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 J^  i%5  VELSTOK  i  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and, Slocan Districts."  -ISSTTEID   TWIOE-A-WEEK- WEID^ESID.A.'X'S    AUD    S^a?TT*Rr)A.irS  Vol.   I.     No.  43.  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 36, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  :"2_Se3gggSg5g_3<������53  Shopping  ^ Letter  THE first thing wise p"Oplo think ot SJ-  when ordeiind goods by mail Is tho Si  capacity for business of those thoy write &  to.* Th������ reputatirn we enjoy for promptness makes our Mall Order trade forge  _ ahead at a gratifying rate.  ' -       -     /  Our Specialties "--���������-  Groceries. Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests for iu-ioe lists and samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,    - if  ....Calgary.... ft)  T. L. HAIG  Sole -Agent for  Itevelstoke  ^^ Townsite  ��������� j.*  MINING  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  Chas.r. carlyon,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  .    ^SOLICITOR,  "   --AND NOTARY .PUBLIC.  OfHco:  Rooms 1- and 2, Pool Block, Revel-  ���������stoke. B.C.     v. ��������� -  Arthur g. m. spragge,  .   ,-. Barrister, .Solicitor, &c.   '   .   -. ,���������  "Notary.Public  -"*     "'   <���������' l*,.':.V-  Ofllco upstairs in Smith's Work. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B. -C.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No.' 1658:  Regular meetings aro hold.in the������  Odd!ello������V Hull onthe second and  -. fourth "Vedne-dayt������ of each month at  ������������������ "t.Vpm.   Visiting brethren cordially  ~" invited. - ���������  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,       '  'Dealer in Wood.' ..  DniTlng ������<nrt  Dclii e-y "York a. specialty at  ]nv*,c^tprici-is. '     - -   - ���������-'*  Teams nlways read* at a moment's notice.'  1 Agent for lho Stand ird O.il Company. -       ,- ,  . T.  A B RI E L,      ' ���������  XAKoap. n.o.-. ���������*    -.-.in  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For information on- m'neral cl-ims on  Cariboo creek, write at once and s������t particulars. ��������� "       "Binrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Pu'cccs'ora to Hull Bros. & Co.,  Butchers and Wbolewale and Retail Dealers  I  Bosf, Pork. Etc.  KAMLO0P8   and   BEVEU8TOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly Ailed..  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  Bourne Bros.  General  Merchants ,-  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City.  Dealers in..  Heavy and Shelf -Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps,- Fuse.  Revelstoke  Wholesale'and Retail    -    \  Builders' and..;..  Miners' Supplies.    ._     r.  Dealing its we do in only the  'one line, onr stocks is neiv;iind  -  ._ complete  and  our  prices are'  right. . ���������       -    -   A Tihsmithing Establishment -  R. H. RAMSEY,  House PEiinter--^^  ��������� and Decorator  BIOS "PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  I2TH OF JULY CELEBRATION!  A Big Day in  Revelstoke  Under the auspices of the Loyal Orange Lo ge  Splendid prograir.me being arranged  Excursion rates from all points in B. C.  Single Fare, Round Trip.  Orangemen  from   Kamloops.  Salmon Arm,  Vernon, Donald,* Golden, Sandon. Kaslo,  81ocan City. Trail   and all points  south will be in attendance.  Brass Band, Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited,  Everybodywelcome.  Particulars later.  E. Adair, W. M T. J. Graham, Reo.-Scc.  is run..in connection, and anything in the tin line will hie  made to order���������tin-rooting,  0 eaye-trottghing, etc. Estimates  given on furnace work.  v ,   ��������� ���������  - *  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil &' .  Rubber Stamp Company.  gay-Mail   Orders  in   any   quantity  carefully looked after.  Write for prices.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  The M ail invites the Herald to disclose thu new Moses, who is destined  to lead the people of this province out  of the bondagc*of the Victoria family  compact into the promised land of reform.- We do not profess to have nny  particular person in our mind. In fact  on this ,point the Herald is very  niiich where, according to the old conundrum that ancient Jewish law-giver  was when the candle went out. There  is, however, no particular difficulty  for anybody gifted with the" ordinary  amount of perspicacity to discover  who is' the Moses and all the other  patron saints and heroes rolled into  one e.f our esteeme" contemporary.  If, as has been pretty broadly hinted,  that gentleman has uny idea of aspiring to the next vacancy in the  Premier's chair of this province, and  if he will only come out now and give  us a hand, not as Mr. Laurier's lieutenant in British Columbia,' bub as  heading the new party of provincial  reform on his own met its, and for the  sake of the province, the Herald  does not- know but what he might  make a go of it.  - There does not seem to be much  point in waiting for a serious accident  before a stop is put to scorching on the  narrow strip of road, known as Third  street.' Wheelmen should not be allowed to go over 11 reasonable pace ' in  any part*of the town, and be compelled  to carry hells and lamps. People with  families are coming into town nil the  time, and the first victim of . the pre;  sent unregulated state will as likelv ns  not he some little child. The other  day .(.here was .actually a race along  Third street between - two. fools, one  mounted on a cayuse, and. the other  on a wheel.. ��������� ,  '      ���������       - .  ' With Kootenay containing certain*;  ly one-fifth of,' the population of. the  province, and-/possessing one-eleventh  of * --yreprese.fifcition ���������--"-.in-.jr" tlie' ���������*. -��������� local  legislature,si-llie' subje'ct.*_of ' the redistribution of- the''.electorate is' the  most pressing'political question''bfe-  fore the people of the province afc the  present juncture, ' The "Herald, puts  forward .llie following as a. tentative  eIort*it "ft reform bill. .-The figures  in the first row 'represent the nam-'  ber ci* seats now given to each district,  in the second the number which-ill  proportion to population they, should  have: '  Lillooet and Cariboo: 4... .3   '  ,   Yah". 3....4  -ViMicnuver :. -.- 3.'.. .3 ,  Westminster City ; 1.... 1  AVestiniii.*>te>r District 4... .4  Victi Tin, City 4....4  -^VicloriiirDistlictTT-rr���������.-Jr-^vvrv2.-^i-.l^���������  Eiouimalt and C-uwichan ...A.:..?  BIG DEAL AT FERGUSON.  Joe Young of Rossland Buys the  Ottawa    for    $50,000. ��������� An   Astonishing  " Shewing.'      . ''  Mi". Jos. Young of Spokane and  Rossland concluded a deal wilh .H.  ShuUi; and G. White of Ferguson on  Monday,- by which1-' he .'purchased the  Oi,t.-wa 'claim "outright ��������� for ' $30,003.  This 1 Win'wji_-r''*tjil.ed out on May  23th lust, aud Is sii uuted south east of  the Silver Onp \mine.- Assays from  the surface gave most astonishing ie-  suits, going > com 2,o00 oz.to. 4,200 oz.  in silver..'Mr.'Young took the fortunate mospectors ' away .with him to  Rossland to get their money; and will  f-o on to Spokane, where he will form  a iirivule company to work the mine.  He willi-eturn and commence" operations-with all.speed. Mr. Young is  oud of' the most popular and best  known mining operators of Rossland  and S.iokane., He Is a bold and successful speculator,* nnd has if large  following in any enterprise that he  L'kes in li-'id.y. It is regarded -as parti-tiL-iily s.itist.'tctory forf.the unme-  di te-e development of 'the"*Ott.iwa."  nnd the' rapid-progress of this camp  i hub such a gustier as Jos Young has  acqu'ved a vnluable.'inuei'est here.  7  COMAPLIX.  Nanaimo City 1....1  W.   H.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,  Revelstoke  Station.  O.H.Allen  1  desires to publicly thank his  customers for their liberal  patronage during the past  eight- years. He regrets as  much as themselves that the  ���������C brewing capacity at present  is too small to fill their orders  promptly. But as soon as he  can get the roof rain-proof on  his new brew house he can  supply you with quantitv as  well as the usual good quafity.  feo-  Revelstoke  Brewery.  -e"9_3i  Free Cigars..  If you bit It right  A complete line of Tobaccos,   Stationery and Fancy Goods at the  lowest price".  SOFT DRINKS  ��������� AT ���������  CHAS; J/AMAN'SirnSmam  Psveistoke Station,  -   -  -   B. C,  If You Have a  _        MINE TO SELL  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write at once to  JAS. L..FORD & CO..,  Mine Brokers.   Mining Stocks.  901 Riverside Ave..'  Spokane,  Wash.  Niinaimo District.  Comox   Cassiar   Kootenay.  .2.  ...1..  ...1..  ...3..  .1  .1  .1.  .7'  33     ?3,  DIAMOND JUBILEE SOUVENIR  Mining Men are Taking a" Keen Interest in the Project.  The Herald's project of an illus-  1 u oed guide-book to North- Kootenay  is being most enthusiastically rei-eiv-.  