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 U.-  IMMm uai    /U-</[aJuc1  )?>  V.  -ISSTTEID   T'V7*IO*E-A.-'Vvr-EiE-K: ��������� ���������WEI'ISrEBID-A.'H'S   JL2STU   SA.TTJ*ELIDA."Y"S-  Vol.  I.    No.  66.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897.  $2roO a  Year in Advance*.  *\  THE first thing wise p'op.c think of iS;  when ordering goo Is by mail is the >8������  capacity tor hiisiticss of those* they write &  to. Th������ reputtiti' n wc e-iio)- for prompt- >?���������  ness n.nkcs our Mail Orcu-r trade forgo K,  ahead at n gratifying rate. K\  Our Specialties ���������!��������������������������� (S  Groceries Dry Goods g  Liquors Boots and Shoes     S?  Cigars Men's Furnishings re  Crockery Tailoring &  Dressmaking ' 0>;  Requests for pnci lists and samples s>  rcc. iv.. prompt attention. &  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ....Calgary....  3gg3~S!~3SgSSS������SS~i32~2SSy  J  Haig <������c Crage  Sole .Agents for  Revelstoke  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  0HAS. R. CARLSON,  BAf-RISTER-AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR, -  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  Ofllne:   Iiooms 1 and 2, Pool Block, Itevelstoke. 11. C. ��������� '     '  A  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor,  &c.  Notary Public.  OITloe upstairs in Smith's block. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station.J3.   C.  WHITE & SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Money to loan at lowest ratos.  Fire Insurance in best companies,  llautf Office opposite Union Hotel.  .   GAMBLE & O'REILLY, -  Civil Engineers', Provincial Land  .SunVKYOKS,  Accountant;, and General Agents,  Nelson and Ro__.sie.nd, West Kootenay,  British Columbia. '   .  I*. C. GAMnLr. J V.. M. In't C 1!.. M. Can Soe.  C. E . P. L. S. fer II. C., (late Resident Engineer Department of Public Work! in  Canada in H. C.,) Nelson, B. C.  FlUKI IS .1. O'KEILLV, ASSOC. M. lllSt. C. E., P Ij. S.  for U. C, ISosiland, 11. C. iljlytf  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Pravlng and  PcIIi jry Work n. specialty at  loweit priocn.  Teams nlwars readj- at a. moment's notice.  Agent for tlio SUintl ird Oil Company.  J.    R.    HULL   &   CO.,  Fucces-ora to Hull Bros. i'Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Doalors  i   Beef, Pork, Etc. ,  KAMLOOPS  and   REVELSTOKE.  ���������A11 orders In oar lino promptly,~ Heel.  O. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay  THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  AN OPEN LETTER  Mr. Old Customer:  Dear Sm,���������I beg to inform you that I  ha\e just received a choice line of  Scotch and Imsn Tweeds, also n complete line of Fall Suitings. My workmen, who arc Just from the east, ha\o a  complete knouletlge of* their business  nnel are giving great satisfaction to my  many customers. My line of Ileady-  Madcs arc up-tt>-elate nntl pood \ttluc  for Ihe money asKcil. Aw tilting your  order nt nn ei'rly dale, 1 remain,  Yours sincerely,  R. S. WILSON  Uevelstoke Station".  J.   D.  CAMPBELL,  Accountant and Auditor.  Hoots kept nnel accounts collected.  Jlusincss solicited nnd ������ati������f--*.rllun guaranteed.  Iti-fcrenccs if required.  White ' Sibbnld's cIGc-c, frclf  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets \ &c.  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City.  _  Dealers in   Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  A. T. NOXON  All work guaranteed.  Orders hy mail promptly nl tended to.  At R. S. Wilson's T.ur.oii Shop,  REVELSTOKE STATION; B.C:  llHUtfi    -  i~-~i:ititiiiiiMiiiicpii'iDia_iaiiaiiigilJie3iiaai_iainJtiili npincBSii.  I   GUY BARBER'S |  |     -   JEWELLERY j  i  ki>TvORE I  \ , ^ is the best place in    s  : Kootenay to secure    ���������  I         WATCHES CLOCKS f  I JEWELLE RY__^. .  ..-,_=!  Call and c> limine our neiv "lock. __  llKvnisTOKK-Next door to Post Office,    s  ?iafBa:iB������*K>eBiHeB(Hri������t[flaiiGi'i ia,t,i inn, il������al3ntiNe:ii h hr.jBitaap  Let tin* health of your children  he ond-ingeivel. Do not allow  Uie stock of health that you've  stored up iu the summer lo be  lessened. -   -        - -      -  After the excessive licit of lasl  mouth, have a care about disinfect tints. We've studied the  subject���������think we know something about it. Can we be of  service to you?  We have Chloride of Lime  ' etntl Carbolic Powder., in convenient tins at 2" cents each.  Wc* have a stock of Carbolic  Acid���������pm e and crude���������anel all  the other disinfectants, in bulk.  The McDowell-Atkins-  Watson Co.. Ltd.  "THE   DRUGGISTS,"      *  Mccarty block.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr., Revelstoke Branch.  QOOD BREAD,  FreshJFruits,  Ice Creanu  Summer Drinks,  Choicest Confectionery,  Canned Goods  AT r.OCK-DOTTOH rKICEH AT  The Revelstoke Bakery Stores,  Railway St., Revelstoke Station.  FllKE DF.LIVEHV EVEl'.Y D.lV.  PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY  Saclin  Oo to our mnrket Burdens pet  your protluce fresh, an-1 koihI  value for your money. t  R. TAPPING, Revelstoke  CORRESPONDENCE  How Can a Man Get His Rights ?  To the Editor of the Hkiiald :  Dear Sir: Some time in July lust I  siioko to Gnvl.Agt. Graham concerning  tile condition of the street between 11.  N. Uoiirsiei-'h store and the Stockholm  Hoiisc, but received no answer. And  on August Dili last I addressed the  following letter to His Highness, with  the same result.  lcci els toko, B. C. August 3th, 180".  J. D. Graham, Esq ,  C'o\ eminent jlgent,  Itevelstoke, II. C.  Sin,���������I beg to call yoitrnttention to the condition of that portion oi Ken-on ht. between  From St. ami the livei bank, (that is between  Conr-ior'- store anil Stone'-, hole!.) Ii is en-  i-iitubered Iiy a collection of old i-ackin*. boxc-,  etc , and is also used for storing eordwood. In  the event of flio orcur_.ui!. nt present tht-.  would prine a difiiceilty in.the wav of pre\ent-  niK it spreading, and 1 have property on both  sides of llen--on 1st., for w Inch lain natural]-,  solicitous, 1 would ask joti to tec lo the nnine'-  iliale clearing awaj of trie inu-miiLC anddtinger  referred to. 1 have already riciilloncil this to  joit, but uotliing has been elone bv the persons  who are to blame.  Yours obedientlv,  (f"b'd.)     P. It. PETERSON.  [ again ask, docs Jlr. Gi-iih.iin intend  to take any action in this mat ten. or  tire t hings to go on as in the past, favor  boing sheii n to the select few.  Another thing I *.v'sh tt> draw to this  attention of "Ir. Graham is this : At  the time the Revelstoke Water, Light  & Power Co. were putting their pules  in, too'close to my private pioperty,  (not leaving I'ootti tor an S-loot sidewalk) 1 drew his attention to it, thinking it tin obstruction ou the public-  highway, and succeeded in having Mr.  Fraser inspect th'e situation, but nothing move -has heen clone since. A  telephone*, pole.is., also" standing close  to my property, wired clown as "a ln-ae-e  on two sitlos, leavingpiongs of twisted  wire sticking'tip where any one in the  elrirk nighl, might easily inn against  and .sustain serious iujuiy, or a hoise  run tig.iinst it, with fatal lO-stilts.  Some three years ago. I lieinj. dissatisfied wilh tlie services i.*udoiecl by  our pi esent government nliie-i.-il. inlci-  vicwi'd the Hon. Mr. D.vyic as to bow  I c-tmlcl get senile satisf.-ie tion re the'-e  public mailers. Jlr. Davie told.iuo lo  lay my complaints- it the Court house  and it was Tin-: doty of the Government, agent in charge to attend to sin h  things. I have fwllowert Mr. Davie's  instruction.-, but eipp.n cntly Mr. Gra-  haui .'issunies a greater nuthoiity in  these,in,itlcrs than even the Hon.JMr'.  Davie. % '  . P. R. Peterson. '"  EVERYBODY READS  THE--KERALD  A. McGHIRE S GO.,  WHOLESALE DEALEtti   IN"  Vegetables, Fruit and Hay  SALMON ARM, B.C.  Write for prices.   We are noiv prepared to ship  potatoes and other vegetables in carload  _- _ quantities at tl.e__lowest. price on the.    -  'market.   Send  in  \our orders and  i.e guarantee stilisftictlon."  IbOtf  - FOU THE BEST   Vegetables,  Fruits, -  Apples,  Tomatoes,  Potatoes, ...  Hay and Feed  jVt the lowest prices, and rncsn GitocEitic-i  and Provisions, leaie jour  order with  HUTCHISON   &  CO.,"  The Leading Grocers.  Fi:ee Delivchy.  Your Valuable  Order  for all Kinds of Light Transfer  and Carting will be attended to  by     ::-::::::   -  Robt. Fleming.  The delivery of parcels to anel from trains and  to any part of town will receive  __~autf my careful attention.  Men wanted  for Albert Canyon.  Wages, $2.25 per Day.  We.'i-k all winter.   Apply  -aa-BARRY  &  ROSS.  ���������"."aiiptf  J. POZER'S BULLETIN BOARD  Deuciov-s Ice Crcam. any flavor, at my store  opposite Coursier'<=���������10 ct--.  FiiE-sif   l't'KE  Candie-s,   home  made,   now  on  hanel.  Nice cool IiniNK* at 10 cts. per gla������.  e,'oN*i_-ECTio\ERY���������a choice lot at lowest price?.  Pin-inc. RceiM in connection.    Meals ^ericel at  any hour.  J. POZER, Front St., Revelstoke  llautf  NOTE AND COMMENT  It was precisely just such nn exhibit  of mineral as Itevelstoke is preparing  to send from North Kootenay to  Spokane Fruit Fair, wliich two years  ago opened the eyes of western mining men in the status to the vast re-  source.s of Trail Oi'eek and Slocan.  The term Fruit Fair is somewhat, misleading. There is a fruit fair it is true,  but tho exhibition of minerals, mining  appliances, etc., started as n kind of  annexe*, has almost oversh-iduwcd in  iuipoittitite the original fair. It has  bcconiu the gathering place_of mining  men from all over the west, anel no  hotter met hoi cot.Id bu devised of  getting into the heads of western  mining men that there are eilher, and  pei-liapf. even richci, mining ramps in  Kootenay than Rossland-ITnd Slocan.  that, by .sending ti good collection for  thouvinspeetion of our silver Ic.id ores,  of our free-milling qutiitz, onr .-uii-ifei--  oiislolhiric.es and sulpliulos.of nuggets  from Big Bend and gold dust fiom (he  Columbia river. Gold is tho cry just  now, gold Noi th Kootenay has got,  iind it is our gold, which will I ike the  t'5'ii in Spokane. Everybo'ily ought to  lend a hand to carry this thing out  properly. 'A gootl exhibit will help  out Lhe whole e-onniiy-lo an extent  which we can hardly over-estimate.  Every place along the main line of  the C.P.T". is putting forw.nd its pretensions to be the all Canadian route  start ing point for Klondike. K.iin-  loops has come eiut with its route via  Tote Jaime Cache with stop ovt-r privileges on Peace i iver. and Ashcroft is  drawing attention to its -wagon road  to Cariboo with close connections with  Cassiar and the Hotalinqim valley line*.  Now Ihe Golden Era is exhorting the  inhabitants of that busy centre of  East Konteiiay trade to, roll up and  bowl up and got sonic-body to li'iild a  trail, .t road, a railway, anything leading" toKlondike. so that Gnldpu. may  control 'the outfitting'trade'for the  Yukon. Kcvclstokc, DonaM, Sicamous  and.Tapping Siding arc yet to " hear  from. Ashcroft, which is the furthest  west of any of those points, and h.-.s a  good wagon road running norlh for  four himdieil miles appears, to the  IIiSliALD to be the most favorably situated place in the piovince for the  stinting point-of an overland loute.  