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Mining Review Aug 6, 1898

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Array /���������  /  1  t  '���������y ���������_  _j���������  'V,  1  2as  {    ���������  YOL. 2.    NO.   9.  SANDON, B. C., SATURDAY, ADJUST   6, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CEJSTTS.  MM \  The Millionaire Miner Pays Sandon  a Business Yisit.  in the  Mr. James Dunsmuir, ��������� the   inillion-  aire coal miner, of Victoria, who it   is  said put up the ��������� money   to   help   the  Noble Five mine out of its difficulties  last winter, was in the  city   Saturday  last, and went over to the  Noble Five  to see how things   are  getting   along.  He appears to be  well   satisfied   with  the'way development work and other  improvements are pushed ;   but canny  Scotchman that he is, he will say   but  little as to the future intentions of the  owners as to the Noble Five.    He   desires development to be proHeciited for  some time just to show what there' is  in the property ; and offerB   every   inducement to tbe neighboring mines t������  utilise the fine plant of the   property,  such as the tram and the concentrator. I  It appears too they will be utilised   in  this way, that is branch trams   will be  built from the smaller properties.    In  other cases where it is   more   convenient to do so, they   will  pack   to   the  tram and use it as a trunk line for all  to the concentrator.  , Mr. Dunsmuir says his coal   mining  is going on as extensively as ever.   He  does not think the provincial law prohibiting Chinese to mine underground,  and which was declared valid lately by  the supreme court of the province.will  hold water before the privy council of  England, before which it is to be carried.   If it is declared, valid,   it  will  only result in bringing   down   white  labor. "��������� His contention is   that   while  thegovernment'has th'e right and  the  power to restrict Chinese immigration,  it has no right to discriminate against  citizens because of nationality.  Though a member of the B. C. Legislature^ e was no disposed to say much  on the political situation.     It was his  opinion, however, Turner would   meet  the House with a   majority.     He   is  confident Neilson and Henderson, tlie  two Independents.will support Turner,  as in the contest thej' were opposed to  - the teeth by the opposition, and   owe  election to government support. Then  ..-.with thefie., ifCassiar goes government  the two parties are a tie.   He   is   confident the opposition party will quarrel  and split, and Turner will be   able to  get two of them to   take   the   departments of Agriculture and   Lands   and  Works,which after electing his speaker  would leave him with three of  a   majority.   Of course his idcaB   are   quite  plausible,but they are too much of the  expectant character  to   be   likely   to  materialise.  umbia has  been encountered  Golden Hope.  A carload of machinery for the Silver Queen Mining crmpany's plant has  arrived at Burton City, and the balance is due within the next two or  three days. This machinery is for the  compressor and water power plant that  the company intends to install on its  extensive properties.  The government is spending a large  sum of money on trails in the Cariboo  creek camp. A wagon road' is being  constructed as far as Snow creek, a  distance of five miles, and a good trail  is being made from there in to the Silver Queen properties, which is five  miles further ur. The trees and underbrush on the five-mile trail 'are being  cut out for the full width of a wagon  road, so that it can at some future  time be made into a wagon road.  A road is being constructed for seven  miles of   the distance   to   the Millie  Mack, and a fine trail on an eight per  cent, grade for the remaining eight  miles of the distance.  C. C.  Woodhouse,   manager for the  I Kamloops Mining   and   Development  company, which   is the owner of the  Millie Mack, visited  the property and  has made the necessary arrangements  for commencing the development work-  on   an   extensive   scale.   Lumber for  the building necessary for the employees is being packed in, and as soon as  these structures are finished,   a good  sized force will be put to work  to determine   the worth   of the   property.  There is an excellent surface showing  and it is confidently expected that the  Millie Mack  will be developed into a  valuable mine. .Thers was a dispute  as to the title, but a recent   decision  delivered at Nelson vested the title in  the Kamloops Mining <fc Development  company.���������Rossland Miner.  The council met on August the 1st  with Aid. Cunning absent. The following accounts were ordered paid :  SaUries  $309.1C  Fire department      18-30  Repairing roof of fire hall        5.  Slocan News Co...'.       3.90  Scavenging and relief      16  Dr. Powers, acc:t of O'Conner...       0.  Total $357.36  Crawfoul���������Broddy���������That the following accounts re Cody creek be paid :  Neil Mclnnos  5 87.  B. C. Riblett    207.  A. B. Dochstader      19,  P. Burns A Co      25  A. Osborne       ]2.  Interest    150,  HILL'S FINANCING.  Great Northern Has   a   Controlling   Interest in the S F & N Railway  A CHAT WITH MR. STIMPSON.  A Great Demand   in London   for  Dividend-Paying Mines.  G. A. Stimpson, a Toronto mining  operator, who put the War Eagle deal  through for the Gooderham-Blackstock  syndicate, is at the Allan, Rossland, on  business, says the Miner.  Mr. Stimpson, who was in England  last summer, says the great demand  there among investors is for dividend  paying properties, and he is satisfied  that with the advent of a few irtore  dividend-paying properties now handled in the old country, there would be  a tremendous rush of capital for investment in these fields.  Mr. Stimpson, who besides being a  heavy shareholder in the War Eagle  company, is also interested in the  Crow's Nest Pass coalfields, and he.  says that with the coming cheap coke  to the smelters, the freight and treatment rate for this district will be re;  "'duced to some of the mines at least to  the extent of $1.50 per ton. Thus a  mine that is now getting a rate of <>7.50  per ton, will get a rate of $6.  cariboo: creek camp.  A Section Where There Is Now a Great  Deal of Activity.'  a  .   Edward C. Finch has returned from  a visit to the   Cariboo creek mining  , camp, and reports that there is considerable stir there,, and that the section  is coming rapidly to the front. Three  men have been added to the force, at  work on the Cariboo Creek & Canadian  Mining & Development company's.  properties,   which makes   a total  of  . eight. This company own the Golden  Hope, Golden Age, Snow Bird, Producer, Trio and I.X.L. claims. The  tunnel on the. Golden.Hope claim is  now in a distance of 235 feet. Mr.  Finch brought some samples of ore  from the vein in the.tuhnel and assays  from it'run from a few dollars to a  very large sum. Some of the richest  telluride ore yet foundin British Col  li any doubt existsd that the Great  Norlivern, through President James J.  Hill, has absorbed the Spokane Falls &  Northern railroad, it is dispelled bv  the following from the New York and  Commercial sinci .Financial, Gazette  Chronicle:  "Spokane Falls & Northern Railroad  -Great Northern Ry.���������Securities purchased���������President James J. Hill of the  Great Northern writes us as follows :  'Answering your enquiry of the 17th  inst. in regard to������>he Spokane Falls &  Northern Railway company, I beg to  say that the Great Northern company  owns a very large majority of, the  stock nnd bonds. I do not know at  present whether it will be best to ' consolidate the whole or any part of it  with the Great Northern or to maintain the Spokone Falls and Northern  as a separate company. Probably the  latter course will bo pursued for some  time to come.' " ���������*������������������  President Hill "begs to say that the  Great Northern company owns a very  large majority of the stock and bonds"  of the Spokane Falls and Northern. In  this quiet absorbtion of  securities   of  the road to the north there appears to  be a big money making scheme.   Men  acquainted  with   stock   dealings  are  satisfied   that   the    Great    Northern  bought in its Spokane Falls and Northern stock for not over 90.   The road is  bonded for ������2,812,000, and the amount  of capital is the   same.     The  bonds  draw 6 per cent/interest and are   due  in 1939, or nearly 40 years hence.   The  Great Northern in control, it   becomes  responsible for the payment of bonds  and the money kings will not be 'slow  in bidding for such   desirable   securities.   It will be an easy matter for Mr.  Hill to run up the price to   120   when  it becomes known that the r6ad  is in  a position to pay dividends,   and   the  profit on the stock will not   be   inconsiderable.  Six per cent, bonds of the Chicago,  Rock Island & Pacific are quoted at  120.to 130; Chicago and Northwestern  6'ssell for 134 to 136} ; Milwaukee ' &���������  Northern first mortgage 6's command  121J. Even West Shore 4'n, guaranteed  by the New York Central, are quoted  at 10S., For the lastsix months in 1897  the Spnkane'Falls '&������������������ Northern shows  net earnings of $224,000, a splendid  showing fsr-a road bonded at less than  ������3,000,000. ,V     ,  The purchase of the Spokane Falls <fe  Northern therefore appears to ��������� have  been a clever financial transaction,  aside from the advantage it will give  the Great Northern in controlling a  .branch line in a section fast growing  richer and more populous.���������Spokesman-Review.  Total  $500.  , A by-law to levy rates of taxation on  realty was introduced and read three  times.  Switzer���������Mighton���������That a plebiscite  be taken on the question of licensing  the Central hotel, the owners of realty  as shown by the assessment roil to'  vote thereon.  The engagement of policeman Waite  was extended to the 31st inst. en motion of Broddy���������Crawford.  Mighton���������Broddy that $200  be   expended grading Reco Ave.���������Carried. ���������  Adjourned till August 3rd.  Met again on August 3rd   with   the  same attendance as before.  Finance committe recommended tlie  payment of following accounts of D. J.  McLachlan :  Plans and specifications  $   15.  Replacing broken glass        23.20  Enclosing fire bell.- .".        35.  Windows in gaol  3  The sum ef $85 on motion of Aids.  Switzer and Crawford was ordered to  be paid McLachlan on contract for  hanging bell, the balance of $10 on  satisfactory completion of fire alarm.  The taxation bv-]awNo.-10 was finally passed.  Hunter���������Mighton���������That Board of  Works ask tenders for a four loot side  walk from Star hotel to K. and H. depot and let contract for same.���������Cairied  On motion council adjourned.  sire, or otherwise.  4. Provisions for transit of merchandise to or from either country, across  intermediate territory of the other,  whether by land or by water, including  natural and artificial waterways and  intermediate transit by sea.  5. Provisions relating to transit of  merchandise from one country to be  delivered at points in the other beyond  the frontier.  6. The question of .alien labor laws  as applicable to the subjects or citizens of the  United States and Canada.'  7. Mining rights of citizens or subjects of each country within the territory of the other.  8. Such readjustment and concession  as may be deemed mutually advantageous of customs duties applicable in  each country.  9. A revision of the agreement of  1817 respecting naval vessels on the  lakes.  10. Arrangements for the more complete definition and marking of any  part of the frontier line by land or  water, where the same is now insufficiently definite of marks as to be liable  to dispute.  11. Provisions for the conveyance for  trial or punishment of persons in (he  lawful custody of-the officers of one  country through the territory of another.  12. Reciprocity on wrecking or sal  vage rights.  To the Editor of The ^lining Review:  '  A Recent Decision.  Bank Deposits.  