i'd among the mining crnips on the  Lir-Oeau. The boys will do everything in their power to render the  tv heme a success, recognizing the fact  chut, it cannot help bub he of imuiense  benefit in . bringing the magnificent  l-esomces of North Koolenay promi-  neiitlv before the outsiele world. They  can i-e:.u assured that the Herald  hi*s made up its miud to spare. neither  l;.l*oi-,v nor expeuse in making the  boo*" worthy of the country. Starting  wkh the notion of a meie speci.il  edition, we have seen on more ni.iinre  consideration, that such a publication  would tiot adequately represent" the  dtsti ict nor attaiu the object, whit h-  we have in .view. Our Diamond Jubilee Souvenir will be the most com-  ple'e and artistic effort ever jint  loi th in Kootenay. We believe in the  iuture of North Kootenay and we  niivn to shew our faith by taking big  risks to bring out a book that will  rea'ly help its development along.  WATCHES, CLOCKS  Repairing Done      : AND   JEWELLERY  A new and complete stock just received.  GUY BARBER, C^R- Inspector.  Little  LOO Is now forming a  Mandolin Orchestra  i  Any person "wishing to join apply at once���������.  Peterson's Hall, Revelstoke.  Prosp'ec-'rj~ahd'D-ve.op-'i-nt Work on  .;<;,���������';--���������-    Eoyd Cttsek. _-  CoWat-ux, Ju.ie' 12.���������J. I>.'" Sibbrld  ������>rived on.Wednesday pnd.le-.thei-j  this morning for the Glengarry group  on Fish cieei'. r. It is the intention ol  lhe owners to errr-eud'a lnrpe sum im-  mediai-ely in developing this group.  Joe. Eelwuy, and .'party started for  Boyd.creek t- iL.y und' will commence  work on the trail on Monday.  "' Hl'B/Cossnr ha~r"airned from Calgary with puck horses for Cory Menhenick and. milch cows for Magee &  Green, '-��������� ' '        ' * '   -  Messrs'.' Eullard, Summer & Ritchie  re tinned Friday evening alter a three  weeks-nrosfjeei-'ng trip in (the vicinity  of Boyd.Crei'k<'''They are well ple.ised  with the'resultfof their outing.-,-  ', Mr. R." --W. - Wi'sou-*.*"*^ ,been here  ���������.coller.:iti'g'mateiiiil foe the "Herald's  ���������Diamond Jubilee Souvenir,'.' a.':bopU-to  i"'dv������\.'l_,i������*l_e"'inimug anct'o'.her le-ourj  cr*s of ihe "North KooLeiiiiy- dis..riciV  He -will - return accompanied \ by 'a  fihoi,i>������iJ.pjier���������in the, fours*e--of -a few,  d.-vs.'      " ,'     ,  '.     ."..,.;,','-.-    .'.i-iv?^  Mr. P^u Shay gave 11 house Wiirrn.qg  i'W the eveiiin.pr of the .~-h. Th?re w.is  a li*r^e.(Hti,eiidant"e. Tne ladies iroin  Thomson's Landing helped to swell the  i-*>uks 01 the f..irses. .Dancin." con-  winied till the small hours. , Mr. Shay  proved himself ii model host.  The Hotel Lardeuii that was. removed to Corii'u;>lix about a month- ago is  now in i'imi)'ng_ order for the reception  of visitors. It is comfortable in every  way. keens a good table and is moderate itvics piiies. For aSatnrdsiy to  Momii-y e.':'cursion n-om Revelstol.e or  ne'���������hbo'������'liood it is the best -and plft.s.  antest place to go to. The fa>*e by, i^he  s.H^Lyfdei.u beiween A.rov/be.'d and  CcHiiiiplixliiis liren"reduceelto-C3 ee'nlsr  NOTES FROM ROBSON.  Mining' and Business Locals���������The Cay-  .*  use, Group  Changing  Hands���������Sholto  -. Bonded for $100,000.  -.From Our Own-Correspondent.  Hobson, June 7���������Robson shows up  quite lively now, Hnd it. is no uncommon sight to see three' steamers aud  two trains at one time at the docks and  on the wharves.  Mr. Thos. Bradshaw and Mr. Chas.  Morris (formerly of Lacombe, Alta..)  have made'some rich finds a few miles  from Kobsoh, in gold, silver and copper, and also a huge lime rock deposit,  and the Trail smelter people are after  litem for the lime which js saiil to be  of a very fihe'quality. ' .   ,  It is said that the celebrated "Cayuse  f-ri onp" is changing hands at a largo  figure and is to oe worked by an English outfit of large' means. If this is  t'ue Robson will be quite a.towu for  the "Cayuse" is not l'������|,V lioin the towu-  ������ite. '  The Shollo mines are bonded to an  Kn;;lisU syndicate and are to be work-  e*o for all they are worth in the neat  luliire.. The'amount is $100,000.  A number of-good finds have been  mi*eie on'Pass Creek nnd tli'.*ve. is no  dot ilit but that this creek will five an  ae-count of itself befoi e long.  Beer & Co. have put an addition on  their store and nr'e' doing a' nice business. -    '     ���������   -  L. Levecqoe has his' house full of  tourists who have come here to fish at,  lhe month of'the Kootenay. The Billing is fairly good and will improve as  the water subsides.  FIVE MEN KILLED.  Crushed to Death in the Big Mud  Tunnel.  Yesterday afternoon the appalling  rumour was brought to town that the  Big Mud Tunnel, just this side of  Laurie had fallen in and crushed some  railway men working in it 'to death.  The report proved to be only too true  and the details as far as can be gathered an* as follows: The five men belonged to Alex. McGregor's bridge  gang and werp put on to fix the tim-'  hers in'the mouth of the tunnel which  is connected by a snow.,'shed with another, known as 'the '^Hock ��������� Tunnel..  Exactly what happened cannot *of  course be known, but a small earth  slide seems to have fallen on to the  mud tunnel, where it was \veakened  by the disturbance of the timbers by  the party. The tunnel collapsed,  burying the five men in its ruins. As  soon as the news was brought a large  fore;e was set to work by Sirpt.Duches-  nay at the scene of the accident; Up  to midnight last night two bodies,  which were stated to be those of Cummings and Johnson, were.discovered.  Two more were found by 10 a,m. this  morning, and five coflins.were sent up  to the tunneL Dr. McLean went up  to hold an iucntest this morning. The  bodies of the dead men will be brought  in on today's No. 1.  FERGUSON.  RIVAL- FACTIOUS  WILL PREVENT A ROAD BEING  bUiLt TO PENTICTON.  Work on tht Silver Cup.���������Clearing; Victoria Avc-^Changes   in   Hotel   Pra-  ', prietors.���������Real Estate Men Plentiful.  From Our Own Correspondent.  Ferguson, June 14.���������W.Hoar started on Saturday with three men'to  drive a tunnel on the Big Five- group.  W. Holmes is freighting in lumber  for his-_ne\v hotel from Thompson's  Landing at a rent a pound. The Hotel  Lardeau is 30xoo, two and a half stories  high and will be one of the best hotels  in the Lurde<iii.      ,        -..'':'  R: S. Robertson, foreman of the Sunshine,, told yo^r .correspondent that  Ihey have commenced crejascutbipg.  A party is also busy putting up ~ buildings',for the accommodation *.of -.the  men'." Sis teen men ar<"fnow employed  on this mine, aiid *there,'are,'2"!.m'en  Workington., .the. SiLveiu-CupovJheve  th.ey are,also putting up .winter' quarters. 1 ���������' " -    .-���������!���������''"' '  .' George McDonald, of Chatham, Ont.  former ownc?r'-.of' the Grand .Central  hotel, Winnipeg, has' b tight out Fred  Sparling's intert'st in the Balmoral  ���������hotel here. Mr. S'parlirtg is going into  the real estate business here,  ���������F. R. Wrong is opening up a" real  estate office here.  A thousand dollars has been appropriated by the townsite owners for  clearing "Victpria Ave. and men were  started to work on Monday under P.  Walker's superintendence.   '  - H. B. Crockett has given an 'option  for one week at a handsome figure to  Mr. Black, a well known Sandon capitalist. - Mr. Crockett is going 'to start  work on his claim, the Jeanette.  ^T. L. Haig, the Revelstoke real ,es-  tateTageht.' was'iif towniast" we'ekt^-Il  is rmuored that he intends to. open u\>  an office here for the sale of Trout  Lake City lots.  -The Horne-Payne Co. are clearing  the site for their" concentrator at the  west end of the town on Alpha creek.  Mr. G. T. Lundy started up to work  oq the Highland Group today.  Reduction oi Duty on Anthracite Cojd���������  Hawaii about to be Annexed to the  United' States���������Laurier at Glasgow���������  The 'Canadian Troops in London ���������  Suicide of Barney Barnato, tile African  Millionaire.  .(Special to the Herald.)'   .     *:  ��������� Ott.vvva, June 10.���������An attempt was  made lii'st,night to bring the Columbia  &;"WesU*rn   Railway   men   and   Dri.-  Milneta party together to see if some"  thiu'g    could .be   done   to   allow   of- -  legislation this session,' so as to build -  the road from Robson to Penticton.  It  is-doubtful, if- anything   can   be  done.     The    Columbia ���������&   Wes'teru-  Railway bill was talked out at yestei"-  day's railway committee. Messrs. Max-"  well and Mclnnes strongly opposed it,  while jMessrs. M orrison - and - Bostock  favored-the. building  of   the    road,   -  holding that the personality ��������� of _ Mr. -  Heinze had nothing to do ~ with 'the  ,-  matter.   Mr. Blair  favored the   Columbia and Western interest, although  stating that the government' was "not"    -  committed to it.V. If the deal cannot. '  be arranged between -' the -two. rival  **  factions, there wi&..be_no legislation,,.  this session-and therefore no Dominion,'"  8ubsidy'can-.'-be granted.-  Much feel-'*  ing exists between the two parties..'   ���������' '  'Mr..Fielding announced in the house* -  tonight a reduction of.' duty on An- -  thracite coal from 60 cents per long  ton to 54 cents, with the proviso that.:  as soon as the United States reduced  its djity to- 40 cents 'per  ton, Canada -,  will do the same. '   ;  Washington, D.C.; June 16���������rHatch'.  Assistant-Secretary of State is prepar- ;.