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VOL. V.   NO. 14
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895.
92 Per Year
OF INTEREST TO YOU.
I h jve just finished my annual stocktaking and find that my stock far exceeds
my expectations iu suits, pants, coats, vests, boots and shoes,
hats ami caps.
In order tu remedy this I ofTer the followiri*- inducements:
C-ili!'-* I   l.uvo  over   FIFTY  Suits  that  I   will  sell  at   cost and
P--j rite
Coats.
Vests.
Boot
liuvo  over
under.
I hare over THREE HUNDRED pairs of pants that I will sell
at exact cost.
I have over TWENTY coats that 1 will sell at all prices.
Pr
have  over  TWENTY   vests    that   I   will  sell  at   very
low prices.
I have an immense stock of boots and shoes at
prices satisfactory to all.
Qhrtoe
Ha
ts
fa
3.
I  have hats and caps to fit the head and suit the
pocket
It will be io yonr interest tot-all anil examine theme
CASH   UAIU-lAINM.
C. A. WARREN,
Golden, B.C
.KOOTENAY HOUSE,
GOLDEN,   B.C.,
II. D. HUME, Prop.
Xmas Goods
Of All I-IimIm, and
At All Prices),
��� AT���
G. Templeton's Pharmacy,
Calgary.
OCR TOWN.
Golden, on the main line of Die Canadian
Pacific Kail-ray. at its connection with the
steamboat i?avigutio.i of tiio Columbia river;
thn mineral anil commercial centre of Eastern
llritish Columbia; headquarters of th'bidden Smelting works, the Upper Coluinliia
Navigation Co., and lumber industry; the
outlet for the widely known and far
famed agricultural nud grazing laud of the
Columbia A Kooienay Valleys: unrivalled
for scenery of nil kinds; the distribilling
point for the richest mineral country ou the
continent.
Columbia Valley llccf.
The ranchers along the Upper Columbia valley can pride themselves on
being able to raise cattle second to none
in the Dominion. Mr. J. A, Stoddart
of Windermere, and Mr. Robertson of
tlio Hardy Ranch, brought in two
bonds of cattle this week, of 14 and 17
head respectively, which have been
bought up by Messrs. Hull Bros. & Co
Mr. G. Woodley, manager here for
that firm, who hashadlargoexperience
in this line in Eastern Canada and tho
North West says that he never saw
finer beef anywhere, it is superior even
to the far-famed Alberta beef. Mr. J.
Mackay will also bring town u band
of cattle about the beginning of next
month for Hull Bros., who are undoubtedly keeping up their reputation
as first class butchers.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
The   beautiful  made its appearance
on Wednesday.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
���tyO
H.  G.
GENERAL  MERCHANT,
Wines eir|d   Liquors.
'WHOLESALE ONLY.)
Agent for Drewry's well-known Lager Beer
and Golden Key Brand Aerated Waters,
ALSO FOR
Slater's Celebrated Boots and Shoes.
A sitting of the County Court will
be held ut Donald on Monday.
A comfortable dwelling bouse for
sale or to rent on easy terms, for particulars apply at Til- Eua office.
Thirty-one loaves of bread for SI,00
at Vancouver, quite a difference as
compared with Golden, where we get
13 loaves for the same money.
Storel'8 pocket directory for November is to baud with the latest official
changes in time tables, postal information, etc., for Manitoba and the North
West.
es
$5.75 PER BARREL
A CARLOAD IN S TOCK
There were no nominations made
on Monday for fire wardens, the
Government Agent has therefore appointed Mr. P. C. Lang to perforin the
necessary duties.
A Rich Copper Claim.
Messrs. Jones and McNeish have
five men at work on The Hidden Trail,
a valuable copper claim on .he Spilli-
michene mountain. There is a line
showing of ore on this claim, the vein
measuring 50ft. between walls ; 3 or 4
feet average from DO to 40 per cent
copper, and 20 feet averaging from 10
to 12 per cent, the balance being
gangue. From 10 to 12 tons of ore
are already on the dump and the owners intend . working all winter. The
claim is about 7 milcsdista.it from the
Columbia river, first class water power
nnd abundance of timber is to be had
close ac hand,
The property was visited last week
by Messrs. D. D. Mann and Win.
Mackenzie, who were highly pleased
with the prospects and have secured
an option on the claim till Dec. Tth.
An expert will be sent in to examine
the property and if he reports favourably one of the most important mining
deals in the history of the country
will probably be consummated. It is
the intention of the owners, however,
if no deal is made with Messrs. Mann
and Mackenzie, to greatly increase
their force of men and make a shipment of ore early in the spring. They
are to be commended for their pluck,
which will no doubt in due time be
amply rewarded.
A numlier of improvements have
been ...ade in the court house grounds
recently. The grounds have been enclosed by a fence und a walk has been
laid around the building.
An action for libel hns been instituted by Hon. Col. Baker against The
Province, of Victoria, in consequence
of some statements made by that paper in reference to the Golden Eagle
mineral claim at Alberni, which Col.
Baker considered reflected on him.
Headquarters For
Ram Lai Tea
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
51b. Caddies, and 1-4, 1-2, and lib. packets.
Alexander Block,
.Oolden, B.C.
Mind and matter are the two great
elements which constitute the human
race. You find then, logically blended
in the Engineering and .Mining Journal of Now York-$5 a year. Each
number is.all that intellect nnd means
can possibly make it. Send for u
copy.
The members of the local I.O.O.F.
lodge have had a phonograph of the
late Harry Connacher enlarged and
hung up in the lodge room. Mr. Connacher was a member of the Donald
lodge and it ivas chiefly through his
untiring efforts that a lodge was instituted here, death, however, claimed
him before the accomplishment of his
object. The picture is life size and is
nicely framed.
Church Services.
