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THE  SILYERTONIAN.
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VOLUME TWO.
^TLVERTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JULY 9, 1898."
NUMBER 2
ROBERT F. GREEN ADDRESSES TUE
ELECTORS OF SILVERTON AND
IS PROMISED SUPPORT.
The voters who (fathered last Tuesday
evening in McKinnon's Hall to hear tbo
address of Robert F. Green tha Indepen-
jentOpponition candidate were prscti-
rally the name who met the Premier and
Mm I, Kctallack hero on Thursday of
,nHt wet.u. But what a difference in the
reception given the speakers. Instead
0| tho stony silence that greo'od the
Premier and his woulc'.-be colleague, Mr.
Green was received with hearty cheers
and applause. The meeting was called
lo order at eight o'clock with W. Hunter
io Ilie chair, who called upon Mr. Green
to address the meeting.
Mr. Green at once ontoiod into a comparison and criticism of the platform
on which he stood snd the platform of
|,ia political opponent. The toiling points
gainst Mr. Retallaek's real Htand and
tlie ono ho assumed before tho electors
were each loudly applauded. In defining liia own portion, Mr. Green left no
doubt in the minds of all his hearers as
(0 the consistency of his position and
his platform, every plank of which met
with the approval of bis hearers.
Mr. Green made a decidely gooJ impression upon everyone in Silverton.
The next speaker cslled upon was
Aug. Carney, who kept the audience In-
tero-ited for nearly sn hour in dealing
with the irisues More the electors. Mr.
Carney avoided all personalities in his
addres-i wnich ended too soon for his
heaiers. As an instance of tho contemptible manoeuverii of Premier Turner
and hia party, Mr. Carney told his hearers that after the meeting in Slocan City
on Wednesday of la**t week, til • Premier
luldtlic spii.i-cr and Mr. Ciiff that he
would iil'ln***-* noothor meeting on .Slocan
hike. To tbe .great surprise of these
gentlemen however, the HuroB-bui..
II. Turner held a meeting in Silverton,
which lie had arruiH'ul fir and wblcb
he knew-would be held.   It was withj.
;',;„; u,; i^ •&*&, ih° ***'r
and Mr. Cliff remained in Slocan Cit>.
Following Mr. Carney and on behalf «
.;ol...I..UetnllacU, J. A. McKinnon took
Uie floor and wpeat^, as <•" wo*"""
,., i,h speech, what sounded like au el-
itorid from the Kootenaian. Mr. *w
Kinnon accused the precedi.,_ »f«ak«
ol confining himself to |*ci-onahtu-s,in
|,i» speech and took ihe stand that «r.
.ireenwaainjnat in wanting to remove
ll.etax from the miners in .....aa snd
not from the prospector*. He re erreil
toour rivers tcroin*- *it»« (•*>■• itT**t
stress was laid on the fact lh « } «• G«
WHAT A VOTE FOR
ROBERT F. GREEN
WILL MEAN.
IF  YOU CAST  YOUR  BALLOT FOR   ROBERT P. GREEK YOU VOTE
FOR THE KEl'EAL OF THE TAX ON WOUKING MINrTtS,
OF   COMPETITION    BETWEEN    WHITE
AND
THE   RESTRICTION
CHINESE LABOR,    [
THE DEVELOPEMENT OF THE COUNTRY IN A SYSTEMATIC AND
ECONOMICAL MANNER,
THE TURNING OUT OF A GOVERN MENT THAT LEANS TOWARDS
MONOPOLIES AND IS FAVORING VANCOUVER ISLAND AT THE
EXPENSE OF THE MAINLAND,
RESERVATION OF ALL AGRICULTURAL LAND8 FOR THE ACTUAL
SETTLERS.
THE NON-EJ.IPLOYMENT OF CHINESE ON ANY CONTRACT OR BY
ANY CORPORATION   RECEIVING GOVERNMENT AID,
THE     CONSULTING     OF      MINING      MEN     PRIOR      TO      ANY
RADICAL CHANGES OF THE MINERAL ACT,
A PARTY THAT WILL ENCOURAGE RAILWAY COMPETITION, NOT
DISCOURAGE IT AS HAS BEEN DOSE FORMERLY,
A MAN WHOSE PLATFORM DOES NOT CONFLICT WITH THE
PLATFORM OF THE PARTY HE HAS ALLIED   HIMSELF   WITH.
A MAN WHO ;HAS FOUGHT A CLEAN, HONEST, UPRIGHT
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN.
BEAR IN MIND-
THAT IN VOTING FOR JOHN L. RETALLACK YOU ARE SUPPORTING
A MAN WHO. NOrWITHSTANDING THE PROTESTATIONS OF HIS
PERSONAL VIEW3. IS BOUND TO SUPPORT 'IHE TURNER PARTY
SHOULD HE Bg ELECTED,               ... .        •     ;   .
EM Y TlTf X* IrVW WiW-CMV •.....^«i'""»"•"•*-
'   ■    GOVERNMENT    THAT     WILL    ™
'pit   i'ii     TO    . r\r\%*
CONTINUE   TO   CHARGE
PRIVILEGE OF WORKING,
THE
THE LOCAL LAYOUT-
It il Time Fob a   Chanui*,
RossThorbnrn and D u ;h s Dar^ mode
a trip to Brooklyn ou Tuesday.
Fred Sandilanda, of Sandon was seen
on the streets last Sunday.
Keep the ('iunmmkn ont is Green's
motto.
Johnny Carter, tho colored minstrel,
gave an open-air ooncert in front of the
Victoria, on Wedneaday evening.
We   H.ivk   Fkd   Monopolies   Loso
E.\Ol'<ill.
Jake Kirkpatrlck left on Monday to
tako charge of the new store of the Wm.
Hunter Co. at Brooklyn.
A vote for Green is another nail in tho
Chinamak'h collin.
All who attended the Fourth of July
celebration in Slocan City report having
had a good time.
A FppE Ballot and an Honest Count
The Honest Voters Will uo the Rest.
J. A. Teepoiten, representing Hemic -
son Bros, of Vancouver, paid Silverton
a visit on Thursday.
A   Vote   fok   Gbken   is   a    Votb
AOAINST MONOPLIEH   \S   OtR    PROVINCE.
Tho Wm. Hunter Co. made a shipment
on Saturday last of a large smo unt of
stock for their branch s'.oro at Brooklyn,
E. Rammelmeycr returned here from
Rossland last Saturday, accompanied hy
his wife and family, who will remain in
Silverton the remainder of this   month .
The attendance at the Dominion Day
Celebration in Nelson was greater thau
at any other celebration and the Hub of
Kootenay ftillfilled all tha promises mnde
regarding its celebration.
A free country and white labor.
Frank Ryan and Kenneth Morrison,
have gone up to work on Iho Torpedo
claim, dwned hy themselves and Ed,
Stuart. 1 hey expect to do considerable
developement work.
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J. A. M°KINNON & CO.
Silverton, _B.   O,
CARRY A FULL LINK OF
General
Meroh andlse
AND
Miner's
Supplies
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1 FINE TAILOPING
Spring Suit Patterns Now on Hand,
„..i.i __-._w.».*..H- -—>*- -    - • an ear|y inspection of my
I would respectfully invite gentlemen to
selections in Spring and Summer Suitings.
My prices will be found moderate.   I make it
,JW ss is consistent with good material, good worrnnan
•■   and attention requiste to get up thoroughly satisfactory garments
I
,     ' ■   -«-.-•«..•.   j.-lu-u it, a point to keep them as
low as is consistent with good material, good workmanship and the
attention ri'onintn in i-f>t im iio-ovm,...!.. ...i:..f....	
care
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KOOTENAY MINER A TAX FOR THE P
THAT HAS ONLY SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PRESENT CAMPAIGN DONE ITS PROPER SHARE TOWARDS BUILDING TRAILS AND
ROADS IN THIS SECTION,
THAT MAKES THE VOTE OF ONE MAN IK CASPAR EQUAL THE
VOTES OF FIVE MEN IN THE SLOGAN,
~~~ ""*   DEEPER   AND    DEEPER  IN
POWER.     A DEBT   THAT
THAT IS INVOLVING   OUR   PROVINCE
DEBT EVERY YEAR THAT IT REMAIN-* IN
KOOTENAY MUST   PARTLY   ■•>•*» vv   Nl
THAT   WF,     ARE  PAYING
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to see him leave anil be takes with him j ®QWWW*9*>*}>i>*5
the best wishes of all.
A. A. Webb and Charles Rrandt have
tone up to tlu Colonel Sellers group on
Ciffey creek. Tney expect to do considerable wcrk on thie property and wil'
probably remain their for about two
months.
Thc Nelson Tiibune in au'hority for
the Ptatoment that tbe Northern Pacific
Railway    Company    ha.?     purchased
fc^
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Silverton.
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■if
B.C.
thi**'
■tress was UWI on the lactiiui     ■ w„,mxT   WE    a....  ---•»-   MOE-VE  IN   APP
ermneiithad borrowed the millions o • ^ W1UT Wh M',CUM-
dollars and thi. feat was io tl.e word   of   ™1Al        ^ .-s INFLUENCE, INDUCED  Tl
the speaker "the chief pl.uk >•> tb*     THAT BY OBIS APPLICATION F
S '  -iu-rni "TANDING   THE   FACT Corbiu's   roads which operate in
UKPAY   NOTUlfH.TAND NO ^ ^ ^^ |f§ aud
SURPLUS   EVERY   VBAB   IH»U *•** * _,_ _„„__ ,,_„.«.
APPROPRIATIONS.
ollowed on the bt»li  of.OF A LOCAL B3U5U    •   . AS THE MINER'S   AND   MINE-  8harehoiders of
and made a good Bpeech. j jQm ,   uETALLACK, W*iVw CONSTITUTED DELEGATES IJJt., the chairn
He offered  .o meet Mr. \ '        FBlKS„, WAS ONE OF^ ?" J''VAT VICTORIA   IN   1890   AND their engineers.
Ki-eaker    -.••» —— -- ,    ,.,
platform". Mr. McKinnon waa b..dl>
applauded after his speech although the
spplause was for the «ood fellow and not
lorihesenti'mentse-ipu'SEe-.
Dan Cronin followed on the b*li 0f|0l
Mr. McKinnon
cyen for Dan.
Mi'Kinnon any
ii'ieationsol the day. .
At the conclusion   of   Mr.   Cronm
speech, Mr. McKinnon  and the ot he.
Retallack men. and they were very few
indeed, rose to leave the meeting and ro
(used to listen to Mr Carney's HNV"
the cliarues against him mode by Mr.
