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 SAMPLE  COPY.  W  / //������������������) / /; /��������������������������� s *> \*y>*yi &\'? > JLs  a  V  YOL. 2.    ������0. 3.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  [L. S]       THCS. R. McINNES.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by tlie Grace of God, of  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, Ac, &c, etc.   -  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. IU. Eberts, 1 WHEREAS We  Attorney-General) _ have thought  lit, by and with the advice and consent  of Our Executive Council of Our Province of British Columbia, to dissolve  the present Legislative Assembly of  Our snid Province, which stands prorogued until summoned for dispatch  of business.  NOW KNOW YE that   We   do,   for  this end, publish this Our Royal   Pr������-  clamation, and do hereby dissolve   the  Legislative Assembly accordingly, and  the members  thereof  are   discharged  from further attendance on same.  In  Testimony  Whereof   Wc    have  caused these Our Letters lo be made  Patent, and the Great Seal of British  '    Columbia   to   be hereunto   affixed:  Witness, the Honourable   Thos.   R.  McInhes,    Lieutenant-Governor    oi  Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our Ciiy  of  Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh   day   of  June, in the year of  Our   Lord   one  thousand eight hundri d and ninety-  eight, ancl in the sixty-first   year   of  Our Reign.  By Command.  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  NOTICE.  The first. Kitting of the Court of Revisron  for the purpose ol hearing all complaints  against tho Assessment lor the yesir 189S, as  made by the Ahses=or of the City of Sandon,  B.C., will beheld at Iho Council chamber,  City Odioes, Sandon, on Wednesday, the Cth  day ol July, 1898, at 2 o'clock, p.m.  (Signed,)  FRANK C. SEWKLL.  APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  CHURCH    NOTES.  Notice Is hereby given that at the next  meeting of lhe Board of IjlccnsuCoinmiSMon-  ers lor the Cily of Sandon, I shall apply for a  renewal of my liquor license for the Fllbeit  Hotel, situate on I Loco Avenue, in the City ol  Sandon.  war. suduow.  Sandon, Juno 10th. 1S98.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  THOS. R. McINNES.  VICTORIA, by the Grace   of God, ot  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, <fec, &c, &.  To the Returning Officer of the Slocan  '   Riding of West Kootenay Electoral  District:  TX7TTEREAS His Honour the Lieutcn-  * "'tint-Governor of British  Columbia  lias, by a Proclamation  bearing   date  the 7th day of June, 1893, been pleased  to dissolve" the   Legislative   Assembly  of the said Province; ancl whereas it is  necessary to bold   Elections   through,  out the said Province to fill the vacancies caused by suoh 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 the Legislative Assembly of  tho  Province of British Columbia  for  the  Slocan Riding of West Kootenay Electoral District, and that you   do   cause  the nomination of Candidates at   such  Election te be held on the 25tb day   of  June, 189S, and do cause the   name   of  such Member.when so elected, whether  he be present or absent, to be certified  to Our Suptcme Court, at the   City   of  Victoria, on or before the 31st   clay   of  August next, the   Election,   so   made,  distinctly ancl openly under Our  Seal  duly indorsed upon this Our Writ.  Ii   Testimony   Wiiekeof,    Wo    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 Victorin.this seventh day of June,  in the the year of OurLord one. thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.  Bv Command.  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  PROVINCIAL   SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  Hrs 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, 1S9S," namely:  John D. Sihbald, of Revelstoke; for  the Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay  Electoral District.  Alexander Lucas, of Kaslo, for the  Slocan Riding, West, Kootenay Electoral District.  Roderick F. Tolmie, of Nelson, for  the Nelson Riding, West Kootenay  ;EIectoral District. '  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,   George A. McFau-  iiA.Ni), of Nelson.  Victoria, May 20, 1898. 4t  Provincial Secretary's Office.  Sth June, 1898.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint  Fletcher S. Andrews, Esquire, to be  ���������Returning Officer for the Slocan Riding of West Kootenay. Electoral District; and  His Honour 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.  DIARRHOSA  Tb too dangerous to neglect. Have  ���������it promptly checked by Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures  Diarrhoea, Colic.Cramps and all bow ell  complaints.  ttawdon Jlincvnl Claim situate in the Slocan  Mlninir Division o( West JCooteiiay Dis-  trlc. Where located: Joining the enst.  side line of the Ulueblrd Claim on Carpenter creek.  Tiike notice that T, Charles A. Sloess, ol  Kaslo, n. C, nctinr; as agent for James L.  lUonlBOinor*. V. M. C, Xo. 41130 A, and Daniel  C*. Corbin, F. M. C. Xo. M01A. and Gcorg-e D.  Potter, F. M. C. No. -17,)0A, Free ^liner'sCertilieate, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to tho Mining Hecordor tor a Certilieate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Ciown Grantor the above claim.  And iurther take notice that action, under  section ST, must be commenced bcloro tho  Issuance of such Certilieate of Improvements  Dated this 30th day of April, 1S9S.  CHARLES A. STOKSS.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Victoria No.fi Jlineral Claim situate  in    fhe  Slocan  Alining Division ol West Kootenay District,  about  one-half mile  from  Sandon and northeast of thu  Argo Mineral Claim.  Take nolice that, T. J. M. Tt. Fairbairn, acting as agent f.ir  G. 1).   lloMnrlln.   ]���������'.   M.   C,  flfiill A; T.I1. Durham. F3I.C.,20(518 A; Thomas  Mllnc. I'Mi.C., !������n A: Thomas Irwin. F.M.C..  ���������1.117 A; G. D. Snotl. F.jr.O.. 8505 A; A. II. John-  ston,F.C.M..55l)A:W.K.r.,olshton,F.M.C.1'151A,  intend, sixty days from thu date hereof to apply to tho Jllning Hecordor for  a  Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim*  And lurthor take notice that action, under  section 37, musl be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of June, 1S9S.  Certificate of Improvements.  NETICE.  ElviraMsnoral Claim situate in   tho  Slocan  Mini***: Division of Wesfr-TCootrnny  District.     Where located .     On nay no' Hill,  northwest ol Kulo about 2,000  foot above  Carpenter Crook.  Take notice that T, J. M. 11. Fairbairn,  acl-  ng asn^fiit for G. D.   McMartin   and   T.   1'.  Durham, Free Miner's Certificates, N'os. 560 J A  and 20G1S A, intend, slxt v days Irom the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  ofoitaining a  Grown   Grant  of  the  above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced bufore the  issuance������f such Certificate oflmprovoments.  Do ted this 11th nay of.Iuue, 1������������.  TUB    OOVnitXMUN'T    OF  Till!  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Notice to Provincial Taxpayers  NOTICE is  hereby  given   that  those  persons who desire to take advantage of the  lower rate   for  the  current  year must send  the amount thereof  to  me on or before  the 30th June, instant.  JOHN KEEN,  Provincial Assessor and Collector.  Kaslo, B. C.  [L.S.]       THOS. R. 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, &o.  To-all to whom these presents shall  come,��������� Greeting.  A. PROCLAMATION.  WHEREAS Wc  ���������P. M. Eberts.     \ '  lTTOIINEY-G KNERAIi j '  "'*��������� are desirous  ..nd lesolvcd, as soon as may bo, to  meet Our people of Our Province of  British Coinmiiia, and to have their  advice in Our Legislature, We do make  known Our Royal Will and Pleasure to  call a new Legislative Assembly of  Our said Province; and do further .declare that, by the advice of Our Executive Council of British Columbia..  We have this day given orders for issuing Our Writs'in duo form,for calling  a new Legislative Assembly for Our  snid Province, which Writs are to bear  date on the seventh day of June, instant, and to be returnable on or"7 before the thirty-first day of August  next.  In Testimony Whereof We ' have  caused these Our Letters to be made  Patent, and the Public Seal of thu  , said Province to be hereunto affized :  Witness, the Honourable Thos. R.  McInnes, Lciutenanfc-Governor ' of  Out' said Province of British Columbia, iu Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this, seventh clay of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in the sixty-first year of  Our Reign.  By Command.  B.H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  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 f������*r the morning, "Compensations of the Christian life"; evening,  "Tho body of Christ."  Presbyterian���������Services in Virginia  hall to-morrow at 11 a. m. 7.30 p. m.���������  Preacher, Rev. J. A. Cleland.  Union Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m. in  the Methodist church.���������Qnarterly Review service, to which the public are  cordially invited.  TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SLOCAN  RIDING OF WEST KOOTENAY  ELECTORAL DISTRICT. '  Gentlemen,���������At the request of a large  proportion of the community representing every section of the Riding, 1 bog to  announce myself as a candidate lor your  suffrages in the coining elections.  In respectfully soliciting your votes  ancl support I declare myself a supporter and follower of the Hon. J. IT.  Turner as the Leader of tlie only Party  in this Province with a clelined policy  and coherent existence.  During my eight years residence in  this District I have been a consistent  supporter of his party in recognition of  their attitude in meeting, and in cases  anticipating, the requirements and expansion of this great mining region.  I am in favor of the following reforms :���������  1. The abolition of ��������� the Tax upon  working miners.  2. The abolition of the Mortgage Tax.  3. The distribution of seats in the  Legislature in direct proportion to population.  4. I do not approve of the policy of  the late Legislative Assembly in using  their influence to exclude foreign rail-'  roads, such as the proposed railroad to  Boundary Creek.  5. I favor certain revisions in the Mineral and Land Acts, particularly of some  easy plan by which the holders of claims  can advertize out their defaulting co-  owners.  