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 VOL.' 1.    NO. 29.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JAUNARY 1, 1898.  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  SfM  i  The -jPsira p-iss by rapidly, to be sure  It seems but yesterday since the Christmas of-'96 was being   celebrated   with  Christmas gifts and Christmas   carols;  since friends were .taking   friends   by  the hand and   wishing   them ' all   the  compliments    of    the  season;   since  youngsters   were dreaming   el Santa  Claus and all his treasures;   since the  oJd, old story of Bethlehem waa   being  told in every variety of phrase in thousands or*  churches, and in myriads of  homes; since family gatherings   without number, hailed Christmas   as   the  brightest day of all the year, and since  multitudes on the Inst eve of thiB great  Christian festival, raised their song   of  gladness, with which was mingled  the  exalting hope that thus they would all  meet in coming years.   But the weeks  have passed rapidly by. and Christmas  is again at the door before the   echoes  of its last rejoicings have fairly   died  upon the car.   Winter, -with its gloomy  and   rigors   indeed;   spring, with   its  sunshine and showers, its buds and , its  biossoms : summer, with   its   burning  heats; and autumn, with   its   golden  fruitage���������all have come and   gone,   so  that before we could well say  of   1897,  "It is new," it has become old. and in a  "fewuays will nave disappeared  entirely and for ever.  And so Christmas has again come  round ! Christmas ! What memories  aro awakened by the word! How the  distant and the near are., brought into  strange and striking contact! How  men's thoughts wander back over  eighteen hundred years and more,, and  in imagination yet once again stand by  the cattle ci b where was cradled in  lowliness that wondrous One, who has  been for allthese intervening centuries  sueh a power among the sons: of men,  moulding their thoughts, refining their  feelings, elevating their ambitions,  stimulating in every way their varied  energies, and awakening, as well as  retaining among their countless my-  raids, a love which many waters could  never quench, which for multitudes,  has turned prisons into vestibules of  heaven, made tortures welcome, and  death itself, even in its most repulsive  form, a"i humble servant���������nay. an  obedient s'ave, and at tlie same time  a most welcome friend. , ���������  Birthday celebrations all over the  world and in all ages there have been  many, and these varied beyond estimate in character -and concomitants.  But which-of them was ever like this  celebration to which Christmas calls ?  Which of them had ever sueh variety  in its details and yet such enthusiasm  and sameness in its essential facts ? A  few years at most have been sufficient  to make any other birthday celebration  become obsolete and disappear. Who  ean now tell when William the Fourth  was born ? Who cares when our fathers  you may. It stands solitary and alone  amid ali thu birthday festivals that  earth has ever seen. Alexander's,  Cajsar's, Charlemagne's, Napoleon's  birthdays ! What of them all ? Who  cares ? Though the dust of all these  men pent to form the bung of a beer  barrel or to nourish a thistle, who  could mind ? Their names once made  the world grow pale. Even the moral  they now teach is but poor and small.  The human tools thev cast away by  thousands in order to nave their way  to what, at beet, was but a dream, perhaps over them, certainly followed  them, and no doubt died at their command But who cares for them to-day?  Who would shed a drop of blood - for  their honor? Who ������would spend a  cent in order to tell to .others when  their birthdavs came round ?  I.  United States Senator Chandler Arraigns His Party.  Says that   It   Courts   Destruction   if  Persists in Opposing Bimetallism.  It  Mr. E. J. Field Talks.  E. J. Field, late manager ui the Wonderful mine says :   "There is no limit  to the amount of good   to , be   accomplished by intelligent organization   on  the part of mining men such as is eon-  tcrnpl.ited by the   Northwest   Mining:  Association.   There must be complete  and hearty co-operation   between   the  mine owners and   employees,   so   that  each will feel that the benefits resulting to them  arc   commensurate   with  the outlay involved on their part.   To  be effectual such  a plan   should   embrace an efficient and hospital service,  which could   be   maintained   by   the  diversion to the association's  treasury  of the monthly payments of one dollar  which arc now  being   collected   from  the wage earner and   paid   to  outside  hospitals for service which in   many  instances   are   far   from-satisfactory.  Life and accident insurance, to bo furnished at'actunl cost to members of the  association, would follow in clue course  and an endowment fund should be   established for those  who   may   pass   a  certain age limit, and  sucn   employee  ns may be pcrrnan'Jy   disabled   while  engaged in mining.   Such an   organization can readily secure   proper   and  needed legishition for the benefit of its  members.     Legislation   could   be   reduced to a minimum and an   elfectuiil  stop placed   upon   the   absorption   of  mineral lauds by railroads   and   other  corporations."  AROUND THREE FORKS.  The   Idaho  Concentrator  Once   More.  is    Running  _^kept holiday while George; the' Third  Vas King? These old royal birthdays  ���������no doubt once'welcomed with wine  and wassail, .with thunder of, cannon,  and shoutings of throats���������rhave all  died away, into'the distance'; and have  become as insignificant" and- unknown  :&8 those of the humblest shouters who  then looked for a pot of beer to waken  ','; their Joy alty ������tn'd loosen their tongues.  But somehow or other this one birthday never grows old, and its varied  celebrations never seeiw stale. Yaried  and numerous groups-still year by year  join in the angel.*' hymn-journey in  thought with the shepherds to see . the  great sight���������the wondrous Child whose'  advent visitors from the unseen had s������  strangly heralded, and to- bow, with  Magi, before this lordly shrine,:  All a rii/th ! Say you ?���������' If so it is a  mvth the mightiest-parallel of or even  Becorid to which the world has never  aeon one, and is never likely to' see.  Humblest .of  peasants,   proudest  of  ������. monarchs, wisest of sages, simplest of  ?^iges, simplest of children, the rude  and the refined,  the   tyrant   and- his  / drudge, the states man and his toof,  they who;held the plough and he who  ruled the harvest, the smitten and the  sniiter, the pure hearted girl in maiden  meditation fancy free, as well as the  most abject and forlorn wreck of womanhood, in city streets and country  quiet, the grief-laden and the glad,  the child of luxury, and the homeless  outcast, the honored and the despised,  the monarch on .his. throne and the  beggar on the'dunghill, gray hairs and  golden trease-, man in. all the heydey  of his glorous summer and.man bowed  down and bent by hoary old women of  all ages, of all ranks, and of all tongues,  lisping childhood and stammering tottering age, all, each, in his and her  own way with more cr less intelligence  and emotion, turning aside to behold  this great sight and wondering when  not adoring as they 'caught and catch  echo of the hymn that is old yet ever  new, "Glory to God in the Highest and  on earth-Peace."  Look at it,think of it, explain as best  Ernest Harrop came down from  Thre Forks a few days ago en route  for Ainsworth and ISelson on business.  Speaking to a Kootenaian man he said:  ���������'Tlie mining business in the vicinity  of Three Forks is looking very well.  We are not forking the Monitor at  present but on the'adjoining claim the  Hustler Fraction, we are doing considerable work and have already shipped  five cars of ore from it so far. this season. :��������� '; - '������������������ ������������������''���������'���������  ,, Mr. Geo. Petty is in the 'Boundary  district at present. developing a gold  property, the Surprise. ' It has a ledge  nearly three feet wide and averages  about twenty dollars to the ton. A  wagon .road has been completed to the  property which will -'.begin shipping  soon, as they have considerable ore insight. - ; '". '���������'������������������'-..."  ' The Idaho and Alamo concentrator  has been repaired and. is now working  on some fine ore .which.they are taking  out: On the whole I believe the camp  is looking hotter than ever and more  ore' is being taken'.out now than last  season, though fewer prospects are  being developed this year than last.���������  Kootenian. '  A Misunderstanding.  There seems to be a misunderstanding in regard lo thc.suit of the shareholders of the Sunset company against  the company.apd R. E. Lemon. There  is no chiirge of fraud made against'Mr.  Lemon and tha suit seems to be wholly  a civil one to determine the rights of  tlie respective parties. It seems that  a one-half interest was forfeited by the  company by its failing to take lip tlie  bond and this was not secured by Mr.  Lemon,, but by other parties, with  whom Lemon had no connection. At  present the secretary of the company  is said to hold u half interest.  YELLOW SKIN AND EYES.    ".  Biliousness causes yellow skin and  eyes, tired, weary, sluggish feeling, etc.  Burdock Blood Bitters cleanses the  blood and regulates the liver, curing  all its diseases: "From a child I. suffered from biliousness and headache,  and all the money I spent for-medicine  brought me no relief.. Four bottles of  B.B; B. cured me completely, however,  and I gladly recommend it."  Mas. W. Colemak,  Toronto,. Ont.  United States Senator W. E. Chanel  ler of New Hampshire, one of the few  leading members of the Republican  party, who persists in taking seriously  the party platform pledges, professing  friendship to bi-metallism, has written  a letter to the Washing (D. C.) Post.  The letter was drawn out by a discussion arising over a hill sought to be  introduced by Secretary of the Treasury Gage, in which Gage threatened  that if a silver congress Bhould be elected in 1898 and puss a free coinnge  measure, President Mckinlej would  veto it. The letter is in part as lol-  lows :  "If the secretary of tjie treasury and  his gold standard associates will   cease  their demand for impossible   currency  legishition, congress will pass the ,ncc-  cessary appropriation   bills,   probably  take care of Hawaii  and  Cuba,   there  will not be a serious party division during the session, and there  will   bo   an  adjournment.   