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 i  Wff  ;&  l-Skl^  *V7"  w  t^  /...���������������  <'y/"  ^  VoL 4.���������No.'21.  REVELSTOKE, WEST% IvOOTEXAY, B.C.,  SEPTEMBER, 11,];  $2.00 a Year.  'IN TROUT LAKE CAMP  THE WEEK'S NEWS   BUDGET FROM  TROUT LAKE CITY.  ' The Deal for the Ethel Group is Off���������  A Big Cash Offer' Refused for  Gainer Creek Gold Properties--  Development Work.  The failure of the fitliel bond wa-i, to  ' put it'mildly, a'disappoint inenl   Id the  jit-opli1 (if Tiimt. Lake.    It' seems  that  Oil. Topping, after bonding I lit' group,  went tu Spokane and raised a company  tu take it over.   They  sent.  |licit   export to examine it : he   reported, favorably, hut thought   I lie  price  ton high.  A      A redni-eil   |ii ice   vvas   offered,   with   a  '    10 per  cent.'cash    p.-iyuienf,   wilh,12  tin'ii to he constantly  employed.    This  'offer was i-efusi-d  hy some of the owners.    ]Mc. Topping  reluctantly   laid'off  die* ineii and left for Trail (.lie next day.  ��������� No i-eitii-ns have I ecu made yet from'  the   shipment    ma'def liy    tlie   Gainer  Oi-e.-k Gold Mine Co.    The.  owners  received   an  (ilfee.,of $150,000  oa������h   last  .week which they refused, as they claim,  ti) have   nearly twice   that   amount   in  sight.    The   offer   was   made  by  Mr,,  Paul, of Winnipeg.   .All   the  time   ho  'asked   was  three   days   to   place,   the  .    money to their credit   in   the   hanlc'.-tt-  .    Revelstoke.' .The deal   is   not  off  yet,  as the'offer is still open, and shot.Id the  shipment  not. come up lo expectations  they may consider $15(1,000 worth look-'  '    ing'al. , , _,-..'  The Fiee Coinage Co. have let a contract for an additional 1011 feet on their  tunnel? Tliey will also put up subsl.m-  tial quarters ,foi- the men, with storehouse and lilacksiint.li shop. Tin*,  buildings will he of' lmiihcY as timber  ' is scarce on the lull, /j   .    ,        -      ���������  Four men are working mil the Ohui-  dvkein Glacier Bisin; Thus. Wilson  having bought into it, work will he  'pushed until (hey are'well undercover.  Tlie'owners expect to make a shipment  before the winter sets in.        - ,  O. D. Hoar came  m   Tuesday on his  w.iv to, vi^it the  AhhoU.   Gioup.    Met  will examine the new discoveries theie.  Should the ore   In;  otfa shipping grade  ,    u   large   force  of ���������uiei)   will, he   put to  "work .-it once to develop*!!. *' *  ' "Tlij-    Silver    Queen'   Co.   have    lot  -"another  eonl r.-u,-'..  for  5") *ft.   ol;   work.  Cabins will fie.  built, and   -upplics   are  going up.    Il is evident, i.hey inteiiiLto  woi k all winter.  .Messrs. ])unn A: Farrel are in town  after a svisit to the Silver Cup and  Coinage. They were accompanied by  Mi. Munro.  Tims.' Taylor, the recordei, will lake  ���������a well-earned vacation   in   a   few days.  . He will  visit   his   home   near   London.  Out. , ,    t.  1). L. Clink is  preparing   plans  for a  ileal  resilience  on   Lake  Ave.    lleex-  --   pects    his   family   out  'from    Toronto  shortly. '  Mr. McDonald, the shipbuilder of  Nakusp, is in town'on   steamboat luisi-  .  IICsS.  A. Ross is- building a l.-utre   stable on  '    Riverside Ave. for his s.iilille and pack  horses.  float the boat were una vailing for some  time and passengers were landed who  pioceeded to Roli-,on. On Wednesday  tins Kootenay took off the p.tsst-ngei-s  and mails and tried to pull off Ihe  Nakusp but every attempt was vain so  ilnnly was she grounded. To' make  matters worse the river kept, falling  and matters looked verj serious for  awhile. So serious indeed that the  attempts to pull hei oil' were stopped  and on Thursday she was moved about  10 foet around so as to skid her oil'.  Tackles and apparatus for skidding her  out went down from'here Thursday  hut ihough 'iiupiii ies weie made this  morning no news of her Moating had  then been received.  THEORY VS. PRACTICE  Keystone Mountain.   - '���������  Tin* first locations arc a group of four  claims in which Sinilh tc Wilcox arc  interested.' Through them a ledge of  10 feel, in 'width has been, traced.  Further north is a big lead of ium  pyrites and galena, al������o fully -10 feet  wido with four or five locations made.' ���������  The big lead of that mountain is  about, a' mile further north and runs in  a noi thwosferly 'and southeasterly  direction with a width varying from  1(H) to 800 feet. It has an iron capping  but in no great thickness and the vein  below carries galena iron pyiites and  arsenical iron with gold and copper.  This lead has been I raced, 11 or lo  rni'es. Northward of this lead is;a  belt, of dioril.  conies a  are some splendid leads of galena much  resembling Ainsworth which are exposed on thi; surface.  Keystone Mountain thus apparently  presents a splendid field for the investment of capital, but so far, it has no!  been' fort hcomiiig. ' Bui when it does,,  t he district, being one through which'  roads and trails can, be easily made,  there is eveiy prospect that the results  will be very profitable.���������liotmliindcr.  INTERESTING DISCLOSURES BY THE  SHEARS INQUEST. '      '  Provincial Analyst's Opinion���������Druggists Say They are Familiar With  the Prescription���������The Jury Disagree���������Coron c-r's Stalenient.'  hydrobi-omate which   had  crystallized  out.1"  ' , '   ,f.  Dv. .McLean, coroner, says that as  the jury failed to agree he, had placed  the atr.tir in I he hands of the Attorney-  General and expressed the opinion that  a new jury would likely be called.  GAINER CREEK GOLD.  and. syenite and   then  .... ��������� ,':>��������� ���������' .  contact,   wilh   lime   in   which  .SHOT HIS PRISONER.  He-Tried* to Escape and  the Constable  Used His Gun.        , ,  Tin  shno'rng   of    IL    Murphv     bv  Constable W  of the week."  IL P  'lure   was   the -event  dining room  i!i -,  .������������������-������������������  .'ID'  ���������il'  > A Serious. Loss. .    *  The news was received "-yesterday of  tho_total loss by,lite of the shaft house,  .dam, Hume and buildings ,-tt the Con-  isolation Mining Company's ground on  French Creek. The lire occurred last  week and originated iu'the blacksmith  shop.      The   shaft   timbers    too    are  ' burned for about, twenty feet down  and altogether i,t is a very sei ions loss,  about $(i.OO'), to the, owners, .Messrs.  ���������John   Sweeney,. Ceo. . Lafurme.   Belt-  ' Lcvomjuo, Jos. Bourgeois, .Angus  Gillis and Sam Dusehcue, , The last  two named were working the properly  and are expected down every day to  give a full account of  what   happened.  ( ���������     ������������������������������������ ��������� ���������������������������������     Ifc ,.._��������� _..    .  'C.P.R. local Notes.'  Work has been commenced on the  uew roundhiiuse. ��������� It will, occupy the  sumo, site and ho of the same capacity  , rts, the one recently desl roved by lire.  11 .will be or,brick and stone.  . Itls ioained that the (j.l-ML Oo. have  inf*d(,"-''srf'ui(lt "arrangements   with   the  Revelstoke Hospital to c-ari- for its em-  , '   . - '.   '    ���������������������������...,"   "i1  ." 'i  i .  ployees at a,certain charge per mouth,  and ime 'patient' w.ls   se'ne there   this  ; week.      The   Doiilil,('l   'hos-piial', '/it.     is  stated,  will 'b- 'discoi'ifi'iidod "alid  o'iu  erected hole shoi lly by' tile  ei'iinpany,  Dr. Proctor, Ihe   company's   doctor  Donald, will be in charge'1 ''  Murphy went into the  the Union Hoj.el .ijietit  '���������7 o'clock Wednesday -evening for a  meal and had, as related by Mr. Brown,  sohie woids with Che propi-ietor about  the price. A policeman was called up1  by telephone and Murphy made lo get  away before he could arrive. This the  proprietor of the holel,ti ied lo pre\ cut,  and got a swift I low in the face for his  interference. The- battle continued  outside the door and though the hotel  man got a nasty blow from something  ���������a bottle, a bystander says, ami as it  Mils found lying at the feet of the man  arrested il is likely con eel���������that, siiiii-  ned him badly, he knocked down his  man and Liking .Murphy's,hal and the  bottle went back to the hotel. Murphy  was just about going'.