McKinnon. , .....
The last shaker was Do.uzald Ue»lH-
an, a miner who appealed to miner. Mr-
McMillan laid great itresson the OMuets
question Wd urged th.l All be^AAe
the burning issue of tho fight. H»»-W
that it ought to tie a stand hy the miner
lor their 13.50 a day. II* declared that
the Chinese poliey of tl.e Turner Party
^S^of-3^»iS««MMD,,n
six million dollars.
II C ^ heeler has purchased the shop
THE   DOMINION    PAR-1 and"i_»«i|ieP» of W. Bomb and will «»-
iiKT BY DBIS« tio — "1DDTti-ATiOS FORA   RIGUTOF WAY   ,iml0 ti,c business in the old atamh   Mr.
..Ikv to REFUSE CORBINS Al l LlCA     ^f^"       TO TH VT   DIS-  Wheeler hopes by strict attendance to
LlAMENr WKh     8 -lucTi  THUS   REFUSING   TO THAT.   i retain all the old customers
INTO THE  BOUND.UU    m^;raNirEn
On June Utb. at tbe meeting of the
the Whitewater   Mil e
airman read   reports   from
valuing the mi*16 ftt %&°i
*  ,.t*. ir*ATin\- tOX   Tl.e mine is said to have enough
Vn   T.IF   PROPERLY   CONSTITUTED   RATION.   CW _pply 100 ton.d-.Hy  to a
,N OPPOSITION   TO   THE   Il«»   «      uwKLL_TOLD   THE    GONERN-
MESSRS t,M. SPROAT AND A*'      IkYiu1NG   TQ   ,,vY   A   0NE
MENT THAT THE MlNE-WJW ^ MlNES, WHILE NO SUCH
m CENT TAXO^j;      QAL MISE8.   THIS, REMEMBER,
Hotel Victoria.
FINEST APPOINTED HOTEL IN THE KOOTENAYS.    EVERYTHING
NEW, NEAT, AND CLEAN.   CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO
STEAMBOAT LANDING.   FIRST-CLASS IN
EVERY RESPECT.
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SILVERTON, +        -        IS.   O.
TAX WAS BE
„ THE MINER'S FRIEND!
—^TfTTHE   MINER'S"UNION
To 	
The wages of laborers  nt  the Hal!
mines have lieen reduced  from 25c. to
.  ir_ndTnu»J« <n them
•       . i-_r awav 20j. per hour, ami a '_„._.
was driving tl.e American miner _».»|«- v
m ,„,-., away  20,. per n- -■ -        c01lM.qne..ce.
and next to the Briton and ,1, Canadian  have ceased.w        ^^
stood   the American       "'*     f ^H     Laborers ol the Blo.an.P^^^
made a brilliant speech and It is hopeo gmoVo {>   «>»|W,«'
that  the  miners will take a  ^^^^dAy^^^^
Ti^heartyclieersweregivenfor ^^R^   »-«
chaliman at the conclusion of the meet-1 way from ___,__, „nhia l0 be Bh.e
S. 0. Mc.Cluro, foreman at the Galena
Minos, had the mieforttiue while in
Nt-'lsou at ihe celebration tu have his
left hand severely burned, owing to the
preniatnre explosion of a sky-rocket
The burn though painful is not serious.
A DISTINCT DENiAL.
ingandwhen three doers •» ^^SS3---.^SLKt
for for "Bob" Green the crowd let themselves loose and such cheering was never
before heard In Bilvorton.
WE THINK SO TOO.
It would be a good deal better for the
country if the money that iho Turner
Government is at present squandering
iiithesHhsidir.iiigof a corrupt press in
view of the coming elections wero i-peni
In making good roads into tho mining
tampa and so promoting the true developement nnd progress of the Province.
See Ledge, Dec. 9th, W.
Hear Heat!
Where is Retall*c1f> Chinbse *>l»nl<.
Here is an answer to the assertion
111(Ml0hy Premier Turner while hero in
ro„ard to the New Vancouver Co .1 to
working Chinese underground. We tske
thi, (rom the Victoria Times.
To tho Editor:-!  am  authorized to
.tate on behalf of the New Vancouver
Coal Co., Ltd., that no Chinaman has
lieen employed underground in any 0»
■V*0™ .'"^J'hon^t.law-abid-l  °ci,   inativ0f their  mine,   for many
Uttt youh«nJc«KJ. hon ,,, § Jal8o ^ „„ _ute|Mnli nliule
men at your heM j JW  ^^ ^ Bt,orney.-enorni re-
jardln,«ho above "**»"£»
and the Wolf oi po\
la it. not timo for   action?
that is your   main  dependence.
see
forty from jour doowf
First  vote,
Then
HS^fe*""
MARK   YOUR BALLOT
FOR
K)HIT F. «««»■
TODAY.   '
Mhtloh's   Consumption   Cure   cures
i    _ nilmrs   fail.   It   s   tl.e   leading
fflffA horn, should he
vhlfout it.   Pleasant to take and goes
right to thejP_Jt;_3ldat
For Constipation tako Karl's Clover
Hoot Tea, the great Blood Purifier Curea
Hondache, Nervousneaa, Eruptions of
the face, and makes the head an clear as
a bell.  Sold at
The Silverton Drug Store, t
concentrator for eighteen nunths
Complications of a legal nature
cropped up at the. adjourned trial of J.
C. Boxer on Tuesday last, necessitating
itB adjournment to Slocan City until
Tuesdav next. The public neaily had
U,e uuhpie experience of seeing a.lusti-H
leave the bench to enlor the witness
stand, in a case ou which he was setting.
The doubt as to the legality of this
proceeding resulted as above.
The following clipped  from the Free
Lance   is  also quite  appropriate   for
Silverton.
" This town is undergoing a process ol
ovolution. The elements that made
Weiaskiwin a lively town are being
eliminated. Like the Old Guard at
Waterloo, there are only a few of ua left.
The new fellow are altogether too respectable and well behaved for Wetski-
win, They ought to bo in Kingston or
Toronto. What in thunder sucb well
behaved men are doing here beats us. If
we could behave like them we would
play golf and movo in society."
Back of tbe old Walker House, where
we dwell in peace and all kinds of discomfort we started a garden this spring.
It is a nice pastime, as pastimes go.   It
is gone.   We were altogether deceived
In thinking it could  bo pulled through
without rain.   After  purchasing   every
imaninable seed in Right, In the neatest
kind of packages, we buried them in tho
irronnd.   We put up a lot of littlo sticks
with the names on to guide tho worms.
Bnt we fooled 'em this year, as nothing
will come up, and  they  can't   cat tbe
aticks.   We will  be  the sticks ahead
uuy how.-Free Ltwco.
LAKEVIEW   HOTEL
Silverton.
^HIS  HOTEL  IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISHED
5E   BAR   IS   BUPPLIED   W1™  BEST   BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
X-.   _*£.  KrLOT^rlcs.   3PXOP.
MADE FROM THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLES OF       ^
SAUSAPARIIIA AM) OREGON GRAPE ROOT Jt
fi The   Best  Spring   Medicine ^
making Pure Blood        *
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~~~m*~~-m ^ysmsWK^ ■    •"*"" 1**-*""***™™^ THE SILVERTONIAN,
R. 0. and Harry Matheson. Editors
SILVERTON,
B.C.
MINOR NEWS OF THE WORLD.
W
Tfce B-Blneaa 1'rosrrean—Facte for
(he Carloi*.*-Aecldenle and Crime
—Notea of Pereone—Chnrchee and
HHUrlons  News.
Korea has 8,000,(XK) Inhabitants, though
it ia no larger than Minnesota.
Antwerp has Just been the scene of an
important art sale, the pictures in the
Hums museum having been sold for
1,31)0,000 francs, about $270,000.
Tlie island of Key West is of coral formation, contains about 2000 acres and
has a population of some 25,000—Americans, Cubans, negroes and Chinese.
A cabinetmaker at Frunkenberg, in
Saxony, now 84 years of age, boasts that
he helped build Goethe's coffin in 1832,
and saw the pocfa body laid away in it.
In Palestine the swallows are allowed
thc freedom not only of the houses and
living rooms, but of the mosques and
tombs, where they build their nests and
rear their young.
The common soldier in Russia receives
three rubles per annum—about $2.25. The
day rations consist of two pounds of such-
ary, which is a very coarse kind of bread
made of cracked rye, baked hard at first,
then cut into small pieces and further
dried iu a heated oven; a small quantity
of salt and some soup.
A centrifugal gun, discharging 30,000
bullets a minute, has been invented by
an English engineer. The bullets are
poured into a case from a hopper and
guided into a disk, three feet in diameter, revolving in the case at the rate of
15,000 revolutions a minut/- They are
discharged from tl.e edge of the disk.
Dr. Chan, a Chinese physician of Cleveland, Ohio, ofTers to organize in this
country a regiment of Chinamen and to
convert tlie Chinese of the Philippines into allies of the United States.
The value of agricultural products exported from the United States for the
year ending with this month is larger
than for any previous year in the history
of the country. . It amounts to over
1*800,000,000.        '
The president has authorized canned
salmon to be added as one of the army
rations. Fresh beef will be issued to the
troops six daya in ten, salt meats three
days in ten, and canned salmon one day
in ten.
The miners of Colorado are changing
the names of many of their mines to those
of famous men of the present war. One
of the best-paying copper mines is called
Sigabee.   It is claimed that it never na.nl
iiAiiiiipiiiiiiiiijifriFiLis!!^^.;?,1,).
amusement is hunting, in which he indulges whenever he can get permission
to leave the reservation.
According to the Financial Chronicle
this year's cotton acreage is practically 1
the game as last year, insuring low
prices. Government estimate, however ia
of a 0.8 per cent reduction in acreage and
correspondingly higher prices.
A report that wild dogs are creating
havoc among cattle and sheep along the
border of Arizona and New Mexico is receiving a good deal of attention. It is
corroborated by the deputy sheriff of
Navajo county, who recently returned
from an extended trip through the mountains along the border.
Testimony i„ a contest to annul the
will of a deceased Maryland farmer has
Si°?,the^thathewasin  the
habit of digging holes on his farm for
oleih»U?r ,°f fi"iBg them with water r<T°,r*f1d favorably and without'em-nd"
the Jin i"' ?,tlmt he mi«ht ""Ply h1Cnt the Hawai-a* annexation resolution
the ocean and enable the tinners to plant |M ,msC(i b.v the house.
Hugh W. Williams, who Wl_, my8tel|.
ously shot recently in San Francisco, Cal.,
government ia advised to submit with
resignation to that accomplished result.
