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 I     YOL. 2.    NO. 6.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  1*  I  I  R. E. L. Brown Has a Permanent Mine  - in the Whitewater Deep.  'I  When the Slocan'g first prospects  were opened up there were skeptics in  the camp who talked about "gash  veins," "blow outs," etc.. the formation  wasn't good; ore doesn't go down, etc.  A few years later, when some of those  same prospects were producing enough  ore to keep a couple of railroads busy,  and had attained depth varying from  four- to six hundred feet with- no  diminution in quality or value of the  ore, the doubting Thomas was still here  with his calamity cry, "it doesn't go  down."  But it does go down. That fact has  been clearly proven in the case of the  Whitewater Deep, and half a dozen  other properties are fast demonstrating  th/;t the rule is general.  'i'he story of the Whitewater Deep  mine is interesting. RE. Brown came  here about two years ago charged with  ideas of scientific mining, particularly  deep mining, the result of wide experience, and with money enough to carry  through any undertahinghe might find  offering sufficient return. He found  the Whitewater mine, a premising  ** property���������a mine���������with a big lead  K dipping into oarth at a certain pitch,  i������ and he saw value in the ground along-  \\ side. He bought it, and a few months  later, showing his entire faith in   his  tain the financial statement for the  the year. It will show for the first  time in several years that Canada will  have a surplus of about $2,000,000.  The revenue is two millions over last.  The exact figures of the expenditure  have not yet been made up, brt the  surplus will be as above stated. The  deficit since 1893 has been over six  millions. Canada has now reached an  era of prosperity as well 'a3 surpluses.  The government have now under  consideration the organization of the  Yukon territory under a new council  to be appointed with the seat of government at Fort Selkirk. It is understood that Major Walsh does not want  to stay as admii istrator, and that William Ogilvie will be appointed to take  his place. All the ether councillors  will likely be taken from the chief  officials who are now out there.  The Slocan Rolls up a Majority  103 for Mr. Green.  The Returns   From   Different   Parts   of  the Province.  0  FROM THE GAZETTE.  The  Latest ^Incorporations,    Appointments and Orders Issued.  i \\ undertaken, he acquired all the   avail-  it able ground surrounding.    After a year  ft of unremitiing work attended by heavy  Hj expense, Mr.   Brown, finds   abundent  & proof ������f the correctness of his theories,  | himself and associates the possessor of  i ji'of a valuable mine,   and   the   country  ^ for having proven beyond   the  perad-  )jt venture of a doubt that the ores of the  *f. Slocan go down to the lower depths,  a    To-day the Whitewater   Deep   may  ft fairly be listed as one of the country's  (.Abig mines.   Its first tunnel   taps   the  ' .vlead at a distance from its   portals 'of  ^800 and at a depth of 1,000   feet   from  Ji the apex. Above this point and before  \it is cut off by   the   Whitewater  side  Inline, there is an average of 300 feet the  1 entire length of the ore   chute, which  yj has been  demonstrated above   to   be  '> more than 1.000 feet.     The   average  :4 width of clear ore   in - this   bJock , of  {1 ground is 12 inchesKand grade, higher,  i). if anything, than that of  the   White-  i'Water.   Turning on the lead Mr. Brown  has drifted 210 feet in  ore   the  entire  distance.   No stoping has been  done,  but   from   the   drift   and  a   few   up-  K  |, raises, designed to block   out   ground,  S the ore house has been filled, and with  such an extent of available stoping  ground, steady shipments might be  i commenced at any time. His plan  i however, is to push ahead development  ,������! with a view to uninterrupted shipping  ft operations from the beginning. To  SY this he is pushing ahead on the drift  i{, with three shifts, making on an average 4J feet per day, while other shifts  ^are blocking out the ore above as the  f drift proceeds.  5^ A force of men is now" engaged in  $f clearing a site for a power and com-  jjpressor plant at a point below the town  k. and on a level with the K. & S. track.  ���������'|lhis done and the plant -now enroute  "from the east���������in position,   a   tunnel,  beginning at the samepoint,and reach  ������ ing the lead at a distance of 1,800 feet  ^and 500 feet below the present work-  .��������� ings, will be started. This tunnel can  ������ be completed in a year and  when   the  fore shows up in its face, and there is  small doubt that it will, the Whitest water deep will become at once one of  ',4' the bonanzas of the west.  At present thirty men are employed  * underground on the mine   and   about  if tweDty-five on the surface  operations;  j������ the latter are digging pipe line ditches  s' ar s flumes   for   the   various    power  ? schemes, light, compressor,etc.   With-  ;'Lin the last 60 days extensive   building  'f operations have been carried on; bunk  and cook houses for   the   accommodation of 150 men, a large ore n'ouse.pow-  der magazine, blacksmith shop, framing sheds, etc., have been   erected   at  the  mine.     Below at the , town a   15  ''"������������������'room, dwelling   house,   with   all   the  ( modern conveniences, an office   build-  i" ing and an assay office as nearing com-  '   pletion.     Recently   Mr.   Brown   pur-  :  purchased the Whitewater hotel, a 50-  } room   house,   which,  thoroughly   re-  ';  modeled and renovated and under   the  ,   direction of a cempetant manager, will  *. ,soon be opened to the public.   A great  |f.forward step for the young   promising  town of Whitewater   was   the  recent  i  purchase,'also by Mr.   Brown,   of   (he  townsite, the  Bell sawmill   arid   surrounding timber limits.    Mr. Brown's  .  plans with.regard to   this   latter  purchase have not yet   been   announced,  but it is   safe, to   say   since   he   has  demonstrated to such a   great   extent  his faith in the camp, he will push his  various interests to the   front  in   due  time.���������Kootenaian. .  .' ��������� :        ���������UIIIW ="���������"'.  Prosperous Canada.  Applications for certificates of improvements have been made for the  Athelstan fraction and the Bryan mineral claim.  The followiug extra-provincial companies have registered : The Consolidated Mining & trading company .with  a capital stock of 8100,000. The head  office is at Baltimore, Maryland; the  office in the province is at' Ashcroft,  and Harrison W: Moprc is the attorney. The object is to carry on a ger-  eral mining business.  The following certificates of incorporation have been issued : To the  Lone Star & Blue Grouse Consolidated  Mining company, limited, with a capital stock of ������1,000,000. The registered  office is in Rossland and the object is  to carry on a general mining business.  * The Whitewater Deep Mining ' Corporation, limited, witha capital stock  of ������100,000. The registered office of  the company is at Victoria, and the  object is to carry ona general mining  business.  Thomas W. Jefl's, of the town of  Revelstoke, osquire, M. D., to be - a  "coroner within and for that portion of  the West Kootenay district,' situated  to the north of the settlelhent of Na-  kusp, vice Dr. Ernest H. S. McLean.  We give below the total vote cast in  the constituency. It differs from our  calculations all along, but in a few  minor respects, though we never  looked for more than GO of a majority  for Green. We expected a tie in  Kaslo, a small majority <"or Retailadk  in Three Forksj a few more in New  Denver for Retallack than he got and  a few less in Silverton than he got;  Slocan City as it went, and, at least, 20  of a majority for Green in Sandon.  He would have got that 20 here but for  the 52 votes 'brought in from Three  Forks, Denver, Kaslo and elsewhere to  save the bets of those who had money  up on Rctaliack's majority here. However these gentlemen lost their money  and what they paid in transportation  besides.   The poll !s appended :  Green.  Retallack.  Dr. Dawson Gives Figures.  1  I'      -The next Official Gazette will con-  After a careful estimate Dr.Dawson,  chief of the geological suryey, gave  the following figures to the Ottawa  House of Commons:  Vhe total output, he says, from the  Yukon district has been $4,100,500. Of  this, total $2,500,000 were mined in  1897, $300,000 in 1896, $250,000 in 1895,  *12o,000 in 1894, $176,000 in 1893, $87,-  000 in 1892, $40,000 in 1S91, $175,000 in  1889, and various small sums prior to  that time. Dr. Dawson savs that there  has up to the present time heen no  recognized method of obtaining sta-  tisticts in the district or of ascertaining  in regard to gold exported by the river  how much was derived from Canadian  and how much from  Alaskan placers.  The main point that is, however, sug-  guested by the figures is the smallness  of the Yukon gold field   as   compared  with the enormousness   of  the   Klon-  dyke rush.   Mr. Livernash, of Dawson  City, who has been,sent to Ottawa as a  delegate to protest against the excessive royalty dues and other Dominion  levies,   fully  confirms   Dr.   Dawson's  moderation as regards the estimate on  Yukon gold yield.   Mr.Livernash, whs  should  ceit.iinly    know   whereof  he  speaks, says that the simple truth were  brought home so many  a poor fellow  now preparing for a trip to the Yukon,  much suffering would   be spared,   the  output   and   probably wealth   of the  Yukon being vastly  exaggerated.   Up  to last summer the country   had   not  yielded  more   than   $2,500,000.    Last  year's gold   output   was   well   within  $1,500,000.   '-Work, for the present winter will not bring more than $6,000,000.  Indeed, the largest estimate offered by  any   responsible party is $10,000,000,  made up as follows :   Bonanza  creek,  $4,000,000; EIDorado creek, $4 000,000;  Hunker creek, ������400,000; Bear, Dominion, Sulphur and other creeks, $1,000,-  000, and   small   creeks   and   sidehill  claims,   55,000,000.     ��������� Mr.   Livernash  asserts that every dollar thus   far   extracted from the Klondyke   has   cost  one dollar, and more than  one-half of  the men who   went to   the   Klondyke  last year  must   be   written: down   as  failures.   They are poorer than  when  they entered the country .���������Mining and  Electrical Review.  Sandon  81  80  Kaslo  130  110    '  Whitewater  43  23  Silverton  40  19  Three Forks  25  IS  New Denver  43  02  Ainsworth  32      '  3  Robson  7  8  Slocan City  50  39  Pilot Bay  15   "  13  Ten Mile  4  10  Jubilee Point  19  16  Deer Park  26  11  Argenta  5  9  Slocan Crossing  2 ,  4  Totals  528              425  THE RESULTS ELSEWHERE.  ON   THE  ISLAND.  Gov't.  Ma,t.  Victoria North  Booth  8  South  ,  Eberts  26  Ccmox  Dunsmuir  139  Cowichan  Robertson  61  Esqnimault  Pooley  3  - ,c  Bulien-  ' -''3  Nanaimo North  '*  Bryden  92  Victoria City  ' Helmeken  taut,   discovery    of   ore     when  just  about to abandon the cross-cut at the  hundred foot level.   The season of danger irom snow-slides and bad roads being over, many mines,   including   the  Of  Ivanhoe, Canadian group  and Arling-  ; ton are resuming work for the summer,  while others are considerably   increasing their forces.   Among the latter we  note three very important mines in the  Payne, Slocan Star   and   Whitewater.  Machinery is being   installed   at   the  Noble Five in order   to   facilitate   development and enable them to resume  shipments within a reasonable period.  Important developments  have   taken  place   on   the  claims   adjoining   the  Fidelity.   The original vein  has been  traced on to the Tyro, and from three  to nine inches of clean galena exposed  in several places, along its length.   An  option has been taken on the property  by   Mr.   Sandiford,   representing  the  Northwest Mining   Syndicate, which  also   has  the   Mollie   tfughes   under  bond; and by all   indications   will   be  taken up without fail.   Work has commenced in earnest on   tho   California,  and adjacent claims, which give promise of soon adding one more to the- already long   list   of  shipping   mines.  