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Array T Y'<,^^������?r?������^^'  f-V- -1  VOL. I.    NO;  "SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1898.  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  TIE HID ELEGTIONS.  A Complete Turn Over' in  Ontario  Politics.  There has been a complete Hop over  in the politics of Ontario as shown by  the result of the general   elections on  Monday last.   In the fall of 1871, ' the  Grit party defeated   the Sandfield Macdonald government, a coalition by, the  purchase of E. B. Wood,   one   of Sand-  field's cabinet, and through several reconstructions   have  held   office   ever  since, the longest   unbroken   rule  in  Canadian history ;but lrom the figures  of Monday so far m known.the resnlt,to  say the least of it, is doubtful.   Movrat  while Premier used to have a majority  of from 90 to 25 against the able W. R.  Meredith ; but should Hardy, his  successor have any majority at all,  it will  he insuflicient to be workable.   Hardy  lost   two   of  his   collengue8���������Gibson,  Hamilton ; and Prydcn, Ontario.   The  full   returna may make some changes  jn the list below, .Russell in, which tlie  election is yet to be held is most sure to  go Conservative.  Riding.       Consekv'tj"   Lib-crai,  'Addington  Reid.,  Algomn, E  Farwell   ,,  Algoma, W        _ Commee.  Brant, N...,.,,..,.. Burt.  Brant, S , Hardy.  Brockvilie  '     Graham.  Bruce, N  Bowman.  Bruce, 6���������  Truax.  Bruce, C  Malcolm.  Cardwell  Little,  Carleton...'.-*;  Kidd  Dufferin ,.,  Barr.  Dundns.,,  Whitney.  Durham, E  Fallis.  Durham, W   Elgin, E Bowser  Elgin, W  McDiarmid.  Essex, N  McKee.  Essex, S  '        Auld.  Frontenac  Gallagher.  Glengary  McDonald.  Srenville  Jovnt.  Grey C Lucas  Grsy S Tamison.  Grey, N '. Boyd.  Haldlmand  Holmes.  Halton ,;,,, Barber.  JJnmilton, E  Carscallen.  Hamilton, W .... Oolquhoun.  Hagtings. VY...'.,'. Morrison*  .  the business of his department  during  the past year flatly and  emphatically  contradicts the Opposition  contention  that the making of roads  and  bridges  has progressed less satisfactorily  than  in  former years���������for' 117   pages   are  given of solid information   concerning  road work in all parts of the  country.  Besides this road   work,   66   contracts  were awarded on tenders publicly   invited, and   full   details of  which   are  given in the report, the appearance  of  which so soon after   the  period   dealt  with testifies to the   thoroughness   of  thc system prevailing in the land office  under Hon. Mr Martin's regime.   The  timber inspector's   statement   in   his.  report to the Chief Commissionergives  the following statement of timber and  cordwood cut during 1897, not' including that from   the   Dominion   or' the  .Esquimalt    and    Nanaimo    Railway  land, per returns sent in   by  the   sawmills and others :     On   Crown   lands,  61,961,647 feet;  on timber leaseholds,  39,014,010 feet" total, 100,957,657  feet ;  thc royalty payable thereon,������50,487.82;  on private property, 4,936,740 feet; not  subject to  royalty;   total,   105,939,397  feet; estimated amount to be allowed  for rebate on  exportation;   $17-,35S,57 ;  net royalty on timber would  then 'be  ������33,129.65;   add  royalty   collected  on  cordwood, SI2.354.40; total net royalty,  $ 15,483,65;   and   rental   accruing   on  timber leases in  1S97,  $40,931 2ft; add  licenses, special, 78 at ."J50, -53.950; add  licenses, general, 92 at $10, $930; total,  net   revenue   derivable   from   timber  sources, 557,294.94.  As to the land transactions of the  year, the appended table furnishes interesting information :  Pre-emption records        462  Certificates of improvement        204  Certificates of.purchase        977  Crowp grants        766  Total acreage deeded.. ...609,597  Letters received      8,034  At the meeting Monday evening,  -Aids. Cunning and Crawford were  absent.  COMMUNICATION'S.  From C. Cliffe suggesting the advisability of the council sending a delegation tO'Vrtnriii to press the claims  of Sandon for certain government  grants.���������Fyled for future reference.  From ji, Gommittee of Slocan City  askirg co-ope'ration to prevent certain  corporations from securing a monopoly  of the water power of the district. As  Simcfon'-I available power is already  taken up the council were not deeply  interested.���������Fyled-  The Finance committee reported  tht-y had completed arrangements for  a temporary Jtoan.  Aids. Switzer, Broddy a'ld Chief of  Fire'Brigadc wero appointed a committee to purchase a bell and other  n cessary lire equipments  rested on suspicion. Before the B<;ik  Mowd.iy, Pat told several stories that  did not appear to hanp well together  and he w.is remanded to see if further  evidence could be got against him. In  the meantime, however, Stafford is out  his~���������"money:"'- With two banks here,  men without homes make a mistake  in carrying so much money with them  in this loose way. There are several  1'elJows hanging around like O'Shei;  with appare. tly nothing to do, it  .-night not be out of place for the  olliciuls to watch carefully.  II  I  !���������>  An Interesting Description of Scenes in  the Old Land   by   the   Rev. R.  Frew, of Nelson.  By-Laws.  The Health By  time.  JiY-LAWS.  iw was read  a  first  OMAHA SMELTING CO. NOT TO LEAYE  Talk With Theii   Representative  "From  Pilot Bad.  Hastings,-E,  Russell  ~3-.X.....k~...cr.7.-t-T,.,l.r���������,_.. .... .. ^  Huron, E.,��������� ���������  Huron, S  Elber  Huron. W   Kent, E   Kent. W   Kingston   Lamb ton, E   Lambton, W   Lanark, 1ST  Matheson.  Lanark, 8..: Beatty.  Leeds,,,,  Beatty  Lenno-p............  Lincoln  Jessop  London................  Middlespjc, E..,.  Jliddlesej*, N...--  Middlesex, W������������������  Mon ok,.,,,, ,.  Garrow.  Ferguson.  Parde.  Harty.  Pettypiece  Pardee.  iVyles worth.  About the Ajax.  Leys.  McWilJams.  Taylor.  Ross.  Harcoun,  Lanmrche.  Chnrlcton.  Carpenter.  Poui-laB.  Clark.  Musknka,...,  Nipissing   Nor(ork,S   Norfolk, N   North u m berland, E,  W  Hoyle.  Gntario, N  Cakler.  Ontiirio, S  Powell  Ottawa..,,   Oxford, N   Oxford, S   Parry Sound.. . Beatty.  peel..   Perth, Nil....'.'..  Perth, S  Monteith.  Peterborongh,E Blezard.  " Stratton.  Prescott  Evantural.  Prince Edward Dempsey.  Renfrew, 8...... -Campbell.  White  ,  Eect'n delayed 1 week.  Duff    .,-  Miscampbell.  "Thompson.  McLaughlin.  Lumsdcn.  Patullo.  Nmrth..  Brown.  Renfrew, N...  Russell.........  Simcoe, W,,:.  Simcoe, E......  Simcoe, G......  -_l   . I    ��������� . !  ���������   ���������  Storjnorit....".  iforopto, E..... Payn,e  ���������for.ont.o, W... Crawford.  Toronto, S.,..'..Foy.  Toronto, N,.,. Marter.  Victoria, E..,. Camege.  Victoria, W.. Fox.  Waterloo, S���������.  Kribs.  Waterloo, N...  Welland........  Wellington, E  Wellington, S  ��������� Wellington, W  Wentworth, N Wardell.  Gcrmun.  Craig.  Mutrie.  Tucker, Pat.  Wentworth, S  York,E..:....|.  York, fy-ry-l  ���������^ork, N.......  . E ickenson-  Richardson.  m- '.'"���������'.  p.avis.  -**_-  UU������ autf WorKs Report.  The annual report of the Chief Com-  missioner of Lands and  Works   as   to  '   Rossland, n.-;.. Feb. 28th. 1898  The Editor, "Mining Review,"  SANDON, Jl. C,  Dear Sir: In tho Mixing Review of  Feb. 26th, there appeared an article  relating to some inquiries that had  been answered in the "Miner" concerning the Ajcx mine, situated near Sandon. While it is true that the first  iins-yer pfafp'd that "so far as the  'Miner' ciin ascertain, nothing is being  done or. tlm Ajax grr-up," you should  ���������nlaO'glYe t"r\������'"~*min;i.��������� ui0j;, -i*������,������. .-.,���������������"���������������  sequently publishing a letter received  from J. K. Clark, manager of the Ajax,  winch stated that an average force of  nine men has been continuously employed on the property since it was  purchased by the present owners last  July. An editorial note was added to  the communication stating that the  "Miner" is very g!ad to make this correction, and it regrets that through a  misapprehension it should have done  an injustice." This appeared in the  daijy and weekly issues of Feb. 3rd,  3.39.S.  The "Miner" is called upon to answer  questions concerning mines and mining in nearly all of the camps in  Southern R. C, npd endcayors (q give  the desired information correctly.  ' I have since recieved a letter from  the management of the Ajax thanking  me for the correction.  The "Miner's" frequent and never  unfavorable mention of the Slocan  proves that your recent references to  me are rather uncalled for. In justice  to yourself and the "Miner" I trust  you will accept these explanations as  satisfactory and give this communication space in your columns.  I am,     yours truly,  C, E. R,\n*, '  Managing Editor Rossland Miner.  [We give spice to the foregoing as  it was written not that an explanation  from ns calls for it," but merely that  we may not be accused of doing Mr.  Race an injustice. Mr. Race is not  blamiible for nnt knowing all ab ut  thc affairs of the Ajax���������;.-.hut he is for  assuming to know, what no one man  could possibly know, all about all the  mines of this country offhand, .without  special enquiry- . When a "newspaper  man is governed by ordinary modesty  jt is much better for him to say to a  pprrespondent he is unable to aps-iyer  hjs question, than to do an innocent  third party an injustice, through an  explanation fished from under.: an  editor's finger nails' merely���������En. Rj--  yiEW.'l -.',''���������' '-,-..  ' In a talk last evening -with E. J:  Matthews, local representative of the  Omaha-Grant Smelting Co., he authorized the denial of the rumor that his  company would withdraw from the  Kootenay, "The company is -it present waiting to see if the Dominion parliament will do anything to protect the  home industry of the manufacture of  lead and lead products," said Mr. Matthews. "We believe such relief will  come, and would rather operate our  plants and mines under more favorable  conditions than now exist. If the government will impose a sufficient export  duty on load so th.it the Canadian  mines and smelters can supply the  Canadi in market, we will be ready to  start up again soon on a large scale.  The closing of the Tariff and Lucky  Jim mines and the Pilot Bay plant  is only temporary therefore, pending  favorably action by ti e govern men f,.-^-  B. C. Hews..   "TT"  Coal Oil in East Kootenay:  Besides iieing indisputably rich in  coal deposits East Kontenny'is said on  good authority to have many other resources awaiting development, on the  completion of the ( row's Nest Pass,  railway. One of these is the petroleum  fields in the southeastern portion of  the Flathead valley. This is a section  of the country hue little known and is  separated from the rcn/mindcr of the  district bj* a r- nge qf h}gh mountains.  Thc surface indications are good and  two different qualities oi oil have been  found on Kisneena creek, a short distance north qf th.0 jqtepnational  boundary line. Tliere is natural gas  from the bed rock that burns freely  on ignition. Dr. Selwyn of the Dominion Government Survey made a special  trip to the valley and found thc oil to  be genuine and also found that it was  in thc Cambrian formation as all oilfields recently found are in Trenton  formation. '  Ymir Properties Bonded.  Will Examine Kootenay Mines,  C. Rutherford, a mining engineer of  BnltTwa; o, Matabelelaud, Soqth Aftiaa,  is in Ottawa,' en rou(,c to the ivoptenay,  wj.iere.he vfiil enquire into fhe mining  resources of the coqntry as a probable  jjejd for inyestnient.  TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists refund the money if it  fails to cure. .25 ceuts.  P. C, StoeBS, of Spokane, Washington, ha taken a bond on the Lone Star  and Spotted Horse, near Ymir, for  *20,000 from H. A. McClure. The  property which is said to be a very  valuable one i? situated two and a half-  miles' sou th of Ymir.-three quarters of  a mile west of the Nelson.& Fr.rt Sheppard Railway on the south BJOpd of  Round Mountain. The first payment  of $2,50.0 is to be made on or before  July 10th;'.1898,-the second payment  of $2,50,0 on Jan. 10th. 1S99, and the  final paynient of *?15,000 on or In fore  July 10th, 1899. It is understood that  V/oyk On thp property will be com  menced about April 1st.  