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 VOL. 1.    NO. 46.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1898.  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  Senate and House Pass Resolution  for Armed Intervention.  SPAIN MUST LEAVE CUBA.  President Is Empowered to Use the Land  and Naval Forces of the. United  States to an Extent , Sufficient to  Cjarry Out the Wishes of Congress.  adopt it has been made and the previous questie.n moved.    A parliamentary squabble is delaying a vote.   The ,  senate adjourned at 1:50.p.m. j  'The ayes and naj's were demanded /  in the house on the previous question.  It carried, 171 to 121.  On a vote being taken on the adoption of the conference report Democrats and Republicans voted almost  solidly for it.  The first'roll call.in the house ori the  adoption of the report showed 310 ayes  and 6 nays.  FEI DAYS.  How the Hispano-American  Hostilities Will Commence.  Almost Certain to be a Go.  Washingto, D.  C,  April   16.���������The  senate has adopted the Turpie amendment, providing for the recognition- of  _.   the Cuban republic, by a   vote  of  51  to 27.  After voting down a resolution offered  by Senator Morgan, to the effect that  astute of war existed between the  United States and Spain, Da vies moved  that the resolutions reported by the  senate foreign committee along' with  the Turpie amendment be adopted.  This was carried by a vote of 67 to 21,  and at 0 15 the senate adjourned.  Washington, April... 18.���������The deadlock between the house and ������enate  continued all day to-day and lasted till  Lite in the night. Tho question at  issue between" the two bodies was on  the matter -of the recognition of the  Cuban government. -. The senate recognized the government of the Cubans,  but the house refused to do so.  11 p.m.���������The senate after having declined to confer fur ner with the house  committee has changed its mind arid  another conference is now being held.  The senate has taken a recess until  midnight'to await the report of this  'committee.  , 12, p.m.���������Report of agreement being  reached by conference wan premature.  Senate members agreed to drop the  section recognizing, the Cuban insurgents, but insisted on tho first section  of tbe, resolution reading : ."That the  people of the Island of Cuba are, -arid  of right ������light to be free and independent." This the house members refused  to accept and a disagreement has been  reported to both houses.'  Washington, April 19���������1:10 a.m.���������An  agreement was reached by the'eonfer-  rers of thp house and senate. The  "' -fosolulion as agreed is as follows: Resolved, By the senate arid the house of  (representatives of the United States in  ��������� congress assembled :  ' The Cuban resolution passed by the  senate to-night is made up of the house  heading, number and enacting clause,  the senate preamble, resolution and  the Turpie amendment, and a fourth  paragraph proposed by Senator Teller.  Jt is aa follows :  Joint resolution for tlie recognition   of  the independence ������>f the people and  republic of Cuba,  demanding   that  the government of Spain   relinquish  (ts authority and government in the  Island of Cuba,   and  to   withdraw  its land and naval force from  Cuba,  and Cuban waters, and directing the  President of the   United   States   to  use the land and naval   forces of thc  United States to carry these resolutions into effect.  ������������������'"'. \Vheroa8, The abhorrent  conditions  which have existed for more than three  years in the Island of  Cuba,  so   near  our own   borders,   have   shocked . the  moral sense of the United   States   and  haye been a disgrace to Christian civilization, culminating as  they   have   in  the destruction of a United States battleship, on which 266 of her officers and.  crew, while on a friendly visit  in   the  harbor of  Havana,   were   killed,   and  cannot longer be endured, as has been  B' t,forth by the President of the United  States   in  hia   message   to   congressi  April 11,1898, upon  which   action   of  congress was incited.  Therefore be it  Unsolved by the senate and house of  representatives of the United States in  congress assembled:  First���������That'ttie people of the Island  of Cuba are, and of right, ought, to be  free and independent, and that the  government of the United States hereby demands, that the government of  Spain at once relinquish its authority  arid government in the Island of Cuba  and withdraw its land and naya] forces  from Cuba and Cuban waters.  Third���������That the President ufilie  United Slates be, and he is hereby  directed and empowered to use the entire land and naval forces of the United  States, and to call into active service  of the United States the militia of the  several states to such an extent as may  bo of benefit to carry these resolutions  into effect.  Fourth���������The;United States hereby  disclaims any disposition or intention  to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or  control of said island, except for the  pacification thereof, and asserts its determination when this is accomplished  to leave the government and control of  the island to its people.  The senate has adopted the report of  the conference committee by a vote of  42 to 35.   In  the houee  a motion to  The Payne Ore Honse  Destroyed by  fire.  A Heavy Loss  to f,he   Company.  On Tuesday evening the, Payne ore  house caught fire, some   siiy   from   a  stove and others from the gasoline engine.   The consequences   are   all  the  same, however, as the ore house   and  -a portion of the tram   were destroyed,  entailing a loss of about ������12,000 as far  as we can lenrn..   The loss,   however,  ie not confined to the  immediate consequences���������It is greater by the partial  suspension   of  work   for  at   least   a  month,   and   perhaps   much    longer,  throwing   many   of; the"  miners   and  others out of employment during the  interval.   The   company, during   the  meantime   will .endeavor  to   utilise  the wagori's agairvhauling their ore to  the K. and S. track ; but even  that   is  attended   with many   difficulties,   as  snow and mud slides, while   the   road  whs.out of use, have-done a great deal  of filling.up.   The company, however,  are at work  diligently   repairing   the  damages, and making the most out of  the mine with the  facilities   at  their  command.   Some 65 men will be   laid  off during repairs.  English Capital Favors Kootenay.  "In England," says C. W. Mcintosh,  "I. found,the mbnev markets somewhat  tightened owing to the war scare on.  IfSp.u'n and the United Stat.es should  enter ti| on an active cani|i i^n, I think  it will affect nil British capital that  mav be on the point, of investment in  western Canada. Still the Klondvke  is occupying a large share' of intention  amongst the common people and capitalists are still paying more attention  lo the Kootenay. while northwestern  Ontario districts are not unknown.  The Gold Developing and Transportation company, to which I belong, intend to pursie steady operations on  the Columbia and western group of  mines, and will also develop properties  near Nelson in the. Slocaii. We are  also building a boat to carry supplies  from 'Vancouver to St. Michaels this  year. Our Klondyke interests are not  overlook,d and this summer I may  visit 'Dnwfon City."'  Origin of the NameArrow Lake,  Mr. W.-C.'McGord, a survivor of the  Boundary Cpmmis-iion, which ran the  Boundary 1'ne between British Columbia and the United States during 1859  te 1861 has been giving an interesting  account of the work on that commission in these early times. Part of it  is interesting to people in this vicinity,  as it gives the reason of the names  to the Arrow Lakes. '  During tlie winter of 1861-2 Mr. Mc-.  Cord prospected on Upper Arrow lake,  tlie lake being frozen solid that winter.  While there some Indians pointed out  to tiitu tlie'object' from which thoso  hikrn tr'ni. th ir name. A pi rpendi -n-  far cliff of rook at one place rises high  above the water. I. the crevice.-, or  scams of the rock trees had attempted  to grow, but there not being sufficient  nourishment they had died when very  small. Looking at them Irom the  water, they had evf ry appearance of  being arrows. The Indian legend was  that when the rock was soft Indian  braves had fired arrows against its side  and they had stuck there.  Mr. Me Cord also saw a large grave  about six miles up the river from  Upper Arrow Lake tho head-board of  which told the sorrowful story that  eleven men and one woman were  buried there. Thev had met their  death in 1837 by being drowned in  Death Rapids. All were Hudson's  Bay people.���������Revelstoke Herald.  Washington, April  19���������Spain   will  net receive official notification  of  the  demands of the United States   before  to-morrow.   She will then be informed,  that the Cuban resolution   passed   by  congress at an carty hour this morning  are now a part of thelawsofthe.United  States, and an ultimatum will be sent  'dcmnnding~c6iripIiaF.ee'with this   law  and an answer within   a   short   time,  probably 24 hours.   Compliance is not  expected and a forward  movement on  Cuba will commence the latter-part of  this week, according to the plans of the  administration. The congressional Cuban resolution will be signed to-morrow  morning.     The ultimatum   to   Spain  will be signed at the same time.     The  pre-idenl early decided   to   make   the  two practically oheact by simultaneous  signature to each.   Two cabinet meetings were lieJd during the day, tbe first  beginning at 11 and lasting nearly two  hours'] and the second  lasting from   3  till 5.30 p.w.   At their close   the ..announcement was made that   executive  action   was   delayed   tilT to-morrow  Both cabinet   sessions   were   devoted  principally to  the "'discussion   of   the  ultimatum to be si nt to; Madrid.    At  the    morning   session   the   president  rather favored allowing Spain  two   or  three days in which to reply to the demands of the United States, but   since  that time he has   changed   his   views  somewhat, and it is now believed to be  his purpose to require an answer with  in a very short time, probably   within  24 hours.   The reason for limiting the  time to one day or even less is said   to  be entirely strategic, otherwise two or  three days would have   been   allowed.  Thc'iiltimattim itself, it" is   believed,  will be short and to the point.    It will  recite the main features of the resolution passed by congress and demand, a  compliance therewith.   So far as could  be learned, there will not be a meeting  of the cabinet this evening or  to-mor-  _row.jnorniiig-.boforc t he president sighs  the documents, which is  believed  unquestionably, will precipitate war. ', It.  is likely that the President and Assistant Secietary Day   will   this, evening  again go over the message which is to  be  sent to   Madrid,   and   make-any  changes which may be thought  desirable, leaving the final  act   of signing  the congressional resolution  and   the  ultimatum for to-morrow.   It will  not  be made publio here until notice is received that it is in   the'  hand   of  thc  Spanish,government,   diplomatic   etiquette- requiring this."  LATER.  Thursday evening a message was received stating both American and  .Spanish war fleet had left for Cuba. At  one a. m.Friday morning this was contradicted by another message saying  neither fleet had left hut that both  were in harbor ready to fire up on a  moments notice, btit that the Americans were waiting for the time limit of  Spain's ultimatum to expire. It is  hard to see how the U. S. can now ac-  cepl-.anything short of a complete back  down from Spain which the latter is  not at all likely to make.  Up till four o'lock p." m. yesterday  no latter news was received.  as Angngnon Brothers, holelkeepers,  have made an assignment to A. E.  Fauquier for the benefit of the creditors.  A license as an extra-provincial company has been issued to the Dominion  Dredging & Placer Mining company,  limited. The capital stock is SJO,000,  'divided into 400 shares: of $100 each.  Tlie head office of the company is situ-  at d in Toronto, Province of Ontario,  and the licensed office of the company  in thc province is in the Lillooet electoral district of Yale and Cariboo, and  Siimuel Gihbs, accountant, is the attorney.  