The usual evening service will be
held to-morrow in St. Pan's Church
at 1:30 o'clock.
Methodist service wilt be hold in the
school house to-morrow 'veiling at
7:il0 o'clock, conducted bv Mr. Robins.
Presbyterian service will be held
to-morrow morning in tlie school
house at 10 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. T. S. Glassford, B.A.
The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets next Friday
evening in the school house at 8
o'clock.
lllTTI.ll   TASTE.
It Aids In the Detection of Unit-holt-*
some  Fonil.
Daniel Webster iu the famous White
trial in Salem, Mass., years ago declared that "murder will out." This
maxim has been found applicable to
many other things besides murder.
Housewives know it to be true when
there is alum in baking powder. A
bitterness in tho bread at once betrays
the alum's presence. It can't con.*, al
its 'rue nature. The alum bitterness
"will out," nnd because it will, physicians, who understand the harmful
effect of alum upon the system, are at
a loss to kuow why people continue to
buy baking powders containing it.
All bakinr- powders sold for twenty-
five cents a pound and less contain
alum. There is surely no economy in
using these cheap powders, For a
pure cream of tartar powder, as Dr.
Price's was shown to be at tbe World's
Fuir, goes so much farther and gives
so much better results, tliere is no
doubt of its being more economical in,
the long run.
Curling.
A meeting of the Golden Curling
Club was held in the Columbia House
on Tuesday evening last, Presidont G.
Woodley in the chair. The secretary
reported that the following rinks had
been registered :
E M Innes F W Aylmer
M Dainard G H Brock
J Henderson G Sutherland
H G Parson, skip     G Woodley, skip,
H D Hume D McNeish
J Lamontagn J Stappard
F E Young C H Parson
J Rae, skip D M Rae, skip,
A Langlains 	
J Lake 	
H Woodley 	
W McNeish, skip      C A Warren,skip
Tliere being a number of members
not. yet taken up the president and
secretary were empowered to appoint
as many additional skips as may be
required.
Tho skating question wns brought
up again at this meeting A resluticn
bad been passed at a meeting of tho
club on Oct. 8th, to the effect that the
rink be thrown open for skating ou
Saturday nights. Those who advocated skating on that occasion had
come to the conclusion that a mistake
had been made. After a lengthy discussion of the manor iu all its points,
it was moved, seconded and carried
unanimously,that the resolution passed
at a meeting of the club on Oct. 8th,
providing for skating on Saturday
nights be rescinded.
It was resolved that membership
fees must be paid to tlie secretary on
or before Dec. lulh,
DltilW SHOTS.
Judging from tlie interest displayed
at the above meeting the coming season is going to be a hot one.
There is an admirable opening for
some enterprising genius to run a
lunch counter at the rink this winter.
The use of one of the waiting rooms
can be had ou easy terms from the
syndicate.
Mr. F. H. Bacon, chief instructor
to the club in the phraseology of curling will he sadly missed this season,
as it is his intention to winter in tho
cast.
It is intended to invite the Calgary
curlers to pay Golden a visit this yeur.
Tbe local merchants are importing
an extra supply of coal oil for the
"Coul oil series."
It is stated ou good authority that
Mr Wm, McNeish lias a leather medal
which he iuteiuls presenting to the
club for competition.
Philadelphia, Nov. 4. ���On Saturday
evening at 5 o'clock the jury in the
Holmes murder cane retired and within one minute a verdict of guilty was
unanimously reached, but for shame's
sake the jury remained out a couple of
hours discussing tbe crime.
Holmes only coughed slightly wheu
.the verdict wus announced.
An application for a new trial ivas
made rml granted. November 18 being
the date fixed lur the lica.uin uf the
upl'licutiou, M'.xs ffiiil^cit Visa
Tho CiJL.lj... '.'..'A U published every
Saturday morning ia time tu catch the east
and wost mail trains, also the mail for the
appui- coaiiti''*, .I'lu'iiii'iuore, Furl Steelo ole
It is thu only aiU'ui'lislilg ill���ilium in nieEeiit
Kootenay illstrict
Subscription Itutt-s i S-i.00 pur luuiuiii in
ADVANCE.
Advertisements aurl changes must be in
tlio orlii'ir uut later than I- a ill, uu Thursday
to insure insertion.
Advertisement rates made known on appli-
catioi- *.o
All emli to be pail to tho Manager, from
tvlioiu tho Company's recolpt will be obtained.
Iti. Ufa Era Publishing Camp.n-f,
often greatly increases tlie cost, and iu i brass with ground rock and exhibited
many cases lhe yield of gold is even: it as that taken from Lulu Island,
then unsatisfactory, the plates being His cupidity was aroused at, 3 o'clock
protected from the attack of tho uier- on Sunday morning he started for
eury by some coaling of a sulphurous j Richmond and before anybody was
nature, or possibly by pieces of the astir had several claims staked out.
������biicks." j    Itia   stated   that   another assay of
To   facilitate   the amalgamation of j the quartz from  the  boring machine
the   concent rates   havo   been  roasted has  been   made, the  result   showing
During tho tumult that followed the Ashantee, to   present   to the   King of
announcement of the verdict, Durrant  Ashantee the ultimatum of Great Bri-
SATURDAY, NOV. 3,   18S5.
TO   MAKE   OOIjU   MINING   PAY.
and tlie residua ground with mercury
and a very little water, so as to make
a very thick paste. For some reason
however, which has not been fully
worked out, the yield is seldom higher
than if tbe concentrates ate amalgamated without being previously roasted. Doubtless much of the gold remains in ibe form of excessively thin
films, which are difficult io bring iu
contact with the mercury ; and if. as
is usually the case, the stuff is not
roasted quite "dead," the coatings of
ihe gold are formed to u greater extent
than before, and more harm is doue
than good.
