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VOL. IV.    NO 2.
G*-OLT)FAT B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. 1894
9 J Per Year
C. A. WARREN,
HE/U.Etl   IX
Dry  Goods, Grocsrios,  Boots  and  Shoes,
Hardware, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
AUENT HOB TUB
California Giant Powder Company,
ot which ii full stock Is constantly on hand.
i OURTOWX. to H, L. Cummins.     Tlie race was a
|   Oolilen, on the niidii line uf tbe Ciiiiiiiliiiii quarter milo Tor 826, Cummins' horse
I'acilic Huilwiiy. Ilt its connection  witb llie,       . , �����      .
steamboat navigation oftho Columbia river ^getting uO yards start,. Morning
theiiiiliieriiliinifcoinniorehd centrepfEnj-torii Stlu, ft ���    ,        le| gth  and  a
|])ritisli Cohuiiliuii heiulnuiirters oitlulioltl- ,
en Smelting ivorks, tlio Upper Columbia half, Immediately after the horse
Navigation Co., and lumber industry; tlio n . ��� . r * . k ��� hat**.-*--*
outlot  for  the  widely   known   and   far '�����''a ti nil ol s|.eetl took place between
Aimed agricultural ami grafting land uf the Fred Henley and Bert Low's
Columbia A Kootouny  Valleys :   unrivalled
Subscriptions taken for all Canadian, American, British or
Foreign Newspapers and Periodicals.
CHAS.  A. WARREN,
Golderj, P3.C.
COLUMBIA   HOUSE,
Golden,     -     -     B.C.
Has boon newly built and newly furnished.
Heated throughout with hot air. The
table is first class. The bar is stocked
with choice Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
COMPAN
(Incorporated 1(170.)
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
CROCKERY,
WINES,
LIQUORS,
CIGARS.
Et:
Prices quoted and samples sup* lied on
application.
. "iiiiiii'i.i iv    .xi r. iii-ii.i i      i,,iii-\-.;     inn ii,iniiii     , r,. ,
for scenery of iillkinilss  the distributing ������-"'so Shamrock.
point for tlie richest mineral country ou tlio
ruiithietit.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Etc
Wm. JWcfieish, 5 Prop.
STOCK TAKING
During the next six weeks we are determined tu
reduce our
Larg
e and Varied Stock
as much as possible, in order to facilitate Stock
taking and to make room for
NEW   GOODS-
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots   and Shoes, Crockery and
Glassware will Le offered at'
20 p.e. Discount
���FOR���
CASH   ONLY.
CARLIN & LAKE,
Field, Golden & Fort Steele.
"pedal   attention given   to
���!AIL ORDEUS.   Write us.
lddress HUuSGii'S IImi
Co'y, Calgary, cr
Kamloops.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.
The distance was
iU yards. jin even start was mude
but tliere the race finished, Fred was
completely left behind, anil "I do not
think he'll dc it any more."
NOTICE!
NOTICE is hereby given that David
Ippenheiiner and R. H. Alexander
tave filed with mo au application for a
'roivn Grant to their mineral location
ituatiiil oil Copper Creek, iu the IMs-
rict of East Kootenay. known as the
fuanita claim. Adverse applicants, if
my, are required ,to sent) iu their objections to me within GO days from
this date.
Donald, (ith December, 1S0;J.
A. P. CUMMINS,
Govt. Agent, East Kootenay, B.C.
Carlin & Lake's great
Stock Taking Sale closes
on Saturday next. This is
the last chance for bargains.
The Cassol Gold Extracting Co. L'id. Glasgow.
The XI.'.eAr;biir-I'-iirrest Cyanide Proves*.)
Experimental tests mi parcels up to SiMOHix
niiilo Iti ascertain coat ot extraction ami pur-
���milage of g.ll .-ml silver recovered by
iieau* ut* the Cyanide I'l-nt-ess at the
Testing- Works of above Co.
I'ur farther particulars apply to i
IV.  fellow Harvey* tf. V. N..
Vnitroi* vcr.
Representative & Superintendent for H.C.
��AST KOOTENAY BANK,
[xnr IXIIOItPOIlATED.J
GOLD-EX, B.C.
A general bunking business transacted.
Deposits received and interest allowed.
Collections on all points promptly attended to.
Gold dust purchased and ucoounted for
at highest market rates.
S. BARBER,
May 1, 181-4. Mnnager.
I"rc��li.vterliin Service.
Service   will     be
belt
to-
morrow
morning
ill   tbo  sc
11.0I
hoiisc  at
10
o'clock,
coiiductcd
by
Rev.
W.
H.
Riss.
The Goliiis.n Eu.i S-' per your.
Tho public school le-opcns on Monday next.
Mr. P. McNeill of Calgary is in
town.
Mr. AV. Carlin from Fort Steele is
in town this week.
Miss Connacher has returned from
her trip to tbe coast.
Mr. J. C. Dtirick of Canal Flat was
11 visitor this week.
Verdict of tho people:-" The Bon
Ton Bakery for fresh bread."
Mr. F. Owen returned this week
from a visit to the coast.
Mrs. 0. Woodley returned on Saturday from a visit to Calgary.
Mrs. Mill ie left on Tuesday's bout
to join her husband at Canal Flat.
Celebration of the Holy Communion
in St. Paul's Church to-morrow morning ut 10 o'clock.
Miss Bertha Woodley left on Thursday for Field where she will spend a
few days.
Mrs. II. D. Hume of Silinon Arm,
sister of Miss Connacher, is hero on
���1 visit for a few weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Woodley lcTt on
Friday on a visit tu the Sinclair Hot
Springs.
Fresh cakes baked Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ut the lion Ton
Bakery.
II. S. Cayley, M.L.A. for Calgary,
left this week for Reginii tii attend the
Legislature which is now in session.
Our Field correspondent was a little
���cliinil time in sending in his
.toies, consequently we have to hold
ilieui over for another week.
Mr. T. C. Wauloss, insurance agent,
Jalgary, came iu on Wednesday's No.
1, be proceeded west to Donald on
Thursday.
In the absence of Rev. W. R. Ross,
the Rev. C. T. Baylis of Revelstoke
conducted the service iu the Presbyterian Church last Sunday,
Tenders are being called for the con
structioii   of   a   road,  the   minimum
breadth of which is to be 10 feet, leading  to the cemetery from  the wagon
road.
Ml'. Wassoii bad his left hand jammed between two loi;s, necessitating
bis carrying it round in a sling this
week, it it; getting better ftist,hoivovu',
and be will soon Ic able to bo at work
again.
