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 S /     S        4?  ---~���������������  YOL. 2.    NO, 2.  SANDON, B.C, SATtJRDAY, TONE'";]8V 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  [L.S],      THCS. It. McINNES.  CANADA.    '���������'  ���������PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  '/. and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  '" Faith, &c, &c.,&c.  To Our faithful the Members elected to  serve in the Legislative Assembly of  Our Province, of British Columbia,  and to all whom it may , concern,���������  GREETING. . "''���������'/���������',.;  :: A PROCLAMATION. '.  . D. M. Ebekts, : . 1 WHEREAS We  Attorney-General} '.*������������������ have thought  fit,-by and with the advice and consent  , of Our Executive Council of OurProv-  ince of British Columbia, to -dissolve  . the present Legislative Assembly of  Our said Province, which stands prorogued until Bummoncd for dispatch  of business. ..',,-  NOW KNOW YE that   We   do, :: for  tins end, publish this Our Royal   Proclamation, and do hereby dissolve   tho  Legislative Assembly accordingly, and  the members, thereof  are  discharged  from further attendance on same.  In ; Testimony   Wheueof   We    have  caused these OurLetters to be made  ;Patent, and the Great Seal of British  Columbia ;to   be hereunto   affixed :  ..    Witness, tlie Honourable 'Thos.   It.  McInbes,   ''Lieutehiiiif-Governor    of  Oursaid Province of British Columbia, in Our Oiry of  Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh   day   of  June, in the year of  Our   Lord   one  ,     thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in the sixty-first   year   of  , Our Reign.  ���������..,'.' ByCommand.  ���������     B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar,of the Supreme Court.  THOS. R. McINNES.  Conception of a Statesman.  It is absolutely impossible that any  man can be of any assistance whatever  lo the business interests! or" this riding; whoso highest conception of  statesmanship is in putting himself  in opposition to the every effort of the  constituted government. "        '  Ii is wonderful���������the works of a  wheelbarrow. Of course, the foregoing  extract is from the Kaslo News, which  is extremely well versed in the politics  of the United States, but low down in  those of Canada. In the first place,be-  fore locating Mr..Green, if elected as  he certainly will be, it will be necessary for the News to show which of  tho two parties of this province .will  form the next government. . If i> is the  opposition as most sensible men think  it will be, Mr. Green who will be In  touch with them and fill the News',  conception of political justice, to the  constituency. If by any accident or  mishap the-Turner party remains in  power, Mr.Greeri's "highest conception'  of statesmanship" is to snppUrt any  good measure they advance and to oppose every bad one. The News' "highest conception of statosmanship"ifi that  of Thomas Scott, of Winnipeg, towards  the late Sir John A. Macdonald���������to  vote with him once when he was right  and twice when he was wrong.  GainmiMtii  Protection Wanted.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God; of  the United Kingdom of Great, Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, &c.,&c.,&.  To the Returning Officer of the Slocan  Riding of West Kootenay ^Electoral  District: V  WPIEREAS His Honowr the Lieuten-  *v ant-Governor of British Columbia  has, by a Proclamation bearing date  the 7th day pf June, 1893, been pleased  to dissolve the Legislative Assembly-  of the said Province; and whereas it is  necessary to bold Elections through,  . ont the said Province to till the vacancies caused by such dissolution, We  command you that, notice "of the time  and place of Election being duly given,  you do cause Election to be made, according to law, of One Member to serve in tlie Legislative Assembly of tho  Province of British Columbia for the  Slocan Ric.ii.ig of West Kootenity Electoral District, and that you do cause  the nomination of Candidates at such  Election to be held on the 25th day of  June, 1S9S, and do cause the name of  such Member.when so elected, whether  he be present or absent, to be certified  to Our Supicme Court, at the- City of  Victoria, on or before the 31st day of  August next, the Election1; so made,  distinctly and openly under Our Seal  duly indorsed upon this Our Writ.  Ii Testimony Whereof, We have  , caused these Our Letters to be.made  Patent under the Great Seal of Our  said Province of British Columbia :  Witness, the Honourable Thomas R.  McInnes, at Our Government House,  at Victoria.thia seventh day of June,  in the the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.  By Command.  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  PROVINCIAL   SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  Ois honour tho Lieutenant-Governor  *--*- has been pleased to appoint the  undermentioned persons to. be Collectors of Votes, under the provisions  of section 16 of the ���������'Redistribution  Act, 189S," namely :  John D. 'Sibbald, of Revelstoke, for  the Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.  Alexander Lucas, of Kaslo, for the  Slocan Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District.  Roderick P. Tolmie, of Nelson, for  the Nelson Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral Di&triat.  John Kirkup, of Rossland, for the  Rossland Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.  And His Honour the Lieutenant-  Governor has. been pleased to appoint  the undermentioned person to be a  Distributing Collector, under the provisions of section 17 of the said Act,  namely: -  In  the former Electoral District of  West   Kootenay,   Geokgk A. McFar-  land, of Nelson.  Victoria, May 20, 1898. 4t  Provincial Skcrktary's Office.  8th June, 1898.  TJIS HONOUR the Lieutcnant-Govcr-  ���������*-*- nor 'has boon pleased to appoint  Fletcher S. Andrews, Esquire, to be  Returning Officer for the Slocan Riding of West Kootenay Electoral District ; and  His Honour the Lieutenant- Governor has been pleased to appoint and  declare the Government Office, Kaslo  to be the place for the nomination of  candidates for election to, the Legislative Assembly in the Slocan Riding  of West Kootenay Electoral District.  DIARRHCEA  Is too dangerous to neglect. Have  it promptly checked by "Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures  Diarrhcea, Colic.Cramps and all bowell  .complaints.  The Rossland Miner agrees with us  that everything should lie done that  can be done to- prevent wild-catting;  but at the same timo'asserts thatif investors are bitten, it is lh������ir own fault.  This latter may also be true,but it does  not help'the'matter any. It is a bald  fact that if any investor is bitten, even  through his own fault, his publication  of the fact is sure to affect the country  injuriously. But there, are instances  in whichloss is hardly his own fault.  For instance a man stocks his claim  and at once goe? to a remote part of  the country to sell stock. He makes  representations the purchaser is led to  believe, and as his purchase is not  large it will hardly pay him to go to  the expense of testing the representations of the seller. It is in instances  like this where protection is more  especially required..; If the purchase  was largo, the buyer would, of course,  go'to, the expense of an examination  of the property' before making an investment.  AT THE   HOTELS.  Goodenough���������H F Mytton, Victoria;  II A Jackson, Mrs F W Uronson', Miss  Winston, Spokane; Jas Brecn,' Butte ;  WH Grant, Nelson; J L Retallack,  Kaslo ; H A Higbie, Wei Jsville ; Mr  and Mrs J A Wright, Montreal; W-J)  Bunnell, J Solton, J Howe, Toronto;  SNorniaii,St Kevcrne; A H C Dalley,  Detroit; G H Aylare.- A Sproat, New  Denver; J Burns, A Marshall, Vancouver.  Hotel Reco���������R Shea, J H Truman,  Victoria; RF Green, NS Drewry, SO  Tretheway, Airs J.Tretheway, RE Mc  Donald, Kaslo; Mrs D McLeod, Slocan  City ; R J McMillan, Nakusp; Mrs L A  Snowman, Rosebery; Mrs Pitts, Three  Forl;s ; E R Bell, New Denver ; D Mc-  Ewen, G P McLaughlan, Montreal; F  Thayer, T Laughton, W C Cunningham; J A V Horn, Toronto;. J Carroll,  F VV. Graves,, A II Walbridge, Vancouver; P Burns, W Carson, Calgary; A  Hirsch, J McMillan, FStarkey, Nelson ; L G Henderson, New York ; B L  Regan and wife, Butte; L Thomas,  Winnipeg; P J Hickey, Spokane.  [L.S.]       THOS. R. McINNES.  CANADA.  PRO VIiNCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  tho Uniti-d Kingdom of Great Britain  " and Ireland. Queen, Defender of the  Faith, &c, itc, itc.  To all to whom these presoius shall  come,���������Greeting.  ' ' A PROCLAMATION.  Il.'iM EHerts.. ���������" ) U/li.KllKASWe  Attorney-General j " are desirous  and lesolvcd, as soon as may bo, to  meet Our people of Our Province of  British Oolrimniu, and to have their  advice in Our Legislature, Wc do make  known Our Royal Will and Pleasure lo  call a new Legislative Assembly of  Our said Province; and do further declare that, by the advice of Our Executive Council of British Columbia,  We have this day given orders for issuing Our Writs in dae form,for calling  a new Legislative Assembly lor Our  said Province, which Writs ari- to bear  date on the seventh day of June, instant, and to be returnable on or before tho thirty-first day of August  next.  In Testimony Whereof Wo have  caused those Our Letters to be made  Patent, and the Public Seal of tho  said Province to be hereunto affized :  Witness, the Honourable .Thos., R.  McInnes, Lciutenant-Governor of  Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh day ' of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in tho sixty-first .year of  Our Reign.  By Command. !  B.I-I. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  To the Editor of The"'Mining Review.:  Dear Sir,���������We   have   here   what   is  called a- Political Campaign Club, but  from the Czar-like actions of some of its  leaders   this would seem   to be  a  misnomer;   its   proper, name   would be a  Muzzier of Public Opinion Club.   Last  night the government candidate, J. L.  Retallack, was  to   address   the public  under its auspices, but, tlicy shut off all  discussion of   the   public 'issues  of the  day, ezcept in regard  to  the  local  expenditure of money and the amount  he  fancied ho could get from  the government.    Mr.,Retallack stated that he.was  quite unprepared  to discuss public matters until the arrival of P rein tar .Turner  whom  he expected next week.     It is  strange that a.man, seeking election  to  the  Assembly   should   admit   that   he  knows nothing  about the���������,public"questions of tho day, until posted by another  party.   After Mr. Turner's visit itis'cx-  pect'ed  ho will be wound up  until election day.   In regard to  local matters he  hinted   that  it was  a good thing  for us  that he was in Victoria when we wrote  the government  about having  the   appropriations  spent.     He did what   he  could for Us   with his friends, Messrs,  Turner & Co.   The Club had been complaining  that it  was  on account of our  non-discussion of public matters that we  were, fareing. so well." .Now,  Mr. Retallack states that it .was owing .not a little  to the fact that he was in Victoria at the  tinie.   Not one ; of them  seemed to imagine that we got it because we deserved  it-^-aecording to them it has all been obtained  through scheming.   They never  seem to figure as we pay largely into the  public  treasury we should have aright  to ' demand   something .in return,' and  that we have had little or nothing from  the government  during  the   last  three  years until this, another election year,"  has come around.    If we have  no right  to this money by all means let us refrain  from stealing it,  as the province is increasing'in debt over $700,000 per annum now.   We hear a great deal these  times about the opposition quarrelling  among themselves, and having no policy.  Anyone who reads carefully  knows that  there is not an   iota of truth .in- these  statements.   The policy of, the  opposition, which lias been  published 'in the  opposition   papers  several  -times,   and  which" has been reud in the  assembly,  might  bo  summed   up  by saying  that  they intend , to develop the resources of  this vast province in a 'move businesslike  and systematic way than what the  present   government  have done.      