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 (OhVVli tHREE,
SILVERTON,'BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY,    MAY   12, WOO
NUMBER
•NSIGNMENTS
OFFR  SH
RECEIVED
WEEKLY BY
MINE AND
Weekly News Hogget* Of Slocan and
OtiiiT Camps.
QEREUL.'IEWS OP DISTRICT.
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SilTrertorL, 23. C-
.AKEYIEW   HOTEL
Silverton 	
[tirrII18  HOTEL  IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNI8HED,
THE   BAR   IS   SUPPLIED  WITH   BEST   BRANDS   OF
IWINKS,   LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
M*,   KrLOTxrles.   :Frop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH AND SALT &EAT3
KKI'AIL STORKS AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir, Kaslo, Sandon,
New Denver, Cascade City, Grand Forks, Sirdar
Midway amf Greenwood.
MAILORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
nirvD   OFFICE NELSON, ll. 0.
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Are You Looking For  ,
Stylish goods?
THAT IP UP-TO-DATK  CLOTHING   WITH
THK PRICE SOMEWHERE NOT ALTOii'iT.H-
'   ER OUT OF 810HT.
IF SO DROP IN   AND   MARK YOUR   8EI.EC-
TION FHOM MY SHELVES.      FIT AND FINISH
GU1UNTKKD.   OV ERCOATINGS JUST IN.
Tlie Tailor:   Silverton, B. €.
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GALENA MINES   SHIPS.
The Galena Mines, whieh lies within
one mile of Silverton and upon whicli Is
installed one ol tlie most complete
hoisting planta in- tbe Sloean country,
has ngnin been slatted up, There is
now no doulit but that Iiefore this mining season drawn to a cloBe Ihere will be
a complete concenlrnting plant in full
operation upon this* property, grinding
•mt concentrate* and dividends for the
owners.
The Galena Mines wail one of the
tir.it propertieH in this disliict to ho de-
velofwd, air.ple capital being procureil
for that purpose in tbe Old Country, but
although the stirfure showing of the
property wna immense ami tin* vein as
(ar as followed was fully up to the expectations of the owneiB, a break occured
in the vein below the 100 feet level.
The company developed a fine water
power aud instated a complete hoisting
plant etc., and sunk a perpendicular
shaft to a depth of 200 feet. They tticn
drifted for the veiu, only lo find it had
been cut off by a break somewhere
below the 100 foot level, as mentioned
above. After expending a large s'nn ol
money, in drifting and trying to find the
continuation of the vein below the break,
tlio English company, becoming; discouraged, went into voluntary 'liquidation and sold out the wine to the prevent
owner*, who are practical American
mining men. Tbe present owners arc
confident of making a good dividend
paying property out of the Galena Mines.
The mine at present is under the management ot C. Hand, superintendent ot
the lywie mine, and under the direct
charge of 8, C. MeOlure, who is atj
present pushing development woik.
During Ibe week a twcnt> ton shipment
of the ore wus shipped to Denver Col.,
and «ftcr tbis sample is run through ami
tested the class of machinery to be
elected for the reduction of the ores
from this mine will be determined upon
by the owners.
MINING DIVIDENDS.
Tlio distribution of dividends puid by
mining companies reporting to the Engineering and Mmihg Journal during tbe
quarter muling M^rch 31, was $9,150,233,
showing a Urge inciease over the corresponding period of 18!)!). According to
states lhe payment oi dividends was ss
lollows: Montaui, 12,780,00$ Michigan,
|2,580,00O; Colorado f 1,550.307; Utah,
ttyivi/B; Arizona, *4M,000; South Dakota. (325,000; Missouri and Kansas together, t254,9S4; California. 1200.350;
ld»ho. »171,fl62; Alasku, (163,000; and
WasTi1ngton,f 105,000. The largest Individual dividend paying company waa
Calumet & Hecla, while tie Amalgamated Copper Company comes next With
$1,500,000, r.nd Boston k Montana third.
Man plants the seed*; God sends tho
rain; tbe cow gets the plants;      i*
The Rev. Mr. Duncan will hold Beryice
in the Church to-morrow ijfternoon as
usual. -'
In tim3 of peace prepare tor war, Order your fireworksearly Ior the1 Twenty-
Fourth.
D. S. Davidson, brother of Mrs. Jas.
lincon, is in town from Prince Albert, N.
VV. T. He will make this town his home
for the summer.
