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V)
HE GOLDEN ERA.
vol. v. no. aa
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, MAY :'.. 18CG.
$J Per Year
NEW:
Hats, Caps,  Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
Going Cheap !   .
.      .   Don't Miss Them !
HUDSON'S
BAY CO.
(INCORPORATED 1070.)
"A Drop
"In the Bucket"
OI'IITOWN.
(Jnlilen, on the iniiin line of llie Canadian
l'ucific Railway, at its connection with the
steamboat navigation of the Columbia river :
the mineral ami eoiiuiieri'iiil centre of _astern
llritish Columbia; headquarters uf th : Oolden .Smelting works, the Upper Coluinliia
Navigation Cu., and lumber Industryi the
outlet for the widely known and far
I laiiieil agricultural nml gritting bind nf the
I Columbia & Kootonny Vi.lloys; unrivalled
far scenery of nil kinds; the distributing
point fur the richest uiiueriil country uu the
continent.
See Bargain Counter for One Week, commencing on Monday 13th inst.
Mattrasses, Spring & Iron Beds.
CHAS.   A. WARREN,
KOOTENAY HOUSE,
GOLDEN,   B.C.,
H. D.iHUME, Prop.
doesn't amount to much,
but a drop in prices
amounts to a whole lot
to mist people. That's
what has happened in
the Grocery Department
of the \\ig Store on Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason why
you shouldn't fret the
benefit bo drop us a card
and get more valuable
information on the subject.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Neilson of   Beaver
were in town on Thursday.
Tne Oddfellows of the town celebrated the 77th anniversary ot their order
by attending St. Paul's Church on
Sunday evening last when liro. ltev.
Arcbdeucon McKav preached an interesting and impressive sermon, which
will be found on page two, suitable to
tlie occasion. The turn out was very
good and speaks volumes for the
growth of the lodge which was instituted here a little over a year ago.
Eev. Mr. Wood of Revelstoke favored us with a visit this week.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALGARY,  ALTA.
GILMOUR'S
Rheumatic Wafers
GUARANTEED TO CURE
Mr, \V. G. Mitchell-limes has re*
turned from his trip to the coast. He
reports much activity in tlie mining
circles.
The Gun Club will shoot for the new
gun iu a week or so. The secretary
states that all things are flying well
���especially the birds.
The bicycles are getting quite numerous in town nnd still they are arriving
We even now hear amusing stories of
experiences got while riding in the
Rockies.
Miss Maria Joussaye who, for the
past ten months, lias been doin. Western Ontario, Manitoba and the Territories as a special correspondent, will
stay off here for a dny or two next
week. SI13 wintered at Banff from
which point she lias contributed some
very interesting articles on the enjoyment of winter life iu the National
Park. She is about to take a trip to
the Artie regions and will leave Athabasca Lauding May lath, accompanied
by her nephew und two Indian guides
furnished by tlie Hudson's Bay Co.
H. G. PARSON,
GENERAL  MERCHANT.
������ -.
Rheumatisn,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica,
Inflamation of
Lungs.Lagrippe and all Fevers
J. G.  TUMI'LETOX'S
Calgary.
fieux Goods
Arriving constantly
And My Stock In All Lines
Is Very Complete.
DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT THIS STORE
IF YOU WANT
BARGAINS
As Having: Adopted The
CASH SYSTEM
I Am Enabled To Offer
VERY LOW  PRICES.
The Neilson Furniture Co
(Limited)
Will mail, free ol charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalo.iier, and Price
Lists to any person sending them
their address.
The  Neilson    Furniture  Co.,
Calgary, Alberta.
We are glad to notice that the crossing of the side track of the C.P.R.
approaching the station has been tilled
in. This will be a great help to those
taking freight.
Capt. Armstrong has commenced i
bring his ore from tlie Vermont creek
silver mine down the river per S.S.
Duchess to Golden, nnd will shiji it
from here to one of tlie smelters.
Alexander  Block.
HERE
rr
ISP
The addro-s of thc man
that will do your
WATCH   ���   REPAIRING
There will bs service iu the Presbyterian Church to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock, conducted by lhe Rev.
Mr. Glassford, and also in the evening
at 7:30 o'clock by Mr. Pox burgh of
Field.
The Town Committee has been doing
good work by obtaining for us a port
of entry at Golden. This will be a
great saving to the general merchants
and the hotels snd will of course include 'he post oiliire service.
Any one who has ever had an attack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate escape from a seitte of that distressing ailment, Mr. Stuinni is foreman of Merriam's confectionery establishment. Some months ago. on leaving the heated work room to run across
the street on an errand, lie was caught
out in tlie rain. Tiie result was that
when ready to go home that night he
was unable to walk, owing to iniiain-
natory rheumatism. He was taken
��� .oine, nnd   on   arrival   was placed in
ront of a good fire nnd thoroughly
i rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
During the evening and night be was
repeatedly bathed with this liniment,
and by morning was relieved of nil
rheumatic pains. He now takes
especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a
bottle of it in tlie house. For sale by
druggists Langley &. Co., wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouvei.
Assay Discrepancies,
The ''battery" assay, "car samples,*'
etc., of tlie Cotnstock are no more satisfactory than similar discrepancies
elsewhere. W. S Stratton, the Colorado millionaire mine owner, is better
situated in this regard than (''linstock
shareholders, as he is the individual
owner of  his properties which he ab.
