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THE PAYSTREAK
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SANDON AND CODY, DECfeMBER II, 1897.
CHAPETR 12
DOCUMENT SIONEDll
ruktof
City.
.��� readily ditrtinj-fuisliing firemen
wa* raised, when it decided to allow
Um* matter to reat until the finances
LOCAL ITEMS.
and whether that wonld not account
for the sad mishap of Wednesday
 ���   I for the sad inianap oi  nwuwuay
 the finances     Saturday, Dec. llth, official open-jnight, in conaeqnence olJrhteh the
were in a more flourishing condition. ********** **% rink.hft* -"J"1 J^JJKJSdb
^ nmmmA ._  i���_,,���^ _j,     Joh      ^^   b ^-^ U) wi��� repairs to the door jaml* andwaus.
that suit of clothes." Roger & Gallet's r^nchpwfMnea
1   +a *~n**t wo r-.ro _l_ TDoti-udaon s. tne
WILL BE RECBVEO SOOH
to tea ISO Worti ��l  Propeiing
Charter oad attentat Ofllcora
Th��* ta-vretary was  in-rtrttcted to
writ*- the manufacturers of hoss reel _��,_._ **mt ot (..,_n,M ____________________________________________	
m itti aoaSSmSW CIOWICS. nu-^-er a uaiic. o . .vu��� r���	
' 1*_J�� of "purchasing moi* J^S CuUer left Thuraday for andtoUet waters at Donaldwn^ the
hoar was left in hand* of the Citisens Klondike. aruggw.
Oimmluoe, M.-wr��   Hunter, Harris f -    -*,__ i_ ���i��,p for a Christmas
and Sodrow.
After considerable discusilon on
various matters the meeting ad-
|jtmrtH*t
The Chief was unavoidably absent
owing Ui the indiaptaiitit��u of Mrs.
Swiuer.
SAXDO!. ORB SHlPKKHfS,
���______________________________________. What ia nicer for a Christmas
Tho*. Toye ha. taken the plsce of -������� t��* n"a pretty dram pattern?
Grev Dan McDonald as foreman of *^^E_i_ raVery ls��tpet-
tbe Ruth. 1 terns and the prices are right.   Hun-
Do not overlook the special cash Iter Bros.
I a _,U_.  !*__��� rvffiini- Ct_nr_-�� I a    **-*���-��� �� u^_��An omk   ��t VlITI Ml
S^Vr     SSSJ-J       ..a   --.,��,.,.,. ��� --.-, _���. ���
sale at the Post Offtice Store.
A full force of men are at work on
\ letter was received yeat-erdsy
hv Ml Ortouneu from hb legal
^nretioaa ta Vktorln, tatiug U��at
Sandon "a incorporation pipers had
br. n cif-ned aad wonld he forward
ni in das ooamt of ante, t'mkr the
s*j-��dy lacurporattea oet tne g����v
rmt-aent will appuiat a returning
i *��\
Tin* shipment* of ore from Sandon
There ia to be a hockey match to-1 the Vancouver, on Four Mile. About
��� ? !L      . ��� Jt Im^ sa_ma A * *<*��� ***** <�� ��n�� ore are now on the
night between two scratcn teams, it
hot game is expected.
Thc romor that a breach of prom
iae suit was threatened against ow
WMV       w   *mnrmm.-*me^^m^Mmaammmm^^^^
100 tons of fine ore are now on the
dnmp, and It is intended to ship 500
tone of ore this winter. A good
wagon road is finished to the mine
���   *        ��- la*  Aam  ASS
from August 1 to Ddoember 9,
clon-iv.   l*tf. wec-ea-xfoilow*:
in*
Ska-an Star,
Kuth.
i'ayne
Utah ��� Miii'*>��.
S'obU- Pi-re,
Keco,
American Boy,
Slocan Bov,
Wonderful.
���	
-.oar ��#nlar \*x*
masat  * *   A-StST Bat the
ki he rkctcd, ��ad ****** ** "J*1^
uLTSSftSi *********** ^M
that wUl Sotrolre  -^^JjSe
Mm of aolkd. -*��SS2%"ta^
n^kd ta mart Uk^J^^ cluin
xteto of tcoaoaty ood honca��>
So#��r����lga.
MWf4Uneott��,
T*��ul.
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iii
lft
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u
9i
urns
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Vatefa. AHwrtioo
13,76J| urns
V f^wav*     _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_n_^_^H
Ore shipmenu for Urn **��*������
Itwvmher .1 ^ IKvt-mber h, lnclu-
if^ were m M^ ,����>"-,�����*
Sati, U9. Boon ^ ^Ognoa ��
K.Af*.   Slocan 8tar n) -t. I. K
A Coming Big Sl����*
Tbetlliil^n��l-rrinit wm-JJ Ivijnhoc.un;;r ^h^lKt. ^
rapids and It la very  *irel*J���l ^T^u* i Z  iwljp-  ha* ��*cn un-
-houi-t  te   an   lattf* ������ P0-" ���* <^xrrnl * . ,;��� f.��.i wld��*. showing
VrSll JS teMMit^athr hat ����> call-   fr-n two to ton f��l wn
** ***'*Tr��^"" *^J��r-__. '_    ��.i_r_.r   st-rl-i'l
iae suit was threatened against one w*f?? ru"u "L.? wTw_l-a_l*""a^_^ --
���v oel,lca* lumber was recently  bongbtfrom
Rev. and Mrs. Sanford and G. W. Hill Bros, saw mill, aad tlie erection
..--*-_.   s_�� ii_.sHrviijr- of ^ 0ffices,*ning||||n,��tc., eom-
menoed.
A strike was made oa the Thompson, Poor Mile, last week of a foot of
verv fine ore. Abont 25 men are at
work, and shipping wilt be done this
winter. Thompson stocks have ad*
vaneed 100 per cent. In Glasgow.
j   A change of tnanigen
ttheKeoo made at the Galena *-_,_- .tmmJm.
Christmas Donald has gone to California and a.,
be in full men from South Africa haa taken
operation again. charge. j
Bartlett Bros, leave next week to     Tho Emil Edith, a del* about
prepare for their buainewiieatsim- twomttes. mtjs'^f���'**""*****
mer packing from Telegrapa creek Silverton, was sold
to Twalln lake. Thev have sold their a German company
stoek and  business to L.C.Lane, like 110,000.   Very
^^^^^^^^^^^''''���**l*l***l*l*l*******1********^^^��--v,tv___. ��.
aw* ��� -***_*-_�� ���-_���_^.   ...    ...
(irlmmett attended   the  Methodist|
social at  New Denver Wednesday
evnning.
The Trade Dollar mine ships near
of ore from Cody to-day, bong the
I first shipment made from this prop-
jerty.   L. C. Lane brought down the
ore.
It Is reported that J. M. Harris
will pay all the men off at the Keeo
oo the* 2tth.   After the
festivities the mine will
ing at f,^ **^\*rwX
aod wgwlng an ���Wjf^1*1* *ZT��*
*ardln�� te tlie **^*?**? ^*r
t-cal dlmrtet �����J^*Av2^.i
is urged t�� AteWati *o thia matters
ore.
So
clean and 0*Jfr���\w., wi���ter.
_.,ip,4ng i�� ^JSoSr WW be
ltt,t ncit r^J^frator will be
^u^i-u^opinent ^ufiiei-
cut. ___��� ������-
who will continue  in the packing
and forwarding as heretofore.
Mrs. W. K. Terrill has asked for
an injtinciion, receiver and retaining
(��rder in the Supreme Court at Victoria, against the Cody saw mill,
through Chas*. B. McAnn, attorney,
of Kaslo.
W.(J. Clark was down from the
Chieftain this week. .V shipment
will be made to  some smelter soon.
It is rep >rted that tlie I'ayne will
be dosed for a couple of weeks to
make alterations and give the men
a holiday.
The first game of the season was
pis ved at the curling rink on Tues
-1, .nnmmmtm two rinks wit!
it week to
���omething
  ^woVkffi
like fiu,\aw. ��v.j --^^ia^va
been done, bnt die **}+!*1**���J*}^
��tartedItorun a hundred-foot tunnel
et once.
 I        Cbureh Nottcea.
***��**��*��*" .    I ��-\!,^^
***** -_.____. ���_'.��._* a Otto.
m, ar���� *���**  ��� -s        .        ^_
teo or Uir~>��"k,**_":
', as  ���InlBj' t��^<**|_.**'
l*a.'iit-S ^*ru,r. -t^
w^^?_^"iiruaw.    Thr l<*W*  i*l��l��n.l
\Z$^i**~t*w***��'*'n'
HM   �������,��17Al Vln the ,.veni
���^-������l'11!Ta">n��*'rvie.       ,
7:15. fo!V��wwl I> *****rviee* will
played �������W��2��2 two rinks with
dav evening between two> rn��.
_ i  Grimmett andS,-m* **xf\*Z
It^resulting in a victory of b to
lAvor of the Main rink.
Mlniin^v&*   "^ ***"��xd'
^np^UXetheappoint-
"^sss !^dmir1^
��� and cveryoii^ *ttendin| * Laa
Latch  to-night*     Ana>
sJare tao rcclpknt* of m��n>
"flf-a Oifortmcnt
A rofttlar ��ootlai was hold In thr
Inst* KC.8owellIndjcJhai^
Mlnntea of toa* nwrtlnf re*'��
i,?*ir!!ai^ of tsettrinif ��-**
Tne<t��eaftkm oi ^TSiiAWe means
or capo or ooate other snltatnc
ru.na Pide Cosh Sale.
p. .���t .tan-* ��_*"Xm �����"��� r0tt ���*11
^.iht.. r- ������ J* :;, . mymt ottnla at
A^jamfwat O*** �����'�� fj^ J .^.-n _a��^
^TS-a ^- jStTKh .aa."**"**'
au I wMm***M* **^* **,��� at ant
mHtch ^��Knd07^m, is going
curtain ^jgSS of one of the
U> direct the ,orWIJ?a iockev play-
^^^r excellcnce,'fbutas     g^ the arttsne *��^ - ���
er Am\>, *f JK, H uualiflcations as a ^s tnd souvenirs at *. J.
S.& ^HaXo^ionj d��r. gdZ's, the drugirist.
*J at ea^t some do.   One fair lady f f<i|-r ^ fro,
OT ��l leA8_ ria �� verv decided opln-     A smpiu ^
D. C. Clark was np from Spokane
this week and put three men to
work in the upper shaft on the Dorothy. Mr. Clark says the showings
are* the same as the 'Ruth at the like
stage of development, and if the
work opens up well a force will be
put to work in the ti^unel.
