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Array GOLDEN ERA.
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OL. V.   NO. 44
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE G, 1896.
$2 Per Year
NEW:
4ats,  Caps,  Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
joing Cheap !   .      .
.   Dori't Miss Them !
Be Bargain Counter for One Week, commencing on Monday 13th inst.
Mattrasses, Spring & Iron Beds.
:has. a. warren.
Watch, Clock & Jewlery
Repairing
in the best style of the trade wilh the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
JOHN   MeJIII.IiAjV,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Golden, B.C.
HUDSON'S
BAY CO.
(INCORPORATED 1070.)
"A Drop
"In the Bucket"
doesn't amount to much,
but a drop in prices
amounts to a whole lot
to most people. That's
what has happened in
the Grocery Department
of the Uig Store on Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason why
you shouldn't get the
benefit so drop us a card
and get more valuable
information on the subject.
The Neilson Furniture Co
(Limited) ���
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalogue-; and Price
Lists to any person sending them
their address.
The   Neilson   Furniture
Calgary, Alberta.
Co.,
Ol'It TOWN.
Golden, on the main line of the Canadian
I'licitic Railway, nt its connection with the
steamboat navigation of thu Columbia river;
the mineral and coiiiiucri'iiil centre ot'Eustern
llritish Columbia; headquarters of tli J liolil-
en Smelting works, the Upper Columbia
Navigation Co., und lumber industry! the
outlet for the widely known antl fnr
fumed agricultural and grazing land of the
Columbia A Kootenay Valleys ; unrivalled
for scenery of nlMtiiiils; the distributing
point for tbe richest mineral couutry on the
continent.
���BARGAINS   GALORE !
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
We call the attention of our readers
to H. G. Parson's advt.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALGARY,   ALTA.
GILMOUR'S
Rheumatic Wafers
GUARANTEED TO CURE
Rheumatisn,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica,
Iaflamation of
Lung-s.Lag-rippe and all Fevers
J.  G.  TE-fPLETOX'S
Calgary.
Miss  M.   Harrison   has  left us to
spend the summer in the East,
h*ice is
t
Having completed Stock Taking, we
And that we have several lines on hand
which we desire to clear out during the
next two months to make room for Our New
Goods; and in order to do this, intend offering
specially attractive bargains to which your
attention is requested.
In Dry Goods, Millinery, Mantles, Capes,
Blouses, Gents Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, Furniture,
Etc.. Etc., Etc. substantial reductions will be
made   Do not forget to give us a call.
Surplus Stock Must Go.
H. G. PARSON,
-LEXANDEI?     BLOCK,
#������ m ������������ m
Pacific Ry.
Direct all rail route to
MONTREAL
TORONTO
NEW YORK
and all Eastern Points,
Or via
LAKE ROUTE FROM
FORT WILLIAM.
Steamers sail overy Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Passengers for Old Country go direct
from train to Ocean steamer. Baggage
checked on board.
TO THE
Kootenay
Mining
Country
WITHOUT CHANGE IN TWO DAYS
Scenic Route to the Pacific Coast.
TO
CHINA*JAPAN from Vancouver
Empress of China May 11.
Empress of Iydia June 1.
TO
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
NEW ZEALAND,
tt AUSTRALIA:
Warrimoo Mav 30.
Miowera June 30.
Apply  for descriptive   pamphlets,
guide books, etc., to
BOBT. KERB,
Traffic Manager,
Or to Winnipeg.
C. E. WELLS.
Agent,. firoMen.
What's tbe matter with tbecribbfng?
Does it want repairing already?
You must all try and be at Golden
on the 23rd of this month to serve
your patria.
Mr. Wm. Gill of Victoria, the Inspector ol Customs was here during
the week.
A very serious accident might have
occurred on Fifth Avenue this week.
In attempting to rescue a dog, a lady
was nearly run down by Betsy.
A number of first-class ploughs,
Elliott make, and a number of 3 and 4
section harrows for sale cheap for casli
or exchange for good feed oats. Apply
to M. McDonald, Calgary.
We learn from the Calgary Herald
that Fort Steele is in Washington,
U.S. This is something new. Cana
da had better look out for her own.
Can the Prospector correct this ?
Calgary street is being graded to the
race track. Are ne going to have
any sports this year? It is a shame
to see the thing fail throufih now we
have a track. Talk it up some ono
please.
Mr. J. L. Johnson, the genial manager of the Calgary Hardware Co.,
and Mr. Hutchings, of the firm of
Hutchings A Riley, harness makers,
also of Calgary, were in town on Monday last. They left on Tuesday morning ou a business trip to Fort Steele.
AFRAID TO FACE THE MUSIC.
-. li. Doilils the Government "Wind.
Uiirt" from Toronto, Decline, to
cross sword, with Mr. Hiurcliunt
on the Public 1'liitforni.
"He whu fights and runs away, tuny live to
light another day."
On Wednesday lust Mr. Marchant,
an alderman of the city of Victoria,
addressed tne electors of Oolden in the
Alexander Hull in the interest of Mr.
Bostock. Mr. E. King Dodds who lias
been championing the Conservative
cause throughout the Province, was
cordially invited to attend the meeting
and speak, but whether be did not
want to cross swords again with Mr.
Marchant, or whether it was for some
other reason we cannot say, but he
would not stay off here and address us
This was a littlo unfair ns Mr. Marchant wished to m..ke answer to some
of his concluding remarks made at
Donald the night before.
Mr. Marchant first spoke of Mr.