By  their united efforts   they have  shamed  the government into passing anti-Chinsse  labor laws ;   they have by their united  vote opposed the granting of almost unlimited tracts  of public lands  to speculators, without getting  any adequate return to  the  country therefor;   they opposed in every legitimate way they could  tho expenditure of so  much borrowed  money   on tearing down   good   public  buildings to build a sort of palace in one  corner  of   the   province.     Many  other  things they have done for  the benefit of  the people.   It was through their efforts  that a change  was made in   the late Redistribution Bill   in order  to give  this  Slocan District a member. ' Don't forget'  this, gentlemen,  when you come to cast  your votes on election day.  J. IllWlN,  New Denver.  to.. There is no passion or feeling he  does not porlra'y, nor dialect, nor character, nor sound of animals about the  farm-yard he does not imitate. And  with all he has such a delightful personality and such a magnificent presence, standing nearly six feet arid  weighing neatly 200 pounds.. He is so  commanding and graceful in his delivery that one cannot but be charmed  and follow him from the humorous to  tlie pathetic, from the heroic to the  dialect, from Palestine to the lumber  regions of "Calamas county," Califorr  ma, with such de ight and pleasure  that the two hours of trie entertainment are gone before you know it.  Mir. Brooks is  the author of "Sherman's March" and "Pickett's charge.'1  Campaign Notes.  As Regards tlie Requirements oi Stock  ^Companies.  "-lHhicli! Is Right  Wc are not sure that some of,Mr.  Rctallack's representations of the government nre-'disposed' lo help his  friends any. For instance, he is representing to some sections that the public monies promised to be spent on  them were got by his powerful influence. If this be so' what are all the  delegations that .went to Victoria the  past few months to think of their, own  insignificance in the eyes of the administration ? If we are to believe  these delegations they were promised  every cent of money that will be spent  in the Kootenay, and, we may add,  more too. But Mr, Retallack would  have the public believe, that when  they made these promises they did  not mean it; tliey simply said so to  please the delegates arid send them  home in the good humor a small boy  would enjoy when sent home by a  neighbor with a piece of cake in his  hands., Yes ; ..-that's the way .to put it  Then what are the facts? Did the  government triffle with all the government delegations, oris Mr. Retallack  sure of his facts? An answer from  the government :might throw some  light on it.   Which, oh which ?  Something to Answer.  FRED EMERSOK BROOKS.  The  California Poet-Humorist   to   Appear in Sandon.    ���������  The following has reference to a  popular American humorist who will  give an entertainment in the. Virginia  hall Thursday, June 23. Ho comes  highly recommended and should have  a good audience.  Fred Emerson Brooks is a native of  New York. Ho graduated from Mudi-  son University, Hamilton, N.Y., in the  close of 1873 and went immediately to  San Francisco, where, with the exception of a few years spent in Arizona,  he has lived for seventeen years. In  May, 1S90, he returned to deliver tho  Memorial Day poem in tho Metropolitan Opera Houso, Now York.  It was a Fourth of July, poem which  first brought him into prominence,  and afterwards no public occasion in  San Francisco was complete without  having him on the programme. For  besides the intense patriotism with  which his nature bubbles over,'and tho  inimitable wit and humor of his verse,  which keeps the audience in a roar, he  has a marvelous oratorical power; with  a voice of thunder, like, that of Edwin  Forest, which at his will ho can mako  as soft as a summer .zephyr! The  music of his voice is apparent from  the fact that his-is a line baritone, but  ho never permits himself to sing preferring to confine himself to his special delight���������tho delivery of his own  poems. There is nothing in the runge  of voice that he does not seems equal  We think pur confreres at Kaslo  would be doing the public a great service if-they would enquire into.', a matter  that concerns ;the public now, "give the  facts as they gather them,'" and' their  honest opinions on the matter, 'ft is reported that Mr. John U. Retallack has  been promised the manipulation in this  constituency of the government grants  promised the several delegations that  interviewed' the government from these  parts the past winter, and is now using  thorn in tie interest of his own candidature, promising personally and through  agents, work to men who vote for him.  We would like to hear our confreres  down by the lake confirm or deny this  report. If they find it.to be true, we  would like , to know what they think of  it. Where cities and municipal corporations have been promised grants, we  take it that any government endowed  with the, ordinary sense of delicacy,  would send the money direct to the corporations, and where there are no corporations the delegates sent in quest of  the grants should be asked to move a  a committee of citizens to . whom the  grants should be sent. We do not think  it is a very honorable thing for any candidate to take the advantage of any  such expenditures to advance his own  candidature. These monies belong to  the public at large, and no one man has  any right to profit politically or publicly by their expenditure.  ��������� S.Y. yYootten, registrar of joint stock  companies, issues a notice which  should be read and noted by all who  have not complied with the law. jHe  says that ail director's, managers secretaries and others concerned with the  control or management of joint stock  companies, are desired takenoticethat  sections 37,38, 89 and 90 of companies  act apply to all companies either incorporated or registered-m British  Columbia, whether, under the above  mentioned or any former act; and are  requested to ensure that the companies  in which they are interested have  complied with the requirements of the  above sections, to avoid the- penalties  appointed on default.; ���������'.'''  Section 37 provides for an annual re- -  turn by < ach company to the registrar  of joint stock companies, of a list of its  shareholders and a summary; of particulars. . ���������' ���������    ''-.-��������� i -., .     ���������;  Section 39 provides for penalty in  case of default in complying with provisions of above section.  Section S9 provides that every company shall keep a register of- the  names, addresses and occupations of  its directors or managers; and shall  send to theregistrar a copy of such-  register, and shall from time to time  notify the registrar of any changes in  the directorate. '</,  Section 90 provides for'a penalty in  case of default in complying with provisions of above section.  . ������������������-.-��������� ;  With ea,ch of the above returns $1  should be sent to the registrar for fees.  The. attention of all extra-provincial  companies is also particularly called  to section 123 of the above act,- which,  as amended by section 5 of the "Companies act amendment 189S," especially applies to every extra provincial  company carrying on business within  the. province which has not registered  or obtained a license under the above  act, notwithstanding that' such" company may be already chartered as a  foreign company, and which provides  for ti,e penalty tobe incurred by any  extra-provincial company which Jails,  or neglects to obtain a license, or  certificate of registration under the  "companies act, 1897.  '",."'" '   ������������������ .������w������������ y  CHUKCH    NOTES.      ,  James Martin, an old Bruce, Ont.,  man is the opposition candidate, in  Rossland.  The Kaslo News says the opposition  have stolen the Irishman's platform.  Yes, and Mr. Ratallack appears to have  stolen the Yankee Editots.  The Slocan News s.ays Mr. Green is  already defeated. We often heard this  kind of prophecy before ; but there are  false prophets in these , days as well  as in those. .:-,   The Slocan City News says it is a  contemptible thing for an opposition  candidate to run as an independent..  Then what of Aid. McQueen, of . Vancouver, a government man who is-run-,  nihg as an independent?  Mr. Retallack" is making c'ouiity  court centres of all the towns round'  about. Of course he will do just as;  well.for Sandon.  One would conclude from��������� reading  tlie' Kootenaian that Mr. Green- ..was'  going to get but 25 votes in ;this contest, that is about two or three at'evcry  polling booth. But then even -the  Kootenaian has a thing or two to learn-  H-: ���������'.-���������..;    ;���������.'��������������������������� .'���������-������������������'.���������.:-;.'-.'.��������� ���������-  The Kootenaian says the .representative for this constituency is the nian  who makes trouble when things fail-to  ''come. his. way. Of course a. mau like  Mr, Retallack courting ������������������the.'.government for a seat in the cabinet, is likely  to. fill the bill: ��������� ,./;.:-���������?������������������- ' . .y ; - ���������  ��������� Editorially^ the Ledge savs -Mr. Re?  tallack fully explains his position, and  the same paper on the next page reporting- his remarks before the campaign club credits him with" saying  "his present trip was'not to present  nis views to the people." "You pays  your money and you takes your  choice." ; .-.--.,; ,: l-..'''.,  ' We hear it on all hand's that Mr.  Rctallack's men' are flinging-money  around amongst the yoters.quite lively.  That.is/just what: is required .these  ha'rd'times; and, though' it may be a  bad system of morality,��������� we would-.advise all /voters to take .all they can.get  of it and vote for Mr. Green after. 'The  ballot,'is'an absolutely secret one.'ahd  no one canever kno^fhow a man votes  if he holds' his mouth shut.  If Mr. Retallack is nothing else he  is  a   successful mesmerist.    He lias  With Scissors and Pen.  May Have a Sampler.  Jay. B. Jen8on of Sandy, Utah, is is  in camp looking over the field with a  wiew of installing a sampling plant  here to handle the output of the Rossland mines. Mr. Jonson is the inventor of the Jay Boo sampling mill,w-.uch  is now in active operation at Sandy,  and he expects, if satisfied with the  field here, to install a plant of a daily-  capacity of 500 tons, "which would  cost between 820,000 and $30,000,while  tlie force would number about 25 mei;'.  If Rossland is settled upon as thepoim  for the erection of the mill, it is expected that the plant will bo in; running order by the middle of August.  Mr. Jenson states that, he would be  able to sample the ore of the camp at  a cost not greater than $1 per ton. By  his process all the ore is crushed t.o  pass through an inch and a half ring  before any cut is made. Mr. Jensen  leaves today or to-morrow for Trail  and the Slocan to look over the  there.���������Miner.  Methodist, Rev. A.M. Sanford, A.B.,  pastor.���������-Regular services will be held  to-morrow at. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m.  Subject ff.r the morning, "God's ap-;  parent th&ughtlessness," evening subject,, "Wordly wisdom, is it always  'wise?'-'   .   .;.���������'.."'..  Presbyterian���������Services in Virginia  hall to-morrow at 11 a. m. 7.30 p. m���������.  Preacher, Rev. J. A. Cleland.  now mesmerised ail'the papers of; the  district, excepting -the Silvertpnian  and The Review.," The New Denver  Ledge was tlie last to su'ccuinb'to his  seductive influences, and we presume  The Review will.- have , to (join, the  grand army of'noblo martyrs.-" ;Wha't  the readers of these papers will think  of the conversions'���������'.- of .papers ���������: that  .have for the. last year,, or more been-  d&lari'jg ���������"Turher"nklst'g:o'^,is';sbnlC:  thing difiicu'It: torimagine. What;per-  s.uasiye .efl.'orts..they cost Mr. Retiiliack,  we do not know; but for, the life ef us  we cannot see where he-is going to get  a return? for his "efforts." ,,.We ..cannot  believe the,public can be converted so  easily by suddenly converted" ue ������������������ s-  papers. ���������       '-'������������������ '    ���������.���������.'