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GOLDEN ERA.
VOL. VI. NO. 22.
GOLDEN B.C., SATT RDAY, JANUARY 2, 18C7
$2 Per Year
A
AND   A
HAPPY
���
��� NEW YEAR ���
���   ���   TO ALL.
There are a great many
things in this Store that you
may need just now including
a new Stock of
Fresh Dried Fruits.
H.  G.  PARSON,
GENERAL   MERCHANT,
ALEXANDER   BLOCK
I am not selling at any half price, but my prices are
right in Silverware, Rocking Chairs, High Back Chairs,
Reed Rockers, Reed Baby Chairs,High and Baby Rockers,
Nice Dining Room Chairs-cane seated, Nurse's Rockers,
and Fancy Silk Goods such as Mantle Drapes, Table Covers, Gents and Ladies Ties and Kerchiefs.
New Tear Advlee.
Don't wait for the wagon while the
walk-inn in -rood.
Don't grieve over spilt milk vr'uilt
there's one cow left in the pasture.
Don't say the world is (trowing
worse when you are doing nothing tu
make it better.
Don't tell the world your troubles.
You can't borrow ten dollars on them.
Don't let the grass grow under your
feet.   The cows can't get at it there.
Don't forget to remit for the past
year's subscription and start the Mew
Year by paying in advance.
Don' get your printing done out of
town when you can get it done as
neatly and cheaply at home.
CHARLES A. WARREN.
Watch, Clock & Jewelry
Repairing
in the best style of the trade with the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.      ,
JOHN iremri.L4if,
Watchmaker mid  Jeweller.
<���lol4le.ii,  IM!.
Opposite  the  Columbia  House. ,
HUDSON'S
BAY CO.
(INCORPOBATED 1670.)
"A Drop
"In the Bucket"
doesn't amount to much,
but a drop in prices
amounts to a whole lot
to most people. That's
what has happened in
the Grocery Departmen t
of the Big Store on Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason why
Sou shouldn't get the
enefit so drop us a card
and get more valuable
information on the subject.
The Neilson Furniture Go
(Limited)
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalogues and Price
Lists to any person sending tliein
their address.
The  Neilson.   Furniture  Co.,
Calgary, Alberta.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALGARY, ALTA.
J. G. TEMPLETON,
ONLY
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
between Winnipeg and
the Coast.
Mail Orders Receive
Prompt Attention.
Calgary, Alberta.
Pimm Cured in 8 to 0 Niohts.���Dr.
Agnew's Ointment will euro all fastis of itching piles in from three to six niglitH. One application bring* comfort. For blind and
bleeding piles it is peerless. Also cures Tetter, Salt Rheum, Ecuema, Barber's Itch and
all eruptions of the skin, .IA cents. Sold by
(1. A. Warren.        .
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Mrs. G. H. Brock left for Toronto
on Wednesday for a two months visit.
A watch night service was held in
the Methodist Chnrch on New Year's
Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Neilson of
Beaver were visitors on Tuesdav. Mr.
Neilson states that he is going to
bring a rink of Beaverites down some
day to show the Golden boys how to
curl.
E. A. ICimpton's four horse team
with 7.400 pounds of freight en routs
for Windermere, capsized over the
bank a few miles out from Golden.
The accident is said to have resulted
owing to the bad state of the wagon
road.
Mrs. Capt. Gordon, of Golden, who
has been in Calgary for some time
preparing for an operation, underwent
it this (Tuesday) morning, and although it was of a serious nature we
are pleased to hear she is remiirkubly
well after It. -Calgary Herald.
Mr. Hewitt Bostock, M.P., arrived
from Ottawa on Tuesday's No. 1, he
spent ths day in town leaving on
Wednesday morning for Kevelstoke.
During his stay here Mr. Bostock wus
Interviewed by the Town Committee
on several important matters including
"Aid from the Dominion Government
for dyking purposes," "Surveying of
Upper Columbia valley," "Telegraphic
Cammunication with Fort Steele," and
"Weekly Mail Service with the Upper
Country." With reference to the
first three subjects Mr, Bostock stated
that he would give them his earnest
attention and would see whut could be
done with regard to them. As to the
weekly mail service Mr. Bostock said
the matter was practically settled and
full particulars might bo expected in a
few days.     . , 	
A Lang Distune* Order.
Meisrs. Carson A Shore, whose fame
for good saddles and first class supplies
is well known the country over, have
received a large order from Messrs. A.
C. Brownrigg and Jack Stewart, two
former Alberta boys, who are largely
interested in freighting and other good
paying investments in South Africa.
The letter dates from Bulawayo, No-
venilier 9l.h, and the order is-for several
saddles and a long list of inlaid bits,
plaited bridles, inlaid Mexican spurs,
quirts, chains for bridle lines, and best
silver conchas and rosettes for spurs
and bridle���"quality, cost not considered." The writer says that they are
doing a good business, as also are the
Brownrigg Bros., and in closing intimates that thev all wish to be remembered to old ffiends around Calgary. Stewart mentions in his letter
that he served in the campaign against
the Matabelees and was promoted to a
lieutenancy.���Calgary Herald,
The llhrl.tina. Tree.
The Christmas Tree for the children
of the town took place on New Year's
Eve and was a brilliant success, The
ladies who had the management of the
entertainment and the training of the
children are to be complimented on the
success oi their efforts. The entertainment commenced at 7:80, the audience
being large and appreciative. The
various numbers on the programme
which consisted of songs, recitations,
dialogues, etc., were performed by the
children in a most creditable manner.
The Tree, the principal part of tbe
entertainment, was moit artistically
decorated and was literally loaded with
presents for the youngsters. Mr. F.
