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���The Oolden Era
I* the most widely circulated and
beet advertising medium .in East
Kootenay. This It the paper that
is read by the miners, the ranchers,
the raildroaderi and lumbermen.
Subscription, 92.00 per Annum
In Advance  .  .  .'���-.  .  .
It You Want
Books,
Or" ally thin-- in tlie-Rook,,
-  �� Stationery ur b'uiii-yuttod*
������. N0t6 Paper, line, drop us a line and
*-. ._��.i__-�� we'll send you ..hat you
t* Envelopes,    waBt. Wehave the largest
>, Wall Paoer. ll^."' """I* we?~ ut
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(�� as any retail slock in Winnipeg ur Toronto.
Our Price, are Moderate.   Just try um.
THOMSON BROS, Bookstore, Culgi.ry.
VOL. VI. NO. 60.
GOLDEN B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1897.
$2 Per Year
H. G. PARSON,
General # JWerehant,
ALEXANDER BLOCK
���Great Clearing Sale
---+ OF +-
Summer Dry Goods
This is a Genuine Sale and no reasonable
offer will be refused. Goods must go and
unusual Bargains will be given.
LADIES' Blouses, Muslin
Underwear, Embroideries,
Laces, Feathers, Flowers,
Hosiery and Gloves.
Plain and Fancy Muslins,
Blouse Silks and
Dress Goods.
Best English Prints, 10c per yard, worth lCe.
In .Ladies' Shoes we surpass in Price and Quality.
.Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords selling for $1,00 per pair,
Usual price, ���1.50.
JUBILEE  CELEBRATION
The Golden Sports���A
Great Gathering
Deligfetful Steamer Excursion
c_c co o_ ��_��_") oo 6 cjs p ��> o
Gents Furnishings
-4 INCLUDING *r>
Underwear and Top Shirts,
Collars and Ties,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
,eo.o,.*)o 9 so.?
Miners Supplies a Specialty
> 6 6"o oo.:oo6o 6"oo*o
. . Agent For . .
f tiranix of London and other Fire Insurance Co's.
+   +
The confederation Life Association, Toronto.
+ +
The Reliance Loan & Savings Co., of Ontario.
+ +
-Canadian Railway Accident Insurance Company.
Unnelng on Uoard-HagnlDcent Dla-
plny of Plruwork.
Friday was the day fixeil lor the
Jubilee celebration in Oolden. The
weather broke out beautifully fine, and
the town presented an animated sight.
Golden people rolled np in force, and
as the Golden Lumber Co, -rave a
holiday for the occasion ther-r* was a
large .attendance from the mill and
camps. Donald was well represented,
and a large crowd came from Calgary
and points along the line. The Columbia Valley was not represented so
strongly as might have been expected.
The scene was enlivened by the
attendance of the Calgary Fire Brigade
Bond, who attended to the number ol
eighteen under Bandmaster Ritchie.
It was very kind of them to come, and
they ���gave their valuable assistance
most oheerfully, contributing largely
to the success of the gathering. On
the way to Golden the band entertained
the people along the road, playing at
Canrn6re and Field to the great delight
of those who' had the pleasure of
hearing them. On the train pulling
into Golden station there was a large
muster 0/ local residents, who received
the bandsmen with three hearty cheers.
They then marched to the ground,
where selections were played through*
ou- the day,.
THE SPORTS,
There was a good gathering ol
people at the Jubilee Park at the
opening of the sports, but���partly
from want of organization, and partly
Irom laok ot competition-the sports
were not so successful as we could
have wished to see theiu. The thanks
of the committee are mainly due to
the president, Mr. Warren, the Vice-
president, Mr McNeish, and to Capt.
Armstrong, who worked hard to make
the best of the day. J. Adler was
secretary. The Hon. F. W. Aylmer
and Messrs. Braden and Griffitli
acted as judges to start with but
owing to an unpleasant incident in
connection with the programme Mr.
Aylmer very rightly withdrew, and
Mr. Cross, of Calgary, was appointed
In his stead. Mr. Dainard was starter
and was assisted by Mr. Spragge.
The following was the programme
gone through:���
Bicycle race, open, 1 mile dash.
First, gold medal; second, silver medal;
value ol medals, $115 ��� Edwards, 1;
Scott 2. Lamontaigne and Brown
also entered. Lamontaigne led for a
start, but was overtaken by Brown,
who in turn was overtaken by Edwards and Scott, a splendid race
resulting.
Hall mile saddle race, dash, owner's
up, horses to bo bona fide property of
$18; second, special, fancy vest by W.
R. Johnson A Co., Toronto, value to.
���P. McManus, 1; Dreaver, 2;C.Ttru-
bull, 3.    A good race.   Four started.
Girl's race, handicap, 100 yds ���
Mary Anderson, 1; .Marjory Armstrong, 2; Minnie Sutherland, ;l.
Boy's race, handicap, 100 yds��� W.
Houston, 1; A. Jaynos, 2; E. Sutherland, 8.
Ladies' bicycle nice, open, quarter
mile dash. First, special, ladies'
brooch by L, H. Dull, Calgary, value
tlO; second, special, ladies' cupo by ll.
McCitll A Ot). Ltd. Toronto, value
$7.50-Miss Scott, 1; Miss Toltuie, 2.
Miner's nine, course to bo decided on
by committee. First, $10; second, $5���
S. Johnson, 1; C. Haminersint, 2.
This wns one of the best events of the
day. The competitors eacli curried a
sack of flour.    Johnson won easily.
100 yard loot race, open. First,
value $10; second, $5���P. McManus, 1;
R. M. WUroii, 2.    A good rrice.
Novice bicycle nure, half mile dash,
for 1897 riders, residents of East
Kootenay for space of three mouths
prior to July 9th, 1897, First, gold
medal; second, silver medal; value of
medals *l7.-0���A. Taylor, 1; A. Head,
i.
One mile dash, open to all comers.
First $150; second, $nl)���Wuntworth
_ McDonnell's Dixie, I; W. H. Lee's
Maud, 2.   This wus a capital race.
Consolation - H. G. Low's Stoney,
1; Niklasson's Tommy, 2.
100 yards foot race, for residents of
East Kootenay- R. M. Wilson, 1;A. L,
McDermot. 2; C. A. Warren, 8.
Gun club contest. First, speciiil,
silver cup, presented by Hii,.111 Walker
- Sons, Walkervillc. Out., value $25;
second, special, suit of clothes iuiule
by J. F. Pugh. tailor, Hidden, for
highest individual scorer. Severn!
other prizes by the D.G'.Ij. Co., England, and Kennedy A Douglas, Toronto
���Three teams competed, Donald Iieing
represented by ono team nnd Golden by
two. Sixteen birds were thrown, and
the result was that Golden No. 1 took
lirst and Donald second. The following were the scores:���Golden No. 1:
C. A. Warren, 11; J. Taylor, 8; G. B.
McDermot, 7; Capt. Armstroug, 6; J.
Hates, 2, total, 114 \D011ald: K. White.
11; J. Edwards, 9; C. Baiues, tf; J.
