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Array m  VOL.  NO. 31.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 18(98.  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  I  ft  5-'  Sandon to the Front"=24,789 Tons   o:  ������re  ������utpnt.  1 MEETING.  A Large Meeting-Held  Hall.  in .Virginia  $182,470      Spent       in     Buildings     and      on     Improvements  New Buildings  The following list is as accurate as we  can make. It is evidence that though  tho past year was not one of special  prosperity, in its quiet way, the-p'lace  has made substantial improvement in  the building line. As we described  many of the structures when they were  under way, we do no more now than  give the statistics:  ON CODY EOAD.  The Denver hotel,   2J-  stories,   s  90x24 Bennett & Carbray  $ 3,000  Dryer <fc Hoffmeyer, brewery,1  ' 40x60  -' 2,000  H. Tattrie, barn 40x70  2,000  "       "       residence 18x20'.  500,  T. Jelland,'store '.'. 1,100  CM., Wilssn, improvements on ,_  residence  1,000  T: O. Killyan, residence 20x29.. t    700  Mrs. Barber, residence 20x19... _   600  Miller, laundry 18x24 .'  550  ,-Fitzgerald & Day, ������pop   works'  ��������� 20x30 '.  450  D. Killeran, residence 14x36.... 425  -J. Venforth,        "       14x20 '    400  Foliet & Grant   "       12x24  375  J. Switzer            "       14x16  ,   300  Mrs. Grant           "        16x40...... '   300  J. Crawford, improvements..;... 200  Day & Fitzgerald   "           .."'... 200  Total      " $14,100  double    store  two   story  story  N.   Palorcia,  30x35   J. A. Hamilton, a  house about '.   Pearson & Fisher,   2A-  hotel 30x70   Pearson  &   Fisher,  improvement on brewry   Woods & Oliver, small store...  31. Cunning, .improvements on  hotel ��������� ���������������������������  J. R. Cameron, improvements  on buildings..'.   West   of  the "creek ' twenty  buildings erected   in   1897    .   ,  that   cost an   average    of  $150, say total        8,000  700  1,500  4,500  2;000  400'  2,500  700  SOUTH  OF X. AND S. TRAGK.  Thos. Duffy, residence 18x24...  A.'Harlaw,       ;7" ,,18x22... .,  A P. Nicholls,   "> ! 14x18.'..  P. Murphy.         "' 16x20...-'  Mr. Lane,           *' 12x24...  A.E. McDonald " 14x20...  .G. & H.Smith   " 12x18...  .  Coy & Baxter.   " 10x14...  W. Lafavor         " 12x18...  A.W.Allan        " 12x16...  J. S. -Jones "    , Total  $2,000  BETWEEN THE TWO IUILWAY8.  Alex. Crawford improvements.. $  500  H.Byers, two stories 20x30  700  P. Burns, storehouse  1,000  C. P. E. buildings about :.... 500  Total  SUNNYSIDE.  2,700  Methodist church      $2,400  Scott's three one story tenements. 2,100  Mr. Cliffe's, residence, 2 stories  20x32 *.       1,200  1,000  1,000  800  400  400  200  59,500  12x16   . * 75  14x22....  350  12x18   100  18x24   250  14x20   200  18x24....  400  14x22   1,050  12x18   60  12x14   60  24x30   200  10x12  50  Mr. Piatt's, 2 story residence...  Mr. Fallows,   "  Mr. Williamson's "  Mr. Walmsley's  Mr. Rose's '"          Mr. McDonald's      *     "  , Total    ' ���������  MILL GULCH <fc SOCIETY HILL.  M. Melvin, residi  W.Thompson,' '  B.McTaggart, "  A. McMillan, "  ��������� Bernard,  F. Donaldson,, "  G. Lovatt, (3) : *'  J. Finn on, "  N. McDonald, "  Mr. McBain,     "  ���������Mr. Feeavrc      "  Total ������2,795  EECO AVENUE.  Filbert   hotel,   three   stories  60x30, Williams & Annance   $ 4,500  D ivid and Golden's store two  stories 30x25        2,000  Pitts Bros.,  two story   store  20x30        1,200  Alterations on   the   Bartlett  Hotel        1,200  S. A. Migh ton, alterations  225  Fire hall....:  700  Blacks  hotel,   three ' stories  finished in 1897       25.5C0  i��������� Waterland and Westerberg   a  '''    two story hotel 26x50        1.500  ���������Otto, a   double   store,   two  stories 30x30        1,500  Ardery & Brewster,   two story    *-.  store 27x38        1,500  ' A. Spro/it,  one  story   double  store 30x30        ljOOO  Jehn Batschi, the Vancouver  ���������hotel; 2$ stories, 30x50        1,800  Mclnnes Bros.,Klondyke hotel  30x50 '.        1,800  Total'  SLOCAN STAR STREET.  L. Portman's improvements..-.  McLeod's blacksmith shop   Curling rink '.   McLachlan's planing shop   Throe other small tenements.  $59,725  $ 350  ' 300  400  400  700  ������2,150  Total  ME. HARRIS1 EXPKNDITURES.  Addition to-Waterworks and  Electric lights     $5C,000  Virginia block, three   stories  30x90.....'.      15,000  Goodenough hotel, nearly all  done in 1897, three stories...  Steam laundry, on Slocan Star  street, two stories, 30x75   Sundry iniproyementon other  lju'ildings probably....' .'...."-    10,000  15,000  4,500  *   Total     , ' ��������� ������94,500  ' GRAND TOTAL. ���������  On Cody road J : ,������14.100  South of K. and S. track  2,000  Between the two railways  2,700  Snnnyside  9,500  Mill Gulch and Society hill...... 2,795  Reco avenue ;... 59,725  Slocan Star street.... .'  2,150  Mr. Harris' Expenditures  94,500  Total  $187,470  Goodenough  15  Slocan Boy ��������� 15  Sovereign  15  American Boy  10  Ajax.'.  10  Majestic '. .".... 10  Mount Adams  10  Freddy Lee ".  10  Trade Dollar  8  Canadian Grou8 .''..... 8  Other smaller mines say .' 27  Total. ' 720  -Other mines tributary by teraporar-  ilo closed down employ hand as  follows :  N.ble Fsve ......    85  Wonderful ' 25  Total ,      110  Mines tributary  that  ship   at '< on-  venient stations employ us follows :    ���������  Monitor     25  Lucky .lim    25  Antoine     25  Ivanhoe     25  Rambler "     22  Washington    15  L Total    " '137  So all told,with all locnl and tributary mines within live- miles of tho  place in operation there would be over  1,000 minors employed, probably 1.100  earning an average of $3.50 per da .  Tho    following   mines   within   f.vo  miles of Sandon'arc dividend payers:  Ruth, Payne, Washington,Gooderiough,  Monitor, Surprise, Reco, Almo, Id.vlio,  Wonderful, Slocan Boy. Slocan Star  Last Chance, Rambler-Cariboo, Freddie  I.ec, Antoine, Jackson and Wellington.  Ore Shipments for 1897  The following are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the year 1897. We  have not gone to Kalso for the mineral  either as the Kaslo papers come to  Sandon for the Kaslo mineral, but it is  all from mines within three miles of  the city as the crow flies. Who for a  moment will say that Sandon will  never be a large place with all these  resources and a dozen times as many  more undeveloped, when places without a mine worthy of the name within  three miles of them expect to become  large cities from their mineral resources :  Name. Tons.  Payne.] .'. 9,283  Ru h  8.235  Star .-. : 4,202������  Reco  1,388  NobleFive     564J  Last Chance '���������     484  Wonderful     155  Slocan Boy     105  Mountain Chief       60  Ajax       42  Canadian Group       40  Freddy Lee       32  Goodenough       31J  Mount Adams       30  American Boy      29J  Sapphire      22  Queen Bess   Trade Dollar   Ruby Silver   Sovereign   W. W. Warner   Shaw, Cody   Pirate   Wonderful Bird   20  15  15  14  12  7  1'}  1  Lessons From our Mines-  Tbe figures we have given ,-as San-  don's shipments of ore do not represent the full output us some of the  mines such as the Queen Bess have  sent part of their output through other  stations. It is safe t< say that taking  also into account tho amount got out  last year and to he shippe 1 this year  the total is not short of 30,000 tons  Here then we have a town with 24  shipping mines in their infancy sending eut over $3,000,000   worth   of  ore.  Wc are advised by the best authority we can consult this ore averages  $100'per ton, the Payne running about  that figure and the Reco $200 per ton,  giving us a grand total of ?3,000,000  realized from Sandon's output. Against this the expenses would be about,  Freight and treatment  $500,000  Duty    800,000  Equipment    250,000  Wages 1,000,000  Total  '$24.789J  Number of Men Employed at Mines  The number of miners employed in  mines that ship from Sandon are divided us follows :  Payne  100  Slocan Star 1  120  Ruth  100  Reco     87  Queen Bess 5   0  Idaho v    40  Last Chance    25  Total $2 050,000  Thus leaving $1,000,000 as the net profits from the mines at Sandon,not from  all over the Slocan country as the Kaslo pipers scour for their mines. If we  had refineries and mints in the country  much of this $300,000 that goes in  duties into the American treasury  would be kept at home; and if we  could only secure nrnrc local capital to  operate the mines, some $750,000 a  year going to owners outside would  circulate at home.  To these facts wc may add another  very strong one and it i= this : That  we arc not getting tho receipts from  expenditures wc will get when many  of the voungor mines arc further developed and when improved trams and  concentrators displace packing mules,  rawhiders, and unnecessary railway  freights. It will all come in time and  so will much of the money now going  Klondyke wny, ns soon as our resources aro better known to the outside  world, a work our new city council  should undertake with vigor as soon as  resources will allow.  LIFE DESTROYING CROUP CURED.  Gents,���������I have used Hagyard's Yellow Oil iu my family for croup and  bronchitis during the past 12 years and  never found it to fail. It cures every  time. I have rccommi nded it to my  neighbors and they keep it on hand.  I would not be without it for any  price.  Mrs. Henry Wardev,  1 Winthrop, Ont.  A public meeting was held in the  Virginia Hall on Monday evening tu  discuss civic matters, and hear the  .views of probable aspirants for the  mayoralty and couneil. In all eighty  people were present, about one half of  whom were possible electors.  Mr. Christie, barrister, was called to  the chair and Mr. Bissell was chosen  secretary. Mr. Christie made a very  suitable reference to the advancement  to this stage of the city's affairs, and  trusted that no matter who might constitute our new council there was a  distinct feeling abroad that economy  and care should be the watchwords. A  mis-step at the start might be 'difficult  to correct in after yearn. 'In fact much  depended on a proper start.  