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SlLVER.TO'NiAN
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VOLUME TWO.
SILVERTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1899.
NUMBER SS
MINERAL  FLOAT.
flithered From Are ines
Sloc-n   Lak-
Aroond
THE BIG EVEPO -TAR SHOWING.
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Or«  Btlil  Comta*  -sS*ta*'t*t
Uhlpme-t From' tlie HUU.
Five miles from Sloes. Citjr, up
Springer creek, is situated the Evening
Star mine, one ol the most promising j
mining propositions4In «_• Slocan. This
property is eqnipt <ith a c°m|Hete
hoisting plant, steasa pumps, machine
drills aud everything that is necessary
tor the proper developing ota-mine. At
present the main working shaft is down
160 feet and sinking U in progress night
and day. A. station was-fl-H-- a drift
driven on the ledge a distance ol 60 feet,
at the 100 foot level. The vein averages
two feet in width and viries but little in
width from the surface to the bottom ol
the shaft. Fifteen men are at present
employed et the mine and more will be
added as room Is made for tbem. The
character of the quart* is a dry sulphide
ore carrying high values in both gold
and ailwir, averaging 260 ounces in
•liver and |S0. in gold per ton. The
vein i» a true fissure in a granite formation, the strike being north and
eouth with a dip of 60 degrees to the
«Mt. This property is a stocked proposition and the stock is mostly held by
Eastern Canadians, aud listed on the
Toronto exchange.*
THE COMSTOCK MINES.
A targe Mit ef the working  force at
the Comstock Mines, wsa   laid off on
Thursday, they biting informed however
that in a few days their sendees would
again be needed and  that this  partial
shut-down of ihe mine was only for a few
days.   The reason given out ia, that the
mill although running smoothly was not
saving as closely ns expected and that
some slight alterations were to be made
to It.   Although  the  mill   has    been
running but a few weeks, it has already
accumulated   nbout   four   carloads  of
com -ent rates and the ore is turning  out
even better than   anticipated   by   the
management, yielding about one ton of
concentrate- to six of ore,   As the company has already   mined and on  the
.lump at the No. A. tunnel nearly 1000
tons ot this ore  arid  a much  larger
amount on the dumps ol the No' 3. and 4
tunnels, the layiug-off ol the men at the
mine will in no wise thut off the supply
ol ore for the mill, for some tilne.   Tlie
road between the mine. snd mill  is in
good condition and about fifty tons per
dsy is being delivered at the mill, four
four   horse   teams   being   employed
Kerfoot k White, who have the freight
contractstmtXmX company,  commenced
delivering concentrates at the Silverton
wharf this week, for shipmoatl' to tlie
smelter. About one car has already been
hronght down and shipments from now
on will be continuous, roads permitting.
These sre the first  concentrates  ever
delivered at Bilverton or made on Silver
creek and the Comstock Mines are to be
•congratulated on their energy and enter-
prise in installing the first plant ou tbe
creek.
sheds have been built on account of the
slides and two long tunnels have been
driven, the upper one 300 feet. In the
lower tunnel was made tbe strike refered
to and reported hy us last week. Shipments have been made during tho. past
winter. Three of the four claims in the
group lie on the Silverton slope, adjoining the Condor group on the north.
ANOTHER SALE.
. The Lakeviem claim, lying on the
lake shore between here and the Bosun
mine, has been purchased for the Northwest Mining Syndicate, by their agent
W H Sandiford, A good cash price was
realised by the owners. Messrs Benednm
Kyte anp Thomas of Silverton, but tbe
figure was not made public. Considerable work has t>oen done on the property,
The purchase of this claim by the
Northwest Mining Syndicate, brings
their Bosun Group almost into Silver-
ton's townsite.
The Comt-tocks Mines have nearly a
car of clean ore aud a car at concentrates
ou tbe dock,
Bert Wilhelm, who until Wednesday
presided over the range at the Vancouver Mine, hss goue to Slocan City.
The Spokane Chronicle is paying considerable attention to the mines ot the
Slocan and has honored 'I ua Silvcrtok-
us by reproducing many of our articles.
Ore from the Vancouver group is still
being delivered at tbe wharf (or ship-
Tment. The Compsny intimate that they
wi'.I continue to ship as long as it is possible to get over the road with teams.
SLOCAN LAKE ORE 8HIPMENTS.
-——•   .... ,
The shipment   ot  ore   from   Slocan
Lake   points up to and including tbe
present week, from Jan. 1, 1899.
From Bosun Landing. Tons.
Bosun  180
From New Denver. Tons
Marion 20
From Silverton. Tone.
Ettily Edith 40
Fidelity     S
Vancouver 280
Wakefield 680
Total 903
'WHERE   IGNORANCE   IS   BLISS
'TIS FOLLY TO BE WISE."
The Silvertonian cannot supply facts
with the ease that the mining reporte
of our New Denver exchange supplies
imaginings. Because ol his ignorance ol
the geography ol the country and ol the
situations of the roads and trails lying
witbin four miles of the ollice of the paper lor which be writes, ho coutradicts
the statements ot surveyors, who chained
the roads he speaks of. 11 we undertook
to set the Ledge straight, in the many
blundering statements it chooses to call
mining news, we would need to enlarge
our sheets. II our neighlior chooses to
discuss roads and distances in a country
about which it knows nothing, it can
stew in the juice of its own ignorance
We do not
This js Lent.   So is our overcoat.
HOUSE AND LOT for sale. Pleasantly
located.   Enquire at Silvmtonmn office.
18-2-99.*
The attention of the ladies is called to
the new advertisement, of The William
Hunter Co.
Dame Rumor reports that thn. Ledge
is looking Boundary-wards, having its
eye on Greenwood.
WANTED-Someone to build cottages
lor renting in Silverton. A good return
on the investment can he guaranteed.
All work in the Jewelry Repairing
line, left at the Silverton Drug Store, will
be promptly forwarded to Jacob Dovei,
tbe well-known Nelson jeweler. All repairs are «uabantsbd for onb yxar  *
D. McPhereoo, foreman of tbe Evening Star mine on Springer creek, spent
yesterday in town, looking for machine
miners.
We would recommend that the officials
of British Columbia, such as Gold Cvm -
roissioners and Mining Recorders, form
a Union and fire those members wbo
accept less than union pay. They might
at least raise their salaries as high as
that received by a mine in joker.
The Rev. J. C. Herdman ol Calgary,
Alberta, passed through the Slocan on
Wednesday, on his way to attend a session ot tne Home Mission, in Vancouver.
Mr. Herdman may well be called the
pioneer minister of the Slocan, having
established the first church in Kudo, in
'91. Although no tenderfoot, the reverend gentleman had mver aeen a mine
and during his stay here he explored the
workings of the Bosun.
A lew weeks ago, there was published
in these columns a letter from Governor
Roosevelt to J. M. M. Renedum of Silverton, giving tbe lie direct to an accusation against him in The Arena magazine. A copy of the paper was *>osted to
The Arena. In the February number of
tbat magazine, just received, we sea thai
an apology ia tendered Col. Roosevelt by
tbe editor.
A sample of the stuff used as space
fillers ior tbe fait ends of short columns
lu the news papers, we note in a roast
paper, that "Richard Croker wears as a
watch charm a Klondike t.ugget worth
several hundred dollar*." At the
prevailing price of Klondyke gold, this
would make a nug.et weighing over
three pounds. Rather a weighty affair
as a watch charm.
It has been figured irom the Estimates
that Gold Commissioner Sproat, by a
strict attendance to the duties of his
various offices, will draw a salary of $300.
Mining Recorder Mclnnis irets $50. a
month and boards himself. Mining Recorder Christie must have a null, hi"
salary nearly equaling that paid to a
miner, but we believe that office rent is
paid out ol his salary, which accounts fur
'ts munificence. Kaslo's l-'ecorder must
be economical on $40, a monih.
ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW.
Charley Butler strayed np from Slocan
City the first of the week.
I A. Roberts' address will, in future, be
fiie Monitor Mine, Three Forks.
j Robert F. Green. M. P. P. is expected
to return home from the Capital to-day.
Charley McNicholl and Ed Stewart are
4 the Springs.  Tbey left here on Wednesday.
T. Cummin retorned from Nelson on
Thursday. He spent a week there, under
medical treatment.
Burs. H. Williams Mt oo Sunday for
Tacoma, Wa«h., where she will spend
some time visiting her relatives.
Col. Lowery has returned from the
Hast. We look forward to seeing some
guod accounts from his pen ol his travels
among the farmers.
Miss Hammond, Miss L. Hammond.
Miss Cameron, Mr. Hammond aod Mr.
R Hammond drove over from Sandon on
Wednesday, taking advantage of the last
ol the sleighing.
T. Delaney, partner in the firm of Knox
A D. laney, of New Denver, left on Tues-
d»y for Greenwood to join his partner
This leaves this part ol the world with-
ont a watchmaker We cannot look on
this ar a hopeful sian, aa we did when
the only lawyer pulled out.
SILVERTON PUBLIC SCHOOL.
V Reader.
1. A. Calbick, 2nd. lues Calbick, 3rd
A Horton, 4th. W Barclay.
IV Reader.
1st. M Cross. 2nd. Fay Elliott,
III Reader.
1st. Janet Barclay, 2nd. H Wheeler,
3rd. M McDonald.
II Reader.
1st   M. Barclay, 2nd. H Carey.
II Primer.
lit. G. Horton, (promoted.) 2nd J.
Barclay.
I Primer.
1st j B Barker, (promoted.) 2nd G.
Cr-sa.
'BLACK JACK AND POKER."
The Cascade Record chronicles the
issuance ot warrauts for the arrest ot J
P Kennedy, W J T Watson and H D
Cameron, who were partners in tlie B.
C. Tobacco Cot pany, under a charge of
obtaining goods under filse pretences.
Kennedy and Watson are believed to be
now in Uncle Sam's territory, but Cameron was apprhended in Ureen-vood. Tbe
Record says:- ' All three ol the young
men bad been flying pretty high since
coming here in December, their favorite
CHURCH   SERVICES.
Divine Services will be conducted in
tin Silverton Church on the second and
fourth Sunday of the month by the Rev.
C. F. Yatee, at 3 p. m. You art invited
to be present.
Beginning on Snndsv, November, 6th
tlie Rev. R. N. Powell will hold services
every alternate Sunday at 3 p. m. in tbe
Silverton Church Iu addition to these,
services will be held on everv alternate
Monday evening at 7 p. m.,commencing
Monday, November 13lb. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend.
Tjoyou want
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OR JEWELRY,
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COMPANY.
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LADIES'   SANDALS ....  RUBBER BOOTS AND   COATS.
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LAKEVIEW   HOTEL
Silve-rton*
OTTHIS HOTEL IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISHED,
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH BEST BBANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
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I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE
OF NEW SPRING PATTERNS CUSTOMERS
ABE INVITED TO CALL AND INSPECT MY
STOCK. PRICES AND WORK WILL ALWAYS
BE FOUND 8ATI8FAGTORY.
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THE CANADIAN GROUP.
juice ol  its own iguoranco. ,
intend to set them right, .1- g»mes being black) ick auJ poker.  Some
- .—-i _______ ,i.i__ sympathy is   expressed | tor Cameron
though many of our locul readeis think
we should do so, snd do not intent to
trouble ourselves about them.
The Nelson Tribune, usually most correct in its mining news, falls into error iu
dltcusBing the recent strike at the Canadian Group.   It says in part :-
"On this divide is loua id a number of
claisns known aa the Canadian group, because they were staked by two or three
eastern Canadian tenderfeet in .the employ of Captain Adams of Montreal.   For
several yearn after tbey were staked little
more than the annual assessment was
done on any of them, although they were
Crown Granted.    But* now word comes
that 20 inches of ore has been struck in a
tunnel on one of the claims, and that it
has been driven in Un the ore 20 feet."
