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 ��������� *.���������'-���������'���������. v.~<-  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.,  I f        rr\.*\ eU**" +  !  9/  -ISSUED   TWIO'E'-.jrV-W*:H:_E__:K���������"WIE^ -A-HSTID    S^TTT.E**v:D.A."X"S-  Vol. I.    No. SO,  REVELSTOKE, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY  IO, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  g2Sggg~5gg_s^_������eS.?jSj_&������  ������  g  by Letter  THE first thing wise people think ot B|  when ordoring goods by mail is tha M  capacity for business of those they .write <k  to. Tho reputation wo onioy for prompt- JS-  r.ess makes our Mail Order trade forge W  ahead at, a gratifying rate. g\  Our Specialties -i��������������������������� (iy  Groceries Dry Goods g\  Liquors Boots and Shoes [S  ii  Cigars Men's Furnishings p������  fij Crockery Tailoring Xj  S) Dressmaking  receive prompt attention.  Si  Requests for price lists and samples St  fegS3-  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ....Calgary....  :33������~?~raS^>S������3g������g^~^e?~SSS  Doors  "Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  T. L. HAIG  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING    ���������  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.    .  SOLICITOR,-  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  Oflice*:   Rooms 1 and 2, Pool Block, Itevelstoke. B.C. -  jH^RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor," &c.  Notary Public. '  Oflloo'upstairs in Smiib'sjilock, Pacific Ave.  ....,    Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  .GAMBLE &. O'REILLY,   -  Civil Engineers, Provincial Land  ��������� * Surveyors.   -  Accountants and General Agents,  Nelson and Rossland, West Kootenay,  Btitish Columbia.  F. C- Gamdlf.J  P..M. Inst. C. E., M. f"an.  Hoc. C. K..V. h. 8. f)v B. i ..'latoTte-idont  Engineer ">op>rtmont r.f Public Works in  Canada in I*. C.) Nelson, b. C.  Fhaxuib J. 0'Reh,i_,y. -isfoc. M. Inst. C. re.,  '  P. 1,  S. for Ii. C. Stussi Building. Colum-  "oia Avuuno ltossland, B. C. .ily3*f  LOYAL ORANGE'LODGE, No. .1658.  Regular mpe*tings arc he'd in the*  Oddicllnw..' Hall on the seco id  and  fourth Wcdno-duys of each month at  _'_> 7:31) p 111.   Visiting brethren cordially  invited.   .  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  "��������� New Denver and Burton City.  Dealers in   Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  Hardware  ~">^���������J McCarty Block,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  >  Builders' and      ^. -  MihersVS.upplies/';F*f;;,:,.   :_  : "j tinsmithiii������:  -��������� -^   Establishment  in connection.  Mail Orders a Specialty."  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood. ,   ,  Draying and  Deli\e-y Work a specialty at  lowest prices. --. ���������  Teams always ready at a moment's notice.  Agent for tho Stand ird Oil Company.  T.  ABRIEL,  NAKUSP.  II. O.    -  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For information on mineral claims on  Cariboo Creek, write). at onco and , B'it nar-  ticulnrs. 28mrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. & Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Re tall Dealers  i   Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS  and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders in our lino promptly filled.  ��������� R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painter^"^  and Decorator  SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY        _  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  HUTCHISON eSc.CO.  beg to remind the public that thoy have just  opened up in their now store, opposite the  Government Office, with a full line of  GROCERIES, FLOUR AND FEED.  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  Always on Hand. ,.  W.   H.   LAWRENCE  O. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay  THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  We Invite  YOU   -���������..  PIPES  TOBACCOS  BOOKS  STATIONERY  JAPANESE FANCY GOODS*  BEST SOFT DRINKS  IN TOWN AT  CHAS. J. AMAN'S f5?_������__7  IlBVKLSTOKE STATION,  11. Ci  , to call and inspect our new  Drus; Store in the McCarty  Block. ���������*      '  Complete lines of Pure  Drugs, Chemicals, Patent  Medicines, Toilet Articles,  etc., will be kept constantly  on hand.  o Special  attention will be  given to the  accurate preparation '    of      Physicians'  Prescriptions   and   "Family  if   Recipes.   "    -  Mail  orders will receive  prompt and careful attention.  The McDowell-Atkins-  Watson Co.. Ltd.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr. Revelstoke  7jytf Branch.  TROUT LAKE ClTY.j  Work on the American���������Rich Find on  Gainer Creek���������The Weather Against  the Camp.  Fr">m Our Own Corresponelont.  Trout Lark City, July S.���������Four  men are working running it tunned on  the lead 011 the* American claim on the  north shore of Trout Lake, about four  miles from the short*. Thu claim is  bonded bv a private Vancouver syndicate. A carload of ore from this claim  will be shipped shortly.  A small steamer would pay on Trout  Lake, anel would be an immense boon  both to prospectors who want to Ret  out on the hills and to those engaged  in developing claims on the shores of  the hike, both for-getting in supplies  and shipping ores. Some very rich,  gold bearing leads have been struck at  tin* far end of the lake.  Your correspondent was misinformed in the statement that Mr. A. Monro  is to superintend the opeention of the  London & Vancouver Financial and  Development Oo. on the Silver Queen  and. Black Beat*.  Mr. L. Thompson has recorded two  claims Yellowstone and Fridnv Morn  on Gainer Creek. He reports five feet  of clear high grade galena on the  surface.  The continuous rain is acting as a.  great drawback to both prospecting  and development work in the Lardeau  anel Fish Creek camps. Prospectors  art. driven into the hotels in the different little towns arid mine owners will  not engage men w*ith a- prospect of  having to keep them in camp for an  indefinite period before they can start  to work. ' i," , - " '���������'_������������������'  . Messrs. Dunn to Ftirrell intend to do  some'work on the Free Coinage, the  adjoining claim to the Silver Cup,.this  season.  A Correction.  A couple of items going the rounds  under the head of Kootenay News call  for-some remarks. "The Ottawa in  Lardeau country, near Trout*Lake;* has  been sold for $20,000 td'the B. C. Exploration Co.. of Taeonia.*' This is an  item clipped from onr columns and cle-  rived from Mr. Jos. Young of Spokane  ancTOossland, wltonegotiated thecleal.  Unfortunately it is not exactly correct,  as there seems to have been considerable difficulty about the first payment*,  $1000. Thu owners of the. Ottawa, H.  Slmltz 'and G. White of Trout .Lake,  went 'down._to_ Kossland ..with. Mr.  Young to gct-the money-and .returned  without it, and when last seen by our  Herald correspondent in Trout'.Lake  last week were still anxiously; awaiting'  the arrival of Mr. Young "with the  necessary'collateral.' -The other item,  stating, that the Horne-Payne syndicate have recently purchased the Broadview- for $15,000, the Bad Shot group  for .$150,000 and the True' Fissure for  $50,000 is apparently evolved out of the  imagination of the author. The Horne-  Payne people bonded the Broadview  last fall anel have been steadily working on it with, excellent results .ever  since. They bonded'the True Fissure  lust February and Jas. Dixon." agent  for Dunn & Farre.l of Vancouver, bonded the Bad Shot group for $150,000  last May. '        . ,  ABSTRACT OF RECORDS.  IllecilIewaet"-Divisio"n-for-Month-of-June'r  LOCATION'S.  Eleanor, William Cowan; Moadie, Robert  Hamilton; Cambridce, Absalom Hirt-oll; Ontario, C.I). Wood; Silver Hell, Thomas James;  South field, Annie Spisnle; W'angor, do; Michael, do; Duke, W. ,1. Lappan; Panther, Andrew  Johnson; Warwick, fraction, W. H. Sperling;  Honlder, jVnetrew Steustromi. and \\. Seott;  Bell, Otto Steele; I.ue-ky Jim, Mary A. Benson;  W. A. B��������� Mary A. Bens-on and James Davidson;  Mauel, do; "A hi-stler Camp, John Zloyovsky;  Gabriel, Hugh Bain; lialdy, John Leslie; Hel-  leiorian, John II.McKenzie; Columbiiie,Andrcw  JohiLSon. <���������  TItASSKER-1.  y. interest in the Hunker Hill, from James  Cutlen to Messrs. Manuel & Knttan, of Donald.  Silver I'ow, Copper Crown, Copper Hill, from  VUh River Copper and Silver Mining Co., Ltd.,  10 Jeihn Allan.  2-.". interest in the Warspite, lrom William B.  Denniton to Fred. Rotvbottom.  GRAND ORANGE  CELEBRATION.  Programme for the   Twelfth of  July iu  Revelstoke.  The official progr-immt' for the grand  Orange celebration next Monday is as  follows : The* lodgo will be opened to  members ti 7:30 11. m. and at 9:15 the  visiting brethren' from the west will  be met at the station and escort ed to  the lodge room. At 10 a. 111. the grand  parade* will start from the* lodge room,  over R. S. Howson to Co.'s store, headed by the brass band and will inarch  through town as far tis the Victoria  hotel and back to the baseball grounds.  Dinner will take place at 12 noon,after  which titl p.m. there will be speeches  on tlie baseball grounds by Revs, U. A.  