-liter him again  as the constable came, up and then he  was given into custody lor assault.  The constable look his charge down  town but when by Pet I ipiece's stable  ho'look leg bail for the brush back of  Wiil Abrahaillsiin's house. As it happened Ihe coiisiahle was going to  Albert Canyon when w lie aiiested  Murphy and had no handcuffs to.secure  hiin when he broke away and it was  fast geti ing dark too. What happened  al'ler the man ran away is not known,'  as-the constable or Murphv arc not al-  lowed to stale to the interviewer, "but  whatever it. was, Murphv came mil of  the brush in custody, but with a bullet  in his right foot below the ankle, lie  was taken to I he hospital I hal. ev en ing  and the bullet was removed. The'  wound is not a serious one il is claimed,  and the doelors slate that if (he man's  coiisi it ulioii is not impaired il .will  occasion him no great injury.  Informal ions were read to Murphy  on Thui sd.-iy charging him wil li assault  and es(.;i||ing from lawful arrest ;md he  was leinanded for thiee days. Chief  of Police llussey has wired for particulars of I he shooting and im doubt  an investigation will be held into the  alfnir.  ' The adjourned hupies^ on the Shears  death 'was resinned S-tluiday. Provincial Analyst Carinirhaor.s repoi t.  was icad.. It discovered a trace of  strychnine in t he stomach, and quoted  the. U.S. Dispens-iry (page 1209) to show  that bromide of pota.ssium and hquoi  strychnine made a peroipitati" and  should not be mixed.  Messrs. Ma'dery and Reid, local druggists, both'said that the prescription  given by Dr. W. B. MoKechnie was ,-t  common one and that, rthey had  frequently mixed it. D\: Jeff's gave  his opinion." He said the symptoms  might indicate death from other causes  such as pneumonia followingalcoholisiu  and he further said that the first follow-  i*  ing the second in variably resulted in  death. He thought, too, the position,  in which the man was found inddicated  that he was not' killed ,by strychnine,  as he would then have been lying'on  his back. He *"Hid that a man suffering from strychnine is goneially of  very clear uiiiid, while tho evidence of  Geo. Caldwell, taken June 8th, showed  that. Shears was not at all in his right  miiiil. ' , , ':'  <The jury retired about 10.-K5,- audit  only took them about fifteen minutes  to discover that. Ihej* could not agree  upon a vi rdii t. Il.'is learned that five  jurors favored a verdict of death" from*  a (-(implication of alcoholism and pneumonia, while one juror (IL McLean)  held out for a v.-idiot of death (liu;lo'  the pi ecipitalion of strychnine which  all been taken in the last dose proved  an overdose.  The, jury v\vas as follows : o F. W.  La ing (foreman). W. .1. Law. F. L.  Johnson', R. H. \Y;|spii, Thos. SkiuuVi.  II. McLean.  George T. Mallerv. liliiuagei of Mr-  Dow ell,.Alkin*-, Watsonn,Cu. stoic, "i  man' of very huge experience 'and  knowledge of his business, was interviewed by I be M.vn., Friday morning,  and a-=ked about the presi i ipt ion ad-  nimisteied to Shears in lefcience to  the quotation ol M r. Cat inichaels. He  piddiiccdii bottle that was perfectly  el.-'ar, and a smaller one of ciyst.ils.  "Canyon see any of t hose crystals in  this larger holt!",'', said he. No! said  the Mail ropre.'-oiilalho, for theie was  not. the slight obi evidence of any kind  of sediment or piecipitate. I made,  thai up on Sunday, as Dr.* Alclvechnie  proscribed il. tu Shears, and this is  Friday mi you (an see for youiself.  The prescription contained luoinidei  of ])<>la.-iuni ' 2 (li-achnis and liquor  strychnia (per Drilish Pharuiocopeia)  H drachms, equal to nine-ten! lis of a  grain of sti yehniiio. lie said it was  not. an uncommon prescription and he  had mixed il times without number.  Mr. .Mallerv also pointed out that nc-  coi ding lo  Meroks,   one   of   the   very'  at  I '/I  .'    ���������:'Thei Nakusp'High and >Dry.  '(rhe si eanier , Nakusji J eft Trail mi  time Tuesday, bqli failed lo'anive at  ;it A i rowhe.uI as per schedule ; iiiul she  has not arrived yet. .She si rink while  on her way, on Kouleii.-iy ILipids, two  '.miles south of Robsnu: At- this, point'  the ICooleniiy Hows' inlb t he ('plnni'liia  wit Ii' ���������������������������great'force,''and i\.*'\ he, N.akusp was  entering I he el nil i pel she was- by some,  means i>i' other driven fori ilily by i he  (���������m-i'i.'iil    oil  a   gravel   hjj,'' ,l<"Jl'orl.s  lo  On Monday, Tom I!,tin wliili; cioss-  ing Downici about 15 miles from its  inoutli on-a raft, lost hy its 'up((L'ttiii^  liis rille, compass, blanb'ots and Al.j'in  rii'inicy. Hi; was out prospecting and-  had ii near call foi  his life.  At. :i moot ing in the .scliuollKiii.se on  Saturday ev uning lasf it was decided  to send a mineral exhibit to tlie  4|io|-ane Fair. Mr. White explained  ihe object of the mooting. Ooiiiiuiitees  weie appointed to raise funds to send  a caretakiT with the exhibit.  '    Mk  erect his magnificent new hotel /on a  ho.uil ifiili\ le\el jiicce oi ground  ���������siI naie about half .-> mile fiom (lie  fiiuiiius ii.-tiui.il springs. This jiieie  of gioiiiid (.'oiitliins afoul fifteen nciV-.s  alii,! will Ik1 frausfot'iiieri into a oliiirin-  iu,4 |'-.-u'k. This item was olii.oneil  ti'oin gii.idaiil Imril v on a'ci'oisnt of (lie  " iillllieiiilis intji.ii.1 ii.'.s.'f' iece-ier' iVuiil  ilili'ildilig  pill-lolis nl' l hi; pew  il'i'll. '  best, authorities, the solubility, of  sti-yrh-ii.i hydi obroiuate was one grain  in 82 drops of w.-tter and as theie'are  1020 diops in the bottle it'is seen' that  IK) grains would make a solution. So  thai if enough liquor istrychnia was  put in to make a precipitate it,should  ho more than Miflicie'ut Id kill at'every  dose. I should add here that in'Ihe  prescript ion of Dr. McKechnie there  wore 10 drop-* of tincl ure of capsiciini  and some Kol.t but it would have-no  ell'ect in forming or assisting precipitation.  C. 10. Moid, druggist at W. A. Grit'-,  fiths store,'also a miin of much  acquaintance and practice in his 'profession was seen, I oo. He also produced  a spei-inieu botl le of the mixture and  it was as before entirely free from  precipitate or sediment whatever. It  was made up on I he day of I he inquest.  lb'said he had mixed the ingredients  about 200 times and for some of the  most eminent, eastern physicians.  Asked as lo how the-text' book should  be so specific on"the inatter"of a;precipitate he said,- ���������" As a matter of  'caution, as it was knovl'ii'to precipitate  in abnormal dn-i's." lie said the  tincture of capsicum and kola would  have tended perhaps to suspend rather  than accelerate precipitation.  The sentence in the text book pointed  oilt by' Mr. Carinich.iel, and what evi>-  dently is the whole bone of contention,  Local and Personal Briefs.  (Jeorge T. Newman, of Airowhead,  was in town Tuesday. '    -  u    Sir Clias. Ross was   atj.iin   in   town  Tuesday. ������ "  A piirsonagef is to be erected for the.  Kev. Mr. K.ud.  .  Lee's new house on the hill is almost  icady. *  J'cb Williams ' and Jack Wilson'  went up to Big Bend, Tuesday. r  Ed. Adair went hack tin's week to  tlie lulls for eight or nine, days.'  Mrs. and Miss Bradshaw haw: returned from their visit  to  Vancouver.  L: A. Fret/, i.s building another  house next lo the one rented by J. D.  Si til-aid.' v- ',   )  , T. E. L. Taylor left Tuesday ' for  Vancouver* and , \v i 11 be back in a few  .weeks.  Murdy McRae wan slightly under  the weather this week but enjoyed the  sunshine on Thursd.iv.  T. L. Haig ,returned . Wednesday  from Illocillewaet where lie had been  on mining business.  -. This month's Kootev.'iy Guide i.s full  of useful and interesting matter' and  well worth taking.     _      ' '   ,  Frank Pearsall said good-live to the  west on Monday.   'The'hoys   were,   all  at the station to wish him well.  ( i,  George ..). Atkins returned from  Chicago and Lead*, ille on Sunday and  went up to Big Bend Thursday.  W. Jensen, of-Victoria, was in "town  Monday. He was bound'for the Kootenay Ui\er with rod and basket.  The B. C' riflemen passed through  "Tuesday on their 'way home .from  Rideau Range.  ������������������Somebody unknown'' cut down  one of Peterson's trees recently. , It is  a pity to spoil trees to spite the man.  "Mrs. A. isf Smith, wife of ourenter-  prising baker, left Wednesday moi ning  for a visit lo i(datives and fi:ieud.s*in  Maniluli.t.    - '  "J.'.Ji. .Scott  leaves   for   Trout   Lake  ���������City  on   Monday   to   tako .charge   of  Ahey's drug   store   at   'that   coming  place.  The. Methodist Sunday School  picnic did not come ofl Monday, on  account of, the" inclemency of the  weather.  A. W. Mcintosh is having built a  cottage on Third Street near Chapman's corner. W. Abrahainson is  doing tlie job. , ���������'  Work has be������n 'commenced on  Tafvloi's  new  house!    C.  B. MacLoan.  ** \ s.  ���������Revelstoke's leading architect and  builder, is iii charge. ,       -  F. McCarty is going' to go heavily  into tlie coal business this winter and  will keep a good supply always in stock  at a reasonable, price.  Archibald is nearly through   at   the  v " ( ���������  com t house, and outside it is being  nicely painted. It is a very creditable  building.  Pete Arena is in town. He repoi ts  that men aie. working on the upper end  hi the Galena Pass mad and a camp  has just been formed at Galena Bay.  The Jluriii'-P.iyiii' party stopped at  tlio L'ak(*\iow at Arrowhead and teport  says the)'declared it one of   the   most  this section,  known  "Reliance" tools manufactured by  10. P. Allis passed through .Monday for  the Vancouver branch of the Hamilton  Manufacturing Co.    ���������  W. .1. L'appan came in from Illocillewaet on Monday-mid went on lo  the hot springs. lie had a very .sore  foot from a sprain recently got. by'  slipping" mi the track at Arrowhead.,  . Harvest Thanksgiving services will  be, held at St. Peter's church   Sunday,'  SPLENDID     RETURNS     RECEIVED  FROM   THE,   ORE   SHIPMENT.  It goes $1,400'to theoton���������Owners  very   well   satisfied--The   camp  enthused, over  the  strike���������Will  '    cause search for gold.  Tiiout L.vki-: City.���������(Special from  our own correspondent.) The returns  from'the shipment of gold ore from  Gainer Creek have just come to hand.  They show 'the splendid values' of,  slightly ovei !jil,10() per ton.' This is  very satisfactory to ,tho owners and  has put new energy into the whole  camp. Out of recent, assays the le-  turns gave from $"2.")0 fo $2.WW so that  these latest, returns'vvould seem lo be a,  very fail test of the ,whole. The same  kind of ore can be found upon two  othi-r claims near the discovery".  lines of white enamelled and granite  wares, now in almost general domestic  use. Glass is can ied in I.tige quantiV  tie.*, qualities and all sj/.es, and paints,  oils,, varnishes'are all in their' place.  Steel tools, bolts, everything in miscellaneous hardware required by the pub-''  lit: can be found at Bourne's.,  Some British Lions.  , i       ,    < .  A'pnrty of the British Association  members passed through Tliuisday on  their' rel urn trip from the coast.  Amongst the most interesting and  noticeable of the visitors' the first was  easily Prince Krapotkim, the' celebrated Russian exile aiVd (he publisher* of  I.c Reoolte of Geneva. His articles on  co-operation in th?Nineteenth Century  of late ..years have gained . him ' considerable notoriety. Anot her celebrity  was Sir Bosdin T. Leech, the projector  of'the Manchester ship canal, a work  which cost about .<ji75,<X)0,(XX). Other-  notables in the .'nartv we,i-e Professor  Marshall Ward, of Cambridge, and  Professor Fitzgerald, of Dublin.  Several ladies were of the party. They  were all greatly taken with the beauty  of Mount Betrjue, which was at the  time looking coldly magnificent, and a  general snapping of kodaks was heard  for a few minutes.        ��������� '  coinfortithle anywhere in  a   A  ��������� cat load    of     the     vvc  '" PUBLIC HEALTH' REGULATIONS.  How Sweeping- Changes are Made and  '   How Executed by the'Makers.  The secretary of the piovineial board  of health. Dr. Duncan,' returned from  ihe south Tuesday and left for the  west the same afternoon, having spent  an hour and a half in town.' This  official was here,recent ly and laid down  certain sanitary regulations which he  vv as exported back to enforce ,without  fear or favor. Lie. in'nile the regulations and, as usual, the hard and unpopular part,will be'left to local oflicer's  to perfoi in.  Dr. Duncan and Sanitary Inspector  Woolley weie both in Kootenay on  I his sanitary trip, and both were drawing' their (ravelling expenses and  salaries of SjiflX)' and .$12."), > ot neither  of them could'find time to stopatian  import.int point like this and goeaiv-  fully into the sanitary situation and  put their regulations on a working  basis. They come along in September',  two months before winter���������with  sweeping changes, and leave Ihe public  and local officials to struggle out of the  situation for (hetnselves.  If, the   details   of .these  .improved  sanitary arrangements are to latest,-ib-  lished  and, looked  after  by  the  local  , aut hoi'ities woiild-it not be more power -  *���������- i       .  fill   for good   and   much   fail or  if  the  salaries paid   these * it inerent ollicials  were  nivon   to district sub-inspectors  responsible   for   thejr   own    territory.  In cases of  (Miieigency it  would   work  better' certainly and give   the  sanitary  authorities   a    much  closer  grasp   of  necessary del,-iils.    It  would   probably  lie better obeyed bv the public.  Carries Creek Camp.  I. T. Brewster, seer-clary of the  Carries Cieek Consolidated Co., reiurn-  'ed Sunday from a visit, to the company's properties and reports everything going on smoothly and encouragingly. He took a look at the  other claims in the camp and speaks  very highly of Lee George's claim���������the  J. it L. on Kellie'' Creek. The surface,  showings are truly wonderful. ,T. J.  Kdwards, too, has opened up the  Ora,nge Boy and Gibraltar and they  show every indication of .being valuable  properties, All in all, Mr. Brewster  Ihiuk'-* (Jarnes Cieek contains seme of  the most, marked and encouraging  showings of any of the. camps in_thiat__  country and with development may he  one of the best. . *'  The Carnes Creek Consolidated Gold  Mines treasury stock is now selling for  10   cents   per   share,   ' The   directors*  action in  raising the price  seems to be   ���������  justified by the recent satisfactory developments on   the  company's claims.  Recently  Mr. Grant-Gov,in and   John  Grant, of the  Gold Fields  of B.C. and   ,  Waverley Mine companies  respective- "  ly,   purchased  a  huge    block   ot   this  stock upon the advice of Perry Leake,    *  M.E., who lately examined the claims.-.  South Kootenay Happenings.  Nelson City has'sold ������3),000 worth of  o per cent debentures to Robert Waid  at OS cents. He^id.Tuesday and We'd-'  0nesday 'paid ' in !ji 19,312.02. He was  acting for the British Columbia Corporation Limited.  The mineral outpuLfor Kootenay  sr/  far in '07"exceeds $5,000,000 and, it is  calculated by some, that it  will  exceed  $s,boo,<wo.  Kaslo   is   puzzled   about   its    water  supply.    .The   new   Monte/.nma    mill  which starts on the 15th is expected  to  i k  'so pollute   the'-present'source,   that   it  will  be   unfit ror consumption.    It. is  proposed   to   build.iilLer ing  beds.     It  might be cheaper to prohibit the milt".  Twenty-fonr miles of the Slocan  River; railway are graded and three  miles laid with rails.  