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Reliable
And Up To Date
Mining News
VOLUME THREE.
*"'VEKT0N* BWTISIf COLUMBIA, SAllRDAV,  NOVEM
MINE AND
PROSPECT
mm ib iocal sews of the
our am viiismr.
DOUBLE THE TAX.
The Rossland Record announces th.tt
the Stalin Government have become
,|rnl ol the inactivity around the Pecan
mines and propo-.s to di.ut.le ihe
miuersl tax to make up the d-fleii caused
by tli« "m"11 -blpmeuUfrom this seel ion.
This, tlie Record aays, will be hard ou
tho Ro. sUnd minea, which are working
lull time. Secretary Tolmle ia now in
Bosslsnd trying to eecute the cooperation ol the Roeeland mine owners, with
but little it any success.
NUMBER  22
W-liMBMEi. AH.: WAOT TO
A telegram bus been received by T«I SavgWOHUl. from the Secret.,,j
of tbe Sandon Miners' Union stating that there ia abiolutely no foundation
for the report, circulated this week, to tbe tffeot tbat the Miners' Union
and the Silver-Lead Mines' Association had had a conference .nd settled
their diffUlt.es. h is possible, in fact probable, that ar. early ,*ttl -
ment wiil be made hot at present the loi k -ont-str.ke is still ,„ torn
in the 8I0.-B and workingmen are requested to S(sy <_w.f fro,u there
until  iiotifioation  is tent oat by  tbe Miners'  Union.
RAIN   AND   ROADS.
Tbo ron.inua' rain, with which the
Slocsn has been favored daring tbe past
month, haa done considerable damage to
the wagon roi-ds in title vicinty, causing
serious wash-ants and bad brooks In -overs! plica*. On tbo Istelv-boilt nod to
tho Kmily Fdith mine a large amount of
rebuilding haa been necessitated and on
the Lake-shore road conaideiablc work
will have to be done before It will be
.wmi oafe for travel. Along tlie Bilver
creek road, tbo main thorough fare of
Oils camp, over wblcb a large amount of
heavy freighting la continually being
.lone, a gang ol men boa neen empi >yed
k«.|-ing it iu shape for tbe freighters.
SEATTLE SUPPLY 8TOPPED.
A. J. McDonald, wli- bee been In
{.settle repreeantiag tbe Miners' Unions
of the Slocan, gajri that no more men
will be Imported Irom there, ss tbe workingmen of Seattle now know tbe condition rfth.ngs here. The 8-L Mines Ae"
eocislion lir.d reprcecnted, he says, to
• .'if employment agencies that there waa
.1 great scarcity of miners in the Slocan.
Mr. McDonald took the trouble to correct this report before leaving Ior borne
• Vi.ilc in tbe Sound City, he waa arrested
for distributing dodgers on tbe streets
without a city license. This little incident was a (actor ln advertising hie mis-
ii-n in the city.
In the face of the tun nel being driven
on the Queen Fraction claim is a six
inch streak of high grade galena ore.
The Bucon company is doing considerable outside work on their unpatented claims preparatory to making
application (or Crown Grants for them.
Daring the shut-down the Vancouver
mine haa uot only been kept up in ahape,
but many little improvements have beeu
added and it ia in a position to start up
at any lime.
Tbe Noonday mine of th's place Um
shipped 10 tout, of ore during the week
lo the Nelaon smelter This brings ihe
total shipments of ore (or ibis year from
this mine up to 580 tons.
The bunkl-oure* at the Wakefield
mine are to be added to m> as to give
accommodations to a much lar«sr foiee,
Hill Bros, delivered during (tic week
20,000 feet of lumber which is to be u_ ed
for thin purpose.
The force of experts employed hy
White, Rog> rs k Co, who are building
tbo Wakefield concentrator, waa ad.l-d
to daring the week by the arrival ol Mr.
KriUt-r of San Francisco, who ia mi
expert electrician and me chanical engineer.
Tlili week sees tbe B 1.110, the Wakefield and the Nwiiday tied in the anion -t
of this yesr's shipments tl ore The
new property, tbe Noonday, jttiriilaaa to
aoon break the tie and bile fair in keep
well ahead of Ibe older shippers in lh:
future.
A TALK ON FORMATIONS,
fty Prel.  Arthur Lakes.
Neil O'Donuel made a ou-duess trip tn
Nelson during the week.
W. J. Twiss, the hglitining in*-urer of
Kuslo, wa. i>. loan on fuc--il.iv.
Mr. and .lira. B.neduiu t-xpei'l to Bote
into their handsome ne.v voltage *_H*i't
week.
Mra Daigle ol Ui_-__.-l.tn.! Is Spsndlng 11
lew da..* ii-re wito lur sou, Mr. S. I'.ti-
aie oi Siit*_rtoo-
.ilia O'Donuel, ot Sandon, Is spending
a lew days in town visiting iiei tiiyihu
Neil O'D'iiutl.
The liimiici famine m the Buundaiy
ivUll'-V |_   ruUrd lig   Um   _JUIi'1-.-ll.JU   u,
ill" .till. Hunter tJu's 1'il 'Bull fctoie.
_Nor* is tin', time for uie i.nlie.t lo make
ill-irplai,*. (or Hie Xmas ciiivititiiiiiiciit.
Are weU'ii'A to have a CbrlstuM nee
tnis tear?
Ihe enow lute i* cr Oping iluap tne
lulls   ai.,1   SO.U1   U10  I't-.uiiui  will  oe
tosaiilg ...'1.U..1I ul. Ilie -.hovel., ul ulir* in
duatnuua cit.s.-na.
bevoial local iu uibcru ui ibd Oi*-
ir'ilort" Socii-ty are making hpplkattua
l_r a chaiit-i whli a view oi ug >i.u Ug a
lo-lijo it. *Siiv*>rio.*i.
O lr little temperance lecture:! did well
Mr 11 abort tint * hut jididng from the
■Totv in tli.1 ln.-t i.-t.-tii-* of the I/i.lgij we
fear tint ilie editor has been soiling lu.-t
little white ribbon.
A crowd of surveyors ii Ihe hills has
led to the report that the Kuslj k Sii can
Ruilivay aru locating s branch line to be
luillt to the Like thi. winter. It is only
ati'H'.-iion t.i Iiiiih when this company
ttiiliiuihl down to Slocan Lake and
uonipfte Willi the 0. P. ii. fur the freight
huaiues. of this district. Silverton ii the
objective point on the Like tor tiie li kti
hut it is hard to s.tV whether this line
will he buili this .t inter or n»i, although
it is s.ite to lay it will be built in the
near luture.
SCHOul.  OPENING.
N xt Thur..,lav evening ai 7:30 tie
ceremony nf o'letithg the m-iv fih. 0
hjuse nili cun,in.'ine. A concert, cn.*
fisting of gongs nml rediaiioin-, will laj
siven hy tiie children. ' ■" wheh thev
h.tvu i■!■• n practising for com.* lim ,
Refreshments \tiil he served niter ine
ooneert Acnrrtial invitation is exteu*
il'ttluall.    I'l a.c  uui. 111 her lhe hour
is 7:_u int a or ,s..:u
"CALEB JENKINS" WRITES   FKOM
NELSON.
J. W. BeniiOtigh. who is at pre en'
making a Uciuriug tour in the West, is
coi.trihutiiu a nerics ol letters to the
Toronto Satiiril.ty Niiih*, writing ua "Caleb Jcnklm^ of jlnklas Corners." He-e
are soiuaext ac:s (rom Ids last letter.
l.Rson. ior7
to the c idlt. r ol lhe Satierdy J-.le n._o.--
i-a|icr
liKEU      R
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   t    i Bin■*• Hi'i down at prcsint 11 ten Vo'i
Pete Sui.,.,U,oi Ibe lim   of   Si..not k | t.e*i* fit- ttnOO rile in '.lie ml-l »f»f« g''Id
U D.niicl, met Kiln an iit'.'i.iciit 01.
lueeday Iioa iho vtfeoutoi widen ho in
nursing a Oiok.'ti fl'.^ r.
At the present time,   although   sll   of I   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
our mines are supposed 'o bo slmt duvn. |    Djrixi •'aRVicB  *i:i l>^ held in fcil.er-
we find that  th-re  are   wer   li»   ini-n ; ll(U „, x  >u,.,Uy ,.utlli ^ M 7 d)   eun.
working at various pr -p nies » 'j lining
Silverton.   These figures *0 not  im In In
any prospnetora ami only l!io«" proitertles
tbat intend to work this nlnier.
During thn  shut   down,   the   und r-
une it -oi.iiuJ. Iii'vlitd to attend.—John
U Du.i.'.iu. l*ie-".ti r.un Miiiittig,
lb-- nil.*.non Drag f*lor  h-s reci Ivetl
a   enip ut'iit   of   iho   |.-llowillg    tuudaj
..III,. 1.1    . _"i   Imu ui k I'I'll,   .1   Ii,   ps,
ground workings of  the   Galena   Mh-eSi Swamp U>tt,   Spuugsa   au 1   I'enumes
bave been  thorougblv  overhauled at d ! An Ni w G o<ii t
pnt into first cla.s -tbspe. A (orce of] AM ^olU |n ,hj ,|ene!ry k. pairing
surveyors sre uow at woik on t'K'j ii„e, |,.(i at tin* Silveiton Dru^ S-(.r.>, «il
property snd it is more than likely lint, b. ,,,,„„,„,, iotW)ir.u.i l0 .|«(l,l. D.'vei
th_SDropertywillsoonresu.neoperati',nB. ;„ie ttHi.kll0A„ *v, |0.,„ jewde..    All ro-
F. C. Green, P. L 8. o( IfslwMl bl set- \ purs aie 01 ah.»x tkhh rjit oxi- vlah *
ing aa agent for tho Slocan Lake Gold
and Silver Mines. Limited, In applying
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GENERAL
MERCHANTS.
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T0   M_ J^1' BENEDUM.
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Silverton,       ^
B.C.
LAKEVIEW   HOTEL
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tgTTHIS HOTEL IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISHED,
THE BAR 18 SUPPLIED WITH BEST BRANDS OP
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
T*j.  X£.   32_!3=LO-^7-les.   ^ro-p.
Tbste ie often a prejudice amongst
miners in  favor  ol certain rocks and
lormations, and sgainit others.   Minera ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
who bavs worknd perhapa in  the great  for Cerlific.tes   o(   Improvement!   (or
Gomttook »»"* at Nevada or the Lead-  their HpiingerCreek groui., whicl^cnn-
ville mines ol Colorado, or the fissure
vo-in iu granite of the Old  World,  are
apt to look out tor  end  favor certain
rocks and 1 formations they find like
those tbey have heen accuatomed to.
Thus, aa Mr. Williams says; 'The
peculiar -porphyry ol the Comstock was
hunted up in other districts, but did not
provi meUUUenu. Solid granite waa
looked upon by others aa unfavorable,
generally, because locally some granite
above tbe gold belt ol California had
proved barren. Yeteome ol ear beet
veins srs in granite.
"Limestone was at one time * eery
unpopular rock and supposed only
1 -cully to produce lead, till the discoveries ol Lesdville, end Eureka, Nevada,
overturned the scale in ita favor."
It is not a particular rook or formation
but a combination oi circumstances,
that alone can make a rich mining
district.    	
As experience advances, geologists and
miners have proved that ore deposits
bave a much wider range than waa
■opposed. Formerly only the Aiohaean
granite series was supposed capable of
bearing ore deposits, because in the Old
World, tin, copper and lead came principally (rom fissure veins in thoee rucks,
Thsu deposita were found in Paleoaoic
series and supposed to ascend no higher.
