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Array SftMPLE  COPY.  'J  0/  ^C^C^tg:  4 j > J**'&������\  //  ' '       i       4  YOL. 2.    NO. 5.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  [L S]       THCS. R. McINNES.  CANADA. ' ,     '  PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, <fcc, &c, &c.  To Our faithful the Members elected to  serve in the Legislative Assembly of  Our Province of. British Columbia,  and to all whom it may concern,���������  Greeting.       ' ^  '  A PROCLAMATION.  NOTICE.  The first'sittlng of tho Court of Revision  for the purpose ol heanng all complaints  against the Assessment lor tho year 1893, as  made by the Assespor of the City of Sandon,  B.C., will be held at tho Council ehamher.  City Offices, Sandon, on Wednesday, the Oth  day oi July, 1898, at 2 o'clock, p.m.  -.- ' (Signed,) -  FRANK C. SEWELL.  1 WHEREAS We  Attorney-General J  *; hs  D. M.EBERTS, . V������  attorney-General J TT have thought  fit, by and with the advice and consent  of Our Executive Council pf Our. Province of British Columbia, to dissolve  the present Legislative Assembly of  Our said Province, which stands prorogued until summoned for dispatch  of business.  NOW KNOW YE that   We   do, 'for  this end, publish this Our Royal. Proclamation, and do hereby dissolve   the  Legislative Assembly accordingly, and  the members thereof are  discharged  from further "attendance on same.  In  Testimony Whereof   We' have  caused these Our Letters to be made  Patent, and the Great'Seal of British  Columbia   to  be hereunto   affixed:  Witness, the Honourable   Thos.   R.  McInmes,    Lieutenant-Governor    of  Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of  Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh   day   ot  June, in the year of  Our  Loid   one  thousand eight hundn d and ninety-  eight, and in the sixty-first^ year   of  Our Reign.  i   By Command.    " , '  .' B."H.'TYRWHrrTDRAKE,  -   .      Registrar of the Supreme Court.  APPLICATION FOR 'RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  If I  TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SLOCAN  RIDING OF WEST KOOTENAY      !  ELECTORAL DISTRICT." j  Spaniards Could Not( Withstand  Amer  ican Gunnery.  Notiee is hereby given that at tho next  meeting of the Board of License Commissioners lor tho City of SaDdon, > I shall apply for a  renewal of my liquor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue, in tho City ol  Sandon.  WM. SUDROW.  Sandon, June 10th, 189S.  Certificate of Improvements,  THOS. R. McINNES.-  NOTICE.'   '  c.  Rawdon Mineral Claim situate in the Slooan  Mining Division ol West Kootenay. Dis-  tric Where located: Joining the,oast  side line of tho Bluebird Claim an Carpenter creek.   ..  Take notice that I, Charles A. Stoess, ol  Kaslo, B.,C, acting as agent lor James L.  Montgomeri V. M. C, No. 4C50 A, and Daniel  C. Corbin, P.M. C. No. WtA. and GeorgeD.  Potter, F. M. C. No. 4750 A, Free miner's Certificate, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to applv to the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of Improvements, lor the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced belore tho  issuance of sucta.Certiilcate of Improvements  Dated this 30th day of April, 189S. ^    _  'CHARLES A. STOESS.  ' VICTORIA, by the Grace "of God, ol  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland, Queen", Defender of the  Faith, &c, &c, &.     -   , .  To the Returning Officer of the Slocan  Riding of West Kootenay Electoral  1   District: t  WHEREAS His Honour the Lieutenant Governor of British  Columbia  has, by a- Proclamation bearing   date  the 7th'dav of June, 189S, been pleased  to dissolve* the   Legislative   Assembly  . of the said Province; and whereas it is  necessary to hold  Elections   through,  'out tho said Province to fill the vacancies caused by such dissolution,     Wo  command you that, notice of the   time  ���������'and place of Election being'duly given,  you do'cause Election to be -made, according to law, of One Member, to. ser-.  ve in the Legislative Assembly of the.  Province of British Columbia, for   thc  Slocan RidL.g of West Kootenay Elec-  ��������� toral District, and that you   do   cause  ,the nomination of Candidates at   such  Election to be held on tho 25th day   of  June, 1898, and do cause thc   name   of  such Member.when so elected, whether  he be present or absent, to be certified  to Our Supicme Court, at the   City   of  Victoria, on "or before thc 31st   day   of  August next, the  Election,   so   made,  _ distinctly and openly under Our   Seal  duly indorsed upon this Our Writ.  Ii   Testimony  Whereof,'   We    have  caused these Our Letters to be made  Patent under the Great Seal of   Our  -   said Province of British  Columbia :  Witness, the Honourable Thomas R.  McInjtes, at Our Government House,  at Victoria,this seventh day of June,  in the theyearof OurLord ono thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.  By Command.  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  Certificate "of Improvements.  NOTICE.  VictorlaNo. (1 Mineral Claim iituafce  in    the  Slocnn Mining Division of West Kootenay District,  about  ono-hnlf mile from  Sandon and northeast of the Argo Mineral Claim. . ~ , ,  Take notice that T. J. M. R. ITalrbairn. act-  in" as agent for  G. D.  McMartin,  F.   M.  C,  SOOt A; T.P. Durham, F.M.C., 20618 A; Thomas  Milne. F.M.C , flll> A; Thomas Irwin. F.M.C.,  JS17 A: G. D. Scott. F M.C.. 8505 A; A. R. .Tohn-  ston,F.C.M.,55')A:W.I\:.LeiKhton,F.M.O.,'i51A.,  intend, sixtv days from the date hereof to applv to tho Mining Recorder for  a Certificate  of Improvements, lor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim1  And further take notice that notion, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho  issuance of such Certi llcate oi Improvements.  Dated this Hth day of June, 1S9S.  Certificate A'. Improvements.  NETICE.  PROVINCIAL   SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  His honour tho Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleased to appoint the  undermentioned persons to be Collectors of Votes, under the provisions  of section 16 of the -'Redistribution  Act, 1898," namely:  John D. Sihbald, of Revelstoke, for  the Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.  Alexander Lucas, of Kaslo, for the  Slocan Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District.  Roderick F. Toi.miis, of Nelson, for  thc Nelson Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.   -  John Kirkup, of Rossland. for the  Rossland Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.  And His Honour the Lieutenant-  Governor has been pleased to appoint  thc undermentioned person to be a  Distributing Collector, under tbe provisions of section 17 of the said Act,  namely: - .  In  thc former Electoral District of  West   Kootenay,   Gixmai: A. McF.ut-  . lasd, of Nelson.  Victoria, May 20,1898. 4t  Elvira Msneral Claim situate in ' tho Slocan  Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Whero located. On Havne Hill,  northwest ofRulo about 2,000 feet above  Carpenter Creek. ,  Tafco noticp that, I, J. M. R. Fairbalrn. aet-  ng as agent for G. D. McMartin and T. P.  Durham.Free Miner's Certificates, Nos. 509IA  and 20018 A. intend, sixty days Irom the date  hereof, to applv to tho Mining Recorder lor a  Certificate oi Improvements, for the purpose  ofoblaining a Crowu Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that aotion, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuanceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th nay of June, 1S9S.  Gentlemen,���������At the request of a large  proportion of the community representing every section of the Riding, I bog to  announce myself as a candidate lor your  suffrages in the coining elections.  In respectfully soliciting your votes  and support I declare myself, a supporter and follower of the Hon. J. IT.  Turner as the Leader of the -only Party  in tkis Province with a defined policy  and coherent existence.  During my eight years residence in  this District I have been a consistent  supporter of his party in recognition of  their attitude in meeting, and in cases  anticipating, tho requirements and expansion of this great mining region.  I am in favor of the following reforms:���������  1. The abolition of the Tax upon  working miners.  2. The abolition of the Mortgage Tax.  3. The distribution of ��������� seats in the  Legislature in direct proportion to population.  4. I do not approve of the policy of  the late Legislative Assembly in using  their, influence to exclude foreign- railroads, such as the proposed railroad "to  Boundary Creek.  5. I favor certain revisions in the Min-'  eral and Land Acts, particularly of some  easy plan by which the holders of claims  can advertize out their defaulting co-  owners.        . -  6. In filling all- government appointments I am in favor of appointing bona  fide residents of the dhtrict in all cases  where such can be" found competent to  act.  7. I believe that the Provincial Legislature should bring all the aid and influence at its command to the assistance  of the lead mining industry, especially  in the direction of obtaining stronger  recognition from the Federal Government at Ottawa of the importance of  this industry and the disadvantages under which it now labors. "   '  If you do ine the honor to elect me as  your representative I - will at all times  endeavor to protect and further the interests not only of the prospector but  also of all those employed in and around  our mines, recognizing that our entire  community is dependant upon "* the  mining industry. .      '  I am, Gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  "   ' John L. Retallack.   -  THE    GOVERNMENT    OF   THE  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Provincial Seciietaiiy's Oitice.  1 8th June, 1898.  Notice to Provincial Taxpayers  NOTICE is hereby given   that .those  persons who desire to take advantage of the lower rate   for the  current  year must send the amount thereof to  me on or before the 30th June, instant.  JOHN KEEN,  Provincial Assessor and Collector.  Kaslo, B. Cf  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  O IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gov-  *~L crnor has been pleased to make  the following appointments :  30th June, 189S.  - Alexander Sproat, of the Town of  New Denver, Esquire, to be a Gold  Commissioner at New Denver,'a Stipendiary Magistrate within and for the  County of Kootenay, and a Deputy  Registrar of the Couuty Court of  Kootenay, holden at New Denver.  [L.S.]       THOS. McINNES.  -      . CANADA.  PROVINCEOF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  [L.S.]       THOS. R. McINNES.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint  .-Fletcher S. Andrews, Esquire, to be  Returning Officer for-the Slocan Riding of West -Kootenay Electoral District ; and  His Honour tho Li ufcenant- Governor has been pleased to appoint and  declare the Government Office, Kaslo  to be the place for the nomination of  candidates for election to tho Legislative Assembly in the Slocan Riding  of West Kootenay Electoral District.  * GENTS.���������Book business Is better than for  years past; also have hotter nnd faster Helling books. Agents clearing from $10,000 to  $10,000 weekly. A few leaders aro: "Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," "My  Mothor's Bible Storlos," 'Progressive Speaker." "Klondyke Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpses of tho Unsoen," Break last, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: au Uncyclopedla."  Bonlcs on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  THE BRADLEY-GARRETSON CO.. Limited,  Toronto.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  thc United Kingdom of Grca* Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, &c, &c, &e.  To all to whom these presents shall  come,���������Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  D. M. Ebduts. } WHEREAS We  Attorney-General j ' * are desirous  and lesolved, as soon as may be, to  meet Our people of Our Province of  British Columbia, and to have their  advice in Our Legislature, We do make  knowmOur Royal Will and Pleasure to  call a new Legislative Assembly of  Our said Province; and do further declare that, by the advice of, Our Executive Council of British Columbia,  We have this day given orders for is  suing Our Writs in due form,for calling  a new Legislative Assembly for Our  said Province, which Writs are to bear  date on the seventh day of June, instant, and to 1)0 returnable ������on or before the thirty-first dav of August  next.  