The Tribune evidently confuses the
Adams .roup with the Canadian group.
These groups were staked at the same
time, the former by two prospectors in
the employ of Captain Adams and the
latter by William Brandon, who is no
tenderfoot In any sense of tho word, and
bis partner Mike Adams. On the Can-
Mian group about 115,000 has beeu spent
18 YOUR NAME WRITTENTHFRE?
sympatt 	
whose father Is well known, but little is
heard for the others. All three young
men came from Nelson to Cascade.
SEWING MACHINES,
THE CELEBRATED
EARN   PIANOS.
WATCH AND  JEWELRY  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
as
A POOR UNFORTUNATE.
If there is a man iu Silverton who hss His hoss went dead  an hia mule went
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the slightest interest in the growth of the
town, and bas not his name enrolled in
Tub Kii.vkhtonian subscription book, be
should be ashamed of himself. Th„
Si-vkrtonian is laboring day in and day
out to promote tbe best interests of the
town. It talks to people in Silverton. It
talks to people on the boat. It talks to
people in eastern and western Canada
and the States. Its items are read in
Great Britain and Australia. It tells of
the growth of the town, of the work going
on in the mines, of the developement of
the district, spreading in this way knowledge of the plaoe and conntiy lar and
wide. Thia is of constant benefit to Silverton and the people. Therefore we
repeat, ir there is a man in Silveiton who
is interested in any way In the growth of
subscriber for
lame	
He lost six cows in a poker gHtne;
A burrican came on a summer's day
An carried the house whare he lived away
Then a earthquake came when that was
gone
Ah swallowed the land that the  house
stood on 1
An the tax collector, he came around
An charged him up fer the hole  in  tbe
ground!
An the city marshal, he came in view
Au said he wanted his street tax too!
Did he moan and sigh ? Did he set an
cry
An cuss the hurrcan sweeping by?
Did he uriuve ihat his oie friends failed
to call        I
When the earthquake came and swallowed ull?
Never a word of blame he  paid,
With all t lii'in troubles on top ol his head!
Not him! He climed to tho ton of the hill,
Whuro standing; room was left him still,
tbe town, he should be a
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P. Burns & Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH AND SALT MEATS
RETAIL 8TORE8 AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir, Kaalo, Sandon,
New Denver, OsM-de City, Grand Fork*, Sirdar,
Midway and Greenwood.
.MAILORDERS PBOMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
HEAD  OFFICE NELSON, B. 0.
- LEADS -
THEM
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FOR  COUGHS   OR   COLDS
TAKE
LAMBERT'S SYEUf
OF Hli-UIH MH!
An, barin his heaV here's whnt he said,
'I recon it's time to get up and git;
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AT  85c  PER   BOTTLE.
CROSS & CO,,
Qeneral Asentfi and  Z€4     SO
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MINE OWNERS  WTIL DO WELL TO LOT THEIR PROPFRTY WITH US.
THE SALES   WE  ARE   MAKING   PROVE   WE  HAVE   THE   BUYERS
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IEWB OF THE WORLD IH BBIET
An I_W*ro*tl_» Coll*otlo» of Itom* rrom
th. Two Ho-ijUpho-raa Pr»sa»Ud »n »
Condensed Farm-Cull** from the -•!-
olgrapH Keport*.
William Wayne --elvin is under arrest
_» the Waldorf-Astoria,   charged   with
-threatening the life of tha Denver millionaire, David H. Moffat, and also with
trvlng to defraud the hotel out of *423.
The United States gunboat Wheeling
has arrived in Vancouver, B. G, from
t AltU-kti.
Miaa Ada Rohan, the leading lady of
Aiigustin Daly's company, has been engaged, with Mr. Daly's permission and
approval, to create the part of the hero-
" ne in the next Drury Lane drama.
Che commissioners of Golden Gate park,
Francisco, have accepted an offer by
liaus Spreckeln to erect a marble   or
aite music stand, to coat not less than
1860000. , *-i '
At St. Louis, in the trial of Campbell
Aligair im the charge of murder, photo
graphs purporting to portray every stage
of the assault were brought forth by the
state and allowed as evidenoe. The entire
tragedy a» the prosecution presents it
waa acted out before a camera.
Orders have been issued for Ailing in
of the fifty-mile gap between Surf and
Elwood, on the coast division of the
Southern Pacific railroad. Thia will complete) a new trunk line from .San Francisco io Los Angeles within a year.
Frances Saville, tha opera singer, who
: statea that she is a citizen of California,
has brought suit against the Madison
Avenue hotel in New York to recover
$20,000, the value-of a casket of jewels
which she alleges Was stolen from her
apartments in the hotel December 0,1898.
Total receipts from customs and taxes
in America's island possessions arc: In
Cuba, from July 18, 1808, to January 31,
1809 (six porta not reporting for January), $1,312,372; in the Philippine isl-
ands, from August 13, 1808, to December
31, $1,819,813; jn Porto Rico, from Aug-
uat 15, 1898, to December 15, 1898, $3,-
(-43,602.
Emil Beine, a cabin passenger on the
North German Lloyd steamship Saale,
waa areated in New York on a charge of
smuggling.
Lieut. Commander C. P. Reea, U. 8. N.,
who waa the signal officer with Admiral
Dewey'a fleet, and who stood upon thc
bridge with the admiral during the battle of Manila, has arrived in Topeka,
Kan,, to visit relatives. The naval officer was received hy the governor and
both branches of the legislature, and
spoke briefly before both the house and
Bcnate.     .
. An appeal has bean received- hy the
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce on
' behalf of the flood .sufferers of-the .Shantung province-of China. Those signing
-the appeal are American and English people. The state .that the Chinese of the
district have raised-something like $7,0,-
000, but this will go but a short way, as
there aro over 2,000,000 people starting.
Tlio. transport Roanoke haa sailed for
Manila with a full cargo of supplies for
the troops.    She took away  17 recruits
for the .Fourteenth infantry, il men of
_ the Twentieth infantry and two meii and
67 recruits for the Twenty-third- infantry.
,     The consuramarion'' of ttte   128,000,000
combine, the New York. Gas, Light, Heat
k Power Co.,   has   been   made   possible
by the.decision of the .directors of the
Standard Underground Cable company to
* surrender to the combine' $146,000 worth
of bon^s of the United Electric Light A
. Power company of New York held by it
aa collateral.
Negotiations will probably be completed for the sale of the plant of King, Gilbert k Warner company of Columbus,
. Ohio, to the Beaacmer steel plants of the
national organization. Thc plant ia one
of the largest in the west
Attorney General Monett of Ohio has
filed a motion in tho supreme court asking that F. B. Squire, secretary of the
Standard Oil Company, be cited for contempt. Secretary Squire refused to produce certain books demanded by the attorney general during the taking of testimony in the cases against the Standard
Op'company, before the master com mis
sloner.
President J. J. nil! of the Great Northern and President A. L. Mohler of the
O. R-'A N. held a conference in Seattle
recently: It is thought that" the conference was based upon the question'of con
structing a railroad into the Republic
mining -distfictV
With regard to, the reported Anglo-
German Agreement, Prince Radriwill of
Franca remarked: "An entente between
such serious commercial rivals as Great
Britain and Germany is almost impos
aiblev
-.President McKinley has notified the
Moravian college for women that it might
announce the faj_t Ujat as far as^ the
present outlook was concerned he would
be able to attend the exercises on the
|50th anniversary of thc seminary, to be
held on June 14. President McKinley assures the college he would be aceoinpan-
"•ied by Mrs. McKlnlay.
$£rs.^ John A. Logan hr scrionsly ill at
her home'in Washington, D. C. She is
suffering from a second attack of grip.
She has been unable to leave her room
for more than a week and her condition
causes nraeh afcrrri.      '   '   ' "
. .Count Jean Bernard Rochaburg-Rothen
Lowen, the distinguished Austrian statesman, formerly minister of foreign affairs
and incumbent of other administrative
post* under Emperor Francis Joseph, is
,,._lead<.     . ,     -v.wi.j
The Planters' Cotton Oil need- mill at
Monroe, La,, was almost destroyed by fire
togethc- with seedhouses, stables, stock,
etc. The loss is estimated at $100,000;
insurance not known.
tin, the former being a brother to Tod
Sloan.
The directory of the Greater American
exposition has just elected these ot'ticars:
Dr. George L. Miller, president; Frank
Murphy, treasurer; and Dudley Smith,
secretary.
According to reports received by the
steamer Miowera, the situation in the
New Hebrides is serious.
The annual meeting of the Congressional Temperance Society at the Vermont
Avenue Christian church, Washington,
was a memorable one, in honor of the late
Representative Dingley of Maine, who
was for 18 years president of the organ
ization.
L. D. Broughton, Jr., received a letter
from the universities of Oxford and
Cambridge on the matter of a chess
match by cable with the American universities of Columbia, Harvard, Yale and
Princeton.
P. S. Carr, .ate captain of Company L,
First Kentucky regiment, was shot
through the left arm at the elbow by
Harry Price, a young lawyer of Cattle-
burg, who was a private in Carr's company.
Eugenio Casselli, the South American
racquet and handball player, played a
series of racquet games with Instructor
H. Boakes of the Chicago Athletic club
and for the first time since coming to the
United States Casselli met defeat.
The conferees on the census bill have
agreed and will make their report in the
week. The census will be nominally under tho direction of the secretary of the
interior, but all appointments in the census bureau will be made by the director
of the census.
At Crawford, Nob., three miles from
Fort Robinson, City Marshal Frank D,
Mooney was probably fatally wounded by
Louis Grossman, late trumpeter of Company C, First U. S. cavalry.
Tho honors of the tournament of the
second annual meet of the national skat
congress of America at Indianapolis, were
won by-John Ulrich of St. Louia.
A tornado passed over Evansville, Ind.,
last week. The Evansville Brick com-
.patvy's plant, the Diamond Commercial
company's building and one residence
Were destroyed and many private homes
unroofed. Other minor casualties wore
reported. The loss will be heavy.
. Texas is passing through an alarming
epidemic of meningitis. Many schools
have been closed on account of the ravages of the disease.
Davitt Holland, *who is receiving bids
for the contest between Bob Fitzsimmons
and Jim Jeffries, today received an offer
of $21,000 from thc Triangle dub, located
on Stoney. Island avenue, Chicago.
Ex-Representative Levi Maish, of Pennsylvania, is dead.
The club offers to pay all expenses df
the principals and their trainers to the
battleground and deposit the purse 10
days prior to tho day of the fight, or
earlier, if desired, when the articles of
agreement are signed.
An appeal has been received by the
chamber of commerce of San Francisco on
behalf of the flood sufferers of the Shan
Tung province in China.
President Zelaya'a army has captured
Cili mountain and Agues Calientes, thus
Virtually terminating the Bluefielda revolution.
There are 30 cases of typhoid fever in
the Second division hospital in Major
General Lee's camp at Havana.
. Two iceboats going at a high rate of
speed . came together on Hamilton bay,
Ontario. Wm. Holtham waa killed and
several others severely injured.
Thirty Spaniards arrived on the Cun-
ard liner Umbria, at New York recently,
Most of them are laborers and are able to
read and write. All of them are going to
different mining towns of the west.
The bodies of letter carrier Fred Marty
his wife and two-year-old child, who 10
dnys ago perished in the fire at the Arlington flat building, in Chicago, were
found under a pile of debris.