Procunier, T. Glassi'oid. the local  clergy and others. At 2:80 sports will  commence on Front and Douglas Sts.,  consisting of 10 events. The bicycle  races will commence at 6:30, followed  by tt couple of horse races i mile open,  2 in 3 heats, and J mile ladies'dash.  Dancing on a. specially constructed  platforin,2_x~0,on the baseball grounds  will commence at 8:30. Music by the  Revelstoke Orchesta, Robt. Gordon,  floor manager.  The baseball match. Gold Hill vs.  Kamloops is olf, as the Kamloops boys  wanted the earth,���������and guaranteed tit  that.���������whether they won or not. The  Sandon team would have been arranged for.had Kamloops replied sooner.  ' The lodge will attend divine service  in a. body tomorrow, evening. Band  in attendance. Other announcements  in our local columns.  -IS THE���������  T\������ L&ta*.  Y\^$ ������M$o  ���������IS  oooy&.df]) Oi>is_ul&t@o������  The best protector for "Vatodies ngaintt  wear and magnetic influence.  OXsTXiTT    _1.00  Secure one at once*.  Hotel License.  Notice Is herebv given that thirty days after  elate I intcnel to applv for a license toscllllq nor  by retail at my hotel, situate on lot 1', block :i,  For-ruhon, I). C.  J. T. SULLIVAN.  July fi, 1897. jylOltw  Card of Thanks.  Mr. J. T>. Boyd wishes to return hearty  thanks to his many friends f-,r their help and  sympathy during his recent bereavement.  G-TTY   "B__._5_B_E5*E^.  DENTAL NOTICE  Teeth Extracted by tho le-ast painful  methods hy means of a loe-al ante-t-  thetic. ��������� Artificial teeth inserted.  Teeth filled with gold, silver, etc..  as best suits each individual case.  Crown and Bridge work a specialty.  -KT Particular attention paid to the  treatment and preservation of the  natural teeth. - An early call i3  solicited from those requiring his  services.  DR. R. MaTHISO**"  Victoria Hotel, Revelstoko  Having made  Many Improvements  and gone to considerable expense in  making my Bakery and Confectionery  Store one of tho most replete in B. C, and  having just engaged aBrockville baker.  A. E.Jackson. I am in a better position  than ever to supply the trade.  I have also out   a ehovr case in C. B.  Hume & Co's West End Storo  where a  fresh supply of bread, cakes, etc., will bo  kept for tho convenience of customer.).  Free delivery every day.  .A, N, SMITH  The Hilverton Silvertonian is the  title of the latest addition to the Kootenay press..      - . __.  .  'O. D.' Hoar has started development  work on the Rough and Ready on  Lemon creek.   . .    '   ,  . Men are at work today fixing Front  and Douglas-'streets for the bicycle  races on Monday. -  Hon. G. B.' Martin,-.Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work, will be in  Revelstoke on Monday.  Mr. and Mr's.'L H. Doll, of Calgary,  spent part of the' week in Revelstofie  on their weddingtour.  _ Mrs. Powell has rented W.H. Thomson's house at Thomson's Landing and  will open up a restaurant in it.  C. R. McDonald arrived on Tuesday  from,Regina to take .oposition iu the  Canaila'Drug'":-Bool^"(_io.'s'storeo----- "  The doctors expect'that Charlie Dent  will be up next week. He is quite out  of danger, but it is fe'ared the sight of  one eye is permanently lost.  - Mrs.Reid and Miss Crawford,'"Little  Loo" and "Flo Mayfair." of the May-  fair* Co., left on Monday on a three  weeks tour in the lower country.  - Some of our inostproriiinent business  men are talking about forming a company to acquire land for the purpose  of making a 'racing and bicycle track  and athletic grounds.  P. Burns, the well known cattle  dealer, had the misfortune to slip on  the sidewalk yesterday and sprain his  ankle. He will bo laid up a few clays  in consequence.���������Calgary Herald. . ,  As soon as Capt.-John Grant,, the  managing director- of the Waverly  Mine;~arrive.s fro"nn*-London"rthcre-will  be a meeting held *hore, at which the  place of operations for the season will  be decided.  A ttain,' 'decorated with flags and  streamers, and bearing the lirst shipment of copper from Kootenay to  Liverpool left the station on Sunday.  The copper came from the Hall mines  at Nelson -und this, the first of a series  of weekly shipments, comprising 100  tons. j  The Trail Creek Miner announces  the death, at Los Angeles,. of J. C.  Wagner, an old time Lartleau prospector, who among other valuable  discoveries made by him, located anrl  named the Wagner group on Gainer  creek. The remains were forwarded  to his home at New Albany, Ind.  J. W. Steed's little girl is much improved. ��������� The operation performed on  her throat gave immediate relief from  what came near being strangulation.  The opening made in the wind pipe  hius not yet been closed though she  seems now to breathe naturally without difficulty.���������Trail Creek Miner.  Two English tourists were at the  Forest House, Donald, this week, for  the purpose of going on a sporting  expedition down the Columbia anel up  the Canoe Kivsr. They have arranged  with J. Goodrellow, of Beaver, to act  as guide on the expedition. It is stated  they will examine the Canoe River  with a view to ascertaining its prospects as a Held for mining operations  as well.���������Golden Era.  The Horne-Payne Company are in  treaty for the Brown Bear property  at Illecillewaet. This claim is owned  by W. G. Neilson, who has as co-proprietors Messrs. Kirkpatrick, "Elson  and Griffiths. The assays on ore from  this claim have averaged 123 ounces of  silver to the ton. Mr. Neilson went to  Illecillewaet on Tuesday to meet the  representative of the company anel  take him over the ground.���������Golden  Era.  Sam Hill is in from Galena Bay. He  has been working on the Columbian  claim, immediately above the Royal  Canadian on a little tributary of Deep  creek, with excellent results. The lend  is a contact of granite and slate and  can be traced. Mr. Hill believes, as far  as the Hot Springs. Mr. Hill struck  the hanging wall on the Columbian  and has exposed 35 feet of the lead.  The ore isjiron and carries on the Royal  Canadian as high as $12. iu gold.  A KICK FROM FERGUSON.  Transportation, Mail and Other   Difficulties in the Lardeau Centre.  From Our Own C01raspondc.it.  Ferguson, July 3.���������Tliu citizens of  Ferguson tiro all mil on the warpath in  frills, paint and feathers, anil considering all things tlieyv are not to be  blamed.  The Transportation Co. handling  freight and passengers comes in for the  hardest kick. It is almost impossible  to got goods in and wholly impossible  for p'assengurs to come here direct  from Thoinpsons's Landing. The present method is to take passengers to  Trout Lako City and either compel  Ilium to stay there. 01* hire hors'.s to  come up here with. Yesterday three  ladies were compelled to walk from  the forks oE the road to Ferguson, a  distance of four miles. A new slage  anel freight line* running direct from  the landing to Ferguson,would receive  the entire support of the community.  The next kick is the. way in which  the camp is supplied with fresh meat.  There are fully 200 people living here  who cannot get any meat at all, and  part of tho time the hotels are out.  All the meat for the mines has to be  packed through here. So it would  seem businesslike to supply them from  here and save packing, four miles. A  good live butcher is needed.  Another kick comes in for lhe Town-  site Company on account of their lack  of enterprise in opening up the town.  They appear to be playing Rip Van  Winkle.- However, they are hurting  themselves more than any one else. It  is only necessary to see - Ferguson to  understand this.  The weather causes a lot of grumbling and every one is cranky. It has  been nothing but rain for the last few  clays. The roads are^in .a beastly state  although the first four miles are the  best between here and the Landing.  A description of .the operations of  the Horne-Payne Co., which recently  appeared in your valuable paper makes  it seem as if their buildings were a  mile from Ferguson. Asa. .matter of  fact their huildings almost touch the  boundary of the townsite and are only  about half a mile from the part of the  town already built on.1       ,_,  Developments to-day- tend towards  making Ferguson the best and liveliest  town in West. Kootenay this coming  winter.- The mines are all holding their  -own in showing,-with some, .looking a  gre'ateleal lietter','"Juid' there**,"is every  prospect of the Horne-Payne people  pitching.in and doing their best to  make Ferguson a town of strength and  commercial capacity. If they do. it  will make things fairly hum for with  the money they have'they can add  srreatly to the growth of the place.  Their help, together with its splendid  tctual situation and resources behind  it, will build Ferguson rapidly.  The popular mining recorder of Revelstoke, Mr. Wm. Viekers, is in town.  New families every day come in and  already Ferguson numbers fully 300 of  a population.'  Inspector Fletcher ought to run in  here and wait two weeks for his mail  and then he might make such representations to the Post Office Department that would result in a tri-weekly  mail. There are over 800 people in and  ai-ound-Ferguson,i_with_mails^_coniing  in only once a week, and then only by  the courtesy of any citizen who will  go to the city of Lake Trout for it.  