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The Golden Era Dec 5, 1896

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Array A
92 Per Year
Just to Hand.
Going at Very Low Prices.
ALL   TO   BE   HAD   AT
WatciiHCIock & Jewelry
in the best style of [the trade with the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
JOHX i 9fc.-III.jLAX,
Watchmaker and  Jeweller.
^^^^^^^B t.olilen,   II.C.
Opposite   the   Columbia  House.
"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 liig- Store on .Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason why
you shouldn't get tlie
benefit so drop us a card
and get more valuable
information on the subject.
The Neilson Furniture Co
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalogues snd Price
Lists to uuy person sending them
their address.
The   Neilson    Furniture   Co.,
Calgary, Alberta.
oca tow it.
Oolden, on the uiiiiii line of the CnuMlinn
I'milii- l'liilwiiy. ut itt. connection with the
steamboat navigation ot the Columbia river;
the mineral anil coiiiiiier-'iiilt-eiitre of Eastern
llritish Columbia; heutlquiirterK ot'thi Uolil-
en Smelting works, the Upper Coliiniliia
Navigation Co., and lumber industry; the
outlet for the widely known .-mil fur
t'ltmeil agricultural and grazing lr.nu ut' the
luliuiibiu A Kootenay Vulleyt.; uurivallml
fur scenery ot ull kinds; the distributing
point fur tne richest mineral country ou the
We had two or three inches more of
the beautiful on Thursday.
spiel of the curliug-pl-ib.oomiiieiices OS
Jan. 27th.
The La Cigale Comedy Co, Wbo
have been doing West Kootenay and
the coast cities, in aid of the Edmonton
Hospital, returned from the west last
week and played the three act farcin!
comedy "Three Huts" to a large audience in the Alexander Hall on Saturday night. Notwitstttiiding the fact
that this was their second appearance
here in this play they were much appreciated and applauded to the echo.
The evening's entertainment concluded
with a social dance, iuto which the
members of the company entered with
enthusiasm, and it was with a sigh of
regret that midnight wus announced
and the party was forced to break up.
The La Cigale company have made
many friends here aud may feel assured
of a warm welcome should they visit
Oolden at any future time.
H.G. PARSON,     ���
General Merchant,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
between Winnipeg and
the  Coast.
Mail Orders Receive
Prompt Attention.
Calgary, Alberta.
Hull Bro-j. have received 30 head, of
cattle from the upper country this
week. It is prime beef and will stand
comparison wiih tlie fur-famed Alberta beef.
Just to hand a carload of
McClarys Famous Stoves.
(������ Carqp Stoves,
Cook    Stoves,
Steel l^etnges.
The best thing to have in your house when it is 50
below zero is an
. Air Tight Heater.
Large Size $8.75,
Srriall Size, $B.OO.
A sad fatality is reported from
Banff. Dan Sutherland, the C.P.R.
fireman who fell off the engiue of Li
Hung Chung's special, was taking a
bath ut the Sanitarium and while be
was dressing afterwards the attendant
went out to get some change, when he
returned he found Sutherland all right
and left him in the dressing room.
Two hcurs afterwards the night porter
found him dead in the bottom of the
plunge bath. He was subject to
Winter   Excursions,
For accommodation of people who
hnve to leave the rigorous climate of
.Northwest. Excursion tickets are now
ou .iiiiu to
a land now clad in the freshest verdure
of spring. : ourist car accommodation
through. First class sleeping accommodation at lowest rates. Passengers
desirous of a short refreshing ocean
voyage can take one of the splendidly
equipped steamers from Victoria, or
can go one way returning the other.
Excursions to Hawaiian Islands
The Paradise of the Pacific. An
Island of perpetual summer.
Excursions to Japan.
The land of flowers, fans A butterflies
European passages going via C.P.lt.
have choice of   live Atlantic ports and
twelve lines of Ocean Steamships.
Steamers for Belfast, Glasgow. Liverpool, Southampton nnd the Continent every Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Quickest time to Kootenay. Rossland
Nelson, Sandon and the Slocan country reached In 2J days. No stop-overs
Apply to yonr nearest agent for
pamphlets deseriptive of all countries,
or write to
110BT. KERR,
Traffic Ms linger,
Or to Winnipeg.
Agent, (w olden.
In speaking of the hospital ball lust
week we overlooked the supper room.
The tables containing the refreshments
were well arranged. The room wns
lit by a number ol banging lumps with
fancy-coloured shades, the whole forming a very pleasing spectacle. We
think, however that there was u superfluity of lamps, half the number would
have answered the purpose equally us
Culling NotcS.
The rink is now in full swing Mid
the enthusiasts make the neighborhood
resound with their shouts in pei��u-:
unco of their favorite pastime. A few
scrub games have been plaved thin
week and tho boys are getting into
There are a number of promising
green players this yeur whom the skip*
ure instructing iii ��� the mysteries of
the game. -i: .*., -..
Wanted! Thrco. steady curlers,
..pply to C. A. Warren, President of
the Goldeu Curling Club.
The competition committee are or*
ranging the various competitions tot-
the season and a start' will be made
early next week. .'���'���'
���Tlinrirli Servi,-.--..
The usual  evening service will be
held to-morrow  in  St. Paul's Church.
at 1.00 o'clock-
Service  will   be  conducted   in the
Presbyterian  Church   by   Rev, T. 8.
Olussford,  B.A.,  tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock.
