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Array \x  \i  ������'.>.  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  y>   >  -isstjed twice-jl-*w*:e:e:k: ��������� we.d.-I-t.es.d.a'Y's  j^htjd  sattt:r,:da-2"s-  Vol.  I.    No. 41.  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  _ggE_3ggggggagggagagg(  Shopping  ^ Letter  THK first thing wise pt-ople think ot  when ordering goods by mail is the &  capacity for business of those they write n!s  to. The reputatlrn. we enjoy for promptness makc-i our Mail 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 price lists and samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ������ ' ...^Calgary....  T. L. HAIG  Sole Agent for  evelstoke  Townsite  -    .   ..    MINING  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  .C HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  t   SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  *2TOFFICK :   M eil bnildlng. Revclstoko. B.C.   _j   RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  "Barrister. Solicitor, &c.  Notary Public.  Offloe npstalra in Smith's block, Pticifle Ave.  ���������,-.-���������-..Revelstoke Station. B.  C.    *    -    ���������  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  -Regular meetings are ho.d in the* Oeld Fellows'Hall on thcseico-id and fourth Wtdne*-  elays 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.  DraTlng nnil   Peli\ery Work a  specialty at  lowest prires.  .Teams always n*ndy at a moment's notico.       '  Agent for the Stand ird Oil Company. _  T.   ABRIEL,  ������������������x.\i:i;sp.=n. c-���������  Real Estate, Mines'and Insurance  For ' Informaiion on m'ncral claims on  Cariboo Creek, write at once and get particulars. !8mrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Ruccessors to Hull Bros. et Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  ���������    i   Beer. Pork. Etc:.  KAMLOOP8   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders,In onr lino promptly ftllod.  ~~        R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painters"'*'   '  and Decorator  BIGS PAINTINO A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  12TH OF JULY CELEBRATION !  A Big Day in  Revelstoke  . Under the auspices ot the Loyal Orango Lodge  Splendid, progratr.nie 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 be in attendance.  Brass Band, Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited, Everybodywelcome.  Particulars later.  E. Adatr. W. M T. J. Graham, Reo.-Sec.  A Delicious Drink  is the verdict of everyone who tries  SOFT DRINKS  ��������� AT ���������  CHAS, J. AMAN VFou���������������r  A complete line of Tobaccos,   Sta- |,  tioncry and Fancy Goods at the  lowest prices.  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  Bourne Bros.  General .  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke,vStatlon, Nakusp,  New Denver and,Burton City.  Dealers in   Heavy' and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  Revelstoke-.  ��������� 'Hardware  Wholesale and Retail  -   " ! _     1  Builders' and   Miners' Supplies.  ��������� Dealing 11s we do in only the  one line, onr stock is new and  complete and our prices are  right.  A Tinsmithing Establishment  is run in connection, and any-  ~=       ~tliinjj-in-tlieTtiii-line-wiH-he  made    to    order���������tin-roofing,  - eave-troughing, etc. Kslimates  given on furnace work.  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil &  Rubber Stamp Company.  g~V*JYtail ��������� Orders   in ' any   quantity  carefully looked after.  Write for prices.  W.  n.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,  Revelstoke Station.  Kevklbtoke Station 1  B.C.  ������������������������*S3  O.H.Allen  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 vain-proof on  his new brew house he can  supply you with quantity as  well as the usual good quality.  I  Revelstoke  Brewery.  <���������������*������"  ������������������6*3fc  k  If You Have a  _       MINE TO SELL  or wish it 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 Ava,  Spokane.  Wash.  GUY BARBER,  Jeweller and Watchmaker  C. P. R. Time Inspector  OUR SOUVENIR EDITION  It is now about five months since  the Herald made its appearance in  Revelstoke. It has received a gratifying measure of support, and litis shewn  itself earnest in promoting all that  makes for the good of the community  from which it derives its existence.  Its local news service is conceded to be  far above the average of papers .of a  similar class, and through its very-  large exchange list with other journals  the occurrences of this district are  chronicled far and wide.  For the events of the clay or .the  week the record of the newspaper is  sufficient, but it has been borne in  upon the management of the Herald  that something of a more permanent  nature than even a special edition of  the paper is necessary at the present  time for the purpose of advising the  outside world of the vast mining  resources of this exceptionally favored  locality.  In another column is printed a letter  from Mr. 11. W. Wilson' which in the  main indicates a line of policy which  the Herald litis determined to carry  out if backed by the business men and  property owners of the district. It is  intended to get out with as little delay  as possible a "' Diamond Jubilee Souvenir" in the shape, of the handsomest  and most artistic descriptive ��������� book  that has yet appeared from any locality in this province. The book will  treat of everything connected with  this district, will be printed on tlie  best possible paper, illust rated in the  most perfect forms of modern art, and  of sufficient literary excellence to"  inuke> it the standard authority and  guide book to the . Revelstoke country  for many years to come. This is no  fake advertising scheme, but an em-nest'attempt'upon'"the' piirfvof the  proprietors of this paper to co-operate  with their neighbors and supporte'rs in  promoting and developing 11 prosperity  in which all are alike interested. It is  only by the hearty co operation of the  mine and claim-owners that the Heii-  ald can bring out a publication that  will be worthy of the great country  which it will describe. It will be a  book that everyone in,the community  will be proud to'scud to friends at a  distance.', or it will not be'published at  all.  The compilation of the Souvenir will  take time iind much labour, and the  photographers' and printers' work will  be expensive, but after carefully studying the"iiiiitter-in-iill -its-"buiiriugs-the  publishers of the Herald have ..decided to bring tho book out at as early a  date as possible. They invite communications from all interested in  mines, timber hinds, ranches, stores,  hotels or any other kind of business  carried on in the districts through  which the Herald circulates, aud any  suggestions will be most thankfully  received. Representatives of the Hee-  alel will visit the various localities as  soon as possible and persons or companies wishing to have* mention made  of their properties will do well to  communicate with the "Souvenir  Editor" Revelstoke Hkkald without  delay.  A PARTIZAN POSTMASTER.  It is perfectly absurd considering the  interests at stake and the large quantity of important correspondence passing into and out of the lower country  by this route that the post office  officials diel not have everything ready  to take advantage of the daily train  and boat service by starting a daily  mail service nn the same date. The  whole energies of the Postmaste"  General appear to be absorbed in  hitting Conservative partizan postmasters in the neck, in order to make  room for good and faithful Grits, in  the interests of political purity.   Ho  has been at it for about a year now,  i.  and it is about time he left this delightful amusement aud got down to  business. It is now the second  week in June and the Big Benel  contract, which was to have been let  by the first of May, is still lying  pigeon-holed at Ottawa. Mr. Mulock  is being paid a very sufficient salary  to look after one of the most 'inpor-  tant business departments at Ottawa.  It is one which should be run solely on  business principle)?, which in this case  do not consist, as Mr. Mulock appears  to imagine in a peddling economy, but  in prompt attention, to the fresh  necessities,' continually   arising  in   a  new and fast developing country.  Even where modern facilities of transportation .-ire absent, a good mail service can do an immense amount for  the development of a district. On the  other hand insufficient mail facilities  keep it back and hinder progress. If  the Dominion Government want to  help Kootenay, an elastic postal system, keeping even pace with the re-  ([tiircmetits of the rapid development  of the country is one of thu very best  methods, which they can adopt. Uii-  fortun.