C. Lang made a model Santa Claus
und cnir.e down the chimney, which
had been erected on the platform, iu a
unique mannor. borne of the bigger
children were presented with gifts
much to the amusement of the audience.
Santa Claus was rewarded for his services, being presented with a miniature
of himself in everyday lire. The
evening's entertainment wound up
with a dance which was entered into
heartily by both young and old. A
few minutes before midnight the entire
company termed a large circle aud
danced the old yenr out and the new
year in. Everyone voted tbe enter*
tain ment au A 1 success and a most
enjoyable time was spent.
The Onnfell (.hooting.
Orenfell, Alta., Dec. 27.-About It
o'clock p.m., ou the night ot the 24th
Norman McLeod, jr., was shot in the
thigh by Wm. Meek, in the waiting-
room of thn C.P.R. station, Meek was
subsequently arrested by the deputy
sheriff and handed over to the mounted
police on their arrival. There is no
I'bhko'ii imslgut-'l tor il��t shuoiiiii; ex-
ici'|.t Hint M->r'k wns drunk. The prisoner was brought U-f-jiv Edward Fits'*
geiiild. J. P.. in fi p in., and whs remanded in the custody of the N. W.
M. P. nmi! Siitui'ibiy ut 2 p.m., when
lit tin'l-t-iiiii s- of Iri-   1-ollliiril.   Mr.    W.
Peel, a further Hiljiiiirinm-IM whs granted till Tui--.il i.y nt in ��.in. M-rLeod's
doctor Kays he will be all right iu a
few days.
BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH.
For 2*. Yian*, Snys Kin. J. D. flt-ii'.-lniit of As-
-jury fuck, N. J., antl Two JloU.tr-. ol' Or.
Agipv/'n Ohio Tor t'.u Heart  SU*
riott'd   I'm   I,e.t    'irtaiiii-r.
For twenty fl-e ; enr- I b;ivo Ikx.ii u great
sufferer fn.ni lietn-l (''Ise-ise, puiniiullun,, ilin-
xinessantl stmitrbo.illi.i*hus. 1 *i..w llr. Air-
uew's Cure fnr irV Mc.rl;. v> r'we-l, and tle-
terniliieU io Irj it. 'I itn liulfles lime dune
wuixders tin- in,'. Tlm ill.. Link ;in�� imlpitu-
tion aro gmie, llie Im.iil.i.-iitM llll.O <lii.app6.ir-
etl. 1 never cease telling my friends the
wonderful benefit this great cure has been to
me, and I cheerfully recommend tt anv nntl
tvery where.  Sold By C. A, Warren, \
Kite CSol&en <Bva
Tin _D-iJ3*I -ill is published ever
Saturday morning in timo to catch the east
and west mail trains, also the mail for the
upper country, Wiudorinore, Fort Steele etc
is the only advertising medium in the Beat
ootenay district.
Subscription Ifc'tH-i :   J-I.Oflper annum  IN
ADVANCE.
Advertisements ami changes must he iu
the office not later than 1*1 a in, on Thursday
to insure insertion,
Alt cash to be paid tu tho Manager, from
whom tin Company's receipt will be obtained,
Advertisement rules made known on appli-
catior '.o
llie Golden Eta Publishing Company,
SATURDAY, JAN. 2,  1897.
A HAPPY MEW YlC-It.
In wishing the readers of The Eua
a Happy New Year we feel that it is
no mere form of words, but that the
year '97, will be for all in our district
a prosperous and happy one.
We base our views on the fact that
at last the mineral resources of East
Kootenay are receiving the attention
of capitalists and we state, without
(ear of contradiction, that our mineral
properties will soon stand with the
first in the world in tbe favor of those
who are looking for this olass of
development. Such being the case no
prophetic spirit is needed to predict
prosperity for the whole district of
East Kootenay and for Oolden its
capital.
Our merchants who have had for
the past few years held their own in
tho face of difficulties will now reap
tbe advantage of their faith in Golden.
Our Bonifaces will prosper while
ministering to tbe wants of tbe trawl-
ling public.
Those who have invested In our
Townsite will find themselves recouped
alter years of waiting. Our mill will
find its capacity taxed to the utmost
to keep up with the supply of lumber
needed for development.
Our contractors will need constantly
Increasing facilities to cope with the
expansion of their operations, and one
and all will feel the stimulus imparted
by the increased flow ef capital to our
district.
But, to one and all The En a offers
this word of warning, let us be careful
not to lose our heads in the tide of
prosperity, but to take a lesson from
Other places which have, after a teuton of prosperity, lieen enticed into
extravagance and are now suffering
from tbe reaction that follows undue
inflation of values.
With this we close, again wishing
each and all A Hai-.-v New Y.aii.
builds and operates the road. The Intercolonial Railway may not have been
a success financially under the administration of the Conservative Government, but that is no indication that
it cannot be profitably operated by the
governraen t w h ic h is not absolutely un -
der the thumb of the C. P. R as the
late government undoubtedly was. But
���ven under tho conditions which have
existed since its construction we are
inclined to tho belief that the Intercolonial has been a pronounced success in
the broadest sense of the term. We
venture the assertion that few of its
patrons would be content to see' it operated bv any other than the Government, despite its shortcomings in the
past. As the Government of Canada
has seen fit to assume the construction
and ownership of a railway connecting
Quebec with the maritime provinces,
we insist that it is equally the duty of
the Government to build and operate
the proposed national highway through
the Rocky Mountains connecting the
fertile plains of the Northwest Territories with the mining districts of
Kootenay. By so doiug two of the
principul links in the chain destined to
rivit all portions of the Dominion in
one homogeneous whole would be
snccersfuly cast. There is another
aspect of this question which seems to
us to compel the Government to this
policy. Without the Crow's Nest
Pass Railway assures to tbe people of
Kootenay a cheap supply of fuel, all
the expense of ita constrnbtion will
have been in vain. Tbe great coal
fields of East Kootenay have been reserved to a syndicate of local land
sharks, headed by tbe Hon. Col. Baker,
Provincial Minister of Mines. This
syndicate can only acquire title to these
cold fields hy building the Crowjs Nest
Pass Raslway. Were tbe Dominion
Government to build the railway it
would forever prevent tbis syndicate
from acquiring title to these coal fields,
and the accomplishment of this object
alone would be ultimately worth to
Canada the entire cost of the railway.