A certificate of incorporation of the  British Columbia Sampling company,  limited, has been issued. The company  has a capiuil stuck of $50,000, divided  into shares of $5 each. . The objects for  which tho company has been established are to erect, maintain buildings,  machinery, plant, implements and conveniences for the purpose of sampling,  concentrating and assaying minerals  and metallic ores of all kinds, and of  operating smelters and'reduction works  in any part of British Columbia. The  registered oflice of the company is at  Vancouver, British Columbia. '  (!iililll](lllli;(liiii|].  Slocan Mines.  A Sandon Critic.  The Sandon Mining   Review   would  twit The Miner for its allusion   to  the  possibility of theLiberal party attempting to create a ]ar<.r<" number of Liberal  senators in order to offset the present  Conservative majority  of   the   Upper  Chamber.   The Review says it   knows  of no clause in the'Canadian Constitution that would  allow'such'a   move.  We hasten to assure  the gemlemarly  and well trained editor of the  Review  that we are not alluding to any  of the  provisions of the British North  America Act, but to tho wild .scheme   advocated by  Hon.   Israel   Tarte,   in   his  paper, La Patrie.   For the  benefit of  the editor of the. Review we might add  that Mr. Tarte favors a'relbrm of  the  senate by which  the  government,   in  an emergency, would  have   power   to  apcoint a sufficient number of senators  to cary a government measure which  senate opposes.  The foregoing is from the Rossland  Miner. We may'infnrm our friend,the  constitution of the senate is fixed by  theB. N.-A. Act, an Imperial statute,  that neither Mr. Tarte nor' the  Rossland Miner, powerful though they  both may be, has the power to change.  It cap only be changed by Imperial legislation, which will hardly be  passed to enable Mr. Laurier the. especial friend of the Miner, to seriously  cripple British Columbia in the construction of the Yukon railway. Laurier has yet the power to raise a tempest in a teapot. We beljeve he can  add two more to the senate, nnd to  drown the 20 majority adverse to the  Yukon Bill, we would suggest, he add  Mr. Tarte and the Miner to the Upper  House.- The Editor of this paper may  not have had equal journalistic training with the sage to the south of us,  but the public will always be assured  he knows what he is writing about.  Canadian   Fishermen   Want to   Enlist.  KIDNEY DISORDERS.  Are responsible for a large proportion of sickness. If you have, weak or  Lame Buck, Swelling of the Hands and  Feet, Sediment in the Urine, Dizzy  Spells, Rhevmatic Pains, Loss of Memory, Severe Headaches, you may know  your kidneys are disordered, and the  remedy for you is Doan's Kidney Pills.  Girls Will Say Something.  Girls will talk, and no girl is quiteso  good but she will occasionally drop an  uncomplimentary remark about one of  her own sex. Two of the most charming young ladies of this town were  recently heard using the following  language: "Ijust think it shameful  the way that girl spits slang. Holy  Saints, if I twirled my talker as she  does, my blooming old dad wouldn't  do a thing but tan my duds till the  dust would be thicker than yaller  jackets around the bunghole of a sorghum barrel in August." "You betcher  brass, and serve you right," replied the  other young lady. "My old people are  sunflowers of the same hue and if I  should make such raw cracks in my  speiJs, they'd thrash the rosy cussed-  nesa out of my angelic anatomy J  quicker than chain lightning.  St. Johns, Nfl.l., April 18.���������The  Unjtec] States government has purchased the British steamer Reugulus,  now at this port, and will use her as a  coal carrier. Spain is negotiating for  the sealing steamer Algerine, formerly  a British man-of-war. The steamer  Grand Lake, which sailed for Halifax  to-day, takes 50 Newfoundland fishermen bound for Boston where they will  volunteer in the American navy.  Hundreds of others can be had for  service if they are needed.'  To the Kditor of The JllnliiKReview:  Dear Sir :���������As.a constant reader of  your paper and interested in various  properties near Sandon i'- has struck  me that if you were to publidh a list of  all the shipping mines in your district  and also the names and amounts of  dividend payers to date it would largely help to attract eastern capital. Tlie  Reco people in their report say : "The  mineral belt includes the section of  country lying between Kootenay lake  on the east and Slocan lake on the  west, comprising an area of about 30  miles long by six miles wide. The  records at this time show 72 mines and  prospects that have shipped paying ore  in the mineral belt, 26 of which have  paid dividends." I would suggest the  repetition of th's statement with the  information above mentioned and ,if  published kindly send me, say 25 copies for distribution here. I will remit  on advice of amount. Our people Know  practically nothing of your district;  they treat it and Rossland district as  altogether. Yours truly,  :* Alf Robinson.  London, Ont, April 11th, 1898.  The letter of our correspondent above  fully bears out what we have all along  contended that this section of the mining country of British Columbia is not  properly advertised, and   where  it   is  advertised our resources   are confused  .with" those of Rossland and  other  districts. The Slocan country is a separate  and distinct mining district by   itself,  in that galena is the principal product,  turning out the largest per centages of  silver and lead of  any   mines   in   the  known world.   The southern boundary  of the silver-lead bearing district may  be laid down as a line drawn from   the  confluence of the Slocan river with the  Kootenay river and thence dii'? east to  Kootenay lake.   This  would   take  in  the Silver King south of Nelson.    The  dividing line is, however, more or less  serrated as gold propositions, such  as  tho Cameronian, and a very promising  one at that near   Lemon   creek,   and  ��������� / ,.- .j .    -..   .  others aro found north of it, aiid silver-  lead properties to the south, while, the  Slocan and Kootenay lakes form the  eastern and western boundaries so far  as operations have yet gone. The  country being young and mining in its  infancy, the eastean and the western  boundaries may yet be found to be  more remote. The Slocan country  properly speaking, is more limited,  and .embraces but the,mines at Slocan  City, Silverton. Three Forks, Sandon,  Cody, McQtiignn, and Whitewater.  For the benefit of our correspondent  we may say, we have not at hand all  the shipments and dividends of the  Slocan mines, but we give what are  available, and will endeavar togetthe  balance later ori. The. shipments from  Sandon in 1897 w-re:  Mine. Tons.  Payne 9.2S2  Ruth 8,235  Star, .Exchange, Republic, Howard  Fraction, Crusader, Kilo, Alberta,  Chapleau, and Cameronian all  promising properties and " shippers,  some of them with the fullest satisfaction to the owners.  Convenient to Sandon again are the  Selkirk group, the' Argo. St. Keveririe,  Eagle,Freddy Lee, the Dayton group  and many others on which development work is opening up very satisfactory showings.  Estimating silver and lead at their  average values last year, the 3,041,28/  ounces of silyer, 193 ounces of gold,  and 39,707,705 pounds of lead, the Slocan mines properly made ������3.280,686  for their owners, a showing greater  than that of all the gold mines of tlie  province put together. The gross value  of the ore averaged $103.60 against the  $34 per ton of thc so called famous La  Roi mine of Rossland.  As many of the mines of the Slocan  are owned by private companies they  are not compelled to publish their  earnings so it is hard to get at all the  dividends, so far ; hut we give what we  know as follows:  The Payne 81,800,000, $960,000 of  which was made last year,a sum larger  than that of all the Rossland dividends  put together. A half interest in this  mine was bought within the last two  years for $87,000.  ,The Slocan Star has yielded dividends to the extent, of $460,000; the  Ruth an equal amount; the Reco $287.-  500, a mine that was bought by the  present owners frr $2,700; the Idaho,  $220,000; Rambler-Cariboo, ' 640,000 ;  Last Chance, $37,000; Goodenough,  <>32,O00. The Queen Bess ?and many  others, are well up in the list,- but' as  we have not the actual figures, we publish none.  What we have all along said! it is a  matter of supreme indifference to capitalists what classes of properties they  hold so* long as they get satisfactory  dividends on money invested ; and as  the silver-lead mines of the Slocan are  yielding larger dividends than all the  gold properties of the country combined, it is all the argument that  should be required to lead to in vestments. ��������� The main point in cornpari-  sons is Slocan mines are much more  cheaply worked than gold quartz mines,  ���������ind the ore yields are usually three  times the value per ton. These facts  for capitalists ought to be   conclusive.  With Scissors and Pen.  Work on tho California, near -Xew  Denver, is to commence at once.        -----  C- K. Milbourne has taken over the  Mento, near the Queen Bess, for his  English oompany.  Tbe Cinderalia and ,the Medford, on  north fork of Carpenter creek, have  been purchased by Vancouver parties.  The Mollie Hughes mine, near New  Denver, is being pushed ahead and is  showing up well under the new management.  Five men left for the; Duncan   river  yesterday to begin work on the prope -  ty contracted by the syndicate  re  sented by James Mc.K. Anderson.  The Whitewater Deep hat 18 inches  of solid ore, and   the  indications   are  that under development it will be  one-  ot the best properties in the   country.  ,< <  In the Trout lake   district   the   Tin  Cup .nine is reported to have over 500  tons'of ore enroiite from the- mine ' to  the landing on the Columbia, owing to   '  bad roads.  The' ton of. o������e from the Last Chance  mine near Kuskonobk that was run  through the Kaslo S.mpling works,  gave returns of $2 in gold, 92J ounces  of silver and 20 per cent. lead.   ,  Thc Fairie Quefn group on Trout  Creek, 12 miles from Rosebery, is a  very promising property of quartz porphyry, and the owners are going "to  push work on it this season. They  find .������ilver, lead, gold and copper in the  vein.  It is reported that gold has been discovered in paying quantities on the  beach at Kuskonook townsite. Twenty  men are at work on the claim to discover whether it is float or ledge. An  assaj' is said to have given $10 per ton  in "gold and eight ounces in silver.  THE SPANISH MUSTER.  It   Is   Probable   That   He  Will  Washington   To-day.  Leave  CHURCH    NOTES.  Methodist, Rev. A M. Sanford, A.B.,  pastor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Subject of morning sermon���������"The Strong  Christian.*' Several candidates will be  given the right hand of fellowship at  the morning service. At the evening  service a special sermon will be  preached to the members of the I. O.  O. F., who will attend in a body.  There will be ne Preshyterian services in Virginia hall to-morrow owing  to the absence of the pastor. Announcements will be made regarding  arrangements for following Sunday.  Union Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m. in  the Methodist church.  Slocan Star   Reco ....,,,��������� ���������'.  Noble Five..........  Last Chance...;.....  Wonderful...........  Slecan Boy...   Mountain Chief...,  Ajax.. ........  Canadian Group..,  Freddy Lee..   Goodenough.   Mount Adams......  American Boy.   Sapphire...   Qiieen Bess.....:....  Trade Dollar........  Ruby Silver ....  Sovereign   W. W. Warner.....  Shaw, Cody....:.....  Pirate   Total   .  .  FROM THE B. C. GAZETTE.  The Latest License, Incorporation, Etc.  Issued at Victoria. |  The following announcements appear in the last issue of the B. C.  Gazette :  J. Edmond Angrignon and Nestor-  ious Angrignon.trading at New Denver  LIFE'S RED.STREAM. .  When the blood is pure and rich,  health and vitality are carried to all  parts of the body. When it is impure  or watery, the seeds of disease germinate and gro.w. To dear the blood current of all impurities, to make it rich  and health-giving there is nothing to  equal the standard blood remedy, Burdock Blood Bittets.  TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromoQuinine Tablets.  All druggists refund the money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  24.7S9J  Mines tributary to Three Forks, four  miles from Sandon shipped last j'ear  2804 tons, the principal properties  represented being the Idaho-Almo,  that owns the concentrator, Conductor,  Cumberland, Corinth and the Monitor.  ��������� Near McGuigan, some four miles  east of Sandon, on the K. and S. R. R.,  are the Rambler-Cariboo, the Best, the  Antoine, Washington, R. E. Lee, Red  Fox, Great Western, Northern Belle,  Dardanelles, and Lucky Jim. Some of  these are dividend payers, and most of  them shippers or preparing to ship.  