There have been some expressions
of dissatisfaction among the subscribers to the Idaho-Wonderful
trail, owing to the fact that the trail
has only been completed to the
Queen Bess mine, whereas the Idaho
road was the objective point, abont
I half a mile further on.
One of the handsomest calendars
ever gotten out is the pretty work ol
art in raised colors which the favored customers of H. Giegerich have
received this week. .
Men's carpet slippers, men's ties,
men's silk hats, men's gloves. We
carry all the latest novelties. Hunter
Bros.
A dance in aid of the Hockey
Club is on the cards for Thursday
16th. The Virginia Hall has been
secured for the occasion and a first-
class time is expected.
the artistic stock of fancy
-���*���������� Doa-
O **t*ttw.
*'��� :r AT_- ha* a very decided opin
of Sandon l���� a very hen the
, ion on tWs ghteo^ ^ongiderttion
-.tWItei
m
i from the
donate" No. 2, onSprinj ��wsk^to
Se Kaslo samptet; return^ 281| o-..
silver and 62 per eont lead.
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THB PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B.C., DECEMBER It, 1��T7.
The Anglo-Interiiational Anthem.
When crossing the Atlantic in
May last, on board the* Cunard
steamer Campania, I was asked to
preside at the seamen's charities
���concert. The programme ended
with a verse of "'America" and a
verse of "God Save the Queen.'' In
announcing it I said, "The tune fortunately is the same, and I hope that
some day we shall have the same
words." The Englishmen exclaimed, "Hear! hear!" But the Americans came to me and said: "J) > yon
mean to say we are goin? to sing
God save the Queen." "No," I replied, "I mean to intimate the union
of the English-speaking race as a
step toward Uie brotherhood of
man.'*
This set me to thinking what
should be the form of anthem in
which all English-speaking people
could join, and in my wanderings
through the forests of British Columbia I hav-.* jnted down some
rhymes, that may serve t> suggest to
some poetic genius a song that shall
inspire all and take tbe place of the
Englishmen's corses of the Queen's
enemies, and tbe American's brag of
the *8weet Land of Liberty.'
I hope that Canadians will accept
the word American as inclusive of
their nationality. United Statesians
should not have the monopoly of the
continental name.
AVOUMKTERXATIOKAL AXTHKM.
Prosper the English tongue!
Where'er Its words are sung,
Let slavery die!
May the pure English speech,
Unto all nations reach,
And every creature teach
Glad freedom's cry!
Prosper the rights of Man!
English, American,
Australian, rise!
Establish equal right!
EnHghteu error's night!
Abolish every blight!
Prosper the wise!
Prosper the Reign of Peace!
Let wars and conflicts cease!
Prosper the good!
Banish the strife for gain!
Vanish the worker's pain!
'Stablish on land and main
Man's Brotherhood!
Liberty, Learning, Love,
Triune power above
All ills of life!
United English race
Proclaim in. ever place
The Golden Age of Grace,
The end of strife 1
ROBRBT ClUMBIAT ADAMS.
Midway, B, C.
Offices of the Poreetere.
At thc meeting of the newly Insti-
tnted Court Sandon No.3,OT<Vl.O.P.
held last Saturday night, the foi lew-
Ing officers wore elected and installed by Deputy Supreme Court
Ranger Falconer:
Court deputy, C. N. Haney; chief
ranger, Dr. Gomm; past chief ranger, W. H. Lilly; financial secretary,
JT. A. Griffith; treasurer, .1. H.
Hawke; recording secretary, W. I.
Williams; physician, Dr. Gomm;
superintendent juvenile court   Ed.
Barrett; chaplain,. Rev. J. A Clel*
and; senior woodward, Harry Rice;
junior woodward, I. Nash; senior
beadle, W.H. Todd; junior beadle;
Ira W. Black; marshal, A. David.
Prince, the friend of young and
old, known to everybody, a pioneer
in thc camp, is dead. He was an
Irish setter, belonging to Shady
Giegerich, and was killed by the incoming passenger on the K. A S.
Thursday morning.
When you are figuring on your
Xmas dinner don't forget our line*
of choice groceries. We are selling
them right.   Hunter Bros.
The West Kootenay Butcher Co.
will receive a large consignment of
poultry of all kinds about the Irtth
of the month. Orders for same will
be received at Sandon, Nelson, Kaslo, Quartz Creek and Silverton, and
promptly filled.
We have just received a large
shipment of dried fruits from San
Franei-sco. Call in aod get our
prices.   Hunter Bros.
Attention, Kng
C.P.R. NEW TIME CARD
.-
Ut
ve Saadoa for all Ooaot aadl
Soead potato dally at 7:4ft
Ar. Yaaeoaver 13:00 next day
Seattle       17:35        *>
Nelson        2.2:30 same dny
Trail 28:00        "
Booolaad    S3:30        "
taaisxtl-i��> coonsrllon motto at |anet loo
points.no drnlat. tyaleb ntrtim. mupath mmaAt*-
nmbI. arm faw of Um many oanomtotna m0w**ad
b-r tbi* Iln*
narcE WHirrx
X. J CAVAMAt'OH
White & Cavanaugh
CODY, B. C.
Manufnctaffl-M- ot
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
K-timaUs famished to rantfnrtora
and Bailrlari.
Orders left at Byers' Hardware
Store will receive prompt attention.
MISS N. E. DRYDEN,
* The Elite,
Is now ptwpatad to So aU bloda of
FASHIONABLE
DRESSMAKING
TAILOR-MADE SUITS A SPECIALTY
The Goodenough,
HANDON, B. C.
American Plan, ti A) pmt ��W*#.
Kuropoan Ran, ton pmt day,
BArieUy Ant ����������..
MRS. M. A. SMITH, Prop
NOBLE FIVE HOTEL
COOT. ft. 0*
BONGARD 4 P1CCKART, Propristort.
The Flrat Olaaa
Hotel of Oodj.
IUI-m.  *tJ��tmt day
Sp-wlal BmUt* by tho Wort.
MINERS'
HOTEL
WATERLAND A WESTCRKI6,
Praonatort.
SANDON. B. C.
H��w��V|tiart#r* for Mlaota.
W*lt tdm>kod bar la coon
First mlrnan m*vammmodatia*>*   ttoatd try tha
day or wmwk
M. L. ORinHETT
LLB.
Barrister,
Solicitor,
Notary Public,
Etc.
SANOON, B. C.
���<JAIX AT-
IGfflfS CIGAR STOfiB
whmnyna will SnS a fail Itet ot
I        I
G. B. MATTHEWS
NEWS DEPOT.
Stationery, ***
Confectionery,
Otfara and Toaaero.
THAtS PORKS 0tt0   SltaVtRTON.
loooe Nonces.
QAiMlljOpOl no. SS. a otW.  MtmUmtwty
AJr*m\\**i\V*AV**\*** .���* ��� *****tn*k In !>�����
fort, hall VMUaolia^is��oHii��ltTla��it-S
to attoad. ST. W. WAhtAtWB. ftfl
W   1 WltXlAH*. K  RH
FILBERT
wn. SUDROW,
Proprietor aaa* Manager.
Win*, etoao *\meto*f partUatmt   Smwly *���,.
m%mm***rM****.    n#dS liQSttfs
WW *\W4WamlL9mW W*\f*4\W W VfaAs
SANDON. B. C.
A MfoMMI    MIV     KO fttpwaft     t>f t\ tt
WtmoA ramtalioS   Rooms  in  ths
t3M��    aaS l��aporto4 and u.m-a
Ito Wltewt, Ueomnn and crayon
HotelWellington
THREE FORKS. B. C.
Strictly First Oats.
Special Attention Pgttt to Tr��t����nti
RATES:
|1.50 to |2 Per Day.
J. S. RfiEOeR. Prop.
JACKSON
HOTEL
a a a WHITEWATER
A etrletly Srat-elaas Mtel la
all Ita OMOlntme-nte.
Uvery Stable with good Saddle
aad Paek Hornoa la eavaaetloo.
ISAAC WALORON, Prop.
Victoria House
KASLO. B. C.
Mam troipM* wMk th* kr*-t f��rnish*-l -*���*���_��_
la tlw dUlrVl Atl*^-*������Uiloi��. *****
elmrn*. to-ato-flon *k*olt*t   ttgk*. *-***  **""**
Modern Inprooements.
A mt*., <iwts����. rMi-tsrft*�� httal, ���Hoot*-. .^ *
m**n*f   rr.rr,*..nljmi la iIm SopH
W. J* MALL. Popr.
Hi  THK i*l WMMMB tAAVUT or  britw
tiii.mniA
Ii, lit* mutior of It* Bohim Fiv-* t*��n.��ii'l����-'
Mini** mod Mltltitf ��'��-��*r.p-..�� A********
A-Zlli. tK<�� matter of o ����fitlon of Ot**tt s...l
AtY-Un lbs. mattatwtiba Wln.lli** t'p Art sn I
KoTw inXSlhy gleet* that th* ��J��lVL""lr*MPr
Mr AmatkwtlmUAT Ms St��.l *b* *"** '���- ''
|W-mUr. tan, a* too thlnv oV. At ^r
f,jf��IMH.r,. st 1.1. rk��Mtioft at ll* ��� ��*�� ' ',u"
Vaw.Jiiv��-r,-��. Ik* Um* and W******* * r *&
iwtntmt>nt of ��n o����*UI llqaW*��t��' �����' "M
���ho*.M��-.l,������M. TMUKK.
IJ^tVTa.l��ktR-��i.��r.r
V��n��(in%s.r Rrastlsirr, fW ��. I**- THK i'AYsrtlKAK, HANDOS, ii. C., DECEHBEB 11.
l��t7.
SoraethiiiK ��ew in Fancy Wine Sets for Bar Decorations
���^^ *   #    #
We have in St<K*k
The Largest and Finest Assortment
H
Srronriif**
W*ir<* Ash and
i aid Ttaya...
���Ijioov'saiia of
"saadoa.
The-wiT ******* ln
< hnaunoa Koekwoar
i\irt*i\    titan    *****t
Goods owr broight
11 tbe Slocsn
(*miM>tinjz of
>!ti*ical Dolls,
Sleeping Dolls,
Arks, ^fl
Ranks, ) to
Iron Stoves,
T in Stoves,
n
^DOLLS
Building
Blocks,
Story Books,
Doli
Carriages,
Carts,
Carpet
Sweepers,
Fur Dogs.
Climbing,
Monkey,
Flying Birds,
~,Xm*a.
| AJi aorta of nif
ehaitloal   Toys
���jVji  Sets. Took-
Bj Tops-. Musk
Drums,
Steam tingines.
Hot Air Motors
with Ferris Whsel
attached.