Phenomenal assays in both   gold   and  silver are beiner obtained from  a   now  strike on the Mollie Hughes,   but   we  shall be able to judge   better  of  the  value of the mine when the returns are  obtained  from   a   car-load   shipment  which is now en route.  A good impression still prevails on  the Whitewater Deep, so fraught with  interest to the mining community. A  slight conflagration a week or so ago,  temporarily delayed matters,-but work  is now being resumed with all the old-  time'vigor. Without desiring to enter  the domain of politics, I may be excused for saying that the coming election is proving an excellent thing for  the Slocan ; the recent appropriations  for wagon roads, etc., are now being  applied in their respective directions,  and promises for the future are flying  around in much greater profusion than  is their wont at ordinary times. New  Denver is to have a Gold Commissioner  who will in all probability combine  the offices of Assistant Commissioner  of Lands & Works, Government Agent,  Stipendiary Magistrate and County  Court Registrar, which will doubtless  be appreciated by those who have had  to go to Nelson in the past, in order to  transact business.���������Mining Record.  IIiilillllilllli:(lll!ill.  To the Editor of The ^Mining Review:  Deae Sm,���������The paper published in  Sandon, called   the Paystreak, is, to  say the least, a poor oracle.   The few  items of merit,   that ib to sav those  clear of "scabs", in its issue just prior  to the election were, as  was expected,  decidedly . "off color."     "The   Green  fields", which   it prophesied  would be  far away, are  both near at hand and  unmistakable in  their verdure.   The  majority   of  the   intelligent   electors  could not have supported  Mr. Retallack,   unless   the swallowing of such  tommy-rot as was published   by the  sheet in question  and its comrades in  arms be considered the standard of intelligence.   Comforting as it must be  to think of prophecies so grandly fulfilled there are other sayings of that  issue   which   must   bring   it even a  greater degree of joy.   "Only the real  newspapers   of  the constituency   are  supporting Mr. Retallack."   How com  forting it must be to learn  how little  weight those"rcal newspapers" carried,  and  to behold the papers it tried  to  belittle carrying the banner of victory;  while it bears the scabs  and sores of  conflict.   We expect   to see the Pay-  streak start upon  the mission of educating the electors up   to the   point  where   they, ran appreciate   a   "real  newspaper."    We would advise it first  to give a few months to  the study of  real journalism and then instil into its  articles that  heretofore  unknown element,   common   horse-sense,   and   if,  when it has met these reqairenients, it  has not improved- vastly in all respects  we will admit that we are as far off in  our judgement of what a   real newspaper is as was the journalistic hum  drum, up the Cody gulch, in its election predictions.    Thanking you for  the space, I am  Yours truly,  Observer.  Sandon, July 11, '98.  worked at present, and the chief ores  are stephanite and manganite, containing 0.1 to 0.2 per cent, silver. The  cost of mining ore containing a average of 0.435 per cent, of silver is about  $5.18 silver per ton.  The total output of gold in Japan in  1894 was 23,696 ounces and in 1895, it  was about 21,000 OHnces. The quantity ������f silver mined was 1,956,938 oz.  and in 1895 it was 1,768,250 oz.  We may say here that silver mining  in Japan is now at its height, while  gold mining is somewhat declining.  In the principle gold and silver mines  machinery of American style is in use,  while in copper and lead mines machinery" of German pattern is employed. Only in the Ashio copper  mine are electric motors used, steam  being used in the important mines.  With Scissors and Pen.  The Mollie Hughes has shipped diy  ore to the Trail smelter.  Maj,  59  34  57  121  13  103  21  Turner  '      " " Hall  McPhillips  .   The latter, the lowest on the list of  gov't supporters, had 45 of majority  over Gregory, the highest of the oppositionists.  ' Opposition.   Maj.  Smith 125  McKechnie    508  Hull   [not known  mainland. <  Opposition.  Helgeson  Minchant  Kcilie   "  Martin  Hume  Green  Prentice  Tisdale  McPherson  Cotton  Martin .  in each case  Munro  Forster  Kidd  Deane  Semlin  Govt.  Smith  Baker  McBride  Elliott  Ind'nt.  Henderson  Neilson  later but two government candidates in the field.  This gives'19 oppositionists straight,  or just half the House; 15 government  straight, with Cassiar 2 more, total 17,  and 2 independents. The island elected 3 oppositicnists, and the mainland  4 gov't supporters.  Nanaimo South  City  Alberni  Cariboo  Revelstoke  Rossland  Nelson  Slocan  Lilloet East  Vancouver  V. C. -Large maj.  Chilli wack  Delta  Richmond  Yale North  "    West  Lilooet West  E. Kootenay S.  Dewdncy  Yale East  New Westminster  E. Kootenay N.  Cassiar���������Election  Kootenay Gold Fields.  55  99  184  c'  9  91  Maj.  2  15  22  75  Maj.  21  21  Every traveller through the mineral  regions of British  Columbia, whether  expert or novice, is impressed with the  great extent of territory   over   which  this wealth is distributed.     Nowhere  in the world have mineral deposits   of  such  richness been  known   to   exist  over so great an area.   We are just beginning to uncover these vast deposits,  and every year for a long  series   will  show an increased export of the ores of  gold, silver,   copper   and   lead.     The  metals and minerals schedule  of   exports was formerly of comparative   insignificance, but since 1893, when   the  Kootenay exports began to tell,   metal  and mineral   exports   have  increased  from two and a half millions to   about  fourteen in the year just closing.    All  of this cannot be credited to the mine  alone.   We should not be   at  all  surprised to learn that agricultural implements to the value of over a   million  dollars figure in the total, for   our   exports of reapers have  been increasing  rapidly.   But taking metals and   minerals and manufactures   of  these   together and discounting materially the  glowing stories of progress that come  almost daily from the mining districts  we see no reason to doubt that  within  five years our mines will be more important as n   source   of exports   than  either our forests or our fisheries,   vast  as both of these  are.���������Toronto Globe.  'A Song of Trust.1  Behold the glorious things of late ;  See R. F. Green in a chair of state;  See Honesty in all her charms  Content and smiling in his arms.  GreatTtalents iu this man are found,  A piercing wit, a judgement sound,  A genius like the noonday bright  Dispersing darkness from, the light.  Great R. F. Green, that upright man  Who now rules Slocan's silvery land,  His heart disdains a golden bribe,  His soul disdains a haughty tribe,  Who like a set of hungry knaves  Would have us all t������ be their slaves.  Long may he live in peace and love  And happy be in realms above.  Poor Retallack, 'tis he that's dead,  And R. F. Green now reigns instead.  Geo. Lovatt.  Sandon, July 10, '9S.  -j.be couneil met on July 4th. All  present but Aid. Cunning.  Communications were received from  W. S. Stubbs asking for position as  night watchman ; Bank of B. C, re  interest; Victoria order of nurses asking for a subscription.  Communication of the Bank of B. C.  referred to Finance Com. The other  communications laid over.  Fee of $15 for Treasurer's bond  ordered paid. The bonds of Treasurer  and collector were received and filed.  Crawford���������Hunter-That nightwatcb-  man Waite be retained till 31st at  same salary.���������Carrried.  The assessessment roll was received  from issessor and referred to the Courl  of Revision, constituted of the Mayor  and Aids. Crawford, Hunter, Switzer  and Mighton.���������Carried  On motion of Hunter and  telephones were ordered for  and city offices.  On motion of Hunter   and  the License Commissioners  vised it was not  considered  to issue any more licenses for the retail  of liquors.  On motion of   Aids.   Crawford   and  Mighton future   meetings   of  council  are to be held on'first and   third  Mondays of each month.  The council adjourned.  Mighton  the  gaol  Mighton  were ad-  advisable  BLENHEIM, ONT.  ' ��������� '      . ; .'���������������������������;  "I have been suffering with heart  trouble and excessive nervousness  since last spring and became completely debilitated and weakened so  that I thought I was going to die.  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills have  completely cured me, and I cannot be  too thankful for my recovery." Mbs.  Jas. Grist, Blenheim, Ont.  Notes From the Slocan.  The upward tendency of the silver  market has stimulating effect on local  conditions.although the present course  of the war is known to be disastrous to  investments from London. Notwithstanding this, representatives from  that great money centre are in the  field, ready to take advantage of anything which offtrs. The experiences  of the companies now operating in the  Slocan, including the Ruth, Whitewater, Queen Bess, Idaho and Corn-  stock, are all of a very hopeful character, and the one bug-bear to the dis  trict so far, the Galena Mines, is reported to have made a   highly  impor-  Gentlemen, Are You Bald?  ; Don't miss seeing Prof. Dorenwend's  famous Art Hair.CovaringSjdeinonstrated  at the Grand View hotel, Brandon, on  Wednesday and Thursday, July 20 and  21st with toupees and.wigs that are so  perfect in construction that when plaoon  in position on any head will defy detection. Over 35,000 gentlemen of every  profession in life enjoy the wearing of  these goods to-day. They are a protection  and comfort to the head and beneficial  to health. Gentlemen, throw off thoso  old style grandfather's caps you are  wearing in your stores, offices and residences and get nature's own protection  for baldness, haiiyas invented by Prof.  Dorenwend. ��������� If you value health, youthful and nice appearance do not stand  back, but investigate for yourself, as no  charges are made for full illustration.  Remember Grand View hotel, Brandon.  Party.  The Rossland Miner (Grit) is out for  Federal party lines in provincial politics. We are serry for this, as we see  no service but much injury to result  from such a change. There never yet  has been charged corruption in British  Columbia's governmental affairs but  it is sure to follow the introduction of  Federal politics. There is no issue in  this country such as gave rise to our  party names, and there is therefore no  sense in the names. In Quebec party  has always run high, and the treasury  suffered for it. For party's sake many  a Conservative supported the Federal  government last parliament on the  Manitoba school muddle, and met his  political death therefor. The trouble  with part}- is men will support it to  the sacrifice of principle, and when  this is done corruption in its gravest  form is sure to follow. If, however,  party is forced on the electors by the  Liberal press, they must bear the consequences.  Orange Celebration.  We received last week, too late for  publication, the ore shipments from  Three Forks for week ending July 8,  which were: Queen Bess to Everett 20  tons, Hustler to Aurora 18J- tons.  Walter Adams, of the Adams group,  says his company are pushing development quite hard, and it is exposing,  considerable ore bodies, which will be  stoped later on and lead to rawhiding  and shipping in the early winter.  A meeting of the Maud S. and Ben  Hassan Mining company, limited, is  called for Tuesday, August 9, at Van-  couver, for the purpose of bonding,  leasing or selling the whole or any  part of the assets, rights "and franchises of the company.  John P. Aithesen started a few days  since with a force of men to do development work on the Anaconda, 77 and  Black Cioud claims, which are situated  on the north fork of Lemon creek and  owned by a Winnipeg company. He  will also do some work on the Last  Hope adjoining the above elaim* and  owned by F. S. Andrews. . ,  The section of country around Grizzly and Hamill creeks is rapidly coming tp the front as a promising silver-  lead mining section. The McDonald  group of claims, which has been developed by a tunnel that has been  driven a distance of 300 feet, shows an  immense body of silver-lead ore. The  property has been bonded by E. V. Mc--  Cune, of Sandon, and its phenomenal  showing has created considerable excitement throughout the district.    .  CORPORATION OF  THE   CITY  OF  SAfiDON.  Financial Statement for Quarter Ending  June 30th, 1898.  SUMMER COMPLAINT  Carries off thousands of children  every year. Mother your child's not  safe unless you have a bottle of Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry  in the house. It is always prompt and  effective to check and cure all bowel  complaints.  Gold and Silver Mining in Japan.  Silver is produced in far larger quantities than gold, the total number of  private silver mines being fifty-seren  and that of silver-copper mines 136,  besidi s many others where silver is  produced in combination with other  metals. In the production of the white  metal Akita surpasses all other districts, its product in 1S93 being $1,355,-  407 (silver) out of the total of $2,320,-  444 (silver) produced throughout the  country. Gifu, with a total of $332,403  (silver), and Fukushima, with $255,169  (silver) come next. The Inuai silver  mine in Akita, producing the most important silver ore in Japan, has been  worked for about three centuries. After undergoing various vicissitudes,  the mine was transferred in 18S4 to  Mr. Furukawa Ichipei.tlie largest mine  proprietor in Japan.    Two   veins   are  The Orangemen of these parts held  their 12th of July celebration this  year at Slocan City. In addition to  the local lodge, brethren were there  from Nelson, Sandon, New Denver, Silverton and elsewhere, swelling the  total to a very respectable procession.  After parading the streets of the city  headed by the local brass band, thev  repaired to lunch. The ' noon hour  over they re-foimed company and  marched to a beautiful grove 0.1 the  outskirts of the city, where speaking  was indulged in by clergymen and  members of the order, for nearly two  hours, when a return procession  brought the proceedings to a close.  The day was all that could have  been desired, the entire proceedings  well in order and appropriate, rendering the day one long to be remembered  by the residents of the city at the foot  of the lake. The brethren of Slocan  City are much to be complimented for  their arrangements for the day. It  was a >��������� noticeable feature of the  speeches that a single word was not  said with the intention of hurting the  feelings of any one. All are now fast  coming to understand that this day is  held by Orangemen as a remembrance  merely, and not for the purLOse of "  irritation. It is also coming to be  well understood that Orangemen have  no ill-will towards Catholics because  1,f their religious convictions, but are  always willing to'accord them equal  privileges with themselves in all civil  as well as religious matters..  Cash, Dr,   To Receipts.  Police acc't, Fines and Penalties,  April ������ 10.  Road Tax  Dog Tax  May-  June  April  May  June  TradesLicense April  May  June  Bank of B.C.   Loan.  183.75  185.  14.    -  2.  16.  935.  331.94  153,90  378.75  16.  16.  1420.84  1000.  2831.59  198.55  61.  116.15  20.54  Failures in Canada.  Bradstrcet's reports regarding business failures in Canada during the first  six months of lS9Snnd the accompanying comparison with 1S97 furnish the  host evidence yet to hand as to the improvement in business. Failures for  tlie six months number S13 as compared with 1,074. in 1897 a reduction  of 24 per cent. The liabilities were  $5,799,643 as compared with ������7,618,643,  iii 1897, the decrease being in almost  the same ratio as in the number of  failures. The assets of persons failing  wore much larger relatively to the  liabilities than in 1S97. Ontario shows  up extremely well in this respect, for  while there has been a reduction of  liabilities of insolvents of $591,706 as  compared with 1S97, there has been an.  actual increase of $1,445 in the total of  assets. Bradstreet'8 return proves that  the trade barometer is at "set fair."���������  Toronto Globe.  Cash, Cr. By Expenditure.  Fire Dep't.Stock acc't 178.75  Maintence   ".       19.80  Police acc't, Supplies <fcc. '  -Office Furniture  Real Property, Sundries  Expense acc't, Sundries  Printing 77.65  Scavenging 62.  Telegrams, <fec.     9.96  Stationery, &c.    36.63  Sundries 71.75  Int.on Overdr'ft    3.        260 99  Creek Improvements,  Replacing Window* 21.25  Salaries, April   467.49  May     314.16  June    309.16 1090.81  Overdraft per Statement  March 21st. 7S3.31  $2552.50  278.99,  ������2831.59 .  Cash on hand June 30th.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  .The  menU  following is   a-list of on ship-  over the   K. <fc S. from Sandon  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  for the week ending July 14:  MINE.  Payne   Ruth ���������  Wonderful Bird .......  Coin.........   Total ,  TONS.  450  .. 80  .. 1  ..   2  ..533  . Every late issue of the Rossland  Miner conveys the idea that! the Liberals are preparing to capture the provincial legislature this trip, and further asserts that the visit of A. Smith,  organizer of the Liberal party of Ontario, to the. province is made for this  purpose. We would advise prints like  the. Miner not to count their chickens  before they are hatched. Do they for  a moment suppose that representatives like Cotton, Semlin, Green and  many others would for a moment  stand this. There is no more use for  Federal politics in the B. C. legislature  than there is for a rattlesnake in the  vest pocket of the Miner editor. If a  coalition is considered best all around,  and the best men from both parties  are taken into the cabinet well and  good; but if the dodge is Liberal  straight tnen all we have to say is,  "Come from under" at once.  'X^AVI..- THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898.  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY JULY IC, 1898.  Subscription $2.00 Per Year  Strictly in Advnace.  ANTICIPATIONS.  The result of Saturday's polling declares one fact that is of great importance to the people of the province.  It is that there will be, at least a reconstructed, if not a new government,  "ThaTwiii have a better regard for the  requirements of the country and the  needs of the people. We look for  nothing short of radical reforms under  the new regime. Civil service is altogether too expensive in this couutry, it  costing annually $313,000 or nearly  one-third of our local revenues. We  are not in favor of starvation salaries,  but we are in favor of such an overhauling of the business methods as  will reduce the number of offices by  amalgamation, and in this way greatly  reduce the number of officials required in the country, retaining tlie  most efficient There is no valid  reason why a clerk in a government  office  should get of)  with five hours'  work a day while a clerk  or a  book-  be condemned -before them.  The mistakes of the government  were unnecessarily expensive parliament buildings, loose contracts with  railwav corporations, through which  the country loses money, excessively  expensive civil-service printing bureau,  etc.; retention of an unequal tax on  miners; refusal to wipe out the mortgage tax, to restrict Chinese labor,  and to grant proper representation in  the House.  Had these matters been looked  after as they should have been, commencing a few years ago, no power  on earth could have dislodged the  Turner government; but to-day notwithstanding all their past efforts to  keep themselves in power, they stand  discredited before the people.  A little attention to the wants of the  industrial classes of any country will  do more to keep any government in  power, than five times the efforts of a  purchased press.  in which to hide their utierances of  the past six weeks and square themselves around. You can see them  every where like sheep jumping over  logs with their tails in the air at angles  of 90 degrees or thereabouts. Their  attempts to hide past fibbing are  amusing.  keeper in a store has to put in double  that these hours.  Another matter that must occupy  the attention of the new government  is a uniform method of aiding the  construction of railways and similar  avenues for commercial development.  The public purse and domain must  not be left at the mercy of wily contractors and charter mongers. Assistance must be given to railway enterprises, but it must be in a way to  encourage the development of the  country by substantial corporations,  and to save the country from financial  loss. In this age' reasonable capital  can readily be got by any sound  company to aid a prospectively profitable' enterprise. Moderate encouragement on a-safe basis should be  given such enterprises, but the public  purse must be protected.  The great weakness of past governments of this country has been the  unfair distribution of public money  on public works���������proper discrimination was not employed on what were  likely and what were" not likely to  be paying investments. No government can, of course, meet the demands of all communities ; but a discrimination must be made between old  sections that have nothing to develop  under expenditures and new ones that  will grow into revenue producing ones  under proper outlay.   ���������  AN EXPLANATION.  Through the exhaustion of our regular supply of white paper on Thursday last week and the non-arrival of  a shipment on the way (which, by the  way, arrived two days after first side  was run on) our printers, to reach the  public before Saturday, used a stock  of colored material, none of it orange,  however, for the issue. We understand some unprincipled parties used  the circumstance to influence Reman  Catholics against Mr. Green. As a  matter of fact, a word has never appeared in this paper from the first day  of its issue that even a genius could  construe into a reflection on any man  because of his religion, as we regard  every man's religious convictions  sacred to himself. Among the number employing the circumstance in  this way 'was Mr. Atherton, having  been heard to say openly, "What do  you think of the 12th of July paper  now." Men holding government  positions, like Mr. Atherton, ought to  dabble less in politics, and mayors of  corporations ought to be above such  petty,capers; but, we presume, it can  all be explained on the principle, that  warriors always use the weapons they  are best able to handle. We have always entertained the highest respect  for all who difler from us in politics,  religion or anything else, so long as  they are honest in their convictions;  and those who desire things otherwise  are only fire-brands calculated without  reason to.disturb the desired quiet of  any community.  MISTAKES   MADE.  It is amusing to see the scrambling  governments will indulge in in general  elections, when they come to the understanding that their record is condemned by the electors���������like cats  without claws in a vat of water. The  squirming of the Turner government  in the late contest is an illustration of  this. In this country the great bulk  of the people are of the industrial  classes, and all that was necessary for  success was a record that could not  Now that the elections, are over we  trust  the   people   will settle   down to  business  as before, foregiving one another for mistakes   in the heat of the  battle.    It is evident that  Mr. Green  and his policy are   the   choice of   the  people,   and   the   will of the people  must  be   obeyed   under   responsible  government.    There are  a few things  about Mr. Green, we did not mention  during the contest,  we consider it our  duty  to   mention now.    In   the   first  place he  will always be accessible to  rich or poor;   his election will never  place 'him  out of   the   reach of   the  poorest man in the country.    Another  valuable quality is he   will ever legislate for opponents   as well as friends.  If there   are offices   and positions in  his gift, he will, of course, give them  to supporters,   when he can find   supporters competent to fill them, in preference to opponents,   but in  his legislative duties,   he   will know neither  friends nor opponents as separate���������in  other words his aim   will ever   be the  best for the constitutency in particular  and the country in general.  