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VOL. VI.   KO. 1
GOLDEN B.C., SATI RDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896.
$2 Per Year
For Close Prices
On Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes try Warren-
Men's Clothing and Underwear going very cheap.
Silks for the Ladies very cheap in 6 yard lengths.
Clocks for everyone at suitable figures. Neat packages of Tea Biscuit and Pancake Flour ready for
use.   Try . ucan Oil Blacking.
And the Best Goods
TRY:
C. A. WARREN'S.
Watch, Clock & Jewelry
Repairing
in the best style of ,the trade with the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
JOHN   MeMILLAJr,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Golden, B.C.
HUDSON'S
BAY CO.
(INCORPORATED 1070.)
"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 Department
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 mall, free of charge, une of their
Illustrated Catalogues and Price
Lists to any person sending them
their address.
The  Neilson   Furniture  Co.,
Calgary, Alberta.
OCR TOWN.
Golden, on the main line of the Canadian
Piuritic Hailway. at Its connection with the
steamboat navigation of the Columbia river;
the mineral and commercial centre of Eastern
Hritish Columliiu; headquarters of thi Golden Smelting works, tlie Upper Columbia
Navigation Co., und lumber industry; the
outlet for the widely known and far
famed agricultural and gracing hind of the
Columbia A Kootenay Valleys; unrivalled
for scenery of nil kind.; the distributing
point for the richest mineral country on the
continent.
chaser. It is considered a first class
prospect, snd as .its present owner has
already gained a reputation for push,
we feel assured there will be considerable work done upon it immediately.
Mr. Campbell, who visited the Hidden Treasure mine in company witli
the Mitchell Innes brothers last week,
met with rather a painful accident.
In walking over a log he slipped snd
fell, a limb of the log entering his
body just above the right thigh and!
running np to the abdomen, severely
lacerating the tissues of ths skin. Mr
Campbell was brought down on Friday's (last week) boat and conveyed to
tbe hospital where he is now doing
���ell.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALGARY,  ALTA.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Mr. Moodie has gone up to work on
his claim "at Ottertail.
Work will  re-commence at Canyon
Creek in a few days.
Mr,   Mike  Carlln's   house is being
beautified by a coat of paint.
The Fashionable
J. G. TEMPLETON,
-      CALGARY,
The Largest
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
West of Winnipeg.
Hall Orders Reeeire Prompt tt
Personal Attention.
New goods arriving daily, stock well
assorted in fashionable goods.
Bargains in lot of summer goods, prices
no object.
Just to hand a nice lot of Ribbons, Laces,
and Trimmings.
Boot and Shoe Department well assorted.
Grocery   Department away down ih
prices.
H.6.
The Donald road is progressing
favorably under the supervision of Mr.
Jim Good.
Mr. Harry Woodley has taken over
the boarding department of the Columbia House.
Mr. C. A. Warren has been elevated
to the police court bench. It Is now
C. A. Warren, P.M., J.P.
The Oddfellows are making arrangements to hold a picnic shortly, particulars will be given next week.
The Gnn Club has actually been
resuscitated. It ought to be placed on
record as ths eighth wonder of the
world.
The Alexander Block.
C.P.R. Excursions have been
Imitated By Many
But Excelled by None.
EXCURSIONS to the East by various
routes.
EXCURSIONS to Alaska.
EXCURSIONS to China and Japan.
EXCURSIONS to Hawaiian  Islands.
Australia, India and
Around the World
To Chicago via Port Arthur and
Duluth or Port Arthur and Saulte Ste
Marie at cheapest rates.
LAKE STEAMERS SAIL
ALBERTA
Every Wednesday for Windsor.
ATHABASCA
Every Thursdsy for Owen Sound.
MANITOBA
Every Sunday for Owen Sound.
Ocean Steamer leaves Vancouver for China and Japan
EMPRESS OF INDIA        August 8.
FOR   AUSTRALIA
WARIMOO August 8.
FOR EUROPE
From  Montreal  and New York every
.��� Wednesday and Saturdoy.
IF YOU ABE GOING ANYWHERE
write for Illustrated Tour Book to
ROBT. KERR,
Traffic .Manager,
Or to Winnipeg.
C. E. WELLS,
Agent, (.olden.
Manuel Dainard struck a rich prospect of galena ore at Ottertail this
week. Holders of claims in the vicinity havs grown jubilant over tbe find.
The public school re opens on Monday with Miss McMillan, daughter of
our fellow citizen Mr. John McMillan,
as instructor. Miss McMillan arrived from tbe west on Wednesday.
No. 816, a new engine from the
C.P.R. shops Winnipeg, and sister to
the trio, 818, 314, and 815, made its
first appearance in Golden on Wednesday with Mr. "Scotty" Ormiston
in command.
Rev. G. R. Maxwell, M.P., of Van
couver, is announced to lecture in the
Oddfellows Hall, Donald, on Tuesday
evening next. Mr. Maxwell is a
brilliant speaker and well worth going
to hear.
Sine a song of bloomers out for a ride
With 4 snd 20 bad boys running at
her side,
While the maid was coasting, the boys
began to sing
'��� Get on to her shape, you know," and
all that sort of thing.
