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Array ��-.    " Ir'
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the film of sulphide of iron, or tny
other rtfractory element that may surround and keep it from tha contact
with mercury which is nsfl-tssary.
When it reaches the highest point of f(
temperature -1100�� ���ihe ore fulls thro'
a shower bath of cold Water. Vou
can understand what takes ptoce and
why the ore ia found in such a fine
powdered state after it lias passed
through the cold shower hath and the
temperature reduced from 1600 to tha
ordinary temperature of 100��; the time
occupied   it.   the   work is only ubout claim.
NOTICE.
Application for Certtflentu of  lui-
-V prov'-menta.
*XCEI,SI01l   SII.NKIIAI.   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dninnrd,
free miner's certificate No,<17-rr.'i!Uiii<'iii|.
b'Odays from the date hereof, to a pj.lj io
the Gold Commissioner for a ceriifieule
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant uf theabovo
V
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3rs, AdvociitM, Si
Kit'., hi
ulii-iii.rs for I i.i.l;
ItV.
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.    Mt'CAllTKIt.
M-'Carter.
Si.I  Iters, Notaries
?HE GOLDEN
Moulrool.
.N.W.T.
n. .(.
IKPHHOjV,
I, S. &  IMj.S, for II.C.   DOMINION K
I'I'OVI.VI'I.AIj     I..ami   SI.'KVEVOli,
l)|-..i'j,ll..'!l:,',il.V|i|ii.'.l"l'.i'li'..l'.AI,i:.Ain'.
ing I Smelting
..I.
two minutes It is uu aot of nature,
I repeat, it is a metallurgical feat and
not a theory, The ore comes down
the tower perfectly free and clean and
dropping through the shower bath is
further reduced,the crystals seperately
along their natural line of clearage.
Another stream of water carries them
to a series of amalgamating plates, so
that bv tho time it reaches thc end
nearly the whole of the gold is recovered, and only the valueless tailings are
left. The whole time occupied here is
five or seven minutes. I do not think
there is much reason to fear of any
one else doing the work quicker. For
simplicity, economy and elBoiencv I do
not think impossible for any superior
process to be brought forward. We
uie not in opposition to cyanide which
will treat free milling ores; our work
is only with refractory ore.'' ,.. ...msim
We can only add that this process
will very materially help the gold
mining industry iu this country as
nearly all, in fast all are inure or less
refractory urei. .Unity of.the furnace-.
are biting erected ... the {States and
will be watclied with keen interest.
ulv
And further take notice, thnl i
claim* must be sent tu the Milling Recorder end action commenced before
the issitauco of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this'seventh day of December
1S95.
Wai.tek Da in a ni��,
By his agent. F. W. Aylmer.
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HILL,
ST. C.E.
CO. (Limited)
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i.    I"r. Suriri.i:. B.C.,
������>���*�� ��� auimt-*- _���_>_-_���
NOTICE!
Application    forjii Certificates of  Iin-
prov-Miienta.
KilhU-jf. yAlreAnU,
Liv
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SadiSie H
tatrhaiES.
tbles,
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<j>   i   v* n  t H
IChureii Survltios.a
The usiiul evening service will be
held to-morrow iu St. .Paul's Church
at 7:80 o'clock.
iuoiuuu.j. um.ic�� will be buld iu the
UotlOOl     liuubu     lo  .jjU.'.UlV     il.Ullllllri   "I
lo o'u.U-,>| ^.'i.uucly- oy ���.*-. Iio.l-o,
j^rusu^ie.iau service w.ii oo Hind
to-iuorruw evuiiing in mo sciiuoi
Ij^m.io ��... i:oo o't-'uc-, cuiiuuOiuu . v
iiciv. 1'. ti. UUssiuru, ii.A.
GOLDfiK
i Dealers.
D. C.
HIDDEN TKBASUIll!
A-   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Thomas Joi
free miner's certillcate No, 4i"Mt>, iutenu
DO days from date hereof, to apply to   .���-,   j.j.?       ->V .
the Gold   Commissioner for certilii'.at^   ItBivbt-Vy )">"'���''' '-P iil-li
of   improveiiients   for tlie purpose of
obtaining     crown   grants   of   ubove]
claims.
And further take notice thnt adverse
claims must he sent to the Mining Recorder and action   commenced   before i
the issuance of such certificates uf in.-
provemeuts.
Tnos. Jones,
By his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated   this  14.h day jf December. !
WX>.
PURCHASERS + OF +ALL + CLASSES + OF
Gold, Silver <S Lead Ores.
For fu]'] particulars apply to
H 8. ALEXANDER, manager
?     S_' Mil .'. -"I';"   fi     /""���"���"'���i
Iflf-
rlff
Li.^i
.oin
Wi0F
Uridert_;
:ors and             j
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Embalmer3,      "
Culj-jai-y
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ITi.U-tKAI'II
ititiKi: r   I'lci.ii'ri.v
A I'll
XllHIl    lu.                        "
hsUlj, GilciJj, Perratn.!/ Eestorol
Wenfcnes*- fs'erv-
casness, Debility.
end ell tlie train of
evils from earl; errors
or later excess, tho
.^remits of overwork,
sickness, worry, etc,
lull strength, develop,
ment and tone given io
everyorgan and portion
of the body. Simple,
natural methods. Immediate improvement
Seen, Failure impossible. 2,000 references.
Book, explanation and
proa_ tunics' (jaded)
free.
EEIE UECISALCO., Buf/al0, Jf.K.
NOTICE I
Notice of Application for Certlllo-itDs
of Improvements.
8IMCOIJ ANil LANCASIKK  MISBIIAI.
CLAIMS.
Take notice thnt I. John Mrl..��-
friu miner's certi'leali- Nn. "*�� .-��������-.
intend, sixty dais from ihe nan
hereof, t" apply to the' Gobi Cutii-
missioi er for certifiuales of imj-ru i
meulsi lur (he purpose of obtain,u^.
Crown ������runts of the above claims.
And further take notice that i.ilvrrni��
claims must be sent to the Mining lie-
corder. and action commenced before
tbe. issuance of such certificates ul i.u
proveiiieuts,
John- MrB.u:.
By his agent F  W. Avi.'ir.it.
Dated tli is 14th  dny of   December.
18H4.
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COMMERCIAL
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NOTICE.
Dlatrlcl of East Koot.uii.v.
A COURT of Revision invl Appeal
under the Assessment, Ad of IHHH nml
Amending Acts for the (-louthern part
of the district will be hebl in tin-
Assessor's orlice at Fort Steele ni ton
o'clock iu the forenoon on Montlny ibe
2nd day of December, A.D., 1811ft.
A COURT of Revision and Appeal
under the Assessment Act of INKS anil
ABfiiiiBg1 Acs, for ihe Northern pun i
of the district, will   be held  at   the
Assentnr's office, Oolden. nt ten o'clock !
in the forenoon on Thursday the 1 _tIi |
dny of December, A.D., lWlii.
J. F. /)RMST.RONG,
Judge of the Court of .Revision ami
Appeal.
Donald, 4th November, leWi,
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A PERFECT TEA
���T'
..'.v.Cl.O
.ypTURE
ICoro C^TtT"-
have beou ci-
fected ov inv
TruuBes, with
I perfectonse to wenrer. than uyali other
' flt-vice-Nrwiiibln-i'il Ihey etnlniargest
Kupture u itter ���evereBi Btrnin.  A ��y_-
tern of fittinff has been perfected tho
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CIIARirftCXI'TIIF.
i l3iKip*Ut.W..'I'"i",��l,�� -
R-I-P-A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine: Cures thc
common every-day
ille ol humanity.
CAW I OBTAIN A  P.ATnXT?    For a
promiit answer and an boneM oplnton* write to
911 N X -V (!����� who hi\Tf hnd nearly rtftr tear,'
oxrwrionoe tn the potent bu��fneM< Cotnmuniea--
iiuii,- -.fni-fiv r-ntfl'lrwitiel, A Hmiitlinalt of In-
foruiutiiji] ooneernftiff PtitiMitM and how tn oF��
tHin choni sent (Toe. Aluon PoteJogue uiuieoh_ji-
if.-ji mill iitfeiitlflo i.iioi.- sent tieo.
Patents tuen tnrpufth Munn & Co. recolve
flnroi,il uittcetnthn fsetttiitlfic Amnrirnn. .111-4
ttiuH ��ro brought widely before tne public witb*
nut rw.-tt t�� tho invontor. This splendid JMmr,
|UttQ-1 \:.!(-kty, filetrdnt ly lllnBtrnted, h.v h? fur tho
larf;i--t olfouiattoa o. ony noicntlne work tn the
worm, 93ji yenr, gami'ie confesiMr-frap,
JBnildinc Bdltton. racnthly, WMa year. -.inct.
