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 ���������afe-M**! EH tti \&      &     J? ������*' a  *W"    ~gr  p^^sfig    ft *    fa      3a  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  -ISSTJETD   TWICB-A-WBEZ: -- -vV**E3X)*_tr>rESI5^."2"S    -A-ITsTID    S .^TTTZRjI") ATS -  Vol.  I.    No.  44.  REVELSTOKE, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE  19, 1897.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  ^ Letter  THE llrst thing wise people think of  when onlerine koo.I< hy ntr.il ia tlio  capacity for business of those they write  to." Thu repnttitie n we enjoy for proinpt-  ness n.akcj our Mail Orei-.-r traelo for^o  ahead at a gratifying rate.  Our Specialties ���������>���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring '  Dressmaking  Requests for price lists and samples  rec.ive prompt attention.  0y       Hudson's Bay Stores,      ^  ";, ....Calgary.... _ ft)  T. L. HAIG  - Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ��������� ^-^ Townsite  MINING  FIRE AND  LIFE  INSURANCE  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.    "  '    SOLICITOR,  AND  NOTARY PUBLIC,  onic:   Rooms 1 and 2, l'ool Block, Revelstoke. Il.C. - _   "  A  RJHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor.  &c.  Notary Public. _  .Ollice. .upstalra in-Sinlth's Work, l'rtejthc ji'vo.  -    Revelstoke Station." B. .C. '  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1653.  Ttppnl-ir m-winK" are ho'd in the*  Odd.ellow-' Hull onthe si-co-el  anti  ������   -.,   - fourth "Veelno-elav-e nf.naoli month at.  vJJCVtt  7:3.1pm.   Viaitiui;brethrencoidially  *������''.'.'** invitci). ' ,.  ;E. Adair, W.M. ���������   T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Dra*Mni!_  "ml   Peli.is-y Work n  specialty at  - lowc-t jtiti'-e-s. *' , (���������  ���������Teains alwajt* read."at a moment's notice.  Agent for the S'and crd Oil Company.  ,_^_==;^_iT.^A-BfR-I-E-L,-^----  . naicusi*. n.o."  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  ���������For information on ni'.neral cl^itns nn  .Cariboo creek v.rite at onco and S':t piir-  liculars. . .   ' "Snirtf  J.    R.    HULL   &    CO.,  . Piicccs^ors to Hull llros. * Co.,  Butchora and "Wholesale an* Retail Dealers  i   Bosf. Pork. Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painter-^"   ���������  and  Decorator  SION PAINTIXO A RPECIAr/rY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  i2TH OF JULY CELEBRATION !  A Big Day in   Revelstoke  :T_Tpilor.tho auspices of the Loyal Orange Lo ge  Splendid programme being arranged  1 Excursion rates from all' points in B. C.  Single Fare, Round Trip.  m  -Orangemen  from   Kamloops,  Salmon Arm,  J    Vernon, Donald, Golden, Sandon, Kaslo,  81ocan City. Trail  and  all points  south will bo in attendance-  Brass Band,  Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited,  Everybodywelcome.  Particulars Inter.  E. Adair, W. M..'...'..T. J. Graham, Hco.-Soe.  Free Cigars..  If you hit it right  A complete* lint* of Tobaccos,   Stationery and  Fancy (tennis "������������������ the  lowest prices.  SOFT DRINKS  ��������� AT ���������  CHAS. J.;AMAN,S^���������duanfar���������sna.n,  ;s  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casing-s  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  "/      New Denver and Barton City.   '  Dealers in    -  Heavy and  Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Cap's, Fuse.  vclstokc.-  Wholesale and Retail  Builders' and   Miners' Supplies.        '��������� ���������  Dealing" its wo elo in only tlio  onu line-, our,stock ii, now .-mil  C-Oinp.li_.lu iiti'.l our prices art!  ri.j.1.1.  A Tinsmi tiring Establishment  --  - -   is_i_.li 1 i_i 1 )_f'01) 11 i_e_t io_t 1 ,_n 11 eI_ii n y__.  thing   in   llu;   tin  line* will be  made     to    order���������tin-roofing,  - envo-troughing, etc.  Estimates  *   given on furnace work.  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil &   ���������  Rubber Stamp Company.  i~SS_~*"ail   Orders   in    any   quantity  carefully looked after.  Write for prices;  W.   fl.   LAYVREiNCE,  McCarty  Block,   Revelstoke   Station.  ���������sp  O.Ii.Allen    0  desires tei publicly tli.-ink his  e*ustcitiii*)"S for tlu*ir liberal  patronage during tin* pasl  .eight, years, lie regrets its  iniirli as themselves Hint'the  browing capacity nt present  is toe) sifitill to fill their orders  promptly, lint as soon as he  can net the roof rain-proof on  his new blew hou-e be c-.-in  supply you with quantity as.  well lis the usual good quality.  Revelstoke  Brewery.  jJIeve-sto.ki"' .Station,  B.C.  ���������������'-O  If You Have a  MINE TO SELL  or wish it company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shaioi.  in any mine, want lo inve.-t. in  Spokane real estate en- wish to  niiike a borrow, write nt once to  JAS. L. FORD &  CO.  Mine Brokers.    Mining Stocks.    ..  001 niversitlo Ave..  Sl'OK.l N V. _ XV A S II.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  As the. We.**ten 1 Alining Worlel  candidly admit.-., I heie i.s not much  i'liii:ic-e of Iht! smelting business in  Ivooteiiay over atiaiiiii'g any magnitude without an export duty on ore,  and lho imposition of a eluly on lead  ore.-, us ha.- been pioniisetl. is it step in  the right, direct ion. .At llie -*amo time  there .-ii-ei other questions sttt-h as  rates to lit* ron.-idered before this in-  dusl.rv will take any importance in  Cinarla. Tim point to he aiine.1 ttt is  not the establishment eii';tsmeli.i-r here  or a smelter there, but r.-ithur'of tlttt  rise of some big smelting and refining  centre* anions' us. Nature seems lo  point eiut the coal fields of East Kootenay us tlie most likely point for such  a town to spring up. They tire in  close proximity to Lhe.mineral disLricts  and will ,-oon be linked to them by thu  con.-lruction of the Crow's Nest Bnil-  way, which will alao rondorlhemqiiito  as accessible lo the bullion market as  are Great Falls. Anaconda und Butte  in-Montana. There seems Lo be-tip  valid reason why we should continue  to ship onr ores for all time to the  .Stales to lie smelted.  The question of the, market is one  in which tho Dominion Government  can most materially help out the situation. The establishment of 11 mint,  in favor eif \\ Inch project Senator -Alc-  Imien' nigiimeuts in his recent speech  in the .Senate seem .unanswerable*,  would tit s>ue stroke, give im'muusc: encouragement both tosiuelting and mining in Canada with exceedingly little  expense to the governine'i)I, at. the lirst,-  nnd of considerable profit in the long  run. "Yes. land in Canada in a vei-y h-.ii).-  ili.iting position with regard 1,0 our  eui-rency. An KnglU'.i en- Austi-.-tlian  seivereign, or 11 United .Slates eagle is  gootl money all over the world. Canada has no currency of any denomination or kind that is any use lo a C'tii-  aelian twenty miles iii-ios's the frontier,  fl' we were coining 5 anil* 10 dollar go'd  pieces oX exactly the sttnio value as the  United State.- pieces we should he in a  very different position in this "matter  and would also, jl is to he presumed,'  not, be quilt**, so entirely dependent out  weal 011 the Stales for small silver  coinage for change.*.  .The outcry tit the incapacity or in-  dill'erenc-e of lhe post, oijicu derailment to keep pace with the develop-  opiiieut of Kootenay is being .-it present swelled considerably in volume!  from ' the Lardeau country. "Willi  communication established daily, almost one tiitij* say hourly, between .ill  parts of the lake, from wliich the prin-  cip.tl poinla.il) ihe.L-irde.'in are  within  tin easy drive, the government is content with iLa old weekly until and a  promise of .1 mail twice-a-week after  the first of July, which as nothing has  been heat el of the emit tart is probably  like' the Dig-Bend .service still undergoing consideration by t he Poal in.-usU'i-  (jeneifiil. The annoyance arid iticon-  vi'iiieiice caused by the inactivity of  the Poslniasler-fJeiier.-il to give a  decent, or for that iiinltur any mail  service into these points -with which  Ilevelstoke'' i- doing her Iradi; is verv  coi'i-iitlei-able. Our business interests  are suffering lo allowj Mr. "liilock by  saving l-W.opciico ben: nnd cutting off  twopence (here to make bolh'euds of  his department meet. "To'some men  this is their onlyj idea of eilicieney in  tilts ci'liiluct of public oflice. It docs  not seem lo count anything in their  c-iile-iiliition.-i that the whole business til'  tbe country is -tiil'eriiig. to permit  them to strike a balance.  WATCHES, CLOCKS  Rrp-lrln* Doi.o      AND  JEWELLERY  A new arid complete stock just received.  CUY BARBER, C^R- Inspector.  POLICE COURT.  (Kcfore J. D. Graham. S.3I.,)  On  Friday. Thomas  Camp,  who  is  beginning to he quite a familiar chai-  acter round town, took fourteen  days  on a charge of drunk and discu derly.  .Tames Smith, who Was also d. and d.  and who allowed his enthusiasm for  the Anti-Mongolian cause to carry  him to the length of assaulting Chas.  Sing, the cook' at the Chinc~e*_. restaurant on i'hursday. was given two  months in 'which to look into lhe  deeper aspects of the Chinese! ijiiestiou  in quiet seclusion at Kamloops.  OUR FORTHCOMING  BOOr:  About North Kootenay, Its ryiir.cr.tl and  Other Resourcco.  The compilation of the Illil'Al.iiV  ni.-.jioM) Jt;ini_,r.i.: Souvi.xm bonk,  ili'sci'ipi.ive of the mining anti nlhei  restiiu-i'i's of 7'oitli Ivootetiay, i.s progressing rapidly. From the material  ��������� ihi-atly in hand tintl lhe picturesque  nil lure of the st'.bjeel.s to bei-eproel-U'ed  in piclnri.'i form, llit-'.e is now 110  doubt hut that llie book will b.- one of  I lis: handsomest of il������ kind ever pi o-  duced in any part of t.ht; world, and  the grandest advertisement that the  siiiiii'whal neglected count ry of ."forth  Koolenay has ever had.  The district is so large that it- is impossible for the II li 11 Al.u's repi-e'senln-  livesto visiL thn whole of iL in Ihe  limited time at I heir disposal, for lhe  book is to be brought out this summer.  