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 'F  ?..*Vi'-    ��������� , t, /  i.-'e  'J  -ISSTJ-EID   TWIOE-A-WEEK ��������� *W**E**D3_>r__ES_ID-A.irS    -A-ZtTID  Vol. I.    No. 6L  REVELSTOKE, B. C. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  (~j������3@i  ^gg!g@gggggggg������gc>~2eggfe_  Shopping  by Letter  THE first thing wise people think of  when ordering goods by mail is the >x  capacity for business of those they writo &  lo. Tho reputatirn wo enjoy for prompt-  "i-dor trade  ness makes our Mail Oi  ���������head at a gratifying rate.  de forge  Our Specialties i  <  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  1     Dressmaking  Requests for price* lists and samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ....Calgary....  T. L. HAIG  *.    Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ���������      \ townsite  -     - MINING  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  (T HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR,      -���������     -  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  Omco:   Rooms 1 and 2, Fool Block, Revelstoke, B.C. _  ^RTHUR-G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister, Solicitor, &c.  Notary ^Public.  Offlee up������talre"ln~Smith'B block. Pacific Ave.  - Revelstoke Station. B., C.  GAMBLE &* O'REILLY,  Civil Engineers, Provincial Land  Surveyors",  Accountants andfeneral Agents, *  Kelson and Rossland, West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. GakblicJ   P..M.In8t.C. E.. M. fan.  Boo. C- B..P. L. 8. fa* B. C.elatrt Ro Ident  Engineer Deportment of Public Works in  Canada In B. C.,1 Nelson. B. C.  Francis J   O'Reii.ly, jtssoc. M. Inst, C. R..  P. L 8. for B. C, Rossland, B. C.       jly3tf  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  Regular meetings are he'd in the*  Oddtcllnws' Rail on tho second and  fourth Wednesdays of each month at  ������ 7_:3" p m.^Viaiting brethren cordially-  invited.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  braying and Dclhory Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notice.  Agent for tho Stand ird Oil Company.  T.   ABRIEL,  NAKUSP. B.C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For information on mineral claims on  Cariboo Creek, write at once and get particulars. 28mrtf  j.   r:   HULL  &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. A Co.,  butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  1   Boer, Pork, Etc  KA.MLOOP8  and   REVEL8TOKE.  AU orders In our line promptly filled.  i__  ,' *?#  tt'"  R. H. RAMSEY,  House P������iinter^^~-  and Decorator  SIGN PjUNTING a specialty  .   MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE s>  HUTCHISON & CO.  beg to remind the public that they have just  opened up in their new storo, opposite the  Government Office, with a full line of  GROCERIES, FLOUR AND FEED.  Fresh Fruit anil Vegetables  _. Always oh Hand.  PIPES  TOBACCOS  BOOKS  STATIONERY  Japanese fancy goods  BEST SOFT DRINKS  IN TOrt'N AT  CHAS. J. AMAHS fAST  Revelstoke Station; B. C;  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casing's  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  Bourne  General  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City.  Dealers in   Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  _.0 0 O  -IS THE-  Tiki������ L&tot  TI/^G-^ @M_c  ���������IS 1  \'.������W^@llj,Di7|si_ll&4@[  The best promoter for "Watches againtt  wear ana magnetic influence.  O'ISTXi-X'   _i.oo  _="5Gtr6iire ono at once.  G-*U~3T   BABBEB  O. H. ALLEN  - The Pioneer Brewer  of,Kootenay ._. ... .  THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  We Invite  YOU m  to call and inspect our new  Drue Store in the McCarty  Block.  Complete lines of Pure  Drugs, Chemicals, Patent  Medicines, Toilet Articles,  etc., will be kept constantly  on hand.  Special attention -will be  given to the accurate preparation of Physicians'  Prescriptions and "Family  . Recipes.  Mail orders will receive  prompt and careful attention.  The McDowell-Atkins-  " Watson Co., Ltd.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr. Revelstoke  7jytf Branch.  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that thirtv davs after  elate I intcnel to apply for a liccnse'toscll liemor  hy retail nt my hotel, situate on lot lo, block 3,  Ferguson, B. C.  J. T. SULLIVAN.  July 0,1897. jvlMtw  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that 30 days from the  dato horcof 1 intend to apply to the Stipendiary  j* iRgistrnte for tho Revelstoke Division of West  Kooiensy for ponnlssion to sell liquors by  retail at my hotel at FerguBon, n. c.  J. P. McEdwards.  Ferguson, Juno 29.1S97. jy31ins w  Hotel License.  Notice Is herohy given that I Intend sixty  days from the dnte hereof to make application  to tho Stipendiary Magistrate for the Hovel-  Btokc Division of West Kootenay, for a license  to soil iieiuor by retail at my hotel at Ferguson, IS. C.  . (Signed)   II. A. Hover.  Ferguson, B.C., Juno -Sth. 1S07.  ABOUT OURSELVES  'With this issue the Herald makes  its bow enlarged to it font' page seven  column papci-. This change has been  rendered necessary by the very gratifying pressure on our space by our  adverl.iseis, gratifying in a double  way as pointing to a large increase in  the business of the town in the few  short months, during which the Hkrald has been in existence, as well as  to the fact that our business men both  new and old, realize the value of our  paper as a medium whereby to reach  their customers in Noith Kootenay.  At the same time our subscription list  has been'steadily increasing month by  month and the most cordial testimonials of the value of the Herald to all  classes of the community have been  received from every quarter, from  some, we may add from which they  were hardly expected. AVe thought  when we came here that there was  room for the HeRjVLD in Revelstoke  and our decision has been amply grata  fied. We thought, Itevelstoke had the.  appearance of a place that was bound  to go ahead, and it has certainly inl  filled our anticipations and will with  out a doubt continue to do so. We  believe further, that as Kootenay advances, there will eventually be.no  better location for the publication- of  a large and influential daily paper in  the interior of British Columbia than  at this point. -The evolution of tho  Herald into exactly such a sheet is  the goal of our ambition, to which we  intend to advance along with ��������� the  gradual progress of the * town and  countrv.  NO 492_J PARALLEL ?  .  Mottoes on an'ultimate analysis will  generally yield abouto per cent, soiinel  sentiment and Oo per cent, gush. .The  motto ,"No" ������h -parallel here,"  carried in procession at Rossland last  Monday, is the same as tlie rest, only  more so. It is perfectly true that as  far as the citizens of the United States  engaged in mining or other business  in Kootenay are concerned, there is no  -19 parallel. In common with either  aliens they enjoy the' full benefits* of  tlie"liTimane audTivilizec" policy- tow-  tirds foreigners which Canada, following the traditional example- of the  mother country, has adopted, and in  spite of most exceptional provocation  on the part of her next door neighbor,  still continues to carry out. The dignity anil sober-mindedness ofthe policy of the Dominion in face of the childish freaks of " the greatest nation on  earth," across,her boundary, *s just  one of those gratifying features, which  inspire those who love her with the  conviction that a great and splendid  future awaits her. But there is no sign  so far that her immediate neighbors in  the state of Washington are showing  any sense of gratitude for favors received. That they are for instance ab-  rogating.their own exclusive and Chinese laws in favour of Canadian prospectors and miners. Nothing of the"  kind has even been mooted.  On the other hand, iu the east "the  federal laws against aliens are being  supplemented by state legislation and  municipal regulations. A law came  into force on the first of July in Pennsylvania fining foreigners 3cents a day  for every day they work in tho state.  The City of Niagara Falls threatens to  deprive the Gorge Electric Railway of  its charter unless within 30 days it  dismisses every Canadian in its employ. But the most impudent attempt  to bonus American labor at the direct  expense of our own comes from Washington where it has' been agreed to  admit lumber cut. in New Brunswick  by American citizens free provided it  is cut by American workmen I Affairs  sometimes reach a point, nt which  forbearance ceases to be a virtue. It  arrives, when a nation, whose sumptuary legislation is fast reccdimr into the  barbarism of the iniddlo iiges,"endc*av-  oi-s openly to enforce its antiquated  ideas among 11 friendly people imbued  with the enlightenment, afforded both  by reason and experience*, iu its international relations.  NOTE AND COMMENT  -It seems to the Herald that the  attitude of the fallen women in tiiis  town is one that calls for remark.  They are, to put it mildly, 11 good deal  too much in" evidence. JU is possible  they may be a necessary evil. The  Hkrald does not intend to discuss  the point. At all .events practically  speaking, they ate entirely under the  control of the police, being continually  amenable to the law. and therefore, if  tolerated, capable of being regulated.  This being the case and this place* having now emerged out of the primitive  conditions surrounding the rise of iv  Western lown, the Herald considers  that it would be distinctly to the benefit of the community if these women  were required to keep to the seclusion  of their own places of residence.  Places of public resent should not be  open to their'shameless self advertisement. The number ot families residing  in this place'is increasing every week.  We owe it to our women that they  shall bo able to promenade our streets  without outrage to their feelings. We  owe it to the rising generation of  maidenhood growing up in our midst  that vice shall not. ho allowed to flaunt  itself in the alluring garb of gaiety  and freedom, but shall be presented to  their minds as the-- subject of ignominious discipline and restraint. - This  matter--should bei grappled with at  once. Further toleration will not  make it any easier to handle in future.  THE JUBILEE TWELFTH  HOW OUR ORANGEMEN CELEBRATED THE GLORIOUS  DAY  - A'despntch from 'VictoriiVxjfivps;-the.  white, population* of - the mainland ns  gathered from figures obtained from  the Williams' directory to be 7S,85(),  or double what il was four years ago.  Thei population of the .island is set  down at 3S.500 or less than half. These  figures, if even only 'approximately  correct shew how imperative it is that  the mainland should form some connected plan of action with regard to  the next redistribution of seats. Two-  thirds of the seats in the local house  should belong to us and we ought to  take vigorous measures'to see that, we  get them. Planks nnd platforms are  all_very_well.--~.But-here-is-sometliing  that demands immediate action. Some  kind of central convention of those  opposed to the Turner government  should be called tit once and an agreement 011 this important matter should  be the principal object of the meeting.  How far directories can be taken as  a basis of calculating the population  the Herald is uncertain. The facts  are these. A type-written copy of the  sheets for Itevelstoke and neighboring  points was sent to this oflice recently  for inspection from either tho Williams or Henderson Directory, there  was nothing to shew which. The  Revelstoke list contained only 370  names and it was no difficulty to red  pencil in 50 more without leaving the  office. Names of such well known  residents as C. II. Temple, J. D. Sibbald, P. R. Peterson nnd Fred Fraser  were all omitted. .Assuming then that  it is not at all unlikely that a little  search would reveal at least 30 more  omissions, and doubling the number,  470, in order to take"in the women  and children, a conservative basis" of  calculation, we arrive at a population  of about 1000 for Revelstoke, wliich it  is quite likely is under rather than  over the mark. To this must be added  the uuknown^but considerable quantity, the Chinese population.  The Spokesman-Review, says that  the framers of the amendments to the  B. C. Mining act know no more about  mining than a cat knows about the  force of powder. The allusion to cats  is particularly happy. They know  something about wildcats all right  enough, especially the interesting  variety whose habitat is Spokane.  Some of them have helped to nourish  a little kitten or two themselves. The  province has legislated with n view of  confining these animals, as far as possible, in future to their native heathe.f,  ind means to stay by it. It is it thousand pities we did not have the necessary legislation to keep them out of  Kootenay two years ago.  