If Secretary  Gage continues to press  upon  congress, a   bill  the object of which he Bays is   first   to  commit the country   more  thoroughly  to the gold standard and the immediate  result of whicn is to throw doubts  upon the sincerity of the Presidents   declarations in favor of continued efforts  to secure bi-metallism, a political turmoil will arise in congress which   will  split the now united republican " party  into fragments while it will unite and  consolidate the now incongruous   opposition.     It is not feasible   to   retire  the greenb tcks,   and   there   is   more  probability that a hill will be sent   to  the president to increase theiramount.  It is not possible to secure the passage  through either house of a bill   making  the greenbacks into gold notes or authorizing bonds payable in gold.   The effort to do either will   probnbly   result  in the passage ofa bill for the redemption of the greenbacks in silver dollars  and for the   payment tof  all   United  States bonds in trold or silver .coin,  in  the discretion  ol  tho.   president, -who  wilf^bc commanded to exercise his option for the advantage of   the   government, and not for the advantage of the  creditors.  "With such an  uproar   in   congress  as these proceedings will create,  with  certain congressmen  embroiled  therein, with presidential vetoes as   threatened by Secretary  Gage  under   angry  discussion, it,\vill happen that otU business enterprises and bonds  and stocks  will be disturbed, priceB will   fall,   insolvencies will increase and the republicans will lose the congressional   elections of 1898 as disastrously   as   they  did in 1890, and beyond the hope  of a  favorable reaction in 1900,   at' which  time, therefore,-a   Bryan' democratic  president and congress will be chosen;  '..."���������Whether we arts to have one of these  results, political safety, or   the   other,  political destruction,- depends ^entirely  Hpon the course to be pursued by   Secretary Gage and those who are pressing  him forward, .namely :   The gold standard league of New York and the self-  constituted monetary conference. How  much Secretary Gage cares for tho   republican party is not known. Whether  President MeKinley. whose professions  of good faith towards bi-metallism  are  coming to a test, will  stop   his   secretary, is not known.   It is to be  hoped  ho will.   But no political situation has  been clearer than the present one is lo-  sound eyes, since the republican party  began its marvelous career of 42  years  ago.   There are times' for   all   things.  There is a time to move and a time   to  keep still, and now  iy   the   time      to  move.   It is simply absurd for the republican party   in   this   congress   to  affirmatively open'discussion'   ot   the  question and bring a yea and  no   vote  on currency legislation.   We ought to  await   the   progress   of  international  bi-inetallism, the, advent' of  business  prosperity and the filling of the treasury  by     the    normal workings,   soon   to  be seen, of the new thrill" law.     Shall  wc'wait for .these things or rush on  to  self-destruction?   President MeKinley  must decide    Will he act for his  people or for his   plutocrats?     Upon, his  answer will depend tho'events of 1898.  WriiJE. Chandler.  Washington,!). C. Dec. 18,1897.  Jap King and Ben Anderson, who occupied one of the adjoining tents that  wi-nt to make up the canvas town.  Tlie principle dish was plum duff, but,  while both gentlemen were willing fo  admit that it was good, neither was  ready to assert positively what it was  made of. They were certain that there  were no plums in the camp but knew  thut there were plenty of beans, and it  was the general practice to substitute  the latter for anything of which they  happened to be short. However, it  was good, and they were ready to pronounce their first Christmas dinner in  the Slocan u success.  George Henderson said that he had  a very distinct recollection of, his first  Christmas dinner in the Slocan He  wii6 a member of the Carpenter creek  part*���������, which was joined late in December of'91, by old Joe Montgomery.  Among tlie delicacies in Joe's outfit of  grub which he hud prevented from  freezing was a half sack of potatoes,  and Mr Henderson succeeded in panhandling the old man out of two of  these. He declared that he never  tasteil any thing so delicious in his life  and he would not have swapped them  for the finest pluin pudding that was  ever made-.���������Slocan Pioneer.  1  A Verdict of  Exposure  Borene.  Implicating  The following 'letter and challenge  have been sent to the Kaslo Curling  Club by Secretary Fallows on behalf  of tho Sandon Curling Club. The  challenge has been accepted and a  date will bo arranged as early as possible.  ' Sandon, B. C, Dec. 20th, 1897.  The Secretary, Curling Club, Kaslo,  B.C., Dear Sir:���������Our Patron Mr.TIewitt  Bostock, M. P. h.is presented a handsome silver cup to tho club on the following conditions:  -I.   Th-titis   open   to   all   Curling  Clulis in the Kootenay.  2. That it is to be competed for in  Sandon only.  We have very much pleasure in giving your club a cordial invitation to  visitSandon and compete for the same.  We shall bo glad therefore to have  as early "a reply as possible stating  when it is'convenicut for you to come  so that arrangements may be made for  a match between all clubs  concerned.  We may say.that we have   built   a  new rink this year and for a   fortnight  or more have had splendid   ice   which  is likely to continue for the winter.  Yours truly,  W. Fallows, Secretary.  ������  Wm.  Curliun Notes.  The interest in the  "roaring"   game  continues unabated.   The regular rink  contests have taken place as scheduled  notwithstanding    the   attractions   of  other holiday festivities. '  A special, game during the week  between former CaJgary players with  Jus; Waugh,district umpire as skip  and A. E. Hall, /who championed a  Sandon rink clear ol many a treacherous rock, resulting in- Waugh, with  that "winning" way of his, leading at  the 12th end by one ��������� point. Score,  Waugh'9 and Hall 8. , Someone present remarked, "Waugh was the mak  ing of a fine player."  ,  In our last issue we made a brief  refen nee to the death of Albert Ash-  toh on the ICth of December on the  K and S. R. and the finding of a jury  at Kaslo implicating Charles Borene  of Whitewater, as an accessory resulting from a scuffle. A post mortem  was made by Dr. Hartin who found  nothing to show that any serious injury had been iuflieted by Borene, and  yet the jury brought in a verdict as  follows :  Wc, the jury, lind that Albert Ash-  ton came to his death through exposure, aggravated by an assault on his  person by Chap Borene, at or near the  Victoria Hotel, Whitewater, in the  County of Kootenay, B. C, on Thursday ever ing, the 10th day of December, 1S9G.  This, *if course, led (o the arrest of  Borene fur manslaughter. We aro  aware that in their day and generation  Coroners' juries are intelligent, but  how ''exposure" could he "aggravated  by an assault" is something beyond  the comprehension of the heathen gods  to say nothing of frail humanity. If  it was exposure that occasioned the  man's death, the deadman could have  averted it by going under shelter somewhere. If they felt death was the rc-  s'Ut of injuries received at the hand of  Borene, though in conlliot with the  Doctor's, finding, they should have  put the matter that way.  As it is, it is "oxpoaure" that should  have been arrested instuad of Borene  for allowing itself to be "'aggravated"  either by an assault or by anything else.  Mr. Grimmett was called down to eon-  duct;the defence;.and doubtless after  the disposal of the charge against  Borene, ho will receive a retainer to  take up the defenee of cither Mr. Exposure or Mr. Aggravated Assault.  BOKENK HONOHAW.Y ACQUITTED.  The preliminary hearing of Charles  Borene of Whitewater, charged with  killing Albert Ash ton on the 16th of  December took place at Kaslo this  week. A large number of witnesses  was called by the crown, including the  physician who made the post mortem  examination. After the case for tho  crown was closed, Mr. M. L. Grimmett,  of Sandon, addressed the court on behalf of the prisoner, contending that  no case had been made out by the  crown and that in no way directly or  indirectly was the prisoner responsible  for Ashton's death but that death was  caused by exposure. The Magistrate  fully concurred in this contention and  without calling on the prisoner for his  defence dismissed tlie case, at the  same time stating that Kelleghan the  chief witness for the crown was apparently prepared to swear to anything.  Kelleghan is tho man who started . fo  walk to Kaslo with Ash ton when the  latter-was'frozen tr������ death and who apparently deserted him. It will be  gratifying'to Borenc's friends to hear  thai, he was honorably acquitted of the  crime with which he was charged.  Whitewater and other paying mines.  Even in 1897 the Slocan shipments will  considerably exceed the output of the  Yukon���������which can not be reckoned at  more than S3,500.000 to date, whilst in  1898 the Sloean's production will again  advance by leaps and bounds. Now,  i oo, it is being found that there is considerable gold as well as silver in certain Slocan districts, notably those on  Lemon creek.���������B. C. Mining Critic.  I  The Union S. S. Gave the Children-  a Treat  With Scissors and Pen.  The Stranger at the head of Jackson  Basin entered the list of skippers last  week sending down ono car of ore.  The annual meeting of the British  Columbia Association of Mining Engineers will bo held in Vancouver on  January 2d, and -will bp -<ccompanied  by a banquet which the prominent  mining men of the district are expected to attend.  The Alberta mineral claim, situated  on Springer creek, near the famous  Howard Fraction property, can no* bt  classed among the shipping mines  tributary to Sloean City, and it now  looks as though the Alberta would  prove to be equally as valuable as the  former named mine.  Mr. Sanford came down from the  Oameronian mine on Saturday, where  he has been working for some time.  He speaks highly of the prospects of  the mine. Rawhiding began last  week, and a car will be shipped to the  Nelson smelter without delay. He  sajs that 35 feet ' from the,mouth of  tunnel they are putting in a crosscut  to strike the foot wall and learn the  tull width of their lead. He is confident that in a lower tunnel they will  strike evon a richer ore tha. 'hey find  in their present opt.-oi-innc  To Help the Klondykers.  On Tue?