At tlie   present   time   there are but
three methods iu use which can fairly
be held to apply   successfully  to large
classes of concentrates.    They are, the
treatment   by   smelting, by   roasting
and by   chlorination, and   by cyanide
solutions.    The first method is u little
difficult   to   apply,   for     a   smeltiug
establishment   requires   the su,.ply of
great   quantities of   several   different
kinds of ore, of which the concentrates
can only form one.      If large amounts
of   galena are   present, smelting, preceded by  preliminary   melting, is certainly the most satisfactory method j
but   except   in a   lew   localities, lead
smelting is   impossible, owing   to the
absence of   suitable ores, while pyritic
smelting, though   more widely applicable, is yet in its infancy.     A pyritic
smelter   would   doubtless   be u great
boon, but   no   single   outlying   ...ine
could look   forward to   setting up uue
unsupported.    Roasting and chluri.ui-
tiou is more hopeful, us even so small
a quantity as a few   tuns per week can
be treated iu this   way at u profit, and
us with smelting, the presence of large
quantities   of  either  copper,  zinc, or
lead is almost fatal to success, and the.
process   requires   some care and skill.
Finally, the  cyanide process, though
not applicable to some varieties o( concentrates, promises success in numerous cases.   The percentage of  extraction is usually good, but the decomposition cf   cyanide is  occasionally considerable, but   this   ...elhod  li.iS been
unable to   entirely  supplant chlorine*
trou with certain  classes of   material.
In conclusion, tho   maxim   mav  be
reiterated that in gold  mining no part
of   the   values   in   the ore should be
allowed to   escape   without   nn effort
being made to recover it.   Thu guld in
the concentrates   may   not umoii.it to
more than two or three per cent ol the
lutal quantity : but if it can bu obtained   easily   with   little cost by almost
automatic   machinery,  its   loss   may
make nil   tli*   difference  between success mnl   full tire, and   in
business, no profit is to be despised.���
Exchange.
only $22.
From a legal standpoint, one of the
most prominent barristers in the city
is the authority that every claim is
illegally staked, some being under the
old and some under the new act, whilo
the specific demands of neither have
been fulfilled. The same gentleman
also affirms that each person who has
affected the landscape by driving iu
stakes is liable to arrest for perjury if
bo-and sometimes it is she -has recorded tbe claim, as they must have
sworn that tliere is gold, when it is
not known lor an absolute fact that
such exists ou the identical ground
enclosed,
How frequently mining companies
totally ignore the concentrates it. their
gold ores, and allow them to escape,
This is no do.ibt often due to the difficulties encountered in saving them,
and to fear lest the cost of efficient
machinery should prove to lie excessive
Nevertheless, it is probably still more
often owing to the belief (hat the concentrates could not be made to yield
the gold which tbey contain, even if
they were saved. Their refractory
nature is certainly a bar to prosperity
of many mines, and a careful consideration of how the pyritic material can
be most profitably handled is a most
important part of the duties of the
..lining engineer in charge.
The condition in which the gold
occurs in pi-rites has been much discussed by chemists and physicists, and
is perhaps stiH a moot point. It was
formerly supposed by the highest
authorities to be present ns a sulphide;
then it wns contended that, though
���iirnlly metallic, the Hold was dissolved
in the sulphides of the base metal, so
that its state ngt-regation wus one of
almost infinite fineness of division.
More recently it has been shown by
careful reseuichos that gold in pyrites
is entirely in the metallic form, and
occurs in extremely thin plates gilding
thc faces of the crystals of sulphides
of iron ami other base metal compounds
It has been likened to the mo.t-r in a
brick wall, the bricks representing tbe
crystals of pyrites ami the mortar
being the gold, but the whole being ou
so small a scale in nature that tbe
edges of the gold films can with difficulty lie obsericd with the aid of a
most powerful microscope
This fact as to' the usual condition
of gold in pyrites must bo borne in
mind when the problem ol how to get
it out is faced in particular cases
Concentrate, are of all descriptions
and of varying tichuer-s, Some concentrates i.iuy contain but little gold
oxcMpt that existing in the state just
descs'.hod : in other samples I hern may
bo a larger number of little Ireo plates
ol metallic gold in addition : where
amalgamating plates have not been
well mtiniiged a quantity of iin. ly divided gold-u.uuluiiut inul mercury may over (be alleged find of gold on Lulu D.itton arose and replied iu the affirm-
also lie present in the heavier purls of Island iu tho municipality of Richmond ; alive, " We, tbe jury," said lie, *��� find
tlio ore, Wheu the amount of free i has not iu the least abated this week, the defendant, William Henrv Theo-
gold ,ii.l amalgam is appreciable, the and II tangible demonstration ol this. dure Durrant, guilty of murder iu the
method generally to lie adopted is that   is needed it is fouu I  in the Goid Cum- first   degree."     As ti.e aged foreman.
missioner's oiliceat New- Westminster,   palo   and   trembling, read   the words
.    "GUILTY
Of Murder In tho First Degree"
is the Verdict of the Jury
Against Durrant.
San Francisco, Nov. 1.���Theodore
Durrant, was to-day convicted of the
murder of Blanch Lnniont fur which
be has been un trial since July 22nd
lust. The jiir-' was out 20 minutes
and arrived at the verdict on the first
ballot. As there was no recommendation to mercy the punishment was
lixed at death.
The scene in the court rouin when
the verdict was announced will never
befurgot.en by those who were present. Judge Murphy finished his charge
at 3.30 and the jury at once retired,
Although there was supposed to be
little prospect, of a verdict being returned liefore 8 or !> o'clock this evening the throng of spectators who had
remained iu tbe overcrowded court
room all the afternoon to hear the
Judge's charge, settled tbeinsehes
back iu their seats to await the return
of the jury. Mrs. Durrant and the
prisoner talked and laughed as if un
acquittal were a foregone conclusion.