But in the present day, and even In
Colo'ado, they are traceable even to tbe
Tertiary.
It is not the rock, nor the age, but a
combination ol circumstances, prlnci-
P»'ly heat and jm_tamorphiam, ^at mtty
make any rock oi any period au ore-
beariug one. And in prospecting in pew
regions It ia these  combinations rather
lll*u any particular rock that should be
'ooked (of,
slats ot the Tiger, Desdirood, Rl.iml,
Howard Fraction and Tik*er Fractioi
claims.
On the Hewett Gioup, which is being
developed under the umnaitement of
Ma]. A. 8. Reed, a strike ■>! high grade
galena and zinc ore has lately hen
made. This new strike was made in the
(scent the lower tunnel which is non
in 180 feel and roiMdaU of over a fo t ol
clesn ore. The Hewe't Is employing teu
minera and Is rapidly coming to tho
I dont as a developed property antl will uo
doubt figure on our shipping list tlii-
winter.
"■Jinnies Dicker**, tl.o author," *aas
the Mli j. cl at laat Weilne.-d 1) 's meeting ol il.e Liteiary So.- ciy. Mr-. Il.ii-
rdnniiead au inter, siing paper ou the
iile ol the author, lieadiug. nml selcc-
tions irom the sin hoi's woik. Here aho
given.
A STABBING AFFAIR AT TEN MILK
SLOCAN LAKE ORK SHIPMENTS.
The shipment   ol  ore   from   Slocan
Lake points, np to and including  the
present week, from Jan. 1, 1890.
From Bosun Landing. Tons.
Bosun  68)
From New Denver.                        Torn*
Marion 20
from Ten Mile.
Enterprise   080
From Slocan City. Tntm
Tamarac       20
Black i'rince 40
Clm-iiii'ii   18
From Silverton. Torn*
CoiiBtock    £0
" concentrates  100
Emily Edith 60
Fidelity     It
Noonday 580
Vancouver  . .820
Wekefiold 580
P-tmuel Long and .lame-. Kelly, two
heighten well known through the n—
can. had an engageim nl la-t W.-iIiies lay
at the Aylwin lintel, ..a 11 itumlt tst whloh
I/mg ia under lhe di-coi'a cure Willi a
knife noiinil in the l.rtii.xt, and Kelly i*>
in hidint.' in the Ten Mile woods, u Iugl«
tive Iran justice.
l_ong ami K**lly In I h.-en enuaged in
packing over tho Rntrrprlse ro.nl and
soold not agree over tbelf woik.   There
had been had Mood Ik tween the two for
-imu-tunc and Kelly,  who  has  an   tin—
rnvlalile reputation aa a qnarreler, had
often fliiirislii-d his knife to prove ii-
title ns "a had man."
On Wednesday lhe two met at Ayl-
win'a lintel at Ay if in and the qnarrtl
nx-oninicnepd. Kelly, as usual, produced his knife, n long-ldiuled j.t. k knile,
andaaonfflfl fur it-< poa-iesaloo began
ai tho beginning nl tlm light, Long re
tl-eiM"
K. 1.1 v llu* 1 all the K'vttney erane>snie
luikt-yfcltT-.it gitin • iii fortm.s nuien
I be-ground ami a lot of nthei fr'eiH thet
bain' qiiiu* no (gckey i« dij^in it »ut lor
em on dah'.v WaSIS. Ihii g-< rmini her..
i.t «.•!•' ah<* I with 11 ru«h thuy <lnnt no
noiiin ah ii' tlovn lo ji'tikina Corners
nil.I (.iil-.ir.-o Kinerilly
Mr Jferkina then irlla abont hin ti ip
from M itiefne Hat and the -iyhln Ihere
.Speaking ■>>. .nt ihe cit'l- being  i>lii|>ped
liesit--:  "We a*en Il.e enw ln\va hiinu-
in cm in  co-l the coinin.iiift  in a big
h'incli and tltay dun il slink i Lin tt-1 you
They wus sh'ppin fliura the day w« wna
than    th-y dniv iht'ti ul in a h|g pen
thn 1 hayed Put sum "I tln-m in a littel
pen und m ike on xt up a i'iclin> p'me
pnnctiiu em along with sticks and bndln
.-in in a h.iX ear on tlio trine and  bo om
til lhay not the hull ir.uie loded innstan
.ill them he.-(rt waicgoiu to calgary,   lhay
wns oold to an Iri-hmtn name ',f Pmldy
Il.ii •'.     hi- dun lhe blllrheiin f r the hull
ol briltish "'•iiiini y ft has got things fix'
*os«. i.ohud lv ells kin s< il  met-t in ilie
Ko'>t:iay k the   oonsekinae   is he hss
git-wad to tie a niillnalre tho ho baini
odii.it.d dlin 1 he i\ r.'ely dont no how •'.
-■pell -stit ; a aent.    tills  -.lions  it  halm
(«ler- 1-niiM to oli;o that gita there bo
lur is mii'-ey i» oonsaf' d."
Then Mr. /.-iikin.i gels in the moun-
laim snd Ji'ia the C.P 't. in regard, to
Mny die. tn hia pl_*a_io(. wny he w rit.-s:
"(Ine plsse Ilie Irano StOpt t.iuv wane 011-
|y I hnn.es, 1 »n-<a tavern A nith-r wna
ent lioi-lit luiildin yit f hay lole me
this is a iiwn the U p R owns A I. boom*
loglerall ita-wnth. It i» ■<■ "'** f*niait
town lit hay wus only n< me |-*'e',iel thuro"
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About Tbe Home.
RE.AIL STORES AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir, Kaslo, Sandon,
New Denver, Caseade City, Grand Forks, Sirdar
Midway and Greenwood.
..MAILORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
HEAD  OFFICE NELSON, B. 0.
"Ules'l its   on  Mm who   invented
sit ei'"   Hut greater blessings fall on
her w.in limit.» f bed.    A  chared
that lulls '.0 *li"-|>.
The way to make sleep a fnretastn ol
iln- lu-ave'i ihat Is within iiH.it lying d i« n
to pleasant tiii-ain*1, U fn'ly  ixpliiii'e'l  in
• Home Topics"    the   .-.ond   book ol
Uie (our  volumes presenteil   t>   taeh
««   ndvantage
There is money in this for you,
INFORMATION WILI. BE SUPPLIED YOU ON REQUEST CONCERNING THB
Ottif _ha Incundesoent Oc_s
Iy_^t_ap,   A. Gasoline Burner.
•il i re 1'n.iii'iiiii'iO tliaii 1.1. rim Light tr Coal Oil   ft
a
And Kilter IN liilbcr.
nsivedaaerlotu stab in the Jrea.t, but 1 new _ut«i-crilier   who ta
hei-retlir* m-n e.ni'it he separated he "!   Ibe ilnbbiog ..(Ter lor 1900 ..( Tbe
' 'Veeklv Glrtbe, whieh ha*' heen lor aver |
had given Kelly some well deserved i>un-
Isbtnent    The wounded man wai taken 155 yeni-. «rd is now,
nwMSM__MK
^1 Total 8018     ^^^
■'1*w*as»rm'*m4*r*>*\>*A*e.*^
.    The wounded man
to SliH-an City and his Injury ilreased bj
Dr. l'.lliott, who deseiibex the tut us a
>ii.iii*hi sii.li in I lie litrht breast, wh'.oh
nlthniiltli not ilnu-oiou-., shows that Kei-
ly'a inlontiniis were th™ worst. Look is
ranidly reinveiint; from hia wntind and
lhe K<« nt hi- ■ n( I lno'l and nny congrut-*
nlate hiinself at bin mu um eso.ipe.
„„ jv-.^^^^^^^^^Ciiiunlit's le.ulini!
fiiiiiiK newapaper, Irom now to Jiinniuy
I, 1001, Willi Tttl t-'lI.VKUTONlA*.,   re-juhtr
Ittbwrlptlon price alene ♦'.MX), lur $3-*i0
ami Marion Harland's latest hook
of Common Senae," (our volnniia.
Rita
S5ent
1.    To '»a0 advan-
Iree; ■■.■_ t.*Ki« pre|i*if .     .,
teme ol thin olubblnR rata  aubscribcra
m„g, puy cash iu advance.
J i ii-e in all tiie business houses and in many private residences iq
tUverton. Tdey pay for themselves in 10 weeks saving of coal oil.
"Jhey ate perfectly «afe, ewlly handled. No smell. No cleaning of
lamp glais»s. One fitling of Rasoline burna for H hours and cosU
15 cents. Ifaht equals 4 Rochesters. 8old under a guarantee ot
satisfaction. None in Silverton want their money back. Neither
will you when you invent    Drop •_ post card for prices. ....,..,
$B3k*p**tamw\**f****1^
. Addr. _s-JA8. I. McINTOSH,   AGENT.   SILVERTON, B. **\
y. 9,.  ritote tAt»Xto» TIE ei-V-iBTOiaAl- wh»n rsplylna.
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.fTrfS^w*^^ INSURGENTS ARE RETREATING.
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Oe-ert-la Lavrton and loan* Rapidly
Sweeping Ahead—Are Meeting
With Httrdshlpa—New* Of Gilmore
—Another Towa Tnken.
Manila, Nov. 2J.—Only very fragmentary reports reach Manila of the operations
north of here, which, when the whole story
is known, will prove to have been the
most remarkable campaign the Philippine
war has known.
Lawton's division is spread thinly over
the territory beyond San Jose, where the
telegraph communication ends.
Wing's two regiments oi cavalry are
continuing their rapid sweep into the new
country and the infantry ia being shoved
forward to hold the towns which the cavalry takes. All these movements are in
a country where the natural difficulties are
increased indescribably, by the tropical
rains, making rivers of the creeks and
swamps of the fields. Wagon transportation ia supposed to have been practically
abandoned. The American troops are living on the captured supplies and the lii%
produce which the insurgent levies have
left
Major Swigert's squadron of the Tnird
cavalry is reported to be engaging a greatly superior force at Pozorrupee, northeast
of Dagupan.
These troopa have fought three engagements and they are now holding their positions, awaiting reinforcements. It is be
lieved at headquarters that this force is
covering the retreat of'the insurgent lead
ers to the Binguct mountains; that the insurgents have planned to retreat northeast along tbe Tayug road, which is stocked with storehouses, three of which the
Americans have had to draw upon en
route; and that only the insurgents' advance force had passed Tayug before the
American occupation, the main body of
Aguinaldo's army being within our lines.
The majority of these insurgents may disorganise and pose as amigoa when the Americana overtake them.
Among the scraps of news obtainable
are stories of hardships with which the
American army is meeting. It is leport-
ed, for instance, that Lawton narrowly
escaped drowning while fording a river
when Lieut. Luna and two privates were
lost.
Admiral Watson hss received an additional credible report that Lieut. Gilmore
and five of the captured sailors of the
gunboat Yorktown were st Tarlac Nov.
10. Gilmore was living in the house of a
Filipino general.
Sailors of the gunboat Castine now oc-
oupy Zamboanga, on the southwest of the
island of Mindanao.
No Relief for I.nd>smith.
London, Nov. 20.—The latest news from
the seat of war in South Africa is from
one point of view favorable to the British,
showing that Kimberly is able to hold ils
own against the Boers, and that Estcourt
is in a position to beat back an attack
by the Boer   forces now facing it
On the other hand, the advices pay testimony to the ceaseless activity of the
burghers on tbe Free State frontier and
their determination to cut off relief fer
Ladysmith, and if possible to isoLite and
capture Estcourt, which is the nearest
town to Lady-smith still held by the British.
