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Array bThe Golden Era
Ie the most wiaiely circulated and
best advertising medium in East
Kootenay. This is the paper that
is read by the miners, the ranchers,
the railroaders and lumbermen.
FN Subscription, $2.00 per Annum
In Advamce	
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| Map of Golden
1 Mining Division
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%     On receipt of SI copies of this valuable
% map will be mailed by
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Tlio Golden Eva Company L'td. Lby.,
Golden, li. C.
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VOL. VIII.   NO. 9
GOLDEN B.C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER30,1898.
$2 Per Year
Now Fall & Winter floods
At tlr|C Big: Store :
Dress Goods Black and Cold, Paramattas, Henriettas. Cashmeres,
Repps, Crepons, Striped and Checked Plaids, Blouse Silk Buttons,
and Checked Plaids, Black Navy. Army and Cadets Velveteens,
Lrdies and Misses Buttoned and Laced Kid Gloves, Ladies Cashmere and Wool Hose and Gloves. Beautiful lines in Knitted Jerseys,
Large range Ladies Wool Underwear, Largo range Ladies Melton
Cloths from 30 to 75c, Ladies Corsets newest styles and shapes
from 50c. to $4.00.
House Furnishings.
Pillow Cottons. Sheetings, Towels & Towellings, Blankets, Tie
Dows, Curtain, Table Damask Napkins, Art Muslihs, Cretonnes,
Flannelettes from So.
Gents Furnishings.
A large range of Scotch Lambs Wobl "Underwear, Shirts, Collars,
Ties, Socks k Mitts, Fur Coats, Caps, Lap Bugs. Bargains in
Boots and Shoes,
H. G. Parson, Golden, B.C.
IMMENSE
BARGAINS
 :IN:
Suits made to order from
-   '���.,_.,,} .$i.8 Up.
Inspection Invited.
J. C. TOM, MerchantJTailor.
Opposite The Columbia House. 5:i0tc
... the Polumbia House,
Golden, B. C.
A Strictly First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
Equipped with all Modern Conveniences.
Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
The Table is Second to None.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial Men.
'Wm. McNeish, Prop.
THE     a     ������     a     ,     ���     *���     ���
QUEEN'S    HOTEL.
Headquarters for Commercial men.
Two Commodious Sample Rooms.
Baggage transferred free.
Hot and Cold Baths.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Rates $'.00 Per Day. _:::*o*::-���
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C. A. WARREN, ��� *
��� ��General Merchant.
Cigars. B. Lawrence Spectacles.
Agent for Giant Powder Oo'y,
Agent for Lancashire Insurance Co'y
of England.
Subscriptions Taken for all Papers &
Periodicals. S
THE   NEW   GOLDEN   BRITISH
COLUMBIA LIMITED.
Some three years ago Messrs. Mitchell-Innes were attracted to the district
of North East Kootenay by the reports
of its mineral wealth and prospects.
They took up a placer property on
Canyon Creek and spent considerable
money in preparatory work, which
they hope to resume before long. They
also took up properties on Toby Croek
and Prairie Mountain, on the latter of
which they have dono considerable
work. Last year the mining boom in
the Windermere district set in, as the
result of discoveries on Horsethief and
Toby creeks. Mr. W. G. Mitchell
Innes was one of the first to secure
locations on Horsethief Creek, and do-
velopment work was done on the property which is now known as the
Pretty Girl group. A company was
formed in London among Mr.Mitchell-
Innes's friends with sufficient capital
to fairly develop the properties which
he had acquired. This Company was
registered as the Golden British Columbia Limited. The development
work on the Pretty Girl group having
resulted in the discovery of a body of
excellent copper-silver ore, the Company was re-orgar,ised this year with
a larger capital (��60,000), and during
the present season work has been
pushed on at the Pretty Girl under the
foreuianship of Tom Jones, one of the
pioneer miners of the district. As a
brief review of the Company's operations will be of interest to our readers,
we have obtained from Mr. W. G.
Mitchell-Innes, manager of the Company, the following particulars of the
season's work.
IMt.-alKIE   1IQUXTAI-*.
This property consists of fourteen
claims. The work this season has
been limited to the necessary assessment, and has consisted of the continuation of the shaft on the Amy claim
of the group. In this shaft the lead is
widening out, and presents a good
well-defined ore body. Two tunnels
have also been driven, ono of 28 feet
and oue of SO feet. Further work will
be done on this property next season.
If the property gives satisfactory results with continued development it
will be ono of the biggest things in the
district,
���pnuuE hou: tain.
The company also became interested
In the new copper discoveries made by
J. White and D. McDougal this season on Spruce Mountain on the Middle
Fork of the Spillimachene, The property is known as the Copper Ridge
group and development work has been
going on since its discovery.
PRETTY GIRL OROUr.
On the Old Chum claim of this group
a tunnel has been driven for a distance
of 200 feet, and a shaft is now being
sunk on the body of rich grey copper
ore exposed in the open cut. This
siiaft is now down to a depth of 25feet
and will be sunk to GO or 70 feet.
There is a very good showing of ore in
this shaft. At Law's Creek, on the
siimo group, an open cut is being run
across the out crop of ore on the Mine-
haha Fraction, and it is intended to
run a tunnel on the lead here at the
best point. There is a gold-bearing
ledge running through the Old Chum
and Minehaha claims and this is now
being developed by way of stripping
over its hingth. It is also intended to
drive a tunnel at least 20 feet in
length on this lead. Two camps are
employed at' present on this group ol
claims.
TOBY CREEK.
Work has also been done this season
on the Dragon, Vulcnn and St, George
claims. The Dragon is a copper proposition, from which excellent assays
have been obtained, running about $50
ill value. Mr, Mitchell.Innes has
stuck well to North East Kootenay
and has the best wishes of the whole
district in the success of his enterprise.
Read the GOLDEN ERA.
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lucorporuted 1070.
The   Most    Up-To-Walc   ������;
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Outfitter),   iu   Western
9 Canada.     ....     |
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Intending Prospectors should
write us for one of our new
Folders, which contains an
excellent Map and an estimate
of the probable cost of a complete outfit for the Gold Fields
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
> 381st
Calgary,
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ROUND ABOUT THE MINES
Tbe transfer is recorded of the Eagle
Cliff claim, on Canyon Creek, from G.
Cassels to H. Estell.
Messrs. Kimpton, Starke and Harrison have about 35 horses engaged in
packing out ore from their claims dn
Toby Croek.
Messrs. Kimpton, Starke and Harrison have sent out to C. E. Well*, C. P.
R, agent here, a flue sample of 50 lbs.
of ore from their mine on Toby Croek,
to be forwarded to tlio Boston exhibition.