0. In filling all government appointments I am in favor of appointing bona  fide residents of the district in all cases  where such can be found competent to  aet.  7. I believe that the Provincial Legislature should bring all tlie aid ancl influence at its command to the assistance  of the lead mining industry, especially  in the direction of obtaining stronger  recognition from the Federal Government at Ottawa of the importance of  this industry and the disadvantages under which it wow labors.  If you do me the honor to elect mo as  your representative I will at all times  endeavor to protect ancl further tho interests not only of the prospector but  also of all those employed in and around  our mines, recognizing that our entire  community is dependant upon the  mining industry.  '    I am, Gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  John L. Retallaok.  [L.S.]       TAOS. McINNES.  .CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  a  vested freely in this district; in short,  never in Rossland's history have the  prospects appeared brighter or more  promising.���������B. C. Mining Record.  Is Beginning to Get Better in West  Kootenay.  Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom of Grout Britain  ancl Ireland, Queen, Defender of the  Faith, &c. &c, &c.  To   all   whom   these   Presents   shall  come.���������Greeting .  A PROCLAMATION,  D. M. Eberts, f WHEREAS it  Attorney-General. J. ,T is advisable  to establish the following polling  places in the several and respective  Electoral Districts hereinafter named.  NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of  the authority contained in the "Prov  incialElections Act," the Lieutenant-"  Governor in Council declares that the  following polling places shall be, and  they are hereby, established for the  several Electoral Districts, the names  of which ace set opposite such polling  places, respectively, that is to say :���������  Polt.ingPlaces.      Electoral-District  Kaslo   Ainsworth..........  Pilot Bay............  Argenta   Sandon....   New Denver........  Silverton .......  Slocan City.........  Robson ���������   Jubilee Point, Houser  Lake. ....  Whitewater Station...  Three Forks.... '���������..-  Deer Park.... .'...'  Slocan Junction, C. &  K.R'y   In Testimony" Wherdof We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent  and, the Great Seal of British  Cilnmbia to be hereunto affixed:  Witness, the Hounorable Thos. R.  McInnes, Lieutenant-Governor of  Our saiv Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this fifteenth day of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  eight, and in the 3ixty-first year of  Our Reign.  By Command.  A CAMPBELL REDDIE,  Deputy Provincial Secretary.  J- West Kootenay  ���������Slocan  Riding  Times in West Kootenay, but particularly in the  Slocan   districts,   have  been somewhat depressed lor the   past  few months, but recently   the   indications have been very   marked   that   a  gratifying change in the condition   of  affaiirj may be shortly looked for.     At  the more important mines in the vicinity of Sandon and Nelson, the forces of  workmen    are   being  increased,   and  man j* properties are   being  equipped  with large machinery plants.   Tho ore  shipments, too, which have   fallen  off  considerably,    since    March,    owing  chiefly to   pnowslides   and   blockades,  and Lhe iiKpassiiblc  condition   of   the  roads, will, we arc led to believe, make  a decidedly respectable showing   hereafter, especially us eno of the principal  producing mines, the Slocan   Star,   is  again making regular   shipments.     It  caniiot, however, be expected that  the  Slocan    ���������despite   the   extraordinary  richness of the lead ores ofthe district  ���������will enjoy   complete   prosperity   as  long as the costs of freight and   treatment arc as excessive 113  they,  are   at  present.   An eminently sensible move  was made when   delegates  were   sent  from Kaslo and Nelson to submit this  important matter to tho   attention   of  the Federal Government, and notwithstanding the lateness of the session, as  a result of the strong   representations  made by  the   members   of  the   delegation, there is a decided probability  that a commission will he   appointed  to enquire into the   question   with   a  view to its   future   and   early   adjustment.   But even if the remedy, as suggested, of  tlie imposition   of  a   prohibitive import duty on lead and   lead  products, is recommend by a commission, wo are inclined to think   that   if  an alternative   whereby   a   reciprocal  arrangement would  bo   effected   with  the United States for the  removal   of  the existing duty on exported lead-ore  and bullion presented   itself,   such   a  method of bettering the lot of the lead  miner in   the   Slocan   would   appeal  more nearly to the  principles   of   the  adminstration at present in  power   at  Ottawa���������particuh.rly, too, as   by   the  hitter jtOun fewer complications   from  conflicting industrial interests  would  aria*;. Besides the difference in freight  charges on the carriage of   crude   ore  ancl bullion   exported���������perhaps,   however, not a very considerable amount���������  the local   smelting  could   be   further  protected or encouraged along the lines  projected some three years ago by   the  late Government, whereby a bonus  on  ore locally treated would bo paid. That  the bonus offered then   of  fifty   cents  per  on was inadequate,   accounts   for  the fact that advantage was not   taken  of it.    But there would seem to be no  reason why tho lead interests   in   the  west should not be as liberally fostered  as the iron   minim;   industry   of   the  east.   Meanwhile the agitation cannot  but bcprodtictivo  of  some   beneficial  results, and it is not far off the   mark  to say that any change in  the   conditions would be for the better.   But if a  satisfactory solution of  this   problem  in respect to cheap   smelting   in   the  Slocan has yet to lie worked out apparently, in the Rossland camp, the treatment of ores   is   steadily reduced   to  the minimum cost.    Where   a  short  time since, it was announced that  the  charges, per ton at the   Trail   smelter  would not exceed $7.50, which included  the price of railway haulage from   the  mines, this was rightly   looked   upon  as a remarkable reduction ; but before  the close of the year the new railway-  will be   completed   from   Lethbridge  through the Crow's Nest Past, and East  Kootenay, coke, of an excellent quality,  will be supplied to the West Kootenay  smelters at considerable loss than half  probably at one third���������the price heretofore asked for the Welsh or Pennsylvania products, or even for the inferior  coke naape from Wellington, Washington cretaceous coal.    Consequently in  the treatment of a ton of ore a   saving  will be effected iu the cost of fuel of at  least S1.50, and a corresponding reduction in  the charges   asked   to   mine-  owners, may be expected.     In  anticipation of the inauguration   of   cheap  smelting,  the   accumulations   of  ore  from many of the larger mines, includ-  ingtheWar, Eagle  and   Centre   Star,  have been held   in   reserve   for   some  time past, and   these,   now,   together  with the product from mines of  lower  grade ores, will be shipped to the smelter directly the   improvements   being  carried on at. lh*?-works are completed  in July.   The. cost of  mining   in   the  Rossland camp is also very much   less  than it was a year ago,   owing  chiefly  to the facilities furnished for  operating machinery by   water  instead   of  steam power, and as a result, development work-will be in the future mere  extensively prosecuted.    Capital principally British, is meanwhile being in-  IR. GREEN'S Mill.  M. L. GRIMMETT,  Chairman of the Convention of Ined-  pendknt Electors, and Fellow  Electors of tub .Slocan Riding of  West Kootenay :  Having been nominated by a repre  sentativc convention ofthe Independent  electors of the Slocan Riding of West  Kootenay, over which you presided, as a  candidate for the representation of the  riding in the Legislative Assembly, I beg  leave to accept the high houor thus conferred upon me, and to assure you that if  ol<3ctcd,as I feel confident that with your  active assistance and support I shall be,  I proposed to labor earnestly and constantly for the promotion of the material  interests of the riding without distinction  of locality, and of tho Province of British  Columbia generally.  In accepting the nomination thus  offered me I desire to state briefly the  position which I shall assume upon  questions affecting district and provincial  interests.  T believe that the so-called Turner  Government has not dealt fairly with the  question of representation. Representation by population is the only fair and  equitable manner in which the Legislative Assembly may be constituted. The  necessities of an ephemeral government  should form no element in acting upon  such an important question.  Expenditure upon public works should  I believe, except in extreme and important cases, be kept fairly within the provincial revenues, and in most cases  necessary works and improvements of  local interest should be decided upon ancl  recommend by local advisory boards,  and undertaken under the supervision of  the provincial engineer and not left to  the tender mercies of a"gold commissioner other similar officer.  I believe that there should be revision  of the methods in which the' provincial  aceounts are kept, and such S3rstem adopted as will eliminato all doubtful and  worthless assets find such true and plain  statement of expenditure and assets be  made as will truly and fully indicate to  the plain ancl average citizen the condition of the provincial finances.  . I believe that tiieu should���������be such  laws enacted and promulgated as will entirely prevent the competition of cheap  oriental labor with that of the white  citizen.  I believe that legislation, hitherto prevented by the local govornment,should be  adopted to remove the unjust tax imposed upon the mine laborer, and the  industry of the worker in metalliferous  mines be placed in the same position as  that of any other classes of laborers.  I believe that encouragement should  be given for the construction of railways  intended to develop the resources of the  province, aud that the railways bonused  hy the province should be under provincial control as to time allowed for  construction, freight and passenger rates,  aud such other regulrjtionsas will protect  ancl guard the best interests of tho  public whose funds have contributed to  the raads constructed.  