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lhe Oolden Bra
Is lhe ram* widely circulated and
'    (Kit advwtiiing medium in East
��t*t*nay.   Thia ii tht paper that
hi nad by th. miners, th. rancher*,
,    -A. railroaders and lumbermen.
SV-JWorlptlon, $8.00 per Annum
ia Adraneo	
Tiie Golden Era,
Hai been appointed tha flnHSS
for North East Kootmay fer
Dominion snd Pieslaeisl (rot.
eminent notice*-tnd idiwili.
ments.   Pabilshtd by
Taa OoLBca En C��., Li*., I*-*,
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TQL. VIII NO. 42.
GOLDEN B.C.. FRIDAY,   MAY 19,   1899.
Honest Values
One Hundred and Ten Cents '
Worth of Goods
For Every Dollar you spend with us,
that li tht rtason onr business has inoreaeed so rapidly, one cnstomjr tends
another and #. try to auit them all, and we alway* *ncc*ed with bright intei-
li-pot oeopl* who know when they are gettlnR big value lor their raonay.
SPECIAL.     BARGAINS
In   Every   Department.
Dry Goods.
35 inch heavy grey cotton 6 cents.
88 inch fancy art muslin   10   "
Light and dk. indigo prints (fast) 12i cents.
Groceries.
Toilet Soap���6 bars for 10 cents.
Dried California peaches and prunes 10 cents.
Fine white onions���61bs. for 25 cents.
Chiittic's Biscuits���1 *.g. contignmint arrived to-day.
Shoes.
Ladies colored Oxfords $2.00 goods for $1.25
Ladies black * -.'.OO      " 1.50
Men's cycle shoes, best quality 2.25.
Slater Shoos -full assortment in black -md colors.
Clothing.
Men's serge suits reduced to $4.90. *
Men's fine tweed suits veduced to 6*85,
. Ifon'sScotch .suits reduced to ii.10.
Mats.
Ladies mixed straw sailors 75c.
Men's English rough straw 1.:.-().
. i v     Men's fine fe) t cyclomete; 2- 75.
GOLDEN GOING AHEAD.
At no time has Golden had a bright'
���r prospect before it then now. Tht
fact that this town it being mad* tbt
Government head-quarters for North
East Kootenay it doing much to help
It. Golden has also been made the
head-quarters of the big bisiness of
the Columbia River Lumber Company.
The upper country it forging ahead
tnd Golden it the river port ind provide! the beat means of communication
with that txtsusivt and rich tract cf
country. Tht mineral prospects of
late have vastly improved and good
locations have been made so handy to
transportation that they justify development. Capitalists are devoting attention to this district and are now
prepared te take up anything that ia
sufficiently promising. More development work of a bona, fide character
will be done this year in North East
Kootenay than in any previous year
in the history of tha district. The
copper boom is helping things out,
and for a copper-gold oamp it will be
hard to beat North East Kootenay.
That store house of wealth in the
north is also being opened to enterprise,
and Golden is the gateway to its richis
and resources. The attention now
being devoted to Tete Jaune Cache is
but the beginning of a great migration
to tbe the north, with its agricultural
aid pastoral areas, its placer gold
fields, its gold, silver, lead, copper
and mica deposits, and its wealth of
timber. We believe tbat Golden is
destined to become a great outfitting
point for the north and that there ia
not another point along the railway
line that hat the same advantages
Golden it also destined to be an important railway centor, where will
converge the lines that will open up
th. gnat western valley of the Rocky
��� Mountains, extending from the Ameri-
um boundary to Alaska. People have
waited, and sometimes grown dis-)
i iisartined with *o waiting, for th*
turn of iho tide, but if we may judge
froin th* influx of peopl* into Gulden
iliis spring and the   fact tbat ther* is
��� ol a vacant house to be had in tha
tuw.i, the tide has turned and Golden
will,share in the geueral prosperity
tiiar lim brlgliiiiied lhe Canadian al-j
���twiiber* from ��a*i i o west.
LA GK1*��1'E VICTIMS
Will iii Thousands of Canes Have lo Fight
Catarrh Unit**-* Iir. Agnew's Catarrhal
Powder is l:.*ed .u Prevent the Sowiag ef
the .**eei'.
COLUMBIA    RIVER
LUMBER   CO.
GOLDEN  HILL BE-M0DELLED.
A Busy Season In Prospect.
Sine* assuming tii* position of Ste-
ritary-Treasurer of tb* Columbia
River Lumber Company, Mr. P. W.
Jones, formerly holding the responsible josition of Asssistant General Man*
sger of the C.P.R. at Winnipeg, haa
been sparing no effort to put new life
and method into the business of the
Company, with the result that the
Company's mills at Beaver, Golden
and Kualt will have a larger output
this season than any other lumbering
concern in British Columbia, The
mill at Golden hae been entirely remodelled and fitted up for the most
part with a brand new plant manufactured by the Hamilton Manufacturing
Co. of Peterborough. The motive
power is supplied from two boilers
each of 150 horse-power and two en
gi lies, one 70 and the other 60 horse
power, aggregating 180 h.p. The
boilers are substantially built in brick
on solid foundation and the enginee
are set in powerful framing. J. Moore
is again in charge of the engine-room
this season. Going into the milling
department one is surprised to see the
array of substantial belting carrying
the power from tha engines to the
various points required. Of the new
plant tha mast prominent machine
built en the ground floor is ths steam
nigger, an ingenious contrivance
which, hy lha manipulation of a lever
i i the hands of the sawyer, raises the
log, turns it louuil as often as required
and presses it into position on the
frame of the travelling carriage, ready
for cutting. C. Pearce, who has such
an excellent record as a sawyer, is at
his old place, but his responsibility is
doubled, as, with one hand on the
driving rod of the steam nigger, and
the other ou motor lever of the travelling saw-bench, he guides the logs Into
position and gnagea 1 lie cult to be
taken out of each. J. Wood occupiee
his former petition in charge of the
travelling bench as it makes its lightning flashes buck and forth with its
burden of raw timber about to be con
H. G. PARSON.
<aenfcral Merchant.
Alexander Block.
Tl;e wife of u prominent physician or To
ruiiio was a victim of Catarrh iu iiu worst
form,     rilio  hied  almost overy tri-ntiiwHit
known iu tbe world of medicine without receiving nny hinting benelit.   Hearing of the
I Almost niiraculuui*  cures  inwle by ur. A��-
uew'i  CiiUnha! IWler, sh*) procured it,
['Orflerorctl iu its uso fur eight mouths, nun
i wan fully rentuiwl, f.ml uli symptom* of th*
I dreudod diae-tise entdiuntud Irom her aysio.u.
| kibe suya, "After yearn of sutfct ing 1 rejoice
1 te be freed."   Name given ou application.
meld itt U. A. Warren.
verted into   the mitnafucturud article.
Upper Columbia
(LIMITED)
& International Transrortation Co.
Cofineoting with C.P.R. at Golden, B.C.
Direct" Route to Athalmer &. Windermere,
and surrounding Mining District
Steamers Leave Golden Tuesday and Friday
mornings at 4 a.m.
The Only Quick and Comfortable Route.
Consignors will be charged with all way freight between
Oolden and Windermere at which point a Company's
agent will be stationed.
AU freight and charges on goods to Windermere and
points beyond will have to be paid to the Company's
agent at Windermere before delivery of good...
C.  H.  PARSON,
Manager.
Tiie new saw-bench is a big affair,
carrying a IB-inch main saw and a 40
inch lop saw. From the saw the
various kin-ls of timber are automatically carried over the irimnier, edger
or slab-slasher aa the case may be to
where the undimseii timbers receive
tliiiir liiuil treatment ready for the
market. A Carrol is in charge of the
edging machinery. Shavings and
sawdust sre automatically carried
clear of th* machinery by conveyors
and place 1 in bins ou ssch side of th*
mill ready to be carted away. The
mill has been considerably enlirged to
accomiuod.it* the new machinery and
has now a capacity of 60,000 feet a
day, the capacity being just double
that of the former plant. The new
pl.<nt has besn arranged and fitted up
uuder the supervision of H. W. Harrison tht Company's mill foremun.
Other improvements added are increas
ed accommodation for handling timber
and new side tracks for the accommodation nf cars. The outside operations
of the Company are in the hands of the
ective and energetic Manager, M. Carlin, and tha camp foreman, C. W. Bubar, who has earned a high reputation
by liis close attention to tbe interests
of the Company. I. Pearce is again
Four years ago Annie Patterson, ot Sack :��� -.hiima nf the railwav Murine Inr
villa, N.U.. bada very severe attack of La: " ���u** 01.'"** ""'""y ��"��"" lor
Grippe, which left her with a very acute! I|*����',K "a��� between tbe C.P.R and
.'111*111 oi' stomach troable. She had about the mill. J. R. Macintosh continues *
give* up hope of a permanent cure whea ae accounta.i' of the firm aid S. G.
BO-.th Auiericsn Nervine mi, recommended RoW^   aB   book.keeperi     W, wish
All Ottawa Telegr.i.ii s.iya : 'Hewitt Bostock scored a liig victory co-iiay
*.t the railway committee when the
British Columbia Southern Bill came
up. He exposed the Canadian Pacific
railway tor exploiting co.viiHium, inflii*
i toning tbe Moyie case, with the result
lhat I In- Hon. Mr. Mail- promised lo
aw to >i, us .he power wu* given to
ihe -.I'vcrtiiiieiit in tne Crow's Nest
Mi-mi.dy act to locals stations. He
also said that the general railway act
would bo amended to give Ibis --ower
Iii I he government generally."
WIIB-f HOPK'-i CONE
Lite's noi Worth the Living. South American W rvihe Restores Hope and 1'erfeut
Btallii.
tn her. .-he procured it, and in a very shun
time experienced woudort'ul relief. After
.-iking nn bottJoH -be wan absolutely cured.
���She nays i " I believe it to be the most eH'ec
ive remedy fur stomach trouble iu the market*"
Sold by C. A. Warren.
ENTERTAINHENT.
Last Monday 'he long-expected concert in aid of St. Paul's Church, Oolden, waa given in the Columbia Hall to
a large and appreciative audience. The
following ia the programme:
FART  I.
Piano "Military Pslonaise" Chopin
Miss Devlin.
Vocal   'Mary of Argyle" Nelson
Rev. J. Musrue.M. A.
Vocal..."Alice, Ou Done EstTu?"  Ascher
Mrs. Robbins.
Vocal "My Lady's Bower".... Temple
Mr. E. Plowright.
Piano.. "The Hunting Song". .Mendelssohn
Miss Devlin.
Vocal "The Holv City" Adams
Rev. J. Munroe, M.A.
PARI II.
Glee.... "O, Hush Thee My lisbia". Sulliraa
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Plowright, Mr. Mun-
roo, Mr. Plowright.
Piano  "Chachoucha Caprice"  Raff
Miss Devlin.
Vocal  "The King's Highway   . Mallny
Mr. E. Plowright.
