
Trie i\ : s -il ' 11, ngj 'n'Oi,i'i Ihe bn i.m
(-    -ilP   go i.y   on.    .111(1    ,l-ih     n.ilel   r-
way, which was erected'only a few
days ago, floated olf ironi its foundations. The owner and some of his live
stock was rescued by Mr. O. 11. Allen
and others on a raft.
lint the greatest excitement centred
ou the river, which had for some days
been two feet above the highest water
mark recorded. Saturday had been
hot; Sunday was much hotter, and the
result was .-eeir in the huge volumes of
water rushing between the piers of fire
O.P.K. bridge with a roar like that of
Niagara., Crowds lined the brinks,some
lookiiur on, other.- working at making
log 'booms or fenders of brushwood,
which were fastened by telegraph
wires and slid do.vn over the crumbling
bank to the'surface of the wafer and
held in pl.H(-t by roy.-'sJ'a-tenedto posts.
This protected the bank at the surface
ot the water, where it ran swiftest.and
no doubt saved considerable Jarrd from
going into the river. '        * .
A house recently built by Mr. Harper
close to the river, north of the browrey,
had to bererno\ ed a bout 200 feet inland.
At the Brewery M0 feet of the bank
was cut clean away for ;t distance of
-e.i-r.ii hundred feet." Tbe ico-ho.ise.
cojrt lining Si) tons of ice, was mover I
fifriher in and the bank' prot'icted
with trees and biusii. The bank [a
about 2d feet high at this point, .ind'fs
composed of sand and small pebbles,
wliich. being undermined by the swift-
ilowrrig current, talis in the river in
huge slices.
All along tho river front tho bank  is
pretty much the same,   with-   litre  and
there a stratum ol larger1   boulders and
less sand, which withstands the action
of the water better than the sand u ifh-
out  tiie  boulder'.-.    So  that at pre.-ent
there are several promontories standing
out further into  tho  river  than'other
portion- where there has been nothing
but sand   to  stay  tbe   inroads of  the
Water.    Tho whole townsrte stands upon t lie b"d ol ,in ancient,  river of  vast
size, and the Columbia Kiver- of to-day
is cutting its way tnrough this  pebbly
berl   of   its  predecessor.    All Hie forie
of Ihe <.��iu'rei!b  stHlcos   the  high   bank
on -which the town i^ built and   the   C.
P.JL bridge h.is a great deal tn do with
this, as can plainly be seen.    Tiie  first
pier Iroiii the ca-t or town side (brow-
the  current   toward*   the   bank,   and-
when   lhe  stream  runs al   the rate of
from ]2,tn 15 miles an hour   if  may  be
imagined  tnat  the   walcr strike-  the
crumbling bank with no  gentle  force.
'J'lie back swirl ol* water, after rushing
through the pier.-.forms a sort of whii 1-
jiool under the roadway--the only outlet���to the Ere we ry. the cemetery and
nig I3end._ This road is les",  than  ball"
tbe width it was formerly, and is scarcely wide enough lor1 a wagon  to |i,i��.
More wrJJ go.arrd their we shall be practically shut oil' from those place-.    The
only other outlet is over- the ruilwav at
the bead of Douglas Street, but the'  C:
P.P. .say- we ni.iy not eros^ the (rack.
At the Victoria and Columbia Hoi els
:-!0 feci of lhe bank is gone,   and   M'ireri
the natural -lope forms itself, probably
ten feet more will go.    A I, piescnt  I lie
bank   i-   perpendicular,    which foi (nation cur only be su-l.arr.ied by.-olid n'ck
cliffs; all .sandy or pebbly banks nm-t
.-lope.    The propi ict'ir.s  laid down l.i-t
ye.ii" J50 feet of rip-rap. and  this stood
very   well   iin Li 1   lire   watei" got above
ami behind it.    Assoorr as tbe  rip-rap
was carried away the current got in it-
luii'k.    Shed- and wood piles  were  i e-
ino\i'd,   and   ver-.v little but real estate
w.i- lo-t.
Irr   ihe   reai'  of   Hull J!ro-.' picnri-c-
lhe hank is formed of lire large  .-tone-
iientioned   jiiiove,   a
ollll '
ll'f 11
y   11in.i in   hi-
���Aiiow L.d..
-, ���. i l d un-iii
���l.l'igei   I-   !��� I-
,M r. Jo'in i
a1.'.ml     I    hall
bele iC;t
"I 11 iv.
ion - new    I
11 o'; 11 ii j : i i >
in.- *
iv d-
aud   hoiijder
offered mor-e r-e i-h-tncp U> the current.
Quite a proiuoiit^irv exists here, ond
Mr. Wondiow did not remove Hie
ice hoi!~L- and it- content s until YVcd-
ne.-d,iv evening. About 20 feet of thi.-
bank left lire town for- good."
