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 7V./!->-  C.  /���������*���������  TOL. 2.    tfO. 12.  SANDON, B.C.,  SATURDAY, AUGUST 27,  181)8.  PRICE FIYK (JKNTS.  Ho Details the Circumstances ef the  Dismissal ot His Government.  Victoria, Aug. 20.���������The Colonist will  publish to-morrow a statement by  Hon. J. IT. Turner, of the circumstances leading up to the dismissal of  his government by Lieutenant-Gover-  : nor Mdnnes. ,The paper first deaU  with the objection raised by the press  .supporting...'Mr. Scmlin's government  that it would be a violation of the oath  of office for Mr. Turner to make public  the substance of tho correspondence  in this connection. 'It argues that the  obligation to secrecy is judicial and  the lieutenant-governor having himself directly, and also through Mr.  Bcaven, made public his side of the  story, he cannot be denied the right to  be heard oh his own behalf. The Colonist then proceeds':.. Mr. Turner feels  some what embarrassed in regard to  making public the correspondence at  ���������' this stage, not only because he wishes  further to inform himself as to his  obligation to secrecy, but because his  reply to the liout.-governor's last letter  has not yet been sent to his 'honor.  In the meantime he authorizes , the  following statement: ' It is quite correct as was stated, by the lieut.-gov-  ernor to a Colonist reporter thnt in a  letter written to me on July 14, he informed me that in his opinion the  government had not secured a verdict  of confidence fr*������m the people, and  that he could not, therefore, approve  any, new appointments, nor any expenditures of money except in the  case of official rotitiue or matters of  evident emergency. As to what took  place between us subsequently, I  would feel obliged to keep it secret  if His Honor had not authorized Mr.  Beaven's statement of the 15th instant.  In that statement Mr. Beaven alleges  that the election which resulted in the  dismissal of my government was of a  cumulative nature, and that other  circumstance������ than those.referred to  in His Honor's letter (that is the result of the election) more immediately  ^       ������1  -.1       . . .  cases without the governor's signature.  Subsequently I was present at an interview between the iieut:-governor  and, the attorney-general; when this  was discussed and the last named j  official expressed the opinion that the \  law contemplated that the former  should sign such warrants. Hi- pointed out that this seemed to bear out  the governor's suggestion," but expressed the view that the spirit of tho  law was that warrants should in all  cases be signed by the lieut.-governor.  the'law Especially aliVeting this iu  this in the case of all special warrants.  This is ah .Accurate statement of what  occurred and completely disposes of  what" Mr. Bi uven . describes nt one. of  the 'cumulative reasons' prompting  the lieut.-goveriior's ac'ion."  Concluding bis statement, Mr. Turner .'says' : "Wo allei e that the grounds  upon which the lieut.-governor ncied,  we mean now the public grounds, and  not the motives tfhich actuated him,  may be summarized thus: That; he determined bo lore the. elections wore over  that the go ornmenthad been defeated and acted iipon that determination,  notwithstanding that lie was shown  the contrary, nnd for. ill that he or  any other man could toll, ni������ then advisers were in u position to meet the  House and carry on business. That  he wholly misconceived the ad\ice  given hy the 'attorney-general.' and  acted upon such misconception without asking his ministers to explain;  that he took exception tOtthe government having proposed certain legislation which was subsequently withdrawn, and he found fault with them  for having kept the house in all night.  The late government asserts thnt these  .ire the reasons and the only reasons  leading up to, and responsible for, the  dismissal ol the government "  Whither Are We Drifting ?  .: f.  [We give space to lb  because we endorse it d . hut.-  be. sin.- e-we do inn wa::i; t.i 'j . -i<  of arbitrarily h< A hocm ,.c  is Dot. 'Iiow' vi r. '.:'(��������� ���������i-T-i- l.li  which to discuM* ���������"��������� ii i ii' ��������� -<-  dogmas.    Tiii- is ���������)   Ir e <��������� .:m'r>  .liberty  of consoi'nee   .-its =. 1.���������. i- ,i!  'speech.     l( a cli i-_-\ n-.-iii   '������������������ Ji< v  1). C   Wca>er,   of    ' lir. (    F ,rl ���������>     i������  bniidmg t hotel it C . < id' ( )'\  (ioneril Blanco will   pot   ihow    in}  ni wopapcr coiresponth nt������ in (. ubn  ->'\en men   and   two   womi n   wi-re  _r ., I killc (i on tl*c   lSth,b\  till  Cull.lJ Sill'   ol  >. M. Crowley is building   ���������'������. "P^-1-   a r ulwa\ bridge on   Tr, ntrvtr   m ir  house  at Brooch n   on a  flout  in   the ',.,���������,, ,,  MOUNTAIN   ECHOES.  Mr. Fraser is opening   the old  Kootenay luuc her -hop a* h =>i loon. ,  M BRIEFS.  S'-'Ssois ?nd Pen  ' i union.  -.   rl��������� ii   'l-in   i.-r  ���������  ji'-r'-"-! riii'i-t  ! I)'<    pil'll.!<���������  w'l-i),  w .*,, tin   d In L'.gO  To the Kill to r oi Tin-- lUiiintr Ito-vk-������:  Dear Sir,��������� 1 h.-e   you   hav.    liropnt d j and v ishes in  udwie  tin- Church of. Kiigl.ind *��������� rvioi niitic ������| sf.iy ..llier ii-iti,..'l<<   !,-  from your ccluiims.      May    I trouble { to do so:  nnd ilmin- i  you to enquire how it is the Church of [do nut believe n-   be  England service   bus been   di*i;oiitii -1 to h^������r him.    If it wa-.in in..-m w hich  tied?     Wha', ha-, b^coun of  the Kcv. j elerg\ men   could    eoiiij" 1    ��������� u.iienc s  Yales?    He   was   told    when    ho   first | md Mien pn sc-t    doe'iiie* !.i   whiin  came here that   the stvle of service In-1 ihe hearers ohjei i' <'.. t   ( ri  v,i til-, .-e a  was  giving and   the titiiulis.ie  ��������� rii.- 'just ground   l..r harsh   < nti, .- m.   but  ciples whl-h    he   and  it   r.-.n-senteil ! not   oiherwi^..        If   .���������.;. Y.i ��������� ������������������'    di-i-  would not hist lf>iii; nnioiii.^1 t he I'biin,; <'Onr.������e������ rli.l i-ot I'li'i..*'1 ��������� i������ '"'������'- i.- '-ei   ,  niiitter-of-iiiet   penj 1<-   ot   !6-i|)i!i>ii    for   ard   I hey    leu   him    i -,  tli-i   jn-.u'ii',  how en n miy ono b������-cxp< eted   to sup-! that cuds the unit" r.; n-l   Hi. .uci.iii.t,  port  nnd contribute- to whnl   bo thor-i is closed.'���������I'D Jir.viw !  oughly ������li������:lit:Ji( vi ������ ; or, can any one be!      reasonably e.xpoi till  togiin  anyspii-;  iltnU goml from n ininiit������-r who wholl.v .  ilisregMrds his ho'ciiiIi ordination vows ?!  Ah'the liitc/'Hoii. Benjamin Dicraeli;'  L'rime Mlliisti'i of Eligiaiiil, said iu hia ; Captain of the   Williar.-. Brov/n'.'Forced  pluce in tlw House of Coniinons, "It i-f  1 .... Passengers Ovi-rloerd.  the in on suit inn and biiniini: tiling 1  know of on a t.'hriiitiiiii. nitiii's con-  SCiiliCi;." The ili-V. Yites \u\* noli-inn-  ly sworn, vowi u and promised in three  liil'crciit - ,v,iys   that   he   will   ti m-li. j Bte������mer J.n Biiurirogin'   tn>i  LIABILITY FOR SKA LOIiKOK.  A Bad Mix-up.  connected'wiuf mihlsteiial advice and  co-.duct brought about a different condition of all'iiirs. Further Mr. Beaven  states that the lieutenant governor informed .him'-.'that the advice of Attorney-General Eberts, if followed, would  have made an important check upon  the payment of money out of the  treasury a dead letter."  "This statement makes'it incumbent  upon mo to reply to the extent, at  least, of the. lieut.-governor's remarks.  If the lieut.-governor had other reasons  than those i*tiitc-d in his letter of August 8 for asking me to resign, it was  his duty to have informed me of them.  Constitutional goveri.ment requires  that the governor shall advise his  ministers as well as that th<> ministers  ahull advise, the governor. There  should be perfect good faith between  them, and it was certainly an anomalous position in which, the lieut.-  governor found himself, when he intimated to Mr. Beaven on August 9th  the said other reasons that he had  given me for the dismissal.  ,' '"The only reason which he had  given an opportunity to explain. Only  one of these alleged 'culminntlve reasons' is made public ,by Mr. Beav'eii,  and it'is tothis one only that I shall  speak, pending the publication of the  correspondence, which is not completed.  "The  lieut.-governor   says   through  Mr. Beiiven, that if Atto.ney-General  Ehert'B advice  had  been  followed  an  important check upon the payment of  public monies  would be a.tlead letter,  and that  the governments power  over  Bioiit-y in the treasury  would be practically unlimited.   Either Mr. Beaven  has   incorrectly   reported', what   the  ' lieut.-governor said, or the   latter has  misconceived   what did occur.   I give  the facts which are not mutters occur-  ing in council,  but simply part of the  routine    business   of   the   treasurer.  Certain warrants  for the ordinary expenditure    on\   public    works    and  other   services,  voted   by   the   legislature and assented  to by   the lieut.-  governor,   were sent   to him   for  his  signature   in  the ordinary,  course of  business.   As some of these were,  for  wages on  work   that had been  completed, and others   for wages  on   work  in  progress,   and   the   lieut.-governor  ''hud not s'^nt them buck  with  his signature, I informed him that it was important they   should be  signed.     He  then us'<ed for more details and I sent,  the   aHiiitor-general    to   answer   any  question  he might nsk.   To this official the lieut.-governor said that he did  not think   that such expenditures  as  had been voted by the House, assented  to by him,  examined  by  the auditor  and passi d by the executive council,  required his signature at all, stating  further that   the government   of the  Dominion   and   those   of   the   other  provinces   paid  ont   money  in   such  The editor of u paper in Nevada i-<  in hiding in the hills in 'hopes of saving hislife, which is threatened'to. be  taken as the result of his getting the  reports of it cuttle show and a concert  mix'd up. The spicy article in question, 'when' in his paper read : ''The  concert given by sixteen of Carson  .Sink Lake's most beautiful young  ladies, was higblv appreciated. They  sang in a most charming manner, winning the plaudits of the audience, who  pronounced thtni the fines', herd ol  short-horns in the country.''. A feu-are  of a rich, brown color, but the m ijority  ��������� re spotted brown nnd while. S"v-nil  ol" the heifers are able-bodh d, e.lenn-  ��������� in bed anim-iis, and promise to In  iood milkers."  Better Hews.  Wc. are glad to advise our Miibriiok  (Out.) eorrrsiu ii'h lit that w have thic  week some Well r news for him about  the Sandon Mi'iinir & Milling Co.' It  would appear that, the old charter was  not allowed to lapse, but was bought  by a State of Washington ��������� company,  that now has Mr. Sturkey as president  and Mr..I. G. Steele, no'manager.' On  seeing the paragraph in lust week's  Rkvikw, Mr. .Steele called on us anil  gave us these particulars : The Co. is  hetl.i r known locally ns tin- Uuyton Co.  They o������v'n live, properties���������The Altonu,  Di.ylon No. 2, Itcuben Bow Knot and  Towandu, and a couple of others not  yet surveyed. Their tunnel, some 400  feet long; is bet ween the upper and  lower K. & S.: tracks,'and all the properties are on the Sandon side of the  Payne train. To many it is apparent  that the Payne lead | hmmb through  these properties'. So far about $4,000  has been expended on them, and a  lead, ol" low grade.-, concentrating ore  has been struck. As human jiHg<-  nient can never tell what is in a pros  pect or a mine, only as it is revealed,  no one knows what to expect in this  more limn in any other young 'property ; hut the prospects an- moht protii-  iHing.and kIioWiiii i-xcelb nt vi-tit'nre.  preach   and m;iiiitain   the doetrii-i s "i  tne   Cliurch of England    nocrdiiin to  the Book of Common Pray r .-���������h,l the  89.   Articles,   ami   to  drive iiwuv   all  strange nnd  Troneous doctrine.    Ask  those who  have -attended.: bis service  here if   he   has  complied   with fhi������;  their answer will c>rtainl\ be, he mm  not.    Ask the same q.i'-stion at Silver-  ton and New Denver l The answer will  be the f.inic, or W"^e.   for  he ins i" :  t.rodtieed     Romish   ��������� j-rne.lieeji,    'there,  which he has i ot Invored u������ in Sandon  with, to the dissatisfaction ol his 11..ek  who have left the.'service and   vowed  never to  attend   his  service again or  give him a cent ni their mom y.   Whnl  good. can.'ii iwiiii of thin stamp .lie expected to do ?    A  man who   disregards  his vows and solemn promii'-H  in Ibis  manner is .Milting a   powerful .example  for evil   to the  commuhity s������t. larj.'".  How can or.linar   pi rsous be expected  to keep their baptismal, eonlirni:iti< n  or iHiirriuge vows and  promis* s when  sucli'ii, uhiriiiL' < xnniple   is t.'t   by j,  clergyman?    Is   it  any wonder   ther.  ���������are so  in my   loud ������������������.���������ompininN   I'r-'ni  justicts of (he |-i nee and jinlg'.< ol | he  hind .ibout  so milch   lack ol  rectitude  wh-nlliise   Ut \   genii, ii-u'-   "'IH'lli-  ^rant .���������in.cA:'mpb..y  What arc the Bisb>'i h --nil I'.imi- l;.  ���������lUthi rity doing that I hey iion*t brinj:  these l!uv. m nt ii no. .to li'iiu'? I'm  a-irr\ tiu.iy, ir, nunc I ti:; Bishi'i ������  ���������ire th( iiihi-1\ s i qilulh a" biul. aO'l an  i-ncoiirlying the low. t i;r.iliMil iluli  clergy  in    tills depj.ii   u-   :it������t:upi   I.  I ho   l"hurob 'of  l.h-:ir  uni roli-shuitiz'  .and.  1 \N":ji ii nations arc  lo pi riMi ii  Sllih,  'l'is in the Chun h the leprosy begins."'  ,Why, 1 would a*V these, vow.brea.k-  ers. Wi re tlio .seven .wdiis of Saulslain'.'  lt.ii1 said the inn- caiife of Ar,n.ti>  diseoritinuing bis s< rviee h- re is. '*h<  Was starvedout." I have not the leapt  doubt nl it; but. sir. I verily heihive  thnt funds would he rcirtyieoiniiiL' to  proj,crl_\ hiipporl a good, live. >vuigc!-  icul Church o: Mnglainl ininit-ter arid  also to provid-- a suituble. '-.ioircli  wherein to io!d service. This may  hardly seem feasible ..when the oilier  churches are bavin*.- %\\i\\ a tiatgh  time of it to make ends meet, they are  wailing ' about the comi^'i'-,-i"*** uie  agitating lor it bi-iiig el<���������������������������."<I. \^lll  thoy umli rlake to eontri'-ute as liiiK-h  revenue to the city treasury, or keep  as much iimni y in town V .1 trow not.  Would not th-ir In t!*.r plan be t.-' gi t  *lp soliii coiiiiti r' allr:icti(.ii iii.d ' n-  deavor to inslrnct, edify, m well as  anin.se nnd enter'ain, the young men  and m:iii*r.i!������ as wil'.as the old nnd  chiltireh., They have had some very  suci-ccsl'nl concert.������ and' entertii'in-  lllelild, -all I ': live boaslid Ih.W, much  tiny have elearul for this fund and  lh.it fund, in- one purpose or another,  which is all vi r well in its way. lint,  sir,-is money making the obj. el ihe  einirches are iil'tir?- I thought they  set, out with titii't her high- r smd nobl< r  purpose and   object in lile   lhaii inak-  ilie  lllnleV.     Tie V    lt:iV**   aeeol'iiil.t-.   to  'l..-t  the  Since the terrible lai-- tleit l*ef' I! t). ���������  passengers   on      board     ib"      Frem n  ��������� *.,���������:.* ���������.:..-  t'oii WiiF arisen a< lo i be iisi'">iiiM- of  Ihf French crew uiu'er ihe cbiriris  brought against Lie in i.i i-*.lined 'on  with the sinking of the -hi*. It is  well settled thnt tbe!-iw in 'Kngbunl  and the United Stnt- ������ i-* i.dvei������i* u, tl e  ere\>.  The   leading  Ameri* mi ens*,   i������lhit  of the   people   iig.ins!    I'll-    ilolmi-i,  .'whiiiW.'was. tried   in   this city -l.y. tin*  'brilliant Inwyi r, l')>rvid' Pwnl I'.r e.v, aii  pn s*. cuting attorn y     Tie-- ~;< i_������  is :-11  interesting one.     The   s'o'p    \vi'!inii  ltruwn Himk oil" Nova Scoila  in Marel ,  1841.    '1 he passengers   .-.tin   '���������������������������*-������ ..\-i r-  Oinled  the   IkuIb.      A.tir i nilli.fi   l"i l-  sevcral days a storm ea* ������������������ " "]>  ���������i*"'.ii g  Tit  e\ident that   the  < v rlr -ii'.t d   l>u t  which  Holmi.s  com.i,  u !< <i   -.oi-M le  sWiimpeil and   a 1    lost       In!  r tbirp  cireunistanees   lu   uiim*   th**  on'ni  to  lighten   the boat.    '!'\v* h ,*  :>���������-��������������� hl-i iv  wire thrown overbear i. at *' !������������������������������ Me--,  voluntarily jiniij.i d intn'h' .-   i.   Tl e  nniaind-r   of the   p.isset.ui r-   in   il-"  boat,  i>nd   the  cr.-a   w, r     ������*\.,i    .u,d  brought In PhlbKlelpbl   .     11    111"   s rt'Kn  indicted and tried, lo hi.- 'I* ���������'��������� iv- u *  above eireiimstanei".-. wi- s' v.i. -nil  .���������i-ldilional     evub i c-   a.'niiitid    ��������� li.it  JloilllOS ' Was Olle o,   tin   It,oat  aeiivt    ill  Miving the piiiMi .'i* . lai i.ii'iiig  ibein into t'lie ho-, l mn!' at itie risi: ���������*'  Wis life he had pi-i"-!1 > >������������������������������������ \e*' ������i\-  ( r;iJ. Ni'v. rib b ������- !!��������� n < f v * on.-  viutid ami' the I'i il���������������������������d ?.t.L<* * ������������������: nit  susv lined the i.*'*in iei im-, on i ie- un.-uii I  that' the. contract of i.'.i- -..s.-ii '.'< r noun t  him (^ use evi'ry no-*i-' in '���������:<��������� p'.** <*;���������  ev n t-i the H.-iirif-e* * f i is ���������������������������"���������"'i lit'-, in !  de!i\i r each p's-en. * r ..t!i.e;..'( it  which he shipped.  Tl;e poinl of juris :ii.iio:: <v ,> 'r-v-n'.  when it Was held ��������� Ibiil. tin; II i< e.n -  ViTtid til- ship I'll1 1- i- -;'iMiil i'i-  c.Judilig the ho ;fs i:i!i; ha ioim '.���������. ti n .-  ton . As to ads ���������!.-'.. i' . th w i1- r������ ������������������!  tlie !:ii;!i seas it. wis ���������i.irl ie-r n.-ol t'n :  the contract cn-i inlln -i- lo ii.i  s-dlors. 'I h" i'ii-'H . !������o l.eio ' h..| k,iin  the s.mie  acts  b  I -\ ��������� ' u \ -i  ���������-' ' l_'i r>   ' n  There will ben 300 feet tunnel  t> rough solid rock on the railway at  Brooklyn.  V. G F uqiiiei, of Nakusp ha*,  ii-en ap[.ointed a gold comiiiissionei,  wiih.head<iuarters lit Kaslo  The govt, appropriation of $3,000 on  the Three Fork-, road is expended, and  the road.is now''in a fair condition  From , the arrivalof certain articles  ot iiouHelitting, nome ol our bachelors  will shortly he discarding single blcss-  ednei>i.  New Dcnveritr'H "must. hI times, be  in a hurry when they have to send (or  our Beak to go over as best lie < in to  try small debts-oases at, night.  Stop lb.-.t (lough !  Take warning     It  may    lead    lo   eommiipt inn.    A    -">(  buttle oi rihiloh's Cure 'may save, yom  li.e.    Sold at MeQ icon's Drug Store  'i he eh i el says l hill it, Dame F n tune  will   inly  bring hnu Millieient  offend  its st lueneed   to   h-ird Jain-r.   In- 'will  homii  fix   up   the giounii   around    the  gaol van!.  Sumo of the residents on Slocan Star  street have cribbed  and otherwise im-  nroved   Ihe  ever-flowing spring tin ir  .Lurry says  it  is almost   as good   lis a  rile Irish well  Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation it's the best, and if after using.it  you don't say so, return the packatre  and, get vonr money. Sold at Me-  Q-ieen's Drug Ptore.  in  P ij ne shippi I  iSO ton-  r v>i i k.  of  ore  1 tittice McColI.   tin-   jrovii'ie    h is ' ()irr Mil C P  It  bun j tomoted   to   tne  Clin t 'Juitici  'Inn    ThenioM   is - ud   hi hi a popii  lai- one.  <  itarrh   i nred     A   < !< >i   br ,d   and .  ���������sw.et   breath   siound   with   -biloh's I     -"o.slaun  can.])   h i-, blupucd   Mine  Cit urh Remedy     We sell   si\ bottles I Ml OHO   tons  ol  oic  since   the   Isi    ot  J)������cr Park   is rapidly coming   '(, fie  front as a prosperous mining umi  AT 'IHE   MOTELS.  Keco���������H. Melntyre, J. P. Davis, J.  A. Whittier and wife. W. S. Joi-ii-ii,  .lohn .1. Mcintosh, Geo. M. C.ummingK,  J. Anderson, P. MiCiuie, Kaslo; I'hes.  Avison, tl. \i. Soraiid. ll'i-rbirt. Tivifii'.  V: .1.   Kiiinicaiic, ��������� New   Denvi r;   T.  .).,     ..   .  Stephens, tl.-T. l.'epi rley, Gi o. ih Web. J my   u.ind  \'er\   inirlaki ti 'ideas.  11. I.Canibii , Yancoiivi r;Kaonl (ir., n,i t.heni  l������stir im iiisi.lv t-s   nnd   do  Slocan Cit\; Gordon McKeny,i'. S.irnia; j   -  ,     ..  ii     m    .'      ii      ii ni.,, rig lit     ilng   am  John Morton, Br inklyii; H. Mel arii.i \. I    ?    ���������.  A. .1. McMillan,'.!. G. Moony. R..s(i|ai.. ; ; wU1   ���������������<' KiH-P'Tt  H. Davies. S..!.. Farwell. S. J. Migblon,  .Vl.aiiH. McDonald,  U.K. ���������M.-Doiiai.i.  ���������H. E. Bens ley, Nelson; Geo. Walerluw.  L- ndoii, ling.; J.R Eastoii, AY S. Crane  Toronto; W. G. O'i.oughlir, Winnipeg;  CharliH. S.  Ford,  Exler, Eug.; J. Oos-  grove,|Co8grove comnuny; F.Coehranc,  Macleod;   J. L.  Endruni,   Ainsworth,  John Morton, Miss E. Hastings, Frank  Bartlett, F. KifHe,  A.C. Nivin, Whili-  water; John Crawford,  C. W. Holt, J.  Ii. Miller & wife, Montreal; E.G.Moyer,  San Francisco; A. Devitt, Hevelstoki ;  D. E. Gellathy, Vernon; M.H.VV. Ruth-  borne. Silverton. J.A.Lindsay. Victoria;  S. F Emmons, Washington, D.O ; C.W.  McMillan, Calgary; Mrs.H.Luhn. Miss 'space  Luhn, Miss Higgings, F. J. OuVis, W. I  H. Lvnch, It. E. Brown. |  ' ���������  ������������������ I.  the high  s-a.-r  a,   il.il'.i-M.t   i ���������; ���������   oi  -  tailed ; in the abs< m ;��������� ,-���������:.' i   n   l  law-; as tot bent   tie \ owed   i o-.luty : o  one another;   they \v..r.- ,'r.��������� m   .���������noani-  ment.ot.leaving tie  .''���������';.:.��������� n.;������������������.���������i'| to  their' natural right*,   and   the   '..wo  self-pres-rvation ir. vailed.  Much sympathy through'.nt. the  country was ninnili s'ed lot Hohiics in  this ciise from its pur-ly doctrinal i-nv,  and, its being n ease of'first, impr-s  .-ion, bis sentenc, was com muted to  ini| risotiment. A.tirlB mont': s he  was reie .bed, but the.principle tint.  i he sailor owed ailnl.y to passengers,  even to the saerinc- of bis own lit*-,  was established.-- fhiladt' phia Tele-  graph.  Tiie Plebiscite.  tIn y   will   Ibid    they  rti d, 'or 'th'- j ro| besies  liuist be -fulfilled.    If  iv800   can b.- colli eteil in a   'i w ���������!>iys for the   heiii-|it o  sports on Labor Day    I have no doubt  that   tin    i H (-.".Miry  iiii.nej   weiilil- be  speeei.y    ,..rth<������������������ ie.ii ���������.-     t>.   nisri ��������� ������nd  muinl.tin u.cviii.v r c.ilii.c ion   fir tin-  beie lit, eiiilic:>tii u  and aiiius ivn r,t oi  the   s'-ns and    daiighurs   of   Siindon,  without  i xposiug   tin in  and ti mptallotis   Wi.icb  Comique.  Begging   to be exensi d   !'��������� r  inspas-  sing to such a length on your valuable  1 am etc.,  Ohskhvki;.  We understand thai the temperance  orgiinizations pur[������ s* sending spouters and literature through the Kool-  '���������nay to work 'up tin- | !��������� biscjl^. vole.  If they are sensible people tiny will  let "sleeping dogs nloiie." '1 hoy ail  should kn-'w lie.l in mi' ir.g e������ili|>  ibein is naturally n niajorily against  siiebvnbs and agitators w ill only g.-t,  this-iniijoritv in:*.::.:iv. bo ti'liiy if  t|ie instU r is b-i'i qnii ily ii'on. . ihose  who favor prohibition will V. ���������(���������- inr it  anyway, and tunny of those opposed to  it will not give the matter sufficient  attention lo vote at all Agitation  will onh eull (e.i'i thi* indiflerenl vote  , against the measure. >md make no con-  lo the evils I Vl (.(,(,. Quietness will secure a li,rger  -nrronud the j r,.|.,(,ive vote for prohibition by the  default of iithi-rs. who would, of course,  vote ag linsi it. .Some may blame us  for taking this s������"nii ; but it is dictated  by common sens -, and lor that nason  w>: take it.  The Kfidieiiav R. and N. CV). is to  consolidate the K.&K., the I. N and  f. Co. and to operate in connection  with the Great Northern and' N. P.  roads, so rumor has it.  S. M. Smith, M.P.P., of LiIlooet,:hus  been served with a forged notice ol  protest, including a forged receipt ol  money deposited for costs, 'ihe matter is to be investigated.  Shiloh's Consumption Care etin s  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure, and no ho'nie should Wc  without it. Pie is nit to take md got s  right to the spot Sold tit, McQueen's  Drug Store.  A meeting of oppositionistb that is  th'> present government party, wa<?  Held iit Vancouver last evening to  si leet a leader, but, we have not heard  th,-results. J.ei\iden(ly look office,,  under sufferance.  An investigation into Customs  House business nt. Vancouver shows  that' Chinese and ��������� Japs there ha-e  ���������iwii-.dleil the ������i,\-. rnment out of hundreds .thousands of dollars there  by bogus invoice s.  Ir:i Jilack is back from the Republic  eainfi. lie thinks that is -a great  place, and that on the arrival of the  railway it will be a daisy. It has  ibout l.St'O of a i opulation, and anj  iiiiiniiit of ore awaiting transport  ^'r.D.J. J-tobi rtsoii has a brother  I wlio'went through the Spanhsh-Amer-  ic.au war a lieutaut, but came out wiMi  three very serious' bullet wounds���������.-no  below ; h'1 heart a-i I one on (inch leg  We is, howi'vi r. i--covering verv rapidly.  The coiineil and contractors are  making a very to <| job ol the side  walk .and grading roin tlie, Ib-eo hotel  to the K. it S. depot. When tho. C..1"  It depot IP built; ailil the. other side tl'  the sti-i'--I is graded and a sidewalk  buiil I hat loc.iliiv will in- in excellent  shape.  A ei,uteinpoi.il- sn\ a that Mr; Re  I illack used tbi p. nple of Slocan right  in leaving them !'or Spokane, when  t.ii'-y mih-'J to'cb-et Wim meiiiber wl  parliament. W e w'll have a big con  t raet tin band,il we have to elect e\ci\  iniiii to parliam-nt. before be gu nan  tees to become a -resident of the (lis  triot. ' ���������  Our readers will one and all remember the big ceb-i ration in Sandon on  Monday, the 5th ���������>;' Sept. Whit with  Ir rse racing, 'loxing,.drilling, jumping,  fool I'Mc.ing and a hundred and one  other -amusements there will be a. red  letter day for young unel old. No one  within a hundred miles of the place  should miss these sports.  The Cosgrove f. inily will.-gm two  <>m< rtiiintneiits h. re the 13th and 14t.h  of .September. W <��������� believe they come  under the aunpie- s of the embrs o eu\  ban . and should be, therefore, well  patronized. As tin- company .no pop  ii I ii r en'.i rtaiin r.