Vocal  "Ave Maria"	
..(From "Cavalleria ftugticana"i..Mascngni
Mrs. Robbins.
Comedy "Six Cups of Chocolate."
CASTE t
Miss Adeline Von l.ind.iu Mrs. Taylor
Miss Dorothy Green  Mrs Bacon
Miss Marion Lee Miss Parson
Miss Hester Beucon Mrs. Plowright
Miss Beatrix Van Kortlandt... Miss C Lung
Mile. Jeanette Durand Miss Devliu
To judge the performance of a graduate uf the Toronto Conservatoire re-
quires more wit than is usially
possessed by the ordinary critic. It
must suffice to say that in the three
selections allotted to ber Miss Devlin
exhibited a delicacy of touch, a power
of expression, yet withal a vivacity
and control of the instrument, rarely
witnessed. Ths rendering of Mendelssohn's "Hunting Song" called forth aa
an encore a Military March by Gounod,
that of the "Chachoucha Caprice" a
Cavalry March by Spindle, both played in the same masterly style, as were
also the accompaniments to all the
songs. Of th* vocalists the palm
must be given to Mrs. Robbins. to
whose cultured voice it was a pleasure
to listen. The encores of ber two
songs were anawered by "When Love
is Kind," and a Gavotte from Micnon.
"Mary of Argyle" was somewhat high
for Mr. Mulira's voice. But his expressive rendering of "TheHoly City,"
more suited to his compass, obtained
the well-merited encore '-Rocked in the
Cradle of ths Deep," which again
brought out bis strongest poiut, viz..
his low notes. Of Mr. Plowright's
two songs the second one showsd evident signs of his recognition, not ap.
parent in the first, of the favor of the
audience, resulting in u mure spirited
and expressive rendering of "The
King's Highway," an encore for which
was answered by an an evident favor
ite, -'Jack's ilie Boy for me." Sullivan's beautiful glee "O, Hush Thee
My Baby," was a fair attempt at glee*
singing, but showed signs of scanty
practise. The last item on the pro-
gramme, the comedy, "Six Cups of
Chocolate," was a fit ending to a successful entertainment. The plot in a
few words is this : Six young ladies,
secretly in love with one gentleman,
meet in the house of one of them; they
proceed to confide their secret to each
other; one reads a letter from the
lover, which is found to be couched in
language identical witb one which
each haa received ; all with marked
signs of anger and soorn siga a letter
of repudiation returning his letters; all
rush to the window to see the lovei
passing by, and amid groans of indig
nation the curtain falls. The perform
ance of this little comedy was said by
an eye-witness to be unsurpassed by
any amateur players in tbe east. It
repeatedly elicited much laughter from
a delighted audience. On the whole
Golden is to be congratulated upon
counting among its residents the possessors of such musical and histrionic
talant. as to enable thim to retain for
two hours the pleased attention of an
admiring audience.
YOU   CAN   BUY
*,' .Groceries, Stationery, Tinware, Boots & Shoes,
Glassware, Hardware, Gents Hats and Caps, Para-
* ��tei},. Blinds, Clothing, Umberellas* Fancy Goods,
Gents Furnishings, Neck Ties Men's Gloves and
Mitts, Ladies Gloves, Iron Beds, Spring Beds, Mat:
t-ftssa, Pillows, Saddles, Baby Waggons, Whips,
Cigars, Flour, Bran, Oats.
Special Values in Teas and Coffees at
C.     A,     WARREN'S.
the Coinpa <y a successful season's
business, and there is every promise of
it. The success of this lumbering enterprise meant much to Golden and
district, and the Company's business
���lipears   to   be   in   the hande of   the
The United  State* Government lias| !';K,b' f"" who J��� D^Mt of pushing
it to the acme of success, The value
of thie enterprise to Golden may be
judged by tbe fact thut the Company
cleared from the canyon of Kootenay
River near Jennings the worst rocks
and made it a great deal safer for navigation. The principal work done was
olaiting out a big rock which waa
situated in the middle of the channel
in th* canyon and to accomplish this
700 pounds of giant powder wa* put
into it and wat touched oS by an elee-
trio battery, th* shook from th* explo-
sion lieing felt in Jennings. Th*
-removal of thi* rock has straightened
:heohanoel and thrown the current
entirely along tbe eastern aide uf the
strum, making* it muoh easier for tha
boat* to lin* up than heretofore."
Dr.
A FIBBT BKIN.
Agaew's Ointment Will Soothe, Cool
|      and Heal it.
With the skin fairly ablaze from itching,
burning skin diseases, tuck as ecsema.tetter,
itch, salt rheum, scald head, and otbsr distressing eruptions, one application of Dr.
Agnew's Ointment will quench the Are, giv*
Instant r*li*f and tomfort s will cure and leavo
tha akla clear and soft. In three to five
nights it trill cure any kind of piles.
S*W kyC. A. Warfea.
SEE THE BITTNER CO. MAY 28.
is at present   employing 200 hands i.i
this portion of the distriot alo..e
RANCHING IN  THE COLOMBIA
VALLEY.
Importations of Purs Bred Stock
Last week J. L McKay received
from tbe east a consignment of stock
for the Company's ranch, of which be
ia manager. The consignment included fourteen thorougbred bulls, mainly
shorthorns, (elected with great care,
and laying th* foundation of a fin*
stud herd for tbe ranoh. With the
oattle wer* shipped two teams of
horses, ont of which it it safe to say
is among the finest Clydwdalst in Bri
tish Columbia. Thtrt was alto a two-
year-old stallion of fin* breeding. Even
the small things that go to make up a
first claw farm wer* not negltct*d and
the shipment included a quantity of
Plymi-uth Reck fowls.
St. Paul's Church.
The vicar and churchwardens of St,
Paul's Church. Golden, beg to tender
their sincere thanks to Mrs. and Miss
Devlin, and through them to thow
laditt ind gentlemen who to ably
assisted at tht entertainment on last
Monday night, and to all those who
rendered gratuitous services on that
occasion, for the gift of the proceeds
ia aid of the church, which amounted
to the handsome sum ef 171.50, which
has been increased by some very kind
friend to tbe round sum of $75. They
also wish to express their high appreciation of tbe character of the entertainment and of theeminently effective
manner in which each item of the programme wat rendered; involving, aa
it must have done, much anxiety and
careful rehearsing
Competition for . oys and Girls.
Every boy or girl who makes a cash
purchase of 10 cent* or upwards, at
H. J. Slarforlh's store, will have the
privilege of one guess at to how many
stamps art in a box placid iu window.
The nearett gutsser will receiv* a ttick
of taffy worth tl, Only one cipher (0)
allowed in each guess. Competition
open frem Monday morning next till
evening of Quwii't Birthday at 6
o'clock,
$2 Put Yam
TETE JAUNE CACHE
ARRIVAL OF  GOLDEN PARTY.
They Report Excellent Proi-
peots.~A Promising Quarts
Field.���Golden Affords the
Best Route and Outflttlnj
Point.
On Tuesday afternoon, nra.snting th* *rl*
dences oi a hard trip, Fred Holliday, F. Mor-
in and J. Longtin arrived in Golden frem
Tete Jaune Cache where they had spent th*
winter prospecting Swift Current Creek.
The party tolls a very different story from
Mr. Price, and as the members of the party
are well-known bore tbeir statements receive
thn utmost credit. The party left Golden
with their pack train on Sept. 2:'nd and were
24 davs in reaching the Cache, having had
to double track in order to take Price and
Evan's outfit along as well as their iiwn. But
for this double packing they could have gnoe
in in half the timo and we venture tn ray
there is not another route to Tete Jaun*
Cache that csn bs covered in anything like
tho sum* time as that, from Goldon. Th*
party reached Swift Current on Oct. 19th sad
set to work to prospect the Creek,which woik
was continued till Dec lmh. when the freezing up ofthe creek prevented further work.
Excellent prospects were obtained, showing
from 5 to 30 cents to the pan. No bedrock
work wss done, hut the depth to bedrock
where the party located at the foot of the
falls is net very great* not mor* than 18 feet
ami in some places thn bed rock can b* seen
sticking up through the bed of the creek.
Tlio party located for themselves and friends
about a mile from whir* the creek joins th*
Fraser. Tke best prospects were got bel*W
the canyon, the wash running 16 to 20 cents
to the pan. Messrs. Ullock, Hoble, Barry,
Hpton, Mitchell-Innes and Dainard bar* th*
best, ground. Tbo gold taken from rim-rock
was very coarse, and thero is every prospect
of rich ground being got at bed-rock. The
party located 600 feet nl ground and towards
the mouth of tbe creek gold was also found
but was fine. The creek in rough, with big
boulders, and some of it will be hard to handle
but a good deal nt it' ens be wnrktd at any
time. High water is experienced in July
and August from tho thawing of the glaciers.
The party put up a cabin and bunt a dam
to divert water for washing, ran a cut to
drain the ground, whipsawed lumber for
sluice-bexes and riffles, and got all in readiness for work when they bad to ceine out fer
provisions.
They had a hard trip out. They wore able
to bring the horses nnlv 40 miles this sido of
the Cache, which they left on May 1st. At
Dawson Creek, 10 miles beyond Wood River,
tbey came on deep snow and had to leave the
horses where there*) was feed; improvise
snowshoes and tmnin the rest nf the way to
Donald. They left ths Cacheon may 1st and
met Archdeacon McKay and auother man on
the 5th. The Archdeacon then expected to
reach the Cache in four days, and was getting along well.
On the way out the party found good foed
fur horses for a distance ef 100 miles but the
snow was doep on tho summit and parties
will not be able to cross thnt with horses he-
fore June 1st, when messrs. Holliday, Morin
and Longtin will start on the returu journey.
There is abundance of gold-bearing quArlz
in the vicinity of Tete Jaune, the gold being
visible to ths naked eye, and this quarts
covers nn area ot six or seven miles. The
formation changes 40 miles this side of Teto
Jaune Cache and the party reckon this country has a great future before it as a quartz
mining field.
There are'other creeks there which show
good prospects aud on which no gronnd has
yet been located. These srei Saptiste
('reek, 14 miles l-olow Swift Current, and
Quartz Creek, 7 milos further on. On both
of these creeks colors worth 10 to 15 cents to
tbe pan can be got right along.
GOLDEN BOARD OF TRADE.
A meeting of the Council was held
at the office of the Secretary on Friday
afternoon, when there were prasent;
President H. G. Parson. Vice-President
J. G. Ullock. W. McNeish, M. Dainard, C. H. Parson, C. A. Warren and
E. A. Haggen.
The receipt from the C.P.R. of J90
refund on the freight paid on the fire
engine wat acknowledged and a vote
of thanks passed the Company for
their public-spirited action.
A letter was received from W. C.
Wells, M.P.P. stating the result, of hit
recent visit to Victoria in the interest
of his constituency aud it was resolved
on th* motion of C. A. Warren.seconded by W. McNeish, that the thanks of
the Board be tendered to him together
with an expression of satisfaction on
the part of tbe Board at the success
of his representstions.
