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)L. V.   NO. 45
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 189G.
$2 Per Year
NEW :
lats, Caps,  Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
xoing:. Cheap !   .      .
't Miss Thcmi!
Dory
��e
Bargain Counter for One Week, commencing on Monday 13th inst.
Mattrasses, Spring & Iron Beds.
:has. a. warren.
Watch, Clock & Jewlery
Repairing
in the best style of the trade with the
least possible delay. Kail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
jonsr MeniLLAsr,
Watch-Baker Md Jeweller,
fi olden, B.C.
HUDSON'S
BAY GO.
(INCOBl'ORATID 1670.)
"A Drop
"In the Bucket"
doesn't amount to much,
but a drop in prices
amounts to a whole lot
to most people. That's
what has happened in
the Grocery pepartment
of the Big Store on Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason, why
you shouldn't, get the
benefit so drop us a card
and get more valuable
information on the subject.
The Neilson Furniture Co
(Limited)
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalogues and Price
Lists to any person sending tliein
their address.
The   Neilson   Furniture
Calgary, Alberta.
Co.,
the  stink-pot of
ment,"
Sir  John's govern*
OUU TOWN.
Golden, on tho main line of tbe Canadian
I'acilic l.ailnay. lit its connection with the
steamboat navigation of the Columbia river;
tbe mineral antl commercial centre of Eastern
llritish Columbia: headquarters of Uu Oolden Smelting works, the Upper Columbia
Navigation Co., anil lumber industry; the
outlet for the widely known and far
famed agricultural and grassing land of the
Coluinliia A Kootonay Valleys; unrivalled
fur scenery of all-kinds; tlie distributing
point for tue richest mineral country on the
continent.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES.
CALGARY, ALTA.
_BL __&      atffe
#  #  #
Itr IIP in*
IARGAINS   GALORE I
GILMOUR'S
Rheumatic Wafers
GUARANTEED TO CURE
Rheumatisn,
Neuralgia,   ���
Sciatica,
Inflamatlon of
Lung_,Lagrippe and all Fevers
f. ��. TEMPLETCX'S
Calgnry.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Mrs.   Dainard  has  left   for a few
weeks' visit to Spokane.
Mr.  J. S. Clute, Inspector of Customs, passed through on Thursday.
George Sutherland of Donald, an
old timer iu this country, died at Donald on Thursday of typhoid fever.
Mr. H. D, Hume,now thinking himself free is trying to master the wheel.
���'If you want to break your neck buy
a bicycle.'' I believe he has just taken
out an accident policy.
Mr. Geo. De Wolff, who some time
back reported on the Monarch mine
near Field, has now commenced work
again on the property. The former
manager, Mr. McMillan, is again in
charge.
rice is
Having completed Stock Taking, we
find that we have several lines on hand
which we desire to clear out during the
next two months to make room for Our New
Goods; and in order to do this, intend offering
specially attractive bargains to which your
attention is l-equested.
In Dry Goods, Millinery, Mantles, Capes,
Blouses, Gents Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, Furniture,
Etc- Etc., Etc. substantial reductions will be
made.   Do not forget to give us a call.
Surplus Stock Must Go.
H. G. PARSON,
LEXANDEE**     BLOCK.
*���,'������ �� ��� ���   ���$**���������.��  #
Pacific Hy.
Direct all rail route to
MONTREAL
TORONTO
NEW YORK
and all Eastern Points,
Or via
LAKE ROUTE FROM
FORT WILLIAM.
Steamers sail every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Passengers for Old Country go direct
from train to Ocean steamer. Baggage
checked on board.
TO THE
Kootenay
Mining
Country
WITHOUT CHANGE IN TWO DAYS
Scenic Route to the Paciflc Coast.
TO
CHINAfcJAPAN from Vancouver
Empress of China May 11.
Empress ol Iydia June 1.
TO
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
NEW ZEALAND,
* AUSTRALIA:
Werrlmoo Mar 80.
Mlowera Juue 30.
Apply tor descriptive   pamphlets,
guide booke, (to., to
BOBT. KERB,
Traffio Manager,
Or to Winnipeg.
C. E. WELL*
Agent? fcolden.
Mr. McNamara, the States expert,
left here to visit some properties on
Vermont Creek and that vicinity, but
owing to the lateness of the season the
snow was not sufiicientty gone to
allow him to examine them.
Hear what comfortable words St.
James Gazette, (London, Eng.) utters:
"The existence of an organized system
of corruption among public officials in
Canada has been conclusively proved,
and like everything else on the American continent the bribery has been
colossal" Funds are short however
this timo.
Tub Goldbn Eka evidently gives
Capt. Armstrong a pain ���poor fellow
we feel sorry lor hiin. He feels so
mnoh hurt at the honestly expressed
views of '111-Era in regard to political affairs that he lias discontinued
his advertisement and cancelled his
subscription to the paper. We sincerely hope he feels better after this
herioo effort of cutting himself free
from anything which savours of true
Liberalism, if not we would advise
him to take a dose of Railway's Heady
Belief it is highly recommended for
all internal complaints.