A number of small Boer commandos
from the east and west are converging on
Estcourt and the railroad just south of
that place. The Boers already aggregate
at least 2000, with a few guns, which they
evidently, from the entrenchments they
are throwing up, mean to mount on hills,
stopping sny advance north of Estcourt,
where General Hildyard is still commanding. Even with the strong relief column
now hurrying from Durban the British
will have a tough job to pierce the Boei
forces thrown across roads to Lidysmiih,
while crossing the Tugela river on pontoon bridges in the face of tbe Boer artillery and rifles fired from the northern ridges commanding the river, will probably
prove one of the pt itfest enterprises of
the war.
The full story of the armored tra'n disaster has brought into relief a number of
cases of Individual gallantry. Among
them is that of a crack rifle shot named
Caegenhead, who furnished the range at
three different points for the crew of the
train and kept firing until his trigger finger waa shot away.
Harvard-Yale Game.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 20—In a whirl
wind of excitement, simply heartbreaking in its intensity, the Harvard-Yale
game on Soldiers' Field Saturday ended
without a score. Yale had played Harvard to a standstill. Then Harvard rallied-to one of the grandest finishes ever
seen on the gridiron.an.l after a mis-e 1 try
at goal the immense crowd of people
swsrmed down from the seats to where
the players were oHeering their opp ment*.
The famous football game on the same
field in 1807 had been repeated, snd Yale,
by her superb defense, had held the much-
boasted Harvard attack.
WASHINGTON.
Numerous highway robberies are occurring In Walla Walla.
Oov. John R. Rogers haa Issued his
Thanksgiving proclamation.
Ooddard lost his second flght in four
rounds to Griffin at Spokane.
Medical Lake la just now Buffering
from a scarcity ot dwelling houses.
Wenatchee has been blessed abundantly the past two weeks with rain.
Frank Bayles, of North Yakima, raised a potato which weighs five pounds
seven ounces.
The Spokane District Ministerial Association will be In session November
21-23 at Cheney.
The Tacoma local Red Cross Society
has fe.l over 3,000 soldiers during the
past five months.
Baseball managers will meet this
week in Seattle to form the plana for
a new ball league.
The new bridge ordered by the last
legislature haa just been completed
over tho Methow at Tursp.
The Great Northern railroad has begun construction of a new line of railway through the Index mining district.
The work of putting in the water
system at Davenport ls progressing
slowly because of the scarcity of men.
Henry Halvorsen, a rancher from Anderson Island, near Tacoma, was robbed of his watch and f52 in cash last
week.
Recently Captain Walnwright shipped 100 head of cavalry horses from
Walla Walla to Seattle for use in the
Philippines.
The business men of Cllville have
signed a compact to the effect that they
will close their respective business
places on Sunday.
The state board of land commissioners has made a selection of 16,000 acres
ot indemnity land in townships 15 and
16 west, Chehalls county.
A postoffice has been established at
Cunningham, Adams county. Frederick Bernd has been commissioned postmaster at Pasco, .tad Wm. D. Gibbon at
Maple .alley.
The Washington Red Cedar Shingle
Manufacturers' Association feels that it
has sored a victory over the brokers
who made the recent cut of 15 cents per
thousand in the price of shingles.
John B. Heyburn of Spokane, a private in Company L, First Washington
voluntaars, is now first lieutenant of
the Forty-fourth United States Infantry Volunteers, and on hia way back
to the Philippines.
A nix-leased horse ls a native of the
Wilson creek country and is being taken to Seattle to be placed on exhibition.
The exiiu legs which this animal possessed came out on the inside of tbe
front legs, and were much shorter and
smaller than the others.
Governor Rogers has appointed the
following military officers members of
the examining board: Brigadier General J. D. Mclntyre, ex-officto, Seattle;
Brigadier General E. H. Fox, adjutant
general, Olympia; Colonel William A.
Shannon, ex-offlcio, Seattle; Major John
Y. Terry, Seattle.
The Northwestern Improvement
Company of Roslyn now have 1000 men
working In and around the mines, and
are putting on new men almost every
day. They can scarcely keep up with
tbe orders, three ships being turned
away Intely rather than keep them
waiting. Business in all lines Is fine,
and che town never has seen as rapid
growth as lt has thc past season.
Recently the culmination of a rather
extraordinary scheme among farmers
occurred at Dayton, in the filing of
lengthy articles of incorporation of a
new railroad line to make possible the
handling of a large amount of grain by
rail instead ot by wagon as has been
the custom in all the past. In other
words, the farmers of the vicinity now
propose to build a short line of railway
as all efforts to secure the line otherwise have failed.
SHIP AKRIVED IN SEW YORK.
She Was aa Ena.Ua- Boat From
Braall—One Man Died at Sea-Several Are Sick—Boat Will Not Be
Alio ..ed to Kntrr Port.
New York, Nov. 20.—The B.ili-h steamer J. W. Taylor, from Santos, is detained
at quarantine under suspicion of having
bubonic plague among the crew. One
man died at sea with very suspicious
symptoms, and Captain Waters and the
ship's cook are both sick. The Taylor
left Santos, Brazil, October 24, with a full
cargo of coffee and sailed direct for this
port. On November 1 ltobert Hope, ag_d
22 years, the steward, wus taken . ick and
died on the 7th. He was a native of England. Hope was in thc hospital at Santos for about two weeks suffering from
eruption, thought to be eczema. He sailed with the steamer, and after several
days at sea complained of pains iu his
head, legs and hack. He was put to bed
in an exhausted condition, and on the
second day developed fever. The captain treated him with such remedies as
the ship's medical chest afforded and
nursed him with care until he died. On
arriving at quarantine the case was reported to the health officers, and in view
of the fact tliat the captain and cook, who
were in constant contact with the sick
man, were both ailing the steamer is detained at quarantine for disinfection.
The disinfection steamer James W.
Wiitlsworth has been alongside the Taylor
since her arrival, disinfecting the officers
and crews and quarters and the clothing
and effects of the crew.
Dr. John B. Crosby, commissioner of
the city board of health, said:
"Under no circumstances will the ship
be allowed to enter port even after it has
been disinfected. The coffee will be allowed to be landed if the bags it is now
in will be burned and the coffee loaded in
bulk and then placed in new bags. I
believe that the roasting through which
the coffee must pass before it is used will
kill the germs. It is almost impossible
to disinfect a ship, and should there be
any danger of the spreading of the disease
1 would suggest the advisability of bunting the vessel, no matter what the cost
might be."
IEESE TICKS rBOM THE WISE.
IDAHO.
_. S. Whltcomb, an aged pioneer of
Lewiston section, was found dead ln
his cabin on Soldier Meadows.
An appointment in the census/office
nt Washington has been obtained by
Jess Hawley, son of J. H. Hawley .
A now electric railway will be installed nt Lewiston within sixty days.
It will cross the river and run to Vine-
land. , ,
It Is Intimated that the remaining
prisoners in the Wardner prison will
soon ba it leased on their own recognizance and the institution closed.
It Is understood the University of
Idaho football eleven will play the Lew-1 hlg"flag on the Chicago
The
1 Complete Review ot th* Event, tor
the Faat Week la Thia aad For-
•1KB Ln-ida-Stimmariaed From tlio
Lateat Olapatekea.
„, t
Senator Haywar* from Nebraska Is
not expected to live.
Rear Admiral Schley will soon hoist
in
Ttot, Km., Wiped Out.
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 16.—the town of
Troy, Kan., 10 miles west Of here, was
wiped out by fire. Seven business houses
were entirely consumed. The loss is estimated at from $60,000 to (100,000. Nearly
all of the buildings and the stocks were
partially insured.
Ber. Joaeph Hartwell Dead.
New York, Nov. 16.—The death is sn-
nounced at Binghnmton, N. Y„ of Rev.
Joseph Hartwell, founder of tbe Church
Extension Society of the Methodist chur.h.
He wss 83 years of age. The extension
society has expended 97,000,000 since its
organization.
Labor 1s the only.sucoe.Bful collector
of the living the world owes to man.
Bombarding Began.
Estcourt, Natal, Nov. 18. — The West
Yorkshire regiment has arrived here. The
bombardment of Ladysmith has been resumed. Heavy firing was heard early
this morning.
An armored train was sent out on a reconnaissance toward Colenso. The armored
train on its return reported that the Boers
had blown up the line between Colenso
and Chiveley. Not much damage wa9
done, but the rails were bent, and a small
culvert was destroyed. On seeing the
British patrols the Boeie retired.
.Every day lessens the chance for the
Boers coming farther south.
Kaffirs report that a force of 400 to 600
Boera, with wagons, is going in the direction of Colenso. This is said to be the
foraging party previously sighted.
Kaffirs also report that Gen. White's
cavalry has had an engagement with the
Boers, at Beater's Station. The result is
not known.
Forced to Kill a Deaerter.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 20.—Corporal Faire
and a private soldier of the Tenth infantry, pursuing two deserters from Fort
Crook overtook one of them, Samuel Morgan, At La Platte. He refused to halt
when ordered to do so and Faire and his
companion both fired. Morgan dropped
mortally wounded and died in a few minutes.
Death ot J. 11. Ha« well.
Albany, Nov. 10.—J. H. Haswell is dead
j.t his home in this. city». aged 68. years.
For 34 years he was a clerk in the state
department at Washington. For a number of yea h Mr. Haswell was in charge of
all the diplomatic 'correspondence, arranging it for presentation to congress. From
the memoranda furnished him, Mr. Haswell formulated the treaty for the acquisition of Alaska. He also had charge of all
the correspondence relative to the' Alabama claims,- _.**>
If wishing would only fulfill our desires—-but there's that troublesome "If"
again.
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MONTANA.
The cmall-pox scare has abated
Butte.
Billy FoeRchke of Libby killed a large
lynx the other day.
Last Wednesday the first of the new
trains went over the line to Pony.
An unknown man was found dead
near Combination, Granite county, last
week.
The crndltion of Marcus Daly, who
is in New York, is somewhat improved.
Cape Nome diggings will receive a
large number of Butte people next
spring.
Charles E. Sutton an attorney ot
Bozemau, committed suicide last week
by shooting himself.
Valeutine Rels, an old timer of Virginia City, is dead." He was over 80
years cf age. He was at one time
wealthy.
Nels Johnson, a miner, who was Injured last week at the SL Lawrence
mine, Butte, died from the effects of his
injuries.
Dominlck GlonnottI, thc young Italian, who accidentally shot himself at a
ranch In Brown's gulch ,dled from his
injuries.
A coi-pj of surveyors have arrived ln
Hamilton for the purpose of surveying
the extension of the Northern Pacific
from Orantsdale.
Sim Roberts, formerly sheriff ot
Sweet Grass county, was acquitted at
Big Timber of the charge of murdering
Nate Young at that town on August
23d last.
Nearly ten years after the death of
Judge Andrew J. Davis of Butte a new
claimant for his millions appears in
the person of Miss Mary G. Wilson, of
Chicago.
The Montana Society of Engineers
will ho'd its next annual session In
Bozemun on the first Saturday in January. W. H. Williams, Frank L. Slzer
and C. M. Thorp.
Governor Smith bas denied the application of William C. Brooks, the colored wifo murderer, who Is under sentence 0'' death at Billings, for commutation of sentence.