At Whitewater arc the Wtrtewater,  a very valuable property, the Whitewater Deep, Wellington, Ottawa, London group, and Charleston, many of  which have been shippers for some  time.  West.of Three Forks are the Galena  Farm, Enterprise, Molly Hughes, Vancouver group, promising properties.  Along the cast shore of Slocan lake  are t]>e Arlington, Enterprise, K.ilispel,  Highland Light, Silver Nuggett, Pay-  streak, Two Friends, Meteor, Evening  Washington,  DC, April 19.���������The  Spanish minister, Scnor Polo de Bern-  abe, has made his  final  preparations  for departure, and is calmly awaiting  notification   that   the   president "has  affixed his signature to the Cuban resolution, at which time the-minister  will take his leave.   He expected this  would come to day and every arrangement   had been  mado   with   that in  view.   Now that the signing is deferred  until tomorrow it is probable that the  minister will depart before another 24  hours passes.   He    ill not move precipitately, however, as the transfer of  the legation archives and the effects to  the French embassy must be accomplished, and moreover there is felt to  be no disposition on the part of, the  authorities to unduly hasten the movements of the minister.   Whether the  state department will send Sonor Polo  his passports  or he will ask  for them  is felt to be an immaterial detail.   He  intends   to  go   without  reference to  these formalities, and there is  every  reason to believe the state-departme-'t  will afford him the protection of passports and any further attentions usual  in the enforced departure of a minister  on the breaking out of war.   The entire staff of the. legation will accomp.  any the min.ster.   Their exact movement!) after  leaving Washington are  hot made kriowr, except that they will  return to Spain at the earliest possible  moment.   It would be no surprise if  the minister and his staff went by way  of Canada instead of New York, taking  one of the Atlantic liners from Halifax.    Early   this morning   the large  metal sign bearing the words "Office of  the Spanish legation'-' was wrenched  from its place on the gate leading to  the legation and carried off by vandals.  The minister made no complaint to  the state department or the police, as  he has sought to minimize the depredations against the legation, although  this was the most flagrant one committed.  Joe Pnrviance, owner of the Two  Brothers, which is located near the  Howard Fraction, will soon begin development work on the property. This  mine has a ledge measuring feur- feet  in width which averages $50 in gold,  and is supposed to be a free milling  proposition.  The Lilly'May at Rossland has:been  bonded to an English syndicate, tbe  consideration being $,"50,000 cash and  10 per cent, of the stock, in the English  company, which is capitalized at $2,-  000,000. A meeting of the directors  ot the Lilly May company will be held  soon to ratify the sale.  The Solo arid Crib claims near Ymir  on Wild Horse have been 'bonded to  S. Thornton Langley, the conditions  being that $25'000 worth of work to be  done on the property^ the owner to retain a one-fifth interestin the company  formed to operate the property,V which '  is said to be a- promising one.  GRExVT MUSIC OFFER.  Send us the names and addresses of  three or more performers on the piano  or organ, together-with ten cents in  silver or postage, and we will mail you  five pieces full sheet music'size, consisting of popular songs, waltzes,  marches, etc., arranged for the piano  and organ.   Address,  Chicago Book a News Co.,  215-221 Wabash Ave.,    Chicago, 111.  Wm. Cook, Fielding Phillips arid  Euge.ie Phillips have ceased operations  on the Kalispell mine and will put in  the season doing assessment work and  prospecting. A recent shipment of  ore from the property to the Nelson  smelter gave returns amounting to  $113.50- They consider it to be among  one of the best low grade properties in  the country. -���������-..-:. '���������  !  R. White, manager of the British  Columbia Mineral Properties, limited,  reports that work is being pushed on  the Silver Tip and Bear's Nest properties under his direction. A force of  men are crosscutting for the ledge  which they expect to strike after going  about 50 feet' further. They report a  hard formation, and are making progress rather slowly at present.  The Wakefield Mines, limited, has  been organized in England with a capital of ������100,000, in ������1 shares. Thc object of the concern is to adopt an agreement with and to acquire the. assets  and undertaking of the West Kootenay  Explorating and Mining company,  limited, and to carry on the business  of a mining and exploration company.  Four-Mile creek, in the Slocan, is the  seat of operations, with Silverton as  the headquarters. -  - Last week Messrs. Hayes, McGowan  and Guidnon of Fort Steele sold to J.A.  Harvey and 1. S. Boge, agents for . a .  large Chicago syndicate, the Lake  View, Last Chance, Bijou, Accidental,  Alberta, Red Deer, Kootenay Star,  Union Star, Doraty, Royal Oak and  Prudential claims. These claims are  situated on Lake Moyie and form a  part of what is called the St. Eugene  group of mines. They were all looated  during the summer of 1897. The consideration is recorded at $1, but it is  an open secret that it is away tip in  the thousands. The property ia a silver-lead proposition and has a considerable showing of ore. It is reported  that extensive operationsVwill be com*  menced on the property at once,  Wi  W$ktM  "Tiap nwnn ���������  ill "  ������.ft'ft*3x^ii������/*^'T!ii&TV".SyA.,'*^ *- '    '*���������    "(-^"'x       ���������   f" * ��������� ' *"     1 *       ��������� * x    ���������* x * l *      *     *"��������� *     ���������"     ������*      ��������� #       ������ ' *i ���������       ���������  IPIiff  !*"&& ^yx^i!^y*rg^?!^%p������$g^  ��������� 1, - r 1        H , f J[ * "J"     , -I '       * ������1-  ���������nr-r^fpm^^Q THE MINING-REVIEW.  SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1898.  {������beffbimn0lReview  -   SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY APRIL 23, 189S.  Subscription $2.00 Per Year  Strictly is Advnace.  ADVERTISE OUR RESOURCES.  We see by the Rossland papers  that Julius Price, special correspondent of the Illustrated London News,  and L. W. Hughes, of the London  Financial News, have arrived at that  place to write up that section for their  papers. We do not profess to know  everything, but it appears to us this  is an opportunity for our city, council  to show a little enterprise and liberality. These gentlemen should be  brought here and shown the workings  1 of our surrounding mines, their outputs and profits, and the prices at  which many promising undeveloped  properties can be bought. For the  ' benefit of the place.the first thing is to  get capital interested ; and this can  only be done by convincing the world  we have in our immediate surroundings  the cheapest and most profitable investments to be had in the country.  Results show this to be the case, and  the facts cannot be too strongly impressed on gentlemen like these in  official visits, who have the opportunity in their daily work to publish these  facts far and wide. Such expenditures  as the council are now making on  creek improvements aie all right  enough in their place and season, but  the first thing is to get capital interested in our surroundings. With this  done, the growth of the city in population and wealth is assured, and 'with  growth public debt is the more easily  bourne by the people. As we said  above, we do nol profess to know every  thing ; but these matters strike us as  arguments beyond successful refutation. Our city council should see  these correspondents are brought here,  treated properly, and detained until  they see the real merits of our surroundings, and are prepared to place  them before the readers of their journals. We know, of course, there is a  sentimentality in t.vorof gold mines,  but it is only a sentimentality, and the  showings we can make to impartial  writers should carry their own conviction. It is dividends on investments  capitalists are after : and it matters  not to them whether they come from  gold quartz or snow banks. We ha.e  one mine here, the Payne, that is  worth more to the owners than all the  Rossland mines put , together to  their owners; Sandon's mines paid  more dividends last year than all the  gold mines of British Columbia put  together, and our city council, and all  residents for that matter, should employ every effort to let the world know  it. These things are cool, naked  facts, and if only the capitalists of the  world knew them, it could not fail to  have most beneficial influences on the  city and its surroundings.  REPRESENTATION   BY   POPULATION.  If after all the fuss and feathers  about giving West Kootenay five representatives in the next provincial parlia-  , ment, the forecast of a Redistribution  Bill, announced in another column is  real it will give the people anything but  satisfaction. The outline is that the  Kootenays are each to have one ad-  ditional member, and the value of this  is fully destroyed by the announcement that the extreme west is to have  two.more,so that as far as voting force  in the House is concerned, we would  be just as well ofl if no change at all  was made. We arc now in this province in just the same plight as the  people of Canada were in before confederation. Public will is likely to be  stifled to suit the wishes of despotism.  There is no gainga'^g nearly the  entire increase of the provincial revenue-year by year' arises form the  growth and development of the Kootenays, and principally the west, and  yet the government has no consideration for the hen that lays the golden  egg. We trust, however, this bill does  not fully explain the intentions of the  government; but that they will even  yet do this section reasonable justice.  It i.; not at all necessary to increase  the representation of the province, if it  is the question of expense over which  the government stumbling,as the needs  of the eastern part of the country would  be just as well met by reducing the  representation of the west as by in  creasing it.in this section. What the  people want is a voice on Ithe basis of  population, and that voice can be just  as "'.:���������) ne.ird by making the representation one to every 8.000 as   one   to  every 4,000. Let us have representation according to our numbers with  reasonable consideration for extent of  territory to be represented, and we  shall be satisfied but not otherwise.  There is one thing Kaslo has if it  has nothing else, and that is an able,  efficient, energetic Board of Trade.  Naturally the place has nothing like  the opportunities of Sandon, in that it  has but an insignificant payroll, while  Sandon with the largest one in the  country is not doing as well as it ought  lo, because of thc apparent apathy ,of  many who ought to be alive to its interests. Sandon is suffering because  its natural advantages from wealthy  surroundings are not made know to  the world. The piospectus issued by  the Reco Mining Co. is quite comprehensive j but it will not fall into the  hands of eveiyone. Its information  ought to be supplemented by' expressions from our council, a Board of  Trade and our business men individually and collectively. Proper ad-  veitising would be attended with some  difficulties, but they are not insurmountable���������they can be readily overcome if or business men would only  make a joint effort to overcome them.  Nature in furnishing the place with  immensely wealthy surroundings has  done her share for Sandon, and thc  people ought to ' recognize this fact  and do the rest themselves.  Corbin has come to the conclusionby  thistimC'there is many a slip iwixt the  cup and the lip." The R. R.committee  at Ottawa gave him the preference  over the C. P. R. of building into the  Kettle River country ; but the bill was  defeated in the House by a vote of 64 to  44. No doubt the senate will acquiesce  and this will leave the C.P. ll. masters  of the situation. They have heavy  interests in the couutry, and no doubt  their policy will be to encourage eveiy  thing c lculated to buildit up* including a smelter system, tramways, branch  lines, and everything of that kind.  We are confident by their vote, the  majority in the House did the best  for British Columbia.  SEATS IN THE LEGISLATURE.  Redistribution Gives  Two   More   Voles  to Kootenay.  