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VOL  l.i No. 40.
SLOCAN,   B.   0.,   FEBRUARY   15,   1901.
$2.00 PER ANNUM.
rders for all
Kinds of Job Work
Quickly Attended to:
lie Drill, Slocan
Dealers in Fresh and Salt
Heats, Vegetables and Provisions. Goods shipped to
any part of the Slocan.
Highest cash price paid for
raw Furs.
B. C.
Do you.
-u.se groceries ?
We carry everything in this line, the best
the market affords and at lowest
Our aim is to please and wo would solicit
a share of your patronage
W. T. Shatford 6c Co., General Merchants.
Slocan, Vernon, Fcirvis-w, and Camp MeKinnov, 11. 0.
Victoria I-Iotel.,
SLOCAN,   B.   C.
Has ample accommodation for a large number of Quests and supplies the best of
everything in the Harket.
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
Offers up-to-date, accommodation for the
Public. It is the home of Travelling,
Commercial, and Mining Men.
QETHING & HENDERSON, - Proprietors.
Hotel Slocan,
Slocan, B. C, is under the
Sill ai Personal Mapint of Jeff Bali,
Who is ever ready to make life pleasant for those
who tarry within a while with him.
Is reached by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
Do not go  past its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
THE REPUBLIC IS QONE | ••■£ the ownership of a half interest j vious car and establish a new record
in tlie Native Silver fraction, nrljuin i Altogether 16J tons was in the car,
injuf the Arlington, has appealed [realizing: 235 oz silver and 6 J per
against the recent judgment confirm-1 cent lead per ton. The net receipts
ing Manley to his interest, The cast', from the smelter,after paying freight
came up in the supreme court at Nel-'and treatment charges, was $2400.
C. Dempster, of Uosslsssid, B*8GOY6l tlss*
Propes-ty—Dssal Psst Tbroagb lsy Win.
Hstrrls-WIll be Actively Words-si
This Summer by Purchasers.
Another mining deal of prominence
has been put through in this section,
making the liftli since the opening nf
tho new year. The property to
change hands this time is the well
known Republic group, situated on
Erin mountain, and two miles from
town. Dave Sutherland and Tom
Montgomery were the owners, having
held the claims for five years.   Em
braced in the group are the Republic,
American Eagle, Bonanza and Bell
Early last week C. Dempster, of
Rossland, visited tho property, having been prevailed On by W. Harris.
A thorough inspection was made and
the deal closed. It waa for cash and
amounts to several thousand dollars,
though t.ho exact consideration is
held private. Work will be com
menced on thc property as early as
possible in the spring and continued
throughout the summer.
The Republic lias been before the
public ever since its staking, by reason of its close proximity to town and
the high grade of its ore.    There are
twoleadsrunningthrough the ground
both carrying pay ore.    These have :
been opened up i:i numerous places, j
with   satisfactory   results.    On  the!
main vein a shaft has  been sunk 70;
feet, disclosing a 10-inch pjivstreak of
sulphide  ore.   Three   yoafs *W,'0 a j
shipment of 18 tons was mado from
the shaft, and the returns were over i
lf)5 oz. of silver, with small gold >*al
ues.   The property is conveniently
located and reached hy a goo I trail, j
and can be worked at all seasons.
That section of country lying between Springer and Twelve Mile
creeks is serried with numerous rich !
veins, all well do lined and m-st uf]
•.In in snowing pay ore. Tlio Phoenix,
now being worked so strocessfnlly. Is
In the same locality with thcRcpub
lie; while thc Erin, Standard, 1 X L, j
Sloean Boh and Rainbow, and many :
Other claims, forma network of pro
uiislng prospects very hard to equal.
son last fall and resulted in a verdict
for tlie plaintiff.
Appended is a resolution which requires no explanation. It has just
been  received bv the local Miners'
The previous car gave 224 oz and
the first one 217, so it will be seen
that the ore is steadily improving.
a genekovs ofpkr.