The announcement of the death of
James A. Browning of Co. L., which
occurred In Butte, will be received with
genuine iegret by the members of the
Montana regiment, with whom he was
a general favorite.
Gove.-nor Smith has been appointed
by President McKinley on the committee that will prepare for the celebration
at the rational capital next year of the
100th onniversary of the establishment
of the ■«-at of the national government
in tbe District of Columbia.
Kngland to Investigate Beer.
New York, Nov. 21.—A dispatch to the
Wor|d from London ssys: "There is every
Indication of a big scandal about meat
supplies to the troopships Bent to South
Africa."
The Indians of tbe Interior of Bolivia
wear shirts and hats made of the bark
of a tree which Is soaked in water to
soften tbe fibre, and then beaten it pliable.
It Is said farmers ln the neighborhood of Blnghamton, N. Y„ have formed a union, and adopted a label to be
attached tc  heir produce.
If a girl refuses an offer of marriage
and becomes a spinster, she may regret
It; jnd if she marries she may regret
it--so what can the poor girl doT
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iston eleven on Thanksgiving day
game wiU be played at Lewiston.
Congressman Wilf.on has left for
Washington. He does not expect to return to BoUe until next summer. He
has arranged for a residence in the national capital.
Clifford Riggs claims he ahot Charles
Maughmer in self-defense in a quarrel
in Rocky Canyon, about six miles from
Cottonwood. Three witnesses to the
affair say Riggs wns justified.
Governor Steunenberg has determined to lsuue a proclamation offering a
reward of |1000 for the apprehension
of Ed Boyce, one of the alleged ringleaders of the Wardner crlm .e
Gov. Steunenberg has received from
President McKinley a commission as a
member ot a committee to arrange for
tue celebration in Washington next
yenr of :he centennial anniversary of
the establishing of the seat of the national fcovernment ln the District of
Columbia.
The governor has Issued the following Thanksgiving pioclamation:
"While just hearts are ever grateful
for favors*, both spiritual and physical,
it is meet and proper that an occasion
of special prayer and thanksgiving to
Almighty God, to be respected throughout our common country, should be observed. By proper authority, Thursday, the 30t hday of November, A. D.,
1899, has been set apart as such day of
thanksgiving. Its observance, in spirit
and truth, throughout our state, ls earnestly enjoined."
Col. W. H. Dewey, and J. J. Rodgers
recently secured from the executors of
the estate owning the stock of the Rld-
enbaugh canal, at Boise, an option
which runs for a year. It has been
turned over by them to Mr. Oxnard, the
Nebraska beet-sugar man. The latter
contemplates putting in a large beet-
sugar plant in this valley. If he takes
up the option, he will secure 12,000
acres owned by the company, ln addition t9 tbe canal. Mr. Wetnrlcb, reported that the Boise valley was better
adapted to beet-sugar culture than any
other locality in the northwest, and on
the strength of this report, Mr. Oxnard tooa his option.
Idaho apples* have received recognition from a high source. A short time
ago Congressman Wilson sent some
Jonathans grown ln his orchard near
Beatty to G. G. Brackett, chief ot the
olvision of pomology of the department of agriculture. The congressman has received a letter from Mr.
Brackett ln which he says: "The
fruit came through in excellent order
and we have no hesitation tn pronouncing it as fine as we have ever received
of this variety. We regret very much
that we did not apply to you In time
for securing a few boxes ot this variety
for the Paris exposition. If picked
from tbe trees and properly handled
this variety would keep in cold storage
until the opening of the exposition.
We are anxious to secure some specimens of this variety and others from
your state." The lateness of the season makes it impossible to secure sucb
fruit as Mr. Wilson would prefer to
send to Paris, but If It Is possible the
Idaho apple will be represented there.
Its Illitb Record.
Washington, Nov. 21.—The f.neinn commerce of the United States seems likely
to make its highest record of the centmy
in the closing year of that period. The
October exports are larger than those nf
any preceding October, the total for tbe
10 months ending with October is greater
than the total for the corresponding period in any preceding year, and it ia apparent that for the first time in our history the foreign commerce of the year
will exceed two billion dollars. For the
10 months ending with October, 181)9, the
figuies of the treasury bureau of statistics
show the total exports to be $1,029,242,-
(MH),while in the corresponding months of
last they were $987,879,000.
Marconi System  a   t_o.ul  Oae.
Chicago, Nov. 21.—A special from
Washington says:
"The system Is adapted for use on all
vessels in the navy," is the finding of the
special board of navy officers that had
in charge the investigations of the Marconi wireless telegraphy.
The conclusions of the board and its
recommendation that the system be given
a trial in lhe navy were given out by Admiral Bradford, the chief executive of the
bureau of equipment under whose supervision the governmental teats on hoard
the New York and Massachusetts were
recently made.
I.not   ot  the  Voloateem.
San Francisco, Nov. 21.—The T.n ewce
regiment is to be mustered out Thursday,
and will immediately start east so tliat
the men may be at home in time for
Thanksgiving.
When a man get* so deeply In love
with himself that he begins to celebrate
his greatness he has reached the turn
In the lane.
A turkey hen belonging In Pleasant
Valley, Pa., which disappeared during
the summer, has returned with a brood
of two young turkeys and 10 quail.
More men die of Idleness
bard work.
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Bridegroom Admiral Dewey and
bride aro again located ln their Washington horae.
The thirty-first meeting of Knights of
Labor assembly was in progress in Boston last week.
A Canadian exhibitor carried off the
high jump blue ribbon at New York
horse show recently.
The rumor of friction between Russia and Jupan ls groundless. No international question exists between them.
The Northern Pacific has completed
arrangements for the transportation of
over 9,000 horses from central Washington points to St. Paul and eastern
points.
James J. Corbett bas challenged
James J. Jeffries to flght for the heavyweight championship ot the world.
Corbett deposited $5,000 to be covered
by Jeffries in any way he sees fit.
In the report of Gen. Miles, he compliments the gallantry of the troops
who fought equally well ln different
t'limeH, and recommends that the officers be recognized in the Increase of
war pay.
Nothing can be saved from tbe cruiser Charleston. She struck an uncharted coral reef ten mllea east ot Laam-
lguen island, and two hours after her
engines stopped the big warship was
totally deserted.
L. E. Densmore and J. A. Maxwell,
both prominent citizens ot Gallup, N.
M., fought a duel. One waa armeu with
a Winchester and the other a six-shooter. Maxwell was killed and Densmore
mortally wounded.
Four trunks with ghastly contents
were seized in St Louis, Mo., and an
undertaker of Memphis is under arrest,
and admits that he haa been selling
cadavers to medical colleges In his section of the country.
The whaling ship Mermaid came to
grief at Dutch Harbor. Off Fox Island
a tremendous sea stove in her sides,
necessitating the lowering of sheets to
prevent being swamped. The unlucky
craft was condemned.
Waverly factory will be producing
sugar In two weeks. Work of harvesting the sugar beets is progressing satisfactorily. Eighteen hundred acres
near the factory will produce from tour
to twelve tons per acre.
Police have a quartet of dangerous
men behind the bars ln New York. They
are Alonzo Whiteman, Frank Edmunds,
John Thompson and Robert Knox, who
have passed bogus drafts In nearly every large American city.
There are about 6000 people at Cape
Nome. Anvil City la the name of the
town. Next season there will be 20,000
or 25,000 people there. There are three
Laplanders there who have taken out
more than |600,000 In the laat three
months. They spend $1000 or more a
day.
Anton Pollak and Josef Vlerag, Inventors of tbe rapid sending and receiving automatic devices, which promise a revolution in telegraphy, are in
Chicago to make demonstrations of
their invention. Tbe first test will be
an attempt to send 600 words a minute
over a distance of 600 miles.
According to tbe annual report of
the paymaster general it costs $13,983,-
174 to maintain ln commission the
ships in active service In the navy last
year. For construction of such ships
and purchases of ready built ships f'.t,-
964,456 was expended, while $6,754,974
was absorbed ln repairs to ships.
Colonel J. Lawrence Kip Is dead.
American bankers are in control ln
Venezuela.
Friends of Admiral Schley may contribute funds lo buy a home If they
wish.
Sugar King Spreckels Is fearful of
Philippine competition.
Nelson, B. C, authorities want Capt
Walnwright for alleged forgeries.
Astronomers say the fireworks of the
heavens will occur next November.
At tho recent cabinet meeting (Inge's
bond buying scheme met with approval.
Consul Dudley of B. C, ordered to
Republic, Wash., to Investigate the kidnaping case.
Democrats In Kentucky object to
Louisville ballots and want to throw
out all the vote.
Russell Sage says Gage la benefactor
of the financial wmld and has saved ua
from a great panic.
Mlclmeil Rolllnger ,the wife murderer, wns dropped from the gallows ln
Chicago lust Friday.
D. F. Zent and his associates have
put a tops* or men to work this week on
the Coms'ook mine on Clugston creek,
near Colville, Wash.
General Lawton's official report on
the exped.tloii of Americans ln April, la
loud ln his praise of Major Welsenburg-
<•!• In the Santn Cruz flght.
Interstate commerce commission admits that stupendous Interests are Involved In the flght between the coast
wholesalers and morchants ln tbe Interior.
A destructive fire broke out at No. 16
Park Place, N. Y., occupied by the Unexcelled Fire Works Comrany, Boyd's
Fire Works Company and R. Blssell ft
Co.
After a hard flght by the citizens of
Magnolia, Ark., the   cotton   compress
and warehouse In which are stored 8000
bales of cotton and which waa serious*
-_ ... ly threatened by Are, was saved.
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than of
hambra near Wardner, Idaho, has been
Installed it has been found impossible
to run it any considerable length" of **'
time owing to a shortage ot -water tor
the boiler,
The bonds offered to the government '
at the sub-treasuries under Secretary
Gage's offer amounted to $2,341,350, as
follows: New York, $1,859,150; Philadelphia, $478,000, Cincinnati, $4,000*
Baltimore, $200.
E. J. Clark and his partners are preparing to work the Midnight near Mul-
Ian, Idaho, their claim, on which the
Mornini. Mining company recently cut
an ore chute which promises to rival
that ln the Sixteen to One.
Much mvystery surrounds the death
of Rev. .Ii'hhc Moore, the Methodist minister of Dexter, Mo., who was assaH-
lnated at his home near Py le, six miles
from Dexter. So far as known he had
no enemies.
Dwlgbt L. Moody, the evangelist,
Is suffering from an affection
of tho heart. He Is en route to
his home at Northfield, Mass., In care
ot a physician. It Is admitted that Mr.
Moody's condition Ib serious but not
critical.
Terry Mollovera Won.
Chicago, Nov. 20.—Terry McGovern en-
titlilisliftl a record Sutiiiday hy knocking
out two men in quick succession in the
same ring. The first victim of the champion featherweight was Patsy Haley of
llnll'iilii. who was counted out after a
minute and four seconds of fighting, and
Turkey Point Bill Smith of Philadelphia,
who went out after one minute iu the
third round, was the se.ond.
I-..n...I Head on the Pavement,
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 20.—A stranger
either fell or was thrown from a room in
the Baldwin hotel and was found dead on
the pavement. Joe Monroe, a gambler,
who is the last person seen with the dead
man, is now held in jail under suspicion.
The dead mun has been positively identified as Captain Anderson, master of a
schooner from S.ui Francisco, now loading
st Seattle.
Welcomed  to  England.