Some   of  the   Fedeial  government  papers are  using  the fact   that  the  Banks of Canada have  a considerable  sum of money on deposit to prove that  Canada must be in  a very prosperous  condition.    The circumstance proves  nothing of the  kind;   it  would prove  what it is desired   to prove if bank  interest was   the most remunerative  returns   men  could get   from investments. .  Everyone   knows,   however,  that such is not the case���������that in fact  bank interest rises and falls,barometer  like, as money is plentiful or scarce.  Canada/ has not yet got to that condition of commerce in which  profitable  fields   for investment are exhausted.  The eountry is demanding money on  every hand  to develop resources, and  while such is the case from a business  point of view, capitalists will not seek  the savings banks or even bank stocks.  There are always  doubting Thomases  who   consider  no investment   secure  outside of bank deposits;  but foitun-  ately for the advancement of the country, those who think that way are but,  few.   This being the case, wi.en there  are  heavy deposits   with   the banks,  instead of  the eountry being considered prosperous the investments in ordinary channels arp considered unsafe  ���������in short a panic or a crisis is anticipated.   When a country is prosperous  and buoyancy is expected deposits are  drawn   from   banks,   where  ihey arc  earning   but   little,   and   invested in  other business   or speculative   channels, where larger profits   are looked  for.   ���������'.''...*'  An important decision was rendered  during the week from the court in  Denver in the case of the Matoa Gold  Mining company vs the Chicago and  C. C. Tunnel company and the Mutual  Benefit Leasing company,all of Cripple  Creek, Colo. The case has been under  for some days, says the "Mining and  Metallurgical Jourrial."  The plaintiff asked for an injunction  to prevent the lessees from mining or  shipping any ������re from the 'unnel as  the ore was being taken from a vein  which had its apex in the Gold Pass  No. 1 claim belonging to the Matoa  company. It was alleged that ore to  the value of $110,000 has been taken  from lessees operating in the tunnel.  The court granted the injunction asked  and barred the leasees or any interested  directly or indirectly in. the tunnel  company from working on the property. The plaintiffs, however,were given  permission to enter the tunnel and survey the territory.  My attention has been calledjto your  remarks in your issue of the 30th inst.  under the heading of "Sandon needs a  Board of Trade."  In reference to the expected visit of  the Dominion Ministers please allow  me to say that the invitation Rent is  for the Ministers to visit Kootenay  and we shall endeavor to have them  visit all of tlie towns and some at least  of the specimen townc.  The Boards of Trade expect the cooperation ofthe mining, smelling and  business men generally of Kootenay  in impressing upon the Ministers our  necessities and especially those in connection with tlie naturalization of tbo|  smelting industry.  In he interest of a common understanding and defmitcnebs of conclusion  it will be advisable that the smelting  question be dealt with at a conference  to be held nt a time and place fixed for  mutual convenience; and it is quite,  likely that KasJo may be tlie place���������  but to this conference there will be invited all who can contribute anything  of information or argument and all  who wish to hear or report tho proceedings. In the meatime I thinkcth'e  ���������heading of your article contains an  important truth, viz, that "Sandon  needs a Board of Trade."  Yours sincerely,  G. O. Buchakxan,  President Kaslo B. ol T.  Kaslo, B. C. Aug. 1st, 1S9S.  Diion on the Slocan.  the Spaniards whose names have been  talked about so much of late���������Carran-  za and Du Bosc. These gentlemen  were also instrumental in having deposited in branches of a leading Canadian bank a sum sufficient to cover  the cost of the-two steamers, one of  which, the Newfoundland, was taken  near the Cuban coast, oil' Cienfuegos  by the U. S. gunboat Mayflower, and  the Regulus offSagua la Grande, after  having landed her cargo. This cargo  is the only piece of 'vaiue received',  that the Spaniards save out of the  enterprise of the two ships. It was  procured from Montreal wholesale  houses, shipped to Halifax, put on  board the Regulus and land in Cuba.  By its possession General Blanco's  tr tops are better off to the extent of  1000 barrels of pork, 450 cases of beef,  0573 barrels or Hour, 500 barrels of  hard tack, 1000 bags of wheat. 4000  ''bags of corn, thirty boxes of yeast-  cakes, and*350 tons of coal. Both the  Newfoundland and the Regulus cleared  for Jamaica. It was announced ir  Halifax after the ships were taken that  enormous freights,were paid to induce  the owners to take the risk of losing  their vessols in what was really a desperate and dangerous enterprise. The  fact is the values of tne Regulus and  Newfoundland were guaranteed the  owners before the ships sailed. The  food taken into Cuba by the Regulus  was most welcome and from the point  of view of relieving suffering was  worth the three quarters of a million  it cost. The Montreal dealers who furnished the goods are eagerly awaiting  another such order, but it is doubtful  if any more blocacie running enterprise will be started from Halifax for  Cuba, in view of the efficient patrol,  which the United States is maintaining. "   .,  6  With Scissors and Pen.  The ore shipments over the C. P. R.  this week were CO tons for the Payne  and 22 for the Canadian group.  The Miller Creek mine under Mr.  Davis is showing up well. In a very  short time, from indications, this will  become a very valuable property.  Between the 22nd and 31st of July  the Idaho shipped from Three Forks  238 tons of ore to Kverett and the  Queen Bess 39 tons to the same place.  The friends of the Fletcher brothers  a,re congratulating them on the recent  fine showing made on their property  near Whitewater. The values are in  free gold and run as high as $83.       (,  F. J. Donaldson' has leased the Car-,  bonate No. 2, on Spring creek, to  Messrs. Ward, Beattie, Lemieu' and  McCormick of Sandon, who will start  work immediately. Some high grade  ore has bi en taken out on the Carbonate No. 2.'  Last Chance   are;  more   promising  Improvement in Mining.  "Did you ever stop to realize what  the deveiopmenttof tbe mining country north of Spokane during the last  three or four years amounts lo?" asked  General Agent Dixon of the Great  Northern after a recent trip to the SJo-  can, says the   Spokesman-Review'  "Four years ago," continued  Dixon, "1:0 'railroad penetrated  heart of the Kootenay. Now the  trict has seveial lines and more  projected.   The towns are   taking  The mines of this camp are increasing their forces rapidly, and, from indications, we judge the mining season  proper commencing a month or so  later, will be a very busy one. As  nearly as we can get at it the men employed just naw are about as follows :  Minks. Mkn.  Payne    100  Slocan Star    100  Ruth     40  Queen Bess     40  Noble Five    25  Reco     20  Last Chance    20  Ivanhoe     15  Sovereign     15  Ajax    11  Wonderful ,    10  Canadian group      7'  Adams group      7  American Boy      5  Red Fox      5  This makes about 425 ; but there are  many prospects now being developed  near by, such as the Richmond, Dayton, Victor, the latter employing five  men, and with those working in the  McGuigan and Idaho basins will easily  swell the number to G50.  Mr.  the  dis-  arc  on  metropolitan airs, are equipped or are  equipping themselves with water and  electric light plants, and the class ol  buildings in thom would do credit to  any town. They are steadily going  ahead and every month marks a decided forward step. Foreign capital  is coming in more and more freelyi  "The one item of mining machinery  put in alone shows the tremendous advance made in   mineral  development.  Where there were no concentrators at  all four years ago there are now many.  In the Slocan one is   installed   at   the  Montezuma n.ine on the south fork of  the Kaslo, one at the Washington, one  at the Noble Five, ono at   the  Slocan  Star and one at the  Idaho.    Thero   is  also a concentrator at Pilot Bay.one at  the No. 1 at Ainsworth and one at the  Highlander in tho same camp, and one  at Woodbury creek above.   Ainsworth.  One has been ordered for   the   Whitewater in the Slocan and ono   is   being  built at Sackson, near the Whitewater  in addition to which is the   Kootenay  Sampling Works at Kaslo.  The following is a fairly correct, list  of the number of men employed at  each mine here:  Rambler ;  23  Antoine  20  Silver Bell No. 2  18  Red Fox  12  Dardanelles ,    5  The working staff of all these mines  is to  Prospects   at  tbe  growing  more   and  every week as operations proceed. The  last thing uncovered  in the way of a*'  (ind is four feet of clean ore.   This has  been   very   rarely excelled   in this or  any other camp in the country.  The Southern Chief, which is situated on the southern slope of Lemon  creek just south of the Howard Fraction, was sold last week through the  firm of Dickinson & Felt. The price  paid for the property is not made public, but it is understood to be a good  figure. ���������- Jas. Cross, J. A. Foley and R.  Bradshaw were tbe owners.  ��������� Andrew Broadman returned on Wednesday from the fourth south fork of  Lemon creek where he had been doing  some development work on the Alaska  claim. He brought fine looking quartz  samples from the claim that will run *  high in gold and silver. A sample  assay made from this property last  winter went $96 in gold and 473 ounces  in silver. A force of men will immediately be set to work to crosscut for the  ledge which is well-defined ,and measures three and a half feet in width.  The last strike in the Sovereign is  ���������  be   increased   to   about   double  three feet of clean ore, assaying about  within a week or so.  The Dardanelles has lately started  with a few men. As soon as the new  compressor pipe arrives and is put in,  it will increase its working force.  The Surprise mine is about to resume operations.  The body of Joe McGibbons who was  lulled in a snow slide last November,  near the Red Fex mine, was found last  week, and shipped to his family in  California.  Taxation.  There Are Other Wars,  JOINT HIGH COMMISSION.  The  Several  Subjects   That   the   Body  Will   Consider.  A BAPTIST MINISTER.  Rev: M. P. Campbell; the highly esteemed Pastor of the Baptist church,  Essex. Out.,says : ��������� "From my personal  use of Doan's Kidney Pills I can say  they are an excellent remedy for all  kidneytroubles.  It is announced from Washington  that the first meeting of the joint high  commission appointed by the United  States and Great -Britain . to consider  ��������� various matters of importance between the United States and Ganad.-i  will be held on August, 23, at Qubec.  They are to consider in the main the  following matters:  ��������� i- ' '  1. The question-in respect to the fur  seals in Behring sea and the waters of  the north Pacific ocean.  2. Provisions in respect to fisheries  of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and  in waters of the common frontiers.  3i Provisions for delimination and  establishment of the Alaska-Canadian  boundary by legal and scieritifical ex-  The Situation.  From reports so far both Turner candidates have been elected   in   Oassiar.  It is also likely from appearances that  both Independent members   will support Turner.     This   makes   19   each.  Unless   purchases   are   made   neither  party can form a govermentund work.  Protests are promised.     If   vacancies  are made, Turner will hold his own oh  tbe Island, as the Islanders know under  Turner they have bled the treasury as  they never can bleed it again.   In elections    on   the   Mainland,   Turner   is  bound to  Iosp.   From   every   appearance, a new election is at hand, but it  is hoped a proper redistributioti measure will be passed before it is held.  