Methodist service will be held in .tho
school    house    to-morrow    -.veiling
.tl 7:110 o'clock. HI
The. Misses Webling gave one of
their pretty entertainments iu the
Alexander Hall on Wednesday evening last. The audience wss large and
appreciative tin: aitietes being frequently applauded. Tbe chief feature
of the entertainment was the dancing
of Lucy and Rosalind, which was
much admired by the audience. Miss
MacFarlane, the pianist, proved herself
to be an accomplished musician and
her selections were vigorously applauded. The usual dunce took place ut the
conclusion of the programme und a
most enjoyable evening wus spent by
The C.F.R. suthoritirs ttt Winnipeg
have granted half rates over the road
from Edmonton, Macleod, Donald,
Lethbridge and Medicine Hat and intermediate stations to Calgary, in the
event of Madnmu Albuni appearing in
Calgary on January .llth next. Tlio
tickets will lie good on tiuinssuheduled
to arrive in Calgary in time for attending the concert on the evening of the
2fith, and lo return up to and including Monday, February 1st. There is
no doubt a large number ol Goldenites
will lako advantage of this offer in
order to hear the talented Albani.
There will be a double attraction in
Calgary that week at the annual bou-
Distressing Accident,
 . *����� ilt, it,
Calgary, Dec. 1. ���A most distressing
und serious accident occured last night
at Langdon. Miss' Pennociy the
operator at that place, wag '��� alighting ���
from the front of the caboose on a
freight train going east, when she
slipped ou the suow and fell under- the
train. Both leg" were badly mahgled.
She wns immediately brought -to Calgary and placed in the hospital, Dr.
Muikiil found it nesessr.i-y toamputato
one leg, The operation has left her in
a very critical condition. Miss Pen*,
nock was very bravo und' collected
throughout it all.
I wil sell hy Public Auction   lit   the
Queen's Hotel, Golden, at ji p. in.,
Tiie-Mlay, ����rd Iktc'ber. 1HS6,
my ranch situate about  three-fourths
of a milii west of station, to satisfy  a
mortgage I eld thereon, and being the
north half of thu north hall of Sec. Ill
land   that   portion  of the  north  east
I quarter of Sue. 11, Township 21, Range
���22 west of .ith meridian, lying east.  o(
Ithe C. P. R.  right-of-way,  and con-
j taining one hundred aud -fty-nino and
one-half acres.
tioldeu, 3rd. Dec., 1898.
j ,I.\0.  GIBSON. ���-.mi' -ni
ffhe OttlHen tSra
The OU-U-S _lt.V ���. ;i.rlili*li.��l every
Saturday morning in li.nu m iui.ru the east
nnd wart mall trains, al*i- ihe miiil lur the
epper enaiMry, '.Vin-l.-Mi.iiv. l-'.iri .~t��-.l.-> ,-ie I
Is the only iKlvonUiii-t umiiimi in the Keut'
Mtenay ilUtri.i
Subscription Ran-* t (B.tli |�� r is in
AdvettiMnenM and rhahgiM iiuu<l be ia
the elite not li.tnr iluui I'i ��in. ���*% Thursilitj-
to insnte insertion.
All cash tnl��|wUt.. tlm Mj,'u.i-er. from
���horn tlw .lo-opan*-". r��et4*yt.vl11 l-eol.'alnsil.
Advertisement rate* moil* Itnmvn un appli-
caller *.o
Ike Ufa (it PgiHikli{ C'lniin.
SATCHDAY, DEC. 5, 189*1.
MI-UK*-    HOTI8.
Rosalind Miner t
Development In the Novelty is now
progressing very rapidly. Tbe showing it strong.
A large pack train went out Tuesday
with supplies for the men to be employed by the Buffalo company'on 0.
K. mountain. Development work it
to be carried on'aTl winter.
A shaft is being tunic on the Independence, a claim lying between tbe
Lily May and the Deer Park, and it
now dowu about 00ft. The indications
are favorable.
The water sat all been pumped out
of the Horuestake and work will be
returned in the tbaft at onoe. The
ebaft will be tunk ttveral feet farther
and then ��� orouout will be run to ex*
plow the ledge.
Meters. North and Oovau of London
have cabled for estimatei ou eumt
neceissry te develop the olaims tbey
placed under bond while here tome
maaka ago. This indicates they mean
to take up the bonds aud develop the
Some' very good looking copper ore
is being taken from the north shaft of
the Lily May. It is much the richett
ore ever found lu the mine, though, at
yet, the win is not large. It is, bow
ever, steadily iucneating in site.
The air pipe to extend from tlie
Kootenay aud Columbia workiogt to
the Irou Horte hat arrived and it
being put in plane. The drill* for (lie
Iron Horte will be at work in a short
time, and then things will move along
very britkly on tbat property.
Some more prospecting work has
Uen done during the last -week or two
on the Alberta Tbe main ledge running through the ground hae been
-opened and stripped for several hundred feet and the showing everv where
ie very tin*.
The new machinery for the lite aud
Maid, consisting of compressor, boist
and pmnp, ordered of the tngersolt
company, wltlbe-kere within ten days
and will be put in'place without delay.
Water for this plant will be taken
from a re sorvoir now being constructed
on Trail ereek, near the old tunnel of
the Mayflower.
The Stemwinder on Lookout mountain wat told this week to C. J. Mc-
Cuaig, ofMontresl, Col. Bay, of Port
Arthur, and J. L. Parker and E. Kennedy, of Rotsland, for 110,000. Development work ie to begin, on Monday,
Look out mountain propertlet are iu
hot demand and a great deal, of work
will toon be in (ull twiug down there.
All the machinery for tbe Bed Mountain oompreiior plant hat arrived on
the ground except tome attachments
which are delayed at Trail It it ex*
pected they will be bronght np immediately. Good progress it beiiig made
in both tunnel and theft. Tbe ye
body in th* Utter maintain* about th*
usual dlmentions.
A contract has been let for a nO-foot
shaft on the Lander.   When thi* I*
flnithed another contract for lOOor IftOnmditi.stloiis   of    ihe
feet will Im lot.     It it the intention of w-giilui ions.   for  wlii'ih
tk* tyndicam  having the   pl-optrty Staivt Is 'priming.
under bond te make a thoroigh test of
the ledge. The development of the
Lander will have uu important bearing
ou the Highland, next adjoining on the
Some time ago a Vancouver syndi-
I cite secured eight claims on Grouse
mountain, near the international
. boundary, and has just completed preparation! for their development. The
company it knowu at the Big Group
syudic.te. Winter quarters have been
coin-jletod for tbe tiiuti working on tho
claims and supplies sent iu. A strong
ledge has been traced through four of
the claims.