Hear again what the Graphic says:
"The secret of Sir John Macdonald's
electoral victories is out. On this side
of the water surprise has often been
expressed at the patience with which
our Canadian cousins submitted lo the
Those who have seen the last two
issues of tbe Nelson Tribune will ���c*>
knowledge that ic has returned to
grace. It has become an angel, but I
fear its wings are gone, I do fear iti
Let us mourn for it. Houston is gone,
so it is no longer responsible. Why
did it not notice the inconsistency of
the latter part of the Vernon letter re
Mr. Bostoek and high wages. It
complains that he does not pay hit
farm hands sufficient wages, and to
end up with he says: There are men
who would be glad to work for a reasonable wage in the Yale and Cariboo
districts. He acknowledges that they
can be got nt a reasonable wage. Is,
then, Mr. Bostock expected to pay en
unreasonable wage when they would
be glad to work ut a reasonable one.
They would have bim up for bribery
the fir-it thing you know.
Mil,   HEWITT  BOSTOCK.
As you  all  know the time for the
nomination and election of members to
represent us in the Dominion House of
Parliament is close at hand, the nomination on the 16th, election on 23rd
of June.   It should be anil I believe is
the desire of every one to do his best
in returning the  man who be thinks
is best fitted to represent us there. Mr.
Mara has served us long, has he served
us well? as a whole I mean.   If be has
then vote for him, if be has been round
many times  to enquire of yoar many
wants, and has got them for you, then
you  vote  for him again.   But if  he
has  not, oppose  his  re-election like
men and give your support to a more-
enterprising man���Mr. Hewitt Bostock
Those who have followed tbe course of
Mr. Bostock  since he began his cam.
paign in  this constituency more than,
a  year  ago  will have had one thing,
strongly impressed on them,���that is,
the uuswerving  industry with which
tbe canvass has been prosecuted.     He,
is a voung man, strong in health, and
unflagging in his tenacity of  purpose.
He has gone over the  whole of this,
immense constiteuncy, to some widely
separated  parts  of  It several times,,
and he has  been   assiduous in the acquisition of information on all manner
of subjects of interest and importance,
to the residents in the various sections.
He has lived in Yale only a short time,
compared with those to whom the description   "old timers" is properly applicable, yet it Is questionable whether
there is a man  in the  district to-day
who is better  known to the people or
whose knowledge is greater regarding
their varied interests.     He lias made
these subjects his  study, and the people have not been slow to recognise tho
fact.     He has sought to prepare himself so as to be of the best service possible iu the  representative capacity to
which he aspires.    This seems at present   lo  be  the  ambition  of his life.
There  are  very   few   who   have the
means coupled   with the desire to gratify  an ambition cf  that  kind, ���but
Mr liostock is one of them.   He seeks
tho honorable distinction ot being use*
ful to bis fellow   citizens,��� to devote
a mind and an energy peculiarly suitable to the  task, to  the improvement
and the bettering of  tho conditions of
life iu this   province, and thus to promote the general prosperity.   The j.eo-
pie  of  this  constituency   have now
pretty thoroughly learned Mr. Bostock
.    .        ,    .... i his aims and his aspirations, and with
Tory protectionist rule of  that prince, th_t knowl8dgt) the ,ttempti ,-,�� are
of political intriguers.    Tliere is now, | everv aay i*,*,^ -.���,-��� *,y *,*, political
alas, no  difficulty in  explaining that! opponents  to  asperse to  ridicule, to
malign, are  futile, they  dribble like
ourlous situation Sir John's government rested upin a stupendous and all
prevailing system of bribery and cor-
ruplion. Even Tammany hall smells
sweet sod clean in comparison witb
water off a duck's back. The truth is
the people have come to believe in Mr.
Bostock. Therein lies all the success
he is achieving. Remember tbe 23rd,
the iMrd lemeuiber. iti'tt a.il**<~-it (Bra
Tlio .1 Ju 1-.". K'-.V is published every
Saturday aoruiu^ in ci.uu u catch the east
and west niall trains, nlsu the inr.il. fur the
ttPiler c.tiitry, .Via luriiibVe, Kurt Steele etc
is thu naly ailvurlisiiiic medium in tliu Kent
uuteuay district
ft ilwirri|.tii>n Kates :
AUVASl'.lrl.
H'i.lYl per -.111111111 IN'
Advertise nents ami chituiras iiiii��t be in
the ii Hcu im' Inter tli in Is a m, mi Thursday
ti insure insertion.
All cash tu Ih. p.ii '< tu the Miitiiiirer, from
trlioiu tha Un u|Miiy's receipt .vill boobtiiiiied.
Advertisement rates aimlw kiunvn on apple
catior *.o
The Gil.sn Era Pubtishinn C��pan|,
complaints. I have sold the remedy
to others und every one who uses it
speaks highly of it. J. W. Strickler,
Valley Center, Cal. Por sale by Druggists Langley & Co. W holesale Agents,
Victoria and Vancouver,
AN   EASY   VICTORY.
SATURDAY, JUNE 13, J89G.
Timlin are few countries that can
show such specimens oro as we see
almost every day brought in from East
Kootenay, and when I say this I speak
by the book, mind you. If some of
the ores that are constantly being received in Golden were found in Color
ado and other parts uf the States,
people would go wild over the.n, and
here we sit, still and cannot get any
person even interested enough to look
at them. There has been brought in
from the mountains recently some of
as fine specimens of different mineral
as can be found in any part of the
world. Now whether there is any
large quantities of such oro is of course
a question open to do.ibt until it has
been proved either way. But nothing
on eurth has yet been shown to prove
that there is no large quantities, and
the odds are decidedly iu favor of tlie
lar���'-j. quantity.
Mr. McNamara, a mining expert of
considerable note in the States, says
without any hesitation that we have
as good surface specimens us be has
seen uny where in the whole course of
his mining career. I am however almost tired of talking ou this subject,
in the first place it appears like blowing our own trumpet, but look you
how West Kootenay has attracted
attention by those tactics and nothing
else; and again people will not listen
to talk relative to East Kootenay.