Mr. Alex Campbell Is to lie complimented on tho good work lie is doing
on lho ivagon road lo the ranches.
It is, wiiliout exception, the linest
piece of government work that 1ms
been -.one iu this district for sonic
time.
The MoKce Jftinkiii Co. played their
popular Fl'Olloh-Canuiliilli drama "The
Canuck" to a crowded house ou
Wednesday evening. McKco Rankin
ably sustained bis reputation us a
character actor. The show was in aid
of the hospital
On Wednesday evening a horse race
took place on the road above the
school house b.-lwccu the well known
Morning Still' am! Aa burse  belonging
, DONALD  fi'Ol'ES.
Miss Carlin, who is visiting her
brothers in this Province, was hereon
a Hying visit with Mr. Joe Carlin
from Field. .Miss McDonald was also
of the party.
Before A. P. Cummins, S.M., were
brought Jackson and McEchrau, both
from Moose Jaw, on the charge of
stealing blankets from Mr. Webb, of
Donald, but on account of insufficient
evidence they were discharged.
Mr. J. C. Pitts, formerly manager
of R. A. Kiinptou's general store here,
is expected to arrive on or about the
Mill of this month with his family
from the east where they have been
visiting Mr. Pitts' former home.
The advance agent of tho McKee
Riiukili and Jeffreys Lewis theatrical
combination was iu town on Wednesday and made arrangements to play
the company Thursday night.
Our genial postmaster, R. W. Pal-
more, gut iu a new supply ol cigars.
They me dandles, as we can assure the
lovers of the weed, because we have
tried thorn and "the proof of the pudding is the eating thereof." He has
also got in a new suyply of imported
German cologne and other imported
perfumery, also fancy articles for the
toiler, und notions.
Jiiinni Laphuin, the experienced
mixer of liquid refreshments nt tho
Forrest House, has left for a two
mouth's prospecting trip towards the
Big Bend country and we wish him
all the success possible.
Several gentlemen lovers of whist,
held a preliminary meeting with the
object of forming u Whist Club for the
coming winter. Committees have
been appointed to secure ways and
means, etc. They expect to get a room
from the C.P.R. Library and as the
Library Committee meets next Saturday, tbo committee appointed will
confer with them. A general meeting
of nil who wish to join the club has
been culled for .Monday evening at the
Library Rooms.
Mrs. ("has. Nellls, wifo of Mr.
N'ellis of the Nollis House, came buck
on Monday from n visit to Iter parents
.it Iilecillewaet. She was accompanied
by her mother Mrs. Thus. Richardson.
Mrs. Riobardson and her husband are
well known all along the line between
here and KuinlnopS as the most genial
and hospitable hotel keepers, and
every railroad iniiii speaks only good
tif   tliein  mid.' 'heir   eiitei-taiiiincut uf
guests at their bostlery.
There is a rumor of a new hall and
meeting rooms being huilt by ibe Odd-
fellows society of this town. We
hope it will materialize as we are very
much in need of a good bull for parties
ami entertainments, Tiie old site of
the Selkirk House is spoken of us the
place for it. -NiMH).
i.uf.1.
A gold scarf pin in  the shape of'a
horse shoe wilh a horse's head in tbo
centre. The finder will be rewarded by
leaving ibe same al this office. itX'.i'i ffidlUcit <&va
Tho OJLHES Elt.V is published evory
Saturday morning in time to catch the east
anl wost mail trains, also tbo mail for the
upper country, iViii'lermoi'O, Kurt Steele etc
It i* the only advertising tiiu.li.iin in ibeKeat
Kootenay district,
S iliscriptiiin Kate*:
ADVAXtlE.
9*1.00 |ier amitiin IN
A Ivertise nont* and changes must lie in
tbe oliiee nut later than I'I .1.111, uu Thursday
to insure insertion.
A dvertise nnnt rate* nilltlo known on uppli-
cutior *.o
liSAII cash to lie paid tn tbo Mauagnr, from
who 11 tlie Ouinpuiiy's rocoipt will iHiobtaiiietl.
ilit Golden Eia Publishing Company,
SATURDAY, AUG.   11, 1K!)4.
THE GOLDEN HOSPITAL
MUST AXXIL1L, MI*KTIXG.
Report*   from  tlio   Various   Offleer*.
A   O001I   Shewing.
The first annual mooting of the
Golden Hospital Society was held on
Monday- evening lust. The officers
and Board of Directors were re-elected
for another year. Messrs. J. F. Armstrong and E. Plowright were appointed auditors for the past and also for the
ensiling year. Tho following were the
reports submitted, all of which speak
for themselves:
PRESIDENT'S KEPOItT.
By the by-laws p,.sscd at tlio meeting called for the establishment of the
Golden Hospital Society, it was provided that the Directors thou elected
should hold office until the first Monday in August, 1S94. Although no
timo was specified fur the close of the
financial year, the IlOth June has been
decided on as most convenient, and for
that reason the accounts now presented
are to that date.
On thoir appointment the Directors
lost no timo in pushing the work on
the Hospital building, but saw that in
spite of their efforts for early completion, it would take three mouths
before patients could be admitted. It
was therefore resolved to engage a
medical man immediately and procure
outside accommodation for such cases
as might have to be attended to iu the
meantime.
The first patient was taken in on
Dec. 9th. He was an unfortunate
man who had been lying out iu the
coldest weather of the winter for
probr.blv IHi hours. His case wns
really hopeless, though every effort
was made to prolong his life. He
died shortly after his admission into
the hospital.
Ou Feb. 2.'!rd we met with a great
loss by the death of our matron, Miss
Hardie She died very suddenly of
diphtheria. Until two days before
that date she had been apparently in
the best of health nud was engaged in
getting up an entertainment for the
benefit of the hospital. Never was 11
loss more deeply felt ami a gloom wus
thrown over the town. The hospital
building was full of patients ut the
time, but such care was exercised hy
the medical superintendent that not
another case was developed. The
staff was however totally disorganized and the Directors who had relied
so thoroughly on Miss Hurdle's management of the Hospital were at great
loss until Miss Monteith ot the Sanitarium, Banff, kindly offered to act us
nurse until we should make other
arrangements. It took considerable
time to make these arrangements, but
Miss Monteith considerately stayed on
and finally, mainly on her advice, we
secured the servic s of Miss Simpson,
a  former  matron   ot   Medicine  Hat
interest,   of   the   men, to   have them
looked after, and improved.
