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SILVERTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12, 1898.
NUMBER 33
&ILVERT0N KILYKKTOHlAif.
ft. O. 1UA T1IKSON, Editor.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY   12,  1897.
WE WILL CELHIUTf. MAY 24th
Bilvertcn   will Be   Heard  From  on
That Date.
SAMPLE8.W ANTED.
Mr. F. W. Peters,' representing the
Everett Smelter Co., was in town last
Tuesday. While here he requested
W. Clark, the C. P. R agent, to procure samples from our mines and
prospects which have ore. He do-
sires the sample? to be about 10
pounds, and these will be placed on
exhibition in the Union Station in
Winnipeg under the charge of Rcbt.
Kerr, traffic n-ansgrv. ThiawH 4»e -a-
free and liberal advertisement of our
mines, and every mine pawner should
see thst specimens from his property
be placed in the . collection. As all
specimens' will be under the charge
of ihe C. P. R from the lime Mr.
Clark receives thein, no transportation
fee or any expense will be incurred.
Slocan City did herself proud on tho
last celebration of the Queen's birthday,
and New Denver congratulated herself
on its 1st of July festival, and now comes
Silverton to show her sister cities on ihe
lake what can bo doue in tho way of celebrating when every citizen combines to
make a success. Recognising tin- fact
that for a success such as we intend to
have, much preparation is necessary, a
meeting of the oitlssns was held in the
Thm burn House last Tuesday, aud tbe
local mm op the mm
A FINE ANALYSIS
Valentine's day next Monday,"
Slocan Oily has a now „oal building.
Dave Broniner visited Kado and Nelson this week.
Mr. Crowlev of New   lV-nver   was in
town Wednesday.
Al McDonald, of tho  Molly Hughes
Mines was in town Friday,
Miss Mary Fletcher returned from hor!
viiiit to Slocan City last Monday.   *
E, 0, Nelson of the Silverton News Co
has received a shipment of cigars,
Native    Arsenic Discovered  on
L, U. Property.
the
A chemical analysis made recently
By Howard West ot bis New Denver
laboratory for the L. H. Milling company of silver ore from tho L. H.
mine proved it to lie very rich native
.T, Fradgley of tho Galena mines shot a ! arsenic.   The result of the tost showed
a splendid wildcat uii Wclnenday.
Fred  Smyth, of  the  Slocan   News,  ounces in silver per ton.
m.H*a*ts7T^
were elected ollicers
men attended in a body.
A LIBEL.
Silver properties in the Slocan
should be s good investment on the
terms now offered. A group of three
claims averaging 120 ounces, and 00
per cent lead was offered on a two year
bond in Sandon last week with no
payment for six months and then only
10 per cent, the claims showing a
four foot ledge of above' average.-
Katuloops Sentinel.
Bee here, Deane, "you either don't
know what you ar* talking about or
you have baen lied to by some scalawag. In either event yon are libeling
the Slocan. Why, blast your buttons;
man, the woods'aro full if men look
ing for snaps like the above and if
you csn give the name of the mine
and o«*nrr and tha above staiem.mt is
President, J. Bowes; vice-president,
Wm. Hunter; secretary L. R. Forbes;
assistant secretary, E. O. Nelson; treasurer, C. T. CroBfi. General sports commit t'c: (.1. Thorburn, .1. A. McKinnon,
J.Clair, ST. Hunter, D. Brandon, L.
Knowles, E. O. Nelson, R. O Matheson.
0. T.Cross, B. McNaUght. A. McDonald, J. Hirvey, L R. Forbes and .1
Buwes. Advertising committee: R. O.
Matheson, L. R. Forbes and E; 0. Nelson.
The spoi'.s'will consist of horso graces.
foot races, jnnipintr, etc. A tirand regatta
will take place and also a drilling '.contest. A subscription fOf paying the preliminary expenses was circulated ai.d
libera,ly signed. The question of grading Lake avenue was considered nt the
meeting, and ihe C'liiroitlee was in-
ftructrd to attend to it.    *
A met ting of the committee will be
held on the. 10.K inst at eight o'clock at
tho Thorburn House.
visited the Sii.vi-utosias this week
W. Gibbs, of  ihe Orphan's   Home,
PROSPECT WORK.
Work has bran discontinued for the
present on tbs Texas Boy Fraction, as
tbs owners wish io prospect their property more thoroughly before continuing
(heir present tunnel     The tnniicl"jbas
already been driven lit nearly 60 feet .and
right, you can get $1,000 for your  in- j a good Showing is uncovered.
formation any   day.    Tako   it     back, i    On the Caseado,   which   adj >ins the
Deane, it's a mistake.—koitmian.
THE KITORI) BROKEN.
The ore shipments " from Bilverton
for the month of January amounted
to the grand totnl of 201 ton'. These
shipments wero OOnftlHid'tOtW I mines,
tho Comstock aud tits Vancouver
Group, the former shipping 81 tons
nnd the latter 120 tons,
our December   record   hf   ".">   tons.
Tex is.Boy fraction, two men arc  work-1
lug and will ran a  tunnel,  which they)
•Hliiuate will,   wi:b   60  feet of length,
stiilicthu Icid at a depth ol SO teat.    As
(Its nnrf.ii.1 showing   is  excellent,   con
tabling ore, the owners ore fully j istltted
in their va'.u dlOII of thi-l claim.
Ibu,* Store
The Rev. Mr. Powell has received a
call from Rossland and will shortly be
leaving our midst.
Tffo services instead of tho customary
one were held by Rev. Mr. Powell in tbe
church last Sunday.
George McLean, cook of the Ga'ena
Mines, v::*s shaking hands with Silver-
8"ir friends on Friday,
Henry Stege, the oL.nial proprietor of
tho Newmarket hotel, will start a hotel
uiTesliu Lake in the spring.
TheRov. Mr. Booth will bold divine
service in Ihe Silverton church onThnrs-
day evening.   All are cordially invited.*-
.1 .unes Cameron, formerly editor ot the
Sii.viiuToNi.v.N, lclt this city Tuesday for
a business trip to Kss'tO. Ho will return
en Saturday.