London, Nov. 21. — Emperor William
with the empress, their two sons snd a
large retinue, received a great welcome at
Portsmouth, on thc occasion of the'.r arrival for a week's atay in England. Business was generally suspended in the city,
and the decorations of flags snd bunting
were profuse.
The Ollada la Horned.
Cape Henry, Va., Ni v. 21.—The German
■.learner Oiinda passed in,.from Norfolk
at 7_.riO a. in., flying the signal: "1 am
nn tire." Tlie Olinda, under command of
(.'apt. Hanson, sailed from New York lale
Saturday night honnd for .l.il_m/a_ and
Cardenas.
llotindar;  l.lae Kited.
Chicago, Nov. 21.—A ape.'ial cable from
Yokohama says: The final act embodying .
the  delimitation  of  the frontier of  the
Kwang Chau Wan territory haa beensign-
ed by repre-entativea of France and Coins.
FaUe shirt fronts are tbe poor man's
bosom friends.
Kaslo & Slocan
TIME CARD.
Tralna Run on Pacific Standard Tims.
Leave. Arrlvs.
Oolng West. Dally. (loins Eait.
8:00s. m   Kaalo  !:__ p. m.
8:32 a. ni  South Fork  t:_0 p. in.
I.SO a. in  Hproult'a   2:36 p. m.
8:4. a. m  Whltewatsr  2:10 p. m.
.:__ a. m Bear Lake 1:00 p. an.
10:12 a. m  McQultan  I'M P- »•
10:25 A. ni   Bailey's   t:3t p. m.
10:31 a.m.... Cody Junctti n .... 1:23 p. m.
Arrive. Lsavs.
10:40 a. m Sandon  1:11 p. m.
CODY BRANCH.
Leave 11:00 a. m..Sandon..Arrlva 11:40 a. m.
Arrlva 11:1_ a. m...Cody...Leave 11:11 a. in.
O.  F.  COPKLAND,  Superintendent.
.... Kootenay....
Railway and Navigation
Company.
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Operating Kaslo & Slocsn Railway, International Nav. a Trading Co.
Schedule of Time—Pacific Standard Tims.
KASLO k SLOCAN RY.
Paiaenger train for Bandon and way
stations, leaves Kaslo at 1:00 a. m.
Dally, returning, leaves Bandon at'1:1*
p. in., arriving at Kaslo at 3:H p. m.
International Nsv. A Trad. Co.r-qperat-
Ing on Kootenay lake and rlvar.
8. B. "XNTBHNATIONAL."
Leaves Kaslo for NeUon at 6:00 a. m.
daily, except Sunday. Returning, leaves
Nelson at 4:30 p. m., calling at Balfour,
Pilot Bay, Ainaworth, and ail way points.
Connecta with S. F. ft N. train to and
from Spokane, at Five Mile Point.
8. B. "ALBERTA."
Leavea Nelaon for Bonner's Ferry Tuas-
daya and Saturdays at 7 a. m., maatlng
steamer "International" from Kaale at
Pilot Bay.
Returning, leaves Bonner's Ferry at 1:00
a. m. Wednesdays and Sundays.
Connecta at Bonner'a Ferry with Great
Northern railway for all points east and
west.
Bteamera cull at principal landings In
both directions, and at other points when
signaled.
Tickets sold to all polnti In Canada and
the United States.
To aicsrtaln ratea and full Information
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METALS OF THE NORTHWEST.
A surface strike of six feet of good
ore car-ylng gold is reported to have
Just been made on the Mystery group
in the Burnt Basin, Idaho
The Butte ft Ruby Valley smelter
was blown in last week. Arrangements
have been made for a sufficient supply
of lead ires from the Cceur d'Alenes
for fluxing purposes.
Several prominent mining men of
Spokane are said to have secured all
the interests In the American and Rob
Roy Ewenslon mining claims ln the
According to figures compiled by the Buffal° Hump district.
New York metal exchange the produc-1 Frederick Burbldge and Albert
tion of copper in October was almost;Burcn ttf<- building a small concentra-
24,000 tons, an amount very much ln Itor on Government gulch to work the
excess of any previous month In the,ores 'ro«i the Crown Point and Silver
blatory of the exchange. | King, near Kellogg, Idaho.
Items From the Rich Rrgiona of the
Paelae Nortbweat—News Prom All
the Principal Mining Campa—Per-
ao-ala-Hlnlng Notea.
The Best is
Cheapest"
We learn this from experience in every
department 0f Uft, Good ^^ ^ ^
serviceable and wear the longest. Good
food gi^s the best nutriment. Good
medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla, is the best
t*tnm&' **""" u emt' •*«*«*
CURES, when all others fail.     *
modi St
Hrpnbllo.
The Jumbo may soon be worked
again.
The tunnel on tbe North Star Is being pushed rapidly.
The Georgia Reed tunnel Is rapidly
approaching completion.
Republic men bond the Coppe rKIng,
near Keller, for $30,000.
The ledge on the Hillside has been
encountered by tho tunnel.
The Hit or Miss Is Idle. There will
be no more work dune until the whim
arrives.
Tho Ilodle shaft Is down 320 feet and
bas three and a half feet In width of
quartz at the bottom.
Some line specimens of copper ore
were b.-ought ln from the head of
O'Brien creek recently.
The Oopher shaft was sunk on an Incline (oniethlng over S.25 feet and a
drift run toward tlie south about 40
feet.
Cabins and a blacksmith shop are
being constructed at the Oolden Harvest mine. In a few days work will be
resumed.
Repub'lc dividend No. 12 was paid
last weok. The amount is $85,000, and
the total if $530,000 since profits began
to be ;n:id.
Matt.rs at the Mountain Lion are
nearly at a standstill for want of lumber and on account of the non-arrival
of the machinery.
The new hoist at the Butte ft Boston
ls working admirably and the pump
works to a charm, draining the shaft
without any trouble.
The R.eat Republic appears to grow
greater every day. The ore ts not
richer, but it is more compact and less
mixed with porphyry.
The .haft on the Ben Hur ls down
225 feet. A station bas been cut out at
the tunnel level at the depth of 115
feet and another one haa been cut out
for tho second level at a depth of 215
feet. Both of the stations are 10 feet
deep, Hiring two sets of timbers for the
full width of tbe shaft
The Republic compiny h is seemed control of ths Jim Blaine mine in Kepuhlic
camp. The deal was conxummaled last
week and the stock of the Jim Blaine,
representing a little mure than a majority,
was forwarded to the Montreal office if
the Republic company. The deal is on
the basis of four shares of Jim Blaine for
one. share of Republic, the stock of the
!t.|niblic coming fi nn the treasury of the
company.
Britiah Colamhla.
A mining exchange waa organised at
Lewlatou, Idaho.
At the Trail smelter tho capacity is
being rteadlly and rapidly Increased.
The Philadelphia Mining Company
haa completed a concentrator on 8heep
creek.
W. A. Carlyle of the Britiah America
Corporation at Rossland, has left for
the oast .
Henry Rills reports a good showing
on the Shipley, which adjoins the King
Solomon ln Copper Camp.
A surface strike of six feet of good
ore ls reported to have just been made
on the Mystery. group ln the Burnt
Basin.
The 1 (J torn of-the 27-foot shaft ln the
Ivanhoe on Hardy mountain, a few
mtlee fvft'fn Qr__d Forks, has come Into
copper ere.
Sinking ln a winze on the Phil Sheridan ot ijiy Earthquake group on the
North Fork of the Kettle river, Is being continued,    j
A strlice on the Kittle W. properties
up the North Fork, where work has
been in progress for- some time past,
is reported.
The directory of.thfUiVnpany operating the Cannon Ball group on the west
shore ot Chrtsllt**- lake, bave decided
to Install a pumping and hoisting
plant.
A ojiRoiidntlon of the companies
owning, the lAke Shore, Moyie and
Queen, and the 8L Eugene mines ls the
latest mining news to be sprung on the
people ol Moyie.
Aside from doing, a few odd jobs,
such U3 lining shafts, making walks
and railings around portions of the
machinery, the St. Eugeqe concentrator
at Moyie Is finished.
T he British America' Corporation
and Mm War Eagle are planning extensive development work by the aid
of diamond drills. Prospecting In this
fashion is an Innovation among the big
mines of the camp.'
Some rich looking specimens of free
milling ore from the Mamie claim on
the west side of Kettle river In Brown's
camp, 12 miles from Grand Forks, are
■Wexhfnttlbn fn Grand Forks. He
states that lie'has sunk ah open cut 15
-feet deep: On the hanging wall side,
he claims, is two feet of free milling
ore, the, remainder of the ledge of 17
feet comprises ore of a sulphide chap
actpr. The property la owned by Cos-
grltt.f_.nd J. J. McCallum, superintendent ot,the Porto Rico mine at Ymlr.
They yr\\\ shortly begin development
on the Emoa, (heir adjoining claim,
with the expectation of opening up the
The October clean-up at the mill on
the Okancgau Free Gold Mines at Oro,
The soneral organizer of the American Federation of Labor in Wisconsin
In Okanogan county. Washington, pr* SLeffn w?' the,average advance in
duced tv/o attractive gold bricks with «,. VJ,?■'W'flConsin '« all classes In
a total weight of 240 ounces. y      past was 15 Per cent.
The contractors on the St. Regis at
A Las Angeles judge has condemned
coursmg He admitted that rabbK
their Wiid BtaUj may be «
killed with dogs, but, not rabbits S
in confinement anl released for the
dogs.
SHU More Counterfeiting.
Tlie becret_ Service has Jiist .„ie.,rthe<,
THE BRITISH LOSS WAS SMALL
About half the cases appealed to-the
Colorado supreme court are'reversetl
the majority of them on techhlealitle._'
due laigely to the fact that judges of
tbe county courts are not necessarily
lawyers.
De Borgia, Mont., are ln 45 feet with
their tunnel, and the six-inch pay chute
on which they started has widened to
over tnrec feet in that distance.
The estimate of inspector Owens Is
that ihe output of Washington coal
mines this year will be over 2,000,000
tons, anl lead a quarter of a million
tons, aliove that ot any previous year.
The Okanogan veins glva evidence of
richness. Work of the present year has
gone lar toward demonstrating the
worth of the district. Indications are
that }21 per ton is a conservative estimate.
The fir**,! labor trouble among miners
in eastern Oregon took ;>iaee at the
Bonanza mine late last week. The
night s:\ift struck for a reduction of
one hour In their time; i. e„ they asked
for nino hours work instead of ten.
The contract on the 8onora at Burke, I
Idaho, on which five men have been
working since last Bprlng, Is completed,
leavlni? the face of the crosscut tunnel
in 815 teet, or only 20 feet from where
tho auivoyor estimated that the vein
should he cut.
The i inciter at Northport Is running
full blast with a full force and turning ou: more metal than ever. Shipments of ore from Rossland are Increasing so that the smelter is not keeping pace with tbe shipments. The new
blast, however, is nearly ready, when
the capacity of thc mill will be nearly
doubled.
At a meeting of the Helena-Frisco
directors held In Helena recently, the
regular quarterly dividend of 25 cents
a share was dealare 1 and made payable
November 20, one month .-head of time.
The foicpuny has paid two dividends
of 25 <_-.i,t*-. a share since June. The
Helena-Frisco has paid altogether $900,-
000 in iiivldends, besides the purchase
price of the property, and for two mills
and expensive hoisting machinery and
equipment amounting to something |
more titan $1,100,0,00.
OREGON.
Four cases of smallpox have developed at Baker City.
Prospects Improve for an electric line
betweeu Sumpter and Bourne.