Mr. John Stone's place is m a bad
condit.ori. and a,'great deal iriorv ot liie
bank   wili  go.   'it  i��   barely  four1 leer
��� from iris collar to i,h," edge (if lh" hank
; and ,r .V-foot wll i- only (wo feet  lur-
tlier .; wa;,. Mr. .sio.e mov."] his k e
Iiou'm .   (oui lining   2o loli-of  ice. e.irl.i
,   111   , II."  '.Vi    'k
Hi-nrnd -'Ji1. H. X. Com sice's si ore
, and w..i> iiouse.- toe i>. ni., 'ving '"1,1-
i po-t 'i ,.: -a.ul .lean ,   rl'-.qip M.v.l   .1'    ,1
1 .Ip   1 i'.U - lis    ~e. i i.,!   K < ,    r rlrl r   i*
' loiii.i I ii.ii. r.i'i -->.' ~. i i     T-   i, "I Si oie- -.
��� *>[   .   ' '"l-ri.1   i.,!,[   mei'   ,V    ",iii'l,    i i-'
mi-iiiir   b't'liis  oi   tries <uit'
wire and dropping theni over the bank
to  the   water's  edge, each boom being
held  in   place   by' ropes   fastened ,to
stakes in the ground above.    Some  of
the giourrd gave way^ou Sunday night,
cairying(booiHs, ropes aud everything
with if, and a considerable quantity ot
now   rope,   is   travelling   towards  the
Pacific.    Mr.   Coursier's  premises  are
pretty dose to the edge, and the weight
"of the-irurruitrgs  may  yet push away
tiie  remaining  hank.    lie.  is  building
a   temporary . structure    on    Benson
Street to sCore a portion of his goods,
the   remainder   being   already   taken
across the street lo hi.- old   WwielK.msv.
Mv. Coursier only  recently  purchased
Hie promises now threatened with destruction h'oni Mr. J. Fred   Hume,   and
also another Jot a  short distance   further  dowir ;   and   this  lot ha-sulfered
more, probably, than any   other-, quite
one-half of jt  having gone   into   ijw.-
river.    Mr. Coursier has the sympathy
of his neighbors in his loss.
J' The rrext lot, owrrod by a Chinaman,
has lost about 10 feet, and  the  end  of
the house comes'within four feet of the
bank.    This will go shortly.
ill. H. Halloa iril li.ul a voiy n*(jc llo.iei- anil
vojri't iblu tf.urtoii in V.u rt'.u- oi In- ilwillin^-
hoiisc, frn.'u4lie li.mk (1 jur o-t which lo tlio n\i.r
u.i> ti'i fcut. Tlio yudcu it {jBne, or most of ir,
anil I hero remains barely SO leet train tho door
to the oiljju oi tho bank. It soi'inoil .-noli a pity
to S.C0 the nico rows of pea-, pot-moos and olliei1
voiwLiblcs toppling over into tho rhor.
The no\t lot i- ouncil by jlr. S. liiokorton.
who inis a dwolhiitf-liou-c nnd garden,and hoie.
too, the water ha- made li.i\ ock with jiiiinV iu-
du-trv, abinit t!) leet o! n \ory nice ^.irdoii hd\>
iii{j talion n dip into lhe river. II, w.i- riiim's
fir-t iittouipl .it i; iidumug dining.i tln-uc 3e.1i"'-
lOsiitenoe heie, but it will not, be his, List. :is lie
is .i f.iiiiily i.i.iii now. ,
The propei tj ol Jjiiii Cluint; -ufl'orrd Llio-ame
fate, n could not stav here ,my longer, unit bun
Uiiu.iir's y.iuien is id leet aliorLer ili.ui it ^,i-
la^tweulc. It ii.in wUl siookul with ,i \.irioly
of vcyel.iblo-. ' ���
3Ir V. 11. Well's proper!} hckI door, formorh
the jin-t ollice.ui.l a \i\\ iiljasn.il jilnco from
whii.li to w.itjli tno wivjiy :i .���oriiic in Icrm^b},
followed ouit, forlioiv fie s.m.ly luiikii.id no
hclplul iiigi-oda nt, in the sh.ip'e ot pebble-or
boulders. 'I'lio pictiiresqu,. litlie w.i'., built Oil
l Im biow of the slope, t/ink .1 tiuiible and u,i-
imier -o^n ,ii,Min, ,in,t s-hoilly .irlei mn'ils the
ground on ".vbi^ti il, --Mod w.is eiigul;i'io<l'.mil
Iho plcjAant nook b\.tlie river s'de (\.is none
lorover. The hva<len lUcil now measures b)
feet Jij-s.