������������������  ������������������  The Rainbow, near'Slocan City, has  ore running 1,500 ounces of silver to  the ton. ,     .  The True Blue and ��������� Peacock ��������� gold-  copper properties near ������������������ Kaslo y are  bonded to the Hall Mines Co., of Nelson, for $65,000.  Otto andjWhito have found a twelve  foot body of-galena on their claims  Nudge and No-Water, Hamill creek.  The seam is said to be quite rich.  Percy C. Thomas, on behalf'of English capitalists, is in the Lemon creek  district examining some of the leading  properties'with'a view' to purchasing  if found satisfactory. '      ���������   -  Frank Watson spent the latter part  of last week at the Pauper's Dream  mine at Whitcivator. It-is understood  that Mr. Watson haslet a contract., for  a long tunnel on this pioperty.  A considerable force of men are now  at work em the Ivanhoe, which has enjoyed a rest for some time. Thia is  known to be a good, property, and if  silver now only keeps up the probabilities are this-, mine will become , a  steadvshipper.  The trail up to the Canadian group  is in good shape.until you ;get within  some 400 feet of thij mine. '' Five men  are working in the upper' tunnel, taking out ore. Work on the lower ��������� tunnel will be suspended until some necessary survey work is completed..    .._,  Oscar McMillan is putting--the"trail  of the Cha'pleau mine, hear Slocan  City in shape. 'It is the intentions of  theowners of the property to . immediately commence shipping. Tliey have  a large quantity of high grade ore on  the dump and plenty more in sight.'  COMMITTEE  ROOMS.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  field  DOAN CURED HIM.  "This is to certify that Doan's Kidney Pills cured mc of serious kidney  disorder. I had pain in the back, my  urine was high colored with a, great  deal of sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills  lave made me perfectly well, and I.  highly recommend them." F. HEA-  LEY, Amherstburg, Ont.  Aid. dinning has taken his brother  to the Hot Springs for treatment.  E. J. Field, the mining man, has returned from his long visit to Spokane..  Mr. Fairbairn, mining engineer of  Kaslo, spent some days in the city last  week.       .  Bruce White and "Sliady" Geigerich  spent some time in Kaslo the; past  weeK.  Phil Hickey, of Spokane, is over at  Three Forks looking oyer his mining  interests there.       ,  Miss Jones, of Winnipeg, is a*visitor  in the city the guest of Mrs. Fallows,  Sunnyside.  Mr. Retallack,the government candidate, and Mr. King of the Kootenaian, -  spent some days in the city this week  looking over the political situation.  Mr. Munn, president of the K. and S  reached here Saturday on the C. P. R.  and left at once lor Kaslo on a special  that was sent here to meet him.  Mr. Mytton, manager of the Bank of  B. C, here, who lias been absent for  several weeks on account of illness,  returned Friday, and closed tip BOme  matters before leaving for a trip to  England on thtce months' leave of absence. He has almost entirely recovered from his serious illness.  Mr. Spencer has returned from his  visit to the Republic country. He  mot Ira Black, H. C. Holdcn.and other  old Sandonitcs that are doing very  well. He thinks it will be a large  camp as there arc undoubtedly many  high grade properties in the vicinitv;  but in a business way everything is  cut too fine to allow much margin of  profits. j  '; Mr.,Green's committee rooms open  all day and evening are in Golden's old  clothing store. All who are not government supporters . are cordially invited to visit the rooms and render  what assistance, they can in furthering  Mr. Green's election.  DREADFULLY NERVOUS.  Gents:���������I was dreadfully nervous,  and for relief took your Karl's Clover  Root Tea. It quieted my nerves and  strengthened my whole nervous system. I was tronblcd with' constipation, kidney and bowel trouble. Your  Tea soon cleansed my system so  thoroughly that I rapidly.- regained  health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet,  Hartford, Conn. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  MINING RECORDS.  Recorded  at  New Denver.  .LOCATIONS.    -..,...  Juno 7���������Sampson Fraction. MM" Crec-k. CIRmndrcy.  ��������� Coin Fraction, Cody. E I. Warner ami U Fnuiiclrcy. ,  ���������  .Virden Fraction Cotiy.Johii (".ray.  ' mcctric Fraction,   Bear  Uitc.   Robt  Williams  and  W.S  Diuwrjr. - . . '      -:*  - Raymond B and Richard li, Wilson Crei-k.'A H" Uln.ncnaur.  ���������Juno 9-4 Arcade, head Slocan. Lake. C F Dover, .  Alberta. Seaton Creek, Duncan McCuaii;.  Harris. Three Forks, saino. -.   ���������-    .  Chelsia, Four Mile. David Hrcmner.    .  June to-Lucky Bob, Carpenter. Rolit LatiffiH.  Juno ir���������Cassie, Wilson, Robt N Cook.        . ; .       .   .-      ...  June ,3-MarsFractional, south  fork Carpenter.   Duncan   S  Forbs, Clifton Scale. ��������� ���������    ..  Niagara, Clifton Creek. W S Clark.  Btulalo, same. J M Ueueduin.   .     '.     ���������  Foam. Slocan lake. J K Barrett.  ' June. i4-Rclianco, south fork Carpenter. John Foster,  Acadia, same, Arthur Mullan. ....  Adelaide, same.' B M Walton.  Park Hill, Wilson,-II C Towlln:"'>. ���������;.,  Sifsbce Fraction, Miller Creek. Win Xlvuli.  I'oarl, Howsdi! Cr.-ek. Cmo Monson. ��������� ,  ��������� .ASSK.SSjrKNTS..    ���������������������������  Juno 7���������Shareholder, n.uluer State. ,' :      ���������,   -  June 8���������Printer's Boy.  Ilinoj���������Hostocl.-, riianioml Cror*. .1  Juno.ie-.Horculcs.   Bulfal...   Jo   So.   Rustler.   Battle   .Ue.  1Wer. Chief, Old Mau.  Suno i i-lslinewn. T O. Api--, lllackbird. Soatt.e,  -.-..npariel. _     .  lune ,= -Ffn-lly, Fmily H.litl.,  J I t.   \ Q������-bm .  Nov Park. WL-������lehi Mo|������.   M'-������ ���������'[���������. ',V"    "u',���������,ril  Rule. tTronnvell. J 1.1 . lUsm.irl...  ation Fraction; N'eiv Spriiiipl'-ld. S.un|  Ironside  Pembroke,  ���������   Fraction.  -aiyor Tip, Ho  June i  TRAXSKKIIS.  I lino 7���������Ri  feo 1 -i\ t.', J.'hii r.ot-kste.ider.  I .ittle r-S. C W Uulilivin to 1 C Uamnan, Jan 5. ?"���������������  1 .ittle Allice r-S, liastenuovvuslili. i-ll. same to same,  Fastem-township i-S. same to same, Jan ti.  liaslern-toivuship i-4. Camp l.odo n. T H And  Hartman May r6, 530.  lunuS-Watcrloo   1-6,   Win   Tlmrburn   to  .'���������  ' JunetSiiio Martin' r-=, I.C Cook to-Chas AMartin,  June ,3-Northcm l'acific, Soho. Lorenzo Alexandi:  W Rathborne.  Recorded at Slocan City.  June 2i.  I    Breivster,  May =3.  l ��������� lo  ,V   Muuntaiu.  llct 7.  toM  R  I LOCATIONS.       .   . .   -  May 7���������Mnpli:, Stephen Tripp; Tyrant Fractional, Hwcn  Mcl;atlycn, ami Martin Lavell. l  MrtyS���������Renfrew, WmMcNtrc, Manila, "\\*iii TeNce; .l'syclie,  K Kurt.-.lwK  May9���������Aimie I.., C A.YmmR;: lV-nul Tnion* II C Thomlinson.  C A.Yl  ASSESSMENTS.  .  June 3���������Ottawa, Two Bojtbers.     ,. .,  June4���������Sally Ho, N'o4, llorleusia, Farinlana.  )une 6���������Bohansa. Uveninir Star N'o t!, Hclipsb N'o e, Unknown  Group, Derby, Cracker Jack.  June 7���������Falls View, Tamarack, Hilda. '  -Allen McDonald has been up jd,oing  some development work on the L'au-ra  Dbone claim, reports the property "as  looking well. Late last fall'a strike of  considerable importance was "made on  this property arid considerable mineral  exposed. Assays running 70.ounces in  silver per.ton.   y ������������������:.".  'Work is bein'g rapidly pushed-"-forward on the Go-Id Queen and Mulligan -  claims which.adjoin the Jubilee, .near  Ymir. The lead on the .Gold Queen  can be traced for 1,000 yards and is five  feet wide between two well defined  walls of granite and slate. The pay  streak, which is now about 9 inches  :wide, is getting wider as the .work advances' It is the intentions of the  owners, Swan Nelson and Joseph. Ast-  ley, to increase their staff of workmen  as soon as possible.  The Mountain .Chief and the. Mountain Lilly on the second north fork of  Lemon creek form a group of claims of  which Pete McCune atid 0. Ba'rber are  the owners. They have just completed  their assessment work and are . yery  much pleased with the outlook.-,. The  ledge is four feet wide and contains a  12-inch paystreak of rose quartz  mingled with sulpirides. The ore  shows pieces of free gold plainly visible  to the naked eye. The group is situated between the Centre Star and Two  Brothers.  - -���������     .   -..  .  Considerable work is now being" done  on the various properties on Ten Mile  creek and mining is taking a boom in  that section just new.. The Fairy Queen  group, sometimes called, the Brindle  group, is being developed and a fine  showing exposed. Adjoining is the  Oregon City claim, on which- two men  h.re now engaged doing assessment  work.- In a few days development  work will be recommenced : on the  Slug-Ten claim, owned . by ,A. E.  Smithergiile, A good showing of ore  is reported on this property. Assays  have been obtained from it running as  High as 300 ounces in silver per ton.  It is stated that before "July 1st, . the  Enterprise mine will be working a: full  force of miners and heavy shipments  are expected to be soon,, madc.jrom  this mine. .'..������������������  Sandbn Ore "Shipments.  The following is a list of ore shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending June 17:"  MINE.  Kuth!;.,...;..���������.  Slocan Star..'..  Total;..-"  TONS.  .....' 30  .:..': cos  ;:..; 90  '���������'"''       WEAK HEART:    :'"''"  "For years I. suffered. frpm.^.weak  action of the heart, dizziness arid a  watery condition'of- the blood."' 'Milburn's Heart' and .Nerve- Pills .jhave  made my Heart strong and enriched  my blood so that now'! am "free from  the troubles that - formerly-; distressed  me."   B. A. Ross, Ailsa Graigi Qnt.  H.'llB"KJl,������^Sl!"tHHJ  IT       ���������,..     I*   .J.  -    .'     -\    "I   ���������   .  >    -f-   ������������������ .     rt "l  x.\ ,������!' _���������,-. I'. ������!.������������������������. \,<- ��������� ���������'������������������������      r       t-' :- ,    *;������������������,-,  .'j      ���������-,-���������������.���������.;.������������������������    I     T������--Jf l"f. lien ,-t>"     , '���������It*'-    Jl     - ."' r- ..' .. ���������!    PI.,'-    -,.������. jj'l   >.���������'��������������� ���������    r ,.. J       vl-0   !������������������ - rl"  - ���������/    I. -1     ������   -. -     ft'-   In'l������. .������      .1'    .,������������������    .������������������������������������������"���������-������. !���������   T,i-...i*    -       ������    ,���������>,        . 11. - ������V .Iflu       ���������?      -',*-i*-L      ��������� -,.���������       ������.   ���������.   \- ,\1-.,-\       ���������'    ���������    '"  l'    mi.EMr M  THE MINING  T>r;v  uL i  SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1898.  XCbertMninglRcfie*  SAXDON, BKII'ISH COLUMBIA,  8A1URDAY JUSK18.J89P  Subscription S'iuO Per Yf\r  -Stkicii.y in Advnace  OOVERXMEN r FIX \NCE5.  After all'it is upon its minxgenicut  of the public finances that the strength  or weakness of any go\eminent ouglu  miinly to be meisured Mutters ol  gr.-neril policy are, of course, import  ant ; but no muter what in ij be then  merits, th y sink into insignificance  when the management of tlie finance  is especially wasteful It is ,in thii  last respe< t, we e-.pea.ilh arnagn tin  Turner government There are sonit  in every cDmmuniu who say yoi  should support the government, be  ciuie thost: constii iCiicieb that send  supporters to the House get bette:  grants and more favors for then dis  tncu In so far as this is true of an.)  government, it show-, a deplorable condition of public morality At best a  government is b it a committee of the  people's representatives entrusted,with  the public money, on the honest un-  deritaiid ng that thev will dispo'e of it  equitably in the public interest Then  mien a constitu nc> is d^ne out ol u-  ho i -st share o( th it money because it  Send-, in opponent to tlu- H uise, it l*.  d frauded of its right bv the veij in n  who have -.worn to htndlc tlu fuuii'-  cei. properly , and when a con-.tit lencv  gets' more 'trian its right beciuse 1  sciids a iiipporter to the House, it only  gets thitmoie b\ robbing other sec,  tnnis ot tlie CHi'iti) Those are ihf  naked facts, and the only answers that  can L> given to the propr.ety or^ im  propri t> of opposing the government.  