Processions, Speeches, Sports, Races  and Dancing.���������Splendid Weather and  a Most Enjoyable Day.���������A Full Description of the Various Events of the  Day.  The Revelstoke Orange lodge, assisted by visiting biethren from-Salmon  Arm, celebrated tho great anniversary  of their older in'old fashioned style on  Monday. The proceedings commenced  with 11 parade of the lodge with band  and banners to the station to meet tlie  visitors, whom they escorted back to  the lodge room with due honots. At  10 a. m. the grand parade through the  town took place. Headed by Mr. J.  Shaw, who, in a splendid and accurate  costtyne and mounted on the traditional white horse, made a very satisfactory representative of the great champion of constitutional libeity, the  procession moved through the streets  to the music of the Revelstoke band,  wliich was relieved at intervals by a  small drum and life band belonging to  the Salmon Arm loelge. A splendid  banner procured from Toronto appeared for the-first time in public and  added considerably to the effect of the  procession. Messrs. R, P, Pettipiece  ���������and McMahon acted as marshal' of  the parade. After reaching the Victoria hotel, the procession retraced its  steps" tcf*"th_'base"b"tll grounds, where,  after the appropriate three cheers were  given, the members, dispersed for  dinner.  After dinner the crowd reassembled  at a temporary platform on the base  ball ground, where they" were addressed by Rev. C. A. Procnnier, of Kaslo,  Rfiv. T. Glassford, of_Trail,-, and Rev.  *P."Mtiir,"of the Presbyterian church,  Revelstoke.. "The speeches were very  eloquent and wero'received with great  attention. Rev. C. A. Procunier took  the motto of the society. "Friendship,  Ti nth and Benevolence,*.' for his text,  commenting upon it in a very happy  ���������ind attractive manner. Rev.T. Glass-  lord spoke on the *.*. oi-k of the order  in the* past, and both his speech and  Rev. P. Muii-'s on tho " Gloiiotis Pious  and Immortal Memory," were heard  with profound interest. The procession then restarted for Front Street,  where the  .   __    _ _    jlTHLETIC. sports      . -  were instituted after three ringing  cheers had been given for the Queen  and King William. The events and  winners were as follows :  100 yards open. Chas. Wilson," 1;  R. Mellmoyle, 2.   Time, Usee.  100 yards, amateur. R. M. Smythe  1, C. XV. Smythe 2.  Long jump. Chas. Field. 10ft. 8iin.;  S. F. \V. Gainer, 15ft. Tin.  High jump.   II. Mellmoyle, 4ft. Sin.;  S. F. W. Gainer. 4 ft. 5 in.  ,Q,.iartor mile.    R. Mellmoyle, 1 ;   C.  Wilson, 2.  Putting shot. J. P.Siitlierland, .'lift.  OAin., Alex. McGregor,' :������)ll. 2iin  Hop, step and jump. Chas. Field,  33ft. 10in.,  S. F. W. Gainer, 3311. SJin.  Boys race*, GO yarel-s. AV. Beavo, 1 ;  Ancil Hillier, 2.  Mile race. It. Mellmoyle, 1; Chas.  Field, 2.  TIIK    BICYCLE  RACKS  began at 0:30 p. m. and consisted of  live events:  Quarter mile, heats,2 in 3. H. Scott,  1; Geo. McTavish, 2.  Quarter mile, amateur.   E. Jackson,  1; W.Morris, 2.  , Half mile.   F. Lewis. 1 ; II. Scott, 2.  One mile. Geo. McTavish, 1; H.  Scott, 2.  Half mile, amateur, li. Jackson, 1;  G. Northey, 2.  In the last race G. Northey -suffered  two falls. He was leading easily when  his pedal struck the bank anil on  mounting again his Saddle being  loosened, gave him another spill opposite O. B, Hiiiiie efc Co.'s store.  THE HOUSE  RACES  were not very satisfctctory. In a laudable feeling of anxiety to get np a nice  M. Pettipiece entered, (or at least tiied  tct;) three horses out of his stable. As  there were no other entries the committee decided that the snap was too  soft and called the race off.  The Quarter mile laelics' dash was,  after considerable delay, run. Miss  Turmoss winning on Pcttipiece's Baby  LaiSk, with Mrs. Buchanan seronel on  F. McCarty's Sorrel Teti.-  Aftor the races the e-itnvd adjourned  to the tenipoiai-y platl'oini on the base  ball ground wlieie in .1 beautifully  lighted anil decorated booth of evergreens the iltiiiceis. kept the ball rolling to the music of a cm net, horn and  violin, with an cice-asional selection by  the band till an early hour next morning.  The*'only cloud which marred the  sati.sfjiclii.in of the lodge during this  very successful celebration was the  failure of tho Kamloops loelge to fulfil  their acceptance of the invitation to  be present. Considering that our own  lodge wnni to Kamloops about fifty  strong last year, the discourtesy is  unpardonable. However we got along  very well without them and they missed about as enjoyable a day as this  part of thu world has seen for a long  time.  Today's Quotations in the Metal Market.  New York, July 11.���������Bar silver, G0J:  copper easy, 11.18; lead strong, 3.35.  Robbery and Sacrilege.  On Saturday afternoon Rev. F. A.  Ford discoveted that St. Peter's chutch  had been broken into and tho altar  vessels stolen. The church had been  locked since AVeelncsday evening owing  to the accident whiehr laid the reverend gentleman up on that date. Traces  of burnt matches on the floor shewed  that the robbery had been committed  whilo the church was tlark, and-marks  of hobnailed boots on the woodwork  point to a window on tlie south side as  the* means "idopteel for entrance. AVine  stains on the floor-suggest that the  thieves drank f-he wine in the cruets  before taking Iheir booty out of the  church. Tho plate stolen consisted of  two chalices, two patens and two silver  mounted cruets in an oak ease, all of  which was presented" to the church a  few weeks ago, aud a pocket set of  vessels, belonging to the Rev. F. Yolland, which were once, used by his  father and wei e greatly prized by him,  A set "of .altar vessels"belonging to St,  James, Vancouver, and which were in  Mr. Ford's private room, were for  tunately available for service next  morning.  THE LOST MINE  A Big   Find  with an   Old Time  Yarn  Behind it.  Last Saturday Alex. Douglas, J. H.  Mackenzie and Jack Leslie returned to  town packing a forty pound chunk of  rock whereby hung a talc of a big find,  w*hiclris~sTippc>s_d liey'smntytci^lear" tip"  an old time mystery. . N  Tlie find was made about twelve  miles back from the deserted village cf  Seymour, at the head of the Seymour  Arm of Shuswap Lake. This plate was  of- some importance in the Big Bend  excitement of tho sixties, as ft eight  was conveyed there by steamboats and  thenco over the divide by pack train  to Laporte on the Columbia. Iu those  days theie was a leidgo of great e\teut  diseovcieel near Seymour, fiom which,  il. is stated, that oro was even sent to  San l~r uicisco. Accoiding to cine story one of the* owucis of the claim took  sicli: anel going down to Seymour to  get attendance* tlteil theie. Meanwhile  tlie other pni tiler, le-ft alone at the  claim, is supposed to h tve taken sick  and died too. as he was never heaid of  again, so all knowledge of the location  was lost. AVhether this is ti ne or  whether the owners simply followed  the rest of the Big Benders out of the  country to Cariboo and left their claim  to anybody who wanted it, the Hi:r-  ald does not pretend to say. At all  events the rumor of a lost mine some-  wheie on Seymour Arm of Shuswap  Lake has been persistant in the province for a great number of years and  more than one elfort has been made  to le-locate it. This the prospectois,  whose names are given above,claim to  have done. They have found, according to their repot ts, a most wonderful  suiface shewing of ore. Theie are  three ledges, the middle one ot which  is 30 or 40 feet h'gh and as w iele at the  b.i������e, while it tapcis to .1 broad pavement, along which a man can walk at  the lop. The 010 is iion of two grades  a finer and a co.nser. There weie no  tracings of any pre% ions workings,  but in .1 Hide A-shaped cibin in the  vicinity were found some specimens  of the same kiml of ore and some  deciyedfur. The discovereis located  two claims, which they have named  tin* Lost Cab'ii and the Trapper. A  big chunk of the oie is on view in the  bar of the Victoi i.t hotel.  HEINZE AND MILNE  NO    SUBSIDY     LIKELY   TO   BE  GRANTED  THE   COLUSlBIA*.  WESTERN  '-V  '"     :*  Large   Increase   in   C. P: R'  Receipts;  Due  to   Increased    Business"... in   the'  West.���������The Government -will. Explore'  a   Route  to the   Yukon."���������Services of  ,  H. M. S. Intrepid Recognized... by"'the  United States.���������Sixty 'and fbut.*'l. '  ���������.'���������-:������".���������' - -v v. *-  (Special to the Heraxd.).j-.  Victoria, July 14.���������Dr. Milne "saya"'"  that he refused to stand'by.' Heinze.be-  cause he did nob think"ttiat. he'was';  acting in good faith."   H������f"sii_ys -th'at,-  most of the Dominion- nietnbers are'  in favor of a line through to tlie'coast," ���������   '  so that the general opinion at 'Ottnwit.'  is   that   the  subsidy to the Columbif?,  '. -���������- -   -> , *- - '.  .. 1  Western will not he granted by parlia-'  ment. '  *   '-\,; "* "*_ ' 5'i       _-,,  Ottawa, July 14.���������It is said that all-'-  civil servants over 00 will be retired! -   _" .  AArAsnixGTO'N', July If.��������� Tife"_Unit'ec~;  States is to thank .England*-, feir {the',.,  services of the British worship Intrepid ,.  in helping the United', States,consular,"  agents to protect the lives", ofiAme'ri,--"  cans  during,   the    recent."Honduras,1* -".  rebellion. -     "-.'? "..^K" .���������"-'3"?'���������"-.*' *   '  -   _*--*. <-'*','; .;>" , .->  Loxdok, July 14.���������Prenaier *I_kii'rier'",  has promised a dc*putation .headed by, "'.  the   former  agent,   General ^Beeton"/'-  that the Canadian" govern'ment^would"'  make an appropi iation for exploration  pm poses with a view to' "op"cningtiip\a ,',.  route to the Yukon gold"*fields~in*Cjin--  adian territorv. '   . "��������� "J ''"V-v".-*<��������� .' .  ,,     "'-e "* - -"       .-"^.-l*--.-*"-',      "  Montreal, July -14.���������Sir ^William .  A'tin Home says that the cau'se'fo'f tho -, 'r  large .increase in the rec'elpts^-ofrtne-  O. P. R. this seasoujs due to tlie com-/' ..  panv's increased' l)-usine-^';^niBrit'slj"---"'.J  Columbia and the Northwest/.particu- ,- "  l.arly in Kootenay.*'������������������������^   -   ,* v,-.*-.*     '-*    ' -  NO GROUND FOR'appREHESION'  ."-",  London's Opinion on' the'"Recent * Riots' -'--"  in India. \ ..J. C .'~������.\ "'��������� ''     -  LONDON-, July   13.���������The?'_pini6n,x._oC:"   _:  Anglo-Indians iu town is that .'there'is;   ''  no ground for apprehendirijr a* general/  outbreak or military rebellion' in India"."    .'  No Sepoys have.b'een concerned in' tfie'.". *  riots as reported so far. -.;A������"the-*eairie  time it has been recalled to mind" thati  in 1857 the officers of Sepb"y*regiments"   "  right on the spot were .the'lost', tolie":  conyinceel.thatcLangerVwnsim^tiding.^--  until the mutiny had:actnSl^;gofce'be<������-'  yond control, through their'v:owu"Tfail������'"-  uie to grasp the seriousness'of "the'sit^"-  *  nation. ,_.        -������ *"���������   - .'   "-V ','-��������� ,'.'���������*-- -. ' -  ������������������ "   -     -   -_ f������U?fp-i.'    ... ���������  A heai t rending report has'been" re-  ceived in Paris from Armenian nota*-* ' '  bles and bishops.' Theytisserfc'thatthe'y  persecution still continued in'* the re- -  moter provinces of Armenia', and that-' "  the Tmks have sworn*to slowly^exter-"!,  ininate the A/meniaii race*.*t.Tho"docu-     '  ment conclude? with a'c^y or...desphir i  " Our hope is tlyinglout.-"Got~' help us; '"  May Europe have pity onus."1"-  Ir    '  * >"   1    - l*  Laurier will leave for PaTis"ron the"     "  17th.  ^.9  '"  .; A  Si*'  3~  '.     "W_|  -- -is  - fl������  '���������������������������  tf  , ,*���������?������  ��������� v������  - Hr   "*  r     Xrr  t    .*~r  K  $  THE   HAWAIIAN   SITUATION -  Japan    Reported   to   be   Meditating ' a" *  Descent on the Islands' -      _   -  S*.*-  Frvncisco, July l���������������Kumors'  are life of secret  preparations-by the*  Japanese  government of a descent on  the Hawaiian  islands.   , It is" pointed'  out that there are only two harbors irti  the island worthy of the namWHoho- "  lulu and  Hilo, and that Japan;could  seize these before the United'States" '  could make a move.     There are'l8,00tf  Japanese  men  in  Hawaii   wti6>hdve  *  served   their  term  in  the" army .and  only require   arms   to   be "cOnyerted"  mto an airtiy. ,-v,"t.-  /s  _��������� -   r   A M  AGAINST THET SETTLEMENT- '  The Preferential  Clauses in tte^ TarlfF'  Must be Dropped:  Ottawa, July 14.���������Hon. Mr". Fisher  intends to leave for British * Cdlaujbia-  thc vteek after next. -.?"-   -  .'   --?-. -  It is believed  that Mgr! DeLVal'sV  report to the Pope on the schooI*~qu6s-'  tion w ill be against the Laurierseule"-*.  