"Yon know it has a smelter and not
s ifficient ore to ever blow her In. The
country is no good or 'N.G.' if you
like it better," and this is the pass
word to West Kootenay. I must say
the smelter is a great injury to us as
it now stands. In fact it's a disgrace
to the community, and it would be
conferring a benefit on us if it could
he removed if there is no possibility of
running il, and if there is, see to it
and run it. The smelter is the best
thing we could possibly have if it
were only running and otherwise it's
a monument of our district's death.
And why this death that's what I
want to come at, and that's what I
cannot answer. Al! that I can say is
that the country is full of valuable
minerals and the first coiner has his
choice
There are, however, at present
some signs of coming activity seen in
our midst, some of the more practical
mining engineers are looking after us,
and rightly too. They know lhat
West Kootfiiuy is at the present day.
overdone, so lo speak. Tlie price
which rules there for prospects, nol a
thousandth part the like of ours, are
very exorbitant, and far too high to
be entertained by a practical man.
They may do for the company promoters to speculate on, but not to
work. It's lhe speculator that makes
the boom, gei.erally any way.
Snne time ago I was taken sick
witb a cramp in the stomach, followed
by diarrhoea. I took a couple of doses
of Chamberlain's folic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and was immediately relieved. I consider it the best
medicine  in  the  market for all such
'lhat thu Liberals ure going to sweep
the country  from   ocean to ocean, on
the 23rd inst., is now generally admitted by their opponents.   Tlie fact that
thousands  ot   upright Conservatives
are   leaving   tho ranks of   that party
leaves no   room  to doubt tlie result of
tho counting of  the ballots on the day
of liattle.    Il lias been a matter of surprise   to   us   how any self-respecting
citizen   making  tlie slightest pretense
to honesty mid being desirous uf seeing
a pure government in power at Ottawa
can for a moment extend the least support to what has been properly termed
a howling brood ef   noisome boodlers.
We know   that   some   have   had the
courage   lo   come  out from amongst
those they have associated with in the
past, politically.     All honor is due lo
such   men, who   are ss patiiotio as to
be aide to rise above   party in favor of
country.    Those who still cling to the
apron   strings   of   the   high priest of
corruption are really to bo pitied. Reason and argument with tliein are of uo
uvnil.     They   are Conservatives aud
stick to that   faith, even though they
should be  trailed through tlie mire of
jobbery   nnd   boodleism.      Why tbis
should   be   so   with   people   who are
otherwise   credited with being intelligent beings we are at a loss to understand.    In no contest which has taken
place in Canada   either before or since
Confederation  hns there been such intense   feeling  as   tliere is at present.
Our belief for some time past bus been
that   when   the opportunity presented
itself the   electorate   would hurl from
power those who have so mi-managed
the affairs of -.lie Dominion.      We are
now more sanguine than ever that the
sovereign   people   aro   demanding   a
change and   that they  are determined
to   have   it.     Iu   our own Province,
which a short time since was believed
to be a Tory hive we Und n most marvellous change in  tlie views and opinions of   the people taking place.   British   Cohiinbiiius   ure   but   ucting as
their fellow-citizens in otlier parts ol
tbe   Dominion   are   doing.    None i.re
more   surpris��d at the course matters
are taking here than  the Tories themselves.   The belief is now general that
at least four out of the six representatives in the next House will be opposed
to the  Government.    The Northwest
Territories will  make a fine showing.
Manitoba will give a good account of
itself.    If one seat is held there hy the
Tupperites  it will   be nil they can do.
Then   as   to  Ontario  and  Quebec a
prominent   Conservative   of  Toronto
acknowledges   that two-thirds of   the
Q lebec   vote   will   be for Laurier and
even more   than   that   per cent of the
members   for Ontario will be for him.
Prince   Edward   Island   will   remain
loyal   to   her   traditional  Liberal instincts.    Several seats will lie captured
by the Reformers in both Nova Scotia
and   New   Brunswick, where the National Policy has played itt elf out and
ruined business.     Tlie outlook for the
overthrow of lhe Government is most
hopeful   from     whatever   standpoint
viewed, and   we are certain that British Columbia will declare that boodleism and corruption in high places v. ill
no longer be   tolerated.     A cluing., is
demanded.���World.
it, according to directions, and within
an hour I was completely relieved.
One application had done the business.
It is the best liniment on the market,
aud I sell it .under a positive guarantee
R. T. Harris. For sale by Druggists
Langley A Co., Who.cs le Agents,
Victoria and Vancouver.
How  tho  Tories "non-Justed"
Tuxes.
the
When the Tories were seeking to defeat   the  Liberal  Government at the
general  election of  1878 says the St.
John Telegraph, they declaimed much
against the   frightful extravagance of
the administration of  Mr. Mackenzie.