A ..lil.tia company bas been organised at l_a Grande, to be known as Company I. .Third regiment, O. N. G.
The Soldiers' Home at Roaeburg at
present contains n'nety Inmates, about
one-third of whom are Indian war veterans who have no pensions.
Archli. McKlllop, the 13-year-old son
of Rev. Ronald McKlllop, pastor of the
Baptist church at Salem, Ore., was
killed hy a live electric wire last week.
The y ar 1899 has demonstrated the
truth of the prophecy made last spring
that the season would witness a heavy
Influx of homeseekers Into Oregon and
Washington.
Two masked highwaymen on horseback ter.-orlzed the east side of Portland last week. They held up five people ln different parts of the city, but
secured only $3.85 for their trouble.
A car shed to cost $60,000 will be
built alongside of the Portland Union
depot in the near future. It will be
600 feet long and 110 feet wide, completely covering the six railroad tracks
passing in front ot the depot
J. C. Havely, Charles Steele and O.
W. Muli__. ot the Oregon Railroad ft
Navigation Company, have filed articles
of Incorporation fer the construction
of a branch railroad line from Toucbet
station in Washington ln a northeasterly direction to Prescott on the constructed line; also branch lines from
Dayton in a southeasterly direction to
the stato line, from Pendleton to the
headwaters of Birch creek, and from
Pomeroy to Vineland ln Asotin county.
The oranch lines have been incorporated under tbe name of the Washington
Railroad Company.
Mothers will find Mm.Win_.loWs Sooth-
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for tt.eir
children during the teething period.
*£u ma,_, ZU° inventa a ■"Messful
airship will be of great assistance to
the rising generation.
LADIESlSft,}"-"1'!11-' n»e-iator va* not
-MwaakasT W      * Free'   Un- B* *"**n.
The striking coremakers and moulders, at Pittsburg, Pa., who have been
on strike since October 1st, have decided to return to work at the old rate
pending arbitration.
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No tiisur iiirvoii .1,,-h
Nerve Hettelet. Tiend fo7 YRKB K»aM°2£
lH.lt --n.l treatise.   Dit. n. '""LINK, lid  At
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It Will Be Goeltel.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 18. — Taylor's
friciiiU have begun a quiet canvas of lhe
members of the legi-latuie. This movement on Taylor, side is construed to in
dii'iitc his opinion that Goebel will be
■riven a certifleaU of election from the
state board.
I Beware   of   Itl.iiiu,    for   catarrh
That Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the nensa
ot smell and completely derange the wno_e
system when entering It throSgh tti*mi£
»ruil__.^r^ce8* S«ch articles should Svi
er be used except on prescrlniioiiH f nm
SMC ?»y*\<-}™°. as th™?ma"" ine™
w I do Is tenfold to the good you can i os
Hlily derive from them Haffl I'atirrh
Cure .manufactured by F. J Cheney ft
Co   Toledo  o.. contains no menu??  nnd
h. mn,n|ln,T,Ully' actln« *rectlyy u" n
ge blood and mucous surfaces of the svs
tern. In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure 'I.e
sure you get tho genuine, t is uken Internally, and mode in Toledo, Ohio, by _*
rVihT**',,* Co,*   testimonials free.
ulYiti'm?ro,faTtatSt price 75c per boltle.
Hall s Family Pllla are the best.
Minnesota, which has a population of
l,301,.__. and which cast 139,626 votes
Tor Bryan in 1896 and 32S0 votes for
Hie sound money democratic ticket, has
only one dally democratic paper.
n«Ule Hea-leat Yet Fonaltt-Many
Hoera Killed, More Taken Priaon.
era—The  Preaent  Week Will   See
I limine In itrt'eiiHv of the Kngllah.
London, Nov. 21.—A special dispatch
tram Estcourt says that a report ha_ reached there of a buttle at Ladysmith, lasting from daybreak uptll 2 o'clock in the
afternoon. Many Hows are said to have
been killed and many more arc reported
ti ken prisoners. British losses are reported to be. much less.
Another battle is said to have occurred
later. It is described as the heaviest yet
fought   The Boer dead, it is added, mini-
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
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Stbup or Fios, manufactured by the
Cai.ifoknia. Fio Syrup Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
ber hundreds, while the Hiitish lo sea were' Ja***te and acceptable to the system.   It
Pence  and  Iron   Works.
P'.*K,T.'*ANP WIRE & IRON WORKS; WIRE
and Iron fencing; office railing, etc. 234 Alder!
The British military authorities are
so well convinced of the practicability
of the wireless telegraph that they will
use It on a large scale In South African
work.
She   Smiled   nt   lhe   Jury.
riiocnix, Ariz., Nov. 18.—l'caii Ilitrt.
Hie woman bandit, who, wilh Joe Hoot,
bold up and robbed a stage last June, has
been acquitted of the Charge in tbe face
of overwhelming evidence of her guilt. Another warrant has been issued for her arrest on the charge of highway robbeiy.
Toledo, O., has a trolley road that ls
doing unique work for tho farmers by
hauling the farm wagons themselves,
lt is aaid to be the only railroad of the
sort in the world.
TO fill** A COLO I!*i ONE DAY.
t*ai_e laxative Promo Quinine Tablet... All
IniKel.ls rerund the money if It falls to cure.
K. HV, drove ti signature ir nn each box.   J6c.
A good English authority estimates
that $1,000,000,000 foreign capital Is
now operating in Russia in manufacturing, industrial, steamship and other
enterprises.
Factory work occupies one   woman
out of .'very 27 ln the German Empire.
Plso'a Cure for Consumption has been
a Godsend to me.—Wm. B. McClellan,
Chester, Florida, Bent. 17. UK.
comparatively tow.
The present week, according to the dis-
patches from the front, ought to see a
change in the defensive tactics that have
hitherto lieen maintained by tbe .British
in Sou.h Africa. It is said that tbe task
allotted to (Jen. deary, ihat of relieving
I -.nlv~it.itI», will task his generalship to
tha utmost. 'Hie XXnern are developing a
great deal of strength in the neighborhood of Estcourt, and Gen. Joubert is ie-
ported to lie moving southward himself in
order to direct tlie movement lo repel the
British advance after, it would seem, attempting to isolate Estcniirt. This latter
movement is already in progress.
The Boers practically surr.iiind the
town. Another small fmce was disi-ovefed
at Willow Grsnm, south of Esleoujt, yesterday (Sunday) evening.
Major Tlioinej-ci'oft, with a detachment
of infantry, made a sortie and engaged
the Boors, but with no material result.
The so-called Boor attempts to rush E.t
court on Saturday wore apparently merely
a reconnaissance, resulting in the llocii.
obtaining information which they tla-ired,
namely, that Estcourt is fairly strongly
held and has naval guns in position.
The United States court of appeals
has decided that suicide does not Invalidate a life insurance policy unless
it can be proved 'hat the insurer contemplated suicide at the time of taking
out the policy.
No matter how costly a thing may be
a woman consider? It valueless whim
she lias lost ull interest in it.
The o*..e great drawback about loafing
Is the unsatisfactory compensation.
The electric power Is used in the
mines tor hoisting. Air compressing
is used to operate the drill. By means
of electricity a low grade ore is worked that was never used before.
Patents ot nobility are frequently
renewed with the assistance of the
American heiress.
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dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Ita perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality end substance, and ita acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
pr irritating them, make it the ideal
laxative.
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, aa they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna aad
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Caijfohni v Fie Syrup
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This
The connection between bees and
silk may not be obvious to ordinary
mortal., but Germany haa an association called the Blenen und Selden-
zucht Vereln, which bas existed 60
years and now has 6,135 members.
It has been decided by the Municipal Club, of New York, to offer prises
for the cultivation and Improvement
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Piles
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This causes a rush of blood
Then you have piles.   There
You are costive, and nature is under a constant strain to relieve the condition,
to the rectum, and before long congested lumps appear, itching, painful, bleeding.
are many kinds and many cures, but piles are not curable unless you assist nature in removing the cause.
CASCARETS make effort easy, regulate and soften the stools, relieving the tension, and giving nature a chance
to use her healing power. Piles, hemorrhoids, fistula, and other rectal troubles yield to the treatment and
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_ "I  ___a>r-«  the   tortorea   ef tha
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Bame l6ad- nttrcn Wa. at Brie tea.
K.i ."'-l"*^ _KOT*"* Bristol, Nov. I6.-The visit of Queen
There <fl ,considerable,  work   being Viotoria here to open the convalescent,
OWW ou dllterent claims near the head horns of Clifton wos made the occasion for
■ wi-iil1^^^-.. ' gmt dl8p,ay °f Patrl0,l8m'
\<>i I'mmlnr In Germany.
Hcrlin, Nov. 20.—The re.is.cmbling of
tlie reichittag Tuesday caused hardly a
ripple on the surface of political life. It
seems that neither the rciclistag nor the
government is anxious for c-mdict over the
pending measures concernrng Which there
is much heated difference of opinion. It
was different with the emperor's drp.irt-
ure for England, which probably nine-
tenths of the nation condemns. Since it
has been generally known Ihat the visit
would take place, Ihe press of every shade
of opinion, which has been unrestrainedly abusing Greet llritain snd pooh]MH)h-
lug the notion of his mijcsty going thi re,
haa become somewhat quiet.
Hoi-art (Ire-laally lallinn.
Paleis m, N. J„ Nov. 20.—While the do>
tors and watchers see no cnango ss far ns
general appearance is concerned in the
condition of Vice President llobart, they
can not help noticing that his strength is
gradually failing.
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A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY
In   Medical   Science;' Wonderful,
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CURES RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA ANO SCIATICA.
By tlio introduction In the medical Held, of onr most wonderful "., DROPS," a legacy ol
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PROPS" deflt-s these diseaecs, and hai robbed them of their terror. Thle it truly a fliid-glven
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more too.
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1 Nt; Nl'MBNRSS, BRONCHITIS, I I \ lit anil I.I PNK.v lllSK.VSKS, and where on*
is cured by tiii. remedy, thev stay cured of these diseases, for It fortifies the lystem against any
iiitiiie attacli. "8 l>ROP8"ls th,-.i"me and five drops the dose. Large btittles (ittx) dosei) pre*
aid bv Moll or Eiprcis, (1.00, or *lx twttles for |!*..t». Sample bottles, regular price, l'v., but foi
i lie next thirty days Irom the date of this paper, wc will send sample bottles upon receipt of 10c
■nob. No one can appreciate thli wonderful remedy until thev try It. Write today, agent!
vanted. SWANSON    RHKI'MATIC   CURR   COMPANY,
1UO-1U4 E. Laka Street, thlorgo, Ii:.
^'.rsru,:
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JEAN BAPITSTE PAQUETTE,
My name ees .lean Bn'tee. Paquette,
live near li'Oltn» i,
S**iu» niiirrt ?    Well, yon bet,
v\
>%_re What   Yok*  Are J^oolciiijj:
;,OM«(iad See our HEAVY TOP SIIIRTS for Men,
HKAV.Y; BOOTS and UNDERWEAR. WOOLEN
BOOKS, UNDERWEAR antl STOCKINGS lor
Women. ■#*'#*#'
JU1 These Goods are being Sold Very Loir.     #     *    #
GROCERIES   and    HARDWARE   of tiie   BEST at
BOTTOM FIGURBS.     *     •     *■
Tlie Wm. Hunter Co., I_,tcl„
Silverton,    _B«   Oi
T
HE POPULAR AND BEST AMERICAN MADE, LOW PRICED
WATCH MOVEMENT,
"C8HTUE Y."