The Band boys in Slocan City will
give a Ball on Friday evening next. A
cordial invitation is extended to their
Silverton friends.
A CONSISTENT
PLATFORM
Robert F. Grcrn's Address
Electors.
to Tilt
fflUIBfTWlWAID DECLARATION
Mils and trails placed under a respoi-
hie head, so that the appiopriatioil
•ceesarily inadequate under existing
circumstances ' might be brn ifklal r
ml econoiniciilly expended.
. Yours ran ly,
lt. F. ORKEW
THE WILLIAM HUNTER
COMPANY.
iVard McDonald,of Sandon, who holds
a bond upon Uie Evelyn claim near
Silverton, has resumed work upon that
property. The Evelyn is a promising
prospect situated near the Rig Buffalo in
Reed and Robinson Gulch, tbo vein is
a large well delioed ohe carry in a galena j
and Mr. McDonald is having a cross-jut
tunnel driven to tup it at a considerable
depth, the tunnel being now in a distance
ol 110 feet.
We
showing
are now
a nice assortment of
MENS SPRING AND
SUMMER SUITS
and the very latest
PATTERNS \W SUMMER SHIRTs.
Tint? WTiml. Wtaixter Co., I_,tcl..
The Old Maid claim near to\vn is still
hoi'.ing its own as one of the biggest
strikes of the season, The tunnel on
this property is now in 120 feet on thc
voin,
The tunnel which is being driven to
tap the A. E. ledge, on Rod Mountain,
has now reached a depth cf 112 feet.
J. M.MuGregor, P.. L. S., of Slocan
City, is Surveying the $arnla and Mountain Chief claims, near the Wakefield,
preparatory to applying Ior Certificates
of Improvements.
,T. M. M, Benedum lias been down
in the Slocan City Division looking ufter bis mining interests. He purposes
doing considerable work in the Lemon
Creek district this summer.
Mayot Pitts of Sandrfn requests nil
mechanics to stay away frbin that town
fjr tlio present, there being no work
thare now.
B. F_'nnk, of Berlin, Ont., has come lo
Silverion to become a citizen. We give
Mr. Frank tho glad hand with hopes for
his success here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brandon and family are slaying al tjie Thorburn House.
Mr. r.r.indoi. purposes building a house
in*l making bis home hero.
All work in the Jewelry Repairing
line, left at the Silverton Drugstore, will
be promptly forwarded to Jacob Dovei
the well-known Nelson jeweler. All repairs aie lU'AI_AYH_li_l> FOR ONK VKAH. «
Mrs. Wm. Brown, who has bem
spending the past year among tier relatives iii Dundee, Scotland, returned on
Wednesday. Mrs. Brown's many friends
welcome her-safe return from oyer the
water,.
The Paystreak and The Mining Review, Uie Sandon rivals, collaborated in
the issuing of a special fire edition last
Saturday. Mr. Cliffe bas been unforlu.
nate in losing the plant ot the Mining
Review and has the sympathy of his
brother scribes in his loss.
A philanthropic young man was canvassing the town on Tuesday for photographs which be promised to enlarge
free ot cost, lt bis scheme is the ssme
as tiiat of nine i.thers, he will chaige
enough for (be frames to pay him for all
bis work. Few hero took advantage of
bis generosity.
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SILVERTON'S  SHARE.
On Saturday last, after it bad been
learned how disastrous the Sandon tire
had been, a meeting of the citizens was
held at the Victoria Hotel to take some
concerted action towards* helping the
homeless hundreds in the town over tbe
bill. It was decided that ca_.li would be
of greater benefit to the sufferers than
anything else, as groceries and supplies
were being shipped in Irom Kootenny
Lake points. A subscription li^t was
accordingly drawn up and on Mond.iy
f500. was forwarded lo Mayor Pitts, with
an inquiry as to what else Silverton
could do The list has been left open
for further names.
CELEBRATION,
Celebration matters are moving along
smoothly and everything points to the
fact 'bat the Fourth Annual will bo a
much more successful celebration than
nny of its predecessors, and that is saying a great deal.
Although there has not been tbe noise
attending the preparations this year that
was beard on former occassions, the com-
niiltees hnve worked equally as bard aud
have tbeir affairs in fairly good shape.
The New Denver Band, of which our
friends lo the north have always been so
promt, will  provide  the  music for the
dav.
