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Revelstoke Herald 1897-06-26

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 Q     ������������������     ��������� i  .** <-  /���������  % '  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  -ISSTTIEJID   TT?v"IOE-^^-T?7"EEIC ���������"V7"EID3Sr_E3S_DA."SrS    A.3ST_D    SATTJRDAYS-  VoL  I.    No.  45.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1S97.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  SSSSe^SSSSS^SSsSSS^SSSe^StirSR  Shopping  by Letter  THE first tlitTiR wise p-ople think of ft,  when ordorliiK by mail is tlie &  cupaclty for business of those they write A  to. Thu reputaiirn wo enjoy for prompt- ft  nessmakcM our Mail Order trtitle foriro IS  ���������head at a gratifying rate. g\  Our Specialties ������������������   ���������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors. Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests for prico lists anil samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  & ....Calgary.... ������i  T. L. HAIG  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  .^-^>     Tat  Townsite  MINING   "  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  .CHAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,    ,  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY,PUBLIC.  Office*:  Rooms 1 anel 2, Pool Block, Itevelstoke. B.a * *  RTbUR G.-IVl. SPRAGGE,  '   Barrister. Solicitor, &c.  Notary Public.  Office.npBtalrs in Smith's block, l'ticillc Avo.  Revelstoke Statioii.B.  C.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  ���������Regular ni"*>tings ore he'el in.'tlip  Oddiellnw-.'  HhII on the seco id   and  _ fourth Wethiodays nf each month nt  ������  7:3lpm.   Visiting brethren cordially  ^ inviiei.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham; R: S.  ROBERT  SAMSON, ������������������-  ,  Dealer in Wood.  Bracing nnd   Deliiey Work a  specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams nlwaye read;' fit a moment's notice.  Agent, for the Stand ird Oil Company.  T.   ABRIEL,  NAKUSP. .11. C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For information on mineral clMms on  Cariboo Creek, write ot onco and get rar-  tlculnre. ������~ini'tf  J.   R.    HULL   &   CO.,  Pucces-ora to Hull Bros. <S Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Re tail Dealers  1 I   Besf, Pork. Etc.'  KAMLOOP8   and   REVEL8TOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painter*^-"   >  and Decorator  SIGN PAINTl.VO A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREF-T, REVELSTOKE  I2TH OF JULY CELEBRATION !  A Big Day in  Revelstoke  Under tho auspices of the Loyal Orange Io go  Splendid program 1110 being arrangod  s   Excursion rates from all points in B. C.  Single Fare, Round Trip.  Orangemen  from   Kamloops,  Salmon Arm,  Vernon, Donald, Golden, Sandon, Kaslo,  .   81ocan City. Trail   and  all points  south will bo in attondance.  Brass Band, Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited,  Everybodywelcome.  I'urticulnrR later.  K. Adair, W. ~ I T. J. tiraham, Iteo.-See.  Free Cigars..  If you hit it right  A complete line nf Tobaccos,    Stationery iinel Fancy Onoil-s at. the  lowest prices.  SOFT DRINKS  CHAS.J.AMAN,Sf;���������dua���������S.n^!n,  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casing's  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Xfcail  Brackets, ������&c.  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New,.Denver and Burton City. -  Dealers in..':...  ,  Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  *  '.'r'.-  Wholesale and Retail o  Builders' and   Miners' Supplies.  Dealing ns wo do in only the  one line, onr stock is new mid  complete and our prices tire*  right.  -A-Tinsmithing-Establisiiment^  is run in connection, iind anything in the tin line will he  made to order���������tin-roofing,  cave-troughing, etc. Estimates  given on furnace work.  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil &  Rubber Stamp Company.   u.  j~~g~~.VIaIl   Orders   in   any   quantity  carefully looked after.  Write for prices.  W.   JI.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,   Revelstoke  Station.  "8*0-  "&&������  I    O.H. Allen  desires to publicly thank his  customers for their lilier.-il  Pillroii'ago 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 ns soon as he  can get the roof rain-proof on  his now brew house he can  supply you with quantity us  well as the usual gooel quality.  JU-  Revelstoke  Brewery.  OUR FORTHCOMING  BOOK.  What the Newspaper Press of British  Columbia has to say of the Herald's  Book to Advertise North Kootenay's  Resources.  If anything were wanting to emphasize the usefulness and importance  of the Hl~KA~,i-Ts fnithcomilig hook  about the resources of the North  Knotuimy country, it is the generous  and spontaneous nolicu it is receiving  from   the   newspaper   press    of    the  province.   From exchanges a few  extracts are re-printed.  Tlie News-Advertiser of Vancouver,  says:  ''Tliu KevrlsLqke '"Ilei-ald" is preparing a "Diamond Jubilee .Souvenir" descriptive of the mining and  other resources of North Kooltiimy.  This is a section of West Kootenay,  whicli lias not in the pasl. from various circumstance'"-, received that, at-"  teutiou from prospectors and others,  to which its lesotuces entitle'., it. The  "Souvenir" should be ol valuable assistance in milking the. section known  anil from lhe prospectus which the  ���������'Herald" has i.-siied. the "Souvenir"  will he both a full exposition of the  natural wealth and the possibilities of  lhe district "ind a" testimony,to the enterprise of its publishers," "  ��������� ���������The Victoria Times says about the  Herald's forthcoming hook : "    '   '  "Johnson to Pettipiece, publishers of  tho Itevelstoke Herald, have announced a prop')se:d Diamond Jubilee  Soiivetiir. illustrative, and descriptive  eif the mining resources of North Koot-  enny. p It will he an interesting and  comprehensive woik, indexed, illustrated anti prinledfWith "artistic linish  unsurpassed hy anything hitherto produced in the Dominion of tjniiada."  It. will deal principally with the. mining interests of Itevelstoke, Lard can,  Big Hend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet,  Albert Canyon. .Jordan Pass and other  points of-the North ��������� i'ootenay. The  enterprise of the; "Revelstoke publishers merits, and should be accorded,  ���������"'. Jje*">(_'ri_.:is support."        *   ,.N.   ,    .  The Vancouver "World says:  "The enterprising proprietors of the.  Itevelstoke Herald intend to celebrate;  the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen by  getting out a bi-iint.ifully illustrated  book descriptive of the "mining anel  other resources nf North Kootenny.  They deserve to be fully encouraged  in their meritorious venture."  The subjoined notico .is from "the  Now Denver Lodge:  "The.,Revelsttiko Herald is preparing  a Souvenir which will deal principally  with the mines anil prospects of North  Koolenay. It will be iu book i'urin and  will no doubt be very interesting."  The Colonist, ol Vic! oria says :  "The Revelstoke Herald " proposes  shortly te> i--s.'.e what it describes as  "a, beautifully illustrated book, descriptive of the mining and other resources of North Kootenay." lievel-  .sloki!-iS-the_iiiitiit'.il-ilist  for the district referred to. The book  will be* as timely, as we know it will  be interesting anel valuable."  The Rubslaiitl-Miner says:  "The Revelstoke Herald announces  a Jubilee edition consisting ufa handsomely illustrated book descriptive of  the mining and other resources of  North Koolenay."  The Nelson Ali'ner makes the following comment:  ���������'Tlie enterprising publishers of the  Revelstoke Herald intend publishing  shot lly a Diamond Jubilee Souvenir.  It will not be: _a mere pamphlet,  but an interesting 1nnd comprehensive  work, carefully edited, copiously illus-  trateil and turned out with artistic It will naturally deal principally with the mining interests of  Revelstoke, Tjiirdeau, Big Bend, Trout  Luke, lllecillewaet. Alnert Canyon,  Jcii.'liiii Pass, and the other point's of  the North Kootenay."  The. foregoing extracts arc only a  few out of many, and serve to show  llie widespread interest that is being  taken in the Herald's furthcoming  Diamond Juhilee Souvenir book,  and how important it is for everyone  having an interest in the resources of  North Kootenay to lose no time in  communicating with tlie "Herald's  Souvenir Editor," Revelstoke, B.C.  If You Have a  __      MINE TO SELL  or wish a company  formed, or  wiinl to buy n mine or shares--)  in .-niy mine*, wpnt to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a linn ow. write'at once to  JAS. L. FORD &  CO..  Mine Brokers.   Mining Stocks.  '.Hit Riverside Ave.  SpokanI''.   Wash.  JlpvEpsTOKE Station,  B.C.  WATCHES, CLOCKS  -Repairing Done AND    JEWELLERY  A new and complete stock just received.  'QUY BARBER, aRR. injector.  THE   DIAMOND   JUBILEE  How It Was Celebrated by the Citizens  of Revelstoke  June 22nd, 1S()7, will be a d-iy long  reinenibei'cd among the people of  Revelstoke. In the girdle of rejoicing  whicli ran round tho globe, as il rolled  into the light of the orb of day, Revelstoke took her part worthily, as a link  destined in the not distant future to  greater iind greater importance. The  weather, though at one time threatening and showery, was on thu whole  more enjoyable than tho intense,  cleuielless heat of the day before:. The  baseball match between the Gold Hill  club and a C. P. It. team was played  in the*, morning before a number of  spectators. The sports in the afternoon itiid-'tlie bicycle and horse races  in the evening attracted a large crowd  of holiday makers, and the day was  wound up in the orthodox stylo by a  display of lire works on the baseball  ground, which was greatly enjoyed.  THE UASKBAJ,-. MATCH  was rather a walkover for .tho Gold  Hill, the representatives of the C.P.R.  being a team hastily got togol her and  somewhat wild in the Held. The score  was as follows:  *     GOLD HILL.  Short, c....'   Mi-Jjcan, p .'....'. ...  ICit.ciude, lb   liduulda lib   Viiuaall. 3b   Doyle, rt   Fleming, it   Wince, cf   Laing, lb   Moore, at)   Grnliiun   Hii-Ker, 3b..*..:, rt   TlieiniiiH, It   Upp r.p...:   ,-ejtt, cf   B-rber    2    1   2  13  ... 0  ... 0  ... 0  ... 0  ... 0  ... 0  ... 0  ... 1  ... 0  A Well Known Eanker Visits Revelstoke  Amongst the week's visitors to  Revelstoke; was .Mr. J.' Waldron Scott,  the well known hanker of Listowel,  Out. "Jr. Scott is making an extended  tour, and combining business - with  pleasure.', by visiting several mining  properties in the Rossland and Sloc-nn  districts, where he and hi*, eastern  Mends- have considerable interests.  _Mi-. Scott was favorably impressed  with the prospects of Ruvulstoke in  the immediate future.  He said that the people of Ontario  were now exercising more caution  than a few months ago in the matter  of mining investments, and that'many  people wi'iu beginning to realize: that,  they had heen too piecipitate in rushing into extensively advertised companies willioiitsullicient investigation  .Mr. Scott, lion ever, says that there is  110 lack of eonfldence in the ultimate  periiiiinetie-i* and stability of the mint's  of "British Columbia as'.-t whole; but  people are beginning lo realize more  clearly than before that mining i.s a  business whicli, to be successful, must  [ike any other In: understood by those  taking part in it.      1,  THE SPORTS,"  comprising 18 events", caiiii* off "in.the  h.-'.-'uhull    grounds   in   the   afternoon.  The following was the-piogvauimo:   '-  ��������� 100 yards lioy.s''rncu���������Frank Blown  1. AV. Ueavo 2, J. Benson 3.-  100 vards open���������T. Taylor 1, Gob.  Eeharil 2. ��������� .     . ���������-  '     '  100 vards amateur���������W. F. Crage 1,  W. .Mem-is 2.    -  High jump���������B. Gainer 4ft. Din. I, R.  iMcllinoyl 2.  Long jump���������It. Mcllmoyl ISft. Gin. 1,  Chas. Field 17ft. IO111. 2.  Quarter mile open���������R. Mcllmoyl 1,  T. li. L. Taylor 2.   *  ' Quarter mile amateur���������P. Leake 1,  XV. P.'Crage 2.  Hop, step and jump���������B. Gainer 30ft.  1, Thomas 35tt. '2.  Pole jump���������R.AIcIlm-yl 7ft. 3in. 1,  B. Gainer 2.  