The incident in regard to adjournment in the legislature furnished the  opposition with a little opportunity  to try and make out a government <lc-  l'i at. Tho redistribution was brought  down 011 Wednesday, and as on Tuesday indicated increases in tho house  by lour members, Vancouver, Cnssiar,  East Kootenay, West Kootenay each  get an increase of one. Yale district  will be alloted so as to cut off the triangular piece which included Christina Lake,Cascade City, Grand Forks,  Greenwood and Midway whi -h s  thrown into West Kootenay,which has  now three ridings.  Revelstoke riding consists of all  West Kootenay lying out of the line of  passage down the valley of Arrow lake  and Cariboo creek and from Bend  quarters of that creek to the north of  Slocan lake and Kootenay lake, and  then due east to the the boundary of  the district.  Rossland riding includes the triangular part trikeu away from East  Yale and all the rest of West Kootenay south of Valley and west of Arrow  lake and the Columbia.  Nelson riding includes all the Kootenay lake and .Slocan lake country lying  east of tho Columbia or Arrow lake.  East Kootenay is divided by a line  the centre,of which is at Canal Hat on  thc upper Kootenay river.' The boundary runs duo-west from this and to  the east and follows the Kootenay  river and the Palliser fiver to Kananis-  kis pass. This makes Fort Steele and  Uranbrook with thc Crow's' Nust  country the centre of the south  riding and leaves Windermere  and the upper Kootenay lake in  the north riding along with Donald,  Golden and other Canadian Pacific  railway towns  On the Island , Cowichun,' Albcrni  riding is enlarged somewhat by taking  the west northern coast from Comnx  district. Nanaimo City is slightly enlarged, and Texada and Las Quita  inlands aro taken from North Nanaimo  and put in South Nanaimo. Provision  is made for persons ito speedily- get  tliuii names changed Trom one district  to another. Owing to thc number of  voters moved to Cassia recently, the  necessity of two months' residence in  that district is dispensed with.  ?T     WHEN WE WERE  CHILDREN.  Hiivo you forgotten, lillle wifo,  Onr tii'i-nfl* i-.iil'iluj.. --. K./i.Ieii lif',.  Our <.i>1l-_,...J c-;i -Uc-    i. t'        . i'K  Tlio bum 1 mud. -, :.:. : ..   o-.vi: '.und?.  The ion !>' it <.:,".-!���������. '.-._; !'-. i)'< v "c"i,  Til.1 ci' "- wc li.i-l v."   n ������.'e VI-" *ooi*.  Tlit.' ooll 1 Ijjuj-.i .un i...ui'. .*u.t c.;.,  Vl.i-ii u u v, i'i-e ��������� ...M: .���������]., j x.u hm.1 ii  Hnvo yon f-'i-;;'j'l<.-i, li:i!" wi'i\  U'hi- d iv\ Jl-1!--, u- u...i <-������ -t.i !-xi',  Tho s::..:i;-o "' w  li..--   ���������'-<���������  '-I.oJp worW  wore  W'i"n i l'u love's pf-.fcr-i 1." '���������-".1 burp,  Tbe uv"'i::is wa h.-'d, '.Ik .vi,s-.: vi e ... tda  Th'-' a'.-.',-..!." :'.!.���������. thc v ���������-.���������. " ���������! .-'e,  The u-m-.s of many i. :..iu i (    i- y.  Wl.oii we v.u:u \.ai.-.., vo.l .i'k' I?  All, niij !   Your lovmj. hii'i-t, 1 '.now,  neiiiuiiiliui's st.ll t'i'o loiu! :i(.o.  H ii thc lia'ii <J* ���������������"'- - '' li n Cny  TbiU hhiiK-e. ihroat'li nil your v. .ailing ways.  Girl ri ant wo ne'er foi got euv .\ otith,  I-** imiuc'C-iHM. an': faith :..l1 ti-.v.h;  The ^ ii.l������=, thu I.Tn's nnd n-'."-   I ono by,  V.Tc:i v.o -win. c    M.i-H, : ^'V- ���������'������ " .  ���������JFroi'.cnelt E. Weall     ly in ("a ic.l'.s j'.ij;:.:..i.o.  A BOEDER HEllOl^E.  BT CHAi     Kb B. LKW1S.  Wo of Custer's coiii'iaiul vri'-'o swinging around to rco"e:i thu overland trail,  every'(.union of \ .itch in wihlorn Kansas hail been cnj urul by the I:::!.am..  We ht.il gone into camp one night after  ft continuous ridu of nearly 100 mil'.!?,  and everybody but, tho sentinels wat*  Cast asleep, when there eauio riding in  from the northwe. -. a girl, IS years old.  named Wary Tin ipt-on. hhc was riding a pony with ut saddle or bridle,  aud .she was hatl ss and without shoes.  Most of rho nieu ad boon arotibcd, and  were anxious to hear hor Mory bofore  6ho roached. the genoral's tent. Her ro-  port was terse and to the point. Ten  miles to the northwest was a party of  pioneers���������8 wagons, 20 men and 40  women and children. The oamp had  beon attacked by Indians an hour before, and the girl had mounted her  pony, dashed through tho lines and galloped in search of aid. Sho had been  followed for tho first threo or four miles  by mounted Indians, but had distanced  them.  Custer interrogated hor concerning  fcho situation of tho camp and the  strength of the Indians, iiud, believing  tho pioneers could hold thoir own  through tho night, tho men wore ordered back to their b.ankots. It was about  au hour before daylight when we  titovod, tho girl riding at tho head of  tlio column with the general aud two  or three scouts, and we wore within  halt' a mile of tho camp whou tho dark-  u-.ihs faded away and gavo ti.s a view of  tho situation. Then it was a swift dash  at tbo hosliles, t. sharp fight for ten  minutes, ituihvi) had sunt tbo band scurrying away.  In una about tho wagons lay six dead  and four wounded i:n_n���������leu dead or  wounded women and chiklreu. Every  horse and mule was disabled, aud had  wo waited a quarter of an hour longer  the Indians would have "rushed" aud  carried the camp and wiped out every  soul. At midnight they had cut off two  of the outer wagons for a.moment and  mado captive a boy 10 years old���������Mary  Thompson's own brother. Her father  and mother were among tho dead, her  brother carried away by the warriors  as they'fled beforo us. Tho soldiers aud  pioneers crowded about the girl aud  gave hor words of sympathy, aud for a  fow minutes she hid away iu ono of tho  wagons to be alone with her grief.  Whon sho reappeared, her tears had vanished, and she announced her resolution to make an effort to recover her  captivo brothor. General Custer advised  and argued with her, but she refused to  go hack to a point of safoty with tho  surviving pioneers. She did not ask to  go with tho command, but intended t'  dopond upon hersolf alone. I think shi  would havo beon forced to go away witl,  the pioneers had she remained avith us.  a fow minutes longer. While the people  wero making ready for a start the rank  and file learned of her determination.  We outfitted her pony, handed her over  a Winchester rifle and a revolver and  plenty of ammunition, supplied hoi  with food for several days, und nothi.  was lacking when she rodo out of camp  In tho direction tho Indians had taken.  Knowing that her brother .liiim.'u  would he sent to somo village anion;;  tho hills to be held captive, shu gave all  her attention to dodging war parties  and hunting out villages. On tho old  maps of Kansas thero utod to be a cicel:  called Thompson creek, and it v.a.-  uame-cl aftor tho girl. Ouo morning alter a nigh t spent iu riding over tLe. phtii -  sho entered a grove of wiHows ai.d coi-  touwoods ou a littlo island iu tho mid  dlo of the stream to lie up for tho ua;\  About 10 o'clock in the forenoon-as  Indian band numbering ubout 20 old  men, women aud children camo alon,7  aud mado thoir camp on tho oast bank  of tho stream and within pistol shot of  tho hiding girl. i\mong the boys sin.  saw her brother for the first time. He  had boon clothed in Indian dre3S, but  she identified him at once. Ho was  among the score of lads sent across to  the grove to ent lodge poles and firewood, aud the girl planned a feat which  tho most daring scout would have he.si  tated to attompt. It was to carry the  boy off in the faco of the village, and it  was not her fault that she made a failure of it. Ha was one of the first to  roach the island, and she rode boldly  out of shelter and called him by name  and moved towurd him. Ho was so surprised at sight of her that ho ran away.  She overtook him and seized and tried  to lift him on to the saddle, but he  broke away from her and the Indians  Bounded the alarm. As many as a score  of old men and boys mounted ponies  and attempted to capture Miss Thompson, but after wounding two and being  Chased for five miles she mado her escape. She did not go far, however. Having located the village in which the boy  was held, she determined to hang about  until her mission was accomplished.  Tho raound known as Thompson's  Fort was also named after Mary Thompson. Her stock of ammunition had been  reduoed to nine cartridges when she  met a scouting party of cavalry and -was  supplied with 100 rounds aud as much  provisions as she would take. Sho had  then been dogging the Indiaus for over  two months and had donned male attire as tho handiest to get about in.  There were Indians on the trail of the  scouting party, and an hour after Mary  had gone bar way she found 12 mounted warriors in sight behind hor. This  was at 10 o'clock in the morning aud  on the open plains.   She headed for the  laraway hills to the west, ai..l for tho  first hour permitted the Indians to gain  on her. "When they had como withhi  half a mile, sho set the paco to hoi 1  thom there, and made ono of the {ircs.-  est rides recorded under liko circumstances. Her horse was in prime condition, and the ponies were also at their  best. The Indians knew whom they  wero aftor and dotermiiied to captu-.o  her alive and unhurt.  Tne raco and pursuit lasted for CO  miles, ovory rod of which was covered  at a gallop. Tho girl was riding sl-raigl. t  into tho enemy's country, and at sundown sho determined to go no farther.  As sho readied tho creok flowing aroun 1  tho east base of "Thompson's fort,'"  which is a hill standing by itself, sl"j  throw hcrsi.lf off hor horse aud took ::  long drink and then led tho animal t i  tho crest of tho hill. Fortunately fer  her thero was a sinker basin at tlie top,  with many looso rocks lying about, and  in a short time she, had done all that a  soldier could havo accomplished under  the circumstances. As the Indians cau_o  up thoy spread out to encircle tho hill.  They had rim thoir victim to earth and  wero in uo hurry to faco hot rifle.  .From dark to dawn tho^ heroine wiw  not disturbed, and blie afterward related  that sho slept fairly well. Sho had a  soldier's cauteou full of wator, plenty  of provisions end ammunition anel wu-i  uot at all dismayed over tho situation.  When morning came, tho Indians demanded ht>.r surreiKlejr, giving her much  praise and promising to oscort her to  ouo of thoir villages unhurt. This they  would likely have done, but sho did not  propose to become u captive while able  to givo a shot from rifle or revolver.  Two hours wero consumoel by tho Indians iu trying to negotiate- a surrender,  and thon, .finding thu girl inflexible,  they mado thoir first attack. At a givejn  signal tho 12, who wore under tho command of a subchi^f named Littlo Horso,  rushed for the en st of tho hill. They  gained it, but after a fight of two minutes wero driven off with thc loss of two  warriors killed and ono wounded. This  last was lhe chiol" himself. He was shot  through the cheek and' had tho tip of  his tongno carried away, and so badly  did this interfere with his speech thr.t  two years later he drowned himself i .  despair. So well was the girl intrenched  on tho crest of tho hill that- it was  doomed unwise to attack her again, and  tho band sat down to starve her out.  For threo nights and two days sho held  tho fort, woundij.g two oilier Indians  nnd escaping all iheir bullets, ami thon  tho Indians withdrew and left her, tuu.  sho went her way in peace.  As I saw Mai Thompson when sho  first sot out on hor dangerous mission  so did I see hor when it hud been con  eluded. From May until November sho  scouted tho plains and dodged anion?  tho hills alone, hor life and liberty iu  peril, almost every hour in tho 24. The  village in which her brother was held  captivo-moved many times, but shoal-  ways located it anew and watched for  hor opportunity. It camo ono night  with tho seitiui- in of winter. Thero  was a blizzard racing when sho cutcrec1  tlio village, crept from lod^o to loeigo  and finally found her brother asleep between two boys. Sho woke him up and  got him out of the loeigo without disturbing' tho others, and onco they had  mounted hor horso they sot off in tho  direct ion of a sui ply camp GO miles distant. So sovero \,'as tho storm, however, that after riding ten miles tho pair  mado camp iu a ravine until tho worst  was over. ��������� It was B0 hours before tho  storm coasod, tjml tho ineiiaiis soon  started out and picked up tho trial almost as soon as tho pair had tai.on  camp. Tho snow lay two foet deep on  tho level, nud with tho horse canying  double the raco would toon havo been  run. Camped iu a similar ravine, ten  miles to tho west, wore threo cum panics of the Seventh cavalry, aiiei we  had just broken camp and got i:.