ment. -,       '-'" ~   *_  It  is  said   that  members'; ofV the*  government    have  received   a  cable7  from Laurier  to' the   effect that She'll  preferential clauses in the'ta'riflf-wilf ,  have to be abandonee*.-    . ?>Tf,-*__ 7',^    *'  C~'������.W-*  -**r^^  -^   \      --_���������  X j-T - -  -    -e���������* *- __*  ���������Of f*\i?   *���������"".  -<������������������'.'  7 *<--_-  "V1-  ���������* - --- , j,j  ~-'--T*AS5*--'*,'i-"i." ..L-.-������.  ��������� j j. ^.-.3 j:^ -���������- **-$f  Revelstoke   Herald /  JOHNSON & PETTiriKCl"  Proprlotors and Publishers  A Scml-Weokly Journal, published In tho  mcrebta of Rcelatoko and lho uurroundlng  district, Wednesdays and Saturda) B, making  closest connectiotif) with all trains.  AdvertlalnK Itateu : Display ado, ~1."0 por  col it mn Inch. ?2.U0 per Inch wlion Inserted on ti Uo  mbo, Lentil adit., 12c pe-r (nonpareil) lino for  ilriit Insertion; Sc for each additlonnl inuorllon.  Heading notice?, 1.1c por lino each lssuo. Birth,  Marriage and Detail notices, froo.  Subscription Kales: By mail or carrier. ~2.00  per annum; "1,2* for &1>* months, strictly in  dvdncc.  Onr Job Department." Till! IUlUf.1) Job  Department it) ono of tho beat equipped  printing oSccs In West Kootenay, nnd [4 prepared to execute nil kinds ot printing in llrst  cla's "lylc til honest prlcos. Ono prico to all.  No job too Inrgo���������none too small���������for us. Mail  oidors promptly attended to. Glvo us a trial  on your next order. .  To Correspondents: wo invite correspondence on any subject of interest to tho general  public, and tleulro a reliable regular correspondent In every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all coses tho bona lido namo  of the wrltor must accompany manuscript, but  not necc-iSarHy for publlcatiot  Atldres3 all communication^  REVELSTOKE HEs  Revelstoke, 8. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS*  1. jUI     orrsspoad enea   mu3t   ho legibly  rltten on one eide of tho papor only.  !. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with tho p-.opcrnamo  f the writer. ....  3. t'."oi'."cspondoncc with roforonco to any  thiol, that has appeared In another paper  must first ho offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear fn The Herald.  WEDNESDAY,      JULY   14,  07.  WHERE DID HE GET IT I  Mr. Tarte assured tho peoplo of  Montreal a year ago tbat he was  "no boodler," because������he "had not  2o cents to his name." A few days  ago he offered $25,000 cash[ffor a  houso in Montreal. Not only this,  but he proposed to spend $1O,0G0  more in improving it. In view of  the mysterious stories nlloat iu  connection with recent railway  deals it is only fair to himself and  tho country that Mr. Tarte should  explain how he acquired, his sudden wealth.  The stories told in Eastern  papers concerning: tho Gulician  immigrants who passed over the C.  P. R. last week en route to Manitoba aud the North AVest, must  cause serious doubt**. ;;s to the wisdom of the latest immigration  policy. The men aud women wore  linen suit", the men's "knickers"  coming scarcely to their knees.  The legs were baro and shoeless.  All wore a sorb of loose lin~n jacket  thrown over their - shoulders.  These are the materials out of  which a Canadian nationality is  to be uiadej while the sons of Canadian farmers are even now leaving tiieir native land for- tho United States when their country  needs them at home. Canada was  never intended to be made a  dumping ground for the useless  surplus population of Eastern  Europe, and there must bo something radically wrong in the policy  which fails to attract the right  kind of settlers.  -i*=���������Liberal-members-are-soruetimes-  candid at long range. Mr. Oliver,  M. P., who give3 the Government  at Ottawa just that kind of , support the Government wants, writes  to Iik own paper, the Edmonton  Bulletin, thac the Drummond  County cieal "looks very much as  if the Government wished to use  it to stand in with the GrandTrunk  as they are using the Crows Nest  Pass deal to stand iu with the Canadian Pacific." Mr. Oliver believes  in Government ownership of rail-  waysthis party leaders favour railway ownership of Governments.���������  Montreal Gazette. What will Mr.  Oliver do about it?  Tbe U. S. Senate has put the  following duties on cattle: Less  than a year old, $2 a head; on all  other cattle, if valued at not more  thau$ll, 83.50 a head: valued at  more than $14 and not more than  S'25, ___._> per cent, ad valorem; valued  at more than $25, SO per.cent. The  duty on hides is placed at 20 per  cent, ad valorem.  People who say tho bottom has  dropped out of the Kootenay boom  don't know what they're talking  about. The real mining boom has  hardly commenced. Three or four  years hence will see British Columbia a second South Africa���������anel  better. -.-  Hot weather still prevails in the  the east. Xew York thermometers  registered 102 degrees while humidity  was recorded at .'.JI per cent.. Deaths  are occurring hourly in Cincinnati, ������jj  deaths being reported in the last four  days-.  The Right Rev. John Grisdale.  BislK-p of Qu'Appelle, Can.-ida, was on  Satnroay night initiated t-n Oddfellow  at Bolton, his native town, and it is  F.-vrl this- is the lirst time a Bishop has  been been made a member of the order  ���������at any rate of the Manchester Unity.  B'.sbop Unsdalej began lite as an  errand boy iu a Bolton lirus-hmaker s  shop, and eventually married his em-  plover's daughter.���������Canaditin Gazette,  C  B  H  COMPANY  M  ft  Agent3:  BAM LAL'S TBd  Wholesale  Retail  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and miners should not leave for the hills without having a look at this stock. We  carry full lines of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Goodyear's Kip Boots, Prospectors Shoes (a  special line), IT. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths'Anvils aud Bellows, Giant Powder 40, 60 and 75 per cant, Fuses  and Detonators.  The Building Boom  Wo havo mado arrangements to meet tho demands which tho rapid increase of orders in tho building  trade has caused this season. Onr lines of Builders' Hardware ate 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, Boildcd and Eaw_ Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a large assortment,)  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes.'  1  M  /  h  ivi  K  J  t.  i  ���������A  *"sj  iy-  h  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Something else you all want to hear about, which is  Carpets  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke, Trout Lake City and Ferguson  FOREIGN  COLONIAL     PREMIERS      GIVEN  ANOTHER BANQUET  RIOTERS IN INDIA  SUBDUED  Sir Wilfred Says Canada will Insist on  Imperial Representation���������The Colonial Secretary and Premiers Disagree on Favoured Nations Clause.  London, July S.���������This evening the  Fishmonger's Company gave a banquet to tho Colonial Premiers. Sky Wilfred Laurier saiel in the course of an  effective speech, that he cordially disliked the word colony because it seemed to imply a superiority on the part  of the inhabitants of the homo country. He had no ��������� doubt but that the  time was coming when the word colony would be exchanged for another  word. Continuing lie said, he wished  ho could convey thos surplus ponula-  tion of the congealed districts in i"ng-  latid to Cauada, where there was  ample room aud abundant resources to  employ them, lu this connection lie  referred to the new railway over the  Rocky Mountains to British Columbia.  EMBARKED  Cairo, July S,���������General Sir Herbert  Kitchener,who commanded the Anglo-  Egyptian expedition for the re-con-  iiupsb of Dongola, embarked for the  front to day.  .  RIOTERS   DISPERSED  Calcutta, July S.���������The dispatch  _oiL'_troops.^ yesterday to intercept the stt"ikiri~g_iiiill~handsJ-i_ip-'thi-'--  Hoogloy, who were said to be  preparing to march on this city S.C00  strong to re-inforre the rioters here,  hael excellent effects. The millhands  and rioters were dispersed and all is  now quiet.  London', July 9.���������Last evening at  Hotel Cecil, the Cordwainers (Jo. gave  a banquet to the Colonial Premiers  and their wives. Right lion, Joseph  Chamberlain, in toasting thii-"British  Empire" said the Jubilee displays of  tbe army and navy were a guarantee  to the colonies, that Great Britain  would spend her all in their defence,  lie added "We hone soon to witness  the federation of Australasia which of  necessity must bo followed by federation of South African colonic*-', which  in turn woultl lead to federation of the  British Empire."  Sir Wilfred Laurier. in tlie course of  his reply said "One thing is certain,  the Colonies should either draw more  closely together in the empire: or  should separate. The choice does not  ile altogether in the mouth eif the people of the mother land. When Canada has her strength, nothing else  will satisfy her but imperial representation."  Premier Laurier goes to Paris on  July 17th. Later he* will visit Switzerland and will then return to England  to spend a few days cin London, and  will sail for home on August 10th on  the steamer Labrador.  A delegation of Colonial Premiers,  among the-rn being the Bight Hon. Sir  Wilfred Laurier, visited lion. Jos.  Chamberlain, Secretary of State;, for  the Colonies yesterelay. Among the  matters discussed was the scheme of  the Imperial Navy defence. Premier  Laurier took a very strong stand  against the treaties with the favouie-d  nation clause, and said there must eb  a change so as not to affect the trade  of the colonies. In this contention  Sir Wilfred was supported by all the  premiers. Chamberlain elid not see  his way to interfering witli the existing treaties, as Great BritainlVatl trailing advantages with the German sovereign she could not forego. There  does not appear to be any chance of  either the Colonial Secretary or the  Premiers modifying their views on  this question iind a deadlock is probable.  Mr. McQueen, of Calgary, re_presont-  ing the Golden and Fort Steele Development Company, was in town on the  1st of July. Tiiecompany will shortly  put the* townsite of Perry on the; market. Perry is about twenty miles  south of Fort Steele.���������Medicine Hat  News,  THE  SULTAIN  FRANCE     AND      RUSSIA      ARE  TAKING ACTION  M. Hannotaux Faench- Minister of  Foreign Affairs Says Matters are  Serious���������Turkey Must Give In.  Paris, July 9.���������It is reported here  that Haiiotaiix, minister of foreign  au'aits.infoniied the Cabinet this afternoon that matters in the east are  most serious.  It is also reported.that the minister  of marine telegrahed to the admiral  commanding the Mediterranean fleet,  instructing lum to mobilize his forces  with ti view of making a naval demonstration in the Bospherus.  Vienna, July 9.��������� Semi-official  Freindcnblatt today warns Turkey  that the harmony of the Powers is  not impaired and that the policy-of  the Turkish Government is doomed,  if it counts upon a dissa^reement.  Freindcnblatt aelds: "Russia and  France like other powers are agreed  that negotiations must bo brought to a  close; the Porte will become convinced that its attempt to deduce extrejiie  consequences from Turkish victories  are in vain, and must fall before the  firm will of Europe.  ROSSLAND ROUSED  Many of the Best Properties and Prospects Are Reported to have been  Jumped���������Other Happenings.  ^���������Rossland.JB_-C.-July 2.���������Great .ex-.  citement prevails in* camp tonight'  among mining brokers and tne officers  ot' the various companies. During the  recent session o������ the provincial legislature a bill was passed exacting a fee  of S1C0 from all mining companies  capitalized at $103,0-.". It seems most  of them failed to neglected the money  on or before July I, as required, anel in  consequence held no title to their  properties.  The report tonight is that many of  the best properties and ptospects  have been "jumped." and in consequence there is a-deep fouling of unrest in Rossland.  From a reliahlc source it is said that  the same thing has happened at Grand  Forks and Greenwood.  It is stated that such immense properties as the Volt-anic, Seattle* anel others have been re-staked by interested  parties.  Grand Forks, B. C. July 2.���������There  is intense excitement over the* recent  jumping of the Volcanic property and  the Coin claim near this city. Knots  of people can be seen today at every  street corner considering the ad visa-  ability nf holding a mass meeting tomorrow evening nnd forming a vig-  lance commitee for the purpose of  dealing in a summary with the  jumpers. Edward Tinsworth, who is  said to be one of the jumpers, has left  town and rumour' has it that he  showed srood judgement in doing so.  From indications tomsrht there will be  a vigilance commitee formed here tomorrow night, when some violence is  likely to be done if the jumpers do not  take'imniediatc (light.  