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Array Golden Era
I* tho m��*t widely circulated and
***t advertising medium ia East
Kootenay. Thi* Is th* paper that
i* read hy th* miners, the ranchers,
th* railroader* and lumbermen.'
libseriptlon, 92.00 per Annum
fV       la Advance  .  .  . . �� ��
*
Map of Golden
Mining Division
By F. C. Lang...
On receipt of 11 copses ef this vaktaM*
map will he moiled by
The Uolden Era Company Ltd. Lhf .,
Oolden, B. C.
VOL VHL   NO. 11
GOLDEN B.C.. FRIDAY,   OCTOBER 14,1898.
$2 Per Yiab
New Fall & Winter Goods
At ttfd Big Store :
Drees1 Oood* Black and Cold, Paramatta*, Henrietta*. Cashmeres,
Repp*, Crapon*, Striped and Checked Plaid*, Blouae Silk Button*,
and Checked Plaid*, Black Navy. Army and Cadeta Velveteen*,
Lrdles and Misses' Buttoned and Laced Kid Gloves, Ladies Cash-
rnna and Wool Ho*e and Glove*, Beautiful line* in Knitted Jersey*,
Large range Ladies Wool Underwear, Large range Ladle* Melton
Cloth* from 30,to 75c., Ladie* Corset* newest ityle* and thapes
from 60o. to 14.00.
House Furnishings.
Pillow Cottons. Sheetings, Towel* k Towellings, Blankets, Tie
Dow*, Curtain, Table Damask Napkin*, Art Mualiha, Cretonnes,
Flannelette* from 80,
Gents Furnishings.
A large rang* ol Scotch Lamb* Wool Underwear, Shirt*, Collar*,
Tie*, Book* st Mitts. Fur Coat*, Cap*, Lap Ruga. Bargain* In
Boot* and Shoes,
H. Gr. Parson, Oolden, B.C.
ADVANCEMENT OF GOLDEN.  ROUND ABOUT THE MINES
IMMENSE
BARGAINS
:IN:-
Suits made to order from
Inspection InVited.
J. C. TOM, Merchant Tailor.
Opposite The Columbia House. 5:*9tc
the^ Columbia House,
Golden, B. C.
A Strictly Flr*t Class Hotel lu Ever) Respect.
"Cqulpped with all Modern Convenience*.
Bast Brand* of Liquor* and Cigar*.
Th��T��bl*i��8*oondtoNon*.
E***qaart*rt for Mining aad Commercial M*n.
^^|**. McNeish, Prop.
THE    11    1    a    ���    a    *.    t��
QUEEN'S    HOTEL.
.  Headquarters for Commercial men.
Two Commodious Sample Rooms.
Baggage transferred free.
Hot and Cold Baths.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigftrs.
Rates $-2.00 Per Day. ���::::o::::���
JO. A* WARREN, *>
V * General Merchant.
Cigars. B. Lawrence Spectacles.
1 Hgpat for Giant Powder Co'y,
Agent for Lancashire Insurance Co'y
/:      of England. ������*
Subscriptions Taken for all Papers &
Periodicals.
Headquarter, far North Beast Kootenay���Removal oaf Governiueal
Offla-ae.  Here.
We have the best authority for Hating that the Courthouse and gaol will
be removed from Donald to Golden.
The Donald recording office will be
closed, and the Donald Mining Division will be merged in the Golden
Division, tha town ol Golden becoming
th* headquarter* of the Government
office* for North East Kootenay. The
change will mean the establishment at
Golden of the Supreme and County
Courts, with Registrar and Clerk respectively, Sheriff, Gaoler, Registrar
of Births, Deaths and Marriages, and
Collector of Vote*. We congratulate
Golden on again being restored to the
position a* Government staff headquarters that the town originally
occupied, and Golden ia a much more
central point from which to transact
the business of the district than Donald, The change will prove a great
convenience to tbe public, and the
actios of tbe Board of Trade will
���trengthen the hand* of the Government in making the desired change.
A SHOCKING ACCIDENT.
Man ha* Di* Foot Crushed.
A shocking accident occurred at the
Golden railway station on Sunday
afternoon. A man named J. Smith
who is employed at tbe C.P.R. qnarry
at Hector, wa* leaving by a freight
traiu, and seeing the train moving he
believed it was going out and rushed
to get on board. Iu doing so he fell in
front of the caboose, the wheels of
which went over one of his feet crushing it to a pulp. The unfortunate man
was conveyed to the Golden Hospital
where Dr. Taylor amputated the injured foot. Smith wa* formerly an
employee of the C.P.R. at Winnipeg
and while there met with a similar
accident hy which lie lost the whole nf
the fingers of on* hand and three fingers of the other.
Donald School.
The following is in abstract of the
September report for Donald achool:
I. DIVISION..
Cjasa V.-l. Edward Forrest,
Class IV.-l. Eliza Shaw, 2 Flora
Painter.
Class III.-1 Winifred Daniel*, 2
George Jordan.
Claa* II.���1 William Forrest, 2 Fred
Urquhart.
II. Primer Claa*.���1 Rose Match, 2
Gordon Woodhonse.
I. Primer Class���1 Margaret Daniel*
2 Annie Corson.
Chart Class.���1 Winnie Ainsworth,
2 William Gallicano.
Thai. Primer Claa* stood highest
In deportment and order in class for
tbe month.
Six new map* have been supplied
th* school by the Department, thanks
to the euergy and Interest of the
trustees.
T. J. Barron.
Btrmwa Promising Well.
Tht Rossland Leader says : "The
Mine*' Development, Trust it Guarantee Co. (limited) of Rossland, are much
pleased with the Swansea property
they are handling, having intersected
the vein in a second tunnel, thus showing up tbe lode for a distance of 4J0
feet. The assay* run from 5 to 38 per
cent in carbonates aud autimonial
copper. It ia the purpose to link on
the central (haft to the 100-foot level
and ship the ore in the spring. This
property is now surveyed, being loOOx
1500."
Hudson's Bay Co.j
Ineorperated 1STO. J
The . Mht   Up-To-Pate S
Oatattor*   la   Western I
���,���, *
thMHtj*.      .      .       .      ���       g
Intending  Prospector* should 5
write us for one of our sew |
Folders, whioh contain* an |
excellent Map and an estimate 2
of tbe. probable coet of a com- %
plot* outfit forth* Gold Fi*lds f
HUDSON'S BAY STORES, |
��881st                 Calgary, I
* -*4<M-i��-*^-i'��ai-%|j^c>����t^a-V����|
It is reported that a good body of
ora-has been struck in the Swansea.
A brother of the Hon F W Aylmer
I* taking oot a patent for a new drill
ing machine.
A company headed by Mr H E Foster, intends to work the Perry Creek
placer ground.
R R Bruce brought into Windermere
on Saturday night records for about
20 new location* on Horsethief Creek,
From the promising look of things
at Windermere it is believed there will
be several camps at work there this
winter.
It is atated that the company represented by Henry Croft, M.E., will
start operations at Spillimachene this
season.
Good news comes from the Pretty
Girl on Horsethief Creek where a body
of three feet of solid ore has been struck
in tbe shaft.
JJJ. W. Conner Inform* us that the assessment work done by him George and
Heffuer on a claim which they own ou
Sprue* Mountain has sho ,vn up a fine
body of copper ore.
The development work done on the
claims on Horsethief C.eek, which R
R Bruce bonded from B Morizeau, is
resulting most satisfactorily. The
shaft is down 20 feet.
W B Abel, W Kinnee, P Larsen,
Scott, West, and I Norlan, have staked claims on McDonald Creek, a tributary of Horsethief, on a promising
showing of galena ore. The lead is
20 feet wide.
J. McLeod has broken the record
in the way of locating claims, having
staked 53 st Wiu-lermere within the
past fortnight, He has gone out to
work on some of them during the
winter.