They were surrounded by half-a-dozen
friends and the ouversation was animated when it became whispered about
that the jury had agreed upon a verdict. In uu instant a hush Fell upon
the little circle that bud gathered
around the prisoner. Durrani's face,
always pallid, assumed u ghastly hue
and his mother wns Speechless. The
door ut the rear ol the room opened
uud tbe jury filed in. I,itei.se excitement followed. The room, though
tilled to   its utmost   i-.iipn.-.i'y was al
most us quiet us if il had been vacant,
tu.j case, in j Judge Murphy, who had retired to his
chamber, was summoned and took his
place upon the bench.
���  I    Clerk Morris  asked the usual ques-
ii.il t ut ill..iinoi.il. I tion us to whether lb.' jury bad agreed
Vaueouvei' Wurld:   The excitement upou   u   verdict.     Foreman  Warren
of grinding t he sulphides with mercury
in iron pans and washing down the
products -which   is probably the best I had lieen   recorded   100 claims.   The j ling noise like the roar of  a mob arose
I'
whore, up to   Wednesday, (Oct. 3Cth)  that fixed llurruiit's lute, n low tremb
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and   cheapest   that   can   be adopted, ' road to Richmond   and fabulous mill-
though in this case the percentage of
gold recovered is seldom very high,
and the residues ought tu be collected
nnd treated again in some other way.
When ihe gold is in the main locked
up in pyrities this method is not to be
recommended. It is true that excessively fine grinding, long continued,
mav result in tho mercury being able
to stretch out and collect together the
little plates of gold released by the
crumbling of the pseudo-brick alluded
to above; but the flouring and sickening and  consequent  loss of  mercury
ions is daily a busy sight, those who
cannot gut a buggy tu take them out
going ou shanks' mure. The staking
out business coniiiiuns and the post,!
now extend for   several  square miles.
from tbe rear of the Cuurt room. The
next iiiomeiit men were cheering wildly
while women wept bys.eiicully in excitement. The bitliff rapped loin.ly for
order, but lhe tumult continued (or a
minute   before   anything    like   quiet
Sea Island   has   been included and no ��� could   be   brought   of    the   disorder,
doubt lite   fever   will   extend   to the  When District Attoruey  Burnes asked
other side of   tho   North   Arm of the
Fraser.
that a day be set upon which lho sentence should  lo passed upon the pi is
A good story is being told ut the oner, Judge Murphy said th.it sentence
expense of a well-known real estate Would bo passed next Friday, upon
dealer who also dabbles in mining. I which duy he would ulso set t he duy
He doubted the find of gold and io for the trial ot Durrant on the charge
convince   him   a   friend   mixed some of murdering Minnie Wrillitinis.
uud his mother were lost sight of,
except by the few wbo sat nearest
them. As tbe last words cf the verdict were uttered, Durrani, made a
spasmodic effort lo arise to his feet.,
but before he could do su, bis mother
with a half sigh, half groan, threw
her arms around his neck and sank
back into her chair. His mother's
grief seemed to make Durrant forget
his own position, and for the next few
minutes he sat with his arms around
her neck, trying to soothe her. The
long strain of the trial, however, had
completely shattered her self control,
and it was some lime before .Mrs. Durrant could leave the court room, Dur-
rant's father was not in the room
when the verdict was returned. As
soon as tbe Jury retired ho went out
into the corridors, not believing that
the jury would return fur several
hours, and he first learned that his
sou had been convicted when a cheer
went up from the crowd in the buihl-
ing as the news spread.
Durrant recovered 'lis old-time composure us soon us he left his mother
nnd prepared to return to the County
Jail. With his overcoat swung carelessly over his arm, be walked leisurely out of the room, twirling his slight
moustache with apparently as little
concern as if he were merely a spectator, instead of the principal tiguru in
the exciting scone. Aside from the
spectators. Mr-. Noble lilanch La-
niont's aunt, and Maul Luinuiit, the
dead girl's sister, were apparently the
nippiest perspns in the room. When
lhe verdict was announced, Maud La-:
inont arose from her seat, ciasped her
hands, and then cried of sheer excitement. Mrs. Noble mixed smiles with
tears, and shook bauds with a number
of friends who crowded round to congratulate her.
As soon ns Durrant left the building
the crowd surged out of lhe room uinl
gathered around tlie door out of which
the prisoner usually came to reach tbe
prison van. Fearing that some violence ..light be offered io the prisoner,
l.e wus taken out of another door aim
driven by u circuitous route to the
County Jail.
The ense will be appealed Io the
Supreme Court, and it is expected
nearly a year will ellipse before a decision will he obtained. While it is
not thought thut any error bus been
committed, the defence has embraced
every opportunity io take exceptions
to ibe ruliugs of the Court. General
Dickinson took exception to three
features of the District Attorney's
argument to-day.- He also took an
exception to  the charge of  the Judge.
A Hint from Furls.
Lady cyclists who affect what is
called rational dress, alias knickerbockers, may take n hint from whut is
taking place in Paris. A rumor was
spread recently that the Prefect of
Police intended to issue an order prohibiting women from wearing masculine attire within the fortification".
Hearing ol this, the professors of tlio
great teaching institutions have presented il petition to M. Lepine, praying
him not to make bis order imperative
in   the   Latin   Quarter.    The   reason
Itainlliis returned bore, bringing the
first authentic news of the result ot his
mission, The King of Ashantee ro*
jeirted the British ultimatum. Tho
King snyu lie prefers war to accepting
the terms of the Hritish and adds that
he is fully prepared for it. The terms
of tht British ultimatum were that
the king should have a British commissioner i�� his country and that he
should place Ashantee under tho protection of Great Britain. He had
until io-diiv iri which to reply. A
strong force of Imperial and native
troops is now to be despatched to Coo-
massie to bring the king to terms.