WINNIPEG BEATS JESUS  The Latter Had Three Lengths of a  Start, But the Winnipeggers Won  by Half a Length.���������It Was a Trial  Heat.  TIi'NIjKV, July 7.���������The Winnipeg  and Jesus crews rowed over the full  course to-day in a trial heat. The  latter had three lengths start, but the-  Winnipeggers won by half a length in  7 minutes anel ;~1 seconds. Both crowt-  were nearly rowed out.  Lconder's best time was 7 minutes.  10 seconds.  Rmlyartl Kipling was recently asked  if he- had any consoling mcssitgc for  h's Canadian critics on the subject or  hie poem. "Give Canada my love,"  was his laughing reply, 'and tell her  I won't do it again."  U. S.   TARIFF   BILL   PASSED BY  A VOTE OF 38 TO 28  THEY WANT NO MORE OF IT  The House Crowded With Excited  Spectators to Hear the Final Decision Given.���������It is Settled at Last.  Washington. July S.���������By a decisive  vote of !"S to ?S the Tariff Bill passed  the Senate shortly alter five o'clock  to-day. The culmination of a long and  arduous struggle-, excited the keenest  interest, and tlie galleries anil floors of  the Senate chamber were crowded by  those anxious to witness tho closing  scenes. Speaker Reed and chairman  Dingley and many members of the  House wore in the arena, while eyery  ac(it in tho naileries, save those reserved for foreign representatives, was  occupied. The main interest was  centered on the final vote, and aside  from this there was little of a dramatic  character in the debate.  THE POLITICIANS  AGNEW REPORTED ELECTED IN  PRINCE ALBERT  The Returns for M. L. A. Not All In,  But as Far as Known He is Ahead  ���������Disastrous Cyclone in Minnesota.  ���������AVest���������Prisce���������AfcHEiiT--_'nly���������3.���������  The polling for the bye-election for a  member of the Territorial Assembly  took place yesterday. The results so far  as returns are received, show Agnew  to be ahead. He has polled 1"5 votes,  McKay, 11'; Miller, CI. Agnew is in  all probability elected.  fourteen cyclone victims.  Dci.ctii, July 9.���������Fourteenopeople  were killed by a cyclone anel cloudburst  in this section of "Minnesota on -Tuesday and Wednesday last. The storm  was general throughout this State and  it is impossible to estimate theamounl  of damage elone. The cyclone, of  whieh the centre was near Glenwcod,  was the worst that has ever struck  this Suite.  The Uegiti.t man named J'asler, who  i.-; supprsed to have l_c.cn murdered in  Kootenay, writes his friends that he is  all right.  Wholesale dealeis in  Spirits  igars.  Agents for K. W. ICani Co.'s Pianos, and tho Goold Bicyclos Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  IMPERIAL MM  F  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital     -   S1.963.6flG  Reserve    -   - -_-    1,156,800  Directors  -  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt,Vico Pros., (St. Catharines)  AVilliam Ramsay, Roboit Jaifray,   *  Iluph Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D, R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branches  North AVest and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary-���������  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Veir.couvei  Wmnipeg���������  Revelstoke  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  VIKTHODIHT CHURCH ��������� Uovolatokn.  j.������i. [Touching ecn _csh ftt 11 n.m. tinel li 1  p.m. ("!ac8 meeting at tho clmto of tlio  morn'tij? pervicc. t-abbath School nnd Blblo  "liua >u 2:30 p.m. Weekly prnyer meeting  every WednPHiriy cvosintf at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public are conl-.ai'.j- invited.   .So^ti free.   -__ );r:v. j. a. worn., i-a-tor.  Church: vf knoi.axd ��������� n������vni-toicc  Service: Diily, evening prayer 5, p.m.  except nn KrleUyj when it in at 7 p. m.  with fddro-s. i-iundaya: Holy C'ommnnton  ~ a.m., mcrilt.-s; prayer II. evening preye-r 7:30  First Simdiy in month Holy Communion at  morning aervicef. ., "       Fit.' Jf K A. FORD  Vicar.  pEKSirXTBItl A W CM UF.CH-1' jyclatojte'.  ���������*��������� Service every Sunday at II a-m. and IM  p.m. Utb'c Clio." at 2M p.m.. to which  e.11 are welcome. I'raycr ucctlni? at H p.m,  every Wednesday. j  REV. P. D. MUIIi. "Postor.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ��������� Revel-  ptoke.    Miiffi  fourth   Btin.l-iy In  month  it 10-30 a.m.  I'.EV. FATHER I'EYTAVIN.  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies���������-a  HAY. timothy anil prairie- OATH,  CHOI'. HRAN, MHORTS. .-"I OUR.  POTATOK-e, KOUH. IIUTTEB.  riSII. HAMS, liACON, Htc.,  FR3H I^ELLY BROTHERS  RccoBtrcot SANDON  Albert Sione  Propp.  4~ Rcll������te*il. Knlnxfto ~. Improved every way  "1 Kent ?t co a dny liouec i.i town,  /{r't.oice V/incn. t.i'tuorsanel Ciir>'i*9.  'ATlie prospector'.) homo.     Mo Bus.  Front st.    REVELSTOKE  Prince Albert  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls - St. Thomaa  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie AVoodstock  St, Catharines  Agents   m   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,_,Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be depositecl  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.'  Agents in the United States���������Now  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  anel other debentures purchased.  Drafts anel Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A. R. B. HEARN,  ���������      Manager Revelstoko Branch.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  Frst-elass in every respect.    Good accommodation.   Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  W. d. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The  largest hotel  in town.       Centrally-  losated  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars     ;^-  .Best    accommodation. Kates    $1   -��������� per  day.  St.   Leon   Hot   Springs,   on  Upper   Arrow Lalie,  run in connexion.        :i  Brown & Clarke, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  When at ..  olden, b. ci  The gateway to the great  East^ootenay  -1  gold fields  THE Kootenay House  assures you every, comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for commercial and  mining men,. Free-sample rooms.  Fort Stoelo SttiRO loiwos Kootenay  Houso   every  Tuesday.'  Strictly First Class        S.ADLER, Propr.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders (Promptly Attended To.  r-22-tt  Any cne Requiring  WOOD  " Can buy it  Cheaper fr,om  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  Dt*ayincj  ("Specialty  IieJtti Prices  From Brantford,  the Home of Good Manufacturers.  TJiE OJtLY OpjlDIJliN BICYCLE  That received an award at the "World's Columbian  Exposition for points of general excellence was tliu  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  '03, and four out of five of the' professional championships for '0(5 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.  TAB' GOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantfopd  ������ L  Thcst' Famous Wheels are sold by the Cowan-Holten-Doions Co.  Its Al! in the Kootenay Guide ta^^^SS^fTTf^aai^^d
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V
HER ATTRACTION.
The  belle- of   till  ber set is she,       i-' '
Tlio men  till crowd about her; ���
'Tis known she litis no fitmlly. .;
l-'or that lit-r rivals iitiiint her.
The men know be who wins ber litis
In store tl Itteley fitti*. for
No niotlier-lii-luw  he'll have; f>ha wus
itulscd In  1111 incubator.
A PALPABLE OBJECTION.
Why tho Now Arrival ltufuejcil to Double
With l.uv Other Quunt.
It wus ti drummer und lie hud Just nr-
rivetl ut the best hotel In a New Jersey
town.
If a drummer over arrives ut any other than the best hotel iu iruouutry town
he i'i not to the uiautie-r burn.
"This is the lirst time I've over been
in the town," ho said in tliu l'rotdi nnil
breezy maimer of the cheery traveler
that makes you feel tis If soinetnxly Intel
lei I the door open, "uud I wutit to have
a good impression nitide on me bo I'll
come buck again. Nothing like first impressions, you know, my t>oy, to make
a town stay up iu Uie* front end of the-
procession, und tlie hotel is tho place
where the impression business starts.
Good hotel, good impression; liooel impression, good for uuollicr visit."
The clerk looked really hurt.
"I'm awful sorry,"' be said, "but 1
can't do as well for you to-niflit as 1
would like to. You see, -we nn: crowded
with a convention iu town of a district
teachers' association, and you'll have to
go in a room with a man who is the
only one in the house who hasn't been
doubled  vet."
"Well, I won't havo it," said tho
drummer peremptorily.
"He's a very uico party, I assure you,"
exclaimed the cleric.
"Not nice enough for me to double
Willi."
"What would you say to a mattress on
the* floor V
"In the ball 7"
"Oh, no ; better thau that. In the
room with that party."
"That's.ns bad ns doubling."
"What elo you say to taking my bed
nnd letting tue have the uiutress ou tlie
tloor r
"I don't know you."
This ninde the cleric hot.
"Nor I don't know you, sir," lie said
with indignant protest.
"Here's my card," lunched tbe drummer, good-naturedly. "That's till right,"
hi* .went on. '"It isn't you; or it isn't
anyone else, excepting myself. I've pot
a. prejudice about getting into anybody's
power. I used to didn't have, until I'd
just ns soon sleep in ti stall with a
horse as not if it was going to accommodate the landlord unil give him ti chance
to pick up a dollar or two on the side.
But I did it once too often, uud now 1
don't want anything between me anil
the four walls of my room. \"ou see it
was this way :" ""
The clerk submitted helplessly.
"About six years ago," continued the
drummer, "I was down here iu Yirgiuia
where tho editors eat coons uud corei-
wood for Thanksgiving dinner, and one
uiglit I stopped at u hotel in Culpei>er, I
believe the name of the town was. bome-
thing was on in town, and the place was
full, tho only lied that hud room enough
hi it for me being occupied by an editor.
I never turned a word, though, but went
off to bed like a good child, aud in about
eigbteen minutes I was sounder nslecp
tbnii n_eleacon on a warm Sunday.
"What happened iu the interim I do
not know, being the kind of a sleeper
that attends strictly to business, but
along iu the night some time I was
awakened by a light in the room, nnd
before knowing just what it was 1 was
entirely awakened by a voice which kept
- repenting. 'I owe tho devil ~2. I owe
' tbe devil $2." That sounded like a crazy
mmum tho room, and I was wide awake
pretty soon, and wtis correspondingly
wary, for I did not know what was going to happen next. As far ns I could
learn -by eyesight my editorial room-
��n:ite wlis standing by a table with a
lamp burning on it, nnel he was bent low
on a piece of paper on whicli be was
writing. At the same time lie kept
swaviiig back and forth ami crooning
to liinixeli :* "I owe tbe devil ��2.,_, I owe
the devil ?2.'
"Presently, when I had stood it as
long ns I could, I coughed slightly uud
essayed speech with my friend.
���' 'Say,' said I, 'if you don't owe tho
devil more than that you are in great
luck. I'm not nearly as bad as 1 might
hv, but I'll lie hanged if I don't consider
my indebtedness to-the old serpent a
good deal more than ~"2.' Then I thought
���rd"]atigh"-th-e"mairout_of hls~foolishiiess7
hut I hadn't more��-thiin given one lui It-
sized smile till be grabbed a loose revolver there wns on the table und turned
it full on me.
'"Aha!" he shouted until I could feel
the goosoflesh raising all over me so 1
could scratch a match on myself. 'Aha,
it's you, is it ? It is delincjueut subscribers like you that" never pay their
���hills that piitko It so hard on us poor,
long-sdHeriiig editors. It's you that
never see the X murk on tho wrapper
and give no heed to our appeals. It's
you that take the paper out of the post-
office all the time and when we ask for
nay for it the postunihter sends it baclc
innrVed. T.efusod' or 'Moved nway.   It a
The Great
Lardeau Townsite
is the richest mining* district in British Columbia
is right in the heart of
Lardeau's richest mines
Promising Ferguson Claims
Cascade Group Pool Group
Galena'Prince Gr'p  Silver Chief, Group
Great Ilorne Group Big Fivo Group
Wagner .Group
American Group
Black Eagle Group
Pilot Knob Group
Highland Group
Abbott Groupi
Glengarry Group
Blackburn Group
Holy Moses Group
Ped Plume Group
Each group contains from3 to 18 claims.
TROUT
PLAN
- op i>.\a.r'ot'	
lake: MINING
f SO  Wii-0 Sl<SAr*
���   IX AfiSfUCAN Kit    ,
- C�� S ��* C ull fy/isorer
"   J*     It��X>    CeW-T A" ~-
������   J.p   f34f,CK  CACt.2
Ferguson Working Mines
Broadview Badshot
Old Sonoma
|Gi eat Northern
| Hillside
Sunshine
Black Prince
Silver Queen'
True Fissure*
Towser _
Silver Cup
All within a radius of 1 to 6 miles
, V'.*"
Ferguson is the Terminus
of
tho    projected   Lardeau   Railway���to   be   built  this   summer.