Searchlights are such good targets for
an enemy's guns that the Germaua are arranging to throw the light first on a
mirror and thence on the enemy, thereby
concealing its real source.
A woman's idea of making a name
for herself is to marry well.
The Venezuelan revolution ended hy
the defeat and capture of Hernandez, jts
loadefl
A patrol of the Spanish coast in contemplation by the United States government. Thc extensive traffic in contraband
will make thia course necessary.
A mass meoting held at St. Iiouis by
French residents and a resolution adopted favoring a demonstration to counteract the antagonism against France because of her alleged opposition to tlie
United States.
Tommy Ryan defeated Tommy West In
a 20-rouiul contest at Syracuse, N. Y., for
tho welterweight championship of the
world.
The largest granite plant in New England, situated at liaire, Vt., burned;
loss, $100,000.
The Austrian rcichsrath dissolved on
account of the disorders over the language ordinance.
A band of eleven negroes made an unsuccessful attempt to wreck the Queen
and Crescent limited passenger train near
New Orleans, La., June 11.
Edward Montisi, who was arrested on
suspicion of being a Spanish spy as he
was about to board a steamer at New
York, has been released from confinement
ou' Governor's island for lack of evidence.
The gunboat Wheeling has left Seattle
for Alaska with a government surveying
party on board.
Madrid papers continue to insist that
Spain does not desire peace.
Princeton University has conferred the
degree of LL. D. on Admiral Dewey.
Senator Aid rich has been reelected
United Statea senator from Rhode Islnnd.
The naval repair-ship Vulcan has been
ordered to join Admiral Sampson's fleet.
England has acquired 200 additional
square miles of Chinese territory adjacent
to Hong Kong.
Many relics of the war of the rebellion
have been found by the soldiers now iu
camp at Chickamauga.
Chicago has invited President McKinley
and ex-1-rcsident Harrison to make addresses in that city July 4.
The value of the corn crop in Mexico
in 1890 was $77,000,000, which is ten
times the value of the coffee crop of that
country.
The Cuban allies of our marines at Caimanera, Cuba, fought well, going right up
to the Spanish lines without the slightest fear.
Rats gnawing matd.es have caused no
less than forty fires in widely different
parts of the United States during the
past week.
Japan has no desire to interfere in the
Philippine matter, Formosa Iwing furnished all the territorial difficulties now
illlWI.-* '
BiDUDY BATTLE AT SANTIAGO
MANY  DEAD   AND   WOUNDED.
Roonevell'a Hi.null 111.let-™ and H>-"r-
iilur Cavalry t'harK- Into thr
lli'ush—Put Spaniard* to I'llalil-
Ten WiHimiiii will Die— Society
Hen KilleT	
THE LANDING OF THE TROOPS
oiliiliil   ll.-ii.iil   of   I..iiiiiil   Shutter.
Washington, June 20.-The following
has been received here:
"Playa del Este, Adjutant General,
Washington: Daiquiri, Juno 23.—We
bad a very lino voyage. We lost let-
tlian 50 animals, six or eight today. Lost
more putting them through the surf to
innd—than on 4)ie transport-.—The, cam-.
It ia reported that a number of Philadelphia coal dealers will be prosecuted
by thc government for selling coal to the
Spanish government.
A number of Georgiu moonshiners have
had their sentences modified, so as to be
able to join a moonshine regiment now
organizing.
The Cuban junta will send a ship to
Cuba: with supplies for the insurgent army. The vessel will be commanded by
Oapt. "Johnny" O'Brien.
Over 5000 Spanish volunteers are reported to have deserted to the insurgents
in Cuba since thc beginning of Sampson's
blockade of Santiago.
Five hundred farms have been sold in
Center county, Pa., for unpaid taxes, the
majority going    for   just    the amount
charged against them.
The senate committee on foreign affairs
.At         « *
On Hoard tho Associated Press Rout
Wanda, off Juragua, June 24, via Playa
del Este, Cuba, June 25.—Thia morning
(Friday) four troops of the First cavalry,
four troopa of the Tenth cavalry and
eight troopa of Roosevelt's Rough Riders,
less than 1000 men in all, dismounted
and attacked 2000 Spanish soldiers in thc
thickets within five miles of Santiago dc
Cuba. Tho Americans boat the enemy
hack into thc city, but left. 13 dead upon
the field.   Of the 50 wounded 10 will die.
The dead are: Rough Riders—Captain
Allyn K. Capron, Troop L; Sergeant
Hamilton Fish, Jr.; Private Tillman,
Troop Lj Private Dawson, Troop L; Private Dougherty, Troop A; Private W. F.
Erwin, Troop F. First cavalry—Private
Dix, Private York, Private Rejork, Pri
vate Kolbe, Private Berlin, Private Len
mock.   Tenth cavalry—Corpor.il White.
At least 50 Americans wore wounded,
including aix officers. The officers wounded were: Major Brodie, shot through the
right forearm; Captain McClintock, Troop
li, shot through the right leg; Lieutenant
J. R. Thomas, Troop L, shot through thc
right leg. His condition is serious. All
the foregoing officers are Rough Riders.
Other officers who were wounded are:
Captain Knox, whose condition is serious; Major Bell, Lieutenant George L.
Hyram. These officers are of the First
cavalry.
The following are among the soldiers
who were wounded: Rough Riders:
Troop B—Privates M. Hill, Shelly:
Fishier, M. S. Neweorab. Fred
N. Ileale, Corporal Rhodes;- Troop
E — Corporal Bean, Privates Frank
Booth, W. Bert, Chartley, Dailcy, Hal
vers, E. G. Atherton, Clifford Beed, Ser
geant G. W. Arringo; Troop C—Sergeant
Joseph F. Qivanough, Corporal L. L.
Stewart, Privates George Rowland, H. J.
Haefner, Michael Coyle, R. M. Reid, M
Russell; Troop L—Privates J. R. Kean,
John P. Dernap, Thomas F. Meagher, Ed
wardCalvers, Nathaniel P. Poe. Tenth
cavalry: Troop B — Privates Russell,
Gaines, Miller, Cross, Bra ton, Wheeler;
Troop I—Privatea Ridd, Mayberry.
Edward Marshall, correspondent for
the New York Journal and Advertiser,
was seriously wounded in the small of the
back.
It is probable that at least 10 in the list
of the wounded will die.
Twelve dead Spaniards were found in
the brush after the fight, bnt their loss.
was doubtless far in excess of that
An Honr of Fierce Flff-tlna".
finnriil Yniiim Mll^'lilBk'tell.ti;
parties struck  the Spaniards about the
«me time, and the fight lasted an hour.
Hie Spaniards opened fire from the thickets and had every advantage of numbers
and position, but the troops drove then,
back   from   their   station,   stormed   the
blockhouse around  which  they made a
final stand, and sent them scattering over
the   mountaina.    The   cavalrymen   were
afterwards   reinforced   by   the   Seventii
Twelfth and jSevcnteenth infantry, part of
the Ninth cavalry and the Second Massachusetts and the Seventy-first New Yoik.
The Americans now hold the position at
the threshold of Santiago de Cuba, with
more  troops  going  forward   constantly
and they arc preparing for a final assault
upon the city.
REGULARS AND ROUGH RIDERS
Detail* of the I'IrIiI— Two Battles at
iini'i—Death of Captain Capron—
Male Ktaiii-u-ded With Gun—New
Men  1 ..imlii  I.Ik.- Veteran*.
nuind si as healthy us when we left.
Kiglity men are sick. The only deaths
were two men drowned in landing. The
landing was difficult. Tlie coast is quito
similar to that in the vicinity of San
Francisco and covered with a dense
growth of bushes. The landing at Bui-
qiiiri was unopposed. All points occupied
by the Spanish troops were heavily boin-
lurded by the navy to clear them out. I
sent troops toward Santiago and occupied
.liu-agua City, a naturally strong place,
this morning, the Spanish troops retreating as soon as our advance waa known.
1 had no mounted troops or could have
ruptured them, about 000 all told. There
is a railroad from thero in. 1 have cms
nnd an engine in my possession. With
Ilie assistance of the navy I disembarked
(WOO yesterday and o« ninny more today.
1 will get all the troops off tomorrow, in-
rluding tho light artillery and a greater
portion of the pack train, probably all of
it, with somo of the wagons. The ani-
nuds have to be jumped to the water and
towed ashore.
"I hod a consultation with Generals
Garcia, Rubi and Castillo at 1 p. m. on
the 20th, 20 miles west of Santiago.
These officers wero unanimously of the
opinion that the landing should be made
cast of Santiago. I hod come to the
same conclusion. General Garcia promises to join me at Juragua City tomorrow
with between 3000 and 4000 men, who
will be brought from west of Santiago
by ships of tlie navy to Juragua City and
there disembarked. This will give me
between 4000 and 5000 Cubans and leave
1000 under General Rubi to threaten Santiago from the west.
"The assistance of the navy has been
of the greatest benefit and enthusiastically given. Without thein 1 could not
have landed in 10 days and perhaps not
at all, aa I believe I would have had to
lose boats in tlie surf. I want nothing.
Tlie weather has been good. Prospects
are for fair weather. SHAFTER,
"Major General U. S., Commanding."
Dead   JSot   Miillliil.il.
Washington, June 25.—In response to
a telegram from the navy department re-
question information concerning the alleged mutilation of the bodies of the
marines killed near Guantanamo, Admiral Sampson has wired Secretary Long
as follows:
"Playa del Este, June 24.—Replying to
your dispatch I have to report that a
careful investigation has been made and
it is -reported to mo that apparent mu
tilatiiui was probably due to the effect
of small caliber bullets fired at abort
range, and I withdraw the charge of
umtilr.tion. SAMPSON."
 .   ■""«■» i**"tinM«ii»f JBHT-Mwit'ed
saying that General Linares' column was
attacked on the heights of Seville by the
American soldiers and a band of insurg-
ents.    The dispatch says- g
"The enemy was repulsed with serious
Itma. The Spaniards had seven killed
and  2,   wounded, including    three    of-
Near Juragua, Cuba, Juno 23, via
Kingston, .I line 20.—Practically two battles were fought at the same time, one
by the rough riders under the immediate
command of Colonel Wood, on the top
of ths plateau, and the other on the hillside several miles away by the regulars,
with whom was General Young.