Charles Kessler, of Iho Comstock
mi :e, was in town Tuesday purchasing
supplies and hiring horses for r&Voiding
ore from tho mine.
Constable Forbes is plying Nelson a
visit. There is a rumor circulating that
Mr. Forties is Io be removed to Nelson
SUd hisotticc here is to remain vacant
for the time being.
Howard Cameron, Lte of the linn of
Crawford,MuMilUu<Si Co, left Bapdori
yesterday, cd Mat* to"the Klmidt-.y,-.
We wish Howard the best of _ool fortune iu the frozen north.
A further addition of eight men was
ma le lest Mo DfUy to the force at the
i'. m stock. This mine is forging ahead,
and will soon be ranked am in_ the lir.-t
mines of the Blown.
Tlie New Denver Goutt I O. I\. Ko.
S.160, intend having s ooncerl on March
17-ih—t?t Patrick's Day. The concert
will be terminated with a dance. Further
announcement »l I be given later.
The Blocati Btar tun discontinued using
SO per cent arsenic   and
1193 1-10
As  arseiiie
JVIISS MoKINNON,
Fashionable * Dressmaker. •
Opposite XlaorTbtirn Hotel.
Silverton,
I PINE TAILORING
AT Till: FRISCO
Work on  tie  lower  tnnnnel (|i Mis
Tins beatsjFrlsooIi steadily  pregrettkiug atid IIh ^
[ owners espsot to catcli the ore ohute this steam tjower in tho mill  and will hen
„_■£.   In the upper tuuuela winze wasiuftcr utilise waterpower,   Thts will a<
F-bruary promi,os to  uiake   a lietter wnk ___ ,ho lewJ  B\xoff\ng the pretMOoa
record, as already   tho Comstock  has. llf v,.,-y tbw^teelgalena, andJMr.Thomp-
shipped 40 tons   and   the Vancouver | son »-xpeet» to encounter this Iu mu«h
j,« . largerqnantltiss in  the present work*
_____w-_____ ' ings.a,'llu! owm rs ate c mtident   that a
a little more  work   will chow   up the
OCR MAIL BF.RVICE.
value ol their property, and they cet-
It is an enigma to the townsfolk on ; t ninlj deserve to Mriko it rich.
Slocan lake why   tho  mail   from  the,	
south should be sent out of the way to]       HoiiWS ALLEY INVADED
KasloVhen'a direct daily service can j    a  surprise  paity ^stormed, Hogan's
Ik-  secured  over  the ^N-lsoii-Slocan alley, tha residence ol Messrs  MeFer-
lano nnd Weiih, last Wednesday eve-ion
aul u enjoyable evening  waa spout
line.    Especially   now do  we  fetl tt
when*passage is so unccrtiiin'over the
K. 4 8. railroad. I prise, the genlalihosts were fully eqoei
to the occasion and when boxes ran oul
1'he
guests were Mr* Baoon, Miss Brandop,
Hist Cartilage,  Miss   McKinPon Miss
count for ihu temporaly sbui down if
ibo property, Development work will
be continued until apricR.
We neglected to mention iu our last
issue lije soccers which attended tho
s.iwrion delegation to the Slocan City
eacnlv.l. W.W. Bj:ic1i representing a
Twelfth Century Knight captured first
prise aa b-st droasod gen', Cont(rattt<
latlons.
The condition ol Lake avenue, owing
to the rain and slush nt present In ■
very disgraceful, especially (ir pedestrians.      A   veiy   little label- with
. is much more valuable   than lead, the
,tpst thoroughly demonstrated a   high
e
geniiral estimates of what was well
known as one of tho most promising
gold and tilver properties of the Slocan.
STILL ON EARTH.
The Seatllo Post-Intelligencer has
told a great many touyli stories in order to attract attention to the city in
which it is published. The P.--I.
could he pardoned for ordinary bad
iieaks because of tho Klondyke excitement, but when it tries to write
Silverton off the map a protest goes up
loud and long. That paper said in a
recent issue that it had investigated
the story of a man named Kite who
was supposed to havo come fioni Silverton and who had bsen buncoed
while on a trip to tho coast and the
j investigation showed that there was
p.o such a town in Britith Columbia ns
Silverton.
There is a town in British Columbia
called Silverton, nnd a good lively
town it is too. It is like New Denver
and Sandon/one of the prosperous suburbs of Slocan City and tbe P.-I.
can't writh U off this earth.
If thete is on Silverton then there
is no Bill Hunter; Grant Thorburn is
a myth, dim _fcK.ilinon.au irredescnit
dream. There would be no Jim
lYjwi-B, no Pete Oiant. Larry Know-
lcs would not be in it, and R. O.
M itheson,S dexterity as a pill moulder
would be forgotten by all except the
readers of fablo.
The good poople'of Bilverton might
pool i«ues anil n^rr-e to declare all of
the above i,ani>-1 gentlemen extinct if
the P.-I: would put the townsite
Sad; on the map, but the pioneers
will not allow even 111-- town to lcili i tl"
Bill Hunter, because if it hud not been
i^r l.'un they wsuld all have starved to
death in 1892 How Mr. Hunter ever
came to live in Bilverton when Slocan
City was so close by no one but himself wiii i \cr know, but even if he had
gone to Seatth to live be could not
la a tin respect and estrum In which
he is held by all of the people in the
Kootenay. - -Blooan Pioneer,
Mr. Hunter Probably knew even as
Fall and Winter; 1897.
I would respectfully invite gentlemen to an early';inrpection of my
selections in Fall and Winter wollens.
My pricis will be found moderate,   I make it a point to keep them as
low as is consistent with good material, good workmanship and the care
1
,• 'and attention requiste to get up thoroughly satisfactory garments.
Wk
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Liehscher-
Lake View avenue.
The Tailor,
Silverton, 6. C.;
J
]VI.   JM. BBNBDPM.
_ii_ S S -£_, "_T 13 3=3,
Silverton,       ....