Capt. Bacon brought down on the
last trip of the Hyak seven tons of ore
from the Swansea mine for shipment
to tho Trail smelter. The Captain will
run the Hyak to Windermere on the
12th and 24th to bring down the other
shipments of ore now being got out.
T. Mercier, who has como in from
the Bugaboo, informs us that the
development work on theMorcier group
has improved the appearance of the
proper'.y a great deal and that the
Government export, Mr. Robertson,
was very highly pleased with what ho
saw of the prospect.
A meeting at Trail lias adopted a
resolution asking Mr. Bostock to
impress upon the Dominion Goverment
the necessity of amending item 273 in
the tariff act, so that lead ill bars and
sheet if smelted in Canada and sent to
a foreign country may be reimported
free instead of being subject to the
present duty of 25 per cent.
The Nelson Miner says: " Silver is
up to 65 516, aiid with it rise the
spirits of the Slocan. Every point of
increase moans much to that rich
region where production cannot be too
profitable to overtake the predictions
of well-wishers who believo the Slocan
to be, mile for mile, the greatest mining district in the world.
A meeting of the North Eust Kootenay Miuers Association will be convened early in Nov. when the officeis
and members can conveniently attend
Tho last meeting lapsed for want of
attendance and owing to so many of
the members being away in the mountains, but there is every reason to
believe that the Association can lie
reorganised during the wintor months
and will do as good work as it did last
winter.
J. M. Kellie, M.P.P., was in Golden
this .veek intending to look at some of
tho recent copper discoveries in the
district. Owing to the snowfall on the
mountains he considered he could not
see the properties well under the
circumstances and left on Wednesday
for the west. Mr. Kollie is representing a syndicate who have secured
about ten properties, including Mr.
Kellie's interests on Prairie Mountain,
where work will b': commenced as saon
as possible.
Within the short space of 30 years
the Calumet and Hecla mine has
yielded in dividends the enormous Bum
of $53,850,000, while its actual present
value is estimated at $55,000,000. For
several years past the Calumet and
Hecla has paid quarterly dividends ot
over $1,000,000, and its average net
earnings have exceeded ��'i,000,000 per
annum, or $20,000 for overy working
day of the year. To develop this groat
property cost $1,200,000, which has
returned more than forty fold. Twenty
thousand persons are dependent directly upon this one mine for their daily
bread and butter and the wages of the
workmen are the highest paid in any
mine of the kind in the world.
Tne following claims hnve boen
recorded at Golden during the month :
Sept. 2nd. Blue Bird, ou Irvine Butte,
by J. Dodd ; 8th, Rising Sun.on Kicking Horse near Ottertail, by E. J.
Rush ; 9th, Evening Star, on Kicking
Horse near Oitortail, by A. McLean ;
10t.li, Union, on McMurlo Creek, by
G. Rury ; Belle Fo, by R. Hutchison,
on Copper Creek ; Cordova, by D. Mc-
Kiiinuii. on McMurdo Creek; 14th,
Riverside, by H. Estell, on nest bank
ol Columbia River 32 miles from Golden j loth, Dixey and Liitlo Star, by
S. Umlfrey, on Logan Creek ; 19th,
Last Chance, hy H. McLaughlin, 3
miles south of Palliser; 20th, Great
Eastern, by N. B. Berg.stroni, and
Anna, by R. A. Kimpton. Grand Prize
and Red Eagle, by O. Youngqvlst, all
on No. 2 Creek ; 27th, Reindeer, by
Peter Sudaby, on north fork of Bugaboo,
Major Walker.and Mr. P. McCarthy,
of Calgary, are doing work on their
copper property on Cascade Mountain.
The Elton property is looking well as
the result of ll,e work already dono on
it. For over a year Mr. P. McCarthy,
has been trying to interest a company
in Lonlou in lhe proporty in which
lie is interested at Illocillcwaet, and u
provisional agreement was emered
into last spring that thoy should send
out their managing director, who,
with the Company's mining engineer,
should examino tho property. This
was done and the Company have now
a number of men at work under another mining engineer. Thirty tons of
ore have been taken out, half ol which
it is proposed to send to San Francisco,
and the balance to Denver for tost
treatment. If that proves satisfactory
a sale will bo consummated.
RANCHING IN THE COLUMBIA
VALLEY.
Importation of HIj-li-Grmlai Stock.
J. L. Mackay arrived in Golden last
week with four c '-'iids of cattle
whicli the Company t\.r which he is
manager havo sent (or stocking tho
range which they had taken over In
the Columbia Valley. The stock included four pure bred Hereford bulls,
three pure-bred Durham bulls, ami 21
tlior.ug-lired heifers, of which seven
wero Herelords and 14 Durlinins.
There were also 60 calves, and a number of bioeding cows, nearly pure-braid
Durhaiiis, making 112 hoaal ot cuttle
in all. The shipment also inoluded
three pure-bred Yorkshire pigs, ono
Shropshire Down rainfor theMaokay's
ranch flock, and a number of Plymouth
Rock fowls.
The stock was imported from Prince
Edward Island and Nova Scotia, and
this importation marks a new period
in the history ot ranching in the Columbia Valley, There is no better
stock country in Canada than the
stretch ot country from Golden to Canal Flat, and visitors to the district
have been impressed with the successful results of stock-raising here by
thosowho have systematically gone
in for it. There is no doubt that
there is a great future for stock-raising in the Columbia Valley, where
ihere must always be a superior local
market, owing to the limked area of
laud available, aud the great mineral
resources of the district and consequent employment of  a laigo popula-
Gdlilen School.
The additions and alterations to the
Goldon school havo now been completed and have had the effect of making a
groat improvement on the old building.
The addition is 12 feet by 40 feet,
making a clear floor space of 40 feet by
32 feet. Two ventilators havo boen
put in. also two stoves for heating the
building during tho wintor months.
It is intended to utilise a good deal ot
the added wall space for blackboards.
A capital arrangement is in the lighting, the windows heing behind the
children, thus affording the most approved method of lighting for public
schools. The Golden school continues
to forge ahe.ul under the tuition of Mr.
Bales nml the average attendance is
now 48, as agaiustnn average of about
30 when he look charge, nn increase of
50 per cent. As there are iu tbo district a Dumber of children of school
age who are not attending school the
attendance might easily lie increased
sufficiently to wan-ant another teacher
lieing added to tlio staff of tho school.
There is a roomy porch, provided wilh
hat pegs for tlio use ot the children,
also a wood shed. Twelve new forms
made by Houston & Co. have been put
in. J. Henderson was the architect
and contractor for the building und
the way in which he has done tho
work is very creditable to him.
As the attendance of children at
school in cases where they are not receiving other education is compulsory
in th's Province, parents ought to
comply wilh the law and help the
school on all they can.