I-fe.iiters of the Hisp.ai.o, .-mil in fact  all having an interest in I'"orth Kootenay are earnestly invited to co-operate in making this great, descriptive  work a complete success by communicating to Lho "Souvenir Editor, the  Heiiald, Revelstoke, B.U.," any infor-  uiation about mines, claiius. t-itnher  lands, Hiilui-iil feature" 01- other matters of general public interest that  should properly receive mention.  When a man has propeily Lo sell, if  he .is a wise man ..he advertises it.  ���������There are many ways of .-idvcit.ising.  One is to employ a trustworthy anel  capable, special agent, and after  equipping him thoroughly for the  road, to send him out to travel till lie  finds a. purclufser. This, however, involves an expense beyond the means  of most of the property owners of U'lis  district. Tlie-nexL best course is lo  procure adequate, arc-urn Ic and .-it-  tractive description . of the property  that is for sale.'and Iii take cue thiit  it conies under the! .immediate attention of the persons whom it is desired  to interest..'  This, the Hkra La's forthcoming hook  will eil'eel, as arrangements have been  made by which, it. "will reach nearly  every _)iirlis������h-speaking pan of the.  world, it is no me; e local publication  for "the pleasure of r-elf-ghirificalioit,  but an earnest, well-designed allnuipt  to apprise outsiders,with energy and  capital of Ihe marvelous riches of  Neii'th Kodtciiay. that iiw.iit development.  ST. LEON HOT SPRINGS  Described  in   an   Interesting   Interview  , with Mr. VV. I'.I. Brown.  The Si. Leon 1 hit. Springs are wilh  lhe increasing population, iind more  settled order of things.aliraet ing much  nfLcnl.ion, Their henciici-'ii effects are  attest" 1 by numerous well aulhenlical.  edicures. more especially in connection  Willi rheumatic ceiniplaiuts. The. St.  Leon establishment is .situated about  Inquest on  Chas. Berger.  Dr. McLean went up to Illecillewaet  this morning to hold an inquest ejn the  remains of the late (.. Dergc-r, a miner.  who   was   killed   by   an   t-xplei.-ion ell  tlyie.-imite at the  Oo'ld   Hill claim   lust  fall.    Men have been out searching.for  portions tif  the  body  for   some   time  past, with the  resiilt  lh.it the   lfe.itl.  one arm. one leg'anil   portions  of  tin-  tiunk   have    b: en     dise-oveieel.      The  jury will b.-ive  to prucrcel   nine  ruilr-  up to the elaim  t������  view   the  rem.tins.  which  owing  lo their eemelilion  will  j have to be buried  on   the  spot.     This  ! ii'.-ikes the Sili itiqiti'.-t which  Dr. Mftt-  jle.in  has   heltl   within   the   last   two  I Wt-.'k.-.  1S mi los iTelow Art owlit-ad, ..-niil th e  C. P. I", steamers call twice a day  when required, landing freight and  passengers. The springs are about Is.  miles back from the Like shore, and  eventually .the medicinal water will  be piped to 11 m:i*.*.iiiiiceut hoarding  house and pleasure* resort that will he  erected, to meet Iheir increasing popularity anil pali-image.  Thu,situation is a beautiful one for  such <*i purpose. The lake here forms  11 small bay of still witter about a mile  and a halt "from point _ to point, and  running inland three quarters of  mile. Two creeks of considerable  si/.e rush down the mountain side ink)  lhe bay. one of them forming, close to  Il e landing place, a w.ilei-f.ill of i-e-  marknble beauty that in itself is worth  11 visit.  Al tlie lauding there is at present  t'limfoi'lahlc cottage iiceommoilal ion  for about ten visitors, while 111 the  springs there are two log cabins, a  bun!" house, iliniiig 1 ootiii kitchen and  ihe usual utilhifilelihg. together with a  bathing establishment which bus now  been in use for two years past."  Mr. \V. M. Brown, of the* Columbia  Hotel, tetiirned from the St. Leon last  Thursday and is enthusiast it; about  the. hot sprhi'-is and their healing  ipialities. "Why," said Air. Brown in  speaking of the mutter yesterday, "ir,  is perfect ly marvelous. A man went  there a short time ago. all crippled up  wilh rheumatism. They had a terrible: time gelling him clown lhe gangplank olt thu boat, anil then packing  him on a horse up to the springs.  When I was al St. Leon he was going  about as lively as. possible, looking  first rate, and cotiltln't say too much  about the good tho waters had ..done  for him.  "Another man,"' continued Mr.  Brown, "went from Ifevel.-toke after  doi-loi'ing for ;i bail leg without, any  good result, for a long time. lie i-  iieiw coming lotinil lir.-t 1 ate, and will  be nil right again silently.'"  Mr. Brown report.- passenger traffic  tin the Aiiow Lakes a- increasingly  busy���������all sorts ami conditions of men  travelling both up and ilown, and the  j ..leauicts crowded. .Many a;e now  switching oil' at j'rinwheacl for the  ' Laiileiiii. Tniiil Lak" ami Ferguson  tlistr'ils. and people reli'iriiing from  tlie-Trail Creek anil Islocan country  nre intistly making for the! Lttilcau.  If it were* only better knowi- how easy  it is to get about in I hut country all  the summer tourists woulel vi_il it.  ILLECILLEWAT  ACCIDENT  Result cf the Coroner's Inquest held on  Wednesday.  The iuepiest on  the   hi  ties of the  ve* men who perished in Lhe collapse  of the mud numcl between Illecillewaet and Laurie was held by Coroni r  M.-ifli'.aii in Kichartlsetr.s hole!, Il'e-  (���������iliewael., on -Weilue.stlay at'ternoun.  The bodies were ielenl ifieel .-is those eif  Albert Jnhiison. Ceorge Phillips. .Nelson Oleson. George Cummings and  .Ml'. Ai-viclsou. The evidence of I he.  survivors of Lhe calastriipliu was Lo  Lhe. elVect that a party consisting of  the live dead men, S."Olson, who escaped with injuries lo his hip, and  Kiiiilierley anil Campbell, were at  work on the top of the tunnel, removing Lhe earth in order Lo put in a fresh  bent in Ihe tunnel. They were rolling  ti big boulder on .a plank, fixed across  the span from which tlie olel bent had  been taken, which fvmiberloy anil  Campbell were holding down to steady  il. Suddenly the boulder slipped from  their control, and knocked away Lhe  key segment of the. next bent, carrying down the dead men and Olsen  with iL, while thu released plank shot  the Lwo men holding it 15 feet clear of  danger. At the time of Lhe collapse:  Alex. McGregor, Lhe foreman of Lhe  gang, was just in Lhe act of leaving  lhe tunnel. Thus, KilpuLi-ick, the  bridge inspector, gave expert evidence  its lo the condition of Lhe tunnel: The  jury brought in a verdict* that Lhe tle-  ceasod caiiiu lo their deaths bysulfoca-  Lion and wounds in, the collapse of a  C P. li. rock tunnel t_ miles, cast, of  lllecillewaet.- They' ccnsuieil-the* C.  P. ii. company on account of their  allowing the timbers iu the Inline) to  get in a bad condition. Tlu*. bodies of  four of the men were brought'- in' on'  Thursday's Iso. i and buried Lhe same  evening" at, the cemetery, liev. V. A.  Ford oHici.-iling;. LhaL of S. Oleson  was sent lo Vernon, where:-his sislcr  is iiiitrriedLo a sectjon foreman, for  internienl. * Ciuniiiings was from  Vvhiteworid, Assa.. and has a In other  working on one. of the. Horne-Payne  Co"."sT.i:i:e"'in'ihe Lariie.au. ' Johnson,  Avidson .anel 01csc*n were from Sweden. Goo. Phillips was from Bowden.  -Alberta, and joined the bridge gang  about, three weeks ago. j'Je was a  stonemason by trade.  OPINIONS  OF THE  C. P. It.   OFFICIALS.'  . The following information .is Lo Lhe  recenL fataliLy_.it the" JNltul Tunnel,  near Jjiiiir'e. was gathered ainoiig-thu  C. P. II. officials yesterday. The tunnel is const rut-tee! Lhrough the debris  of an old earthsliile, which is naturally'  a very loose lormation. The tunnel is  watched day ainl night by a watchman, who walks Lhrough it before and  after the. passage of ovary train. It is  also frequently' inspected, and bridge  inspector Kilkp.alrick recently noticed  signs of crushing on some of Lhe; Liin-  bc-)s. It is thought a fresh slide passed  over Lhe lunnel this last spring, the  _weight-of-^\vliicli���������probabljLuiuscdL-tlic-  criislfmg wliich'was observable about  half ii inch on the cut's of some of the:  timbers. McGregor's bridge party  was accordingly -ptiL on io replace  some of the bents in Lho Lunnel. While*  at. work lhe: loose: earlh and gravel  hilling through derided i.hetu lo get  mil on flic lop mid remove; the '.-ai-Lh,  which is about four feet thick. .Thoy  were engaged in moving a boulder  about "if, feet long, which* was buried  in Lho o7u lh, and to do I his put it plank  across Lhe space, three feet, fiom  which lhe bent hail been-removed, and  were rolling it along. Iu doing this iL  escaped from Iheir com roi anil fell  into the tunnel, knocking away the  key segment of the next bent as it fell.  which of e-ourse collapseel, e-iti rying  Lhe men down wilh il. 11. is claimed  that the fatality was in no way due lo  Lhe condiliein eif Lhe limber, bul was  owing Lo it pure tiecidonl in handling  I lie boulder. The limbers wen- for  llio most part Ihe same as put. iu.iu  l&S" nt the tiuia of the original 1011-  .-.Iruction of the retail, but fire gootl as  far ius I hrir condition is i-oiH'erncd for  another Lwo or three yeal 1.  Public School Jubilee Exercises.  There was a very small .al.lcnd.anci.!  at the very inlcresting eiilt.'it-iiiini"iit  given hy the children of the public:  school yesterday in honor of lhe  Diamond Jubilee. Among those present were Mrs. Clarke. Mis. Grogan,  Kev. .1. A. Wood, Dr. iMc-ICoclinie and  Mr. jVbrahiimstin. The recitations,  readings and exercises were aelinir.abiy  rendered. W. Be.ivo, the head hoy.  giving a veiy interesting reaeling of  Lhe proceedings at the lust .luhilei* in  IHS7. The conclusion, when tho girls  knelt and sang "God Save the Queen.*'  was very pretty and appropriate. Air.  Me-T.-iggiirL is to be warmly e-ongrat 11-  l.-ilek 011 the progress made by the  ciiilehen both in th'-ir studies .and deportment during lhe few months, in  which they have been under hit)  charge. _  TUESDAY'S PROGRAMME.  