Lappan, 3; T. McRae, 3. total 32.
Golden No. 2: J. McKenzie, 9; H. G.
Low, 8; A. Taylor, 7; W. McNeish, 5;
Capt. Bacon, 3, total 32,
The wheelbarrow, hurdle, and Indian
races had to be dropped lor want cl
competitors.
STKAMKR  -Xnil-HIUN.
In tho evening Capt. Armstrong
provided an excursion up the river und
into the sloughs by the Duchess and a
barge, Thc Lumber Co.'s engine took
visitors from the town to the wharf.
About 200 availed themselves of the
trip, which Was thoroughly enjoyed,
and was regarded by the visitors as
one of the most pleasurable incidents
of the festival. The Calgary Band was
in attendance, and enlivened the scene
with sweet music. A dance wns arranged on board. The steamer returned with the visitors in time for the
engine in sotting up such a tooting of
their steam whistles as threatened to
make night hideous for a time.
CONCEI1T   .Nil   IIASUE.       >
On Saturday evening the carnival
concluded with it concert and dance at
tho Alexander Hall. Prior to the
concert lining held a most creditable
exhibition of tumbling 'tnd balancing
was given in tbe open by Pro!. jVugade
and L. Lloyd. There was a good
attendance 'at. the conceit, which
consisted of the following items:-
Two selections liy the band, piano solo
hy A. Ij. McDermot, songs, "A Job
Lot." liy G Aldred, and "Southern
Home," by L. Lloyd, the bundsmeu
joining in the chorus; " Nobody
Knows," by G. Poulton; "Paradise
Alley." by C. Whitehead; violin solo,
by Prof. jViigude; club-swinging, by
it. M. Wils.ui; instrumental trio, by
Prof. Auguilo (mandolin), W. Ritchie
(banjo), L. Orr (piano). The audience
showed their particular appreciation
by encoring the violin eolo by Prof.
-Vugade. and the trio by Proi. Augade,
Wi Ritchie, and L. Orr. R. M.
Wilson's exhibition ol club-swinging
was ulso heartily oheered.
Mr. Haggen stepped on the platform
and conveyed to the bund the welcome
of the people of Golden, aud their
appreciation ol the entertainment
provided for them by the visitors,
culling for three cheers, which were
heartily given. Mr, Smart returned
thanks on behalf of the visitors, and
expressed the pleasure the trip had
given them. The baud having played
the National Anthem, the hall was
cleared Tor dancing, the music for
whicli wus provided by Mrs. Rue,
Prof. Augade. Messrs. McDermot,
Br.rh, L. Orr, G, .Mitchell, Ritchie,
and McNeill.
On S unlay the band left for home
by Xo. 2. Tlio scene at the station
was 1111 animated one. Just before the
train started the bandsmen gave three
cheers for Golden, playing "For they
are jolly good fellows.'' As tho train
moved off Golden responded wilh three
henrtv cheers for the departing
visitors, the "tiger" called for by Mr.
McNeish being particularly hearty.
Return of Manager Whyte
Work Shops at Golden to be put
in Hand as Soon as Certain
Arrangements are Made
New Gold Commissioner
B.  (irlttlth
riders of East Kootenay lor space of
three months prior to July 9th, 1897. | firework* display.
First, $50; second,   $20 ��� Skelton's thk iiiiewoiiks DISPLAY.
Little Buck, 1; Hamilton's Brock. 2.      This reflected tho highest credit on
This ruce was run twice owing to a G.  B. McDermot,  who arranged the
false start.    II. G. Low's Stoney also display.    About 200 Chinese lanterns
laced  the  starter,   but ran   off   the]of various colors were brought into
course, making an exalting cut across
the ring.
Half mile open, in heats 2 and 3,
(First heat). First $100; second, $25
-W. H. Lee's Mand (W. McDonald),
1; Wentworth and McDonnell's Dixie
(Field), 2. Hope-Smith's Wyoni also
started. This heat wus a splendid
race between Maud and Dixie, dud was
won by a head. Time, 53 sees. Scorn! heat-Dixie. 1; Mand, 2. Dixie led
from start to finish. Time, 55J sees.
Third heat���Dixie, 1; Maud, 2. Dixie
wus thus the winner.   Time, 57 sees.
Slow race, half milt.   First, special,
requisition, and made a pretty and
effective illumination of the brow of
the hill overlooking Golden. The
letters "Wit." were distinctly set out,
wlulo round the top margin of the hill
the show of lanterns had a very fine
effect. From the steamer on the excursion the arrangement presented a
magnificent sight. Rockets Catherine
wheels, bombs, Koinau trundles, shooting stars, and a variety uf lire arrange-
meats were exhibited, and for over an
hour the people of Gulden unit the visitors were entertained at one of ihe finest
treats they have luul,  the mountain
For Euat   Knotenny ���* J
Appointed.
John Edgar Griffith, of Donald, has
lieen appointed to the second Gold
Commissioner-hip for East Kootenay,
and will have charge of the district
from Canal Flat in the south to the
far end of the Donald division in
the north. Mr. Griffiths has been in
the service of the C.P.R. for 10 years,
having been engaged in the engineering
department. He was engaged in construction work, and on the completion
oi that ho was stationed at Donald,
where he held the responsible position
of engineer for the section from Donsld
to Kamloops. In consequence of the
alterations being made in thc C.P.R.
arrangements, Mr. Griffith was about
to remove his home to Revelstoke, but
will now remain at Donald.
The appointment is a very popular
one, Mr. Griffith having a high reputation as uu engineer, as well as being
a gentleman of known integrity. The
appointment of Mr. Griffith is considered probably the best that has been
made by the Turner Government.
At a time when so much important
trail nud road-work will have to lie
done it is of the highest importance to
have an officer experienced in mountain
engine-ring, and we are glad to know
that Mr. Griffith proposes to v.sit the
different localities in question with a
view to i.s.-.-imining for himself what
is required uud the best way to givo
effect 10 it. We wish Mr. Griffith]
every succesi in Ills new office.
Craubrook to be the Divisional Point
and Hmelter Site ,111 tliu 1'i-ow'a
Neat    I-iinn    Ht.ll.-oi.'l
On Friday Mr. Whyte. General Manager of the C, P. It., passed through
Golden on his way east. He had intended stopping off nt Golden, but had
to hurry on to meet Mr. Hauey. Superintendent of Construction of the
Crow'.-- Nest Road. During his visit
west Mr. Whyte visited Nelson. Sandon and Kaslo. Ho considers Nelson
Will be an important town.
In reply to the editor of the Era
Mr. Whyte stated that the workshops
at Golden will be put in hand as soon
as certain preliminary arrangements
are completed.
As to the Crow's Nest Pass Railway. Mr. Whyte saw the Hon, Col.
Bak.-r when in the west, with the result that Cranbrook will be the divisional point. Mr. Whyte thinks it will
also be the smelter point in view of its
proximity to lhe coal lands aud general convenience.