As our council seem to have a way  of their own of passing by-laws, we  give herewith the usages of other c< un-  cils, such as those of Victoria. Toronto,  and in fact all places, where rule is  observed. The -statutes of every province give municipal incorporations  power to pass such local legislation as  iri best suited to their requirements, so  Innv ,as it dues not conflict with the  legal rights and privileges of individuals, or other corporations. To this  end, a general outline of legal privileges is specified. The by-laws of  municipalities are therefore their local  legal restrictive enactments. The  spirit of die law is that these enactments should all b" considered and  passed in open council, with the latitude of the law before the councillors  in their deliberations.  It is only reason t������ assume that  councils in caucus or otherwise outside of regular meetings, decide on the  special requirements of their municipalities under by-laws, before any are  drafted. When that line is decided on,  tho clerk is supposed to draft them in  skeleton, that is ready to fill in blanks  for names, dates, terms, amounts,  rates, etc., in council. If the by-law is  to cover points on which the statutes  are not thc clearest, as ia sometimes  the ease, it should be drafted by the  solicit*.r, to be filled, as the others, in  open council.  With the by-law in skeleton it  comes before a regular meeting  of the council, when the title  and.preamble are read by the clerk.  To save time, one member moves  that tho by-law "be tai'en as road  a first itime," which generalh carries. Another member of the council  then moves the council into "committee of the whole," when thc mayor  may either remain in the chair, or  name some member to take it.    The  l'y-lliv/    la   cll*Tij-r-+-c������\l   ol������.w������o-*ij��������� ������tiugor  and every blank is filled'in by resolution, often, when councils are large,  by amendments to resolutions. It is  in this committee, the law supposes  the real work,and consideration of, the  by-law is done. When the last clause  is fin shed, tho council resumes by motion, the chairman reports the second  reading of thc by-lu'w. It is then deferred to a later date for the third  reading, which is done in regular  copr-cil. The by-law at such meeting  may be .tmended, il amendment is desired, but usually it is accepted and  passed. The law of some provi'ioes  requires a l,at,er. rneotin-j for formal  adoption, but this is a formality onlj .  Adopting the by-laws of another municipality bodily is neither law nor  good reason, as it often forces a lot of  timber on thc place cither worse than  useless or altogether unnecessary.  If all the aldermen at a board are  legally qualified, elected strictly according to law, and the by-laws arc  passed in this way, every feature of  them within the statutes and no feature antagonistic to a statute, there  is never a danger of the place being  put to costs by a by-law being attacked  by a party aggrieved at its existence.  In this country thc law calls for thc  publication of all municipal by-laws  in a local paper and the Provincial  Gazette, which former is desirable,  that all residents may know what is in  it, but which latter is a useless expenditure, as but few parties ir-tereflted  ever see the' (gazette, ' It is a source of  provincial revenue, however, at the  expense of the people. ,  Those who attended the lecture and  concert in Virginia hall, on'Monday  evening last, had what might be  termed an intellectual treat. The  Rev. Mr. Frew is one of those, who, in  travelling, not only sees the beautiful  ���������in nature and art���������the strange, the  curious and ridiculous, but stores it  up in his mind and has the happy  faculty of being able to impart his  knowledge and impressions clearly to  others: Hiving gone well over England, Ireland, Scotland and France, he  evidently saw most of the objects of  interest, and with his fund of humor,  he gave to his audience a high class  and withal amusing lecture, in fact,  the Rev. gentleman seemed to see  humor in even tne grave side (cemetery) of life and the^sacred lore of the  o'd land.  Owing to the blockade on the C.P.R.  the first number on  the programme, a  musical   selection   by   Mr. and   Mrs.  Millward   (New Denver),   had   to   be  omitted. ,   The   chairman,   Rev. Clel-  land, then called on Miss Wilson, who  gaye a solo with effect,   receiving an  encore   to which   she  pleasantly   responded.   During a respite in the lecture Miss Skinner, with guitar accompaniment and assisted by Miss Cliffe in  the chorus, sang a pretty ballad which  was   very much   appreciated   by the  audience,   responding   with   "Swanee  River."   Thc lecturer then concluded  with some witty anecdotes -.nd  character   sketches, among them   his deplorable condition and appear.mee as  a  result of  having to  walk  in   from  Three Forkesand leave his bestclothes  behind.   The Sandon Quartette   then  repeated their "Topical song" bristling  with local hits.   Mr. Wiikie McKenzie,  who is becoming quito a favorite with  Sandon audiences, appeared at his best  in his coster songs.  The Ladies,' A-jd of the Presbyterian  church, who were the promoters of the  entertainment, must feel well pleased  with the success of the evening, real-  ising quite a neat sum for their church  affairj*.  of great capital, is the purchaser. He  was here several days last week /md on  Saturday the deal was consuiuated.  His inspection or the property was  most thorough, and as soon as the  character of the ledge matter was  demonstrated by assays he took the  property at the price named without  delay.  At present the transfer is in the  shape of a 30-day option. This is to  allow time for the money to arrive  from England. The bond expin s nine  months after the date of its execution.  ���������Ledge.  With Scissors and Pen.  Send a Delegation.  Wc again beg to call the .attention  of our city council to the necessity* for  sending a delegation to Victoria at  once to press the claims of Sandon for  government consideration. Slocan  City is said to have assuran.ee of substantial grants, Kaslo, Nelson, Rossland i\r-d' Revelstoke have delegations  on the way. In fact if wo are to credit  the reports. Rossland is promised a  representative in tne redistribution, a  court house and a registry office. Nelson is to get equal favors, and Kaslo is  to he heard from, hut the greatest  mining centre of the Kootenay has  never yet been represented at the capital. Wo certainly have as strong  olaims as any of the places named, and  it will be really too bad if they are  ignored or neglected through the inattention of our council. We have  shown that through diligence and activity other places are getting grants  to which Sandon is at least equally entitled, and this is all \ye haye' to do in  the matter.  In three weeks over 450,000 shares  have changed hands.  Half of the Diamond J, near Three  Forks, has been bonded to Tho--. M.  Charles for ������G,000.  The Gladstone mineral claim at Ille-  cillewaet was put up at public auction  at thc Columbia House on Saturday  morning and sold to P. McCarthy, of  CaJgary.  The Dayton group,   situated  about  a mile from town have just received |  an assay   on their recent   strike.     Ic  goes 177 ounces in silver, 55  per cent,  in lead and $47 in gold to thc ton.  .--The certainty that the Dunsmuir's  are practically in control of the Noble  Five mine and will soon resume operations there has caused the stock' to rise  from 13 to 18 cents within a week.  The Spokane-Kaslo Mining company  has come to grief through financial  difficulties. The property which consists of four claims 'situated on Lyle  creek in the Ainsworth district will be  sold by the Sheriff at Nelson on March  the fourth.  The placer excitement continues ,in  the vicinity of Fort Steele says . the  Prospector. Over a mile of ground  was located on Brewery creek and a  large amount of placer mining will !bo  performed there during the coming  summer.  at its extremities first.   From England  c������me's the news that there is no capital  there   available   for  Alaskan     enterprises, and the few   idiots   who   come  out equpped with champagne and eyeglasses do not keep up a boom.     Hundreds of deluded people almost entirely  from the western  states  are  pouring  north, but they   are already   meeting  people coming out who report travelling at this season,as an impossibility.  By the time   the   trails- are1 passable  again, it is not unlikely that the boom  will have bust.   Under those circumstances is it justified   in   giving   to  Messrs. Mckenzie & Mann (or any , one  elce) large grants of public lands and  money to make a   railway   to  Teslin  lake.    Would it not be wiser to wait a  1'ttle and see if there is   any   reason-  why the railway should be built at all.   i IjH.       .  Report' of the Bank of B. N. A,  London, March-].���������The half-yearly  report of the Bank of British North  America, presented at the'meeting  held to-day shows a' net profi- of ������39,-  43,*). A dividend cf 25 shillings ' per  share was declared, making a 5 per  cent distrinvition for the whole year,  and placing 3*10,000 to the reserve", and  carrying' forward ������3,727. The report  was concurred in and unanimously  adopted.  Whitewater Lay Off.  Big C. P. R. Barge.  -������ap������  Had His Money Stolen,  A man named Stafford came down  from one of the mines, Friday week,  and stopped at the Star hotel with S^qO,  in a pocket J3QQ,k. Pat p('Shea' one "of  those' fellows 'that is scarcely ever  known to do much, but always man-'  ages to live, was around the hotel too,  Stafford,' it appears, took a ni-.an.tity. af.  "th^e crat;hqr,'' ai"4 at night got somewhat under the weather. O'Shea undertook to put Si afford to bed, and was  going to sleep with him that night.  When' Stafford came too, he found his  wallet missing,   and O'Shea was   ar-  A'Rich Find at the Palmlto.  Recently an important find was  made in the Palmito mine adjoining  the Queen Bess. A very large body of  ore waa discovered that assays 175 ozs  silver and 70 percent', lead. The mint-  is owned by London (Ont.) parties, J,  K. Clarke, of this place, and A. W.  Ross, of Rossland. The company have  had six men at, work, and have j.ust  sent up, a supply for1 si's weeks, till the  snow is otty when a large force of men  will bo pi~i on, and, work will be pushed  ahead vigorously.  NOT SO EASY.  It is not so easy to cure an, ohgtlnate  cough; it won!t cure itself. Norway  Pine Syrup is the remedy indicated  because its record-shows thatit always  cures coughs, colds and all lung  troubles.  Thc new scow built for the Canadian  Pacific railway company by Elliott ifc  Hale, was launched at- Nelson Friday  and has gone into r,er\'ipe p.n Koptenay  lake, T^-e oonipany isiealliugfo)-. tenders, for, the con-jtruction of a new  wh'arf alongside tlie present wharf for  the accommodation of the new barge.  It is one of tho largest bar-res on the  inland waters of Canada, being 200 feet  long and 38 feet wide with three tracks  capable of accommodating five freight  cars each,  The Matterhorn Group .Sold.  F.M. Chadbourn of Nelson has closed  a deal for the purchase, by a L^or-dqn,  syndicate,'of the control of l;he Matter-  horn grqup of mines if- $he Windermere , nuning district. Upper-'East  Kootenay, of wb^ch R. S. Gallop, is. the  principal owner. Tb,e first payment  was cabled tf������. the Bank of British Columbia on Saturdavlast.  The Jtollfe Hughes Deal.  Another deal has been made on the  Mollie Hughes group. This time the  prioo named is $40,000. Wm.H. Sandi-  ford, representing, an English company  A crown grant has been received for  the Silver Bear claim. This ptoperty  is on thc south fork of Kaslo ,.creek,  and is on the same lead as tho Silver  Bell. Sixty tons were recently shipped from the Silver Bell a'ad the care  went $22_5__to..the ton.__      ._   .'���������  An Ottawa dispatch says that Col.  Redpath, one of the owners of the Le  Roi mine who has been in the Dominion capital for the past few weeks has  received assurance that tho government will not impose an export duty  on ore. If anything ie done in the  matter it will bo only on nickel ore.  