B.C.
THORBURN HOUSE,
GRANT THORBURN, Phoph.
I'I
:-:      :-:      :-:    I.eHdqiiai-trrs for Mining and oiumercial !9cn.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO WHARF AND DEPOT.
Domestic and Imported Wines, liquors mid tears at the Par.
THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT IS FIRST CLASS
SILVERTON,
B   0
Hotel Victoria.
James Bc-wes Piop
FINEST APPOINTED HOTEL IN THE KOOTENAYS.    EVERYTHING
NEW, NEAT, AND CLEAN.   CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO
STEAMBOAT LANDING.   FIRST-CLASS IN
EVK.UY EESPEOT.
t.y all present.   Although lakenjby iur-| a shovel »-ould do nway sfllh Iho Worst' far bach as 1862 Uat tbs silver town
We must ogain  apologize for the 1 i,|0lksw«r«brought  iu forsoiii'
bul:
present size of tho BltVlftTOKlAM,
wo promise that the nixt ifsui1
will positively lie a six column folio,
mid will co.itinuo that way iu< long us
wo have control of its slit els. W«
wish to remind^ all our, sixY mouths
Bubsorib-.TS that their subscriptions
are now due, and can bo paid to us at
the SiiiVKivroNUN ollke in iho icar of
the drug store.
Tho Spokesman-Review of the 1th
inst, In giving the mine ihipoisnts,
mako a considerable error concerning
tho amount of oro shipped from tho
Comstock crediting it with only 40
tons, when in realty 81 tons were
shipped, and giving the Vancouver
shipment as 40 tons instead of 120
tons.
The Provincial Legislature opened
last Thursday at Victoria in tilt* new
Parliament buildings. Tho Speaker
of the House, Hon. Mr. Higgins, had
issued invitations to the resid nts of
the Provinco and tho city was crowded
with visitors. Tho military and naval
escorted the Lieutenant Governor to
tho House. After his addr-os the
House went into session immediately
far Ui»o trann'iotion of business.
Dvker;   Messis.    Mcintosh,   Tinllhg,
Woods, Matheson, LiebschcTand Boott,
K. IV BALL
TbeNsw iH-nver Knights o('.Pythias
ire doing all ih.it Is possible to make
their m**qtMr(ida ball, to be held oo
Valentine's day. a record one. Everything Indicates that it will be «« unqualified lUCCeSB. Several Silvortoninns
have expressed their Intention to attend
in costume.
SEW DEHVBIVH ATHLETIC CLUB
We. had tho pleasure lhi< week of
visiting the elub rooms o! the Amo-
teur Athletie. Club, Nes Deavw, The
The room is large,   well lighted end
is will adapted for its present, uso.
The paraphanalla is up to date and
and consists of  pnnohing bags, both
BWlngand suspended, single stieks and
maikB and boxing glove* All the
Igteil magsrines ami snd papers aro on
file, aud the walls are deoeettted with
picture!, mainly illustrating the
msnly art of self defense. That the dub
room l« a U* Hrltl »nd much resbHod
to place is not surprising. It is a pity
that Silverton has hud no similar association this winter, but It is never
too late to mend.
ol it and should be attonded la by
most directly Inti restod.
those
RODBERY AT NEW DENVER.
A bold robbery tu'ik place i:i New
Denver last M today eveoing at the
early hour of 8:80 p. m. in Knos Bros.'
jewelry store. Tho thief or thieves ae*
cured plunder to the value ol $000 in
watches,   rings,   chains   and   bracelets,
It seems th-tt the shop door could be
opened bj itslna any ordinary p.is:i Uey,
ami that ingress was compsrativoly
easy. The burglar, bom appearances,
was ono well iieipuiinlcd with the store
and Bieicd tho opportune absente of Mr,
Knox In Bindori and 1'.. Brlndle's attendance at lod'4c to e.iny out his bulgsrious
design.
Tbe unknown was foxy enough nol Co
attempt to open the till which was furnished with a bell and which contained
:;:',">. Policeman Mel.cod has the offalr
in ban I, and it is to bo hopad that th"
lb lei will be soon captured and tha
itolsn property recovered, Mr. Knox
could not state exactly the amount <>f
stock stolen, bnt estimates its value to
be IJOD'J.
ROSEBERY SAMPLER.
Tenders for thn erection of the oro
sampler at Rosebery are being cdver-
ited for by A   M . l'.ealtiu .
of Slocan hike was the only tack in (hi
carpet and although Slocan City
would always havo lomething to work
ut In handling our shipments, he
wished to be ut the head of supplies
aud not St a •odi' station. We thank
the Pioneer for defending our existence, but are not "sighing tor Incorporation with our neighbor nt the foot
of  the lake.
SILVERTON.
-3.   C.
Silverton has taken thn lend. A
meeting was held there this week and
pi epilations inudn to celebrate the   24
NEWS IN UK IKE.
The coal miners at Wellington,   It
0,, have been granted a 10 per oont
increase in their pay.
Corbett has signed articles for another fight with Champion Pits.
Licenses have been granted for gold
mining for the entire north Saskatchewan aud a large part of Peace River.
Allison, the boy murderer of Mrs.
Orr, wns bung in Berlin, Out,, last
Friday,
From Copper river the report is received tkat on Jan 2d M. E. Turner,
a Montana cowl oy, killed F. A. Bald
and Wm. Lap. lie was promptly
lynched by tho miner.-.
'eneral 1>1 inco has returned from
his negotiations with the Cuban rebels and the OOncilliation is as far oil'
as ever.
The people of Dyea ntul Skaguay
have ippealcd to tho Secretary of   war
LAKEYIEW   HOTEL
SirvertoiiL
g£rTHb* HOTEL IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISHED,
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED Willi BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Hi.   -ML   -K_CL©-w*les,    .Prop.
I »»:«c»5»_-«'.'«
SILVERTON-
DRUG STORE.
o »•• •»•««i
-COD LIVER 	
EMULSIONS-
of May.    Wlu's next -New   Denver iof the United states for   martial law
tiodae, in Alaska.