In confirmation of the information
hitherto published we notice in the
Manitoba Free Press an account of an
interview with Mr. Whyte at, Winnipeg on his return from his western
trip, when he made the following
statement: "In respect to the removal of the shops from Donald to
Golden and Revelstoke, it had been in
contemplation for some time to enable
more expeditious.execution of repairs
and meet the changed conditions consequent on the extension of traffic over
the Calgary and Edmonton brunch
lines and south from Revelstoke imo
the Kootenay country."
For
Pore Drags
Send to      i      1      i      :
J.G.TEMPLETON,
Calgary.
CHAS.    NELSON,
New Denver.
tAgit/Mtura/ajttjOf/f.ti.'f.T/h.f * ��� ���
Shopping
BY Letter
THE first thing wise people think of
wlien ordering good* by mail ia
the capacity for business of those
they write to. The reputa'ion .ve
enjoy for promptness makes our Midi
Order trade forgo ahead ut 11 gratifying rate.
-OUR  SPECIALTIES-
Cigars Men's Furnishings
Groceries       Dry Goods
Liquors Boots and Shoes
Crockery        Tailoring
Dressmaking
Requests lor price lists and asm pies
receive prompt attoutiou.
Hudson's Bay Stores
CAMJABY.
- - YOU CAN - -
BUY CHEAP FOR CASH!
one case brandy by Loscrau do Foye ft reechoing the cannonade from |��'uk iu
Fils, France, $15; second, speciiil. one
case assorted liquors hy Mack wood
Bros., Winniieg, vulue $7..*<0; third,
special, pair boots by Kilgour, Itlgslu,
A Co., Winnipeg, value $fi. ��� C.
Smith's Little Jack, 1; M. Blake's
Bay Billy, 9. This race was the most
entertaining event ot the day, creating
great lun.
C. P. R. employees' race, 100-yard
dash. First, special, barrel of beer by
Calgary Brewing A Matting Co., value
peak ol their snow-clad summits. Mr
McDermot wns assisted in lhe fire-
Works display by J. S. McKenzie, R,
Hughes, and J. Lamontaigne. .1.
Todd and C. Hatoh attended to the
dynamite part ol the exhibition. One
anil all were load in their praises ot
the way in whioh Mr. McDermot
carried out the display ol fireworks.
The exhibition even inspired thcC. P. It.
locomotive drivers, who joined with the
driver ot the Golden Lumbei Co.'s
Men's
Boots & Shoes
Hats & Caps
Clothing:
Ladies'
Furnishings
Blouses
Straw Hats
Dress Goods
Shoes
Large Stock and Must be Reduced.
Prospectors and Miners Supplies Always in Stock.
C. A. WARREN THE tiOLDEX EUA, FRIDAY, JULY 16,  1897.
-H
t,
General
Merchant,
- golden -
Bargains
In Every
Department
f Dry Goods.
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery and
Glassware,
Fancy Goods,
Drugs,
Stoves and
Tinware,
Flour and Feed,
Groceries.
Mining Supplies
A special feature of
our business.
We Guarantee
The safe carriage of
Goods put up by us to
any part of the mountains. We employ an
old, experienced pucker,
whose duty it is to personally inspect every)
package put up for pack
trains before leaving
the premises.
To AdvortlMr. and Subscribers.
The (JOl.DEN ERA .�� nnblished every
Friday evening. It, ia Ihe beat advertising
medium in the Eust Kootenay distriot.
Subscription Rates : $2.00 per annum IM
ADVANOH.
Alterations and changes of standing advertisements must be in the office not later than
noon on Wednesday to ensure insertion, but
.-jibiihI advertisements will be received up till
noon on Friday,
While all reasonable care will be taken, the
proprietors will not be responsible tbr any
omission or error in any advertisement
All accounts to be paid u, the Managing
Director, or his authorised agent, from whom
the company's receipt will lie obtained.
Advertising rates: Display ads., $I.M) per
column inch; Leg I ads., 10 cents per line
for first insertion, I) coats for each additional
naertinn; Heading notices, 12 cents per lino
each issue.
All business communications should be addressed to the Managing Director, and all
literary communications, letters lor publication nr news items should be addressed to the
Editor
Correspondence is invited on matters of
public interest, but to secure publication
such letters must be brief. In the clue of
anonymous letters the name and address of
the writer mint be enclosed, not for publication, but for the private information of the
editor and as a guarantee of good faith.
The Go.dea Era ConiM-** Limited Liability.
Office, Golden, B. C.
Pt"he tHolbett Hit a
(Edited by E. A. Haoorn.)
FRIDAY, JULY   10,  1S97.
UNJUST TAXATION.
One of the most iniquitous things
in Britiah Columbia is the manner in
which speculators hold their land free
of taxation. As goon as a bona fide
occupant bays a lot he finds that he is
taxed at a valuation ten or twenty
times greater than that of the original
townsite owner from whom he bought
the property. Indeed, some of these
township owners reckon thty shonld
be allowed to fleece the pnolic without
paying any taxation at all. So it was
that, when the incorporation question
cropped up at Revelstoke, the owners
and employees of the townsite joined
with the cliart-rinougers in opposing I Oolden as a field for investment
original road, and will not be used,
whereas all that was required was
simply the Improvement of the worst
places on that raod. How much
better wonld it bave been to have
expended that money on the McMurdo
Creek trail. If ever a piece of work
was justified and necessary that is,
for important development work is
being done there, and it is where
development work is being done that
the Government should assist it by a
liberal expenditure on trails, In the
case of MoMurdo Creek, Major Clohecy
had to take the men employed on the
Crown Point claim and put them for
two days on the trail so that supplies
conld be got in. The Crown Point
proprietors had also to put tn 160 ft.
of bridging at their own expense on
this trail. We suggest to Mr,
Griffith that, on his entering on his
position as Gold Commissioner, Spills,
machene and McMurdo Creek are
amongst the first localities thst he
should visit, and further expendituie
on the work at Spillamachene should
be stopped until he sees it. At McMurdo Creek the only method of
making a good trail is to make a
trench to drain oft the water and then
lay the track with corduroy. We
hope to see this urgently needed work
put in as soon as possible.
The information which we publish
in eur mining columns regarding the
Crown Point claim Is of great impor-
tend to the interests of this district as
a mining- centre. The development
work so far done by the syndicate
represented bv Major Clohecy is the
most v-luable that has yet been per
formed in connection- with bur mineral
resources, proving as it does the
existence of true fissure veins
immense bodies. Experience has
shown that locations of ore of this
description are on the whole the most
profitable to capitalists who Invest iu
them, and the Crown Point strike will
doubtless result in greater attention
being  paid  to  the   district   around
Ladies!
We have something for ynu
for the next two weeks.
200 Blouses at
Exactly Half Price.
Ladies' and Children's Hoots
and Shoes at ("out for
the next 30 days.
��� ��� Don't ��� ���
Hiss This Opportunity!
incorporation for the evident reason
that the taxation valuations would be
then properly adjusted, and the speculators would have to pay their share
of taxation. We consider the true
system of taxation is that now generally adapted in the Australian
Colonies, whereby hind is taxed on its
unimproved value, and the tax is
graded up to be higher the larger the
area of unimproved land.