I have the honor to be,
Gentlemen,
Your obod't servant,
J. N. lAVi.ou, M.D.,
Med. Supt.
The following is 11 list of the cases
admitted : ��� Alcoholism 1, Bright's
disease 1, cellulitis ot baud 1, cellulitis
of log 1, conjunctivitis 1, crushed
hand 1, debility I, diphtheria 1, eudo-
carditis 1, erysipelas 1, fracture of
leg 11, fracture of clavicle il, gastrites
2, gunshot wound 1, influennu 3, infancy 2. Lymphangitis 2, Lupus 2,
2, pneumonia
peritonitis 1, pharyngitis 1, rheumatism 2, tonsillitis '1, typhoid fever
1, ulcer of log 1, wound of foot 2,
wound o! bed 1-Total -li).
(Continued on Pago 4.)
lieen gradually lessening and it is now
as low as could be effected in as small
an Hospital as ours.
As to finances: we have execeoded
our fondest anticipations, as to subscriptions towards the building, but
on the other hand have been disappointed in the number of yearly purchasers
ot tickets. As will be seen from the
Secretary's report we have received
from the Government towards building
42,005 ; from subscriptions S$1,8C0.9&,
making a total of $3,800.95, or about
the actual cost of tho building.
The furnishing uud heating apparatus  have  had  to be paid   for out of
ordinary revenue.     This however has Miilingerius 2, Maternity
been sufficiently largo to show thai the ��� :j, peritonitis   1, pharyngitis
Hospital can soon be out of debt.     At
present all that is owing is the actual
amount uf   drugs,  supplies,   etc., on
baud, $100.
As I have stated, the first patient
was taken in ou Dec. 9th and wc have
treated since thut time 49 indoor
patients, with a total of 902 hospital
days, and 111 outdoor patients.
The Board take this opportunity to
thank the ladies, who have so generously aided in the work of sewing for
the Hospital. Other help is acknowledged in the Secretary's report which,
with the Medical Superintendent's report will be submitted later.
Iu conclusion I would recommend
that greater efforts be made to sell
yearly tickets. The revenue from this
source should be trebled. A slight
change ot the conditions ou which
these tickets are sold might make theiu
more sought after. Tuo outgoing Directors have had this matter under
consideration but decided to leave it to
tlie new Board tor action.
The Hospital has passed its most
critical stage, us, apart from the iliffi
culiieB naturally 10 bo expected in
starting such au institution, we have
hud to contend ngaln.it tho great depression which has been over our
country for the past year. With tin
return of good times we may feel certain of largely increased subscriptions
F. P. Aims 1110x11,
President,
HOSPITAL SUBSCRIPTION LIST.
Tlie following is a complete list of
pnitl up subscriptions to the Gulden
Hospital. The Financial Secretary's
report only shews amount of subscriptions paid up to the end of the year,
June U0th. Several subscriptions
have been received since which are included in this list : ���
P.   C.  l.ASfl.
MEDICAL SUI'EIU.NTI'-XDKNt's   KEI'llllT.
Gulden Hospital
July 1st, 1891.
To the Board of Directors :
Gesti.kmes,-I have the honor to
present to you the first annual medical
report of the Golden Hospital.
The Hospital was opened (or the
admission ot patients on Diic. 9th,
18911, from whicli date to June i'Oih,
tliere have been 49 indoor patients, 4 i
ot whom were mules uud 3 females.
The total number of hospital days
was 9C2. The average stay per patient' was 18.4 days. 117 patients
were treated in the outdoor department.
Tliere were two patients confined and
the average stay of these was 25.5
days. The largest number iu Hospital
at one time was 8, the smallest 2.
Three deaths occurred during the
year-one from pneumonia, one from
Bright's disease aud ouo from diphtheria,
The luck of proper drainage is a
great inconvenience to tbo institution,
and it would be to the best interest of
the Hospital and ull concerned in it,
to have, us soon us possible, an efficient
system Introduced. The isolated ward
could be made much more serviceable
than it has been, by having u door put
in connecting it with the main portion
of the building.
A small out-building could be erected
for the reception of infectious cases.
The condition of the lumber camps
is a matter which should receive tlie
attention of   those in authority.     Of
M. B. Lung
G. B. McDermot
II. O. Low
Fred M. Wells
Gordon Sutherland
John Konkright
John Henderson
R. F. Wilson
W. C. Bennett
ti H Woodley
A Vitchon
P .Sebastian
Wm. Leidy
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5
f>
5
5
5
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
$   G5 (X
11. OONXAUIII'lIt,
ilolden M. A S. Co       ��100
il Coutiiichcr
Hon. & Lady Cochrane
W C Wells, Palliser
W R Hull
P J Lascolles
Uol Baker. MPP
Per J C Pitts, Donald
P G Healey
S Tolleinache
Leslie Hill
i'j .1  lii'ilinfilid
Manuel A Iviittan
Moore & Mowat
I H Laidlaw
S Barber
A P Cummins
/ W Aylmor
A A S.iudeimiii
P Glover
M Dainard
P H Bacon
I) .\1 R..o
A F Tiirnbull
W J McLean
Friti* Zitterborg
D Craig
Jas Hoiidersnii
Potor White
Rev W 11 Ross
Chas Hutch
E L Thomas
N II Redmond
Ceo S'ot.t
C E Weill
8 t! Matthews
II McLennan
J E Askwith
James 11 Bern pie
T Me.C11rd.1ll
Ed Murphy
John iMcTuggiirt
W S Crotio
P R Corson
A R Tufts
C II Fibles
J J Dora 11
A SBinm*
the camps   visited by ine, Ban's was j \y o N Parker
iu by far the most satisfactory condi- -j y Simpson
tion and the   care   there   taken   was. (J .��� |joom,y
shewn by  the very small   number of jj jfoQ-j-jn-i
cases of sickness.     The hygienic con- [ j Sirott
Hospital.      Since Miss  Simpson was dition of   tho-Golden  camps wus not 1 j|is rjmv-t,r
