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Array Tbe Golden Era
Is tbe moet widely circulated and
best advertising medium in East
Kootenay. This is the paper that
ia read by tha miners, the ranchers,
the railroaders and lumbermen.
-subscription, $2.00 per Annum
in Advance	
Map ol' Golden
Mining* Division
By F. C. I.nnf-...
On rocoipt of 81 copies of this valuable
map raill be mailed by
The Goldon Era Company L'ld. I.hy..
Goldon, II. C.
VOL. VII.   NO. 48
GOLDEN B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898.
��2 Per Year
H. G. PARSON,
General 0 merchant,
ALEXANDER BLOCK.
.9.9:   b:,ft[$ :^,:4.\9 .9...9,:9, 9'.P..9 :*
Cheap Clearing Sale
Of Furniture,
Including:
Bedroom Sets
Spring Mattrasses
Dining-room Tables
Wardrobes        Single Beds
Kitchen Tables, Common
Chairs, Lounges, Etc.
4  Pew Patterns in Wall Paper   Greatly
Reduced in Price.
The Elections
, . Agent For . .
Phonix of London and other Fire Insurance Co's
Tha Confederation life Association, Toronto.
Ihe Reliance Loan & Savings Co, of Ontario.
Canadian Railway Accident Insurance Company.
... the rolumbia House,
A Strictly Firat Class Hotel in Every Respect.
Equipped with all Modern Conveniences.
Seat Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
The Table tl Second to None,
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial Men.
Golden, B. C.
'Wm* McNeish, Prop.
THE
QUEEN'S    HOTEL.
*******
Headquarters for Commercial men.
Two Commodious Sample Rooms.
Baggage transferred free.
Hot and Cold Baths.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Rates $}.00 Per Day. ��� :::.o:::.���
��#������������
Kootenay House,
GOLDEN.
First Class Accommodation for Travellers
and Commercial and Mining Men.
Baggage Transferred Free.
jiot and Cold Baths.
Ullock & Barry,
t!6st Proprietors,
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ASSAY - AND - MINING - SUPPLIES
mrVftmrt Manuf seturers and Direct Importers, and carry a Lar^e Stock of Balances,
Furnaces. Fire Clay Goods, Scientific snd
Practical Books, Glassware, Platluum Goods,
Acids, Chemicals, nnd nil
other Assayers1 ami Miners' requirements.
Sole ARentB for Morgan
Crucible Company, Batter-
sea; Beaker's Son's Balsn*
ea; Brunton k Pearse'a Pocket Mine Transit, otc.
MACFARLANE & Co.,
VnncouYer, B. C. M
r.O. Bes M. Telegraphic Address:  " ASSAY," Vancouver.H.C.
MR. NEILSON AT OOLDEH.
Probably the largest political gathering erer  held   in   Golden   was  that
which   responded  to  the  invitation
"The Opposition are cordially invited
to attend " at the Alexander Hull,   on
Monday night.       Mr.  Weils was the
rirat oi the candidates to   arrive,   and
as he entered tlie hull he whs greeted
with aheers which showed in no unmistakable manner the feeling of the
..lectors ot Golden, especially as an attempt to raise a counter cheer for Mr,
Neilson ended in [nilnro.  Ou Mr. Neil-
sou's arrival the   audience,   howevor,
extended him a heartv welcome.     He
was acconipaniid by Mr. Gordon Hun
ter, the well-known barrister  of Vic-
oris, who hud come to-ipiak  on   bo
half of tho Turner Government and its
policy.     Mr. Devlin was ,-ote.i to the
chair, ami called on Mr. Neilson to ad.
dress thn meeting.   He is not a apeak,
er and this had the effect of his address
falling very flat.       He said he hope,
the address which he had issued would
meet with their approval und support.
Mr. Wells and he   had   always   been
personal ami good friends and be hop.
oii they would continue to remain so.
.Mr. Wells's statements ahout him   on
the platform   were   not   gentlemanly.
They had a  conversation   some  time
ago in which Mr.    Wells   asked   him
about his   (Mr.  Wells's) candidature
and it was then decided thnt he (Mr.
Wells) would run as   an  Independent
candidate or supporter of tbe Gouern-
ment���(Mr. Wells: Never?).     When
he (Mr. Neilson) went to the convention at Golden he still   honored  that
was Mr. Wells's position.     Therefore
he was entitled to hold his own views
as a supporter of the Government. The
policy of the  Government   he   would
leave in tho hands of Mr.   Hunter  to
deal with. It was a policy of progress,
and very much better   than anything
tho Opposition had put forward.   The
Idea of using Dominion lines in party
politics was out of the question.     He
had been accused of being   a   "Mann
man".     Mr. Mann had nothing lo dt-
with liini iu this election  whatever���
(a voice:     What about   McKenzie?)
He denied that, and was willing totals, j
his oath ou it.   There hnd been u vasi
amount of money spout in tho district
��� (derisive laughter). ��� Those who liai.
come into the district some years ago
must recognise that.   Ho was in favoi
of getting smelters-(a   voice:     You
have one now) ���We hnd not  got   tin
ore yet,       He would like to see these
things go ahead, and was much interested in mines and had taken a great
interest in litem. He had more numej
in mines than Mr,   Wells,   and these
were mostly in Kast Kootenay,     The
present policy of the Government was
a very progressive one nnd in favor ol
roads and trails.     He condemned the
prospect of the affairs of the Province
getting into the hands of  Cotton and
Martin.     If they thought he was not
the best man, then let them elect Mr.
Wells.       East  Kootenay had a great
future before it.       He would ut'se the
work of ronds and trails, and concluded expressing ihe hope that on the llth
of July they   would  givo   him   their
votes. (Cheers and laughter).
Mr. Wells then mounted tho platform amid ringing cheers, and a shout
" Wo all I elieve iu Wolls ". He su.d
he was very ranch pleased to meet the
electors of Golden for the first tiino in
his canvas, and was exceptionally
pleased to have the opportunity of
meeting Mr. Neilson for the first time
in this contest. He had had occasion
to hold five meetings, at three of which
he hnd extended to Sir. Neilson n cordial welcome. At the other two meetings he had not the opportunity, as
Mr. Nmlson was not in the vicinity.
Mr. Neilson hnal not found it convenient to attend the first three meetings,
which he (Mr. Wolls)thouglit be should
havo put himself out of ihe way to
attend. He did not consider thnt Mr.
Neilson bad shown him that respect
for himself to which he was entitled.
So far as showing any particular spite
to Mr. Neilson, with whioh that gentleman had charged him. they would
agree with him that there whs no
ground for it when he had travelled lit
miles on a hand-car to attend that
meeting. (Cheers). It was also a satisfaction to them to find that Mr. Neilson had at lust issued an address to
the electors. They would also be
aware that for some time Mr, Noilson
had been in opposition to the Government, He had not only been opposed to
the government, in accord with the
Liberal party, but had n'so urged his
(Mr. Wells's) candidature (cheers).
Mr. Noilson had referred to a private
conversation between there and the
railway station. He had no recollection of that conversation, which he
would venture to assert had never occurred. I: was not necessary for Mr.
Nelson to depend on a private conversation, for his position in opposition
to the government had been before
the public for the past two years
(cheers). Ho would take them back |
to a meeting on the 27th of February j
a year ago. He (Mr. Wells) was called to attend a meeting in the interest
of the Liberal party. He attended and
addressed that meeting, nt tho conclusion of which ho was appointed
145tc Hon. Chairman of a Committee  form
ed for the purpose of directing the action of tho Liberal party in this constituency. Among those who attended
that meeting wns Mr. Neilson himself,
and at the conclusion of the meeting
the following document was drawn up
"We, the undersigned olectors of
Golden agree to support the nominee
of the Lioeral party in tbo coming
Provincial elections:" In qualification
of thai heading ho (Mr. Wells) addressed the electors iu very unmeasured terms against tbe present goroi-n
ment. and denounced them in the
Strongest language he had ut his disposal (cheers). He warned the meeting thin if they did not freo themselves
from tbe rule of Dunsmnlrlsm, they
would soon arrive at a condition of
things from which there could bo uo
release (loud choers). At tho conclusion or the meeting they were called to
sign that document, and among the
HiirnaiurosHttacliod was that of W. G.
Neilson (cheers).
Mr. Neilson : That was for the Dominion election (dissent).
Mr. Wells : Dominion y04 say dc
you? Well, we'll soo. Mr. Wells again
road tho heading of the document em
phosising the words "Provincial Elections." A lively scorn, here followed
smid cheers at tho way in which Mr.
Wells had scored agaiust Mr. Neilson;
jeers at Mr. Neilson for the invidious
position iii which he was placed, and
calls of "go up and look ut your signature."
Mr Neilson : That wns if tbe elections wore run on party lines.
Mr. Wells ; You said a few mo
monts ago you did not want to intro
duce Dominion politics in Provincial
affairs (renewed cheers). A conven
tion was called at Golden last mouth
to iiomiiiate an Opposition candidate
in accordance wilh the platform of the
New Westminster convention. At the
convention ho (the speaker) made it
his business to attend. He went to
see Mr. Neilson at the Columbia House,
and they walked toge'lier io tho convention. If Mr, Neilson did not Intend lo endorse that" meeting in support of nn Opposition candidate he
had no business there (renewed cheers)
The chairman refused to allow .Mr
aVeilson to vote on account of his not
having his credentials from Beaver,
and Mr. Neilson expressed lo him his
regret lhat ho wus consequently unable
to support his candidature in the convention.
Mr. Wells then read amidst cheers
an atlidavit by J. C. Greene, tho main
portion of which read :
3. That W. O. Neilson came to at
tend the convention.
4, That I asked W. 0. Neilson for
his credentials as a delegate.
6 That ihe said W. G. Neilson re
plied "I have been absent r.t Calgary
on account of sickness in my family. 1
therefore did not write to Beaver lo
convene a meeting." He then added
"You know it will beallright. I would
support Wolls any way. My intention
was tnsupport him in this convention."