10 a. 111.��������� Baseball crround ��������� Baseball  match. Gold Hill Club vs. C. P. R.  l::.f) p.m.���������.Athletic sports on the baseball ground.  7 p.m.���������Bicycle and horse races. Front  si 1 COt.  9 p.m.���������Firework:: on baseball ground.  r_" Band in attendance.  EXPORT DUTY ON ORES  IMPOSED   BV    THE    DOMINION  GOVERNMENT  Terrible Tornado in Illinois���������The Fate  of Mrs. Earnato���������The Crow's Nest  Agreement.  (Sl'ITIAL TO  Tie*;-:   IlBItALn.)  Ottawa. June ID���������The Crow's Nest  Pass agreement has been passed without a division. . '  The export duly  on   logs and  pulp-  wood   will   00. *:.   per  1.000  lbs.    On  nickle  10 cenls  per   pound,   copper tJ  cunts per pound.    On ores containing'  copper or other  metals except nicklt:  and lend lo per cent.    On lead or lenc*'  anil silver ores, tn lhe  country  which  imposes a eluly on lead  iu   bars or pij������  lead in excess of  the  import  duty  on '  load  and   lead  ores,  or on   lead   and  silver" ores,    duly is  laid on  the lead  contained in llie ores exported   lo] an-  amount per pound equivalent  to such-  excess.  (ii.KVBLANn, Ohio. .Tune-10���������Another  chapter has been iideled to the tragic  late of Barney BaL-nato. Mrs. Black-  more,-his alleged wife has disappear'  ed, iind the police, say that she has  met with foul play.   .       ' ,  Lincoi.v, III!.' June 10���������A tornado"'  hero yesterday destroyed an immense"'  amount of property. By the collapse'  of ii coal shed. 2G seeking refuge" were"  buried.' Four were killed and six seriously injured.  CANYON CREEK  A Rich District at   the   South   End   pi  Trout Lake.  Canyon Creek runs into the southern extremity of-Trout Lake.  A ledge,  which is a contact of granite and slate.,  an unusual  combination  in, the Lur-  cleau or Trout Lake districts, is  trace-"  able for a c-lo������isider,ahle..i.li,staiiceoii this  ciook.     Two groups   of-.claims, have'  been   staked   out   on   the   ledge,  the  Broken Hill and  the Brookland.' Oh;,  Lhe Broken Hill group on  which -Ed.  Andrew and II. J. Stewart of  Trout.  Lake City, own claims, the ledge is- I"?-*.  foot wide -uid assays from the -surXact.*  h.-ive gone 157:1-3 oz. in silver and'SO *  per cent, load, and 171 oz. in silver nnd :    .  7<1   per "cent.   lead.     Tlie- Brookland.     -  group is owned by tho Commonwealth  "lining and Development Co., of Bran- -  don.    jVIoc. Morrison and   P. A. Lind- -  jren own claims on   the ledge  beyond  the Brookland.    At present the mine  owners urn busy constructing a   road  10 miles up the'ereek from the lake, to .  which   the   province   is   contributing  $100. but as soon as the roael ��������� is made  -active���������development)���������will���������coimnenc'i���������-���������  both   on   Lhe  Broken   Hill    iind   the  Brookland groups.  TI"OUT LAKE MINING.  The   Silver   Chief   Mine   Situated - on  Gainer Creek.  During the week there have been  numerous prospectors and mining men  in town visiling the store- of Bevel-  stoke, which is the ..natural distribute  ing point for the l.-u-gei: outfits..  Amongst Lhis week's visitors was Air. .  IJ. .). .Stewart, the manager of the-  Trout Lako .Mining.Co., which is open-,  tiling the Silver Chief mine, situated,  about 12 miles easterly fioir. Trout.  Lake up Gainer Creek a tiihutary of.  lhe Soiith Fork. The Tiout, Luke  .Mining Co. has its head ollice in Win-,  nipeg: it's capital sjock is i-iI.O'lO.OOO. in  $1.lit) shares, the very liberal appropriation 'if ."HO.WJO in shares being set  aside for treasury ptu-|*o.-es. There  are no shares on the market,-the stock  being owned principally among  "rieiiel". Tho president is Mr. J, Ti.  Grant: vice-president. A.M.Stewart;  niiti llie- secretary and treasurer is Mr.-'  T. I j. Aletc.tlfe.-  The Silver Chief, which is a full  claim, was located by Air. W. J. Stewart himself, ' nnil work has been'going  on all spring. There is unwell defhieel  vortical ledge, between slate and limestone. At a crosscut. 20 feet deep, the/  ledge is exposed 11 feet wide with tin ee "  feet of clean galena running about Sex" '  to the ton in all values. Then! is souiu  copper in the ore and traces of gold.  At tho present time a tunnel is about  being run from a point 00 feet below  the crosscut before jiiieiitioiied. Six  men are employed and work will be  pushed on rapieily. There is sufficient  water for camp purposes on the  ground and also fuel and mining lim-  lier. .There aie a few tons of ore on  Un* dump at present, and when lho %  tunnel taps the ledge a shipment will  be made to some smeller ol a sufficient  quantity to sive a fair hulk test.  Air. if. .1. Stewart, who has an office,  in   Trout  Lake City, i.s   exceptionally!  welt lie 1st ed iu what is going on in that  loeahty. anel is always"willing  to  hit- '  part tils information to stranger.- visiting the district in which   his   mining--  iiit'et-.-sts   are; alrcadv   veiy   consider  able'. -  q  I  'J  ���������m  BH '"i;;;  Agents:  Victoria Powder Co.  G. B. HUlVtE & C01vlPfl|4Y  Wholesale and Retail General /Vlerchants.  Agents:  RAM LAL'S TEA  JiB^t D^Y GOODS . . .  Now Opening, Consisting-of Dress G-oodsi Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, Cottons, Cretonnes, Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets in Latest  Designs.  Horn m stock; ...  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE,, one Car of  TINWARE and STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners  and  Builders.  Our Supply oi Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Right.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Aro tho Best That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compote With Any.  STOHES:     REVGbSTOKe,    THOUT  hM{G CITV,    F6RGUS0N.  fl  i  I  Revel stoke   Herald  JOHNSON & PBTTiriECB  Proprietors and Publishers  A. Bciiu-Weokly Journal, Jmblishcd in the  ntcrcBts ot Boveletoko anel the surrounding  til strict, WctlneBdiiyB and Saturdays, making  clOBcat connections with all trains.  Advertising Kates: Display ads, ~1."~ per  column inch, $2.00 por incli whon insortcd on titlc.  pago. Legal ads,, 12c pur (nonpareil) lino for  lirst insortion; 8c for caoli additional iusertion.  Heading notices, 15c por lino each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, froo.  - Subscription RatcB: By mail or carrier. ������2,00  por annum ; $1,25 for six months, strictly in  dvanco.  Our Job Department: The Herald Job  " Department is ono of tho best equipped  printing offices in West Kootenay, and is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in lirst  class stylo at honest prices. Ono prico to all.  No job too large���������none too small���������for us. JMnil  orders promptly attended to. Give us a' trial  on your next ordor.  To Correspondents: We invite correspondence on UDy subject of interest to tho general  public, and desiro a reliable regular correspondent in every locality . surrounding  Rovclstokc. In all cases the bona fide name  of tho writer must accompany manuscript, but  not noccssarily for publication.  jVddreBS all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  INDIANS  REPORTED MAKING TROUBLE  AT SASKATOON  MR. A.  VOICE'S  RELATIVES  Are the Culprits���������Fifteen Red Skins  Kill a Rancher's Cattle���������Police Sent  Out���������The News at Regina���������A Denial at Saskatoon  (From tho Calgary Herald)  THE TRANS-CANADA  THE NEW NAME OF THE CROWS  NEST    ROAD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspond once must; bo lergibly  Written on one sido of the papor only.  2. Correspondence containing pcrsonnl  mutter must bo signed wilh the proper namo  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with roferonce to nny  thing that has appeared '"i another paDcr  must first be offered for Diiblictitlon to tbat.  paper before it can appear in Tut: Herald.  SATURDAY,  JUNE  19,  1S97.  A correspondent of.tbe "Winnipeg Free Press says : . A person  who knows says that the Indians  are - not troubled about the  changes iu the staff of officials,  but that a bad effect has been  produced by the reduction of  -salaries:"���������-They���������cannob-^conceive  that those to whom they have  looked for guidance and advice  have had their salaries reduced  unless the Great Mother has lost  confidence in them, and as'a result  the Indians have ceased to have  that respect for ^the ollicf-als over  them that they have had hitherto.  One of the fruits of the Jubilee is  a&illy agitation tochnnge the name  of England. One correspondent  wants it rechristeued Wiseland,  the first four letters being the  initials of Wales, Ireland, Scotland  and England. This is capped by  nnother correspondent who wants  the empire to be called Enwiscolia  to bring in the colonics of England, and all the subjects of the  Queen would be "called Enwiscol-  ians. All ot which proves that the  fools are not all dead.  BARNEY BARNATO DEAD  One Account Says  He  Threw Himsel  Into the  Water  and  Another that  He   Fell   Overboard ��������� The   Body  Recovered���������A Passenger to England  London, Juno 11.���������(Midnight.)���������  A special despatch from Funchal,  Island of ~ Indeeia, off the t he west coast  of Morocco, says that on the arrival  there todav of tho -British steamship  Scot, which left Table Hay, Capetown,  on June 2nd, for Southampton, it was  announced that Barney liarnato, the  South African diamond king, who  was among the passengers had committed suicide by jurnning overboard  His body was recovered.  FELL OVEllBOAItD  London, June 15.���������The Daily Telegraph, which announces the death _ of  Barney Barnato, says on the authority  of the news agency that he fell overboard.  - A despatch received On Sunday from  West Prince Albert states that reports  reports have been sent to Superintendent Giignon, who commands the  .Mounted Police at that point that a  band of 15 Salteaux Indians from Nut  Lake, relatives of Aluiiglity'Voice and  tlie other outlaws who weie killed two  weeks ago at Maniclian.