-.o the  saddle when Mary Thompson, with Lor  brother ou thc ..addlo behind her, came  riding down upon us, with tho yelling  Indians only half a milo away.  Then followed what tho east urn philanthropists hare boon pleased to teim  "a cold blooded slaughter ot unarmed  Indians." There were 22 iu the band,  All wore armed, but thoy camo over tho  ridge and down among us before thoy  know of our presence. Only throe lived  to get- back to tho village  _Cibj'i>rian Keen.  Speaking of Gregory B. Keen, who  has just been elected librarian of the  Historical society of Pennsylvania- to  succeed tho late Frederick D. Stone,  the Philadelphia Inquirer says: "lu  pure library work Mr. Keen has had  good experience as tbo librarian of thc  library of the University of Pennsylvania. For many years ho has been tho  corresponding secretary of tho society.  His papers on tho Swedish influonco in  Pennsylvania aro marked by the society's caroful mothods of investigation,  aud both by tastes and training Mr.  Keon is fitted to prove a most worthy  uuocessor to Dr. Stouo."  Alidroo.  As Andree was about to depart on his  polar balloon ho was askud how soon  tidings from him might bo 'expected.  His answer was, "At least noli ��������� before  three 'months, and one year, perhaps  two years, may olapso before you hear  from us, and you njay ono day be surprised by news of our arrival sonin-  whoro, and if not���������if you nover hoar  from us���������others will follow in our wake  until tho .unknown regions of the north  have been surveyed."  Smooth Koada and TraMc.  The incroaso of efficiency in vchiclos  having.a smooth surface ou which'to  travel is vory great. Perfect rails aro ai  t-cossity for'the steam engine, and a  ' smooth roadbed is essential if high  speed is to bo obtained. The motor carriage, which has already become an established fact'abroad, depends for. its  efficiency on good road surface. Tho bi-  cyeJc gains enormously in case of propulsion, in speed mid in adaptability to  now fields of usefulness by having good  roads. About thoso three thoro is no dispute;, hut it soems necessary to prove by  argument, illustration and statistics that-  carriages, wagons, trucks, carts and all  other vehicles aro equally IjenofHed liy e  suiaotk traveling surface.'���������KxcIiiuibo.  Not Up to Date,  "What is little Dick bellowing  about?  "Well, his grandpa gave him a gingerbread horse, and he is mad because  it isn't it gingerbread wheel.."���������Detroit  Froe Press. v  The village blacksmith is usually  . .-��������� considered the type  J.'���������.of trood health.  --Mrilj)" Even he sickens and  ~t������\t dies frequently in  i/T ^"\ early youth. No  'J' -���������v*j man, not even the  -./~\ most robust, can af-  ) ford to netrlect his  <������- health, which is his  ������5," .���������".*. most precious en-  '������������������&4 downient. The  '. jf1 man who does so  iii?will sooner or  jSSfclater pay the  Sjj5"penalty in some  V serious or fatal  malady. When a  man finds that he  is losing his appetite, that he  passes restless  nights, that he  Ewakeus in the morning nnrefrehhed and  without ambition or mental or bodily vigor,  when he is tioubled with headaches, nervousness or biliousness, it is time for him to  take serious thought for his health.  These symptoms are by no means trivial,  and are indicative of disorders that may  lead lo consumption, nervous prostration,  malarial troubles or some serious blood  disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is tlie best of all medicines for men  and women who suffer in this way. It restores the lost appetite; it gives sweet, refreshing sleep; makes the digestion perfect,  the liver active and purifies and enriches  the blood. It is the greatest of all nerve  tonics. ,It is the great blood-maker and  flesh-builder. It cures 98 per cent, of all  cases of consumption, weak lungs, bronchitis, spitting of blood, obstinate coughs  and kindred ailments. It is also an unfailing cure for nervous exhaustion and prostration.    At all medicine stores.  Mrs. Rebecca F. GimlMcr, of Graflon, York  Co., Va., writes: "When I was mairied I  weighed 125 pounds., I '.f.ns taken sick and reduced in health and' broke out with a tlisense  which mv ductor snid was cc/.eina. T fell away  to cp ponfids. I began using Dr. Tierce's Golden  Medical Discovery, aud now I weigh 140 pounds  and am well.'"  Constipation often causes sickness. Dr.  Pierce's Pleasant l'el.sts cure constipation.  One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and  two a mild cathartic. They never gripe.  They are tiny, sugar-coaled, anti - bilious  granules, in little viais. Druggists have  nothing else "just a.s good." They regulate the Stomach, Mvcr and Bowels.  i";  Mr. Stephen Wescott, Freeport,  N.S., found (Burdock Blood Bitters)  a wonderful blood purifier and gives  his experience as follows: "I was  very much run down in health and  employed our local physician who  attended me three months, finally  my leg- broke out in running sores  with fearful burning. I had thirteen running sores at one time,  from my knee to the top of my foot.  All the medicine I took did me no  food, so I threw it aside and tried  . B.B.; when one-half the bottle was  gone, I noticed a change for the  better, and by the time I had finished  two bottles my leg was perfectly  healed and my health greatly improved."  A FORTUNE.  In the event ofa  stroke of good  fortune you can  win  5000,000 xlDitvlis.  The payment of  the prizes is guaranteed by Govt,  lsl drawing:  June 16th.  You are Invited to participate  in the  chances'of winning-  in tlio grand drawings of prizes guaranteed by tlie Slate ol Hamburg  ln which  II MILLIONS 349,325 IKIARKS  surely have to be won.  In tho course of Ti.Rr.n Adv.vnt-  agrotts T-iiAwns-us, which contain  according lo thcProspectus only 11S.0OO  tickets, the following Phizes will be  .orthcpminK, viz:  The Highest Pjuzb will be event.  BOO.OOO MARKS.  Premium of 30,0000 Marks  1 Prize   of 200,000 Murks  1 Prize   of 100,000 Marks  2 Prizes of 75,000 Marks  1 Prize of 70,000 Marks  1 Prize of* 65,000 Marks  1 Prize of   60,000 Marks  1 Prize  of   55,000 Marks  2 Prizes of 50,000 Marks  1 Prize   of  40,000 Murks  1 Prize   of 30,000 Mnrks  2 Prizes of 20,000 Mnrks  26 Prizes of "10,000 Mnrks  50 Prizes of 5,000 Marks  106 Prizes of    3.000 Mnrks  206 Prizes of    2.000 Mnrks  S12 Prizes of     1,000 Murks  151S Prizes of       400 Mnrks  40 Prizes of       300 Mnrks  140 Prizes of       200 Mnrks  36952 Prizes of       155 Mnrks  9959 Prizes of 13,4,104,100  ��������� Marks \  9351 Prizes of 73,45,21 Mnrks  in nil 59,ISO prize's which must he  siirely'won in 7 rlrawintrs within  the spnee of n- few m-"int.hs.  Tin' highest prize of 1st drawing; iin-iot-iiits to Mnrk 50,000, im  crenBfi in 2nd drawinc to Mnrk  55,000 in 3rd Mark 60,000, in 4th  Mnrk 65,000, in 5th Mnrk 70.000,  iivGth Mnrk 75,000, in 7th Mnrk  200,000, ��������� 'nd together -with the  Tiro.mium of Mark 300,000, in the  mnst. fortunate ense to 'Mark  500.000.  Tho official cost for participation in  tlie first two '  drawing!, anmiintstii-1  ������ollav 4.50 for a full tfefcet.  EJcllar 2.25 for balf n tidier.  ������>oUar 1.13 for oncsquarlcr of a ttclict.  Half rc-p. quarter tickets will untitle t<> one-linlf  resp. one-qi.-iriiTofthc amount, won by the respective  iit.inber, named on tilt, ticket.  TIk; stakes for participation in the folluwintr drawing.',  as well as the exact prize-table, are indicated m the  OF1-TCIA1- PKOSl'liCTtTS, which I send on dc-  inatul gratis in advance. The prospectus is also sent  gratis with evcrv order. After the drawing.I shall  forward i.icvery" ticket-holder the official list of the  winniiJi*. numbers.  The payment and forwarding:  of the amounts won  to those concerned wilt have my special and prompt  . attention, and with the most absolute secrecy.  it^'Keinittrinco of monevcan be made Ity American  Hank-notes by registered letter or Postulfice Orders.  Small amounts can also be sent by postage stamps, <  ;&?' On account of the approaching drawing ol  thc'prizes^ please address the orders immediately mall  ; confidence direct to  Samuel Heckscher Senr.,  Banker,   Hamburg, Germany.  Ne  A  "The latest Magazines arrive daily.  Wall , Papers���������the  latest  designs���������the  only complete stock in the city.  Stationery in every style and quality.  'or Office Supplies.:  The Best Blank Books for all purposes.  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all.  LATEST  GMES  FOR EVENING AMUSEMENT.  Call and see one of the most complete  stocks of Church Books, School Supplies,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books,|Musical Goods, &c,  in tbe Kootenay country.  ^#^^^^^*^e|?������i,#'^  r-TFi  ���������I   ...  .. il  li  ���������'( to  )I  .':   >'   :  .'    *.' '���������  . ���������....                                                                                     UX V   '   XUXUXXU     ....        ..... u        ..   __._       _______              n_������-_     ���������                                                                                                                                                                               - ...  be just as well met by   reducing    the   A  COMPLETE   MED10IFE   CHEST,   then been dogging  the Indians for over     smooth traveling suvfaco.��������� KxybuuKO. Banker,   Hamburg, Germany.                                                                                                                     ���������                                              ;,     ;;  representation of the west  as   by   in-      Taken internally or applied external-   'w0 monlhs' and had donned ���������le j������t-                        Not uP to Data;"..  .                '     |                                                                       )',}.  ^^ri^i.^thiss":tion���������;,H',?a,- th1- ^^^l^,<it.r*^1^x-iiSi^f:'au^ ^Sfiai.fW**   _��������� **���������������.. ��������� ���������������-���������- -=��������� -^���������    Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks,        A I  '    S:iZ*r;:5a3������:������^S^^S    ���������=������������:������ Mini������KReview $2.01                                                                        ',    '-.  ���������,-,������..ra^^^ - -                .     Sandon, B.C.                                ..*i  tationone to every 8,ooo as   one   to  whole medicine chest in itself.                 on the open plains.   She headed for the                     ^.    __       ___. _. ��������� JJ^  )tcU 111 ctuvai^c.                                                                                                                                                      .,     ,:  .                                !       . -                                                       *���������'���������..'' '                 -:                                         ' '    '            "                     .     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Aliens are ��������� Excinded from Recording  Claims and Obtaining Crown  Grants. ,  The following are the proposed  changes in the Mineral Act, as embodied in a report of the mining committee made to thc Legislative Assem-  - bly on Wednesday of last week, which  reads thus :���������  "Every person ovrr, but not under,  18 years of age, and every joint company shall be entitled to all, the rights  and privileges of a free miner and  shall be considered a free miner upon  taking out a free miner's certificate;  provided, however, that no alien shall  be permitted to record a mineral claim  unless he has previously, and in accordance with the provisions of the  act relating to the same, declared his  intention to become a British subject,  and no crown grant shall be issued  upen any mineral claim recorded after  the passage of this act, to any other  than a British subject..  The other proposed amendments  are:���������  ."A miner who shall become a free  miner shall, as regards his mining  property and liabilities contracted in  connection therewith, be treated as of  full age.  ''A free miner's certificate issued to  a joint stock company shall be issued  in its corporate name. A free miner's  certificate shall not be transferable."  Another amendment deals with fractional claims, remedying the omission  in the present act to deal with irregular shaped fractions. It is provided  that, "such fractional mineral claims  need not be in rectangular form, imd  none of lhe angels need necessarily bo  right angles nor the lines be meridian,  and the lines of previously located  mineral claims (whether surveyed or  riot) -between which the fractional  piincral claim is located may be  adopted as the boundary of the fractional mineral claim."  