Where will the Retallack organs  find hole3 small enough to crawl into  now after loud-inouthed declarations  of victory all along the line. Publishers will yet learn that it is public  opinion that controls election? and  not loud-mouthed blathering, scurrility  and personal abuse.  (IllLDRE>.'S KIDNEYS  Are often s-o w<*:ik that they can rot  retain their wafr. Don't pcold or  punifh the little onr.s. Give them  Doan's Kidney Tills and soon everything: will bo all right and the bids  swret and drv."  TO   CURE COLD IN ONE DAY. ,.  Take La-xaliveBromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists refund the money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  --ACTING.  k SEACArTALVSP  Kootenaian :  "We will see that the opposition  candidate's political giave is kept  Green, and that the dogs are kept  away from Mr. Carney's toombslone."  But apparently, it will keep you a  long time watching.���������Ed. Review.  He tried twice to capture a Kootenay constituency, and now we believe he has bid a long and lasting  F-ir(e)wcll to B. C. politics.  HE MASTER OF A BIG OCEAN STEAMER  IS  NOT   A  PLUTOCRAT.  Some wonder that Mr. Green had  not more than two of a majority in  Sandon (it was really two, as the one  spoilt ballot was intended for him).  The facts are these : Of the actual  residents but 'iio votes were polled,'  and a substantial majority of these  were undoubtedly for Mr. Green. It  is ascertained, however, that a number of Mr. Retallack's friends had  heavy bets that he would get a majority in Sandon. These betting men  brought in, at least, 30 or 40 voters  from Three Forks, Whitewater, Kaslo,  etc., which almost swamped Air.  Green's resident majority. It is well  that this matter should be fully understood. The Retallack betteis "alle  samee" lost their money on Sandon.  The Kootenaian says that Mr.  Cliffe was afraid to attend a late meeting at Kaslo. This is very likely. By  the time the Kootenian explains how  and why ' Mr. Retallack and his  friends repudiated it and the News  for their scurrility and personal abuse  of opponents, we will be in a position  to consider Mr. Cliffe's fear 'of a  Kaslo audience. We have this to  say, and Mr. Retallack will endorse  it, for the edification-of the Kootenaian, that he (Mr. R.) on more than  one occasion complimented Mr. Clifle  and The Review on the fair, clean,  manly way they conducted their portion of the campaign from beginning  to end.  In the olden times,  piij'sicians accounted  wise, searched vainly for lhe  Klixir of I.ifc, or the knowledge  whereby lift: niiRlit be pioloiitfcd.  We now know that theie is no Mich Ihinjr  as an Elixir of Life. But we have learned  tliat life may be prolonged by those who  lake'the ritrht measure's.       _ ���������"'  Any man or woman who will take caieof  Valth and take the jinht lemedies for il!  health, may live to a ripe old age. When  a man feels out of soils, when he gets up  in the 1110111111? tired out after a restless  night, and goes home in lhe evening completely knocked out with his day's work,  without appetite or ambition, he is a sick  man. If he does not take the right remedy  he will soon be iu the grasp of consumption, neivous prostiation, malaria, or some  other serious malady.  A man in this condition should at once  resort to Dr. Pieicc's Golden Medical Dis-  coveiy. It is the best of all medicines for  haul-working men and women. It makes  the appetite keen and hearty. It gives  sound and refreshing sleep. II tones and  strengthens the whole system. It invigorates the heart and nerves It makes digestion perfect, the liver active and the blood  pure. It cures gS pel cent, of all cases of  consumption. It stiengthens weak lungs,  and cures bronchitis, spitting pf blood and.  obstinate coughs. It is the great blood-  maker anS flesh-builder. It docs not make  flabby flesh like cod liver oil, but film,  healthy, muscular tissue. It does not make  corpulent people more corpulent. Thou  sands have testified lo its marvelous meiits.  Sold by all medicine dealers.  You know what you want. It is not a  dealer's business to tell you.  Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.,  foi a free copy of the "People's Common  Sense Medical Adviser. For paper-covered  enclose 31 one-cent stamps to cover customs  and mailing only.    Cloth-bound 50 stamps..  ALWAYS KEEP OK HAND  THERE IS HO KIND OF FSiK  OR 1  ACHE,   INTERNAL   OR   EXTERNAL,  P*THAT  PAIN-KILLER WILL HOT  RE-  & LI EVE.  \ LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUB-  'K STITUTES.      THE  GENUINE   BOTTLE '  Q BEARS THE NAME,  %        PERRY DAVJS & SON.  We were utterly tired during the  campaign of listening lo the cry,  "Elect a government supporter, if you  want favors." As a matter of fact no  government can give favors to any  section and do the rest of the country  justice. A favor to one section, as it  is understood must rob another which  no fair man desires. All that is required is an honest distribution of the  public money placed economically in  the most necessary public : improvements. Give every section that, and  no section has any right to look for  more.  Under any and all circumstances  these government papers are great  wigglers. Up to the day of polling  the Rossland Miner used to declare  that James Martin would be snowed  under because of the odds against  him, as every polling booth was.sure  to give McKane, his opponent, a majority. Now it says McKane made  a plucky fight, with such odds against  him. The Miner did not know where  the odds were till it saw the ballots.  It is fun to-see the government  papers, and especially those of them  that were purchased, hunting for holes  " For over eleven years I suffered  terribly with Dyspepsia and tried everything I could think or, but got no relief  untii I started using- B'lrdock -Blood  Bitters. I had only taken one bottle  when I commenced lo feel better, and  after taking five or six bottles was  entirely well, and have been so ever  t,mce. I feel as if B. B. B. had saved  my life." Mrs. T. G. Jovci:, Stanhope.  Que.  B. B. B. cures Biliousness, Sick  Headache, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Coated Tongue,  Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Kidney  Disease, and makes the blood  rich, red and pure. It is a highly  concentrated vegetable compound.  One teaspoonful is  the dose' for adults.;  10 to 30 drops for  children. Add the  water yourself.  If you are ill you need a  doctor in whom you have  confidence.  If you need a remedy you  want one that has been tested  for years; riot an obscure, untried thing that is urged upon  you, or on which you save a  few cents���������that is no consideration as against, health.  For wasting in children  or adults, Scott's Emulsioii  of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo-  phosphites , has been the  recognized remedy for twenty-five years.  50c. and $[.00, all druggists.  SCOTT & BOWNE,     ChcmisiB, Toronto.  Everything: ConsMurccl Ho la Poorly Paid.  False Stories l^risteil���������Low Wages Givoa  Otlier Officers 201' Onerous Duties���������Purser and Surgeon.  It is the general impression among  those who do not know that the duties  and responsibilities of tho average dripper of a regular liner arc as nmuy and  onerous as tho successful bank president  and that in addition bis salary is just  as large. Tho responsibility of tho ono  is about as great as tho othor, but when  it comes to duties tho sea dog has as a  rule lunch more to bear, whilo, uuliko  fcho bank president, his salary is as  small as his duties aro largo. It may  surpriso some of tho regular transatlantic travelers to lonrii that their beau  ideal of a sea captain who in faultless  gold Jaco poc-s ub'int tho deck laughing  and chatting with tho toiuists, patting  thn half faro tola on tho back and  liiiffing his cap to jrbo rug clad occupants  of an easy Mourner chair between tho  tinio that ho spends in his berth, iu tho  obartroom or on tho bridge, gets little  more money a month than tho defective  sergeant or tho avi-iage steamboat captain. Iu many instances Air. Gold Lace  gets less.  Ono of tho most successful lines running between this port and Europe pays  its commodore, who has been over 20  years in this particular services ������35 a  month, or about ������175. This is about$40  a week. Tho other captains iu this line  aro paid tho equivalent of ������135 for 30  days' labor. Any number of matter of  no fact stories havo been printed with  the object of showing that tho. commanders of the great liners received iu  somo cases sums ranging from $7,000  to $12,000 per year. But such talk is  idle. Thoro is not a single captain on  tho ocean who enjoys such au income.  That many of them deserve to is another matter entirely.  In an argument that master mariners  aro well paid tho point is advanced that  tho officers aro fed while at sea and  even alongside tho wharf with the best  that tho market affords and at tho ox-  peuso of tho stenn.skip company. Yet  80 per cent ol these well led gold laces  aro married and havo big families that  demand, food, clothes and a home either  huro or abroad, wlictbor or not tho ship  is in port. This establishment costs as  much while the master marinor is on  tho bosom of old Neptune as it does  when ho is playing dry cob at homo for  a short period. His going or coming  adds or deducts littlo from the.goneral  cost.  There aro few pursers on tho Atlantio  who command a higher monthly salary  than ������10. Thoy must have years of ox-  perienco, a host of friends and bo "top  sawyers," as they say at soa, to command even this figuro. Unliko the  stewards, and, iu tho majority of cases,  tho ships' surgeons, < tho purser is sol-  dom mado tho recipient of a generous  tip. Nobody seems oblo to oxplain why  it is so, unless it be that tbo purser,  handling all the money of the voyage,  which includes extra passage monoy,  the recoipts from tbo smoker mado  through tho chief stoward, tho wine  bills from the tables, all amounting to  a pretty large figure, is recognized as  tho financial end of tho floating hotel  and so treated accordingly.  Tho smoker arid its many attachments  aro luxuries which tho captain, is not  permitted to enjoy, or if permitted rarely indulges in. Any skipper who would  mako himself a jolly good fellow in the  smoker would loso tho confidence of  thoso under bis care as fast as a trout  taking a May fly. Not that his appearance thero would mako him any loss the  sailor, but passengers for somo reason  or another seoirj. to believo that the  only place for tho niastor of tboir ship  is on the bridge or in tbo cbartroom.  And if they can picturo him on this  bridgo iu oilskins and so'westor with  tho wind and sleet aud ice blustering  around him so much tho better to the  pcrfoctiou of their idea of tho practical  and capable mariner.  The poorest paid man in an official^  capacity on a great liner is probably  the surgeon. Somo passengers have the  opinion that as tho company pays the  ship's doctor those using him on a trip  aro not supposed to give financial recognition to his at tenton. It is truo that  nouu is obliged to, but ho should. The  demand of a doctor at sea is in nowise  different from that demand on laud.  The steamship companies givo a passenger board, lodging and transportation at  a cost that could not bo equaled on any  railroad of the earth, whon distance,.  accommodation and attoutiou are" con-  ; sidored. Tho luxury of a doctor, while  genorally forced, is at the samo* timo an  auxiliary of sea travel for which the  company receives nothing, and which,,  when frdo uiodioiiics aro included,'as  they invariably aro, costs quito "a good  deal. Experienced ocean travelers seldom forgot the surgeon when necessity  makes thorn call for his attention dur-  iug a trip. But those experienced tour-,  ista are fow and far between.r���������JNew  York Mail and Express.  '.      ...     Sleiikletvicz.  