Messrs. Kimpton, Starke and Harrison have 20 tons of ore out from the
Delphiue on Toby Creek. These gen.
tlemen have done more this season by
way of example than any other mine
owner* thero to bring the resources of
the district to the front,
H Estell has been doing development work on a claim which he has
looated ou the Columbia river, opposite
Hog Ranch. It is a copper ore, and
the lead appears '0 be about 75 feet in
width. If so it it an immense thing,
even with a low grade ore.
C Troyer, who returned to his homo
at Oxbow thia week, has located the
Paul. Columbus, Early Bird, Letter B
and Troyer claim* on Copper Creek a
tributary of Horsethief, and has on
them a magnific-int showing of chalcopyrite. Tbe lead is six. feet wide
with about 1ft inches of carbonates on
each tide. He it also interested on
Horsethief Creek.
The Fort Steele Prospector learn*
that T. Love has secured a contract to
run a tunnel on tbe Cariboo Marsh
Claim which is situated about six
miles west of Moyie Lake and as a
splendid showing of mineral. The ore,
which 1* a blend, rich in native copper, shows an average of 21
per cent, copper and $2G in gold". Th*
lead measures 4 leet 10 inches in
width.
T. A. Knowlton went the other day
to a copper property in whioh he is interested on Fifteen Mile Croek, and
brought back a fin* specimen of ore
which he hag forwarded to the Boston
Exhibition. If other mine-owners had
taken as much interest iu having thoii
propertiea represented at Boston as Mr.
Knowlton has done North East Koote-
ney would have had one of the finest
displays of ore at the exhibition.
PROVINCIAL MINERALOGIST
VI.It. Bald Mountain���A nard Trip.
Mr Robertson, Provincial Mineralogist, returned to Golden on Sunday.
During his stay at Donald he visitod
the Bald Mountain Company's mine,
which wa* the ouly one that could be
seen in the district on account of the
snow. On that tho.e was a good deal
of snow, and the trip was a pretty
hard one, as, owing to reports of the
trail being filled with fallen timber,
horses were not taken, and the trip to
and from tbe mine had 10 be made on
foot in one day. Mr. Robertson weut
ou to Revelstoke, aa the people there
wished him to see the Big Bend country, but he wat advised by those in ���
terested that to make the trip at this
time of year waa risky, and the country wa* so much covered with snow
that ie could not be properly examined.
This portion ot Mr. Robertson's trip
bad therefore to be abandoned, and he
will now return to the Coast to prepare
hit reports and statistics for presentation to Parliament.
WHAT TO EAT auii enjoy it and feci
comfortable after it, is the all day, everyday
wail of the indigestion patient. Advice -
Eat all wholesome things, don't worry, aud
take Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets to aid
jNatvu-o in doing tho stomach's work. Thea-'ro
a milat tonic, act geutly 011 the bowels, thoy
Prevent and relieve distross.
leasant and positive.   115 cents. 561
Sold by O, A. Warren.
BOARD OF TRADE.
A meeting was held at the Golden
Era office on Tuesday night to consider the formation of a Board of Trade.
H G Parson was elected to the chair
and it waa decided to organise a body
to be called the Golden Board of Trade.
The officers were fixed as a President,
Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer,
and Council of four, with power to
add to their number. H G Parson was
elected President, J G Ullock, Vice-
President; E A Haggen, Secretary
Treasurer; aad W McNeish, C A Warren, M Dainard, and C.H.Parson the
Council.
The secretary was instruced to
cotnmuuioate with the Provincial
Government representing the desirabil
ity of removing the Court house, Gaol
and other public buildings from Donald to Golden, now thut Donald was
being wiped out as a divisional and
railway point, and to tbe C.P.R. telegraph department urging that the
despatching and repeating station of
the Pacific division be moved to
Golden.
It was also decide! to communicate
with the Fire Wardens and ask them
to meet the Council with a view to
organising some arrangements for the
better protection of the town from fire.
The secretary was instructed to
communicate with the member for the
district and ask that Le should represent to the Dominion Government the
desirability of establishing a telegraph
line between Golden and Windermere,
It was arranged that the Council
should meet on Friday night to make
the by-laws and convene a general
meeting to report.
HON. JOSEPH MARTIN.
An Able   Statesman.���HI. Excellent
Work at Ottawa.
The Hon. Joseph Martin was a pas
aengcr to the Coast on Sunday, having
been on a trip to the East for the purpose of interviewing the Dominion
Cabinet in regard to matters of interest to British Columbia, Among other
matters attended to was that of protective works at Revelstoke which had
so long been in dispute between the
Turner government and the Dominion.
Mr. Martin fixed up tho thing iu two
minutes, arranging with Hon, Mr.
Tarte that the Dominion should contribute half the expense and the Province the other half. This will be eminently satisfactory to the people of
ttovelstoko. We also learned from Mr.
Martin that the Government o> which
he is n member are contemplating some
important alteration tn the admiuis.
tration of public affairs with a view to
securing more effective work with
greater economy. It would be premature for us to say what these changes
will involve, and the details will
shortly be placed before the public in
an official manner. The Hon. Joseph
Martin at once convinces the interviewer that his Government nnan 10
bring about a better slate of things in
British Columbia and that tbe bood-
ling of the past must be hounded
down, and a system of pure government instituted, which will have for
its object the greatest good for the
greatest number. Canada to-day
possesses no statesman of higher reputation and higher integrity, coupled
with a determination to do his duty to
the Proviiica- and to the people and the
Government and party with which he
ii attociataid in power.
Sporting Excursion.
The party wbo went by the Hyak on
a thooting excursion up the Columbia
River returned on Friday night. They
report a most en joy able time and appreciate the efforts made by Capt. Bacon
to make thetripaspleasaiutas possible.
G. B. McDermot headed the list with
46 birds. The party left Golden on
Oct. 1st and went as far as Wells'*
Landing, which they reached at 2 p.
m., remaining here ovor the following
day. Birch Tree was reached on the
3rd, and the following day the party
went aa far as G, McMillan's, where
tha boat tied up till the next day, the
5th. A move was then made lo Steamboat Landing. Next day, Oct, 6th,
tbo return trip wat made to G. McMillan's. Tho Hyak left here at daylight on the 7th for Welit's Landing,
where some good sport was had, and
at 2 p.m., a start was made for Golden.
The best, sport was got at Wells's
Landing and at G. McMillan's'. The
following are the bags made:
G B McDermot, 3 geete,H mallard*,
6 araer teal, 7 teal, 2 inagansert, 1 butter ball, 11 coots, 1 sand bill crane, 4
partridge, total 4ii. D Good, 1 goose,
13 mallards, 1 Amor teal, 6 teal, 2 butter balls, 4 partridge, total 26. Wm
McNiish, 18 mallards, 4 teal, 2 butter
halls, total 24. J C Ullock, 2 geese, 9
mallards, 7 teal, 2 butter balls. 2 partridge, total 22.   A Wixon, 3 mallards
1 Anier teal, 6 teal, I inagansar, 1 partridge, 6 snipe, total 17.   C A Warren
2 each geese nud mallards, 11 teal,
total Iii. M Dainard, 1 goese, 7 mallards, 1 Amer teal, G mnganaers, total
15. Capt I'acon, 3 mallards, 1 Amer
teal. 5 teal, 2 butter balls, 4 partridge,
total 15. C FI Parson, 3 mallards, 1
Amer teal, 3 teal, 7 partridge, total 14,
C Hanson, 1 teal, 3 butter balls, 3 partridge, 1 snipe total 8. The grand total
was thus over 200 birds to 10 ffuns.
WINDERMERE DISTRICT.
Small   Lead, of High   Grade Or..���
Itlch In Sliver, Copper aad Lead.
HOT PUNCH  AND   MINT JIII.II>.
Mr. F. C. Collett has just relumed
from the Windermere district and tell*
the Fort Steele Prospector that that
region has been the scene of many rich
strikes during tbe past luinmer.
The Hot Punch mineral olaim, which
is under bond to Messrs. Collett and
Starbird, is being rapidly developed;.