Doll Furniture,
Air Guns,
Granite Sets,
Games,
Iron Trains,
Rattles,
Horns,
Mouth Organs,
Toy Pistols,
Music Boxes,
Magic Lanterns,
Flags
American & Canadian
a\l***o a verv select line of
*j
Japanese Chm^arc, Fancy
Baskets, Waste Baskets, Jar-
dineres; Etc.
Ladies' Fancy &itin and
Felt Fur-Top Slippers Just in
from Boston. THE PAYSTRKAK, SaKDOK, B.C., PKiT,MBER 11. tm*
THE PAYSTREAK.
Uiwwiwi every Satunlay In Sandon, in litelamit
of tlie grtstxtent Whin* M.ial camp on ernnb.
Sulmcriptlon     - -     .     gt.t��aynt
Strictly bi advance.
^ctrin***- Thc Pavxtiikak, Sandon, B.C
SANDON.   B.  C,   DEC. 11,   1897.
'    OIFTS   TO   MOXOrOt.*.*.
A banker who for a small sum in
cash wonld sell the combination of
his sate to a stranger wonld be put
into a lunatic asylum. How abont
the people ofa nation who wonld, unconditionally, grant a private corporation the right to tax them in
perpetuity fbr tbe privilege of supplying them with one ot tbe first necessities of civilized life? This It
precisely what the people ol this fair
Dominion of Canada have done; or
to be more exact, what politicians
effected on their behalf.
We have at present tbe most
gigantic railroad monopoly on the
American continent, and although
coilossal and tar-reaching in its ambition, with its tentacles spreading
even to United Slates territory, Canadians are in no way proul of it
Deriving millions from franchises for
which it has paid nothing into the
Dominion or provincial treasuries,
our "Great National Highway" is
unwilling to bear its share of national
or muninintfyburdena, as witness its
past and present mendicant attitude
in Vancouver and elsewhere. When
the people attempt to shame this
monopoly into some show of decent
treatment, the corporation, having an
unlimited (nnd of that kind of persuasion which Is eminently attractive
to a certain class of politicians and
aldermen, the people are left tu suffer.
The Citizens of Vancouver can tell of
mors than one ex-mayor who suddenly became possessed ot valuable
west-end property in this way.
Not content with what the cormorant maw ol the C.P.R. has hitherto
gobbled np in a general way all over
the Dominion, the people of this sec
tion oi the province, the mineral belt
of the Slocan-Kootenay.are now abont
to experience special attention. The
ownership of the Trail smelter and
all the Interests of that enterprising
American, August F. Heinze, have
been long coveted, and the rale or
ruin policy of the C.P.R. is be extended to wipe ont every enterprise not
owned or controlled by them.
While as British Columbians wears
shouting ourselves hoarse abont the
freedom we enjoy in "our country"
we are simply fooling ourselves. We
nave practically nothing now tbat we
do not hold by permission of the C P.
R. and when "bet your boots'* Home
gets a few more years cincb on this
fair Slocan of ours���then his, even
the precarious chance of earning]
wages will be denl-d us by the colon- j
ization of Chinese in the mines, and'
the white man of the community will
have so litde of any thing of value that
he could call his own, that it could
all be pumped off on a C.P.R. handcar
The recent election in centre Toronto in which Mr. Bertram the liberal
candidate was successful over his
conservative opponent Mr. Rowland,
is somewhat remarkable in illustrating the small value of newspaper
support in tbe contest Mr. Bertram
had bnt one -fsowettut newspaper on
his side, tbe Glob* while Mr. How-
land was supported by the Mail
Empire, the World' tbe Evening
Telegram and the Evening News.
The open opposition of such a pronounced liberal paper as tbe Telegram to Mr. Bertram waa justified on
the ground that Bertram was one of
the renegade liberals who forced the
Laurier cabinet to yield to tbe ring
who manipulated tbe Crow's Kent
Pass deal for their own benefit As
it stands the verdict of centre Toronto
to one of doubtful value to Government or the country. The one object
lesson ofthe contest is that the press
is not all powerful in moulding opinion or otherwise running tbe country -
The bssis for social dest taction is
being aired just now between New
York and New England. Gothemite
exclusiveness bas reduced its inner
circle from the traditional 400 wbo
were chaperoned by Ward MeAlll*
ter, laJbe nio-re select number of 35
people whose bank accounts come up
to the gnage required by the pros
ent coeiai leader. New England en.
ters a plea in bar against the shoddy
aristocracy of Wall 8c by claiming
tne pedestal of nobility (or the '"29
families that came to New England
from Great Britain wbo were entitled
to bring armorial bearings with
tbein" This should be conclusive,
tbe 29 high escutcheons outweigh tbe
36 heavy checks. Tlie cheeks however seem to have ability to buy
the titled husbands so much courted
by tbe New York heiress. This
question of ancestry is not
one that all wealthy or even present
titled descendants of emigrants trom
tbe old country wonld care to publicly
trace. Virginia and Australia with
perhaps New York added, have an
aristocracy which could trace lineage
to an ancestry which "left their country for their countries good," and yet
their descendants sre about ss rich
in Morals and real estate as the heirs
of the blue-Moods who "came over
with the Conqueror" or even the em ���
blazoned pilgrims ofthe Mavfiowcr,
Time is a -vonderful leveller.
EL
���***m*r*Twrn*w'
Is tb�� Pioneer House of the City
-���--������---- *i i-i
R. CUNNING,
Proprietor.
Vour money back
H. Giegcrich,
if inn A*n*t  Ula* 0/,///A,V#       OBWHUL MKKCHANPISK
ff>ou dont like Schillings    orcickriks* provisions
Best baking powder.
MIXERS' SUPPLIES,
Agenta for
GIANT POWDEK,
GinmwiNtt CANDLER.
CALIFORNIA GAH* ami H m
SAWDOIf. B.C.
Store* al Ain����t��r*h, Kaato and Sat*.!.
We are headquarters
for Ore Sacks;
see us If you need any.
locan Hotel
Newly opened in New Denver, in one
of comfort, luxury and ease. The
rooms are elegantly furnish*.*!, the
building hanUinished, the dining-
room warm, light and tastefully decorated, and the tables laden with all
the viands fit to eat. It isn't neees-
to talk about Henry Stege's bar. It
k too well known.
HENRV 5TE0E Propr
Mining & Milling Co.
*
Rand & Wallbridgc,
Mining and Stock Ilrokeim
Sole Agents for Sale of Treasury Stock.
Hoftf-HT MaCDOVALD
Krai. HAcnoxAi.:*
MACDONALD HKOK, Proprietors.
Rites ��1.50 to $2.fi0 per day	
IfeiHlLjOart*-, for Mining- ftpx-nlalcr, nnd Cn*Llulirt-
Reco Ave., - - sandon, IM1 saw Dan-rat mm.
The ��n��a��t#r Sbeaaif now bnrnine ����wl
,),, image In bat gmtaa being tntvir taut
an.li ��bea aba waa laid up a few .by.
!hr fianmia of the lUlvmt, Hot
S|>nt��ga.on Arrow lake, will hutid *
.'..���'. Mel nasi annuner, an I t�����u u���.
>..riuy��aplnaenf tu wttll aaa hraJth
ftf-jv.fi
TbeCJP.II.wfl etmrnmnes la a Uw
,    u.bmW a branch fr<.to Thr.r l.i I.-
u )>or I#aka,  Tbe old town of ri��r.-��
MU will Itkidy bnitt mm** ttnting the
ortft ruction.
"Hi* tiiaatiaa-iaiV* ball to bt grnni hy the
K��t|*titaof rjrtbiaa -aUJ J*rJ.--ilon V*.,.*
tsr nttandm Haw Yaaw night �����.!._.
��-�������.. .uteri. Ute date baa i-ren rfcatwni
w w> mat to eontffet with t*V taall t.�� U
perti at HllwftMi on tbe tat*
t����r is baing laW'bWW fwata Uie 1 ;Vf��-*
ntr u* tba Wtttr 4n*��. jftrane fin* fpaci
n ������ ���' **f <-��t�� and sMHd f*d*f*a an? J �������������> �����
.,,.������!; Nc tlte tmmm, talta-n tnm ihr
mti.t- mdtftf. Ona fftwaa the tin-* #ir*u
��' -i. waa not <iMi#M***np��l ���aiMili mAttg,
t�� .-.: * tsRMMg' aaruaf and -Mdkml. reeeat
i��-> ��� * fifing WI to MA ��w�� *��*Jv����* to ihi
|_n
Is ari-ald be a go*��d deal Wit^r for it*
rottttirr if tbe naww***1 tbat llw Tnnwr
i tinttent la at p-wwsnt s^naaderfay
.alML-taluing ��*4 a ivirrtqrt ***m�� tu
�����*��� -4 tbe mndng eibsrtton* ��**�����*��� a^win
mv. ,-Y.*ktnggtNi4 rna*l�� i��t��i tht* fnintiiL-
raia-fr* aim 90 JJ*nia��������il*g !!����* true *U*A
anient AA*4 *m*rgr*m ** the* rimt iik***
'��������� ���. im V~m,
} ._?vi rnctnth* agu  New Pensei It*!
* toil*** rttetk��ftiiiahe*i tsbttf-cfa tatnbbng.
I **.v.w��rrd fan aU ��lriH��mm*n^:.L',*. arxi
on tttllmd aa a mthm*. mt*%*e. {����Mt*r
o* i *llAi*A*Mgti*Ut*gidg*u<*.a. tsii'u-.
*4t*t* than lor danrung atwl lia#enu-*r-
ujt>n<Lrr��ta. T<idaf N��ia lnnwver ho* i��..
tau-4--* *-*_��*, hafd.nnt.*l����l ��*|inr*h LaiiW*
i��f��. * ai*w|��Nna pebra-jil tosmm* with all the
&w'r*->��t-jF t*ar*|>*rot.*tia-rtkt* otrni a pwMMr
itall that ta not ��-st*elM tn  mtty town
(����* >u ���***�����. Ami i��$��*nw*����.'��i.*' o>
ih���� 4��*irwttoti are ���*�� m<rf��* than atarmutt
��rf Hvsup ,n buatnrr*s�� ristr/ j��na***# ait*l em,-
I9mm*ten0,
*to4 a** cinr rnLnnnssna.