Editor Drill:
Sir,—I wish  to inform all needy
Union, and is indicative of the strong j people ofthe town that I will gladly
feeling of hrc-therhood pervading the j furnish them with fuel for the balance
entno organization:
Randsburg, Cal., Jan. 26, 1901.
Whereas, Victoria I., Queen of England and Empress of India, has passed away, be it
Resolved: that this Union extend
fraternal sympathy and condolence
to our brethren of the W. P; of M.
who are citizens of the British Empire in their profound national sorrow;
Resolved: that we express our admiration for the immaculate purity
and womanly virtue that adorned the
long and eventful life of Her Majesty
as a sovereign, wife and mother,thai
will forever remain the richest and
most glorious heritage of the English
Resolved-, that thc foregoing be
spread upon the minutes of this Un-
Last Yesir's 8siipm«nts Were ZB4T Tonn-
A II.-isltliy Evidence of tbo Lifo sunt
Wealth of the Camp-Arlington tlio
Biggest Shipper.
Three properties figure in the ore
shipments this week, one of them being a new shipper. The Arlington
sent out its usual quota of SO tons.and
of the winter free, rather than have the Enterprise 20, with another car
them go to the bother and trouble of
packing it awnv from the Music
Slocan, Feb. 0, 1901.
Kami Carnival.
Tuesday evening's carnival at the
rink, for the benefit of the band, was
an even greater success than the pre-
vious effort, There was a large number of fancy costumes displayed.
The prize-winners were: Lady's costume, Miss Edwards; gent's, Dan
Nichol; girl's, Lottie York; boy's, W.
Wilson; best lady skater, Mrs.Pavne.
Among those in costume were: .Mrs.
Arnot, snowball; Miss Bennett. Black
Diamond; Miss Edwards, Evangeline;
The Message of Grief.
•^^•^•*^*5-*5r-*5f:***?-5*<:*r*.- ^^9^V9^^9^99^
to •    •    e    •    •
to Woe In the heart of Britain,
iav And over the whole wide world,
jlr Wherever the flags of the Empire
'IN Ever have been unfurled.
i^ Listless those. Hags are drooping,
ii{ Hnng at a low half mast,
at For the greatest soul ofthe Empire now
"y Has out ef the Empire passed.
;I; Sixty years and more—
*.y 'the length Of her sovereign reign;
*fj\ Pence, and little of war,
j& Ard much of a nation's gain.
/sj\ Sadness over tbe nation,
jU. Ar.d under the seas 'tis sped —
jL The messaeo, that tells to Britons
'j* The word that their Queen is dead.
/|\ Sadly the news is taken
/R By hard, brdYiZfd men af;ir:
JL From up in the land ofthe Midnight Sun
W To under the Southern Star.
on the dock. Tho new shipper is tho
Chapleau, which forwarded to Nelson 15 tons, 12 of which was concentrates. It is the first shipment made
by the new company. Besides this,
there has been a certain amount of
bullion sent, out, $1500 worth having
been taken to Nelson Wednesday.
At the dock is a carload each from
the Speculator and Black Prince,
which will go forward next week.
For the week 115 tons was exported,
bringing the total for the year to 715
Last year the exports from this division amounted to 2<347..tons, made
up from 10 properties. Following ia
a list ot the shipments this year to
Two Friends	
..       80
filack Prince	
Bondholder      ...   .
I'hsis-isix ImprovlQsT*
J. D.  Charlton,   assistant general
passenger agent of the Northern Pacific, located at Portland, was here:
on Thursday.   He came in to inspect,
the  Phoenix group, on Erin mountain, which is betOT developed under]
the  management of T. S. Dunbar.
Mr.   Charlton   was   delighted with
what lie saw and  has assured thi
management of ample funds to carry '
on development.   The main drift is
in 140 feet, about 40 of which is di-,
rectly on the  lead.   The ore is run j
ning iu lenses and there is now two
feet of thc solid article in the breast.