Bostock, personally, as being highly
fitted, morally and financial fy, to represent us in tbe Dominion Parliament
He then snoke fluently of the National
Policy and Remedial Bill, illustrating
them in a very forcible manner. The-
hall was well filled and all that were
tliere I am sure went away with the
impression that they had lost nothing
by coining to hear him speak. Our
only complaint was that it was all
one sided, and cursed our stars that
Mr. E. King Dodds did not give us
the opportunity of having some fun of,
course it would have been at his expense, and knowing this perhaps
accounts for his not giving u��that,
opportunity.
On his recent trip to British Columbia Mr. M. McDonald, general agent
of the Western Milling Co., Regina,
sold twelve carloads of that company's
goods iu the face of keen competition
from otlier firms. Two more cars
would have made a train load. Mac
is a hustler when he goes out ou a
business trip for his firm.���Alberta
Tribune.
Bev. T. S. Glassford, B.A., left on
Uuesday for Toronto to attend tho
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church, and before whom he will deliver an address on "Home Missions."
He will be absent about a month, during whioh time Mr. Roxburgh, missionary student from Field, will look
after the spiritual wants of the congregations -at Donald and Golden,
Canyon Creek Trull.
I am glad to bo able to announce,
that Mr. Low has commenced a trail
from the Columbia river near the saw
mill to a point on Canyon Creek by
which it will be easy to convey provisions by horse up to the head. Heretofore the prospectors who were willing
to take a pack of 75 or 100 lbs. ou
their back and cross one of the rough-
est portions of the Selkirk range were
the only men who have ever seen the.
country, and these were few indeed,
There is, if the information of men
who have been in there goes for anything, up the waters of Canyon creek
one of the best countries for mineral
leads in the province of British Columbia. The creek itself contains a largo
amount of gold and this gold without
doubt came from some of these leads
of quartz. But the country has uet
been travelled at all. Before a man
could get in tliere fairly his provisions
necessitated his coming back. By this,
trail he will be able to take a larger-
supply in and consequently be able to
remain and bunt and bring back some
of his find lo the assay office. Of
course the amount of money to be
spent on the trail is, I believe, very
small, and quite inadequate to fulfil
the requirements, but more may be
forthcoming in the future. Then
again there is another thing which
may be brought about by the coinplo.
tion ol this trail, that is a direct com.
municatiou witli the McMurdo district
from Golden, instead of going mora
than double tlie distance to the Spille-
inacheeii valley, Up Canyon creek
anu over the divide is a straight
course to the north fork of the Spille-
macheeu and so ou to the McMurdo
country. We hope to see thi? trait
pushed through.
Why did the Conservative meeting
which was announced for Tuesday not
aome off? We ivcretvaitiug anxiously
tor it and liud ourselves disappointed,
\\> ���"������j'tt- a-ilt-ien <Sva
T.iB J J..J-.*l EI-Y is iiublisbed every
Saturday muruing i.i time tu catch tlie east
ami ivo.t null trains, also the mail for the
UOjinr cii.tutry, iVtiiiiui'iiiere, Furt Steele etc
is the mily advertising medium in the Eoat
ooteuay district
S lliHet'iptijn llutes : S2.0J |kii- uniiutn IN
i*,l*VA*~Jii.
A lvnrti-'. nents umi I'linugos 11111111 bo in
the oii.ru uut later Hurt Ir.' a in, on Thursday
to iiuare insertion.
All e_-.ll
elii.ii the
lo 'its pall tu the Manager, from
In ii'M.ty's receipt will lie obtained.
Adver'Ue nsnt rates niiule knoivn on itppli*
uatiur 'u
hi Ufa hi hMui}, Campafiy,
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1896.
OUR   friend, Mr.   Mara, did condescend to give the electors of Golden on
Saturday lust an opportunity of hearing bim speak.     There are, I believe,
very   few   who   have ever hoard him
speak   before, c-erybody,   at   leas*   a
great many were asking.   'How does
Mr. .Mara speak, cau  he speak at all?''
Now this is uot a little strange that as
long as Mr. Mara has   represented us,
we should   not  have hud bim address
us before.     Mr.   Mara explains it by
saying   that   he has no pretentions of
being an orator.    That's  true enough,
though he, if   he were a diligent pupil
even, might   have  improved through
all the years he has spent at Ottawa,
but why does he come now?     Not because he   has   improved bis powers of
oratory, for it is at the present that he
has ''no pretension, etc."   No! Things
are slightly altered.      Mr. Mara knew
that ha had his sheep  securely in the
fold as long as there was no opposition
for  the  membership, so he neglected
you.     Now   he   finds you scattered,
very much  scattered from hiin too, he
will also, I think, find some difficulty
to corral East Kootenay  again.     Mr.
Mara by his perfect indifference to tbe
wants   of   tho majority has estranged
himself   from them, and  nothing will
now bridge the  gap.    I do not know
what he could have  been  thinking of
when by way of  introducing a corol
lary to one of   his   statements he said
"then all   the electors tbat sent those
men. there must be corrupt "    He wss
speaking of  the members of a Conservative  government    when    he  said
"those men."   It was quite a "break"
to   make  at a public meeting.     Perhaps   he   was-like   Sir     Mackenzie
Bowell was a little while buck - think'
ing of  the   "traitors" at the time be
was   pleased  "o   make the statement.
All in all it   weut very well.     Everyone was I believe, except   himself perhaps, and  this   because heretofore he
has  not  been  accustomed to have a
dissenting voice.
He has, they say, no intention of
visiting Fort Steele, and the few supporters he had there think this beyond
the limits of endurance. "He could
come to Windermere but he could not
find time to visit us." This plan of
leaving Fort Steele out in the cold ol
his sunny presence is certainly nol a
politic one of his, Has lie ever lieen
to Steele?