In Testimony Whereof We have  caused these Our Letters to be made  Patent, and the Public Seal of the  said Province to be hereunto atfized :  - Witness, tho Honourable Tnos. R.  VTcInnes, Lciutenant-Governor of  Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh day of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in the sixty-first year of  Our Reign.  By Command.  B.H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  'Victoria, by the'Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, &c, &c, &c.  To  all  whom   these   Presents    shall  come.���������Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  - D. M. Euerts, f WHEREAS it  Attorney-General. ( v* is advisable  to establish the following polling  places in the several and respective  Electoral Districts hereinafter named.  NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of  the authority contained in the "Prov  incial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-"  Governor in Council declares that the  following polling places shall be, and  they aro hereby, established for the  several Electoral Districts, the names  of which ace set opposite such poking  places, respectively, that is to say :���������  PoltjngPlaces.      ElectoralDistutct  Playa Del Esta, via Kingston, Jama-  ica,July 4.���������The thiee Spanish cruisers  and the two torpedo ooat destroyers  that were bottled up in Santiago harbor were pounded into helpless hulks  by the guns of Sampson's fleeet on Sun.  day, in a vain attempt to escape from  the harbor. Thc vessels were finally  bcalhcd in a last eflort to save the lives  of as many of the crews as possible.  Cervera on board the Cistobol Colon,  headed his fleet in au attempt to get  away at about half-past 9 o'clock in  the morning. So little were thc Americans expecting ihe dash that the Now  York, cruising up the coast fo the east,  returned only in time to see the finish  of tbe fight, and to fire a shot or two  at the torpedo boat destroyers. >  Tbe Iowa, the Indiena, the 'Orecon,  the Massachusetts, the Texas, thc  Brooklyn and the converted yacht  Glouster formed in position to give  battle as soon as the Colon was sighted  rounding the wreck of the Merritnac.  The American vessels did riot open  fire at once.  They waited until Cevera's ships  were out of the range of Morro's guns  before giving battle.  Cervera headed to the west, with the  Colon in the lead, followed by thc Viz.  caya, thp Oquendo and the torpedo  boat destroyers, all firing rapidly.  All tho American battleships^opencd  fire at once and thc Spanish were soon  in a hurricane of shot and shell, but  tbe Colon kept bravely on until within  about ten miles westward from Morro  castle, Admiral Cervera turned his vessel to shore and beached her.  She was blazing in a score of placf s,  but her guns kept at woik and the  white fia<r never showed until she was  completely disabled.  Tbe Oquendo and the Vizcnya,which  were opposed by the Iowa, tlie Texas  ahd-thc Indiana, wont down to defeat  with fearful swiftness, covering only  half the distance made by the Colon  before their captain,"; rjyi them asbpre,  Their crews fought with desperate  bravery, but ther courage was no match  for our men, and their superior gunnery.  The Spanish shells went wide for the  most part, but the American <gun fire  was marked by merceless precision at  the two cruisers, the Oquendo and thc  Vizcaya, both of which were beached  not more than a quarter of a mile  apart.  The most dramatic feature of the  battle was the contest between the torpedo boat destroyers and the Glouslcr.  The latter was struck several times  and is the only American vessel reported damaged.  At the first Glouster fired upon  them with her six pounders, but they  ran past her and engaged the battleships. Finding the fire too hot they  turned and attacked the Glouster  agaiu until both destroyers were afire  and had to be beached while their  crews threw themselves inte the surf to  save their lives.  Just before this the New York-came  up and assisted in giving the finishing  touch to the destroyers.  There was explosion alter explosion  from the beached vessels.  It was at first reported that Cervera  was dead, but this was afterwards  denied.  opening as it did into the chamber be  tween the two pistons, which was in  constant communication with the  smoke stacks. As the piston passed  bade on tlie return of the slroke and  eo ered the main-exhaust port. The  valve or supplementary exhaust passed  out through the nozzle in such a way  that the, main exhaust operated to  create a vacuum in the cylinder. The  valve and valve motion of the ordinary  engine could be used in the device.  In answer to a question Mr. Peterson  remarked that the device was a Canadian invcntion.'the 'inventors being  Messrs. E.W. and W.F. Cleveland) both  Canadian citizens. Up to the present  Canadian money had developed it, and  Canadian manufacturers and the management of the intercolonial railway  nad assisted greatly iu bringing it up  to its present stage.  The advantages claimed for thc device over the ordinary cylinder were:  The back pressure is overcome, and  there is no condensation. If water  could accumulate in thc oylinder,each  stroke of tho piston would sweep it into exhaust. Th" compressor is controllable so that a beautiful indicator  card can be produced.  '  The speed said Mr. Peterson,  would  be limited only by   thc   condition' of  lhe road and Llie   reciprocating   parts  and the brakes.   There was no   reason  why many of tlie roads now in  operation could not run their trains   on the  straighter portions of their lines at the  rale of 100 miles an hour.   The device  further enabled the engineer to get his  train   under speed   promptly.     The  strength developed would   be   proportionate to the speed and would greatly-  iucrease the tractive power of tlie locomotive    The resulting smoothness   of  operation, continued the speaker, following the application to the device to  an engine on   the   Intercolonial   road  had been favorably co'mmcnted on  by  the driyers who had used   thc   engine,  and who explained it by   thc   absence  of opposition in tlie   cylinder.     As   a  consequence, there was far less strain  on thc reciprocating   parts,   and   the  wear and tear on the road bed  as well  as the cost of repairs would be greatly  reduced.   A saving in fuel of from '25  to 40 per cent, would be effected, and a  like saving would be   made   in   water  evaporation.  Mrz-Pefcerson added that" the" device  might be appllod to anything intended  to develop steanTpbwer, such as portable traction, electric, stationary and  marine engines and locomotives.  IR. IK uim  Kaslo "  Ainsworth ,  Pilot Bay ,  Argenta   Sandon   New Denver   Silverton   Slooan City |- West Kootenay  Robson        ���������Slocan  Jubilee Point, Hotiser Riding  Lake   Whitewater Station...  Three Forks   Deer Park   Slocan Junction, C. &  K.R'y   In Testimony Wherdof We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent  and the Great Seal of British  Columbia to be hereunto affixed:  Witness, the Hounorable Thos. R.  McInnes, Lieutenant-Governor of  Our saiy Province of British Columbia, in Our City of .Victoria, in Our  said Province, this fifteenth day of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in the sixty-first year of  Our Reign.  By Command.    -  A CAMPBELL REDDIE,  Deputy Provincial Secretary.  NEW CYLINDER INVENTION.  Since the Whitewater Deep com  pany made their recent purchases in  the place it nas made rapid   advances.  Tho Whitewater hotel is being overhauled arid improved. Thc company  are erecting a large club room and as  say office and several residences are  under way.  Politics are raging here as elsewhere.  Messsrs. Buchanan and Retallack addressed a public meeting on Friday,  and Messrs Green, Cliffe and Carney  one on Saturday with Mr. Fraser in  (he chair. . We are not gifted with the  spirit of prophecy but we fairly believe  that out of the 70 votes in the place  Mr. Retallack will not poll a  dozen. This is probably why in the first  draft of polling places Whitewater was  ignored. It w.is only through the  exertions of Mr. Green that Whitewater was given a polling place  M. L. GRIMMETT,  clfairman of tue convention oi? inco-  feitdent   elxotohs,    and    fellow  Electors of the Slocan   Riding   of  *    West Kootenay :  Ilaviug been nominated by a repre  sentative convention of the Independent  electors of the Slocan Riding of West  Kootenay, over which you presided, as a  candidate for the representation of the  riding in the Legislative Assembly, I beg  leave to accept the high houor thus conferred upon me, and to assure you that if  clected,as I feel confident that with your  active assistance and support J shall bs,  I proposed to labor earnestly and constantly for the promotion of the material  interests of the riding without distinction  of locality, and of the Province of British  Columbia generally.  In accepting the nomination thus  offered me I desire to state briefly the  position which I shall assume upon  questions affecting district and provincial  interests.  I believe that the so-called Turner  Government has not dealt fairly with the  question of representation. Representation by papulation is the only fair and  equitable manner in which the Legislative Assembly may be constituted. The  necessities of an ephemeral government  should form no element in acting upon  such an important question.  Expenditure upon public works should  I believe, except iu extreme and important cases, be kept fairly within the provincial revenues, and in most cases  necessary works and improvements' of  local interest should be decided upon and  recommend by local advisory boards,  and undertaken under the supervision of  the provincial engineer and not left to  the' tender mercies of a gold commissioner other similar officer.  I believe that there should be revision  of the methods in which the provincial  accounts are kept, and such system adopted as will eliminate all doubtful and  worthless assets and such true and plain  statement of expenditure arid assets be  made as will truly and fully indicate to  the plain and average citizen tjie condi-  I If!  The Kootenaian prophesies that R.  F. Green is a defeated man, as it can  already' be seen in his .bearing. If  the .Kootenaian would only observe  the rousing receptions that has' been  accorded Mr. Green all over the con-  Ftitnency it could not help but see  that Mr. Green must feel anything" but  depressed in spirits.  The Kootenaian excuses Mr. Retal-  lack's Sunday meeting at Jrhrse Forks -  on the ground that it is the only day  miners are free. Are not the miners -  ol Thrre Forks subject to the same  regulations, as those of the rest of the  Slocan? Was it not the. party's convenience, and not the miners', the') ro-  moters had in view.  It is hard to imagine what would be -  the outcome of Mr. Retallack's paradoxical position,   should   he   by any  chance be elected.   He is* professedly,  a   consistent follower of the Turner  irovernment.wlule attempting to stand,  on the more, popular opposition platform.   If he should stay by'his platform he would be false to his leader  and should he be true to his leader he -  must betray the electorate that would  give him their confidence.  '. A: A  , j   '   i IB  I   ' *. s   " '^f'  '    7   r^Ml  ���������- -'Ji-jm  uch  MISSIONARIES IN UENORA.  To be Adopted on Government Railway  Engines���������������������������Speed of 100 Miles an Hour.  > Thc department of railways and  canals of thc Dominion government  have decided to fit out all locomotives  on the government road with the  Cleveland cylinder for (heir engines,  a new Canadian invention by which it  is claimed that the speed of trains can  be increased at a less cost of fuel.  There have been extensive trials on  the Intercolonial, which have proven  satisfactory. Mr. A. M. Peterson, of  Port Colbome, late of Brandon, is com-  pleteing arrangements witli the Intercolonial for its adoption on that system.  