-is Hills, bad  turned L.iemselves loose and bud been  for some days engaged in chasing  settlers' cattle in the neighbourhood of  Saskatoon, and that one animal had  been actually killed. A squad of  Mounted Policemen from Duck Lake  and Batoche in charge of Sergeant  Will left on Saturday night for Saskatoon, and another party in charge of  Corporal O'Kelly. who- fired the shot  wliich killed Almighty Voice's companion, was sent out yesterday afternoon from Prince Albert to reinforce  the others. Instructions have been  sent to the police to order all wandering Indians to retu"n at once to their  reserves, where they will bo fed by the  Government. It is said that the Nut  Lake Indians are heading for Battle-  ford, but the police authorities are  determined that they shall not be allowed to get there, and no effort will  be spared to head them ol". It is not  probable that there will be any trouble  of a serious kind at present, but the  police have made all necessary preparations as far as is possible to cope with  any emergency.  THE  COMMISSIONER IKTERVrEWED  A representative' of Thk Herald  waited upon Indian Commissioner  Forget- who-pi~~~c*d���������through���������the���������c.it-y*'  this morning on his way to Edmonton.  Jlr. Forget stated that the trouble was  not at ISut Lake as reported, but on  another reserve in the vicinity of Duck  Lake. The reports of the trouble had  been greatly exaggeratpel and were  altogether misleading. The supply of  bacon for the reserve where the tr'iuhle  existed bad been exhausted, and a further supply was din- to arrive on the  lath. In the meantime the Inel-'ans  had become dissatisfied nnd were ex-  nrcssing their di.scontcnt with more:  force than was necessary. Mr. Forge-t  on receipt of the- intelligence at once  wired the agent to purchase locally t be-  provisions rei'iiired, pending the  arrival of the regular supply. ���������>  ANOTHER ACCOUNT.  Kegina, June 11.���������Tin* sittiitUon  among the Indians up noith in con-  see|ut'iit_e of recent events is assuming  an annoying shape. Fifteen Indians  attacked the farm of Mr. Cordon between Saskatoon anel Duck Lake: and  killed all the cuttle in the ttnrral. The.y  them went to the farm of Mr.- Sine-lair  where thoy contented themselves with  threat.".  In conseiiuence of these reports  eight constables of the Mounted Police:  under Corporal Marshall left Kegina.  on Thur.*_diiy to proceed tei the ".pot hy  trail. They *>vill join ������������������/ small detachment; recently sent out under Sergt.  Smith at Nilr. Lake,  A further detachment, is being held  in readiness to proceed by the next  train iE necessary. It is believed that  the. instigittor of the outrages is a  family connection of Almighty Voice  often called Almighty Voice's brother.  The Bill Passes the Railway Committee  ���������The C. P. R. and the British  Columbia Southern���������The New Name  of the Company  OttaWjS., J rue 12.���������The Bill under  which the C.P.R, propose to construc-  the Crows Nest Pass Railway and  take over the British Columbia Southern was' passed in the Kailway Committee yesterday. Judge Clark stated  in reply to a question tnat the C.P.R's  interest in the British Columbia  Southern was acrruircd on January. 11,  IS'-'/. Clarke declined to say who  the parties were who negotiated the  British Columbia Southern charter.  The new company will be known ns  the Trans-Canada Railway.  DEGENERATES   INTO  MISSING  A    CALF  R'-'oixa, June 15.���������The Indian scare  lr:li:g:iiphed here from Princes Alberta  yesterday, notwithstanding the fact  that it was sent on the: authority of  one who pretended to have been an  eyewitness, hits for its basis the fact  that a calf was missing from Sinclair's  band. 'A'i miles cast of Saskatoon, anel  it was at once nssumed that if had  been killed hy Indians digging roots  in the neighbourhood.  Its Ali in the Kootenay Guide  IN THE COMMONS  DAVIN  CHAMPIONS   DISMISSED  OFFICIALS  And Talks of What Might Have Bc?n  ���������Oliver and Davin Protest Against  the Decrease of the ' Police Force���������  A Hint that Laurier will be Knighted  Ottawa, June 15.���������la the. House of  Commons" yesterday, N. F. , Davin,  championed" the cause of a number ol  dismissed officials in the Ninth West.  He claimed that had his opponent in  tho late election been been a supporter of Laurier his (Davin's) majority  would have been colossal or even  mountainous.  He spoke of the Immigration Agent  at Regina, who had not at all opposed  the present Government. John Dobbin  of the Regina Land ollice was al=o  mentioned by Davin as "one of the  whitest souls walking the earth."  On the Mounted Police: vote Davin  and Oliver protested against the decrease in the force. Oliver pointed  out that the Indians, required watch-  "irtg'ai-f recentfevents'_hewed:���������      -~���������  SIR WILFRID LACRIKK,   K. C. 15.  The Free Pre.ss tonight bints that  Hon. Mr. Laurier will return from  Kngland a K. C. 11. It also says lhat  Sir Richard Cartwright will be made  an Imperial Privy Councillor and will  receive the Grand" Cross of St. Michael  and St. Gi-orge.  Private   Stewart  of the -i"3t.h High  lander.->,   Toronto,   won   the   bayonet  competition   at   the:   miliriry toi'vnn-  ment at,  Islington  and   was  awarded  the Empire prize*.  Mr. Davin's interest in the gentleman  who re-joiced in the iinnw of Almighty  Voice was probably due to a sort of  family feeling. Ibtisa mighty voice  himse-lf.���������Montreal ('a/.ette.  Kaslo&SlocanBy  TIME CAM KO.  To take eirect en Wednesday, November 2.3  1803.   Trains run on Padtls standard Time.  GOIN'G WEST D.llLV  HffltunLcwe Kai'o   3u"0am      "'    ...South Kork...  i-:"~iim       "    Sprottle's   .l:'l ,i rn ' ...Whitewater..  10:03 am       '    ... Bear Lake ...  10:18 am      "    McGulsean....  10:30 am       "    Bnlley'd   10:33 am      "     Junction...  lO-.'W u m Arrlvo Handon J.oarcl-CO p m  GOING EAST  " riiYc3_30p in  3:15 p rn  " .,2:1-pm  " ' Z:e/I pm  l:l<D_n  I..'t" p m  1:21 pm  1:1'2 prn  For rates  and   information  apply   at   the  Company's o~i ccs.  II. W. BUY AN,  KORT. IRVING. Supt. and;As3t. Tread.  Trafllc Manager,' Kaslo  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist; Calgary  Mail Orden-Promptly Attended To.  owns  Wholesale dealeis in  Agents  les, Wines, Spirits aqd Cigars.  for K. W. Karii Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated ]3k;ycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  122-tf  IMPERIAL B^NK   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital    -   $1,963,600  Reserve    -   -   - .-    1,156,800  Directors '  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jalfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General-Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Ontario    ���������  Essex Niagara Falls  Fergus        Port Colborne  Gait Rat Portage   -  Ing'crsoll    Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Agents in Great Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for..transfer by letter or cable to_,,___  of above 15rancb.es.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; . Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of SI and upwards received and  interest allowed. .   *  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  iind other debentures purchased. ���������  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available ' at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc.  Gold' Purchased        ..  A- R. B. HEARN.  * "Tannjfop Revelstoke Branch.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act ot Parliament, 1833  Paid up Capital  Rest Fuqd   -'   -  Head Offlee-  $2,000,000  -    1,400,000  -Montreal  .     BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  1    S. JI. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  . Samuel Kinlev   J. P. Cleghorn  11. Mtifklanel Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  .English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Altn,.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisbnrg.Ont.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Kidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  TorontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C  McGregor.MgT  -VX!������S_I.PKe ������K\KCU  T. jS.Phepoe. Manager  Herchant's Hotel  lllecillewaet, B. C.  This hotel has just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect. Good accommodation. Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  ia House  Tlie Largest Hotel in Town.  Centrally Located.  Best Accomodation.  St. Leon ��������� Hot Springs, on. Upper Arrow  Lake, run in connection.  Rates'$1.00.Per Day.     -     Choice Wines, Liquors arid Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  ���������When -at-.. ���������-+-  Golden, b. c.  The gateway to the great  East kootenay  gold fields   ~i  assures you every comfort, exixuisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters .for c6rnmerci.il and  mining men,   Free sample rooms.  Fort Stoelo Stapo leaves Kootenay s ���������.  llonso    every   Tuesday.  Strictly First Class S.ADLER, Prcpr.  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmx^mmmmmmmmmmtim  ������ ������������������-������������������=__*  fc        From Brantford,  the Home of Good Manufacturers.   .    *-"&  =S  TJiE ONLY GJ1-NJ1DIJ1-N BICYCLE  That received an award at tho World's Columbian  Exposition for points of general excellence was the  Brantford lied Bird, the strongest, speediest and  most beautiful bicycle sold in the Dominion today.  The wisdom of this award is verified by the fact  that four out of live of the Class B championships for  '1)5, anrl four out of live of the' professional championships for 'CO were won on a Red Bird. Notwithstanding what' tho riders of other wheels may do,  the fact remains that when anything worth winning  is won, tho trick is generally done on the fast and  beautiful Red Bird. ������ ,t :_S  Branches:   Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg 3J  and Sydney, Australia. _____������  T.HE SOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantfopd. 