������, having filled a  inonth's ongiigeiie nt during the season  at Banff, the naiul promoters are lorl-  uale in securing tie in.  l(i ?3 anil guarantee  an ibBolutt ciik  S</i i at McQueen's Drug Store  Services will Ik held as usu il in tin  Virginia hall tn-niorrbw, but .us ' the  noi'ice was not handed in we are tin  mle lo announce- who will hi the  pn ichei in the ibsi n< t of lln nj.ul i  -minifltor  Ward, ol "VIi in��������� Iti^, lenn, lorged  ii ten and paper to ihe extent ol ������  i|i������rtei )f i million doll ir������ and got  tli mom v to i Hi g'Is tbr������e \r ij'  )n nlteiillary loi It liom i finam l il  rjoiiit of view, his veiilurcwa* a puling one  For CoiiRtip itnui tiki K ii I's ( lo\i i  limit 'lea tin gieal B'ood Punlur  Omcs Jleadueln, Ni r\ousiu ^,^ llni,i  hour on the skin, did inaki s the lu id  ������������������lear an a bell sold at M( Quern's  Drug Store.  The Rossland Miner jintsif, 'the  INin las Martin" Is not the "Hon "  i little preniatun'' We nciir knew  hi'fore that election to parliament  alone made a man an Hon." hcie or  elsewhere. Wi knock under, bowe\er,  as the Miner is an -authority on all  sikIi matters  From appearances our school difli-  culty will soon lit oveitoini I h(  government adMses the trustees th.it  ���������the. money to ��������� pnrcliase' the school  pmpi rty isre.ul\ wailing the signing  of the deed by Messrs Harris and  S|irbat. It is,a pity the Board should  h nebeen paying rent ������.o long wl ( n  Out a few dnj<s'eil'ort w is requited to  put the matter in shape  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Re\ I A. ("lel-in I will pro ich in  !N< w Duivor in moi hia.  !��������� C Ittbltt is OMrmeing the (on  si ruction of it tram at- Ytnii  Miss Ion ii 11 I iu i id in 1 11 hoi in in  Winnipeg on \\edni-ila\ nioiiimg  Mr Cbustie l>iru = toi i������ on i  lengtbi Mslt t Galitt mi ���������- u d otlu -  '\i st< rn points  ���������*Ir John Tollotd, ol Xtlson sj i u(  i kw days in town this week with his  iir  ther George  Mr Olifi Seal k turiK d   from a  pros  i)i(tmg   trip   m    the    Dune in-Lardo  (iiintiv on \\(dnebda\ eunitg  '!Miss Hiittie McCnie returned  from  i-1 ��������� Ig.trj, Wediuhda\,  andsptnt  a d ij  in town belou  going   to Ni Isi n   to n  -i le  Miss D an iP    who i( tune d   to  lui  lininc 'I hursda\ ,   was aetonipanli d   i������  a as the like   b\ an e\tt nit \ l. iishlng  I'   ��������� t>  Aid. Migb on n is gum to ^iison lo  look after bis brother's business while  Im lattir t.lke������. a \isit ol se\erul  uni if lis in the ( ast  Mrs (uai t mil luidiughii, Mi"  Known, Went to Nelson Thursday  in uiing to join Mi Gi nit n'ltn lliti  v ��������� '1 take mi Micir n <id. ni e  I u.tnr}  ft>il\( i is now 6U, the highist it his  bet n lot iu II on lo a \ i ir It is i-iill  going up.  It t ml". Ihe hoveroign but 'SI o0 , er  lontoliudiih on it ''orl\ o\er Me  \(J I    l"i\i ti.iiit  Scott McDonald liis liken a lea* in  tbi  Bine Bell,    Mid   is   putting   <n^    a  str< it;. Ii 11    i ' iiiim i������������������  During   tin    p i������t   moulh   aboul   '00  in w nn n ii i\    b m n a liied to tho   in n  iiig,oi������.( ol I hi  sin ion camp  Mr Bi iiidon -i i\ s things aie doing  men} at lln. oan nil m group, uinlpr  lurtln r work the miia will be a steady  shipper  Mt Mi Guig.ui, is of the opinion the  Noble Fi\e will not s.hip mucli belore  spring, and b\ that time there will be  a year's slohmg blocked out, and nin-  seqtieutly a year's, steady sliipping  Mr McCuno has sent up a large force  of men indsupphts to the Sapphire  leeentlj bonded, and is bound toasi ir-  tain what theie is m the property in  the sliortrit time loosible           Mr lohn Cameron iays his Co ire  pushing work b-ird on their prosi ��������� ct  north of Codv TIicn ha.ve unco\i icd  the lead for several hundred feet in the  counti \ rock aiut *re crosscutting  Iivtly lor the p.i\strc ik   M^r Ribbb tt has ship]>ed a ton of  simples ol ore Irbtn the Slocan. rl his  will copsutut. a portion oi the C.P ft.'s  oxliilnl t( London, Pin's, and n am  other Eiuonc.tn cities It is a magnificent collection, and will do the  Sh i Mil ()m ���������!  'Ihe biuc(.������������ of the Star peoph ol  latofihows nnmistakablj the ore n the  -lOiaugiis own is I u i& ( scr inn i rs  will be found willing to go aTt< r it.  Hot!) drilts on thr lend from >n. 5  tunnel hne joined The quahtv of  Ihe (ie too ii if Tn thine bettti is  depth is reached m this propert>  Developtiient woik w is started ,igam  this week on the rI wo Frieni's, a ptop-  ertv whie" has i|wi\s ranked high  ituongtiit Siringii ccek jjrodti rs.  ^evei.i! slut niriiu ol high gradt ore  bu\i bti n in idi lii.m this mine md  thr n turns alwiji i roved cntndj  i ins'id oi \ toils owiiir������ The bice  o nun now it wink did not begin < p-  er itions in the old workings but si I ct-  td a new point, at which tlie oic c uld  be seen irnpping out oi the giound.  iWiiit.h.in a short time they arc, eon fir  d n' i i i i nt iii'eto b.we a suflhnnt  ���������-mount of ore, out to make a shipment,  it l aim ixpeiifiKid men say thai if  hindldi pii i i"li the 1 wo Friends will  'At Home"  mako  o  ilisi rie'.'.  b. st   mi'ics   in  the  !  A eorr; snnndi t-i'WTit-i s us from l.on-  diui.. su\ i.iig liial iitieri-st there ill the  Slociin is growing , vi ry last As a  matter ol fuel, all tiiat is r. quired is ii  klinw'li'ilgr i T :b" fact- ti-, inal.-e il  gn-w vi ry last.. HrjUsb (.'obrni -ia i. ��������� -ii-  'rally' j������ iiekiiiiivb''god to he a rich  <������������������ niury. nnd there is inn a (���������.������������������riter ol it.  lleil e-li.'riili.W- ill'' j !'��������� -I ���������! S "II lllV.St-  lll'eois illlil tin- Slli-ll | ��������� fi-i lltago ill  lo.*.-   ������. t ��������� :-t  th-   PI -i-.ill l-ni.  Tiiat Iiossland bus a" few valuable  jiropertii s goes wiibeut sayiiig ; but it  is a slaji at the wno|e. country thnt,  so many si h- mes w" i-.' oyer lloiited.  Scarcely ;i month passes that some'  property is not s'-ld by the sheriff.  Last, week one- oi' its excellent ('.')'properties, tho 1'ug, was sold for $775. In  (lie entire h'stprv of this portion of  the. Slocan. w-e have never hoard of a.  singl" claim In ing sold b\v tin sherifl'.  The i-bii-l i-'-'is .n i.������ it luki s but a mod;  erati sum to "i-rk tb"ie, till the bin's  aro discovered, and then they become  sol:-sustuiiiing.  On'Tuesday last Mrs. Dw.i or gavo-uu  "At-home." at her residence. Sunny-  side, in honor of her 'sister, Miss  i'nvall, who has been visiting her;  luil who'left for her home in the stale  o:' Idaho on Thursdiiy. Some twenty  or more ladies were present, iiiu-! re-  tif-ts were received from a few otliers  who were unable to attend. It goes  w Whom ���������saving, thnt, the'nipst stylish  J:r..saes in the city u\.re in evidence,  Mrs. Dwyeir aiifl Miss Dovull looking  '.spjciiilly well in their .legant cost-  uuies. Games and oiberiimusoiiiciils  o-'piipied the aft.i moon. ' prtigivs-ivii  ' ii.-hre receiving niucli atn ntioiirin  ;\v -icb Miss C;i van.i.^li m ok the ion.ling  pi'v.o, 'Mrs.'C J. Si,;ii.h.  cii|liirinj tl.���������������������������  i by ptixe.     An <-\<i'ii������it<: t< :>   in 11 ��������� ��������� -  pr t'.ily. decor nod ro  V 11  \ I  I'll flu Ii  Dl:  \   H SALTER .sA^  X   "i   -Oi nts ���������Fiom    nn  iit riiiiuil knoYihdgo,  mined in ob������  iv-  ing the i ib 11 in \ i in shilob s Cm in  enses'il aihaiivtdi nsuniption, 1 im  .irepired to su it is the most reli ible  temtd\ tbi' h i* i \ i b������en Wrougl I lo  mi     it (flit ont ion       It   his   cert,   nlv  saved   ninny irom   consumption  il  Mi Qu  i n'������ 1 ing ilme  CIUIHCH     NOTKi>.  Sold  1.rough!   the  ���������pi usuiit.  iilbiir  t" -a <'���������'  ei nrse,   the gnod-ii\ es  w- i.-li   our pen  is quit;  i..-;!.  .������<-. h irring  ,!  the   fair  iiiiahle to  .MtniiOl'lsT, Rev  oaslnr.���������Regular :  ro-morr.-w.  ������t   11  Su'iijccl': M-a-ning  V M snilorl  t > iei * will hi  t   in     in I 7 ol) |  : i i. md rub  ni.  .���������vising, "i'l |l������������������stin  ���������Will. Special mii-oe  ������������������ilolisidi r lite billies,  elixir-    Illicit    'ev   Mrs  ion     illl'l    ri-ec  for the. eventn_'  t iilu'in h\  'ie  White, anil    \lr  --^r...     Weill'    .��������� ml  II    lo,   M i!e<)iiirtt In  r    ',   *-    '.        I     I       l'|i      "\l  CoiiSi-Vdive nai i\u\\  A   '  1.  IX.  A  provincial  f.  ;   .'i nHoll   ili'S  bei  .1 it.(  i'ld     ill'   Sl'l'tCll  ���������t  i r  ;���������{ S'.ii.'- n-.er.  Ab'l.'iwns in the country are ask---! lo  s nil delegates, as organi/.-ilibn for all  em rgoneics, provincial iih-l i'.-.h'i-;v!.  wi I be coiisiib-red in all -letails. As.  an nid generii-1 once said the lime, lo  pr. euro for war was in iinie of pi aci ,  so.in ihe lull b. live.-l-eh ei ions is the  lime in prepare lor ennnsts. As after  tbi* both Fetlerai and ',irovtnc.iai i-lec,-  t ii us wiil be in Id en | vo\ inciai lisi*-,  it is of the greater nioim nt, in all ��������� lig-  ilile electors that, llteir names are on  t In m'.i-r.V li.st.  No one e-in h;-vi- a.skin eb urand  'Volli blemisii whose.iiiood is illij  Iinrooi'k Ifloiiil, Hiiters ;-.i:r!li'-s  ' !.��������������������������� --i :i.i- i r-'ie-V'- pino-es in-l  .':ii.   ><���������'���������'  ���������'���������������'  liniK,    l-'av'iiisj    the   ;  I'-l-'ll' .-lllll   -.lln.eitb.  .Ill  Lihaval-Co-.t^  Attention  A, mt el ing wid ���������i-ti-lii-)  l.h'i  tt Mi  b;   n>  (rialui-.hiy) eveninv at.  i e.ii.si i  r'prpper oiy-n -  ��������� - -it ;i:l . of del g'l   - t"  ��������� e.iliV.-Mit ion    ii'\Vl w. i-i-'..  i-isr-rv.itive   attend   ib.Si  ' .. ' ���������''���������:,��������� .  r-ST"! .- cr//'- '-' ' ���������   ������������������".���������   17"-.' "-���������-i-^^-i i ii "TPlll '.������������������iff ������������������������'. .-������������������ "p:re^-".^������-������-. L'^.i-^'i,���������^,,.i'ni.l|f ,'i    i ��������� ^������r������������������ ������^ ii'hi    iy^,i     -u,    ��������� i       ��������� ��������� i iHii'm ��������� ,!*���������   r.^iyi -^-irir"11!' g"^.VFf*Tl*l������      ������     u|w "UT"1    ���������  'A r     ������������������i������Lipr" v-TTffiR-i T -*" ���������"-��������� "i^jti    ��������� ^-"~-r"  i    ���������.      i   ip.1    ���������~^-,-fc,T���������.,  ���������   ���������     H*"  ������������������' ,p,"ll .r-i-w  ������������������������������������-���������' 1,1       ��������� p ���������=r f ��������� ������������������������������������ ��������� .���������-    . ,���������"���������    ���������     ��������� , *������������������������ "**" -. "V ��������� ���������-.���������- ^rja--���������   -i- ��������� V "IT*  "���������   w,|f ;{���������      .,..,1    .i   , l .      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'    ��������� '��������� -'!���������'���������.���������;.,������������������-���������-.v!--1 i   ���������*���������_,���������.  ���������.r'v.;.���������*.* C" j, ji*. ���������������-v ���������."-������*������������������ ,.,.^'j.i. rtf, ���������������������������',��������� ���������     .j ,.tI- vi"*-       ��������� i"'> .'���������    ���������'��������������������������� .���������"���������!{���������   'fc-.'. ���������-���������Ii. ,..:.������������������ ju'���������������������*.  .5r   r'ifA'j .',l iii>'.������'>i;iy. .������������������: '  ���������-,'/'A,l.:':-ii'"-,,t'-1   'i' ^   r-"i "��������� ������������������' ,: ". !i  ������������".'J?    ���������.������"  ^Ss^  ^Tv^iVS<Ki:3S562!u-, 2  4  THE illMKG REYIE W.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898.  y  :&  tlbeAininalRevtevv  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.;  SATURDAY...........A.U<3UST 27, 389S.  SuBScnirnoN $2 00 Per ,Yeak  ,   ' ���������.: ���������'  Strictly'ix ������������������Advnace  OUR SURROUNDINGS. /'  As far  as  substantial; appearances  can be taken for anything,there never  was a time'in the history of miningin  this   section   when prospects  looked  brighter  than   they   do  at   present.  '   There was a time   in   the memory of  many   present  residents  when   there  was  greater  activity,    the result of a  gambling   and   a   speculative   spirit  abroad ;   but our reference   is to real,,  substantial activity, the result of actual  operations.   '.The Payne, the Star, the  Ruth   and   the Reco���������the old .stand-  bys���������are either shipping past previous  records or preparing  to do it,   as opportunities ofier.    The   Last Chance  is much surpassing past records, and,  with its new tram completed, it will be  one   of the heaviest shippers   of the  camp.       The Noble Five ��������� under   the  new management  is developing  well  and doubtless will,   in   a   short   time,  pass all   pievious reoords.    The Minnesota Silver Co., the Queen Bess and  some other   properties   are   pushing  shipping  facilities actively  for   much  greater results than ever,   while  such  properties'as   the   Adams.group, the  Canadian group,, the Ajax, the Sovereign, the American Boy, the Red Fox  and a do/en   orso others  will shortly  be in the field as regular, steady shippers.     The. old   stand-bys .of Three  Forks and McGuigan are in evidence  as keeping-up their   past record," and  in most cases  exceeding it.    In addition   to this much development 'work  is being done  on prospects  that will  soon bring many of them to the front  as   valuable producers.    