If the public monies were the actual  property of the government by divine  right oi bv any act of the people, a  plea of favoritism in the distribution  mi'^ht be properly set up, but when  they are not, depraved indeed is the  foundation sentiment for any siu-h  contention  In thi-campugn,  it is not   our   in  tention   to deal in   any of   the publji  scandals to any marked extent, that at  elei lion times especially are hurled  1  the heads of an administration ;  y  intend to confine our criticism and our  grounds   for  opposifon   for the most  part   to   wlut   we   will   umnistakabb  show to any man who wants to sec the  gro������s mismaiugeuient  of  the govern  meat       It matters not  whether   that  misuse ot public money is   intentional  or the result of lack of knowledge.it is  indefensible all the same   and entitled  to public condemnation.  We take the governments estimates  for the current year, and in them it,is  set forth they are to receive $242,689  from all sources from the Dominion  government, $176,000 from lands,  $jSr,ooo from mines and mining,  $377,000 from real property, persona  pi6peity, income and revenue ta\, an  item that in the other provinces of  Canada is collected1 by the councils  and goes ,111 j.3 municipal revenues ,  $2tr.aoo from various other sources  yielding a total of $1,288,089, or very  nearly twice :.that.of Manitoba, thai  has more than double, our population.  We say that by depriving : the municipalities of' the.*; proper-right ..to'tax  lands, personal effects, incomes, etc.,  arid Haying mines and minerals'.that  bring in oyer a quarter of a" million,  the.;, province...is ,put inipossession ' of  financial effects that'are the envy,of all  other provinces.in Confederation.  Under circumstances like these, the  government should be in a shape to  liberally aid public undertakings and  keep, the country clear,.of bonded  debt; but what are the facts? . With  the power taken to borrow $5,000,600  the past session for railways, the country will owe an aggregate debenture,  debt of $10,738,686, calling for about  $430,000 a year for interest. There  is one-third ,of our-yearly income gone  in interest on public debt. Now what  . have we got for this debt, and what  do -the effects bring u-> in return for  this enormous intc-est? If the five  millions is spent on schemes like the  Yukon R. R.,we will get 4 per cent.; oh  the gro^s" earnings of the road, which  may mean something or it hi'ay niean  nothing. ". We, however, know that on  the $5,738,686 of debenture debt,  independent,of. thisja^t loaning proposition, we now pay $281,084, a year  interest. More than one-sixth of our  entire revenue, and what we get for it  is ver.yi easily-explained.  Although/the'government made an  estimate, of $600,00.0: for .'..government  buildings,' id lar 'thiyliave cost ���������*$!,-.  100,000, and the end is not yet. Here  is one asset altogether uncalled fur  that is now, and ever will remain, entirely no i-prodiictive.     There is some  $18,000 a year coming in.f oni'sinking  fund investments, a. fraction of what  ought to be, from drainage, irrigation  and railway investments and the rest  is "nil." In future issues we will lake  up the difierent institutions of the  country, the civil service and other  such e\penditure-,,and show where'are'  jur monies are annually wasted on  them and their iiuinte.ijnce.  election we would advise all sciutin-  eers to swear all offering to vote who  are not personally known and as entitled 10 vote, and to take aii accurate,  outline of their personal ..'appearance  so'they can be traced and identfied.  It may be a considerable task, but it'  may serve a useful end.  AN EERIE EPISODE.  UNTRUE  WHOLLY.  Some of Mr Reiallack's friends,  md especially his subsidised press, are  eirculating t.ie report that Mr. Green  called the S uidj 1 convention on the  ^th lhat gave li,ni the nomination.  -Ve have t> characterise the statement  a. wildly untrue The Editor of this  paper assum.s the w ule responsibility  >f originating the idea. Through his  orrespondence with prominent men  i 1 the constituency it uas decided on.  I'o do Mr Green absolute justice, we:  nay say he was not at first favoiable  t) it, for two reasons���������first, that it  could not be called in urn.*, and secondly, because in the absence of .ai  voters' list it cou d nut be made mdis-  ,^'itibly rcprcsen auvc When, how-,  ever, he learned ihe id:a was popular  he gave it his eiicourag.ment What-  orrespondence he h id with proinin,-,  e it men. previous to nis nomination,  we of course do not know, but wc  mow of no eflort on his part to fore:  ���������������������������.all the convention, and we are fur-;  ther certain that, unlike Mr Retallack;  he wis not made a candidate by the  giivernm-nt and forced on the constit-  lency in   niy shape or form  What 111.1v or may not have been  Mr. Green's opinions of the cjoveriir  ment in days gone by is a mattei of  10 moment, when in this country tinman issue before the people is the  government's polirv from session to  session. As their position and policy  ire as c angeable as the tail of; a  .veaihcrcock, individual electors may  tie  excused it  their   opinions   change  llso. ";.  Mr. Green's position now is an independent opponent of the government, thit is he will support the present opposition in the right, and on all  I'lestioiis wherein heconsid-is opposition 10 the government the best for  the people and the countiy; but he  does not wan: to bind himself to oppose a government measure that he i-  convriced is proper and just. This is  nis position m a nutshell, and in a few,  days |lc \vill lay it before the ele< tors  a 1 public mjctmgs over the constitu:  encv. In one p. iticular then his po  sition is in marked contrast with that  of Im opponent The latter stands  tied to the government neck and  heels, even to taking $1,600,000 of  public money to build a railway to the  Klondyke and to expend a million  and a quarter on parliament buildings  at Victoria, t^at were estimated to  cost but half tint sum.  ANOMALIES  The election \iws of this province-  present many peculiarities, and many  of them are not for the improvement  of public morality. For instance, tip.  to April last, no declaration was required; to go on the list, so that a. man  might place himself, on as<inany lists  as he liked, and vote as often on polling days as the.'proximity of constituencies would allow him to do. lender that law there are, now many  names on the lists that should not be  there, and as there is no revision before the courts; many of: the lists mtif't  be pretty���������wel!stuffed. Take our own  constituency for instance. 'There'appear on the list to be 571 votes at  Kaslo, 155 at Sandon and 9S at  Three Forks. The explanation for  that is this : On the list of 1894 there  were 322 at Kaslo, 70 at Three Forks  and but one at Sandon. There has  been no revision, of that list since, and  the numbers that have been added  within the.past few months go to supplement the figures of four years ago.  There have then been about 235  added in Kaslo, 155 in Sandon and  some 2S at Three horks. The facts  show, however, lhat many of the original 322 at Knslo and 70 at Three  Forks have moved to Sandon within  the past four years and will vote here,  though their names stand at those  places. Many more at those places  are dead and many left' the country.  Were there a-revision by a judge before polling;, next month, all these anomalies would be changed, .  ��������� Another anomaly is that if a man is  011 at one end of a constituency, say  at Kaslo, he.camvote at Slocan City  if he wants to. This, of course, is a  convenience to honest voters who are  a distance from, where their names are  registered ; but it is also a convenience to the rasral who wants to personate a dead man or stuff a ballot  box,  for  payment.      In    th.*   present  The contortions of government  newspapers' aie amusing. Here arc  sonii of them irom the Kaslo News as  a sample : "The constituency-has had  experience with opposition and independent candidates, a:,d neither h:is  been satisfactory... * * ���������*. Kelly wys  vvithoul iiitluenc- until he declared  himself with the opposition, and then  his influence was limited. , * * *  Hiime carried no weight and he could  do nothing except as he got it through  government sources (as if .it was a  fact tintthe opposition heid. half'the'.  Treasury) * * .*'" Ol course lhe gov"  eminent party has the magnanimity to  see -that.positive-injustice should not  be done this sot-lion of die'country."  It closes by asserting the duties of tlie  ���������department of mines will be divided,  and if we elect Mr. Retallack thai another $.1,000 a year will be added to  the-country by a .separate minister, cf  mines, and we will have ihe honor of  being responsible for that additional  expense on the country. Wc are lold  that.Tiirner"& Co. while handling the,  public .money���������.thai"is no.more" theirs  than the 'capita!'of tlie.K. C. Bank���������-  have the '���������magnanimity" to s;.e that  positive, injustice is mil d-.no this  country. It must be a wonderful  stroke of .magnanimity surely iii a  public s-'ivant, sworn to do justice to  :ill,to se-e that positive injustice has iv'n  been done West Kootenay. 'Rah for  magnanimity. : Suppose now we .were-,  to carry this kind.'of -argument,:to its  iogi'-alconclusion. that to gel absolute  justice, or as some call it favors, vve  'must send' -.'.supporter to the House.  A.favor oi. any kind to one. constit,u:  eiuy means a fiaiicl on other constituencies. Then c>if every constituency  sent in supporters: they.would all defraud what?-.. There's the rub. K the  ���������Turner-government cannot see justice  except through the magnanimity a man  would indulge, in 'pelting a bone to a  begging dog: at His .door, the sooner  the people,find it out the beuer; and  the sooner the people starve to death  shysters of newspapers that encourage  that principle in governments,, tlie  belter for the country. If it were not  that, we were told otherwise by. the.  prints that defend ihe administration,  we vyouldbe disposed 10 assume thai  the government treated all parts of the  country alike, and we would have to  criticise... it on its policy merely ; but  when the suspicion is forced on us by  its newspaper apologists,, that inequality of treatment is meted out, opposing  constituencies being punished for opposition, our grounds for denunciation  are doubly intensified.  . One explanation for the frequent  trips of our finance minister, the Hon.  Mr. Turner, to the money markets,  mortgage in hand, is the excessive  waste of -public money in . our civil  service. Tike our insane asylum, for  instance. .In it' there are const'ntly  employed a medical superintendant, a  Stewart, a clerk, kouktekn male attendants, four female attendants, a  matron, a. night watchman, a cook and  ���������a ������������������ laundress.- That is double the  number-of attendants'at the institution  in Selkirk where there are double  the number of inmates. The crazy at  Westminster must be crazy indeed if  they require so much watching. This  staff in salaries alone costs the country  $15,521. But if the loans run up this  way, and -mortgaging and indebtedness increasing, the country will soon  require more asylums and poor-  houses.  The Slocan News says The Rkvif.w  misunderstands it. There is nothing  surprising in this surely. It next says  The Review makes a base insinuation in attributing mercenary motives  to a couple of .papers for supporting  Mr. Retallack. If we are not mistaken, Mr. Young in his late peregrination through the constituency told  some people he was no', working for  nothing.  One .of the main objections to Mr.  Retallack's candidature is lhat he is  lhe nominee of the Turner government. '.. When three or four ministers  vyill show a divine right they profess to  have to thrust a candidate on any constituency the public will look into the  matter. We always thought this .was  aright of the people.  TO OUUE 00r,f> IS OXR DAY.  Take Lax itivi-BmnioQuinine Tublrt.i.  All (Iru^iiiBtn ret iml t ii- money if it  I'milit lo cure.    !������"> criitH.  