The Hot Punch is situated on th*
north fork of Toby Creek, Development work consists of an incline tunnel down 70 feet; drifts hav* been run
from the end of the tunnel north and
south a distance of 15 and 20 feet. Th*
ledge it front 1 to 4 feet in width, and
has a dip of 35 degree*. A shaft i*
now down tome 20 feet, but work had
to be discontinued on account of water.
The character of the ore on thi* property ia a sulphide carrying grey copper ; the gangue ia a heavy apar and
barite, containing iron tutphuret*
which carry gold. The clean or* will
assay 600 ozs. in tilver and 78 per
cent lead. The lowest attay in th*
gangue 65 ounces in tilver and 70 per
cent lead. Ou tbe Mint Julip several
open cuts have been made, bnt to far
actual development consists of th*
yearly assessment.
TBE DKLPHINB.
This property is situated about half
a mile east of, and down the gulch
from the Hot Punch, aud is owned by
Messrs. Kimpton, Stark, and Harrison.
Development work consists of an open
cut 20 feet in length by 12 feet deep.
The ore is the same, a sulphide or*
carrying grey copper, a* found on
other claims in this neighborhood.
The paystreak consists of 14 inches of
good clean ore. Some 20 tont hav*
been tacked and shipped to Kaslo. It
is estimated that thia shipment will
average 385 ounce* in tilver, and 70
per cent lead, to the ton.
THB SWANSEA.
Tbe Swansea is situated on th*
mountain behind Windeiinere. A large
force ot men are employed in developing the property under tb* management of Mr. Mulholland of Rossland.
A tunnel is in 140 feet, and the manager is sinking a shaft. The ledge i*
from 4 to 6 feet in width. The ore i*
a copper glance running high in copper.
S1TTIIO BULL.
This property is owned by E. T.
Johnson, and has been bonded by an
eastern syndicate, who are developing
the claim. The lead is about 4 feet ia
width and has a paystreak of some 10
or 12 iucho* ot rich ore; it it laid that
the gangue will assay 70 ounce* in
silver. Assays from the paystreak
run as high aa 800 ounces in tilver.
The ore ii a grey copper with torn*
ruby silver.
IMIULOKB   CRBEI   HIKES.
The Dividend gronp consists of four
claims located by Me**r*. Haupt, Taylor and Mather, and is situated on
Boulder Creek, a tributary of Horoe
Thief Creek. The ledges are fully 60
feet in width, with a pay ttreak of 6
feet of solid galena carrying copper.
The trend of the ledge it N. E. and S.
W., and dips at an angle of 15 degree*.
These claims are an extension on the
touth ot tha Sitting Bull group, now
under bond to Nelton partite tor
(40,000.
It is reported 'hat a large number of
claims in the Windermere district ar*
under various stages ol development,
and it is positive that next summer
will see a large influx of protpectort
and promoteri into thit new mining
field.
On thn Sweepstake group of claim*
there is a large iron capping under
which i* found galena, carrying torn*
copper.
The Ruth claim it an ettention ot
the Sitting Bull on the north and ha*
a good ahowing of mineral similar to
that found on the adjoining properties.
Iran Quean, located hy Johnson and
S'.ockdsle, hat 10 feet of solid galea*
tbat will average 72 ounces in tilver.
E. Bankt hat located the Alps group,
which it an extention of tbe Iron
Queen. Mr. Bauks lay* that he ha*
4 feet of solid galena in place oa hi*
property.
Notice.
The ttmi-annual meeting of th*
Golden Curling Club will be held at
ths Colombia House on Tuetday evening, Oot. 18th., at 8 o'olock. Th*
election of officer* and other ittportaat
businese will be tranaacted. A fall
attendance of members tud tho** in-
teretted I* curling is requetted.
D. M. RAE, Secy.
Golden, B.C., Oct, 12th, 189S.
Advertise in
THE
ERA TH*E GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
General
Merchant*
* GOLDEN -
To Arrive
This Week
I car Coal Oil "Best
American."
1 car General Groceries.
1 car Builder's Hardware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
i car Mattrasses, Pillows, Ootts, Etc.
i car Furniture, Iron
Beds, Etc.
OUR NEW SPRING DRY GOODS
are coming to hand every day.
We are showing bargains never
heard of before in Golden in the
following:    Blouses and Dress Silks-
starting at 25c per yard���Grey and
White Cottons, Prints, Muslins, Dress
Fabrics and an iinmeuse stock of'
General Dry Goods.
|    To Advertiser, and Subscriber..
The UOLDEN EKA *s published overy
Friday evening. It is the hest advertising
medium in tlio East Kootenay district.
Subscription Kates : tt.00 per annum IN
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Alterations and changesof standing advertisements must be in tlio office not later than
noon on Woduesday to ensuro insertion, but
casual advertisements will be received up till
noon on Friday.
Whilo all reasou.-ihle care will he taken, the
proprietors will not he responsible for any
omission or error in any advertisement.
All accounts to bo paid to the Mtanaeing
Director, or his authorized .agent, from whom
the compuny's receipt will be obtained.
Advertising rates: Display aals., 81.00 per
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insertion; Ke.'tding notices, 1- cents per lino
each issuo.
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dressod to tlio Managing Director, and all
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Correspondence is inviteal on matters of
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anonymous Ionian* the iiiimo and address of
tlio writer must be enclosed, not lor publication, but for Ilio private information of the
ealitor and as a guarantee of gooal faith. Any
lettor received lator than Wednesday will
havo to stanal over till the following issuo.
Tbe Golden Era Companf LimUed Llabitiiy.
Office, Golden, 11.0,
4,000 rolls New Wall Papers just
arrived, in beautiful designs,
Bargains in Boots and Shoes:
Bargains in Crockery and Glassware.
Bargains in Carpets and Curtains.
...... in fact
Bargains in Every Department.
Plenty of fresh new laid Eggs at
25c per dozen.
1898
it going to be our Banner Tear.   We
are wide open for business, and
making new customers every day.
Geo. B. McDermot,
t-cnernl merchant.
THE COLLEGE.
��� CALGARY, N. W. T.
High class school lor boys. Qc-od business
education. Specud prepartion for University
and Profession! entrapce. For terms, etc.,
apply to.
REV. W. E- PERRIN,
Principal,
The College, Calgary, N. W, V.
"HIFull Term Commences Sept 15.   GlToalo
.Notice.
Under section .18 of the Mineral Art, 1890,
the interest of Charles Van Mess in the mineral claims Copper -King, .Anaconda, St.
Laurence, Mother Lode, Eureka, Bluebird,
and Al.ace will be sold by auction, sixty days
after date, unless tho sum of $173.77 bo paid
to me fdrthwith.
n;' F. JOHNSON,
Golden, B.C., Aug. 8th, 1898.        600-13
���pasBH-ii        I I.I.      .1.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
SWANSEA Mineral Claim, situate in the
Windermore Mining Division of North East
Kootenay District
Where located;���On Windermere Mountain about three miles north of the village of
Windermere
Take notice thatWe.S Brewer, WB Abel,
Joseph Lake   and Geo 8 McCarter, Free
liners Certificates Nos 80C91,96151,8��74;
6991A, respectively, intend, sixty days-from
the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a certificate oi improvements, lor
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of
the above claim ....... ,
And further take notioe tliat action, under
Caction 37. must he commence-) betoro the
suance of such certificate of improvements
Dated this 6th day oS October, 18H8
MlnSO
Bead the GOLDEN ERA.
(Bite, ��oH-cn Viva
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY.
On behalf of the residents of both
Golden and Donald we have to express
the pleasure it gives us to acknowledge
in the first place the measure of justice
which it is proposed to ineot out to the
people of Donald on the one hand, and
the recognition of the importance ol
Golden as a railway centre and commercial distributing point on the
other. In these respects the visit just
paid to tho district by the President,
Sir William Van Home, the General
Manager, Mr. Whyte, and Messrs.