Tlie first Intimation had by Colonel
Wood's i-oiiiiiiiind that there were Spaniards in the vicinity was when they
reached a point three or four miles back
from the coast, whero the low cuckoo
calls of the Spanish Midlers were heard
in the bush. Finally a place was reached about. 8 o'clock, where the trail opened
into a space covered with high grass on
the right hand side of the trail and thc
thickets. A barbed wire fence mn along
the left side. The dead body of a Cuban
was found on the side of thc road, and at
thc same timo Captain (""apron's troops
covered the outpost, tho heads of several
Spaniards being seen in the bushes for a
moment.
Hardly two minutes elapsed before
Mauser rifles commenced to crack in the
thicket, and 100 bullets whistled over the
heads of tlie Rough Killers, cutting
leaves from the trees and sending chips
flying from the fence posts by the side of
the men. The Spaniards had opened
tire and they poured in n heavy fire,
which soon had a most disastrous effect.
IV troops stood their ground with the
bullets singing all around them.
Captain Capron stood behind his men,
revolver iu hand, using it whenever a
Spaniard exposed himself. His aim was
sure, and two of the enemy were seen
to fall under his fire. Just as he was
preparing to take another shot and
shouting orders to his men at thc same
time, his revolver dropped from his grasp
and he fell to the ground with a ball
through his body. His troop was badly
disconcerted for a moment, but with all
the strength he could muster, he cried:
"Don't mind me, boys, go on and fight."
Colonel Wood also order his Hotch-
kiss gun into action, but the trooper who
rode the mule upon which a part of the
gun was packed had lieen stampeded. His
animal broke into the woods in thc opposite direction from the Spanish fire,
and the gun consequently could not be
Used.
As soon as the position had been
changed the Americans poured a more
terrific fire than ever into thc Spaniards,
as thev got them into more open coun
try and could see them better. It was
not long before the enemy gave way und
ran down the steep hill and up another
The  Spokane  Fruit  Pair.
Spokane, June 23.—The chamber of
commerce as-nuned charge of the Spokane
fruit fair for 18118 last evening, h, Bc.
cordance with arrangements prevloush
agreed upon the fair will he hereafter
under the lontrol of the chamber through
a committee of seven which shall hove
entire charge of all the detail work. The
following resolution waa passed: "1{(..
solved, that a fruit fair slmilur in general
character to the fruit fail' held In Spokane.
In OctoBer, 1807, be held by ITiiFFpokiliie"
chamber ol commerce at a date to be
fixed between September 20 and October
15 proximo, provided a satisfactory fund
lie subscribed by the eHizens of Spokane
to assist in defraying the expenses of
said fair and a further guarantee fund
of not less than $5,000 bo raised to insure
this body against loss iu conducting the
said fair."
Wheat.
Portland, Juno 27.—Wheat—Unchanged; Walla Walla, 00@01c; valley and
bluestem, 03c.
Tacoma, June 27.—No change in wheat
market; no quotations,
Metal*.
San  Francisco, June 27.—Silver bar*,
5S 1 le: Mexican dollars, 40 1 4(3 ill :i I.
Lake copper—Quiet; brokers', $11.75.
Lead—Dull: brokers', (3.60.
SAID TOO MUCH FOB HIS GOOD.
How  Self-I'raUe  Kept a  Man  Front
Oblulnlnnr a 1'oaltlon.
It is estimated that 40 per cent of ths
prisoners of Austria die of consumption
caused by the dark cell mode of punish
ment.
Kaslo & Slocan
potatoes on thc dry bottom.
The price of beer has been advanced $1
a barrel and ice 25 cents a hundred
pounds in Chicago.
There has been a sharp advance in the
wholesale price of cheap teas, on account
of the war tax.
The queen regent of Spain hss offered
to abdicate, if sucb a step will allay popular discontent
The British government is preparing to
store 100,000 tons of coal at Esquimau,
llritish Columbia.
Lord Wolseley, commander in chief of
the British army, has been offered the
governor generalship of Canada.
An English traveler reports 1,000,000
acres of marvelously   rich   unimproved
farm land in the Philippine islands.
There ''
was an English baronet and a fellow ofT" imn-«iso crop.   He estimates his I
the Geographical society. W^^^^^^^^
Nearly 400 Catnolic men of Scranton,
la., have organized a Holy Name Society
the object of which is to discoiirage the'
use of profane language.
Hall Storm Damaared Wheat.
Palouse, June 25.—S. A. Ditvis, chairman of the board of county commissioners, is much discouraged over his recent
severe loss of grain caused by a hail
storm which visited his section last week.
Mr. Davis lost 200 acres of fall sown
wheat, which was in head and promised
OSS
Spokane  Volunteers  Start.
Spokane,
', June 27.—This afternoon Cop
fW w".'. Ule reeruitinfc* officer of tlie
w   ^,a8,"nKton  volunteers,  Sei*geants
<'e , Stringer and Rawson, and 54 en-
"ted men started for San Francisco to
jom Companies A and L of this regiment.
£« Childs has been quite sick since
___!:_.-   f9'000'000. owing to war and Ito «° f*morrow or the next day.   He, like
,  . vlng to war and
navy department expenditures.
The navy department has reliable in-
|  formal ion that the Spanish fleet at Cadiz,
Spain, under command  of Admiral  Oa-
mara, is totally unfit for sea.
The senate has passed a bill authorizing tbe appointment of a non-partisan industrial commission, to recommend laws
needed by laboring, agricultural and capital interests.
A Chicago doctor claims to have cured
consumption by compressing the lungs
with nitrogen, permitting self-healing.
The state department Is now issuing
only about 60 passports a day, which
shows that the tide of foreign travel from
the United States is very low.
Fearing that congress will not make an
appropriation for the Paris exposition,
France is now loudly protesting ber
friendship for the United States.
Tlie United States furnished one-half
the imports of Mexico last year; England
one-sixth, France one-fifth, Germany one-
tenth and Spain about one-fourteenth.
In Rome it is admitted tliat the Philippines are lost to Spain, and thc Spanish
the other boys of thc regiment, was vaccinated since they arrived in oan Francisco, and his arm has not healed, but
has given him a fever. Last night he
, was delirious a good part of the time.
The soldiers w"ho left Spokane today
make more than 200 men whom Spokane
has contributed to the present war. They
are all good, strong, healthy looking men
and will make excellent soldiers. Most
of them come from the two military companies of the city, the one at the head of
which is Captain Lyons and the other the
Sons of Veterans company.
at $4000.     ^^^^^^mgglgmimmmma}ummmmsmMm
The hail storm was severe. Hailstones
as large aa hen's eggs fell, cutting the
grain off and beating it into the ground.
The section  visited   by  the  storm  was
small,   only  six   quarter  sections   being
affected, but Mr. Davis has grain on four
of these.   Mr. Davis lives on Union flat,
about 10 miles southwest of Pullman. He
is very much discouraged because of his
loss, and says a man unlucky enough to
have grain on four-sixths of the country
visited by hail    should    quit    farming.
Spring wheat waa not injured by the hail,
but winter wheat was totally destroyed.
1**1 Land Offlee Awarded.
veJti8!1^1011' J"ne M-*-««tor Wilson
yesterday secured from the president the
appointment of W. J. Re^'of cie-EIum
a strong republican and an old citizen
oil!♦ v!y' M regiHUr oi the >-~d
office at North Yakima .By this appoint-
ment the senator has recognized both Kit
♦h_tVnJ? Jak-ima C0Unt-C8* comprising
that land district, Miles Gannon of Yak
elver T)* **?*** *"" appointcd re
n„i i V] cIoSea the hnA office ap-
pomtments in the state. P
lot*- IIuIIiII-ik Dedicated.
Omaha, Neb., June 24.—Iowans put on
their best bib and tucker and came across
the river by the hundreds to take part
in the celebration of Iowa day at the exposition.
The state building was dedicated yesterday morning with interesting cero-
monie*. Tlie formal dedication was by
j Governor Leslie M. Shaw, who in a felicitous address accepted the building from
the president of the state commission and
turned it over to the exposition. Other
features of the dedicatory program were
musical selections by the Atlantic City
band, a quartet and school children's
chorus, and an oration hy Hon. John N.
Baldwin of Council Bluffs.
The Iowa building is one of the most
imposing of all the state buildings, the
interior hi ing especially elaborate in its
decorations. Adorning the walls of the
main corridor are ten large tapestries,
painted by Carl Run-lit  ♦■•- —■' -
Thc danger of saying too much is always more imminent than that of saying
too little. The man who is convinced
he has approximated the virtues of the
Creator, and insists upon it to his fellow-
men, is always more offensive than tlie
man who secretly believes it, but spares
his acquaintances the knowledge of the
awful truth.
A story recently related to a representative of Hardware by the head of a
large hardware house in New York, illustrates the case in point. Something of
this merchant's disposition may bc
gleaned from the fact that, when speaking of his employes, lie says "the boys,"
with an affectionate intonation, born of
long appreciation of their good points,
and kind toleration for their occasional
errors.
It was the intention of thc house to
put another representative on the road,
and the man they had in view had been
favorably, though not thoroughly, known
to them for a long time. Negotiations
were about concluded, and the signing of
a remunerative contract by the salesman
was regarded by him as a mere matter of
form. At a final interview with his prospective employer, and evidently with the
idea of further impressing thc latter with
his desirability, he said: "Mr. , I am
an older man than you. I have been in
this business for twenty-five years, and I
wish to add that 1 have never made a
mistake."
at the front directing
thc movement, and it was here that Major Brodie wan shot. Colonel Wood and
Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt both led the
troops in pursuit ot thc fleeing Spaniards
and a hail of bullets was poured into the
blockhouse. By the time the American
advance got within 000 yurds of the
blockhouse the Spaniards abandoned it
and scattered among tlie brush up another hill, in the direction of Santiago, and
the battle was ended.
(.enrnil   Yonnar'K   Hot   ronllI.ni.
During all this time just as hot fighting had  been  progressing    at    General
Young's  station.    The  battle  began  in
much the same manner as the other one,
and when the machine guns opened fire
the Spaniards sent volleys at the gunners
from the brush on the opposite hillside.
Two troops of cavalry charged up the hill
and other troops sent a storm of bullets
at every point from whieh the Spanish
shots came.    Tlie enemy was gradually
forced back, though firing all the time,
until they, as well as those confronting
the Rough Riders, ran for the blockhouse,
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only to be dislodged by Colonel W
men,
General Young stated afterwards that
the battle was one of the sharpest he had
ever experienced, lt was only the quick
and constant fire of the troops, whether
they could see the enemy or not, that
caused the Spaniards to retreat
so soon.
Aretle Kxprdltlon  Stills.
Tromsoe, Norway, June 27.—The Arctic
expedition under Walter Wcllman sailed
yesterday. Mr. Wellraan's expedition is
undertaken with two objects — first, to
find and succor Prof. Andree; second to
discover the north pole. He is accompanied by a corps of scientists and a competent explorer.