Dr. Carnegie, of the Allan liner Cal-  ifornian, saj a that the Spanish-American  war is   not   creating any  great  excitement   in   England   among   the  people generally.    The curiosity that  existed  regarding it  at first has died  away very much.   But  the American  passengers   on   tlie Californian  were  very much interested,   and   when  the  ship reached Movillc, on her last trip,  the first question  shouted out to the  pilot was from an American, who was  hungry for war news.   He said to the  ptlot: "What's the latest news  from  the war V"   Tho pilot toot his time to  reply, and  lie answered :   "What war  are you   talking   about?"    That disgusted  the American, and  he walked  oil' without haying his curiosity satisfied.  Spain Loses Both.  We have frequently been asked as to  the validity of our city taxation, rate  levied, etc We are not lawyers, and  do not assume to give legal advice, so  we merely quote the statute. Clause  112, cap. 37 of the 1896 statute reads :  For the purpose of taxation, land ' and  improvements within a municipality  s-lia.ll be estimated at their value the  measure of which value shall be their  actual cash value as they woii'd be  appraised in pavment of a just debt  from a solvent debtor . but land and  improvements shall be assessed separately.  Improvements may be taken at less  than value; but it is clear the design  ol the law is that realty should be assessed at actual cash value. If it is  assessed at more or less for any special  purpose, the assessment is clearly illegal, and any taxpayer can successfully content his assessment.  Except for the payment of debentures, periNfinent public improvements  or the like, a cent and a hall' is tho  highest rate that can -be levied, and  this on an actual cash value ol the  real property.  The collection of different rates can  be successfully contested in the courts.  110 ozs of silver to the ton and 78 per  cent. lead. For some time past in  addition to collecting float' ore, the  miners were driving a tunnel on the  lead, and taking out' moderate quan- ���������  tities of ore; but at a depth of 300 feet  they made this strike which enables a  miner to take out about a car a week.  The force of ten men is likely to be  shortly increased very materially  which will make the mine rank as a  regular shipper. As the mine is but  about a quarter of a ,mile past the  Noble Five slide on the Reco trail, it  is very convenient for shipping its  output. Mr. Riblet has reason for  congratulations on his success with  this property.  Spurious Promoters.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  perts, if the commission shall so de-  25c.  THE WHEELMAN'S FRIEND.  No bicyclist should be without a  bottle of Hagyard's Yellow Oil. It  takes out all stiffness and soreness of  the joints and muscles. Relieves pain  and takes down swelling in an instant.  Considerable wonder has been expressed that the proverbially canny  Lower Province ship-owners, such as  the possessors of tho SS. Newfoundland  and Regulus would allow these ves-,  sels to start from Halifax to run the  Cuban blocade, without first having an  absolute guarantee that the ships  .would be paid for if seized. And that  is just what the owners have got, for  the Spanish government stands the  loss.  The Regulus belongs to St. John, N.  B., and the Newfoundland to Halifax.  Both ships loaded at Halifax and boih  cargoes came from Montreal, where  they were procured on orders given by  The following is a list of ore shipments over the K. '&. S. from Sandon  for the week ending July 22 .-  AIINE.  Payne.... ,  Slocan Star....  Ruth... ..,  Last Chance...  Sapphire '.  Total '.'.  tons.  ............350   ....135   ..80  ........... 40  ���������������(  m   623J  Don't neglect that nasty cough. Dr.  Wood's Norway Pine Syrup can cure it.  Best cough remedy made. 25c, all  dealers.  The organization  of joint stock couip-  anies  has become a recognised occupation in both the United States and European countries.    The  extent to which  such companies have increased has been  productive  of  the   encouragement   of  fraudulent operators,  says  tho Mining  and MctallurgicalJournal.   There being  no special law under which  the fraudulent promoter   could be restrained  or  prevented,   the  opportunity   has   been  taken advantage of to its fullest extent  in   the   European capitals,   or centers  where company promotions have reached  tlie   greatest development.     The  common occurrence of fraud in this conne'e  tion, and  to such  an extent has  this  fraudulent means   of obtaining capital  under false pretences been carried on  by unscrupulous, promoters' in France,  that   legislative action   is about to be  taken to stop  or suppress the evil.   M.  FlueiT-lvavai'in, a deputy for the Rhone,  has presented' such a  measure,  which.  has received  the unanimous approval of  the   Commission  d'Initiative,  with  the  recommendation of its discussion by tho  Chamber   of Deputies.      The   difficult  task of making people honest by act of  legislature   has; been forced   upon  the  French government, on account' of the  numerous  frauds perpetrated  on small  investors, who do not as a rule take the  precautions to make inquiry  as to the  resources  and genuiae ckaracter of the  enterprise, as larger investors generally  do.    In future, it will be impossible  to  float   a stock company without   giving  security and guarantee' of the genuine  nature of the enterprise. 7 '  DR. LOW'S PLEASANT; WORM  SYRUP is the nicest and moat effective  remedy for worms of all kinks. Never  any trouble in getting the children to  take it.      .  .55 -V I  7i ������-���������;  - -JTT.--^v^l���������57���������=rr���������������������������" ^"7^ ��������� ���������  ���������;i ,7>>*.'V  i'l   -1   v.  t "11 p.%     ' I  s, .    .... 1-^.^j.  ,   ���������������* ���������    .���������!.*  t v , .������������������ v :  is*   m~t. M  (} - .w  .,*:,. THE MINING REVIEW.,  SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1898.  *a  TDbengMmnglReview  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY AUGUST G, 1S9S.  Subscription' $2.00 Pkk Year  '   Strictly is Advnace.  'THE WORK  AHEAD.  As  it is   now generally  conceded  Premier Turner will have to resign as  soon as the House meets,   if he does  not do it before,   it is   not  premature  , for the opposition  to commence their  plans for the government of the country.    It  is   true that  by   buying, the  Turner party might be able   to put ofl  the final day,   but with   the sentiment  of the country against them,   as they  know it to be, a .prolongation  of life  can  only make death  all the harder.  From   the nature of things, especially  in this country,   the opposition   have  had no opportunity yet to propound a  policy.    In the   House   they had   an  opportunity  at all times  to show the  objectionable features of the government's  policy,   but that .is all���������-they  never had a chance to show what they  would substitute   for tlie government's  objectionable  methods.    This duty is  now upon them,   and  to be successful  and long-lived, they  should take  the  entire   country, by  delegates at least,  into their confidence.  In the first place all the interests of  the country  are not fully   represented  in the House, and even if they were,  the representatives  do not alone pos-  '   sess the entire brains of the country.  For this reason it would be especially  well if the opposition members would  call  a   convention   of representative  men of all classes and interests of the  country,   and draw up,   at least,   the  skeleton  of a new policy of government.    When the House meets,  and  they find themselves in authority, pass  ' a proper  redistribution Bill,   ask the  lieut.-governor  for   a   dissolution   on  their new policy already outlined and  appeal  to the  country.     There   are  two most potent arguments  for this.  In the first place the present House is  not representative ��������� and in the second  place the opposition is not elected   on  its    own   representations    of    future  government,   but merely   as   a  condemnation   of the Turner party.    A  1 House  should   always be elected  on  its  own    representations    of   policy.  The   Turner    government    appealed  to the people on its past record,   and  the   people   expressed    their   disap-  ���������    proval of it.    This  is just how things  stand.    The  people as  yet have not  had   an    opportunity   of   expressing  any opinion  on the dominent party's  policy, and   an   opportunity to do so  should,- according to all consfitutional  usages, be given them before   the new  policy  is put into  force.     With the  new  policy before   the   people, and  their approval of  it secured,   the  opposition  will be placed fully on their  trial.    Then   at the end of four years  the people will have an opportunity of  expressing  their .opinion; of, the ability  and consistency of the new party.    To  our mind,1 at least,, this is  the proper  course. ;���������'. "'"���������  sure as the sun rises and sets every  day strike some one or more, according to the number he bought, that  would prove a fortune to him and his  for all time.  There are many men, even in Canada young as it is, who have large  sums of money seeking investment,  and here above all otheis is the field  for such parties. It docs not require  a fortmne to open a silver-lead mine  here as it does a gold mine at Rossland or other sections of the country,  and besides the results in this country  go to sho ft' that even with silver at its  present low price, silver mining is  much more profitable than  mining.     '  couver Province credit liim with having, why was it 'Mr. Laurier did not  give1 him the Department of the Interior when he gave it to Mr. Sifton, who  was not then in the House at all, and  especially as Joe was boreing him  for it ?  gold  While to ; re-vamp and re-boom the'  Klondyke', the coast papers... are naming, men ..who. .have,.'-brought home  $i,500a* ��������� ,successhi]"prospectors, we  do not hear a .worcl from 'them of,the  500'men now stranded penniless north  of Glenora;" A declaration of this fact  would' riot .sell' Klondyke supplies.. ���������'-.-'. 7 ;  DIZZY SPELLS.  And feelings of laintncss that come  over you are only Nature warning  you of the .ve.ik condition of your  heart. Milburn,s.. Heart and .Nerve  Pills make the heart strong, then all  feelings of faintness disappear.  TO CURE COLO IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBroiuo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists refund tue money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  ������-r-=v5.& uuc  m&t  LOVE AT NINE.  SEARCH FOR ANDREE.  DUTIES AHEAD.  7 During'1 the.'campaign the  government speakers1 never tired asking who  was .to be'   the,.'leader, in case of a  change of government.,,   As ofteh,Mr.  Glide used to tell .them  theconstitutional usage  would be for the -Lieut.-'  governor   to call on7Mr. Semlin, and  he would havp  the choice of/his  colleagues.    We are in a position  now  to say. that .tliis rule  will  be carried  out. . Mr. Semlin will be, called on to.  form-' a government, he,, ���������'���������taking, most  likely, the   Dept. of Finance himself.,  fie will  doubtless  offer.' .Lands ,and  Works to Mr. Cotton,' the,, Attorney-  gen sralship,  to   :Mr.''Martin,- rand,"''if  rigid ^justice" prevails,   the; Dept. of  Mines' to Mr. Green;   'The Provincial  Secretaryship   and the Dept. of Agriculture '.should''then' be filled  by Liberals, one, or both from,; the. Island.  This outline ...may. 'not. rigidly be observed ���������   but it is :iiot unlikely that  it  will'be.7':",r;;7; -;-,;'   , .'7,;  The incoming government will have  a-.'��������� heavy  task tmaking '��������� the. necessary  change's ...in governmental methods re-,  quired, but it-isi-hot insurmountable.    :  Civil,- government, . now ���������costing  $317,000 a year, will have: to be reduced some $50,000  to $i.o6,ooo;by  the amalgamation of offices   and  the  dismissal'   of   unnecessary ��������� servants.  