6 Tliat I told Mr, Neilsou that as be
had no credentials I could nut lot him
vote; my reason for requiring credentials beiug that tho other delegates had
their credentials."
An affidavit was also read by M.
Dainard stating he heard Mr. Neilsou
say he hnd come lo the convention to
support Mr. Wells, tiiat Mr. Neilson
suid, "I am a Weils Man, he is it friend
of mine and I will support him through
thick and thin at the coming election."
Mr. Neilson:���I understoo.l you
would be a Government Candidate or a
jjuppcrtor of the Government (Dissent).
Mr. Wells: if Mr. Neilson did not
know what that meeting was for,
which he wished to attend, I ask yuu
gentleman whether he is a fit man to
represent this constituency in Parli-
inont? (Crios of "no" end cheers) The
reason of Mr Neilson being placed iu
his present position was this. The
Government hud domanded from Mr.
McKenssie ihe constituency of East
Kootenay in return for theirservices to
them (cheers). Ho (Mr. Wells) looked
on this as a piece of consummate gall.
Would - Mr. Neilson be allowed to
absent himself from his duties for four
months in the your unless he had; seme
axes to grind?
Mr, Wells concluded bis remarks
amid prolonged cheers,
Mr. Neilson:-*! do ij' tho truth of Mr.
Wells's remarks with roferauce to Mr.
McKent-ie,
Mr. Wells: Circumstances are the
strongest evidence of a man's sonduct.
Many a man has boen hanged on cir-
tuinstantial evidence, ond when I refer you to the fact lhat air. Neilson is
an oniplo-.ee of Mr, McKeniie and that
gentleman has large interests at stake
and Is largely dependent on the Government, it is very suspicious at any
rate (Renewed Cheers),
Mr. Gordon Hunter then addressed
the meeting in support of the Government.
Hon. P. W. Aylmer condemod Mr.
Hunter's references to Mr. Colton in
the gentleman's absence.
Mr. Haggen replied for the Opposition.
Messrs. Hunter snd Wells again
spoke, and the meeting closed with
ringing choers for Mr. Wells, and voias
of thanks for speakers and chairman.
Owing totomorrow being a holiday
we have to issue today to let our staff
get to the sports at Donald. The report of Mr. Neilsou's meeting nt Wind
ermere; and a lot of local news are held
over till next issue.
BOUND ABOUT THE MIKES
The   Spanish-American   War.
A   Hot   Eiifru{r��ni��nt.
On Board Associated Press Despatch
Boat, of Daigt'iri, June28, Late jesier- ^^^^^
tiny afternoon the American  ting   was  Jubilee Mountain.
Down    from   the   top   of tho Altnres     -,   , ��� , "* ,
Mountains, bsokc* Daignlrl amid wild      *[������- f����ow,ng transfers are recorded
enthusiasm.    The  men   oheeml   and "' Golden:-Ln?lty Jack, by R.Hntch-
..uveal   their   hats,  the warships and
tvmai orta let looao  iheir   sirens   ami
Ibe following locations have been
recorded.���June 111th. Blue Bird by
W. Logan, White Fractional in Oari-
hoo Busin by L. B Keyset; June ..Oh,
Dolly   Yaiden,   by   J.   Dolmnge,   on
ihe hand* played " 11 c Si.ir-Spuiigled
Bnnnei," Major Lamott, with two men
of the Volunteer Cavalry, climbed the
heights and raised the flng,
Playa del F.sie, (:, ba June 24. ���
There was a serious engage nent this
morning ilv-e miles from Saitiugo on
land. More tiniu 1,IA<U American
cavalrymen and Rough Riders fought
2,000 Spaniards in thickets, driving
them back into theClry. The American
loss was 12 oi- 11}killed and nml at lmtsr.
50 wounded, including six ifficors. Sev-
inl oi the wounded will die. 12 Spaniards wero found dead in the bust!,
Their loss is doubtless greater. The
Spaniards bail every advantage in
numbers aud position.
OliW.1l Sella a, ail.
SEMI-ANN!.'.U,    EXAMINATION.
The following aro the results: Possible total 751; ��� Snr. Fifth ��� 1st, Laura
Kenny (inn; Jnr. Fifth���1st, Gertie
Fields 5_(.; 2nd Jinlph Kenny 548;
Fourth Class Total 800- Ernest Sutherland 615; Malio Anderson 507; Mary
Conner 57ii: Charlie Bubar 490; Snr.
3rd, Total 700-Willie Houston 523;
Ida Bookhout 522; Emily Kenny,
Maggie Archer equal 403; Ella May
Love 395; Selina Johnson 324; Jnr.
3rd Class, Total 600 - Bert Hanna
J44; Lottie Woodley 393, Arthur
Jaynes 381; Violet Pughe 269: Lila
Love 339; Geo Love 315,Josie Leveque
289; 2nd Class Total 600-Minnie
Sutherland 4113; Adelaide Leveque 291;
Blanche Love 259; Mabel Archer 243;
Addie Aritoya 224; Fannie Conner 211;
Hatlie Rutherford 205; 2nd Primier
Total 390-Percy Lake 2!)2; Boy Hanna 235; Katie Pughe 226; Katie Kenny 205; Lawrence Dulcust 176; Owena
Starforth 153; Allan Hanna 134.
To   Let.
An office in Golden in a conveniently
.  situater] locality.     Apply to
' E, A, HAGGEN,
428jc3 Golden.
ison lo W. C. Tillson; Ehie Bird by J.
Djvlin to E, Mackenzie of Toronto,
imiiy Girl, hy J. Dohnage to E, Mackenzie; Power of Attorney, Van Nets
lo A. W. Upton.
The services nt St. Paul's Church
on Sunday next will bo as follows :���
Morning Prayer and Celebration of
Holy Communion at 11 a. m. Evening
Prayer nud sermon nt 7. 80 p. m.
Mr. N. Hanson, recently burned ont
at Field,informs us lie has received his
insurance, $2,000, from the Atlas Insurance Co.ol Londoi ,Euglan.',through
tho lecal sgout H. G. Parson.
To  Let.
House of six rooms in Golden, furnish*
ed or unfurnished.    Apply to
E. A. HAGGEN,
Golden.
. Hudson's Bay Co. I
Incorporated 1070.
The Moat lp-To-Date
Outfitter* in Western
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' Intending Prospectors should
I write us for one of our now
Folders, which contains an
excellent Mapand onestimate
of the probable cost of a complete outfit tor the Gold Fields
'���    HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
881st Calgary.
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J/��)l4/^'^^^/W,;J/Ce.'.O.0.^14VX'^.'r',
CONCERT,
Columbia HouseHall,Golden
ON
THURSDAY,   JULY   7th,
Under the Auspices of the Golden Football Club.
Miss  Carrie Lash,  Contralto
Miss Beatrix Hamilton, Header
Miss Lois Winlow, 'Cellist
Admission:   Reserved Seat 75 Cents;  General Admission
UO Cents; Children 25 Cents.
Doors open tit 7:30.     Concert at 8:30.
McDermot's store.
Plan of Hall at
Dance at conclusion of Programme.
m
LOOK!   LOOK!!
For the next week while taking.stock will sell
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Hats,   Caps,   Shirts,   Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hardware, Fancy Goods.
Git your bargains with cash purchases.
C.A.WARREN THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, JULY 1,    1898.
General
Merchant,
- golden -
$ $ $ $
To Arrive
This Week
1 car Coal Oil "Best
American."
I -car General Groceries.
1 car Builder's Hardware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
1 carMattrasses, Pillows, Cotts, Etc.
1 car Furniture, Iron
Beds, Etc.
OUR NEW SPRING DRY GOODS
are coming to hand every day.
We arc showing bargains never
aeard of before in Golden in the
lollowing:    Blouses and Dress Silks-
starting at 25c per yard- Grey and
"White Cottons, Prints, Muslins, Dress
Fabrics and an immense stock oi
tleneral Dry Goods.
4.000 rolls New Wall Papers just
arrived, in beautiful designs.
bargains iu Hoots and Shoes.
.Bargains in Crockery and Glassware.
Bargains in Carpets and Curtains.
in fact
Bargains iu Every Department.
' Plenty of fresh now laid Eggs at
25c per dozen.
1898
Is going tu be onr Banner Year.
are wide open for business, and
making new customers every day.
"Wo
Geo. B. McDermot,
General Merchant
Te Advertisers and subscriber..
The OOLDEN BRA .s noblisbed every
Friday evening. It is tbe best advertising
medium in tne Bust Kootenay district
Siibsr.rir.tiun Kales :   SS.W per annual IN
advance.
_ Alterations .ml etiangesof standing advertisement*, iimiai be in ne lattice not later than
noon on Wealnesiiay to ensure insertion, but
casual inlva-rt acnieutsw.il be received up till
noon on Friday.
While all reasonable caro will be taken.tbe
proprietors will not bo responsible' for any
omission or error iu any advertisement.
All accounts to bo paid t,�� ihe Matiiagiog
Director, or lais autborized agent.from whom
tbe company's receipt will bo obtained.
Advertising rates: Display ads,, 81.50 per
column inch; Log lads., 10* cents per hue
for first insertion, ti veuta for eai-h atlalitioui,!
insertion; Kojuliiig notices, 1'.. vents por Hue
each issuo.
All husiuejts communications should be addressed to the Managing Director, and all
literary communications, letters lor publication or news items shoulal hu aalalresseil to the
Editor
Correspondence is invited on matters of
pnblii' interest, but lo secure publication
sncli letters mast be brief, in tin, case ol
anonymous letters the name and address of
tlio writer must be on.-la.soil, not for publication, but for tbo private information of tbe
editor and tat a guarantee of gooal faith. An v
lotter received later than iVealuesday will
have to stand over till the fullotviug issue.
The Coiden Era Compani, Liirils. lia.il.lj,
Office, Qoliie.., B. 0.