Poor Donald too feels that lie has
given them the cold shoulder. lie
wat asked at the depot there ou
Suuday if he intended holding a meeting, when he stated that lie was afraid
he should uot have time, so iu consequence of this many there are afraid
also that they will uot have time to
return him to parliament, and again
he seemed to kuow uo one there except
a few of the B. B.'s. 80 good-bye Mr.
Mara, you have our sympathy and
that is all.
A prominent resident in Cariboo
writes to the Inland Sentinel, Kamloops : "The disgraceful disfranchisement of voters in Cariboo by abolishing polling slntions in Chilcotin,
Quesnelle  Forks, Horsefly  and Soda
Creek, opposition strongholds, has
cost tbe Liberals at least 120 votes,
while Mara will lose probably 3 votes.
You can however, in spiie of these
tactics, count on a considerable majority for Bostock in Cariboo."
We all   hoard on Saturday lust how
this   wholesale robbery  of   votes was
done.     Mr.   Mara  explained it very
nicely, but his very deportment while
doing   so   was   calculated   to call for
serious doubt, whether   he was an accessory to this said robbery.    Look at
tbe  face  ol   the  thing, why should
theso   places   which   lire particularly
Bostock camps   be disfranchised more
than   any  other  place.    Thnre is no
other   inference   possiblo  than that it
was   because   they are opposed to the
government.     Who  knew that these
places   were  opposed  to tbe Government?     Who   better  than .Mr. Mara?
We cannot   blame bim, I suppose, Ior
looking after bis own interests.     But
wa  sympathise   with him if  lit Is so
short   sighted   as to think that   such
tactics will advantage him any in tho
future.     By this it is shown that any
place may be disfranchised so to speak.
By   tactics  as these Mr. Mara thinks
he can see land in the distance, but its
merely a fog I can  assure you sir, and
then again Shakespeare says :      " 'Tis
double death to drown in ken of shore"
The   aforesaid- contemporary says:
���'By the   delinquency of   Mr. Main in
failing   to  take   timely steps to have
tbe voters' lists revised, and tlie necessary   facilities   for   voting   supplied,
fully hull   it is estimated, of properly
qualified residents   of Yule-Kooteiiuy
and   Cariboo have been robbed of   the
privilege of   voting.     This same Mr.
Mara is again soliciting the suffrages
of the people."
THE  GOOD WORK  GOES ON.
Mara'. Meeting Closes with Loud and
Prolonged Cheering far the Queen,
Laurier und Bostock.
For the first time since he has
represented Yale-Cariboo, Mr. J. A.
Mara faced the electors here Saturday
night, and it is safe to say that the
result was not gratifying to him. If
there is any pluce in the constituency
which has a greivauce against Mr.
Mara it is East Kootenay. He has
certainly neglected them heretofore,
and this fact was abundantly exemplified at the conclusion of the meeting
when three cheers were giveu for The
Queen, Laurier and Bostock. Mr.Mara
was not in it, so to speak, from the
lirst. Mr. McCutcheon followed on
behalf of Mr. Bostock, and his knowledge of ' Mr. Mara's delinquencies as
representative of the district enabled
hiin to make it rather warm for that
gentleman.
11 rlil gu Disaster.
Some lime ago I was taken sick
with a cramp in Ihe stomnch, followed
by diarrhoea. I took a couple of doses
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
D'uirrhoa Remedy and was immediately relieved. I consider il the best
medicine in the market for all such
complaints. I have sold the remedy
to others and every ono who uses it
speaks highly of if. J. W. Strickler,
Valley Center, Cal. For sale by Druggists Langley A Co. Wholesale Agents,
Victoria and Vancouver.
Public School Beport.
The following is the school report
for the month of May: ���
No. of pupils attending during the
tnoiit h - 02.
Average attendance 2i.4o.
HONOR ROLL.
Senior Fifth Class-
1 Winifred Armstrong.
2 Aubrey Harrison.
Fifth Class -
1 Marv A. Kenny.
2 Gladys Houston.
Fourth Class ���
1 Laura Kenny.
2 Gertrude Field.
Third Class -
1 Mary Connor.
2 Malie A. Auderson.
Second Class -
1 Lottie Woodley.
2 Willie Houston.
First Class -
1 Mabel Archer.
2 May McDonald,
II. Primer -
1 Fannie Connor.
2 Hstlie A. Rutherford.
Tablet Class -
1 Jack Parson.
2 Harold McDonald.
PUNCTUALITY ANU REGULARITY,
Aubiev Harrison. George Love,
Mabel Archer, Fannie Conuor, Mary
Connor.
S. Preston,
Teacher.
WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We pay $6 to $10 per week for
easy homework. Child can do it, No
Scheme, Books or Peihii.ino. This is
bona tldt. Send stamp for work and
particulars ui once. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Camden, N.J.