Speaking to a representative of thc  Montreal Star, Mr. Peterson stated that  the main features of the device were a  double piston, large central exhaust,  and the application of the suction of  the inductive principle to the nozzle.  Each cylinder had two piston heads on  one rod, and coiisequenlly the cylinder  was longer than that ordinarily in use  on locomotives. Near thc centre of  the cylinder a grove was cut in its wall  0f sufficient area to afford an example  exhaust under any conditions. As the  piston passed over this point the exhaust assumed the characteristic of an  explosion rather than  anything   else,  The Church in thc Pioneer Days of the  Stickine Route.  Thc pioneer church of Glcnora is the  tented house of worship of James Prin-  gle, Presbyterimi missionary of thc  Presbytery of Canada. Rev. Piinglo  reached Glenora curly last month, and  has already formed tho acquaintance  of cvrry man in town. Ho holds services every Sunday in thc tent���������when  he can't get a crowd to come to thc tent  ho hunts them up and addresses them  on the street. He is an old hand at  pioneer missionary work��������� was at  Winnipeg from 1SS2 to 1SS6, and at  Port Arthur from 1SS6 to 1S93.  Bishop Ridley, ol New Westminster,  held Episcopal services in the Clcari-  hue store in Glenora last Sunday.  Rev. Mr. Apple yard and wife arc  stationed here toropiescnt the Episcopal church.  Father Corqcl rcprcsonts the Catholic church in Glenora, and holds services Sundav morning in the Nugget  hotel. He has been hero two weeks  awaiting companions, and instructions  from his church, and will go to Tcslin  when they come.���������Glenora News.  SUMME1? WEAKNESS.  _ If you feel weak, run down, easily  tired, lanqiud���������have your system  strengthened an invigorated by Milburn's Heart aud Nerve Pills. They  make weak people strong.  tion of the provincial finances*.'' !  *^I bolievo that theie ~sn'oi?ia* be-- s  laws-enacted and promulgated as will entirely prevent the competition of cheap  oriental labor with that of the "white  citizen. -  " I believe that legislation, hitherto prevented by the local government,should he  adopted to remove tho unjust tax imposed upon the mine laborer, and the  industry of the worker in metallif������rous  mines be placed in the same position as  chat of any other classes of laborers.  I believe that encouragement should  be given for the construction of railways  intended to develop the resources of the  province, and that the railways bonused  by the province should bo under provincial control as to time allowed for  construction, freight and passenger rates,  aud such other regulations as will protect  and guard the best interests of the  public whose funds have contributed to  the raads constructed.  I believe that the interests of the province and of each of its constituent parts  will be best promoted by anSntire divorce  of the local govemient from all close  corporations and companies which find  profit in preying on .the provincial resources without making any adequate or  even small return'for the benefits which  they eno.  I believe that the mortgage tax imposed by theTurner governmen t is unjust,  inequitable and unfair; a direct imposition upon the infortunate debtor  temporarily compelled to place a charge  upon his property. I should, therefore,  in common with some of the foremost  provincial financiers labor for its prompt  romoval.  1 believe that "West Kootfnay, which  contributes so largely to tbe provincial  revenue, should reeene a larger sum for  the development of the district than has  been hitherto allowed by the government,  and tho provinci d revenues should be  expended within the provinco and no  devoted to extra provincial schemes as  lias been pleged by the Tut ner government.  I believe 'hat no important amendments should be made to thc Mineral  Act affecting the prospector or mineral  claim owuor until the great body of  miners in overy section of the province  has boon consulted and their views  ascertained.  I have the honor to be, gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  R. F. GREEN.  Some one' with more zeal than discretion   posted   up'on, the  bulletin"  board, near   the Sandon post office   a '  special    of    the   Kaslo  News    purporting to be a report of Mr. Carney's  speech at the opposition meeting here,  but which was so twisted and doctored'  as  to be' unrecognizable by the one  supposed  to-have given voice to it, or, -  ���������indeed,  by any one else wh������ attended'  the meeting.   But, like the boomerang  ,in the hands of the small boy, its only  effect' will be against   the party   in '���������-  whoso interest the misguided heeler '  throw  the missle.    Several on   both  sides    were   heard   condemning- the  "dirty work," and, at least, one voter  -  was heard to say, "Well, Mr. Retallack  jvon't get my vote now."  The   tactics  employed   by some of   '  the   government press to prove tlfeir  zeal and, assuredly,   their  disintered 7 ,  interest, are very amusing.    It.was  this which led the Kootenaian, in-re--  porting'-th"������ meeting" In" the Virginia. '  hall, to proclaim it a "rousing govern-  *,  ment meeting," when every one, >riot>  so oiased could see that it decidedly  turned in favor of Mr. Green from'the.''  moment of that gentleman^ appear-"  auce on  the platform.   The fact that  -  at ths close of the meeting,' of thc two -  cheers given one was for Mr. Green the  other for the chairman showed which  way thc wind blew.   Strange that this    .  same  Kootenaian    should   call'   Mr.  Green "the school boy," not because of-  inability to put his  views and pledges  before the electors���������which he certainly did in a olaer and convincing manner���������but because, perhaps, he did not  soar into the realms of oratory.   From  the sorry plight in which -the government candidate  found himself, when  attempting   to corner  Mr. Cotton "on  the question of the opposition leader-,,  ship, and the comments of some of-the    -  assembly,   it would appear tbe shoe  should go on the other foot.if it should   ���������*  be worn at all.   As to the  comments'  ancl attempted criticisms  of  the fly-  sheet up the grlch we will treat them * '  with  the notice they deserve,-and as  we are assured the intelligent electors .  and public do, silent contempt.  When  a print, to gain attention, has to resort    -  to personal comments   and falsifications it is time   to call in a washer-    .  woman.  '      > ���������   ������-*M������_  '   -      1   -J?fi  i     -      s     '--'&  '   - i'l*  V-"_  V : v     ! I  . -   ��������������������������� '..-f-\l  r*   :  \r>J 1 *rT.  - ,-  "'     -���������i-\?-     rii  '���������I -.A    Gw  -���������  ' ���������  '\ '���������>.  ,l  k   1*  <<\ ���������>-",-  ���������������          "    T  ,"' -   Tfj  -    "1  *'*'f<  1  . " ,1*   ;*������ _,  y , 11  ; =>*>V  BROOKLYN GROIINC.  Fifty-Three New Buildings   Buili'Sinca  June.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following is a list of ore shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for thc week ending July 7 :  mink. t TONS.  Ruth '. no  Payne 150  Total 260  Fifty-three new buildings have been  erected since the loth ef June, -ind  many more are in the course���������of construction.' The estimated population  at present is about 800. All lines of  business are fairly represented, and at  least seven business houses are doing  business in unfinished buildings. Mr.  I'arkcrthe townsite owner, has the  largest store in the town and is doing  t he best business. Thc steamer Ly tton  makes daily trips from Robson. No  Chinamen are allowed to land at  Brooklyn.  fX  Sovereign   Strike.  June 24 this mine at a depth   of 500 i,  feet and   in   8oo feet   on'the   tunnel i''  struck five inches of 220 oz. lead   ore.  This is regarded a very rich strike.  WHAT Dr. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo, N. Y.���������Gents :���������Fjcom my  personal knowledge, gained in observing the effect of your Shiloh's Cure in  cases of advanced consumption, I am  prepared to say it is the most reliable  remedy that has ever been brought to  my attentention. It has certainlv  saved many from consumption. Solci  at McQueen's Drug Store.  1 It'  n, ;   ,      ������������������        r    .* ���������..   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'<3  ���������        .      -.-..,..    ���������    ' .     ii'-    ������   -.    - ��������� v- ���������     ;   .. -1  -     > ��������� ������  ���������   * i  . i       ���������  '.   li   .     -v..       . iw .     ���������     .   ' /*   ������.".t  -        -j|Ii  ,1l"     ...J   -. J    v * f*..ii   ������i   ��������� .1     '.'        3  yi-^.-,- ��������� ^1' y'j-'\    '   ;-^^i-'u^y t<^'.r������i. ���������-, i ��������� .������������������    ���������:<���������;;���������    ���������        <���������] i '        '' ^ ���������  LI ��������� i  f  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1898.  WHO WILL  GOVERN ?  Anything   wc may say at  this late  hour can have but little influence upon  the elections.    We  took  a stand,. as  we are convinced, in the interest of  the people  arid  the country,  and we  did the best we could for our, candidate, and we await the results of Saturday's polling.    We are satisfied the  verdict will be in favor of Mr. Green j  . but if it should be otherwise  we must  bow to the will of the people,  a will  that uninfluenced  must always - be respected.    We have during the contest  scrupulously avoided every thing of a  personal nature, and  kept our criticisms carefully to the matter before us  ���������the record of the government. That  there  were many who diflered with us  we readily admit, and  for those who  differed from honest conviction,  we J  entertain the  highest respect.    That  there were pressing inflnences brought  to bear on many to mould the results,  such   as   the expenditure   of public  money at the eleventh hour, is but too  apparent;   but for  the credit of the  country and   the   fair name  of  the  electorate  we hope they will have no  effect  Froma  careful examination of the  records of the government,   we are  convinced that the  revenues of  the  country .'have not been expended in  the. 'best interests of the people.    As  there are no party politics in the provincial legislature, which is of itself a  fortunate   circumstance, it   is  immaterial to -us who leads ' in the government so long as  the business of the  country is properly managed.     Wc  woiildjust as soon see Mr. Turner as  ,any one else at the  head of affairs .if  things were properly done; but to be  properly   managed   there   must   be  radical reforms.     There is a crying  necessity for a cessation of expenditures  on  non-productive investments,  diminished grants, and on more careful 'lines, to  public  enterprises and  wholesale reductions on our ordinary,  every day expenditures.    We, therefore, hope that no matter who  may  govern ,for the next four years, as the  result of ;to-day's  (Saturday)  polling,  the-reforms we'have indicated will be  effectually made.    If they are we shall.  be fully satisfied.  are going, shortly oyertake the revenue. We were unable to gether one  word from the premier while here, to  show us any sensible changes were to  be made. We were, in fact, led to  infer that the record of the past is to  be continued in the future, and that  continuance means inevitable disaster.  If the people of this country do not  want to see disaster they must return  candidates like Mr. Green, who, while  they want to see public works, employing labor, diligently continued, want  to see fewer slices of the public funds  wasted on railways, our public lands  conserved and the expenses of' government at Victoria reasonably curtailed. Electors of Slocan, you have  now an opportunity at hand to cast a  ballot for proper government. Will  you do it ?  CHEATED AT POXEI  A PAGE FROM THE UNWRITTEN  TORY OF A  UNIVERSITY.  HIS-.  Punishment dieted Out to a Dlslxoucst  Student by Society and tlio Faculty���������A  ���������Sonne Man Who Kept Step With Uil  Not Brilliant Antecedents.  Do you approve of  the policy of the presT  ent government ?    If  not then vote for. Mr.  Green.  Do you approve of  the employment of  Chinese labor ? If  not then vote for Mr.  Green, who will support the opposition in  framing laws to restrict the same.  Do you wish to see  extravagance continued and unequal, and  altogether unfair, appropriations of public  monies made ? If not,  vote for Mr. Green.  