-itely they have made a most  unfortunate selection in their Postmaster General, and there is very  little likelihood Qiao anything but a  2x4 system of peanut politics and tin-  pot economies will ever come out of  the department under his management.  AT THE NEW TOWNSITE.  i'  Business and Pleasure at Comaplix, the  New Townsite at the Mouth of Fish  ��������� Creek.  From Our Own Correspondent.  Comapux, June 5���������Tho Kootenay  Lumber Co's. mill is running night and  day to fill orders. 'Their steamer, Lardeau, makes a trip twice a day between Arrowhead, Thompson's Landing and this point. The tug Archer is  about finished, and will be ready for  bnsiness in. a few days.-   .  Mitgee to Green-have removed Hotel  Lardeau to this townsite. Thay have  doubled the capacity of the hotel by  excavating a basement. 24xS0. where  the saloon, dining room and kitchen  will he located. Business is rushing  as crowds of prospectors are coming  in and locating in the Fish Creek district. '     -  Mr. Parr, O.E., has a gang of men  surveying the townsite into lots which  will be; placed onfthe market shortly.  Mr. O. Menhenick, Mining Recorder,  has had his hands full the last few days  recording Fish Greek claims'. With  his accustomed enterprisohe. has pur-  chascdTt pack train to freight -iiiinei's  supplies into the Fish Greek'and Trout-  Lake Districts.    " ...  Mr. P.M. Shay and Mr. Ed. Fail  have just completed two snug cottages.  The latter g-tve a house warming on  the night of- the fourth, which took  the form of asocial hop, (the first in  Comaplix). The ladies turned out in  force,.and a most enjoyable eveninii  wtis spent. Mr. O. McCoi'i-issoii's  orchestra supplied the music. Mr.  Shay leaves for Revelstoke on Sunday  to meet his wife anil sister, who intend to reside here permanently.  Jlr. J. E. Rtiyne, secretary of the  Kootenay Lumber Co., and malinger  of the store has been very busy this  last week opi*iimg~up~his'ii_w"ste)ek~"of  groceries, dry goods and all kinds of  miners' supplies.  Mr. W. H. Armstrong, foreman on  the Fish Creek trail returned today  from Mc-Dougall Creek with his party,  having finished work in that locality.  They will start on Monday to put  through necessary improvements on  Pool Creek.    **  ABSTRACT'OF   RECORDS.  For the   Illecillewaet   Mining   Division,  Month of May, 1897.  LOCATIONS.  May 7���������Norway, S. Olson; Dandy  and lluby. Otto Steele*; Bcnnings, II.  Benning; Badger, A. Stenstroine and  IO. Scott; Bonanza, II. Benning; Grand  View. A. Stcnstrome anil 1". Scott;  Golelen Eagle, A. Steiisfromc and W.  Scott; Golden Gnp, A. Stciistromc and  XV. Scott.  May 10���������Dry Ore, Otto Abeling;  Pride nf the West.W.J.Lappan and J.  H. Pinkerton; Morning Star, Silas  Spencer and J. Lap pan.  May 14���������Angus, Angus McLeod; C.  P.R..W.J. Lappan and J.Cullen; Silver  Grown, D. Mct.'ormick.  May 15���������London, Chas. Baines.  .May 18���������Now York, A. H. Utley.  May 10���������Chariot, A. Blae-kberg.  May 28���������Western Star, J. J. Haslop;  Bellville, J. H. Pinkerton; Rising Sun,  James Lappan; Boston Boy, Silas  Silencer.  'May 20���������Jupiter, Elizabeth Scott;  May 31���������Cordova, D. G. Stewart, J.  A. McMillan, XV. S. Egan and E. H.  McMillan.  TRANSFERS  May 1-Mountain   Maid.  J, interest  from J. M. O'Toole to G. Gordon Gold  berg.-  May 24���������Bobbie Burns from T. L.  Woolsev to George Lanier.  May 27���������Pry Ore from Otto Abeling  to George Lamer.  BIRTHS.  A FRIENDLY SUGGESTION  Of Interest to the Herald's Readers.  To the Editor ok The Herald:  Sir, I notice with pleasure that your  paper proposes to bring out a " Diamond Jubilee Souvenir," in the form  e)f sin illustrated book descriptive of  Itevelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon,  .Ionian Pass and other neighboring  districts. As u friendly suggestion 1  venture to oiler the opinion, that the  book should be gotten out without  delay. We are now Hearing the middle of June, and the months of popular and pleasant travel will not extend  beyond the time when the snow flics  next fall. To one like myself travelling  around looking for information such  it book as your projected souvenir  would be of the greatest possible  assistance, and my case is typical of  that of most visitors to   your district.  Trustworthy information about the  resources of this locality, the means of  communication, its accommodations  for travellers, its stores, business mwi,  and prominent individuals, arranged  in ii convenient, artistic and -handy  form with a good index is what is  wanted. Such a publication would.  if properly distributed, direct an enormous influx of capital and population  to this district, resulting in .inuch  mining development and general prosperity. It should not be a book to  advertise or glorify individuals bub  should be one grand advertisuient for  the people of this district and its  rusonrces. The truth, iind only tho  truth, should be set forward in an  attractive, way. ...Prospects should, not  '---   ���������"'"''      '������������������������"������������������ ,��������� -    '������������������ mid prospect-  he'i.'i'l?.  i) K  V-  Wood���������On June Cth. the wife of Rev.  J. A. Wood, of a son.  ReinixsoK���������On June 7th,  the wife of  B. Robinson, of a son.  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD  development  But~th<_Pprincipiu uiing to- make the  book valuahle is to ensure wide distribution where it will reach the molded  class that it is desirable to attract  here. The Herald's - forthcoming  work should be on sale in" every store  and hotel in the Revelstoke" district.  In the hotels of .Victoria^. Vancouver,  and Chose of all the. principal eastern  cities and mining centres of the United  States the. book should be found. It,  should be sold on the trains fcoui the  east and west, and should be obtainable wherever the C.P.R. has agencies  for the distribution of the admirable  literature which it circulates for the  informatiou e)f strangers.- , -    -  There" are "many "people who in a  somewhat pharisaical spirit' go .about  deprecating anything iu the nature of  ti boom. A boom based upon" false  pretenses and exaggeration is undoubtedly a calamity. A rush, or a "boom"  if ��������� critics prefer to,so call it, where  nature has provided marvelous l-esour"  ces is tis legitimate business as that of  the trader whose immense store is  filled with honestly bought goods,.anel  who by legitimate advertising has  attracted enormous crowds to empty  his shelves. The publication of your  Diamond Jubilee Souvenir is as legitimate work for you to undertake as is  the publication of your semi-weekly  advertising columns." Every person  has their own sphere of work in a  community and it seems, eminently  fitting that the Herald should bring  out a woi;k descriptive of the district  in which it circulates, that will be a  soiu-ce-of-satisfact.iou���������and���������enhanced  prosperity lo every mining and business man in the community. Such a  work ought to receive the heartiest  and most cordial support of all.  As to the value of the work it would  be easy to quote similar cases. The  rapid development of South Africa  was largely brought about by the  pictorial literature that was 'freely  circulated in Grunt Britain. The same  is true of the Australian colonics and  New Zealand. California has (jitm-n  up on advertising her resources in the  eastern states. In fact the boards of  supervisors of the different counties  in California are authorized by statute  to spend large sums in advertising  their localities outside the state. Ali  through thu United States, more  especially in the newer slates, the  best advertised communities are today  the most progressive', and prosperous.  Willi the enormous mining and  other resources at its doors it is time  that North Koolenay was inviting the  outside world lo come in and assist  it iu their development, anil this,  your book should eflcetually do.  Yours truly,  .."       Rout. W. Wilson.  Revelstoke, 8fh June.  Found Dead.  Yesterday morning early some of the  railway men discovered the body of a  man under the bushes at the foot of  the hill above the station. He was  lying on his face and was quite, dead  when discovered. He was recognized  as a man named S. D. Shear, a bridge  man. who had h'een drinking heavily  lately. The night before he had  boarded an engine which George Caldwell was watching, and Inul tried to  get irito the fire box and acted in other  respects as if demented. He went  away and lay down on the station  platform for a while and then got up  and wandered away, not being seen  again until found de.iel next morning.  The body was taken to R. S. Howson to Co's. undertaking rooms, where  an autopsy was performed by Dr.  Sutherland of Laurie. Dr. Maclean,  the coroner, held an inquest bust night,  which was adjourned for further evidence. The body was taken up to the  cemetery and buried this morning.  