The football players throughout this
portion of Kootenay are e\incing considerable interest in the Football Tournament and it seems a certainty tbat there
will be a battle Joyallor Ibe possession
of tbe beautiful gold medals now being
engraved for the Committee, The medals nre beauties, being over Ihreo inches
long. The design is n shield encircled
by a laurel wreath,.suspended from a
curved bar, tho whole surmounted hy a
maple leaf. On the shield is engraved
"Football Tournament, Silverton, B. C,
May 24th, 1900, Won By ."   Tl.e
name of the fortunate team  will  bo  engraved in the blank space left and the
members thereof will have no occassion
to be other than proud of their trophies.
Tho Miners' Union is going right ahead
with its plans for the Bull, nnd this event,
which in most celebrations is not the
success it should be, will be carried out
In the successful wny that the miners
have of doing things.
On the inside pages.of this issue will
bo found a complete announcement 11
the plans of the Committee.
Read It and come.
ToTiik Ei.uctoks
Ok tiik Si.oc.vn Rioikcj
Gknti.kmkn fr.
With tbe dissolution of the Legislative
Assembly, the duty again devolves upon '
the   E'.odors of the Sloean  Riding to'
choose a member to represent them in
the Provincial Legislature.
It is my intention to become a candi-
date at tlio forthcoming election and
with full confidence in the result I again
respectfully solicit the suffrages of the
electors of the Riding.
While I may point will, pardonable
satisfaction to the manner in which I
have (.onset veil lie interests of the Riding and sought to meet local requirmonts
as far as practicable. I have earnestly
cndi'iivoied to forward legislation in the
interests of the entire Frovirce, and such
as would tend towards its material development.
Constant in attendance at the sessions
of tbe Legislature, I bave been watchful
that no vote of mine should be wanting
for any measure beneficial to my constituents, or the Province ns a whole;
nor have 1 been neglectful of tbe interests of the wage earner, but have in some
degree at least been instrumental in placing their fair demands amongst the principles to be advocated by a great political party, lt is well perhaps tbat I
should briefly stale some of the principles
which I have advocated and shall continue to advocate until they are incorporated in Provincial Legislation.
(13 I am iu favor of an equitable redistribution of the seats iu tbo Legislative
Assembly, based generally upon population but with due regard to tbo interests and circuiiistiinces of outlying and
more (parsley sattleu districts.
(2) I shall advocate the Governmei t
Ownership ot railways, and other public
frauebises so far as may be practicable,
and a general enactment by which companies desiring to constrict railways
may be incorporated williont spe.'ul leg"
islation, aud that railways bonused by
the Province may be under Government
control as to their rates, and subject to
purchase at government option.
(3) I shall do all in my power to nssist
and sapport tho advancement and development of the mining interests of tbe
Province, upon which ils prosperity is so
materially dependent.
(4) I believe in the principle of the
eight hour law, and shall permit no interference with this law as it stands, and
shall insist upon the retention of the
penalty clause.
(5) I shall advocate a liberal expenditure upon trunk roads and trails in the
various districts of the Province, believing that upon such expenditure tbe
development of the vast resources of the
country materially depends.
(6) I shall advocate and if elected assist
in the tnaetment of laws (or the propei
adjustment of Jisputes between labor
and capital, by a well digested, and
equitably arrauged system of compulsory
arbitration.
(7>   I  beiicve that  Asiatic   and  other
cheap labor is detrimental, to the best
interests of  British  Columbia.     1 shall
tl erefore advocate its restriction as farns
it may be intra vires oi Provincial Legislation, and shall assist in  bringing sucb
pressure to bear upon the Federal  Government aa may induce that Government
to   assist  in   Ihe   work,   and will most
emphatically insist that no sucb  class of
labor shall bo employed upon any public
works undertaken  by tbe  Province or
upon such works as are subsidized by, or
in any way subject to the control of  the
Government,.
(8) I believe tbat the Educational
System of lhe Province may be materially improved, and shall give my
heaitiest assistance in bringing it to the
highest state of eflieucy by tbe establishment of Normal schools nnd other
instrumentalities that may teud to the
accomplishment of Uiat object.
(9) I shall also advocate and assist the
development ol tbo Agricultural resources of the Province.
(10) I believe tbat the moneys of the
Province should bo expended upon
some broad and general Rystein which
would ensure the greatest amount of
benefit from such expenditure. In this
Hiding I huve endeavored to iniuguiate |
such a system by having the work npea
POLITICAL P01NTKRS.