TV f***div'taieo attemtitnt ��b��* ����prtttttf
rttbe M��oan City Railway e-tt Kwerfa^
k��t ���*.*����� a LS#Lrt-'*fii��, aaiwittiaiai^box *b��'
���**�����**- ��m*��'stornt wbkb prTraslrxt
IV ���j.fttj.-lfatl atitwt ef ?��toran I'<��
oa* ?��*-*--0-Ml_tttf derarai<,d *i'li eeer*
ftteo*. iHintilMf.  and  nwatl*w��.  while
��**"i ilw railwav rrtaWKing" l���� Ihf wltart
��a�� oi Urge double arrb of e* t*tgteena,
muhh a^jntwl with ttdg* aod )4a��
��t��l��   *.**.* at tlnrwe b��rr tht* ��i|rnttbant
**rtt*     Tb^Storan !*Mjr Raitoay  *n
*^<-rj*ji|>4iiiHad tart    Tlw ttr*l tmv*m*ttgt't
i*w*n   lr.-tw     Kef-MM*.   or    IJi��*    ..UlfiH*'
*<rfi��J ��-i��r��fMfaiiMi��ti of thr.t* raw, Wild
thr iv. <>.Mi.fire waa anMhi*!***! in tlw
'���r*ii.i��.    \ iorgc rrowil .ant.' in ����tt
ihr it * in aihI tbt��v wi'trt* weh'xawl hr a
(tt-aUi.  ,4 ihtiainlte  thai   A****** th**
town   t hi boanl tbe train wete arvrml
'-'      .i.��i����.(ihf t     I"    ��.l*��.v.rn
J**at mih|  iMnkJn;  Jntiii-;:;-*'** of thr
���b^r.,1 H wmm m *tl-nA*Me,itO.,,i*n*. thai
'** N. * lirnvnr ItrSM llaiMl wa*ttr��l �������
***rMl <����� **��r��t|fth����n thr wi*lr*��*w\ '"���*
"X". .nm,. in later ��n the dela*..^
tWttlrr Slrsptn, with a h��-*i of fri��*t"l*.
a&l ��..r.. ^vp^j^j^i m ftr}t.������r r,;i i{����-.�� (
''*��    \ tnineral etblhtt waa wie of i'11"
'*aiur,-. ot thi* dav, ami ib<* ilf*i>l��* A
n****n��,r.*'*T'table    In ��hi�� fvnninjr ��
^*��!*Jimrnta*7 Itall trra-i^lvt'tnti 8ehon
y*- * h��n, gad tbla, ttw. *������ well j-a?
^"Uti^j.  |.r,,ving an  ei Jo-viHee-.-if.
J�� thr Minn unte. In tht* ttiniog rtwmol
'" '.tiinmnn  niinanl*  ol  ����<�� **i tin*
"i���'-���- illative meat of tlwdia'fM were
rjwiralinjf In Umi iMimiwH g'**1** '**
*itor.,| ||U.  ���p-|,in>i oi- Un* rallwa\.
*M  tpretii wai  flrai-rla**-.   *�����">  ^,",
r*lln,����.  i-i-ograni  ami   ��ti��*- *��!���, '>
TLB'-rt interminable,
iJ.   ,U| "n nnlbrtnnate iinn-wl'W ""
r��*����t the iwmmitt^ i���� fharffi*.
* *'��"�������� rnlebmilnn Wiljflll  hne.�� to-.-n
THE PAWBEAK, SANDON. R c., I)K(T.MBKU
*-I��*m-.J  4 jf,.n,.rat mtMeM*m,    Tht- orir
t**ir * *A.s-tJtioi�� vaa the tnatment ac
nrHedtfae New Danver Bn�� ftainl
Me ttu-inl^n, of which ��. faiihfuilv cod-
IrJlmiH u,  jj���.  ,ja\ ���_  hiiiivltlea. ami
areretheltonaol Um seeaslon  Olren
to uiiiirr*uiii| ihat nit arrnMiwiiaaii
had Jrrrn iaat|e (<��r thrir welfare, the*,
round (hat Um-v had to Jiuv iht-ir own
*ti|��|a*r an.l   J<H*air  tlirir own deeping
quarters.   They hail beee told off neu
ai u��r- banonat, bnt *t*ri- ifEmntaoMly
huttlnj om ju-at aj, ��hrv a,.rr c.ntrn,-
natiag a raid on (be oyster toA*. and
high Becked oim* J��..itlii. So escnae
wa�� !vi>l.f .-.J thi* l*n . for this ait. muj
litottgh down for fialf thr nui��J��.'ra oa
ihr program, the? h��<l i*. (argo alt this
ami ����>**k eltowbereai ilnir otrn rxnrtt^
ihr triatim-tu that wa�� so fitly thrir-.
f>rti w thr ijaii adadaaloe lee wan exit tfd A mW9s9 It wa*a tore lot of twv<i
thai returned on thr Hunwr Tut-Lmlav
Morning aud tJuir filling* art* l*ark<-'i
ill, B} UM r-.pr.a-.Mii* of roii.Jiinhatii.ii
mt Ut.* ontable vi*i!or_ Howerer, il��.*\
had ihr *at{nfartion of having tlu-ir
j��i*turi*�� t����.k' aJ.mjft.iiJt A ihe tir-t
train, ami tbey arr ihr richer by thrir
egnerienee -thr Leibra
Parson's
Produce
Company
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
Wholesale
tit;tiers in
Hnttti. Egg*%
(,h*Hx\ Applo-
Pouitry bim
Cored Meats.
tnetocpra toiitoi Atknt
**.*)*   l,  Wttttrtm I'ans.lJL      All
��� tf. U wm* mteh-t prt1e<i ***'-' ">
gl r,*i amaa*. r**i>um" i���***
,i\, _r, ii i    I-.** pdMwdn
i* j ���������MUt
n,:),<i��ii' x i**>.. Diaael i'**
If vou an
Thirsty,
WEARY,
' HUNGRV,
Kootenay Mercantile Tailoring Co.
Call ni tl����
Hotel Ivanhoe.
NOTICE
A full line of
PIECE
GOODS
always in Stock
-  mixinc;
PROPERTY   BOUGHT,   SOLD
AND  STOCKED.
J. R. & D. CAMERON.
Dealer iq MEATS
 : AT :
SANrXX.    ROSSLAND. NELSON,   KASLO,   PILOT BAY AND
THREE   FORKS.
��m car load ot TURKEYS, CHICKENS, GEESE &
DUC   S *'��������� be received Dec. 15th.
BANDCN. SLOCAN  CITY
N    I- "-I"".*. !'Jv _.!r��,v. r II' ���*���**���'   *"''""
V�� Hr.s-s.-r. If L.X-1   *   ****
rv^i"
Christmas
Present
Of Elegant, Useful Furniture.
Twenty styles of pretty Ladies'
Chairs.
in Cane, Reed Work and
Upholstered in French
Siik Brocatelle, Plush and Damask: ornaments for
any Drawing Room��� a     ^ ^
each.
Handsome and acceptable presents in Ladies' Secretaries, Bookshelves, Fancy Polished Tables at
$1.00 each.
I have uh. nodi stock for thc times,
Bodaai-edtttioff prices to cost ot
aiul   bmidltag       Another
Ur^cur has just arrived >��r im-
ami  is n��'��  mil����atlinjr
Biding
at Denver
Stock too heavy;
Prices to Zero.
Kiln down Al chairs at 60 cents each. _
������, v patterns of silk and Other covers w.tli trim-
tning. tor sale ">.v the yard
D. M. Crowley,
Thirty yeni-s' practical Upholsterer,
the UmUE olHce, New Denvei*/	
il!
I 6
THE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON. B.<?., I>RPF.MBKIMI. l��ff._
ac
MINING   RBGOROB.
Tlie following is a complete list of the
mining transactions recorded curing the
week in the several mining divisions of
the Slocsn. Those of New Denve ��� were
ss follows :���
LOCATIONS.
Dkc ��-North 8tar, Can***��te>". M Powers; -*�������-
nte, same, John Powers. -.
Dim: 4���liell Boy. Galena Farm, Frances 0>*
BeUly ; MounUlii Sh��|., aame, W A O'Reilly.
Dkc 7-Manttol'a Fraction, Four Mile, Geo A
BcTaggart ai d M L Nlchobun.
A**n*ttmtaro.
Dkc 3���Everett, i
Dec 4-WakeALekl Fraction, Caiatraaia Frar-
lion, Hone Shoe, X��.rah, Ethel, Well*.
Dkc :-4**��r��te*fl.
IBAHBntM.
Dec 1���Power of attorney. C A Mi Cualg to An
A liadUonald.
St-ocao Sovenlgn. Bruce. Bearie, Power of attorney. Edward 8 Kinney do Volaey D William-
Sou
Same, all Interest. Volncy D WUlumson, Edward 8 Xlnney and John A Finch to C J
Mc-Ouaig. July lu.
Same, C J McCualjcby J A licDmiald^ttoniey,
to The Slocan Mlnea Exploratfcu and Devek|��-
meutGO.Novtt.        '
D��c ��-riorenee S |. Atouao C 8eott fa (feorge
Petty, Aug 30.
Dkc S-Willa }. Frank Wataou to The Willow
Gold Mining Co, Nov tf.
Dbc 4���Conlskey. The Vancouver and British
Columbia General Exploration Co to The Galena
Mines, Dee 4.
Emily Edith 1, Michael Brady U* B Leather,
Dec 4.
Jo Jo 1 Alice Trencry to A L Davenport, Nov
uwiMoC
Dkc 7���Manitoba, Geo A McTa��t_rt and Malcolm L Niebohon. \ abate, claimed by each.
SLOCAN   CITY   DIVISION.
LOCATtOM.
Nov tf-8t LawTeitce, E 1/emleu*.
Nov 30-Native Silver Fractioii. Jubn Hal-fa
TkAXKFKKS.
Dsc 1-Pontlae |, W B Clement toMnOL
Eatabrooka.
Dkc S���Two Friend-*. GaoGormerley to J Crau.
Oeo Petty and Jm Sanderson t_.ve iriven an
option until March Ut, to P A Bum and F 8 Andrews on the Evening Star No S. Unknown
group aud Eclipae No i.
AINSWORTH   DfTItUON.
LOCATIOX*.
Nov act-Granite, Tim CTLeary.
Dec 1���Bunker Hill, Auguat Heliueler.
AStnCS8-K*KTS.
Hot tf-8oow Shoe. Canadian Oiler. Irene.
Nov W-Optdr No 3, Sanca, Texan, Cowboy,
.dtoote.
Nor to-Bonuia Briar Buah. Louis.
DtMl-��<�� paid in llruof work by Bankof B
a A for owners, Kootenay Lake.
crjtrmc-ATK ov n��_ovKUi-jn*.
Nov **-Bounty, Illinois.
Tiuintn.
Nov ��-8Ilvcr Glance I la tOLtfm tAovn ot
atock, * m Franklin to Ales McLeod and FL
WlAek.