Wlte eHoibcw Km
(Edited by _. A. HAOOBN.)
FRIDAY,   JULY   1,      1898.
NOTICE TO QUIT.
To the Hou. J. H. Turner :
Dear Sir:
Get out.
Yours truly,
The People.
Roferring to the East Kootenay election, the Nelson Tribune Says: '-In
the northern half ofthe riding the vote
w as very close, Baker securing but
155 votes to 149 cast for Scliou, Col.
Baker had head enough to see that tho
northern half of the riding was too
evenly divided to be safe, so it was cut
in two, und Col. Baker is running in
the southern portion of it where in
1894 he secured 95 votes to his oppon
ent's 17. Since 1894, however, tho
voting strength of South East Koote
nay has doubled, and although Col.
Baker, in view of the result in 1894.
may be cencaded tohavetkeadv.-ut.ige
his election is by no means certain.
The riding of North East Kootenay is
mors pronounced in its opposition.
The voting strength of the new riding
has not very greatly increased, and
the chances for converting a minority
of sis into a substantial majority are
said to be excellent, especially iu view
ofthe fact that "Wells, the Opposition
candidate, will not be running against
a cabinet minister as Scliou was in
1834."
Rubber Stamps
Orders for Ruhbor Stamps and Seals will
bo received at tbe Golden Era Office and
eiecutcd with promptitude.
The GoUeii Era Company,
Limited Liability.
Cu-iqiiigbam & J-arVey,
(Late of Vancouver)
Assayers & Chemists,
���       Smelter, Golden.
AH work don* in duplicate and pnar*
ran'ted. A port'on of each sample
received is kept (or future reference.
��� . Robert Dodds .
BAKER
AND
CONFECTIONER,
IP *���
Will  start  business next week   in
Miller's building. 429st
The Government Organ of Vance i
rer, The World, Buys: "-The minor-,
pushers, ind drivers, at the Wellington colWies of K. Duusinuir & Sons,
have made a demand for the return of
the 10 per cent, which was taken from
the-o several weeks' n^o. Until thin
matter is settled it is believed there
wilt be no work at the mines.'' Aretha workers of North East Kootenny
gorog to vote to support the Turner
Pooley Government, which is the tool
of the Duusmuir syndicate, tho most
tyrannical employers of labor in the
country ?
Says the Columbian : "Gwommeiit
supporters can't understand how it
happens that tho Opposition committee
meet inns, are bo much more largely attended an enthusiastic in tone than
the Government meetings. The ex-da-
nation is quite simple. The Opposition
is backed by thn people, by the free hi.d
unpurcliiiblu vot-T; it is lighting for
ihtKpeople, to save the people and the
uliildren oi the people tbe greatest tier!
Uge oa this broad earth*"
To be idle is Ihe hardest of
all tanks.    Our grandmothers
understood this and even in
their    leisure   moments
were never found with-
,,    out some little task in
���;   their hands, if it were
only knitting, tatting  or  crocheting.   There waa a
reason for this
that does not appear upon the
surface.    Our
grandmothers
were healthy women, imbued with
a spirit of ambition aud activity
that would not
Sennit  them  to
e idle.
If many modern
women are much
less active and more given to idleness thau
the stately dames of yore, it is because they
enjov a smaller measure of good health.
A woman who suffers from weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organs,
who is racked with pain, and tortured with
headaches and nervousness, cannot be active and helpful. Idleuess and invalidism
are the natural results of suffering of this
description. The poor invalid woman is
not at fault, save in her ignorance of her
own physical make-up or neglect of her
womanlv health. .
Thousands of women are neglectful in
this way because they shriuk from the em-
barrassin-t examinations and local treatment insisted upon by the majority of
obscure physicians. Dr. R- V. Pierce, for
thirty years chief consulting physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
at BuftMo, N. Y��� lias discovered a wonderful medicine that cures all diseases peculiar
to women, in the privacy of the home, without the necessity of these embarrassing
nrde-ils. This great medicine is known as
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts
directly on the delicate aud important organs that bear the burdens of wifehood
and motherhood. It makes them strong,
health? and vigorous. It heals Internal
ulceration and inflammation and stops
debilitating drains, It transforms weak,
nervous invalids into healthy women,
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser frbb ! For paper-covered copy send
31 one-cent stamps, to cover customs and
mailing onlv. Cloth bound 50 stamps,
AddretU, Dr.'R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
introduction end use of the Diamond
Dyes, those triumphs of modern
chemistry.
Millions on this continent are saving money each year by using the Diamond Dves in the home. They are
t-tie and faith vl family bene-
tuctors, and so easv to use that a child
c.n dye successfully with them.
Diamond Dyes have such an extend
eft popularity tfame*and immense sale in
every locality that imitators have put
on the market worthless and aduherat-
el dtes in packages bearing a close re-
s.mliiunce to the '-Diamond," It is
therefore necessary for every women,
when buying dyes, to see that the
1*111 me '--Diamond" is on each packet.
Packnge dyes without the name "Diamond" can never give satisfaction.
Muddy, dull and streaky colors will be
Nome of the disappointments met with.
Diamond Dye colors are guaranteed
brilliant, rish ami full, and will lust
ns long as the goods hold together,
453
Notice.
A Special General Mooting of tho Shareholders of thu Upper Columbia Navigation &
Traiuwuy - oinnnny. Lim-ied, will be hold
at tho Company's otnre at Uuldon un
rhuimlay,  thu    3Dili    Day   of Juno*
A. D. 1806, at 1 o'clock iu tho afternoon, tor
lite election of Directors, authorising iho
payment of a portion of tho Mortgage llonds
uf tlio Company, and for the ordering of the
iitVaiis of the lompauy generally.
lty order of tho Hoard,
C H. PARSON,
���M:.jc24 Secretary,
Golden, 11. C...Tune 7th, 1899.
Miners] The way for you to success
Is to make known the rtsourcHis of
your camps. The way to do that is to
send newt) of your finds to theQOLDEN
Eua. Subscribe yourself to the Era
nd wend it to vour friends,
will tell them all about it
. ou can.    $2 *t yeiu .
A Dyspeptic?
SOUTH AM-.RI6AN NERVINE 13 TU!
RA HB-.W '( P-Witt.
B_aclat.a-waai----l.M_y. Re ami* can
adequate.; describe tha abject misery ot
tbe .offerer from l-ysperisla snd Indigestion. South American Nervine is Ibt
greatest discover-- In medical science,
for tbe cure of all chronic stomach
troubles. It sets directly through tbe
nervee���the aeat of all disease. Thoua*
auja tratlfi of curea made. Uellel from
the first done.
"I was ft rrc��t sufferer from
stomach anal nerve troubles. Tried a
.coin nt rom-dles. No..rellef. Half a
bottle of Ko.itU Aiuimetin Nervine
worked wonilrts. Sli buttles made a
new main of me "���W. B. Bucrraon,
Moirlsburg, Ont.
Dan'* osp-irlmont with  new ��uic
cfaut-tfut m-.-tlulnoo-Ta.ke the triad
I F.ni teetncl. $
Sold by C. A. Warren
Ppy-Peetoral
I       A QUICK CURE FOR
| COUGHS AND COLDS
S      Very valuable Remedy in all
A affections oi the
iTHROAT or LUNGS*
g Large Bottles, 25c X
*     DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Limited     g
Prop's, of Perry Davis'Paln-Klller     J,
Business Cards.
J. GIBSON
Notary Public, Golden, B. C.
A pott card addressed to ara
sit the post office. Golden, will ��� -..
receive prompt attention.       29to
JAS. HENDERSON
Builder and Contractor,
-  -  -  -  Golden, B. C.
A supply of Building  lime
For Sale.
Flans prepared.   Prompt attention given to ordors. 28to
The Era
belt.'i' thai.
HA 511
isms
It is and old saying that we go from
home for news. The Vancouver World
has the following item : which is certainly news to tho electors ol both
North   and   South   East   Kootenay '
Mr. Neilson hns entered upon the
contest with a vim and it vigor which
augurs well for his triumpant el ction,
anil concerning wnich he appears to
entertain no doubt whatever. He likewise asserts that Col. Baker's election
in South East Kootenay is perfectly
safe." We dont believe Mr Neilson
made any such statement, but if he
did we ivouder how he reconciles it
with his staiement to many people
here that Mr. Wells was the best man
snd was certain to be elected.
THE ALBERTA AND
BRITISH COLOMBIA
Assaying Institute...
BtUKtajBarters, Calory, Alberta.
W. GREWDSON HOWARD,
Ph. D-, B. C. M. --,Etc, Manager.
Special Coarse in Germany.
A_aa-rs. Sampling, Analytical Work, and
*SSmtS��Or��.   Allparcekoioroare
carefully sampled, one portion tested, one
portion labelled and kept for all months as
i reference, and it' desired the third pairtion
r/ill be returned to owner, as a check ion
CASlfwiTH SAMPLKS.wMch should bo
left, with tlje nn.len<iip~il. from whpm
term may be obtained on application.
W ' J5. A. HAGGEN,
Resident Agont,
-ng,, OoVUn.BC,
A Winnipeg paper says: " It is
stated on what purports to be good
authority tbat the railway schemes of
Messts. McKenzie k Mann contemplate
beside a line to Hudson Bay, a line to
Prince Albert, striking westward from
Dauphin across Gilbert plains into the
Saska'chowau valley to Prince Albert
and ultimately reaching the Pacific
Coast via the Yellowhond Pass." No
wonder these gentlemen want to have
in the B. C. Legislature men who will
do their bidding if ihey oan only find a
majority of the electors fools enough
to elect their nominees.
" The public debt of Canada is now
���322,532,131.33. or over *C6 for each
person���man, woman and child living in the Dominion, Every child is
born to a bebt that sometime must be
paid off- because, unlike the national
debt of Great Britain, our nationnl
creditors nre not, Canadians. The national debt of Britain is $35 por capita,
and that of the United Siaies is only
$15. No wonder ihe times are hard."
