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Revelstoke Herald 1897-09-04

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 1  ���������..-C, \ i  ^\  &'  *.,������������������������*.'  -ISSTJED   TWIO^A-WBBE-WBlDISrESrJATS    -A-ZL-TID    SA.TTJ-Rjr)J^*X*S-  Vol. I.    No. 68.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance:,  10  ft  li-  h  Shoppin  ^ Letter  THK first thing wise people think of  when ordering goods by mail Is tho  capacity for business of thoso they write  to. Tho reputation wo enjoy for promptness makes our Mall Orefer trade forgo  ahead at a gratifying rate.  Our Specialties i���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests (or pries lists and samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,   Calgary....   ' j.)  ?33g~?ggs^g*~i������gg������ssgggy;  Doors&  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets? &c.  Haig & Orage  *>     Sole Agents for  'evelstoke  Townsite  >. ,    MINING, ..  --  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-'AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR, * -��������� -  /     AND NOTARY PUBLIC-  Oflico:   Booms 1 and 2, Pool Block, Revelstoke. B.C.  " -i T ,    -  A RTHUR G.M. SPRAGGE;  Barrister. Solicitor, &c*  Notary Public.     -_,  Offloo upstairs in Smith's block. Pacific Ave.  - " Revelstoke Station. BI  C.  General  ..Merchants ;  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City.^  FREE MILLING PROPOSITIONS  Some of the Properties that will  Make  Big Bend Famous,  The Silverite mineral claim is showing up very well. It has a ledge 10  feet wide of solid free-milling quartz,  assaying $13.05 in gold. It is situated  on the summit of the mountain between French and McCullough creeks,  ���������uid is very easy tei get at. It is owned  by AV. A. Odder, Eddie Edward" and  Frank E. Saunders all of Itevelstoke,  B.C.  To the south east of the Silvei ite,  lies the Oriel mineral claim another  rich* free-milling proposition which  has a well defined ledge fiom ������} to 5  feet wide, assaying $110 in gold, and is  owned hy Eddie Edwaids and Frank  E. Saunders. To the south.east of the  Oriel is the Oriole, another good looking free-milling pioposition, with a  stiong 3 foot ledge. Some samples of  rock fiom the Silverite, Oriel and  Oriole 'were brought in for assay this  week by F. Saunders. Gold could bu  detected in them hy the naked eye*,  >ind,the partners believe they' have a  bonanza of thejr jown. They have  done considerable "wen kw on the two  first named claims and will probably  woik this year until the snow,flies and  tlien'will leave for town. " F. Saundeis  will leave for Big Bend "on Sunday,  to continue work on the aliovo' named  properties." -    "        "     <   _.*   ~  Dealers in        ._ ���������  Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  A, T, N0X0N.  -     .WHITE &'SIBBALD,   '  - Mining and Real Estate Brokers,"  Notaries Public, Etc  Money to loan at lowest rates. , ,  Tire Insurance in best companies.-   -  llautf Ollice opposite Union Hotel.  GAMBLE'S- O'REILLY,   *  Civil Exgixkehs, Provincial Land  -  " Sokvhyohs,  Accountants and General Agents,  Nelson anel Rossland, West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  -_i_F. G. Ravmjs, J I*, M.Jnst. C. E��������� ST. Can. ~oc.  ('. li., V. Ij. S.-for B. C. (late Resident Engineer  Department  of   l'ublie   Works   in  Canada in B C ,) Nelson, B C.  Francis .7. O'Keilt.v, Assoc. M. Inst. C. E, P. L. S.  i,        for 11 C., Rohs'.ind, B. C.     -    - *    Sjljtf  ROBERT  SAMSON,  - Dealer in Wood.  Droving and DelHe.-y "Work a specialty at  - lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notice.  Agent for the Stand ird Oil Company.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  * Successors to Hull Bros. A Co.,  Butchers and"iv_oIesale and Retail Dealers  i   Beer, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS  and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In onr line promptly filled.  0. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay   THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  AN OPEN LETTER  Mr. Old Customer : >  Drab Sir.,���������I beg to inform you that I  hare just received a choice line ot  Scotch and Irish Tweeds, also a complete line ol Fall Suitings. My workmen, it ho arc Just from the cast, lia\e a  complete knowledge of their business  and are giving great satisfaction to my  many customers. My line of Rcady-  "Iades arc up-to-date and good val no  for the money asked. Awaiting jour  order at an early date, I remain,  Yours sincerely,  R. S. -WILSON  Revelstoke station.  T.   A-BRIEL,  NAKUSP. n.c.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For Information on mineral claltnB on  Cariboo Crock, write at once and get particulars. 2~i_artf  ^atctoaker  -" ,. AH work guaranteed.    *    -_  Oideis by mail promptly tit tended to.  _ A!t R. S. .Wilson's Tailor Shop,'  REVELSTOKE.: STATION, B.C.  llautf ,  tSIH|lllll3IIISIIIII~fl|lllll11'eRlll||l|||B������lIllllllllNfl_lliaiMIG  I   GUY BARBER'S.  ' 1  I       '   JEWELLERY       . 1  |                  ..-..STORE |  ;                           _          is the best place in ;  ;              a                    Kootenay to secure ���������  |   WATCHES ���������-   CLOCKS  "* |  |    -   JEWELLERY |  !_Call_anel e\-amino_oiir,ncw_stock._  Revelstoke -Xext door to Post Oflice.    ;  ~IIIIE-iaRnlllM1l'gUB*ltl,*nMIICIHI,lRH|.|3l-l-l-3nliai-������.l___t!i".  Do Not  Let the health of your children  '   be endangered.     Do not allow  the stock of health that you've  >    stored up in  the summer to be  lessened. -  '  i, After the excessive heat of .last  month, have a care about disinfectants. ������, We've - studied . tho  subject���������think we know something about it. Can we be of  service to you?  We have Chloride of Lime  and Carbolic Powder in convenient tins at 25 cents each.  We have a stock of Carbolic  . Acid���������pure  and  crude���������and all  the other disinfectants, in bulk.  The McDowell-Atkins-,  Watson Co.. Ltd.  "THE   DRUGGISTS,"  Mccarty block.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr., Revelstoke Branch.  QOOD BREAD,  Fresh Fruits,  Ice Cream,  Summer Drinks,  Choicest Confectionery,  Canned Goods  AT ROCK-BOTTOM PntCES AT  The Revelstoke Bakery Stores,  Railway St., Revelstoke Station.  Free Dflivfry Everv Day.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658,  Regular meetings are hold in th������  Oddfellows' Hall on tho socoid and  . fourth Wcdne-days of each month at  li 7:30 pm.   Visiting brethren cordially  ���������" invited.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S,  LAURIER'S.STAR  EVERYBODY READS THE HERALD  Rhodesia restaurant  ,      *���������'"   "   and BOARDING-HOUSE,  1.     "���������"     ConisER of Srro'xD street and  Ortov avemx, "  EEVBLSTOEE  STATION.     "  ENGLISH COOKING under the superintendent e ol Mrs. Lapuortli.        , " ^ -  DinliiR Room attended to personally bv the  proprietor.   .  MEALS  AT ALL HOURS     --  Cleanliness and ciwlityour motto. Terms  moderate. . *  asaugtl % A.'l. LAPWOIITU, Proprietor.  ''       "First Class Dance Hall To Let  "a; McGaiRE.& eo.f-  M IIOL"b3 ILEDE CLERS IS -   ,"'  Vegetables, Fruit and Hay  SALMON ARM, B.C.  Write for prices.   We are now prepared to ship  potatoes and other vegetables in carload  quantities at the lowest price on the  market.   Send in your orders, and  _,  lie guarantee bfltibtnetion.  Iself- _.-."-   - __>  ,_     i_....  * FOR THE BEST   Vegetables,     -  - ;  Fruits,*  Apples,  Tomatoes,  Potatoes,  Hay and Feed  At the lowest prices, and Fresh Groceries  and Provisions, Ica\e jour  order mill  -HUTCHISON   &. CO.,     .  *  The Leading Grocers.       - _  Free Deliilhv.  Your Valuable  Order  for all Kinds of Light Transfer  and Carting will be attended to  by'     :::::::     :  Robt*: Fleming,  o  The delivery of parcels to and from trains and  to any part of town iilll receive  28aiitf my careful attention.  200 Men wanted  for Albert Canyon.  Wages, $2.25 per Day.  Work all winter.   Apply  fflni.     PARRY  &  ROSS.  2~&ugtf  J. POZER'S BULLETIN BOARD  DKLtrtors Ice Cream, any flavor, at my store  opposite Coursier's���������10 cts.  Fresh  Puke Caxdies,   home  made,  now on  hind.  "���������ice Coot. Drinks at 10 cts. per glass.  Confectioserv���������a choice lot at low est prices.  Di*ci*>a Room iu connection.    Meals ser\cd at  '     any hour.  J. POZER, Front St., Revelstoke  Haute  Sir Wilfrid Laurier litis ii'ttirncd  fiom Euiope with all his blushing  honors thick upon him.' lit' has miiiii-  tained the reputation of," Canada w ith  a complete success, which w.issc.uculy  expected, just at a juncttti c and on nn  occasion when it was of the utmost  impoi tanco that the Doininion should  shine in the eyes of the assembled empire. His audacious policy of picfci-  ential duties, which w.isquite obviciii*_>-  ly in.iiiguiated without the least idea  of the difficulties, which lay in its  path either by the Premiei or his followers, h is tiinmpliedliy ,t combination of> circuniht.inces, , whicli no  ptescienct* could h.ive foios>cen. fivciy-  body can now see that Tupper and  Foster were right in claiming that  every country, enjoying the benefits  of "a most favored nation" clause in  their commercial.treaties with Gieat  Bi Haiti, would also get all the benefits,,  which Great Britain recoiled from the  piefeiential 'duties of the last t.uii".  In dealing with the ."question in the  List session they were like expeiicnccd  financiers debating with a crowd ol  schoolboys.* But neither Tupper nor  L.iui-ier nor any one_ else/could have  foreseen that the Jubilee would have  evolved itself into" a great  celebration, and that under tin* influence of its enthusiasm** Gieat Britain,  would in defiance bi. eveiy tiatlition ot  the past have denounced the treaties  containing'--,.tliese *���������. "most favtuctl  nation" clauses, and tinned fiom he>  ancient-methods to! cultivate a u.oie  stric tly" intercolonial 'ti.iUi*. fciic vos  non vobis. Let the cJLiibeial govern-  nienlj get all tbe credit due them for  their triumph ami then theie will be  quite a lot, which they^.yill get, which  is not strictly coming to them.  But" the Premier, refill ns lrom the  scenes of popular ovation abroad to a.  very diltei cut condition ^ot affairs at  home. Between the Ontaiio stalwarts  of the Grit paityi which li.ivo furnished it with whatever .principles it can  lajrany cl.iiiifto possess,' the.old guard  towhbm.tiee tiade, political -purity  and equal rights were tiot* merely use-  iiiliclt'ttion cries", bat real and cherished idesils of govern ment and the new  importations itom" Quebec, and the  Piovincial Piemiers fiom eveiy qu.u-  ter of the Dominiein, trained _ in the  school of corruption and chicanei y  fiom the first hour of their political  life, an irrecontileable animosity has  alicady manifested itself. The question, ou w hich the future of tlie- Liberal party depends, is whether Laurier  and Cartwright or Tarte and Bkiii .tie  to rule the lciost: Will the star,-wliich  Ied.the piemior_to_vittory.over Biitish  traditional commercial conservatism,  continue in the ascendant till it-guides  him to< tihunph over the Canadian  fi.ulitjional political corruption. ' In  the mouths of a vast piopoi tion of his  suppoitfi's the" ciics whicli won the  election of 1800 weie simply uttered in  hypocrisy and fraud. A good many  people, who liked the* ideas well enough  voted against Grit candidates on that  very account. Is Sir Wilfred the man  lo dare-his friends and convert his  enemies by tinning these ideas into  realities. He has gained credit for 11  brilliant audacity. A really brilliant  and farsightcd btroke of audacity just  now might tonveit a political victory  snatched out one of the mostiniserable  and sordid episodes in Canadian history into a life long tenure of power.  