The J. K. mineral claim situate on
Fifteen Mile Creek changed hands for
a fair cash consideration on Monday
last, Mr. F. W. Aylmer being ths pur-
Calgary Herald: Word has reached
tbe city by telegram via Winnipeg ot
a tragic acciden' in the mountains.
Information received of tbe occurrence
is meagre, but it appears tbat a party
of American gentlemen, headed by
Professor Fay, of Yale College, were
mountain climbing near Lake Louise,
when one of the party named Abbott
missed his footing and fell over a precipice to the bottom of a canyon a
thousand feet below and was dashed
to pieces. His companions could see
his body lying on a rocky projection
of the mountain, but were unable to
reach it. The unfortunate man was a
prominent railway official and lived st
Boston.
WRODIKU  BELLS.
A very pretty wedding took place at
the Columbia House on Wednesday
morning, the contracting parties being
Mr. G H. Brock, chief assistant to
Mr. C. A. Warren, snd Miss Annie
McKenna of the Columbia House.
The ceremony was performed by thc
Rev. T. 8. Glassford of Donald, thc
bride was assisted by Miss Msggic
Turnbull of Field, snd Mr. J. 0. Hood
officiated in a similsr capacity for ths
groom. Tbe happy couple on leaving
the Colombia Houss were given a
royal send off, and proceeding to thc
station tbey boarded No. 1 en routs
for the Glacier where they will spend
a few days. The bride wss the recipient ef numerous and costly presents,
being tangible evidence ss to ber popularity. Th> Eka joins their many
friends In hearty congratulations
Mr. snd Mrs. Brock will reside in the
house formerly occupied by Mr. Harry
Woodley.
"It is ths best patent medicine ia
the world" is what Mr. E. M. Hart-
man, of Marquam, Oregon, says of
Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. "What lesds me
to make this assertion is from the fsct
thst dysentery in its worst form wss
prevalent around here last summer
and it never took over two or three
doses of that remedy to effect a complete cure.'' For sals by Druggists
Langley A Co., Wholesale Agent, Victoria and Vancouver.
Personal.
Mrs.  Moodie  returned from Banff,
Sunday, where  she has been for her
heslth.
Mrs. M. Dainard and family return*
ed on Monday from a visit to her
mother, st Moscow, Idsho.
Mr. W. Carlin, of Carlin A Durick,
Fort Steele, is in town this week.
Mr. Geo. Manuel of Donald was ���
visitor on Monday.
Mr. Jim Connacher, of Kamloops,
was a visitor tbis week. Whs ���Volbstt tSta
The OOLDEX Elt.V is published every
Saturday morniug iu timo tu catch the east
and west mail trains, also thu mail for tlie
upper couutry, Wi.i.t��rnutru, Vutl SliKile uiv
is the only lulvertisiii,- inu.li.ini in tin. Kent
ootenay district -
Subscription iUtos i
ADVAMUH.
Advertisements and
the o'flee sot later than
to injur, insertion.
���l���ik)  pur -lllllllln IN
.���han^'ps must be in
It! �� in, tin Thursday
All cash to be piiM hi the Mniuiuw, from
whon theUiriipsiiy'.* rtwnipi .vill lienlitiiinnil.
Advertisement rates mail* known un appli-
eatior 'a
The Ufa En P'jili-iinc Companf,
SATURDAY, AUG. S, 189(5.
AWFUL CALAMITY.
Particulars of the accident at
Atlantic City.
Atlantic City, N.J., July 81.-The
list of killed in last night's disaster
foots up forty-two and injured forty-
three. This does uot include those
able to trsvel to their destination.
Philadelphia, Julv 31.���At 1 o'clock
this morning a special train from Atlantic City carrying passengers bound
to Brldgton snd vicinity pulled Into
West Jersey station. Camden. As tbe
engine came iuto the depot and stopped
in sight of survivors in four rear
coaches, who had been in the wrecked
train, the sight was pitiful. Persons
were to be seen reclining on the seats
with bandages about their heada from
which In some instances blood wss
trickling. In svery seat of the train
were either men, women or children,
who had received injury. The Reading express which out ths Brldgton
cxoursion Usln in iwo, was one of the
fastest regular trains on the system
and classified among flyers. Its
coaches were comfortably filled snd it
was running st the usual rate of speed
at the time of the accident. The engine struck the second passenger coach
of the excursion train with a terrific
force, difficult to imagine. The coach
was converted into a tangled msss of
splinters snd the occupants into a
mangled mass of blood snd flesh.
Scarcely one passenger in it, st the
time escaped death or fatal injuriss.
Dr. Charles A. Smith, one of tbe first
surgeons who reached the wreck, tells
this tale: "I saw the remains of the
Reading engine in s heap of scrsp iron
snd rubbish, piled up with the smashed ear.. The engine wss orushed so
completely it looked simply like a
scrap heap. I could not see whether
the engineer sua firemen were killed,
but they could not have escaped. The
wreckage caught fire from the ruins of
the engine, snd a Are engine from Atlantic City wss brought out. The
flames were soon subdued, although I
could not tell whether any victims had
boon burned to death. I saw one little
boy laid out ou tbe bank with his
clothes burned quite off him, but he
might have been dead before the flames
reached bim."