Sir Francis Scott, inspector-general
of tlio Gold Coast force, now in England, will leave for West Africa as
soon as possible to organize the expen-
ditionnry forces which are expected to
begin to advance by the middle of
December. In tbe meantime troops
will be sent here from Lagos and other
places. A strong body of Hussars
will take part in the expedition.
NOTICE.
Offh'i.u. Mai1 of Bttmsii Coixmiiiia,
COPIES ot
liritisli
ti.p new official map ol
Columbia, 1895, issued
under authority of the Hon. the. Chief
Commissioner of Lands ft. Works, can
he obtuiiiL'd at the office ui lhe undersigned by booksellers, stationers and
others who may desire to place them
fer sale in their establishments, upon
payment at the rate of 91 pei dozen.
W. S. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of   Lands   and
Works.
Lands & Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., 8th October, 1895,
NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of
Koo-.onay will lie held at the Court
House nt Donald, on Monday the lit li
day of November, 1895, ut It) o'clock
in tlie forenoon.
By order,
J.   F.  AllMSTItONG,
Registrar.
Donald, B.C., 11th October, 1895.
__>
NOTICE!
"HEALTH ACT. 1893."
IT0T1CE is hereby given thnt' "An
" Ao. respect in;.' thePublio Health"
is now in force, nnd that under tlie
provisions of the snid Act Alfred T,
AVntt, o', the City of Victoria, Esquire,
M.D.. bus been   appointed Secretary of
tbey assign is that   since tbe lull es .1 '|-|le Provincial Board of Health.
that district took to  wearing kuickei- JAMES BAKER,
bockers, whether   cycling or not, they Provincial Secretary.
had lost  all   chin in   for I he students provincial Secretary's Office,
who were now .it tending to their class-
es and thei" duties with assiduity
hitherto unknown, The protestors
fear that if " rational dress" be pre*
fectorially repressed and the young
women compelled to icsunie their former coquettish eosinines, their eld
ascendency over the students will be
renewed, witli a corresponding decrease
of st tidy.
It
27th September, 1805.
War A cat list Anluilltec.
Accra. Gold Coast Colony, Kiiti-h
West Africa, Oct. 21,-dipt, Donald
Stewart, speciul British commissioner
sent  to  Cooinassic,   the   capital  of
_vtt_LI*-**!" m�� price to every person
JOUrSSf "'^ * mi*P*tt'm^^lmmWmm
tn jom-iju, imu -n
Blue Pencil Rules.
Jx. Or. X-j-B-V-XXTB.
15 use of Reporters,
a Oopr Choppers,
prsotfoal rales for
A Pocket Primer for the nee ot
Oorseepondents and
Short, simple snd
making and editing newspaper copy,
and of equal, raise to all who wish to
_-_a_j_MpM
cents '.
TABLE
Showing   the Dates    and   Places ef
Courts of Assize, Xlsl 1'rlus, Oyer
and Terminer, nn.l   uonernl   Uaol
Delivery far the Year 1803.
Fall Ass
Clinton Thursday.
Richfield.. , Monday..
Kamloops Monday
Vernon Monday
Lytton Friday.
New Westminster. We,
Vancouver..Monday .
Victoria Tuesday
Nanaimo Tuesday
. Slith September
,30th September
 7th October
... 14th Ootober
...,11th October
Iiie8dny.llth Nov
. Uth November
.. 19th November
. ,2lith November
�����xx*,ixxe&& ��av&��.
NOTICE.
Application for Certlneuto of  Im*
provements.
KOII-llT    E.     UlIllNS   SU.N-1U-   CLAIM.
Take notice that I.Roht.Fotheringhani
free miner's certificate No.47858, intend,
liOdays from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purposo of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse
claims must be stmt to the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
I he issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this ninth day of August,
1695.
BOIIEBT FOTII-IIINOIIAM,
By his agent, F. W. Aylmer
NOTICE.
In fho   County Court   of  Kootenay,
holden st the East Crossing of the
Columbia River;
In the matter of Patrick Sullivan, deceased, and,
In the matter of  the Official Administrator's Act;  dated the Fifth day of
August, A.D., 1895:
Upon  reading the affidavit of John
William   Clever,  it   is   ordered   that
James  Ferguson Armstrong,  Official
Administrator  for tho County Court,
District of Kootenay, shall be Administrator of nil und singular the goods,
chattels and credits of Patrick Sullivan, lute of Fort Steele, in the District
of Kootenay,  Free   Miner,   deceased,
and that this order be published in the
Goi.iiKN EltA newspaper, iu each issue
thereof, for the period of sixty duys.
Signed. CLEMENT J. CORNWALL,
C.C.J.
Hon, J, A. I.oijuhekd, Q,C.
.     MCCAllTEn.
liougheed   A  McCarter,
Barristers, Advocates, Solicitors, Notaries
Etc., Etc.
Solicitors for Hank of Montreal.
Caloarv, - N.W.T.
It.  J.   .IKVIISOX.
D.L.S. & P.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION A
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
Draughtsman, Viduator.ete., OALGAKY,
N.W.T.   Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.JEPHSON, D.]j.S.,I\L.S. of ll.C. &Ont.
Cai.uakv, Alba.
LESLIE C. HILL,
Assoc. Mem. Inst. C.E.
JIIiXIXG    KX^IXEKR.
Cochrane, AijiiA.-Fr. Steele, B,i'
The creditors and |iersons intrusted
in the estate of the above named Patrick Sullivan, are requested within
(ill days of this date to forward lo me,
per registered letter, full particulars of
their claims, and after the expiration
of such .10 days, I shall proceed with
the distribution uf the estate having
regard only to such claims us I shall
have notice of.