Tlie printing bureau now costing over  ,$46,000 will have -to be'.'cut down  a.  half.    Our   annual interest  will have  to" be reduced, by-substituting  a  new  issue at  longer, time  arid with Tower  rates of interest,   wheneverpossible.  In short it .would be money for both  parties,, borrowers  as .well- as lenders,  if- the --government, offered .-.and the  holders accepted  low interest-bearing  debentures; having long times., to 'run  for high   interest  bearing debentures  now out, but shortly to mature. 7  In a, word, the hew government has  much work ahead, but it can all. be  accomplished by the due exercise .of  care, economy and. judgement.  The Start Will Be Made From Skagway.  Dr. Terwangp, the young French  .scientist who'is going to search for  Andrce in the north, did nbt look like  a man who was taking his life in his  hands as he stepped aboard the Rosalie, lie chatted gaily with several  friends, who were down to see him off,  and wh"ii spoken to bv a Province  representative expressed the utmost  confidence in the outcome of what is  considered on all sides a most hazardous trip.  Dr. Terwange is taking up only one  assistant with him. At Skagway he  will be met by <-ight other mcmbeis ol  the party and expects to meet M. Yar-  ich, the head of the expedition, there  also, the latter having left San Francisco for I he north recently.  The start out   will  be made   from  Skagvaj ,  lour members   only of tin:  v   jroing   in    the   balloon  Vyhnt though,old Boreas roars without-7  ��������� And -tears about, unruly,   7   .-���������;.-'������������������,-���������  My-sweetheart ���������ViieHUihi; close tome .;  ';.. And siiyrf's'he-lovoi hie truly!  -7.'���������, '-,-'.���������..  'What c-.-uv.l no'.v for '.ot-lieV'ssiiiilea '���������.-���������';..  ' O. i- fro\v ns,lio\ve ver pleiViK-?.. '.,';-���������   -,.-  'She, loves .me. though she's only. nine. ���������'-''  ..' Aiid lam nine ami'twemjv ���������-���������'���������' :���������:./-.  ,None.kiiow,;niy.joy.usI"sifc there,: f:  ,. Her arnisiiround me.twining, .    7'  .For-sb-called iove of selfish miiids- > '.':.���������  . No more will I be pining.,..   '���������  One can accept without a doubt'  i;  ,     Tlie love, that now is'mine,',      ���������   "���������'  For love can' never .'truer, be, -.: :'.'���������"  ��������� Y-Orpui'ei'jtlian at nine.', ���������       '",.���������.���������/ ���������'<���������  Dear little sweetheart,, ;inny I ue'er,   ,.'���������"������������������  ��������� .'-Betray, the love 1 cherish, ; .-;;''    ���������" f  , .May no uii witting act of mine  ��������� ' Cause it,to.Cade or perish.  '.'.No compliment as swoet...).���������'���������. this,,  .Thoiiyh l'rienilHliiiuViii:.;,,'ni) plenty  ,   Where oiieis truly iovf-.i-hr iiiiif*,   '���������'  '"-.      And he is ninem;.! ;-.-..:-y. ,,. :-;'-."������������������������������������  pnrt\  ���������.. ��������� The  others will proceed to Dawson City to  look for gold. It wns intended to make  the search for Andree first in a balloon  capable of carrying 9,000 pounds. In  was decided to take a smaller and  speedier air vessel, however, and one  which will carry 5,000 pounds was  built here. This change delayed the  party considerably, and lhe balloon  trip will be made during the next two  his  months;... 77-      ,:;-,.  Dr. Tcrwange would not' state  exact destination. ��������� Supplies have been  sent around by,St. Michael and.will be  cached at different points along-the  river for him. His search will be in  out; ofthe .way '���������. places .in- northern  Alaska, and he feels confident that he  will, come across, some trace of the  famous Arctic explorer before ho returns;- '���������..-,-" -,,  ���������-.:-;���������     ���������;.. '_7;' :-'  Dr. Tcrwange says that when he returns, to Vancouver he ,,will make- a,  balloon ascension here, and will invite  the : members of the press to .accompany him.7;; -7 -,,;;.;: 7 ;"7-'���������77.-  -. The expedition is under 'the-auspices  of;'tlie Geographical Society of France.  Both M. Varich'.ahd Dr. Tcrwange are  Paris*'ans.���������The Province.-        ;.  . The. Vancouver Province' exhibits  much indelicacy, if nothing more,  in urging: the Lieut-governor to dismiss the Turner government. This is  asking our vice-Regal authorities - to  study and indulge partisanship���������the  very thing the interests of the country  ANGLO-SAXON RACE.  Some of the Important  Figures   on -Its  ;'���������''. Growth and Strength, V  -MINING   PROSPECTS.  While   a great deal   has been   said  and written about the mining  possibilities of this section' of country, yet it-  is evident  there is  one class of man,  who, if he invests with any reasonable  discretion,, can never make a  failure  ��������� of it.    There   are  many men in   the  country to-day  who commenced with  small beginnings and have done well.  There   are other's   who  began   with  nothing and are to-day rich; and there  are others again who came with  considerable   and have to-day less,   and  many of them  much  less than   they  brought.    Under the most favorable  circumstances, there is always chance  work in mining.    There is no certainty of always striking it rich.    In short  if such  was the case,    it   w.ould   be  a    hundred   times - over    the    most  extraordinary    mining     country     in  the    world.        A    man     may;  go  into     any    new    agricultural   country     arid    if    he    works     carefully  and.   within    his    means,      whether  they     are   .large      or    small,      he  will   always   come   out with    something.      But   this   is   not  the   case  in mining camps,   and  Sandon is no  exception.    There, is however, as we  have said above,   one  class of man,  who if he employs any business methods at. all in  his operations,   cannot  miss making a decided hit.    We refer  to the man with large means.    To-day  properties with some showings can; be  bought in this camp all the way from  $200 up.    If any man of means was  to buy a number of these, and. make  moderate   development   expenditures  on them all; (and large ones are  not  required in this section), he would   as  ..how :they should not do.. From the  pre-election' promises of .the candidates,' the public believe the Turner  government was beaten: at the polls;  but until the House meets, in the absence of other declarations from -the  members elect, even the public do not  know how they will range themselves  when they assemble; in parliament;  and as little as the public know about  it, the Lieut-governor, is expected to  know, less, as he' is supposed to be.  thoroughly non-political ,and to know  nothing, of politics only as divisions in  the House show from time to time.  Even the opposition papers, the Province included, are hot absolutely sure  ���������that the opposition has more than half  the House, so that it is just possible  that at this moment after the Cassiar  election the parties are only even up,  with chances for come and go, especially as there are two portfolios vacant,  before the regular lime for calling the  house together. We are very anxious  to see the opposition triumph, as we  desire to see the past government of  the country improved oh, but we are  not sufficiently anxious for it as to  wish the Lieut.-goveriior to become  a p'artizan- and prostitute his position  to meet unnecessary haste. ' There is  reason in'all things political as well as  everything else.  Two centuries ago the Anglo-Saxons  numbered 3,000.000.   One century  ago  they numbercd 17,000,000..'To-day they  n u mber ������ 119,000,000,7' /thirty-eight '".in-  Great Britain, nineteen in its colonies  and sixty-two in   the   United   States.  This 119,000,000 rule 36,000,000 in - the  protectorates aiid dependencies of the  British   empire,   besides   300,000    in'  India, making in all more   than   400,-  000,000 or more than one-fourth of the  estimated population of theglobe.   Its  shipping is five-eights of ..the tonnage  of all.iiations, so that it can  carry  its  own eereal products to any ofthe fam-  i'y.the world over.., And if the navies  are needed to defend  them   the   coni-  bined navies of Great Britain and   the  United States are even   now a   mate'.  for any forces that   could   be   massed  against them;  ; The English language is an important factor. Professor Condole of  Geneva estini ates that in one hundred  years English wsll be spoken by 860,-  000,000 people, German by 124,000,000  and French by 90,000,000. ,The expansion of tbe raee is surprising. In  Great Britain alone, for two'decades  past, it has, increased 3,000,000 each  decade. In the United States the population doubles every twenty-five years.  At the beginning of this  century   25,-  000,000'spoke French, 27,000,000   Ger-  , In the death of Prince Bismarck on  Saturday last .at the ripe, old age ��������� of  83, there has passed from the scene  of earthly action one of the central  figures of Europe. He was at once  a soldier, a diplomat and a statesman,  having qualities for each office of the  highest order. Modern Germany  owes nearly all she is to his! able  statesmanship and diplomatic foresight.  If "Joe" Martin  has all the ability  the Winnipeg Tribune   and the Van  man and 15,000,000 Eng ish. Now 40,-  0(0,000 speak French,, 57,000.000 Gor-.  man and over 100,000,000 English. In  other words, the number of those who  speak French has increased during  this century 60 per cent. German 110  per cent, and English more than 600  per cent.- More than one-half, of the  letters mailed ami carried by the pos'tnl  system of the world are written,mailed  and read by the English speaking  population of the globe  The area of the earth's dry land is  50,500,000 square miles';, the; Anglo-_  Sax,on race controls 14,335,701:���������nearly  One-third.  ��������� Aa to tho food, the United States and  Canada last year raised:,437,000,000  bushels of wheat, while the rest of the  world raised 800,000,000. Of this 800,-  000,000 Great Britain raised 58,000,0C0,  India 238,000,000,'Cape Colony 3,000,-  000. Australia 30,000,000--total, 329,-  000,000. The Anglo-S.ixen race lus.t  yar raised more than two-thirds of  tbe wheat of tbe entire globe.���������Rev.  George B. PayBOii, in tbe Outiook.  When Ptmla lost hor, dog, Uronzo, her  chief .iymp uiiizr-t* wai Aylincr Hi vers, a  balvi-h.'ii-luvi liiirnsvr, who h.ul bneu hor  Don-itant iuinun*r since her debut,  iJn svenr. so l.ir u-> to oITtsf to supply  tihc'auliiri); void in l'nuhi's heart by supplying :i Jiup of undoubted pudiyroo In  place of-the.lost.  "Oh, I could not put another in his  piaco so soon," was tho tearful reply.  A day or two after ho was at work  aver a brief which -was marked "Ur-  gonr,," when a tinklo of tho teiephnns  bell roused him from u  deep fib.of rolleo-  tion.  Indeed, so lost in thought -was ho that,  Although ho heard the bell, he gradually  awoko to consoiousne"-':; of tho fact Unit it  had rung inoro than onco before,; ho had  .lppllod lnis eur to tho tubr*.  "Aro you thero, Mr. Rivers?" asked  i������n iinpacii'.nt, voice.  "All right," replied Aylmor, not nt  arsfc observing any tlifforeneo hotween  tho ncoonts ho was answering and fchORn  chut were hi tho habit of reaching him  from tho oilico of Messrs. Blank & Dash.  "What d'ye want-y"  "Oh, [ want to spoak to yon, filr.  Rivers," reiterated tho voice.  "Woll, go on, then." replied Aylmnr,  Impatiently, anxious to return to tho  papiira -which wero scattered all ovor his  table.  '"It's   mo���������������ouln,", he   distinguished  out of. die reverberation of the dark tube.  "Delighted, I'm sure," replied Aylmot'.  "I nevoi* expected such.a pleasure.   What  can I do for yon, Misf Lnri-aine?"  There was a moment's hesitation;  then he could hear a sigh and- a little  uervoui. laugh.  "I wanted to -tell you that I havo been  thinking over what you said to mo thu  other night, Mr. Rivers," tho voice said,  "and "hat   I - er���������I   accept   your   kind  Xow Aylmer had completely forgotten  all about fcho dog and its loss, as woll as  his offer to roplaco the lost idol witn ono  of his own selection.  