Po you want to  have representation  by population ? Then  support the man who  will stand by the op-,  position���������if< still the  opppsition���������in securing   this  measure  of  HOPE IT  MAY BE   SATISFAC  TORY.  It will be  a matter for congratukv ��������� lf        _  tion to many if the sale of the LeRoi  reiOrm Ml'.   Green.  mine to the B. A. company takes  place in the end. It is patent to  many that the deals of their purchasing agent to the present are, to say  the least of some of them, really venturesome ; and this country cannot afford ,to have the results unsatisfactory.  The company is one the strongest concerns in tthe world financially; and its  pleasure, therefore, becomes a matter  of serious moment to this country. In  short if is a matter of the greatest importance to the mining interests of the  Kootenay that their interests now'  secured should give them, at least,  reasonable satisfaction. Unsatisfactory results to ithem means a serious  set-back to the Kootenay, while satisfactory, returns means the ready flow  of English capital this way.  The LeRoi is now a successful en-'  terprise, and in the purchase of that  mine the company would have at least  one remunerative investment, which  would do much to counteract the dis-i  satisfaction with some others of Mr.  Mcintosh's .purchases that must certainly follow. - -'''  There is no denying now that the  Kootenay offers a most promising field  for safe investments, but everything  offered cannot possibly be remunerative, and many think the purchases for  the B. A. C. have not been made with  the greatest care. All, however, hope  that enough of them will turn out well  to establish the confidence of the  company in" the country. And  may it be.  so  THE  LAST WORD.  We haVe from the start given Mr.  Green a reasonable and consistent  support, simply because in the interest  of the country we see the absolute  necessity for a change in the methods  of: the-government. With current expenditures as extravagantly made in  the future, as-they .have'been in the  past, "and ordinary expenditures on  public works kept up, further borrowing is inevitable, and with borrowing  comes interest, which will,  as  things  Do you aporove of  the Miners' Tax and  the Mortgage Tax ?  If not then vote for  the man who advocates these reforms  and who, not being  pledged " to support  the government which  upholds these injustices, will be able to  fulfil his promises���������  Mr. Green.  "A word tp the wise  is sufficient."  Here is what Peter Cooper, who died  worth millions, said of a newspaper:  "In all tbe towns where a newspaper  is published, every man .hould advertise in it, if nothing more than a card  stating his name and the business he  is in. It does not only pay to advertise, but it lets people at a distance  know that the town in which you re-  side_ ie a prosperous community of  business men. As thc seeds arc sown  so the seed recompenses. Never pull  down your sign while you expect to do  business."  "Talking about poker," said a middle aged man to a coterie at Chambor-  lin's, "reminds me of something tliat  ocourred about 20 years ago at the University of Virginia. That was about tLo  liveliest epoch in tho history of tho  university sinco the war, or for that  matter of that before it, when the life  led by the students is taken into consideration. There was a big crowd of  devil may oure young 'men there, most  of thorn with plenty of money, and  they made Charlottesville and surrounding Albemarle fairly hum. These  kindred spirits formed a society which  took the name of 'Eli Bananas.' "  Hero the speaker smiled at evidently  amusing reminiscences. "Thero is no  telling what tho 'Eli Bananas' didn't  do. For tho quintessence' of mischief  and devilment thoy took the laurels.  Thero waa nothing downright bad about  them, bnfc thoir antics were awful. Fan-  tastio were tho tricks thoy played and  grotesque their jokes. Between freaks  tho Elis wero prone to pokar, and it was  customary down there for tho players  to assemble at this or that student's  room. That brings me to my story. Oug  coterie, of pokor players comprised son.  of some of tho best known and wealthiest men in tho south, and into it was  introduced a young Virginian who was  gifted with many attractive traits apparently, bnt whoso antecedents wero not  particularly brilliant. I'11 call him Dick  Lark, bnt that wasn't his name.  "Most of tha other fellows in the oo-  torie had roommates who were boning  np for the final examinations. It was  well along in tho 'spring, and Lurk had  quarters to himself on Fast Lawn. Consequently the poker began to be played  exclusively in his room. Whon tho  evening seemed propitious, the word  would'bo passed around at supper that  'three Kentuck' would be in order, and  at 8 o'clock or thereabout the players  would assemble at Lurk's. Lurk's luck  was stupendous. He won steadily, and  as the game was pretty stiff his winnings were substantial. It was noticed  after awhile that he always passed out  when somebody had a particularly big  hand on somebody else's deal, but that  he always held a top hand when there  were big ones ont against eaoh other on  his own deal. Then somebody noticed  that the seals were always broken on  the half dozen new decks of cards provided eaoh night before the game began  and that Lurk in dealing always closely  scrutinized tho cards as he gavo them  out.  "At last one night the son of a famous Confederate general who now  lives in Baltimore became convinced  that Lurk was cheating. Picking up the  deck that Lurk had just dealt and oat  of whioh he had got a hand with four  queens against au aoe fall held by a  young Kentuckian the young man said  quietly: _    '    !  " 'Some one is oheating at this game,  and, Lurk, I think it's you.'  "Now. at the University of Virginia  such a declaration, if improved, meant  somebody's death to a certainty, and in  an instant the party was on its feet.  "'Just wait a' minute, gentlemen,'  said the aoonser quietly. 'I've been  watohjug this man. Let some one examine the backs of these cards with thii  magnifying glass.'  "The Kentnokian took the glass and  closely scanned the geometrioal design!  on the baoks of the oards.  " 'By Cajsarl' he ojaculated. ,'Everj  court card is distinctly marked I' Examination by the other players quickly  proved the truth of this.  "There was a consultation over what  should be done with Lurk, who stood  with head hung down, overwhelmed  with the proof against him. It was decided that he was not worth oalling ont,  as he was not a gentleman, and the verdict was that he should make restitution of all the money he had won since  his partioipation in the game and snffei  ostraoism in tbe university. He wag  oompelled to sit down and write out a  oheok for all tho money he had won;.  the memorandum books of the othei  players showing the amounts they had  lost at various times, and he was kept  undor surveillance until the Charlottesville bank, in which he kept a heavy  acoonnt, opened next morning. Ono oi  the party rode down to Charlottesville  and cashed the check, and then the sentence of ostracism went into effeot.  "That fellow had the unheard of effrontery to remain at the university until tho finals were oompleted. He woe  there six weeks. No student or prof essoi  or servant or townsman, no man or wo  man, white or black, spoke to him oi  took any notice of him. He attended the  final balls, and no one recognized him.  He was not quizzed in a lecture room oi  addressed by a professor. Still he remained until the university closed foi  the season, but he might as well have  been in the middle of the Sahara deserl  so far as intercourse with people was  concerned."���������Washington Star.  OOOOOQ*>,*>*>|W><*0-'W**,<-<,**QOOOOO  8    - A QUICK CUBE ������  5 FOR COUGHS  and COLDS  The Canadian Remedy for all  THROAT aud LUNG AFFECTIONS  Large Bottles, 25 cents.  ' DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Limited,     ������  Prop's. Perry Davis* Pain Killer. O  New York Montreal  >oooo  o  o  coooo  STOLE A $10,000 OPINION.  She  "Widow   of  a Famous   General   Who  ' Needed Money to Dresa Wol^.  Some years  ago, the widow of a famous Union general was intimate with  the wife and daughters of a  justice of  the supreme court and was as familiar  ���������with  their home   as  with   her, own,  whioh was in the immediate neighborhood.   She was also  intimate with tho  family of a "rominont and popular lobbyist, who $} 3 supposed   to  represent  Jay Gould, ������_. P. Huutington and other  Snen  of  large interests whenever  anything concerned them in congress.    All  the  paities are  now dead, except .the  lady in the case, whom I will call Mrs  Smith.  She was a handsome, ambitious,  and  frivolous  woman, whose  husband  committed suioide by drowning himself  in his  bathtub. ' She  lived a gay lifo  afterward, but managed  to  keep many  of her old  frionds.    Knowing her lovo  of money and the fact that her income'  did not keep  pace with   hor  expenses,  the lobbyist told her that he would give  her $10,000 if she could got him a copy  of  the  opinion which   the  justico waF  expected   to   deliver   in  tho  supreme  court on the following Monday, involving  the  constitutionality of tho  Thur-  man Pacific railroad   law.   He told her  that ho know the opinion was in mauu  script and belioved   that the judge had  it locked up in the desk in his library.  Sunday morning, as soon as sho saw  the justice and his family start for  church, sho went across tho streot,  around Thomas circle^rang tho bell aud  told the servant that she wanted to look  at a book in tho justice's library. As  she was accustomed to go, about tho  house almost daily thoy thought nothing pf it, and sho was allowed to remain undisturbed .in the i saino room  with the docision for nearly two hours.  It is supposed that she had a set of false  keys, for tho juslic* said that the opinion was locked up in his desk and could  not have been'reacbod otherwise. Bnt  at any rate the lobbyist is known to  have obtained the opinion rlin advance,  and the woman was shortly after ablo  to pay'off some pressing obligations. An  investigation disclosed the facts I have  stated, and it seemed to be the only  possible way the opinion could havo  been obtained. Of coarse the incident  terminated relations betweon the two  families, and wbeu the story got out  about town Mrs. Smith found it moro  comfortable to rent her Washington residence and remove to New York.���������Chicago Record.     -  HANDKERCHIEFS WE USE.,  One of a healthy  woman's principal charms' is her  vivacity of carriage���������the dainty,  springy steps with  which she walks.  The woman who  suffers from weakness and disease  of the distinctly  feminine organism, who is troubled with backaches, stitches in  the sides, dragging down or  burning' sensations, sick headaches and the  multitude of other  ills that accompany these.disorders, cannot have  the dainty, bounding carriage of a  healthy woman.  She will show in  every movement  that she is a sufferer.  There is a wonderful medicine for troubles of this description, that has stood tha  test for thirty years, and has been used successfully by many thousands of women. It  is Dr. Pierce's Favorite, Prescription. It  acts directly on the delicate and important  organs concerned and makes them strong,  healthy and vigorous. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain. It  tones and builds up the nerves. It is the  discovery of Dr. R. V. Pierce, an eminent  and skillful specialist, for thirty years chief  consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel  and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.  This is one of the greatest medical institutions in the whole world. During the thirty  years that Dr. Pierce has been at its head  he has gained the unbounded respect of  his fellow citizens at Buffalo, and they  showed it b3' making him their representative in the National Congress, from which  position lie resigned to give the remainder  of his life to the practice of his chosen  profession. He will cheerfulty answer, free  of charge, any letters written to him' by  suffering women.    Address, as above.  "A few years ago,'" writes Mrs. W. R. Bates,  of Dilworth, Trumbull Co., Ohio, " I took Doctor  Pierce's favorite Prescription, which has been a  great benefit to me. I am in excellent health  now. I hope that every woman, who is troubled  with 'women's ills,' will try the 'Prescription'  and be benefited as I have been."  WHAT A DINNER COST8.  DOAN CUBES BACKACHE.  _- "I have been troubled for several  years with kidney disease, pains in the  back, dizziness and sleeplessness, so  that at times I could not work. Doan's  Kidney Pills which I started taking  about two months afijo have made mc  all O. K." P. J. McGINNIS, Belleville,  Ont.  COMMITTEE  ROOMS.  Mr. Green's committee rooms open  all day and evening are in Golden's old  clothing store. All who are not government supporters are cordially invited to visit the rooms and render  what assistance they can in furthering  Mr. Green's election.  Imported.  "Ah," said the Jacksonville man, &i  he sat in his luxurious library, "thore'i  nothing like a good Havana oigarl"  And over in Havana the wealthy Cuban who was smoking turned to a friend  and remarked ecstatically: "This if  what I call a good oigar. It's a Florida  product. I import it myself."���������Philadelphia N~rth American.  On nearly every block in Japanese  oities is a public oven, where, for a  small fee, housewives may havo their  dinners and suppers cooked for them.  388,600,000 Single Ones Consumed In tlio  Trade Yearly Iu This Country.  "Very few people outside the trade, "  said a leading wholesale dealer in hand-'  kerchiefs in New York to a reporter recently, "are aware that the consumption of handkerchfefs throughout the  United States amounts to about 75,000  dozen daily. This means 27,875,000  dozen yearly, or 328,500,000 single  handkerchiefs. To satisfy this enormous  demand thero are always kept in stock  in this city at least 850,000,000 handkerchiefs. It would bo extremely diffl-  onlt to say what such a supply of goods  is worth in the aggregate, as handkerchiefs sell at wholesale at anywhere,  from 30 cents to $40 per dozen, according to quality and finish. But tho figures which I havo given you are not  exaggerated,- and they throw a strong  light on the gigantic dimensions of an  important branch of the dry goods business.  "A comparatively small number of  handkerchiefs are manufactured in this  country, and those that aro made here  are mostly of the cotton and inferior  eilk variety. The finest silk goods are  imported principally from Japan, which  country sends us annually between 17,-  000,000 and 18,000,000 'Japanese pongees.' The best cambric article comos  from France and Belgium, and linen  handkerchiefs come from the north of  Ireland and also from St. Gall, Switzerland. Japanese silk handkerchiefs aro  worth from $3 to ������40 per dozen, while  the imported cambrics from Brussels  sell for from $5 to $7 a dozen, aiid the  cotton product manufactured in Pennsylvania and Now Jersey may be had'  for SO cents per dozen.  "The capital invested in this business is immense. It may possibly  amount to ������100,000,000, but owing to  the fact that the trade is distributed  nothing like accurate figures can be  given. There are six or seven firms in  the dry goods district which deal excln-  sively in handkerchiefs. But only two  of these houses handle the domestic article extensively. Most of tho large  American factories are located outside  of tho oity, but New York, as in several other branches of the dry goods business, is the great distributing oenter fo.  the trade."���������Washington Star.  A Curious Calculation, Showing- tbe Cost  of an Ordinary Sleal.  Keoently a gentleman wbo Is fond of  arithmetic made up his mind that ho  would find out how much a dlnnor really  cost. This gentloman asked how much a  simple dinner (that ho was eating) cost,  and he was tol'd 75 oentsl  He contradiotod this and then made out  the following statement about tho cost of  that dinner: Tho pepper, he said, came  from 10,000 miles away.' It grow on a little bush about 8 feot high, which must  havo had a growth of at least fivo years.  Tho popper was pioked green. It had to  be dried in the sun, and this meant employing women. Ittookono shipand 1,000  miles of niilroad to bring tho popper to tho  United States. Tho flour of whioh the  bread was made came from Dakota. Souio  ono owned tho land and that moant tho  investing of capita), and then ho had iilso  to pay wages' to workingmon. Tho fiour  had to be ground, and tho building of the  mill nnd tho plant or machinery meant  iiiose money invested. 'Tho millers had to  bu paid, coopers had to bo paid for iiu'.I.ing  tho bui-rul. and, of oourse, tho wood of  which lho bands wero made hnd to bo cut  and t'livij and shapod, and this meant' tho  employing of moro mon. Then tlio ii<>ur  hail lo bo shipped over tho railroad and  handled i!Q;;'ii) by curtmra boi'oro It came  into tiiu huiibc.  Tho tea on tho table came from China  and lhe coffoo from South America. The  cociilsh had to bo brought from Maine.  jSicn had to bu employed to catch the fish.  Other met] ffnd'womon wore omployed in  drying, packing and boxing it and it, too,'  had to muko a long railroad journoy.  'i lio salt camo from the Indian reservation in tho northwestern part of Now York  stall'. Thc spicos in tho cako camo from  the Spice, islands in tho Indian archipelagos Thocannod peaebos camo from Cali-  fiiiiin, and thoy, too, represented tho employment of capital und labor. The httlo^  (iinnc-i1 rcpi'"sented, directly or indirectly,''  tho i inplo, ment o������ $500,000,000 of capital  and 0,000, i.UU mon.���������Chicago Nows.  I  The latest Magazines arrive daily.  i ��������� .      S . u '  Wail   Papers���������the latest designs���������the  only complete stock in the city.  Stationery in every style and quality.  ce  OS SB  dbsaWftsPH  It is said that whon whisky is usod instead of wiitcr in making gltio tho mixture v ill remain' unaltered for years, will  remain perfectly liquid and is ready for  uso without heating..  Tho city of Damascus, in Syria, is bo  i-ncii'iit that no record of its origin can ba  di-uovei-ed in any written histories.  The Best Blank Books for all purposes!  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all.  LftTEST  GMES   .  FOR EVENING^ AMUSEMENT.   -  "It's habd," said Uncle Eben, "fob  or man ter exonso a boy fob bein as  foolish at 18 yeahs ob age as he wab  Jjisse'f at 25. "���������Exchange.  FOR OVKR FlFx 1 YHJlHS.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by millions ofmolhers for their children  while teething. If disturbed .it, night and  broken of yourrest by a sick child, suffering  and crying with pain of cutting teeth. Send  at onco ancl get a bottle <-f "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teethin-. It  will relieve the poor little suderer immedlat-  ly. Depend upon It. mothers, thero Is no  mistake about it. It cures diarrliceti, regulntes  the stomach and bowels, cuioe Wind Colic,  soltensthegunis .and reduces Inflammation  and giyeH tone and energy to the system.  "Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething is pleasant to the taste and Is the  prescription of one of the oldest nnd beut  female physicians and nurses in the United  States. Price twenty-'3vo cents a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the world.  Be sure and ask Jor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  Chimney or Hearth Money.  "What yon call "chimnoy money" is  the same as the houso tax 'called  "hearth money." It was established as  a means of making np the deficiency in  the revenuo granted after tho restoration  to Charles II. It was repealed by I and  II William and Mary, o. 10, bnt was  reimposed in Scotland in September,  1690, at the rate of Is. 2d. for .very  hearth. The repeal was one of the first  boons oonceded by, William on his  arrival.���������"History of Taxation," by  Dowell.        Mftvleu of tho World.  The Army and Navy Year Book rates  4he navies of the world as follows:  1, Great Britain; 2, France; 8, Bnasia;  4, Italy; 6, United State/i; 6, Gormany;  7, Spain; 8, Japan; 9, Austria; 10,  Netherlands. Under present naval contracts Japan in 1899 will go to the fifth  place, orowding down the United States  and Germany one point.  The oldest emblem of royalty ta existence is the iron crown of the Lombards. The inner strip of iron, according to tradition, was beaten out of one  of the nails nsed nt tho crucifixion. It.  toost distinguished wearers have bosn  ^^TlS2_f,_;n������, Ghsxlss V ������&������ &i$v24SSi  a<aflfflJLMI^_Tli.l'Jlmffg^tf^.a~ft ������*M^-   -  /  ~i V.-. '' J  " My little boy, aged 7 years and  15 months, was a victim of Scrofula on  the face, which all the doctors said was  incurable. To tell the truth he was so  bad that I could not bear to look at him.  At last I tried a bottle of Burdock Blood  Bitters, and before it was half used ha  was gaining, and by the time he had  three bottles used he was completely  cured. I cannot say too much in recommendation of B.B.B. to all who suffer as  he did." JOSEPH P. LABELLE, Mani-  wake P.O , Que.  There can be no question about  it. Burdock Blood Bitters has no  equal for the cure of Sores and  Ulcers of the most chronic and  malignant nature. Through its  powerful blood purifying properties, it gets at the source of disease and completely  eradicates it from,  the system.  Ifaa%g_i������������ii^  assKBEawmafflBaws*^^  Many persons cannot take  plain   cod-liver   oil.  They cannot digest it.  It upsets the, stomach.  Knowing these things, we  have digested the oil in  Scott's Emulsion of Cod-  liver Oil with Hypophosphites; that is, we have  broken it up into little globules, or droplets.  We use machinery to do  the work of the digestive  organs, and you obtain the  good effects of the digested  oil at once. That is why you  can take Scott's Emulsion.  50c. en. S'.oo, all druggists.  iBCOTT & fiOWNE,"    Chemists, Toronto.  EKK  Call and see one of the most complete  stocks of, Church Books, School Supplies,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books, Musical Goods, &c.  in the Kootenay country,    ���������-    .    ',  E  Between the B. 'N. A. and B. C. Banks,  Sandon, B. C.  it������i_v^ffiiiMWM������^.M������Mtmimmia^������Mii^^ SATURDAY, JULY 9,-, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS.  Every Constituency  Contested���������List   of  Candidates Nominated.  Vancouver���������Y. C. Cotton, J03. Martin, Robt. Macpherson and C. E. Tis-  dall, opposition; J. F. Garden, W. J.  Bowser, J. T. Carroll and W. S. McDonald, citizen's ticket.  New Vve'stmihiBter^. C. Brown, opposition; Alex Henderson, independent.  Nanaimo City���������A. McGregor, government; Dr. Eobert E. McKcchnie,  opposition.'  Nanaimo North���������J. Bryden, govern-  ment;"Helier opposition.   -  , Nanaimo South���������W.   W.   Walkem,  government; Ralph Smith, opposition.  Comox���������Jas. DunBmuir,government;  W. J. McAllan,' opposition.  Alberni���������G. A. Huff,   government;  ' A. W. McNeill, opposition.  Westminster, Chilliwhack���������J. H.  Turner, government; Munro, opposition.  Westminster, Delta���������Benson, independent; Forester, opposition.  Westminster,    Dewdney���������McBride,  government; Whetham, oppposition.  ���������   Bast  Yale���������Price   Ellison,  government; Donald Graham, opposition.  Westminster, Richmond���������McQueen,  independent; Kidd, opposition.  West Yale���������J. J. McKay, government; C. A. Semlin, opposition.  West Kootenay, Nelson Riding���������A..  S. Farwell, independent; J. F. Hume,  opposition! -  West Kootenay," Rossland Riding���������  J. McKi ne, independent; James Mar-  tion, opposition.- . ���������'  West Kootenay, Slocan Riding���������J.  L. Retallack, government; Robert  Green,- opposition.  West Kootenay,Revelstoke Riding���������  W. W'. White, government; J. M. Kel-  lie, opposition.  -East Kootenay,Donald Riding���������Wm.  Neilson, independent; J. F. Wells, opposition.  ��������� East Kootenay, Fort Steele Riding���������  Col. Baker, government; Wm. Baillie,  opposition.  Cariboo���������S. A.'Rogers, Jos. Hunter,  government; H. Helgesen, Major General Kinchant, opposition.  Lillooet West���������A. W. Smith,'government;" E. S. Peters, opposition.   ,  Lillooet East���������D. A. Stoddart, government; J. D. Prentice, opposition. "  Victoria���������J. H. Turner, H. D. Hel-  mcken, A. E. McPhillipu, B. Hall, government; F. B. Gregory, Alex Stewart;  "A. L~. Belyea, opposition; Robert Bea-  ven,'independent , ,   (  ��������� Esquimalt -C. E. Pooley, W. F. Bul-  len, government; D.