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(And Up To Date
Mining News
THE
Of The mdieat:
Camp  Of  British
•        Columbia
■ %  —«"V«     »»F»S
rpLUME THREE.
SILVERTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1000.
NUMBER 3.2
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SITUATION.
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etically Unchanged-Enterprise
eafc? Irrive Fur Payne Mjin'.!
Assessment work is helm.' done on the
, Republican chil/n, near Ibe Queen Frac-
| Uon.
The   work   lieing   done  on the Lone
StjU ElldeaVilrillg.. | Star Group m-ar town in showing tbat,
property to bu without h doubt the nnik-
  f  ing of u mine.
The flral ore shipped from tie Silver-
ton district for the present  seaaoo, w.ia
•   ''*'   i ■. | sent out List Saturday ami oonajstetylf h
riuloHtl  nf   high, gradn galena ore from
' the E.nilv E lull niii.e.
strike situation Iihs  .Jiai_>.'e.l. unl ,
There Ims bsen !   MH""pr (ireen has presented a. Slocun
. ,    ,   . i petition.I., (he House, asking fur ft 16 00.i
rt madebv «ny ol the l.ako mines., ^  n   ^^   ^   ((j   ^ .^ <( ^
tlie, Eoterpr.ec, to put uny men; ,||l0 m„.|_._ Tl,is r().ldi „• built, would
rotind. ^haf mine, »otdiscour« Mien up u valuable trad of country.
,• their throw-down of. ii^it ^"''k.j Tlie cross-cut lupicl lieing drigeii.on
jonrewor* to fcfxo the tJiibm Ithe Totpydu glulpi, iq cut ihe parallel
l»y, a few! vein. '"«R readied a depth of 65 feet,
-oiiio :;o fec:,yei remaining *" be driven i
Ihis tunes-cut will tap the vein nt a
depth ol over 8[J fget.
Tliti ti.iiii.vii)' at   the VVukelipId mine
is now eompletiil upil in lymnlu^ ■« ilpr,
All   Ih'so howtjvtp do  nut| m\M   _u|p|iliga af*   being  riji.i up by it
tic minj*. some turning buck evei !,|rly.   T|,|n   ii«n,vvav   uiji   len^en  the
Some fe* ot tln'M' ar iiiftr-, j ,..,st 0f operating the WukeiluM Gmiipef
^uiievergu to work,     O.heni a*|.n,ihea. a««nppll"S, iim   re, lumhi-r etc.
m.iiw, sjuiplv wubs,  who «>"  i ,-at.   now   he iff-]* rod at th« mine at u
Uieir Jesti/is^ou.   whim  on  V'** j nomiuul  ei.-l  ami, ore ean i q.v I o <e t,
bring SilWrton or R m.-hery       I I.nvn   to   tne  mill at ell aoaions of the
employment unfluj** in Kelson j >vrll.i
MMCSgtaJ iu  hiring  men   for tiie •
tpri.ie, I'Olol,   cuvd.   iisilii.iiu_.lliy or'
|mi occupation U'liiu Iiniuateriitl
mid.every ni.:n is mi.-ili i'A 00 n
p n3.il) ut lite Luierpii-e      !•'••«
l are to lie lim!.on these ti-nns an.I
n'lliiliil if llieni aro any at Ilia
K
{lino.    Nearly every
ive Nelson for.thj! Bnlorpttoe
kii   the   inaioriiy   ot   these
I hack At Sloean  Ciy.  A  f.w  rui
mmilel   nqd   bind nt I'.nterpiis.
lie.
f*r*
MINE ANO
PROSPECT.
IVews   of   he Skan   amj: OUier
Mining Itfslrids..
Tlie   Meaii-Kiltis   Big tiroo|\
ami
are
The 5.1, cimKilo   Dt>velopmei t Company  is .pushing tli.\-<.|..|i.„ nt- on Ihe
gijeat Kilo gioup, whigii consists ol Iwen
ty eightlull clnipis, lyiugnesr.   Hloc-in
Ciiy.
.V.r, X. F. McN'iiu.'iit. who has just
returned from tin* gioup, guys, us tin
following information regarding the property.
The work being done at present is
enntiiie,d to two claims, the Kilo and the
(tanner. On the Kilo, four tunnels art
being driven, their aggregate length
.being about fipo feel. All these tunnels
are being driven on ore, ni.inv tons o
whieh sre being piled on the dumps. Tb
pay streak uve rages three fe t in wid'l
rfiid the ore values run about $,"0 in gold
Un th* fifing"!-, <"ie of I lie claims •
the old Skylark and Ranger gronp. a
tout 700 feet of tunnel nas neon ilriv..
will, very satisfactory results. At tin
pieu ii' time di in ti are employed a'
llio mine.
Tins outlook for this irroitp i,» so promising tbat the company lias  fully  math
heir minde lo.erect, iq.the early spniiK
a large mid for lhe treatment of tlnir
ore,
Iu acquiring tins property., the Slooan-
Kiio Company have expended considerable money,,  tbe first   payment on  thi
Kilo group proper al■■i.ij being $o0.000
iennrant are ii.e-e men of tho knowledge  Tnis sum was received by M ssr* James
of ininiier.   Tbe mun who ii oc'lnce'   andN. I". MqJJaught, to whom anotter
fireman ia bim«elf almost ss ignorant of largo payment falla due iu a f^v days,
If Tlifw Is .'.ti A?rii|;'iil, IVIial Tlirn?
At the   Riiterpiiao mine, on Ten Mill
ereek. v\lnri. a few -■cab" Imve iieer
oi(|iii-i..| to tv.nrk. tlie foreman is ithltuet!
in M.'iwlh" poniler f.r Ibeir. and belli
load   IJi •   Inili".   for blasting,  ro ntlerh
Inisnagement does not trust an\
i mun tbey are Hemline in lu work,
h older to insure lliuil reading Ibe
ashrewd si'lieme is bei/ig lescr-
Ah soon an Ibe mtsii mo lii.iu
blankets ure taken I liafX* "' he Ilia
my, who express them to their nun
at Knterprimi, who laki-K them up
i i:.Il.e. 'lJlil}S I}*.,, men aro colli- j
I M liau)p twelve lllilsji m> the hill I
Ihrlr blankets ii». e.i>e tbey I'll SO tp
pi.iii'lx about, working.