Mr. Cliffe was called on and gave a  pretty full outline of what he conceded should he the proper course for tho  new council. Inclosing his remarks  he said be had told all who approached  him nn the matter, he 'did not desire  the position;but if a substantial major-  jority of r.he expressed n, desire for his  services, he would give them out of  deference to the public wish. He  would not he a candidate under other  circumstances and would not go into  n contest.       ,  Mr. Lovntt said oil name had been  mentioned in connection with the ma-  voraltv, thoneh personally he had but  little ambition in that direction. He  however, was fr������e to neknowlcdsre a  mark of that kind was a crent honor.  He would not cnnvnis in anv hole or  corner wiv for sunpnrt. The first con-  sideratinn of the new council should be  the health of the city, and stringent  retrnlntiom to that end should he adopted. He believed in payinsr the mayor  and aldermen adequate salaiies; no  men should be asked to work for the  entire community for nothintr. They  could not give elvie, affairs the requisite attention without payment, for  time. Our by-laws should be ns liberal  ns possible, allowing our miners and  industrial population as much freedom  ns possible. Did not think our license  and similar receipts would nesufficient,  to run the council without direct taxation.  Our school interests also needed attention and financial, support, and  more, especially as the town crew-- and  our school population increased. We  should have, streets nnd sidewalks and  they mignt necessitate borrowing  money, Onr fire department should  also be encouraged, benuse of its neces-  cesity in the plnce.  Mr. Hunter concurred in what Mr.  Cliffe said in reference to the needs of  the future. Early debt often became  a serious matter. He was not a candidate.  Mr. Grimmett was not   a   candidate  for any position.   He had a close connection with the   move   for   incorporation from the start, but now that   the  place was incorporated,   that   connection ceased.    In  the   middle   of  last  summer a number of the business men  of the place felt  we   had   heen freely bled by the government in taxation  in different forms and got nothing   for  it in return.   To reverse this order  of  things and keep our revenues for   distribution at home' incorporation   was  applied for and got under an act making provision for such legislation, passed last session of the   House.      [Here  the si eaker went   into   the  necessary  conditions for incorporation.and traced  the application through until the place  was gazetted, most   of which   has   already appeared in the Review.] There  were wise ocres   who  said   the  place  could not secure incorporation because  of titles to properties but the   fact   incorporation was secured was   the  best  answer to this all'. " Mr.  Ciiffe- struck  tho   right   key  when  he    suggested  economy in the   manogoment   of   our  affairs.   We had the   necessary  talent  to make a proper council.   The mayor  should get a grant not exceeding $500  a year.   Believed the creek should be  converted into a   main   sewer  with a  stree  planked overhead.   The way our  school had to be run for the want   of  funds was a disgrace, and   would have  to be cured by tho first   council.    Our  fire department should  be   improved,  and though we had a volunteer force,  the chief should bo paid.  Mr. Atherton said he never made* a  speech in his life, and could not make  one if he tried.  Messrs. Switzer, Brown, Kclsen, A.  Crawford and others declined to speak  when called on.  Mr. David contended that favoritism,  old acquaintance and the like should  cut no figure. The object was to get the  man best man possible for the place. A  might be a good tailor and a poor wood  cutter, a successful merchant and a  very indifferent public man. Believed  in an unpaid eouncil, and a pledge to  economy exacted from all candidates  before election. The expenses of the  lirdt vof������r should be met as far as possible by licenses and the like revenues.  The merchants of the place should be  protected by proper by-laws. There  was not a year that hundreds of thousands of dollars were not taken out of  place by outside dealers who never  contributed a cent to our support. 'Wc  should see to it that neither sentiment  nor feelings of good will weighed in  our selection of representatives, but  that the men who would best handle  our affairs and do the place most credit  were chosen.  Mr. Harris was loudly called called  for but he declined to speak.  Mr. Buckley was not a speaker but  felt old residence, business success and  interest in the place were essentials in  a mayor and Mr. Atherton .met all  these requisites. >  J. R Cameron said he was. not a  candidate for any office.1 His experience in public matters was not one of  money to him, and it was a living and  something more he was after at present. He believed in rigid economy.  We had the necessary material resident and should select good and careful men.  After votcs,of thanks to the chairman and Mr. Harris for the use of the  hall, the meeting was brought to a  close.  Tbe Civic Elections.  At, 12 o'clock Mr. Sandilauds, R. O...  announced in the school house he was  rea. y to receive nominations for the  offices of mayor and aldermen for the  City ,, of Sandon. He also intimated  that he could receive no nominations  until the necessary deposits were put  up, and the law provided for an expenditure not to exceed $100, to be  borne equally by all the'" candidates  nominated. Then followed the nominations : ���������  E. R. Atherion Mayor.  S.JA. Mighton Alderman.  R. J. Broddy  A. Crawford "  R. Cunning "  C. D. Hunter "  J. W. Switzer "  These were declared elected by acclamation. Messrs. A. David and M.  Kn rlin were also nominated but  the returning officer declared them ineligible in that they had not furnished  him with a statement 01' the property  on which,they'qualified. Against the  dcision Mr. David offered ajformal protest on the spot and said he would  fight it out.  With Scissors 'and Pen.  Episcopal Services for Sandon.  To the Editor of The Mining Review:  The Ven. S.'W. Pentreath, Archdeacon of Columbia, visited Sandon  Tuesda\ week and held a meeting in  the evening in the Virginia hall, kindly loaned* by Mr. Harris, for the purpose ot' organiza- ion and arranging for  regular services of the Church of England. Mr. Lawrence was appointed  secretary. After singing and prayer  the Aichdeacon explained the object  of the meeting, and it was on motion  resolved that there be an "evening  service at 7.30 _ in Virginia hall, on  the first and third Sundays in each  month. The Archdeacon stated that  the Rev. C. F. Yates would be stationed at either Slocan City > or New  Denver, and that "he woul:f take New-  Do., ver and Sandon on "tho above Sundays, and -Slocan and Nakusp on alternate Sund.iys. It was necessary to  get a guarantee from each of these  places. Miss Skinner and Mrs. Pearson volunteered to solieii, a guarantee  from tho church people in Sandon.  Mr. Y. Sewell. accepted the appointment of organist and choir master.  The first service will be held 'on Sunday evening Jan. 16th.  [With reference to the foregoing we  have only to say that it is a mistake  to attempt to establish a third Protestant congregation here where there is  not room for two. Had the Episcopalians shown energy at the commencement of the town and placed  a clergymen here, they would be entitled to a sympathy it will now be  difficult to secure. ���������Ed. Review.]  Germany's Acquisition in China of  Donbtful Yalue.  Th-jir Bay is a Poor One���������It Threatens  .   to be a  Source   of Expense Instead  of Revenue.  Held for  Uttering  a  Bill.  Raised  Bank  John Hallem has been getting himself into serious trouble. It appears  on Monday morning at 1 very early  hour he was asked at Pearson & Fisher's to change a $10 bill. He stepped  into Allie Stirritt's house next door,  bought some drinks and got change  for the bill, in the change being one  five. On returning to Pearson & Fishers, he handed in a one Dominion Bill  raised to a $5. Mr. Pearson showed  him it was a bad bill. He said he got  it from AUio and would go over, buy  drinks again and get her to take it  back. Now she contends she gave him  a good 00. He contends he got the  raised bill from her, but the damaging  feature against him was in trying to  pass it when he was advised it was bad  instead of taking it back and endeavoring to make it good. He was committed for trial. Mr. Christie prosecuted and Mr. Grimmett defended the  prisoner, who is out on $2,000 bail.  Sandon OreShipments.  The following is a list of ore shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending Jan. 13 :  j   MINE.       l TONS.  Payne 150  Ruth 100  Reco  40  Last Chance  60  Queen Bess   *.  35  Total 885  A third paper will appear in Sandon  next week���������the E. L. Literary Society  "Echo" which will be read at the regular session Monday evening.  London, Jan 8.���������The disclosure of  details and the torms of acquisition of  Kiao Chau by Germany;.has momentarily scared the British public which,  however, now regards Germany's move  with all the more equanimity as in  the opinion of persons intimately acquainted with China, Kiao Chau bay  is of little commercial value and will  only be a source of expense to Germany. If the harbor had been commercially valuable, it is pointed out it  would long ago have been made a  treaty port, ' but it is said to be completely overshadowed by the close  proximity of flourishing Che Foo.  The province of Shang Tung, it is added, though agricultural is hardly able  to support itt population, while the  strategic value of Kiao Chau can be  inferred by the fact of Russia, in spite  of the Cassini treaty,al!owing Germany  to occupy it. Altogether Kiao Chau  bay is not likely to be a bod of roses.  The British government maintains a  sphinx-like reserve regarding Chinese  affairs, and there are no further revelations ot her intentions beyond the  statement made by the Manchester  Guardian, January 3, and cabled at the  time, which was unquestionably the  official view of the situation.  