It is learned that, ex-President Clcve
land has signified his intention of attending the dinner to be given at Dclmomco's
on March 2nd in honor of Carl Schurz.
Representative Grosvenor of Ohio has
introduced a bill directing that govern
ment publications bear the imprint of the
International Typographical Union.
The transport Sherman, New York for
Manila, has arrived at Port Said.
METALS 0J THE H0RTHWEST.
Items ream the Rich Big Ions or tho P»-
eltto Worthwoat, Mows From -•» J*M
p-rtnetple Mining Oejnvt-VereonMU-
■11-l-g Motes.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The Dominion parliament will likely
meet on April 6.
Tho Victoria fire department has added
a fine new chemical engine.
A now theater, to be known as thc Al-
hambra, will shortly be opened at Vancouver, B. C.
Th© fortieth anniversary of the landing
of Methodists at Victoria waa celebrated
recently in 'hat city.
Eli Cox has made arrangements in
Grand Forks for the installation of a
complete bottling works.
A man named Cornell, who was chef
on the Canadian Pacific dining car Holy-
rood, which runs between Revelstoke and
Sicamous, committed suicide last week.
Rossland waa incorporated as a city in
1897, and ithaa since grown so rapidly in
population that it has already become the
third largest city in British Columbia.
W. B. Dovoy, the contractor, and Mr.
Donald of Rossland, have been awarded a
contract from the Columbia Telephone,
Telegraph company of Rossland for the
immediate construction of a telephone
and telegraph line from Trail, B. C, to
Camp McKinney.
Contractor Koch, who has made arrangement* to handle Canadian Pacific
railway freight from Brooklyn into thc
Boundary country, passed through Cascade last week with several four-horse
and a six-horse team loaded with merchandise for the upper country.
The new $100,000 mill at the Gol-
conda mine, near Baker City, Ore., Ib
building. The owners expect great
success with the new bromine-chlorine
process. They are J. G. and J. T.English, of Danville, 111. The mill building covers 170 by 300 feet. The complete equipment will be ln operating
shape April 1.
In South Africa.
In 1897 In the Rand, South Africa,
gold district, there were in operation
4675 stamps; ln 1898, 5042; the tonnage crushed ln 1897 was 5,325,355—
about 4V_ tons per stamp per day. Ab
in the United States, the tendency Is
to Increase the capacity per stamp. In
the past ten years that district has
yielded $320,000,000 in gold.
The Payne Mine*.
The Payne mines ate eltuated ln the
Slocan division of British Columbia,
aays the Toronto World. So far only
one ot the four claims owned by the
company has >een worked and out of
this claim the company has already
paid $1,000,000 in dividends, besides
paying all costs of development and
equipment out of the earnings of the
mine.
Sulphur.
Sulphur was mined ln the United
Statea in 18^8 ln Utah, Nevada and
Louisiana. The total production was
about 3,000 short tons, valued at $66,-
000. The Nevada product was shipped
to San Francisco.' Utah produced 337
tone. The production of sulphur ln
Louisiana (made by the French process as ln previous years), amounted
to 1,427 short tons. Nothing was done
at the'Louisiana mines after May.
The lues of Aluminum.
Tfcere seems to be no limit to the
uses to which aluminum can be put.
The Russian minister of war has approved of aluminum horse shoes for
the cavalry, after a severe teet as to
their merits. They wear longer than
iron, are less affleeted by moisture, cost
no more, and are of course much lighter. They are likely; to come Into general use ln the near future. Within
a few years Iron will have to fake a
back seat for many of the utilitarian
purposes where It IS now deemed In
dispensable.
Fame ol Republic Sprcndn.
Patrick Clark, the principal owner
of the Republic mine, has returned
from his eastern trip and reports that
he found the fame of Republic camp
has already reached the cities of the
east, and the Indications are that con
slderable eastern capital will Seek mining Investments throughout the north
ern se*ctlon this coming* spring. Mr.
Clark stated that the regular monthly
dividend of $30,000 from the Republic
mine would be passed this month, as
the cold snap had seriously Interfered
with the operations of the mill. It
ls a creditable fact, however, that the
net returns of the limited operations
of the. mill was more than ample to
pay all. expenses of development work
on the mine.
Ilrlllsli  Columbia
Arrangements are being _ made to
resuma^wprk on the. Diamond Hitch in
the Boundary country
.The Caledonia, in Bear LAke"district,
B. C, has 150 feet of tunneling and has
just commenced a cross-cut tunnel.
twe shifts ar*> being worked
On the Mdnte Carlo and American
Eagle, on Hardy, mountain.; in Boundary valuable deposits of native copper,
ore have bee*n encountered
; A- valuable; body of ore has been
crosscut on the City of Paris and Lincoln claims In Central camp, Boundary
country.
A foot of clean ore has been struck
(n the drift beitig- run on the Mabou
claim,. which adjoins the Enterprise
mine on Ten Mile near Silverton
At the Dundee mine the main shaft
Is;now dowfi to the 263*-foot level. The
drifting on ore is being carried oq at
the 300,000..level, where lt ls 18 feet
thick.
The Gladstone mineral .claim, situated on Porcupine creek, four miles
east of the Nelson and Fort Sheppard
railway, has been sold by N. A. Rivers
to Gideon Mahar.
Montreal parties bave purchased a
large Interest ln the Oro Denoro claim
In Summit camp, enough having been
Invested to Insure the steading work*
Ing of the mine ln future.
Fifteen men are at work on the City
of Paris and Lincoln mines over in
Central camp and are making good
progress on the 800-foot tunnel which
is now in over 600 teet,
R. G. Sldley ot Anarchist raountala
has bonded his well known Anarchist
group of claims at Camp McKinney
to W. P. Paton and company, of Greenj-
wood for a large sum.
The mill at the Porto Rico is running night and 'day and Is giving good
satisfaction. There is much speculation as to the returns, and estimate*
vary from $20,000 to $60,000.
The Boundary Creek Mining company, which ownB' the Last Chance, in
Skylark camp, has purchased a complete plant, consisting of a 50 horse
power boiler, hoist, pump and steam
drills from the1 Jencks Machine company at*Jrail.and. expect to havp it on.
the ground Bhortly.
The confirmation of the sale 6fkfhe
endlug January 27th were: 22 days,
6 hours' smelting, 3,727 tons smelted,
ylelllng 69 tons copper, 39,250 ounces
sllvar. -.,     ,
Ttie mill at the Porto Rico Ib run-
nine night and day and Is giving good
aatlsfaction. There is much speculation as to the returns and estimates on
the month's returns vary from $20,000
to $50,000.
!t ls estimated that the ore shipments already made from the Slocan
this year have yielded returns of over
half a million dollars. Twenty-one
mines are at present on the list of
shippers.
During January the B. A. C. did over
2600 feet of tunneling, shafting, etc.,
on Its various properties and probably the February record will be even
gi-*uter than that.
The tunnel on the Walllngford at
Rossland is now In 245 feet and has a
gcod showing of mineral in the face,
A change has been made to the use
of coal as a fuel ln the Virginia mine
at Rossland.
The new machinery on the Sullivan
group, in the Fort Steele country, Is
working without a hitch. The development work has been much more rap-
U since the machinery was started.
A crosscut tunnel has been started
oi the Vancouver group, near Silver-
ton, to tap the ore bodies at much
g-eater depth than the present work-
ltgs.
On the Noble Five the big ore body
litely run Into has been followed for
8> feet. Its average width Ib five feet,
Ii is estimated that the amount of ore
ii sight is worth about $200,000.
CLASH   WITH  THE  GERMANS.
Sharp .engagements Are Frequent--A
Kiilil by the Police—Affairs ln Manila
Are Quiet—The Rumor About Attack
on lie minus Denied.
MINING HOT-IB.
The Red Roy mine, thirty miles west
of Baker City, last month had a $50,-
000 output.
At Portland Is being framed a gold
nlnlng dredge to cost $40,000 for the
Poraeroy Dredging Company of Portland, Ore.
Calumet, Mich., Ib now the second
largest mining camp In the United
States, and claims a population of 40.-
»00. being next to Butte.
It is estimated that there is now
Sl.000,000 worth of ore ln sight in the
Red Boy mine near Baker City. *rhe
monthly cleanups of this mine range
from $19,000 to $25,000.
Another strike of clean galena ore
is reported on the Little Spoken*, near
Troy, Montana. Ore ls being hauled
to the railroad for shipment to Great
Falls.
There is a persistent rumor that the
Keystone Is about to absorb the Gold-
flint, In the Yakh district, Montana,
and tbat one big mill will work the
ores from both propositions.
This week a force of men were put
to work sinking an incline shaft on
the Rebate ln Republic to catch the
ledge at a point near the bottom of the
winze, and another force will commence a raise to connect with lt.
On the Silver King, near Okanogan
lake, and owned by the Canadian-
American Gold Mining and Development company, of Rossland, 250 feet
of tunnels have been driven since November 1..
A strike has been made at the 70-
foot level lu the Golden Eagle, on the
north fork of the Kettle river, ln the
Boundary country. The find consists
of four feet of high grade copper-gold
ore, from which assays were had from
$80 to $100.
A carload of red granite has been
shipped to Seattle from A. C. Thompson's new quarry. There ls said to be
but one other place In the United
Slates where such a fine quality of red
granite Is found. Most of the red gran-
in this country Is brought from Scotland. .
The Camp Hewitt properties which
have recently been secured by the Canadian-American Gold Mining and Development company of Rossland, comprise 10 gold-copper claims situated on
Okanogan lake at the new town of
Pcachl-md,. which Is located 20 miles
north of Pentleton on the west side
of the lake.
One mile east from the ranch of W.
L. Davis, just across the Okanogan
river. Hob what is called a sodium-sulphate mine. This deposit covers about
sixty acres, and from samples sent to
the agricultural college of Washington and a chemist ln Seattle Is pronounced by them commercially pure.
Another attempt has lieen made to
find Indian John's fabulously rich
placer gold fields, said to be located in
Cassiar and which are pronounced
among the lost mines ot the world.
This thin* Caltfornlans tried to locate
the gold, but did not succeed. After
two years' wandering some of the party have returned to Vancouver.
Minneapolis Tribune Plre
Minneapolis, Feb. 24.—Thc five-story
building occupied and owned by the Tribune Publishing Company was destroyed
by fire tonight. Everything, including all
the costly presses and type and linotypes
were destroyed. Fortunately not a single
life was lost, nor a man injured. The loss
to the Tribune company is about $100,000;
insurance, $80,000.
More Troopa for Otln.
Washington, Feb 24 — I'll.) war depart-
ment has arranged to dispatch further
reinforcements to General Otis. The regiments seleoted are the Ninth infantry,
now at New York, and Sixth infantry,
now at San Antonio, Texas.
It is reported that the transport* taking
them will be able to leave San Francisco
by March 13.
Hope for Klpllnv.
New York, Feb. 27.—RudySrd Kipling
is slightly Improved.    At 1  o'clock his'Cornucopia group for $600 000 Is the
condition   was   unchanged.    There  was latest actual transfer of note and is In-
of.* „ tJ^W" h01*' h°Wem' to ""''* ~       d8,uCeer°OrIhat l8 g°lng °" ar°Und
two jockeys, Cash Sloan and W. H. Mar-1 Um. _, ,ng _p,r_UoilB durlng the four _,-g m
New York, Feb. 20.—6 a. m.—*A rumor
is current thi- morning that Admiral Dewey fired on Uie German gunboat Irene at
Manila.
>A Herald special says that by permission of tho authorities a party of blue
jackets landed every evening from the
British cruiser Narcissus to act aa a special lire brigade for wetting down the
British consulate aud banks aa a precaution against iucendiariwu.