Kuiorpoae may, if they ar« per-1
|n„',tUI  their mine  with   UawiiM,
i extra expense they trill i.aw. in
out their ore would more  iluni
i extra 50,eenta per duy asked, bv
por*. SLOGAN LAKBORR SHIl'MKNTS
tbe   mine*   ti|l up  -\illi  the', 	
itui nie. goi'ig into 'be I'avne :
I Enterprise mine, our old miners     Shipments  r'f «•  ''«" WttWon 'or I »■">>
vhore they can oonmand com-1lh" ,v,,r ,890' ,",H,<■,I ]m T"ns-
ste wages, and thn .tuning pom-1   A" *,,h,,r L8k" ',"i",8 m~>    "
[mininga* Itiese nxeneea for miner* tlm'
I he is herding.   He it  known hpre as a
leirpenler   and   bis   little . knowledge of
tinniiig In. hn« pieked-iip by a tetf davs
pwispecHng in tbe hills at odd limes.
Tliiaputtipeofereen men underground
nn.ler   the   ehargi*.  of   an  it eonipi lent
foreman should he stopped bv law as it
in sure In reanlf in mii'iler or wrident or
i miii-ide. just a* you like to eaU it.
ro:
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TIIE LOCAL LIMIT.
5OOO0O9C
Sloean Oily Hapjienings,
During (he week the 0. P. R. had i
gang of men at work on our wbui
etreiigthenin,; il aud bMCiog lhe oultidi
pile-.
To-morrow, tbe I^ev. Mr. Duncan will
exchange pulpits mth 'be   Kev.  Mi
M Kee, of Slocan City.   Service ae usual
at 7: A j r. >j,
The C. ft Jt. la offering a liberal  rate,
half fare return, to all those who intern
attending lhe liossland VV intei Carnival
•-M-veral frou here will be preset}! to set
•\liat winter is lie this year.
All   wor)t   iq  the Jewelry Itepairii g
ine, lelt at tne .>i, vertoii Drug Store, wn
ie promptly forwarded lo Jacob Dovei
the w-ell-know'ii Xelgon jeweler.    All re
.'uirn are OVAatXtaPD roa OSS i ear.*
Win. Hunter retijnied on Tuesday
rom Phoenix, leaving Al. Reeve ii.
•barge ol the Company's store. He re-
■orts Phoenix as fairly good at preseni
•ut showing signs of becoming quieitr.
Engineer Crosby, of ibe is. Hhicati
i-Ceived last week the sad intelligence o'
he death of his oldest son, a youih oi
wenty years, in Yanrouth, N. S. Hi
uiiny triendahere N)uipatliiiie with bun
ii Ins beieavenieiit.
VV. B. Dodds, of silverion, is among
ne number ol   volunteeis fur Strath
ona'aOun contingent.   Should  he   bt
.ne of tbe accepted, Silveiton can de
p'lic ii| on in-, rendering a good acoom t
I himself.
I.oim! fooili'dliTs are resuming the talk
•I Iho formation of a Slocan Football
'League. It is t.. be hoped that this year
onielhin.,' belter in the way of matches
■.ni be aiiauiod iban the hapbaxard
i.anilL-r uf lust year.
Win Tbo'i psiin, who worked bere some
ime ago .it tbe Nouiiday mice, h.is met
ni;b quite a serious accident hi the Won*
del (ul mine, near Sgndou. Last week,
after be Had touebed oil' bis fuse for a
nlast and was leaving ibe face, one ol
ibe sU.it8 exploded prematurely, the fly-
ing r..rk sliikiug hptarni, breaking if iu
|will be the lo. en.
The shipment   ni   ore   from   Sloean
rlrd by Pnifhtrial Mim.
i Lakepninti   tip to utvl Including  the'
present week, from .Ian. 1, 1W0.
In oo'iipletjiig the group now held ny
the company, te_: adjoining claims were
acquired at a cost ol $88,000, on pracii-
''mIIv a cash b«sis.
Tliin i-oiiip'inr, formerlv known ai  the
... uni    '_.•    it   . ' ■ r .i    two places.
Warner-Miller syndicate, is one o. ftie
stioogest onojpanlea  opft?iting in this|    A party of Sllvrtonlaus attended the
province.   Tbey are at present,  hesides. Miners'   Uniou   Jlasqueiaili:    iu   New
opening op their Immense Kilo group, j Denver,  lu»t  Thursday   evening.   All
'•iieraiing on several.other cluiuis in   ibe ! eiiji.ited ibemse'ves in dancing until  ull
«Hinq district.    They are negotiating for I early hour.   The costumes worn by tbe
somo  Valuable copper   pgiqertiea   near'dancers were ipany   and   varied,   many
Oolden      and    nesr   Kamtoopi,    and [showing that a good deal of  pnins   ha<l
are among the ItMvlsal operators iu the i been gonCbtO in.their preparatinu.
River disttict ot Ontario. Mr j   A 1>-ellpn ani] f<||n„y   |H(H of
  13ran)t0, Mont., have arrived in town j
I ami are slaying for tbo present at the
1 Victoria Hotel.    Air   Kelb'n conies here j
to take the  position  of foreman at the'
What  is   lhe ditrrenco betwen  n j ^'ak. field coi..;e.,trator. wbid. will soon1
clock and tbe works ol a  mining com
(I-'rom our own Correspondent.)
The local members of the Miners'
Union here are kept busy interviewing
I be men coming up from Nelson Xq scab
at the Enterprise mine.