It. F. Green,   our  next M. P. P., and
lames Martin,date member lor Rossland
passed through town).yesterday. Mr.
tireen will meet the electors.here upon
ids return.
Rod Tolmie, secretary ni the Silver-
Lead .Mines' Association, waa in town
on Tuesday looking after the political
end of the Association.
The Independent, a now Coast publication, warns its readers agiinst "anti-
election" pledges. The ^Independent jn
a good paper, b»ing stronger in principle
than orthrography.
An application has been made to the
Courts for an order enjoining the Collector of votes at Nelson from placing nn
the voters'list tbOj 490 names appealed
against by the Fletcher crowd. Tlie
party to which the Nelson Miner belongs
seems to run to injunctions.
Chas. Wilson, Q.C., the leader of tbe
Liiieral-Conservative party, ia a man
who does not believe in advertising, In
his speech in Vancouver, which is being
circulated as campaign literature, lie declares that the entire provincial press is
powerless to turn a single vote against
the Conservatives. This is the style of
remark one would expect from Mr. Wilson.
Mr. \V. C. Wells, the last member for
North-East Kootenay, ha* been asked to
run again in Ihat constituency. His requisition paper was signed by over 300
voters, tally two-thirds of the voting
strength of thc Riding. He will win in u
walk as au Independent. Hit opponent,
Francis P. Armstrong, is one of those
meu who lavor the 8-Hour Law, but believe that its amending is "ol vital importance to the Province."
THE
LIBER VL CONS ER VATIV EH
ENDORSE KEEN.
The   Liberal-Conservative    delegates
chosen last week throughout the Riding.,
to select a candidate to oppose Robert F.
Green, met in Sandon on Wednesday.
There were twenty-two delegates present, every town being represented wilh
ihe important exception ol Kaslo. The
twenty-two were unanimous in endorsing
John Keen, ex-Mining Recorder ol Kaslo, who has been practically in Ihe field
for some time.
The absence of any kind of a delegation from Kaslo is taken to mean lUat
the majority of the Liberal-Conservatives there endorse Mr. Green's altitude
as an Independent land refuse to allow
party lines to b'ind the issues of this campaign.
ONK LIFE-LOST.
When the first reports of the Sandon .
lire were sent out it was thought that
there bad been no loss of life, but later
reports brought news nf the finding of
the charred remains of Miles Rambaugb,
wbo bad reached the town only a few
hours before the fire broke ou*. Rara-
haugli was well known throughout tlu
Province,
DROWNED IN  A TI'NNKL.
Last Sunday a snowsli le came down
near the Idaho mine and 'wo I al inns
who sought icfuie in a tunnel were
drowned, by tbo backing up of the water.
It appears Uiat the slide filled up tho
mouth oi the tunnel nnd also raised the
creek which flowed through the snow
into the tunnel and drowned tbe imprisoned men like rats in a trap.
THE   UNEMPLOYED
Can secure work to-morrow liy appearing on the football field and reporting to the lorem'in of the grading work.
The wages will bo a se.i9on licke' to tl &
football games and the privilege of bathing iu the lake during the summer. All
who nre unable to take advantage of this
offer can sond tools by someone else.
OUR    BRITISH    COLUMBIA
SUBSCRIBERS
Will oblige by posting in somo
conspicuous place the poster printed on the inside of this issue.
Local readers will help theiom-
mittce by forwarding their copy
to some out-of-town address.
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EDITORIAL OITTCROPPISGS.
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In this issue we publish the election
address of the Independent Candidate,
R. F. Green.
In thia address Mr. Green comet
out in favor of all that ia good iu tin
various published platforms of tli.
Martin and Wilson parties.
Rot there is a difference. It is tin'?:
Mr. Green lias proven his right tc
claim these, principles ns his own
through his past actions: Ilia opponents, who claim the same principles
can only «|ive their word for them.
A proven friend is better than prospective ones.
:-
Dining Room under Ibe charge ol
Miss Ida Carlisle.
Tables supplied with all Ibe delicacies
of the season.
HENDERSON* GETHING, - Paors.
SLOOAN CITY,   ....   BO.
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Jj G. GORDON,
H1EME.1LESTATE, CONVEYANCER
NOTARY  PUBLIC.