QjjiiveE> cough eureis
w*iS*0*+twVwwwVw>N*wVw\Nw
PERFUMES THE BE8L     -    *    -     DRUGS AM STATIONERY.
Trail blazer cigars.
2£.   O.   3iv£atl5_esor_.,    p:cop. A_!*70T.E__]_£R
Acidities in ^vvlli *>© made to
oiA-r OorMsplet'e Stock tliis
weekt One oar 0* flour
and oots amd one  of oan-
n^d GoodiSt
THKM1M  B.\Q   OMrAM.    Ore Sacks and Twine.
i 1HI UIORYIV■flIAJ.T POPEft Ufc   Towtk, Caps and Fuse.
0K0. T. KLATEK & MM. Hoots lutd-ta.
iMWlUl OIL GOftPAKY.   Coal Oil.
(SOMEN ACE.   Mascot and Pride of Japan Teas.
DAMASCUS, Meeea and Cairo Coffees, and the
STANDARD SILVER CO.   All kinds of Silver Goods.
OV>^rV*-'W*^A*,s*VWVr%r\rVSQ
When you want either Goods or
prices let us know as we are the
people
THAT CAN FILL
When railed upon, having the most Ccmj letc stock  on Slocan Lake.
WM. HUNTER & CO.
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I^oi* tlie
Slvertonian.
$2   per year.
,.-;       TWO OF A KIND.
Dat tho Dry Goods ft-a>tinan Oldcctcd to
Fellow.hip With tha Puller In.
A smart looking and well dressed
gentleman lounged In tbe elevator entrance of a Broadway wholesale dry
goods warehov.ee. Apparently his solo
cconpation wan watching the faces of
passcrsby. Npw and then ho would
make a feint at starting for some putting figure and then generally resume
bii listless attitude against the door
jamb. At last he did make a frantic
uivo for n stout gentleman who w»<
pnssiug. Unfortunately a crowd of pedestrians obstructed his purpose, anil
before he could clutoh the arm of the
stout gentleman, who was a buyer for a
well known retail store, another smart
looking, well dressed gentleman, whe
bad been lounging nt the elevator entrance of another wholesale dry goodi
warehouse, darted out, soized the stout
gentleman by tho hand and had him in
the elevator in a moment.
That samo afternoon the first mentioned of the two smart looking, well
dressed gentlemen was walking from
Worth sheet to tho bridge on Park row
and had nearly.reached Baxter Btreet
when a tough young man seized him by
the arm ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
MAT-UALS AND STYLES.
**si Oeanadluee, tbu  Tucki, !!>• JCnthrnii
d-rloi nnd tlio Kot..'tte».
Grenod'ne~tho beautiful old gr«nn«
line, though much improved—has comt
buck to uu. or. It same ol' liie mosrt.
wtqulslto of summer gowus will V.1*
(aahloxu-d.
Tucks are applied to low bodices io
an entirely new style, ih.,t ia, i*alln and
utile, made full back and front, are
covered with llaao, havint; horizontal
tuclu from ihe neclc to tha waist, ani
tho sleeves are treated hi the .'..inn.
way. The material renders tht«i very
•oft and graceful and makes them exactly suitable lor the ltttie lUuutun'.e.
Embroidery ctaaraclerisc* many of
the handsome gowns now being madt
up tor ofter-JSarter functions. Chenlllu
embroidery Is particularly adapted '.-o
flowers and chenille ia now dyed In th*
most beautiful colors.
Low bodices are nenriy all lacod In
the back. For young mat rue-a the bodies pointing back tind front are con*
■r-td-'.rel more suitable than those round
aiid uv'ltcd.
We utill retain our admiration for the
tunjuotoe—both the atone and the
shade in fabrics. The turquoise plays
an Important part In embroidery, and
it la it HI the fashion to mliu;le It WlLh
a bright, mousy greet,.
Moire has come back to us In a great
many guises. It sXr.iw.-i to be.U advantage aa th* (-round work of t'.f
largo and u-Autlfu! dcslg-na In Balls
brocade thrown upon It. Occasionally
thei-e are cloud effects or lnt* corolla.
Borne of the moires ai-e very little wat
innon&Co
DEALERS IN
boss, can't I sell yon a first |e^.~ jgjfjjrSii' brocaded the waves
Hotel Selkirk:::
are very large.
Kvery width of lace can he called
Into requisition nowaday*. Very deep
lieuncoo ai-e frequently united round
the centre to form a watteau, enured
to the shouldci. at the buck and de-
accndlng to the hem, while nai rower
pieces ffo down the s;0o teams of the
bodice and rklrt. Sometimes they are
festooned dlasronar.y aorosj the skirt,
or In a straight Hoc oil round, he-axled
by ruches of flowers. Loose ends of
lace very frequently fall from the bU3t
to the hem of the drc.-i, held In place
— -__»_.- —-.     by bow3 of ribbon.    There are pUnty
I'm Euro wo can suit ; o< ways to arrange wl .bout cutting the
I pricolccs pkvw of lace one may tr<:a
cure os heirloomtv
madt  In   chiffon,   r'btv-i
Exan.d.o-ci   dz>   Barrett; Pr»i»
fcARGE AND COM TORT A BLE ROOMS.     FITTED WITH ALL THE
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.    TABLE UNSURPASSED
IN THE NORTHWEST.
Dp to Ihitc Service.
Fine View of the Lnk
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS ANT) CIGARS.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT.   CALL AND SEE US
Opposite the SILVERTON WHARF-
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.—Baby Ruth Minimi Claim,1
situate in the Slocan Mining Diyisiou of
Went Kootenay District Whore Iocs- '
ted:—about 3 miles eoutlieafit of Silver-
ipn, .Tako notii'c that 1, A. it. >Huit'
land; freotiiirier'a certilicatu No. 86070,
iM iment (or E .1. Iveiiil.ill, frie mlner'a
curtitii-uto No "4553, and myself, intend, mty days from {lie date hereof, 10
apply to the Mining Uueurdur for a
Certiflcatu ol Improvement)-, lor the -rnr-
pi>-oof oliiitiuini* a Cniwn (Irani of the
above claim.