Dated at Donald. 8th  August, 1895.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Official Administrator.
First insertion 17th Aug. '95,
NOTICE.
AN EXAMINATION for efficiency in
*"- tho practice of assaying, under
section 12. of the '��� Bureau of Mines
Act. 181)5." will be held during the
month of September.
For the ordinary certificates candidates will be required to pass in prnc
tical assaying for gold, silver, lead
(dry assay), copper and iron, and ulso
to answer such ordinary questions
relating to the practice of assaying as
the examiners may think fit.
A fee of  310 is  payable for the ordinary certificate.
For full   particulars   apply   to the
Minister of Mines, Victoria.
JAMES BAKER,
Minister of Mines,
28th August, 1895. 7-21
MANUEL DAINARD,
Livery & Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
i.oi!C3 of Assignment.
Pursuant   to   the    Cteili'ors  Trusts
Deeds and amending acts ;
NOTICE is hereny given that
Michael Carlin and Joseph Lake, both
ef Golden, it. .heDistrict of Kootenay,
it. the Province of British Columbia,
trading ns Curlin & Lake, General
.Merchants, have bv deed, bearing dute
the 2nd day of August, 1895, assigned
ull their real property and all iiieii
personal property liable toseiziiieai.il
sale under executor*, to William
George-ton, of i lie city of Winnipeg, in
the Province uf Manitoba, Wholesale
Merchant, for the purpose of ptiyiiin
and satisfying raieably aud iu proportion to their claims, wilho.it preference or priority, the creditors uf the
said Michael Carlin and Joseph Lake.
The said deed was executed by the
said Michael Carlin, Jiseph Luke, and
William Georgeson ou the 2nd day ol
August, 1895, und the said William
Georgeson has accepted the trust
created by the said deed.
All creditors are requested to send
address .1 to William Geor-esuii. curt
of Thompson, Codville <_ Co., Winn!-
pet:. Manitoba, full particulars uf thei.
ulai.ua duly verified. s..cli claims to be
sent within OO days of this date, after
which date the said trustee will pro
ceed to distribute the trust estate
among the creditors of whose claims
ho shall have received notice.
Dated this 5th duy of August, 1895.
A. G. il. SPRAGGE,
Of Doniilil iu the District of lu'Oteuuy,
Solicitor for Trustee.
A meeting of the creditors of the
snid Curlin & Luke will be held at the
office of S. A. D. Bertram). Official
Assign e, corner nl Second Avenue and
-lid Sir-ct Nurh. in the city of Winnipeg, iu tin. Pro i'i lice of Manitoba, ou
Saturday the 10th day of August,
1895, at 4 p.m.
Oolden Hospital Society.
I10UKS FOIt  CONSULTATION.
From 9:iin a.m. to 11 li.ni.
������      S  p.m. '���  4 p.m.
ii        *���      ii    ii   h    ii
Sunday from  10 a.m. to  12 in., uud
from 7 p.m. to 8 p in.
visiting nouns.
From 2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.. daily,
except Monday and Saturday.
Br Oim-S.
GOLDEN.
R.V.
HULL BROS ti CO.,
Wholesale and Itetnll
3 U TC H E RS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,   B. C.
THE GOLDEN
Mining I Smelting
CO, (Limited)
PURCHASERS + OF + ALL + CLASSES + OF
Gold, Silver t\ Lead Ores,
For full particulars apply to
H B. ALEXANDER, manager
J. SMART &, CO.
Undertakers and
-   .   Embalmers,
Calgary Alba
T-Ij-OHAIMI    OltllEltS   I'ltll.MI'TI.V
ATTENDED   TO.
Cann 8t Co.
Booksellers, Stationers tt
Dealers In
Wall   Paper,   Musical    Instruments,
Fruits, Conlectioncry, &c. _rc.
Pianos,  Organs, & Sewing Machines
suid for cash or long time
pay men Is.
OltDKIlN hv MAII.OItOrtlEKWISH win.
Receive Pimimi'T Attention.
Opposite the Kootenay Hotel,
Golden, B.C.
_RE$S��NTLEiWf��
MRS    NT.1..F4IKTII.
late witb  Misses Baki.ow & Wi-.l'i.
Portage la Prairie.
3UARANTEES    PERFECT    FIT
AND FINISH.
All  orders left  with Mil. II. li. Mc-
Diiittior will have prompt attention.
lO.tie.i Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients.
TICKETS may be hud from the undersigned or liny inenil-or of the
committee.
PRICE - Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
G. F. PARSON,
Secretary.
G0MMERG1AL :*:    PRINTING
Job    DepartrxiciTt
__:o:��� OF ���:o:���
The GOLDEN EI?A
���PATENT
W COPYRIGHTS.^
IN THC Wo��ID
CAR I OBTAIN A PATENT f   For a    nmr��T Tt
prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to
HI Ir N ft A* 00., who nave bad nearly or ly years'
���jtpenenoe In the patent bu-lnew. Commnnlca*
tions strictly onnltdent>a<. A Handbook of In*
formation concerning Patents and now to olv
tain them sent fn*. Also a catalogue of mechanical and Kientlfn books	
Patent, taken tbroui .. _.	
special notlceln the Mrlentlflc A.-nerlrnn. and
ibt wide
ie Inven
, el-want.
���__J clrpulatloo of any*- __
wSJ,4..-��3_,Jfeaf.  Sample copies sent free.
A P-TRFECT TEA
MONSOON
rHOM THC TCA PUNT TO THt TEA CUP
IN ITS NATIVE PURITY.