-lay evening the Methodist  church had, undoubtedly, the largest  crowd ever within its walls, many having to stand, which was very encouraging to the promoters of the entailment. The church was very prettily  decorated with eyergreen arches, mottoes, etc., and with the large platform  erected for ' the children's exercises,  gave the building a holiday appearance ; but the greatest rttraction to, at  least the little people, was the heavily  laden Xmas tree.  Although the children's parts on tha  programme were hurriedly gotten up  they acquitted  themselves creditably,  giving evidence of much latent talent  among our youth.   We have not space  to mention each part in detail, but the  decided hit made by Master Tom and  Miss Elva McMartin, two little tots, in  their song   calls fer special mention.  They were   loudly encored   to which  they responded latter in the evening.  Master Russell Hawke, too.   gave the-  audience much amusement by his coy  manner and mimicry,   though failing  to give his recitation.    Master Clyde  White in his speech   gave promise of  future   oratory.      Another    pleasing  feature was the singing of the   union  choir   under  the able directorship of  Mr. Fallows.   This was the  first time  a Sandon audience   was favored by  a  strong chorus of local singers���������union  is strength.    The voluntary  by   Mrs.  Ardery, Messrs. Griffith  and   B. Cl;fle -  was well received.  Mr. G. VV. -SrimipeM --Jyeiitiubuufcuv  took the jilai'r and opened  the following programme:  ^.'Voluntary���������Mrs. Ardery, Messrs. Griffith and Cliffe.  Scripture Reading Mr. Sanford'  Prayer : Mr. Cleland -  Speech Master Clyde White  Recitation Master Clarence Smith   Miss Violet Jones  Anthem Choir  Recitation Miss Emily Jo'ies  "  -     ���������' Master Guy Baxter  "  Miss Goldie Warner  Duet���������Master Tom and Miss ElYa McMartin.  Washington, D. C, Dec. 28.���������The expected conference between Secretary  Alger and Hon. Clifford Sifton, did not  take place to-day. Secretary Alger had  overestimated his strength and found  that he had not sufficiently recovered  to" undertake the work of arranging the  details for the reiicf expeditions. The  Canadian visitor is to remainin^'JVasbi-  ington for a few days, howcyeryso that  the conference is merely postponed'jor  a short time.   Capt. Brainani.haB beetrXS,���������,..���������, ,r ,   n      .  ..  ,,.,,. ,      ..    J     vjjife* Quartette Male Quartette  authorized to issue  > dvertisemantff'Hns''ir>:  ������������������ ,. ���������,.    _,_,  TT    ,  ^ Jtacitation Miss Edith Hawke  * ���������!  ''  Miss Gertie LaFavoure  .jSong   Myrtle Nichells  Song���������Russell Hawke, Clarence Smith  !   >' Edith Hawke, Lottie Olsen.  the supplies that are to  the"relief expeditions.  be carried' "toy*-  L.I*  tin  ijtar Exercise Children  "pcitation: Russell Hawke  Again Victorious.  The School'Dance.  The Pioneers' Christmas Dinner.  William McKinnon, ��������� of Silverton,  who was in the city this week, discus-  cusing his first Christmas in the Slocan with Neil Gcthing, both of whom,  with George Anderson, were members  of the party that camped on Carpenter  creek during the winter of '9l-'92.  They  took dinner with Geoige Long,  The School dance on Wednesday  night was one of the most successful  entertainments ever given in.the place.  Nothing during the evening occurred  to mar the pleasure ' of any  one present.. ��������� In. fact, all tho  attendants enjoyed themselves in  genuine home style. It was also a  huge "''success financially as it nets  about ������100 over all expenses. Too  much credit cannot be given to Miss  Skinner for thtfsuccess of the entertainment. Sho began it herself and  engineered most of the details. All  vote it one of the most satisfactory  assemblies of the season.  The Mounted Police.  Ottawa. Out., Dec. 28.���������When the  second draft of 10 men is taken from  the Mounted Police the force of the  Northwest Territories will number  approximataly 475 men. It will probably be raised to 500 men and left at that.  It has been found that anumber of the  the best men of the force have thrown  up their commissions as a result of the  threat to reduce the force, coupled with  trie inducement to embark upon the  gold hunt in the Klondyke region.  HACKING COUGH CURED.  ��������� GEKTLKMEH-My brother was troubled  with a. very bad hacking cough, but  after using . three bot les of Norway  Pine Syrup he, was completely, cured.  I cannot recommend it too highly.  Miss M.-Bradshaw,  Wesleyville, Ont.  The Reco mine has been unearthing  a specially pleasing find for the last  two weeks at a depth of 1,000 feet in  No. 4 tunnel. It is a lead of ruby silver, about two feet in width. The. ore  is worth,from 75 cents to 51 per pound  at the-present price of silver. Yesterday the company had a specimen o*  some 50 pounds they were sending to  Montreal'with". Mr, Ribblett's collection.  This mine is now shipping twelve  tons'a day which places it fourth on  the list in the Slocan.  The pleasing feature of this mine is  that as depth i������ driven wewlth increases, which is a marked characteristic of all the established iniivs in  thin section. This lind of tho Reco  wealth ana volume considered is the'  best the mine.has ever turned out by a  considerable percentage.  As was anticipated our hockey boyis,  wallopped the Nelsonites on thyEJpj(vp:  dump on Christmas day, after������a������($cyj'  closely contested match. SoitieKgood;  individual playing was . madefy.itixe':  Nelsonites but when it came to team  playing they were too light; for|||h^;;pp-''  casion. The score was 6 to 5ji;|^e,  learn the treatment of our boysf^hilo-  playing was not of the most cc%t������pii8:  character���������in fact it, was in ftrptigj  contrast with the usuage the NelsOif  boys received here. .' After the 'matchl  however, the, Nelsonites treatedyvtne:  visitors right, royally���������in fact fiheyi  gave them, in diplomatic languag'ey'  the freedom of the city.  Recitation Sammy Nicholls  Christmas Class Children  Recitation Lottie Olsen  Address.......................Superintendent  Santa Claus--Distributing presents and  \������|^andies to the children and other  rpll'favored" ones. -  ^Collections for  the evening $18.60..  The.singing of the doxology brought a  pleasant evening ta a dose.  <<f?i������5i ��������� '���������������������������  .   ���������   ltmt- \   ?^5iiS:       ���������;-���������'.- .:.   '  ||������|[INING RECORDS.  i|������f&������j. ���������.' -' '  ���������'    '-  ���������K;^������...:; ���������������������������-,       , -  i"f.iSRecorded at New Denver.  \-i,  ASSESSMENTS.  Projected B. C. Railways.'  Better Than Klondyke.  The Sloean's silver will in the aggregate yield far better than the hardly  gotten gold.of Klondyke,- a d in the  end-the Kootenay silver district will���������  as, indeed, it now does���������far surpass the  productive value of the Yukon. Already ariiongst other mines of this  great silver country there are- the  Payne, yielding dividends of nearly  $100,000 a month, and the Ruth, reported to be,paying out profits of nearly $50,000 a month, whilst the Reco  has just declared a dividend of $100,-  000, and the Idaho another of $30,000.  In addition to; which  there are   the  Kailway bills promise to occupy a  very considerable portion of the time  of the legislature at its next session,  says the Victoria Colonist, about  twenty projected roads having already  published notices of their applications.  As would naturally be expected, the  golden northJand is the scene of operations selected by these companies, to  which severul additions have been  made this week. The Gazette contains'  tlie following four new notices, all applied for by H. E. A. Robertson :  ���������Eor a companv to construct a railway from Rossland to Robson.  For a company to construct a railway from Fort Sttel to the International bound iryJ  For a company to construct a railway from the Skeena river to the eastern boundary of the province.  For a company to construct a railway from Teslih lake to the coast of  British Columbia.  Dec 22���������Gentle Annie, Century- Fraction,  Iteliatfee, EUihar Fraction.  Dec27���������Yuma Fraction, Aurora NTo2,Aurora Fraction, Bostock No 2.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Dec27���������Yuma Fraction, Aurora Xo 2, Aurora Fraction, Suburban I<'r!������otion, Wyomlnr,  Yuma, Night-Hawk Fraction.  ...  .TRANSFERS.  Dec 23���������Tiptop, Mnggle and Nellie, bll  lnterestof AnthonyDlUcGinty talcm 1r execution bysherltT.  Golden Cup {. Archie A-McDonald to A T T  R Ulackwood. Oct 11.  Dec 28���������Home Run J, N K Franklin to Chss  W .Greenlee, Oct 11, $5.  Same, Harold Scions to same, Oct ,10.  Kiriily F.dtth Fraction, Iron Clad, Eagle and  Eagle Fraction 1-5each, and Emily Edith !,  Patrick Dalp.to Mary E Ranimelweyor.aeree-  mont to sell for $2,500, Nov 3.  Silver Standard. Giant, Emily Edith, V H  K, Jae Howes to Mary E Ramnielmeyer.agi-ee-  ment lo sell all Interest for $2,509, Nov 3.  Dorothy, A U Railton to tha Ruth No 2 Mining Co. Dec 23, $5,000.  , Jo Jo, Alioo Trenery to \Vm Hunter, Doc 28 .  Recorded at Slocan City.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following is a list of or������ shipr  hient-8 over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending Dec. 30:  MINE. TONS.  Payne 400  Ruth HO  Reco.. .'..:!   20  Last Chance ";...........  60  TRANSFERS.  Dee 17���������Jenny Long i, Mary McKay to AT  R Blackwood.  Scotia, Wm Wilcox to Wra'Ciaugh.  ,      !  Dec 21���������Kmpresg Fraction   i.  Alma Kirk  wood to R J Kirkwood.  ���������   Dec 23���������Sundown Fraction l-6,HerbertBunt-  tng an* Wm Scott to Wm White.  lSEVERE headache cured.  Deak Sim���������Being troubled with a  severe h adache, I was advised by a  friend to try Laxa-Liver Pills. I only  used half a bottle, and have not since  suffered from the complaint. They  seem to be a perfect cure.  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",,, . .f.T." . ��������� "V i     j".-, . ���������  ���������������" -  ���������   vr.'1..  ������*���������.������������������'.    ..r v   ,.     ��������� ���������-, ���������     '      ������*,-������������������ ���������_ -    ���������    - ->"i ���������  ��������� v- ---     - ���������%   *i - -, ��������� ���������.  -.- "w.i.    ���������j"   .    :-���������.���������"       -   .. -',-..- i,-   l ��������� ',,,1    : ���������    '   . ���������:    , frjffi?&!sSrMf^<&&<e&**f&'i ��������� <    i    b    - 2.  THE MIMNG REVIEvy.  :SATUl^AY,;rJA^^  Thefflming Review  iANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATU- D AY^;ri;sJANUARY 1,1 S9S.  Sub".' i-'TtTioN $2.00 Per Year  ,"''������������������/       .-'���������'   Strictly'in Advance.  .; our- REsbuRQEs. - ::  \ Mr.,������athbone,;a mining engineer  whatfia:������hail :anjex?ended experience  in .'many mining  countries,   and  who  : was-through this'country, within the  . paSt'-yeaf, ; gives some valuable suggestions to the English press, on'his  ,; return to his native country, England.  He says Canada, and especially this  portion of-it, is rich in minerals, but  the^people  are; riot', taking'-die, .best  ,:��������� means.pf'developing their resources,.  As'.the'Canadians are essentially an'  agricultural; community they did not  give the early attention to mining they  ! might; have given consequently , the  American people took the lead arid  developed' home mines   before'-much.  ,,was,'done-in Canada.    As a result experienced   miners  and   capital,   after  ' being employed at home ; for a length  '.. ol time, crossed the boundary and be-  gan!'operations here.'" This,' he thinks,  ������������������''should'''hot be.  ' Our capital,   at least,  ���������������������������; should come from the mother .country,  ������ biit/the . grabbing, propensities ot the  : mine.owncrsiin this province are operating ;against us.; 'As soon   as  a   few  ','; feet of shaft'is dug or a few ie'etr of  tunnel driveoTthe owners  have a riiil-  ;;; lion 'dollar' mine, arid: will not' sell; for'  lessV ,This is asking the capitalist arid  'purcha.serll,9itake.all the risk. ; If'., the  . owners.would take   reasonable remuneration-, for.the..work'done-'arid, agree  . to :accept a   l esonable;- percentage   of  .the' profits, if any, as'the-work went/on  the purchaser 'to supply the, necessary  ' ''developing capital, ..it would.be  much  /easier to,get pieans,in the old'country,  to.work, the mines of this province.  He is perfectly right in this."������'--'if; a  claim" owner gets';';''g!fti'-'i^jnient for  any work ' he:! may have done on "iik.  embryo mine, he is nothing out but  something ahead, and,-after,- he looses,  nothing,,.if-:his. prospect; turns out unfortunate:, as the new man puts in the'  operating capital. - If- the mine turns  out well begets return"' from what he  has not invested,' and he should not  grudge : an .outsider- to .-get  somethint,  '  for money.sunk.-;; ;;..' - .. ' :  :Mr.,'R'athbone  also   has  the   good  .'��������� judgement to' recommend the'Koo-?  tenay-country- in   preference   to   the  'Every authority agrees that beyond  the. value of the mines there i������ nothing  in the "whole area worth' speaking  about.'' Some- better .information  then.as to' the extent and wealth of  these .'mines, than is at present at hand,  should be secured before any considerable, expenditures are made. As  it is* tlie mines are pretty well, monopolized: by foreigners, and trie absurdity  Of the Canadian, government,placing  a debt on tlie heads of the, Canadian  people to .enable a few foreigners\ to  make wealth'in our icy domains must  appear on ���������the#surface. By all-mean's  let the government learn what there is  to this'Klondyke cry before the- Canadian people are further taxed to promote it...   '���������-\   '-.-.���������  Dining With  the Queen.  -at least,���������dead  Klo!  >iu  ce   for' reasons' we ".have" fre'-j  que'ritly advanced���������that   there  is per.T:.  , feet gafety .of. .life "and property here, a  good,climate and all   the other necessities, for-comfortable living   and prof-  itablebusiriessoperatibrts. >  We siricercely hope that the report  that seems' to be gaining currency, that  it is theI "intention'of the' FedeiaT government to" create'.Mr. Bostock ..a minister of mines, will never materialise.  We;have no objection to Mr. Bostock  : being'a! minister, and there certainly-is:  more need of a minister of mines 'than  than there is ofa Secretary of State or  a Comptroller of Customs or Inland  revenue ;~ 'but -what "we do object to  and most strenoush/Js an unnecessary  increase of $7,000 a year in ourj.already most grievous'governnientalbur-1  dens. Mr.' Bostock is as capable a a|;th.Q.|ime. the, .Armadii  man as several1; who are now in the  , cabinet^ 'or some of those in the pre-  ��������� vious cabinet, but that does not mend  the matter. We have'just., twenty-five'  times "the 'cabinet' represeritatior   the  ���������United: States' have,' arid many times  that   of   Great~;Brit?i;Y 'after   whose  .pattern our"cabinet is supposed to be  modeled"/' .but: we' :have .more' lime-  -. servers  and shysters  in Canada  than  there are   in either of the' other  two  countries.named, and this explains the  milk in the epeoanut.    It is high time  the   body, politic; of .Canada  rose  in  their might  and taught   some of their  political time-servers  a lesson.    They  elect a baker's dozen yclept a cabinet,  and. that cabinet in office   think  they  have nothing   to do   but play   shuttlecock and battle dore with the finances  without sayihg-'to the electors' by your  leave.    The cause-of all   this is   that  curse partizanship that runs so high in  the ,, Canadian-people  as  to   threaten  the   financial   (ruin   of  the   country.  Here we have a net public debt, Federally,, of close on to.$275,000,000 on  5,000,000 people or'$55 per head of  our population,, and the people  never  qusstiori '.any attempt, of the.  political  demigods, to increase it at. will.   -We  repeat' that it is time to call a halt.  Christmas suggests good dinners, and  by an easy stretch of the imagination  the mind can .travel..to..Windsor castle  arid the pomp and circumstance of  dinners there. It may "interest -��������� sb e  to know.''the way of it"���������just in case  you,should be invited to dine with Her  Gracious Majesty.   .  An invitation is practically a command. -It is us necessary to go. as it is  to return your partners le id of trumps  at whist., Death alone-.excuses. Buti  to the seat.of Royalty,  men are not invited.  .., Having rluty accepted',- you are  ''dead-headed'.' theie by special car, on  liy special train, if there are'mahy pi'  you, and, duly arrived, there' arespec-  iai��������� attendants detailed off .for every,  giies'ti A. quiet hint is given, by the  Way. that,, punctuality' must be, observed, and in fact,:, the , guest trains  are-run-hours ..too soon; so that .they  inay-'.escape trouble. -."/ ,  l ��������� Guests remain in their rooms- at the  castle'until notified by an ofliciii] that'  it is time to'repair tu tlie dining'room.  I'll ere they'; are properly introduced to  the persou thoy are to-go in with' and  posted as to their proper place at the  table.        , ������������������"   ,.-.'.. ���������;���������''���������  ;,'",  ���������j Then the doors of the adjoining room  rethrown back and the Queen is seen,  seated upon'- one of the.'-gilded' chairs  that arc a feature of the, c.-ist-le's furn'-'  ishi'-"-.- '''lit- guests' file past' her-,in'  ���������ijiler of precedence, arc introduced,  '/iss her, gloved hand, and presently  ro'ceed to tliedinihg room. -,   ���������  ;'Here thev remain standing'behind  ���������heir chairs, until the Queen enters on-  ���������he. arm of* one of the princes" or of a  ���������Aaid-of-honor.. She, always dresses  iitber iniblack with white gloves,or in  ;ray,'wkh . black gloves, and carries :������������������  ;old:headed ebony cane. /'She.gen'eral-  3',is'waited upon. by. two East Indian  ieryants..' in gorgeous "native, attire.  Ser-seat is at a small  separate  table,  (,     ~Lr(.      -,. :���������; I, ���������;[ ��������� l , '  .lomctimes^wit-hout, .'a'cbmpanioni but  renerally.Avith.oi-ie of. her .own family.  1 arelyv.she.asks a special guest to join  leX:^:':/'"^;: .-:.-'.    . .'.-',  ���������An: elaborate ten' or twelve course  ("jnner.iB served to the guests, but Her  ?Iajesty dines as simply as he average  sibject .;of.:iimited''means can do,���������  snip,, fish,' a,,.roast.and some simple  cesert.-; She slips away long before her  quests are ��������� alf-wifi.y "through, and is  'smietimes seen again in the drawing  r)om if-there, is a programme of music  I'>r-her guests after dinner.  Like ourselves,  when we   i'ere child-  r;n::we must "speak only when we arc  s3oke.ii'to"    at least so far as our con-  v:raation with Royal y is ebneerned. '���������  But revenous a. nos moi-itons !   The,  tible"service is   tho famous gold  set  l'n'.t.G.ps";. George IV   a few millions of  3liarsi>; The entire plate  at - Windsor  Qastle-w said, to-be wortii *-10,000,000.���������  Is.enough,'twill do!.  ..'--,"���������:,.  Tlie-decorations include   two great  )ld ,;and bejewelled, flagons, captured  1   was, annihi-  b.'fed, a $35,000 wine cooler, an extravagance of George IV,^a tiger's head,of  gold  with  eyes of rubies-and teeth of  ,diiinonds,:and a great peacock of gold  and precious  jewels, given   to   Queen  V-ctoria by.  Indian pote-.-tates.   And  then there are the boar's head and the  great baron of beef, if it be Christmas,  ���������famous royal dishes for generations.  The etiquette   as  to dress  must be  particularly' observed���������knee  breeches  for men, gowns of 1 special des gn"for  the ladies, and so forth.  .And finally you arc expected to accept the Queen's hospitality for the  nig .1, so you "don't go .homo till  morning."���������Free Press.  tioned Mc>Taughtoh and two. or three  c-i mpanioHs decided to gO deer -hunting along the line of the ?locan branch  oi' the Canadian Pacific Railway. They  fi'-eordingly equipped;'tiieiii.selves,. with  rifle's and had been .out ,'only'- a short,  ���������time when tlie.accidentoccurred.' Mc-'  -Iv.iughton in 11 v'ery careless' manner  wm? using his gun as a "walking stick,  'Ihe butt .of it resting on : the ground;  ] :i cliinhingover a; wind fall he forcibly  ,1 i.iced the butt of the giui on th of alien  1 we;to steady himself ns.: ho climbed.  ���������The/gun was discharged and the hall  t nterecl his mouth, coming out at the  l,-,ick of his head. When his com-:  I'-ihions roached-hiin ho-'was dead.. The  jiry rendered 0-.verdict in a'ccoritance  with the facts .'stated: ,:: : '������������������  ' ..McNaiigli'ton was an . axiiian in  Jolly's wood camp about 10-miles up'  the Slocan river.���������Nelson Miner.,  y;:2Q:r:F>RIZE3.  :       HO v TO BE BEAUTIFUL.    ,  ;-. To.be'lieauti ul . we.most have pure  blood ahd'a. clear skin:. Burdoc :��������� Blood  Bitters purifies , tho blood and makes  theski-'i bright -and clear. -It cures all  skin and'blood diseases.', Witness th'  folJoivin'g :' "I Had' scroful.ii oh my: fa,cc  for some time, and could ee.t no relief  until.I.tried B.B.B.- One bottle healed  me and left ho scars. It'is thegreat.es!  blootl purifier, in-existence." , -  -,',-   jMahyC.' Bunny-,-, -:  ���������     ���������'���������' , Toronto, ,Ont.  