I believe that the interests ofthe province and of each of its constituent parts  will be best promoted by an entire divorce  of the local goverment from all close  corporations and companies which find  profit in preying on the provincial resources without making any adequate or  even small return for the benefits which  they enjoy.  I believe that the mortgage tax imposed by thcTurner government is unjust,  inequitable ancl unfair; a direct imposition upon the infortiinate debtor  temporarily compelled'to place a charge  upon his property. I should, therefore,  in common with some of the foremost  provincial financiers labor for its prompt  removal.  I believe that West Kootenay, which  contributes so largely to the provincial  revenue, should receive a larger sum for  the development of the district than has  been hitherto allowed by the government,  and the provincial revenues should be  expended within the province ancl not  devoted to extra provincial schemes- as  has been pleged by the Turner government. ���������        '  I.believe that no important amendments should be made to the Mineral  Act affecting the prospector or mineral  claim owuer until the great body of  miners in every section of the province  has been consulted and their views  ascertained.  I have the honor to he, gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  R. F. GREEN.  Retallack and his  to attend: ���������  PLACE OF MEETING.  Kaslo  Slocan City  friends  are invited  DATE.  June 25  27  Silverton  "    28  New Deinver  "    29  Sandon  "    30  Whitewater  July   2  Robsen  "      4  Deer Park  "      0  Ainswarth  "      7  Kaslo  "      8  With Scissors and Pen.  Mr. Green's Meetings.  Mr. Green will hold public meetings  at the following places on the dates as  set opposite at 7.30, to be addressed by  himself and others in his interest. Mr.  The Kaslo News says all the reforms  Mr. Retallack champions are needed.  Then why in the name of common  sense has not Premier Turner conceded  them before this ? The opposition has  been clamoring for these same reforms  for a long lime.  As the seven planks of Mr. Retal-  lack's platform are directly at war  with v the government's policy, it is  right and proper to ask the negro's  question, "Whether it is the tail that  is going to wag the clog or the dog the  tail ?" Whether it is Mr. Retallack or  Mr. Turner that is going to control the  policy of the go*, eminent ?  Will tho Kootenaian kindly tell the  public how Mr. Retallack will bo able  to crystallise into law his stolen platform���������stolen worse than the Searchlight plant. Mr. Turner has time and  again told the Opposition he will not  a bolish the miner's tax because they  liked to pay it. He has also on two  or three occasions, when asked to do it  by the Opposition refused to remove  the tax on mortgages. Will he do  both now if asked by Mr. Retallack,  and swallow himself?  Mr. Retallack's Address.  At length Mr. Retallack says u nomination has been forced on him, that  he has for several weeks been itching  to get, and now he is out with an address.   He says :  "1 declare myself a supporter and  follower of the Hon. J. H. Turner, as  the leader of the only party in this  province with a defined policy and coherent existence."  Brave words, "them."  After his exordium as above, he  gives seven reasons for the faith that  is in him, and wc will deal with them  one by one.  He will abolish the tax on miners,  imposed by the Turner government  and retained by brute force against  the protests "of the opposition'and all  people of Mr. Green's way of thinking.  He will abolish the mortgage Tax.  This is a dual taxation in this country  and means that all mortgages are  taxed by the holders, and mortgaged  properties are taxed for their full  value, thus forcing mortgagee f.nd  mortgagor to pay taxes on the same  property. This iniquitous law was  imposed by the Turner government  also, and a year or so ago in the season of 1S97, on a vote to repeal it by  the opposition.the Turner government  was defeated, but refused to resign as  honor would have suggesl ed.  He favors a redistribution of seats  on the basis of population, the one  thing of all others the opposition has  contended for; and refused by the Turner combine, on every occasion they,  were asked to concede it.  He says I do not approve of the policy of the late legislative assembly  to exclude foreign railways.such a-* the  proposed road to the Boundary Creek,  and here again he is foul of his premier who has the "coherent existence."  He favors revisions in the Mineral  and Lands Act, passed ancl adhered to  also by the Turner administration.  In his sixth plank he takes a sixth  stab at his "coherent" premier for giving billets to carpet baggers of the  coxy army persuasion,  His last clause is a veryWide one,  favoring better facilities for developing the mining interests of the country, to which all say amen ; but as he  offers, no ideas he lands in his flight  just where he started.  Now is not this rich indeed for even  John L. Retallack���������a resolution to run  with the hare and chase with the  hounds, to steal bodily seven planks  from the opposition platform, and declare himself a follower���������-a consistent  follower���������of the premier with a coherent existence.  No; John L., "you cawn't due it you  kneow." The people of this constituency have brought out Mr. Green as a  candidate largely on these lines already, and one man on the same track  is enough. For your own good, we  would advise you to withdraw this  Plotonic manifesto as speedily as possible, and go back to your "coherent"  leader for coaehing before you appear  in print. To steal one plank and a  a slice of the second from the platform  of the opposition might be tolerated;  but they will never submit to its bodily theft by a man who admires the  "coherency" of the present premier of  British Columbia.  The public .will one and all conclude  that if Premier Turner has a coherent  political existence, it is not so with  Mr. Retallack.  The Montezuma has seven men at  work.  A great force of men is now at work  on the St. Keverne.  Signs of gold in the Daytoa group  have been discovered.  Vancouver No. 2,south fork of Lemon  creek, owned by T. D. Woodcock and  J. P. Atchison hae> a good showing.  There are six men at   work  on   the'  Canadian group, and Mr. Brandon says  the mine will do some shipping before  lomg.  An important discovery has been  made at the Rambler-Cariboo. At  right angles with the main lead above  the present workings, a stringer has  discovered that is likely to develop into a large mineral bearing seam itself.  So far as discovered the seam ia quite ���������  large and carries high grade ore.  The Payne mine had some difficulty  the past few days; but started upa<rain  on Thursday in as good a form as ever.  T le public do not know the cause, but  suspect the company was not satis- .  fied with the way things were done by  the foreman. A new man is now at  helm.  Allan H. McDonald, the ore. purchaser for the Hall Mines smelter wa.8  in town a few days this week using bis  persuasive powers upon intended shippers to market their ore through the  Nelson works, and incidentally visit--  ing several of the most promising properties with a view toward securing a  mine for the people he represents. Mr.  McDonald believes the outlook is verj  bright for this portion of Kootenay.  He saj's that matters are now on the  rerge of a turn much for the better'  throughout ' the Kootenay mining  camps, as a result of the bursted Klondyke boom. Disappointed Klon-  dykers, he thinks, are sure to swarm  into this country soon, looking for  legitimate investments which they  have been unable to find in the fiozen  north, and English capitalists are  steadily arriving at the conclusion that  Kootenay is the safest and surest field  for mining speculation. Ore can be  treated at the Nelson smelter at a, reduction of $4 per ton under farmer  rates.���������Slocon News.  CDBANS ARE AGTIYE.  They Have Formed a   Cordon   Around  Santiago de Cuba.  On beard the Associated Press Dispatch Bout Dauntless, off Santiago de  Cuba, June 19, 6 p. m. via Kingston,  June 20, 4:15 p. ro.���������The United States  troops under General Shafter have not  yet arrived. The delay is inexplicable.  According to the latest information in  the possession of Admiral Sampson the  transports should have reached here  this morning. The Cubans are extremely active and a cordon has been  drawn around Santiago de Cuba. General Garcia with 4,000 troops, coming  by forced marches from Banos, is now  heading for Santiago. His trospa are  with'n 40 miles of the city. He left  3,000 men at Halguin to prevent the  Spaniards there from effecting a junction with General Joral at Santiago.  The Spanish troops at Guantanamo  under General Ma'sso are also cut off  from General Joral and arc badly pinched for food. They wildly appealed  for provisions and reinforcements, but  the only reply they got was" that both  were impossible. General Masso said  that his men were even then on half  rations and the supply will only suffice  to last during the present month. General Garcia and hi������ personal stafl' were  picked up at General Rabi's camp, 18  miles west of Santiago, and brought to  the- flagship this afternoon by the  Vixen. The grizzled and wounded  patriot had a long conversation with  Admiral Sampson regarding the operations of American and Cuban troops.  General Garcia is very enthusiastic.  He says that the Spaniards are starving and can'not hold out long and that  the war should end in a few months.  Two regiments of troops will be landed  at Guantanamo bay, which will be  held as a base until Santiago falls.  The auxiliary cruiser St. Louis cut  the Kihgston cable last night within a  mile of El Morro.  oauuuu   v^x  e Shipments.  The following is a list of ore shipments oyer the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending June 24:  MINE.  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'"" "��������� i<V' T'T^T'TT    -~? .v "   ������   '7 2  THE MINING REVIEW.  ^beriDimnGliRevfeVP  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY..::....... A--JUNE 25, 1S9S.  Subscription S2.00 Per Year  Strictly in Advnace.  THE WRONG TACK. ,  The public are literally tired listening to the assertions of the: Turner  press of the province, that the government is one.of progress; that if the  country is in debt, the debt has been  contracted for necessary public works  that have developed "the' country and  made its revenue resources what they  are; and that the opposition in referring to the country's large debt is opposed to expenditures on public works,  and, therefore, unfriendly to the laboring man and the miner,' and it follows non-progressive. Shut them off  oh this runway, and they, have little  else to fall back on.  