A meeting of ihe Good Hope com-
puny was called iu Spokane fur Nov.
l.i, but a majority of tlie stock not being represented un adjournment was
had till December 15. In the meantime
woi k on the property is suspended,
though there is money in tbe treasury.
Th* management, of the company does
not seem to grasp the situatio t. Thero
is a good showing in the property and
it is unfortunate that work should
St. Clair Blackett heads a Rossland
ooinpany which has taken over the
Noonday, a Salmon river prospect of
very attractive showing. The ore
found in the Noonday is a quart*!,
carrying iron and copper pyrites. The
samples exhibited here in towu are
very pretty and have excited much
favorable coinmtnt.The assays are said
to ruu fairly well iu both iron and
The upper tunnel of the Monte Cristo
continue* to be iu solid ore. Tbe lower
tuuuel it new iu the break which was
encountered by tbe upper tunnel. The
tire in tbe face of the upper tunnel it
improving slowly but surely. It now
averages about 112. On the surface
the ledge showed only a dollar or two
in gold. A great body of pay ore maybe expected at almost any time.
Very pretty ore is being taken from
the Butte. Assays made from niaterijil
taken from below tbe 30-foot level
range as follows: Silver 5 oat., gold 81
copper ii 6-10 per cent. The firtt assay
showed a total value of $12.(10 and the
secouil a total value of #18.75. The
���haft it now down over HO leet. A
cross-cut will be ruu from the 7b or
100 foot level, 'lhe shaft shows two
feet of good ore in tiie bottom.
In connection with the rumor in
circulation that the premier will be
knighted on. New Year's Day, Mr.
Laurier disavows all knowledge ot
inch intention on the' p&rt of Her
Majesty, and expresses hit belief that
titles are more fittingly bestowed on
Mend To-tiny.
Ladies and gentlemen, bo alive to
your own interest. There lias recently
been ^Bovered, and is now for sale by
the * undersigned, a truly wonderful
"Hair   Grower"    and   ���'Complexion
members of old families,  snd those i Whitening." This "Hair Grower" will
who have tho necessary means to wear. actually  grow  hair on a bald head in
them with distinction
Geo. W. Jenkins, editor of the Santa Marin "Times," in speaking of the
various ailments of children said:
"When ni> children have croup there
is only one patent medicine that I ever
use, and that is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It possesses, some medical
properties that relievo the little suffer.
ert immediately. It it, in my opinion,
the best cough medicine in the market." If this remedy is freely given ns
soon as the croupy cough appears it
will prevent the attack. It is also an
ideal rotnedy for whooping cough.
There is no danger in giving it to
children, as it contains nothing injurious. For sale by Druggists
Langley A Co., Wholesale Agents, Viotoria and Vanoouver.
six weeks by the use of this wonderful
'H air Grower." It will also prevent
the hair from falling. By the use of
this excellent remedv boys raise an excellent moustache in aix weeks, Ladies
if yon want a surprising head of hair,
huve it immediately bv 'he use of this
"Hair Grower." We also sell a ���-Complexion Whitening" that will in one
month's  time  muke you as uleiu- and
Education Office,
Victoria, May 4th, 1896.
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual examination of candidates
for certificates of quulilicaiioti to leach
in the Public Schools of the Province
will be held as follows, commencing on
Friday, July ilrd, 189(1, at 9 a.m. : ���
Victoria In South Park School Building
Vancouver- In High School Building.
Kamloops - In Public School Buildi--.-.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty du.is beforo the examination, stating the class and grade of
certilieute for which be will be a candidate, the optional si.lijteti selected,
uinl   at   which   ot   the above nuinid
white us the skin can be made.    Wo j p'.���.,,,H |���, wjll a,tei
never knew a lady or gentleman to use j    Every notice  iif  intention to Ic an
two bottles uf ''"Wiiituiiing," for they | npplleant   must be  iu.-cmpimied wiih
testimonial   <>f    in-j.al
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem iu
which it it held leads us to be lielieve
it to be au article of great worth anil
merit. We huve the pleasure of giving the experience of,three prominent
citizens of Redondo Beach, Cal., iu the
use of the rtinedy. Mr. A. V. Trudell
���ays: "I have always received
prompt relief when I used Chamber-
Iain's Cough Rained}-." Mr. James
Orchard says: "1 am satisfied that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured
my cold."    Mr. J. M. Hatcher says;
for three years I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family
and itt results have always lieen satisfactory    For sale by Druggists Lung-
Chicago, Nov. 28 ���Never within the
recollection of its oldest physicians-
and many of them have passed the
milestone of three score yeare and ten
ulloted to man by the propiiet ~ has
Chicago experienced such an epidemic
of throat troubles us prevails at tho
present timo Diphtheria, tousilitis,
ulceration of tbe larynx and simple
tore throat are raging with extraordinary virulence, especially in those portions of the city adjacent to the lake,
and thu demands ou the leading phy.
sicians and throat speciulisis are keep
ing them on their rounds from early
in tho morning' until lute at night.
The tuombura of the profesiion, moreover, have not proven proof against
the prevailing trouble, and many of
them are report-id on -idm stick list. It
is the general opinion in the medical
profession that ithe epidemic is due to
the peculiar climatic conditions which
have prevailed this full, the bummer
weather; having; been succeeded by extreme colrl without the intervention of
the usual period. Indian summer
which has always served as u kind of
������letting down period" between tbe
healed spell nnd the advent of winter.
The return to summer ieni|-emture thut
prevailed for several days a week or so
ago, uud which was immediately
followed by cold and dampness, luul
the effect uf largely men-using tho
number of cur-teg. Physicians say that
thu epidemic will disappear with the
a dvrnt of dry, .cold, bracing weather.