The stomach has been sent down to  the* const for analysis..  HEINZE GETS THERE  COLUMBIA  WESTERN    KNOCKS  OUT   COAST-KOOTENAY  SCHEME.  The Minister of Railways says there is  no Evidence that a Line from Pen-  ticton to the Coast is Feasible, and  the Government will not Assist such a  Costly Scheme. j  (Special to the Herald.)  Ottawa. June 9.���������Before the railway committe yesterday; Dr. Milne*  and Mr. McLean, of Vancouver, spoke  against the Columbia Western, Mr.  Bostock in its favor. The feeling was  running against the bill until Mr:  Blair made a long speech, bluntly  telling the advocates of the Vancouver  Victoria and Western that the government would not assist an undertaking which would require ~10,000,0G0:  Tho Columbia Western was chartered  in British Columbia hefore the Coast-  Kootenay road, anel had already given  proof that their financial ability was  sound.- They were the first in the  field, and there was not conclusive  evidence of the feasibility- of the line  between Penticton and the coast. Tt  is a foregone conclusion that the  .Heinze scheme will go through.'* The"  final decision will be given tomorrow.  CANADA'S  PREMIER    ...  Will  be   Received  with   Distinguislied,  Honors in England.'.,' '.".  _a  ��������� Montreal, June 9���������Premier Laurier"  by order of the Colonial office will. bv.  given distinct honors iind precedence"  in   all   festivities   of "the jubilee.' At  Liverpool he will be met by the Duke  of Devonshire and the lord Mayor, the"  Earl of Derby.   He will receive a spec-"  itil welcome at Glasgow and Edinburgh"  and will.ride injv.decoralted'.trjiinfrom"  Scotland to London, where--.Chamber-'  lain   will . meet  and - escort  Canada's"  first minister to the Hotel Cecil as the'  guest of the nation.   After the jubilee,  festivities Premier'Laurier will visit  Rome. , '    .'  '   Revelstoke Markets.  . Retail���������Oats, seed $30 per-ton. feed  $28 per ton; butter, tub. dairy 23c..  creamery, 25 to 28c. ; potatoes S2S  per ton; hay, timothy and clover,  $25 per ton; wild hay, $15; beef, by the -  carcase, 8c; pork, by the. carcase, 13c:.;  mutton, 15c; eggs, fresh, 15c. to 20c.  per doz.  THE NEW YORK MARKET/'"''''  p   Today's Quotations in the Metal Market.-  New  York, JeiiieFO^Bar silvefTGO;   ~  copper,  dull; broker's,   11;  exc*hange. -  11.25;   lead,   firm;  broker's,  3.12_ ex-'  change, 3.30.  The Open Switch Gets its Work-in.  An open switch about two miles below heie on the Arrowhead line was  responsible for a nasty accident on .'  Monday. A freight train comprising ''-'  amongst others four cars of beef steers  for Mr. P. Burns' and a -carload of  horses and freighting outfit which Mr.  IL Bullock and J: B. Jacques of Calgary, were taking in to freight on the.  Ferguson trail,ran on to tlie sidetrack  at a gootl rate, and wrecked a couple  of cars standing on it. while* the- en-'  gitie of the freight plunged off the  track and buried itself iu the* bank  under 11 big cedar stump. The* engineer and fireman downed brakes and  jumped, the former rolling right under  the moving cars. Both escaped but  tlie engini'ttr's leg was injured. The  front trucks of thcllrst car, which was  one of the cattle* cars, ran olf as well. .  hut no more. If it had not been for  the air brakes, there woulil have been  a very serious accident to record. As  it was the drawheads and brakes of  the train gava ample evidence e>f the  tiemendous power applied to stop her.  The Mayfair Co.  A fair-sized house greeted the May-  fair Co. on their opening night, Saturday last, in Peterson's Hall. Altogether, the entertainment was an enjoyable one. Little Loo's performance  on the mandolin were excellent. The  exhibitions of skirt and step dancing  by the same lady, while they displayed nothing really difficult. in these  lines, were gone through gracefully,  and were well received. Miss Flo  Mayfair's instrumental contributions  to tlu* programme were much appreciated. The vocal selections were perhaps the wcakc.-t part of the entertainment, and considerable awkwardness  was manifested by some of the male  performers. These defects will no  doubt be remedied tis the company gets  into working orde*r. Jlr. Chas. Fletn-;  ing's Irish jig dancing hit the fancy of  the .audience, and was enthusiastically  encored. This concluded the entertainment, and Ihe hall was cleared- at-,  half past ten o'clock.  , a  t  il  ',* .Agents :  Victoria Powder Co.  G. B  Agento:  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale and Retail General Merchants.  J4EW 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,  fiOUX in STOCK ...  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE, one Car of  TINWARE and STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners  and Builders.  Our Supply oi Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Bight.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are the Best That Can Be Procured-IN PRICE We Can Compote With Any.  STORES:     KEVGkSTOKe,    TROUT  I9AH6 CITV,    F6RGUS0N.  Revelstoke   Herald  JOHN SON & P~CTTiriECl~  Proprietors and Publishers  A Semi-Weokly .Tom-rial, published in the  ntcrebts ot Rovelstoke and the surrounding  islrlct, Wednesdays and Saturdays, making  oscst connections with ull trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads. ~l.t>0 per  columniuch.$2.UUpcrincliwlieninsertedon title  page. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) line for  tlrst insertion; 8c Cor oaoli additional insertion.  Heading notices, lSc per lino each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, tree.  . Subscription Hates: By mail or carrier. ~2,00  per annum ; $1,25 for six months, striotly in  dvance.   -  Our Job Department: In ic Herald Job  Department is ono of tho bent oquipped  printing offices in .West Kootenay, nnd is pro-  pared to exeouto ell kinds of pric ting in lirst  class style at honest prices. Ono prico to all.  No job too largo���������none too small���������for us. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Give us a irial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: We invite correspondence on any subject of interest to tho general  public, and desire a reliable regular correspondent in every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all easeB the bona lido namo  of the writer must accompany manuscript; but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  well acquainted with passing events,  and they are sociable, as intelligent;  fond of dancing and other amusements  that gratify their social instincts.  They arc so fond of dancing that  they have a dance party once and  sometimes twice a week. Perhaps the  altitude, the light air and being shut  in by tlie mountains, will account for  this tendency; There being no professional amuser thev amuse themselves.  There beingneither soil nor climate  Barkerville produces only two things;  gold aud swamp hay, much more of  the latter than the former since it is  almost as valuable, being e*ighty dollars a ton last fall.   ���������  At the present Barkerville is a prosperous city and its future depends  upon the success of its mines, of which  the people entertain not the least  doubt, believing and not without reason, that mining in Cariboo is in its  infancy. Here both capital md organized labour may be profitably invested'  but, for the individual miner there is  no encouragement since the labour-  market is glutted and the shallow  mines worked out.  George Ferguson.  1. AH -correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with tho proper name  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with roference to any  thing that has appeared in another paper  must first be offorod for publication to that  paper before it can appear in TnE Herald.  SATURDAY.  JUNE 5,  1807.  BARKERVILLE  A" PIONEER GIVES INTERESTING  INFORMATION  , Boom Towns of the Cariboo and  Their Dwellers ��������� Only Barkerville  Remains���������Its Peopleand Amusements  As freqent inquiries are made about  Barkerville, ils whereabouts and the  number of its population, I have prepared foi The Herald the following  particulars respecting it.  In the spring of lSlil gold was discovered on William Creek, above the  canyon, which called inio existence a  town named Riclilieltl.in which are the  Provincial Public Buildings. During the  following year gold being discovered in  . the tleep "ground below the canyon  both by W. Barker and J.A.Cameron,  Barkerville and Camerton sprung  into existence, the one a mile the  other two miles below Richfield. For  several years these three cities did it  tnrivingbusiness. but the mines boing  gradually worked out both Richlielr.  anel Camerton sunk into obscurity.  