During the week almost all on- has
been taken out, there being now two
carloads piled up on the dump.   The ! i
grade ui the mineral is Increasing,
running $r_'."i to t!i» ton.   No ship
ments will be made at present, all effort being concentrated upon development     The force  numbers live
men, but three more arc to be added
in a day or two,
Klllfil liy Trsnss Car.
A distressing accident occurred al
Alamo last week,by which H d Cam
eron, foreman of the Idaho tramway,'
lost his life, tie went up the line toI
loosen a blocked car and then Jumped
on behind. When near the anowshod
an axle broke and the car ninned him
against the corner ol the shed, Both
dropped from there to the ground, ■
distance of 80 feet. Cameron's body
was utmost cut in two and his right |
leg all smashed uii. lb'lived but R
short time after the accident. De j
ceased was buried at New Denver on
Friday morning. Ceo. Hughes, mgr
ofthe Idaho, having assumed all the
expense. Cameron left a wife and
four, residing at Three Forks, and i
they are utterly prostrated. He was1
a fine fellow and known to many.
Mliss-ri' I "lull Hull.
Tonight the second  annual ball of i
the Miners' Union will be held In the
Music Hall.    The committee have
been untiring in  their efforts to get I
things in shape and they are certain
of success,   An orchestra beaded by
Mr. and Mrs. Adcock will furnish the
music, which will bo ofa high order. \
Dancing  will commence at 0 sharp
and continue till morning! with nnj
elegant feast at midnight.
Ap'is ulril   111,'   OSIOi
.1. Frank Collom, as defendant In
tho case of Manley vs, Collom, all's- -t
Rich in a people's love,
Throned In the heart ofa race;
Hope fixed high above,
Queen in a queenly place.
Canada bears the message,
In cities that throb with life.
And tho pang comes home to her people,
Sharp as a cutting knife.
And swift away to the westward
Flashes the news again,
O'er prairies, and foothills, and mountains and lakes,
To sadden ll.e hearts of men.
Gentle of hand and heart.
Firm, with a royal will;
Queen, with a queeulv art.
Blest with a womanly skill.
Over the earth it passes,
Swift as a thought to reach
Lands thai are little opined,
Men with an alien speech.
Red men and black men hear it,
And. half In awe. thev tell
How tho "(1 resit Mother" has gone awav
From thc children who loved her well.
Glorious, leavenlv lot.
Naught of the Earth's decay;
A kingdom that fadOth not,
Nor crown that shall pass away.
-R. T. ANDKR80N.
Lemon Creek, B.C.
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ion and I copy be sent to each Miner*'
i nisjii of the" W. F. of M. of A. in
British Columbia.
Is xXlislll'lli, MIX kiss' UwiOJ" N'o. H.
Adopted, January 26th, 1901.
Union in iisssisi Hospital.
Mrs. Carlisle, Butterfly; Joelo Tip
ping, Queen ofFloweraj Miss Cavan,
nurse) Miss Woodman, roses: Miss
York, good luck; Mrs Payne, red
cross nurse: Miss Nichol, good luck;
James McViear,FnoleSam; Joe Law,
coon; R. Robertson, Spanish cavalier;
E Lavell, out for a lark; R, McFar
Tom Tebin has gone up to work on
the Dixie group, Da> ton creek.
Shipments from the lake ports for
the year arc in excess of 2000 tons.
The Hartney mine, New Denver,
is sending out 40 tons ot ore a week.
r.-      It is believed the two main worker I ings on the Speculator are on parallel
W Two feet of well mineralized
yji' quartz is showing in the breast of the
^J Speculator.
si|j! The bond on the Ilcwett, Four
W Mile, has been lifted, three months
W before maturity.
W | The shaft on the Speculator is down
SS feet. A crosscut is now being run
to the foot wall.