So far, the mortality in the diphtheria
cases has bjeu below ibe ���iveriif.e.
all say that boforo they lliiishwl the
second bottle thoy wero us white ns
they would wish to bv. Aftur the use
df this "Whitening," the skin will forever retain its color. It nlse removes
freckles,,etc., (itc. The "Hair Grower"
is 50 cents per bottle, and ti.e ������Pace
Whitening'' o0 cents por bottle. Either
vy'riudiJaU's  tvo  iioiiiiwl that ail of
thi*   above   requirement!- must be fulfilled before their   applications
All candidates for First Class, Grade
A. Certificates, including Graduates,
must, attend in Victoria to take the
subjects prescribed (or July 14th and
of these  remedies will bo sent to nny   ���������������' instants, and to imth-rgo requirud
address   on  receipt of price.    .Address
all orders to���
201 Division  Stiiuht,  Otawa, Ont,
��ral examinations.
Superintendent of Educatiu
Sale Under* Mortgage.
Under and by virtue of the powers
contained in a certain mortgage,which
will be produced upou request, there is
offered for suit; by tender,the following
property, namely:
ALL AND 81SQMLAR those certain parcels or tracts of land-uti-l
premises situate, lying and being iu
the town of Golden in ihe Province ot
British Columbia, more pui-timilarlj
known and described as Lots Ten (KI),
Bloveu (11) and Twelve (,1.) iu Block
(4), as shown upon a map, or plan of
survey of tho suid town of Golden
approved and continued at Ottimu the
ltith March 1W1, by LI ward Deville
as Surveyor General .if Dominion
Lamia, together with nil luiililings
thereon and all uppurtatu'es thereto
S-ulcd  tender*,   will '��* reni'lved by
the iii-thirsigned j'p tu mul ii elusive ol  G-urge llyvues,
thu -.'1st day of Dmieiiihsr next. I    Lot .*���-*">. On>ii|
Attobnuv-Ghnbhal's Office,
June 10th, WM.
DispuruD -Lakhs in Railway Belt.
Kootenay Distiict.
Lot 6, Group I.. Townsite of Fnrwcll
- Original grantee, Arthur Stanhope;
Lot 7. Group I.-"Original grantee,
Gusliivns '-Uiii Wright.
Ynlu District -Kamloops Division).
I.ul iilil, I'l'iHip I. Origin.il grantee,
George liuliuti Martin.
Lot niJii. Grow* I 'Original graiitro,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lit.,497, Group I Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot 529, Group I Original gi.u'i.teis,
James Mcintosh, WilliMii B. II Wlltsol,.
Lot 4��B, Group 1   Original j-iitntie,
upon   completion of j Charier- E.lwui-.l i'.i-ry.
Terms   CASH
title to'purcliufici-.
For f tin lur piii-'i.<itil:ii-i- ufiplj to
Kiillilii.ips, ll.C..
Solicitor for tlm Moi-tgii-reo,
Dated nt Katnlo.in-, B.C., th- 1 tit Ji da,-
of November. A.l��.. ll*9;i.
��� Original grant*-*.,
A. K. KilpatBiok, of Fillmore. Cal.,
had the misfortune to have hit log
caught between; a oart and a stono and
badly bruised.. Ordinarily ho would
have been laid up for two or throe
weeks, but cays: "After using one
bottle of Chainbei'lniu's Pain Balm 1
begun tu feel better, and iu three days '
ley * Co., Wholesale Agents, Victoria! WHSellt|ielv weU. The |*c.ili.i:'e..oth- |
and VaucouAcr. I ing  t-ualities  whioh    Chamberlain's |
Pain Balm possesses I have never'
noticed in suy other liniment. I lake
pleasure in recommending it." This
liniment it alvo of great value for
rheumatism and lame hack. For sale
by Druggists Langley tt Co , Wholesale Ag.uits, Victoria and Vancouver.
Gold Quartz
William Arthur Builiji-o.
Liit ���Mi. Group I Original gri.titee,--,
Simon John Tuiislnll, ."mins K. Call-
..iT.iii-j-'rini-ii.. Iirivingise.il made lie-
tweillll.r    ".'split i.e    li.ivel o.uili's ,.f
the Dominion uf t.... u... nnd il.e I'ru-
| vince   of    Hiitish   Columbia w her. l.y
owners ui    l*��,i..*> iu   iiuo- e iii.iued iiis-
tricts   iiyi'i��-init*   iheir   titles   thvtir-.il
j origin .1 griiiiliri-B   from llie I'rov'nien.l
. Ooveru.ltlt-iit un1.!'   olililiti euuliitiii. nt-y
i gruels of   suit! luii-.s I rut i uur i'uiiiiii-
j inn (i'-vevimoi.t, n. tieeis lieiely giii'n
j thut Ml pursnuMowning lam-s as ufoie-
said   are   n-.-iiested   to furwmd their
upplicHliotis fur such giants forthwith
to   the   iiiulursigiiL'ii.   together   with
their title deeds oi; aiitl'i'nticnted copies
thereof, in order that th,- same may be
examined, and  releases an., surrenders
lileparetl for pvmniinii.
Deputy Attorney General
From Ottawa.
The Secretary of State received a
telegram Friday from Lieut.-Governor
Dewdne.v, stating that two Canadian
resilient, of British Columbia were
arrested in Havana ns lining concerned
with the revolution there. Hon. Mr.
Scott nt once cabled Sir Donald Smith,
nnd the litter laid the matter before
Mr. Chamberlain, colonial secretary,
who replied at once that he woold attend to it.
During his visit to British Columbia
Hon. L. H. Divie.s will hold a confer-'
���nre witb tlio sealers, and obtain their
view* on   the   subjivl   of   suggi'sed
lMirjinr  -i;r
I lie     L'nileil
"11 Is worth tlie pries to everf pennn
wli.1 -jv.d. read! a tuwspap. r."-i*_*U_t jin
������� Joo-itA- nirtM to
Blue Pencil Rules.