With this system in use in British
Columbia, the townsite owners would
soon be' glad to sell their land to those
who would occupy or use it, snd the
charterinongers would begin to show
a religious spirit, and would pray to
be delivered from the burden of their
charters, while the really improving
and occupying landowners, who are
the backbone of the count-}-, would
And their burdens lessened. On the
other hand, every encouragement
would be given to permanent and improving settlers to go on with Ihe good
work of taking up land, improving
it, and adding to the wealth of the
country.
The Ottawa Journal says: "Hewitt
Bostock, M.P., left for home last evening. Although the member for Yale
and Cariboo is thu wealthiest man in
the Dominion parliament, he ie one of
the most unassuming and hardest
workers in the Commons. He hss got
the practical and political wants of
British Columbia on his finger ends,
and in his own modest way never
ceases to keep the needs of the province
before the government. He takes a
broad view of all public questions, and
is strongly opposed to that class of
politicians who can see nothing good
outside their own constituency,"
THE M-.-M.UUO TRAIL.
We draw tbe attention of the
Uoveriiiuent to the urgent necesssity
that exists for improving the trail
along MoMurdo Creek. We are informed that it is in a difgraceful
condition-almost impassible-ami a
gentleman who has been over it
informs ns that it is dangerously
unsafe for hone traffic. Indeed, It Is
cruelty to animals to bave to pat
horses over it. The Government Is
responsible for this unsatisfactory
stats ot things. As a rule, willingness
has been shown lo put in trails where
reuuiaed, but If ever ��� trail was required and justified it is in MoMurdo
Cresk. W* are assured that at present
ths public money tbat is being expended In altering ths road at Spillamachene is being wsstsd, as th* deviation
is worse for traffic purposes tbtn ths
The Ottawa Cltixen says: '-The
Nisgra Falls Street Railway Company
has been notified that it must cease to
employ Canadians or give up their
franchise. While this savage animosity is going on Americans are
allowed to work in Canada as freely as
our own oitlxens. It is time that wc
look a leaf oat of their book and gave
them precisely tha tarns treatment aa
they give us."
Owing to th* pressure ou our advertising space, we hav* already had to
make another enlargement of the Kiia,
making the second within a fortnight.
The enlargement on thit occasion consists in the lengthening of the columns,
whieh gives us au additional space of
a column and a half.
(WDM. tCIATKA.
Inceasant Pain-Termente-t-I-.-ked-I.ifu
Despaired of.
John Marshall, Verney, P. 0��� Co. of Orey,
writes tlawe strong wordai "For two yeara I
was completely laid up with sciatica. I
doctored without any permanent relief, 1
hod given up hope. A friend asw the nuticu
of a cum ef what seemed a parallel rose lo
mine, by South American uheumatic Care,
tad, knowing my littl* failh in lhe elHcaoy
of sny remedy, hs procured a bottle himself
and brought ll to to*. I took It, snd, to mske
t long story short, it saved my life. In a
day or so I wss out of bed, and in three day,
1 wss ablate walk to Durham, a distance of
tour miles, to purcbaae another bottk. lam
now entirely eared."
Sold by U. A Wsrrsn. 74
DONALD.
A Short Sketch of the Town.
The neighbouring town of Donald
is as yet essentially a railway centre.
It has a population of between 400 and
600, and is prettily situated on a
terrace overlooking the Colombia
River���an ideal townsite so far as an
area of level land, drainage and water
supply are concerned. Some pretty
residences are seen on the frontage and
railway blooks, th* home of R. A.
Kirap'on, among others, being suoh as
would grace the residential portion of
a large city, Donald Is the terminal
point of the Pacifio and Western
divisions of the C. P, R., and it also a
repeating station for the company's
telegraphic department. At Donald
are the headquarters of the Provincial
Government's offices for Esst Koot
enay. At this office the mining records
are all collected, the Gold Commissioner does his ohief business, the
voters' lists are compiled, the Supreme
and County Court hold their sittings,
ana those Interesting events of life ���
births, deaths, and marriages���are
registered here.
Mr. Barron is teaoher of the pnblio
sohool, and the trusteeship of the
school is in the hands of Messrs,
Pitts, Ncalon, and J Mack. We
have already referred to the want of
accommodation at this sohool, and the
necessity for its enlargement���a work
that the trustees should immediately
urge on the government and endeavor
to have carried out during the coming
vacation. We are informed that if
the school were enlarged there are
about sixty children of school age
who would attend it, nnd this would
in time secure the grant of an assistant teaoher, The school trustees don't
look very shy gentlemen, and we hope
they will do their duty in demanding
better accommodation for the school'
children.
Douald has two well - furnished
stores���those of Munuel A Ruttan and
Kimpton A Pitts. Messrs. Manuel A
Ruttan are the pioneer merchants of
this part of the country. They came
over the divide in 1H86, along with
the advance guard of the C. P. R.
construction, and settled in Donald,
where they have worked up a good
business. The store carried on by
Messrs. Kimpton it Pitts was started
by J. C. Steen A Co. in 1SS6. In
1890 this business was purchased by
Mr. Kimpton, who carried it on
actively until 189.1, when he was
joined by his present partner, Mr.
Pitts. This pushing firm has also a
branoh store at Windermere
Donald possesses two hotels. The
Forest House, owned and run bv Mr.
Forrest, wss established 12 years
ago, iu the earliest days of the town.
Prior to this Mr Forrest had been
running a butchery business at Golden.
As Donald grew Mr. Forrest enlarged
hia hotel, till now it consists of three
storeys, with large bar, billiard,
dining, commercial, and sample rooms
on the ground floor, and 15 bedrooms
on each ot the second and third floors,
The house is well furnished. The
other hotel ia the Nelles House. This
hotel wss taken over in March last by
McRae and Edwards, two go-ahead
yonng men from Revelstoke. They
intend enlarging and Improving the
house aa soon as possible. Tbe large
boarding-house formerly owned by
Geo. Sutherland is being run by Mr.
Dunn*.'
R. W. Patmore conducts the post
and money order offices, and a most
obliging postmaster he is. He also
runs a general store���drags, stationery,
tobacco, and fancy goodt.
Donald is th* headquarters of th*
only Mnsonio Lodge in East Kootenay
tho Mountain Lodge, No. 11. It
has about tin ineinlicrs, and the following are the officers for the current
term: J. Mather, P.M.; J. McLeod,
W.M.; W. G. Neilson, 8.W.; .1.
Stirr.it, J.W.; J.C.Pitts, m-creteiy
and treasurer; W. 8. Patmore, S.h.j
A. Trimble, J.B.; A. McLean and W.
Caldwell, stewards.
The Oddfellows have also a strong
lodge-the Selkirk, No. l,*..i>. This
lodge has a membership ol 75. The
Oddfellows have a fin* hall, which is
well arranged for meeting* and entertainments, and is at the present, time
sub-let to Mr. Forrest.
Donald possesses a tennis club, gun
oluli, football, and swimming clubs;
also a branch of the Liberal Association, of which Mr. Pitt* is president
���nd Mr. Forrest vice-president.
