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 ���������zrzrsstxvi&F'Hd*  EVEL  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  -ISSTJED' T7vV*'IO*E3-A.-'\V_EE*K: ��������� ���������W*E]3D*]SrESID-<^**2rS  .-A.3STID    SA.TTTI^lD^.TrS-  Vol. I.    No. 40.  REVELSTOKE, B.C... SATURDAY,/JUNE B, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  seaggggg3S5geg<-������_  Shopping  by Letter  T  HE first thing wise people think o( SS-  whi"_n ordering goods by mail is tlio $  capacity for business of those thoy write  to. The reputatle-n we enjoy for promptness makes our Mail Order traug forge  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 anil samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ������������. ....Calgary.... ' fti  ' ������, k ffild.  Sole Agent for  -evelstoke  Townsite  MINING  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  (? HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITdR,  -    AND'NOTARY PUBLIC.  O-OFKICK :   Mail building, Revelstoke. B.C.  A  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor, &c. , -   _._--.*.  ���������:  r.-'--U0tBry-public.     "-*    " *'    "' * - f-'  Oflice" upstairs in Smith's block. Pacitlc Ave.  ,  Revelstoke.Station."B.  C.    ..'.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  * Regular meetings are held in the^Odd Fellows' Hall on the socond ai.d fourth" Wi'dne*-  dajnt of  each  month-at 7:30 p.m.   Visiting  brethren cordially Invited.  E. Adair, W.M.       T..J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,   .  Dealer in Wood.  Dravlng ������nrt   'lelii e-y Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notico.  Agent lor Ihe Stand <rd Oil Company.  T.   ABRIEL,  NAKUSP.   B.C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  - For information on m'neral claims on  Cariboo Urock. write at once and get particulars. 28mrtf  ,   J.   R.   HULL   &   CO,  Successors to Hull Bros. 4 Co.,  Butchers arid Wholesale and Retail Dealers  I   Beef, Pork/ Etc.  KAMLOOP8  and  REVELSTOKE.'  ' All orders In our line promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,,  House Painter^"-"*  and Decorator  SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  Spring-  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  ������       Paper.     Prices from 10c, 12.Jc,  15c np" to 50c roll.    Mailorders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  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.  New,..  Hardware  now open and ready to cater  to the people of Itevelstoke*  and surrounding district, especial  attention  being given to   Builders' and   ,  Miners' Supplies.  Dealing as we'do in only the  one line, our stock is new and  complete and our prices are  right.  A Tinsmitliing Establishment  is run in connection, and anything in the tin line will be  ',___, ' made to order���������tin-roofing,  eave-troughing, etc. Estimates  given on furnace work.  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil & .  '-t  Rubber Stamp Company.  .  A  REFORM PARTY.  It is,time that the prevailing dissatisfaction with the policy and measures of the present Provincial Government took some organized * shape.  All over the; province the* feelings of  discontent and indignation entertained Iiy the people are finding utterance  in the local press, but so far nothing  has been done to organize the malcontents into an effective opposition.  This state of affairs is, the Hehald  regrets to notice, being taken hold of  by the Liberal papers to further a  mere partizan advantage by exploiting it for the benefit of the political  party at present, in power at Ottawa.  This,is a scheme, which this province  cannot afford to let mature. There  has never been hitherto any mention  of Dominion politics in British Columbian affairs, and the present juncture  is too critical to permit of their introduction just now simply and solely to  strengthen the hands of the present  Liberal members for the province in  the Dominion House. Our people  want to see in power at Victoria an  honest and effective adminisUation in  touch with their ideas and bent on  developing the magnificent resources  of the province for tlie benefit of the  whole people, and not for the advan-;  tage of one particular district and a  little c-lieiue of friends and satellites.  This idea is entertained by scores of  local Conservatives as well as Liberals.  Any attempt to work it for partizan  purposes will inevitably .tend to ham-,  per its complete success, whereas a  'mil reform party, including all those  dissatisfied with the present 'administration will sweep thepi-ovince. There,  is nothing-particularly to be gained"  for British Columbia by working -the  nest elections to iis to .''core,-another  provincial victory for Mr. Laurier,  bub there isa great deal to be gained  by utilizing to .its fullest extent  tlie desire at -present felt by men of  all shades of Dominion politics for-a  .freshT system -pf. go.verument_.,'at...yic'.  toria'and by'.placing a majority having  the ftill confiderice'of the whole people  of the province in power ,in our local  house. , There will he'a great deal- for  the next Provincial Gove..-iiment to  undo as well'as to do. .-ind they will  l^ave to have an undivided support to  back them in their task.  It is high time in the Herald's  opinion that the new provincial, party  of reform was organized. The present  administration will die hard and their  friends and masters have too great interests at stake not to use every possible means at their disposal to try and  put them back in power. Committees  should be. found at once in every principal c-entreriind-if-possible^a-Reform  convention held, at which a common,  platform should be agreed upon, and  W.  n.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,   Revelstoke  Station.  n  COLORED MAP of.  North  Kootenay  Showing the Big Bond, Trout  Lake, Lardeau and Illeclllowaet  Mining Districts. All tho principal groups of claims and correct  courses of riven and ceeks  given.  Price ll.CO.   Apply:  P.  Leake,  H.E., Revelstoke  8mylr_o  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD  ������������������c&g  desires to publicly thank his  customers for their liberal  patronage during the past  eight years. He regrets as  much as themselves that the  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 quantity as  welt as the usual good quality.  Revelstoke  Brewery.  fcg*e-  ���������-���������*������%  i  If You Have a  MINE TO SELL  or wish a company, formed, or  want to buy it 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.  001 Biven__.de Ave..  S r o k a jf e.  Was h.  GUY BARBER  Jeweller and Watchmaker  C. p. R. Time Inspector  I2TH OF JULY CELEBRATION;!  A Biff Day in- Revelstoke  Under the auspices of thn Loyal Orange Lodge  Splendid programme being arranged  Excursion rates from all points in B. C.  Single Fare, Round Trip.  Orangemen  from    Kamloops,   Salmon Arm,  Vernon, Donald, Golden, Sandon. Kaslo,  Slocan City  Trail   and  all points  south will bo in attendance.  Brass Band,  Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited,  Everybodywelcome.  Particulars later.  E. Adair, W. M T. J. Graham, Rec.-'Sec.  Saturday,   Eth June  Peterson's Hall,  (Opposite the.Victoria Hotel)  Grand Variety���������       ���������**  Entertainment  Musical I   Vocal I   Dancing t  LITTLE  LOO   MAYFAIR  Famous European   Mandoltnlst,   Skirt, Step  and National Dancer.  Admission, 25c, a few front Seats 50c.  Tickets can be obtained at the Post Office,  Rcvelstjke   Doors open 7*30 p.m. .performance at 8 p.m.  A Delicious Drink  is the verdict of everyone who tries  II  SOFT DRINKS  CHAS. J. AMAITSfSSffl"  A complete line of Toliaccos, Stationery and Fancy Goods at the  lowest prices.  JtiiVELSTOias Station,   -   -   -   ii, C,  ways and means discussed. And if  there are any aspiring politicians of  any stripe of politics, who are of the  opinion that they could administer  the affairs of this province in accordance with the sentiments of the peo-  pl", they lind better come forward at  once and help on the organization of  the Reform party. There .is yeoman's  work to be clone, and those, whose  ambition it is to have the honor of  .leading the new party, have a good  opportunity of shewing their qualifications for the tiisk. There is work, to  be done rightmow on the question of  the re-arrangement eif the provincial  electoral districts, unless the government is to be left to gerrymander them  at its own sweet will next session."  