With the Dunsmuir* controlling Br t
ish Columbia's coal fields on tbe west
and Col. Baker's syndicate controlling
the Crow's Nest Puss Railway on the
east, the miners of Kootenay would be
between the upper and netbor millstones.���Rossland Minor.
In the Shadow of Death
THE    CONDITION    OF   HANT
YOUNG GIRLS IN CANADA.
Pali TUN ud Bliedliii Lips-Given te Hied-
aohii"Zxtnini Weakness, Heart Palpitation and Other Distressing Symptoms-
lhl Means of Cure Beidily at Hand.
From the Leamington Post.
The attention of tbe Post has lately
been frequently called to a remarkable
cure in the case of a young girl living
within a few miles ol this town, whose
life was despaired of, bnt was completely cured fn a short space of time
by the most wonderful of all remedies
Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills. Since reading
in almost every issue of tbe Post of
the cures effected by the use of this
medicine, we felt it to be a duty we
owed to investigate this case which has
so urgently been brought to our notice,
and we are sure the interview will be
read with interest by the thousands of
young girls all over Canada, as well as
by the parents of such interesting
pstients. The young lady in question
is not anxious for notoriety, but is
willing to make he case known In order
that others who rre similarly afflicted
may have an  opportunity  of being
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opens the secretions, relieves the lungs
and aids nature in restoring the system
to a healthy condition. If freely used
at soon as tbe cold has been contracted
���nd before it has become settled in the
system, it greatly lessons the severity
of the attack and has oftt.ii cured in n
single day what would have lieen a
severe cold. For Sale by Druggists
Langly A Cn , Wholesale Agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
Oovernment Ownership.
The Laurier Government has purchased the Bale de Chaulers Railway
and made it a part tlie Intercolonial
system. This may bs one of those
straws which indicate which wuy the
wind is blowing and we trust it is. I
Should it be sn indication that tbej
Laurier Government is in favour of the ?',- -��'*~-
���tate owning aud controlling the pub-
lie highways, it must have an important bearing on. the policy to be pursued
by tbe government in relatien to the
proposed Crow's Nest Pass Railway.
The Miner has long felt that it is imperative, if the Crow's Nest Pass Railway is t��be of real benefit to the people of Canada, tbat it should be under
government control, and control by
tbe government can never be complete-
1/ O-ej-oiwd unless the governwept
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
On. Sealei,   a Well-Known Contractor of
Vligara 'alls, Oomtilot-ily Honored by the
("rent South Ao erlcan Kidney Curl
Thouia-di More Van Bear thi
Same Te-tiinony.
I was a groat, innerer for years with acu'C
kidney disorder and piiin in my sides. When
almost nil other known remedies had been
fairly tried and luul tailed, 1 was advised to
take South American Kidney Cure. One
1-ottle did ine so much good 1 purchased two
more. I am now completely restored���feel
better than 1 have for live years, It's a great
euro; will givo roliof in sis hours, and 1 delight in recommending it to others. Sold by
0. A. Warren.
An Old Boldler'a RocoiiiiiienduUon.
Iii the late war I waa a soldier in
the First Maryland Volunteers, Company G. During my term of service I
contracted chronic diarrhoea. Since
then I have used a great amount of
medicine, but when I found any lhat
would give mo relief it would injure
my siomach, until Chamberlain's Culic
Cholera anil diurrhooa Remedy was
brought to my notice, I used it und
will suy it is the onlv remedy that
gave me permanent relief and no bud
results to follow. I tske pleasure in
recommending this preparatirn to all
equally benefitted. The symptoms in
her disease differed in no way from
those affecting, thousands of young
girls about her age. She was suffering
from extreme weakness, caused by an
impoverished condition of the blood,
and her chances of life seemed to grow
less every day. The best and brightest fade away as well as others, but
when we see a young girl of sixteen
years, who should be In the best of
health, witb cheeks aglow with tbe
rosy flush of youth, and eyes bright
and flashing, just the opposite, witb
sallow cheeks, bloodless lips, listless in
every motion, despondent, despairing
of life witb no expectation or hope of
regaining health, and with only one
wish left, that of complete rest physical and mental, we think it one of
the saddest of Bights.
In ths quiet little hamlet of Strang-
field, iu Esses County, just such a case
was presented to the sorrowing eyes of
loving friends a few months ago in the
person of Miss Ella Beacon, who frequently said she did not'care bow soon
she died, as life had no charms for her.
To our reporter she declared that life
had been a burden, but after- suffering
in tbis way for months, and after trying nil sorts of remedies prescribed by
physicians or furnished by friends
from some cherished recipe handed
down from their grandmother, but
without being benefitted iu tbe least,
she was at last persuaded by a neighbor to give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a
fair trial; but she bad tried' io many
remedies without getting relief that
she still refused for some weeks, However, repeated urgings by her parents
and friends she begun the use of the
pills. Before one box was taken she
experienced some relief, and after the
use of a few more boxes she was restored to perfect health, and there are
few young girls now who enjoy life
more. She says she owes her life and
happiness to Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills,
and is willing lhat ail the world shall
know it. Her case attracted much attention and her perfect recovery has
created muoh comment.