Marpole and Duschenay, the officers in
charge of the Pacific Division, has
boen probably ihe most important, and
certainly the most satisfactory, of any
previous visit. In regard to Donald,
the people of that town made their
homes there, and in some cases spent
considerable sums in erecting buildings
which would be a credit to any town.
The fact that they were given leasei-
for 99 years, and that the land had
been altered from a Dominion Government townsite to a Company townsite,
on the special representation that it
was to be used as a divisional and
workshop point, formed ample ground
for the request of tho residents ol
Donald, that they should receive soma-
reasonable measure of compensation
for losses sustained through no fault
of their own. Tiie liberal spirit iu
which they were met by Sir William
Van Home and Mi, Whyte should be
satisfactory to them, provided the
promises are carried out; and we have
no doubt from the spirit in which they
were made that they will be to the
letter. This treatment of the Donald
people will inspire confidence in the
integrity of the management ot the
Company in its dealings with tha-
public, and this is as it should be
The promised accommodation at
Golden has long been required. The
C. P. R. station here is discreditable
to a business and railway cento like
Golden, and while we are assured that
the officers of the Company have long
recognised the fact, it is satisfactory
to know that steps are to he taken to
provide Golden with a commodious
station, suited to the requirements of
the town and dietrict, The increase
of the yard accommodation i* also au
indication a* to the future importance
of Golden from a railway point oi
view. Those ol the C.P.R. authorities
who are in a potition to know say that
the statements made by Mr. Whyte
last year, at to the recognition ol
Golden at a great railway point, will
yet be realised, and that the improve
ment* now to be effected are but the
beginning of the steady up-building of
Golden as a railway centre. There is
every indication that next season will
see the beginning of active mining
enterprises in the country to which
Golden it the key, and the great copper-gold belt of the eastern slope of
the Selkirks bid* fair to become the
finest mining region of British Columbia. The great requirement is transportation, and now that attention has
been successfully drawn to the problem the meant of giving effect to it
are rapidly taking definite shape, and
there it every probability that another
spring will see the beginning of the
great interior railway of the Province
from the Great Northern lino in the
United States to the Yukon In the
north, the main junction and centre of
which will be at Golden,
YOUNG AT bEVB.NTY.
Indigestion and Stomach Troubles Removed
by South American Nervine���Four Bottles Brought back Health and Vigor.
Mr Jas Sherwaod, of Windsor, Ont, writes:
" For twelve months I was a great sufferer
from indigestion and stomach trouble. After
trying other remedies without any benefit
whatever, I was attracted to South American
Nervine through great cures 1 read of its
making, and I decided to try it. After a fow
doses 1 felt great relief anal benefit. I have
taken lour bottles, and although I am 70
years old I give tins thankful testimony tor
relief from the great Buffering 1 had. 1 consider it a great medicine." 55H
Sold by C, A. Warren.
BOARD OF TRADE.
We have to congratulate Goldeu on
having at last organised a Board of
Trade; Such an organization has long
been required, and the fact that no
successful steps have hitherto been
taken to effect such an organization
hae been a serious loss to the town.
An authoritative body of live men in
any town is always a boon to it, and
a guarantee that the ben ge;:eral interests of the district will be looked
after at every opportunity that present? itself. We believe that the ;ffi-
cers and Council who have been elected
to manage the affairs of the Golden
Bo ird of Trade will do so with credit
to themselves and to the town. If the
business transacted at tbe first meeting
is an index as to what may be expected
in the future, the value of such an
organization in the town is a foregone
conclusion.
OFFENSIVE EVEN   TO MYSELF
Was my Catarrh���Dr Agnew's Catarrhal
Powder Dethroned It after Twenty Years
Reign.
F A Bottom, druggist, Cookshire, P.O.,
suys : " For '20 years 1 nattered from catarrh.
My breath was very offensive eveu to myself.
In that time 1 triedevorythiugtiiat came my
av.-ay which proiniseal mo a curo. lu almost
all instances I h.d to proclaim them no good
at all. 1 was iuduceal to try Dr Agnow's
Catarrhal Powder. I got relief instantly
after first application, it cured me and 1
am free from all the etl'ects uf it I am a
thorough believer in its curativo powers." bba
Sold by C. A. Warren
ROAD     BETWEEN     EA.ST   AND
WEST KOOTE'i'AY.
A direct road is urgently wanted
between East and West Kootenay
There is direct; communication between
the two dial riots by the Toby Creek
trail, and it was hoped lhat a wnyoi
road could have.been built over this
route. The result of the investigation
of Mr. Griffith, tho Government Agent.
who is nn experienced engineer, hns
shown that the road cannot be carried by that routo owing to the altitude and steepness of the summit.
This objection would not hold good in
regard to the Bugaboo, and a first
class wagon roud can be got between
Eust and West Kootenay by this
route, a low summit, with good grades
to it from either side, dividing the
Bugabood valley from the Howser
Creek valley on the western slopo,
This road would also be much shorter
than the route by Toby Creek, that is
taking the distance between the Colour
hia River to ths point'of navigation
at the head of Howser Lake on the
Duncan River.
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Was the ball that hit O. B. Stead
man of Newark, Mich., in tho Civil
War. It caused horrible Ulcers lhat
no treatment helped for 20years. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him;
Cures Cuts, Bruises Burns, Boils,
Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best
Pile cure on oarth. 2ft cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed.    Sold by all Druggists.  3
In an interview with the Montreal
Star, J. B. McArthur, president of the
Rossland Board of Trade, ventured
the prediction after submitting his
representations to Mr. John Charlton,
M.I'., one of the Canadian Commit'
sioners, that fifteen yean hence,Canada
will be the largest gold producing
country in the world. Ho says south
ern British Columbia and eastern
Kootenay will soon possess a dozen
Rosslands, and says .the period is not
[ar distant when smelters will dot tbe
country at intervals of a" few miles.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest 1'ttle thing
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Into energy, brain-fag into mental
power, They're wonderful in building
up the health. Only 25c. per box. Sold
by all Druggists,
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W. O. Mitchell-Innes Vice     do
W. G. Noilson, J. P    do      do
E. Johnson  do      do
E. A. Haggen Socretary-Treusurer
The regular meetings of the association
will ho held ou tho first Tuesday in every
month at the Columbia House, Golden.  -
All possible information will he furnished
by the association upon application to
E. A. Hagoen, Sec, Golden.
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assay made.
CASH WITH SAMPLES, which should be
tleft with the undersigned, frem whom
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E. A. HAGGEN,
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Uted wheels, late models, all makes
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j. S. Mead Cycle Agent.    >
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JAS. HENDERSON
Builder and Contractor,      ���
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..Mining Engineer;.*.
M. Am'n Intt. M. E.
Agent for obtaining  Crown   Grants,,
doing annual assesment work, etc:.
Address:.     Uolden, B. C..
Clarence Hersoy,.
Assayer and Chemist,
(Established 1879) Leaiivillk, COLORADO'
Samples by mail or eipress receive
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of the above, 50e; copper analysis,"-91: pl.ti--
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Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now op*n for th*
admission of patients.
TICKETS may be had from the under-
signed  or   any member ���( th*
committee.
PBICE���Ten Dollars per year or Si*.
Dollars per half year.
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THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1*1, 1898.
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Arrival of-C.P.R. Magnates
Great Improvements
At Golden.
Hew C.P.R. Station Buildlngs.-
Large Increase of Yard
Accommodation.
Closing   of    Donald
Workshops.
Compensation to Residents of
Donald.���A   Liberal
Proposal.
On Ftiday afternoon Messrs. Mar-
pole and Dusohenay arrived in Golden
with a view to looking at the situation,
prior to their taking over and adding
to the Pacific Division the section of
railway between Donald and Laggan.
It has beeu decided to* make extensive
additions and alterations at the CPU.
depot at Golden. These Will include
the buildiug of a new. aiiai handsome
station, the re-arrangemeiit and extension of -the side tracks to enable trains
to be made -up lor runni.ig through
the canyon, and the laying of a Y
towards the Kicking Horse at a point
beyond the Government offices. The
special traiu conveying Sir William
Van Home and Mr. Whyte, general
manager of the;. Western and Pacific
Diviiioua, arrived at Golden on Saturday morning, and the party waa joined
at Donald by Messrs. Marpole and
DUtchenay.