The Miiiers' Union is making grand
preparations for their First Annual Ball,
which is billed for Friday, evening, the*
lOtli. inst, It promises to be one of the
••est yet held in the Slocau. Slocan
Ltke people ure especially invited to,.
u tend.
Some  of  our  citizens   are arranging.
ih"ir affairs in anticipation of a favorable,
answer to their offer of-service in South
Africa.
The SJocjyi Melhodist Chprch have,
innonnced a conceit to be held, here
on Fused iy evening. The naines of several Slivertonians. appear on tbe pro*
.rani
Around the mines things are going oi^.
'iiuch as usual. Both the Arlington and;
the Black I'rincearo. rawbiding ore for.
siiipnieiit, an I development work is
steadily progressiu^ in other adjacent
mines.
Purely Ptrs n i Paragraphs.
Miss O'Donnell is spending a f^w days
in Sandon.
E. M. 1-iinimelmeyer visitedthe Km ily
E ith mine during the week.
SWIff Tuck of Nelson has been spend-;
in_.< a few days in town this week.
M;ss A. Lees, of SAndon, is spending,
a few il-.iv.' in town ihe gr.est of Mrs. .1.
I. Mcintosh.
Thomas I.ow.je has rented the honqe.
f W. Brown and ba^ moved  bis fouiily
here fr.cni Three Forks.
Geor -« Davis and Miss Oma Young,
'■oth of N'ew Denver, were married iu
New Denver on the 20th. ult.
C. T. McClnre, uf Leadville, Colorado,
i« in town visiting bis brotjier, S. C. Mc-
C ure, foreman of tho Galena Minea.
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. McNaught have
returned fanui Slocan Ciiy, und havo
taken up tlii-ir resideuco, again in tbeii
cottage here.
Secret Hagler of the Snndon Miners'
I'nion. '.vim was arrested las' week fhr
in unlawful assembly, appeared l*forn
•ludL'o Lilly last Friday anu bas been,
committed for trial. Ho is now nut under bail oi $1000.
.1    \inlil Iii Hi   Ti'iimsfiB.
THR DIFFERFNCK.
Irom Bosun Landing.
Tons.
.. 40
Tons.
.20
l>o«iin....
Monday word was btoilgbt down , from Silv^rlon
^iilon that epoyicr shipiueqt pf     Kmilv Edith
and Finlaudeia l>ad  been run' —	
he Paynu Mining fMmpany.  Tbis     ..0|,„ lllil)(. manMir, || |, hedged,
litigated by tho ;ie»»  -bat  five ,,„ inu„,r,,, i .,  ,,„r(|0 „| foreigners   to
umber lelt Un party at Kasl... [ work ^ I|lin„    if he haa done so, the
gained some knowledge of the|,(ron., n\m ()f ,,„, ,„„. MlM,|,| reach  ont window, it's tbis wav.    With a
insatthol'ayne.    This  lot   wa»: „,,,! cbistise him severelv.      No gwater.,' when the hands sre going all  rial
xlowfroiuKaaluby Conat.blo j ,m).mv of ,
t .Nelson and Constable  Black of
later.    Much tiie same tttotlo.
aployed in landing this .-reiv h
Intt^not there
could
p.nivf" asked one of the party which
had gathered iu Mcintosh's to discma
wavs and means.
"Because one is w.ound.up to go arnl
the oilier is wound up to quit," venturi d
tbe une nearost the door.
"No," s'lid the Ami speaker, reaching
out and taking the plumpest apple in lhe :
clock.;
IiL,  the I
conreive.l   works s'riki>     With a   mine,   when   tbei
works are going   all   rich!, ll"'
be ready for ils trial run. N. xt soring
the company propose building u bouse
at the mHl fof the foreman, and in the
meanwhile Mr. Kellen und his family
will reside in town.
DON'T Al'OLIGISE.
be
I thnn Ihe man who would dare to brine
down ii|miii this eonnirv tbe intli'iion of Strikl
peopling it   will.    foreigners/'-Nelsoa could get around  ibe mum-.
' Vcii'iiiift
'Oratory is a gift, not an acquirement^
laid ibe pr.oiid politician as he sat down
hands' i|",r :"i hour's harangue.    "I unit   -
And   bef,,re   ibe   proprietor I  tn.i.l,"s:i;.l int} nwti.-r-oi-i'act cuairmaii
ie had  "We're not blaming you.     You didthB|
ukeo another apple ami strolled out.     [ beetioa oould." I
A large number attended ust Wednes
day's meeting of tho Literary S'ocie'y to
hear the "Tennyson" lecture dcliveeett
by the Rev. Mr. Roberts, and Ibe lecture    fully    justified    the   attendance
Thanks to Iho .speaker, tbe evening waa,
voted by all In hav"  been the best yel.
held by the Society.   At intervals during   the evening    the   Orchestra   was
called upon, and one of Tenaygon'a songs
*Swe» t snd Low,"   was sting by Misa.
Pu  ice, of New Denver.      Mr. E. L
Z ui mermen, who ■><ade bis first appear-
an e before > Silverton audience, proveo.
I.iiisetfa violinist mnch above the or-
■ I nary.   His vio in solos were excellent
Before the dose of iho meetiue a vote
id ih nkstiMr Roberts and Mr. 2,103,-,
merman wss pa-* d. T'HE slLVEKTONIAN.
the Hint ft ton ijlk. \ e»++»+*+~*^^ ** i Ox, Course
.Satuiidav,  February  3,  iWOO.
I'VBLleilEP F.VEttY   SATIJRPAY    AT
SILVERTON, li. C.
MATHESON BROS.,      SCditom * Props.
BUBSCRIFTIOS RATES:
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
Syrup of Horehomd & Tolu
37*oi_2.   swore
KOIICK TO  WOUKINCJMKN.
Advertising rates will be made known
upon application at this ofllee.