At present nothing remain of ae  remind anyone of the* t-xistencs to  large town at Richfield, were it not  tor the Government buildings even  the name woultl be forgotten. As for  Camerton, the foundation- arc buried  '20 feet beneath tbe present bed of the-  Creek so that no traces remain of that  once fameel city.  While those two c.ities gnulually  sunk into obscurity j-Sarkcryillc con-  ' linued to flourish���������to increase in population, in wealth and in importance  ���������because' it is the centre of a large  number of other rich Creeks besides  William Creek anil its rich tribuLai ies.  It is the distributing point for l.owhee  Creek, for Mosquito Creek, for Grouse,  Antler and a large number of other  Creeks. But Barkerville not only  sends goods to the adjacent Creeks  but weekly receives and transmits  their gold dust to tbe lower country.  Tndeeelit has been the; greatest r.antre-  of mining activity in the province.  In early davs four or five: thousand  men were on William Cieek, the most  of whom resided in Barkerville, but at  the present time the population is  only about three hundreel .beside the;  members on the adjacent creeks. It.  lias four hotels, four saloons, two  churches, a public school, and.'twelve  or fifteen families with nearly thirty  children. It hns a postoffice, telegraph  office, hospital, Masonic hall anti public  hall.  It'is situated sixty milc3 east of the  mouth of the Quesnelle Kiver anel  three hundred miles from Ashcroft, on  tbe C.P.R. It has a weekly mail, the  stage leaving Ashcroft every Monday  morning and arriving in Barkerville  Thiiesday evenings; fare is forty-two  dollai-s and ahalf.  The citizens are a free, bright.sharp.  orderly, law-abiding, intelligentpeople,  THE BRITISH YUKON  tween $-10X00 and $50,000. "It is claimed that $100 to $5C9 per day can be  made oil' ground that his been prospected so far." "Two men took out  $I.00S in two days. "Three men, working very irregularly, washed out $1800  in eight days." "Placer prospects continue more and more encouraging  iind extraordinary. It is beyond  doubt that three pans on different  claims on Eldorado turned out $20-1,  $212, and $210." It must, however, be  borne in mind that the winter lasts  for nearly three-fourths of the year.  THE OLD LADIES  INDULGE IN COMPLIMENTS TO  THE QUEEN.  Chartered   Company���������How  They  Develop the EI Dorado.  Will  and  Ninety dollars a sack for flour,  everything else in proportion.  That is the slate of things existing  in the* Canadian Yukon district. The;  country is pi-ai-tic.-itly honeycombed  with gold, but the cost of carrying  provisions into the district is so heavy  as to preclude any attempt at development upon any large scale.  Tbe gold is there. How can it best  be got ai? That is the problem whicli  a number of British capitalists, headed  by His Highness the Duke of Teck.  havo set, themselves to solve. With  this object in view they have applied  to the Dominion Parliament for an act  of incorporation as the British Yukon  Chartered Company. The capital of  this company is placed at ������].~"Q.G"0,  and its chief object i-= so to develop  and open up the Yukon Country that  its wonderful  wealth may he opened  Sir Oliyer and Sir Mackenzie Join Hands  in the Demonstration���������The Crow's  Nest Proposition to be Submitted  to Caucus.  Ottawa, June 2.-Amid a stir of great  enthusiasm the Senate this afternoon  adopted the joint address of both  houses to Heir Majestv. Sir Oliver  Mowat in moving the address and Sir  Mackenzie-Bowell in seconding it made  appropriate speeches.  THE  CROW'S NEST  It is said the Crow's Nest Pass prop,  osition is to be submitted by the  Government to a Liberal caucus to-  nighl. It will invoice the payment of  SS,5C0 per mile to the C.P.R., in return  for which the company makes an  important concession regarding freight  rates.  PROROGATION TALK.  There is talk in the lobbies to-night  of Parliament proroguing on the 19th  to enable most of the members to  celebrate the Jubilee at their own  homes.  up to tbe Iiar"d-y_]iiine"iisT)rUV(J~iV7Tria  C. II. Wilkinson, the representative  in Canada of the British svndicate.  explained the .-"nation to a Montreal  Star reporter the other day in a manner which throws much light on the  subject. The bill incorporating tbe  proposed companv bus passed the-  Commons, and is now before the  Senate.  "We do not ask anything in our  application which could not be exercised by any private individual, except  power to build a railroad, for whicli,  of course, we require parliamentary  sanction. -j  "When we get our charter we pr.i-  pnee to start work at once. At  present we are constructing a pick  trail thiough the White Pa-s. and as-  soon as that is finished we will commence our surveyx. In order to i-liow  the difficulties e>f transportation into  that country lor, me tell you that, for  the*, first 15 or 20 miles nlone the co-'t  of packing runs trom 11 to '31 cents per  pound. "1 have: now in rny pn���������lesswn  applications from a merchant at  Juneau for tho packing of at b'.-ist  1(301) tons of freight..  "Now, as each pack hor=e going  through the White Pius can only  carry 200 pounels, you can see that  WW" horses will be* rerpiired tor this  work alone.  "Some complaint has been nmdo in  certain quarters about our proposal to  collect, it royalty upon the precious  minerals mined within the territe*ry.  But I claim that the miners woultl be-  tiir butter olf under such a syst em than  th'-ty in-a now.  "We; expect a largo influx of miners  this season���������the season has hardly  begun yet,���������but in view of the great  clii'licul'tie-a of transportation no gte-it  di'velopmenbof the country is possible  until some railway ..facilities are: pro  videtd. If we: are allowed to get our  charter we: will go ahead with tin-  work next season. We are in earnest,  and, if given a, chance, will prove that  our proposals will be of benefit to  to Canada.," .  To show the; wonderful wealth of  the Yukon country. Mr. Wilkinson  epioted from the report of Mr. William  Ogilvie, ot his exploration of thnf.  territory: "'Gold is found all along the;  valley oi' Sixty Mile Kivor and .under  more.((favourable conditions, both  mercantile and climatic, it would yield  good results to large;* enterprises."  There are nearly lOOclaims.all of whicli  pay well. One: on Miller Creek will  yield from $75,000 to $80,000- this  season, and  the owner  will   net  be-  THE VICTIMS   BURIED  AN    IMPOSING    CEREMONY-  PRINCE ALBERT���������  AT  The Remains of Policemen. Hockin and  Kerr Laid at Rest���������Precession a.  Mile Long���������The Wounded Doing  Well  West Prince Albert, June 1���������The  recent Indian trouble culminated today in the burial of Corporal Hockin  and Constable Kerr with military  honours at St. Mary's (Church of Eng-  Iniul) ii-tnetery. It was Uie largest  funeral ever i-ef-n in this place, the  procejssion being nearly a mil-_> in  length.  dipt. Allan and Seigt. Raven are  I'oth progi-'-hsing favourablv. They  will be removed to the Mounted Police  hospital from Uuck Lake- tonight.  FROSTS IN THE STATES  Snow and Bad Weather Reported ��������� In  Some States Corn and Vegetable  Crops a Total Loss.  Chicago, June 1 ���������Heavv f*e>->ts have  occurred for tho past two mornings  over the- gruiter part of the northwest Snow and freezing weal her are  reported from Norther ii Wisconsin  and Minnesota, with much dnm.-icrr* to  vegetables nnd small fruits. The- Wisconsin strawberry crop may be a total  lo-s. Tobacco in Southern Wi.-r.onsin  is reporte-d slightly injured, nnd Northern Illinois is badly damagci. The  corn of Northern and North Central  Illinois i3 repeirtvrl to b." cut, down by  the fr'ist. fee was formed at many  points in this .-.ection. Potatoes were  killed at some points, .anel mn-t be  re-plant e;tl. Iowa reports indicate,  considerable- damage to corn, potatoes  and fruits. Southern Michigan anel  Northern Indiana also rep'.rt. much  injury by the frost.  BEFORE THE INSPECTOR  West Prince Albert, .June; 3.���������  John. Father of Almighty Voice, Was  before Inspector Wilson,at Dtick Lake,  charge-el with having been an accessory  before the fact in the case of pliooting  Venne, but as no evidence to warrant  ii committal was forthcoming bo was  remanded for three days.  A statistician who evidently has a  good deal of time on his hands, hits  estimated the sum derived from  rentals on the; route of the Jubilee  Procession at ������*_KS,"'JOXCXJ.  Wholesale dealeis in  irjes, Spirits a  Agents for K. W. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated - Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  IMPERIAL MM  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital  Reserve    -   -  $1,963,600   -    1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharine's)  William Rarosay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  _    .   Branches  North West and British Columbia.  