3.  =3  =3  I  "S  -Ml  -  .a  f%  ^z These Famous Wheels are sold by the Coican-Holten-Downs Co. :2  *���������>   "ft -  LiEE & flTKI^Spi*4  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagon3,  Etc.,  Etc.  Second hand Buggies,  etc. always  on hand.  Write us for prices and particulars.  Wc; can build you  a rig   to order  they can't be beat.  Any one Bequiring'  WOOD  CRUGH-RY,  flnBE-RTH.  Can buy it "  Yi      Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  |y^ ���������i.KSpeeialty  ll-iy Iioou Prices  t)t?ay HBBH  *. .'IB  Keep Your  Eye   on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  Lardeau  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group Pool  Group  Galena Priuce Gr'p  Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  Wagner Group Abbott Group  American Group      Glengarry Group  Black Eagle Group   Blackburn Group  Pilot Knob Group    Holy Moses Group  Highland Group        Ped Plume Group  Each group contains f rom3 to 18 claims  PLAN  . O.'  PAHTof -  TROUT   LAKE MINING  0\V  . 3     HORH    ,  .  f    OHANT *      "_  - X GA������ATrtofirii������iiN ,-  ��������� 6    Foot. >  - 7   d*J* Sttor . ,  .. 3   itCLCNn -  .  9 H9Lt.ll  /-MtK  ������ 10 HS.CI-1  . // Kte at*& -   .  ������ it. kv/ttr������ QtiAit-.  ��������� li  CK*Y'Zao--������  . /���������  WACV������A  . ��������������� Aooor .  - 16 -9_.^eA Pfl/nc*  '*.!}. /I'ICAICMIV /V.".,       <      -  - /#  SH.V������A. -_*r���������Ji  .. a stLvc/i cup,  ' JO HII.O Sh/Arf  ��������� J/ Co<__p /C//WV  ��������� .ut /incAian nti  ������ t3 SrKtt/soH  ��������� tf &������neuu.tfiicoror  ��������� -*-" /tAniZY     Gnouf*  - Jt net, CMier '  ��������� x;' quca ct.G*-C  *- *J  ?Mfi.r wtjrcJZAi.  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview Badshot  Old Sonoma Black Prince  Great Northern        Silver Queen  Hillside True  Fissure  Sunshine Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 0 miles  ?^-~ "a-  -������"���������_.'.=..<    /Soc'  i  -ol    I  1  Ferguson is the Terminus  of   the    projected    Lardeau   Railway���������to.  be   built   this   summer.  At the present ground floor price the best real estate investment on  the market is FERGUSON lots.  C. E.-SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160  can    be     secure  for $10 down  Anjnside Lot at $110 can be  8ecnred  for $27.50 down  RECEIVING   THE   PREMIERS  ELABORATE ���������     ARRANGEMENTS  MADE IN LIVERPOOL      ,  ���������  o ���������_- ���������  Transportation of the .Canadian Troops  ���������Mounted Police Horses Arrived���������  Premier Laurier Reached Liverpool  on Friday Night.  London, June 11.���������The Times this  morning gives the official programme  of the procession for June 22. An imposing array of regulars with bands  and seven- "batteries of artillery will  form the vanguard. Then the Royal  _aides.de-ciuiip,fleldmarshalls_and_theii_.  etjueries, foreign. attaches and deputations, the Queen's Prussian dragoons,  ' the Lord Mayor, :*3 English and foreign princes, the Indian escort and  Lord Wolseley immediately proceeding the Queen, who will have the Duke  of Cambridge on her right hand and  the Prince of Wales and the Duke ot  - Connaught on tho left.  In the separate colonial procession  the Canadian troops are to be followed immediately by Premier Laurier  who will be the first after the advance  guard of the Royal Horse Guards.  Montreal, . June 11.���������The Star's  special cable from Liverpool says:  "Arrangements for the reception to  the Colonial Premiers here tomorrow  include an at home and luncheon by  the Lord Mayor. The Premiers  who are expected to be present are:  Laurier (Canada), Turner (Victoria),  Nelson (Queensland), Braddon (Tasmania). Kingston (South Australia),  Forest (Western Austtalia), Seddon  (New Zealand), JEscombe fNatal).  In the evening there will be a banquet given by the. Chamber of Commerce to the Duke of Devonshii-e, president of the British Empire League,  and the visiting Premiers. The visit-  '., ors will be the guests of Lord Crewe  over Sunday.  Premier Laurier is expected to land  about nine o'clock this evening. Sir  Donald Smith is here to meet him and  the flag is on tho city hall in his  honour,  TRANSPORTING TIIE TROOPS  Lo-fDON, June 11.���������Colonel Ivor  Hobert has gone to Liverpool to make  arrangements for the reception and  transportation to London of the Canadian contingent on board the s.s. Vancouver. The North West horses have  arrived there. Two died while on the  voyage across the Atlantic, but tl'e  others aro in good condition. The  Mounted Police will lead the Colonial  portion of the Jubilee procession.  having " boon    delayed  in   the   Irish  Channel and Mersey by fog.   -  The colonial premiers ��������� and their  ladii's, including the Canadian  Premier, Hon. Wilfrid Laurier and  Mrs. Laurier were guests this evening  of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce in the concert room of St.  Agnes Hall. A large and distinguished  autlicnce gave an^, enthusiastic wc*!-  coine to the visitors.  ELABORATE   FREPjVRATIONS.  London, June II.���������The coming  Jubilee engrosses public attention to  the exclusion of everything else. Even  the serious revolt of tribesmen on the  Punjaub frontier is passing as an ordinary detail   of  the   burdens of the  empire.���������^���������.���������=*���������=, ������������������=.-j^=_j.���������=���������!_-_=  Mi. Laurier's arrival today brings  into prominence., the Imperial idea  which is the "dominating note of the  Queen's gala week. No other colonial  Premier can hope to rival him in popularity and prestige.  His tariir reciprocity proposals are  designed to place the Mother Country  in a better position to trade with the  Dominion and that is the English idea  of Imperial Federation.  No other Premier can receive so  hearty a welcome, but every one has  been greeted warmly and the greatest  enthusiasm shewn whenever any  Colonial Premier makes an after dinner speech or addresses a public  ussembltige.  OUR PREMIER HONOURED  HIS FIRST APPEARANCE IN THE  .OLD   COUNTRY  The Duke of  Devonshire   Taffies   Our  Wilf at a  Meeting and Canadians  ���������   Present Were So   Delighted   that  They Cheered the Speaker Heartily  - Liverpool, June 1-1.���������At a meeting  or the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday afternoon to welcome the,Duke of  Devonshire, President of the United  Empire League, and the Colonial Premiers, Mr. Laurier occupied the place  of honour on the right of Mr.  Chairman.   ,    -  In the course ot his speech the Duke  of Devonshire paid a. high personal  compliment to Mr. Laurier and the  large audience applauded and cheered  with greatest enthusiasm, the demonstration being frequently repeated.  Canadians present were delighted  with the Duke's compliments to .their  Premier, who was the principal  speaker at the banquet at night.  OUR PREMIER'S  RECEPTION  - England Gives Canada's Premier First  Place in Her Esteem���������The Tariff  Reciprocity Proposals Appeal  Strongly     to     British     Sentiment  Liverpool, June 12.���������(Star cable*.)���������  It was approaching midnight last  night when the Cunarder Lucanin,  on which was Premier Laurier and  jiartv, anchored oil* the landing stage,  THE FRENCH TURF  Paris, June 11.���������Le Grand Prix do  Paris, the chief event of the French  racing and serial vear, for a purse of  'M),(~.) francs. ($10.COO), was won bv  Doge.-, who is   owned by H. J. Amaud.  MASSACRE OF  TROOPS  SERIOUS REPORT IFROM   SIMLA  IN   INDIA.  Is There to be Another Indian Mutiny ?  British Troops ��������� Are Outnumbered���������  Twenty-five Privates ' and three  Soldiers Haye Already Been Killed  Bombay, June. 12.���������A despatch from  Simla, the residence of the Indian  Government Officials --during the  heated term period of the year,  announces serious trouble on- the  northern frontier and the massacre of  a_niininer-of.Britisli_oiIic.crs._and native,  soldieas in the Government employ,  According to the' first accounts of  thu affair two guns belonging to the  Bombay Mounted Infantry, escorted  by SCO Sikhs belonging to the First  Punjab Infantry, were treacherously  attacked in the Tochi Valley by a  large force of hostile natives.  ���������-  Colonel Bunny, two officers and 25  privates were killed and three officers  and 25 men wounded.  Later reports indicate that the  alf lir is more than a mere conflict  with warlike natives,' and that the  notorious Mullah of Powindah is at  the bottom of the trouble. This  account says a police officer named  McGee was visiting Shirani with an  escort of troops when they were  attached at Maisa hy vastly superior  force. The British troops were compelled to retreat and were tollowed  several miles by overwhelming  numbers of the enemy.  THK KILLED  The fighting was desperate, all the  British officers wore severely wounded.  Captain Brown ot the First Sikhs, a  son of the late Sir James Brown, and  Lieutenant Orookshank of the Royal  Artillery, were killed. Sergeant llig-  ginson, Lieutenant Higginson, and  Lieutenant Stone Brown of the Pun-  Jab Infantry, are wounded.  " A second dispatch does not mention  the death of Colonel Bunny, but from  the fact that it says Colonel Grav from  Miranshah has taken over the command of the British force engaged it is  inferred Bunny is also among the dead  as at first announced.  Word conies from Prince Albert that  the body of U. Tait, who with his brc J  thcr was drowned in the Saskatchewan  opposite that place Last summer, was  found on Friday partly buried in the  sand a short distance from the spot  where the accident occurred.  ANOTHER ATTEMPT  On the Life of a  French   President���������A  Bomb Exploded.  Pj\nis. June 13.