Th* C. P. R. has laid down several
mile* ol tracks, tnd bat a commodious
railway tlation. witb refreshment
rooms, telegraph office, lc*-house,
���tores, workshops, Ae. A fin* supply
of water It ltid on from t spring t
a_
mile and a quarter distant, and the
water 1* distribnted about ths station
and premises by pipes. The railway
station is in ohsrge of Thos. Clark,
while R. W. Davies ha? charge of th*
telegraph business.
About five crews of railway men
ran oat and in dally, and the C. P. R.
employs her* about SOO hands in all.
with a pay-roll of $10,000 a month.
The workshops are fn charge of F. E.
Hobbs, one of the best mechanics in
the service. Mr. Hobbs has been In
oharge of these shops for nine years.
A complete plant is provided for keeping up the heavy engines employed in
the mountains, and, with the skilled
labor employed, an engine can be taken
to pieces, thoroughly overhauled and
repaired, and turned out ready again
for work as well as at the gnat engine
shops at Montreal. 48 men an at
present employed in these shops, whioh
also does the work for the engines,
rolling stock, and steamships employed
in West Kootenay. The work done at
the Donald shops, has doubled within
the psst few yean.
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How Insidiously it Wages, bnt how Quick
the Surrender, and how the Flag of
Truce Is Hurriedly Hoisted when that
Great General, South American Kidney
Care, Turns his Guns on the Disease.
This ia what James Sullivan, of Chatham,
Ont., writes:  "For years I was a great
sufferer from kidney trouble.  The disease
became so acute that I was confined to the
house, and was greatly inflicted with insomnia.   I was persuaded, after using many
other remedies without relief, to procure a
bottle of South American Kidney Cure.   I
had relief almost from the first dose.   I have
persisted in its use, and, after using six
bottles, I am well and strong again.   I can
work fourteen hours out of twenty-four and
feel very little, if any, fatigue.  It ia the
best medicine I have ever used."
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I have been a great sufferer from indi
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saw South Amoricsn Nervine advertised,
and concluded to give ir a trial, and I must
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Ibe first few doses. I have only used two
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new man of nie. I strongly recommend it to
fellow-sufferers." C. Pesrcs, Dry Goods
Merchant, Forest, Ont.
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lst���By buying for spot cub tnd
getting all tbt advantage*.
Snd���By telling for tpot sash and
voiding all bad debts.
8rd-By doing my own cutting and
saving $100 per month.
4th���By saving heavy travelling
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In patronising me you support th*
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and expect the
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Extracting i.u., Lid, Glasgow Ityanld*
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Cures general or special d*UUtv, wakeful-
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paresis, etc. Cornels functional ditordsn,
cuiaed by errors or sxooam, quickly restoring Lost Mankind ia old or.young, giving
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THI _-* D TITLM.
: Latter From Mr. Bostock.
Mr. Bostook, M.P., writes from
Kamloops: "If tb* people at Golden
' and tbe neighbourhood wbo an in the
railway belt want to get title* to their
i land, and can prove up on it allright,
th*y hav* obly to apply to th* agent
hen at Kamloops. There Is, I find, a
portion of th* government townsite,
along the west side of the Kicking*
horse, about whioh than is some
uncertainty. Thit will require to be
looked into."
Meters. Hull Bros, inform at they
wen the first to build on the portion
���f the townsite referred to, and they
did to under permission from th* Dominion Government. In that oat*
tb*n can bt no further ground for
Government refusing the titles to th*
lot* In question, and we know Mr.
Bostock will help those interested to
tb* utmost in getting their title* recognised and put right
Wla.ormore.
{From Our Own Csrrespe-laatl
> The weather daring th* pas'* month
bas been highly propitious to the
raactnr. Our Irrigation ditches have
bae* almost entirely Idle this season,
and probably th* Columbia Valley has
never shown mon promising orop*
than a* at present. On* orop especially
has been pronounced A.l. by every
traveller np or down tb* road: I
hardly n**d mention that I refer to
Mrs. MoKay'e strawberries.
I regret to announce the death last
month of Mn. Timbasquet. The deceased lady was probably by far tha
oldest person on tb* Upper Columbia.
Great sorrow wa* felt by the Indian*
at tk* loss of on* who wa* th* ancestress ot the majority ol them.
Put To The Test.
The Most Convincing and Absolute Proof Given.
That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Care
When Other Medicine. Fall. What
They Hav* Don* fer Others They
Will Do far Ton.
n!iH9nanananr-n_r.-iK-irir"ifiaB
��� J-UtiJUd���__IJ_Jtf���IB-k^-9123���9
Why   Oham-wrlata-s  Colic.
Cholera, aad Diarrhoea Bom*
ed> ts tho Best.
1. Because it affords almost instant
-relief In cat* of pain in th* stomach,
colic and cholera morbus.
S. Because It I* tha only remedy
that never fails in th* most severe
case* of dysentery and diarrhoea.
5. Because it it tha only remedy
tbat will cun chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because it fe the only remedy
that will prevent billon* colic.
6. Become It fe th* only remedy
thu wilt eon epidemical dysentery.
t. Because it ta tha only remedy
that can always bs depended upon in
eats* of cholera infantum.
7. Because it ta tha most prompt
-and most tellable medicine in use for
bowel complaints.
8. Because it produce* no bad re-
���alt*.
9. Because It to pleasant and safe
to tab*.
10. Beeaues it bit saved th* live*
ol mon people than any other medicine
In th* world.
For tale by all druggist* - Langley
A Co., wholesale agents, Victoria and
Vancouver. T.A7
A M*4*l Warden.
T. Pratt'* garden at Golden has a
reputation all along tha railway Una
lor th* excellent manner ia which It I*
kept, and th* wonderfully fin* crops of
vegetables raited on It from year to
year. We hav* not seen a better crop
-of potatoes ia British Columbia thau
that whieh Mr. Pratt haa raised this
5*ar. H* had pets la bloom on May
lilth. Bettor crops of radishes, beets,
onions, Isttuoe*. and eaalilowar*
oould aot bt grow* any what*. In
���euw varieties he hat already had as
many as three crop* ol r*g*labl*�� off
the same pise* of land thi* season.
Tiie secrete ol success with this garden
an fouod In liberal manuring and ths
excellent manner la which Mr. Pratt
work* hi* land. And h* deserves great
credit for th* way in which he has
eonvirted a d*s*rt into a garden of
which he may juttly bt proud. But
it It aot only tt a gardener that Mr.
Pratt ht* shown bis prowresa, for he
hold* th* m*dil presented, by the
4}<i*tn and Khedive for his services in
th* Egyptian war of 1884, whan he
served at oh* of th* Manitoba contingent of boatmen, under Col. Ksnuedy.
     A'     '
"Last summer ont of onr grand*
children was sic. with a seven bowel
troubfe," says Mn. E. G. Gregory, of
Prederickstown, Me. "Onr dociort
nmed'ts tsd falfed; than w* triad
Chtmbwtaia't Collo, Cholera, and
DiarrbOM Umoty, whtoh �������* nty
aaaaiy i-dtal." Por ta to bj-all drug-
gpta��� iMfftar * Co-, whotettlt
���Welt, Victoria and Vanoonvtr. 78A7
Bt loyal to yonr dittrlotl Subtcrlbe
to and advertlts In tbt Owrat Bra.