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on Kootenny 1-tke end River.
Five-Mile Point connection with sll
passenger trains of N. & Y. S. R. R. to
and from Northport, Koaaland and Spokane. Tickets and baggage checked to all
Cnited States points.
Ijeave Kaslo for Nelson and way points,
daily, except Sunday, 6:45 a. m. Arrive
Northport 12:15 p. m.; Rossland, 3:40 p.
m.j Spokane, 6 p. m.
Ijeave Nelson for Kaslo and way points
daily, except Sunday, 4:36 p. in. Leave
Spokane, 8 a. in.; Rossland, 10:30 a. m ;
Northport, 1:50 p. tn.
NKW SERVICE ON KOOTENAY LAKE.
Leave Nelson for Kaslo, etc., Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
at 8:30 a in.; arrive Kaalo, 12:30 p. in.
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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
4 p. n.| arrive Nelson, 8 p. in.
BONNER'S FERRY AND KOOTENAY
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Ijeave Kaslo Saturday 4 p. m.; srrivs
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arrive Boundary Sunday 6 p. m.; arrivs
Kasln Sunday 10 a. m.
Close connection at Bonner's Ferry with
trains enatbound, leaving Sp. kana 7:40
a. m., and westbound arriving Spoken*
7 p. m.
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Kaslo, B. C, Oct. 1, 1807.
.... * hy, Carl Burri". the well known
artist, and which depict the leading industries of Iowa.
The Independent whiskey distilleries
havo combined and will be known a. the
-tandt-rd Co•: capital $30,000,000.
As the would-be employer reached out
on his desk In «„ abstracted manner, and
gathered in the unsigned contract, which
he slowly to-e up i„  the same ab/Jent
minded manner, he remarked that it was
a source of keen regret to him that he
simply couldn't afford to employ such a
valuab c man; that there was not a man
connected  with  the house, from himself
to the dago who sorted the refuse pnper
every morning, who was not constantly
making mistakes and profiting by the el
perience;   and  that the direct result of
the placing of a perfect man among thc
force would be immediate demoralization
As the perfect man  slowly wended h
weary way up the street it probablv .
erred  to  him  that he  had smashed
beautiful record. fr^^
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Washington, June 24.-fienator Wilson
has appoin ed Ralph K. Nichols ffi!
collector of internal revenue _t North
Vakinia.   Three other deputy oolC.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
AND
S00 PACIFIC LINE,
Kn«ll.u Troop, to Come.
StlftSningt?n, June    -"-^retary    of
British DfV",*grantCd P*™**-*0" to
British Columbia troops to participate
armed  and  equipped,  |„  the Fourfh  of' 	
Sn con^0in°u1aattrCaU1,! and 8pokftn* !' £ Z&W* «* ^ d-'«* -"ouU
noTbSo„ °rn0r li08en hn9 l,.,,0,-_U ^   To ,V"-*fic «»* ««>
J   ti0"- ti-an, 1^,^ p„inU    ^ ^
districts of "
KLONDIKE AND THE YUKON.
New Tourist Car service daily to St.
lain Daily (except Tuesday) to eastern
( anadian and United States points. Magnificent Sleeping and Dining Cars on all
trains.
TICKKTS   ISSUED   THROUGH   AND
BAGGAGE   CHECKED    TO
DESTINATION.
Daily connection   (excepting  Sunday)
▼ie Rosebery; 8:03 a. m, leaves Silver-
won
mile.
Four fifths of the members   of   the
AmamRarnater Association  of  Iron   and
Steel   worker,  work  on   the  eight-hour
system, and the rule has been gradually
J put Into effect since 1885.
Cornell Wln».
New London, June 23,-Oornell
the university race today, the four
being rowed in 23:48.   Cornell  wonTv It0n' arrim *:30 P* ">■'
eleZtaLh.   i" W"1 Ytt,° ^ond.L ^er^in P^nt reduced rates snd full
eleven lengths ahead of Harvard. '| ""formation  by addressing nearest local
•gent, or
W. F, ANDERSON,
Hard  Lack,  with  No  Gold.
Seattle, June    2.*).—Fiftv    „..„
who Jeft here last spri^/;Et
way 0f Copper nver arrived here yostc*
day on their way to eastern homes Tf. ,
hard luck stories and no gold.
Trav. P_m. Agt, Nelsm.
E- J- COYLE,
Dist. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Su out Klondike Map and FoMe*.
»nw',**''*vw»'i%r*»-irv*r*n*i*-'»vi» »'•*-•**-,
..^ iVVl *-#«■-« ti .
m*ehm.m*>***'J^r,,
■ TWO       GREAT      SENSATIONS.
The He null lie* IlonuVll for Three
Million llolliirs—lOxcltl-iu Times
liter  Ilie   I.e  llol  Sill.-—\t-iv   llon.ls
io tin* < iiiiii>K—(eiini- Oanron News
Spokane, J tins _T. An option for :io
ilays h«S beetj given on the Republic
mine, This is no longer a rumor. Patrick Clark,'the largest bolder of llcpublie
stuck, admits that niph Is ths ante,
"We (,'uve a 30-day option on tin* Re-
jmlili.. about a week Bgo," said Mr. Clark
when aiked for it Statement mi the rob
jeet. "I um not. ul liberty a! this time
tn name tin- ternu of tho deal nor tn say
in whom we have given the option, i
iiiii*,' say, however, thai I lie option la for
Ml days lor the purpose ol permitting an
examination of the property, and expert*
arc now making the examination ou bo-
half of ihe parties interested,"
Mr. Clark di-eliiied to alseust ths den!
for the sale of the mine further It wu-
learned, ho\,cver, from u mast reliable
source thai it. is I he British America Corporation which hits tied the property up
lor 30 days ami that $3,000.1 mil Is the
price. Hector Mac Itae and other experts
in the employ of the big syndicate are
known to be in Itepiiblic Parties bearing close relatioiiHhip to the British
America Corporal ion tusert that there is
little doubt Hun the deal will go through.
Hon. C. II. .Mackintosh, managing director of the British America Corporation, came down from Rossland lute last
week and was asked about the Option ou
Ihe Republic
"I um much annoyed," said he. "on account of these reports that oil' ar I or the
British America Corporatio.. jvc bonded the Itepiiblic mine or taken an option
on it. There is no truth in the stale
mentis to that effect and no foundation
for the minor. 1 want also to i er an
emphatic denial that White!- IVrigtH
or any of the parlies with i b to he is
interested in mining in the no ,r»c-,: is
concerned in any bond on the Republic
mine. I know that such is not the case,
mid you \p\n suy most positively that
neither the British America Corporation
nor any official of il is in any way con
corned in any In mil or option on the prop
erly. On the contrary, 1 may add that I
am in receipt of a telegram from VThit-
aker Wright advising me that the COT
■Miration will not buy any more proper
lies fur at least seven months. So it will
he that length of time at least before we
can liegin to consider properties iu Ku-
icka camp."
Govern r Maek'nlosh is evidently right
in staling that the British America Cor*
poratiuii bus not taken the option on the
Republic mine. It is well known that it
is not ihe Intention of the corporation to
operate under that name and orgsnlra-
tion on this side of thc international
boundary line. It is asserted by parties
in Hpolutne ill n position to know the
fuels that it is the Wlfitakcr Wright
crowd thai is seeking to buy the mine
While this is not the British America
Corporation, the deal is said to bc inspired by the men iu London who aie llu*
head and fi-ont of the coriior ,ij«.
The sals of the Kepublii $.4,i**>1.n00
is the biggest milling deal . < ■• nn-iti-
plated iu Washington, and i lossd
will  be  the biggest  mining «Ui '' ill
ihe western part of the United Htai i in
the last quarter of a century. Considering the fact that the mine was located
only a'littlc more than two years ago, in
February, 1800, and thai it is developed
■•nly to the 200 foot level, the prim is a
large one.    But when the  fact  i en
into iMi.sidemtion that the pur.'i..-eis
risk nothing in buying ihe properly at
tliat llgure, as it is conceded by conservative mining men that there is almost if
not quits enough ore in -*i*i'.t to |«iy the
price, the ligurc is not astonishing.
The   blind-j   were   drawn   and   thc*  door
locked.
"Open the door," deiiundcd Buivh.
"Get off the ear," yelled til" conductor
iu reply.
Then (ieneral Manager Austin Corbin
11, was sent for. lie arrived, looked into
the situation, thought fur a time und
Anally at 11:20 p. in. gave the engineer
orders to go ahead. The deputy made
another attempt to slop the engineer, but
JLj__tL._L_u-juuul.—The lust seen of-Hir-
HKD     HOT     OV)'H     Till-:     LB     BOI.
Bath Side* null fur Kvery Point
In   I .lime.
Spokane, June 27. —I.H-st ".''iiii'siViy -mil
was filed by Senator Turner agiinst the
other stockholders. The senator harges
these parties with trying to dispa<e of
his interest in the Wm Roi r.ilic and "'lior
assets of the Le V i 'Ui„ug and .SiiuuV ;
Company at a ,.nee fa' Mow its true
miIiic, and he p..:;"> 1< .* au injiincti.'n
restraining the company from holding a
iiieoling for the purpotv of disposing of
Ihe slock. Judge Bra til. * issued a tem-
i'liiiry injunction returnable June 88,
and bond was furnished by ths plaintiff
in the sum of $10,000 with himself, Col
micl W. Al. EUdpath and B. D. Sandern as
security.
Kvents in the attempt io prevent the
sale of the Le Roi Mine novel quickly
yesterday. At times thy appi niched thr
dramatic.
In the early hours of the morning the
books and records of the company went
speeding northward to Rossland on a special engine over the Spokane Fulls &
Northern railway.
Last evening Senator Turner and the
other members of the opposition, learning
that.tho transfer of the properly would
likely be made today, procured from
Judge Hieluirdson of the superior court B
restraining order restraining Colonel Tnr-
'M'l*. Colonel Peyton, L. Y Willian., and
>>• W. Henley from trail .ring the prop*
"''ly, and the pajiern eve put in llu'
hands of-Deputy SNtifT Burch foi service,
(letting wind of this, Colonel Peyton
drove out to Mead, a station on the 8po
••••uie Kails _, Northern nine miles north
of Spokane, to avoid service n ' inter*
'•''l>t a special train that, be ar I. ' •*'|>*
'cseiilalives of the British \ni • 'ii Oor-
I'omtlon, Ihe prospective purchaser*,, had
''bartered to go to Rossland.