It was decided to direct the attention of Mr. Wells, M.P.P., to the
necessity for having tbe road to the
boat landing put in proper condltiou
before high water.
Reference was made to the bad condition of a part of the dyke on the
north side of the Kickinghorse above
the bridg*. making it dangerous to th*
town in tbe event of high water and
it waa decided to draw I he attention
of the Government Agent to the
matter.
A letter and circular were received
from the Grand Porks Board of Trade
re railway competition, and it wa*
resolved to endorse the resolution of
tbat Board.
The Secretary was instructed to call
a general meeting of members when
there was business to warrant a fur*
ther meeting.
It was decided to aik Mr. Bostock,
M.P., what success he had met with
in the matter of having a telegraph
line constructed and operated by tha
Dominion Government between Oolden
and Windermere during the coming
���eaion.
"The Galley Slave" at Columbia Rail, Monday Hay 22nd. To Advertisers and Subscribers.
The QOLDEN ElU ls*��publlshea every Friday evenu g U w ihebest advertisii g medium
in thu Bast K i iien.ii* diBtrtot,
Sui script it. n Rates :   l.'.ao per annum is ai>-
VANCE.
While all reasjiiablo care will 1"- t-.k-.i- iti-
proprietors will nut be responsible tor any
omiwlon or errcr In any advert isomeric.
All accounts to to i��iid to tin.' Manrgrg
Director, or his authorized affint, irom wik-ui
tbo Piiinpniiv's receipt will bo obtained.
Advertising rates: Display ads., Sl.j> per
column lucu; Leg.il ads.-iu cents per line ipr
first Insertion, 6 cents lor eaoh additional laser-
tion; Reading notices. u cents ner line each
issuH. Uuid and mineral (,Crown Grout )
notices same ue Government Gazette tl.'o.
Alt business euniiiiuiilcatloiis should   lie  nd-
dressed to the Managing Director, and aU literary c iininiink'atluns.Uvit'ts tor [lubllcattoii or
news items should bo addressed to tin- Editor.
Correeiwtidence Is invited on matters <>i public
Interest,but to secure publication such latter*
tun t be briefs In the case i>i anonymous letters
the name and address of Ibe "writer must be on-
clo'i-il. nut lor publication, but (ur the private
hnormati<ni   nl tbe edltl r and us a guarantee o
g !��� d taith Am* letter received later than Wednesday will have to stand over till the lollowlug
Issue.
Tbe Goldeu Era Co, Limited Liability.
OFFICE, GOLDEN, n. c.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Wednesday. May in.
The Dreyfus revision trial will bo held
Mny 29th.
The cluinn* of the U. s. in Morocco
have been settled.
The mny or i��f nn Ohio town wns horsewhipped by n lady.
Tiie government Is evict ing the settlors from Antieosti Islnnd.
Tiie Alnskn Feather factory In Montreal was destroyed by fire.
Free trade will rule lo Soudan when
the r.fliway is completed to Khartoum.
Ponton's counsel will not eons ont to
nny  furthor postponement of the trio .
The Luke -Superior is in the St. Law-
renee with 1,0*37 Do tilt ho bora on bonrd.
Small] ox it* spreading In Germnny
hnvluu been imported by It uss tan labor-
era,
. China hns protested against tho ex
tension of tlio L*. S. exclusion net to
Oubn.
Toronto's striking bricklayers arc or
posed to uroiLrution as u lyeaua of settlement*
Britain nnd tho U. s. havo ngreed upon
n united plan of action at tlio peace
congress.
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[ACHE,   INTERNAL   OR   EXTERNAL,
f* THAT PAIN-KILLER WILL NOT RE-
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��       PERRY DAVIS & SON.
Pr, Jameson, who made tbe fdmous
��� raid Into Transvaal, is returning to
South Africa,
ArchliUnt). Ireland was tho principal
Breaker ul the .loan D'Arc cofebration
at Orleans. France.
All American firm ban BCcured tho contract to erect a large viaduct in Itnr-
mah.  Uritlsh   India.
The question of the ownership of Dead-
man's lhlund will be nettled without a
collision of authorities.
Street rnilway strikers iu Dululh toppled over a ear and ten passengers by
menus of a dynamite eartrfdge.
Fifty-six VCSBOls nre waiting to be unloaded at Buffalo. Tbe strikers refuse
the terms offered by the association.
Andrew Carnegie will B|ond tbo next
few years in searching out good objects
on   which  to  bestow   his  9200,000,000.
Mr. Chamberlain said tbat the British
government wou.d reconsider the Pacific
cable proposals If the colonics bo desired.
The British ship, Loch Sluy, was
wrecked near Australia; five passengers
and twenty-five of tho crow were
drowned,
Tho Dominion government, has appointed a commission to estlngnls i the rights
of half-breeds in tbe Territories, born
between  1B70 and  188-j,   to  scrip.
Thursday, May 11.
Tho Dewltt Milling Co., of Montreal,
bun assigned.
The British-Venezuela arbitration has
been postponed.
Crow's Neat Pass eoul is being shipped to Montana.
I'errler, the Vancouver murderer, will
be hanged   May SOlli.
A sent in the New York stock exchange
was sold for $.10,000.
Andrew Carnegie will donate f230,000
to Birmingham university.
A cyclone in Kansas des'royed many
private   and   public   buildings.
A Joint line of cargo steamers will bo
run from Hamburg und Antwerp to Quebec.
The third royal drawing room lu London wms presided over by Princess Chris,
tion,
Preliminary survey work has been
started by the British on the Pacific
cable.
The church discipline bill was defeated In the British house of commons.
The aehooner Loyal, with eleven gold
seekers for the Klondike, Is believed to
be lost,
���fas. Wray, the Australian sculler, has
challenged .Take Gumituir for the championship.
The report on Ontario's fall wheat is
unfavorable und the yield will be below
the average.
Tlio Scptoh iron manufacturers have
decided not to combine with the American syndicate.
Tho Sanionn commission hus arrived
at Apia nnd tho functions of the consuls havo ended.
Tbe Ottawa government is of the opinion tliat the iiu; erlal government owns
Headman's Islnnd.
Britain's peace congress delegates have
decided to advocate ar Itratlon for the
settlement of national disputes.
Through the e.forts of Bishop Qulg-
ley the Buffalo grain Hhovellers huve
won n victory  iu  their strike.
Rov. Mr. 0'Ma|ley, of Montreal is
leaving for Winn).eg with the wide-
s;read regret ot  the community,
The sheriff of Guthrie, O. T., seized
tbree trains from tl railway company
for non-payment of taxes by the company. 	
Friday, May 13.
An 180,000 Tire visited Skaguay.
The pope hns declared a universal
jubilee for next year.
Hon. G. Enre. assistant nostmastor-
general, Washington,  is dead.
\V, Moore, of Belleville, fireman on the
G. T. It., was killed In a collision.
The buffalo at Banff aro doing re-
markably well In their new home.
Famine sufferers arc dying by scorer
in Russia from scurvy and typhus.
II. L. Raphael, a wealthy London
banker   and  philanthropist,   Is  dead.
Tho Canadian press excursion to the
west will  no the largest ia its history.
Tbere Is tfpd np nt Duluth 20,000,000
bushels of grain owing to the Buffalo
strike.
D. F. Burk of Port Arthur, was ban-
ipiettod for his work in advertising New
Ontario.
attributed the rise in tbo company's
stock to tho general prosperity of the
Dominion.
The senate of Michigan has taken action to prevent tliu formation of trusts
In their state.
German professors have no lulth in
good results lieing tho outcome of the
pence congress.
A deputation of tanners waited upon
Sir Wilfrid Lnurier regarding the in
sjectlou ot hides.
The king of Belgium hns caused a sensation 05 refusing to pay his daughter's
dressmaking bills.
A party of Bristol, Eng., merchants
will leave for Canada this month to promote trade relations.
Mr. John Costlgan In a Montreal Interview announced his severance from
the Conservative party.
Confederate veterans have refused to
allow tho federal government to take
charge of their cemeteries.
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Tho Turkish forces, which havo been
endeavoring to put down the Insurrection in Arabia, have been badly defeated.
Tho If. S. government commission,
which is -enquiring into tho operations
of trusts, opened In Washington, first
taking np the oil trusts.
The Dominion authorities have decided to discontinue tho preparation of n
special voters* list for Winnipeg and will
use the new provincial lists.
Sir William Van Home said tbat the
rumor of Ills retirement from tho 0. P-
R. presidency was a personal matter. He
attributed tho rise in tnu lompnny's stock to
the general prosperity of the Dominion.
SKIN-DEEP BEAUTY!
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" Handsome is that handsome does," is theold theoretical adage, but after all it's the
skin-deep beauty that's attractive. It would take a big lot
of handsome doing to compensate for a skin that is
diseased and whose appearance is distasteful to all who
see it, and the torment of the
patient whose daily burden it
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Skin Diseases���itching, burning, stinging sensations which
are accompaniments���tetter,
salt rheum, scald head, ring
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erysipelas, liver spots, and all
eruptions ef the skin���one application allays the irritation,
and perseverance in its use
results in a speedy cure. For
blind, bleeding, itching, and
i^Hs^^^^^^^^��  - - ulcerating piles it's a magical
balm; one application gives comfort and relief in an instant, and in from three to
five nights the trouble disappears.   Price, 35 cts.
A London lady had eczema for yearii so
badly, ber face ana neck wero so disfigured slio
went Into a life of seclusion, and the stinging
pain of It was so intense that, to use hur own
word;, she " went n^xt thing to mad." She tried
many ointments,salves and washes���was treated
by specialists on skin diseases without getting
any lasting benefit, Sho bought a box of Hu.
AoHXW's Ointmkht���-rim! application gave her
comfort,and to-day,after using thre **" ���""
skin ii as clear und pink as a baby's.
A Toronto gentleman, living on Dovcrcourt
Road, spent a small fortune in treatments and
remedies for piles in their very worst form, was
treated by electricity with temporary relief only-
&
and had decided to go on the o
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table and
  .. le operating table
havo a surgical operation performed, but was
recommended to try Dr. Agnew's Ointment���
he did so. The first application of lt relieved
the Intensadlstrcss���he persisted In its use snd
in-day he's rewarded wiih a curo after years of
BtiOerlng.
comfort, and to-day, after using threo Doses her
skin is as clear and pinlc as a baby's.
DR.  AONBW'S CURB POR THE   HE ART -Relieves smothering, palpitation and ��utterinj.  A
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DR. AONBW'S CATARRHAL POWDBR-Rclleves cold In Ihe head In io minutes,  Cures hay
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No Grain Moving.
Toledo, Ohio, Way 18.���Sinco the S.
O. Heyuolus returned from Butialo
without unloading, not a bushel of
gruin hus left thin port. The loss lo
���jrulu hus left tins port. The loss to
grain shippers is begin sing to be felt
severely. Canal boat men are also
feeling the delay in shipment,.
THE WOMAN AND THE SPHINX.