Mr. Dollinadgo arrived at the beginning of the week from Toronto.   He is 'solutely   controls.     Growing tired of
The S.S. Duchess made her lirst trip
promptly and as it should be of tllB 8eiUJOn 0h TaMa^ ���_,,���, ,|10Uk)i
done.
6. I JJUqilEfl,
City Jeweller,
CALGARY,       -        Alta.
t--p-k msn on cap.
the continual difference between tho
reports of bis assayers and the smelter
returns, he has shutdown everything
that lie owns iu the shape of a mine,
ami proposes to resume only when bo
can handle his own ore from tlie tini)
it is taken out till the product goes to
the mint. He will build reduction
works of bis own, and under the new
system will have the satisfaction of
knowing whether up to tlie present
timo lie lias been treated justly by
those who have had the reduction of
his ores. The present shut down affects
nearly  500  employes, most of whom
ihe  water  was low  for the time oi wil1' ho**'ever' -M employi-enl under
year.     They had a very large amount ' t-~8 "ew te*'""c-
interested in some mining properties
in this neighborhood und went to
Ottertail on Thursday toexamino some
galena claims.
He also reports that Mr. Townsend
is preparing to commence active work
on the International Gold Mine. Mr.
Askwith is also making tlte same pre
parations for the Bobbie Burns mine
in the same district.
of freight including machinery for the
Wild Hose hydraulic mines.
I am requested to state that as tliere
has been in ciiculatiou in the neighborhood some reports relative to Mr.
Bostock's past career, which ure calculated to be very hurtful to his pol.-
Ileal campaign-all such reports are
entirely unfounded uud absolutely
incorrect.
<'..lil.'.. llospltul Society.
HOUItS Foil CONSULTATION.
From 9:80 a.m. to 11 a.m.
"      2  p.m. "  4 p.m.
"       7     "   "  o   "
Sunday from   10 a.m. to  12 in., and
from 7 p. m. to H pin.
VISITI.NII HOURS,
From 2ril0 p.m.  to 8 p.m., daily
except Monday and -suUi'dtiy. ��� il inlay
M, 1 .vest, i
1,1,."!'   I'll   I
Is iiu  ,.
A ,.',' V.N
Al'.".'
the n lie
tO insill'
All "n
...LUlied every
catch the eitht
n   mail  for the
i" i, ,5,,'cln etc |
il...n  ll. 111111.0.11!
,'ililliuil IN
'ires  must be iu
a, mi Thursday
'','inar"r, from
����� !l I'liulitaiiuril.
A.lv
h!" km
mi.i! ui riuiijiiiig uinfiiai
SATURDAY, MAY 2, W)
, At length the session of tbe Dominion Parliament has closed and with it
the Parliament itself comes to ,,n end
This Parliament will always be re
membered, both on account of its exceptional longth, and from the number
of unusual incidents whicli have occurred during the period of its existence. Itis scarcely probable that it
will ever happen again that with one
party iii power throughout the entire
Parliament, it should be led by no less
than four Premiers, Sou reel v had lint
House met than it was realised that
the life work of its leader, Sir John A.
Macdouald, was well nigh done.
Scarcely live years have elapsed since
those bright June days, when the
tho ights of all Canadians were turned
to Ottawa, and from the Atlantic to
the Pacific men were anxiously watching for the reports from the sick room
in Irl irnsclilC') and hoping against hope
that the ''Old Chieftau" might still be
spared to tbem. Antl when at last on
that Saturday evening the word came
��� ������He is dead"-the people could
scarcely realise that it was true and
that, the familiar face ami ligure would
never moro be seen iu tlie old haunts.
But uu one then could have imagined
what havoc deatlt was to work ill the
ranks of tlie members of that Parliament, and hoc before it came to a
close two other successors of Sir John
were also to pass away, and another
ol bis old colleagues, in tbe last hours
of ils last session, should signify that.
iie too would resign to other hands
the heavy yet honorable responsibility
..the Premiership of Canada and tbe
leadership of the great Conservative
party.
Ovit toughest   to live   In of any known re*
,  gion where  white  men  live and have
their being.
A writer in the Washington I'ost
says: "Alaska is easily entitled to
the blue ribbon for having the meanest
eliinate iii creation." In winter the
thermometer sinks to (iO below zero.
In summer it is as hot as the equator,
the mercury climbing to 100, The
journey from Sitka is made by wagon
or on foot, 100 miles, to the Yukon
region. Here tlie travellers are still
25 miles from tbo gold mines. They
must cut down (reus and build rude
rafts to float them down the river to
ivitnnapplb tbo diggings, The gold is found in
creeks and streams.
The trip can scarcely be made at all
in winter by white men. But so soon
as the suns rays melt the snow and ice
in spring there come millions upon
millions of mosquitoes, midges und tho
worst insect pests known to man. The
writer in the Post says they sometimes
drive men insane. All the same, we
shall subdue these obstacles. We
shall build a railway which shall do
away with the terrible wagon journey
over the divide. Aa to mosquitoes, it
has been found that a plentiful sprinkling of kerosene will not only drive
tbem away, but kill them.
The somewhat, peculiar natno of the
society is explained by the fact that it
was adopted at a time when the severance into sects and classes was so wide
that persons aiming at social union
and mutual help wero a marked exception to the general rule. Traces of the
recorded business of the society can be
found for 151 years back.