And fmtlicr tako notice, that net ion,
upder section 37, mot-i he uoromencad
before the issuance of audi Certitlcato
Improvcineuts.
Dated thia 2nd day ol November, 1807
!■■ II.         1 1—= —	
M1NKBAL ACT, 18J5.
(KORM  F.)
CEBTIFICATE OF IMl'BOVKMENT.S
"NOTICE -Galena""" Bank,"' Mineral
Claim, situa'o in tin; Slocan Uinlna .Division of. West Kootenay District.
Where located:—about 3 miles south'
i ast of Milverloo. Take notice that I,
A. H. Finland, free miner's certificate
No. 86070 as agent for E, J. Kendall,
tree miner's ceililicate No. 74553, anil
myself, intend, nixly ditja from the date
hereof, to apply to tbe Mininc Recorder
for a Ceililicate of Improvements, tof
the purpose of obtaining a Ciown Grant
of tlie above claim.
And further notice that action under
section 37, must he commenced before
t|ie issuance ol the Certificate of Improvement p.
Dated this 2nd day of November, 1807.
NOTICE'.
Notice is hereby Riven that sixty iIhjh
after date, f Intend to apply to the Chh t
Commissioner of I.hiiiI'and Works, for
permission to tnii-chase the lollowintf
parcel of land, situate on Granite creek,
a.tribntary of Four-Mile creek, in lii*>
f-Tocim Division of West Kootenav district: Comniencin-r at a post planted
on the wt'8 stleof Granite creek, al out
threiwjuaiter miles from its mouth sml
about seven hundred feet nest of thn
creek; thence east e i k I -1 >* chains; thence
eolith eighty chains; thence west ein'ity
Chains; thence north eighty chains, to
point of commencement, eoi.taiuinj: 640
«cra»i.
fluted, this 2.4th:day of O^tobrr. 1807.
IiKliUW IL:o
a?-97 I'ct It. E. V.
plasa overcoat? Our goods is do best on
de row, an we'll make do price to fltyei
pocket. Sec? Come in an let me"—
He tugged vigorously as he said this,
and the gentleman was growing red iu
the face.
"Let go tay coat, yon blackguard, ot
I'll havo you arrested I" ho shouted,
straggling to shake off tho other'!
clutch.
"Ob,  no, you won'tl  We're in dt
tame biz.   See?  Jos' come in an look
over our good|
you."
With a violent wrench the gentleman
(book himself free and turned indignantly on the puller in:
"If I could sco a police offlcor, I'd
hare you arrested, ycu"— Then wordi
failed.
"No, you wouldn't. Ter not'n bet-
ter'n a puller in yen-elf. I'so seen you
on Broadway layin fur peoplo an yank-
in 'cm in jes' es we do. Yer jea' a puller in, same r.s I am, but you ain't got nc
pride nor sympat'y in de bis.   Beel"
And the smart locking, well drcwod
gentleman hurried oft without sayii>8
yea or nny cr uttering a protest. The
canker of comparicca had entered iu>
6oul.— New YoijaSfctu
A Fin In Hi. Heart.
The old time idea thnt tho slightest
touch of a foreign substance on the heart
means certain death was shattered years
ago. Ono of the most remarkable cases
ever heard of, however, was that described in a paper read before the Association cf American Physicians somo
years ago by Dr. Peabody. It was of a
case where a pin was found in a human
heart after having been there for an indefinite period. The point of the pin
was distant above five millimeters from
tho external surface of the heart. The
pin seemed eroded and was broken by
the scissors in dissection, without becoming displaced". There was no evidence of recent local inflammation, hut
that part of tho heart iu the neighborhood of the protrjding head of the) in
was greatly thickened and elow wlvte
aad firmly adherens to the edge cf ui«
head.
*•
•^Miners' SuPPlie0,
GENTS'     FURNISHINGS
A visit to our Storo will convince you that our Prices and Quality
of Good* aro Unexoelled. Once a Purchaser you will ho our Customer, aa
we aim to Please Regardless of Consequences. Small Profits an:l Quick
Returns is Our Motto. 0_I1 in unci wo will always bo Pleased to Show
you our Stock.
P.o-jettcs,   made  In   _     .
lace ar.d sa'tin, and axe Introduced on
the fronts of the bo.'.lces In the im
mediate centre, on either shoulder, ant
at tbe back of the vrahtti while Uk1*
play en important part in cart-chlng u;
the dlaphccous materials which n)w
veil eo many sklrtf.
Some ot the Aroewtnaiseni are trimming their bodices with car->-ai?es und
loop* of lace Ej"-co:a''!y tKWgnrt l*1
Rult the reveral peira po-i se^. sed by
their wearers, so thfkt a large »tnr
would appear to fasten or.e Md of
lace, and a crescent would conatlttre
the centre for a 'i-ce roreKe en the
other Mde, while * ion;; bar brooch
ImvIiIs n butterfly of hv\? la p'.aeo on
it.e shoulder. The disposal or j*-w»l?
to advantages requires s. grc.i.t do.-.l <.<
thought and car-, and the whole eft>»ct
Off a toilette t« WflT tr.j-.ly rjo'lt by n
war.t of attention thereto.
There Is en attractive --election of
new matcrla's, especially In fancy coat-
Inn', on; bclr.1; In navy blue, with a
mlaty-creen line in it, and another o<
cbncolale with n black lue. Vcne
tlan cloth for tnt^vmt-dlate ww.r, »nl
a r-afhrr.erp clot.h. with beautiful soft
surface, refcmhllRS lh^ old-fa~h!o_»d
d'KUble c.ifhmere; n.'ro ricme soft
Fcotch tweeil«. wltb nn Indefinite ctioeS
of various shade-"1. In tl.inn.r materf
s.ls there Is a ne-sr ennva'? In black and
a. Toft llclic-nrn.-en to he nui'te up over
colored silk, exactly rccemlilhig drawn
linen work In Opmi and cloned so,us-v>».