In view of the above it is very probable
German marines were also landed, as per
Uie story yesterday denied at Washington.
If German marines landed without pei-iia-
aion of Dewey a shot may have beeu fired
across the bows of the boat, but nothing official is received on this. The incident which may have incited Dewey'a
message for thc Oregon is a mooting of
foreign consuls in Manila at which the
British are not represented.
Despite the excitement of the laat two
days business is proceeding aa usual, and
there is general confidence in the ability
of the authorities to maintain order.
Snapshooting, which has been going on
in various parts of the city, has practically been stopped, but there is continued
skirmishing on General McArthura front.
One American was killed and four were
wounded this morning.
Tlie church of San Francisco del Monte,
which was used by the insurgehu as a
fort, and from which yesterday's attack
upon the First South Dakota infantry was
made, was bombarded by the Utah buttery this morning.
A military government similar to that cf
Manila has been established at lloilo.
Nine hundred and ninety-two military
Spaniards sailed for Spain yesterday, 28UU
remain and a few civil employes.
There was light skirmishing on King's
front last night. The city is quiet. Investigations reveal a deep laid plot in the
native uprising two night ago.
To relieve the stringency of the civil
community all articles of diet except rice
arc admitted free of duty.
10:15 a. m.—Despite the threats of the
Flipinos to burn the business center, the
inhabitants of Manila were not disturbed
last night.
The enemy was active along (ieneral
King's and General Ovenshiuc's line from
theh beach to Pasig, but a few volleys of
musketry, stipplouiented by shells from
tlie Buffalo, effectually quieted them.
The shooting of two Englishmen and of
Mr. Argentine, manager of the Andrews
cotton mill at Tondo ou Wednesday, is
generally regrcted, but it is admitted Unit
it wus quite unavoidable. Instead of remaining in tbe stone basement during the
excitement occasion by the tires in the
vicinity, the trio leaned far out from an
upper window. Their white suits attracted the attention of the jVmerican soldiere.
who; believing them to he natives* firing
from the windows, shot all three.
Mr. Argentine is dead.
C. F. Simpson is fatally wounded and T.
Danism slightly wounded.
Additional casualties February 22, during thc reconnaissance near San Pedro Ma-
tali:
First Washington, killed—Company H,
Private Albert J. Ruppcr.
Following casualties in the engagement
near Calooean, February.22 and 23:
First Montana, killed—Company L, Second Lieutenant Eugene S. French.
Wounded—K, Second Lieutenant Philip
Grecman, side (slight); F, Fred D. Chatel.
elbow (slight); B, Marlin Ilyman, leg,
(slight); L, William A. (-Hodman, thigh,
(severe); D. William F. Kramer, scalp.,
(slight) i 1, William A. Bonham, shoulder,
(slight); C, Glen W. Hurd, foot (slight);
O, Theodore A. Manchester, thigh and
hand (severe); L, Thomas G. Dunn, head,
(serious); C, John F. Dunn, thigh and
waist (slight); A, Otto Nelson, shoulder,
(slight); A, John Shannon, buttock
(slight).
American Flag In  (»ih.
Manila, P. I., Feb. 20.-Saturday the
German cruiser Kaiserin Augusta, which
arrived here last night from lloilo,
brought news that the United Statea gun
boat Petrel had visited the island of Cebu,
in the Yizcayas group of the Philippines,
and hoisted the American flag. The president of the local government of the island declared he yielded only to superior
force.
The deputation from Negros island,
which came here after the people aaid they
had accepted the rule of the United States,
h evidently pleased with its reception.
Its members will return to Bacolot, thc
capital of the island, on Tuesday.
I-iter reports show there waa conoid-
emble firing at Calooean last night. Thc
Filipinos arc becoming more accurate in
firing. During the skirmish last night
tt<> on the railroad were slightly wounded
ahd a member of the Kafuu icximcnl was
anot through the head tli is morning. It
ii believed Uie wound is mortal
A Spaniard with a il.ig oi im-» came
through the lines of thc Kansas regiment
this morrring at 8:30.
The Filipinos aro visible in top* to the
Sorthward.
Police Raid Native House*.
Manila, Feb. 26.-—The mllibiry police
have raided several suspect oil houses in
various directions, uipLiuiug .10 ir 40 persons in each place.
Stringent meamires are dispelling the
fears of outbreak. Keeling in the city '■
decidedly improved. Thc Chinese arc still
timorous.
Hundreds nf applicants 'for cedillas lie-
dogs thc ofllcers, thc natives apparently
recurrence, but every precaution ia being
I taken to deal with U)e emergency U n
arises.
llmilln   le  (tutet.
Washington, Feb. 20.—The war department yesterday received the following -
"Condition of affairs quiet. Anxiety
need not be folt in regard to the situatlu-.
\\ ill send a small bouy of troops to Uebu,
where the navy took quiet possession.
"OTIS."
No Row In  iliiiillu Bay.
Manila, Feb. 20.—0:20 p. in.-—No such
emergency exists here as is presented by
reports circulated in the tinted btaiea
and cabled back to Manila, to the effect
thut Admiral Dewey lias had a collision
of a forcible character with Uie Cermaii
naval commander,
Anxloua to Surrender.
Manila, Feb. 27, 4:oo p. in.—Two commissioners who returned irom Malolos under a flag of truce today report 8000 rebels are anxious to surrender.
They also express the belief Aguinaldo
is inclined to accept pacific overiurea.
Along   Ihe   Mm*.
Manila, leb. 27, 11 tft6 a. m.—except
for an occasional volley and some individual tiring hy thc rcbcla from the jungle
near Calooean, along uie river and in tlie
vicinity of San Pedro Macuti, all wus
quiet along the entire line lust night.
Died of DUeaae and  Wound*.
Wahsington, Feb. 27.—General crtis
cables hia weekly report of deaths from
disease. Since February 18 tue ftumher
is 12, in hiding the following:
Chaplain John K. Thompson, acute in
torocihtis; Corporal Harry H. S. Stroud,
dysentery, both of the First Washington.
PriVate William F. Stanley, Company
F, First Montana, malarial fever.
Died of wounds received in action, five,
including Private John L. Soreusen, Company L, First Montana.
Another  Manifesto.
Hong Kong, Feb. 27.—Tho Filipino g.v-
eminent lias issued another virulent anti-
American decree.
Cnaualtlea  lo  Dale.
Manila, Feb. 27, 0:15 p. m.—The' casualties io date by regiments are' aa follows:
California, 3 killed, 28 wounded; Washington, 14 killed, 00 wounded; Idaho, 0
killed, 20 wounded; Fourth cavalry, 2
wounded; Fourteenth infuntryy 14 killed,
35 wounded; North Dakota, 1 wounded;
Wyoming, 1 killed, 2 wounded;"Third ai-
liliery, 0 killed, 35 wounded; Twentieth
Kansas, 0 killed, 30 wounded; Montana,
5 killed, 44 wounded; Tenth Pennsylvania,
_ killed, 7 wounded; Colorado, 3 killed,
7 wounded; Nebraska, 8 killed, 24 wounded :Nniih Dakota, 5 Jsilled, 24" wounded;
Utah artillery, 3 killed, 0 wounded;
Twenty third infantry, 1 filled, 1 •wounded; Oregon, 1 killed, 1 wounde.; Eighteenth infantry, 1 killed, 5 wounded; Medical department, 1 killed, 1 woundeU;
-•sixth artillery, 2 wounded; Third artillery, 0 killed, 35 wounded.
Ill-Kill   Of   Col.    Ill,I.e,,, I.
Cliieogo, Fob. 26.—Colonel    Amos   C.
BulK'oek, an intimate friend of Abraham         ,,,	
^in^lnandji^prominent lignre in aboil-.-being under the impression that their pos-
l,c w»s born in Now  session insures them from lnterfcrm e and
tion times*; W-dend.
Justice of thc peace te bride's mother,
as the bridegroom hesitate with his
"yes": "Step a little further bavk, madam."—Toledo Bee.
In Persia a bonfire plays an important
part in the marriage ceremony, the service being rood over in front of' it.
Kaslo k Slocan
TIMK CARD.
"Trains Itun on ruclflc SinhdSrd Time.
lA'ave. Arrive.
Going West. Dally. flolnff East.
8:00 a. m   Kaslo  '.. 3:55 p. m.
I*:*- a. m  South Fork   *!:*» |>. m
9:Sl'a. m  8->roulo's .a  2:25 p. m
9:46 a. m   Whltowatcr   2:10 p. in
9:55 a. m  H.-.u- Lake   !:00 p. m.
10:12 a. m  McOulRau   1:48 p. m.
10:25 a. in   Bailey's    1:34 p. in
10>.18 n. m.... Cody Juncth n  .... 1:23 p. ni.
Arrive. Leave.
10:40 a. in  Sandon  1:15 p. in
CODY BRANCH.
Ijeave 11:00 a. m..Sandon..Arrive 11:40 a. in.
Arrive 11:15 a. m...Cody...Leave 11:25 a. m.
Q.  F. COPELAND, Superintendent.
York in 1828 aad came to Illinois in 1840.
the ignominy of being searched for arms
on the streets.
It is generally thought that in the dis
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Steamera "International" and *'Alb»rU"
on Kootenay Lake and Rivor.
Five-Mile Point connocUoa wrth all
paaaenirer train* of N. k Y. S. R. R. to
and from Northport, Bouland and Spo
kant. Ticket* and baggage checked to all
United States point*.
Leave Kaslo for Nelwn and way point*,
daily, except Sunday, 6:45 a. m. Arrive
Northport 12:10 p. m.; RoMland, 1:40 p.
in.-, Bpokane, 6 p. m.
Ijeave Nelson for Kaalo and way point*
daily, except Sunday, 4:35 p. m.   Lsave
Spokane, 8 a. m.;  Holland,  10:30 a. r-.t
Northport, 1:50 p.. m.
NEW SERVICE ON KOOTENA . LAKI.
Leave Nelaon for K«*lo, etc., Tuiaday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
at 8:30 a m.; arrive Kaalo, 12:30 p. m.
Leave Kaalo for Nelaon, etc., Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,'Friday,
4 p. in.; arriv* Nelson, 8 p. m.
BONNER'8 FEltRY AND KOOTENAY
RIVER SERVICE.
Leava Ka»lo Saturday 4p.m.* arrlv*
Boundary midnight'-arriv*.Bonner's IW-
ry Sunday 10:30 a. in,    ,
Leave Bonner'* Fsrry bunday 1 p. m.;
■j-riv* Boundary Slind»,v  6 p. ».; arrif**,
Kaslo Sunday 10 avm.    . ,,
aos* eonn*ctloh at Bonn*r'* Ferry with
trains esatbound, leaving Spokana Ti4t
a. m., and westbound arriving Bpokaa*
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Honor* by American Generals—He Review* the Soldiers Insurgent Troop*
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Housekeeper—I ordered a dozen or*
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sent mc eleven.   How waa that?
Orocer—Well, ma'am, one of them waa
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Philadelphia Catholic Standard.
Fatigue caiiaca a poisoned condition of
the Wood. If the hlood ol a'fatigtied animal be injected into anofJier animal that
is' unfatigued, all the symptoms of fatigue will be produced.
"Wouldn't you like to be a judge of
music, Mr. Grumpy!"'
"You can hot I would; I'd have some
of these singers up for contempt of court
mighty quick."—Philadelph-f Record.   .
jjVGerman paper contains the^following
unH*ye aihcrtiseweht* "Any. peruon who
i .w> prove tluu. my tapioca, contains any-
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Ethel—Oh, veal He haa always humored
my sjHi"-*st wisrfea—Brooklyn Life.