The only difficulty seems too bo thai  anybody coming from the cast, might  nlmost'iis well go on to Vancouver and  get taken up the ciiast and Stic-keen  t-iveir to_Telegf.iph iwi'k by -ste-'.tr.ie.r,  asToil up to the sameJ-pliie o by land  from Ashcioft. Tt seems piob-ibl"  that tho most popular oveiland route*  will be by Edmonton, which can, ��������� be  reached by rail, leaving the traveller  further north thiiu if he were at Barkerville in Caiiboo withoutany trouble  nt all.  Still if, as there scorns no reason to  doubt, there docs --exist tt perfectly  feasible route through an easy country  by way of To to .latino Cache* and Pc.i'e c  ttivcr to the Yukon, then Revelstoke  rather than any other point on the  main is the one. which will bo the  natural starting place. It is the near-  eit to begin with and the first hundred  miles or so of thu route to Boat Encampment at the mouth of Canoe  river is one which will be I he scene of  very active development, demanding  roads, steamboat lines and perhaps a  railway within tho near future. The  C. P. R. already have a charter for the  construction of a line from Revelstoke  to that point, from which there is easy  access by the broad iinel fertile valley  of Canoe River to Tete Jaune Cache.  The whole ot this distance the proposed route would run through a country,  about -whose mineral resouices quite  sufficient is known to make it eeitain  that from the gteat mica deposits at  Tcte Jaune Cache to the mouth of  Canoe River there is hardly any part  of the province more likely tn repay  prospecting anel development. The  route would then lead tilting the gteat  valley traceable along the hose of the  Rockies throughout the province and  there occupied by the headwaters of  the Fraser, to the head of the Parsnip  river, on which rich bars are even now  being worked, ono pai ty of 12 men  having taken out S2.500 in 14 days on  them lait season. Thence across the  Pence and clown the Nelson to the  Liard, which heads near the head  waters of the Polly. This is a route,  which is worth while talking about  and the Kkhalij invites discussion and  information with leg.ird to it. 'i|  ARTISTIC PRiHTiNG-THE HERALD  POISON    OR   PNEUMONIA?  The Jury on the Shear Inquest Disagree  and the Case is Referred to the Attorney General  Lust S.itui'el.iy nighl the adjourned  inquest on the body of S. I). Slicav,  who was found lying dead at the station in tho early part of last June, was  re-'.umod. The Uncling of Mr. Car-  inicliael, the provincial analyst, was  read. It was dated Aug. 25th, and  stated that a minute portion ol' strychnine was found in I In; stomach of the  deceased, inul th.it strychnine and  bromide of potassium wore stilted to  he' incompatible in-the United States  ph.irrn.tcopncn. Mr. G." T. M.-ilIory,  iiiatiiigeji- of tht* McDowell-Watson-  Atkins drug store, and Mr. C. E.  Reid, manager for Giilllths it Co.,  gave expert testimony that the mixture proseribeel for Shear by Dr.  McICechniu was quite a common one,  and an affidavit to the same clfcc-t  was lead from C. II. Conen. a Toronto  druggist iii a very large way of business who was visiting heie with Dr.  .Teff.s a few wooks ago. .Dr. Jeffs gave  evidence that in his opinion the symptoms disclosed by the autopsy pi iin ted  lo pneumonia as the cause of death.  The jury retired and after a short consultation hi ought in a statement that  Shear came to his dc.-itli lrom pneumonia combined with alcoholism,  signodjiy five of .their number. , Mr.  M.icle.iu, sen., brought in a miuoiity  statement that in .Jiis opinion the  cause of death was an ovculnseof  strychnine, due to the strychnine in  tho mixtuie prescribed, by Ui\ Ml-  Kocluiie having piccipitatcel ifcscll in  tho bottom of the _. bottle. Coroner  Maclean said that as the jurydisagreed  he would have tor submit tho whole  matter to the attorney general for  investigation.  ��������� The Spokane Fair Exhibit. ,' -*  The meeting at-the sthoolhouse on  Saturday night under,the".auspices of  Boaid'of Trade to make .nr.ingenionts  for sending an exhibit, oi North, !*"_o;  tenay minerals,'to'Spokahp.'w.is atf"tided by a representative ,body of Revelstoke Inuiincss men,including Messrs.  W. 31. Blown, 0. D. Hoar, li. A.  Brown, W. Pease, John Abrahamson,  W. II. White, A. R. B. Ileum, J. D.  Sibbald, C. E. Shaw. G. I". Grogan,  .iiici n. N. Coursier. Mr. 3: D. Sibbald  president of the boa,id took the chair  and ..called'on Mr. White to explain  the object of the meeting. Jlr. VVhite  in a fow words related tho drift of a  convurbatidn-bot\vpen~liiinsalf7in"r~jVlfr  Peters, the general freight manager of  the C. P. R. in Kootenay, in which the  latter had suggested lhat an exhibit of  mineral specimens from Noith Kootenay at the Spokane Fruit Fair,  would be a good, thing and promised  free transportation fin- it as far tis  Nelson, whore the C. P. R. territory  ends; anti moved that such an exhibit  from the Revelstoke. Lii'i-dean. Trout  Lake and Illecillewaet mining distiicis  should bo sent, to tho Spokane Fair.  The motion was carried and e-ominit-  tees composed of John Ahi'iiliniuscin  and J. D. Sibbald for Revclstolce, John  Grant for Illecillewaet and O. D. Hoar  for Trout Lake* were appointed to  iisccrliiin what ftinels eoulel bo raised  for tliis'objcct. J. D. Sibbald was then  appointed delegate to the Fair, lie  will elo all the work necessary for getting the exhibit together and will  accompany it to Spokane. ���������  The meeting then adjourned .sinedie."  The now post oflice* at the: .station is  almost ready for occupation. Postmaster Bourne has procured now  fittings, which will give a largt! number of boxes for tho convenience of  the public and look very ne.-it anel  businesslike. The rear of tho new  addition will be occupied as a private  ollice by the* llrni iinel the oltl ollico in  the "lore taken out cntuely, giving a  considerable additional amount, of  floor room. , Mr. Bourne found those*  changes necessary owing to the increased business both of the post,  office and of the firm, which rendered  it increasingly inconvenient to run  both in one building.  Speaking of the Costello assault case  in Kossland and the auitiunt of bonds  required before bail was granted lhe  Spokane Chronicle says: "Persons  who commit, much more serious  assaults on this side of the lino are  often released on !->100 bonds an.l  sometimes on less." They receive a fine  of $5 upwards and are permit) eel to go  froe. Assaults, and in fact, all crimes  and misdemeanors, aie looked upon  more seriously in Canada, and a man  who commits an assault there is lucky  to escape with loss than a '"car in the*  provincial penitentiary. The promptness with which punishment is met.-el  out lei (hose who \iolate the Jaws has  a most salutary effect, as itinakes a  pei son hesitate a long time before  committing a breach of the peace."  THE WAGNER GROUP  A Very   Promising   Group of Claims in  the Lardeau.  Development on this gioup has boon  rapidly pus-heel fcu-waiel this season  anel a splendid shewing has repaid tbe  energy of the owneis. a Spokane company. Tho shipping ore on the clump,  taken out in thei-ourse of development  would he something to liok at even in  the Slocitn. The main tunnel has been  driven along the lejelgo ,t distance of  100 ft. i������t which peiint ii crosscut shews  the ore body to be between 8 and 0 ft.  wide, a.ys<iys running as high as 203 3-10  oz. silver and CO 9-10 per cent. load.  At tho 00 ft. station in "the tunnel,  where n chamber was blasted out for a  winze a lino body ot en-o equal in size  and if anything snpoiior in quality to  the one just mentioned, was exposed.  Tlio winze is now down 30 fl. and is in  solid ore till the way. It i.s the intention  to crosscut the; ledge at 100 ft. wliich  will give a total depth of about 175 ft.  and enough .shipping oio iu sight to  justify extensive transput latino arrangements next season.  I  New C. P. R. Roundhouse   and   Shops  Tbe reconstruct ion of the portion of  ������   e ,  tho roundhouse   which was burnt will  be commenced at once. The foundation of the building will, be of solid  stone and the floor will bo of .I-inch  plank with pits' of brick and c-e*nient.  There will be a comfortable oflice for  ifr. Temple, nnel the whole building  will bo heated by steam, anel will l-e  altogether more complete and up to  dato, than the old one. The portion  now standing will eventually be torn  down and rebuilt to 'match the new  part. Repair shops will be erected at  tho >"back of the roundhouse, _, with  tracks ari.ingod that locomotives will  be able to be run through the lound-  house and on to the turning table in  front., " "  , ..,.,_   TERRITORIAL.  s-JIr. P. BI. Barker, recently inspector  of 1,-iiiel oTices in Albeita, has lefV  Regina to open up an ollice as a  lawyer in Edmonton.     - .      .  '  The export of cattle' from Alberta  and Western Assiniboine this year is  estimated at 18,000 head to Gieat  Britain, besides the large quantities  sent to Kootenay. Prices average all  round from .~30 lo ~3S.  Tbe sale of Jlr. G. C. McGregor's  household furniture js-.innouui-cd for  SepJ.._ll..____ -. -,   ...--  .-.- --  Tho government oil prospecting well  it Pelican rapids on the Athabasca is  down 703 foot and inflammable gas aud  tar have been struck. j\t Victoria on  tho Saskatchewan the boting is down  6~0 feet aud infl.un mil ble gas has been  struck.  STILL GOING AHEAD  The Building Now on   Hand in   Revelstoke.  The frame work ou   Frank Vandall's  handsome   resilience   is   almost  completed.  Conductor Lawson and Conductor  Hopgood arc building comfoi tabic  dwelling houses on Second St., at the  station.   J. Kernoghan, builder.  Jlr. A. M. G. Spragge's residence on  Second St. is well under way, and will  make a fine house when  completed.  Jlr. Harvey, section foreman, is  erecting a house, 2'JxlO, on Fiist S(.  for rental purposes. D. JlcC.uthy.  builder.  Mr. T. II. Booth, bridge watchmen,  has built a dwelling 20x150. on Second  St. to bu occupied by himscll and  family shortly.   I). McCaithy, builder.  Jlr. Smith, of the Revelstoke Water,  Light to Power Co., is having a residence 20x31. erected on Second St. j; D.  McCarthy, builder.  JIcssis. Hutchison & Co. have built a  warehouse at tho rear of their store,  also a stable.   D. McCarthy, builder.  II. N. Coursier's e.-irge warehouse is  completed,,and filled with stock.  Jlr. Taylor*, president of the Revelstoke Water, Light 'to Power Co.. is  having a beautiful private residence  erected on the bi ow of the hilL.Second  St. Work was commenced today. C.  B. Mat-loan, designer iind builder.  Tho plasterers are 'it work on the  Cowan block on Third St.  Ij. A. Fictz has finished his house in  which J. ii. Sibbald is now lesiding,  on FiistSt.. and is now pulling up  another villa for rout on the next lot.  LATEST' TELEGRAMS'-  OUTBREAK  OF YELLOW'FEVER.  IN THE SOUTH  The Vancouver Scare Reporter at Work'-*"',  Again���������Progress of the  Behring Sea'-'  Commission���������Crete Accepts Autonomy'  from  the  Powers���������Vancouver Wants*,-  Music Halls ���������   " -       '-     ,  (.Spirci.'-,- to the I_Kit._u-.r_>.)  London',  Sept.   7.���������Tho   Cretan   in-"-  sui-gcnts   have   accepted   the offer, of  se!f-goveinment"froiii the powers, and  the blockade of the ports by theallicd  (loots has been raised."' .-,''"'      ���������  "'  Halifax,' Sept.   S.���������E. V. 