The   Whitewater camp never looked as.well as.it  does at present,, and it goes without  saying, from results of the   past, that  , there are many of  the   most valuable  properties of the,country, known and  unknown, located there.  It is now acknowledged   by all visitors, that Sandon section is the safest  district, so far as practical operations  thus far have gone,  in the country for  investment.:   Risks   there   are bound  to be while mining is an industry j'but  in this district  they are reduced to a  minimum,   that is,  in   a  given   number   of   prospects   there   are    more  chances   of meeting good properties  here than   in. any  other  part of the  country  known.      In fact  the   formation   of  the   district fully bears  out  this representation.      As a few  hundred dollars' is not enough with which  to take hold of a property   and work  it properly, the plan is   for a   number  of men who have  a little money and  are willing  to work   to   take   hold of  prospects   and   push   work   energetically.      In some instances   labor  is  rewarded quicker than in others; but  in very few  cases   will   failure   arise  where prospects   are  located   by-the  well  known   rules of   mining   in   the  camp and are properly worked.  Outsiders who have money to invest and cannot be on the, spot to  work the properties, can always meet  with reliable parties to look after their  interesis for them. .,, .  Outsiders addressing The Review  will always get the best information to  be had in the camp concerning prospects and properties; but we Would  advise the careful avoidance of  strangers who go outside hawking  around stock. In some instances, the  offers maybe reliable, but in many  they are not.  under in a contest with   Daly in   Selkirk some six years ago, and ihe more  especially as it was "brains' and honesty" Mr. Greenway was   then badly  in need of ���������?,    Or again,   why .was   it  Mr. ;Laurier ignored all this bunch of  brains and honest}',   when   he coaxed  Mr. Sifton to leave   Manitoba politics  and   take_   a   portfolio   under   him ?  While the government of this province  is'without Federal politics, the. people  are willing; to accept  Mr. Martin   as  he  remains,' a . representative of   the  Liberal element; but in.'no. other capacity.     Until he outlives his record in  Manitoba,   "the people of this country  cannot'-   accept    him    as'   premier,  and the sooner the prints stuck on his  statesmanship come to that conclusion  the better.    They have   objections to  Liberals.' with histories;, and when  it  comes to accepting those whose figures  elsewhere   were   ignoble, ,'they draw  the line.   '-��������� '.���������'���������' '-/���������'  .  Contrary to   general   expectations,  the new government  has  overlooked  Mr.:Green    and  selected   Air.'Hume  as Minister of Mines.'   We note also  other changes indicating the intention  to make Jose'ph"Ma'rtiii "boss" ol the  job.-   At every public meeting   in this  constituency,   as   well   as, most other  divisions 'of- the province,   opposition  speakers, in 'deference to public opinion,, was compelled to say that  in   a  new  government   Mr. Martin would  have but  little to say. . As,   however,  Messrs. Cotton and Semlin in the,selection of, colleagues and, general dictatorship n re allowing him to have all  to   say,,'   members   elected -as   Mr.  Green was   will feel perfectly justified  in.withdrawing Iheir support.from the  hew combination.     The   country  has  declared its opposition to , the Turner  government methods,   it has never yet  declared  in favor, of Martin, in short  it would   never    have   gone opposition, .with Martin   in   the" front;   and  appearances now show '.that the   people will have,'  at the first opportunity,  to, look for   some   new  and  untried  combination:    What the people voted  for in the general elections was a non-  political government with Mr. Martin  in the back-ground, and are not likely  now to  be satisfied   with   a   political  machine and Martin  the leader.  In  I: of  that  laborer to  the pro-  in a n,  e tlion-  s a lids at the  mercy of a tijjer  more relentless  than any. found'  ,..������������������������������������ in ,.' all In dia.  ��������� That,tiger.is the dread disease known as  consumption. It slays niorcmeii and women yearly than there are rain drops in a  summer shower. 'It steals upon its victim  with,noiseless tread.  There is a sure and certain protection'  against this deadly, disease, and a,sure and  speedy cure for.it, if it is resorted to in  time. : It is Dr. Pierce's1 Golden Medical  Discovery. : This wonderful medicine acts  directly on;, the lungs through the blood,  .tearing down old, half-dead tissues, build-'  ing up new and healthy ones, driving out  all impurities and disease germs and expanding the lungs and introducing life-giving, oxygen into the 'circulation. It has.  wonderful, curative powers and allays all  inflammation of the mucous membranes of  the lungs and bronchial tubes.. It makes  the appclite keen and heartj1, the digestion  and: assiiiiilation perfect, the liver active,  the blend pure and rich with the life-giving  element's of'the food; and the ricrves strong  and steady. It is the great blood-maker  and-flesh-b'uih'h-r. ,.,.1't has the most marvelous sustsiiuiug powers of any known medicine-. Thousands who were upon the verge  of :i premature grave have testified to'their  recovery through its' wonderful virtues.'  Medicinesdealers sell it,"and have nothing  else "just as good."  When a dealer urges some substitute he's  thinking of the larger profit he'll make���������  not of vour welfare.  Dr. Pierce's.book,������������������" The Common Sense  Medical Adviser," is a treasure in any family. It contains iooS pages and 300 illustrations. A copy i-HEK 10 every person .who  will send to the World's'Dispensary Med-'  ic-il Association, liuffulo.N. V.,'31 one-cent  stamps, to pay cost'oi". customs and mailing  only,    l'or cloth binding', send 59 stamps.. .,  A .KIDNEY BLOCKADE  is .a .'serious thing for the w'holo body  and call fur .speedy relief. Doan's  Kidney Pills break up any kidney  blockade andcurc Backache, Dropsy,  Diabetes, llright's , Disease, Urinary  troubles .and Bladder, weakness. ������������������������������������  TO. CUKE COLD. IN ONE, DAY.  Take LaxativeBromoQ.uinine Tablets.  All .'druggists /refund the money if'it  fails.to cure. .So cents.    ;.,���������'���������  A STEER'S STRANGE  DEATH.  TEETUBSEE'S milVE  SHAVED   TO   KEEP   HIS  WITS  WHILE  ���������,-., .-THE  SHIP  WAS SINKING.  A FATAL ACCIDENT.  John  L. Wilson  Was Killed  by a Falling Mass of  Rock. ���������'  "Mr. Martin has unquestionably the  ability to lead, and to lead well. If  British Columbia secures him as her  premier her people will have great  reason to be thankful, for he will  straighten out tangles in quicker time  than any living Canadian, and he-will  give the province an administration  of which she will have reason to be  proud. Whatever all the B. C. politicians may think of the matter now,  if Mr. Martin is given the lead, they  will soon acknowledge that the right  thing has been done. Manitoba will  rejoice to be able to congratulate her  sister province on securing so able  and honest a premier as Mr. Joseph  Martin. He has brains and honesty,  and these are the two great essentials  in these degenerate days."  The Winnipeg Tribune is one of  those prints that will persist in poking  its nose ivhere neither the nose nor  ' the advise of the print is required, as  the foregoing fully shows. The writer  of this article kaows Mr. Martin as  well as the Tribune knows him, and  he ��������� must dissent from this special  pleading of the eastern opgan. If  Mr. Martin has all these brains and  honesty, wliy was it Greenway forced  him out of his cabinet,   to be snowed  The Miner  wants the   Minister  of  Mines for Rossland   for  various reasons:   Because   of all  men  in   the  province: available   Mr. J. Martin  is  pre-eminently-'well-fitted! for the. position.    This is strange reading side by  side with its editorials during the contest.    Because Rossland  is ihe most  important mining division in the province.    It is particularly important because of its blow hards, but especially  so in no other, respect.     To-day there  are at least two miners at work in the  Slocan division for every one   in   the  Rossland district;   there are four dividend  paying mines in .- this   division  for everyone in the Rossland district;  we have four or five shippers for every  one  Rossland has ;���������     we   have   one  mine   that  last year paid more dividends   than all of Rossland's producers put tugether.    If the Miner doubts  any of these statements we   are   prepared   to   substantiate   them .by the  publication of bald statistics; and yet  forsooth, Rossland is the most important mining division in the country.    Is  it not singular   that a man   whoa few  weeks ago   was   not   fit  for  ordinary-  representation   should all at once become metamorphosed   into the   most  capable   representative of the   Kootenay for the :most important  department of the government.  An accident with , almost immediately fatal results occurred hist week  nt, V..W.'Smith's camp at McCormick's  binding"about .six miles below Brooklyn;   ,;���������" . ".-'/; ���������:���������      ;.���������-'., .-  ���������,;,���������.���������.���������������������������  .lohii L. Wilsow,,!! Swede, while working oh the right of'.way of the llobson-  Pcnctictori . extension of the C. P. It.  was struck by a large mass of loose  rock that fell from' .above. The ..unfortunate man, was knocked over,,the  embankment, and fell on the'. rocks  abui.it 400 feet below.-' His companions  immediately , clambered doiyn, nnd  with considerable -difficulty-reached,  the wounded .man. 7 When they got to  him he "was still breathing, but his injuries were fatal nndhe expired abuiit  30'minutes'- afterwards.r The remains  were brought.down to kelson for 'interment..- .''���������',  /.'"  Frank Williams, the partner of tho  docr-nsed, states thin Wilson-bad been  workinsr'on. tl.o road for about six  weeks, and that previously the two  bad boon, prospecting'in .East Ivoot-  ei.iii.-y.' Wilson who has been about  sixteen years on .this continent, was a  widower, and loaves two little,children  aged six and eight, who arc now..nt,  Castle .Rook, Colorado, '.('here is little  or nothing for the support of the orphans/for, so far.as. can be learned,  tho deceased leaves nothing but an  interest in some claims in East Kootenay .  He Told the Story to the Gallia's Shi-p-  . trrcclced 'Passenger?���������In 'the .Matter of  Jiurvu He 'Went the Auiatuur Photographer One ISetter.   -  It  was  a  cozy  room, with', antique  ��������� hangings and furnituro and walls huug  tvitli   handsome, works , of  art   'which,  corild ,bo, only indistinctly seen by the  light cf the. flickering 'five'oil the hearth.  Tho little ��������� party agreed with  tho beau-  'tiful   hostess   that   the   rqpm was ;,iusi  dark enough for iv ghost story.   "I don't-  know a ghost   story," said   0110   of   the  men,, "but the dramatic  resent),, of. thu  Veendiim's passengers, by the . St. Louis  \eminds mo'of   my experience on board  Hie old Gallia when she'was'caught  in ���������  a   burrieiuio   in   midwinter, about   700  miles   from   Q.neenstown;     The .waves  broko iu our'decks and   flooded' the cabins,  and   no'budy   thought   for.a   little  while that any quo'011 hoard   the vessel  would evor . sco.huirl  again.    Thorn was  uo panic, no shoaling, no weeping, and  it   seemed ' that all wore- perfectly prepared to go, though thoy looked far from  'happy   floundering   about   in the water  dressed iu such garments as  t'hey.eonld  grasp  when   thoy. werb  aroused, from  their   sleep   by   the  crash   which   sent  tons  of wator  into  the  ship.    It was'  about 7 o'cldck   in'  the .morning:    Tho  steward^ had begun to set tho table' for  breakfast, and, as 1 recall tho picture, I  can see men nnd women," most of   them  .with    heavy .wraps  over   their   nightdresses, standing on the table and dancing a forced ' minuet between the guard,  rails and the dishes. ���������-.,.'������������������ t  "At. one eiid of the cabin, while others  were silently praying, stood a'young iel-  low with nothing on but a suit of blue  and: .white pyjamas, holding -a snap,  camera in front of him. 'If youifolks'll  hold still a minute,'he said, 'wo'll.  have a pioture of this if we ever get out  of it.'And for a niomentpeprjle forgot'  the terrible situation, audi have always  believed that on-, ofthe women adjusted  hor water soaked gown so that she  might look well in the picture taken  under the shadow of the destroying an-  gof-   ���������       ��������� ���������', '''.''  .  "Well, we got through' it all right,  although wo cume-to Liverpool in a sadly battered condition, and when thoy  hoisted the trunks from the hold'tho  water ran ont of them as though each  piece was a sieve. Wa had service on  board the ship the Sunday following  our disaster,; and, although -two days  had  passed sii^eo we thought we were  His Horns   Grow Throiifjli   His   Eyes ant.  Killed Him.-  A squatter iu tho back blocks of New  South Wales had a young steer with horns  bo perfectly turned that they formed.