-W-Higgins, W.H.  ' Hay ward, opposition;   D.   H.   Harris,  independent.   -~  South Victoria���������D. M." Eberts, government; J. S. Yates^ opposition.  -   North Victoria���������J. P. Booth, government; T. W. Patterson, opposition.  Cowichan���������W. ,R.  Robertson,   government; W. Herd, opposition.  Kara loops���������G.   B.   Martin,   government; F. J. D Caine, oppoBitior.'  Copper Stocks Booming.  -The market for copper, stocks is  booming. While the Maine explosion  caused all other securities to rapidly  decline they showed unparalled  strength. The non-dividend payers  even are advancing. Copper has advanced 12 cents all round, which  means enormous profits. Consumption  of copper is greater than its production. ' During January this country  produced 17,744 tons, an increase of  only 107 tons over January, 1897, while  our exports were   11,030 tons,   an in-  ' crease of 1375 tons. In this same  month the European output decreased  from 6695 tons a year ago to 5556 now.  Yet England, France!,' and Germany  consumed more copper by 4473 tons  than the entire production of the  United States. The visible supply in  England and France decreased 2693  tons during January and February.  Higher prices for copper stocks are  confidently predicted. Boston and  Montana   has advanced   from   15 'in  'July," 1893, to 1.88 in March, 1898, and  Calumet and Hecla  between the same  periods from 2.47 to 5.40.���������Mining Industry and Review. <.  The War Situation.  _ ���������,-Following the news of the heavy loss  to the Americans of over 1,000 men  near Santiago, comes word that on  July 3rd the Spanish fleet under Cervera was, with the exception of one  vessel, completely destroyed' bj tho  Americans under Sampson. Some  vessels were sunk others burned. No  further particulars wore given. Santiago de Cuba was expected to surrender  on the 4th as a result of this. engagement.  The above repor. has been confirmed  but nothing further has been learned  as to the engagement. '  Th<i safe arrival of the American  transports at Manilla is announced.  TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists refund tb������ money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  Milburn's Sterling Headache Powders  cure headache in a jiffy. -Try thexn,  they'll convince you. ioc and 35c,''all  dealers;  50C.  50C.  GOLD WATCH  FREE.  These watches are solid 14-cafat"  gold, and our usual list price lor  them^here inEngland is ������5 (������25)  each, but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, we will send you  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous offer. If  vou -.rant one, write us without  delny. 7 With your letter send us  56 cents International Money  Order, for wnich wc will send you  a solid silver brooch,worth SI, md  our offer. After you receive thc  beautiful watch, we shall expect  you to' show it to your friends,  and call their attention to this  advertisement, This watch is  sent free on registered post on  your complying with our advertisement and our offer, and is warranted for five years.   Address���������  WATCHMAKERS' ALLIANCE  & ERNEST GOODE'S 'STORES,  jL.td��������� 184 Oxford St.London, Eng.  Money returned if not moro than  satisfied.  ATENTION   TRAVELLING   PUBLIC.  UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL.  15 Princes St., Birmingham, Eng.  "I thank you very mnoh lor lhe  beautiful watch you sent me free of  charge. I have tested It for nino  months and it novel- varies ono half-a-  mlnute from one week'H end to another."��������� E, WlMCS.  "To give away a Gold Watch worth  $25 Is certainly a splendid iidvertise-  ment.butas thoWatehmakcn.'Alliance  is thc largest ilrm 01  watchmakers In,  .England.they can afford It."���������KdllorX.  Be sure aud addrcis your letter, 181,  Oxfobd Stiiiibt, London, England.  Make money order payablo to II. n.  Idle, cashier.  A FORTUNE.  In the event ofa  stiokc of good  fortune you can  win  5000,000 flDailis.  -Tne payment of  the prizes Is guaranteed by Govt.  1st drawing:  June 16th.  You are Invited to participate  In the  chances of winning  r In the grand drawings of prizes guar-  ,  anteed by the Slate ol Hamburg  1  In which  i! MILLIONS 349,325 MARKS  surely have to be won.  In the course of Three Advantageous Drawings, which cantaln  according to tlmProi.pectiw only 118,000  tickets, tho following Pitizns will be  forthcoming, viz:  TheHiGirEST Prize will be event.  SOO.OOO MARKS.  Premium of 30,0000 Marks  1 Prize  of 200,000 Marks  '   1 Prize   of 100,000 Marks  ���������    - -. 2 Prizes of 75,000 Marks  1 Prize-of  70,000 Marks  1 Prize of  65,000 Marks  ,    1 Prize of  60,000 Marks  1 Prize of  55,000 Marks  2 Prizes of 50,000 Marks  1 Prize of 40,000 Marks  1 Prize   of 30,000 Marks  ,     2 Prizes of 20,000 Marks  26 Prizes of ' 10,000 Marks  56 Prizes of    5,000 Marks  106 Prizes of    3,000 Marks  206 Prizes of    2,000 Marks  812 Prizes of    1,000 Marks  1518 Prizes of       400 Marks  40 Prizes of       300 Marks  140 Prizes of ���������    200 Marks  36952 Prizes of      155 Marks  9959 Prizes of 134,104,100  Marks  9351 Prizes of 73,45,21 Marks  in all 59,1S0 prizes which must be  surely won in 7 drawings within  the space of a few months.  The highest prize of 1st, drawing amounts to Mark 50,000, increase in 2nd drawing to Mark  55,000 in 3rd Mark 60,000, in 4th  Mark 65,000, in 5th' Mark 70,000,  in 6th Mark 75,000, in 7th Mark  200,000, *nd together with the  premium of Mark 300,000, in the  most' fortunate case to Mark  500,000.  The ofliciit cost for pirticipition in the first two  draw nigs amounts to    ,  Sollar *.50 for a full tlcfcct.  JDollar 2.25 for balf a tlcftct.  ZDolIar 1.13 for oncequaitcr of a richer.  i Half rcsp qinrtcr tickutii will entitle to onc-lnlf  rep onc-ritnrterof tlie amount, von by the respective  number, imnt*cl on the ticket  I hesmkes fur pirticipition mtliefollcnvinyrlrmin^s  as w ell as the e\ tct prize Uble, arc militated in tlie  OrriCIAL. TKOSl'LCTUS. which I send on c!c-  iinml etuis in idv iiiuj 1 he prospectus is also sent  jfntis with every order After the .ImtuiK I sh ill  forward .outcry tickU-hoMcr the ofiici il list of the  winning numbers  The payment and forwarding  of the amounts won  to tl������jsc concerned will hue m> special and prompt  attention, md with thc *nost absolute sccrecj.  jp_rKemitliiice of inonej can be rnde by American  1) mk notes by registered letter or Po_tofhci' Order,  Smill amounts cm also be sent b> postage snmps.  tVST On iccount of the appio idling* driwin^ ol  tlie prizes, pic isc address the orders immedi itcly m all  confidence direct to  Samuel Hecksclier Senr.,  Banker,   Hamburg, German������.  Leave Sandon for all Coast and Sound  points at 7.45 a.m. daily,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock next day.  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next day.  arrive Nelson 22.30 o'clock same day,  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive Rossland 23.30 o'clock same day.  Ilmmediate connection- made at  junction points, no delay ; quick service and superb acquipment are few of  the many advantages offered by this  line.  FROM THREE FORKS, TO CODY.  Morning���������leaving  Three .Forks,at 8  o'clock.  Afternoon���������leaves Cody at 11 o'clock.  Leaves Three .Forks at 1 o'clock.  Leaves Cody at 4 o'clock.  J. J.  Madigan.  FORTUNES IN PATENTS  Send a Rongh Drawing in Lead Pencil ot  your Idea, Improvement or Invention, with  a clear description of it, and we will promptly tellyouifitisnewnndpiobably patentable,  absolutely Free. FREE ! Valuable 100 pnge  book '' How to get a Patent." MARION tc  MAKION, Experts, Temple Bldg. Montreal. The only firm of graduate engineers  in the Dominion transacting patent business  exclusively.   Highest references  IDEAS!  _ Can bo easily transformed into Fortunes  if properly handled. We assist inventors to  .ovtcct their inventions and secure for them  lie strongest claims possible under patent  laws. ADVICE FREE. Free: 100 page illustrated book on Patents. MARION & MARION, Experts, Temple Building, Montreal. Tho only Arm of graduate engineers  in the Dominion transacting pittent business  ���������xclueively.   Highest references.  Jf ^Nothing Like Brick!  AV      ' ***-    ~~~  SPOKANE FULLS I NORTHERN  NELSON I FORI SHEPPflRD Rlf.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY  THE ONLY ROUTE to TRAIL CREEK  and the mineral dlsti lets of the Colville Reservation, Nelson. Kaslo, Kootenay  Lake and Slocnn points.  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,    BETWEEN  SPOKaNE,ROSSLA2vtD AND NELSON  leave i abbtvk  10.00 a.m.........Rossland....... .3.40 p.m. '  8.10 a.m Nelson 0.00 p.m.  --,8.00 a.������ir.rr^r.-.-.Spokane .-.0.00 p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  Closo connections "at Nelson with "'flarncr  lor Kaslo and all Kooteiinv iiipco noinrt  Passengers lor Kettle river .ind Boundary  creek connect at Marcut. with stupe dally.  Proctok & 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 pur agents.  *  Kaslo  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.'  THE LOSS OF THE HAIR  To a Lady or Gentleman is'a Great Affliction.  Who will be at the   GRAND   VIEW   Hotel, BRANDON,  ������'on Wednesday & Thursday, July 20 and 21st,  with all' kinds of   ���������  lanadian Pacific  Railway An SooPacificLine.  THE FAST AND SUPERIOR ROUTE  .TO EASTERN AND EUROPEAN POINTS. '  JO PACIFIC COAST AND FAR EAST'POINTS.  TO RICH GOLDFIELDS OF KLONDYDE, YUKON.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE dally to St. Paul.  Dntlyexecpl. Tuesday to Eastern, Canadian  ,  and U. S. polntf.  Bnssago chocked to destination and through  tickets issued.  DAILY   CONNECTION   to   the  main  lino  Soints, excepting Sunday���������to and  from  felson.  Train leaves Sandon daily at 7.45 a. m.  Train arrives Sandon daily at 4.55p. m.j  Ascertain present reduced rales and full inlor-  raation hy addressing nearest local agent  or  A. C. Mr ARTHUR, Agent, Sandon .  XV. F. Anderson.Trav. Pass. Agt������, Nelson  E. J. Coyle, Dlst. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.  BE  SURE  YOUE  TICKET  READS  ,   VIA 0. Y.-R:  has demonstrated to over a hundred thousand persons that the artificial restoration of the departed locks is nm eminently essential to their HEALTH,COMFOKT  and  GOOD LOOKS.   Of la' has added many new styles and designs to,his  large'collection and is now i osition to suit every case of bald-headedness   or  thin hair. Every lady shouk ,ee his new and artistic fashions in . Wigs, Bangs,  Wavey and Plain Frontpieces, Switches, etc. ���������    ���������  GENTLEMEN who are partly or wholly Bald should not miss tho opportunity  of seeing what he can do to improve their appearance, and add comfort and protect them against Colds, Catarrh, and other Head Troubles, due to lack of protecting hair. TOUPEES AND WIGS are made feather-weight���������detection hy the  closest observer is impossible. Why delay ? ' Secure the benefit now. You will  be thankful later on. If it is not convenient to come to the Hotel, send nam*  and address and he will call at residence.   All transactions strictly confidential.  REMEMBER   at   Grand   View   Hotel, Brandon,  Qn Wednesday and Thursday, July 20 &   21st.  Cut Hair taken in exchange, or cash paid for it.  Kaslo and Slocan  Railway.  TIHE CARD,  (fy   J$.      Jf������      Jfi. Jp������      J$>      J$t   j������3  Leave 8.00 a.m.  " 8.3G "  " 9.36 "  " 9.51 "  " 10.03 "  " 10.18  "    10.83  Arrlvel0.50  Kaslo     Arrive 3.50 p.m.  South Folk      "      3.15    ���������'  Spoules        ,"      2.15- "  ���������Whitewater      '      2.00    "  Bear Lake       "      1.48    "  McGuigan       "      1.83    "  Cody Junction   "      1.12 '"  Sandon  Leave 1.00 "  Lonvo 11.00 a.m.  "     11.20    "  CODY LINE.  Sandon  Cody  Arrive 11.45 a.m.  11.2o   "  Subject to change without notice..  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GEO. F. COPELAND,  Superintendent.  ROBERT IRVING,  G. F. & P. A.  For cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply t������  S. Campbell, Agent, Sandon, B. C.  We have every  ^  facility for fy  turning out the j[  best Mining and 4������������  Commercial **  Work that can , JL  be executed.      ^  Use a first-class line in travelling botweon  Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, and the  principal towns in Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars  in service.  