Black Jack has been prohibited iu<  Sandon.  -For the four weeks ending August  27th the Hall Mines smelter treated  i50,(JO(i tons of ore which yielded 523  tons of matte. c ,  O. G. Dennis has commenced his  duties as gold commissioner.  The boat building for the C. P. R. is  to be called the Rossland. She will be.  the handsomest and fastest boat in the-  Interior. She will be, launched very-  soon.  Has It Come To This.   '  The local ('-. P. Telegraph oMice has  icceived a supply of copper coins in  older lo give exact change. Coppers  will thus at last be  used' in   this City,  .Septeuilier   1 i)th. - OU'ei iug's   of   fruit, | I hough it is not thought that they will  is   as   follows:      "Strychnine   should  l.iel Hi.uly expects, it'is said, loi nev-'i- be prescribed in   liquid   form   in  coiiibin.it ion wilh luomides, iodides or  rhloiides, for fear of forming the in-  solubie       i-ti-yrhni.l hydrohromatc,  hydioiad.ilc or hydrochloride, several  cases of poisoning having 'occurred'  through neglect of tlliis precaution.  DocldrB. Lyons in the' A. .). P., Oct.'  '77. records a case of poisoning through''  ihe patients receiving in 'the last dose'  n     gieaier.   portion .of   the  strychnia  dowers; grain, etc. vvill he welcome,  and should be sent to the chinch not  later than noon on Saturday the   18th.  Captain Mellon, of Vancouver, vvas  in Revelstoke on.. Monday. JLo was  diligent ly seeking information and  data on the Colunihiii River above  Revelstoke as he is to make ,a report  upon il and its navigability.  The new Central Hotel is' coming  along well. The timbers for the  foundation, joists, etc., have attracted  much admiration from b.iilders, and  Messrs, Abrahainson are very well  pleased with all that has so far been  (leliveicd. The lumber came from the  Ivoctenay Lumber Co. mill at  Cormiplix.  J. M. Kellie, M.P.P., left Revelstoke  for Toionto on Sunday, lie will travel  via the Son line and try and get to the  Queen City fur the ���������.exhibition.''������������������' Jle  intends to visit, ���������some relatives , near  Toronto and will endeavor to get an  audicnco'witli .'.J.lbn. Mr.. Tartef upon  the river bank mutter,' J)<; will be  back by ���������October Jst. .    "'    ' ���������'  come iulo  general   circulation.  Atlrertisrr.  Xmrs-  A Bright New Store.  A visit to Bourne Bros.' ne.v hard  .ware stoic vvill well repay the intending purchaser. One of the first things  that strikes Ihe eye is the very fuli line  of stoves. There is the famous Acme  base burner, and others of the same  Kind; ir steel-plal e lange for domes! it-  use is pointed nut as being in good demand, while for IkVt������������������! use the double  oven French range, wilh (10 gallon hot  watei boiler, is I he very thing. There  are all kinds of healing and cooking  sloven for wood or coal, ami nol lire  least useful is a stove burning both.  The favorite air-light healer is here,  loo. but this year it is greallv im-  pi oved, being nicely moulded in nick"l.  .���������The-prices, too, are: very moderate this  'year.' The sieves at Bourne's -are all  made by McOlary, whose, line Messrs.  Bourne-Bros, have handled for eleven  yeai's with.entire-sal isfacl ioii. '.  '  Ol he j' features  of. I he-slii/'c  arc tlie-  The Price of Silver To-day.  Ni*\v Yoiuc, Sept. 11.���������Silver bullion,  opening price to-day, 5"J|. '  Auditor Goepel' is expected in to-  day. _ , '      , *  Vernon fall fair dates are Sept. 29,  ."30 and Oct. 1. Kamloops dates, Oct.  13, II and   \i)A ��������� '     '  Ooo. McL. Brown and his cousin,.  Mr. McLaren of Hamilton, paidu the  Mail a ples.int call this morning.        .���������  Word was .received from lllecille-  waet yesterday that Sandy McRae vvas  very much worse,, and Dr. McLean  was called to attend him.  A. 0. M. Spragge, the a.lti-rney,  brought in all his efl'ecls yesterday  from Donald and will settle down in  his fine new house, Mr. and Mrs.  Spragge vvill be welcomed to Revelstoke society.'   l  A new bakery vvill soon start in   on  Front Street.     Barnard was this week .  putting in the brick in the bake oven.  The stand will be in  the  house   lately  occupied by Toombs.  The newest tilings in the drug trade,  are usually at The McDowell, Atkins,  Watson Co.'s; the J >i uggists. *  .). D. Cr.ih.nii look the train for  Trout Lake Ci'v on Thursd.iv. He  vvill visit ihe Wagner, Abbott and  other groups on head of Mealy, and  w'll generally take a tour of inspection.  M s. Y'lll.uid will leave, on Monday  foi Vancouver. 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The Western  Manger Talks.
General Manager Whyle lias returned io Winnipeg fibiu his British
(Vjnmlri.i trip, and is giving cxpressioii
children and ye!   they   originally   vvere|^^
born in legilim.itc wedlock and   of  the j  \\ C  I)cl% C 11
paternal blood of   the present dynasty. , ' ^       x.
Mad     this     young     lientem-nt     been , (jfOOCl   OUpplj-T   Oi'  ....
pi ol cited by the laws which 1 he church |
secures to marriage he would be moving ' FJ]7|T "nTf*T.r<      "jl,T A 'ft1|?T)T A T
here. , Europe iiM.wl ol! dving unnoticed.     '   \ Qlj iUUlL'iU     M&L&LLl&U
.Sneaking of tin*  llein/.e   -ili'.iii  lollii
to  the  iinjii essions  he ieceive'1  when ] sr.(.
Recent discoveries of coal have
oc-choioued .-oioe excitement in Newfound!.Mid.
him tttfotp
I Cut Rates for Spot Cash.
I JjfelUm-J ftllAM^iUil   Call and see us. We can fix you.
Headquarters  ftp  stove ��� wool
Revelstoke Station, \).C.
Revelstoke' Station,   B.C.
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\totick is m-:!.-j-:nv givkn  that tin-
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iiiission tu imi'i'liasu one liun'/ii-.l nnil sixtv
iiri't s of l.inrl siiiinlicl aliiiui (ini1 mill1 up tin-
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IJivi v. il'ionei'In cliaiiis cas1,: thi'iiee Id ciiaiiii
nui lis; tlii'iie" |i) chains west to the pl.iet- of
i-.niiiiiiiit-i'iiieiil. ' i
'VWU KlltlCl.*!'. ..
.Inly 1.". l.s<)7, l'Wtl,
Corner of Hastings' arid Cambie Streets,0 ,
Far I'm,-, Xiv. "Whyle s.,ii]:The (MMt.
doe-;   not  wish   to   injure    the,   vested
light)- of other-;, thou;-;!) it i1-- i ern.j;niy.ed
ih.it, Ui'a.ssiu'v,' the   full, (lev elopiui-nt of
(lie   iiiiniiifc   iiilere&lh   (if  the   district
freight iritet. Ml id   cost   oj 'fuel irrnsi be
reduced;       Th'1   count rn'-lioll    of      the
t'rowV ICetst  ro.id   and  the  openiuij; of
Ihe mines in the P,i-.s!\vil! .-ili'oi-d opportunity to 1,-iy down ioke at a niiniiniuii
price.    The   Holland   c.-imp  w.i.s   pei-
inanent, and nodoiilf a smelter will be
built at Hobson, as lime  was conveni-
for  flux.      .Mr.   ShnujJ-hne.ssy   wasi to
infike  Mime   .���irr.ingciucnt'- , wilh   .Mr.
Ilein/.e  to   niutiially (Operate  the  line
' from Trail'to HhI'miii, I he O.P.K. build-
in ij; ;i link to reach the Rii>~hind mines.
,-\s to work on t lie ('row's Net. I. ro.-id.-
>Mr." Whytc said   i ein.-irk.-tblv- good pi o-
LTi-ess   was   beiiifV   made.    The' iirsi Kit)
miles will I !(��� com pie led I hi-season, anil
brn'sli cle.-u-rnj*; anil rocK work vviil con-
,. tinue al! winter. '-While, the Macleod-
' Lei h bridge section mijj;h(. he ulili/.eil
(hi:- winter- I In- line would not be
turned over uul il finished to Kootenay
A  ret'ereiice   wns   ni.ide   to   the' in-
crea-etl tr.tflic  ot'i the C.P.J?., aiui   .Mr. . . . . ,
Whvte replied that i.i hi-  opinion  th;. j Snipped   w,.h   Llevator,   Kiect.n-   Lells.        Heated   with   hot  water,  and all
development of   (iie  minim;  indtistrv | ,,1,,'*l,���,'l,   hnproyements-.     _ (   ,
:was tlK-p.incipal fact.ii- for thel.u-er | l.fttcs #1 pi-r day. , G. TUOM.IS, I'UQHtiKTOK.
freiflht t'ltiliic. vvhile the eii.sier feeling
in financial circle,* had tended to in-
1 ciease iiibsi'ii^i1!' traffic, and a- a consequence many irhiropeans were travel-
line;. To nccoininodati,' the iuci c.i&i'd
tr.tth'c the fast service acroos'.the con-
tinent'vvill be restored next s[)rirrg.