-, two  artistic loops ar, tho sides of his head. One  day , Boss strayed With a mob of store  cattle,into a piece of wild country Infested'  only by kangaroos and tho out station  boundary riders' families.  These cattle, are'rounded up and otherwise handled but once a year. Before this  annual yarding took place Boss had bo-  coine a fraotious terror to every animal  and man in that range. He had torrificd  snd.scattorpd the herd that'Was'onco his  mates. -He had chiirgcd madlyevory.kind  person who was wont to pat,him. Boca use  bis horns curled like .those of a sheep  ho was called Sheep Head. His mild,  traotablo nature added to this dblusion of  likening him to a lamb. Six months after  his entrance upon tho range ho began to  act stnmgoly. A wild look shot out of his  eye under the points of the ingrowing  horns, whoso shadow foil heavier and  heavier upon the retina. He constantly  'shook his head, ;iis if .trying to rid himwolf  of some annoyance. Then Boss would  stand and stare at the points which were  pressing the pupils.' nearly up against the  sockets. Ho became more irritablo and  unfriendly. ' He roaroil,' stuniped, shook  his crazed hoad and stared at the creoping  things befuro his vision. J       /   '  At last 'Boss went'mad nnd bellowed,  through the night li'so an enriiged demon.  'He.eliatipd,everythiiig-in sigh t and viciously dashod liiniHelf agniiisb tho forest trees.  The more tramp of a foot angered-' him.  Tho points of the horns w-ero crueiiy pressing his helpless eyes'buck, in their sockets,  and every jar upon the ground tortured  his brain and enraged bim. Boss had scattered tho mob of his ruminating mates  and hud so terrorized the low people about  thilt fences did not givo asonsoof security.  Women und children livod in mortal droad  of the unfortunate, beast.; !  At length Ills maddened roar was heard  no more. About a month after that the  out: boundary ridor wont out with dogs,  and n Winchester rifle to end the suffering of Sheep Head B6ss.: After searching"  for two days, the bullock was found..,  Boss was doad. Ho \yh-s lying under a  olump of acacia, less sweet than their IiIost;  soms. He hiid dvidonfcly been,, deadfor a  week or more and had been blind for  months. The horns hud grown into the,  eyes and almost touched the bono of the  skull behind. The head of the poor boast  was as strange an object as ever was seen; -  The horns of, Boss wero never curved  by any art. Thoy grew as nature direotcd  their fatal tips, and, unless sent to the  Koyal College of Veterinary Surgeons,-  England, tho preserved head still hangs  upon the door of the Darling out station  where Boss lived and died.���������Washington  Star;" ''.:���������;���������������������������'���������'���������.'"������������������':  AT'  GAKAXOQUE'S POPULAR  BAKEK.  . Mr. . Lnwrcnoc 0'lS'eill the weil-  known dispenser of the ''stall'of life,"  G-imanoque, Ont., says : ,"T have used.  Mil burn's Heart, and Jverve Pills and  can highly recommend them for heait  troubles and , ervonsnesa."  In explaining his reasons for dismissing Premier Turner, Lieut-Governor Mclnnes says: "During the  month that has elapsed since the said  general elections, I have felt doubly  the need of advisers in whom I could  place full confidence and whose recommendations I could unhesitatingly  approve." Yes, indeed. He could  not approve of the recommendations  of a minister who had, even according  to his opponents, 15 supporters ; but  he could accept the advice of a rnan,  who could not apparently get a, seat  in the House at all, and had not a  single follower there. This kind of  philosophy may suit some, but it will  not suit the electors of this country.  Scott's Emulsion is not a  ''baby food," but is a most  excellent food for babies  who are not well nourished.  A part of a teaspoonful  mixed in milk and given  every three or four hours,  will give the most happy  results.  The cod-liver oil with the  hypophosphites added, as in  this palatable emulsion, not  only to feeds the child, but  also regulates its digestive  functions.  Ask your doctor about this.  50c. iiiid $1.00 ;  al. dru.'ijisls.  SCOTT &'BO\VNI:,  '   Chemists, Toronto.  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at Glide's  Bookstore:  MAGAZINE. PRICE.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  "���������   Cosmopolitan 15    "  "    Arena 30    "  "   Ladies' Home Journal 1~>  '".  "   Canadian 15   "  Munsey's. 15   "  gone, we seemed only'then to.arjprec.iute  Etilly what had happened. Bleu and women who had shown no sign of fear now  mopedin corners with trembling lips,  unable to speak because of the Inrup in,  , their throats, and the service of song  was a flat failure, beeanso no one could  sing any more than.,the, young woman  nt the organ could get a note out.of that  water soaked, dripping, riiece of furui-  . ture.    . .    ' '.  "We reached Liverpool too late at  night to leave the ship, and tho mon,  who had become better acquainted than  they would have been on a less tempestuous voyage, i-atherod in tho saloon  und for the hundredth time exchanged  congratulations. ,  " ' This was nothing,f said our purser,  'to  tho experience I 01100 had, and not  so long 'ago.  To go down with all bands-  must be hard enough, hut to be tho only  ^ue of a, wholo   shipful to go and to see  all the rest saved���������that's pretty hard.  That came , near' being my case, and 1  don't want another similar  experience.  "���������'I was an officer  ou the Ohio when  she knocked a hole in her   bottom, and  1  helped .transfer��������� the passengers  and  save what we could.   When all had been  sent to the  ship which  came to our re-,  lief, we made  ready for  the  last boatload, of which   1 was to   bo one.    Wo  bad a lot of inoney and valuables in the  ship's  safe, and  1 want below, took  a  tablecloth  from   *be  cabin   table,   and  into  this dumped   tho contents of  the  various compartments of  the  safe.-   1  made  a  bag  of  it, carried^ it on deck,  und when  I came  to where   the   boat  should  have  been   I  found that it bad  gone, and I, with tho treasure, was left  in' the rapidly sinking ship.  lean think  of  any number  of  situations which  I  would have preferred to mine just then.  The wind being against me, I could riot  make myself  beard.    I put np signals,  nnd no one ���������would ever guess what 1 did  then.   I wanted to keep my wits about,  mo nnd block all  chances  for nervous  ness, so  I.did what  requires  a man's  .full  attention���������began  to  shave, and 1  doubt whether I ever did a cleaner or 0  'better job.  ; " 'By the time I had finished my  companions'must have missed 1110, for 1  ���������could soo them returning, and when  thoy oaino alongside there wore not  ! many inches to step down from the  sinking big boat to tho little thing that  took us away. I toll you this story to  show bow uooessary it is to have nerve  on board ship.' "  ���������    "And did ho tell it for a truo story?"  asked the hostess;  . "He swore to every detail."  "Then  he did have nerve."���������New  Jfork Tribune.  Valuable Alihanaca.  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Downing, doctor ol' scienco and follow of  the Koyal society, receives ������60.0. .Edward  Roberts, fellow of tho Royal Astronomical  and Statistical societies 'Uie chiof assistant, receives ������450, and there are 11 othor  assistants, 'several of whom are graduates  of 'universities or members'd'f'learned societies, Who aro paid from iSlOO to ������300  each. ' The most curious calendar at present in uso is that of tho natives of Central  America, where tho .months are only 20.  days, and thoso are named, after animals.  Among most modern' European ones the  Almanao de Gotlia bus been tho longost  In continuous circulation, upward of 18B  yours.���������Uoston'Transcript. ;.'''''.  ',   .'������������������;.,'   ','-''.'  ,'..r.' '��������� '"     ''   . ; .    !,     ���������' . .       .'���������'..(���������! ( ,' '     ��������� - ' -:   '��������� ' ".,      '       '- "        ".  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On being tossed into tho pool the killie  makes'off from .whoro.it struck tho water,  as fast as it oun go, with tho seal after it.  Thore are stops at one end of tho pool loading to the platform on which the seal  sloops at night. Tho killie may hug one  of these stops, but it does not thus oscnpo.  Tho soal humps it up there and catohes  and eats it or starts it out across the pool  again. Tho seal can got it practically  whenovor it wants to. When chasing up  the killie, tho seal sometimes flaps its side'  flappers like wings, and then it seems like  a big bird rushing along undor water.  It would take a good many killies to  make a meal for the seal, and thoy aro  raroly fed to it, only when tho seal is a little off its feed and needs something'different for an uppotizer.���������Now York Sun.  The Best Blank; Books for all purposes,  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all.  ST  S  FOR '.EVENING 'AMUSEMENT.  Tho Dear Child.  ! Little Tpmmie���������Sister Lillian likes  to have yoa come here.  Mr. Siihperling���������rAw, indeed I How  tlo you know that? ,  Little Tommie���������Well, people always  like what makes them glad, don't they;  Mr. Simperling���������Generally. But bow  . do you know I make Her glad?  Little Tommie.���������I beard hor tollin  one of the , other girls today that she  just had to laugh every time she looked  at yon.���������Cleveland Leader.  Old Glory.  Among tho gallant defenders of Old  Glory at the bnttlo of Now Orleans nono  served more faithfully than Captain Samuel Chester Jiuld. This sainoCaptain Koid  was'ulio man who susgostod tho present  form of the Hag.  After tho (lag had by tho admission of  two .states eomo to bo ono of 15 stars and  10 stripes tho admission of. Teniiossoo,  Ohio, Indiana and Louisiana rendered n  change desirable, and in 1S10 a committed  was appointed, to inquire into tho expediency of altering the llag.  Oiiptnin Keid.wns consulted. Ho at onco  .suggested that thu Stripes.be reduced to 13  and that tho union linvo a star for every  ��������� Stuto, new stars to bo lidded to tho llag on  tho Fourth of July following tho admission ot tho states.  Tho first dug made undor that law was  tho handiwork of Mrs. lioid and floated  over the house of representatives April 14,  1818.���������ilanohestor Union.  Gall and see one of the most coi  stocks of Church'-' Books, School Supplies,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books, Musical Goods, &c,  in the Kootenay country.  Jjv   J$.   jjc   jf.   jf.   jf.   Jf.   Jf.   jf.   jf.   jf.   jf.  South.  "Have yon ever traveled in the  sonth?" asked the New Orleans man of  the chap from Bangor, Mo.  "Oh, yes, indeed," said the Maine  man. "I have been to Boston and New  York."���������Harper's Bazar.  The Solver.  "How well tho baby teilksf", romarked  tbo visitor.  "Doesn't hoi'" returned the proud fa-  thor.  "What is he Baying?" asked tho visitor.  "Uni���������well," replied .the proud father  hesitatingly, "I guess you'd bettor ask his  mother about that."���������Chicugo Post.  ��������� ���������qg|g,.i  ���������   , Mil burn's Sterling Headache Powders cure headache quick, nnd leave no  depressing after efl'cets Price 10c.  and 25c nt all dealers.  ������^������3^e^^t^t^������^������^������^������<^*������^i������3K������������3K������  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP, TICKETS  To and from European1 points via  Canadian'and American lines. Apply  i'or snilint; dates, rates and full information to any 0. P. R. agent mr  A. C. Ale ARTHUR, Sandon.  VVM. STLTT, Gen. S. S. Agt.,Winnipeg.  Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks,  Sandon, B. C,  _      *   wv   a.ij*-..~:j. J.  .   ������  3lr  in ,  i >' r> J'  1   '   -������"  L  9    m    *  I  E        ���������  4  ���������T���������rr-  i SATURDAY. AUGUST
" oriui-fic
Tho Buccaneer   COlomiolH Was
to Dcsitli by luuiann.
In St. Nicholas, in bis series of
sketches of "The Buccaneers of Om
Coast," Mr. Fiuuk it. Stockton telK ul
the adventures of L'Olonnois, tli-
Frenchman. While coasting aiim^ Iltn
duras L'Olounois ran bis vesitl at-boie
Mr. Stockton says:
As it was impossible to get thev
great vessel off the sand ban!., the pirates set to work to bieak hu up and
build a boat out of her plunks. jLlut
���when they began tho work they b .d no
idea it would take so lone; to b"ild a
boat. It was mouth-, belore the u:i
wieldy craft was flinched, and thev oe
cupied part of the time in gaifiuuing,
f planting French hi aus, which weio ripi
in about six weoks, .md gave them tome
fresh vegetables They also bad some
of the ship's stores, and made bread,
thus managing to live very well
L'Olonnois was never intended by
nature to be a boatbmldor, and when
the boat was finii-bed it was di.-coveied
that it bad been planned so badly that
it would not hold them all, so .hey
drew lots to see who shcnld em bulk m
her, for one-half of them would have to
stay until tho otheis came back Of
'course L'Olonnoib went m tho boat, and
he reached tho inoutb of Ibc Nicaragua
river. There his party was attacked bj
some Spaniards and Indians, who hilled
more than half oi them and prevented
the others from lauding L'Olumjoia
and the rest of his men got h.iluly away,
and they might have sailed Intuit to Ihe
island whoio they bad left their comrades, for thero was now room enough
for them all. But instead thoy went to
the ooast of Cartagena.