There are over $500,000 invested in  mines immediately around ns. and the  miners can only get their mail once, a  week. How they can do business is a  wonder. Frequently special messengers are sent to the Landing with mail.  The town is excited this afternoon  over the great showing Arthur Cunningham is making in his claim just  adjacent to town on the Broadview  Hills. The claim is known as '"Bruce,"  anel lies on the side hill in the timber  only 3-lths ot a mile from our main  street.  The sawmill is running full handed,  and buildings will soon go up on every  hand.  We want the outside world to know  that if they intend coming to Ferguson they have to walk four miles anyway, and they might as well walk the  whole distance from the landing in.  Any one putting.on a direct stage line  from Ferguson will be treated by our  citizens as a public benefactor, and receive all the aid each and every one at  Ferguson can render. ' Felix,  STRIKES  IN    BRITISH     COLUMBIA  MONTANA  AND  Two Thousand Miners Out in Montana.  ���������One Thousand Salmon Fishermen  Demand 15 Cents a Fish.���������Neg'otia-"  tions Which May Result in the" Commencement of the Penticton Road this?  year".���������The' Gold .Brick King Arrested in Spokane.  (SPECIAL TO THE  HERALD.)'  Spokane, July 10.���������Jno. Alexander,-.-  alias I"tebcl Geofge Knowlton, the'  king of gold brick operators, was  arrested here yesterelay. while attempting to swindle Colonel I. N. Peyton.-  The police had shadowed him for sometime.  Vancouver, July 10.���������Ctinners are  having a serious time of it. One thousand fishermen threaten to strike if  they cannot get 15 cents a fish or 7  cents more than is being paid. To-day  word comes that the government will .  impose a duty of one cent per fish on'  till salmon brought in from Point R_ob-  erts.  Chicago, July 8.���������Two'thousand mi-''  ners are on strike in Montana.   Sever-'  al camps have closed down altogether.  Victoria, July 10.���������Premier Tiirher',  announces that the Provincial Govern-"  ment is in communication with the'  Dominion-Government regarding' the'  building of the Penticton road .this*  year, also the coast rood1,-but he thought'  the government would not do' more* -  than attend to the Penticton rb'ad.'  .HOSTILITIES TO BE RESUMED  The  Sultan   Detormined  to' Resist the*  - r*  ��������� Coercion of the Powers',  London,  July 0.���������The  -Turks  are  strengthening their position" itf' Th'essf-  aly'.and a"resumption" of'Tiostilities  is"  imminent.   Geri^Smolenski "has' left'"  Athens, to take command of the first'  Greek division.   The sultan is"deter-',  mined, to  dictate  terms' of of.peace"-  from'the Acropolis, a*nd "has' decided'  to take the field if a treaty is nofi con-'  eluded next week.--  Today's Quotation's in the'Metal Market.  New York, July JO.���������Bar silvpr. 60Jr  copper dull, broker's 11.18; lead, firm,-  broker's, 3.35.  Lardeau Jack on the Trail.  . Fort Steele, B.C.. June 26���������I have  been in Tiast Kootenay since 1st  Slarch, and have visited Wasa Creek,  Elk River, Bull River, Moyie Lake,  Perry Creek and other promising  camps, and have located three claims,  two on Tracy Creek and one on Elk  River. Tracy Creek prospects very  favorable in golel and copper. There  aro V-try large showings on Galena  and St. Eugene on Moyie Lake*, also  on North Star on St.'-Mary's river, but  on account of the huge amount of  wash over this district, claims arc  difficult to locate.  I am leaving here today via Toby  Creek, over the divide to the Duncan  River, and to the head waters of the  North Fork of the Lardeau, about  eight miles from Ferguson, to the celebrated Glengarry ledge on which the  Glengarry anel Highland Group companies are now actively engaged in  developing iheir most promising pro  perties* When I get through  this trip I will let you know my  ion of the district over which I  prospected.  |! Yours truly.  J. D. McDonald.  , familiarly fcnown as "Lardeau Jack.  FOURTH OF JULY."  The Celebration of the Day" at Ferguson.-  By the Heuald "Ian on the Wing  The sports which came off on July 5"  at Ferguson~were~a���������grand~succes3ra~-~  every one of the" many visitors will  say, although the weather was no. all  that'could be desired. The' citizens'-  were so zealous iu their many duties;  that the contestants in the event did-  not notice the weather. , The hotels  and business houses were thronged  with a mass of people from 9 o'clock in  the morning until the closing of the'  ball in the evening. The latter was a  grand success, inasmuch as there was  a large gathering of ladies,- making'  about 30. Too much cannot be said in  regard to the hospitality of the Fergu-'  son business men. The committee.  Messrs. Crockett. Cummings, Walker,  Fallis, Batho and Holmes did till that  eoulel bo desired to have Fergus*on's!  first celebration made one to bo long"  remembered iu the Lardeau. The following js a list of the sports and the*  winners :  Tug of War���������Ferguson*' vs. Trout  Lake.   Won by Ferguson.  100 yards open--Won hy Mcllmoyle,-  ���������2nd, Ramsey.  , Three Legged Race���������Won by R*am-'  say and Rippley���������2nd, Whalen and  Barber.  Saddle Horse- Ritccs, open���������j mile"  and repeat���������Rondo, Butcher'Boy anel  Dicky H���������Won by Rondo and   Dicky  Prospectors Race���������50 yards, 25 pound  pack���������Won by Sullivan���������2nd, Rippley"  ���������Last, The Barber.  Sack Race, 50"yards'���������Won by Wm."  Romay.-  Long Jump Ilunning���������Won bv.McIl-"  nioyl, 18 ft. 4 in.���������2nd, Romay, 17ft3in.-  Hfgh Jump Running���������1st. McKinzie,-  4 ft. 11 in.���������2nd, Burngord, 4 ft. 8 in.  Pttck Horse Race, } mile.���������Won by"  Buckskin Kid���������2nd, Black Bess.-  In the evening, a match pull at Tug'  eif War between the Horne-Payne outfit and Ferguson was pulled, and resulted in a draw.  with  opin-  have  Funeral of Mrs. Boyd". '    "  On Thursday ingrning at 8 o'clock  Rev. P. Muir performed ,-i t-hort funereal service at the residence of Mr. T..  Bain, in the presence of a number of  friends, after which the remains of the*  late Mrs. Boyd were taken to the"  station and forwarded t'> Montreal.,  Her husband and hrother.Mr. Macleod  who came lip with her from Montreal.*  accompanied the body on its last journey.  v  $1 C. B. HUME  COMPANY  Agent/3:  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale MERCHANTS     Retail  Agents:  Victoria Powder Oo.  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and miners should not   leave for  the hills without having  a look  at this stook.    Wo  carry full lines of  first class Provisions,  Men's0 Clothing,  Goodyear's Kip. Boots,  Prospectors Shoes (a  special line),  H. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths' Anvils and Bellows, Giant Powder 40, 60 and 75  per  cent,  Fuses  - and Detonators.  The Building Boom  We have made arrangements to meet the demands which the rapid increase of orders in the building  trade has caused this season. Our lines of Builders' Hardware are very complete. Nails, wire and cut, all  sizes and kinds; -Locks and Knobs, Hinges, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various kinds, Tar Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildod and Eaw; Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead,-Dry Paints, (a large assortment,)  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes. _        .  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Something else you all want to hear about, which is  I  Carpets  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke, Trout Lake City and Ferguson  Revelstoke   Herald  JOHNSON to PETTIPIECE  Proprietors and .Publishers  A' Somi-"Veo":ly Journal, published In tho  ntcreBts ot Revelstoke and tho surrounding  district, Wednesdays and Saturdaj s, making  closest connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads, ~1."0 per  column inch, $2.00 per Inch when lnsortedon tltlo  page. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) lino for  llrst insertion; 8c tor oaoh additional insertion.  Heading notices, 15c por line each issue. Birth,  Marriage and .Death notices, froo.  Subscription Ratos: By mail or carrier. $2,00  per annum; 81,25 for six montbB, striotly in  dvanco.  Our Job Department: InE Herald Job  Department is one of the best oquipped  printing offloos in West Kootenay, nnd is pro-  pared to execute all kinds of printing in first  class Btylo at honest prices.' Ono prico to all.  No job too largo���������nono too Bmall���������f or us. "tail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: We Invite correspondence on any subject of Interest to tho general  public, and desiro a reliable regular corres-  Sondent    in     ovory     locality     surrounding  lovelstokc.   In all cases tho bona fldo namo  of the writor must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  this moment, not merely in London is  the empire's Queen gathering her  children around her, but that in great  cities in all lands, in a land like - this,  which no British heart can heartily  call foreign���������every where in the civilized world the same feast is held.'  