TOWNSITE OF ATHELMAR.
A Promising Centre,
The Hon. F. W. Aylmer has purchased from J. L. Mackay the block tf
land at the Salmon Beds. Mr. Aylmer
intends laying this out as a townsite.
Ho has a thorough knowledge of the
district from his long residence and
has regarded this piece of land as an
ideal townsite, being a natural junction for Toby, Horesethief and No, 2
("reeks, for tlio road between Kast and
West Kootonay over the divide, and
being tho only available site for a
bridge over the river for miles around
tliat locality, From the configuration
of the country an overhead bridge can bo
built thero so as not to interfere with
navigation aud yet bo always available
for traffic. As one of the pioneers of
the district we wish Mr, Aylmer huc-
ceas with his enterprise. Applications
have already been made to Mr. Aylmer
for a blacksmith's shop, store, and
hotel, the need cf which has been
greatly felt at that point during the
past summer by tho many prospectors
and mining men who have been
obliged to land or camp there.
Chronic Diarrhoea   Cured.
This is to certify that I have bad
chronic diarrhoea ever since tho war.
I got so weak I could hardly walk or
do anything. One battle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy cured mo sound and well.
J. It. Gums, Fincastle, Va.
t had chronic diarrhoea for twelve
years. Three bottle5! of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
cured me.
S. L. Shaver, Fincastle, Va.
Both Mr. Gibhs and Mr Shaver are
prominent farmers and reside near
Fincastle, Va. They procured the
reniffdy from Mr. \V. K. Cooper, a
druggist of that place, who is well
acquainted with them and will vouch
for the truth of their statements. For
sale by all druggists, Langley & Co.,
wholesale Agents, Victoria aud Van
couvcr. 521
The Fort Steele .Prospector has notice
of application for a charter for a railroad to connect with the Crow's Nest
Pass line at some point between Wardner and Elk River, to run up the east
side ol Kootenay River to Windermere,
where the river will be crossed and the
read continue! up Toby Creek and
across the Sdlklrk range to the foot of
Lake Duncan, thence up the Lardeau
River to Trout Laku aud thence in as
direct a line a* possible to tap the
Revels toko branch of the C. P. R.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave vou, iF you
used Dr, King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headaches. Thoy mako pure
blood and strong nerves and build up
ycur health. Easy to take. Try
them. Only 25 cents. Money back if
not cured.    Sold by all Druggists.
Good Enough  to Take.
The finest quality of loaf sugar is
used iu the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used
in its preparation give it a flavor similar to that of maple syrup, making it
very pleasant to take. As a medicine
for the cure of coughs, colds,la grippe,
croup and whooping cough ib is unequalled by any other. It always cures,
and cures quickly. For sale by all
druggists, Langley & Co., wholesale
Agents, Victoria and Vancouver.     621
Tht*  Copper Market.
The Mining Journal, London, in its
issue of the 2nd inst., makes the following interesting remarks upon the
copper market:
"This market is affected by considerable manipulation, and some of the
American producors, whose vocation
really is tosell large quantities of copper
to Europe (the United States being at
the best only consumers of part of
their own production), have lately not
only refrained from selling their own
stuff, but havo gene on buying copper
here in the open market, with the view
of improving prices and eventually
getting the European buyers to pay
them for their American copper higher
prices than those that havo been ruling;
from this it will bo seen that the position is to a great extent artificial.
Although this has up to the present
improved prices with us, there is
among dealers and consumers shaken
confidence, and we have to expect that
one of these days these purchases will
cease and be followed by heavy sales
of American material. Taking all
these facts into consideration, and
bearing in mind that the bulk of copper produced gives to the producer an
BiiormuB profit, it is not astonishing
that people prefer to leave the article
alone under present circumstances and
at present-prices, notwithstanding the
the "trumpet blowing, on the part of
some brokers and other interested
parties."
Tho two most critical times in a
woman's life are tho limes which make
the girl a woman, and the woman a
mother. At these times, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is of incalculable value. It strengthen! and invigorates the organs distinctly feminine,
promotes regularity of the functions,
allays irritation and Inflammation,
checks unnatural, exhausting drains,
and puts the whole delicate organism,
into perfect condition, Almost all the
ills of womankind are traceable to some
form of what is known as "female
complaint." There are not three cases
in a hundred of woman's peculiar diseases that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription will not cute. 537
Ssveral residents of the district have
written asking us whether the Government intend keeping tho celebrated
Government team. Thoy point out
that it is an unnecessary expanse *o
keep a team of horses all the year
round for the sake of doing a month or
two's work when the work which this
team does could be done so much more
cheaply by the teams of settlors, who
have to keep horses in any case. Wa
have no doubt that the Hon. Mr,
Semlin will investigate this matter
along with the other abuses of his
department, and tbat tho Government
team, like others, will have to go to
make room for a better and more
economical method ef making and
maintaining the public roads,'whereby
tho settlers, who are the backbone of
the country, will have an opportunity
of carrying out these works with
better results than hitherto.
PLBASAHT As A CARAMBL.-Dr. Von
St.tnV Pineapple Tables are not a nauseous
cum pound���hut pleasant pellets that ilissulvH
on tho tonguo like a lump of sugar, jiwta*
simple, just us harmless, hut a potent aider to
digestion and the prevention of all tho ailments iu the stomachs category of troubles.
Act directly on the dig b:Ivo orjjfnns. Relieve
in ouo day.   :t'> eeuts, 0*jtj
Bold by U. A. Warren. THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER CO, 1898.
General
Merchant,
-golden -
$$���$���$
To Arrive
This Week
1 car Coal Oil "Best
American."
1 car General Groceries.
1 car Builder's Hardware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
1 car Mattrasses, Pillows, Cotts, Etc.
1 car Furniture, Iron
Beds, Etc.
To Advertisers and  Subscribers.
The GOLDEN ERA Is nublished every
Friday evening. It is the bost advertising
medium in the East Kootenay district.
Subscription Kates : 92.00 per annum IN
ADVANCE.
Alterations and changes of standing advertisements must be in the office nut later than
noun on Wednesday to ensure insertion, but
casifal advertisements will be received up till
noon on Friday.
While all reasonable care will he taken, the
proprietors will not be responsible for any
omission or error iu any advertisoment.
All accounts to bo paid to the Managing
Director.or his authorized agent,from whom
the company's receipt will ho obtained.
Advertising rates: Display ads., 31.50 por
column inch; I.eg.iadx., 10 cents per hue
for first insertion, ii cents for each additional
insertion) Reading notices, 12 cents por lino
each issue.