The facts above related are important
to parents,as tliere are many voung girls
just budding into womanhood who��e
locomotor ataxia, St. Vitus' dance,
nervous headache, nervous prostration
the after affects of la grippe, influenza
and severe colds, diseases depending on
humors in the blood, such as soorfula.
chronic erysiplas, etc. In the case of
men they effect a radical oure in all
cases arising from mental, overwork
or excesses of any nature,
Hand To-day.
Ladies and gentlemen, be alive to
your own interest. There has recently
been djfeovered, and is now for sale by
the undersigned, a truly wonderful
"Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." Tbls "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald head in
six weeks by tbe use of this wonderful
'Hair Grower." It will also prevent
the hair from falling. By tbe use of
this excellent remedv boys raise an excellent moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you want a surprising head of hair,
have it immediately bv 'he use of this
"Hair Grower." We also sell a "Complexion Whitening" tbat will in one
month's time make you as clear and
white as the skin can be made. We
never knew a lady or gentleman to use
two bottles of "Whitening," for they
all say that before tbey finished the
second bottle they were as white as
they would wish to be. After tbe use
��f this "Whitening," tbe skin will forever retain its color. It also removes
freckles, etc., etc The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents, per bottle, and the "Face
Whitening'' 60 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
address on receipt of price. Address
all orders to���
R. * J. RYAN,
201 Division Street, Otawa, Out.
I CAN'T SLEEP.
NOTICE.
In The Couhtt Court or Kootinav
holden at Do* ALU.
No. 49 of 1896
In the matter of Charles Nipmann alias Newman, deceased,
and
In the matter of the " Official Administrators'
Act", dited SEVENTH DAV Or D-tiBMB-R,
A. D. 1896.
Upon reading the affidavits of Charles W.
Bubar, Frank C. Lang and Jamas Ferguson
Armstrong, it is ordered, tbat James Ferguson Armstrong, Official Administrator of tbe
County Court District of Kootenay, shall be
Administrator of all and singular the goods,
chattels and credits of Charles Nipmann alias
Newman, deceased, and that tbis order he
published in The Golden Era for two consecutive issues.
(Signed)
CLEMENT J. CORNWALL,
C. C. J
Every creditor or other person having any
claim npon or interest in the distribution of
the personal estate of the ssid Charles Nip.
mann alias Newman, Is required within thirty
days of this date, to send by registered letter
addressed to the undersigned, Us name and
address, and the full particulars of his claim
or Interest, and a statement of his account.
v. iniul*!.., m. a pjaMjiuo���. v.   ���w ai���-ju���..
and the nature of the security (it any) held
by him. After the expiration of the said
thirty days the Administrator will proceed
with the distribution of the estate, having regard to those claims only of which he shall
have had notice.
Dated at Donald, B. C, this 23rd day of
December, A. D. 1896.
J. F. ABMSTRONO,
Official Administrator,
Donald, B. 0.
Is tha Dally  Wall of Tliounand. of
Humanity WI10 Havo suffered  na
Win. I'rondfoot of Hunt.villa Mai
Band What the Ureal booth Am.
erlean Nervine Did for Hint.
I waa greatly troubled with general nervous debility, indigestion anil sleeplessness. I
tried a number of cures nnd consulted best
Khysiciuns without any beuetit. I was finally
uluced to irive South American Nervine a
trial. I had heard of some great sures by it.
1 took it, got relief from my sufferings, and
after using one bottle sweet sleep came to
mo, I slept like a child. Mis buttles have
completely cured me. Bold by U. A. Warren
of my old comrades, who, while giving ��� cunilition is, to say the least, mure
their services to their country, con- critical than their parents imagine,
tractod this dreadful disease as I did, Their complexion is pale nnd waxy in
from eating unwholesome and micook* appearance, troubled with heun pal*
Yours truly, A. E. Bbniunii, ,,it���tion. headache-,ihortne.sol breath
Hasley, Oregon. For sale by Druggists' ou the slightest exercise, faintnessand
Langly A Co., Wholesale Agents, Vic-. other distressing symptoms which in-
toria and Vancouver. I varilily lead to a premature grave un-
  I less prompt steps are takeu to bring
about a natural condition of health.
Some time ago Mr. Simon Goldbanm In this emergency no remedy yet dla-
<if San Snis Rey, Cal.. was troubled'covered can supply the place of Dr.
with a lame hack and rheumatism. Ho Williams' Pink Pills, which build
used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and a , anew the blood, strengtheu the tierv.s
prompt cure was effected. He says he r nud restore the glow of health to pule
has since advised many of his friends | and sallow .'.In-eks. They are 1. certain,
to try it and all who have done so have: cure for all troubles peculiar to the
spoken highly of it. It is for sale by
Druggists Langly A Co., Wholesale
Agents, Victoria and Vancouver,
female system, young or old. Piuk
Pills also oure such diseases as rheumatism,  neuralgia, partial pailysis
Winter   Excursions,
For accommodation of people who
have to leave the rigorous climate of
Northwest. Exoursiou tickets are now
ou sale to
CAMFOUNIA
a land now clad iu the freshest verdure
of spring, tourist car accommodation
through. First class sleeping accommodation at lowest rules. Passeugers
desirous of a short refreshing ocean
voyage can take one of the splendidly
equip|-ed steamers from Viotoria, or
can go one way returning the other.
'.xourslons to Hawaiian Islands
The Paradise of the Pacific. An
Island of perpetual summer.
Excursions to Japan.
The land of flowers, fans A butterflies.
European passages going via C.P.R.
have choice of   _��������� Atlantio ports aud
twelve linei of Ocean Steamships.