--_..   Junn k Co. receive
-. , ,.���---eleMlie American, and
thus ar* brought widely before tbe public with-
.... __, ... ...- ��� ���   ���ih)s ,D|0rid'*	
titrated, has 1
scientific wo
i copies sent
y.K.-0ayear
imber eontal
.'enabtiiiii builders to sbowihe
secure cintracis. Address
*xw Yoiik, SUI Bkuadwat.
na ar* brought widely before tbe public wlth-
t cost to the Inventor, This splondld paper,
med weekly, elegantly lllu-trated. has by far tho
largest clrpulatloa of any scientific work in the
world, Mayear. Sample copies sent free.
Building Edition, monthly, ti.re a year, Hngl,,
copies, Uf cents. Brery number contains beautiful plates, In colon, and photographs of new
houses, with plana,���*���������--������ ���
TOW_
������Monsoon" Tea.* put up hy thc Indian Tim
c owcr.sni.il sample of ihu best qualities of Indian
T-X*. Therefore they use the greatest care in lho
R.-lcciion of the Tea and its blend, that is why tiny
pit it up themselves and sell it only in the original
p ickngv*. thereby securing its purity nnd excellenrn,
Put up in H lb., i lb. and _ lb. packages, and never
sjld in bulk.
ALL GOOD GROCERS KEEP IT.
If your grocer does not keep it, tell him to write to
STEEL, HAYTEft * OO.
11 And 13 Front Street Ca��t. Toronto, Awarded
...ghest Honors���World's Fuir,
'DR;
Mm
* CREAM
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Fret
ion. n nmonia, Alum or nny other adulterant
���Wl YRARS THE STANDARD.
Hallowe'en Cone, rt ut lloniil...
The ciitcrtainment. in aid of the
Presbyterian Church, Donald, which
took place on Hallowe'en night was a
decided success, and those who had it
in band must have felt satisfied.
Every chair in the Oddfellows Hall
was occupied. The chairman, Mr.
Colquhoun, was in n happy mood nnd
carried out the programme without a
hitch. Space will nut permit ns to go
over tho lengthy programme, making
special mention of choruses, etc.,
which were all admirably rendered.
In instrumental music, Miss Walker
gave n piano solo which wns so well
received that she had to respond to an
encore. The violinists Messrs. Jordan,
Sumner, Macpherson and Mncpherson,
and Messrs. Ciithereto and Behan on
the harmonica, liisconrsed sweet music
through the evening, every number ol
whicli was well received. Mr. Foster
sang '-Sailing" in good form and was
heartily encored nnd responded by
singing 'The Midshipniite." Mrs.
Glassford sang "Maids ol Lee" which
was illustrated, Mrs. Manuel playing
the accompaniment. The young maids
Miss Smith, Miss Newman mid Miss
Hart looked charming, (tbo lovers in
the background) and Mrs. Mitchell,
Mrs. Palmer, and Mrs. Latvson made
excellent old maids. Mr. Sellar*. sang
tbe '-Roll of lhe Drum" and being recalled sang u comic Scotch song. Mr.
Glassford gave a recitation "Mary
Queen of Scots," ami sang " Come
under my Plaidio." The quartette,
'���Sweet and Low," by Mrs. Manuel.
Mrs. Foster, nnd Messrs. Foster nnd
Glassford was sweetly and feelingly
rendered. "The Smith Sisters," tine,
handsome, talented nnd gorgeously
decorated young Indies, Miss Smith,
Mrs. Foster, Miss Newman and Miss
Hart, each a particular star representing Poetry, Painting, Music and Song,
allowed plainly what she did not excel
iu. Miss lirownrigir, of Golden,
touched the hearts of the audience liy
relating the pathetic story ol "Hostler
Joe," and is assured of a warm welcome any time she mny visit us. The
evening's entertainment was brought
lo n close by the singing ol '-God Save
the Queen."
Mr. W. A. Carlyle, M.E., lecturer
in mining at Mi-Gill College, is understood to have declined the position of
Government mining engineer offered to
bim by the Hon. tlm Minister of Mines
fur British Columbia. This is an important appointment, and in view of
the great progress being im.de in Ihe
milting of lhe precious metals in that
province wc trust political i.u'nonce
will not bo brought to bear in the interest of any applicant lor the position
but that a first class metalliferous
engineer with a thoroughly practical
experience in mining and milling will
be secured. Of course, first-class men
cannot be secured for nothing, but th��
expenditure of n few thousand dollars
per annum on a live Mining Inspector
will prove in the long run money well
invested in the interests of the province.���Canadian Mining Review.
Public School Report.
The following is tho   public   school
report for October:
Number attending during month, 111
Average attendance, 2fi.74.
110X01! UOI.I..
Senior Fifth Class -
1 Winnifred Armstrong.
2 Beatrice Bubar.
Junior Fifth Class ���
1 Jennie Wells.
2 Aubrey Harrison.
Fourth Class -
1 Gertrude Field.
2 Walter Houston.
Third Class -
1 Chas. Bubar.
2 Ethel Moodie.
Second Closs ���
1 Mungie Archer.
2 Ernest Sutherland,
II. Primer���
1 Lottie Woodley.
2 Mabel Archer.
I. Primer ���
1 May McDonald.
2 Minnie Sutherland.
Tablet Class -
1 Hattie A. Rutherford.
2 Blanche Love.
PUNCTUALITY AXD IlEllUjAItlTV,
Winnifred Armstrong, Beatrice Bubar,
Charles Bubar.
S.  PttESTOX,
Teacher.
NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
A COURT of Revision end Appeal
under the Assessment Act of 1HHK and
Amending Acts will be held at the
Assessor's office at Fort Steele for the
Southern part of the district at leu
o'clock in the forenoon on Monday the
2nd day of December, A.D., 1HII5, and
at the jVssessor's office, for the Northern part of the district, ut ten o'clock
in the forenoon on Thursday the 12th
day of December, A.D., 1895,
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Judge of the Court uf Revision and
Appeal.