,     ��>    ��� , ��^�� a	
Careless Legislation.
From'time to lime amendments, have
been m.-uh' to the land <ic(:' in fact. *������(>
much ha- it been chopped and chan^eil
'thru, it hi'ais liule s-c.nhlance to its
oi initial compilation, and ycl, even at
(his late il.iy, it r-eipure-> a radical
tiealmeiit con.sislent wilh and &i-rv'ice-
ab'.e to ihe be.st ' iulcre.st.s of "ihe
coimtry. Ii is not, however, fo disciis-H
I iie act as a whole we broach the
Mibjerf.,hnr,ral iili- lo say that al the
i!-:;l sitting of the provincial letri.siat ui e
riiiolher.aiiiei:dm.-nt will be int i oil need
pi-iibablv by the chief coimni.s^ioiieif of
land-and vv.orks, whicli vvill have ror
its'object the provi.-ion that all, I hose
applying to pnrcha.se land will be compelled to ������em! irr a pl*in sho'.i iii;; tin-
lot al im. of tin-1 i".d, ,.| jilled for,''a-, ir-
!!<>">��� d,,-:.e i:i t !>'<��� c.-i- of pi'e-einpii ns
b"in!4 taken (ip. K.-.-ijul.i-i'iy eu'oui*;!'.
ii.e ai l deeii not nov\ reipiir e Ihi-s to le'
do'ie, .uul a- ii ,co!-...is<-iii-ii('i^ >ve ,'inii
thai iheie .ii i1 h'.sfaiii i's in he iciorlinl
in vvhiih hinds applied for bv pui-
ciiasc-rs have been .^ranted to pre-
emplor.s, ai:d vice vet-a, i stale oi af-
faii.s not only'embai i,-|s,in;, lo ,ofii'i.il.s
and ,-iunoyint; to panics inlei ci-led,
btu.as vicli nhovviii'-; a want of ciieful
legislation on behulf of I hose to vv hour
has hei-n rut i iiMcd ihe dutv of^pro-
viilin^ 'itit.-ible and v,orkabh; lavvs.--
.Mulwav .Idvinic1'. '      '
DAILY STAGE LINE: Thomson's Landing to Trout
* ��� , Lake Gity and Ferguson.
.Slags; leaves Thomson's, evoiy mornin.i1, at 7 o'clock, for Trout   Lake,   City   and
"     ���   Kaiyuson; leturniny, leaves those places at 2. p.m.     ,   ���
'Good i'loijjhl wiircshor.'-c-s and ijuick (iisjiatcli."   For all informatioiraliout tiiius-
pottiilion '<!��� Iiaulintj in  Lardeau and Troirt Lake vvritc   ' , _ ,
'       ���' ' ' ,    ORAIG ci HILLMAN,
Thomson's Laydino", B.C.
, " At'the Company's Store'is carried arFuIl.Stock of General
��� '       ��� Merchandise :    Miner';' Supplies -.md Outfits at close rates.
- * ' ' .j
P.O.   AkUOWIHCAU  i " TKr.Kttl-AI'HTO Co.MAPr.JX.
The Company's S.S. " LARDEAU " connec ts wit h all CRR. trains ,-ind steamers, and makes daily
trips between Arrowhead and ("omaplix and Thomson's Landing, ('o'mmuuication is thu^ ejtahlisheil'vvith
all points in the Lardeau, Trout Lake and Fish Creek di.stiicls. ��� '
The Company's tug "ARCHER" is ready to enter into lowing and freight in"; contr.-ict.s-.    ,'
The Townsite of.COMAPLIX is beine; surveyed and vvill .shortly lie placed on the market,    ('omaplix
is the out litliiiK point and headipiarlcr-. for I he Lardeau and Fish Creek district* now being opened up.     It
occupies a beautiful siiuairon, high and dry, oil Ihe N.K. arm of Uppei-jAnow Lake, eight - miles  from  Arrowhead.    Deep water for vessel.s all t he year round.    Cood hotel accommodation.'
'   ' R. TAPPING, Agent for Revelstoke.
��� I r ' '       i * , i *
Bestrof everything- going.
RUSSELL   &.  HEROD,   Prop's.
Capital Authorized, . - 32,000,000
Capital Paid-up, - - - 1,963,600
Rest, -       1,156,800
(*  'i
-1     ?!     �� 3'     \
.'.<���'    S*i
The  present' cerifere   and future
headquarters for *
ii.iJ JoSi��U    Kjt L.!*i ���>.<.#..u   iSI^    tr*k8 5i^e!    (Ji^^s/SVE^S I'i.
���    The Scorcher To Be Discounted.
A mcL'h.'ti'k ill sin-prise will la'.sprun--
dii the  cycling'  v. iiild  m  ;t  few  days
sav  the  Ni w   VorU   i/oi( )���/'('(',   ami   nil j
I'eioid- oi' s;n'i.(l v. ill u"'> hy the hoard it'
ihe   pre.-eut.   jiiospeet.-.   oi     (lu*     lu*.\" j
a    '���   ft \    9 >v   J   J
��     M ***   Jr"
���  .*���      f m     (l     ^*/
%^' ii    Id      .a '
li is reached bv mil from
H Revelstoke to Arrowhead, 28 miles ; thence,
by steamer, io miles, to Thomson's Landing"; and a short
stage of 12 miles ; the entire
journey occuovinL!' only 6 hours
through mayniricent mountain
and lake scenery.
V\:ell-known mining" promoters and capitalists already
hiivf their   representatives  on
H. S. HOWL AND,       -       -       President:
T. R. MEKRITT,    -    -     Vice-President.
Willia:n Raiasay. Hugh Ryan. Ro'acrt
Jaffray. "'J. Sullierlund Stayner.
Head OfiFicej    "    TORONTO.
D. R. WILKIE, Gener.-il Manager.'
/,7/-'l N 67/ US L\ OX 7'. 1 RIO:
Ks'.i-x. l-'ri-mis, fi.'H. Inuer'-iill.  N'iiiivnra Kills!
Port (.'ol'.iiii-iin, Lt.U Povt.iKi'. Sl.���eiill!ai'hics,
1      S.uill   fjU".   .M.u-iu,   S5L.   Tliuiiuis,   V.'cIIiukI,
\\ronili-roi.-k. ,
rcii'-. Wollinirli'ii St. anil Lo.i.lorLanu
ToiwiXTi)    Vt.nice ll'lll ('1101.11 Sis. Hi.UK-h.
VYoiiiioanil Minor Sis. lii.iiiuli.
IJJiAXCJrKS fXXOh'TIl- wusr:
lii-.iiiilon,   .Man.       1'orlnco  ha   1'rairie,   Mi-.i.
C.il',rai*v.   Albei-I.i.     Vrinoe  Albert,   Husk.
Kdiiioiiton. AHn.   AViiiniiK.^, M.in.    "o
.     BRITISH COLUMUfA:    ,'
A'niici-m'vur.       -'f    ;        -     ' -'       Ki-vt'istiil-.o.
l.'iNi.ov. Knc, oloyd'^ 1 .auk. Ltd.   Xi:w Yonic,
Bank of .Muiitrrii!. .. /���'
Mining, Engineer and Metallurgist
1 ' 1 * 1 ,
Assays on Bold and Silver.
, u, Analysis of All Metals made at lowest rates.
Prompt.  -iikI   Correct ' Results   (ji'i'ianinteecL     Reports made on properties,
etc.    Gi\e me a. c.-ill. '",,,' ���    ' '
7   T
���A general "onafciJis ?3U3ine.'i3 transactor!.
'Baucis and <let>eutiire& bought anil sold.