"-—« vi,^, .sai  tv\ ani white, wlll^
"I won "OTD lrt«:t W'rM playing porter,
but don't say anything about It"
"Why I didn't know >ou care/, if
people knew yon played."
"1 don't on i:..!:ily ; but I wa»it to
lee'P this from my wl.e "-Detroit Vr*»
t'resa.
Thrtlf. CL'KICU: PLA.'ili. •
jSUverton*
II.   C.
Silverton NewsCo.
S'rui
—d;:,vi.ki:« in—
am! Conlcjilinacrj, tbkecos,
CIGAU8, r.rc.
All Hid Laiegt i
Leadini* Dall;
eriodioals, Im
• l'uPCTS of ! I
ndinn tl
V.nl.
Blank Boobs, Iteclpt Booka, Stationery
Supaurtptionfi received f.r all masa-
gities.    four.eons   lie«tiue'. t.
sii.vK.nox,    •    • b. o
E FJIMTIOML
X\VI(i\TJ0N AM) TRADIXGiOMrST
 LIMITED—I—
Sirs. "Inti mutit r.al,"  ni d   "AJLrrta
on Kootenay Luke and River.
Five-Mile 1'ijint rwrcctltn with al
I assflnirer trams if N. A K. b. H.H. to
nnd from Northport. Hovsland snd
P|m kai o. Tickets pud I'dlPpK* tlircked
to all U. B. points.
leave   Kaslo    lor   Nt-lson   ami   woy
pi.ills, daily, exi eit  ^iindiiy, 5: ifi a  m .
1 Arrive North* nit, I2'15 p. ni.: tionlahd,
". 40 '■  ni ; Fjnikaiii-. Op m.
leave    Ni Isi n     i,.r   Kailo   SI d    Wiiy
; lit'lnta
1 Leave
' a.ni.;
riailj, i •;• <;it  Pat-day:, 4 :'.',b p, in
. in.
Kobslaatl, 10
ni.
.80
(IO TO
Mrs. Matheson
For Dies    Q.irxls,    Millie ry, f.iirey
goods, Confectioner aud Uakir.
NKW PENVE,
B.  C
rii« CsnnlUol
Vr
.ire
OrhnpIS   Plant
I'rthon.
m.n
CKKTIFICATF. Or IMPBOVEMKNTS
NOTICE:—KatioD Mineral claim, i't-
ttate iu the Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay District. Where
locgted: On Mt. Adanis, 2 miles
(-•■ntiittefit oi Bundoii, tidjiiining the
Branvou claim.
Take notice that I, Kohert I'.. Psion r,
«R niteiit lor Qeorg^ Klwinsn, free
miner'scerliSuutuKo. 75181.and Janus
('. Keleher, dee miner's certificate No,
79182, Intend sixty days from lue dele
hereof to apply to the  Mining   lleioldei
for n ceitill.-ate of improvements for   th"
pur|to.»o of obtaining a   Grown Grant
of tho above (Main.    And   luillier lakt
notico   that   Motion   under   nation  87, i
must be commenced before the issuance i
of Hindi euliliente of iiiiiiroVeineiitK
Dated lhis27ili d-iv of Novi n.l.er, 1807 ,
K. B. 1'/ii.mkk, 1'. L. B.    I
APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE
OK IMPROVEMENTS.
Silver Cup mineral claim situated in
the. .Slocan mining division of West
Kootenay liistriet. Where located : On
east slope of Fennel) (reel; (emptying
into lour .Mile Crock) nhout ten niilen
east of Silverton. 15. C-
Take notice that I. R. II. II. Alexander, Doling t>s acenl for the (.'omstoek
Mines (K ('.), Ltd., free miner's eortili-
catu No. 63943, lotend sijely dnjv from
the dale hereof to apply to the mining
roeorder for n CefttucntO of improve-
inents, lor the pmposo of ohtatniui; a
crown (?rant ol (he above claim
And further take notice that artion,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the Issuance of such certif'.cate ol
improvements.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1897.
CKKTIF10ATE OftlMPROVEMEAX-
NOriCK: -Hilltop EraottonsJ   Mineral
('uiisi,  r-i!n..It- in   the BlOO-lll "Mininy
liivision of Wett  KpoUnsy  District.
Where located:   On   Mir.   Adams and
a'ijoiiiinf» the Adams claim, . miles
sombwest of Sandon.
Take notice that I. Kohert E. Piliii"!-,
or tic'Mii for George Sleeman, free
miner'sowtitlesteNo.79131, nnd J. ('.
Keleher, freo miner's certificate No.
791."2, intend sixty days; from tli« date
hereof to apply to th| Mining Recorder
for n eorlifliiite of llitprovemonta (9t Hie
purpose of om*t(llttg 8 Crown (iratit n|
(In- above claim, And further lake notico tha! action under seetion .'17 inii-.t ho
commence.I before the i-snante of Mit Ii
certiliciiie of, ir.ipioveinei.fs.
Dated tlii.'t 27ili davol November, lfiii7
n.E, l'.M.Ml,!!, 1 . L, H.
WHAT POSED HIM.
Tb* Mythoiojlrsl Centaur snd Utf rropei
Mcdlclnu Mbd.
The man with a valiso and aa umbrella had bought ono or two cheap volumes of fiction, whsn a mere prr:ten-
tions publication on a counter near tin
door can;.;ht hia attention. It contained
a imuibcr cf elaborate pictures of mythological characters, and ho wus glancing
rapidly through it when ono of the
pages attracted hi3 especial intcrmt. He
lingered over it, turned several leavei
snd then went back. After he had started away and gouo as far as the door
the 1.. i iiiution UKuiti proved irresistible, aud he was m on gazing thoughtfully at the lamo pegs,
"Can v.e do tomithiag moro foi
you.'" aaked tho ckrjt.
"You luoii a great deal -itcr.t whnt'i
In these hock.i, don't yon?" ho asked.