No nmedy of modern times has
offered mora or stronger proof of its
sterling merit than has Dr.- Williams'
Pink Pills, The cures are not those
of people in foreign lands, but from all
parti of our own oountry, and the
statements mad* are easily verified by
everyone in the vioinity In which the
cures reported occur. When such
proof as this Is offered doubt must
cease, and the medioine must be
awarded the palm of superiority over
all others. Every mail brings letters
from grateful people In all parts of
Canada who have been cured by the
us* of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, sometimes after years of Illness and after
other medicines had failed, and it is
th* words of gratitude spoken by
sufferers thus restored to health that
has created the enormous demand this
medioine ha*. Th* following letter is
but a fair sample of hundreds constantly being received:���
Tht Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.
Dbak Sirs,���I have great pleasure
in bearing testimony to the medicinal
value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, as a
Wood purifier and health restorer. For
ten years I was a victim to a complication of troubles, beginning witb
qninsey and followed by rheumatism
and bronchitis. My physicians told
me th* trouble had become chronic,
and that every winter I would either
hav* to house myself up or go to a
warmer climate. Two yean ago I was
confined to my bed and room from
February until May, under thi doctor's
care. One day while reading of the
cure* wrought by the use. of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills, I determined to
try Ihem, and I found a cure at last In
this splendid medicine. I used a dosen
boxes of tlie pills, and I have never
been bettor in my life than I am now,
and I have not been tronbled in any
Way with my old complaints since I
discontinued the use of the Pink Pills.
As I hav�� already stated, I was a
sufferer for years, and during lhat
period spent a small fortune in doctor's
medioine and drugs, only to find in
the end that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
accomplished what all otlier medicines
failed to do. When my friends who
know how often I was laid aside with
illness asked me what cured me I am
always happy to say Dr. Williams'
Piuk Pills."
Yours gratefully,
Mrs. J. A. McKliti,
Cataraqul.
Mr. and Mrs. McKim are among the
best known and most esteemed -residents ot Cataraqul, Out. Mr. McKim
has been a travelling salesman for
pianos and organs in the district in
which he resides for upwards of
twenty-five yean.
What stronger priof than the above
sen be had for the claim that Dr. Wil-
lisms' Piuk Pills cure when all other
medicines fail? If you an ailing give
this great medicine a fair trial and the
result wil| not, disappoint you. Th*
public are cautioned aga.nst numerou*
pink-colored imitations. Insist upon
taking nothing but the packages whioh
bur th* full trade mark, "Dr. William*' Pink Pill* for Pale People." 72
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help to advance the Interests of the
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You may hunt the world over and
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equal to Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedv for bowel complaint*. It is pleasant, safe, and
reliable. For sals by all druggists-
Langley A Co., wholesale agents,
Viotoria and Vancouver. 7IIA7
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Add rem all express care ol U. C. CVy��� Golden.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
An auent is advertised for by the
Dominion Specialty Uo.
Mr. Pratt has presented tho hospital
wilh a supply ol vegetables.
Snnday was a very hot duy in
���Golden, the thermometer registering
98 degrees.
J. Connor had two horses killed by
sn engine on the C.P.R. track in the
canyon last week.
H. G. Parson reports his clearing
sale of dry goods and boots and shoes
to he a great success.
J. C. Birch, of Calgary, intends
alerting hnainess as saddler and harness maker at Golden.
J. Gibson has shown us a fine
sample of new potatoos grown by him.
He has also a splendid crop of vegetables.
The Hon. F. -ascelles, of Thunder
Hill, hns sent Mr. Warren his cheek
for $10 as a contribution to the Golden
sports.
J. H Mitchell Innes is at Banff.
W. G. Mitchell-Innes sailed irom
England on June lilth, and will be in
Golden shortly.
Miss Wright, who has been staying
with Mrs. W. Neilson, of Beaver, as
governess, returned Inst Monday to
her home in Vancouver.
G Mead had the hotel booth nt the
reports, and H. Starforth the refreshment booth. F. Fields and H. Ik-
Derm.it conducted the pools.
Mr. Shakespeare, postmaster, ol
Victoria, went to Fort Steele by tlie
Duchess last evening for the purpose
of opening a money order oliiee tliere.
The daughter of Mr. G. Hobbs, of
Donald, returned last Saturday from
the east, having spent the last year iu
the Collegiate Iustitute of Brantford,
Ont.
Mr. Brndin, the anlo manager of the
Calgary Herald, was a visitor to
Golden on the occasion of tlie sports,
and assured us that ho enjoyed the
trip immensely.
There is every probability of one of
the best blinking institutions of
���Canada opening iu Golden very
shortly, but wc nre not as yet at
-liberty to state particulars.
Miss Ruth ('hidings, lhe young lady
who wns struck by an engine last
���week at Glacier station, is improving
quite favorably under the able mining, -
ment of Dr. Proctor of Donald.
A special service of song will be held
in the Presbyterian church, Dnnalil,
next Sabbath (July 18r.li). at 7il0p.m,
The chief feature will be music by the
choir. A hearty invitation is extended
to all.
A meeting of tho Opposition party
in the Provincial legislature has heen
held ut Vancouver, Mr. Semlin pre*
tiding, A manifesto will he issued,
and a conference of delegates ol the
jiarty will be held.
T. Pratt yesterday received news ol
���the death of his son-in-law, W, H.
Anderson, at Brandon. Deceased was
well-known on the C.P.R., having
boon driver of one of the Mogul engines
on the mountain section last year.
Mr. Griffith will enter on bis duties
as Gold Commissioner in the course of
a fortnight, Mr. Armstrong left on
Monday for Fort Steele, which will be
his future headquarters, and will
shortly move his family thither. Ho
has arranged to let his house to C. H.
: Parson.
Mr. Armstrontt, 8.M., had a busy
tlm* on Saturday morning, when three
offenders were brought before him as
the result of their jubilee. J.i 0. Me,*
Grade, of Pallirer. waa charged with
assaulting F. C. Lang in the discharge
of his duties ss oonstable, and was
���ant to gaol for four months with
hard labor. E. S. Mowry, for oauslng
a disturbance in the streets, was fined
$10 and costs, or 30 day* Imprisonment. J. Toner, for hefng drunk, was
.discharged on payment of costs, 11.
Rev. G. E. Smith will hold divine
service in the Methodist church on
Sunday evening, at 7.U0.
Tlie Rev. G. H. Osborne is on a
visit to Golden in connection with an
interesting event that is to take place,
Then is a good outlook for the
rancher this season. At Calgary
cattle show an average rise ol to per
head.
On Sunday next the Presbyterian
services will be conducted by Mr.
Harcourt as follows:���Golden, 11 a.m.;
Field, 8 p.m.
At the Golden sports on Friday a
Calgary jockey while exercising one ol
ihe horses was throwu and rendered
unconscious for a time.