At the present ground floor price the best real estate iu vestment ou
the liiariiet is FERGUSON lots.    '
O. E. SHAW
GENERAL AGENT
REVELSTOKE
A Corner Lot at $160
con'- bo '
for  $10
secured
down y'
An Inside Lot at $110 ^j&miSS*
THE BRITISH GOLDEN AGE
New York Tribune :    "
reign in British  history
MOVING  THE SHOPS
you tbat never eees our blogan ut tljo tgp
of the editorial column ! "?'-* per yea r
in advance/' It's you that plunge us
into tho vortex" of ruin and prevent us
from tilling a long-felt want. Aha, now
'is tlio time to die.'
"That's the way he carried on," continued the drummer, nlmott losing his
breath in his excited recollection, "nnel
then began slipping over to mo as if he
wtis gloating over the fun bo would have*
when he had filled ii"<* full of holes and
began blowing tunes through me. If I
wasn't scared to death it wns liecause I
was born immortal, and I didn't do a
thing but just lie still there in nn utter
paralysis and him coming nearer every
minute.
" 'But, no,' he hissed, when he ��ot up
till I could have stuck my head >n the
mouth of that pistol and had room for
n four-inch washer, 'but no, you shall
disgorge your ill-gotten gains before you
depart this Ufp, mourucd by a large circle of loving friends. Give me "2 for
your last year's subscription \ Two dollars, do you hear ? I owe ~2 to the devil.
I can stand the printers off for nnother
Bix months, for they are my sisters-in-
kaw. But the devil. Aha, he is different.     Two dollars or your life'
"Well, to make a long story longer, I
just" had to got up and give the crazy
Ike $2 of my hard-earned money, not to
mention the wear and tear on my ner-
rotis system and the* uncertainty of my
future state, und when it wus all over
���ind I fell back on my pillow and l)e*-
iran saving wy last few words on earth,
I'm eliinged if the clinp didn't give* a
"duel of tl nervous start unil li gasp uutl
wake np standing right there before uie
with the gun hi his hanils.
"'Where nm I nt ~ he miiiuliletl, as
lie" tumbled over on the hod, ami if ever
I did wnnt to kill n mini m bclf-ilefe'iiet.'
Jt was right then und there'. Tlie> it*.
I-ipse wns worse Uian if he had begun "�����
shoot, nnd I fninte'd. unil hi* bad to go
for the doctor to get me restored to myself.
"Vow" concluded tlie* drummer, "wbo
in thunder do I l*"""' w,1l ���!*' linviiig
jiiidilmiiri' on my Itttnel-V 1 el.m t. tin,I
��,.ii lie-l I rle-t-ii nil ���" )i�� bttle loiii'soim*
or tit up sill night in lbi> bar-roum tuitl
oiiimiiuiii* wjlh tlii'.Hpliils Hint haunt tho
V Tlie'- e-l'i-i k *-lt*|it on the billiard table.���
fiew York Sun.
Ihe lougest
is also tho
uiolet glorious. Others have been
more sensational. Not one has seen
so gioat progress made ,in the expansion of the empire, in political development, and in the industrial, social,
intellectual aud spiritual advancement
of-the people. The statement is a
sweeping one, but it is warranted by
the record. Space is given elsewhere
in to-day's Tribune to reviews of some
of the salient features of British history for the last sixty years, especially
to territorial growth, political evolution and the march ot science. ' These
"ar"e~iiecessarily--l)i'iof-and-buggestive
rather than exhaustive, but perusal of
them is sufficient to bring conviction
that the Victoria reign has been preeminently the golden age of British
history. An empire on which literally
the sun never sets, and which contains
one-fifth of the population and
one-lil'Lh of .the "land-area of the
world, a fact unprecedented and unapproachable. The progress of a grea t
people, calm and conservative, from a
scarcely constitutional monarchy to
advanced republicanism in less than
two generations .without a revolution
or any sudden upheaval, but with the
.smoothness and continuity of tho procession of tho equinoxes is one of the
most impressive spectacles in human
annals.' A nation warlike on occasion
nnd aggressive at all limes, the world's
past master in manufacturing and shop
keeping, in commerce and finance, yet
above these material things attaining
the foremost rank in science nnd literature nnd a creditable standing in tho
ilnc arts and all social culture, is a
combination of the useful and the
beautiful approximating to the highest known attainments of human
genius. , .
There is indeed not one benencient
sphere of human action in wliich its
record is not nobly made. It has been
an era worthy of -tho great Anglo-
Saxon race at its best estate, and
worthy of commanding prominence in
the now closing cycle, which succeeding generations the woild over, 'far on
in the summers that we thall not see.
will mark m glowing annals tis the
best in all these sixty centuries ol recorded time."
Become the
For   the C.
Golden and Calgary   Will
Central   Headquarters
' P. R. Workshops.
While at Golden, B. C, last week,
General Manaccr Whyte, of the C. P.
B., was interviewed, and stated that
it had been found necessary for the
better working of lhe Rocky "Mountain
section between Golden and Laggan
to make Golden the divisional point,
and to establish workshops there.
Consequently tho workshops will have
to be removed from Donald.parb going
to Kevelstoke and the remainder to
Golden.���The-workshops���to~be-estah--
lishedat Golden will be fullj^ equipped
to deal with the mountain traffic
and will be supplied with a
for repairing anel fitting ���> the
Mogul and Consolidated engines. Car
repairing shops will also be built.
Golden is alto the most convenient
point fo.i making up trains, and extensive tracks will be laid down for
this purpose. It is also understood
that the C.P.R. shops at Canmoie
will bu moved east to Calgary.
VICTORIA'S PREMIERS
of
The premiers during the reign
Queen Victoria, are as follows;
At Coronation���Viscount Melbourne
September, ISil, Sir Robert Peel.
Julv, 1S10, Lord John Russell.
Pel'iruary, 1S32, Earl of Derby.
December, 1852, Earl of Aberdeen.
February, ISoo, Lord Palmerston.
June, 1850, Lord Palmerston.
November, 1365, Earl Russell.
July, 1800, Earl of Dei by.
-February, 1&5S, Earl of Derby.
February, 180S. Benjamin Disraeli.
December, 1S0S, W. E. Gladstone.
February, 1874, Earl Beaconsfield.
April. 1880. W. E. Gladstone.
June, 18S5, Marquis of Salisbury.
February, 1S80, \V. E. Gladstone.
August. 1883, Marquis of Salisbury.
July. 1802,W.   E. Gladstone.
March. 189L Lord Rosebery.
June, 1895, Marquis of Salisbury.
A   DOCTOR'S   ADVERTISEMENT
The boasted ethics of the medical
profession which preluded the possibility of even dreaming of advertising
must be fast crumbling, as the following well proves: "Born Saturday
morning Feb 18tb, lSi',1, to Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Thorpe, a daughter. Dr. J. B.
Ashgnrd was in attendance and
mother and child are doing well.
"The Doctor wishes to state, for the
benefit of the uninformed public that
his chargesforensesof the above named
character aro $10 where there no complications. Visits, within the town of
Sherwood $2. Visits outside the town
of Sherwood $2 with the customary
fee for milage."   ~~  ",���-��� =s-^.^,_._
Ottawa Citizen: The Winnipeg Tribune thinks Mr. Greenway should be
knighted. So he should if the grade is
to be brought into contempt, Greenway is a rough, raw, and uncouth
westerner; a politician of the lowest
type, without distinction, refinement,
or intellectual gifts of any kind. Ills
success has been gained by the baser
acts of eleniagogism and worse. Let
him enjoy_ it such as it is, without
making him nnd knighthood ridiculous.
C. S. JVIaelean
ARCHITECT
and DESIGNER
Estimates furnlshod. Plans and specifications mode. Am also propircd to do
shop unci jo)) work on lho shortest
coiico. Satisfaction guaranteed In
every case.   Call or writo for terms.
F0 McCarty
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in:
Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,
Driving and Draught Horses.
Revelstoke Station   -   -    B. C.
MITCHELL   &   C>
INSURANCE   AND
COMMISSION   AGENTS,
MINING   BROKERS.
Calgary, Alberta
Fop Youp
cHouse Gleaning - *
Send for samples of our Wall
Paper. Prices from 10c, 12Ac,
lac up to 50c a roll. Mail
orders carefully attended to
Linton Brothers
Calgary, Alberta
UoW\mm & co.f
Assayers, Mf-if-g a~d
Milling Engineers
Office and Metallurgical Works at
523, First Street, a few doors
west of Hotel Spokane,
spok;hj.e - - Washington
PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:_
Main Street
Revelstoke
Hon. Sydney Fisher is comiDg west
in August.
The C.P.R. is building 1,000 more
cars.
The grading of the Crow's Nest railway will be let in live mile sections.
War Eagle stock h.i3 risen rapidly
during the past two weeks and bids
fair to reach the dollar mark.
An Englishman named Scowan
employed temporarily as porter at the
L-in.sdownc hotel, Regina, tried to cc-m-
mit suicide in his bedroom on Meinday
night with a revolver. He fired two
shots, the first of which was found in
the bed clothes and the second took
far the doctors
Nine years ago Evangelist Rougean,
of St. Pierre, Man., was taken ill, and
on recovering refused to leave his
room, excepting during the night.
His strange demeanour w.is unaccountable, as he aDpe��ared to be otherwise
in his normal condition of mind and
body. His self-imposed confinement
gradually undermined his system, and
recently his mental faculties gave way
completely, and he had to be placed
under restraint. He has been placed
in the asylum at Selkirk.
The body of a young man was found
horribly mutilated on the C. P. R.
track a mile west of Rat Portage on
Tuesday morning. By papers on his
person, his name appears to be Hugh
McRae, identification being hardly
possible owing to the mangled condition of the remains. He is supposed
to have bpfen killed by the west bound
freight at an early hour in the morning.
effect in his head.   So -  ---.-,---   ;.;.----.-:-.---.-  , .    .    TI     .  ������-
have been unable to remove the bullet, i lhe victim is supposed to be Hugh Mc-
Temporary insanity is said to be the [Rae, who was employed on the police
cause force in Winnipeg two years ago.
W. G. BIRNEY
Painter
Signs and Paper Hanging
A Specialty.
Address caro of Union llotel
Revelstoke
L M. FRETZ
Contractor, and Buildep.
Shop opposite Imperial Eank.
Workmanship Guaranteed
**i~-Tcnns Oosh
Sam Needham
Clothes <2s53d
InSGood Stylo at Lowest Prices.
Douglas Street ��� Revrlstoke
DR. ALLEN'S
Hoof
For   use  in   cases   where
disease  eats   off the horn
of the hoof
Also a Never Failing Remedy
Por 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
HEE St ATIOTlSOft
Builders and Dealers In
Carriages,   Buggies,   Buckboards
Democrats,   Road   Wagons,
Heavy Carta ire Wagons,
Etc., Etc.
Second hand Buggies, etc. always
on hand
Write us for prices and particulars.
We can bnilel you a rig to order
they can't be beat.
CHHGHjHV,      -i       HUBB-HTA.
Silver, assay.... i
Gold and silvor,
assay	
Gold, silver nod
lead, assay	
Gold, silver and
copper, aseay..
Gold and  silver
bullion, assay..
Z nc, assay	
Sulphur, assay...
Mercury, assay..
Melting aadrelln-
ing bars.
II 00
1(50
2 jO'
3 CO
200
300
300
SOO
200
Lime, analysis.,
mitca, analysis.
Coal partial, an.
Tin. assay	
Nickel, aisay S10
to	
Cobalt, assay ?10
���   to	
Antimony, ass'y
jVrscnic, assay..
Aiumiuum.asu'y
Platinum, assay
MeltinK.roflnlng
and assaying.
$300
2 00
5 00
' 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
SID
500
SOO
300
ltitC8 given on apmication for working tests
of ores on samples of one to fifty pounds.
Wo havo tlio most complete equipment in
tho North "West for tcstiDg ores and determining the kind of machinery necessary for the
redaction of tho eomo.
Postal rato on ore ono cent per ounco. S.-nd
at least three ounces for assay.
Inspections and reports m.ido en mining
property.
Mr. K. K. McNamara of this "rm is the
inventor of "Tho McNamara" Two Stamp
Mill, which has a guaranteed cap-icity of from
ilvo to bcvco tODS per day; 83 to 90 per cent of
tlio gold Is saved in tho battery. Can udd as
many batteries as desired. Estimates and
prices on application. Kcmeinber than we
mako a ppccialty of Ileal Ustato and Mines.
REVELSTOKE
IRON WORKS..
Blao_ksxnithine:�� Jobbing
Plnmbing.   PiPe Fitting
TinsmitMng
Sheet Iron "Work
Machinery Repaired
Mining Work a Specialty�����-��aa
ROBT. GORDON
Revelstolce Stn.