QOPies, *J.*i cont-t. Kvcry number cont��ing bi-m!-
tiful plnten, tn colors, and pliotofitapl-s of m*w
hoimcj. with plans, eiiabJIns ouilders to show the
mutt doniuni* fiti'i f-einrr fn'iitrsofs.  AMrc**
MUNM * (.U, A-tf VuUh. _5t*I BUOAUWJ-T.
IN THC V/JIILO
FROM TMC TE* PLANT TO THE TM CUP
in tT*a native pyfitrr.
'' Monsoon " Tea is put up by th-r fndian To*
-,-r.t-arcfs a. a -.lOTjito �����*. the bti��f qu^litie* of Imlimt
'I'r-m. Therefore they mc tho gratKnt drc in tho
��?)Fction of tho Tc* and its Mend, that is why (hey
out it up tht'ttivNn and -irll it only in the original
jMck.-ipt^ thcrrtTV oecuring its purity and esr��llrnr��i
I'nt up in S lb., t lb. and s lb- psckagas, and never
void in bulk.
ALL GOOD GROCERS KEEP IT. Awarded
Highest Honors���World's Fair,
'DHL*
Mm
* CREAM
BAKING
POWDER
MOST PERFECT MADE.
���A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.  Free
Irom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Th phcsphntos of copper.��� The
chlorides of copper and the oxy-uhlor-
iJes. Atuco.uite which is sometimes
med for the extraction of copper, and
hundreds of others which nhall bo
nameless.
OOPl'-R SMELTING,
The   inetullui-i.-icttl     processes   nud j
prnotioes   or   copper   ure (-enerally ao 1
littlo understood thul I make uu upuio- j
jgy   for b'oiii'" off ihe proposed oubjuui
|and   nil-inn   a sueoi.it account. f   ih6|
methods   now acknowledged iu be ihe
I best adapted for tho far west,     There
j is a marked difference in ih-��� proe s.s.s
adopted   in   the   .nisi   lo .bono ill the
I west.     Tlie  Eastern luetallur'-ist eu-
pree demon,   to establish a series of opera-
S -~����-r
/:,rv-.-   ^
r,   j.f.'^-..'. i.r   .rr'....'���,-������'
lions ly whioh lhe ntiuutest trace of
each of the valuable constituents of au
ore may ho recovered, or in other words
he uttemps to elevate the art of metallurgy to its highest stand This scientific enthusiasm is entirely wanting to
the Western met.ilhirni.st. Here we
consider not which is the most advanced in, thod for tbe recovery of all the
metals a., ore may contain, but by
which one can the most money lie
made out of tbo specific ore of a given
locality 110 matter bow wasteful it
may be if it is the most profitable.
Purl-
Iij.ll.
The Golden Curli.iK Club request
the honour of tho company of tbe
ladies and gentlemen nf Donald, Field
and neiithborin-'' towns at their Second
Annual Ball on t|ie eveui ig of Thursday the i'ird inst.
Notice to Taxpayers.
As.essmsnt Act and Provincial
liaveuue Tax.
Kl'0.��,lllllIAI,    t.���i>UHlY    Ol'   EAST
KOOTENAY.
I.V P. I.EAKE, M.E.
Copper Ores.
HUH COI'PEII OltE.
This ore is I believe not abundant in
lEast Kootenay, still I think it will be
well to mention it en passant. Bed
���oxido of copper derives its name of
course from its colour, which is of a
'deep red of various shades. Its streak
is a rather brownish red. It is an
heavy ore almost as heavy us galena,
its ratio on the specific gravity scale is
about ll. This ere possesses a large
percentage of copper, its composition
is HD percent copper and 11 oxygen,
Though these are only pure specimens
th. earthy ores which are called ''tile
-ore'' from its colour, does not give hut
���a small part of this percentage. Tbe
���ore when pure wholly dissolves in
nitric acid, and fuses before the blow-
i.ipe on charcoal to a globule of cop) er.
I- resembles cinnabar somewhat closely but ...ay be readily distinguished by
The blow-pipe as the latter is volatile,
-ami tho former us Slated before yields
ra globule of copper It is associated
-with the other ores of copper iu vari-
���ons parts of the world especially Cornwall,. Siberia and iJ.azril. Culprite is
another name for the ore. .Meluco.iiie
is a inline for another oxide of copper,
the black oxide which occurs lu ..
black powder, generally very Uuli
black. It is an abundant ore of copper
in some Mississippi valley mines ami
has a composition of HO to lo per cut
copper. It results irom the decomposition of other ores of copper, as
|ivrites, etc. Tiie oxides of copper are
easy smelting ores us tbey only leejiiire
��� if containing no sulphide-to be
treated with clurco.il anl a little
litue as a ilux, but of this we will
speak Inter.
(JOI'l'LU Ill.ANCE Ull  lllil.Ut* nil TE.
This ore rarely found iu any quantity is a sulphide of copper uud is of u
lla.rkisli lead-gray colour, very often
tarnished green or blue on the surface,
its composition is 77 per cent copper,
sulphur 20 uud the remainder iron.
before the blow-pipe i. gi-..s off fumes t-! value of tvil.1 I
of sulphur   ui. I   fiisis easily and boils ;    One half of one |ier cent oil personal
ami ultimately gives a globule of  co|
pur, It resembles vitreous silver close-  col,,���
I   hut the blow-pipe reactions ure dif-      Provincial   Revenue  'fax I'I.00 per
Cerent   and   a solution  of   it in nitric ouplta.
���old    which  dissolves it when heated F. C. LANG.
with   it.   covers a clean plate Iron or Assessor.md C'olle.tor.
s-i-l.asa   knife Hale,  with  cojptr. (;0ld-ii. January .ml, H*9.i.
There ar.-- s.i*iue good *>j columns of   the
ore in J-'ast Kooie.my associated with       ��� 	
tlie  other   copper ores iu the granitic
���eric*:
O rH.lt   OPl'-lt Oll-S.
There lire ot bui ores of copper of
various co .positions but, as ihey do
1101 occur in East Kootonay i.i ,:f
iiuwilile quantities we shall only [.mil
tiun il.t'iii ��� y name.
There   tire   lhe sfHenal'    o    copper
w'r...',ll    plWI'll.    ii 1-11      a     i    o     a
w_ 1.' i.nsi "' "' 1. ������'������' 'ermi
wmiil no: : tert'st the eiieral
Just   for   in* ���
Dosai.d Division of E.isr Kooi-enay
Disritiur,
V.TOTICE is hereby given, iu aeeord-
*��� ai.ee with the Suit lies, that Pro-
vincinl Revenue Tax and all taxes
levied under the Assessment Ac are
now due lor lhe year 11!) I. jVII of .be
alio.'.* u.iiniiil taxes collectable wiibiu
the Donald Division of Knst Koolenuy
district, are payable at tny office, the
Conn ttoiiS'', liolden.
Assessed I axes are collectable at the
following ruies. viz. :
If pui I ou or before June '10th I**!)'!:
(me half of one per cent on real property.
Two   per  cent ou assessed value of
wild llllll.
One third of one pel- cent on personal properly.
One half of one nrr cent on income
I' paid after June IlOth WOO
Two t birds   of  one per cent 011 real
property.
Two and one half pi >��� cent ou assess-
[L.S.]        ��. DEWDNEY,
CANADA.
PROVINCE oe BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by t he Grace of God of tho
United Kingdom of Greut Britain
aud Ireland, Queen, Dofeiiiler of
tiie Faith, Ac, Ac, Ac.
To our faithful the Ministers elected to
serve iu tiie Legislative Assembly
of Our Province of British Columbia at Onr City of Victoria���
GllEETlNU.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. Eiieiitb, l yifHEREAS
Attorney -General. ) "" We are
desirous and resolved, as soon as may
he, to meet Our People of Our Province
of British Columbia, aud to have their
advice in our Legislature :
NOW KNOW YE, that for divers
causes ami considerations, au.1 takiug
iuio consideration the ease and convenience of Onr loving subjects, We
have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council of the
Province of British Coliiniliia, to hereby convoke, unil .by these presents enjoin you. and each of you, that on
Thursday, tbo Twenty-third day of
rlie mouth of Juuuttry, one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-six, you
meet Us iu Our said Legislature or
Parliament of Our said Province, at
Our City of Victoria. FOB THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do.
act, and conclude upon those things
which in Our Legislature of the Province of British Columbia, by the
Common Council of Our said Province
may, by the favor of God, be ordained.
In Testimony Wiieueok. We have
caused these Our Letters to be
made Patent, and tbe Great Seul
of the said Province to lie hereunto affixed: Witness, tho Honourable EutiAli D-Wdney, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our
City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this fifth day of December,
iu tbe year of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred uud ninety-five, and in the fifty-ninth year
of Our Reign.
U.i C0.11.nuud.