The Nelson smelter is drawing 100
tons of ore each week from the iron
properties at Slocan Junction.
Five hundred tons of ore was handled last week by the Nelson smelter, most of it being from the Slocan
A, Dick,  who has recently been
appointed inspector of mines "for this
.   district, will make  Nelson his head-
W1 quarters.
Wi N. F. McNaught, of Silverton, pur-
w poses resuming work on the Hampton group. Springer creek, in the
early s[ . nig.
L. A. Thurston returned Tuesday
from Rossland, where he put through
a deal for English investors, involving $150,000.
A settlement out of court has been
arranged regarding thc conflicting
interests in the Sultana claim, at the
head of Ten Mile.
Bob Allen brought down the first
hmd of ore from the Speculator on
fc iturday. This adds a .other to the
list of local producers.
Frank Sherry expects to have two
'carloads of ore out from  the Black
I Prince by the 20th.   They have an
elegant body of mineral in sight.
Ore is commencing to come, in in
the breast of the drift being run on
the Neepawa, Ten Mile. The management expects to open up a big
Harry Wolley came down from the
Speculator, Thursday morning, and
.ane, sunflower dude; W. Hicks, Dad ! went to Denver tor treatment  for a
! Allen; C. Plowman,  monk; .1. Craw-> badly cut arm, duo to slipping on an
fbrd, Arabian; A. DesBrisav, China-1 adze in getting out timber.
Airangeroents have been made by
the Miners'   Union  to erect a hand- , ,,---,        , ,,       ,,•-.
.   , ,        ., . T.  man; \\. lolev. clown; \\ m. \V ilson,
some hospital here this rammer. It jockey; A. Rothennel, astrologer; K.
will he modern in its design and shook, clown; Alex. Rogers, weary
equipment and will cost S'>, 000. Dr. [Willie: C Burmester.no pay, Dan
Forin, of Nelson, 1ms been engaged j Nichol, Pythian Knight.
by the Union to superintend the hos- j —	
pital and te look alter the health of;         ohnplcnu MakMa shipment,
the members of the organization, and 	
he enters upon his duties on March 1.
A building will be secured ns a tern I
porary hospital till the new one  Its I
erected.     The   government will  be
asked for a  liberal donation for the
new building.
'Hisisslliiilils-s- llriMslts llso lis-i'iir.l.
Paul Hauck and J. AltctllSOn, the
lessee:! on the Bondholder, have received thc returns from their last
shipment totbe Nelson smelter. The
figures arc even higher than the pre-
A shipment of 12 tons of concern
The second payment on the bond
of the Speculator, held by J. Frank
Collom, falls due on Wednesday.
It amounts to rive per cent, the balance being payable August 20.
Since commencing work on the
Hamilton group. Twelve Mile, Ralph
Gillette and M. Damico have struck
ore in two places, just a few feet from
ft off a year ago.
trates was mado Wednesday by the whero t,lc>'
Chapleau, from Lemon siding, the A petition is to be presented to the
., „ . , government at tins session of the leg-
consignment going to the Ndwn I WRtur,., asking fur the continuation
smelter. The mill has been running (,f tho Ten Mile wagon road from
daily and tbe shipment was thc ac j Aylwin to the Kokanoe summit.
cumulation! oi the past month or SO. I Engineer Holdan and assistant
Last week about three tons of clean
ore was shipped from the mine as a
test. It was taken from a pocket and
is credited with running $2f>0 to Hilton. There has been a force of 50 men
employed at the mine.
came down from the Enterprise on
Friday, and went on to Nelson. He
had been running lines and taking
levels in the ereek bottom, relative
to the erection of the new mill fo>
that mine.
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TOT; DRILL, BLOCAN) 15. C, l'KiHltUABY.ir.. 1901.
fC. E. SstiTHEBiXGAi.E, Editor and.Prop.
.-SLOCAN,      -      -       -       -      B. C.