Tho Dining Cars are operated in tlie interest  of Its patrons, the most olegant service ever  inaugurated.   Meals nre served a la Carte.  ' To obtain  ilrs.t-olass sorvlce your   ticket  should read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago ann Milwaukee for Eastern points.  Kor lull iniormatlon call on your nearest  tlckot agent, or wrlto  Jas. Pond,  Gen. Pas. Agt.,  Milwaukee, Wis.  or Jas. A. Ciock,  General Agent,  2J6 Stark St.,  Portland, Or.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffe's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  4*  Cj?S *3f   ���������&���������   ^V  rade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a scotch nnd description mny  qulcklv ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention is probably patentable. Cominunlcn-  tlonsstrlctlycontiaontlnl. Handbookon Tatcnta  sent free. Oldest neency for securlnp patents.  Pntonts taken throuuh Slunn & Co. receive  special notice, without churno, in the  Ahandsomoly illustrated weekly. Lurcest clr-  dilution of any scientific Joiiriinl. Terms.?.* a  your; four months, f 1. Sold bynll newsdealers.  RliONN & CO^JBroadway Njl   "  BrcnoM Office, 635 V St., Washington, D. i  Do you see this  package?  keep it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  See that this is  what' you get.  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  before the public, CLAIMED WITHOUT  OPPOSITION.  Its Advantages as a Distributing   *$?  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in Kootenay haying  both railroad and steamboat connection that can  ship goods daily to ten different towns, whereby the  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that  ,they will be received by the consignee within!two  ' hours.  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  1  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the  funnell as it were, for the railroad business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, Trail Creek and the Slocan  , must, and is now passing out this way to the main  line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming  in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  NOTE. To substantiate this: The ,C. P. R.  are now putting in. track weigh scales at I.osebery, .< <,.  the first and only scales that has been put in on any  of the C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance of this point by.the  ' Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions. <    ' 1  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point:  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being' ,  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan-Cityi ' yi  where you can step ofl the steamer to a'waiting  train and continue your journey. You can take  ^either a north or south train at this terminus; consequently Rosebery" is the best transient town in  the race. Nevertheless we claim'Slocan City  second in importance, and, would say watch the ,  head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  i_'&&1  &_?*!  -   -  "a  m  -  1".    ���������**  t  ,   ' 'X  ' }���������'"-  \f  ��������� -��������� ,  1  J  *'���������.  "���������  u    }.(l  1  4 1 ���������^���������'* v~ fjr  v         '   *S  -   r  , I  "*'''  .     v>*?J'  -  '*��������� r' *  }'  ���������S'-&<  X   -*?* =  1  1* "^-V  lir  '.;*V^'  ���������.    >.  Kills*  ,    f  *. 1^*"*''  r  -^h:  fl  "{->.V  ������^  .   > 1 *  ��������� 'Xf.V  ,'  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the careful L  observation of tlie Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in "  Kootenay for the treatment of ores the cheapest,  Rosebery was selected, and they now are erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which  will be in operation within 90 days; and it is their  intention to pay out monthly in the vicinity of 1  $100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the  largest water power from Wilson river flowing'into  Slocan Lake.  AS TO CLIMATE.  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Slocan  Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and  absolute shelter from the north; snow\always  leaves the place about the 15th of March.  /IS A TOWNSITE.  As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer. It  is possessed of all the flat land available at the  mouth of the Wilson river leading to the valley-  mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect. All purchasers of lots are safe in this :  respect. The only safe speculative townsite'in the  Slocan is Rosebery.  Why should I say the only safe speculative town-  site in the Slocan? Because Rosebery business"  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each and are  bound to increase rapidly this summer. These  figures can, and will, double before long. The  time to buy is now. Don't wait till they are from  $700 to $r,ooo, asyou did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a restaurant.  We want a good hotel right away.  We want a first-class general store. ^?T.'. ���������  We want a butcher shop. *Jff������ ''  Anyone  looking for an opening  spy out this qj&������ <  place at once. ' <_> '  Maps and price-lists on application; prices run .^,  from $75 to $200. **f*  TERMS :    One-third  cash, balance 3  and 6 \ if?  months.     For actual builders special terms can be J&\. ������^  arranged for a few lots by applying to " j n.  <f        L H. BEATTIE, General Agent, Roselm   4������:r'  ������$4u|*$4n$j 4*4*4*4*$* 4^4^43fr? ������  ,7, I  4      ���������\  ���������"���������;'' s*";  fttom  -i *'.4L  lit '    j ^1   V 4  THE MINING- REVIEW.  r,-v r.������.-.  \< zg&i ���������  TytaV^X   7  *Vr'i   c t-.T      j  r #~y^;.,;.  ������  It' -4  1 t^K' "'  It   -.A 'Xv."  I  <   -   ,'   *f^\  I������-    "fr- k,'  *rt'r  ������*--  ���������" .'Swiss; a  Hr;.'  Buff v - - '  ���������?*&"'&*..      '  ���������% #- -rr-   "  '"&>' '-  * '  ��������� JM ��������� f ,< ���������  >ffife >. - V       ,'   ,  JjKfV .    J,   *   l  ������������������>,'' ,'y   "s    '  >  r ^>^:> .- '������. \  W������������ ��������� 'i ,-,..  '" '  ��������� ���������*     ��������� -w������i -���������n "������������������  >,������.   ������. "������ -���������'     * ������" i.  SATURDAY, JULY9, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  M. L. Grimmett was at Kaslo this  week. _  H. Geigerich, of Ainsworth, is registered at the Reco.  Mr. B. C. Riblet returned Thursday  from a trip to Ymir.  The Star made a shipment of 60 tons  of ore over the C. P. R.  Mrs. and Miss Funk have returned  from a visit to.Slocan City.  Mrs. Vivian McCune left on Tuesday  for a short visit in Montana.  Mr. Swift, a Spokane drummer, paid  the city a visit on Wednesday.  Dr. W. A. Hendry, of Los Angelos,  paid Sandon short visit this week.  A large number of excursionists  went to Slocan City on Monday's train  Mr. Webb, father of Mrs. A. P.  Nicholls, is now in the city visiting  relatives.  Cure tnat'cough with Shiloh's Cure.  The best cough cure. .Relieves croup  promptly. One million bottles sold  last year. 40 doses for 25 cts. Sold at  McQueen's Drug Store.  CHURCH    NOTES.  Methodist, Rev. A.M. Sanford, A.B.,  pastor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.  Subject fcr the, morning, "The Rech-  abites," evening, "Tomorrow dependent upon to-day."  Presbyterian���������Services in Virginia  hall to-morrow at 11 a. m. 7.30 p. m.���������  Preacher, Rev.   J. A. Cleland.  Holy  Communion in the morning.  . .������������������������������  The K. of P. Memorial Service.  BUSY MEN  Miss Rose Douvell, of Walla Walla,  is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dwyer, on  Sunnyside.  After Saturday we will commence to  give full attention to the mining , news  of this section.  Mr. Buck, Miss Buck and Miss Cross,  of Kaslo, were guests at the Good-  enough this week.  This is the last issue of sample copies  <   Subscriptions till the end of the year  for $1.00 in advance.  Manager Gerrard, of the Bank of B.  N. A., K-uslo, and Mrs. Gerrard spent  Wednesday in the city.  Mr. Martin manager of the Kootenay  Supply Co., of Nelson, made a business  trip to Sandon this week.  The extensions of the wagon roads  of the south fork of Kaslo creek are  being pushed by Wm. Hunter.  Burdock Blooh Bitters cures all  forms of skin eruptions from a'common  pimple to the worst scrofulous sore.  The Queen Bess wagon road will be  commenced at once. Mr. Hirsch, of  Nelson,  will have charge of the work.  W. J. Camp, electrician of the C.P.R.  Telegraph Co., and H. Mclntyre, sup  erintendent of the Kooteny division,  came over the K. & S.  The celebration at Slocan City on  tho 4th passed off without any serious  fatalities. The Sandon delegation enjoyed a pleasant outing.  All those who attended Nelson's big  day report a good time,   the majority  being quite charmed  with the beauty  ,, of the metropolis of Kootenay.  PAIN of all kinds quickly relieved  by the use of Hagyard's Yellow Oil.  Nothing to equal it for Sprains,  Bruises, Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Sore  Muscles, etc.  Be not deceived! A ceugh, hoarseness or croup are not to be triffled with.  A dose in time of Shiloh's Cure will  save you much trouble. Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  t Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizer  immediately relieves sour stomach,  coming up of food distress, and is the  great kidney and liver remedy. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  Archbishop Pentreath, of Victoria,  on his rounds of thc country, spent  Wednesday in the city calling on  members of the Anglican church and  the ministers of the town.  The Montezuma has now six feet of  ove at a depth of 500 ieet. Jt is not  the intention to resume operations in  the mill until enough ore is blocked  out to warrant I hem to do so.  Ladies, take the best. If you are  troubled with constipation, sallow  skin, and a tired feeling, take Karl's  Clover Tea. It is pleasant to take.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  The Knights of P;, thias of the city  held a memorial service, in Spencer's  hall Wednesday evening, to pay tribute to their late departed brother, Jas.  Wright, who died at Nelson a few  weeks ago. It was also the annual  commemoration of the clcaih of the  founder of the order, Mr. Rathbone.  The service is a very j.ppropriatc one  and was conducted with order and due  solemnity. While the Dead March  was being rlaycd. the members of the  order marched in and took their  places, forming the triangle. After  the opening ceremonies, the quartette,  composed of Mrs Pitts and Mrs. Oscar  White and Messrs. Fallows and Webb,  sang "I would not live alway." Rev.  J. A. Cleland delivered a touching address which was much appreciated by  the Knights and their invited guests.  After a short intermission the officers  for tlie ensuing term were installed.  Considering the nature of the affair  those present were very pleasantly entertained.  The decorations of the hall were' in  keeping with thc services. The  beautiful green festoon dotted with  bright flowers, showing the touch of  woman's deft fingers, over the altar  was admired bj all. The whole effect  was pretty indeed.  The following were   thc officers installed for the ensuing term :  Chas. Culver, C..C.  W. E. Goom, V. C.  A. Shetland, Prelate.  L. Doolan, M. W. i  E. Emerson, K. R. S.  J. McLaughlin, M. F.  W. I. Williams, M. E.  G. M. Spencer, M. A.  O. King wood, I. G.  C. Westin, O. G.  Who find the day all too short for their numerous engagements,  and who sacrifice luncheon time rather than miss au appointment,  will appreciate a cup of       4  it is a stimulating lestoiative, repairing the waste- of the overworked system and increasing both mental and bodily activity.  BOVR1L,, Limited  50 Farringdon Street,  London, England.  25 and 27 St. Peter Street,  1 Montreal, Canada.  ToeAGGQ hear;  Karl's Clover Root Tea is a pleasant  laxative. Regulates , the bowels, purifies the blood. Clears the complexion.  Easy to take and pleasant to take. 25  cts.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  S. Ukita, secretary to Hon. S. Shim-  izu, the Japinese consul at Vancouver,  is visiting the Slocan, collecting data  about the minen, and looking after the  welfare of the few Japanesese throughout the province.  