JAMES BAKER,
.114 -Iin Provincial Secretary.
Uld /. TramWav W"
& TramWay
1895-1896.
During' the winter a stng-o will be run between
Golden, Galena, Windermere, Thunder Kill, Canal
Rat, Wasa and Fort Steele,
leaving' Golden on the following Tuesdays:
November 12&26.
December 10 & 24.
January 7 & 21.
February 4 & 18.
March 3, 17&31.
April 7 & 21.
and leaving Fort Steele on the alternate Tuesdays.
NOTICE.
1 property,
Three-fourth
of one ��� er cent on in-
NOTICE IS I!Ili,EI:Y GIVEN
that application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province
of British Columbia ut the next session for an net to incorporate a company for the purpose of coiistri.ut.iug,
operating uud working deep tunnels,
driiis or shafts for the purpose of exploring for, discovering, working,
getting, acquiring nnd recovering minerals situate iu blind veins, ledges or
lodes i.i the D.sirictsof East and West
Kootenai*, Yale and Cariboo, in the
Province of British Columbia, ..nU for
eiiii ring upon aiuliucquil'iug lands lor
such purposes, and for collecting lolls
for the use of such tunnels or workings by any ol In r persons or coiu-
puuies engaged in ui.tiiug and for acquiring s .cu water powers or privilege*., rights or incident--, as may l.e
necessary for. or ineldi'i ini or ei u-
iii e.i.ir to the attainment ol the foregoing objects ur ani oi tl.e.u,
EXPRESS   RATES.-
Oolden to Fort Steele 10 cents per pound    ���
Wl eu tire Company's liability is limited to Two Hollars per pound.
Special rates given on more valuable parcels.
PASSENGER   RATES.
Through 816.00.    Local 10 cents per mile.
T. E. H. C0CH3ANE, President;        F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
BIG P1FIT!
-ON
Small Investments.
o
returning prosperity nhl ..Hike uiiiny rich, but nowhere can tbey make so much ivitliin
a short time as hy successful Specuhiliou iu Uruiu, Previsions and (stuck.
FOR EACH DOLLAR INVESTED can be made by our
Systematic Plan of Speculation
origin,-, eil by us,   All successful speculators nper.-.to nn a regular system.
ll is a well-known tint that there art' ihoiisalitls of men iu nil purls of the United States
who, by systematic trailing through I liicagu brokers, make large amounts entry year,
r.'.ugiug truin a lew thousand dollars fnr tbe .rati vim imess a handful or two hundred
dollars up tu .tmOHHI tu Sllii.tlllU ur mure by these whu invest a tew tliuiisiiuil.
It Li also a tint that those wliu make the largest profits train comparatively small Investments uu this plan are persons whu live away ..'um Lbicagu and invest through broken,
win. llioru.tgl.ly uiulorst'inu systematic trading.
��� 'in- plan 'lofti uut risk the whole aiuiitint invested uu .my trade, bat covers both sides,
so that whether the market rises ur falls it brings a sternly profit thut piles up euuriuuiisly
iu a sburr lime.
WHIT.. VOK CONVINCING' PROOF*-1, ulso our Maniiid on successful speculation
and onr Dally Market Kopui't, full of nimioy-iiinking pointers, .M.I. r'l.'KK. uur Manual
explains ...argil. Irading tally.   Highest references iu regard tuuur sii.iiiliug and success.
Fur further particulars address
THOMAS & Co., Bankers and Brokers,
241-242 R'alto Juilding, CHICAGO, ILL.
A. E   IiLWll-URIOYs.
a t -.--_   st
Applicant,
A PERFECT TEA
P PJ EN 7$
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**F COPYRIGHTS.^*
COPYRIGHTS.
CAJJ I OBTAIN * PA-reiJTf    Por ���
KlIltN * CO.. mho here had nurlrrShr raalV
upwlaDo.iaib.pat-.nl bumeae. .fo_moni��.
Uo_iatrlct.i.ciinl1-lMitlal.    * "
formation oonmnuoi
Uln them Bent free.
0HS00H
TEA
GOLDEN SASH & DOOR FACTORY _
MACHINE SHOP.
nulneaa. Commmiloa-
AHasdhask of la-
Pa- P.tenia snd bow to. otr-
. Al-oaoauUOflwof I
.I'll nn
re der.
is . ��� curoite.
aphni.esite. erin.te, l.roc uii . i-.n-i*i. !���'.
conilriiriie. elf ��� II '.iiii't.es of ibe
uiso-��ie-�� ���" >.u4'pul'.
loal and adontieo booka mpt tnx
Patanta ukn t-ronitb Mann - Co. ismItc
���Po-al notloa.p tbe HrinnllRo Ain.rlrao, and
tboj pro bromtiit wlilolj twroreih. pot-l.cwlth.
out enm to th. loT-mtor. Thla splendid paiwr,
-nod wookti, elejantl, illp,troted. ha�� bT far the
laraeat Mrtmlatloa of ani aotmtllH work In tin
-"E'*Kj,.'.' J ������_ Ssinpi. coplm at���t tne.
J^ift^^^fooihly.aija.yetr. Slngls
enpiaa, -is reoii. Kvsrj. nu-tiw cuntalns bcait-
Uful plato,. In ooldin, and pliotopranhs of new
km**, with ilitm,, nabtiiri- nnllden to show tb.
, *^3_f^_-TO_��W����Ar.
THB
riN��T TC*
in t-nk World
FROM THI TC* PUNT TO THC TCA CUP
IN IT* NATIVC PURITY.
"Monnoon" Te*i�� put up by the Indian Tea
erowan n_ a sample of ihe belt qualities of Indian
Te��s, Therefore they uie the greatest core in lhe
a -tectum of the Tea and its blend, that is why they
put it up themselves and sell it only in the original
packages, thereby securing its purity and excellem-o.
Fut up in % lb., i lb. and $ lb. packages, And nover
sjldin bulk.
ALL QOOO GROCERS KEEP IT.
If your grocer dots not keep it, Ull him to write ta
3TIBL, HAYTBR A OO.
.   II and IS Front Mrsrt tut, T.runto.
Manufactures of Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets, besides continuing- the Machine Jr'hop work.
Have on hand a lot of Wash Basin and Bath
Fittings.
HOUSTON  &  CO, 0--W
/
���1
ERA.
VOL. V.   NO. 25
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, JANUARY ,-*5, 1896*.
93 Per Year
*
Stock Taking
Commencing
FEBRUARY    1st
BAEGAINS    FOE    CASH
Must be cleared out to make room
*      for Spring* Goocls.
CHAS.  A. WARREN,
COLDER,   B.C.
KOOTENAY HOUSE,
GOLDEN,   B.C.,
II. D. HUME, Prop.
HUDSON'S
MY CO.
(IKCOBPORATED 1070.)
Furs
The backbone of the winter is
now practically brokon and we
must clear out the balance of
our furs or carry them over until next reasou. Carrying goods
from one season to another is
not our policy so please see if
what follows docs not interest
you!
MEN'S AUSTRALIAN BEAR COATS
Orig.i.ul price $25 Reduced to $20
20       " 111
MEN'S LONG COON COATS,
Original price $60 Reduced to $45
45       " 40
40       " 80
MEN'S SHORT COON COAT
Original Price ��1)5 Reduced to $26
Men's Persian Lamb. Beaver and other
Caps at 10 per cent discount.
"That Doad, Tired, Sore Feeling,"
DISPELLED BY  L'BINII
Simpson's Kidney Pills.
Templeton, Agent, Calgary.
OCR TOWN.
('olden, on the iniiiii line of tlie Canadian
I'acilic Railway, ut its connection with tbe
 .._..*   .._...!���.  _J- .!._ ..   I 1 ���..  ..' _	
steamboat navigation of tlie Columbia river .
the mineral anil commercial centre of Eastern
llritish Columbia: headquarters of tin liolden Smelting works, the Upper Columbia
Navigation Co., and lumber industry; the
outlet fur the widely known ami far
fumed agricultural and grazing land of the
Columbia &  Kootenay Valleys;   unrivalled     , ii-*,
fnr scenery of all kinds;   the distributing Dow ull the rest had lied away,
point for the richest mineral country ou the      a,,'* none would be his dove
continent,
Friday's games will be given next
week.
The Golden curlers have received an
invitation to attend a bonspiel to be
held ut Calgary next month, commencing cn the 19th inst. It is altogether
likelv a number of theboyt will accept
the invitation.
A C-ioIInn; Exp.rl.nn>.
In Golden town there was a mau,
A prey to woman's charms,
Ue could not play his cards aright,
So felt their force of arms.
To each fond creature he did meet,
He told his tale of love;
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALGARY,   ALTA.
FINE FARM .
FOR SALE.
lu
the  matter of
deceased :
James M. Rogers,
H.