As a leading diplomat remarked recently : "The Statesmen of Berlin and  St. Petersburg must be strangely unobservant if they imagine that either  Great Britain, tho United States or  Japan will allow them the monopoly  of the plums." It is amusing to notice  Russia and France courting Japan.  Both of them are in deadly fear of her  forming an offensive and defensive' alliance wit 1 Great Britain. As a matter of fact, there are things much more  unlikely than the eventual alliance of  Great Britain,, China and Japan, and  the contingency would acquire still  more probability should Great Britain,  as it now seems certain, guarantee a  Chinese loan. At the present moment,  so far as Great Britain is concerned,  the loan is the kernel of the whole  question. It is not believed that  the Chinese loan, if completed, will  effect silver, as the money is required  to pay the Japanese war indemnity  and would not be sent to China.  Therefore, silver could be utilized in  part payment.  The stock exchange here continues  to be undisturbed. It is believed that  current events will eventually be for  the development of trade. The Spectator is much pleased with the announcement that the United States is  inclined to support the British demand  that no exclusive privileges be, granted  to any individual power in China, and  says : "Nothing short or a direct menace cr aggression would attempt, any  combination of the continental powers  to face the whole Anglo-Saxon race,  united and resolved."  Tbe following are late registrations :  Wonderful Group Mining Co. Capital '  $1,000,000 in $i shares. Head office  Sandon. E.J. Field, attorney.���������American Boy Mining Co. Capital $1,000,000  in $1 shares. Head office Cody. H.  Callaghan, attorney.���������Miller,. Creek  Mining Co. Capital $1,000,000 in *1  Bhares. Head office Spokane, Wash.  E. J.-Fisld; Sandon, attorney.   ���������   '    ' '���������   '  Mr. Kehoe, expert of the Canadian  Exploration and Development Co. has ''  returned from a" visit to the Northern  Light Group on Forty-nine ereek anil  in all probability the property -will  pass from the Bright Prospects Company to Mr. Kehoe's company. The  selling price ia S50J00O.  A strike, of importance is reported in  .  the lower tSnnel of the   Silver   King-  minc.   It is an ore body   at   least   20  feet wide and 200 or 300 feet in length. '  It was   run   upon   unexpectedly,   not'  haying been located by   the   diamond  drills and is said to be the richest eil-;i  ver ore ever encountered in  the mine.. '  It is now an undisputed fact that the  British Canadian Gold Fields Company -,  will erect, a concentrator near the , Le-  mon Creek townsite early in the spring, ������������������  the machinery for which will be taken  in on the snow.   The company is  tak- '  ing this step in order to be in position "  to handle the ore from their - two   properties���������the  Howard'  Fraction    and/  Golden Wedge.   Both of these   properties are high grade ��������� free   milling . gold  propositions, and have turned'out wonderfully well.���������Slocan City News.,  MINING RECORDS.  Recorded  at New Denver.  LOCATIONS.  Jan 10���������Texas Boy Fraction! Four Mile, J E ���������  Barrett and J Nunn; Edith, Houson, George  Manson. ��������� > ,     '  ASSESSMENTS.  Jan 4r-Mollle O.  Jan 5���������Alabama.    , . ,  Jan 8���������Nettle Fraction.  " -. ��������� j   TKANSFERS.  Jan 4���������Rainbow i, S L Goldb������rg to John H   ,  Wurely, Jan 4. . - '       -  .  Jan 5���������Young Dominion *, Devenport i, A  E Price to J W Boyd, Jan 6. -  Little Jumbo, Gipsy, Good Hope, Shakes-' ���������'  peare } lu each, Levi w Hedrick to Francis  O'Reilly, Dee 17. . ��������� .  Same���������Frank Savage t������ same, Deo 17.v  Jan 7���������Lake Shore i, Randolph Sarders to  E J Roble and J W Salmlnen, Jan 7, $50.  Jan S���������Conder j to each, F G Fauquier, to A  E Fauquier, Chas S Rashdal]   and  Edward ���������  Stewart, Deo 10, $10.  Jan 10���������Billy D, J H Corry to A E Fauquier,  July 22.  Mountain Nymph {, M Arnold to R S Hart,  Jan 5. '  Recorded at Slocan City.  TRANSFERS. ^  Jan 1���������Montezuma i, R M Covington to S  T Walker. , r  ,  Jan���������Viking Ns 2 and Phoenix Fraction,  GeoHAytaryto Viking Gold Mining Co.  AT THE   HOTELS.  Balmoral���������Hugh Macdonald, J. Mac-  leod, W. D. McKay, Chas. Burnside,  Kaslo; P. A. Brady, McQuigan; Bay  Watkins, Bossland; John McLarn,  Whitewater; Tom Norris, D. McPher-  son, John McPhee, Nelson; J.Lawrence,  Hot Spring.  FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by millions of mothers for their children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suflering  and crying with pain of cutting teeth. Send  at once and got a boltlo of'Jirs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" lor children teething. It  will relieve tlie poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it. mother-,, there is no  mistake about it. It curc-s diarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  soltonblhegums nnd reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone nnd energy to the system.  "Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething is pleasant to the taste and is the  prescription ol one of tho oldest and best  lemnlephysicians and nurses In the United  States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle.  Sojd by all druggists throughout the world.  Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  Sandon���������Thos.Henderson, D.McLen-  nan, Nakusp; Edwin Cunning, Kaslo;  Grant Thorbairn, Hugh Brady, Silver-  ton; Jas. Brown, McGuigan; A.J. Campbell, Vancouver; Jas. Curran, Chicago;  B. Mcintosh, Montreal; Fred W. Turner, New Denver; Mrs. F. Blench, Slocan City; J. F. Berg, Spokane;. A. J-  Carnpbell, Victoria;'J. G. Moody, Boss,  land; H. D. Kennedy, Calgary.  Goodenough���������H. W. Thompson, F.  Darling, W. H. Grant, F. W. Peters, H.  E. Beaslev, Nelson; G. D. Potter, Spokane; W. Hargraves, Winnipeg; T. B,.  Ellis, J. Burns, J. D. Kendall, C. Kendall, J. Towers, D. T. Macdonald, Vancouver; F. J. Finnicune, New Denver;  J. B. Hastings and wife, Bossland; W.  A. Carlyle, Victoria; G. W. Hughes, D.  Macpherson, Concentrator.  Black's���������P. B. Wallace, Toronto; F.  Casto, New Denver; Thos. Dougall,  Gr-mby;C. E. Perry, Rossland; Thos.  Parkinson, Thos. Morley, J. R. Martin,  John Hirch, Jas. McMillan, 'B,. Randolph Bruce, Ed. Ferguson, Nelson;  Howard Chapman, Victoria; H. Byers,  Kaslo; S. D. Weaver, Trail; JE. Armsby,  Roscbcry; A. H. Wallbridge, Vancouver; G. S. Thomas, Sam Katz Spokane;  H.L. Johnstone, Nakusp; Robt. George,  Slocan City; C. J. Richy, San Francisco; John Madagan, Three Forks.  TWINGING SHOOTING PAIN.  Mr. Wm. Dyson, Guelph, Ont. says":  "My experienc with Doan's Kidney  Pills proves them to be a splendid  medicine for any one troubled with  backache or urinary difficulties. I had  bad pains in my back and shooting  pains all over my body, together with  dizziness and sleeplessness. _ Through  the use of Doan's Kidney Pills I am  now entirely cured and feel braced up  and as young as ever I was,"  -'-fT  I ���������     1 * 1 ���������J* I  v   Ay*  ,'itt   -f^  y -   w-  ���������.Km*  ���������' ^S  .* ;.-:'Tsi;s"-'a:*.,.Vj  ���������������������������*:<.'    1i'*.V���������.;.  Ai-.i*j-_i.jj.������f^-i_'_���������������:_���������'.. THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1898.  The Mining Review  tANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY JANUARY 15, 1898.  SuBhCiumoM $2.00 Per Yeah"  Strictly in Abvnace.  SANDON'S RESOURCES.  ,We   give   elsewhere   statistics   that  should open the eyes of the country as  to the stability of Sandon. .. There are  some   who   pass through, and   others  who' live, in surrounding towns, that are  disposed, to ; sneer at.. the  place,   be-  . cause  "it is built in a gulch", and declare 'it   can never  amount  to much.  There, of course, are people who part  their  hair  in' the   middle���������who can  never see below  the surface and allow  external  appearances, , to warp   their  prejudices.      The statistics,   however,  carry their own argument, and are the4  all important  matter   to men   whose  judgement is worth considering.    The  statistics, show that  during   the  year  lations between outlays and dividends  will materially change.  Though the year, locally, has not  been a good one, owing to a prevailing stringency, the fact that the C. P.  R. has more than doubled its passenger traffic issuing over g,ooo tickets  against less .than 5,000 the previous  year, has its own significance.  When we add to this again die circumstance that $182,370 has been  expended on new buildings to say  nothing of improvements on older  ones, it must be conceded by an unprejudiced mind, that Sandon has not  only a mineral backing (hat will bring  it to a foremost rank, notwithstanding  its "gulch location" and as some of  the papers jeeringly say, absence of  sunlight, there is also an enterprise  in its people that will r-arry it through  to the front rank. With our city government now in the hands of go-  ahead, enterprising representatives a  new impetus will be given to local  improvements that will work its own  advantages.  further than that interference is undo lirable. If it' can be done, by a  m .tual agreement between both parties  ��������� the government and the express  companies���������it would be well for- the  go\eminent through their'railway mail  clerks to handle the express business  ol the country, as it could be done  ni :ch less expensively than at present.  On most lines of road, the mail clerks  a.c never loaded with duties, and the  ad lition of the express matter would  not give them moie than they could  handle, lopping off the salaries of tlie  ex ra man, to lesson the expiess rates.  This is one leform for which the couu:  try is loudly calling.  _/5Vi It is a painful  ^-'vVu'lit to see an  ~~j^<r^f otherwise   robust  \>\yiiw lnan limping  Sg^ along on s. eiutch  1 <jil or cane, a sufferer  GOVERNMENT CONSISTENCY.  