Iu 1877 the expenditure of tbe Government was $23,713,071, and the amount,
levied in tbe shape of taxes $17,697;9-4
These sums  the Tories declared to be
altogether too large; and it was stated
ou the platform of- the Mechanics' Institute by a gentl-man who afterwards
became  Finance  Minister   under the
new   Conservative  Government, that
the sum   of   $22,oC0,0C0   was amply
sufficient to meet all   the expenditures
of the Government.   When the Tories
got into power on this cry and the so-
called National Policy was put forward
by the new Government, it wns declared that the  taxes   wore  llpt to be increased but only "readjusted," so thin |
the manufacturing interests of Canada
might be better protected.   The people
of   Canada   were, not  to pay moio in
taxes, they   were  only to pay it in a
different way.     These facts are neces
sary to be stated because many of the
younger   voters are not aware of  the
false  pretences   by which   the Tories
climbed into power.     Nearly one-half
of those who   will vote at the coming
general  election   were children when
the campaign of. 1878 was being run,
whilo others, who were not then voters
did not give sufficient attention to political matters to have the events tt that
election fixed iu their memories,   How
hnve tbe  promises  of  economy then
made been kept? ���< If. the taxation under  the  Mackenzie  Government was
too high, what shall we say to ir, now
increased as   it lijas been to the extent
of $10,tOO,COO a year.     To show how
under the Tories the   taxation was re-
adjus'ed, we   will   take   the amounts
obtained   by   taxation by the Government of Canada for 20 years .from 1874
to   1893 inclusive,, in  period; of  Ave
years:
Average
per year
$18,989,668
;-3.ii43, 414
-i5,'69.. 11'.'
30,(JoJ,ir...
A Remnrkiililo Care ol* llliuutiiatlsin.
Westminster, Cal., March 21, 18114.
���Some time ago, on awakening one
morning, I found that I had rheumatism in my knee eo badly that, as I
remarked lo my wife, it would be impossible for ine to attend to business I unwonted
that day. Remembering that I bad | they appear. As for the Prince he is
Borne of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in' simply overpowered with applause
my store I sent for a bottle, and rub. whenever he shows himself, in public
bed the afflicted parts thoroughly with and telegrams are  pouring into Marl-
'Taxes
1873-8 Lib. 9 !)4,94'i,340
1879-83Con. 117,717.071
1884-8 Con.   132,li:i(i,o9��
1889 93 Con. 150,_82,_ti��
These figures, taken from lhe public
accounts of Canada, show how Ibe
Tories readjusted the taxes, instead
nf a reduction of luxation, which they
had i roniised the electors, the taxes
were increased during the first five
years of their administration of the
affairs of the cotiu-ry to the extent of
���j4,*i*iO,0C0 a year. ; During the next
tive years from 1884 to 1888 inclusive,
the increase in the average annual
taxation was (7,300,000 above the
amount of luxation during the years
tbe Liberals were in power In the
fire years, from 1889 to 1893 inclusive
the average increase was $11,067,000
ubove the amount while the Liberals
were in possession of the Government.
Iu other words, the rate of taxation
had increased 60 per cent, under this
wonderful plan -of readjustment.-
The event of last week, it is needless
to stale, was the Derby, run on Wednesday, aud won by the Prince of
Wales' colt Persimmon. Seldom has
there lieen such excitement in England
At every music hull nightly an illusion
to the popular victory is received with
uproarious cheers and every member
of the Prince's family' is received with
demonstration    whenever
borough congratulating him upon tlie
success":of his stable.*��� In addition to
this large numbers oftpeopla have been
calling at Marlborough House td inscribe their'r names in the visitors'
book, adding to them "with congratulations. "���.._	
Send To-day.
Ladies and gentlemen, be alive to
your own interest. There lias recently
been discovered, and is how for sale by
tbe undersigned, a truly wonderful
"Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." This "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald head in
six weeks by the use of this wonderful
"Hair Grower." It will also prevent
the hair from falling. By the use of
this excellent remedy boys raise an excellent moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you want a surprising head of hair,
have it immediately bv 'he use of ihis
"Hair Grower." Wu also sell a "Complexion Whitening" that will in one
month's time make you ss clear and
white as the skin can be made. We
never knew a lady or gentleman to use
two bottles of ��� "Whitening," for they
all say that before tbey finished the
second bottle thoy were as white n��
they wouR.wish to be. : -������ fte'r the iise
of this "Whitening," tin .:;iu will former, iv! niu its color. It,,ilss removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents , per bottle, and the "Face
Whitening-- 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
add11 ss on receipt of ,.rice. Address
all orders to -
R. A J. RYAN,
201 Division  Sweet, Ota\v,i, Ont.
WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
,We pay $B to $10. per week for
easy home work.. Clijld can do it. No
S-:n_������, Books or 'P_ddiji.no. This is
bona fid(. Send stamp for work and
particulars at'once. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Camden, N.J.
NOTICE.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
13th May, 189'i.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
rescission of the operation of tlie
[���OlBoliJ t-VnW Act, 1894;" will lake
ia ���������:   from   and after the 30th day of
_
' onimand.
AMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary.
NOTIFICATION  OF   INFECTIOUS
DISEASES.
THE following extract from the
"Health Act, 1893," is published
for general information by direction of
hs Provincial Board of Health: -
"Seo. 69. Whenever any householder
knows that anv parson within his
family or household hss the small pox,
diphtheria, scarlet fever, cholera, or
typhoid.fever, be shall (subject in case
of refusal br neglect to lint penalties
provided by sub-sect iOu (2) of section
98) within twenty-four hours give
notice thereof to the Local Board of
Health,* or to the Medical Health
Officer of the District in which be resides, if there be one, ami suuh notice
shnll be given either at the office of the
Medical Health Officer or by a com*
muiiication addressed to him and duly
mailed within the time above s'-et-ifiad,
and in case'there is no Medical Health
Officer, then to the Local Board of
Health."
Sub-section (2) of section 98 provides
a penalty of $100, or imprisonment for
six months, for neglect to report as
required.