Our gathering hero to-night is, as I
have suid, for tlie purpose of celebrating the 77th anniversary of the introduction ami establishment of the order
iu the new world, where the principles
of our society have spread with such
rapidity that it now rivals in membership and influence tlie great I'rateimil
orders   in   tliu world.    In a few mure
world, of one so wide and powerful in
its influence for all that is good and
noble, may well therefore be publicly
and duly celebrated in this enlightened
19th century. It is, alas, almost a
fruitless task for ine to-night to attempt to represent the blessings that
havo been reaped by brothers of the
mystic tie in the days of adversity and
tribulation during the past 77 years.
In glancing over a table of statistics
ono has but a faint concept!' n of the
power for good- to the wido\ nd tho
orphan which flown iingi .riugly
fr-rui tlio Treasuries of iuj order
throughout the world. There are now
ii. the iiLirliborhood of one million
votaries of Odd fellowship.   Thru num-
years   hence I venture to predlot that ber represents so many true uud loyal
Dogs Weneral Weyler expect that
his polite "regrets" will atone for the
horrible treatment of tlie young American citizen, Didgiido, at Dolores, Cuba?
Ily a miracle Delgndo has been preserve 1 lo tell what, are real lender
mercies of General Weylcr's suldiety.
Shall American citizens he dragged
from their homes ami butchered by the
murderous machete? As Delgado was
dragged away from his home he pro-
tested ih.it he was au American citizen.
"So much the worse for you," said the
Spanish o'Scui'i striking bim iu thu
irf ir thn i titm s. 'i w-i'i!.I like to
sui ju!'. as I .in I real ing ,
roil." Delgndo was first shot. Then j
neuf the Spaniards cried. "This fellow is still alive!' aud hacked bim
across   the   faco   ami    head    with   a
jV.'.'luleac.i!.   McKay's   Sermon  to tbe
Oddfellows.
"What mean ye by this Service." ���
Ex. 12cli., 2(i verse.
It is quite evident that God desires
that all who acknowledge him should
also be intelligent worshippers. He is
not satisfied with tlie mere prostrate
form, or with stupid solemnity and
awe. He asks that his people should
adore Hiin, and also thut they should
understand what they are doing whenever tbey come into His presence.
Therefore, when through the great
lawgiver, Moses, He gave dirtCtions
concerning the annual observance of
tbe great Jewish festival. He hilly
expected that the curiosity of tlie
young anil the uninitiated would be
aroused, and He made provision for
this laudable and intelligent curiosity
to be gratilied. He arranged that
their interest should he a wakened by a
pictorial drama enacted before tliein.
Tne whole family was to gather annually around the family altar, und
thore circumstances occurred whicli
st l'l'cd up the mind of the onlookers to
enquire of those conversant with the
mystic rites and ceremonies: "What
mean yo by this service?"
In replv to such a question some
aged and respected member of each
Hebrew family would then recite tlie
history ol that proud time, when
Egypt wiih all its attendant hardships
and miseries was left behind and the
Hebrew nation went forth free under
the protection of their God. It wus
indeed a night much to be observed
unto the Lord.
You, my brothers of tliu Independent
tinier of Oddfellows, who aro gathered
hero to-night to celebrate tho 77th
anniversary of the inception of Odd-
fellowsltip in America are simply conforming thereby to uu ancient, laudable and pious custom. We come as a
fraternal body, whose organization is
fast  enveloping  this globe, to bow to-
when the wonderful adaptation to tlte
wants of mankind which tbe Order of
Oddfcllowship has acquired is mure
generally known, there will be no reason for any sensible mini to ask lhe
question of my text to-night, concern-
any of its future commemorative
.services, "What mean ye by this
service?"
The   words   of the following hymn
must, I   think, fittingly   express   the
feelings   of   every true brother of our
blessed order here to-night:
O praise our God to-day,
His constant mercy bless,
Whose love hath helped us ou our way
And grunted us success,
0 happiest work below,
Earnest of joy above,
To sweeten many a cup of woe,
By deeds of holy love.
I said wlien commencing my sermon
to-night, that God desires all who enters His courts to render Him intelligent service and worship. For the
furtherance of such au end in connec-
t on with our special meeting tonight
1 would here state briefly some of the
great duties of that order whose 77th
anniversary is being appropriately observed by prayer and praise tu '.hat
God under whose guidance and govern
atice till things exist. That apostle
who in lho most beautiful and forcible
muniier taught the world that most
impottant lesson of fraternity, namely,
that all men are of one family uud
that God as revealed to us in His Son
Jesus Christ is our common Father.
That same apostle has given Christian
communities wherever they exist the
following commandment for their observance : "Bear yo one another's
burdens, and so fulfil the law of
Christ."
In our secret endeavor as a society
to fulfil as far as iu us lies that great
est oft all commandments, we have imposed upon our members, for the improvement and exaltation of their
character the following five Christian
duties so prominently taught in holy
scriptures, namely :
To visit the sick.
To relievo the distressed.
To bury tlie dead.
To educate the orphan.
To aid the widow.