Tho lighthouse at Corunna, Spain, is
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It was riiM'ted (tyring the reign of Tra
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from lis um will a_onl«h yog. It la absolutely iota,
K'"* ■rieari**, kiul etsss. I*- b-ren without lneoa>»
nance sad detention from twuiuvs. I'Kii _, *1 oo. Por
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l*r*4 attorney ean get you patent* direct Iron
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la *rsrt town to 1*11 pet*ut«d article- . KurthtM
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LADIES
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Ask druggists  for Dr. tl arte Is
French Female Pills In metal t«u
1 •  wlib»>en_bl*_*oo*«>pUi**'*ii>,Wlilt.-
Red.    Insist on baring the genuine
"Relief for Women" mailed FREKln p sin
,,,      -"naiad Istter with tesUme-lalaand particulars.
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Vse ni»« for *nn«tnn
discharges, liitlsinniatlum
Irrllstluns   or  ulceration
of runcoas   memtirsuM
Painless, and not astiir
gent or poisonous.
Mold by Dr-ggtsU.
or sent In plain wrappsi
by etpi-ess,   prepaid,  fo
II .IW, or i bottles, t-M.
Circular sent tin reuuefi
DRIVE IT OUT.
y»k» th* JulrspiirUy out of your hlood.   Make
n*w, rich blood wllfc A
.; ->■ JUNUE.S REVEALED REMEDY
Contain* no alcohol or spirits oi any kind: no
mineral. It's easy and pleasant te take, tl
r*t bottle at y*_r druggist'.
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uot Uripe or Sicken. To convince you, we will mall
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«<»., PWlaaaytWIidi,.   Hold i,j Druggists.
SMilE CtIRE FOR PILES
In'III Yd Pll..»|ir>'ilii... mclnlur,.aniloans.'il.Mi,u
I lilsf mm, n« wellSfa.|llinil, Bleeding or I'r.l rudlng
C_S *r"_'"''"1 hr, Pr. B_»anko'*>lle Remedy
.Si..|i*.jt»Hitiu-wnil bleeding. Absorbs tumors.JEc*
I nr at druggists in j..ut hy nisll.Trestlse free Writ,
us about your oasa.   UR.BOHANKO,l,hilada..Pv
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New York, Feb. 26.—-A dispatch to the
Tribune from Havana Bays;
Cuban patriotism is satisfied. The in-
Bttrg*cnt soldiei-s have marched through
Jliiviiii/i streets bearing their arma and
Ueueral Gomez has been received with
military honors by thu American military
coiiiui.iiidcrrt.
Surrounded by them he watched 2500
of them defile in the plaza. He watched
these soldiers from the balcony on which
General Brooke and other American generals stood less than two months ago
when the last company of departing
Spanish troops saluted the American
troops and Captain General Castellanos
formally yielded the Spanish sovereignty.
After reviewing the soldiers Gomez
went to Kl Vedado, which is Brooke's
headquarters, paid his respects and conferred with him regarding the disband-
ment of insurgent troops. That is the
most important affair, now that the Cuban
celebration has been Leld. It ia also
true that the result jf I he celebration uas
contributed to a bet'er understanding and
will help the dUb-ir.diiictit,
Expressions of good will toward A*meri-
cons were universal. The events of the
day were creditable and were also significant in the lack of resentment toward the
Spanish clauses. It was a day of rejoicing
for Spanish defeat, yet they could not
fail to be gratified at the care taken to
avoid  wounding their susceptibilities.
Tall one (angrily)—Don't dare to contradict me again, sir; don't you know
that 1 could eat you if I chose? Short
one—Ahl but I should disagree with you
even more, tucn.—Ally Sloper.
Warmth and 8tren_th.
The cold of winter certainly aggravate*
rheumatism, and at oil seasons St. Jacobs
Oil is its master cure. It imparts warmth
and strength to the muscles, and curt-,
"Wesley," said his wife, sleepily, as the
plaintive frail of the infant broke the
still-ens of the midnight hour; "Werfey,
hoed the advice of Kipling."
"What is that?" he grunted from beneath the coverlet.
"Take up the white man's burdens-
Philadelphia North American.
 ,	
mrs. lucy goodwin'
HOW'S THIS*
We offer pne  Mundred  Dollar* Reward  foi
any case of Catarrh that can Dot be cured by
Ball'* Catarrh Cur*.
F. J. CHENET * CO.. Toledo, O.
We, th* undersigned, have known F. 3.
Cheney for th* last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transaction*
and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm.
WE8T & TRCAX   Wholesale  Druggists,  Toledo, O.
WA1.DINO, KINNAN a MARVIN, Wholesala
Druggists, Toledo. O.
Half* Catarrh Cure ii taken Internally, acting directly  upon  th* blood and  mucous surfaces of tb* system.    Testimonials **nl tr*a
Price lie per bottle. Hold by sll Druggist*.
Ball'* Family PU1* ar* th* best-
Waiter (yelling down the kitchen-tube)
—Hey, Alphonse, make that chop a steak.
"Sacrel Vote you t'ink? I'm a chef; not
a magician."—Tit-Bits.
•.ure fur* far Pile*.
Itebtag Pllst are known by —lolatur* Ilk* per-
?itrailon, canting intense Itching when warm,
his farm as well a* Blind, Bleeding or Protruding,
yield at oaee to Dr. -osanko'e Pile Itemedy, w htca
acta 41 redly on parts effwted, absorbs tumors, allays Itching sou i'f-V'ts a peruiaaent ours, fi* eta.
BraHlsIa or nail. I'lrcnlar. free. Dr. Boaanko,
ihlladelpbla. Pa.
Ledy—I wish to get a birthday present
for my husband. Shop walker—How long
have you been married, madam! I.ady—
Ten years. Shop walker—Bargain counter to the right, madam.—Bostok Traveler.
Buffered four years with female troubles She now writes to Mra 1-inkham
of her complete recovery. Read ber
letter:
Dear Mrs Pinkham:—I wish you to
publish what Lydia K Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound, Sanative Wash
and Liver Pills
have done lor
me.
I   suffered
to.* four year*
with    womb
trouble.   My
doctor said I
badfallingof
the womb   I
also   suffered
with   nervous
.^ prostration,   faltt.
* all-gone feelings, palpitation of the heart, bearing-down sensation and painful menstruation. I could
not stand but a few minutes at a time.
When 1 commenced taking your medicine 1 could not sit up h*ilf a day, but
before 1 had used half a bottle I was
up and helped about my work.
1 have taken tjiree bottles of Lydla
K. Pinkham r Vegetable Compound aad
used one package of Sanative Wash,
and am cured of all my troubles. 1 feel
like a new woman. 1 can do all kinds
5f housework and feel stronger than I
ever did ln my life Inowweigh 131^
pounds Before using your medicine I
weighed only 108 pounds.
Surely it ls the grandest medicine for
weak woman that ever was, and my
advice to all who are suffering from
any female trouble is to try It at onte
and be well. Your medicine his
proven a blessing to de. and I cannot
■praise it enough—Mrs Lucr Qoodwii,
Holly, W Va.   .
Good medical advice: Graduate—Xow
that I have my medical diploma, professor, where would you advise me to practice for wealth i Professor—In any first
class health resort.—Detroit Free Press.
To I nn- • Cold In  On** Day.
Take  laxative  Ilromo Quinine Tablets.     All
druKglbts refund money If it falls to cure   *Bc.
Young Bride— I didn't accept Tom tbe
first time he proposed.
Miss Ryval (slightly envious)—I know
you didn't.
Young Bride—How do you know?
Miss Ryval—You weren't there.—Boa
ton Traveler.
When coming to San Francisco go to
Brooklyn Hotel, 20*5,-21- Bush 8t. American or European plan. Boom and board
$1.00 to 1.50 per day; rooms 60 cents to
ILOO per day; single meals 2S cents Free
coach.    Chus.   Montgomery.
The Thins to Do.
When the sciatic nerve gives its worst
torment in thc shape of sciatica, the one
thing to do is to take St. Jacobs Oil
promptly and feel sure of a cure.
Tlie Young Wife—Oh, mother! I can't
think what has cove over Alfred lately,
he has been behaving so horribly.
The Mother-in-Law—What do you feed
him on, dear?—Brooklyn Life.
THY   ALLEN'S   FOOT-E VSE,
..A powder tu be shaken into tbe shoes.
At thin season your feet feel swollen, aer>
vous and uncomfortable. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It rests and comforts; makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating
feet, blisU-rs and callous spots. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain and is a certain cure for Chilblains, Sweating, damp
or fronted feet. We have over thirty thot-
saml testimonials Try it today. Sold br
al 1 druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Triil
package FREK. Address. Allen S. Ola-
sted. Le Roy, N. Y.
"I," said the oraUir, "am an American
of the good old stock, rooted deep in the
soil "   "The only stock I ever heaid
of that rooted deep in the soil," said the
tanner in the audience, "was hogs."—Ii-
diiinapoliti Journal.
I never used so quick a cure aa PlsVe
Cure for Consumption.—J. B. Palmer,
Box  1171,  Seattle.   Wash., Nov.  S,  1896.
Kirtt Deaf Mute (with fingers'—Jig-
son did not speak when he passed by.
8econd Deaf Mute—He couldn't; he
froze his fingers lait nightr—Syracuse
Herald.
ClTi Permanently Cured. No fltscr nervouinea
ll I • after in si day's use of llr. Kline's i.i.-at
N*rv* Restorer, s.-im for KKKK Bi.OU trial
bottle aod treatise, nn. ll. IL KUMi, Ltd., 'J«J
Arch street, I'hlladrlphla. Pa.
"My tun- hopt is to die rich."
"Huh!    I believe I would  rather live
poor."--Indianapolis Journal.
rilK THEiSTT.R BOARD, »l per yenr;
w.-.-kl>-, He; monthly, 10c; sold by nil
newsdealers. Office, n* Oullfurnla si
8an  KTancli.ro.
fc
A French professor is said to be the
owner of a collection of MO heads, representing the various known races, ol people on the globe.
No household Is complete, without s hotl* of
,he teinuus Jesse Moore Whiskey. Kill !""•*
an.I wholesome stimulant recoinmeiidiM lijr all
physicians.   Don't net-leel this net-wily
Jim Webater WM being Wed (or bribing ii colored witne*w, Sum JohlUi-f> to
testify fitlHcly. "You sny the defeiidinit
offered vou ilfty dollar* to testify in hie
behalf?" asked the lawyer of Sam. Yes,
sail." "Now, repeal what he -mid. using
his oxiu't WOrda,'' "He said he Would gib
mu fifty dollars if I...." "He didn't
speak iii the third |K>ison, did hot" "NO,
mill; lip I tick good C-Ti dat diir were -0
third -iiiumiui 'round; dm* wiih only two
us two." "1 know I hat, but lie spoke to
you in the llrst pel son, didn't lie?" "I
WM do fust piisson myself, snh." "Y*1
don't understand me. When tit was tulk-
ing (o vou did lie miv: 'I will WIS >'>''
fifty dollars'?" "No snh; be didn't »y
noihiii' 'bout you puyin' DM fifty di'llnr**.
Your name wasn't mentioned, 'ceptbl' lie
told me ef eber 1 got Into a porape, you
wns de Im- it lawyer in Sim Antone t" f'«'l
de Jedge nnd de jury    in  Uw\ y.ui was
dft 'lent in town to cover up rwkellty.
"il_i.__lonj-.nl.!1-1'' u'",
et'olPri
The expected happened Monday morning when Governor Rogers transmitted
a long und ramoling communication to the
house in which he vetoed tne capitol building bill.