The premier and Canadian Liberalism  are just now approaching a crisis. A  false* step and and all the plaudits of  the J ul "lee will fail to save him.  "  The Trout Lake Mining Company.  The above is a close corporation  having no stock at present for,sale and  own the Silver Chief and Jem on the  southwest slope of Silver Chief mountain at the junction of Gold and Gninor  creeks in the Trout Leake division of  West Kootenay. Their head office is  in Winnipeg, .with an office also at  Trout Lake City. The Silver Chief  contains 6 different) ledges. 3 of which  have been crosscut. Two of them  have 10 to 20 feet from the surface'and  another at almost 100 feet. Excellent  samples of clean looking galena have  been obtained in each case,and cevernl  tons of ore are on the dump ready for  shipment, inquiring no concentration.  A rich vein of black silver has been  discovered in the tunnel, which has  already been run in over 125 feet.  Assays from shipping assortments  have been obtained in the order of  205.570, 2G0 and 402 ounces per ton  This latter vein is a sulphide ore anel  can be concentrated to run 1000 ounces  of silver per ton. In addition to the  main tunnel, drifting has been done  to the extent of 150 feet or more, following this new find.  ODDS   AND  ENDS  Passing Notes on Men and   Things   in  General.  Asl predicted now that Major WaKh  has been   appointed administrator tit  the   yuUoii   we   shall  hear plenty of  him.   The Globe gives him  over lorn  columns in last  S.'ituielay's issue  with  a couple* of t tits.    In appearance in the  get up, which he usually altoc-tod tis a  mounted police oltitei,he used strongly  to  resemble   the   liding   mastec ot a  eli ens, the gentleman who cracks jokes  wilh Little Joko, tho Immense Comic  Hiiiiioi ist of Four Continents, aicsein-  blance gi eat ly heightened  by  a  habit  he had of always carrying a loui-horse  whip with him.    Howcvei lit* is ������t fust  class man  for the job of tunning the  mining community on  the* .Yukon as  this anecdotd   of  one  of his dealings  with .the Siou*c   will shew :   "White  Dog,an Ass-inaboineChief,.uid a notorious   villain   at   that, appealed   with  tbiee   horses   wliich    Major     Walsh  lecognized as having.becu  stoleu just  as the pai ty was leaving Sitting Bull's  camp.   The Major oidered White Dog  and his men to dismount, which  thoy  did-veiy   reluctantly.       The  .hoisos  were taken   fiom   them   unci vtinned  over to one ot   the   policemen,   with  oideis to see that they. ..were restored  tei their owners. - Sitting Bull and  his  people witnc"'ed the whole pioi-eediug,  ,mcl weie no, doubt mnclv impressed.  White Dog's face bctiayed the humiliation ho felt, and ;io ho moved oil he  muttered   something' about   meeting  again.   Although White Dog' was a  haid case and  epiite as dangerous as  Sitting Bull,the Major (-Tilled him back  ���������and made him apologise.*, nnd told liini  that  if   he   didn't, behave   be   would  handcuff him and   take   him   to   the  foil."     On another" occasion with a  handful of 20 men he raided an Assiu-  aboine camp of  250  lodges,   took 30  prisoneis out of ,.i war   lodge   in   the  centre and c.uricd them thice-qu.irteis  of a mile to the top" of_a neighboring  but.te where; he held <t pielimmary investigation? which resulted in  the release of half the.piisoners and the de-  ten tion'of-the bt"'ahce''rat!j_"ort'~ Walsh  toi1. various   toims, ot-mipiisDnment,  Any*free and'independent American  miner that feels inclined to ceime any  of the usual tiic-ks of a Yankee mining  camp with,Major Walsh in the Yukon,  will run up against an awful bad snag.  Says  the- Mont)eal  Star:    "While  all about him on the,Klondike  miners  are  securing  ioi tunes,   Mr. William  Ogilvie, the Canadian surveyor whose  reports on the distiict furnish  almost  the only authentic  itifoimntion  c-on-  ceining the Yukon, i-, quietly preserv-  iii^oidefrbeUling disputes fis to "claims  and boundaries and making himself of  inestimable service to the government  of wliich he is an employe, and on the  sal.u y ot tt surveyor.   He has not located a single claim for himself."  This Dominion and this province*  need a whole lot moie Ogilvies among  their officials right now. The man  who has to decide on conflicting claims  must he above suspicion, which he can  never be as long as himself is in the  same husiucsi as the contestants. lie  may be honest enough, -That is nol  sufficient. Other peoplo must believe  in his honesty* implicitly, which they  will never do as long as tiny possible  personal motive can, by his private  concerns be assigned to bis decisions.  "We arc not hero lor _our health."  It is a small and cheap saying. There  must he very little consolation in it to  nn otllcial measuring himself by the  Ogilvie standard, and conscious of being found wanting. Theie is'a saving  grace in the Anglo Saxon race after  all. Wo aro all after the almighty  dollar, but none ol our heroes aie  millionaiies. Our ideals arc still high,  oven if our practice is low.  THE ENTERPRISE BREWERY  Scvc-n Hundred Gallons of Beer   Going  Through the Mill.  A Ill-niAiM) rt-poi ter paid, a visit to  that flourishing institution, tbe. Knter-  pi ise Biewery. and found seven hunch eel galleins ot material in the shape  of malt and water going thiough the  pro'.-ess of being converted into a fiist- .utide of beer. Under the guidance of Messrs. Bolten and Downs the  vtitlons tiansfox inations wetti explained. Tlie male lirst goes-into the  mash tubs wilh hot walei and the  liquor is ("rained off fiom them into ,m  immense hon boiler on the second  floor,-inil theie* boiled by steam iiom  the entitle. It cumesolit of the tubs almost coloiless, bub tht* pioce-,s - of  boiling gives it a l'.ch.biown color.  Fiom the boiler it passes down to the  liopj.ick, ti big vat on tbe giound floor,  where it loccives the hops, which have  been previously boiled and shamed in  a Fm.ill boiler. After remainii'g in tbe  hopjae-k about 15 minntus, it is'p-.tmped  tip to the cool skip, ti large flat tank  (ixt*d up in lhe loof, where it lemains  all night till cooled. It then, runs  down again lo the ground floor "and  passes over the cooler, c onsti ticted^of  copper tubes filled with ice water, and  so down into the? fei menting _vats in  the cellar, where it iein.iins for .15  days, after which it is k'egged up and  kept nt, ti tempci.itiue ot ,7' above  fieezing point till ready for tlie market. These cellars are lined w ith stone  and floored with cement and have no  supeiior in the country.  . The-proprietors of the Enterprise  Biewery are Messrs. Thos. Downs,  Chas. Koi ten and J. P. Sutherland.  The brewer is Bi uno Fischer a'Gemuui,  from -one of the best biewei-ies in  Chicago, and everything on the premises has been"ai-range"d under his supervision in accot cl.uie t* with the methods  piev.iiling in the largest bieweiies on  the continent. Brewing goes on twice  a week and thei e is enough beer already stowed itway on tbe premises' to  eibvi.tto.any fear of a beer famiiii"'in  Jte;tc]&toke"'fo*-'*souie time to come.  Tho beer'is'already on sale in itown  and is pronounced by eonoisseurs* to  be first class. . It will no clotibt^find a*  ready sale and the Enterprise Brewery  will keep in the future the place it has  already attained in the fii-st^rank of  Itevelstoke business entei pi ises.  A GENERAL ADVANCE*'  TWENTY THOUSAND MEN WTLL"  FORM ONE FIELD FORCE'*   % ���������  <_���������-  j- ,"iV  ' *- ��������� r  (r^   'Ht*t|  / ~ .* ~"*l  v'*-:?������  ������ii  ^  * s -i   -*1 * v     B  > /,*_,'*',:<'I  Gen. Lockhart is in Command���������Two'and ,*.  a Half Tons'of Gold Will Come Out'of,t"  Alaska by the SL Michael's-Route���������'4  The British Association in Vancouver    ,  (Special to tius HrcR/VLD.) *-_.  ������oNDOX,*Sept. 3-The InVperial Gov:  eminent ,ne sending,i large expedition.-"?' w  of 20,000 men against the Afridis to- '.  crush them with * one"- blow.-"' Gen. - ,*,-  Loc-kh.vit will command the./ foices.- ��������� -"_  The British advance lias been, success- *v  ful at all points. ���������."'    - *. >;v-_ '%'  ViCTOitiA, Sept. -i-^The'Danubeyie-*  turned from   Skagway "on';Siiturelay." ',  The trails are almost imp^Vableowiug-?.^   -i'-?-  to the weather. "_ : ^.-J^. '--"^i  Washington-, Sept.���������^The^Gbyer-,^'}.._,������������������_������-,,~.f,,  nor of Alaska has written iofieci������t'dvy''&j:^'j'������'$*$&f.  Bliss that the imuiediato:shUJment"~'of/-f-j*^'-^-V^?^J.  gold dust by the mouth of- the- *Yiik6n'3'"> A,SJC^SfP'i  will be two and a half tons." *.* *���������'-.' J.'i,  v';-*N\'S"3s������&|  VANCODvmir Sept.1 "irSpme twenty^ ~'������<:'L"C'';?^Mfi|  five eminent British scientists. aTrriveciv, .*"5%V^41,"fi  in   Vancouver  ye-jterdayf--; *They*-i:e4"'-'-' .t-'^^"*^^  ceived  a   public   welcome^ from,* theriV"--i;^r%l!  "f< .1 j^fi^iiM',  f l-> *  . ���������_?-���������"���������,  Ii' i*. *  V-  *���������-���������' r   *-  : > >V.i  TERRITORIAL.  Frank Lallerty, son of Dr. Lifferty.  of Calgary, and II. S. Tobin of Ottawa,  both giaduatcs of the R. M. college at  Kingston, havo been chosen by the  government to survey tbe overland  route from Edmonton to Klondike!.  Insp. Moody and five mounted policemen accompany the party, which left  Calgary for Edmonton on Thursday.  P. D. Campbell and J. B. Benton go  w!th them, as representing the Edmonton merchants.  Howard Douglas -of Calgary, has  been appointed superintendent of the  National Park at Banff in place of  George Stewait, and has taken up his  residence there.  Mr. II. S. C'.iyley, barrister, of Grand  Forks and who st.uted tin* Daily Herald in Calgary, was mariied this week  to tho youngest daughter of Mr. W.  M. Cochrane of Vernon.  towirtbis week.- -He* stated :that "tlie'*'^ _,_,  ,(  C. P. B. would be willing Cpr'cwrjj iiii^-*; J^^|%'^|  exhibit eif.* mineral ^eeiniensr^frbin f -"-^v-*:^?-^  North KootenSy-tcrthe Spokane. Frnit^r'U^Jl'^ffC  "FaTr, which begins on,the5th:_f".next^-, V^-^t^~'*^  month, fiee of charge.,,^Thls"/fairf is' l"'C/r^'S)^i  always a g.itheiing "forimiuiiig ���������nxevt,'^'; %'rP~?\^&  from the west, and a^goudv-e^hibit'ie'ifsw:^ *"������.*r\>Si.\\  iiitterals, frpmxKp-gh^troCenay-jtkwpiild',\  ' ~tit'"-:->i���������-"-;  THE BIG BEND  Notes on Work Going on up the Columbia-River.  The Oie Boll mineral claim is looking- very- well-ancl^as^they��������� sink���������the  better it looks. It is now down about  21,or 22 feet deep. The new house is  just about completed .ami Gus Lund  sajs ho will have all his contracts  fini-Jiccl in a short while, if things  turn out well.      ' l     .  George Roach is np - here to do  asssessment work on tho Good Bye  Jack mineral claim, which is looking  vei y well tinder developetncut. It is a  fico-millnig pioposition and owneel by  II. J. Bourne, of Itevelstoke.  F. Tiombley and Jackson came up  lust week to do some woik on the  Seattle mineral claim on .McCulhiugh  creek, which is also a free-milling golel  proposition.  The Last Chance is working steady.  They are drifting up 'tie.itii for bedrock and expect to strike it very soon.  Joe Dunn and Gus Hetlslroin were  out prospecting last week at the head  of Fiench Clock, but no locations were  made by them. The week before Gus  Iledstiom��������� anel P. Duftuilt weie out  piospectiug and wei������* unsuccessful,  but the week before Gus got holel of a  claim and called it the Klondyke min- claim.  