Father Barabasz of Baltimore, who  visited his countryman, Henry Sienkie-;  wicz, not loug ago, says.iu ,the Baltimore Sun that'tho Polish novelist is  very simple ill bis manners and isratbei  silent-when in society, but he is a good  listener to a good story,". He is of medium size, rather dark and is inclined to  baldness, with a hint of gray over the  temples. The name is pronounced Chen-  kay-veetch, with the accent on the second syllable and the ch pronounced as  in child. His homo is now at Warsaw,  though much of his time is spent in  traveling and in getting material for  his literary work. He has been married  .twice. The death of bis first wife occurred when he -was writing "Pan  MJchaal." and its somber tone is traoed  took to that event.  Hmple Meajures'That Prove Effective  In  a Case of Syxtcopo.  Fainting, or synoope, is a temporary  loss of consciousness, oconrring with  enfeebled and retarded action of the  bearc, as manifested by a slow and almost imperceptible pulse, exlremo pallor of the face, especially the lips, and  a coldness and lividity of the hands and  feet.  Tho attack of unconsciousness is generally "preceded by a feeling of slight  nausea, a swimming beforo tho eyes,  noises in tbo ears, a fullness of the head  and an indescribable feeling of "all  gouoness, "of tbo extreme wretchedness  of which no one can havo any idea who  has not experienced it in his own per-  Bon.  The voices of thoso around gradually  become indistinct, objects grow dim,  the breathing is" oppressed, and finally  darkness closes in, tho muscles relax,  and tho sufl'i-rtr passes into that mysterious and awe inspiring state called unconsciousness. This lasts for a variable  period and then the mind gradually resumes its supremacy, the patient coming  again into possession of his suspended  faculties, like one raised from the dead  rather than like ono aroused from slumber.  In its essence the act of fainting is  Jnerely a symptom of anosmia of the  brain, with which is associated a greatly weakened action of tho heart, both  dependent upon 6ome usually disagreeable impression from without, such as  tho sight, of Wood, an unpleasant or  very powerful odor, a sudden fright,  pain, oppressive heat of tho atmosphoro,  tho receipt of bad uows, less often a  great and sudden joy, and the like.  Young women, people in delicate  health, tho nervous and sufferers from  heart disease are more prono to syncope  than others, yet fainting may occur in  the strongest men from the effect of  slight causes.  Wore it not so familiar a sight a person in a faint would fill tho bystanders  with terror, so closely doos the condition simulate death, but fortunatoly the  6tato is ono usually of short duration.  Tho pationt should be placed flat on  tho back, with no pillow or support under tho head. ��������� Thoso not in immediate  attendance should keep at a distance,  and fresh air should be admitted freely.  The clothing should bo loosened about  tho nock, and the waist, the faoe should  be fanned, und respiration should be  stimulated by flipping a fow drops of  cold water on the faoe and chest. Tho  bare chest and arms may also be slapped  with u wot towel. Smelling salts may  be hold cautiously under tho nose' or a  fow grains of popper blown into tho  nostrils. Any ordinary swoon should  quiokly yicld_ to these simplo measures.  ���������Youth's Companion.  COSTLY  EXECUTIONS.  Bills   For   Killing   Criminals   That Were  , Formerly Paid  In Holland.  Edam, in Holland, whore tho Dutch  cheoso comes from, has a musoum of  local antiquities, and among the not  least interesting of the exhibits are the  accounts of the municipal executioners  during tha eighteenth century, says tho  London Chronicle. One of these functionaries, by uamo Vogol, presents a detailed bill dated D'oc. 19, 1713, in whioh  he sets forth a olaim for 0 florins for  one decapitation aud 3 florins each for a  sword und winding shoet, with 8 florins  14 cents for a coffin for tho decapitated  one. His charge for hanging a criminal  was also 0 florins, with the further addition of 8 florins for "outtiug down  and impaling ditto." "Breaking'a man  on the wheel" was a costlier luxury  nnd ran to 0 florins, wbilo for "supplying nino new lashes for scourge" the  charge was 27 florins.  On the whole, however, Mr. Vogel  was a moderate man in his ohargos or  the value of human lifo went up a good  deal in the next 50 years, for iD the no  less ciroumstantial accounts of Johannes  Ka, prosouted Aug. 1, 1764, we have a  charge of 13 florins for "going on board  tho Hans and preparinginstrmnents of  torture," with a liko charge for "torturing one person. " But this must have  been for tho lessor torturo only, es on  Aug. 30 the same Johannes sends in a  bill for "torturing three persons ��������� at 75  florins a head"���������total, 225 florins,  while a few days later no less than 600  florins is oharged for "hanging four  porsonB at 150 florins each," and for  "flogging two persons and burning a  third" he exacts 150 florins. Clearly  considerations of economy, if not of humanity, must havo tended toward the  reform of the criminal code in Holland.  Ought to Have Known Bettor.  "Hands up I" said the villain with  the low brow and the bulldog jaw.  "All right; I'll put up my bauds,"  repliod tho man with the tall forehead  and the pale countenance. "But you  have evidently made a mistake. I am a  newspaper man."  "Here," said fcho footpad, tears oi  pity springing into his eyes, "is a  quarter. Don't lot this' over become  known, or the gaug'll put mo back in  the amateur class. "���������Boston Journal.  Correctly Speaking:.  Mistress���������Your name is Maginnis,  you say.   But what is your first uamo?  Alaid���������Mem?  Mistross��������� What is your first name���������  Mary, Bridget���������  Maid���������It's ino socoud name yo'd be  ai'tor. That is Mary. I was a Alngiunia  boforo I was a -Alary, don't ye moind?  ���������Boston Transcript.        .  In England during the sixtoonth century stealing above tho value of 12  pence, burning a haystack, killing or  stealing sheep, breaking a dike or  bridge, .breaking a bank of a fish pond,  outtiug down a tree in an orchard and  thekmalicioiis tearing or defacing of tho  garments of a person in the street were  all capital offenses and were punished  as snob. ;  The Paris theaters give away an over-  fee of 8,500 free tickets daily.  $100 Reward.  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly paid lor any case  of '/'"runkenness (the Liquor Ilnbit.) or  'Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's AlohoJic  and Tobacco Cure" will not-cure in  two weeks. The same remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at. the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or make one hundred dollars. Sent by mail postage  paid to any part of the world for One  Dollar.    Address all orders to  It.1 Ryan, R.A.C.  flower Point, Onj  an  ew  ove  The latest Magazines arrive daily.  .  Wall   Papers���������the  latest  designs���������-the  only complete stock in the city.  Stationery in every style and quality.  ruppjsiss,,  The Best Blank Books for all purposes,  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all.  LATEST  GAMES  FOR EVENING AMUSEMENT.'  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. '       '  &%>rfc^&rfcrfc&rfc&rfcrfa  Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks,  Sandon, B. 0. SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  a  801II 8GEHS.  bK-yv tbe Yictims of Bonrgogne .Met  V(l Death. '  . * .r-f    \ , New York, July 10.���������Consul General  i( ^'ruwaert.representing the French government in this city,  told this after-  , i'(''<pon of the wreck of La Bourgogne  as  V fe g0' ^ Irom the crew of the ship   on  l'/oa,rd La Touraine in their positions  Vst   night.     These   were   the   sworn  V/"  '.atements of the crew   taken  tlie  ,.��������� - ��������� *y  Tench Consul in  his  capacity   as   a  nember  of  the    French , admiralty  /.'[ (ourt.   Mr. Bruwaert tells the story as  ;(,> Allows:   When the collision occurred  >u Japtain de Loncel was on   the   bridge  Pj[i'f La Bourgogne.   The shock   of   the  U 'pllision was great.   It threw the' big  ' H-nip toiport and the   bowsprit   of   the  ((/fromartyshirG smashed the, bridge of  )[ Vie liner, striking the captain. in   the  y'ide wounding him painfully.  in  Observing ti.at his ship had been badly damped   by   the   collison    the    captain  tdered her steered   for Sable   island.  v-je is quoted as saying, ''We are about  V y1 miles from Sable island and will  \f ^ake the run there, steer northeaHt  \\lr<i."   At this timo he did not know the  V 'ctcnt of tho injury to the big ship.by-f  Vfdered the 12 lifeboats to be   manned'  Hi y the crew,s companies   assigned' 'to  \J [cm.   The crews   responded   to   the  lr>r quickly and remained at   their  P8t8.   After   this  order   Captain   de  Dncel signalled from the bridge to the  '>..'leers below decks to  ascertain   the  t of the injuries  below.    He   re-  (>Mved no response to the signal.   Tho  i ytmiartyshire had disappear instantly  (} i the mi.-jt as the liner sped past her.  / .vptaiu do Loncel, not realizing 'that  "i'( Is own ship was so badly hurt, sent  ' j' ji some rockets to signal the captain  ]{ (the Cromartyshire that ifhe was in  \\ 'stress the ship would help him.  \ Wre was no response to these signals.  iL"';)but eight minutes after the captain  ��������� v ,-��������� signalled down below and received  A t answer, the fourth engineer rushed  'r'/\ to the captain and  told   him   that  5,'jie of the ship   was, torn   open   and  ,'., ;ter was pouring into her m ichincry  ���������) I'lhparlmcnt.   Tbe captain, realizing  ' \\,\it the ship   must  be  going   down;  Mcred the boats lowered. The ship  ������ .-j1' ]s stopped about this time and the  J'A j'sengers of the ship,from all classes,  U������he rushing upon the deck and ran  i| /out in a panic. They got in the way  Kj,5he sailors and pushed   them   away  kjm the boats' as they were loosening  (J jem. Before the boats could be, got  ,1 \m the davits and ready to launch,the  J |ip suddenly listed to starboard,  if [rowing some of the passengers  over-  jLd.  \ ���������    ���������-  ;> '^he passengers of the first-class  .,j  j-in had rushed out of their rooms to  |/ ^ port side of tho ship, and, against  iy'e protests of the sailors, clambered  , (j (to the six boats there. The list to  '^'(o   starboard   made   (he   big   boats  Wi'ng inward and turned tho davits  i yj 'ok over the sides,of the cabins. The  ',YKiors implored the passengers to  r'i) ive tae boats and in sonic cases tried  "(V [force I hem put so that they might  ' Y (lifted up and slipped over the side  work. A volunteer crew from the  Cromarlyhhiic then set out. The boats  were ninmin! by tin1 <irew of the Bour-  gogne, and the English ship circled  round and round whore the big ship  had sank, picking up survivors wherever they could be found.  The French consul said the sailors  swore that the comportment doors  were closed and the statement that tho  engineers climbed in single file up the  ladders for some distance tended to"  show that they could not get "into the  next eomparlment. The consul savs  that he made the investigation care-  iiilly and the stories of the men agree  and were told frankly; the men were  sworn in tho French way, tho crucifix  being used. The sailors said that. the  life preservers were furnished the passengers, but that they were in complete  panic and threw them away in many  instances. Consul Bruwaert inquired  particularly as to the fighting among  the crew or passengers. All the stories  of the wreck agreed that neither the  men from'<iLa Bourgogne's crew nor  passenger? did any fighting excepting  the Austrians and the Italians. Most  of this was done by the Austrians in  the single boat.  :-50C. 50C.  GOLD WATCH  FREE.  ATENTION   TR&VELLIHQ   PUBLIC.  Leave Sandon for all Coast and Sound  points at 7.45 a.m. daily,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock n^xt chy.  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next day.  arrive Kelson 22 30 o'clock same daj',  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive Rossland 23.30 o'clock same clay.  Ilmmediatc connection ' made at  junction iioinfs, no delay ; Quick service and superb ^equipment are few of  the'many advantages offered by this  line.  