Steamers for Belfast. (Oaigow, Ll*
verpool, Southampton and the Continent every Tuesday, Wednesday .Thursday, Friday and Saturdi-y.
LOtVKHT  UATEM
Quickest time to Kootenay. Rossland
Nelson, Sainton and the Slocau couutry reached iu 2\ days. No stop-overs.
Apply to your nearest agent for
pamphlets descriptive of all countries,
or write 10 '       .
ROBT. KERR, '
Traftio Manager,
Or to Wiunipeg.
t\ E. WEL1.H,
Agent, ttoldea.
Gold Quartz
Properties.
Advertiser will promptly
investigate promising prospects and close a deal immediately on satisfactory proposition, bend fullest particulars and fair samples,
with price asked to
W. Thos. Newman,
Care of "-.-olden Era"
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EWOlllOBIUTYw
(���.VBeaa-tljCaa. m NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, re Connaoher,���Connacher
vs. Pither.
Pursuant to an order of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia made in tbe
matter  of  the estate of  Henry Connacher  in the suit  of Connacher vs
Pither.     Tbe creditors of Henry Connaoher, late of Oolden, iu the District
of Kootenay, hotel   keeper, deceased,
who  died  on  or about the month of
January, 1896,   are  on or before the
first dny  of April, 189(1, to send by
registered letter to A. 0. If. Spragge,
of Donald, in the District of Kootenay,
British  Columbia, tbe  solicitor  for
James  Stevens Connacher, the above
named   plaintiff,   the cxeoutor of  the
i.i    deceased, their Christian and surname
addresses  and  discriptious,   the full
particulars ot their clalms.a statement
ii of their  accounts, and the nature of
'4p tbe securities (if any) held by them or
'   in default thereof they will be peremp-
[ torilly excluded from the benefit of the
I  aaid  order.     Every creditor holding
j any   security   is to produce the same
, before James Ferguson   Armstrong,
Registrar of the County Court at Donald,   the   Referee   appointed   by   the
Court  to   tuke the nccojiits aud enquiries   under   the   said order, at his
a,    chambers at tbe Court House at Don-
[.'    aid iu tbe Province of  British Columbia on the 8th  day ot  April, 1889, at
ten   o'cloiik   in the forenoon being the
time appointed 'or adjudication ou the
skid claims.
[,- Dated at Donsld, in the Distriot of
Kootenay, British Columbia, this 15th
day of January, 189-i.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Referee appointed under the said order.
NOTICE.
* s~
Application for Cert I flea to of Iin*
provrments.
EXCELSIOR   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
free miner's certificate No.47839, intend.
60 days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Oold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse
cliiiius must be sent to the Mining Recorder and notion commenced before
tho issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this sevenf. day of December
1896.      ;.'*���-.������
Walter Dainabii,
By his agent, F. W. Aylmer.
��xxattxnaa (_tut>c.
Hon. J, A. Louohked, Q,C.
. McCarter.
Long-heed  A  JKcCarter,
Barristers, Advocates, Sol iters, Notaries
Ktc., Etc.
Solicitors for Hank Moutreal.
CALOARV, N.W.T.
Attornev-Gexi-ju-'s Office,
June lOtb, lb��0.
XOTICE.
Dispur-U La\us is Railway Belt,
. NOTICE!
Application   for) Certificates of Improvements.
HIDDEN TREASURE   AND OIANT MINERAL   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Thomas Jones,
free miner's certificate No. 47848, intend
110 days from date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for tbe purpose of
obtaining crown grants of above
claims.
And further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
,        Thos. Jones,
By his agent F. W. 'Aylmer.
Dated this Hth day of December,
189o.
It. J. JEPHSOIf,
D.L.S. & P.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION A
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
Draughtsman, Valuator .etc, CALOARY,
N.W.T.   Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.JBPHSON, D.L.S.,P.L,8. of II.C. -Out.
���Ciu.ilanv, Alba.
A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE
���;
MILL TESTS
AND ASSAYING
Condncted in all its branches by
W.    PELLEW-HARVEY,   F.C.S.
(M.N. Eng. Inst. M. & M. E.)
Samples tested up to 200 lbs.  Certificates
direct to clients.
GOLDEN  AGENTi
A. J. Hopkins, Alexander Block.
Kootenay Distiict.   ���
Lot 6, Group I.. Townsite of Farwell
- Original grantee, Arthur Stanhope
Farwell.
Lot 7, Group I. -Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Yale Distriot (Kamloops Division).
Lot 1113, Group I.���Original grantee,
George Bohun Martin.
Lot 52'!, Group I Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot?497, Group I - Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot 629. Group I Original grantees.
James Mcintosh, William Bell Wilson.
Lot 452, Group I - Original grautee.
George Byrnes.
Lot 525, Group I Original grantee,
Charles E Iward Perry.
Lot 52S. Group I Original grantee,
William Arthur Beddoe.
Lot 49'i. Group I -Original grantees.
Simon John Tunstall, James K. Call-
breath.
Arrangements having been made between the respi-etive Governments of
the Dominion of Canada and the Pro-
vinos of Biitish Coluinliia whereby
owners of lauds in above named districts deriving their titles through
original grantees from the Provincial
Government may obtain confirmatory
grafts of said lands from the Dominion Government, notice is hereby given
that all persona owning lauds as aforesaid are requested to forward their
applications for such grants forthwith
to tha uu lursigne-l. together with
their 'itle deeds or authenticated epics
there 'f. ia order that the same may bo
examined, and relen-ies aim surrenders
piepared f��.- eimtntinn
ARTHUR G SMITH.
i  Deputy Attorney Gt'iieral,
NOTICE!