Ths Pullman car just behind the
Beading express did not leave tbs
track with ths cars in front of it; and
tbs inmates suffered little harm beyond
bruises, outs snd sprains. Thoss who
had bean spsred, on both trains, stood
about dssed and helpless until the
screams oi the wounded and dying
brought them to tbeir senses. Physicians, who bad been summoned (rom
Atlantic City and brought by special
train over the Psnnsylvsnis road,
cams in thick and fsst. Issststsd
them temporarily, dressing wounds in
tbs held, but it seemed ss if almost
every viotim pulled from the wreck
had been killed st the instant of ths
collision. I saw thc bodies of five
ohildren slds hy side on ths grass as
they bad beso lifted out.    The eights
sll sboutt me were heart-breaking and
horrible.
"Mothers were looking for their
children and husbands for their wives,
'lhe sir was tilled with groans and
cries. I was asked to go to the hospital at Atlantic City, where the Injured were brought and put in bed.
As soon as I found there were enough
physicians in attendance I completed
my interrupted trip boms."
John Peters, of this city, who was
on the West Jersy train, and jumped
when he saw a collision was inevitable
arrived here this morning. He said:
"It seemed to me a* if both trains
were racing to catch the switch before
the other. As far as I could seo the
red light In the signal tower was up,
blocking the Reading train snd giving
the right of way to Pennnsylvania.
Neither train stopped, and then the
Reading train plowed its way through
tlie centre of the other.'-
"Escaping steam covered the wrecked train for a few minutes. When it
then could be seen broken oars and
dead and injured. I saw rescuers lift
out bodies scalded from the trunk up*
ward, with heads crushed to a pulp.
Several men were taken from the wreck
and before they could be placed in a
comfortable position, died."
LATER.
Atlantic City, Aug. 1.���The impression prevails that tbe responsibility
for the accident rests upon the desd
engineer, Edward Fatr. There is no
dispute the signal was "comeahoad"
given to the West Jersey excursion
train, and if so, the danger signsl
must necessarily be given to the Reading track by an automatic arrangement
Signals then become locked snd cannot
be released* until both trains have
cleared the point. Before the signals
are manipulated, however, there is,
under ordinary circumstances, when
no trains sre in view, a red signal,
constantly displayed on both tracks.
Thus by experience alone, sll engineers
know they sre st least obliged to slow
up on the approaching crossing. The
theory is, however, thst Farr did not
slow up, and could not do so iu time
when he saw the West Jersey train
approaching. It is said hs wss lsid
off two weeks, not long ago, for not
making good time, and it is supposed-
he was trying to make up for this by
running at a bigh rats of speed. The
truth of the matter will probably not
be known until the end of the coroner's
inquest. This begins 10:30 o'clock on
Mondsy morning, sud Fireman
O'Houlahsn, of ths Resding train,
who saved his life by jumping, will be
the principal witness.
There are still five unidentified
bodies, victims of Thursday night's
wreck. They are lying in tbe shops
of various local undertakers and unless
frisnds or relatives of soms missing
excursionists sppear soon snd claim
the corpses, they will be buried iu
Potter's Field st the county's expense.
Several of thr injured are stiil lying in
a critical condition at the sanitarium.
A young woman about 19 years old,
wbo has been lying senseless st the
hospitsl sines the accident, recovered
consciousness for a few moments this
morning but is too ill to admit of
questioning on ths matter of identity.
Queen Victoria Mar Abdicate.
London, July 81.���Tbe rumor that
Queen Victoria intends to retire in
favor of the Prince of Wales is sgsin
current to-day. Court circles sre
greatly troubled regarding-ths condition of thc Quean's health. Suoh
reports have frequently appeared of
recent years only to bs seml-offically
contradicted later. But it now seems
thst there msy bs somo actual foundation for the statements, it is added
thst Her Majesty has decided to spend
ber time in future in Bslmorsl or st
Osborne snd thst shs will give ths
Prince snd Princess of WslHthsuse
of Buckingham palace and Windsor
castle.    There' Is  no doubt that tbe
Queen seems to feel greatly the weight
of her yesrs snd her bereavements snd
Her Majesty is quoted as having repeatedly remarked during her last stay
In this city at Buckingham palace
upon tbe occasion of the recent marriage of Princess Maude of Wales to
Prince Charles of Denmark: "This is
my last visit to London."
Color is given to the rumor in circulation by the deep emot on displayed
by the Queen as she bowed in reply to
the enthusiastic cheers of the multitudes which lined the route from
Buckingham palace to the railroad
station, where she took the train for
Windsor after the marringe ceremony.
Battle on Western Ranges.
Fossil, Wash., Aug. 1..-J. M.
Smouth, who arrived hers to-day from
Canyon City, brings news of a desperate battle between sheep men and oattle
men on Snow Mountain, southwest of
Canyon City, in Grant county, which
took place about a week ago. Smouth
was at Muddy station when the Mitchell-Antelope stage-driver brought
word to Mr. Smith, manager of Prins-
ville Sheep and Land Co., that Mr.