PARSON,
GENERAL  MERCHANT.
Wines and Liquors Wholesale,
Drewrys Celebrated Beer.
By order of tjhe County Court of
Kootenay, sealed tenders for the purchase of Lot 108, Group 1, situute
near Windermere in the district of
East Kootenay, will lie received by the
undersigned and will be opened at
noon on Tuesday the 18th day of
February. A.D., 18911.
This is us line a fur... as there is inthe district, '.���! acres have been under cultivation
and aro fenced and irrigated, Wl acres additional are fenced unil have been used as pasture, -'.'ill acres are excellent arable laud and
can be irrigated at a small expense The
improvements include a frame dwelling
house uud u full set of outbuildings.
$15,000 mny remain ou mortgage for
3 j ears at 8 per cent interest.
For terms and further particulars
apply to tho undersigned,
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Official Administrator,
dU Donald, B C.
Just Opened Out a Shipment of
Slater Boots and Shoes
COME  AND  SEE  THEM.
Alexander Block,
Oolden, B.C.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
I am sure those who were not nt the
Curling Club's Second Annual Bull
missed a treat, such an one that does
not often occur and come too late fer
us to give a full account this week.
Dr. Taylor wns called to Blaeberry
ou Thursday evening to attend nn
accident which occurred there. We
understand that it was occasioned by
the fulling of it tree,
Mr. Jepbson of Calgury is in town
surveying town lots for the Government.
Mr. Hol.ten of the Ames Holden Co.
is ulso i.i town und will remain until
the commencement of uext week.
Wc neglected in our last to mention
tbe fire which occurred lust week at
Mr. Hamilton's house, and will congratulate him that, it was soon extinguished. We extend to him our
sympathy for his loss.
We sre glud to state that Cuptr
Parson is progressing favourably from
thc effects of his operation, nnd that
his family have moved into their new
house.
Curling Notes.
This tale he did unfold to one
Who's "dead game" for a lark,
She 'poar'd to bi.n a shining light,
While plotting iu tbe dark.
He used to board at "same hotel"
And linger round the town.
He could not see-at his expense ���
The laughter up uud dowu.
He bore with him a gentle look,
A look of sweet repose.
He wasa little dotty too.
As everybody knows.
One day a very balmy day,
He came to see his lass,
And as results were cooling too,
I could not let it pass.
He stood outside the door that day,
Seine time in happy thought,
How he could place on her dear hand.
The ting that he hud brought.
She saw him in the street below,
And rushed with open arms,
Not to him but to the portico
Bud gave no moro alarms.
She hud a pail of H S O,
Suspended o'er his head.
She poured it then, aud so it fell,
And love's fond dream was dead.
Church Service..
NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of
Kootenay will bp held at tbe Court
House at Donald, on Monday the lot I,
day of February, IHllil, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
By order,
J. F. AltMSntONO,
Registrar.
Donald, B.C., 15th January, I89(i.
Oolden Iluspltul Society.
UOUIIS  FOlt  CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 n.m. to 11 a.m.
"      2   p.m. "  4 p.m.
The following is a sun.in.iry of
games played during the luU two
weeks :
POINTS.
Saturday 11th-
1 J. Rue, District .Modal and Gold
Button.
2 D. M. Rae, Silver Button.
3 T. Todd, Bronzo Button.
Wednesday 16th ���
1 J. Rue, Gold Button.
2 F. E. Young, Silver Button.
It   C. Peiuce, Bronze Button.
Iu tho second draw of the 13 point
competition Young beat White 13 to
12, and Hume beat H Q Parou 13 to
T R White challenged II G.Parson to
plao a 13 point game for a hospital
ticket, hut unfortunately for P R W,
H G P scored 13 to ihe former's 12.
In the Merchant's Trophy J Rae
beat Woodley 12 to 6.
The first game of the Fort Steele
series wns played between J Rue and
Piirso.i resulting ill a will for Rue 21
to 4.
OAl.UAllY vs. OOLDEN,
The following is the result of the
gnn.es played between the above clubs
this week :
The usual evening service will ta
held to-morrow in St. Paul's C'huroh
ut 7:30 o'clock.
Methodist service will be held In the
school house to-morrow evening at
7:30 o'clock, conducted by Mr. Robins.
Presbyterian service will be held
to-morrow morning in tbe school
house at 10 o'clock, conducted bv
Rev. T. S. Glassford, B.A.
, and
Sunday from  10 n.m. to 12 ni,
from 7 p.in. to 8 p.m.
VI81T1NO nouns.
From 2:30 p.m.  to 8 p.m., daily,
except Monday nud Saturday.
Bv Oil iier.
I S Freeze
W H Grant
1 S Free-to
W H Grant
I S Freeze
AV H Grant
21
8
11
15
11
11
1) M Rue
G Woodley
J Rae
II G Parson
O Woodley
J Rae
Oonuld  Doings.
Coming events cast their shadows
before. Tho preparations for the entertainment by t be ladies of St. Peter's
Church, to be given ou the 29th inst,
nre going ahead rapidly, and the entertainment promises to be a success
in every respect.
Invitations for the Leap Year Ball
which takes place on St. Valentine's
Day, Feb. 14th, are already out. The
committee arc indefatigable in their
efforts to make tiiis bull the best of the
season.
"The Quadrille Club goes along merrily, and is well im tended. The member's ol the Beginner's Class are improving rapidly under skillful instructors, nud bud dancers are now few and
far bet ti ecu iu Donald.
The oldest inhabitant duos not remember so much snow in Donald as
wo have a. present. Hardly a day
pusses without it sprinkling.
��� Nejio. OZ ii'  -jaOtCilfll tglfit
'run LloijLir-.-. -UA es pulib-ihu-1 every
Saturday murui.i��� in u..,. ru catch tliu e.r.l
aad went mail li-'.hu, also tlm mall for tla.
upper coiut.'/, '.V.mluriu ��.., Kit .-utr. etc
It U tit*- ouly advertitiiiig iieiliirin in iiieiieat
'(oct-uiiy iiisti in
���Srilii.'.ripiiou
Advanue.
IbltBR r Uli.lKl por .animal is
Paris mill is applied  to a
ror-whcul  under  a  520-foot
Irjes'dss   llie  water-power
;iii_- have been put ��� in lo be
.Vdvortls.iiiiHiit.H avid t-huiigea i��w��t bs iu
the o live n it I iter tli.-.u 1*1 . in, uu I iiur-U���y
to insure insurtioii.
All ca.li
tvho.u tin*.
o bo paid tu tk* Ma.iitgsr, from
. upuiy'afe.'(.i|.t ivillb*nbtaiusd,
to show them lu the world.     Tliu do-1 nnd iu tht
Vclopineut   of   minus  must he carried .Pelt on wu
out on   practical   buses.     U must be prut-sure,
said that   heretofore this has nol been |Corliss un;
dono in East Kuotcay, heuuu so lnuuy  used   in   case of slioriuge  of water,
failures.    As little dead work must, bet whioh only occurs at short intervals
done as possible and capital laid out ju during tho   jeitr,     The Paris works
such a mu...ter as will derive imuiedi- lire the largest and most coin|ileie of
ate   returns, or   the  investor beco.ties | the kind under one roof iu  the  world.
suspicious of the value ol the property,
und will nol wail to prove it.
A.lveriiai..-11-uit r..tua mails kiiuu.i ouappli-
catior 'o
The SaM-B En' P-bll.ki-s Cirri,
SATURDAY, JAN. 25, 1890.
Since the days ol   Lord Di.fferin the
'boundless   resources   of   B.C.,'-  has
heen a by-word among us, and now it
is   being   realized   us very nearly ex
proising what we havo here.     B.C. is
now   become the centre of   interest in
the  mining   world   und is-since the
South African panic���to England what
Cripple Creek is to the United States.
Everyone is talking about it and rends!
with interest anything published concerning it.    A cablegram from London
a few days brick suys :    ''The question
of the development of mines iu B.C. is
attracting much attention iu the'financial circlet  in the city ami it is probable several mining experts will visit
that Province shortly.   If tlie reports
made   by them of   the results of their
investigations shnll prove favorable, a
large influx of British capital may be
expected."   For the last 12 or 15 years
British   Columbia has bean known to
possess vast deposits'of mineral wealth
and still   those  have until the present
day been totally undeveloped, how can
we  explain   thi*.?   In other countries
where   valuable properties are discovered,  they, with  very few exceptions
have been immediately placed upon the
market, and a milling industry ut once
sprung up iu that neighborhood.     At
present   British Columbia, excluding
coul   and   gold has produced nothing
and   yet without  doubt she contains
. more  mineral   wealth thnti any other
country   of  her   size.     Of course in
many instances tlie best deposits have
been   discovered   by   poor prospectors
who had neither money  nor influence,
���still wariting au exorbitant price for
their  claims  and  therefore could not
place   then, upon th,< market.    When
���once an excitement is reigning nothing
will bring tho prospectors to reason or
to the   market value of   his property
and he invariably wants the price of a
well developed   mine for a few surface
prospects, und always a large amount
of  cash down, which of  course undeveloped   property   will   not  warrant.