Mr. Davin referred eloquently to the  regni of Queen Victoria, speaking particularly of its moral influence. He  touched upon the history of Canada,  giving a brief account ot the struggles  of the diiforent provinces to gain re-  osnsipble" government, and brought  greetings from Sir Charles Tupper,  who he said, was unable to be present  at the celebration in Boston."  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All   correspond ence    must   bo legibly  rittou on ono side of tho paper only.  ~. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper namo  f the writer.  3. Correspondence with roforonco to any  thing that has appeared in another pacer  must first bo olfered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in Tine Herald.  .SATURDAY _-_JULy_10,.  _1807.  THE EMPIRE AND COLONIES  The Hon. Nicholas Flood Davin of  Canada Lauds Anglo-American  Amity.  The Boston Herald under the above  heading says:  " "The representative of Canada, the  Hon. Nicholas Flood Davin, M. P.,  spoke in response to the sentinn'nt,  'i'heempire anti colonies'. He said in  pari: 'Standing here for the first time  on this classic ground, in the Athens  of the new world, common gratitude  makes it impossible that I should forbear to do homage to those great men,  who, the other day, moved among you  whose inspiration was esentiiilly  British, who were among those who  gave my young mind its earliest and  noblest stimulus: Emerson, Holmes,  Longfellow, Lowell.  'These are names that must not pass  away. This great nation is justly  proud of its democracy. Happy is the  democracy which has an aristocrtcy  ��������� of genius and knowledge: and happy  ,. is the city which can boast of giving  humanity names like these.  "How striking, how illustrative of  the humanizing influence of time tho  healer, as well as the avenger, that we  should be assembled here under present conditions���������for I am not eiuite so  oblivious of the past as that English  nobleman, who, on approaching Boston, and having Bunker hill pointed  out to him, asked, 'Who was Bunker?'  and 'What did he do with his hills?' It  reejuires only a .slight elfort of tbe im-"  agination to hear the first murmurs of  the war of independence', the guns of  Concord, the shouts of citizens rising  against taxed tea.  'And yet, we arc met in ono of Ihe  foremost cities of the great republic.  To do what? To honour the diamond  jubilee of the world-empire's British  Queen. The grandsons of the hero-  farmers join with lis in drinking the  health of the grand-daughter of  George III!  'Grand as this festival is, its grandeur is enhanced when we think that.it  HUNDREDS KILLED  In  The    Calcutta    Riots���������Indignation  and Excitement Prevails.  London, June C,���������Dispatches from  Bombay say GOO to a 1000 rioters were  killed during the recent rioting  around Calcutta. It is added that tho  natives estimate the'death roll as high  as 1500.  EXCITEMENT INCREASING  Calcutta, Juue C,���������The Jubilee  service postponed on account of an  earthquake, was held yesterday.  Owing to threats of an organised attack  on the congregation, detachments of  two hundred police were posted  around the building. Native insults to  European women are increasing all  over the city. Much indignation and  excitement prevails. o  A Vecel������rlan ijotlcr Flrr__.  Some men have* .in iciea that their  views should be obtruded whenever then?  is an openiiic. TlK-re was nn illu"tr.iti������in  of this want of tact piven on a "Vexxl-  wnrd avrnue* car the either cvrniiiir.  A.ftj*r a thin, pole man and a bis. Sorirf  man had bt-cn engaged in a tviirm eli.-������-  cussiot) for a time-, tbe smaller tin'l more  IK*Itpcry of the two made it apparent  that he ���������u-nntoe] fill those pre-snnt f'ir .'in  audience*. He wtif averse to hidi'i-; bis  light onelt-r  n  bush"l.  "I ont n vegetarian," he- s-lionHi!. "I  m-vcr saw one. of your lie-e-f-eatf.-rs ye't  that eoulel think cle-nrly nr rr>:ipeni in-  tollicciitly." Tlifn some* of tlie- induii.iiit  pn.ssensrn< Hint diel not n^n-e; with lii'n  and rcsi-'iif'tl liis Hwii'iiins. ttKw.-rtiejiM  simi*  in  with   tlit'ir  veilunttirlev-i,  "Hair'n just llio e-olor of a e*nrrot,"  chuckled the fat mtin with n  wIioi-a"-.  "Nose;- i-* a lit Me 'reddish.* " wild tlio  .vonns man in a box overcoat nnd eve-pin'.' drt"ss.  "Anel somr-thinc of n 'turnup." tittered  the pretty jjirl hanging to the sarno  pfrtin.  "Bet lie's n 'bent,'" snortc-d Ibc  Ijutclier. j  "Heinilar 'ptinkin end,' " -rrowleel the  Rncjlishm.-in who liml eaten many an eix,  nnel   everybody  pxi^tr-el  a   ficht.  When the vanquished ve^et.irinn nisei n ptirsnlp-sliapetl finger to the cxm-  ductor thn parson in the corner miiminr-  etl: "Lettuce have peas," nnel the titt.-r-  in������ cirl endeel the ftisiltitle hy reejnesting  the litlle man not to "squash" her as ho  weelcfcd ltis< wnv to the rear platform.���������  Detroit  Free Prr-n*.  0  I'rop:reH8"������) IJarometer.  "TTtim! This town is settins more lively. Things are looking up." he remiirli-  e-d ns thn train stopped ut a small town  in  Mississippi.  "How 'lo yon make  that out?"  "Sec lhe crowd of loafers near the  station?'1  "Vi-H."  "They art* the barometer of progress.  Wlie-n I usee] to pn through here.) te-n  yenr.-e ngn, the whole town woultl lo-if  the.' liv-leiiig (lay nt tlie little st.-itieen. No  one; enn npp.-ecinfe - what re-nl, irentilne  I<m.i fitle loafing in -unless he ha������ lieen in  ei-rl.iiii pjerts of the semth. We ii-ji* the  word in the north, I believe, Imf it  le-ors its significance when imported from  the- torrid climates to our northern air.  Lull fin it menus In the south too lazy to  thitilt, trif> lazy to speak. tew lazy to  nlnit-el. T say this town hns progressed  l.ec.'iiis.-f yon will observe lli.'tt not rniurt*  tIinn litilf the inhabitants art- loufirt; in  the vicinity of the station."  POLITICAL  THE DEFEAT OF MARC1L  N  MAGDALEN  Its All in the Kootenay Guide  THE     SENATE     SMASHERS  Discord in the Ranks���������The Drummond  County Deal���������Dobell to Succeed to  the High Commissionership.  Montreal, July 0.���������Speaking of the  defeat of Marcil, in Magdalen Islands,  La Patrie says , it was caused by discord in the Liberal* ranks, and adds :  " Those behind the scenes know that  the attitude'of the Senate at the last  session was due to certain persons who  call themselves followers ot the Laurier  Cabinet, but would not hesitate at anything to destroy it. Ministers have  the most complete proofs of intrigues  which took place and which led Sir  Mackenzie Bowell to believe he could  precipitate a new appeal to the people  with the chance of a Conservative  victory. We make these observations  to put the Liberals on their guard  against acts of certain malcontents  ready to adopt any pretext to show  disunion in our ranks."  HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP  Ottawa, July 0.���������It is stated in the  Liberal press that the Hon. R. R.  Dobell will succeed Lord Glencoe as  Canadian High Commissioner in London.  This was the hottest day in ten  years. The thermometer stood 03 in  the shade. All workmen employed in  the open atr cjuit work at 10 o'clock  this morning.��������� = ������������������������������������- -��������� -=-  The Liberals threaten a crusade,  against the Senate, and they allege  they can disqualify nearly twenty  members of the upper house who do  not possess the necessary $4,000 in  real estate, clear of encumbrance.  SENATE  SMASHERS  AT  WORK.  Toronto,July 0,-The Liberal crusade  against the Senate which was threatened by Tarte and the Globe, has  begun here and is intended to spread  from this point to various political  centres. Tnis ii to carry out the  threat to smash the Senate: in conse-  eiuence of its refusal to) swallow  the Drummond County railway  den). It Kceni" to be the.- plan  ofj tho smohhers to give "the upper  chamber no opportunity to have a say  in the matter. To accompli." this it  i9 suggested that the* legislatures of  several provinces bhould constitute  themselves into a general convention  and pass an aeldi"-s.s lo the Imperial  Parliament as representing the present political generation, asking not  for abolition, but tor reforming the  Senate in a democratic direction The  change would require an election of  the Senators either by the people or  the provincial legislatures.  PILLAGING TURKS  OCCUPY AND DESTROY A THESSALY VILLAGE  The Inhabitants Desperately Defend  Themselves, But are Overpowered  and Their Homes Destroyed.  Athens, July 0���������The Turkish troops  after a sharp fight with the inhabitants  occupied the; village, of Kalalmka, in  North Thessaly. Kalabaka although  within the.- territory occupied by tho  Turkish troops, was under Greek administration. The attack was made  last Thursday by a, body of Turks and  Albanians 2,1 W strong. The inhabitants fought desperately killing many  of the Turks, but were finally overpowered. Most of them lied to the  mountains. Others probably were  massacred or taken prisoners. The  Turks after pillaging the toWD destroyed it.   ���������_���������������-*-������   The sales of C. P. K. lands in Manitoba and the North West during tho  month of June, were larger than for  any month'since 1802, when the company made a big cut in prices.  "Wholesale dealeis in  J^les, Wines, Spirits as|d Cigars.  Agents for K. W. Kara Co.'s Pianos, and tlio Goold Bicycles Co.'s "Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.       -  IMPERIAL B^HK  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital    -   $1,963,600  Reserve    -   -   -   - . 1,156,800  Direotors  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St.Oatharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaifray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon      Portage la        Vancouvei  Calgary������������������ -���������=���������������������������=Prairie Winnipeg-  Edmonton   Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex     ,   Niagara Fallss St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait ' Rat Portage      Welland  Ingcrsoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in tho United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank 'of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and. Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canaela, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A. R. B. HEARN.  lilanasop Rovolstoko Branch.  Royal Hotel  ,Mnw    CAJjG &RY  Near tho C. P. R., .Station.  Rates to suit tbo times, from $1 to  $1.50 per day, according to  location of roomy.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  JA-BttESRETL_LY.ProPr.  IiEE 8t HTI&HSOU  Builders and Dealers In  Carriages,   Buggies,   I*uckbo{irds  Democrats^   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage "Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  I, Second hand Buggies, etc. always  oh hand  Write us for prices.'and particulars.  We can build you a .rig to order  thoy can't be beat. ���������  flefchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  Frst-class in every respect.    Good accommodation. . Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the_Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  Tho   largest. hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located.  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and Cigars ���������  .Best., accommodation��������� ���������   . Bates - $1-,   -per ^day_^  St.   Leon   Hot   Springs,   on  Upper   Arrow Lake,  run in connexion.  CHIiGHI^V,  flIiBBi*~T.H,  Brown & Clarke, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  When at  Golden, b. g.  The gateway to the great  East Kootenay  gold fields   fl  assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for commercial and  mining me.n,   Free sample rooms.  Fort Btoolo StnKo lotivoB Kootenay  Homo   ovory Tuesday.  Strictly First Class S.ADLER, Propr.  From Brantford,  the Home of Good Manufacturers.  THE ONLY CJI-NJIDLM BICYCLE  That received an award at the World's Columbian  Exposition for points of general excellence was the  Brantford Red Bird, the strongest, speediest and  most beautiful bicycle sold in the'Dominion today.  The wisdom of this award is verified by the fact  that four out of five of the Class B championships for  '05, and four out of five of the professional championships for 'Ofl were won on a Red Bird. Notwithstanding what the riders of other wheels may do,  the fact remains that when anything worth winning "'  is won, the trick is generally done on the fast and  beautiful Red Bird.  Branches: Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg  and Sydney, Australia.  T.HE GOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantfopd  These Famous Wheels are sold by the Coivan-Holten-Dow7is Co.  When You Reach,Sandon  Buy Your Supplies  HAY, timothy and prairie: OATS,  CHOP, BRjUT, SHORTS. FLOUR,  POTATOE". EGGS. BUTTER,  FISH. HAMS, BACON, Etc,  FROM I^ELLY BROTHERS  Reco Street SANDO"  Sam Needham  Clothes ������Si<.  err InSGood Stylo at Lowest Prices.  DougljIs Street >.��������� Revelstoke '")'/  Keep Your  Eye   on  The Great  Lardeau .Townsite  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group  Galena Prince Gr'p  Pool  Group  Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  'Warner Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  tlbbott Group;  Glengarry Group  Blackburn Group  Holy "Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains f rom3 to 18 claims  FLAW  . OF  PArtr'ol'-  TROUT   LAKE MINING DIY"  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview Badshot  Old Sonoma  Great Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Black Prince  Silver Queen  True Fissure  Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 0 miles  Ferguson is the Terminus  of-  the    projected.- Lardeau "Railway���������to   be   built  this   summer.  At the present ground floor price tbe best real estate investment on  tho marl-tit is' FERGUSON lots.  C. K SHAW  GENERA LAGENT  REVELSTOKE  A.Corner Lot at $160. ca_orb$e40 do^_od  An Inside Lot at $110 *C������������r &5:08__������ued  TRAGEDY  THREE MEN MEET DEATH NEAR  <���������'      REGINA  suffocated" in  a well  One After   Another  They  Go   to   the  Rescue and Are.Overwhelmed���������The  Three Bodies Recovered by the .Use  . of-Grappling-Irons.        ----- ��������� _  Regina, July -i.���������A terrible tragedy  occurred near here yesterday. A well  ..wasJoeing dug on the farm of Robert  Moore, between Grand Coulee and  Wascan.i. Some time ago 00 feet had  been reached and nothing had beet-  been done for a week and the well had  been covered over.  On Saturday Moore went down to  resume operations. He was lowered  into the pit by Chailes Beattie. Beat-  tie felt the rope slacken and heard the  thud of Moore falling.  He ran for Andrew Moore.his cousin  who was plowing and Moore proceeded to lower Beattie down the well.  When thirty feet down Moore heard  a choking noise from Beattie anil immediately afterward felt his weight oil  the rope and heard a thud.  Moore then went for James Carroll  who was plowing hard by, and asked  him to lower him down. Carroll stuel  he would go down himself as he did  not tb.ink.h~ could pull Moore up.  Carroll was lowered and at 20 feet  called out "Pull me up. 1 am choking."  Moore pulled him up, but when twelve  feet from the top Carroll fell off the  vope to the bottom.  The neighbours and Mounted Police  econ heard of   the  tragedy and with  ��������� grappling irons brought the bodies of  '���������' the three unfortunates to   *>"* ������"���������������������������������'������  r-all dead.  HOMEWARD BOUND  THE   CANADIAN   JUBILEE  VISI-  "    " TORS SAIL  From Liverpool Amid Cheers and Music  ���������Another Banquet to the Colonial  Premiers���������Tributes to Laurier.  Liverpool, July 5,���������On their arrival  itt Liverpool oh "Saturday the Canadians were met at the railway station  by a guard of honour from the Lancashire volunteer artillery accompanied  by-thu band;���������-���������=���������'"���������-   -J s=.-^a^=   They proceeded to the bay and embarked on the steauierScofsman which  sailed timid a storm of cheers and the  singing and playing of national airs.  - ANOTHER BANQUET  London, July 5.���������(Montreal Star  cable)���������The presence, of ladies gave a  special brilliancey to the Colonial Institute baiuiuet to the-Right lion. Sir  Wilfrid Liturior and other colonial  premiers last night.  Sir Wilfrid sat tit the right hand ot  the Duke of Connaught, and was received most cordially by his Royal  Highness who spoke "of -" my friend,  the distinguished Premier of tho great  Dominion of Crnadti, Sir Wilfrid  Laurier."  Lady Laurier, who was charmingly  dressed in chiffon over cerise satin, sat  next to the Lord Chancellor, Lord  Halsbury.    ,  Sir Wilfrid's speech was most happily conceived and he elaborated his  familiar theme, that the real source of  the stability of the British empire is  freedom and justice.  A^GREAT STRIKE  PITTSBURG COAL MINERS LAY  J    DOWN THEIR TOOLS  And Enter "Upon a Bitter Struggle  With Their Employers���������The Strike  Commenced'on Sunday.  Pittsbuko, Pa., July 5.���������The coal  miners of Pittsburg district, in delegate convention here on Saturday decided unanimously to comply with the  order of the National Executive Board  to.strike, and_all_union miners-in . the  district have laid down thoir~*tools and  entered upon a struggle for wages  which promises to be one of the longest and most bitterly contested lights  ever known in the labour world,  the surf ate  AN   INSINUATION  LAURIER   AND   THE M.'P.'S  The death occurred on June 20th, at  Montreal, of Mrs. McOHbbon, wife of  Major A. ��������� McGibbon, Inspector of  Indian Agencies, Regina, and mother  of D. L. McGibbon. of Medicine Hat  and Inspector McGibbon, N.W.M.P.  Saltcoats. Other sons reside in Montreal, one being a barrister and another  an officer of the Bank of Nova Scotia.  It was at the residence of the latter  that the death took place. -   -  From Secretary Sherman That Great  Britain Has ���������Acted in Bad Faith in  the  Sealing Case.  "London] July 5.���������The Washington  correspondentjof the Daily Chronicle  asserts that official' correspondence is  about to he submitted to Congress,  wliich includes a despatch sent by  Secretary Sherman to Ambassador  llay, elated May 10, for submission to  Lorel Salisbury, insinuating that Great  Britain had been guilty of bad taith in  ���������carrying out the terms of the Paris  -Deal award.  