Kitchen, one of the company's employes, and three sheep men were
killed, aud two cattle men also siain.
Another sheep man killed wss Ernest
Shearer, nephew of Joseph Shearer,
the well known wool grower and buyer For years young Sheerer had been
buying and shipping sheep for his
uncle and on the occasion of the battle
he with several others, inoluding Mr.
Kitchen, were driving a band of sheep
scross ths country to the rsilrcad,
presumably Huntington, for shipment.
Many "sheep fights" had been reported
this j ear which had no foundation In
fact, but ��� this story Mr. Smouth ssys
is generally believed. There had been
hard feeling (or a long time between
cattle men snd sheep men in Oregon.
Numerous disputes hsve taken place
over the possession snd use of ranges,
csttle men asserting that shsep drove
tbe cattle from the range.
Bend To-day.
Ladles and gentlemen, be slive to
your own interest. There has recently
been discovered, snd is now for ssle by
the undersigned,  s  truly wonderful
Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." This "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on s bald bead in
six weeks by the use of this wonderful
Hair Grower." It. will also prevent
the hair (rom falling. By tbe use of
this excellent remedy boys raise sn excellent moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you went a surprising head of hair,
have it immediately bv ��he use of this
������Hair Grower." We also sell a "Complexion Whitening" that will in one
month's time, mske you ss clear snd
white ss the skin can be made. We
never knew a lady or gsntleman to use
two bottles of "Whitening," for they
all say that before they finished the
second bottle they were ss white ss
they would wish to be. After the use
of tbis '-Whitening," the skin will forever retaiu its color. ' It else removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hsir Grower"
is hO cents per bottle, snd the "Face
Whitening-' 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
address on receipt o( price. Address
all orders to -
R. A 3. RYAN,
801 Division Street, Otawa, Ont,
rlees.
Tbsusus'l evening service will bs
held to-morrow in St. Paul's Church
st 7:80 o'clock,
Service wilt hc conducted in tbs
Presbyterian Church by Rev. T. S.
Glassford, B.A., to-morrow evening
st 7:80 o'clock.
Methodist service will be held in ths
school honse to-morrow morning st
10 o'clock.
Attorney-General's Office,
June 10th, 1896.
NOTICE.
Disputed Lands is Railway Belt.
Kootenay Distiict.
Lot 6, Group I.. Townsite of Farwell
��� Original grantee, Arthur Stanhope
Farwell.
Lot 7, Group I.���Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Yale Distriot (Kamloops Division).
Lot 618, Group I.���Original grantee,
George Bohun Martin.
Lot 626, Group I- Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot[497, Group I-Original grsntee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot 629. Group I Original grantees.
James Mcintosh, William Bell Wilson.
Lot 462, Group I���Original grantee,
George Byrnes,
Lot 625, Group I-Original grantee,
Charles Edward Perry.
Lot 628, Group I���Original grantee,
William Arthur Beddoe.
Lot 496. Group I���Original grantees,
Simon John Tunstall, James K. Csll-
breath.
Arrangements hsving been made between the respective Governments of
the Dominion of Canada and the Province of Biitish Columbia whereby
owners of lands in above mimed districts deriving their titles through
original grantees from thc Provincial
Government tney obtain uonni-uitory
grarts of said lands from the Dominion Government, uotice is hereby gWen
that all persons owning lands as aforesaid are requested to forward their
applications (or such grants forthwith
to the undersigned, together with
their title deeds or authenticated copies
thereof, in order that the same may be
examined, and releases anu surrenders
piepared for execution.
ARTHUR G. SMITH,
Deputy Attorney General.
TABLE
Showing the date, nnd plaeea of Conrta
of Aaalse, Slat Prlna. Oyer and Terminer, and -onerul Gaol Delivery
for tho Year 1808.
Sprino Assizes.
Nanaimo Tuesday ... 6th May
NewWestminster.Tuesday .. 12th May
Vancouver Tuesday .. 19th May
Clinton Monday .. 25th May
v ictoria Tuesday .. 26th May
Kamloops Monday.... 1st June
Vernon Monday.... 8th June
���Nelson Mondsy... 16th June
���Donald Monday.. ,22nd Juns
���Special Assise.  -
N
WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We pay $(1 to 110 per week for
easy home work. Child can do it. No
Scheme, Books or Peddling. This is
bona fide. Send stamp for work and
particulars at once. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Camden, N.J.
NOTICE.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
18th May, 1896.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
rescission of the operation of the
"Official Scalers' Act. 1894," will tajrc
effect from and after the 80th dny of
June, next.
By Command.
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial S nrretary,
t_te
_BHK
NOTIFICATION  OF   INFECTIOUS
DISEA8ES.