Of Trail Creek stocks, Iron Mask at  42-48, Josie around 25 cents and Eureka  Cons, have been active. The latter  stock has been picked up to a considerable extent and the price1 has  strengthened to 5 cents. St. Elmo has  taken a decided slump it is down to  3 cents, and hardly any being traded  in.  The Rossland Miner states that the  Gold Hills Exploration A- Development  Co., of Toronto, which owns 49 olaims  in the Lardeau-Duncan country has  engaged the s.ervicea of W. M. Ogilvie,  son of "Klondyke Ogilvie," as manager.  Thc company will do a large amount  of work on these holdings during the  coming season.  Ferguson and Cold well of Kaslo have  given a company of English capitalists  an option at $75,000 on the Carbonates  on Spring creek. Several hundred feet  of tunneling has been done on the  property and some good ore bodies  have been uncovered. It is probable  that a concentrator will be built by  the purchasing oompany in the spring.  An order in council has been passed  by the Dominion government*confirm'  ing an agreement giving the Bank of  Comiueroe the Dominion government  banking business at Dawson. The  bank will take all the gold and give  drafts for it on any bank in Canada and  New York, Chicago and San Francisco  and will deduct the royalty. The gold  will be sent but of the country, tinder  military escort.!  Information com.es from Fort Steele  that oi*v. Tuesday the 15th inst.,, the  Lilly May mine on AYild Horse Creek  was reloo.-ted. It is claimed that the  corn,pany had no standing in the Province, never having taken out a company license; als,o.titat the individual,  licenses have ex;pirpd. The property  wa/S Teeorded on Wednesday by David  Griffith, one of the. former owners, and  Mr. Griffith s.ays - that the relocation  was done to protect the interests of the  company. We also learn that, considerable is held in Spokane, Montana  and Eastern states. The cornpany was  formed iii 1S9G, for ������650,000*  The beginning of the end of the  Klpndykj" boona has come.   It is dying.  The force at the Whitewater mine  was reduced to about 30 men on account of the. extreme difficulty of getting out lr.ining timbers. Eight feet  of soft snow renders it next to impossible to get around in that section.  During the late blockade 50 men were  laid ofi" on account of the scarcity of  supplies, and the latest cut was 30.  Sandon Ore Shipments  The following is a list of or������ shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending March, S:  ,  MINE. TONS  Payne : 100  Ruth   40  Last Chance ;.. 40  Queen .Bess ,20  Ajax Fraction .'. 18  Total 218  QUEER HEART FEELING.-'     ������������������  Queer feelings'in the heart aie daily '  complained of by multitudes of people  ���������don't know the cause, but it  makes  them nervous, irritable and  unfit   for  either work or pleasure.'   Mr. _B.   A.  U2oaa,-Aiiea���������Cnbig,���������Ont". ���������oxplaiflS"- it-.  He says : "It came from la grippe.  I, was irritable, worried, dizzy, short of  breath and had such ,a queer feeling  in my heart that I .thought I would  give up the ghost. Milburn's'.Heart  and Nerve Pills changed all this, and  I am free to-day lrom all these  troubles."  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Mrs. Lloyd visited this week in New-  Denver.  Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of New Denver,  spent Sunday with friends in town.  Mrs. Egan returned this week from  Dakota, where she disposed of some  property.  B. S. Wilson, who has been with G.  W. Grimmett for some time, left for  Spokane, Thursday morning.  Mr. Geigerich has returned from his  long visit to the Eastern States, and is  again at his old post in the store.  Mr. Christie, the lawyer, is around  again after his illness of a couple of  weeks, and will seon be as hale as of  old.  Alderman Cunning left on Tuesday  morning for a trip to Oregen and the  Western States. He may be gone  three weeks or more.   ^*.^_ .  Extra Local Items.  The C. P. R. have purchased the-  steamer Denver for service on Slocan  lake.  Dr. Cartwright, a graduate of the  Royal College of Dental Surgeons of  Ontario, is prepared to do all dental  operations at the Balmoral hotel, where  he will remain until March 9.  ft is said that the failure of J.J. Sehl,  furniture dealer of Kaslo, is a bad one.  He has plenty of debts, arid a former  creditor has things in shape to swallow  up the assets, so that creditors who  supplied the present stock will get'  comparatively nothing.   '-���������. ������-������^ r-���������~.      .      '  ���������  AT THE   HOTELS.  Balinorr-l ,-��������� W Burgess, Revelstoke;  Father McFadden, Ireland;, C W Harrington, Slocan City; J Siindfield. Alexandria.  Sandon���������-WW Lande, Eagle; W J  Murray, J W Lowes, Slocan City; J  Randall, Portland; A G McKinney,  Toronto; R, A Bickerton,\Nakusp.  Goodenough���������E Garrett, San Francisco; M A Bucke, Kaslo; D Play fair;  J D Porter, Irwin; H Riblet, Rossland,  J R Miller. Montreal; A Blocker, Ta-  coma- H Chapman. Victoria; A G McKinney, Toronto; J E Jackson, Spokane; G W Hughes, E J Fielde, Con-  centraror; A H Wallbridge, J Bever-  idge, Vancouver; A Hankey, F* Darling, P Burns, Nelson; L Mewburn,  Hamilton; H Stege, C A Tisdale, New  Denver-  ' -' *!'  f.l  I:"  ���������.-.-^u  ,1\  J.!  -.-*!;<".  1 ,  tS3S<������  B'>     **��������� '   '  ||j|> ���������'-,.'.-���������. ,..;,'������������������ _.       .     ' ^  .-,.'.���������"���������."������������������-;���������. !���������>" -"v t ;y\.br-i ,j'B"���������7~**t,v7"'; ^���������rt"iZ?���������~^.i-;",\���������'T'vr^^vml'': ���������-���������,C"~r:'''~*^*,*Tr*-*-7 ryr1*-*"'-', 7*- i-'^-^-i't^^^i^r^^^r^^r r.���������r^vr^-:m,���������--,  ������ -I-*'     J>     J  ' ������ J I      if        I'-     .  ���������������   , flit������    ������ -.'      J       ������      ��������� i   *' ,     '      * '4        J    l*1*      '. '     ������������������    lh   ������-       "���������.->.���������   '���������������������������    ���������  ^     'l 5.-> .' \t*C    'VllV   -,'*���������!.���������������,���������     ."-."���������      .V.-.    "l.i   ,.l . .  ���������-i-V,*    -..VV-     I-*".".--,   >l  r.       .- . .-*--?������������������  ' \*  ���������*������������������_��������� . ���������  \-\  j-  -II     ���������  ���������1J.I    .       -    I I    -f   ,   1       I tl .     I.  ��������� *' -"il' I-"  '���������'      j* "���������      I  \i       "       '������  I,  "1*  r*. ������������������  vSra   *   !_-**.___��������� .:    '  ���������.���������"'���������V'*1-*.'- THE -MINING REVIEW  SA^piipAY, MARCH 5, 1898.  ;    SANDON,'; BRITISH COLUMBIA, '"''  SATURPAY.:.......:...MARCH5,189S.  Subscription $2.00 PerY'eak ,'.;',..���������'  ���������-,.,'.' '.':.','���������' Strictly -in Advnace.  ;   '���������-,'... CITY   FINANCES.,  ;-'...: ,--      :-,,   .-p.,: ,, ....     - ,, . -      ���������-',-..',���������-'  1 : ! F^om the way things' have gone: so  :���������' far,' the' taxpayers of Sandon have ������������������  now a fair insight into their financial  situation. Some : time ago ��������� the clerk  was asked to make up -a statement of  the probable revenues of the/place,  but he had, at the time, as;: the, tariff  was rot;struck, but incomplete data ,tb  go on.���������������������������',' The task is a much easier one  nowi .We append a, fair estimate of  how the matter would stand at the end  of the,year, in the normal condition of  things., As, however,' the licenses collected by the government, 'and which  the council will have! refunded, artless  -than the rates levied- by the council,  the showing will be in revenue at least  $i,boo less,than our 'figures below:    -  :"���������. "..'-ESTiMATED'   OUTLAY.    ���������  /Tavo policemen;      ; - $ 2,200  -Solicitor. '-,   600,  ' Clerk, collector and assessor 1,020  Commissioners, say            - 75  {'Auditor:   ,'"'/   -���������'       :,-./!/������������������ ���������.      ,;25!  ' Scavenging, at- least..-.-- 2,600  Treasurer, most probably 250  Council chamber complete * .3^������  Heating.firehall"'.������������������; .     ,'������������������''-'"''"     .".';���������*���������"���������*'  Kent of lock-up! ; ioo  ���������Heat and lighting of same,   . ,    ! 15������  ! Lighting city   v        '.'.'; '!--'-' , 1,200  'Hydrants,-';!;!!-!;.;'' ,1,620  Printing and stationery ,.;. 700  Interest on loans .'���������'.'.-���������".'���������'.-��������� 5������:  'Incidentals C .,'���������'"���������'��������� S������-9'  Total cost of running the     ', ,      !;  '-,-, machine ..,, '���������;   $11,010  .PROBABLE   REVENUE.'.  12 Hotel licenses:,  $3J6oo  2 Saloons  r,ooo,  :'J'i- Wholesale liquor.������������������'.���������'  100  50 Traders' licenses  500  1 auctioneer   .. .:���������   ���������.-"������������������  i   100  Travelling troupes  ,'-,'     2S������:  Road taxes         :  '  ' "700  Dog taxes  200  Livery, dray' and such  ���������:-> '������������������   licenses-.  IOO'  Professional    licenses,  ,.::o'-   . ���������������������������-  v .,; etc.���������-��������� ���������...������������������'.. ���������  "  i    1 op  Fines in excess.of sal:-  .-. -,v  ,!.-'-, ary of P. M'.  300'  Uneriumerated        .  :   ' 25������  Total " '','���������'��������� f: ,$7,250 ,  In any event-there will this year be in  the neighborhood of $5,000 to raise  in taxes'on"the land and buildings of  the place, and as theyvrill be assessed  a t-probably :$500,000, the, tax rate, to  Jbe;strick ;will;be,,about!one.cent, on  dollar, which will-be- very: high -when it  is considered; there is no debenture  interest of any kind to.meet.  If there is "much done in the way of  street grading, sidewalk building and  repairing, and there is bound to! be  some, the rate of taxation will be a  shade higher than this. We see how  the expenses of the place could be reduced by $tj00o or 10 per cent., ibut  as we are not the council, it is at this  juncture hardly our, place to name the  possible reductions.  From appearances at Victoria the  Local government is resolved on aiding connections with McKenzie and  Mann's' Lake Teslin railway, , and  chiefly for the trade it may bring the  cities of Victoria and Vancouver. It  maybe that the future may develop  some good mining, timber, grazing  and,, perhaps, agricultural lands; but  the prospect hardly justifies the proposed expenditure in that country,  when there are so many districts about  whose resources there is no speculation, in absolute need of aid for development. At the present time, the  Kootenay country give's the govern-.  ;ment one-third of its revenue, and this  third would be easily doubled if there  were only proper facilities for operations. The record offices are not at  all properly located;, wagon roads  from camp to camp are imperatively  demanded, and many other aids arc-  in great need, and the government  appears to give the. matter but little  attention. If it was the fact that resources were badly hampered, there  would be a reasonable excuse for this  inattention, but such is not the case.  Per capita the province has double  the revenue cf any other '.province in  ! Confederation* but the trouble is it is  not equitably expended. The government has not given this section the  voice in the Legislature it should have  and as a consequence, we have not  the requisite force The House considers ' might right. Under '' the circumstances there is no cure but to  bear it until a stronger representation  is secured. The commercial interests  of the western cities appear to have a  full pull on the government, and all  other interests must sink in abeyance  while these cry "give."  We give elsewhere m' this issue the  orders of council settings, and -those  observed in the passage of by-laws  in the! most, advanced cities in the  country; and we trust that none, of  our ";'��������� city aldermen .will consider  it amiss or put of place*.; It is a  fact patent to all, that very often  men who have had no municipal experience settling in a new place,.; are  just"as clear-headed on matters of  municipal finance, local necessities and  requirements, as men who have had  extensive routine experience. We  fully admit lrom,what we have seen  that in our. city council this is-fully  verified. 'There are 'representatives/at:  our..;,Board, who, with experience - in  routine and general usage, would make  most 'efficient representatives even for  places"/much larger, than Sandon.  