'Bedwell*  was still addressing the Behring Sety  commission yesterday, that being the;,-  fifth day of his argument.     The main  question   at   issue   was   the   value'of ���������.  sealing vessels   and .their eeiuipmeuts  .ind the basis of appraisement.     -.,-���������.  New Orleans, Sept. 8.���������Yellow'  fever has broken out in the southern-  states, A rigid'quarantine has" been  established cngainst   tho afflicted dts-*  ti iets. :<���������    z "t - ' >r  t -       -   -i  V.-xcouvEn,    Sept.   ' 8.���������The'.'San1-  Francisco     Examiner   has .published-^,  a   scare-headed'item   iccently, dated  Vancouver, stating that a'tefiible_"out-j  break of cholera had* pccurred'in San-*  cTon. and the people weie;flyiiig.from  -  the country.    The board of trade here' '  held   an   indignation, -meeting    last  -  night and-wired   the   Examiner that; '  the repoit was untrue.  *-_-'��������� "_ ��������� '  Van'coc\-i~r, Sept. S.���������-A by-law* was",  introduced in the c'bhncil 1 ist night, to;',  allow music halls in Vancouver.'   '" * '   ..  ���������~v.-'  SILVER   RISING   AGAIN ,,, .*_..���������,._���������_    ." *._.; -_���������'=>������������������    ;  And   Lead   Takes  a."Jump.Up to,Four,,.  Dollars -- ������������������,'���������' L   "  *,,  New York, Sept. 3--Bur silver."^;  lead, SI-00; copper." 11.11.        ���������**"   ������������������-"'-'  THE SMELTER QUESTION"'-"' -          ^ c< -: -.'' . ' -*-  Mr. Shaughnessy Advocates a Canadian^'*-  ... - .,  . Tyr^*"-^-��������� -"'--^j i:~( ?  In an interview granfed'tb the New*.  -  Denver Ledge last, week Vice President'.  Shaughnessy" said :    "I see no ..reason  why   we. should   not   have .our own-*  smelters and refineries in a short time;  yes, and mint onr owji^ silveK   -What*', ���������'  sense is there in our using American  silver money ?   We'get no Canadian;'*'  coins at all in British Columbia!"! How**-*  much silver the government could nse'"     .  in-inaking^currency^I���������do~not~kiTow. -    ~  but to mint her own silver' would" un-J.  doubtedly have a beneficial effect upon-.'  the silver mining industry. 'I  see-no',  leason   why  we  should   not mint at      ',  least  ������25,000,000  of  silver   currency,     '*  legal tender up to a specified  amount,'''  say $o."   _ ._ ~   ..''; "    -  -'���������'  "Would you advocate withdrawing, -  all the small bills now issued by the - -  government?" _, s   " ,;"   '  "jMost  certainly.   In  view   of "our  present and prospective, silver prodiic--,  tion that would be t distinct advantage'   ��������� -  and woultl materially assist the country's development.   Wc must nil co-'  opera)e on this. .- *  "We must also co-operate on finding,   '  a new market for our lead   production'' -' -  and, to begin with, our lead producers  should have such protection  ns 'to bo-   '  able to supply the Canadian  market.'  That is the vital  point, to my rilind.  We have a Canadian   market Tor Ieacl*  onel'yet a very large percentage of our  lead is imported: while ocr lead going  into  the United  Slates has to pay a'  duty  of'H   cents per pound.    I  feel  very sure that the present government  will be willing to.give attention'to this  matter, becau*-e lhe members of it are"  deeply interested in   the development', *���������  of this part of the country. ���������  ,    ,  "I notice that some of our present  smelters are putting in lead stacks.'  On the American side the smelter nierilt *  have been needing our wet ores for  fluxing, and have therefore treated'  them for next to nothing. How this'  may be in the future I cannot say, but  undoubtedly we shall soon see'inore'  smelters and refineries on this side,"  and, let us hope, a mint also." *���������  -.'-I**   _���������'-'  Ogilvie's Opinion on the 20% Roj-alty.,  In an interview at Victoria given as  soon as he landed   Jlr.  Ogilvie   being  asked if the government intended to ft  enforce the 20% royalty said :   " I.have-  been called to Ottawa on business that  is wholly incompatible with any such  policy,"   he   said.       " Such -.a  coursa.  would put-an   immediate check  upon  the development of the   country stop.  it entirely, peihaps���������and the development of the resources of the country-  is tbe first desire of the government,-""- -V-  ���������J  ���������a  I  - si?  -J*-;"  51  IJ  I!  Ill  I* j  S3  a?  f* ?  HM*  "-1  -* *  - j  - i  - t  Revelstoke  Herald  Published In lntorcsta ot  BevelBtokc. Larde-au, Big Bend,    rout Lako  nieclllowaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  I'asa and Eaglo l'aoa Dlstrlcta.  JOHNSON & rETTIPIECB  Proprietors and Publishers  A. Seml-Wesokly Journal, published In tho  lotercBU-i el Ro������eletoko and tho ourrouiidlnd  district,-Wednesdays and Saturdaj u, making  cloeeat connections with all tralna.  Advertising Bates: Display ads, ~1.~0 per  column Inch. I".00 per Inch whcnlnBortedontltlo  page. Legal ads., 12c per (nonpareil) lino for  llrst Insertion; 8o (or each additional lnBortion.  ltJ-tadlng uolices, ISc per lino each Issue. Birth,  Montage and Death notices, froo.  Subscription Rates: By mall or carrier. ?2 00  por annum ; 91,~5 for sis months, Btrlctly In  advance*  Our Job Department: Tun Hkrai.ti Job  Department Is one of tho boat oquippod  printing offices In West Kootenay, nnd Is pro-  pared to execute ell kinds of printing In first  class Btyle at honest prices Ono prico to all-  No job too largo���������none too small���������for us. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Glvo us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: Wo Invite correspondence on any subject of Interest to the general  public, and deslro a reliable regular correspondent In every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases tho bona fide namo  of the ivrlter must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publicatioi.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, d. C.  C. B. HUME & COMPANY  Agenta:  RAM LAL'S TE&  Wholesale M F. R C H A NTS     Retail  Agents:  Victoria Powder Co.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written on ono side of ihe paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the pr por name  of the writer.  3. i"orrespondonce -with roferonce to any  thing that ha9 appeared in another paver  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The Herald.  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and miners should not leave for the hills -without having a look at this stock. We  carry full lines of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Goodyear's Kip Boots, Prospectors Shoes (a  special line), H. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths' Anvils and Bellows, Giant Powder 40, 60 and 75 per cant, Fuses  and Detonators.  The Building Boom  We have made arrangements to meet the demands which the rapid increase of orders iu the building  trade has caused this season. Our lines of Builders' Hardware, are very complete. Nails, wire and cut, a'l  sizes and kinds; Locks and Knobs, HingeB, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various kinds, Tar Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildcd and Raw; Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a large asEc-Tlmon-*:  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes.  WEDNESDAY,      SEPT.   8.       1807  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Something else you all want to heat about, which is  Carpets  ENGLISH FARMING  A commission   of inquiry  into  agricultural depression in England  reports that   the    three . staple  cereals,   -wheat, barley and  oats,  have fallen 40 per cent,- in value,  aud that wheat by itself has fallen  50 per cent.    Meat and  dairy produce have fallen greatly, but not  in the same degree as the cereals.  Wheat, there being no hope of recovery of its value, must be abandoned, aud replaced by other product-,  probably by  meat,   dairy  produce, eggs, roots and potatoes.  To this  the   British  farmer,  in  spite  of his stubborn    conservatism,   will have to come,   so at  least thinks Prof. Goldwin Smith.  Such is the first, he says, and most  obvious consequence of the depression.   But it is also manifest that  the land will no longer be able to  bear all' the  different    interests  which it bears now.    It will no  longer be able tcyield at once tbe  landlord^     renti,     the   , tenant-  farmer's ��������� profit,   the    labourer's  wages,   and   the   parson's   tithe.  The landlord will have to choose  between elimination and becoming  his own bailiff.    The farrner^will  probably have to come down from  the horse on which he now rides  round superintending the'labourer,  and to take a hand in the labour  himself.   The Church' will be dis-  ���������e.~tablished,-and-tithes_wilL_cen~e  to be collected. But all this implies  a complete transformation of rural  life in England, which is nt present  organized on the manorial system,  with  tbe   squire's   mansion,   the  large   homestead   of  the   tenSnt  farmer, the labourer's cottage, and  the   rectory.     A change   in  the  character of the nation, social and  political, will  inevitably  follow,  and indeed is already beginning to  appear.  ���������o  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke, Trout Lake City and Ferguson  LORD PENRHYN YIELDS  "The Problem of the Twentieth  Century City" torms the theme of  a practical article in the North  American Review for September,  from the pen of the Rev. Josiah  Strong, D. D. If the rate of  growth from 18S0 to 1890 continues,  in 1020 the cities of the United  States will contain 10,000,000 more  than one half of the population.  The city will then control State  and nation, aud this fact emphasizes the necessity of taking  special means to educate city  children in the duties of  citizenship.  An End to the  Wells  Quarry Strike���������  A Remarkable Labour Dispute.  The cable last week announced the  close of the most remarkable labour  disputes of   modern times���������The Pen-  rhyn quarry strike, which has lasted for  about  nine  months.      The Penrhyn  slate quarries in north Wales are the  largest in the world; the amount paid  in wages amounted to about $23,000 a  month and gave support to about 10,-  000 people, for the quarrymen come of  a    thrifty   and frugal stock,    There  has -been   trouble brewing   between  Lord Penrhyn and his work  paople  for some time back.   In the spring of  last year some of the quarrymen absented  I hemselves from work,   without leave, to attend a labour demonstration.   Lord Penrhyn's  reply  was  to close the quairies for a week, so  that the labor demonstration cost the  quarrymen   about   $6,003.    Last   fall  more serious trouble arose.   The men  wished   to   appoint   a committee- to  negotiate with Lord Penrhyn as to certain grievances.   Lord Penrhyn  said  he was willing to   hear   the  men   individually or   through their  foreman  but he declined  to have anything to  do with a committee: a committee had  tried to run  the'* quarry before,  and  they    nearly    brought    it  to  ruin.  This was under the late Lord Penrhyn,  and   it   is   certain   that  the   present  owner'has broughttho-enterprise.out  of  a  position   of   insolvency   into   a  prosperous condition.    On   Lord Penrhyn's refusal to meet the committee,  the  men   resolved   to   strike   in   the  spring.    