The mystery of womanhood is full
of deep unanswerable enigmas. Why
should women be compelled to suffer
simply because they are women? Why
is it that the source of their highest joys
is at the same time the cause of their
greatest wretchedness, The very attributes which make it
possible for women
to be happy wives
and mothers also render them liable to the
utmost physical misery
and pain.
The sufferings of
body and mind caused
by some weakness of the distinctly feminine organs are so almost universal
among women that the question might
well be asked: " Is this Nature's punishment for the -crime of being a woman ?''
The true answer is Nol These sufferings are neither natural nor necessary.
They would not exist if the organism
was healthy. No woman ought to endure such troubles. There is no need of
it. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a perfect and positive cure for feminine
weakness and disease.
Help is at hand for those who choose to
take it. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will infallibly cure womanly ills.
It is designed for that purpose alone. It
acts directly nnd quickly on the organs
involved and restores them to health and
vigor. This is proven by the triumphant
record of tens of thousands of cures. It
is successful when all else has failed. After the abhorrent local treatments of the
doctors have proven useless, the "Favorite Prescription" does its marvelous
work, bringing comfort and happiness.
It is the one thing that can always be
depended upon.
It gives health and strength to the special organs and nerve-centres; heals inflammation ; stops weakening drains;
promotes functional regularity, and restores the normal, vigorous and painless
condition which Nature intended.
It is the only medicine of its kind invented by an educated and experienced
physician. It is tlle only medictne whicli
makes baby's coining safe and comparatively painless. It has had a larger sale
than any other like medicine. Get it at
your druggist's and do not be persuaded
to take a substitute.
" When I wrote to you about two years
ago, I was indeed au invalid," writes
Mrs. Ellie Mabus, of Malms, Choctaw
Co., Miss. " I could not describe all my
suffering. At times I had a sensation of
bearing down weight low down across
me. I also suffered a great deal with my
back. I could not walk any great distance without pain, Had constant drain,
a frequent desire to urinate; also had
palpitation of the heart. After receiving your advice, began treatment with
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and
'Golden Medical Discovery.' I kept
this up several months and am now in
the best of health. Many thanks to you
and your wonderful niedicines."
"I have been taking your medicines,
and they always help me," writes Mrs.
Sallie Whitaker, of Liver-more, McLean
Co., Ky. " Mine was a very bad complicated case of female trouble, but 1 do
believe I would have been in my grave
if it had not been for your wonderful
medicines. I have taken ' Favorite Prescription,' 'Golden Medical Discovery'
and ' Pleasant Pellets.' 1 suffered mostly
with my head and lower bowels, especially at my monthly periods. I would
have to go to bed ana use hot applications ana drink all.kinds of teas. I had
three of the best physicians I could get.
One doctored mc for twelve months and
1 was worse when he quit than I was
when I began with him. The ot'ier miiy
helped me temporarily. I will always
speak well or" D:\ Tierce's medicines,
and will heart!..* recommend them to all
suffering women."
Any woman who would like to know
more about this medicine and about hei
own physical make-up should send 31
one-cent stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., to pay the cost of customs
and mailing only, on a free paper-bound
copy of his 1000-page illustrated book,
"The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser;" or, 50 stamps for cloth cover,
Dentil of Tom Xlckalls.
London, May 13.��� Tom Nickulls,
tho father of the famous scullers, Guy
aud Vivian Nioknlls, died yesterday at
Pattison court, Itc'liill, aged 73.
When a toy Mr. Nickalls accompanied his father to Chicago iu 1838,
where the later bought some land.
Tom Nickalls returned to England in
1840 and started business as a stock
jobber, in which ho won tbo nickname
"King of tho American railroad market."
Mr. Nickalls was an ardent sportsman and for the last twenty-one years
held the position of master of the Surrey stag hounds.
A<7\xll/   COKITOMPTION US
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DIBUITV, the benrlts of Ihis ariiclo
-u*. moat cttMStrest.
By tha aid of The D. ft L. Emulsion, 1 have
(rotten rid ofabacklng cough which hadtroubled
me for over a year, and save gained considerably In weight.
T. H. WINGHAM, C.E., Montreal.
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DAVIS A LAWRENCE CO., Limited,
Montreal,	
Wilmington, Del., May 12.���Wm. N.
Boggs, the defaulting teller of the
Dover National Bank, was sentenced
in the United States district court to
live years iu the Trenton, N. j., peui-
tentiary, beginning yesterday and* a
flue of $0,600.
SERIOUS ASPECT.
FREIGHT     HANDLERS    l'LEDUED
NUT TO WORK.
The  Tie-tip  at  Dnluth-SJO-000,000
Bushel!) of Gralu Held on
Account of the Strike.
Buffalo, May 12.���Tbe strike among
the members of the Freight Handlers
union at this point is gradually assuming 11 serious aspect. There oro aoout
3,000 of these men pledged not to work
for any contractor and many of these
are now on strike. Originally a few
of them went out iu sympathy with
the grain shovellers, aud now it is believed that iu oase the sooopers gain
their point they will still remain out
nntil their own dittiuulties have been
satisfactorily settled
Several managers of transportation
lines said that if the comraetors dm
not qnickly demonstrate their ability
to do the work af loading and unloading freight boats tbey wonld be compelled to devise other means of relieving the congestion of truffle at tliii*
point. At tbe Lehigh Valley docks tin
company called in a lot of yardmen
and other employees to take the placer
ot the strikers.
At tbe Central Erie and other bi|i
docks the work was practically at u
standstill, the few freight haudler-
who were at work being non-union
men. The freight handlers demand
an increase of wages from 25 oeuts an
hour, the present rate, to SO cents an
honr for work ontside of the freight
houses and 20 cents an hour for inside
work. They also ask for the abolition
of the contract system.
The grain sliovelers' strike'is Brill in
existence but there are many iudicu
tions thnt paint to an early settlemeni
of the difficulty. Tho strikers are being strongjy urged to aocept tha eon
cessions offered to them by the Lake
Carriers' association and it is thonghi
that they will do so before the end ol
tlio week.   	
YOUNG D0UKH0B0RS.
Four Train Loads Puss Through Ottawa
en Route to the West.
Ottawa, May 13.���Four train loads
of Doukhobors passed through the city
en route to the west yesterday. There
were in all abont fifteen hundred per*
sous on board, tho majority of them
being children ranging in age from
two weeks to twelve years old. The
Doukhobors were a healthy looking lot
und were gotten np in clothing of many
colors. Quite a number were at the
station upon their arrival, among whon.
were a number of bicycle girls witb
cameras, and snap shots were taken of
the immigrants. The Doukhobors left
for the west shortly after cigbt o'clock
Some of them did quite a business in
selling fancy work,. it being quite
novel in variety and fonnd ready purchasers. Abont four hundred Gnlio-
ians also passed through the city yesterday.
Bristol Merchants Coming,
Toronto, May 12.���A special cable
to the Globe Bays that n party of eight
representative merchants of Bristol
will leave for Canada on May 13th by
tho Elder Dempster steamer Monteagle
with a view to developing tbo trade re*
lntionsbip between the two conhtries.
The e'epntation makes this visit at the
invitation of A. L. Jones, of the Elder
Dempster line.
Fireman Moore Killed.
Napanee, Ont., May 12.���A through
enstbonnd Grand Trunk freight overtook nnd crashed into nn enstbonnd
way freight about two miles west of
here this morning. Fireman W
Mooue, of Belleville, who was on the
rear engine, was instantly killed.
Mooue was a yonng unmarried man.
The through freight was in charge of
Conductor MoCallum, of Brockville.
The road will be clear by 2 p. m.
New York, May 11.���A seat on the
stock escli nge was sold yesterday for
$40,000, the highest sum ever paid.
The same snm is now bid for a seat.
For
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Chattanooga, Tenn., May 12.���The
election of officers of the National Association of Police Chiefs of tbe United
States and Canada Yesterday resultei
as follows: President, A. H. Leslie.
chief of police of Pittsburg, Pa.; vice-
president, Fred W. Hill, of Ohaltanoo
ga; secretary-treasurer, H. O. Can, of
Grand Rapid,, Miob.
Toronto, Ont., May 13.���Sam Pillow, an elderly man, and well known
round town, did suddenly in a cab last
night of heart disease, while being
driven from a restaurant to his home.
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BILL   HEAD3,
STATEMENTS,
ACCOUNTS,
CIRCULARS,
ENVELOPES,
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LUMBER BOOKS,
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ELECTION-
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DRUGGISTS
LABELS,
DOCUMENT
WRAPPERS,
RECEIPT and
DELIVERY HOOKS
Send us your ord.-r.->.
That is what we aro here for.
Era Company,
l.niilKD Liability.
Address:   GOLDEN,  B. C.
Livery and Feed Stables
Good Saddle Horses and
Rigs of all kinds for
Hrn at Reasonable Rates
Teaming of all kinds a specialty,
A.   G.   HAMILTON,
GOLDEN, -I. C.
LAKESIDE
.   .   HOTEL.
WINDERMERE.
TAYNTON  &  GORDON, Props.
Oood   accommodation   fot    prospectors nnd
Freighters.  Flrst-clas. meals.
cr RATES:  MODERATE.
HULL  BROS &   CO.,
���Wholesale and Retail���
Butchers
Catt'e, Shesp and Horse Dealers,
GOLDEN,   B. C.
JAMES BEADY, D.L.S. & P. L. S.
..Mining Engineer..
M. Am'n last. H. E.
Agant for obtaining Crown Grants, doing
annual assessment work, etc.
Address:   QOLDEN,  B. C,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
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POINTS   ALSO   TO .
PACIFIC COAST
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For information and full particulars
apply to nearest ag nt. or address
ROBERT   KERR,
Traffic Manager,
"Winnipeg.
E. A. Haggen,
Notary Public, Mining, Financial
and Commission Agent.
GOLDEN, B.C.
Deedb attested. Parties represented in
' olice court, Small Debts court and
County cuurt. Accounts collected and
disputed claims adjusted.
Working and Dividend Faying Mines
in various parts of British CuKimbia.
Gold Quartz, Copper, Gold, and Silver-
Lend Prospect*, and Developed Properties
on Bond.
WANTED-SEVERAL, 'RUSTWORTHY
lHM-AoiiR In thin state to manag" our
business In their own and nearby counties. It
Is mainly office work conducted at home. Sal-
ary Btra'-*(fht?yi]0ftycar and expenses���definite *
I'oi'ftHde, no more, nn less salary. Monthly {73.
Reference. Encloed self-add eased stamped
envelope, Herbert E. Ross, Prest., Dept. M.
Chicago.
WANTED-SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY
liersons in thi�� state to manage onr
business in their own aid near-by counties. It
is mainly office work conducted at home. Salary straight tiKM a year ami expenses���-definite,
bonaflde. no more, no less salary. Monthly (75.
Reference. Enclose self-addressed . stamped
envelope, Herbert E. Hess, Prest., Dept. M.
Chicago.
OALENA AND COPP R ORIS
PURCHASED.