This is one of thoevilsB.C, hns luul to
contend with in the development of her
wealth,   and   there is that she in the
utmost   corner of  tho globe and from
markets distant.
These are now becoming things of
the past however..and some of the
districts, with the best, transportation
Similar to other  instances  the  discovery  of  gold iu pincers lad  to   the
discovery of the now  world-renowned
Paris,   (or   more  commonly    termed
Trend well) ledge.      On  the  27th ot
January,     1882,    prospectors    from
June-iii crossed Ou-.tiiie.Kix Channel io
the Douglas Island  shore nnd  found
"pay dirt" upon the  bench,  uud .he
following March commenced washing
upon the ground now  known  as  the
Ready Bullion, and in the lirst  trial
run :i clean-up at the end ol three days
yielded twenty-seven ounces ol gold
dnst.   This created quiie a  little ex-
citment, and led to the discovery  of
another similar deposit of auriferous
dirt uud  deco.nposed quartz,   and  iu
washing the gravel from the bod-rook
upon this discovery tbe  great Tread-
well ledgo was exposed.     One  Peter
Eriissard, more commonly   known  us
'���French   Pete,"   located   ibe   quartz
ledj-e, naming it the Paris.    Notwithstanding Peter's claim lo the ground
aud   the subsequent  transfer of  tbe
same to other parlies,   placer  miners,
by right might, from 1882 to 1884 held j
the surface ground and washed out
amounts variously estimated  lit   from
-J.'iO.OOO 'to  $1C0,CC0.     Nothing  wus
done by  the original  locator iu the
way   oE   developing  lhe  mine, ns   be
dee.ued the ore of too low grade to l.o
worked at a profit,     The attention of
ono  John  Treudwell.    a    far-seeing
miner, was culled to the property, and
he made a quiet examination  of the
ledge and tho facilities for  working
and opening it up, tested .he ore und
opened negotiations for its  purchase,
"French Pete," deeming  the mine oi
no practical value, let it go it is stated,
for $400.   Itumediiitly utter the transfer,   Mr.    Treudwell   ���rganized    tlm
Alaska  Mill   and   Mining Company,
commenced driving a  cross cut  prospect tunnel, and erected  a  live stai."p
mill to test by mill-run   tha  value of
the   ores   as   the   tunnel   wus  being
driven across  the ledge.     When  the
cross cut reached  the opposite wall it
showed up a ledge 400 feet iu width of
nearly solid quartz; ubd ihe little live
stump   mill   demonstrated   Hint   the
average value of the ore wus sufficient
to make the mine pay if worked on a
largo  and   systematic   bciiIo, and   in
1883 the company built a wharf and
erected a 120-stainp mill, and iu W.'-O
uddud tho present chlorinution  works
to the plant, to   whicli   additions  inni
many improvements have been  added
since.      In   1888   they   doubled   the
capacity of .he mill, making it a plant
of 240 stamps,    In 1889 the  transfer
of the entire property wus made to the
Alaska Treudwell Gold Mining Company.      While   Mr.   Treadwell   was
developing the Paris, he acquired  for
[The   works    uud   mine    aro   lighted
: throughout with electricity, ami rail*
I roads connect nil the different branches,
The sunups,  -^d  in  number,   weigh
each HiiO pounds, stroke  seven  inches
I with 90 drops i-i thu minute, ami the
'mill   bus   a   capacity   ot  about   700
tons ot ore per  day, ami the cliloi'iuu-
i tion works a capacity of eighteen tons
of   Sulphurets   daily.      The average
j grade ot  tbe  ore  is  about  $2.75  per
I ton.   carrying   about   2   per   cunt  of
sulphurets, and the expenses of miu-
! ing and reduction about SI.35 per ton.
The mill is located about (ICO feet hack
from iho shore ot the channel, with
a railway connecting tbo  wharf and
mill,    I�� tbe past the on  was quarried mu. in great pits, dropping down
ore  chutes   into curs   uud conveyed
through ti working tunnel  by  steam
engine and,dumped into bins in  die
top nt the mill, and thence passing in
regular routine order down  into the
crushers and  into ihe batteries,  but
| Liter on, as deeper workings   were re-
quired, a working shaft wus sunk 250
f ict   below tlte level of the working
tunnel, mul  immense hoisting works
put in to raisa the ore to this level. Iu
nml j-.1j_.vi*. tir.: mine uinl plant 200 men
are employed, receiving wages of from
$3 to til   per  tlay,   according  to the
capacity in which  they  ilro engaged,
and at the Mexican  10 men  ure employed,
It is hard to imagine anything
more systo n itic or port ret iu its working o (1 i-thrin this greit mining plant.
It runs as smoothly uud with the
regul irity of the bunds of a clock
marking oft ibe minutes and lhe hours
of the diij. and the fact that ore can
mined, milled, chlorinated and run j
into gold bars at the very low rate of'
.$1.35 per ton almost staggers the imagination. And this can only be done
under large conditions und most
<hor.oi.gb. systematic and competent
|.iiiinagenie.it. Sime Superintendent
Robert Duncan, Jr., has been in
charge lhe cost in both mining and
reduction of the ore per ton has been
reduce I several cents, whicli is nn
important factor in the profits of the
mine for a mouth's run. - Alaska.
������PEACE   ON  EARTH  GOOD  WILL
TOWARDS  MEN."
CHRISTMAS!
is rapidly [approaching and it behooves Thrifty Housekeepers to study carefully where they can best*
purchase their supplies and all the
Innumerable + Pretty + Things     u
whicli go to make Dear Old Christmas a really happy and
joyful season Santa Claus is a little out of voice just
now. but for tlie last week, ho has been whispering to the
knowing cues that
McDERMOT'S
IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE MOUNTAINS
TO PURCHASE XMAS GOODS.
He is actually taking the wind out'of old Santa Claus by
presenting to his customers
A Handsome Present
delivered at their homes
Free   of   Crieirgre.
Another departure which is puzzling old St. Nicholas
is that McDermot].. has Jperfected arrangements to have
not one bnt   .
THREE REAL, GENUINE, LIVE
an*,  counters I
when filljgo! d** vill be marked in plain figures
. an I .told i-egai'dlest, of cost.
*<
i
of
COMMUNICATIONS.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the
opinions expressed by our correspondents.
"Claim >Iu in pi na; litis Clot tu Stop."
facilities are on a steady progress, his company other adjoining claims,
West Kootenay is one of these morel milking in all a total of &,C00 feet
fortunate districts.    For instance tliere I along  the reef,   including tlie  Paris,
Mexican, Ready Bullion and Oolden
Chariot locations. Ill 189B the A. T.
G. M. Co., erected it (.0 stamp mill ou
with railway
ni.l   with   tlio
are  at   present   more than 40 minim'
claims being developed within a cinrlu
of 2 miles of Rosslri.nl and the number
>   of claims that have proved themselves the Mexican location,
to be uood properties in that district is true'.: cur .lectin ���   ihe
certainly   above  Ibe average of most Pi'iiViflilorinntiou works  and  wharf,
'mining   ca.iip3, ���  I think there can he the o'.e chloriiuiilo.i  plant   tieiniig
no  doubt  as  to permanency of  this the sulphurets Irom both mills'.   Next
..camp   and   although   it is extremely spring   the capacity of the  Mexican
difficult to obtain correct figures the mill will be doubled, making it u 120-
ebipmeiits of ore from West Kootenay j stamp mill, and on their Ready
last year have exceeded the value oft Bullion claim, we understand, it is the
$2,500,000, . West Kootenay hns ow | company's intention lo erect a large
ing to its superior means of transport- stamp mill in the very near future.
ation. stole a inarch on East Kooteiiny |Tho power that drives this vnsi pile ot
'though Vreiiftve'every'reason to lielieve machinery is bv mean*: of a wa'er
'..-���any some properties now being de- ditch extending ".limit the mountain
veloped here are proving it-that we I side towards the head of the Donglnr*.
have as "gotd properties as they Have Island eighteen miles in length, which
IT we can claim theattention of capital. collects the waters of various streams,
ljliior GOLDEN Ku.i:
Sin So says in yoiir issue of the
4th. the Hon. F: W, Aylmer, than
whom in respect to mining, political
anil social questions, .here is no equal
unthority in broad Koo'eniiy.
To cud ibis horrible big-bear jumping, ho brings to bis ussistnucu tlie
member tor t lie west Kootnny whom
bo credits with lhe intention of bringing in u bill lo deal uomp.ehensivly
with this dire evil, and to bring ull
those sinners who distui'1.
camps, by jumping or blackmailing to
ibe rack mil thumbscrew, hanging
being too r.'rood for tbem.