The time was when a largo majority
of people looked with suspicion and
listriist upon all secret societies. They
could not believo that any secret order
could be entirely allied with purity
and innocence. And yet such people
had only to look around ut the material world which surrounded tliein, and
think of that Col whom they professed
men, who are well worthy of the sacred
trust committed to th dr charge ���a
trust which even grim death cannot
dissolve. Ah, who amongst us tonight can presume to tell of the want,
destitution and misery that bus been
averted from thousandsupoii thousands
of homes since ihe introduction of our
fraternal benevolent society, Who
-hull tell us to-night of the tears that
have been wiped away and dried, or of
tho comforts that have come to many
tl widowed and orphaned home through
the secret but bounteous channel of
our mystic order. Could we but see
the widow on bended knee, pouring
out heartfelt gratitude to God as the
claims of our brotherhood descended
to her fatherless children, then might
we be duly impressed witli the far-
reaching influence for good io mankind
which Oddfcllowship has attained.
Such a sight would in itself call forth
tbe coininemoration,praise and thanksgiving from even thosu who are unacquainted with tlio solemn and sublime truths taught within tiie ii" er
veil of cur altars
Some,   us agt an ardent mem hot of
TABLE
Show Ins tlie.lutes and places of Courts
of jIhsIzo, Mat 1>.I us, Oyer und Terminer, and Uenorul Gaol Delivery .
for tliu Year 181)11.
Si'niNO Assizes.
t   nnimo  Tuesday ... 5th May
N     Westminster.Tuesday .. 12th May
Vu     uiver Tuesday ., Wih May
Clin oi Monday ..25th May
Victoria Tuesday .. 2Gth May
Kamloops Monday 1st June
Vernon Monday 8th June
'.N'elson  Monday.. . 15th June
���Donald Monday... 22nd June
'���"Special Assize.
9-5T ...������-���/-���''V-Vi j
EXAMINATION Foit CERTIFICATE
IN ASSAYING.
Bureau of Mines,
Victoria, B.C., 8th April, 189G.
ON HAVING LEARNED that many
who desire to obtain the above
Certilieute do not feel sufficiently prepared for tlte examination it was proposed to hold here during tbe last week
of this month, the Hon. the Minister
of Mines has decided to postpone said
examination until the autumn, when
it may be held at two or three places
in the Province for the better convenience of tbe candidates; due notice
tu be given of the time, places, and examiners appointed by the Minister.
An excellent book on assaying, em-
bracing most of the best and latest
methods for all the metals required for
this examination, Furmau's "Manual
Assaying,' $:>.C0, John
, New   Vork, is strongly
our   orde
hope   for
if rted '
iiiii'.
he to
night   before the altar of our common
Father and   Creator, to  bless   and to |t0 worship and they  would at once bo
machete.      Hnl even I ben lie lived, al- , , , , ,
fll| I praise Him for the marvellous growth , confronted with Impenetrable secrecy
and progress of our order which has lls regards the former and latter. Thut
been truly termed " the handmaid of secrecy is advantageous at times is
virtue and religion."
Most   of   tbe secret societies which
exist in the world to-day lay claim, as
United States: *���''-"-��� ~"'e wel~ ~**v'll'~!' t0 ~~ venerable au-
I tiquity. And so does that of Oddfel*
lowship. The most common account
of its origin ascribing it to tlie Jewish
legion under Titus, who, it is asserted,
received from that Emperor its first
The gold mines in Alaska aro some- charter written on a golden tablet,
times claimed to be the richest on the The institution however is more getier-
globe. Tbey ought to be. They are ally admitted to have had its founda-
the   hardest   to reach of any, and the, tion   about   the first half of   the 18th
though the men wiih him, peace
laborers on lho Delgado plantation,
were not so fortunate Through what
seems almost another miracle, Delgado
has heen able to send tbo story of the
outrage to his country, the United
Srates. What will tl
do about it'!
(li.lrltl.'lils of the Yukon*
country   after   it   is   readied   is  the century
well known to the student of history.
The ages that are pa��t have sanctioned
tlie existence of secret societies. And
at the present period when civilization
has I might say reached its zenith tho
land is life with all manner of secret
institutions, all competing with eacli
other to improve and elevate the character of man, to enlighten his mind
and bring within his grasp his own
capabilities for good in whatever
sphere of life be may be engaged.
The anniversary of the introduction
of  a society  like our own iu tlie now
ex pre.-.-... !
t lie wel faae
spread of our fraternity
ing glowing manner :
"Oui course is over oir.vard and wc
may look forward with confidence .o a
day not far distant when our society
shall find uu abiding pluce in every
village and hamlet in our land and the
smoke of our altars shall go up from a
thousand hills."
As i.e look back to-night at the
wonderful advancement and rapid
spread of our society we cannot but
feel that we are standing on tho threshold, of the speedy and complete realization of such a hope. Iu the midst
of our prosperity and especially ut an
hour like the present, wlien we have
come together to celebrate the 77th
anniversary of our order, let us not
forget to invoke the blcesing of our
Creator and Preserver upon our entire
brotherhood and neighborhood, nnd let
us pledge anew our sacred honor to be
ever faithful and true to tho principles
of our beloved order.
Remember that the work of Oddfel-
lowship will never cense until the
tears and woes of this life shall be forever submerged in the healing tide that
flows from the eternal fountain of
divine peace and love.
Now to God tho Father, God tho
Son and God the Holy Ghost be ascribed as is most justly due, all might,
majesty, dominion, uud power now.
henceforth aud forever,    Amen.
Wiley & !
reuommen
Wl'
..I   L
���OVrl.
CARLYLE;
ial Mineiiiiioiiist.