Reports anil information furnished
regarding mining properties.
Siocks in British Columbia mines
bought and si.ld.
Haggeu's A.say Office is now fl'ted up.
Assays mado promptly and carefully.
l'a'en on ai-p'i'-atii n.
Cable Addrc��s -.   KANAGAN, Golden.
Cndtisin use: Moieing, & Nnal, and
Bodford McN.ill.
JAS. HENDERSON
BUILDER   AND   CONTRACTOR-
GOLDEN, B.
A supply of Building Lime for sale.
Plans prepsral.  Prompt attention
given to orders.
Rubber Stamps.
Orders for Rubber Stamps and Seals will be
received at t e Golden Era Office and executed
with promptitude.
Tho Oolden Era Company.
Limited Liability
TKE
QUEEN'S HOTEL.
Headquarters for Commercial Men.   Two Commodious Sain
pie Rooms.    Baggage Transferred Free.    Hot
and Cold  Baths.
Rates $2.00 Fer Day*.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
UPPER   COLUMBIA
Ifiiatii & Tramway Company, Lt,
& International Transportation Co.
Connecting with C.  P.  R. at  Goldetji  B. C, and Great
Northern   Railway at   Jennings,   Montana,
C. H. Parson,
Manager.
Independence..
The man who buys Shorey's Ready Tailored
Clothing looks and feels independent. His apparel is
just as stylish as though he had paid a high jjrice to a
swell tailor. His appearance is a recommendation. if he
is seeking employment. The simple fact that he is wearing Shorey's Clothing is proof of .his* well-balanced-
judgement. And the guarantee card he finds in the pocket of each garment makes
him independent of all risk.
The clothes must satisfy him, or he can have his money back.
L THE GOLDEN ERA.
GOLDEN. B. C.
UNPLEASANT.
Isams. We* S-nob a Strlst  Vegetarian Too.
"Charley, dear!" exclaimed yonng
Mrs. Torkins.
"What's the matter?" asked her husband, who was so ranch alarmed by her
manner that he nearly fell down trying
to get bis overshoes off in a hnrry.
"It's abont mamma."
"Is nhe worse?" *,
:'No. Bnt jnst see what the doctor
hns prescribed for her!"
"It's no nse,"he answered. "It's
Latin, and all the Latin I know ia
'Unlliii est omnes divisa into three
parts.' "
"I fonnd ont the meaningof it at the
drug store."
"Well, I suppoBo the man could understand it and fill the prescription, and
that's all yon wanted, Wasn't it?"
"Ob, I wouldn't think of letting hiin
fill tbat prescription. Mamma wonld
find it ont, and she would never forgive
me. Yon know I wouldn't think of
playing a trick on mamma, even if I
thought it was for her own good."
"Well, that's the doctor's business.'
"Bnt, Charley, that Latin prescription means 'liverwort.' The druggist
iiuid so."
"Well, what of it? I've taken tbe
stuff by the ponnd."
"Of course, so have I. I think I hnd
some with you, Charley, in a cnte little
German restaurant Bnt I wouldn't
think of giving it to mnmmu, even nfter a prescription. Von know, luuinniu's
such a strict vegetarian I"-��� Washington Star.
Wants to Share Honors.
There was a disagreement, and the
mother undertook to straighten things
ont
"Why can't yon play nicely?" she
asked.
" 'Cause be wants to boss things,'
answered the yonnger. "He wants me
to play I'm president of the United
States.'
"Well, why don't yon?'
" 'Cause it's my tnrn to be Dewey
He can't be Dewey all the time."���
Washington Capital.
Cmisterniitiiit' llv.r h IShi-iiIi.it "Needle.
According to tho story ot an aged resident of Fitzroy, Ont., he well reinombnrs
the tima when thoro was but uno darning needle in that county, and the only
mill was n day's journey distant.
Ono day a Mrs. Dickson, who ohnnced
to havo temporary possession of the darning, needle and had it carefully stuck In
her apron In a holder set nil' fur thu mill
With a "bag of grain laid on the buck of a
horse.
Thu good lady had a rough roud to
travel and unfortunately lost the darning
needle. This wns really a public calamity
In 'Funny. Nearly 20 housewives depend-
��� 1 upon that darning needle for repairing
so iks and for other coarse mending, ll
pissi-d from one house to another by
spcciul messenger, and every woman had
tho use of it one duy In three weeks.
Another darning needle could not then he
procured nearer than Perth, a distance
of SO miles away.
Tidings of tbe disaster which had lie-
fallen Mrs. Dickson soon spread, and on
the following morning a dozon women,
some of them accompanied by their children and some by their husbands, turned
out to search three miles of forest path.
It seemed a hopeless task, but keen eyes
were bent upon every portion of the high-
Way, and at length one little girl espied
It. A great shout wns rallied, and the
good news was carried along the line of
searchers. Tho party returned home, and
tho rejoicings in newly-settled Fltsroy
that dny were great,	
MInards Liniment Lumberman's Friend
.     What She Meant.
"The Idea of her having tbo nervo to
clntm she first saw tho light in 18781"
"I would not Judge her too harshly.
Perhaps she meant tho aro light."���Indianapolis Journal.
llni**-y Tokens.
1 sees de wes' n-liiirnln.
Ea do blue Is overhead,
En de sunslilno Is ii-turnin
Er de melon beart ter roill
En good l.awd son' do weather
Eli spread de vl'let bed.
We'll all git home torgethor
Vi'har do melon heart Is red I
-Atlanta Conotltutlon.
Unruly Wares.
Comedian (during ocean scene)*���What
are the wild waves saying?
Malinger���They threaten to strike if 1
don't ralso their salaries.���New York
Journal       	
Keep Hlnard's Liniment In the house.
A POSSIBILITY.
Itallrouil Tickets Solll.nr at Baraalu
Counter Prices..
She was a portly lady, with a lot nf
bundles���and it may be noted at this
point that it Is almost always the case
that the larger a lady is the larger and
more numerous are the bundles she car-
lies���and when she entered the railroad station she was puffing se that a
drowsy man on the front seat jumped
np suddenly, thinking it wastheengine,
of the train he wa* waiting for. She
approached tha ticket window, and
there she pnt her bundles in all the
available space. Tbey were nice, new,
store bundles, however, and no objection was made,
"Ia the train, for Jungleville gone
yet?" she inquired.!
"No, ma'am," responded the clerk.
"How far is ifthere?"
"About 70 miles, I guess, ma'am.'
For be was new to that place and was
not thoroughly conversant with details.
"What's the price of a ticket?"
"One ninety-eight, ma'am."
".One ninety-eight?" she repeated.
"How does that happen?", .
" "I don't know, ma'am," he replied
���she eyed her bundles:   "I guess lt
must be marked down'-from fi)."-
Asthma Cured
Alter Twelve Years' Suft'erinK���'Toronto Physicians Advised Leaving
Her Home to so to Manitoba-
Clarke's Kola Compound Cured.
Mrs. MoTaguurr EO Vanauley Bt., Toronto, writes : --I have boen troubled with
asthma nml bronchitis for twelve years, which
gradually grew worse each year in spite of the
hundreds ot dollars my husband has spent with
several doctors, and almost every remedy we
could procure, which only afforded temporarv
relief. *'or the past two years I could not He on
my left side, and during thp post year previous
to taking Claike's Kola Coiniiuund the asthma
became so severe that I had not bad a full
night's sleep, nnd during most of that time we
had ii doctor In attendance. We gure up several doctorB, as I was becoming no better, and the
last doctor, after about two months' treatment,
told me he could do nothing fur me, and advised mo to go to Manitoba or some dry climate:
We heard 01 Clarke's Kola Compoiiha being a
cure for asthma, and before taking this remedy
made several inquiries from those who had
taken it, anil in eiieh case found the result so
MtlHfactory Unit we resolved lo try It. After
taking the lirst bottle 1 became much better,
nntl began to sleep well at nights. Kliu-e taking the third bottle I have not felt the slli,-htesl
symptom* uf my former trouble. I hnve. during the lnist six months gained nearly-HI pounds
in tlcBh and feel perfectly benltliy in every way.
I enn unsure vou that I wllldonll In my power
to induce nny sufferer from this terrible disease
to try It."
Certified correct by Peter MeTnggnrt, Proprietor of Toronto Dairy Co.
A Wonderful Appetite.
The digestive power of the heron is
remarkable, ns well ns its capacity and
ability to swallow large fish, snys Forest anil Stream. Tho neck seems to expand as if made of indiu rubber���tho
fish slips down, nnd the bird is ready for
another In eating beef, large bones are
Bwnllowed intact On one or two occasions after feeding beef this way, great
alarm wus felt, as the birds showed
signs of great distress, but the uneasiness was booii calmed when the bird
threw np a large bone, clean and white,
the meat having been thoroughly digested.
In eating catfish they instinctively
pierce it with their strong beaks, nntil
there is no qnestion in their simple
minds bnt thut it is hai'mlis. If in
tbeir hurry to swallow their food, it
goes down the tin-out covered with snnd
or trash, they immediately eject it.
carry it to the water and, having rinsed
it well, swallow it again
It may lie only a trilling oold, but neglect it and lt will fasten its fangs in your
lungs, aud you will soon be carried to an
untimely grave. In this oountry we have
sudden changes and must expect, to have
coughs and colds. We cannot avoid them
but we cau effect a curt- by using Bickle's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup, the medicine
that hns never been known to fall in curing coughs, colds, bronchitis and all
affections of the throat, lungs and chest.
Ballet Proof Game.
Peasant���Are tbere many changes in
yonr limiting parties?
Forester���Yes, there areagood many
different sportsmen, bnt it's always the
same hare.���Heitere Welt.
TO PREVENT IS BETTER THAN
TO REPENT.���A little medicine In the
shape of the wonderful pellets which are
known as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,
administered at the proper time and with
tbe directions adhered to often prevent a
erlous nttaek of sickness and save money
ivhlch would go to tbe dootor. In all Irregularities ofthe digestive organs they
ire an invaluable corrective and by
cleansing the blood they olear the skin of
imperfections.
The Real Patient.
The convalescent author consented to
receive the reporter.
"I am progressing very nicely," he
replied in answer to the usual query,
"but how Is tho public?"
"The public?" nsked the reporter.
"Yes. Hus it rallied fully from tbe
poetry written about my illness?"���
New York World.
The Dudes Kick.
Cholly���It's a beastly shame, baw
Jove, faw an Amewican girl to mawwy
one of those English swells, doncher-
know.
Algy���Yaas i especially when we get
np snch good imitations ovnh heah.���
New York Journal. *
Doubted 111m.
He���Give ino ono kiss that I may
cherish it forever.
She���Is that nil yon can say in proof
of yonr love���thnt if I kiss you you
won't   give   it  away?���Indianapolis
Journal.    .
A TONIO FOR THE"DEBILITATED.
-Parmelee's Vegetable Pills by aotlng
mildly but thoroughly on tbe seoretlons
of tbe body are a valuable tonic, stimulating the lagging organs to healthful
notion and restoring them to full vigor.