THE following extract (rom tbs
"Health Aot, 1893," is published
(or general information by direction o(
the Provincial Board of Health : -
������Seo. 69. Whenever any Householder
knows that snv psrson within his
family or household bss the small pox,
diphtheria, scarlet fever, obolera, or
typhoid (ever, he shall (subject in case
o( refusal or neglect to tho penalties
provided by sub-section (2) of section
98) within twenty-four hours give
notice thereof to the Local Board of
Health,* or to tbs Medical Health
Officer o( the Distriot in whioh he resides, if there be one, snd suoh uotice
shall bs given either st the office of the
Medical Health Officer or by a communication addressed to bim snd duly
mailed within ths time above specified,
snd in esse there is no Medical Health
Officer, then to ths Local Board of
Heslth."
Sub-section (2) o( section 98 provides
s Density of f 100, or imprisonment for
six months, (or neglect to report ss
required.
���The Government Agent is the Local Board of Heslth in outlying Dis*
tricts.
A. T. WATT.
Secretary, Provincial Board of Heslth.
Education Office,
Victoria, May 4th, 1896.
OTICE Is hereby given that the annual examination of candidates
(or cei-tihi ales of qualification to teach
in the I'ublic Schools of the Province
will t.'.r held as follows, commencing on
Friday, July 3rd, 1896, at 9 a.m.: -
Victoria In South Park School Building
Vancouver- In High School Building.
Kamloops- Iu Public School Buildinc.
Esch applicant must forward a notice, thirty days before the examination, stating the class and grade of
certificate (or which he will be a candidate, the optional subjects selected,
nnd at which of tbe above named
places he will attend.
Every notice of intention to 1* sn
applicant] must be accompanied with
satisfactory testimonial of moral
character.
Candidates  sre notified that ail of
the  above  requirements muet be fulfilled befoie their Applications
tiled.
All candidates (or First Clsss, Grsde
A. Certificates, including Graduates,
must attend in Victoria to take thc
subjects prescribed for July 14th snd
16th instants, snd to undergo required
oral examinations.
S. D. POPE,
Superintend t of Edueatio
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whomB reads a Mwapep>r.-'-Da-rl-*ua
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Blue Peicil Rules.
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Notice to Taxpayers.
Assessment Aot and Provincial
Revenue Tax. .
mad*
Donald Division of East Kootenay
District. - ,
NOTICE is hereby giveu, in accord-
*" snoe with the Statues, that Pro
vinoisl Revenue Tax and all taxes
levied under the Assessment Aot are
now due for thc yesr 1896. All of the
above nsmed taxes collectable within
the Donald Division of East Kootenay
distriot, sre payable at my office, the
' Court House, Golden.
Assessed taxes are collectable at the
following rates, vis.:
If paid on or before June 80th 1896:
One half of one per cent on real property.
Two per oent on assessed value of
wild land.
One third of one per cent on person-
si properly.
One half of one per cent on income.
H paid after June 30th 1899���
Two-thirds  of  one per cent on real
property.
Two and one half per cent on assessed value Of wild land.
One half of one pur oent on personal
property.
Three-fourths of one ,er cent on income.
Provincial  Revenue Tux 1.100 per
capita.
F. C. LANG,
Assessor and Collector.
NOTICE.
Application for Certificate of Improvements.
EXCELSIOR   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
free miner's certificate No. 47839, intend,
60 days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that 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.
Goldeu, January 2nd, 11*9 i.
NOTICE I
Application   for' Certlfleatus of Improvements.
hidden treasure and giant mineral claims.
Take notice that I, Thomas Jones,
free miner's certificate No. 47848, intend
60 days from date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crown grants of above
claims.
And further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Thos. Jones,
By his agent P. W. Aylmer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1895.
$t*0itt��*�� ffirtrii*.
Hon. J, a. Lo'igheed, Q,C.
. McCarter.
Loagheed  A  McCarter,
Barristers, Advocates, Sol 'tors, Notaries
Etc., Etc;
Solicitors for Bank    Montreal.
Caloary, - N.W.T.
B.  J.  JEPHSOiV,
D.L.S. & P.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION _
PROVINCIAL LAND 8URVEYOR,
Draughtsman, Valuator .etc., CALOARY,
N.W.T.  Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.J-PH80N, D.L.S.,P.L.8. of B.C. -Ont.
' Caloary, Alba.
P. LEAKE,
-lining Engineer,
A    -.allurgUt.
Reports on properties a Specialty,
Golden. B.C.
I
NOTICE.
In thc Supreme Court of British Columbia, re Connacher,���Connacher
vs. Pither.
Pursuant to an order of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia made in the
matter of the estate of Henry Connacher in the suit of Connacher vs
Pither. The creditors of Henry Con
naoher, late of Golden, in the District
of Kootenay, hotel Itee-ier, deceased,
who died on or about the month of
January, 1895, are on or before the
first day of April, 1896, to send by
retistersd letter to A. G. M. Spragge,
of Donald. In tbe Distriot of Kootenay,
British Columbia, the solicitor (or
James Stevens Connacher, the abo.e
named plaintiff, the executor of the
deceased, thsir Christian and surname
addresses and discriptious, the full
particulars of thsir claims,, statement
of their accounts, and ths nature of
the securities (if any) held by them or
in default thereof they will be peremp<
tcrilly excluded (rom the benefit of the
said order. Every creditor holding
any security is to produce the same
before James Ferguson Armstrong,
Registrar of the County Court at Donald, tbe Referee appointed by the
Court to take the accounts and en
quiriss under the said order, st his
chambers st the Court House at Don-
aid in the Province of British Columbia on tbe 8th day of April, 1889, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon being the
time appointed (or adjudication on tho
���aid claims.