The important-, ua-?o upon whioh ho wai,  sngaged held po.-oession of all his thinking .faculties. Tho word '.'offer" in oon-  ni'ticion with his thoughts oC Paula could  have for him only one nienning.  But how bo reply to such a declaration  through a medium? Whilo ho paused to  put together words which should,fitly ao-  fcnowledgo his happiness in 'receiving so  unexpected nn nnnouiiooniont, tho boll  rang again .vociferously.  "You won't iorget, Mr. Rivers, will  you, and coiiio up soon, to tell about it.  I shall expect you this evening."  "Thanks, thanks, awfully," was all  Aylmer had time to reply before ho heard  tho telephone shut off.  Uo pushed his books from him and  piled them one on top of tho other, clos-  ingthem without any oaro as to tha  references ho had boon seeking when his  meditations had been so unexpectedly  broken in upon.  . Ho could not conceal .from his innor  oonsuiousnpnss the fact rli.ifc, in acting  us sho hail just done; Pauia did. not; seem  quit" to realize that lofty ideal whioh tho  average man is apt to look fOr iu the ordinary woman whon he has set tho seal  of his choice upon her. ' Yufr ho .endeavored to persuade himself it-was, aftor all,  a very ea=y, if unusual, way of intimating her preference, and for him that  irns tho main point at- issue.  Tho modern maiden, ho argued, could  not always be uxpecvad to follow fcho traditions of liar maternal ancestors, and  din love allairs of tho present day woro  bound to bo affocted by the onyironmont  of the age.  "Go to-night?'' Of course, ho would.  Was time over so laggard in its flight? If  she had not specially named the horn* he  would have rushed to her thon and there.  "Oil, Mr. Rivers, I'm so glad you'vo  001110,'but I don't- know what you'll  think about my changing my mind so  easily," said tbo girl shyly.  Hut. Ayliiior'was not at tho other end  of the.phono' now���������ho advanced boldly  V-ward her.  "jMy darling, how can I ovor thank  you enough?" ho oxelniinod rapturously,  ns he took her In his at-ms, nnd in another inoiiiriiit would have klsRod hor,  but; tho expression', on Pnula's fact!  '���������itoppnd'him. "Mr. Rivers," she uasped,  ���������'hnw darn you? What, is the meaning'ot  ,thi������ estruordtnavy conduct, may T. askf  A ml'where,, .oh," whore is tho dog -1 you  promised rae?" .-'.-:.  "Dog!" ho exclaimed. "What dog? I���������  I really don't know 'what you mean,  Miss Ijorrnimi ��������� I can only suppose that I  atn the victim ot some, practical ��������� joke,  .Von spoko to mo this -morning through  thu telephone, 1 thought, and you invited  tne here this evening." ' ," ���������  . .Vaiilu nodd-id assent.  "And you told mo," hoonntlnued,' oni  To be idle is the hardest of  ������>������aU tasks.    Our grandmothers  C$x3' understood this aud even in  their   leisure   moments  were  never found''.'witta-  .,    out some liyle task in  ^ ���������;   their hands, if it were  ^-p       only knitting, tat-  ���������i���������^^f. ting   or   crochet-  IJ ing.   There was a  ~  reason for this  that does not appear  upon the  surface., ,'Our  giaudmothers  were healthy wo-  ,, men, imbued with  1'.   Jj a spirit of anibi-  /,   /! tion and activity   ,      ////;&J������>that would  not  -^^^vpermit  them   to'  ^���������S^^- 'c-s~^i   If many modem  women are much  less active and more given to idleness than  the stalely datnes of yoie, it is because they  enjoy a smaller measuie of good health.  A woman who suffeis from weakness and  disease of the ..distinctly feminine organs,  who is racked with pain, and tortured with  headaches aud nervousness, cannot be active and helpful. Idleness and invalidism  are the natural results of suffering of this  description. The poor invalid woman is  not at fault, save in her ignorance of her  own physical make - up or neglect' of her  womanly health.  .Thousands of women are neglectful in  this waybecause they shrink from the embarrassing, examinations and , local treatment insisted upon* by the majority of  obscure physicians. Br. R.' V. Pierce, for  thirty years chief consulting physician to  the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,  at Buffalo, N. Y., has discovered a wonderful medicine that cures all diseases' peculiar  lo women! in the privacy of the home, without lhe necessity of these embarraaeing  01 deals. This great medicine is known as  Dr. Pierce's Favorite rrcscripti'on. It acts '  directly on the delicate and important organs that bear the burdens of wifehood  and motherhood. It makes them strong,  healthy and -vigoron--. It heals internal  ulceration and, inflammation and .stops  debilitating drains. It transforms weak,  nefvou1' invalids into healthy women.  Dr.- Pierce's Common.Sense Medical Adviser I'Kr.i-:!   For paper-covered copy send  31 one-cent stamps, lo cozier customs aiid  mailing   only.    Cloth   bound 50 stamps.  Dr. li. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  ew  A  Address,  Nature makes the cures  after all.  Now and ; then she gets  into a' tight place and needs  helping out.  Thingr get started in the  wrong direction.  , Something is needed tc  check disease and start the  system in the right direction  toward health.  Scott's Emulsion of Cod-  liver Oil with hypophos-  phites  can do just this.  It strengthens the nerves,  feeds famished tissues, and  makes rich blood.  5qp. and $t.oo ; all druggists.  SCOTT '& BOWN1I,     Chcmiiis, Toronto.  The latest Magazines arrive daily.  Wall   Papers���������the latest  designs���������the  only complete stock in the city.  Stationery in every style and quality.  Perhaps they're tho source of your 111  health and you don't know it.  Here's how. you can tell :���������  If you have Back Ache or Lame Back.  If you have Puffiness under the Eyes  or Swelling of the Feet.  If your Urine contains Sediment of  any  kind  or  is   High   Colored  and  Scanty.  If you have Coated Tongue and  Nasty Taste in the Mouth.  If you have Dizzy Spells, Headaches,  Bad Dreams,��������� Feel Dull, Drowsy,  Weak and Nervous. 1 hen you have  Kidney Complaint.  The sooner you start taking  os-Ars's icaoKEY fslls  the more quickly will your health return.  They've cured thousands of cases of kidney trouble during the  past year. ' If you are  a sufferer they can  .cure you.  Book that tells ^ all  about Doan's Kidney  Pills sent free to any  address.  The Dban Kidney Pill   ^^TqVImark  Co., Toronto, Ont      ^^D^������ MAR"  BBS HB  HE/IDQU/IRTERS  ���������or Office Supplies.  BOB   ������isHI'  < ������  The Best Blank Books for all purposes.  Small Wares to no end.   .  Sporting Goods for all.  LATEST  GMES  FOR EVENING AMUSEMENT.  flQQQQQwrf*WM*fc"������->0*^,^*'**"^*N0OO00O  A QUICK CURE  FOR COUGHS  and COLDS  8  The Canadian Remedy for all  THROAT akd LUNG AFFECTIONS  Large Bottles, 25 cents. 1  q DAVIS A LAWRENCE CO., Limited,  O Prop's. Perry Davis' Pain Killer.  g    New York  COOOOO-���������  Montreal    S  MQi>*������iu������%������^>f*OOOOOC  ATLRNTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To: and from Furopean points via  Canadian'and American lines: .Apply  for sailing dates, rates and full infor  mixtionto any.C. P. II. agentor  A. C. McABTHUE, Sandon.    '  WM. STITT, Gen.S, S. Agt.,Wiimipeg  Call and see one of the most complete  stocks of Church Books, School Supplies,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books, Musical Goods, &c,  in the Kootenay country.  plmtieally, "tlint you accoiitod my offer;."  ���������'I accepted ypur offer of a dog, Mr.  Rivers,'���������'��������� she snid, as soon as she could  speak:' " How could I necepfc you when  you hover asked tne?-'  "But you knew how juuoh I ;ioved  you?" pleaded Aylmer. < .,'  "Of course," udmjtted Paula, with an  Air of drnniscicnoe. "Don't women always know?. But they don't accept 'a  man beforu ho asks thein--usnally.''.';.-'.  "Tinn let tho exception jrovo tho rule  in' this case, "pleaded Aylm'er,  "You are quite, ,qiiito surd," murmured Paula, coyly, "and you won't  say it was all my doing?"  . "I\ii*vor," said : Alymor,' reassuringly.  "Oil fcho contrary, I shall, attributn my  happiness to Bronzo,' and will always  oonsider it a proof, if proof; \voro wanting, of. his marvelous " intelligence and  toresight.".     .  "The darling!" sighed Paula.   '  .  ���������   ,  ''My-clnrling!" amended Aylmer.  'lho   accent   of   our   native    country  ilwlla in the  heart   and   mind, as   wall  a? c,u ths tongue.  THE NEW   YORK WORLD,  THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.  18 and Sometimes 24 Pages a Week���������  156 Papers . a Year���������Published  every Alternate Day ex-  ��������� ��������� cept Sunday.  The Thrice-a-Week Edition of The  New York World ie_ first among all  ���������'weekly pa,pers in size^ frequency of  publication, and the freshness, accuracy and variety of its contents. It. has  all tho merits of a great $6 daily a,t the  price of a dollar weekly. Its political  news is prompt, complete, accurate  and impartial as all its readers will  testify. Il, is against the; monopolies  and for the people. '.���������'".���������  It prints the news of all tlie world,  having special' correspondence., from  all important news points on the globe.  It has brilliantillustrations, stories by  great authors, a capital humor page,  complete markets, departments for the  household,1 and . woaieu's work and  other special departments of unusual  interest.  We oifer this uncqualcd newspaper  and The Mining Review together one  I year for 43.00.  ^rjfc&^%>%,^rfc,fcrfctjfc?jfc  THE ONLY P00KST0RE  IN SANDON.^*-  "A*   S?   *&e   tip   "jfe*   '&P   *itf>   *&���������   *������t?   "$f  *vt?   ���������)&���������  Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks,  Sandon, B. C. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  3  rjv. ���������:.;������������������.,  1D1IL1GWB.  A Successful Experiment.  In the southern part of California  mining is a familiar topic of tlie day  among all classes says the Scientific  American. ��������� The wealthy are turning  to this industry as a means of increasing their revenues, and the poor are  engaging in it with the hope of becoming rich. The study of mineralogy, with the technicalities of n-iin-  , ing, is the most popular of many  bronchi s taken up by the Los Angeles  Y. M. C. A. educational course, this  season. It ia the first class of its kind  conducted by thin organization.  A large proportion of the 3,800 mines  in Southern California, which yielded  51,300,000 in gold last year, are on the  great desert lying just west of the  Colorado river. The region,' as large  as several eastern states put together,  is full of resources that are yet unknown to the general public. The  most promising mining district in  California���������the Band, discovered two  years ago���������iB in the heart of the desert,  and already the towns of Jtiindsburg  and Johannesburg arc thriving and  comparatively comfortable places.  Lifo here is infinitely preferable to the  conditions on (ho Klondyke, and if  gold nuggets are not picked up so freely as in the arctic region, neither is  the search so hazardous or costly.  Scarcity of water and fuel, with the  cost of transporting ore to mills and  smelters remote from the mines, are  drawbacks on the desert. More water  will ultimately be discovered and developed ; meanwhile, a dry process of  treating ores would be of great value  to this section and to all other arid  mineral territories. Especially is  some method needed by means of  which low grade quartz may lie made  to yield a percentage of concentrates  ���������  which will be profitable in bulk.  Such a process has recently been  successfully tested in the Hand district;  with new concentrating machines invented by an eastern man, who has  been in the habit of spending his winters in California, and was advised,  when in Los Angeles last wintcr,to turn  his attention to something which  would benefit the mining interests of  this section. He saw the difficulty,  chiefly resulting from a lack of water,  of handling the vast 'bodies of low  ' grade ore which are found on the desert, and began t������ experiment with the  dry concentrating process.  