Putting the shot���������J. P. Sutherland  29lt. llin. 1, Dan. Dunbar 27ft. Kill. 2.  Sack race, open    C. Field.  Hack race.*, amateur���������W. IF. Crage 1,  A. Trembliiy2. '*   *  -^-"lile-open���������Ohiis".'Fiold-l,-Ohas.-"V-il-  son 2, T. E. L. Taylor 3.  Consolation race���������E. Moore 1,  Dwight Ross 2, A. Dean 3.  Tug of war for a keg of beer���������Angus  McDonald's' team vs. R. Fleming's  team.    Won by tormer.  BICYCLE RACES    ���������  came olf on Front street iu the evening, and consisted of six events.  Quarter mile, 2 in 3, local: Heat 1--  E. Edwards 1, G. McTavish 2; heat 2���������  li. Edwards 1, It. Scott 2; heat 3���������li.  Scott 1, G. McTavish 2.  One mile' amateur���������E. Jackson 1,  VV. Morris 2.  Ladies' race, quarter mile���������Mis*  Northey 1, Mrs. Yolland 2.  Half mile local���������E. Edwards 1, U.  Scotl 2. -o  Half mile amateur���������11.' Northey 1.  P. Leake 2. Prize not awarded owing  to foul.  One mile open���������E. Edwards 1, F.  Lewis 2.  The only contretemps occurred in  the half niilc'amalcur, in the linish of  which Bert Northey, who was slightly  leading, and E. Jackson collided, wilh  the result that the latter took a header  which put, him horn de etombat. A  second afterwards W. "loiris, who  was coming up a good third, ran into  a elog ami got a very nasty spill indeed,  though fortunately without serious  injury.  HOUSE  RACE.  Quarter mile, free for all, was  iiwai'iled to AI. Pettipiece's Lark after  some dispute about t be start.  Tlie programme was well cmried,  the crowd was good humored and orderly, and the day was, taken altogether, a most pleasant one. The band  gave some selections in. the evening,  which added greatly to the enjoyment  of the people and showed that considerable progress is being made by the  members. Great credit is clue to the  various committees and their officers  for the aelmirable manner in which  the ai'i-angeiuents for the day were  planned anel carried out.  THOMSON'S  LANDING.  Bear Stories from' Fish Creek���������Big  Deals in Lardeau Properties���������The  Ferguson Saw Mill.  I-'toiii Onr Own Oorre3pon1le.1l.  Thomson's Landing, June 17.���������D,  Kobiiison and D. Ferguson with a new  steam saw mill for the town of Pei'-  gtison, arrived here last night. They  stiii-ted out wilh il 'today and will  probably arrive at Ferguson tomorrow.  The continuous rain is inlerfei-iug  with prospecting, and till the liotuls in and Trout Lake are full to  overilowing.  One of tho members of the survey  party working under Mr. Carrie had a  close call front a heat- the other day  about 2 miles west of Thomson's. As  they wet-o 011 their way to camp, one  eil'Gthe party, who fortunately had a  small hand itxo in his belt wont up a  tree to got his bearings for camp. No  sooner had he got tlie tree than ho observed ti huge black hear trailing them  up iind Wiii-ned his companions who  also went up trees. The bear trailed  them up and promptly climed up after  No. 1, who drew his "axe and waited  his arrival. ' When the bear came  within striking distance tlio surveyor  slashed his head with the axe laying  hare his skull, the skin of* which  flapped over-his eyes, thu blood blinding him. The bear then slitl down tho  tree and after pawing round and trying to find out what was .the matter  with his head for about 15 minutes,  disappeared in the bush. The survey-  01s were afraid to come down for  sonio time, but eventually did so, and  ran all tho way to camp.  Ben Roainy, the champion ninirod  of the Trout Lake country was held np  one Monday by a big Fish Creek Silver  Tip. It was ii moan thing for 'a bear  to hold up. an unarmed man. ' Ben  says if lie only had his gun things'  would have been different. ,Be*n tried  tei reason with the bear, and no doubt  teild him of .his exploits .in .Kansas  Colorado, Texas*," Montana iind Koot  eriiiy. but the bear diein't seem lo bluff  worth a,cent and commenced to advance-. Bon who is a genuine 0 Yank  and never fights without his tfim  quickly scrambled up a tree. The  bear'eapit* up. and after making observations .went on up the trail, 110  doubt concluding that his intended  victim wasn't fat enough to waste time  on.  George "White and his partner who  discovered a claim on the. Silver Cup  lead lhc2~th of May, soltl out to Mr.  Jos. Young of Spokane. The consideration is said lo be in l|ie neighborhood of $30,000.  The saw mill at Trout Lake* has  starti'd up aud run for it few hours.  There art* a number of big deals on  tho tiipis in .tlio Lai-doim and Trout  Lake districts, and it will probablv -be  known next week whether thev" will  go through or otherwise. . " _j  -""AIT Beaton came to tlTtTLandiiig to-  day, _ He is waiting for his partner,  who is expected from Calgary with a  carload of horses.  Kindergarten Jubilee "  Tho Jubilee exercises of tin* kindergarten, whicli took place on Saturday  afternoon, weie well attended Iiy a  number of the parents of the little  ones and others interested in the; iu-  stitutiein. The maimer in which the  children rendered their very interesting programme was an excellent  illustration of liinilergaiteil work, and  reflects the greatest credit on their  teacher, Aliss Alartin, particularly  considering that she has only hael the  children under her direction for a few  weeks.  THE ORPHAN BOY.  The feillowing correspondence appeared in tho Victoria Colonist of tliu  17th inst.  "Under Vancouver news in yesterday's issue you state that tin* .shareholders of the Orphan Boy have withdrawn proceedings. Allow us to  state that such is not the case, the  committee having the* matter in  charge are working htirel getting  things into shape, and wlit-n the trial  takes place revelations will bo ninth*  that will astonish the investing public.  We regret to find your correspondent  publishing such news without llrst  speaking to any iiit'iuher of the e-om-  inilli'C. Hoping you will give ctpiul  publicity to this c-ontratlic'-tion that  you did to the item in question anil  oblige the  CllAIIIMAN /.NO SlSCltETAltV.  't 'm     '  "  To Whom it May Concern.  Tt) the Editor or The IIeiiai.d :  ���������Sir,���������Please allow me space in your  valuable columns to draw the attention  of-whom it may concern to the fact  that about onu year ago a few of us  interested opened up some streets near  the corners of AIc-Naughtt'ii and Kensington avenue, as it was necessary to  get teams to our places of business.  We were promised that public money  woulel be spent after we hael opened  these streets at our own expense.  Now we wish to know are those who  are endeavoring to improve the town  to be encouraged or not. Is no public  money to 'do spent where it so badly  needed? Alust we rest content to  daily lift wagons out of the mud ?  Yours,   Ratepayer.  DIAMOND JUBILEE  THE   PROCESSION -VIEWED   BY  VAST THRONGS.  Enthusiastic Reception of- Her  Majesty  ���������Mf. Laurier and the Canadian Contingent Meet  with   an   Ovation���������The  Illuminations and Jubilee Beacons.  (Si'iiciAr. to thk Herald.) ,  London, June 2:'.���������The vast crowds'  waiting for a glimpse of tho Queen foi'  10 consecutive hoiirs were amazing in'  their The- policci hud' little  trouble. A Royal salute of sixty guns'  announced the approach "of "the procession to thu waiting millions. Tho  Colonial section first moved into'line;  and the Hon. Wilfred Laui'ier escorted  by Canadian Hussars'and Dragoons  and the Alounted Police received  thunders of applause. Then followed'  tho other Premiers, who were succeeded by the mounted' troops ��������� of thei  Crown Colonies. The Dominion troops  ignin came iii for great praise. '  Britains war strength, was shewn iu  tho military .procession whicli filed  passed the palace 50 niiitiitos'after the  Colonials had reached ' Constitution'  Hill. The' sight was one to stir the-  blood as only soldiers havo stirred ib  froin the dawn of time. ' Liistof all'  came tlie Royal contingent and the'  Queen. Such thunders of' applause  were never heard in London before us'  tlu*. Royal carriage passed through the'  millions of packed humanity. -  Air. "Laurier met'with an .especially  warm reception at lho Colonial stands,  opposite the Horse Guards. He was  ������really impressed by the splendor of  the day's ceremonies, and by. the enthusiastic ovations from thecrowds. .'  * With tlie coming of night the ilium-',  inati'nns. miles on miles of brilliancy,  and sparkling color, burst out all over  iho metropolis. t.-Thesc.rwei'e followed* -  by the Jtibtlee beacon fire, starting on'  Malvern.hill and flashing across thu'  United Kingdom' from tlie Hebrides  to Cornwall. Tho weather throughout,  the celebration was perfect, and not*  an untoward incident is reported from  any quarter.  Great Washout on the Bow  From Thursday week there was 110  through 'train till ycsletilay. The  causes of tho delay are extensive washout*- occurring in the: Bow River  valley, owing to a cloud burst in the*  Devil's Lake, about S miles from  Banff. The wateis of the: Jake rose S  feet in an hour and swept down the  Devil's Creek into the Bow, washing  out the brielgi'S* and damaging the  load bed as far down as cJalg.-iry, the  lower part of which was flooded. 15  bouses being carrie.l away anil much  damage done to irrigation works in  thu valley. Four bridge's are gone.  Local trains have been running from  Banff.'  THE JUBILEE" IN VICTORIA,  Henize   Going  to   Build' the    Road  to  "    . "       Pentiction Anyhow. ��������� "      .  Vancouver; J une 23.��������� The city was*  extremely. quiet during the Jubilee"  celebration. -By tacit consent Van--  couver and New Westminster sent  over loOO people to swell the.crowds at  the capital, where the mammoth celebration occurred. In the military  display the chief attraction was'th'e*-  America 11 bluejackets;* who took part  with the British jat'k tars in doing  honor lo the Queem���������The���������Vancouver"  company of the 2nd brttalion took the:  first prize in the march past. Tbe city  was beautifully decor.iti-d, every avail-,  able yard of colored hunting unci every*"  flag available being used in' tlie:,  decorations. ��������� r.^y       ,  Trail. .Time 13.���������An indignation  meeting was held last night, over a report from Ottawa that the charter  and subsidy for the Columbia to Western railroad extension to Penticton  were not/to be granted. " Strong Ian- -  linage was used against Dr. Milne anil  his'associate**, anil a stiongly worded  resolution was telegraphed le) Minister  Blair. ���������____. ���������  Vancouver. June 23.���������There is a  persistent rumor on the street this  morning that lleitr/.eii going to build  the branch Uf Penticton any way.  The Jubilee Services. -,,_  The services in St. Peter's church  took a jubilee character throughout'  on Sunday. At morning prayer tlio".  psalms, lessons, hymns anil collects^  were .'ill special for thu occasion, ns'  we-re* the gospel und epistle in the'  celebration which followed. The open  air service in the evening was well ,  .-ittendeel and both choir anil band,  rendered the special music, prepaied-  for thu occasion very pleasingly and.  tho whole- service was greatly appreciated by the numbers who were pre-_  sent. Rev. P. A. Ford . gave nn impressive patriotic address recalling the  hlussiiigs accorded to this Empire dm*-"  ing thu Queen's long reign. The ser-.  vice closeel by the singing of the  Nalionul Anthem, which was most  heartily and feelingly rendered by the  whole congregation.*  t Now is the time for housewives tei  bu considering the purchase of preserving jar-. C. B. Hume to Co. in-.'  vite tliem to inspect their enormous  stock of glass sealei-s, which are quoted at right prices.  The Herald is iii   receipt   of  the  Jubilee number of thoToionto  Globe.*'  This is about the most ambitious anil  at the same   time successful  etfoit at  illustrated j'luriiulism/which  has yet  appeared in  Camilla.     It is superbly.  {jot up with a   profusion   of  excellent  bair-tono eiisrivivincrs of the*  niemhcitr.  of   the   royal   family,  and   scenes   in  Emrland connected with   the  coiuinc .  celebration, together with  pictures  of  Canadian interest   bcurins:   upon   the  events nf Iler Majesty's lemg and glorious reign.    