The Canadian Premier Addresses British"  - Members���������An      Imperial     Federal  Parliament. '  London, July C���������Sir Wilfrid Laurier yesterelay addressed a meeting of  those members of the House of Commons who are known as the Colonial  party. He urged the direct representation of the colonies in the imperial  pailiument, which ought tc be, he  contended, the grand National Council  or Imperial Federal Parliament. In  the course of his address he said that  if Australia and South Africa confederated like Canada, it would greatly  simplify the question.  Major Perry and all the Mounted  Police, but three constables remain  here oh leave; also tt few other members of tho contingent.  A man named Peter Cunningham  who bad been undergoing sentence at  BaniT on a charge* of vagrancy elfect-  ed his escape some time ago, but was  recaptured yesterday. He has been  committed by Inspector Harper, J. P..  to stand his trial on a chargo of being  at largo without lawful excuse when  under sentence of imprison _ont.  Tr[E MOLSQNS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, IBM  Paid up Capital    -    $2,000,000  Rest Fund   -    -    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OP DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macphorson, President  S. H. Bwing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn ,  H. Markland Molson  F. "Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managpr  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank reeieives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals, firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits al  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  'I What the man said: "Oh, yes, delightful weather." What he wanted  to sav: "Ulanketv blank! blankety  blank! blank! blank! blank."  Manitoba is suffering from several  electric storms. A boy named John  Finley was killed by lightning at  Boissevain and a widow tunned Mat-  tic"* was kilted at Rapid City during a  small cyclone which demolished several buildings.  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.rtnt.  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  ;   Geo. C  McGregor M~rr  "VIKXIPBO KK-.KCH  1       T. 6. Phepoe, Manager  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronl,o, Ont.  TorontoJunc'n, Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woods tock,Ont  Winnipeg, Man  L. X FRETZ  Contractor and Builder. .  " Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  "���������      Terms Cash  Spokane Falls and .Noptftern  .Nelson and Ft. Sheppard  =R,ed~jVlountain-Rr(ysr  Tlio only till rail routn without cltineo ol  cars uotwoe.ii Spokane. Nortbport, Ko6sitind  nnd Nelson; also botween Kossland -und  Kelson.  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  i.kavk.-   .        NORTHPORT AitniVK.  For Spokane��������� " From Spokane���������  12:35 p.m ltiup.m.  For Itoisland��������� From Itoisland���������  ltJOp.m 11:1" ikiii.  For Nelson��������� From Nelson���������  1:50 p.m ".���������������������������������������������.; 12.01 p.m.  Close connect ionej nt Nelson with steamers  for Kielo and all Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers for ICottlo River and Iioundary  Crock connect at Marcus wlthstaKO dally.  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use in   cases   where  ' disease  eats   olf the horn  of the hoof -  Also a Never Failing Remedy  For fungus growth of flesh  in any shape whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Failed  to cure.  Try It and Save Your Horse.  Here is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W.A.ALLEN  Vet rinary Surgeon       Calgary  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  pruggistj Calgary  Mail Orde.'siPromptly Attended To.  Assayers, Mining aqd  Milling Engineers  Office-and Metallurgical Works at  ' 523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOl^AtfE - ������ WHSifmslGTOri  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  Silver, assay.... ;  Gold and silver,  assay   Gold, silver and  lead, usstiy   Gold, silver and  copper, assay..  Gold  and Bilvcr  bullion, assay..  **'nc, assay   Sulphur, assay...  Morcury, assay..  Molting andrclui-  lng burs.  00  Ijimo, analysis.. 3 3 CO  Silica, analysis. 2 00  Coal partial, an.    6 00  Tin, assay      6 00  Nickel, assay $10  to    15 00  Cobalt, assay ~10  to    1500  2 00   Antimony, ass'y   10 00  3 00 jVrsenic, assay..  3 00 Aluminum,ass'y  5 00   l'lutinum.assuy  Molting.rollnlng  and assaying.  1 50  2 50  300  200  _5 CO  500  500  300  Kites given on apmioatlcn for working tests  of ores on samples <*C one to lit ty pounds.  Wo linvo tho most complete equipment in  tho North 'Vest for testing ores und determining tho kind of machinery necessary for tho  rceluctlon of tho en mo.  1'oBtal rate on oro ono coat por oanco. Send  at least throo ounces for assay.  Inspections and reports mado on mining  property.  Air. F. K. McNamnrn of this Arm is the  inventor of "Tho McNamara" Two Stamp  Mill, whicli has a guaranteed capacity of from  live to seven tons per day; S5 to U0 por cent of  tlio gold Isanvod in tho buttery. Can add as  many baUerios as dcsircel. Estimates and  prices on apollcation. Homcmbur that wo  mako a specialty of Heal Ketato und Mines.  F. McCarty  Wholosalo and Retail  Butcher  Dealer In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station   ���������   ���������   B. C-  anadian  Pacific Ry  SOO        CIFIC LINE    ������  Cheapest, quickest and best route  Toronto. Now York, Philadelphia,  Montreal, Boston Halifax���������all  Eastern and European Points  "~Tourist"1Cars"Ieavo"Revelstoke-J  daily,for  St. Paul;  for  Toronto  every Monday; and for Montreal  aud Boston every Thursday. ,*  Train leaves Revelstoke for all  points south daily except Sunday;  arriving daily except Monday.  Empress of India, Empress of  Japan aud Empress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.  Warimoo, Miowera and Aorangi  sailing every four weeks for Honolulu, Suava and all Australian and  New Zealand ports.  For full particulars apply to nearest  C.P.R. Agent or to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  11 Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  31. KUcGRKGOR.  Travelling Pasicngor Agent, Nelson.    <*  E.J.COyijE, Dls. Passenger Agent, Vancouver  l  f2Mf  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. plemmg  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chauces of being caught  Itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on ��������� hand.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  Dfaying  KSpeeiaity  IiOta Prices  ROMAN  Btokc.  at 10-30 ���������.m.  EI. A.. IX,. B.  Drs. McKechnie   and 'Jeffs, Attendants  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelatoke.  Preaching services at 11. o.m. and 7*30  p.m. Class meeting at tho close ot ths  morning service, f-abbath School and Bible  ClaeB at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  everrWednesday evening at 7*30 p.m. The  public aro cordially Invited. Seats frco.   ItEV. J. A, WOOD. Pa������tor.  pHURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Revelstoke.  v��������� Services: Dally, 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 Communion at.  morning services.       FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  "\.  PRK8BYTERIAN CHURCH���������Reyelstoke.  Servico every Sunday at II a-m. and 72)0  p.m. Blb'o Cltss at 2-'������3 p.m.. to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.   REV. P. D. MUIR. Pastor.  CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Revel-  Maes fourth  Sunday la month-  REV. FATHER PEYTAVTN.  C.IW.WOODWO^TH  Notary, Conveyancer. Etc.  Mines and Real Estate.  SrOCAS CITS'      -      ���������      Ebitish OoluxBIjV.  Vi I  \  "*>  will open a complete line  Stationery, Drugs and  Sundries (in their new  building next to Smith's  Bakery)  ....On 15th July  A FEW ROOMS TO LET  Suitable' for .offices and bedroom's.  Canada Drug & Book Co., Ld.  Revelstoke���������Nelson���������Regina.  LOCAL  AMD  GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  A.   Craig,   of  Thomson's   Landing,  accompanied  by  Mrs.   Craig,  was  in  town   yesterday  on   his   honeymoon  ..trip*.    '    -  I't'v. C. A. Procnnier will preach in  tlio Methodist .e-hnrch and Jtcv. T.  Ulassforel, of Trail, in the Presbyterian  church tomorrow nimiiiiig.  John Kinman,i~nQ of the, best known  prospectors in tho Slocan is preparing  to make ti trip into the. Lardeau country, says the Slocan Pioneer. * '  C. Kd. Smith, representing "TV. V.  Dawson, Montreal, -ngeiit for Alex.  Cowan to Sons, paper makers. Kdin-  hurgh, Scotland, is in town today on  his way west.  The lirst, six liiindrccVgallons of beer  wtis   put   through   at   the 10nterpri.se  ���������brewery on Thursday.    A full elcsci-ip-  - tion of this* institution  will appear in  our next issue.  Two brothers of D. Ferguson came  in unexpectedly on the No". I on Tuesday and met him at the station just  going down to Ferguson. They went  on down with him.  