NO TITLES, NO TAXES)  Tired of Mr. Attorney General's procrastinating diplomacy the taxpayers  of Revelstoke have taken the question  of the townsite title into their own  hands and have signed an agreement,  pledging themselves to pay no more  taxes until the province registers their  titles to'the land, on which they are  paying the taxes. This place has gone  on now foi- over ten years listening to  the same old excuses and explanations  aud waiting for the government,  which created the cjjfflc-ulty to get  down to some plain business method  of finding a way'out of it. The Attorney General's, office has In the meanwhile furnished several characteristic  examples of the' how-not-to-do-it style  of official correspondence, but has  never condescended to adopt the obvious course . of granting the four  townsite owners. "A. S. Farwell, the  Smelter Co., the C. & K. S. N. Co. and  the C. P. R. patents, which they could  register and leaving them to, settle  with those who held property at  second hand from them. If. as they  tell .us now,, the maps and documents  necessary ^to registration havi~s\been'  forwarded to "Victoria by the Interior  clepartment���������.how i������_it that these., pivn-  ers cannot register theirititles? However the Herald does not propose to  go'over the old arguments in the matter. Our people's patience is exhausted  and,.if Mr. Attorney wants his taxes  this year he had better come down off  his official perch iind settle matters',  as any Minister of -the Crown who  wanted to run his ollice. on business  principlesfor the-benefit of the people,  would have settled it long ago. ,"  - ALBERT CANYON.  From a Revelsoke   Small   Boy's   Point  of View.  The following letter was recently re-  ceivud-hy-ft youiig-lady-in-tpwn-froin  her brother at Albert Canyon :  Albert'Canyon, May 5th, 1807.  Dear K���������-I was glad you sent me  that letter. It is a very nice place  here "and i am having lots of fun. I  am going home on thirsday. There is  a nice little calf here and their was a  man and he said he was going to run  ii race with the calf, they have only  ono cow milking here. ,'They have two  oxens and they are plowing all the  field, they have four dogs here, they  have two cats: they have one calf,  they have know horses, But they  have three stears and three ducks, one  of the ducks are .lame. Dalton and I  sleep together. ��������� I got your letter and  i was very-pleased to get it. there are  a hot springs here. 1 wrote the write  away, there aro a lot of green hushes  and lots of-grouce and bears. I will  bring you all something home. I don't  let dalton away from me, he never  runs away from me, he is out playing  with the calf, he has lots of fun with  the calf. I am having a nice time  here. ' I would like to see you all here"  soon. When I was coming down here  there was a big dark place I hael to go  throuch and I couden see anything  the hole car/was dark, well 'I will  halfto close my letter good hy. Good  by I hope you will get this'letter.  A Friendly Recognition.  In a private letter received from  Hon. N. Clarke 'Wallace from Ottawa,  he 8**,ys that eastern people are now  asking particularly of the Revelstoke  district and predicts many visitors  into the Lardeau ;and Big Bend this  season. Revelstoke,: as a business  centre, is only- now receiving that  attention to which it has so long been  entitled. By sheer force of geographical position this place must eventually  become the wholesale and distributing  point for the entire North Kootenay.  As the Vancouver World said in a  recent issue this position "at once  makes it a place of importance and  certain so to continue for all time to  come." Outsiders are now recognizing  this fact and their ideas are assuming  a practical shape. By next December  over 100 new buildings will have been  added to this lively rising centre.  Mr.*A. B.*Foixest. who is one of the  most popular conductors on the C. P.  R., bas been appointed trainmaster,  with headquarters at __ Revelstoke.  While "Alex." is being congratulated  on his promotion, his many, friends  regret his departure froin Vancouver,  ���������News-Advertiser,  KAMLOOPS.  Mining and Mining Prospects in this  Rising Gold-Copper Camp.  Kamloops, June -1��������� (Special correspondence )���������- The favorable turn in  the mining affairs of the Kamloops  district that has long been looked for  seems to have set in, and original  locators and prospectors are .looking  to a harvest in the near future. Development work in the Coal Hill and  Sugarloaf districts is going on rapidly,  and miners well-equipped with tools  iind supplies are rapidly getting to  work on the ground. An encouraging  feature is the number of visitors now  registered at the various hotels some of  them well-known in the mining circles  of this country and the United States.  Amongst them may be mentioned Mr. Napoleon Wells of New York.  Messrs. Monteith, Taylor, Stevenson,  Hudson and others of Rossland, Mr.  James Rae of Manitoba, Mr. Parke a  Scotch expert and many others. A  recent visitor was Mr. Patsy Clarke of  Spokane, Washington, who has bonded the Iron Cap mine at a satisfactory  figure and has started a crew of men  to work, sinking, under the^ charge of  Mr. Hodson. Mr. Clarke was formerly the inovintr spirit in the War Eagle  mine at Rossland and it is here hailed  with satisfaction that lie should have  taken up his next mining speculation  at Kamloops. He is a first class judge  of gold-copper mining property and in  any venture he is comiecteel with is  what his friends cull " a rustler froth  'way back." The assays taken from  the Iron Cap'tliough'not given out for  publication are understood to be eminently satisfactory giving a high" percentage of copper and a remarkably  high result in gold. An assay shown  to the writer as coming from the same  locality gave 9 oz. in gold and 18 per  cent, copper.    .' . ,,  Mr. Napoleon Wells is a well-known  New York mining .speculator with, .a  large eastern follojyiug. He is a practical miner of-longexperience and -has  been connected with'many large min  ling deals on the". American side. He  makes no secret of his approval of  what he has seen, around Kamloops,  and is now about completing arrangements to bond a number of claims  with a view of working .them on a  large, scale.- At, the Bonanza mine  about seven miles from town, owners  Wm. Ford and George McDonald, a  shaft is down 50 feet and a drift is  about being started on the ledge at  that level. The Bonanza is a copper-  gold proposition and is. showing up in  remarkably good shape. On the  north branch of the Thompson river  Messrs. McDonald, Redp-ith, Donald  son, Rushton_and_others_are_opening.  up claims with good prospects. The  rock in that locality is mostly quartz  carrying free gold. Some,specimens  brought into town show coarse'gold  freely, and are said' by competent  judges to resemble the rock from  some of the .best mines along the  southern end of the great mother loele  of California. It may be said that the  mining excitement of the Ptovine-e  has now fairly extended to Kamloops,  There is nothing as yet in the way of  stocks, but this summer will see accomplished plenty of good healthy development work that will leave its impress, and demonstrate that Kamloops has hidden wealth that will com  pare favorably with any other mining district of B. C.  Death of Mrs. E. McLauchlin.  The death of Mrs. E. McLauchlin,  cast a gloom over ejuite a large portion of the community at the station.  Mrs. McLauchlin was here on a visit  to her daughters, Mrs. W. J. Lee and  Mrs. E. Adair, and was intending to  leave shortly for her home at Oxbow,  Assa. A sudden attack of severe muscular neuralgi.i, ended in failure of the  heart and she expired at 3 a. m. last  Sunday at the residence of Mrs. W. 3.  Lee, with whom she was staying. The  remains were sent for interment to  Oakwood, Victoria Co., One., the  eiistern home of the family, and were  accompanied as far as Winnipeg by  Messrs. Lee and Adair, while a son of  the deceased, Mr. McLauchlin went on  with them to their destination. The  bereaved families have the sympathy  of the community in their sudden and  severe affliction.  THE BONE OF CONTENTION  The single tree of the Columbia 'bus  broke just at the top of the hill as it  was coming back.from the No. 1- yesterday, but Mr. Bannerman, the  driver, managed to control the horses  and nothing worse happened to the  seven passengers than a walk in to the  hotel.  ������������������       \ - - ; 1]' - ���������-;, -  W.R. Collins, R. B. Collins and John  Hailey of Spokane are en route to Tenderfoot Creek in the Trout Lake district.' The first named has a contract  to drive a 100-foot tunnel on the Lulu  e}aim owned by a Spokane company,  of which J. M. Burns and H. |L. Lilien-  thal are president and secretary.���������  News-Ad vcrtisc r.  THE   QUESTION   OF   THESSALY  LIKELY TO   DEFEAT THE  NEGOTIATIONS.  Coal Could Not Get on the Free List.  ���������Tramps in Southern Kootenay.���������  Five' Hundred Hobos Heading Our  Way.  (Special to the Herald.)  London, June 4.