After the machines wero perfected,  thev were vied with approval by numerous mining men ; and, in September,  ' a plant was erected at Johannesburg,  on the Alameda mine, where tests wero  recently made which . gaye excellent  results."  Hock which had been cast aside, on  the Alameda dump, as unprofit lble ' to  ship to a stamp mill, was put through  a rotary crusher and reduced to what  is kiiuwn as' pnlp"in mining parlance.  It w;as then elevated by a conveyor to  an inclined screen located in the hcc-  ond story of the mill, directly above  the concentrators.  The screen is octagon in cross sec-  tion,covercd with fine wire, and divided  ' into four mess spaces running from  100 to 40. It receives the pulp at the  upper end, and as it slowly revolves,  the crushed rock is thrown from one  flat surface toanother,gradually reaching the lower end, where all that passes  over is returned to the mill -again.  The screened pulp is supplied to the  concentrators in the room below  through pipes, A, which lead down to a  hopper, F, on the top of each machine.  Prom the hopper the pulp falls upon  an endless travelling screen, the upper  half of which is inclosed in a rectangular box. Here it encounters two  currents of air which arc delivered by  a rubber tube, E, and are admitted at  opposite ends of the box. The currents meet each other at right angles  and the resultant wave-like action of  the air separates the gold and the  heavier portions of the pulp from the  dust and lighter matter. The former  settle on. tlie slats of the screen and are  carried around to the underside, where  \\bey fall off by gravity, or are detached  by a light stroke on the screen ' arranged to fall automatically about  twenty times a minute, as the screen  slowly revolves. They arc run off by  spout, C, into a box, and form tho concentrates. The rejections or tailings  aro delivered through the spout' D, at  tho rear of the machine, and fall upon  an endless belt which carries them out  to the dump.  The dust, which contains somo gold  in an extremely fine state of subdivision, is carried off by thepipes' B, to a  larger transvorse pipe which leads into  a separate building of perfcctlv close  construction. Here the dust settles  and is subsequently subjected to a special treatment for recovering the fine  gold which it contains.  Each concentrator has a capacity of  ten tons a day. They arc operated by  Foos gasoline engines, a machine requiring one-eighth of a horse power.  All the bearings are boxed and dust-  proof, and the parts aro so well adjusted that but little friction or noise  is created by their operation.  The best result was obtained from  ore which assayed only S1.25 a ton in  'gold.  It yielded concentrate? to the   value  of SS79.17 a ton, a second corroborating  the first.   This is a  concentration   of  7n0 to 1.  Another lot)  produced   concentrates  whioh    would  amount io ������87 80 a ton.  In this condi n&od h'riii. (he gold can  be shipped away ior final treatment  without difficulty, and many mines  which do not rank hJEjh enough to pay  when the ore is passed through astamp  mill can be worked by this process.  ATEHTIOH   TRAVELLING   PUBLIC.  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Then I hoard of Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills, and got- a bos of thom, and  thoy have indeed worked , wonders with  hor. I can recommend them vory highly  as tho best remedy I ever heard of for  complaints similar to those from which  my daughter suffered."  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills nevor  fail to do good. Thoy cure palpitation,  faintness, dizziness, smothering sensation,  weakness, nervousness, sleeplessness; anaemia, female troubles and general debility.  Sold by all druggists at 50c. a box or  threo boxes for fit.25. T. Milburn & Co.,  Toronto, Ontario.  siGt on the  iuur&it mb a 6 SUE.w   system in  an easy and natural! imasunsr,  removing aS! poisons and itn-  jjucstctis. They cstre Corastlpa-  tson, Ssck Headache, BsESous-  ness, Dyspepsia, sour Stum*  Sftfr; Jausvdeca and E,jvor Com-  pSaint.    Pries 25c.  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DAILY COKXECTIOK to the main lino  points, excepting Sunday���������to and from  Nelion.  Train loaves Sandon dally at, 7.-15 a. m.  Train arrives Sandon dally at 4.55p. in.  Ascertain prpricntroducedrules and full information by addi-e-islng nearest locai agent  or  A. C. 7\]"ARTHUR, Agent, Sandon  "\\~. F. Anderson.Trav. Pass. A?t������, Nelson  K. J. Coylo, Dist.. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.  BE   SUKK  YOUR   TICKET   READS  VIA C. P. R.  The MODEL Hand. Laundry and Batli Rooms.  Rear of the Post Oflice. FRANKLIN S. TREMA1N,   Prop.  All newly fitted up and  in first-class condition.     All Laundry Work done  in first-class style and delivered promptly.  A Special.Feature is the Bath Rooms.     Plain Baths,  25 cts. each.  Rooms open   for   Ladies,   in charge of a lady,   Tuesdays and Fridays   from  8 a.m. .until 6 p.m.  Give us a trial. ��������� Satisfaction  guaranteed.  jf.  *&������  jf.  *&?  jf.  ������&������  - jf.  *&*  jf.  jf.  Its Advantages as a Distributing   ������^������  Center.  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  before the public, CLAIMED WITHOUT  OPPOSITION.  WHEN YOU ARE AT JBEAR LAKE STOP AT TIIE  FIRST-CL/JSS HOTEL.  RATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  EL' I. McDonald, Proprietor.  Kaslo and Slocan  Railway.  TIME ZAKb.  Leave  R.OOa.m.        Kaslo      Arrive 3.50 p.m.  ���������"      8.31) " South Folk      "      3.15 ���������'  "      fl.30 " Spoules         "      2.15 "  ���������   "      9.51 " Whii cwat or       '      2.00 "  "     10.03 " Bear Lake*       "      1.4S "  "     10.18 " McGuigan        "      1.33 "  ��������� "     10.38 " Codv Junction   "      1.12 "  Arrivel0.50 " Sandon      Leavo 1.00 "  CODV LINK.  Leave 11.00 a.m.  "     11.20    "  ]qi $ ? ? -f 5  1 .-���������v���������K^iv*v^������~^i^.w"^>r  }  iLis  Tlie D. & L.   C:.V,.-;JLS;ON  Is die brst and ni<j.,t nal.ilr1 '..: jiilp irr.lii-n ati  Coil LivcrOll.agrejir.,; tvilLtliv! luosldvliciilu j  stoin.ich^.  -  The D. & L.   EMULSION  Is prcscilbcd by the Ittidiug ]i}ij-s:ci.'inG of*'  Can;idj. t  The D. &. L. E"������:U.l.5JON       S  Is a marvellous f.^sh pinhv.-jt* .mhI will pivc (  you nn n]ipclllu.   50c. v"; $1 per Dottle.   . {  Br sure you get'I' DAVIS & 'LAWKKNCK .���������  the gunulno   -|-       CO., Limiit-tl, Montreal  Sandon  Cody  Arrive 11.15 a.m.  11.25   "  Sublect to chansro without, notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  ROBERT IEVIKO,  G. F. & P. A.  GKO. F. COPELAKD,    '  Superintendent.  For choiip Railroad and St'enunship  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  S. Camphell, Agent, Sandon, B. C."  We have every ^  facility for ^  turning out the *  best Mining and $^l  Commercial ^j.  Work that can A.  be executed. <^-  4  $100 Reward.     ���������  Ono Jlumltcd Dollars will bo cheor-  fully and promptly paid lor any enso  of rimkonness (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's Aleholie  and Ttib-icco Cure!' will not cure in|  two weeks. Tlie same remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or make oin* hundred dollars. Seilt by mail post.ige  paid to any part of the. world for One  .Dollar.    Address all orders to  R. Ryan, R.A.C.  'Gower Point, Ont.  Use a tir.sl-class line In travelling between  Minneapolis, St. X'liul and Clilcasn. and lho  principal townKin Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palaeo SloepliiK and Chair Cars  In service. u. !  The Dining Cars are operated in the Interest  of lis patrons, tlio most, eloRmil, service ever  Inausurated.   Meals are served a la Carte.  .   To  obtain   fi'rst-class service  your   ticket  sliould read via.  THE WISCONSIN 'CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at. Chicago aim Jtlhvau-  l;co for Easlern pbluU.  For full iniorinatioii call on your, nearost  ticket agent,or write  Jas. Pond, oi-.Ias. A. Clock, ���������.��������� -.  Gen. Pas. Agt., General Aren't,  M.il\vaulvoe, Wis. 211) stark St.,  Pot Hand, Or.  PRICES OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at CliHe'd  Bookstore: .   .-.  y-VGAZLNE/" PIUCE.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  "   Cosmopolitan i...lfi    "  "   Arcnu..........;.................. 30   "'  "   L.idics' Home Journal. 15   "  "   Canadian...... .15   " '  aying ������1,90 per  ton.' Munsey's ;< 15   "  Copyright  Anyone sending n sketch nnd elescrlntionmnr  qulcklv iiscortain our opinion frco whether an  Invention isprohnlily pntcntnble. Conimunicn-  tions strictly conlldcnllnl. Ilandbook on I'lite-ats  sent, froc. Oldest nconcy for securing patents.  , Patents tnkon tlirouKh Munn & Co. receive  special notice, williont. clmrgo. in the  ������������������. Scientific jniericam.;  Ahnndaomely llluslrntcd wookly.    Lnrecst clr-.  dilation of any ncicnttflc .ioin-nal.    Tcnns. JJ a  year; four months, St.  Sold liy all nowstlonlorii.  1V1UNN & Co.^jBroadway, New York  Branoh oiaco, CM Y St., WMhlntttou, D. C.  .  *������  Orders taken for Printing  'at Ciifl'e's Book*>tore-  will receive prompt  attention.  . . *i-v-^c=m������fcr*������������ajn."������ ���������tMJii ���������������-"  Do you see this  package?  keep  it !n  your rriirid  and when you ask  for "Athlete '   !  See that this is  what you get.  **f**  HP  jL  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 iailroad business of the  whole of tlie Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, Tr.iil 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 putting 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 important; of this point by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being..  tlie only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City,  where you can step ofl tlie 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   SEBERY IND SLOCfiN CITY.  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 G LI MATE.  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 flat land available at die  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. All 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-  site in the Slocan ? Because Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each and are  bound to increase rapidly this summer. These  figuics can, and will, double befori long. The  time to buy is now. Don't wait till they are from  $700 to.fii,ooo, asyoti 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 01 Winnipeg; if you want to speculate and .  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.     ��������� ���������������������������;���������'"'".'  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 ���������  A. M. BEATTIE, General Agent, Rosebery. ;  **i^  HP  Hr  Hp  N 1  * " 4 1 ��������� , - ���������������������������..���������������-       1 A -_"_ .T..,!...,......^..!.^.,  ������.-  1 -  n  1. 7  n-i,  'Vf'  ll. 4  I' u  H  ���������-  . 11:  f;t  1  i i  - ii j-  M  IU ���������;���������  ��������� ' '���������>,  V  ���������i  u   f  Bt*������3fife  i''."*,*T:f"..1  !<���������,.   1 iW������i;I  t r.v,*������f  . V.   ������������������ ..>J ������������������ *V. J  U . 1 ������. u...  ( "*   ;*������������������������" -'-  [���������-; ���������,*,���������   ..V-'-  r/tfe .  ,1 ._        Vj.  ���������  -   ���������*!   ������'  *        ".        I '..    ,"'.     w      v'->l'*, THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1898.  &'  .������������  *���������'. i i  q<:  MOUNTAIN"  ECHOES.  As the Englishman would say, "the  weather is ot."  .Messrs. Grimmett   and Sewell   are  rushing the'erection ot their houses as  ' if they had no time to lose.  The penny whistle up the gulch is  again in the scab business. Every  creature to its native element.  The government is berjg petitioned  for -?600 to improve the Cody road.  The petition should have gone in before the elections.  Cure that cough with Shiloh's Cure.  