Dominion, R MeLeau to Dun McLean.
Great Britain), Dan McLean lo II E Jrhnson.
Dominion}, mum to aame.
Ontario., aame to him.
Ooo|rer I, aame to aame.
Ontario, Angua Smith to Dan McLean
_ DKC .-Bunker ttlll |. August Schiller to W R
Aakwlth.
DBO-Laataance), Oeo Hay ward to T M
McGovem.
Ada, C VT McAnn to Dan Tuomey.
���J��_-��*CHB^toC*rt��'*~
aE*^*3*K-.j '���'**"���" ���*>*����� ��**
Granite and Uttle Maud 1, A L Pierce to E H
sill_____H____MI
Eva Jane 1, WC Dumas to J P Miller.
Eva Jane f, IP Miller to John Herroti.
Miss Maris Alba Hughes, daughter
of B. B. Hughes, of Toronto, tool her
Musi veil st the Sacred Heart Convent,
Montreal, in the presence of a number
of the clergy snd near relatives. Tbe
benediction of the holv father was
cabled from Rome to her.
Cspt.' Peter H. Ball died on Nov. 20th,
at his home in Meritton, Ont. The deceased belonged to one of the oldest
families in Upper Canada, and was a
police magistrates for more than au
years. He was captain of s company of
Lincoln militia in 1807 at the time of tin*
Mackenxie rebellion.
CUSTOMS   COLLMCTIONH.
George Johnstone, collector of customs for the district of Nelson, furnishes
the following report of the customs collected snd the exports and Imports during the month of November:
Hfroura.
Dutiable n-o.ul*. |8_'21 S
Free Kwod-*   __!_____?
Tout Imports, *M��.I������
Duty eolh��ted **���!��.*
Other n venues        14P ��4
nsjmn
Nctoon ���*!*S_2,
Kaalo  _.     M2S
Roar-land  ������������    *>__�� **
Naknsp     M��E
���fndt.    ,     1.&10SI)
Waneta       ** to
Bykerte...        ** X
W&.WI IS
Kxruais.
Tbe mine, ore 4.4ia tona mMAfUM
matte Stt tons AtoMI m
**       huiHoa    SMteto
0       atone  *<P
Total ��t*S4^Jot��
The forest t IM* m*
Animals and their produce  �� on
Manufactures...      MM t��
Total exports .tmijttt OS
Atlantic SteaisEup Uses.
Wt ao Montreal
California, Allan Line ������
Parisian, **          ������
Labrador .Dominion Line  ������
Vancouver, ���*  ..-i	
Frnm New Turk
Umbtia.Couanl Line ������
Ruiirla	
Campania.    ���* ������
Matestir. White Star Line 	
Teutonic       ���*       ���
St. Paul. American Line... ���     ���������
St. Louis.  	
Stole of Nebraska, Allan State Un* 	
Soathwark. Bod Star Line ������-
.Voordland,     '     " ....     ������
Cabin h��, 'it, mm. 10IS9aod upward*.
Intermediatr *M and upwards.
Steerage t��M and aovsrda.
Paawnfura Ttcttated thruwrk to aB udmt In
Gnat Britain or Ireland, and at Stndelly low
rates to aH parts of the Eatonaa Crntiu*ni.
Prepaid PasurjrM arrawgad fnnn alljednts.
Apply loTC. Mc.%1fTrlUlTc.irR. Ageirt
Sandon. or
WILLIAM   KTITT.
mAmmmmmmmman %      __ _____aa_l
WfHWH    Mm-**wWk\
ft P. R. Ometm, Wlnnluee
KASLO &SL0GANRY
TMB OAED
Subject to change without notiee
Trains run on I'sclftcSundand Tbtie
l>mv�� S 00 A.M.
-  S*l "
������  ���� -
M   9 M ..
������ 10 US �����
" 10 IS "
���* ion *���
An. to to ���*
motto
South Fork
8pr��j��le's
Whitewater
Hear Lake
McGutean
OudyJunr
Sandon Leave I OS
Arrive, s to p.M
���*     3 lft   -
���      sit   '*
tf*    ������
IS    H
I It    ������
Leave U.W a.m.
-    1139  "
IXIDY   LWK.
Sandon      arrtve IIM a.��..
Cody *���     IIJO ������
ROBT, IRVING.
TraMe Mngr.
0B0 K. OGPKIaAND.
Suuerlatendeu-
For cheau rallriad and steamship tickets to
and from all points, apply to
& CAMPBELL,       Agent, .tendon
SANDON BflmiNGCO.
F1T/OEBAI.D 0 DAT. Propa.
���*-���Manufatyrers of
Kirsls ol CAKB0NA1TD DHINK8
8yp��Km^ Ginger Ale,   ���
SarsaparillA, foe., Btc.
Sa.nclor_, B.O.
Patronize home induatry
when you want tlie t>e��t     "
te
DR. A. MILLOY,
DENTIST. -
divUua^ ����y *tgt*tnM**wf pucwU-r tit
Umn* whatevrjevor for dnlag _-, u,_
whtckintteemwaiiim wtMtM aftwti
Bartlett Hotel.
m%
Sandon.
rights or irriri-
_2**t*f ** %*,iti*c
l****}*.^'^!M:*_*mut**\Wn**** 0* **)llwr
-^ ^ulii^r.igr"f* 'l h" "*j""--
any aim tidiinnt eg a Sto _>tu,. ��, ���,    rnn,r
i��tf^ff^^^So^^���l_,idt_!,,",h
***?ttl***^!**^ a-^plir-il....
**mL W7*^1mm *9*m?*a!!m.T^*n ��'' ���"'f l��*H.ra��t
Z^,.__t_T!ll_fL^__^_^_^*tU\ ^ ^
In ths Brttbdt t*iiluuibU Waartir. n��i i.. .
newtpagw pnblt���Wd la the dbtrtri sSnii-t. .< h
theae o��noawwe-aaper tmhtlah.d thmti. ih,,, (���
a iifwifpar to the wealueawet dtarirt i��� W|lt,,,
s% |Mw*MlM Ll
areaton and the twuedds-ratmsi of thepetfiv^> ����mI
t-sipSm of ssvrb neltpe shall he ntwd Iqr the mttt**
i Lmer*rtrng auwi nwmew to
S^_H S___ri_rS m __uh_^_i_is SIbstu    u^^h
****** mmnwo SMHHHI a*****   w****,
he nmt bj iha* ,*rU+
__Oetmuf toe llt��j��-f bj
isMJflAs of ths> l V^nmliii * . ������ ���
Private Bill ��h-U !���
tto, Seat Mid*,./
Prtvat* Btli tr t*.
Btmtlhte* wmekn.4
���t
-reretv-Ml bv the
���vntrat to the Hcssaj after ite.
s*.��� -wT^Bsrsji, mmmj ^mij ���,..
Ing urr frWtert ta-SMntttrw  ���
AmMmmm^mmm4tmwMmmm   _w_to_���__ n____L S__i___| a___^__w
*ns~_isew ansr ins msa wma
and u^jmAhm Aw ita*maajew*kn* ,* as.s|ia<su..
****_ tisvsw ipssW **^Hfts| aiM I^PvlU ���bJVLI **** \*t0f |f ��tutr*te
<4 mni *.i4�����t
Prt.si. ISfl t.>
ursw-ke ottaeb ���***��**..
til the wnw haa I
on SSHNttiig
J*nmt)��at ��o hy Ite- ��*.*��-
tsjsVM-. nr aSr* nt*****-���*
NMjfts tte~nr��g at a pntkmn tSMlam of ihsHmt**v,
ihm of Private   BMte.  -e-. ui��_
wkh
,'_W
Cuadiai Pain Railry
Hoo Psclflc Line.
rhc Quickest
and Cheapest
Route to St fttni Chiesfft\
Detroit. Tbiwito, Montreal.
New York, Boston, I*hila
delphtiL  snd  sll Essfern
points.
I'nexoelled Sleeping Csrs
on all trains. Ttortal Cam
to St. Psol daily*, Boston
every Thowli.v; IVoronto
even'Moodily fh*m Kevel*
stoke.
Steamer leaves  Nakusp
daily except Monday, msk
ing close csonnectlons* Kevel
stoke with trains for sll points
East snd West.
Before yoo travel get infiniistion
from C.P.K. sgents ss to times snd.   m  JM^ tn3 rrlHfcw ,,ntini *,* i,���,. ,
rites.   It will save vtm money.   Ap- bring in a private mil m Is* ****** **tmt**
^t^*^rAt\^Ttly A^) \\\n\\\\e*e*   l^^^^*^^^ **^*
tA. C. McARTHUK. Agent. Handon. [ Udi*-*fiteiaiw>^iviby navv ****.
H.M.McfiREGOR,T.P.A.,Nelson.B.C S^i^Jii^SJ^^ iiL
1__sp    _JS_L_t ______; mnU)    L_f*^_aa>e____t j_____a    _ed_____p______t
*^^   ^****n *at9wmssmr    *A*r~IWssM^p    rmrpi
t  ttMPfVlUMK     *m*%      Vt\*t9\*mV      \Wr*\*\t$\    *WU    ���
;. IMffnNMil Iff W0W n*W*n%mgs\     M9nm mf   mmmtW   wmMXaf'   *4lAll lip*
���H^WWBNl Off iH^V-MMfl ������   tti* fVMft.M ffcr 10?* mM\*v* rt o
' ____?____?'^_____rl' m**h ** t****wvti*d ntut tU
i State MNUtoMMSt** llnut-xlj nr for which IIm |sf*t-
: Una ha* tew* n-H.-Ml after the Hum* Wf.it.M-*.
- Sanitnl. -shall In eSh��r earn my denble tha ���'���*>��
' ffwp_l*Hla��ta*lils taMsfjItoasMl. unlet., tht II. ���<���.*-
steUt *a*A*t to ike e*mmmttMy. Amy p*t*m seehint
totifctela an.v PVtvate MS shall d*t*M4t ����*�� itv
i Vlwrb wt th* Mnmm*. **ght dat* t��-
, frjee the r^ra*-itwg ��f tlte Steto-wi, a i#t..--.|
'tmw at math CMt. a nmy of the puto*.
tohs ptwawuid toSm Mwewe. t��***anstwi sim
.^Ste  tttna << d**
affMjteant   shall ahu
Uf Ute flUUto ��� rem
dnSbm If a ***e*
prilttoin and wStese sheS *���**�����
"" MM hajsS* uf ihe t ���*-����������
__ . rlafe hLdterrf ite- *sjwj!,.
log el the iwmIiuw. swd M the pstbtb-j hu* aU *��� * ,
|SrLrss>nto,i stitotottV-ttfst tm d*|*s .rf tbr -mm**...
the am<***** to ha MM to the Cteeb fhaS U **.