We 1 ongratulate our  big  conteiiiporaiy on its- inairnificont con-'  t-i'ihtitiiui to the celebration of our Imperial Jubilee,  nl  '���������ll  ]  1 *yiWi*amai������mi<&r' w������ i"T ^'������ *������* ****  Agents:  Victoria Powder Co.  E &  Wholesale and Retail General /Vlerchants.  Agento:  RAM LAL'S TEA  JiBW D$Y GOODS . . .  Now Opening, Consisting of Dress Goods, Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, Cottons, Cretonnes, Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets in Latest  Designs.  J_Ottl IH STOCK .. .  Just arrived three' .Cars of HARDWARE, one Car of  TINWARE and STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners and Builders.  Our Supply ot Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Right.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are the Best That Can Be Procured-IN PRICE We Can Compete Witb Any.  STOKES.     KEVefcSTOKG,    TROUT  I-AK6 CITV,    F6RGUS0N.  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OUR LADY-OF   THE   RAINS  A nation spoke,to a nation,  A tnieBii sent word to a throne,  "It's pretty damp in mamma's house,  But it's clamper in niy own;  Aly climate's getting awful,  And if Air. Kipling deigns,  -Hein-future-will-adress-nie-  As 'The Lady of the Bains.'"  "The  skies  have been   weep,   weep,  weeping.  Weeping for many days;  Gloomily through the deepening rnud  Alywhite men go their ways;  Not to the'Gentile's clamor.  But to chilblains, coughs andamrscp  Do my people knuckle under,"  -   Said "OurLady of the TVunps."  "Aly speech is clear and -single,  I "talk of common things.  Words of the dripping eavetroughs.  And the colds the downpour  brings.  I feel a bit dishevelled--  For I wear my oldest duds,  Aud I'm mocked of my own people,"  .Said "Our Lady of the Muds."  "I called my Chiefs to council,  (And      they      all    arived    soaked  -through)  But when it's ii matter of weather,  Well���������what can my chiefs do!-'  The path we tread is'a damp one,  Anel we tread it with regrets.  In a week we'll be .web footed,"  Said "Our Lady of the "Vets."  "Carry the wbrel to ray sisters,  To lhe epic-en of the  East and  the  South, "  Tell them.I'd like to trade them  Some of my rains for their droix'.f!'-  I was much too rough on Rudyard,'  ' For when this wet wind blows.  I'd like once more to figure.  As "A Lady of the Snows.'"  A nation spoke to a nation,  A iineen sent word to a throne.y  "It's pretty damp in mamma's liecise,  But it's damper in-my own.  I'd no idea that springtime  Was a time for aches and pains'.  But. this weather's really beastly,"  Said "Our Lady of the Rains."  MEMBERS  HAD   BEEN   PAID  And Many Had Left for Home���������No  Opposition to the . Vote���������The  Government Asking for Large  Borrowing   Powers  Ottawa, June IS).���������With the members anxious to leave for home  Minister Blair moved today the ratification of the arrangement with C.P.R.  for the construction of the Crows  Nest Pass Railway. Before tho order  was called, instructions were given to  the accountant to pay out the sessional  lndomdities nnd nil tho members who  can get pairs will leave tonight. The  few who were loft listened to a loud  declamation by the Minister of Kail-  ways on the importance of building  i the railway and the resolution passed  without a division.  mi; LOANS  The Government asketl for authority  to borrow $15,000,000 at a rate not  exceeding -1 per cent. This is in  addition to the authority that now  exists for borrowing. The Government has authority to borrow thirteen  or fourteen millions in addition to the  to the sum now asked, making power  to raise it loan of twenty eight or  twenty nine million*... It is unprecedented for the Government to bring  down such it motion after the  members have been paid off. The  money raised is to be applied to  Hoating indebtedness or public works.  ��������� 'MEllKY'DEL VAL  Senator Laudry asKcd in the senate  if the Government had been advised  as to the truth of the report  coming from Winnipeg, tbat Aigr.  [Aleri'vTJel Val had advised Catholics  o[ Manitoba to accept the Laurier-  Grcenway settlement of the school  tiuestion.  =J_he__!^cre_ti!xy _of__!"_itate said the  Government "had no information-off  the subject.  Clilrori. Sifton left suddenly for  Winnipeg this afternoon,'and it is  rumoured that his departure has  something in do with the school  tiuestion.   Ministers here   are   tellin  thing in the way of getting the minority their rights they would lind that  the question was by no means dead.  Ex-Preniier Bowell said he was  amazed at the audacity of the Seci-e  tai-y of State accusing the: Government of Sir John Alacdonald with  cowardice in not voting on the* Alani-  toba school iicO.wheii he knew that had  that course been followed the legislature of the province would have  enacted the legislation-over and over  again. The refusal of the Secretary of  State to answer the que&tion put to  him was tin evidence of the truth of  the .report in tlie newspapers. Tho  action of the Government right  through its negotiations on this question in refusing to give Parliament the'  record of its negotiations was au act of  Trrant cowardice.  ROWING    OVER    RAILWAYS  DEL VAL SAID TO FAVOUR THE  NATIONAL SCHOOLS  Wholesale dcaleis in  ., Win������s, Spirits aqd Oigars.  Agents for'K. "W. Kara Co.'s Pianos", and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  their followers that the papal delegate  examined and approved ot the system,  with or one two minor changes which  he suggested, anil that Sifton  has gone West to explain these to his  former collegue.-, and to ensure their  (���������seep lance.  MANY BILLS PASSED  Intercolonial May and May Not Reach  Montreal��������� Liberals Buck on the  Columbia and Western��������� Merry Del  Val in with Laurier and  Greenway  . Ottawa June IS.��������� The Government's bargain with the Intercoloni-il  and -Druinmond County railway for  the completion at the Intercolonial  system through to Alontreal received  the ratification of the Commons yesterday and goes to the Senate after it  has been framed into a bill. In tho  Upper House it is likely to have a  much more slot my time, some of the  Senators threatening openly to throw  it out.  "The Heinze gang,*' as the'Colunibia  an.l We "tern promoters are known,  were turned down this morning. The  railway comiuitiec was called upon to  put a e."harter through, but several of  the Liberals refused to attend the  committee '-.nd stood out in the corridors while the.committee was counted  out for want of ii>nnorunl.  The report is- cm-rent and has gained  cnnsieierably stability that Aforrv Del  Val, as the result oE his visit to jMnni-  toha, decicISl'liT^i T-pejrt-in-favorer- of  the^ Lauric-i'-Grceinvay school settle:-  nient. and will advise the minority to  ace*ept the public school system. This  report, if true, will be iL great victory  for the advocates of national schools.  Head Offiee, Toronto  Paid Up Capital  Reserve.   -   .-  31,953,500  .1,106,800  ' -, ��������� Directors  ��������� ���������    H. S. Howland,  President      '" !  T.R. Alerntt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert JafTray, .-  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkio, General Manager.  Branches  North West iind British Columbia  Brandon "  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la (  Prairie!  Prince Albert  Ontario  Vancouver  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Have a  Tiff  Over   the  Question���������Crow's Nest  Is     Read;    a    First  The: Government will refund money  paid by dismissed civil servants inte)  the superannuation fund.  The bicycle bill is being strotngly opposed by the railways and, maybe  thrown out by the Senate.  The Pacific cable project, will be discussed by the colonial _-.i premiersin  London after the Jubilee;   celebration.  The Senators  Old School  Pass Bill  Time  Ottawa, June "il.,���������The House of  Commons order paper was cut,  down considerably at Saturday's  sitting and the Senate order paper  grows in proportion.  The tariff bill .was finally allowed to  go through.  The Intercolonial railway extension  bill was was read three times, after a  further protest; from Alessrs Foster  and lfaggart and sent up to tins  Senate along with other 'measures., of  minor importance.  The act respecting trial by jury; in  the North West Territories passed its  final reading.  The Crow's Nest Pass railway. bill  got its first reading.  a Tin-* ovkk schools  Hon Clifford ��������� .Sifton's' "..sudden  departure for the west caused a warm  discussion in the Senate yesterday,  when Senator Bennier asked the  Government if he was carrying out  further negotiations regarding the  school question.  Senator Se-ott replied quite ci'issly.  _.herc was nothing to public,  lie; said. Years ago the: Government nf  Sir John Alactlonnld were too cowardly  t<������-vote on the: Manitoba school act.  -ind the: rights of the: minority were  sacrificed. ;i  Senator Bemicr'assured the Government that if they did notsoon do some:  Its All in -the Kootenay Guide  NOT WANTED  The Kind of Englishman   Who Should  Stay at Home.  Jno, Love,\a .successful Englishman  of Grt'nfe'll. A =*<.*),, has I icon telling the  Canadian Gruetlt- tome* racy impressions of the North Wes>t. Among  other things be* said:  "We don't, want tins kind of .r'ng-  lishmen you have most to spare. We  have hnti a lot, eif litem and n* poor hash  they make of it._ and always must  in ike of it. We ilcju'l want your  young Kngli-h fellow with n tfiotwine)  pounds or so to flunk awav. l>*t the'in  chuck it away at home or at Monte-  Carlo, or anywhere they like, except  the North Wc" t. They are: a curse- in  a country where a man 11111-51 work if  he *,��������������� ever to do anything for himself.  At first of rniir-su the stove* do gootl  bnsiin'^3 with these (Inxisaml pound  voung Englishmen: then the-y ge't. to  the end of their money and bail debts  b*giii to", anel they go  home, and this sort of whine go*"-.-, all  round your E)i'jtlis}e drawing room--  ���������"orth'West Canada! Oh yc-s, poor  dear Charlie went there and what a  lot of money he IijkU ft is an awful  country, truly awful." Well, let them  keep away; that awful country wants  none ot them, or any such as they:  they have elone us barm enough.  They don't know how to work and  never will learn. They only know how  to gamble, and drink, and swear, and  live on remittances. If they should  happen by chance to do a bit of work  one day, they want to loaf 'around all  the rest of the week,-shooting or having ii. picnic party. That's all bosh  Wc don't want them."  LIL PROTESTS  Washington, I). C. June IS.���������Ex-  Queeti .Ld. of the: Hawaiian Islands  lile-tl a protest in the olVie-c or tin; Secretary of Slate to'lay against. Ilm annexation treaty. Secretary Sherman  treated the bearers of this protest mo.-tl  courteously, but gave no indication Of  his action in the matter.  Essex       '  Niagara Falls    St. Thomas  Fergus     - Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sanlt St. Alarie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents   in    Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  Loudon,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  oLabCtve.branches. _.   -___.������������������_������������������..   _.   _____  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bunk  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 all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, united States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand- <*tc  Gold -Purchased  A- R. B- EEARN.  -'      Manager* Revelstoke Bi'anch.  Merchant's* Hotel  lllecillewaet, B. C.  This hotel has .just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect." * Good accommodation. Best  Wines, Leiqutirs and Cigars at the Bar."  . J. Lappan, Proprietor;  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act 'ot Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital    ���������  Rest Fund   -     -  Head Offlce-  $2,000,000  - 1,400,000  -Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W-.AIoIson Alacpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  XV. AI. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Einley   .7. P. Cleghorn  II. Markland Alolson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managpr  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals, firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES:  Aylmer, Ont.  Jirockvillc, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Out,  London, Ont.  Aleaford, Ont.  Montreal, P.'Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Ont.  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C  McGregor IVI-ip" .  ~VI~|-III'ko Itlt-V-iCU  T. 6. Phepoe, Mana_er  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Out.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sold, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto. Ont.  TorontoJnnc'n.Ont  TrtSnton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Wooclstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Alan  The Largest Hotel in Town."  Centrally Located. ���������  Best Accomodation.* ���������'   ,   ,"  St. Leon Hot Springs, on Upper-Arrow  Lake, ran in connection. ���������  Rates $1.00 Per Day.     -     Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstolte.  The gateway to the great  Eastl^ootenay  gold fields ..    ..  assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for commercial and  -   mining men,   Free sample rooms.  Vort Ptoolo Stnso leaves Kootonoy  "Iouao   ovcry .Tucscluy.  Strictly First Class S.ADLER, Propr.  From Brantford,  ihe Home of Good Manvfaclurers.  ^  THE ONLY C.MJJDLM BICYCLE  That received an award at the "World's Columbian  Exposition For points of general excellence was. the.  Brtiiiti'orel Red Bird, the strongest, speediest and  mott beautiful bicycle sold in. the Dominion today.  profession  pion������hips for '90 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-ana  beautiful Red Bird. " '  Branches:   Toronto, Montreal, St. John,"Winnipeg  and Sydney, Australia;  T-HE SOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantfopd  These Famous Wheels are sold by the Coioan-IIollen-Doions Co.  UEE & ATKI^SOH  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cnrtti^e 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.  CR-UGH^Y,  flliBERTH.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  1  Can "buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming      |  Than vou can. afford to ia  Than you can. afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  %  Dt-ay  1-*���������**������ rt*KSPeeislty  i.l-*V^Ii6~a Prices  -::t Supplement to the Revelstoke Herald,  /J  "W  Saturday, June 5.6, 1897.  STILL EN FETE  JUBILEE REJOICINGS CONTINUE  IN LONDON   '���������  l =  Banquetted by the Lord Mavor���������Seven  Hundred Colonial Soldiers at the  Lyceum���������The Senate Kicks Over the  Traces* ��������� Total Loss of a Russian  Ironclad  (Special to the Herald.)  London. June -20.���������The Jubilee  celebrations still continue, in ban-  eiucts, receptions and balls. Yestei-day  afternoon the lord , miiyor of London  banquetted'all the. princes and princesses, home"and foreign; that were, in  the procession. * The Prince* of Wales  toiisted . the lord mayor, and lady  mayoress., - -     _   -      ���������   ,: '>-   ������������������ -,   -  - Sir Henry Irving invited the colonial  troops. 700 in n inn her,", to -a" special  performance,at the Lyceum. ,-Their  march from Chelsea barracks, to; the  Strand was almost a repetition of, the  ovation of Tuesday. , ��������� . .- , , -  The National Liberal club is to banquet. Laurier. ._ .    ,,   ,  The premiers are to have it conference " Iwith   .Chamberlain    regarding  imperial  federation before leaving for  their homes. ..,.-'.  ��������� .OttaWi., .June 20.���������After a discussion,   lasting "2    hours, .no    further  progtess was made in the Crow's Nest  Pass bill iii the'house yesterday.  ��������� If the'Senate "decides  to  throw out  the Supply bill."the government must  bring elowu a new bill, with the Grand  Trunk appropriation eliminated. ,���������  i Quebec,, 'June   20.���������Rev.   . "Canon  Bruchesi has been created Archbishop  of Montreal.  Winnipeg, June 20.���������The crop reports are all to the.elfeet that there  will,bo more.,than an - average crop  owing to the recent rains.  THE NEW YORK MARKET.  Today's Quotations in the Metal Market.  New York, June 20.���������Bar'silvi*'r,00������:  copper, broker's '11.23; lead,' broker's,  3.25. .' - - ���������"-  . __������.   ���������-  VISITING   IN   THE   LARDEAU  Mr. Sussman, M. E., of the C. P. R.,  Visiting Kootenay's Richest Camp.  ~-AlrrSussmiTn7~AifE:rwhb-i8-the--ceiii--  fidentinl mining engineer and expert  for the C. P. R. Co., is "now visiting  the Lardeau country and judging of  the "merits" of the different mines  where actual 'development work is in  progress." ' Air. Sussinairis "from Boston, which for-many years past.has  been'the'financial 'centre of all the  largest mining, combinations and  transactions in the United States. Air.  Sussman does not visit the Lardeau ns  a stranger, ns.he, .was. .there, .when .the  district began to come into prominence  over a year ago. He at that time predicted a "great .future feir it,'.and is still  eif 'the stime opinion, possibly niore. so  than before.. Alr-SiissinaiMs a gentleman of great-scientific attainments,  anil has giveu special, the  question of smelting, about .which .he  knows possibly as much ,as uny-man  today, in-British Columbia, .'not, excepting,.Mr. P. Aug. .Henize and Air.  Bellinger of'the. Trail Smelter Co. .Mr.  Sussman's present visit j to., the ..North  Kootenay has.a pronounced bearing  on the immediate...prosperity of the  distr,ictj..___Thej_opinious that.he,, forms  as'the result'pf his'investigations will  be regarded with the greatest respect  both on this continent and'in 'Europe.  JUBILEE AMENITIES.  Very gratifying to loyal subjects in  British Columbia, lias been the sympathetic iind kindly manner in which  the press^-eif, the States immediately  across 'tlie boundary has spoken on  the occasion of the Queen's Jubilee.  It shews how the intercourse, which  has so rapidly sprung up in the west  within the past'few years between the  two' peoples   has   tended   to    soften  asperities, and led to a better  mutual  i     ,. -     '. ,    :  understanding. It is still of course incomprehensible'to the editors of Idaho  and Washington'hdw'it is that Canadians persist iu'clinging so firmly to  what they call"the uiohiucliical idea.  On the"other band it is equally hard for  us to 'understand how our cousins  across the line'fail'to see that as subjects of the'E'mpire we enjoy its full "a  measure eif freedom as they' themselves  in their'cap'teit'y as citizens' of the  Great ' Republic", and that we have  good reason to regard our liberties iis  founded on a mo'-e. secure "iind solid  basis than even Iheirown. "But'difliei-  einc-es'of opinion of this kind only reveal a spirit of sober'p'atriotism, without which no man, whether Britisher  or American is worth his'salt. It is a  gi-eat^thin^ to see ou ."^neighbor's in  Spokane and Seattle discard the unreasoning spirit of suspicion 'and unfriendliness to which part of jthe  Uiiileel States'press is only to willing  to lend itself, and to throw up their  caps anel shout "Go'd'save the Queen"  with 'a hearty sympathy and' good  will.  For whether they like it or _not, the  same destiny is coming upon the people of the'United States, as'that which'  Great Britain has, not always cheerfully or willingly, borne for "the past  hundred years. Gradually but surely  their rule will extend itself beyond  their own borders, and they will find  themselves face to face with the  problems, which the constant expansion of tbe Empire lias trained British  statesmen to confront and overcome.  Oiice tliey enter upon their inevitable  course and take up the burdens of  empire, they will begin to understand  what the friendship of Great Britain  really means and what _it .is .really  worthl' With responsibility "will come  increased dignity iu the councils of  the republic, and the role of the spoiled child of international politics will  have to he laid aside -for .one-more  worthy of her destiny. ��������� Grave questions of diplomacy will no-longer be  the sport of irresponsible and* long-'  winded members of the United States  Senate, whom the republic will have  to devise some method of relegating  to.the natural obscurity, .which .provi-.  dence obviously intended that they  should occupy.    '   .<!  ,    _ . ,,   -- .c        "'  There is no greater or truer friend  of the American nation than the people of "the British Empire, *n'6r one,  whii'h'tlfey 'have* allowed 'their .self-  ssekiiig"politicians to treat with such  contumely and ingratitude. . In spite  even of recent^appearances to the contrary. the'HEBALp firmly- belieyesJ that  the time is . approaching .when . they  will arrive at a better understanding  of this matter and, that,, as has -been  said, tlie course,of inevitable events  will prove to tbe United States both  the.reality of our friendship and the  absolute, necessity -of cultivating it.  In the meanwhile the evidence continually cropping up that onr neighbors of the - important states immediately south of British Columbia  areas the natural result of intercourse  beginning already to find lhis out and  appreciate 'it, is very welcome and  gratifying. ,       -  Jubilee Day at Arrowhead.  The first social and dance ever en-  j-jyed in Arrowhead was giveu hy Mr.  anel Mrs. G. T. Newman on Tuesday honor , of* the Queen's  Jubilee. The evening's entertainment  consisted of a programme uf, vocal  iniisic finished up with a dance'. .'At  the'fashionable hour eif '9:30 p. in", the  guests began'to assemble and soon the  music started 'up. and the merry  dancers~weru"glidiiig about the room  in'.the 'dizzy- waltz. -' Air. and Mrs.  JoKnson, Air. and Airs. G-.-T. Newman,  Aliss Edith; Johnson and Mr. Taylor  gave some" very classical vocal' selec  tions which were .highly appreciated.  A,t 12 o'clock all hands sat down to a  most bounteous leptist,' where'a social  hour'wits spent discussing the viands,  after which all joined'in sin'giiig' "God  save'the Qtieen." After -wishing the  hoat'and hostess a long life and many  returns, the guests dispersed all agreeing that they lfiid never spent a more  enjoyable evening. . ���������  . Among those'present were Mr. and'  Mrs. G.'T. Newman, Air. and Airs. J.  J. Foley, "Capt. and- Airs. Williams,  Capt. 'and Mrs.'' Gore, Air. aud Airs.  Johnson. Mr. and Airs. Trnssler, Chief  Engineer aud and Mrs. Rodgers. Aliss  Weeks, Miss Wilters,, Miss .Pander,  Aliss Gore, Aliss Edith .Johnson, and  Alessrs." J. Bruce, .Vic Anderson," J.  Graham, W."J.,Forbes, Cayman and  Claud Pender.     '  A'vote of thanks was tendered the  Alessrs. Taylor und Johnson who kindly furnished music for the dancing.  The Orange Celebration.  The single fare for the'round trip on  thu occasion of Grand Orange Celebration to be.held here on July 12th has  been reduced to $2.50 'fiom Salmon  Arm and$5 from Kamloops., Other  places single fare.. The grand pro-  cessic'h will start about 10 a. in. from  the'station through the town and  back as far as'the baseball grounds,  and then 'disperse for dinner. Speaking will commence on the baseball  ground at 2 p.m. sharp. A dance on'a  platform on the grounds will bring the  day to a pleasant and social, close. It  is expected that close on ?00 Orangemen will take part in the.proceedings.  Mi'. R. Sparling-ofJVernon,-and-:Revs.  GlasoforcT'of Trail, and Prociinier' ot  Kaslo, have heen invited to speak and  th<* last two gentlemen are expected  to take piu-tin the open air service on  the baseln.ll grounds which will take  place at 7 p.m. on Sunday," July -11th.  "The Public School  The closing exercises of the public  school... term wei e held yesterday  .before a good attendance of parents  and friends of the children. After  Principal AlcTaggart- had. put- the  children through, their facings, which  weie very creditably gone through,  Rev.* J. A. .Wood presented the rolls of  honor, iis _ follows : W. 'Beavo, proficiency ; 'Edith Fraser, punctuality  and l regularity'; and Ernest Wood,  deportment.. Master Beavo was also  presented " with a handsome gold  watch,'the gift of his friend,'Mr. W.  Al. Brown.. , Ciikes. fruit, .ice cream,  antV candies, provided by their friends,  were then discussed by the children  withiiiuch enjoyment, and the school  term was lirotight'to a'pleusaht close.  