-  ing.ji drafts annexation;_ treaty with V  Hawaii. *, Two suggestions are mode.*, 1  One; calls' Hawaii .the  territory   of'_  -Hawaii, U. S., and another names-it a '  county  of' California.      The ��������� United  States assumes the-debts of the gov-  ernm-ent.^"-1 *���������----    v  -   ''-'- "-" -'- *-  Glasgow. 'June' 15.���������The   visiting  premiers were-tendered a banquet last  night byjthe .city, of-Glasgow. ���������   Mr.*'  Laurier   replied' to  the  toast   " Our  Colonial Empire."   .  London,   June  15.���������The  Canadian *  troops "arrived here at- midnight.    Tbe   "  inspecting  officer  complimented  the-  contingent on its smart appearance. ','  Large crowds witnessed their arrival  and loudly cheered them.  Confirmatory, telegrams have been  receive*! of the death.of Barney Barnato. He twice attempted to commit  suicide, previously. Mental troubles  were tlie cause of the deed.    _ '   ~  CRUSHED TO DEATH.  Fa'il Accident to Capt.' Reid at Arrow-  I''  -I  ������ i  1 j  1  I  ti  '-I  Private Lessons given-  Mandolin.  Pianoforte.  Dancing :  Ballroom and Step.  lGjalm Terms moderate.  "��������������������������� '-Lost-   '"  At the C. P. R. Station. ���������> gold pin with a  Ssndant set with twelve garnets attached.   If  nder will bring same to this office be will be  suitably rewarded, 17jn~t  - What promises to' be a very* successful "At Home" will be given by the  Ladies of the Church of England in  Peterson's Hall, on Wednesday evening June 21rd. at 8 o'clock. ,.The hall  will present the appearance of a. large  furnished drawing-room, where the  audience may amuse themselves for  awhile by means of various games.  At intervals an interesting programme  of vocal and instrumental selections  will he rendered, and as a new departure the "Vanishing Lady" will mystify those present. Refreshments, will  be served later on. and then a dance will  be indulged in. The proceeds of the  evening's entertainment will be devoted to clearing off the.debt on the  church building.  Mr. Morris, of H. N. Coursier's store,  went down to the Lardeau this nfter-  roci. and will return in a few ebiys. -_  C. B. Hume returned on Saturday  night'from a trip into the Lardean.  He visited the firm's stores at Trout  Lake City and Ferguson.  Mr. VV. B. Pool returned to town  yesterday. He located a very promising lookiug ledge of galena and grey  copper on Pool Creek during his absence.  Reports from the Great Western  continue to be very satisfactory.  Work on the tunnel is rapidly pro-,  grossing, with increasingly good results all the time.  Mr. Chas. Taylor is still busy getting  his machinery across the river. The  scow is now hauled up to the Big  Eddy about 14 miles aliove the place  whei e h'10 was built.  Mr. W. A. Viekers has got over $C"0  subscvibc'd for the* Diamond Jubilee  Celebration. There will be a meeting  tonight at 8 o'clock in the fire hall to  discuss the arrangements for the celebration.  The officers and teachers of tbe  Methodist Sunday Se-hnol were elect-d  last Saturday. The following are tlr*  names: Superintendent, Chas. Lind-  mark: Assist.-Supt., R. S. Wilson;  Secretary, J. Savage; G. Northey, Librarian; Miss Annie Hopgood, Treasurer; Rev. J. A. Wood, Bible class  teacher; Mr. A. N. Smith, Class No. 1;  Mrs. Ed. Adair, No. 2; Mrs. Payne.  No. 3; L. McTaggart, No. 4; Mrs. T.  Downs, No. 5.  Mr. C. N. Davidson, the purchaser  of the Orphan Boy, Mayor Templeton,  of Vancouver, who owns the balance  of the Haskins block of shares, and  Mr. H. A. Brown, secretary of the  "efunct company, returned last night  from a visit of inspection to this, much  aelvertised property. The two Vancouver gentlemen left on the delayed  No. 1 for home today. They were reticent as to their intentions with  rega "d to the mine, though expressing  their satisfaction with the appearance  of everything up there.  head, Yesterday.  Capt. J. Reid of the C. P. R. steamer  Illecillewaet, was killed yesterday  afternoon about one o'clock, at Arrowhead. He was crossing the spur track  lrom the main line to the wharf, and  stepped behind the last car of a train,  which was standing on the elock taking freight from the s. s. Kootenay.  Alter crossing the track Capt. Reid  tried to pass along in between the car  and the steamer, which left only an  exceedingly narrow space at that  point. The mate of the Kootenay  shouted to him to warn him of his  danger and just as he did so the train  moved, twisting -' the captain three  times round along the fender of the  boat and causing injuries which must  have resulted in almost instant death.  He gave one scream. As the space  between the boat, and car widened out  he fell to the ground, and breathed his  last. The body was taken up and carried to the station. Dr. McLean went  d.-.wn at ouce to hold the inquest.  1 'e������.;eased was aged 47 years.  ,_  I  ABSTRACT OF   RECORDS.  For   the Revelstoke   Mining:   Division,  Month of May, 1897.  LOCATIONS.  June 8���������Standard on Smith Creek,.  John Sweeney.  June 0���������British Empire, J. M. Kellie;  Old England, John Abrahamson; Old  Ireland, Chas. Abrahamson; Old Scotland, W. Abrahamson. all about 4  miles up Soda Creek. Big Bend.  June 10���������Northern Bell, west fork of  5 Mile Creek. Kevstone Mountain, J.  J. Tuttle and W. Hanson.  June 11���������Diisev, Smith Creek, F.  Vandull.  Jim- 14���������Silver Tip. Jordan Creek.  W.   Haley;   Great    Eastern,   Jordan  Creek,, J.  W. White:   Equal   Show,  Jordan Creek, A. W. Mcintosh.  transfers.  June 7-J. W. Haskins to C. S.  Douglas, chairman of the syndicate,  his " interest in the Big Bend mineral  claims of the Big Bend syndicate.  Revelstoke Markets^  Relai1���������Oats. S28 per ton; butter,!** _,  df-ry 23e\, creamery. 23c.; potatoes 82S  ���������jei" ton;- b.'.y, limo���������hy and clover, ,  ij:!" per ton; wild hay, S15; beef, by the  carcase. 8c; pork, by the carcase, I3c.;  nuuton, 15c.; eggs, fresh, 15c, to 20c  per doz..  i Agents :  Victoria Powder Oo.  Agento :  RAM LAL'S TE&  Wholesale and Hetail General fVLerchants.  JiEW D^Y GOODS . . .  Now Opening, Consisting of Dress Goods, Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, Cottons, Cretonnes, Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets in Latest  Designs.  j_ota in stoci**: ...  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE, one Car of  TINWARE and' STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners  and Builders.  Our Supply or Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Right.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are the Best That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compete With Any.  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Mail  orders promptly attended, to. Give us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: "Vo invite correspondence on any subject ot interest to tho general  public, and desiro a reliable regular correspondent in every locality surrounding  KOTolBtoke. In all cttBes the bona ildo nainu  u.'tho writer must accompany manuscript, but  l.ot necessarily for publication.  AddreBS all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  A TRAIN  DYNAMITED  CUBAN INSURGENTS  BLOW UP  A   TRAIN  Causing Death Among the Passengers  and Soldiers���������The Survivors Fired  On���������Filty-Two Injured  Havana, June 10.���������The passenger  train which left Havana for j_ilat.inz.-is  at 0:25 a. m,, wiis blown up by dynamite this morning about 12 miles from  tlie city hy a party of insurgents. According to oilicial accounts tho. object  was plunder, as about JJG.OUO was in the  express car. Two engineers, fireman,  conductor, and several soldiers were  killed aud three passengers severely  injured.  Fifty-two suffered more of less  serious injuries.  Simultaneously with the explosion  the insurgents opened fire on the train,  seriously wounding the captain.  MOORE ON LIVE STOCK  -MASONIC GRAND LODGE  <    Winnipeg, June 10.���������The Masonic  J Grand Lodge ot Manitoba opened last  night in its' 22nrl annual'communication.     A   largo   tuitl    representative  gathering is present.  1. All correspond enco must bo legibly  written on onesido of tho paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with tho proper name -  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with rcforonco to any  thing that lias appeared In another pater  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The Hkkald.  RAILWAY EMPLOYEES  WEDNESDAY.      JUNE   10,      1S07.  NOT IN VAIN  Did Almighty Voice Live, Murder and  Die if His Lesson Is Heeded  Ono cannot help admiring the way  in which Almighty Voice when driven  to bay, defied his pursuers, however  much we may deplore. the* deaths of  the poor fellows who were the victims  of his death struggle. There; was real  grit in the redskin: and the manner in  which he so long held that little bluff  against the large force sent to destroy  him will make him a hero in the war  songs ot his tribe. Perhaps it wits no  wonder he jeered scornfully tit the  army that was for hours ineffectually  firing ball, shrapnel and canister at  him. The elaborate efforts ultimately  made to capture him certainly do appear ludicrous when compared with  their effects. The bluff was shelled  from a seven-pounder all Saturday  evening. On Sunday morning it was  shelled from a nine-pounder, conimen-  ittgatO o'clock anel continuing until  10 a.m., anil it was not until '2iV3 on  Sunday afternoon that 'i charge was  made and as a result of the charge,  Almighty Voice brought out of the  bluff tlead: but whether he died from  the effect of the .shelling or from rifle  shots fired during the charge dons not  seem epiite clear. It then transpired  that he and the young buck with him  bad only one good rifle and it pistol,  bad been without provisions for several davs, subsisting in the moan while  on the bark of trees unci two crows.  