���������Thessaly is still  the bone of contention between the  powers and is delaying the peace  negotiations. There is every indication  that Turkey will refuse lo evacuate'  Thessaly.  Ottawa, June 5.���������A resolution to-  place coal on the free list was defeated  in the house yesterday.     -   - ,  Rossland, June 5.���������Rossland and  Southern Kootenay are being invaded  l>y toughs and tramps turned out* of  Montana. There are 500, heading for  Canadian territory.  THE NEW YORK MARKET.  Today's Quotations in the Metal Market.  New -York, June 2.���������Bar silver, 60;  copper, steady; broker's, 11; exchange,  11.25;. lead, firm; broker's, 3.18, exchange, 3.30. ' ���������  '.*"'.  FERGUSON.  People Still Piling in���������Fresh .Finds near  Trout Lake.  From Onr Own Correspondent.  Ferguson, June 2 With regard to  the  numbers of   people coming  into  this     district,     I   think     the     most  sanguine should be satisfied, but-the  various elements show theintelves, viz:'-  good, bad and indifferent.    With fche  last two we have most to.fear and the -  sooner a policemen? is established the  bettor it will Jba._. for-the .district., as ?  fiartieis'will feel inore.safe and' realize*,  that British law can and will "protect  its subjects. ''.":", 0     '  :  I am glad to say at last that the road c  into Ferguson is pa'ssable.with wagons,  and teams,  thus giving - parties who  have secured lots in the town a chance  to huild,_ .... . ~     "  ' This place is more than full,  in fact  its hard to ������et even a shake-down.  Mr. Holmes is making rapid strides  with his hotel and .will soon hejn a  position to take hisshare'of the evet-  moreasing trade, .  The canvas part of. Ferguson is growing very fast. I Hiink on the creek at  the back of the'town there must be-  close on fifty tents with an average of  four in each.  - '  ___=Trnnt_l_rfike_i.s__not-_behind_-:hftnd__Jn   building. Hugh McPherson is putting  up a good house, as well as Hugh  Stewarts and Woods. Real estate in  Trout Lake should be on- the jump.  Prospectors are now scouring "the  mountains in all directions and_gooel  finds are being made close to Trout  Ltike. I Sitw, some good samples  which were brought in from the hill-  opposite the town, fairly low down,  and will be the means of helpingTrout  Lake.  Frank McCarthy's slaughter house  is nearing completion, anel I suppose  the first beef will be hung upon Saturday.  ��������� Jim Mc-Cauley is again back from  his trip to Banff. He" looks first rate  and fit for a summer's campaign in the  hills.  .  The Carnes Creek Mining Co.  Mr. I. ,.T. Brewster came in from  Carnes Creek on Saturday last. The  tunnel was in fifty feet, when he left'  the mine on the liosebury claim, and  the paystreak had widened ont to two  feet. Specimens of the ore brought  down by Mr. Brewster wont %1\ anel  ������58 respectively as against surface  assays of SI8tand S23. Mr. Brewster  intends to make a trial shipment of a  carload of ore, of which there is plenty  on the dump. He will return to the*  mine as soon as some business which  as secretary of the company, he has to  look after, iu finished.  County Court.  (Before   Judge Forin.)  The sittings of the county court t^ok  place on Thursdav in Peterson's hall.  A man named Macleod. who escaped  from the jail here while doing it  month's imprisonment and was discovered by the Gold Commissioner behind  the bars at Sandon, was sentenced to  three months for jail breaking, sis-  well as to serve the balance of his  sentence at Sandon.  The civil docket was a light one.  Sibbald to Pease vs. W. J. Lappan.  An action to recover $101., for goods  ordered by Peterson anel supplied by  the firm. The defence was that no  partnership existed - at any time between Peterson and the' defendant,  who was in consequence not liable,  but the judge held I hat the goods had  been supplied to the hotel of which  Mr. Lappan was proprietor and gave  judgment for the plaintiff. C. R. Carlyon, plff; A. jH. W. Spragge. def.  The balance of'the docket consisted  of small debt cases.  -I  ���������8  -i.B Agents:  Victoria Powder Co.  c.  Agento :  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale and Ketail General Merchants.  J-lEW D-HV GOODS  Now Opening, Consisting of Dress Goods, Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, Cottons, Cretonnes,. Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets ,in Latest  Designs.  fiotfl ifi stock  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE, one Car, of  TINWARE and STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners and Builders.  I\  Our Supply ot Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Bight.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are tho Best That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compote Witb Any.  STORES:     REVGkSTOKG,    TROUT  bARG CITV,     FGRGUSON,  Revelstoke   Herald  ���������Johnson & P-Ettiiukcb  Proprietors and Publishers  A Semi-Weekly .T-ournal. published in tho  nterenta nf Bevelstoke and. the surrounding  istrict,Wednesdays and StUurdaj a, making  osest connections -with all tvains.  Advertising Rates: Display atls. ~1."D per  -column inch. 92.00 por inch wl'.oninserted on title  page. Legal ads.. 12c per- tnonpareil) line for  Hrat insertion; So for caoh additional insertion.  Heading notices, 15c per lino each issue. Birth,  -Marriage and Death notices, froo.  Subscription Rates: By mail or carrier. ~2 00  per annum ; $1,25 tor six months, strictly in  'vance.     _ __ _ .  Out Job Department: The HmiAi.n Job  Department is one of the best -equipped  printing offices in WeBt Kootenay, nnd is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in llrst  claw style at honest prices. Ono prico lo all.  No job too largo���������none too Binall���������f or us. Mail  orders promptly attendee! to. Give us a trial  on your noxt order.  To Correspondents: We invito correspondence on any subject of interest to the general  public, and desire a reliable regular, correspondent in every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases the bona "do namo  of the writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  SHELLED  ALMIGHTY VOICE SILENCED BY  MAXIM   GUN  KILLS   THREE    MORE   MEN  1. All correspond enco must 1)3 legibly  written on one side of tho papor only.  t. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with tho pro;er ntiuio  of the writer. ...  3. Correspondence with retcrenco to an>  thing that has appoared in another paper  must first bo offered for publication to lhat  paper before it can appear in The U~kai,d. .  WEDNESDAY.      JUNE   "*,  1S97.  AGAINST PROHIBITION  A Motion Opposed by Archbishop  Machray to Support the Temperance  Plebiscite.  In the recent Anglican Synod at Winnipeg on amotion introduced by Rev.  Mulock, urging all church members to  -~isiTiifiort"the_tenipera"nce-plebiscite-t.o  be taken by the Dominion Government  in amendment it was moved by Dean  O'Meara, seconded by Rev. Mr. Little,  that while the synod considered it  advisable that the opinion of the Dominion electors should be sought by a  plebiscite, yet this synod did not think  it advisable to pronounce in advance  any opinion on the subject to be sub-  'mitted to the judgment of the electorate. An animated debate took place  and was closed by the archbishop, who  'wished to state" distinctly _th.-ic_ he  would vote against prohibition "in" the  plebiscite? 1 le had come to the conclusion that, while Holy Scriptures  .condemns drunkenness, yet it regards  wine as a good gift of God and the  very emblem'of ioy.' The example: of  our blessed Lotd was an example for  him to follow. His Grace held therefore that the Holy Scripture allows  that which was a great enjoyment to  manv, and he believed very healthtul  when properly used. He; believed that  "in practice prohibition woultl be a  failure and-''-that',, in- enacting it the  country would he interfering with the  free rights of the people and doing a-  grievous wrong to a large section ot  the community. He would be eiuitti  prepared to see drunkenness made a  criminal offence and punished in the  usual way. The. proper course was  the government of saloons; they might  indeed, be removed altogether. The  amendment carried by 37 to 10. The  synod closed after adopting a memorial of congratulation to Her Majesty  on the completion of the 00th anniversary of her reign.  The Latest Killed are Constable Kerr,  Corp. Hockin and E. Grundy, Postmaster at Duck Lake���������Indians to be  Shelled   Out���������"Reduce the   Force."  Batoche, May 21).���������Latest returns  from the scene of the desperate battle  between Almighty Voice anil the  Mounted Police are still more sensational than yesterday's news.  