On Sunday (July 18th), being the
third Sunday of the month, the Rev
I'lither Peytavin will celebrate mass at
10.30 a.m., at the Catholic church,
Oolden.
We have received from M. W.
Blake a letter referring to the case
heard before Mr. Armstrong, S.M.,
this week. The letter is unavoidably
held over till next issue,
J. McMillan, watchmaker and
jeweller, has moved into his new
premises opposite the post-office, and
is now prepared to deliver all work
entrusted to him promptly.
The Revelstoke Herald is enlarged,
nnd now consists of four pages of
seven columns each. Our contemporary is conducted in an enterprising
manner which deserves success.
More floods have been again experienced on the Calgary Mile of the
range, tho offender on this occasion
being Sheep Creek, which swept away
a large portion of the McLeod railway
ROUND ABOUT THE MINES
Preparations to fill the Mountain
Creek railroad biidge by hydraulio
washing are progressing favorably.
The flume is about completed, and it
is expected that the water will lie
turned on in about two weeks.
Iu our advertising columns appears
the announcement of "the Slater shoe."
made by Messrs. Slater & Sjns, of
Montreal. These celebrated shoes take
first rank in the Canadian market,
H. G. Parson is sole agent for Golden.
We publish in this issue the advertisement of the Keating bicycle, a
wheel that has a very high reputation
The manufacturers ulso invite applications for the agency for East Kootenay. They claim to manufacture the
highest grade bicycle in the world.
The C.P.R. evidently iutend starting
work at the Elk River end of the
Crow's Nest Pass Railway, as they
have been in communication with
Capt. Armstrong as to the Navigation
Co.'s terms for transferring men in
gangs of from 20 to AO from Golden to
the scene of the work.
The Goldon Lumber Co. did a smart
piece of work this week. On Tuesday
evening they received a telegram to
despatch 5,000 ties for the Crow's
Nest road. The whole of the order
was tilled next dny, 21 cars having
been loaded and delivered at the railway siding hy Wednesday evening.
Messrs. Thomson Bros,, of Calgarv,
whose advertisement appears in
another column, curry a very complete line of books, stationery, wallpaper, and fancy goods. They make
a specialty of mail order business, and
can be fully relied upon to attend to
all mail orders promptly, and to send
you just what you wart, and nothing
else.
The C.P R. has called tenders for
the construction of 100 miles of the
Crow's Nest road west of Lethbridge,
the contract being let in two sections.
Tenders for the first fifty miles were to
he in by July 12th, and for the second
section by the lilth. The headquarters
of construction for the present will be
at McLeod, and the work will be in
charge of Mr. Hiincy.
 ���o.	
Fort Stoele News.
A correspondent writes: We are
moving more steadily at Fort Steele.
In the month of Mcy there was a big
rush and a boom in town. The loss of
the two steamers checked the rush,
and arrested the boom, or else we
might havevhad an unhealthy state of
matters. The boom might have be*
come an intlatinn and burst through
over-expansion,and lots of disappointed
peeple would have gone out banning
the country. The country is all-
right, but we want development badly.
We have many good prospects, and
some bad ones also, Then has been a
recklessness shown iu staking out
some claims whioh an worthless.
Fort .Steele bss now a population of
over 1,000. beside* a large floating
population of somewhere about another
thousand. Next year will, however,
aetermina whither it will be a big
town. It will always be a business
place. There are now eight hotels,
and the same number of store*.
The assay obtained by R, Patmore,
of ore from the claim located by C
Baines on the Bluewater, ran *65 to
the ton.
Mr. Bangs, attorney for H. E. Foster, is at Sicamous and will arrive in
Golden in a day or two, when he will go
on to Fort Steele on business in connection with the Nip and Tuck claim
and other properties in which his
client is interested.
Sam. Johnson left this week with
some men and supplies to do development work on the Edinburgh group,
at Beaver, owned by Mitchell-Innes
Bros. Mr. Johnson will also take out
a party to work on the same firm's
claims at Prairie Mountain.
On Tuesday morning Major Walker
and Mr. McCarthy, the well known
solicitor of Calgary, arrived at Silver
City for the purpose of inspecting a
large body ol galena that bog been
struck on their property there. They
are also pushing on development work
on some oopper claims which they
hold in tbat locality.
C. H. Palmer, the prospector who
recently came over the divide Irom
West Kootenay, and has been off in
the Bluewater country, came into town
last week for supplies. He experienced
very severe weather in the'mountains.
He reports being very pleased with the
prospects of the country, especially at
the Clearwater, where he found free-
milling ore showing a good prospect
on crushing and panning. He returned this week.
Messrs. Kinnisten and W. H. Leee,
directors of the Bald Mountain Co.,
left this week with E. Kenny, of
Golden, for the purpose of visiting the
company's properties at Bald Mountain. The company propose to continue the tunnel which they were
working on last year, as owing to the
strike just made on the adjoining
claim they think they ought to strike
the ledge in about 100 feet. Now that
the bond on this claim has been
allowed to lapse, the company intend
to spend a good bit of money on development work, E. Kenny will be in
charge of operations, and arranged to
start this week.
GROWN POIUT MINE���IMPORTANT
HTH1KB.
The most important minin-; intelligence tbat we have had the pleasure
of publishing for some time is the fact
that the lode has been struck in the
Crown Point. Major Clohecy, who
has been ou the ground for some time
and under whose supervision the work
of development has been so successfully carried on, is naturally much
pleased with the result so far. The
leud was struck on June 18th ut a point
80 feet from the mouth of the tunnel,
and at about the same' distance vertically from the surface. After striking
it, the drive was carried aloig the
ledge for a distance of 28 feet, making
a total length el tunnel of 106 feet.
Major Clohecy then concluded to
ascertain how wide the ledge was. As
they had been following it up on the
hanging wall, a cut was mado across
to the loot-wall, when tho lead was
found to be 2il feet in thickness.
The lead is a clean, well-defined
fissure vein, with a clay gouge to
either wall. This is considered a very
favorable indication in snv miue.
After reaching the foot-wall the drive
was extended for another six feet,
making 112 feet iu all. The hill
pitches at an angle of 45 degrees, so
that it gives a foot vertically for every
foot they drive on the tunnel, so that
the strike is also about 112 feet from
tbe surface.
The vein through its entire width is
very heavily mineralised-in fact it is
a large body of concentrating ore with
seams of very elean, high-grade ore
running through It. Wheu Major
Clohecy left on the 8th the men worn
taking out a very much higher grade
of ore than they had previously encountered. This ore would run 40 to
50 per cent of lead. .
- The Major brought down with him
samples for assay. The or* has nil
ths characteristics, and is almost
ldentioal with, that fouud on the
surface.
This strike ts important in that it
establishes th* continuity of tha veins
in this part of th* oountry, where the
history of mining hat hitherto been
somewhat unfortunatt from want of
experience. The finding of this vein
so strong snd well-defined, and at a
depth nl 112 feet from th* surface also
shows that these veins run deep and
oarry value with them, and in this
respect the dlaeovery is important to
th* distriot as a whole equally with
th* interest of the individual owner*.