i Klondike Items  Mr. K. J. Herman's spirited team of  reindeers ian away yesterday afternoon on Yukon avenue, extended,  while bringing a load of gold dust to  town, and scattered the yellow sediment around the landscape to such an  extent that several icsiilents from the  States living out that way grew quite  homesick, it was so remindful to them  of the goldenrod, which is their  national flower.  At the bridal breakfast after the  Ring-Bang welding on Dollar Boulevard yesteiday, a full repot t of which a Klarion exclusive, the piece  do resistance was a fillet of bay horse  served on plates of solid gold half an  inch thick. A washtiihful of gold dust  was showered on the happy pair as  they walked down the front steps of  the bride."*, home to their reindeer  slcdirc.  ���������jo  Council, Board of TriideVaud -..various  scientific   societies.     Dr  Ottawa, is one of the patty.C  -'   ,-  '<-*>."  '-' "E**  *"; "t������~r  New  Mexics  Ci  Le  exc  D.lWSOT}*J* of,;  -- X '   'J--","'     J/i*. V   \  3-���������>l-,'_,-*_������������...  .���������*"   '.J" -'5'-'������������������^_***?*"f"  ���������A.-v-iw*'*!  ,.C.'-JJ*__1^_J.^_5,|  ^*f"t  :. .���������;. ��������� irp������i^c>^r.^_ii.opi_enay������tvyouia _._,-,- v f Cs^s  have'an excellenreffpct.~JtsljonW������J������V_4}-,f.^���������^'^'5jLj^  as full nnd complete "lis" pb*bsible,"and^'���������*' '���������^ *lrBV "*^K  rWj. &    t .  ~A--t"-i  '5-e_y^L  above all shoulcPbe so* a*rrangecl\ tis'_ U?  impiesson the mindslof "thespectators"?,  that North Kootenay isa^gi-eati-geilcl*" --,.;���������',': ���������  c-imp, which with'all tlie'new^stfrikes\-*"'*-���������'.'  of free-milling and sulph'iSe-fores''���������;"% 'j-2^*"*'"  should not be a difficult mnt't*er.f^_Ete'v-_,V ^ '"' '','���������*',",  clstoke should make goodher^claim^toV' t ', JI ^A "^  be the business centte "of .the*."district' " ���������'' 'r\'U''-.  by taking this matter tip energetically.''"������- <��������� r/-t%.  It w^ill take some time und,mo.n"sy-/aiid"i.l -, J*'i������.i.* i  "the sei viceiTof a gooel irian to." handle ' ' ' '*.' TH!  the collecting and accompauy. the";ex-';."v ^ '  hibit to Spokane.   \-'->~   '���������> ''~)  '.'''o1""*"'���������'' ~-   "* " *  -HZKB-EEZa  "*��������� ��������� ~,JV���������  Death oi Mrs. Somes.'; -  Much icgiet isfeltih'Revelstoke^andS.,:?'.-.  Arrowhead on account1 of th'e''de^atb_;of,''*'  U  was staying at Arrowhead/.jy.'ii struck-,'}  down   on   Sunday^ with   a.slroke"_of���������;--���������<--.  paralysis and lingered on till ��������� Weilnes-*"-,-,* *,_.  elay   evening., when- she  succumbed.'*.  .  The body was brought up to _Revel-T'"'   '  stoke on Thursday and  buried"yester-*'\< ,  day nt the cemetery.   Thefuneriil wns'?'    ������  laigclv attended by the friends of ."tho,^ ','.  deceased and tKo coffin was beautifully"'  :"'  decorated with flowei*s. The sympathy'*' i ^  of tho whole community^goesoutto*'" "*  the bereaved husband id his^nffli'ction.'  -A  \?>\  The Williams' Directory..  The IlnitALD is in   receipb'of a-.copy1'  of the Williams's Directory of, British  Columbia ]>ublishcd at Victmia. '-The  book gives apparently very complete'  lists of the population of Vancouver/ _.  Victoria and other placesf'on'the coast/ -.  but   there  is   still "rooni for improve-'  ment in.its  inland .lists.---The  Itevelstoke list gives  272 names.' ^Oonservn- *''  live estim-ites made* b'y se'veral'differ-'  ent people give this place a population*  of at least 1200, so that the   Williams '  list is obviously inadequate! -The mis'-*  takes   made   in   the" spelling  of  the    '  names       are       something^ * fearful. _,-  Supt. Duchesnay figures as "DnhWiny  ���������, Supt C. P. K., and B. M'urry Hume'  will be startled to recognize himself as ���������,  Murryhume K. M��������� clerk Hume & Co.'  Neither  J.  J.   Foley nor. E. J. Kerr   "  | appear on  the  Arrowhead list.   Ferguson, Comaplix and Thomson's "Land-.  ing are not to be found* in the l������ook nt"  all.   No accurate idea of thepopufatiou  of  the   province  and particularly of.  "  Kootenay could be gathered   from thes"  book at all. '* -  ���������1 ."���������������  ���������j-������i  *"c?* I  ���������--?*'(  m Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Revelstoke, Jjardcnu, Big Bond,     rout Lako  Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Diatriots.  JOHNSON & PETTIPIECE  Proprietors and Publishers  C. B. HUME & COMPANY  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published in tho  interests ot Rovelstoko and tho uurroiindinR  district, "Wednesdays and tfalurdajs, muklng  closest connections with all trains.  Advertising Hates: Display ads, ~1.~0 per  column loch. f2.00 per Inch when lnsortcd on title  page. Legal ads., 12c per (nonpareil) lino for  first Insertion; 80 for each additional insertion.  Heading notices, 15c por lino each Issue. Birth,  -farrlsKO and Death notices, (roo.  Subscription Rates: By mail or carrier. $2,00  per annum ; tl,"' for six months, strictly in  advance.  Our Job Department: Tins HsitAi.i) Job  Department is ono of tho best equipped  printing offices in West Kootenay, and is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in llrst  class stylo at honest prices Ono prico to all.  No job too large���������none too Bmall���������forus, "tail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: "Vo invito correspondence on any subject of interest to the general  public, and desire a reliable regular correspondent in every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases tho bona fide namo  otthe writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD      *  Revelstoko, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written on one side of die papor only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with tho pr per name  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference to any  thing that has appeared in another paper  must first bo offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in Tins Hekald.  Agent _:  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale M F. R C H A NTS     Retail  AgentB:  Victoria Powder Oo.  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and minors should not leave for tho hills without having a look at this stock. Wc  carry full Hues of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Goodyeai's Kip Boots, Prospectors Shoes (a  special line), II. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths' Anvils and Bellows, Giant Powder 40, 60 and 75 per cant, Fuses  and Detonators.  The Building Boom  Wc have made arrangements to meet the demands which the rapid increaso of orders iii the building  trade has caused this season. Our lines of Builders' Hardware are very complete Nails, wire and cut, all  sizes and kinds; Locks and Knobs, Hinges, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various kinds, Tar Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildcd and Haw; A'aruishcs, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a largo ai}~oilnieul):  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes. ���������  SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER -1, 1807.  The Liberal St. John Glob6 complains of tbe Liberal -Toronto  Globe tbat "it is doing great  injury to sound principles of trade",,  nnd to the Liberal party as well,  by tbe jingoism on this (tbe log  duties) and ou many similar  subjects with which its columns  are now overflowing."' Tbe St.  John Globe does not allow fur the  zeal of a new convert. The  Toronto Globe bas not only to let  the Canadian people know tbat it  is loyal, but it has to destroy their  memory of the articles it used to  print to show tbat to be zealous  for British and Canadian interests  was to divorce tbe Dominion from  tbe continent to which it belonged.  If Queen Victoria's fifty million  Mobamedau subject s become  unitedly aroused ' in connection  with the Indian frontier troubles  Great Britain will have its bands  full. But tbe fact tbat tbe  Mohamedans*can sit still aud see  tbe head of their church���������the  Sultan of Tuikey���������treated as lie  has been by the Christian powers  is evidence that*they have no snap  left in them.  Next month wo 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  IIIIIIW   I !"���������������____��������� I I��������� "III 11 II  I HUH ���������!_��������� ��������� !___������������������!  l^l~W__JIMj~~~--������W-|~^lp-iHFI~'-"Jl"W"|- ������''W**������  SliKiSLAKKO'b'JDKATil.  SOME OF   THE WLIi~D MVSTSP.1E3 Ol'  INNER AFRICA.  CATTLE IN MONTANA  (.Never before'in the history of the  range business of the northwest has  there been such a demand for feeders  from the range as there is at the present time. This week there have been  -no-less-than eleven buyers bero to pick  up feeders, some came to purchase  sheep, but found them so high they  joined the demand for cattle. The  impression seems to be with the buyers that there is absolutely no feed in  eastern Montana and owners arc willing to sacrifice to escape the risk of  winter losses. Their hope to get  cattle for a song will not be gratified;  it. will not be till the last moment.  While many owners- wish to sell, they  will demand a reasonable price which  can be secured ir, localities that are  favoured with feed and some hay. Tbe  idea that Montana is short of feed is  erroneous, hay is short, but there is an  abundance of feed.���������Stock tl rowers'  Journal.  The Miner has been sold to  I-'. C. MotYutt, of the Toronto Globe.  Price 812.000. It is said Mr. Heinze is  behind the buyer.  Geo. Ferguson,  the Cariboo minor, \  was lecturing in Winnipeg last week.  The papers commend his lectures as  interesting and instructive.  In evidence of the widespread intercut taken in the Edmonton route to  the Yukon, a telegram has heen received from the* Ottawa correspondent  of the London Times asking the number of pcrson.s who have left Edmonton for the Yukon by either of the  northern routes. The number is CO by  water and 20 by land already gone,  with eight bv w'alcr and five* by lanel  making ready to start.���������Edmonton  Bulletin.  An Ottawa dispatch is authority for  the statement that F. H. Hesson, collector of customs at Brandon, has  been dismissed. for active political  partisanship, and that Hubert Clement  Graham, M.P.P. lor-South Brandon,  has been appointed in his place. Air.  Graham, it is understood, will assume  his new office on the 15th of September  and his resignation as member for the  South Brandon seat in the Legislature  will be given at once.  Sergeant Raven, of the North-West  Mounted Police, who leltfoi- Skagaway  Hay on the Danube recently, took up  with him lrom this city a large* 'ijuan-  tity of provisions for both the men  and horses of the contingent ot police  who arc now going up, anel ^for those  who have gone up previously. For  the horses there were about 1"0_ bales  of hay and 31 bags of oats, besides a  large cjuantity of other feed, and for  the dogs about 40 boxes of dog bread.  The provisions for the men also  amounted to no small item. Sergeant  Raven also took up lhe nccess.iry  equipment for a postofiico at T.igish  Lake. Inspector Strickland, who,  with five* more constables, will join  the ship Vancouver, bas been appointed to the position of postmaster.���������Victoria Times.  IVeind-ii'a Ketculcil by lite E_._-j)le-._ ntit.n of  J.i* ,*_>. -We-iire De-sitet-t-.t.t Untile Ilc-  l-Ace-u a Luop.u-el mill il Ctuccelilu A  ������>tini>������.- Fish 'llitet ICtllri !j.)  C'einttiet.  Tlu* Wtjinloi'**. of. Ati-ic-n woulil sunu lu  be*   Without  limit,   uvcuiilinir   lo   lhe   i.:-  IJOltu Ot J. li. ti. .MuolL', 'A llU ll,l*> jl.**'  I I'cll Us-WIIlj; M.I11K- of tllt'tll, -Uf. Moon* r  btittu'.ioins aie buckctl lo the l'.-iLisi.  1 loyal e.Ji-11-.'tiiiiliiettl Socit't.v, wliu -it'itt  linn In the .it'.ii: I'uiitiiiciil- Tho loaiill*.  of Ills i-cm-'uilIii's bonier on the ui-u-  vt-lou-. 