SILVERTON
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J.M. McGRE
SJPQR
PROVINCI/Vj.   LAND     SURVEYOR
AND ittWING ENGINEER^
slocan enfoft,. ,;. .'.,.... n. d.
tUIKIclhtosti;
r. The appealing in a wholesale manner against tno names ot applicants
for tho Voters' List has acted as a
boomerang against those responsible
for the appeals. Although the Collector of Votes refused to allow the great
majority of the appeals, the voters
now know exactly whero they stand
in relation to those who sought their
disfranchisement
Had the laboriqg men. who were
discriminated against in the appeals,
not bad friends at Kaslo ready to look-
after their interests and newspapers
ready to champion their cause, it n-
H'.ite probable that some hundreds of
Slocun voters wonld now be without a
vote. It is interesting to note'* in this
particular that only The Silvertonian
and The Paystreak cam* ou^ttrthf
time as straight champions cf the
threathened voters. The other Slocan
prints either defended the appeals or
ignored the matter altogether. Theie
should be a lesson to learn from this,
se
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
FRESH FRfiT C0{*-
FEOTIONERY.	
CWSABSL  ANI)..
TOBACCOS
ALL KIND OF
SUPPLIES IN THE
STATIONARY     LINE
 FISHINGTACKLE—
THE LATEST "NOVELS,-Ac.
, SifverfoaB.C.
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NO.llfi.-W. F. Of*M
Meeta evei^ Saturday io the Union
Hall in Silverton, at7:30i\ x.
W Horton,  '
President.
.J. I. McTntqwi,
Flnancial-Secrelary
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HITtr*fIO_* WANTED.
A third year attident of the School of
Practical Science, Toronto, desires /employment in,_»me oflloe reijuiiing an expert draughtsman, Apply to "Draughtsman" cure of The Silvertonian.
Stay with the man, that in your
h'o'iir of trfluble stayed .with' you, is
^Ood advise to all work ir gnu n of Ihe
Slocan in the impending election.
That roan, without doubt, is Robert
F. Green. When the mine owners
were trying in every way to breakdown the miners' unions, sluring their
characters as men and askil^ttli
Government to herd them with special
police, as in Idaho, who was it but
our own "1161/' Green that stood up
in his place in the House and defended
tne character acid motives, of the
Slocan miners and hurled defiance at
the tools and creaturc-s of tlm mine
owners gathered at Victoria to influence
our legislators. It waa to A*. Green
tbat the miners looked;' to defend them
in the House and he never failed them.
because we helicve'M»at he has shown
himself to be a tine friend-to cur
friends, the workingmen.
On the other hand wc are opposed
to the present nominee of tlu; Liberal-
Conservatives in this Riding, In
spite of assertions to the eontrarv we
refuse to believe that thnt party as a
hob favors the rcteqtiqn of the,
eight-hour law on the Statute books
We firmly believe that the activi
principle of the In*? would be killed
should Mr. Keen and his friend*,
secure control of the" government
We believe that Mr. Keen's supporter-
are antagonistic as a class to Labm
Unions. Liberal-Conservative can
didates in nearly every constituency
iu which they have been nominated
havo either straddled the eight-hour
question or come out flatly aa opposed
to It. These men belong to the
aame party nnd are running on the
same platform as Mr. Keen-
We have fought for certain principles, of which our readora aro well
aware, and in this fight we can only
bc true to them hvjtakingup the cause
of Mr. Green.
IK.lNbl Mb?
April LM- Nolico Unit Omega is under
agreement of Bale. A J Trelheway to U
A Alexander, April 0. _
April 25-Virdeu. %, W H Todd to
J K Wood, .Inn 28,I89il.
Richmond Star View, Empire, all I
Suinm't 1_i, Geo G( oJerhani to War
EaideCo., Oct 20,18i)8.
April 30-Contact; V II Beline to Geo
II Dawson, Aug 22.
Bhoalione,\V E Pitt to WS Drewry,
Nov 20    Kopje Fraction, W  S Drewsy
tjN. W. Minintf.Syndicate, Auril 30.
r May l-*Repuolican, Lj, (Jeo M Davis
toDavid Matiiesou, Jui) 17.
Jeanie, 1-5. * Cun v  to M A McDon
dd,   Ai-ril  21..   RoynI Five, 1-5,  Lake
Vieiv, 1-fl, same to sumo.
.uav 3—ciiuiuum, i.ydia Schwann
to W Valentine, July 28,
Fairhone, same to Bame. Vef?a, \%,
I .uns Brown lo J W Power, Sept 30.