The member tor west Kootnny bus
during his short political career shown
.narked originality, but this proposed
sanguinary act will I think break tbo
record.
Will Mr, Aylmer bo good enough to
is a big lot of stuff, but half of these
Must ba Sold Before February 1st.    j
to make room for his Jj
Immense Spring Purchases 1
Don't Miss This Chance of securing some
of the Wonderful Bargains to be^offcred.
Commeneing
$
Thursday Dec. 12th      *
���AT-
G.
B.   McDERMOT'S
Golden's Great Bargain Han.
J
^ befoie the courts and have it deter- a claim being declared forleitetl by tK.
mining j m;ned,     What moro   can   anybody courts it shall not be open for relocti*
want?   Mr. Aylmer warns to put the | tion. but shall be sold by auction and'
saddle on the wrong horse, | the proceeds paid over to the treasury.
The fault lies not with the jumper,' I see no objections to this except that
so-called, but with tho locators who it will be nobodys business to hring
either neglect their duties under the the question into court unless that ol
aot, ahd in tho two instances in the; the government, itself. If the mining
McMurdo country mentioned by Mr. I recorders were to keep a sharp look
Aylmer as having "made mining in lout on every claim und the require-
the Golden division an impossibility." , merits iu connection with it, they might;
inform  us   whut  jumping really in?j The cause us he well  knows,  in one' occassionally fall upon a plum; hut 1
that is,   the kind that  "bus gut to , case at least, was the conduct of the doubt on the other hand it an average
stop."   A claim  mum be either open owner in attempting to evade his obli-
to locution   or   closed;    it  open  the gallons in connection with the sale of
mineral   net.  author'uses   anybody  to the property, in addition to the uon-
locate it; if closed, no one ran  touch  fulfillment of thu duties requited by
it. and ill the cast, of u disagreement law.
us to whether it b.) open or closed, ihe]    One of the provisions of Mr. Kellie's
partiescc'ccmcd may King tho uuiucr ( bill is stated to he that iu the event ol
claim forfeited and sold by auction
would bring enough to pay the court
and auction expenses. Is il not 'here'
fore a self evident fact requiring in
explanation, lhat the "governmen
would directly gain and the prospee
tor directly lose," by such a method H
glsW
In saying so has not Mr. Aylmer been
playing to the Gods of the gallery
rather than advocating the mining
interest of west Kootenay.
The adoption of the Dominion land
act form in recording mining claims
as suggested would not meud the
matter as tbe question of occupation
would still come in, A case in poiut
may be cited. Iu this neighborhood a
homestead was takeu up, but the
duties neglected; another came along
and restaked it, intending to make it a
townsite, but he also ignored the
conditions, for, instead of residing
upon the land (personal residence Iieing required,) lie gulivants round
Goldteu enjoying the gaieties thereof.
The land lies wide open now to him
who is not afraid, unless indeed
"jumping has got to stop."
If Mr. Aylmer would instead of
attempting to further patch tbe
nineral act of 1891 with ita intricate
amendments, endeavor to get it thrown
out doors, he would be doing good
service lo his country. And if lie
could further replace the act bv an
intelligent, co le, the people of east
Kootenay would be given an opportunity of selling what legislative stuff
he was made of, iu case of used,
Yours truly
Al.l.AN  GltANflElt.
Spillimucheea, Jan.  Ill, lSMIi.
Meteorological science Is nt a. very
low ebb among some of the Central
Australian natives, where certain
tribes of the .McDonnell R-ingo believe
that droughts, are caused by a rain-
devil who licks up all the moisture.
There are however professional rainmakers among them who endeavor to
catch the wily mouster and in order to
steal noiseless npnn- him deck themselves with feather boots. Unfortunately they are uot able to vanquish
him as the season is proving there.
NOTICE.
-pplloatlau far t-.rtla.atw of  lin-
provriuonta.
aVtUBLSIOn-MlNEBAI,   CLAIM,
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
free miner's certificate No. 478119, intend,
DO da��s from the date hereof, to apply io
the Oold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown --rant of the above
c_Mlt.
And further take notice, that adverse
claim* must be scut to the Mining Recorder aud action com.ue.iced before
the issuance of such certificate of improvements,
Dated.this seventh day of December
181)5.
Walt-h Da in auu,
Bv his ugeut. F. W. Aylmer.
$xx*ixxe���� ffiavt*.
���-ta���  ' ! ������ ��,mmm^m>
Hon. j, a. -OUohueo, q,c.
.  McCartbr.
IjO_g-lirt>il  A  McCarter,
itfciriatera, Advocates, Sol itrors, Notaries
Etc, Ktc.
Solicitors tor Hank o Montreal.
CAIjIIARV; - N.W.T.
��.  J.   J-jPHSOIV,
D.Ij.S. ft. I'.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION ft
PKOVINOIAIj LAND SUKV-YOl",
Druiiubuuu-.il, Valuator .etc., (JAI.GAUY,
N.W.i'.  Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.J-l'tnio.N, D.Ij.S.,l'.I,,8. of ll.C. feOnt.
l ai.iiarv, Alba.
LESLIE C. HILL,
Assoc. Mem. Ikst. C.E.
\*ff!*MlK<��    IIXWIXKKR.
Cociikanb, Al.IIA. - Ft. Steisi,b, B.C.
Two French gentlemen have patented a hypodermic syringe all the world
over. It seeinsthat there are sixty-
four countries in which *>*i invention
can claim protection, or rather where
patent fee, may he paid for that object
Sixteen of these are iu Europe, eight
in Africa, four it. A��itt. fwenty-sevei'i
in America sud nine in Oceania. Tu
obtain these sixty-four official scraps
of parchment the pu.ent owners paid
118,000.
It is curious to note how ��.en vary
iu temper. When ono mini would
heave a si-.li aiioll.tr tvuild Inure a
brick.     . .
Church Services.
The usual evening service will be
held to-morrow in St. Paul's Church
at 7:30 o'clock.
Methodist service will be held in the
school house to-.morrow evening al
7:30 o'clock, conducted bv Mr. Robins.
Presbyterian service will lie held
to-morrow morning in the school
house at 10 o'clock, conducted bv
Rev. T.4S. Glassford, B.A.
NOTICE!
Application    for"   I'ertlllcnt. e i.f   '"'*
provetiieiita.
HIDDEN THEA8UKI5   AND GIAJ.1' MINERAL   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Thcinas Jones,
free miner's certillcate No. 47848, intend
(10 days from dato hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for tbe purpose ot
obtaining crown grunts of above
claims.
Aud further take notice that adverse
cluims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced beforo
the issuance of such certificates ef improvements.
Tikis. Jones,
���By his agent F,. W. Aylmer.
Datel this 14th day of December,
18��iV.
NOTICE!
Notlet. of Application for Certlllcntei.
of Improvement*.
HIM0O- ANU Ij.lNll.lsrKH  MINE11A1.
I'I. AIMS.
Tuke notice that I, John MeK.ie.
free miller's certificate No. 9ti.m,
intend, sixty days from the little
hereof, to apply to the Gold t'o.u-
u.issioi.er for certificates of iiiipro. ���������
iiients, for the purpose of obiit.l.illg
Crown grunts of the above claims
And further tuke notice that adverse
claims must be scut to the Mining lie*
corder, and action 'commenced before
the issuance of such certificates uf improvements.
John McRai:,
By his agent F  W. Avi.MEit.
Dated this Uth dav of December,
1894.
...liiUi..
Livery, _, Feed Stables,
Sad-ie Horses lor Hire.
W.t-J.IM'IX.        ���        11.**.
HULL BROS & CO.,
WIioK'Nal-t* and I_��tnil
BUTCHERS.
Cattle, Sheop and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN.   E. C.
J. SMART & CO.
Undertakers and
���   .   Embalmers,
I'lil-jary AH"-*
TELEOItAFII    IHlllEllS   I'llU-Pl'LY
Al'ri.Nl.lie*    TO.
SilESSlMMTLElINIIG
MKH.   MTAMFOBTIf,
late, with   Missus Baki.ow 4 Went,
Portage Is Prairie.
���rjABANTEE-    PERFECT    FIT
AND FINISH.
All orders left with Mr. O. B. Mc-
Dir,ii_Ui' Will ba-.e prompt attention.
Joldan Hospital Society.
I'HE HOSPITAL is now open tor the
ai.mission oi patients.
TICKETS may be had from the under-
-dirtied   or    any   member   of   tbo
committee.
; PRICE   Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
.YO EXTRAS except private wards.
0. ��. PARSON,
NOTICE.
S'Tictury.