What are we to think when, under  such unfavourable circumstances, one  determined Indian and a young lad  could hold such ii force at. bay for so  long a period ? Whether we; attribute  it to the prowess of the Indian or to  the mismanagement of the capturing  expedition, the fitct is not pleasant to  contemplate. The suggestion nt once  arises: If one; Indian under such disadvantageous circumstances could hold  Mich a force at buy for so long, what  could a band of Indians on the warpath do ; when they would bo well  armed iind supplied? And one cannot  help wondering what will he the* moral  effect on the Indian population of the  spectacle of this one brave so long defying and so long successfully defying  '���������)'.i men and two field guns. There* is  no doubt that the effect will be most  mischievous.  The police force: should be strengthened rather than reduced; the Indian  commissioner should be: sent back to  the Indian territory. The militia in  Manitoba should be put in a state of  thorough efficiency; and the militia,  system should be extended to the;  Territories without delay. Canada  cannot afford to.run any risks. If Almighty Voice has taught us that lesson,  he will not have lived, murdered and  died in vain.���������Nor'-Wester.  The House of Commons Committee  on Bills for the Safety of Railways  Employees reported the same favourably to tho House today. An auto  malic device for air brakes will not he  obligatory till'after two years from  the time it appears to the Railway  Committee of the Privy Council that  an effective device exists. Uniform  height of cars cannot bo carried into  effect. Outside end ladders are made  obligatoiy. The arch iron rail asked  for by the men was dropped. The  compensation clause was amended so  that (59 per. cent of wages must be  paid for one year in case of injury.  Three years salary must be paid for  total disablement and four years  snlacvu-not-exceecling ~4.~00 for deatb.  Air brakes and couplers- are made  compulsory anel conductors and  engineers will be required to serve  three years before receiving t-tich  appointments.  The General Freight Agent of the  Northern Pacific Shows Where  the Farmers Lose in Live Stock  New Brighton (Minn.) Hoporter  General Freight Agent Moore, of the  Northern Pacific, who lias been making  a study of the agricultural conditions  of Minnesota has come to the conclusion that the farmers ot Minnesota are  making a great mistake in not raising  more t'eeaior live stock. On account  of the scarcity of feed he says young  cattle are constantly shipped out of tho  state to be fed elsewhere, which results  in ;i great loss to the farmers. In the  past fifteen years the total acreage under cultivation in Minnesota increased  50 per cent, but the larger part of this  increase was devoted to oats and corn.  In view of tho fact that the population  doubled iu that time the increase is not  what it should have been, but it is  gratifying to see that oats and corn  made such gains. But now that wheat  is higher again there is an increased  acreage of that cereal this year, and a  disposition to still further neglect the  fattening of stock for tho market. . In  the past CO days the Northern Pacific  has hauled 15,(*~3 head of young cattle  out of thu state. The average price  was $15���������a total to the farmers of  $2'-_~,0i_.~���������whereas, if they had fattened  those lo.CCO head for the market thoy  would have received S750,CCO.  As showing the difference in the  price of stock where there is feed .-met  where there is none, Mr. Moore quotes  a stock buyer from Southern Minnesota, who says that he buys his cattle  in the northern counties' because he  can get them $10 a head cheaper, because the farmers up there don't raise  feed. Some of the farmers have already seen their mistake, and one Red  River farmer is putting 000 acres into  corn this year.  John Lyons a well known Ottawa,  contractor is dead.  The- Ottawa Citizen claims I he recent  importations of Gahciniis are shiftless  and will not take work when they can  get it.  Casey's bicyle bill, wliich has caused  such a storm of discussion and opposition in the House, ha-s been put  through the- committee stage and given  its final reading."  Jas. Morri*-'h, an expert mining engineer from, London. Eng., has gone  to Rossland to examine properties for  a company, of which Sir Charles Tupper is president.  All persons having business with the  Dominion land commissioner's oflice  should atidn**.s their communications  to Ottawa alter the 15th inst., as the  Winnipeg oflice nf tlie commissioner  is being moved to the) capital.  A bill has been introduced by the  Solicitor-General to raise the controllers of customs and mi inland ro  venue to cabinet rank, which means  an increase ot S2,CfK) e*aeh on their  salaries. Mr. Oliver says no abolition  of any of the existing cabinet positions  i.s in prospect.  Toronto Globe: We* habitually for  get that some of tbe; bands of the west  are still savages in every se-nse* of the  word. They are somewhat awed by  the white man unci his resources, .-ind  rn.a'le especially tractable by tho  periodical receipt of butcher's meat.  But c.vcry once in a. while the spirit of  his a ncestors proves too strong for  soine.lire-cyed brave, and he takes the  trail, rifle in hand, and woe lo him  that, stops him.  Joseph Tiiillfer, of the Qu'j\ppelle  valley, near Gotham, dice! after a long  illness in St. Boniface: hospital, anel  was buried at tlie Roman Catholic  cemetery at Crooked lake on T'liurs  day last. At one time Mr. Taillfor  was a prominent public character, lie  was a barrister in Winnipeg anel hael  a seat in the provincial parliament.  He was an officer in the Canadian contingent of the papal army during the  Garibaldi war. and received many  privileges and honours from the; Pope  and other personages. There was a  large crowd ot the funeral.  Mr. Davis, M. P., in moving in the  House for action to compel the more  regular delivery of the mail at Prince  Albert paid a left-handed compliment  to the agricultural .cleanliness of his  district bv saying that the rank growth  of weeds often prevented the C. P. H.  _^r").ins-fro*ij���������runniii*-'.--.  -    Flossie Brush, 0 ye irs old, is hovering between life- and death from the  effects of a blow by a schoolmate, Ross  Haverill. The plow was struck in a  schoolroom nt San Francisco. 'Haverill  teased the little girl and took her pencil away. When she tried to recover  it he hit her with his fist in the side  just below the lower ribs. Internal  rheumatism set in.  It is said that Cha*. Hyman of ��������� London. Herbert Holt of Montreal, and  others, are interested with liein/.e anil  his associates of the Columbia and  Western, who are after a -subsidy to  iiuilei a railway from Kobvurc w-_-l tr.  Pentioton. Rumour has it they ask  SH'.CrjO, while; the Government olTeri  ."0,000. and that SS.C-'J may bo the  i-Ornproini.-te figure reached.  The Prince Albert Advocate* ������;iy_������ :  "Gold i.s again lemming up. A man  just returned from the north has  brought sample's of like-ly looking rock  from the she.re.-i of a lake, and reports  a solid mit>s of rock in that district,  with every indication of containing  precious metal-. The -ample- aro io  genuine looking that :i prospecting  party are now organizing to explore  the country. They may fctart out this  week."  A London despatch says: "The Allan  line people say publicly that somebody  has been fooled about t.hi-i new Canadian steamship service contract and  predict the; certain failure of the project at some point or other. They declare that the total subsidy acc'-pteei  by Petersen to Tf.te i.s only two-thirds  of the absolutely necessary minimum  which such a line is guaranteed, anrl  under such conditions must hav. The  Times takes the same view and regarels  Huddarl. ns having received specially  ungrateful treatment."  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and. E otail  Druggist^ Calgary  Mail Orders* Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  Wholesale dealeis iu  , ..inos,.  Agents for K. '"VV. Xarn Co.'s Pianos, and the. Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital'   -   $1,963,600  Reserve 1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland, President ���������  T.R.Memtt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jtiffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branalies  North West and British Columbia  Brandon      Portage la V-uiconvei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex -       Niagara Palls   ISt. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne .Toronto,  .  