NOTICE!
A sitting of the County Court of
Kootenay will be held at the Court
House ut Donald, on Monday the 4th
day of May, 1893, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
By order,
J  S. Armstrong,
Registrar.
Donald, B.C., 6th April, 181HJ.
Golden Hospital Society,
HOURS FOR  CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
"       2  p.m. "   4 p.m.
ii        7      u    ii   y    ii
Sunday from  10 a.m. to 12 m., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
VISITING HOURS.
From 2:110 p.m.  to 8 p.m., daily
except Monday and Saturday.
ORES
SILVER,
LEAD,
CO    1?R
l'    ru lor prices,   (live assays, etc.
STA   "   ORE  SAMPLING   CO.,
DEN VEU,   |IOI,0.
WANTED.
. \        Weakness   N irv-
aV_fJr/a_.   ou?"*��-. Debility.
W%W    and all the train ol
i'ff V^   evils from early errors
I,)!-.._., J   or later excesses, tha
<j~-)retralts of overwork,
sickness, worry,  etc,
Full strength, develop,
ment snd tone given to
every organ and portion
of the body.  Simple,
natural methods.   Immediate  improvement
i.-.r-^.-.i.'.-���i\ seen.   Failureimpossi-
sV^iSAble.  2,000 references.
J Eoolt,explanation and
pror-la nuilctt (sealed)
ERIE MEDICAL GO., Bnfl.il, N,rb
Notice to the Public.
Having now become a permanent
resident of Golden, B.C., I am prepared to do all kinds of
Watch, Cij*;.: & iawelry
R3pa;rrtig
in the best style of the trade with the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive pro'npf attention.
JOllS   McMILLAlV,
Watchmaker  aad  Jeweller. -
Notice to Taxpayers.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
Donald Division of East Kootenav
District.
""COTICE is hereby given, iu ncconi-
���*����� aiice with tho Statues, that Provincial Riverine Tax and all tuxes
levied under the Assessment Act are
now due fur ihe year 18!) I, All of the
above named taxes collectable within
the Donald Division of East Kootenay
district, are payable at my office, tlie
Court House, Golden.
Assessed taxes are collectable at the
following rates, viz. :
If paid oi or before June .'10th lS'fl'l:
One half of one per cent on real property.
T.vo per cent on asscsseil value of
wild luud.
0 ie third of one per cent on personal property,
One half of one per cent on income,
If paid after June ilOth  IM!):!���
Twuihirds of one per cent on real
property.
Two and one half -ier cent on assessed value of wild laud.
One half of one per cent, on personal
property.
Three-fourths of one >er cent ou income.
Provincial Ii ���venue Tax 93.00 per
capita.
F. C. LANG,
Assessor and Collector.
Oolden, January 2nd, 1891.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Application for Gertllli'iitu ol  Improvements.
EXCELSIOR   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
freo miner's cert j ficate No. 4 JS39, in tend,
1.0 days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for tlio purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
Aud further take notice, that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certilieute of improvements.
Dated this seventh day of December
1895.
Walter Dainard,
By liis agent, F. W. Aylmer.
���gxx&imao taiuvina.
NOTICE!
Application    for,  t'citilWaUs (if  Improvements.
HIDDEN TREASURE   AND OIANT MINERAL   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Tlicmas Jones,
free minor's certitioate^No. 47848, intend
HO days from date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crowu grants of above
claims.
And further tako notice that adverse
claims must lie sent to the .Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Thos. Jones,
By his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dited this llth diiy of December,
1890.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, re Connaclier,���Connaclier
vs. Pither.
Pursuant to an order of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia made iu the
matter of the estate of Henry Cou-
liacher iu the suit of Connacher vs
Pither. The creditors of Henry Connacher, late of Golden, iu the District
of Kootenay. hotel keeper, deceased.
who died on or about tho mouth of
January, IHilii, are on or before the
first day of April, 1891. to send hy
vfliristersd letter to A. G. M. Spragge,
of Donald, In the District of Kooteiiny,
British Columbia, the solicitor for
James Stevens Connacher, the alio e
name! plaintiff, the executor uf the
deceased, their Christian and .-iiriiame
addresses and inscriptions, the full
particulars of their clniins.n statement
of their accounts, and the nature of
the securities (if any) held by them or
in default thereof they will lie peremp-
torilly excluded from the benefit of tlte
said order. Every creditor holding
any security is to produce the same
before James Ferguson Armstrong,
Registrar of the County Court at Donald, lhe Referee appointed by the
Court to take the accounts aud enquiries under the said order, at Itis
chambers at the Court House nt Donald in the Province of British Columbia on the 8th day of Auril, 1889, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon being tlie
time appointed for adjudication ou the
said claims.
Dated at Donald, in tho District of
Kootenay, British Columbia, this loth
duy of January, 189ii.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Referee appointed under the said order.
NOTICE!
Notice of Application for Certificate,.
of Improvements.
SIMCO- AND LANCASTER MINER A .
CLAIMS.
Take notice thi t I, John McRae,
free miner's certificate No. 'J14*>.i.
intend, sixty days from the date
lii-reof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining
Crowu grants of the above claims.
Aud further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced liefore
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By his agent F  W. Avi.MEll.
Dated Ihis 14th day of December,
1894.
Church Services.
The usual evening service will be
held to-morrow in St. Paul's Church
at 7:30 o'clock.