-Citizeu & Country.
S lys the Province: " Vote for Turner and Taxation. Vote for Pooley
and Poverty, Vote for Bnker and
Bankruptcy. Vole for .Martin and
Monifolianism. Vote for Eberts and
Extravagance."
Tbe Nation, a Government Organ
published at Victoria, says: "Mr. W.
G. Neilson, the Government candidate
in North East Kootenay was in Victoria this week. Mr. Neilson has cun-
vassed the district thoroughly, nnd is
perfectly satisfied that he will' be ro-
tnrned on July 9tli. He also reports
that the Government will carry the
majority ol tiie Kootenay constituencies." Will 'he Nation tell us why
Mr. Neilson ran War from Windermere when challenged to meet the
electors at Mr. Wells's meeting there ?
The Nelson Tribune says: " That
the Opposition candidates will succeed
in-capturing a majority of the seats in
the next legislature is about us certain
as anything depending upon a popular
vote can be."
an. AC*.'vr cm. fnis th- heart
A WlHil.-iriJl LH*c-3AVS3.
Vo nrarrin ita IM human aa-arem; tn-al*y
whosai (Usa-allOU mil bo more ra'.'aala'.y alnU'Ct.
ed man Inpae of t'na he'arl-antl uiedHial
ailsooa-erv h'-�� r.araalii iliaam rami laat-'.aa to
prr��[jur l.-o��Uai aal. 'it youhuvepi-iaitaUon
a-r ciali'-l'.las. ehorlncasi "I lucaaih, avi.tak or
Irresilln'r liaise, swrll'.iix ail feet or ai'ak'.a*,
pain In lie Iii. slate, taintingapelu. drop-**
ofll leu'toncy. any of il.oau Indicate he_t
dl-otao. Ko tlintter of how long standing
Ur.A,-n'iw*c:ur-i toi'thoHcan .'-illeuro���
lt.'j a heart B"cc.lla!-��cta a|ttl0kl>'-aol��
auroly���aails Biifcly
" I wu* given a:t> to dio or rhyelclan*
a- d irleiids. uno da.tc of Dr. .^gnow ;
Cure tor lie I. cur gave naoens.'.ftiad
a]g lanttsa onruit my o-ane of llrteaj.
veins' etiiial n ." ^u-a J.L Uj&L&X-,
WblttwoMl, X.W.T, *i
Ouarantbos raliaf In 30 minutes.
Sold by 0. A. AVarren.
7,000   BICYCLES
carried over from 1897 must bo sacrificed now. New High Grade, all
style.*, best equipment, guaranteed-^
$9.75 to   $17.00
Hon. F. W. AYLMER, C. E.
Provincial I.iuial Surveyor.
Sub-Agent Doniinion Government.
Agent Dominion Towtiaitc, Golden.
Special attention to Miutirnl l.lnimt..
���10( Office, Alexander l'.loak, Oolile*.
Golden Mnrkota.
WIlPFlt	
Ouis	
Barlev   	
Beef (live)	
Beef (dressed)..
Pork (live.)....
Pork (dressed).
Million	
3-S'U ihv	
Bugs	
H'iv (haled)....
H.',v (loose) ...
Potatoes	
,,.,11.00 to $1.05
.... 0.(10 to 0..S8
. ,, 0 2f) lo 0 .10
.... 4 nO to 4 75
....  8 50 to   8.50
   5 50 to   5.50
.... 8C0to 8.00
..,. 10.00 to 10.00
.... 0.25 to 0.35
.... 0.25 to 0.50
,...17.00 to 20 00
....14.00 to 14 00
....  0.75 to   0.90
JAMES BRADY, D.L.8. &P.L.S.
...Mining; Engineer...
M. Aro'n Inst. M. E.
Agent for obtaining Crown  Grants,
doing annual assesmeut work, etc.
Address :      Uolden, B. C.
Clarence Herscy,
Assayer and Chemist,
(Established 1879) IjEAI.VII.L8, Colokaiio
Samples by mail or express receive
prompt attention.
Specimen Assay Prices:���Gold, silver'.uid
lend, 11: any two of the above, 75aj| any ono
of tlio above, tVQi'; copper analysis, Sir pli.ti-
ii'iiu, nickel or tin, to. Write lor full price
list and mailing envelopes.
GRIFFITH'S
MAGIC  LINIMENT
The Great Pain Reliever
IS
Superior to All Others.
It   relieves   the pains ..ud aches tho
minute applied.   It Cures:���
Rheumatism,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica,
Stiff Joints,
Muscular Swellings,
Sprains,
Bruises.
Sore Back or Side,
Scalds, Burns,
Clullblains, etc.,
Sore Throat,
Sore Chest,
Cold on the Chest,
Coughs, Colds, etc.,
Used wheels, late models, all makes Co" ���"��� J*"-1- (utornntly as well aa ex-
'    ta-rnnllv.   Hundreds testify to its
$3.00 to   $12.00
We ship on Approval without a cent
payment. Write for bargitiil list and
art ciitiilogiie of swell 'i)8 models.
Bicycle free lo adverilso ihein. Rider
agents wanted. Leurn how to earn a
Bicycle and make money.
J. S. Mead Cycle Agent,
457s<'ii:'0 Chicago, III,
No homo should
Magical  relief,
be without it.
Sold by all dealers.    25 cts.
91tc
Stable to Rent
Opposite tbe Queen's Hotel.  Inquire at
Qiiui'ii'�� Hotel for terms. Aak lor proprietor.
108-tf
Golden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients. ���
TICKETS may be had from the under*
signed or any member of ilia
committee.
PRICE-Ten Dollars por'jW or St*
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting. Secretary,
The imperial Life
Assurance Company
Of Canada.
CAPITAL   STOCK,   $1,000,000.
$250,000 Deposited with Dominion
Government    for  Security
of   Policy   Holders.
President���Hon. Sir Oliver Mowat.
Vice-President- Joseph W. Flavelle  Esq.
Managing Direcior���F. U. Cox.
HEAD OFFICE:-TORONTO, ONT.
E. A. HAQI.K-,-,
219 Agent, Uolden, D. C.
EMULSION
COXHCMl-TlaX ������_.
n.l UN*. MKEASM.
SPITTIXII or BI��OP.
(Or.lB. I*M
or -ITS-TITS.
DEBILITY, the *eBe��t�� of IkUUUcM
ar* at����t uutBircM.
Br Aa aid of Tha D. ft L. Enral-loa, I ham
(otten rial of a backing eoaaih which had troublaa
me for over a jraar, aad hava (olaad cqpatdtf-
ably in weight
T. II. WINGHAM, C.B���
Ms. sod ��1 per BeMte
DAVIS ft LAWRENCE CO,
MONTKEAL.
THE   ALCHYMISTS
Failed in Their Work
of Changing Metals
Into Gold.
Remember, Mr. Voter: Nobody can
tell how you vote.        /
Diamond Dyes  Never Fail
Kake  Old and  Faded-
Tliinjrs Look As Good
As New.
to
You   Ship   to Headquarters When
Foil Prices. Correct Eelaction.
FURS
Pelts,Wo.oi
You Ship   to Us.
Rjpas snd Taga.forelahti Irss.
es,
Tallaw,   lUilBeng,
s ��� '��� ��� ���
Seneca.
""' Write tor CIpoul'ar.glvinR Litfetrt M ikei Prices.
lintiioallaito Itutnlttuncea.
Jas  McMillan & C
Q.     Inc.
Alchomisis liho Gelmr, Alfarahi,
Avicenna, Alberuis Aiiigiius, Artophius
and ethers, who pvetand to be able to
chniigii all the h��S9 metala iuto gold,
were in Ibeir timf.*, ilvst clusi* iuipos-
ters and deceivers.
The art of making old, faded and
dingy dresses capes, nhnwls, jackets,
co.ais, pants, vests, and other articles
of wearing appaiel lookns good nsnew
hi'.s been brought to perfection by  the
300.112 Vint Ave Kwtfa
hink k ajtou-m,. mnn.
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ni'-flW-iirlUtnim
Wui&mm ���*��� ii',"1'-' tifin of 'Vt't**! hionuhic-aireri
t.-'^-u^i S Jp.-iiiw i-A-in^xeur to tM notrti
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mySorwwnhoiflS
���in'e. BAlo'lH.-crr
. , 'cup.o," ran tain
���fill FfHrfWrt, et'iit /toe.
WHITEATONCUto
CORNI8H ft CO.y
\ ''hy.lfti'^r'x i.-tii'utnn^onjtrrftm*
I ui...- t'i..i ��*i!tfrsililu IMn�� bj
< wiilrli any ���>������ 1 ��ui *\\A\y *!bt��lB ft
5 POHSIHH i'|:.iionr(itt,-��nfpfBmh.
> Lit. Full **<iJlitu_Uoii wilk won
i, civilvicitn.
,v'        .> ill.i..'f,Mtil���� *'t A��"Tlrnn fl>���������>* ni\<\ O-trtn. WASHINGTON.   N��  3*	
<W*y��5yt*y*'-rnri^^ T'-y^yy THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, JULY 1,   1898.
SSS!!5!^**S
DANGER    AHEAD
When   children   are
Weak and Sickly
in summer time.
Paine's Celery Compound makes them
Healthy, Happy
and Joyous.
The Great Medicine is
blessed by thousands of Mothers.
Try it for Your Boys and Girls
Wells ft Richardson Co.,
Dis/kit Silts: -I think it my duty to
write to you lor ue benefit of all who
have delicate children, and to make
knowH what Paine's Celery Compound
has done for my child. She has been
delicate all her life. I have tried many
medicines, and have had her under al
lopathic and homoepaihic treatment
bat with little benelit. Almost in de
spair, and as a last resort, I tried
Paine's Celery Compound, and after
using three bottles she is now perfectly
well and strong. I have also used
yon medicine myself for complications
arising from overwork and loss of rest,
and am greatly benefitted thereby. I
would strongly urge All who are in
Any way afflicted to do as I have done,
"try Paine's Celery Compound," aud
be convinced af its wonderful curing
power.    Tours gratefully,
Mrs. A. K, Stinohcombe,
4S4 William St., London, 0.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tb* services In the Presbyterian
Church an Sunday will be at 11 a, m.;
Sunday School And Bible Class at 2 p.
m.