Brandon      Portage la  \    Vancouver  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton  Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait RatPo'rta'go      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St'. Marie Woodstock  r      St, Catharines  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  ���������Agents-in-the-United-States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at till points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A. R. B. HEAR!".  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Pnrllcmont, 1855  Paid up Capital     -     32,000,000  Rest Fund   -     ���������    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  John II. R. Molson, President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley    W.M.Macphcrson  J. P. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  j\. D. Durnford,   Inspector  H. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  termsthe accounta of individuals,IIrins.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, A\tn.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.:  Hamilton, Ont,  'London, Ont.    ,  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Onfc.  Ottawa, Onfc.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Onr.  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.Iunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont      i  Winnipeg, Man  Norwich, Ont,  CALGARV BRANCH  Geo. C  McGregor Mgp  ~VI~I~IIFK<_-  BK-.NCH  T. 8. Phepoo, DTaaafirer  Herchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C. V  This hotel has just been renovated throughout, and is now,  first-class in every respect. Good accommodation. Best  AVines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  aV  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 Wipes, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  When at ..  31  golden, b. c.  The gateway to the groat     )  ast^ootenay  golilfields  E.  -ooTENAv House  assures you every, comfort, oxiiuisite.  tallies and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for commercial and  mining men,    Free sample rooms.  l-'ort Ptoolo S-tiKt) leaves Kootenay  IIouso   every  Tuesday.  Strictly First Class S.ADliR, Propr.  ssmwimwwmmwmmmrw mmmmmmmmmmmwid   ft  g  -From Brantford,,  the Home of Good Manufacturers.  TJiE ONLY OMJ1DLM BICYCLE  That received an award at the World's Columbian  iExpositiou Cor points of general excellence was the  'Brantford Red Bird,"tho strongest, speediest and  nnost beantit'ul bicycle sold in the Dominion today.  The wisdom of this award is verified by the fact  that four out of five of the Class B championships for  '!).", and four out of five of the professional championships for '00 were won on a Red Bird. Notwithstanding what the riders* of other wheels may do,  the fact remains that when anything worth winning  is won, the trick is generally done on the fast and  beautiful Red Bird.  o  Branches: Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg  and Sydney, Australia.  3  3  3  5: T'hcse Famous Wheels are sold by the Coican-Iloltcn-Downs Co. 3  .UJSE & rtKWso_h  "Builders and Dealers in  Ca":riages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  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  thoy can't be beat."  dHUGHl-V,       -       HUBERT*.. \  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. pletning  Than you can afford to  ��������� steal  it and   take the  chances of being caught  Z *r������ ffR Specialty  ll-*y Iitica Prices  TJ-iE SOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantfopd. =2      _ 5S~~-^  mm  '>  Keep Your  Uye   on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  is the richest mining* district in British Columbia  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group  Galena Prince Gr'p  Great Home Group  Wagner Group  American' Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Pool  Group  Silver Chief Group  Big Five Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry-Group  Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains fromS to IS claims  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Ferguson Working Mines  Badshot  Black Prince  Silver Queen  True   Fissure  Towser  Broadview  Old Sonoma  Gieat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to G miles  t;  ._,  _. -1  ill  Ferguson is the Terminus  of    the    projected    Lardeau   Railway���������to   bo   built   this   summer.  At thepresent ground floor price the best real estate investment on  the inai'1-et is FERGUSON lots.  C: E.   SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160 oa_0_%o SEE8*  An Inside Lot at $110 caf_r$b2?  secured  50 down  AT LAST  THE CROW'S   NEST   QUESTION  IS SETTLED  A BARGAIN WITH THE C.P.R.  THE TREATIES  AND THEIR. RELATION   TO THE  ' CANADIAN TARIFF  The Company to Get $11,000 Per Mile  for. 330 Miles of the Road���������Freight  Rates to be Reduced���������Stipulations  About Timber Limits and Coal Lands  Ottawa,"June 3.���������The Government  willpav the C. P. It. a subsidy of  Sll.OOO'pcr mile for 339 miles of ratuoad  ~froTiTi;etiIbl'i"dge-fo_NeJson"-the"-linu"  to be completed this year. The Government reserves to itself the right to  regulate the terms and conditions upon  which timber and timber limits are to  be sold and receives from the company  40X00 acres of valuable coal lands acquired by the C. P. It. some months  ago under the British Columbia Southern, charier. The C.P.R. agrees to  make a reduction in the rates on important classes from east of Lake  Superior, especially on wheat, coal oil.  hardware, fruit, etc. These reductions  in some cases are as high as 31.) percent. Onwheat there is to be a reduc-  - tion in rates for the first year of li  cent per bushel and timilar reductions  the second year.  Besides this the company hinds itself  to submit its rates on till business to  iind from the Crow's Xest Pass and to  and from all points on lho C. P. R.and  its connections in other parts of Canada to lhe control of the Railwiiv  Committee of the Cabinet. All railways are to have running powers over  the new line.  There was quite a discussion as to  whether or not effect should be given  Iiy legislation to the agreement this  session. Several of the Western members urged that the matter should be  postponed until next year on the  around that better terms might possibly be.'secured from the C.P.R. It  was eventually decided, however, to  legislate in ttie matter this session.  The bill will be brought dowii in a  dnv or.two.        ,  The House of Commons has passed  the Jubilee address with great enthusiasm. Premier Laurier moved and  Sir Charles Tapper seconded it.  Mowat's bill to prevent pictorial  representations of prize fights received  a knock out blow in the Senate: last  ;night; several amendments were made  to it.  The First Subject   for   Discussion Be  tween   Chamberlain   and  Laurier���������  The British' Government May Recede  From Their First Attitude ���������  Montreal., June 3.���������The Star's  special cable from London says: "The  Belgian^-ind German treaties and their  relation to the Canadian tariff will  form one of the first* subjects upon  which Mr. Chamberlain intends to  consult Premier Laurier on his arrival  hero. - - - -  -���������  - - -  . - .     The Standard, the Government  organ, suggests that should the law  officers of tlie Crown iis' is expected  decide against tbe Canadian preferential clause, the British Government  is piepai-t-'il lo reconsider their first  ittitudc of  -nous   possumus towards  the Canadian demand as lo the revision  of treaties.  FOR PEACE  TURKEY PROMISES TO SIGN AN  EXTENSION OF ARMISTICE.  PEACE   TO    BE    DECLARED  PARLIAMENTARY  NEWS  THE COMMONS GETTING DOWN  .    TO BUSINESS  The Tariff Resolutions Pushed Ahead-  Sir Richard Holds the Helm.���������Sir  Charles Tupper's Amendment.  Ottawa. June -J.���������The House of  have iit last set a pace in the disposal  of llu* tarilV resolutions, for the first  time in a week back they made some  progress. Sir Charles Tupper's amende  nient to the combines clause was  argued out and on division was lost by  two to one.  ACTING AS PREMIER.  S'r Richard Cartwright is acting as  Premier in the absence of the first  ni mister and has charge of the Privy-  Council Department. He presided at  tlie Cabinet meeting yesterday and  will k'iiel in the -Commons until Mr.  Liurier returns.  Hadji MicHalis .. Issues a Proclamation  Calling Upon Crete to Create a  Feeling of Friendship Towards the  Mussulmen in their Distress.  Atiikn'S, June. 2.���������It is expected  that the representatives of, the two  armies will* meet today (Wednesday)  to^ignTfH_exfension-6f "the"armistice7  MACEDONIA  London, June "2.���������A special ,.to the  Times from Constantinople; says there  is strong reason for believing that  Bulgaria is exerting her influence to  induce the Sultan to transform Macedonia into an autonomous province  with an imperial prince.  