Gait Rat Portage       Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. MarielWoodstock  St, Catharines |  Agents   m    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 branches.   Agentsjn__the_JJnited._.S_ta_tes���������Now  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Departs lent���������Deposits  of "1 and upwards received aud  interest allowed. ������  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and 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.  lyianaeror* Revelstoke Branch.  rierchaht's Hotel  MecUiewaet, B. C.  t_)(_  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.  . J: LappanvProprietor.  THE MOLSONS'BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capita!     -     $2,000,0 00  Rest Fund   -     -    -     1,400,0 00  Head Ofriee���������Montpoail  BOARD OP DIRECTORS  W ..Molson Macphcraon. President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archba-'d  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H. Mnrk'lanel Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manage*."  A. D. Dtirnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individunls,fivms.  bankers _ and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits afc  current rates.  English anil American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockvillc, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaforel, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont,  Kielgctown, Ont.  ���������Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Out.  Toronto, Ont.  TorontoJuric'n,On<:  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Onb  Winnipeg, Man-  Morri sbu rg, Ont,  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C  McGregor, Mg-i-  ~VI-J~JI"*KG BRANCH  T. 8. Phepoe, Manager  The 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 and Cigars.  ��������� -   BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  When at  j5  The gateway to the great  East^ootenay  gold fields   assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  lleadejuarters for commercial and  mining men,   Free sample rooms.  - Fort Rteelo Stn^o leaves Kootenay  Houso    every  Tuesday.  Strictly First Class S.ADLER, Propr.  From Brantford,  the Home of Good Manufacturers.     .  ~~8  TJ_E OftLY OMJIDLM BICYCLE 3  That received an award at the World's Columbian Z������  Exposition for points of general excellence was the ~3  Brantford Red Bird, the strongest, speediest and -^3  ���������      most beautiful bicycle sold in the Dominion today. 31  The wisdom of this award is verified by the fact 2  that four out of live of the Class B championships for z&  '95, and  four out of five of tho professional chain- 3  pionships for '00 were won on a Red Bird.   Notwith- 3  standing what tho riders of other wheels may do, ~3  the fact remains that when anything worth winning ^S  is won, the ,_ti'ick is generally done on the fast and ^  beautiful Red Bird. |i ~S  Branches:   Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg j^  and Sydney, Australia.   , 35  TJ-IE GOOLD BICYCLE CO,, Ltd,, Brantfopd. 3  fc flume Famous Wheels arc sold by the Coivan-Holten-Boivns Co. ^������  uee: 8t ryiqlHsoh  Buil-dsrs and Dealers in   ....  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buekboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  ���������Heavy Cartage "Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand.  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build' you a ���������xig to order  they can't be beat.   "  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. pleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught m*ujami\iaaHimx!MWMjnM.wixirrrr1  Lardeau Townsite  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 Prince 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 rom.3 to IS claims  PLA W  ���������ir OAfl.r'oi* -  TP.O'JT   LAKE MIMING  D)V'..   ./CrtJji 4-M'tet * t tJicsv  fy-'  ft? I     GLf.fi!G% i'w _>     Gr.Ci.ry  * c   J3i.ictiot.'.i.v  ,  "J    t.'OJW   .  * ���������.-    8/XA.VT *      "  - & 'Gr.������\rr*'ciirp������**f <���������  * 6    Poet. *  * 7      d/lA* Sttor" n  ���������' 6   tici.CN.i  " 10    HfJCt.*  - tz. ~\twrs Gi/Ati���������   _. .  * /J   C*l������ ������'������*#*.������  '   fit   \>/AC.V������4  - est ago or  ** /������ *Gi.At*K   f.'iltt'S  - /&' Sti.V������/i Sr.tX.  ���������   - ts silvan C<sPi  * ���������/   C.O/*������>  A/JVC  " -t? /},-.<(.**.'So# _, "  - "*-"* /?rt vie'/      G/iout*  "   -**    /7JJ   C/-���������<?_*���������-  "    ~7    OLA������/<   CACt-C  -*.-_-������-���������>-*<      -*-_/  I  Ferguson Working Mines  j Broadview Badshot  Old Sonoma Black Prince  Gt eat Northern        Silver Queen  Hillside True. Fissure  Sunshine     . Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to G miles  Ferguson is the Terminus  of   the    projected   Lardeau   Railway���������to   be ' built  this   summer!  At the present ground door price the best real estate investment on  _  .   .   the nuu'l-efc is-FERGUSON lots.  C. E. SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  Corner Lot at $160 ca.or b$e40 r���������d  Inside Lot at,$110 ca������rAoB������S������d  RAILWAY. PARTICULARS  FROM   LETHBRIDGE   THROUGH  MACLEOD TO NELSON  Blair Gives the House Pointers on the  Crows Nest���������Supplementaries���������Bills  \ of' Regina Fair to be Paid at Last-  Presbyterians Assemble���������Dr. Moore  Ottawa, June 11.���������Last nighl lion.  Mr. Blair. Minister of Railways, gave  notice of his resolution regarding ihe  Crows Nest Railway. In the first  place it provides that the road shall  be > built from Lethbridge through  Macleod   to  Nelson   for a subsidy ol  -S11,P>i>~-".a- milc.-or. - not to exceed  8U,OC~,0~0 in all when tlie road reaches  Kootenay Lake. Local rates iind tolls  on  the railwav and other roads con-  -necteel therewith and now or hereafter  leased bv the company south of its  main line in British Columbia shall he  first unproved by the Governor-in-  Councii, aud be at any time subject  to revision. " Reductions ou freight  rates shall be made on westbound  freights from east of Fort William to  points west of JFcit William. The  bill is a lenglhv one containing several  clauses dealing with running powers,  cdiiI lands, etc. " *.  THE SUPI'LKMEXT.VltlKK  Supplementary estimates for the  current year amount to over a million,  which makes the estimated outlay "1  the year 8I2.7,j"),IXI1: SI3.537 will he  used to pay Regina Fair debts.  ASSEMBLY OPEN'S  WiNSU'Eu,  June   IL���������The General  Assembly of the Presbyterian Church  ���������of Canada opened here last evening.  Rev. Dr. Moore of Ottawa was elected  Moderator.  A GRAND  PAGEANT  The   Jubilee     Procession     in   London  Will be Something Worth Seeing  London, June 11.���������The Times this  morning gives tbe official programme  of the piocession for June 22. An iui-  *' posing array of regulars with bands  mid seven batteries of artillery will  form tbe vanguard. Then the Royal  aides de ciinip.fieldmar.shalls and their  equertcs, foreign attaches and deputations, the'Queen's Prussian dragoons,  the Lord Al-yor, .'10 English iind foreign princes, , the Indian escort and  Lord Wolseley immediately proceeding the Queen, who will have the Duke  of "Cambridge" on her right band and  the Prince of Wales iind the Duke ol  Connaught on the left.  In the separate: colonial procession  the Canadian troops arc to be' followed immediately by Premier Laurier  who will ho tbe first after the advance  guard of tho Royal Horse Guards.  A brother of the late Mr. A. Voice is  /showing some temper in consequence  of recent events, and Ihe force* ol jV  W M. P. at Duck Lake* has been  strengthened by the dispatch of Sergt.  /Smith and live constables from Kegina.  MR.   LAURIER   IN   ENGLAND  An Elaborate"Progranime .'Arranged for  His Reception���������A Round of Magnificent, Festivities ��������� Sir Charles  Tupper to Leave for the Old Country  Ottawa, June S.���������The leaders on  both sides of the Commons think now  that the larilV may be passed in the  course of the nest two sittings of the  Ilouse. A great part of the schedule  was passed today, including a large  shni-i; of contentious matter..  There was it pica from the We "tern  members for a reduction of the duty  levicJ on wire nails.  On the iron duties Sir Charles Tupper  made a lengthy speecii to prove that  the-Governuient-had-broUen i'aith-with-  tlie iron and steel manufacturers of  Canada and that our country will be  Hooded with United States iron and  steel, the pioduet of convict labour.  Mr. Fielding made a reply in which  lit* expressed the assurance that the  iron industry of Canada will go right  ahead.  So confident is Sir Charles Tupper  that Parliament will prorogue on lhe  lath lhat he has arranged to leave for  England on that date. It was the intention of Sir Charles to visit the West  before crossing the Atlantic, but cir-  cumsliitices have changed so as to make  it important he shoulel leave for England immediately after the session on  private business.  Mil.  LAURIER IN  ENGLAND  London. June 8.���������The Colonial  office has issued instructions that Hon.  Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of the only  British federation, be given distinct  honours and prominence in all commemoration festivities, and arrangements' are being made for a fitting  welcome to the Canadian Premier.  