Ir|sar)ity
lr| Summer
Brought on by Nervous and
Mental Troubles
Palne'a Celery Compound the Great
Tower of bafety
Nervous diseases when aggravated
by mental disturbances produce more
cases of insanity in the hot weather
than at any other season of the year,
Nervous headache, nervous dyspepsia, sleeplessness, and ohronlo constipation induce depression of spirits,
extreme weakness, morbid fears,
despondency and langor; from these
dread insanity comes slowly aud
surely.
Nervous sufferers have a dread of
hot weather. Finding themselves
deeper in the pit of misery than they
were in the spring and early summer,
they are in utter despair. Thousands
whose cases have not been met by
treatment they are now nnder are
loudly calling for help.
There is hope and rescue for you,
reader, if you are one of the sufferers,
You are in need of Paine's Celery
Compound���that great builder of the
nervous system. Its vitalising action
commences with the first bottle you
use. You soon begin to realize that
you are daily drinking .health. The
volume of blood immediately increases
In the arteries, and the body is fully
fed and nourished. Your appetite
becomes keen and natural, the tired
nerves and brain are strengthened,
and you feel impulses of health that
cheer the soul.
The power of Paine's Celerv Compound over nervous summer diseases
is admitted by tens of thousands who
have used the marvellous medicine
This remarkable remedy will most
assuredly meet your case and give you
a new life; it will lay the foundation
for future happiness and long years.
Weak, wretched, and infirm reader we
counsel you to make nse of this life-
restorer at once, and enjoy' the true
blessings of health. TO
o ���
Boat Passengers
The following is a list, of the passengers of the Steamer Duchess:
July 9th, up-W. Z. Eurer, G,
Grant, F. White, D. Ross, G. R. Bell,
W. Matthews, and S. Brown; G.
Hoffaer, to Spillamachene; John and
Jas. Lambert, Windermere to Canal
Flat. ,
July llth, down-Thos. Stewart;
W. Morgan, Carbonate to Golden.
July l'ith, up-H. Muiria, M. Spencer, J. W. Sus8iii6.il, A. Walsh, J. Ripstein, and J. F. Armstrong, to Steele;
N. Patterson and J. H. McNeil, Golden
to Canal Flat; L. G. Couture, Golden to
Windermere; W. G. Magllirs and J.
Meroier, Golden to Spill.machene;
C. Hatch. Golden to Carbonate.
July Uth. down���D. G. Brown and
son, J, Culloin, P. Wutlelet, and Ah
Wong.
����� ���
AT   LAST
A Remedy has been Discovered
that will Positively Cure
The Only Perfect Dyeatu-a In the
World.
The scientific preparation of dye-
stuffs, and putting Ihem up in proper
shape for family dyeing, has been
brought to perfection by Wells A
Richardson Co., who ar* tba proprietors of the celebrated Diamond Dyes.
These popular dyes have banished
from the homes of Canada madder,
fustic, logwood, cochineal, and all
other antiquated dyestuffs. The work
of home dyeing is now done quiokly
and successfully by Diamond Dyes;
the process is one that would astonish
our grand-parents.
Today millions all over the world
use the scientific Diamond Dyes in
preference to -all others. Diamond
Dyes commend themselves to all who
use them, because they are the strongest, brightest, and fattest, and the
easiest to work with.
Diamond Dyes, like all other perfect
and popular preparations, are largely
Imitated in style of package and the
way they are put up. These imitations
are worthless and adulterated dyes,
ruinous to all kinds of goods, and
dangerous to handle. Great caution!*
advised when buying dyes for home
use. Ask only for tbe "Diamond"*
see that the name is on every paeket.
70
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QUEEN'S' HOTEL.
Headquarters for Commercial men.
Two Commodious Sample Rooms.
Baggage transferred free.
Hot and Cold Baths,
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Rates $2.00 Per Day.
TRAVELLERS
DO-T FORGET
3! Columbia House
Home Comforts.       . ���* ..,..;.
Modern Conveniences.
Be*t Cuisine in the West.    .
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Headquarters for Mining Men.
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
UXm. J/leJieisha * Prop.
Wanted
A First Clsis Msn, sicluaive control of unoccupied territory, to introduce quick Milling
Jubilee and othor article*.   Address
79
Dominion Kpeclr.llty L'o,,
HI Meiiud* St., Toronto, Ont
CATARRH
"JAPANESE  CATARRH   CURE"
A Never Falling Remedy
A well known Vanoonverite permanently oured of catarrh. Japanese
Catarrh Cure cures. Mr. Jno. Crow,
421 Keefer street, Vancouver, writes:
Japanese Catarrh Cure has completely
cured me of a case of catarrh of 18
years standing. I have tried all the
other remedies, but tha result was
only temporary relief. It is now three
vears since I used Japanese Catarrh
Cure, and since that time my catarrh
has not troubled me In the least. It is
truly a wonderful remedy, the first application relieved. My wife also uses
it for severe headaches and in every
case it give* almost instant relief.
Price 60 cents, six tor 12.50. Sold by
all druggists or mailed on receipt of
price. Address W. A, Griffiths A Co.,
Wholesale Druggists. Vancouver, B.C.
Six boxes guaranteed or money refunded. 67,o2
Neilson Furniture Co.,
��� ���CALGARY
Parlor, Dining Room, Bed Room, Office
and General Furnishing.
Special Inducements for
One Month Only-.���
10 per cent Discount on Orders Under 120.;
10 per cent Discount and Freight Paid on Order*
Over $20.
"Aristocrat"���
The shape for slender feet and sty-n-h^
dress.     Straight tided American
type, with high, stiff, moderately
full, box toe. A man-of-fashion shoe.
i   Laced���Buttoned���Congress���Oxford.
I Seal Brown, Carmine or Wine Color,
fe 5 to ii.     Widths A. to E.     Goodyear Welt
II to-io, (4-5��> $S-$��.   Stamped on sole.
' eaT.io.ut'
rati"
Black, Tan,
Half sites
"The Slater Shoe.'
H. G. Parson, Sole Golden Agent.     75
Golden Sash & Door Factory & Machine Shop.
. llanulacturcr* ot Soah, Doors, MmiMinga. Turned ami Sawn Balusters,
Newel Posts, Hand Rails and Brackets.   All sines of glass In stock.
The Machine and Rlaeksiiiilh Shop are prepared to do all kind of repair
as soon as possible.   111 sizes of I'i |w Fitting anil Brass goods on hand.
Wagon repair, Poles, Shafts, Axles, Spokes and Felloes. Hickory and
MaplePlank HOUSTON    &     CO.
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QET RICH QUICKLY
A fortune H an hmir ran be imi-1* by
inventing something new.' Send stump
fur mir beautifm "Book of Patents,'
"Prl-.es on Paten' i." ond "What lrofit-
able ti Invent." M ���> '-"'���N * MARION,
I'empl* Bnildlrir. Montreal, Can. The
only firm of lira';..at. Civil l-ngineeinl
-.he Dominion, tim sr-'ir * p.tent bus-
ines* exclusively. Fees Modcrata. Mo
patent, no pay.

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