The contract for the court house  hus been awarded to Thos, Hiller, who  is just about;.completing his .contract  for the Imperial .Bank.'- - .       -,  BORN  Fiiaseb.���������On June 24, the wife of J.  Fraser, C. P. R. despatcher, of a son.  MARRIED.  Sloan���������Kane.���������At St. Petet's church,  Revelstoke, on June 21th, by Rev, F.  A. Ford, David Sloan, of Slocan  ���������City. B.C.. and Alargaret Kane, of  Thiee Forks, B.C.  Russell���������Carlton.���������On June' 2~th,'  ,at St. Peter's church, Revelstoke, by  the Rev. F. A. Ford, Edmund Clowes  Russell, of Nelson, B.C., to Alary  Beatrice Carlton, of Esher, Surrey,  England.  '- Police Court  fiefore J. I). Graham, S. Id.  Friday morning P. Ryan, drunk and  disorderly the day before, received a  week to sober up in.  A. Stewart, who had a slight discussion with the bartender of the Col-  uuihiaand the business end of a rubber  hose on the day 'before," took two  weeks. -  I m  "An unfortunate woman, who calls  herself Annie Rooney, and who is  stated to be the heroine of .that popu'  lar song and to be a considerable  musical genius herself, struck the  town on Thursday from Kamloops.  She got a bad kick'in the face from* a  loose horse running round on Douglas  avenue last night, which might have  ended her career. She is slightly .  disfigured but still in the ring.    -  Jas. Nixon and Dan Cameron have  come up from Ferguson.diaving completed their contract on the Nettie L.  They ran 30 feet of a tunnel on the  le'd_.e, and crosscut the ledge about 15  or 20 feet. The ledge shows 7 feet of  almost clean galena and grev copper.  Preparations are being made to tap  the ledge ac a depth of aboutT50 or 200  feet, and the owners expect that when  this is done the mine will prove itself none iu the Liirdeau.  The Great Western Co. are working  on No. 2 tunnel, which they, expect to  have completed up to 150 feet, on the  ledge, with crosscuts 50 feet each way, -  by the end of. July. They will then  commence work on No. 3, which* will  be rim.iti the same way as -No. 2. If  the three thnnels shew up as' well as  the indications look-at present, the  company will consider itself justified  in building a concentrator. They have  already had an offer from a smelting  man to put up a customs concentrator  at the mine.  The At Home in Peterson's hall, held  by the ladies of St. Peter's church, was  well attended. The hall was surup-  ttiously_antl_elegantly=_got_up_as,a__:  pi ivate drawing room. The first part  of theevening was spent in games, in  the course of which a select musical  programme was rendered._The vanishing lady,turn was given, as* well as a  mandolin solo by Airs. Reid. Light  refreshments were "served during the  evening, which wound up with 'a  dunce, which lasted till three in the next  morning.' when the 'guests dispersed  after loyally singing "God Save the  Queen."  Air. Root. W. Wilson, who is engaged iu the compilation of the Herald s  forthcoming Souvenir book about the  North Kootenay, accompanic 1 by' Ali*.  G. E. Grogan, the' Herald's editor  left this afternoon tor nn extended  tour to Comaplix, Thomson's Landing,  Trout Lake'City, Ferguson, and the  adjacent 'mines. "At Ferguson they  will'join Air. Sussman, AI. E.. who'is  now there looking at the various properties in course of development with  a view to advising the headquarters  staff of the CP. R. as-to. the permanency, of the,field nnd. the n'ecesss-  ary arrangements for - keeping pace  with - the traffic "iind 'providing the  facilities that the fast, increasing requirements of,the' Lardeau demand.  'Mr.;~V. B.,p6ol will'the' party "in  "the early"pwt of next'Wcekl  /I ' Supplement   Revelstoke Herald, June 26th, 1897.  LOCAL ANDJIENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Persona  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  is agent   for the  into  the  Lar-  cattle on  the  * H. N.  Coursier  Heintzman Piano.  Tlie new saw mill has reached Ferguson safely, anti is being rapiilly put  up.  Dr. AIcKecbnie and Jeff's hospital is  now ready for the. reception of  patients.  A surveying party started in to survey the. new.; townsite at Rosenheim on  Tliiusday.  Air. XV. Abrahamsoii is putting up  an elegant and com modioli-; residence  on Douglas street.  Capt. Williams lias'.purchased a lot  in Arrowhead and contemplates erecting a handsome residence on it at once.  Fred. Edgar and W. Chapman left  on Thursday to do assessment work  01: the. Margaret claim, an extension  ol* the Sultana on the North Arm of  the lake.  Air. P. Arena will open the. Hotel  Rosenheim at Rosenheim, Galena Bay,  about tho middle of July. The house  will have 10 bedrooms, a spacious dining room and a lirst class bar.  A-new paper, to be called the Economist., will be is.sue*el at Nelson during  the early part of July. Air. D. Al.  Cat-ley, a well known newspaper man,  will i-iiti the new journal.  Air. F.   AlcCarty   left,  yesterday  for  Vernon to  purchase   a   car   of   hogs  wliich will   be. shipped  ileau with a e-ai- of beef  lirst of the. week.  The; American company, which  bonded the Black Bear on Pool Creek,  have a crew of six or eight, men at  work on tlie group, on which extensive operations are in progress.  The lis pendens filed by Air. Williams in the e-ase of the Orphan Boy  hits been withdrawn and another'instituted in lhe name of the whole  body of shareholders.  .lack Staubert is jubilant over a  fresh strike he has made on the north  shove of Trout Lake, about 12 miles  down from Trout. Lake City, which ho  s.ivs is tlie biggest thing he has struck  yet.  The deal for the Hotel Feiguson between Black eif Sandon. and Dave  Crockett did not go through. It is  understood that Mr. Black is going to  put up hotels both in Ferguson and  Trout Lake City.  I"). Caufield. ii railway man from  Craijrellachie. came in on Wednesday  to he treated for diphtheria The anti-  ______oxi_____trfe:itnient renili'ied iiim convalescent yesttoolay, aT7tlriie~will���������rp.^  turn lo Craigellarlne nfte-r being dis-  infecle������d.  - The interest taken "by   the   outside  gnblic in onr Jubilee Souvenir Guide  ook to North Kootenay is pleasingly  illustrated hy the fact that we are il-  l-eaely in receipt of inquiries from people iii the east, asking where it can be  obtained.  Air. John Homer of the* Vienna  bakery, Fergus-oil. was in town yesterelay getting bricks for liU oven. Air.  Hiiiiier ran a wetll known bakery-sw.!.  restaurant for tlie last four years in  Nelson, lie will mil a coffee saloon  jn connection with his bakery in Ferguson.  P. Gorman has restnked the St.  Helena on the hill above the town,  iinel transferred it as the; Mountain  View to Fred Edgar. About four  hundred dollars worth of work has  been done* driv'ng a shaft on the claim,  assays from which have gone all the  way from a tiace to $312 in gold to the  ton.  Brakesman Bom! of Kamloops, met  with a bail accident at Clanwilliinn  on Tuesday night. He was making  his first trip in the capacity of brakesman arid had to couple three v'ars at  Clan william. He got through the first  two all right, but in coupling the  third got one of his fingers so badly  nippeel that it had to be taken off.  t Now is the time for housewives to  be considering the purchase of preserving jars. C. B. Hume & Co. invite  them to inspect their enormous stock  of glass sealers, which are quoted at  right prices.  In the inquest on the remains of the  late Chas. Berger, which was held at  the scene eif the* accident on Alonday  last, tne jury brought in a verdict of  death by an accidental explosion of  dynamite. The remains ^were buried  on the spot or. Gold Hill, 11 miles from  Illecillewaet.  Alessrs. Dunn and Farrell of Vancouver, and Air. Jas. Dixon went into  Ferguson on Sunday to examine the  Silver Queen claim on the Great  Northern group, whicli was bonded to  them by John Staubert a couple of  months age*.  Air. Frank Trainer of Trout Lake,  came in on Alonday. lie met with a  bail accident while doing assessment  work on a claim near Ferguson, a  large rock falling and crushing one of  his fingers. He came to town to get  the linger attended to, and the top  joint was amputated on Alonday.  t Now is the time for housewives to  be considering the purchase of preserving jars.' C. B. Hume & Co. invite  them to inspect their enormous stock  of glass sealers, which are quoted at  right, prices.  Air. J. E. Boss is making preparations to start extensive development  work on the Hunter anel Trapper. He  has a party of six or seven men and  has sent in a pack train loaded with  supplies. He intends to ship ore this  season.  George Ch.ipniiin and W. Holloway  have finished assessment work on tile  Silver Bow on Pool Creek. They ran  a twenty foot. Lemuel on the ledge and  report plenty of ore in sight of a very  high grade character. Work will be  commenced on an extension of this  claim in a few days.  Engineer Carey and Airs. Oarev of  Canmore were in town on Thursday.  Air. Carey described the rain at the  time of the* clond burst at Devil's lake  as descending literally in sheets for  tinee days. The water of tlic*.'"lakc  rushed over the whole country- in'" its  descent to the Bow. ��������� Air. Carey has  been with this part of the C. P. R.  since construction, but never saw any  such inundation as there befell the  Bow River valley.  The disputed quarter mile horserace  of Tuesday was run again on Thursday  evening, when after several false,  starts, Al. PetLipiece's Lark won by a  short length from F. AlcCarty's bay.  J. McCalliim's horse started, but so  badly as to render his chance hopeless.  Mr. "AlcCalluni has matched him  against tlie Lark for a half mile race  on Dominion Day feir .$50 a side.  On all sides and in every direction  new, buildings are, springing .up anel  tlie cheerful sound e>f-tlie'KariiTiier~i"f  heard. Stores, warehouses and residences are rising up everywhere, and  it i������ now incontestable that 1807 will  see an immense stride in the progress  of this placei'towaiels that importance  in the commerce of this province, to  which its geographical position has  certainly destined it.  There is a crew of men working on  the* new trail up Pool Creek, a section  of the country which is being rapidly  developed anti bids fair to shew up as  well as any part of. Kootenay. There I  are 15 or 20 different;'outfits iiperating  on the creek ar.d from 00 to 70 prospectors working through it.  t Now is the- time for housewives to  be considering the purchase of preserving jars. C. 11. Hume & Co. invite  them to inspect their enormous stock  of glass sealers, which art: quoted at  right prices.  When completed the enlarged Like  View Hotel, under the management  of Mr. J. J. Foley, will be one of the  finest hotels in West. Kootonny. There  will be a spacious bar mid billiard  room, a comfortable oflice. a large;  dining room nnel kitchen with all the  latest modern improvements and an  elegant parlor besides twenty-five  bedrooms. A tower and observatory  will add greatly to the architectural  features of the building and afford an  extensive view of the romantic scenery  of the lake.  Diamond Jubilee Souvenir  ...of the..,  .REVELSTOKE  HERALD  A Beautifully Illustrated  Book  Descriptive of the Mining  Other Resources of  and  NORTH KOeTENAY'  SINCE summer began, and the  mountain roads and trails have  been open to travel, the attention of  mining speculators and business men  has been largely attracted to the  North Kootenay district of British  Columbia, of which Revelstoke is the  natural distributing centre. Time and  again the Herald has been asked to  follow the example of other papers by  publishing a special edition descriptive  of the district. At one time this came*  near being done, but after a careful  survey of all that should properly be  brought, within the compass of .one  little newspaper edition, the magnitude of the task became apparent, and  it was decided to preserve in lasting"  book forni the work of gleaning information ��������� about thu marvelous  mineral and other resources of North  Kootenay.  