'Jlii- fcci'iicx lie wilnCMseil iuv  tluillin^   in   lite   extreme.  Hi. .'i.uoi-1--*. object in vUiting Al'rie-'.i  ������":i������ in stiiily llio vaiioud iioiiii-il or-;.iii-  i.-nis llu.t lull I'cc'ii found t-j CMst in  llml j..i.lull- Inn mjs.ti'1 kins Lilt,' Itmiwii  to iiiiliM's .mt] i_.ui-i,pi-a:i-; n.-.  ^:i:i.\ ]'..!.    _\ti! only Air. ."fe.eiii- itmnd  .tl!    lll.ll   III-   Milty-ll.    Illlt   Ml   llllll-ll    ljL'������lll'!->  th.-il I lit* /Odln-ri.slN .-nie! K,>ulo^i\iB mo  i iiljiii.siii>>lir invr  his  i!i-v_..vct_i--=.  Mr. -Moon-, utter i*ci"iliiii_ journey in;.,  t-Mtiuel sis lit of that I.ikv w Inch only  m*. Kiuoi'iMii!, have over looked upo:i  ��������� Jj.-tke ICulcna. It was only- fiom ti iIim-  t.-iut-u that lie s-ttw it. to lie sure, but wttb a good tlettl in iisclf. for i niy  two l'ttropo.itis ever *-t-ii-lit-l the- .-hor-.*  anel nono linio ever Hunted upon iU  waters. OX till the Likes which  ui-e known to civilintion there is ivjne  so surroiiiiik'cl by niy_tt->-y as Iltikwa.  Fatality seems to attach to it. _-o as  European's are concerned, nntl the n.i-  tivoss look iip6n~a^vliite'iiia"ir-w"lie*~str!Vr!*������  to roach it us a mortal, bi'nt tipem  suicide. Mr. Moore had much the s-ini'i  idea, and -i.iincd entire satisfaction by  viewing the lako in perspective.  - It was in Lake Tanf.anyii. i :hat "Mr.  Moore made* hi? most remnrkable th-*-  coveries and ini-itlentallv solved whft  has boon a mystery nnd a fearful one.  tt. both ji.friea.ii and Euro-van. The  tradition in that section nt Afric-t wliie.'h  xunounds Taiijranyi-i i !us many f_i!t9  of lhe prowess of ti g;_rittti; l;.-h which  would rush at the pid.lli-s of n ct.noe*,  drag them from tho hands of tlie wield-  ci-n thereof, upset the cimoc ttnel by mun>  contact kill tlie struggling huuiaos who  were cast  into  the  w.ite-i-.  For once liv-dern experience vcriliecl  r.ncicnt tradition. Mr. .Moon* lcariii*-!  that not only tlitl tliis great _-\i"r,  but that it iierforiiiiU exactly t!m_e iloi*ili  with which it wa-, credite-d. 'file .-idu-  tion of the mystery is -simple. The hi,j is an electric one. In sin.ill.-r form  It is common in tlie Souin Auir.rir.iii  rivers, where swimmers hold it in  terror. The Afriean spce-unon, however  is ot BrobelingDiigian iiiopejrlieni^. am!  darts through the water at a terrific rate.  The source of c-lectrie.-ity. for i*lt*cir!i*it.T  it certainly contains, n-e-nR tn be in  rells in tlie skin. The*-*, give forth a  suffii-aent amount of electric Ihtid to  stun a human being, provi.l.-d the ceiii-  lact with the* fi-h is at all forcible* or i-  with any con-_iele>rabIe imrtioti -.f I lie-  surface of the body. I-'rotn the trr-Mt  danger which is c-ntaileil by omi-mg  about in the* vicinity of f.ich a fi^li. it  has- been fonnel imposfil.l.. to e*at'cli a  cprcimen. and the kno'.vl.elge whie-h Iris  been gained ronec-rning the lish is de-  rive-el from one that evielently tli-el, f.>r  it was cast upon the shore of. the lake  L-y the waves flint never t-raw rnlling.  From what Mr. Moore says, it is no  e.vttgger.iiion lo claim that T.ake Ttin-  gaiiyika !s the finest fishing resort, so far  /in the actual ealching of fish i"*t ennrf*rn  nl, in the world. It may Miunel like a  fairy tale, but it is a fact tlmt it is not  even neeessary to bait e,ni>'������ hnok. so  eager are the fish to capture anything  that seems to b" of an edible natuie.  Mr. Moore's greatest suee-es--. how_\or,  was in tredling. an artilictal minnow being attae-he-el t.i the e-nel of the trollireg  line*,  with  the  half a elozen hooks.  In one instaiire Mr. Mimre ie-p.,rls that  be en light a fish lipe.n every hook on  his line, a feat it is likely his never  been ci'iinled by the most enthusiastic  anil imaginative disciple ������f Izntik Walton.  Another strange fact is that, while in  meisl bodies of water there are only a  limited variety e.f fish, in Tanganjika  the variety is endless. j\imnst every sort  of edible fish that the civilized we*rlj  brown bat it.s prototype in this !.t!t������t  Forhnps It Is nr>t tee-luiieally correct to  soy its pp-totype, because there Ih a  Blight difference, but the roseinbl.mce In  sr> tborougli as to make tlio of  sni.ill   eon.sequenc-e.  Perhaps no expei-ienre of -Mfr. jroore's  will reniatn mtn-e viiiel in bis memory  than his journey through the miasmatic _forest. Uirougli a country    teeming  ���������-. tin pnisonoii'- snakes and savage int-  :i*-ils. when- pme v.itlor was dlRicnlt to ami wliei-t- d.uiger linked nn  ������������������vi ry siile. in Hi., i mint-nc-e ft mil r--liieh  he lnt'1-rel iMii-.i' lhe shoie-s nf T.ii'o*. UttU-  wti. ')*!���������". i. n irtu-ney which the h.v.-ili-  ���������*! I Kin. |- -tin l-uig he-tl.tle-. hofnrs l-tk-  *.ng. The ei-ei-pet:- and iitt.lcrgn.wtA that  e-liig llu* sm fure of "tli.* git'il'iil B.lnng  lhe i'.-iili* il is n"i,p,s.ii.v fo'foiinTr c-m-  "i'l Ihe li'ines of limn* Hitin iitii-- ejjit-i,ig  I' v.-lm 1ms sotiiht lo wifl for  hii.'selr tl-p-rnnie v hie li will t-ltaclt to  .'li-* wbiie nitni who I'.rsl e.'.-pl-,rrs 1,'ic  ���������uikniW" if Unkivn. ttnel jetiinevs  ilu* li'ii'.'tli ami liit-,-.ii!li r-r its t-iirf.i.?e-. '  liitlv two M-hi'e n'.'ii have ever loaelieil  'he sliriie nf llrs |a',e of death. Dr.  fin-;- reie-cd n p.itli lliroiigh tli" sv.imri  i-iil ri-i'i1-. ("nt H-eij wilh f(-ver an-1  '."leeli.d it's, iiii-jr the snulhern (...(] ,,."  'he lake in ISi...*). T.vo ye,!is ;iL'ei Null  'in- "-pleir--:- iiiii'inml to g.iiti lhe shin-'.  -���������I (lie -niil'-tM-.-slei-n s=(](>. Tint wa- nV.  -hev il-el F.nili v.-pic .so worn will*,  '","~~ ti.'t! redueeil by -.fai-valion thai the  -"liis of n>������ l-.i-p t\r<nlt".' them nrit. even  "���������"tuili ft.t -> I"i- *-il'etii thr-:,- gt.-tsn.  '!���������������"������ is. 7,fi\ ?.:"n-r riys. iiolliing li!*.*  *   leng   ioiirnev   (.'ti-o'i-*Ii     the     p-*ri!'ii."<  >_-.-.,���������,,   ;-.,-rv[   .,-   '..,,,.   ft,0   |-..(.|   ���������,,������������������   ,^.  ; ". ���������' "f lh-* tr-vel :��������� th .| life tt'id eivi-  '-.,'j.i .-...-., -.-; ..-'noi more pr.-ettiiis  ���������bm ' T1'" i'l'irney around or iipnn  1 "*'-���������* iln'cv -i. !:<* s-v T-e.-.l.! he alnin-t  'er���������i.i ���������te-i:".-e .r th-* f-^-ner. am?  ���������r--;". ir'.h- r,.t :Sii e.wl to nil hope of ric {  *'.i!STt   to  ti-.e  laitrr.  and .faptin 1 **.is t.-.iel ot������'v three or fmir  for Cor.gir.i. t?i,i'i'ii"iiig. lniliti. Ceylon etiul  Java, beiMiisc e,f tlie g.eal prtiporlioii t'f  liiiiiiin lli'������y ci.iii.iiii. 1-jxaiiiiiiafiiiii .e.f  lhe li'tivi---, i'.fle-r being tiiawii will pl'ive  wliiillier or net I'i.1 I 'ltd t'i'.il iiuality nf  lea  elesiieil has been sti|.pii.*il.     /���������  rl"lie !",tv\\* 'H eheilis'. i-.tfe tea will be  found'nl liie-ll-.ini ."..I ti.ili'iiim sine. |>"r-  ft-'-'.ly foiiiii-tl, li'i'u .! fii. aii'I if el' Oo- gvi'i n i.r ,T:i".in V-iiii'lVs of a  n eeiii.sli eelf.-:-, wi'!l" f'.-.ii-.'oii. _S..ii'.-hniig.  Ir.-Vn, 'Ce.v'eit iiih! .Ittv.i will lie il.n-lc  I'inv.'ii. Ai'.nllii r in',;.--,. I.tiil ni.-ei-vaiu-i*  is to select 1 :���������_������������������-. -,-, li'i-'' wiil avcui'd witii  ll*i> wiilev wiiie-h's-, l-i* ii-cl. if very  I'.iril. Padriu'. '".iijui't* i"i'i''.l. tittt'v  Oiiii'.'ii f'ejiigiilis are' riv b"_-l. with  of A'-s':*ni v.ti-Jei.v anil li-.-i:*y di-tiw Ii-.-j  '.'eylui.s, inclt'eii'.i'.' binkeii 1-.if T'e-l.e*,,  as good spenniis; for uitMiiiitiiJi.iril *���������' ttt*''.  W.ili all kinds of Ilm 'f-.ier fl.ive. ���������������������������!  ��������� Iliiias, first e-rr.p I'.iiiyiii',;'--. Ke.-.:i.!-.  Congous. Oeiloi'gs. .Innaii nntl gir.-n-. fe.-r  seitt wo ter. till vai-i'lles anel iri t',!---, ,.f  Oolong.- :'i-eeii. sr-ente-tl. ??i^,-'iiiw,  Piiklhi.   CltMigwo.   Cnngi'.i--.   lia'it  ti-.**-  big   Indin   :ti"l   Ceyl'-n.   :-tr:   nil   el  ,i  Items of' hit-h-fiiivir.eel lea*: !~i..-iis!,i be  used.���������Th ooklyn Iin gle.  .-.In-.t-.tni'tt: I---...sTi.i *. au^.-^n.  Kmi-ciur i'l-ti*. -U "o.-vt.h e������ Austria  nu\i".ii'i. M:.!-..i 'I'hen-sa's mi.'Iif.tiient io  rie-si'.i'irg the- i.:.-.--- ynn-iay. The e,e-e:i-  s:on v.Mn ������ vi--it:!t.'.e* 1i.t'.ii'.*,.l> fe.f ih'- eris  tiieir rn' ir. V.'hile ir is ge'tter.iHy true  lhat anist.s-���������Itl-e p.ets���������tire- "*l,e.r.i. not  tr.:'.'!'*." :,i*vertl.i*!e*vs, til'.-re is n ni.i;*iif:ie*-  .... %.i ...,,.;.^r.-���������11���������.,.u-,t|._ pinti-^Aiii:^  '-.ig :>rt:=;s t-.s- siiinng :'.ili>:-.!-,s :>ti,i tra'i-  -. rs. >. Sue-'.', a nie: i.s Je.i'.aini F.ii!r;i-x. ii>*  i I'li'bra'.'.'d you.t^ reii'iKor  v, '.!.-���������-;-��������� weric ii ',<. i.ilu* liis faineit:t cijt-'  pt-lriot. Mic-'.'-icl Mn:i!::.ei-.y. _ K.tdriisj  ���������rpiiing from tlt_> r,i.'.!:-. of noverly. A|>-  fneiiile-et! at a ynol!*. In a l',*cl.-<-]:ii:h. lv>  Inter e-iivwl his t me in lb.-* ni ni". where  he> i,-->rnr.l to ri-ii.1 inn! wtile; ;>ic.u.i.> ������  sMiiniiiiug n:.islc-i- in I'i-;i__:i-e. *_",<���������:������ ;t sin  dent in -t Kr-he.'jl f-.v v.-e.e.ii t-a;vivg. nnel  ;.a������ ticai'.i v.(,-,!:tt*.g .--.t l,i*j t ligiii-'l tv.'tle  Of lock'mit'i in I'tc-sbiit-g 'j  !>'.<;.  IU'riii*: year tin -trt i'_-V,b'l;,,ii wn-������  hi-'.l in .*.���������'! .if '.lie L'H-'m'I! Hi'.y'inieiil  leiii'*.. and T.ielnisz -.enr u he ad m A'.e.t-  vu.'i-us^ia v.-e.-e-ej cirvi'ig. which attii'.cti-d  a  /,������)/} Vv*...''"srfv_!.*&-������������  ^   s-7 7;.mi:N3: to :,iakia t������i:;:i::-a  tuueh i'ttentiem, anil l"d tn Ills being -is  rciyeel into tin- htttdio e,f Viele>r TtiKner,  in   Vienna.  His ]irog-,e������s was sii'Ii that lhe I'ress-  btirg aiithori'iies grante'l him a small  pension, which enabled him le> continue  his stiielii's nnd enter the art selnvd e.s  tl pupil eif Ilelln-.t". lie received, in  IK'.Ki, a lirst pri/.e for a **f'hri������t on thn  Cross." Commissions followed for a  monument to King Matthias Corviniis  und the; Maria Tliejcsa monument at  Pressburg. -,  The monument shows the Queen  mounted on horseback attended by e.uo  of her guards, in Ihe c-u������tunie eif the  epoch, hidicaling by bis attituele llie loyally ami love for Iheir beautiful sovereign which so deeply aiiimnteel the Hungarian" that they were icttely to giveS  their lives  f'jr her.  !<'-  -   r  ittmUmikk  IIotv lo Use, Te-nf.  The suggestion to tea dealers by  Joseph JI. Walsh, an expert in seleeting  nntl blending tens, might be followed by  housekee-pers with benefit and siitisf-ie-  tiou. The lirst is the employment of the  softest water procurable.' or tbat which  has been filtered. Tlio next is In boil  the water quickly and Use it iinnirdi itc-  ly upon the boiling point being reni-h"-],  ns overbe.iling inipturt. its ellicney m ex-  tiacting llie full i.tri-nglh and annua  from the le-aves. Water short of boiling  oi roboiled etui only make indifTi-rent  tea, thin, insipid nnd unattractive in  eolor. The time allowed for elitiwing  shoulil vary with the character of lh*  tea���������viz., live or sis minute;" for Chin"  MM  A Xe--.v C'lnzi-.  The members of lho Women's Vegetarian I'liiem iu London have n nerv  ciaze. It is for vegetttrian drcsss. They  havo emit ludcd lhat it is a-i wrong to  kill animals for clothes as for rood. They  want vegelable-boots, vegetable cloves,  te*geta!ile gowns, and even vegetable  t.rte p-iper. They have eleeided that llio  kid, the calf, and the sheep shall be  spared if iheir infhionce can do it.   .J  Till* lllllilli;  IIllIKls.  The-   liaiiil   that    rocks   Die   ei-.-nlle        ji  llootn't rule the worlel to-elay, ,   i  for iic'u. eenseel to'iin our rocking      I  ^    "Iti���������t'nc-ime:ie.ntrsiiniilu-\l ttyl =���������^-^-^���������=-1���������  Now tlie hantls  Unit rule  lhis  planet  -As It whirls nnifliig the stirs      .       j  j\ie* ihe one'-, tlmt i<.,.<t upon and i  Guide   the   giiicclu!   