At iti::t(i o'clock last night thin train,
Whieh consisted of a Special engine and i.
private cur, was all ready to start. Jlist
l,|,f"'|'  the   moment, of  starling  Deputy
si»'i'iil' Burch appeared at the depot with
Hie restraining order. The men he most
Wanted lo serve it on were inside the car.
■icputy sheriff he was still clinging to the
front platform of the car.
Senator Turner arrived in the city at
4130 o'clock yesterday morning in the
delayed Northern Pacific, lie was busy
all day with his associates in lighting the
proposed deal. This morning he left for
Rossland. II is expected be and bis adherent- will |„p the wires early toduy
and try lo invoke the aid of the'British
Columbia court to prevent  the deal going
through,
(tiiick Ti-ip Kroin i on Iteelei
.lames „, Dolan, United Stales inspector of customs, arrived iu Spokane hist
Week, Inning mads Ihe record trip up to
dale from Kort Steele to Spokane. He
left Pott Steele at ."i p. in. Sunday and
arrived at:, p. m. on the Great Northern
Monday. If any one ever made the trip
in that lime before it has not lieen recorded. Mr. Dolan's duties keep him going
up ami down the Kootenay on the busy
lillle steamers that ply the stream. As
might he guessed, be has had exciting
experiences,
( (lllV)ll   Wnumi   II.mil.
The Colwyn, near Wallace, Idaho, .s
now building its new wagon-road to connect with the old road from the Sitting
Bull  road to the Father LOds.    As soon
uh ii is completed, shipments of ore will
commence. 'llu- work of sinking on the
ore chute had to be abandoned, owing to
water coming in faster than it could be
handled, When the attempt to go dce)ier
was abandoned, a drift was commenced
from near the bottom of the shaft, running eastward into the mountain, and
two feet of ore is now reported in the face
of the drift.
!*•>«■ Road to U-irlnitd-lr.
Engineer Roberts, of the Spokane Fulls
ft Vorthern, and his men surveyed a
route for a wagon road to the Cedar Canyon mines last week. They report that a
(list-class road with only a slight grade
can Im- made for a small outlay of money
ami muscle. This road when completed
will put the Cedar C-anyon ore about 20
miles nearer the cars than the present
route by Davenport, and the cost of
freighting will be only about one-half the
price now paid.
The SI.*, .ns I'cuk H. uloii.
The tiail to the Stevens -icak region is
nearly completed, and soon there will be
considerable prospecting iu that part of
ihe Coeur d'Alenes, besides ii number of
parties who already hold claims in there
will be lining development work. It is a
large country, of which but little is yet
known, although it lies within a few nvles
of Wallace. Its drainage is towards the
St. Joe, which has hud a tendency to discourage prospectors, as it was doubtful
about getting tmiisportation.
A   Nil mil l-r  ol   *>••».   Milliner*..
The Deer Trail mine in Cedar canyon.
Stevens county, is sacking about .10 tons
per day from the dump. The ore is not
sorted, but is sacked just as it comes from
Ihe mine, and smeller returns sre said to
be satisfactory.
Some choice ore is lieing taken out by
the Elephant Mining Company, and the
mine will shortly join the list of shippers
from Deer Trail camp.
Fifty teams are reported engaged in
liiiiilini; ore from the I.egal Tender and
Deer Trail No. - to Davenport.
Met-all & Allen nre preparing lo ship
from the Victor, joining the Legal Tender ou I lie north.
The Blue Grouse, a popper property
near here, will start up us soon us the
wagon road from Springdiile to Cedar
canyon is completed. The Silver queen,
owned by Vanhoin brothers and situated
about a mile soul Invest of Deer Trail No.
'1, will also resume work.
The Chloride A Battler, near ftult-
lands, will begin active work ut once. It
is a silver-lead property and recent test*
show $•.:.."•" in gold. The formation is
porphyry.
Weiib Finns of Ihe Cleveland mine says
the Cleveland is looking well and they
have resumed shipping to Tacoma. The
property is being equipped with boiler,
engine, pump, hoist ami Burleigh drills.
The Cleveland is the property that caused
so mnch excitement tour years ago when
_4 feet of solid galena were found on the
surface.
FLEET ORDERED TO CROSS SEA.
The Ore-on line or the Ships to Sturt
for the Spanish roust—WitUitn In
( ommuiul uf the 'Knstt-rn Hi-iiml-
rim"—Slit Shins nnd Three < nipt-rn
AGRICULTURE IN ALASKA.
The Hoi eminent Sends nn Kxpert to
l.slnl.llsli Kxperimental Knrni*.
Agriculture in Alaska has many peculiarities, and also, in the opinion of sonic
well informed people, many impossibilities. To determine this latter point is
the. mission of Prof. C. C. Georgeson cf
Kansas, who has been sent by the general government to the territory to make
experiments, He will establish farms in
the various sections. One of these will
bo located somewhere on tlio southern
coast, one ut Cook Inlet, one on Kadiak
island, and one in the neighborhood of
Circle City. Kach will bc devoted to the
culture of cereals and vegetables that are
known to thrive in similar soil
and climate elsewhere. in sonic
parts of Alaska almost any kind
uf vegetation will thrive that grows in
the fur northern states. On thc Teller
reindeer reservation, near Bering straits,
potatoes as large as hen's eggs arc raised
every summer, and on the .Yukon, not far
from Circle City, a colony haa successfully
cultivated all the hardy cereals and various kinds of vegetables, although the
plough thut prepares the ground fur potato-planting scrapes the top of the ice.
At. no time docs the thaw at that point
go deeper than two feet, but. the sun
shines so continuously and fiercely up
there--the thermometer in midsummer
averages 90 degrees in the shade - that
plant life is forced lo maturity much
more rapidly than in the stales.
Washington, Juno SJ7.--The navy department at 11:15 posted the following
bulletin:
"Commodore Watson sails today in the
Newark to join Admiral Sampson at Sun-
tiiigo, where he will take under his colli
iiiiuhI un armored stpmdrou of cruisers
und proceed at once otr the Spanish
coast."
The squadron is designated aa tho
"Eastern squadron," mid is us follows:
Flagship Newark, battleships Iowa and
Oregon, cruisers Yosemite, Yankee and
L'.xU: und colliers Sciuidia, Abcrciula and
Alexander. The advance will be made at
once from Santiago.
Bulletins    also    show    the    following
changes In ths designation of divisions
of onr wur vessels: North Atlantic Beet,
Bear Admiral Sampson commanding -
First squadron. Commodore Howell commanding; .Second squadron, Commodore
Schley commanding; naval base, Key
West, Commodore Homey commanding.
I'amnra  at   Port  Snlil.
Madrid, June 27.—A dispatch hns been
received from Admiral Camaru announcing his arrival at Port Said. Ho adds
thut the ships under his command had a
"capital voyage," und averaged a spcod of
10 miles per hour.
It was announced here this afternoon
that Camera had been ordered to proceed
through the Suez canal with the warships
under his command.
Only a llliiir.
New York, June 27. — The Journal's
correspondent at Home cables that the
Spanish ambassador to Italy said toduy
the cruise of the Cadiz fleet in the 'Med-
iterrnnciin is only a ruse und they will
soon return to Cadis,
Get* No Coal.
Port Suid, Juno 27.—Upon application
of the United States consul here, orders
have bsen issued forbidding the coaling
at this port of Camaru's fleet until further orders.
Remit   Itefnued.
New York, June 27.—A dispatch to the
Tribune from Cairo, Egypt, says: Admiral Camaru bus asked to lie allowed to
purchase ](',000 tons of coal for the Spanish fleet at Port Said, but the Kgyptiun
government refuses to permit the ships
to coal in Kgyptian waters. Pending deliberations, which are likely to lust a
long time, thc tleet intends to remain at
Port Said.
Hound   for Snn   I'm nelseo.
New York, June 27.—A dispatch to the
Tribune from Port Said suys: Admiral
Cainaia bus made extensive iirrangcments
for coaling his ships in the Bed sea and
Indian ocean. Trustworthy information
leads to the belief that the true objective
point of Camuru's tleet is not .Manila, hut
Hawaii and finally San Francisco.
Proceeds   I oilnj .
London, June 27.—A Madrid dispatch
says the minister of marine made the
statement that Admiral Ctiiuura's squadron will leave Port Said today for the
Philippines. He believes the squadron
powerful enough to defeat Dewey.
ShkhsIu's   \rli    Si-h.-nn-.
I.ond,in. June 27. -A special dispatch
from Madrid says Premier Sagasta is
planning to provoke a crisis, form a moii-
uichicul ministry, proclaim the whole
peninsula in a state of siege, nnd appeal
to a friendly nation, probably France or
Biissia. to secure terms of peace,
Itelnforer Puerto III.-...
London, June 27.—A Madrid dispatch
this afternoon says the Spanish government is actively preparing to dispatch reinforcements to Puerto Rico by Uie first
available transportation.
SAMPSON CAN GET   SHIPS IN.
Iloliaon   Failed   to Cork   the   llotllr
llr-.vnr.ln and Thanks.
New York. June 27.—A dispatch to the
Herald from Port Antonio says:
While the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius
was making observations along the inner
harbor of Santiago a few nights ugo, ample evidence wus discovered that the
sunken collier .Merriiiiuc docs not completely blockade the channel.
Further information develops the fact
thai two battleships can enter the harbor
a In east, one passing on each side of the
Meiriinuc. This will be of great advantage to Sampson when the final attack on
Santiago begins.
Lieutenant Hobson ond his men are
still in communication with the tleet.
There is little prospect that they will be
exchanged before the attack on Santiago
is made.
Promotion nnd Thn ilk*.
Washington, June 27.—The president
today sent two special messages to congress, providing for recognition of the
services of Lieutenant Hobson, Uie hero
of the Merrimac; of Lieutenant New-
comb und the crew of the revenue cutter
Hudson, which rescued the torpedo bout
Winslow at Cardenas; Captain Hodgson
of the dispatch boat Hugh McCulIoiigh,
who ligiired in the battle of Manila, and
Naval Cadet Powell, who held the steam
launch under the bluffs at Santiago harbor searching for the crew of the Merrimac.
Authority is asked of the senate for the
transfer of Hobson from the construction
corps to the line of the navy.
The Hudson's crew nre to bo given a
vote of thanks nnd medals of coiniucin-
orution. and Captain Hodgson is to be
suitably recognized.
The message states that Hobson's companions have already been promoted.
Powell will be advanced to un ensign.
Iliicklnyers    Union    of    Philadelphia
has put Into effect tho rule   of 45   cents
' an hour,  eight  hours a day,  and a tinlf
I holiday on  Saturdays.