■*\ii.**,ii*"*i*ii*ii'* ..an*'.;
g   EDITORIAL OUTCROrn^GS.   j
iua a m mm a m iiii^'^'
for for no other purpose apparently ere |     Amotion has been   passed   in   the . _
, I loc'tl Legislature asking for nil corri-   Jirt *****   JL
,11 these demonstrations nnule. | loc'il "»g»»"»; *
, .,! pondence relating to the  unnecessary When" Yon Bleak Tbnse
When ia this going to have an end! I     ^     ,     ^    ^.^  UoPMM kstj Kesujut sli-me   AM
When will Canadians be allowed equal I Muy   by   t,,0_.(,  who   1kI(,   onespired j Look Over   My Snick Ol
privileges   iu the Slooan with  foreign   liotmoos.    The government will proba- i J^ipSS,,     jTOtO
niue owners and English policemen?      bly refund this money.
accos,, d£c
J.I McINTOSH,  : sll.VKRI'ON.B C.
When the   managements  of  minei- i     A   return  bus  been   made   to   the
which are paving big  dividends,   lik. j House of all the correspondence  relit-   _   	
he War E-gle and the B. A. C ,   de- j tin- to theenforenient  „f the 8-Hour       f)|g MIATRTONMN.   t'2  .. year
Owing to a rcdiiciion in minera' *-at.
c.itised bv Iho enforcement of the el .1
hour law, the miners are nil idle .u,,| n
j mines have  shut down.   Then-fore u||
j woi'kliiL'inen nre 'i"iuhy warned to 1,^..
jtiwiiy fiom   tbe Slocan  and   Koot»im.
countrv, Biiii-di Columbia, until firMeni
,' UollbliW ine   amicably -settled   betWW(ft
■ niine owners and miners.
[siiiiilon   ft  C.      W. L  Ifuiiter.
June 3nd. 1809,        Secretary Hutniuf
Miners' Union
.1. M M. Benedum,
I'rei. Silveiton
.1.1. Mcintosh,
f»eeietiirv,    Bltvesto,
Miner*' Union
M. l:
The change in the sire  and  make
lare that tbey will be  forced  to close | »»*.    The bulk of this correspondence,
_:«l)ieh   proves   to  have   been   a  very
It-n^thy one, soloes naturally from tin-
down unless  the  S-Iiour law  be ri
' pealea,*our legislators are justified   i
O
•1
% :•; iifii(ii|iiiiricrs For Miuing Bey j,
up of Thb Silvertonian this  weekL^^g their petition with a good Slooan. where the most interest  was,
has been made necessary owing to on 1 d  i( of M.9pi,.i(mi n,„| when they  see ! fel; in tlu' afiV"''     Among   ibum are :
extra  pressure   cn   our   advertising • suc|,  ,,iines as  tbe Gopher ond   the 1101110 from Silverton   and   many   from
space.   We have discarded the -patent | Monte Christo among the  petitioners, j Sandon.
inside" and our next move will be  to j 'hey can then fairlj judge the genuine-1
resume the old me of The Silver
tonian, keeping it all homo print. Wt
hope to do this within a few weeks,
and will ask the indulgence of our
readers in thc meantime.
The sending of provincial policemen
to act as esoorts to bodies of foreign ers
entering this secti in of Hritish Columbia is an insult to tin men of this
locality that will cost the government
nominee many votes in tbe next provincial eleotion.
Although {or the pint eight months
there has been a tight between mine-
owners and miners, waged Sternly by
both the opposing parties,   in  110  in—
ness of the various clauses of petition
The Gopher, Monte Christo, Home-
stake and Robert. E. L*B nre sortie of
the mines praying for relief from the
8-Hour law, which have not worked
since thc passing of the Law, nor for
some time previously.
These nre some of the thirty eight
mines which the Nelson Miner says
have proved t/iie evil of thn ^-Hour
law.
The citizen of Sandon are endeavoring to bring about a meeting between
the Mine Mannisers and the Miners
Union, at which both sides may state
their case and the present trouble
between them can be talked over, in a
friendly  manner, to seo   if there    in
THK   Ml'M'AL  MAIiKKT,
New York, Jon. 31.—Bur Silver, 69#u
Lake copper,  $1*5 DO.
Lead—The linn that lixen tbo selling
price for miners and smellers qnots lead '
ut $4 45 at the close.
TBE 5
VICTORIA j
•i
HOTEL.
KVRYTHI.VG NEW, N'};.V|
ANI»  UP-TO-DATE
TABLE UNSURPASSKD IS
THK NOLTflWEST.
JR0WE8 & H\uUm,   Pn.p«.
.s 1 lv ertos, k »,.
14
•>
o
SILVERTON PUBLIC SCHOOL.
The   standing   01 the pupils for Ihei
mouth of January in as follows:
l£oEonald^ XdiiTroxy
3t©Tfole.
ROOD SADDLE AND PACK MtOKSKS  VOU   HlltK   AT   RR_V*OSiM4|
ATKS A GENLRAL I I.IKiltT AND Tlt.VNSIKIi BVilKEtM lajfcK
not some mode of settlement that wil.
Stance   has  there  been   any   attempt I be tair and reasonable  to   both sides.
made at violence on   tho side  of  the i There is no doubt but that misunder-
In their (standings have arisen on both sides
and such a meeting would straighten
these out and pave «.he way to a
complete understanding which would
great majority, thc miners.
struggle they have scrupulously obeyed
the lawa and have gained   au enviable
V Bender.
IV Reader.
Ill Reader.
II Reader.
II Primer.
1. Addie Horton,
•J. Alice Calbick,
it. Inez. Calbick,
1. Marie Cross.
1. Fay Klliott,
8. Jsnet Barclay.
0. Mamie McDonald
1. Maggie Barclay
!_.. Harry Wheeler
1. Harry Carey
Oiitelde Parties Desiring lbuses in Kilverimi
Cn.11  Have Them   Reaerved By Writing To—
t + t t + t t
a. p. Mcdonald.
PILVKRTON. - • w f.