Lord Penrhyn replied by dismissing the 71 men  who formed the  committee.    Upon   this   the  quarrymen held a mass meeting and decided  to come out  on   strike.    They came  out on strike and have been out  ever  since.    Lord Penrhyn was appealed to  by all sorts of people, hut he maintained an   absolutely   inflexible  attitude.  The Board of Trade offered the services   of    one   of   its   labour experts  as arbitrator, and Lord Penrhyn very  curtly told them to   mind   their   own  business; it was  his   quarry,   and   ho  would run it in his  own way,   or   he  wouhl not run it at all.   So week after  week and month  after   month _ went  by, and there was   no  change   in the  situation.    The  Imperial   Parliament  debated the matter, but could  do nothing; Lord Penrhyn remained  sutely  entrenched within the rights  of   property.    It is somewhat ot a surprise to  learn that he has jyiven way and allowed the men the privilege   of  combination.    Lord Penrhyn was a very stubborn Englishman,   but  his  stubbornness only went to the extent of   S7o0,-  000.    When he had lost that much, ho  thought it was lime to stop.  Jole"i"V_Tne*"  Except when lie brings ottt one o������ liij  marvelous books wo hear little of M.  .Tales Terne. but the fact is that he is  holding n very eiuiet life .it Amiens. Al-  thonch OS years of ace and -wcarinir the  ���������".ppenrance of a retired general, he is  'ull of energy and ns hard-working ns  if yon*. Hois now buty in tho execution of his plan for publishing a series  Vf stories bearing on different conntrias.  Before beginning a particular work M.  Jule<������ Verne rends np a number of goo-  kraphical, historical and other books  treating of that part of the world, .ind  as h<* gnei" on tho plot gradnnlly per-  __tn_i_if_tos_ip liis mind. ITe is, indeed, an  active nnd *linioriovTs-tnilcr~~nc��������� i-i-ecs-  ���������regularly at 4 o'clock in the morning  ���������nt" writes steadily until noon. He retire*? to _<ist at 0, except on two r-ven-  Incs in the week, when ho necomps-iiiis  his wife* to the Omntl" Theatre, dining  before* at n restaurant opposite* the  bnildinr. This is liii great treat, and  nf* 1= fond of remarking that on tht-xc  occasions he nnd liis ..wife enjoy the-m-  vlvc"* jtiKT .is if thoy were a yotin.*.  Fjiiple on their honey tr.non. A" n mat���������  "T of fac-t. M. nnd Mmr, Jules Vi-ntei  '���������five* not limn near Pari"* for the last  r'cht.-yparF. and find lli.-tt their lif.* tit  A miens <niilg them perfectly.--London  Telegraph.  The Weight of tho Earth.  -The calculations of astronomers extending-over many yours litive fixed the  weight of the earth at 0,OG������,000,000,HOI1.-  000,000, or six thousand unil sixty-nine  quintillion tons.  A well known statistician, .T. Holt  Schooling, endeavors to make the moaning o������ the figures clearer by various devices, such us shovelling the earth off  into space, weighing it with the* moon  and so forth.  In the out shown hero tlie earth is  compared with the moon. It may tiiiis  be seen thnt our planet weighs as much  as seventy-eight moons.  The seventy-oiglir moons uro each a  shade smaller than the true size, in order to allow for 1hc weight ot the steel  frame. Each side ot this measures  more than 20.000 miles in length, :inil_ i"  made of square steel strips that nie T?.0  miles thick. Tho round.rods thnt serve  to fix tlie moons in this frame are each  115 miles in diameter.  It is fonnel that the entire globe  weighs fifty-two and a half times as  much aB Europe, cloven and a halt times  ns much as Asia, seventeen and a halt  times as much as Africa, nnel thirteen  and n third times as much as the two  Americas.  The physical labor of counting the  weight of the earth in tons is stupendous. Mr. Schooling imagines that tha,  Colosseum  at Home is haunted by tho  .Wholesale dealei s in  tries, Spirits aijd Cigars,  Agents fov'K.'W. Kara. Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstolo, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  A most appalling state of affairs  is disclosed in Charles Frederick  Holder's graphic article on  ''Chinese Slavery in America," in  the September North American  Review. Slavery has existed  among the Chinese in California  for years, and continues almost  unrestricted. An examination of  the records of the Chinese-  American missions shows that  slavery of the most horrible and  debased nature is being carried on  wherever the Chinese have a  foothold.  The September North American  Keview affords space for a brilliant  essay by Mrs. G. G. Buckler, entitled  "The Leesser Man." It is an elaborate  discussion of the woman question,  inquiring earnestly, Is woman mentally and bodily fitted to engage in the  higher branches of literature, science,  and art? Is ib for the good of the  community that she should engage in  these higher branches ? and "What is  woman's proper share?  THE NIGGER  There has been a terrihle event in  the United Suites. A strain of negro  blood has been detected in a female  student at Vassar College. Great has  been the consternation in' tho College  at the appalling discovery. To set the  negro free countless millions wen*  expended in the war, countless lives  were sacrificed, ond now thirty years  after the close of the. war a pension  list larger than the cost of the greatest  European army is being defrayeel.  Yet the estrangement of the races is  as complete as ever nnd the. degradation ot the negro is almost as elucp.  even at the north, ns it was be-fore !  Meantime negroes from the British  West Indies are "freely studying and  graduating in the most aristocratic of  British universities, while a black  bishop some yearn ago was a guest, in  one of the most exclusive of London  clubs. The explanation, of com-3e, is  that in Great Britain the negro had  never been stamped as a social pariah  with the band of slavery. The Englishmen's " nigger" is the native  Hindoo. ''  CHIPS OF NEWS  On Saturday Star  milt; in l.o0(  pointer   paced a  of   famine in  " This district," writes a Southern  Alberta correspondent, "is a regular  Clondike���������evervone coining money  out of railroad construction. Times  never were so good."  There is great danger  Clondike. a  The Spanihh navy is to be materially  strengthened.  Thirty-seven thousand Spanish  troops are suffering from disease in  Cuba.  The Franco-Russo alliance is regarded with some satisfaction in Great  Britain.  There arc 0.000 people in Dawson  City and supplies for only half the  number.  A woman was killed and several  persons were injured in a cyclone at  Chicago.  C.P.R. earnings for July and for  the first seven months of 1807 show a  satisfactory increase over the same  periods of 1890.  Premier Laurier predicts an era of  great prosperity for Canada. He says  arrangements for the fast Atlantic  service are satisfactory.  Reports from the Golden Cache  mines continue to be of a satisfactory  nature anel the latest state that the  stamp mill will start np about the  middle ol this month. Besides the  Golelen Cache there are several other  promising mines on Cayoosh  Cieek. in Lillooet district, amongst  them being the Excelsior, ore fiom  which assayed "j;T"> in gold per ton. Jn  eonse'ciuencc.of tberich showing double  shifts have been put on.  On August 27th the Dominion bank  at Napanec was entcroel by professional burglars. The. vault was opened,  the combination having been discovered and .$.'"2,000 was taken. The  burglars changed the combination and  the bank people could not unravel it.  Experts were secured and the vault  was opened, when the big robbery was  discovered.. Thn burglars secured  entrance through the back premises  by removing boards and a door panel.  There is no clue.  KHOWINr.   WEIGHT    OP   TIIR   K.VRTn  KQUAL TO 78 MOONS.  glioptt of the 87.000 persons who once  fejitnd riioni in it, anil that they have  lie-<>ii eonuting since A. D. 7!) nt the rate  r>t- I'Hj urns a minute. Thi-y would not  have inndi*. n perceptible' impression on  ilw- totul, liut if lhe inhabitants of a  hunilri'ii million stars, each with a pro-  portion of ].~00 niilllOH'!, were to un-  dertake the Ul������lc^ they could gel through  with it in M-vnn bourn. -*  ��������� The- stjiti*t'n'inn nlso.considers Hi'* labor  of e-artiaj the earth away. ��������� Siippotini;  tho ni-eiip-.intii of Bre-aler planets fennel  it ili--e.nel.lt* to do this. A milliejii train*i  of te-n llifi'isanel wagons each nre loaded with ilw earth nnel diwharge it into  space -������t th,. rate of 1 ."5,00(1 tons per wagon. If il.. y had starttsl tli.' work about  4i!l."��������� year-! ago the-y woulel bo nheiul  through with it now.  Sne*h n  dispiesal cK the earth ns  tbii  would be- no disturbance of the universe.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoko.  Pleaching services ut 11 a.m. aud 7:30  p.m. Ula-s mooting at the clnso of tho  morning service, tttihbath School nnd Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  puDuo aro corditilly invited.   Seats freo.  '    UKV.J. A. WOOD. Pa-teir.  fHUROH Oir ENGLAND - Roveletoko  ^ Services: Daily, evening prayer 5, p.m.  except on Fridays when it Is at 7 p. m.  with address. Sundays; Holy Communion  8 a.m., morning prayer 11. evening prayir 7:30*  First Sunday in mouth Holy Communion at  morning service!!.  IT"-UK A. FORD Vicar.  PRESBVriSIUAN CHURCH���������Revelstoke.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Kb'e CUBS at 2:30 p.m., to which  all are welcome. Frayor meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday  . BEvrprDT-MUiitrPtiBtor���������  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Revelstoke - Mass  fourth   Sunday in month  at 10:30 a-m.   REV. FjVTHER PEYTAVIN. -  T({������ MOLSOHS BANK  Incorporated by Ao ot Parliament, 1855  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in"every respect.    Good accommodation.   B.st  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar. .  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ���������j*"ni'triT^-~y  The  latgest hotel  in town..       Centrally    located  Uhoice   Wines,'  Liquors   ancl^Cigars-1  Best    accommodation. Eatcs    $1    .per    day.  St.   Leon   Hot   Springs,   on  Upper . Arrow Luke,  run in connexion.  "Marin," Faid the great hypnotlFt, "If  you de.n't put that baby f<> sleep I'll bo  unable tei Kive my gr������'.it mesmeric show  this evening."���������Philadelphia" North Aau  erica n.  '���������Why do yon buy yonr daughter a  new wl-.rol every ye-iir?" "It kes-pa h-v  from v.'ititing to paint velvet lamhro-  ciuiris ft,r the drawing room mantel.'."���������  Chicago  Kecord. ~  "Sh'- and her fiance make n handiv,me  pie-tiir- together, don't thoy?" "Yes; I  believe he-r engagement i������ considered nn  artistic rather thau a financial succe*"."  ���������Puck.  nnd shut his eyes lightly, bit In v.iln.  His wife; h.-i'l k>ng sincjc dropped ei(7.  into the- arms of Slr>rpheu.e, nnd the  I'jiby. too, was fast asleep and breathing  regularly. But there seenibd no sleep  for  him.  He counted in imagination one huu-  dreel   Khe-t-ji  jumping  oyer  n   fe-nce*.  He i-e-riteil to himself as many Iin".-"  of Scott's Mnrniioii as he could remem  ber.  lie reckoned up in his mine! all the-  money he.* owed to the tradesmen in rhe  neighborhood. Still he was just as wide  nwake as before, nnel he was now beginning to get a little mail about it. and  was uttering a cuss or two beiiealli the  pillow, wlie-ti his onr caught the sound  or a restless movement nuule by tin*  baby.  