Sir Donald Smith will meet Mr.  Lnuricrat Liverpool, where the Duke  of Devonshire iind many distinguished  Englishmen will join with the Lord  Mayor of Liverpool (Earl of Derby)  and the Chamber of Commerce in receiving him suitably.    ���������  On Sunday Mr. Laurier will be a  gui'sl-at Crewe Hall, the seat, of Earl  Crewe, where he will meet other Colonial Premiers and probably also Earl  Crewe, a relative of the Duke of Leeds,  whose name is mentioned as Lord  Aberdeen's successor.  On Monday Mr. Laurier is pxpcctoel  to reach Edinburgh anil on Ttu's-tlay  he will be at Glasgow. At each city  a hearty oflicial welcome is being  in-ranged for.  A special train is being engaged to  bring the Canadian Premier from  Scotland to London, where Mr. Chamberlain will escort him to splendid  quarters at the Hotel Cecil as the guest  of the British nation.  The London reception will include  one of splendid magnificence by Mrs.  Alfred Ilarmsworthf-.vife of one'of the  publishers of the Daily Mail) in Berk-  Iny squiiie* for which" Madame Melb.t  ntiel Paderewiki have* been specially  engaged.  Apart from the f.ie.t ot Mr. Laurier  being the only federated Premier hi������  pro-Britii-h tariff propoals awaken the  keenest satisfaction especially as rom-  ing from the French Canadian  Premier,  PROGRESS WITH THE TARIFF  BRITISH     YUKON'    COMPANY'S  BILL PASSED,.  Sir Charles Tupper Banquetted-by His  Followers���������He Says the Government Has Adopted Nearly All the  Planks of the Conservative Platform  Ottawa, June 9���������The British Yukon  Chartered Company bill came up for  its third reading iii the .Senate this  afternoon and an amendment was  added, on the motion of Senator  I.ongheed, to^the effect that the power  granted under the bill should be exer-  .ei5ed_oiily���������with-_the^consent_iOf_the-  limniciptililies affected. The bill was  read a third time.  I-'IIEE LIST  TASSED. .'  The Commons did it land boom business on the tariff resolutions yesterday  and passed the entire free list with a  large portion of the dutiable schedule,  leaving in fact only a few items dealing with textiles, sugar and molasses  iind free corn. The preferential-t.irilf  is yet to he put thiough.  BANQUET   TO TUPPER,  The banquet given to Sir Charles  Tupper tonight by his followers was  the notable party gathering of this  Parliament. Senator Allan presided.  Sir Charles received a magnificent  ovation. He said the Conservatives  were beaten a year ago although they  received 1!),C00 more votes than their  opponents. The prospects- for the  party are very bright. The Liberals  paid the opposition the sinceresl flattery, that of imitation. The national  policy, preferential trade, Atlantic  last line, railway extension to the  Pacific const, deepening the St. Lawrence canal���������all these were parts of  the Conservative policv which the  Government had adopted. In conclusion liL-iicknowledged the loyal support of his followers.-  The Illinois press association will  make an excursion trip over the C.P.K.  this summer.  TIME C/\RD NO. I  To take effect on Wednesday, November 25  1E3.J.   Trainsrun on I'asiflo Standard Time.  GOING WEST  nin.Y  oois-a EAST  S:C0 a m Leave.  . ..K113I0   Arriv  o 3 ~0 p m  Si" n in      "   .  .3<iuth Fork.  *���������  3:1." p m  ) :3G n m      "   .  ..Sproule'a...  .   " '  2:1" P m  Oi'l a in        '   .  .Wtiilo water.  ,*  2:0D p m  10.03 n ni      '    .  . Rear Lake .  4   "  1:13 p m  10:18 am      "   .  ..-McGuiean..  .,  1.3* P in  10:30 am      "   .  ... Bailer's...  e.  1:21 p in  10:33 am      "   .  .. Junction ..  .i  1:12 D m  lO-iel am Arrive.   Sandon....  . Leivel-OO p m  For rates and   information opplv   at  the  Coinpan>'"so~ic*c9.  II. W.BRYAN,  RO BT. IRVING. Snpt. ondrAsst. Treae'.  Traffic Manager, Kaslo  When in Vancouver stop at the  Oriental Hotel  Freo bus at all'trains.  Comfortable   and  first-class   in  every respect.  Rates:   $1.00 and $1.50 a'day.  LANTZ & GIBBONS,  f20-tf Proprietors.  L. JI. FRETZ  "Cohtpaetop and BuilGlep.  Shop oppoBitc'Imperial .Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed         / ")"���������      Terms Cash  Spokane Falls and '.Noptftepn  ���������Nelson and Ft. Sheppard  Red .Mountain R,y8,  Tho only all roil route) without clianKO of  cars botween Spokano, Northport, Kossland  and Nelson; also between Kossland und  Nelson.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  lkavh.    ���������       JfOKTIU-ORT akiuvi:.  For Spoknno��������� From Spokane���������  12M.ip.in lr.'Op.m.  Feir Itodsliind��������� From lto-wland���������  ImO.piii 11: IS a.m.  I- or ~������e'lson��������� From Noison���������  1:30 n. in 12:01 p.m.  CHse connections ut Noison with steamers  for K ������-,lo und ull Kootenay Jjaku points.  TiiHsenKors for ICetlle River and Bonr.dary  Creek connect ut" lurcuu with stuKU daily.  GVJAMM & CO.  The PIONEER STORE,  always keeps in stock  a full line "of  JVVineps' Supplies  FiflHGUSOjV. Ji. C.  Sam Needham  Im-IiLaa Cleaned  lothes ss-g*.  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Rkvelstoke  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your*Suppliss-  HAY, timothy and prairie; OAT8.  CHOK BRAN, SHlmiS "LOUlt!  POTATOE"*. KGQS. BUTTER!  FISH, HAMS, BACON, Elo,.  jFR0Mp.LY BROTHERS  Reco Street SANSON  Assayers,  Miqirig arid  Milling Engineers  Office aud Metallurgical Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,   ,-  spok;hj_e - - WHSHINOTOJSI  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, nesay.... $1 00 Limo, analysis.. S 3 00  Golel-and-silver,-1 Silicarunaiysis:���������2 DO  assay    1 SO   Coul partial, an.    5 00  Gold, silver and    -       Tin, at"3tiy      5 UO  lcail, i-ssay    2 o0   Nickel, aasuySlO  Gold, silver and to    15 00  copper, nsetiy..   3 00   Cobalt, assay$10  Gold and silver to    13 00  ��������� bullion,assay..   2 00   jVntiniony,aas'y   10 00  Zinc, assay    3 00   Arsenic, assay..     S to  sulphur,nssay... .'It'll 'AIuminum.aBs'y 5 00  Mercury, assay.. 5 00 Platinum,nasay 6 00  " teltinR andrclln- MeltiiiK.rellnlnK  ing bars    2 00     nno. aesuyirjf..-    3 00  Hates Riven on application for working tests  of oro3 on samples of one to fifty pounds.  tt'c havo tho mosc complete eqnipiiiont in  tho North AVest for testing ores and determining the kind of machinery necessary for the  reduction of tho emtio.  Postal rato on ore ono cent per ounce Send  at least three ounces for aiaay.  .Inspections and reports nindo on mining  property.  Mr. F. IC. McNamara of this firm is tho  Inventor of "Tlio MeNnmara" Two Stamp  Mill, whicli has a Kunranlrod cnpnclty of from  live Lo seven tons per day: SS ta 90 per cent of  tlio gold is paved In the battery. Can udd as  many batteries as desired. Kstiiiiatca and  priced on npollcittinn Remember tha*. we  make a ciicclnlty of Real Kstato und "lines.  For   use  in   cases   where  disease   eats ' olf the horn  of the hoof  Also  a Never Failing Remedy  For fungus growth of' ilesh  in any shape whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Failed  A to cure.  Try It and  Savo Your Horso.  _ Here -is a never failing remedy.  For sale by "      j  W. A* ALLEN     *  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Dealer it_[:  '.Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revolstolio Station   -   ���������   B. C  anadicin  Pacific R\J  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  everv Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursday.  Empress of India, Empress of  Japan andEmpress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.  Wnrimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu; Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports.  For full   particulars   apply  to  nearest C P. R. agent, or to  J. T. BRADSHAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  M. MncGREGOU. Travelling  PoMonuor  Amine,   Nelson, H. C.  GEO.  McL.   BROWN,    IJiaoict   PMScngcr  Agent, Vancouver.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH - Rcvclstoko.  Prenchlntf services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  P.m. Class uioctlnK at tho close of the  morning mrvico. babbnth School and Bible  Olass at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer niceting  every Wcdnesrttiy cvoninR ut 7.30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited. Scats freo.   REV. J. A. WOOD. Pa-tor.  f-Ub'RCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Revelstoke.  ^J Hnrvicc3: Daily, evening prayer 5. p.m.  except on Fridays when it la at 7 p. m.  with Eddrosa.il dundaya: Holy Communion  8 n.m.. mornine; prayer 11. evening prayer 7:30.  i-'irat Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.   FRANK jV. FORD  Vicar.  PRESBYTERLVN CHURCH-RcrclBtoke*.  Service every Sunday at 11 a-m. and 7-~������  p.m. Bib'c CUaa at 2:30 p.m.. to which  all are wolcome. Prayer meeting at S p.m.  every Wcdneeday.   REV. P. P. MUIR. Pnsfor.  OOMAN C/VTHOLIC CHURCH ��������� Revcl-  *������������������������ 8tokc. Hoes fourth Sunday in month  nt 10:30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYT/.VIN.  PROFESSIONAL  \a7   B. McKECHNIE.  " ������ ��������� (Jr. li., m. D. c. Jt.)  