Methodist service will he held iu the
school house tomorrow morning al
10  o'clock, conducted by Mr. Robins.
Presbyterian service will be held
to-morrow evening in Knox
Church at 7:30 o'clock, conducted bv
Rev. T. f* Glassford, B. A.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that application will lie made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province
of British Columbia at the next, session for an set to incorporate a company for the purpose of constructing,
operating and working deep tunnels,
drifts or shafts for the purpose of exploring for, discovering, working,
getting, acquiring and recovering minerals situate iu blind veins, ledges or
'odes in the Districts of East and West
Kootenav, Yale and Cariboo, In tlie
Province of British Columbia, and for
entering upon and acquiring lands lor
snob purposes, nntl for collecting tolls
for the use of such tunnels or workings hy any other persons or companies engaged in mining aud for acquiring such water powers or privileges, rights or incidents, as may be
necessary for, or incidental or conducive to the attainment of the foregoing objects or any of them.
Hon. J, A. Louoheed, Q,C.
. McCarter.
IcHgliccd   A   IHcCartt-r,
Barristers, Advocates, Sol iters, Notaries
Etc., Etc,
Solicitors i'or Hank o Montreal.
OALOARY,   . - .N.W.T.
it. j. jrj-.pj.soi*-:,
D.L.S. A I'.L.S. fur II.C. DOMINION &
I'l.'tlVI.MlAI. I.AM) SI'liVKVill.',
Draughtsman, Valui.lnr.etc., ('A I,(IA1IY,
N.U'.l',   Correspondence Solicited.
II.J.JiJi'iisox, D.L.S.,I'.lj.S. uf ll.C. ���Ont.
(J..LOARV, Alliii.
P. LEAKE,
1111111111; I'liiji'iiiiM-i*.
��V   II   nllui-giMi*.
Reports ou properties a Specialty.
Gulden. B.C.
A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
Livery & Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
4s'��ijU*t:.v,
R.i
HULL BROS & Co.,
WIioltiMtleniMl ns-'fnil
BUTCH ERS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,   B. C.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
-   .   Embalmers,
Calgary     ���      ���       Alba
TELBltltAI'!!    ORDERS   PROMPTLY
ATTENDED    Til,
J,. J. STARFORTJ*,
FRUITS tt VEGETABLES.
Joie'en City Bakery.
Frash Bread Daily.
i.o.den Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients.
TICKETS may be bud from the undersigned or any member of tlie
committee.
PRICE Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
-icting Secretary,
A. E. HUMPHREYS,
(124 st
Applicant.
lUPTUREfc
.ore CORES
ave been ef-
CAV.4T-J.
TRADE MARKS,
DE8ICN PAT-IIT-.
COPYRIGHT.,   etc.
For Information and tree llaiiillkxik ..Tlto to
MUNN ��� CO., art lllioAiiu'AY, New Vein-.
Olilcst bureau for securing patents In America,
Every ratent taki'n cut by us I- liroiwlit boforj
tlie jjubllo by a not ice given treo ot eliargo lu Uio
���.ra-eat eltvnlntlnn of any Mlenttlta paper tn the
world, sulemllilly Illustrated, No latclllROllt
man ahoiill lw without It. Weiklv. ts.'I.IMlii
reariiunalxm-mths. A.I.ITM-. MttW tt CO.,
FUHI���IUESS, SUI ''roadway, New York City.
fected by my
���rueBee. with
arer. than by, all other
aV. Thay. a tain largest
 ,,  ar eevenat etaaln. leva-
tern of flttina-haa been perfected the
laat SS yeara. fully equal toperaonal
Serf-act e����e to....
<*) vire* con tola.*'
rupture uud�� i
im orflttf
! Jll.bookfree ���
CIIAHir*-MU_THr.
lUXl-af 8tW..'ff��r����U
R-I-P-A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine : Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to the merits of a new
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds of ores andminer-
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc.
Manufactured by a chemist und metallurgist who thoroughly understands
the wants of the assayer, tho prospector, the miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, coupelling, 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-irou slag uud metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and kuock-ilowu bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores ; capacity 1000
to f.OOO pounds per heat; also smaller sine, capacity from 100 to 200 pounds
per bent, according to lhe character of ires.
The Advantages in Practice are as Fellows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a pack burro,
I bat is complete and ready to be set up at any dump of low grade ores, that
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tons
of ore a day.
On li.w-fd-iMle ores plokcil at thi) dump, tills little furnace will pay for It.
self every week, besides wages and expenses, Let someone else do the risk in
milling, and stick to a certaiuity.
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, !1 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
type with kuock-dowu 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-flanged metal and slag spouts, uue blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnaoa tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging slicks), one
graphite No, d0 crucible, one blucksinitb's forge blower, geared complete in iron
frame, to supply blast bv hand-power for tlie furnace.
The entire outfit complete, ready to beset up. delivered on board cars at
St. Louis, will cost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET. Terms: $25, 0
casli wiih order, balance draft attached with bill of lading;   the smaller size,
1<M> to -.OO I-ouii-lr* Capacity, Vont ft IH.tHl Set.
Terms :   SlJO.CO cash with order, balance draft attached to  bill  of lading ; 5
pel cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuel, smelting operation, separating and retiiiiug of base bullion, etc..
FURNISHED  IN  DETAIL   UPON,   RECEIPT  Ol'   ORDER.