The distinction between a fractional  and a full-sized mineral claim is made  by always prefixing the words ''full-  sized," or "fractional," to the word  claim: The provincial land surveyor,  when surveying a' fractional mineral  claim, whether located before or after  the passage of this act, may survey  such claim so that it shall contain as  nearly as possible, all the unoccupied  ground lying between ' the i_>reviuiisly  located mineral claims, as described  in the affidavit and by the sketch plan  made by thc locator when tbe claim  was'recorded, provided that no side t-f  n ' fractional mineral claim exceed  1,500 feet in length.  Provisions arc made by which a free  miner, if he has finished his assessment work within tho yeai, may have  thirty daya more in which to obtain  and record his certificate on payment  of SiO additional fee.  It- is proposed to allow a miner to do  several years assessment work in one.  In getting a crown giant, too, the  miner is allowed credit for the assessment work done, Ihe amount of such  assessment work being deducted from  the SJ500 necessary to secure a crown  grant. In making an application for  a crown grant tho applicant, it is proposed, shall file the copies of the British Columbia Gazette and newspaper  containing the notices of his application'.  Another amendment is that an ad-  , ver-,0 claimant must file a plan made  by a provincial land surveyor showing  the claim. Instead of, as at present,  allowing credit to bo given for the survey as work on thc claim only when  such survey is made within one year  of the record, an amendment proposes  that two years be inserted instead of  one.  An amendment to tbe placer act  provides that if a person acquires a  placer or an inter'st therein and it  shall appear that the person from  whom he acquired title has neglected  to takeout or keep up a free miner's  certificate according to the provisions  of the act, ihe person acquiring the  claim or interest may within a month  after finding this out, or a month after  the amendment becomes law, if be has  already acquired such knowledge, pay  tbe proper fees and thus make his title  as good as if there had been no default. Another section in thc proposed amendment is to extend to  leases or othpr/plader.minitjgjgrounds  the rigtit^no^-elongingfoniy \'to Holders o1* creek claims' to' consolidate as  "many as ten leases. By some mistake  last session the section giving holders  of placer ground a right to consolidate  placer mining holdings not exceeding  610 acres as one holding was repealed.  The committee propose that this be  re-enacted.  THE GLITTER OF GOLD.  Lures men on, so that in the rueh for  wealth, they too often neglect health.  They have" Dyspepsia,. Constipation,  Liver Disorders, Impure Blood, which  makes life miserable. Then they look  n|ir a cure������������������they get Burdock Blood  Bitters Their blood becomes rich and  pure. The liver troubles aud constipation disappear, they are hearty and  healthy again. B. B. B. is to them a  greater prize than gold.  TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists' refund the money if it  fails to aire.   25 cents.  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at Cliffe's  Bookstore:  MAGAZINE. F1UCE.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  "   Cosmopolitan...' lb  "    Arenn 30   "  "    Ladies' Home Journal 15   "  "    Canadian 15   "  Munsey's '....15   "  FINGER. NAILS CAME OFF.  A wonderful story comes from Emerson, Man., to the effect that Mrs. Jas.  Saunders of that place lost her finger  nails through a severe attack of Salt  Rheum. Nothing seemed to do her  any good till she commenced taking  Burdock Blood Bitters, with the result  that the Salt Rheum has all gone and  her finger nails gradually grew on  again.  50C.  50Q.  GOLD WATCH  FREE.  These watches are solid 1-1-carat  gold,-and our usual list price for  them'.here in England is ������5 (S-5)  each,"but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, we will send you  this watch free if you tako ad van-'  tago of our marvellous oflVr. If  you -.vant one, write us without  deliy. With your letter send us  50 cents International Money  Order, for which we will send you  a solid silver brooch.worth $1, md f  our offer. After you receive the'  beautiful watch, we shall expect  you to show it to your friends,  and call their attention to this  advertisement, This watch is  sent free on registered post on  your complying with our advertisement and our oiler, and is warranted for five years.   Address���������  WATCHMAKERS' ALLIANCE  & ERNEST GOODE'S STORES,'  ixTD., 1S4 Oxford St.London, Eng.  Money returned if not more tlni.li  satisfied.  UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL.  15 Princes St., Birmingham, Enff.  "I Minnie you very much for tho  beautiful watch you sunt me free of  chariru. 1 have tested It for nine  months and it novel- varies one half-a-  mlnule from one week's end to another."��������� K. Wii.ks.  "To give awny a Gold Watch worlh  $25 is certainly a splendid nilvertise-  tnent.butnsthcWnU-hinalccrs'Allianco  i<5 thelnrgrut Aim oi watchmakers In  England.tliey can a fiord it."���������EdltorX.  Bo sure and address your leltur, 1S1,  OxFOitn StjiixEt, Lo.s-iion, Enui.and.  TIjb Anvil onco moro rings with iho  strokos of his hmnthor.  Mr. Thos. Porteous, thq well Jmowri  blacksmith oil Goderioh, Ont, tells how  plcknesa and weakness gave way to health  and strength.   " Tor the past four years my  Barren have been very weak, my sleep fltfal  and disturbed by drenmo, consequently I  arose in the morning unrested. I was  frequently very dizzy and was muoh  troubled wibh a miat that came before my  eyes, my memory was often defeotive and I  had fluttering of the heart, together with a  sharp pain through it at times. In this  condition I was easily worried and felt  enervated and exhausted. Two monthB ago  I began taking Milburn's Heart and Nerve  PillB. since that time I have been gaining in  health and strength daily. They have  restored my nerves to a healthy condition,  removed all dizziness and heart trouble, and  now I sloep well and derive comfort and  rest from it. That Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills aro a Rood remedy for Nervousness, Weakness, Heart Trouble and similar  complaints goes without saying." Price  50 cts. a box at all druggists or T JVUlburn  ii Co., Toronto, Ont..  The LIGHT t������h������ WORLD  OR, OURSSAVIOUR IN ART.  -. -Cost over S100.000 lo publish. '  Nearly 200 fiili-pngo Mnsli'rpieci.s of  Our Saviour nnd tlio Mother, by "jUrea-l.  Masters.  A perus:il of Ibis superb wurk is like  taking a tour through nil tho Art gal-  laries of bin rope.  A jjlnneo at thi so matchless, thrilling pictures brings tears to the eyes of  everyone.  Christian men and women paying  for I'onios are taking from three to ten  orders daily here in Cbieago and everywhere.  Soils itself���������sn beautiful when people, see it they want it.  Selling rapidly nil the way from the  Klondyke. to Kio Janeiro. Never sold  in this territory.  1'iiblished a'year.nnd in its twentieth  edition.  Presses running day and night; call  and see it.  ��������� Get sole management of large field  and 100 agents and you have a fortune.  Salary $900 to man or worn n in good  church standing to act as manager and  correspondent here.  Call or address A. P. T. Elder; Manager Subscription Department, 1S9  Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.  ATEKTION   TRAVELLING   PUBLIC.  Leave Sandon for all Coast and Sound  points at 7.45 a.m. daily,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock next day.  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next day.  arrive Nelson 22.30 o'clock same day.  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same clay,  arrive liossland 23 30 o'clock same day.  .[Immediate connection made at  junction points, no delay ; quick service and superb acquitment are few of  the many ad vantages offered by this  line.  DAILY STAGE  FROM THREE FORKS TO C0DV.  Morning���������leaving   Three (forks at 8  o'clock.  Afternoon���������leaves Cody at 11 o'clock.  ��������� Leaves Three Forks at 1 o'clock.'  Leaves Cody at 4 o'clock.  J. J.  Madigan.  SPOKANE FULLS I NORTHERN  NELSON I FORI SHEPPARD RY.  RED MOUNTAIN R  THE ONLY ROUTEtoTKAILGREEK  andtlie mincriil districts of the Colvllle Reservation, Nelson, Kaslo, Koolunay  Lake and Slocan points.  daily kxckpt suxday,  between*    ,  SPOKaNE,ROSSLAND and nelson  LEAVE AKKIVE  10.00 a-m Rossland    3.10 p.m.  8.10 n.m Nelson (i.00 p.m.  8.00 a.m Spokane 0.00 p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  Close coniiealions at Nelson with steamers  for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake points.  PnssengerH for Kettle river .mil Bonndarj-  creok connect at Marcus with stage daily.  [anadian Pacific  Railway And SooPaciflt Line.  TITE FAST AND SUPERIOR ROUTE  10 EASTERN AND EUROPEAN POINTS.  TO PACIFIC COAST AND FAR EAST; POINTS.  TO RICH G0LDFIELD8 OF KLONDYDE. YUKON.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE dally to St. Paul.  Dully except Tuesday to Eastern, Canadian  and U. S. pointF.  BassaKP checked to destination and through  tickets l*suc.'.  DAILY CONNECTION to the main lino  points, excepting Sunday���������to and from  Nelson.  Train leaves Sandon dally at 7.45'p. in.  Train arrives Sandon dally at 1.55p. m.  Ascertain present, reduced rates and full information by addressing nearest local agent  or  A. C. MOARTHUR, Agent, Sandon  \V. F. Aiulorson.Trnv. Pass. Agt.,Nelson  E. J. Coyle, DIM. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.  BE  SURIC   YOUR   TICKET  READS  VIA C. P. R.  Kaslo and Slocan  Railway.  T\r\E CARD.  Leave 8.00 a.m  "      S.36   "  "      9.3(3   "  0.51   "  "     10.03  "     10.18  "     10.3S  ArrlvelO.50  Kaslo      Arrivo 3.50 p.m.  South Folk    Spoules  Win lo wator  Bear Lake  McGuigan  Cody Junction  Sandon  ������(  3.15  .1  2.15  t  2.00  ((  1.48  (1  1.33  "  1.12  Leave 1.00  Subject to chillis'-' without notice.  Trains run on l'aeilie Standard Time.  HOBEKT HIVING,  O. F. & V. A.  GEO. V. COPULANI),  Superintendent.  For cheap Rnilruiid and. Steamship  Tickets to and from all poinCs, apply to  S. Campbell, Agent, Sandon, B. C.  Use a llrst-class line ln travelling between  Minneapolis, St. l'nul and Chicago, and the  principal towns In Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars  ln service.  The IxInlngCarsaveopenitcd ln ihe Interest  of lis patrons, the most elegant service ever  Inaugurated.   Meals are served a la Carte.  To obtain first-class service your ticket  should read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago linn Milwaukee for Eastern points.  For full inionnatlon call on your nearest  tlckol agent, or write  Jas. Pond, or Jas. A. C'.ocrc,  Gen. Pas. Agt.. Gcnoial Agent.  Milwaukee, Wis. 2HI Stark bl.,  Portland, Or.  50   YEARS'  .XPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending in sketch nnd description may  quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an.  Invention is probably patentable. Communications strictlyconBdentinl. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest nconcyfor securing iitttonts.  Patonts taken through Munn & Co. receive  ipecial notice, without charge, in tho  A handsomely Illustrated weekly;.   J/,n,i',RJ''t.9.lr-  MUNN &Co.361Broadway-New York  Branch Offlcev&l. F St,, Washlnstoo, D. O.  FORTUNES IN PATENTS  IIXE.A.8 !  Send a Rough Drawing in Lead Pencil of  your Idea. Improvement or Invention, with  a clear description of it, and we will promptly tellyouif itisnewann probably patentable,  absolutely Free. FREE ! Valuable 100 page  book " Row to get a Pat ent." MARION &  MARION. Experts, Temple Bldg Montreal. The only firm of graduate engini ere  in the Dominion ti-xiiisactiiig patent business  exoluEtvely.   Highest references ,  Can be ea-ily transformed into Fortunes  if properly handled. We assist inventors to  uerfect their inventions and secure for them  ho strongest claims possible under patent  laws. ADVICE FREE. Free: 100 page illustrated book on Patents. MARION & MA-  itION, Experts, Temple Building, Mont-  ircal. Tho only firm of graduate engineers  ia t'le Dominion transacting patent business  inclusively.   Highest references.  r.V^-s*v  ;ry.  Nothing Like Brick  ���������^���������^���������'S!^-^-0������i0ii0-  ���������^^. ���������*���������������������. ���������^ifc. ��������� ^^ ���������"^���������'V^  Proctor & McMillan Bros.  OF BALFOUR  Manufacture a first-class article in Pressed Brick; they are selling at low figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  Kaslo  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  COAST LUMBER.   