AT   DONALD
a deputation- was. in waiting to interview the party, . -Mr. J. C. Pitts had
wired on the previous day to ascsrtain
whether Sir William Van Home would
be willing to receive a deputation, and.
a favorable reply having been received,
Mestn, Pittt, Forrest, and Ruttan
were in wailing on tho arrival of the
traiu.io interview tha party on behalf
of the residents of Donald. The matter
under consideration was of course that
of compensation to the present residents of Donald oq account of the C.P,
II. shops and divisional .point being
iwnoveal fro u there. The deputation
poiuted. out tho. loss that would he
susuiueal by- those who had built and
iiivi-stsd in 'the-town of Donald ju
aucount of it being the divisional and
workshop point. The Company had
g-it the Im-ii 1 from the Dominion Government on the representation that it
was require I for a workshop aud divisional point and had granted leases of
uiuety-niue years, thus leading the
people to believe in it* permanence.
Sir William Van Home pointed out
that the removal of the workshops and
divisional point from Donald had been
in contemplation by the Company for
the past ten years, aud while the
change would cost the Company $200,*
000 they expected to reap considerable
benefit from It.
Mr Forrest pointed, out that such a
statement was clear proof, of the injustice to the people of the town in the
event of their being given no compensation, at ia that caae it was the duty
of the Company to have warned them,
and to have refused to give them extended leases as had been doue. He
instanced how*, I when Sir William
Doiigla's altered the site of tho town of
Ne*/ Westminster, compensation, was
given to those who bad built in the,
old town.
Sir W.Van Home said the matter had
been uuder consideration' and it was
proposed to give the present holders of
lots in Donald a similar area at Revelstoke, and to move their goods free.
Revelstoke was going ahead and Donald was going down so that they
would be the gainers by such an
arrangement. The matter of monetary
ooi-jpeii-s-|(iou for direct loth cajised by
the policy of tho company would also
receive favorable consideration,
Mr. Whyte expressed the hope that
thqu.wha.weK affected by the change
would have no cause to regret it, aud
in reply to a question as to when the
change would take place Mr. Whyte
said he could not tell definitely till he
went to Hevelstoke, but probably
everything would be shut down at
Donald at tbe end of this month or the
middle of tbe next. He assured them
that the Company would do all in
their power to make the change at
advaategeou! as possible to those whs
were affected,
Dajring thedoiirse of thn interview
it *ra�� pointed one that a* Instance* bf
the inone ary losses involved,' Mr.
Forrest estimated his loss at 18000;
Messrs. Manuel und Buttan at 84000,
and Messrs, Kimpton and Pitts at
���5000.
���a
., .Beat* the Klondike.
.        . a  ���
Mr. A. C. Thoma*, of Marytville,
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JOHN H. BROWN,
Truro, N. S.
WAR WITH INDIANS.
One Hundred ll, H. Troops Mannered.
Minneapolis, October 6.���A battle
was fought yesterday morning between
United States roguiar troops under the
command of General Bacon and the
Bear Islands Indians. During the
fight it is state 1 that four United
States soldiers were killed and nine
more or less injured. The loss of the
Indians i auuot at present he ascertained. General Bacon had marched to
Bear Island to enforce the authority of
the United States marshal iu that district. The marshal had caused the
arrest of several Indians on account of
various offences, but a party of their
friends oa the reserve had rescued
them, and refused to give them up to
th*i authorities. An unconfirmel
rumor has reached here that 100 soldiers of the regular troops under the
command of Geueral Bacon have been
massacred  by Indians at Leech Lake.
The telegraph operator at Brainerd
states that the news of the massacre
Brave Hen fall.
Victims to stomach, liver aud kidney troubles as well as women, nnd all
feel the results in loss of appetite,
poisons in the blood, backache, nervousness, headache and tired listless,
run-down feailing. But there's nn need
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BRITAIN AND FRANCE,
Salisbury*. Ultimatum.--France fret.
48 Hour. Notice.
London, Oct. 10.��� Lord Salisbury
despatched what was virtnally an
ultimatum to Paris on Saturday night.
The question of war or peace bctweon
Great Britain and France must now
be decided by the French government,
and the belief prevails here that the
decision will bo taken within 48 hours
of receipt cf despatch. The gravest
views are entertained in London of the
developments in the Fashoda incident,
������WILL DIB IIEFOBE  DATLIUHT."
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���   ���Whon?-llut Dr. Agnew's Cure for
the Hoart Snapped tho Death Strings.
Mrs. I)., 180 Queen street W-, Toronto,
gives this unsolicited testuuony i " For a
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from heart troubles, had smothering sensations, palpitation, neuralgia thumping, was
very easily fatigued, I was induced to try
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recommending it, and will be glad to communicate with auy one desiring it."        663
Sold by C. A. Warren.
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NEWS IN BRIEF.
Queen Victoria's health is unsatis
factory. Her Majesty appears to be
troubled with langour and drowsiness.
Grave fears are entertained in
France that a revolution is imminent.
A law ha* been passed in Germany
forbidding the formation of trade
unions in that country.
The massacre of the crew of a
schooner is reported from the Solomon
Islands.
The total loss of the United States
navy during the American-Spanish
war was 17 killed and 84 wounded.
Senator Quay and others nre held at
New York ou a charge of appropriut
ing state funds.
Sickness among troops comprising
Geueral Kitchener's iii-my is reported
to be increasing.
The Dreyfus case hns boen nt last
entered for trial on the court docket.
Her Majesty Queen Victoria had a
very narrow escape from serious injury
in a runaway at Balmoral,
The great powers of Europe, Great
Britain, Russia, France and Italy
jointly demand the immediate evacuation of Crete hy the Turks,
The triennial council of theEplscopal
Protestant church of the United States
was formally opened in Washington
last week.
Tho Molsons branch hank at Winni
peg has been robbed of {32,000. The
robbery took place between September
28th and Ootober 4.h. No violence
had been used to force the safe and it
is evident that the robbery has been
committed by some one who had the
combination of tho safe.
One hundred liven are reported to
have been lost in the late disastrous
storm in Georgia,
During a fight in the North End
Hotel, Winnipeg, a young man ,vus
slashed wilh a razor.
The statue of General Wolfe has
been stolen from Quebec.
Le Soliel, Montreal, declares that
prohibition has been defeated in Mont,
real by a majority of over 9,000
votes.
A Pretty
.   School
Dress.
New creations  from
Discarded Materials.
In every young girl there is a natural
and inherent desire to look pretty and
attractive, and nothing gives greater
delight to the ordinary school miss
than an occasional new dress.
Before the advent of Diamond Dyes
the large majority of our school girls
had to content themselves with two
dresses a year���one each for summer
and winter. Now, with the magical
virtues of Diamond Dyes, mothers in
even very moderate circumstances are
enabled to send their girls to school as
neatly and stylishly dressed as the
daughters of well-to-do families.
A little feminine tact nnd skill thnt
all women po.-.sess, with the aid of a
ten cent package of Diamond Dyes,
will do wonders for our school
girls.
Every mother has put aside one or
more dresses too old and faded for herself or daughters. It is a mistake to
imagine that these dresses are worthless. With a littlo simple work in
coloring and re-muking you can huve
really artistic effects and results.
Taki one of the old dresses and try
your skill. First remove all grease
spots and stains, then prepare your
bath of Diamond Dye ���the color mosl
becoming to the miss who is to wear
it���and dye according to the simple directions on the envelope, and you have
a creation in new material, which,
when made up, your daughter can
wear with pride and satisfaction.
A new mid pretty dress ut a cost of
from lon to twenty cents is always
your reward when you make use of the
Diamond Dyes.