Well, let us sift this kettle of fish  and see what there is in it. .Manitoba, with two and a half times our  population, has parliament buildings  that will do the province until the  ' population reaches a million at $285,-  000, and we have buildings that cost  over a million and a quarter, considering the price'at which the debentures  for their construction, were sold.  Therefore we have an .unnecessary  debt of one million dollars on this  score. -.',,���������  No one doubts that there are 5,000  people living in the Slocan constituency, audit the rest of the country  was represented on the same basis of  'population, we would have but 20 instead of 38 representatives; and, considering mileage and et ceteras^ this  would save the province at least $12,-  000 a year, or $120,000 for the last  ten years. In the asylum at New  Westminster we have no less than 18  attendants "doing the work done by 8  in, Manitoba, entailing a loss of at  Jeast $8,000 a year on this score, or  $8ojooo more in ten years. If we  carry our comparisons into the prisons  .and other public institutions, and even  the departments themselves, we will  .find ;the same unnecessary waste in  civil service.  In their railway policy, we find even  more appalling extravagance. 1' For  instance, 1,900,000 acres of land was  given to the Esquimault and Nanaimo  Ry., after it was bemused to the extent  of $10,000 per mile by the Federal  government, the road costing but  $15,000 per mile' altogether. Nearly  a quarter of a million acres of land  were given to the Nelson and Fort  Sheppard road mors than the contract  called for. Now, what the opposition  contend, and what Mr. Green especially contends, is that between lands  and cash a sum nearly equal to our  entire mortgage indebtedness has  been wasted during the last ten years  by , the government. Instead of curtailing Public Works, Mr. Green says  it would have been in the interest of  the country to have spent the monies  wasted as we have specified in the  construction of the Works that have  been done, so far as;necessary, and  averted the mortgaging done by the  .-government. 'If this mortgaging was  saved the $280,000 a. year now required for interest and sinking fund  could be saved the people in taxation.  This means that the taxes now col-  ��������� leoted by Mr. Kean, of Itaslo, would  be altogether unnecessary.  What we want,and what Mr. Green  desires, is  an honest expression  from  the   electors of this constituency   on  these matters.,   If they think it would  have been   better to   have   run  the  . afkirs ofthe country on an economical  basis, constructing all the  necessary  public works   that have   been   constructed out of savings  and avoiding  extravagance  and   mortgaging,   they  should say so by voting for Mr. Green.  The country is yet young, and in public expenditures it is but in its infancy.  Under the  circumstances it  requires  economy in  the future as well  as  it  needed it in the past.    Mr. Retallack  is with, the government in its extravagance, though he has stolen the opposition platform in other respects.   Mr.  Green has been,  while  a resident of  the country  and   when   opportunities  .presented,     an    advocate    of   what  Mr. Retallack   clamors for by theft.  Which, fellow electors,   can' you place  the most confidence in,   a man  who  ;will co-operate with the opposition to  secure the reforms Mr. Retallack says  are necessary, or the man who  in his  death-bed repentance says he will ad-  .ypcate. what, his acknowledged leader  and patron saint   has from  the  first  steadfastly refused  the people ?    We  I know it will, not take you many moments to decide this matter.  Hope sang to life with a silver tongue,  Hope beckoned love down a flowery way,  Where,'twas ulwiiya luornhig and always Hay.  And two true lovors need never part���������   .  Do you remember, heart 0" my heart?  Heart of my heart, when the noon was high".  Work showed the way we must travel by,  Putv spoke cold and stern in'our ears,  Bidimg us bear all the,toil and tears,   ,  Partings and losses, sorrow and smart���������  Have you forgotten, heart of my heart f  Heartof my heart, in the setting sun  We sit.at peace, with our day's -.vorlc done*.  la tlio cool of tho evoning wo two look back  On tho winding pathway,  the noon's rout;!!  track,    '    ' '     ' .      ,  And tho. morn's green pleasance, whero roses  twine;    ,  Heart, of my heart, with your hand in mine.  Heart of my heart, when the night i:i hero  Love will sing songs of life in our car; .,  We shall sleep awhile 'neath the daisied Brass,  Till .wo put on the glory and rise and ]>a;;a  To'walk whore eternal splendors shiriu,  Heart of my heart, with your lianO in mine.  ���������B. rJesbi tin Argosy.  Some of the subsidised prints are  shouting themselves 'hoarse.', against | Be*rt at my heart, when *bjay was young  "Independents", and yet they support  an "Independent" government candidate in Rossland and also McQueen,  of Vancouver, in another part of the  province, in the same interest. To  further explain the utility' of Mr.  Green's position, we may say that in  this province Federal politics having  never yet been made an issue���������that  all party divisions are purely on the  policy of the- government. All who  find fault with it form a party on their  convictions as to what would be ah  improvement in administration from  time to time. , The opposition platform must then be'to, a large extent,  determined by the policy-of. the government., If it!, was approved of, by  all thefe would be no opposition, and,  under all circumstances, its strength  must be determined by the popularity  of the government. For instance, A.  B. raises certain objections to the government's management of a - certain  interest, and he shows wherein certain  deviations would better meet the requirements. All the members that  are of his way of thinking, or are influenced by his representations, oppose the government and constitute  an opposition. The government supporters support' the government's  action whether they consider it right or  wrong., Now, Mr. Green's position is  that of independence-���������ready to oppose the government in all'matters in  which he considers opposition in the  .welfare of the country, reserving to  himself the right to support any government measure that he sees, no way  of improving. It appears tons, as we  have already said, that in this country,  where there are no political parties,  and every public question is disposed  of by individual judgement, his position is the "most tenable obtainable.  If he was of the government he would  have to support it right or wrong. In  his independent position, he is at liberty to. consider every measure on its  merits. The only question to consider  is that .of his individual judgement.  If it is considered good, as it generally  is, there can be no valid argument  used against his usefulness as a representative.  O/.D LOVERS.  Though The Review has taken up  the cause of Mr. Green in this elec-  tion, when there are no political  principles involved���������nothing but the  proper handling of the public finances  and good government for the -'people'!"'  we care but little who becomes Premier after next elections. If Mr. Turner repented in the interval, and  handled the public business as he  ought to, we would just as soon  him in the premier's chair  see  as any one  else. We have an annual revenue of  over, a million and a quarter dollars,  and that money ought to be made to  give us all the public improvements  and run the machine without going a  dollar in debt. The country now  owes well on to six millions of dollars,  and at least four millions of that have  been incurred by gross extravagance;  VVhat we mean mbre particularly is,  that under proper management tlie,  country could have every public improvement it has . with our past revenues and no more than two millions  of debt. What we want to see is  such a reduction of machinery expenses as will enable the country to enjoy  in the future the past.expenditures on  public improvements without any increase or debt, and so long as we get  that which is possible, we do not care  whether it is under Mr. Turner  Mr. Somebody else.  or  WEAK HEART.  "For years I suffered from, weak  action of the heart, dizziness ami a  watery condition of the blood. Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills have  made my Heart Btrong and enriched  my blood so that now I am free from  the troubles that formerly distressed  me."   B. A. Ross, Ailsa Craig, Ont.  THE NEW   YORK  WORLD,  THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.  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"I want to ask you a question, Gomez."  "Well, my dear boy, what is it?".  "Where did you get your money"?'" -,'  The question was an abrupt one���������it  was almost huportiueiit. But Gomez de  Bonilla was an intinnito friend of. hiiiio,  a good fellow, aud;���������wd had dinar]. To  say truth, we had not only diiied, but  wiued, uud it was oyer somo excellent  postpraudials in the shnpa of further  wine aud fragrant oigars th n't I iuul  asked the question. But I hud long  wished to do, bo, and I will toll you  why.  Some two years before Gome/, wr.;-  pobr as a church mouso. He was always.  a good fellow, but then, you know,  there is a difference between)'good fallows rich and good fellows poor. " Ariel,  to niy shamo, be it spoken, I think I  liked him better rich than poor. Well,  as I said, he was almost destitute!. Ho'  had a. profession, it is trus���������he,was a  journalist, but in. Spain the gaius of  the fraternity.of the pen are not largo.  What littlo he did earn went to' the  bad, for ho was an inveterate gambler.  But from a poverty stricken journalist ho suddenly blossomed .out into a  man of wealth. He had tho finest  horses, he belonged to the most fashionable olub, he had theruostluxurious-'  ly fitted town house, he had purchased  the oountry seat of a deoayed grandee,  he had the best cook in Madrid, and he,  moved in the best society, for,'-alas, even  in Spain the golden key is beginning to  open all portals. But do notthink from  what-Isay that Gomez was,, not a gen-,  tleman, for he ouine of an excellent;  family. .   '  ������������������ 'Well, as I said, we had just finished, <  an excellent dinner aud  over   the walnuts and tbo wine I put my question:  "Gomoz, -where did you get your  money?"  He looked at me thoughtfully, and  knocked the asb from "his cigar.  "Where did I get niy money?" he repeated slowly. "And whatsa^s Dame  Rumor concerning it, Pedro?".:  "There are all sorts of stories," I replied; "some probable, some wildly  impossible, some good humored, more  ill natured. You will pardon my frankness if I tell you that I havo hoard somo  people call your wealth 'ill gbtton  gains,' whisper of retired highwayman,  and the like. There are others who. hint  darkly at counterfeiting. Among the  lower classes there is a widespread belief that you have sold yourself to tho  devil. And I have even met intelligent  people who hinted at supernatural  means."  "Perhaps they were right," was his  laoonio reply.  I stared at him.  "Listen, aud you may perhaps tell  me whether the means were supernatural or no. I have never boon able to de-  aide. The reason that tho source of my  fortune has uover been discovered . was  because the only mau who knew of it  left the city the day after"���������  He paused.  "The day after what?" I queried.  "Well, I will begin at the beginning.  The story is a curious ono and should bo  told in sequence."  Ho lit a fresh cigar and then began:  "You knew me two yfears ago when  E was poor. You also know, as did all  my friends, that I had a passion for  gaming. You would all of you chorus,  when speaking of me: 'Poor Bonilla 1 He  has the worst of vices���������he is a desperate  gambler.' Yon were all wrong. laid  dot play simply for love of it. I played  because I was poor. I svas not a gambler. I wns a speculator. I had fixed  upon a certain sum which I considered  a competence.' I saw no way of acquiring it by my profession, so I devoted  myself to the green cloth���������how assiduously you know."  He smiled at the expression of assent  Which involuntarily flitted over my  countenance, watched the smoke wroaths  curling over his head for a moment aud  continued:  "Ono evening I was feeling unusually blue. I never drunk, as yon know���������  that is, nevor to excess���������und certainly  never to do what is called ' drowning  Borrow.' My resource was tho gaming  table. Unfortuuatoly I had iu my possession a considerable sum of mouey,  which had been intrusted to mo by a  friend for the purpose of paying some  debts. He had been- suddonly called  sway from tho city. I emercd the gambling hell and seated myself at the roulette table. Fortune.was agaiust mo.  The few duros that belonged to me  were soon gone. Something seornod to  possess me that night.' I was uot my-  Belf. I. did what I never should have  ireamed myself capablo of doiug���������I  staked my friend's mouey. I staked it,  and I lost it all."  I was about to speak.  "Do not condemn me," ho interrupted. "You could say nothing soverer  than were my self reproaches. Long I  at there, glaring at tho other players.  As I watched the ivory ball spin round  my brain seemed to spin round too. Sly  senses se������med-to lie -leaving >::ev. .T felt  as. if life were 'no longer dear to ::i'e.  Penniless and ili.^.io-toiT.ri, wbatw.us  there left to live -for?  - "As these thoughts'-passed through  my working brain tho night wore on.  The players������������������ dropped off-one by one.  The tables .'wore.'gradually deserted.  Soon there was but 0110 -left lighted���������  the roulette table before which I'sait,.  aud at which one.''��������� persevering, gamester  was'trying his luck. ������������������ "b'iuiilly ho, -too,  wearied, and I was loft alone with tho  banker, who-was'the proprietor of the  gambling boll.":  . "Oh, I '."remember,'''. I iuterruptud;:  ," Joso Hoi'rara, who disappeared- so suddenly a couple of years ago!" ��������� . .  -.."���������-The same," replied. Bonilla, fining  his eyes keenly-upon me.  .- I dcrnot know why, but..,I began to  feel uncomfortable. However, he continued:                              '           .-        ������������������'.'���������  "Tho hanker looked at mo inquiringly. I half rose to retire. I had fully- determined to blow out my brains in the  str9ot, aud that I, did not do so is owing  to ono pf the'struugest of circumstances  -���������so strange that you will not blame me  for wondering whether it was supernatural. I hu.lt rose, I say, and as 1 did so  I saw upon the floor a round, bright ob-  ���������jeot which had "a silvor shimmer as.the  gaslight fell upou it.  It was a ooiir, ������V���������  "A..peseta," I interrupted breathless"Yes," he wont on, "a littlo bit of  silver coin���������only a peseta.- But it saved  my, life. I placed my.foot upon it, aud,  'motioning to the hanker, said :  '     " 'A peseta 011 tho 171' :  . "The bunker know mo well���������ho had  oauso to���������aud without making auy in-  quiries'ho repeated my wager after 1110  aud set the bull u-wbirling. It stopped  iu the 17..  " 'Seventeen wins,' said he, and on  the 17 clanged seven silver duros.  " 'Do you leave it thore?' said bo.  "I nodded.  '���������"'.-������������������,���������       ''./,������������������  "Again the ivory ball spun round arid  again it stopped at, 17.  " 'Seventeen wins,' said the banker.  "Again I left thoglittoring pile upon  the 17 aud again it won. Seven several  times did: the goddess Fortune smile  upon me. And when I stopped it was  not because I feared to venture further,  but bocauso I had broken the bank. The  poverty stricken wretch who a few moments before had contemplated,suicide  ���������was now wealthy."  "Aud the posata," said I. "Youhave  that still, of course?"  ".No," he replied, with' a strange  smile.  "Why," exclaimed I, with surprise,  "had 1 been you I would have kept it  all my life."  "No," ho replied, with the same peculiar smile, "you would not have kept  it."  "And why not?"  " When I stooped to piok up the coin,  I found���������nothing."  "Nothing l" I echoed. "Why���������what  ���������where"���������  . ''That which I had taken for a peseta  was not a coin. Tho round, silvery object on which the light had fallen and  deceived me was"���������  "What?"  "A drop of water. "���������Adapted For  Argonaut From tbo Spanish. ,   .  Ianeoln, Grant aud Stephens.  General Horace Porter, in his "Campaigning With Grant," tolls a story of  the meeting at City Point between Alexander H. Stephous, vice president of the  Confederate states, aud other southern  commissioners and President Lincoln  and Secretary Seward to discuss preliminaries of peace. . Many officers, including General Grant and General Porter, were in atteudanco ou this meeting.  Vice President Stephens was a sallow, undersized man, whose skin sebm*  ed shriveled on his bones. One of the  officers said of hini, at the end of au interview, "The Lord seems to have robbed that rnau's body of all its flesh aud  blood to make brains of them."  On his arrival, Mr. Stephens, saya  General Porter, was wrapped from his  eyes to his heels in a coarse gray overcoat about threo sizes too largo for him,  with'a collar so high that it threatened  to lift his hat ofE every timo ho leaned  his head baok.  The coat, together with bis complexion, which was as yellow as a ripe ear  of oorn, gave rise to a characterization  by Mr. Lincoln which was very amusing. The next timo Mi*. Lincoln saw.  General Grant at City Poiut, after tha  conference, bo said to him:,  "Grant, did you notice Stephan'o  coat?"  "Oh, yea," auswered the general.  "Well," continued' Mr. Lincoln,  "60on after we assembled on the steamer at Hampton Roads the cabin began  to got pretty warm, and Stephens stood  up and pulled oil' his big coat. He  pulled it off just about as you would  husk an ear of coru. I couldn't help  thinking, as I looked first .at the ooat  and thou at the mau :  "'Well, if that isn't the biggest  shuck aud the littlest nubbin I over did  seel'"   Tho Boaib In .Toff Davis' Desk.  When tho Unitod States troops occupied Richmond, April 8, 186(5, General  Edward H. Riploy of Vermont, who  was appointed military governor of the  city, found in tho cl<esk of Jefferson Davis, in tho house occupied by tha Confederate president, a cast iron bomb in  the shapo of a lump of coal. It was ovi-  dcutly cast from a good sized piece of  ooal, was coated with coal tar and coal  dust and could hardly bo distinguished,  wheu handled, from a lump of coal. It  was hollow and would hold powder  enough to make a heavy explosion.  Army authorities have never doubted  that the otherwise unexplained blowing  up of a steam vessel loaded with a:n-  lumutton at City Point was the work of  a bomb of this kind, which had bcea  dropped into u pile of coal aud shoveled  into lhe furnace of Ibu steamer, aud similar bombs prcbabiy occasioned similar  catastrophes during she war.���������Burlington Free Pruss.  Every woman should realize that her  health is like a bank account. At the outset she has so much'deposited to her credit  in the .bank of health: If she draws out  more than .she puts'in she will soon overdraw her account. An over-drawn account  in the bank of health means one of two  things, a life of hopeless suffering or an  early death. ���������  The woman who neglects her health in a  womanly,way. is making- big drafts on her  account wilh the bank of health and will  soon be a physical bankrupt. Disorders of  this .description wreck a woman's general  health quicker than anything else in, the  world. 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Au honest dealer will  not suggest an inferior substitute for the  sake oi". eSlra profit.  CURIOUS STATISTICS.  What a Healthy Man Consume*! In Seven.  y ty Years of Life.        c-  .  Taken all in all, a healthy man with  a good appetite and moderato thirst consumes iu 70 years 96>������ tons of solid aud  liquid foods. If the consumer woighs,  say, 150 pounds, he will eat aud drink  during his lifetime 1,280 times his own  weight. Transforming ull this foodstuff  into mechuuioul labor, tho strength 'derived would'be. sufficient to lift-87,000,-.  000 tons oue foot from the groiuid or to  raise the Forth bridge at Edinburgh,  which weighs 264,600,000 pounds, to a  hoight of 1,235 feet.   ...  Excluding the first. 20 years of a lifetime, tho quantity .of cigarettes consumed by'a regular-smoker who smokes  a doiicu every, clay would in 50 year.-;  reach tho uumbor of 219,000, or;a mon-,  stor rolled cigarette more than 16 feet  isi length und about 0 1'oct thick, beside  which ths tallest mau would resemble  a veritable dwarf. A.cigar smoker coa-  samiug-six of his favorite brand a day  .would during his lifotimo smoke a gigantic cigar of nioro than 1 (5 .font long'  -Hid almost 2 >.������ feet thick. It won!'"  'weigh ' 4,-110' jKmnds uud y.'oukl v..\iv  L'l.i;.section'-power.cf a stout'! i.;;^iuo to  pun' it.  "As tho smokiug habit is lio't ueeosssry  so cxistouco it is easily seen how much  aiouey a smoker wastes iu thu> course oi  years. A pipo smoker. cousrmic-s iu his  lifetime.-.a half ton .of tobuoco.���������lNTH-������  York Herald.  The Cuvo Dvcllov its r.u. Artist. ������������������.  We must remember, that ibero are no  ?U!.-h things as lines in nature.   Whether  \7u usu'thein to .represent  a hum;.a pre  i;id, the diipth of   a   shadow, .tho'-dark  fiu-s of a cloak   or a'thundercloud, thoy  r.rur.u've  (.:uiiveuti;j:.ia'l   symbols     'i'licy:  '-.-(:c- invented a loi;;,' time ago by a dis  liuguishod   sportsman  who was   also  a  heaviiii born amau.'i'.r   urlisl;���������tha   .lohn  Lit-*.*.*!: of  lib* clay���������who engraved for ut  (from lii.c)  Iho   picture of  a mammoth  on oue of  its own tu-;ks.    And wo have  accepted them ever since ns the cheapest  and   simplest  way, of  interpreting   in  black and white for thu wood engraver.  ���������George du Mauritn* iu Harper's Magazine. .'���������������������������'"���������  Si   * w ������ v fit M     E53t *** ' rSiSSh  ftULL  mm  I COUGHS AND GOLDS |  ������������������j       Very valuable Rtfi-.iidy hi all       c������>  $ affections oi tus f  I *  LXTNGSl  IJirge Bottles, 25c. $  DAVIS & LAW 1 !>::���������;CK CO., Limited   '   g>  w. 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Word was brought to the police here  on the 4th inst!of the   sudden   disappearance of David Reid, a member of  ,   a party bound north  on   a   quest   for  coal oil, not gold, says  the Edmonton  Bulletin.   The story told to tlie police  .  by the leader of the party, T.B. Strans-  burg, is that Reid came'to New Westminster some time ago, bringing  with  him some samples of crude petroleum  which, he stated, had been discovered  by him.while on a  journey   into   the  north, frorti which journey he has just  returned.   The petroleum  was   tested  and found to be of good quality, and   a  ;.' party was'formed iii New  Westmister  to revisit the spot. " Reid,   of  course,  being appointed, to lead them on their  quest.   They were to reach the interior  via Edmonton, and duly arrived   here  last week, leaving again   on Thursday  ��������� last on their overland trip.    They had  reached a. point'five miles  beyond  St.  ; Albert when Reid claimed to be 'Hand  wanted to return to enter the hospital.  The party, however, did  not'!think  it  altogether necessary and one returned  to town for medicine, but   during   his  absence Reid gathered   together   his  belongings and lit out. ,     V  The next day some of the party  while hunting horses saw in .i distance  a man who resembled Reid, and as he  had a dog, and as Reid was known to  have taken his dog along with him,  they were almost confident it was the  missing guide. For some reason, he  was not followed up, but the matter  was reported to the police, as above  stated, the party think possibly, he  had become demented and wandered a'  way. The fact that he took all of his  own goods and nothing that was, not  his own, does not strengthen this belief. A curious tiling about his conduct and subsequent desertion was that  beyond his fare to Edmonton he gained  nothing for his trouble. Had he : received a "sum.of money for his services  a more simple solution v ould be apparent..   .���������,'���������---.    Cost of Copper Mining.  Speaking of the cost   of producing  copper and its bearing upon the future  ofthe copper market, a mine official  .says: ..:���������.''-.'������������������..  "In my opinion it. will be impossible  to much further   reduce the cost of  mining copper.   The system I now has  reached an almost perfect state, and  experiments which  have been  made  recently -with  a view to still further  reducing the cost of mining, by using  higher explosives, find that the results  are far from satisfactory.     We  have  tried higher explosives,  but,find  that  the results are not satisfactory, as compared, with .lower grade explosives, inasmuch as a smaller quantity of rock  is displaced by the higher grades than  by the lower grades.   The force of the  high-grade explosives, undoubtedly, is  much greater,, but it is expended so  quickly that   it does  not perform as  much work as do the low grade explosives.   If the cost of electrical power  could be cheapened,   it would   make  considerable difference to mines like  the Tamarack, for instance,  where  a  vertical shaft is sunk, say 5,000 feet,  then changed to follow the incline of  the lode.   The   danger from fire and  the physical and mechanical difficulties are too great to install a steam  plant a mile under ground, and  compressed air Cannot be used for hoisting  from great depths.   Possibly the future may develop  a cheaper electrical  power, but until it does the cost of  mining copper or of handling a ton of  rock will not^ be materially reduced  from   present figures.-���������-Mining  and  Scientific Times.  The Iyannoe to Ship.  The Ivanhoe-Elgin mines owned by  the Minnesota Silver company have  changed their offices from Three Forks  to Sandon. This is a very fine property. They now have thousands of tons  of ore in sight, and will shortly commence shipping ore on a very extensive scale. , They have reached 300  feet of vertical depth, three very important levels and a seam from 3 to 30  feet in width. Once started many  think the mine will one of the heavest  f hippers in the province.  ������������������Hjn������    ���������  The Silver Bell.  Three men have been put to work to  do some surface prospecting on this  property. The main, ledge is said to  be 28 feet wide, ancl in excavating for  the shaft house several stringers of  carbonate and galena ores with high  values were exposed. One of the  .-stringers was six to eight feet wide  ���������and some tons of high grade ore were  'taken from it and sacked for shipment.  'The shaft was sunk 90 feet on the  '���������hanging wall, but as the crosscut was  made it is not known what ore bodies  may be encountered at depth. 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For cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to.and from all points, apply to  S. Campbell, Agent, Sandon, B. C.  Use a first-clans line In travelling between  Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, and the  principal towns in Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars  In sorvlco.  Tho Dining Cars arooperatod in the interest  of its patrons, the most olegant service ever  inaugurated.   Meals aro served a la Carte.  To obtain first-class sorvioe your ticket  should road via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago ann Milwaukee for Kastem points.  For lull iniormatlon call on your nearost  tickol agent, or write  J as. Pond, or J as. A. Clock,  Gen. Pas. Agt., Goueral Agent,  Milwaukee, Wis. 240 Stark St.,  Portland, Or.  50   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c.  Anyone Bonding a sketch mid description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention is prolmbly patentable. Communications strletly conticlontl.il. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest nponcy for securing patents.  I'lilonts taken tlironeli Jtunn & Co. recolvo  special notice, without chargo, lathe  Scientific Jlrttierlcati.  A handsomely Illustrated wooltly. Larcost. circulation of anv soientllle Journal. Terms.*.! .1  vear: four months, J!. Sold by all newsdealers.  MM H Cn.361 Broadway, $RW YOrk  " "Branch Offloo, (525 F St., Washington, D. 0.   .  ig- Like Brick 1  .''������'.*-*' ��������� *** 'is** ���������j* ���������  Proctoe & MdMiLLAN Bros.  OF, BALFOUR  Manufacture a first-class article in; Pressed Brick; they are selling at low figures. ���������;, Any sized order attended to. pjomp-tvy. 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-CLASS HOTEL.  RATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  :, H. I. McDonald, Proprietor.  *  We have every   ^  facility for $������*  turning out the   J^  best Mining and 4������������{  Commercial  ^ '������������������. ���������  ^L    Work that can  4t- ' be executed.  I     The   V  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffc's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  "Si* "mm* *A"     5������?  Do you see this  package?  keep it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  I  See that this is  what you get.  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  ,' before   the   public,    CLAIMED    WITHOUT  OPPOSITION.  Its Advantages as a Distributing  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in Kootenay having  both railroad and steamboat connection that can  ��������� ship goods daily to ten different towns, wkereby the  ��������� shipper can see his wares,leave his hands and that  they will be received by the consignee within two  :hours.   ...  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys! the position of king of the  , funnell as it were, for the railroad business ofthe  whole of the Kobtenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, (Trail Creek and the Slocan  must, and is now passing out this way to the main  line of the C. P.R., as well as all goods coming  in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  ��������� ';        NOTE.    To substantiate this:    The C. P. R:  , are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,  the first and only scales that has been put in ������n any  ofthe C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance of this point by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City,  Where you can step'ofl the steamer to awaiting  '.��������� .train and continue your journey. You can take  either a north or south" train at this terminus; consequently Rosebery "is the best transient town in  the race. Nevertheless we claim Slocan City  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  ROSEBERY AND SLOGAN CITY.  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the careful  observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  Kootenay.for the treatment of ores the cheapest,  ���������. Rosebery was selected, and they now arc erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which  will be in. operation within 90 days; and it is their  intention to pay out monthly in the vicinity of  $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���������  y mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect. All purchasers of lots are safe in this ,  respect. The only safe speculative townsite in the  Slocan is Rosebery.     .  