Nearly  Iteiuly  for Sea.        *
Sun Franciaco, June 27.- All the trans
ports of the third Manila expedition cv
cepl Ihe Valencia are now iu readiness
to sail ut a moment's notice, having their
troops and supplies on board. Work on
the Valencia is not yel completed and
she muy delay the departure of tne oilier
ships until Tuesday. That the vessel)
will all lean- together was made evident
when the First Dakota login , it was or
TTefetl lo break camp Monday morning
ami march on board the Valencia. The
exact time of the sailing of the fleet will
not. be known until after a conference lie
ti'ivn Generals MaoArthur and Merritt,
when they expect to have positive orders
from Washington.
It nl I nil v   HonndhoiiHe   Ilurned.
Coulee City, Wash., June '-7.    Kiro de
siroyed the roundhouse of the Central
Washington railway al  this point  yeslei
day morning between 1 mid .'I o'clock, together with  engine  No. (I!I7.    When discovered il hnd gullied such headway that
all efforts to extinguish the flames were
Unavailing. There having been nn lire
around the building, the opinion is thai
it was of Incendiary origin.
I lins.-il li*  a Siiiiiili.li  U amht-1.
New York, June 87.—Captain Turner
of the steamship Maylands, which arrived
here from Algiers wilh a cargo of sulphur,
reports having been chased by a Spanish
warship on .Juno 11, four days after she
had cleared from Algiers.
Printers  were on  strike  on    the    St.
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Sun Francisco, June 27.   A gpscial from
Honolulu says:
The United States possesses nn Island
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for a naval station, in the Pacific, nearly
2700 miles west of Honolulu and in Ihe
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Hawaii, more than half way to the Philippines, The island belong! to Captain
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He found it while out cruising and took
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Manila. June 28, via Ilon^' Kong, June
27.—Up to the time this dispatch is sent
the lrans|*orts from San Francisco having on board the American troops intended to reinforce Admiral Dewey have not
arrived here, and there is no change in
Ihe situation.
The Insurgents nave not mode any further advance, and the Spaniards have
lieen continuing the construction of sand
hank fortifications and the planting of
sharpened bamboos around Manila for
the purpose of stopping the Insurgents1
advance.
The  papers here Continue appealing  lo
ihe natives to come to the assistance of
Spain.
lie Will Mot (i» lo "dunlin.
Loudon. June '-'. The Madrid correspondent of the Loudon Times says: Admiral Camara's Meet will not go to Manila, but another port in the Philippines
to land Hoops in order to hold a strong
position. The tleet will then be ready for
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EDITORIAL 01TCR0PPM.
A   WARNING PRECEDENT.
Chinese or no Chinese? That is
questiop.
The turn of an election often
depends on a single vote. Remember
that and vote early.
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Posing us a Miner on the ballot
paper and as a Broker on the voter's
list ia a disguise easily penetrated.
The voters have brains of their own
John Ij.
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Brandon & Barrett, Props.
LARGE AND COMFORTABLE ROOMS.     FITTED WITH ALL THE
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.    TABLE UNSURPASSED
IN THE NORTHWEST.
Fine View of the Lake.
Up to Date Service.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
CALL AND BEE US
Opposite the SILVERTON WHARF-
NUT 10 E.
EDUCATION.
Notice is hereby given that Ike annua
et*"*ftinntion]of candidate* for certificates
oqualification to teach in the Public
Schoola'of the Province will be held as
fo|lpws, commencing on. Monday, July
4th, 1808, at 8:45 a.m :-
Victoria In   South   Park    School
Building.    .
-Vancouver. .In IBgb. r-ehool P.uilding.
Kamloops . .In F-bllu School Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days belore the ex ami nation/stating the'.class and,- grade'.of   certificate
for which he will be a candidate, the optional BUti-jacts selected, and nt which of
tho above-named places he will attend.
Every notice of intention to be an
applicant must be accompanied with
yatisluctory testimonial of moral character.
Candidatesare notified that all of the
above requirements ^sornbe fufilled
before.their applications can be filed.
AHJcaodidates for First Class , tirade A,
Certificates, including Graduates, must
attend in Victoria, to take the subjects
prescribed for July 13ih and 14th
instants, ami to undergo required oral
examination.
8. D. POPE.
Superintendent of Education.
Education Ollice,
Victoria, May 4th,   1898.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S
OFFICE,
20th. May, 1898.
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned persons to be Collectors of
Votes, under Uie provisions of section 16
of the "Redistribution Act, 1806," namely:
Jon:* I). Hibiiai.i>. of Revelstoke, for
the Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay
Electoral District.
Alexander Lucas, of KaaloJ*for the
Slocan Riding, West Kootenay Electoral
Disti ict.
RoDiulcK F. Toi.mik of Nelson, for the
Nelson Riding, West Kootenay Electoral
District.
John Kirkui*. of Rossland, for the
Rossland Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District.
And His Honor the Lieutenant-
Governor has been pleased to appoint
the undermentioned person to be a
Distributing Collector, under the provisions of section 17 of the said Act,
namelv :—
In the former Electoral District of
Weat Kootenay, Georoe A. McFab-and,
of Nelson.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
PROVINCE of BRITISH WNBU,
Notice to Provincial Tax Payers.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN   that
those persons who desire  to  take advantage of the lower rate for the current
year must send the amount  thereof to
me on or before the 30th June, instant.
JOHN KEEN,
Provincial  Assessor and Collector.
Kaslo, B  C.
Stop tha,t Cough 1 Take warning. I
may lead to Consumption. A 25c bottle
of shiloh's Cure may save your life
Ji.-ild et, The Silverton Drug Store.      t
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.— "Cliff and  Cliff Fraction"
Mineral Claims;situate in tlio Slocan
Mining Division of   West  Kootenay
District.    Where   located :•— On the
North side of Fonr-Mile creek adjoining the "Standard" Mineral Claim.
Take notice that I,   Francis J. O'Reilly
of Silverton, as agent tor E. M. Sandi-
lands, Free Miner'sCertilli'Bte No. 86121,
intend sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of both
the above claims.
And fnrther take notice tli.it action,
under .section 37, must be commence-
before the  issuance of such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this   0th day of May, 1803.
Francis J. O'Reili.v
I    The   foisting of   himself   on   the
the shoulders of the few friends that tho
! Turner Governmmit still have in this
! Riding   is a   fitting  sequel   to the
intrusive and harmful manner  with
which John L Retallaclrr<^ed"1it-iv--
self between the Government and a
specially  appointod    delegation     at
Victoria in   189C.     It is   well    re-
membered   by   mining   men  that  a
delegation composed of Messrs G.   M
Sproat   and  A.     S.   Farwell    were
appointed to confer with tho Government and to protest and work against
the unconditional tax upon the output
of our mines, proposed by the Premier
We leave the public to judge as to _nd hl_ Governrnent and the idea was
the truth of the slanders  thrown at tQ   re3-8t   anv   j^-    pUt   u-0„   the
the Silvicrtonian by   a paper which motaniferou- mines and not upon the j
has   prortituted   itself  for  a    little coR,    ,nine8t   The    object    of    the
Government advertising.  The attempt deifi-at*on appeared to have been won
to discredit us in tho eyes of the miner whea Mr RetftUack,  accompanied by
is as dirty a piece of political scavenger _Qt one Britjgjj Columbian pr Oanad-
work as has been  perpetrated in  thin -^ appeari.a   upon the scene    and
campaign. acting as secretary of this aggregation.
■„ , , - . | self-styled as a   delegation,   he   said
Now that election day is here, it j that the mine-owners of this district
behoves every honest man to see that were willing to pay a ta* of one per
theeleptiqn.lawsare enforced. Any "nt upon their output. No conditions
party or parties caught violating the " ^ the grade of the ore to be taxed
laws should be placed where they I or any Other conditions were made
belong, behind tl.e bars of the j J- M. Kellie, who up to th|. timn had
Penitentiary. And irrespective of vigorously protested against this
party the community will see that the! proposed tax, withdrew his objections
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SUBSCRIBE
Now  .
for the
Silver toman.
The Only Real Mining Paper
Published On The Lake-
V SUBSCRIPTIONS V
$2 00 A YEAR. ■
NOTlCE     TO    ELECTORS,
law is properly respected   on election
day.
The silly theory is advanced by one
of our exchanges, that ought to know
better, that Robert F Oreen!a well
known personal attitude towards the
prospector and laborer was assumed
through all the years he has been in
the country for the express purpose of
when Mr. Retallaok represented
himself and his associates as a duly
authorized delegation to d al with this
question and tho measure became a
law. By this one public act Mr.
Retallack proved himself totally unfit
to occupy a position as a representative.
He played directly into tho hands of a
Government composed of the Duus-
muir family and their vassals and
they were quick to take advantage  of
M
securing votes in the present election I Mr. Retallack's   conceited   ignorance
Such clap-trap is not  calculated to of the principles of   taxation.     Give
impress any reasonable man and   only I Mr. Retallack   the   power   and   the
shows to what dearth of argument the {damage he can do us will bu in direct
Retallack press is reduced.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE,—"Carbonate Hill" Mineral
Claim,   situate   in Ihe Slocan Miuing
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located:—On the Red  Mountain joining the Baby Rnth mineral
claim about four miles from Silverton.
Take notice that I, Jos. A.   Guere of
Rosebery B. C. Freo Miner's Certificate
No.926A aud A. E. Kennedy of Toronto
Ont., Free Miner's Certificate No. 85010,
intend sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for c
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action,
nnder section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvement*?.
Dated this 16 h day of June 1898
 OF
Blouse
waists
-#JUST RECEIVED#-
OWV^AVO^OWWVVO
A FULL LINE OF LADIE8
AND CHRILDRENS
DRESS GOODS. THE
LADIES OF SILVERTON
ARE INVITED TO CALL
AND INSPECT MY STOCK
'IHEY WILL FIND THE
GOODS AND PRICES
SATISFACTORY TO ALL.
Mrs.   Matheson,
NEW DENVER,
B.  C
What Dr. A. E.Salter Says.
Buffalo, N.Y.—Gent«:—From my personal knowledge, gained in observing
the effect of your Shiloh's Cure In cases
of advanced Consumption, I am prepared to sav it is the most remarkable
Remedy that has ever beer, brought to
my attention. It has certainly saved
many from consumption.   Sold at
The Silverton Drug Store, t
Mr. R'tullack say? that if a man
has a mortgage cm his property he
cannot be a poor man because a poor
man would have no property to mortgage. Now isn't that a brilliant deduction for a would-be M P PI -After
this line of astute reasoning, we suppose that the more mortgages a man
hag on his property the better off he
is. What a great head for logic John
L must have. But of course he ought
to know about mortgages. That's his
business.
proportion to the posit ion he   secures.