"Wo naturally become familiar with
tho contents iu the coursoof time,"
was tho answer.
"Well, it will probably bo exposing
my ignorance for n.o to nsk it, bnt J
wish you would fil mti what that is,"
uud ho tamed the bock around so that
tho salesma;' could sec. "I cover had
much chance to study up on natural
hiidory," he added apologetically,
"That, sir. is a centaur," was tb*
annv.ci.
Uis curiosity was not yet satisfied.
He dropped his head ever en his shoulder and looked at tho picture with oui
lye.
"I suppose," ho resumed, "that thli
thing wouldn't bother mo so much if I
hadn't recently pone on tho road for ■
patent medicine firm. That hits given
mo an interest I never had before. And
you know whenever a man has just, „.«„„.„.,, ,,
.. ,.      ...     -.*...   i Men n v, n, t ■   11
taken tip u subject its hard for him If ; i^nclm hav
get it if/ bin mind. I don't believe thai
I ever will get over being puzzled abou*
thut centaur,'*
"In what way?"
"Burpofjtig he got sick?"
"Wch'r"
''Whom would they stud for, a res>
iilar phytlcicn'or a veterinary surgeon!*'
•~Wuhlii:;i-tmi fiti.r.
Several cf Them.
"That girl is a peach."
"Yes, but she thinks she is a whole
.chard. "—Twinkles.
Tho statement is made by a Boston
newspaper that no policemen aro ever
stationed on Boston Common except on
Sundays and holiday*-
Tbr. e of the mf **t tlangerouj of Vega
(At •',-   pi ii    In ■ W Id #•; a   " tA
Kunnibai trc   ' of Australia, th j "deatn
I ,i    i I .   .i b .'.fr. a, ui. i
Hi,    "\   ,    .. ..       !-', LhC:: '   Ol   .tew   !_*Jl
lax.d.
•j iv '•cant        tree" i i*o«s up .n th-i
shtip   ota p4i appl , r.r.a atialns
a I.. llJ-14 'III-- u ha I u •'• !*•«
of broad' i.oii-: ;i..•• K-avea, ffruwmg in
'a fii.-;' al   the  apox,  When tort b •
brings cu mind a Kisantte ovn.ri. Am
i... ;    and   -.ii''.«   LO-rd-iikc
leaves, irom too to twelve lo.t :n tbs
■ i .    CUd   -.10:11   It.U- 11   i"
[twenty feet in the large!-, l.a.i n io ^
ground and are  e&vily str n - >.n iirfh
to bear tiio v....:-.  oi a rn^n ol nti
. pounds or ti i        i.-i «;»• aue. qi t mef
this   i   ■ - I] 11 <i ie   i)■•■ n '•
li\ i   laVB] '    meter  tea   nam-  of   ths
a pan ' f tbe  nl
rhony  bvlns a sacr.itca  of oi; • ■<•
to   Itfl  "k'1   lOCTI       •■'   ' ;n'
, *.    ■■ hi I  i to        i r.fit ■ i srai
u up tho Icav ii of the tno to the
i .i|. .-;. and tha    instant   iho a ■• ill  i
■■jiist-.: :*■ ol the monster « tc touched
the  l ■■avi a  will.!   fty  together  like  s
i trap,  cm hln     the  li'B oil  of  tbe  Ire
:trudcr.     In  ibis   way  the  Ire    would
hold its victim until every part - •• of
tbe  Hi eh  wuuki   disappear  iii.i  hln
j bones.,
The  "p.rnpii'.c plant"   la  a   pf •   r '.
herb, growing   In  tvoutb  Africa.     Its
I flower- are [.-.irplc and  s'mrol  Itl.e i!.e
I En:-' ive.   its fiult has fOimtd*
able hooks, which, by c-;inBir.K to mir
pass r«by, Is   convey -\    to sitttatlons
w'fc re Its seed  rnny Ilnd suitable cm-
me for growth,    a.r John LiUbbtek
j rays It lias been known to ItUl lion?.
The   "vve.- taiiie   python,"   which   ts
I kno.vn  to the naturalist a-a the   cliis'a
or fig, I-. jh--: gtrangler ef tre-1:.    The
j seeds of   the   c'.us.a, IhIu,.    provided
with a pulp and very pleasant  to t'/-
I tropical birds which fe*3 tbcreon, are
i oarrled from tree to tree and <i-; eited
on the branch**   ITcre germination be-
' gins.     Thn l->afy stem slowly ri30j up-
I ward, while tr« roots flow, U It were.
, down the tmnh until the soil is icach-
' ed.     Hire    and    th(':i'    lltev    orarch,
1 changing their oourte a cording to the
direct:, n of . n.. obstruct lens met with
Mennwhil.1   fn-;m   these   ro-ii en   i nfy
e been dsv^loped, which,
. pushing themselves through the canopy
llbOVC, i-( t In'o the liciil.and i i ron<
decelerate their growth, Now a meta
mofphosis take, placet Kor the hit!;-
Srto SOfl roots U;n\u to harden u.n-1
ri i-ewl wider and wider. thfOwlng oul
tide branches, wtiloh flow Into atfid
amah;; nc I ■ v. Ilh e-'.cti oihcr until thi1
whole ti-r<. trunk i> bound In a series
of Irrevrnlar llvlnij hoops, From thli
time on It is a strugf-V- of life anrt
death between thw forest giant and
th entwining riu-ia. Like an athlete
the tiiv; triis to expand s-mi btarsl Hi<
fetters, caustna the bark to bulge i>-
i tween every Interlacing; but su i
and frcedOrrl ale ''"'  w the captlvs
, tree, for the trOflster cltwla bais   n\ft>
; Its bands very   numerous and  wid>:.