Legal Advertising 10 cents a line for
the first insertion and 5 cents a lino each
"*ubss**ijuent insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, %7 each.
Transient advertisements at same rates
as legal ad ve. tiling.
Locals will b« charged 10 cents a line
tor each insertion.
Commercial Hates mada known upon
^The Subscription is $2 per year, nt.ict-
9y in advance; $2.i30ayear if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
Slocan, B. C.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15th, 1901.
Two proviucial bye-elections will
.take place next week, to fill the va
cancies existing in Nanaimo and
Vancouver. Nominations tako place
on Monday and tho olections next
,-dfsy. In Nanaimo a Labor candidate
is sure of election to succeed Ralph
,Sfnlth, whilo Vancouver may be
counted in the same column,
:.We have our first apology to offer,
aud It .Is all on account of our ' 'in-
sides." Something has gone wrong
with the works and they haven't
shown up, hence the attenuated ap
•pearance of this issue. It ia a bum-
looking rag, we admit; but it would
^bo bummer were it twice as bum.
My, what those fellows on the big
i-Nelson dailies have to be thankful
^Ln element of moro than ordinary
interest will enter into the opening
•aeremomes of the legislature at Vic
4torla next Thursday, by the attend
"ance ofthe B.C. members of the various contingents of Canadian troops
.sent to South Africa. The govern
mentis paying tbe expenses of all
the khaki-clad boys, who are to act
as the guard of honor. It is a com
mendable idea.
A mighty struggle is going on between the Great Northern and Cana-
1 tfian Pacific railways over the Crow's
Nest coal deposits.   The lifj of the
B. C. smelting industry—and, practi
•oally, that of mining itself-^depends
'-upon the guarding of these importstnt
natural resources for the Canadians.
X)ur governments should encourage
borne industries and not build up the
trade of a foreign country.   B. C.
ought to imitate Ontario and conserve
to her own peoplo the great wealth
wherewith nature has endowed her,
rbut not to the fostering of monopoly.
Robert McPherson Is tho Labor
candidate in the provincial bye
•election in Vancouver, made neces
aary by the resignation of James
Garden. McPherson has subscribed
to the Martin platform and the oppo
"sition will accordingly give him  its
support.   There is no doubt of Mc*
' Pherson's election, but it is a pity he
could not have been prevailed on tu
aland out prominently as a Labor
advocate without fusion with another
party.   Joe Martin's predilections for
i the Labor cause are recognized, but
there is too much taint of old party
sbmi about him and his followers. As
was proven in thu Foley election in
this constituency, the workingman
has done with the old order of things.
All British subjects throughout the
jprovinco will, with tho members of
the Miners' Union, deeply appreciate
■the resolution printed in another col-
,umn, and issued from the hall ofthe
Randsburg Miners' Union, No. 41, of
.Kandsburg, Cal.   True and heartfelt
'sympathy Is expressed with the B.C.
Unions for the loss of our beloved
■Queen, Victoria,   demonstrating   a
noble principle perineal ing the min-
';*ers'  organization.    To  many   this
.friendly testimony to the loyalty of
-ihe Unions will come ns a surprise,
as tho popular liclief in certain cir-
-sales has been quite to the contary.
"Time, however, is a great leveler of
prejudice, and soon It will become an
accepted fact that Unionism in this
yprovince, particularly where it concerns the miners,  is indicative   of
every right principle that goes to
"inakc up a  loyal, progressive and
united people.   Ever since thc fateful
Jabor struggle of two years ago, public opinion regarding the Unions has
'•undergone a great change, and sus
picions and doubts have been proven
'unwarranted.   Unionism means loyalty and advancement,   but never
.anarchy and riot.   The Randsburg
' miners realize this, hence their condolences to fellow members of a foreign clime in an hour of national sorrow. ,
• Subscribe for The Drill.
Lent commences on Wednesday
R, F. Green will be here Monday
This has been the finest winter
known in tho camp.