The pirates left, on the island by their
heartless companions wore nsoued by a
buccaneering vessel, but L'Olonnois had
now reached the end of his wicked career.
On the shores whore ho landed ho did
not iind prosperous villages and peaceful inhabitants to be robbed, but instead
he caine_upon_a tierce tribe of Indians
called by the Spaniards "bravos,"
or wild men. These pooplo would novel
have anything to do with tho whites.
It was impossible to compter them or to
pacify them. They bated white men
They had heard of L'Olonnois and his-
buccaneers, and when they found thu-
notorious pirate upon thoir shoros thoy
were filled with a fury such as they hud
never felt toward any othor of his race.
Nearly all of the buccaneers were
killed, and L'Olonnois, being /taken
prisoner, was put to death with most
cruol torturos���a fate of which ho had
no right to complain.
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Suffered ten years from weak heart
action and nervousness.
Cured by Mil burn's Hearfc--
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Tha Great Proiiolior'8 Foouliar  Habits Id
Prepuriufr Uiu Scruionu.
Dr. Lyman Ceeober's peculiar habits,
shown by bis method of  preparing her-
mous, aro illuhtrnted   iu   Aunio Field's
latent book, "The Life  and   Letters  oi
Harriet Beoeher Stowe. " Iu her words:
"If ho was to preach iu tha evening,
ho was to be seen  all clay talking with
whoever would talk, accessible   to  all,
full of everybody's ufl'uirs, businos.s and
burdeus, till an hour or two beloro   the
timo, when ho would   rush up into   hit
study (which ho always proferred tiiould
be the topmost room of the boiiho;, aud,
throwing oil' his coat, after a swing oi
two with tho  dumbbells  to  settle  tin-
balance of his muscles, ho  would sit
down aud dash  ahead, making quantities of hioroglyphio notes on small stubbed bits of paper about  as  big  as  tlit
palm of his baud.    The bells would begin   to  riug, aud still  ho would write
Thoy would toll loud aud long, and hit
Wife would say, 'Ho   will  certainly be
late,' aud  thou   would   bo  runuiug up
and down stairs of mosiougors  to  toe
that  he  was  fiuished, till, just as  the
last stroke of tho bell was dying away,
ho would emerge from   tho  study with
his  eoat  very   much   awry   and   come
down   the stairs like a hurricane, stand
impatipntly  protesting   while    loniule
bauds that ever lay in wait adjusted hit
oravat aud settled   his coat collar, call
ing loudly the while for a piu to fabion
together the stubbed littlo bits of pr.pei
aforesaid,   which   bciug   duly   dropped
into the brown of his hat and, hooking
wife or daughter like a satchel  on ' his
arm, away he would  start  on  such  a
race through the streets as  left.neither,'
brain nor breath-till  the  church , wat'
gained.. Then came the process of get-
thig in through crowded  aisles wedged '
up with heads, the bustle and stir  aid
hush to look  at him as, with a mattei
of fact, bushiessliko push, he  elbowed
his way through them and tip the pulpil
stairs." ���
The Keal Truth.,        .
Some people deceive themselves with
tho notion that if they have been denied
some advantage which another has had
tho .only'dignified course for them in
life is to ridicule that advantage.
"It is a straugo thing to mo to dis-1
cover," said Mr. X. to Mr. Z., "that I
have wautod a coll ego education all my
lifo, and never'have known . it uulil
latoly."', -'    '���������'"
"What brought it to your knowledge
at last?" asked.Mr. Z., smiling.   >'
.."I perceived that thero was a cortan
bitterness in   the   light wayin which I
' always  said,   ' Well,   as  for   me,   I'm
. heartily glad   that   I  didn't  go to col-
logo.'"-���Youth's Companion.
t w&>
Mi-. Donald Gainpboll, tbo well-known
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"I have been troubled off and on lor ten
years with woak action of my heart aud
nervousness. Freijuen tly my heart would
palpitate and mit'ci with gre.it violence,
alaiming mo exceedingly Often I had
hharppninsiu my hem t and could not sleep
well at nujhl. I got a box of Milburn's
Heart and >"eive Pill.-t and from them derived iibno f i iniied'.ite bonelit Tboyre-
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iiiyentiioM ftuiii,ifaiuoviiigevoi-ysymptom
of norvoo- lieait trouble, and euablingme
to get lesttnl, i c.iltliy sleep."
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"^ The many advantages enjoyed by Roscbcry put
fj^i> before   the   public,     CLAIMED     WITHOUT
*$?    Tts  Advantages as a   Distributing
Rosebeiy is the only town in   ICootcnay  having
both railroad and steamboat connection that can
ship goods daily to ten different towns, whereby ihe
shipper can see bis wares leave his hands and th.it     ,
they will be received  by ihe consignee wiihm two   '
rts Advantages as a Railroad Center
Roscbcry enjoys the position of kinir nf ;ho
fiiiiiic-ll .is ii weie. foi iln i.iiliD.t 1 btisiness of ihe
whole of the Kooten.ns. All ok; ,ii,d m.iller fci
shipment fioin Nelson, Ti.til Cieek .md the Slocan
must, and is now passim; oul this w.iy to the main
line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming
in from Revelstoke to the   Ivootcnav connliy.
NOTE. To substantiate this: The C. P. R.
are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosefoery,
the first and only scales,th.u has been put in on any
of the C. P. R. branches in Klootenay���which
goes to show the importanc of this point by the
, Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.
Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.
Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being
the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City, ,
where you can step off ihe steamer to a wailing
train and continue your journey. You can take
either a noith oi south tie-in at this terminus; consequently Rosebery is the best transient town in
the race. Nevertheless wc claim Slocan City
second in impoitance, and would s.iy watch the
head and foot of Slocaii Lake, viz.���
Tts Advantages-;.--; a ManufaeLurino-
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pain anii',-1.1 than ar--
oL-ci. Pt-.i o;j onl/ i i
25c. lis boxes 2nd $1.00
yard rolls,- . The la.'tcr
allows you io cut ths
Piaster any size
Every fa.jn ily
shouSti liave one
ready fof sua emergency. ...'.-���
Beware .'of ifflltaiioiis
Kaslo and  Slooax
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Qliictt  Vingui'il.
The dexterity of a modern virtuoso's
fingers wade a deep impression on au
old farmer who was among tbo audience
at a "piano recital." Clapping bulb
hands suddenly down upon bis knees,
he was heard to exylaim, "I'dgivo$100
to have that man pick peas for niel"���
Troy Times.
Not Sufficiently Explicit.
Timkins���"Who ia that solemn look-
.ing man?
., Simkins���Why,   that's   Orankleigh,
the great society leader.
.Timkins���Sooioty for the suppression
xf what?���Ohioago News.
        ��B3C- ' ���     .
_Is biird on the babies. Thousands
die annually from Di.irrluoa who might
��� be saved.by Dr. Fowler's Extract, "of
Wild Strawberry. It cures all bowel
'loin plaints .of children or adults. 35c,
at all,dealers.
has no superior for Coughs, Colds;
throat and lung troubles of young or
old.   Pleasant to take.   Price 25c',
i anil SninetitiH's 2-1 Pilars a \V
lot! l'api'r.s 'n'Yi'iir���I'ltlilisbi-il'
every Alternate J);iy ex-   .
,        -    -o��'|'it   Siiitiliiy.
'J'lnt Tliriee-:i-\Vei'k -Edition . of The
New Y.irkW'i'i-i'l is first-' anionic nil
"wrelvly |-.-i|n-i>: in si/.'-, li-i-(|iiciu-y -il
publie.alion. nnd (In- I'ri-slmcss, iiceur.
iie.y iind varii'ty of its c.iint'Mits.' It lias
all tin- nicrils of a un-nt ���'i'U daily at the
I rice of a (billnr.weekly. Its jiolitie.sil
news is pr.>n-ipt, conij.li'te, aeciiratc
am! inipartiiil -as iill its reiiders will
testify. 1- is aiiiiiiist. I be.' niuiiopiilii-."
anil for tin- pi-Viple
It-prints tb" in ws ol all tin- w-riil.
having special corri'spiiiiib-nee (ruin
all important news |..(iint.sun the glol.i-:
It has brilliant ilhi.��tr.itions, stone* by
great.anlbor.��, ii e:i|'ital liiiinni-p.-iue.
ei.iini iete markets,'departments for i.be
househnlil, 'anil wo.ncn'.s work .-iinl
other jpi'citil. depart mmls of iinusii I
We offer this uncrpiiiled .-newspup- r
ainl The .Mining Kkvikw together one
year for ii3.H0.
: Siiiioi'lnli'iiiloiil.
For clte.ip   lv.ili-..a.'f and  Sti-iiiii'*lii'ji
iekets In anil.from all poit.l.--..ap|.lv U->
S. Camimikix. Aernt. .Sandon. II i\. '
TTso a I1i-sI-iiI:isk linn In1, t ravellltijj ln>|.��-fcii
iMiiiiiii.-i|iii|i��. si. l'liul mill Oiiieairo, anil tlm
|)i-liid|ial towns in Ontiwl \V'l��:uiisiii.
I'ulliiiiiii ]JjiIiiue Sli.'i.'iUii',' mill Cli.-iir C:u->
In service.
The Illnlns; Chin iii'Onp"nili-il In llir Interpsl
nf lis piit.riiiis, Hie ino��t. clemml. scr.vlci' ever
liiiiUKni-uti-d.   .MeiilsiuesL-ived a In (,'ai-ti>.
To   nlitiihi   llrsl-cl.-i
sliotilil l-eail via.
::ivo  every
(y lor
w^ out the
Mining and
n'l.'i:cial ���.."������'.   :'
V. ur!v" (hafc can
he (vxcciiled.
ervlcu  your   ticket
nil-eel roiinvdl Inn nl. (-*:ilcii!;o ami  Milwnu-
Icee tor Kasturii points.   '
K'-M-nill liiiiirtiiiition cfill   nn  yntir nearest
t.iclcol as'ent. ni'writo ' .,
���'.,' $100 Reward. *\
One Hundii'd Dollars will bo cbeir-
fuliy and promptly .paid lor any case
of drunkenness (the Liquor Habit) or
Tobacco Habit that.- "Ryan's Alebolic
and Tobacco Cure" will not cure in
two weeks. The same remedy cures
both the Jicpior habit, ami Tobacco
Habit at the. same timij'. Send to-day;
you either get cured or'mako one hundred dollars. S:-nt by mail postace
paid to any part of the. world for One
IXilIar.    Address all orders to
K. IIyan, K.A..C.
Gower Point, Ont.
Jas. Poxii,
Gen. 1'iis. AijL,
Jlilwiinltue, Wis.
or'.I as. A. Ci.6pk,
Geiieial Assent..
2Afi Stark SL,
Portland, Or.
50   YEARS'
Orders taken for l'l-iiiliii^
at   Clilfe's Bookstore
will reeeivi prompt
Trade'!W1 arks
Anyono sending n sketch nnd descrintlon iubt
quickly iiscertnin our opinion free wliethor an
Invention ia probnlily imtcntiibJe. rnniniunlc.-i-
tionsstrlctlyconlldcntial. Iliindbookon rntents
sent free. Oldest ncencr for seeuriiit; tiatents.
l'nlents taken throws!) Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without chnrco, in the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Jjirccst circulation of nny sclenUlic joiirnnl. Terms. $:) r.
year; four months, ��1.  Sold by all newsdealers.
 n & Co,361Broadwa"New York
Brunch Offlse, S2S F HI., Washington. D. Q.
Do you see this
keep  it in
your mind
and when you ask
for "Athlete '
See that this is
what you get.
"A*  ^BAtfltfttMtf
Asa manufacturing renter Rosebeiy d.n'ms to
have dcmonstraled the f.n t that after the ciieful
observation of the Derive! (Colorado) Ore Coy's
manager, as the natural advantages of all points in
Kootenay for ihe treatment of oies the cheapest,
Rosebeiy was selected, and they now are erecting
works, with a capacity of 250 tens pel day, which
will be in operation within 90 days; and it is their
intention to pay out mo-.tidy ir.-the viv-inity of
$100,000. [ might also add Rosebeiy has the
largest water power from \Vilson rivet ilowmg into
Slocan Lake.
. Rosebeiy claims the mildest climate on  Slocan.
Lake, from its admirable  soulhcrn. exposure-and
absolute   shelter   from    the   north; snew   alwavs-
leaves the place alinul the 1 51I1 of March.;
""���  AS A:TOWNSiTE/:\/ -
As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer, it ���
is possessed of all .the'flat-land available at the
mouth of the Wilson river leading to the. valley���
inining 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'safc-siicciilativc townsite in the
Slocan is Roscliery. .
. \V'liy should I say the only safe s])ectilalivc lown-
site in the Slocan? : Beciiuse Rosebeiy business
lots to-day arc only $150 10'$200 each and;aie
bound to increase rapidly this summer. These
figures can, and will, double before long. '., The
time to buy is now. Don't wail till they arc 'from.
$700 to? 1, coo. as you''did 'in Slocan City last Ma v,
go in on the ground floor and make a few dollats
���in speculation :��� if you want to., invest go i,-> Vancouver or Winnipeg ; -if you want.to spculale and
and cleanup money, go <p::ol: to 'Rosrin.vy h---f i;-,.-
lots are o-n of sigh-.. '
What's   \\riiiitot'l  in   Ivoschcry.
\\"c wan! a res! 1 ura;i:.
We want a good hotel right aw.iv.
\V'e want a first-class  gene:a;l store. -
W'c want a butcher shop,      '
AiiN'onc   looking  for an ��� opening' spv   out'this
place at once. ��� ,i   '
'   '   . ' ��� '',.'"'.'
���^Taps and jiricc:lists on apjilici lion :  prices n:n '
from $75 to .fao-o.