I'oveinor Rogers states that the only
project of this kind he would be willing
to consider would bc the Thurston county
OOUrl house scheme.
Another measure he hns pi-omiscd a veto
for is the ptDpoood jiid'eiiil division jf
S*|)okiine county, should that legislation
■was both houses.
These bills passed the house: Relating
to fish in stocked lakes; amending an act
relating to trials by juries; amending an
act relating to public lands.
Several hills were indefinitely post
poncd, among them Rosenhaupt's bill re
luting to lund ownership by aliens.
After reading committee reports until 11
o'clock the senate took up senate bill No.
21X0, which had been made a special order
for that time, and it was pAssod without
discussion by unanimous vote. This hill
empowers the state hoard of land commissioners to relinquish to the I'liited
States selected lands to whicli the title of
the state has Jailed, Ot may fail in thc future.   The bill declares an emergency.
WASHUVGTOfl.
Real estate is beginning to change
hand* in Coulee City.
Sol Labrandt, near Nooksuck, killed a
large bear with an ax during the cold
weather.
Nell Murray was struck by a Great
Northern train at Wellington last week
and killed.
The debt of Whitman county is less at
present than it has been for more than
two years.
Joseph Ochman fell into a well on the
farm of Michael Hilgers near Sprague and
was drowned.
The city jail in Walla Walla was taxed
to its fullest limit last week, it being the
recipient of 31 vagabonds.
Suicide with a Winchester shotgun wos
the means sought by W. K. Fuller, a
hardware rrierchant in Everett, to end his
life.
The 2-year-old son of H. S. Clyde of
Olympia was accidentally shot and killed
by an older brother recently while at
play.
People living along the Columbia report that the Indian cay use ponies on
the Colville reservation are dying off by
wholesale.
In the United Statea court in Tacoma
Judge Hanford lias sentenced Louis Silk-
worth to four years in the penitentiary
for counterfeiting.
On the 6th of last month D. J. Schneb-
ly, editor of the Ellensburg Localizer, was
81 years of age. Mr, Schnebly is the
oldest newspaper man in Washington.
The record for fast jury work was broken in the superior court, in Colfax, last
week, when a jury heard two cases and
rendered verdicts in less than 20 minutes.
A. J. Symes, convicted of manslaughter
for the killing of Louis Conlce, in Adams
county, in 18H4, returned to the penitentiary at Walla Walla, to servo out his
sentence of 18 years, less credits.
About March 8 a first class steam siren
will be established at Gray's Harbor light
station, on the seaward side of Point Clie-
halis, southerly side of the entrance to
Gray's harbor.
The Columbia county courthouse foundation is settling in spots. This fact was
discovered by Auditor Gilham when he
attempted to open the vault doors, which
have hereto/ore swung easily on their
hinges, but they opened very hard, binding on the inside corner of their iron
frame.
Whitman county farmers are congratulating themselves over the deep snow and
frosted soil. They see in it rich promises
of great crops, and as these conditions
have usually brought good yields, it is
not probable that they will be disappointed this time.
While Moses Hoyt and Dan Shaner,
two well known Mossyrock ranchers, were
driving to Chehalis one day last week
a tree fell across the road while they were
passing and killed' one horse which they
were driving and badly injured another
animal.
Not   1'rc-ldrnt   H.'»f).
The New York Journal correspondent
has obtained from Admiral Dewey the following statement of his position regarding political honors. It is thc only authoritative quotation obtained from the
admiral so far upon this subject. Admiral
Dewey said:
"I would not accept a nomination for
the presidency of the United States. I
have no desire for any political office. I
am unfitted for it, either in education or
training. I am deeply grateful for many
expressions of kindly sentiment from the
American people, but I desire to retire in
peace to the enjoyment of my old age.
"The navy is one profession; politics
is another. I am too old to learn a new
profession. I have no political aspirations, and my health would never stand
the strain of a canvass. I have been approached by politicians repeatedly, in one
way or another, but I have refused absolutely to consider any proposition what
soever.   This is final."
Not Intended  to Bv Known.
Washington, Feb. 20.—Dewey's dispatch
asking tliat the Oregon be hurried to Manila was not intended for publication, it
appears. There is consternation in the
state department over the publicity given
it. It is lielicv.il that the reference to
"]>olitical reasons," means thut interference is threatened in the Philippines by
Germany and other Burope.in nations.
Secretary of the Xavy Long believes the
Oregon is wanted nt Manila for the moral
effect tlie presence of thc battleship will
create.
Co-iblnr on Silk Thrrnd.
New Jjondon, Conn., Feb. 20.—Public
announcement wns made that the American Silk Manufacturing company of New
Ijondon has been capitalized at 112,500.-
000, $.*i,000,000 preferred 0 per cent stock
and $7,500,000 common stock.
He was just back from the gold fields,
and they wore naturally anxious to hear
what he had accomplished.
"How much did you clean up!" they
asked.
"You evidently labor under a misapprehension," he answered, "I didn't clean
up; I was cleaned up."—Chicairo Evening Post.
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Society
Women
ana.in fact.nearly _|l
women v-iSo undergo
& nervous strain, are
compelled to regretfully watch the Qjovi'
injj pallor  of the'tT
cheeks, the coming
wrinkles and thinntw
that become  more
■■distressing eveTy day.
Every woman
knows that ill-health      THC'
is a ratal enemy to
beauty and that good
health gives to the
plainest  face an enduring attractiveness.
Pure blood and strong
neTvcs — these are the
secret of health and
beauty.
Dr.Williams' Pink
Pills foT Pale People  build up and purify the btood   and
strengthen the neTves.   To the young, girt they  are invaluable, to* thc mother they are a necessity, to  the woman
approaching fifty they are the best remedy that science
has devoid  for this cn.is of her life.
Mrs. Jacob Weaver, of nuslinell, 111., is fifty-six: years old. 8he *ays:
"I tufleTtd lor five or six yeiirs with tlie trouble that comes to women at
this lime of life. 1 w*s much weakened, was unable, much of the time, to
do my own work, nml suffered Ijeyoud my power to describe. I was down-
henrted and melancholy. Nothing- seemed to do me any good. Then I
made np my mind to try Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills for Pale People.
I bought the first box iu March, 1897, and was benefited from the start.
A box nnd a half cured mc completely, and I am now rugged and strong."
—Bushnell(III.) Retard.
The genuine package always bears the fuH name fct
all rlruggists or bent pobtp-id on receipt of prite 50*
per boxby the Ot William.* Medicine Co, 'biheneu&dy.N V
SN
Will Take Three Millions.
Havana, Feb. 20.—The Cuban assembly
met today and heard the report of the
committee which was sent to Washington
some tune since to confer with the government regarding Cuban afTairs.
lt was Anally decided to have the report
printed and to hand a copy of it to each
member of the assembly, that they might
study it carefully. The fact that the
offer of $3,000,000, on a basis of $100 pay
for each soldier was adopted and that
efforts to obtain more failed, makes ob- 1
ligatory thc assembly's ratification of .the
acceptance of the proposition of the United
"Doctor," said he, "I'm a victim of insomnia. I can't sleep if there's the least
noiso—such as a cat on the back fence,
for instance." "This powder will be effective," replied the physician, after compounding a prescription, "When do I
take it, doctor?" "You don't take it.
Give it to the cat in a little milk."-—Tit-
Bita.
I'nckliiHT   IIuiimi-   I>i**itroyeil.
Chicago, Feb 25. —Fire destroyed Swift
k Co.'s packing house Number Seven, at
the stock yards, causing a loss of $200,000.
Casualties: Dead—Fireman T. P. O'Neill,
killed by falling walls. Injured—Lieutenant Bernard McDonaghue, critical;
lluthew Gaulew, seriously; Lieutenant
Frank Walters, painfully; E. Pauelon,
right shoulder.
While Making Klrvcnu-ker*.
New York, Feb. 20.—Two boys were
killed, another mortaily injured and NV*
erol others more or le-is injured 'jy u terrific explosion yesterday 111 ono of tlie
mixing rooms in a building of thc Nord-
Graniteville, S, I. The dead and mortally
injured are: Harry Morgnt, aged 15;
linger-Cluirlton Fire Works company at
Charles Frohlein, aged 18.
Ills   Strike   In   Threatened.
Fort Smith, Ark., Feb. 20.—Every coal
mine in jVrkausas and Indian Territory
will close down Wednesday if the present
program of miners and operators is adhered to. Over 4000 miners are involved
ond mines supplying a lart;e section of
the southwest with fuel will be affected.
■   POR   MEN   ONLY.
DR.  FOOTE & 8TAFP
101 ADAMS ST., IB1CAOO,
Ken requiring ansarpMsed treatment sb*i_«
consult persnnslly or hy letter "Free" wit- ths
punier and only exclusive men's specialists la th*
united 8t»te*. Dlsea*** of men mid* th*
study ot ft lire-time. Dnfortuoftiw everywhere
should Immediately communicate, with Dr. Feot*,
or Chicago. Everything i-ontiilential. Remedle*
sent everywhere in sealed paokace* and letters In
■lain envelopes. Correspondence solicited. Latest
taraleal. Medical and Electrleal methods
adopt*— OelucInK tbe stomach with drugs »b—o-
doned. Avoid drugs recomnlendsd by ths unauthorised and sell-styled specialist* In Western
town*. Few genulut specialists locate oatsld* of
(Tew York or Chicago. In thes* cities your private af/Blrs are ssfe. Unequaled treatment for all
diseases and weaknesses of th* Oenlto-Urlnary,
6«iual. Reproductive and Nervous Systems. Impediment* to marrlag* rsmoved. ''Syphala"
positively pnrlfles th* blood, cures syphilis and
removes all whit* ulcer* In throat or mouth, copper colored spots on body and eruptions on skin,
alio catarrh snd rheumatism, "Vlaorala," th*
only permanent restorer and invlgoralur, give*
vigor to vital organs and nerTes. prevent* and
•ore* grip. 11 per bottle. • for ti Trial bottls*.
•Ilh*r remedy, half pnea
In proportion to their weight, dogs can
absorb without danger 10 times as much
arsenic as would kill a human being.
I-'itnlly Gotten Over.
A cripple from a sprain is one who
neglects to use St. Jacobs Oil to cure it-
Prompt use of it brings prompt cure, and
the trouble is gotten over easily.
It is calculated that the men and worn-
on of today are nearly two inches taller
than their ancestors.
Butter and bacon are declared by a
medical writer to be thc most nourishing
of all foods. »
"I suppose that the pastor of your
church is faithful to his religious convictions."
"You might call it that, I suppose. He
was found guilty of heresy at a church
trial."—Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period.
Brazil produces half the world's rubber.
DROPS
For 30 Days You Can Try It for 2S Cents.
RHEUMATISM 42 YEARS!
GOBID BT
Spent Hundreds of Dollars Trying to Get
Well, but all In Vain, Used "6 DROPS" for
Two Months and Is Now Completely Cured*
Thousands of Grateful Letters Received
of Which the Following are Samples:
-RINS.E--, IOWA, NOV. 17, UOT.
  To the SWANSOM RHEUMATIC C0KK CO., Chicairo, III.: Gtt*sT*L«.
ITfianC MAaK.I men -I will Mate that I had the Itltvulnat wn over U years. Spent over
MOO.nP In tryinfr to get well, but sll In vain, until my brother-in-law gave me one buttle ot "t
DROPS" on trisl last June. I BMd it for two mouths, anil I am now a well man. I cer tain lv beilev*
It ts all you cisim lor It, and tally worth the money to anyone. I hone, the public will ben*-l
by my statement of my own ca-u.', and anyone wishing to write me will receive an answer.