."dr. P. It. J'clcrson's pl.tec vv.is n very model
ol <) Kitden .m.l Ilia iitviier took Hrr���.it pride iii
il. lie ii.id -diiio very clioieu I: ml t.vos, .'ind
e-iiOciily ,i iii.i��iiitie..iil bl.iek uiiii.nu biisii
v. lii' li ],i-t s ��� ison w.i. in.ulid w il h e\"i.e|it ion.illy lui ro fruiu, He had the -lope Len.ued to l li J
w.il. Ts, odfce and pli.it.d \; ihi oil k'p is ���,>'
cliinbin,f lrlanls and ;-rJniul l tails Ui-
.-'Iravvheriios had no e.|i,���. a, tliei.iv.n and be
would not li.iv e t.il.t'ii a I loin.ei.l dollar- for
Llio pioporl}. ll-value u- di'-trovcil. Tvvontv
leet of the K.ndeii ii biukeu clean oil' and tlieiu
l- -c.iuely t) feet lei,l. .
Uie.it eltuiU were made lo save the CoaiL
lion-.; KKmnds .mil Ihe pieUj maiden \."lucli
ilis. ICirknp enltiv.ued to peifeel'on. Itoom-
wei 0 init, do.v n lor protection. A poultry iiousi;
nnd lool house with llicirc inleul- were "reiiiov-
ed 'to -ilely, and some line lose tree- vvliicli
were (loomed were leinovci byo/iieer flrabain,
and none loo -onn, tor slini'tlyiifLerw.ii'iI-llIU'. n
leel ol the enclosure vvenL down into tlie pcrcedv
maw oi the 1iiiii��i} i i\ir, wlneli still cried lui
'"inure," and more will e.rl.nnly fallow.
AL llieCeiilral Unlel uiilluiii-c- unit elo-"l-
w er," nun ed b.uk ,-cV( r.il leet and boom- lmiij<
o\ i r tiro 1 i,ink by ropes, fin11.quire lilieen feet of
the pi'oini-u- loft tbe -i i-ne in lenpiiear no more.
.SouLli ol the Cent r.il tne bink is thieklv over-
ifrowii vv ith biislii--and siindl (roe-, uud these
-lived it from any great uio-um.
The Kientc-t Invi- nl Iind are Me-��i*s. .("niir-,1
-ler. Itillcga ml, liickcilon, bun C'Iiiiiik-iiikI rui-
ollii'i" fiiiimiiMii bellind vvho-e pienu-eH the
bank ha- lnvn -copi'd out iii'ii ^rcvl hul'ovv,
lirobabl} iueiu-eil was I'liuipusid ciiluclv oi
snul an.I otl'i'ivil ver} littlu icsif-tanee to tin1
lappin;.' of I he eiiri i'iil below.
/>- yet it is iiupo���ible lo estimate Ihedninane
lo jiropRity, bin takiiii; into ,'n count (be dcpie-
ei.itinn in \,ilue of vvhiil is left, wc should -;iy
il will no! he acent, lc-s than ?2j,0'lll. Others
lilac il a-IiikIi a- Sl'i'i.i-cO. It would be only
inii-lliiil Ilie lluiii'iiiiiii O'ovci iiiuenl, which i-
re-nonsible I iir I In- gii-.il, lo��� by il-proei-.i-lin.i.-
tion, ,u\<\ I In- (J IM.'. t'o., wlio-u In-idKu i- liie
in.nn cause nf lhe eurieiiL unilermmiii^ Iho
hank, -lioiild i ci oniji use ! bo-c vv lie havu-nllor-!
id lo.--.   'I'licv have the i-yiiipalli,v ol  Ilie   whole
iind down went the multitude, and wnorcvcrii
biK->lice fell away there rushed the ci��wd Lo
K.ue wilh awe,uid wonder on tiie water which
had swallowed It.     ' ' .
A wire-tietelied nero��� the road leudinif to
tiie bridge wa- the e.iu-e of several brokuri
.-bin-. It vvas placed there lo prov cut, traflie, a-
tlie road was dangerous. Hut the eliuinij vvlio
lixed it just 1J inelus from tluuKrouiid ought to
have been lhe llr-t to fall over it.      ,
MrsvS.'Uiekeiton. who ha- been ill1 in bed lor
two weeks, heard people talking about the-Lalo
of tire river bank behind the house, rfhe began
to lear the house would go too, and worried so
much over it that the doctor oidered her removal to another house across (he street. Otherwise-he would woik lier-ell into a to ver. .She
was accordingly lemoved, bed and all, on
Tlausday. ,
V'h-cai Hi*. AN'cUs' w.e. went down into the
seething wuleis one of Mr. lijrkup's roosters
was perched upon it (solliey ��ayi, ��ud great nu.
the poor bird's di-Lie-^al rinding himj-oll afloat,
lbs slinll calls for help weie in vain, and away
In- sailed.' A l'tlle further on heiim-t have been
-truck by a bnglit idea. What were wings for?
He used tbeni.and ajtuall} -iieeeeded in getting
a.diorc.   This, will probably be contradicted.