h.ini-lcb.irs.       I i  How tlie 1'eople   of a   Maine Town Keep  It Clean:  Hallowed!. Mo., bas an improvetuent  society which-turns out once a year to  clean lhe. town. Last Jlonday was observed by the society, says The Lewis-  ton Journal.  j\t 7 o'due-k the men aud bovs began  to collect .it City Hull. They converged  from ev'-ry diri't'lion. One liuiiilreil  Htiuug il-,. y .\t-ie mnrsliiiled, tirnieil  w ith rak. s, lioi-.s tiuil hi*iiyy brooms. Mr.  'J'enncy v is eoiniiiaiiilor-iii-chief.  llullnnell is- bud out with four street-!  parallel ie, the K'-'nne-bec anil several  j-trei-ts intersecting tliesc at right angles.  The liuiifind men niul boys were divitled  into hitleen _><]ii:ii]s. Ktte-h sijunel was  put und- r the charge of a coiii|_j>lenl  'nptnin. :u���������l ,i Kimiillantsjits attack was  ii-jide at si\tes-n points. On Third street  Keiilor Mnrsfejii ln*aelee] a hand: un;  "-reond s|r..(.t jM.len e;rimes was v.  e-harge. and fo on. everywhere it ������"���������s  the situ.-, febbb-f, leave.'s. sticks, paper  and otlie-r matter, mine blase nnd all  prsse. ���������f.r(. r.,i;f������_i j���������|��������� Ik...,,,.,, ri1(>1) J,.,|f  p- t!oze-n tw������������-hor������~ trams picked up tlie  heaps nnd liatih d liK-m lo llie river bank.  Xow the nve-r bank might be a thing of  beauty and a delight to the thousands  who pass :a the steamer." but it is. eir  w.-.s, a eollf-ction of as!i heaps ami b-s������  clianly :!,:iiL'j. The Kennebec trie-el f->  ������wf������p lite the other day, but If  '���������niy i-'.t np Idgh enough lo raise tlie  <T,nitt'es.s pieces of paper anil leave them  on  te,- bushes.  While i'k-jp matters were progressing  c-n the streets, appropriate exere-^e-^  were hr-H ,-tt the l,igh sr |,ool grounds.  Most- of the boys ������ere helping on tn"  streets. !,������������������ onoiigh were at the school  he-use to =.-! out two trees to take the  place of a large rock maple, which miMt  ���������-...on lie en! down. Cree-ping ptnnfu were  set out .-Toninl tl,e fencs. nml brief *r-  eiebes mr> held insiele the buileling.  Tliesr. over, most of the pnpiis went lo  e=sisf t'i������ rmprovemt-nt Poeietv in some  v ay. The girls went down to the Old  South e-'hnreh vestry to help gr-f the dinner read;-, for there v. as n grand h-impiet  for tlif coueiui'i-iii'-r heroes, (lie knights  of the r.ike -in,] boe. Tbe laborer "is  woi-lhv of his grub, at least, for ihiriii-  *"i" rnniniug come preltv diriy jobs b ��������� 1  ' "e-n tackled mid ele>wiu*d. Some pesilivn  rinistitifis were rieaneel up wh'th soon  would haie reemired lhe nftcnUnn elf the  Boanl of Tfi'.ilth. A" noon ��������� ;.i>ront-he.l  He- mlvnnre ginrel appent'd nt th"  cTintu-1, Fifl.e.n or Hv..-ii.- of the best  anil li indsoiiiest i-'lrbt l-i town, and '  me*a.->s n gooel deal, made the ve.sli--.- n  scene of delight f-.r a l-.uugiv, weiry  .soul.  Most of |i.- liben-rs wee boys, ant'  rfler half - .ln-.V bunl ve.'; the' beans,  rolls. dof-Iinitt'-. Iniin. 1* -.-f. rake ind  piiiiierens liriipds of pic disn]ipenreHl like  snew betoxc. the- sjin, .    .  Wholesale dealei s in  **j .  Agents I'or K.  \V. Karn Co.'s 'Pianof*. and Llio Goold' Bicycles Co.'s Celcbmlcci  Dicyeki  Revelstoka, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRJECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Rovelstoko.  Preaching sorvices ut 11 a.m. aud 7:110  p.m. Class mooting at the close of the  morning scrvico. "sabbath School and Bible  OJn-jH at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday cvomng at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public are cordially invited. Soe.ts freo.   1<KV, J. A. WOOD. Pastor.  fHUROH OF BNGLAKD ��������� Kevolfitoko  v-' Services: Daily, cveamg prayor5, p.m.  except on Fridays when it is nt 7 p. m.  with eddroeu. Sundays: Holy Communion  8 t*..m.. morning prayer 11. evening pr������ye_r 7:30  First Sunday In mouth Holy Communion at  morning services.  '   - 1 ~* "NIC A. FORD Vicar.  PK**SB\TE11IjvN CHUP.CH-Keyolstoke.  Service every Sunday ut 11 a.m. ami 7:3U  p.m. Bib'e Clius at 2::>0 p.m., to which  all aro welcome, l'roycr meeting tit s p.m,  every Wednesday..   1       REV~P*rD"TMmit7Psstb_7*"'  UOJIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ���������Rovel-  iv stoke., Mass fou:th Bundiiy in month  at 10:30 a.m. ,  REV. FjVTHER l'EYTAVIN.  C. B. JWaelean  ARCHITECT.  Merchant's-Hotel   -- '"'  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good, iiccoiumodiitioii.   Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.   ��������� _ . .  , W.J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ' i  The   largest hotel   in   town.     _ Centrally    located  "Choice 'Wincs,'-'Liquors   ai5cl"~Cigai'3   "'   ~ ~ ���������"   ' _"'-  Best    accominodatiou. Hales    SI    -"icr . day.  St.,.Leon   Hot   Springs,- on   Upper   Arrow  Lake,  j  *     run in  connexion.  and BUILDER  -estimates f iirnishccl. I'lnns nn el spoci-  llcations made. Am also prepared to elo  shop and job work on tho shortcut  notice. StUlpfuction guaranteed iu  every case.   Call or writo for terms.  Main Stroot  Rovolstoko  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Btylo nt Lowest Prices.  DoUCIjAS STRHKT   ���������   Ill-V|._I.STOKI5  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  andBotail  Druggist Calgary  Mail Ordors Promptly Aiteqtletl To.  F. McCarty f  Wholesale  and   Retail  Butcher  "Dealer In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Rovelstoko Station    -   -    B. C  Brown & Clarke, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  When at ..  M, B. C. 1  The gateway toAhe great  East^ootenay   \  geilel liclels '.   assures you every "comfort, cxi|iiisilu  t.iblcs anil eoniiiiotJieiis rcioint,   ���������  lleailciuarturs for cointncrcitil anel  mining men,   Free sample rooms.  Furl Steele Sttigo leaves Kootenay  House    every  TuvEilny.  Strictly First Class S.ADL'R, Propr.  Fop Youp   .  .House Cleaning  Hem! for sample-j of utir Wall  Paper. "Prices from 10c, 121c,  15c up to ~0c a roll. Mail  orders carefully attended lo  Linton Bpotfiepg  Calgary, Alberta  W. G. BIRNEY  Painter  Signs and Paper Hanging  A Specialty.  Address care of Union Hotel  Revelstoko  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial  Workmanship Guaranteed  ������������������������������������      Terms dash  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  Than you can afford Lo."  tbteal   it and   take the  , chances of being caught  1  DpayingSS  e  ialty  Prices  liEE & ATKI^SOH  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages,   Buggies,   Backboards  Democrats,   Road   "Wagons,  Heavy Cartage "Wagons,  j,   Etc., Etc.      H  ���������Second hand Buggies, etc. always  ���������on hand  Write us for"* prices and particulars*.  We can build yon a rig to order  they can't be beat.  CHUGHRY,  it  -HIiBEf}TH.  ts All in the Kootenay Guide  = i  i *rynsg*.  r.fc-swiaim'^^  .'/*  *?->:���������  IN THE OLD EARN LOFT.  ���������'  I  ;s  }  B-  7V-  i  'Tis thirty ye-tus or  llicri'iibouts        - '.'  Slnci'   1   iisuil  io  roll ttvel  play  Ami iurn nil kinds of i.utni'1-stiiilts  On the.- rich ami  fitu;uint liny  A-luinpliii;  unil u-iuiubliitn'  On llie liny so swe-i-1 nntl toft,  .\l  niy lionu- uwtiy btic1." }-ou,tc-r,  lit  llu- oltl  Utt:u loft.  How the plui'Oiis useil I,', Qui it,  Ami sit in ut out unil ~ru.  Anil niiike I i\ i- tu une iiiiullit'r.  Ijll.e Mioi'lheiiils uscil in tin,  IVliIlc* I   wnlkid   lite risky crosibcara,  111-i-liuubi-ic-il liliih nlufl.  With lintf Inti-ni of ftilllntt,  lit  thu oltl  burn  loft.  linn-   I   usc'il   tei   frlshte-n   hlstcr,  Who wits- looking fur the curs,  jVs 1  eliHicli-d  tlicic,   lic-ml ilnmiward,  llolellni;  by  my  less;  Anil,  slvlnj," ihe-iti  ii   swltif.' or two,  I'll strike-  tlu. liny  sn snft  Al mv lionie* uwny line-1; yc.ntjjvj..  Iii  the olel burn loft.  Tin* twlitfrlns ot the* switllowH.  While making heuiii's- ut  inuil;  Tin- Klecful K.tuie of hide nml seek,  The slip, the sudden thud;  The piitti'iliif! of tin- riilnelt'opu  Abun- llio liny set) Kofi,  Ate  mpiiiorlcs still   eliiif-'lnr;  Of the old bnrn loft.  ���������S.  .\.  Harrison.  TURKISH PATRIOTISM.  Where   tlie Mmiey   to  l-qulp   the   Army  Comes "rom.  The S.ilonicu correspondent ot Tin."  New York Herald ���������ivrttcs: "l'Aoplo uris  askiiis whence eoinos the enoimous urn-  mint o������ money'lii'cessttry to support the  large army Turkey litis now equipped  nntl which bhe iiiaitittiius iu a manner  which.mouses the onthiniiism of till military writers. JjCt me iiuote the wonls  eif Mielhnt Kffouili, the v. ell-knowii Turlc-  ish patriot and nutlior, who explained ti>  me a few months sijjo Turkey was  nl way. in n position to make war. He  said :  "'In limo of war every true Turk will  deprive himself ot till luxury ot food, lie  will eat neither butler nor any lieh food.  So loup us the war lasts we Turks fast,  so that our soldiers may r������sit. in order  that ihey may tiirht. h'or lhat purpose  we deprive omselves of all hut the absolute nece-sMiries, in otder'ttittt \vi> may  ���������rive whatever money that we mislic  otherwise spend to the army.'   -  ���������"Thus it is that enormous sums are  poured into tho Turkish war chest by  private individuals. That is why tho  Turkish soldier always rinds himself possessed of cash wherewith to buy lu'ecs-  sa t ies. - _. .  -  "lint 'there are Turks also wfio lni"c  equipped bodies of volunteers nt their  own expense. l-'or instance, the Albanians, "who started on 'i'liuiseluy last,  ItiOO of them, and about whom I wrote  you. were reciuited 'ami equipped, by  Utielji Chnkri Hey.-a notable ot ilskuh.  vho himself took the leadership of that  warlike looking baud. To each .volunteer, in addition to-his equipment. Hadji  Hoy. presented two pounds In Turkish  money. Further, he.supplied tlicm liber;  ally   with  provisions.  "Another Albanian notable. Hadji  Cherif Aga. placed himself at the head  of SOO Aulunteers, whom he likewise  equipped aud supplied with funds and  provisions. Specimens ot such like currents at plcctric patriotism abound. If  not lii'one particular way it is in another. Tradespeople of the richor���������classes  ask no money for the time being of lho  Government anil "supply to tin: utmost of  iheir power all, war requisites. One  will, supply larjro quantities of canvas  * tents, another ������1000 worth of biscuit.-, nnd so on. 'To the,Turk,' as Mid-  hat i-.tfei.ili said. Mil wars are pucreil,'  lind every good Turk considers jt his  caere.! duty to p.vo his utmost possiblC-to  the cause of war.  "I.noted the other day the case,of i  4iiiiiII boy proudly going to the si>at of  war. I have soon several more since  llien. cleanly and thoroughly equipped,  and that with the minute care which  tells of  a  woman's liniul.  '"Hut theie are likewise interesliiie;  wises- .���������.���������f aged '.warriors coming to the  foil', i-.'-ii;* more *-o thtiri-ll.iil.ji All Ajra  i"ir Prici.'Mi.'i. 110 years ot nge, nnd who  un Tlmii":..v lust left with the Albanian  voIhiiIccij.."* It bis seventh -cam-  . pttign." '     How lo liny Shoes.  Dr. fsnnllK'1 Appleton gives some rules  about footwear which every person will  derive comfort in heeding: .  ���������"veer wear  a  shoe,that  will'not  al-  *nnw"~"lie  grear"foe-"l(r"lie��������� iu"ir~straisht  Keep Your  Eye  on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  au  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  -_M~������>  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 Five'Group  Wagner, Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry-Group  Blaokbimi Group  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains from 3 to 18 claims  /*'?