Phyaician and Surgeon.  Office:  Near tho Union Hotel.  Calls by telephone or telesraph   promptly  attended to.   OHIce hours:   ft30 to 11am-. 1:3"  to I and 7 to 8 p.m.  Reveistokb      -     ���������       Bnmgu Columbia.  C.JVL WOODWORTH  M. A..   LL. B.  Notary, Conveyancer, Ets.  Mines and Real -Estate.  SICCA* Citv     -     ���������     Bkit:bh OotuuBii.  '41  1.  ! ,.  I  (1 LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  COMING EVENTS.  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal I June 10.���������Strawberry  .   _ ... o      j       j Methodist church.  and   General  Items Round  and  festival at  the  About Revelstoke,  * 11. N. Coursier is agent for lhe  lli'iiif/.iiiiiu Piano.  dipt. John Grant is expecteel to arrive early next week.  * Millers'Tents of till kinds and sizes  at C. Ii. Hume i*c Co'*,.  Mr. j\. I*. Boss, of Spokane, registered til the Victoria on Monday.  Itt'ineinher the .Strawberry Festival  at lhe Methodist church tonight.  Chas. Field, of the Semite, returned  on Monday from a week's visit to  Jviiiuloops."  Contractor O'Leary moved his camp  iinel eiiuipineiil let his new i.otiu-acl on  the Slocun railway on Mo "day.  Mr. AV. G. "-"iriH'V left yesterday for  A.'i'iiwhei'd to put his men to work  painting Jlr. Foley's new hotel.  I". Itohin.son's new saw mill was at  Arrowhead em Monday en route to  Ferguson. It will he working next  week.  * Contractors and builders, attention!  Have you inspected C. B. Hume to  Co's. stock of building hardware and  p.t.pt'r ?  Mr. ,Ti>s. Dixon, of Vancouver, cune  in on yesterday's No. 2 and registered  at the*Vie-toria. He went on down to  the Lardeau.  Seven fotir-h ouse teams sUirt-cd on  MonO'ty morning from Thomson's  Landing, loaded with stoves for Ferguson.  Eel. Adair is in charge of a party,  who are clearing Second street from  C. U. llmiie & Co.'s warehouse to Mr.  H. .f. Bourne's residence. ,  The river is getieing pretty near down  to the point at which Cupt. Troop  promised that the Lytton should come  up to tniiko the inn to Big Bend.  Messrs. Ed. Adair and "W. J. Lee  have returned lrom Winnipeg,whither  they accompanied the body, of their  mother-in-law, Mrs. Maclauchlin.  R. McDiai'inid came down .from  Downie Creek on Moiiday.atter stringing the cable for the new ferry. He  saw the first pack "train, the French  Creek Co.'s, sately across before leaving.  The school children will celebrate  the Queen's Diamond .Tnbilce on Fi-i-'  diiy afternoon, June lSlh, with appropriate recitations, readings iind exei-  . cises. All interested in school work  are requested to be present.  Angus Miiedonaltl   came  back   from  the   north  fork  of  the Illecillewaet.  where he finished fixing the trail as  far as the Farm on   Saturday.   The  -.district is full of prospector���������>.  N. Lauder came hack from the Slo-  ��������� can yesterday. While there he struck  ii ledge of pretty gooel looki ng stuff;  which he sold for $~0 t'nd then Headed  hack to take in thu Jubilee festivities  at his home in Ediuontou.  Mr. W. H. Thomson has given an  option on the Thomson-Be.iton property at the Landing. ,")00 acres, to a  London syndicate. Mr. Thomson expects the "new syndicate ,will put up a  smelter and sawmill on the townsite-.'  Through a mutual acquaintance our  m.itii'g'mg editor olfered' Mr. J. XV.  Haskins tlie use of our columns for the  put pose of replying to his alleged, de-  l.rn.ccors. We "olfered to publish' his  production verbatim et litei.itim. The  offer was declined.���������Milling Critic.  The Slocan City correspondent of  tlie Kossland Miner says : A petition  to Pustotlicc Inspector Fletcher to  change the distribution of Slocan  mails from New Ponver to Kevelsloke  is going the rounds. We have daily  connection with Revelstoke now and  -^-it-is to_bo_hQtied_tliat_tli___gostofflce de-  parlnient will see'the necessity of providing a better mail service at once.  Pies. G. J. Atkins of the French  Creek Go. returned from the corn-  iinnv's claim at Big. Bend on Sunday.  The'trail is soft and lots of rain, but  otherwise sill right. 3. Sweeney got  np to the Consolation all right. Mr.  Atkins did not see Prof. "N"a~on, John  Sanderson or any of the Orphan Boy  contingent. There are more prospectors strung out along the trail than  ever before.  Jas. Fisk. of Calgary, has bought  out Pete Arena's interest in the Arrowhead Holel. Mr. Arena is going to  confine his wholeattention to his hotel  at Galena Bay from this out. whither  he will transfer his relebrate'd nieniig-  e*ric*. to which a beautiful young c. .'i-  lioo fnwn was added on Monday. A  prospector cune .ecro-s the little* v ������-.i-  Litri' asleep and after a light with the  mother took it.away, cariying it# two  days in his anus anel feeding it on  liulter and sugai.  Services in the Church of England  next Sunday. Accession Sunday will  lie. as follenvs : Celebration of the  Holv Kucharist at 8 a.m. Service appointed in the Pr-ayc-r Book for the*  Twentieth of June;, being the day on  which Her Majesty commenced her  glorious reign,'followeel by a second  celebration at 11 a.m. Special open  air .service in front of the church at 7  p.m. with a patriotic address by Rev.  F. A. Ford, the vicar, for which the  choir and brass bund are preparing  special music. Seats will he provided  its far ai possible. Everybody is invited to attend.  Mr. J. M. Rooinson, mining broker,  of Rossland and Brandon, was in town  on Si'.tuiil.iy. He is manager of the  Commonwealth Mining nnil Development, Co., which consists chiefly of  Brandon people, and owns the Glenside'.  and Vi-rii groups on thu North Fork  of the Liirdeau, nnd the Brookland  group or. Ciinvon Creek p* the south  e'ltel of Trout Lake. A contract has  been let for 100 foot tunnel on the  Vera group and a gang of men nre employee! building cabins and running a  iii) foot funnel on the Glenside group.  Ano-iit't* gang is also employed cutting  a ro el to the: Bi ookland group, for  whit h the government have made a  grunt of &190. As soon as the roa 1 is  finished development work will he;  iic-.ively i������larli'il on the Brookland  group iinel operations will be' carried  on at all three groups for all they are  worth, this season. Mr. Robinson  went on to Brandon on Sunday morning.  June II).���������Kindergarten Matinee at the  School House, 2 p.m.  Juno 20.���������Accession Sunday. Open air  service, 7 ii.m. in front of the English church.  .Tiinu22.���������Griind   Celebration   of    the  Diamond  Jubilee.    HioOO  in   prizes.  Public holiday.  June 29.���������Church of Kngland social in  Peterson's Hall.  July 1.���������Dominion Day.    Public holi-  day.  July 12.���������Grand  Orange  Celebration  at Itevelstoke.  a  The latest reports of Charlie Dent's  condition are very favorable.  * Carload of Fresh Groceries just arrived at C. B. Hume & Co's. warehouse.  Mr. W. M. Brown of the Columbia  lei t yesterday for the St. ��������� Leon Hot  Springs.  Mr. O. D. Hoar went down on Satin-clay to Lemon Creek to let a contract for a tunnel on the Rough and  Ready claim.  The bridge across Canyon Creek up  the Jordan Pass was completed last  week by Messrs. Reighly and Frisby,  who have now left to develope their  claims up the puss.  Premier Turner went through on  the delayed No. 1. He told a Herald  reporter t hat he hael intended to stay  over in Revelstoke, but could not manage it- this time. He will pay us a  visit in August or September.  The Nelson Miner says that the  steamer Lytton. which has been running on the Robson-Trail route, will  be put on between Revelstoke and  Laporte as soon as the high water has  subsided. ',  The new store being erected just  south of the Revelstoke* post office by  Mi. Jus. Hutchison will be .finished  this week, and he has the stoek ready  to open up as soon as the carpenters are  through.  Mr. J. H. Dawson has been appointed the new customs collector at  Nakusp but will probably not take up  the duties cf his new position before  July 1. Alter that date all returns of  the'Naknsp office will be made to the  collector at Nelson. "  St. Peter's church, Revelstoke, is the  title, by which the English church  here'will be known in 'future. The"  church is not yet dedicated, the bishop  being away in England attending the  Lambeth Council, and as there is still  it debt upon the building it.cannot lie  consecrated. "  Messrs. Reighly and Frisby located  last weekrthree claims the Great Eastern, Silver Tip and Equal Show, alioi'.e,  five miles in an air line from town i n  the range in between the Columbia-  and Jordan Pass. They, have made  arrangements to dispose of the cla'ms  to parties, who intend to work them  this summer. The ledge is iron-capped  an.I carries gold and,silver. -  Mr.-'.f. J. Foley has lilted, the entire  roof off tho old pui-t���������of the -Lakevicw  Hotel and extended the new roof over  the whole building., so that it looks  like one. It is three.stories high wilh  ���������10 spacious rooms, the dining room  being very handsome, and the kitchen  attached very conveniently arranged.  The cellar is lined with stone. The  bar nnd billiard room are very comfortably and elegantly fixed np. Mr.  Foley will soon be running one of the  best "and most modern houses in North  Kootenay.  The Pioneer Store  of  Ferguson, B.tC.  