Ajlvevtisor will promptly
investigate promising prospects and oloiso a deal immediately on satisfactory pro.
position, r-k-nd fullest particulars and lair -ampin*.
 -1 with price asked to
W. Thos. Xew man,
Care of "G'old-n. ftra"
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by ihotuud*.  S��f., Sun ut Ahnyi r_U��e
. RKfUSK SUBSTITUTES.  Fm* _l dsoatma
tt mailed, H-m (ma ebeemtlm, aa netin at
11.00. SMMftnia-HsleiMi i
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I.ANC M EDieiNE GO.. MONTMAl, ����
__, o-^ i-raviics.
A POoltst Prtm.r for th. im nf Revortent,
Oomaponaf&l. and Onpv OhopMrii.
Short, -mpl. -.nd practirsl rules for
makln-t and cdltlnv aempaiwr eopy,
and nf. ,tu*l vain* ta all who with to
fi bo-M. W.OO.   ntitka-ri Tree. Tb*
Ua< McdlrlH Cs.. MnauMl, Cta. ��
rn-it. c..rTK�� nurllrh.
A!*.*?0HM-*N, 1-u-jIim.o
Aunt on rnwlnl. ul erli-v.
U-r d-iny. Afctll* TO] ~
IW M.M.a i>tr.*l,rll.w
'   Get your Printing- do e a*,
the GOLDEN ERA oil' e.     Neat
.und. aiti-itc Wvilvat-i.e cl ei,i mmm
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Notice to Taxpayers.
Assessment Aet and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
Donald Division ok East Kootenav
NOTICE is hereby given, In accordance with the Statues, that Pro-
' vinelal Bevenue Tax nnd all tuxes
i levied under tbe Assessment Act are
now due for the year 1895. All of the
above namod taxes collectable within
the Donald Division of East Kootenay
district, are- payable at my olHce, the
Court House, Golden.
Assessed taxes are collectable at the
ol lowing rates, vis.:
If paid on or before June 30th 1891):
One half of one per cent ou real property.
T>vo per cent ou assessed value of
wild land.
0 tu third of one per ceut ou personal property.
One half of one per cent on income.
If paid after dune 30th 1891 -
Two-thirds of one per cent on real
Two aud one hilf per cent on assessed value of wilil In-el.
0 ie li iif uf ou: ti -r cont ou personal
TiirtM-ffl iHhri oi j.iu -er nen.i on in-
| coin i.
Pi'tiviui-i.il It'ven to T��< |.l.ui par
_*. C. LANG.
Aa-iesrW mid Cutiis-it or.
Golden, January I'lel. WM,
Application for CortlOcute of bu*
Take notice that I, Waiter Dainard,
free miner's certificate No.47839,intend,
liO days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvement*, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
And further take notice, that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder and notion commenced before
the issuauce of such uenilicate of improvements.
Dated this seventh day of December
189J. '
Wai.tkk Dainarii.
By his ageut, P. W. Aylmer.
fPuftitw** Qaxb*.
Hon. J. A. IjOUohbkd, Q.C.   .
.   J-CCAIlTUll.
Loach--*  A  McCarter,
Barrister!, Advocates, Sol .tors, Notaries'
Etc., Etc;
Solicitors for Bank Montreal.
Caloary, ��� N.W.T,
Application   fori Vertlflrates of Improvement..
Take notice that I, Thcmii* .Tone*.
free miners certificate j\o. 47848, inteud
(10 days from dare hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certi-i-ates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crown grants of above
And further take notice that ndverse
claims must be sent to the .Mining lie-
corder and action commenced liefore
the issuance of such uertilicuies uf improvements.
Thos. Junks,
Hy his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated   this  Uth day of December.
D.L.S. &-P.L.S. for B.C. DOMINION ���
Orituirhtsinan, Viiliiat.ir.ote., CALGARY,
N.W.T.   Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.Jl-e-11-ON, D.L.8.,P.Ij.S. of IU'. .Out.
CAI.UAKV, Aliia.
('.iiiii nc led in ill it* branches by
(M.N. Eiig, lull. M. It M. K. ���
Samples tested up to SUM lbs.   Certificates
direct lu clients.
A. J. Hopkins, Alexander Block.
WholMale and Betall
Cattle, Sheep and
Home Dealers.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
.  Embalmera,
Cnlgarv     -     ���      Alba
Tlie aitentien of Prospectors and Miners is called to tbe uitriti of a naw
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kind* ol ores and miner-
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc.
Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist wb6 thoroughly understand*,
the wants of the assayer, the prospector, the miner, the chemist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, eoupeUiiig, fusing in
crucibles, testing of sampling charges, roasting, etc.
This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, it complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slag and metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and knock-down bottom.
it is of tlie cupola type, with extension when smelting ores; capacity 1000-
to y-ltriO pounds per heat; also smaller sine, capacity flora HO to U00 pound*
per heal, according to the character of < res.
The Advantages in Practice are as Follows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who m-nires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country by a pack burro,
lhat is complete and ready to lie set up at any dump of low grade ores, that.
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of ono to two ton*
of ore a day.
On low-arrado ores picked nt I lie dump, till. little ftsrnure w III pay for It-
Self every week, besides wages and expeneus. Ijet someone else dothc.riik io
mining, and stick to a certain ity.
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 3 feet in diameter by ;�� feet high, eupui��
type with knock-down bottom, made of Nn, 10 Steele pinto, and stiffened with
angle-irons made in i wo half-circles for easy transportation, and then bolted
together. Two Steele- banged lu.-tuI und slug s|i��iits, one blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnace tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), one
graphite No. 40 crucible, one blacksmith's forge iijower, geared complete iu iri.u
frame, til supply blast hy huiid-pnwei- lur tin* furnace.