May 8—Twickenham, », F lMtFiu-
viancc toE F Smith, April 13.
_M.  M. B.BIVJ3-IZHXM:,
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Silverton
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If there is any doubt as to which of
tho two men running in thia election
the laboring men of lhe Sloean should
vote for, it is only necetsary t-§fo°k
over the list of men hacking nnd
supporting the rival candidates, to
enable them to decide. Behind'Robert
F. Green wiH be found every man who
tfas outspoken in favor of labor during
the labor trouble and who helped with
all their might the labor cause.
Behind John Keen a few may be
found who are hkewarm for labor,
but every mine owner and tool of the
mine owners will be found "supporting
him. Workingmen can there be any
doubi?
TUE MAIN TRAIL RUNS PAST THE DOOB OF
H
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1.1TEETEI, PROPS.
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BILLY HAGLKR ACQUITTED.   -
Wm- Hauler, Secretary of the Miners
Union of SandAi, who was committed
some  lime  ago  for trial on a charge of
iidawful asst inhlv, appeared for dial n
Nelson on Thursday. After a three
boms con.sultation the jury brought in a
.eri'ict of not yuilly.   This rings (low
iho curtiiiu   on   the   farce  of itnporthi>.
foreinneis for the Slocan mines.
MINING  RECORDS.
NEW   DENVKB—LOCATIONS
April 26—Dolt, near SWvef.on, WS
Ault, J DTunkis.
Mamie, Four Mile, A McDonald
May 1—Bess, Wilt-on creek, R G
Anderson.
May 2—Keystone, near Silverton, C
McNichol. Rag'lime, Gold .creek, ^H J
Stewart.
May 4—No 1 Fraclion, near Noonday,
H J Stewart.
May 5—Emerald Fraction, Bear Lake,
J W Bell. :)^-*::*ZT..
May 7—Banner, near CodyJR A Langill
ASSEBHMKNTa.
Apiil 24—Queen City, D^wery. 2_£-
Mtlvana, Elishar, ElizlijS Fraction,
Bessie, Anchor Fraction, Century
Fraction, Gentle Annie, Reliance. 20-
Springlime, Minella, Cuba, Keewatis.
27—Ferry No 2. 28—Keewatis, Nellie
Fi action, Reliance. ..0-Shoshone, I.P
Fraclion, l.pgal Fraction. Lake View
Fraction. Kopje Fraction, Lake View
No 12. Alpha, Fidelity Fntction, Broken
Lock, Cracker Jack, Seattl*. Black Bird,
Vernon. Nonpariel. Iroiifnile Link Fraction, Eetella, Betsy Ross, L *t Ti; e',
BendiKO, Tom Bowling, Big Kaiiamha,
Morning. May I—BnriiHidf, Deception
May 3—Freeuort, Pero, Bolivia, Timber
Lake, Nettie Fraclion. Belt Fraclion,
Eva Fraction. 4—Varii. Pinrate. Mammoth. 5—Onray. 7—Republiian. 8—
Corncracker, Fairhayen.
SLOCAN LAKE ORE SHIPMENTS.
Shipments  of  ore   fr.im Silveiton for
the year 1890. totaled X0M Tons.
All other Lake points 1385     "
The shipment  (51  ore   from   Slocm
Lake points, up to and Including   tin
present week, from Jan. 1, 1900.
From Bosun Landing.                     Tons.
Bosun 2(10
From New Denver
Hartney  20
Ca|iella i.. 7
From Silverion Tons
Emily Ediih 20
.Vancouver    20
Wakefield, (concentrates) 200
Galena Mines        £0
Fr.nn Enterprise Landing
Enterprise 440
From Slocan City
Arlington       SOO
Black Piinco     60
PATRONS ARE WELL TAKEN fcARK OF.
A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD R($M ON THE PREMISES.
BAR   FURNISHED WITH TIIK   BEST   BRANDS OF  WINE*. tlQUOKR
AND CIGAR&,
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINIM MEN.
MAIN STREEl',*:-   -   - SLOGAN, B. C.
•  McDonald/a X.lver3r
Sta."bl©-
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK  HOUSES   FOR   HIIIE   AT   RKASONA1LK
RATES A GENERAL FREIGHT ANDTRANSFFR BUSINESS DONE.
Outside Parties Desiring Horakin Silverton M^novATT)
Can  Havo Them  ReKcrved By Writing To—    A' * W^ONALD,
♦ + t + t t t SILVFRTON, • . B. C.