But Rome was. not built-in:.a. day,  neither can an alderman become experienced in 3 day., It is for those  who desire to post .themselves in routine, that; we have given these outlines.  We ofler, them in a spirit of the utmost courtesy, as we would like,to see  the prevailing formality of the country  observed in Sandon as well as else:  where, and we trust lhey will be accepted on the same line of friendliness  and good .will. ������������������}    " '���������''.';.  8.  ' A traveller, told The'Review the  other day that he heard more Kloii-  dyke around Sandon than cany other  part,of the country, and:, that he was at  aloss to understand, it; ,To a sensible, rational man, it.is difficult to  understand why men making:their living in mining, whether laborers or  monied men, should turn -their backs  on 'the prospects Sandon holds out  and seek fields in!'that Northern unknown. ; However, when, senseless  stampedes���������",are'decided on, the reason  there! ;are niore. going; fr011*, Sandon-  than ! any .other .section'; is because;  there are.more to go. When all- the  properties here are being fully worked,  there are from 1,100 to 1,200 nien  within four miles of the city with drill  and hammer in'hand; and a couple of  hundred more as auxiliaries, while the  entire mining force of the rest of West  Kootenay, with!Rossland thrown in*  'does^not muster many more than an  equal number. 'This, then,'is a tangible reason why the mining eleijient of  Sandon should be especially disturbed  when there is a disturbance in any  part of .the country.- !-!  : The- local snarler! would like to  Create sympathy, iii some directions, to  rotrJevo itaioi tunes,- Uy; falsely insinuating the desire of The Review is to  pull do\yh wages all around..;' We believe, expense's of living,: importance  and value of work to be done, always  regulate wages.. When expenses of  living go up or down, and the value ot  work to be done fluctuates, wages'��������� an  element in production, will, the world  over, go up or down.- In men's private affairs they pay! just such'wages  as, are^requj^ed__to_jhave their work  done. well. -The ��������� same rule, ought to  apply in all public offices���������the wages'  necessary to have, the work done properly should be paid, but we doubt  much if any community, notwithstanding the show of'the teeth of ;a,snarler,  will justify.more. This is our position  in a nutshell.  For the simple reason , that we do  not want to print a sheet that would  have to be carried out to the nuisance  ground on a- long-handled pitchfork',  by the scavenger, to protect the health  of the community, we are unable to  reply in kind to the penny-a-liner up  the gulch. Our challenge was not a  bet but a square, ofier to establish our  veracity against the print's ignorance ;  and as he refuses to'accept the offer  he acknowledges that fhe public . require no proof of either���������they are satisfied as to both. '  The will o' the wisp is not satisfied  with belying the Sandon Hockey players, he must abuse them besides, because they have not felt disposed to  give him their printing patronage. So  far. the home team have this year  beaten all competitors excepting the  picked team of Rossland, nearly twice  their weight, man for man; but this is  the mental size of the man. Five dol  lors' worth of printing patronage is his  measure. Oh ! fie, Roger, fie. , It is  a case of the galled jade wincing.  DON'T LET IT ACHE.  If your stomach, liver and bowels are  working propely you will have no  headacke. Burdock Blood Bitters will  keep yon right,so there is no need to let  vour head ach?. There is lots of proof  that it is so. "I had severe headache  for over three years and was not fiee  from it for a single day. Finally I used  Burdock Blood Bitters, with the result  that it has completely cured me.".  Mhs. Affleck, Toronto.  ��������� The following is the 'order of' ;uisi-  iu'..s observed iii all properly'regulated  Vi 1 y;councils in Canada:  On opening, the mayor,' or alderman  .-i| ointcd by him to preside in his  ab ence, takes the chair, and calls the  lii'ioting to order. '; ,'   ,    '   !    ,.,-.'���������  'I lie minutes ,uf last regular meeting  an I special meeting if any in the into t val, are read by.,'ths clerk, corrected,,  if ;equiriiig correction, and signed by  thit presiding officer.  ;', !-, /      '.'.'.;.  ',  " ''".,COMMUNICATIONS.       V',",;     ���������".  Under this head all   correspondence  fr mi outside parties to-the council,   is'  read by the clerk, one, after another,  arid laid'before  the, presiding   officer  without any, comment or disposal "of.  of any of the.communications'.'  Tlie presiding "officer then takes  them up one after another, and asks'  ihe council as;to their disposal. Generally those that refer to financial matters only are referred by .the request  of sonic alderman to the Financecom-  mittee, others! to the Board ; of works,  committee,and so on. Some are deemed  of insufficient importance to be coil-'  sidered at any 'length, and they' are  ordered to be fyled. Others again are  of immediate urgent importance and  are referred to "Order of Motions"  later on in the evening arid then disposed of by resolution! '  ,'    '." '., ���������    .."UEl'pitTS.",    .';.������������������''���������       "     -'  The next thing to consider is reports  of committees, as all the committees  are supposed .tohave hud sittings in the  interval from' the previous meeting,  and send in "written reports, the form  of which is appended. These reports  may be adopted bodily by! the council-,  if approved of, and the matters dealt  w'th in them are,then disposed of ..as  if passed in full council.." Sometimes  some features of the, reports .are, riot  generally approved of by all members  of the council, arid the reports '.are  amended, altered, or thrown out.as the'  case may be by resolution of������������������]������������������ the ������������������'.. full  council., :,.'-/.t! "."'!  If there are by-laws to be eensidefed,  they are next taken up." If not  "Mbtions'.'is the next order. Under this  heading allcommunicatiohs at thefirst  part of the-meeting,- left over-to be  dealt with! by the council speedily, are  disposed of by , resolution ;'. 'also any  new rriatter requiring speedy settle-  .ment.-.", !'.''���������': ,t- -.  ���������  .Next comes . "Notices of Motion."  Under this head,any alderman desiring  to make any important changes in the  usages of the council' routine of busi-  nessj or to'sugrgest !:iny import undertaking, gives notice'tliat,he will at' a  later date named in the notice bring  in a resolution covering the mutter  under his consideration.'"-,...  "Unfinished Bu.unefs." Under!this  iteiri, all matters left, .over, frbm   pre.  ���������>-*ut*oiiACtJt.ln^:o  ivotan/iiiioUcil ilJ-U't'-.l^'Jll-  up and disposed of.  /.-, ;_-..ENQUIRIES. '..:..,   Under this,heading, any alderman  is at liberty to. ask any chairman, of  committee, or anv alderman to whom  work -was delegated at ! it , previous  meeting, as to how the matter is progressing ; also to call the attention of  the mayor, or chairman of committees  to work or matters that call for their  attention. Much of the most useful  work of councils is suggested under  this last heading.   ���������.,..-',  FORM   OF COMMITTEE REPORT.,  To the!  Mayor  and   council,   City/of  Saiidon :   ''  We, your committee,! on .Finance,  Board of Works, H' alth and Relief,  etc., etc., a8 th'e case may be, beg leave  :to report as follows :   "'.  [Here follows a full recommendation  of disposal of all ''-matters- that came  before them since last sitting.]  The report closed reads : "All of  which is respectfully submitted."  ,',-���������-. A. B.,     Chairman.  Generally all matters at onemeeting  of the council dealing with specific  subjects art) referred to the proper committees, and all accounts that come in  during the interval between meetings  of the council,are referred by the clerk  to the Finance ' committee, and they  arc dealt with in their report to come  up next meeting.-  When this usage is followed large or  small bodies get through with their  business with despatch', and always  in system and order���������never in  contusion. .  PROVINCIAL   SECRETARY'S    OF  .    FICE.  HIS HONOUR the   Lieutciiani-Gov  ernor has been pleased   t.o   make  .     tho following appointments : ���������  '    "    8TI-I FEBRUARY,'1S9S.  William henry lilly, or tlie City of  Sandon, S. M., to be Police Magistrate  of the said City.  H. H. Pitts, of the City of Sandon,  Esquire, to be a member of the Licensing Board for the said City.  Evelyn Montague Sandilands,' of  the City of Sandon, Esquire, J. P., _to  be a. member of the Board of' Police  commissioners for the said CftV-  BLOOD THAT IS BAD.  Blood that is bad makes, the/- whole  body sick. Blood that is good makes  thewh.ole body'healthy and vigorous.  Burdock Blood Bitters makes good,  rich, ruddy blood. "I regard B. B. B.  as the best medicine in tlie .world to  make rich, red blood. It cured - me  after two years suffering from weak,  thin blood.-*' Jennie A. Gleason, Cen-  treton, Ont.  K-'-.: if-  (��������� '.?1&.mof.$S$i  E.i, : /-"-"!,**,***f^-r?f-5tilFV;-~31:  THE PUZZLE������. PHRENOLOGIST,  The si-eat phrenol������i������f3t was dazed, -  . And  lost   his -usual  suavity;,   ''  Bc'd^'fouud a-i���������au'wlio couldn't be praised  Because oi Ills .depravity,    ,:     , ,':  '  "You are a thief," said  lie;  "I fear ;  You steal  wlien- not' -uvveuted.", .:';,  "But Williaiu Sluikesiiean?, he stole deer,"*  Said  he;  "I'm compliuieuted."   '..'���������,'.  "Yoiir! temper's bad, you're full of biin,  :--You  rave and fume  intensely,''    ,'.,'���������  '-'Oh, yes," said he,' l-so did Carlyle: '    '  ;-.-  Y'ou honor me Immensely,','       '  '    ., ,l-  'But,you,  sir,- you are very  vain..-:       ,,,,  ., And we-ikly egotistic," '  '������������������ ���������      ���������  '���������Oh, yeu," said he, "just like' ilontalgut;  '.You're very eulogistic."      .;,   "'������������������-���������'.'.     .-,  ''Yor.  are, a eyi'ic," '"So  wiis Swift,"-.".'I  -. "A. scoffer.".., "So. was  Shelley." :,,  -'For  lying  yoa've  a mighty  gift,"' ,, :    ,  "\VeIl,   so : had   Machiavclli/'    . , .-  "But youlre conceited,  proud and 'haut;' -  ���������-.A. base ot pride you're   built on,"       .���������'.-.-.'  'Wfll, so  was  .Michael  Augelo,.  ; Ai.d   Dante,- and  John"   Miltpi*."'  ���������Funds'' left with  you  would ' be misused,-  Or  1   am   muell   mlstal-e'n;     /...,<:"'���������  Uen's trust'iu  you  would be, abused,"   '  "Why, how llhe-Franeis Bacon! .  Well,   here's  your fee;    you've     douV'.uio.  proud; -  ' .'��������� ;-.       -'-,     .���������'  ���������-. You've- raiioiielced   history's   pages,     '.:,..,-,  To':'mill* me with  th'  Illustrious crowd  ...Of great men of all-ages.'; ,  .,    ��������������������������� -,.        ,:-,. ���������samav. iross..  ,-WiTH 'all.her! FAUt.^:s.   .,;",:'  ���������'';':'���������:'��������� ��������� ''���������',';. '!-'I-'"v.   '''',. ' .; ':- .-  IVh.en I   iris  but a lad, - ''���������'.'       ,'-.���������',-  "-...'I.ii-iig' ago, '���������' ��������� '���������'���������,! ��������� ���������'.:���������.:- ., ..  ���������This'simple lore I had,  "   .Don't you know, ,, . -, , :  That every maiden fall-  Was   ui>   augel   unaware,  Aud iSvoiidered when and where  The'*wini*s  would grow.,:  ���������-'  ';.,.   '     '^ . "ylT.'"iy".     -'.."/ ry\      ������������������  Hut wiser  now am 1, ���������  A  good  deal,  Tho' il've sometimes ,seen  them fly,  ',   Yet feel   .;���������/ ' .,���������        ..-',- ������    ,'-"-'  They are something just between  .Han  aiid  angel  lu   their  mien,  .Since n-y'Tlilllida I've seen  ���������'-"' On her wheel.  -'..'-'.    '���������-        III.   "     ''!'���������   !:���������:���������': !���������!!;,..' .  ! title"'does' Hot show a sign      '"''   ',  Of  a   wing;-:'.: ,-���������  '   ',���������'���������<���������  But iicr ligure is. divine,:;   v        , "  -And  the  .'ling', ���������''���������' ,  ">f   her   abbreviated   go>yn,  As  she  flickers through  the  towti.  '   Might'buy the throne and crow*  '-.'" :Of a king!:- --','.".i'���������,,:,  - r  '  ."���������; ���������..'