���The Government Agent is Ihe Local Board of Health in outlying Districts'.
A. T. WATT,
Secretary, .Provincial Board of Health.
TABLE
Showing the date, nnd place, of Ce
of Assise, Wsl Prlus. Oyer and
miner, and Uenorul Qui Dell'
far the Yenr 1890.
Si'inxo Assizes. '
Nanaimo Tuesday ... 5th
New Westminster. Tuesday .. 12th
Vancouver Tuesday .. 19th
Clinton Monday .. 25th
V ictoria Tuesday .. 26th
Kamloops Monday.... 1st.
Vernon Monday.... 8th .
���Nelson Monday... 15th .
���Donald Monday,,. ,22nd .
���Special Assise.
Education Office,
Victoria. May 4th, 11
-J0TICE is hereby given that the
*���* nual examination of candid
Tor certificates of qualification to tc
in the Public Schools of the Prov
will lie held as follows, cominencin-
Friday, July 3rd, 189.1, at 9 a.m. :
Victoria In Sonth Park School Built
Vancouver In High School Build
Kamloops   In Public School-Build
Each applicant must forward a
tice, thirty days before the exanii
tion, stating the class and grad
certificate lor which he will be a
lidate, the optional subjects seta
mid at which of the above na
places hc.will attend
Every notice of inteution to b
applicant must be accompanied \
satisfactory testimonial of ni
character.
Candidates sre notified that��
the above requirements must be
filled before their applications ca
tiled;  :"	
All candidates for First Class, G
A. Certificates, including Orsdm
must attend in Victoria to takt
subjects prescribed for July 14th
15th instants, and to undergo reqi
oral examinations.
S. D  POPE.
Superintendent of E.lucatioi
"It Is worth the pries to every j
who nen reads a Mwspaper.-**-Dat_i
Jo-rn-L 	
ns ��od_m_ urns to   .
Blue Peiiil Ruli
-_.- Oh. -ffaVXWL
A Pocket Primer for the see ef Brno
Oorw-spoude-ts and Ogpy.CKoi
Short, simple MM (raetfeol nil
snu ;��arsre.
write oorrect EsflUh.
SMt oa reeetpt of wtoe. Price. M
B?Ne*__'o AS^y*-*1'*
J;^{r^_-3_aEEBf-;
���v.  '. ���'."* V * 14
[otice to Taxpayers.
���sessment Aet and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
inai.ii Division of East Kootknav
DisTiiiut.
)TICE Is hereby given, in accordance with   the Statues, that Pro-
,cial   Revenue  Tax;, and   all taxes
ied  under  the Assessment Act are
'due for the year 189(1.   Ail of the
e named  taxes collectable within
Donald Division of Eust Kootenay
riot, are   payable at my office, the
art House, Golden,
issessed taxes are collectable at the
owing rates, viz.:
f paid on or before June 80th 11-91:
>ne half of one -ier cent ou real pro-
ty.
Id
wo  per  cent on assessed value of
land,-
ue third of one per cent on person-
roperly.
ine half of one per cent on income,
paid after June 30th 1896���
wo-thirds  of  one per cent on real
party.
wo aud one half per cent on assess-
due of wild laud,
ie half of one per cent on personal
Veriy.
i ree ���fourths of one   er cent on in-
rovinoial
ta.
R'.venue Tax 93X0 \\er
F. C. LAXfl.
Assessor aud Collector,
ilen, January 2nd, 1891.
NOTICE.
Application for Certilieute of Improvement..
EXCELSIOR   MINEKAIj   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
free miner's certificate No.47ti39, intend,
60'day s from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the'above
claim.
And further take notice, thut adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificate of improvements.
-  Dated this seventh day of December
1895.
Walter Dainard.
By his agent, F. W. Aylmer.
NOTICE!
Application   for) Oertlfleatc. of  Improvement..
HIDDEN TREASURE   AND OIANT MINERAL   OLAIIIH.
Take notice that I, Thomas Jones,
free miner's certificate No. 47848, intend
!1) days from date hereof, to apply to
tlie Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crowu grants of above
claims.
Aud further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder aud action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Thos. Jones,
By his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
18!lii.
$u��imsft <&(xxtt*.
Hon. J, A. LourhefjD, Q,C,
. McCarter.
j-ongheed A  MeCarter,
Barristers, Advocates, Sol iters, Notarial
Etc., Etc.
Solicitors for Bank     Montreal.
CALOARV, . N.W.T.
B.  J.  .TEPHMOIV,
DX.S. A P.I..S. for B.C. DOMINION A
PKOVINCIAIj LAND SURVEYOR,
Draughtsman, Valuator .etc., CALGARY,
N.W.T.   Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.JBPH80N, D.Ij.S.,I'.Ij.S. of ll.C. -Ont.
Caloarv, Alba.
A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
P. LEAKE,
Mining Engineer,
A  JHallnrgiflt.
Beports on properties a Specialty.
Golden, B.C.
MANUEL DAINARD,
Livery & Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
nOLDK-I, Rt!.