Mrs. Lake
begs to announce to the ladies
of Golden that she has begun
business ns MILLINER in
tho premises lately occupied
by J. McMillan, opposite G.
B McDermot's store. S.lejt-
ed stook of the newest styles
In HATS k TRIMMINGS.
. Choice lot of Ladies Under
clothing. Children's clothing
made.
INSPECTION    INVITED.
547
Golnen Market..
Wheat 11.00 to $1.05
Oats  0.60 to  0.68
Barley  0.25 to  0 30
Beef (live)  4.50 to  4.76
Beef (dressed).  8.50 to  8.50
Pork (live)  5.50 to  6.50
Pork (dressed)  8.00 to  8.00
Mutton. 10.00 to 10.00
Butter  0.25 to  0.35
Eggs  0.25 lo  0.60
Hay (baled) 17.00 to 20.00
Hay (loose) 14.00 to 14.00
Potatoes,  0.75 to   0.90
Livery and Feed40 tables
Good Saddle Horses and
Rigs of all kinds for
Hire at Reasonable Rates.
Teaming of all kinds a specialty.
+ X + X +
A. C. Hamilton.
GOLDEN, B. C.
131tc
HULL BROS & Co.,
Wholesale and Kctall
...Butchers
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,   B. C.
2litc
The McMurdo House,
carbonate landing,
east kootenay,
Chas. Cart-wright, Proprietor.
Good accommodation for Miners.
Best Brands of Liquors Kept.
Saddle or Pack Horses for .Sale or Hire
182te
Upper Columbia
Navigation S Tramway
& Iqterijational Transportation Co'y.
Go,
Ltd.,,
Connecting with C.P.R. at Golden, B.C., and Great
Northern Railway at Jennings, Montana.
OOOOOOOC O  9 9  O O 9  9
Steamers will; leave Golden for Windermere, water
permitting on
October ioth and 24th.,
and will carry
Freight Only.
38Sst
C. H. Parson,
IHanager.
Canadian
Pacific Hy
East via the Lake Routes.
Steamers Leave Vt. William
Alberta every Friday.
Athabasca every Sunday.
Manitoba every Tuesday.
Connecting with trains from Golden,
�� ���
One way and Round Trip Tickets at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Klondike Gold Fields
Direct via C. P. R. Steamers to
Wrangel & Skagway,
At Cheapest Hates.
Sailings from
Victoria Vancouver
Cottage City   Oct. 1 Oct. 1
���City of Seattle...    "2 "2
Queen City     "   6 " 7
Dirigo        "   6 "6
Alki     "6 "6
City otTopeka ...    ���' 11 " 11
Amur      "12 "13
Tees     " 13 " 14
Rosalie     "13 "13
Cottage City     "16 "16
���City of Seattle...    "18 ���' 18
Dirigo     "20 "20
QueeuCity     "20 "21
Amur      "26 "27
Rosalie     "27 "27
Tees        "27 "28
*Calls at Dyea.
C.P.R. connection  through from Vancouver to
Dawson city in 10 days
Trains   leave   Oolden for the west   at
11:45 a.m.
Apply to the nearest Canadian Pacific Railway Agent, or address
ROBT, KERR,
Traffic Manager,
Winnipeg, Man.
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lite Ticket Agont, Golden
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More properly speaking half his charges���
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It keeps its shape for the reason that the
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THE GOLDEN ERA.COMPANY, GOLDEN, B.C.     M3. THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Hyak started up the river on
Monday, but only got as far as 0. McMillan's, and returned last night.
The C. P. R. have started a line of
boats to connect with the terminus of
the Siberian line at Vladivostock.
Pert Steele has now a mail service
three times a week over tbe Crow's
Nest Railway.
Of 1670 tons of freight taken into
Fort Steele during the past year, 634
tons went by road from Golden.
There is a report in circulation that
J. Siirrot, mining recorder at Donald,
is to be moved to Windermere.
J. Dolmage has shown us a sample
ef the potato crop which he grew this
year. The tubers would bo bard to
beat.
Mr. Clifford, one of tbe independent
candidates returned for Cassiar, announces tbat he will probably support
tbe Semlin Government.
The Golden School Trustee have
asked the Education Department to
supply an assistant teatcher for tbe
school.
The Columbia River Lumber Co are
putting in supplies at Moberly, were
tbey will have an important camp this
season.
H. G. Parson returned on Friday
from a trip the Crow's Nest Road. He
went as far as Nelson and found
things very brisk all along the line.
J. Henderson, contractor for the
skating and curling rink, is making
good progress with the big building,
tbe work having already progressed so
tar as the erection of the frame-work.
Under the Semlin Government the
determination to secure the honest
administration of public affiairs
has already had its effect in a rise in
B. C, stocks in the London Market
M. Dainard, J. C. Ullock, and Dr.
Taylor had a good day's sport the
other day between Golden and Moberly
They bagged fourteen partridge and a
a similar number of snipe.
H. Munson has just completed the
building of a nice cottage near the
Columbia House. It consists of sitting
room, a.diuing room, two bedrooms,
kitchen, bath-room and pantry.
The Gaiettc contains the following
statements of the election expenses of
tbe candidates for North East Kootenay: W. C. Wells J255.45; W.G.Neil.
son $281.00,
F. C. Lang returned on Friday night
from his annual valuation of the district for land tax purposes. Mr. Lang
found the distaict in a very prosperous
condition throughout.
The Dredge Muskrat has been brought
to Golden and will be left in the river
this season. Capt. Macdonald, who
haa been in charge, has been ill at the
Golden Hospital,
The C. P. R. department store ar.
Donald has now been closed and the
stock will be sent to Revelstoke.
Mr. A. F. Dunn, who has been iu
charge of tbe store, will be transferred
to Vancouver.
Typhoid fever is committing serious
ravages in South East Kootenay. Already two deaths are reported aud there
are several cases of serious illness including Constable Barnes, ot Fort
Steele.
J. A. Brewster, who returned from a
trip to the Territories ou Friday last,
informs us that things are very brisk
in the Nort West in consequence of the
excellent prices that have been ruling
(or stock.
Among those who availed themselves
of the excursion trip to the New Westminster exhibition were Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Greene, Messrs. R. M. Wilson,
J. H. Semple, W. A. Skelton, A. Murray, and H. G. Lowe.
The semi annual meeting of the
Golden Curliug Club takes place at tho
Columbia House on Tuesday evening
next. It is hoped there will be a large
attendance as important business will
be transacted.
Tbe total result of the plebiscite vote
(ar North East Kootenay was69 iu favor of prohibition, and 64 against. In
addition to detailed vote of the district
which we formerly published Fieldgave
one for prohibition, and 6 against. At
Windermere four voted each way.
Tbe Semlin Government have already
done splendid work in regard to the
employment of Chinese labor. Tbeir
determination to have the law oboyed
has resulted in the announcement that
tha Dunsmuirs have decided to dispense with Chinese labor in and round
the coal mines at Nanaimo.
At St. Peters church Donald next
S'inday, Oct. 16th, will be observed ai
a day of thanksgiving for the ingathering of the harvest. The services will
be 8 a. m* Celebration of Holy Communion 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and
sermon 7.80 p. i��. Evening Prayer and
sermoa.
A Oolden gentleman went out for a
rid* the other day to the amusement of
the ontlookers. His mount was a fine-
looking oayose. but had been handled
very little. One ot the crowd sent a
dog after the cay use and then horse
and rider won.t through nntioa to tie
amusement of the cold-bloded onlookers. Presently tho rider assumed a
winged attitude, and saw stars, as he
mad* an unpleasant acquiantance with
Mother Earth. The "expert" doesn't
wsnt ��uy mow HubrukTO cayuses,.
PURITAN DAME1
We hear a great
deal Own days cf
our puritan forefathers, bat little
concerning the
wives and mother, who landed at
Plymouth Rock
aad founded that
Colony which wu
destined to play
such a large part
In our history.