The Herald's Diamond Jubilee  Souvenir will not be a mere pamphlet, but an interesting and comprehensive work, carefully indexed,copiously  illustrated, and turned out with artistic finish unsurpassed by anything  hitherto produced in the Dominion of  Canada. It will naturally deal,principally with the million interests or  Revelstoke, Liirdeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan Pass, and the other points of  the North Kootenay.  The proprietors of the Herald  believe, as does everyone who knows  this district, that the day is almost at  hand when the North Kootenay will  be known as one of the greatest mining fields of the world. It is the.  object of the Jubilee Souvenir book to  hasten that knowledge and to apprise  the outside world of the richei that  here await the judicious investment of  capital. The North Kootenay is not  "a poor man's , country" in miner's  phraseology. Nature's richest treasure  vaults lie hidden- under a rugged-  exterior, anel it tiikesTtime, money and  skilled labor to break into them.  These requisites theoriginal prospector  anel locator can rarely command, but  he has now pioneered the path with  sufficient certainty to show the way  to those who can.  The Herald's Souvenir is not an  xdvertising- scheme .on tbe part of  some outsider to take money out of  the district. It is undertaken for the  purpose in which everyone in the dis-  tiictis interested���������that of making an  accurate, adequate, and attractive  piesentation to the outside world of  the great opening there is for capital  at the present time in the North  Kootenay. The Herald's book will  not glorify individuals, nor will it  "boom" any man's mine. It will state  the truth entirely unbiased, will be no-  write-up scheme, but, will form one  magnificent and- grand advertisement  for the district as a whole.  Arrangements-are being-made by  which there will be a large distrilm-, -  tion of the Souvenir book, anel it will  be: sent free to the principal hotels, to  the pleading'newspapers, and to the  mining centres of the Dominion and  the United States, where it will come  under the notice of the mining and  monied classes whose interest it is  desired to attract. It is upon its wide  distribution that the proprietors pi in-,  cipiilly.rely for anticipated results.  The   undertaking   is,   for  a  young  paper, a large and costly one, but the  spirit, of enterprise was never stronger  than it is today  in North Kootenay,  and relying with confidence upon the  good will and friendly assistance of,its  neighbours "   and      supporters,    the  Herald proposes to bring out a work  that will show that it. does not intend  to lag in the van of progress.     Where  there is such a mass of information to  arrange   and  select   from,  and   such  an   urea   of   country   to   be   visited,  the ordinary staff of the HerjVLD is  iniidi'tiuate   to   overtake    the   work.'  Arrangements - have    already   been  made, at large expense, to secure the  best available skill in both the literary  and art departments of the Souvenir,  which, however, can   be produced in  an entirely satisfactory way only by  the hearty co-operation of  all in the  district.  -^-Suggestions of-all-kinds_relating_to_  the   forthcoming   book  are cordially  invited,   and  parties  owning mines,  hotels, stores, timber lands,  or other  property  which   they   think   are   of  general  interest and worthy of mention,  are requested   to communicate  without  delay   with   the   " Souvenir  Editor,"   The    Herald,   Revelstoke,  B. C,  when a i epresentative of this  paper will call upon them personally.  JOHNSON & PETTIPIECE,  Publishers, Revelstoke?, B..O.  Where to Spend  Dominion Day!  Free Picnic  At WILLIAMSON'S  RANCHE  Boats on the Lake. Ice Cream,  Soda Water, Strawberries,  Lemonade can be obtained on  the grounds.  LADIKS,  PLEA8K BRING BASKETS.  liusuca from the Station (or the Picnic at 8 and  D-jtilt 10 a.m.  THE IX L STORE  Is the place to buy your Tobacco,  Cigars, Stationary.Fi-uits, Candies,  Patent Aledicines. Perfumery Etc.  Agents for the White Swan Creamery  Butter and Cheese.        <>  We sell for cash and give our patrons  -the benefit, by selling our goods  at the lowest prices.  Small profits, quick -returns; live and  let live is our motto.  Teaming and jobbing done promptly.1  Horses For Sale.        a    ,  J. M.  McCALLUM, Manager.  Revelstoke Station. V  a/  Keep Tour  Eye   on  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Promising Ferguson Claims  Pool  Group  Silver Chief Group  Big Five Group  Cascade Group  Galena Prince Gr'p,  Great Ilorne Group  Wagner Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Kuob Group  Highland Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry Group  Blackburn Group  1 loly Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains from3 to IS claims  JUBILEE  MOST  REMARKADLE'  IN   LONDON  Ferguson is the Terminus  ���������r   tho    m-oiected-- Lardeau   Railway-to . bo   built .this   summer.  CROWDS  in  thief  THE SUNDAY SERVICES  In St. Paul's Cathedral and Elsewhere,  ���������Great Banquet to the Colonial  Premiers���������Canadian Troops Are  Much   Admired  London, June 20.- Never in the  ���������*Iiistoi"N-oC-Greab-Britam^has-London.  so striT-ingly snown itself the heart.of  the world as it does tonight, the eve ot  the jubilee. At all times the busiest  hive of the human race, tonitrht London is crowded to its innermost door  bv a stupendous gathering ot strangers representing nearly every race  under the sun aud nearly every country found upon the map.   -   ~-  The mam object of this crowd, participation in   the    greatest   historical  meeant yet witnessed in the history  If the   British   Empire,���������sives    tone  and complexion to   every  minute   ot  time,   to  every   thought  and action.  There is nothing   iu men's minds at  this hour,  from the highest prince  the palaces to the lowest sneak  in the streets but the jubilee.  It is impossible to pass along tiny of  '   the    crowded    thoroughfares     with- .THE  out everywhere remarking two prominent, notes of the occasion:    lhe  world's desire to honour Queen Victoria iind the proud ot. her subjects in doing so to impressively   demonstrate the strength and vastness  of her einpne.  THE RELIGIOUS.SERVICES  Queen Victoria began the celebration of her diamond jubilee today bee-  lore the altar oi her faith in tot,  George's chapel. Windsor, while  throughout London, the United Kingdom and Empire. In every cathedral,  church and chapel of the cstublished  Church of England similar services ot  thanksgiving were going on.  The national paean of praise and  thanksgiving found official expression  in Westminster Abbey ��������� and tot.  Margaret's Westminster. At 'the  Abbey Dean Bradley officiated before  an immense congregation. A procession of Peers, headed by the Lord  Chancellor with his usher, the Black  Hod with his assistant, the Sergeant  ���������it Arms with mace aud pursebearer,  was followed by the Clerk of the  House of Lord3 with the Secretary,  and these in turn by about 100 peers.  There were two services .-it St. Paul's  Cathedral, at 11 and at:iin. m today.  An immense crowd filled all the  approaches to the Cathedral at the  i, morning service, anxious to get a  "Iimpso or the' royalties and distinguished personalities who are to be  present, including all the Protestant  envoys. . .  Special despatches from Pans  Berlin. Vienna, St. Petersburg, anil  nearly every largo city m Europel  (show that thank--giving services were  held in the local English chutclies and  numerously attended.  ,  A GREAT   BANliUET  London, Juno lO.^Thc Prince of  Wales as President of the .Imperial  Institute presided . at . the banquet  ������'ivon by the Institute in honour of  tlie Colonial Premiers. Among those  present wore Lord Salisbury, Air.  Chamberlain, Earl Kimberly, the  Marquis ot Dullerin, Lord Ripon, Lord  Landsdowne, the Marquis of Lome,  Lord Rosebery, Air. Laurier. Baron  Rothschild, Lord Lyon Playfair, Sir  Donald Smith, the Archbishop of Canterbury and men of high ranK in the  army and navy, church and  vice, with some literary,  artistic leaders.  ���������'���������Jb"TT"lKT~=TUE-OUAltDS:  civil ser  scientific and  The North West Alounted Police are  getting their horses used to the noise  on the streets and the contingent generally iire getting themselves together  for Tuesday's great parade. The Canadian contingent yesterday marched  around the city for a distance of  six miles in order to accustom  themselves to the route. They were  under the command of General Herbert. The Cauadian lads were well  received by the populace, such remarks being heard among the crowd  as "Just like the guards;" "Arn't they  of splendid physique."  MYSTERIOUS   MURDERING  MURKY THAMES   YIELDS  SEVENTEEN- SLAIN  An Assay of ?~5 in Free Gold in Elbow  .River  Sand       -.   _ .  From the Calgary Herald)  Prospectors in tbe Calgary district  aie daily increasing both in number  and activity.. The latest discoveries  are on the Elbow river. Not only has  gold been 'washed out of-the river  grnvpl at the Weasel Head crossing by  the ordinary panning process, but  quantities of" black sand similar to that  whicli is causing such excitement on  the Saskatchewan have been taken  out. George Cook, of .First street  ���������.vest, has samples of the gold bearing  saud=-wliichdie.too]L_from_the_.i'iyer_and.  which are precisely similar to samples  from the Saskatchewan. One assay of  S2U has been obtained from Elbow  river gravel and old prospectors are of  the opinion that the river is destined  to produce large ^quantities of the  precious metal. .   '  .  Fresh strikes are also repot ted from  Sheep Creek, south of Calgary.  Samples of stephanite. or black silver,  have been brought in from the south  fork and the native silver is visible in  small globules when the samples are  subjected to the blow pipe.  A large number of citizens, including  Senator Loughee-d, P. McCarthy, Q.C.,  J. A. Bangs,'-Alderman O'Brien,- T, J.  S. Skinner, John Donohoe and others  have claims staked and will no doubt  proceed with development work nt  once.  Free bus at all trains.  Comfortable   aud  first-class  every respect.  Rates:   $1.00 aud $1.50 a'day.  ���������:      LANTZ & GIBBONS,*-"���������-  '    f20-tf Proprietors.  L :JL FRETZ  ^"Cohtpletoi^ana'Buildepr-~  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Oflice and Metallurgical Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  ���������west of Hotel Spokane,       ������  PRICE* LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, assay SI 1)0  Gold and-Bllvcr,   1"50  Workmanship Guaranteed  o���������������Torms  Cosh  Spokane Falls and Jior-tUei-h  .Nelson and Ft. Sheppard t  Red Mountain R,ys.  Handsome Young Women in Costly  Adornment, and Otherwise���������Men with  Money���������All Secretly Murdered���������No  Apparent Motive for the Slaughtering  London, June 18.��������� Scotland Yard  has a murder   mystery  of the  uiost  extraordinary kind to unravel.- The  bodies of seventeen persons have been  taken out of the-Lower Thames within the last  three weeks, most of them  being near London bridge and Lower  bridge.   All the bodies had money or  jewellery about them, but none as yet  have been   identified.       One  of   the  bodies that was taken out of the river  yesterday was that of a young woman  stylishly dressed with clothing of the  best material.     Upon her person were  found a number of valuable articles.  She had a purse well filled with gold  and silver and also containing a split  ring upon which were several fancy-  keys and.a number of American coins.  Only a few days ago another  body,  that of a beautiful young woman, was  found floating in   the   river  entirely  nude,  but upon her arms were a pair  of gold bracelets and a pair of handsome ear-rings were   fastened  in   her  ears. .   '*.  Several of the bodies recovered were  those of males, and expensive watches  and considerable sums of money were  found upon them, thus showing that  they hael not been robbed.  The police are unable to ascribe any  motive for the drowning or other  means whicli may have been employed in killing these persons. None* of  the bodies have as yet heen identified.  The only nil rail route* without change of  enrs botween Spokane. Northport, RosBland  nnil Noison; also between ltosaland and  Nelson.  