Cal. Baker's meeting at Moyle City
wound up with three cheers for Bailli*
und th* Opposition.
Hon, J. Costigau, M. P., passed
through Calgary tbe other day on his
way te Nova 8cotu on a prospecting
tear.
Subscribe to the Golden Era nnd
help to advance the interests of the
district. Send ti tor a year's subscription!
As the result of a fight with picks,
shovels, and rocks, at Moyie City,
Mike Cronin is in gaol snd John Slier*
win* io th* doctor's hands.
J. Lacey, ol Fairmont, waa received
Into the Oolden Hospital last week
���uSerlng from internal injuries sustained by a horse rolling oa him,
' Messrs. C. H. Parson and W. Suthei
land were nominated on Saturday as
Trustees of Golden School, and Mr.
Parson withdrawing, Mr. Sutherland
wss deelsrsd elected.
The International says that the ex*
Atnlaatiou of John Phillips, charged
with killing Edward Bawlf. at Egan's
Camp, was held before Mr. Armstrong,
wbo held that there was sufficient evidence to remand Phillips to the assizes,
This was don*,
On Saturday evening a football
match was played by tha Oolden boys
Against a team from the Columbia
River Lumber Co's Mill. 11. M. Wilson captained the former, and W,
Robertson tha latter. Robertson team
won by 1 goal to nil after a well contested gam*.
Lsitch's mill at Cranbrook was the
scene ol an accident thst nearly cost
th* injured man a Isg. McTavish.who
Is a teamster in ths mill's employ, was
loading logs from an Incline on his
vehicle when the log began to roll, He
tried to stoo it with his foot, but
oould not, and the result was a' inang*
' led ankle and foot.
. Hundreds ol tbonsands have been
Induced to try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, by reading what it has done
for other*, and having tested its merit* (or themselves are today its warrant Iriends. Sold by all druggists,
Lauglay ft Co. wholesale Agents Vic-
tori* *nd Vancouver.
On Saturday avening a special train
Ci.sad through Ooldsn with Messrs
oKensle ft Mann's o itfit returning
from the Stiekene, to cart work on
the Yukon railway. One ol the foremen informed us that they expected to
b* going back nut ipring after the B.
C. Parliament meets, when MoKensie
ft Mann expected a larger grant to go
en with th* Tesliu Lak* Railway.
" For threo year* we have never
been without Chamberlain'* Colic,
(.'holer* end Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house," fays A. H. Patter, with E. C.
Atkins ft Co., Indianapolis, Ind., and
my wife would as soon think of being
without flour as a bottle of this Remedy In the summer season. Wo have
used It with all three ot onr children
nnd it has never failed to cure���not
simply stop pain, but cure absolutely.
It is all right,' and anyone who tries
it will find it so." For sale by all
druggists, Langley ft Co, wholesale
Agnt* Vielori* Aid Vancouver.
On Thursday, July 7th, A conceit
will be given in Oolden by Miss Carrie
Lash, th* celebrated contralto singer,
and Miss Bentrise Hamilton, who is a
clever elocutionist. The entertainment
will be under the auspices of the Foot
ball Club.
Mr, Isaac Hornsr, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and
one of the most widely known men. in
the state was eared of rheumatism
after three years of suffering. He savs:
-'I have not sufficient command of
language to convey and idea of what I
suffered, my physicians told tne that
nothing could be done for me; and my
friends were fully convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of
my suffering. In June, 1894, Mr.
Evnue, then salesman for the Wheeling Drug Co., recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm. At this time my
foot and limb were swollen to more
than double their normal size and it
seemed to me my le>; would burst, bin
soon after I began using the Pain Biilm
the swelling begun to decrease, the
pain to leave, and now I consider that
I a,in entirely cured. For sale by all
druggists, Langley _ Co., wholesale'
Agents Victoria and Vancouver
Wanted
Wanted:  Seven order writers. Salary
or commission to suiuihlo persons.
ADVERTISER,
4o9 Medical Building, Toronto.
Wanted: Men in-d women who enn
work liurd talking nnd writing six li urs
daily lor six aiuys a week, aud will bo content
wilh ten dollars weekly.   Address;
NEW IDEAS CO.,
409 Toronto.
Wanted: Teachers and otlier bright
men for vncutiou or permanently io solicit
for "t'aniiila: an Entayulojju-dia of the
Country," in fia-e royal quarto , oliiuies. iSo
delivering; uoniuiisbioii > aid weekly.
The l.i.iscutt Publishing Co.,
409 Toronto.
W nil ted: Young men nnd women, or
older ones if still young m spirit, of undoubted character, gntiu talkers, ambitious and in
dustrieus, cau' find employment in n good
cause, with S-to per month and upwards according Inability.
409     REV. T. S. LINSCOTT, Toronto.
WANTED-TRUSTWORTHY AND AC
tive gentlemen or Indies to travel for
responsible, esiablisheal house in Hriti-.li Col
umbia. Monthly #*YO0 ami expense*. Position steady. Reference. Enclaise self-addressed stamped envelope. Tne Dominion Com
pany, Dept. Y Chicago. 2WapL'.'i
4gents: Book business is better than
f.ar years past; also have better and faster
selling books. Agents clearing from 310 to
WO weekly. A few ieadersate "Queen Victoria," ''Life of Mr. Gladstone," "My
Mother's Biblo Stories." Progressive Speaker," "Itloniliko liolal Fielals," "Women,"
" glimpses of the Unseen," " Breakfast,
Dinner and Supper."   Books on time.
Brailloy Giirretsoii Co., Limited,
4o9 Toronto.
Wanted.
FOR TWO ENGLISH SYNDICATES.
Groups of Claims in which interest will be
given tor the devcloi'ment of tbo pro|ierty,
Claiina must be such ns will t-tautl exauilna
tion.  Apply
E. A. HAGGEN,
Mining Agent,
Goldon.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
ELLEN P. and BUCKSKIN Mineral
Claims, situate in ihe Golden Mining liivia-
ion of North-Lust Kuuteiuiy District, locaied
in Cariboo Basin* ou th_ Middle Fork of the
bpilliiiihclieen Hi ver.
Take notice that we. Leonard R. Koyser,
Free Miner's Certi Hunts No. tiOlO A, and ���).
C. H. Jolliile, Free Miner's Certificate No.
Mxttl, int nd, sixty days from the date hereof, to itpi'ly to the Mining Hocorder for a
certificate of improvements, for the purpn.se
uf obtaining a (J nm-u grant of the above cl; tinis
And further take u-.tieo that action, under
sectiun ;t7. must be cammeuued before the issuance of such certificate uf improvements.
Dated this 7th day of June, IftH.
1 Leonard H. Kovaer,
ij.UH.JolUffe.
NORTH EAST KOOTENAY MINING
ASSOCIATION.
Hon. F. W. Aylmer President
\V. (i. MiieholMmien Vice     do
VV. G. Neilsou, J. J*    do       do
K. .lohnsmi  do       do
E. A. Unggcn Secretary-Treasurer
The regular meetings of tlio awweiati'm
will bo held on tho first Tuesday iu every
month nt the Columbia House, Goldon.
All possible information will be furnished
by tho association upon application to
E. A. lUttOi.N*, Sec, Golden.
ALWAYS KEEP OH HAND
mmKiller
Witt IS RO KIHD OF PAIR OR
'ACHE, INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL,
' THAT PAIN-KILLER WILL HOT RE-
I LIEVE.
-k LOOK OUT POR IMITATIONS AND 6U0-
_ 8TITUTES.     THE GENUINE BOTTLE <
*f BEARS THE NAME,
t      r-EBRY DAVIS k 80N.
LAKESIDE Hotel.
Windermere
Taynton .. tlo-.-.lo.a Props.
Good Aooomodation for prospectors n nd
Freighters,   First chins meals,
*ir- Rates : Moderate,
If You are Wanting a
TYPEWRITER
Why Not Buy the Best?
To Let.
An office In Oolden in a conveniently
situated locality.    Apply to
E. A. HAGGEN,
428jc3 Oolden.
To  Let.
House of six rooms in Golden, furnish*
ed or unfurnished.   Apply to
E. A. HAGGEN,
Golden.
The British Columbia Review,
Miiiinj* Journal and Commercial
laeeoral.    1'iiblUhed in London.
Subscription, Si!.50 per annum.   Subscriptions and .advertisements received by
E. A. HAOOEN, Oolden,
Agent for East Kootenay,
Healthful, safe, inexpensive home
treatment for alcoholism. No hypodermic injections; no publicity, no lo s
of time from business and a certainty
of cure. Consultation and correspon-
UrtAflC PI I L>C donee free and
nUtllt    bUnt confidential.   Dr.
enn  niiiN- mctaggast,
rUn Uninn. London, Out. Bo
ferenoos as to Dr. McT��(,'Bart's professional integrity permitted by Sir W.
R. Meredith, Chief Justice; Hon. O.
W. Ross, Mlnisier of Education ; G.
W. Yarker, banker; H. 8. Strathy,
manager Traders' Bank.
Particulars can be obtained on reference to the Editor of The Golden
Era.
The MUNSON possesses
many points of superiority
over all other writing machines. The most durable
typewriter manufactured.
Address for particulars,
The Munson Typewriter
Company,
Manufacturers, 240-244 VV, Lake Street,
Chicago, III. r.17
Livery and Feed Stables
flood Saddle Horses and
Rigs of all kinds for
Hire at Reasonable Rates.