ItondredLtbdlar* If ths* MM shall w.4 i��s�� ��Mr��ar-a
fL-f-adiitg new heS <e* tlte to���paid ��hatl he N*��fw*t
ttta s��rtraa rrwuMttto,    Al Uw
paalttoi  tha   Bill   tlte:
pay    to    the   CWk
��� ���*'���      * *\m*^t*A** BMPBSSfW^I
of the  tsn.
*d tte> H��r_ttp Jrbrbt
Jg U^p **mo*r-  ^"t*r^.*''^ifrrT^i*|Fig v HsT-frate VS   wAm
kni W'Odm th* test  ���*-�� *Uy* trf tbr ��-��*.,,
Dial.
R J. COVLK
Bissenger Agenl,
Vanonover
PRIVATE BILLS.
W:a^t"rr*^f*e. amy sag^
laiarval 1
jl^^i    gS^^   ____,^__i^__a
-*w_-*>^ib�� mttam
4 tbe arrl-s*s.
ttbfjiatorvallntween dw ahutwti nt* iwpkn ter
the pamao* at rafts and s�� sssts. and u��r��tt .i.t..<r
" 9***y htStnd to eeairt�� draw t-s-tev
��df��
Baesrrpt
miking of a i***t*r*y, tramwa
telegraph or tetepteme Ui,-*;
Imw-umuent of a harbnnr
did.-nr other She n
ur nut. and Ihe dlnw**mm*at the m��*m.
St.   AS Private MJSi for Acts U twr-epurati***
ehaS tesuframwlaato to--.wir*rr��t* by e�������*-*����� -
me rlmmawm *4 the tJ-neral Arte tAs-rtag to ite -V
talis to hs gensbted tee br nsrh  hdlc -iNip-rUl
" * had km ��������'* ntmrnti dr
yk*. or .a- tm u��t��-.i.��*
of   other    pantrkdmw   o*   to  ns-ti   >U
tolte.andanratesteailto anpestded unt* IWt t*��-
dlMtlnc imptotUbamOmntd In wl.trh the *'***<���
era! A��t Is Hnpssed to hs it-parted let**    ISit*
whbrh af* tmd framed In ae-eordettcrj wltn thl.
Bate shall to t****n*t by 9n prt^maer* mad rented si ttedf L-nprnise IsHojre any CmmiUe**
bytte
1 to
���SSM, ' **
tmymwr. hi hapsrial aetata teem, #*.b t*****
Amipt aj.esnrteg pt *s*rh**> l.�� li ��!��������>*���
ifteUte a manrlnal nuwtor e**t* Sflti
t-aa*.- the jw��teri��*tf of tit" lb��* **
not to run on Uteough the MM. but the Bnseof
,bUt.b N%.^ Amerte.^1 ^q^S^^��.:r^^ i*
MnlM nnd Ordnre Itolntlng
te�� Prtsnto Mills.
ftnlc to
A UL   APPlalCATIOM-s   frrr    Private    Hills
/V   tetgrerty Iks wtrlset nf te��_i��il.rji br Ibe
fjsfftoiative Aassmbly .rf Britl-bt>4umbta. whhin
the imrrh-w <dlh.* * Brill
Itenr whether for the twegton of a hridgw
tSk AB Private HUM sheJt ha fwvuared by
traritte atgdytng kw tlte aamsv aad ��rbjt**>
Stwati Men type. iwenl��-st�� earn hy Sfty *****
good m***t. In Imps rial aetata Mm, **,h i
T-W-j MdH mseeurtea Vt tttrhe-t i��� ;i iw
Tliere
Snenf
Hv-tesn ,4 a teidg* .the ; 7.1 n_Xv_fX M-L e
smsrsr. tnrn|dh# road, or ! 2L,r_5,!:<.,# *!__!!_,|I
Mu-; the -fOUdMK-ttou or { _HJ__!?__1t_. " *!*mZ tZ,
bwr, ranal. lurk, 4am. i _^.*T_r_5Srls_!* JlTX^-Jt
the granting of a riaH   ���__��� WT _���__i_. \T*\**t
torn ni
attten
tartrate
******** mm aw.,   .hv  gnntli
���of f rry; the tncepuratbrn of �������*, %n*
*w eaillne. ur of any pant stuek erawiiany-, erj
lAherwhw for grunting to anv Indtvblenlorln |
stesS to L-j-fsrlnlsd by the prire
Itelsd m Xo*emlwr,)sWf
j   hft'O* the
aie '.njL-te m an*
te**e Iter Cenmhte*' ��������
the   Hnwas.  sueb  H>��
H��**Ste.  ��ue
Tll������:*fTtl��S WVA.b.
Vtrtk. lAtnriatmOtt A*��e��i��l.l��
Thos. Brown & Co.,
8AND0N, B. C.
Carry the largest stock ol Men's Furnishings In the Slocsn.
Everything from the finest dandy sppsrc) to the working
clothes of the Miner.       W1NTEK Cf/milXQ,  OVER
WATS,   UNDERWEAR.    HVMWM  GOOC^    HAW
BHOB8,    8I1IKTR,     NECKWEAR,    GIjOVEB,    FHX:.
Fair Dealing and Honest Goods.
Cttttie snd See 1's. .T,11!^STHKAK- SAMX)N- *< WW* 11, mi
\VV\i, iX BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Part ol ��� Reoiese bq W. A. Csrli|k,
i'raelnetel Mitieritoglst
\Vi ti.*ilu rectni g��Ul *lUc-��*vt��rU-.
j. jiniiab Xuktm hsveattrarM rtt
i ,lt n rruai sll pftrts of the world,
tin* ��"'-t��tk��n A*��*\ int��sreiit thatt lias
prt-n _ro��aed in tht* mint's ,4 Hriii-.ii
(*i4uiul-la have not atiatt.il, *��<|
Uif.Mjk*i��o��t tin* p^ivlnee, in nearly
,-,.;, Hariri, pr��tejsse!.ir��, miner-*
ami tapitali*4*s sr��* tut tlu* hunt for
Btin t n t    pTM|u^W      1 h* Vv\u\ muni
a .- k is ill |*d^fr��is ev��*r> where,
villi )*usfNKt* of a larg** itidu*��ti v
m **\ j-f'-tiilslng,
Titi# year t\wre lis* H.H le^n that
iti*a��m- ru*Jh to Hunt mining cmtij*
piie* ** *%%* \a\M y**t* lH��r ha* tlii*r.-
(.. Mutt influx of w.HtliMe Mimt*
soxk-QS to get prttfn*rty of aliittaa
AU;      L|.*.-ri|rrltlW     t ���   til.J-K-      of    b\
m.An* of **4a"tlii-_K and txagfviAU^
|rfx��j*rin**r# s\ttw*t%g tf��*lr ������ajprr j*ti��*-
lu At A dlsMMrr, WattTstetl   lip  10 Um
���J.-, r< to imy altnoet anvilting <**hr
��*��! Huirti*��4 with the* iru' tfaotMiiitr
ttfitrit, Xti'-ri^tlte-l*'*. tltrjv lta�� Iwrn
Is iw��W a tangs* nninlwr i��C itttftsi
ritual torn In the ct-aintrv. laacki<��l
by *in|��h* ejipitat, who ��rr ouvfally
��� v tmilling onr miners! rnstMitni
���* .-t malting many putvh***** with
i m rv*oli, Utat lar more ��**��rk u
n*m in \m*g*vm and tmub m**re
���sill Ite yrt uinhrt.ii.il*
to a oi*w miiilnji cvmntry Hkrlhi*.
*Mrv tlw mi sttij: tjsdigtiMNgt ����r Ihixit
t*  ff.'rrtl. Bimtg tsitli a -r.uu|sjtraij.'
U   iimitt-4 nttmWr �����(   th *.��!<���j-***.
w"'1*'fifes, * vt^st noml*r <��f**|��r.��**
l��vt*** on whMt litth* ��r mt ���**��**-
hit* twrn *a*M*** wltm ih*t** art* in��li
tathtos of ore dr-f*i*it* ami vrine. it
b i vtti ��m*I> )��tcxiit._* to c��ii>titir.
\* HAihiiiUes or %��* a��4mini�� lbs tmc
���*..ltir�� of atwrh prtifnTtitw, wln-n ��*ih
i��� -�����*�� ttilura that la-nr-sili ** r\ inAg
ant-rani or UOaali-fari r \ Mirfatv In
���i  ainmeauch fslnahh- minnal ��.���-
l*-tt.* tdti>n lie hM.    TU��' \Ao* may
to* rstnali and also ihe assays, l.ut
*ork may and often tl*** At��m guai
n i j.-i-hiii in ih|dh. althoafh
**a*-��in rttM|"r*��|��n*i*.>n. i, prove mnsl
���hvt|rtivf.. The prkv* a*>kitl f��f
j.f<irv|��.t.ta ran last >��*��r mrUkenkNts
ly hi|fh Agnf-rw, partly invau- -m-h
1 ? kve tevrr in wdm* in**t��iM^-�� pstd;
*.i thb year holder* -A *oeh A.uni-
Itave larome more reasonable, o*
UH-agfc |n ssjtiH< {Mil In hi��lt prkta ��i^
���till asked fbr Wiwortted ami un
t< ..I }Hrt��|wrtles Hut Ibis U stun* in
��'r minlnf atlaim will right itself.
In Me minim; the banning
datrs to abont Uti yean* a*."', hut in
r��**ltty only to about n*. ytau > sfo,
���ml the rapiil pn-^ress. durinK tlie
psst few yean, la ne-Mi slirntllrsnt. an
isee����n In the Mlowlnir uhle ol jk-
diirtloq of Ute kale mine* only
'^.      wm \**i
***'. 47,J����   \****.
\*K*. T*i,?&!>   1*^1.
l^ni.        139,440      I'eatlmsunl ���
Vor tm to dste ti"' Cttslowi "l��"w
���^.17. H i *
781,942
���_,:u_,:u��7
I^.IW
"'"��� --��� 'natter tothevalad^ 16-
KJ2/i^ti,h��v.. i^.n prodawd, and
tlu-*.- r.iur^ will beftiundtechack
fifty eloscly with actual ��meiter re-
tnrif*. SBd a*, the aimve a.*N 0n|y the
r�� turns fr���m W|>1 Kis-unav skme
the.M:mali*..('T.:.lMl1(a���tJ���.,lUt
put .<< the hale mini*. ��ril| not Js* far
fhdii tiuaxart Hneiter returns, aad
th.-   t.r'uil  ..input gf a|j tju. min,.N
-. etc., will essUy reaeh
IK mi i mid .j mm gfatuyiag in
ereasi a* e��n to- nea i.y Um next
table ot total prodactkn of all mines:
IHtsi .^ttirM), K��lt 11^717
l*��. .h\7t)_'   ikiCi.     6.io5f90a
l-rJ -VMT.'tTj ixh, 71 If.' 1*7,
t-r;       .'i.'.^Jia   jH.i;,    10,000,000
The shore Igares nm^t attract at
J* niion. a*, thiv ate itMluaiivi .��f tin
MM ��ii\ y,i iaj.ui iaoroBse in the pro-
dnfltbn ��>i ��*ur nines, which alt->
jfiher haw pfodseed tllO.OOO^OOJ,
ao��1 -J the fact that Briu��lt OottimUs
IsiMnrftufl tskh^j herplseeamong
U..* f*r*-nt mining n-untrie;...