EXPERIENCE..;:'  : Many have'tried for years to discover a  remecly suitable to. their own case for the.  Constipation, Biliousness, Indigestion,,  Headache, Kidney, and Liver Complaints  arising from Poor Digestion, Weak Stomach,  and Disordered Liver. o\ .       ,.,.-',..  ���������. To these we say: ���������; try the new medicine���������  1st tPrize  ^ind.Prize  3rd'Prize ";���������  "2-Prizes of ,  "5 Prizes of,  ToPrizes of  ���������:$2o6     ...       ���������  'rpo   ���������"'  ;\s'o': ' ,'���������"  ;.'.".2 5' teach.  .:'���������,. 10 each  '������������������,',''  5 each  $200  .100,'  .-'' S.o"  ','���������50':.  =      50-  '-    59,-  ;'$5������P  -Tothe Twenty people wlio", solve this puzzle, if there'are 'po many correct,' we  will give,'the above. Prizes, IN GASH.;' ..'..'������������������������������������ "   ,",!':  ..' ".;  :.' /;:^-Send.^  If more than1 Twenty should-be correct,' ,ever>vcorrect'one;':.w'ili' (in addition  to the- Mo,ney"Prizes) be awarded our famous "Faithful Timekeeper Silver  Watch," of which the net -factory price-is; $ 1 o.-; , If preferred, the winner, can  choose .a-genuine.Gold-cased Watch, of the. same, value:,'!'���������������������������'^ ; -:.''  :"���������'  ��������� ! '\s.-this wonderfulpfler is only rriad'e to advertise' our far-famed Silver Watches,  every Competitormust read the following, conditions and comply with, them.-'   ,  --*^.  ���������*!i*-.  1&,-  ?**>  ���������*<5fc-  '-*Sk-.  ���������C^ : -������i,'  A word licre  miianlng  "Tnie to the  -���������   Time.  OurPioml  ��������� position'-.  In the Watch  Trade.  A word .which  'horn liitMihs  Uioy will lust  a lile-tlme.  The qualities  of oiir ������������������������������������������������������'    ...'..   ���������  Watches  'which, are'-..  acknowledged  to be" the.  foremost  , in the English '  and American  Markets.  '-.-' Eaa,d..wlmt people say. Ht?re it is. ���������'"���������������������������.  ..- Miss S. IiAWSoN; Moncton, N. B., says:  " They cured-me of constipation and sick  headache;"  -  Mb. H. Jastbs, St. Nicholas Hotel, Hamilton, Out., says: "They are a pleasant, sure  and quick cure for constipation, dyspepsia  and'sick'-headache.''-'. ���������,.','..'.'  - MissM. B. Hicks, South Bay, Ont.:  " Laxa-Liver Pills are excellent for sick-  headaclie, causing no pain or griping.",.  Mrs. John Tomlinson, Hamilton, Ont.:  " They are a perfect cure for even the  severest headache."  .  There, are men who  ���������imagine  that 'out-door  work'   is   a   sovereign,  cure for all ills.    They  work.like slaves at their  business,   take.. insufficient time  to rest aiid  sleep,  and  abuse  and neglect their  health   iu   every  '"way.  Then, when  they break down,  they.keep.on. just,  as before, ���������except  that in addition to  ���������t; their, iiisual work,  ,'theyg-o out every  day and   spade  a  : little in their.gardens,    or.   try   to .  imitate Sir. Glad-  8 stone  by cutting  r/"v \iS>~,   down   ' a   tree   or  &.**'���������* JT- chopping the fain-  ,  ily fire-wood.  A more  ridiculous  method of  curing a  man who is'suffering from nervous exhaustion and is threatened with nervous prostration could not be well conceived.  A man  who has overworked does not need more  work, but less work and more rest!     The  man who has lost his appetite needs something to,restore it.    The man whose nerves  are shattered needs something to toiie and  strengthen them.   Get the".nerves right and^  sound, aud refreshing sleep will follow.    A  man who sleeps well  and eats well, and  digests and assimilates  his  food will  not  remain ill.  fu cases of this kind Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery goes to1'bed rock ���������to  first causes. It creates a hearty appetite;  it makes tlie digestion and assimilation  perfect; it invigorates the liver; it purifies  the blood and fills it with the; life-giving  elements of the food. . It. builds up new  flesh, new muscle and new nerve fibres. It  is an unfailing cure for nervous exhaustion  and nervous prostration, and the best of  all medicines for overworked: men and women/ An honest druggist won't- urge an  inferior substitute 'upon you, thereby in:  suiting your intelligence.  ' It is a dealer's businessv to. sell you what  you ask for���������not what he.prefers for selfish  profit's sake to: sell. ; ' ��������� 'l - :  ���������".A man or woman who neglects constipation suffers, from slow, poisoning.. Doctor  Pierce's Pleasant- Pellets cure:' constipation. One little " Pellet'" is a gentle' laxa-.  tive, aud 'two p. mild cathartic. ��������� All medicine dt ale rs sell them.  1. .'Send your answer'on an "International Post-Card"' .which , can be  bou'ghtat the-ppstofnee (price 2 cents).  There is no . entrance fee or . charge  whatever.: ' ". '���������'.' '���������" ..':���������;  :,'2." '- In. addition, to the .Gash- Prizes,-  everyone .who'sends the: correct answer  will thereby win.one:''Of .bur .'-"Faithful  'Timekeeper". SilveriWatches which we  sell in England, for $10 each, and which  ;could.-be' sold retail in America for $15:  to $28 each.' -'":.:"- .f, ���������:";'';'-:-lV',-  ' ; 3: Every winiierVof the . Watcli. is  required: to - purchose" one -of bur  SPLENDID VALUE, .inexpensive  Sohd Silver Albert'Chainsito.wear with  the Watch, as per ours unprecedented  pfler which we will send: 'These Chains  are 'Hail-marked on every link- by-the  :English Government ; If the -same.  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Ottawa:'would hasten  slowly with ''their proposed expenditures on railways and other public  works    to   the     Klondyke   country.  Through his own.carelessness Daniel  McNaughton forfeited his life last  Saturday and was buried in Nelson last  Wednesday.  A coroner's inquest was held last  Tuesday and from the evidence sub-  mit'ed it appears that on the day men-  E. S. TOPPING  ���������trail;'-B.-c.  Has ininoa iiiul  mining stocks* lor  sule; will try to protect investors.,  LOTS FOR SALE IN  TRAIL AND DEKR PARK. .  Win examine nnd report on mines.  Twcntj-ci^ht years' experience in  mining.   (Jonics or write.  .'    Carpets, Matting, Floor    >  Cloth, Rugs, Mats.   .;- ?^v^-  mON BEDSTEADS.  Upholstered Parlor and  Dining Suites in NEWEST'  DESIGNS.- .       ;-....:v.';  couches"  LOUNGES -  EASY CHAIRS  in stock and made to order  in any design.  :   .Mattresses in curled-hair,  moss, wool and mixed. ���������  f;    D. M. ORQWLEY,       New Denver.  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"..'. ���������/,,;-,'',1,|("1.''    :--.���������<������������������-".'.,"���������>    "r ' ���������-.   -.   ���������>'.������������������������   *i ��������� . ���������-%   4?'   .���������-5.*. .-' t,-. ���������������,.-. 1    .'c  .     ^Sj^J^^^iSrvte^ ?  SATURDAY. JANUARY 1, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  Remarkable Discoveries Which Point  to" a Mighty - Battle: of Twenty  Thousand Yea;s Ago-One Hundred  - Thousand Men Slain.  "Evidences of a mighty battle between  , barbaric races contending for the possession of the mighty valley of the  Mississippi many thousand years ago,  in which;60,000 and perhaps 100,000  tany-ski'nn'pd warriors gave up their  lives, have been discovered in the Indian Territory���������that w;ijd and almost  unknown portion of the public domain  set apart for the use and benefit of the  nation's wards. The initial discovery  was made by laborers employed in  grading ��������������� roadbed, for the Kansas City,  Pittsburg J'and- Gulf Railway, a few  weeks .ago, near Badlands I. T.,;'in- the  northern part of the Choctaw Indian  reservation. They were surprised to  nnd, at a;d,epth of six or eight feet, a  ���������deposit of human bones, ancient pottery and stone weapons of -^warfare.  The road at this point ran through one  of the't'erraces'of the" Arkansas ��������� river  bottom for a considerable distance,  and as the grading progressed carloads  of human bones, most'of which crumbled when exposed to the air, and great  quantities of rude battle axes, arrow  points, long, dageerlike jnvelin points  " and pieces of pottery were unearthed.  The workmen made no effort to preserve the relics, and the real value and  extent of the prehistoric remains might  never havp heen known had not Profes;  "sor EdwinWaltera.an archaeologist and  geologist in the employ of the road,'  happened along about this time. He  recognized the importance of the find  ' and has recently made extensive excavations. By digging and sounding he  has ascertained that 30 acres, most,of  which is heavily timbered, are under;  laid with human bones. His first  theory was that he had found an'' ancient burying ground in which for  many successive generations the tribes-  ���������meii had been laid to rest, but when he  ���������picked up a skull in which 13 moss  ..agate arrow points were embedded the  ..conclusion was forced upon him, that  rhe had come upon a prehistoric battle  .ground. Further excavations revealed  .other skulls pierced with arrow points  and many skeletons - in portions of  .which arrow^pqintsr-ior, stone, javelin  ���������heads were buried. .One of jUiem. wn's  ,dug-up with a stone javelin head thrust,  -.through the spine and projecting for  several inches through the breastbone.,  Scarcely a skull has been found ��������� that  does not bear the marks of violence.  The great number of stone war implements that are being fnued confirms  Professor Walters' theory that, one,, of  the most sanguinary struggles of prehistoric tjmes occurred there.  The mystery which envelopes that  strange scene of primeval conflct may  neye'r be cleared a wav; but to the mind,  of Professor"Walters the story of that  early struggle is an open book. The  17- years he has spent, in exploring ��������� the  mounds, fortifications and buried cities  of the���������vanished races of Central and  Nor'thi America have developed facts  of surpassing interest to archaeologists. All of the prehistoric inhabi  tants of North America. Professor  Walters believes, came originally from  Central America. Thirty thousand  years ago three millions of people,  brfajking.nwii.y. from the. yast pppula-  tion'tliat'for countless centuries had  occupied central and the northern portion of South America, journeyed  inorthe/j.j5tward along the coast of the  ���������Carrihbcan Sea and Gulf of Mexico and  , -.finally overspread the Mississippi val-  '-" ��������� ley. They belonged to* the race-, of  Jilaya-Toltecs, who, as is shown by  itheir monuments and ruined cities,  'had attained a remarkably high .degree  .of civilisation for that remote period.  As the centuries passed the wanderers  Jost much of their knowledge of architecture, astronomy, chemistry, civil  engineering and sculpture, in which  . the parent race had become proficient.  