TearaiiiK of all kinds a specialty.
-t-X + X-r
A. C. Hamilton,
GOLDEN, B. C.
131tc
HULL BROS & Co.,
Wliolettale and Itctall
...Butchers
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,   B. C.
2fitc
The McMurdo House,
I...III10XATB LANDING,
EAST KOOTENAY,
Ciiak. C.uiTWRiOHT, Proprietor,
-*-*��**w
Good accommodation for Miners.
Best Brands of Liquors Kept,
SadiUe or Pack Horsee for Sale or Hire
llEto
Canadian
East via the Lake Routes.
Graa.iy Reduced Rates.
Stcamem Leave Ft. William
Alberta every Friday.
Alhalia**c.t every Sunday.
Manitoba every Tuesday.
Connecting with trains from Golden,
Klondike Gold Fields
Direct via C. P. R. S-eitipera to
Wrangel & Skagway.
S. S. Tartar and Athenian
The lurgest  steamers emiared  in  tho
Yukon trade.      Specially   filted  fair
the passenger 'rallie, having sup.r
ior iK'.iKiiuirioiiutiou for all classes.
Wil! sail from
VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Every Thursday.
Write for pamphlet descriptive of
rotitee to the Yukon nud other particulars in connection with the
Klondike.
Apply to the nearest Canadian   Pacific Railway Ai;ont, or address
UOBT. KERR,
Traffic Manager,
Winnipeg, Man,
C. E. WELLS,
lite Ticket Agent, Golden
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For
NTHoi
I Cljl��JS  DIE BESTANTl-RHEUMAriO
NflRjiSf. PLASTER MADE
i^wSffl BMH.nABiwi im et^itaa
85*lJL80INIY��Dl
men
ROUS PRICE -100
���"rViw/yrnsiaa
WHEEL.
Too!
MILLER R0DE0NE2093 MILES IH 132 HOURS
The Eldredge
$BO.OO
The Belvidere
$40.00
Superior to all others Irrespective
ol price.   Catalogue tells you
why.   Write for one.
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NATIONAL SEWING HACniNE CO..
���M BROADWAY,
New York.
Pactairy.
BELVIDERK, ILL.
Ida bailing Specialists of America
20 YEARS IN DETROIT.
250,000 CORED.
WECURE EMISSIONS 1
Nut bins ran lid wore d-jmoraHziiig to r%
yauup ur miiIdl-o-iired men thun tbaiircK*
puce of UiOM "niiitiily lott-M?'     They
inoducp wenlifiwf. norvouroos&i o. nouns
nf liii-nust nud a whole t ruin of eyroptouip.
Tli&y urtCt a nun for l)UGUQeS& luarrieJ
lifo and rorl.il bapptnon, No nialtor
whether caiuc.1 by evil h.il.i.s in youth,
Ofttuinl w'K'.hnei'.A oi' s.suiil i*.<Qos*-eu, our
New Method Trattiuont trill poeitirely
oareyou.
NO CURE* MO PAY
Reader, you peed help, l.-uly abnn or
later cscohcj tuny hnvo won-* m-*l you.
Uxpoeuro Dor DttfO UiHatfHl you. You
aro not ?ofo tiil c'.iretl. Our N��i,v Method
willt-iireym:.   Yourun norirli.
250,000 CURED!
Young Mun���You aro pnlo, f-ioblol
ond linesard; porrOQS, irriubln and ex-1
oitiil'le. You b<<como forgetful, luorone, I
and -..efipnnd-Di; iiiolthf-s aud piinplon.|
eunkon tyns, w/tnklod /-*.<:��, -loopinc I
form and dT,vncii!:t oountt'canoo teveal I
tho blight of your e-istenco.
V/ECURE VARICOCELE
No iT!itt(*i* horr eeriotil your oaso may
ba, orbtiw limif y.iu uinr liKVo hud it, our
KBW ilRTJiOD TKliATMIiNT will
euro It. Tho "wormy veins" return to
their normal oondition aud lionoe tho
usual 014-nus roocire proper nourish*
ment. Tho or-piua hocnnie vitaliied, all
unnatural drains or Iuk^ps coose and>
mnnly iiowerd rutuin. No temporary!
In-neat, out a permanent cure &*-.-nred.
NO CUKK, NO PAY. NO OPERA-
TF.ON NMiES. AUY. NO XOTSN-'
WON FHOM BUBIKKSS.
CURES GUARANTEED!
We   trctat   nnd   cure    B i'l'HJ LIS, SSI
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148 S.-lLi.eV STREET,   fc
DETROIT, MIOH. f}'
Upper Colurqbia NaVigatioq & Train-
Way Co., L't'd, and
Iqternatioqal  Transportation Coy.
Connecting with C. P. R. ��t Golden B. C, and
Great  Northern  Railway at Jenningfe, Montamt.
Direct Route to  Fort Steele.
Steamers leave    Golden Tuesday and
Friday mornings at 4 a, m.   Connect
at   Windermere with  Stage for Fort
Steele and Wunlncr.
The only quick uud comfortable route.
Consignors will be charged with all
way freight between Golden and Windermere at which -point a Company's
agent wilt be stationed.
All freight and charges on goods to
Windermere aud points   beyond will
havo to be paid to the Company's agent
at Windermere before delivery of goods.
Baggage allowance, on Steamer 150 lbs.
|ier lulnh ; allowance on Stage 25 lbs.
|,er adult. If desired extra baggage can
be forwarded by express team at express
rates (10 cents per pound}.
Address nil uxpnss care of U. C, Co', Golden.
3S��Ht
0. II. Parson,
Malinger,
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** 'Urn
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The Beams and Rafters
ore to a building just what
the slaylag Is to
Shorey's
Ready-to-Wcar
Qothes.
The inside of one of
Shorey's coats is here illustrated by a drawing made
from a photograph. The
great advantage of a coat
properly stayed is that it
keeps its shape until it ii
worn out, and does not
look like an old girment after a few weeks wear.
|  An ordinary ready-made garment may look well at
<|  first, but it is made to sell not to wear.
I Shorey's nates oil have a guarantee card In the pocket
COLUlWBlfl 1-tlVER
IiUlWBEf-"* CO., IiT'O,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds
of Lumber, Etc.
 CONTRACTORS TO THE C. P. R.
Golden and Beaver, B. 0.
357st
Guessing or knowing shoes.
The difference between buying
a pair of " Winter Shoes " aud a       /repair of com tn oa  allocs, is just
the difference represented iu a
waled letter and an opened one
with a responsible signature.
The sealed letter mny contain
a large cheque, or a bailiff's notice.   The
opened letter���well you know just what it is.
The common shoes may" lw" good ones under the finish
but how do you know?
" Slater Shoes '' benr a pedigree tag whicli tells exactly
the leather they're of, its wear, pecularities or faults.
Goodyear Welted.   ��3.50, #4.50 and .5.50 per pair.
"THE SLATER SHOE."
Catalogue
Fate.
I^H^iiM
IF. G. Parson, Sole Local Agent.    242
 FIRST CLASS
Lodging House
opposite the Steele House, fort stbbm-
Prices to Suit Everybody.
C. LEVETT, Prop. M
rm QOivm era, fiuday, july i, ises.
DANCING TO THE MUSIC OH DEATU.
Thonsauds and thousands of men,
without realizing it, are daily dancing to
.|he music of death. It is a measure that
��Ttr grow* faster and brings a man
fspidljr nearer aad nearer to the grave.
4 Too much work ���too
't* much business ��� too
1 much worry. Too little
time to eat and drink���
1 to# little time to recre-
J ate and rest���too little
j thought aud care for
health. These are the
j key-notes of the dance
of ill-health. The man
jwho danced to them is soon in the grasp
jof general ilL-health, and will speedily be
in the relentless clutch of some fatal
malady. It may he nervous exhaustion
jor prostration; come wasting disease,
deadly consumption, or almost any ailment in the category of human ills.
There is a sure, speedy, and permanent
remedy ct hand.
Ninety-eight per cent, of all ca_.s of
consumption, chronic, or lingering
coughs and kindred ailments are cured
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It acts through the blood directly
pn the lungs, driving out all disease
f**errns and building up new and healthy
tissues. It builds firm flesh and makes
rich, pure blood. It tones the nerves
jBfid brightens the brain. It invigorates
.the liver and makes the kidneys active,
pntggists have nothing  else "just as
' "About two years ago I had irrip, which
Jeft tae feeling miserable���no strength and
�� cough," writes Mrs. C. Maynard, of Kast
"Lyme, New Loudon Co., Conn. "As some
pf mv family died with consumption I
feared thnt, so I began taking Dr. Pierce's
���Golden Medical Discovery. After taking
the second bottle I felt much better, and
*jiow am feeling very well for one of my age
/sixty-three years). Havfc had a house full
pf company nil summer and two hired men
part of the time, and I have done all the
work alone,"
" About two years ago I was taken with
e��eiua in its worse form," writes Austin
"Ramsey, Esq., of Saltillo, Huntingdon Co.,
��_. I commenced doctoring for it as
aoon as I found put what it was. Tried
three doctors but got no relief. I thought
It would set me wild; it itched and burned
���o badily, I thought I could not live. The
neighbors thought 1 would never he cured.
I wrote to you and you advised me to try
your'Golden Medical Discovery/ I commenced to take tbe 'Discovery' as you
Hid. I look four bottles before X saw any
tbance��� then I began to get better. I have
taken sixteen bottles in all. Took your
f Pellet*' with tbe 'Discovery.' I am now
pboutwelt. I had kidney trouble for four
or five years and your Golden Medical
Discovery' also cured that sound and well.
I cannot say enough in praise of your
''Golden Medical Discovery.'"
"1 consider Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
piacovery the finest remedy ever compounded, for bladder trouble," writes Prof.