All business communications should be ad
dressed to the Managing Director, and all
literary communications, letters tor publication or news items should bo addressed to the
Editor
Correspondence is invited on mattrrsof
publiu interest, but to secure publication
such hitters must ho brief. In the case ot
anonymous letters the name and address of
the writer must he onclosed, not lor publication, hut for tho private information of the
editor aud as a guarantee of good faith. Any
letter received later than Wednesday will
have to stand over till the following issue.
IheCta Era Corapa^y Liniiitd Liability.
Oman), Golden, tt. C.
OUR NEW SPUING DUY GOODS
aro coming to hand every day.
We are showing bargains never
heard of before in Golden in the
following:    Blouses and Dress Silks-
starting at 25c per yard ���Groy and
White Cottons, Prints, Muslins, Dress
Fabrics and an immense stock of
General Dry Goods.
ftltc (Oolbrn ��va
F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893.g
THE   SLAUGHTER-HOUSE
THE   HOSPITAL.
AND
TURNER
GOVERNMENT
RUPTION.
COR-
Exposing Their Tricks.
In an interview at Kelson, Hon. J,
F. Hume said: "A commissioner was
about to inquire into several doubtful
transactions which had come to light
in the lands and works department.
" One transaction wbieh would be carefully inquired into is what is known
as the Jevon contract. Mr. Jevon
had a contract with the late government in connection with the parliament buildings, and he received from
tho late government, just before the
elections, the sum of $30,000 which
it is contended, ho had no right to
receive, and for which no value was
received in the shape of work done.
It is claimed by the present government that this was a sop given for
political purposes.
11 On paying out this sum, the Turner government received a full receipt
for all work dono iu connection with
tho work; but,nevertheless,another bili
was soon received amounting to $!(��,-
000. The Turner government actually
referred this claim to arbitration.
Needless to say, the present government ha I cancelled the arbitration
agreement,"���Nelson Miner.
CURE ALL TOUR HUS WITH
Pain-Killer.!
* M.dlclaat Chut I. Ititlf.
Slmpl.. Sifa. ni Qulok Our. for
| CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COU0HS, I
COLDS, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA.
25 and BO oent Bottle*.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE. J
PERRY DAVIS'
NORTH EAST KOOTENAY MINING
ASSOCIATION.
Agents
The war with 8 pain is over. Wo huve the
most complete history published. Our book
contains about 700 pages, over 100 Illustrations, and is so cheap it sells ou night. Agents
coining money with it the last few days.
Write quick for information.
Bradloy-Oarrotson Company, Limited,
480 Toronto.
Hon. P. W, Aylmer...
\V. (I, Mitchell-Innes.
W. G. Neilson, J. 1'...
K. Johnson
 Pi-osidont
.Vice     do
do      do
do      do
K A."Higgen.'.........Socrotary-Troasuror
The regular meetings of the association
will lie held ou tho tirst Tuesday iu overy
month at tho Columbia llottso, Golden.
All possible information wilt be furnished
lay the association upon application to
E. A. Hagoen, Sec,, Golden.
4.000 rolls New Wall Papers just
arrived, in beautiful designs.
Bargains in Boots and Shoes.
Bargains in Crockery and Glassware.
Bargains in Carpets and Curtains.
in fact
Bargains in Every Department.
Plenty ot fresh new laid Eggs at
25c per dozen.
1898
Is going to be our Banner Year.
are wide open for business, and
making new customers every day.
We
Geo. B. McDermot,
(wcneral Merchant,
Rubber Stamps
Orders for Rubber Stamps and Seals wil
be received at the Golden Era Ollice and
executed with promptitude.
Ihe -Gulden Era Company,
Limited Liability.
THE COLLEGE.
CALGARY, N. W. T.
High class school for hoys, (iood business
education. Special propartion for University
and Professiornl entrance. For tonus, etc.,
apply to.
REV. W.E-PEItUIN
Principal,
The College, Calgary, N, W, V.
������WFnll Term Commences Sept 16,   517o-*to
Notice.
Under section 88 of the Mineral Act, lulus,
tho intorost of I hairles V.iai Ness iu the mineral claims Copper King, Aniii-onala, St.
I.nurence, Mothor Lode, Euroka, ltluobird,
anal Alace will ho sold by auction, sixty days
after date, unless the sum of $37.1,77 he paid
to mo forthwith.
N. F. JOHNSON.
Golden, B.C., Aug. 8th, 1898.        000-111
Notice.
When Mr. Hul; was in towulast
week we interviewed him with reference to the complaint made about the
nuisance caused at thu Hospital by the
slaughter-house. Mr. Hull sand he
had boon to sco thecause ol tho trouble
and had found the sluughtor-liouse
well kept. He considered that, there
was something very inconsistent in
the oiiicials complaining about ^the
sl��ughtur-house, especially as, on
making enquiry, he found it difficult
to ascertain the origintof the complaint.
Mr. Hull further complains that the
authorities, have, located���the public
nuisance ground a few hundred yards
from the Hospital, and he considers
that atnder the circumstances part of
the nuisance complained of must arise
from that. Mr. Hull said he had been
very willing to meet the people of
Oolden in any reasonable way iu
regard to this slaughterhouse. On a
former occasion they had complained
to him when it was located behind A.
C. Hamilton's stables und he had then
said that if the people of the town at
that time would select u place where
it would no longer be a nuisance to
them he would remove it to that place
The people selected the present site aud
he removed it there at his own expense.
He now considers ic unfair that he
should be asked to again remove it
from tho very site which the poople
themselves hid already seleoted as
being least likely to_cnusa nuisance;
especially seeing that he hud bought
from the Government the lot on which
tbo slaughter-house stands, and had,
at the time when he purchased it,
pointed out the purpose for whicli it
would be used. He had also incurred
considerable expense in erecting crib
work as a protection againt encroachments from the river. Mr. Hull blames
the Hospital authorities for locating
the Hospital on its present site seeing
that the slaughter-house was there
when the site was selected. Under the
circumstances he considers that he is
not justiiied in again incurring tho
expense of removing the slaughterhouse. If the people of the town with
the slaughter house removed as being
a nuisance he is willing that it be
done providing ho is provided with a
suitable piece of land und is recouped
for tho expense occurred, in which
caso he would hand^thom over the lot of
Iand,occupiedby the present slaughterhouse.
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Speaking of Golden; a writer in the
N. W. Magazine says : " Across the
Columbia, rising in forest-clothed
beauty and melting away in the distance, we see the Selkirk Mountains,
while parallel with thein, o. the eastward side, rango upon range, rise the
western slopes of tho Rockios, Golden
is a rapidly-growing mining town of
1,500 population, and is tiie point of
departure for the East Kootcna/ mill
ing country. During tho summer,
steamers ply between here and lhe
lakes at the head of tlio Columbia, a
distance of about 100 mile?, nnd roads
and trails lead from tho head of navigation to the Findlay Creek mining
district. In both these lields promising gold nnd silver mines are being
developed. The sportsman would do
well to stop at Golden and take the
steamer trip to the lakes. The lagoons
bordering the channel swarm wilh
ducks, geese and swans, nnd the headwaters furnish line trout and grayling
fishing."