The entire outfit, complete, ready to lie set up, delivered on hoard   i> ���
St. Louis, will cost  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET.     Terms:      ��2f 0
cash wiih order, balance droit attached wilh bill of lading;   the smaller ai a
100 to SIM. I'o-titttlM Capacity. Cont 94H.OO Set.
Terms:   $20.00 cash with order, balance draft attached to  bill of lading; i
per ceut discount for cush with order.
Pni.vrnu Di'tiJ-'Tiu.vs and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuel, smelting operation, separating and refining of base bullion, uic.
IT'IIK'SH-II IN  II-1 All,  ll't-.V,   llliOKIIT ur   OUll-tt.
We Want a Representative. 415 LOCUSt St., ST. LOUIS, Mo;
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lend Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Engineers ami Contractors for Kqulpinunt of Clu-inli-ul   Re.t-K-tioo. Wurks.
notice!     'JI J. STARFORTJ.,
In the Supreme Court of Hritish Ol*
n ni hia, ru* Coiiiiuchor, ��� Coiiii-iohct
vs. Pither.'
Piirstt-int to nu order of tho Supreme
Court of liritisli C.il'U.nhiii untile In the
i luiuur of tli.! �����)*;'��� tc of Hilar.' 1.-OU-
liicher   in the suit,   uf   l/uii.iiic.hur ..-
LP.th ir.      Tile civ lit.n-s of li'iiry Con*
pi icli-ir. lutu of G .1 Liu. i-i mv " strict
Iv lOtciily. h >tul   kce-ier, duueaMol,
fwiio diul on or alio.it the month o.
.Tiiijtmry. l.S'.l.'i, are on ur b.-fore the
first duy of V.i-il. WM, ti, r-n.l by
ririistersl letter  to A. G. ,M. -Siu.igge.
> of DjiiuM, In tha District of ICoiteiiay.
llritish OjIu ii tin. the solicitor for
Jain'.-��� Ste'e.is C.iii'iat'-hor, the above
It mi 11   plrtintiff,   the executor of   the
| dme.isiI. their Christ.an and .-uriiaine
|nd Ire-is'S mil discriptions, the full
iirtiuulai'.i of thoir clainis.a stiiteiiiuui
at   their   accounts, an.I  the naliit-u oi
ItliD senuritios (if any)  held l.y them or
ill default thireof they will be puremp-1
torilly oxcliiilel from the benelit of tin
slid   order.     E.'ery  eretiror hoi-linn
Any   tec irity   is to  produce the sume
I/Wore  JniiiM   Pergusoii   Aiuist'-oiig.
' Biristrar of tlio County Court at Don*,
all,   tin!   ttifei-iw   itpiioiiitud   by   I lur.
Curt   to   tuke tho uc.io mis and irn-i
qiiries   uu-l-r   the  said oriler, at.his j
e'l-iinbirs at thn Court House at Don-1
.aid in thu Province of   British Col um-1
/bin ou tin* Hth day of Anrii, I HSU, nt
tin   o'ulo-l*   in the forenoon being the
[llmi appuitital 'ur .i.lju licutiou uu the
|(lid cluiins.
D ita I at Ditiald. In the District of
-Ciotoiiv, British Columbia, this 15th
day ol January, 180'!.
ftifero-' iiiipointu I miller iho said order
Notice of Application for Certificate.,
of Improvements.
Take notice that  f.  John   M-liite. ;
free   iiiiuiir's    certilieute    No.   .'114.0,-1. j
intuiid.   sixty   days   from   ihe   date
hereof, to   apply   to the   Gold   Com
iiiissiouer for certificates of  improve-
.nents.  for the pm-pos,, of obtaining
Crown grants of the iil-oveclaims
Golden City Bakery.
Frash Bread Daily.
.jGo-aen Hospital Society.
And further take notice that adverse-' THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission nf patients,
TIJK1TS ...ay lie luul from the tinder-
signed i- any member nf the
PRirr. Ten DollnVs |��r year er Six
- liars |>ei- half year.
NO KKTRAiS sxct pi private.wards,   '
Act i eg Secretar.y.
clniitis must ho sunt to tie Mini' -.- Ru-
eorilet'. and actio i i-oiiinieii < i is.-fore1
the issuance of such oerti-culus .1 iiu*
prove, nents.
John Mi-Rak,
H.v his agent V W. Avi.mi*:k.
Oated'this llth   day of   Deccniljer.
Job    Dcpartmei^t
1 -��� '-.'*��� *-gr~**~*
silver,    0RES
Wrilo for prices,   (jive imsays, etc.
mt^mmmmmmmwmm  Truu... with
-.orfoct eo.e ts -��tir��r. th.u brail otbar
c.l,|..r,i*.ll.lK.'U Tfeay.atUnUiriMt
is. strain. Keje-
petteoticA the
i.l tor
���uuturo U..U.T sev.ro. al
tarn of MtUnshMbMn ������
U .Hen Hospital Society.
I itlll-l  F Ilt  OOMSUI.TATIOSI.
Vr I'll 9:;lf> a.m. to 11 a.m.
"       S   p.m. "  4 p.m.
���i       7     i.    ii   8   ���'
Sunday from  10 a.m. to 12 m., and
from 7 p.m. to H p m.
vwrriNti iioiTRK.
Pro-n  "itilO  p.m.  to  **  p.m.. dili
Mcepl Moiiliy nod !*i>tiiri|uy.
II v ''tiiuirt
,. AAMmm,
i MTnn,
niOHT*, ato.
ror-fk-n-isllimiiti-l f-�� lUmlbmit write lo
hu:<.1 a to., -nu ntiiAuwAV, Mw vowl
OtilMt bu-fsi tot s��-iir!*iir|��"*tiHtaAi-i��ij*��.