Dated st  Donald, In thc District of
Kootenay, British Columbia, this loth
* dsy of January, 1896.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Referee appointed under tha said ordsr,
Oolden Hospital Socl.ty.
HOURS FOR CONSULTATION.
From 9:80 a.m. to 11 a.m,
"     2 p.m. " 4 p.m.
ii      7    ii   "8   "
Snnday from 10 a.m. to 12 m., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p m.
VISITING HOURS.
From 8:80 p.m. to 8 p.m., dsi
I except Monday and Saturday.
NOTICE I
Notice of Application for Certificate.
of Improvement..
SIMCOK AND LANCASTER MINERAL
CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, John McRae,
free miner's certificate No. 34453,
intend, sixty days (rom the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice tbat adverse
claims must be sent to tbe Mining Re
corder, and notion commenced before
tbe issuance of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By his sgent F W. Aylmer.
Dated tbis Hth day of December,
1894.
ORES
SILVER-
LEAD,
COPPER
Write for prices.  Give assays, etc.
STATE ORB SAMPLING CO.,
DBIIVBH.  t.OLO.
WANTED.
A PERFECT TCA
Monsoon
rtNievTr- I    CJH
IN THS WORM ���    ������������
mOM THC TS* SUNT TO THI TM CUP
IMITB H��TIVS PURITY.
"Moaeeoa" Tea la eat up by lhe Indian Tea
���i cf 0- Mat -.___- of In-aa
MANUEL DAINARD,
Livery ft Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
GOLDEN, B.C.
T��aa, Thmdon'thar ma the gnattat ten la th*
aelicHaa atom Tm eat lu VUad, that la why Mwy
put Una, laia*iil-��i asa an. It oalyla tha original
KT ���'
Ml4
55g^fi^tt*,s_^__rtss
alloooocmoohmkupit. *
If row trocar torn am Uaa Mr, Ml Un te writs le
��� ��~fllL, HAVTM * Oa
It and �� Front Street lest, Toronto.
A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
Iff
is
HULL BROS & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
BUTCHERS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,  B. C.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
��� .  Embalmers,
Calgary Alba
teleoraph orders promptly
attended to.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to the merits o( a new
improved apparatus, (or testing and smelting var.6u4-ii.ds of ores and miner*
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc :<:
Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist who thoroughly understands
the wants of the assayer, the prospector, the miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, suoh as smelting, scorifying, coupelling, (using in
crucibles, testing of sampling oharges, roasting,'etc.
This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, is complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slag and metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and knock-down bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores; capacity 1000
to 5000 pounds per heat; also smaller size, capacity from 100 to -00 pounds
per heat, according to the character of c res.
The Advantages In Practice are as Follows:
This furnace Is constructed by snd for a prospeotor, who requires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a pack burre,
that is complete and ready to be bet up at any dump of'low grade ores, thst
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tons
of ore a day.
On low-grade ores picked at the damp, thla little furnace will pay fer Itself every week, besides wages and expenees. l��et someone else do the risk in
mining, and stick to a certainity.
What We Furnish and What It Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 3 feet in diameter by 6 (est 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 furnace tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), ons
graphite No. 40 crucible, one blacksmith's forge blower, geared complete in iron
frame, to supply blast by hand-power for the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, ready to be set up, delivered on board cars
St. Louis, will cost  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET.     Terms:     $250
cash with order, balance draft attached with bill of lading;  tbe smaller sise,
100 ta 800 Pot-nds Capacity, Cost t-8.00 Jfet.
Terms:   f20.00 cash with order, balance draft attached to bill of lading; 6
per cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions ss to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuel, smelting operation, separating and refining of base bullion, etc.,
furnished in detail upon, receipt op order.
NATIONAL ORE AND REDUCTION CO.,
We Want a Representative. *15 LoOUSt St., ST. LOUIS- Ho.
manufacturers and patentees of
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Engineers and Contractor, for Equipment of Chemical  Badoetlon Works.
Ji J. BTJ.RF0RW
FRUITS ft VEGETABLES.
Golden City Bakery.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission ot patients.
TICKETS may be had from the undersigned or sny member of the
committee.
PRICE Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting Secretary.
SalmtMo AoNrioM
ABSWfor
c��viA-re__
THADS MASKS,
 . _- 0-8ION PATINTfc.
I-*-*-"-*-^ ~ COPTMOHTS,   OtoJ
For lafnmattoa anl tne Hand book writ, lo
MVNN * CO.. IU BBOiDWAV. NSW Yon.-.
Oldest bureau for aMU-ln* patent. In Ameri���.
Erer-yjiat-nt taken out brush, brought befora
the putjlloby a nolle, alma H��o otc-vyo In IM
Jtottftffc ^mtim
ilwtJ��,_r-,-*���**
ma- should bo wIUks
Kiri Sljm-.mraith*
auaeasMSl
RIP-A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine: Cures the
common everyday
ills of humanity.