18 sit.. Orescent atretta. with  Walt-
ham style cases at $25 00, guaranteed
to keep good time for three years,
The aame with P. 8. Bartletts move-
--»./-    j-wr CJ   ««*»t|13.50
ti^f-T^t^^X^_T%S    Deuber Hampden 23 Jewels.
^dli^i^OT^**^^    Deuber Grand.      Elgin 17 Jewels.
ft..t In.. n» Qnfli flit k»i_ hi»a«cr       ■__».. .
Jewels,
GUARANTEED   FOR THREE
YEARS.      \      \      \      X      t
jl!(<lll|,'«il(lulltli.«4t.r/if   ^^
WE CARRY THE LARGEST
Stock of cases io the Province.
14k Gold Plain, Engine turned an •_
Engraved —The Jas. Bom filled
eases. — The Deuber filled eases. —
The Imperial 25 year cases. — Lad
fee solid gold watches with plain
and set cases.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST
Stock of Diamonds, Rabies, Emeralds and  Opala in tho Province.
Gall and get prices at
JACOB DOVER'S
THE JEWELER,
NELSON, B   0.
I ui ink myself u l*on santo, i
"Bateea I wish ynn j".v".
And Jen I hear tie dott. nr say,
"Iluliu. r_.nt.-n, Iili nk In-' 11  weigh
Trll pounds, .lw li* Ik* boy "
I'll (t.i mi i_l_.il 1 jiiii-i' iliit high.
1 un i r 'nn   .-.;> r.ia'.r
I>.< i.i'i't. i.r rt*.- ine fi'iiii*. untl rry,
"H le nn. I'll ell you In en hy,
Lie uiom bin i qqlla |.i.*i are.
To wait .lin lime «;ts <|iiiip de worst;
I'm tfoliii )iu-lly que. i ;
1 Kuy, 'Baleen, ju'vi- uui it ll.irHt
Fordrinlj *m Jtitt-e I'aqtteliei|« First,
Hi. don't couii- every yenr "
_ „ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m I tl - ii t k lil- henll'. it'i't tlen I rn —
-WlemereLablanclie. -.he's Hfln' dere.       1),t make you lauifb lo _..- ?
Bo when dat doctenr come Ami ne, I lntnth.ami wipe mv ,te,
I     **»b B,tee8' >'on k*eP ■■ow" atslr!" I wash my far. u ul tins IM tiy
■_?'. Jratees* Pi-inrla donee un veere,       For go see Rosalie.
Oie .lilies I.:.I,i..ti, li.- if Calumet
Ees my i'ii|in eenluvi-.
One year ago Ism' Murdi Gran,
I'm in nny Rosalie;
Antl now I'm fad-r; oni, mun trar;
It makes feol good tor be papa,
WJd lft-tie small babee.
It'a boy or girl ynn wan' to know?
Well, wait, and 1 will t. II i
Hit come 'bout Ave aix mont' ego,
Mr life net sick, and I was _o
For bring Doctenr Labelle.
'Ski Blanc avec do gomine.
f make myself a ie»tl*»  drink,
And den I say, Mon vieux,
You noin' he fader soon, t »ink.
Yon like hit ? 'Don I mnke a vink,
And say, "Bullae for you."
Deo hv en by I'm not ao glad,
Itln*. "PoorR'.-'-ali.-
Msybei'he.t fee)tni> i rettv bad,
Maybe she die  " Dit makeme ltd,
Perhaps IHI go and see.
I go so quiet to de stair,
And den I rail "Poetenrl"
He say, "You get away Irom dere,"
And den, "Tals toi," say my he''ai*nerp,
"You can't keep still for sure."
Den I sit stilt sn feel   go triste,
Till some one lunch en haot;
Dat sound l|_|l right; I nny, "Ba'fees.
You'll nitke some -Hiiakv, inst de   least,
Small drop, for luck yon know.
I fix i')i el- an, I -iiikIi my hulr,
Give mv in viHiu.-n it mil.
And when I Jus' wa-* resell tie stair,
l)e tloi'U'tir sliiiui, ' P q i'tie, vmi  ilerc?
Hero oomu n ten pound girl I"
I jump dit high) I'm scared von k-iu v:
I'm-.land' dere iu t|» hall,
Den rail. "D mteiii!"  H ■ **a**. "Hh'Ii!"
I s:'V, "lloet- ur. I wan' fn I. o i
Y"n link dat. il.i Is .11?"
II l uuli |ikv an) Tin *.   •' jm .
"H-'a in my limns v n wt.ni?
I iru.s. list's all ."■! i -ve to •'!>•
Ynn wan' in see tie famlli 1
Di.-i Way di'ii en aviiuil"
r ♦ ■••■■+' t
I'm ill il-.. M-etl-in liu'l, ... i et,
I say in   it sn ii-.
"'.__r-.Mil .-did i s, Ma'am l'a p.
I can'i spare one nf I -in. and
I'll) iil.nl vou d in": have tiv i"
—J, H   al. in the .'id r a unit*.
IStaTolo.
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK IHOl.SES  FOR .HIRE ,.AT. REA80NABLR
UATi;s A UENLKAL FRFIGHT AJ.D TRANSFER BUSINESS DOME.
Ou'side Parties Desiring Hortpp in "-ilvciton
Cm Have Them Reserved By' Writing Tp-
t t t t t +
„   A. P. M_DQ_TAT_D,\
t SILVERTON, • - R,o.
HIKING   AND  COMMERCIAL  MEN  MAKETHBiR
HEADQUARTERS   AT   THE
Thorburn *»■*«*
Ho us© wpww
GRANT TH0RI.URN,   Prop.
SILVERTON, R 0,
IF YOUH 8UBSCR1P'JL)N IS DUE
S«*»«0 OR IN ARi.'EARS A
* BI_UE OR0S8 WILL
Hi SO BE FOUND IN THIS
SQUARE. BUBr-CBIPTIO-- AUK
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. PRICE,
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
FINE W_yTCH REPAIRING A BPFCIAL*n^^^^^^^^^^^^
ALL ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY  ATTENDED TO.
The best stock of
Confectionery
im OPENED IV
in Silverton
Is now for sale
at
S_g.S88g__88.. ....g_8_S.™
EimORIlli OUTCROPFISOS,
!i_i!8?8SSIg«?S-._}S_. ___..!
YOP CAM
MAKE
12 TO 20
PAIRS
F.-rtMir,
lendikft
mitten
F<r  B'-eli'illi"-.
The devil ..ns the li* t coarl i*i      II
toaclieil Eve   wiih    ptole   fir.->l     Aim
btule seeond.   Win n Insse met !(- h   v.
well,    Slit* -Millfl   _____-----_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
pitcher    Siuii*!! * im.'<   oc   a   ; l] pjT    jfiikt  1'UVM_.it KiSili IK_i M At.'HlM.*. AND VISIRIe*--
ioap.vii.iios'.ill.-. I..*  li-,i   lhe PhlIHa    WRTIKG TYPE-WRiri.RS WRITE V**    CATALOGUES FREU
tines,   Muse-, mailc Ini first   run   ulnu'
ClOROETOW*.
CANAO*.
1_MH__$
SELKIRK
HOTEL,
THF
MM.
LARGE     AND    COMFOUTABLE
ROOMS TABLE    UNSURPASSED    IN    THE
NORTHWEST.
Jt I* Mcintosh's
8ILVEKTON,    B. C.
PACIFIC
RAILWAY r
Al- $08 LINE
THE DIRECT ROUTE FROM
KQOTE-TAY COUNTY
10 ALL POINTS
IA8T aid WEST
Ptrat-Class ileapars on all Trains (rom
R1VEL8TOKE and KOOTENAY LDG
TOURIST CABS pass Medicine Hat
Daut for St. Pact..
BcaDAts and Widhesdats for Tor-
mxeo.
FaiDATs for Monruat and Bostoh.
— Baaaa care pass Revelstoke one day—
i    '   earlier. ——
& BARRETT*
SILVERTON,
PROPS
B. 0.
CHAS A. WATERMAN k CO
Auctioneers, Customs Brokers,
Ahd G-U--1U- Rkaz. Estate Agents,
Oa«a in Baalar Black    -  .     Baiter at.
NELSON,   B, C
CONNECTION.!.
Tar ths Nerth, Berelstoae, aad Main Line
T: JO as' Sunday It. Silverton,
ar. ez. Sands}-, 16:30.
Fo* Rossland, Nelson and Crows Nest
Branch and Boundary Country,
19:10 ex. Sonday lv. Silverton,
sr. ci. 8unda» 13: CO
Toand from Sandon.
it 00 ex Sonday lv Silverton,
ar, as Sonday, 10:30.
1UO0GH AHD Bamam
TO DEBT-RATION. ——
Ji G.GORDON,
USES, REALESTATE, CO&TETANGLR
NOTARY PUBX40...
8ILVERTON.       -      -      •      P. C.
Rumors have   been  circulated   Hint
the  Mine   Owners and   miners   had
coum to a settlement and   that   vork
waa   to   be   resuu at   in   the   mine**.
Such however, we regret to say, is not
the rase and the strike ii on as   ha-'i
aa ever, with a prosp _ct however of an
early >ettleinent.   The  Mine  O vners
although   they   ha-.-.i   increased   their
knowledge of miners  and  hive foundij
out how h..ipel._s ait) their ch .iict-s   f|
winning in the  present  stiagi{le with
the    mea,    are   not  as yet prepired
to come down   ill* the high   pedestal
of arrogance and ignoranoe  on   which
they placed themselvea at the  beginning   of   thi.   ftrog-jle    when     they
attempted to cut down tbe daily  wage
of th" Slocan minera
*%t-r l-fa-SL
In a recent i »■■■ we staUd thst the
ho blew the I'Vj I'liinis. C-.ii] made a
li.i-t-1 it ni it i,e killed A1"!. Ahrahara
iiiailu asnt'iifiee. The |irodlj{al non made
a home run. David "as u luii|> ilictunee
iln*'«er. ami MnseA thnt oul lhe Egypt*
I Una at ihe Red i.e.i. The Raiqe was
|i'.tll. d when tiie tl .o4 c-.me. on ut count
f tttit (.'round.
Well tlat'aenoii.'li lo try tho patience
oi lub, . x -iiiinn il iii-> villai." niiiii_-lr/.
At I.e thr.w aside the locwl pup"r.
•'Why .what's the m.tter, do.ir?"
aike'l ni.. «if-.
"Last .'-iii.d.iy 1 i reached (rem lhe
text.'Be te llierelorti tt.-udfai-t,' ' nris-
wered the good man, "but tiie pribttj.
raak.-s it lea I, 'Be ><* Ihi re for breakfast.
■_rCbfcn!0 D.ii.y News.
TBE I
VICTORIA j
HOTEL.
:•; liea-lqajrlcni For NiBiug Men :-;
EVRYTHINQ NEW, NEAT
AND  UP-TO-DATE
TABLE UNSURPASSED IN
THE NORTHWEST.
»B.»ES&F1IRB.IIR3,   Pr«fs_
2 81 LVERTON,   fc 0.
CERTirK ATS 01' IMPROVEMENTS! Ceritl.*a -» N > iil*iJ3. iutenJ ei_»y .lays
__^_-^_-^_--^_-™ • li- a Hi" i\*>a herutn,loapnly lolhe Min
in; It-drier |..r a, Certiflcata of Im-
ji'iiveinn te, lor the put pose   of nhtain
"She may l-o iho fOipt ul*l tub on tlm
river," haid the mi.i-.', aa tlie romtnlnip
live t'Diit'h oi tha siiinianiuu e i
8leambo.il drew nearer and nearer in
■ho riarnncMK, "but I'll stand right up io
ber."