It was at a masquerade,at Galinber  ti's studio in one of the old Romau pal-  ncc-H. Thero were ruusic, the tripping  Eouncl of dancing'foqt, laughter ami tho  unintelligible hum of'conversation inin:  gled in a gay niedley.   '<  Carson, au American, a new 'arrival-  in the city r,nd a stranger to that colony of .sculptors and painters, hud been  accidi ntally separated from thu friend  who brought him iu tbo crowd Shortly  of tor his entrance to the ballroom.  He was wandering listlessly among  the merry- 'maskers, quite regardless ' of,  their gibe-sand laughter at his expense..  Tired at length of his aimless peri-gri-  uatious, lie turned.aside from the glaring lights aud heat to the shade and  coolness of tlie balcony. -  The wide casements at tho <3iid oftiio-  rooanvere 0).ai and gave ari unobstructed view of the kaleidoscopic scene''within.''A divan -near the balustrade offered  a pluce for repose', but it was uot until-  ho was Seated tb'iil li'i was awaru of, tlie  presence ol  a l::i, be  occupied  tbo  farther: end of t;. y.-an' and was partially couceiiled . L.. the drooping: ino  ferus aud palms with which, the lial-  otiuy was decorated.-Sho moved slightly  in her uc-st of tricolorcd cushions, aiid  her fan fell with a,slight clatter, upon  the .stone fl'if.T. ���������    i  G:,r.suu i,icked, it up Biid gave it to  her with a .courteous bovy. Sho thimk'ed.  him, MA-alviiig in English, with,just the  slightest, Italian accent.  "I fear that lam iutrudiug, signora,"  he said. ,,.   "  ".Not so. The bnlcoiiy is free, to all  who come   There can bo no intrusion."  She reached up her baud as.she spoke ;  and pushed aside the feathery branches  that   swayed   between them.    Then be  saw that she was young and very fair to  look -upon. ,     ' .       -,���������'''.':  Iler. face, was decidedly English. She  wore an indescribableswathiuggarineut  of,. Kofi, texture that was gathered up  clocely about her neck and fell to her'  feet iu long, cliugiug folds���������strongly  Euggestivo ���������"��������� of a Bernhardt costume.  Two beautifully shaped arms were bare  to the shoulder, and the small hands  that lay in hor lap looked as though  they had beeu modeled in wax.  She leaned back, resting her head upon the stuccoed pillar, her fan waving  languidly to uud fro.  "Permit, liie," said the American,  taking the dainty laco and ivory trifle  from her baud aud 'fanning her gently.  She smiled a graoious assent, and  then began talking.  It was bo warm in the ballroom aud  one grew so tired danciug, she said.  Did the gentleman dance? Perhaps lie  was not acquainted with, many ladies  ���������a strangor in Rome? Was lie au artist  or a sculptor?  "Neither, signora. lam an attache."  "From what country���������England?'.'   ���������  :"'"'"N6���������-America;" . ���������������������������  '.'America! Ab, that marvelous laud 1"  She chatted on iu au open, friendly  ,manner un'Ml u bevy of tired dancers invaded their retreat. Amoug them was  bis friend Tarro.   .  ���������<������������������ "Great heavens, Carson! Whero.have  you-been?. I have looked every \\ hero for  yon. '' Everybody is unmasking, aud it  is time for, supper. No doubt you are  starving. Come, I have secured a (able,  uud you are to meet some charming women'. What have you been doing here  all alone? , It was exceedingly stupid iu  us to get separated;'.',  "I have not been alone," replied Mr.  Carson. Hu glauced around, but the lady was gouo.  ���������  "Not alone? Why, who was v/itii  yon?"  '"Tho lady. Did you not seo b or when  you came?"  "A .caprice, ray dear boy. I saw 110  lady.' No, you sat there inoomng, staring iu a iuo'st sentimental maimer at  that Moorish lantern hanging .over  ,there.. Come aloug, They are waiting  for us."  They lingered long over their supper.  Thero -wero .merry, high pitched talking  and much langbter, but Carson was not  ilia state of hilarity. His restless, bored  ���������glance wandered over the assembly, a:al  ouce he started and turned sharply iu  his chair at the low voice of a woman  who, with her escort, passed close be-"  side him.  Tarro tried to rally him ou bis ab-.  stractiou, but his brow contracted fretfully, and he nervously fiugerecl a spray  ���������.of. flowers that lay by, his plate. He  was not sorry wheu the ball was ovei  and bo found himself on tho pavement  outside of the palace.  A cab was waiting, but ;-without  knowing why be decliued to accoiMj^.vny  bis frieud, saying ho preferred to. walk  to bis hotel. He sauutercd aloug slnvvly,  with   bowed  bead, absently staring at  ... i   ���������  fcb.9 dtm shadows cast by tho waning  moon. As be v������as passing across tha  Piazza do Faruese he heard a low voica  speaking: .    ,  "So we nmet again !"  He halted. She, bis new acquaintance, was beside him.  "Signoru!. You liore'nt this hour and  nlouc? Where aro your friends?"  Bbo smiled. "You will walk with me  to tbo Street below, will you not?" ;  "Certainly. But your frionds���������tlieii  curelcssucss is criminal."  They walked through tbo square and  down several streets almost in silence.  Presently she stopped buforo the eu-  trance of a bouse.  "Here, signer 1" sbo said.  Almost   simultaneously   sbo   swayed  forward   and. caught   bis  arm,   at   the'  same timo uttering a smothered cry.  I   "You   are   liurtI" he exclaimed anxiously.    "You have -twisted your ankle  ou those wretched stoues." ' -  "I fear so." Sho pressed her hand  npr.u her bosom aud looked into his eyes  wiiii mate appeal.  "Yoa cannot walk." Pie stopped and  gathered her up into his arms. "I will  cairyyou.   Which door?"  "The- fourth," sbo replied, her face  flushing as tha light of the early day  foil upon it.  A drowsy janitor answered his ring.  He ascended the first flight of stairs  without pausing, carrying her as a  im���������: might a child, happy at tbo delicious touch of her bare arms against  his neck as sho clasped him.  On the second flight ascent was not so  easy. Her weight grew heavier, and  the head that had now falleu on bis  shoulder pressed like a ball of iron, liei  arms were relaxing their clasp and lay  against his neck with startliii:; coldness. She seemed to be lotliiu,' hers: If  go, aud at each Btep grew heavier hi  proportion.  -f 1   >\             ^  ������U'\S^ ,  - W  Kl  ���������\:  1 ���������(���������!'-  -/  ^4  1     NflFTfiST"  m  . h ( . When a 111:111 jjets down'  4*2)? \������J&? flf'-t* <>7i hi.s-baek,-.fio-Uiiit.he  '-' ~'    . Iibs to b",'carried about like  a baby. Ik- fmaily realizes (hat lie is-a side  laiin. V'e'rj' freqnen'.'-y he. lias been a sick  iiian for years, but has rocklesBly,refused  to recognize nature's w'a:-n'.ti.5fs.-��������� Severe'  ���������iihieps'is something. t!:at does not strike-a  mau like a. flasli of Jiji'httiiti;^. It cree]iB'  Upon hi;;! -by decrees, and' at. every filep  warns hiru v,-itli a new 'daag-er sijrnal.  Wlivn ;i man feels V out'of' sorts " or  "kui/ckecl out," -orwhalever lie may call it,  lie is asick man. It is time to take wara-  iiiffi Jleadaehesj drowsiness, loss of sleep  a* ui'vht, loss of appetite, !ieniousness)'.ba<!-  ttisie in the mouth in 'tlie ijioriiiutr, and  friylilAil dreams���������ail these are warnings of  ei'eroachins illness. Dr. Pierce's Golden  Slc-dical rjiscovery creates appetite, cures  dyspepsia, stimulates the liver, purifies the  blood, quickens: .the circulation ,aud tones  the- nerves. It".makes rich, red, tissue-  buildina: i.lood. It builds finii fleshy -but  doers not make corpulent people more corpulent.. Unlike cod liver oil, it does not ,  make - flabby (!esh. On the contrary, it  tears O.r.vn and excretes the unhealthy tissues that constitute corpulency, and replaces them with tlie fit iii, muscular tissues  of ifoiid health. It cures. 9!} per cent, of  all cases of 'consumption. All bronchia),  liiioai and kindred ailments, as - linpreriti^j-  eoiirr'r.s. :'-pitlin;r of blood and,weak luiiffs  are eured by ii. 'I'luiusands have, testified  to i(s ineiits.    At a'.l niedi-jine stores.  It is a dealer's business to (five you  .what you ask for ; not to tell you what  .yen, want '  I>r. Pierce's,. Pleasant Pellets cure con-  slioatiou. ., Ccui.s!iuati'iu . is the cause of  ninny iliseri-ics. Cure the cause and you  cure the <li������.ease,'...-' One " Pellet " is. n  R-eiule . laxr.iive. and two a mild , cathartic. Dnistrist"' sell them, aiid nothiup; is  "ins', as ir.iotl." '  if    Is     '^  JL*������  "I' II  ICi&S  'T\TV  ���������^f*^  &  maiden,   but   something    iir.rue.  and horrible���������something that was bearing him down and Buffoeatiug him with  a  sensation  as  though  his chest waa  bursting. , ,,  0 On tbo third landing be felt her slipping. ���������  "Signora," he faltered.  He sought to renew bis hold, but the  bui-den, now a ��������� dead weight, slid from  his arms, aud she fell with-a heavy  thud to the. floor. ,'.  ' "'What noise is this?" called a masculine voice iii Italian.'  Ciirsoii began a hasty explanation t'A  tho man, whose bead protruded from, a;  partially open door.  The man oaiue forward and bent o.v.e������  her. y ���������.  "13he does not belong here," hasniQ'..  '"'Sho is a stranger.. Sbeispaleaadeatliv.  Unfasten her clothing.' Sbo must bava,  fainted. , Where is tbo janitor? The  fool! Ho uevcr is here wheu be is needed. Cali luiu.signor, and senjl'for a-,  physician." His hasty band broke, fclia:  knot ol: ribbon that confined her bodice-  With a'wild cxclaniatioii be instantly,  loosened his hold ou her iir-K-s ibid sttw't.--  ed backward. The fall throat and. whit-ty-  bust were tixjiosed.' There were deep ,  bluish purple bands around tho , throat  ujid-a']|iipii:-^ dagger wound, dark with  coagulated, blood,, on tho snowy bosom.  Their .cries aroused the .-janitor, who  hastened to call the police. Presently ho.  returned, iianliug up- the,stairs, accompanied by au officer. Carson drew asido  tbo curtain, and the bright light of day  fell upon tbe^body.  "Holy Virgin!" cried the  policeman  as ho saw the dead woman.  .   "Can you  identify her?" asked Carson.  "Yes," returned the man. "She ia  the woman wlio=wns found, murdered  ou the Corso night beforo last. How.  came she hare:"���������M.'11. Halm in Argonaut.   '  The latest Magazines arrive daily:   ...  '--..''..'��������� .''���������..,.'/..' ''...",,'  Wall   Papers���������the  latest ^designs���������the  fonly complete stock in the city.    ���������;./���������'      .    '  Stationery in every style and quality.  ��������� e&a  islsv  The Best Blank Books for all purposes.  S  mall Wares to no end.  i^'=;,,-v  1 h/'H  , r-    1;.'  ���������^1  "V-:*\  ������������������������"> ?/  i~&<0  ��������� /.;  I'-RH^KATiS'  \y /������������������^n'jr/\c-r'j:',i:-R-5  ���������rl-rtOl L>' [  l^CM i'!:/)3'!Lri!HEfi,V^L!rD    B  !;���������( n:;: r-r...:e;;;i-v.!^oii-:iY;jRoi  '������������������ivw.", r.:;y:-';:.oo .    . q  n.'i.'i  Sporting Goods for tall.  ES  LftTEST  G  POR; EYENING-- AMUSEMENT.  ji'VJ'.'JL,.  ^Sfe  Jlf  ���������*5 A  m  A vegetable remedy for d'^seases  arising" from Disor '.ired Live^Sto  macii or Bowels, such as fjfeidaclie,.  Biliousness, CoustipatioA,. Goatcd'.  Toagrue, Bad Breath, Reeling1 ot  Languor, Distress after Satin?, etc  Mas. Cr.A.nA. Howe, Morsoion, N.B., says J'  "I u-;od La^a-Livor PjUg ior Headaches .  und Jjivor Trouble, and they not only re--'  Hovcd iuo but cuveut 1110; Thoy do riot:j  (tri]jo or sicken and aro citsy to take." 1  Sold by all Dpug-g-ists at SSOt,  a. Vial or> 5 iop $'^00,  : Call and see one of the most complete  stocks of Ohurcli. Books, School Supplier,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books, Musical Goods, &c,  in the Kootenay country.  '*$?%"  sM  colas  After  coughs   and  the germs   of  consumption  often gain a foothold.  Scott's Emulsion of. Cod-  liver Oil with Hypophos-  phites will not -cure- eyery  case; hut, if taken . in time,  it will cure many.  Even 'when'-the disease is  farther advanced, some remarkable cures are effected.  In the most advanced stages  it prolongs life, and makes  the days far more comfortable. Everyone suffering  from consumption needs this  food tonic.  ���������.vet unci t/'.oo. I'll druggists.  8C0TT &'!U0WNE,    Clicmisla, Toronto.  ^C*������^���������^������������^������o3|C������������^������Jf������������^������������^������Jf������������3f������Jp  fvJ  H���������4 1���������-4  Between the B. 1ST. A. and B. C.Banks,.  