GOMMERGIJ-L : - i   PRINTING
Job    Department
���:o:��� OF ��� :b:���
The GOLDEN EI? A
GOLDEN SASH & DooR FACTORY &
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufacturers of Sash, Poors, Moulding*
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets.   All sizes of glass in stock.
The Machine and Blacksmith .--hop are prepared to do
all kinds of repairs as soon as possible. All sizes of Pipe
Fitting- and Brass Goods on hand.
AVagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axlea Spokes & Felloes,
Hickory and Maple Plank.
HOUSTON  & CO.
-dii Awarded
HlfhMt Honors-World's Pair,
DR*
CREAM
BAKING
MOST PERFECT MADE,
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder,
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
.    40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
Free
���'���:.   umi   i'lltl III.'AY
Upon the occasion of the 'it-ban*
niyeraary of The ErtA we lime to re--
turn thanks to our supporters. During the past five yours it hns binn our
endeavor to give to ihe public ti.e news
of the distriot nml while wo ha-e bad
occasion.to differ 111 our views on rer*
taln siihj-wts with others in the community, we do not expect 1 htit everyone, must think us we do; Ht the same
time we believe ourselves to lie right.
Looking buck over thi past year, a
casual observer is verv apt to bo misled as to the progress of East Kootenay, by hnviug his attention attracted
and his first impressions dazzled by
the large influx of mining men invading the Western Districts followed by
their invariable train of numerous
townsitcs and other calls upon the
public notice- here in Bast Kootenay
WC have nothing of this kind, although
possessing mineral riches not inferior
to those of any other district on tho'
continent, in addition to vast tracts of
agricultural and pastoral lands which
would alone make the wealth of a
Province. No boom, no outside advertisements, nd sensational reports,
have been the glory cf East Kootenay
hitherto; onlv in solid undemonstrative work of development, in quietness
and confidence, has this district been
gaining ground towards its ultimate
and assured position. To the starting
of the smelter, however, all the hope.
of this district naturally turn, as by
that voice only can our mineral wealth
really proclaim its existence to the
Outer world.'
One night when Mr. Isaac Reese
was stopping with me, says M. F.
Hatch, a prominent merchant of Quar
termaster, Washington, I heard bim
groaning.. On going to'his room I
found bim suffering from cramp colic.
He was in such agoity I feared he
would die. I hastily gave him a dose
Of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, j He was soon relieved and the first words he uttered
were, "what was that stuff you gave
me?" I informed him. A few days
ago we were talking about his attack
and be said he was never without that
remedy now. 1 have used it in my
family (or several years. I know it
and do not hesitate to recommend it to
my (riends and customers. For sale
by Druggists Langley A Co., Wholesale Agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
Donald Doings-
The unusual amount of hot weather
ws hsve experienced ef late hss been
the cause of much sickness especially
among: children. Three deaths have
occurred already.
The base ball club has again organised and the boys have been trying to
rub off the rust, but the robbing off of
Inosquito* requires too much attention
.-.-j..-1.'.! ''."j'-.-i..'' v__.'._::-.f.'_w^���--L.
|t"> niiik'it tn"i'h of a piistiine. On
AfOrtdsy lsat tin. playe-l H-.'iii'1-.t Rev-
elo.ul.e club Hill uriiiiu uut xi'iroud best.
Try a.-nin. yoii have .lone well eon*
s 'eriuu theslnn'*; tiuleyoil havu'ijtain
pr   lining*.
1 Tho social I'ivtu l.y the Ladies Aid
11,1 S . Aiiiliti-v's Uii.iT.h 011 i'ri uy In-t
wus   as   usuul   up to the mark.   The.
I b rriop, Ivors trust., the ice moiini No. 1
{ami tin* |iio.'iriilii  .0 was us follows:
" ���"   S io Mrs. Glassford
Dialo    ���     ...
.... .Flo Palmer and Al-io Uii-uhni"-,
Sing.... .'"Kin- of the Forest Am I "
a r  Fusier.
Chorus 	
.... . tow 1 Lay Mu D.iwii to Sleep.'*
Oluli Swiu-,i.j- Mis'i W001,ley.
Song     "Di-uth of Nelson,"
SV.r. Foster.
Dialogue	
Maggie Willinin��(.ii A D.-borah Forest.
Duet ������'lhe Urogket Buwbee."
Mri-. ami Mr. Olassford.
Reading. .The Ya n of the Nanny Bell.
Mr.  Dunne.
Duet "Po.ce and War."
Measr-. Foster and Fuster.
Song, " Kt,.|. vour Powder Dry."
Mr. Fuster.
Mrs.   Manuel. Mrs.   Olassford   and
Mis*. Wells of Oolden acted ns accompanists during tlie evening ���
Chnrch Services.
Thn usual livening service will, by
held tomorrow in St. Paul's Church
at 7:iJ0 o'cloi.k.
Sorvicii will lie coiiiluuted in the
Presbyterian Oli'irc'i by Rev. T. S.