London, June 3.���������The Turks promised to sign an extension of armistice  at dawn yesterday "mid it is expected  that peace negotiations will begin  promptly tit Constantinople.:  TO' RESUME RELATIONSHIP.  Canea. Island of Crete.���������Hadji  Michalis, as chief of the Cretan insurgents, has issued a proclamation calling  upon Cretan" to elect the General  Assembly to resume their ordinary  every day relations anil to respect the  lives and property of the Mussulman**.  When in Vancouver stop at the  Oriental Hotel  in  ? Free bus at all trains.  ' Comfortable   and  first-class  every respect.  Rates:  $1.00 and $1.50 a'day.  -  LANTZ & GIBBONS,  ������20-tf    ' Proprietors.  L JI. FRETZ  ~"XJ6hi_ip.actor^  .  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ������"������-   Terms  Cash  LAURIER DEPARTS  The Premier and  Party   Leave for the  Jubilee  Celebration.  Ottawa, Juno 3.���������Premier Laurier  and his party took their departure tor  England epiietly this morning. Nearly  all the ministers were at the depot to  ���������say farewell.  Sir Charles Tupper will vi,sit the  North West after the prorogation of  the House.  IN EGYPT NOW  THE LATEST SCENE OF FIGHTING IN THE EAST  The Anglo Egyptian Column Runs Up  Against the ,, Dervishes ��������� Captain  Peyton    Was    Severely   Wounded  London, June 1.���������A despatch to the  Daily Mail from Cairo says a smart  skirmish has taken place between the  Anglo-Egyptian column and Dervishes  at Merawi, near the Fourth Cataract,  the most atlvsneed post occupied by  tlie Dongola Expedition on the Nile.  Captain Pevton was severely wounded.  _.��������� _������   "Mamma, what is the bicj-cle industry?" "'Veil, it must be the way we  ali have to hop lound and wait on  your lather when he takes a notion to  clean his wheel."  TIME G.\RD HO. I  To take effect on Wednesday, November 2,  169 j.   Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  COIN'G WEST  S:00 a m Lea'  8:30 a m  )-:36am      "  9:51 a in -      '  10.03 tt m  10:18 am  10:30 am"  10:38 a m  DAILV  ..Kaslo..  ...South Fork--.   Sproule'a   ...Whitewater...  ... Bear Lake ...   McGui?an....   Bailey's   ... Junction ....  GOIXO east  . . Arrive 3:30 p in  Spokane Falls and .Northern  . .Nelson and Ft. Sheppard  Red .Mountain Rys.  Assayers, Mining aqd  Milling Engineers .  .  Office and Metallurgical Works"at  523, Fh'st Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOKHflE - ������  WHSJliriGTO.r'  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, assay.... SI 00   lame, analysis.. $ 3 CO  GolcLand-Hilver, -���������  -   ��������� Silica.-analyala 2-00  , assay    l 60   Coal partial, an.    5 00  Golel, silver and  The only till rail route* without chancre ot  corn between Spokane. Northport, Kossland  nnd Nelson; also between Itosslauel und  Nelson.  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  I.KAVK. NORHl POllT AIl-IVE.  For Spokane��������� ' From .Snokiuie���������  12:3> p.m 1:20 p.m.  For Kossland��������� From Holland���������  1:50 p.m 11: |."i nan.  For Nelson��������� From Nelson���������  1:50 p.m 12.01 ii.rii.  Close connections atNelson with steamers  for K itlo and tilt Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers (or Kettle River ar.d Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  COtM-MIeNS & CO.  3:13 p in  2:1" P m  L':00 p n>  1:18 p >n  1.3-1 P ni  1:21 p in  1:12 p m  10:30 u m Arrive'. Sandon Lcavcl'OO p m  For rates and   information  applv   at  the  Company'solllces.  R.W. BRYAN,     ,  ROBT. IRVING.           Supt. a*ja."As3t. Treaa.  Traffic. Manager, Kaslo    Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist Calgary  The   PIONEER  always    keeps  a full line   of  STORE,  n   stock  Tin. assay  a 00  Nickel, aaaay $10  to..'.  15 00  Cobalt, assay "10 *  to  16 00  Antimony, nss'y 10 00  Arsenic, assay.. 5 CO  Ahiminuru.aea'y 3 00  Platinum, assay 5 00  Molting.Tollnlng  und assaying.. 3 00  leutl, nssuy    2 50  Gold, silver and  copper, aseny..   3 CO  Goltl and  silver  ��������� bullion, assay..   2 00  Z'nc. assay    3 Oil  tjulphur,assay... 3 00  .Mercury, assay., j 00  Melting aadrclln-  ing bars    2 00  Rites given on application for working testa  of ores on samples of one to fifty pminds.  Wc have the most complete equipment in  the North West for testing ores und determining tho kind of machinery noccasary for tho  reduction of Iho emtio.  Postal rate on oro ono cent per ounco. Send  ut least three ounces for assay.  Inspections und reports made on mining  property. _. ���������>  Air. F. K. McNainara ot this firm is the  inventor of "Tlio McNumara" Two Stamp  Mill, which has a guarantied capacity of from  flvu to seven tons nor duy: 85 to UO por cent of  tho gold is paved in tho buttery. Can add as  many batteries as desired. Eitimatcs nnd  prices on application Hcmcmb-ir tlmt vn  make a specially of Heal Kstulo and Mines.  ( anadian  \  Pacific Ry  SCO PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and beat  route to  Toronto     New York     Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  and all Eastern and European Points  ^���������Tourist-Gai's-leave-'Revelstoke-  daily for  St. Paul;   for  Toronto  every Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursday.  .Miners' Supplies  -FERGUSON". 11. C.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  u  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies-  HAY, timothy and prairie: OATS,  CHOP, BKAN, Mttciii*"  ('"LOUR  ..     POTATOE-".     KOOS.    BUTTER,  II    FISH, IIj*_, MS, BACON, Etc,  Mail OrdersiPromptly Attended To. j FROM I^ELLY BROTHERS  "22-tf '  Ueco Street SANDON  . ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use  in   cases   where  disease  eats   off the horn  of the hoof  Also  a Never Failing; Remedy  For fungus growth of flesh  in any shape whatever,' or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Failed  to cure.  Try It and Save Your Horse.  llere is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  Empress of India, Empress of  Japan audEmpress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.  Warimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports.       * ;  For full   particulars   apply to'  nearest C. P. R. agent, or to  J. T. BRADSHAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  M. aiacGREGOR. Travelling  Passenger  Agent,   Nclion. Ii. C.  GEO.  McL.   BROWN,    Uintrict   Puseager  Agent, Vancouver.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  M-  BTHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoke.  Preaching services at II o-m. and 7 "0  p.m. Class meeting at tbe close of the  morning service. "���������aribath School and. Bible  Cities at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wcdnesaay evening at 7:30 p.m. Thn  public arc cordially invited. Seats free.    REV. J. A. WOOD. Pt.tor.  pHURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� ReTelstoke.  ^j Services: Daily, evening prayers. p.m.  except nn Fridays when It It u 7 p. m.  with address. Sundays: Holy Communion  8 a.m.. morning prayer 11. evening prayer 7:30-  First Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.  ' FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Dealer In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstolte Station   -   -   B. C.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Reyelstokf.  Service every Sunday at 11 a-m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib"e Cliasi ������t 2:30 p.m.. to wbl������*h  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting at a p m,  every Wednesday.-   BEV. P. P. MUIR, P������s*or.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ��������� Revelstoke.    Mass  fourth  Sunday la month  at 10:30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  PROFESSIONAL  w.  B. McKECHNIE.  (ZS. B., M. D. C- M.)  Physician and Surgeon.  Office:  Near the Union Hotel.  Calls by telephone or telesraph  promptly  attended to.   Office hours:   930 to 11 am-, 1:30  to 1 and 7 to 8 p.m.  ReveisTqse      -     -      Britbh Colckbia.  C.|VT. WOODWORTH  M. A.. LL. B.  Notary, Conveyancer, Etc  "tines and Real Estate.  1 gLccis Crrr     -     -     British Colv__cbia.  im  II  ? _  i.  f  I  hi  ii  n  Hi  fl  hi  V  (t   __>    I  iv; LOCAL AND JGENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  * 11. N. (.-nnrsicr is agent for the  Iluiiit'/.tiinii Piano.  Nakusp is lo have a newspaper  shortly.  ,1. Sweeney left yesterday for Big  Uund will) tin* pack train.  CJ us IjiiiiiI will replace the ferry hont,  carried awny ul, the Ooldstroam "ferry.  Mr. W. G. Ward, ln*>peetor of the  ]~ank of British Ouliuuhia, was in town  on jMoneliiy.  Mr. 1". Hohiuson intends to put, a  .sawmill into Ferguson and expects to  he moving theiru in two wcuka.  