RTIINESII PATENTS  Send a Rough Drawing in Lead Pencil of  your idea, Improvement or Iiivi-ntion, with  a clear description of it, and we will piv,n))>t  MAK.ION', Experts, Temple BhV.-; Montreal. The only linn of graduate engineers  in tha Dominion transacting patent business  eyJusively.   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UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL.  15 Princes St., Birmingham, Eng.,  "I thanlc you very   much   lor  the  'beautiful watch  you sent me free of  charge.      I  have tested it  foi   nine  months and HViever varies one half-a-  nilnule from one week's  end to another."���������IS, AVilks.  . "To (jlvo uwiiy a Gold Watch worlh  ������25 is certainly n splendid ndvertKe-  ment.uut. ah theWntch makers' Alliance  Is the largest, lirm ol  watchmakers ,in  England,they can afford it."���������IWitorX.  Ho sure and address your letter, 1S4,  Oxfoud STltl.'ET, Lovdok, Engi,and.  Make money order payable to II. II.  Idle, cashier.  E FULLS 8  SELSOH 5 FORT SHEPPARD Iff.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY  THE ONLY EOUTE to TKATLCREEK  and the mineral dlhtricts of tho Colville Reservation, Nelson. KuMo, Kootenay  Luke and Slocan points.  WATI.Y KXCKPT SUNDAY,    JIETWEEN  SPOKaNE,ROSSLAND AND NELSON  f  LEAVE AUEIVB  10.00 a.m Rowland    3.40 p.nri.  8.10 a.m..'. NeKon (i.00 p.m.  8.00 a.m.... Spokane (i.00 p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  Close connections at Nelson with ticamer  lor ICiulo and all Kooienav .aico nmn",  Passengers (or Kettle river .nid noundnry  creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  ��������� Peoctor & McMillan Bros.  OF BALFOUR <>  Manufacture a first-class article in Pressed Brick; they are selling at low figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  Kaslo  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  THE LOSS Or THE HAIR  To a Lady or Gentleman is a Great Affliction.  Who will beat the   GRAND   VIEW   Hotel, BRANDON,  '    on Wednesday & Thursday, July 20 and 21st.,  with all kinds of  (; the ship.  LVVf  j)d'ho passengers could not be induced  ���������.leave the boats, a crowd of steerage  l ��������������� |ssenger8 having appeared   ready to  1] 'jie their places.   The sailors heaved  the boats but could not budge them,  ;ed ns they  were  with   crazy   pass-  ){. They gave'up at last and   were   en-  ({!ged in cutting the boats free, when  :,( ii vessel pitched stern downward and  }"<k, carrying the port boats  with  it.  V'lOn the starboard   aide  three   boats  |( \Nre smashed by the Cromartyshire in  j-|t^) collision.   Boat No.   7   was   filled  Ath women and other passengers and  1]  en got into the water, when the  big  ji, nnel fell,smashed tho boat and killed  f 1 jbsfc of them in it.t  /I (Twenty Austrian  sailors   from   the  1 JY^eragc, who did not   belong  to   the  'vjt.Ip but were passengers, seized   one  Ijijiat, No. 11.   There was room   for 50  rf| I the   boat   but  the passengers were  l(\lv.igbt off by the men it-it.     They an-  Wvered the order of a ship's officer,who  1 j. frew his revolver   and   ordered   them  ,i\ \t, that   they   were   passengers   and  l/1,.;!i as much right   in   the   boat   as  FORTUNE.  In tho event ofa  stroke of good   1  forluno you can  win  5000,000 ADnrliii.  Tho payment of  the prizes is guaranteed by Govt.  1st drawing:  June 16th.  n.->  hers. They pulled knives and stabbed  ,1 the sailors. The crew left (he bout,  ven cutting if loose, but the   men  ,ew how to manage it and launched  / t'safely. Passengers in the water  1<" /-led to get aboard  but "were   pitc  ���������j'bte  I pew  fl".  vcre  pitched  11 Boat No. 9 filled with passengers got  ')' ^f successfully. It had 53 aboard in-  , [v iluding its crew.  if}. >The only boat on the port side,where  L/'ie'first-class passengers   had   rushed  ht 'fter trying the starboard side, was No.  >i\   The sailors around it succeeded in  .letting it launched,   They hopped  in-  f/h it, and as the ship wentdown,picked  rjjjyj|-S P enough passengers to fill it.  IfSfjwi..! rThe engineers   below   stayed   there  EfjKuAitil the first engineer told them to fly  tigalji'j->r their lives.   He himsc'f  was   lost.  Mff^ i; ("be water rushed in and put   out   the  fyp& 1, jres.   On the top'of the midsliip house  ::?JmJi' f*ero four rafts.   They unshipped   one  r^ft?imd threw it oYerboard, but one of, the  ^Jjf jOppotoylindors in it was smashed.   A  **������?���������'> ieond was got overboard  successfully  ^Sjf nefore the ship sank.  !'-r<{rt 1- t The men in the boat with the   Aus-  Cm]' j'i,ins got to the   ship   Cromartyshire.  j>(dl/'.he captain of  the   latter   asked   for  I^Wf! P^unteers to take it back.     The.Aus-.  y:;J,| j, ilrians refused; saying they  were pass-  ���������^ j Were and should not be called on for'  m[ :���������'.���������:-',���������'���������v....r\'-';i:-::,���������;.:...;������������������  ^'^^^^v;������������������;,.^.���������::;���������.^::vR:  uv ������������������������������������������������������-���������'���������������������������������������������"���������    "���������������������������-������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������j-'1 ���������  lr  You are invited to participate  in the  , chances of winning  in the Ki'ind drawings ol prizes guaranteed by the Slate ol Hamburg  In which  II MILLIONS 349,325 MARKS  surely have to be won.  In the course of Tiihei: Advantageous Duawings, which contain  aiicordliif; to thePrObpeotus only 118,000  tickets, the following Piuzrcs will he  forthecminir, viz:  'J'hoIIrGirrsTPaizT: will be event.  500,000 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  ol* 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  5G Prizes of    5,000 Marks  106 Prizes of    3.000 Marks  206 Prizes of    2,000 Marks  S12 Prizes of     1,000 Marks  1518 Prizes of       400 Marks  40 Prizes of        300 Marks  1-10 Prizns 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 bo  surely won in 7 drawings within  thp space of a few months.  The highest prize of 1st. drawing amounts to Mark 50,000. increase in 2nd drawine to Mark  55,000 in 3rd Mark 00,000. in 4th  Mark 65,000, in 5th Mark ' 70,000,  in 0th Mark 75,000, in 7th Mark  200,000, nd together with tho  premium of Mark 300,000, in the  most fortunate case to Murk  500,000.  *l liu ofllu.i! co t fur pirticip^tioii in* the fir->ct������o  tlr.nviu^, .iiuolmts to  JDoUat* 4.50 for a full tlcftct.  gollai- 2.25 for Iwlf a tiefcet.  Bollnr 1.13 for onc=quarter of a tiefcet.  Il-1'f'ri.-.p. quarter tickuts ivil! rntitk- to on-'-li ilf  rosp ime tin.irtvrof the line tint, won by thercspcctuc  number. 11 unt'Ci mi ihc ticket.  riit-st.iWc-. for pirtH.ip.itio.1 inthc*fo]|o\\inH(*rM\inj;s  .is Hill .*s ihu ex ict pnze-t ihle, are inducted 111 the  t������F]**CrAl. I'KOblTC'l L'S. Hindi I semi 011 de-  iniliil iJiiiti*. 111 ithancc. 'lhe pruspettus i������. .ilso *>ent  ;;ntii with every order. After tin* driHMij,*- 1 shall  lorn.ird locur) ticl- ct-holdoi the oliiu,.! h-t of the  winning mijiibers  The payment and forwarding  of the amounts won  to thu'u coiiLcrnrtl ml! h.uu m> '���������pccnl and prompt  attctition, nndvwth tlie nio^i .thsolinr >o n.y.  iT^/'Keiiiiltaiiu* ni iniiiiej' 1 in l>e 1.1 ulu I y Aiuoru ill  Hank note bj n^isteied later or I'tiitnluce Drders.  bin ill iiiiuimts cm ,iUo be <-ent by p*>������i' itfo *.iamp-.  R<I' ������������ account of tlie appro tc liiii^ driwmtf t\\  tho pn/c, please address the order ���������iitiiiudntelj 111 all  conlidence dticct to  Samuel Heckscher Senr.,  Banker,. Hamhurg, Germany.  [anadian Pacific  Railway An Soo Pacific Line.  THE FAST AND SUPERIOll llOUTB    --  10 EASTERN AND EUROPEAN POINTS.  10 PACIFIC COAST AND FAR EAST POINTS.  TO RICH GOLDFIELDS OF KLONDYDE, YUKON.  TOUrtTSTCAIi SERVICE dally to St. Paul.  Dailyexcepl. Tuesday to Eastern, Canadian  and U. S. polntf.  Bassa^pchocked to destination and through  tickets Ksuet1.  J)Air.V CONXECTfOX to the main lino  points, excepting Sunday���������to and from  Nelson. t  Train leaves Sandon daily at 7.45 a. m.  Train arrives Sandon daily at 1.55p. m.  Ascertain present reduced rates, and full information by addressing nearest local agent,  or  A. C. i\t"ARTIIUK, Agent, Sandon  W. F. Anderson,Trnv. Pass. Agt, Nelson  V,. J. Coyle, Dist. Pass. -\gt, Vancouver.  BE  SUEE  YOUR.  TICKET  BEADS  VIA C. P." E.  Kx\slo and Slocan  Railway.  TIHE CflRb.  has demonstrated tn over a hundred thousand persons that the artificial restoration of the departed locks is pre eminently essential to their ITEALTH,COMFOKT  ;ind GOOD LOOKS. Of,late ho has added many new styles and designs to his  large collection and is now in a position to suit every ease of bald-headedness or  thin hair. Every lady should see his new and artistic fashions in Wigs, Bangs,  Wavey and Plain Frontpieces, Switches, etc.  GEXTLEJIEN who are partly or wholly ]3ald should not miss the opportunity  of seeing what ho 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 AMD WrGS are made feather-weight���������detection by 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 name  and address and he will call at residence.   All transactions strictly confidential.  REMEMBER   at   Grand   View   Hotel, -Brandon,  On Wednesday and Thursday, July 20 &   21st  Cut Hair taken in exchange, or cash paid for it.  ^^-^Hf?      ^r^r^?^  Leave S.00 a.m  "      8.36 "  0.35 "  9.51 "  "     10.03 "  "     10.18 "  "     10.3S  ArrivclO.50  Leave 11.00 a.m.  "     11.20    "  Kaslo      Arrive 3.50 p.m.  South Folk      "      8.15 "  Spoules "      2. IS "  Whitewater       '      2.00 "  Bear Lake,     "      1.48 "  McGuigan1      "      1.33 "  Cody Junction   "       1.12 "  Sandon      Leave 1.00 "  CODY LLVE.  Sandon    Arrive 11.43 a.m.  Cody "       11.23   "  Subject to change without notice.  'Trains run on Puciflc Standard Timo.  IfOBKRT IRVING,  G. F. & P. A.  GJM. F. COPELAND,  Superintendent.  For cheap 'Railruad and Steamship  Tickets to and from nil points, apply t������  S. CAMrniCLL, Agent, Sandon, B. 0.  We have every  ^  facility for  turning out the  best Mining,and $|������;;  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.  ���������7  Use a flrstrcln.is lino in travelling between  Minneapolis, St. Paul aud Chicago, and the  principal towns in Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palaee Sleeping and Chair Cars  In service.  The Dining Cars are operated in tlie Interest  of lis patrons, the most elegant service ever  inaugurated.   Jlcals are served a la Carte.  To obtain flrst-elahs service your ticket  should read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago ami ^lihvau-  fcee for Kastei 11 points.  For full inioi'ination call on your nearest  tickol agent, or wrlto  Jas. 1'oxd, or J as. A. Clock,  Gen. Pas. Agt.. Goncrr.l Agent,  Jlllwaukoo, Wis. 210 Stark St.,  Portland, Or.  4f  :e  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffe's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  -*5  ^^fJ^Stl^i .       6^is!|C*������*|CsS\^  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anrono scndlnfr a sketch mid ilparriiitlon m:ij-  quloklv iiseerlnln our oiilnimi free \riicLhcr (in  Invention is probably pntcntaWe. Conuniiiilca-  tlonastrlctlyconUdeiitial. Handbook on Tntciits  scntlieo. Oldest necnev forsocuniippatents.  Patents tnken tlirouch Jlunn & Co. receive  sjjccialiiotlcc, without charge, in the  Scientific American*  A haiulsomelv illustrated ivceklv.   I.arcest rir-  culutlon of nhy scluntltlc Journn).   Terms, S-.i n .  yo.tr i four months, $1.  Sold by nil newsdealers.  RflUNN Ko.36vBroadwa* New York  Branch Ofllco, &5 F St., Waslilnston, D. 0. .  ���������'U  Do you see this  package?  keep  it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete \  OZb  *^f  &'  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'having  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.  Rosebery'enjoys the position of king of the  funnellas 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 Rosebery,  the first and only scales that has been put in on any  of the C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance of this point by the '  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City, ���������  where you can step ofl tlie steamer to awaiting  train and continue your journey. You can take  either a north or south train at this terminus j consequently Rosebery is_.thejbest 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.