Notice of Apptl.-ntlon for Certificates
of Improvement-..
HI-sTOI. ANU LANCASTER MINERAL
CLAIMS.
Take notice that--1, John McRae,
free miner's certificate No. 34458,
intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for ,certificate, of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced liefore
llie issuance of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By his agent F W. Aylmer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1894.
HULL BROS & Co.,
Wholes-ale snd He tall
BUTCH E RS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,  B. C.
J. SMART & CO. j
Undertakers and
���  .   Embalmers,
Calgary Alb*
TELEGRAPH ORIIERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to tbe merits of a new
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds of ores andniiner*
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc. ,
Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist wbo thoroughly understands
the wants of the assayer, the prospector, the miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, coupelling, fusing, in
crucibles, testing of sampling charges, roasting, etc.
Tbis furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, is complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slag and metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and knock-down bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores; capacity 1000
to 5000 pounds per heat; also smaller size, capacity from 100 to 200 pounds
per heat, according to the character of cres.
The Advantages in Practice are as Follows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a pack burro,
that is complete and ready to be set up at any dump of low grade ores, that
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tons
of ore a day.
On low-grade ores picked at tbe dump, this little furnace will puy for Itself every week, besides wages and expenees. Let someone else do the risk in
mining, and stick to a certainity.
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 3 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
type with knock-down bottom, made of No. 10 Steele plate, and stiffened with
angle-irons made in two half-circles for easy transportation, and then boiled
together. Two steele-fianged metal and slag spouts, oue blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnace tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), one
graphite No. 40 crucible, one blacksmith's forge blower, geared complete in iron
frame, to supply blast by hand-power for the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, ready to be set up, delivered on board the car
St. Louis, will cost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET. Terms: $2.50
cash with order, balance druft attached with bill of lading;   the smaller siso
100 te 800 Vonntla Capacity, Coat ��48.00 Set.
Terms:   $20.00 cash with order, balance draft attached to bill of lading; 6
per cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuei, smelting operation, separating and refining of base bullion, etc,
FURNISHED IN  DETAIL  UPON,   RECEIPT Of   ORDER.
NATIONAL QBE AND REDUCTION CO.,
We Want a Representative. 415 LoCUSt St., ST. LOUIS, KO
MANUFACTURERS AMI PATENTEES OF
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Engineers and Contractors for Equipment of Olieuileul Ht-d-etlon Werks.
JI J. STj-RFORTJ-,
FRUITS tt VEGETABLES.
Golden City Bakery.
Fresh Bread Daily.
����������    oaES ��� ��� ���
copper    . . WfiKTED.
Write for prices.   Give assays, etc.
STATE ORE SAMPLING CO.,
DEN VEH.  t'O-O.
Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients.
TICKETS may be had from the undersigned or any member of the
committee.
PRICE-Ten Dollars per yenr or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting Secretary.
COMMERCIAL ;-:    PRINTING
Job    Departmer|t
_:o:��� OF ���.or���
The GOLDEN EI^A
GOLDEN SASH ti  DooR FACTORY &
MACHINE SHOP.
II,M*.ii Tlixplt.il Society.
HOIJ.'l '  FOR  CONSULTATION.        -
From !t;ilp a.m. to 11 a.m.
2  p.m. ���'  4 p.in.
���*       7     "   "   8   "
Suuday frnin  10 a.m. to 19 m., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Vt.-iiriNO HOURS.
From 2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., dai
except Monday and Saturday.
Bf 0��:>-K.
__0��VMT%
.TBADg MARK*-.
DBSIQM PATBU...
COPYRrOHTO,  etc,
tor tnfn-m.tlno and freo hu���i���ok writ, to
NUNN a CO.. Ul .bo.dwav. Naw Yoar-r.
Oldest bureau for -mirttiffM-ntilaAraiirleii.
Error- patent lakcri on I by oils brought bo'uri)
**��p��_tobrat��ii��elvcnfi*-aofc->air-|0_i*jie
Manufacturers   of   Hash,    Icci-p,   flit u.dir gk
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
I Brackets.   A:l mzen of g-lass ill stock.   ,
The Machine and Blacksmith ."-hop are prepared to do
all lands of repairs as soon as possible. All sizes of ripe
Fitting-and Brass Goods on hand.
__ !   VVagun ltopaii's, p_.es.Slii.fls. Axli a Spokes & Felloes,
PROM THI TIA PLANT TO TMC TtA CUP
"Moaaooa" Teals pot up ky Ike ladlaa Tea
���rowanaa* saasle of llie keel qaaUllaa of Indiaa
Taaa. Thsrsfae tber see Ike giaajan ear. la Ike
���etac-M ef Iks Tea aad Ita Used, tkat la why they
put It up ikssseslees aad sell It salvia Ike eHftual
bj-ckafea, thereby aanriar Ita purity aad saesUsoca.
Put up iuK lb., tie. aad | lb, pad-fsa, aad sever
Mid ia bub.
ALL (MOD OROCCM Kt& IT.
If your t-oear doss aot keep \f. Ml Was te writs Is
' STIIL, HAYTM A OO. ���
n and II l-rent tn-** last, Teraatf.
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The modern standard  Family Medicine :  Cures   the
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Warning... *100reward
i    It has come to our knowledge that certain persons, for the purpose of helping
*   oft their unsaleable stock of clothing, have taken our guarantee cards from
the pockets of garments of our make and have put them in the pockets
ot other goods of inferior make, thus leading t'.ie -.-.rcar-iT to believe he
was getting Shorey's clothing and thereby damaging our reputation.