They can be taken in graduated doses
and so used that tbey can ne discontinued
at any time without return of the ailments which they wore usod to allay.
Desperation.
o The nervous man had gone from corner to corner in a vain effort to guess
at which corner the motorman, endowed with lordly authority by his superiors, wonld next consent to take on passengers. At. last he sat down on a fire
pinj-yand exclaimed i
"I wish we'd have another blizzard I'
The people who heard glared indignantly, and ono exclaimed:
'?Wbat do you mean by wishing any
snch-wish as that?"
"I know it seems inhnman. I appreciate the disagreeable features of such
an occasion as much ns anybody, but a
blizzard is tbo only thing I oan think
of that is dead suro to stop one of these
cars."' .
HUisrd's Ltolnieat Is aseA nr Fbrsiclsos.
Th* Intelligent Jury.
Law court stories were especially attractive to Hicks, and he told many of
them. His great story, which was almost a dramatic sketch, wus of the acquittal of a Cornish doctor who was
charged with the murder of his mother-
in-law by mixing arsenic with a dish of
rabbits and onions, which he gave her
for supper. The setting of the conrt.
the swearing of the jury, the speeches
of counsel, und the judge's charge were
all related by Hicks with marvelous humor.
The climax to the fnn was the confabulation of the jury as to the verdict
they shonld give, und their individual
reasons for returning a verdict of acquittal���from the juryman who "didn't
hold with old 'omun eating rabbits and
onions for snpper" to the juryman who
declared that "it wasn't a ha'po'th of
odds to him, and 'twas bnt un old 'om*
an."���Cornhill Magazine.
Worms cause faverishness, moaning and
rcstlesmi-ss durlug sli-cp. Mother Uniyi-s'
Win-in !��� ueriutimiur 1*. pleasant, sure and
effectual. If your druggist has mine In
stook, gi-i him tu procure It. for yon,
A FBIQHTrPL ACCIDENT.
Alpha Separator Shaft Breaks and
Plays Havoc.
A frightful accident occurred at the
Elgin Creamery, at this place, last
Wednesday morning, which, by good
fortune, caused very littlo damage,
considering the circumstances. It
seems almost a miracle that no one was
killed.
The separators hud beeu started for
tne day, and had just got nnder full
motion, when Geo. Segar, who was attending to a belt near by, noticed that
one of the separators was making a
peculiar noise and was not acting just
right, uud he called to his brother, J.
W. Segar, who wns in the woigli-room.
The latter then started from the weigh*
room to tbe floor whioh tho separators
wero on, and had no more than reached
the bottom of tho steps when tho air
wns filjed with all kinds of living iron,
sheet steel, etc. Some of tho, missiles
struck J. W. in tho head, und inflicting
several wounds and brnises and knocking him senseless. Ho wns immediately taken to his home and medical
aid summoned. A careful examination showed that the wounds were
nothing of a very serions nature, although the side of his face and his
head was qnite badly scratched nnd
bruised.
The damage was caused by the
breaking of tho shaft to the separator
close to the howl and leaving the bowl
free while revolving at the high rate of
0,000 per minute. It tore the casing
nnd covers of tho separators into small
pieces, and it was these which did the
damage. Tlio bowl jumped uronnd
the room quite lively before it stopped
and left its marks good and deep wherever it struck. Parts of the casing
were found imbedded in the walls all
abont the room,and several pieces weut
through an inch door near at hand.���
Dairy report, April 7.
DuitbllesN.
Tho Husband���It is very bail fur yon
to curry yonr pocketboalt in yonr hand.
The Wife���1 Bnppo'so yon think it
would be hotter if yon could carry it ���
Yonkers Statesman.
Here Back or Hide
Is promptly relieved of all pain by using Griffiths' Menthol Liniment. This
remedy Immediately penetrates tn   the
Salnf hi parts, relieving in a few minutes,
lenthol Liniment is superior to plasters
ot any kind for lame bank, pleurisy, cold
on ohest, etc   A11 druggists, i-Ticts.
Why Not I'se a Toothpick?
Yeast���You say your neighbor is a
mean mnn ?
Crimsonbenk��� Mean is no name for
hiin I Why, he takes his soup with a
fork so it will Inst longer 1���Yonkers
Statesman.	
TOTALLY DEAF.���Mr. S.E.Orandell,
Port Perry, writes: "1 contracted a severe
cold l��Bt winter, which resulted In my
becoming totally deaf In one ear and partially so In tbe other. After trying
various remedies, and consulting several
dootors, without obtaining any relief, I
was advised to try DR. THOMAS' KC-
LECl'RIC OIL. I warmed the oil and
poured a little of lt Into my ear, and before one-halt tbe bottle was used my
hearing was completely restored. I have
heard of other cobcr ot deafness being
cured by tbe use of this medioine."
"Talk" Won't Bnllil Honda.
We've heard it stated, "Talk is cheapl"
Ho while the mud is two feet deep
In many highways of the land
Tho people scold to heat the band.
Hut very likely, by and by,
When summer comes, anil roods are dry,
The olies who now put up n bluff
Will say, "Our roads are good enough I''
-L. A W Bulletin
Women Need
Not Suffer
From those terrible side
aches, back aches, headaches and tlio thousand and
ono other 111b which make
lUe full of misery.
Most of these troubles are
due to impure, imperfectly
filtered blood���the Kidneys
are not noting right' and in
consetpionce the system is
being poisoned with impurities.
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
sre dally proving themsolves woman's
greatest friend and benefactor.
Hero is an instance:
Mrs. Harry Filming, St. Mary's, N.B.,
says: "The use of Doan's Kidney Pills
restored me to oomplete health. The
first symptoms I noticed in my case wore
severe pains iu the small of my back
and around the loins, together with
general weakness and loss of appetite
I gradually became worse, until,
hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a
box from our druggist.
I am pleased to testify to their effectiveness in correcting the troubles from
which I suffered.
Permanent
Cure of
Salt Rheum.
The permanent cure after permanent cure that is being published
week by week has placed Burdock
Blood Bitters far above all other
remedies in the estimation of the
sick and suffering.
Even the severest and most chronic diseases that other remedies
fail to relieve yield to the blood
purifying, blood enriching properties of B.B.B.
Suit Rheum or Eczema���that
most stubborn of skin diseases,
which causes such torture and is so
difficult to cure with ordinary remedies���cannot withstand B. B. B.'s
healing, soothing power.
The case of Mrs. Jas. Sanderson-
Emerson, Man., shows how effective B.B.B. is in curing Salt Rheum
at its worst, and curing it to stay
cured.
This is what she wrote :
" Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a
bad attack of Salt Rheum three years ago.
lt was so severe that my finger nails came
off. I can truly say that 1 know of no
more valuable medicine in the world than
B.B.B. It eurod me completely and
permanently, as I have never had a touch
of Salt Rheum since."
Dear Brooms.
Householders will have to make np
their minds to pay more for their brooms.
On account of the short crop of broom
oorn last fall tbe price of the article has
scared up until It Is now 300 per cant
higher than it was five months ago. Wire
and twine, whioh also figure in the oosi
of brooms, have advanced in price. Manufacturers of brooms have already mude
three advanoes in prices since January
1st last, and the prospects are that thi
end Is not yet. There Is a shortage of
over 15,000 tons of broom oorn and until
anothor harvest, say Nov. 1st next, the
price of the article will be very high.
Tit Tor Tai.
Zimmerman, the eminent physician,
was sent from Ilnuiiver to attend Fred-
crick the Great In his Inst illness. One
day the King said to him, "You have, 1
presume, sir, helped many a man Into
uniithur world?"
This was rather a bitter pill fur the
doctor, but the dose ho gave thu King in
return was a judicious mixture uf truth
and flattery:
"Not bo many as Your Majesty, nor
with so much hunor to myself."
Alfred A. Taylor, of Murgaree, says:
���One bottle MINARD'S LINIMENT
onrcd a swolling of tho gamble joint,
ind saved a horso worth $1 to.
Thos. W. Payne, of Dalhui-.<t, saved
the life nf a valuable horse thut the
Vet. had given op, with u few bottler
of MISAKO'S LINIMENT.
A Mistaken Impreaaton.
"Did you hear about the speech I
made jnst before the close of congress?'
inquired the returned statesman.
"We read it ont lond down to the
store," answered Farmer Corntossel.
"Ahl What did yon think of it?"
"Well, we didn't blame congress fur
makin np its mind to quit an go
borne."
National Binder Twine.
Maple Lake Station, Ont.
Mnreh llltli, 189-.I.
National Faiimeks' Co.,Tonusru.
Dear Sirs,���i received the Nationnl Binder
Twine, which we are well pleased with. It Is
g lod, also the 1 J-knrnt gold-panted watch. We
.lilnk it is lovelv.and gives (food satisfaction.
With thanks. Yours truly. ���
liliOHQE WADOH.
Ground* Por a Pension.
"What grounds have you for askings
pension?"
Applicant���Why, when tho engagement
Kgim I lost my head.���Baltimore Jewish
Comment.
Realism.
When the realistic artist
Got thirsty at Ills work,
Be seised his facile pencil
Aud deftly drew ��� cork.
���Detroit Journal.
The winners of the sewing machines In
tbe Royal Crown Soap Go. 's competition
for tbe week ending Muy nth are as follows: Winnipeg, Lizzie Anderson, 1*03
Gwendoline St.! Manitoba, T. Mutrle,
Macdonald; N W. T., Mrs. Frnuk Terry,
Whltewoud. This competition will bo
discontinued after the '."Jth of this month,
when the last drawing will take plaoe.
All persons having coupons nnd wrappers
must have them In before that date.
To Make Real Batata Move.
"He has donated a site for a public
bath."
"Yes; be hopes to start a movement
in real estate in tbat section. "���Detroit
Journal.
Poor Papal
Tommy���Mamma, why have you got
papa's hair in a locket?
His Mother���To remind me that he
once had some, Tommy.���Jewelers'
Weekly.    	
Is there anything more annoying than
having your oorn stepped upon? Is there
anything more delightful than getting
rid of It? Holloway's Oorn Cure will do
lt.   Try it and be convinced.
lit for Hutu*! uuint ui tut u otter. f
LS
TKB G6LEDN BR1, FRIDAY, MAT 19, 1891.
He Is
Well Paid f
Who Is |
Satisfied. I
Almost I
every day I
!,- some made to order devotees yield te the hard sense |
(JJ proposiiiou im onr stock of
Shorey's...
Ready Tailored Clothing.
Fabric, style, fit, and tailoring guaranteed.   Why
should a sensible man not profit by it ?
Tkese goods art always oa hand et
G. B. MeDermot's,
GOLDEN,  B.C.
LAKE  & QO,
have opened as
GENERAL  MERCHANTS,
*'        ATHALMER    (Salmon Beds)
Full   Stock of Miners'  Supplies, General
Stores and all Camp Requisites.
For a pine Suit
and a Perfect pil:
. . . Patronize . . .