W  A- WETT-LE
Carpenter and Contractor
Plans and Estimates Prepared
Revelstoke StatioD, B. C.
If You .Have a
.Mine to Sell
or wish a company formed, or
want to buy a mine or shares
In nny mine," want to invest in
Spokane real estate or wish to
make a borrow, write at onceto
eJ.JL.MES   L    FORD   &   CO.
Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks
901 Riverside Ave.   ���   Spokane, Wash
( anadian .
\ Pacific Ry
SOO PACIFIC LINE
Cheapest, quickest and best route
Toronto. Now York, Philadelphia,
___ Montreal, Bosrton Halifax���all
Eastern and European Points   '<
    *   * -','. ���" 'i'
Tourist Cars leavo Revelstoke-
daily for St. Paul; .for Toronto -
every-Monday^and-for-'Mdntreal":
and Boston every Thursday.
-Train leaves Revelstoke for' all'
points south daily" except Sunday;'
arriving daily except Monday. _��� '_-
Empress  of  India, Empress, of *
Japan and Empress of China sailing'
every four weeks for' China'and
Japan. J-*    ,"���     a? ">' , - ��
Warimoo, Miowera and Aorangi
sailing every four weeks for Honolulu, Suava and all Australian and,
New Zealand ports.    .   , ~ -,
'"or full particulars apply to nearest '
C.P.R. Agent or to * "    '.
T. W. BRADSHAW,
Agent, Revelstoke.
H.  M. MacOKEQOB.
Travelling Pa3Songor Agont, ~"el��m.   *
E.J.CQYLE, Din. Passenger Agouti Vancouver
Spokane Falls and -Northern
kelson and Ft; Sheppapd
Red .Mountain Kys.
Tlie only all rail route without chan.ro of
care between Spokane. Northport.'. ReSSSnil'
and -N'eUoD
Nelson
also    between yltosBland- und
DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY^
LEAVE. "fOIUH
For Spokane���
12:35 p.m	
For Ho-tslond���
1:50 p.m	
For Nelson���
1:50 p.m	
OK""*       _.*        ARRIVE.
From 8pokanc>���-
 ���--���---."i*2Q p. _i-
From Kossland���
 i__"*1:<5 "���"�����
From Nelson	
 12.*01p;m.
Close connection? at~>elson vrith ntj*,���.���
for Kaslo and aU Kjotcnay L��k-Ti_ointa?M>erB
Pafscngera for Kettle River nnd t-tnn.j..-
Crook connect at Marcos ��lth itege dSfv.     T
IfevelstoKe Hospital
Maternity Boom in connection.
Vaccine   kept    on   hand.
Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jcffi^ Attendants
C. JVI. WOODlfi_OJr?TH
M. A..  LI,. B.- .
Notary, Convcyanoer, Etc.
Mines and Real Estate.
i-i_oavv Or*    -     .     EEinsn CoLOjerai, Book Co. Hi
will open a complete line
Stationery, Drugs and
Sundries (in their new
building next to Smith's
Bakery)
,...0n 15th July
A FEW ROOMS TO LET
Suitable for offices and bedrooms.
Canada Drug & Book Co., Ld.
Revelstoke���Nelson���Regina.
LOCAL AND  GENERAL   HEWS
An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal
end   Genera!  Items  Round   and
About Revelstoke.
The Kootonaian appeared last week
as a semi-weekly.
The IIeraIjO calls attention to Mrs.
Lapworth's advt. in another column.
Jlr. and Mrs. Bra'clshaw left on Tuesday morning for n visit to the Glacier.
Mrs. Smythe anel family have
arrived from the west to reside in
"RcveMoke. '
Geo. T. Newman and ,T. .1. Foley of
Arrowhead, were in town for Monday's sports.
The International, published in
Waidiier. B.C., is the second on the
list of Hast Koolenay newspapers.
Don't taken medium merely because
it is low priced, and don't scratch a
good medium off your list merely because its rate? seem high.���Printer's
Ink.
Under the head of Revelstoke,
special to tlio News-Advertiser, Sunday's edition of that paper gives under
date of JulylOastriiiDfof items cribbed
bolus bolus from our issue of July 7.
Dr. -P.. 5Iathi=on. of Pennsylvania
College of Dental Surgery. Philadelphia, will be at the Victoria hotel for
a coupleof wc-clcs and is prepared lo
do all kinds of tlentnl work. It is his
intention to visit Itevelstoke regularly.
The tug Atelier came np on Sunday
morning and safely conveyed the scow
loaded with machinery belonging to
THE BIG BEND
Mining   Operations   on   French   Creek
and Smith Creek
The French Crock Hydraulic Co.
have about 10 men at work preparing
Ihe grade and getting out timbers for
their flume, which will run 2 miles SOU
feet. The saw mill is put up and will
be turning out lumber ih-nI, wet-k.
The; work to be done is still very considerable and it. is not likely th.it any
act mil mining will begin for throe
months.
Prof. Nason is prospect ing lho bedrock on Smith Creek, for tho Missouri
to Kansas City Co.. whicli intends to
put in a bedrock lltiinc*. Ho litis about,
eight men employed sinking shafts on
to the bedrock.
There is no work going on on the
Consoliit ion, ami John Sweeney is
aw.-iv prospecting.
Some experts iVejin Vancouver are
inspecting the Orphan Boy in the interests of the new owners.
Prospectors are very numerous all
over thiicounlry.
The continuous rain lias kept everything back and has rendered thu trails
very bad.
o Revelstoke Markets.
Retail���O.-its. $28 per ton: buttcr.ttib,
dairy 21c;., creamery. 23c; potatoes $2S
per ton; new potatoes 3 cents
per lh.; hay, timothy and clover,
.���*>"2" per ton; wild hay, $15; beef, by tho
enrc-aso, 8c; poik, by the carcase," 13c;
miittem, 15c; eggs, fresh, 17c. to 20c
per doz.
the Revelitoke Hydraulic Co. across
the river and drnped them down to the
point, where they intend to commence
op-rations.
Mr. Unco Ross, "of the well know
firm of minim: Linkers A. W. Ross to
Co. of Toronto, who were the first to
introduce Knoicnay investments to the
Tot onto public, wa*! in town yesterday.
H�� i= on hi" w.-iy to Kaslo to look after
th- inu-1'i'j.t- of the- firm there.
'���The- Willinm.**-.'" guaranteed to be
the- only cnmpkic directory of Briti.-.h
Columbia that will bo puiilitOied this
year. .-\= -or-*, a- isstiPtl from the press
it will he tl.-livrre-tl throughout the
KontPiiay dr-tiii.. Take no other and
-<��������� that you j,_.t the Williams. P.. T.
\\ illiaui-*. DublM:,.!-, 2$ Broad street,
\ ictorin, B.C.
Johnnie Hamilton arrived on last
night'- train fiom Revelstoke. IIo
-~y- th.-tt larce gantcs of men are continually coinu into the Big ~3e��n<~ country and long par", trains are kept busy
packing in pitil, and miners'supplies.
Mr. Hamilton i- in town to look for
-oiii�� pack."in.mate to ship to B. C���
Calgary Ilei.ilei.
Freight of all kinds is piling up on
the landing plnce al Thomson's, anel
every day ailiH to the pile. There are
eight oi ten tc-mv-haulingover the mad
every ehyto Trn.-.t Lake City and-Fer-
gu-on. but they do not begin to cope
with the traflic. The freight is lying
out in rain and sun. covered with an
old tarpaulin nr two. The C. P. R.
s-hould certainly put up a wharf with
a sufficient shedding to shelter the
goods till they can be conveyed to
their destination.
S. Tennant. who has been engaged
in building operations at Trout .Lake
City, informs the Heraid that there
is a good deal nf work in that line going on there., including residence*." for
AV. Marsdin nnd John Scott, an assay
office, a stable,) f,���. J. Campbell and a
2"x40 adelition to the Trout Lake City
liotel. Abraliaiiison Bros, have just
e-omnlcled a Jilxfjij addition to the
Queens,
ABSTRACT OF RECORDS.
Trout Lake Mining Division, June, 1897
LOCATIONS.
June 1.���Queen's Day. II A Cook; Wonderful
Six, Joe Urmlyj Hl-t Six, D Lii-win; I.urdciiu
liny, A MeiKiniiiiii unil 1) ban-son; l.one Star,
J I'rnlt and li tl Ilujrlies; Cow Uov, li Ililhiian;
Niiiely-Seven, 3J A Croekett.
June '.!.���.1 V Hi-itner nnd S ,1 Iliimphrcvs;
Arrowlietttl, .1 Shirley; Zcitobin. II Itovs; Great
Divide N'o. 1, A RriKlii; Ureal Divide N'o. ���__, A S
Ho"*.; I'tirtlaiul, Cll Ilnydcn; Great American,
A llrlfiht; i:o>sliiud, A s Ko-s; Tiicoina, A
llrlnlil, C Ii lluvduii.
.luueH.���I'ayinaslc-r Fractional, J Me-Grcor;
Mnt-'.-ie -May, W .1 l-'tt-_ton nnel J A Lvncli; Stuu-
diu-d, .1 A Caldwell; Nonsuch, 1" G i'allis Mer-
elituit, jV C Cummins.
Jiiiic-I.���Chieftain, __" G I-rii'kson; Jtijr Chief.
W llmvie; Little Chief, II 0 Smith; 'riser, .I
Xc-.l_.itt anti J .Meike ; Jubilee. C .Toltii-on;
llouifatead, A "lcClilverv; Home-tend, A .1
McGllrery.
June 5.���mack Hear, 0 E OKon; Jubilee, C
Olson; Diamond Jubilee Frm-lional, ]l Uoss:
Crystal. II Ktiss.
June] ".���Imperial Union, I. E Beech; Mnplc
Leaf, J II l.obiii__on.
.TihicS.���Emigrant, E A Croekett; Empress, V
Trar.or.
June !>.���I'm-ekn, T C! McGradc.
June lo.���Tuff JN'tttt, II Iiiv-s; Coppc-r CliieL 51
Matlie.-.->on; Copper Sttiin, r .lc>liu.-oii: Peacock,
N Kel'-oii; ilomestake, .1 I'urisieii ami l-\ I.aii-
elrian: Ibex. .1 i'ari->ieu nnd 1-" l.iinelrian; Copper
Keel", T Tnylor; .South Sitle, II J Stewart; Silver
Crown, J "timber. ���
June 11.���Sunshine. C Hillman.
i�� June 12.���Silver Tip, O TomiVlel. O Petersen
niul S K 5Iorriseiii; Oertie. tl 51 Yiiill nu-.l I'.
Cunniiiuhnm; Cntly, G M YuiU ami p Ciiiiiiing-
hniii; Had Uoe-k.Al'etti'rson; Mav 1", W I'liclmi;
Premier, W riielnn; Jubilee, W l'lielnn; Out-
ea��t, .1 Clvii-kpatrie-k. 11 F IU-anivatnl LThomp-
-"iti; Old Timer, J C J'irkpntr'ek, B F Heattiv
tint. I.TIininp-.on.
June 1-!.���Molly Mack "N'o. 2 Fractional. 1-* C
Campbell and J-' I' .lolin^on; Ctimberlnuel, J c
I'ii-kpatrit'k nr.el I, TIioinp-.on; Silver slipper. J
C Kirkpiitriek; Silver Bell, LThoiiip-eon; 510
C, 1* Meagher and J Gretnt; >ln;__>;ic ."lay Xee. 2.
W G Canton and J G l.vne-h; Clei-treie, G I--a.��ton;
Silver Star, W G JJn-toh ami J G Lvncli; silver
Bell, W G i:astcu nnd .1 G Lvncli; 'St Paul, K W
Gibb-; Thru-li, L rnttcr.
June 1.3.���Arulliii, F Campbell; Eveline, Eveline Jonet:; Tr.nu Lake Star. J Ceerritjnn; A lire,
Jowett: Ethel, �� 51 Hirtl; Little Jeilinnv,
It -Mailelaii; Idubo. A V. Hitchcock am! IS. Madden; Novelty, E L ICimiimi; lron��;de. Ii Mc-
Kinley; Frisco, W C Winks anil .1 Clark :
Eureka, D Brown nti-1 P Culkecu; Senorita, I)
Brown and P. I'ulkecn.
June 17.���Oeorcia. 1) 0 Eaton nnel j\. G Winter.
June 1=.���Illnek Cut. L Oui'lette; Hriti-h Columbia, A Brij-'ltt; Lij-'litnins, V," C Mar-iden.