���������  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the careful  observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  Kootenay for the treatment of ores the cheapest,  Rosebery was selected, and they now are erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day,' which '  will be in operation within go days; and it is their '  intention' to pay out monthly in the "vicinity of  $100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the  largest water power from Wilson river flowing into  Slocan Lake.  AS TO OLIMATE.  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Slocan  Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and  absolute shelter from the north; snow always  leaves the place about the 15th of March.  AS A TOWNSiTE.  As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer. It  is possessed of all the flat land available at 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 $1,000, asyou did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  iii speculation; if you want to invest go to Van- ,  couver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go qiiick 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 stored  , We wantabutcher shop.     .'  Anyone looking for an. opening spy out this  place at once. i  , Maps and price-lists on application; prices run  '.���������from $75 to $200.  TERMS: One-third cash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders special terms can be:  arranged for a few lots by applying to  A. H. BEATTIE; General, Agent, Roscb������rJ.  %  : At  '^V-4���������^";*:C���������"?,>f������������������1.������������������;:'���������.^i.^���������i.���������lAst������������������'i.������������������5.���������i������������������^.:.u-x���������- ���������!~,-r-v-\\r:rW':<-^&*~ii-'.<&:^.:". ���������^������������������*:*,'-������.--!:..-������������������������������'���������:?������  1?T  1  f.-W* vi  r.?v*r i*������  U'Kt-A   .!������  I-v "*   -'.  ,'!.1* THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  Lord and Lady Aberdeen are to visit  tbis country shortly.  The Hall Mines company prepared  to lower wages, and a strike follows.  Coughs and Colbs are always  promptly cured by Hagyard's Pectoral  Balsam.   25c.  Business was very much milled during the election, but is getting into its  usual swing again.  The town os Brooklyn is blooming  like a rose these times, but no one expects it to be long lived.  Mr. Green issues a card of thanks to  the electors for the hearty manner in  whicL they gaye him their support.  The Kaslo Sun is so much elated  over Mr. Green's success that it is going to put in a fully equipped plant.  A big eagle, with a wing wounded  by a riile bullet, at the Palace cafe is  attracting the attention of the passers  by.  The sidewalk erected to the west  end of the rink will prove a great convenience to pedestrians on Slocan Star  street.  If you're crazed .with headache send  for Milburn's Sterling Headache Powders, stop it in a minute. 10c. and 25.,  at all dealers.  The managers of the Silver King  sav that silver will go up to 90c. before  the end of the year. If it does the  Slocan will fairly boom.  <" John Trembath, a miner at the Le  Koi, took an overdose of chloroform to  relieve pain, and did it effectually.  His body will ache no more.  Stop that Cough! Take warning. It  may lead to consumption. A :25c.  bottle of Shiloh's Cure may save your  life.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  It is not generally known that. Admiral Cervera, the commander of the  Spanish fleet at Santiago de Cuba, was  a naval attache in Washington about  15 years ago.  . , Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation it's the best, and if after using it  you don't say so, return the package  and get your money. Sold at McQueen's Drng Store.  It is reported that Br'er King of the  Kootenaian is disturbed in his sleep  nightly since the result of the Slocan  election became known. ��������� Even ghosts  often hit with a purpose.  Catarrh cured. A clear head and  sweet breath secured with Shiloh's  Catarrh Remedy. We sell six bottles  for $3 and guarantee an absolute cure.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  The Kootenaian of Kaslo is sold to  a joint stock company, with Mr. King  remaining as business manager, and  the News has abandoned its daily  edition. The uprising of the Sun is  an eclipser.  For Constipation take Karl's Clover  Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier.  Cures Headache, Nervousness, Eruptions on the skin, and makes the Head  clear as a bell. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  It is said Br'er Young, of the .Slocan  City News, will bet his wind next election, as he is now pretty well skinned  out of everything else. If he wagers  that, it will be a heavy bet as far as  quantity goes.   . , x  Mr. A. David, merchant tailor, and  Miss Webster, some time ia his employ, were married in the city by the  Rev. J. A. Cleland, on Thursday last.  Mr. David went over to meet his  fiancee on Tuesday. ,  The Kootenaian says Editor Young  of the Slocan City News has broken  two strings of his lyre. It is needless  to say that most people thought the  Kootenaian had at least two complete  lyres through the campaign.  The Idaho  in June.  shipped  950 tons of ore  The Star shipped 60 tons of ore over  the C. P. R. the past week.  Mrs. Snowden has opened a first-  class restaurant at Rosebery.  The Lash-Hamilton Concert Co. give  two entertainments' on the 20th and  21st inst. in aid of the fire brigade.  _ There is to be a berry picking excursion of the Sunday schools of this district, to the head of Slocan lake, on the  22nd.  Boils, no matter how many or how  large, will ail disappear when you use  Burdock Blood Bitters���������the best blood  medicine made.  Kaslo is going to have a branch of  the Upper Canada Bible society. It is  a pity it_ was not established before  the elections for the good it might  have done editors over there.  Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure,-and no home should be  without it. Pleasant to take and goes  right to the spot. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  Mr. Brandon -in coming down from  the Canadian group on Saturday to  vote came in contact with a bear. He  became bired of some of his clothing  in the contact, but did not lose his  vote, you bet.  As we go to pross this (Friday) evening the Catholic concert is under way  in the Virginia hall. Some of the  best singers and inusiciiiiis in the city  and surrounding country are taking  part, and we are convinced the concert  will be most successful.  Word has reached the city that work  is being stopped'on some of the road  improvements 'begun a day or so before polling; A. more barefaced attempt to. take advantage of the necessities . of poor people is riirelyJ henrd  of;.but it did not work. The voters  employed saw it was only a dodge to  catch their votes.  The Harry Lindley troupe played  here Thursday and Friday.evenings to  crowded houses. They will close this  evening. Harry was always a host in  himself, and this year more than ever  before he is especially well supported  by a select' staff, as to singers and  actors. It is rarely that a mixed entertainment gives the satisfaction the  Lindley troupe does.  BUSY MEN  /,  Who find the day all too short for their numerous engagements,  and who sacrifice luncheon time rather than miss an appointment,  will appreciate a cup of  I. O. O. F.  Sllrer City Lodge, NTo. 39. meets every Friday evening.at 7.30 o'elock.ln Crawford's hall.  V. C. SEWELL, N. G.  -   M. L. GRIMMRTT, V. G. Grand.  G. W. WAITE, Rec. Sec.'  All sojourning brothers  to attend.  cordially Invited  it is a stimulating lestorative, repairing the waste  of-the overworked system and increasing both mental and bodily activity.  BOVR1L, Limited  30 Farringdon Street,  London, England.  25 and 27 St.  Peter Street,  Montreal, Canada.  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  Puplic, Etc.  Sandon,     B. G.  /.k^t.rh.M,,.i,ft.,.u...f.k..|.f'k..i.fSi.i..n.M.(.uM.'H.'������.'*u...������.  THE....  SANDON, B. C.  It is expected that special train service for return will be secured for the  Sandon contingent of the S. S. pic-nic  on the 23rd., Tickets for adults will be  about SM.OO.  That was a }>;rcat stroke of business  for the government to telegrtiph the  mayor the evening before the elections  that the. money representing refunds  of licenses, etc., to the city was on tlie  way hero, and an equally glorious  piece of, business for.the mayor to  ehowthc telegram, for the votes'Mt  might make. These monies were due  'he city ���������in January'last, and because  of their absence the taxpayers -had to  pay interest between then and how on  the amount, for a loan from the bunk.  AVould it not have been more business  like if these monies had been sent in  .)anuary,last, and have sa.ved the people the amount of interest?  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Mr. Field, who has moved his family  to Kaslo to reside, has decided to continue in Sandon as his base of operations. It is more than likely he will  devote the most of his attention to his  properties on Miller creek, near the  Wonderful, that have excellent showings.  We learn that, as a sort of saw-off,  the Bank of B. N. A. will close its  agency here shortly and the Bank of  B. C. its agency in Kaslo. If whispers  we hear are reliable, it will only open  the field for the Imperial and the  Merchants to open agencies in the  vacancies.  Every Lady's Hair requires attention  at times. Let Prof.: Dorcnwend point  out what to do to preserve it arid dress  it by moans of bis, very beautiful art  special styles in bangs, wavey fronts,  switches, etc. Fashion hinges on his  advice at the Grand View hotel, Brandon, on Wednesday and Thursday, July  20 and 21st.  It is reported there were seveial  cases of personation in the election.  An example ought to be made of per-  aonators. The desire of all respectable  men on both sides is to run clean elections, and the sooner an example is  made of offenders, the sooner will the  cleanliness be brought about. A few  good examples in the country would  soon settle this business.  A remarkable coincidence occurred  in Brandon, Man.,. this month. The  well-known grocery firm of Smith &  Burton advertised dissolution of partnership to take place on the 1st of  July. The day before, John Burton,  one of the members took seriously ill  and on the morning of the day of dissolution succumbed to a stroke of apoplexy. The deceased though apparently in good health twenty-four hours  before his deatb, had had a very severe  attack of the malady about a year ago.  In the face, of the. fact that more  than 500 miners are now at work in  the mines around Sandon, business is  aaid to be hone too good by our business men, and theh wonder at it. The  cause is not hard to find. Of the number of miners at work probably two-  thirds are men who were out of work  all winter and, therefore, in debt.  They owe but a few parties, and are  turning in all their savings to them.  Their earnings will then not become a  circulating medium^ for some time,  and will not help general trade till  they do circulate. We look confidently for improvement from this time  out.  Murray Byers is here from Kaslo to  take charge of, H. Byers' hardware  business.  Mr. G. \V. Grimmett has been under  the weather for some days, but is now  on the mend.  Mr. and Mrs. Brandon, Miss Brandon  and Mrs. Small, of Silverton, are guests  at the Goodenough.  Mrs. McMartin and children returned Monday evening from Victoria,  after a long visit with her mother.  Mrs. C. M. Wilson and her mother,  Mrs. Frame, returned Sunday evening  feeling much improved by their week's  rest at the Halcyon Hot Springs.  Miss Skinner, who has been visiting  in Nelson and New Denver, was in  town this week. She will fill up tho  time of vacation by a trip to Spokane.  