put iu charge the cost per head has j nearly us goou, and it  would bo ill tho |
50
50
50
25
20
20
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
7
6
5
ii
5
5
5
&
5
C A Warren
R Love
E Plowright
J W Connor
Alex Campbell
W Miller
W. Warren
W Hiistwich
G Woodley
W Williams
O'Loughliu Bios
T Ryan
Cole, Emory & Co
Adair Bros
G A Campbell
G R Gregg
A E Macnaughton
J Campbell
J Gilpin
C Smith
R H Robertson
A. WAKllKN.
*25
10
1��
10
10
5
5
5
5
5
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-   * 105 00
H. a.   PAUSOK.
Carlin 4 Lake 110
Golden Saw Mill 50
Ogilvie Milling Co 25
H G Parson 15
W McNeish 10
Per H L Cummins 10
M McDonald 10
Bole, Wynne & Co 10
F Chilcott 10
A P Patrick 10
F Owen 10
C W Bubar 10
W R Angus 5
A Friend, Calgary 5
Judge Rouleau 5
L T Mewburn 5
W C Van Antwerp 5
T B Pearson & Co 5
O T Mattick 5
W Rutherford 5
G Addison 5
J McLean 5
J Wasson 5
G P Switzer 5
W J Luwson, J M  Kail-
meyer, J Robertson, F
Bubar, M Mqrau, P D
Jonson R D McTavish
J Hillberg, A C Hamilton, J A Lidgate, A R
Griffin, C Pearce, J C
Nicholson,   H Harvey
$2 each 28
PFlood.JEHammill, A
Pollard,NKleimer,��l- 4
Subscriptions   on   hand
Aug. 11, 18811 8.35
-    9 370 8.'j
HTEAM1IOAT LIST.
Upper Columbia Co
S100
P P Armstrong
50
I F Arinsiroug
25
F C Gamble
10
Henry Holt
5
P H Bacon
5
\1 H Armstrong
5
rl W Barnes
5
E Wood
2
1. 0. inii'.i-NH.
J C Greeue
$50
A McMurdo
10
Blackwood
10
J C Stacy
5
C 207 CO
$   75 00
A.   W.  DENMAN,  DONALD.
A Donuian, $15
J D Walsh 5
Joe Nealon 2
T Coughlin, J S Barnes,
J McLeod, J McLichlan
J Hart, J H Watson,
T Johnson, S P Fraser,
M Otto, J L Cobb, W
J Milligan, J Magints.
G Williamson, J E
Michell, W Ross, J
Johnson, T Jordan, D
Gray, W E Godfrey
E Grant, J Mathie, D
C Fraser, H J McSor-
ley, T Miller, tl each-24
J Blakey, W E Wood-
house, A Woodhouse,J
Palmer, W Jordan, L
Cotteu,G Hirou oOc.aach- 3.50
N.   HANSON,
WASA
N. Hanson
$25
J C Durlck
15
Hei-man Van Hadeln
5
J E Humphrey
5
J Htiunay
5
Eric Sundin
2
Henry Eller
2
Gus Loman
2
P Pearson
2
Isaac Grenier
2
���   %   65 00
-   5452 00|
~%   49 50
W.   U.   NEILSON, BEAVEK.
H E Foster, Glacier     8100
RFHuy, M.D., 25
W G Neilson 20
John Barr 10
DD Maun, Montreal 10
H A Perley, J Thompson
J B Kerr, J Soards, W
White, O Crosby, W H
Caldwell, A McLean,
$5 each��� 40
W H Elson, G E Higgiu-
son, E Burr, 93 each��� 9
J Ferris, D Grab am 92%��� a
J Harbison, J Kirkpatrick
J Turnbull, J S Vassar
W J Thompson, V Anderson, T Mooro, El
Whitside, T Brownsoti
J M Carroll, T Hewitt,
W Oliver, S Yuill, J S
Finlay, Kennedy and
Douglas,$2 each- 30
J McLeod, Ping Chung,
J B Daly, N P Jensou,
W Sargent, W Thompson, J Doune, H Evans
T White, J Mahon, 11
Dredge, M Ryan, B
Bonshie, A Shaw, A
McDougall, W Haves,
A M Logan. S Say, H
Evans, W T James, F
Whitside, J Houston,
C White, W Buker, R
Savage, H A Niblock,
J McNair, S McMahon,
H Sotterly, L McFad-
yen, $1 each ��� 30
W G Gutteridge SI. 50,a ml
W Anderson, S Anderson, T Hnltingreen, J
J Viulatid, G Thorson,
H Brawley, A Wilson,
A McKelley, C Johns,
F Bowell, P'M Bates,
PDuffoy.WE Francis,
C H Wiukisli, 50c. each
and F Sewell. J Nelson,
25c. each- 9
Total
S 2KK 00
SHiTll 85
Grasshoppers are doing a great deal
of damage in the vicinity uf London,
Out., and in some places farmers are
cutting their oats preen for foduer to
save them from thu ravages of tho
insects.
Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission ot patients.
TICKETS may be had from the undersigned or any member of tho
committee.
PRICE -Ton Dollars |ior yenr or Eix
Dollurs per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
HARRY CONNACHER,
Secretary.
?PZMTs
W COPYRIGHTS. T*
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT��    For a
formation concernm*- Pnl.nl. anil how to obtain them pent free. Alao . catalogue of mot-hall,
loal antl iclentltlo book* front freeT
_f*tentii taken tliroiiBh Munn A Co. recelvo
���Portal notice In the Wc rntfllc American, -.nil
tbu�� are brotmbt widelj before tbi> public witb-
out coit to tli. lOTMitor, Thi* eplendld nmer,
iMued weekly, ele-tantlT llituti-ated, bu br far the
Ureeyt elnmlatioa of u�� aotentloc work In the
wQfld. S3 ��rear. Sample cople* aent tree.
BuiidiMMtioo. months-folia >-o*r. single
<opl,Ui tl�� oent*. fctery number contain* beautiful ptata*. in oolora, and nhoto-rrapna of new
hot-***, with plana, eiiablln* builder* to ahow th.j
loimt dottim. anil aeotiro eonlnot*.  Address     I
MUMM a. CO, Nsw Yom*. Sttl BuoAUWAYJ THE SCIENTIST.
It 1* computed that every year the
earth receives about one hundred and
forty *ix Minims of shouting ttiir*, which
full on it* surface, thu* sl.iwly adding to
ii* iiin*j.
Tne tliHonvery baa been made by a Gar-
mail physiologist thnl the milk nf Inebriate
lutiiliei'i. contains a Bit,all amount of aloo*
I,ol, ,.,'tl it ia hi* belief that such mother,
tiiiaiiiiiiiit'iiie to their offspring a desire for
biliuiiliiiitri,
A Fniicli physician ha* constructed an
at-iiug model uf the human heart. It Is of
tue smut) )me, size and onii.lsteiioy as th.
natural organ, witb every detail, and a red
fl ii fi>ur��.�� through it oud through art!-
li- ial atterie*.