The best cough cure. Kelieves croup  promptl}'. One million bottles sold  last year. 40 doses for 25 cts. Sold at  McQueen's Drug Store.  Ed. Baum left Kaslo, some two  weeks ago, and has not since been  heard from. His boat and some of his  clothes have been found on the beach.  Suicide or foul play is suspected.  Karl's Clover Root Tea is a plensant  laxative. Regulates the bowels, purifies the blood. Clews the complexion.  Easy to take and pleasant to take. 25  eta.   Sold at McQueen's .Drug Store.  The Model hand laundry, with excellent bath rooms, was opened Monday by Franklin S. Tremain, who has  a full knowledge of the business. Give  him a trial and you will become his  customer.  The Messrs. Donaldson, this city,  have leased Carbonates No.2 to Beatty,  LeWard & Co., who have completed a  350 foot tunnel. In the cutting they  have found well defined veins from 2  to 0 inches, carrying very high grade  ore. The probabilities are this will  turn out a very satisfactory mine.  ��������� It is not a bad sign when there are  no idle men in a place, and this appears to be true of Sandon at the present time. The other day Mr. Harris  advertised for a number of laborers at  $2.50 a day, and he was forced to raise  the price to S3.00 before he could get  the number he wanted.  , It is conceded in most informed  quarters that the Victorian Order of  Nurses is an old chestnut. If any ordinary woman was-at the head of it in  Canada but little would be heard of it ;  ��������� but because Lady Aberdeen champions it it has extreme vitality at all  points visited by her Ladyship.  Delicacy of thought gives rise to  delicacy of expressiou; we suppose  indelicacy etc. is equally trtie,ancl will,  perhaps, account for the following sentence in last week's Pavstreak in its  comment on the Salvation Army meetings : "This is an opposition which the  gospel sharks and comiquers had not  figured on."  Mr. Cliffe has had new potatoes from  his ' garden on Sunnyside. These, we  believe, are the first ever grown on the  uplands of thecity, or within or close  to the city limits at any time, for that  matter. A little attention to removing the loose stones and to irrigation,  and all vegetable products, fruit trees,  etc., can readily be grown in Sandon.  The Lucky Boy, Jackson basin, is  being started up again.   ,  The Messrs. Pearson, of the comique,  have imported an artist to paint new  scenery for the stage.  Hugh Sutherland is no.v in the  Kootenay. Wonder if he has the Hud-  son's'Bay R. R. with him.  Geo. Lloyd, late of this place but  now of Slocan City, was bound over to  keep the peace in the sum of ?50 for an  assault on J. D. O'Neil.  Be not deceived! A cough, hoarseness or croup are not to be triified with.  A dose in timr* of Shiloh's Cure will  save you much trouble. Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizer  immediately relieves sour stomach,  earning up of food distress, and is the  great kidney and liver remedy. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  ft TIRED APPETITE  is as bad as a tired head or' tired limbs. There comes a lime  when you really'don't know what you want, and that is the time  when *you really want a cup of '  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Mr. Harris    is  about two weeks.  expected   home   in  Mr. J. J. Stubbs, representing the  Kelowa Shippers Union Co.,of Kelowa,  this province, has spent some days in  the city introducing three eelebtated  brands of cigars made by*them. This  is one of the first ventures of the kind  over made in the province, and as  their goods are well spoken of where  tried they are likely to receive a large  and ready sale.  The C. P. R. have at length decided  to go on with their new depot at once.  It will be erected just between Pitts  Bros.'s old store, now occupied by D. J.  Robertson, and the track. This will  doubtless, occasion a removal of some  of the buildings on the other side of  the track. The depot is to be a most  commodious one in all respects, with  a residence for the agent.up stairs.  Our city taxation will be two cents  on the $. The realty was equalised at  $204,828 and improvements at $205,06S.  The latter taken at half value,U03,034,  leaves the total liable to taxation at  $307,862. At two cents this will raise  $6,157.24. It is supposed, however,  that after rebates and productiveless  properties are considered, there will  not be rendered readily available more  than $4,500.  The philosophy of some newspapers  is amusing. The Province, of Vancouver, in one arf'cle declares that  Henderson, the Independent member  ot New Westminster willsupport the  opposition; and in another it says a  petition has been entered by the opposition to unseat him. In the name of  common sense, if he is a supporter of  the opposition why do they want him  unseated? 7 ',. 7 "  Those interested .will understand  that in our reference to the opening of  the Sandon ballot box and re marking.  of a ballot, we. accuse no one in particular of responsibility. After the box  left here, it is possible it was placed  where many others than officials may  have secured access to it. We simply,  recited the facts as they were found  before the returning officer without  attaching blame to any one.  John Daly, of the Payne, was in Ku's-  lo last week.  Prof. Liddy is back from his western  visit and at work as usual.  Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McCtine have  gone to Nelson for a week.  T. Parkins, of Nelson, representing  Stuart & Co., Vancouver, was in town  Tuesday.  The Rev. A. M. San ford attended the  district financial meetina; at Nelson  this week.  Mr. Alf. McCune, wife and child, of  Salt Lake City, arrived in town this  week for a short visit.  Congressman Jones, of Spokane, was  inspecting the Miller Creek mine the  other day, in which he is interested.  Mr. C. J. Smith left to day for a holiday at Nelson. He will also prospect  along the-Kootenay river for the finny  tribe.  F. XV. Peters, of Nelson, supt. ofthe  C. P. P.. freight department for this  district, was in the city the latter part  of the week.  ��������� Wm. H. VauArsdale and wife, and  J. H. Sabin, of Aurora, 111., and J. E.  Jackson, of Spokane, are guests at the  Goodenough.  Mr. Phil. Hickcy and family, (he  latter lately arrived from Spokane,  have taken up their residence in Mr.  Williamsons' house, Sunnyside.  to impart the necessary nourishment to the "run down" system  without overloading it; and giving the digestive organs more  work than they possibly can do.  BOYRIL  does for the,system what nothing else will do.  It restores vigour, maintains health, and repels the attack of'  disease. , , ��������� '  .Suitable for young or old, the invalid and the athlete.  ' BOVRIL, Limited  I. O. O. F.  Sflrer City Lodge, No. 39, meets every Friday evening.at 7.30 o'clock.ln Crawford's hall.  F. C.  SJOWELL, X.  G.  '  0  M. L.  GRIIEUETT,  V.  G.  Grand.  G. W  . TVAITE, Rcc  .Sec.  All sojo  to attend.  jmlng brothers  cordially  invited  R Question  of Spex...  ������j  M. Li Grimmett, l.l.b.  Barrister; -   Solicitor;    Notary  Puflic, Etc.  Sandon,    B. C.  30 Farringdon Street,  London, England.  25 and 27 St. Peter Street,  Montreal, Canada.  Ladies, take the best. If you are  troubled with constipation, sallow  skin, and a tired'feeling, take Karl's  Clover Tea. 'It is pleasnnt to take.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  DREADFULLY NERVOUS.  Gents:���������1 was dreadfully ner.'ous,  and for relief took your Knrl's Clover  Root Tea. It quieted my nerves and  strengthened my whole nervous system; I was troubled with constipation, kidney and bowel trouble. Your  Tea soon_ cleansed my system so  thoroughly that I rapidly regained  health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet,  Hartford, Conn. Sold at' McQueen's  Drug Store.  CHURCH    NOTES.  Tie Presbyterian Social.  not   be   the   best  ioy the world, but  Mr. J. A. Griffith who has been making like Jules Verne, "a tour of tb.e  world in eighty days,." returned home  Thursday having finished his job.  Alexander Shaw, barrister, of Walk-  erton,0nt., an old acquaintance, was a  pleasant caller on Mr. Cliffe, Tuesday  last. He is on a pleasure tour of the  province.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Crawford have returned from the Springs, where they  spent some days. While there Mr.  Crawford felt better, but concludes  since his return that he has not been  helped any, as his trouble seems as  painful as ever.  AT THE   HOTELS.  While returning from Nelson,Thursday, the Rev. Sanford had a conversation with;Sir William and Lady Mark-  by, of Headington Hill, Oxford, who  are on a tour of the world and now  doing Canada. They expressed themselves as taking great pleasure from  the trip and the sights to be seen, and  ���������were surprised that, in so new a country as this eyerv facility was had for  the convenience of travel, especially  on the railway and the steam boat systems. The splendid public and business institutions and the law and  order everywhere prevailing were also  favorably commented on.  A man named Kenny Thompson  came to this city last week selling  vegetables for an Okanagan firm ; and  his statement is that he came amongst  strangers and thej "took him in." He  complained to the police that he  brought ������175 with him, the proceeds  of produce he sold by the way, and  after drinking with some* parties at  one or two of the hotels he fell-asleep,  and found - himself minus his wallet  when he awoke. As his 7whole story  was considerably befogged, the impression is forced that his yarn was  made up for a showing to his employer?. Diligent enquiry has been made  here, and no grounds for,the story are  discovered.  Sandon���������J J Stubbs,Kelowna;J Stewart, S Hackney, New Denver; E Hos-  brouck. Trout Lake; F Culver, Silver-  ton; J J McDonald, Whitewater; W S  James, Revelstokc.  Goodenough���������Howard Chapman,Vic-  toria; Frank Darling:, Nelson; M A  Whiting, Berlin; E Mathews.Pilot Bay;  A Devitt, Revelstokc; F J Beatty, Winnipeg; W H Vantrusedale and wile,  Aurora; J E Jackson, Spokane; A W  McCtine., Jr. and wife, Salt Lake; J F  Finicune, New Denver; C Kendall,  Vancouver.  Reco���������Prof Liddy, Salt Lake; J M  Master, Revelstoke; B G Perry, Victoria; R Marpolo, H J Cambie, J P  Geddes, H B Walkem, Vancouver; J R  McMullen, J f/rentice, W C Bowles, C  It Clark, Winnipeg; Trios Parkinson, A  li McDonald, C K Milbournc, H E  Beasley, F-W Peters, H E Macdonell,  Nelson; GB McDonald, Cody; R Har-  ron, San Francisco; C A Stoess, J H  Jackson, a G Staveley, 7T L Mitchell,  VV H Adams, H Geigerich.Kaslo; J A  Kaufield, D C McKenzie, Toronto; A J  McMillan, J W Astly, Rossland;, P -J  McMullen,'F Arthur; Peterboro;' J A  Richardson, Shakspeare; Memo Un-  zicher, G R. Hall, Chicago; P Porter,' P  J Hickey arid family, D Math'oit, W *0  ���������fames, Spokane;' W A . Heudryx, Los  Angeles; Mrs J H Meth at, R J McMillan, Nakusp; A  Shaw   Walkerton.  Sandonitos    may  church-going people  they certainly   deserve  credit   for the  way they patronize  all church concerts  and socials,   an'd  the' one   on Tuesday  evening   under   the   auspices   of   the  Ladies' Aid of the  Presbyterian church  was no exceptian  to the rule.    Virginia  hall was quite filled to the doors by representatives of all denominations.   The  ladies deserve some praise  for the tasty  decorations of the hall   and tho excellent,   though   somewhat   lengthy,   programme.   Other attractions of the   entertainment were a gypsy camp, where  in   true   Romany style   a bright-robed  maiden foretold wonderful events in the  lives   of those  desiring the future   revealed.    .Other ladies   in   charge of a  flower booth '''button-holed"   the members of the sterner sex.   Candy and icecream stands   were each   in  turn surrounded   by   eager   purchasers   of the  delicacies.     The   proceeds , must have  been a handsome addition to the church  funds.  The.ltev. J. A. Cleland, in the chair,  called on the various performers who  rendered their parts in the usually good  style of our local entertainments, but  special mentipn is due the visitors and  new comers. Mrs. Linton and Miss  ISennet sustained the reputation of citizens of Slocan City as entertainers, some  of whom we have now among us. Mrs.  