THE   METAL  MARKET.
New York, May 12.—Bar Silver, 59?t<
I_ake copper,  $16.60.
Lead-The firm that fixes the selling
price for miners and smellers quotes lead
it |4 43 at (he close.
CERTIFICATE «E IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE :•*• "Taiusteii," "Iwhbus.v-
blb" and ^ItAweow QBABTz'^itoifcral
Claims; situate iu the Arro^Lake
Mining DIAion of West Kootenny
Diatrict.?
Where located:—On Cariboo creek,
adjoining   the    Millie Mack   Mineral
Claim.
Take notice that J, J. D. Anderson. If. L
H , of Trail, B. C, acting as agent for tbe
Kamloops  Milling   and    DeVelofttient
Company, Limited, Fn* Miners Gerti
flcateNo. nJ4MC, intend sixty days fiom
tho date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for ' Certificates  of Im^ro^•-
eroents, for the puiplose   of obtaining
Crown Grants oJ.'|hir*bove claium.«
And further like notic that uction
under section ii?/mnst w» commenced
before the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvoineuls"      ""'
Dated this ftfk(lay of September, Al'D.
890. W
1690.
24 | 2 | 00.<S».
J. HAtette
IF YOUR SUBSCRIFHON IS DUE
W«?«0   OR   IN  ARREARS    A
%   BLUE   CROSS
*%99A99t%   BE  FOUND    IN THIS
jQUARE.        SUBSCRIPTION    ARE
_PAY..BLE   IN   ADVANCE.     PRICE
•fWO-UOLLARS A YEAR.
In tbe present electoral campaign
The Silvebtojiian intends to hold up
its end but wi. hope to do so without
tbe necessity of aeing or replying to
personal abuse or mud slinging.
in this early part of the campaign
we wish to state our position clearly.
We believe in the first place in being
consistent. Two years ago we supported the candidacy of Mr. Green, the
present Independent candidate, believing that he would advocate those
causes for which we have'fought, and
we were not disappointed. **At>'r. Jus
election. Mr. Green w^rlaiiid ready
to fulfil his ante-election / pledges,
departing only from this rule when
• he occasion came op of eitherH-otlng
for or against the eight-hour lat^l On
this occasion he violated hi; ^(ee^ttj
pledge but violated it in a noble cause,
earning thereby the applause of the
vast majority of the voters he represented. This departure from his
election platform is now tbe strongest
objection raised against him by his
political enemies here, but we feej
safe in saying that Mr. Green's actions
during the eijht-hour dispute, f^mi
its inception nn t.o tkfcsr*A0Ap*flfp
has, shown linn posessed of more
* backbone than was thought desirable
by the Silver-Lead Mines Association
and their friends, and these are the
men who now seek to.rf^i him.
We   are   supporting     Mr.  Green
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.   ^
Notice is hereby given Ihat the partnership lieretoforeyjMKting between the
undersigned, Bowes nnd Fairbairn, hotel
keepers at Silverton, B. C, has been
this day -dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partnership
are to ho paid to James Bowes, at Silverton aforesaid, and all claims against
ihe sail! partnership are to*be presenled
to the sa;d James Bowes", by whom Il.e
samo will be settled.:, ■•—-
Daifcl at Siive?^B. C. thi_f.'r.,l duy
of May, A. D. 1900. fl'.
J. BOVVE./'-
GEO FAIRBAIRN.
Witness: J. G. Gordon.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAltWAY-
and SOO Line.
pass Medicine Hal
TIIE DIRECT ROUTE FROM
KOOTENAY COUNTY
'JO ALL POINTS
EAST and WEST
First-Class Sleepers on all Trains from
REVELSTOKE   nnd KOOTENAY LD
TOURIST CARS
BailvIot St.Pai'i,.
Sf.NDAVa and Wnu.NKsii.ivs for Toit-
OSTO.
Emqayj lor Mo.vtreai. and BosToy.
— Same cars pats Revelstoke one day —
 earlier. 	
CONNi:7 TIONs
.7.30 ex-Sunday iv. Silverion,
ar. ex. Sifmiav, 16 20
For   Rossland,   N„l8on      Crows   Nest
,n J}'*'": l HD.''  H"n"diiry Country,
10-20 ex. buiulay Iv. Silverton,
ur. ix. Hiimlay 13 (0
To and from Sandon.