MINING   AND   COMMERCIAL   MKN   MAKK THfc'K
HEADQUARTERS   AT   THK
reputation   for   themselves    through  resu)t j„ th„ parting up of our mines !
their conduct iu this trying time. Now
these men, who have been styled by a
hostile press as "lawless dynamiters'
and "murderous anarchists", who have
shown their faith in the oft boasted
•'British justice*' by appealing to the
law to uphold theiii   in their rights,
with union men and that good felling
would be restored between iirinagi r
and miners, that is so necessary to the
successful working of a mining
property.
Toe mine managers have  offeied   o
pay i?3.25 per dav, with   certain  con- '
Hit inns attached, and the miners   have'
must see the Alien Labor law broken I offered to work for 93 25 per day, also 1
by the  mine owners  in   connivance under ,prU[a condition-, so that we
believe that  if  they   would come to- j
1. George Horton
2. Jciinic Barclay
I l'riuiei. list Division)
l. Bertha Barker
'2nd Division)
George H»rton
Willie White.
Grace Cross.
Chart Class
Mai y Hyland.
■liuimie Hyland.
May GsBTnVDX Duncan.
Teacher.
Thorburn
House
l'|> Tu Half Sfrvie*.
GRANT THORBURN,   Pmf
M1.V1 RION. 1   0
THE WILLIAM HUNTER
COMPANY.
with the provincial government, which
supplied provincial constables with
English accents to guard thu lawbreakers and their men from the law-
abiding citizens.
The right of freo speech even   is
threathened, and we hear of  injunctions being applied for to prevent the j
miners from addressing imported men !
in public places.
All the dirty work, all the lying, all
tbe law breaking has been confined to
una party in the eight hour struggle,
and yet this is the very party at whose
gether and talk the matter over, surely
some method could be found to arrive
at the happy medium between their
two offers- and the Slocan would be
saved the disgrace of having the sium
of the earth imported and dumped
upon us.
Reports from Victoria go to show 1
what a precarious hold on the Treasury
benches the Government party have, i
Their one doubtful member, Prontice, j
blocks their program as he wishes and j
there are none among the Ministers '
who dare rebuke him.    A? it  stands
disposal the provincial police force has} to-day, our government is powerless
been put. Our taxes go to support a It0 carry out ftny 1,n'' of P0'1^' Tl,e
lorce tu bv used by foreign mine own
ers aa a means of goading the  local
mii.ers into some breach of the peaoe,
country would welcome a dissolution,
The electors would return a government which would not be subject to
the caprice of any one of its members.
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iiiijipy \    "America,  Germany   and  England,"
I IM" O j mused   the   diplomat.    What
v.. C.
aigle's Black-
ii   grand
1 combination they would be together."
".lust like a tugbost engine," said the
i great lumber merchant.
,     'In what nay, sir?"
"Triple expansion.
norm
smith Shon.
and Rijmlrii!? Dour.
;>m;rt horse
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(f. CORDON,
NOTARY   ITl'.l.K'.
|vii;i't»\,     -    -    -    r. <
Stubb—Wonder why the Germans
celebrated the beginning ol the twentieth
ceniiiry one year in advance of any
Other cation ?
Teu—They were u little oi vious ol
the French. You know tho Parisians
hnve a reputation for being ahead ol
time.
j .m McGregor
PROVINCIAL   LAND-   SURVEYOR
AND MINING ENGINEER.
SLOGAN cri'Y,     U. 0.
|S INN OTT k 0 DONNELL.
1 'RI I OH lilts  \.N|) PACKERS,
Cuiittacis large ur Mnall luktni
And prottiptlv attended lo.
llimogli Tlie Week.
Now that an exchange has given  the
wi, oie thing away there can  be no harm
ii'iiie in publishing lhe following secret
work of the newspaper press association I
The entersign consists o( three kicks ou
I he sanctum door, which will be given
with deliberation. You will then remove
your hut and iidyaiicn  to tho centre of
the room.    Place your right hand inside
your puntu pocket,  thumb and    finger
tightly clasping two silver dollars; extend the arm and drop  the dollars into
the outstretched palm of tlie editor, and
at tho same time say,"Send your  paper
tome."     Tbe editor in  response  will
murmur "Thank yon," after which you j
will be seated nnd tell him all you know I
in the way of news.    If it should happen ',
Ihat you Were without silver dollars,  try '
paper ones.
Said one Silverton man to a companion, "Did you ever see a Scotch nig*
ijer?"
"No," replied tile other, "but I know
a Yankee with an English accent,"
ll Such papers as  the  Freemen's  La
bor Journal of Spokane  wish to do anv
radical cnn.l, they would  publish   leP8
iboilt tbe Trauavaul  war,   which  only I
.lives ihein u chance to display a little
cheap wit. and devote some space to  the
S'aruiug of miner* away from Ihn Slocan.
That  is  a  mailer   thut   touches    them i
closely.
A ! 11AJJJ) Of
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GENERAL
MERCHANTS.
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the  following record  of ibe failures in
I Canada  lor   I89fl  und 18M.   The total
-hows  a   urntifriust   decrease,   khowing
that Canada has bad   ber chare  of the
I prosperity    ol    _S90.   The   failures   in
Ami t_t:\KitAi. Ri.al Esi'ATK Ackntb   Monnfucttirinx were818 in '89, uh com-
HlabloH ii.JSII.VERTO.N, 11. 0,
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Ik Oold Plain, Engine turned and
fngroved — Thn  Jun.   Ross  Qlled
me,  - Tke Deul^r lilled cues. -
be Imperil! 25 year cases. — Lad
ft solid gold   wat-bes   with plain
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HE POPULAR AND BEST AMERICAN MADE, LOW PRICED
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Cull iinil get pric.'ii at
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THE JEWELER.
NELSON, B.  0.