Have been called a rooster, a clown,
a fool, a scab and a cur. We feel
pleased at each outburst of epithets
hurled at us by the cheap Government
or-gans&s would a man s'oningaciowd
of yapping coyotes who onswer every
successful cast with a chorus of yelps.
Every time we stride the piid pr(ss
you can hear them snail. We regard
them as perfectly h. r.iile*i»in any eve-it
The spectacle of 350 Canadian
[soldiers inarching in an Anericm
Fourth of Jul/ procession, as was
witnessed in the City of Seattle on the
fourth inst, when the Canadian trcops
were the guests of that city is a more
convincing argument towards showing
the world that thc English speaking
people will stand together, in any crisis
and that they have an amicable understanding, than all   the   spread-eagle
^ Speeches     and   diplomatic coyrt.-sies.
supporters have to   advance for the j The Lion and the    Eagle   form    the
stand they have taken   in   this   vital j biggest pair in the World's deck   and
L. GRIMMKTT,
Chairman of the  Convkstio.v  ov
Iniif.i'indknt Electors, and Fellow
Electors oft*ik Slocan Ridiso of
West Kootenav :
Having been nominated  by a represent;! live convention of the Independent
electors of the Slocan   Riding  of  West
Kootenay, over which yon presided, as a
candidate for tl*e representation of  the
riding in the Legislative Assembly, I beg
leave to accept He  honor   tjnis conferred upon me, and to assure you thnt
if elected, as Ifeol  conlidont  that  with
your active assistance nnd support I shall
be, I propoee to labor earnestly and constantly lor the promotion of the material
interests of the riding without distinction
uf locality, and of the Province of Biilinh
Coliiniliiii generally.
In incepting tho nomination thus
offered me desiro to state hru-fly the
position which I shall assume upon
questions affecting district and provincial
interests.
I beleive that the so-called Turner Government has uot dealt fairly with the
question of representation. Representation by population is tho only fair and
equitable manner in which the Legislative Assembly mny be constituted. The
necessity of an ephemeral government
should form no element in acting upon
such an important question.
Expenditure upon public works should
I beleive, except in extreme and ini|*_r-
tant cases, be kept fairly within tho provincial revenues, and in moKt rases
necessary woiks nnd improvements of j
local Interest should lit decided upon and
reccomended local advisory boar.Is, and
undertaken under the i uiiervision of the
provincial engineer and not left to the
lender mercies of a gold commissioner
or other similar officer.
SODA
WATER
Rest Brands Made li Canada
OF
Ginger Ale,  Lemonade,  Sarsaparilla,
Ginger Deer, Etc.  Syrups, Raspberry, Gum, Grenadine,
Orgeat, Etc.
THORPE «SfcCO
VICTORIA - VANCOUVER - NELSON
OXE OF THE	
OLD TIMERS
 IS A NEW BUSINESS
 ,\t Ed. Nelson's Old Stand	
My motto in doing business
for myself will be the same
ns in doing it for others	
COURTEOUS THEATMENT   -      -
•      •      -      - AND BEST PRICES.
J.   I.  Me INTO 8 11.
SILYEKfON,
B. 0.
THOa AI1RIEL.
REaL Ej-TAT*-*  jVNO IXBCttANM'..
CUSTOM   BROKER.
NAK\)SP,    .   -    _    -    -     B. C,
Tho arguments advanced by the
government organs and supporters are
simply a torrent of ridicule and abuse,
directed against men who are known
through this Riding for their upright
methods of doing business, sterling
honesty ond capability. Tf the only
arguments     tbat     the    government
question is the use of filthy language,
personal abuse and ridicule, they in
very shame for their lost manhood,
ought to go out like Judas Ascariot
and   bang   themselves.
Once in four years, and only once is
the workingman king. How many
times b_3 he abused aryl neglected his
power, then for four years sat back
and seen himself and fellow working-
men neglected, overlooked and ignored,
by those whom he has helped to
place in power? Now that election
day is here the laborer is king once
more. Let hi... walk up to the polls and
cast an honest vot * regardless of
threats, premises or pressure brought
to bear. Remember how you vote is
known to none but God and yourself.
Vote according to your principle? of
right and  wrong.
The miner who refuses to walk a few
miles to vote once in four years has
no pt-.trn.tiRm and is unworthy of a
place among his fellow workingmen.
And in all probability he will be
among the first of that army of idle
men who will tramp many a weary
mile looking for work in a country
that will be overrun with the cheap
labor of the Chinese, if the couutry
is allowed to dtift much longer as it
has been drifting fa.* the past few
years. One vote now against the
Chinese is wrrth more than all the
kicking and roaring a hundred men
can do   after   election.
in any show down   will  scoop the pot.
CANDIDATES.
6.—Opposition.
Yale.
Deane. O.
Semlin O.
Graham O.
Green \.
Kellie I.
Hume O.
Martin O.
Wells O.
(G— Government
I—Independent.)
North.   Martin G.
West.   Mackay (J
East.   Ellison G.
West Kootenay
Slocan.   Retallack G.
Revelstoke   White G.
Nelson        Farwell I.
Rossland    McKane I
East Kootenay
North      Neilson G.
South      Baker G.    Bailey O.
Cowichan      Robertson G.   Hird O.
Alberni Huff G.    Neill O.
Nanalmo City McGregor G.    McKech
nie O.
Nanalmo
North   BrydenG.   Ilillier O.
South   Walkem I.   Smith 0.
Comox DunsrauirG.  Mc Allan 0.
Victoria City   Turner G., Helmcken G
McPhillhisG..HallG.
Heaven 0.    Stewart  0.
Belyea  0.   Gregory 0.
Victoria
North
South    	
Esquimau!!.
Poolev G., Bullen ti., Higglns 0.
Hayward 0.  Harris I.
Cariboo   Rogers G.,   Hunter G.
Kinchiiut O.   Helgesen 0.
Lillooet
East   Stoddarta.   Prentice 0.
West   Si-ithG.
New Westminster   Brown 0.,   Henderson I.
Vancouver    Carroll G.,     Garden G.,
Tisdall O. Martin 0., McPher-
son O.,   Cotton 0.
Booth G.
Ebert G.
Patterson 0.
Yntes O.
________________________! 'fROSS" & CO
I beleive that theresbouM lie revision ■'' *
■>f the method in which   the  pruvinci-1 j fm  \mUm m\   (Jentfal  Afrl.N,
accounts are kept, ainl such svsteiii ailiip-! ^^^^^™
id as will eliminate nil itunbtfnl nml j
worthless assets and sndi true Hnd plain j
statement i.fi'.vpeniliiiiie  and unset*  U' |
made us Hill truly and lully indicate top
the plain mid average citizen the t-onili- ;
tion of the provincial finances.
rsrlMIMM*  hlKIKlHS. ...
Sole airent for Silveiton Townsite.
SIIjVFjKTOS.-B. c.
1 beleive thut there should lie stnh
laws enacted and promulKattd nn will
entiiely prevent the competition uf cheip
oriental lab ur with that of the wlii'e
citizen.
I beleive llint legislation,hitherto prevented by the local it*t>vernmetit, should
be nilopcil to remove the unjust tux ini-
poced upon the mine laborer, and the
industry of the worker in metalliferous
miners be plased iu the same position ns
that of any other class of laborers.
I heleive tliat encouragement should
be given for the construction of railways
intended to develope Ihe resources of the
Province, and that the railways bonuscd
by the Province should lie under Provincial control as to tin.\H allowed for
const ruction, freight and pussengor rates,
and such other regulations as will protect and guard the best interests of the
public whose funds have contributeu to
the roads com-trnnteil.
I beleive that the interest ol the Pro
vince and of each of its constituent parts
will be best promoted by an entire divorce of the local Government from all
close corporations and companies which
And profit iu preying upon the Provincial resources without tnnkinu nny adequate or even small retnrn for the benefit
which they enjoy.
I beleive that the mortage tax imposed
by the Tumor Government is unjust, Inequitable and unfair; a direct imposition
upon the unfortunate debtor temporarily
compelled to place a charge upon his
property. I should, therefore, in common with some of the foremost proviu-
financlers labour for its prompt removal.
I beleive that West Kootenay, which
contributes so largely to the Provincial
revenue, should receive a larger sum for
the developement of the district than
has been hitherto allowed by the Government, and that tho Provincial revenues should be expended within the
Province and not devoted to extra
Provincial schemes as bus been pledged
by the Turner Government,
I believe Uiat uo Important amendment should be made to the Mineral
Act affecting the prospector or mineral
claim owner until the great body of '
miners in every sectiou of the Province •
havo been consulted aud their views
ascertained.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
R F. GREEN
T    (I. CORDON,
MINES, REAL KKT&TIE, COXYEYAIOER
NOTARY PUBLIC.
SILVERTON.      -      -       -       \y C
NOTICE.
Parlies cutting wood on Hie property
of tho Silverton Townsite, or removim'
same will be prosecuted. Sqiidtlers are
also warned not to trespass on said property.
SILVERTON TOWNSITE.
by Cross St Co.. Agents.
CHURCH   8BHVICES.
Commencing on Wednesday June 1st. i
Services will lie held every alternate
Weduesday evening in tho Union Church
Silverton. by  the    Rev. C.  F.   Yates
Episcopalian minister.
Divine Services will be held in tho
Union Church by J. H. Sharp*. Presbyterian .missionary, every Monday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Everybody
welcome.
PSKMIKR Tl'UNKK STATED I'UM-CLY,
AKT1-K TIIK MF.KT1NC 11 *jL*^ IIKBK Tui/KHIIA V
MO-XntO, THAT HE BID NOT BKUBVB IN
TAKINO  /NY   ACTION    TOWARDS    8TOW1NO
CHINESE EuiaRATtos.    Tuat British
CoMrtlBIA COULD NOT CJKT AIjONO WITHOUT
CHINAMEN AND THAT WE MUST IIAV*
THEM.
That the Goverraent supporters believe
in Chinese labor is quite evident as they
have tiled to bring and mantain Chinamen amongst ns, notably at New Denver,
where one of Retallack's champions
fought hard to force upon us tbe pauper
1 labor of tho Chinese.
Karl's Clover Root Tea. for Conetipa-*
tion It's the best and if after using It you
don't say so, return the package and get
vour money.   Sold at
The Silvorlf-n Drug Store. \
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