A ilia.* of one thousand pounds weight
will liiMf exactly two -Kiiiutl* botwe.il tide-
Water ami the top of . luouiitain four mile,
high, Thi*. It It- plain to be wen, 1. beetles, the force of the earth'* atlrnctluu Is
lamih le** ou the uiouiitalu top tbau ll Is
al sea level.
111* now believed that chemical and
medical Hilt-nce will soon make th. vogel*
libit' Iniiii* notably gro��* digMtlble by man
* it limit tirat pii**��ing ibrough animal inter-
itti"liiiiie.. An euoruiuu* iucreuat, In tba
i.imi ftipply of the wurld would-be Ibe
retail".
1 iiiuleiim i* not In any Mm a product
tif ilt-structive distiilaiion, but i* the result
11 a pfuilllar ob.inical ilectiinpo*itlon, by
whii'h tbe orgiiiiio ui .tier pa**.* at once
lulu tain or allied product* Il i. tbe result
11 ih* primary decomposition of org.ui.
mutter.
THE DAIRYMAN.
If your dairy has no pwllgree, atari on*
at once.
The coir with a temper will yield poor
milk.
-All *traw and no hay will turn a bright
bi'ifor inio a dull cow.
A glial way tu choke a valuable cow la to
fi i-d uer uncut vegrtitblr*.
A flirty strainer reflect* a* bndly on the
milker a* ou ber who wash-** it
Too much carbonaceous food in the
tl. iy will wake fal beef faster tbau butter
'n.
Giv* tbe animal* plenty of loom la the
sin' If in which to lie down, If you would
liuike litem comfortable.
Do nut lei the milk get cold before
ii is e. n led from the milking itable to the
iliiry hull** to be striiuu-tl.
Sawdust in the manure heap represent,
m much inert iiiutt.r; laud plaster is au
au* iri* nt lhat i* also a fertiliser.
Tu feed economically, ami yet sufficient
ly, give tbe cow* only whal lliey will eat
i p t-ieaii. Tryir g to Htnff Ittein beyond
till* limit will reauit iu low aud nol iu
gain.
-hi k twice before yon go Into the bn*i-
n,'Hi of raising veal calve, by letting them
inch'their iliium. The system will hat.
a tl. llioriilu.ii'- effect ou Hi. dairy, off*
belling the leui-mnry gain. '
THE ARTISTS.
Constable'* lniidncn|*>, "Th. While
IIiuhi*," wa* wild ni'iitly at Chri.uV.
ilium-., iu London for ��11,510 ($1)2,5,10).
An expi*ri flefliirt taut h* know* of at
ltiftHix hundred i-t uiiterfell* of tbe old
nun-tern which an' nu* Iniiigiug in pririta
I'll .ii riea iu the Uiiti.il Mate*, aim all uf
i ,..i'li wire oriiiiiitilly purotiaaed lu Eiimpe
al uiy iiinil price*.
The death ia iiiuiotuired of Mr*. Gray of
How rswell, Perthshire, Scotland, the
iniitlier ol Lady Jlillai*. a. tb. advanced
HtSe of figiiiyfuiir yean. It wa. Irom
Mr*. Grn}'��gaiden that Sir John Hlllais
piilll'iil hi*cilftbiutedpicture. "l'b�� Vai.
ol Ileal."    ���
���\iuiika"*y ha* just eompl��ted a great
picture, "111. Dying L'liriai Upon tb.
Unms," for the mortuary chapel of th. lata
Count Jtilin* Auilrmwy. It 1. .aid to be
quite tqnal in depth of feeling and bold*
I ei* ot artistic ctuieepiion to any previous
uoik of thu Ijiiiiga.ian uinaier.
Tlioma* Nasi, whom- great sncoe*. as a
riiriiiittirl.t ha. not killed hi* original de*
t-lretu l.ei-oine a hiritfirii'fil piilnier, .{lent
I-.-.- winter in the work of hi* heart, aud
pr iilttC'd I�� n picture* on .rent, of the war
' t llie rebellion, lliu, all Ihe ���nine, be I.
s ill bk' ly io win umr. lam* ilt blaokaud
-��� uue than li- oil*.��� Hartford Cour.nl.
INTERESTING  PERSONAL*.
Oeronlino, th. f.uiuu* renegade Apaohe,
I* now a juatleeof >he |N)nc. ill Alabama.
The f-Mie.1 aborlhaiiil writer in th. world
li a yiiimg Dublin geutieiuan, Ginrgu Hun-
iiitry.   He cau writ. 250 word, in a mlu-
UU*.
Dr. Emily A. Bruce declare* that mora
"��� iiun iu New England di. rweaoaa of
f ally drea* than from all aontugiow
i.initit**** rttuiliiiiefl.
Mr*. Claudia Herrera, a Mexican woman,
died in Sim Kratic-im-u the niher day al tba
a u of 120. Iirr ntqiiaiiitaiii't-* ai. poai-
t re Uteri* ia no ini.tiu* abutit her age.
Mni. Biilch, of Bar Harbor, U.<��� I* 88
year* oltl, but the utber day .bo climbed
IImu-Ii hill. TUO feet abov* tb. rarfaw of
tin-1 lie, aud wiuiu'l oveu tired out by bar
um rtion.
Mr*. Alice K maev, a niece of Andrew
i!iit'k*oii, who waa boru In Alglera, La,,
r irv-riar* ao, tllnl at Phoenix, Alaska,
June8.   Mr*. ltiuiasy wa. a field uur*.
Lining the I't-lieliuill.
Mr*. MaryPbilbiHikcannotl:aexamined
f r iitltiii-.-ii.il In th" bar In Now Jersey In-
itaii*e the aupreuie court of that *tate hna
���ended that the weight of reason la
against the granting of anoh an admlaelon.
NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court for
East Kootenay will be held at the
Court House, Donald, on Monday tho
13th day of August, 1894, at 11 o'clock
a.m.
By order,
S. Reiuiiiave,
Donald, B.C., Recorder.
July 2nd, 1894.
NOTICE.
Application   for    Certificate  of  In
provenient*.
PRINCESS MAY   M1XU1IAI, CLAIM.
Take notice that I, A. L. Hogg, Free
Miner's certificate No. 2:1317, intend,
GO days from date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements for the put-pose of
obtaining a crown grant of 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 first day of June, 1894.
A. L, Houci.
gitointf-so (ffiu*&a.
Hon. J, A. LouaiiEiiii, Q,C.