-.'wining the incide'nU' arising from tlie great
oxcilemeiit wa- that of ' Jlr. Tajiiiiiig's gang of
O. 1\ It. iueu, who wore cut ting'down trees and
bush to make booms for protecting- the bank nt,
the bridge, tro-pa���ing on t'j'.l belonging Lo
Mrs. "Warring and cutting all the bushes thev
could Iind there. Some ot Ihe-o vuj;e growing
within 12 feet of Lhe window and acted nt
screens from the heal ol the-un. ' The shade
li ..0- ai o gone and the ow nor threatens to bring
.i*i a.lion foe ire-pn��� .u'aiiisL lhe C. I'. H. \\'"3
aiiii Tsl.inl Ihe Onl.ii wi law allows the recovery
ol damage-for cut ting down tree- in (his uiaii-
ner io liie extoiiL ol ��! per inch ol all timber so
cut. IWr. Tapping'- men were in a hurry to
save the b'idgj.ind did not slop tj inquire lis to
who owned 1 lie timber or the land. 'J'lie C.I'.Il.
had boiler eonipioini-e, or liioy will iMvcaliij,"
l.iw-.i.l, on their lut'd-, jh I he fa'ir wiilowi-a
flist-olu-* lUi^.iUi.
Itum.'i-s were rife that a boat vv it h tiiroo men ,
ii.id been-ecu to enterthp.SLeainbo.it U.uivon.'
aad the boat came out bottom up. Then it'w.i-
s iid thai Lhe I'm ee nitin were Geoige and John
Ten} berry and Iheir partner. The story of the
ciiiplj lion,!, vv,is added'Lo bya hl.ilemcnl thai
iwo bodies had pa-sod under KevelsLoke
bridge fiuriiiiiv alLeruoon. Oliver Lewis and a
fi lend .iLiu.ill} saw lhe bodies and described
Litem. One had dark hair and"- whiskers, and
both'were thought lo be Jt.iliiui--. Ulr. Jjowis's
friend ii.ul a-mall field glass and said he saw
the leaimos plainly. A l��.rge number of people
then L louglil IIi.il Lhe l.rLe ot (lie men ou
Canie'- Oteek \vn- mm led 'i'he bodies could
be li'ire bin. the Terr}bony biolhois. Two
diifty, lon^-haired Li-.iiii|i- maiched down the
nail on Wednesday, winch, when shaved and
elcaiud, turned out lo be George and John Terry berry.   AVho-e were the bodies.'
The devastation is widespread,-eiu-
b'-.icing towirs and cities in tt.C, Ore-
g nj, Wasiijiigfoc, Color.-ido, California,
\i .. 'tis tbe following telegrams will
show. All these are dated June 1st,
ami a- the Columbia has risen (prite
two feet since then it will be safe to say
taaf the situation is much worse now
than when these telegrams were writ-
fen :
eau run on siilirdiilu lime. There uic serious
washout - oiH.ii(Tltio (.Irarule and faanta l'*e roads
Thirty miif"- of the .South l'nrlv load on lhe
Platte and the Santa Kc road in I ho canyon are
inunilateil. The lo-s lo railroad* is llio heiivie-l
evporienoed in this htate.
' I'lve hiuidrcd lanulies were made liomeles-
by the Hood in and iiroiiuil Denver. Over IiK)
jieisoiis have ii]iphed to the county commission
er for-ai i. Ji'orty l.imihcs are mipri-oiied in ,i
-clioolhou-e at, .leiomo, but are not thought to
be In daugeA. ^    ���>
JJui:nt.o, Colo., % uue 1 The rain censed about
midnight. A large lojee has been put, to
woik by Ihe city tu drain oil" the water. Oul.v
two boats have been leeorered. Kive person1-
are known to be drowned.' The loss lo busines-
linn- is estimated at SlIM.iHH). The loss to the
railroad bridges nnd tracks is very ho.iv y.
Tu tho Editor of ilie Koutcmtx Mttit:
>   Silt,���TUipgh   I   would   like  our   M. !���>. 1'.
answer; '
Why were the ColuuibUi. Uouj-e men rAtainril
at the soul li end of the canyon,w hor e tbi$y w ere
easily got rid ol ? Why were non-eilizens retained m preference to citizens 1 Why did you
return foremen to waluh from three to iour nicn,
vyhen money was so scarce? Sir. Ivellie may
try lo make lire boy- believe he had nolliin^ lo
do wilh their discharge, but the boy-all think
he was the cause.���Yours truly, 1).
Uovolstoke, .lunetiLIi. istlj.
^""NOTICE. =
'VyOlTCli: is hereby given, that a fJit-
JL\ ting of the County Court will he
'hoiden at itevelstoke, B.('., on Thursday, the Kith day of August, < A.I);
]S'Jj, at It) o'clock in the forenoon.
Regisliar County Court.