Goo. Hoover, who was in town last  week in tho interests of the widow and  family of Geo. Phillips, returned to  Alberta on Wednesday. He means tn  como back and open a boarding house  in New Edmonton shortly.  lit: R.' Mal.hison, of Pennsylvania  College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, will he at tho Victoria hotel for  tt couple of weeks and is prepared , to  do all kinds of: dental work. It is his  intention to visit -Revelstoke regularly.  Sir Charles Ross and Robert .Tami"-  son are in Nelson, making the preliminary arrangements for starting work  on an electric plant which is^to be  built  at  Rossland   and will generate  "enough��������� power���������to_-_-run���������every���������Tiiine.-  smelter, lighting plant, street railway,  printing press, or any other kind of  machinery now running or likely to be  , run within oO miles of Rossland.  .-,...; J." D. Sibbald was in town from the  Glengarry on Thursday. He has con-  structed a trail tip to the mine and intends to start in development work tit  once. W. H. White, his partner, and  ilr. Swords, a mining export, who is  to examine the property on behalf of  some Montreal people, who are thinking of taking an interest in it, start for  ' the mine today.  Tlie platform of the freight. sh'*d  presents t-uite an animated appearance.  It has he-en extended to run past the*  Government colli storage, the B. G.  Sugar Refinery, and Messrs. Botirm*  " lints, and I". "McCarty's wan-hou-i*.  L. A. Fret"/, put tin*, liiiiishiug touches  on Bourne's ware-house vesterday. It  i.s a building 22xii0. F. McCarty's, just  adjoining. .JOxliQ, ii already lini.slii.cl  and in use*.  P. L.tmont, of the Canada Drug to  Book Co.. is in town superintending  the; opening up of the company's iv>w  store," which will I tike:'Place in a few  days. Ui'sjielcs drugs they will carry  Iin*-.-of goods in the shape of hooks,  stationery, fancy goods, musical instruments of which hitherto a large  '���������selection litis been unobtainable in the;  district. See their advt. top of local  .column.  Rev. G. A. Procnnier, of Kaslo.���������will  preach an opt'n air sermon to the  Orange lodge* be-twecn the* Methoelist  and ���������'���������Presbyterian churches, at "..JO  '���������"clock tomorrow c-vening. Seating  accommodation will hi* provided and a  union choir will assist in the vocal  portion of the service!. Other churches  will holel no evening service, so that,  weather permit Ling, ������������������veryone* will  have an opportunity of hearing Tle-v.  Mr. 'Procnnier. who is already well artel  popularly known in I'e.ve-kloke*.  Lcitid complaints are*, being niaile:  from the Big Bi-ntl. Since; last, j\|>ril  no mail litis gone in Untie, anil nothing  luus as vet biion heard of tbe cutiti'.'if.f,  which was to lui let last May. P.O.  Inspector Flelche-r litis so far ri-c-eivi'd  no information about it, from ' the department. Words of a'piirliaiiieriiliiry  nature) are totally inadcrjuate to express the indignation ,'intl disgust v.*ith  which Hid criminal elil.-i1.oriiK.-_s of Hid  Postmaster Geiii'i-a! in lhis ami other  matters is filling the people of Koulen-  ay.  There will bono service in St. Peter's  I church on Sunday evening.  j The- latest addition to our exchange  list is tho B. 0. Review, published in  London,. Ktig., and. devoted to the  mining and' commercial, interests.of  the province and Dominion.  Rev. F. A. Foitl. while practising on  his bicycle on Wednesday evening at  the foot,dI' thu hill .sustained injuries  in a fall, which have confined bin to  his bed for tt day or two. He will be  around cm Sunday.  Mr. J. A. 'Mara was in town yesterday. He does not think there is any  show of the construction eif the Lardeau railway being commenced this  year, but. expects to see the .development or the Lardeau mines justify the  building of the road next year.  ���������Tuck Shaw is the chosen exponent  of the time honored role, of King William, al. Monthly's parade. His costume  which is btting'madeat. I I.N. Coursier's  will be eitiite teio> utterly te>o for any  thing. The historic white horse will  be provided from Williamson's ranch.  ID. Syder, onr popular C.P.R. freight  agent, received a sudden notice on  Tuesday evening that he had been ap-  pointetf storekeeper on one of the  Empress Line of steamers running  from Vancouver to Japan.". He left for  Vancouver next day. and will make  his first voyage on Monday on the  Empress of China.  The London to Vancouver Financial  to Development Co. will start work on  tlie Black Boar and Silver Queen, two  claims about two miles from Feiguson  on the GreaL Northern lead, which  they have recently bonded. Contracts  have boon lot for a CO foot crosscut on  the Black Bear, and a 100 foot tunnel  on the Silver Quoou.  * "The Williams," guaranteed to be  the only complete directory of British  Columbia, that will be- published this  year. As soon as issued from the press  it will be delivered throughout the  Kootenay district. Take no other and  see that you get the Williams. R. T.  Williams, publisher, 2S Broad street,  Victoria, B.C.  Mr. Benton, a 'miner, _ who owns  several valuable properties on Quartz  Creek near Salmo in the south country,  is "erecting a comfortable residence! in  freinbof the tennis ground. Mr. Benton's family haves arrived to join him  from Penliold, Alta., where ho has a  farm. 11. B. and J. Cossar and their  brother in law will also build on the  next tincl opposite lots immediately.  Four miners including John Sanderson and .fas. Macfai-ltiiie are working  on the Last chance in the Big Bend.  They are drifting across to strike rim  roelc on the other side and are now  working in very promising wash gravel shewing iil.-u-k sand. An extension  of GO days has been granted by the  to the pin-Lies who are negotiating tlio  deal to aiiiiifg.imato the Last Chance  and Option claims into one.  Tlie Guggenheim Bros., smelter men  of international fame, have made a  Lour of inspection through West  Kootenay and passed through Revelstoke for Lho west, on Sunday .Tho Gug-  geiihoiins own smelters at Pueblo,  Col., and in Mexico, and have large  refining works at Perth Amboy, N. 3.  Mr. J. \i. Hamburger, their export and  western representative, accompanies  them, imt" Otto Meat's, president of  the Silvertou Col. railway.  Messrs. Ross and Mackenzie, the  well known Toronto railway contractors, intend to operate extensively on  the .Itnnlio claim, about 12 miles up  the north fork of the Illecillewaet.  Sixty men tire being brought in from  tin* "east shortly to start" the work,  which will include a wagon roael up to  the claim. There are alreyidy Lwo tunnels on the* vein, one l'SO and the other  110 feet, both showing well mineralized faces. Assays of concentrates  from this property give 3?0 oz. silver  and S5 in gold per ton:  BORN  Makti>"���������At Revelstoke on July Sth,  the wife of Jas. Martin, of a son.  For Sale  A cood Hubbard portable btike oven. Raking  capacity. 10) 210   loaves.    Cash   price, 3i"J.  "*���������*'- particulars apply to .las. Irvine,1.betketr and  ectionar, eCatpary. Alia. 7jlylm  "or pa  confe*.  Hotel License.  NoticeCs hereby eiven tli)*.", 30 "ays from the  dato hereof I intcnel to apply tothc-Stiucrjrtiary  Magistrate for the Rr-velftolte Ui virion of Wat  I"ooten**.y for - permisiion to Hell liquors by  retail at my hotel ot Fersruaon. 31. 0.  3. P. M-Eriv-.-_.nni-.  Ferguson. June 29. liar. jjfl-linn w  Hotel License.  Notice Is hereby (;ivcn that r Intend sixty  cla;.q from the elate he*re-ei.f to make* tir,plli*atii>it  to the yttpenditiry Mat/istritte for the Hnvt-i-  stoke; Division of VVe������t Kootenay. for a lleem"!  to still 'eiqtior by retail at niy hotel at Ferguson, B. C.  (Signe-d)   H. A. TIovkk.  "'ciy'ison. B.C., .hinc 2?lh, IS07.  Hotel Licence.  Notice is hereby given that 30"days after  dato I Intetntl to apply for .alice-nnii teme_-ll liqnor  by retail at the llotel Rcvolstoke, Itevelstoke  station.  June 7,1807.   jflltw II. A. PE11LEY.  Transfer of License.  Notice Ip hereby ^tven that 30 tltiya after date-  wc shall ..poly to the Stipendiary Magistrate  at It'ivelHtokc for a transfer fiom Sanderson .*,*  I.-ay tei lis of the retail lieitior llcenyG now sub-  "tstinif for the Halcyon Hot "prinjes Hotfl at  Ifrtlcyoti Hot Spring?, .Arrowhead Lake, Wont  Kootenay,  Dated at Halcyon Springs. July 3rd, 183".  It. C*. I'ltRTT.  J   jyS-.ltw D. H. Maci'Ukhson-.  <^  ORANGE   CELEBRATION  MONDAY  NEXT  See Programmes--issued this  h  evening.  gt^~  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  The Pioneer Store  of  Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS &C0.,  Genera} Herd-ants.  Dealers in   Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods,  Mining1 Supplies, Etc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Connection.  Our stone is from onn tosis inllu������ from the  Eiclicfit minim.: prcBpeotH'Oii tho ecintiiinnt of  tiii't-k-n.. By piiroliiiniiiK from na it will save-  yott many a weiit-y sten.  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  56--' r���������������Z  Ferguson, B. C���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  Be  Slire and register at the ���������������������������������  Balmoral Hotel  when you reach FERGUSON.  >ii__yi__t_S___���������-i_*=re���������-  tllIlii������Il���������Mlf!  