! Not allowed expansion, the tree soon
withers and dies, i nd tha stmnglsv H
BOi   ,i    :       :  d   Into  a frrr-H   bush,  :-.\-
moat as largi. as the ma-s of branchbs
end foliage it l'ns Sffaoed. It Is truly
ft tragtdy in the world of vegetation.—
Spokane, 8 n
Ngrihpoil, 1 ..r;0 p
• l.-.V BttRTICC ON SOOTHSAY    AKS
leave Nelson (or Kashi, eti, Tuea ,
Wid ,'i'i nr . I -ri ,S.,t , 8:i;0 «. m. • «t-
iar Kitslo, IS:S0p. in.
Leave K i.-i" ior Nelson, etc., Mbn.,
Tuca.. Wed., Thurs., Kii., 4 p. in.; sr-
tive Nclon, j p  in.
i:i.SN!:n's   F.XBRY   .-.no   KOOtiOt*t   KlVBB
autvicK.
Leave t_uslu Palu ("ay 4 p- ni.;»
Hoi n-lary   mWl igllt *   mrive    l'.on
i'env .-in da) 10:80 a. nr,
.     1 iave I'ijijii- i e I cm  Ktlnds} 1 j
| arriv-   Boiiudury   Punduy 5 p. m.
Ve Kaslo Suie'av 10 a. in
^J
iound
fc« «J"«       I    , II ,» t'io.e   co.ii.eclp n    at    it. r.ner'i
Hi!        Ilh'»l        lluUl!llf% = kiiii.'7;-S0ii   ie, and  «e-tia,un,
«-* W   [u_ t-p-tkane 7 p. in.
STOVES,
Crockery awl I ! I
i «
\l.i:\AM»i:i:,i;encisi;Mjn»g»
Kaslo, I! (', October 1,1897.
House Furniture:
AiJ.iunFni^nrs,
siomh "city, nt bottou rn!ii!:s.
Tf# <:. GOllDON,
B18E8,mfiEmTEtWlVTOCBR
IsOTAHY PUBLIC
BILVEBTON,
Ii. C
m\) i».\i«iE.
Kaslo & Slocan
Railway.
TIME CARD NO. '■
suij-ct  to   ehanga   without n'-tice.
Trains run on Pacific Btn dard tunc*
liillM! \\ 1ST
DAILY.
OOlSfi FAfT
_B^^^_B^_m^^^H • < .
--.'ia. iii. lame Ka Io Art ive II .oOp in.
B:8fl     "    " .-onth l'ork   "   8J5   "
Blacksmith
ANn .Vagonmaker.
Ilorseshooiiii! and Wiigon It epnlriDR
Hpecialty SII.VKHTON, 11 C
MINERAL ACT.
(rOHH T.)
CEttTIProiTE OF I.Ml'K'lVKMKSTS
Noliee.—"lliiliin" mineral claim :
situate in tho Slocan Hilling Division
of Went Ko'ileliiy District. Wie'ie
loeated: h'oilr-Mile creek, Slocan \,\\.t- .
Take notice thai I, H. II. Alexander,
freo miner's Oertificate No 77iiOi as
aneiit fcr P. W. Oodsal, fr. e inlner's
certilicu'e No 7,'V^7, intend Sixty dnvs
fioin date lltlreot, '0 applv   to   the   Gold
0\>mf_Usloner (or a certificate of Im-
provemen's, for the purpose of obtnin-
inu a Crown Qraill of the above cliiiin,
And   fiirtlier,   take   notice,  That    ml-
versa claims most ho wm to Ilia Gold
Oommissiouer  and action commenced
WM
'.< fil
10:03
1«1:1S
in.::-i
ll);.r.l)
2-15
2.00
1:40
1:88
1:1*2
before the Issuance^ of nosh i.-ortilii-ntu o
luiprovfruieoJa
I>ale,l Ihla2rcli day nl October,
AI'Ak "I'Ion
1HU7
emptylnu
tell tllllt-H
FOR CKUTIl'li'.-w I-:
OP IMPROVEMENT;
Silver Ohlnl mineral   claim : hunted in
ihe Slocan  minim: division of un-i
Kooionny district:   Where located:   On
east slope ol  letinell  Cm ok   (
into I'onr   Mile   Creek), nhollt
east ol Bilverton, It. <'.
Take notice that I, IC 11. II. Alexander,  acting   IIH   OKSht   I'd    the   ('oli)Hloi k
Mn dm  B.i' i. I,id., free mil ei';i certificate No. G804S, Intend slxly tlnyg from
the date lien of, to apply   ft)  Hie mining
i cordef  for a eerllflcale   ol Improve
inentH, for the purpose ol obtslnlna n
crown pianl of tile above claim.
And further take notice Hint
nnd: r Mellon .'j77* tnn*«i la
before Ihe issuance of
improvement  .        U
U»ted H,11 13th day oj .OcIu1kt,.18»
•' tviiiiennter
"   Bear I «ki
" McOniiwn
"   Junction
Ar. Sandon I cave 1:00
ROBERT lUVlMi.
Q ii I'n iuht and 1'iish  Attenl.
GEO. B, 0OPELAND, Super into mien
Canadian  Pacific
ruliviy nmm
-1X0-
iii lion,
comineiii ed
kmi-Ii certificate o!
il.
Soo Pacific Line
£3?TTl.".or<:iI   TtfKKTB KHOM ^SlhVRS-
fl V   10 ALL POINTS IN   C/NADA   AND
Tin: Itmti:ii Statu- and   ElllOPI,
The only Line
Selling thronfli tlrkels to Vsn-
c.otivor, Seattle, Victoriti. Bf,
Paul, Chicago, Tpronto, Mont*
real, and sli I'ointt. la si snd
Went.   ThroWf.li
Tourist cars
Everyday. alB«niflicnt bleeping and Dining Curs on all
Trains,
Cdsckotl Ihrougll to destination.
Daily Scrviro
I'roin   Silverton.    For full  1"**
formal ion as to rates, maps, els
Call on or uddroes,
W. S. (1,\RK, (gent,
piLvruroN.n c.
II. M. MacGREQOB,T«V. Pass Ajft  •
NKT,=ON,l   P.
(iK.l. M'L. BROWN,
nit)TlHeT'PAeftIKrJt« A(IH"»il
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