Sandon, B. C.  \      I   ��������� i~rr .������������������������������������.ii   |ii<<  ���������I ������-��������� I    '���������  I     , ���������   ,   1 > J, 1 >  r.-trnmnrmmmm.       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A -i      ������',  -J,   'l.<--.������;       ii   f, ,   I. -      ������> SATURDAY. JUNE 18, 1898.  THE MHOTGr REVIEW.  SMELTER C0HD1TI0K8.  Are Changing for the Better In   British  Columbia.      .   t,    .    .    '  . The following notes on the- ,changes  that have taken place in the smelting  conditions in the Rossland district are  ������������������ of interest just now when the matter  of a local smelter is under considera  tion. From these it will be seen what  mi important part advantages of location and transportation; such as Vancouver possesses, plavs in the smelting  business. The Miner outlines the situation as follows : .'���������''...'  For the past   two   years   the   War  Eagle company has   actively   applied  .itself to,the task of developing its mine  "and for over a year it has  been   in   a  position to market its ore, but did not  elect to do so. The management when  .'approached on the situation would say  ��������������������������� tiiat it was, waiting, till   tlie   cost   of  smelting was  reduced.   , Its   patience  ,   has* at lust been rewarded, and instead  of a Siljthe old rate.the price of freight  and treatment has been reduced to  ������7  per ton.   This is n saving- of$4 per.ton.  The contract of the  War  Eagle, with  the Trail smelter calls for the delivery  of 200 tons per day.,   On this  quantity  the com puny; naves SS00 per day  more  than it would liad it marketed its  ores  under the operation of.(.hcold rate   of  ' $11...   A saving of $S0O a day would  in  . si" .year   amount   to   ������292,000.'"'  This  'amount would be a tidy sum to divide  among the stockholders.  There arc reasons for-this reduction.  It was impossible for the company  'that formerly operated.the smelter to  quote the low rate,' which is now a  comparatively easy matter for the present open tors to grant.  ,  In Lhe first place, the . cost of lime  jiiid down at Trail was $2.50 per toil,  whf>re it is now less than on������-half that  sum. In the second place, the cost of  coke was ������12 perton;.and besides this  ���������there were other, conditions and restrictions in the. way of transportation  '. that made it unprofitable to smelt ore  , for less than the figure then in existence. Now the C.T. R. can bring in  the coke and flux much cheaper than  any private firm or individual can, because it owns and operates lines . of  railway. It is '"naturally interested in  building up tlie smelting industry because it' enjoys a monopoly of the  handling to and from the smelter and  ii-lso of the traffic .ofthe people of the  Smelter City. This company has on  peveral occasions announced that: it  did not cure to make.any thing out- of  the smelting���������that its money \*ouldbo'  made in transportation. It is no wonder, therefore, that the cost of smelting ore h-is been reduced to'-the present price. It is a good thing for the  camp, however, that'the present con-'  dition.of a'fl'airsexists for the reason  that thq-low-grade ores of the camp  can now be marketed. This is going  to add greatly to the importance of  the camp, because it will greatly increase, the oat-put.    ,  A Good Scheme.  Frank Watson passed through the  cify"Tue8d������yon his, way - to Spokane.  He stated that he expected to return  to-day and remain in Slocan Gity until  the Springer creek.road is completed  to the Arlington basin. The government has appropriated $8,000 for the  .construction ef a wagon road up Six  'jSIilo to Lemon creek, and Mr. Watson  aaid'that he intends 'to use his influence to get tlie government to use  the same upon the extension of the  Springer creek road and that he believed that he would be successful in  accomplishing that result. , Should his  efforts be attended with success there  would bt a sufficient sum of money to  build a splendid road from Slocan City  to Lemon creek which would be within close proximity to 1.11 the rich properties en route, and would answer all  purposes far better than, to have the'  funds expended upon the building of  two roads and neither, one of them  made complete or serviceable.���������Slocan  City News.  What Sandon Has.  The following is   from   the   Slocan  City News:  Sandon has a heavenly air,  For it's up so near the skies.  It, has two weekly papers  That ne'er indulge in lies.  For mines it has   the   Ruth   and  Payne,  Also the Goodonough ;  ���������Then there's the Reco and the  Star    .'..'���������'..���������'  Away up on the bluff.  They have the coolest people,  That every one must, know.  'This can be accounted for; -  They are always in the snow.  Jiut if you want to sod a town  That bus a little life,  Just take a trip to Sandon  And take along your wife.  For they have the finest hotels.  There arc in the land���������  ..Chicken fricasse and quail-on-loast  ,Ail at your command.  ���������D.R.Y.  'v-^V-^X/^V ������  i     These watches are solid 14-carat  gold, and onr usual list price for   \  '��������� thenf here in England is .������5 (S25) <������  each,'but,to introduce .our enor- J  ihous Catalogue, we will send you %  this watch free if you take ad van-'' f  ,tago of our marvellous offer.   If  f  ��������� you want one, write us without,. ���������>  deliy.. 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'in w-liich  II-.MILLIONS 349,325 ^IftRKS,  surely Have to be won.  ,- In  the course of TiruisK Advant-  AGEOOS   DliAWTN'GS,     which    con l.'lln...  according to l-heProspci't-ii!" only HS.'OOO'  tickets, the following Prizes will be  forthoeminff, viz:  TheHiOHEST PaizE will bo event.    .  SOO.OOO MARKS.  Premimn of 30,0000 Murks  "1-Prizn of 200.000 Murks  , ' ��������� 1 Prize of 100.000 Murks  2 Prizes of 75.000 Marks  1 Prize of 70,000 Marks  1 Prize of 65,000 Marks  1 Prize of   00,000 Marks  1 Prize of" 55.000'Marks  2 Prizes of   50,000-Murks  ...         1 Prize   of, 40,000 Marks.  1 Prize   of  80,000 Marks  2 Prizes of   20.000 Marks  20 Prizes of   10,000 Murks  50 Prizes of    5,000 Marks  .    100 Prizes of    3,000 Marks  ��������� 200 Prizes of    2,000 Marks  812 Prizes of     1,000 Murks  151S Prizes of       400'Marks  40 Prizes of       300 Marks   '  140 Prizes of       200 Marks  3G952 Prizes or-      155 Marks  9959 Prizes of 134,104,100  Marks  '9351 Prizes of 73,45,21 Mark's  in all 59,ISO prizes which must he  r������rely won in 7 drawings within  the space of a few months.  The highest prize of 1st drawing am-ounts to Mark 50,000, increase in 2nd drawing to Mark  55,000 in 3rd Mark 60,000. in 4th  Mark 65,000, in 5th Mark '70.000,  in 6th Mark 75,000, in 7th Mark  200,000, Uriel together with the  premium of Mark 300,000, in the  most fortunate case to Mark  500.000.  The ofiici;il cost fur .participation in  [lie first two '  drawings amounts to  Bollar 4.50 for n full ticket.  'EJollar 2.25 for balf a ttclwrt.  Dollar 1.13 for oncsQiiactcr of a tlcftct.  > Half i'esp.  quarter tickets will ontitlii to one-half  . resp. one-quartCt of the ntitonnt, won by the rcsjioctivu  number, named on the ticket.  Tin.!stakes for participation in the fol'owinjf drawing  as welt as tlie exact pri.Te-tnlile, are" imlicate'd in the  01-*I?ICIAI. PROtSlMiCTUS. which I -semi on demand gratis in advance. The prospectus is nisi > sent  gratis with every order. After the drawing I sliali  forward tneyery.' ticket-holder the utlicial list of the  ' wiimintr numbers. ��������� '���������.  The payment and forwarding:'  | of the amounts won  j     to those concerned will have my special and prompt'  attention, and with tlie most absolute secrecy.  itiT'Keiuitiance of money can be made l������y Aieericm  j     Hank-notes by registered letter or IVisiuihce (irdeis.  i     .Sio.ill auHuints can also l>e sent by postage stamps.  J        *1Tj*"   On acci'imt of the .-qiproiichinfi' drawuii.' nt  I     tho prizes, please address the orders iuuucdintelv" in ;dl     |  }     conlidence direct to ' ���������       . ';  Samuel Heckscher Senr..  Banker,    llaniburg, Goi-nianv.  IT A GY ARD'S I'EC'J.'OR A L  B ALS A M  Ts the standard remedy of the world  for GongiiH, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron-  cliitis and all lung and throat troubles.  J-'rice 25c. at all dealers.  Yoa need it to bear the daily hardens of  life. If your back's weak���������Doan's Kidnoy  Pills will strengthen it. It it paina and  rcIios���������Doan's Kidney Pills will ouro it. No  experiment in taking Doan's Kidney Pills.  Thoy cured hundreds of weak, aching backs  long before other kidnoy pills were dreamed  of.  Mb. James Row, Belleville, Ont., suffered  for nine years with terrible pain in tbo  back, rlieumatio pains, and pains in the  bladder. He spent -B30O doctoring, but got  little relief. Doim's Kidnoy Pills have  completely cured him, banished tho baok  pains, and all the other pains and aohea.  THE ONLY ROUTE to TRAIL CREEK  aiulthe mliK-i-al (liKti-lclKof t'.iioColvllle ,Vtc-s-  iTVittlon. Nelson. Kuslo, Kooteniiy  Luke and Slocan points.  WATIA' EXCKl'X.' SUXDAY, .'"JJETWEEN  SPOKaNE.ROSSLAND AND NELSON  ���������'���������LEAVE.    '' .,        ''���������    ,."   :;   "���������   ���������'    AllBIVK    .  10.00 ii.ni .:..'.Kosslaiid'..,;..'-. .3.40 p.m.  K.10 a.m Nelson.  0.00 p.m..  '". 8.00 ii.ni..'.' Spokane ...COO p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  ''      ���������������������������>     ' Rossland.;  Close conneetions at Nelsou with ������i������arafr  lor Kaslo and al'.'Kootonav ,ni:������ iionu.-'.  Passensers lor Kettle river and Tloimdnry  creek connect at Marcus with stficre dully.  'acme  Railway An Soo Pacific Line.  THE VA1T AND SOPKIM'Oll HOUTK  10, [ASTERN AND EUROPEAN POINTS..  TOPAGIFIG COAST AND FAR EAST POINTS.  TO 'RICH'fiOLDFIELDS-flF KLONDYDE, YUKON.  TOURIST GAR SBUVIC13 dally to St. Paul.  Daily'except' Tiuwclny to Eastern,  Canadian  and U. S. point!.  Bajjgas'> chocked lo destination  and through  tickets lssitoii,.  DAILY   CONNECTION   to   tlie   main  line  ,,poinls, excepting Sunday���������to mid   Irom  ,   Nelson., '���������������������������-  Train leaves Snndon daily al. 7,-ir> a. m.  Train arrives Sandon daily at .'l.floii. in.  Ascertain present,reduced rates and full inlor-  niatibn liy addressing nearest local ngent  . or  A..C. M"ARTHUU, Agent, Sandon  W. F. Anderson,Trav. Pass. Agt., Nelson  K. J- Coylo, Dist. Pass. Agt,, Vancouver.  BE. SURE  YOUR  TICKET   READS  ���������VIA 0. P. R.  Kaslo and  Slocan  ��������� ...'     E.ailway.:  Tine xmh.  Leave S.OO a.m.      ' Kaslo      Arrive 3.50 p.m.  .    ".      S.S8' " South Kolk       "       3-15 "  "      <).:10 ". Spoules   .     "      2.15 "  ".9.51 " AVhuewator       '      2.00 ���������'  ' "   . 10.0:; " Bear Lake       "       1.4S "  "     10.1S " JIcGuigim       "      1.33. "  "     lO.aS " Codv Juhction   "      1.12 "  Arrivel0.50 " Sandon       Leave 1.00 ,"  Lenvo 11.00 a.m.  "  -.li-.ai   "  CODY LINK.  Sandon  Cody  Arrive 11.45 a.m.  11.25 ' " '  Subject to change without notice.-  Trains run on Pacific Standard Til  nOBEUT IRVING,-'  G.F.&P.A.  OEO. P. COPELAND,  SnperiiHendent.  Por cheap Rnihvad and Steamship  Tickets, to and Trom all points, apply to  S. Campbell, Agent, Sandon, B. U.   ..'  a.ffl'  Use a first-cluss line In travelling between  JIliineii[i'>li������. St. Paul and Chicago, and the  principal towns In Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars  In service.  The Din 1 ng (',-u-s are opcratod. in thc 1 nterest,  of its patrons, U>o most elegant service ever  inaugurated.   Meals arc served a la Carte.  To obtain llrst-clnss service your ticket  sliould read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at, Chicago aim lUlvrau-  keo for lOii^tern [loinls.  Kiir lull iniorniation call on your nearest  ticket agent, or write  ���������Ias. l'oxn, orJAS. A. Clock,  Gen. Pas. Agt.. General Agent,  Milwaukee, Wis. 211! Stark St.,  Portland, Or.  .2^        50   YEARS'  ^P&lk EXPERIENCE  ������������������FiW>>       Copyrights &c.  Anyone semllne n. slielcli nnd flcscriptlon niny  aulcklr asiwrtalTi our opinion l'rc-e whether an  Invention Is prolinhlvv.