NOTICE.
he  Supreme Court of British C"l
tibia,   re   Connacher, ������Connacher
s. Pither.
tirsusnt to an order nf the Supreme
rt of British Columbia made iu tiie
ter of tlte estate of Henry Cooler in the suit of Connacher vs
ier. The creditors of Henry Conker, late of Golden, in the District
Kootenay, hotel   keeper, deceased,
died on or about the month of
nary, 1895,   are on or before the
day of April, IH9<i, to send by
stersd letter to A. 0. M. Spragge,
lonald, In the District of Kootenay.
ish Columbia, the solicitor for
les Stevens Connacher, the above
i��l plaintiff, the executor of the
eased, their Christian and j-iirname
resses and discriptious. the full
iculars of their claims.a statement
their accounts, and the nature of
securities (if any) held by them or
lefault thereof they will he pcremp<
liy excluded from the benefit of the
order.     Every creditor holding
security is to produce the same
ire James Ferguson Armstrong,
l.trar of the Comity Court at Dot.-
the Referee appointed by the
rt to take the acco ints ami en*
riee nnder the said order, at his
mbere at the Court House at Don
in the Province of .British Colum
bn the 8th day of April, 1889, at
���i o'clock   in the forenoon being the
appointed for adjudication on the
claims.
latedat Donald, in the District of
itenay, British Columbia, this 16th
of January, 189d.
J. F. ABM8TB0NG,
feree appointed under tbe said order
Oolden Hospital Society.
F      HOURS FOR CONSULTATION.
From 9:80 a.-m. to 11 a.m.
"      2  p.m. "  4 p.m.
i .17"   ��  8   "
inday from 10 a.m. to IS m., and
'        from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
visitino HOURS.
From  2:30 r.nv to 8 p.m., dai
ipt Mopdsy and Saturday.
NOTICE I
Notice of Application for Certificates
of. Improvement..
SIMt'OK AND LANCASTER MINERAL
CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, John McRae,
free miner's certificate No. 34453,
intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crowu grants of the ubove claims.
And further tuke notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced before
I he issuance of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By his agent F W. Avlmer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1894.
JJJj*     ORES . . .
copper     ��� ���  w ANTED,
Write for prices.' (live assays, etc.
STATi.  ORE SAMPLING  CO.,
DBIIVI.lt.  I'OLO.
HULL BROS & Co.,
Whole-tale nnd Retail
3 U TCH E RS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,  R. C.
J. SMART     CO.
. Undertakers and
-  .  Embalmers,
Cmlgnry Alba
TELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to the merits of ��� new
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds of ores and mineral., also separating and refining Bhsi. bullion, etc. ''      ,:" ������* ''
Manufactured by a chemist aud metallurgist who thoroughly understands
thn wants of the assayer, the prospector, tbe miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, cotipelling,' fusing in
crucibles, testing of sampling charges, roasting, etc..
This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, Is complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slag aud metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and kuock-down bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores; capacity 1000
to 5000 pounds (ier heat; also smaller size, capacity' from 100 to 200 pounds
per heat, according to the character of t res.
The Advantages In Practice are as Follows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requires s serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a peck burro,
lhat is complete aud ready to be set up at any dump of low grade ores, thst
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out ^f one to two tons
of ore a day.
On Inw-irrade ore. picked nt the dump, this little r-riiare will pay for It.
self every week, besides wages and expeuees. Ijet someone else do the risk in
mining, and stick to a certainity.
What We Furnish and What It Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 8 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
type with knock-down bottom, made of No. 10 Steele plate, and stiffened with
angle-irons made in two half-circles for easy transportation, and then bolted
together. Two Steele-Hanged metal and slag spouts, one blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnacu tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), one.
graphite No. 40 crucible, one blacksmith's forge blower, geared complete in Iron
frame, to supply blast bv hand-power for the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, ready to beset up, delivered on board cars at
St. Louis, will cost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET. Terms: 125 .0
cash witb order, balance draft attached with bill of lading;   the smaller else,
100 to *00 Pound* Capacity, Cost ���48.00 Net.
Terms:   ���.U.UO cash with order, balance draft attached to bill of lading; 6
per cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuel, smelting operation, separating and refining of bass bullion, etc..
FURNISHED IN DETAIL UPON,   RECEIPT OF   ORDER.
LTIONAL ORE AND REDUCTION CO..
We Want a Representative. 415 LoCUSt St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENTEES OF
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and *
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Engineer, and Contractor, for Equipment of Cliemleal  Reduction Work*.
JL J. STARFORTJ-,
FRUITS & VEGETARLES.
Golden City Bakery.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients.
TICKETS niay lie had from the undersigned or any member of the
committee.
PRICE Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars |ier half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting Secretary.
lUPTURE ��sa��
I. With
sower
Ier lnfnrm.tlon and
copvmoMTa, etc
Hondboak writ, lo
A PERFECT TEA
THt
rmtej Tin
���HTHiwoeie
'BOM THS TM PUNT TO TM. TM CUP
iwrrswa-rivipusiTV,
"Mo-won" Ta.lt put up by Ih. Indian Tea
pmui ample of lit. belt qu-ities of Indi..
feu. Thmfor* they um th. (i���'test are In Ih.
wlKtloa of the Ta and It. Wad. that la -hy thay
KtVpleifih., I lb. ud 11- p-_MM.e-i iwoer
AU OOOD OROOEM KEEP IT.
If your fi-mr don aet hop ft. tad hia to writ, to
��� 8TIIL, HAYTIR * OO.
11 anil II Profit ttrat Eat, Toronto.
MUNN * CO.. Ml BWUDWAV, NSW Vo��.
Oldest, boiw.il for rctirir-ap.t.nl.laAi'wrii...
F.��<Ty ���>.���-����� UI-m. out l'7 u.l. brouhl brtoii
ttapuko by.notM^Tenfl-a. of <_****�� In the
Jtotttiftc ��me*fam
yettrt.l.'Oslxmnntli-.  AddlMs,MUN*rft C
R-___��_,����l_i��_wW,N.wT(o.aoi��y.