Ancient periodicals may be purchased at this office.
Born.—In Slocan, on Feb. 11, Mrs.
Geo. Smith, ofa daughter.
The gay and festive valentine was
much in evidence yesterday.
The ico crop Is being gathered and
stored away for summer's use.
One or two parties from town took
in the Rossland carnival this week.
Molson's Bank will open a branch
at Ferguson, in the Lardeau camp.
Two or three families from up the
lake will move here in the early
Ross Thorburn is closing his laundry at Silverton and removing to
On thc 28th the young ladies of
Knox church purpose giving their
Sandon sent her hockey team to
Revelstoke last week and got defeated, 6 goals to 2.
The Knights of Pythias at New
Denver, will hold their fourth annual
dance on Feb. 22.
Rev. Mr. McKee exc'\;mged pul
pits last Sunday with Rev. Mr. Alexander, of New Denver.
Silverton and New Denver are at
peace and it is now safe to walk the
streets of either burg.
Jack Beauchesno has organized a
party to prospect in the Similkameen
country this summer.
Howard Guest's case against the C
P. R. comes up in the May sittings of
the supreme court at Nelson.
Last year 71 preemptions were recorded in the Nelson office, chiefly
from the Slocan river valley.
Lindquist & Campbell have dis
posed of their hotel In the Arlington
basin to Driscoll & McKinnon.
A meeting of the creditors of the
.Chapleau will be held at Nelson in a
few davs, to size up the situation.
A riflo club will be. organized here
and an application has been sent into
thc government for the equipment.
The C.P.R. is having a peck of
trouble with navigation through the
Narrows, on tho Arrow lake route.on
account of ice.
G. P, Ford, formerly employed at
the Bosun mine, New Denver, died
at Kimberley, South Africa, last
month, of fc /er.
Tho Sandon junior hockey learn
passed through hero Wednesday for
R-isslaud, accompanied bv a number
of well-wishers.
Situation Wanted.—An experienced cook desires employment at mine.
Twenty years' experience; best references. " Apply at The Disiu,.
The Ruth mine, at Sandon. has
closed down, because of'the smelter
trouble. Other properties are pro-
paring to tako the same step.
David Davis was badly hurt about
tho head, a few days ago, at the
Queen Bess, owing to a missed hole.
He wassent toSpokansfor treatment.
Two fires occurred at Sandon last
week. Jos. Macdonald's residence
was slightly damaged, while George
Baker had his houso totally destroyed.
A license was granted to tho International hotel on Saturday. H. R.
Jorand, solicitor for the opposition,
lias appealed thc case to the attorney
Tho Miners' Union ball nt New
Denver, Thursday night, was a huge
success, thcro   be'ing  a big  crowd
Rresent from Sandon, Silverton and
Several parties from Denver passed
through here Wednesday for Nelson,
where they arc witnesses in the cubc
ofJIar-on vs. Alexander regarding
the Marion mine.
The timelv arrival of help saved A.
It. BoldefSton's residence from being
b. rued down Wednesday. The Hie
caught from the stovepipe, burning
quite, a hole In the roof.
On Tuesday a party of Great Northern officials passed through here
from Sandon. They were J. W.
Clabon. Seattle; G. 0. Somers, St.
Paul; II. A. Jackson and F. S. Forest
of Spokane. It is currently reported
thnt tho Great Northern will reach
Slocan Lake this summer.
The Silvertonian is in error respecting the first paper ip Slocan,
Tommy Tobln was enlightening the
world with the Prospector a year before the Times appeared on the scene.
The world-renowned Pratt Was the
proprietor and its home was in a log
shack at New Denver. It! outfit was
packed in from Nakusp on the hurricane deck of a mule.
«'lSHpls*llll ClOSUll   IS., w II.
Wednesday morning the Chapleau
mine and mill closed down, and all
the men quickly scattered. This action was resultant upon the receipt of
a telegram received from headquarters, creating somewhat of a surprise.