Tin  shave  Iffltrm ;.r. not larp
wlirn  c^npareti   with   HMMtof the
ottwr taltthtu i*a*jj^oaa; hut ��nly >i\
y��*ar�� -..' > ih- L't-at  ittteri ��r of this
provinee was f��*r th. nml pari track
!��***.   Ittit f.rll����wing th,- iltscuverv of
gtf^d aad  *n\*r  *|. j��.e-it-   iu Wtst
KJHMeaay, the opoibm *i|�� ��rf tl>>
tin   by   tailr ,tilv  waterway*,
rx-ult. an I t.ails*. Iia- been marvel-
b*n*: atnt tin* railn<����l*. Bow in pnt
grt-**�� .( c^oa u-ti-'M .=r uixhr eon.
t�� -uij.Jati.n will OpeS up s-till jrreaUr
At* ss >*( nun- ral land BOW lyinir fal
l,jta, Willi  the  ortaiu   n-Mtlt   tiiat
nitmuj: will r��t*i*ive a *tillgreater
Imftetaa, sad Umi *\gor*u >��f prodae-
*.. srisentdi huri*��t.   hurinjr the
Umi |�� M���r. of depresdun all rail
r<*a<l wmpaaka hav* h,*��l 11 proosed
vrr\ tattii����n*ly ami i-.i'iirt-iil luiihl
tut: m-w ;.*.. i, t.u; with Ihe n-tm ��
ui}? era r.��t prosperity ami a Istter
m-'iiey utarK-1 th'-M- cntspsoka aiv
pn|tatiitfr tu exteMd tlnir >>-t'iu>.
n* k e\.wpilftt .1 is th.* BCliOII of tin*
CSnsri sn Phcidc Hallway Company,
whMi ha-* now begnn the eonsmm-
tion of Ten ""i""1-4"' ]m'" m llH'
l-jrovinee that will Um��I the grotto*
-;\ ��-. sotooly i�� ������king soosssl
i,h* u.w .it-t.sit*. i*.i redndng traas
,smi char;:'-. h��l al-mil..- *Ma%h*
Itahmem "i Inrge welting snd re
gulag witerprkwi within oar own
boidm, *��� �����>*t',n, *** tapormnoe
, i, hid* tu .an .*nly   ���������  -urnu^
The shvau district in Wast Kooie-
aaj ���;.-l.an��irt��t. r..**t s.at-l.ipiHHl
*m ujttjg sad M.iaii imoants from
0*m**tmy cl.mn-. ��'"�� UteprrNltU'tloll
,, **. ^imui in I**'" will be mneh
it     wi7     lu  ls,,;.   iMW
wogofrich siiv.,i,a,i*li. k��d��e
tl,u, tn. Btooan a*^"��j��j
���_di��taiof^orpertt����ndM^
cent   Icml.  U-��vin��T  a   ***** \"**   f
The Leader
Bmporium of Fashions
Hsve r.-, ,\\e*l B <on),ii<nrnerit of the
!��t**,t style, in
FALL aho
WINTER
Millinery j
L.L-H..' Furni.hin_��. Fine Silk Ho.ien-. In
.���erwuar,aad averyUu.it in tha line of Pence
UnrOnods.
littfneiy -��;ecD.t>.| i��� th,- tii,c��t styles of tbe
��rt *
teassntakfag a ipecialty uud ui*-to^t.t��.
w . _n   ..mt,| to Ir-iul in wtvle.. and all work
-l ��� .���:.... A u, u�� nil) re* eive our H��cial atten-
r|i,��i
Mrs. Q. H. DOUGHTY,
Oypth&ta Hr>��r. Heana, Ke-.o Sve^Saoatea
. A. 8. MARSHALL
DENTIST.
BA6L0.
B.C,
Will heat the llotvl llaltm.ral
oii<-e a mouth.
In I. rcr..uti<l *Mir\��-y,..
Sntfaet and Aerial
Tmmwayj.
F. W. GROVES,
Ciril and Mining Engineer,
PMetaelal l.��u.i Xir-.r-y.tr.
KhsIu. Ii. C.
'Jl ��� r..! t'.Air..* -^nr".^i-*"J nii.i It. piirt-d Upon
Certificate of Improvementa
I.ITTI F. WI0OW   IU.OCCABD AXl�� Sll.VF.R
t"��HI> VIINFHALCI.AIMS
Stnala in tJarSlocan MiainK l��ivUi.��m<f Wejrt
K.n.'euav *ll-t riti Where Itx-ated: On Xo-
t.lr Wea Honatala.
T��-r n..��Lk��> that I. Arthurs Farwell. agent
*..i Ki*inH Toinii.i ���>>'). ire,' miner** rertirl-
. ��'f N.i.'-I.'-L.stvl Wili.ur A Hendry*, free
mioer's eerliSeate N'.- :���.-*.'��'.*.. intend. L.i\ty
(s\. ir-.in ill.- <lat��- hereot. to apply to the iniu-
In. iv, ..r.ir-r let eertiSeata.nl improvement*.
fwt tht jrurpo ���* "I "I'tsiiii.ie *t*omo grants ot
tW al-otn claims
Aot nuttier take notiee tnat action nnder
.. tine tt me -t * >��� e������n��ttce��t ������efore the i>>n-
.oo, ..t -n.-L, enrtiSeate >��l inipn.-.eim*nt.
|mrr.l ihi. .-*th .lay ol Noveiii-Vr.l*\*\-
A. s WAtVB Kl.l..
lr��t.-..! lir.t pulrlk Mti.m. Xo-.. **��. i**-'7-	
Certificate of improvementa.
1��>H *T.IV MINFKAl. CLAIM.
>;.   ..tr le the Sl.KHi. MiiLinij IHviaion of We.i
-.ootana*   WsOijI      Where  Un-ated~>ear
Take notice that I. V B llailton. free minera
MrtiScnla No T '-.���*. oiO'O'*- ��"**'[**���* 1���m
tlw .late hereof, to apply to the Miiuiir Re-
Cert.ficate of Improvamenta.
KESEF AND DEERSLAYER MLNEBAL
CLAIMS.
Situate in the Slooan Mining Division of Weet
Kootenay district. Where located-On Cody
creek. ^^
Take notiee that I, William A. Bauer, act-
ing as agent for Lucy A. Shaw, free minei'a
certifteat* No.SrWt., intend, aixiy days from
the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvementa for
the purpose of obtaining Crown grants of
above claims.
And further take notice that action, nnder
section S7, must lie commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvementa.
Dated this 1st day of Oct., 18U7.
Date of first publication, Oct.��, ItWI.
Certificate of Jmprovemante
CHATHAM AND LILY MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Slocan Mining division of West
Kootenay district.    Where   located���Six
miles up North Pork Carpenter ereek.      '
Take notice that I, William A. Bauer, acting asaiient for free miner's certificate No. I.
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the mining recorder for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a crown grant of the above claims. *v
And further take notice that action, nnder
section 37. must be commenced before the ia-
snan.-e of such certificate of improvementa.
Dated this 25th dav of November, ISW.     .
WILLIAM A. BAUER, PJL..S.
First publication. Nov. 27,1S97.
Certificate of Improvoments.
MOLLY. LITTLE JOE AND MOLLY FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Slocan Mining division of West
Kootenay district.    Where located���Goat
Canon creek, a tributary of Cariboo creek.
Take notice that I, William A. Bauer, acting as aa-eut for tbe Columbia A Cariboo Oold
Mining Company, free miner's certificate No.
XttA. intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a certificate of "improvements, for the purpose of ohtaining a crown grant of the above claims.
An.l further take notice tbat action,under
section Ti. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvementa.
I*��ted t hi- ..".th day of November, Ittd.
WILLIAM A. BAUER.
Fir-t publication. Nov. tl, ISW. 	
Certifieate of Improvements.
BLACK   KNAT   AND NAOMA   FRACTION
MINERAL CLAIMS. ���
Situate iu the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenav District. Where located: Two
mill's up'South fork of Carpenter ereek from
Codv _
Take notice that 1. William A. Bauer, agent
for Dominion Mine., limited, free miner's certificate No. ��.i-Jiu, intend, sixty days, from
the date hereof, to apply to the Oold Commu-
sioner for a certificate of improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grant ef the
above claims.
And further take notice, that action under
section .1* must be commence I trefore the issuance of such certificate of improvementa.
Dated this -5th day of NovemberjlSW.
WILLIAM A BAUER, P.LS.
- ���
Certificate of Improvements.
for
he
hat
rxtrdei lor a certificate of improvements   I
Um Mrpoae of ohtaining a ciowb grant ott
_bo-ri  claim    \f.l further take a-otioe th
action under *#Ktion��, n.u-t U commenced
h.-forv thei-nai'.eof a.ich certitlcate of im-
,,,i;:;:r;,;;.^^..i��vof.Mou.rk,K.-.Tr>x
I��ste �����' *:i-t pul-licatioii. lVt.SU. MN.
aluiiiM  sltrt-s
-ItipiKHl
wwiWO^w^ .-.�� ��� aMivt.
ot this cls�� A ort.   ��� .
work u Is pwp���� SSLtaSd
Cortitifate of Improvements.
Ml.VKH HKll.    AM�� * IU.ST1.KR   ������
A I. I LAI SB!
���situate III the Slooan Mining Division of West
Ko!... ,'l.v .t.atrict    Where locate.l-ln the
Kk;;.'";-1" u... i, d. r *_��_** **** ^t.r
. . \,. at-UD a��aeeiit  for theMUer
a\n*\n^*to*H
Hosi ler   �����     ��,H      ��� X),.,<v>IA and for James
fe "/, i r fiCe m in er*; certificate No. ttkAU,
1 '"'"' ���T. from the.late hereof, to ap-
;:;;7;\^^u&^rn.erfora.rrtjfica^^
' r'.r further   ak,   noUea that action under
t   , JT t .'list W ...n.inenoed l-efore the issn-
:;,. n. icertth. ate of improve.neuU.