Supp.5<>iog that baby were to get  nwake! ~"?Iiat IhetiV "Why. he would hav.'.  t������ walk heir" until she went tt> sleep  again. The I bought no sooner occurred  to him than be was seized with a deep  ���������nd heavy slumber.  Paid up Capital    -     $2,000,000  Rost Fuqd   -     -    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montroal  BOARD OF DIBEOTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H. Markland Molson  P.-Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manage*]  A. H. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms.  bankers and municipal and-* other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  Knglish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg,nnt.  Norwich, Ont.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont,  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.     ,  St. Thoinac, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.Tunc'n.Onl  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  CALGARY BRANCH  H. B. Wilson, iYl_jr.  H'ISXIPKIJ  HK.NVII  T. ������3. Pfceooc. Mauag'Qr  Wendell Maclean  -   Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist^ Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  "--������ ���������  Brown & Clarke, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Fop Youp  House Cleaning  Scud for samples of oiir Wall  v        Paper. Prices from 10c, 12ic,  Q luc  up to 50c a roll.   Mail  orders eiarofiilly attended to  Linton Brothers  Calgary, Alberta  W. G. BIRNEY  Painter  Signs and Pa ep Hanging  A Specialty.  Address care of Union Hotol  Revelstoke.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ~������       Terms Cash  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Dealer/ In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station   -    -   B. C  Any one*Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. pleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  Dfay  -jy^���������vKSpe -laity  Al-*vjl*6c������ Prices  LiEE & AT^IftSOH  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages,  Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage "Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second band Buggies, etc. always  on hand  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build you a rig   to order  they can't he beat.  CHUGHI~V,  jRIiBHl'tTH.  C. Bi JWaelean  ARCHITECT.  and BUILDER  Estimates furnished. Flans ond specifications made. Am also prepared to do  shop and job work on tho shortcut  notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in  ovory case.   O all or write for terms.  main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  \  -���������^���������".i. ^���������^^*^������&i!fi&!M* ������il  i*>r)  LORD GARNET WOLSELEY,  Somo  Stories   Ttilel   of   tlio   Chief   Com.  nitiudei' of ltiltnln's Army,  Lord "Volseley is in his clTty-fourlli  year, having been born in Dublin on  JiniC-l, 1SSH. llu emtio of it lainily of  soldiers, but no other Wolsi'loy distill-  guished liiinst'lf its the present cuin-  iiiaiielcr-iii-C'liicf   litis  elone.  The.' occasions on which I.oitl YVohu-  ley has been within un no* in' dentil mo  nlmost too many to be couult-il. lie* lias  lltlll tilt! Illipll'IISIlUt fconstituiiis of hulle.'ls  whizzing within ti frnctieiti of tin inch ot  bis head. Once one of those curried  uwtty his hilt, and at other times bullcli  uiuelc holes in tlie sleeves nml lappets nt  his coat.. One of liis most ercciluig adventures was in Burundi, nClur he li-ul  been In the tinny three yours. Ynung  "Vulsoli'.v wns ttelil oil with four otlit.r"  lo a certain point iu ti skirmish, nml bu  Inul the misfortune to fall into a mantrap���������a huge hole five feet deep, w'.l'.i a  spiko in the middle. The young trouper  was stunned, but he ni-iiiagct! to ct'iwl  nut of the U'aii���������cm the i-ni-iii.,* s side!  The enemy commenced firing, and "Yol-  polcy returned to the hole, where ho  guarded himself from thu firing round  etbotit him.  -\Vhon the air seemed clearer, and llio  uoist* was somewhat subdued. YWi-si'loy  again got out of the hoK* and r.ui for his  life. He was IHO yards from thu British line, and ho ran on. expecting every  moment (he says) to "provide a refuge  for a dozen or 20 bullets in my bod;.'.*'  .Wolseley returned "iifely,  however, .mil  ���������poB&n  Keep Tour  Eye   on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  UQfln *s riffkt in the heart of  dUil Lardeau's richest mines  GEN'.   LOUD WOLSKI.KV.  Coiiiiiinnele-T-Iu-cIiIcf of the British Army.  was again dispatched in 'charge of another detachment. A man nuineel Taylor had ti detachment, too. but fell dead  by AVolsolcy's side almost immediately.  AVolseley was severely wounded, and  -thoy wanted to carry him away, but hu  refused. "Go. on! Co on! Co on,-men!  Co on!*' he cried, aud tho enemy wuru  -defeated. 'The brave young soldier lay  sick in the hospital for three months and  afterwards walked about on -crutches.  lie had hardly recovered when he was  called to action in the Crimen, ivheiv.  a week before tho taking of Sobustopol,  ho lost tlio sight of his right eye. mid  received the scat* ou bis cheek which is  visible to this day.  "AVe weie lOMiig a battalion n day  then,'' said Lord AVolseley.* AA'ol.-i'lu.v  was sketching, with two other men.  Suddenly a Hash, followed by a biilbjt,  came into tlie midst of the littlo group.  His companions fell dead, anel AYolsulej  was carried to tho camp, his left chock,  in Jus own words, "lying on my jacket,"  and his face riddled with stones -ind  bullets. " The next morning a piece of-  Hint two and a half inches long was  taken out of his check with a pair of  de-ntist's forceps.  Some years after these experiences o������  war. Lord AA'olseley wns one of a thousand souls on boaiil a ship wrecked in  Oie Straits of Mnl-tccn. The vessel was  utterly lost, but AA'olseley was iu the  last group of soldiers to leave the sinking ship. He lost all he had, and lived in  dire distress for ten days on an almost  tininhabited co~st. ' <__  One of the bett stories told by Lord  Wolseley is of the* Xtilti wav. when Ceti>-  wnyo wns betra.icd into his hands by  his own prime miuM'*-. Cetewayo bad  hundreds of wives, but his conqueror  released all but three, whom ho sent  with the chief' iu exile. - (Detcwayo felt  deeply tho separation, "and pleiidcl  ngain nnd again for his wives. But Lord  AA'olseley was obdurate. At last his  lordship was to return to England, and  hearing of his intended departure, the  ~'-."'*iilu~cl!icf~senirliim~-n-finnl-messase_ask~  jng, pathetically, that if he would not  Htiiul him any more wives, ho would at  least cxglje'lugo tho three he had for throe  others! * '  Lord AVolseley's success is undoubtedly duo to his unique apprenticeship in  the ait of war. itnreiy has a soldier's  career begun under more critical, but  auspicious, circumstances.  ., ������������������-^������������������^^^^���������.  The Greece of To-elny.  To understand the phenomenal rise of  Greece we must bear in mind that,  though the Greeks bail been miserably  downtrodden by the Turks for 400 yen-,:  the best hope of flic people, borne by an  unholy tribute far. away from their mothers' homes, mid traiuml into the teioli  of nn inhuman tyranny; ami though hail  it not been for the "untoward pvent"  at -N'nvnrino. the whole population nf. the  Morea would have been extennitiateil  beneath the merciless tramp of Turkish  hoofs, there nevertheless lived behind  the outward show of slavish debasement  u heart of sturdy iiidepenilenee that cber-  Sishccl the patriotic memories of ages, and  seize*tl eagerly ou every chance that might  enable it to sttiinl before the world in  the attitude mid character that had  given it the most prominent plarp in the  history of the human race. Tho two  years' struggle which gave to Greece the  jight to  look  Europe in  the fact* a-i  a  Chevalier 1'anzti     ,    M.  tit* NelodolZ  (Iiussla).  Promising Ferguson Claims  .Cascade Group Pool  Group  Galena Prince Gr'p  Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  Wagner Group Abbott Group,  American Group      Glengarry Group  Klack Eagle Group   Blackburn Group *  Pilot Knob Group   .Holy Moses Group  Highland Group       Ped Plume Group  Each group contains from 3 to 18 claims  PLAN  ��������� Of  Pl.H1 of -  TROUT   LAKC MINING  PIV���������  ���������.���������    .^cak &Mk* ���������iutcA,' ���������   Ferguson is thegTepminus  of   the    projected    Lardeau   Railway���������to   be   built  this   summer.  At the present ground floor price the best real estate investment on  the mamet is FERGUSON lots.        .    .   ,  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview        , *     Badshot ''  Old Sonoma  Gi eat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Black-Prince'  Silver Queen  -.True; Fissure  Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 6 miles  ������  .--.-��������� ;<."������������������  W. H.V ICKERS  AGENT FERGUSON TOWNSITE  A Corner Lot at $160 **?,  An Inside Lot at $HO  for $40  secured  down *  -* ��������� 'ii'1  ,._:���������*";_"''.  id4  eon    be     secured  for $27.50 down "  TOWN OF  HAMGU   IS  SAFE  THE  ORAKZAI3 REBELS  POSED OF  DIS-  But tbe Tribesmen Are Everywhere  Active, Raiding and Looting,, But  Have Evaded a Pitched Battle.���������  20,003 Men Will March to Tirah.  London, September 2.���������This notice  was-posted-in-the���������Bank-of���������-England:  "The Secretary of State for India in  council, gives notico that sale bills of  exchange on Calcutta, Bombay and  Madras have.been suspended lor a  period of not less than ten weeks.  Simla., India, September 3.���������The  force of Orakzais rebels who were  threatening the town of Ilamgu have  been disposed of and the place is no  longer iu danger of attack. But the  British post at Saddi is hard pressed  by the enemy. Reports from various  sources show that the tribesmen are  everywhere active, raiding and harassing fori s and police posts, but they  arc invaiiiibly siicecsbful in evading  anything in the nature of a pitched  engagement. Yesterday the Orakzais,  who are threatening an attack upon  Uanigu, avoided the flying column  under command of General Briggs,  and the enemy were equally successful. Yesterday they were occupied in  getting out of tho way of -'Abbot's  column which is on the way to relieve  Fort Saddi. The troops are failing to  come into contact wilh the hostile  tribesmen at any point. Probably a  force of 20,00" men, under command of  General Sanford, will majch to Tirah,  which place litis only been twice  visited by European troop3.  THE AMERICAN STRIKES  MORE  COAL   MINERS  JOIN   IN  THE DEMAND  For Increased Wages��������� 5,000 Cloak  Makers in New York Walk Out���������  Where Will it End?-This Strike  May Last Some Time.  Des Moines. Ia.; September 2.���������The  threatenedniiners"istrike^in-this_dis--  tricthts culminated,' and all miners,  except about 200 employed in Christy.  Flint' Valley, and "Des Moines, and  coal mining companies are out, following the leael of the Carbondale miners  of several days ago. It was decided  by a* meeting held here to-day to  stand by the demand for $1 per ton.  THIS SnOP STRIKES  New Yokic, September 2.