In 1631 Elder
Cuiahm.n wrote
from Plymouth
that he ''would
not advise any
one to come here
who were not content to spend their
time, labors and
endeavors for the
benefit of those
who .hall come
a/ttr, quitely con-
tenting them*
.tive. with such
hanlships and difficulties u shall rail upon them."
What self-renunciation .nd heroic purpose
was thita! They drowned witches to be sure,
but that was 110 pari of their pilritani.m. It
Is to the puritan women we owe 50 much for
that spirit in our people which give, them
th.t fortitude to endure hardship and .take
life and fortune for their convictions.
The American women of to-day have the
spirit of their puritan mothers, but tbelr
con-.aitiit.uii9 arc not rugged or able to endure half Ihe hardships of these Mew England anccators. Very ajftcn they are -rundown with weaatnaisses and irregularities
peculiar to their sex, and the constant drain
upon their vitality makes them chronic invalids. Many women hesitate to go to
their family physician, because they dread
the local e-iar.iin.-itions so generally insisted
upon by practitioner..
Such women should writ* Dr. R. V.
Pierce, chief consulting physician of the
Invalids'   Hotel and  Surgical Institute,
full de.a
their symptoms, history, etc., so that he
're them the best possible medical
advice.   If Dr. Pierce's Favorite Frescrip*
invaa.iu-a      naaaea    aaaaa    aui*|iva,a    -aa-.iiaa.u-,
Buffilo, N. Y., giving a full description of
their symptoms, history, etc., so that he
can give them the best possible medical
advice. If Dr. Pierce'. Favorite Prescription seems to suit the case the Doctor will
say no. If not, then he will give medical
advice which will put such women oa the
rapid road to recovery aud health.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Spain  will  keep  her garrisons in
Cuba until peace is formally signed.
Four thousand Viscaya insurgents
have surrendered to the Spaniards.
The United States government will
take formal possession of Cuba on
December 1st and of Porto Rico on
October 18tb.
Tbe European powers who have
joined in the ultimatum to Turkey refuse to modify that ultimatum respecting Crete.
The government of Cape Colony has
been defeated in the legislature.
One hundred Sierra Leone chiefs
have been arrested as being ooncerned
in the late murder of missionaries.
It is thought in London that Mar
chand will be instructed to return from
Fashoda by way of Cairo.
The sublime Porte having consented
to the evacuation of Crete by Ottoman
troops, orders have been issued for
immediate withdrawal*
Recent heavy rains have done considerable damage iu Manitoba grain
crops.
It estimated that 30,000 settlers
have been locatedjj in Manitoba this
year.
Clarke Wallace predicts a general
election for the Dominion within the
present year,
Le Soliel.Quebec, says that prohibition is defeated by over 20,000  votes.
An Afflicted Mother.
Nursing Her Dying Child Her
Health Gave Way.
A man whose name is unknown,
but who is a Swede by nationality,
was struck by an engine on the C J?.&.
line east of Golden on Tuesday morning and had to be hrought to Golden
tor treatment. The man is an employee
of the C.P.R. He wss badly bruised
and unconscious when brought to the
Hospital but. sustained no injuries of a
serious character,
Mr. W. G. Neilson, M P.P., who
came in from Beaver this week* informs us that the staff of the Beaver
Mills are busy with the installation of
the stoam plant, and this work will
occupy the greater part of the winter,
When the new power is installed the
Beaver mill be one of the finest lumber
mills in the Province.
Harvest Thanksgiving services were
bold at the church of England on Sunday and the service was Jone of the
most successful that has been held at
! the church. The musical portion of
the service was most pleasing and an
excellent sermon was delivered by the
Rev. Mr. Turner. Mr. Keyser read the
lessons. Tbe church was prettily decorated for the occasion.
The second of the series of entertainments under the auspices of the I.O.F.
lodge of Golden, takes place in the
Columbia Hall on Friday evening Oct.
21st. The entertainment on this occasion will be given by tbe Prairie City
Quartette under the management of
Mr. Stanley Adams. This company
are meeting with unparalleled success
all along the line. Thoy performed to
a 1300 house in Medicine Hat a few
nights ago. Reserved seats have been
placed at the low figure of 50 cents,
and the plan is being tilled up rapidly.
A fortnight ago a Mr. Carter, who
was connected with the BuildingAsso-
ciation of Toronto, and who wns
travelling to California (or tbe benefit
of his health, was seized with an
attack of hemorrhage, and was taken
off the train at Donald,conveyed to the
Forest House, where he died. His remains were sent on to Toronto for
interment. Dr. Cross gave unremitting
attention to the patient during his illness and tho people of Donald speak in
the highest terms of the generosity ot
Dr. Cross in assisting the friends ot
the diseased to have the body returned
east.
The old story of Prometheus is
parable. Prometheus was on terms of
intimacy with the gods, From them
he stole fire, and gave it to men. For
this sin he was bound to the rocks of
Mount Caucassus, and vultures were
set uprn him. They only ate bis liver. This grew again as fast it was
pecked away. Are bis sufferings to be
imagined?
Take a modern interpretation of the
parable. There is no cookiug without
fire. In cooking and eating the mischief lies. The stomach Is overtasked
the bowls become clogged, they can'
not dispose of the food that is given
them. The impurities back up on the
liver. Then* come tho vultures���the
torments of a disessed liver. Dr.
Pierce's Goldsn Medical Discovery is
more than equal to the vultures ot
dyspepsia and its kindred disease.
There is no more need of suffering
dyspepsia than there is of hanging
one's self. Sold by all medioine dealers
the world oyer. ���* 552
Californian Farms
For Sale.
$1200-200 acres; $300-20 acres;
$2500-84 acres; $800-40 acres; $6000
-1200 aores;-l*>500-80 aores; $2000
���20 seres; $1500-100 acres; $1000���
20 acres; $1200-10 acres; $1200-80
acres; $600-60 acres; $13,800-460
acres; $2500-760acr��s;$800-80 acres
$12,000-900 acres; $2170-217 acres;
$720���24 acres. They are in California,
150 miles south of the Oregon line, in
a valley five miles wide at east end and
tapering to a point 15 miles west
through which a lurge creek flows; on
the trunk line railroad connecting San
Francisco and Portland. The market
is good. Farm products always bring
tbs highest price. Best natural roads
in the world���never muddy. Near
many gold mines. Elevation, 500 Teet;
yearly rainfall 35 inches; plenty of
wood; water is pure, soft and cold; uo
alkali; no chills, no luug trouble, no
rheumatism; ..seldom auy snow ever
falls. Crops never fail.' Coldest
weather 24 degrees above aero���no
cold winters, no sunstrokes} no muddy
streets; no cyclones, no hurricanes or floods. No bettor climate
can be found. The products are flowers
of every kind, figs, peaches, pears,
prunes, plums, cherries, almonds, walnuts, raisins, grapes of all varieties;
wheat, barley, rye. oats, hogs, sheep,
chickeus, etc. The best of socieiy;
schools are first Clsss. Congregational
U. B. and Baptist Churches. The people are white, wide awake, generous-
highest type of American citizenship.
Therois no government or railroad land
there; uo farms for rent.
We have an agent in the town to
show these places free of charge who
will also furnish abstract with each
sale showing clear title. For circulars
containing maps and full information
address,
E. A. HAGGEN,
Notary Public k Real Estate Agent.
645 Golden, B.C.
Mrs. Lake
begs to announce to the ladies
of Golden that she has begun
business as MILLINER in
the premises lately occupied
by J. McMillan, opposite G.
B. McDermot 'a store. Selected stock of the newest styles
in HATS dt TRIMMINGS.
Choice lot of Ladies Underclothing. Children's clothing
made.
547
INSPECTION   INVITED.
Miners) The way (or yon to succeed
is to make known the resources ot
your camps. The way to do tbat is to
send news of your finds to the Golden
Era. Subscribe yourself to the Era
and send it to your friends. The Era
will tell them all about it better than
you can.
Golaicn markets.