���������An attempt was  made today to assassinate Felix Faiire,  president of the French Republic,  while riding in his carriage on Long  Champs to witness the Grand Prix.  "While Fatire's carriage was passing  a thicket near La Cascade restaurant  in the Bois elu Bologne, a bomb was  exploded. It subsequently proved to  be a piece of tubing six inches long  and two inches in diameter and of a  thickness of half an inch. It was  charged with powder and swan shot.  No one was injured.  When in Vancouver stop at the  Oriental Hotel  Free bus at all trains.  Comfortable  and  first-class   in  every respect.  Rates:   $1.00 and $1.50 a'day.  LANTZ & GIBBONS,  1'20-tf Proprietors.  L^JLFRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop'opposito Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed >  ��������� <"���������    -Terms Cash  Spokane Falls and - .Northern  ���������Nelson and Ft. Sheppard  ..   Red .Mountain R^s.  Tlio only nil rail rout" without chance of  cars botween Spokane, Northport. Kossiand  anil Molson; a'so botween Itosslanel and  Nelson. _  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  LKAVK. NOIUHI'ORT AUHIVK.  For Spokane��������� - From Snokano���������  12:3'p.m I:i0p.m.  For Hojsland��������� From Rossland���������  1:50 p.m 11;.'" a.m.  For Nelson��������� * From Nelson���������  li~}p.m .' l_!:lll p.m.  Clise connections at Nelson with steamers  for Kielo and all Kootenay Like point.-).  PasscEgers for Kettle River nnd Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  CUJVLMLNS & GO.  The PIONEER ' STORK,  always "keeps in stock  a full line  of il  JVUneps' Supplies  FJBKGUSON. li. C.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices).  Douglas Street ��������� Rrvelstoke  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies-  KAY, timothy and prairie: OATS.  CHOP, BRAN, SHOKTS FLOUR  POTATOE-e. EGGS. BUTTER  FISH, HAMS, BACON. Etc,,  Two more negro  lynchings are re  I ported from the United States. ���������  ',FR0M|(EILV "OTHERS  McNAMARA & CO.,  Assayers, Min;in.g and  Milling Engineers  Office and'Metallurgical Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOI"*;H*_E - ������ WHSflllStGTOri  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, assay.... "1 C0~vLimo, analysis.. 9 3 CO  Gold and silvor,   ���������   .    Silica, analysis.    2 00  assay    ISO   Coal partial, an.    SOO  Gold, silver nnd Tin, ossay      6 GO  lead, essay    2 50  Nickel, assay $10  Gold, silver and to    15 00  coppor, assay..   3 00  Cobalt, assay������10  Gold and silver to    15 00  ��������� bullion,assay..   2 00  Anlimonv,ass'y   10 00  7.inc. assay    3 00  jVrsenic, assay..    5 10  (Sulphur,assay... 3 00 Aluminiun.ass'y 5 00  Mercury, assay.. 5 00 Platinum,assay 5 00  > leltinR androlln- MoltinK.roIln Ing  ing burs    2 00     anunssaying..    3 00  Kites Riven on application for working tests  of ores on samples of one to fifty pounds.  Wo-have tho most complete equipment in  tho North West for testing oros and ttitcrmln-  intr tho kind of machinery necessary tot tho  rceluction of tho same.  Postal rato on ore ono cent per ounco. Send  at least thrco ounces for asbay.  Inspections and reports mado on mining  proporty.  Air. F. K, McNamara of this firm is the  Inventor of "Tlio McNamara" Two Stamp  Mill, which has a Kuarantecd capucity of from  flvo to seven tons per day: 85 to 'JJ per cent of  tho Hold is saved in iho battery. Can add as  many butteries as desired. Estimates and  prices on application ItcmcmbL-r that wc  mako a specialty of Ileal Katato and Mines.  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use   in   cases   where  disease  eats  off tho horn  of the hoof  Also a Never Failing: Remedy  For fungus growth of flesh  '   in any shape whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Failed  to cure.  Try It and Save Your Horse.  Here is a never failing remedy, u  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Rece Street SANDON  Dealer In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station    ���������   -   B. C.  ( anadian  \   Pacific %  SCO PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and best  route to  Toronto     New York     Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  and all Eastern and European Points  * Tourist Cars leave Revelstoke  daily for St. Paul; for Toronto  every Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursday.  Empress   of  India, Empress of ������  Japan audEmpress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.   Warimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports.  For full   particulars   applyJ to  nearest C. P. R. agent;, or to  T. W. BRADSHAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  M. UacGREQOR. Trave-lllng  Pastongor  -\t_tont.  Nelson, I). C.  GEO.  McL.  BROWN.     Dlstilct   P������ssengcr  ARont, Vancouvor.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH - Rcvclstoko.  Preaching sen ices at II a-m. and 7:30  p.ra. Class meeting at the close of tho  morning service, t-ahbath School and Bible  Class in 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meet n(f  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited. Seats frco.   REV. J. A. WOOD. Pa-tor-  fHURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Rcvclstoko.  v-- Services: Daily, evening prayer 5. p.m.'  oxcept on Fridays when it Is at 7 p. m.  with address. Sundays: Holy Communion  8 a.m.. morning prayer 11. evening prayer 7:30.  First Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.   FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  PRESBYTERL\.N CHURCH-Reyelstoke.  Service every Sunday at 11 a-m- and 7:30  p.m. Bib'c Clij-ts at 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.   REV. P. P. MUIR, Pastor.  ROMj\.N   CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Revelstoke.    Mass .fourth  Sunday la  month  at 10-30 a.m.  REV. FjVTHER PEYTAVTN.  PROFESSIONAL  WB. McKECHNIE.  ��������� (M. B��������� K. D. C ������.)  Physician and Snrgeon.  Office:  Near tho Union Hotel. -  Calls by telephone or telecraph   promptly  attended to.  Office hours:   930to Ham-, 1-30  to 1 and 7 to 8 p.m.  Reveistose     -     -       Bitmsn CoLcvar*.  C.JW. WOODWQ^fH  M. A .   LL. B.  Notary. Conveyancer, Elo.  Mines and Real Estate.  ai.cc.___N Cm     ���������     ���������     Bbiiiih COL~_.D"_V  ..J1  -V 1>.-I��W*J��* t ���*/*{*��M
I
LOCAl AND  GENERAL   liEWS
An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal
and   General'Items   Round   and
About  Revelstoke.
* II. N. ('oursioi- i.sagent ,'l'nr ��lie
ilcinf/.tmin Piano.
'���_��� A ciirlciiiil of Cniiui'il (etii)ilsjusl, uii-
luiuli!il for C i.l, lluuif i** Co.
Mr, ('.!. 11. Naglo wi'iil. tlown In Trout'
.liiiko tut Woiluesdny's train.
Mr. XV. II. Vie-l-i'i-h left em Thursday
evening on n trip nl'n fow days I" II'*'
Ij.'irili'iiii. '   '���
Mr. .Ins. lltili-liisoit Is gel ling Itis
stock placed in liis iiisw* stiiie tut l-Vnut
Mrt'ul.
* Tin: i-t-lt'lii-iilt-tl Ai-liiirl;li''.s t-oll'e'i'. it
large consignment nt (.'. II. Iliiinoi*;
Co's.
���Mr. Cli.'irli's "Inlsnn " i-t-l iii-ui-il froin
.San Frani-isco litis morning, iiiul i.->
going on down into the Lnrduiiii nl.
eiiii-e-. ���_
Tliu remains of tliu lute: dipt. .1.
Uriel wore- shipped tlirougli on Weil-
ni'isdiiy to Viiiii'Dtive'i' f.ir luti-i.-il. His
lirnt.lii'i' resides in tlmt t:ity.
I Wflih's le'tiiicy CliitcoliiU'S, a ri-usli
and new slock just opened up al U. II.
lliiiiic eV Co's.
.Itiliu Siintlfi.son itnil .Ins. -Mi-Fai-lano
linvu gut the wnte.'t- out, of the Last,
(jiinnt'i* mini', ."IceJullough Ci-L-t-k. iinel
.-nt: now nl work on tlio mini: itself.
II. L. Simmons, expert for Bowes,
.Scott to Co., of London, was in llie
Slot-nil lust .week, iinel i.s now in the
Ijiii-dt'iiu.���New Uonver Lodge.
A Witsliottt. of the bridge at jViitlu-it-
t-ii.o hy tin.* Bow river i.s assigned Iiy
report, ns the cause of the iiou-.-irriviil
of Ko. 1 yesierdny.
* Feather pillows and eider-down
pillows, also pillow casing. See thiitii
nt 0. 11. lltinte to Cei's.
A mini named Couture was bi-fiught,
in this iniD'ning fi-eini Clinton hy the
polit-i*. He* is wanted on a charge of
.stealing froin a party uaiu'i'd Nelson.
The Hough and Iteiuly, on J-jCuiiiii
c-reek, is being expei-tod hy an ox perl,
from V.-int-tnivei-.���New Dcnverl-edge.
JMr. O. 1). Hoar is interested in the
Bough and Ready.
The News-Advertiser says that the
i-ompany i-oprt-senteel hy -Mayor
Templeton nnel C. N. J-lavidson will in
a few days put on a force of men to
resume "development work on the
Orphan Boy.
Mr. J. XV. Sutherland.' from Sun
Francisco, who is examining the mining resources of Kootenay for some
Caiiforiiiiin investors, was in town on
Thursday. He. will visit the Lardi-au
iind Trout Baku distriels.
Arrangements tire: being made for
extensive distribution anel sale of llie
IIeualij'.s Diamond .Iuiui-km Sou-
vkxiii book, desci'ijilive of lhe
milling resources of >>iutli Knolonny
in London anil throughout the United
Kingdom. The book will ho the
grandest, advertisement to the outside
world that any district in the province
has-yet produced.
��� The Rosslaiid correspondent of the
Ledge says : AVe all thought that the
eli'.ily running of tho bonis between
Arrowhead iind Trail would moan a
a daily mail service! - from Kossland
���mid Trail: in fact, I believe this was
promised by the posioflico iiiitlioi-ilii-s.
nut wo have still tei drag along in the
same old way with three! mailsa v.'t-ok.
J'ostotlit-e Inspector Fletcher seem.*
COMING EVENTS.
.1 line 20. ��� Accession Sunday. Open.air
sei-vit.-o, 7-11.111. iu I'l-iint. til'��� tile, English e-hiii-cli,
.'I lino ���.���Grand ('i-lebi-atitm of the
Diamond Jubilee.. Jii.'iU" in prizes.
Public, holiday.
.Inne 2:i.��� Cliiu-i-h of .l.'liigla'iid social in
Polei-scin's Mall.    :
.Inly l.--l)(iiiiiiiioii Day, I'ublic holiday.
.Inly 12.-.--Ci-niid Oraiigi! Uelebi-nti'.'ti
al Uovelsttike,
;: FERGUSON
The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.
The Pioneer Store
of .Ferguson, B. C.
t jj.i.i.i '~y
GeneraS flercl-ants.