Instead ot buTicfing temples'arid m'onu-  . merits,, they, became . mound builders,  ."; fitfd' their rude sti uetures are scattered  throughout the Mississippi valley  and  toejregion of   thp/J great, .lakes.     Ten  thousand years passed, during   which  ���������      InVimonnd builders lost all Of the characteristics of the   Maya  Toltec   race,  ansii when, as the- successive   waves   of-  immigration, from'the Yucatan swept  ovjer the Pacific slope'and.eastward toward tne Mississippi valley, the supremacy   of  the   mound   builders     was  threatened, they fortified their frontier  against the : incursions   of : their . new.  eheniy.   The Mayas made periodic at.  . tenlpt's t'o' wrest -the rioh" valley   from  .���������- .-.tJieitgrasp,, and .many were the fierce  ���������.,"   battles'fought^1;;.',-.:- ,7  .':       .: ,  .  . Professor Walters has found a serieg  ^"ffofU'fications" extending" north   and  .south and f.icing each other.   The first  .of the prehistoric chain   of  fortifica-  .  .  :tions that mark this one time   bloody  Rattle line.,is.1found .near Omaha, Neb.  -JTrom that point it followed   down the  /iver bfuffs to' Jpvnsas1 City,  and   from  there has been   traced   southward   almost to Mexico.     The   battle, grpund  j'unt  found in   the   Choctaw   country  ''.'���������   ;form������fl link in tbis;chain , of .fortifications, and goes far towards proving the  .correctness of Professor Walters' theories.   Here, he believes,   the   decisive-  tattle of this great   international   war  .of the primative.race was   fought."   It  is in the midst bfft'rbiigh1 roiling boun-  lis  try. The Arkansas river, broad and  deep, runs east and west at this point,  its channel being against a rocky wall  on the north bank of the river, in the  country of the Cherokecs. To the  south and left of the river are two  broad terraces covered with giant oaks,  and it is the higher of rhe two, through  which the railroad runs, which contains the prehistoric remains. Upon  this terrace can easily be traced the  rudp fortifications which were evidently the objective point of the warlike  .Maya-Toltee--.  Following the topography of- the  country in his calculations, Professor  Walters figures out that the invading  army came across the level plain lying  to the west, drrvc the outposts of the  mound builders back from th'jir settle-,  ments around the great mounds that  may still be seen at some distance west  of tkc recently discovered ha til  ground to the main fortifications oi  earthworks. Here the two great armies, each possibly numbering -250,000  engaged in a struggle that should only  cease when ono or the other had beeu  hopelessly vanquished.  .  What a terrible hand to-hand struggle it must have by en,! Every acre of  thai? "dark 'and bloody ground'1 contains the ghastly remains of from 2,000  to 3,01,0 warriors, and t-liat they died  amid a~perfect rain of arrows, javelins  and stone axes the vast number of  these death-dealing instruments unearthed bear mute' testimony. Less  than 50,000 men weie killed in the  the bloodiest battle of the cival war.  What fearful carnage must there have  heen when-between 00,000 men, armed  only with bows and arrows, javelins  and rude battle axes, went down '? Little wonder thai almost every skull is  crushed_ in with a blow from a battle  axe or pierced with arrows, whose tips  had preyiously been dipped in, poison.  The,work;of mapping the earthworks,  battlegrounds and burial places along  the groat battle line is one of the most  stupendous undertaking yet attempted  by students of American archaeology  anchethnology. Professor Waltero h.is  already given.up'many years to his  self-imposed task, and expects to have  it completed in ten years.  ALMOST UNBEARABLE."'  "I suffered from ki !ney trouble so  much'that the pain in my back was  almost unbearable and I felt tired and  worn ������ut all Ihe time, my tongue was  coated and until 11< ok Doan's Kidney  Pills I had been unable to do -ny  housework for over a month. These  pills have made a complete cure, all  my kidney and bladder troubles have  dis.ppeared and I feci like a new,  woman."  Mrs. Presley, Kingst n, v-'iit.  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at Clitre's  Bookstore :  MAGAZINE. '       PRICE.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  "   Cosmopolitan 15   "  "    Arena ,...30   "  "    Ladies''Home Journal 15' "  "    Canadian 15   "  Munscv's 15   "  FORTUNES IN PATENTS  Send a Rough Drawing in Lead Pencil of  ���������your Idea, Improvement or Invention, with  I.UOUlll.1,1,    .L'LVV.     A' A*JU..U   i      *   ILIULUJU   ALW   II{|L^U  book " How to sot a Patent." MARION &  MARION, Experts, Tcmnlo Bldg. jHon-  troal. Tho only firm of graduate engineers  in tho Dominion transact iiiR patent business  exoiusively.   Highest references'  THEY ARE NOT  ������heap  But Good.Goods  at Reasonable  McQueen, the druggist. has>  now on display a fine line of  Medicine and Toilet Sets,  Collar and Cufl Boxes, Glove  and Handkerchief Boxes.  The finest imported Perfumes, also a splendid line  of Albums, at  lira's  R.E.Palmer, B.A., Sc.  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Sandon.  Agents���������Rand & Wallbrid^e. ���������  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  ', puflic, e'ic.  Sandon,     B. C.  FINEST   CUISINE  IN KOOTENAY.  Wm. Sudiiow. Proprietor and Manager,  Fhvst-class in every particular.  Nowlv furnished.   Best Liquors.  All Smokers Like  "=-������Zr_TBgilT! 2  A Well-finish<*d Pipe, the best sample  of Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes procurable���������and JACOB KELSEN has  them. .He has -Uso the latest arrival ol  Fruits, and Billiard Tables for recrea-  linn,    Gi in him a'fa 11  Going *Bast?  IF YOU ARK,  DO NOT. FORGET  THREE IMPORTANT POINTS.  KIIIST���������Go via St. Paul because Ibe lines to  that point will JiU'ord you the very best  service.  SKCON1J���������See that llio cupon beyond Si.  Paul reads via theWlneon.sm Central because!  that line makes closo connections \riili all  the trims-conlincnlul lines entering thu  Union Depot there, and its service is firel-  oliu-s ln every purlicaliir.  THIRD���������Kor Information, call on your  neighbor and friend���������the nearest ticket, agent,  ���������and ask for a ticket reading via Ihe Wisconsin Central lines, or address  J.vs. Pond, or Oco. S. Batty,  Gen. Pas. Agt., Gencial Agent,  Milwaukee, Wis. 210 Stark SI.,  Portland, Or.  E FULLS 8  NEL80H S FORT. SHEPPARD RY.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY  THE ONLY ROUTE to TRAIL CREEK  and the mineral districts of the Colville Reservation, Nelson, ICaslo, Kootenay  Lake and Klocan points.  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,    BETWEEN  SPOKaNE.ROSSLAjSTD AND NELSON  I/EAVE AKHIVK  10.00 a.m Bossland    3.40 p.m.  S.10 turn Nelson fi.00 p.m.  8.00 a.m Spokane O.OO p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  Close connections at Nelson with steamer1*  for Kaslo and nil Kootenay lake points.  Passengers lor Kettle river ���������nd Boundary  creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  yORTHERN  |1      PACIFIC RAILWAY.  Solid Vestibule Trains.  Modern Equipment.  THROUGH : TICKETS  toTaconui,  Seattle.   Vicloiia Vancouver, Portland, and California Points.  St. Paul, St. Louis, Chicago, New  York, Boston, and ftll Points East, also  European S. S. tickets.  TIME   SCHEDULE.  No. 1. West      Depart  No. 2. East       Depart  10.55 p.m.  7.09 a.m.  and  licl  ngen.,   -,  assistant, passcuuer ul^jh, v.l,. ^*j .,������  street, corner Third, Portland. Oregon  Kaslo and Slogan  Railway.  TIflE CflRb.  Leave S.OO a.m. Kaslo      Arrive 3.50  ���������"      8.S0 " South Folk      "      8.13  "      0.3G " Spoules        "      2.15  9.51 " Whitewater      '      2.00  "     10.03 " Boar Lake       "      1.4S  "     10.1S " MoGuiKiin        "       1.33  "    10.38 " Cody Junction   "      1.12  ArrlvolO.50 " Sandon      Leave 1.00  p.m.  CODY LINE.  Leave 11.00 a.m.  "    11.20   "  Sandon j'Arrive 11 45 a.m,  Cody        Leave 11.25   "  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  ROBERT IRVING,  G. RAP. A.  GEO. F. COPELAND,  Superintendent.  For cheap Railroad-'and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  8. Campbell, Agtnt, Sandon, B. C.  ,  - 7 "soonajojoj qsoqSjH   *.<iOAjsniox<>  Bsoajsnq ^uoiiidSapoiisn'ca^uoiuuuoriOiH m  BjoauiSaa og.-cnpcj2 jo vai\f iiuo eijj, /nio.i-)'  -5110M 'Sutpiiua otduioj, ���������B?aodx>a[ 'jSlOIK  ���������TO sp MOIHVM ���������siuo}Tid uo Jlooq poitui  -snitl o3-ad ooi: oojjf 'aaSU HOIAOV ���������saw;  nnaa-ud japun piqissod smjino qso.Huo;r}s oi]  njoq^ jo; oanoas p'u-u saonuoAut aioq-j qoojjon  6V s.io}uo.iiir iGjEsti oa\ 'poipuBq ^[.lodoad j;  gaKniaoj; o:)nf pouuojsuti.n .{rnvua oq uuf)  i"  Mining Review $2.00  ' per year in advarce.  Canadian Pacific  Railway     am Soo Pacific.  The Most Direct Route to all Points in  Canada, United States and Europe.  DAILY SERVICE.  Baggago checked   through to  doatinntlon  ., without change  mm  'The Only Line  operating tourist cars to Toronto,Montreal  and Boston without chango, also through  ���������cars to St, Paul dully.;  Luxurious   Sleepoi's   and   Magnilicenl  Dining Cars on all Trains.  Trains leave Sandon  1-1 o'elouk.ldally, connections with  steamers for tho north,  except Monday; and south dally,-  except Sundays.  Call on nearestVC. P. R. agent for further'  particulars, it will save youtlmoand monoy  A.   O. ~ MoARTHUR,   ngont,   Sandon;  H. M.  Maegregor,   travollng passoneor  -agent, Nelson; Qeo.McL.Brown district  - paaflongeragant, Vancouver.   -  SANDON SAW, SHINGLE & PLANING </!ILL  Have in stock or cut to order on short notice, all kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber.    Dimension stuff up to 46 feet long.  KILN DRIED LUMBER AND MOULDINGS, EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED.  A large stock of all kinds of BUILDEftS' SUPPLIES suitable to the local  trade now on hand, including t\\\.\\ DRIED Flooring, Rustic Shiplap,  Rebated Door Jambs, Plowed Pulley Styles, Square and Moulded Casing, Plain  and .Moulded Base, V Joint Ceiling, Beaded Wainscoting; also a great  variety of Mouldings, including Crown, Bed, Boelection, Wainscote Caping ;  Cornice and Sprung Moulds, as well as a variety of Cove, Quarter and Half  Rounds, O.G. and Square Stops, Parting Beads, Square and Beaded Balusters,  Roof Rolls���������Grounds, and ail kinds of finishing materials.  HAVING LATELY RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF  DOORS AND WINDOWS  IN A GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES AND SIZES.  