Revelstoke, J mio 7t h. HSi) I. '
J2> 0i^.^j^y^^
tnw n in their iiil-l'orl inn . md we in.i}* sa} their   ],,l:i
loss ellecl-eve1} eiL:/en iiioie oi le^s."      ' '
Pouri.i.vi), .Tunc I.-The Hood iu .the Columbia coiiuniics toincicase aud indications aie
that the woi si, is yet Lo come. Yesterday night
tho upper Columbia at, several points vvas.it a
standstill, but icporls lo day-how that t 'orivi r
is.igain iiorigiibo'il, oui loot in il hum-. The
liver rs more Hi.in a lool higher than ever
known, and lhe (lanugo vvill 1> ��� uiini"iiv' The
liitile boil nm lands along Lhe river liom lhe
liiii'ky iiioiinl.iiiis to Llio sea, n disl.ince of d'U
mile-, are all inundated. Ciop-,, are riiiiii.fl.
lion-"- swcpl, nvy.iy nii'l slo. k diowiii (I. The
ilood has come gradually, whieh ha v e gi v en ro-
sidenls an ii|ipiiiliinily lo move I heir household
goods to plnei'sol -airly, uud in most iiisLiiicis
sln.iklia- been driven lu higlier giound. l''or
mile-nnd iiiilcs along I he river lhe water has
ri-.cn ov er (he l.jps of telegraph polet.
Along the Union I'.ieillc ironi Ibis ,-il v to
l.'iiiiifilln fur about 31 miles (he liaek is under
walcr. 'I bey have established a sliiiiubo.it
-er\ ice, wlneli riiiililt's Ihuii lo i.irrv mails and
)i.i��� i nger-. The .N'oi (belli I'.ieilu does mil ul-
leiiijil to operate il- line bel wi ( u (In- lily and
Ciolili". ii distance of 1(1 miles, bill ni.iki * i ounce"
(ion b,\ a linge Irausfi r boal. In this cily the
wilt j|" has ri'-eii into ! lie basellicnl s .us lar' b,u.k
as Ninth .Strcel. and more Ih.in half lhe elcvu-
Ioi- in Ilie eil} hav e -toppi d for want of puwer.
Itoi'i.nuu. Cnlo.. .June I.���The pipe factory,
live hoiihcs, laiho.-id hack- and all raihijud
lirnlges have been vva.-b'il away bv llio flood (if
lluiilili'i" Creek. The Kini-el blanch u' the Cull
r.iilioad and Mouiii.iin raid are inlirelv gone.
'I be (('i i an iu and Salma mining e.nnp,, in tloiil-
der cin.von  ,ee  wiped o\i| of existciice.    'I'hey
|iii|iulation of abu.it "J'-i. Xo lives were
j h,-l. .Many pl.iLcr iniiics aie ruined. The lo-s
' iu and .noiind Hmil'lei iseslimateil   at   ?.V�� i,(KKr.
(be  i^i-rjii, i r.iiulder lia-li.id   no eoiiiii.uiiK.ttion   with  .mv
with Iho i oul-ide poinls- ,mce \\'edne-d,iv until to-d,iv, a-
, li legr.iph wire-weie down  ,m:t  the  roads' nu
iclio-i^'-   P usable.
beiuli'iil        l'111^ I'Jidges between heie and die nioiiu'din-
A lope famine  m>is|   en-aic   from
qu.iiil Hies  of  new   rone   unit  went
si,, earn
I     Saw'hi-t inaik-the s|io< wheic the
I so.oil, bin roliiiL'^ i=. i,'il to in I1 k (lie
I row of pea ��� ilial Sain anil a Chinaman  s,,.,,. -,-.,,,     , ,   t. ,      ��
I iriuih lalmr on | Koek  mid   Sugar  hii.il   rue gniii. I'i u���i.in and
I'clc- w.e. hiiu,'.-ii-pen.li"d to a fir Ireeon tic- Civ timg mill-are Hooded and -i\ of their out-
lodge u! (lu bin'v (or Iwo or l',|iee d.ivs, but, biiil.iiii^s -wept down the c.mjoii. .Springdalc
] final!.,', i.ceiv ing no helji fiom above, quietlv, ,l'"'', J'.L","'.''t''nv", 'la'-cjaillered gi-MiIv. bur no
j look rhe tie;, n its em'ii.ice and wended its vv.i}
i -eavvard.
siiein -o   ba vo been cariied a way     The tow ns ot Copper
I'*-'" i,.���. i..   ...,a   c,    i...ix   _     .....     ''.   ,
U ii'iiM.'. in ik Il.e io.,' .ill' iiis it cho't-
(hop]) rln rticv ii ..loin, -ide lhe bank a- a v
lo irii.l nil' the c n-i�� nl II aib'ii lil-e.i I
uinl liiei.li/  n-in i,. bli -s .1   I   W. "jriut.i
11   il-
ills  Kll.'i   I  1'
I'-ici i:...
ij) lb   I e -t
i p ii '.ul  bi
| i."i!,�� 1 io ,,'la i i
' i,") ���!     to    niil
an I
1,0 I.
i li,
,1 , ne low n
"' put oil!,   hie hi-1 -u'l '  '
- i; -, be   vvinilil   i- ih''i   ').
in   bv   lice .my "(av, aiiii
Up   I'.l���I'Ssl.lM   i.'"   lu.    '���   -
���i   ( ol.uuiji.i.    .-5} uipai bv
id..rig    im m
oj   (i'( e-
o_r('ihcr   wi
Tlie idiei .