"MV FRIENDS DESPAIR."
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Catarrh's Vidian for Years���An Unsolicited
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different remedies, hut found no relief until I
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PROVINCIAL CIVIL SERVICE.
A jSeeila'd Reform.
In his report to the government on
the civil service of tho Provinco, the
Hon. Jos. Martin says: "The under*
signoi has the honor to report that it
has been brought to his notice that in
many instances officials antl employees
of tho Government nre in the habit of
collecting aud receiving money for
various services connected either directly or indirectly with their work ns
such government officials or employees
'That in the opinion of Iho undersigned such action is prejudicial to the
best interests of the Province.
' The undersigned would ronommond
thar. no official or employee of the Government be allowed, under any excuse
whatsoever, to collect or receive for
his own use any moneys for any work
connected directly or indirectly with
the perfoimance of his duties as a government official or employee whether
such work was done during office
hours or nfter office hours.
"That no Government official or
employeee shall be allowed to engage
in any business or employment of any
kind whatsoever otlier than his work
as a Governmont official or employee,
without the consent of thoLicut.-Gov.-
In-Counoll."
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty (60)
davs after date I intond to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands nml Works
for permission to purchase MO acres aa!
lanit on tho South side of Finlay Creek,
East Kootonay, B. C.j described r.s tol-
Ipwa: ,   .   ���r
Commencing ntn post on the S. W. corner
of Lot 44, Cl. I. East kootenay, marked
"E. L. llradv's S. E. corner", thenco
North 80 chains; thence West m chains j
thence South 80 chains, snd thonco Kast
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"   E. L. BHADY,
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UK��� . S , THE GOLDEN EltA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1808.
:
ADDHESS TO THE PREMIER.
Welcomed fey Bis Constituent..
Premier Semlin was tendered a
magnificent reception in the Town
Hall of Ashcroft last Monday night.
Everyone tamed oat to do honor to
the Leader of the new Goverement. He
was presented with a congratulatory
address as follows:
To the Hon. Charles Augustus Semlin,-
Sir,���It is with unmixed pleasure
that we of this District, where
you have resided, and where
your daily .presence and influence
have been felt, where everyone knows
you, aud feels glad of the faot, have,
on this your temporary return to our
midst seized the opportunity to tonder
to you our warm aud sincere congratulations on becoming tho Prime Minister
of the Province of British Columbia
and the bearer of the highest gift of its
people.
We know, Sir that tbe higher the
position the greater are the attendant
responsibilities, but are confident that
your integrity and ability, the two
qualities of your character met forcibly demonstrated to us, coupled with
your experienoo as representative of
our distriot, and aa late Leader of Her
Majesty's loyal Opposition will enable
you to become known and respected as
thoroughly by the whole Province as
we kuow and respect you, and than
this we can ask for you nothing
better.
That your sphere of action and usefulness has been increased is a matter
of congratulation no doubt to yourself but also to your friends, to your
constituents, and to 'he whole
Province.
You have for four years fought an uphill battle ia which you have overcome
many difficulties, and availed yourself of every opportunity���a battle
which we here know hns been fought
at great sacrifice of vour own interest
aud has caused you many weary
hours���but your efforts have been
crowned with success, and that success has come at a time whioh called
for a man to fill the first position in the
land, and the Province feels confidence
iu its selection,
Hitherto you have been our renresen-
tuive, but today we meet you for Iho
first time as tho representative of the
whole Province, aud feel condfient that
overy resource of the whole Mainland
and island will be looked into and
that the reigu of sectionalism, favor-
. i.' Ism, uaipotiaau and cowardice, before
D.'ro ig corporations, is past, and tho
icigii of liberal, progressive, just and
fair administration cf ihe affairs of
Hie whole Province is at hand. Such
air, we feel assured, is your ambition
intention and aim.
We are wili) believe that theclosin.-
years of ai old century and the opening years of a new one are fraught
with affairs of importance, and on you
Sir, it rests to control tho destinies of
this Province during all tbat time.
We feel confidence in the result.
This Province has nil the natural
resources to make her great that Ihe
British Empire had in the days past.
We hope under her flag in the near
future to show her our possibilities,
our capabilities, our wealth, and to
take rank as the first Province in our
Dominion -that Dominion which now
Is the greatest of tho British possessions, and the development of this
power lies in your hands.
In conclusion allow us, Sir, to once
more cordially congratulate you on the
proud position which you to-day bold,
and to ox press the wish that you may
long be spared to guide the destinies of
British Columbia.
Hon. Mr. Semlin replied in fitting
terms to the address.
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NEWS IN BRIEF.
Dangerous illness is reported of the
Hon. M. C. Cameron, Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territories.
W. Nicholson was killed by lightning at McDonald, and William Black
at Franklin, Man.
An explosion of fire damp occurred
at the Umpire coal mines near Brownsville, Pa.   Fifty men are entombed.
The steamer Barbara Boscowitz,
one of the oldest in the service along
tho B. 0. coast, is a total wreck in the
Naas River, aud her cargo of salmon
is lost.
Madame Paulinier, wife of M. Chas.
Ernest Paulinier,member of the French
chamber of deputies, fired twice at M.
Oliver, who fell to the floor wounded,
and was taken to a hospital. Madame
Paulinier was taken into custody and
when questioned coolly announced "I
wished to kill M. Milleraud."
There are said to be 500 enses of
fever at Dawson City. Major Talbot
says trouble is anticipated in Dawson
during the approaching winter, owing
to the large number of men out of
employment.
HOME   ENEMIES.
They Mislead and Deceive Inexperienced Women.
Home enemies in the form of package dyes and dyes composed of a large
proportion of common soap and very
little coloring matter, are creating
great loss and consternation in many
homes. These deceptive dyes that
only benefit the manufacturer and retailer wilh fat profits, mislead aud ale-
ceive inexperienced women. Tne
women who regularly uso the Diamond
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all that lhe manufacturers promise -
purity, fastness, fullness of color and
great brilliancy. To those who have
been deceived by cheap, trashy dyes,
n-e say with confidence, "Give the
Diamond Dyes a trial, and you will
bless the day that such colors were
given to women." Diamond Dyos
color anything any color. 5il(i
At the general conference of the
Methodist church held in Toronto an
attempt was made to fix the minimum
amount which the members should
contribute to the funds of the church,
and au effort was made to fasten a
system of beneficence upon the Metho
d.sts of the dominion which would
require them to give one-tenth of
their individual earnings. The committee to whom the matter was referred, reported to the conference In favor
of the principle of the people giving a
tenth of their incomes to the church.