Linton's graphic description of the fires  of '9-1 on the Northern Pacific and other  recitations were highly appreciated by  all. Miss Jones in her club swinging  and recitation displayed much skill and  training. Mr. Simpson with imitation ef  bagpipes and a variety of songs amused  the audience. > The orchestral selection  Methodist, Rev. A.M. Sanford, A.B.,  pastor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 31 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.  Subject for the morning, "The Temple  of-God" ; evening, "Leaving an Inheritance."  Pricsisytbiuan.���������Rev. J. Clelland will  preach as usual in the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 a.m. aud 7.30 p. in.1  Union Sabbath School in the Methodist church at 3p.m. Everybody  welcome.  ,i.r������.J*i.'i*i>v.".j.k.f*,'',tf.i.#<un.f>t.M.'>k'*'.j1k*''i.ia"M.i>*.M.i'������.  THE....  SANDON, B. C.  Strictly First-class.  Furnished Rooms.  "'l.*,V,'������.l'U'V.I'������.������V.<*lXl.rVi������M*l.M.I*������^l.l"l.M.<������l^V,ruM,l������,^r  For  Sale.  GREAT 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 yoii  five_pieces full sheet music size, consisting of populnr songs, waltzes,  marches, etc., arranged for the piano  and organ.   Address,  Chicago Book a News Co.,  215-221 Wabash Ave.,    Chicago, 111.  The desks, counters, book cases and  office furniture of the Bank of British  North America, Sandon, for sale.  Apply at the bank.  FOR SALE. ,  House 10x20, situated on Ruth hill, togothcr  with  some iumlshlngs; actual   cost  $105.  Terms $50 onsh.   Immediate possession given.  Apply to C. N. HANKY.  APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  ������������������=fWrgfP?zzz~?7:iif  Do your Eyes tire easily ?       ' If So, You Need Glasses.  Do your Eyes burn ?        If So, You Need Glasses.  Does the type become blurred in reading?        If So, You Need Glasses.  Do you suffer from frontal headache ?        If So, Glasses Will Help You.  Do you know if you have normal vision ?        If Not We Can Inform You.  IT WILL COST YOU NOTHIWQ.  Sandon.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  Notice Is hereby given that at tho next  meeting ofthe Board of Licensu Commissioners lor tho City of Suudon, I shall apply for 11  renewal of my liquor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue, in the City ol  Sandon.  W.U. SUDROW.  Sandon. Juno 10th. lSSW.  Bruce White.  N. J. >Cavanaugh.  SANDON, B. C.  Tne lioiei Viiim  Strictly First-class.  PORTMANN BROS.& CO., Profij.  Good Sample Rooms.  Good Table.  Tho best Brands of Liquors and  Cigars.   ',  RECO AVENUE,' SANDON.  Should always carry with  them a bottle of Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry.  The change of food and water to which  those who travel are subject, often produces an attack of Diarrhoea, which is as  unpleasant and discomforting as it may  be dangerous. A bottle of Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawbeiry in your grip  is a guarantee of safety. On the first indication of Cramps, Colic, Diairhcea or  Dysentory, a few closes will promptly  check further advance of theBO diseases.  It is an old, reliable remedy, with  over forty years' of  cures to its credit,  whose merit is recognized everywhere  and one that the doc  tors recommend in  preference to. all  others.  Sold by medicine  doalers   everywhere  at    35c.    a   bottle.  Always, insist on  the genuine, as many  of tii3   imitations aro highly dangerous.  WHITE & CAYANAUGH  1  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lum-  ber"a specially.  Estimates furnished.    ,  Contiactors and Builders.  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. C.  HOME RULE MINERAL CLAIM.  UTS.���������"The bestLlleolTIer lla|csty,I  en," writes Lord Lome about ''Queen  a."   Agents make five dollars daily.  AG ENTS.���������'  have seen,  Victoria."   Agents make five dollars daily.  Outfit frer. BltADl-KY-GARlUSON CO.  Limited, Toronto.  Whitewater Notes.  by Mrs. Funk, piano  anr  ical treat.  sides their  Miss Funk, violin,  was a nnis-  The Misses McKinnon, he-  piano duett,   gave   a   vocal  Miss Bennett, mandolin  duett during refreshment time,receiving  an encore. Miss Wilson also enlivened  the after proceedings with a vocal selection. An organ march by Mr. Fallows,  and a solo each by Mrs. Funk, Miss Ben-  net, and Miss Wilson were the other  items of theprogramme.  Signs of prosperty are manifest in  Whitewater in the unusual activity in  building. Besides a number of dwellings in the town, the Whitewater mine  is erecting a concentrator of 125 tons  capacity per day.  The Jackson mines, six miles from  here, are also to have a large concentrator. '  ' ;, -.'���������'' i-   '' ���������  On the Keystone claim, one of the  Charleston group near here, good ore  has been encountered in surface work  and a tunnel has been started to cut  the chute below. '  The Whitewater and Whitewater  Deep .nines are constantly putting on  more men as development   progresses.  There is some talk here of a company putting, in an electric light plant  at no distant period.  R. E. L. Brown has purchased half  the townsite and has erected comforts  able residences and offices for the superintendent, engineers and assayer of  the Whitewater Deep mine. He has  recently incorporated the Whitewater  Deep Mining Corporation.���������B. C.  News.  KOR OVER Fll<Ty  YKARS.    ;;  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by millions of mothers for their children  while teething. If- disturbed ' at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suffering  and crying with pain of cutting'teeth. Send  at once and get;a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon It, mothers, there is no  mistake about it. Itcurc-sdiarrhcea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  aoltensthegums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to the system.  "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething Is pleasant to the taste and Is the  prescription ol one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses in the United  States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the world.  He sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Victoria Xo.fi Mineral Claim situate In the  Slocan .Mining Division of .West Kootenay District, about one-half mile from  Sandon and northeast of the Argo Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I, J. M. lt. Kalrbairn, acting as agent Tor G. 15. McMartin. R M. (_.,  flffill A; T.P. Durham, F.M.C., 20018 A; Thomas  Milne, I'Mt.C, 9-H5 A| Thomas Irwin. V.M.O.  ���������������17 A: G. D. Scott. F.M.O., S505 A; A. R. John  ston,K.C.M.,559A:W:K.Lelghton. K.M.C.IMA,  intend, sixty dajs Irom the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  ol Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant oi the above claim-  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced berore tho  issuance of such Certificate ol improvements.  Dated this 11th day of June. ISM.  Situate  in   tho  Slocan  Mining'Division of  WestKootenaj District.   Where located:  About two miles above Cody and adjoining the Greenhorn Mineral Claim on the  "-north east.  TAKE XOTICK thatl, Martin L. Grimmett  as agent for Michael McAndrews, free Miner's  Certificate, No.23li!) A, intend sixty days from  date hereol, to apply to tho Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant on tho  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must bo commenced before tho  issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July, 1S98.  M. L. GRIMMETT.  Certificate :of Improvements.  In the summer especially should  the bowels be kept free, so that no  poisonous material shall remain in  the system to ferment and decay  and infect the whole body. No  remedy has! yet been found equal  to B.B.B. for curing- Constipation,  even7 the most chronic and stubborn cases yield to its influence.  -..   . ���������'.'        ''������������������''..-'��������� i-.  "I cannot say too much in favor ef  Burdock Blood Bitters, as there is no  remedy equal to it for the Cure of Constipation. We always keep it ia the  house as a general family medicine, and  wouldnotbewjthoutit." MRS. JACOB  MOSHER, Pictou Landing-, N.S.  B. B'.B. not only cures Constipation, but  is the best remedy K  known for Bilious- ������  nena,   Dyspepsia,  Sour Stomach, S  Jaundice,   - L5vs" g  Complaint, Kidney ������  glseasa &m Blem I  ������*ltlM# , ���������  H  .7';'-, NOTICE.  Elvira Mineral Claim situate In the Slocan  Mining Division of West Ivootcnay District. Where located. Onrtayne Mil,  northwest of Hnlo about 2,000 feet above  Carpenter Creek.;  .Takenotlce-Uiatl.-XM.lt. Fairbalrn, act-  ng as agent for G. D. McMartin and T. I1.  Durham, Free Miner's Certificates, N'cs. 609 J A  and 20618 A, intend, sixty days irom the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recoider lor a  Certificate oflmprovementa, for the purpose  ofobtalnlng a Crown Grant of the abovo  claim.        ���������  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must  bo commenced  belore the  Issuancoef such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 11th day of June, Mils.  AGENTS.���������Book business is better than for  years past; also have better and faster selling books. Agents clearing from $10,000,to  $-10,0(10 wenklv. A fr*w loaders are: "Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," "My  Mother's Bible Stories," -'Progressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpses ofthe Unseen," Breakfast, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an Encyclopedia,"  Books on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  THIS BRADLEY-GARItETSON CO.. Limited,  Toronto.  I do not write for money; ���������  I am no idle railer ;  But I write to tell the story  Of the famous Kootenay Tailor.  We're making clothes for the very best���������,  A nice Tweed Suit or a fancy Vest;  .  We have clothing for every taste.  Give us a call;  your time we don't waste.  Do Not Forget  -  r  HOME WORK  FOR  FAMILIES.  I  We want a number of families to do  work for us at home, whole or spare  time. The work we send our workers  is quickly and easily done, and returned by parcel post as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  address. THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B., London, Ont.  ���������Jr=tJr=in=&r=Jt*=.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S  OVFICE.  O IS HONOUR the Lt-*utenant-Gov-  -*--*- ernor fins heen pleased to make  the following appointments:  30th June, 1898.  Alexander SritOAT, of the Town of  New Denver, Esquire, to ho a Gold  Commissioner at New Denver,a Stipendiary Magistrate within and for the  County of Kootenay, and a Deputy  Registrar of the Comity Court of  Kootenay, holdcn at New Denver.  A   FIT   WE   GUARANTEE.  Just come and have a trial,  And then my friend you'll see,  We make clothes to fit all shapes     ,  At prices to suit the brave and free.  r /  KOOTENUY'S TAILORS.  WHEN IN SdNbON STOF AT THE  Which deals with those weaknesses resulting from  ERRORS OF YOUTH, such as DRAINS, NIGHT  LOSSES, WEAK BACK, IMPOTENCY, VARICOCELE, etc. It explains to you fully just why ELECTRICITY cures and cures permanently. It tells all about the  world-famed DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT for  WEAK MEN���������young or old. I am the inventor, and  with it I cured 5,000 last year.  at office, or if you do not live near enough to call,  sent sealed free.  write for the above book,  DR. R. SANDEN, 156 St, James Street, Montreal, Que.  *5  SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Bates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.  ***  R. CUNNING, Proprietor.  i������r-^8ggaaHBm~^^  At Sandon, Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Foris.  Sandon. Slscai City.  i>s  i frlM  f ..-  I  A<  I  m  ���������)  -������j-'-  i*j\<.  >������������������*���������  "T  V .���������!'  -"V  (B     1^1  I*    '  .   J  .->���������*  5T-' f   f


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