C. Chreincr, of Carthage, Jasper Co., J-Jp,
"My cue was a desperate one. / was
planned, and had about given up all hope**.,
J consulted Dr. Anderson and he told me
mine was the worst case of catarrh of the
Madder he ever saw. He told me there was
paly oue remedy in the medical world that
he knew of that would reach my case aad
that was Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical T_ is-
��.vcry. In less than one half-hour after I
ad my first dose I felt relief. Three bottles have cured rae sound and well. Now
where can I find words to express my
gratitude?"
Rev. Dr. C, P. McDonald, of Grafton,
R -Dak., President of the North Dakota
Christian Endeavor Union, writes "Mrs.
McDonald thinks so much of your book
'Common Sense Medical Adviser* she
grants a second copy of it���she has loaned
to a neighbor the first. I enclose 31 cents
for cloth bound copy."
''The Common Sense Medical Ad-
iri��e>,0 Dr. Pierce's thousand-page family
doctor book with over/three'tiundred
illustrations and colored plates, will be
���sent for a limited time only, absolutely
I fn*, paper-bound, on receipt of thirty-
one cents iu one-cent stamps to pay the
ipoit of customs aud mailing only. Address, World*s Dispensary Medical Association, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo,
N. Y. If a handsome, cloth-bound volume is preferred, send fifty stamps, to
pay extra cost of this handsome end
pore durable binding.
No home library is complete without
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser,
The Ranches.
OOLDEN
Messrs. Vachon's ranch at Goldon is
looking particularly well this season.
In tht garden is a line crop oi vegetables, while th,e small-fruit trees are
laden with the coming crop. The
apple-trees also look well, disproving
the idea hitherto indulged in that
apples cannot be successfully grown in
Oolden. The liaytpeadows also pro-
pise an abundant crop.
Ranching is receiving increased attention at Carbonate. R. Cartwrlght
has been doing some excellent cultivation, with promise of good crops. \V
YTallace has taken np a section which
M hat bsen busy clearing W. Smith
has pot in crops of oats and potatoes,
and J. Conkrite has ten acres under
rrops whioh are looking splendidly,
tf. ""jinf/rey's hay-meadows and oat
crops are particularly good. At the
peg ftancb H. O. Parson is getting a
' ponsiderable area of land under cultivation,
fiklXSA)
-One ol the best known men of the
Colombia Valley isG. McMillan,whose
ranch it situated at Galtna, where he
alts mi the post office. The farm in-
pludet 80 acres ol rich meadow land.
IS acres apt tinder crop, consisting ot
pat*, wheat, and potatoes. Mr. McMillan mainly devotes hia attontion to
Rattle raising for which tho farm is
well suited. The breeds oi cattle plainly kept on tht ranch art the Durham
and Short-horn. Fine cattlesheds have
hew built which are a protection from
tht hut and flies in summer and from
eatrcme cold Ip wipter. A shed is al*
*�� provided for tbo farm implements
and vehicles,     A good deal of feed is
grown on tlio farm. Dairying receives,
a fair amount of attention, Mrs. McMillan being an excellent butter maker.
A cool dairy woll supplied with pure
cold water has been fitted up. and
with it an ingenious arrangement
whereby the churning is done by water-power. Corn has been successfully
grown on the farm. The garden is a
picture witli its early onion and vegetable crops.
Neil McRue'a ranch Is located between tho (arms of Messrs. McMillan
and W. Botfleld. It is alongside the
Golden-Fort Steele road, with a grand
patch of cla'aring between tho road anal
the river.     The ranch consists of 180
season disproving the idea promulgated in a report by the Department of
Agriculture that the District could not
grow good wheat. Mr. Hotfiela.'s
ranch has the advantage that it dous
not require surface irrigation, the soil
being sufficiently moist from sub-irrigation to enable the ranch to be run
without drains.
The homestead of T. E. Pirie, is one
of the most attractive in the valley.
A large two-storey residence of nine
rooms has been built, and its occupation now only awaits Mr. Winn's attention to complete the plastering. Mrs.
Pirie is a great lover ol flowers and
the line collection of pot plants seen in
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My nomination as an Opposition Candidate in the approaching General Election for our Legislature, culls on me to state to
you briefly, ihe course, which in my opinion, I should take if
olected oo vour Representative.
So far as I have been able to pleasure the feeling of this
Constituency, it is one of disappointment in the administration
of our Provincial affairs. In the presont contest lam glad to say,
we are not so divided on party lines, as tc debar us from taking
our choice of men throughout the Province for the ensuing Parliamentary term, and it ia to be hoped that an independent effort
will be made in this direction. Holding tho opinion, as I do, that
the record of the present Government, in tho disposal of Public
Lands, and their administration of the Provincial finances, not
having been such as to command my support, it is my plain duty
for tho present, te claim your suffrages as an Oppcsition Candidate. This does not necessarily mean that I must place myself
in such antagonism to any administration, as to defeat what
should be my primary object as a Representative, namely, the interests of my own Constituency.
Kor does it mean that I am iu full alliance wiih the Opposition party as it has stood before the Legislature during the past
four years. For this reason, if no other, I would ask ut the
hands of my Constituents, if elected, a freo indulgence of my own
judgment as to the course I should adopt in ihis particular respect.
I look for at least a reconstruction as tbe result of the General
Election, and that we may have an Administration fully meeting
the demands of our rising Province.
The large appropriation of to.COO,COO under the recent Public
Works Loan Amendment Act, while indicating a generous tendency in the disposal of public funds, cannot meet the approval of
intorior Cons'ituoncies. V.'e aro interested in something more
than building up our terminal cities, nnd the exclusive welfare of
dietricts immediately tributary to them. It will therefore, be my
first contention that, substantial jusiice should be given to the
Eastern portion of this Province, as compensation for tho enormous appropriation made directly, I consider, iu tiie interest of
Coast Constituencies, for which we too have to bear our share of
the burthen. In this connection, I may say that the terms subsidizing the Teslin Lake Railway have my approval as a legitimate business transaction, apart from other considerations, and
which are, first; whether there is an urgent necessity to build, at
present, tho southern portion of this lino, and secondly, whether
wo have not been too precipitate in snatching from the Dominion
Government, a responsibility which rightly belongs to it, iu the
interest of Eastern Provinces, more than to British Columbia.
We have, within ourselves, sufficiently attractive features in our
vast mineral resources, to Full v- warrant the investment of capital
and influx of population, or in other words, we have our own
affairs, to which it might ho better, at present, that we give our
undivided consideration. I mean by this that, being so wholly
dependent, as we are upou the opening up and en.rgotic development of our mines, the further construction of roads, and increased facilities of interior transportation, becomes an imperative
necessity. To this I will urge the consineration of the Government, and trust that in justice to this, the Extreme Eastern Constituency of tho Province, further appropriation will be now made,
and tbat wo may have, at least, what fairly belongs to us,
My electiou at your hands, I would accept as a mark of confidence and trust, sufficient to determine ine inguardingfaithfully
the position in whioh you shall have placed ine as your Representative. In my appreciation of this trust, and an earnest
ondcavour to serve your interests, I sincerely hope that it will not
be expected tbat I am to defeat, or risk the opportunity given me,
by such a thankless allegiance to party measures as might thwart
what I consider my imperative duty towards developing the
material resources of the North Riding of East Kootenay,
-Anticipating and thanking you for your support,
I am at your service,
\V C. WELLS.
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SUFFERED  FOR  YEARS.
Jolnta and I.lniba Were Swollen Three
Tlmea Their Natural Mte --The
Suffeier in lied for a Tear nnd a
Half.
Mrs. Wm. Thew, who is well known
in the town of Wiarion, was a sufferer
from heart trouble and articular rheumatism for a period of fifteen years.
Lately her condition has so much improved that a reporter of the Echo
called upon her to ascertain to what
cause the change waa due. Mrs. Thew
while not courting publicity, consented to give a brief statement of her Case
in hope lhat some other sufierer might
be benefitted, She said:���"My joints
were all swollen up to three limes their
natural sine and for a year anal a half
I was unable to leavo my bed. I secured
medical treatment and the doctors
tolrl ine I would never he able to walk
again. 1 took medicine they prescribed
but ii failed to give any reieif. I took
patent medicines hut they did hot
help me. Having noticed an advertisement in a paper for Dr. Williams,
Pink Pills, I concluded io give thorn a
trial and they gave me relief from the
tiino I commenced using them about
tho first of January last, I have taken
ten boxes. I am now able to go around
without assistance and do all my housework." Dr Williams' Pink Pills cure
by going to tho root of disease. They
renew and build up the blood, nnd
strengthen tne nerves, thus driving
disease from the system. Avoid im'
tations by iu��isting that every box
you purchase if inclosed in a wrapper
bearing the full trade mark, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.   4')2
NEWS In BRIEF
Serious strike of lumberman at Osh-
kosh, Wis,
Policeman named Twohy   shot   bv
tramps at London, Ont.
One of the bouts of tho Russian ship,
Bay of Naples, capsized off New
Caledonia. U sailors were devoured
by tbe sharks.
Seems as if all the things we like
disagree wilh us, nnd ail the things
we don't Iiko, agree witli us. Dyspepsia lurks m most of tiie good things
wo eat, aiiil indigestion follows tlio
gratification of appetite. Of course, it
isn't Nature's'fault, Nature does the
host she can, and if a man will only
help her a little bit at tho right time,
he may eat what lie likes and as much
as ho likes. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-
leu nre for people troubled with indigestion. Particularly tor those in
whom it manifests itself in the form
of constipation. The ''Pellets" are
quick and easy in their action. They
a:e in perfect harmony with Nature.
They effect a permanent euro. You
need take thein regularly only a litilo
while. After that, use them occasionally when you need them when you
have e.aten anything that disngra'es
wilh you. They muy be taken just as
freely as you avould take waior or any
oiher necessity of life Ouco used they
ato always iu favor. 4aVj
G The Prince of Entertainers
1   Fred . ..
Emerson
Brooks..
Will give an entertainment at the
Columbia House Hall,
GOLDEN,
On Zaturday July 2nd.