Krorv wittnt Wken out liy li�� I. .Wotwllt "jcfoM
tuo liuijlU) Ur a uoi,-��(ilv-m tnimutehtote In IM
9tint\iit ��w*tam
' fln--il��ii"-i ��.��� nnr HraUllii psiw In Hi.
spimuuiir i.iHstntiHi.  Nu luHlllnui
-iii iw witir..ut it. �������*���!:���*. ni.eos
uk-ii-m-M**-*. A.iilw��, nux*. .* OU,
mis shrniL.  ...   ......���
$r*art|UiJtlx-nnnt'i". A>i.li*��, HU! ._
v.i.i.u_is, SSt --.���**�� ey, SewXoth oar.
Miimifacturor.s    of    **fasli.    I go is,    A!cuklirgs
'Turned and Sfiwn Ualustors. Xcwid Posts. Hand Rails nnd
Brackets.   Ai I sizes of "-lass in stuck.
���pie Machine and Blacksmith r?hop are pi-oiurcd to do
all kinds of i-epairs as snon ns possible.     All sizes of Pipe
Fitting" and I truss Goods on hand.
i ..
Wiijron Rejiu ir.-*. Poles. Sh lifts, Axles. --'lokes&lelltcs,
| Hickory and Ma;lc I'lauk.
riNtsr Tc.
in thc Worm
in it* wanvx punrrv.
" Monsoan'' Tm li put up bjr the Indian Te.
crawers as a sanipl. of ih. best qu-ilm tf Indian
Tc.*, Therefor, they us* ids (rate.1 can in ibe
tvl-vtion of lhe Tea and lis blsod, that Is why Ihry
put It up III���isslw and soil It only in th* oriental
tv-l���tea, tbemby MGurilK its purity .nd eiccllrnr.
Put up in jt lb., i lb. ud j Ik HCOfis. aid nmi
,old is bulk.
AU. 0000 cwooim KHP IT.
If your -pnosr doss aot k��p it, tell him to writ* lo
���THt, HAYTIR * OO.
II .nn 13 Front *trwl But, Toronto,
The modern standard  Family Medicine:   CuiCf   the
common every-day
ills of humanitj'.
Warning... $m^am
It hi* come to our kiiowU'djte thai certain persons, for th* purpose of lielplne;
off their unsaleable stuck of clothing, have taken our -ruarantec cards from
th* pockets of garmcutlof our muke ami have put them in thc pockets
ot other good* of inferior make, thus leading the purchaser to believe lie
*'*�� getting Shorey's clothing and thereby d-maging onr reputation..
We therefore wish to give notice to our customers snd tlie public, tbat
we wilt prosecute, to the full rigour of the law, nny one whom we can prove
to hnve done this, and wc win pay a reward of $100.00 to the person
who will give in sufficient evidence 'to convict mv dciler of this offence.
H SHOREY 4 CO.. Montr**!.
N.B.-W| in spsidlif I nut deal el money ts Risks ths merits of aur clothlif kiowi
tl Ik* public lad wi Insist upon 4��1-����� (iv'rf piotilt whst th.y Ilk (ot.
Illllllllllll 11*11 HI I������	
aammmm. -Award.-'   ";
Highest Honors���World*.
A pure Cr.ipe Cfemn nf Tartar Powder.   Fret*
from Ammolii.1, Alum or any otlier adullera.ll.
40 V-AKS '!.._ STi..,..-..uj.
,,-4ed is true, the indications are thnt it
Fair '" !l,e 'HrRest K��ld fields ever disoover-
*49*-W*(l> on tlie American continent. The
��� .'.i^say value of the ore is high, and
*inv-ill average front $20 to $50. Assays
��� from the Uudg>*i- and Bed mountain
went from 950 to $*>H0 in gold. The
I Thompson lilouk has been bonded to a
party who has rahoudnd it to another
| party at a 111 rye advance in figures.
Parties iu Milwaukee are taking hold
of a numbar of claims.     It is reported
that Montreal parties are also interest-
e I.    Spokane  is  well   represented by
I parties-who always  yet   in  on  the
i ground Hoor.
I A synd'c-ife from eastern Canada
have applied for the purchase of large
trac s of timber on the North Fork of
tlie St. Mary's.-Fort Steele Prospector.
St|_core-l to  Delft���.'
The Propose I Cable between  Gi>:<ii n
unil l-'ort Steele.
Informal meetings iu favor of the
cable have been held nt Windermere,
Fairmont Springs, Thunder Hill and
, Canal Flat, anil at all of these meetings
the project was not only favorably
i*onsidered but it was determined thot
strenuous attempts should he ma le to
obtain its construction. The new
government made profuse promises as
to the Hid that would be given to assist
in the development of the western
provinces and it has now n chance to
fulfill part Of thrse promises liy either
making or n-tsi'ting in milking this
cable���which would materially assist
in developing uu linportnut district of
the Province. This is nil; the more
necessary as the postal arrangements
ui-3 most weak and faulty. In an important locality where the Service
should be bi-weekly there exists n most
inadequate service. Instead of matters
being improved by the change of Government, the condition of affairs have
become worse, and the mail now goes
through after an interval of many
days and without any notification to
the public of its arrival or departure.
Business arrangements are considerably upsit by this irregularity of Her
Hajesty's mail, and if the cable wal
made the disarrangement of mail arrangements would not upset or hamper
business to the same extent, as com-
liiuiiiaation would always be open aud
easy through the cable.
The first of a series of meetings will
be held at Fort Steele, where the formation of a provisional committee will
be commenced, and * future meetings
will be held at otlier.centres, and additions made to trie-committee-.
Both the Dominion and Provincial
members of Parliament have been
nsked to join the committee and invitations will be sent to them to address
the meetings in favor of the cable.
Opportunity is now given tbem to
shew how far their services can be of
benefit to the constituents they represent and serve iu parliament.
- Cable.
What is being done at this end of
the line towards aiding the project?
So far as we know-nothing. We
think the Town Committee ought to
take tho initiative and join our upper
country friends in working for so desirable a means ol communication.
journal Ini iu  Enterprise.