A X arrow Eacape.
Thankful words written by Mrs Ada
E. Hait, of Groton, S. D. "Was
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terminated in Consumption, Four
Doctors gave me up, saying I could
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not stay with my friends on earth, I
would meet my absent ones above. My
husband was advised to get Dr. King's
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took in all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God, I am saved and
now a well and healthy woman." Sold
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INTERVIEW WITH THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Reforming the Civil Service,.-Semlin
Government Iwlll Appeal to tbe
Country,
The Winnipeg Tribune reports the
following interview with the Hon.
Joseph .Martin, attorney-general of li.
C.: "Mr. Martin smiled when the
reporter told him of the reports that
had come over Ihe wires of his inves-
gntion of the government offices and
Sliding of officials therein who could
not give a statement of what they were
employed to do. In reply to questions
on this line he stated that thero had
been undoubtedly a number of unuecs-
sary offices under tbe old government
and that they proposed to immediately
set to work to reform these things.
He could not predict how much of a
saving they would make in the running of the machine of government,
but at all events they would introduce
economical methods and put things on
a businesslike basis. He expected a
very considerable saving. It was im
possible to compare the cost of government in British Columbia aud Manitoba, because the former province
controls its lands, mines, etc., nnd
these while sources of revenue require
departments to manage them.
Asked how much of a majority the
new government bad Mr, Marti i said,
in bis usual off-hand manner, but
looking not in the least worried over
it, that tliey had iione. That is if the
independents voted against the government ii would be in the minority.
"But the governmont don't seem to
be worrying over the situation?"
queried tho reporter.
"Of course not for in that case
there would lie an appeal to tho coun
try. Mr. Martin didn't finish the
sentence, but it was evident that bo
felt no feor in the evont of another
general election."
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Chas. Cautwiugiit, PnorniETOR.
Good accommodation for Miners.
Best Brands of Liquors Kept.
Saddle or Pack Horses for Sale or Hire
182tc
DECEIVED TO DEATH.
Insidious to tho Last Degreo���Kidnoy Troubles Stealthily Work Havoc���Seath American Kidney Cure a Potent Hculor.
This caption coulil be truthfully written on
many a burial certificate, aud in numbers
that would appall. Bright'* di-aeiise, t!i;i-
laetes, gravel unit stone in tlio bladder, inflammation ot' tbo bladder, dropsy. Any or
all may be induced by causes loast suspectod,
perhaps the least thought of, and yet most
(liiugoroiifl is tho back at-he symptom. Don't
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Kidney Cure is a quick reliever, and a powerful hauler,���Clonuses and cures. full
Sold by G. A. Warren
Read the GOLDEN ERA.
Oolden Markets.
Wheat ��l.CO to $1.05
Oats  0.60 to  0.B8
Barley  0.25 to   0 30
Beef (live)  4.50 to   4.75
Beef (dressed)  8.50 to   8.50
Pork (live)  5.50 to  5.50
Pork (dressed)   8.00 to   8.00
Mutton 10.00 to 10.00
Butter  0.25 to   0.35
Eggs  0.25 to   0.50
Hay (baled) 17.00 to 20.00
Hay (loose) 14.00 to 14.00
Potatoes  0.75 to   0.1)0
The Belvidere
H40.00
Superior to all others Irrespective
of price.  Catalogue telle you
why.  Write for one.
NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO,
339 BROADWAY,
New York.
Factory,
BBLVIDBRB, ILL.
Canadian
Pacific Hy
East via the Lake Routes.
Steamerx Leave Vt. William
Alberta every Friday.
Athabasca every Sunday.
Manitoba every Tuesday.
Connecting with trains from Golden.
< ���
One way and Round Trip Tickets at
Groatly Reduced Prices.
Upper Columbia
Navigations Tramway
& Iqterqational Transportation Co'y.
Go,
Ltd.,
Connecting with C.P.R. at Golden, B.C., and Great
Northern Railway at Jennings, Montana.
S.OOOOO oooooosoo
Steamer will leave Golden Cor Windermere, water
permitting on
October ioth and 24th.,
and will carry
Freight Only.
.wast
C. II. Parson,
"Manager.
Shorey's Ready=to=Wear
Clare Serge Suits.
Klondike Gold Fields
Direct via C. P. E. .Steamers to
Wrangel & Skagway.
At Cheapest Kates.
Sailing! from
VICTORIA k VANCOUVER
Rosalie  Sep. 1
Cottage City  " 2
Tees  " 2
Alki  " 7
City of Seattle  " 8
Topeks   " 12
Amur  " 1*
Rosalie   " 15
Garonne  " 15
C.P.R. connection through from Vancouver to
Dawson city In 10 days
Apply to the nearest Canadian Pacific Railway Agent, or address
ROBT. KERR,
Traffic Manager,
Winnipeg, Man.
C. E. WELLS,
lite Ticket Agent, Golden
...WE  PRINT...
LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
ACCOUNTS,
CIRCULARS,
ENVELOPES,
HAND BILLS,
TICKETS,
TAOS,
CARDS,
POSTERS,
LAW BRIEFS,
BANK WORK,
LUMBER BOOKS,
BILLS of LADING,
ELECTION TICKETS,
DRUGGISTS LABELS,
DOCUMENT WRAPPER8,
RECEIPT and DELIVERY BOOKS.
Bond us your orilcr��.
That in what we aro here for.
The Golden Era Company
Limited Liability.
E. A. HAGGEN,
Managing Director.
Address: Golden, B. C.
Made from pure worsted stock, 20 oz.
to the yard, in weight. Absolutely fast
dye. Blue or black. Double wrap Italian
lir.ir.gs. Pullar sleeve linings. In four
button sacks. Well tailored aud right *tp
to date.
Retailed at
$12.00
Tailors ask
$25.00
See that Shorey's Guarantee Card is
in the pocket of each garment: it means
" Satisfaction or your money back."
COLUMBIA RIVER
IiUJVIBER CO., liT'D*
Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds
of Lumber, Etc.
 CONTRACTORS TO THE C.P.R.
Golden and Beaver, B. C.
357st
Guessing or knowing shoes.
The difference between buying
a pair of " Slater Shoes" and a
pair of common shoes, is just   ss
the difference represented in a
sealed letter aud au opened one
with a responsible signature.
The sealed letter may contain ,���
a large cheque, or a bailiff's notice. The 1
opened letter���well you know just what it is.     	
The common shoes may be good ones under the finish
but bow do vou know ?