Conslahle'Kcrr unci Corporal Hockin  of the Mounted Police, and Ernest  Gtundy, postmaster of Duck Lake,  'were sfiot. dead yesterday. They tried  a rush on the blulV in which the 1 Indians'ire concealed. .One Indian is  dead. Almighty Voice and another  Indian are still securely shelteicd in  the bluff, having dug pits.  Supt. Chignon has sunt to Prince  Albert, for a heavy gun lo shell the  Indians out.  The other wounded men previously  reported are doing as well as can be  expected. Dr. Stcwatl, of Batoche,  and Dr. Bain, of Prince Albert, sire  both in lhe field with the police.  11 ELI*   l-'HOJl   HKOIXA."  T'li-GiNA, May 20. ��������� Assist. Supt.  Mclllrco and 20 men wilh it cannon  have left for the scene of the shooting.  ���������THE EDITOR'S SOFT JOB  The editor of a country weekly has  to be the court and municipal reporter,  the society editor, the sporting editor,  citv editor, religious editor, plain  editor and plain reporter. He also has  to edit the editorial page, the correspondence, and wade through a hall-  hundred "esteemed contemporaries.  He is also business manager and chief  clerk, stenographer, advertising  manager, job work solicitor, circulation boomer, and generally finds time  to throw in type, make up the forms  and get out the mail list. Then he  coes home and makes garden, anel sits  up all night with the cnildren afflicted  with the. measles. After that he  figures on how he can get even^vith  the big firm who don't advertise anel  send away for their printing. And  he generally does.  AN EXCITING BATTLE  For Two Days he Defied his Attackers  after the" Guns Arrived���������Volunteers  Became Impatient and Rushed the  Bluff, Killing one Indian and Finding  the Other Two Dead  Wixxii'EO, May .il.���������There was  great excitement here over the iroubie  at Duck Lake and it was feared that  moro serious trouble was imminent.  "Atrdnsk��������� on- Saturday���������ef'1"5i3g--a"t~r-  having been shelled Almighty Voice  shouted to his pursuers: "You must  do better work than that"'. At six  o'clock on Sunday morning A>i-ist.int  Commissioner Mcllree- recommenced  shelling. From noon on Sunday' till  three o'clock this morning the wires  were down between K**gina and  Duck Litki'. This intensified the suspense here.  THK VOLUXTEEBK CIIA1K-SK.  At an eaily hour this morning  the following despatch w.-ir-icteived  here: ' "Duck Lake, May .11. ���������"a.m.���������  The Prince Albert volunti't-rs got im-  patie.Mit yesterdav atternoon and prevailed oil the officer in charge- to allow  them to rush the bin IT, which they did  at two o'clock, led by Win. Drain, J.  McKay," Q.C, and Police officer!*.  Wilson unci MeiDonnell. - In tin* first  rush '.they'-did not find the hiding  places of the'- Indians.'. They again  went through, killing the only remaining Indian, y  '"Almighty Voice and another Indian  were killed by shells from the nine  pounder.'Th'e're art* no further carnalities on our side. The bodies eif the  dead fnelians have been brought in.  The father'of Almighty Voice i.s under  iii-rest here,as an accomplice. No further trouble is anticipateo."  >"uitTi"EB PARTre;t;r..Mts.  Almighty Voice is; a Salteaux Indian from the United States, but has  been several years in the Territories.  Three years ago he was around Calgary, lie".married ii' Sarcee scpiaw.  whom he shortly afterwards deserted  anel who is now on the reserve nine  miles south west of the city. His imputation is that of a bad man generally. The Salteaux are known as excetl-  lent fighters.  Whether through his nnt.ural cute-  n'ess or not, the Indian selected the-  best time in the year for his campaign.  Had it been in the fall he eoulel have  been burned out. ' .With the trees in  full leaf he could travel either night or  day without allowing his pursuers to  get a glimpse of him.  Almighty Voice was supposed to l-p  accompanied by an Indian mimed Tmn  Lamack, who is also a fugitive from  justice.'lie having murdered nnothe'r  Indian two years ago on a icserve  near Qu'Appelle, where he- was interpreter.  Corporal Hockin, who was wounded  in the charge on Friday, lived only  three hours. He*, is a son of Admiral  37 years old and for twelve years held  a commission in the 11th   Essex   regi  ment. He also served in India. Just  tt month ago Corporal Hockin became  n, member of the Inclt-pcndent Order  Foresters, carrying $1000 of mortuary  benefit.  Constable lCerr was ������ member of F  troop. N. \V. M. P., and a much respected man in the Prince Albert  barracks. He was a native of Ontario  and wtis born tit Barrievale, Kenfrew  county, 2!) years ago.  Mr. Grimily, who w.-ts killed with  the two policemen, was it highly respected resident of Duck Lake, and  leaves a wife and family of small  children. The bodies of Grimily and  Kerr were left lying where they fell,  as their companions were unable to  recover them.  The lirst victim of the blood thirsty  Indian, Mr. Venues, is a brother of  well known prosperous rancher near  Batoche. He was acting as interpreter  for the Po.licc when he was shot.  dipt. Allan's arm will have lo be  amputated. Kergt. Raven is doing  fairly well. ~  When the news arrived in Kegina a  farewell ball was being givon to the  N.W.M.P. jubilee contingent and the  festivities were instantly slopncd.  ENTHUSIASTIC OCCURRENCE  TWO DETACHMENTS OF POLICE  MEET AT REGINA  Under Remarkable Circumstances���������One  Returning from the Duck Lake  Shooting and the Other Leaving  For the Jubilee Ceremony in England  RlioiNA. June 1.���������Owing to the unfortunate shooting affair at Duck Lake  the* Jubilee contingent of police was  delayed here two days, but owing to  the active* slVps taken to prevent nen-  eral trouble thev wen* not neetlctl.  Last evening they paraded down to  the C. P. U. station accompanied by  t he band, arriving there just as the  train iieai inc; the men' from Duck Lake  pulled in. It was a very enthusiastic  occurrence', nearly all the population  ol liegina neing at the depot, and the  cheers for the home coming victors  -an "-ihfise-Gf- farewell���������for���������the-J u hi lee  boys mingled :-.& they cheered one  anothe-r.  The detachment for the Jubilee in  Command of Major Perry lelt in n  special car for Montreal where they  will take boat for Englind,  NEW SUPERINTENDENTS  All Assistant Superintendents on the C.  P. R. Promoted to" Superintendents  ���������Other Changes.  Wholesale dealeis in  es, Spirits a  Agents ibr K. AV. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and tho Gookl Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital     -   $1,963,600  Reserve    -   -������ -   -    1,156,800  "DJreotors ���������  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pros., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert JalTray,  Hugh Kyan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie." General Manager.  Branches  North "Vest and British Columbia ���������  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Ontario     >  V-itcouvei  Winnipeg.  Revelstoke  General Supi'i-intr-ntleiit Marpole. c>f  the Pacific division of the C.P.R., has  issued a circular lo superintendent, in  Ins divi.-ion. There are now -^vt-n  -.iiperintpnileots on the.' western skc-  tion .t< follows:  .). C. (,'anii-itiii. from Kurt William  to Wimiipe-g.  .1. il array. Winnipeg to Brandon,  anel including all branch lines running  from Winnipeg ami Brandon.  I,'. XV. Milestone*. Brandon to Mor^e  Jaw, including the Soo line and Piiin-s  Albert branch.  J. Niblock. Moose* Jaw tt, l-ir.mii.j.  and incliidini; LheLethhrielge, Macleod  iind Edmonton branches.  K. J. Dtichesney. Donald to Kamloops.  ILK. Bf.osley, - the Nelson section,  including all branch line* in the Koot-  eriay district.  W. Downing, K.irrilno-p-s lo Wtsn-  t-otiver, including the bia.--.rii horn  Mission Junction.  Wm. Cross, who has been maMer  ni'-chanio lor many years.-, has b.-en  cre.i'te-d general master rner-hiinie r,f  all lines west fif Port William, with  hi'tidepiartcrs in Winnipeg, and K. W.  .lories, who for a long yerir.el has br.-e-n  clo=e-ly identified with the work of tin-  western divisiein as a.-sistant to the  ge'neral superintenele-nt, is now j,to-  moteel I o the; officf, of assistant, tej ma n-  ,'iger. The title of assistant superintendent is abolished, anti all onicers  holding thnl title will hereafter be.ir  the title '>t <.iipcrintcndeut. Tlie-sc  changes take i-!Tt-et, on June 1.  Essex Niagara Falls    St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne   Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    SaultSt. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents   m    Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Jjtcl., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may ba depositee!  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above bra.nches.  -=^A.gents-in���������the-United-Stat.es���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America: Chicago, First National  Bank:  St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of 81 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  .Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at aU points in CanadaJ Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, Chij*a, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand._et_c_..___. .- __.-. -__.-__.-_.--  Gold  Purchased ~*    .'  A. R. B. HEARN,  Managur Rovolstoko Branch.  Fierchant's Hotel  lllecillewaet,* B. C.  This hotel lias just been renovated thi'oiigbo,iit, and is now  first-class in .every respect. Good accommodation. Best  Wines, Liquors und Cigars at the Bar.  W.J. Lappan, Proprietor  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 .  Golden, b. c.  ��������� The gateway to the great  East^ootenay  gold fields   J  uurti"nl���������  assures you every comfort,: exquisite ;  * tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters  for commercial and  mining men,   Free sample'roonis.  Port Ptoelc StiiKO lenvo's Kootenay  House   every .Tuesday.  Strictly First Glass S.ADLER, Propr.  The John Ealon Company of To  lonl o has issued ,-i circular announcing  suspension of payment, on account of  tins recent disastrous fire*. The company hopes lei resume business and  pay nil creditors in full when the*  insurance accounts are adjusted.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 185"  Paid up Capital     .  Rest Furid   -  Head Offlce-  $2,000,000  - 1,400,000  -Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  John H. R^ Molson, President  S. H. Ewing. Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finlov    W.M.Mucpherson  J. P. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  tejrmsthe 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 ratetar  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Broc.kville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meirford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg,nnt.  Norwich, Ont.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridge-town, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorcl, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.func'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstcck.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo.jC   McGregor Mgr  ivihhvipko- hk&nch  T. 8. Phepoe, Manager  When in_ Vancouver stop at the  Oriental Hotel  Free bus at till trains.  Comfortable   and   first-class   in  every respect.  Rates:   $1.00 and $1.50 a'day.  LANTZ to GIBBONS,  f20-tf Proprietors.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  pleming  Than.-you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of beini? caught  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Betail  UEE & ATl-ylflSOrl  Builders and Dealers in .  Carriages.   Buggies,   Backboards  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 rig to order  they can't be beat.  CRIiGHSY,  fl-QBE-RT-H.  L.   J\.   FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.-  *  Shop opposito Imperial Eank.  Workmanship Guaranteed; "  ftii.i    Terms Cash  CU.M.MI.NS & CO.  The PIONEER STORE,  always keeps in stock  a full line  of  -Miners' Supplies  -FERGUSON, li. C.  Druggist; Calgary  Mail OnJersitPromptly Attended To.  ) EE-tf ~  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  i  I.  I  .1  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke Keep Your ,  Eye   on  The Great  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  American Group  Black Eagle Group  -Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry Group  , Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group"  Each group contains from.3 to IS claims  m  -   J-7  fli.cA'^'Ce.'   .  __--~___.___"v.c___v__T_ rt,  re-*V������     >J^*i.^_      <������y  C.   ������.   St.*. .,*    ���������  JH---~,.e~. <:,--.  ���������*'  ���������-���������i*  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview Badshot  Old Sonoma  Gteat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Black Prince  Silver Queen  True' Fissure  Towser ���������'  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 6 miles  it  ��������� II  , 'I  Ferguson is the'Terminus  of    the    pi-o.ected    Lardeau   Railway���������to   be   built   this   summer.  At the present ground floor price the best real estate investment on  -    -.       .   . the market is FERGUSON lots. -  G. E. SHAW  GENERAL AO-ENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160  An Inside Lot at $110  can    be     secured.  for $40 down  -"  'be     secured  for $2750 down  FOSTER   MOVES   TWO IMPORTANT AMENDMENT  PROROGATION TO BE IN JULY  A Dismal Prospect For Business  ���������Only About;HaIf Through with the  Estimates���������Tariff and Minor Bill  to be  Dealt With���������Atlantic Service'  Ottawa, ��������� May 23.���������Todav iii the  House of Commons   was   one of dis-  "cussidrf-piirely;���������There -wassimplyno  business done. It was all talk from  three o'clock , in the afternoon- till  midnight. . A dismal- prospect for a  government to contemplate whicli  counted on prorogation early in June.  With more than half- the estimates  yet to be completed, tho tariff with  its hundreds of items, prohibition and  - other bills of minor importance, there  are few who look for' the end of the  session before July.. ....  THE FAST ATLANTIC SERVICE  The rumours which have   been   current for some time past that'the Gov-,  eminent had succeeded in making a  contract for a'Fast Atlantic   mail service, which had been approved by the  British Government,  received official  confirmation on   Friday   night after  recess when Sir Richard Cartwright  announced that the Government had  received that afternoon   a   final - communication from  Her .Majesty's Government to. the elfect  Urn!,   they   approved of the arrangement..made by  i,h'e Canadian Government  foi- a fast  Atlantic service.   In answer to a ejues-  tion bv Sir  Charles Tupper* whether  the Government would state  general-  lv what the terms ot  the arrangement  were. Sir Richard stiid:  "The arrangements aie those  substantially-which  were previously  communicated to the  House.   Au offer   was"   made by  the  Messrs Peteisen, Tate to   Co.,   to perform the   Fast   Atlantic   service at a  stipulated speed..rather exceeding 20  knots per hour, say, 500 knots per day.  from port to port.- This is to be done  in consideration of ������500,000 a year tei  be paid bv us and ."-.250.000,   or  thereabouts, to be paid by  Her  Majesty'y  Government.    Of course, I will at the  earliest moment lay on the table the  contract and details. "If the terms are  as stated, the Government is certainly  to be congratulated on having made a  good bargain   for a  service  which is  badly needed.   There is,  however, an  element   of   doubt   about   the   terms  which somewhat lessens the satisfaction which would   othe-rwise   bo   felt.  On Friday afternoon Mr. Clarke Wallace   asked  Sir  Richard    Cutwright  whether lie had lii'ard a rumour that  hits gone abroad that Mr.   Petersen is  a German, and that tho German   Government is making up a portion of the  subsidy required for the fast Atlantic  eej*yice, and that in return preferential rates are to be  given  to  Herman  gooels.    Sir  Richard tried to turn the  ouestion   oil   with   a   joke,    but  the  rumour is very persistent, and shoiilel  . |t turn out to be well  founded there  will not be so much cause for congratulating the Government on its bargain.  Fur it the Emperor of German ,is subsidizing the line in consideration of  preferential rates being given German  good, it will simply mean - that the  Canadian manufacturer is to bo taxed  to provide a fast/line of steamer' for  the purpose of bringing into competition with him cotton, wollens. iron  and other manufactured articles "Made  in Germany."  emperors and register their desires.  The guns of "British ironclads have  been employ ~d-_"to shed the blood of  Cretans* struggling against Turkish  tyranny, anil the blood .of 100,000  Christairis has drenched the soil of  Armenia without penalty from the  great assassin who shed it, or security  against his repeating his crime when  he finds it convenient. 'All this is  execrated by the people of Great  Britain."  PREMIER LAURIER EXPLAINS  The Preferential Phase  Up for���������Discus-  ������������������"si6n--Mfr^"Laurier--Speaks-rfi~But"  Foster Asks   for  a-More  Definite  *' Explanation.  Ottawa. June 1.���������Tho tariff debate  was resumed at four o'clock and lasted  until midnight, in the course of which  time two amendments were, ottered by  Geo, E. Potter to the sixteenth clause  which deals with the scope of the  preferei.tial tariff. His iirst amendment was the addition of words to the  application* of.- the. reciprocal tariff,  .taking into consideration' the a vet age  tariff rates on this country upon the  principal products to be interchanged.  " The,. Premier made an explanation  eif the way in whicli countries will be  selected'to participate iirthe favoured  tariff. Instead of a narrow view of  comparison on these items in the tariff  which we' interchange with certain  countries he urged broader views of  the case.  In his comparison of the whole tariff  Foster was again very unfortunate in  pressing for explanations, but met  with no response.  He urged his second amendment, by  which Parliament will have it in its  power lo ratify the raking in of all  countries under a preferential tariff.  A COACHING TRAGEDY  A Tally-Ho Coach in   New   York  Run  Into " by  a   Train���������Several   Killed  -���������ar_.d-Injured;=���������-��������� ~ ���������"    -���������7- "  New York, June 1.���������A tragedy to  chill, tbe blood occurred yesterelay  afternoon, whpn a tally-ho coach filled  with merry-makers was struck by a  Long Island train at a grade crossinir  near Valley Stream. Four people  were killed outright and another died  soon after. Seventeen others- are  injured. Only two escaped injury in  the party, which consisted of twenty-  three.   _������. *���������_���������  GREENWAY   AND   WAlLACE  IRELAND   -  A LIVELY ROW-IN THE BRITISH  COMMONS  IRISH   MEMBERS  EXPELLED  The Memorable 3rd.of February, 1881,  Almost Repeated���������The   Irish   Party  ���������    Begin a Fight to Have Irish .Questions and Grievances Considered.  London. May 28.���������The Irish members in tho House of Commons began  to-day-a determined-iight-to-liave" the  question of Irish relations and grievances considered by that body.  The memorable scene of February  3, lSSl.when Parnell and his followers,  one by one, were suspended from' the  house, came near, being repeated. Tlie  row ended in "John Redmond, the  Parnellite leader. Clancy, member  for Dublin, William Redmond and  William Field being escorted from the  house by the sergeant-at-anns,  AN    UNHOLY   ALLIANCE  The Grand Old Man Reads a Powerful  Lesson to the Time-Servers���������He  Denounces Germany and Russia and  Speaks Fervidly of the Cruel Turks.  London. Mav 31.���������The Right Hon.  W. E. Gladstone has written a fervid  letter to the Liberal candidate seeking  election in the PetersfielJ division of  Hampshire to fill the vacancy in the  Commons caused by the death of Wm.  Wickhain. In his letter Mr. Gladstone  urges tli.it Kngland should no longer  be a party to the present policy ot  eastern Kuicpe, where, he says, "the  unholy alliances so detested in the  clays of my youth has been renewed  under the name of the Concert of  liurope," Continuing, Glaelstone says  " Russia, Germany and Austria are at  their old trade again as foes of liberty  anel justice. France is tongue-tied by  her subserviency to the views of Russia. Italy is paralvzed by internal  embarassmcnl. Kngland. which ought  to be acting under her convictions, is  content to sit at table with the three  Said  to Have  Formed  an  Alliance  in  ���������   Orangeism. *  Detkoit, May 20.���������The Evening  News' Windsor correspondent says  thiit Premier Greenway of Manitoba  has been here for' the past two days,  but his- presence.- has been a secret  from all nut a few friends. Wise men  in,politics now claim to understand  how Clarke Wallace won so complete  a victory over the Tupper faction in  the Orange Grand Lodge. They say  that Greenway and Wallace have  formed an alliance and will stand by  each other, no matter what course the  political parties may adopt, and as a  fiist s~ep towards the alliance Premier  Greenway detached the Manitoba  delegates from the Provincial Grand  Master and secured the telegram from  Manitoba Orangemen which played  such havoc with the resolution offered  by the Provincial Grand Master and  declared for separate" schools in that  province.  CROW'S NEST ROAD.  Seventeen English journalists will be  knighted on the ' occasion of Her  Majesty's jubilee.  Many old Winnipeggers will regret  to hear of the deatu ot R. C.. Howdrn  of that place. He was one of the  pioneers of Manitoba and greatly  respected.by his numerous friends.  The Ottawa correspondent of tho  Winnipeg Tribune is ant liortty for th>;  report that it is very likely that the  Government will do nothing in regard  to the Crow's Nest railway matter  until next year.  / nnounced to be Built This Year���������The  Report Confirmed, But No Particulars.  Montreal, May 31.���������It is stated  that arrangements have been completed between the Dominion Govern-  anel lhe Canadian Pacific Railway for  the construction of the Crow's Nest  Pass Railway and work will be commenced at once. It will be completed  without delay. The information is  confirmed hy h������mi-ofl~cial announcements in the* ministerial press, bub no  details are iib yet given.  Hon. Mr. B.'.rden's res'gnation of  the militia portfolio is declared to be  imminent.  Kaslo&Sloca  TIME-CAJUTNO. I  To take effect on Wednesday, November 2j  1S9j.   Trains run on Puciflo Standard Time.  GOINO WE8T DAILY GOISO EAST  8:00am Leavo.".. ..Kaslo j'rrlvc~*~Opm  8:30am      "   ...South fork...   '���������      3:15p m  ):36am      "    Sproulo'a....   "      2:1.5 p in  9:51 a in * ...Whitewater... " 2:0) pm  1003aiu '-... Bear Lake ..:' " 1:48pm  10:18 a in      ������������������   ....McGulRan....   "      1.3.1pm  10:30am      "   .....Bailor's    "      1:21pm  10.38 a ut " ....Junction.... " 1:12 pm  10:5J urn Arrive..v. .Sandon.:... Loavel.GOp m  For rales and  information applv   at  the  Company'soUiccs.  n.W. BRYAN,  ROBT. IRVING. Supt. and'Asst. Trcas.  Traffic Manager. Kaslo  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies���������������->  HAY, timothy and prairie; OATH.  CHOP. BRAN, i-HO-crs ������'i eiuit,  POTATOES EGGS, BUTTI- R,  FISH. HAMS, BACON. Etc,,  FROM HELLY BROTHERS  Assayers, Miqiqg an.d  Milling Engineers" .   .  Office and Metallurgical Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel-Spokane,  SPO^HflE - - -4mSJH*S[GTO*_  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, assay....  Golel and silver,  assay   Gold, Bitver and  lead, f.ssny   Gold, silver and  cooper, assay..  Golel and  silver  bullion, assay..  'A no. assay   sulphur, assay...  Mercury, assay..  -Melting andrelln-  ing bars  Reco Street SANDON  -1 U0  Lime, analysis,. $ 3 CO  Silica; analysis.    2 00  1 50 - Coal partial, an,    5 00  Tin, assay      6 00  2 50   Nickel, ivisay SIO ,  to    15 00  3 CO   Cobalt, assayS10  to    15 00  2 00   Antimony, nss'y   10 00  3 01) Arsenic; assay.. S10  3 00 Aluminum,ass'y 5 00  5 00   Platinum, assay    5 00  Melting.relinlng  2 00     and assaying..    3 00  Kites given on apmieation for working tests  of ores on samples if one to llfty pounds.  Wo havo tho most complete; equipment in  the North West for lusting ores and tietermin-  inn tlio kind of machinery necessary for tho  reduction of thu smite.  Postal rate on ore ono cent per ounco. Send  at least three ounces for assay.  Inspections und reports made on mining  property.  Air. V. IC. McNainara ot tills firm is the  Inventor nf "Tho McNaiiiaia" Two Stamp  Mill, which has a guaranteed capacity of from  II vo to seven tons per Uny: 83 to'JO per cent of  tho gold issnved in the uiitiery. Can add as  many batteries as dcniri'd. Estimates and  prices on application Remember that wr  make a specialty of Real Estate and .Mines.  DR. ALLEN'S  For   use   in   cases   where  disease  cats  off the horn  of the hoof  Also  a Never Failing: Remedy  For fungus growth of flesh  in any -_.liu.pe whatever, or  old' standing   sores   that  other remedies have Faded  to cure.  Try It and  Save Your Horse  Here is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Dealer1 in:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station    -    -   B. C.  ( dftadidn  V Pacific ^y  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 ToroDto  every 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.    Warimoo 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. MacGRKGOU. Travelling  Passenger  Agent.  Nelson. U. C.  GEO.  McL.   BROWN,    District   Patsenger  Agent, Vancouver.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  ~,,f ETIIODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoka.  "*��������� Preaching servlcoa al 11 a-m. and 7*30  p.m. Class meeting at the clow of tho  morning service, fahbtith School and Bible  Ot.iss ������c 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meevng  every Wcdnesaay evening at 7*30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially Invited. Bents free.   REV. J. A. WOOD. Pa.tor.  f-HURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Revelstoho.  ^j Services: Dilly. evening prayer5. p.m.  except nn Fridays when it is at 7 p. m.  with Dddroes. Sundays: Holy Commnnto-o  8 a.m.. morning prayer 11. evening prayrr 7:30  First Sunday in. month Holy Communion at  morning services.  FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH���������Reyelatoke.  Service every  Sunday evening   at 7"e)  p.m.    Bib'c  CIiss at  2:30  p.m., to which  all aro welcome.   M. GEDDE-S. B. A.. Missionary.  ROMAN  ���������   stoke,  at 10-30 a.m.  CATHOLIC   CHURCH��������� Rerel-  "lass  fourth  Sunday In  month.  REV. FjVTHER PEYTAVIN.  PROFESSIONAL  w  B. McKECHNIE. '  (si. d.. ii. d a it.)  Physician and Surgeon.  Omce:  Nc?r the Union Hotel.  Calls by telephone or telegraph  promptly  attended to.   O'tice hours:  0.30 to 11������ m., 1:30  to I and? toSpm.  BEVE.STOKE - BKIT.Sn COLCMBIA.  C._p. WOODWORTH  Id. A..  LL. B.  I.  Notary, Conveyancer, Etc  Mines and Real Estate.  Sicca**' Citv     -     ���������     Eritjsh Cotxvatk,  .'JI  m  'i LOCAL  AND JQENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items  Round  and  About Revelstoke.  * Ii. ~~. Coursier is agent for the  I_Utinl'"inan Piano.  "Strawberries! cherries! at Morgan's  confectionery store.    Out of sight.  Mr. A. N. Smith is opening up a confectionery store in his new block.  A c-ai-loiid of freight for Ferguson  left (J. IJ. llimiu & Oo's. warehouse today.  The Standard, the proposed new  Kamloops paper, is to be an afternoon  daily.  The lloi-ne-P.-iyne Co. will start to  clear their townsite at Galena Bay  next week.  Mining business has been dull at the  government oflice this week and  nothing to record.  ���������: .Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Shaw left yesterday for Ferguson where they will  reside in future.  There has been lots of fun breaking  in the French Creek Co.'s and George  Lafen-me's pack horses this week.  Mr. Page, late of the Irish Constabulary, has received a temporary appointment as constable in town.  Neat, clean and attractive,���������the kind  of printing we*, do. Mail order carefully  intended to.   Trial order solicited.  Pete Arena was in town on Thursday. His new hotel at Galena Bay  will be finished in two or three weeks.  . A handsome building is going up  .���������just west.of the old smelter office for  Mr. 3. Hutchison's new store. D. Mc-  _ai-thy, builder.  The French Creek Co's. pack train  will load up on Monday morning at  C B. Hume & Co's. warehouse and  make n break for the Big Bend.  Part of George Laforme's pack train  start eel on Thursday with supplies for  the parties tit work on the trail, and  the balance will start on Monday.  Mr. Jos. Morgan hits engaged the  services of Mr. W. Frawley. un experienced tonsorial artist from Victoria,  to assist in his barber's saloon.  Ben Green has finished building the  new government bridge at Illecillewaet which will be a considerable  convenience to the residents of the  town.  Residents of British Columbia,*will  have an opportunity in July of visiting  Revelstoke at. a single fare for the  round trip.   See ad. elsewhere.  Messrs. Bullock and Jacques of Calgary, are on the road with draught  horses and wagons for teaming between Thompson's Landing and Trout  Lake and Ferguson.  Mr. H. B. Cossar went down to Ferguson on Friday with a lot of stock,  pack horses, milk cows nnd calves.  Five of the puck horses are for Cory  Menhenick for packing up Fish Creek.  A carload of range cattle from Kamloops which were unloaded yesterday  morning by J. R. Hull to Co,, managed  to get away and were nearly at the  top of the mountain behind the town  before they were rounded up again.  ��������� A partner In Mr. W. (i. McBurney's  painting business has arrived from  Seattle in the person of' Mr. Norring-  ton. The new firm have got the contract to paint the government cold  storage building.  Anthony Goessnian of Great Falls.  Mont., Wits in the city yesterday on  his way to the Lardeau on a prospecting Crip. Mr. Gocssman is an old.  miner, having had experience in tho  mines near Neihart, Mont.���������Kootena-  iiin.  Mr. Taylor and his partners have  -coiiipleteil_theii-_-.scp_\\\^__^l_Jjitit_re-  ma'ms to be done before commencing  operations on their placer claim is to  launch her and set up the machinery  on her. The machinery should be  working in about three weeks.  The Herald's special illustrated  ���������edition, in magazine form, (10,000 copies,) will be the best thing ever published descriptive of the resources of  the country. Hold your ads. until you  ������ee our representative who will be  around in a week or two.  Mr. A. XV. Curtis, representing the  Spokane Daily Chronicle returned to  lown on Thursday. ' He*, went up the  liver as fiir as" Downie Creek When  he left last-Saturday the ferry was not  finished. He will spend another  month in North Kootenay, and will  visit the Lateleau.  A resident of Helena, who is interested as agent for an eastern company  who will furnish supplies says that the  contract for the construction of a railroad from Fort Mnc-leod. Alberta, N.  \V. r.. through the* Crow's Nest Pass,  to ii point, near Kossland. B. C, has  heen awarded hy the Canadian Pacific-  Railway Company to Sheppard to  ���������iieins eif St. Paul, lhe contractors who  built the principal portion of the Great  Northern.���������Montreal Trade-Re view.  Says a correspondent of the Free  Press, who must have been in the  country about the same time as Mr. J.  J. Young, of the Calgary Herald, and  was apparently travelling with Mr.VV.  11. Pool's little: brother Willie : " Ferguson is the chief camp of the Lardeau  as Sandon is the liveliest camp of the  Slocan. Though only a few months  old, Ferguson has nearly a elej/.en  working mines anel a population of  about 500. with every prospect of both  mines and population neing more than  doubled inside of the: next threes  months.  Mr. Robt. "W. Wilson.-of the Mining  and Scientific Press, of San Francisco,  paid a visit to Mr. Taylor's placer  claims the other clay and thinks that  the outlook is very promising for the  success of the enterpri.se. '"He came  from Kamloops to this place after  visiting Rossland and taking a tour  through the Slocan. He considers  ' that Kamloops .will eventually he as  great a gold and copper camp as  Rossland. The mines of the district  are easily accessible anil there are  Strong men from New York interested  in their development. Hut the Slocan,  he says, surpasses in wealth arty mining country ho has yet visited, anel he  has seen epiitu a few. He is going  doivn to the Lardeau shortly,  . I! '. '   if  The river is falling rapidly.  * A big consignment of first class  miner's boots iind shoes opened up at  C. IJ. Hume & Co.'s. Can be seen at  both stores.  Don't, forget the first entertainment  of the Miiyfair Varie'.v Company in  Peterson's hall tonighl. The sisters  Mayfair were well received in Montreal and Toronto and a good entertainment may bu looked for.  Dr. R. G. Brett and Mr. D. L. Man-  phersou, late inspector in tlie' N. XV.  M. Police, have puri-hased tlie Halcyon Hot Springs, and intend to erect  a mtiguiiii-cnt hotel and summer resort.  Messrs. Bourne Bros, report business  excellent at all points at which they  are operating. Their manager at Burton City, Mr. Patterson, reports large  numbers of prospectors going in at  that point, which according to all  appearances is destined to be one of  the coming camps of Kootenay.  The brass band have given their  services for the occasion of the open air  Accession service on June 20th. The  special hymns written for the Jubilee  service m England have been cabled  for, and a selection from them will he  sung to well-known times,.so that all  present can take part.  J. Reighley and J. Frisbv came in  from the Jot-dan Pass on "Thur.sd-<.y.  They have been at work on the trail  mid have got it graded and cleared of  all obstacle's us far ns Canyon Creek.  Beyond that it is brushed out. Thev  left again today and intend to pack  in supplies and start work on the  \Vildgot>st.'. The snow is still deep on  the higher peaks, but they expect to  get to work on the claim by the middle of the month.'  Mr. R. Jiimiesoii will be in the Lardeau country next week. As soon as  he gets there development on the  Morning Star, Alice, Wild Swan and  Mineral Piiiice.extetisions of the Silver  Cup lead, iind the Oriental in the  Alpha group, all of which claims have  been ai-e-uiri-d by the Winnipeg Mining e& Development, Co., anel also on  the Banff, an extension of the Philips-  burg claim, which Mr. Jamieson has  acquired in company with Sir Charles  Ross, will be commenced at once.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Jamieson registered  at the Victoria on Thurssdav. Thev  went down to Nelson yesterday. Mr.  