Various wild rumors were soon afloat
regarding the shut down, many attributing It to tho largo debts con
tracted by the company, which arc
alleged to bo close to $20,000. Thc
men have always had their wages
paid, but the debt represents supplies, contracted mainly because of
thejwagon road. However, those on
the inside state that the shut down is
only temporary, pending the final
arrangements for thc amalgamation
of the Kilo and Chapleau groups,.
When the papers are signed a large
force will be put to work on both
Appended is a complete list of tbe various records registered at the local registry office, II. P. Christie being mining
Fob 8—Combine, Springer creek, Geo
Feb 1—Black Prince, notice of agree
ment between Geo Gormley and James
C Shook re % interest.
7—Jumbo and Lake View J each, Jas
Melley to C W Greenlee.
Alex. Rogers,
Tonsorial Artist.
The Leading Parlors:
J. I.
JUil,  B. A. Sc.
Provincial Land Surveyor & Mining
SLOCAN, - - B. C
Barrister & Solicitor,
Notary Public,
SLOCAN, - - - B.C
Mines,   Real Estate, Insurance, Accountant.
Abstracts   of   Titles  Furnished.
B. C.
Circulating .
All fhe Latest Works.
Full Stock of Stationery,
Toys and Novelties.
Pioneer Livery
and Feed Stables,
Slocan, B. C.
General Packing and Forwarding attended to at the
shortest Notice.
Saddle, and Pack Horses for
hire at reasonable rates.
Worden Bros,
Teamsters &
General Draymen.
Boarding Stables; Saddle Horses for
Hire at Reasonable Rates.
Wood and  Coal for Sale.
Agency for the Gait Coal Co.,
Orders for Coal to be accompanied
by cash and left at the Ofliee:
Go to-
Dyspepsia Tablets
speedily relievo and cure acute
and chronic Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Distress after Eating, Sour
Stomach, Gas in tho Stomach,
Nervous, Sick and Bilious Headache. 50 cents a box. For sale
J. L. WHITE 6c Co.J
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
I HEREBY give notice tbatA.C.Behne
has failed to perform his assessment
work on the Truro mineral claim for the
year ending August SO, 1900. And I give
notice that, unless the »aid Al. Behne
pa\shis proportion of said assessment,
amounting to $50, and all costs attached
thereto, 1 shull claim his interest in the
said mineral claim, under section 4 of
the Mineral Act, Amendment Act, 1900.
Dated at Slocan City this 24th day of
November, 1900. „    ■
Certificate ef MMLt
Trenton Mineral Clulm.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located :—On the divide between Eight Mile and Ten Mile
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for George Kydd,
Free miner's certiflcate No. 1530350, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder or a certificate of improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
And further take notico that action,
iintler section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certilicate of
I) ited this tith day of November, 1900.
21-12-00 J. M. McOREGOR
Somerset, Columbia Nn. 5, Evening St:sr
No. 8, Sliver Grown, Kellpse No. 3,
Kcllnse No. 3   Fraction, nissl
Unknown (iron*,* Mlsi-
eral Claims.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of tbe West Kootenay District
Where located:—Near iho head  of
Dayton creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. M. McGregor, acting na i**Ptit for'Hugh Sutherland, FrsToSMiners Certilicate No.B2(.78i),
intend, eixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining down grants of the
abovo claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
beforo tbe issuance of such certificates oi
Dated this 25th dav of Octobei',1900,
21-12-00 "J. m. McGregor
Kiln   Fraction  and   Evening  Star No. »
Mineral Claims.
Situate in lhe Slocan City Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located: About two miles
northeast of Slocan City.
TAKE NOTICE that we, David Sautter, free miner's certificate No. 1514389,
and Duncan Graham, free miner's certificate No r.2l*s843, ns to one-half each,
Undivided inlorust. in the above-named
claims, intssnd, pixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbo purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of the abovo claims.