there were 24,789^ tons of ore  shipped from this camp.' The are not  made up by adding the shipments of  the whole country around, as do the  Kaslo papers, to show the output of  the'.'Kaslo, mines." To be honest, we  may.say the output of the Noble Five,  properly,speaking, belongs to Cody,  and that of the Queen Bess to .Three  Forksj'as well as those ofa couple of  smaller, mines to those places, but they  are-the shipments of Sandon and as  such we give them.  Th'e statistics of employees, too, are  very eloquent in, .themselves, and show  that, about, 1,200 miners are working  night, and day in mines tributary to  Sandon and spend most 'of what they  do 'spend in the city." For the, reason  that "many of them' are   single,   their  'H\ 'J.  . 1/       '      f       * ' '  operations t do, not circulate as much  money in the place as a'corresponding  number might spend in other places,  but none the less they show the magnitude of the mining industry of this  section, and its vast richness awaiting  further capital for development. As  ' some of our larger mines, such as the  Payne, the Star and the Ruth are  owned by private companies, who are  notxdm'pelled" by' law to publish all  the details of their operations, we  Cannot give our statement of dividends  as a fact, but it is made up from the  best   information, we   can. get,  and  shows that Sandon mines have vielded  }' ������������������-'.   . >u ��������� ���������..'  '������������������x.    ��������� ��������� . ..' '    ���������������������������  '  a profit   in  the   neighborhood of $3,-  000,000   to the shareholders   the past  yean    It is,a'question, taking interest  on monejr invested,  wages  employed  in operations,' etc, etc.   if the  whole  province of  Manitoba  netted the entire population   that much money out  of   wheat- the  past  year,   which  was  considered   a , good   one   for farming  -   Operations.      Of course   the   circumstance   in  favor  of  Manitoba  in   a  comparison is in the'fact that the   receipts of agriculture   in" that province  are held by the local population, while  those of mining  around Sandon  are  largely', as in' the case   of the  Payne,  the   Star and  the_ Ruth,    held    by  outsiders.     The Reco  and  some of  the smaller mines are  a   marked   exception which is very advantageous to  the city.  The figures have another very appealing' argument���������that   British' and  not .American capital   should be invested here, and that residents should  by government be aided more liberally  with means to develop their holdings.'  Some   ,may think  that  as there is a  great disparity between the number of  miners employed,*,the output and the,  dividends of the several mines,  there  must be  some  good   management in  some   of them   and   bad  in  others.  Though this is always the case in mining camps as it is in farming, mercantile or other operations, the figures we  have given do not prove  that contention  as there is  a great difference   in  the  value of  the ores   of the   several  mines, there are no two of them in the  same  stage of development,   and   no  two of them with   the   same   facilities  for handling  their outputs as regards  trails,, tram's  and concentrators.    The  mine   that   has  the  poorest relative  showing, may be the  most efficiently  managed of the whole number.  In'this connection we may, however, say .the Star people are making  no eflort to get the best results from  expenditures by stoping their best and  most improved sections of lead , they  are keeping development well in advance of stoping so that at any time  they wish' they can have for a time  much better results from the same  labor,  has  it)  That was u  pretty cheeky piece of  business,    whoever  inspired   it,   collector Sproat, of New Denver,   or the  government���������we refer to 'the raid on  Sandon's business men   last week  for  six months'.business licenses.    Sandon  was Gazetted a city  some weeks ago,  and   is,     therefore,     relieved     from  payments  of   this  character   to   the  government,   as the city is thrown   on  its   own   resources  for   the   mainten  ance of   local  government.      It may  be   that   tlnough a   technicality,   as  tHe   city  has   no,  revenue-collecting  machinery   till   its  council   holds its  first meeting,   the government  is  permitted to operate in this way ; but the  operation smacks   too much of an un-  principled pettifogger, to be the act of  a   respectable government.    Swooped  down on as they were before  our first  civic elections were held,   the people  felt they were  insufficiently protected  to resist the hold-up, and most, if not  all, of them   paid   their $5.00,   a six-  months'  license,   netting   the   government some $400.    Had   the  demand  been for  a   months'   payment   before  our council was in fair working oider,  but  few would  have thought much of  the petty theft, and allowed it to pass;  but as a half-year's collection has been  made and a revenue   taken   from   the  city on which in part it expects to subsist, the matter will have  to be looked  after. '   <  In all such cases where hotel licenses are paid in advance to a government, and incorporation takes place  after, a refund is asked for and invariably made to the municipality.  No doubt the same will be the case in  this instance,' and in the face of the  prospect, where was the sense in putting the country to the expense of a  collector's fees? It appears to us that  if the government were as watchful in  all other matters as they were in this  the people would have more public  fmprovements for the monies raised.  It is now nearly a year since the  government placed a sum in the estimates for a lock-up in Sandon, and  nothing has since come of it, on the  plea that it is inexpedient for the government to make an expenditure in  the place in view of its separation and  civic independence, notwithstanding  the very large revenue the place has  yearly given the government. In  the face of this plea for withholding a  voted expenditure, they set to work  and fleece our business people after  the act for incorporation is declared  passed by their own hands. The one  act side by side with the other is a  strange assurance of governmental  consistency, to say the least of it.  One thing the electors should see to  to-day  in  justice   to   all,  is that   the  representation    at   the  new   council  board is properly distiibu'ed over  the  city. ,   Even    though   the 'best    men  should all reside and have their interests in   one portion   of the place,   the  aldermen ' should be chosen   from   all  sections of the place, and all interests  represented as fully  as possible.    Of  necessity  there will have   to  be three  'committees at least:    Finance, Board  of Works, and Health and Relief, and  three good men   should be chosen for  the chairmanship of these, as on their  ,'houldcis will most of the work of the  council fall.     Another   thing   to look  after  will   be     the   selection   of   a  competent   clerk.        lie    should  be  thoroughly conveisant  with 'all municipal   usages, all law relating   to civic  institutions,   and ever have   the   work  of   the   council    so    prepared    that  it  would   be   taken   hold   of at  the  proper time,   and that nothing  would  be overlooked-until too late.     In fact  if a studious, careful, systematic clerk  is chosen   the running of the affairs of  the   corporation   may be   made   very  smooth fiom the very start.  /   ^/>v\     vlt'tij m!U1   ^ho   keeps  /   ^A    V *"*  Wood   pure  / \    Y and rich.    There  1I J..^-V i-'' iwt one way to  *l��������� ���������'-���������<?������ do this.    That is,  to .keep the digestion and os<;iiiiila-  t;on ptn'.-it .md  the liver and  bowels active.  All    c-isjs   of  promptly cured  by Dr. Pierce's  Golden Medical  Discovery. It  c:i...le'- a keen,  !k .'ly appetite,  corrects all dit,  orders of the digv.-t.tion, Mid all wiaki.es>-,  of the stomach. It niaVts the assimilation  pei feci, the liver active, the blood pure and  rich ������ith the life - qiving elements of the  food, the nerves biioujr and steady, and it  drives all iinpuiitie> and abnormal acids  fremi the blood. It allays inflainnuiiion and  di'-pe-K pain. It 1: the great Mi'id tinker  and fle=;li-uiiilder. Il doc uol make corpulent people moie coipulenl. Unlike cod  liver oil, it does vo>' binld flabby flesh, but  teats down the unhealthy, half-dead tissues that constitute coipuleucy, cairies  them away aud excrete* them, replacing  them with the Si 111 tj-^ues of health.  Thousands have testified to its merits..  Sold at all medicine stores.  "I have been afflicted with rheumatism and  kidney trn'ilile," writes Mr C. 11. White, of  Grove" Geauga Co , Ohio. "I .spffcrcd uutold  pam. I wn* afraid I would lo^e my mind. At  times was almost rr.tiiely helpless. There had  not been a nielli ihi thiec ycai1- that I could rc^t  in any position. I tried" Di. Pierce's Golden  Mcihc.il Discovery. I used three bottles of it  j*ud am well of both diseases."  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant I'ellets cure constipation. Constipation is the cause of  many diseases. Cure the cause and you  cure the disease. One ���������' Pellet" is a  trenlle. laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Druggists sell them and there's  nothing else "just as good."    ,  JOHNSTONE  ES.  Hardware, Sto?es  and Tinware. ���������  We are quite satisfied   that the   tax-  paycrs'of this city will not take kindl)'  to   the  voting of any large   sum    to  the mayor   at the   close of the   yeai  for services rendered.,   That officer is  fully entitled to reimbursement for any  outlay he may be at while out of town  on  city  business  but  not  otherwise.  The argument  that  he  will have  occasionally to help poor people   is not  applicable as   his duties of office obligate him in   no such way.    There will  be a   health and  relief  committee   of  the council, as there is in   all properly  constituted councils,   who will have   a  fund at their disposal for that purpose.  The only loss the mayor and aldermen  will be at is one of time, and the mark  of appreciation in election is   in small  places the countiy ovei, regarded as a  full recompense   for that.     