Htjwjlt*^ .   [j*������-**xJ     UX     \__al_____L        ^���������������������������*J    **" -��������� ���������**   *���������       *"^ '  *~"^^" *~"    *������������������      ItEVEtSTOKE '*'"������' "RAH, ~. ���������.  r. B. VEhhS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings', Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B.C. I  *':��������� Vj^  Agent for the Blickensderfer  Typewriter*  The table is provided with tho test lho market  aH'onls.  cummings & Mcdonald,  Proprietors. I")"1  FRED. B. WRONG,  Real Estate and.  Mining Broker, &c,  ��������� FERGUSON, B.C.  The Sandon of .the Trout'Lake District.  Corre.-por-dencc solicited.  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing,  T7)R0SPEGTOR'S  EXCHANGE  Best Meals in the Lardeau.  Stage and Livery in connection.'  T.W. GRAHAME, Proprietor.  Prospectors!  Now  is Your   time to  Make a Strike!  Money,  time and   trouble eaved   by  buying your supplies in sight of tbo  mines at Revelstoke prices.  Tours for business,  -���������:I-r-M-.-G l-T-=RO^--  General Merchant.  Thomson's. Landing, B. C  Sniylm  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice is hereby (riven that we the uneloi-  sittr.eel. doing btisiness as hot'jlkeepcrs in the  jtrrowhe.ad hotel. Arrowhead, have this day  tlijsolved partnership by.mutual consent..  And'tAlce ftirtlier notice* that all iccount11  nwiiiic to the late partnership aro payahlo to  K. .1. Kerr, who will ������l.-o pay all outstanding  accounts against the late firm.  19jtt3t.  R. .1. KBltB.  IJ. AltKNA.  Notice *=-     _,-  Notice lt������ hnre*by privejn that 710 days After  da'o wo'lntontl' to uiiply for a license* to retail  liquor at Thomson's J.ar.tllng, June lSth, 1897.  lDjnltw Hates to Poi'THR.  Notice.  1VOT1CK I������ hereby given that CI) days arteir  1 ~ rt-lt������) I. .r. A I)e;C;..\7.int':nd to apply to tho  Chief Contitiite.'eirmer cf I.atiel.. anel WejrkH for  i)ejfiteI*.*-i.>Ti lo pur'-hnfc lhe following elevecrlljcd  Ir.r.tl, to wit: Situated on the ease side of the  town of Arrowhc.-iel about half a mile, and  beicinning at the ea-������torn Hi'! of the C. P. It.  land", at a p-W. mnrkeel thin.���������.1. A O's s. w.  corner. theMtce .1" chuins alfeng the* lakej whore;  in nn easvrly eUrealon, tlienco SO chains north,  thence It) e;iii_i*i-t wept, then-"); 40 chtehis KoiUh  to the I������oint ���������_-! comiiienctfirienc. Including one  hur.elrcd and siy.ty ncrcB. more.- or leas,  J. A. DeCBW,  I'.evel'tnkf. ,Ttir--j 7th, 1?Ti7. jawjt  Notice.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty tloys after  ditc. we. ".he* nndc-rsigne:.! intend to apply  to the Chief e'.'omoii.I'aIoner of I-tr.dfl and  Works for tiertr.iiisiejn to purchftKO the follow-  int: eUaeribeel property, situated at the rnortith  of Bn'yd Creek In. tributary ..f Kish Creeki In  tho I>ardean Oivlfllor, 'of Kootenay Oistrict,  Starting at a po*tt near whe-rej tie*"* trail. lirosaoH  Iloyd Creek and running e.lxr.7 chains north,  thence pixty chains west, -thence fllxty chains  south, thence fixty e-haln- east to point of  commencement, containing '.'ff) acres more or  less.  f'K.oito 10 St;.MNi;it.  OUAISI-.HS I!|jM���������MU).  D.ilofl .lnno2!. IMI".  Notice.  NC)Tir:ii is heir-bv iciv.ti ilm'. I'fi tl-iyn ti'ler  el.it.., Ilme-n'l tinnpply to iIim Oliief Com-  nil_e.|.)ii^-r e.f T.iinel'-t tiT.el Works for pernil^slon  top.ii''-ha������c It*" aores-.f hini,-:l*i,ile- ire iroot-  ,-tiiiy cli.-.trir.t. iif-tircc.iillii"ne,ei e.f eiiinor cre*el:  wil.li .Soulli Fork of Larelet.-nj river, inoro par-  licr.li.rly rifse.nl>-_il tis rollo".,i". ^',-inirncing  itta pojl maiketl "Itilt.t.l I'r.-et, fs.n. e-nrticr.  A. A. C," on the wost litinV eif tlalieii' Clreejk.  tiritr if-, cni.iiue.,i������|. - u-irii the Hotitn I-'c-k of  !.nr.!f_au lliver. Ihcnco North 10 chain!}, thence!  We-it luclinini, thence Soutl 10 elniins. thenco  i>*.'*t 10 t-h."'r.^ eopolnt of ci.iptTscncPtncnt, con-  t-tlnitig IIV.) acres, moro or I.jps.  A. A. CrjAIlK,  i!Agont for II. U. <i|. Carry.  DtttoU Juno 13tli. 181)7. . ' a.i  DEALERS IN HAY, OATS, BRAN,  SHORTS. FLOUR. GENERAL GROCERIES.  BUTTER, EGGS      \    =SQFT DRINKS BY BARREL��������� QR BQTTLE   .'  Stimulating  and  Strengthening  FOR   SALE   AT  For Medicinal  Use Only.-  - - ##"3;  ABEY'S DRUG. STORE,  REVELSTOKE   STATION.  Mail Orders Attended to Promptly     .-       Prescriptions Dispensed Day or Night  Notice  Notico is hereby nivcn that., sixty days after  dato. we inlcntl to apply to the Chi f. i.'oiuinis-  sioner of Ijtinds anel Weirlto for pennis-iOn to  purchase the following described ltind.Hitiitite.d  in thoIIlevclstoko:division;'.l"oot-"tiay;district,  at I*ivc'Milo croi'k,-about 5 miles from Ourne3  creek, and about 7 mile-s from Macintosh's  homestead:  Commencing at. a post 200 yards on the west  Fide cf the creek, oa. the Columbia river, and  marked ' 1*. H. Peterson and J,, H. White's  S.W. corner post," and iiiiiiiing uorth 10  chains, thfiticoeast 80 chains, thinensouth to  the Colnmbia ' river, 41) chains, thenco up  tho Columbia Tivcr to place of commencement,,  SO chains, containing IKO acres11101c or. letsa. -  P. H. PlCTKltSOX.  J. H. WlIITI!.  May 7,1807. - * 12my~1.1v  W. G. BIRN55Y,  PAINTER  Paper Hanging a Specialty  jteldress: Care~ot UriionllotelrEcvelstokurBr^-  W. A. METTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor  Plans and Estimates Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  .THERE'S MONEY IN IT.  A good chance to make money if  you linvu tt little* nerve.  Uo not stn nd hy nnd see other men  get rich.   Try yourself.  I hnve today listed tliu following  cl-iims nil within ctiby distance of Ferguson :  Stninyside $ 750 00 ciish.  St. Lawrence!   1000 00      '"  Pui-tlmid     200 00     "  Ore-at. Ainericiin k in.    500 (X)      '���������    -  (.'rent Divide No, 1..    100 00      "   -  Tncoinn, 4 in     000 00      "  Clipper.."  750 00  "  Little Kid  2000 00  '���������  Cutiib-ri'l.-iiid -a in 1000 00  "  For horidini; feTins and Xiii'thcr particulars, apply to  FRED. B. WRONG,  lte;al Rstalo nnd Mining .Broker,  Fl'.KOUSON, II. C.  A. J. LAPWORTH,-  (Late: of Bultiwayo, 8011th Africa),  SCENIC ARTIST.  Sign Writer anil Ollder.  * Hoiipc Ptiintcr nnd Becorulor.  Atldrcsi: Second Street, Hovelstoko, B.C.  IRON WORKS  ISl-ACKSniTHIN.Ci and  JOBUINO,  y������LUnuiN(i anti .PIPE-PITTING,  TINSniTHINQ and SHEET IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a  Specialty  Robt. Gordon, -   Revelstoke Sta,  THE I XL STORE  Is the place to buy your Tobacco,  Git-Hi's. Stiitionary.Fi'iiits. Candies,  l"ittent Medicines. l"eviuiiiery Ltc.  As-eiils for the White Swtin Cmiinery  " Buttt'i- and Cheese.  We soil for cash and give our patrons  the benefit, hy selling our goods  at the lowest prices.  Teaming and jobbing done* promptly.  Houses Foil Sai.k.  J. M. McCALLUM, Manager.  J Revelstoke Station.-  R. TAPPING,  Agent Kootenay Lumueb Co.,  Keeps a good stock of building matorial on  hand.  Terms, strici"ry cosh in Iho yard.  Sjylm  Itevelstoke Station.  TRY"  MORGAN'S Shaving Parlor  MORGAN'S' Confectionery  MORGAN'S Fresh Fruits  MORGAN'S Tobaccos  MORGAN'S' Cigars and Pipes  MORGAN'S Bath Rooms  ,*������*__*___������_. Best in Town  Little  LOO is now forming a  Mandolin Orchestra  Any person wishing to Join apply nt onco���������  Petorson's Hull, lcevelstoko.  1'rlvatoXossonn jtlvon���������  Mandolin.  Pianoforte.  Dancing :   Ballroom and Step.  llijulm Terms moderate.  G. E. SHAW,  NOTARY PUBLie,  REAL  ESTATE AGENT.  If  Desirable Residences for Sale or to Lot.  Conveyancing in all its branches.  Firolnsnrdnco.  If You Have a  ^    MINE TO SELL  ���������or wish :i company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish tei  make a borrow, write at once to  JAS, L,. FORD & CO.,  Mine Brokers.   Mining Stocks,  fldl Riverside Ave.,  Stokake,  Wash,  as  o  <  tn  1���������<  X  h  w'  >*  D  m  10  ���������H  I-    J-'  MITCHELL  ������&  CO  INSURANCE AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  .MINING BROKERS,-  -"GALGARY.-ALTA. -  Summer Suits  Some Are Not,  But having just added two moro sartorial  artists to our staff, wo aro in a better"  position than ever 10 supply our old, customers and cater for now business. Our  ���������work is flrat cans, our stook Ib" tho bost"  obtalnable. and on*' prices are away-  down.   What more could bo dosired J  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Spring       ���������  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Walt  Paper. Prices from 10c. 124c  15c up to 50c roll. Mail orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  STOCKHOLM HOUSE  Albert Stone*  Proprietor.  Refitted, Enlarged, Improved Everyway.  Best ~t. a day house in town.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Tho prospector's homo.  Front Street,      REVELSTOKE  4  NO bus.  C. B. flaclean  ARCHITECT .. .  AND DESIGNER.  Estimate!" furnished. Plans and Bpeciflca-  tionB made. Am also prepared to do shop  ' and job work on the shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in every caso. Call or  write for terms.  .fl  >nain Street, Revelstoke,  B^C-

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