�� ei :^ li i '���.
w In
Inv   I mk d
>' dial la I..'
Ilie bank nil
I ll.lllkl ul ID).
) ii.i f.ieiilai-ciu be lnul except lhat   Kjiringdulo
i hotel is in  nuns.   Several  other small  [owns
.i'iiii-; I'i" cm}u,i have  b,.,( n   ],ill'   (l  s!.o}cd.
lull nut iiii).-.l  Ihi.t' i-egardiii",' I 'i   lo���i - ine to
he had until (���oi'iiiiiiiiie.iLu.n vvilhl'.iis. dislnct- ,
, i- i e , ,1a1 li-ii' d.
it .vvrai. .lime 1.��� Tin, PlaJIc. 1,'ivoi continued '
to use until :> a in  lo-ile.v, in.' 1 ,i i igrng  Loucnt ,
is   l.i.'miy   tlii.i u-n   lhe   eit}      In   (he Jrroiiu. |
l'i"s   i;oila\  anil   i iv er iioli'mis in the oily .i'llJ
i.iiuile   wc.r (,>nip'"H si to iU. ,n liiglc i g'-ound. ,
Oiiebo". wa. iliowu^.i      I'anuaiikinoiiisa'id i.nl- ,
ni.'d ll u I.s,ir> washed ,uv,.., m siveial   place-.
I'lie d.i,n.igi" is not lu��� w, but tin. lneon vemence
i- ���!( ,il     j i will Iw -.w ei ,u  da ,-  In foi e ll,i (lis I
Euucation Office,
Victoria, Matj 3rd, IH'.)!,.
-l^fOTIOB is hereby given, that tin
JJN annual examination ol' (."jrndidaie*
for certificates of qualification to teach
in the Public Schools of the Province
will be held as follows, commencing on
"Wednesday, July -1th. at ft a.m. :���
Victoria ....In South Kirk School lluilding.
Vancouver. In High School Jluildmg.
Kaniloops ,.lu Public (School building.
Eachapplicantniust forward a notice,
thirty days before the examination.���
stilting the class a wi grade of certificate
for which ho will be a candidate, the
optional subjects selected, audat which
of the above-named places he will attend.
Every notice of intention to-be an
applicant must be accompanied with
satisfactory testimonial of moral character.
'Candidates are notified that rrll of the
above requirement- must be fulfilled
before their application can lxftfilcd.
All candidates for First Class, (ii-.-uie <
A, Cerl Liic;d.es. ii/chiding Graduate.-,
must .-utend in Victoria io fak*1 .the
subjects prescribed for July ilth and
Kith instants, and to undergo required
oral examinations.
S. I). POPK,
Supcriiiteiitlcnl tif lulttvation.
Electors \ North Biding
G l-.vn. i��M !���:;<,-���
11.1vino- been requited by
a 1'iryc number of tlie ItlccLors
of ib�� liitliiij; io -s'.cind cis a
Candidaic lor rc-v-ducn'oii.' I
hereby rLnnounce.-tnysdf a Candidate for yoyr .suffrages, and
trust I may .receive your hearty
co-opcr^m'on, interest and votes
in m.y Jjehalf.