Why should I say the only safe speculative town-  site in the Slocan? Because Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200'each and are  bound to increase rapidly this summer. These  figures can, and will, double before long. The  time to buy is now. Don't wait till they are from  $700 to $1,000, as you did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a. restaurant.  We want a good hotel right away.  We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop.  Anyone looking for an opening spy out 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  F������E3������7  m  wm-  ������^������  4������  4.  WUMai  4,  ������������������������        A. I. BEATTIB,-General Agent, Rosebery.    *������  .^-���������fr..'4V--^..lfe\.'*C*- *&= -*. -���������*���������- -���������&���������. -^ &*������'&**&-^S*dfc*  *���������-������������������*������;  d  t*.sr. .:.\t  ~'r.V~3k  v- \ *  a      -   -   1 ���������. 1 ������������������.  *.;-|s' -.���������"r-s  -'-/������������������- -'������.:^>>  . -   1    ��������� *. . :,.i*.if  it'  ��������� 1 ".���������  ;,*)'*V:  -.'..*; **&&  H  m  m  4  THE MINING- REVIEW.  SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.'  No Council hist Monday evening.  Nelson defeated Rossland cricketers  this week by 44 runs.       >  ' Mr. Green's committee. room's  are  open now day and evening.  It is said R. E Brown has bought a  large slice of Whitewater townsite.  The C. P. R. shipped for the Payne  180 tons thisweek, and 20 for the Sovereign. .  The Orangemen'���������'. of Slocan City are  going to celebrate the 12th of July  right loyally.  The railway from Teslin lake to  Glenora is to be built by Mann & Mackenzie after all.  The Misses Crawford1 entertained a  few of their friends, Tuesday evening,  at their home on Sunnyside.        ������������������'���������.���������  There was a fence smashing 'case  from Three Forks before the Beak this  week, and afine of $10 followed. ��������� ,'<'.  Kaslo has had a hail storm. We  thought from the tone of. its press, indignation of some kind was coming.  The Rev. Procnnicr, who has left the  Methodist church and joined the Episcopalians, is going to locate at Fort  Steele.     ���������,-'���������.'���������',  Vancouver don't want a smelter, and  we don't know what it wants it for. A  by-law to locate one there has been  defeated by a vote of the people.  Stop th.it Cough!, Take warning. _It  ��������� may lead to consumption. A '25c.  bottle of Shiloh's Cure may save your  life.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store'  Mr. A. W. Wright is giving most of  his time and attention to the Ajax  mine. Mr. Wright's company have  purchased a three-quarters interest in  it.    '   ������������������  ,���������������������������'���������'-. .-..'';  Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation it's the best, and if after using it  you don't say so, return the packajre  and get your money.' Sold at McQueen's Drng Store.  Any one of our readers sending in  81.00 can have The Review post paid  till the 1st of Jan. next. We are receiving new subscribers every ��������� day.  Reader, willyou.be one.  Catarrh' cured. A clear "head and  sweet breath secured with Shilohls  Catarrh Remedy^ ,We sell six bottles  for $3 and guarantee an absolute cure.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  Commencing Saturday, June 25th,  the C. P. R. will issue round trip  tickets Sandon to Rosebery and return  for 75 cents., Good going Saturday  and Sunday, returning until Monday.  Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure, and no home should bo  without it.   Pleasant to take and goes  ��������� right to the spot.   Sold at   McQueen's  ��������� Drug Store,  y  It is not likely that more than 1,600  votes will be polled in , the Slocan  though there are 1,571 names on the  list. There are many dead, several  duplicated, and a great many far away  from the constituency.  A voter from Slocan City writes that  the expenditures of the government  over there will not make one vote for  them. They are intended to bribe the  people,and the voters one and all know  it.   True every word of it. '  .    .  It now transp'res that R. E.L. Brown  ,'of the Whitewater Deep mine has  bought a big slice of the Whitewater  townsite and the Whitewater hotel  from Mr. McKim besides. He will  make a vigorous effort to build up the  place.   ,  S. P. Tuck, of Kaslo, must be a  Sampson.   He is accused of carrying  , off the "gates of Gaza," that is, of laying violent hands on the plant of the  Kuskanook Searchlight,  and carrying  ; it to Kaslo to establish a paper in the  interest of Mr. R. F. Green.  Mr. Bowser is a candidate for parlia-  i( ment in Vancouver, in the government  interest, and the Province says : "Bow-  wow-ser, Tow-wow-scr." If the Prov-  : ince can influence the electors of Vancouver by arguments (?) like . these  they must be easily influenced.  ,'   The C; P. R. are issuing tickets at a  . 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 do so. 3 t  J. Carley, at one time of Cody, but  now. of Whitewater, was brought in  from the latter place on a stretcher on  Saturday en route for the New Denver  hospital. It appears the evening before while under the influence of too  much "high life" he walked out of a  second story windowof a hotel, and in  a collision with the ground received  some bad injuries. Dr. Powers went  down on a telegram, and , did all he  could for the man, before going to the  hospital.  The city school closed yesterday by  an examination. The manner in  which the exorcises were gone through  with showed conclusively Miss Skinner's success as an efficient, painstaking teacher, worthy of all support by  parents and pupils. At the close remarks were made by Mr. Cliffe and the  Rev. Mr. Cleland. The large attend-  ��������� anee of ladies present shows that the  parents take much interest, in school  work. Miss Skinner leaves in a few  days on a trip to enjoy her well-earned  holidays.  Brooks, the poet-humorist, has come  and gone. He is, no doubt, a good entertainer, but many laughed at Mb  jokes not so much because they were  jokes but because he has so high a  reputation. He is a poet, and a good  one, and when he comes to a recitation of some of his best productions,  , such as "Victoria," "Picket's Charge"  and others,   he does it to perfection.  , He has a voice of almost any volume ;  he has great facial mimicry ; but withal in many respects he is in no way  the superior of Owen Smilley. Pie  cannot lose himself in his illustrations  of nationality; in any characters you  can recognize Brook?. Taken for all  in all, he gives a good entertainment,  but he is not certainly peerless.  Mr. Crowley, of New Denver, is  thinking of opening a furniture store  in this city.  Preparations are now under way for  the construction of the. Nelson & Bid-,  lington Ry.  .,:,��������� Bruce White's Greasy Buck is going  to Nelson ou the 1st to corral the prize  money there. ,  D. J. Robertson is about to move his  furniture business to Pitts'old store at  the other end of the city.  ., Bukxock Blood Bitters cures all  forms of skin eruptions-irom a common  pimple to the worst scrofulous sore.  Milburn's Sterling Headache. Powders  cure' headache iri a' jiffy. Try themi  they'll convince'you. ioc and 25c, all  dealers.'   ' '"'���������'',.  A coup! e of wash-outs the past few  days,,but all right now, threatened the  water,mains of the Electric Light &  Water Co. ���������/.,',','���������  Frank Culver and Mr. Neville, have  gone to Slocan City to work on several  mining properties they have oyer  there.    ���������, ' <  It said Mr. J. H. McKim, of White-  water,,,has sold out bis hotel at .that  place, and will shortly engage in farming in the Okenagan couutiy.',.  Mr. Retailack's committee at Slocan  City spell that gentleman's name with  one 1. Windy .Young, and his' friends  arebound to knock "1" out of their  champion.      .'���������.,.'"     '    '���������'���������������������������  For Constipation take Karl's Clover  Root Tea, the groat Blood Purifier.  Cures Headache, Nervousness, Eruptions on the skin, and makes the head  .clear as a. bell. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  H.C.Holdcn who went to the booming Republic camp some weeks ago  has returned disgusted. Ho says the  place is altogether over-rated and oyer  done. He has left for Edmonton where  he intends to reside in the future.  A correspondent in the Kaslo News  wants- to know the size ol the opposition platform. It is not as large now  as it used to be before Mr. Retallack  stole seven planks from it���������all that he  shows the public he is going to stand  ou. .���������."'.  The geological formations and peculiarities of this country are a study.  The mineral; of the Wonderful mine is  all float, and whence it has come "no  man.Knows. If from a greater present  height there is no trace of a tell tale.  It is within the range of possibilities,  that the lead from, which it was taken  is lower down. It may have been  forced down by a second uheaval, or  the Wonderful collection mny, have  been forced up from its mother-lead hy  a litter upheaval. The other day,,Mr.  Riblett brought down from the Sovereign a piece of float galena weighing  1251bs. This find, 1.000 feet above  Sandon, is riot so wonderful as the  Wonderful mine, as it may have been  brought down from the lead above it  in a land or a.snow slide.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Mr. W. C* Adams was' in Kaslo on  Wednesday.  T.A.Gibson came up from Kaslo  Saturday on mining business.  Customs Collector Mcintosh, of Kaslo, has been in the city for some days.  Mr. Buckley is back from his extended trip, and no doubt could relate  many interesting incidents in his  travel as he is a close observer.  Col. Ray, of Port Arthur, was in the  city some days last week.' He sold all  the mining interests he had in these  parts, and did well with his deals.  John Cameron, lute witli Crawford &  McMillan has returned from Edmonton where he spent some'months. Pie  found things booming there, and says  over 3,000 people outfitted there lor  the Yukon the past year, but the fever  is subsiding. Mr. Cameron is likely to  remain here and go into mining.  WHAT Dr. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo, N. Y��������� Gents :���������From my  personal knowledge, gained in observing the effect of your Shiloh's Cure in  cases of advanced consumption, I am  prepared to say it is the most reliable  remedy that has ever been brought to  my attentention. It has certainly  saved many from consumption. Sold  at McQueen's Drugstore.  WEiK, NERVOUS WOMEN  Suffering from palpitation of the heart,  dizzy or faint spells, watery blood,  ,   etc, can be. readily cured.  A Manitoba Lady Tells About Her Case.  