COAST LUMBER.  Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Mouldings,  Laths, Shingles, Doors and Windows,  Glass. Store and Office Fixtures.  D. J. McLachlan.  FACTOKY AND YAKDiNEXT TO ELECTRIC POWER-HOUSE,      SANDON.  g^ Jf.    Jf.    Jf.  *  Sa  We have every  facility for  turning out the  best Mining and ^|  Commercial jj  Work that can    A,  be executed.       $������������������������  <j Ortlers taken for Printing ������  ���������eS^- at Cliffe's Bokstorc ���������������?���������������  ������ will recoivo prompt ^^  "g^ attention. O*"  Do you see this  package?  keep it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  See that this is  what you get.  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  before the public, = CLAIMED WITHOUT  OPPOSITION.  Its Advantages as a Distributing   4������������  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in Kootenay having  both railroad and steamboat connection that can *  ship goods daily to ten diflerent towns, whereby the  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that  they will be received by the consignee within two  hours.  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the  funnell as it were, for the raihoad business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, Trail Creek and the Slocan  must, and is now passing out this way to the main  line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming  in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  NOTE. To substantiate this: The C. P. R.  are now pulting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,  the first and only scales that has been put in on any  of the C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance of this point by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City,  where you can step ofl the steamer to a waiting  train and continue your journey. You can take  either a north or south train at this terminus ; consequently Rosebery is the best transient town in  the race. Nervertheless we claim Slocan City  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the careful  observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  Kootenay for the treatment of ores the cheapest, .,  Rosebery was selected, and they now are erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which  will be in operation within 90 days ��������� and it is their  intention to pay out monthly in the vicinity of  $100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the  largest water power from Wilson river, flowing into  Slocan Lake.  AS TO CLIMATE.  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on ^Slocan  Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and  absolute shelter from the north ��������� snow always  leaves the place about the 15th of March.  AS A TOWNSITE.  As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer. It  is possessed of all the fiat land available at the  mouth of the Wilson river leading to the valley���������  mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect. .A.11 purchasers of lots are safe in this  respect. The only safe speculative townsite in the  * Slocan is Rosebery.  Why should I say the only safe speculative town- j'Jj-i,  site in the [Slocan ?    Because Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each  and are  bound  to   increase rapidly this summer. 0 These  figures   can,   and   will,    double.       Before   long  the time to buy now.    Don't wait till they are from   $700 to $1,000, as you did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery^before  lots are out of sight.  *g*7  *  *  *  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a restaurant.  We want a good hotel right away.  We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop.  Anyone looking for an opening spy out this  place at once.  Maps and price-lists.on application; prices run  from $75 to $200.  TERMS : One-third cash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders special terms can be  arranged for a few lots by applying to  i  4*        A. M. BEATTIE, General Agent, Rosebery.  4*  *  E  -* ::>��������� >>. ������������������������������������������' j-   a;-"''*������������������,*-' ''���������-''" 1 ���������.; -, r>" -������������������    .'.j-'  ������������������ fr- *.��������� (rr-- ���������.*>_.- ���������. -,-.;  t< -:. ������������������������ \.->.tvr ,'--,.���������  -.��������� - , o" '*,? ���������. -4 ���������., .-. .*..-���������*; ,,���������*.��������� **:-���������''��������� ,* ������������������.-.. ..ik.-'-S1- i   m.. i--.>::������������������   .\i--.*ri vjv-    v- -v   '.v> ���������������   < *    *��������� -���������'������"*,  . -if  v1'.";"! - ���������**���������*���������   -l-.V-v -.i*- **:��������������������������� V-,~ V"* '7*"A'.*' *���������<���������-���������-V" - ;.-"��������� v-p-K.. "-r\'\-i.  ">��������� . ,o ,v ������������������������ ' .  - '-; ~   ���������*,������������������, ,*-" * '-  * .'>"���������'.      *:^,^ v-*-'" ��������� -'������������������ <-i, "��������������� ":-       - "��������� V-'-    J ?-'--"   *-������^  Pi xL ''���������*  \j , '��������������� -  r   l <-���������  fcJxlx. J..A  as -I'ti.*1  r **. 1 *  ^������   r ��������� * .  1 ������,n *. t- .1  r ���������-    -��������� J THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY. APRIL 23, 1898.  M  fijls!**'1  ������������������"���������-I  MOUNTAIN   ECHOES.  Miners' time checks at Clitic's bookstore.  Silver is standing at 56 cents steadily  these times.  The talk of, the town���������the Hispano-  American war.  Kaslo' is going to celebrate the 24th  of May, truly "loil."  The Payne shipped ISO tons of ore  over the C. P. R. the past week.  The C. P. R. are getting their charter  through for the Whitewater extension.  Mr. McPonagh expects to have thc  Reco hotel in full swing by the 1st of  May.  The K. and S. say they are fnlly in  the swim as rega'rds low passenger  rates.  City Clerk Sewell is under the  weather these days���������a bad attack of  quinsy.  A Bill is soon to be introduced granting incorporation to the town of Revelstoke.  The Argo people are building a  pack trail from the Reco trail up to  their second tu..uel.  It is said, by some who profess to  know, the creek improvements will  cost about ������12,000.'  P. M. Lilly is on dvck again, but  there appears to be no offenders - they  have all left for safer quarters.  Main Bros, are opening the oflice of  their wholesale liquor business in the  Filbert block, which will be very convenient.  A magnificent stock of new ingrain  wall paper, borders and ceilings at  Cliffe's bookstore, Sandon. All tastes  can be fully met.  The Ruth has 140 tons of ore ready  for shipment over the K. and S. as soon  as repairs are made on the road, which  it is expected will be finished to-day.  In another paragraph we said there  were two happy men in town���������Messrs,  Fallows and Rose. We have to add  the third, Mr. D. J. Robertson, and the  end is not yet.  (.  Mr. Bascom ha3 bought the Cody  saw mill, and is now busy loading it  on K. and S. cars to ship to the Crow's  Nest road, where it will be used cutting construction timber.  The Home Mission society of the  Methodist church are making arrange  ments for a neck-tic and ice cream  social to be held in the Virginia hall  on Monday evening, May 2nd. Other  announcements later.  There are some indications that the  American mines near the boundary  may yet send their ores across the  lines for treatment. When this time  arrives it will be a bright clay indeed  for British Columbia.  The 1. 0. O. F. are making arrangements for one of the best times of the  age at their anniversary bull, which  will be held in Spencer's hall on the  26th inst. Everything is being put in  proper shape to give all visitois a most  enjoyable time.  Kellie's Truck Bill is likely to receive some amendments. It is too  general. Surely miners ought to be  allowed to board where they like. If  they find it raon convenient to board  at the lodging house of the mine, they  ought not to be prevented from doing  so by legislation.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  "Shady" Giegerich was in Kaslo this  week.  Rev. and Mrs. Cleliand left yesterday  for a couple of week's visit with friends  in Portland, Ore.  Mr. G. W. Grimmett supplied for  Rev. Powell in New Denver and Silver-  ton, Sunday last.  Mr. Mytton, manager of the Bank of  B. C, has returned from Harrison Hot  Springs, where he went to get relief  from a bad attack of rheumatic /ever.  He looks considerably the worse for  tho wear, but will doubtless recuperate  rapidly now that the worst is over.  Col. Ii. J. Budd, of Knoxville, Iowa,  a member of the Silver Republican  National committee, was in town this  week visiting J. M. Harris, G. W.  Hughes and oth������r silver men, talking  over thc situation and planing for  future operations in the interest of the  white metal.  AT THE   HOTELS.  Sandon --E. Schiller, A. Mathews,  Welland; R. Larch, T. R. Powers, G.  Anderson, J. Alwyn, New Denver; 9  Nashville Students; A. W. Bascom,  Goat River.  Balmoral���������J. Grant, Whitewater; L.  Ernest, S. J. Mighton, Nelson ; A. McKinnon, Kuskonook; .T. J. Bradley,  Kaslo ; L. Leitch, Halcyon Hot  Springs; J. A. Craig, Cornwall.  Goodenough���������G. Buncombe, James  Jones, Vancouver; E.W.Turner and  wife, I-I. Bedlington, Toronto; T. H.  DeCew, Arrowhead ; A. Sproai, New  Denver; A. A. Stewart, Woodstock; A.  J. Budd, Knoxville; R. Harron, San  Francisco ; Bishop of New Westminster, New Westminster; W. S. Drewry,  Kaslo.  $100 Reward.  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly paid lor any case  of drunkenness (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's Alcliolin  nnd Tobicco Cure" will not- cure in  two weeks. The same remedy cures  both thc liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or mike one hundred dollars. Sent by mail postage  paid to any part of thn world for One  Dollar.   Address all orders to  R. Ryan, R.A.C.  Gowor Point, Ont.  fjOURTS OF ASSIZE and Nisi Prius,  ^anil of Oyer aud Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, will be holden at  the places and on the dates following,  viz.:���������  City of Nelson, on Monday, the 20th  day ol June, 189S.  Town of Donald, on Monday, the27th  day of Juno, 1898.  By Commt.nd.  JAMES BAKER,  Provincial Secretaary.  Provincial Socretarv's Oflice,  Sth M.u-ch, lStlS.  AG E.VTS.--"Th<. best Life of Her .Majesty 1  have seen," writes Lord Lome about "Queen  Victoria." Agents in-ikc live dollars daily.  Onl.it iree. URADIxICV-OAUlUCTriOX CO.,  xxliniteU. Toronto.  WJNTPI, Jiy Old Established House���������High  Ilnlilut) Grade .Man or Woman, of good  church slandinK, to net as Manager here and  do ofllee work and correspondence at lliolr  home. Jiiihhiet-s already built up and established here. Salary $!W0. Enclose sell-addressed Mumped envelope for our terms to A.  P. T. Elder, General .Manager, ISO Mich, ave.,  Chicago, 111.  CURES EVERY TI ME.  "I have often had Coughs and Colds  as well as Bronchitis. Norway Pine  Syrup cures me every time."  LIZZIE HARDY,  Maylield, Ont.  MINING RECORDS.  There are two very happy men in  town these days, if there are no others.  They are W. W. Fallows and W. de R.  Rose, Mr. Fallows because it is a  daughter and Mr. Rose because it is a  son ; and thus it is the sexes keep  evened up in the worlds the one never  .appears to gain materially on the  other. Both gentlemen were informed  of the incidents by wire the first of the  week.  The Anglican Bishop was here on  Monday evening and preached a most  acceptable sermon, which was listened  to by a large, number of people, not-,  withstanding the short notice of his  coming given. Squire Lovatt says he  will build a new Anglican church "himself if the authorities only send an  acceptable low church minister. He  does not want Jesuitism in the services.  We have had no train on the K. and  S. since Friday last���������causes, a mud  slide beyond Whitewater and two  bents taken from the trestle bridge  near McGuigan by a snow slide. It is  said everything will be in shape again,  however, today or to-morrow. Pas-,  senger traffic went on the week as  usual, also nrailservice, by transfers  at the wrecks, which shows good pluck  on the part of the managers of the  road.  Mr. Burke, at one time of Sloean  City, and who has seen the elephant,  classes the Klondyke boom as among  the greatest frauds on earth, gotten up  by the business men of the various  outfitting points and the transportation companies for the sole purpose of  fleecing the people. "In Seattle," he  says, "trickery and every other method  are resorted to in order to sell thoir  Klondkye goods before the boom utterly collapses, which they now see is  close at hand.  