G. S. McCauter,
fj3Ughce<l   A   McCnrter,
Barristers, Advocates, Solicitors, Notaries
Kte���, Etc.
Solicitors l'or Hank uf Montreal.
CAUlAitv, - N.W.T.
.fljl'lISO-V  and WU I'I I.Hit
Members Assocn.'D.L.S. A P.L.S, for B.C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYORS., Civil Engineer*, Draughtsmen, Valuators, etc Calgary ant! Now Westminster. Correspondence solicited..
U..I���Ji;i'ilso.\, D.L.S.,I'.L.S. of B.C. &Ont.
Camiary. Alba.
A. 0. WiiEEIjEII, D.L.S. A I'.L.S. of ll.C.
Nuw Westminster B.C.
Hli'Gai-tliy   A   llnrvt-y,
Barristers, Advocates, Notaries, &c.   Solicitors tori���
'llie Imperial Hank of I'aiiail.i.
The Canada i'eriiiiuieiit Loan & Saving* Co.
'I he Yorkshire I nun J; SociiritiesCorporiitioi!
The MiiS*ey*Hiirrib Co, (Ltdi. etc., etc.
Ollicos���Stephen Avenue, Calgary,
P, MuCAlll'IIY, Q.O.
Il0R,VUB IlARVEV, B.A. L.L.B.
NOTICE !
In the Supremo Court of British Columbia!
in th* leaner of Archibald McMurdo deceased
and iu the matter of the Olliti.il Ailiuiiiisir..-
tor* Act, dated the Fifteenth day of May, A.
I). IHU41 upon reading theartiil.'.vits,if Arthur
Patrick Ciiiiimitis and Herbert George Low
It I* ordered that Arthur Patrick ('11111111111.-,
Ofliciul Administrator tor tho County Court
District of Kootenay, shall be Administrator
of all and singular tbe good*, ihatii Is ..ml
credit* nf Archibald McMurdo deceased mnl
that this order he published iu the (tul.liBN
tRA newspaper fur ihe period of sixty days.
(Signed)  Wm. WARD SPINKS,
Local Judge of Supromo Court.
The creditor* of Archibald MeMtiriln. la'e
���if Golflen, in tho District of Kontenny, niitier,
loeoasotl, are rotpiired within sixty day*
from thi* date, to send me particulars nf their
t'laim*. After tlieexpiratiou uf the sniil sixty
lay* I shall proceed wilh the ilistributioii tif
the said estate.
Dated ut Duii.-.lil, ill the District uf Kootenay, thi* -illril May, Mil.
A. P. CUMMINS,
Ofliciul Ai'inluistriitor.
NOTICE..
In tho County Court of Kootenay liolden at
he EustCrossing ut the Collltllhi,. liver tin
the matter of the guud* of Tmbert Tlnirnbiii-y
leeeasetl, anil iu the matterof the 1 IIHcbll
jV'biiiuUtratitr* Act; date I the Fifteenth day
uf May. tHW: upun reading the arllilavit tit
George O-ldin
It is nnloretl that Arthur I'.triil* Ciinunins,
'iflii-inl Aihiihiistriilnr till- the ('entity Court
Oistrietnf Kontoniiv, sh.,ll bo Ailinhiistriilor
of nil ami siii'j-ul..r the good*, chattels anl
credit* nf Roliei-t Thorn'mry tleeeasoil, nml
that thi*order ho pitbllahntl in the linui-;-
Eua newspaper for the periotl uf sixty ili.ys,
(Signed)   Wi!. WARD Sl'lNKS,
Judge,
The creditors nf RoliertThornbury, latent'
Wiiiilerniere, ill lho District uf Knotonny,
farmer, dei'iinMid, are required, -vitlilu sixty
day* from this date, to semi me particulars nt
their claims. I'-miii til"expiration of the Haiti
sixty ilavs I shall proceed with the distribution of the sniil estate.
Dated at Donald, in the District ul Kutttc
nay, thi* Uinl May, 1WM.
A. 1'. CUMMINS,
Official Administrator.
lUPTURESS
;w-HHHHBM*M��*tp-->a TruaecH, witli
perfect eaue to wearer than cy all other
ri-'Vl-r4">riiiiiltliifil They etftlnlarRost
Rupture u'ltter ���evuren Btraiu. Auye-
tem offlttlnffhai been perfected tho
iMt 88 yea-rt. fully etiual toporaonnl
examination h�� imill.   87 noton-u
IftXSSaBDItFORIrJITY
nmniif""
, III Sine Ut-W./I'iKoi
LESLIE C. HILL,
Assoc. Mem. Inst. C.E.
M5NIXO    I**V<!��IXF.ER,
CooiiUANE, Ai.iia.-Ft. Steele, B.C.
A.   LEOFRED,
(Graduate of Laval and Mel iill.)
JiixiK  j:\v;imi ��-:k.
Head Office, Queiieo ;  Branch  Offices
SiiEltitiiooKB, &, 17 Place d'Armes
Hill. MontreaIj.
MIXES, A MINERAL PRODUCTS.
Samuel S. Fowler, E.M.,
MEM. AM. INS. M.E.
Mixn'g:* t:\friBx-i;a:it.
I'roperties repnr'eil tiiiun.     Estillilltes and
plans fur ad u,el..llurgici.l plant*.
P. 0. Box 1,    -    Golden, B.C.
W. PELLEW HARVEY,
F.C.S. (LONDON.)
Assay llloce* A- Clieiuleal l.iiliorutory,
(Established hi B.C. in 188!).)
Vancouver,      ���      L.C.
Bank Of Montreal.
���L'AIjGAIIY.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest at Current rates.
W. B. GRAVELEY, .Manager.
MAXUEL DAINARD,
Livery L Feed Stables,
Sadiio Hoi'ses for Hire.
<.(ii.EM::v,
R.C.
HULL BROS ti CO.,
lViioletir-.k-and Hctail
3 U T G HERS.
Uattle, SI:eep and
Horso Dealers.
GOLilEW,   B. C.
| J. SMART & CO. j
Undertakers and I
j .   -   .   tiiiibalmers,      \
I    Cultfttry     -     -     Alba.    [
TEIjEUUAI'II    OIIIIBRS    I'UOMl'l'I.Y    j
' Al'TENIIl'lll   TU. '
l'10?i'F,i'j�� CAIKT SHOP.