J. M. MCGREGOR
PROVINCIAL   LAND     SURVEYOR
AND MINING ENGINEER.
SLOCAN CITY,   B. C.
(J. A. ELLIOTT lO.-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Temporary
Office In BARRY BLOCK.
BILVERTON B. C.
8INNOTT k ODONNELL
FREIGHTi RS AND PACKERS.
Contracts large or'smai) taken
And prom-tly attended to.
Blables in SILVERTON, B. 0.
Sundini Mining R'vii-w wis til" onlv
Koo'enay newspaper to make ejecasea
for the Silver-Lead Mines'A*H'.oiation
when tha attempt eras made to import
Italia ia for tbe Payne mine. In response the Revi.-w fl es offaf a tang, tit
and denies that it is personally in favor of the move, of whieh no one scented it. We suspect the Review is
aboot to hedge, although it will have
difficulty in .quarini; its n cent "Undesirable bat Juatifial-le" article.
"Yon seem lo have a I irg- number ol
fl-gs of Iruue.' i-aid tbo visitor to the
i-aiiii>.
"Yea," returned the   Philipino chief
"We find tbi'in ofiitfiU slrateiiia v.duu "
••Chicago Pout.
"Will you love me when I'm old
dealt" "I ca i tuli yoo lietitr when 1
«ie jou."
NOTICE :— "Tiohk"    * HaiDwotiD
"Huso'' lloWMii) FaarTioN"m I " li-
ceb Fract:cn" Mineral t'lalin^. bituate
lu the SI..-.-UH d?y Mining Division oi
it ..I K.o eiuy n£>irtct
Wll. re  loeatetl :-On   divid.:   l.etw.eu
North Port J>*in..ii Creek and Dprtauai
Creek at-o.il 7 miles from Sin -,tn Citv
Take  Notice Uiat I,   K   0.  Green,  of
..... ..._*■   . ,    • .    ...    ui-.ii,    '*' '        '  -
Nt-1-..n, h liiia as a^ent for Iho SI"C;m , ISJli
l.:.k--<iold and 8-Iter Mini's. Limited.
Kret Miner.a C.-r^ifliftte Nn Bl4,_!S5. In*
tend sixty uaya from the r/ate hereof to
apply lo the Mining Rer. rrler for Cer-
lifiea'cs of Improvement, lor tl.e pnrpoee
ot obtaiaiai Ciown Grants of IM sho\e
iJuiniH.
And fin l»' r take notice thst action
Under section 87, must bo .'..mmtnt-td
i. furn the itiauatice of such Ct-rtiflcatea ol
ImnrovmeiitH
luted thia 14th day of Novemtier, 1893.
F. C. Gbiw, P. L. 8.
25-11-99
will C/own Grants of the above claimr
And fu ther taati notic    that   at-lion
tiuilerseitii.n ,_7.-irili_t   *>e  rnuimei.-od
hef.r.* tbe i.-bjan«c of sneii Crrtiflcutct
of [mprvtreniMM
Iitted :hls S )i day of S'ptei-bcf, A.D.
81 I 10 199.
J. D. Akdebsok.
■*"**^T"_**
Neier Be  Too Critical.
After he bad ki*. ed ht-r, and press.'.I
her rosy cheek aasinnt hia, and patted
her soft, round chin, sho drew hack and
s-ked:
"Geor_a do you i*have yoursell?
"Yes," he replied.
"I tli' M'\ t hi." r\m «ail. "Your fu<:e
-S Ihe ren .'heat I evi r*—»"
Then sh" -topped, hnt it uns ton Uie,
ai d be went iiw.iy wiih a cul.l. heavy
lump in Ida t>r.-.i t.
foe rntef axtfl foil information apply to
aaaraat Jowl agent or
W. H. BEEVES/Agent, Mlverton
W. T. ANDERSON.
Trav. Paas. Agent, Nelson
S. J. COYLE.
A. G. P. Agent, Vaneonve
For Sale or Rent
AMb-HiertM.
GOOD LOCATION,
fUELY FURNISHED,
PLEA R TITLE,
aoa aires,
SllvcrtoB, B. O.
CANFORD McINTOSH,
* «0Mqd FWjst awl Tnuafer
isvmm. Rom.
-   Ofrt.cr.   ■ . _.:i. .V.*.'"  *.'" ■  !   . j r j    }(.
V
&.ML. _D_r£tiaie9|
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Will   visit; Silverton every
Wednesday,    prepared   ta
repair sll disabled Watches,
Clocks and Jewalery.    Ho
will also have on hand a
Complete   Assortment    ot
Jewelry, consisting of Rings,
Watt-lien,   Chain*,  Guards,
Seals, Ac. Ao.      Repairing
ia Guaranteed.    Prices are
as low as Firat .Class Work
will allow.    Wtiilt* in Silverton, he will be fonnd at
T«e Imk-yibw Hotel, and
all work   left there daring
the week  will be promptly
attended to on hia first via*
it.   A trie 1 or-.w i„ aoliclU>d.
'•..'•V   nt *■*"-■,*,•   », p
s
Do tbe Slocan veins go  d..wi,t  and
da tlioore-shn.es hold  tlnir aicn   an*
richness   with      depth!     These   are
questions that are   continually   bein^
asked    by ootside   mini'«   men  and
capitalista    It is   true that   a   largt-
i.mount of rich ore has been mined and
nhippod from tbe   surf ice   and    fiom
very    ahallow   woiking..    That    the
Slocan ore b*>dina not   only   go  down
but hold their own in siaa and rit-huess
is proven by the deep wr.ikii--.-s of  ih..
Payne,   -Enterprise   and    W„kifi,ld
mines, beaidea a large nnmber of ot here
that   have   made   an  effort   towards
deep   mining.    Por   tho   amount    of ^^^^**m
money expended by "practical" min-   4JOII   t Q(>    it
ing men the Slooan  haa proved  its.-lf
to be one of the qreat mining oouo tries.
Tbere has been  some   failures   made,
hot tnoslly by  ".henry'*  men,   who,
In causd the Vein did not rnn   to   suit
their theory, qnit   and   went home,
where they should have remained fn
!n l;.-'  1.1	
XMAS
COMFS AROUND IN Si'ITE OP ALL
'UK II.VKDlTWE TAIK OF HEs-
-IUI8TS JUi**T ABOUT ONCE A
YFAR
AND ALREADY TIIE LITTLE
O.NK8 ARE BFGINMNG TO THINK
AND DREAM  ABOOT Cl I llamas
GIFTS.
PERHAI'S YOU IIAVK THOUGHT
OF BINDING EASr EQR YOUR
l'f.r_-KN.8, THINKING PERHAPS
TO GET BETTER VALUES.
UNTIL YOU HAVE INSPECTED
THE STOCK WE WILL H.VVF. Or-
ENEp UP IN A FEW DAYS. IT
WILL BE THJ MOST COMPLETE
STDC* EVER Of FERED THE HLQ-
CAN PUBLIC,
CFR1TITCATE oT'lMPROVr.MFNTS
Notice:—"IXoroide" Mineral Claim,
*it.u!e 1    in   'he     SI'mmii      Mining
Divialon  pf Weal  K.ei.n.y  Iii«tiii!   J
■.Stiere locate-1:—0* Poiir Mi!e Creek,
a'.um ibu-e and a hall  uiilea from ita
in nili
lake Motiee that   I   Framia .1  O'Reilly
uf SUvartun. Free Miner's Carl ideate No.
itHH36, aa agent fur The Wak-ti.-ld Mines
I hinted, of Silveiton. Fn e Miner's Certificate No 13Hj2s,   Intend   eixty d«va
Ir-tn tho   date hereof,  to apply  to the
Milling   Recorder   for  a Certitlcate of
Improvements, for the pirpose  of  oh
taining a  Crown Oram   of the above
claim
And furth>rtake nolico that action
jtidr pertiii. 37, must   be   rommenred   1
before the bwuat.oe of surh  Certiflcate
ot Iinpr-iveinenta,
Datt il ihit lOtliday ol November, ]899
FiuNcia J, O'Reiixv.
Ill! 11 I f'9
m
ERTlffCATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.—    Kxcimxoe. MbVEB Plate.
B<ocim, Viciobu No. 4 and  Was*
.Min- rii Claim-1 i-ituait. in the 8lot'aii
(.'itv Mining Divulon ol Weat K'-otenuy
III- ret.
Wliere    locale<l :— Weat    of   Davton
Urii''-. 11 mlleanO'll of 81 ringer eseek
Tiki- Online that I, J   Murray McGregor,
aetillg aa ayenl tor ilie New Gold Fields
ol Brill-dlColumbia, Limited. Free   Miners <>[iill."it,.  No. n212;»7, int-nd aixly
day» fr 111  the date  hereof,  to  apply to
lhe Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
IniiirovbiiT-uia, (or the purpose of ohtain-
ii.K aCr.'.wn Giant of lhe ahove claims.
And further   'ake   noiico  that actum
under seel Ion 37,   inu-t   he coflinenosd
l.eioieilie ia-iiancn of sueh   Curtilh.-ale o
lniiiioveini'iiis.
Dated tbif.21-1 day of September. 1899
J  M. McGreqob.
25I9I9Q.
CBKTIPfCATB OF IMPROVEMENTH
NOTIUK:— "Kxchakos," "Hrokbb "
"cudi" and "Cuaio No. 2" .Mineral
C'uim; sltaateln the Atrow Lake
MinlnK Llvinioo of W est Knotcnay
Diatrfait.
Where located'—- On the north side of
Carihoo creek, about tint half mile
north of the Millie Mack Mineral
Claim.
Use   None   But
The Best!
4iit\
Sarsaparilla
WILL ERADICATE ALL TRACES
OF  IMPURE   BLOOD,    CORES
RUEUi_AT.8M  AND ALt
BLOOD    DISORDERS.
Try It-Prove ll.
Daigle's Black*
smith Shcn.
Genera! BhekswIhiBg
nit tfifiiriig Im,
EXPERT  IIOR8B   8HOER ALWAYS   ON  HAND.
I     t "r011,? nV. '• Jl D Andereon. P. L
JioL0re._fd'lVo Pi,1er,,', (*c»'flcateNo.
-BOM, aod IL 0, pollock, Vne Miner'*
^*«M»w^ri*y^*v.rv_?_^»'*N-"»«*%<*)»aiivai myme<r**saa^»*twm*rr*.
Thi. Silverion Dro« 8Un.
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DAIGLE,      8ILVEBTON. B. 0.
NOTICE TO   WORKWOMEN.
Owinie lo a redmlioij (9 i^ner*' weaeA)
'■atiHed by tbe enforeemaat o{ ibe eiKbt
hour law, the mi.iera aia   ll id> aad tha
mines hare  ahut down.   Therefore all
worklnunie.. are hereby warned to keep
sway from   tha Mucan and  Kootenay
emu.trv, BritVib Colombia, nntil present
•roublesare  umieably tatllad  between
mine owners and minera.
Handon, B. C.     W. L Haflar,
June |nd. laea.       Sacratarjr Saadaa
Minera' VnfcM
J. M II. Benedum,
Pres. Bilwtoo Jf. 9
J. I. Mcintosh,
PfcreUrr,    sVfmmA
Minara-Ualw.
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