���������Three  thousand cloak makers involved in  the strike are ordered out to .day, and  yesterday Secretary Rosenberg stated  that the present series of shop strikes  wculd not terminate before October.  RECEIVED IN OTTAWA  M C-imbon U.iron Snurmj-Jultsch  "(France), (tieriimny).  Huron Calle-0 " ��������� ,     Sir I'lililp Currie;  (Austria}. -     (Ct. Britain).  ' amuj-ssai>ems of Tin-; rowisus at  CONSTANTINOPLE.  noble people determined lo die ratlior  than live the slaves of a hateful tyranny,  n<- the same lime gave to Kuropc t.ie  assurance that Gieece wns living Grcere  ngain- and Christian conscience and  classic memories roinhineel. .������������������hen one...  the yoke" was broken, to enable the  Greeks to show to the worlel that, hi  ppite of the bombshells of " unie-e anel  llie sabres of Turkey, not only should a  Greek mother bettr sons to stem- up free  rroin the rapine of Turkish hands, but  desolate Athens should n-c J".ber nil  iintilinii, anir along with I-jdinbitrgh.  Glasgow and 'Aberdeen, ns-ert its plate  among famntis Kunipeiin cities that com-  h'ne* ct'iiiniere-inl enterprise with cum-  vnte*tl iiitc'llijVne-e. It was this noble,  pntr'titie pride- that, 111 the short s-jriec  of hitlf a century, turned the Mile ruined  village  into     nn   imposluj.     city.���������1'"**  Sir Wilfrid and Lady ' Laurier Greeted  at the Capital by Ten Thousand  People.  Ottawa, September 2.���������Sir Wilfrid  and Lady .Laurier reached Ottawa  last night. An address of welcome  was presented on Parliament hill in  presence of ten thousand peonle.  The prominent men of both political  parties attended.  GOING TO EUROPE  Hon Israel Tarte goes to Europe next  month to examine the principal  lirrbours there.  AN EXPLANATION  PHILLIPPINE REBELLION  TO   BE  DEMANDED  MANY  BY   GER-  From France Over the  Alsace-Lorraine  Despatch   of   Congratulation���������Will  Demand Satisfaction  jt  ' Berlin, September 3.���������It is asserted  upon trustworthy authority that the  German Government-will deman from  France an explanation of the despatch  sent by Meliue to the French Proniier  in reply to a message of congratulation sent by the Alsace and Lorraine  Society uponthesigningof the Fr.mco-  Russian alliance, in which despatch  Meliue expressed the hope of a reunion  of Alsace and Lorraine with the  French republic.  Germany will also demand satisfaction for excesses committed before the  German Embassy in Paris onthceven-  ing of President Faure's return from  Russia.  ANARCHIST  ARRESTED  For Plotting to  1   of  Kill Emperor  Germany  William  BnitLlN, September 2.���������The correspondent of the. Cologne Gazette, of  Brussels, informs his paper that nn  anarchist has been arrested in that  city for plotting against the life of  Emperor William nt Germany. The  prisoner's name is Daubenspec and is  well known in anarchistic circles. He  is said to have been the leading conspirator,      '  One of the extraordinary things in  this world is the craving of a certain  class of people to become government  officials. It is evident not so much  a case of money as .position, as one  will constantly see men giving up a  good business to become a servant of  the"people at half what he could make  at his own business. Men will grab at  a government job even with no salary  attached to it. It is strange���������very,���������  Macleod Gazette.  It is a fuuny thing that the majority  of the men who make the keeuest  efforts to sacrifice themselves on the  their country's altar���������by getting a  Government job, have proved difinal  failures in almost every other walk of  life. And vet it is continually drummed into our ears that efficiency and  suitability for the place is the standard upon which these appointments  are made. There are some exceedingly  funny things in this world.���������Macleod.  Gazette.  C. B. Bowman, secretary of the  Lethbridge board of trade, says Lethbridge is very well satisfied with the  location of the Crow's Nest Pass railway connection in that town. No  attempt has lieen made by the company to jockey the town. Track was  laid when he left for about three miles  from town lo the bank of Six-mile  coulee, which would haye to be crossed  by a bridge ~3*J feet long and 1C0 teet  high. A short distance beyond the  coulee the grade descends into the  valley of the Bellv river at its junction  with the St. Mary's. The valley is 203  feet deep and the work of crossing the  various points and coulees in getting  down is the most serious one cm the  line east of the mountains. St. Mary's  river is crossed near its junction with  the Belly river by a biidge 900 feet  long and 03 feet high. The vallev of  the St. Mary's is licstled across. This  is the site of Fort AVhoop-Up, the  principal trading post in the south  country before the advent of the  police.  OTTAWA NOTES  0  Large Increase in Exports in   Anticipa  *   tion  of   the    Dingley   Tariff-The  Premier's Movements  Ottawa, September 3.���������The exports  for July increased ~4,0C3,C~~. The increase is due to 'the rush in lumber  and live stock to the States in anticipation of the Dingley tarilf.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier left for Artha-  baskville yesterday afternoon.  Not Yet  Crushed���������The  Ground.  Rebels Gaining  Vancouver, ' September 2.���������The  S.S. Empress of China, arriyed yesterday with news to the effect that  the rebellion in the Philippines  is not by any means crushed or settled  yet. There have been several fierce  conflicts recently in which the rebels  have gained ground.  Is th~ Shortest and  -   Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,   FARM1NGTON,  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA,  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST Oil  SOUTH.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  SHE WAS TOO CANDID  A Lady of Bit tie, Mai., Told a Minnesota Judge the Truth aud Got  Left.  Dulutu, September 3.���������Charlotte  Mclyor, of Birtle, Man., failed to get a  divorce here. She told the court that  she had only come to the States to get  a divorce and the judge immediately  dismissed the case.  A CHILD MURDERER  NeavYork, September 3.���������It has  come to light through the confession  of her husband that Mrs. Augusta  Neck, who is in prison here for child  miirde. has for vears made a living by  disposing of babies.  A TORONTO SUICIDE  Toronto, September 3���������Jos. Davies,  ironworker, a fed 23. committed suicide yesterday oy taking carbolic acid.  Via Silt Lake, Denver,  Omaha nnd Kansas City.  Steamship .Tickets to  and from  Europe and'other foreign countries  IMPERIAL B/^NK   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto .  Paid Up Capital     -   $1,963,600  Reserve    -   - . -   -    1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland, President  T.-R.-IiIerritt,-VicePresM(St".Cathariries)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  ,   ._      Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Ontario  V_������r:couvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Trafn for the East and Portland  departs 7:15 p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 1:4 5  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or lay overs anywhere,  Get through tickets and further information of O.  R.  to N. city ticket  oflice,    No.    430.   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St.,  Spokane.  Wash.  J. Campbell,  General Agent, Spokane,  W. H. Ilurlburt, G. P. A., Portland.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Stylo at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  fyevelstoKs Hospital  A London cable says:    Forthcoming  promotions include the raising of Lord  Charles Beresford to the ramt of rear-  admiral.   Lord Charles is at present]  captain in the Royal Navy. I Drs.  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  McKechisie  and Jeffs, Attendants  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingcrsoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  "   St, Catharines  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at -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.  Pacific^  ������������������ __, .* *,- ��������� i<  SOO PACIFIC LINE  Cheapest, quickest and best route.  Toronto. New Yor"__. PblladelphUt,. _..  ~~~Mo~ntre-U7BostoiTHiU__J'ai-^sil|    ~7T  Eastern and European Points  REVELSTOKE'  IRON WORKS..  Blacks     thine:. Jbbb'ne  Plumbing*.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithins:  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.--^.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Sen.  MITCHELL   &   CO.  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS.  Calgary, Alberta  Tourist  Cars  leave Revelstoke -  daily for  St. Baul;' for-- Toronto ,'  every Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursday. .-    -<?  Train leaves Revelstoke for all"  points south daily except Sunday;*'  arriving daily except Monday.   ���������  Empress  of India, Empress of  Japan and Empress of China sailing:  every four weeks for China and  Japan. '-������������������-''-,,,'  >- Warimoo, Miowera and Aorangi  sailing every four weeks for Hono-'  lulu, Suava and all Australian and  New Zealand ports.'   ,       -���������-..-  For full particulars apply to nearest  C.P.R.-Agent or to      . " .  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.   ST. MACOREGOR.   - j  Travelling Pawongor Agent,    ebon.  E.J.COYLE, PU.Panengi_cAReiit,ruoonv������r'  j"  Spokane Falls.Wd .Norttieph.  kelson and Ft. SJieppanT  Red .Mountain Kyi. "  Thei onljr all ran rout* without ensure o'.  cars between Spokane. Northport. RoSSiad,  and Nelson; also between Boealaad and '  Nelson.       n *.   -       ....      - -^  DAILY     EXCEPT   . SUNDAY.  LKAVE. NORTHPORT ABUTS.  F?rJ???������ane-     ���������    '           From Spokane- '  l:20p.m. ..ldOnja.  ���������_.1"32ip-,,1L: lz-fiajD.  la������P-m .....U-ttpjn.  Close connections at nelson with ___Mmn  for Kielo and all Kwrtenay J-dtoJSnSf*^"  Pasuengers for Kettle Elver' and Bonndarr  Creek connect at Marcos with stage, dally.;      .  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  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 once to  eJJLMES   L.   FORD   &  CO  Mine Brofcera. _  MJmwy ~~ft>r"fg-  No. 9 MU1 St., between Riverside and  , Sprague, Spokane, Wash.   -  - -, - ;=- ���������'���������"'  H %
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LOCAL AND JJENERAL   NEWS
An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal
and   General Items Round and
About Revelstoke.
Your printing.���ask Tin- Herald
about it.
Henry Boss has been appointed administrator of the estate of J. C.
Wagner nt Spokane.
Mr. Geo. Chapman of A. Macdonald
to Co., left on Monday afternoon for a
three week's trip to Kelson and other
points down l-iver.
Lardeau Forks, a mining camp in
Kootenay. Distance from Trout Lako
City. 4 miles. Viekers, Walker to, Ferguson, hotel.���Henderson's  Directory.
Mi*. .T. H. Picitrd. a prominent Edmonton business man, went through
on Monday to Sandon to dispose of
some grain. He will stop here on his
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Mr. TJolt. of the Rossland firm of
Holt e.*c Grogan. rc'lurned0on Sunday
from examining some properties on
the Bhiewiter creek ncitv Donald,
of which he thinks very highly.-
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condensed form of the various routes
to the Klondike. It unaccountably
omits the new Golden Era air-line.