Donald, 4th November, 1895.
NOTICE!
"HEALTH ACT, 1893."
NOTICE is hereby given that "An
Act respecting the Public Health"
is now in force, and that under the
provisions of the snid Act Alfred T.
Watt, ol the City of Victoria, Esquire.
M.D.. hits been appointed Secretary of
The Provincial Board of Health.
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secrotury.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
4t 27th September, 1895.
NOTICE.
OmciAl. Mat or British Coi.i'mkia.
COPIES of the new official map ol
British Columbia, 1895, issued
nnder authority of .be Hon. the Chief
Commissioner of Lands * Works, can
bo obtained at the office of the undersigned hy booksellers, stationers and
others who may desire to place them
for sale in their establishments, upon
payment at the rate of $(i ]*ei dozen.
W. 8. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of  Lands   and
Works.
Lands & Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., 8th October, 1895.
may bo cored. We
treat all sexual dicor.
der* of men. Four out
of five who suKer neir.
,ousnesS, mental worry,
attaclrs of " the blues,"
are but paying the pen*
o'.ty of c-rly e-rcesses.
T'.:n drcud alarm ol
Impotcncy, lie exhaustion cf Epermutorrhctii,
tney be CURED
in strict confidence tt
[/���"" moderate expense.
Eenc. for ocr free scaled book, �� PERF-CT
i:anhocd."
L.likj RJ-i-ilUl- C-l| a-'-..-!C, l.lll
Uolllon Hospital Society.
HOUUS POlt CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
"      2  p.m. "  4 p.m.
i,       7     ii   ii  8   "
Sunday  from   10 a.m. to  12 m., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p in.
VISITING HOUUS.
From  2:30 p.m.  to 8 p.m., daily,
except Monday and Saturday.
Bv OltDEIt.
Upper Columbia KaXCo.
Commencing: May 28, Steamers leave Golden
EVERY TUESDAY at 7 A. M.
TIME   TAELE.
Steamer
Tramway
Steamer���
Steamer -
Steamer-
Steamer���
Tramway
Steamer-
lea vfe- Tuesday 7 a.m.
Wednesday.
GOING SOUTH.
Golden to Adela.
���Adela to Interlaken
Interlaken to Canal Flat
Canal Flat to Fort Steele arrives Thursday p.m.
GOING NORTH.
Fort Steele to Canal Flat leaves Friday 7 a.m.
Canal Flat to Interlaken . . Saturday
���Interlaken to Adela      ,       .      . ' ���
Adda to Golden   .    arrives Sunday 18 o'clock.
PASSENGER   RATES.
NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of
Kooteiiny will be held at the Court
House at Donald, on Monday the llth
day of November, 1895, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
By order,
J.  F,  AllMSTltONO,
Registrar.
Donald, B.C., llth October, 1895.
R-I-P-A-N-S
LL
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Ul
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The modern stand
01
Or,
tn
ard Family Medicine :   Cures   the
UI
>
s-M
0
common every-day
ills of humanity.
Ul
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dj&
^p~
Through Jf$"t _*,0<>.    Local about 5 cents per mile.
Meals 50 cents.   Berths in cabin iJUcts., in stateroom $1.00.
EXPRESS
Through rate 5 cents per pound.
When the Company's liability is limited to Two Dollars per pound.
FREIGHT.
Golden to Fort Steele  A 3.00;  B 2.50 ;   C2.00; D 1.50.
'���   Canal Flat A 1.75; B 1.00 ;   C 1.40;  D l._0.
Rate A includes Class 1 and 2 Canadian Freight Classification.
"   B       ���' '���   3 and 4 " " "
ii   (j       .i ii   a 1UKi ,��� .. .. ..
ii   d       .. .1   7 alI(i u
Rate C aud D will only apply to shipments of 10,CC0 lbs or more at one time
Freight will be delivered as far south us navigation will permit, and
will be charged for according to distance transported.
T. B. H. COCHRANE, President;        F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
ON
Small Investments.
Returning prosperity
a short time as liv sucqosr*
���viil r
ulre inin.y rich, lint nowherecan thoy make so much within
ii'iili.tio.i iu I'i,,in, Provisions i.ii.I SMock.
$10
>rigiiin ��� I by us.   Allsnei
It is , welt-known fact.
FOR EACH 00* LAR INVESTED can *qe made by our
Systen itii Plan of Speculation
il spei     tors o, 'rate ou a regular system,
therein i thuiisuiiils of iueuiiii.il purls uf die United States
who, by systematic trailing through L hieiigu brokers, make large amounts every yer.r.
ranging troni a low tlicusai.il dollars for the mini who Invests uhundred ortwu In.iii.iwl
dollars up to 850,000 to 8HI1.000 or more by those who invest a few thousand.
It is also a fact that those who make the li.rgest profits truin cuiiiparatively small investments on this plan aro persons who live away Iron, tliicgo and invest lirrou-jli brokers
who thoroughly understand systematic trailing.
Our plan does uot risk the whole animint invested on any trade, but covers both skies,
so that whether the market rises or falls it brings u sternly profit tliut piles up euuruiously
in a short time.
WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, uis,) our Manual on successful srecidatkin
and our Daily Market Report, full of money-making pointers. ALL FliKK. Our .Mniiiii.1
explains margin trading fully.   Highest references iu regard toour standing and success.
For further particulars address
THOMAS & Co., Bankers and Brokers,
241-242 Rialto Building:, CHICAGO, ILL.
GOLDEN SASH & BOOR FACTORY &
MACHINE SHOP.
Manufactures of ��nsh, Doors, Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets, besides continuing- the Machine Shop work.
Have on hand a lot of Wash Bpsin act. Tath
Fittings.
HOUSTCiJ  &  GO.   ,

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