Mrs. Jackson and Miss Jackson, of  Regina, are visiting Mis. Grant, Cody  road, on their return from Nelson  where Miss Jackson spent the past  year.' ���������. ��������� ...' '  Mr. A. F. Wood, manager of the  ���������Last Chance mine, returned Saturday  from California, where he made a long  visit. Mr. J. W. Stinson, of that country, came with him to look over the  ground here.  WHAT Dr. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo, N. Y.���������-Gents .���������From my  personal knowledge, gained in observ:  ing the effect of your Shiloh's Cure in  oases of advanced consumption, I am  prepared to say it is the most reliable  remedy that has ever been brought to  my attentention. It has certainly  saved many from consumption. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  CHURCH    NOTES.  Methodist, Rev. A.M. Sanford, A.B.,  pnstor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.  Subjpct ��������� f'_r the morning, "Take care  of your health"; eveening, "Doubt and  Belief."  Presuytertan.���������Rev. J. Clclland will  preach as usual in the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m.  MOTHER  AND  AT THE   HOTELS.  Hotel Sandon���������D. R. Young, Slocan  City ; A W Smith, St. Jerome ; P A  Brody, A Winzburg, W J Thorpe, S L  Rowley, Spokane ; D MeLennan, Na-  kusp ; W J Johnson, Kaslo.  Goodenough���������J,M It Fairbairn, M  Byers, Kaslo.; WC Stinson and wife,  W A Hendry, Lbs Angeles; Mr and  Mrs Brandon, Mr and Mrs FS Andrews, Slocan City ; Miss Small, Toronto; A M;Putton, H J Jackson, Winnipeg! ,,'H P Simpson, P Russell, Nelson; WCEKach, Enterprise; O M  Abutt, South Africa; Mrs J Maclver-  Cahipbell, C Sweeney, Jas Brcwn, Vancouver; J E Jackson, Spokane; GW  Hughes, Concentrator; F JFinnicune,  E P Brenaner, New Denver.  Hotel Reco���������Miss M Russell,. D C  McMorris and wife, W Anderson, H E  Macdonell, Geo Ii Hunter, Nelson ; A  J Hickey, Spokane; A Whealler, E  Nonnan, H Geigerich, Kaslo; P McQueen, J LP McQueen. Ruth; D W  Pulla, Wardnor, ND; H T Brygden  and wife, W F Sandiford, A J Marks,  New Denver; Geo Turner, C C Bennett,  Vancouver; R Stewart, Hamilton ; J  J W Smith. Montreal; Lindley Dramatic Co., London, Ont.; 'J L Playart,  Nakusp.  FOR SALE.  House 10x20, situated on Uuth hill, together  with   some  luruishings;  actual   cost   $105.  Terms $50 cash.   Immediate possession given.  Apply to C. N. 1IANEY.  DAUGHTER  CURED.  KOR.OVEHtFlFx* YEAK'S. .���������'  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by millions of mothers for their children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suflerhiK  and crying with pain of cutting teeth. Send  at once and get a bottle ol "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer immediat-  ly. Depend upon it, ������������������ mothers, there is no  mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  softens the gums and redaces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to the system.  "Mrs.Winslow's Southing Syrup" for children  teething is pleasant to tlie taste and is the  prescription of one of the oldest ami best  female physicians and nurses in the. United  States. Price twenty-live cents a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the world.  Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup."  ���������"rxr-oisSicflyv.TJw:-  f$flOTM@t  Mrs. Lydia A. Fowler, Electric Street,  Amherst, N.S., testifies to the good effects  of the new specific f. ir all heart and nerve  troubles: "For some time past I have  been troubled with a fluttering sensation  in the region , of my heart, followed by  acute pains which gave'me great distress  and weakened me at times so that I could  scarcely breathe. I was very much run  down and felt nervous and irritable.  "I had taken a  great many remedies  without reoeiving  any benefit, a friend  induced me to try  Milburn's Heart arid  Nerve Pills. L had  only been taking them  a short time when I  felt that they were  doing me great good; so I continued their  use aud now feel all right. I can heartily  recommend Milburn's'Heart and Nerve  Pills for nervous prostration."  Mrs. Fowler adds: "My daughter,  now fifteen years of age, was pale, weak  and run down, and she also took Milburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills for some time, and  is noV strong, healthy and vigorous."  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills oura  palpitation, smothering sensation, dizzy  and faint spells, , nervousness, weakness,  female troubles, etc. Price 50c. a box or  three boxes for ������1.25. Sold by all druggist's.   T. Milburn & Co., Toronto, Ont.  provincial secretary's office.  O IS HONOUR' the Li^utcnant-Gov-  ���������*-���������*��������� ernor has been pleased to make  the following appointments:  .30th June, 1898.  Alexander SntoAT, of the Town of  New Denver, Esquire, to be a Gold  Commissioner at New Den ver,a Stipendiary Magistrate within and for ,the  County of Kootenay, and a Deputy  Registrar of the Couuty Court of  Kootenay,'holdcn at New Denver.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  Victoria No. 0 Mineral Claim situate in the  Slocan Alining Division of West Kootenay District,' about one-half mile from  Sandon and northeast of the Argo Min-  *    eral Claim.  Take notice that I. ,T. M. it. Fnlrbairn, act-  In ST as agent for G. D. McMartin. F. M. C,  5094 A;T.P. Durham, F.M.C., 20G1S A; Thomas  Milne. F.M.C., 9145 A; Thomas Trwin. F.M.C.,  ���������1347 A; G. D. Scott. F.M.C., S505 A; A. R. Johnston ,F.C.M.,559A: W.lC.Lelgh ton, F.M.C. MIX,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above claim-  . And lurther takenoticc that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho  issuance ol such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of June, 1S98.  American  Plan,  ������   European   Plan,  $3.50 per day.   <  $2.00 per day.   \  Strictly First-class.  MRS. M. A. SMITH, Prop.  ���������/���������������.is������M.������SfM,iSin.ri#'u#,HM.r������������n,rt*������s.������S(M,������i<M.i*t������M.rwi  APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  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 STOOK  OF^WdTCHES. JEWELLERY, SILVERWARE,  ������S������ OPTICAL QOObJ. C  Q. W. QKinriETT,  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  Notice is hereby given that at the next  meeting of the Board of Ucensu Commissioners lor tho City of Sandon, I shall apply for a  ronuwal of my llyuor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Ileco Avenue, in the City of  Sandon.  WM. SLTDHOW.  Sandon, Juno ICtli, lS'JS.  Bruce White.  -N. J. Cavanaugh.  WHITE & CAVANAUGH  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  Estimates furnished.  Contractors and Builders.  SANDON. B. C.  Ilie Hotel l/mcow  '   Strictly First-class.  PORTMANN BROS.& CO., Prop*.  Good Sample Booms.  Good Table.  The best Brands .of Liquors and  Cigars.  RECO AVENUE, SANDON.  OFFICE AND MfLL, CODY, B. C.  HOME RULE MINERAL CLAIM.  The. best anti-rheumatic  lNeURAJ^      ���������������������������'   PLASTER'MADE  1 dhhImtSh' 'ofiH puss���������? in ekIahh������d v a  j ll2^&57r"lf'nN W pR|CE 25^LS0 IN1Y4RD |  3IaME2^-^       R0L|3 pr|ce?|0������      s|  /^NUPACTURERi Montreal!  Nine-tenths of all  the suffer: ig and  disease in the world  comes from the ladies. Vet how few  people theroare who  take any care of these  delicate littleorgans  Backache, lame  back,headaches, list-  lessness, all signs of  kidney trouble, are  almost universal.  Doan's Kidney Pills  Tone and regulate tho kidneys and help  them to, throw off the poisons from the  system.    ,  Airs. A. Brown, P. 6. Box 200, Dresden,  Ont., says: "For years I suffered from  dropsical trouble which caused me much  distress. I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills  . and got a box of thorn at Swhzer's Drug  Store. Before' commencing to take them  I was unable to button iny shoes on  account nf my swollen condition, but by  tho timo Iliadfinishod tlie flrstbox I could  do thiswifclioutiuconvenience. ^hnvonow  takou a second box and have no hesitancy  in recommending Doan's Kidney Pills for  any Kiduoy or Dropsical trouble."  _ Price 60o. a box, 3 for 31.25, all Druggists.  The Doan Kidney Pill Co., Toronto, Ont.  (Hr.fMolvillo Miller, Bensfort, Ontario,  says: "Laxa-Liver Pills mado a now  man of mo. I was troubled with indigestion and pains in the small of my back,  and after taking Laxa-Livor Pills for  about three weeks they completely  cured me,"   Prloo 25c, all druggists.  For   Sale.  Certificate of Improvements.  Siluate  in  the Slocan  Minlne Division of  AVest Kootenaj District.   Where located :  About two miles above Cody and adjoining the Greenhorn Mineral  Claim on the  north east.  TAKE XOTICE that I, Martin I,. Grimmett  as agent lor Michael McAudrews.Kree Minor's  Certificate, NTo, 23U9 A, intend sixty days Irom  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate  of Improvements for  the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant on the  above claim.  And lurther take notice that action, under  Section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate oL Improvements.  Dated this 13th day or July, 1898.  M. L. GKIMMETT.  ^IJLQiTSi  I do not write for money;  I am no idle railer ;  But I write to tell the story  Of the famous Kootenay Tailor.  ^NOTICE.  Elvira Mineral Claim situate in  the Slocan  Mining Division of West  Kootenay  District.    Where located.     OnHayne  Hill,  -"    northwest of Rulo about 2,000  feet above  Carpenter Creek.  Take notice that I. J. M. R. Fairbairn.  act-  ng as agent'for 6. .D. . McMartin   and  T.   P.  Durham,Free Miner's Certificates, Nos. 5G94A  and 200IS A, intend, sixly days irom the dale  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a  Grown   Grant  of the  above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuanceof such Certificate oflmprovements.  Dated this llth day ot June, 1(198.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To and from Furopean points via  Canadian and American lines. Apply  i'or sailing dates, rates and full information to any C. P. E. agent or  A. C. McARTHUR, Sandon.  WM. STITT, Gen. S. S. Agt.,Winnipeg  1H0ME WORK JiViKa  We want a number of families to do  work for us at home, whole or spare  time. The work we send our workers  is quickly and easily done, und returned by parcel post, as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  address. THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B., London, Ont.  1  !  I  We're making clothes for the very best���������  A nice Tweed Suit or a fancy Vest;  We have clothing for every taste.  Give us a call;  your-time we don't waste.  The desks, counters, book cases and  ollice furniture of the Bank of British  North America, Sandon, for sale.  .   ' Apply at the bank.  A Martyr to  Diarrhoea.  Tells of relief from suffering: by  Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild Strawberry.  There are many people martyrs to  bowel complaints who would find Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry1 a  wonderful blessing to them. It not only  checks the diarrhoea but soothes audheala  the inflamed and irritated bowel, ao that  permanent relief is obtained.  Mrs. Andrew Jackson, Houghton, Ont.,  sends ��������� the following letter: " For the  past two ov three  years I hove been a  martyr to that dreadful disease diarrhoea.  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WHEN IN SANDON STOP ffV THE  To you, , my friend, young or old, if suffering the  results of youthful folly, such as' DRAINS, NIGHT  LOSSES, IMPOTENCY, LAME. BACK, VARICOCELE, etc., take'the advise of my 30 years' experience'. ' - '        ' ; . .;���������:������������������'  when you can get nature's own simple remedy, the very essence of life itself���������  ELECTRICITY. The DR..SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT for weak men  is known the world over. I am the inventor. With it last year I restored  manly: vigor to 5,000 sufferers: Little book explaining all, \ sent sealed free  upon request, or drop in and consult me free of charge.   ���������������������������".,.  DR, R, SANDEN,|'156 St James Street,  v%  SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  '. and Commercial Men.  Kates $2.50 to $4.90 per day.,  ***  R: CUNNING, ProprietorI  At Sandon, Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forts.  SanfiQH.     .;.'. Slecai City.


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