ATTENDED   TO
15 irvher Smit of tbo Traimvaal, alone on
ibe kopj.-'t- crest—
Beneath, in the mud, in a pool of blood—
a raxaetl bole in  t1 e breast—
A gio.n and u  chill—a fevtrchUl—a'
prayer for a soldior'a rest. '
i
Burgher Smit. of the Transvaal, in the
beat nl Ihe tropic snn,
H d stood that dav ihro* lhe tleadl* fray
lo bis rock and bis belching i-'iin
Willi only a hope to guard the slope till;
the 14'im assault was done.
And Burgher Smtt ol the Tranauaal bad ,
winked h-s bearl'-. ibsin—
lie bad held bis own on bis rncU-ribbe''
throne thro' the  storm of sleel and
fire-
He bad proved his heart a worthy part i f
the heart of his   tiekkiii); sire!
But Burgher Smitofthe Transvaal felt
a band oi ire at his soul:
He saw, or tie felt, his native veldt, with
its ocean-dip and roll-
He  looked   Ihro'   tlie niuht and saw the
light  stream out  from   bis  "htmi-
botiw" knoll.
Aud   tbere  lie   hiiw   bis Utile ones— he
heard tbeir mothers call—
Ae best she can, like her own good man, I
she works in the cattle kraal—
But her heart is away, the long, long dap,
•way o'er the mountain wall!
But Burgher Smit ol the Transvaal shall
come no mote to his owu!
He has cone thc  road  thai  his fathers
trode—he   ban   trekked  to the last
Unknown—
And the lather above, iu juBliie and lovu !
shall   reap   what   those bands   have
son ii !
—John Jetunit! Rodney.
RETAIL STORES AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir.  Kaalo,   Sandon
New Denver. Cascade City, Grand Fork.,, Slrda^
Midwav and Greenwood.
MAILORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED l6.>..
HEAD   OFFICE NELSON, B. O.
'H
THE MAIN TRAIL RUNS PAST THE DOOR OF
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BAR   FURNISHED WITH THK   BEST   BRANDS OF   WINKS,
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the silvertonian THE SILVERTONIAN-.
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STYLISH GOODS?
THAT IS UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING WITH
TH^ PRICE SOMEWHERE NOT ALTOGKTIJr
ER OUT OF SIGHT.
IF .JO DROP IN   AND   MAKfl YO.UR   SELKC-
TiON FROM MY SHELVES.      FIT AND FINISH
CURAVTEED,   OV ERCOA,TINGS JUST IN.
Tlie Tailor:  Silverton;D* C!
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CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE:— "Exchange," "Bbokkr."
"UtiDR" and'"Ciwim* No. 2" Mineral
Claims; situate in the Arrow Lnke
Miiiinc Division of U ent Kootenay
District.
Whero located:—Ou the north side of
Cariboo creek, about   on* half mile
north   ot the   Millie  Mack   Mineral
Claim.
Take notice that I, J. D Anderson. P. L
H, of Trail, B C . adWmi as agent for H*
E. Forster, Fren Miner's Certificate No
3B0M. and H. C. Pollock,  Free  Miner's
Certificate No. ul35£6   intend ii sty day a
liom the date hereof, toupply Xotbr Mining Recorder lor a Cenifiente of Iir.—
proveroei)(s, ton the pui pose ' of obtain
lug Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take uotic     that    action
under section 37,'must   -ie commenced
before the immune* of such   Citrtifieates
of Improvements
Dated Ibis 8th dav of September. A. KV
1890.
,-
.1. D. Amniwis.
21 I If | 99.
FOR CRACKED OR SORF
HANDS. Fi'R USE AIjrER SHAVING. AN EXCELLENT HEALER OF
CUTS OR BURNS.   Price 25c.
THJS    PREPARATION     IS
BEYO>D  DOUBT  THE  FINEST OF
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ITS KIND ON THE MARKET.   ALL
Nelson, it,tine *8 ngeir for tlie S
Liik'- Gold,.and Sii ver Mines, Limited.
Free Ml ner,a Certificate No b14,25"). Intend sixty days from the date hereof In
iinplv io the Mining Rcc rder for Certificates of Improveinent. for the purpose
ot obtaining Clown Grants of thea*bove
claims.
Aud fin "h'r take uolieo thpt lit tion
tinder section 37, must be oomiquneed
before the Issuance of such Certificates nf
Iiniii'ovnieiilM
Dated Uiis 14th day of November, 1899
E. C. Grken, P. L. S.
25-11-99
Lilac Cream
NOTICE:— " Exchange, Silver Platk.
Skoccu, Victorja No, 4 and Wasia
Miners! Claims j situate iu the Slocan
City Mininif'Divlsion of West Kootenay
District.
Where located s—Weat of Dayton
Creek, a mile soulh of Springer creek.
Take notiee that I, J. Murray McGregor,
acting ae m:eiit for the New Gold Field-'
of BritiritColumbia, Limited, Free Min
lira Certificate No. n2129", intend sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder fpr a Certifies.!- ot
Improvement's, for the purpose of obtaining aOrnivn Grant of iln- .il.i.vo cla'.ms.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of sucb   Certificate o
fcuptoveineiite.
^Duted this 21st day of September, 1899.
3: M. McGrfoor.
E5 1 9 I »l>.
LUCK IT WHO TRY*
•**********•.
Perhaps
Price LOC
■—-P.
CERTIFICATE OK IMPROVEMENTS
Nonca:—"BuRHsma" Mtperal Claim,
situated    in'  the     Slocan      Mining
Division   of West Kootenay  Di.itlicit
Where located:—On Four Mile Cieek, I
about three and a half miles from its   T . ..,,
month. |1.AK.I_.
Take Notice that I. Francis 3. O'Reilly
of Silverton. Free Miner's Certificate No
814996. as sirent for Tbe Wakefield Mines
Limited, of Silverion. Free Miner's Cnr-
tlficate No. 13932b, intend sixty duys
Iprim the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder foi a. Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose ot ob
taining a Crown Grant of the above
•laim.