/ GLtMoHrtRf Cxcuf  ��������������� ST. aLficKOVAAl,.    *.  . H HOA.N   , ���������      -  ���������  V O/IANT ���������     ������ '-  " & CtlttirploAtAL'Atl ,-   ^  *������ 6 Pool    - - '  - 7 QA& Jeeeir    "        <������      '  ' * IICLCNn    *       '    ���������  .5- r*.LLy /-flJlt*. . _ . .  - " to  iiucla  .. //   AJ������o ClAJy - .  - 17.   WHir������ &IAIL.  \ 13 G/ttY'SAf^������  ������*/i*   lA/ACAfffA '     '  - tr aooot        ,_  ������  ��������� l& Glach fimneC     < "  ��������� ty AricnicAH At*.  - IS Silvea SrAA. '       -  . 1} SlLVtA. CUPx  -    ������ SO  IVlLO Sh/AA/    >  . JI  GOLM /</nns      '  '        j  ��������� JA flHSAKAM N!l     -  - ������* ArKttJSOtl ~      .  -������c* SeAfloLLfy.necrer  - -J* fiAMCY     GAecJI*.  ��������� -*    l?E2>   CJV/tf/.-  ��������� -}   AM.ACK   CACl C  *-_M_?_GJtv. r ^rtlfrS ti ,V -  _/-v*-  j'siri*  -*":*"-J3|  ���������mm  '-;*,i*  J ^>l  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview _ /_" Badshot '-'c y'  Old Sonoma Black Prince  *-?.ts,*:  ''-Pv  ,_,._.,     . //&'  Gt eat Northern     * Silver "Queen-   ,'���������$!&'  Hillside  Sunshine  :,True .Fissurey, %^:Al  Towser  Silver Cup-1'  -'<"?-.  All within a radius of 1 to6 miles���������-'<.''-i'-l^M-l  '   /-s    .\~>-   ".'     *    , *   ,' * *-*    ~ - '  *"'foV-^ ji  --j-i-L^-'<y<lm\  .    *      II   1     ���������<   nf ;jiL     ,,': ������������������   ,v--\'3-v.?i  j-       '������/   ^.-D-'ir/V^^S.^:  '*  -i      ".-������������������*": it-s- '.ai,--"'-.'el*.*���������%'&&:  ,-Wy' - .w>s-if:--''"'Si  *     '     ' *bx tf&f  ���������<;,  Ferguson is thefcflTerminus  or   the   projected "Lardeau   Railway���������to   be   built   this- summer.  At the present ground floor price the best real'estate investment on  -   * -      -      -     .the market is FERGUSON lots. ��������� ,   .  W:. H. VICKERS  AGENT FERGUSON' TOWNSITE  *������-  >*  J"JS'*'_!'������'I  _   s    '        t  ^ il--i,-JL~"-vV  "  A Corner Lot at $16Q:^^oribsi^SS  for $40.down  An Inside Lot at $UO c^������.^S^d:*  MORE CLONDIKE GOLD  THE STEAMER   PORTLAND RE-  * TURNS WITH ANOTHER LOT  line.  Never! wear a shoe with a sole-ntir-  leiwer than the'oulline ot the foot traced  with a pencil close uuder the rounding  edge.  Never wear a shoe that pinches the  heel.        - -  Never wear a shoo so large in the heel  lhat the foot is not kept m place.  Never wear a shoe that litis eleprcs'  sleinK in any part of the sole to drop any  joint or bearing below the level plane.  Never wear a shoe with the toe turning up very much, as this causes tho  etu ils on the upper part of the foot to  contract. - .  .  Xi'ier wear ti shoe that presses up into  lhe hollow of the foot. -  J Never have the top of the boots tight,  ' n������ it interfered with the action ot the  calf muscles makes one walk badly nnd  t-ixtils lhe shape nt the nnklc.  Never come from high lippls to low  heels at one jump.  Xprer wear one.pair of shoes nil the  lime unless obliged to do so. Two pairs  at heiots worn n day nt a time alternately give more service aud are much more  healthful.    ��������� ,. .  JCrver wear leather sole linings to  Miind upon. White cotton drilling or  linen  i**  W4Cb better  and more  health-  '"������������������ , ...  Never wear a snort stocking, or one  Mliich, after being wanlied. is nut, nt  least, one-half inch longer Ihnn the foot.  Hear in mind that stockings shrink. Bo  sure that they will allow your toes lo  spread out to extreme ends ns this  Leeps the joints in place and makes ti  "troj 5 and attractive foot. .As to shape  nt stockings, the single digital or "ono  toe stocking" is the; bc'st.  Never think that the feet will grow  Inrcc from wearing proper shoes, rineli-  ing and distorting makes them grow not  only large but unsightly. A proper, na-  liiral use ot all the muscles makes theni  compact and attractive.���������Health Cul-  lure.  -Wrecked l>y Magnetism.  The tale of Uie great magnetic mountain that, acting as a lingo loadstone,  drew Sindbncl's ship to elestrue'lioii,  which is one of the most delightful ut  the "Arabian Nights" narr.ilives wouM  poem to have some basis in fact if those  saved from (he wreck ot the I"ntisU  transport Warren IIastiii);s are to be  lielieved. This steamship was wree-kca  on the Isle ol TliMiuion. nt n. time* when  tho Iteiinion volciiuo was very active,  and il is claimed the* eiiiplinti caused the  atmosphere "to be* lie*nvily chargeel with  magnetism," so that the coiupna. was  deflected und the ship ceiiiseviuontly  wrc*ofc.������*". j\s tliis lias never leeen no������  liccel before in connection with a ve-i-  opl's neaniesB lei cwtive veleanoes. the  Tlritish udiuirnlty has heen asked to ev-  iiiiiiiic inlo so important a <nu*stlon. Klec-  IrieHj". It i" known, is abundantly dc-  vc-lniAil during nn eruntinti, .-fnd uiag-  netir-alion may be i>e>','<i,>Ir"  Over Half a Million Dollars Worth���������  ���������Ex-Mounted   Policeman   Gowler  ,r Brings Home- a Bag Full���������Shiploads of it in the Clondike  Seattle, August .30.���������The steamer  Portland arrived this moriiinp; fourteen  hours aftcFslie"*was~"sightPd_olI-Cape  Flattery. -She carried on board 13  Clondike miners, each of whom  brought only a small part of his stake.  Although reports that the Portland  brought a great treasure had been  circulated, 'the actual vahie of gold  dust on board was perhaps about  ������573,000.  XV,. R. Gowler, of Popular Point,  Manitoba, an cx-nieinber of the North-  West Mounted Police, was on board  with a big sack or gold dust. lie says  ninny members of the Mounted Police  made! big amounts hu>i winter.  NEWS  BY  GABLE  A Marseilles Demonstration Results in a  Demand for Free Coin���������Death ol a  Punch Contributor. ._,  MAitSEll-l.ES, August 30���������A peaceful  demonstration, in which 3.000 persons  headed by the Mayor, piuticipated,  took place heie yesterday.' Several  deputies were also present. It wes  decided to send a resolution to the  Go_ycrnmentJn_fayam__pf_tl_Le__^eil_i_t__on_  of the duty on grain."  'SHE MjVKES jVXOTIIEB TRIP     ���������  Melbourne, August 30. ��������� The ss.  Moana has sailed from Sydney*-with  600,000 sovereigns for San Francisco.  ,    A JOURNALIST DIES  London, August 30.���������The death is  announced of E. J. Millikin, a well  known contributor to Puuch.  THE PREMIER'S RETURN  SIR WILFRED AND LADY LAURIER AT HOME    ..  A Grand Reception at Quebec���������The  Premier Looks. Well and Has Great  Confidence in the Future of' the  Canadian' People  Quebec, August 30.���������Sir Wilfrid and  Lady Laurier arc again on Canadian  soil. ' They wci e met down the river  by a huge number ot persons. The  Premier looks healthy and is delighted  with his trip, which seems to have  agreed with him. His hopes of Canadian prosperity an* sanguine. There  were 20,000 peoplo at the reception in  Victoria Park. Greatest enthusiasm  characterized the gathering.'  THE ZIONIST CONGRESS  SERIOUS RIOTS  THE  LABOUR -TROUBLE  BUDA PEST  AT  Strikers Attack Men at Work���������  ���������Several Injured���������Over a Hundred  Arrests Made.    -; .,  Buda Pest, August 31.���������The strike  of the building trades unions continues * to grow more serious. The  striking brick aniVbtone-iriiisbns macle  a fierce attack today upon the men at  work. They assailed them with  volleys of stones, liioting ensued in  which ninny on both sides were  seriously injured. The police finally  quelled the disturbance and made  1^3 arrests.  A HOLY WAR  Unanimously Agrees on a  Programme  -  for    Restoring    Palestine    to    the  Jews i  Bj*.SLE,Switzerland, August 30.���������The  Zionist congress opened yesterday.  Two hundred delegates from various  parts of Europe are in attendance.  Xhe congress will discuss a plan for  the purchase of Palestine and the  settlement there of Jews. Dr. Hei ���������i  the originator- of the scheme, and Dr.  Nordau were elected presidents.  Basal, Switzerland, August 31.���������AI  yesterday's session of the Zionist Congress the delegates present unanimously adopted enthusiasm  the programme for re-establishing the  Hebrews in Palestine with publicly  recognized rights."  THE OLD STORY  rneieTKlly ->~ llrrlln.  Purine   (be liu-t   winter  scme-dcr   the  V-ivcr-it" cf lit'din had 70-0 3tudei������Ui  The Powers Cant Agree   Over Turkey  ��������� Salisbury's        Scheme Falls  Through  Constantinople, August 31. ���������Lord  Salisbury's proposal for a joint guarantee o'ftne indemnity to be paid  Turkey by Greece litis fallen through,  owing to Russia's reluctance and  Germany's jealousy.  HER MAIDEN VOYAGE  Tacoma, August 31.���������The steamer  Columbia has arrived on her maiden  voyngc from Yokohama with 12~  passengers and a full cargo of freight.  Shi* was delayed on several occasions,  being forced to lie lo 21 hours on  account of breaking her marhinery.  Several lircnien died from the  and were burieel at sea.  THE BRITISH SCIENTISTS  -Will  Arrival of the Party in Winnipeg-  Be Here Tomorrow.  Winnipeg, August 30.���������A number  of members of the British Association  reached here on Saturday and were  given a big reception at the Manitoba  Hotel.  Representatives of the#local cabinet,  the Mayor of the city and members cj  the city council were present.  The distinguished guests left for the  west last evening.  Prospects of a Bitter Religious Contest  * in Afghanistan.  Pakis, August 31.��������� Intelligence bus  been received hero of an impending  conllict in Afghanistan. It is abscii-ted  that the Ameer has ordered thu faithful to hold thcmselvcK in readiness for  a holy war. Groat excitement is reported throughout the Ameer's country as a result of tho order. A meeting of the Mullahs i.s being hold at  Cabul at which tho situation is being  thoroughly discussed. - ������  t-.-vf' I  -i >-.    -k-v"-_I  -; -*' '-w "  POLICEMAN STABBED  Port  Arthur's    Constable   Murderously  Attacked by a Finlander.  Port Arthur, August 31.���������Chief of  Police Nichols was clangerouslv stabbed on Cumberland street by a Fin-  lander yesterday. There arc several  wounds on each side ' of the* throat.  The assailant was arrested.   The Postmaster-General has issued a  condensed postal guide of tlie Dominion of Canada, containing the principal regulations embraced in the official  postal guide, corrected to May 1st,  1807. It is very conveniently arranged  andean be obtained from the -post-  office here.   Price, three'eents.  TrjE EV-GLSONS MM  Incorporated by Ac of Parliament, 1505  TO CURB ANARCHISTS'  A Movement for International   Measures  on Foot  Paris, August 30.���������Le Dupeche Col- says Germany and Spam are  trying to induce America, Great  Britain and Switzerland to join in international measures for tlie survcil-.  lance of anarchists. It is expected  that a diplomatic conference on the  subject will shortly be held in Brussels.  SIXTY PER CENT  Of  Manitoba's  Sunday-  Crop Was Cut Up  A Thief Escapes  to  Engineer Jennings who has been  selected by; the Government to make a  topographical survey of tbe North  Pacific coast passes, lakes, etc., in  order to find the best route to the  Yukon, passed through Winnipeg  with his party recently. While not  wishing to be understoo'd as speaking  officially, Jennings expressed his opinion as an individual, that the route  via Edmonton through lhe Yellow  Head pass to the upper waters of the  Fraser, and from the Great Bend to  I tbe Liard, was feasible aud attractive  because wagons could then  for packing.  Winnipeg, August 30.���������Competent  authorities e'stimeite that fully 00 per  cent of Manitoba's crop was cut up to  Saturday night.  Jas. Finn, under sentence for shop  bieaking and theft, escaped from the  Provincial jjil last Thursday. Guards  have been on the chase ever since and  recaptured tho prisoner this morning  ic" Huuibolt. Minnesota.  