An exhibition of hroncho hiisting  and a hull dog light contributed to tliu  aniiiM-incut- of Front, St. on Monday  evening.  Gen. Supt. Marpole, Chief Engineer  Ciiinhie anil other heads of departments em lhis division met here on  Monday.  Mr. Taylor and party launched their  scow on Saturday i-vening. In about  three weuks from now they expect to  have the plant in full swing.  The- new hotel tit the station is to bu  known as the Hotel Itevelstoke. The  brow of the hill is lo he cut down 10  feet, and the whole siele terraced and  laid out.  Messrs. DeCew froin Essex Centre,  Ont.i" aye making application for 160  acres at Arrowhead, wilh a view of  putting in a saw mill some time in the  future. Thoy are well-known lumber  men in Essex Centre.  Prospectors continue to stream into  Ijiirdeau. Nobody wauls work, but  everybody is looking for claims. ��������� By  the busy .appearance of the registry  oflice at Trout Lake City they seen to  lie inmarkably successful.  The O.P.I", excursion posters for the  Queen's Jubilee give Kevelsloke credit  for intending to give a baseball match,  font races iinel other athletic sports;  prizes, $~0(). he Heiwi.d hopes the  town will live up to the advertisement.  Mr. Todd Lees of the Birkbcck Loan  and Building Co., was in town yesterday. His company have arranged to  do business here on a basis of a personal bond until the land title question is settled. Mr. T. L. Haig, has  been appointed agent.  A well known Calgary caterer visiting Revelstoke and noticing the magnificent growth of strawberry plants  in our gardens, expressed his surprise  that the evident suitability of our soil  for this fruit was not turned to better  account. Itevelstoke, he said, might  supply the whole prairie country.  The pack train of tlie French Creek  Co. left on Tuesday'morning loaded  with supplies. ..'They will go up 2S  miles on the Big Benel trail and. make  a supply camp and return for more.  Mr. G. A. jVtkins left with them for  the company's claims on French creek,  but expects to return fn about a week.  Advertising must be done iis sensibly and carefully as any other part of  a business. Nothing "is more disappointing than careless, neglected, half-  done advertising. It is extremely unreasonable to give less attention to the*  advertising than to any other depart-  .inent of a business, and yet expect the  biggest results of all from it.��������� Dixey  Dr. Brett of Banff. Mr. D. L. Mac-  pherson. Inspector of N. XV. M. Police*.,  iind Mr. D. Kerfoot. a well-known  rancher of Calvary, are in town today.  Dr. Brett is going right ahead with  the Halcyon Hot Springs, and will  erect a sanitarium, bath and hotel  there that will make it one of the  favorite watering places in British  Columbia.  _ M_t_._J. JL Kellie returned  from  his  trip to Big Bend on STincltiy7i~lle-left-  Prof. Nason at the claim above the  mouth of Smith Ct-e"k owned by the  B. C. and United StatesjCo. He "found  a large number of prospectors strung  all along the trail. The ferry scow  wits ready when he passed Downie  Creek on Friday and tlie cable for it-  was sent off on Monelay.  The social to he* given by the ladies  of the church of England in Peterson's  hall on June.' 23rd will bo a unique  atr.-iir in Uie I'titerlainuient line in  Revelstoke. The hall will be arranged  as a drawing room and during the  evening various game** will be iudnlg'*d  in, relieved hy a progi-.-iniiiit* of vocal  and instrumental music. Light le-  fre-shinents will be* served during the  evening, which will wind up with a  dunce. Mr. Chas. A man's soela fountain will dispense cooling drinks to  the thirsty during the: dance. The  proceeds oi" the* entertainment will be  devoted to clearing olf the debt on the  church building.  The land title complication has assumed a fresh phase. The* long expected map furnished by the Department of the Interior simply shews the  townships on the railway belt, and is  of absolutely no use to the registrar at  all. Messrs. Abrnhamson have applied  for registration, anil we believe that  map or no map the govi-rnme-nt intend to register their titles. On thr.  other hand we hear that Mr. A. S.  ���������Farwell absolutely refuses to surrender  his provincial crown grant, which will  furnish another and unexpected block  in the way of settling the difficulty,  Mr. E. A. Haggen is now well into  the saddle of the Golden Era and is  laying down the law liken thousand of  bricks. His hit -tt prornmciamerito is  to the following effect: "The Kootenay  Mail is one. of the best, got up of the  inland papers of B. C. We congratulate Editor Atkins on the fact." This  unsolicited testimonial will no doubt,  send a thrill of grateful happiness  through the oflice of our esteemed contemporary up street. The only crumpled rose leaf in Mr. Atkins editorial  pillow will now be that he cannot'conscientiously return the Era's compliment. The Herald, which has not  yet come in for any t-nmincndatinn  from the great journalistic expert, will  endeavor (o scratch along in the meanwhile fondly hoping, even it be acainst  hope, some day to be* found worthy to  receive its need of ree-pgnition from  jthe awful pen of the Great Thunderer  now swaying public opinion in the  town of Golden.  Still another new building going un  on First St. h    l  The public school opened again on  Monday.  A gang of men lire busv laving, additional side track in tlie C.P.'lt. yards  here.  Mrs. Yolland nnd family returned  from the coast on Satui'tlitv, tici-oiu-  piuiied hy her cousin, .Mrs. Arthur  -May.  The question for an advertiser nowadays is���������not how old is ti newspaper,  but. what is its circulation ami who  buy it.���������Printer's Ink.  Mr. .1. T. Abey has purchased a lot  next Mr. j\bi-alininson's hViusi* on  Main street, on wliich he will build  premises for it drug store*.  The engine ditched two miles south  on this Arrowhead branch on Monday  has been picked up and put in the  shop here for repairs.  Tliu much needed second wire between heie and Nelson is strung for  some, miles below Arrowhead, and a,  gang of men arc* now pushing the  work tis fast as possible.  Tho new piece of road at. 13th crossing is now ready for track-laying and  p'ljeary's men have been paid olf.  The bridge across the Illecillewaet is  also ready.  Tbe time for receiving tenders for  tbe construction of the wagon road  for the Horiie-Piiyne. Co. from Ferguson to the Silver blip has been extended to the. Mth inst. Mr. II. Carry's address is Arrowhead.  Mr. .1. McMaslor, of the Lake of the  Woods mills, has just, returned from it  trip through the lower country. There  i.s a continued rush of prospectors from  Trail Creek and the Slocan into the  Lardeau. fully 73 per cent, of the passengers of the boats and trains being  headed for that district.  A Jubilee matinee will be given bv  the children of the kindergarten in the  school room on Saturday, June 1!},  commencing at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at which the children will go  through the kindergarten exorcises  and will give an hour and a half of an  entertainment of great interest to  parents, and those interested in the  young.  Anew feature of Fridav's performance by the Marfan- Co. *will be a.n  orchestra assisted by local talent, consisting of two mandolins, ocarina,  banjo, bones and 'piano, wliich will  an overtiire of selections from popular airs before, each part. The pro-  prammc will also contain coster and  nigger songs, and a song and dance  by local talent.  The date of the Orphan Boy suit has  not yet been set down, "but those  mumming the case on behalf of the.  shareholders are well satisfied with  the way things are shaping.' Most important chrunislanees connected with  the sale have recently been brought  to light, in the face of which they  think it is impossible*, for that traits-  action to he sustained.  PETERSON'S HALL,REVELSTOKE  a  ENTHUSIASTIC   RECEPTION  OK  LITTLE LOO"  Grand Variety Entertainment  On Friday Evening, June nth  The Mayfolr Combination a3Sis;ed by  Local Talent.  SiFters   May fair.   T)iietl*>t<i:     LITTLE   1.00,  Mandoltnis and Fumnns Ver-aLiie I)anjieii =e;  Orchestral   Mn-ic.   M-endolin   and   Banjo  **-olos.    I"innpf^rte    Selections.    '*e>ter  i5ong*and Slmc Meln-lies. Skirt,  Step and National Da so* a.  Admission, 25c, a few front Seats 50c.  Doors open 7:30 p.m. performance at S p.tn.'  STOCKHOLM HOUSE  Albert Stone,  Proprietor.  ~ Refitted, Enlarued. Improved Everyway.  j-5 Best. Si. a dny n^use in town.  ~. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cig-jra.  ������) Tbe prospector"? home.  No bus.  Front Strf-.et,  REVELSTOKE  Question ?  What docs a tailor do that we  cant't do '_��������� ,  Nothing.  What do we* give that, even >-oriit*.  tailors can not ?  Much;  Saving of time���������sn'l money ; a iiine-h  wider choier of i-l-illis; the; 'opportunity of seeing them made* np; your  money back if you want it.