In speaking of tlie bridge disaster at
Victoria tbe Province says: ���
The bridge wus built iu 1885 by a
San Francisco company at a cost of
���m.COO for the Provincial Government, aud was, we ate assured by experts, a good enough bridge at the
time for the purpose for which it was
intended, i.e., the ordinary vehicular
uud passenger traffic of a city of the
then Victoria's size with, we may
assnme, tlie usual margin of safety,
say five tin~.es tbe strength needed for
actual requirements. So far so good,
but what happened? When the city
limits were extended tho bridge was
taken over by the Municipality. The
Municipality in turn, cither made or
confirmed arrangements previously
arrived at with the Tramway Company for the passage of cars in total
unconcern as to whether the bridge
was or was uot strong enough to
stand tho additional traffic. The
Tramway Company seems to have
quite coutent to assume what it ought
to have proved; it laid down tlie track
not in the centre, but upon one side of
the bridge, thereby adding enormously
to the undue strain. It persistently
loaded its curs with us much human
freight as tbey could be made to carry,
quite regardless of the state of lhe
road bod over which they hud to travel.' Warning was given three years
ago of what might be expected when
the bridge partially collapsed. Bnt
the warning fell on .loaf ears. Xo
precautious were apparently takeu by
anybody; nothing was done. On the
day of tht accident no measures of any
kind were adopted to regulate or mini
mise the traffic. Accounts vary as to
the number of cars, which, at the
moment of the accident were on the
bridge at the same time. Some say
there was as many as four; some say
three; some only two. The truth will
doubtless be brought out during the
tho enquiry, but be this as it may, it
is abundantly evident tbat no steps
were taken by anybody to provide for
the safety of the public on the occa
sion of all others when they should
have been taken, and the fact is a
scandal and disgrace. Individuals
have paid with their lives for corporate neglect, and it is certainly to be
hoped iu tho interest of public safety
for the future that the day of reckoning may be a rude one.
A Remarkable Cure of Uhenm_tl.ni.
Westminster, Cal., March 31, 1894.
���Some time ago, on awakening one
morning, I found that I had rheumatism iu my knee so badly that, as I
remarked to my wifo, it would be impossible for me to attend to business
that day. Remembering that I had
some of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in
my store I tent for a bottle, and rubbed the afflicted parti thoroughly with
it, according to directions, and within
an hour I was completely relieved.
One application bad done the business.
It is the best liniment on the market,
and I sell it under a positive guarantee
R. T. Harris. For sale by Druggists
Langley A Co., Wholesale Agents,
Victoria and Vancouver.
Mr. E. King Dodds.
There are not a few people who are
asking who Mr. Dodds is. It may be
summed up this way in all respect of
course: Mr. Dodds is a gentleman
who has been imported from Ontario
for this campaign, and the burden of
the speech-making from the government point of view devolved upou hiin.
His ignorance of B.C.'s requirements
and conditions prevailing in this province compelled him to fall baok on
one of his ancient campaign harangues
and he regaled the audience with a
speech which has done duty on many
a stump In the agricultural districts
of Ontario. Mr. Dodds omes to B.C.
as au exponent of the blessings of protection and to tell the people here of
the wonderful develo ^leut In the east.
He must havo a poo- idea of tbe intelligence of the peo'le here if he imagines that they can bo influenced by
such moonshine as he talked at Revelstoke. For when he talks of there
being a scarcity of skilled mechanics
in such places as Toronto we all know
that be is stating what is not the fact
As Mr. E. King Dodds will address
meetings ir Victoria, Vancouver and
New Westminster it might be well for
the people here to learn something of
this wonder of eloquence. He is a
sporty gentleman, who obtained considerable notoriety in the east, when
as the advocate of the brewing and
distilling interest he appeared upon
every anti-temperance stump in Ontario. He is an old campaigner, and
no one has ever been deceived into believing that he was doing it entirely
for his health's sake. This is the
kind of a man who has been sent or
brought to bolster up the government's
already weak case in this province. It
is safe to predict that he will influence
very few votes in British Columbia.���
Exchange.
TABLE
Showing thedatosiind places of Court
of Assize, Nisi l'.'lus, Oyer and Ter
miner, nnd Uenerul Gaol Deliver;
for the Yenr 1800.
Spring Assizes.
Nanaimo Tuesday ... 5th Ma,
NewWestminster.Tuesday .. 12th Ma,
Vancouver Tuesday .. 19th Ma,
Clinton .Monday . .25th Ma,
V ictoria Tuesday .. 26th Ma,
Kamloops Monday.... 1st Jim
Vernon Monday.... 8th Jun
"Nelson Monday., ,15th Juu
���Donald Monday... 22nd Jus
"Special Assize.
NOT_Ci��.
Provincial Secretary's Oliiee,
13th May, 1896.
MOTICE is hereby given tbat the
���" rescission of the operation of the
''Official Seniors' Act, 1894," will hike
eldvt from and alter the 30lti day ol'
June. next.
By Command.
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary.
NOTIFICATION OF   INFECTIOUS
DISEASES.
THE following extract from tbe
"Health Act, 1893," is published
for gentral information by direction of
tht Provincial Board of Health :���
"Sec. 69. Whenever any householder
knows that anv person within his
family or household has the small pox,
diphtheria, scarlet fever, cholera, or
typhoid fever, he shall (subject iu case
of refusal or neglect to the penalties
provided by sub-section (8) of section
98) within twenty-four hours give
notice thereof to the Local Board of
Health,* or to the Medical Health
Officer of the District In whioh he resides, if there be one, and such notice
shall be given either at the office of the
Medical Health' Officer or by a communication addressed to him and duly
mailed within the time above specified,
and in case there it no Medical Health
Officer, then to tbe Local Board of
Health."
Subsection(2)of section 98 provides
a penalty of 1100, or iinprisonn, it for
sis months, for neglect to import at
required.
���The Government Agent it ihe Local Board of Health . iu outlying Districts.
A.._. WATT,
Secretary, Provincial Board of Health. ���
Education Office,
Victoria, May 4th, 1891
lJOTICE is hereby given that the at
*" mini examination of candidal!
for certificates of qualification to teac
in the Public Schools of the Provinc
will be held as follows, commencing 0
Friday, July 3rd, 1896, at 9 a.m.: -
Victoria In South Park School Bnildin
Vancouver- In High School Buildin*
Kamloops - In Public School Building,
Each applicant must forward a nt
tice, thirty days before the examine
tion, stating the class and grade c
certificate for which he will be a cat
didale, the optional subjects selectee
and at which of the above name
places he will attend.