It must be  understood at  the outset that  no   sal-  aiies will be paid to to   the mayor or  aldeimen until   the city is in a   better  financial shape to stand such drains.  Blood first of all t that is the starting point  on the toad to health. r Without it Dyspepsia, ��������� Constipation^ Biliousness, Headache,  Livr and Kidney. Complaints, Scrofula,  Ulcers and Abscesses thrive and increase in  the human system.   But with pure  Housefurnishing Goods and Granite-  ware.  Agents for Gurney's Stoves and  Ranges.  We manufacture all kinds oP'Queen"  Air-tight Heaters.  Workers in Copper, Tin and Sheet  Iron.  All kinds of Metal Roofing.  PLUSVIBER8 AND STEflWlFITTERS.  All work guaranteed. >  circulating: freely these diseases cannot long  remain. There is nothing to keep them  there���������no impurities for them to feed on.  Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood,  and drives out all impurities, waste and  effete matter more quickly and surely than  any other remedy. If you want pure blood  and good health take  l&mAocL l8Wl18,iitefc5,  Bruce White.    ���������       N. J. Cavanaugh.  WHITE & CAYANAUGH  Manufacturers of and dealers   -   '  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  <rsruC*r'  Estimates fui nishe'd.  Con* i actors and Builders.  OFFICE AND MILL. CODY, B. C.  The Reco on the other hand  /i  present  ,the  had  packing  ahd-rawhiding   though ��������� thei  mineral ranks fifst,in the outputs of the  world, as regards grade.    When they  erect their tram and concentrator re-  It is sincerely to be hoped   that the  views   of Sir Richard Cartwright  will  prevail  in the   Federal Cabinet,  and  that   the   Dominion government  will  purchase no more railways.    The lessons taught   by the operations   of the  Intercolonial Road should be a warning���������a   losing game   of $j 00,000   a  year.      Government  control   of   railways   sounds   very nice   on   a public  platform,   but it is worse   than   tooth  pulling in operation.    The  explanation is this : That under party government the management and offices are  invariably filled   by government hacks  ���������they are never on other railways, as  is the case   with the   C. P. R.   for instance,   for   their knowledge   of railroading  or capacity for business,   but  simply for what they have done for the  party in power.      Through   their  incompetency and inefficiency   then the  public  purse   has got  to suffer.    The  partizan in   office,    of   course,   wants  expensive J government control of railways for the  The Kaslo papers for enterprise forever.    In a late   number   the   B. C.  News quotes   the   Rossland Miner  as  saying 700 miners  are employed tributary   to   that camp ��������� at $3.00   a day  earning $2,100 a day.     Not lo be out  done the News  makes a   comparison  of the operations of "the Kaslo camp"  with those of Rossland   and comes 'as  far west as the Ruth   and the   Slocan  Star for its mines.    Why not  acknowledge the corn at once and admit that  Kaslo is built in the wrong place, for  mines���������it should  have been built  on  the slate rock of "the gulch" about ten  rods below Sandon   towards   our  antipodes, if it desires a mineral reputation to compete with Rossland.    With  all mines   in   operation   Sandon   has  1,000 miners tributary to it as a set-ofl  to  Rossland's 700.      Why   not   give  credit  where credit is due,   even if it  robs  the eastern peacock of some of  its tail feathers.  Anvono sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free ���������whether an  invention 13 probablv patentable. Communications strictly ronllilGntlal. Handbook on Patents  bent free. Oldest ncai.cy for scctinnf: patents.  Patents taken thioiieh Munn & Co. receive  spccUil notice, without, cliargo. in tho  A handsomely Illustrated v.'ceklv. I.arcest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, Vi a  year; four months, ?1.  Sold byull newsdealers.  RflUNN & CQ.361Broadwa>- New York  Branch Office, C25 F St., Washington, 1). C.  9?  '   LARGE   '^  stock: rd  select  FROM.  New.  .Goads:  Going  (Sheap*  in  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Tioprcaentation Guaranteed.  SANDON. B. C.  IIiMi!i!niiiiiiiii:iiiniiiiiiiii[iiiiiiuu!iiiinii!iiK!;ii;!n-i:rtiii5!i!!!nnniiniiini:nMiMiiiiiiniiii[iininiiiiiinii!niiiiiii[iniii!iiHHiiu  e    =  I  -5? -5 -5 -5 -= -9 -^ -^ -5 *-5 -^ -5 -* -5 -5 -5 -5 -3 v- ���������- ~ *-���������������- & &���������  crcercc-e-C"  t^t^-^j*'!^^ fe  S-S-frS-S  I The largest stock  1 of Furniture in the  | Slocan - Kootenay  | at bottom prices.  Premier Turner is prosecuting W.  C. Nicholl, H. Bostock, M. P., and  Ian Coltart of the Province Magazine  for Criminal libel. That's right. Publishers should not imagine that because they have newspapers in their  hands they are at liberty to attack  people indiscriminately.  = Bed-room Suites'to  | select from.  Carpets, Matting, Floor  Cloth, Rugs, Mats.  IRON BEDSTEADS.  Upholstered Parlor and  Dining Suites in NEWEST  DESIGNS.  COUCHES  LOUNGES  EASY CHAIRS  in stock and made to order  in any design.  , Ms ttresses in curled hair,  moss, wool and mixed.  SHOW-ROOM |  covering 3,000 ft. |  of floor space.       , |  Freight Paid |  on goods to San- |  1 don. i  D. M. CROWLEY,  New Denver.  I      For thirty years a Practical Upholsterer, and the only manufacturer in f  1 the Slocan-Kootenay. |  I ���������   UNDERT/iKIiiQ AND EflBflLniNQ.   ��������� S  = ������* =  I     A large stock of Caskets at lowest prices f  TMii!Miiii!iiiiiiiM!iMi!iiiiiiiiiiiii!niiiinniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:niiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!r  An exchange speaks of a mine that  has "-its future before it." Thai's  right. Mary's little lamb cariied its  tail behind it, but the future of anything like a tail behind il, would be  much out of place.  ^  er  Call and see one of the most complete  stocks of Stationery, WallPapers,.&o.,. in.the  Kootenay country. i  ,  LATEST  GMES  .  r  .     FOR EVENING- AMUSEMENT!  Blank Books, Church Books, Ink,. School  Supplies, Wedding Stationery, Cloth Bound  Books, Musical Goods and Sporting Goods*.  &c.', in endless variety.  A QUARTEE TON OF  NEW NO������ELa  We pay special attention to have a full  line of  CHOICE STATIONERY.  pull it has in election contests. It is  all right for a government to place a  limit on rates and charges on all roads  aided out of the  public  treasury, but  HOPES FULJb'lLLEl).  Tho following letter tells what   people think about Laxu Liver Pills :  _D<arSird,���������I jrladly testify to the  virtues of Lixn-Livcr Pills. I used to  be troubled with severe headaches and  constipation for a long time and took  these pills hoping for a oure, and my  hopes were rapidly fulfilled. I have  found them a never-falling remedy,  and heartily recommend them.  Signed,       Miss S. Lawson'.  Moucton, N. B.  4*  'is&.pst . fS* .(BIS1 . 030 ��������� &*.^. J.  (S&- <a������' <ssn"������Es������' rasas' ^^a^-ap;  Proctor & McMillan Bros.  OF BALFOUR  Manufacture a first-class article in Pressed Brick ; they are selling at low figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  4>  Kaslo  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  Next  Boor to  B. N. A. Bank,  Sandon, B* C.  M  !  i  r\  Ji  '.}  j]  'A  *  /  \  sm I  SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  SIX  MONTH'S FIGURES.  What the Dominion Receipts   and  - penditures- Have  Been.  Ex-  BACK FROM DAWSON' CITY.  J Pitre Tells of His   Experience in  Goldlields.  the  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.  barrister, ' solicitor,  Pufuo, Etc. -  Sandon,     B. C.  NOTARY  ' The statement of the revenue and  expenditure of the government for the  first half of the fiscal year ending December 31 appears in t.he official Gazette.   It is as follows :     * "  -       ,                - 1890'   <   ,       1897  Customs  $0,3S9,105   $10,071,231  Excise     , :  4,1SS.03G  Poslofllce  1,115,000  Public Works  1,973,203  Miscellaneous  337.421  3.401,931  1,700,01)0  2,008,301  629,427  '     Totals $17,122,765   $17,933,973  Expenditures $14,452,843   $13,488,170  The expenditure on capital account  was $2,362,255 for 1897, compared with  ������1,979,336 for 1S96. ' As will be seen  ��������� the ordinary revenue and expenditures,  . -whplly within, the controls of, the. Liberal.) government; has,shown for six  months5', that, the revenue , increased  about' naif a'millioh, making ah improvement over the previous yenr of  about one million dollars.  FREIGHTS  REDUCED.-  The C. P. R- Voluutarily Cuts the Rate  From Eastern   Canada.    , ,  'The Canadian Pacific Railway has  voluntarily made material, reductions  in freight charges on commodities  - shipped from Eastern Canada to the  Kootenay country. The reductions are  thoRe which the. O.P. P., at the time of  obtaining the Crow's Nest charter,  agreed to makewhen the Crow's lNest  line was completed to Kootenay river.  Under the agreement'the reductions  ���������would not be in effect for many months  to come, but the company concluded  that they'should go into effect January  1,1898.  The reductions are from 10 to 33J  per cent, and some of the commodities'  affected "are agricultural implements,  cordage, felt, household furniture, iron,  glass,' points and oils, building paper,  ���������wire, woodenwarr-, coal oil, green and  fresh fruits, rope etc.  Messrs T. Alilburn & Co.:  Dear Sirs,���������I can recommend .Dr.  Woods' Norway Pine Syrup as the very  best medicine for coughs and - colds,  sore throat,and weak lungs, which I  have ever used.       Yours truly,  Wm. Ferry, Blenheim, Ont.  Silver m tlie" Orient.  ' According to the New York Engineering and Mining Journal, ^India continues to buy silver on a large'scale,  notwithstanding ' the limitations enforced by a year of bad crops,and  famine in certain districts. The shipments from London to the British East  Indies "for the .eleven mouths ending  with November, are officially given .at  ������6,017,165rthis,y>ear1> against ������4,529,624  in' 1896, showing an increase of 32.8  per cent; and at the lower prices of the  metel-which," have {prevailed this year,  the increase'in (ihe actual quantity of  silver must have been 40 per cent, at  least.; u   ,   ���������' ,.  