.-
V. 1!. Iltiuit' eV Co. iuli'iiel In eii't-l a
large' store' .-ilTitnit Lake immoeliiilt.-ly.
Acctiriling to lho London onrros-
1 ii ii ii li-i it. nf lhe Bti'sland Miner, r.lr.
anti Mrs. (ii-.-ml (iovnu, nml t'ol, 1'. II,
Ansii-y, 1,-tli. I,'.I-;, sailed on llio <h\\
inst. Im- l.'an.-iilit.
.Mr. .1. 1"), Silih.'ilil hits sliii-loil ,-t party
of men clearing np tin- l rail to llie
(ili'iigary iiiitl will go iu again on *\Yii|-
nestl iv in litl;o in supplies and a purl y
sf six nr eight men to starl, develop-
ineiil.
AVe* cilI lhe illtoiilion of lhe public,
lei lhe. notice published in -miiU'.i-i-
c'llniitn warning tiieni against, lining
business . wit il n pai-ty n-iiit-si-iiting
himself as agent for thoMannlaciiu-oi-'s
Life lnsui-anco Co,
Sloi'iim Oily is the. way in wliich the
rising camp at Iho foot eif Slocan Lake
appeal's em i he government - labels for
thu iiiiiil bags. Kliii-n.-icli, Ollawit,
wntiltl iiiakc an adiiiir.-ibly appropriate te..-le'grapliic. address for tile Posl-
iii.-isler-Cuiiui'iil's tlopiii-Lmonl itself.
A new edition lo onr .exchango list
is lho .Mining Koview published al.
Sandon, a large weekly sheol,. owned
by Clins-. (Jlill'e. a Bi-.-iudon newspaper
iiiiiii anil formerly editor of the Brandon Mail. The lioview is it ct-cdiuiblo
looking journal ami will uo .doubt fill
the bill.
A. Bourgeois' party came in this
morning from Lho mines al. Carnes
Creek. They have fixed a good trail
up there. The 'Carnes Greek Co. intend to ship 200 tons of ore for a mill
test now tlio road is opened. They
have about O'J fool of tunnel run. and
quite a large quantity of ore on the
dump.
. ��� o
Diamond- Jubilee Service.
The following will be the order of
service at lhe special outdoor evensong
which will bo sung tomorrow at 7
o'clock, outside the. Bnglisli c-hiu-'ch.
Hymn���"'Arise, O Church of ling-
land.
Opening Sentence���J Tim. 11; 1,2.3.
l'xlicii'l.-iliou. Geiiet-.il Confession,
Absolution. Lord's Prayer. Special
Hymn for Queen's Accession Uny and
Proper Psalms 20. 21 and 101.
First Lesson���Joshua 1 to verse 0.
Magnificat.
Second Lesson��� Romans XIII.
Nunc IJimilt is.
Aposiles'^Cieod. Lord's Prayer and
Sulft-ages. Special Prayer.-, for Queen
anil Royal F-ituily.
I ly mil���""To thee O God be Praise.*'
.Special I'lityei-s for Unity, ete-.
! Iy mii���������Lord nf afl Thrones."
Pittiiol ic Address bv l.he> vicar. Rev.
K. A. Ford.
Hymn���"God of Supreme* Dominion"
N:Lti..-iiiil Antliem.    The Bk-.-sing.
Dealers in	
Groceries. Hardware. Dry Coot':;.
r��~iniii,~; Supplies, Etc.
I-.;in"���.".- and P.-"i.-:;:ectors Outfitted.
Poit Office in Couiie':i~:i.
Our stiitv is onl;." fiom one losix
miles fi-niii lhe t'ii-lic.-.t mining pros-
peels on tin- I'iintiiit'iit of America.
I!y pin-t basing I'l-nin n-. il will save you
m.-'.iiy a wt-iii-y step.
Eat Si o &
C
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"c"
General
Merchants
iners and Prospectors
Outfitted, &c.
_~>~~ ~���<5~
Ferguson, B. C���The centre of
the Lardeau Mines
Be   Slire tuiel register uL tltc-
fld.1 iiOl
when you ranch FEKGDSON.'
CI
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J
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>w-
)r^]r:M]t
Ebbs
Agent for* the Bllckciiscierfor
Typewriter
��� -*-_____*'���
' Successor to GILKER 8c WELLS
Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,
Shoos, Gents' Fut'iiishings.. Stationery,
Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.
POST OFFICE STORE,
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
D..   jrjsj^oj&i .&   CO-,
REVEL2STOKE STAT1QN
Tho ttihic is provided with the lost the inarkcl
t. llu nl s.
���-CUMMINGS  <&  MCDONALD,
Propriet jrs. l")u
When You Reach
Thomson's Landing:,
HAY"-Timothy by Carload, Ton or Bale.
POTATOES, nicely put up in 90 lb Sacks, good
and sound.
FRESH EGGS. BUTTER, always on ice.
AGENT   FOR. THE   NELSON   MINERAL WATERWORKS   CO.
SlJeif^
11
OO TO THS
JUBILEE MATINEE
AA'ill he given hv the c iiildren
of tin* Kinile'igiirtoti in tin:
si'lioul room'on Snttii-.l.-iy. .ftine
V.I. comiiii'iit-iiig nl 2:Si(J n'clock.
Admission, i'lcL-. Childivn It) c-!-.;.
Notice
hcre-hv ir.ven lhat
(in the 0-
Notice  is hcre-hv .-/-.von lhat   .7) el.iys r.'c-r } hre^cr .'.
t"it-'ij -Aciiel.'iitl z.) ATinj-. for .-- I.e-t-.npe--1j re*i-:il. \*.r   -.gi;h
li'tuor ut. Tloceoii's I.'irellri--?. .1 -mc lit)*. I *f.fi.
i!)jui;w Bates i*" Portkii.
At the* C. P
LoEi
tatieiti-
frf.jel   7%:n wi
i:i h
be lhe Kiiitie sort of   fossil   he  always
was.
John Tlioniiis. of Kossland. local
manager of lho British Columbia Exploration company, of Tat'onia. AA'ash.,
yesterday purchased for !*;2l).('0f) frnin
Scliull/. It White, the Ottawa, near
Trout, Lake, in the Lni-denu c-oimiiy.
Joe Young has ju*.-t returni'd from an
oxaniinalion of the property unci it is
"on"his_Tecommc'ntliititjii���the-pUrciiTtnt-
was made. The 13. C. Bxpliiraliiui
coiiipnny was oig.ini/.etl last, fall and
the Uttiiw.-L is tlie first property it h.-is
piiichased.���Kossland Miner.
In spile of lhe wot _ weittlier the
strawberry social nt the MelhodNt
church on"\Voilno.-day i.'Veiiingiitt:;tct-
eci cpiilu il nuiubi'i' of guests, there
being iiboiit 50 pre'eut. The In-iiss
liaiid was in nlleii.lance :ti-.d elisctaiisei! .
M.iitie excollent iuu>ic in the* chuicli.
where the* evening's e-iili-rtniumcnt
was couduittecl tin ni-i-oiint iff Uie: rain.
The evening was very ph-a-antly spent
in social inii-i-t.-our-e. anel I he- ili.-i-ussion
of  the sli-awlri-i-iii-s   and   other   gejml |      .���t
things priivieleil for the I'litt'i-tainini'iit ' _'_ . .
of their  gnosis  by  tho  ladies   of   llie! . ,,      , .
eotigit-giitiiiii. _ j      Dissolution of Partnership
With refon-nc..- to an item in Hie
Vancouver New���Advert i-er tei 111 * -
i.'fTi'i-t lhat the action lo &i*L si-iil��* tin-
e-ale eif lhe Oi'|ihiin Boy mine ha.- been
eli.-e ontintii'il in fiivor nf either piuci-cil-
ings to be tnk.'ti in iinnlbi-r line.      Mr
PROSPECTOR'S
EXCHANGE
llo-it Mctils iu llie I tirilcaii.
. StBgc tir.tl Ij'veryin conncclion.
T. W;.GRAHAME, Proprietor.
Prospectors
9
Nov/   is Your   time
Make a Strike!
Money,   time   anel   (rouble  Mivcil   1>\"
httyitiK ;,'.".t:r stipp'ie-t in f=!i;lit ^t tho
in nos nt. ilcvolsuike pi-iecd.
Yours tor ijus-itiPdH,
to
I.     M
Thomson":
CITRON,   '���
General Merchant.
Landing, B. C.
Joed Business Building to Rent
r_.nc-u-.re ci
W. F. B." at this office.*
i~ost. l
. in^i.. j.f--*i.*v.hFro bet-.vcon .-'.lion's
'. I tr...,-_'.'-' ri-^i.*e.'.u:*, it, Ltoiei tie---ic-
tn-..rr   >.h-.i,i-.t    T.riululll .-i-.mwir.t
i p^srl--.    Kind*:
! t;->i"'i hot-'.
- pLate leuve ac t'nis olliee, or at
#���!   jLz$&A Wi^^A   ... -
Before hitting; tlie Hills   ,
Get your Medicine Chest refitted at
"rA'-iiH ";s,ra,.">,
Parcels Delivered
"We Never Sleep
REVELSTOKE   STATION
CTC*Y1P "A "OT "p"
77i
s
yefjfWKtySl^.
FOR SALE-situate between lhe Melodist Chinch and the brow of the hill,'
nei'.v the old town'.     For prices aiid particulars apply to ,.    -
^ffir
rn?~~c*K___:'.���
.^J_.l.^U'L.-at��
_T~- L. HAIG, Sole Agent.
VV-v.ch Lost.
A Li'ly'^ ;;oM v.i'i-li tind ch",!r.  lost bntu*ppn
t-l't* Mf"trjvtj'-t '^h'lTc'ii  iinii.   ]l. H>>w*<y,\ ��� ftiri-
[UM'iiiint -.*;i *vi"lY I ^'vIvt- ^.lrnt'TJ*  attficJu-'I.    If   jurn s'o *-���'.    Kind  rwM>>j J-nr^hly  rcw.irildtl
rtnrtor-w.1   hrn a .-in��o to u.id nfilcu liu -will hoi 0n icavinx^* l^'* Hkhvi.Tt r.tlifC.
���suiiab1:-" r-.-w .riluil. ITji-ii: , . .	