Every notice of intention to be a
applicant must be accompanied wit
satisfactory testimonial ot mori
character.
Candidates are notified that all 1
the above requirements must be fu
filled liefore their applications can I
filed. .' <
All candidates for First Class, Grai
A. Certificates, Including Graduate
must attend in Victoria to take 11
subjects prescribed for July 14th ai
15th instants, and to undergo requiri
oral examinations. \
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Edue ition.,
"It Is worth the price to trrsty Pen
who m teaae a n��wspr."jir."-Dailkgl
Journal.
��n_l urrran. 10   '��� 1
TEE JOUSNjU, ttt-l-Bt IO
Blue Pencil Rule:
ju   i
Jx. Oh. -VIJ-IVIXTB.
A Poektt Piiatr f or tht est of
OorMtpoodtnU  ud Cop
Short, tln-plt tnd prattle
sutUng waa editing noj-npapor 1
sod ot equal valet to all *-*--
write correct -ngl-h.
M_."*Eft_*
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Ivj'.'i--'-  "*"�����  ' ��>'" -. ������-->'*- Hi
tice to Taxpayers.
issment Aot and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
ild Division of East Kootenav
District.
PICE is hereby given, in accordance with the Statues, that Pro-
al Revenue Tax and all taxes
1 under the Assessment Aot are
due for the year 1H9!. All of the
3 named taxes collectable within
lonald Division of East Kooleuay
lot, are payable at my office, the
t House, Oolden.
sessed taxes are collectable st the
wing rates, viz.:
paid ou or before June 30th l��9'i:
e half of one -ier cent on real pro-
,t
to |ier cent on assessed value of
land.
e third of one per cent on person-
open.v.
ie half of one |ier cent on income,
paid after June 30th 18911���
���o-thirds  of  one per cent on real
erty.
no and one half per cent on assess-
ilue of wild laud,
ie half of one |M*r cont on personal
erty.
tree-fourths of one er cent on in-
i.
oviuoial Ri-veuue Tux f.1.00 per
ta.
���F. C. LANG.
Assessor and Collector.
len, January Sud, 189 i.
notice:.
Application for Certlfleute of Improvement.,
EXCELSIOR   MINERAL  CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Waller DHinard,
free miner's certificate No.47H39, intend,
60days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of tbe above
claim,
And further take notice, tbat adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this seventh day of December
1895.
Walter Dainarh.
By his agent, F. W. Aylmer.
NOTICE I
Application   for.  Certl-cato. of Improvement..
HIDDEN TREASURE   AND OIANT MINERAL   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Thcmas Jones,
free miner's certificate No. 47K48, intend
60 days from date hereof, to apply to
tlie Gold Commissioner fur certificates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crown grants of above
claims.
Aud further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder aud action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates uf improvements.
Thos. Jones,
By his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1895.
git-hueo (��(xxt>*.
Hon. J, A. Louoiieeii, Q,C.
.  McCarter.
Lougheeil  A   "WcCarter,
iWristers, Advocates, Sol .tors, Notaries
Etc., Etc.
Solicitors lor IStuik Montreal.
Caloarv, - N.W.T.
NOTICE.
he Supreme Court of British C<*l-
mbis, re Connacher, ���Connacher
i. Pither.
ursuant to an order of the Supmn'r
rt of British Columbia made in the
ter of the estate of Henry Con-
her In the suit of Connacher vs
ber. The creditors of Henry Con'
her, late of Oolden, in the District
Kootenay, hotel kee|ier, deceased,
j died on or about the mouth of
lunry, 18.95, are ou or before the
t day of April, 1896, to send by
isters 1 letter to A. G. M. Spragge,
)onald. In the District of Kootenay,
llth Columbia, the solicitor for
aes S'ei-ens Connacher, the above
ried plaintiff, the executor of the
Based, their Christian and surname
resses aud discriptious, the full
tioulara of their claims.a statement
their accounts, and the nature of
securities (if any) held by them or
lefault thereof they will be perenip
illy excluded from the benefit of the
1 oriler. Every creditor holding
r security Is to produce the same
ire James Ferguson Armstrong,
rlstrar of the County Court at Don-
, the Referee appointed by' the
irt to take the aceoints and en-
ries under the said order, nt his
mbers at the Court House at Don-
in the Province of British Colum-
on tbe 8th day or April, 1889, at
o'clock   in the forenoon being the
* appointed fur adjudication ou the
i claims.
)ated at Donald, In the District of
otenay, British Columbia, tbit loth
��� of January, 1896.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
lent appointed under the laid order.
Oolden Hospital Society.
HOURS FOR OON8ULTATIOM.
From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
"      8 p.m. " 4 p.m.
ii      7    ii   ii h   ii
iday from 10 a.m. to 18 in., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
VISITING HOURS.
'rom 8:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., dat
ept Monday and Saturday.
NOTICE I
Notice of Application for Certificate,
of Improvements.
SIMCOE AND LANCASTER  MINERAL
CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, John McRae.
free miner's certilicat, No. 34453.
inteud, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the above claims
And further take notice that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced before
the issuauoe of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By hi* agent F W. Avi.mer.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1894.
SILVER^ ORES    .  .   .
copm     . - WANTED.
Write for prices,  (.Ire assays, etc.
STATE ORE SAMPLING CO.,
D-NVKIt.  COLO.