K. WHITTAMOTH.
CRUTCHES DESTROYED AFTER ONE BOTTLE.
RKGENT, IU,., NOV. 12, 1897.
SWAS90**» RHEI'MATIC CURE OQ., 167 Dearborn St., Chioairo, 111.: siss-My wife ha* be*-
•a-erin* two years witli Rheumatism. She could not get about at all. She has nsed about on*
bottle of "i DROPS," andean DOW go about without crutches. I never have found anything
that did her so muc°i good, aud I hope tu be able to continue thc treatment until she ls entirely
well JAMES WILLIAMS.
Ai a positive cure for Rheumatism. Hr-UUoa, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia. Backache, Asth-
—la, llu, Fever, Catarrh. Sleeples.iioss, Nervousness, Nervous and Neural_lo Headaches, lleiirt Weakness, Toothache, Karaolie, Croup, Swelling, La Grippe, Malaria,
Craeplng Numbness, etc., etc.
"FIVE DROPS" hi* nam been equaled
"t nPnpt" taken but once a day >s a dose of this ureal remedy and to enable all suflkrsn t*>
O Unuro make* trial <>r lt» wonderful ouratlveproiwrtli s. wswill send out during the Mil thirty
days. 100,00') Mui|ile bottle*-, tto each, prepaid by mall. Kven a sample bottlo will convince you of it*
met its Rest ana elieapes-i medial ne 00 earth. Ijjrire bottles v.iiu do***) tl.oo for 30 days s bottlss fo*
11 .vi. Sold only by us and onr agents. Agents wanted in new territory. Write us today.
SVtANSON KIIKI Ullic it UK CO.,  IilT-KIW Dearborn St.. CHICAGO, ILL.
ALABASTINE
WHAT    \1.VH\MIM*   IH.
WHAT "Is VI .siiMIM •.•*" AUK.
I
OHVRCBM    AMI   SCMOOI.HOl SKS.  '. HKJKC-T THE "JIST  AS GOOD.
Alnt-nsttne in the nrlulniil nnd only duraMr
wnll coatlnt! on the msrket. It Is entirely different from all knlsotnlne tireparntlons. Als-
linstlne Is made rendy fur use In whits nr
twelve beautiful tints by the s.idltlon of cold
water,   lt Is put tin in dry nowdored form,  In
Kslnnmlnes are chenp snd temporary prep- The Interior walls of Chun-ties, schonlhousps . The dealer who tells yflti thnt he con sell you
nratlons. manufactured from whltln-r, chnlks, ; ind nil publh) hallx should never ta BMMd Hi" "same . ns" as Attbastln* or "something
clays, etc. They nre sttiek on ths walls with i w'IOi anj thing hut Ihe diiralib- nnd pure Ala- [ jiiet as good," either lv not posted or Is trying
decaying animal glue. Alahsstlne Is not * : bnstlne. So evident hns this filet become, Hint to decaW* you. In otferlnK something he haa
kalaotnlne    lt   Is   a   rock-base   cement    which    hundreds of  tons  nre   ueed  annually   for  this   bought cheap and Is trying to sell on Alabns-
It  cnii Ik*  re-    work.   The   genuine   A.l*b**tltU   does  not   ruh i fine's demand*, ho mny not realize the danger
>r   milk  off       It   l«  cleitnlv   during   the   Ions , '•'  hlmwir  us well as  lo  you.    ltaware of  all
aets, and It harden* with ai
nve-pounJ packages, with full directions nn ', coaled nnd redecorated without having to ■ ''J,,.,'^)"'*,, "[,'„ hMmMtam* "''''ivvery'Twne'r 0f "„ ! low subsVltutes.'"iH-nTcrs" rl»k'a Wt"'for"dam'
etc-y I'iK-kiige. lt tnkei the pl»ce of selling wash and sot-upe off Its old coats. Beware i i.ullillng |_OUM IIM It Ank ymir paint dealer ' "«'" BJ selling i nd Oon*um*r* by using an Ir •
kalsoriilne* wall psper and paint for walls . ol n Inrge f lur-pound package of light kalso- or ,|rugKi»t f,„- card of tints, und write for free fr!nj**r_*nt, Alobastltiu Co. own the right to
'ili'-j-tiiifV-.n be used on plsster, brick, wood | mine,   sold   to   dealors   for   four   pounds   »nd   copy  of  our   paper.   AI_****»tlo»   Era.   to   Ala- , '"eke and  sell  wall U-.l-g*  adapted  to  ml*
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JUST A MOMENT!
7?to& Wm.Hu»te>rOo.,
■1 ll    mn «' ''   '
"y\^e are now agents for
THE RAYMOND
•- ;&/__rg- co-ac-pa-a-ys
Sewing Machines
Just Arrived *
WE SELL AT THE  MANUFAO-
TUBER'S PRIOES, WITH THE
FREIGHT ADDED.   CALL AND
SEE THE MACHINES.
*»*W**¥**M|lA>^^***^**W^*
B_-_ TXlftCt- MABK
IH THIS SQUARI   KRANS
rMMMKWfjil
THAT   YOUK   SpaSC-IP-
TltW It DOC  AMD THAT Jp(-0t-BW*-e«-4
THS -DITOE  IB ANXIOUS TO   WWII*   A M
ceipt roa YOU.
LABODCHEi '8   RETORT    10
RUDY-UD KIPLING.
AMD A SMALT,
SHIPMENT HAS
COPPER ORE
DRY ORE
LEAD  ORE
Parelpwl and Pijwmt Hide is Soon After the 'Receipt of Ore [u
SupfeCufe Autj(4.
QteMRffls fiiwa Wm Receipt of Sanpies.
THE HALL MINES LIMITED,
NELSON     .       .     B. C.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT-
NOTICE:—   "Ooltoa" Mineral Claim;
•situate in tbe Slocan City Mining Div
ii ion of West Kootenay District.
Where located:—At the head  of the
North Fork of .Lemon Creek.
Take notice that I, J. M. McGregor, acting M arrant for J, A. Pinch, Free Miners Certificate No. 1674a and E.J. Dyer.
Free Miner's Certificate No, 6561a, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining * Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action
under Motion 87, must be commenced
boforo the issuance of sach Certificate of
Improvement-.
Dated this twentieth day of January
1899.
J. M. McGb-oob.
2811199.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE *,-"M*teor" and "Ottawa No
6" Mineral Claims, situate in the Slocan
City Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located :—Cn tbe
divide between Springer Creek and
the north fork of Lemon Creek.
Take notice that I, J. M. McGregor
noting aa agent for J. A, Finch, Free
Minor'* Certificate   No. 1674a;   E. J.
8yer, 5561a. W. M. Shaw, 5562a, and
harlee. Sweeney, 9696a, intend sixty
days from the date hereof.to apply to
tbe Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
i claims.
And farther take notice tha action under nection 87, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this twentieth day ot January
J890.
J, M. McGregor.
2811109.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
Notiok:—"Oka" Mineral Claim, situate in the Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay District. Where located :—On the Galena Farm, south of the
"Stevenson" Mineral Claim.
Take notice that I, Francis J. O'Reilly
of Silverton. B. C, as agent for F. O. Bent
Free Miner's Certificate No, 6716, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, tor the purpose of ob
taining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And farther take notice that action,
nndr fraction 07, most be commenced
before tbe issuance of sucb Certificate
Of Improvements,
Dated tbis 7th day of November, 1898
FiAiscrs J. O'Reilly.
19(11190
NOTICE.
ACT, 1007.
NOTICE is hereby given tbat the Head
Office of tbe "GALENA MINES, LIMITED" is now sit-ate in tbe Town o
Silverton and Evan Frank Lloyd of the
gold Town hue been appointed the Attorney for the Company in place ot Percy
W. Evans of the City of Vancouver, B.0.
P*ted this 4th. da; of Fehraary, 1899
8. T. Woonoif
,»tW(-P 1^p*
Syrup of
HOREHOUN
and TOLU.
will cure a  cold,
however bad.t
25c and 50c '
a bottle. - - - -
Henry Lab -ichere.inTrnth. replies
a parody to Rtidyard[ Kipling's »oem
"The White -Liu's Bttiden." It is a*
follows: ' '    *
file on the brown man's bnrden '"
To gratifv your greed; .
Go c'ear away the "iiingers"
Who progress would impede;
Be very stern, for truly    .
"Tie useless to be mild
With new-caught, sullen peoples,
Half devil and half child.
Pile on the hrown man's burden, ■,*.
And if ye to use his hate,
Meet his old-fas I lioned reasons
With Maxims up-to-date:
With shells anil dumdum bullets,
A hundred times make plain
Tbe brown man's loss mnst ever
Imply tbe white man's gain.
Pile on the brown nun's bnrden
Compel bio. to be free;
Let all your manifestoes
Reek with philanthropy,
And if with heathen folly
He dares your will ilie put*,
Then in the name of freedom
Don't hesitate to shoot.
Pile on the brown man's bnrden,
And if his cry be sore,
Tliat surely need not irk von,
Ve've driven slaves before:
Seise on hi* ports and pastures,
Tbe fields his people tread;
Go, make from them your living,
And mark them with his dead.
Pile on the brown man's burden,
Nor do uot deem it hard
If you should earn the rancor
Of thorns ye yearn to guard;
Tbe "creaming of your Eagle  .,
Will drown the victim's sob-
Go on through fire and slaughter,
There's dollars in the job.
Pile on the brown man's bnrden,
And through the world proclaim'
That ye are freedom's agents—
There's no more paying game.
And should your own past bist-rv
Straight in your teeth be thrown.
Retort that independent**
is good for whites alone.
Pile on the hrown man's burden,
With equity have done.
Weak, antiquated scruples
Their squeamish course have run;
And though 'lis f reodom's banner
You're waving ih the van.
Reserve for home consnmt-tion
The sacral "Rights ot Man.!'
And if, by dunce, yVT-.tev
Or fag along the course;
II, as the blood flows freely,
Ye feel some slight remorse.
Hie ye to Rudyard Kipling,
Imperialism's prop.
And bid him fur your comfort
Turn on his J ingo stop.
abandonment has been- doubled} Some I
restriction* have been placed   upon
the mine owner, with regard   to  tbe
storing nnd thawing out of explosives
and a few regulation* in teaati to the
ventilation of minis aud the tafety of
miners, whieh had "better been left to
the discretion of  a  competent   mine
inspector,   Thaw •»• f" J>W*I » »P«
radical   Placer Mining   Amendment,
haying a   strong   a'nti-atitm    clause,
prohibiting then  from•- engaging in
that industry.   This   act   although
meeting' with   the approval  of the
miners working in th* Cities of Vancouver and Victoria, hat-been strongly
condemned by both tbe   miner*   and
press of the Kootenays, where* ninety
por cent of th* mining of the Provinoe
is carriedon.
I
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F IN QUEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
OR ENTERTAINMENT,' .GO TO THE
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THE BAR IS FURNISHED   WITH  THR
BEPT  OF LIQUORS AND  CIGARS.
CENTRALLY: LOCATED   ON   LAKE AVE.
ON  THR  SUNNY   SIDE.
1 SILVEITON,
, ,v.
B.C.
**
EMS
DISCOURAGING
FOR SALE AT THE	
SILVERTON DRUGSTORE
B.C.
FULL
:•: line
0_- Fenoy
and
Staple
GROCERIES
CANNED   GOODS   -    -'  -  -
-   - -   PRESERVED FRUIT
MESH   BREAD    DAILY.
MATHESON'8   BAKERY.