R-I'P'A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine : Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
GOMMERGiyVL.: -:    PRINTING
Job    Depeirtmerjt
���:o:��� OF ���.or���
The OOLDEN ERA
GOLDEN SASH & DOOR FACTORY &
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufacturers of Sash, Tmt% Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets.   Al sizes of glass in stock.
The Machine and Blacksmith Shop are prepared to do
all kinds of repairs as soon as possible. All sizes of Pipe
Fitting and Brass Goods on hand.
Wagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axlea Spokes & Felloes,
Hickory and Maple Plank.
HOUSTON & CQ. Awarded
Highest Honors���World's Pair,
DR;
it
The toast of "The Visitors" found will not bear fruit. What does the
Interesting responses iu the speeches of, letter contain? Nothing but what is
Messrs. Thos. Clarke and .7. D. Fn-cr heard in idle talk on every street cor-
of Winnipeg, aud A. W. R. MarH y [ uer.it is as shallow of any material
of Calunry. Bros. Clarke and-Frasfr:substancC-as it well could be. How-
were short and Vw et nnd to the point ever-he does suy this of Mr. Bostock���
but onr  friend  fio n  hi prairie , rov- and  by   the  way   perhaps he thinks
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
6       40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
"��� "''���" ���"���-Oohnlit  Doings.
By an oversight which' your correspondent exceedingly -regrets ho mention was riindc' in lact week's Eua of
the very excellent amusement provided
on the evening of May lfith in tho
O-Mfeliows Hall for the puldic hy the
King's Daughters of onr liraw toon.
A* H p.m, the hell was filled to overflowing and tlie male members of the
all lie ce weie at once surrounded with,
a. bevy of fair damsels whose blandishments it was impossible to lesist. The
risi-fcrrwas tbat the pretty and useful
articles worked by the young ladies of
���he Guild disappeared like hot cakes.
The concert which followed save us
ample assumirce that Donald is well
pnovided in the musirsl line. .Follow--
ing the concert was a daqce which
was indulged in by a metry throng.
The ladies tennis handicap is over
and thst veteran player Mrs. Spragge
holds Mr. Patmore's handsome prise.
Mrs. Allan left for the coast in company with her two sons Jock and
Ewen. She will probably extend her
visit as far as San Francisco.
Mr. Dan Kimpton of the North Star
mine has been in town for the last two
weeks visiting his relative and bunting up old acquaintances.
The Orand Master of the Masinic
fraternity Lacey- D.- Johnson paid, on
Monday June 8th, aa official but some
what, unexpected 'visit, to Mountain
Lodge No. 11 A.F. A A.M. He was
cordially received and ss heartily wel
corned as if he had given a month's
notice'. The usual monthly communi
cation, was held and after the business
ot the evening had been gone through,
the members present accompanied by
the Most Worshipful Orand Master
retired to the dining room of the Nellis
Houso, where they enjoyed a very
tasty *���' collation provjdtd.by Mr. C. N.
Nellis st a rather short notice. He
proved himself equal to the occasion
���nd thoroughly pleased his guests
with the spread provided. After the
feast hsd been enjoyed to the full, the
table was called to order by the Master
of the Lodge Mr. James Mathie, who
showed that he was as good a toast-
master as he is a Mason. Her Majesty's health wus drunk with enthusiasm
snd it Was followed by "The Craft"
and the way in which tbis toast was
received told in no uncertain worda
that the Masons of Donald are true to
the traditions of tbeii order. The call
for the sneeesss of the Grand Lodge of
British Columbia coupled with the
name of the Grand Master brought
forth an inspiriting response from
Mountain- L-flj-e and when Mr. Johnson roes to respond it wss evident to
sll tbst he was more than pleased with
the outburst of loyalty to tho cardinal
principles of Masonry shown by all
present. In his eloquent address be
impressed npon-the brethern the grand
���nd noble aims of tbe oldest order In
Christendom and very successfully
inculcated what is a leaning doctrine
of Masonry : "A Mason should be a
Mason both inside and outside of the
lodge." The Most Worshipful Grand
Master after a splendid effort lasting
about bait an hoar daring which be
wat listened too with rapt attention
took hiseeat amidst loud applause.
ince as it behooved and coming from
smrli a distance gave us a e-ieech
1 rislling with good points and witti-
cisn s. A doc nnd dotes was then
1 drunk and the Grand Master left with
the assuran ;e that whenever lie visits
' Mountain Lodge No. 11 ho is sure ot
of "ciii-d uiiile faithe."
Thnck.ry has writteu "Tlie book of
Snobs," but if he Were alive to-day he
would have found as good examples r.f
the legal snob and the society snob as
over he found in Mcrrie England. Sir
Charles Rivers Wilson, president of
the Grand Trunk Railway came thro'
Donald on Monday. Hi* was travel
ing in his private special nnd as they
had to change engine.-, at this point he
gave Donald snobs un op| 0. tiiuity of
showing in pullio what miserable
creatures some |-eop)e oan be when a
title and a little bit of a. thority is
present,
Mr. Charles Baines an ardent Conservative and a through and through
supporter of Mara leaves here in a fow
days for the Upper Country in charge
of the ballot boxes whicli are to contain the votus of the electorate ol that
section on June U'trd. .   ..