R.  J.  JKPHSOX,
D,lj,8. A P.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION &
P1IOVINCIAL l,ANO SURVEYOR,
Draughtsman, Viiliuitur.etc., I. A LtiAli Y,
N.W.T.   ( orrospoudeuce Solicited.
R.J.JEPHS0N, D.1j.S.,1Mj.8. of B.C. -Out.
Caloarv, Alba.
P. LEAKE,
-Mining Engineer,
A W nllargltit.
Reports on properties a Specialty,
I'lii.iu.N. B.C.
A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
MANUEL DAINARD.
Livepy_& Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
OOLUUX.      -       IM*.
HULL BROS ti Co..
Wliolemtlc and Ketail
BUTCH ERS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN.   B. C.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
���   .   Embalmers,
Calgury Alba
TBLBORAPII    ORIIERS   PROMPTLY
ATTENIIEU    TO.
JL J. STARFORTft
FRUITS tt VEGETABLES.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to the merits of a new
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds ot ores and miner*
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc.
Manufactured by a chemist aud metallurgist who thoroughly understand!
the wants of the assayer, the prospector, the miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, coupelliug, fusing in
crucibles, testing of sampling charges, roasting, etc.
This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, is complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slug aud metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and kuock-dowu bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores; capacity 1000
to 5000 pounds per heat; also smaller size, capacity from 1WI to -JOU pound*
per heat, according to the character of i res,
The Advantages in Practice are as Follows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a pack burro,
that is complete and ready to be set up at any dump of low grade ores, that
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tout
of ore a day.
On lowftradooro. picked nt the damp, this little furnace will pay for it*.
self every week, besides wages and expenees, Ijet someone else do the risk iu
mining, and stick to a certaiuity,
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 8 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
type with knock-down bottom, made of No. 10 .teste plate, and stiffened with
angle-irons made in two half-circles for easy transportation, and then bolted
together. Two Steele-flanged metal and slsg spouts, one blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnace tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), one
graphite No. 40 crucible, one blacksmith's forge blower, geared complete in iron
frame, to supply blast by hand-power for the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, readv to be set. tip, delivered on board cars at
St. Louis, will cost ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET. Terms : $25 . fj
cash with order, balance draft attached wiih bill of lading;   the smaller sixe,
100 ta SOO PanniU Capacity, Cost ��� 48.00 Set.
Terms:   fjJO.CO cash witb order, balance draft attached to bill of lading; 6
per cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fnei. smelting operation, separating and refining of base bullion, etc.,
FURNISHED IN DETAIL  UPUN,   RECEIPT OF   ORDER.
NATIONAL ORE AND REDUCTION CO..
We Want a Representative. 415 LoCUSt St., ST. LOUIS, Ho.
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENTEES Of
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Enerlnecr. and Contractors for Equipment of Chemical   Redaction Work.,
lUPTURE
rfset mm to wearer, -._>'
vlr,..r.-��MlM-a Tb��7H
.pturo u.Mlsr ���*]!"*���* i'~
k*_?__5fK��i-rI��.
olden City Bakery.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Golden Hospital Society.
���<.
THE HOSPITAL is now open tor the
admission of patients.
TICKETS may he bad from the undersigned or any member of the
committee.
PRICE-Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting Secretary.
A PERFECT TEA
TNI
rieier Tt.i
INTHI
WOW-WXTXA PLANT TO THXTta COP
IMIT��N��TIVH'UWITV.
    Tail, put up by Um I-Xu Ten
nnnut eeatftt ot urn heel qu���iiu. of Indian
all oooo omens kh> it.
If roar pbtar torn m* imo It, MU hia to write to
STML, HAYTIR A OO.     .
II an* m Front ItrectlUst Toronto.
-��*���__
TRAM MAMCt,
Tf tICN PATINTl.
OOPVMOHTa,   etc
Ior Itifor-stl-m aa4 frpo I budlwoi- w r it. to
MUNN A CO-MI B.O-DWAV, NSW YOM.
Olile-t buiwro lot ���cnir-iWl��*-'.*,_L',-All!ivS_
Everr wrtmu taken out l.y us Is tr-rajMhcton
the yu-lo _jr a aoUo. ll"* two cUbaix. to v*
Scientific &m\m
"'ipcimlntlic
Jo laU'lllim-l
t^lTMixlnmM^'AiClr^^fiyX.
KuIbb-u, Ml In*-*!-.-', he* Vork cur.
R-I-P-A-N-S
The modern standard Family Medicine: Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
COMMERGIAL :-:    PRINTING
Job    Depetrtmer|t
���:o:��� OF ���:o:���
The OOLDEN E1?A
GOLDEN SASH & DOOR FACTORY ti
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufacturers of Sash. 1 oi is. Moulding*
Turned and Sawn Balusters. Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets.   A.l sizes of glass in stock.
The Machine and Blacksmith (���'hop are prej ared to do
all kinds of repairs a3 soon as possible. All sizes of Pipe
Fitting and Brass Goods on hand.
Wagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axles. Spokes & Felloes,
Hickory and Maple Plank.
HOUSTON  & CO. Awarded
Highest'Honors���World's Pair,
DU     	
it
this | ortion pf the creek is wry conrsp
nnd not so 'Hit ns tlvnt fo'ihd lower
*d:\yn tlie croi-k showing, e -idemly,
tli'iif it has nut travelled fur Iroin its
original situs ���"������'.'.'