At a meeting of   tlio  vestry  of   St.
Peter's church held on Saturday night,
,_i"_wn.5___.>-_Qlvecl_t.T_coiniiience_the erec
tion of ihe parsonage on  part of the
lots belonging lo the church, at once.
The tonnage of freight carried by
the C. P. K. steamers on the Arrow
La^'js doubled hist week over the
amounts of th*.' previous weeks. Pass-
��*ng"r travel has also shewn a noticeable increase.
The Harry Lindley Co. have written
ioMr.lleidtos-.~y-th.it thoy will be
here sometime about lhe end of the
month nnd will shew, if satisfactory
ai-rnngements can be made. The company comprises 15 pei formers, including the Senorita Garcia.
A~ses~m-nt work on the Lost Horse
claim on the noith of the Lardeau,
owned by II. Ho.-.-* and W. H. Onrlnch
t-hr-.v.- up the property well. A 20 foot
shaft and a crosscut on the ledge shew?
four feet uf good concentrating ore.
The Nelson Economist is in a position
to state "that the C. P. It. propose
hereafter to control Uie carrying trade
of the Kootenay and that the alien
pifiject of smelting British Columbia
ores in American territory will be circumvented."
Tlie new C. P. JI. fast boat, now
building at Xnkn<-p. will be called the
Rowland. She will make, it is expected, about IS miles an hour and her
size will be about the same as the
Kootenay. She will make the round
trip between Robson and Arrowhead
daily.
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Cayley were in
town em Tuesday on a honeymoon
trip from Vernon to the south country.
"Mr. Cayley. who is now one of the
leading lawyers at Grand Forks, was
:it one time editor of the Calgary
Herald and tit another period of his
career Premier of the Northwest Territories.
Some person unknown, either out of
spite to Mr. P. R. Peterson or in pursuance of an idiotic idea that ho was
doing something funny, cut down wilh
a jackknift- on Sunday night one of the
trees standing on the road outside Mr.
Peterson's premises.   If  Pete catches
'him. he will have difficulty in locating
ihe exact spot where the- funny part of
'-.he business comes in.
_hj ''
* Al Oiitiii-iii i-idi'i' on draught at,
XV. B. Peiiso to Co's.
Mr. 0. J. Atkins nr the French Creek
Co., returned from Chicago uu Sunday.
Mrs. nml Miss n.'ad.sliiiw have returned ficiiii their visit lo tlu- cemsl,
_G. (J. Tnnslnll, gold I'liiii'mihshinci'al
IC.-inilunps was a passenger tin yesterday's No. 1.
Mr. Thompson 1~, L. Taylor left
yesterday I'm- ti three weeks' business trip to Vancouver.
The only evidence in town that "Monday was Labor Day was Unit tin: Imperial Bank was closed.
The. date of ihu harvest festival in
St. l-elet-'.s church litis been Used for
Sunday week, Sept. 101 h.
Tin* Mnyl'iiiL-.'.isfecs are giving daily
concerts .-it Itusslunel in the International cafe during lunch hours.
* There is an excellent stock of
groceries, teas, coffees, canned goods,
etc., etc., these days at W. 11. Pease to
Co's.
Vcn. Richard Small, nvehdencon of
New Westminster, took service at
Golden on Sunday unci wont home to
Lyttem yesterday.
Dr. Duncan left for the west yesterday, having seen the reorganization of
oui- sanitary urrungumonts hero in n
fail* way to be carried out to his satisfaction.
Fall and winter goods tire arriving.
No mutter what your business or what
the size of it. The Herald cm help
you along. Yours for more bus'ness
through bettor and more extensive
advertising,���Thk lii__n.u_.i-.
The Ileirnes-Payno company have
abo'il _0 men working on the Armstrong lake end of their road through
thu Galena Pass, nnd another party is
now in camp at Rosenheim .mil will
start on that end at once.
J. Strafford and R. B. Huffman, who
have been working at (lu* Lanaik
mines at Laurie for the past year,
were in town yesterday on their way
to Sandon. Mining operations have
ceased for lhe present at Laurie, pending other arrangements.
Mr. F. Mc-Ctivty' is going to build a
shed tin the switch in front, of Tapping's theatre., capable of holding 15
cars of coal. Hi* will bring in haul
coal from Anthracite in Alberta and
sell it delivered at S$S per ton. lie will
also get in a cm-load of blacksmith's
coal.
J. A. Collins wtis brought in from
Ferguson on Saturday suffering from
a bad cut on tho side of the wrist,
severing the two tendons of the
thumb. He was working at the
shingle" machine in Walker & Go's,
sawmill when the accident happened.;
Tn answer to numerous inquiries as
to whereabouts at the St. Leon Hot
Springs Mr. Grady intends to erect the
��10,000 hotel mentioned in our contemporary last week, the Herald
must plead ignorance. The springs
are two miles from the lake on the
side of a miiuulain and Mr. Grady*.-
property does not touch-the "lake at
all.
The Black Diamond claim is situated
at the head of the south fork of the
Lardeau on the divide between Haley
creek, and about five miles from the
Silver Cup mine in a direct line. Ali-c.
Gainor and C. 12. Bailey have bee'ii
doing development on the. claim, and
have completed tin open cut IS fe-et
and an S foot.,tunnel. Tbe li'dgc,
which shewed only about an inch of
'olid ore on tbe surface*. ha�� widened
out to from a foot to IS inches wide of
shipping ore. galena, Iron anel copper,
wilh a-' foot ledge by the side of it of
concentrating ore.
Judge Forin last Haturdav committed Costello, who committed the
brutal assault on lawyer Ctonyn in
Rossland, for trial at the October
assizes at Nelson. The prisoner was
"admitted to bail at 81.000. Judge
Forin commented very severely on the
attacks on the prisoner made by the
Rosslanel press, which had compelled
the defence to produce character evidence. He said that, if tbe case were
proceeded with, he could sec no way
of not inflicting a penalty on Costello.
Personally he hael such .strong ideas
on the subject of assault that he would
allow the case to go to the assizes at
Nelson next month, where trial by
jury could be secured.
Talking to the Rossland Miner anel
speaking of the recent discovery of
gold on Gainer Creek, Henry Boss
said: "The finds of free gold recall a
prediction made to mc several years
ago by R. K. Neil I, who was exporting
the district for John A. Finch. After
looking over the field arid noting lhe
number of quartz ledges it contained,
Mr.'Neill stated that while tit present
the prospectors in that vicinity were
looking for silver-lend, the time woulil
come when gold would bo found in
the very hills that the: -silver prospectors had shunned. There-cent prospecting after free gold quartz shows that
there are any number of ledges which
will yield from S2 to gI2 in gold per
ton, and when that grade* or ore can
be made to pay, gold mining will be
an important fe.itiuc of the Lni-elc.iu
district.
"My ad. in Tun Hicham) brings
gootl results," said ti prominent, business niei-elitmt, lo us yestcsihiy.
" The Herald " for Job Printing.
* Tin-: llijit.M.n dues neiif, plain
iilli'iiel'vt' printing. , When ynu waul
a gnud job��� tint: that you want, peoples
lu look al. tuitl retitl���i.-tnnu to us.
* J. Arnovitcl'.'s store in Tapping's
Block is well supplied with Ladies' Jackets (latest styles), Blouses, Skirts, etc.,
which must be cleared out at once. Flan-
nelletes, Dress Goods, Table Linens,
Tidies, Towels, etc., at lowest prices.
Men's Suits at prices which will surprise
you. The whole stock must be cleared
out by the 15th of September.    Call early.
Wanted.
A couple or I'oiiiiii, with iisei of Icllclion, by 11
couple \i llli onu c-lilltl.   Apply ul tills nlllrc-.
Hotel License
Notico ti hereby given llml we Inliiiiil lo
tit.ply :'.il day-, after date tti tlio Stlpeniliiiry
MiiKistnite nf Uie ltevelstoki: dlvlxioii nf Wc.-t
Koeiteiiuv lot* ti licence tu retail ll��|itor tit our
hotel nl Albert Cniivuii.
cii'.o. r. king.
It.  l'ATTI-.ltSO*-.
.1. 1'ATTEKSOX.
Sept. II, 1S07. -Isultw
Sign Painting and Gilding
Kalsominiug, Paperhanging, General
House and Carriage Painting,
D.   STAMRfeR,
St.roND S'ritEiir,
rkviii"tokr Station, b. C.
Law,
merchant Tailor,
Has just received the first consignment of his new stock, and has
more on the way. He* is neiw in a
position to supply till orders for
clothing. Latest styles and best
finish.
Revelstoke Station, B.C.
All  Branches
or Tin:
Tonsorial Art
Execute il with iiiiibittcxtrotiH
De.-uerily nt
J. Morgan's   ���
" -^EZ3isr>���_ Shaving Parlor
Hot and Cold Baths
Confectionery
Tobaccos
.   Fresh Fruits
ON*'" DOOR EAST COLUMHIA HOTEL.
Rhodesia restaurant
1   ** and BOARDING HOUSE,
CoitNEi: or Scrosi* Stbeht .ind
Obton Av__m.k,
RSVKLSTOKE   STATION.    -
ENGLISH COO-'IS'CI uinler the superintendence of Mr*. I.apworlh.
Itining Hoom aliende-.l to per->onallv bv the
proprietor.
MEALS   AT   ALL  HOURS
CleatititiesM ami civility onr motto. Terms
mo.I^rate. -
ajaugtf A. J. I..\r\VORTlI, Proprietor.
First; Class Dance Hall To L.at
Notice
Notice i* hereb-.- .riven thai 1*0 elav: after 'late.
I v, ill apply to th'e Hon. Chief Coiiii'.ii-.siimer of
Lait'l-e an.i ���.York*- for .1 lie^cn-.-c to e-ui timber on
-^b^-f"."'-"���.**;-?- -T-*-A"i>*-^'a 1j>"j1 !-,-*...',.=?  _:w:_,n.7
elKtriet, Trout Lake; mining elivision: e-'on.^
meiie-inj-: tit a ijo-: placc-.i al the* noribv.-e-i
e-orne-r of Imviet l*er_rii-.on*^ pre-"cmpiioii. n:n-
nir-ir north 'Ai chain ���'. :-';<z __���<.! >-!nun.r -nuth fl1
e-tiaim, ezsM-t r-_-,.iin>. north .0 e-Iiain-e. ea-t 10
chain* to ii,:;_i-.I pis-i,'. e-ntain'rjt-r t-ttacr.--.
Al-o o.,tr.'ne:i-:n^-n: a j^ise m "'.be- r.or*Ite*a--t
e-oni'-r of I'i ilj "\*___)l.er'-j. lan-i. rimiilr..' *.v>i ill
rhftin-.. r_n__h SO chair.", ea-t -Jti i-ha'.tj-. north in
e-hi-.itis, ea--r lit cl'.-e_r.��, more ejf j.-^, te. north
fork oi L-ir-irat: Cr-ck. thence foli'iv. lilt; e-n-ele
j-.jutJi Kifl f-!-,ani-, w-.-j-t 211- e-.ial.-.-. rn^r-j tjr '^-.-v,
to P. V,..Iter's F--1--T line*, tlie:nce- north %i e-huit:^
to initial  po-t. e-OB'.alnln.-.   11"  i.cre--, more or
le in all tv^i acre-:, more e-r 1-*--*.