And further take notice that  action
ondr section 37, must  be commenced
before the issuance ol  such   Certificate
oi Improvements,
' Dated this 10th day of Novemlier, 1H99
Franois 3\ O'Rkiii.y.
IS I 11 199
THE MANY SUDDEN
CHANGES IN THE WEATHER Has
GIVEN YOU A COLD. TRY HORK-
HOUND AND TOI.U.   Price 25.'.
SYRUP OK HOREHOUND
AND TOLU IS KNOWN Tp MANY
WHOM IT HAS CURKD. IT HAS
KNOWN NO FAILURE8. SOLD UNDER A GUARANTEE. Price 20c.
Sola
AT   THE:
JSilvertoix f|ure
Drug: lintfiiN ind
Stojr©.     (ibiiiidils Kept.
IVE,  BLL^ERTOM, B. 0.
Mr. Dojiloy, «n the Grippe.
i
From The Chicago Journal.
Mr. Dooley  was discovered making a
seasonable beverage, consisting of one
part syrup, tt\o parts quinine, and fifteen
pints stroni! water.
"What's the mutter?" asked Mr. Mc-
! Keniiii.
j "I have t)i' lab JR-rip." said Mr Dooley
•blowing his nose' und wiping his eyes.
I "Bad cess toil'.' Ob. ipv poor buck! 1
j feel ns it.adrahy had run over it. Did ye
liver hnve it?   Well, ye'er lucky.   Ye'er
! a lucky man.
"I wintto McGuite's wab> Ins'  week.
jThey   gave   him ' u dacent siwl-ofl".   No
portlier.   An' himsilf looked natural, as
fine ii Corps  aa  iver Gavin iayed out
Gavin tould me bo himself.   Ho was a-
'proud iv MoGuIra as it he owned him.
j Krciched   bull'   ib' town to look nt him,
i an' give ivry  wai>. iv  ihim eaids.    Hi
I near   frigblened   ol'  nmn Dugiiii into u
1 ' '" ! faint.   'Mlsler Dugan, how old it are ye';'
'Sivinty-five, thank* lie.'   snys   Dugan
•Thin,'   says. Gavin,   'laky   wan  lv UH
curds.'be.says.   'Ijiiopa yu'll not forge'
me,' he Buys.
'" ("'.van there I cot the lalt grip. Lusle-
Wlse, it is mv opinion iv   it.   tlpiiigh tin
doctor fills Lswoliow.ed tt,hUg.   It dnn.'t
sepni   right,   Juwn,  I'r iii' McG'iiis is u
clane faiu'I.v ; but ill'   doctor   snys a Im.
got into me system.   'What sortivbuiiY
sits I.    'A lab giip bug,' be snys.    'Ye
bave Mickrobes in ye'er lom;s.' he saya,
•What's lliiin?'says I.    'Thiin'a the lull
grip buss,'aayalie.   'Ye look   wan  in.
and warmed it,' he   says;   'tin'   it   bin-
gnwed an' multiplied till  ye'er system
does he full iv' tbim,' he savs,   'millmm
iv tbini.' be says, 'tnnrchiii' an coiintci-
intucbin'lbi'O'.igb ye.'   'Olory be to tin
saints!' says I.   'Hinl  I  better swallow
some insect powder?' Isuys.    'Some i\
tliitji ill my bend has a fiillin' ont, on' is
throwin   bricks.'    'Foolish   man,'   sav>
he.   'Go to bed," he says, 'an lave tbim
alone,'he says.    'Whin  they   find who
tbey'ra _n, he sa\s. 'they'll quit ye.'
"So I wint to bed, an' wailed while lb
Mickrobes had fun Willi me. Mundiil
all iv tbim was quiet but tbim in nn
Btuininick. They Mined up late diinkin
nn' crousiu' a"' dancing )lgs till wurrtls
come np tie ween th' Kerry Mtokrohei
nit'tlii-iii from Wexford; an' the whtib
party went over to me left  lung,  where
tbey   colli.!   get   the air, in.' bud i: out.
Th' nex' day the tittle Mickrni.es made
a (ubo»g..n s ide iv- me spine; an' iiiuiie-
time some Mickrobes that was wuikiii1
I'r ibe ti'.lipbuiie comp'ny got it in tbeir
heads that nie legs was poles, an' put nil
tbeir spikes an'climbed all night long
"Ttie> was tireil oul tb' next day till
aliOUl livn o'clock, whin Ihlm 'hat Wpt
in mo head began fliishin' out tb''room>,
an' I knew there waa goin to ho duin's
I ip the top. flit. What, did; tbim Mick
robes do but invite all tbe other Mirk
robes in f'rtb'ev'nin'. Tbey ail come.
Oh, by gar, they was not one of I hem
stayed away.   At six o\ lock tbey legan
to move fi'm me shins to m'e throat
Tbey come in platoons an' squads un'
tthroves, Some iv tliltn brought along
br ss hands, nn' moio thin wan hundred
thousand lv Hum dlirove through me
pipes on dbrays. A llirolley line waf
sturled tip me buck, an' iver.v cur run
into a wiigonload iv scrap hull lit lh' base
iv file skull.
"lb' Mickrobes in me bead must 'iv
done tbemsilves proud, I.vrv.leiv ininvits
tb' kids 'd be t-int out with tbe can, un'
I'd sny to nicsell: 'Thoie tliey go,
carrying.!he thrade t'> Schuari/.ineihter's
becii'ise I'm sick nn' can't wait on tbim.
I was daffy, Jnwii, d'ye mi'id. Th1 likes
iv me fillili' a pitcher I'r a ll tie boy-bUd !