Wheat $1.00 to $1.05
Oats  0.60 to 0.68
Barley  0.25 to  080
Beef (live)  4.50 to  4.76
Beef (alressod)  8.50 to   8
Pork (live)  5.50 to  6.
Pork (dressed)  8.00 to  8.
Mutton 10.00 to 10.00
Butter  0.25 to  0.85
Eggs.... .*..., 0.25 to 0.50
Hay (baled) 17.00 to 20.00
Hay (loose) 14.00 to 14.00
otatoes  0.76 to  0.90
Anaiemln,Followed by Neural (lo Pains
ItaektHl her System���Ber Friends
Feared that She Could not Rooover,
From the Enterprise, Bridgewater, N.S.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Diehl, who
live about one and a half miles from
Bridgewater,. are highly esteemed by a
large circle of friends. Mrs. Diehl has
passed through a trying illness, the
particulars of which she recently gave
a reporter of tbe Enterprisers follows:
" In the spring ot 1896 my health gave
way. In addition to my ordinary
household duties I had the constant
care day and night of a sick child. In
the hope of saving my little one, it did
not occur to me that overwork, loss of
sleep and anxiety were exhausting my
strength. Filially my child passed
away, and then I realized my physical
condition, Shortly after I was attacked with neuralgic pains in the shoulder
which shifted to my right side after
three weeks and settled there. The
pain in my side grew worse and after
a few days I became unable to leave
my bed. In addition to my bodily
trouble I became melancholy and was
very much reduced in flesh. My
friends regarded my condition as dangerous. I remained in bed several'
weeks; to me it seemed ages. It is
impossible to describe the agonies I
suffered during that time. A skillful
physician was in constant attendance
upon me, He said mine waa the
worst case of anaemia and general
neuralgia he had ever seeu. After
some weeks he succeeded in getting me
out of bed and after a few more weeks
I waa able to do some light household
work. But I was only a shadow of
my former self; my appetite was very
poor and that maddening pain still
clung to my side and also spread to
the region of the heart and lungs,
darting through and about them like
lances cutting the flesh. Every few
days I had to apply crotou oil and fly
blisters to my chest, and had a bad
rough. My friends gave up thinking
had consumption. I, too, really
thought my end was near, fearing
mostly that the (sins about my heart
might take me off any day. During
all my illness I had never thought of
any medicine other than what my
doctor prescribed. It happened, how*
ever, that in glancing over the Enter,
prise one day my eye fell upon a state-
ment of a cure made by Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. Tbe case resembled mine
in some respects. I read and reread
the article. It haunted me for several
days notwithstanding' I tried to dismiss it from my mind. At last I asked
the doctor whether lie thought these
pills would help me. He looked at me
a moment and then remarked "well
perhaps you had better try them.' I
believe they do work wonders in some
cases and il they do not cure you they
will certainly do no harm.'- That re-
mark opened to me the door of life, for
had he said "no" I should not have
used the pills. When I had used two
boxes I began to feel better, my appetite improved and there were less of
those pains about the heart and chest.
The cough too was less severe. I kept
on till six boxes more were taken and
to make a long story short, I was myself again, appetite good, spirits buoyant, pains gone and I could do my own
work with comfort. 1 have been well
ever since and have no doubt that Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills saved my life,
and restored me to my family. I am
ever ready to speak their praises and
in my beart am ever invoking God's
blessing upon their discoverer.
Rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia,
partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia,
nervous headache, nervous prostration
and diseases depending upon humors in
the blood, such as scrofula, ehronlo
erysipelas, etc., all disappear before a
fair treatment with Dr. Williams'Pink
Pills. They give a healthy glow to
pale and sallow complexions and build
and renew the entire system. Sold by
all dealers or sent post paid at 60c a
box or six boxes for $2.50 by addressing the Dr. Williams'Medicine Co,,
Brockvillt, Ont. Do pot be persuaded
to take some substitute. 556
CATARRH RAVAGES!
Mt ACREVS 0ATAIRMIMffDER MUSTS TU MALMT ��� M
W8TAHT AUD CURES AS BY MACIO.
Your cat* 1* not hope-
less, ne matter how
long standing or acuta
It may be���and no
case s 0 slight you can
afford to neglect it
This greatest of catarrh cures will relieve a cold in tht
head i-i 10 minutes
���nd has authentic testimony to it* credit,
where cases of half a
century's standing
have been cured in a
wonderfully short
while. It's simple,
harmless,painless and
easy to apply���one
short puff and relief
comes.
Symptoms -of Catarrh
���re :���Foul Weath,
husky voice, ashing
all evcr.stepped soee,
nasal disckarg stropping In ths throat,
pain over tha ayes,
tickling in threat, ao-
���ense of smell, losing
sense of taste, throat
dry in morning, pain-
in back o( head���any
and all of these symptoms are pretest fas
catarrh In head an*
throat and is ths ���*-
suit of neglected cold.
Neglected catarrfc
leads to Incurable pulmonary compRata.
tions*
Rev. Dr. ncehro-, nirffolt.. rayi:-"My wife and I were both tlMMt# a
.......    .... .   this siMt-avsUai
tresalnar  catnrrli.    	
since the first day wa' used Dr.
hare   enjored freedom
Agnew'a Catarrh-al
from
Powder.
It.  arttw
meledr
was  ta-
stantsrti'n'w, elvhiit most grateful r*lle*f'VrltbhrtVii minutes alter first .rjf>lieetl<m, sad*
we believe tl-cre Is no cose but  It will lumediatelr relieve and ptnaaanUr eata."
DR. ACKEW3 00BE FOR THE HEART-The ��* dose gave w-Hsi Is ball aa
hour is an ��very-day testltnony to the worth of the great heart itssectr, and
one or two bottles in moat cases works an absolute, cure���almost ��� miracle la
many cases���but never has failed to core a ease of heart disease whsie H had
fair trial.
DR. ASNEVTS OIBTMHiT-Ttahwg, blind, nlceratlnr or bleedla*   pDse ieH-m-1
with one application, an* cored lu from thm to five nights.   An effect*-*. �������>'
edy for nil akin diseases in old and young���35 cents.
Dn. AGNtWS LIVCB PILLS -for elefc headnsha, MllaMMneee, nauM-a, lillistla
Indle-wllon, blaM-tlng m.1tmr entln-r, aanatlpatloa-ptwaaailt Utile t
bad aflw ���ffeetSrM eeate a vial.
SOLD BY  C.  A.  WAKREN.
il
Mining, Real Estate & Commission Agent
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
GOLDEN, B.C.
Town Lots and Farm Lands for sale.
Working and Dividend Paying Minte ih various parts of
British Columbia.       " ��� -        ..
Gold Quartz, Copper, Gold, and Silver-Lead Prospects and
Developed Properties on Bond.
Or6s   Purchased.
Reports and Information Furnished.-
Stocks in British Columbia Mines Bought and Sold.
Cable Address:   KANAGAN, Golden.
Codes in use:  Mowing & Neal, and Bedford McNeill.
OUSI Alt TOUR MISS WITH
Pain-Killer.
A IsaMae Meat la ItaeM.
tla-il., tsfe ea< Q.l.k Cere tot
OR AMPS, DIARRHOEA, 00U0HS,
00LDJ, RHEUMATISM,
��� EURALQIA.
98 and BO eont Bottles.
���SWAM OP IMITATIONS.
SUY ONLY THE SINUMI.
FERRY DAVir
We Hale
WHEELS
GOLDEN.
)
First Class Accommodation for Traveller*
and Commercial and Mining Men-
Baggage Transferred Free.
flot and Cold Baths.
Ullock & Barry,
lUtt Fiorieteet*.
The Belvidere
$40.00
First Class Tailoring.
I have just opened a' first-class Tailoring
Establishment and Repair Shop at the south
end of the Kicking Horse bridge
Sign of the Scissors.
I am here to stay, and if first-class wojkman.
ship, perfect fit, and reasonable price is of
interest to you, we solicit your patronage.
Satisfactiori Guaranteed.
p.
A.  DESORMEAU,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
BM

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