There is no need whatever for so many,  women to be the subject of faint spells,  heart and nerve .weakness, anaemia, or  any of those health destroying aiiments  ^Sp^ peculiar to her sex. Mil-  tb^j^g burn's Heart and Nerve  ���������|5li^|| Pills regulate tho heart  ^ ^S'-S'beat and make it strong  and full, tone the  nerves, enrich the blood,  arid ' relieve Iho pain  and ' v/eaknoss from  a .which so many women  ->(  suffer.  Mrs. Alexander Setter, of  Pigeon Bluff,  Man., writes an  account of her  case ag follows:  " I have great  pleasure,in giving my experience of Milburn's  Heart and Nerve  Pills. For about  ton years I wa-3 troubled with throbbing  and fluttering of tha heart. I tried five  doctors and several remedies but none of  them did mo much good. Lately I heard  of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pilis aiid  bought two boxes. . Before X started using  them I could not do my houso work and  gave myself up to die, as I thought X would  never be cured.'' Now I feel really splendid  since tailing tho pi'ln, do my work, enjoy  my meals and feel as if thnre' was something in life worth living for."  Milburn's Henri-and Nerve Pills, sold  by all druggipt-r.' at 50c. a box or 3 boxes  for$1.25. T. Afilbunu&Co., Toronto., Ont.  B-.02*a-Uvc** PVrf:-: c-s-o 5>=l!C>*jsn-=sSjSiok  HcaU.icit::, Cor-'.-lirMiiSoi-i  ami iu-ys-  pepsJa.   Every "!iii Parfaot.  Prica 2Bo.  BUSYMEN  Who find the day all too short for their numerous engagements,  and who sacrifice luncheon.time rather than miss an appointment,  will appreciate a cup of  it is a stimulating restorative, repairing the waste  of the overworked system and increasing both mental and bodily activity.  iBOYRIL, Limited ; ���������  30 Farringdon Street,'  London, England.  25 and 27 St. Peter Street,  ���������Montreal, Canada.  ������    DOAN CURED HTM.  "This is to certify that Doan's Kidney Tills cured me of serious ; kidney  disorder. , I had pain bribe back, 'my  urine w:i8 high colored with a groat  den! of sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills  have made1110 perfectly well, and I  highly recommend them." F. HEA-  LKY, Amherstburg, Ont.,        , '  MINING RECORDS.  Recorded  at  New Denver. ���������  LOCATIONS.  June 14���������Survey Kraciion, south fork Carpenter. J J Kelly.  Stnr Fraction, Three Korks, Thos Hurtum:.  June 15���������Atfaie, 1 lousoit creek, David Ilutcliart.  Hear 1-rcctioii, nnrtli Xew lJenver, Ilarry Slierrnn .Herman  Clever.  rorcuiiiiic Fraction, same,'same. ���������  Vivet. south fori; Carpenter, Ii M Samlilaiuh. '  June 17���������June Ilnif, Miller creek, Jas-H 'Morari.  llertie, Payne mountain, Duncan Cameron. '  June iB���������WarUril Fraction, north fork Carpenter, C'��������� W.  Gustiifson.' . i  Florence, Tributary creek, Archie McLeod. ' '  llinausa, Carpenter creek, li Sticklaml, C D McRea.  June ^o-rHinnia Star Fraction, north fork Carpenter, John I  Kelly.  KiiiK Oscar, Hear lake, John Ktiulul.  ASSESSMENTS.  June 1,*���������New Springfield, Sampson.  June 53���������Gipsy, Good Hope, Shakespeare, 'Utile Jumbo,  Felix, Dixie, Hummer, Milton, Dewedlu, Derby, Conundrum,  nine!;. Rock.  June 16���������Hudson Fraction; Monitor No 3, Awayon, Smoky  Falls, .San-Inn Chief, Yuumr .Dominion Fraction, Prior, Henolj-  seut, I-onia'Doone, l.orna Douhc Fraction.  June 17���������Opliir No *i. Lost Tij,rer, Shoe Swa.y Perth, May  Hell Fraction, Liberal No 3, Phil Founder, Stiver Li.'af.  June 18���������1'inacle, Emblem, Altoiia.'  June 20���������Dolly Vardeii, Eusitfii, Dolly, Vulcan, Crackerjack,  Cara Moor.  Jtincat���������FrciUly, Honaparte,' ..  TKANSFKRS.  June lS'-Contiiulrum 1-2, Arthur G Hrown to 'Frank C Sewell,  April 5.  liastern-to\vnshtp, Cam]) Lod^e, 1-4 in each, claimed by each  C W HaUlu'iii iuut J C llartman.  'June 16���������Uroken Lock, i-6 to each, Frank L Byron to L F  Holtzand A S Williamson, June 15.  Fitielity Fraction.' protest filed against any sale by Geo  Campbell, by Frank L Hyroii, L'F Holtz ancl A S H'iHiamson,  June 15. ���������   ���������       . '       ,      ���������  ���������June 17���������Ito-iporhusand Gibralter, Win J Trethuway to the  Dardanelles M and >t Co, Ltd, June 13.  La Poina 1-3, U Jennings to A C Hchue, $100.    h:   '  Frisco 1-a, Luther Flloltz and AS Williamson to Uvan F  I-oyd. , " 1 ,.  Jeanetta, W It Smith to A II Hlumcnaiir, March 12, $4,500.  June 20���������Raymond li, Richard B, Jeanctte, A II Blumenauer,  to Frank Kelly, trustee. '.���������������������������'  Miles, Obcar Hurbauk to fieo W Hughes.  The Dismark 1-4, John litudal to P O Swauson.  HAGYAKD'S PECTOIIAL BALSAM  Is the standard remedy of the world  for Couglis, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis and all lung and throat treublcs.  frice 25c. at all dealers.  I. O. O. F.  Silver City Lndjre, Xo. .'Ifl, meets every FH-  ilrty evonliig.nt 7.110 o'clock.ln Craw-lord's hall.  K'.'C. SICU'ELL, X. G.  Jl. L.GItniAtKTr,V.G. Grand.  G. W. WA1TK, I tec. Sec.  All co|cturnlng brolher.s  cordially invited  to attend.  /*i.M.rb.M.i*u'wi.*-.n  ������*i.M.ri.'������.ri.'������.i*  THE....  sandon; b.c.  y  ������������������Y  (   American  Plan,   -53.50  per day.  ?   European   Plan,   $2.00 per .day.  s y ���������'���������'  ���������r *'.���������'.'    Y-   2  ������;.    '    ��������� Stiiictly.'First-class.;'  \    MRS. M.J. SMITH,' Prop. .-.;  M. L. Grimmett, l.l.b.  ��������� JJauri'stkr,    Solicitor,    Notary  Puplic, Etc.  ,;      Sandon,    B.C.  DENTIST-  VIRGINIA BLOCK, SANDON.  All work promptly executed..  ER B  GENERAL MERCHANTS.  riim O'WNER'JT,'  niHiMQ-nEW  "Three years ago I-was troubled  with boils, and tried several  remedies recommended by friends,  but they were of no avail. I had  FIFTY-TWO BOILS in all, and  found nothing- to g-'ive me relief  until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters.  The' first bottle I took.made a complete cure and proved' so very  satisfactory that I have recommended B.B.B.. to rnany of my  friends who have used it with t,rood  results." A. j. MUSTARD,  llyder,   Man;  Any one troubled with Boils,  Pimples, Rashes, ��������� Ulcers, Sores,  or any Chronic or Malignant Skin  Disease, who wants a perfect cure,  should use only  pnonnn  uun  BITTERS,  $100 Reward.  Ono Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully nnd promptly paid for any case  of' runkenness (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's Alcholic  unci Tobacco Cure" will not cure in  two weeks. The same remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or make ono hundred dollars. Sent by mail postage  pnid to any part of the. world for One  Dollar.   Address all orders to  R. Ryan, R.A.C.  Gower Point, Ont.  S8F  MEN'S  OUTFITTERS.  MINERS and the public in general  will find all their1 requirements in our  special lines complete, and iii variety.  Our prices also will be found quite in  keeping with the necessities of hard  limes.' y '���������'   ��������� y  THOS. BROWN & CO.  Near the Goodenough Hotel.  Sandon.   ��������� ''.'";.  y     '���������'''', ��������� ��������� , ' ��������� ' :\ -y  When yoiir watch is out of order send it by ) j  mail, and by return mail I send you state- \\  ment of repairs needed and cost of same.    -":jX  I pay return postage  on all repairs from j j  $.i.po:up.y". -;v^-i:-A:'y.-.'-1 V:v..'."'      ������������������''..' ���������'"vV;:  Cleaning $lv50;    Mainspring $1.50.; |.]  A LARGE STOGK '��������� ��������� /:; ;;4;:]  OF WATCHES. JEWELLERY, SILVERWARE,    :|J  : '��������� -'AN5OFTIC/!L.Q00b/. / ���������,';��������� V;;;.f j  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND OTHER IN VESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  H  SANDON; B. C.  le Hotel 1/Dlouver  Strictly First-class.  PORTMANN BROS.& CO., Props.  '     Good Sample Rooms.y  ,    ''"Good .Table."  The best Brands of Liquors and  Cigars. ���������  RECO AYENUK. SANDON.  rm  Bruce White. N. J. Cavanaugh.  WHITE & CAYANAUGH  Manufacturers of arid'dealers ' ���������'..  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  Estimates furnished.  Con'iactors and Builders.  $���������*���������*  %*  ���������   {A*   --wtfvbi'-rii-  Wmn%^'  111 ^  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. C.  and the public���������one,, and all���������  will find our stock in variety,  assortment, and prices all,that  they require.      ,  All needs can be fully met at  prices as low as the lowest.  " AGKNTS.���������"The best Life of Her Majesty I  have seen," writes Lord Lome about ''Queen  Victoria."' Agents make live dollars dally.  Outfit Ii-ee. BRADLEY-GAUliKTSON CO.,  Limited, Toronto.  1  SANDON.  I  HOME WORK SiWs.  We want a number of families to do  work lor us at homo, whole or spare  time. The work we send our workers  is quickly and easily done, and returned hy parcel post as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  address. THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B., London, Ont, '      ��������� ia  I do not write for money;  I am no idle railer ;  But I write to tell the story  Ofthe famous Kootenay Tailor.  We're making clothes for the very best���������:���������  A nice Tweed Suit or a fancy Test';'  "We have clothing for every taste.  Give us a call;  your time we don't waste.  My little book ''-THREE CLASSES OF MEN,"  sent sealed free, 'upon request., It tells of ray thirty years'  practice and success in treating DRAINS, LOSSES,  IMPOTENCY,' VARICOCELE, and UNDEVELOP-  MENT by nature's own gift to man���������ELECTRICITY.  My Electric Belt with Supporting Suspensory is known and  used the world over. Drop in and consult me free of  charge or write for book to-day.     Address,  DR. R. SANDEN, 156 St. James Street, Montreal, Que.  A   FIT   WE   GUARANTEE.  Just come and have a trial,  And then my friend you'll see,  We make clothes to "fit all shapes  At prices to suit the brave and free.  > i  H'  ''*������...\  i%  ���������it  ���������!3  KOOTENflT'5 T/IILORS.  WHEN1M 5HfiliON STQV &T THE  iFull Prices. Correct Selection  eu ship us  STORES, BUTCHERS  Ropes &, Tags Furnished Piee  TALLOW, QINSENQ, SENECfl.  J5@r Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices, "-������g  Immediate .Remittances.  No Commission Charged.  200 IRST AVE.. NORTH,  MMMfQUf, MINN,  StrSanaon,lossland, Kelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Foris.  Sandon,        r^lecao City.  $M%,  ���������sad  T^ST  KW75������S?  ���������^s^s  -3 &#���������$-������������������  m&  saw1  *t lttOri%.  ������m  mm  jiffi  n  $$F*t  iili  wv  HMfJ-l'-iifc-i  zm  ^JK*fc���������fl������S$  *^PM?  ���������.j.i


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