Mara clique is feeling somewhat sore
as the anticipated support and countenance expected has not been given liy
the men and it Is beginning to be
realized if a man works for a companv
it is not necessary that he should lie
under that company's thumb. This Is
rather hard on Mara but it is his misfortune and not his fault that Mr.
Hewitt Bostock is a much more worthy
man and that all classes and creeds in
this district am bet-inning to find out
that Mara, even backed by E. King
Dodds is not in it and that a man who
is the soul of honor and integrity is
more entitled to every holiest man's
vote than a man who has his own
selfish ends to gain.
Boh Nelson after years of single
bliss has concluded that life without a
partner is not worth living. He went
through here on Tuesday's No. 1 with
Mrs. Nelson nte Miss O'Neil aud looked the happiest man in B.C. Friends
innumerable were at the station to
wish him joy, and Bob evidently appreciated to the utmost his delicate
position.
Charles Mair of Kelowna made an
assignment a month ago to Gault
Bros, of Montreal. The'stock which
consists of general merchandise bss
been bought by Mr. R. A. Kimpton
who will place it on the market in
Donald at prices that will astonish
the natives. Within a month or so
the firm will probably be Kimpton A
Pitts.
- Nemo.
Having used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family and found it to
be a first-class article, I take pleasure
in reoominending it to my friends. J.
V. Foster, Westport, Cal. Fnr sale by
Druggists Langley A Co., Wholesale
Agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
this is anoriuiual idea and should this
be so I must correct him by saying
that no one thought differently until
he came upon the scuiie:
"Two actions, one for slander and
one for libel, have been instituted
against me by Mr. Hewitt Bostock. I
will not discuss ihem beyond saying
that my defence will Le an absolute
deniitl of uttering the slander cr libel.
or nny intention of slandering or ii'nol-
ling Mr. Bostock or imputing any tbinK
against him. So far ss Mr. Bostock
is personally concerned I have nothing
to say. Ho is a gentleman against
whom 1 know nothing and who, 1
have every reason to bel.eve, is a mau
of the highest character."
Tiiis - couiirg from such a man - is
very kind nnd condescending and we
have to thank him for his courtesy.
" Hidden
AND
"How to Find Them,"
CONTAINS
Bend To-tluy.
Ladies and gentlemen, be alive to
your own interest. There has recently
been discovered, and is now for sale by
the undersigned, a truly wonderful
"Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." This "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald head in
six weeks by the use of this wonderful
"Hair Grovter." It will also prevent
the hair from falling. By tbe use of
this excellent remedy boys raise an excellent moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you want a surprising head of hair,
have it immediately bv 'he use of ihis
"Hair Grower." We also sell a "Complexion Whitening" that will in one
month's time make you as clear and
white as the skin can be made. We
never knew n lady or gentleman to use
two bottles of "Whitening," for they
all say that before ihey finished the
second bottle they were as white as
they would wish to be. After the use
of this "Whitening," tbeskin will forever retain its color. It else removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents per bottle, and the "Face
Whitening'' 60 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
address on receipt of price. Address
all orders to���
R. A J. RYAN,
301 Division Street, Otawa, Ont.
Practical information
-ON -
Mines, Metals and On
BY
W.  THOS.  NEWMAN.
IT ALSO CONTAINS
A Complete Glossary of Mining Terms
Sent post paid on receipt cf price,
Two   Dollars.
The Golden  Era  Publishing Compan;
Golden, B.C.
AGES
M  OBTMo     W#
sll matt d-er>
dettof men. Tom-out
of five who sofa ntrr.
Church Services.
Thensusl evening service will be
held to-morrow in St. Paul's Church
at 7:80 o'clock.
PKEH-YT-RIAN    CHURCH.
The following  services will be held
during the month of Jan*, vis.:
June 7th at 10 o'clock, a.m.
"  14th "  8      "     p.m.
" list ���' 10      ���-     a.m.
"  28th " ���   . ������
Mr. Home-Payn��'. Letter.
Mr. Home-Payne has written a very
nice letter to th* Colonist of June 4th,
and ii) this way he hopes to reconcile
public opinion.     I  fear  however it
attacks of" lhe dUns,*
snMpe-negthepta-
slty of early esteem,
Tha dreed shea el
Inpotacy.thees-sse.
tlonofSpiiiMMrhn-,
���"���r I--* CURED
In strict onfidma al
tudcrtte expense.
find for our free staled book," FERIECT
I-INHOOD."
E3IE MEDICAL CO.. Baffdi. M.Y.
_^_!_��4
FOR SALE or
��� TO RENT
An. Improved Ranch,
East Kootenay, B.C.     '
Lot 273, Group 1, known as the
Canaan Ranch, 819 acres of bottom
land situate at tbe month of Sinclair
Creek, Columbia Biver, farm buildings
c   Apply to   ' .
BODWEIX * IRVING,
Solicitors, Victoria, B.C.
Or to A. O. M. SPRAGGE,
Solicitor, Donald, B.Q.
3.��0303.J33a030000003Ca-0030090a000009;
See that this little card
ii in the pocket of any
Ready-Made Garment yon
buy. It speaks for Itself
and means what it says.
This card is a guarantee
that the doth in this garment
has heen thoroughly Sponged andSanmkandlheworh-
tnanship is fully guaranteed.
U. SHOUT * CO.,
M -H-.tr.al.
Shorey's   i
Ready Made   ;
Clothing
ccooeeooeoeoeeo
id Western Milling 0
Reffina,  N.W.T.
Manufacturers Of
HIGH GRADE
FLOW
M. McDonald,^ .KKSI
Calgary, Alb.

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