CUMMINS & CO.,  General Herchants.     .  Dealers in   Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods,  Mining Supplies, Etc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Connection.  Our store is only from one to six  miles from the richest mining prospects oil tho continent of America.  By purchasing from us it will save you  many it weary step.  Batho & Co.,  55-  "o~  ���������*~tae~_-MMMM__-J~~  RCVELST  FRAtt  Sag  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  -XT' ~"~>~  Ferguson, B. C.-^TJie centre of  the Larcleau Mines.  Agent for the Blickeiisderfer  Typewriter  r. B. VCbhS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST-OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C..  Be   Slir6 and register at the       ".'.���������,.,',���������  Balmoral Hotel  when you reach FERGUSON.'  w.  B. PEASE  &  REVElaSTOKC STATION  CO.,  Tho table it provided "with the best the market  affords.' '��������� -   "      ��������� . --  CUMMINGS -Sc MCDONALD;  -   Proprietors.       ��������� - -- lejju:.  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing,  PROSPEGTQR'S  EXCHANGE"  Best Meals In the Lardeau.  Stage and Livery In connection.  T. W. GRAHAMe', Proprietor.  HAY���������Timothy by Carload, Ton or Bale.  POTATOES, nicely put tip in 901b Sacks, good  and sound.  FRESH EGGS. BUTTER, always on ice.  FOR  THE  NELSON  MINERAL WATERWORKS CO.  AGENT  JUBILEE MATINEE  Will be given by the children  of the Kindergarten in the  school room on Saturday. June  19, commencing at 2:~0 o'clock.  AeYniission, 25~cts. ChildrSFffllTcts:  Prospectors!  Before hitting the Hills '-���������{���������/  Get your Medicine Chest refitted at  Parcels Delivered -   --���������  - ���������-.*-,,  We -Never. ..Sleep  'ft'-.:  ������9���������*    .p-_*_~_*_  '    ^REVELSTOKE STATION  W3  Now  is  Make a  Your Time  Strike!  to'  Money,  time and   trouble  saved   by-  buying your supplies in sight of the  mines at Itevelstoke prices.       '* I  "Tours tor business, ]  I.  M.  CITRON, _.    }  General Merchant.-'  Thomson's Landing, B. C.  "    Srnvlm  Good Business Building to Rent-  Enquire of " "". F. B."' at this office.  ft'  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that CO days lrom the  date hereof I intend to aoply to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for the Rev.lstoke Di virion of West  Koocensv for pe.'tniHsion to sell liquors at my  hotel at Ferguson, B. C.  Wm. Hoi.mkb.  Ferguson. Mav 15.1897. _May 19 lins w  Lost.  On the 2nd inst.. somewhere between Allen's  brewery ana Br. Jetfs' residene, a gold necklet with "a heart~snaped-pendant-si_!t-vvjt,i:  nearls. Finder please leave at this ollice, or at  Union hotel  TT"  DESIRABLE  RESiDENTIAL LOTS  '-"'"������������������.'������������������*..     ',-.".!     -���������   ', *, -��������� ... . .       r "   ' *-���������-.  FOK BALE���������situate:between/the Methodist Church and the brow of the hill,  ./���������!"'   ���������. near'the oldHo^-m*;--For prices and particulars apply to '      ���������  L. HAIG, Sole ifcgent.  -T.  Watch Lost.  A lady's gold watch and chain lost botween  the Methodist church and R. Howson's ftiri-  ture store. Finder will be suitably rewarded  on leaving at the Hep.ai.d office.  Transfer of License.  Notice is hereby given that SO days after date  X shsll make application to transte-r my license  to 3**1I liquor at the Trout .Lake Hotel, Trout  Lake City, to Mrs. Jowett.  ���������   J. -BocitKlt.  June 1.1897. June 2 Itw  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days after d*������tc  I intend ro apply fur a license to retail liquor  at Ferguson.  P. 'J. O'Louoiir.is".  ���������   Jnno 1. 1897. Juno 2 liwkly  Hotel License.  Notion Is hereby given that.") days after date  I intend to apply for a license to retail lleiuori  on the south   fork   of Lardnau  river, about R  miles abovo Faiguson.  Asa Hk".[_.m_,\n.  June 1st, 1887. Juno 2 liwkly.  Hotel Licence.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days after  dato I intend to nnply for ullccnse tn sell liquor  by retail at the Hotel Revelstoke, Revelstoke  Mtation.  Jnno", 189'  jOItw  H. A. PERLEY.  Notice.  V10T1CE is hereby given that GO days after  *~ date I. J. A DeCow. Intend to apply to the  CMef Commissioner of Lands ar.d works for  Permission to purchase tho following described  ���������and, to wit: Situated on the east side of the  town of Arrowh-'ad about half a mile, and  beginning at tho eastern line of the C. P. Tt.  lands, at a post marked thus.���������J. A D's h. w.  corner, thence 10 chains along tho lake shore  In an easterly direction, thenco 10 chains north,  thence 10 chains west, thence 10 chains south  ui the point of commencement, including one  hiii.tlruel and sixty acres, moro or leas.  J. A. -DoCEW,  Revelstoke. June 7th. 1897. jOwflt  Notice  Notice is horcby given that, sixty lays after  ���������  -     ��������� iiy to the Chi. f e.ommis-  i*orkB for permission to  date, we intend to apply to tho Chi. f t'ommis-  sloner of LnneU and works for permission to  purchauo tho following described land,situated  in thn Rovelstoke division, j<oot������nay disttlct,  at Five Mile creek, about Smiles from Came i  croek, and about 7 milb. from Macintosh's  homest id:  commencing at a post 200 yards on the west  side r.f the: crce.k, on tho Columbia river, and  marked ' I*. K. Peterson and X, II. White's  S.W. comer post," and running north 10  chains, thence cast PA chains, tli duct south to  thn Cnlninbla river, 40 chnina. thence up  the Columbia river to plnco of commencement,  80 chains, containing 320 aore-s moro or less.  P. R. Peterson.  j. h. WinTK.  May 7,1807. 1      l'myOtw  Tenders  Will be received by the undors'gned up to  June 20th, for the moving of a building from  near th*pmclter to Second street. Lowest or  any tender not necessarily accepted. For particulars call or wrkc  L. A. Fret-..  Jll Revelstoke Station  1837.  I897.  3������c*  The Ladies of the Church of England  AT HOME  Wednesday Evening, June 33rd, 1897.  Commencing " t8 o'clock  In Peterson's Hall  Music,     Dancing,    Refreshments,    Etc.  e__r8lngIo Tickets. 81. each.  A. N: SMITH'S  CONFECTIONERY STORE  AND BAKERY       ������  Now open and ready for business.   A'car  load of goods now being unpacked.  Albert Stone,  Proprietor.  STOCKHOLM HOUSE  ~ Refitted, Enlarged, Improved Kveryway.  U Best ~1. a day house In town.  ��������� Cholco Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ���������J The prospector's home.  Front 8treet,  No bus.  REVELSTOKE  Spring-  House Cleaning  Senel for samples of our -Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c. IZJc,'  ]5r up to SOc roll. Mail orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  Revelstoke Hospital  Maternity room in'connection. -  o Vaccine kept on hand.  Drs. McKechnie & Jeffs, Attetidants.  Question ?  What does a tailor do that we  cant't do ?  Nothing. , -. *.  What do we give that even some  tailors can not ?  Much;  Saving of time���������sncl money ; a much  wider choice of c-1 >ths ; the opportunity of HeolnK them made up; your  money hack if you want it.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  nUVEWTOKK STATION,  II. O.  C. B. Maclean  ARCHITECT . . .  AND DESIGNER.  Estimate* f nrnlahod. Plans and specifications made. Am also prepared to do shop  and Job -work on lho shortest notice. 'Satisfaction guaranteed In every caso, Call or  write for terms.  flaln Street, Revelstoke,   - -  - IJ. C.  THE I X L STORE  Is the place to huy your Tohacco,  Cigar'. .Stationary,fruits. Candies,  Patent Medicines. Perfiimeiy Etc.  Agentx for the* White Swan Creamery  1 butter anil Cheese.  We Hell for cash and-give our patrons  the benefit, hy selling our gooels  at the lowest prices.  Small profits, c_uick returns; live and  ' let live is our motto.  -ere^rtflrW;  NOTARY PUBLIC,  ,. REAL. ESTATE AGENT.  Desirable -Residences for Sale or to Lot.  Conveyancing In all Its branches.  Fire Insurance.  A. McGUIRE,  Dealer in all kinds of  Farm Produce,  SALMON ARM, B.C.  W. A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contraatepr .  Plans and Estimates Prepared.'" ���������  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.  MrrCHSLL  &  CO.,  INSURANCE AND  COMMISSION  AGENTS,  , MINING BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  S  HAVING AND  HAMPOINQ  ATHS, Hot  Cold/,  At j. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  or  California Fruit  ���������      '0 ,.--..'  Morgan's Cohfectinery Store.  W. G. BIBNEY,  PAINTER  SIC3--1TS.  Write for Prices..  Teaming and jobbing done promptly.  Houses For Sale.  J. M.  McCALLUM. Manager.  Revelstoke Station.  JAS, HUTCHISON    Heavy Draying and  $fm%r" Transfer WorK  a Specialty.  Teaming of all kinds receives prompt  attention.  The  ' blaze face " horse is the sign  board.,  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.  O.  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Care of Union Hotel, Revelatoko.B.C-  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSniTHINO and  JOBBING,  PLUHB1NQ and PIPE-FITTING,  TINSniTHINQ and SHEET IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty  Robt. Gordon, -  Revelstoke Sta.


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