osaay   Gold, silver and  lead, nabiiy -  Gold, silver and  copper, assay..  Gold and silver  bullion, assay..  '/���������'na. assay   sulphur, assay...  Mercury, assav..  Melting anelrcllu-  ingbars..  ���������2 50  3 00  200  3 00  3 00  "00  200  Limo, analysis..  Silica, analysis.  "Coal partialrnnr  Tin, assay   Nickel, ausay $10  to   Cobalt, uHsaySlO  to   jVntimonv.ass'y  Arsenic, assay..  -Muiiiinum.ass'y  Platinum, iassay  Melting.refining  ana assaying,  9 3 CO  2 00  =f5"00  & 00  15 00  15 00  10 00  a io  5 00  5 00  300  Kates given on application for working teBts  of ore3 on samples oi ono to lllty pounds.  Wo havo tho most complete equipment in  tlio North "Vest for lusting ores and dcterinln-  ing tho kind ot machinery necessary for the  eel  reduction ot tho eamo.  Send  anadiati  Pacific H$  SCO PACIFIC LINE  The  cheapest,  quickest and best  -' route to  Toronto      New York     Philadelphia ���������  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  d all Eastern and European Points  and  . Tourist  Uars_ leave .Revelstoke..  daily for  St. Paul;   for  Toronto  everv Monday; aud for Montreal  and lioston. every Thursday. 0  ���������M  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  C.\RD riO.  To "take effect on Wednesday, November 25  189j.   Trainsrun on Paiifto Standard Time.  GOING WEST  D-AILY  GOING EAST  S "0 a m Leavo.  . ..Kaslo���������  j\rrive 330 p in  8-36 a m      "   ..  .South Fork.  .   '���������      3:15 pm  t-U'Sam      "   .  ..Sproutc's ...  .    "      2:15 pm  .Whitewater.  .   "      2:00pin  10.03 am      ���������    .  . Bear Lake .  .   "      1:18 P ni  10:18 am      "   .  ..McGuijjon..  .   "      1.33pm  10:30 am      "   .  ...Bailey's...  ..   "      1:21pm  10:33 am      "   .  ..Junction ..  ..   "      1:12 p m  10:50 am Arrive.  LeavelXOp m  I.KAVK. NOiaill'OUT aiihivi:.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  12:3ip.m lrJup.m.  For ItojBland��������� .       ,      Fiom Rowland���������  1:50 p.m 11:1"  For Nelson��������� From Nelson���������  1.5'Jp.m 12.01 p.m.  Clnso connections at Nelson with steamers  for Ktelo and all Kootenay Lakcpcints.  Passcnge-s for Kettle llivor and Boundary  Creek connect atMarous with stand oaily.  Postal rate on ore one cent per ounco.  at least three ounces for assay.  Inspections and reports iniido on mining  property. ...       , ",,  Mr. F. K, McNamara of this firm is the  inventor of "Tho McNainara" Two Stamp  Mill, which has u guaranteed ciip-icity of from  live toHovea tons por duy:85 toUJper cunt of  tlio gold is paved in the battery. Con udd as  many batteries as desirnel. K-itiniatos and  priced on application llemeinhtr tlmt we;  mako a. specialty of Heal Kotalo and Minos.  DR. ALLEY'S  Empress  of   India, Empress of  Japan andEmpress of China sailing "  every four weeks for China aud  Japan.   Warituoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu. Suava aud  all Australian aud New Zealaud  ports.  For full   particulars   apply  to  nearest C. P. 11. agent, or to  T.'W.BRADSUAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  M. MacGRKGOR. Travelling  l\i3fenger  Airent,   NelEon. II. C.  GEO.  McL.   BROWN.     District   Passenger  Agent. Vancouver.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST      CHURCH  Preaching services ut 11  For rates and  information apply   at   tho  Comprmy'soffices.  P.. W. BRYAN,  ROBT. IRVING. Snpt. nnd;ABSt Trcas.  Traffic Manager, Kaslo  Wendell Maclean  CD.MJWI.NS & CO.  The PIONEER STOKE,  always keeps in stock  a full line   of  Miners' Supplies  l'ERGUSOK. li. C.  - l'.ovclstokn.  a.m. anel 7*30  p.m. Class meeting at tho close of tho  morning kervico. sabbath School and Bible  Class tn 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evobing at 7:30 The  pub.icaro cordiully invited.   Seals free.  UEV. J. A- WOOD. I'a'tor. _  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Sam Needham  Hothes cSea  In Good Stylo at Lowest Pricea.  For   use  iu   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 Yowr Korse  llere is a never fitiliiig remedy.  For sale by  W. A- ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon        Calgary  CHURCH OF KNGLAND ��������� Itevelstoke.  Services: Daily, evening prayer 5. p.m*  except on Fridays when it is at 7 p. m.  with address. Sundays: Holy Communion  8 a.m.. morning prayer 11. evening prayer 7:30.  First Sunday in month Holy Coinmunicm at  morning services. _  FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  PRE3BYTERLVN CHURCH��������� Rcyelstoke*.  *��������� Service every Sunday at 11 a-m. and 7 "0  p.m.    Bib;e  2*30   p.m.. to-which  all aro wolcomc.   Prayer  every Wednesday.   "  REV. P. D  p.m.  meeting at S p.m.  MUIR. Pastor.  DougljVS Street ��������� Revelstoke  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies  HAY, timothv and prairie*: OATS,  CHOP. BRAN, SHOUTS KLOUU,  POTjVTOES P__GO������. BUTTER,  FISH. HAMS. BACON, Etc,,  Hail Orderst Promptly Attended To.'.FROM ^HVf BROTHERS I ,      Reco Street SANDON  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Dealer in:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Tack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station    -    -    B. C  IJ OMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH��������� Kc*.el-  1^-   stoke.    Mass  fourth   Bunday in month  at 10-30a.m.REVy FATHER PEYTAVIN.  ,1  PROFESSIONAL  w.B-  McKECHXIE.  (31. 1)., M. D. C. it.)  Physician and Surgeon.  Office:   Near tho Union Hotel.  Calls by telephone or tclearaph promptly  attended to. OtKco hours: ������30 to 11 a m-, 1 ~0  to 1 and 7 to 8 p.m. ������  Kkve: stoke      -     -       Bp-it/sh Columbia.  C.]VI. WOODWORTH  r~. A..  LL. B.  Notary, Conveyancxr, Etc  Mines and Real Estate.  Slccan Crrr     -     -     British Colcvbia. LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  COMING EVENTS.  An Interesting Biiderct of Local, Personal" 'Illl>" 1--Dominion I lay.     Public boli-  ilnv.  and   General  Items  Round   and  About  Revelstoke.  is  agent   ftir lhe-  - II.  X.   Coursier  ] It-iiil/.mnii I'itinii.  Mrs. Percy "Walton is in lown I'm- :t  few days. She is the gut.-sl til' Mr.*..  C. II. Temple.  II. is I'imicii'i'il tliitt tin- IJ.P.I". repair  shops ;it, Vancouver will be removed  lo Ki-vel-tokc al. nit early dnt.e.���������Nelson -Miiit-i-.  Mr. Jus.-Miii'lin, solicilor for tho C.  1'. \i.. spent ii tlity in teiwn coming  from I3.tiilV. where; lie was slopped hy  the washout.  The closing exercises al. the. public  school look place on l-'riday mi  which tiny thn st-bool closeel for lhe  -Siiinmci- lioliilnys.  I Xihv is the t.iiin: for housewives to  he* considering Ihu pui-i-hnse of preserving jars. O. J!. Ilium; to (jo. invite  lli'uui to inspect tlicir eiioi-intius .stock  of glass sealers, which are c-uolcd at  right prices.  ���������Mr. XV. 11. Page, who littSi been  acting constable here: since the* beginning of the, left, feir Trout. Lake  City cm Wednesday, to lake charge of  police work in thu Lai-dean tlisti-ict.  Mr. \Y. A. (jrilliths of Vitneouver, is  going to open up a. drug sloie in the  addition now being-built on the side of  Jas. l-liili'ltiscin's new grocery store on  Front, street.  It is rumored that the- steamer  Ijytton may be taken oil* her present  run entirely and be: placet! between  Kevelstuke and La Porto in the Big  Bend country.���������Rossland -Miner.  A store 20x-l(), two stories high, is  being built next door to A. ___". Smith's  bakery for Ijiimonl, Bole: to Oo. of  Ri*gina, who intend lo open up ii big  drug iind stationery business in it.  (- T"ow is the time ft))" housewives to  l)e considering tho purchase of pie-  sttrving jars. C..B. Hume .V; CJti. invite  them to inspect their enormous stock  of glass sealers, which are cinotcil nt  right, prices.  Sheriff Itedgraves went through  Tuesday morning with a Kootenay Indian in charge. =~The native in ipics-  tion is called l~|..-imiinii, nnd is on his  way to Donald for trial for (he murder  of another Indian ,-tt Tobacco Plains  last full. '   ���������  A black horse owned by M. Petti-  piecu died em Sunday night. The  owner strongly suspected poisoning,  thinking that the dope had been prepared for his running horse Lark, but  lie had changed thu stalls of the two  horses that afternoon.  A fracas which occurred at the  station on Sal mil ay evening between  men employed on the. new hotel and  some residents near llie station was  ventilated by the. Gold Commissioner  "Wednesday." Being Jubilee time Mr.  Graham tool; a lenient view anel dismissed the offenders with a caution.  Jlr. Chas. llolten received a'painful  injury last. Thursday. lie caught two  eif his fitisrer.s in ,-t corrugated roller nnd  in the ei'Lorl to extricate them the  whole of the; flesh on the upper part  of the fii'-sb joints together with the  nails was completely stripped oil*.  Amputation of thu tips of tlie fingers  had  to he resorted to on "Wednesday.  * ."The "Villiams.*' guaranteed to be  the only compleft; directory of British  Columbia thai will be published this  year. As soon as issued lrom the* press  if, will he delivered throughout the  Kontetiay district. Take no other anil  see; that you get the AVilliams. R. T.  Williams, publisher, 23 Broad street.  Victoria. B.C.  FERGUSON  July   12.���������Grand   Orange   Celebi-iitic-n  al RevelMoke.  Ivtl. I'M ward.-, rode wilh his hand in  n-ling nn Tiii'sil-iy owing In an .accident, wilh the sprocket of it wheel  early in the morning.  The member- of Court Ml. Begbie,  I. U.I'". are rei|iie.-leil lo make a .special  point nf all fiiiling the lodge meeting  lo be held on l-'iiiiay evening.  I  Xow is the tinie lei-hiiii.-ewives   to,  he enn.-itleiiiig tin:   purchase   of   jin...   Dealers in.  serving jitr.-.    C. 1>. I Iiinie .*- Co. invite  llii'iu In inspect their enormous  .slock  of glass .scalers, which   are  tjiiulcd   ill  riglil prices.  Mi*. \V. !>. Pease, is* creeling a net.t  col l.'tge em l~ii-M, s| i-e-el. on tun' siele of  Mr. J. Cayley's residence*, and .Mr. Ij.  A.I-'retZ i.s pullinir up a I wo-storie-tl for Mr. J. IJ.-Sibbald on Until her.  (ien.-Stipl. Mnrpnle w.-is in lown on  Monday. It, is undersluod thai, his  visit lieri: was in c-oiiiii'i-lieni with the  slid furtliei- coitec-iuration of the business of the company al other points  into Revelstoke.  -Mr.'flipping sent, into the IIi:h.\t.i>  nlliei* this week six sticks of rlieiihni-li  froin his gat den weighing twelve  pounds. Tin: were lender anti of excellent, flavor. He also favni-ed us  with a moss ol* new potatoes, the  lirst of lho .season.  Mr. 1~. Steele, treasurer of the. Ibex  of Sloe-iui Co.. writes to correct an  error made in a recent item in our columns. Tin: company itself does not  own the Black Diamond or Macleod  mines .-it Ainsworlh, though some  Ibex shareholders arc interested in all  three.  Thu Revels! oke Development Co.  have been unable, to get at-i-oss the  river wilh their scow anil machinery,  owing to high water. They have been  devoting the past few davs to prospecting their claims, with excellent  results. The whole bank, including  the iilliivi.-il deposit on' tlie surface,  contains gold in paying epinutilics.  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  DIED  Romxsox.���������On 22nd inst.. "V. (lot-don  Robinson, aged l years and 11  months, llie son of Fred. Robinson,  of the RevelsLoke Lumber Co." Thu  funeral service took place at St.  Peter's t-luircli on the: 2Hi-d.  Wanted.  Sittintio** in Itott'l b-irien-'cr prt-f.-r-eel.   Be-it  icfercn<:c.s furni lied.  jVpiily lo IIckai.I) Oilleo.  Lost  At. the- C P   it. Station. ������. gold   pin wi-li a  peneliLiit p.-tt -villi twelve true-net.-* atceclicil.   li  llnelot- v,-ili br:i������i: same lo litis oflice he t.v111 he  -siiitnljly re-Wrti-elctl. 17.in2".  The Pioneer Store  of   Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS . & CO.,  General flerchants.  Grcccrics, Hardware. Dry Goods.  Mining Supplies, Elc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Csnncclioi:.  Our More- is emly from one lo six  miles fi'inii lhe, mining pros-  perls on lhe e-onlinent of Ainerica.  By pun basing I'rniii tin il will save you  mmiv a weary step.  Batho & Co.,  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &.c.  