TRRMS : One-third cash, balance 3 and d
months. For actual biiilrlcrsspeciarterms r.m be,
arranged lor a few lots liy applying to
A, MiBEATTIE; Genera! Aren't, Rosebery
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**.<* THE MINING REVIEW  SATIJRMY. AtJGTJST 2T, 1898.  EB^  MINING RECORDS,  Recorded  at; New Denver.  ��������� '     "'.LOCATIONS.      . , '���������'  Au" 1���������������Klonkldc, Fennel creek, John   R  Roberts and J II Hartlett " :_  Welchiiian Fractional, Granite creek, A L,  Roberts .    ,   .       '  Ansr 17���������Arable Fractional..divide between  northfork Carpenter and Wilson creeks,,) ohn  Pottor and It J McMillan  Red Star, south fork Carpenter.O B Tipping  Santiago,  Sunshine  mountain,' Sunshine  Mining Co .  Aug IS���������Robin Hood Fractional, Four Mile.  ^Alexander '" .-  Sliver Lake, third east fork Wilson,. H 1<  Llbby - ';���������-.; '.', .__'���������  Homer L, same, Alice Libby r  Auv'W���������Merrimack. Silver mountain,   Geo  Long  AngrigHOii, New .-Denver,   Palma Angrig-  non  .:���������������������������'���������'  'Aug 22���������Lady Albani, west of Almo concentrator, T i^eo Peel  , ���������  Free Silver, Sandon, J A McMillan  Horn Silver, adj Cody Star, Ivan E Word  Rob Roy.'llowlcb. slide,  relocation North  Star, C F Nicholson  Kitto, Four Mile, Richard .James  Snbwsiiiie, same, Gil Dawson ' '  ���������ASSESSMENTS.     '  "���������   '��������� .  .' ',.   ��������� ..-      ' ������  '���������'. ��������� ���������/>  Augl7���������RiiJ, Continental, Daisy, Province   ,  Aug IS���������steniwinilerNo--', Campania  Aug 10���������Krlltannio,    Comet,    Forest Fire.  Jungler -  Smlthylll'e;Miner Hoy. threo years  Aug 22��������� Ki.tz"-.',- ';;���������..'���������  'r.   . TRANS FEUS.-'.  rj  Aug IS���������Fidelity FiacUoni, L F -Holla' and  A S Williamson to F .1 Finu'cnue, Aug li  Broken Lock 1-fl, Cracker Jack i. L F Holts;  and A S Williamson to F .1 Flnucane. Aug L  Kenol-li, Malcolm JlMerrittto Louis K  Larson, May 2S   , .     "     .  Summit i, 0 U Taylor to S T Walker, Oct 23  Sumintt j, S T Walker to H M Walker, Aug  51 ..,���������-..���������.  Aug 19���������Jehovah Fraction J..John B Martin  to Jos A Martin  Syndicate, Carter HBrlndie to The Mount  Mable M & S Co, Aug It)  Twickenham } to each, FM Purvlanee to 1)  W Moore and F F Clute, Aug IS  Augil���������Nancy Lee J, M E Bragdon to Norman McMillan, Aug l"o  Congo No 2, Commander, Bristol, Power of  ���������Utorney, D!i McDonald to Gns Krugei,  May a.' ,;..;'.,'..,  Coiigo No 2, Commander, Bristol, DonaldK  McDonald by attorney to- Frank L Byron,,3  In each. Aug20, .-^300  Congo \'o 2, Commander. Bristol, four  monte'soption. Gus ICrnger to F L  Byron  $xo,5i>  Aug 22���������Juhdvali Fraction li John B Martin  to Edward J .Matthews, Aug 15  Kltto, Riciiard James to Chas K Melbourne,  Aug 22 ......: ,       Edlngburgh i-fi, John Smith to David Brem-  ner. Aug 10 '  SMOCK MARRIAGES.  Eattaiicei In Maine of a Custom That Pre.  /. vailed In> England a Century Aeo.  A Bangor, la-wyer attending oourt  in  the  ancient  town  ol   Wiseasaet,   Me.,'  ���������went runiiuaging recently in the colonial  oourt  records  of  the place and iu the  *> course  of  his reading ran  across the  H official  registration  of a "smock niar-  | riage." Not knowing what sort of carriage that was  he looked  further aiid.  got considerable, light  upon a custom  that prevailed in England a  century or  two ago and also to some extent in   the  American colonies.  Suiijck marriages were weddiugn  where the bride appeared dressed 'in a  white sheet or chemise. The reason of  such a garb was ,che belief that if a  tuau.married a woman who was in debt  he could be held liable for her indebted:  ness if be received her with any'.of lite'  property, aiid also that if a woman married n niuu wlio was in debt his creditors could not take her property to satisfy their claims if be received nothing  from her. In England, says an antiquarian, there was at least one case where  the bride was clothed puris naturalibua  ���������while the ceremony was being performed in the great church at Birmingham. The minister at first refused to  perform the ceremony, but finding nothing in the rubrio that would exouse bim  he married the pair.  To carry out the law fully as the people understood it the ceremony should  always have cbeen performed as it was  in the Birmingham church. But modesty forbidding, various expedients were  used to accomplish the desired purpose  and yet avoid the undesirable features.  Sometimes the bride stood in a closet  and put her hand through a hole in the  door.' ' Sometimes she stood behind a  cloth screen and pnt her hand out at  one side, again she wound about her a  white sheet furnished for the purpose  by the bridegroom, and sometimes she  stood in her chemise or smock. Eventually, in Esses county at least,.all immodesty was avoided by the . bridegroom's furnishing to the brido all the  clothes she wore, retaining title to the  same in .himself. This he ' did in the  presence of witnesses, that ho uiiybt  prove the fact in ease he was sued tor  any dubts she might have contracted. A  marriage of this kind occurred ui iii'iub  ford in 17.3.1, and the following is.atvjH  copy of the record of the 'same:  Glunroiil), Dee. ye 2-t, 17..:!.. .  This may certilie wiiuinnoovi!!- it iiiii.vi.-on  cerno lliitt Jaii:i.'S iiuiluy oi Brutlfoi-d who \\ ,iy  inai-i'iiid lo tia-wiiiuw Mary Hacun Nov ^;; in.-H  past by inn ye .^uijKt-i-ibiii- then dirclai-Ld Uj:iL l.t.'  tv.'ik thu said 'pcr.-jon without unytliiu^' oi* t:s  tiito'jnid llint Lydia tliu v.-ifu of Eliazcr liui hit.iU  & .Mary the wife of Thomas Slieknt-y tS; Mm-  Kinet. thu w-il'i- ot Caleb Iiurbinik nil of !i,:tu  foul '.vi.-1-e wi I ileuses Hint th^ i:loth'_s jilio li.rn.  L.tdoii were of his providing A: bestowing upuii  her  Vi'n.LiAM liALcn, Miniiitor of y������ Gospol  It is noted by the same writer that in  all casus of smock marriages-that have  come to his knowledge the brides have  been widows.  It is thought that during the reign of  George III there were many smock marriages in Maine, then a part of the prov  inceof Massachusetts Bay, chiefly in  Lincoln and York counties or in the territory which is now so known. Thero is  nothing to show that tho practice outlived the Revolution. In Maino up to  1852 a husband was liable fur debts of  his wife contracted bi foro marriage,  and no such subterfuge as tbo smock  marriage could relieve him.���������.New York  Sun.  The Architecture of the Daclmhnnd.  "I understand about tho dachshund's  leys," said Mr. Gosllngton, "that lliogruy-  bound has tho vest o������ thorn, but, why its  body should be built on tho tubular.principle is still u mystery tome."-r-Mow York  Sun.  An Ai������t T'ailure.'  True art is to conceal art, but the woman ivltu paints a 'vi-lvijl; laiiiliri-ijiiiii bangs  it on her jxirloi- nn������:ii.lo. ���������Uhlua^oKocord.  The Koyul Goo;.:!-.-':.-liii-el i^-ioiyiy nf K11.K-  3nn;l lui:-'i.i-hv m-a: '.. U'';!l i;;i-!i.'���������-. ;.-i ami ;:  library i)f 70,001! iiiickj. and ii.-!iii]:lil: ts.   ,  O.'ie iiiiUi'.ii .���������!'.'!>' :uf tonv-l- !i:nt!';;:'o u.'.  lp nver.v year 1:1 Kiifi'.po.li-..isi.;.'iii;' tbf'r;  Vavs With fllBeuiiru.  EARLY FRENCH  EXPLORERS.  Tbe Work of Cat-tier, Chnnijilaiu and Otli-  . em In the Great X.akes.,  W. S. Harwood writes in St. Nicholas of "Tho Great Lakes." t Mr. Harwood says: -    '  ' Jacques Cartier, who shipped from  St. Male in 1584,' explored the const of  Newfoundland and made the cironit of  ;he gulf of ��������� S6:..Jjawraiice, aud he did  much else, too, for. New I-'rance in opening up negotiations with the many tribes  of Indians who -thronged thousands,  strong'and friendly from,all the.reyions  -in and about. Quebec .and Montreal and  Ottawa and Kingston. Another mariner  of St. JVIalo���������l^ritucis Greve��������� began the  colonization.of the laud.- About 1570,  in Franco, Samuel de Chaniplaiu was  born, and when he reached the age of  early manhood be, too, joined in tho  new world explorafion in the region  above ttbe great lakes. Tho��������� kings of  France wero much interested in the'  new land aiid did all iu their power not  only to explore tho region, but to colo-\j  gizo .and develop, it. . Champlain; in  1615, hiado an esptrditioii up the Ottawa  river and penetrtitod as far as into  Georgian bay, thus touching on the waiters of Lako Huron.       .   .      '.  In 1618 Etienno Brule, an old inter-:  preter, came into Char.iplain's camp  with the news of tbe discovery of Luke  Superior. Lake Erio, with Ontario/was  probably discovered somo tirno earlier  than this. .Nicollet, in'.163-i,':started in  a canoo from tbo head of Georgianbay,  skirted tbo eastern "and northern shores  of Huron and at last found himself at  Sault Ste..Marie., or the fulls of St.  Mary, now siiortaned' to y "Soo"���������tho  first white man, it is believed, to reach  this key.to.the lioble lake beyond.' Ho  went as far asGrei-n bay, on Luke Michigan, and so the various lakes, at last  came into the actual knowledge of the  explorers and were no longer myths.  But as. these French explorers continued to develop new aud hitherto undreamed1 of possibilities of empire the  English began to take deep interest in  the region���������an interest little less marked  than ' that they were ' then taking in ,  their schemes of colonization in Virginia and Massachusetts. Again and  again through,, the years that follow the  threads cross and recross, not weaving  a beautiful garment of harmony, but  tangling in a wretched snarl, a patchwork of disputes between the nations.  Entanglemout followed entangle-  ment.-wars harassed the land, until at  last the English were masters of the  northern lake region for all time���������unless some day we, shi',11 see the stars and  stripes floating from the heights of  Quebec.  IN NEW YORK'S EARLY DAYS.  The   Bowery Was   the .Resort of -Wealth,  '     Beauty and Fash ion.  ���������',, "A pleasant picture occurs to me of  .a summer progress of the family of  Governor Stuyvosant to nnd from the  meeting house, for divine worship in  the fort near the -: Battery, New York, "  writes Mrs. Burton Harrison in The  Ladies' Home Journal, describing  "When Fashion Graced the Bowery.-'  "In a brave ccoach, drawn by shining  horses, is ensconced the governor himself, whose long, laced coat half hides  his wooden log banded with silver. He'  wears a carefully curled peruke and  holds his hat upon his knee, in order to  court! the "cool sea breeze that fans his  rugged visage. His lady, sitting in state  beside him, is, in their staid and phlegmatic community, accounted a brilliant  personage; her gowns came out from  her native Paris, and her silken hood is  worn over frizzled and powdered hair;  her embroidered hose and high heeled  shoes, her rings, bracelets and lockets,  with the,gorgeously bound book of devotions supended by a golden chain to  her waistband, may be depended upon  as models of the very latest modes. 0  Mrs. Bayard, the widowed sister of the  governor, occupies a, soat in the coach  facing them.  "After service, in the bare colonial  church���������Avhere the dominie's (.sermon,  however eloquent, was always brought  to an end by three raps from the clerk's  stick at the moment when the sands of  tbe hourglass bad announced that the  preacher's limit of time had been reach  ed���������the Stuyvesaut party,passes out between rows of respectful gazers. "  Sala'ft Last Article.  In The Windsor Magazine Mrs. Sala  relatos an incident about the last magazine article ever written by the late  Goorge Augustus Sala.' "Aslre-entered  his study that afternoon," she writes,  "he gave me over tho three slips of a  closely written MS. on flimsy foreign  note paper and said: 'Take them, dearest. I am so tired I don't think I shall  ever write another magazine, article.  Put the sheets in your dispatch box and  finish them for ni'e. When I am dead,  you will perhaps want bread, and then  you can sell "Bedrooms on Wheels." '  Sure enough', it was just as ho so sadly  prophesied, for often since cruel death  oamo between us I have wanted for the  common necessaries of lifo during many  weeks and mouths of weariness and ill  health." .   A Bright Uird.  The cuckoo is as likely to steal its  Best as to make it, but this fact does  not take from tbo poiut of the following pun, quoted from Short Stories:  A young Englishman being asked at  dinner whether ho would have some  bird's nest pudding, said, turning to  bis hostoss, "Ah, yos, bird's nest pudding, and what kind of a bird may  have made it?"  "Oh, it was tho cook who made it,"  was her prompt reply.  Packages weighing up to 22 pounds  and measuring not moro than five feet  cube are now transported by tbe French  postoffice for 87 cents to any part of  France.   The largest telegraph office in the  world is tbi general postoffice building,  London, over 8,000 operators being employed.  KOil OVKIt Fll'TY YKAltS.  ilrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  usied by millions o'fmothers for their children  while teething, if disturbed at. night, and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suflerinp:  and prying with pain of cutting teeth. Send  at once and.get a bottle o<"Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer Immedlat-  ly. Depend upon It, .mothers, there ia no  m istake about it. 11 cures diarrhcen, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  softensthegums 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 thu  prescription ot one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses In tho United  States. price twenty-five cunts a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the world.  