We therefore wish to give notice to our customers nnd tlie public, that
we will prosecute, to the full rigour of the law, anv n"c v.-hom we can prove
to have done this, and we win pay a reward iif $ 100.00 to thc person
who will give us sufficient evidence to convict nny d.-iier of tliin offence.
H. SHOREY & CO., Montreal.
N.B.���Wa an epsadlat a tnat deal el money to make tha merlte ef our cletblsg kaewa
to tha public aad wa Insist upou dolus glylnc people what they aak far.
HIMMHMMHIHHHIMHMMMMMHUMHIMMIIHHIH��ee��e������eOe��e��
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Highest Honors���World'* Fair,
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BAKING
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tsrtsr Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or sny other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
A RAILWAY HORROR.
DONALD NOT--.
Mr. Henderson, of Oolden, who had
the contract for seating St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church, has completed
his work to tbe satisfaction of all
parties, the contract price was $140.
-The most successful Christmas Tree
ever held in Donald took place on
Christmas Eve in tbe Presbyterian
Churoh, the children furnished the
progrsmme in a most efficient manner,
consisting of carols, songs and recitations. Over eighty children received
presents off the tree, and oandies,
apples and oranges were distributed at
the close of the entertainment. Santa
Claus presented Mr. and Mrs. Glassford with a handsome chair.
Mr, and Mrs. ��� Hungerford and Miss
Smith, who have been teachers in the
Presbyterian Sunday school for some
time are leaving for Rossland. The
school regret parting with them and as
a slight recognition of their services
a dressing and shaving case was presented to Mr. Hungerford, and set of
nut crackers aud picks in a satin lined
'celluloid case to Mrs. Hungerford, a id
a china porridge set to Miss Smith,the
presentation took place at a teachers'
meeting. After a few remarks by
Mr. Olassford, Mr. John Colquhoun
in a neat speech presented the article.
Mrs. Hungerford responds! on behalf
of ber husband and self (Mr. H. having left for Rossland previously) and
thanked tbe school for their gifts.
Curling Notes.
.The Moore A Mowat competition
has been played off this week and resulted in a well earned victory for
Woodley *s rink.
The Bryan A Lee competition has
also been started, the following is tbe
standing of tbe rinks up to date:
won.      Losr.
Parson      2 0
Armstrong../      1 1
McNeish.      1 1
Rae          1 0
Warren      0 1
Woodley      0 2
The secretary states that everything
is being rush id along except the membership fees, and be requests us to
state that be would feel much obliged
if those wbo bave not paid up would
do so at once.
An invitation has been received from
the Calgary Curling club to send representative rinks to their Bonspiel
which takes place the last week of this
month. Tbe Oolden boys will be on
band on tbat occasion.
The Orand Old Man.
London, Deo. 27.-The Right Hon.
W. E. Gladstone's 87th birthday on
Tuesday bids fair to find him in sus-
.' tained good health and his usual indomitable spirits. He still spends
most of his time cheerfully fussing
. about ia his library, but it is doubtful
if heaver will do much more sustained
work. He writes a great number of
letters, and one of these to Quaritch,
tbe famous bookseller, just published,
contains a charming and vary characteristic bibliographio autobiography.
He laments that bookbinding, despite
. improved machinery and the cheapening of materials, Is far dearer and muoh
worse than whan be w��s ejouqg map.
CARS EU-LED FROM A TRESTLE 100 FEET HIGH.
Paasengera all Killed or In a  Dying
Condition*-Patli��-tle Scene, of Snf-
fcrlog���Many Burned to Death.
New Orleans, Deo.  27.-The Daily
Item's Birmingham special says:  One
of the most disastrous railway wrebks
that has ever taken place in this state
occurred at 8:30 this morning on the
Birmingham Mineral railwuy, a loop
road that extends all over this section,
taking in the mines and furnaces. The
wreck occurred at what is known as
theCahaba bridge,   flfty miles from
Birmingham,   between  Guerney and
Blockton.   The bridge is about 1,000
feet long and 90 to 100 feet high.   The
train   jumped  the track from some
cause unknown, and plunged off the
trestle to the rocks below.   As to the
number of passengers on board, reports
conflict, the best obtainable information placing the number at thirty to
thirty-live.      Seven were taken out
alive, bnt in a dying condition.     The
wreck taught fire and many victims
were burned to death.     The scene of
wreck presented a most heart-rending
aud sickening spectacle.      The cars
were smashed to splinters on the rocks
fully one hundred feet below 'he track
from which tbe train had been hurled.
The groans of the injured aud lamentations   of those   who   were crowded
around were pitiable in the extreme.
Physicians from Birmingham and adjacent villages were sent to the wreck
and rendered efficient service in endeavoring to alleviate the suffering of
those who escaped with their lives,
Winter Holiday Number.
The January Number of Thr Di'LWBa-
tor is called the " WINTER HOLIDAY
NUMBER" and those who have; not yet
ftiatle choice of their holiday -rifts will find
helpful its record of what the shops bave to
ofl'er in this line, as well as the review of New
Books, Calenders of Juvenile Literature suitable for presentation. With the New Year is
lie-run a feature of personal interest to women
in the series of " Talks on Beauty," by Dr,
Grace Pai-kltan-Murray, a recognised authority on this subject. Mrs. Mary Cadwala-
der Jones gives a comprehensive glance at
" Social Life in America " treating of the big
cities. At The Bayou, by T. C. deLeon, is a
short story oi the South, liy one of its best
known writers, and The Division of the Incomes is a suggestive consideration of how
to make both ends meet financially. Mrs. A.