Ar.d further take notice that action,
under 37, must be commenced before the-
issuance of such Certificate ol Improvement.
Dated this 20th day of December, 1900.
Ottawa Mtntirut Claim.
Situate in tbe Slocan City Mining Division o( West Kootenay District.
Where located :—On the north side
of Springer creek, about five miles
from Slocan City.
TAKE NOTICE tbat wo, William R.
Clement, free miner's certificate I.L'li88l>;
Christian F, Wichmann, free minor's;
certificate I!2ii7il4. nnd Wiuslow E. Worden, Free Miner's Ceitilicate No. B26794,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to applv to the Mining Recorder for a
ceitilicate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the
abovo claim.
And further lake notico thnt -sction.
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
Dated this 5th dav of February, 1901.
8-2-01. W.R. CLEMENT,
on all trains from Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing*.
pass Dun moro Junction for St. Paul
on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Fridays; Toronto on
Mondays and Wednesdays; Montreal and Boston on Saturdays,
Samo cars pass Revelstoke one
day earlier.
For time-tables, rates, and full information call on or address nearest
local agent, or—
GKO. T. MOlli,
Ajfent, Slocan City
Tobacconists' Supplies
of every description can he had at ocan's Leading Store.
Tobaccos, chewing and smoking, of the best brands kept tn
stock; also Cigars and Cigarette*. Fruits uf all kinds kept In
their season. The most toothsome Confectionery always on
sale.   Stationery also handled.
A. C. SMITH,        SLOCAN
the Miner's Tailor, is the place.
For a Nice "Winter Suit.      Perfeot Fit Guaranteed.      We use ojly Al.
Trimmings and the Finish is First Class.
MAIN STREET, SLOCAN.       Three Doors South of Postoflice.
New Spring Goods Arriving.
UNDERWEAR-the famous Health brand,
HATS--Stetsons, and other lines.
T. McNeish 6c Co.	
ii —.ii   ■—       s.i is—I       ssjtjsj
Just Arrived
Half a carload of Steel
Ranges and Heating
Stoves. Call and see
our display before purchasing elsewhere.
Dealers In General Hardware,
MAIN STREET,        -       SLOCAN
Agents for Crow's Nest Domestic
and Blacksmith Coal.
Do You
Want a Home ?
Then cosne to Slocan, for it is
one of the fairest spots on this
earth of ours. Levelness,
Room, Scenery, Health, Fishing, Hunting.Roads, Railway
Steamboats, Churches, School
Hospital, Public Halls and
Enterprising Citizens aresome
ofthe advantages enjoyed by
this Town, backed up by Unsurpassed andProvenMineral
Resources. Nature and Man
hath decreed that
Slocan is
the Town
Come and be convinced that this tale is
no mere idle dream, but a stern reality.
Gwiilim & Johnson,
B. C
A. O. P. A.,
Skcan,        - - -
The Murcutt Branch
Meets tint second Thursday In etch month
at 3 p.m. Next meeting in the Presv
byteriancliiisT.h.    All meetings open
to thone wishing t join.
Mns. W.J.Andkkws,   Mhs.M.D.McKke
Preiiilent. Cor. Kecretury.
Hnvo installed a new machine
for mannfactur'nur Stovepipes
ami AirpliK'B. They go together
like a clnirm. Patronise home
industry and have an unrulllud
Slocan City Miners' Din,
No. 6a, W. F. of H.
Meets every Wednesday evening1
in the Union Hall. Slocan City, at
7.30 p.m. Visiting brethren cordially
invited to attend.
Financial Secretary
We have moved into our
handsome new store, on
cor. Baker and Stanley
Streets.   Call on us.
Repairing a specialty and all work
left at The Drim. office will be for-
warded. Mall orders promptly attended to. All Union workmen cm-
and Jeweler.
Nelson, B.C


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