On'the other hand, the shipments  from London to China this year have  been only ������401,597, or ������358,054 less  than in i896. This has been partly  made up " by larger exports from San  Francisco directly, and by shipments'  from Australia. Nearly all.the silver  from the' Broken Hill mine" how-'goes  to China instead of London.  It is probably not saying too much  to prophecy that the time'"is not far  distant when British Columbia will  also ship refined silver direct to India  and China.  - J. Pitie, who leftB-ORsland last July  for the Klondyke, Jb buck again, after  three months spent in ��������� Dawson City.  Mr. Pitre was on a private mi sion,and  had no intention p-f prospecting, - but  he got a good idea of the country  while .. way.  He started from Dawson December  2, and reached Sea ttlc January 2, so  that he was just a month on the frdadr  He returned at onct; to Rossland. Mr.  Pitre says that thcie is little of starvation along the Kloxdyke. There will  be a shortage of supplies, perhaps, but  so.many.people have left that there  will be enough to carry all who remain  through the winter,  That gold'in immense quantities is  found in the creeks along tlie Klondyke  Mr* Pitre admits," but he deprecates  the tremendous rush 'that is sure to occur next spring. Th'j.-ewill be, nothing for thrm to do, and unless they get  out speedily intense and widespread  suffering must result.  Mr. Pitre says-tint Billy Perdue,who  tiiok in'somc 80 head of catfle for himself and P. Bums, met with  bad   luck,  The band of steers was driven over the  pass,   and   subsequently   slaughtered.  Part was coached by the river side and  a big raft was built, on which Mr. Perdue started down tbe   river   with   the  rest of his beef, but he passed Dawson  City about 3 o'clocli   in  the morning,  and was unible to make a landing,   although he offered a.  thousand   dollars  to any many man on   the   shore   who  would get a line out to him.     He   fin-  .ally, succeeded in   making i a, landing  about 30 miles btlow Dawson, and the  beef was still there  when   Mr;   Pitre,  left,.'for it had .been- found 'impracticable to get it' up to the town,   as pack  horses   brought  So   an   hour.     Beef,  when Mr Pitre left, was selling   at. $1  per pound for, forequarters   and   $1.25  pc-r pound for hindquarters, but it was  not much in demand at' those   prices,  since there was plenty of  plain   grub  and no groat quantity of money.  Mining Review  $2.00  per year in advance.  All Smokers Like  SANDON SAW, SHINGLE & PUNING MILL  Have in stock  Dressed Lumber.  or cut to order on short notice, all kinds of Rough and  Dimension stuff up to 46 feet long.  -1K. <Vtf,  A Well-finished Pipe, the bestsample  of'Tuliacco, Cigars and Cigarettes procurable���������and ' JACOB KELSEN has  them. He has ilso tho latest arrival oi  Fruits, and Billiard Tables for recreation    ,Gi're him n call  &Tc&n  IN FAit^i  Send a Rough Drawing in Lead Pencil of  your Idea. Improvement or Invention, with  a clear description of it, and wo will promptly IcUyouif it isnewaiidpiohaWy patentable,  absolutely Free. FREE i.Valuablc 100 pace  book "How to got a Patent." KATtlON &  MARION, Experts, Temple IJlclg Montreal. The only firm of gi zulunio eiiRim ois  in tho Dominion transacting patent business  exclusively.   Highc&c reforonecp  ���������eto  DON'T GO ON.  Don't go on suffeiing from nervous  troubles that-make strong men weak,  impotent, and unable to do tho right  thing al the right tame, all because tho  system is tobacco poisoned. We urge  you to test Milbum's Heart and Nerve  Pills.they will mal<e the blood pure  and rich,.tingling with life and energy,  and the man who f������els old they make  young.and happy again.  ring ������'Bast?  IF'YOU AllE,        "  DO NOT FORGET    .  1  THREE IMPORTANT POINTS.  MUST���������Go via SI. Paul because Ihe lines lo  that -point will aflord you the very, best  service. ' '    t  SECOND���������Scfe that the cupon beyond Si.  Paul reads via IheWinconsin Central because  that lino makes close connections with all  the trans - continental linos entering tho  Union Depot there, and Its service is first-  class in every particular.  THIRD���������For Information, call on your  neighbor and friend���������the nearest ticket agent  ���������and aslc for a ticket rending via the Wisconsin Central linos, or address  Jas. Pond, or Gko. S. Batty,  Gen. Pas. Agt, General Agent,  Milwaukee,-Wis.. - M'iSlnrk St.,  ���������������  , '    ' Portland, Or.  KILN DRIED LUMBER AND IflOULOINGS, EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED.  A large stock of all kinds of BUILDERS' SUPPLIES suitable to the local  trade now on hand, including KILN 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 all kinds of finishing materials.  HAVING LATELY RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF  r  ZZC      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,  of a first-class quality, and 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.  Alsoin stock some of the best Shingles manufactured.  ,    An inspection of my stock is requested.  Geo. Lovatt, Prop.  Don't forget our CHE&P FUEll. >> Short Slabs $r. 2 5, cart load.delivered.  The undersigned begs to inform the ladies of Sandon and vicinity that she  has. opened'a new Ladies Furnishing Store in Sandon. <  ;      1  The  northern  connecting  point   of, the'  C. Pa R. on Slocan take.  i Ti  V  SPOKANE FULLS S NORTHERN  HELS0H.5 FORT SHEPPARD RY.  RED /.!  50C.  V >  50C.  GOLD WATCH  FREE.  These watches are solid 14-carat  gold,' and our usual list price for  them, here in England is ������5 ($25)  each, but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, wc will send you  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous, offer. If  vou' want one, write us without  - delay.. With your letter send us  5fi cents International Money  Order, for which we will send you  a solid silver brooch,worth ������1, ind  ourioffer. After you receive the  beautiful watch, we shall expect  you' to show it to" your friends,  and call their attention to this  advertisement, This watch is  sent".'free .on registered post on  your'complyirig with our advertisement and our offer, and is.war-  ranted for five years.   Address���������  WATCHMAKERS' ALLIANCE  & ERNEST GOODE'S STORES,  .Ltd., 184 Oxford St.London, Eng.  Money returned If not more than  satisfied.  UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. '  15 Princes St.*; Birmingham, Ens-  "I thank you .very much lor tho  beautiful watch you sent me frcosf  charge. I have tested it for nine  months am'i it never varies ono half-a-  minute lrom one week's end to another."���������E. WlXKS.  "To clvo away a Gold Watch worth  $25 Is certainly a'splendid a'dvertlse-  mont.bat as theWatchmakers'Alliance  is the largest firm 01 watchmakers in  England.they can afford it."���������EdltorX.  Bo sure and address your lettor, I8-I1  Oxfoito Street, London, Ekgland.  THOS. E. McINNES.  CANAD1.  PROVINCE OF BBiriSH COLTJMBIA.  VICTORIA, by tho Grace ol" God, of  the  United   Kingdom   of    Great  ", Britain and Ireland, QuEEN,Defend-  cr of the Faith, &c, &c, &c.  To Our faithful tho Members elected to  serve in the LeRislative" Assembly  of Our Province of British Columbia; at. Our- City of Victoria���������  Greeting. '   ���������  A PROCLAMATION.  A.'G. Smith,' ) WHEEE-  Deputy Attorney-General J   *' AS We  are desirious and resolved, as soon as  'may-be, to  meet Our people of Our  Province of Britidi Columbia, and to  have their advice in Oiir Legislature :  NOW KNOW , YE, .that for  divers  causes and considerations, . nd taking  into consideral ion the case and convenience of Our loving subjects,  We  have thought fit, by find with the advice  of Our Excutivc   Council  of the Province of British Columbia, to  hereby  convoke, and by these presents enjoin  you, and each of yo u, that on Thursday  the Tenth day  of the month of Feb.  ruary, one thousand eight hundred-and  ninety-eight, you meet Us in Our said  Legislature or Parliament of Our said  Province, at Our City of Victoria, FOR  THE DISPATCH   OF   BUSINESS,  to  treat, do, act and conclude upon those  things which in Our Legislature of the  Province of British Columbia, by _ the  Common Council of Our said Province  may, by. the fovour of God be ordained.  In Testimony Whereof, We   have  Caused these Our Letters to be  made Patent,'ind the Great Seal  of t e said Province to be hereunto affixed t Witness, the Honourable   Thomas   R."   MoInnes.  Lieutenant-Governor"of Our said  Province of British   Columbia,  in Our City   of Victoria, in Our  said-Province, this thirtieth day  of December, in the year of Our  Lord one thousand eight hundred  and  ninety-seven,   : nd   in   the  sixty-first yeiir of Our Reign.  By Command.  y JAMES BAKER,  1    Provincial Secretary.  THE ONLY ROUTE to TRAIL CREEK  and the minora] district!, of the Col'vllle Reservation, Nelson. Ka'-lo, Kootenay  Lake and Slocan points.  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,    BETWEEN  SPOKANE,ROSSLAND and nelson  LEAVE                                       ���������   ��������� 1 ARRIVE  10.00 a.m Rossland 8.10 p.m.  S.10 a.m Nelson 0.00 p.m.  S.OO a.m Spokauo G.00 p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  1 i. .. <  Close connections at Nelson with steamers  for Kaslo and all Kootenay lako points.  Passengors lor Kettle river .ind Boundary  creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  yORTHERN  n  *'pacific railway.  Solid Vestibule Trains.  Modern Equipment.  THROUGH ^TICKETS  to Tacoma, Seattle,   Victoria. Vancouver, Portland, and California Points.  St. Paul, St. Louis, Chicago, New  York, Boston.'and all Points East, .also  European S. S. tickets.  time   schedule.  No.  No.  West  East  Depart  Depart'  10.55 p.m,  7.09 a.m.  For information, time-cards, maps and  tickets, call on or write V. 1). GI WIS, general  agent, Spokane, Wash.; or A. D. Charlton,  assistant passenger ugont. No. 255 Morrison  street, corner Third, Portland. Oregon.  