-���������--,��������� ���������������������������!IV." ������������������"'-���������'-'* - '��������� .-;-���������- ':" ''.- :  No h:iio, of-a saint    :,..:;  Uoes. she   wear,   ���������      ���������   : ��������� .  Such: as Lippo loved  to. pain4,/ -.���������������������������  '    Hut ' lier   hair��������� ,, ' ':  As when all heaven  streams -.,,.  Thro' the landscape of my drcamu���������,  In such glory  floats  and  gleams   .,  Ou   the ,air! ���������'���������/"��������� ..'.      ., : V   ���������',,,,,  ���������' :  ������������������'��������� ''���������' '. :';':'-!'/'V. ',"':���������'''',!,-:.���������';��������� -; ''���������.-,'.���������!::���������;������  .'But .uot.all.for!heaveii she, ,.: '���������-.,  ,-;  ���������'.������������������';,Not-'too - good!-';:: ..-"��������� ���������-.':��������� ..;'.  " Set 'she's good enough, for  me .-,������������������-,,;���������-  In ,any , mood, , :    ,:  ���������ind if her -dashing  -vhcel   K.   .-,  ,'iool- her even to the dell, ',  .'���������;.  Thither,  too;  I'd gently steal������������������,-  '    ,  - Yes,   1, -Would! . ...  T-" -CHARLES 6.-.D.  KOBERTiS,  f h.,1  {���������!������������������ UI..TJOF :' Prl c 'AC'.fe  1'he fault of tbe.-ng* !s a mad >ndeavor   ...  .To  leap  to .heights'that'.were   made  tt  .    '.climb: '���������'.-���������   " " ���������  B.'f a burst of strength., or a theugSt that  Is ,2lever' ' .   ,  . AVe plan to outwit and forestall Time.,  \Are scorn  to  wait 'for'   the. tiling    ,'worti  : ��������� ��������� having;   AV������   want   hig.h   noon   at  the   day's  di;->:  dawn; ������������������'���������  AVeflnd no pleacure in tolling and,savins   ,-  As our forefabhern did in the good time?  Sone.  We force our -roses before their season     ��������� .  To bloom and Mossom that we may wear;  And then we wonder, and ask. the reason1  ���������:,AA'hy perfect; buds are so few and rare.: ���������  AVe cr.ivelhe_gain, but despise the getting'-  AAre want wealth,,, not as reward,: but  dower;'-  And the strength that is wasted in useless  ��������� ���������'- fretting -,    ������������������ .J-.-        ������''     -������������������--.--^- -   -:-��������� -  Would jell.. E forest or build '-'a. tower.  Co  covet  the prize,   yet  shrink  from  tho  winning;  To -tin-ist for glory, yet fear the fight��������� ���������  Why, what can it lead to at isst but sin  ���������       ��������� nlng, -..-       .-'���������:���������.'':    '"- ' -  a  To mental languor and moral blight?  Better the old slow way of striving,  And counting��������� small gains, when the yen  Is done,  Thau to use our forces all in contriving,  And to grasp  for pleasure we have no*  -   ���������   won.i. ,       ���������.-'���������'���������.���������.���������.,:������������������,.  ���������KJIa  Wheeler Wllco.T   In, AVoman's Joiir  *<*J '  Tlio Value  of Salt.  Oommon salt ground to a Sne powder  will remo-ve' the stain af hard-boiled  egga from silver spoons quicker than  anything else. Coarse salt, however,  will scratch'them. A .'"ittlA sa.lt will  remove the stain of tp& from oupa or  of . vineg-ar  from  table  linen.        ,,-  Sa,lt and water will clean willbw or  .-atta.n furniture and -wil keep m-atting  'rom turning yellow,-as it: will if wiped  >ff with dear water.- After sweeptng  * carpet whksh is ***>mewhat faded,  scatter coarse, dajzugt table salt over it,  ttntl brush it vig-oscrasly. A. fresh suip-  ply. of idtist ma*"������ be extracted from the  carpet in this way and the faded coiora  will be perceptibly brig-htened. A handful of salt -sulded to a tuhful of waiter,  in. which colored cambric and other  cottons ,-4.re soaked befiore they .are  'washed., will- prevent the colors running. . Jftirise the goods.in salted Av-ater  and dry +.hem as. rapidly as possible.  Do -not ust, too niuch salt, however, as  it hardens the water and prevents the  dirt' coming-.out'as well as'the color.���������  Neiw Tork Tribune^    . *  irroclis-for SnutU Girls.  "It is no longer considered neces-  f-ary," writes Jim-ma ' M. Hooper, in  Tlhe Ladies' Houie Journal,"to set aside  sertain fabrics for little g-irls' wear,  *ts nowadays- .tjhisy. wear everything  that their mothers do, except real lace  and jewels. Care ��������� is taken, however,  to use only .'���������mall-patterned material-!  for their ��������� frocks., In colors, white i������  always in.-rood taste, also baby bJiue  and pink, and this spring green is very  much in vogue, as well "as ' golden  brawn, red, r'rench ��������� and ' liavy blue,  pearl g-rij.y and ixtle yellow. J31ack is  used only as a. trimming in velvet ribbon ormoliah- braid. Satdn and taffeta  rlblxms are use-i as trimmings, also  white, yellowish aaid linen colored embroideries. ,Valtnolannes and net top  laces are u*-<"d lit' white and butter  ������ha.1������n. yiritb. to   match."  Tli������  l.untrofit JSriVlg*:,  TT-ie Iong-tret railr^rud' La-ld-re. of Europe, and, in fact, of the world, was  recently, vipened,to traffic with great  t-ereinony.     ���������-...'''  The new railroad bridge oyer th-.  Danube River at Czernavoda is One of  the most!irhi>oi-tan.t technical achievements of recent date. For more than  nine miles tliio bridge crosses the Danube proper.and the so-called territory  oi inundation, which is annually under  water for a certain period of time.  The largest spans are over the main  current of the river, there being one:  of 620 feet and four Qf 455 feet each.  The total length of the bridge proper,  ���������without approaches, is- 33,325 feet, while  the other larg-est railroad bridges in  the world nveasure as follows,:. Tay  Bridge, Scotland, 10,725 feet; Missi--sii|-������pl  Bridge 10,600 feet, and the Fourch  Bridge, Scotland, 7S00.        .  The clear height of the bridge over,  the main channel is so ���������"alculated that  even at higli watw, the largest vessels  ���������salli���������e on the Daanbe may "pass under  ��������� > '.vue*gs"I<ove'is- crowned .triumphant.  M^^-S5>- '!     ^   only in,the home  ^ii.-^" '��������� fG^5  where a baby corri-  i_ ^ pj^^s , the , tie  ? of matrimony.  ,fe A childless  marriage    can-  '** not be a happy  one.     It  takes  ^the final tie of  a baby to bind  two   souls   to-  'gether in mar-,  riage for better  or    for   worse.  AVithout   this  a wedded couple  indissoluble in-  that makes daily  self-sacrifice, not' only a  ,' possibility, but a j-leasure.   ,   ' ,. ���������/:���������:  There are to-day thousands of homes all  over tlie country: that were once .childless  and unhappy, but that to-day echo^vith  the laughter of happy babyhood, as,a re-,  .suit of a marvelous medicine, .known as  Dr. i'ierce's Favorite Prescription. This is  the, greatest of'.all medicines. for women ���������  who sufferer, from -weakness and dise-ise'of..,  the delicate anil imnortant organs that bear'  .. Theburdens of maternity.' ; It makes them  healthy, 'strong, vigorous .and- elastic. _It  h-alces them pure, and virile'. - It allays inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain  and tones and .builds up the,, shattered  "neryes. It banishes,the discomforts of the  expectant period,' and,makes baby's coming- easv,and almost painless. It insures  the little new-comer's, health, arid a bountiful supply of nourishment.. It .transforms  weak, sickly;"nervous';.invalids into happy,  healthy mothers! AnMionest dealer will  ,not lirge an inferior substituteupon you.,'-;:  "lam nowa .happy juother'of ft fi<(k, healthy,  baby girl," writes *MrS������J������. B. Cannings, of'No.'  4jio Humphrev Street, St. Louis. Mo. "Feel  that your 'Favorite Prescription' lias done me  more* good than'any thing. I have ever: taken;  Three mouths pre\-J6iis to my confinement I< began using it.'.: 1 was only iu labor forty-five minutes. With mv. first baby 1 suffered- 18 hours  then'had .to-lose liiiu. He was very delicate and  oiilv lived 12 hours.- For two years I suffered untold agony and had two miscarriages. The  ,'.Favorite Prescription ' saved; both my child  and, myself." ���������-,,, ���������������������������.','���������., '/;",,- '-''.-.', ',;..,' ,-  AVrite to;Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y,,  for a free letter of advice, and enclose ,31  one-cent stamps, to cover customs and  mailing' ..o'nlv. for a paper-covered copy  of the " Itople's. Common Sense, Medical  Adviser;" or 50 stamps for a cloth-bound  copy.   A' medical library in one volume.  '  ��������� ���������������������������'��������� Don't    scold  the little ones if  the.bed is wet  , . intiie morning.  It isn't the child's fault'v-Weak /  kidneys" nee d ; strengthening--f-  that's all.   Yoii' can't afford to  risk delay.    Neglect may entail.  -a lifetime of suffering. .-"'  Doan's Ksdpsey Pills  , Strengthen the Kidneys and  Bladder, then all trouble  -    - .ceases;  -',, ,,"  Mr. John Carson, employed at  :".M. S. Bradt &,Gq.'s store, Hamilton, Ont., siiys :'.'      , '������������������'.:'���������'::  "My little boy. seven years ofago.  has been troubled with his kidneys  since birth and could not hold, his  water.   AVe spent hundreds of dollars doctoring and tried many different remedies; but they were of no  -avail.   One box o������   Doan's Kidney  Pills completely curedhim.','  Bruce :Wfy*<*-��������� --.-r-:*-:-M-!'J- c������-.v������"-.*.*srii-  ,���������'���������'.   Manufacturers of and dealers'*, n  :-. iii Rough and Dressed Lum-  '������������������'" ! ber a specialty. .*  Estimates furnished.'.      .      ",-'.:.'���������  . Cont-iactors and Builders.  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B.C.  -riitiiKQ  BSD OTHER --1HVJESTMEHTS.  Every "Representation Guaranteed.  SANDOK. B.- C.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  ���������Fr������.,-.' Copyrights &c.  Anyo'no sondiUK a sketch and description may  aulel-Iy ascertain our opinion free whether an  lhvontlon Is probnbly pnteiitablc. Communlcii.  tlons strictly conlldcntlnl. Handbook on Pntonts  sent free. Oldest nconcy for sccurin--j-atonts.  Patents taken throueli Muim ;t Co. rccelvo  special notice, without clinriro, in tlio  A hands'omel7 illustrated-weekly.' ^'Wst clr-  !VIUNN&Co.36,Broadway'NewYorn  Branch Offlce, 025 V St, AVashlDBton, D. G.  ATTENTION TRAVELLING PUBLIC.  Leave Sandon for all Const nnd Sound  points, a't 7.45 a^m.'"daily,,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock next day.  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next clay,  arrive Nelson 22.30 o'clock same day,  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive llossland 23.30 o'clock same day.  Ilmmediate connection , made , at  j unction points, no delay ; quick "service and superb acquipmont are lew of  the many advantages offered by this  line. .  :large  ���������'SS.  V*v  STTDOKjO^  PRELECT-  -:#Oiwfi';  !W  -'��������� G^I-and ^  stocEs of St������itioneryr  Blank Books, Church Books, Ink, Softool  Supplies, Wedding Stationery, Cloth Bpiind  Books, Musical Goods and Sporting Go  .&c:;.:'iii; endless yarieiy. V���������:;>-;'���������'--^  We pay special attention to' Jhave a fall f  line of -:.���������":���������-���������*���������:">: - ' v ���������������������������'���������������������������-.'  S  Next  Door to  B. JSf. A. Bank,  Sandon, B. C,  :&  \n\    .*l���������T3TTC���������~-iv-.vw~:r-rr r������.-*-������������������ 1^Tf\r ������-s���������>r. -il-"'-*i?r>*".-~;""*��������� ""TT*3iri���������' ^: .' "l"  ,ltf,v**'****rT***,***'."V*'���������'**!��������������������������� --y-."������" -������w." w���������������-i----p������;rT.TI J���������C���������.***7TTru~t S"~0���������"-J*""**' "TU,*T:">"~"'IC���������TiV.1'*-*-' V"*   *- .'TTiSr-**-'"'?''.'!IT"T^*r,T"���������^T'""1 "*".p*1 r"lT^-"7."',TrT���������~*,~Tr'r!*7���������" /���������"���������"������������������* J-v-"T--**--v-rr T"T'"���������'*f**' -"���������v. v ������������������������������������ 1 ,h>   .. " ���������""J *ir"*^T" 1"T~!~rv",1   r.^*  '-,'f "S ���������jrr-"^  ���������u-n  f  X\\  SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  S  GAINER CREEK.  The Scene of the Remarkable Gold Discovery Last Season*.  