"Slater Shoes " bear a pedigree tag which tells exactly
the leather they're of, its wear, pecularities or faults.
Goodyear Welted,   fo.50, U-5�� and $5.50 per pair.
"THE SLATER SHOE.*
-Jr&idr&tek
II. G. Parson, Solo Local Agent.     242
Munson    No.   2.
The best  writing machine.     The only INTERCHANGEABLE STEEL
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EDGAR A. HILL, Manufacturer, 94 98 Wendell St,, Chicago.
534 THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
F. Fields has gone to Field to start
a barber shop thero.
Capt. Armstrong will return to
Golden in about six weeks.
F. Lablanche, a bridgeman, wns
killed at Bear Creek on Monday through
falling between the cars of a freight
train.
The Glacier hotel is to be again
enlarged by the addition of two more
storeys to the annex.
The Crow's Nest contractors aro
suing the C. P. K. for moneys alleged
to bo due to thein.
A sensation has been caused in the
west by the report that the Goldon
Cache clean-up has boon stolen.
The Golden Lumber Company aro
advertising nt Calgary for 150 men.
Thest> mon are wauted to increaso the
force in the different camps.
The Cranbrook Herald reports a robbery at St. E'.igeno Mission, whereby
the inmates wero stripped of their
valuables.
In order to find space for news
matter,Jsomo of which was held over
from last week, we have to omit our
usual lending articles from this issue.
Harvest homo services will be conducted in the Presbyterian church on
Sunday next, morning and evening at
the usual hours.
Mr. Jelly, of Claresholm, has taken
Mr. Thorn's place as telegraph operator
at Golden, and Nr. Thorn has been
transferred to Calgary.
The Kootonay Mail is urging that
Prof. Robertson, Government mining
expert, should report on the Big Bend
and Albert Canyon mines this year.
The C. P. B,. have arranged to make
extensive improvements at Laggan,
including the erection of a live-stall
round-house ^of stone, the laying of
new tracks "and buildings for the
employees,
The servic3s at St. Peter's church,
Donald, on Sunday noxt Oct. 2th will
be as follows: 11 a.m. Morning
Prayor, and Celobration of Holy Communion. 7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
and   Sermon,
The Nelson Miner very truly Saiys :
"Hon. Joseph Martin's determination
to enforce the law against the employment of Chinese in mines to tho exclusion of white labor will moot with the
approval of miners throughout the
Province,"
Tho World thus describes the effect
of tbe reforms being introduced into
the civil service of the Province by the
fleml'" government: "A reign of
terror as far ns the Provincial civil
servants is concerned has been inaugurated, and as the days go by the cry
goes forth ' Who will be tho noxt ?' "
The new copper wire between Montreal and Vancouver has been completed, Tho actual distance covered is
about 2,!)00 miles, making the line
probably the longest direct land circuit
in tho world. To pass over this
immense distance occupied only one-
fifth of a second.
Mr. E. E. Vincent, manager of the
Alberta Hotel, Calgary, is taking quite
an interest, in drawing attention to the
mineral resourca^s of this part of Kootonay, and nt his request wo have sent
him a collection of saimples ot ore
characteristic of tho minora! resources
of the district.
The paiu of a burn or scald is almost
instantly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It also heals
the injured parts more quickly than
any other treatment, and without the
burn is very severe does not leave a
scar. For sale by all druggists, Lang
ley k Co, wholosale Ageuts. Victoria
and   Vancouver. 621
Ed. Johnson, foreman at Hie Hall
mines, went down tho Kootonay
Bonanza shaft to examine the effects
of a shot, but did not allow sufficient
time for the poisonous fumes of the
powder to escape. When about night
feet from the bottom of tho slinIt he
became dizzy, fell out of tho bucket
And broke his neck.
Complaints nro made that during
the past week tho mail has not como
o.i tho firs' section of No. 1 hut hits
dropped in sevoral hours afterwards,
preventing people from answering that
day's correspondence. Wo have beam
asked to draw tho attention of the
postal authorities to this matter with
a view to having thecauseof complaint
remedied.
The results of the plebiscite poll for
this district, so far ns we have been
able to ascertain them are:���Golden,
for prohibition 30, against 32, rejected
1; Rogers Pass, for prohibition 4,
against 5; Boavor, for prohibition 10,
against 7 ; Donald, for prohibition 16,
agaimit. 7; Palliser, for prohibition 4,
. against 3.
Golden will shortly be able to boast
of one of the finest curling and skating
rinks in the country. Tho dimensions
of the new building started this week
are 75 feet by 180 feet. Thero will be
B skating rink 38 feet by 50 feet In the
centre of the building nnd a curling
rink will be arranged on each Bide of
the bnilding. Waiting rooms will he
provided both upstairs and down. The
site of the building is on the first
street past H. G. Parson' s store and
extending to the Port Steele ro-id. J.
Henderson is the contractor for the
building. The old curling rink is
being demolished so that thotinibe-
jnay be used in tb,o new rink, I
The poll on the Dominion plebiscite
took place yestorday. E. A. Haggen
was returning officer nnd D. M, Rae
poll clerk at Golden, and the returning
officers at the other polling booths in
this electorate were as follows: Donnld, W. S. Ruttan ; Rogers Pass, J.
Cator; Beaver, C. E. Hamilton; Palliser, VV. C. Wells; Field, H. C. Killeen ; Wiudortnera, R. A. Kimpton.
With reference to Mr. Bostock's condemnation ot the postal arrangements
of British Columbia, theColonist says:
"Mr. Bostock hns managed to express
an opinion which will be accepted from
ono end of tho Province to the other
and quito without respect to party
politics. It is more than difficult to
get tbo Ottawa authorities to understand the necessities of this country.
It is impossible."
The Semlin Government intend holding a rigiil investigation into tt.o
Kootenay Lund Company and Canal
Flat transaction, also into the Crow's
Nest coal and Cnssinr railway charters.
As the Attorney-General, the Hon.
Joseph Martin will have these enquiries under his direct control, the peoplo
of British Columbia can depond on tho
investigation being a most thorough
one.
It is doubtful whether the Hyak
will be able to make another trip up
the river this season. On last week's
trip sho could only get as far as the
littlo warehouse with her cargo, which
weighed over 40,000lbs. On the way
back it was found that the water had
sr ill fallen several inches and evon the
empty scow got stuck on a bar at Red
Rock. The river is not in so good
condition for navigation as it was this
time last year.
Mr. Warren has received a letter
from P. White, formerly of Golden,
describing cases of terrible hardship
which he met with on his trip overland from Ashcroft to the Yukon,
Mr. White himself got through to
Glenora all right but found nothing of
couseiiuence, and soomed to bo utterly
disgusted with bis experiences. When
he wrote Mr. Warren ho was about to
head for Atlin Lake where the new
strikes hnve beon reported, and if ho is
not satisfied with the prospects there
ho wilj return.