EMV.M'.li jUj.WK.
Rerc-i-tr-lcc, Av.2.11, 1S07.
FERGUSON
The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.
J3
THE.,
5
^-��~^ of Ferguson
^ancl 10-Mile.
CUMMINS  ��Sc  CO.,
GENERAL   MERCHANTS,
Dealer  in  Miners'   Supplies, Hardware,
Groceries, Dry Goods.
E\erythlng to be fnttti-l in a ���-���eneral .-Jloi-c.
I'o.-t OHK-e In eemiiuc'lloii.
At Ouit 10-Mii.i: I'.it.iN.-it Stoi-.i:,
POVyDEH, CAPS, FUSE, COAL,
.STEEL
tui'l all'Minors'nml I'l-ospectors' Supplies arc
kept on lintitl.
-   o
General
Merchants
iners and Prospectors
Outfitted, &c.
5o��� ���52
Ferguson; B. C���The centre of
the Lardeau Mines.
Be   SlH'e and register at thc-
when you reach FERGUSON.
The tabic is provieleel with tho lest tlio market
���   cll'orels.
Hates from -*.1 to ?:t per elay.
"CUMMINGS  BROS.,
riopriet-.rs. lrju
When You Reach
Thomson's Landing,
PROSPECTOR'S
EXCHANGE
Best Meals in the T.tirtletiu.
- StiiKe actl Jj-.vety iii conDCOtion.
T. W. GRAHAME. Proprietor.
e   ..
Arrowhead
Hotel
Pc-rter Meets All Trains
and Eoats.
Sar Well Supplied With
All the Necessaries.
Arrowhead
B. C.
E. J. Kerr,
Proprietor.
- Prospectors
Home.
Meals
25Cts.
JROUT LAKE GSTY HOTEL
1
Notice.
Tt.
Mrs. A. E. Jowett, Proprietress.
Trout Lake City, S. C.
NOTICE Hbe'rcbyfrlve-n that -e'xiy ilnyo fffrl
ei-*t_. w*>. 'he, unei.-i-*;ti_tr,c'I lutci,.! :j> attply
to the Chief Cjamiiiis-iloner of I_Jin.l* nnr.
W'crk-t for perirlomon to pur-li-ire' ih': follow-
int( el-"Tibeel properly, sltuato-i tit the. m. utli
of lloyel Crff-U (a trlbiitat-j- ,.f Ki"'.i ("i-re-k. Ii
tha Ij.\rel,-ati lllvltslon of I-oMeimy ljWtrl��-t
s��r .r< inti at a ;,o��t near when-the trail cr'j*��p."B
ll*>el (;.-cck %��� el running -elxiy rhalnn north,
thoeiec (Ix y i lmiin wtM��� t!ie-..cc nixly rlmlm
���ionfh, the--co ��.ixty e bains fun u, poini or
couinier.ectrient, e.jtit/iini..f{:ii�� aere-H more or
lei*.
0Ke;!iejK __st::,r.s'Kl".
(JHAIII.KS I1UI.I.AH1).
Datc.el .Inne 21, ISO".
Y.n.K Itr^-i��Tnv,
Aim. u, i"~7.
i.n-  tue  pt'PREMi:  cotrrrr  or p.i'.itish
Columbia, In   the   matter  of   the-   enrieial
Aelininistrator-,' Act. unci  in the matb-r of
the   estate of   C;harh-t    P-erirer  eloe'e-a*..*eI,
elnti'cl the ISth elav of Julv. A.I). Is''7.    ITjion
r.-'ii'ling   the   altielavit"  of    Ernest    Henry
Phcridnn   JtcfjCati   ami    C'harleo   yrcelcri'e-
I.in'lniark.
It   jj   onli-reil   that  .ramet  Fer^tf-on   j\rri-
strenpr, Olbcial j\elmlni��trator for the County
t:oun flistrict of Kootenay, be- aelininiTra'or
eif till an-I singular the eeKi'ls, chattels, rights,
nnel ere-lits which wero of e;lIartc^ Hcr-?e*r]4ate;
of"IlleciUcwae-t in  the eli.^triejt  e.f   K.iot.nav.
free miner, ele'e-ea.^,.el;
jlnil it is further orelererl, that thi-. or(ler be
r.tilill'.liO'I In the KeveNtoke Heral'I nt-w-epaper
for the period of sixty elayj.
(Signeel.)   A. .T. McCALr.,
The crcelitor-, nnel persons inlcre-ste*'! in the
estate, of the tibovei ne*m"rl Charles- Horner, lap-
of fllccllli'wni't In the District of Kootenav.
free miner, elrcea.seel, are herebv rc-qnir'-'l
A-ithin sixty eln-.s freim this elate "to fi-nel by
re-e/isf.jreel le-tter nelelr-sscel to James r-Vrt_ruson
������.rmsir'iiiir, fllTicial /lelmitiistrator, Fort Steele-,
Ilritwh C'eilnmbia, particulars of tlu-ir rbiiinj,
nn'I the nature of the Ki-e-nritii-s (if any) helil
by them. After the expiration of the taiel
��itty .la;,s, tin; ilistnbiitie.n of the saiel -steite
will be pr.-it-ee-'Icel with, roe_;ari! be-ins bail only
te, ��ue-b e-laiim e.f v.-hich notice Hhal] be triven
a-, afore-sniel. J
Diiteel this20th elay of Aimu-t, 1S07.
J.   I". AlcMSTItONf;,
���ilautt Official Aelminisirator, Kf.oti-nay.
Notice.
Notice is herebv irlvn thai f'l elavs after elnic
the ii_i'IiT"lRni'il, II. Dtittcan Kobsein, iiitrri'ls
to make upplle-ntion to the Chief C.ontinisslDii.-r
of I.anils r.ii'I Works for permission le, pnrcha.-.o
li' ne-re-t of bitiel, situate in I.anlean r>i\ i^i.Mi
of koott-nay liMrit-l: Hlartini; at a post ul the
.'-���olitb Wist corner eif As,, llillmnii's block of
:t_!0 acres, ninrk'-el "initial pe.st e.r II. IMiiii-an
UhImiii'i claim." riiniiitii; .North 2li cliains,
thi'lic We.st-Kichaii.s, then.-.- S'outh-in e-hains,
Iheiici. Ka^t lu chains, tlii-iif-.. Xortli W chains
to plae-eof bc-aiiiiiii-n;.
If. liCSejAS   KOIISON.
K-r'.U'.on, Aujiust IStli. lb','7. se,,i.ji,v
HIS HOTEL has just been enlarged and relil.ted. newly furnished
throughout, innkint; it the best bote'I
in the City. The table is one of the
best *jiipplii'd in the Liirdpaii. The
bat-conUiin-. u-.c-rythiny to make you
happy.
JAS. HUTCHISON
Heavy Draying and
Transfer Work a Specialty
Te_aml!i-__'jf a'.i _ti:t i-receivt*s prompt attention,
The -'bl��r-.- '...ti " horse Is tho ."Inn ItoarJ.
REVELSTOKE STATION, B.C.
We have a good supply of
mg
Material
**��_s_z2iM=��� ^nd Lumber
Cut Prices for Spot Cash.
Call and See us	
We Can Fix You	
REVELSTOKE SAWMILLS
Revelstoke  Station, B. C.
HORSES FOR SALE
Also Horses taken for Winter
Pasture.
Pack   and   Saddle   Horses' for
Sale.   Apply to
f. Mccarty
llatilt
Hole! License
_~eiti.... is hereby t,'iven that 30 elavs aTter elate
wc intenel In iipplj te. the Stipciiillni-v Mimis.
tratu of thu Hi-\cl.ste>kc Klvisleiti ('if West
Keiiiletioy for a lieei'se to sell li.itior-: at our
hotel al Trout Ink- Citv.
,    , Mi'f.KNNAN'  A  15LAI.!'.
Iruut I.ttLe e;ily, Auk. W, lt>H7. uujl�� It
rta ^
J&KMaVMB
tj��*t)f~&~\\
li.rpi-^tJE'iJS
;
���xmjematajy
W��MWl 'C-t"^'*^\!}'f-{'E?    -/iil-HVi1!^   T-5^-_.\X*l     ��=-*   ^
id) ic*
Agent for the Bilckcnsderrei'
Typewriter
F. B. WEbbS
Successor to GILKER & WELLS
Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,
Shoes, Gents' Furnishings., Stationery,
Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc
POST OFFICE STORE,
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
 DEALERS IN.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
iHAY,  FLOUR  AND  FEED~
E ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK
IT ffiAKES- N6 DIFFERENCE-
���limm in __.������w-Aiet*.
'  Who is Your Physician.    It Pays to Take Your,
PRESGRTPTI0NS       ;
-re. ABEY'S DR_S: ST9RE
11RCAUSE they frive.it personal attention.  \ " v "-���'.     '���"   "' 1 ' -
l"l<;CAUSIi they tarc reliable chetitisLs. '"  ., ��� '    ,   .    -
BECAUSE you can rely on tieciu-iite compounding from pure drugs at moderate prices. .
T-HIIEj    y?JL03>r3ZttJ3,    ZDSTTG-ca-IST,
���R-BIVELSTQ-K-B    S~f"_A.TI03__T
Also Two Carloads of
SHELF AKD HEAVY HARDWARE
W.M. Lawrence,
Hardware Merchant, ,.
Revelstoke Station.
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Stockholm House
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor.
Table* furnished with the choicest the-
market, affords. . Best Wines. Liquors
and Cigars. Large light heel veioinst
Rates : $1.00 a day.   Monthly rate.
Why Buy
All kiinlei of nutter at all
kinels of prices, when the
CHOICEST
CREAMERY
BUTTER   (Try It)
Can be elclivereel at your floor at
25 CENTS PER i_B.
I-'rom	
or. ivi- 3vi:cc;A.XjXi"cr*M:,
"KLOND BTnEET,  REVF.IJ3TOKE STATIOX.
A sale of furniture anil household
cITcc-l. will be held tit "Mr. Yolland's
residt-tice toniorrow, commencing at 1
p.m.
Dealers in all kinds of
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Upholstering anel Kcpalr Work a Specialty.
"lail Orders given Trompt jUtentibn.
OKGANS j\".'D PIjVXOS.
Agents for Rftymonel Sewing Machine, Manufacturers' Life Insurance  Society, Union Firo
Insurance Co., Provincial Bulleling i Loan Association.
���BEV-ELaTOKE    sSTJ^moiSr,    "B. c.
THE PIONEER LIVERY���^
Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake District
1-43"
'ADDLE AN"D
PACK HORSES
ALWAYS FOR
niRE. ij
���>
FREIGHTING
- AND
TEAMING
A  SPECIALTY
��
Daily Stage leaves Thornton's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock for Trout Lake City.
Tor particulars write ���_ . , __,    ,
CRAIG & UILLMAN, Thomson's Lasdiso.,
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