NATIONAL ORE AND REDUCTION CO.,
We Want a Representative. 415 LoCUSt St., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENTEES OF
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
-nninucrs unit Contractors for Equipment ol* Ullemleiil   Itt'tluetlon  Works.
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Manufacturers    of    Pnsh,    1 oois,   Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, llitnd Kails and
tf-ff
Brackets.   A. 1 sizes of glass in stock. ���-.�����*
Lust
The Machine and Blacksmith Shop are prepared iW)f>do
all kinds of repairs as soon as possible. .Ml sizes o^P.,ypo
Fitliiiu' and Brass Goods on hand. 0>. v}'2
"-*1 irtrl-O fid
Wagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axles, Spokes it ^$J��e,^
Hickory and Maple Plank.
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
COMMUNICATIONS.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the
opinions expressed by our eorrus|-ontieutsi
Fort Steele, B.C ,
April 1'Jth, lS9ii.
Editor Goi.liEN Kit a r
Dear Sir. Iii your issue of April
4th, there is a very interestinu article
by Mr. Leake on the Vermont Creek
bismuth ore.
Last summer at the request of a
gentleman who was likely to acquire
an interest in tlie property, I made a
series of experiments on this ore. The
lesult of several assays showed the
percentage of bismuth to vary Irom 25
per cent to 0 per cent. Iu only one
instance did I fail to find bismuth
though in several others the percentage
was very small.
These determinations were made
from fairly large quantities of ore carefully sampled-the wet method being
use* and the bismuth estimated as the
oxide,
lu tuy opinion the mineral iu question is Jatnesonite. The aiitydious
sulphide of lend and antimony having the formula 2Sb-S'' + 'lPliS and the
specific gravity 5.5, this contains in
mechanical admixture the sulphide of
bismuth - bisinutlieuite, whicli has a
specific gravity of 15.6. Thedillcrei.ee
of these specific gravities would militate agaitt.-t the true hamogeny of the
mass of mineral, and would, I think
account for the variation in the percentage ol bismuth in the ore.
I next turned my attention to the
profitable extraction of the bismuth
from this combination, but circumstances prevented n.e from proceeding
as fur in this matter as I should have
wished.
In one case I succeeded in extracting
bismuth in the pure state, but ou estimating the cost of plant and working
expenses lor this process, I found they
would be prohibitive and so was
obliged to abandon the method.
This ore has, I understand, been
submitted to various experts iu England, Germany ami America with a
view of finding a suitable process for
reducing the bismuth but without
success.
It is to be hoped, now Mr. Leake
has taken up the subject, that tlie
matter will attract tbe attention of the
metallurgists of this province and
some fresh light bethrown out iie much
vexed question of what is locally
known as the "conundrum ore."
Believe me, Sir,
Yours faithfully,
W. .1. Hdoke CoWGIjIj.
While in Stockton, Oil , some lime
ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Bunos,
that state, was taken very severely
with cramps and diarrhoea. He
chanced to meet Mr. C. M. Carter,
who was similarly afflicted Ho says:
���'I told hiin of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
we went to the Holdeu Drug Store und
procured a bottle of it. It gave Mr.
Carter prompt relief and 1 can vouch
for Its having cured ine." For sale by
druggists Langley A, Co., Wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
Wlumping I'.i.lgll.
There is no danger Irom ihis disease
���vheii Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
freely given. It liquefies the tough
mucus and aids its expectoration. It
also lessens the severity and frequency
of paroxysms of coughing and insures
a spealy recovery. There is not tlie
least -lunger iu giving the remedy to
children or babies, as it contains no
iujuiious substance. For sale by
druggists Langley -_ Co., Wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
" We pay 93 to 410 per week Ior
easy homo work. Chilli cun do it. No
Scheme, Booksor Peodi.ino. This is
bona tidt. Send stamp for work and
particulars at once. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Camden, N.J.
Hi.  al 1   linings.
It has Ion rumored around town
that the iriesi oiis.il.le scribbler who
.writes lo ihe Era under such an ap-
11'iopriiite no.il de plume, I.as been talk-
i ig thr nigh bra hat with regard to tlie
.hospital. Tout 11 a,' le. However
one simple qusstioii iu arithmetic and
j we are tiuislied : If a company coll, ct
[ 9300 from its employees for medical
fees and pay 1 lie medical staff one-third
of tlte receipts, wiiat is tlie���aiuoi'
loss per cent 10 the company ?
At a meeting of tlic'IVnnis t'lnb held
about ten days ago, the following ulli-
cers were olectoil fir the ensuing yeur :
R. M. Marpolc, Hon. President.
Arohdeuoi'U McKay, Preslueut.
H. Beasley, Vice-President,
Mrs. R. A. Kimpton, Tie.tsiirer.
Mrs. a, (j. M. Spragge,Secretary,
A great deal ol interest is being
taken in the pame this year and it is
the intention of the club to have bulb
courts put in lirst class order. New
poles nnd nets were ordered this week
from Toronto so that iu a few weeks
I)'mild will have two courts that will
favorably compare with those ol larger
places. A spirit of friendly rivalry
has been started among, t the ladies,
wbo all say that they intend to win
the handsome racket presented by Mr.
Piitmoie for tlie victor in a liaiidica|
match of ladies' singles.