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  RKVEI-KTOKE STATION.   II. C.  THE I X L STORE  Is the place t.o buy your Tobat-r-o,  Cigars, Stationary.Fruits, (,'andipi,  Patent Medicines". Perfumery Etc-.  Agents for the White Swan Creamery  flutter and Cheese.  Wc sell for cash and give our  patrons  tho  benefit, hy selling our  gooels  nt the lowest prices.  Small profits, quick  returns; live and  let live is our motto.  Teaming and jobbing done promptly.  House- For. Sale.  J. M. McCALLUM, Manager.  Revelstoke Station.  Spring .  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper.' Prices from 10c. 12_,c",  l.'c up to ~0c roll. ��������� Mail orders  carefully attended lo.  Linton Bros.,   ii  Booksellers, Calgary.  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  maaer"   The Pioneer Store  -SSF     of  Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS & CO.,  General merchants.  Dealers in   Groceries, Hardware. Dry Goods,  Mining Supplies, Etc. 1  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Connection.  Our Metro is only from ono lo six  miles from the richest mining prospects on the continent nf America.  Iiy purchasing from us if will save you  many it weary step.  Batho & Co.,  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  ST-" ^~"6"~  Ferguson, B. C.���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  Balmoral Hotel,  Cummings & Sparling, Proprietors.  First Class accoiiiiiioiltition.    The.  bar  supplied  wilh the best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  ^"bkjCB-tj-soi-t, ib. a.  M M ������>&klll  &  ������i  .^JiJ=j_l��������� Efii_r*$iL-i awl! ������fa^TTff_3rSTO ������  T  ������ W"*tirH  Prospectors!  Now is Your Time to  Make a Strike!  Money, time  and   trouble  saved   by  buying your supplies in sight ot tho  mines at ltevelslokc prices.  Yours for biuincss.  I.  M.  CITRON,  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B.C.  Sm-1 m  A. N. SMITH'S  CONFECTIONERY STORE  AND BAKERY   Now open and neady for business.    A car  load of goods now being unpacked.  Good Business Building" to Rent  Enquire of " W. F. B.*' at this office.  Situation Wanted.  i\ first.class miior. cutter ti'id filter, also a  pool sale-sutHn. w-mta "ituatiein.- :_0 years'experience.   Apply "AJ" Hekai.I) otlir-c  Wanted.  At once a cnod cook nt Thoxson's Landing,  App y at lhe Herald Ollice. m2i  Lost  On the 2nel inst., srniic-.vhpre between jMten's  brewery anel Or. .'ell's' re-jie-.enc*.*, a icolel  necklet      ���������'"���������   ������������������*---���������--*-��������� ���������  car  Cuion hotel.  .....J    ......    ....   .>(->>.-,     IU,L,.V..^V|   .V     .(UK.      I.U'J-^-  *-vilh  a  heart shapc-d   pcrititint t-et ivith  vis.   Finder please leave at this oi"cc, or at  Watch Lost.   ���������  A lady's pohl watch and chtin lost between  ���������_kfti.Metho___i������___'j-nnr_c-h tindjt. Howon's ttiri-  tnre store.   Kind-r v.II bo Hiiiiablv rewuiUrd"  on leaving at the Hkrai.d ortlce.  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that CO days from tho  dale hertiof I intcnel to imply to tho Stincndiary  "���������Ristrate for the Ke_.vsW.toke Uivi-ionof West  ICooiensy for pe-im-esion to sell liquors at my  botel at Kersubon, Ii. C.  Wm. Holmhs.  Ke-cruaoo. May !.'>. lS!/7. MayllUinsw  1 ransfer of License.  Notice is hereby jjiven that St] days .after date  I t-lmll matte ttppiicaMe'.n 10 tratis't-r n,v liccnae  (j) s-*ll Honor et the Trout Luke Hotel. Trout  Lake City, to Mrs. JowLtt.  J. IjOfltKK.  ,!nn<* 1, li!.7. Jin.ti : ttw  Hotel License.  Notier Ih hi*rt*liy t;!ve..n tbat "H ilay.i after di,to  I intend lu apply fjrn lit-.i_._u. 10 retail  liquor  at Kert_;tiM5n.  I'. .1. O'l^irtiill.iN. '  Jnno I. 1~~". .Jitn-.-l-wkly  Hotel License.  Notlrei ii herehy -riven thnt:i)itay> nfte-r date  I intend _mpnly for n ti?i;nr������ to re;i.ul !i<|iinr������  on the-wuth fcrk cf I.arelean jivtr about U  miles above FergtinOn.  ���������Inne 1st. lrf&7.  Asa IIkm.man.  Jiin"! ^ Ijwklj".  Hotel Licence.  Notice is he-reby given 'hat 50 el.ivs after  dnto I intend tr. apply for ali-.e:.,��������������� te. sell lir,_if,r  by retail at the Hotel Revelscolee;, Levelstolco  station,  .1 tine 7.1S3V.   jSltw  II. A. PKKTjEY.  Notice.  jVTO'nc.B is here-by given thst m days after  1 ^ date; I. J. A I)e(J.iv/ intend tei apply to the  Chief Commi-i.'-ion'tr of ijin<U a>,il Worka for  permission to pnre_ha������c the "ollo-vlm.' eiesKiribci  ���������and, to wit: Si-nated on the exnt tidej of the  town of Arrowhead aboat hilf a mile, and  beginning at tho eastern line of ������h.; C. V. It.  lands, at a post marked thus,���������1. A D'h h. w.  corner, thence to chaina along th'j lake mhorei  in an easterly direct ion, thenco 10 chains north,  thence 10 chi-.ins we*t. thrnce 1 ID canine; Honch  tothepnicr, of comnienonrient. including ejne  hundred anel sixty acres, more or less.  ,   , J. a- n-r.KW,  Itevelstoke, .Inne 7th. 130'. jfiwCit  Notice  N"otie*c is hereby uiven that, si.tty days after  date, \vp intcnel to npply to tin: (Jin r < otnmls-  slonerof I,nndi anel Works fur pe-nniH-Mnn to  purebawe the following elcscrihe-el lanel,situate el  in tie Itev-titoka division, Kontonay district,  tit Kive Mile crtte k. tiliottt, ,'i mile h from Carnes  creek, anel about 7 milos from Mnetltitosh'B  hotncstenel:  Commencing at a post 20" yards an lhe west  side rf the creek, on Hit: Columbia river, and  marked ' r. It. Peterson and ,1, ||. White's  3.W. corner post," and running north 10  c-.hulns, thpneo east 80 chains, tlienco south to  the fjolniiiliia river, 10 e-halns, tliene-c up  the.-. Columbia ri\ er 10 place of e-oimncnccment,  81) cliuins, containing 3;") ticre-s men e or lews.  P. It, Pktkuso".".  J. II. Wnrris.  May 7,1SU7. I2iny!l_.w  Agent for the Blickensclerfer  Typewriter  P. B. VCkhS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  CASE  & CO,  REVEhSTOKE 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.  aEj^T  Before hitting the Hills  Get your Medicine Ohest refitted at  Parcels Delivered  We Never Sleep  REVELSTOKE  STATION  -,_","i"'fan,;gh-  LOTS  FOR SALE���������situate between the Methodist Church and the brow of the lnllT      J  near the old town.    For prices and particulars apply to  __.__i___ym mmmm  .T. L. HAIG, Sole Agent.  eyelstoEe^iicspitar"  Maternity room in connection.  Vaccine kept em hand.  Drs. McKechnie & Jeffs, Attendants.  WILL PK PECKIVKD HY TUB UNDER-  " B|._ene*d up to.Inne llih.forthucotiatiiiL'tlon  of about Kive (S) niiics of r  WAGON ROAD  bctwren forks of the Lardeau Rivcrand n point  on South fork Ihe-.reor.  Hpee-ifloations may besceti at C. It. llii-no.l:  Co.. Revelstoke and Ferguson, und at Koloy's  Ilnicl, Arrowheti't.  Tho lowest, or any lender, not necessarily  accepted.  II. CARRY, C. E.  l-'or L. V. II. fcC. C. F. L. Co.  ArrowVicn ". It.C.  C. B. Maclean  ARCHITECT  AND DESIGNER.  J-Miinei|e;������ furntahed. I'ltins and aiicciflcn-  tlons made, jlm also prfjiorctl to do shop  and job work on the shortest notice. Satisfaction giiaraiitct-.il in every etiso. Call or  write for terms.  /Iain Street, Kcvclstokc,  -  B.C.  JAS. HUTCHISON  Heavy Drnying and  Transfer Work  n Spcinlty.  Teaming of all kinds receives prompt  attention.  The "' lila'/.e face." horse is tlio sign  board.���������:  W. A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor-^���������  Plans and Estimates Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  FOR-SALE  A   Strong   Frame   Building   24x40  i stories. 10 feet ceilings, studd ing 2x6,1(1 inch  centres, roof and outside) painted, situated  near tho old smeltor. r'or particulars as to  price anel terms cti'l on or write  Ij. A. -"uktz.  iDityintt Itev Isiokc Station  G. E. SHAW,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  REAL  ESTATE AGENT.  l)C3irnblo Residences for Salo ur to IjCt.  ConvoyancinK in all its branches.  Kire Insurance  VtlR.-S TMF OCA  A. McGUip,  Dealer in all kinds of  Farm Produce,  SALMON ARM, B.C.  REVELSTOKE STATION,   B.  C.       Write for Prices.  MITCHELL  &  CO,"  INSURANCE AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  SHAVING AND  HaMPOOING  BATHS, Hot or  Cold^.  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  Another largo and complete stock of Tobaccos  jnat received, also a fine stock of  Confectionery  J. MORGAN, Tonsorial Artist  W. O. BIKNBY,  PAINTER  ���������_���������.   *  ^T^l TT~- mi  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Care of Union Hotel, Revelstoke, B.C.  REyELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSniTHINQ and  JOBBING,  PLUriBING and PIPE-FITTINO.,  TINSHITHINO and SHEET IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty.  Robt. Gordon,  -   Revelstoke Sta.

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