CREAM
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.  Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
nrgnmenia   do  not  convince you my
immaculate   trousers    and     spotless
Prince.. Albert,   both   of   whicli were
manufactured in   a  free trnde country
o'luht   to   prove   to   you that I como
from the tilty oi culture and that thtre
at leiiht we knew something.    Climax
we   crib   from   Mr. Marchant and in
closing   by   "apt   alliteration's nr'fiil
aid''-appeal   tu  you to vote for.vot,r
country, your  convictions  mid your
,,       . . ���      , ���    ��� coii'soienie,     When   Mr    Dodds   sut
excei.tion.il v   rich   ga eua- .running   ,     ���"��"-������
' - ���, .    down   amid   the fruntic applause   oi
the C.P.R.   officials', a  sigh of   relit'l
Mr. Dolititidj-e of Toronto Will commence wo''it near' Ottettail i.i a few
days,     He   hns   iii some'of .1 he leads
AND THE
Hai/igatiqn, ��    \
Tram^yt/o. Ltd J
from 4C0 to i'iCO ozs. to tlie tot". 'Thi
is just whut wo-������want und if there is
uuy qurmrity we don't'want anything
better in fact, .however be intends
proying it this summer when lhe snow
has gji.e.
*nixix<. xews.
This   weak  I rings anoiher consignment of   topper   ore.from this district
bound for Trail, West lioutenny.   Mr.
McNeish    who.baa  lieen working! be
property for  several month's bus now
made an attempt to bring soine iettun��
back, tho-igh the disadvantage, under
which he has   to labor are indee 1 dis-
ooiiragilig.     Iu   the   first   place  the
mine   is   situated  some little distance
from   navigable   waters and has to be
reached by an  indifferently good trail.
Then   the   .'istanee   from a reduction
works is no small matter fur consideration, for   the ore.has ot   ue0ess.ily'to
be handled several   times after leaving
tlie mine before it  cun lie placed at the
smelter.     The   mine   from   Which it
comes   is   the   well   known   Hidden
Treasure;a Coppermine situated ou the
Spilleinacheoii   River   ubout IIO   miles
from Golden on the C.P.R.     Early iu
the fall Mr. D. D. Munn of  Montreal
bonded   the   property but much to bis
loss allowed it to run out.     The bond
was   taken   on very leusonable teims
br   the  would-be  purchaser, but   he
was   nnt   in   luck   so   to speak, and
missed his venture.   The property has
been   proved   since to be a very valuable  one, and  some of tho ore taken
out of. an exceedingly rich character.
For instance  the vitreous  copper ore
found there   will analyse 64 per cent,
metallic copper, ulso the carbonates go
as much as 51  per cent, copper, showing that the ore is of  an exceptionable
character.     The   amount   of   ore   of
course is at present   undetermined lut
sufficient  bus  been shown io warrant
a larire body.   However only time and
work   can   prove  this but if   such a
property   wero   only   situated iu any
part of the otlier   Kootenay tlie people
would be going wild over it, but being
here it is  passed  unnoticed by tho investors in   mining property, or rather
the investors   ot   laud  with which to
form a stock Co.
Quite an excitement has occurred at
Donald this week abaut tlie lich
strike of placer diggings on the Blue-
water near that town. Casslar went
out some two weeks ngo to prospect
for gold on tlieBlucwater und returned
to town last Sunday, with very good
evidence that gold and thut iu apparently paying quantities existed in the
Blue Water. He had with him some
gold he extracted. It is not of the
same character that is generally found
in the streams of East Kootenay but
is a finer gold nnd is disseminated
very evenly through the gravel. He
states from 5 to 10 cents may be obtained from each'pan of gravel. The
accompanying material such as
"black rand," etc., are very prmising
���ml show well. Six claims have been
staked In the last week. We hope
they have found it rich.
Hiving used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family and found it to
be a first-clu-H article. I take pleitHitre
in reco nu endiim it to my friends. J.
V. Foster, West port. Cu I. For sale by
Druggists Langley &Co., Wholesale
Agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
went up from the remainder of the
audience. After a vote of thanks had
heeti'glve to the chairman Mr, Colqii-
bomi, Mr. Beasley called for three
cheers for Murn and was rewarded
with a very hinin effort; but when Mr.
R. A. Kimpton called for cheers for
Unstuck thu shout fairly n.ised the
roof, The National Autlicin wits then
sung and ibe audience left the hall
with the idea that .1, A. hns not a
fighting chance in Donald against
Bostock. ��� NiiJno.
Cliurcli Service..
The usual   evening service will  lie
held to -morrow  ill  St. Paul's Church
at 7:110 o'clock.
Mr. D. McDonald has commenced
active work on Canyon Creek about a
mile higher up the creek than that
covered by Mr. Estell's lease. He took
the lumber in on sleighs iu the winter
and will begin to shovel gravel in a
week or io,     The gold obtained; from
Ooniilil Doing..
E. King Dodds arrived iu town on
Tuesday lust nnd in the evening met'a
large aidiencc of ladies and gentlemen
iti tlie Oddfellows Hall, where he rehashed the little piece he gnvent differ-
���nt parts of tlie const. Iu opening
Mr. Dodds gave us a loig dissertation
on tbe benefits of protecti-in. The
hireling from Ontario, ivho evidently
imagines that Toronto is the bub of
tho universe, then, touched lightly on
the famous R'media) Bill. In defence
of this measure he utterly failed to
prov* that people who do not support
the. reckless, corrupt and unscrupulous
Sir Cliai'les Tipper and his Coercion
Bill are not fouls and fanatics. In
winding np Mr. Dodds nave us per
vration lhat savored somewhat of the
race track.