Paid up Capital     -     $2,G0Q,CG0  RestFurid   -    -    -    1,400,000  Head Oflice���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J."P. Clcghorn  H. Markland Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individu:ils,firms.  bankers anti municipal aud other  corporations.  Interest allowed on i deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES:  MPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital    -   $1,963,600  Reserve    - _- -_-    1,156,800  Direotore  H. S. Howland, President  T.*a.Merntt,Yice Bres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner,  ,  ������>. R. Wilkie. General Manager. ������  _ North West, and British Columbia  Brandon      Portage la   ,     Vemcouvei  Calgary , ,      Prairie Winnipeg *  Edmonton  Prince Albert Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines * ~  Agents- in   Great- Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in tho United States���������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  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased     "       A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  s St."Branch.  Morrishui'g.Ont.  Norwich, Ont.  Ottawa, Ont,  Owen Sound, Ont.  Itidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto Junc'n,Onl  Trenton, Ont,  Waterloo, Ont  Woods lock,Ont  Winnipeg, Man  CALGARV BRANCH  H. B. Wilson,'f*"\Igr.  "VUVWUFKO  KKAKCII  T. 8. P-ttepoe. BTanagrGr  John L. Sullivan, angered at the  refusal of Mayor Quincy, of Boston, to  shake hands with him, has announced  himself as a candidate for the chief  magistracy of the bean-eaters' city, on  a platform that any man good enough  D3 used | to vote is good enough to shake hands  I with anybody.  ^evelslo!\8 Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  v*.'--.  anadian .  ��������� . ������-���������U-    ������������������%'������- ���������  SOO PACIPICXINE  *.,-.**" _  ' * i-,  Cheapest, quickestiand best route  Toronto. Hew Y6ri^~Pb_IadeIphIa, " *  ~ Montr__!,E_stc_ KaUrax^ttU^^51^"  . . Eastern and Buvopeaa'PoLats   v .  Tourist Cars *' leave Revelstoke s  daily fore St.,Paul:-for*.Toronto ,  every Monday;.and'for, Montreal-  and Boston every.Thursday, i ���������*:-"'"_''  Train leaves'. Revelstoke' for all *  points south daily,except Sunday:  arriving daily egcqpt Monday. ':    *  Empress of Indiaj Empress-of-  Japan andEmpress of China sailintr *  every four weeks for*China and"  Japan. "'       ,���������*"���������*���������   *������'_.���������-,_;.   - *.  , ~  Warimooi Miowera and 'iiorariki'.  sailing every four weeks for;Honolulu, Suava and all Australian and  "New Zealand, ports. ;- ~ ������������������ ^ -.**..     \  For full partlmiUrs apply to ne*resl * *-*";  -     O-P.R. Agent or to  *.���������        . v  ���������   -T. W.-BRADSHAW,- '  -Agent, Revelstoke.  __    H. M-H*CGRBGOB,i - .   -.   j  TravelUtw PMtenger Agent;   ebon.-  EJ.COYIjK, Dte. Puaenger A������-iit.y������ooonTer  -* I - -  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmithing* Jobbine  Plumbi-"!?-   Pipe Fittin  Tinsmithine:  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty���������^  RO   T. GORDO  Revelstoke Stn.  Spokane Falls and JloptJiepn,,  .Nelson and! Ffc.SJieppard ^;  Red -Mountain Rye.'  care tahteeon Bpokane. HorthEort, KoSfland  ' \-_  "-,������������������_���������&���������  MITCHELL   &  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS.  DAILY     EXCEPT     ' SUNDA Y...-.  LKAVX. -      NORl-lPOnT    " AKBITI.  ^S-S"-0-       - FwmSpotane-,  F^SfiSSia-; -���������������������������������������������ftai-fiSal-  lda������S?~      *            ��������� "*   .������rom:i~cl������kl  iJop.m '.2:������,-  _. Oloae oemnecUona atltolaon���������-1th nttuuni i^*  fiwK������������k>Mid������UKooteMyLB]r_iiSi������!^^ :  Creek connect at Marooa wlthsUtca dSlrT^-  ikr  1  cv"/^*-. L  IfYouJIavear. :   ; ^    -  .Mine; toSell  '-- "*- '* it-  or wish a company* formed; or   " '  want to buy a mine or shares * -  in any mine^- want to invest in     '  Spokane real estate or wish to     *  make a borrow,write at onceto I  ->*-"-. Si  rh  "  1-" s  'li  -i(  ft!  u ���������  CI  il  It'  ���������saflCBB^Bfi^.  Big  Snow Storms  Will Soon be here. You  want to get those rooms  papered. We have in  stock a full line of  Wall Paper and Stationery of ali kinds.  Also a Complete  line of Pure Drugs,  Chemicals and Assayers'  Supplies. Try Our Quinine, Iron and Wine,  one of the Best Tonics  Known.  Prescriptions    Dispensed     Day      or  Night.  The New Corner Store���������  panada Drug &  Chas. R. JMacdonald, Manager.  REVELSTOKE STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and  General Items Round ��������� and  About Revelstoke.  * See those Mackiuaw coats and  pants at Coursier's.  Geo. Ferguson was lecturing in AVinnipeg hist week.  Next Monday is Labor Day, a Dominion public holiday.  + A nice fresh lot-of shirts and ties  just opened up at C. B. Hume to Co's.  Mr. H. A. Brown lefton Wednesday  for a few days shooting in the Eagle  Pass,  * Another lot of those comfortable,  tough-wearing prospectors' boots at  Co ursier's.  Archdeacon Small of .Lytton, spent  a few dtiys this week in town with  -Rev.' F. A. Ford.  -" i Mens' and Boys' Ready-made  Clothing. A big consignment just arrived at C. B. Humo-fe Bo's.  Mr. W.-Hr1*1 Viekers, the Ferguson  townsite agent, was in town this week.  He reports things quiet in Ferguson.  Insp. Starnes and one mounted  police constable went through to the  coast Thursday, en route for Klondike.  Rev. F. YollnnJ is going to take the  church at Donald fin- a month, until  the return of the Bishop of New AVest-  niinster from England. f  The special general meeting Of the  Board of Trade is going on  this after-  ���������nbon~to"-"dis"ciiss~thV_iro-p%seere__;liibir  of Norlh-ICootenay's mineral resources  at the Spokaue Fruit Fair.  Contractor Hyatt has started work  on Mr. John Aikenhead's new building  for a jeweller's store, which is being  put up between Mr. Abrahanison's  private' residence and Mr. Atkins'  house.  G. F. King and the Patterson Bros,  are putting up a new hotel at Albert  Canyon, which is becoming quite a  lively camp. Mr. R. Patterson was in  town, yesterday buying supplies for the  dining room er.d of the establishment  which it nearly ready to be opened.  The Methodist church Sunday school  picnic will be hold (weather permitting)  on Monday next at the grove at the  rear of Mr. Fred Fraser's residence  across the Columbia river. Friends  and parents are requested to  bring along their baskets. The  children will leave the church at 10:30  for the picnic grounds.  J. Hamilton of Calgary, has made  arrangements to winter horses fiom  'Revelstoke near Calgary this winter.  The 1 ail way charges arc only .~2 each  way, and the cost of herding will be  oue dollar a month. Ten dollars will  keep a horse all winter and send, him  ���������lack rolling fat in the spring.  A promising copper property is sitn-  "ated near Gainer Creek, known as the  Copper King, Assays have given 21.5  per cent, copper, 13 oz. in silver and  f>onie gold. It is owned by some of  the Trout Lake Mining Company and  will be developed as soon as shipping  facilities begin to improve in the district.  Mr. R. M. Grogan. of the firm of  Rolt to Grogan. mining brokers, Rossland, returned on Thursday from a  visit to the Red Jacket and May Day  claims on Shuswap Lake, in which his  firm are interested. The claims arc  situated 26 miles from Sicamous, close  to the shoie of the lake, and are shewing up with great promise under development. The ledges in the district  are veiy strong, and the oie is of excellent appearance.  * All kinds of stoves aL Coui'siur's.  Mrs. T. AV. Hi'iidsluiw, of l.cvclslokc  and Miss Uradshtuv, of St. Thomas,  Out., iiro the guests of Mrs. J. M. Aim-  grogor, 810 Hornby .Uvet.���������News.Advertiser.  A big crowd of miners from tho  Lanark wt'i-u paid oil' today at lho  Imperial bank. Musi of them wero  Americans nntl some of llicin doiniind-  cd American money.  Mr. ami Mrs. Grunt-Go van and Col.  Anstey left for England on Thursday.  Mr. Grant-Govan hit cutis lu form a  sepai-ntc company to run tho Tangier.  General-Manager Wilkio of the Imperial Bank, spent Thursday iu town.  He was much sti-ncl" with lliu evidences of progress shewing up on all  sides.  By a curious coincidence, Lioi.t.-Gov-  criinr Dewtlney and his double, Mr.  McGregor, the insurance agent, were  both staying at thu Hotel Revelstoke  on Wednesday.  There will he another detachment of  mounted policemen0 together with  their train dogs, and a number of gold  hunters from the east through for  Klondike on the 10th. The party will  number altogether about a hundred.  Tho advance guard of an effete and  luxurious civilization is penetrating  into the Big Benel. XV. Whitmore,  alias Wild Bill, took up on. the hist  steamer a regular bedstead, a bigstove,  and ti rocking chair. He is bound to  make things comfortable at his stopping place on Carnes Creek for' the  wandering tourist and summer girl,  if it tak'-M a leg.  Prof. N.-iton came down on the  Lytton on Tbiusday. lie has been  much delayed in prospecting the bud-  rock of thu U. S. and British Columbia  Cu's. placer claims on Smith Creek by  the non-arrival eif some force pumps,  which should be bore by now. He  has in consequence nothing of much  importance to report.  The Lytton came back at 11 o'clock  on Thursday after milking the quickest trip on record to Lapnrto and back.  Shu made Laporte at 7 o'clock -on  Wednesday after landing 10 tous of  freight on the way and making the  nuci'bsai-y stops to wood np. Shu left  on Thursday for Nakusp. where* she*  will go into dock for the next six  weeks for an overhauling.  ' *An immense stock of cloth suitable  for suits, overcoats anti trousers has  just been received at It. S. Wilson's,  Metchant Tailor. The Excelsior fashions* received every month from  Chicago and Now York and are the  most complete published on the con  tiuent. Our ready-made clothing is  complete in cvci y line and we make  any nccussaiy alterations, rendering  them equal to clothes ordered in the  east. Our terms are c.ish and our  prices in consequence low.  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh of Rossland, and  Mr. C. T. Porter of Spokane*, who aie  interested in the Wagner Group, weie  registered al tho Hotel Ilevelittike on  Thursday. There are six men working  on the mine sinking a winze in the  end of the GO foot tunnel alongside of  the-leael.���������The-o wnw s -intend-; to-pnt-  this winze in about 100 feet, by which  time they think they will know pretty  well what they have got in the mine.  The lead was cut in thu top level at iOO  feet, and was crosscut seven feet each  wtiy, tis well as in the GO foot or lower  level. The mine is shewing up most  favorably under development.  Peter Costello, a Spokane tough,  kicked a Rossland lawyer called  Cionyn into insensibility on Wednes-  day. He was in chaige of a eewer  in wliich a man called Youngd "use  was killed by a cave in. Cronyn was  examining the ditch by oider of tlu*  coronor, and was down in the sewer  with his heael on a. level with the top,  when without a word Costello drew  back his foot and kicked the defenceless man on thu side of the head. The  injured man full hack unconscious.  Costello was instantly arretted ami  was held in 810,000 bond, which naturally leaves him in Earlier in the  morning he told another man, who  was looking in the ditch that if he hael  him in the Suites he would smash him.  Judge Forin is trying him today under  the Speedy Trials Act.  