Gainer creek empties into the south  fork of the Lardeau about 10 miles  from Trout Luke and has its source at  the f"ot of the lime belt. Soutli of the  belt for four miles is a succession, of  contacts, every thousand or two feet,  in each of which is a vein clearly defined for miles, the formations . being  lime and schists. In these ledges the  ore on the surface is g-tlena with some  .iron carbonates and oxides. In the  past Gainer creek wns known as the  location of the Badshot, Black Princre  and other promising properties in tlie  lime belt.  THE LADE  GROUP. "  As it may be called from its discovers, consists of five claims. The  formation is slate and the leads cut it  at right angles. Tne gangiic matter is  a brown swar with stringers of pay  quartz from two to eight inches 'Avide  running across it at right angles intervals of ten or 15 feet more. The spar  carries tellurium," a mineral not known  to exist in the Lardeau before this discovery. The very claim which the  Lade Bros* worked, was staked as a  gaicna proposition some years ago and  abandoned as Avorthiess. Tlie present  owners discovered that it wa"5 gold  bearing by accident. One r>f them  broke a piece of the rock in two, when  something inside held the_ two. pieces  together. On twisting,them apart thc  discovery was made that the link   Avas  "-a small piace of gold.  ������������������  - Development work was done on   one  'claim, the Olive Mable , on which a  small s aft was driven and a few tons  of ore taken out. Two tons were sent  down to the Kaslo sampler nnd gave  the.enormous return of ������1,100 to thc  ton. After thc discovery the whole  countrv round thc Lndc group was  token up but no one Avas fortunate  enough to get on to an extension of  the.lead or rock resembling it in that  vicinity. It is reported that the same  kind of rock is met with in other parts,  of the Lardeau and it is :ilso,said to be  identified with that of Boulder creek,  Colorado. Although the claims are  still undeveloped high figures have  been offered for the property but thc  discoA'erers haA'e so far preferred to  hold it. If it is as permanent as its  surface indications are rich, Klondyke  , will not be in it with Gaincrcrcck.  Corporation  Of the City of Sandon*  By-Lav/ No. 7.  A by-law for the purpose of repealing  by-law No. 1, cited as l-Eoad tax bylaw No. 1,1898.  Whoreas ic is deemed expedient and  necessary that Koad tax by-law Mo, 1,  1S9S, be repealed, and Avhereas it is  also expedient to lev} a Koad tax in  the Ci'y of Sandon  Nov therefore, fhe municipal council  of the Corporation ot" the City of Sandon enacts as follows:  1. Boad tax by-law No. 1, J898, is  hereby repealed.  2. It ii l-p.-eby levied and imposed,  and there shnll be raised and collected  an equal rate of two dollars per head  per annum upon all male persons between tho ages of twenty-one and fifty  yeais residing within the municipality  of tJie City of Sandon.  3. The said rate shall be due and  tiayiible to tht: city collector, at his  office in the City of Sandon, on the  2Sth day of February. 1S9S.  4. This by-law may be cited for all  purposes as, "The lioad tax By-Luv  No. 7, 189S.      -   "  Head first time February 21st;   180S.  It^ad second time February 21st,189S.  Read third timi- February" 21st, 1808.  Unconsidered and fmsillv adopted  "Foi-runrv 23rd. 1S98.  [si'Ai,.]" , EDWIN 11. ATHERTON,  Fi-A-Xic U. Skwui.l, Mayor.  City Clerk.  , NOTICE.  Tlie above is a true copy of a by-laAV  passed by the Municipal Council of the  Coporation of the City of Sandon on  theTwcnty-third day of February,A. 1").  1S0S, and all persons are hereby required to take notice that anyone  desirous of applying to have such by-  Iiiav or any part thereof quashed, must  mnUe his application for that purpose  to the Supreme Court within one  month next after publication of this  by-livw in the British Columbia gazette,  or ho will be too late to be heard in  that behalf.  DAILY STAG  FRQUI THREE FORKS TO COOV.  Morning���������leaving   Three Forks at 8  o'clock.  Afternoon���������leaves Cody at 11 o'clock.  Leaves Three Forks at 1 o'clock.  Leaves Cody at 4 o'clock.  J .    O .     i  gan.  SPOKANE FULLS I  NELSON S FORI SHEPPARD RY.  '     ,   RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY  Signed,  F-'ANJC C. SEAA'JSLL,  City Clerk.  NOTICE.  RlCCTU'-ICATION-   OF    CltOAVX   GRANT  THINK THE SITUATION GRAYE.  How    the    English   Papers   regard   tho  Maine Disaster.  w  i-oiidon,--"**''.'...    Oa C-nnEnt.'niia)  fKs"  patches purporting to repeat the alarming utterances of President McKinley,  Secretary Long and other officials, are  beginning to effect public opinion on  this side of the Atlantic and create thc  impression that there may possibly be  truth in the reports which allege that  the loss of the Maine was not due to  accident, as was at lirst believed here,  although war between the United  States and Spain is regarded as^ improbable. Thc disposition in this city  is to regard the apprehensions respecting Cuba as altogether -exaggerated.  The Statist says this is a grave mistake, "as apart from sentiment, the  .-���������material losses inflicted upon Americans by thc anariichy in Cuba must,  not be believed."  The Saturday Review is of thc opinion that the affair is gravely critical, j  and comments on the silence of the  court 01 inquiry as being ,'ominous,"  its in the nervous anxiety 0/ President  McKinley and his ministers to avoid  a rupture Avith Spain they would obviously have hastened to publish anything which would help to stop the  mouths of Senators Mason and Allen,  who, with thc assistance of certain  newspapers, are yelping for instant  war, in best jingo style. Proceeding  the Review says : "Secretary Sherman having been silenced by the  simple process of not allowing him to  know anything; thc cxecutSA*c has  lately kept its secrets admirably, but  it is shrcAvdly suspected that this disposition of President McKinley is  largely owing to tlie reports of his  naval advisors to the effect that Amer-  ca is not in a condition to go to war  with Spain with 11. cerUinty of immediate and overwhelming success."  The Spectator is certain .-'that, the  United States government,.'".whether  moved by information from Europe or  being only desirous of peace, is anxious  to avoid a Avar."  JHEREAS on tlie 30th day qf July,  1S97, a Crown Grant was issed to  Eva Boss, James W. Troup and Thomas  McGuigan, for the "American Boy"  mineral claim, and known as Lot 571,  Groxip I., Kootenay District, but contains a Avrong description of the land  thereby intended to be granted, for the  reason that the pl<m thereto attached  illustrating the parcel of ground conveyed omits a portion of the land  which was included in the survey of  the <d-iim for Avhieh a Certificate of  Improvement .A'as granted.  Notice is hereby given that His  Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council has directed thc defective  Crown Grant to be cancelled and a corrected one to be issued in lieu thereof  ihree months from thc date hereof, un-  lono   J^nrl   I'CIUBO is shOAVll    tO     the     OOll-  tcar*y. - ' ~ ~~    ~ ��������� -   Adverse claims must be filed with  the -undersigned on or before the 17th  dav of Mav next.  W.S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands  & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  "Victoria, B.C., 17th February,  1S9S.  THE ONLY ROUTEto TRAIL CREEK  andlhe mincr.il dit.trict.sof the Colvlile Ite������-  (.'ivation. Nelson, K-ik1o, Kootenay  Lake and Slocan points.  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,    BETWEEN  SPOKa NE/ROSSLAND AND NELSON  T.I-AV1- AHK1VK  10.01) vim Rossland    3.10 p.m.  S.10 n.m Nelson..'. 0 00 p.m.  S.00 n.m Spolcnne (5.00 p.m.  No change of cars between Spokane and  Rossland.  Close connections nt Nelson with stoumcrs  for Iva-slo and all TCootonay lake point".  Passengers lor JCotth;river .ind T'O'indary  ereelc conned al Marcus with stage dully.  ORTHERN  PACIFIC RAILWAY.  Solid VkstihijijE Trains.  Modehn Equipment.  toTacoma,  Seattle,  Victoria. Vancouver, Portland, and California Points.  St. Paul, St. Louis, Chicago, New  York, Boston, and all Points East, also  European S. S. tickets.  TIME    SCHEDULE.  No. 1. AVest  No. 2. Hast,  Depart  Depart  10.55 p.m.  7.0!) n.m.  For Information, time-cards, maps and  llcl-ets, call on or write]". 1). GIBBS, general  agent, Spokane, Wash.; or A. P. Charlton,  assistant, passenger agent. No. 2oo Morribon  street, corner Third, Portland. Oregon.  JOB PRINTING.  :      GREAT.. MUSIC  OFFER.  -���������'Send us thenames and addresses of  : three or more performers on the piano  /or- organ, together Avith ten cents in'  silver or postage, and-we will mail you  five pieces* full sheet music size, consisting of ���������-popular songs, waltzes,  marches, etc., arranged for the piano  .and organ.    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A Guelph harness maker tells  how he was cured.  Mrr, Wm. Dyson, the well known satldler  and larness maker of Guelpli, Out , inakos  the -following statement:    "I heartily re-  Kaslo and  Slocan  Railway.  TIHE  -CARD.  Leave  S.00 a.m.        Kaslo      Arrive 3.50 p.m.  8.30 " South Folk       "      3.15 "  "      fl.SG " Spoules         "      2.15 "  9.51 " AVlme-n-ator       '      2.00 "  "     10.03 " Bear Lake        "       1.4S "  "     10.18 " McGuigan        "       1.33 "  "     10.3S " Cody Junction   "       1.12 "  ArrlvelO.oO " Sandon       Leave 1.00 "  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  JtOBEKT IRVING, GEO. F. COP15LAND,  __    G. P. & P. A. Superintendent.  For cheap Railroad and "Steamship"  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  13. Camfisell, Agent, Sandon, B. G.  50C.  50C.  oomraend Miltram's Heart and Nerve Pills  to anyone suffering from nervousness and  heart trouble., They are a splendid  meclioine for such complaints. For a long  :timo I was afflicted with nervousness and  pain in my heart, which was esjjecially  sever* at night,, often destroying mj- rest.  These pills cured me arid invigorated my  nervous system which is now strong arid  healtly. They restored restful sleep besides  remo-vingtho distressing heart pains which  formerly gave me so much anxiety and  trouble."  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills 50 cts.  a box. 8 for ������1.25, sold by druggists or sent  by mail.   T. Milburn & Co., Toronto, Ont.  Laxa-Liver Pills cure Constipation.  FREE.  These watches arc solid 14-carat  gold, and our usual list price for  them here in England is ������5 ($"25)  each, but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, we will send yon  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous offer. If  vou -rant one, write us without  deliy. With your letter send us  56 cents International Money  Order, for wnlch we will send you  a solid silver brooch,worth SI, ind  our offer. After you receive the  beautiful Avatch, Ave shall expect  you to show it to your friends,  and call their attention to this  advertisement, This Avatch is  sent free on registered post on  your complying with our advertisement and our oiler, and is Avar-  ranted* for five years.    Anniiuss���������  Y\'ATCHMAKERS'  ALLIANCE  & EIINEST GOODE'S STORES,  i.TD., lS-1 Oxford St.Londoi", Eng.  <      Money returned if not more than  satisllcd.  UNSOLICITED  TKSTIMOSIAL.  15 J^iinccsSI., Birmingham, Eur.  "I t'mult you very much ior the  beautiful -v-urli you si-nt me freest  olinr-ri'. I have toted it foi nine  months and il. never varies one Iialf-a-  minutc from one week's end to another."��������� E. Wilks.  ."To give away a Gold Watch' worth  S25 is certainly a splendid advertise-  mcnt.,but.ns theWntelimnkers'AHlanco  Is the largest llrmol watchmakers In  England,they can afTord It,."���������KdltorX.  He sure and address your letter, 1S1,  OxFOBfiSTUKitT, London; Exgi.ani).  Tlieflil  r.  *7A*7KtA  .    ' ���������' f    '....-.-'.'. ..  . "������������������ Strictly First-class."  PORTMANN BROS. &. CO., Props.  Good  Sample Booms.  .'   ��������� '    ���������   , ' -  Good Table.  The best brands of Liquors and Cigars  RECO AVENUE, i. SANDON.  j***f-*i--f***i*������-i ^j^twr^tSfCMsTrKfirxxc^rfrjr.  FORTUNES IR PATENTS  Send a Rough Drawing in Lead Pencil of  your Idea, Improvement or Invention, with  o   S.I.. fi .. rl oc/iri������*ii\n  ..f it-     nn.l   ..... ^.'{11  v^..........  book "How to get a Patent." MARION &  MARION, Experts, Temple Mldj; Montreal. The only firm of graduate enfrim ers  in the Dominion transacting patent business  eypJuelvely.   