Mr. Marchant of Victoria followed
our horsey friend and gave hiin seme
hitter pills to swallow. He contrasted
Mr. Hewitt Bostock and Mr. Mara
and it must be acknowledged that the
cjrnpiiisoii was unfavorable to our
late representative. He then went
into details regarding the benefits the
N.P. hns coufirred upon the Dominion
of Cann'ln. Mr. Marchanc who certainly knows more about British Columbia than Mr. Dodds, drew a very
harrowing picture'of the evils t|iat the
blighting curse protection hns showered upon this fair province of ours. In
closing Mr. Marchant appealed to the
people to vote right, and to teturii Mr.
Hewitt Bostock as their representative
wbo will givo an honest support to the
statesman who is easily the grea'est
Canadian of any race and of whom his
own people can pot be prouder than are
the English Canadians. On taking
his sent the eloquent Victorian was
applauded to the echo and he must
have felt that he had done his duty
nobly and well.
As the meeting was supposed to be
a Mara one Mr. Dodds, who had been
taking voluminous notes claimed bis
right to have Ibe last word, and in
his last word made what might be
vulgarly called a few bad breaks.
Break No. 1 - Tho Point Ellice Bridge
disaster has cast a gloom over tbo
whole province and has left many u
houso iu Victoria a house of mruruing
and it wus certainly ill timed for Mr.
Dodds to muke what one might almost
cull a joke iu order to turn a point
Against a political opponent who happens to be an alderman of that city,
Brertk'No. 2-Hero Mr. Dodds in order
to score forgot or perhaps never heard
a maxim laid down by a greater man
thnn ever he or his posterity will hope
to be: ''De mortitis nil nisi bonuin."
This may look pendantic but when
Mercier is called up from the grave it
is about as bad taste as if the Liberal
party of Canada would disturb the
memory   of  the  great   Conservative J^-���
PltESHYTl'ltlAN   CHURCH.
The following   services will be held
during the mouth of June, viz.:
June   Tth at 10 o'clock, a.m,
"   14th "   3       "      p.m.
"   21st " 10       "      a.m.
������   28ih " -       ���',
International Transportation Co.
CONNECTING WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC & G SEAT NORTHERN]
Mend To-tlay.
Ladies and gentlemen, bo alive to
your own interest. There has recently
been discovered, nnd is now for sale hy
tlie undersigned, a tiuly wonderful
���'Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." This''Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald bead in
six weeks by the use ol this wonderful
"H"ir Grower." I' will also prevent
the hair from falling. By the use ol
this excellent reinedv boys raise un eN-
rellent moustache in six weeks. Ladies
if you want a surprising bend of hair,
have.it immediately bv 'he use of this
"Hair Grower." We ulso sell a '���Complexion, Whitening" lhat will in out
mouth's time make you as clear ami
white its the skin can be made. We
never knew a lad. or gentleman to use
two bottles of "Whitening," for they
ull suy thut before they finished the
second bottle tbey were us white us
they would wish to be. After the use
it this '���Whitening," tlte skin will forever retain its color. It alse removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents per bottle, and the "Face
Whitening'' 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will he sent to any
address on receipt of price. Address
all orders to ���
R. & J. RYAN,
201 DiVis.o.i Stii-li-, Ottawa, Ont
LOST OB FAILING MOO?,
Ilsn8r_d &sd Rsrvoas Di
i
W��_nessof-odysH
Mind. Effects of 1_.
roncr Excepts In Old
or Votng. Rob-itf.
Noble Msohood fully
iRcnored. How to enlarge and Strengthen
Weak, Undeveloped
Organs end Puts ol
Body. Al-olntely ur>
idling Home Treat.
nent���Benefits in a
day. Men testify frorn
60 States ud Forcipi
Ctxtnirics. Write then-.
D-eriptive Book, ex*
plan-Ion end proou
mailed (waled) free.
.BE-MUL a., 1Mb Ul
FOR SALE or
TO RENT
An Improved Ranch,
East Kootenay, B.C.
Lot  272, Oroup   1, known  as  the
Caiman   Ranch, !>19  acres of bottom
...   . ,. , land situate at the mouth of  Sinclair
chieftain regarding some of his doings! Creek, Columbia River, farm buildings
l.efore he shuffle! oil  this mortal coil.; etc.   Apply to
Break ; No. 3-You don't, know very
much in B.C., and 1 have been paid
$1000 to come all the way from Ontario to enlighten you and even if   my
BODWEI-L * IRVING,
Solicitors, Victoria, B.C.
Or to A. G. M. SPRAGGE,
Solicitor, Donald, B.C.
RAILWAYS.
TIME   TABLE,
SEASON    1896.
To take effect 1st May.
GOING. SOUTH..., . ",.
Leave Golden 4 am. Tuesdays    . .-,  .    _�����     .
Arrive Fort Steele G p.m. Wednesdays .
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Thursdays and Sundays
Arrive Jennings i) p.m. Thusdays and teuiiday_ .
t
GOING NORTH.
Leave Jenning-s 4 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
Arrive Fort Steele 6 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Tuesdays      .      .      .      .
Arrive Golden 9 a.m. Thursdays .      ...
a
P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.    (
I**e'_'e-_'��e^'_''-\ft'--i4r'-^
Look in the Pockets
Of any Ready-Made suit or garment you may' buy and see that it
�� contains one of Shorey's   Guarantee
% Tickets.   If so you   have Shorey's
% Clothing and the best value that is
Lto be had anywhere.
Qe/��a��**ai9t,it,tai9s,9a/��a>9&Q&7y9&ie,7tfca/��&*&'
Manufacturers Of
HIGH GRADE
M. McDonald/C
Calgary, Alb.
for N.W. TerritorU
British Columbia.
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