NEW DENVER
B. C.
NOTICE.
"THE GALENA MINES LIMITED."
NOTICE is hereby given that the Creditors of the above named Company are
reqnired on or before the first dsy of
April next to vend their names and addresses and the particular* of their debts
or cluims and the name* and addresses
of their Solicitors (if any) to Evan Frank
Lloyd of Silverton, Br.tieh Columbia, the
Agent of Mr. Edmund Heiseh of 20
Tbreadneedle Street, London E. C. the
Liquidator of tbe said Company and if so
required by notice in writing from the
said Evan Frank Lloyd are by their
Solicitors to com* in aod prove their said
debt or claims at such time and place a*
shall be specified ia snob notice or in
default thereof they will be excluded
from the benefit of any distribution made
before mieh debts are proved.
Dated thia 14th d*y of January 1890,
Asbc-st Moras Omar & Oo.
Solicitor* to tbe Liquidator.
17 Tbrogmorton Avenue,
388 8 88 i 88 Hi g He 88888888
EDITORIAL OimWIM
88888888888888888i888|8«>8
The comparison mad* by our
esteemed contemporary, the I New
Denver Ledge, between the Bosun and
Wakefield Mines, in thi* district, ia
more than misleading. Th*) Wakefield
Mines, has been thoroughly and
systematically opened up and bas
thousand* of ton* of both concentrating
and shipping ore blocked ont in the
mine and are preparing to ewct a
tramway and concentrator. | The
Boson ou the other hand, although a
fine prospect and tbe making of a
mine, is systematically gutted of ore
and has no reserve body blocked out
A comparison between these two
properties is ridiculous. As tbe Ledge
say* "comparison* are odious."
Tho act* of tin present local legislature, both while in opposition aiid
since securing porter, hare been discouraging in the extreme to the press
of the   Province.   British Columbia
has been complimented and has prided
itself on tho number and excellence of
the newspapers  published within  it*
border*,  Much of the present advanc*
ment of the. Province ia  due  to  its
newspaper*.   Thi* admit* of no contradiction.    It would seem therefore,
that th* government ef the  Province
would endeavor,  in a legitimate way
to encourage the newspapers.   On the
other band what is their record of the
last two seetions at Victoria.   In the
last session in which ths present Government held the opposition  benches
wo find them springing an amendment
to the Mineral  Act,   by which   the
advertising of two or mora claims fur
Certificate of Improvement*, could be
condensed    into  one notice.     Thus
doing away, with  on*  of the main
sources of revenue of the mining press,
and which amendment    was  never
asked for by tho miner*.
After securing p-wtr, they were
asked that.-, sopne easy method of
advertising out a defaulting . j-owr.er
should be introduced. This would
have lH-.ner.u4 the prospectors and
iucidentolly helped .the newspaper*.
The Mining Committee however, in
their report, which was acted upon,
gaye the mining press another set-back.
. Not content with these measures,
towards the clow of the Session they
•Ot off another souroe of revenue f rom
the pre**, hy an alteration in the
Licence Act
Why should the present Govern
ment have any friends in the racks of
the provincial press! Thty ignore the
press, subscrib* foe no papers • and
rather than submit to their criticisms
tbey send out circular* from the
Provincial 8-eoretary's office, asking
tbat no copje* be mailed to any
government office,
Wilson Hotel
Teeter  Bros;' j %," - Props
Headquarters For fung JM (mmnim im,
. .'   ,". '.';■ >   M
Kverytlfliig first-eta h All tespwt*.
:I.M
♦•♦♦♦♦♦
♦♦♦♦♦
'•♦♦♦♦'
SLOOAN   CITY,
&   O
—i-
_Mte.D©r_.ald.*e X4.v©X3r
1 _
GOOD 8ADDLE AND PACK  HORSES   FOR  HIRE   AT   REASONABLE
KATES A UENrRAL FREIGHT AND TRANSFER BUSINESS DONE.
Outside Parties Desiring Hone* in Silverton
Can Have Them Reserved By Writing To~
t •:   t        t        t        ti       t        t
A. P. MtBONALD,
SILVERTON. --B
-_SSSSwSsraSas-nS--B
c.
DONT THINK
-THAT BEfAUSE YOC UVE IS-*
-THE WILD AND WOOLY WE8T-
-THAT ANY OLD THING W ILL DO-
-I GARRY THE VERY BEST IH GENTS' FURNISHIBGH AND DRY
GOODS, BUT NONE TOO GOOD FOB MY CUSTOMERS.—
-COME) AIV-D ftEE-
CHANGE8 IN MINING LAWS.
Tbe prorogation of tbe Legislature
on Febnrary 28th. last, will giv* the
tcia.T and prospector a chance to study
the Mineral Act, with it* various
amendment*. Those amendment*,
although numerous, are non* of them
very radical ia their character, with
the exception of the placer amendment, and affect tbe mining industry
of the Kootenays very little. Among
the many amendment* passed by onr
Legislature during tho session there
is not one tbat was asked for by tho
prospector* or miners of tiie Kootenays
and those asked for aud considered of
vital importance to the mining ir -iustry
such as, advertising cot a delinquent
co-owner, the running out of all
claims, not represented, at tha same
time, the giving of sur/aco right* to
the patentee of a Crown Grant,
were never discussed in the House.
These obanges were naked for by tha
mining element of the Kootenay* and
io there place they were granted
amendment* to the affect
miner's Hoot ces would
MINING, RECORDS.
Followini ia a complete list of ilie
raining transact ions recorded during th*
week forth* Slocan Mining Division: ■
XIW D*1|-_B—LOC ATIOKS
Feb K-Cove, New Danver, F E Ding*
man.
Feb24-Nicke», aame, W L Callahan,
ASSISS-ENTS.
Feb laVChiaf, Denver.
Feb 17—Etter. St Keverne, Burling-
ton-Frartion, Burlington No 3 two yeaisi
Ashland, Pauline <i.
Feb 18-R D Fraction, BidgOod.
ISeba-Vktor, _ i
Feb .-J-Spokane.
CKSTiriCATES 01 nmOVXMBNTS.
Feb 18-Th* Bon, to Wakefield Minei,
Ltd.
Febl7-Exter, 8t Keverne, Dominion, Felix, i>_yiie>raction, to 8t Reverse
Mining Co.
Carrie, to L W Bernes*. - I
Feb 18-Belt to Argo Mint*.
, _*?_ ■>•_ -wl-Good Day Fraction lo
John Bough. J
TRAKSFIBS.
Feblft-Bldfood ti David dark to
Thomas Jenkins Jr, Feb IT.
Hnowdon X, W C Davi* to I Doolan,
Feb 14
_s_.*b_a?7P^-m,,!*r-J<' T Hender*on
fo Fredrick Hwanell, Jan IH.
Fe-W«^.Ja* Black to Daniel Casgrlff,
Feb27-Diire^Pijurof attornay.
Perry Altaffar to Chaa MeNichol, Aug 31
HUM* _Mil_i__-l
D".w*7 •'*•» PJrrJ, A'tafler hy his attorney In fact to Thos Avlson. Feb 27.
Havana %, Chas McNichot to Thomss
Avison, Feb27, |300.     ,.■
Ross Thorburn,
■*
B. C.
if* at.    ..; *n.
BOYS
WRITE   BOMB  TO
MOTHER
18 ONLY
b_V_©     -P-EOWTKY
AND   FOR  THE   PEN,   Un.
AND PAPER COME TO AE.
THE POSTAGE NOW
....   ■ fm j&
I CARRY A COMPLETE LINE
a*****'*!**-****
JIM.. McINTOSH]
# SILVEKfON.     B.
C
Ji G. GORDON,
mm, mi estate, cosmiMm
NOTARY PUBLIC.     '.' '
SILVERTON,       -     -      -     B. C
FOR A GOOD PWR OF
go to the
SILVERTON   DRUG
STORE
Shiloh's Cunsumption Cnre core
where others fail. It I* the leading
Cong.li Cure, and no home ahould be
without it. Pleaaant to take aad goes
right to tbe spot.   Sold at
Dyspepsia  Cured.  Shiloh's Vitalirer
minedintely   relieves   Sour   Stomach,
ConiiiiK np ol Fcuid Distresses, and lath*
ureat kidney and liver remedy. Sold hy
The Silverton Dm* Store t
PAC5l_E^_tQ
RAs-PUrWAY
lh» S00 Line
7*%%* OVERLAND RdUTfe
EaSt^^ West
*fi ' *.**'»$'.» * 1 '""".''■":
OPHRATING
TH*O*0« r»8T~€LAS« A TOPWtr
QUTqfL5_S-;
n?EWK_T CHANGES,
sj-
tfootr   SERVICE,
. •• ' ' tin '.'■■   '      1
LOV.ESI.RAlt-?.
ti.
•f
•Mrro Isawap Aire Ba-oao* J
r-r- C«a«bo to DaaTWAitoit. ->—
■* ' "    ■•■ .   • * ■-.  ..
OONNEOTIONa
(excepting Sunday)
R«*l.Ukea_d Mai. Un* Point*.
«.«—leave---8i_v«_Toi(—arrive—16^»|
Nslsoar- Trail.   Rosslaad^ de.   .
10.15—ieave-Sav«Rio.N-arriv*—13.S6
Ascertain ^BMQt   'tit**' _nd full |D
formation by addrs-sing  aaareat lor* I
^^*M1^^^ eP '  ■■• ** * * * i ,•>*>•••'•••••*.«■•» fe • • e
'W. 8. Clark, AgMt, Siivartoa-
t W. F. ANDERSON,
Tray. Pass. Agent, Naleoa.
:;.r   X.3. COY/LE.
Dist. Pas*. Af«t, Vancouver I
VICTORIA
THE LATEST MINING NEWS
tbat all I WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND IN
*immm^iWl**wi'■■ bw-ttjULo'   '|m,oe»'■ H«"°" would expire on tho *"|don'i
What Dr. A. E. Halter Says.
Buffalo. N.Y.—Gent*:—From my pas*-
sonal knowletlg*, gained in observing
the effect of your Shiloh's Cnre In case*
of advanced Consumption, I am prepared to say It is the most remarkable
Remedy that has ever been brought to
my "ttention. It hss certainly' s-tvOd
many from consumption.   Sold at
The Silveiton Drug Store, t
Stop that Cookh! Take warning. I
may leal tConmimption. A 25c bottle,
nf Shiloli'e Cure msv save your Uie
Sold at Tbe Silverton Drug Store.      t
For Constipation lake Karl's Clover,
Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier Onr**'
Headache, Nervousness, Emotion* of
the face, and makes the head aa clear aa
aliell.   Sold at
The Silverton Drug Store, t
JAMES BOWES    -  -  -  -    PROP.
■    -.
.^EVERYTHING   NEW,   NEAT,
AND CLEAN.    FINEST APPOINTED HOUSE lit
THE KOOTENAYS.
i*iiii.i.'
l-rifftm-ftr mmmt tm
SILVERTON
B.C.
Karl'a Clover Root Tea. for Constipation it's the best and if after mi.og it <re«
I don't say so, return the package And gat
"• vsvi»ii.:^t?->^ev. cyttt-t&*--**»mmet-.<^Wtr*wWt)r'>
- Thr Bi I vertoo-Dr^gBtemi**)'
CHAS, A. WATERMAN k 00.
AuCTIOW-KKfl,  CU8T0M8 i 15h0KKHS,
And G-Xirai. Rbal Estat* Aatitn,
i* s.*i«r niwk   - -
NELSON,  B, 0.
-HAera*-
J.M.iMcGREGOR,
PLOV1NCIAL   LAND
SURVEYOR
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