If elected, to ihe best of
ii)V abilitv I will .ilwavs endea-
vor to promote the best interests
ol   the   District
ours Respectfully,
"iur   v
jxi. ixiHijLjXjlXir
IT T TTJl 1 -rlvrju   i.  THE KOOTENAV MAIL.  THINGS SAID AND DONE ABOUT  TOWN.  " [m*   DIOGEN'KS.]  Whatpvpr may be said against  0Avorkingmeii's unions or kindred .societies, 1 know of one case whore tbe  members of a certain brotherhood  found it greatly to their advantage to  belong to such an organization. The  circumstance took place right here iu  this town about ;t month ago. All the  C. P. R. employees here, with the exceptional" one class, had to accept reduced pay or '* git," the reduction  averaging about 17. per cent, of their  former earnings. A man getting, say,  $00 a month was cut to '$50, and so on  both downward and upward. The one  class which this reduction does not  affect are the engineers. There was  no attempt to cut their- wages in the'  least. Why was this? you ask. Well,  the sole reason was that they are members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive  Engineers, and had'their, pay been reduced there would, irr 'rrll probability,  . have been a general strike,-ill along the  line. So it pays a man to belong to a  powerful organization such as the  lirothei'liood, when a' great-road like  the. C. P. It. adopts*' the old adage of,  in  lie,  their case,  "letting sleeping dogs  I see'the men who handle teams  in  this town have gone,to work and made  ii new road for sonic distance  parallel  ���������with t.he Government road to the station,  so recently   "gravelled."     They  follow the old road from Toboggan Hill  to the point where it (the road, not the  hill) took a tumble   to  itself and  went  into the cool depths of the' river, one  hot day last week, and hero they turn  nil through the timber to the  left, and  1 am suprised to see what a nice road  they have made.  It must be a pleasure  to tlrive   over-   it;   so  soft,  so  silent,  through  the  leafy glades   and   burnt  stumps.    But why' is the main   road  boycotted after the Government has so  generously expended $250 in  repairing  and gravelling it?   AVell, for one thing,  the "gravel" runs too much to boulders,  "Which" lames  the  horses,   loosens the  springs, and crinkles the spines of the  ���������, *' passengers.    .So the main   road  i.s left  iir  solitude  for the  chickerrweed and  2  wild  strawberry  to  luxuriate   in, aud  lovers who have no care for the roughness of the way may be seen  meandering ahing in  the. gloaming ; but nary a  s horse  nor'a 'bus.    The gravel   should  have been screened before leaving the  quarry.'  ',       *  * . i  Those, people who  keep  pigs sdiould  '   also, keep ,the law, and  confine their  ' porkers in  their own., domains.     My  ireighbor's chickens delight irr scraich-'  iu my garden, and  destroy quite a lot  of flowers, but,when my neighbor's pig  ' puts bis massive  bead  under  my gate  and'lifts' it, oil' its hinges I think if time  ��������� to protest. I hope the constable will  at once see that.-thoso people confine  their pigs within limits. It will he too  late after a garden .has been despoiled  and a dead pig lying in the midst of it.  Xo one cares about spending months of  care and trouble watching and tending  a garilen'and their have it rooted up in  15 or 20"miniites by,nnother man's pig.  Besides, there i.s the law against allow-  *��������� ing pi.gs to run wild," aird tire constable  , .should see that it is enforced.  ������  *    - *  P. R.   Peterson  has soirre  oafs  arrd  clover- growing orr his land at the  foot  of Front Street.   No  doubt if looked  ,i very enticing from   the roadway,   and  one. of C. Turnros's cows took  air   idea  , uf sampling it. Accordingly she made  an attack on the fence.' and, having  heen victorious, had just begun to revel  in clover. But before she could enjoy  tbe stolen sweets. Nemesis appeared oil  tlie .scene in the person of file owner���������  not of the cow, but of the clover, lie.  promptly locked her up in his stable  and would not allow her, to be removed  until the sum of $o had been handed  over for the damage done to the fence.  It looked al one tinre as if a big I_tw.suit  were'' about to he commenced, but .Mr. I  Trirnros finally thought the quickest  way out was the best, and accordingly  slumped up the money and.the cow  was liberated. This might work very'  well .with a cow. but how about capturing and locking up a pig i  #  , , ��������� *  Although no news 'front the outside  world has reached the town lorn week  we have" had plenty of excitement to  keep us i������ a livelycoiidition. The. wind  on'Sunday   afternoon    played    some  - prufiks with several buildings, and'  several garden fences were leveled.  Tbe front part of a house occupied hy  some   Italians, on. Front   street    was  ������ ripped clean oil' thu gabie end, ami  portions went flying un and across the  street, striking" the nouses opposite  with considerable force. Mr. Cowan's  big warehouse was lifted off its foundations, and but for jaming against the  office next door would have been 'carried a considerable distance, the ollice  it-elf being -Topped ' from further pro-  {ri-es-* by a'fence.' Trees Were uprooted,  windows blown in and -perhaps the  nro.