Steady progress is being made with
ranching in the vicinity of Thunder
Hill. J, Bullman has put up 22 acres
of oaten hay and 15 acres of timothy
this year C. Russell is busy getting
cleared and in cultivation the block of
land which he recently took up behind
Mr. Bullman's. J. Spencer has done a
lot of improvements ou the fine ranch
which he has on Findlay Creok, and
ho bad 12 acres under cultivation this
season, from which he took off an
excellent crop of oaton hay.
H. G. Lowe paid us a frantic visit
tho other day over something that
occurred during tho election. We
endeavored to do our duty during the
election, but it is now over and done
with so far as wo are concerned ; and
we can ouly account for Mr. Lowe's
abuse by tho fact that be was.eithcr not
responsible for his actions at the time
of his visit or was buffering from
swelled head, consequent on his recent
occupation of travelling over the conn
try at the public expense in the service
of a Government whose interests he
did his utmost to damage.
Field is going ahead rapidly. Within tho past three months a number of
new rcaialcuct'S have been built, and
Messrs. Carlin & WyokoS show a
healthy sign of business in the enlargement of their store. The walls of tlio
new round-house are completed, but
there is still a lot of excavation work
to bo dono. Mr. Carlin's contract having callod for 110,000 to 35,000 yards of
earth work. S. High is foreman for
the contractor and there nro about
twenty team's of horses and some forty
men engaged on Ihe railway works.
Tlio difficulty has been to procure
enough men to push ahead with the
work.
A STRANGE CASE.
MR. JAS. CROSGREY, OF PORT
HOPE, TELLS AN INTERESTING STORY.
Hit Right Leg Swollen to Three Times
Its Natural ttUe--Cloerg Followed
and for a Tear and a Half Doctors'
Treatment Failed to Help Hloi.
From the Fort Hope Times.
"It was nearly as largo as that telephone pole." Theso words were used
by Mr. Jas. Crosgroy, for eight years
a resident of Port Hope, Ont, Mr.
Crosgrey is in the employ ot Mr. R. K.
Scott, who has a feod store on Walton
street, and is well and favorably known
in town and vicinity. Less than two
vears ago Mr. Crosgrey was the recipient of much sympathy on account ot
a ^severe affliction which hefel him,
depriving him of the use of his right
leg, and from doing any labor except a
tow odd days work. His recovery was
wrought so suddenly and completely
that the Times considered the matter
would be of sufficient interest to its
readers to obtain an interview with
Mr. Crosgrey. In substance Mr. Crosgrey told the following story of his
illness:- "In April, 1895,1 was laid up
for seven weeks with typhoid fever,
and after I recovered from the fever
iny right leg began to swell. It was
very painful indeed, and iua few weeks
it was three times its natural size-
nearly as large as that telephone pole,"
and he pointed to a stick of timber ten
inches in diameter. "Nothing tbe
doctor did gave me any relief, and I
consulted another with the same result. I suffered for nearly five months
when I noticed that the swelling began
to decrease and I became hopeful of
recovery. But the improvement only
continued for a short time and then
the swelling became greater and two
big ulcers formed on the insido of the
leg above the ankle. These ulcers
were right through to tho bono and
you could put that much into them."
and Mr. Crosgrty indicated on his
thumb an object an inch in length
"For the next year and a half I was
treated by four or five doctors but my
leg and the ulcers wero as bad as ever.
The doctors pronounced the disease
phlebitis or inflamiition of the veins
They didn't seoui io know what to do
for ine, however, and I despaired of
getting well." Mr. Crosgrey's relief
camo in a strange manner, almost by
chance one might say. He tells of it
this way:���'I had a relative living
near. Tees water, named William Baptist. He heard of my condition nud
sent word to me to try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. His reason f jr recommending them, he stated was because they
had cured him of serious trouble iu
both legs, when all else hud faiiod.
decided to try thorn and in less than
five weeks the ulcers wero completely
healed and tho swelling in my legs disappeared. The ulcers never returned
and my leg is just about ns sound as
tho other one. I know that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills alono cured ine when
doctors and all others medicines failed
and I am willing that the details of my
illness and cure ho made known." Mr.
Crosgrey, who is 41 years of ago, is now
at work every day. The nature of his
work, that of lifting heavy bags of
flour and feud, is proof ot his complete
recovery. Ho is a life long friend of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pillsand never lets
an opportunity pass of speaking a good
word for them.
The above statement was sworn to
before Ihe undersigned at Port Hope,
on the 17th day ot February, 1898.
A Frightful islander.
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald,Out or Bruise, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the hest in the world, will kill
tho pain and promptly hoal it. Cures
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Uloors, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25cts.
n box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
Druggists.
THE CHANCE OF
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"The Family Herald
And Weekly Star,'
Of Montreal,
"The Golden Era,"
for the balance of 1898 for ouly 26cts.
540
D. H, ClllHHOLH.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
SWANSEA Mineral Claim, situate in the
Windermere Mining Division of North East
Kootenay District
Where located t-rOn Windermere Mountain about three miles north of tho village ol
Windermere
Tnko notice that We, S Bretror, W B Abc\
Joseph Lake and Geo 8 McCarter, Freo
Miners Cortif.c. es Nos 80191,96*61,80O74,
GdtllA, respective 1 , ine id, sixty days from
tho date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a certificate ot improvements, lor
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of
Iho above claim
And further take notice that action, under
section 37. must he commenced before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements
Daloal this (ith day of October, 18U8
MlnflO
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Subscription, 82.60 per annum,   Subscrip-
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Rates to Westinlnaiter Exhibition.
Mr. E. J. Coyle, District Passenger
Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
has i sued a circular giving effect to
the following rates in connection with
the Westminster exhibition : ���
Illecillewaet   $1440
Glacier  14.90
Beavcrinouth  15.00
Donald  15.95
Golden   1G.45
Palliser  lfi.85
Field  17.45
Hector    17.70
Laggan  18.G0
Those rates nro excpiionnlly low, in
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iu its endeavor to foster and make successful the Provincial Exhibition to be
held iu New Westminster than the
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Iu addition, the railway company
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will puy regular rates to New Westminster, and providing same do not
change hands they will be returned
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In tho
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-Sole Agents for Morgan
Crucible Company, Butter-
sea; Becker's Son's Butanes; Branlon k Pearse's Pocket Mine Transit, etc,
MACFARLANE & Co.,
Vancouver, II. C.
P.O. Boj 855. Tolegraphio Address:   "ASSAY," Vancouver,!!. C. lallo

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