June 19.���Ontario, 0 A Lcrtno; North Si-ir, C
Gti-tei.-ou; l'ur-ur, 0 A Lerrno; l'r.nce, C e_u--
tof-ou: Vera, W E L'tlts tiu-i T Bnir-I; Two
"neiidr, L IJouelier; Gold Star, S Merced; Su-
-pei-iorr:A-ijrO\\Ti-ai\.l-.r-r-.it.-;n.-^���- _ _
June 21.���lteif Water, J Moke; riokiir,. J
Cloodenoutrh: Lanky Bob. II 5IcKav. Wnile
Swan, J C'.'O'.lenoueh; Tron Cloud, I. Alv.-l; Iin��
liippcr, Au^us Mclvcr; Littlu liippcr. J Ciratit;
5Ioiiili>y. D Sketchley anil .1 Clark.
June '22.���Cliarlottcnbur^, J Pt.ris.cn; .1 I-tinel-
rinn and I' I'urcell: Imperial. P Meaelior anil J
Campbell; Ituth Silier, F 51 5It*u'l; M��\ CJueeTi,
JSnell; Koyal. T K Ditve-y: Eveline, J sne'il;
Oirtiiiond Jubilee, T R Oavoy anel A 5Icf-ii-
livray.
June 22.���Mountain Kins���C I'.ranelj Mlver
?tar, Eveline Jowett; Sunny Side. A r.ri-.'hr;
Clipper, C li Iluviien; ?t Lawrence, C IS Bnydc-n
and A l'rit'hi; Lena, J Bowci*.
June __:i_���Lake Vicv. V.' C .Marrilen; Vancouver. II Samson and I" Templar; 5IolIU>. I* .-luit-
tieworth and J I'.rvani; Mountain Shee-p, S .1
Harlow, A Harlow, If Harlow; Aiielni'I.-, ? .1
Harlow, A Harlow, II Ilarlnw, Ex I.e.- Koi, <s j
Harlow, A Hiirlo.-: 11.,s-- ��ict|e>n, f. A He'll:
Shamrock. F C Caini.bell; 'Jiu-tle. J ieixon;
Sweelen. e; .Tohnsr.n; Norwav, O Arvatr; st.-II.t,
I" A Ciirl<iuls.t;<<raue| Vult-. .1 '.V Mitchell; Cracker Jack, W E S-niiti'!crj; Gray Tiir.l, J Snell;
51 into,.! .-tn.-ll:-Volil.-f-'l\.*,.I H Joliii-em; '.Vood-
-tocl.", V." .-aiuitlerj; 5Ia"e)e.-l, A McKinnon; I��,.rt
Hope, J Miell; Itcel Line. I-' Lolir.-r. jr.
June 21.���U.-*e-r,rele-r, S ICnowic-t; Eureka. J
Knowlt'-; Teti'le'rfoot. W Trt.ttr.tin, W f;iL'ii*on
and K. Jacobs; Silver Foot, W Tre.iinnti, W (,lc-n-
��oii nnel F. Jite*oh-; Ti-r.i-wa, !** i atcplicll. Monti
tain Lily, Kvclln.; Jowett ; Kulil.-iin. Alice
Jowett; A II <'. Stiinley ?.'Ijc: Iii'lia, A Hnmil-
ton; Hi_?lilntiel Lass, a 5I..Kiiine.n; Cracker
Jue-k, It e'owan; Jubilee, e; I Clink.
June 25.���5fav Flower Fra- tlot-.al, T Tavlor;
PIlv.T nanil.'jV'Ciimniins; N'"Ili-, J W Me-N.*ill;
(ir.relon, J .Me-riac: Lether, T M Bird; eitiv. K 51
5Inrt.'aii; Pilot, J E Uruner.
June'__>".���Albert L, A Johnson; 5Innltoii. O 51
'Johnson; e,oble'ii Star, M 5Tiit.u--.on iinel c: Dillon : Comsleeck, G Mi-ldnim; if')-.: Dack, FJol'.n-
son; I-ftb-'lla, e; T laindv an-I J e; Kirkpatrick;
Little Robert, G T I.'itiefir and J r: Kirkpatrick;
June 2S-���Ilttbv Silver, W Ij Caiiipb-II; SHvor
Bell, 51 B M.-rrit't: Blue illvcr, W I) c-tinpb-11;
Capper ejtiyen. 51 Is Mcrritt; >"eine��iii*li, A e.
Winter; Itiley boy Traction. J Devlin; Itam-
bler, G Vallniice and e,co MnN'orny; C .'_: K, J
Falconer; c; Bock, O Tornf.-l.lt et al: j\nnic. E
.[.Mover; Grounel irop, I". J Jfoycr; Itatii.stoiui,
n Ytiill et ai; Wintl-or, e,'ee> Ytiiil et nl; Trout
Lake, G Yuill et al.
June 20.���Silve-ry Cloud, A Gunnison e-t nl;
Comax, A "t J IliimiTiIoy: Centre Star. W Wii-
lnn Se-attle. V. McNulty: St r.Imei I'rae-lion. V. S-'
WIlliaiRs: Mfttntne.tli, J CarrlRiin: AIb"-tnii, J
Garritran: 'Jubil'-e, j*. e.'rai^ e-t ni; I'acnbroker,
A IC Antler-cii. et al: Sickle Plate, E L Kininan.
June '*-).���Copper KIiir, 51 J Byrnei, Washington, I S Doyle.
TBAN'^l'F.ttS.
Jane 1-���Womle-rltil Six, 'A. J Brnely to A Mc.
Kinnon nnel I) Laws-on; V.onilcrful Six. li. J
Bra'lv to J Mclntvrc e*t nl.
Julie .">.���Luckv Six, \i. B.Ioyce to I'. I*. .Sliut-
tlewortb, "VH).
June 11.���I X L, optmn, O JaceiLson to .1 ,\ 51
Aikir.s, "."iitiei; black lies", Ji, O V. OI-.iu to A
Abrnhnm'-eiii.
June I.',.���Black Tnu'le nnd S-tnise-t, Jul Dixon's
interest In boti'l tei T Iiiinii; T Dunn, e.pclon on
'���K interest to J. f'nlmc-r. -f !0,i_*m>i Mi'Initrlil, "f, J
1-ranztoA Do.Ids: Spokane, Il V I:l-ile,n lo .\
Do'I'Is; Jim Dandv, ;^, I. Arll.tir to I". H Iii-an;
Green State, W II IlnrrH to I' II Heuirue.
:)EKTtrte-A-rK.S OF A--KS.SMK.ST.
Meiv 12.���Cnnnelifin, d I'.clv.ay.
Julie 13.���Alice 5lur|_tiv, tiu-i; Lii'I-li'it, I-crry
I/)elc, IjOUC I'm", Hillti*. .N'o. 2'i, I" C ��� litri],;..ll.
Jttt'.e 17.���Sbaroii. IC llrew.ster; "iu^tjet 1'rnr.
tion. I" Holten.
June "-il.���Ben 51 y Cliree-, L I. ICiutnnti.
June '.'��.���V.-ra, Jes.cc Aii.crtn, GIcii"idc,
Ogont/, Tom 1 liuiiib. J E GreL-.'i.
"Rev. P.   5! nil*  preached   at lllecillewaet cut Sunday evening UtsL.
Messrs. G. Atkins, Guernsey and VV.
Kirk up returned from French Creek
on Sunday evening.
"sels Anderson has returned from
the Kamloops Hospital and was out
for the lirst time at the celebration on
tlie 12th.
"Walter AV. Clarke, the; man on thu
wing, for lhe Inland Sentinel, of Kamloops, paid llu; Heuald a fraternal
call yonleidiiy.
At tho (leildi'ii celebration hold hist
week Ed. Kdwards carried oil" the mile
bicycle race, with II. Scott second.
This was the only bicycle race run.
John C. Ferguson, M. li., of the firm
of Erhsloh ifc 1-Viguson, London, Eng.,
and XV. M. Mackiniioii, "I. 13., came in
from V.'uiciv.iv'.'r on Monday en route
for Ground Hog Basin, Big Bend,
where Mr. Ferguson intends to do
some work on the propel I ies acquired
hist year.
Mr. A. 0. Flnmerfeldt, who returned
from'--Montreal this week, was on the
same train on the way west with Mr.
Grant Gtivan, who had just arrived
from Kngland. Jlr. Grant Govan left
the train tit Hevolstoki*, his first object
being in connection with thcWavcrley
mine, which is owned bv his company.
A f-ivee of 300 men will bo put at work
on it tit once, and very exteusivc work
will be done.-���Victoria Colonist.
A   FRISKY   WIFE
At the Christian Endeavour Picnic in
'Frisco
A^San Francisco despatch gives an
amusing story. Mr. Stacoy, a newspaper man of Topeka, Kansas, was
hunting for his wife among the Christ1
ittii Fnd'.'.'tvorers. Not finding her ho
decided to take a swim at Sutro baths.
The first plunge into ono of the; big
tanks landed him in his wife's arms.
She was enjoying a swim with another
man, who, when informed of Mr.
Stacey's relation to the lady, made
himself scarce in a hurry. Mr. Stacoy
conducted his wile out of the baths.
At the door tt p.u ty of Kansas En-
deavorers look charge of Mrs. Stacey,
and Mr. Stacoy has been unable to
locate her since.
Open Air Service.
Last Sunday evening Rev. C. A. Pro-
cunier. Methodist minUter ;it Kaslo,
assisted by Rev. T. Glassford, Presbyterian minister tit Trail and Rev. J. A.
Wood, held .in eipeti air service under
the auspices of the Or-inge Lodge. The
choir was an amalgamntinn of the
.Methodist and Presbyteri.-iu choirs,
conducted by Jlr. F. Ahlin tit the organ. Mrs. Dent and Miss Xeirlluy rendered a duet very pleasingly and the
singing all round was well received.
Mr. Preieutiir-r pi'c-.ic-hed vf-t-y acceptably from the text in the Exodus "Let
my people go," comparing King AVil-
liatii to Moses.
Transfer of License
Notice ii hereby qi-ren *Lh��.t. 30 d-iy3 after <"n"c
".ve-^hall ..poly to the Btipcr.eiiary 5l_,_.:_.l-ttate
-R.r-K'"vT-]--i.jk-r'fi,rit-lrar��s.ref--'r"ji"n���S?r,.'-ter-_i-*r.-'.--
I.nv   frt ��� a nf  ,)._> ^���?!,!1   .J/.��� A���   !!.,_-��  .-.     r\ ^ T��-    _= ., l._
Ttc^jk.^vT-i-.t^Ke_rii.r-it-.��eir��3.cr-if.jni���o^r,..e. q-*_i
Lav to ni of the retail lienor lieci _--c n*"w =t
-iitinit for the Halcyon Hejt, SprifK- Hotel
H-i'es-em Ho;Sprins--, Arrowhcael 1-ake, Wi
KooicnAv. f
D.a-.d at II 'e-yon Rp-in-i:-!. .Inly 3rd, 1S37.
R. O. Rj'.BTT.
jy~:4tw IJ. H. MACWiraSt-5",
Notice
^Cotic-i= hereby eiven thai, hixty dayj after
dnt--. we intend to npply to the Chi f e'oinnii?-
sioner of L-tneUa.-.d Workj. for p.-rinlf-i'-in to
D'ireh.-i"'otht'follo��i:ii? elcscribcd lnr.-i.pluiat.d
in t-*e* UevcUtoke dlvtsie-n, Kootenay district.
at Kive V.lic creek, about 5 n.ilnn from ('.'erne
cr.ck. ar.el nbsut 7 ireilt.9 from 5IacInU��sb'H
home.te.iti: o
e:oinnir.ncinK arc. post __</) ytirrt-t on the weft
e-leln . f'he-creek, nn the  C_.oleitiil,'n rive-r. and
i marked  ' 1*. It.  IVtur-son   nnel   J. II. Wliliu'<
IS.W.   oitit  pev-.t."  and   rtinnltii;   north    10
I chtiiii", tlK-r.ee c.tHt 80 chain?, Iluiiei _>:/tiih to
; the*   Colr.nibln.   river.   1-1   ejh.ilriH, tbnn'-e   up
t.ie* Coin nib a tiver co pi iceo' cjiniiicceiiient.
?0 clini:.*;, r.ont&inin!; "ji) ��cre--i more or leyi*
P.   li.   PlJTKIIKOS.
.1. II. White.
5fny 7, 1507. limy!) w
Notice.