Mr. Ira W. Black left on Monday for  the Republic mining country, some 80  miles; west of Grand Forks. He has  secured a license there and will open  up an hotel. He says development  has gone steadily ahead there in several properties until now there is S2-  000,000 worth of ore in sight. Much  machinery is in eperation, but shipping cannot be clone until the district  is tapped by a road, the nearest station  b������mg now 60 miles distant. His  brother will run the hotel here.  Recorded  at  New Denver.  LOCATION'S.  April 12���������Anny, Howson creek, Geo .Morrison.  Shnmroik, New Denver, Patrick Sherran.  Anna Fraction, same. Pete Columbus,  Gold Quartz, opp Now Denver, W.li. Young.  April IS���������Early JUrd, Now Denver, Patrick  Sherran.  May Queen Fractional,' near Payne tramway, Ancus JMcDouguld.  Trust Fractional, Codv, .las MclCicrnan.  Koble. Now Denver, I.J Kobie.  ASSESSMENTS.  April 12���������Texas Boy.  April 13���������Oma, Aggie, Pride. Queen City.  April 15���������Comlskey, Peerless.  April   1G���������Carrie,    Chicago,    Cube    Lode,  Annie.  April IS���������Carbonate Hill, Victor.  TKANSFERS.  April 12���������New Colembia J, Felix i, J S Lawrence to Jane Crawford, April :>(), $2o0.  Mentor, Albert. IJehue to C IC .Milbourne,  March 2'J, $1,000.  April 11���������March J3ird Fraction, Uobert  Oliver to S T U'alkor, April 11.  March Hlrd Fractional V, S T 'Walker to  Norman McMillan, April 12.  Laughing Waters, Far Away, John Williams lo Jas C Ryan, Dec 10, IS'.IU, $500.  Grandstand.,. (J lias W" Greenlee lo Edwin  L Beer, Dec 21, 1S97.  April 15���������Electric Light}, A S Rued to Henry  Stes.e, April 5.  Alice, Mary, Aberdeen,} in each, Frank  Anderson to Henry Stege. April 14.  April, 16���������Stiver Dollar, Albert Watts to  Alexander Craig, April 5.  April IS���������Cinderalla, Medlord, ABDoek-  stender to Leonard B Keyser, agreement to  sell for $2,525, April 15.  Francis <J-,'Morley Billett to J Maxwell Don-  uell. March 17.  Boss, Power ot Attorney, C N Risdon to B V  Risdon, August 9,1SD7.  Recorded at Socan City.  LOCATIONS.  April7���������Cascade, E H Phillips.  April 15���������Torpedo, Thos Blench.  ASSESSMENTS.  April 9���������Club, Silver City.  Anril 12���������Sundown Fraction.  April 13���������Hazelton, Pendleton, Little Chif-  lie, Hamilton. .  '���������':,- TRANSFERS.  April 7���������Sligo, W WFallows to M L Grimmett,  April Si���������Dalhousie, Sawyer, Glad Tidings,  Whycocomagk J, N Angrignon to J Pilar..  Climax No3 i. J H Brown to C -15 Miller and  JII Brown.  April'12���������Little'Club}, Ella Brown to II  Ciever, $300.  April 1-1���������Superior 1-0. Frank Thomas to T  J Lloyd.  Yon need it to bear the daily burdens of  life. If yonr back's weak���������Doan's Kidney  Pills will strengthen it. If it pains and  aches���������Doan's Kidney Pills will onre it. No  experiment in taking Doan's Kidney, Pills.  They cured hundreds of weak, aching backs  long before other kidney pills were dreamed  of.  Me. JxxMes Row, Belleville, Ont., suffered  for nine years with terrible pain in the  back, rheumatic pains, and pains in the  bladder. He spent S300 doctoring, but got  little relief. Doan's Kidney Pills have  completely oared him, banished the baok  pains, and all the other pains and aches.  I. 0. o.  Silver City Lodge, No. 39, meets every Friday evening.at 7.30 o'clock,in Crawford's hall.  F. C. SEWELL, N. G.  M. L. GIUMMETT, V. G. Grand.  G. W. WAITE, Rec. Sec.  All sojourning brothers  cordially Invited  to attend.  To Whom It May Concern.  THE LIVER OF A  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  W. FURNI.VAL  "The" Ifercmtile Auctioneer, is now  prepared to handle all kinds of merchandise, mining stocks, &c.  Parties wishing 'o consult him.plcase  address W. FURNIVAL, P. O. Box 117,  Sandon, B. C.  Licensed Auctioneer for the province.  ���������/i.f%.M.r������<n.f ���������.,'<���������������>..������*. r���������'i.fs.'i.i*i.li.f'i.'Wi.'i.'it-'������...  THE....  Is the Hairspring, and like the human organ, it sometimes  gets kinks in it ��������� just does all sorts "of funny things without  any excuse or reason discoverable.  Its takes a doctor to find out the cause.    ,  / AM A  Watch Doctor  SANDON, B. C.  T  V  <   American  5   European  Plan,  Plan,  $3.50 per day.  $2.00 per day.  WHITE  A vegetable remedy for diseases  arising from Disor ' :red Liver, Sto-  macn or Bowels, such as Headache,  Biliousness, Constipation, Coated  Tongue, Bad Breath, Feeling: of  Languor, Distress after Eating*, etc.  Mrs. Clara Howe, Moncton, N.B., says: I  " I used Laxa-Liver Pills for Headaohes !  and Liver Trouble, and they not only re- i  lioved me but cured me.    They do not !    gripe or sicken and are easy to take." j  Sold by all Druggists at ������5* | Estimates furnished.  % Vial or 5 fop $.2.00.  And make it a business'to straighten out all the little troubles,  and get the sick watch on its proper diet of time again. Because you don't understand all the details of a Watch is no  excuse for me to charge exorbitant~prices for repairing. I  charge what it is worth���������no more. If your Watch is dyspeptic bring it in.  Q. W. QRlfinETT,  '1/'  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.  &*$?*%?'$?'$?<������'  Bruce White.  N. J. Cavanaugh.  & CAVANAUGH  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough .and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  i  Comiactors and Builders.  AGENTS.���������Hook ���������.limine** ls bettor than lor  years pas-l; alno luive better unci .';i������t.or  >-(.ll-  niK hooks.   Adonis vk-nrliiK from  $10,000   lo  5.10,000 weo'cly.   A few  leaders iiro:   "(.lae.-u  Victoria."   "IjU'e  of   .iTr.   (".Inclsione,"     '-My!  .Mother's lliblu Slor.cs,"   'I'mgres^lve Speak- |  er,"   "Klondyke  Gold    Fields,"   "Woman." ,  "Glimpse.-, of I he Unseen," Hienkliisl, Oinncr I  and Supper,"  "Canada:   an   Encyclopedia." I  Hook-- on   tune.   OiiuiU  tree to canvassers.  THE Hl'Am.IOV-G.-Ull'I.rsO.V CO.. Limited, I  Toionto  WANTED  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. 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It has brilliant illustrations, stories by  great authors, a capital humor page,  complete markets, departments for the  household, and women's work and  other special departments of unusu il  interest. ,  We offer this unequaled newspaper  and The Mining Rrv.ew together one  year for So-OO.. '   ���������������������������,."'.  DENTIST.  BLACK'S HOTEL, SANDON.  All work promptly executed.  a man desires to  fill a pteady, paying position and earn good wages ! If  you are at present employed that need  not prevent you from sending us a postal-card to learn what we can do for yon.  We have thclargcst, most complete  and thoroughly up-to-date nurseries in  the Dominion. Thero is a largely increasing demund for Home-grown Nursery Stock.  ALL SUPPLIES SENT FREE.  TRE TRIAL COSTS YOU NOTHING  '   YOU GET YOUR PAY EVERY  SATURDAY.  If yon cannot give full time to our  interests we can arrange liberal terms  with you for part time. We grow a full  line of Fruit Trees, Berry Bushes,  Flowering Shrubs, Ornamental Trees,  Hedging, Bulbs, Roses and Seed Potatoes. All our stock-'guaranteed and  warranted to live.  Write and tell us you are open for an  offer and we will make you a proposition you will want to accept.  E. P. BLACKFORD & CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  TAILORING, CLEANING, REPAIRING AND DYEIN6.  Bidlingmeyer's Old Stand.  Prices Reasonable.  . STEVE ENOX, Puopkietoe.  ������0D T\LEWS  FOR SANDON!  *  *  Acting on instructions from the creditors of CRAWFORD  & flcfllLL/JN a11 the present stock will be disposed of  immediately, regardless of price���������rock-bottom prices. Come  early and secure some of our great bargains.  GOODENOUGH BLOCK.  *  ^i" "ic  ���������si?   *sfe*   *&e  ���������&���������  ���������fo    ������A������    4k������    ������A������    ������A������ JC3  SLOGAN STAR STREET.  / CURED 5000  OSSSSiaiSSSSSEE^SSSBSSSSatERSBSaseS^aBaBI,  WEAK AND NERVOUS.  Too many women that way. They  need Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills,  Mrs. J. Hawke, Hagersville, Ont.,  says .���������"Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills cured me of weakness and nervousness, with which I had been af-  flcted for a long time."  M  in,  Strictly First-class;  PORTMANN B:R0S.&"C0.,'.Piv0P8.  Good  Sample Rooms.  "Good Table;  The best Brands of Liquors and  ..r/ Cigars.  RECO  Mrs.  FOR OVER FIFTY" YEARS.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup  has beon  BIRTHS.  used by millions ofmotliera for their children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suffering  andcrylne with pain of outtinK teeth. Send  at onco and got a bottle tit "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little Rufforerjlmniedlat-  ly. Depend upon It, mothers, thera ls no  mistake about It. It cures diarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  softens the gums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to the system.  "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth Ing Syrup" for children  leotliing is pluiifiunt to the taste and is the  prescription ot one of tlie oldest and best  female physicians and nurses in the United  States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle.  Sold by nil druggists throughout the world,  lie sure and ask lor '.'.Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing  Syrup."  We want a number of families, to do  work lor us ;it home, wliolo or spare  time. Tlie work we send our workers  is quickly and easily done, and returned by parcel pout as finished. Good  money mado at home. For particulars  ready to commence   send name and  m    address.   TIIK STANDARD SUPPLY  PI    C0.,.J>ept. U., London, Out.  \  last year with the DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT, famous the world over. No  drugs, no ill effects, but simply nature's own  remedy���������Electricity, Drains, Night Losses,  Varicocele, Undevelopment, Impotency and  all results'of Youthful Errors speedily cured.  e������NSULT ME FREE  at office, "or write for book explaining all.    Sent sealed upon  request.    Address   . "'���������-,'.''  Dr. Sanden, 156 St. James St., Montreal, Que.  We do every kind of work done in the best steam laundries, by the be������t  and most experienced workmen. Everything from the most delicate fabric to  the heaviest garment. All work done expeditiously. We call for goods, and  deliver in any part of the town. ,, ,c ..'���������  UP-TOWN OFFICE, C. GALES' BARBER SHOP,  Next.Slocan.News Co.       '  Lawerence & McKeftzie.  1    v  HvPTOf' Viin c TTr������_+n-r.i-.fA  in our line.   A fine selection of Worst-  -ExYery ining   U p-XO-Udie  cdS) Tweads and Fancy Venting*.  Agents for the Dominion Piano  and Organ Co.  in Meats  At Sandon, Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  Sandon. Slocan City.  MARKET   INFORMATION AND   PRICES GLADLY  FURNISHED.  Full Prices. Corrcot*"Seleotion  -RoJJKi'Tso.v���������On Saturday, the 16th  inst., at Sandon, to Mr. and Mrs.  D. J. Robertson, a daughter.  Fallows���������At Nelson, on the 18th inst.,  to Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Fallows, "a  daughter.  Eose���������In California, on the S inst., the  wife of W. de R. Rose, this citv, of  a son. ���������.  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  Pupi.rc, Euc.  Sandon,     B. C.  Notice.  Take notice that thirty daysnflor date I will  apply to the License Commissionerof the city  ofSnndon, lor a transfer of license held by  Mrs. Katie Barger, lor the WuIdorfHotel, to  J. S. IUOHARIJSON.  I Sandon,March 7th, 1808. '.  Ropes & Tags Furnished Fiee  TALLOW, QINSENQ, SENECrfS.  figx*f Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices. "*������g  No Commission Charged,  200: FIRST AVE.. NORTH,  JllNNEflPOLi/.  . ..-....--.... .... ,l.||lnti-.-|-lrtirriMIM������*^yMMilili*rnHlMfc'itfft'*li*ffliiMi  WHEN IN SANDON ST07 AT THE  SANDON, B. C  Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Rates $2.50 to $4.80 per day.  R. CUNNING, Proprietor.  WHEN YOU ARE AT BEAR LAKE STOP AT THE  FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.  RATES���������������2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  EL I. McDonald, Proprietor.  |-*������7T*V  -T.x  r        i        .. r������      I .i   ��������� t.    I.    . ��������� i i .  i^ .       . . >  I."." ^-. ..-��������������������� .1*1 ��������� -������ I *"il ��������������� ' .������ ������x".-������ I. ���������        ' I.i^i".

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