-Uonlnhlo. fonimmilcn-  l.lons si.rlei IvciinlltlenUiil. Hiindlinolt ou Pnteats  sent. free, o'ldost nceiiey lor socnrmgl'alenls.  I'.ilontn taken ilu-onu-h Jliiim .t Co. recelvo  AlKiniU'omolv Illustrated weekly. Iinn:ei>l..t;ir.  rnlaiion of nnv HCii-nllllo joiinuil. 'tulina. V-. n  v(Mir; l'oiu-m'ji-,1 hH. ������1.   Sold liynll liowsilculers.  ^y!tUGo.361Broadwa41ewYoii  ]ir?.u������li Oillce, 625 V St., Wnshh.gton, J). 0.  Iiv  &j  <?  Sa  ^  Proctor & McMillan Bros.  /������������������:���������.' OF BALFOUR, :'"'������������������ .-������������������;.���������"  Manufacture'a first-class article in Pressed Brick; they are selling at low figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any .of our agents. ���������      ' (     ���������  Kaslo  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E.TRAVIS.  WHEN YOU ARE AT BEAR LAKE STOP AT THE  FIRST-CLUSS HOTEL.  RATES���������S2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  H. I. McDonald, Proprietor.  ^^^^e' ������������������  ������4������.������jfe������^?^  ������������������/.-,  \  *  s  We have every   ^  i '        w  'facility for  turning out the  best Mining and 4^  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.       ry  ���������*sr  4  'e  Orders taken for Printing  at Clifi'c's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.    ���������  s2  1.  /  ^4>K*������^������S^fj ������3KjJ|^S������^������������.^  Do you see this  package?  keep it m  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  See that this is  what you get.  v  M  "Si*  v  The many advafitages enjoyed by Rosebery put  ",.'.,". before   the   public,:    CLAIMED     WITHOUT-  OPPOSITION.    ;' j*,  ������^?;   Its Advantages as a Distributing   ������$?  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. ���������..' '''.. y .  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  ���������    Rosebery enjoys the   position of king of  the  ..   funiiell as it were, .for the railroad business of the  , ���������.���������������������������'"���������   whole of the.Kootenays.    All ore and matler 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,  ���������'���������.,. i   the first and only scales that has been put in on any  of the  C. P. R.   branches in   Kootenay���������which r  ���������goes to show the importanc-: of this point by the  Canadian, Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  'Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction~6ir the lake, unlike Slocan City,  where you. can step of) the steamer  to  awaiting  train and continue your journey.    You  can take  '������������������'' either a north or south train at this terminus j consequently Rosebery is the best transient town in  ���������  the  race.    Nevertheless   we  claim  Slocan City  ,  second in importance,  and would  say watch the  ���������." head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  ���������rai  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 tre'atment������of ores the cheapest,  Rosebery was selected, and they now are erecting  work's, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which  will be in operation within 90 days; and it is their  intention to pay out ��������� monthly in the vicinity of  . $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 arc from  $700 to $1,000, asyou did in Slocan City last.May,  ".���������    go in on the'ground iloor and make a few. dollars  ;   in speculation ; if you want to invest go to Van-        ,  . couver or Winnipeg : if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.      ���������  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a restaurant.        . (  We want a good hotel right away.  We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop. !  Anyone   looking for an   opening   spy. put this  place at once. '    .   '  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. M. BEATTIE, General Agent, Rosebery.  w  ���������������������  f* + -    r * .*  F-���������������������������.*.  1 ^^V^^STTTT^  JUT  '���������?:������',  . 11-(������������������.' 4  THE MINING REVIEW  SATURDAY. JUNE 18, 1898.  MS  1  :"<.?  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  Rossland is to have a new ������2,000  Presbyterian church.  The Hon. Mr. Turner is expected in  the Slocan about the 20th.-  The high floods are subsiding without doing any damage this year.  H. Stoecke, lateof New Denver, is  going,into business in Dawson City.  Slocan ia making preparations for  the 4th of July amusements in that  place.  The C. P. R.shipped 120 tons of ore  for the Payne and 60 for the Star the  past week.  G. Alexander is asking for tenders  for the cutting of 500 cords of wood  near this city.  The Noble Five mine will have telephone connection with the,outside  world in a few days.  A few drunks and "sarry for it" are  about all that come before Her Majesty's Beak these times.  G. W. Grimmett has just opened up  a niceline of watches which he says  he will sell surprisingly cheap.  The Board of License Commissioners  for the city will meet on ihe 30tk, to  consider triplication's i'of licenses.  Bukdock Blood Bitteks cures all  forms of skin eruptions from a common  pimple to the worst scrofulous sore.  The C. P. R. magnates from the vice-  president down have been making a  tour of the Kootenay on an inspection  trip.'   , '' -"  The bunk arid boarding house at the.  Whitewater Deep were, destroyed by  fire last week entailing a loss of about  $1,000.  Squire Lovatt has lettuce, raddishes  and such like ready for use. and like  other good Christian, he remembered  the Review office.  'I        ' '  -  .Grant Cox of this city is_ doing  assessment work near Slocan City and  the Karr brothers are also working  their claims there.  Mr. Sloan, of Three Forks, hopes to  capture a prize at Slocan City on the  4th of July with his running horse  which is now in training.  The boys are all practising putting  the stone, jumping, lacrosse, etc., to  monopolise the prize money on sports  day whenever it may conie.  The Salvation Army are attacking  Kaslo with great violence. There is a  field for them there with two parliamentary candidates seeking for votes.  The Union Sabbath School will hold  their second Quarterly Review service  on the 26th, for which the children are  practising motion songs aad choruses,  etc.  Cure that cough with Shiloh's Cure.  The best cough cure. Relieves croup  promptly. One million bottles sold  lait year. 40 doses for 25 cts. Sold at  McQueen's Drug Store.  Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizer  immediately' relieves sour stomach,  c������ming up of food distress, and is the  great kidney and liver remedy. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  Karl's Clover Root Tea is a pleasant  laxative. Regulates the bowels, purifies the blood. Clears the complexion.  Easy to take and pleasant to take. 25  cts.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  W. Coyney, at one time a newspaper  man in the Slocan Was on the ill-fated  Jane Gray that sank off Vancouver  last week. Some 30 lives were lost,but  fortunately for the scribe his was not  one of the number.  Ladies, take the best. If you are  troubled with constipation, sallow  skin, and a tired feeling, take Karl's  Clover Tea. It is pleasant to take.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  Geo. Fairbairn and Ike Thompson  left Silverton on Tuesday morning for  Aehcroft. They will make that town  their summer headquarters but could  not tell definitely where they might  wander in their travels.  The cause for the late rise in silver  is that all Spanish bank bills are payable in silver/and since the war the  holders of Spanish bank bills have  been demanding silver. When the  war collapses the price of silver will  likely drop.  F. S. Andrews, of Slocan City, is the  returning officer for this division.  Nomination on the 25th of June and  polling on the 9th of July. Polling  places are to be opened in the following towns only : Slocan City, Silverton,  New Denver, Sandon, Robson, Ka lo,  Ainsworth, Pilot Bay and Argehta.   ,  After several disappointments, the  second MacKenzie-Glover entertainment was held here on Thursday evening. Mr. MacKenzie and Miss Glover  arc undoubtedly high-class entertainers, but he should increase his stock of  jokes. Telling the same one twice in  the same place never meets public expectations.  _ The C. P. R. are issuing tickets at .i  single fare for the round trip to the  celebration at Slocan City on the 4th  of July, good to return next day. The  service from Sandon will be the regular train leaving at 7.40, with special  service returning from Slocan, leaving  there at 7 p. m. the 4th. Those who  prefer returning next day on the regular can dp so. 3 t  We are issuing a very large edition  of The Review twice a week between  now and polling day. As. the paper  will reach every voter between the  - extremes of the electoral district���������in  short visiting every house���������it offers  unprecedented inducement" to advertisers. We will quote the following  rates to business men and others in  any part of the district for the seven  issues: One column, $10 ; half column,  $6; quarter cslumn, #4. Send in your  announcements if you want the people of the whole country to read them.  Concerning Fred Emerson_ Brooks  who will appear in the Virginia hall  Thursday, June 23, MajorJjin.es Pond,  of the U.S., says: "He is unique; there  is no one like him. I have heard him  under all circumstances and always  with the same result���������he was the success. I have heard him in a parlor  entertain ten literary critics���������I have  heard him in Dr. Talmage's Brooklyn  Tabernacle applauded to the echo���������I  heard him at the great Reunion of the  Grand Army in Boston, 1S90, when  25,000 heard his poem, and cheered  until they were hoarse. Brooks is  gieat."  The election is commencing to wax  warm in some localities of the province.  Another calamity for Kaslo. because  of the conversion of its press; is the  Comiquo is likely to shut down.  The Hon. Ghaple.au, who -has been a  central figure in .Oniisidi-.iii politics for  the last quarter of a century^ is dead.  ���������(Randall Ferguson, -Kuskanook, had  a narrow escape from drowning the  other day -while  handling logs in  the  lake. ��������� ..���������',.'.,'.���������'���������"  Milburn's Sterling Headache Powders  cure headache, in a jitTy. Try them;  they'll convince you.,,    locand  25c,   alV,  dealers. ..'.'.''������������������  A Whitewater man named Matthews  fell from tht; roof of a building the  other day and received a compound  fracture of the leg.  Be not deceived ! A cough', hoarseness or croup are not to he triiilod with.  A dose in time, of Shiloh's Cure will  save yoli much trouble. Sold., at. Mo:  Queen's Drug Store.  The band bene fit 'dance given in Virginia hull last Friday evening was  fairly well attended, and all present  seemed to enjoy themselves immensely. 9The Sandon Orchestra, which supplied''the music;was relieved, for ;.,  short interval by Miss Broad well, of  the Hotel Roco, pl:ivih<; the violin in  a masterful manner," accompanied by  Mr. Griffith on the piano. Tlie financial result is a nest egg of ?35 for the  hand fund. '  The only 011 so. that ��������� disturbed ; the  serenity of our police, court the past  week was one furnished by Three  Forks'on Saturday between Huskett  and.Beckcr,, It appears the former  owtis a well from whi-sh the hitter had  drawn water forborne time till some  differences appeared on: the horizon.  After this Becker went to the well ns  usual when Haskett threw stones at  him, one leaving a mark. A fine, of  $9 and eosts to Haskett followed, and  even now he is not satisfied.  " l-'OR OVER FIliVY YKAK  -Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias been  used by millions of mothers for their children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a, slek child, suflcring  aad crying witli pain of cuttin;; teeth. Send  at once and got a bottle ol "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little suflcrerjtmmediat-  lv. Depend upon it, mothers, tliere In no  mistakeabout.it. Itcurc-sdiarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, ernes Wind Colic,  softens the gums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and onergy to the system.  "Mrs.Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething is pleasant to the taste and is the  prescription ot one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses in the United  States.' Price twenty-five cents a bottle.  Sold by, all druggists throughout the world.  Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow'3 Soothing  Syrup." ..���������'.-.  STRENGTH CAME  Tha Anvil once more rings with iho  strokea of his hamiher.  Mr. Thos. Porteous, the well Jinown  blacksmith of Goderich, Ont, tells how  sickness and weakness gave way to health  anditrength.    " Fov the past four years my  IT IS  to imitate than.to originate, but it is'not so easy to'successfully  imitate a specialty in which eminent FOOD EXPERTS'have  developed the latest achievements of modern science.  THE....  SANDON, B. G.  -,.8;-.';,. J  is the most perfect form of concentrated nutriment, unequalled  for its strengthening,.stimulatiiv.;, and nourshing qualities.  BOVRIL, Limited  50 Farringdon Street,   "..-���������'.  London, England.  25 and 27 St.  Peter Street,  Montreal,' Canada.  $100   Reward.  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly .(laid lor any ease  of runkennt'ss (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's . A loholie'  11 nd Tobacco Cure" will not cure in  two w������eks. Tlie same reinedy cures  both tlie liquor .habit and Tobacco  Habit at tho same time. Send to-day;  you either got cured ..or make 0110 hundred dollars. S-.-nt by mail'"posLiijit'-  paid to any pnr'iof th" world for Ono  Dollar.    Address all orders to  R.Eya.v, k.a.c.    ;  '- -Gower Point, Out.  NOTICE.  The first sitting of tho Court of Revis on  lor tlie purpose ol hearing all complaints  against the Assessment lor the voar 1S0S, as  made by the As.ses.-or of the City or Sandon,  IJ.'C, will beheld ,at the Council chamber,  City Ofliees, Sandon, on Wednesday, the Ul-li  day oi July, 1S!)8, at 2o'clock, p.m.  <>���������      (Signed,)   .  ,     FRANK C. SKWJCLL.  APPLICATION ..FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  Notlue is .hereby given that at the next  meeting of the Board of Lieensu Commissioners for thoCity of Sandon, Ishall apply for a  renewal of my liquor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue, in IhcCitycl  Sandon.  I. 0. 0.  C^  Sllrer OityLodso. Xo. 39, meets every Friday evening,ul".;lO o'clock,iii Crawloi-U's hall.  V. C.'sK\VFAAj, X. G.   ���������''���������.���������"'        ' "    '  'J1. U'GlirMMKTT, V. G. Grand.  .    G. W. WAITK, Roc. See. '   '.  All sojourning brothers  cordially Invited  to attend.  2   American  Plan,  t    European    l'lisii,  S3.50  per day.  52.no. per day.  Strictly Fikst glass.  ;MRS. M. A. SMITH, Prop:.  t<*\tl,\4'\.t*%t*\.''.4*\mtt..'\.1t\.n.,'\tr),i'iS\,$*.i'l.t~\i'\.t-*.'Uf"mi>  optician.  Graduate of Detroit Opticial Institute.  EYES TESTED FREE.  M. L.''Grimmett,"l.l.b.  KARitisTi-iit,    Soi.iciTOH,    Notary  Pui'LIC,   E'iC.  Sandon,     B.-C  ./'^DENTIST.- "���������'/>:  VIRGINIA BLOCK, SANDON.  .   All work promptly executed.-  WJI. SUDROW".  Sandon, June 10th, 1S0S.  Certificate of Improvements,  aerrea have "been very -weak, my Bleep fltfal  and disturbed by dreams, consequently I  arose in the morning unrested. I was  frequently very dizzy and was muoh  troubled with a mi-- that came before my  eyea, my memory was often defective and I  had fluttering of the heart, together -with a  sharp pain through it at times. In thia  condition I -was easily worried and felt  enervated and exhausted. Two months ago  I began taking Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills, since that time I have been gaining in  health and strength daily. They have  restored my nerves to a healthy condition,  removed all dizziness and heart trouble, and  now I sleep well and derive comfort and  rest from it. That Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills are a good remedy lor Nervousness, "Weakness, H^art Trouble and similar  complaints goes without saying." Prioe  50 cts. a box at all druggists or T ililburn  & Co., Toronto, Ont.  notice: ���������>  Uawdon Mineral Claim situate in the Slocan  Mining Division ol West Kootenay ])is-  trie. Where located: Joining tlie east  side line ���������of the -Bluebird Claim onCarpenter creek. "���������  Take notice that T, Charles A. Stoess, ol  Kaslo, II. C, actlnif as agent lor James L-.  lJontgomer\ l<\ ?,1. C. No..-1(150 A. and Daniel  C. Corbin, F. HI. C. Xo. 110IA. ami George D.  Potter, F. M. C. No.'4750 A, Free Minor's Certificate, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder lar a Cortili-  eate of Improvements,, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced belore the  issuance ofsuch Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 30th day of April, 189S.  CHARLES A. STOKSS.  MEN'S  OUTFITTERS.  V���������X���������/������*'ya!^���������y^���������^���������.  MINERS'arid the public in general  will findr.-a.il their requirements', in our  special lines complete, arid in variety.  Our prices also will be found quite in  keeping'vfilh the. necessities of hard  times.    ' ��������� /       .���������������������������,.'��������������������������������������������� ��������� ��������� " "..  THOS: BROWN & GO.  '  Near the Goddenotigh Hotel.  ,.'Sandon'.-',.    .  HUNT!  GENERAL MERCHANTS.  niN������ owmnj,  nimm nm  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. '  Victoria No. (1 Mineral Claim situate  in    tho  Slocan  Mining Division ot West Kootenay DIsirlet,  about  one-half  mile from  Sandon and northeast, of the  Argo Mineral Claim.  Take notice'hat I, J. M. It. Fairbairn, act-  ingasagent far  G.I).   McMart.in,   K.   M.  C,  uliltt A; T.P. Durham, F.Jl.C, 20G18 A; Thomas  Milne, F.M.C.,(M15 A; 'I'liomnslrwiii. F.M.O.,  -1347 A; C. D. Scott. K.M.C.. S5ft5 A; A. K. .Inlui-  ston, F.C.M..559A: W.K.Leigh ton, F.M.C.,45-1 A,  intend, sixty dajs Irom tho date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a  Certificate  ol Improvements,'lor the purpose ol   obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above claim*  And further take notice that, action, under  sjction 37, must, be eonimeiirpd before tho  Issuance ot such Certilieate ol 'Improvements.  Dattd this 11th day of June,'1S0S.  and lhe public���������one and all���������  will find our stock in variety,  assortment, and prices all that  they require.  AIT needs can.be  fully met-  .prices as low'as the lowest.  at  ALWAYS KEEP ON HA8D   ,  THERE IS NO KEftD  OP  PRIX   OR (  ACHE,   INTERKAL   OR   EXTEHliAL,  THAT  PAIN-KILLER WILP. HOT RE- -  LIEVE.    ' '     . I  % LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUS- '  J? STITUTES.      THE GENUINE   BOTTLE  < BEARS THE NAME,  %        PERRY DAVfS & SOW.  9'^^^fe/?*v^/5^-^<a.*a^/������^&^*,&'^0  Certificate of ImproYements.  NETICE.  Elvira Msnenil Claim situate in   the  Slocan  Mining Division of West   Kootenay   District.      Whero located .     On Hayne   Hill,  northwest of llulo about U.00U   feet above  Carpenter Creek.   ���������  Take notice that [. J. M. It.  Fairbairn,   acl:  ng as agent low G. J.i.   McAIartin   and   T. ��������� I-'.  Durham, Free Miner's CVrtiiicates, Xos. 5fi!)-IA  an<l 20U1S A,Intend, sixty clays lroin the dale  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a  Cerlillcateoflmpioveniunts, for the purpose  ofobtaiiiing a  Crown   Grant ol"  the  ubvvu  claim.  And further fake notice that action, under.  Section37, must  be   commenced   belore   fhe  issuance of such Certilieate of Improvements  Dated this lltli nay 01 Juno,' 18HS.  SANDON.  Bruce White.  WHITE  Ni"J. Cavanaugh.  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lum-  ber;a specialty. ���������. , -.''.  Estimates'furnished.'''---���������  Contactors and Builders.  -0I?FipE AND MILL, CODY, B.C.  AGI5NTS?.--"The best Life of Her M^ajesty I  have seen," writes Lord Lome abont "Queen  Arietoria." Agents make five dollars daily.  Outfit li-ee. BHADLICY-GAURETSON CO.,  Limited, Toronto.  1 HOME  WORK V01t  FAMILIES.  %m  We want a number of families to do  work for us nt home, whole or spare  time. The work we send our-workers  is quickly and easily done, arid returned by parcel post Vis finished. Good  money-made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  address. TIIIC STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B., London, Ont.  sJ  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Ttepreseiitation Guaranteed.  SANDON, B. C.  ,  PORTMANN BROS.& CO.-, Pkopb.  Strictly First-claas;  ���������j-    Good  Sample Rooms.  y      Good Table:   .  The.besfc Brands of Liquors and  ;- Cigars. ., :;  c,       RECO AVENUE, SANDON.  I do not/write ���������������������������for-, money ;  I am no idle sailor ;  But I write to tell, the story  Of the famous Kootenay Tailors.  We're making clothes for the very best���������  A. nice Tweed Suit or a fancy Vest;  mm We have clothing for every taste.  S Give us a call;   your time we don't waste.  I'  4.-*������rV  9    '  which deals with those, weaknesses'resulting from ERRORS  OF YOUTH, such", as DRAINS, NIGHT LOSSES,  WEAK BACK, IMPOTENCY, VARICOCELE, etc.  It explains to you fully, just why ELECTRICITY cures  and CURES PERMANENTLY. It tells all about th  world-famed   DR.   SANDEN   ELECTRIC   BELT   for  AGEXTS.���������Book business is better than for  years past; also have better unci faster sell-  ins books. Agents clearing from $10,000 to  .3.10,090 weekly. A few leaders are: '���������Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," *'My  Mother's Bible Stories," -'Progressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpses of the Unseen," Jlrcakfast, Dinner  and ���������������������������'upper," "Canada: an Kncyelopedla."  ibmlts on time. OuMits free to canvassers.  TflK BI'tADLICY-GARUKTSON CO., Limited,  Toronto!  WEAK MEN���������young or old.  with it I cured 5,000 last year.  I am the ' inventor, and  at office,  or if you do not live near enough to call,   write for the above book,  sent sealed free.  DR. R. SANDEN, 156 St. James Street, Montreal, Que.  Mr. Stephen Wescott, FreeporV  N.S., found (Burdock Blood Bitters)  a wonderful blood purifier and gives  his experience as follows: "I was  very much run down in health and  employed our local physician who  attended me three months, finally  my leg broke out in running sores  with fearful burning. I had thirteen running sores at one time,  from my knee to the top of my foot.  All the medicine I took did me no  good, so I threw it aside and tried  B.B.B.; when one-half the bottle was  gone, I noticed a change for the  better, and by the time I had finished  two bottles my leg was perfectly  healed and my health greatly improved."  lire!  STORES, BUTCHERS  FullPrict-s. Correct Selection'  ptiraj5i^!5=H55ga;  ALL SHIP US  Jtopea & Tugs Furnished Fice  ,.,/  ^l|������^s������fj  T^LLOV/, QIHSSNQ, SENECA.  S@- Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices. ~������a  Immediate Remittances.  jSIo Commission Changed.  200 IRST AVE.. NORTH,  nmiimvQLU.  A   FIT   WE   GUARANTEE.  Just come and have a trial,  And then nrf friend }rou'll see,  We make clothes to fit all shapes  At all prices, and to last for all time.  KOOTEN/IY'S T/ISL0R5;  WHEN IN S/IN&ON STOP /IT THE  *g SANDON, B. C. Rates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.  |>5j   , Headquarters for Mining ***  and Commercial Men.  R. CUNNING, Peopkiktoh.  At Sandon, Rossland, 'Kelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  Sandon, Slocan City.  :w  ���������*  .1       f    ""'������������������-^M���������������������������*"r". "' "   '"���������'VT'ttT     " ��������� ��������� -���������llT-,1"-;���������.���������~��������� nT~'"7,-iS-���������1������������������" "I . . ������������������r. , ���������-,,_   . ���������_ _ ^  i   ,.,���������.��������� r-rU-n��������� ��������� ir������������������ '��������������� -TW-������ TT    --a~ir T���������S>   Tt-" ;������������������ ���������J " -ft. -~"���������' " ���������<[  '" -IT ' T������S~    ���������I������-     ���������T~-rr-~.���������n-" -Tl���������i���������'n" -��������� ���������-1 "_ ������������������! ���������pT*7������ V\ -1PTJJ - T���������     I   ' -f.       ��������� " f������-        ��������������������������� p���������".���������-��������������������������������� -r ~-���������? ������������������-r.ir " **"T|

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