Kaslo and Slocan  Railway.  TlilE  Leave 8.00 a.m.  Tie Hole  ������[.  Strictly First-class.  PORTMANN BROS. & CO., Props.  Good Sample Rooms.  Good Table.  The best brands of Liquors and Cigars  RECO AVENUE,  SANDON.  Subscribe for  The Mining Review  8.30  9.30  9.51  "     10.C3  "     10.18  "     10.S8  Arrlvcl0.50  Kanlo  South Folk  Spoule.%  Whitewator  ' Boar Lako  McGuigan  Cody Junction  Arrive 3.50 p.m.  3.15  2.15  2.00  1.48  1.33  1.12  Sandon      Leave 1.00  Subject to ohaugo without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Timo.  ROBERT IRVING,  G. F. & P. A.  GEO.  F. COPELAND,  Superintendent.  For cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  S. Campbell, Agrtit, Sandon, B. C.  lanadian  Railway  Pacific  And Soo Pacific.  The Most Direct Route to all Toints in  Canada, Unitetl States and Europe.  DAILY SERVICE.  Baggago checked   through to  destination  without change.  -The Only Line  oporating tourist cars to Toronto, Montreal  and Boston without chango, also through  cars to St, Paul daily.  Luxurious   Sleepers   and   Magnificent  Dining Cars on all Trains.  Trains leave Sandon  14 o'clock, dallj, connections with steamers for the north,  except Monday; nnd south dally,  except Sundays.  Oall on nearestl.O. P. B. agent for further  particulars/it will save you time and monoy  A. C. MoARTHTJR, agent, Sandon;  H. M. Maegregor, traveling passenger  agent. Nelson j Qoo.MoL.Brown district  passenger agent, Vancouver.  mi  NEW GOODS-^*^  NOW ARRIVING  will mtike her stock most complete in all departments.-    Styles in every line the  very latest; goods the very best, aud prices the .very lowest.  Shop three doors west from Sandon Hotel. ��������� '  COAST LUMBER.   COAST LUMBER.  has the only safe harbor north of Slocan'City;  -I  Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Mouldings,  Laths, Shingles, Doors and Windows,  Glass. Store and Office Fixtures.  It is at Rosebery where, the beautiful,  Slocan steamer ties up o.yer night' Cartel'  where the employees can bring their families. .  '.*?*���������  FACTORY AND YARD NEXT TO ELECTRIC POWER-HOUSE,      SANDON.  lots were put on the market June 28th iand  are selling:fast. You cannot afford to; tvait;  if you want a lot.    They are going' up.  ���������^ ���������%��������� ���������<?��������� sci  A'il  ���������--,��������� -bH  ,".M  ���������   '"-J  m  w  We have every   ^L  facility for ^  turning out the    J^  best Mining and 4������H  *'  Men are grading and clearing the to.wii-  site, and several buildings are about to be  erected.  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.  4-  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffc's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  4*  Cj?5  ���������Sfe������    ^Se>    ������A������  is designed to be the distributing centre for  the Slocan.  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���������Qne-half cash ; balance three and  six months.    For full particulars apply to  General Agent.  i  HOT      *-.__���������r r-Tff"wnt������- ��������������������������������� i ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� *rm ������ t ������������������iyi ���������- f i-*-m-*w   ���������y������������������ i -<t\^" ������������������������������������T'tw ip������t���������   p-"������*"*   l������Wf���������Tjrr-iT^tf1.   - "V 1-.1 ��������� IgVT TOTA' VT'JTa.TTl* ~J "*"   " *���������������������������������!������'-������������������     ijp-ri������������i-���������r^(-wm^������"imi",if������w fm tui ������������������������������������������������ 1,-1 w-pwqin���������1 ip���������i^T"   l������������������ 1��������� 7,���������   .7���������, ���������������������������y- ���������"������������������������������������- " - -������������������ -���������" ���������������������������nn--������������-i wm.n������riiipiM-ir- ���������!���������������������������!������������������������������������  "V "II ������������������*��������� -���������^���������r SiC 1*    '  " _������������������--������������������������������������r^������*  ������������r������������ J< *">n������������- 1    ���������*-������.-. r*,* -*���������������* -"-rT"*ttT'r\      *"Vn     J W  fJXE MINING REVIEW  ��������� ,i *i4-*r'  SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  ils. Harris has a lot of men cutting  wood at Rosebery.  $7,013,450 worth of ore wen1 through  the Nelson Customs house the past  year.  Kaslo wired the Sandon curlers  that  they will   be   unable   to   meet   them  ' to-day.  Mr. McCann  is mayor of Kaslo   by  acclamation,   and   H. S.   Wallace   of.  Rossland. j  0 I  Mr. R. Cunning is local agent for the  Schlitz Brewing Co., of Milwaukee-,  Wisconsin.  Mr. G. W. Grimmett paid a visit, ns  ���������.an opt cian  to some of the surround  ing towns this week.  Mr. Geo. Kydd, this city, is attorney  for the St. Kevcrne Mining Co. whose  B. C. office is in this city.  Mr. E. M. S.mdilands, this city; is attorney for the Purcill Mining Co.;  whr-se head office is in this city.  PERSON.  MENTION,  The Beak fined three of the girls the  , Other day for exercising their lungs at  a sleighing party at the peep o' day.  We hold The Rkview over one day  to cct in the civic nomination news  which , we publish in another column.  Kansas City has a gambler named  Cheatem and a lawyer nnnied' Lyre.  They have the eternal fitness of things  down there. '       f  The Nelson papers do not like it because the Byrou N. White Co. haw  changed their business office from that,  place to Sandon.  It would bother the elect to know  what takes letters ' mailed at Vancouver for Sandon via Kaslo, and 3'et  they often go that way.  Mrs. Hainwi  left   on Tuesday for a  rip to tho west.  Mrs. Brirnard gjuve a whist party to a  number of friends on Tuc������Jav evening  last.  Mrs. J. A. Smith and Miss Edna are  expected borne frum 'New Brunswick,  very shortly.  Air. Grant, of P. Burns it Co., is in  town frum Xelsun ; also F. W. L'uti-rs  of the C. P. K. of tlit: s-.ime place.  , Mr. Geigerich left yesterday for his  old home in Ponnysylvania, whi-re Ik  will spend some six wce'is visiting.  Mrs Cliffe will leave; for Toronto  next week to vi--.it her rather and  mother in that city, fcihe is taking  Horbic with her for medical treat-  men-.,. ,    -  For  Rent.  Cottage, on -SunnyMde, furnl������ued orunlur-  iiihhecl. .Apnly to Ji. S. U'lKon, Grirninctfs  Jewellery Stoic.  Notice.  Tho :C.i!cus.p and Slocan Railway Company  .-ill nppl.v lo Ihe I'arli. 11110111,01 Canada al its  .ext M.---.1011 for an act authorizing- the eom-  . nuy locoublriict, acquire ;mil operate such  ranch railway.-., as in ay from time to tunc  lo authorized by tho Ciyernor-in-Counoil  ���������lot exceeding in any one ease the length oi  1 ilrty miles.  J. V. AllMSTUOXG, Seci et.-iry.'  'a u a at Victoria, November 30(h, IS!)".  AfJ KN'l'S.- -"The bcrf Life of Her .Mule-sly I  ..ivc sr cm," wrll'-s Lord Lome about. "Quevn  "icton.-i."   A^ent* in.ike live dollar-, dally.  unit lice HHADJjKY-GAltnfiTSON C(").,  limited. Toronto.  CHURCH    NOTES.  Dan Dunn, well known in these  parts as a railroad man, is dead, aged  54 years.. ,He died .at New Denver  where his remains aro interred.  Silver   is   crawling   up   nir.-iin   and  reached 57g yesterday.   It works like  the problem of the toad climbing out  a well in the night time, and slipping  ���������   back in daylight.  Our local skaters are preparing for a  grand carnival on the rink on the evening of the 22nd. There will then be  an exhibition of the taste and beautv  of the youth of the city.  The Victoria Province owned for the  ' ( most part by   H. Bostoc--, M. V'.,   says  that the Vancouvc r  World has been  , read out of  the  Liberal partv.    Oh,  my! after all the belly crawling to be  served this way.  The Payne mine has let off some of  its men for a few days for repairs.  , They are also extending their shipping  facilities to the C P. R. to give themselves a choice of railways, smelters  and refineries.  The Roman Catholics of the place  are moving to give a concert at an  early day. It is the intention of the  committee in charge of the matter to  give an excellent entertainment from  ���������every point of view.,  "* An unknown man was struck by a  freight engine near Nelson on Tuesday.  He tried to scramble up the side of the  cut he was in when. the train approached but was unable to do so and  received probably fatal injuries.  The latest report is the Dunsmuirs,  of Victoria, have put up the money to  cover the liabilities of the Noblo^Fivc,  If this be so it will now pass out of the  hands of the liquidator, and go into  active business operations at. an early  day.  Heinze wanted SI,350,000 for his railroad and smelter. The C. P. R's. experts valued th������-m at, $550,000. The  company, however, offered $S00,00O by  way of "splitting the difference,"  but  ������������������ Heinze declared it   "no go," and it  is  , none.  Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and  Repairing.���������^Having moved my tailor  shop from Bidl'ngmeyer's and opened  up in the store opposite the 16 to 1  restaurant, 1 am prepared to do all  kinds of work in my line on the shortest notice. Prices reasonable.���������-H.  Cleve.  Methodist.���������Rev.   A.   M.   Sanford  will preach  a sermon of special interest  to   Sabbath School   teachers   and  workers among   the young people  tomorrow   morning   at   the    Methodist  church.   His theme  for   tho evening  will be :  "Will we over have righteous  government?   If so,  whin?   and  who  shall enjoy it?    Music for the evening  will consist, in.Mdditiwn to the regular  congregational sinsrine, oi a duct  "All  for Jesus"   by   Mrs. Nichols  and   Mr.  Webb;   an    offertory   "Home.  Sweet  Home" by the orchestra,  Mrs. Ardery,  Messrs. Griffith and B. Cliffe;   Leslie's  "Nearer My God to Thee, including  a  bass solo by  Mr. Webb, duet by  Mrs.  Nichols and -Mr-M. L. Grimmett, and  full" chorus   by the  choir,       Service-  commences at 7.15.  ���������Episcopalian-.���������Kev. 0. F. Yates will  conduct English church services in  Spencer's hall Sunday evening at 7.30.  Mr. Sewell has organized a choir that  will lead the singing.  