13:00 ex Sunday Iv Silverton,
        ar, ex Sunday, 10:20.
TioKi:rs Wscun iiikouiiu an.j Baooauk
-1 CUKCItEl) TO OKSITNATIOS. 	
For rates ami fullTufoimation apply ti
n eaicst local agent or
H. H .REEVES, Agent, Silverton I
1 W. F. ANDERSON,
Tray. Puss. Agent, Nelfon"'
E. J.COYLE.
A. Q, ]'. Agent, Vancouver
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTING CO..
LIMITED, •
MINING MACHINERY
^      Peterbo^otifth, Ontario, i
CANADA.
.wwwvyvwvvw^v wvw\ ***** ia**** t
Syr p of Horehound & Tolu
FOR COUGHS   AND COLDS. r
WJ
f :•; I!iadqearlira Per Mining Kin:-
THE
VICTORIA!
HOTEL.
LVI.^IHIX; n\\, M'AT
AND   IT-1C-I.ME.   '
i>
•)
i*
el
I
*
TAI1E IM-VJhrA^H) IN:
TIIE NOLTI1WEST.
JIS. rOHEK,   l»r«.|».
SILV E ll T O N,
iv r.
The Strike Ih Off
Aud We are now
Rcudy for
llii.iiii'ss.
And now   n:y
enay  Friends
prepared  to
your     oidera
e.)0
SWatcueI, Jk«ki.kkv
'* DlAMOMdt, Stskl NU
/ft inii I'l.Ali:ii KoVKL-
2!«es. tflxo LAtSI'S
•■ ISO ON\pTii;i.iis.
V UlIll.K AllTll'I.KH
*-Di<i    NUMKHOUfl     T(>
^     Cll.l,   .' Ml
Koot-(«isK Turn.   .
I ani£
reci ive •; *Xt
Emabi.ihii i> in Sfisos "1*W).'
l'-XAl>
Foif
^(•<0
*     OUR  WATCH -AN© JEWELERS
RI'TAlRIlRj DEI'A.BTMINTISAI.
As we only employ the most expe -
icneed men, aIIwoik in dt aiiaSt__i:i>
i  Mail and Express Orders RecrTV* Our
> l'rouipt Attention/
^*********A*AA*/WM¥MM*****^
DONT FORGET TIIK l'LAOE
JACOB DOVER.   "The;JiwHtr.n
NEI.HON,  R. 6.
The THISTLE HOTEL
General
Mining
Supplies.
Full Line     Lumber,
Dry & Mixed! Sash and
Paints.       ! Doors.
NOW REOPENED
UFDER A NEW
MANAGEMENT.
HOUSE RENOVATED
AND THEJ'.AR FULLY,
RESTOCKED §
TH1KTLE   CAFE.
1'iidii the maiingement of
OirloSolwieder
J ust Opened. Good Service.
Meals] nt  All Hours.
^TlYbn^iJsoi^ Urtymt**   Props.
LAKE AVE.
MoOalluni«te Oo,,
J. HL HOWARTH
.1EWBLERkc,   8LOOAN, B. .0.!
18 PREPARED  TO
FIFTY
REPAIR WATCHES,   CLOCKS AND JEWELERY
ItOCAN   PUBLIC.    .     AN    EXPERIENCE   OF NEARLY
rf:AUS      WARRANTS      THE      GUARANTEE      OF      SAT-
« • lON'AW^H HIS WORK THAT HE GIVES.    ALL REI'AHINIQ IS
AS UOOD WORK WILL ALLOW.
fiTCHES, CLOCKS,FANCY GOODS, Ac  IN8TOOK.
>n ISFACIION \fttH HIS
H )DONEA8PRQliimYA
*] i'/i EUI.L HNi: OF. WA
SILVERTON, I!. (:
_____■
S"   '     •a>B'i.»a>a_^___b___--nMa^aaaa^aBap
ilVertotx l^t*tx&
lS**m\4~al Aether p* ',*)
Pure DruK» «»cl Medicines.
i— ■        ■■ i r .„,     . .M 	
Sloean Agentu For tho flulehrated Rhemiiatie' Roaody % DROPS."
L
C
axative
ww*ww
To'Owe t^ Cold ' In   One Day
Coiilaina   Thn" New  Ingredient,
bid Cure.
ws******_^^vwv
TRY
trrt—
IT.
'V
I RICE £6c. Al AJI Drnci'Iitt.
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