The New Denver Ledge reprints an  item from the Herald in order that  Mr. Shaughnessy may have an opportunity of seeing it. Thanks so very  much. ' Our contemporary's thoughtful net of kindness is, however,  unnecessary. All the C. P. R. officials  get the HkRjVLD. Some of them have  their copies marked "Personal," so  that the cleiks in tbe oflice may not  grab them up and get away with them  before the boss comes along to sign  papers and draw his little cheque.  You see Revelstoke is quite an important railway point. It is the Clapham  junction of Kootenay, in which case  New Denver must be, the Herald  supposes, its Worinwooel Scrubs.  However, the Ledge need not despair.  Some day some: one will come along  and build a. littles two bit tuike*y trail  into Silverton, where the mines are,  and then no doubt New Denver will  be able to make - arrangements for a  ling station. Not this year,'of course;  some either year���������when the traffic  warrants it.  "The Herald" for Job Printing.  ��������� Lust Sunday tho little two year old  daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Steed of  Trail, was seized with a violent fit of  coughing, which dislodged thu peanut  kernel, which htid been in the child's  windpipu for nearly nine weeks,  Eli Carpenter, the discoverer of  Carpenter Creek and one of Ihueiirlii'i-t  pioneers til' the Slocan, went  through yesterday on his way to Edmonton, wlieru he will onKit for lho  Yukon. In spile of his 0.1 yours Mr.  Carpenter is cniilhlent in his powers of  making the trip and striking pay eliit  on thu Yukon.  ABSTRACT   OF   RECORDS  Revelstoke Mining Division to Date  LOCATION'!*.  Aug. an.���������Lust Chiini'o, Kevstono .Ml, T' It  Peterson; Sunset. KovMone Mi, .1 l'rlsljvj Sunrise fruciltin. Keystone "11, J Ituiirliloj.  j\iijjt. :H.���������ito'j Hoy, Ijiiforino eteek, A McGregor;.lolin A, tiriuiilvicu*. ,1 A Me'latter; Prairie  Clint-lie, tiriuiilvicw, ej J! JleCltiskey.  Sept. 1.���������Klondike, Holiday Creek, tills lled-  Mrom; Oriole, Holiday creek, J I-'i'l-d'}*; Prince  Itoyal. *ief,i uen McCulloiigli mid Camp t-ieeks,  John l-*i-asui*.  Sept. 2.���������ISO*..* fraction, r.nfornic creek. (! Wil-  Mtin; Granel View, I.ttforine creek, Si jMi-Murt>;  I'lorn Dell, 1-aformei'ieek, Ktl jltliilr.  Fept. :t.���������Northern Swan, How nie creek, II  Orthlng; Northern Hem er, Downie c-ieek, II  Orthiug.  TRAXSrERs.  .\u<;. 30.���������Waverley, Montague, blelhnin, Tangier, Detroit, Xetliurc'liiuy,Vniicoiiver fraction,  bpitler fraction ati'I l-*ly fraction, .lolin Grunt to  Gnlilliclds of Untlsli Columbia, Ltd; Stranlicnj  fraction, John Grant to Goldlleld*, of British  Columbia, Ltee. "-  Sept. 1.���������Sunset, J Frisby to J II White; Sunrise iraetion, J Itcighley to J n White.  Sept.:'.���������Maggie Ann,}., A. W Curtis to ,1 C  Montgoinnry; Iron King, 14, F Tib'ualds to Jefferson Lewis.  DIED  Somes.���������On September 1st, al Arrowhead, .Margaret >".. wife of Robert  Somes, of Itevelstoke.  ROBINSON'.���������On September'1st, at Revelstoke, the infant son of Baxter  Robiii son, aged three mouths.  _.  . Wanted.  A couple* of rooms, with use of kite-hen, by a  couple wi ;li ono child,   j'pply at this oflice.  ' Card of Thanks  Mr. Koliart Somes begs to tender his thanks  to tbe mi'-iiv friends, especially the ladies, both  in Itevelstoke and .Vrrow heart, who have assist-,  cil him by their -sympathy and kind olllces in  his recciil bereavement.  5 '      Hotel License    ���������  Notice is hereby given that wc intend to  apply SO claye after date to the Stipendiary  Magistrate of tlio Kcrelstokc elivision of V.'es'i  Kootenay for ii license to retail liciuor at our  hotel nt Albert Canvon.  GEO. V. KING.  It. I'A'I'TEIISON.  -J. PATTERSON.  Sept. 3, LOT. ��������� -iicttw  Sip Painting and Gilding  Kalscmining, Paperhanging", General  * House and Carriage Painting.  D-  STAMPER,  SECOVI) SlI'F.Er,   -    -    KEVKLSTOKE STATION, II. C.  W. Jo Law,  Herchant Tailor,  Has just received tho first consignment of his new stock, anel has  more on the way. He is now in a  ���������position to supply all orders for  clo'hinir. Late-it styles and bust  .finish.  P.evelstoke Station, B.C.  Ail Branches  OF THE  Tonsorial "Art  Executed with ambidextrous  Dexterity at  J. Morgan's  ^~s~s-*������~-.��������� Shaving Parlor  Hot and Cold Baths  Confectionery  Tobacco-  Fresh Fruits  ONI" DOOlt EAST COI.UMIIIA HOTEL.  Yai.k ItEOI.TKY,  A inc. 14, 1IW.  IS    THE    SUPREME    OOlinT    OF   liWTlSU  Columbia, in   llie   matter  'if   the   Ollie-Inl  Aelmlnistrators' Act, anel in  tliu matter t.f  the   i-state;  of   Charles    Herder  eleci*eu-e*I,  elateel the 13th 'lav or July, A.Il. 1''I7.   Upon  reading   the  Hirnla\ils  of   Ernest   Ile-nrv-  Phorlelan   McLean   ant!    Charles'   Fredcric  Linelmark. o  It   is  orelcreel  that  James  Fergttson   j\rdi-  strong. Official j\dmi:ii-.trator for the County  Court District of Koeitenay, be flelminislr.ite.r  of all and singular the goo'.Is, chattel^, rights  anel credits which were of Charte's- Ijerger, late  of ^Illecillewaet in the elistrict of Kootenay,  free miner, elnceaie.l;  jlnel it is further ordered, that this order be  fmblishe-i in the KeveNfoke Ileraltl newspaper  or the period ot sixtv d *.)���������������.  (Signed.)   A. J. McCALL,  llie crcelltors and persons interested in the  cstAte of the above nametl ChRrle������_������ Berger, late  of Ille-ciUowRCtlm the District of Kootenay,  free miner,' dece-as-ed, are hereby required  within sixty elays from this elate to ������eDil by  regi-.teretl lett.'r'aePIre'escel to James Ferguson  jlrmstrong, Official Administrator, Fort Steele,  Ilritlsb Columbia, particulars of their el-dms,  anel the nature of the securities (if an>1 ne-l-l  by them, jlftcr the "xpiratlon of the "aul  sixty'lays, the eli������trihntion of the ������ale! estate  wilfbe proee't-eled with re-garel being had only  to s.icb e-laims e,f which notice shall be given  aw afore*������aiel.  Dated this 20th elav of j\ngnst, I������"7.  .1.  F. AfiM'TKOSO,  21antt Official AclmiiiMrator, Kootorniy.  Notice.  Notice ii hereby given that CO days after elate  the uneleriignctl, IT. Duncan Kobson, infe-mls  to make appliet-.tieiti to the Chief (;oinin!������sioin<r  of Lanels anel Works for permission to purclm-c  1C0 acres of I lurid, situate in Lardeau Diiiiion  of Kootenay District: Starting at a pe>sl at the  South West rorner of Asa Ilillmairs block of  320 acres, marked "initial post or II. Dnite-t-n  jKob-ion's claim," running North 20 chains,  tlience We-sfltt e-hain-J. thence South 10 chain*.,  thene-e r.ast Ml chains, thence North 20 clit-in-t  to place of beginnieg.  II. DUNCAN  ROBSON.  Ferguson, Aiigiii,t 13th, WW. scp)"tw  ue..mj -ei.e. ',._-p ������ wwi_r������aa���������  ARTISTIC PRINTING-THE HERALD  eer  tores..  of Ferguson  and 10-Mile.  cummins & CO.,  GENEnAL   MERCHANTS,  Dealer iii  Miners'  Supplies. Hardware,  Groceries. Dry Goods.  Everything to be founil In a general store.  1'osi Olllee In connection.  At Our. lo-Mit... llp..ixcu Stoiu:,  POWDER, CAPS, FUSE, COAL,  STEEL,  and nil Miners'and Pinspectors'Supplies are  kept on hand.  General  Merchant  s  iners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  SO��������� *'  -cv"  Ferguson, B. C.���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.'  -_et_S-~Ut*nre.__-*_*Tv  pnn.,-,,  "s^ss" Lisa Lii "a   i*������������������< a ui us. '-a u^i     h ui ui   u~^i u m *s������s" La u ._____. __& m  [Tii&iri^iL^.i tvwid.  Wtim)������?   tf m^iZ-riity id?., w-4_>_  Agent for the Blid-eiiBclorfer  Typewriter  Successor to GILKER cSc WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots*  .Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines. Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fr.uits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.       '   <** ,  IK>  Be - Slire and register ct the  when you reach FERC+DSCJVN.  Tho ttib'.c U provided with tho test tho market  ���������" - - ufVurds.  Itatos from \1 to "3 per elay.  ,    CUMMINGS  BROS.,  ,' --   l'ropriol-,vs. 10ju  When-You Reach  Thomson's Landing*,  CtO TO TI13  PROSPECTOR'S  EXCHANGE  Best Meals in tho lardeau.  Stage and Livei y in cii:r.cetion.  T. W. GRAHAME, Proprietor.  ",������.tpl  aiuLCi  Porter Meets All Trains  and Beats.  Bar Well Supplied With  AH the Necessaries.  Arrowhead  B. C.  E. J. Kerr,  Proprietor.  Prospectors  Koine.  Meals  TDOUT-tftKE- CITY^HBTEt  .Tb  Mrs. A. E. jowett. Proprietress.  Trout Lake Cit7, B. C.  HIS HOTEL has just boon enlarged an(l refitted, newly furnished  throughout, making it the lu"-t hot_c*l  in the City. The table is oneof the  best supplied in the Tjtirdeau. The  bar eont.iitis everything to iiitike you  h.-ippy.   DEALERS IN   GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  ���������rlA-Y,   FLOUR   AND   FEED=^=-    J4      A FINE ASSORTMENT Ol- TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK.      M  M- ��������� '<  ��������� -���������     ��������� ��������� -       . -ST  ���������f  ���������1  IT fflAKES N0 -DIFFERENCE-  *   Who is Your-Physician:.  It Pays to Take Your,   .*' ,'  ':P'R'ES:G''F[lP't'j6:N;"S'  ��������� -*fi  .���������re ABEY'S DRHS :SX9RE  Bi-CAUSK they Rive it pci'sonnl attention.- ".���������'_.'  133'jGAUSK they'.'ii'c rcliablc'chciiiists.      ,> ' "       - . ,     ' --,���������"..*-  EKUAUSE you can roly on accurate compounding from pure drugs at moderate_prices.*���������  ���������X,"_E3r*E3    3~IOIiTE*El__Ea    X^���������H.'Cre^-e3-TS,X���������.  *R*B1*V"'"E!XiS'X,OT<:*E3    STATIOK*'  JAS. HUTCHISON  Heavy Draying and  Transfer Work a Specialty "  Teainlngof nil !:inil=recpivei promj.'.attention.  Ti.e -bI"t7C face" horse It tliesl)*n lioard.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C,  Wo have r. good supply of  Building  Material  "And Lumber  Cut, Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us .  We Can Fix You  REVELSTOKE SAW WILLS  Revelstoke  Station, B. C  HORSES FOR SALE  Also Horses taken for Winter  Pasture.  Pack  and  Saddle   Horses  for  Sale.   Apply to  f. Mccarty  llanlt     . I  Hotel License  Xotie-r i-- hert-bv civet! that f~> elays niter date  iveintcn.1 to ai.plv te. the - Stipendiary Miitos-  trate of the Uevelstoke -.Division1, of West  Kootenoi* for a license to feell liejtiors at onr  hotel at-'rotit Take Citv;  Hi-r,i:N"."'K it r.Tj.\e;i:.  Trout Ijtike City, Aiif. 19.1"~- iiu"llwil  X  o  H  <  (~  X  H  w  >���������  D  O  W  H  Hf������l'������T^t I-ICJ  l"  0-  O  rr  a.  I  in  -4 ,  Stockholm House  J. Albert Stone, Proprietor.  Tabic fiirnislicel with the choicest the-  nitii ket nlfords. Best Wines, Liquors,  anel Cigars. Large lipht heel rooms..  Km es : $1.00 a day.   Monthly rate.  WJiy Buy  All kinel-eor nutter at all  kinds olprlt-e*. when the  CHOICEST  CREAMERY ,  BUTTER (Try li) t  Can he delivercel at jour elexir at  25 CENTS PER ,_B.  From     -  a*, nvr. mi*ca'~iIi~j_m:.  Srcond Street, Revelstoke Station.  Kay for Sale  A feiv cars of native hav of lo.-! ������er.son's cut  ftill on hand nt from *:I..jO to Jei.otj per ton.  CEO. ,\. P.EID,  llitutlt Laeoinhe, Alta  !l  Upholstering and Repair Work  a Specialty.  Mail Orders Given Prompt  Attention  R. HOWSON & CO. i  Dealers in  All  Kinds  of Furniture,  Funeiral Directors and Embalmers.  .".gents for Raymond Sewing Machine, Manufacturers' "Life Insurance Society, Union Firc-  Insnrancc Co., Provincial Building .V; .Loan Association.  0RG*~-13 AND  PTA~~OS  -B-E]v-*e3i_jS~i:o_k:-e3   sorji.T'ionsr.  ~b. c.  THE PIONEER LIVERY���������  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake District!  SADDLE AXD  PACK HORSES  ALWAYS FOI'.  HIKE.  FREIGHTING  AND  TEAMING  A  SPECIALTY 1  Dailv Stage leaves Thornton's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock for Trout Lake City.  ror particulars write _ ^^ & HILLMA^ Thomson's. Landing.


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