If yuu ivaui yniii- house I'liinted. l'lijierril
or Oalsiiaiiiieil. or aav kind ul a sicu I'aiiileil
H'1'itet.i.l. II. MII.I.WAl'D. C.M.UAKV, tho
i.Ollllllut I'aitit *-lui|i in the Host, fur -riiml
Work inul price* that are ri-rht.
DSiUltJl Tf? I "III tuiiil(i-'BBB),on receipt
t l���ir LK<3. ofii Ustamp,a reeeipelhr ii
sint|>le VEOETAHLE HALM that will re
move Ton, Freckle*. Pimple*. Illoti-lie*.
Uliieklie-i'l*. i-*'-.. leavimr the skin soft,
clear nnd lieaiiHfiil. Address A. D. STEM
PEL, (10 Ann St., Now York.
Down With High Prices For
Electric Belts.
fl.55, $2.65,13.70- former prices 95, $7,
(HO. Qiinlty remains tho same���Iti different style*; dry battery and acid belts
���mild or strong current. Less than half
the price of any other company and more
home testimonials than all the rest to*
pettier. Full list free. Mention this
pupor. W. T. BAER & CO. Wu dsor, Out-
THE GOLDEN
Mining! Smelting
CO, (Limited)
PURCHASERS + OF + ALL + CLASSES + OF
For full particulars apply to
H. B. ALEXANDER, manager
euififci
^H. Ccnn&cher, Proprietor
Newly refitted and furnished. Strictly FIRST
CLjVSS in every respect. Sample Rooms for
Commercial men. Fire-proof safe for convenience
of guests. Headquarters for mining men and
miners. Convenient to Station and Steamboat
Lauding. Direct importer and wholesale and
retail dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
Special attention given to orders from u,. the
Columbia River.
HARRY    CONNACHER,
GOLDEN,        -        B.C.
SPORT1NGJH300D3.
My stock is the largest and most complete in the
Province.
An immense stnek of W. W. Gvesr.er's, J. C. Ulabroiigh
& Eros, W. H. Tisdall's, and \T. Richard's shot guns,
All calibers of Winchester and Martin rifles.
Every description of cartridge, both rifle and shot gun.
Trappers' Supplies a Specialty.
Goods all bought
for Spot Cash and
imported direct.
Prices tlie lowest.
Quality the   best.
 .     _ ,    , Correspondence
WHOLMSME  ft  HET/ilL. solicited.
CHARLES E. TISDALL, YANCOUVE R, B^C.
"REMOVAL.
W. ALEXANDER has removed to Calgary, and v/ill be pleased to execute all
orders sent to him tliere. Work left with
0. A. Warren, Golden, and It. W. Patmore,
Donald, will be promptly forwarded.
Remember the address.
W. Alexander, Calgary. Awarded
Highest Honors���World's Pair.
Mm
+ CREAM
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Fret
bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
COItONKU'S    INQUEST.
An inquest was held at Field by
Coroner Manuel on August 1st. US! 4,
to enquire into lhe deaths of ll.nton
Whentley, engineer and Alfred Hunt
fireman, who were killed by tbo explosion of the boiler of engine No. iJ 14.
on July 30th.
FltEii Johnson, sworn, deposed : I
am n conductor and live at Field. On
the niitbt of tbe ilOth I was in charge
of n freight train, there v.-rrp 8 cars.
At the lime of tbe accident I wns sitting on top of the second car in front
of the engino that exploded. I heard
a report but did not. pay miu-li attention to it. I thought it was a rock
slide. I saw tho dust on the mountain and saitl to my hrakeman Crump,
who was sitting beside me, it is going
to strike our car, and I prepared to
save myself if the ear went over.
When the dust cleared I saw tbe boiler
rolling down the hill and it struck the
car I was on nnd knocked it over, I
jumped ns it went over. I went at
once to recover the bodies. AVbeatloy's
body wns found between 25 and SO
yards from the explosion, below the
track and Hunt's body from 150 to
250 yards off in the some direction.
My brakemaii Crump found Wbeatley's
body. Hc said I havo found one of
them, I do not know who it is, then
ho said it is Wbeatley. Ho searched
his pocket and took his valuables, S87
iu paper money. I do not know
whether tlio engineer took water at.
Field or not.
John Oiimiston, sworn, said: I
am an engineer, live at Field, I have
run No. 1114,1 ran it about il years ago
for a month at u time and a few spare
trips since, lust winter. At that time
I considered it safe, I hnd no fault Io
find with it except that the boiler
leaked at times. No. 314 is exnetly
the same as 313. Continual work
will cause a leakage There have been
oases of the safely valve sticking and
causing nn explosion, but tbe gauge
ought to show directly the gauge
sticks. In my opinion a boiler here
ought to lust 10 years and on tho
prairie with   similar   water, 25 years.
Cross-examined by the Foreman: ���
Last time I drove No. 311 was tlie end
of April or beginning of May. It wis
all right then except for a little leakage. Thero are fusible plugs in the
crown sheets of the boiler, they could
not lie bare more than a few seconds
before melting. Tbo front end of the
tubes might get uncovered before the
plugs when the engine was ou a heavy
griule. The safety valves will easily
carry off any steam made, which is
not being used, that is when tho
throttle is shut oil. If the front ends
of the tubes were bnro and water was
turned in I cannot say what the result
would be. It would probnyly make
steam.
David Inches, sworn, said: 1 am
assistant locomo'ive foreman at Field.
I remember No. 314 going out on tlie
30th. She had been out a considerable
time before starting on that trip. The
engineer took water before leaving.
The engineer made uo complaints after
the engine camo from tho shops with
the exception of some conl falling
through the grate.     Before it went to
t'ie shops tliere was -01110 trouble with
I the tubes of tbe, boiler. I cannot account for tlio explosion, I do not know-
when oil was teste I. It would blow
off nt Ull lbs. pressure when stnnding
and 188 lbs. when running. Tbe do-
ceased, Wbeatley, wits 11 very careful
driver -nd Hunt ti careful fireman. I
should not think it wns any fault of
theirs. I have been here since Nov,
1st. As far as I know the boiler was
in good repair. The engine only came
out of the shops on 27th July after
Iieing repaired,
John Oaiiiimi.i,, sworn, sniil: I am
locomotive foreman at Canmore. I
know engine 814, it caine to the shops
on June 25th and was turned out on
j July 2'lth. A small patch was put on
I the lire box and 55 tubes in the boiler
and some other repairs were done to
tboingine, I examined the part of the
boiler we were working at. The boiler
bad been leaking. We took off the
small patch and put on a larger one.