Jamie-son is making arrangement" to  supply power by electricity to the  Rossland mines and expects to be  supplying 5000 horse power by tho end  of the year. He has formed the company and his visit to Nelson is in connection with this matter. He litis full  confidence in the ultimate future of  Rossland, though she is at present  passing through a period of depression  which is the natural consequence of  the recent excessive boom.  Revelstoke Markets.  " Retail���������Oats, seed $30. per ton. feed  $2S per ton: butter, tub, dairy 33c:..  creamery. 25 to' 28c. ; potatoes S2S  per ton; hay. titnothv aud clover,  $25 per ton; wild hay, S'15; beef, bv the  carcase, 9c; pork, by the carcase,'13c:  mutton, 15c; eggs, fresh, 15c. to 20c.  per doz.  DIED  McLaughlin���������On Sunday morning.  IJOtli May, at the residence of her  daughter, Mrs. W. J. Lee, at.Revelstoke*. Mrs. K. Mi-Lauchlin, of Oxbow, N.W.T.. aged OS years. _  MARRIED.  Offickr���������RnotvN���������On tho 2nd inst..  at the resitlt-nce of thi.* briele'.-" parents. Facie Point, Orecron. W. Bc*ni.  Olfi'Pi-. M.D., of Gray Valley. Cal..  lo Cora Elizabeth, daughter of Mr.  Georije Brown, and niece of Mr. W.  M. Brown of this place.  -Eijiv-ards���������P-a-v-ne���������On_the_2nd-inst...  hy Rev. J. A. Woods, at. the residence of the bride's parents, T. E.  Edwards to Miss Ada Pavne, both  of Re*.v-t*lstoke.,  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  The Pioneer Store  of  Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS &C0.,  General flerchants.  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 on the continent of America.  By purchasing from us it will save you  many a weary step.  Batho & Co.,  xr~"~  -&.  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  Ferguson; B. C.���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  Balmoral Hotel,  Cummings & Sparling, Proprietors.  First Class acttoiiiiiiodiition.    The* bar  supplied  with the best Wines,.  Liquors and Cigars.  ^*E5I^G-XJSO"]*>r,  IB. O.  Prospectors!  Now is Your Time to  Make a Strike!  Money,  time and  trouble saved   by  buying your supplies in sight ot the  mines at Revelstoke prices.    -  Yours for business,  I.  M.  CITRON,  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B.C.  "  Sm-rlrn  THE I XL STORE  Is the place Io buy your Tobacco,  Cigars, Slat.ionai-y,Fi-iiits, Candies,  Patent Medicines. Perfumery Etc.  Agents for the White Swan Creamery  Butter and Cheese.  We sell for cash and give our patrons  tho  benefit, by selling our goods  at the lowest prices.  Small profits, e|uicK  returns; live and  let live, is our motto.  Teaming'and jobbing done promp'tly.  Houses For Sai.u.  J. M. McCALLUM, Manager.  Revelstoke Station.  TENDERS-;  \-~ai-."- RK RECEIVFD BY THE  UVDBR-  ai-ne*el op io .lun*; 9th, tor the uoiiitiuction  of about Five (5) miles o������  WAGON ROAD  bstwroi forks of the Lirdenu Riverand a point  on South fork thereof.  Sfp*'Ctflcati''iis may h������ seen at C. B. Hume &  Co.. Revelstoke and FeiKUSon, and at Foley's  llotel. Arrowhe.ir..  The l-iw'tjst-.-or-auy��������� tcndcr,-not-neccssarlly_  accepted.  H. CABRY, C. E.  For L F. R. & C. G. V. Ij. Co.  Good Business Building to Rent  Enquire of " W. r. B."' at this office.  MITCHELL  &  CO  TUITION  Miss Lesa Martin will give Piano or  Organ Instruction at pupil's residence.  Private Lnssons in German, Shorthand, and Oali.-tthenirs. ��������� Typewriting  done by the hour. Apply at, the  Kindergarten from 0 a.m. to 12 noon.  Imytf  Situation Wanted.  A flm clans tailor, cutter and fitter, alio a  Booe* salesman. wintP situation. 3) years ex-  periinco.   Apply "AJ" Herald office.  Wanted.  At once a good cook tit Thomson's I-andlng,  App y at the Herald Olllco. m22  Lost.  On the 2nd Inst., somewhere between Allen"*  brewery and Dr. JcflV residence*, a sold necklet with a heart shaped pendsnt ret with  noarls. Finder please leavo at thin office or at  Union hotel.  Albert Stone,  "rroprletor.  STOCKHOLM HOUSE  Refitted, Enlarged. Improved  Every-ray.  jj Best $1. a day house In town.  f. Choice Wines, Liquors) and Cigurit.  ������J Tho prospector's home.  Front Street,  Mo bua.  REVELSTOKE  Revelstoke Hospital  Maternity room in connection.  ."Vaccine kept on hand.  Drs. McKechnie & Jeffs, Attendants.  NOTICE.  BY VIRTUK of warrant of exocution i������siicd  out of the coiir"; at Kuvolstoko. B. C���������  datcel Fourth day of June, 1807, and to mo  direct." d I have seized tho goods ot the dofend-  nnt. w\ II Howard, of K������velstoke, for tho sum  of 3185.Mf, with all other legal costs and. shall  sell the tutttie by public nuctlon on the tenth  day of June, 1807 at ten o'clock a.ni. on the  premises. Front St.. to, cover Balel amount  unless said sums arc sooner ptid.  Sam'l Needham,  Deputy Sheriff,  floods constat of large quantity of potatoes  and turnips.  L'tited this 5th day ol June, 1SU7,  INSURANCE  AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  A. McGUIRE,  Dealer in all kinds of  Farm Produce,  ^SALMON ARM, B.C.  Write for Prices.,  C. B. Maclean  ARCHITECT . ._.  AND DESIGNER.  Kitimat.es furnished. Mans and tpeclfica-  tions made. Am also pnparcd to do shop  and job work on the shortest norice. Satisfaction guaranteed In every ciij.<_. ly'all or  write for terms.  flain Street, Revelstoke,   -  -  -  B. C.  JAS. HUTCHISON  .'Oit.axf __������a_#a_J_a OT _______ _r%*(������irvin raT  Agent for the Bliekensderfer  Typewriter  f.B. VCbbS   I  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  W.  B. PEASE  & CO.,  REVEL2STOKE STATION   .  ;    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.  Before hitting the Hills  Get your Medicine Chest refitted at  Parcels Delivered  We Never Sleep  REVELSTOKE STATION  T. L. HAIG, Sole Agent.  Heavy* Draying and  Transfer Work  a Spcialty-  Tenming of all kinds receives piompt  attention.  -Tlie "*blaze face" horse is lhe sign  board.  REVELSTOKE STATION,   B.  C.  A PARI fl An oC I*;il*e"'ot;the-."Vooil8 Flour  UMnLUHU just received at tho Hovel-  f-toko Bakery, also th* llrs* conftiunmemt of  confectionery, biscuits, eonne-el goods. jclliuB,  jams, condensed m'lk, pit kles, c-inned meats,  t-auces. spices, diied undeviiporatcei frulta and  everything to be found in ti well rcgulatotl  confectionery Btoro.  A. N. SMITH.  Your Summer Suit?  Have yon decided to pet one? If  so, we can lit yem. either in a  ready-to-wear or tailor made, anil  at it* remarkably low price. Our  Htoe-lc was never better or larger to  choose from, and the workman-  Hhipand lit. is guaranteed. Itpays  to get gooel clolhe'H. aiiel ive ask  - yon to try im with yonr next  order. Come in and look over our  goods anyway.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  KHVKI_KTOICK  STATION",   II. C.  SHAVING AND  HAMPOOINQ  BATHS, Hot  Cold^,  or  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  Another large and complete stock of Tobaccos  jnst reccircil. al?o a line stock of  Confectionery  J.  MORGAN, Tonsorial Artist  GANADI&N B1GYGLE  That received an award at thu World's Columbian I'jxpoe-ition for points of general oxcellcnco  was tho Brantford Red Bird, tho .strongest,  speediest and most bauutlf ul bicycle sold in tho  Dominion today.  BRANCHES  Toronto,  Montreal,  St. John,  Winnipeg,  Sydney, Australia.  THE WISDOM OF THIS AWARD  Is verified by tho fact that four out of flvo of the  Class B championships for '95, and four out of  flvo of tho professional championships for '00  were won on a Bod Bird Notwithstanding  what the lldors ot other wheel* may do, tho  fact remains that when anything worth winning  is won, tho trick Is generally done on the faat  and beautiful.Eed Bird.  s  THE GOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd.,  Thee* famous Wheels are Bold by the BRANTFORD.  COWAN-HOIiTEN-DOWNS CO  W. A. NETTLE!'  Carpenter and Contractor  PlanB and Estimates Prepared.'  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B. C.  FOR SALE  A Strong Frame Building 24x40  Sj stories, 10 feet ceilings, studding 2x6,1G inch  centres, roof and outside painted, situated  near the old smelter, for particulars as to  prico and terms call on or write  L. A. Fretz.  maylOtf Itcvelstolte Station  G. E. SHAW,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  RBAti  ESTATE AGENT.  Desirable Residences for Sale or to Let.  Conveyancing in all its brrnches.  Firo Insurance.  W. Cf. BIRNEY,  PAINTER  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Care of Union Hotel, Bevclstoko.B.C.  REVELSTOKE  1  /{,  *1  DESIRABLE  RESIDENTIAL LOTS  FOR SA.LE���������situate between the Methodist Church and the brow of the hill,,  near the old town.     Por prices and particulars'apply to *  &  A  IRON WORKS  BLACKSniTHING and  JOBBINd,  PLUriBlNO and PIPE-FITTING,  TlNSrUTHlNQ and SHEET,IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty.  Robt. Gordon,  ���������   Revelstoke Sta.  ��������� ������������������-���������- '���������.    ,     , ' \'r      ��������� ii,

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