I am now able to supply the public without delay, with anything in this line,  ofa fnst-class quality, aud at rock bottom prices.  ALSO A VARIETY OF TURNINGS, BRACKETS, &C.  ' Newel Posts, Turned Balusters, Verandah   Truss and other Fancy Brackets,  Table Legs (morticed), Corner and Plinth Blocks, Turned Stool Tops, &c.  Also in stock some of the best Shingles manufactured.    ,  A n inspection of my stock is requested.  Geo. Lovatt, Prop.  Don't forget our QffEflF FUEL.    Sll0rt Slabs $1.2 5, cart load,delivered.  The unde: signed begs to inform the ladies of Sandon and vicinity that she  has opened a new Ladies Furnishing Store in Sandon.  NEW GOODS,  NOW ARRIVING  will make her stock most complete in all departments.    Styles in every line the  very latest; goods the very best, and prices the very lowest.  Shop three doors west from Sandon Hotel.  The   northern  connecting  point  .of   the  C. P. R. on Slocan lake.  oseoery  has the only- safe harbor north of Slocan City.  oseoery  LDIBE  Flooring, Siding, Wide Clear Fir and Cedar, Wainscoting, Ceilings,  Mouldings, Moulded Casings, Finishing Lumber, Brackets, Lath,  Shingles, etc., etc.  Entire bills of Finishing Lumber furnished.  Orders taken for Sash, Store Fronts, Bars, Refrigerators,  Store and Office Fixtures, and Fire-proof Safes.  FACTORY A.SD YARD NEXT TO ELECTRIC POWER-HOUSE,      SANDON,  It is at Rpsebeiy where the beautiful,  Slocan steamer ties up , over night ��������� and'  where the employees can bring their, families.'  s<  lots were put on the market June 28th and.  are selling fast. You. cannot afford to wait  if you want a lot.    They are going;up.'     -   "'  Men are grading and clearing the town-  site, and several buildings are about to be  erected.  ^    We have every   ^  facility for ^  turning; out the     <* ]  <���������������������    best Mining and 4������  Commercial,  .  Work that can  be executed.  is designed to be the distributing centre for  the Slocan.  4*'  Orders taken for Printing  at  Cliffo's  Bookstore  O        will receive prompt  **������*���������    ;  .attention.  ?j" *&���������  ���������&���������  "$e *&���������  *$?  *vfc* *$?  will become the great Concentrating City of  the Slocan, having abundance of water and  being easy of access to the mining centre:  Watch this. : /  Terms���������One-half cash ; balance three and  six months.    For full particulars apply to  .'iS*->-'Vl(  General "Agent.  -.���������X-jV  ~!���������  '*'  'i ���������  'p,u.< ���������. ^r't ���������-'���������-���������������..-���������- -1-.1 ���������������������,.* i.��������� i..- -���������������������������������������������-v.-".'"  ������...   '.-���������'.��������� 'i a ..<ti',.-   fc . ������������������ .   - Jw-.:". ���������  4- t". j������ StfSffvS  THE MINING REVIEW  SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1898.  MOUNTAIN   ECHOES.  Silver was quoted at 575 yesterday.  K-islo wants a Lardo-Duncan railway.  Tho Bank of Halifax is opening a  branch in Nelson.  A lot oi new boys' and girls' sleighs  just arrived at Clille's bookstore.  Tin. Tilot Bay smelter has 500 tons  of concentrates ready for shipment.  C. E. Steele is now liquidator of the  Ibex mine. The Ibex is one of Kaslo's  mines.  The Star shipped 120 tons oi* ore over  the C. P. R. the past week; Queen  Bess 20.  W. H Lillv goes on Tuesday, 4th of  Jan., to Slocan City, to hold a small  debts' court.  The Whitewater's late dividend of  S30,0U0 is a handsome Xmas box for  the shareholders.  The Blue Bird slide came down on  Tuesday, but did no damage. It never  is a very bad slide.  Corbin is thinking of building a railway from a point on the Spokane and  Northern to Grand Forks.  "Fighting" Joe Martin was in town  Monday, but on privite business only,  and had nothing to say for publication.  A restaurant   not   100   miles   from  Sandon   had  this very signilicant sign  out  the other day :    " 'A 'foul' dinner  ,  for 25 cents.'"  A rotary snow-plough, and which  makfs the snow fly lively, on the K.  & ?. train thu other day attracted  much attention.  The church services hist Sunday were  appropriate to theday,Christmas music  i nd sermons were given in both. Services as usual to-morrow.  Ihr Sovereign mine must be a promising institution, when the ore now  taken out iu development work alone  more than pnys running expenses.  The K. & S. train on Tuesday encountered the Lu ky Jim snowslide.  In 24 hours, however, all hands and the  cook succeeded in clearing the wav  fulJy.  A lot of Illustrated papers at Clifft '5  bookstore The    London   Illustrated  News. The Graphic, The Sketch, The  Ladies' and the Gentlemen's Pictorial,  etc., etc.  New hockey sticks and shin pads at  Clille's bookstore.  The employe s of the steamer Kootenay gave a hall on the boat at Arrowhead on Thursd.iy evening hist.  Toys and fancy goods in great variety and cheap. Sue theni it Clille's  Bookstore before you pay higher prices  elsewhere.  A constant dropping will wear a  rock. Knep dropping your advertisements on the public, and they will  soon melt undi-r it like rock-salt.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Holiday times are here bringing its  vi-iitors to our city. It you have a  'riei:d visiting: yon or s\ ending the  h"lidays awny lei us know of it We  d-i not always hear of everything. Wo  v ill always be pleased to publish any  1" nl news of interest to the people.  ]���������. ms ni' news may be left at Clille's  I.- ok.stnre.  EXPERIENCED RETOUCHER IKIED  T������������������ -,Cir**r-  For  Rent.  ( ottngc, on Sunnyslde, furnished orunlur-  iK'il.   Apnlyto B. S.  AVIKon, (irimmett's  -i-cllery Store.  Notice.  Mr. J. Balchi ti.is gone to Tacomm  w-iere he will spend a six month's vn-  caticn.  Mr. (J. H. Winter, of tho Bank of P>.  i\. A , spent Xmas in Kaslo nnd is now  on deck again.  Mr. and Airs.  W.  A.  Mcfntyre and  daughter Ellie,  of Kaslo,   who hjient  their holidays  with Airs. W. II.  return home on Monday.  Lil  y.  'Among   ihe   ladies   who gave substantial assistance to Miss Skinner in  getting'up  the dance  were Mrs. Mc  Kinnon,   Mrs.  McDonald  and   others,  who are entitled to public thanks.  The steamer Nakusp that burned to  the waters edge had on three cars of  freight���������hay, feed and merchandise  for the Rossland district. Fortunately  there was no mail matter on board and  ' no lives lost.  Mr. Williaiiis, who kept the Queens  Lodgings here for some time, has  leased the hotel at the concentrator  near .Three Forks, and has gone out to  fit itup. He has a chance to do aL  large business there.  Mr. Riblett has four very line  , samples of ore of about 40 lbs each  from the Ruth, the Star, the Reco and  the Last Chance, respeeti> ely, now in  Mr. Harris's office that he is sending to  an eastern exhibition.  The street gaffers have been making  the welkin ring for the past week with  the one hundred and one tin horns Mr.  Harris presented to them on Xmas  Eve._ It is well lor the ears of the  public that Xmas comes but once a  year.  With the rain and thaw of the past  days, all having occasion to travel the  upper Reco trail and Cody road were  on the alert for the Noble Five slide,  which generally shows up once a year.  So far, huwever. the avalanch of snow  on the top of the peak has held fast to  its moorings.  Mr. Hunter is proving himself a  public benefactor. Every time he  goes to a dance he comes home hatles,  leaving some poor fellow a hat ahead.  To meet the denmnd he is thinking of  organizing a joint st'ick hat manufactory in the place. Nothing less will  meet the demand.  AT THE   HOTELS.  L. Ernest, Alex. Parks, Thos. Faye.  Nelson; Jas. Ryan, John McNeill, Cotlv;  A. R Macdona <!, Fred Still, [Casio; G.  Kennedy, Massav, Ont.; Jui. Slocan  Crtv; .1. P. Powell) Silverton; Alex. Fcr-  gu������on, Tr 11 Mile; Geo. B. Powell, .Montreal.  Sandon���������Frank Culves, A.L.Roberts,  Silverton; A. A. McLcod, New Glass-  gow, N. S.; J. Harris, Calgary; Jas. Jor-  uan, Toronto; C. Hustings. Winnipeg;  Wni. Cameron, Nakusp; J. Wcrely,  Thos. Avieon, New Denver; John  N'ralford, Pevelstoke; J. McRae, Ottawa; Wm. Ross, Ymir.  Black's���������Chas. Kane, C. A. Hanna,  KhsIq; David Brnmner, Silverton; If.  T. Br.igden, New Denver; J. Martin,  Vancouver; C. French, Three Fork*;  Geo. 11. Wyatt, Vernon; Charlie Cook,  Slocan City; II. D Cameron, K. J. Duncan, H. H Warner, Nelson; \V. H.  Campbell, .-Spokane; C. C. Sproule, Ross-  h.nd; W. H. Brandon, Brandon.  Goodenough���������J. Waugh. Kaslo; H. S"  Aldridge, C. Parsons, Montreal; J. G-  Griffith, Donald; W. T. Trngdon, A.  Sproat, New Denver; Hon. J. Martin.  Vancouver; H. E. Bnaslcv, C. E. Pcrrv.  F. W. Peters, C. K. Milbourn, G. N.  Brown, Nel������on; C. J. Lewen, Alamo.  ':'lu������ Nakn&iiaiiilSlocan Kailivny Company  v. il apply 1o Ihe l'.ii'll:unont.ol Cnnarintit its  n xt sewon for nn ucl authorizing the com-  p -ny lo constrmM, acquire and operate such  b- inch r.ulwiiys as may from time to lime  b- authorized by the (���������ovc-mor-ln-Counjll  11 ii I'xcfcdmgin any one on.-.a the length ol  thirty miles.   _  J. V. AlcMSTKOXO, Secretary.  D.itcd at Victoria, November ;i0lh. 1S07.  .At the Sandon Photograph Gullcrv.  personally.  Apply  For Sale Cheap.  The Furniture of a lour-room house, complete lor house-keeping, or will sell by the  piece. Enquire at Johnston & Haines' Hardware rite re.  AO.NTS.���������"The best.Life of Her Majesty 1  have seen," writes Lord Lome about '���������Queen  Victoria." Aponts inalce five dollars dally.  Om/it iiee. UKADLKY-dAltKK'r.SOX C'fi.,  Limited, Toronto.  AGENTS.���������Book business is better than lor  years past; also have better and luster loII-  injr books. Aponts cleiLi-luj; lrom ������10,nou to  SIO.MXI weekly. A few- leaders are: ���������-���������Queen  Victoria." "Lile of air. niads-loue." 'lly  Mother's Bible Stories." 'PrsjjrPSsfve'Ppeak-  er." "Klondyke Gold . Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpse-,oi'tlie Unseen," lli-eaklaM, Dinner  and riupper," "Canada: an Encyclopedia."  Hooks on time. OntliK live lo can va->sers.<  Til li BllAKLISV-GAimHTSON CO.; Limited,  Toronto.  HAINES.  Hardware, Stoies  and Tinware.  m&^M&  Application for Llquoi License  Noliee is hereby given (hat, "Odavs lrom  d.itn, ihe undprsisned will apply lo tiie Slip-  ciidiiny Magistrale ol West, ICootennv, for a  Liquor License to sell liquor by retail," at the  Viclorla. Hotel, Sandon.  II. A. MolJONALD.  Dated November 8.1SU7.  Notice.  Caution  Ihe public nre hereby notlfiud that. I will  not be responsible lor any il.-bts contracted  b.vAlbeiiKdwardPi-ice in connection wllh the  tfli-.iiigfi- IMino, eithci-in my name, or in tlie  name ol the firm ofKdward (' Weaver and  Albert Kilwitrd I'nce.  