A. R. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.
m-u-ijim/s   <-,.p;ri-iiy ..r.e    r-eali/.eil.     A |    n    ^   ^   ft    ^   y   ^   ^   ff"   <�� ,; }K;     Mrround,      nnt\     \l      ,'s       ,-j(
Biooulvu  lav, ver   \\.:-   in\ enli'il   a   iii- j   F.   S g   VS    ,"('.   iM    g    ."'i  i a   h"   z'% 'l      - '      1  ' . .1.1
,.vi.i.-wii.ii*2^.',���. win,-!, he ii,-ii,.,,J -^ iS  tf  *����� ii   ��   ?\ U LJ, iibooiners^dreain to say that be
will he innd.1 to -40 .1 mile ii. minute
Inside History of Royalty.
The .iiiUDUncMtii'iit ol lire ile.-itii of'
I.ie.ut'.'n.-int. l'M'.vunl - I-'irz-Olaienee at.
tlie (l.-i'-h mi Aim ll.-iiuid in I'-'^vp-i < c-
c.'isioned im except i.111.il iiiteieol yet,
liuty- for ii .-pi'i-i.d net. * lie would he
de.sci ihed ;is "Hoyal 11 i^hne.s.s'' and
ail I he conrl.s o)' lOunlpe would lie in
(leor-ie 11 I. had M'i i'1-.il soils, and at
(hi- ill*.! I h ol I'lilice-s Cli,nlo!.(e .(, of
cllireii tu lJ.u li.-uuelit lhat, I hi'i e Ui1)'.'
II.1 1 oval children in dil-ccl ^ucce.-siull.
Jt w.-is then law I hal prince-, ol' tl.e
liluod .-���! 11 > 11111 many in their own
-phcics and though t he wvoml -oils ol'
I he l��iii't;--l he l)uke>o| (:|.'ircnci',.(',-nn-
lirid';e, Kent imil Sussex-- hud ,-ilicads'
coul 1-,-iclcd loi.;itiiiiulc unions, their
innri janes were declared void and 11:
a i'eiv week.s I hey �� ei-e all nianied to
princesses, (he result hein;^ in Ihe case
of tire Duke of Iveiil, ihe liirtil ol' !Ier
The Duke of Clarence, al'tci-ward-
"\\"illirt 111 IV., hecaiue Lhe father of
several children liv hi:- Oeriu.in .spouse
lull lie I et.-iined the dcepesl ;i 11 ocl inn
for I lie children nl hi.s lirsl, marriage
wilh " .Mrs. .J01 dan." And I liouj^Lr his
four .sons by (hal, 111,-11 ria^e could not
he recojijni'cecl as piincc.s he dcterinincd
at lea I lo m.il:e lliein iiohleiiieu; he
llcelared (jeorjj'e, iheeldesl, |o he the
lirsl IC-11I of Ainu-ler ,hid ir.i\e liiui tin'
sin 11; 1 mi- ||"il"ci.ireiice. 'i'he In olIii r o!
I he ,��1 evil I e.i 1 I is i',! 1 her I o I lie younu
m.iuji|s| killed. The |)ie-eal e,i I I nl
A11111 -. (1 ��� t li\e.-. in ;,ciiii|'l nli-.cuiil\ in
i',- i.-iilo,l a lid all   Ihe   II' e.-.iliei -,   of   I he I
I.i mi ly .11 .��� pool a ��� I he 1 e u .1 - 110 ilmuj   '
;,iii':i llii'iii. ,
11 1 - ���-'. e ���>*. .1 11 ��� 111 i mi- I., 1 11 i.i.'i '
��� Ihe' |in.-,il inn... 11' ,1 ii-.-,v 'ije.i.-'.i'.ul.i -it ������ 'of'!
I'i" ''ine'ell'.. p.'-e.|eiv>.:o|'   il,   (Vi'li 11 '��� i rjs. Hi' i
It will have railways to
th-3 north and south.
its climate is superb.
It has plenty of building
timber and a sawmill
in operation providing
jibre another six months Trout
_ r ��� ^jl^AKi-: Cirv will' be a  btistling"
T-fcis tbe centre O* theLar-1 jct'iiru of business and the prin-
deau mining district.     ('c��R./own in this treastire-laden
i^ard'.'ati. 'Jve new centre ol attraction for the best mini'iitr
enter]').'ise, skill and capital
which British Columbia has
magnetized within her borders.
The climate and soil of the
district are all that could be
desired by thu'rancher,gardener
, , -,.-i      or    fruit    grower ** for    whose
lumber at  reasonable    .  ,   ,.  *    ,-   , .  .   , ..  ���,
, products a prolii.;iole and rapid-
prices Oil tne Spot. !'ly   iucreasino-    market   exists ;
Its     lake      a&O'fds      ex-! Whilst to   the   sportsmen   the
ceptionally good trout! neighborhood allords  o-ame in
fishinff.     ' !'''Ji(:;^''  . .....
13 , !       1 he accommodation includes
It has a crown grant, pur-1's^cod hotels, stores, post office,
Chasers of lots thl1S0h-'""<-Cf-""i-''-.-*,r o'ihcc,  butcher   shop
tainiij^r an ��� absolutelyfxni} m;l':>' Ijrivjllc '-ysidences._
j! iitiikliny; operations are in
; full progress, and the establish-
��� ment of the sawmill* will tend
1 still more to enhance the im-
i mediate growth of this rising
i, town.
clear title.
Inside. $100; pa\al/e $.-,,v33 clciwn. $5.";.33 in  t, months, $33.33
in o month:-,.
('orrcr;,, S 1 511; pay.'b!r $.-',0 down, .$50 in 3 months,   $50   in   6
(These: ;t!cgs are for a short time only.)
T.'  I-.. I -1 A h f.  i< r.s -i-.i.s i.'i-.i,!-, ;���"., f '.'...-iiera! At/enl.      V. . ��� .   .   f"'
To all .Points East and  West.
Vniic-onver, Winnipeg, Si.-P.ud,   Ohic-
, ji-^o, Monlri'.il, 'l'oro'iilo, New Vor-1'.
Fij-sl-classdining and' sleeping
cars on all I rains.
f ' . '     '     ,' '
A number of lots centrally located
In their Townsite ���
The central point of
E_A.S^y-   TEE.DVES.
Resident Atrcnt.
Tlii-ouKliToui-NM-iu-sniSl. 1-iuil .liub.iu-.I  H .     R j; y ]7 LS'PQ K [7     ^.C.
'ruroulo cM-ry Monil.i.v. nnil  Moiili'L-ul mid I
Boilon uvoi-j 'I'Imii'mI.i.v.
I'ui'cli.isc1 lii-lci-l". hi J'niir ili*-l iniiliiin  nnil  Imvis
yimi' liiiiif-uiri-i'lu-i-l-ril iIii-iiiikIi.
Km' full iiifiiniHilli.il iiMu rates I hut1, clc.1., ��!)-
plv In iii.ii'1-.l. IM'.lt. AkoiiI. Id
'I'. W. Hli.Mi.MlAW. Aki'IH. l.'iswNtnUc,
or in1 ]���:. .1. covi.t:,
Dii.li-ii'1 I'ii-.ni���iikim1 .'.Kent. Villi! wivcr.
T. J. LENDRUM, ','
The - Canadian - Pacific
. 0
--STEAlffiFR't!-- .
hen vi! Ai-i-iiu-Iii-.iiI L-vi-ry ilny. csrciit riniiduy
fur    nil    imilils     In    Koiileiiay,      nuil.liiK
i oiincnii.ir  nl     N'nloihp    fur    nil    polnl-.
un Nnloi.-|i mill sln.'.iii l!y. nnil Sloi-nn l.iikc.
Clmi.1 uiiiii'-cliiiir .il llo'i.iin  I'm' Nulwiii,   IC.i-.1ii,
Iliilfuiii1, I'Mill I'n.v.
(;iosu i-oiiii'Jcliuii .it 'I'r.iil fo:-. Ito-^liinil.  Not 111-
]IOI'l .-mil .-ill piiinl-- Mllll Ii.
Kor full  itifii'.'ii'.n.liim, liiUi-l),  uiii'r-.. rlu.,. <"ill
(ill III- lllllll't's-.
'       -AkciiI. Itrnilslnl.c.
Ol In'
II. MActiliKfiOi:. K. .1. ('OVI.n..
Tr.iv. l'nss. An* nl. Misl. I'.iss AkciiI.
NcNihi. H.C. V.uiuoiivrr, II.C.
Columbia & Weslem Ry.
'i'hne T.iliic No. II.  To l.iku i ll'cc I .Inly.'<,  l.-!��7.
li.nly l.i tv.ci'ii 'I'r.iil .mil lio-d.ii'id.
N'o. (! pn^-i nicci '<!l v ,s I!' ���"����������iicI   -   -   7:',(l ii.in.