There was a similar patch put on tho
opposite side about a year ago. I did
not, take out all tbe Hues when repairing tlie boiler. The boiler was made
in Philadelphia in 1HF4 or 1885. I
considered it a good boiler. The length
of time a boiler can be used depends on
the water put in it. This boiler should
have been good for 20 years with
proper euro and repairs. Is blows off
at a pressure of 140 lbs. I did not
make a practical test before turning
the engine out. Wo had not done
sufficient repairs to warrant my doing
so. There is a boiler inspector on the
road, his headquarters are at Winnipeg. Some of the boilers are inspected
twice a year, particularly the high
priced ones. Thero is no Government
inspection as far as I know. The inspector was at Field iu April or May
and the repairs were done on his report. I cannot give any*clue to the
accident. I never saw anything like
it. I have been railroading some
years. Since 18 iO. I never saw 11
boiler so broken up. I knew Engineer
Wbeatley and Fireman Hunt, they
were both capable and of good judgment.
Cross-examined by Foreman : - I examined tho engino casually at Can-
more. I considered it safe or I would
not have let it go out. The patch is
still there.
The jury after deliberating about 15
minutes returned ihe following verdict:
"That Burton Wbeatley, engineer of
C.P.R. Co.'s engine No. 314 and Alfred Hunt, fireman of same engine,
met their deaths by the explosion of
the boiler of above engine on the 30th
July, 1894. The cause of the explosion
we ure unable to determine or elicit
from the evidenco now before us.
The jury was composed as follows :
H. C. Killeen, foreman, J. Carlin, F.
Kobeck, A. Cederholm. A. Hanson,
and C. Wyckoff.
The Coroner ondeavored with nil
possible means to get expert evidence
to exnmine the remains of the boiler,
but as it was impossible to get any
nearer than Montreal, after a careful
examination of engine men and
mechanics the jury decided ou the
above finding.
I*hotoffrii|ilic*r Coiuln-r.
W.   J.   Gould,   the   photographer,
will visit Golden for 11 few days only.
Those wishing  photos, will  please be
ready from 15th to 21st August.
TI.E GOLDEN HOSPITAL
(Continued from Pago 2.)
FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
Gulden Hospital Society's statement
of expenditure and revenue for year
ending 30th June, WM.
EXPENllirURB.
On capital account:
Buildings S4.X4.14
Furnishing**     7'i4.(j4
    847(18 18
Dpr Columbia K��yCo,
Qulilun Hospital Society.
IIOUIIS  POll CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
" 2 p.m. " 4 p.m.
11       -*     11   11  g   11
Sunday  from   10 a.m. to  12 iu., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
VISITINO HOURS.
From 2:30 p.m.  to 8 p.m., daily,
except Monday and Saturday.
Br OiuiEii.
On current accounts:
Salaries   $1(184.19
Supplies     848.54
Drug's     131.23
Fuel        174.50
Insurance       (12.50
Total  	
HHVIiNUE.
On capital account:
Subscriptions ..41714.15
Government    3001.00
On current accounts:
Tickets and dues-��1(!28.50
Pay patients....    1U7.77
Govt, subsidy ..  1000.00
Entertainments,.     b'il.liO
$350(1 9(1
$8275 14
84714 15
Total
Balance	
8271)9 87
87514.C2
7lil 12
TREASURER1!*  ACCOUN
H.  Connacher  in  account
Gulden Hospital Sucieiy :
UR.
Roc. from Govt. ,.S;I500.C0
" subscriptions 1287,15
Tickets and dues ...  259 L0
Pay patients A sale
of drugs     122.90
Entertainments   ..      (ili.liO
Contractor as deposit   50.00
88275 14
r.
with the
$5282 65
CR.
Paid for buildings $2573.1">
"    furnishing ..    2d i.l 1
"   salaries   1399.19
"   supplies ....    284.39
"   drugs      58(i.la
"   fuel       69.00
"   insurance...      (12.50
Cash iu hand       42.15
Statement of liabilities und
on 30th June, 1894 :
i.i.utit.iriKS.
Martin & Co $ 121.28
iM. Duiimrd  40.00
Hope & Co  G9.50
Hull Bros  115.05
Nursj Simpson  20.00
Dr. Taylor  2G5.00
C. Payne  30.00
M. B. Lang  7J.S8
C. A. Warren .... 205.04
Carlin & Lake.... 374.41
Jas. Henderson ... 144.45
85282 05
assets as
$14(11 17
ASSETS.
Owen & Caiman .. .$   4.G5
Upper O.N.Co     28.25
VV. Neilsou    1U0.U0
W. C. Wells      25.00
B.C. Govt   500.C0
Cash iu l reus, bands    42.15
    $ 700 05
Balance        701 12
$1411 17
Audited Aug. 8th, 1894,
J. F. Armstrong, E. Plowright,
Auditors.
The following   subscriptions  were
omitted in the list: ���A, Penzer, Dun
aid, $20 j W. L. Houston, $5.
Don't forget that this is the last
week ot the Great Stock Taking Sale
at Carlin & Lake's. Next Saturday
will be the lust day of the sale���20
per cent oS for cash.
Steamers will leavo
Every Tuesday at 7 a.m,
Passenger Hates about 5c. per mile.  Meals 50c.
Freight I^eites.
To Canal Flat A. $1.75; B. 1 CO; C. 1.40; D. 1.20.
To Fort Steele A. 3.00; B. 2*0; C. 2.00; D. 1.50.
Rate A. to include Class 1 nnd 2 of Canadian Freight Classification
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" *J
Shipments of 10,000 lbs., of mixed goods to be entitled to car load rates. Freight will be delivered as far
south as navigation will permit and will be charged for
according to distance transported.
Express Rate to Fort Steele 5cts. per lb.
The Company's liability on express parcels being limited to $2 per lb
1 per cent will be charged on excess value mentioned on Bill of Lading.
T. B. H. COCHRANE, President;       F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
:M.   B.   LANG.Z*
iDfyAG-fl
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PATENT MEDICINES
CLOTHING. TINWARE, FANCY TOBACCOES
BOOTS & SHOES,        STATIONERY, PIPES,   Etc.,   Etc.
Fine Groceries a Specialty.
Apples,
Cranberries,
Oranges,
Lemor|s.
M. B. LANG,        Golden, B.C.
GOLDEN SASH & DOOR FACTORY &
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufactures of Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets, besides continuing the Machine Shop work.
Have on hand a lot of Wash Busin and Bath
Fittings.
HOUSTON  &  CO.

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