Bo sure and ask lor "Mrs, Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  is as bad as a. tired head or tired  limbs.    There comes a time.     ,  when yoti really don't know, what you want, and that is the time  ,. when yoii really want a cup of ��������������������������� ,.' " '��������� ���������  to impart the necessary nourishment to the "run down" system  without ������verloading it, and giving the digestive, organs more  work'than they possibly can do. '".  '  '.''.-VV'--' BO VRIL  does for-the system what nothing else Will do.  i-It'restores vigour, maintains health, and repels the attack of  disease.  '   ' ��������� -' .   '-   ' '��������� -  Suitable for young or old, the invalid'and the athlete.  BOVRIL, Lim^^^  APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  Notice is hereby given that at the next  meeting of the Board of License Commissioners lor the Oily of SaDdon,' I shall apply for a  renewal of my liquor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue. In the City ol  .Sandon. ,' ....  WA1. sun ROW.  Sandon,,Tuiio Kith. 1S0S. ' '.'.''������.  50 Farringdon Street,  London, England.  .25^-ind 27 St. Peter Street,  Montreal, Canada.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  ' Tbi? IbllowiiK is a list of ore ;shiu.-  nionts over the lv. it S. from Sandon  for the week .ending August 19 :  mini:.  Payne. .<;.���������..'.........  Lafet Chance ;.  Until...........vW;...  ' Total... ;..:  TONS.    50  ............ GO  ...........200   .....310  Certificate of Improvements.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,  ;0 IS HONOUR the 'Li'^utemint-Gov-  *���������������������������*��������� ��������� ernor nas been pleased to make  the following appointments:  ���������;,    30th June, 189S.  Alexander Sproat, of the Town of  Now Denver, Esquire, to be a Gold  Commissioner at New Denver,a Stipen-  <liarif Magistrate within and- for the  County oi' Kootenay, and- a ', Deputy  Registrar ol" the Couuty Coiirt of  Kootenay, hold en at New Denver.  R Qiiestioii  of Spex..v  .NOTICE-  Kidney-..TTOuble  FOR YEARS.-1 v  Victoria Xo. (! Mineral Claim situate  in    the  Slocan   Mining Division of West Kootenay District,  about   one-half  mllo  from  Sandon and northeast of the  Argo Mineral Claim. <,.'-.���������,'  Take notice that I,'.,]. M. H. Falrbalrn. act-  liiyasai-'ent Tor  0. D.  McMartin,  F.   M.   C,  5(10! A; T.V. Durham, F.M.G., 20018 A; Thomas  Milne, F.M.C:.,!MI-ri A; Thomas Irwin. F.M.C.,  -1.117 A; Ci. D. Scott. F.JI.C, 8505 A;"A. R. Johu-  stnn,F.C'.M.,5.WA:\V.Iv.LeIgliton, F.M.C.,ltJlA,  intend, sixty days Irom the dale hereof toap-  j ply to the Mining Recorder for   a  C'ertlflcate  | of liniiroveinents, lor tbe purpose ol  obtain-.  l ing a Crown Grant ol the above claim' ,,  I    And iurthor take riotloc that'action,   under  section !17, must,  be commenced  before  the  Issuance ol such Certlllcateol Improvemenls.  1 lilted this 11th day of.]une, 1S9S.  Nothing died 'Mrv R^E. Pitt  aiiy good until he got  Doan's Kidney Pills.  Throughout the County of Leeds and  the Town of Brockville there is no medicine upoken so liiijlily of for id! kinds of  Ki-.lney Diseases as, .Doan's Kidney Pills.  As Ciinada's pion ee r kidney pill, introduced  ���������by Mr. James Doan, of Kingsville, Ont,  in .'B85, the) stand to-day far superior  to all the imitations, and substitutes that'  have been offered ihe public in their stead.  . Sir.; R. ,E., Pill, tbe well-known contractor and builder, voices these sentiments when be says, " 1 have had kidney  trouble for years. I had. tried''numerous  remedies without much relief, aii'd bad  given lip my'back as. gone for good," but.'  since usififr Doan's Kidney Pills tho result  h.-ts been marvellous! The pain is all  g-iine. '��������� 1 feel like a new man', and can  bi-jhiv tesiilV to the, virtues of Doan's  Kidney Pills.'"   ,    ',"       , , ,  " Dunn's Kidney Pills are sold by all  'dealers'or sent by mail on reeeipt of  price,-50 ujnts a box. 01:3 boxes for $ 1.25,  The Doan Kidney Pill Co., Toronto, Ont,  K^������������^iS^^S5^a^82S3^SS^'S38iS������Si������  CUSE ALL'VOUR PRIHS WITH  ^;M'  A Medicine Chest In Itself.  Simple, Safe and Quick Cure for  I  iS  sf:  ���������S5  ���������0.  Si  :S. CRfiMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, i  I GOLDS; RHEUF^STISRfl, |  I KEURALG5A. ',-.        |  S      25 and SO cent Bottles.      j������  Si  W. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS-  |������ BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.^  f| PERRY DAVIS' K  "I had Salt  Rheum of the worst...  kind, as our family  . doctor , called it,  and could not get anything to  cure me. I read of Burdock  Blood Bitters; and determined to  try it. I got one bottle and before I used half of it I could tell it  was doing me  good, and after  taking six bottles I was perfectly cured, and  to-day am a happy woman at being  cured of that terrible disease." Mrs.  Magdalena Voigt, Rhineland,Ont.  B. B. B. is the best remedy in  the world for Eczema, Salt Rheum,  Tetter, Scald Head,  , Shingles, Boils, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers  and all Blood and  Skin Diseases.  lies? ftiiini  Waving .'opened business in the  premises opposite the Clifton house. I  am prepared to do all kinds of Boot  and Shoo Making and Repairing in the  hi test and 'neatest style.  A trial order solicited. S itisf'ai-.lii.ii  gininuileed.  ..    NO OK'DKll TOO SMAIJj.  ASB NO.NK TOO I.AlUii:.  LOUIS, the shoemaker:.  Louis Hitpperten. ,  ; New  Dressmaking  SIlOD.  i'  MRS. E. NAUYACKS, late of New  Denver, has opened in Miss Cameron's  old stand.'  All orders attended to promptly and  in the best style of the art.  HOME RULE MINERAL-CLAIM.  GREAT MUSIC OFFER.     ;  ' Send us tbe names., and addresses of  three or more performers oh the piano  or organ; together with ten cents in  silver or postage, and we will mail you  fi ve pieces full, sheet, music size, consisting of popular' songs, waltzes,  marches, etc., arranged for the piano  iind organ.    Address,  . Chicago Book & News Co ,  215-221 Wabash Ave.,    Chicago, 111.  M. Jj. Grimniett, ll. b.  Bauhistek,    Solicitor,    Notaiiy  - '   Puni.tc, Etc. '.'.���������  Sandon,     B. C.  ^.'���������Wl. '*.!"���������..������������. 1*1. ������*.,���������!.'Wl.'S. 1*1. M.I'IXI.I'l.'l.l't.'l.i't.'l.l'k.  ���������':THE..i. ''���������'���������'���������  SANDON, B. C.  Stkictia' First-ci.ass.  .Furnished Rooms.     ������������������.-';;���������  .|.l*l..|.Cl,'\.|.l,M.I,l^l.l,l.'l.ri,M.|.l.'l.������,l..V.|.|..������.*'l.'������.'l  Sifuiito  in   the  Slocaii' Mining J)ivisloii of  West Kootenai District.   Where located i  About two miles abeve Cody and adjoining the Greenhorn Mineral  Claim on the  north east.  TAKE NOTICE Hint I, Martin L. Grlnimctt,  as agent lor Michael McAndrew.s.Frco Miner's  Certllieate, No, 23G0 A, Intend sixty days Irom  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certltlcate  of  Improvements lor   the  purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grunt-on  the  ahove claim. -  And lurther tuke notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate ot Tmprovenients.  Dated this 13 th' day of July, 1898.  ' M. L: GKIMMETT.'  Certificate of Improvements.  ."-'   - , NOTICE.  Deloraiue and Uouldor No. 2 Mineral Claims  situate in the Slocan Mining Divislon'ol  West Koritenny District. AVlicro located:  On west ioric of Cody creek, one-hall mile  Irom Noonday Mine. -  Take notice that 1, J. M. R. Falrbalrn. ol  Kaslo, JJ. O., acting as agent, for P. Burns,  Free Min er's Certificate No. IGOSiV, in tend sixty  d.-i.rs irom the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Keeorder Torn Cerlific.-ite of Improve- i  intuits, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Grunt, of the above claims.  And further take notice Unit action, under  section :1T, must, be commenced before (he  Issuance ol sucliCertifieate of Improvement!!.  ���������lluti.-dthis Ulh diiyofAugustJIIilS.  '.)'. M. II. FAUtBATRN. I'. L.'S.  Bruce White. .���������    ������������������'���������'   N. J. Cavanaugh.  WHITE & CAVANAUGH  Manufacturers of'and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  Estimate's'furnished.'  *-' -  Contractors and Builders.  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements^  NOTICE.  ICIvirn Mineral Clmiii situate in   the  Slocan  Mining Division of West   Kootenay   DIs-  ti'icf-.     Where located.     On ITayne   Hill,  nortliwesl of llulo about,  2,000  feet above.  f.'arpoiitiT Creelc  ���������Take notice that I.-.I. M. VI. Falrbalrn, 'act-  iigtiKaghiit for G.  D.   McMartln   and   T.   P.  Durham. Free Miner's Certificates, Nos. 509-1A  !i)ui 20niS A . Intend, sixty days from the  date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a  C'M'tillente of Improvements, for the purpose  ofo'itaining a  Crowu   Grunt of  ihe  above  claim.  And further fake  notice that action, under  .Section 37. must  be   commenced   before   the  Issuance nf ������ueli Certificate of'Improvements  I luted this 1 Ith nay ol .1 une, KSOS.  ���������AGENTS.���������Book business is better than for  years past; also have better 11 nd faster selling books. Agents clearing from $10,000 to  3.10.000 weekly. A few leaders are: "Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," ''My  Mother's Bible Stories," -'Progressive Speaker." "IClondyko Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpses of the Unseen," Ureaklast, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an JCncyclopedla."  Books on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  THE BltADLBY-GAllRKTSON CO.. Limited,  Toronto.  r  2  HOME WORK  FOR  FAMILIES.  Tl  it  We want a number of families to do  work lor 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., Jlept. li., London, Out.  1  J  \V. McCain', Esq.,'Sltinuging Diroctor  North American Lift; Ass lira nco Co., Toronto, Ont.  Dear Sir: ���������  Of the three options at my disposal in regard to my matured 15-year investi-  iik.'dI. policy for $2,500, viz : . '  1st, Cash. t=3,793 88  . 2nd, Pnid-up 'Insurance .9,295.00  3rd, Life Annuity     25950  ��������� I havo decided to take tho first, and hand you my discharge in "exchange  for vour check. In tormina ting the contract, which has given me reliable Life  Insurance for fifteen years for.$2,50(1, and in addition returns me all my payments with compound interest added, nt a rate within a very Binall fraction ol  5 tier cent. I can only remark that rny expectations have lic'cn more than  realized, and that the whole transaction from beginning to end has been of the  most satisfactory character. Yours truly,,  R. A. Pvne, Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons,Toronto.  For rates and full particulars apply to  S. G. FAULKNER, Provincial Manager, Vancouver.  To you, my friend���������young or old���������if suffering the  results of youthful lolly, such as;. DRAINS, NIGHT  LOSSES, IMPOTENCY, LAME BACK, VARICOCELE, etc., take the advice of my 30 years' experience.  -.   ��������� J1 T''*-'" T~1  When you can get nature's own simple remedy, the very essence of lffe itself  ���������ELECTRICITY. The DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT for weak!  men is known the world over. I am the inventor. With it last year I restored manly vigor to 5,000 sufferers. Little book explaining all, sent sealed  freeitipon request, or drop in and consult me free of charge.  BR. R, SANDEN, 106 St. James Street. Montreal, Que.  /  -rrr^.'n,,. ' ���������     .^-.'  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 ifyou have normal vision? '     If Not "We Can Inform You. -  IT WILL COST YOU NOTHINQ,  Sandon.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  fllNINQ STOQftS  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  ;Every Representation Guaranteed.  SANDON. B. C.  I.   O.O. :.JP..  ' Silver City Lodge, No. 39, meota every Frl-  Uiiy evenI ng.at 7.80 o'cloek.ln Crftwlerd'g hall.  3\1. L. GKIMMETT, N.G. ��������� W-  "...N. J. GARBUTT, V. Q. ';���������  A. IIAKLOW, Uec. Sec.  All BOlournlng brothers cnrdlally Invited  to attend.  AGENTS.���������"The best Lite o( Hor Majesty,I  have seen." writes Lord Lome about "Queen  Victoria." Agents make Ave, dollars dally.  Outfit free. BRADLEY-GAURISON 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 Test;  We have clothing for every taste.  Give us a call;  your time we don't waste.  Do Not Forget  ������or Motto���������  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.  KOGTENdY'S TtllLORS.  WHEN IN SANDON STOP AT THE  as. ���������   ���������  ^ SANDON, B. C. Kates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.  fe   Headquarters for Mining ***  and Commercial Men  R. CUNNING, Propbietor.    -^ ^j^g  fWl,'.*"1"!  *~r jSi s5 .'IT V  At Sandon, Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.       *-rr '"K-  SandoH.  Slocan City.  \  '^^^1   1-  '-*          *  V\i  *l  ������T  "  N *  *i 1     1 1 *���������       ���������������  M  1      ltfi       ^   -*    M.  ������������������:.���������:��������� .  ���������\t.  -          <                *  '     'r ���������  ii.i.[r.'ih,c,������i  I'  -ir ".'������ '  ���������.".'.��������������� -.-,���������:������������  V' ���������  -.'��������� 1  1. "t  I. O.-l,-'-'      ,    . -'������ nv'   <���������.',-. r'.-- .-,    i>- '���������  v.'-i-ir   -     'il.   ,���������'-���������*-'IV   .     1,9.1


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