T.lte.1 thi. Stth day of Septemher, MM.
r'lrst puhlit'ali.'n.tk't-**.        ________________
Stibttoribe for the I'aystresk.
ROBIN.   WILD  SWAN,   HUMMING  BIRD
AND LINNET AND SKYLARK FRACTIONS
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.    Where located:
in Whitewater Basin.
Take notice that I, William A Bauer,acting
as agent for John MacQuillan, feee miners
certificate No. *U.V>av intend, sixty days from
the date here..', to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate ol improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tne
above claim.. ... _. _
And further take notice that action under
section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this tfth ^No^mber, j**^
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of the Naku��pS Slocan Railway eompa-
nv to applv to the railway committee of the
urivv council tosauction the building and
.w.nstruction of a branch line of railway from
a point about one mile east of Three Forks to
Rear Uke, a distance of about six miles, for
the purpose of giving increased facilities to
business and of transportating the product*
of the mines.an.l to sanction the appropriation
of the necessary lands for that purpose under
the compulsory powen vested in the said company by the railway act or any other act in
lUhehaif. ��W��5{*HN v arm^roko.
Secretary Nakusp.- WoeaiilRailw ayC-onumuy
Dated at Victoria, B. C Oct. 80, ljP^	
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that at the expire-
lio, of onemonthTrom the first publ cation
he���f.thenndetr��is��ed will and**-tothe!Sti-
nemiiarv Magistrate for the district of West
F-otanav for a license to aell liquorabyre-
UM Ws'hotai 'situate in Wa_hi.��ton Wn.
Xut four or live miles from McO^aUj WesC
Kootenay district, i^^^^m^)^^'
ttD��tad at Sandon, B. C November HO, WI."
1 8
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B.C., DECEMBER ii, l��ff.
slocan muss.
Shippers and Dioldend Pbaara of
Thta Pamoos District
Below is a list of Ihe shippers and
dividend paying mines of the Slocsn
district:
eatm-as.
Corinth, SevereUrn,
QaeenBeea, Majeatie,
Alpha, Fisher Maiden,   ���
8apphl*��Qem, Great Western,
American Boy, AJax,
Chambers Group, Idler,
Sunshine, Argo,
Ivanhoe, . Bine Bird,
Beat, Baby Silver,
Lucky Jtan, London Group,
Read and Tenderfoot. Galena Farm.
Howard Fraetion, Monteenma,
Silver Bear, Ehtania,
Chaatean, Molly Hushes,
Bed Foe, Black Fox,
Tatat, Ibee,
flnn-tet, Charleston,
Nonpareil, Cortelia.
SUver BeU, Noonday,
I.ncky Boy, Kalispel,
O. H. Ayllard. Yakima.
onriMtSD r-aruu.
MoaaUin Chief, Alamo-Idaho,
Cnmbertand, Wonderful,
Bnth, Slocan Star.
Payne, Slocan Boy.
Washington, Laat Chance.
Nohle Five. Been,
Goodenough, Rambletr-Carihoo,
Knterpriae, RE. Lee,
Two Friends, Fred lie Lee,
Monitor,                     . Antoine,
Surprise, Eureka,
Dardanelles. Jackson Group,
Whitewater, Wellington Group,
Grady Group.
A Hsppt) Inspiration.
It is understood thst considerable
thought bus been liven, and grave
cause far apprehension has been felt
st the bead offices of the Canadian
Pacific Railway in Montreal, owing
to the near approach of the opening
of the new branch line to Nelson,
It was felt that the increase of business brought by the opening up of
this new section would tax there-
sources of the company to the utmost
but President Vsn Monte, with his
usual promptness and foresight,
found a sure wsy out of the difficulty when tiie services of Parson
Brown, of Sandon, were retained.
An Associated Press dispstch states
that C.P.R. stocks have taken a 4
per cent, jump on the London market owing to Ihe feeling of ���confidence
established bv this action on the part
of the authorities.
Sell Sustaining.
.  Here is a sort of perpetusl motion
Affair.   A Arm of moneyed men In
New York hsve bought a piece of
land and will stock It with 1000
-black cats and 9009 rats.   It is estimated that the cats will increase to
.15,000 In two years, and btsck cat
skins are worth fl.   The rat* will
' multiply five times ss  fa*t as the
cats, and the rats will   be caught,
skinned snd sold to kid glove manufacturers, while their esresses wil)
feed the cits'   On the other hand,
, the carcasses of the  skinned cats
will be fed to the rats.   This is One
ofthe best self supporting scheitoes
v ise ever heard of and there is a gold
. mine In it.   The est* will Ite allowed
) to increase until the 100,000 limit to
ranched, when the income will be
enormous, as no feed -sill he necessary after tbe first yea r.
Prise Pants.
Tbe following composition  by a
.*! little rlri won a  prize in a Boston
Pants sre made for men and men
for pants.   Woman was made for
pants. When a man pants for a
woman and a woman pants fbr��
man, they are a pair of pants. Such
pants do not lust. Pants aro Ilka
molss**, they aro thinner in hot
weather and thicker in cold. The
man in the moon changes his pants
during an eclipse. Men are often
mistaken In pants.' Such mistakes
make breeches of promise. There
hss been much discussion ss to
whether pants are singular or plural.
Seems to us when men wear pants (t
is plursi snd when they don't wear
anv it is singular. Men get onia
tear in their pants and it's all right,
but when the pant* get on a War It's
all wrong.
Prank N. Grati in Trouble.
A report comes from Edmonton
thst Frank M. Gray, lately of Hoiden'& Orav, Sandon, had gt4 into
trouble bv" shooting a man in tlie
arm in a row. This will be sad
news to his many Handon friends,
as while hero Frank was universally
liked and respected. He was in
Sandon in its early day*, and cam*
hero the second time about a year
ago. His bearing while hero waa
quiet and gentlemanly, and he was
never known to la* intoxicated ��** la
anv wav quarrelsome.   Moch of the
Kaintingdone on buildings erected
ere laM summer wss done by Mr.
Gray, and he wa* consequently
known to most of our leading citisens, who all speak highly of him in
Ids deslings and ss a man. It la to
be hoped that there are mitigating
circumstances in the case that will
clear him of any wrong-doing.
Means Buaiaeaa.
A bereaved husband up oik tlte
Dakots border has posted this notice
on a pine tree: "My wife Sarrah
has left my ranche when i didn't do
a thing Too hur and I Want it Distinctly understood that any Man as
takes hur in an Keen* for hur oit.ml
akkonnt Will get hisself Dumped so
Ful of Led thct Sum k*nderfia4 will
locate him fer a mineral claim*. A
word to the Wine is nuffkint ami
orter work on fool*.   P. Smith.'*
Silcer Quotations Por the Waak.
Mondav. Dec. tf. ' *      ����
Tuesday, Dec. 7, ���   1*5 t-ft
Wednesday. Dee. 8, -      M1H
Thttrdsy. Dec. 9, -      -    M
Friday. Dee. 10, v -      5*
Lead has remained stationary at
13.50,	
Mrs. Dunnigan That air ye
langhin' at Pat ?
Mr. O'Flaherty- Oi wor just t'ink-
ln' phat a dlvil of a time thereW be
if the siventeenth of March eame *m
the Fourth of July.
Messrs. White A Csvsnaugh itave
opened a first-class wood yard in
connection with their saw mill at
Opdti;SMtd- are prepared to furnish
dry or green wood In any amount
at lt/west cash figure. Utave your
orders ar Byers* Hardware store.
���
For silk scarfs, silk handkerchief--,
tllk tto, silk hose, silk ttdien, silk
table covers, silk diaper*, and silk
'cushions, '-We are headquarter*.
Come in and see our assortm^it before you buy your Xmas pra#uts.
'Htinter Bros.
Koveltles never tiMt before ffa this
district are In the putt) trofor-M
stock at Donsitlsuirs, the Groggi*
IlememlM-r the Hooki'V Club da nee
in Virginia llsll on the llith lust., in
aid ofthe Samion team, - .
Mm
X-flAS GOODS
AT
F. J. DONALDSON'S
THE DRUGGIST
Tb* ftnaat line of Holiday Article* a* ar bran* bt ta
Sandon baa Jaat baea raaalvad, Insoortod atrocity from
(terasaay, aamlsthig of Toilet nnd Ptoaj Artlelea. fbr
bath laadlea and Oentleasea* to Ivnrj. CellaMd, Hlsqae,
Metal aad Ptnsb. Pratty Hoavesslrs af Mnndsn wade em**
neeially fbr tMa Holiday trade.
Alaa a lar** stork af Ita* er o% Wallet's taaaaas per-
.nasaa and Tail, t Water*; Imparta* dlroei from Paris.
I Invite nil wbo nro tntindlng la aaafce fwreaento to
rail and a sa t besa gaada. All af tfcrtn am now. no�� el and
hanttnome. nnd are Jnat tba Hgbt tbln** fbr Cbriatntaa
Olfta. I
**;-t
F. J. DONALDSON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOfTICB
CHRISTMAS
STOVES
Sam U ikm Urn** U* mmt:    W ��� tarry *h*
fawavat ntiwk at Alt Tight
Queen Heating Stores,
Box Stooes*
Cooking Stoves.
Ranges, Etc.
Vwnp mnd %M*jr Starr* ***** to *****���
A
SIlSvARE  Hamilton ByefS
,.    ...        ,      ' '  ftAKIsO. HANDON-
In wmdl*** tmtktty.  Onrstirfalsfnll wt not*  *
Um* tot VhtUtma* mommmamamwmm
What to gitm la thm V*ttt-moa    U-s.st.___. _��.      .
��� ���.��sr l Us I tot yaw. .nil will dm It vltK pi*a*e  TRY      \
nr_.trjr��j>utstnavian aurosl. i****n4 ram S.3P "
��Vf-r  I. bO.ll.tn  mm ��-.!���>  ~~,t 00 *Uv����J- '   *
wain. Aewelry.Otr    Wa gwmtwmUw *a\\w .lt*U*-
���ry tnat-v paH<**t CWfva-la. rultsr-t tmjiAw* attd
Utwat Bmata.
G. W. QRINIMETT
stHH
Trail
Blazer
Cigar
All NINO STOCKS
And Qther Inventrnent-     ***.
l-.ye.ry Reprw-ntalloir linaranteed.
ssVaffJ. ......        ''
J. M. HARRIS.
���
** Saoaoa, S C
*AAd Aaa*   ..
���  '"i n
And You Will
Smoke No
Other.

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