'ihe British Columbia Mining Record
Will close the present year hy publishing a special holiday number, which
will be the largest and finest edition of
the journal yet issued It will contain
articles descriptive of the year's wurk
in nearly every mining district of the
province, and will be the most complete
exposition of the -ruining industry of
British Columbia ever published. It
will show the grand prospects ahead
for f807 and the information it will
contain will be of such a nature as to
make this special number valuable iu
the future for tefersnee. Already
large 'orders have been received fo:
extra copies of this edition and many
more are expected liefore the day of
publication so that its widespread circulation is already assured. Merchants, manufactures, mining brokers
and investment companies will do well
to avail themselves of this opportunity
to attract the attention of the mining
men of the province to their business,
a-i December issue of the Record will
not only go largely into the homes of
citizens but also into every mining
camp of the province. The holiday
number of the Record will he a filling
closing of the year 18tlri aud A brilliant
usher of 1H97, which bids fuir to be
ti.e banner year of mining iu British
A Tyrannical Oritur.
Perry Creek.
The excitement in regard to ths
Perry Creek gold Ileitis continues, pot-
withstanding that considerable snow
hat fallen In that vicinity. We learn
that the number cf claims located in
that section will reuch u distance of
85 miles where they extend in one line.
It is reported that there four separate
leads of gold quartz, " which varies
from 6 to 50 feet in width " forming a
mineral zone that extends for many
miles. Work will be continued on
many of these properties during the
winter, several transfers have already
.sen made while others are pending.
It is reported that the whole section of/
country in the vicinity .cf Perry,
Weaver,   Hell  Roaring  creeks    and
A Montreal paper says lhat the
banks and some of the largest mercantile houses have forbidden their employees to invest in mining shares.
How dare they do anything of the
kind, or what right have they to interfere with the personal liberty of
their employees in such an urbritury
manner? If this statement is true, it
is n scandalous piece of tyranny. A
business man has no right to dictate
to his employees in such an arbitrary
manner, and no reasonable person
would undertake to do so Business
men should certainly take an active
interest in those who are in their employ, and ut times they might be permitted to advise them, but *hey have
no right to make arbitrary rule calculated to control the personal liberties
of their employees in legitimate matters. The purchasing of mining shares
is not an offence against any moral or
civil law, and the clerk who has any
money to spare is oftener in a better
position to invest it iu milling shares
than his employer He has no business interests upon which he would
bring disaster should he meet with a
heavy loss. A wise and thoughtful
merchant, while keeping an eye upon
the moral and social, habits of his employees, will not endeavor to impose
upon the individual liberties of 'those
who to some extent may depend upon
him. Liberty is as sweet to the clerk
as to the merchant, and il the right of
one as much as the other. Tyrannical
restrictions are not calculated to induce pleasant relations between merchants and their employees, and are
certainly not calculated to secure the
best attention from employees to the
Bombay, Nijv. 30. ��� Earl Elgin, viceroy tf India, inivod at Barroda on a
visit to the Gnikwur, or native ruler
of the state, The inhabitants turned
out to welcome and see the fireworks
in the parkol Guikwar. open to the
public. At the end of the ceremonies
the crowd made n rush for the park
gates. They became jammed with
people, and those behind, not knowing
the cause of delny, pressed forward
uut if the crush at the gates was terrific. A number of persons were
squeezed to death. Others lost their
footing and hnd their life trampled out
or they died from suffocation.
A Rink For Kaslo.
The Kaslo Rink company has been
registered as nn incorporated company,
with a capital stock ol $2,000, and G.
O. Buchanan, Jas. Wangh and Fife
Moore as provincial trustees.
Important Railway Drill.
Toronto. Nov. 30.- If the report of a
deal which the Canadian Pacific is
said to have been made with the Grand
Trunk is true, then tho big Canadian
road has secured almost a straight
line from Detroit to Buffalo, through
the leasing of the Buffalo and Lake
Huron branch of the Grand Trunk,
and will have another outlet for
Northwest grain. The lease, it is said,
covers a period of 50 years.      ,.'
"Hidden  Mines,"!
"How to Find Them,"
C. P, 11. Earning;*.
Montreal, Nov. 28.'--C. P. 11. traffic
receipts show the following remits:
October. 1898, gross earnings' $2,121.
850, working expenses $1,182,009: net
profits, $985>,0<ll. In October, 1895.
the net profits J 1,109,(1*17. For the
ten months ending October 31st., 189(1,
the Hcures are as follows: Gross
eirniiigsSl,i,7!ll,C-i'1, working expenses
$10,470,041, net pi-uliii $(1,821,001.
For the ten rumii lis ending October 81st
W35, there wu* a net profit of $5,598,
-120, the decrease in' net profits over
the same periofl lust year is therefore
for October rJlTU.C'O.i,r and Irom January 1st to October 31st, tliere was an
ncreuse of $722,881.
Practical Information
^     -OK- *
Mines, Metals and Ores
A Complete Glossary of Mining Terms.
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The popularity Of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy nud the high esteem iu
which it is held leads us to be lielieve
it to be ��u article of great worth uud
merit. " Wu have tlie pleasure of giving the experience of three prominent
citizens of K.-iluiido' Bench, Cal., iu the
use of the iwiiedy. Mr. A. V. Trudell
says: "I have always received
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f*-rx ITcnr attained-how re*
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lj-or lost through folly,
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i: Shorey's Clothing
Is always Satisfactory.
' >       Every garment is warranted to give satisfaction and has a little <
guarantee card in the pocket.
] J Their materials are all good and every seam is sewn with the best ���
< > linen thread. Shorey's Clothing is cut on such a variety of patterns��
;; that any figure can be perfectly fitted. All Shorey's Bicycle Suits X
;; and Spring and Fall Overcoats are Waterproofed by the Rigby Process ���
and no extra charge for it. ���
All dealers sell Shorey's Clothing now because their customers 2
|; insist on having it. J
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Tk Western Milling Co.
Resrina,  N.W.T.
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M. McDonald,^
Calgary, Alb,
forN.W. Territories
British Columbia.


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