The Sunday schools of Silverton and  New Denver have chartered the Slocan  steamer for an excursion to the head  of the lake and have asked the Sandon  school to join them, which they have  excepted.   Further particulars later.  Thc Roman Catholics of the city  propose giving the second concert cf  the season on the loth inst. Besides  many of the local musicians and singers a number of outsiders will take  part, which will ensure a first-class  entertainment.  A miner named Allan Boync got his  leg badly smashed between the knee  and the ankle at the Reco on Sunday  last. He was brought down on a  stretcher and attended by Dr. Young.  His case is a bad one, but is believed  he will pull through all right in   time.  Every Lady's I-Lvir raquires attention  at times. Lot Prof. Dorenwend point ]  out what to do to preberve it and dress  it by means of his very beautiful art  spocial styles in bangs, wavcy fronts,  switches, etc. Fashion hinges on his  advice at the Grand View hotel, Brandon, on Wednesday and Thursday, July  20 and 21st.  Gentlemen, Are You Bald ?  Don't miss seeing Prof. Dorenwend's  famous Art HairCoveiing3,demonstrated  at the Grand View hotel, Brandon, on  Wednesday and Thursday, July 20 and  21st with toupees and wigs that are so  perfect in consttuction that when placen  in position on any head will defy detection. Over 35,000 gentlemen of every  profession in life enjoy the wearing of  these goods io-day. They are a protection  and comfort to the head ancl beneficial  to health. Gentlemen, throw off those  old style grandfather's caps you are  wearing in your stores, offices and residences and get nature's own protection  for baldness, hair, as invented by Prof.  Dorenwend. If you value health, youthful and nice appearancte do not stand  back, but investigate for yourself, as nd  charges are made for full illustration.  Remember Grand View hotel, Brandon.      11MI1      Big Time at McGuigan.  iely  an   occasional  _     twingo  of  yam  S|5_j!?&    round yourhoait  H?$f W    Aie you sll0rt of  f^Ss^p     breath,   norvos  jljjt^' unhinged, sensr.-  ������*)    tionofpinsiuidndedlea  ^      going   thiough    youi  arm    andrfingeie?  Bottor take a box 01 two of  Milbum'sllearfcand Neive  Pills and get cured before  things become too sellout.  Here's what   Mr.  John  James, of Caledonia, Out.,  has to say about  them: "1 havo  had serious heart  trouble for four years,  caused by excessive use of tobacco. At  times my heart would beat very rapidl)  and,thou seemed to stop beating only to  commence again with unnatural rapidity.  "This unhealthy action of my heait  caused shortness of breath, woakness and  debility. I tried many medicines and  spent a great deal of money but could  not got auy help.  Last November, however, I read of a  man, afflicted like myself, being cured by  Milburn's Heart and Nervo Pills. I went  to Bopei's drug store and bought a box.  When I had finished taking it I was so  much better I bought another box and  this completed tho cure My heart has  not botheied me since, and I strongly  recommend all buffeieis fiom heart and  ncivo trouble, caused by excessive use of  tobacco,- to give Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills a fair and faithful trial."  1 Piiee 50c. a box or 3 boxes for ������1.25, all  druggists. T. Milburn & Co., Toronto, Ont.  'F.  ^llrer City Lodge, Vo. 34, meets eveiy l<"rl-  Uay eveuing.at 7.1)0 o������cloelc,ti> Crawford's hnll.  V. C. SKAVBLU N. G.  M. Sj. UUIMMCTT, V. G. Grund.  G. W. WAITE, Itee. Sec.  All sojourning brothers cordially Invited  to attend.  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.'  BAitRi&Tim,    Solicitor,    ^Notary ,  Pupuc, Etc.  Sand03i,  - B. C.  On Milloy,  DENTIST.  VIRGINIA BLOCK, SANDON.  X ; THE....       ,' J  % SANDOJST, B. C.         '    i\  r T                               ' 5  ; ��������� 5  c " 3  < American Plan,   ������8.50 per day. \  3 European   Plan,   ������2.00 per day. \  I r                      ' i  * ���������  A Strictly First-class. \  \ MRS. M. A. OTTH, Prop. \  MAIL!  f  mmmmmwmmmm  All work promptly executed.  MEN'S  OUTFITTERS.  MINERS and the public.in general  will find all their requirements in our  special lines complete, and,in vaiiety.  Our prices also will be found quite in  keeping with the necessities of hard  times.  THOS;.BROWN & CO,  Near the Goodenough Hotel.  Sandon.  When your watch is out of order send it by  mail, and by, return mail I send you statement of repairs needed and cost of same.  I pay return postage on all. repairs from  $1.00 up.  Cleaning $1.50. " Mainspring $1.50.  A LARGE STOCK  OFiW/ITCHES. JEWELLERY, S_LYERW_1RE,  *������S OPTICAL QOODJ".  q. w. QKinnexT,  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS!  Every Representation Guaranteed.  Biuce White.  WHITE  " N. J. Cavanaugh.  CAYANAUGH -  LAXA-LIVER PILLS c-.ire Constipation,  Biliousness and Djspepsla. Price 25c.  July 4th was celebrated ai McGuigan  by a grand ball. The elite of Whitewater, Three ForkH and Kandon were  represented, and dancing was indulged  in until the "wee smi hours." Mine  nost Brown, of the McGuigan liuiise,  served a sumptuous supper at 11  o'clock. The Whitewater string b.uul  was in attendance and rendered sweet  music during tbe evening.  $100 Reward.  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and piomptly paid lor any case  of runkonnesb (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Hyun's Alcholic  and Tobacco Cure" will not cure in  two weeks. The same remedy cures  both thc liquor habit and Tobacco  ILvbit at the same time. Send to-day;  % ou either get cured or make one hundred dollars. Ssnt by mail postage  p.iid to any p.irt of thc world for One  Dollar.   Address all orders to  E. IIyax, R.A.C.  Gower Point, Ont  HUNTER BROS.,  GENERAL MERCHANTS.  THOS. U. McINNES.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  JUNE OV/NESJ,  HININQ flEM  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  SANDON, B. C.  TfejMVwm.  Strictly Eirst-class.  PORTM ANN BROS.& CO.,'Pbopb.  Good Sample Rooms. <���������  , Good Table. '  The best Brands of Liquors and  Cigars.  RECO AVENUE, SANDON.      ,  Estimates furnished.  Contiactors and Builders.-  OFFICT5 AND MILL. CODY, B. C.  Tf-M  Hi?-.  \uidJL>  Qa/liOI/S.  K>  Oo  EMULSION  The D. & L.   EMULSION  [Is lhe best and most p-iht-iUe prcpar.uion of i  Cod Liyor0il,.igicein0' withthc iiijstdelicate i  stomachs. '  The D. & L.   EMULSION  Isi prescribed by the  leading clinicians of  Canada. *       ������  The D. & L. EMULSION  l������a marvelloub flesh prodi.ctT and will cna,  you an appetite.   50c. & 51 per Bottie.  I3esuro>ouget I   DAVIS d.  LAWUVNCE  the genuine     | CO , LimitcJ, Montreal '  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  tlie United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireiann, Qeuun, Defender of tne  Faith, ttc., &c, &c.  To all whom these presents shall come.  ���������Gheting.  A PROCLAMATION  Artiiuh G. Ljiitii.  Attorney General  JW���������������e  The manager of the Hotel Reco is  putting forth every eflort to make the  hostelry attractive and convenient.  Carpenters and painters have been  kept busy of late on the exterior. A  planked walk from the C. P. R. depot  to the steps at the rear and 'the broad  balcony leading to the front will make  a convenient entranee for travellers.  Always   Cured   by-  Kidney  Pills.  Doan's  DREADFULLY NERVOUS.  Gents:���������I was dreadfully nervous,  and for relief took your Karl's Clover  Soot Tea. It quieted my nerves and  strengthened my whole nervous system. I was troubled with constipation, kidney and bowel trouble. Your  Tea soon cleansed ray system so  thoroughly that I rapidly regained  health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet,  Hartford, Conn. Sold at McQueen's  tfstlg Store.  Mr. I. Patterson, Croft St., Amherst, N.S., makes the following'  statement: '' Having- been troubled for some time with distress-  ' ing backaches and weak kidneys,  I decided to try Doan's Kidney  Pills. ^ They acted promptly and  effectively in removing- the trouble  with which I was afflicted, and restored me to my old-time form. It  is a pleasure for me to recommend  them to others."  Doan's Kidney Pills are the most  effective remedy in the world for  Bright'sDisease, Diabetes, Dropsy,  Backache, Gravel, Sediment in the  Urine, ard all kinds of Kidney and  Urinary 1 roubles. Price 50c. a box  or 3 boxes for $1.25. The Doan  Kidney Pill Co., Toronto, Ont.  Remember thc name, "Doan's/'  and refuse all others.  Deputy  it ib desirable to establish "Ten-Mile,  Slocan Lake, as an additional Foiling  Place in tho Slocan Riding of the West  Kootenay Electoral District;  NOW KNOW YE that by virturc of  the authority contained in the   "Provincial Elections Act," and of all other  powers and authorities in that behalf  enabling, the Lieutenant-Governor   in  Council declares that .the place known  as Ten-Mile, Slocan Lake, shgll and is  hereby established a Polling Place   in  the said Slocan Riding ot the said West  Kootenay Electoral Distiict:  Its  Testimoxv  Whereof ' We    have  caused these Our Letter to be   made  Patent, and the Great   Seal   of   the  t>aid Province to be hereunto affixed:  Witness   the   Honourable  Thomas  Roui.iiT MgLnnes, Lieutenant-Governor ol Our said  Province ol British  -Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in  Our said   Province, this twenty-first  day of June, in the year' of Our Lord  one   thousand   eight   hundred   and  ninety-eight, and in the sixty-second  j ear of Our Rrign.  By Command.  A CAMPBELL REDDIE,  Deputy Irovinci.il Secretary.  and the public���������one and all���������  will find out stock in variety,  assoitment, and piices all that  they requiie.  All needs can be fully met at  prices as lo*v as the lowest.  SANDON.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To -.and from Furopean points via  Canadian and American lines. Apply  forsailinydat.es, rates and full information to any C. P. R. agent or  A. C. McARTHUR, Sandon.  WM. STITT, Gen. S. S. Agt.,Winnipeg  1 HOME WORK  FOR  FAMLTES.  We want a number of families to do  woilciorusat home, wUolc or spare  time. Thc work weoonct our ivoileers  is quickly aud easily done, and returned by parcel pout tip Ilnif-hed. Good  money made at home. For particular  ready lo commencp send name and  address. THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. E., London, Ont.  1  i  1  2i=?G  YOQNQ  OK OLD  suffering from. DRAINS, LOSSES, WEAK BACK,  3MPOTENCY, VARICOCELE, etc., I say to you as  Elian to man, as physician to patient. DRUGS NEVER  CURE.    Why not use nature's own simple remedy���������  With my ELECTRIC BELT and SUPPORTING SUSPENSORY, I cured  5,000 last yeai. Book. "THREE .CLASSES OF MEN," explaining all,  sent sealed free upon lequest. Or, if you live near by, drop in and'consult  me iree of charge.  (There i> but oxe genuine Electric Belt���������and that is thc Sanden. Don't  be deceived by chea-p, woithless imitations. I have had 30 year's experience  and control patents covering every part of my belt.)  DR. R. SANDEN, 156 St, James Street, Montreal, Que.  I do not write for money ; ,  I am no idle.railer ; -  But I write to tell the story    ,  Of the famous Kootenay Tailor.  We're making clothes for the very best���������:  A nice Tweed,Suit or a fancy Test';    " -  We have clothing1 fpr every taste.  Give us a call;~ your time we don't waste.  A   FIT   WE   GUARANTEE.  Just come and have a trial,  And then my friend you'll see,  We make clothes to fit all shapes  At prices to suit the brave and free.  KOOTENflY'S TAILORS.  WHEN IK SANbON STOF AT THE  pull Prices. Correct Selection  DEALER!  ALL SHIP US  Ropes & Tags Furnished Fiee  TALLOW, QIN&ENQ, SENECA.  1 $gy- Write for Circular giving Xatest Market Prices, ������^Stt  Immediate .Remittances.  c  No Commission Charged.  200 FIRST AVE,. NORTH,  ��������� *���������  ,SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Rates S2.50 to $4.00 per day.  ***  .R. CUNNING, Proprietor.  mmm^mmssmmim^gm  MM  M Sandon, Rossland, Kelson, ,Kaslp, Pilot Bay anil Three Forks-  . Sandoa. Slocaa City.  h  ������.?'1T;  ""."H  "V-v  -  k  %'  ,V\  ���������' f  </>.  ��������� 'Ui t1!  .���������? *'���������������  "r?  if  "FT!"1'"  "Till ^  ^T-1"  rrrr  t  '2J  #    \t  ,\ *  \     X. ,  '    i  .  : !f  b       f  If  it  ��������� 1  ��������� \ 4*  "  ^ 2  -*?  2 a;

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