J.C. TOM,
The Fashionable Tailor.
Opposite The Columbia House.      5��.)tc
Kootenay House,
GOLDEN.
First Class Accommodation for Travellers
and Commercial and Mining Men.
Baggage Transferred Free.
Mot and Gold Baths.
Ullock & Barry,
I16st Proprietors.
A JEWELLER'S CASE.
Mr. R. F. Col well, of Windsor,
Tells how Dodd's Kidney
Pills
Oared Mlm of Bright's Disrate, After
Many Other B.m.dl.t had Utterly
Fallod--Dodd's Kidney Pills Helped Him from tho Start.
"Windsor, May lit.���In no city in
Canada hit that celebrated medicine,
Dodd's Kidnoy .Pills, iron a brighter
record, thin in Windtor. Ths number of persons cured by deadly Kidney
Diseases, by Dodd's Kidney Pills, in
this city is surprisingly large, tnd in-
oressss daily.
One of the latest te testify to the
magic power of Dodd's Kidney Pills is
Jeweller B. F. Oolwell. No. 9 Oalette
Street. He says: ' "I haye endured.
for two years, the greatest torture,
from back-ache and paint in the loins.
A pnfinsss appeared nnder my eyes,
ray linibi bloated, arid my arnie waa
of a dark, unnatural color, and bad
owr.
"I tried many remediet, but all fail-
ei-to help rae. ' When I atcertained
that I had Bright's Disease, I became
thoroughly alarmed. I was told of
the efficacy of Dodd't Kidney Pillt. in
nil JCidney . ijiteaut, and I. began to
use them.
���'After the first few doses, I began
to improve. Tht palm left me, my
tleep became tonnd, puffinui and
bloating vanished, my urine returned
itt normtl condition, and ray health |
gradually became all I oould with It to'
lie. I used only a few boxes of Dodd'e
Kidney Pills, but they cleaned ray
system thoroughly of that dread curie
���Bright's Disease."
There is no case of Bright's Disease,
Diabetes, Dropsy, Gout, ��ravel, Siena
iq the Bladder, Rheumatism, Dura
bago. Disrates of Women, or any
other Kidney disease, that Dodd's
Kidney Pills will not cure.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are aold by all
drupgittt, at 50 oents a box, six boxes
12. hO, er tent, on receipt of price, by
TheDodds Medicine Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.
I hare been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever aince the war and have
uted all kinds of medicines for it. At
last I found one remedy that has heona
success as a oure, and that ia Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. E. Grliham, Guars
Mills, La. For tale by all druggists
Henderson Broa. VictoriaA Vanceuver.
Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets, at
All Druggists, 35o a Boi���OO Tablets.
CHAPTER VI.
1.' 0, ye of little faith In remedies and
doctors 1
2. How shall ye be filled with the
knowledge that the tortures af dyspepsia
may be relieved in on instant 1
i. Try Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tub'
lets becauso thoy are prompt in correct,
ing all derangements of the stomach and
absolutely cure the worst form of dyspepsia.
i. These tablets are wonders and all
druggists sell them- 60 ina box, at Stats.
tbe box.
SeHbyC.A.Werrea.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Vision and Ritch Piano, for tale or
hire, apply H. G. Parson.
Queen Victoria  is   reported   to  be
stricken with blindness.
The County Court will sit at Golden
on Jutiu22ud.
Ex-Governor Macintosh has retired
from the British America Corporation
It is proposed by the Liberal party
to present Premier Laurior   with
purse of {100,000.
Hull Bros, have begun the erection
of their new slaughter house on J
W. Conner's farm.
A man named Fred Wood shot hie
wife at Greenwood and then committed
suicide.
The Enterprise mine of Slocan has
been sold to ths London and B. C.
Gold fields.
The British Government aro despatching three batteries of field artillery to '.lie Transvaal, whioh looks
like war with Krngor.
D, Alton hat taken charge of the
big C. P. R. hoarding-houee at Field
and yet hopea to get the content of tht
Company to a license there.
Tbe copper combine has carried out
its project and the big American copper concerns are amalgamated with a
capital of 1220,000,000.
Kruger has caused the arrest ef a
number of British officers charged
with plot against theTranavaal government.
Hon. J, I. Tsrte has, at the result
of his illness, beeu compelled to take
five or six months rest from hit public duties.
The C. P. R. boys went to see tome
snorts got ap at Golden for i lie Qi mi's
Birthday, and think at len-.t n gunvi
of liiselnvll should ho arranged.
F. W. Jones, Sedrotarj -Trensurer ol
ihe L.i.-iber Co. went 'o Winnipeg
t'lis week to bring Mrs. Jones to
Golden.
Senator Lougheed aays that steps
will be taken to canaitute Alberta and
Wettern Alberta into a Province with
the tame righta and powera at the
other provincet of tbe Dominion,
H. B. Alexander hat offered the
Government a free grant of land for
the new Court-house, to be erected at
Golden, on the South eideof the Kicking Horse.
W. R. Peacock's camp at Moherly
has been broken up und Mr. Penro-k
is inking his iiii-ii'to drive flu*- river at
he Company's mill at Kail..- Mi-
Peacock took out 40,000 lo**,*."* M
Moberly ramp   his season.
The Bank of Montreal hat closed another moat tuccetsful year having
earned $350,000 profit or $85,000 more
than laat year. Tbe Bank of Montr**!
it an inttitntion of which Canada map
well be proud. - it:
C. W, Sawera, a Vanconrer barrister,
will leave fer Atlin in a day or- two.
and his principal intettion it to defeat
the working ot the alien law. He will
oentract with Americans to arrange
legally that they may work claimi (or
aay HO per ctnt of the grost   proceed!.
Sir William Van Home, Hon. R. M.
Wells, Dr. Roddick, and other magnates of the C. P. R. passed through
Golden on their way eaet by special
car on Tuesday. The party were accompanied by Mr. W. C. Wells M.P.P.
who hnd gohe to meet his brother, tbe
Hon. R. M. Weill.
Since taking over the taction of railway between Laggen and Donald Mr,
Killeen hat had the utmost success as
a road master, the road having been
kept open continuously without mishap, and tbe only delay haying been
for a few hours owing to a elide, Mr.
Killeen makes a first-claasand vigilant
roadmaster aud is one of the beet and
mott efficient einployet tht C. P. R.
have.
On Mondty A. C. Hamilton'! team
bolted from near the railroad ttation,
the horeet having been frightened by
the lumber engine, The horeet were
attached to a wagon at the time aid
the wagon wat upset and tbe hurnest
broken, Having free! themselves lhe
horses bolted over the bridge, and before they were atopped one of them wat
conaiderablv cut about.
The C. P. R. are building a fine bridge,
over the Kickinghorse at Field. The
center span wil) be Til feet iu length.
Tke bridge will be a great convenience
to the Company', employee, tusking
the trails on the other eide of the river
available for recreation, and it will
also he the mean of accen to Mount
-Stephen for mountain climbers, and to
the protty scenery of Emerald Lake is
the heart of the Rocky Mountains,
J. E. Griffith, Government Agent,
reitimed last night from a visit over
the main road to Canal Flat, He
found the road in a bad state. Mat
rasslng work has been put in at Dutch
Creok and the river bank at Carbonate
has been protected in a similar way
from encroaching on the road crotting
there. Mr. Griffith found enerything.
backward owing to lhe late spring,
Windermere is looking lively und Samo
of Fort Steele, who Imt bought on.
Colin McKay's inten-st in (no Eutt
Kooienay Supply �� ore. Iiiuljuit sent
in four tennis loaded wiih freight for
I lie leiilenislimei.t. of the slot*.
The Big Store has jutt received another carload of oatt, bran, shorts etc.
H. B. Alexander haa been elected
Preaident of the Silver-lead Miners As
looiation of Britiah Columbia.
A license has been granted to Frank
Dargis for tht Athalmer House at
Athalmer.
T. L. Haig, of Revelstoke, bat been
appointed Police Magistrate for tne
said city.
C. Troyer, the well-known Windermere mining man, arrived from the
eaet on Saturday aud left on Monday
morning for the City of tbe Lakes.
Minsrs and Prospectors can, get
their compltle outfit at the Big Store
They cany a large stock at the mott
(a vc ruble prions.
Mn. Durick, widow of the late Jat.
Durick, of the firm of Carlin k Drr-
ick, hat aold her interest in the above
firm, and with her mother, Mn. Huokle,
bae gone to Victoria, B. O.
St. Paul'e church, Golden, aervicet
ntxt Sunday, May Slat 1899: Whit-
���undav���t) k. m. Celebration of Holy
Communion 11 a. m. Mattint, Litany
and sermon. 7.80 p. ra, Evensong aad
sermon.
Lots uneold in Blockt S, 3. 6. tnd 7,
townaiteof Athalmer are advanced iu
price oue huadred per cent. Those who
purchtted, before the rite nre congratulating themtelvii. Tbere will be another rite ei.ortly in other blockt.
Having been seized with an attack
of la grippe, Rev. Mr. Cropp was unable to oonduot services at the Methodist church on Sunday, and Ber. J.
Munro, of the Presbyterian congrgatiei
kindly took the eervicea for him.
Hon. John Cottigan, ex-minitter of
marine and fisheries, publicly announces that he haa left the Conservative
party, at he does not agree with the
leaders and it satisfied with tbt Liberal tariff policy.
We have the authority of Kev. H.
B. Turner, to aay that any announce
ment of the removal of Donald church
to any place at all ia premature; thut
no Steps csn bs taken in that direction
without his consent, which lias not
yet been formally asked for,
A terrible rear end collision of pas-
���enger trains occured on the Philadelphia and Reading railroad at Exeter,
a email station eix milee below Reading, resulting in the lots of about 28
livet. Probably about 40 others are
badly injured and of thete many will
die.
Tbe thinge that people eee are inside
of them and not outside. No two people eee the aame thing exactly alike.
One woman may look out at a beautiful landscape and see all the beauty
and reatfullneti and grandmas that
then it iu it. Another one will look
out tt the tamt icene and eee nothing.
The man who ie perfectly well and
vigorout enjoys life to. the full. Dr.
Pierce'e Golden Medical Discovery
makes people well. There isn't anything miraculoue about it���it it the
most natural thing in the world, It
simply putt tht digestive organs, the
stomach, the liver, the bowla, in perfect order and thereby makes the blood
pure and rich. All diseases live and
thrive on impure blood. Keep a stream
of pure, rich, red blood flowing Into a
diseased tpot and the disease will not
stay. A man iivet on rioh pure blood,
and diaeatt diet on it.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Midict.1 Discovery makes pare, rich blood. Send 31
cent! in om cent stamps to World't
Diipenlary Medical Atticiation, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's
1008 page "Common Senee Medical
Adviser," prefuaely illustrated.
White Se Scott,
Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,
Revelstoke, R.C. j
Will attend all County'Courts at GoIden.B.C
W. Whiti, Q.C.  J. M. Scorr, B.A..LI..B.
High class specialties-
songs, dances, and the latest
moving pictures at Columbia
Hall Monday evening.