Now tha Entire
SEXUAL SYSTEM
ef Ihe sale nay be
brought to t��al son.
dition ���sasntlsl ta
health of body and
���poKeofn-B-, Howto
^DEVELOP
stunted, Utola organs
EXPLAINED
b onr as* Trci-u,
���rarar khiii*
A simple, infallible,
isjhsnlrsl msthod, In-
dors-d by *-b**��ici_��
13ook _y_E_, ienl.4
Mima (in es-fidoce),
.. ��Z!E tf-FsCAL GO.. SsffslC. ILT.
NOTICE   IS    HEREBY   GIVEN |
thnt   application   will lie made to the
Legislative  Assembly of the Provin.u
of  British   Columbia at the next session   for nn   act to incorporate n com* j
pany   for the purpose of constructing,
operating  ui.d   working deep tunnels,
drifts or   shafts for the purpose of exploring   for,     discovering,   working,
grttiug. acijiiiriiu; nud recovering iniu-
e uis  situate In blind veins, ledges or
.ides ill the I) Stl'ictMOf Eust and West
Kooti'iiav,   Yule   and  Cariboo, iu the j
Province of British Coluinliia, i.nd for
entering upon and Requiring lands lor
such purposes, and for collecting tolls
for   the   use of such tunnels or work*
nigs   by   any   other persons or  com-i
pa.lies engaged  in mining uud for ao-1
quiring  such   water powers or jrivi-1
leges, rights   or   incidents, us may be
necessary   for,   or   incidental or conducive   to the attainment of   the foregoing objects or any of theiu.
THE GOLDEN
Mining 1 Smelting
CO, (Limited)
PURCHASERS +J0F + ALL + CLASSES* OF
Gold, Silver fi Lead Ores.
For full particulars apply to
H B. ALEXANDER, MANAGE-
GOMMERGIJiL :-:    PRINT-N8
Job    Department
_:o:_ OF -:o:���
Thc OOLDEN EI^A
ueorgo  F.   Parson-*
>*><nry I'uh.I'.
Aue.it   fur   ATLAS    I.V-SI'liAN't'F.
COMPANY  nf   Motiiri'iil. Mul I'HIG-I
MX    .md   all ihe pi iiii'IhiiI companies
repn sunur.l at Vapci it ir,
Al,!*')  AIIKNT I'i'll
i
II.   SI.   j_Iii.XI .l��!'K.   K����|.
JmsKor Land Estate
__ _���
A. E. HUMPHREYS,
d24 tt
Applicant.
ore OttltJtB
a beeu of-
lUPTUREp
f i��--B_M_Mi-_��i-��_i_��-��_i  Tru_i0i. with
I veifoct imi to wearer than by alt other
tii vi rent oat blunt 'Ihey eterti largest
upture uuder iivmit ���train.  -\nyi-
Um of flttlnf hu been perfected the
, tMtSB yeare. fully* euuitl to personal
examination �������� ���nnllt  S7 j-atentfi ,
Ir-X'.SSDEFORMITYj
iffi__?SC#��S5.i
R-I-P-A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine : Cures the
common cvery-day
ills of humanity.
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CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? Fore
flftr-t VJS a��J an aaaeei opinion, write to
M I. NN ����� CO.. who have bad nearly flfty ytese-
experience la tbe patem b-i.it.p_. Cnmnionii���.
tlonaetrlctly confidential. A Handbook otln-
formation eoncwnloit Pntenia and bow to ob.
tain tbem aent free. Alio a catalocue ot mac���uy.
leal and MtentlSo bonk, ,eiit ftSSr        mmmaam
Patenta taken tbroueh Munn k Co. reoelTe
���penal notice, In tbe Nrlenlinc AaaerMrnTaM
loun are bi-ouubt widely t��inra_i. pnblloilih.
ont anet to,tbe Inven-or. Thla aplmdld Mper.
laaned weekly, elenautlr li.nitnted. haa bv fartha
largeat eircuiatiun ol ��nr aeienuse work uf'*
w_l'!i..'��JU����'.  eainnle onpieaaantfree.
Building Bditiun.niunihir. tf-ia rear, snala
ept,let,-i!f cent*. JCrery number oontalna baau"
A PERFECT TEA
MOKOIM
TE*
I
M THS WOSID
rSOM THI TM ��t*WT TO THI Tt�� CW-
IN ITS N*TIV1 MimTT.
"Monaoon" Tea ia put up br *��� Indian Taa
irrowan. aa a aampte of the beat a.__tiea of India.
Teaa,   Therefore Ihey um Ihe ftantaat ou* ia the
._ .,       (.'lection of Ihe Tea and iu Hand, that la whj* their
!___"��� wor* ln tbe      put it up themaelvea and aell il oalr ia Ow orirind
^f_i\'-??.'.",5-    . _��k*Ml��.th����b..ecurie��ilao��r>trnn_aar-��lla��.
all oooo cwoeim Kill* IT.
If yonr -Tracer doaa aot keep it, M- Ma, to writs la
j 8TIIL, HAVTIR A OO.
n and nt Frmt Mnst Ust, TtfarAa,    , -lUjlt
-.ly-'
Awarded
Highest Honors-World's Pair,
���_>R;
Mm
^ CREAM
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
smelting  charges  may be so grout-ns
���to render it perfectly ipieluss.thia bow
1 ever more particuliiflj. raters to argen-
1 tiferous galena ore.    But before deciding on   lho   plant  to   l.e used for the
-molting of oop'jsr ores, it is ueciRsury
10 determine   whether it will be uioro
advantageous to oju-rert the copper of
the ores   into   black copper (uurellned
metallic copper) or only make n further coiicctitriited copper compound.
(To be continued.)
[L'S.]
am 1iii- 3���S_S���i tm_aI
E. DEWDNEY,
CANADA.
NOTICE.
nprenie Court of British Col-
r.r   Cuiiri;#lier, ��� Coutiuoher
1:1:0x1111 r.
A I.    UP,0I,0(1Y
KOOTENAY.
OP   EAST
UY 1'. IjEAKH, M.B.
I'OI-l'-ll S.MUl.TIXII.
(Cbiitiliueil)
ouujli   iii  the east,    and especially
copper from the
in
for 1 be   recovery   of
sulplii Ils    livivintioi
adopted,   sfiii.ltin���;   i
practiced in tbe west
methods are
Hourly always
Iu ilit- lixivia-
tion mi'tbods wilier permeates a muss
of c,;'inbrl oi". 111 which pro-)-*! sulphuric airr! is tor ue I. this pr'.iluees
tho S'llpbn'e of enpper which is ih-airi-
el oil' unil passed over iron bars the
copper iiilhortug 10 it is thus collected
There nre many different means by
which copper can be forced to bravo its
natural assoeiiKes to lie brought to
tho metallic slate. The met lulls employed rboul'l lie governed entirely by
the ehiiriictei' of -tiie ore to be trouteil,
For .he reduction of the oxides and ibe
carbonates of copier', which are .'.curly
whollv free from .be sulphides the o.e
can be siiv'l'ed by simpjv treating
thorn with coke nnd 1. lime Slux. On
the other hand ore containing nny
snlnbiiU's of tbe metiils have to bo s.ib-
ject��l to iimcb more uotuplicated
treat nri'iil.
, Al ost every, bicitlity in E irope has
its own partic.iil.ir process for .he reduction of copper, nl! ot ct.irsu closely
re-einbliiig each other, d florin-., only
tho ways ot ciud acting the process
whicli liri i'i 11b) it tli ��� si.ier e id. The
old Welsh process wu�� conduced iu
six stunt's, viz��� C.licit! itiou, Fusion,
another Calciuutiou. Meltinr; of the
*-iih*iiied ooarsu mirt.il; Roasting of
blister copper, and Rotiiiiiig or Toin-h-
enHi({;ihi�� was done iu revet hernt ing
firuaces. Tbis long prornsi is novel'
practir-el in tlm wc-t, blast furnaces
aro us, d wliidi mikes the operation
niiicl. ipiit-.ker. The old blast (in unci's
used iu E rope loo .110 now i.u longer
used, since tho iiitroiluctiun of the
wnUr-jacket cupola (or I'.lt.) f I'lince.
By this furnace ibe ������.ester.* world can
produce copp.'i* 0:1 th i,'own ground,
ul .1 very small initiative cost ami tbe
eastern smelters nrr no longer nblu to,
rely on the west for ibi.il' copper me,.
and coiiso**,UPtil ly buv.r io import
foroigt. , re.
The u.ei ho Is of smelling oopp.'r are
KOliorully either 1 The simple mult'
iiu,' in wnier jacket furnaces of iho
carbonate*, of copper, j\ ,',i x ,*. i.e.rl. i
always nece.-snry, iron ur lim. if tiie
giiugue is .i.11111 x. und 11 ip art/, llux if
the gangue i* limey. '-'. Or the pro*
����ss'of iii"ittiiii, that is producing the
copper, not in a full metallic state lint
in a couceiilriiteil condition, ns a mineral or ore (jpii'taiiiing l!0 to 15 per cent
copper. This is conducted ill stack or
reverberating E.irpuces. Of course Iio
fore thu bitter can bo accomplished
there is preliminary rousting to Iki
llono in cuso ot   thc ��..lpbjde9 of   'he
. met uis.