MOTICE i-> bcroby ftiven thut, Cn days afte-r
'~ data I..I. A D.C-v." iritend to.ipply to tho
Cbi-'f f"o,'timl.t'*ion'*r -1 Land-? ai il Works for
pormissiin to purclia^c the followingelescribeel
land, to wit: Si'uaicil on the- past gi-ie of the:
town cf .".rrowhend nhou*. half a milt*. Hied
i)i'Rinnirj{ at, the eastern Iin-* of the C. V. II.
lnnda. at a post, marked thus,���J. A ly* s w.
corner. 1 hencu io ehnine nlo-i-^ tho lake chore
iu an caatiprly elirpction. thenco If) chtein-* north.
thene;i'. 10 chn-ns wc-t, thene-; 10 chning Houth
to the point of e;ominenc^'tnpiit. incltidin^ one
htt'.*elred and ��ixty acres, more or less
... A.  DcCEW,
Itevelstoke, June 7th. 1807.       ��� .iOwflt
Notice.
NOTICE is hereby Riven thnt <tix!y dayi t.fter
el-ile, we.'hn tiridcratfrne-el inteeid to anply
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lamln anel
Work*) for per-ris-slon to purchae-o the following tl -ncTibert property.Ritua'e.t nt the m��nitn
of Royd Creek 'a tributary eif Kish Creek, ir.
the I.at-e]caii Divli-ion of Kootenay Di-etri-t.
St irtinK at n i ost near where the trail crn-tpcij
B-,yd C-e-e-k ar-tl rtlnnir.--; sixty chaini north,
tliencc Pix-y rhflinn went, thence Bixty ehaios
t-otitli. theece fixly chaiim ^nit lo poinl of
cecrirneti'jetnent, c���nttiinini-;3l>) nnre^ moro or
los*.
GF.OHOE SOMjVEIt.
Cn.MtT.ES I~I7I_.LAR!>.
D.ilee] June 21. I"."7.
Notice.
NOTICE is he.rchy (?iven that f" dtiyi. o'ler
elate, I int-nel tei app;v to Ib-j Chief C'orn-
tn's ijn-re.f rj-ir.el^ntiel AVorks fen- 7,eriuljsie,n
to u.i e.liis-e. lnOnrrcs of land, situate in Kootenay eltHtrlcl near conllti-'iieo of Gainor c.te-'-k
with South K.irk of Ijureleaii river, more par*
tie;ularly e'escrib-jil tt-i follows: eninnifnciteK
eeta pent tn_iikcel "Initial I'oal. H.E. et'rner.
jV. A. II..," on lhe we3t bank of e.aiior C'rei k,
near it-i conflitcnea with the South l'"o k of
Ij.irdctui Itiver thence. N'orth 10 clinin-'. Ihcnci-
5VfBf. 101'hnliis. theiicn Houth lOchnins. tlietifi-
I'>.sr |f| chain", to j.oint of coitiine necincnl, con-
tsinli-KlW)aeie;3, moro orle-s.
A. A. ri.-UK",
A cent for II. E. C Carry.
DjtctU June l"lit. li_)7. -Ij
NOTE AND COMMENT
Tho Golden lira is out with a Liberal
policy for this province that makes
one's head swim to read it over. It
ranges from government ownership of
railwifys and 1 olograph lines to a
vigorous policy of trail construction.
"Iiu-h, if not everything, whicli our
contemporary ml vocal es, is excellent
tuitl should form tlie goal lo which
future legislation in British Columbia
should tend. But it, is too big a bill of
faro to be assimilated at one gulp.
The main thing just now is tei secure a
fair redistribution of the franchise,
whicli will give the mainland, the
most progri'bMve portion of the province, her proper preponderance in its
a Uf airs and set British Columbia free
from the ant.ia.ualed methods of government at present in vogue at
Victoria. Wo shall then .create* an
atmosphere in the local house* in which
tho reforms in property tenure, taxation and government control of
national enterprises, so successfully
instituted in Aust.-alia and New Zealand, can be discussed with advantage.
Speaking at Kamloops the othei
night Hewitt Bostock declared lhat
" while the government had undertaken several schemes involving-large
expenditures, there had been strict,
adherence lo the policy of retrenchment in every department, where
savings could be effected without injury to the public service." Particularly it. is to be pi-i-sumod in the Post
office, wliich as he informed the
Golden Era, has dt-i-idod not to increase
the mail service* into East Koolenay
from motives of economy and whicli
is even now actually saving twopence
halfpenny by depriving the. peoplo of
Big Bond and Ferguson of any mail
all. This may not, be an " injury lo
the public service''but it is an injury
and insult to the public of North
Kootenay,   .
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Agent fop the BlieV-eiisdesrfer
Typewriter
P. B. WEhliS
.   Successor to GILKER &.WELLS
Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,
Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,
Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc?.
POST OFFICE STORE,
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
_B)a F^FtK^ig- m
MARRIED.
OnsiSBY���VIuxt���j\t. St.Petor's church
'   Revelstoke,  Suiid.-iv  July 11th,   by
the Rev. F. A.  l-'tn-d, CJrs'en Ormsb'y
to Mis- Ethel Hunt, both- of Van-
Notice
.Ml accounts outstanding nRninst tbe Jubilee
Celebration Committee must be-rendered to
the Secretary bv Thursday evening at 7 o'clock,
as the accounts'will then bo closed.
It .    - -    it. Browx, See.
Card of Thanks
The Itevelstoke Loyal Orantre Lodge bcj*:s to
tcnelcr  its  llmnks   to   the   fnlmoil   j\rtll   I-otlp-e
and either visitinjr brethren and friends, who
helped to make the celebration on 5Iondav
such a success. -, it
For Sale
, A good Hubbard portable bake oven. HakiPt?
cap-.city. 101 2-lh loaves, e^asb price, 52J50.
For psi-tioulrs apply tn Jas. Irvino, baker nnd
confectioner, Calpary. j* lta. Tjlylm
MRS. LAPWORTH,
Dressmaker.
Patterns drafted tn fit nnv figure bv the
"Parisipn -Method Guerre" for ladies' own
work.
Mjlytf
S-'xosd Street. CP. i~. To\v.\-?nir.
DENTAL  NOTICE
Teeth ExfracUd hy the Vast painful
niethoda by rticina of a local aiiti*^-
thctic. - Aritl-ial tj*cth inserted.
Teeth Blbd w.th jfold. s-ihvr. etc...
p.? bc?t fUits cieh individual case,
e'riwn nn-l Hrid-^-i* work a speeiilty. ���
Kir l*,trticular utter.tlnn raid t.s the
trcaiinent nnd prcse: vation of tlie
ne.tiral te"th - An curly c'U i-3
solicitel from those rerc'.irint? his
eervlo-s.
D3. I!. MATIIISON
Victoria Hotel, Itevelstoko
Li tile   LOO  is now forming a
Mandolin Orchestra
Any person v uhii.t,- to join apply at once���
l'cy>r.!Oirs Hall. Eeve.-lstoko.
Private I.-_��_��o!i3 kIvci ���
P/landolm.
Pianoforte.
Dancing :u Ballroomi and Step.
IGjuIir. Terni-j moderutc.
SuiDmer Suits
Some Are Not,
But having jiia1: ti/ldcd two more sarlorial
artisw ty> our sralT, we are in a better
position than ever to supply onr old cun-
tomerg and cater far nev/bn_:inefeH. Our
woik U flrat; o r.��, our stock In the bent
obtainable- and our pricea are away
down.   Whit more could b<: dealrcd /
R. S. WILSON,
AJcrchant Tailor.
Having made
Many Improvements
Ami t^onc to rfm~t!ilcrr��.b*o expense in
iriaVIrip my Bikcry nnd Conr*~ctioncrr
More (���_tif nf Mi-j mo-it r-'plctn in T��. f'.�� and
liavl'k ji��toiitf��ic*��'l aBrockvlllp. hnkrr,
A. K. Jackifii, I nin in a bettor position
tlum ev-^r Ut supjily tho tfudc.
I havo alfln put    b Bhow enfto in (I. B.
lliiin�� & Co'fr \V*��_'. Ewl tStoro   whore a
/rLsii Ktipplc of hrcn'l. cakcH. ��*tf-. will bo
kept for the convenience of ciiKtomorH.
Free ilelivcry cvory day.
.A. N. SMITH
DEALERS IN HAY, OATS, BRAN,
IHORTS. FLOUR, GENERAL GROCERIES.
BUTTER, EGGS
5SOFT DRINKS BY BARREL OR BSTTLE
a Sure Preventative of Mosquito Bites
~P"E?.TC*E~
25c
-
A. F. Williamson, Lonk Pi>te XFAJXiT, Revklstokh. B.C.,'SjV""s :
s      "After apiilying "Anti-Mosquect" I can attend to my work,
when mosquitoes are in great nniiibejrs,' without being annoyed by
tlicin.'    I can recommend '"Anti-Mosqiici'L" as a sure preventative."
P-BXCE
25c
sale only at Ahtfi" Drug Store^
Revelstoke Station
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MORGAN'S Shaving Parlor
" MORGAN'S Confectionery   '���
MORGAN'S Fres:i Fruits   .
MORGAN'S Tob3.ccos
MORGAN'S Cigars and Pipes
MORGAN'S Bath Rooms
__�����__���*��_Best'.in Town
FRED. B. WRONG,
Real Estate and
Mining Broker, &c.,
.FERGUSON, B.C.
The Sandon of the Trout Lake District.
Corre:-pondenoo solicited.
G. 'E. SHAW,
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
KEAt,  ESTATE  AGENT.
Dt-Blrabie Iteslelencei) for Sale eir to Lot.
Convo;nncin�� in all Its branches.
Klre Insurance.
CHOICE
CREAMERY
BUT1ER
[ -Made by the White
\ttr~   Swan liutter
et Cheese  JlfgCo.,
iS CENTS
PER
POUND
J. M. McCALLUM. Manager,
Revelstoke Station.
I'rcc Delivery.
Itceltictitill to trade.
Store on Seconel St.
mWM'^^'^W^^W^
Supplies for Builders and Miners
We can furnish Builders and Miners with every recjuisite in
the Hardware line necessary to them. Our prices are if anything a little lower than tho lowest that can be obtained else-
whore.   Try ns���we will undertake to please yon.
(_^^W. M, LAWRENCE
McCarty Block, Revelstoke Station, B.C.
FERGUSON
-The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.
The Pioneer Store
of  Ferguson, B. C.
CUMMINS &C0.,
General Herchants.
Dealers in	
Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods,
Mining Supplies, Etc.
Miners and Prospectors Outfitted!
Post Office in Connection.
Our store is from or." to six mllej from thn
giebcat mining prospects on tlio continent cl
jiini-riea. ��� By purchasing frcm us It will save
you many a weary atop.
Batho & Co.,
55""^ -"OS
General
Merchants
ni tiers and Prospectors
Outfitted, &c.
So"��� -~o~
Ferguson^ B. C.���The centre of
the Lardeau Mines.
Now is Your Time to
Make a Strike!
Money,  time  and   tronble  saved   by
buying your supplies in sight of the
mines at Kcvelstoke prices.
Yours for business, -
I.  M. CITRON,
General Merchant.
Thomson's Landing, B. C.
"tnylm
A. J. LAPWORTH,
(l.ate of Bulnwayo. South Africa),
SCENIC ARTIST.
Sign Writer nnd Gilder,
House Painter and Decorator.
Work elone lor the Trade.
Address: Second Street, Itevelstoke, B.C.       3jylm
BC   Slire and register at the-
BalmoraiHDtel-
���when yon reach FEjBGOSON.
The table is provided with tho host tha market!
Bflbrds.
CUMMINGS BROS".,- .     ���
.Proprietors. ." l"Jir
When You Reach
Thomson's Landing,
GO TO THE
PROSPECTOR'S
EXCHANGE
Best Meals in tho Lardeau.
Stage and Livery in connection.
T. W. GRAHAME, Proprietor.'
THERE'S MONEY IK IT:   ���*���
A good chance to make money if
yon nave a little nerve.
Do not stand by and see other men
get rich.   Try yourself.
I have today listed the following
claims all within easy distance of-Ferguson :
Snnnyside $ 750 00 cash.*
St. L'awrenoe 1000 00     "
Portland     200 00     "
Great American _ iD,   5C0 00   .''"'
Great Divide No. 1..   400 00     "
Tiicou].-. " iii    000 00     "
Clipper    750 00     '"
Little Kid 2000 00     "
Cumberland g in.... 1000 00     "
For bonding terms and further particulars, apply to
FRED. B. WRONG,
Real Estate anil Mining Broker,-
Ferguson, B.C.
R. TAPPING,
Agent Kootenay Lttmbeb Co.,
KcepB a good stock of building material m*.
hand.
Terms, strictly cash in the yan".-
, Rcvclstoko Btation.-

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