PURE AND CLEAN
TEMPLES.
Now is the time to
Cleanse and Tone
the Body.
Paiae's Celery Compound Rebuilds and Strengthens Brok-
endown and Weakened Physical Frames.
On the street, in assemblies and
where men and Women do mott congregate, tbe quick and critical eye can
discern weakuett, decay and disease.
Thi cruel signs of dilute and death
are not confined to any particular clau
or age. There are prominent victime
in youth aud full aye, and thit it
truly tbe Haion when tbe army of dit-
ta.'td people shows up iu full strength.
The faces of men and women in the
month of May are the true indicator!
of health or disease. Pale, tallow
facet, cheeks bloated and full of pimples and uasty eruptioui, nirrout
twitching! of thi lirabi and unsteady
gait, all tell of weaken and growing
disease.
In the great majority of catea
poisoned blood it the prime cause of
trouble. For such as suffer from
blood and tkiu diseases. Pome's Celery
Compound it their true rescuer-their
only salvation. It it tbi greatest ot
all blood purifiert known to medical
men ; Itt marvellous curet are tbe true-
ut and bett proofi of iti efficacy.
1 for nervoueness. dyspepsia, headaches, biliousness and liver complaint
that to quiokly wear out nervous energy and Ufa, Paine'a Celery Compound
ttandt far ahead of all other modioinu
ai a curative agent.
It ii jutt now that Paint'i Celery
Compound oan but thow iti power
ovtr diaease and wuknut. A bottle
or two uud bifort the hot weather
corals On, will certainly effect a mott
bleteed ohango for every man and
woman whose blood ii foul, impure
and sluggith.
THI SWANSEA MINE.
Sayi the Rutland Miner: "There
wai a relort extant yetterday to the
effect that a rich strike of copper ore
had been made on the Swantea claim,
in the Windermere oountry, which ii
being operated by the Darby Mining
company, but it could not ba traced to
a reliable eource. It wat learned, bow
ever, that the ehaft ii now down 90ft
and that croiteuttlng haa been com
meneed at that point for the purpose
ot tapping the ledge, which it euppoeed
to be only a ihort distance away from
the ibaft. There are ample fundi in
the treasury, and the Intention is to
carry on work uninterrnptedly during
the coming lummer and fall."
W. G. Mitchell-Iuaes, manager ofthe New
Golden British Columbia, returned lest week
from Windermere, where he had been on a
visit to the Valcan.one of the Company's properties en Toby Creek. He reports that the
property is looking well under development.
The Bald mountain Company have let a
contract to T. Mercier to do the season's development werk en their property, and he
left Uolden this week le begin work. The
tunnel at the west end will he cleaned out te
allow of examination of tbe lead by gentlemen who will probably examine the property
on behalf ot Investors at an early date.
THE EDITOR'S WIFE
THIS LADY SUFFERED TERRIBLY FROM RHBUMATISM.
Her Joints Began to Swell and Twist
Oat of All Shape���Death Weald have
Boon st Relief���Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills Restore Her to Health
From the Harrison Tribune.
After long ooieideratlon and muoh
hesitancy about having her name
made publio, Mn. John A Copland,
wife of the editor and proprietor of
the Harrison Tribune, hat reiolvid
that the world ahould know how wonderfully her health wai restored by
the timely ute of Dr, Williami' Pink
Pilli for Pale People. Our repretenta*
tive interviewed Mr. Copland and the
following it hit ttateiuent of the cau,
"Whilst we were living in Toronto
at No. 99 McGilJ atreet, my wife took
ill ih the autumn of 1894, and had such
racking pain* that she could hardly
stir. One of the heat specialists in Tomato waa called iu and he . diagnosed
tke case one of acute inflammatory
rheumatism. Hit prescriptions were
given and he laid that the oate wu a
viry tevere one and it .would be a wonder if her joints did not become misshapen. What thit eminent phytician
predicted came true. At the end of a
month my wife was worse than ever,
and, her wrlttt and knuckles /vere
twitted greutely out of thapo. She
was so disheartened that thi would
weep at' the slightest, provocation. She
waa loath to stay in bed, and had to
be assisted to ariae and dress every
movement giving her in|��nsi pain.
During all the ensuing winter this
���tate of thinge continued, iho gradually becoming worse in tpite of the
etrong medicines and the Iotione that
the doctor prescribed for her. We
tried in vain tbe raauage treatment
and the electrical treatment. My wife
would moan nearly all uight with the
pain. She wat unable to hold tht
baby, and even could not bear to have
a perion point a finger at her. I feared that the-apring would ue my wife
under the loci, and you may be sum I
wat terrible affected by it All thit
time we continued to givo her the dootor'! treatment and tnedicinu, nntil
finally ray wife ttoutly refuted to take
any mere of the drugt. From that
out the began to improve, and one
evening I waa astonished to see her
coming to mitt me when I arrived
home from the office. "Why" I laid
"the doctor ie doing you no good after
all.'| "Not at all," ihe laid and entiled.
Then .the produced a little round wooden box and held it up. "I have a great
secret to tell yon," the laughed. "Unknown to you I have been taking Dr.
Williami'Pink Pillt, and thit it the
uvonth box. They art rapidly curing
me. Naturally I wat overjoyed and
almost wept at the thought of how
very nur I came to losing ber, Sbe
continued taking Dr. Williams Pink
Pillt, and before she bid finished the
ileventh box, the wat quite well again
and to-day her wrists and knuckles
are at shapely aa ever.
Several of our neigkboro ia Toronto
knew how tick the wat, and can corroborate every word I havi laid.
Cither myaelf or my wife are willing
to swear to thi truth of thou state-
menu.
Mr. Copland haa bun laughed at
for the enthusieem with which hi hat
tung the praitee of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pillt, but hi belivei that anything to
valuable to mankind thould get all the
praiut It deterves.
Mrt. Copland wat sun at her raid-
���nee on King atreet, Harrison, ahd ahi
corroborated every word her husband
hat laid. She reluctantly gave concent to have her ixno published, but
���aid that the thoght it proper, that
the efficacy of these pillt thonld be
made known. She wat led to uu Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills through teeing
theaccountt.of cures in the news
papers.
T. D. Pickard,
..ASSAYER..
Gold, SUver or Lead.
Copper
Toldte
..ji-ao
.. 2.00
GoHand Silver      1.00
Geld or Silver and Copper... 110
Gold, Silver and Lead. .... 8.00
Gold, Silver, Lead aad Copper 4.00
Prompt Attention te Samples by mall,
Cub nut accompany thi Sample.
Palp kipt for thru mouths
Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
fe-'l :���*���*������"'   'vU   JVS;
mi Wm-
-AND-
HID
MoMIU
m*
and Ztajjwrfej-w*
���00 te 106 Flni Aw. tttt,
MINNEAP0LIS, - ��� mil
Shipment* 8olloHed.
Writ* to* ClM-gla*.
Athalmer
Lott  now for tale it MeOeraet'i
���tori.   For terms apply to
C. P. Lang,
Agent.
Columbia Valley
First-class Farm lands
FOR  SALE.
237 acres at Windermere, frontage to
lake, good agricultural land; nei\
watered.   Extensive range.   ���
642 acrea, prairie and nut/dew, will
watered Good bay Und. Bunch
grass range.   Apply to
E. A. Haggen, Golden,
A. W. Palmer,
Chemist Se Druggirt,
FIELD,   B.C.
I
A FORTUNE.
In the eVeht of I ��� JTlio payment of the
rokeof (rood for* prises Is guaranteed
tune you can iris     by Government.
500,000 Marks..   1st drawing, June 22
lYo����r-.lDylte��ttop��rttclpaf��lntt*-**|
-thtaucr-n of winning
lin tha 'gnintl drawings- at orl-tei
Enurnntee-d b-rth* stute of Hanibus-ag
in which
111 Millions .349,825 marks]
sarely bavotebe won.
. In the course of these A dvantaorousj
.Drawings, which contain according td
the prospectus only 118.000 tickets, th*
Sfollowing prises will be forthcoming, vitr
The HlOHCST Prize will he ovent,       _
600,000 Marks J
Premium of 900.000 Marks.
1 Prise of 200,000 Marks.
1 Prize of 100,000 Marks.
t Prises of 75,000 Marks.
1 Prise of 70,000 Marks,
irrize of 65,000 Marks.
1 Prize of 60,000 Mark..
I Prize of 66.00Q Marks.
3 Prizes of 60,000 Mirks.
1 Prize of 40,000 Marks.
1 Prize of 90,1100 Marks.
I Prises of 10,000 Marks.
56 Prizes of 10,000 Marks,
of. Prizos of   5,000 Marks.
. 106 Prizes of   8,000 Marks.
3t�� Prises of   2,000 Marks.
812 Prizes of   1,000 Marks.
1518 Prises of     400 Murks.
40 Prizes of     900 Marks.
140 Prizes of     SOOMnrks.
90052 I'rizes of      155 Marks.
tmt Prizes of IM, 104,100 Marks.
. 9351 Prize, ot 79,45. SI Marks,
lie all 59,180 prizes which must be surbm
|W0.n in 7 drawings within tbe .pace of a
few months.
The highest prize of   lit   drawing
���'amounts to Mk. 10,000, increase in Mi
���drawing to Mk. 55,000, in 3rd Mk. 60,000,
"in 4th Mk, 65.000, in 5th Mk. 70,000, In
.6th Mk. 75,000. In 7th Mk. 200,000, and
* together with the Premium of Mk. Mtt-OOOi
Kin the most fortunate cose toMk. 600,000.
~ The official cost for participation in tba
first two drawings amounts to
94.60 for a full ticket.
$2.25 for half a tieket.
$1.18 for one quarter of al
tieket.
Half rasp, quarter tickets wHI entitle te\
ie keif resp. one quarter ef the amount!
won by the respective number, named ov\
, The stakes for participation in ihe foi
lowing drawings, as well u the eiacl
prize-table, are indicated in the official
prospectus, which I send on demand gr��
thin sdvance. The prospectusi.also
'sent gratis with overy order. After tht
'drawing I .hall forward te every
���holder.the official list of the ��
���numbers.
���The -payment and. forwarding ol
H *   the Aaaeants We*
to those concerned will liave tiy gpBOl AI
'and promt attention, aad witb tbe
most absolute secrecy.
Beml ttun oe-r of Honey ean bo made
by American Bank-note, by Regie.
Jlered letter qr by Post-Offlce*erder��. Smtll
���amounts can also be wnt by postage
���stamps.
��� Ou account cf the approaching drawing
���of the prize*, pleaie address the order!
���immediately in all confidence direct to .
���SAMUEL HECKSCHER, Senr-J
'Banker,..'*,'.
nt Hamburg,. -Btfuy.
|     7*1 H!9,ml,18,!0,��7,18
The Biitner Theatre Co. at
Columbia Hall Monday ne-gt
Reserved seats on sale at tbt
Drugstore.
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