PRRSBYTEitiAX.-^Re.v. J. Clelland will  preach as usiial in the Virginia hall  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Union Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m. in  the Methodist church.  AliRNTS.���������Hunk biiMnos.-. is better than for  "c:n.-ji:i-.t; al-o have better ;nid faster feline. l-iool;s. A^enM- cloariii'4 lrom $10,000 to  510,110.1 weekly. A few leaders are: "Quu.-ii  Victoria," "Life oi UTr. filadblone," -My  r.Tolii<;i 's Rib I u Stories." ' cVc-grossi ve -Speaker," '���������Klondike Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpse-, oi the Unseen." Ure.iklasl, Dinner  and Supper," '-Canada: an linc.volopedi.-i."  Hoolc on time. Outfit-, free to canvassers.  THK intADLKY-GARItETSON CO.. Limited,  Toioulo.  feu  On Clothing Made-to-ordcr for 30  Days  Onty.  e' -AtT-i  Notice.  Nolice isherebv k:v������ii that Ill's the intention of the N'alcii'-p and Slocan II til wav  Oonip.-invlo apply to Hi', railway committee  ofthc Privy Council, to sanction the building  and coii-,1 ruction ofa branch lino of railway  lrom a point nbnul one mile oast of Three  Forks to Heir Lake, a distance of about, bix  miles, lor the pnrpnue of trlvinci increased  liicililics lo business and oi ti-acsportliifr'  (ho products of ilto mini's, ainl to sanction tlie  appropriation ol ihenoecs.ir.v lands for that,  purpose under the compulsory pnwifl, vested  in the <-ai<l coinpanv, li-.- Min'rnllwnv act or  any olhernct iu it-, hr-hilf. -.imied  301VS V. AlUlSTUnXG.  Secretary Kakn.sp and Slocan Hallway Co.  Dated at Victoria, U. <J.,0������l. 20lh, 18')7.  Certificate.of Improvements.  a-^i'i  Best English Worsted  Best Scotch Tweed....  Best. English Tweed   regular priee-940, reduced to$32   regular price 34, reduced to 27   regular price 30, reduced to 24  0 si English Pan ting, worsted,regular price 10, reduced to   8  Best English Pi'nting,Twe-d,regular price   S, reduced to   6 40  PERFECT PIT AND FINISH.  You arc invited to select your own trimming. I am known  throughout this district as a Tailor���������who uses only the best  lining and trimmings in the market.  ALL GOODSARE NEW THIS FALL.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  '  Don't wear ���������'Ha.nd-me-downs" when you can buy at the  above prices.   Lea ve your order now at  OF HOLIDAY TRADE BEIDQ OYER.  We can give you a better service in the proper fitting of  SIGHT.  Test for Visual Aaxttmessl  eas&aa  ZHAO, *fCTMlxM nqQlriae wtmImi b, t.. u. of frMur,.l ���������, -n.0, nMliuhtf  MwafctHHtwU b, lit. ptvpw uIjuusmI .rjarrtcU, tu������d. Imm -^-' ���������--.-  J-"*1 "m.?* ^"1, ������li.l.ul.     TtU,Ti.l.tottUb������r.id������������l,.ifllt������������lMk������ft������M  ?*',    li>,,e*ncul*'������������>.a .bouU *������w ^KUci������.     h.j.Mtu.Lp.fWbud.Nt  T^t   ^''f���������"'l"T< "fHiHi. ai������.A 11. U|l. .1 ^,n,di2  ssm *?*"������'"-���������'���������*- "���������- *��������� ���������>-1. oh- u ��������� Hw^u,. i! Ur^ns  i^rtVSs,-;^.-"*   '"���������4���������������-'���������>������- ������> >~^~������bTb-i^  Do not fail to have your eyes tested  FREE OF CHARGE. We have the  most complete Optical stock in the  Slocan.  THE fllNERS' TAILOR.  Lot 2287.  NOTICE.  Marion Mineral Claim.  y  %  *  *  A'APOLEON'S LOSS.  Itis said but i'or an attack of indi"  gestion, brought on by over eating,  Napoleon would have won Waterloo.  Great issues depend on good digestion--  good digestion depends upon Burdocks  Blood Bitter*. "Two years ago my  wire Wfio very ill with dyspepsia".' Six  bottles of B. B. B. cured" her, and she  has had no return of the malady.',  Wm. Day,,Fort William, Ont.  Situate in the Slocan iMininp: Division ofW'est  Koolcnav District. Whore located : Adjoining the '-California." about two ml leu  ea-ifof Mow Denver.  Take nolice that T, RobertE. Palmer, ns  .-iirent for lleoriro Alcxrinder. V. M. C, Xo. 71-  000; Florence \,. Jlclnncs, K jr. C.Mo. SI."il.l:  O. .lames Marino, F.^I.C., Xo. 11181 a, and  Alexander Sprn"\ F.M.C.. Xo. 71(l')7, intend (10  days from the date hereof to apply lo thoilin-  Ing Recorder lor a Certllicate ol Improvements for (he purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant ot the above claim.     .  A'ill Hither lako notice that action under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated thlsIlSth day oIJDecoinbei-,1807.  R. K. P.ADIRR, 1'. L.S.  McCallnm k Thompson-  QKIflflETT,  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  r.i^rj  WHOLESALE  RETAIL BUTCHERS  Golden Bros. Old Stand,  Sandon, B. C.  liUt HII  Bidlingmej'er's Old Stand.  Prices lleasonahh-.  STEVE ENOX, PKorniKTon.  ���������-4������  ������.  NORWAY PI  Is  Sure  ' To Cure  COUGHS  AND  COLDS.  Price 25 Cents.  4>  c*fca������  it  .���������?k.  To WHoia It  W. FURNIVAL ���������  "Tiik" jMl-i-o-iutile Auctioneer, ia now  prcjiarcd In handle ail kinds of merchandise, mining moeks. Sec.  Parlies wishing -o consult bim.r^lcasp  addi-f.'s W. FURNIVAL, P.O. Box 117,  Sandon. B. 0.  Licensed Auctioneer for tbe province  Poultry, Fi,sh and' Game in Season.  Liberal dealings and Trade solicited.  ^tB8^������a3C������fc/^j������5^  S������e^������  L  s s  TtfCtKlS^UOa.  ���������������������fea'      -������������������!������  The Cameronian at Slocan City hr.s  shipped one car of ore to Nelson, and  is getting ready the second. In tho  cross-cut from the overhanging to the  foot wall, a distance of some 24 feet, a  magnificent ledge of rich ore has been  found all showing the mine has a most  successful future in store for the owners.  Henry Craeiner has again been sentenced to death at Seattle for the murder of Mrs. Mueller and child. The  date of execution was set for -March  25th; Craemer has long booed to prove  an alibi by a man who is alleged to be  in Canada. His only hope of mercy  now lies with Governor Rogers. The  luan wanted in this case to prove the  alibi is Jack Qnincy.  Messrs. Lawrence & McIOnzie have  leased the Sandon Steam laundry, am  are mo.ing all tluir business lrom the  Reco laundry 10 their now premises.  They are both experts, and with the  assistance of the best hands on both  staffs they hope to give their patrons,  with their vastly improved lacilitics,  every manner of satisfaction. Their  lip-town office is at Gale's barbershop.  The Epworth Leage was recently entertained with an interesting leetun  from Mr. Cliffe on ihe subject ol As  trnnomy. This was the second ol a  series which Mr. Cliffe ha-, eonsenlci  to deliver under the auspices ol tin  League. His add rets covered ni-inv  poin's ol interest and cxj'.I.uik - problems ili.it are uiwolv.ible b.. the ordinary reader. At, the conclusion the  Le.iguc- expressed ils appreciation in a  hearty vote of thanks. -[Com.  It is singular tho law or thio pro\-  ince makes no provision for the -ns-ss  ment of chattels and p< r-sonal effects,  while the Inundation ot taxation is lo  make '-very man contribute to ibi  maintenance of his municipality ii  proportion "to his actual wealth A--  the law stands if one man has SlO uOt)  worth of real estate and nothing else,  and that is mortgaged for$G,000 he his  still to pay taxes on ������10,000, on $6 000  more than he is worth, while another  man who has $10,000 w.orth |> of store  effects, cash or personal property ol  any kind pays nothing. We ha e  some 30 representatives in the Local  House legislating, for the people for  the last 27 years and all this gross injustice has gone this long unnoticed.  THE  RUBLIC.  For latest iSYw York styles in  Clonk and Uiessniaking. go to  C'nnieron it Jackson, opposite  Hotel Kootenay. AIao Needlework of sill kinds done. Satisfaction guaranteed.  . ^0. j^  0* .0*.  WHOLESALE WINES  <  AND LIQUORS.  IS-  SLOCAN STAR STREET  mODERATE PRICES.  Wc have this day leased the dining-  room of our house, the Victoria Hotel,  to Mrs. May Bertram, who is an experienced, pleasing and entertaining  hostess. -She has every facility for  accommodating a largo number of  boarders, by the day or meal; and will  spare no pains in making her guests  c-rnfortable and pleased witli her  attractive tables.  BORENE & McLELLAN.  Whitewater, Jan. 1st, 189S.  PROVIDENCE FUR COMPANY,  40 Westmixsthr St., Providescr, R. 1.  . Wants all kinds ofKaw Furs, Skin?,  Ginseng, Seneca, <tc. Full prices guaranteed. Careful selection, courteous  treatment, immediate remittance.  Shipping Tags, Hopes, furnished free.  Write, for latest nrioe circulars.  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  the heaviest garment. All work done expeditiously. We cill for goods, and  deliver in any part of the town.  UP-TO.VVN OFFICE, C. GALES' BARBER SHOP,  Next Slocan News Co.  tfi  IDEAS I  Can bo ea'ilj- transformed into Foiitu.vks  ,i properly hnndlcl.   We assist inventors lo  -u-leet their inventions and secure for them  ���������o btronRcst claiius possible under patent  1 n-s-ADVICE FKBE. Free: 100 pagfe-Mus-  --ilodbookon Patents.    MARION & Ml.-  -io.J*.mf aborts. Temple Building, Mont-  "������.,    T?ll0.0,,1Fflrm of graduate engineers  i tie Dominion transacting patent business  jxel usively.   Highest references.  OS.3SStS������SSE^S^SS  iH.J-WM.j-lj'I.Pt  i.fSj'M'wn.fi  *      I   Unit   ���������    ������   ���������  At Sandon, Rossland, Kelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  '"   Sandon. Slocan City.  ^^5^'^^iWAlS^S^  wmm  c Just received one car of Seagram's,  Walker's, Gooderham & Warts' Whiskey ; also mixed car of Foreign  Liquors.  Write for prices before purchasing  elsewhere.  SANDON.  HRST-CLdSS HOTEL.  RATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; 110.50 PER WEEK.  Sandon, J3. 0.  H. I. McDonald, Proprietor.  i"Ss|    m r   ��������� .^j  ST--!" '  1  ���������>    r."   ������ "*> I"    "i  .   \ ������������������ ��������� - 1      ' .'i������������������i       ���������'.       ������       -'.'I "���������     '   -. . I' f".     .hi ''       .   H t       ��������� ��������� *    \*    ���������* ���������������' '        , ' ������ ������ ������  i '.���������' \   ' '       V     -    ' ������        ''i-       . 'If Ii i"\ ���������   *       ���������       i"!i  "������������������".^i".   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