The latest edict of the C.P.R. is that
none save employees are to be allowed
to buv goods from the company's
store The merchants have at last
managed to insert tlie thin end of tlie
wedge and it is to be hoped that they
will agitate till they get both tbe
store and the store car done uwuy
with.
Mr. J. Dunn, who arrived here last
week from Medicine Hat to take a position in the C.P.R. shops, is a valuable acquisition to the ranks of the
Donald Dramatic Society. This gentleman who lias hud a great deal of
experience in theatricals, has kindly
consented to train and manage the
cmipuny. Under such a capable head
and with three new sets of scenery,
the Donald Amateurs expect to put on
ubout May 2-Itli. "Our Boys" in a
manner that would havo pleased even
the author himself
I). VV. Jamieson, yardniasier, left on
Tuesday for Winnipeg, He goes east
as the western representative of tlie
trainmen to meet otlier members and
with tliein present a report of matters
to lie rectified to the General Superintendent at Montreal.
Tlie Ladies Aid of St. Peter's Church
always eager fur tlie almighty dollar,
which they undoubtedly expend in a
good cause, intend fixing up the vestry
uf the Church for the sale of coffee,
cake and ice cream to lue thirsty tenuis players.
Mr. Urquliiirt's youngest hoy, Cliff,
met with rat Iier a serious accident on
Saturday last by tumbling from a box
car. Dr. Power was soon in attendance and the little sufferer is now doing well. This should be a warning
to the authorities to keep young and
venturesome lads aw uy from tlie yard,
or some day we will have a fatality.
��� Nejiu.
Menil To-ilny.
Lndies 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 bead 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 ex
celled moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you want a surprising he.ul of hair,
have it immediately bv 'he use of this
"Hair Grower." We also sell a "Com'
ploxion Whitening" that will iu one
mouth's time inake you as clear and
whitens the skin 0111 be made. We
never knew 11 lady or gentleman to use
two bottles of "Whitening," for they
ail say tliut befoie tbey finished the
second bottle tbey were as white as
they would wish to lie. After the use
���if this "Whitening," tlie skin will foi-
eier retain its color. It alse removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents per bottle, and the "Fnce
Whitening'' 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
address on receipt of i.rice. Address
all orders to ���
R. & J. RYAN,
201 Division Street, Ottawa, Ont.
Get your Printing- done at
the GOLDEN ERA offlse. Neat
and art stic work done cheap.
,'��*��� [i-t'ij/fl
a>5^ll___s
RESERVE - KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
NOTICE is hereby given that a belt
of lanil described as follows: ���
Commencing at tbe intersection of the
Columbia River by the northern
boundary of the R.tilway Belt, near
Carnes Creek; thence following tbe
said river up stream to the northwestern end of Kiuhasket Lake, and
extending back ten miles 011 each side
thereof, is reserved for the exclusive
purpose of entry under tlte Land,
Mineral and Placer Mining Acts,
GEO. B. MARTIN,
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works
Lauds and Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., llth April, 1896
CRT
LAO FjltltFjF,lt
Ales, Porter and Buffalo Brand
Aerated Waters.
A PERFECT TEA
MONSOON
FINCIT TC ���     ^_BB
IN THt WORLD ���     ���_���������
rHOM THt TI* FUWTTO THt TI* CUP
IW IT�� NSTIVI e-uniTV.
"Monsoon" Teals put up by the Indian Tea
[���rowers aa a sample of Ihe best qualities of Indian
Teas. Therefore Ihey use tha greatest care in the
selection of the Tea and Ita bland, that is why Ihey
put it up themselves and sell it only In the original
pukaa-es, thereby securing its purity and excellence.
I'm up in % ib., 1 lb. and ] lb, packages, and navar
sold in bulk.
AU GOOD QROCER8 KEEP IT.
If your grocer does not keep it. toll him tor-rite to
��� STIEL, HAYTIR A OO.
11 and 13 Front Blroet East, Toronto.
Upper Columbia -Nayisation
TramWay Go. Ltd.
AND THE
International Transportation Co.
CONNECTING WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC & GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAYS.
TIME   TABLE.
SEASON    1896.
To take effect 1st May.
GOING SOUTH.
Leave Golden 4 am. Tuesdays	
Arrive Fort Steele G p.m. Wednesdays ....
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Thursdays antl Sundays
Arrive Jennings '6 p.m. Tlmsdays and Sundays .
GOING NORTH.
Leave Jennings 4 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
Arrive Fort Steele G p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Tuesdays      ....
Arrive Golden 9 a.m. Thursdays	
F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
A Well-Dressed Man
May Hob-Nob with Kings.
.          How to dress well on a small amount of money is the question.
,; If a man will be careful always to buy Shorey's Ready-Made
�� Clothing he may be well dressed at a very
f SllOrey S moderate cost.    Shorey's Clothing hu a
���3 d    a    m  a I*���' ���'���*P'*-f't*on -"or ���*���"���*-*��� ���������> -1"- durability.
| Ready Made Every yard of cloth is thordughly sponged and
���* Clothln_f s'irunk -----the workmanship fully guaranteed.
M ��ot.o attaarwHaaa.
The Western Milling Co.
Reffina,   N.W.T.
Manufacturers Of
HIGH  GRADE
FLOUR
MlVVf /-*�� T^-fN-ri �����*_ 1A A*ent fop N,w* TerpltorlM
��� IVlCUUIlcllU,   and British Columbia.
Calgary, Alb.

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