Come and hear the Poet Humorist of California.
The Treat of a Lifetime.
A man whose praises have been sung by Statesmen, Soldiers,
Authors, and by the Press wherever be has appeared.
Dont miss this opportunity.
You will never regret it.
Read in the Columns of the Goi.dss Era the opinion! of thost
who have heard him.
Admission: Reserved Heats 75 cents; Body of
Hull 50 cents.
Plan of Hull at Goi.dss Era Offiob, where teats may be
reserved. 451jy8
Miners! The way for you to success i
is to make known the resourcis of
your camps. The way to Uo that is to
send ue.vii of your finds to theGoi.DES
Era. Subscrihe yourself to iheEHA
and -ac.n'1 it to vour fl'iorlds. The EltA
will tell ihem all about it better than
you cau.    $'i a year.
life. '4\%
seres, 10 acriBOf which are under cultivation, the crops being oats.po'atoes.
barley and wheat. The etuik oh the
ranch consists of sheep, horses, cattle.
Poultry receive a fair share of attention.. Mr. McRae has carried out extensive improvements as far as be haB
gono, and reckons that the cost of
e'earing th.e land, fencing and bringing into cultivation averages about
330 per acre,
W. Botfleld bat taken up 320 acres
here. A portion of ths farm hat been
cleared and cropped. Mr. Botfleld takes
a justifiable pride in the fact that ho
grow Rn excellent sample of wheat lost
i
the windows as the visitor approaches
marks it at mice as a home where tho
beauties of nature are not placed second
to anyihing else. The farm has a high
reputation for its dairy resources, the
butter turned out by Mrs. Pirie being
amongst the best that comes to Golden, A nice dairy has been built over
a siieun of water, which serves to
keep it cool and it is now proposed to
bring in water-power to drive the
churn, thus saving a lot of labor. Mr.
Pirie has adopted the Hoistein breed
of dairy cattle. A large stable it about
to be built en the ranch the logs having been got out for It.
...WE  PRINT...
LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
ACCOUNTS,
CIRCULARS,
ENVELOPES,
HAND BILLS,
TICKETS,
TAOS,
CARDS,
POSTERS,
LAW BRIEFS.
BANK WORK,
LUMBER B00K8,
BILLS or LADING,
ELECTION TICKETS,
DRUGGISTS LABELS,
DOCUMENT WRAPPERS,
RECEIPT and DELIVERY BOOKS.
Send us your orders.
That 1b what we are here for.
The Golden Era Company
LlMITEII LIABILITY.
E. A. HAGGEN,
managing Director.
Address: Golden, B. C.
E. A. Haggen,
Notary Public and Ool.veyn-.eor.
Mining, Ileal Estate and
Financial Agent  ....
l'urchaBcrs Obtained for Prospects and Developed Claims.
Address: _   , ���
.... tSoltlcn, It. C.
w**-__��a
For Sale
MINES.
Group of two claims of gold-hearing quartz
in hist mineral district of Kast Kootcniiy-
Assays up to S700 in gold. lti.lv
Placer lease. 15
Group of two gold claima. One of tho best
propositions on tho market, and vim ha
cheaply developed. Assays gave about S'JX)
per lon.' I-
Interest in gold property in exchango for
development work. *��
Oroupofl3 claims, dei el.iped. No better
propertyin llritish Columbia. V-
Ciroup of tlueo claims in quartz country.
Good average assays. ^  18
Claim in ono of best locations in Solkirlis.
Cheaply worked. Assays SU5 in gold, silver
and copper. M
Choicb gold property, freemilling.
Assays up to $M0.   Development work     la)
Two claims in good location. Quarts carrying golal and copper. 20
Claim adjoining known gold property.   81
Threo claims near Columbia River. Big
ledge, gold and coppor. *
Two claims, 10 It. lodge assays lugoWand
16 per cent coppor. �����>��-
Threo claims, developed, assays 828 in
golal, best location in Solkirks. io
Gold quartz claim, assays S33. 'X
Golal quartz claim, developed, good lead,
assays to i-v.8. ^ ��� 28
Two quartz claims in convenient position,
pan gold. **
Group of 4 claims, one assaying $5 in Gold
and DO per cent copper. I*
Five claims, coppor and gold, value ?30 a
ton. al
Three quartz claims, no cash, working proposition, ���
Three claims in proved country. 83
One-third uuassessiblo interestindevolopoil
group of claims near Goldon.    ��� 38
Silver lead mine. One of the largest in the
world. 60,000 tons ot ore blocked out ready
tn ship. Location convenient to railway.
Prico, 8600,000. *��
Group of threo claims In Moyio district.
Free milling gold averaging til per ton.
Considerable development. *���
Group of two claims nt Moyle. Freo milling gold.   Big proposition. ��
Claim nt Moyle. Copper and gold. Developed.   Good prospect. *-l
Group of claims, freemilling gold quartz.
Grout) oflthree claims, gold, silver, lead
and bsimuth. -���
Group of 4 claims, very promising prospects. *8
Group ol 4 claims, gold quarts. 49
Group of two claims, gold quartz, worth
developing. "���
Groun of 5 claims, gold, silver and lead,
near railway. 51
Lease of hydraulic river bed. 62
Claim, carrying bismuth, galena and coppor. Atwayod up to 81100. 35
Gold-copper claim, with big lodge, assayed
Kl. *"
Three claims, which haveshippod consider
ahlo ore���galena and grey copper. oG
Group of three free gold cbdms at Fair-
view. 58a
Group of four free gold claims at Fairview.
581,
Two claims In splondld location. Freo gold
quarts. 59a
Crown grant freo gqld claim In working
camp. 5���
Freo gold developed claim ro��dy lo work.
Assays *I2. *�����
Freemilling gold claim in Washington
Stato. Ready to ship. -"la
Claim on Wild Horse, Nelson. Free gold,
assaying 870.95. A map.. .^    wa
Working freo gold property nearSanFrau-
cisco. Cumplolf. milling and chWinalicn
plant.   Price .tiJo.ooo. tg
Freo gokl propel ty en Selkirk range.    (18
Gaild claim on Lemon creek with two
thirds and cue-third interests in adjacent
properties. g��i.
Two thirds interest in claim on West Slo-
ian lake. cat,
Claim, free gold, in Bridge River Diatrict.
Na
Crown grant, freo gold claim, at Rowland.
��� To*
Freemilling gold claim, near Nelson, 71a
(lain, in Idaho. Free gol 1. ,ja
Hydraulic propertp on Skonua river. Averages Sluo a yard. ',;ia
Copper property running tlo per tea. 7BJ>
22 claims (t Harrison L.iko. Gold and cop-
r��r* .  n��
YUKON MINES.
Three claims of 20 acres each oa Forty
Mile Creek, near Klondike. Extensive development. Shafts, tunnel, shacks, blacksmith's shop and toon. Wash averages 880
per square toot. r,
Two placer claims on celebrated Hunter
Creek. Sluicing will realise 858 per mail
per day.  Title perfect. XI.W
Placer claim on Miller Creek. Primitive
work laat season cleared811,00c per man over
eipeiuos. 37
Claim on F.l Dorado Creek, one of th* banner properties of tho Klondike. Dirt from
No. 2 shaft averaged 85.9) per pan. Well improved.   Title clear    Price, 8800,000.       88
Claim on lloosier Creek. YieldedKoo par.
day to the man. 4&
Claim on Miller creek, running from It, to
83.9o to the pan.
Two claims on ��1 Dorado creek.     84a 64b
Cloiine on Brimstone creek. 84e
Seven claims on Ll Dorado creek.
Claims on Bonanza, Hunker, Alt Geld, Adams, Boar, Boulder, Murphy, Deadwoed
Meaalow, Sulphur, Gawvln and t.rmack
creeks; also ou McKays, Nngget aotl Little
El Dorado gulches.
Full particulars regarding any ef tht
above properties furnished on application by
letter.
MINING   STOCKS.
Treasury stock tn the Vlctoria-Touda
Gold Mining Company. This Mock it offered at the par value ol 25 cents. Five of
the inluea on Toxada Island have hew working for the past 10 months and this company
consialers it owns tlio best propoai ion en tho
island. Prospectus may be seen and fall jar-
ticulars obtained on application at my oflet.
30,i:00 tl shares of treasury stock in on ot
the best properties at Fairview at 80 ctatt
per share.
1,000 shares in Cariboo mint, Clap Nt*
Kinney, a steady dividend payer.
.Shares in Le fiol, Reco, Skx-in Star, lam-
bler-i'ariboo, Last Chance, Idaho. Aufood
livideud payers.
100,000 shares in Klondike XI Denis
company.
loo.ooo shares iu the beet mining lavttt*
ment in Canada.
26,000 shares in Consolidated Cariboo.
RANCHES.
Farm of 260 seres. Windermere district.
Land fenced aud under cultivation. Hoot*
and stable   Rare bargain. 2
Farm of 160 acres, one of tht best and moat
highly improved to be got in Kast Koettaay.l
Farm ol 320 acres at vV Mermen. 88 terra
under cultivation. House and stable, hieing, irrigation.  Cheap, 8
Farm of 400 acres at Windermere-. 100
acres under cultivation.    Home,  stable*,
granary, roothousos, fencing ant irrigation,
lock anil implements.
Farm ot 400 acrea. 3D teres under cultivation. All fenced. Stocked with cutis and
horses. Terms may bo arranged. Thltlt
ono nf tho laest farms in (lie Windermere
district.
2 Farms of 160 acres near GoMta; impmvtd, t
GENERAL.
Goldon town lets.
House with four lots In town tf OoUta
for sale.
Patents fer a Railway Coupler and a Sept
Clamp. r
Two townsllnt on Crows Nut rood.    8 le
WANTED-To borrow for clients, 81,008
and 8600 and 8500 un freehold sacarity.
For particulars of above apply ta
G. A, HAHOKn,
Golden Era Offico.

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