KDWAUIl (.'. U-EAVIOI:.  (xroceries, Plardware, Tinware.  Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.  we carry:a complete line of everything.  SANDON AND ROSSLAND.  ������������?  .Dealers in-Meats  Tenders.  FOU OVER FIKTY YEAIW.  Mrs. 'Winslow's Soolhing Svrnp has been  used by millions ofmothers for their children  while teething. If disturbed al night and  biokenofyourrestby a sick child, suffering  and crying with pain of cutting teeth. Send  al. once and get a boltle <,t"Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sulTurcr immediately. Depend upon it. mother.-, there is no  mistakoabout it. rt.c.urcsdiarrhoo.-i, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cuies Wind Colic,  soliens thegums and reduces lnihnnmallon.  and gives tone and energy to tlie system.  " Jl rs. \V1 nslo w's Sooth i ng Syrup" for clu lilrcn  teething Is pleasant, to the taste and is the  prescription ol one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses In the United  Slates. Price twenty-five cenls a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout Hie worlil.  Bi-sure and rusk lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  Notice Is hereby given (hat 11 is tin' intention of tho Nakusp and Slocan Hallway  Company In apply lo (ho railway committee  of (lie I'rivy Council,Ln sanction the building  aud consti action ofa branch line of railway  lrom a point about one mile east of Three  Forks to Hear Lake, a distance, of about six  miles, lor the purpnwe of giving increased  lacilltlcs to business and ol transporting  Ihe products of tins mines,mnl losuncilon the  appropriation ol the nocesmiry lands lorthal,  purpose under Ihe compulsory powers vested  in tlie said company, by the railway acl or  any other act in it-i behalf. Signod  JOHN  V. AIIM.STHONO,  Secretary Nakusp and Slocan Hallway Co  Dated at, Victoria. II. C, Oct. 20tli JS'17.  Certificate of Improvements.  I enders will ho received by the undersigned  on Ihc.'llsl Doc, for clearing six acres more or  les-,    lor    (he    Ore Sampling     Wc-ks    at  Koscbery.   For  further particulars apply to '  A. .M. Bent I loon the ground.  IIUITISU COLUMBIA IJltl! SAMPLING CO,  (Ltd )   Care of A.M.Ui;attlc. lto<ebfry,H.(;.  For Sale,  I'our Rooms, furnished complete, for house,  keeping: Enquire at Johnston & llnlnci  HardwareStoro.  Housefurnisliing Goods and Granite-  ware.  Agents for Gurney's Stoves and  Ranges.  We manufacture all kinds oP'Queen"  Air-tight Healers.   ���������  Workers in Copper, Tin and Sheet  Iron.  All kinds of Metal Roofing.  PLUMBERS AND STEAMFITTERS.  All work guaranteed.  At Sandon, Rossland, Nelson,- Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  Sandon. Slocan City.  _  Lot 228  NOTICE.  Marion Mineral Claim.  Situate In the Slocan Mining Division olWest  ICootennv District. Where located : Adjoining (he "California,"about two miles  east,ol XcwDenver.  Take notice that I, Koherl K. Palmer, as  agent, for George Alexander, F. jr. C, Xo.71-  000; Florence L. Mel lines. F. Jl. C..No. fil.'il.1);  O. .James Marino. I'\ Jl. V . N'o. IHfili a, nnd  AlexaiiderRproat, F.JLC . N'o. 71(1(17, Intend til)  days lrom the date hereof to apply lo the JII11-  ing 1 recorder lor a Certificate ot Improvements lor the purpose of Obtaining a Crown  Ci-anl ol-tlio above claim.  And futhcr take notice that action under  Section 1(7, must be commenced before the  issuance ofsueh certificate of improvements.  Dated this IS th day ol Decomber,lSI)7.  It. K. PALMER, l'.L.S.  OF HOLIDAY TRADE BEIhQ OYER.  We can give you a better service in the proper fitting of  feffi  TAILORING. GLEANING, REPAIRING AND DYEING.  BiiUinprmeycr's Old Stnnd.  Pi'icps Kerisonnbln. <  STEVK ENOX,  Pkoi'1:ti:toi{.  LADIES.  For lntost. New  Cloak unci  York-  Atfm  Blood first of all; that is the starting point  on the road to health. Without it Dyspepsia, Constipation, Biliousness, Headache,  Liv-r and Kidney Complaints, Scrofula,  Ulcers and Abscesses thrive and increase in  the human system.   But with pure  styles in  Dressmaking, go to  Cnmoron it Jsio.k&on, opposite  Hotel Kootonny. Alto Needlo-  work of all kinds done. Siitis-  i'uclion giiariintecd.  SIGHT.  Test for Visual Acuteness^  tlttito of ITwtsM nqnlriov  MM������hl*MI������<l>J bj L������. 1  ���������ITacU will b* cdIiilI* V* 'Ulnl  t * mjt. lfjoo cia rf Idj .j *o 1  ThcrJiaiort Hi* rati  ������������������ ������r* pnr*Jr BWnhulMfl  mj���������  nlfl������-  imuob by th������ um oT t^rlan'd  ur *JJ>uwm������l ������r i^tfteilj 1  ���������tl. Tnii [Hot abaaU L*r������������J tuilj at fift*eo lnstt������L-oa  "1 ahni-M vrtr iwUcim |ldouiol|������;Uibiir������)>tif  ** or 1 |M. ������ <torli l\* an������l(������ ���������! >l*i������a. ft9M p*Jo aul  1 rH U*>i������n H 1* niKWMarr lo bnlj wetk ������r rwdlag  nfmnlhiiTMlnnrlw In t������-i1[������tlortIj It l������ ��������� ������n��������� ������t(t������  ,>jai������^ JtKuufwtt ml |/tlu will Uj i (*t*nl*I Ly LavtDf  Do not fail to liavc your eyes tested  FREE OF CHARGE. M'e have the  most complete Optical stock in the  Slocan.  MODERATE PRICES.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND LIQUORS.  PROVIDENCE FUR COMPANY,  10 \Vi-:sT.Mi.wn:it St., PitovrnKxr-K, Tt.I.  W'.-mls all kinds of Waw Furs, Skins--,  Giii5ontr, Si-iiooa, ike. Full prices gnar-  ant(jed. Careful -.oleclion. conri,"oiif.  tr'ntmi'iit, immediate rcmitfiinci'.  Shipping Tags, Ropr-t, furnislied free.  WritB for Litest price circulars.  iBXnSHrXiliAmm.  aoosaggSSk.  All lines of sporting goods at Cliffe's  bookstore, such as Hockey Sticks,  Pucks, Shin-guards, Playing Cards,  Poker Ci.ips. Dice, Cribbage, Checkers,  Chess, BoxingJGlove.', Pnncliiijg Bags,  Snow Shoes, Foot Balls and many  otherd tso numerous too mention.  Prices always right.  Messrs. P. Burns it Co. made an cx.-  centionally fine display of meats dwr-  ing the holidays, showinir their manager to be quite an artistic carver as  ���������Wfil as cutter. Every carcass on the  premistM svas so decorated with evergreens, that the porkers if recalled to  ,   life would not have known themselves.  Drs. LaBau and Forin last Monday  performed the difficult operation of  fitting a gold arid silver lower jaw on  Mr. Cayser. Cavities were left for  artificial teeth. About two years ago  Mr. Cayser had his jawshot away with  a rillc.���������Nelson Miner. If Cayser had  been a woman all this would have been  unnecessary, as one jaw in enough for  a woman at any time.  In its wisdom the local print says  the first thing the new city council  mllhaye to grapple with will be a now  sewer -system. The first thing the  council will have to tiiVe up after the  election of officers will be a code of  by-laws within the statutes for the  government of the place. It may be  bettor to hire the scavenging done by  teams the first year, until it in seen  how the present depression turns. It,  willj'not be well to incur a dollar of  municipal indebtedness, until.a neriwd  of better times has fully set in.  The Union S. S. review and song  servieein the 'Methodist church .'lusl.  Sunday was another nf the pleasant,  features of Xmas week. The church  waB comfortably filled with the school  children, with their parents and friends,  also many strangers in the city. As  we published the programme last issue  we will not repent as it was carried out  with but few exceptions. The sever.il  jparts were well rendered in turw, but  perhaps the most pleasing feature of  the interesting programme was -Mrs.  Sand ford's review of the infant class.,  circulating freely these diseases cannot long  remain. There is nothing to keep them  there���������no impurities for them to feed on.  Burdock Blood Biltprs purifies the blood,  and drives out all impurities, waste and  effete matter more quickly and surety than  any other remedy. If you want pure blood  and good health faty  IdMnAocb i3^o<xl iB/ittc^-  West end.  Located on Slocan Star street,  near electric plant.  FIRST-CLASS WORK. ���������  LOWEST PRICES.  Work called for and delivered.  TERMS CASH.  Now  buy.  0. F. Swanson  Lessee  |M.I"1.������,.*���������������.'  We do every kind of work done in the best steam laundries, by the best  and most experienced workmen. Everything from the most delicate fabric to  die heaviest garment. All work done expeditiously. We cill for goods, and  deliver in any part of the town.  UP-TOWN OFFICE, C. GALES' BARBER SHOP,  Next Slocan News Co.   ���������  L&werence & McfCeiizie,  is the time to  We carrv  The Largest Stock  of Air.Tight  "QUEEN" HEATING STOYES,  BOX STOVES, COOKING STOVES,  RANGES,  ETC., ETC.  Camp  and    Sybley Stoves  made  to  order,  THE...  SANDON, B. C.  American  European  $3.50 per day.  $2.00 per clay.  Strictly Frrst-ci.ass.  A. SMITH, Prop,  ANTILE  Everything Up-to-date  Just receive done car of Seagram's,  Walker's, Gooderham AJYarts' Whiskey ; also mixed car of Foreign  Liquors.  Write for prices before purchasing  elsewhere.  SANDON.  in our line.   A fiire selection of Worsteds, Tweeds and Fancy Veatings.  ;  Agents  for the Dominion  Piano   and Organ ,Co.  KASLO.  ���������!���������  SANDON.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  4fe2  ���������*������*.  >l  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch nnd description mny  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest neency for securing patents.  Patents taken throuLrh Mniin & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In the  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest clr-.  dilation of any scientific Journal. Terms. t.l ft  year; four months, $1.  Sold byall newsdealers.  MJNN&Co.36,B"������*���������������' New York  Branch Office, (K?5 F Bt,4 Wftflhlnjfton, V, O*  iM. H(M.I'l,'  vm  WHEN IN'5AN50N'4t.0F. fft THE  ' I  >t>  Full Prices. Correct Sol. ction.  Ropes & Tags Furnished Fiee  SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Rates $2.50 to $4.60 per day.   -  R. CUNNING, Proprietor.  WHEN YOU ARE AT BEAR LAKE STOP AT THE  TALLOW, QINSENQ, SENECA.  .���������FIRS.T^.CMSS HOTEL.  RATES-^2.00 PER DAY-; ?10^0 PER WEEK  **I ���������!)*.���������*������ ��������� ���������    WV*-*** ���������"T"^^" *^^,',,i"������^'  I'..,."       -    ������������������-.-!.    ���������. .      , '       .t."'      If:        -"J    .        \     ������������������,,     .'.     '.1-1    ��������� ������-.'      .."���������       'l      ���������������!.,    .���������������    ������������������>���������*���������*        iV        .���������������������������.������.���������>. -I.-'  '..;-/.iI-i    -.1 ..    i ii"1. 'i  ;/;.*     -���������   ���������..   ;i.,. 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