Jo '   62  Ferguson, B. C���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  EC   Slire and register nt the-  uiuF  0  14 .im ,-'f>.Ci.|t'^c:-i  _t������ li "^'tjf'&Ti^l  jt~lll>__sam������    A  Agent for the Blickeimder'fer  Typewriter*  r. B. VCbbS  ���������   Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, 'Gents' Furnishings.. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toiiet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,   B. C. .  B. PEASE   & CO.,  REVEL-STOKE STATION  when you rcncli FERGUSON.  The tnblo i3 provided with tho best tlio markcL  nH'oi'tls.  cummings & Mcdonald,  Proprietors.    - l"ju  Notice  Notice is lict'eliy irivcn  (hot .19  days nf'er  rl.'-.'e t*. e inteiiti io tmplj for ti license- to retail  U.-H:.>r lUTnoiiison's Lendi'iiK, ,1-in.; I.'.tti. 1&'.)7.  tfjllltw BATHS  it   I'OIITKU.  Hotel License.  Notice i-e herehy civen tiiti' f*)tl.-iy<i from the  eliito hereof intent! m imply c. tho S-iM- diuiy  M. i;>scraii* f->r the Ke.-v.'!:.* Divi-ionejf '-v p-,t  ICeiotcei-.y for pu mission tp sell lirtttot-H "at n:y  hutel al I-'et'^u.-on. II. C.  Wj:. llor.jiKP.  ?"er?rti*eeit'. Mt-.v i,*i. 1=07- -May Ii) litt-i w  i ransler oi License.  Notice is heroitv k'ivou tint. 30 .lay.) ,-i'ter eia'e  i pli_.ll ttiaite :iopli--ation to trat.s'er t..y ii^e-tui*  to s'l! liquor i'i the Trout l_.Lks ftotel. Trout  Lake City, to _Mrs. Jowett.  J. Bouiik::.  .lain 1. ISilT. Jor.D*! Ittv  FRED. B. WRONG,  Real Estate and  Mining Broker, &c,  FERGUSON, B.C.  The Sandon of the Trout Lake District.  Correspondence solicited.  AIT���������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.  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing,  co -;o Tits  PROSPEGTOR'S  EXCHANGE  licst M"e.-ils in the Laxdotiu.  Sraf;o ,'it,d L'very in com ection.  T. XV. GRAHAME, Proprietor. '  Jnni* 1 i-nt.  Hotel Lice^;  Notice i-e h"rehy ei vc  Mr. T. T. Brewster, niiin.'i^er of thci| Imjenei to apply t  Carnes Creek Co. came clown from the j "L -'���������fI1?,uoa"  ~Kt^l)eFry^)iim^ctir-^iin"cl7i">*^TiiirivDt-i"^  is now in TO feet, with ore all tho way,  anel  present   indications   of   a   much  larger ore body soon shewing up.     As ;  soon as  the   Lytton   begins   rr.nniii<;  sufficient ore for a  mill   test   will   be  packed down to the river iind shipped  t-ei tl-.-*.:..Oe!Ryjnfte-dK."ei PYft%T)P,CT0rS  1--*_^.T.  Now   is .Your.Time__to  -luti ���������  wkly  Notice Is be;  Hotel License.  ">*y t_nven I  ) el.iy=f rJtr.r ria.e  l int'ind t..i i-.|.tIj for a elcer.-e; to roljiii liquor*  or. tt.e-oti'.li fr.rU cf J-tirdeau riv^r, about G  miles .-.b'jve Feei^ason.  j\.S.*i jIki.i.sian.  June l*r. 1P?7. .7u:it*2 l-vkly.  The IU:RAi.n calls attention to the  aclvt. in another column of tlji* free  picnic at Williamson".- ranch oi������ I'/om-  inion Day. A plt'ii-aiilei- way of spetul-  itnr that public holiday than an al  fresco on.joyii'i-nt :iiuoii*r tin*  romantic snirtnindii'.irs of Hi" r.-nu-li  can .-rarcely lieiina:;iiieil. The; drive out  i-tt pleasant inn-, anel bu--.*-  will   inn! Notice  ~ from lhe >:.atii)il at S .mil 10 o'clock   in j    ]_.,<.vinc. lie*eird t'-tu Honior.- nnlcnown  the morning. i l' i������pii"i:-._'ni< hiin-eli' us iiK.-nr. f.ji- ittti Murm  Hotel Licer.cs,  Nolie*e i-e hereby trlvci tl-'Ot  tlct- J inte-nd 'o fpply for ,1 lir.-._-._  by r.-t^il .it tttrt I_-._-.t-cl "kt-i e.-l-toke-  -stti-ir.r..  June 7.1?;i7.  jDitvv  II.  M ei.ii -,  .if :<-i  -: Ie> Unnor  n..'vel8t.������leu j LJt-J-|e   {_  v iji;rt,ky    I  Make a Strike!  Money,  lime  mid   trouble  i-tiwel   by  buyin^ your t-urpiics irrp.i_;ht e_.f tlio  iu:n':3at Re-vel-trjj'Ke', prices.  Your- fe,r t.iisine*?",  I.   M.   CITRON,  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B.C.  -- cniylni  Stimulating   and   Strengthening  FOR    SALE    AT  For Medicinal  Use Only..  ABEY'S DRUG STORE,  REVELSTOKE' STATION.     .  Ma-l Orders Attended to Promptly Prescriptions Dispensed Day or Night  BESIDENTIAIi LOTS  FOR SAt-E��������� sitiwto between llio Melodist Clmich and the brow of the hill,'  netir tho old town.    -For prices and.particulars apply to  ^gZ^l^^'&ZTPCr^J-'t&coaz  T. U. HAIG, Sole Agent.  ,00   is now formins-  I  in*  t Now is lln* time l"e>r housi'wivc- tei  be consitliM'ing tilt- pnreiia-i- of pre.  .-erving jars.    (_". 11. llmne & Co. invite  J fji--.iir.-T'^ Life: I'-siji-hpi^-: i'...i\\it:.r.y. v n utitn  I the- pubis-; '.h.������t we- reo).'J t'ie������ if.5.: ttye-ncy f->r  I lt.-vejl-teik-: ror both the* JMnrnfrte-iu'e-r's Jj-fe-  j ii::ei i.-.-iih-nt In^ur.ine-e t*.-*.iiiptiitn..|. Anyo..  e.i!ii-:t:nc  bu.-i.-.t'M niiiiilnv.. writte;n nulhai  Mandolin Orchestra  them lei inspect tln-ir  emen-motis  .-toe.-k   *"' frumonreielveicr tlio ^oncrnl intent.  of .sealers,   which  .ire  ejuoted  light prices.  The unknown person rcferri'il lei in  your hist i.-sue. tlirotigli the me'dinm  e'.f a loe-.-il itt.'in. and further i-labni-at t-tl  upon by special notice, as lt-preS'.-nliiig  the .Manufacturer's Acc-itlent Iii-nrani-f  Co., of Toronto, br-gs tciHiihinit feir the  ' benefit of hit c-Iir-nts --mel frie-nels tin-  following telc'ffr.iii) rocc-ivetl from the maniigei:  Vanremver. .Tune 21st. 1S07.  Al. McNicol, I!i-veI.-toke::  Vou are; anthnrixcel. elo Mannfaf-  1in-ei-".s Accident business through  -British Columbia.  1". 11., Manager.  "Who are Howson to Co.?     They have  it in their discretion  to prove in next  issue���������retract.  M. McNii'cu..  The B. G.Mining Ttorrjivl of Victoria,  i<; out- with an exccllont cflit-inn for its  June  nunihff.  f������������titlf*fl  Xho   Di.'irnoti'l  \0-v.2  Ti, llHYt'f'i:; k Co.  Dissolution of Partnership,  ^ro'Icri- hf*rn*>y eiven thnt we thn undri-  :-i������(icl- fl������iinj_: htisjncsH as hot*,'l___*rei>er* in Th*:  ^irnwh^jifl iiorel. Arrowhead, have this day  clbeolviMl pirtnors*iip by mutnftl consent.  And tako fnrtlicp norics lh_������t aH nccoTint������  owinp ro Tho late partnership aro p".y������blc fo  K .r. Kerr, who will Msn pay ali onf-jtar-ciins.  account j a^aiost. the late fii'm.  Ar.y pfr-"f"n wi-O-in;; to j'-tn apply al once���������  ��������� I-eterjon'a Hull. ltuirrUiok-;.  !    I l'rlvtttc l*zw>n< ttiven-  j ManrJoKn.  Pzanofortc- ������  Dancing:   Saltrocm arid Step*  mjtjlin Ttinn. moI'Tatc.  jfljnnt  E. J. Kkkk  V. Arkx.\.  Notice.  XTOTTf'K i=> hereby given thnt CO dayi after  1 ^ date I. J. A J^jCRVJ-.intcnd to -ipDly to rho  CJiif'f Comniissionerof T_.antl*������ ar^l Work-* for  pcrrnieaion to purchase the folio wine described  land, to wit: Situated on the cast 8irb'fif tho  town <*f Arrowhead about half a mil*������, nnd  bc(;innir*j_r at the eastern lino of tho <"'. J*, it  landn. at a post marked thus.���������I". A B'p 3 w.  corner, thence V) oliainn alonjz tbe lake *jhnrf*  in nn Ofisrerly direction, thence 10 chains north,  thence 10 chains wet, thenco 10 ch������ins wmii  to the point of cornnionc^ment. including i>no  A. N.  QSi^gjCAr  SMITH'S"-  COHFECTIONERY STORE  AND BAKERY   Nov/ open and ready for business.    A car  load of goods now being unpacked.  iGCKHOlJV, HOUSE  Albor*. Htone,  Propf.'.tor.  II*.*1. IHH. I   'HI.IIJtMI'1     I    , ������        *     . ������ . t  T   ,., ^- ,     ,,���������, i.    ;.     !,. ,:c,ii.. I liti--.elreil nne! sixty o-cres, more or iei3.  .Tubilee    jSnuiber.      It   is   lietititilttlly | * ��������� n-*C'r-"W  illustrated wilh a number of new half-1 I:������v,.iH,okl.i .i���������nc7_h.1807. ''' ' jnw-ir'''    '  engiiiviiigs, anti   is  replete  with  tone       ,.  information on mining matti-rs in the  jirovince*. Tilt; onlv blot on tilt; edition ils far ."is the IlKUAW) e-.-in see is  that seime one: has i*viile*ntly beguili-d  the; etiitor info .in atlempt to revive*  the defunct Lard can townsil," sclii-me.  As a mattc-r of fiict Ijiirdf'iiii lin~ .subsided into it- original eoridiiiein of  primeviil wilderness, and iis ;t, mai.tcr  of opinion, the; Record may ae-e-cpt it  for gi'iinlc-d even bad if- survived  it would nevetr have bec-ti of any itn-  port-ince as a mining centre* for Hit-  real Larde*aii di-trit.-l, whose- name it.  assumed for till I here was in il. but  without, the "-licrlifst geographical  -.van-ant fordoing -so.  Notice  N'ntle-c it hcre-by piven that-, tixty tlay^ nf tj*r  el-it'i. wo intenel to tipply to tlie Clii'l ' fefiiiiii-,.  sion.-rof I.imel j ntltl We.rlca ftir perniN-imi t..  tatrcha-e; the feillo-Aini? elr.ifirihcel Jii.rjeri._-il i,-t*e el  in r**!-.,te,ice- divinim, ICneit-nay eli-ti-irr,  tit Kive: ,\1ilt: e-n������e:k. t'leotlt .* mile-s frotr. Ct-.-r.e-^  e-rer.k. a-,.! uliout, 7 jitile.3 from Ma.-Ji.t.'-^ir-i  liotne '-.tet.iel:  e-fjirinii ucin^ nt n jmgt 2(10 yat-tls on I'tie* u-cfit  l-itlc; e-l" the; ere e-k, on tile Ceilutnlc'ii ri\ e-r. anel  intitkcil * I'. It. I'e'te'r-.ein anti J. II. IVIihcV  ���������S.W. e;ort'e-r po������t." anel running north I'J  e-.htiinH, the--nf-o e-ei-,t ?t0 ciiniriH, tliKtie:'! R.-.nth tei  the: f.'eilnluleia river, 10 eliain-e, thene-e up  1 Sir- f'oliirnlna river to of oomtne.cement,  80 L-hain.:, eontaliiin;' 2'J0 ne;re.q ieio-e eir len-e.  I".   II.   I'KTI-ntStl.N.  .1. II. V/iiriK.  May 7, IiS7. 12li!}U.v.-  " Ti'.ntteel, Knlarsre-d. improvce! Kvc  A rtost, i?l. a elay nou'u in town.  c :  ,' ("hole-c Wines, I.iiuor-t and Ci-^'-ri'.  t) The pr.">-5peoto-*-s iiome.  Tront Strc-ct,  iNO bU3.  REVELSTOKE  "Where to Spend  Dominion Day!  Free  cnic  At WILLIAMSON'S   RANCHE  Iloitls on the Ijtlkc. let- ('t-eaiii,  ���������Snel.-i Water. Klr.iwben-ies.  Ijemtmatle can bo olit.iiiueil on  the grontitls.  Ij\nn-;-:. I>i.i:api-: IJnixe: Mii-tivi-yr.-.  Hu--'.e t from llio Stalion for tho I'i'-uie at S anti  ll-.tutt 10 a.m.  (evelstoke Mosplial  Maternity room in connection.  Vac-cine kept on Iiiiml.  Drs. r.'IcKcchnic & Jeffs, Attendants.  Question =?  What   tleies   a.   tiiilnr   elo    that,   wc  ciLitt't tio y       j-  Nt-Lhing.  A Vim t do we give that even some  tiiil'ei*! can not ?  j'IulIi;  Saving of time���������and money; a much  wilier choice: eif el illis ; llu; opportunity of st-i-iiig litem mnile tip; your  money back if yon want it.  R.'s-WILSON,  "* Merchant Tailor.  RKVur-sTriKE viyiTiON, ii. <:.  C. B. Maclean  ARCHITECT . . .  AND DESIGNER.  pjjtimtite.-Hfiirriialied. I'lnns and P|>;cIIicu-  tlon-t rnaelt:. A in also prejureel lo e]o shop  anel job work on the ������nortc*it notice. Smis-  fa/tlion Kiiurunleeid in every case. e;all or  writes for t.;riTi3.  riain Street, Kcvclstokc,   -  -  -  15. C.  THE I X L STORE  14 the jii-ie-e to buy   your Tobare-n,  (m>;.-ii -. .Sl.-ilioiin.ry.lM nits, (',-tntlie.-,  I'.-iti'iil. ."li-tlit-int-j-.   I'ei'fiititeiy Kit-.  jVgi'iit" foi the White .Swjiu ('iv.tnieiy  fliittfi- ittiel Cheese.  We sell feu '-ash unci give eiur  patie-ns  llie   iinifiil, by  selling   our  gooels  nl. the lfii est  prices.  .Sn.itiT prolils. i|tiiek   ret mi's: live and  lei live is our motto.  Tt'.-imiiig ,'tiiil jeibbing dime promptly.  Iloiisi:s I-'ein Mali:.  J. M. McCALLUM. Manager.  Revelstoke Station.  G.E. SHAW,  ���������NOTARY- PUBLIC,  BEAL  ESTATE  AGENT.  Dunirablo lieaielenecB for Stile ur to Lst.  OonveynnelnR in nil its branelics.  J-'ii-eliisiiiiince.  Heeic'ei me: l-CA  Spring-  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, 12ic,  l."e: up to 50e; roll. Mail orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  ,, Booksellers. Calgary.  JAS. HUTCHISON  Heavy Draylng and  ������S__P" Transfer Work  n Specially.  Teaming i>i all kinds receives prompt  attention.  The -blaze face" horse is the sign  board.  REVELSTOKE STATION,   B.   C.  W. A. NETTLE,   .  .Carpenter and Contractor  Plans and IStiinmtcE Tieparcd.  REVELSTOKE  STATION,  B.C.  MITCHELL   &   CO,  INSURANCE, AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  HAVING AND  HaMPOINQ  BATHS, Hot  or  Cold^.  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  California Fruit  Morgan's Confectinery Store.  W. G. BIRNEY,  PAINTER  SIC3-3STS ..ii  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Care of Union Hotel. Revelstoke.B.C.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSHITHINQ and  JOBBING,  PLUilBING and PIPE-FITTING,  TINSniTHlNQ aiid SHEET IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty  Robt. Gordon,  ������   Revelstoke Sta,


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