-t peculiar thing that ever happened   the big jam of logs in the old channel  up ihe river was blown up piecemeal,  and the river for quite an hour1 after  was strewn with a vast quantity of  debr't*. which passed under", the bridge  irr a big proci"--inn.  Before the excitement, caused by the  cyclone had died away the tin- engine  boll was heard ringing, nnd .-non the  streets were alive with the mernhivs of  the brigade and spcctaUirs. It wa.s not  two minute'* from tin* time of sending  the alarm until the engine was on the  spot���������at the end of Hanson street--  where a bush fire bad been started hy  a Chinaman who had lit a lire outdoors  TO boil his kettle. As the wind was  blow ing rhe fire away from the tmvn il  wasdecidednnttou.se Ihe chemical-.,  and the engine was taken back in lhe  Fireball amid a downfall of rain which  had begun lo lay the dust. Two or  throe other bush fires broke out in I h<"  townsit*' almost simultaneously, but  whether from the lightning or by human agency was not known. As they  wer" all at,.'i.safe distance from any  dwelling and , the . .wind hi .a. .favorable  direction no ���������.further, worry ; was iu-  dulgofl in oii their-account.'-....  The natural terminus of the wagon  road about tobe constructedfrom  Arrow Lake to Trout Lake City,  thereby tapping" the famous Lardeau mining* district.  BUY EVAN SPORT LOTS, because they are for sale at such  moderate prices that when the rise in their value (which must  come) takes place, the profit on your investment will be proportionately great.  ,  BUY NOW, because it.is not'intended to offer these Lot's at  their present low price for long, and you may as Well benefit  by the rise in prices. ' , *  Lots from $25 to $100.  T. L. HAIG, Revelstoke, B.C.  (jILKIElK,   &  ELLS,  POST-OFFICE STORE.  Gents- Furnisliinffs,  THOSE WHO USED'  TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER  For the Fly,Pest last year will be g"lad to learn that it, can be.  Procured again this Season at        ,    ,  THE    REVELSTOKE ��������� PHARMACY.  r.                                                                                                r  IT IK SKA.SON FOK  HIRES5  ROOT  BEER  Is again ai,  hand.   2o els. makes .'  5 gallons.  Stationery,  '���������-������������������'������������������.   Patent Medicines  Aid TOILET ARTICLES- of every deseription.  FURS BO UGH Tf & SOL D.  Specialty :   :  SHIRTS and SHOES.  ' NEW STOCK OF PERFUMES, SOAPS, TOOTH AND HAIR BRUSHES, ETC.  T.  L.  HA  NOTARY   PUBLIC  3  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.  C. I '. *^3 '��������� ���������  '   FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the Kootenay Smelting' & Trading" Syndicate.  DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  AGENT FOK Til 15 FOLLOWING TOWNSITES;  TROUT LAKE CITY, EVABfSPOBT, KASLO CITY AM) NAKUSP.  THIS SPACE SS RESERVED  roii.  ^ZDATfEJIRTlS'IMIEZESrjE1  "..      OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOO  ; We have a complete stock of PAINTS, ready  mixed and ground in oil. Dry Paints. White Lead  in 12 1-2, 25 and 50 lb. Irons. Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil: Walnut, Oak, Cherry and Mahogany  Stains. Fireproof Paint for Roofs, ;&c. Carriage,  Furniture and Elastic Oak Varnish. Copal, Japan  Dryers, <fec., &c. 0 ,    ������  ',* ,     (        ''    ���������,'��������� .  '      ',    :o:���������r:o: 1  . WINDOW GLASS ANY SIZE UP TO 36x48..       ''  st  ANT POWDER, FUSE-AND. GAPS  7 ,������ ���������  ALE LiuOOkS:  BBVELSTOS  33  TEEL; BAR AND FLAT IRON AL SIZES.  * < r  STOItSS  AT 'NEW. .BENDER   AND   NAKUSP.  RKVELSTOK  o o o n o i> i> i) o o  o  o  ti   t) o o o ') o o o o <������ o o  ARTY  DEALER   IN  BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, ETC:  SUCCESSOR   TO.  THE WESTERN MILLING COT. (LT'D.)  BEVBLSTOEIE'' SifeA.3STOBC.  o  DEALER IN  EEOUR ROEEED OATS  SHORTS. CORXAIEAE              '     '  BRAN" ' '     Ji A CON-  OATS            'P BUTTER  EEED WHEAT "���������   EOOS  HAY POTATOES  '     '   FRUITS, unci VEGETABLES ���������f;,ll kind,.  ?&''*\ x  :���������?...    '"y//'i%A" kji"    . m  "  " i  "���������2:        -5 ' 'i.*-***.*���������':- v*. .������' \   V*"-... ."Y'v..* .' ,.   v.:*"-. *-  tpkXtpS^'^X' f<Xf^y%  MUST go ahead I - - Why?  GROCERIES  OI-" .\[.'l.  YOUR CUSTOM SOLICITED.  Agent for-- Watcrous Engine Company.  If you want to reach the People m the North    j  Riding of West Kootenay "1  ADVERTISE      Z3ST j  The +:��������� Kootenay <+ |\/1a|l.|  we no  ; BECAUSE it is the metropolis of a district whose  mines,   besides  being*  fabulously rich in Silver,  j carry a larg-er peorcentag"e of GOLD than any  silver-lead mines onthe American continent.  KINDS. BECAUSE nearly all the mines are within a 12-mile  radius of the townsite, and theroutes to them all  converge ih Trout Lake City.  BECAUSE during- last winter several of the Lardeau  mines were being steadily developed in spite of  the slump in silver, and larg-e quantities of GOLD  were taken out of Lardeau Creek within the limits  of the townsite.  Price of Lots-Corners, $150;   Insides, $100.  A PREY TO H. ASHBY & Co., Kaslo, or    -  Speight Wagon Company  uud rnmllNu..IN-.rlno.I .ULAoo.o  .,   AND AT, HONEST  PRICES.  ILE;


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