Ciuini els v.itli sli.nni I ill 'I'i.1.1.
Nn. :'. p.i--.i n)c<-i- li.-M'.-. 'I in.I - - - .*-:l."i n in
< "nim ������-! -. >\ illi I lid .Mum nl.i !n lor S;iiiU,iii<-.
Nn '_'p.. ���-',1;.'r loo.'- lio.-' I   -   -     II   .ii.i.
(' r. 1- h HIi (',!' I!, -f .mi' i- lor iinitli.
Vi,   I  1  IIJ" 1' I..in- Tsui      -      ���      ���   I-'"'11  IJ.li".
',', ice. I    v, ill. !' i'!.'  ��� Ii 'Un is iiiini norl .u
S',1.   i   ]   Is      ||... I   I< ,I -. t s I   oss'ilMl     -     -    '.'.   .11   ���Mil.
i . nui i I    ., il li Hi .1 .MiiiiiiI.iiii fui S;i il .in
Owiiiij^ to the erosion of the river   bank   the' company   find   it
^ necessary to dispose of  their smelting buildings,   furnaces,
L   90 h.p. engine and boiler, and 30 h.p.   boiler.     The  whole
will be sold in part or en bloc.     Inquire of above.
jo Jtziu.
As 11 preiniiilil lo users of our
 �����l&r&c^   ioO, A Jfcr'iS-
Ui'tiirn lire (.otrpoii-;il I he end of  c.ic
h ...
inoiilh mid slni.il ,-i ch.-mce  nl   winn n
I,hi.s lie.ml ifnl m.-ichine.
Each   25c.  Ear   entitles
you to one coupon.
Any ofoin; various biands count
in this competition.
No better SOAP on the market.
:. i'.i'..>-rii:r..-i-.'li,ii'V(i..-
('. i.ti-'i -i - -.-.ii!
V'-Hl'-   ll' = tl|;lmld   l.y'.t!.i=.^...i'i,S   "-fo]  |' 1 I .] f ] \ |   ':\ 1,; 1 Tf- A R S ( ) _>,'.   'i' H'A T   I',\KK  ('iTV.   kcsideilt-, A^MU.   ,'   '.''ri/ ill V"''' "''
^B^lTdl^^^^ & GO., .STANDARD   SOAP   WORKS,
133 llasun-s St., VAXCOUVKR, B.C.
I*..!'. CI'TKIJI'S. ,,
Ociior.-il Hiif.l,  j f-AGK 4.  THE KOOTENAY .MAIL  # Kootenay Lodg-e  ���������/fiKT      No. 15A.F. & A.M.  * *    Tho rt-j^iilm-inc-uthiK  '"*-������. -"iiJ^"       nro licM in I lie Jliis-  i^,\fjjf"S       onicTcniiilii.lioiii-iK;'--  c.-^rit^"2*HEs. <S"������== "Monday    in    each  jj'3gj>, '^-^\fg^ '""''������   '*<'   *s   1'-   ���������"���������  ������-i^;?'.-X5;-'^5su^���������    Vi.sithiK    bri't hri'ii  -5i-^=-^-=��������� cordially vM-li-oim-d.  IL K. SMYTIIK, Sixim-r-i'itY.   ,  ���������REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  .^\j-^ Ut-fjul.ir muL'tiiiKsiiru hold  &S   in Od-lfcllow-s" Hall every  Tliui'sJiiy  niifhr. nt.  eixlit  W>->5^^:'2c"5 o'clock, i Vi.sirinji hi-othci"*.  ���������.���������.-'-.-t������-",nJL^;-.->'-    onlially welcomed.  T. .1. GKAHAM.'Snc.  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1658.  Jti'KiiIiir, nicoliiiK1" nn1 held in  tin; Odd Kollowh" II.ill mi 1 lie  -eemul and foiirili Woilne-iln'.'.s  of <>il'jli month at'":Wl ii. in.  Visiting In-etlireii arc eoidially  invited.  K. ADAIIt.      T. .1. GltAIIAM.  W.M. I tec. Secy.  Foul Drains,  ,    closets! stables   or   decaying  garbage need close"attention.  Don't wait for  an   epidemic  .     to tell  you   to   use disinfec-  .   tants.  -, We can supply these  1 at prices which will allow, you  - to use them freely.;-   .,.  ���������   We have a fresh supply of  "'carbolic,powder and chloride  1 lime''in 25 cent'-tins.    Genu-  '  .  ine Condy's Fluid in 50 cent  ' bottles.. and   genuine  Jey's  "Fluid in 25 bottles.   Carbolic,  Acid ��������� pure  and    crude���������in  ;"bulkr and all  the .other dis-  "    infectants   in   quantities   to  .suit your requirements. '  Full directions and advice  given for using.  1 ~~~ 1 ���������  .; . THE'  MdDOWELL-ATKIHS-WATSOH CO.-  o      (Limited)  - ,. ������������������TIbe - Druggists���������  JklcCarty's   'Block,'Kovcls toko    Station.  Gi:o., T   MamIkicv.   Mf,'i*.  ',  -- KSTAIiLISIfKD 1S02 ���������  WESLER BROS.,  ��������� '    - VICTORIA, B.C.    /  Complete House Furnishings  Largest   stock   west   of Toronto.  Write to   us   for  Prices   and   Illustrations.  :j������i,  T.  L. HAHS, Notaiiv Puh'lic. a   '���������   - \V.  F.'CKAGE.  . "���������  HAIG.k'GRAGF  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  "l A  Mining" and   Real   Kstate   Brokers   and   general   Commission  '    , Agents.       I;iro.    Life -and   Accident   Insurance.  1 {(*| >i evil Utiles of. i.lic Ivootcn.iy Smelt in;1; jincl Trndin-i Syndicate.  Agents I'm- llc'ielsiuice ;ind Trout Like City towii.sit(:s.  HIG-H-CLASS   TQOI  For   Miners,   Contractors,   Carpenters  and  Agriculturists.  '������  7"fo,  Cf  s  "   '  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Miners',   Contractors';  Blacksmith  and  ....    Snip Chandlery Supplies.,   AImi a i-omplek1 line of ���������-��������� ���������;  '.   .     ���������,    _ _,  .Shelf   and,   Heavy    HARDWARE.  .-   , ^������zz^2^> Cai-penters'   Tools,    &c.  Jessoj)'s'Steels,  Ore Cars,  Ore Sacks',' P2tc. ��������� - '  * ' -��������� A,'-   *  '    PLATING LASS A'SPECIALTY.'  ' < I  Write for Information. ' ' '.'       V-iViSi 00 0  V Lit,   1 >. (_/.  .��������� ��������� ��������� si. nwvvovjiNi cm wCA , ���������  Furniture Dealers &i Undertakers.  Picks, shovels, spades,   forks,   hoes,   axes,   wedges, - crowbars;   hammers  and  tools   of every  "description. ,  - ���������   , <  'Drill steel: round,' flat, band and Norway iron; saws,'files, rasps, etc.  Dynamite caps,' fuse. ��������� ' '  D-.oq.rs, windows, building paper, paints and varnishes. - , '  Double oven French ranges for hotels, cookin'g and heating stoves, granite and tinware. ,' ,   a  BOURNE   BROS.,  1 -i r ' i '  . Hardware Merchants,  -, '.        ' Revelstoke Station, B. C  cLennaii, -McFeely- k Co. 'Ltd,'   WIIOLEMALH-  "  Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.  .*���������;,.   '   - ���������     MARRIED.  Johnson-\V.u.icei��������������� At  Nelson, <St-|it.  ���������Sl.li,     Iiy    the   Rev.   Mr.   Monlen,  fleoi-j������e Johnson   nnd   iM.-iry   Arrnie  Wnlker hoth of Revi'l.-toke.      '.   ,  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Upholstering: and ^Picture Framing a Specialty. ��������� '  i        ��������� ��������� ��������� ~'   -,'��������� ���������    ''.'  Agents for H.'ivrnorul Sewing Machine, Manufacturers Life Insurance Jjucioly,  LFnion   Fire   Insurimce   Co.,  Provincial   Luildiii-j; iinrl Lomi Asss'ociatioi'i,  \- Ohoaxs and Pianos.  t , *      ���������  ("rn.slieis UolN,   Jij";s,   ('oiK-i'iit.i-aliii-s,   Screen.-,   Sin nips' I'linip1*.   (Joinpressor.-,  tt lloir.|,s Moili*i>. Kn-rines, Wilier Wheel>, Kte.  ' Sole Agents for B.C. for JOHN BERTRAM & SONS Machinists' Tools.  VAiSSJv'Sraa I'lSTHRBOROOQ H, .ONT:  Ths WI. H AMILTON-M ANTJP ACmRINe.1 CO., Ltd.  -    MANUFACTURNHS OK ^       ���������"���������-'.  .,wi���������tf,���������.ci,,cke,. (������,i ..t w. n. THE "RELIANCE" MlillHS, P3ILLIHS'ASIS SMELTIU3'ftlABHIHERY  PT;s.������;;:;:,,, ���������; ;,��������� ���������������������������,; -,* ^ m the whim"of cahaoa  .silver  in   ;i   U. S.   dollnr    w;is    37 Go (Under License from THE E. P. ALLIS CO., Milwaukee, Wis.,)  .cents. , i 0  John P. Moytl, Aniens LiC.-ilon .-rnd  T. "\V. Hiiin Jill ;irri\rjr| down' from  Duwnio Creek yesterduy.  Tire Christian���������Hall Caines \oiy  latest, blink. Selling t'.ist fit, tlio O.-intidii'  JJriift it Jiook store. *  H. N. Coursrer left Tliur^Hny for n  trip to Trout Lake. ;ind wont lie hack  before Trif;sd,-iy riex'-.    .  ���������  Trolit. Ijiike City���������a diitriliutiiri;  p'oint for the Lardenu district.���������  Henderson's Directory.  Alex. JSogfti   deceased,   w.-is   at   one  ''time  provincial   auditor*  and   Queen's  printer for Manitoba. '  , Friends of Archde.ocoli McKay, and  they are many, will   be   ^laiJ   to   hear  that    he   has   reached. Dawson   Ciu,  r Yukon, in s>afetv.  Jf you don't know what w'p'sell ask I  .your' neighbor���������she trades wiilr us. j  ���������The McDowell, Atkins Watson Co.; |  itlre Druggists. * j  , , A !1i.,,:i1;J.y:(i n^<* w������ii i>e ���������������������������in*-! Reai Estate and Mining Broker.-  .nuced into the. musical sen ices atthe  Methodist church next   Sunday   evening.     Mr. and Mrs. Melville will olav.  A    nice, change   from   oatine.il   for j  ' pori idgi: is afforded bv l'/Jui4 MoTHKif's I  MtJSii*"   Cracked Wheat,  Rolled Oats, [  or H\e Flour, all kept in .slock ,bv   W.  P.. Pease it Co. , '       -  Why send away for garden prodm-t:.  Patronize, home industry by going to  K, Tapping's market g.irdmis. There  you can -^et. your produee fnsii, and  good value for your 'money. *  I). Todd Lees, Provincial Au'ent. for  the Uirkbi-vk I'uilding and   'Loan   As-    (f;irrii'S ihe !)'--.l li|}f ol'   lTliri''r'*->   ;i!id   firo-.p'-cl'it'"-.   l'(ioL'>   ill   ihe  ,ociatiou, arriv.-d   yeMenlay. and   will , I'rm*jIU'���������       Writ*1 f, ,r   v.niphs.  put Ins company m   a   ])o-,nioii   io  rlo i ;   the business of this town.  Hardware   -   -.   Stoves  122 CORDOVA .STREET,   -  Enamel '"Ware.  ���������; VAKOSUVER, B. G.  '    .1.  W. CAMPION, S'lcreLanj-TrHuurer'        ' ,'     , J.  K .W.fMACFAllLANK, Mamtycr.  J3��������� O: XS03ST WOEKS-bb: XiTHD.  MIKIHG RIACKISERY  ;SAW^ILL MACHINERY  i|VlAR^E'E^GiMS  CANADIAN GENERAL  (UMITKIJ.)  Capital, 31,500,000.   ��������� Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Hoists, Pumps, P.lowers, Fans.  Pilastini; App.-uat.us,  D\ namus for Li-rlitin^ arid  Power,  .Motms for all PurpiM'-..  Electrical transmission .irf power .siicccssfullv'-'opcr-itccl up to 50  miles hy our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.'  General founders,  cng'ine'er.s, < ' boiler-  makers and manufacturers of all classes  of machinery.  s,   XTEKP IN STOOL-  ^^=^m^x^^^i^ni=^^^7^^^^^^?f4/^li ' engineers',   'and  ^^^iA^WMM'-ig^^^f^n ��������� mill supplies,   pipe  and  ^^^^^^w^y^^j. n   fittings,    brass     goods,  ^saBsgwf'^tV^rri   steam    litt'mgs,  ���������* wood-  ^M/^\ -fM'Isil   split- pulleys, oak tanned  i*^it$W������^j3������������ I  ' leather belting, .etc  * S P^ri-'^'*'15?^'  \f-i\$^M&%&������?\ Estimates for .boilers  ^fftv4iiT^^i':^?=s      Jin a eng  and engines on application.  Cornep of Alexander St. and Westminster. Ave.. Vaneonvep; B.C.  P.O. Drawer, 754. '   ,      , Cable address " Cove."  NELSON  Hniin-h ("illicit in ".riiwli ('iiliiiniii.-L.  VANCOUVER  Hardware   -   Stoves   -   Tinware    -    Tinsmithing",  ';        ";���������������������������       .,   Paints   -   Oils-  -   Glass.       -   ���������  Special attention given mail orders.  ~~ ""   ''.   "     REVELSTOKE STATION, B. O.  ���������aasn.-i.^ae  W.'H. VICKER'S,  - - -: Agent for Ferguson Townsite'.  FERGUSON, B.C.,  J  . L ALLAH  Wholesale Boots and Shoes,  13 & 15 Cordova St., VANCOUVER, 3.0.  G- IE IT El IR -A. Ii     MEBCHAISTT,  F B"C  Lv^    U?o   \s*t  For Sale.  .   \    KIItsT-r'I.AHS    liI<'VCI.I-:.     ('Iii-.iti    fur'  J\,   i--ii-.Ii.    Aiiply.it If. N. COl'll.-'IKIt'.S.  MEN  WANTED!  One plainer man imrl one cil^i.-r in.in fur -n ������-  mill and uhoilt, il' liu-n for llui lnisli, ANoii  huriics* in.ikur.   Apply to  JfW. CV.SVAA.K.   Kt;.\l/I', H.C.  ,    200 Men Wanted  "T-IOU   AIJ'KKT   CANYON,  w,iu;e* S-1.'.'.') pr-r  ]      ilnv, work .til winl'-r.  J!Hf      ' .Apply I'i HAliHV k NOS.S.  County Court Notice.  -vrOTlOH I.S Ili'TuKHV GIVI'IN, tli.-rl  iM ;i. siM.iriK-iif Mrc (Jounl.y (Jinii'l, will  f-i:   liol(1������;i>   i\\.    Itl'vclslokc,       !!.(!.,    (i;li  W'-diicsil/iy,. r.liV'fit.li d.'iy  of Oclolii'iv  A.\). "I������i7,' ill   |f) o'clock   in   t.lm  forenoon. ' ���������-.''���������  ���������'���������'.     JOS. 0. (iUAIIAAI,  Iti'irist nir ('oiiul v Coni-t,.  /{i-vi-lr-tiVki', Si'i'ii. (ii.li, IW)7. ' " .       21-11,  I Prospectors and  Travellers   Call  and  See  GEO. T. NEWMAN'S"  Well   assorted   stock   of   Miners j  Supplies,, Provisions,  Fur-       |  R E VELSTOKEJRONJ/VORK  All kinds of iron and. sheet metal work.  1 __^==^E���������=^^ Mining1 work and tools.  ' | Pipefitting1 and roofing'.  R0BT. GOFvDON, Revelstoke Station, B. 0.  AGENT FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETO.  Full Line of Boots a-;d Shoes  alv/ays  on  hand.. rnrjrjp  ARROVi/HEAD, B.C. ���������  The CROWN POINT HOTEL  I!. C.  il  UA  Lighted tlvioti^.h.out'.vv'iih cicciric lio'lu,     Balhs, ;.uu\ fill nH><l':rn  inijitvivcincius..  PETERSEN   BROS.,  ���������    r*nos"*iiiETO'n3.  Fli-i'.t-Ci.-i-iu in Kvnr/ fit-r.(������r*V.  S.'lryifil(--l',om^   {'iv  (*'inlln'fi"f:iji!   r,1i:rt.  j&**- Wjialesale Dealers in  ALES, WINES.SPIRITS AND C


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