P. Longstreet furnishes a readable biographical sketch of Miss Stimpson, tlie_ noted
Maine mill owner and lumber dealer, in her
rehearsal of the Six Important Days in a
Woman'. Lite. Maud 0. Murray-Miller describes the Debut in Society. Emma Hay*
wootl tells how to embroider fancy screens,
and there is an article on the Moiintinellick
work now so popular. Mrs. Witlierspoon's
January Tea-Tabie Chat; Mr. Vick's Flower
Garden and the pages devoted to Seasonable
Cookery will all be found entertainiifg, as
will also the usual department- of Knitting,
Tatting, Luce-Making, etc. A subscription
to this sterling magazine fur a year will be u
present to be appreciated.
Address communications to THE DELINEATOR PUBLISHING CO. of Toronto,
(L't'd) .IS Ki-hinoiid street, West, Torouto,
Ont', or the local agent for The Butterick
Patterns. '
Subscription price of The Delineator, $1,00
per year, or IS cents por single copy.
"Know all Men by These Presents. "
That I,  GEO. B. McDERMOT,  Merchant   of the city
:
of Golden, in the Province of British Columbia, Bargain Maker extraordinary to the people of East
Kootenay; makes the following declarations believing the same to be true, etc.
HEALTH'S PARADISE.
Regained After Twenty Years' Tortus Item
That Dread Disease, Catarrh-Eon. Geo.
Taylor of lersnton, Pa., Tells ths
World What Dr. Agnew'i Catarrhal
Powder Hss Done Por Him.
I was a inarytr to catarrh for twenty years
���tried every known remedy, but got little or
no relief. Was troubled with constant dropping in the throst, terrible pulns in my head
and mv breath was very offensive. 1 was induced to give Dr. Agiievt 'a Catarrhal Po wder
a trial, autl the renult was magical. The first
application cleared iny head instantly. 1 persisted in its use, and today I am a cured man,
and it affords me pleasure to lend my testi
mony.   Hold by C. A. Warren.
MIRACLES TO-DAY.
Wm. H.White, of Portuguese Cove. Backed
By the Tnrtnrei of B-eumatism, is Quickly Believed and Permanently Cured by
the Great South American Bhtiu-
f     matio   Core.
" I wns a martyr to acute rheumatism for
years. All the known remedies and best
doctors were given atrial, but nothing ever
gave me permanent relief until 1 obtained
your great South American Rheumatic Cure
It hits done so much lor me that 1 gladly give
iny testimony, that other sufferers from the
agonies of rlieumutisui may take my advice
and try this great remedy. 1 am satisfied it
will cure them lis it has me." . Sold by C.'A.
Warren.
NOTICE.
Golden Lumber Company, (L'r'ii L'v).
A special general meeting of the shareholders of the Golden Lumber Company, (Limited
Liability), will be held at the olhice of the
company, at Goldeu, B. C, on
Monday, the 4th Day of January
A. D. 1897, at the hour of ten o'clock in the
forenoon, tor tlte purpose of ratifying and
confirming a certain oy-law passed by the
Directors of said Company on the 2*2nd Day
[of December, 1800.
Dated this 22nd day of December, 1896.
8. BARBER,
Secretary
Expert Watch Repairing.
Having been appointed by
the C.P.R. to inspect all
watches carried by their employees,, my duties will take
dWk me to Golden every week
after Jan. 1st, 1897, when I
will be pleased to do any
work required by the people.
of Golden.
���
W. ALEXANDER,
DIVISION INSPECTOR OF WATCHES,
Canmore,      : - :      Alberta.
aOOtjOOwOOOwOOOOOwww >
Ladies' Street Dresses., j \
Sweet Simmer Suits���Swell Skirts and Jackets
8suu1overQai-wnU--NoIj|jyT-avcllingGowas
RIGBY WATER PROOFED.
Rigby doth is any cloth made repellent to water ' |
by the Kigl-y Process, without changing the color, lex- 11
ton or feeling���not even Interfering with the free circu- < ;
lanoB of the sir through ii. Ladies can select sny J'
dolh sad thsir dealer can get it Rigby Proofed for < >
them. What a comfort, if caught out in a shower, to '
know yodr drees will not get wet sad bedraggled. J '
lien's Rigby ProofW Overcoats ere sold ready tattle. ,
  H.��HOR_V*CO., MONTMAL. *
���MmMMMM����MM<MM>Mt��>>MMM��tM'fMtH����
Our " Great Picture Sale ", which proved
so successful last season, is now in full blast.
Every Cash Purchaser fcuyin?-? either 10, 25,
or 40 dollars worth of goods gets a beautiful
Present Absolutely Free
of charge. " Make your home beautifnl by
securing one or more of these lovely pictures. " Hundreds are gone already although
sale has only been running a few days. Customers are delighted, competitors astounded, and the host of cash buyers tickled to
death.
aaSnWaaWa-mm, * mmmmmW O mmmmmmmm
Bargains ?   Bargains ?   Bargains ?
". We Never Had Such Bargains Before."
300 pairs men's good strong braces at fie., worth 30c.
GOO   V     Hi    heavy wool socks *��� 10c.,   *���   v!0c.
300 men's suits at less than half the price usually
asked for the same class of goods.
Good wool pants at $1.00 per pair.
Our stock of
Dry Goods is Complete
and at prices that will please all.
Xrnas Goods in Great Variety.
We have the largest stock of Xrnas presents in East Kootenay. All at very low
prices.
Groceries?   Groceries? Groceries?
Every department full to overflowing
with seasonable luxuries, all bought in the
best markets and fresh. Our Teas and Coffees
are unsurpassed for fine flavour.
Easy Chairs, Rockers, Cobblers Chairs
and Fancy Chairs in great variety.
There is not enough ink or enough paper in the Kootenay
to enumerate all the lines of goods and the different
bargains in stock, so we just stop right here and wish
you p.U
A JOLLY, JOLLY XMAS,
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