.Sucb librciiin.i! An ihey bad 11 glllliU lv
forty-live; an'lhere was wan .Mu.'luobn
I bill   bulled   10   play    Uie   gililin   in tb'
County Tipp'rary, wheru 'tis playud.uii
stone, ail' ivry nine he led tin -iiui* he'd
like tu knock mu bund off, '\yjuwe
ibiick ii thai?1 laiva ib' Tipp'iui.v Miuk-
rubo, "T:« nunc.' ."-uis iir ltd heiidod
Ali it robe fro in ii' County Itcdcniumoii,
Ihey lipi'id over ih'chairs an1 tuhlua:
n', in less liiue thill it lakes io tell, tbe
aholep.iity was ut it,   They'd   beou  u
in on' game Hi Un- back iv ine skull, ni.
tbn young.fulks wu» danciti' breakdown-,
.iu     li .i \ lu'     le|'|iiii'     in,ii.lie.     in    lie
[ureheaU; butuieyulltl pped tn mix ln
OU, 'twus a.grand bbiiidia—tin iiiiilion.-
iv ineii,   wiimeii, Hn oluidiier roHiiu'on
li'Hum, hands, an'feet  goin',  lt:e.plt'»*
nd bill im'sticks, claim,  brickbats,  no'
h-er kiies fluili' III th'   air!    How   iiiuiij
iv tlilin was kilt I i iver knew; I'r I   wa>
is daft us a I en, an'ilhreHint Iv organ-
tin'n   Miikrolie   Csnipsl.-il  Club' thai
i "iiId sweep lh! piiin' lea, an' nun be ui
acrpst an free boland.   Whiii 1 woke m
•tl • legs *m»h. weak BS ll dai old la'i>'
in' lue poor head imply as a Oobob'l
puree. I .unit no more lv Hum. 'ii i
ine anny bug fi'm a Oockroucb to ,
ayide save su' exolpt lltim VVeat i
.rei ind 1 eninni, lh*   Mlesrnliee."
Ilsljilialnl IVniiii's (11111 lit of   (iiiiil
Tu Cure a Cold In   One
Day.      Contains   the New   .
Ingredient.     Tkt It.
PRICE-,!*,«,   At All DmgKiHis
^A^iytet^yt^y^ivij^MVMy^vvi
aj«XvII_s:qxoix
HOTEL,
-U*g
C^nvunienlly Situated near the
Railway Wal ton a-id Wharf.
GOOD, HE It V ICE COM FOKTA11&
ROOMS.
uuib-t ih* charge ol
Dining   Room
Miss Ida Carlisle
ifiblea supplied with all the dell
of the seaaon.
HENDERSON k GETHING, - rwotw.
SLOGAN  CITY,
EC.
*9mm
FIRST        O* Slooan eit^r
ANNUAL   min^rs^
BALL.^> uniox,
Thrill "be ih-eld. irL
SCKOLCBEKG-'S
CEBTIFICATE OK [MPROVBMEKT8
NOTICE :— "Tigku" "Dkahwood"
"BL*_«b,'HoWAFX>1FKAt:Tms" and "Ti-
tsr.t KKiUlU'H' Miiaial Claims, situate
to the Klocan City Mining Division, of
UVsiJiiooicia^y District
Where locatfe«l:-0n divide between
NflHhJfPtfc Lemmi.Ceek and Bprinuer
<Ueek about 7 miles from Slocan Citv
'lake Notice thnt I.  F.  C. Oreen, of
ON
 IN siAiCAN CITY	
FRIDAY EVENING,    FEBRUARY 16th,   1900.
Supper -^S.C5Q j
ALL COKDIALY INVITED TO A IT END.
COAIE AND. HAVE A GOOD TIME. |
Tlie estim-iteil
ptotlnctipi
of gold ii
i ii- miibl .muni'
l8Wis;
Cini' irie-
lS'.S
1!_!19
Nor b A iiciica •
I'nited Slates
^6" n«_? 4.10
1724*3 08
Uaniida
13 700 CC0
18,049 59
N'ew i> iindland
112.010
H2.011
VIexle..
8,23 • 731
9.277;« l
Central America
,ri2.->,0i«i
.')2."i.iKH.
S nl,, Ann il>u
\i"ientiua
n;4 0n;
314 " 7
Bolivia
832.3C0
332 300
it sail
'-Til l.<!7
'.' 0   .ti:)7
Chile
I.-J07 6S3.
l-.k'7 Mi'.i
i'..' iinlil i
o 70).0iHj
.j 7n(i 000
'ipindor
132 400
132 4 o
Tbe Guianaa
:i.8:-l loO
3^44.062
Pern
20o 887
203, ^27
Unignay
:!Ra0«
:.h 5in;
Vi nrznela
814,067
um 067
Ei) rope:
Auatrla
44(927
102.000
lliin^Hry
2,038,909
S Q88.9B8
France
ItXSX ; M
183,430
Germany
1.892 llti
1.07H ,"_.•>:;
Italy
2i0 014
218.862
Norway
10 801
10.301
l»'ll.S>«ill
24,731 (ILS
21,072 344
Spain
-74.4so
274 480
Sue-den
75 299
10.1.318
Turkey
7.975
7 975
United Kingdom
27.8SO
6.4'JC
Asia:
Chinu
0,5-y.l9i)
Ct,64I 19'»
India '.British;
7.765 817
8.49S.C71
Japi.n
713 tOO
713 WO
Korea
1,094.(00
1.094.(K'0
Malay IVniiiBtiln
518,760
610.760
Hornet
100,000
100,000
Africa
South African
Republic.
78,070,701
73.108.WK)
Rhodesia
433 0s2
1,110 953
West Const
72.1248
7:-0f4-i
Milling .scar
•liOubO
40 i 000
Ausiralusia, 7cnL
82  W 481
78 082 i7l
Toials             s.rtJ..-47,7i'H .|
313,264 46H
SINGLE
FARE
RETURN
     TO,   - -
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A O E N T,S   AND %. V R 8 E R H»
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SELL TICKETS,   Frby  12th, iSth,
Uth,   ir.th aud   lf'th.
I.iini|ing  going   portion '<*
date of  aalu,    and   tettiru
portion nood tu leave Rosa-
land    up    to   Feby   Igtli,
For Sale or Rem
lln.fl In Silwrlon.
GQQD LOQ\TION.
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