Glassfonl, B',A., tn morrow evening
at 7:.'J0 o'clock.
Mothodisi service will lie held in the
school bouse tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock.
" Hidden
=&*,
AND
"How to Find Them,"
CONTAINS
Provincial Secretary's 0li.ee,
-Oth July, lbDii
HIS HONOUR the Administrator
of die GovcriiniHiit of British Columbia
hns lieen pleased to appoint Ciiahi.ks
Aimusriis Wahiien, of theTpwnof
Golden.Esquire, to be a Justice of the
Peace within nnd fer the East Kootenay Electoral District.
Mr. C. G. Strong, principal of the
public schools at Anderson, Cal., snys
������I have. used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and have found it an excellent
remedy for lameness and slight
wounds."
Lameness usually results from a
sprain, or other injury, or from rheumatism, for which Chamberlain's Pain
Balm is especially intended and unequalled. If affords almost immediate
relief and in a short time effects a permanent cure. For sale by Druggists
tjiuigloy & Co., Wholesale Agents,
Victoria and Vancouver.
Wanted at Once:
Active agents for each county. Exclusive control and no risk. Will cleai
12 to 25 hundred dollars a year. Enclose stamp for full particulars or Son.
for SI sample. Big Rapids Mineral
Water Co,, Big Rapids, Mich.
Fort Steele Note..
Pros|iector; On the east fork of
Wild Horse creek, about ten miles
from Fort Steele, we find three.large
nr(s,iects, one called the Sweepstakes,
located by Outs. Elwood, Maud S. by
H L. Ammie, Nancy Hanks hy A. B.
Grace. - These three claims have the
largest vein of mineral discovered iu
the district, and cau be traced for a
distance of 4000 feet. The ore is iron
sulphurets, and assays average $17.80
to the ion.
The North Star Co. have some 30
men at work at the mine.
Capt. Gray and H. M. Casy have a
number of men at work on their Weaver creek property.
The Arasta at the Dardenelles was
started np on Wednesday, and ground
up a ton of quartz. Everything worked nicely, and the owuers are raw-
hiding the ore from the mine to the
arasta, Tbis experiment is attracting
the attention of the owners of mining
claims, and will be watched with interest.
VIGQRof
-Mil?, Quickly, Permsnenflj Eatortl
Wsalcness  Nsrv-
ousnsss, DsMIHy,
snd all ths train ol
,- evils from early errors
. jLor later excesses, tha
!j-f-h_ttilu cf overwork,
���Ickr-M, -uny, etc,
Full strength, develop,
ment and tone elves to
Aftij lagan snil pcation,
of ths body. Simple,
natural methods, tm*
mediate bnprovement
sees. Failure impoul-
ble. 8,000 reference*.
Boolt.expla-jation and
mootM Bulks (sealed)
ERIE MEDICAL CO,, Biffill, NX
CAV-ATS.
TRADE MARKS, 1
DISION r-ATKNTS,
COPVSIOHTS,   eteJ
Ior Information and (ree Handbook writ, to
Mil-.* A CO.. 361 Bllo.DWjlT, NIW YORK.
Oldest bureau for securing patent* In America,
-verr patent taken out by us is brought before
tbe public br a nolle, givan tne of tuffs la ill.
jfttatiftf ��wmatt
largost d-oulatlon of any actutlSe paper la tha
worli   Splendidly llhafratoiL.Hi        	
mnn should be without "
-ear: 'MO six moatlii. r_
ViiauaBsas. Sll- -road*
dwar, Sew Tort Str."
Gold Quartz
Properties.
Advertiser will promptly
investigate promising prospects and close a deal immediately on satisfactory proposition. Send fullest particulars and fair samples,
with price asked to
W. Thos. Newman,
Care of "Golden Era"
Golden, B.C.
FOR SALE 01;
TO RENT
An Improved Ranch,
Esst Kootenay, B.C.
Lot 272, Group 1, known as the
Csnnan Ranch, 819 acres of bottom
land situate at the mouth of Sinclair
Creek, Columbia River, farm buildings
etc   Apply to
BODWELL A IRVING,
Solicitors, Victoria, B.C,
Or to A. G. M. SPRAGGE,
Solicitor, Donsld, B.C.
Practical Information
���ON ���
Mines, Metals and Ores
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 Company,
Golden, B.G.
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Rigby Rainproof
Bicycle Suits.
Any cloth can be 111p.de rainproof by the Rigby Pro*
{__.ce.-s, without dunging the texture, the Color or the
feeling and still lenve the cloth porous as before to
adroit of the free circalalion .f sir thnrugh It.
... Men's Rigby Rainproof J-.cycle Sails can be bought
ready to wear of any clothier and ladies can have any
cloth they select Rigby proofed. AsV your local
dealer lo show yon Rigby Waterproof Clothing.
H. SHOJ-.QY a CO,
W_.lisalaClot.to-s,
MONTREAL,  t
Tbe Western Milli-. Co.
Manufacturers Of
HIGH  GRADE
Regina,  N.W.T.
FLOUR
M. McDonald,^'
Calgary, Alb.
for N.W. Tcrritoriel
British Columbia.
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