Kcvelstoke
T
n't* ^ (?���***"! V*^ 5
��k0o0.lial
.Notice
Having lion fl tVa: ^nr."i��-f��' c '?
IS PriDI ti-r-'iTTIilT  JlJn.^t'jf   IiS !('.���(���;,I
fai'tun-i*'-"   Lift* I"i'.i:5iMf-   C'^-rtil
the. piibiii:  ihrt* w��*  \,tt\rt   f���*.c   -i
r.cvcl^tf-ko ror botJ��   th"   MarMiOiciu.^r*.-* Fji
nnil \Tiri*T,r I r*--nr;iri*'1*.- C-amz nu\<'".     An* o ��'i
?olicUin*^   titjuiinurt J1JU-.1 b��v o ^ ri(t��'n  null;or- i
iiv from our-jeive-t or ih*�� ^**nfr��l Mtr��T-r. j
Tenders
V-'jl"   m**  rrr,t>iv( t\  \,v tltJ* i_ui'l',ri,'^ncd up to
ennwn   to m ! jlir.(*C'0jir, Tor ih" ni^vir^ nt n  hiilMmM'  fro n
*��� l*.'->-'iiiii-j n,.,4,.ih-Kin_.t.-- ttiS'CiMl vrt-i-r     I_,'����- r nr
'.jr. -* ��; wnrn . ,|11V toi-rj.-r :n' ii��,r��*-'j;irily su: tpl<id,   >"or pur-
xl\ \it A. Fi:ktz.
ill ,   ];*'V -Nt-Okt- S��u,tion
I
i
t��37.
\V,i>-,
\    N'li'irt* i^ iicre��l>y ctvon  t'n��t  -.n-.tl'.e itnili---,
| MKl.cei. eleiiitic htivim-t.-e a*.  Iiot'-lk- e--i.-r* in tli.. .
j .1 rrnwhe'.'-e*.   tie.'. 1.   * n'ei^ le ail.  niivc  thl-l   elay '
I eii-Jiive-il iLirtiicr^'i;! I.y iiimu-il ceniienl.
1      Anel  tilke; fi'l-tllt-r  ijoti-''  th-.t   till   -xcf-tnt*
I tnviiii' tei tin- '..it.-   p-ii-'ii-r-liiii  teres  pen nl.le- in
I If .1. Iv'.-rr. 'vho *.vlll  -1-to jmv ,'iil out^l.ir.iiii.x !
II. X. ��� Tiiiii -ii*i- I old ii Ill-:r..\l.!)l'epe.rt- I-, hccoiiiiU nx-ii int the Into (lint. :
lhat iilthoitgh lit; eoiiltl not say e-xne I ly j [.;.,!, ICkuu.
wlint '.v.-is being  tliine, ho   w;i- e.-e-il.iin j       ,_���_.�� I'. Alll-'XA.
lhat procet'ding-* woulel -still be: i-n.ii-it.-il
em   lhrough which a couiple.-to   inve:.-,ti
gatiein inte) the alTaiis of the company j
will be Hindi*.    As .lititei! in the ,\i-_v.���
Aelvcitiser.il,  in  likely  lhat an e-ff(iit|
will lie   made   to   get   llu- civil action t
Tin* I-aeli'-- '.r lh" '-"lnii'-h e.f   Kni'l.inil
AT HOME
Wednesday  Evo-iin^, Jui-.e 23rd, i""7.
C.'titittiie-tie-iii-.; nt *t nolo- ��
Jliitornil.v l-ooni nt i-oiuhtIioii.
Vaccini- kept on hand.
Drs. McKechnie & Jeffs, Attendants
Qi
1 ?  -
tiiiloi' do     Unit   wo
give Hint oven some
-and minify; ti nuich
iths ; Hie  opportunist ; your
In Peterson's Hall
! Music,
. 1 '
Dancing',    Rcfreshnientr.,
ft. Hil.Kll*   Tic!i.".,J.  Sl.e-t.--h
H,tLKr/4jy
What,   does   a
cant't, eler"1
Not him-.
What   elo   we-
Lililejis can not. ?
jMiit'h;
Saving of time*
wider choice-of e-
ity   of   se-e'ing   them   tii.'ide
inoiii-y back if yon want it.
R. S. WILSON,
Merchant Tailor
i:i:vi:i>ti)K'i-: .stitici:.". n. t".
������   NOrARY  PtlBLie,
REAL,  ESTATK  AGENT.'
l)t::-irtihlo ItcsiileneuB C)r Stile nr to Let.
CoiivcyiinuinK in nil its lirniiehes.
FireliiBUi-titice.
.supploinenteil by making the matter ;i
f.tiii.ject of pii'seiit.tni.-nl, by the: gr.ind
jury.
Ben. Kearny, f'eo. Hole nnel T. I'.
I_)owning nn* working away at Iho
^Mohawk on Pool (,'ie-e-k. Tlu:y ��ir��-
stiipping off the- ii-on-cajipingfi-iiiii lhe;
ledge on both sides of the creek am!
in-e disclosing il most n-st.iinishitig htiely
of ore in the piot-e-ss. Assays from
the leael \ve*nl, IK] Ie> l.'iO eiz. in silver
from the sui-fne-e, but sint;f then ore- of
;t much higher grade has shewn up in
tlio course: of development. The gitni|i
i.s loe.-ate-tl about .S miles from TI111111-
soirs Lending on Pool "'reel*, nriel has
been known I'm-the- past three, or four
years, but owing to ils being lienvily
"���nppeel with iroii, neit iniicli allenlifni
wtis paid to it. till this ye,-n-, ulicit
nssi-ssiiie-nt work has proved it, tei be
one of the most promising pi-npeilie-.s
in the country, whicli wiil soon take-
.-111 .issuit-d i-iiitk along wilh llu: .Silver
Cup anel ol her crncki-t-jiicks of the dis-
ti-ict. Messrs. Ke.-imy anil Downing
linvo been offeietl n gootl stiff price for
the pi-eipiTty, but this is a claim which
a prior man can wink for himself, and
lhe fortunate owne-i.-. have: ore'to ship
-mil plenty of it on the flump riglil
now.
Little   LOO   is now forming a j
Mandolin Orchestra:
N.
Any y,e-r-.on -.vi-thin-? to join oppiy nt once-
I'etoraon's, Hull, itevelstoke.
Private I,0H3ons ^iven-- !
Mandolin. i
Pianoforte.
Dancing :   Ballroom and Step.!
ir,;tiim Termt rr-oelernte. j
I
SMITH'S
CONFECTIONERY
AND BAKERY	
STORE
: Nov/ open and ready for business.   A car
, ioad of poods now being unpacked.
STOCKHOLM HOUSE
j" r_>��r_ Stone,
frocriejt/jr.
il.-iin Street, Rcvclstoko,
Where to Spend
Dominion Day J
ree
ic
~ Kcfirleel, Knlnrscel. Imjirov.fl  Kv-ry.vny.
^. I'.pk* S', a tiny ne,'i-e; in  I'.w.i.
7 riiolce VV'inr^, I.ttiuor^ anrl Clic.r-i.
- Thopro'.pr-cltii'j l.oii..'.
Front Stre-e),,        Rm/��LST0KE   Jg��    j[    X   L
C. B. Maclean
ARCHITECT . . .
^Niy^ESIGNER.
*Kilimntc~ furnlBliecl.    I'luiin nnel eiifcillcti-
tions niaelc.     Am filao prcpircel 10 tin slion
nnil Job ttwlton the hhotte-Ht notice.   Ptuii-
facticn Kii,ir.inlce-I In every rase.   I'all or)]
write for fern)".
II. C.
t--o bti=.
Si"
ing.
<rrF3��OCXS&.
At WILUAMSON'S   RANCHE'
IJoitfs on flu- Lake. Ice Orrain,
So-la Water. Sli-nwherrii'S.
Li-inoiiaili-can ,bo obtaineil e>n
llie grotiiiils.
I.Aini-.s, I'ijcasi-: |;i;im;  llASKivrs.
Iltthse-s fiom theStailrin tor tlio I'lvnis nt" fttn
lyinlt lucni,
House Cleaning
Ss-ttei for samples of ecu- Wall
I'.iper. Prices front Hie. )'2',i:
J.~:c up tei .">di: roll. ."Inil oi-tlt-l'S
caiel'ii!ly||allendi-el lo.
Linton Bros.,
Booksellers, Calvary.
[s the- place lo buy yenir   Toliiict-f),
Cigai s. Slut ioii.ii-y.l-'riiils". ('niiilies.
Palenl, jAIctlicines, I'cifuiiiery Klc.
Agent--* for the While Swan Croainery
ISiitti'i'mid  e"lieese.
We- sell for ensh anti give tun-   pillions
tin,-  iii-iii-lil. by selling  om-  goods
a I the lowest  price's.
Small piolits. eiuick  li-biiiis: live and
let live is our motlei.
Teaming and jobbing tlnne  promptly.
11 filial-.;" KoiiSam-:.
J. M. McCALLUM: Manager.
Revelstoke Station,
, McGUIRE,
Dealer in all kinds of
Farm Produce,
SALMON ARM, B.C.
"-W.--A.-NEXT.LE,-
Carpenter*  and Contractor
Plans nnd Estimate*: Ptcpared.
REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.
MITCHELL   &   CO,
I
INSURANCE  AND.
COMMISSION  AGENTS,
MINING BROKERS,
CALGARY, ALTA.
SHAVING AND
HaMPOING
BATHS, Hot or
Cold^-,
At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors
California Fruit
Morgan's Confectinery Store.
Write for Prices.,
JAS. HUTCHISON
Heavy Draying and
" 0^" Transfer WorK '
3 Specialty.
Teaming of all kinels receives prompt
attention.
The "'blaze face" horse is the sign
board.
J     REVELSTOKE STATION,   B,  C.
W. G. BIRNEY,
PAINTER
SICKETS -��� .it
Paper Hanging a Specialty-
Address: Caro of Vnlon Hotel. Revelstoke,B.C.
REVELSTOKE
IRON WORKS
BUACKSniTHING and JOBBING,
PLUflBING and PIPE-FITTING,
TINSHITrJING and SHEET IRON
WORK,
MACHINERY REPAIRED.
Mining Work a Specialty
Robt. Gordon,  -   Reyejlstoke St��,

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