.'.' (So n.i.ch ite|-einl�� upon the character
of the ore to lw treated that it is absolutely necessary to thoroughly investigate its 'composition before goin-; to
any considerable expense on it. A
miner way havo l.u ore currying a
jiood   pjrceutiigc  of   u.eti.l,   but  the
1 In the
i.iubiit,
vs. P 1 her.
Pursuant to au order of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia made in the
j mailer oi the estate 01 Huury Con-
.uiuh'r iu the suit of Coiiimclier vs
P .hoi'. The creditors of Henry Con*
1.1 ich"i', lute of Golden, iu thu District
of ivocileiiay, hotel kce|ier. deceased,
wbo died on or about tbe month of
January, li.'.)i>, are on or before the
Ins' day if April, loili, to send by
registers I letter io A. li. il. Spragge,
01 Donald, In I he Ills'rid oi Kootenay.
British Colutubia, the solicitor for
James Srevens Cpuiiuclier, the above
utiiiied pbiliiiilT, tliu executor of the
deceased, their Christian and ���i.trname
addresses and disct'lptlous, the full
particulars of their claims.11 st.ite.ueut
of their uci'ouuts. and .be nut ure of
tb.; securities (if uuy ��� bold by tbem olio default thereof they will lie peremp:
llorilly excluded from lhe beuelit of the
said order, Every creditor holding
any security is to produce the sume
before .fumes Ferguson Armstrong,
Reuistrar of the County Court at Donald, ine Referee appointed by tbe
Court to take tha aciotints and en-
ji|tiiries under tbo said order, nl his
chambers nt .be Court House iu Donald in ihe Province ot British Coluui
bin uu .be Ml. duy of An.il, Ibbl), at
ten o'clock iu the forenoon being the
time uppoiiited for {.djudtcaliuti on the
snid claims.
Duel at Dnt.11ld.il. the District of
Kooienay, British Columbia, this l.'nb
.lay o; Juimai'y, lHU'l.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Referee appointed under the said order
A PERFECT TEA
THt
FINEST TCA
IN THC WORLD
rjjOM THC TCA WANT TO THt TC* CUP
IN ITS) NSTIVC PUWITY.
"Monsoon" Teats put np by tho Indian Tea
f-mwera ns a sample of lhe best qualiliea of Indian
Tc���1. Therefore they une the (tr���.teat care in lhe
selection of the Tea and ita blend, that ia why they
put it up thc-nsclm-a and sell it only in the original
pad���lea, thereby securing- ila purity and excellence.
Put up in X lb.. 1 lb. and % lb. padus**. and new
BoldinbuU-
ALL 0000 GROCERS KEEP IT.
If your grocer dona not keep it, UU him to writ* Is
STUL, HAYT-R * OO.
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tloiu strictly cnnflrtn-itlol. A Handbook of In.
form-inn concerning Pntenta and bow to obtain trurra sent freo. Also a catalogtMoi median-
itrul and .clontlflo books sent inn.
Patents t���ion tbrongh Mmin
rpeclulnotlcolntheelcientlScA
tbtn are bronght widely befor*
out eust to tbe tara-tor. Tb
Co.	
 rrlcnn. and
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I BB04DWAT.
PROVINCE ob* BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by theGraeeof God of the
U lilted* Kingdom.ot Great Britain
aud Ireland, Qli-KH, l>.'teuder of
the Faith, Ate. etc., _c.
To our fnithful the Ministers elected to
serve in thc Legislative Assembly
of Our Province of British Columbia at Onr City uf Victoria���
Guin-Tixti.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. Ell-UTS, I  WHEREAS
Attorney-General     f   *'*     We are
desirous and resolved, us soon as mny
be, to meet Our People of Onr Province
ot British Columbia, and to hare their
advice in our Legislature :
NOW KNOW YE, that Ior divers
causes ond considerations, and taking
into consideration tiie case and convenience of Our loving subjects, Wo
have thought til, by and with the advice ot Our Executive Council of the
Province of British Columbia, to hereby convoke, and by these presents enjoin yoii, and each of you, thut on
Thursday, tbe Twenty-third day of
the month of January, one thousand
eight hundred nud ninety-six. you
meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parlluinent of Our said Province, ut
Our Oitv of Victoria. FOR THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do.
net, und conclude upun those things
which in Our Legislature of the Province of Britisli Colutubia. by the
Common Council of Our said Province,
may, by tbe favor of God, bu ordained.
Is Testimony Wiieukop. Wc have
caused these Our Letters 10 lie
made Patent, and the Great Seal
of the snid Province to be hereunto affixed: Witsuks, the Honourable EwiAii Dkwiisky. Lieu
tenant-Governor ot Our said Province of British Columbia, ..1 Our
City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this lifth day of December,
in tho year of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-live, and iu the lifiy-ninth year
ol Our R.-ign.
By Command.
JAMES BAKER,
.114 -liu
Provincial Secretary.
*ife^
mgm
���&e.    �����"','���'.
svv.���..���_'���'.�����������: ._
Notice to Taxpayers.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
Don-ami Division ok East Kootenay
District.
AN
OTICE is hereby given, in accordance witb the Statues, that Pro
vtnciul Revenue Tux and all taxes
levied under the Assessment Act are
now due for the year IK!).. All of the
ubove named taxes collectable within
the Donald Division of Eust Kootenay
district, are payable at uiy office, the
Court House, Golden.
Assessed taxes are collectable at the
following rates, viz. :
If paid 011 or before June IlOth lHIKi:
line half uf one |-cr cent on real property.
Two   per  cent on assessed value of
wild laud.
One third of one per cent on personal properly.
One half of one per cent on income,
If paid after June 30th 1896���
Two-thirds  of  one per cent on real
property.
Two und one half per cent on assessed value of wild land.
One half of one par cent on personal
property.
Three-fourths* of one iier cent on income.
Provincial   Revenue Tax J3.00 per
cm pita.
F. C. LANG,
Assessor and Collector.
Golden, January 2nd, 18'Jii.
Upper ColumbiafSSyCo.
1895-1896.
During tlio winter a stngo will be run between
������..., -*i
Golden, Galena, Windermere, Thunder Hill, Canal
Flat, Wasa and Fort Steele,
leaving Golden on the following Tuesdays:
November 12&26.
December 10 & 24. *
January 7 & 21.
February 4 & 18.
March 3, 17&31.
April 7 & 21.
and leaving Fort Steele on the alternate Tuesdays.
'������I
EXPRESS  RATES.
Golden to Fort Steele 10 cents per pound
When thc Company's liability is limited to Two Dollars per pound.
Special races given on more valuable parcels.
PASSENGER   RATES.
Through $IG.OO.    Local 10 cents -per mile.
T. B. H. COCHRAN-. President;        F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
-ON-
Small Investments.
Returning prosperity will nuike many rich, but nowhere ran they make au Biueli fiitbin
a short time as liy successful hpecnbiliou iu Orion, l'lovuiuus nud Stuck.
$| r\  FOB EACH DOLLAR INVESTED can be made by our
I U       Systematic Plan of Speculation
originated by us.   All successful speculators operate on a regular system.  '
It is a well-kiinwu fact that there nre 1h.111sii.nls of nieu hi nil parts of the United Stat,
who, by systematic trading through l hicugo brukers, make largo amounts every year,
ranging truin u lew thousand dollars fnr the man wbo invests a hundred or two'hundre.'
dollars up tu SaO.tlUU to $1(11,000 ur more by those who invest a few thousand.
It is also a fact thut those who ....ike the Lrgest profits from comparatively small investments on this ph,u ure persons who live away iruui Chicago uud invest through brokers
who thoroughly understand systematic trading.
Our pliiii does not risk the whole amount invested on any trade, but covers both sides,
so that whether the market rises ur fulls it brings a steady profit thut piles up enormously
in a short time.
WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, alto our Manual on sureeasful speculation
and our Daily Market Keport, full of money-making pointers. ALL, FU-E. Our Munual
explains margin trailing fully.  Highest references iu regard touur standing aud success. I
For further particulars uddreit
THOMAS & Co., Bankers and Brokers,
241-242 Blalto Building:, CHICAGO, ILL.
GOLDEN SASH & DOOR FACTORY &1
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufactures of Sash, Doors, Moulding-
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and.
Brackets, besides continuing the Machine Shop work.
Have, on hand a lot of Wash Basin and Bath
Fitting* I
HOUSTON & CO.
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