Highest refcrencef ���������  lanadian Pacific  Railway  And Soo Pacific.  as  T      T  T     ���������  Use a first-class line in travelling between  ?,IlnnuiipoliK. St. I'aul and Chicago, and the  principal towns In Central AVlsconsin.  "I'ullinaii I'ala^e Sleeping  and Chair Cars  In service.  Tho JJining Cars areoperatcd in the interest  of Us palron.s, tbe most elegant, service ever  mango:rated.   "Meals are serred a la Carte.  To obtain firsl-class -.errlee your ticket  should read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at. Chicago ann Milwaukee for Eastern point*.  Ji'arlnll iiuornintion call on your nearest  (ickot agent, or write ' '  Jas. J^oxd, or Jas. A. Clock,  Gen. I'as. Agt.. General Assent.  Milwaukee, Wis. 2-IG Stark St.,  l'ortland. Or.  The Most Direct Route to all Points in  Cnnada, United States and Europe.  DAILY SERVICE.  Jjaggago checked  through to  destination  without change.  ���������The Only Line  operating tourist cars to Toronto, Montreal  and Boston without change, also through  cars to St. Paul daily.  Luxurious   Sleepeis   and   Magnificent  Dining Cars on all Trains.  Trains leave Sandon 14 o'clock, dally, oon-  nections with steamers lor the north,  except Monday; and south daily.  exeept Sundays.  Call on nearest C. P.  R.  agent for further  parllculars,.lt will save ;you time and moaey  A. C. McARTHUR, atent, Sandon;  H. M. Macgregor, traveling passenger  agent, Nelson; Qeo.MoL.Brown district  ORaa(Uilt<iraitent, Vancouver.  M  Nothing' Like Brick!  ���������^  ���������^���������'���������---.���������'-v  Proctor & McMillan Bros.  OF BALFOUR  Manufacture a first-class article in Pressed Brick * they arc selling at Ioav figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  The  northern  connecting  point   of   the  C. P. R. on Slocan lake.  B-osebery  has the only safe harbor north of Slocan City.  *  Kaslo '  H. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  COAST LUMBER.   GOAST LUMBER.  Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Mouldings,  ,  Laths, Shingles, Doors and Windows,  Glass.       ' Store and Office Fixtures.  Oc X McLachlan,  FACTOIIY AND YARD*il*EXT TO ELECTRIC POAY.ER-HOUSE,      SANDON.  os&bery  It is at Rosebery where the. beautiful  Slocan steamer ties up over night and  where the employees can bring their .families.  B-oseTDery  ������${ jf.   j^.  j$. ���������*$���������.  ������**"���������>  jj*. jfy  lots were put on the market June 28th and  are selling fast. You cannot s afford to ' wait  if you want a lot.    They are going up.  Eosebery.  Men are grading and clearing, the town-  site, and several buildings are about to be  erected.  osebexy  We have every   ^  facility for *������***���������  turning out the   jj:  best Mining and ^  4  4  4  4  Commercial  Work that can  i  be executed.  is designed to be the distributing centre for  the Slocan.  4  4* ^  ���������^ Orders taken for Printing '��������� '   5  o|4 at Cliffe's Bookstore    ' -     -*^������-  t* will receive prompt <5  TT attention: f^T-  will become the great Concentrating City of  the Slocan, having abundance of water and  being easy of access to the mining centre.  Watch this.  Terms���������One-half cash ; balance three and  six months.    For full particulars apply to  nw *  ���������i    ������������������ "if  General Agent*  * 1=1  l" "."-"I  ,.  k-V'"*?*.  ?���������*������������������.������.������������������" '  ���������;* i.^-*-!--  ���������������������������,'.* v  [. *, ..>^' ^  ���������1   !'���������"  T^r~Y'';n"-r'r'^"''^>���������->���������! ". -   ,i-*\ \ ������������������"''���������' ^"ir^\7'^'7r^^^^r^^vj,^*j'i'rA/--\^,~^r-^ "��������� r^~''Tl^"FP'':rV-'*T?r;,5,1"-T'i'r"**������������������,;;���������*���������-'-'���������"Ttr������������������.t���������rB-n:*-^.-*--**������-*-"r*sf���������*���������*,*---***r*TTJ".-*-i------.--r-<���������^������������������-^^-._-^������������������^^^ ���������_ , ,  ,^^__���������  ' '   .'I   .    h.j       '���������!���������,',*���������       W'-������        "���������      S-     i, 1        rm-n   *-. 1    -li      m   'mb j  ,        |,        .'r .-.,,. J   r, i VI',->*-. v^ .-,���������- ,'..���������)-���������' -        ti -t    ������ i il -1 '    ���������    *   -.    V-    }    w   '       r - ." ������ %.    ������l.    ' . M .    ���������.-���������������-    n       ���������   |V> ������������������--!'   ,��������� ������. <���������   \ \l.   lh  il" , .   1.    ' .-...���������      -r < ,-.    .--������������������'?-,.��������� 'i*   ���������.,������ i-������   .'   ���������-       .,     !.���������' ��������� U  i    i���������;���������   t "i"-   ���������  r  *.    i>r^.  (���������*'- ���������"  ���������-������������������    ������"   w-"   t  \   *  ,.���������.* t.zi. >r'���������;rf"  ���������"'������������������ * ."r   'Av: THE MINING REVIEW  Saturday: march 5, 1898. .  Th3 snulter .it Trail ha.s been formally trunsferru > to the C. P. It.  If this weather continues, the hills  will soon again be ball-headed.  Between snowing, raining and th iw-  ing we are hiving, a long spell of  weather.  Mr. Harrington, of Slocan City, has  leased the Bartlctt hotel, and is now  fitting il \ip .'-jr'b.isino3s.  The K. & 8. announce that ttiey are  abreast of the times with a cut in rates  corresponding with that of the C.P.R.  J2. Ormeaby, of Rosebery, is like  Owen .Moure, "Owen Moore has run  away owi ig more than he could pay."  The bachelor members of the Club  are getting up a fashionable assembly  tor the evening of the 1] th, in Virginia  jail.  Mr. P. Burns has the contract for  supplying beef and railway ties to McKenzie and .Mann for the feslin Lake  railway.  The Reco people are busy m.uling  their elegant prospectus where it is  likely to be ot* substanti il service to  the Slocan.  Mr. P. Burns came to town Saturday  anil had to stay longer than he intended to on account of the irregularity in train service.  It is not unlikely that at their next  Monday's meeting the council will dc-  cide'to send a delegation to Victoria in  the interest 'nf'tbe city.  W. J. Lade, a promising young man  ot Silverton, was killed in a snow slide  near that place ou Sunday lust, and his  body wa', siiSsequcntly recovered.  Rosslnnd has, a sewer system, but  has no means of disposing of its sewage. Under those circumstances the  place is bound to be a very he-dtli one,  surely.  Three Winnipeg parties are returning from the Klondyke disgusted, and  on their w-y they found the bodies of  nino men who had been frozen to death  while tramping on the trail.  All reports to the contrary hotwith-  stand'ng, Mr. Eaton has not sold his  interest in the Whitewater mine.  Some English parties have an option  bn it, and that is all there is about it.  As the Teslin Lake Railway scheme  was much talked of in the late Ontario  ���������election campaign, and results have  shown it to be very nnpopular. it may  lead tu a change in the proposition at  Ottawa.  The Orangemen of Sandon are going  to have a social dance on the 15th. It  is likely the Catholics will have something on the 17th. Why not each go  lialf way and have a joint celebration  <8ii the 16th?  -"Parson" Brown is shortly to take a  position as store keeper on the Lake  Teslin Railway with McKenzie and  Mann. He is a good, reliable man,and  his many friends here will be pleased  to hear of his success.  It is difficilt to understand why  Kootenay newspayers should be getting up special Klondyke editions of  ���������their sheets to endeavor to induce local  miners, to leave tho country, and yet I  aotue of- thorn tiro dointr it.  ���������A small,blaze around the chimney  of the Denver hotel called out thefiro  .brigade, Tuesday morning; but their  services wore not required as the in-  aiates of the hotil had promptly done  -all the doctoring necessary.  On aecoant of there bping no m.il  on  the  C. P. R. Sunday and Monday,  -   and all our mail coining over that line  ��������� i- since; the ��������� K,��������� <jV S.   became  irregular  three 'weeks ago, 21 sac'-'s of matter  greeted the P. M. on Tuesday morning,  and kept the clerks busy for five hours.  Here is a hint for the  penny-a-liner  ��������� ��������� tap the gulch.   In speaking  of a   con  temporary the other day another said,  "Hisrbar is thcroar of a sucking dove."  To see, a dove '���������"sucking," and to hear  it "roar" the next moment,, would  certainly be amusement for the penny-  a-liner.  It was reported in town some days  4--*o that a fatal stabbing affray had-  taken place at Whitewater. The provincial police investigated "and found  that a ��������� rci ���������in' named Allan. had been  badly injured in a fight, but there were  mo 'knifeWounds of any consequence  ���������on his body, though there were some  knife scratche*.  A VILLAGE ROMANCE.  There could be no doubt about; it.  Molly had been a different girl since  she and John Lock had been "keeping  company." At least this was what the  village gossips declared, and surely ua  one would have, the temerity to contradict authorities so well informed. .And.,  the village gossips hnd spoken truth  this tiuie. Molly, the pride of all Lqng-  viile, the ;pretty country girl, whom nature hatl' endowed with a siiperabnn-  dsiuce of animal spirits,; Molly, the i'-iKT  ciii'-riu'g coquette, .had" been subdued,  ��������� andJohii Lock, the Tillage carp outer'9  'son, had conquered.. At least that waa  what all Longville thought.    ,  John in' iiiiuself,, although  boasting  no ancient lineage, was; as the. laborers  termed  him, "a out above tbci.ordinary  ,rnn.".   .Somehow   without" haying   had  any educational   advantages he had do-  .-.velo'ped  a  stroiig  love for   hooks, and  when, the  day's' work in the  little carpenter's shop was,done ho would go put  "into the soft summer;; eve, :iim!  a  brisk  walk over tho hills- would bv;.!;;,'"hinr to  ; tho rugged  cliffs   by the sea..''Here   he  ��������� would..'throw himself down.'and as long  ���������-.'t shoots of thhsettiiig i-'iin gave  .!��������� fihe hind ho would rvad with  '���������..-   intent, and  when   at   last it  .-.���������ji-eai'ed'.'iu a .blaze of color in  losceiit sea  ho would-watch".tho.  find   talk  lea-nadly of������������������ their dis-  recla'm her, John avoided liw."'-'.To have  ni(;it Jier would have !ur-veast;J tije in-  conv i-iiaice of bovli, anil iii his i:hs&  wr.-.i i iuiye opened afresh the wom-ijs  but.;.,::rdly healed. In;tlio month-" time  folic a-ed the whisuers took , an uglier  fori;-..-and Longvil".e delighted its soul  ���������at'li's ��������� iu a village scandal. .-.'���������/'  ���������'. i i..: so Molly went away unci left her.  pop./, i.Id.father sorrowing. '���������',-'  1/...re was only one who ever defended I!:. ���������. fair name.,of Molly when it \v ������������������!  maiif- a byword with the yonug roughs'  of ti, /place, Avho loafed outside the villa-.;.: ���������** *-��������� " *  iieyi;:  *s v  of t.  ina j.  plod  .thru:,  of hi  .   -Ai  A/very large, train loud of people  went out, Tuesday.morning. Some for  thc Klondyke, but many- on eastern  visits because of the' cheap railsvay  .fare. Of the number we noticed the  (following Sandonites : Ed. Montgomery  -.and Geo. Woods, barber, to Klondyke;  Mr. and Mrs..Raymond, to Rossland ;  .fenide Ross, Jessie and Maud Des-  paine, to Colyillc, Wash.  It is a difficult matter to see how the  proposed Franchise Act at Ottawa can  ibe made workable and equitable. It  ���������proposes to abolish the.present Act,  .-and .substitute the provincial qualifications., On the other hand as no two  provinces have preciselv the same  qualifications there will be the anomaly of a House made up of representatives elected on different conditions in  the dilferent provinces. The representatives of no two provinces wiil  ithen have the same status in the  jHouse.  as th.i-1  Hi-    ...  r:::;.:.  ���������lii.d, d-  ,au op;  stars, .        -_   .  taiices and of  what constellations thoy  ��������� formed part.' ������������������'��������� .   ; ���������   ���������'  The good people of Longville could:  never quite understand Jbhii.: Ho would':  astound them with .his enthusiiisciude- ,  seii-.tiniis.of fleeting clouds,' Avonld   bid  thtim hear a'poeiu in the constant roaring of  the sea aud  telithomlhattlie.ru  wove new worlds, of .which they.', Ichcav  uolhing,   in   pictures and   books.   ' But  JoLii was' genial and kind hearted; and  so, / althougli    his   .personality, eluded'  definite analysis by them,'theyyet roc:  ogni/.ul him as.the villago, favorite , for  the   hnnihler   and , maybe-inore   useful  qualities of  good felloAvshirj'aud unselfish.courago.  . .'.,:���������'  '',' It .wnslittle wonder that wheu Molly  find John comuieuced"keeping, company' ' itliut Longville. should talk. ��������� Never  two persons' had less, iu common;- so far'  ���������'as  temperament .and  tastes were  con-.  cerhec!, aiid' yet somehow, for-a" reason  which even  old Mrs. Ku'-^ht, who had  seen .two  generations of  ..''luge court-,  ships,..could not explain, the/" two people, of  opposite .dispositions  ���������-ore destined to share life's storni and ^������������������"ishiiie  together,: . ;������������������  .-        ���������;                  ��������� ,."  '  . How they cauio to be engaged  ._���������  -in-  'not'. say.   There was a : mat'ting of  -Jhe  two. .when . the "usual .cheery   "Good -  night, "John,1" and"Good .night, Molly, ".. ceased to have the old prosaic significance.    The untamed, restless   little  heart   of  Molly beat convulsively, and  tho roses; on her cheeks burned a deeper  hue when   ithait .evening  John stopped  lV-.;r* and' insisted   on her. talking with  him. -'I was not there, so tunc of what  was said Lain unaware...:     -.:'.>���������  This much, howevor, all Lougyillo  sotmknew-^-that John Lock and Molly.  .L'liue-.hiul become sweethearts. How tho-  good Avives.eu joyed standing nt the dour--  way "of, theiv cottages and ..-/iscnksii-g  the-prboiibilities of a village wedding  a:;d what it involved,! These good souls  ;y-oald have made the' devious, sinuous  track of these two lives much straigbter  aud moro direct, than it wus.fcitcd to be.  ' 'No event is too Avoudei-ful -to becoiiie  familiari-'ed with, and so it'was that  the wonder ceased.. niu"Timlly .ji:.i(l..John  Kri]!ont:iis pursued thiiir pleasant, way,  dreunnii-" iti-,e old lovo dreams cummuu  ty ..vti,ufcii:(~j;ico th.ewoi'ld began.- It wns  true that" .-jOnieJtiiii.es John iuiugint.d  "his .Molly".'-was restless and scavoe'.y  cnutcuted. ,She seemed to si-ih fur no.v:  . opportunities of conquest. The old spir  it, which he thought dead, reared ita  head again.,and gave Avaruiiig of, although it never actually,-bruke o-it ia,  open[rebellion. Then John v. o  troubled and would search his  simple heart in'the'hope of" diseoveviug  some excuse for the discontent \yjm:b'  'only too obviously was' smbldoring in  his sweetheart's'mind.  One week in the midsummer of t!ie  following year Squire Hurst's only sun  came of age, and the event was celebrated with great eclut by the'\vholu of  the inhabitants of the villago. The lo've-  ly old nark,.surrounding the hall was  thrown,open,"apd numerous wire' the  al fresco attractions provided to aisiuso  the assembled guests. The' sports of '-.ho  .day terminated with a grand villagers'  ball, at which the heir to Lougyjijo,  Hall hiniseli 'was present. There 'had  been maiiy 'arunior that Harry Hurst  bad beBn "a gay -young spark" in his  time, but tonight' all ugly niemorios  were f.o.st in the- pieasure mid excitement of ���������- hj.s presence among the common folk at the Jiall.  All si aiii'ed.-happy gjiVQ pup, and that  was John.' T������ spite of hits.best,attempts  ,fco suppress it a great pain was a.t his  heart���������almost; as severe as a physic::  .-.me^riis Ji.e sa\y his Molly being chiimerl  for daiu-j .after d-".ncf') by tlio 's-quire's  lion. How sho seemed to enjoy the distinction,  too,   as-with iSt-shud  che������l*b  ���������������������������tild   lie  !-.:l'0\l.,-.  mi or at the roadsides. John win  ,-iioy"i to have' become so. iucensiil  ���������.iii one evening iu his hearing one  '; se'thonghtless .youtiis.mentioned  .opi-iately Molly's name aud cou-  it with ������ 'foul epithet. Then ho  jed'.'tbe young lout witliin an incii  ; life. ,������������������"���������. -'.. '���������������������������'..������������������, : ��������� '.���������   . V  er /awhile the 'Bad incident was  forgv hen���������at least until Molly's return  to her homo again. Then trouble began,  anew, bhe was very much altered,- and  the roses had faded from her cheeks." In  tearful sorrow she would sit and nufso  her baby all day long. "���������  Tho last act in tho tragedy'canie when  one day'Molly's lather'.received*' a,' note .  from the hall.   'The steward brought it  round, i'md as Molly's.father was grow-.  ing old and feeble and his sight waning"  the ste\vard.readthe;;6to aloud.  It ,was  ,a funually, Avorded' epistle  giving  the  poor,   old,-  sorrow   stricken   parent..'������  month's notice   because  the squire felt  that it was "not conducive to the niornl.s,.  of the villago  that. people  of .Molly's"  stamp should be harbored" in the midst  of his cottagers.  Needless to say Mullv's  father   Avas  almost: broken <��������� hwirted   at;  .the thouj-htof leaving tho Iiouko be hiii'i  occupied for so .oug, Avhile.as for'lViolly  herself   her distress was too piteous ior  Avords; '.''���������,������������������ ������������������-.,.,    ,'"''.'  One morning not long after; Jo.iiii  stepped down, tho old roadway, his t'aco  haggard, but the expression lirm, rose- '  lutonud determined. Ho iiro.souti.fl him-  .self at the door, of-. Molly's cotiageand  Avas. admitted. It was only a look ,thcy  Rxchaiigod,; aud the floodj-atus, wero  opened again, and, having .sobbed, i>u  his shoulder aAvhile, Molly gradually  recovered, herself, .while John, with a  choking sensation in the. throat wliiuh  ho tried in vain to kpep dov.'h, avoworl:  "I have iilways Avaited for. you, Molly.  I know you Avould come hivik' to mo." '  .,-. "But I can't.;. You forget "that'.' ia  his, "and she ..pointed iu lier aiiguish  to .the.cot; wherein the babe Avas slum-,  buring peacefully.. c  ''.ioi'iii'.didu.'t'. turn  his ;head,to'-. look,  but ha took Molly inhia arias agaili...  '..; And lovo  was'cousiiiimiuted in serv-  ioe.���������Loudon Sun.. ���������-'': !������������������'.'  Clever Suicl.e licvice.  The  .Tai-sncso l:avt>  a .purinus . way,. Of'  elrrving l'iiilroiKl luumGis' ol" siiiok--  unci,  |���������.hus-.   Kach pnil of the tunnel is pioviiUid  viilli a canvas.curtain, bufi/j  nt tlio to;������ so  tiiiii; whuii -it ts.dt'oji'-tid  If covers  tlio on-  Liro iuoiitl- of  tlio.tuiinol.    A\hen   a. train'.  : rulers tho ..tunnel, tho curtain at  thjit, uhd  jii ���������ji'opijotl," and; it is.kept down'r;uni.iri,lni  ti-ii 11  leaves  the nuuir oiid of  llio tunnel.  , Tlie result is that all the smoke and .gases  .11 -.j carried ailing with the train and forced  iiitu-.lliopjSin-'ulr- at tho .further olid of  tlai"  uinno.l.    It is asserted that l.his plim-ror.ac-  iiiuii is so  perl'oetthnt smoke  from,an en-  Lrilie  seldom   veaehos  as far  back as  tlio  niiddlo of  tho ti'a'.n.    Seietii.ilio  ineu   are  . puz/lod -to licuu'unb for  the sucobks of  the  *ys*(mi,���������:Bbscou Burtaet.  ."���������', "���������'��������� toi!:oa*ki(fjm'v-:yi-ak.-5.- r-���������-.--.���������������������������  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by iiiillions of mothers for their children  while teething. Tf. disturbed iit, ni'trht and  broken of your rest by a sick'child, siiflerin--  iind oryln-j with pain of uiil,|.in<*.' teeth. Send  at once and get.it. bottlo i.lVMrs. WI-"'-low'.s  foothills .Syrup" for, clilldron teeth" r. It  iyill relieve the poor little sullerer lmmc-"' defy. . Dejiond upon It, ��������� mothers, there ��������� U������- :so  n;i stake about l't. Ttciiic-sdiaiTlioea, reguU-i-ss  (l-esioinncli and ,bowels', cutes Wind Col.?,  softens tl-e-rurns nnd'reduces Inflaminatior,,  and gives lone and; energy to tho. system,,  "il rs;\\riinslow'sJ3i"ot!ungSyrup" for children  teething is,pleasant lo the taste und is the  prescription : ol one. of tlie oldest imd best  feniale pliysinians and nurses in the United  Slates. Price twenty-five-cents a bottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the world,  lie sure and ask lor "Jlrs. Winslow's Soothing  j.Syrup." ���������     ' ,  ���������'���������-'DR.    ���������"������������������&������&'���������  ���������^���������WOOD'S-   ^^  NORWAY PINE  'I'llere are a happy .lot of people in  Ontario since Tuesday last, where, the! ereiiip  political,   pot    al.vays   boils .fiercely, j tlr/.-ij  The   provincial   elections   were   hold!  .that day,   and  thc   Mail and  Empire  'teclares that the result gives a rnajor-  iity of two to the Conservatives, while  ithe <Grlobe   claims a majority of two  [for tike Liberals.   With  both parties  a'h'-ad 'Uh������ country ought to feel Jj^PPy.  However,  -the   purchasing   power   of  each oarty   ,will now  be  called   into  requisition, ���������itnd;':'</ash" will doubtless  .be king.  ���������The Knights of Pythiiw to the nuni-  'bwrof 30 celebrated their anni.versary  ��������� on Sunday evening last, by attending  service in the Methodist church. Th*-  Rev: A. M. Sanford gave a most inter-  ������sting discourse on the utility ot secret  societies, while Mr. Fallows read a  sketeh'of the aims and objects of the  order, and Mr. G. W. Grimmett gave n  full,outline of its origin, groAvt-v and  ���������services. ..Special musie *vas furnishetl.  by the Choir with reinforcements from  (the other choirs of, the city, making n  -shorns twelve strong.  ihe ������������������������������������,i-i waltzed   around   in a wai .-J  isc'iti.'iiiont.1'     ���������     '"���������;  And when' the 'eveulug,B-iiiiiu--.:i:n,.ints -  bad  eudod   Molly   seemed  cross; \wh>.n  John, pushed his. way. to the fri.<ut and  elaimoci hisright of seo.iug hor from tl.o  park to her fuj'hov.'s col luge  gate.   -She ���������  was   irritable  and   iimn iy.    .John   had  aevor known   her ���������/> before, and   il, waa  with   *>.   heavy,   ui'hicg   heart   lhat   he  kissed ber good nigl;!:.   ."-.':ii- was tbo'uii-  happin...������ of iiiit -uitid diiiiiiii.-hed wh.n  for scvaral   nights u*-or���������-shi-   ii-1'...-od  take her customary w;.lk wi.ih him;  ���������At lc!iii:th the 'clii-iax canio. and. ���������.  Heals and Soothes  the delicate tissues of the"  Throat and Lungs,..  ...CURING,..  , CQJJGHS,   COLDS,   BRONCHITIS,  .ASTHMA, HOARSENESS, SORE  THROAT," INFLUENZA, and  PAIN IN THE.CHEST.  A-       EASY TO TAKE.   . Jfe  - -������*- .*. -ir "it.  l%2  CHURCH    NOTES.  Methodist, Kev. A. M. Sanford, pastor.���������Regular services will be held tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7.15 p.m. The  subject for morning sermon "Miracles." In the evening a second of the  series on the ''Historical Characters of  Scripture" Avill be given. A choir of  twelve wiilas'ist in the evening ser  vice.  PiiE-ysYTEiiiAX.���������Rev. J. Clelland will  preach as usual in the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Union Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m. in  the Methodist church.  MINING RECORDS.  Recorded  at  New Denver  ASSI.*SS-\IJ<"NrrS.  Feb 21���������I"rescou, 1'rescott Fraction, 1'reacott  l<"raction "\To.2, Four Mile Junction.  l"eli 2D���������Croj'don Fraction.  Feb 2S���������Superior.  CFUTIFICWTE OF.J.AI I������R0\*K.A1105"TS.  Feh2-I���������First Fxtension, American Girl,  Coneoril, Saphire, Gom.  Feb2S���������Keeinroeity. Lillian No 1.  ' TKAXSKKKS.  Feb21���������London Fraction]. A \V -AleMillai-  to PA McDou-rall, .Ian 3.  Handy J, C H Towns lo Geo Mn.tr, .Ian 23.  Feb 25���������Okiinn-rnn Chief.', Frank .Taeobson  > 'I<*rncbt Ilarrop, Feb 3.  Groyilon Fni".tlon, Jus L Forrester to Alex-  amler A Itedues. Fob  21.  A*all-yrie all, Galtl. SllverCord 1. Bryan's1  B XI Win ton to I) D'olg, Feb 1������.  Feb 2(1���������JJolllo JfiiKlii-s, Kinkoni, Idea, Ileal  ldenNo2,1'inlo No 2, Tyron, F.liiulliati, Alary  1"! llragilon. Tlios Avlson, Hurry Slioiran and  llerinini Glover to'AVm II Suiidiford, ,30-dn.v  npllon to purcJiu-u at $.50,(100, Fob 211.  WellliiRlon, t'liaiiiber'i, reurpkn, .lay Gould  -li. lo each, J JI Otiiiy to  FAllevereox. .Sept  I . S277.:HI.  II Kniiliile.   Flower, .May, Truly, A'lolel, ! in  each, .1 11 (Iniij* to F A I levor-'iix, Sopt fi. $2.A0.  Feb 25���������Gharribcr������, Kiirelca,,lay Gould, Well-  liiKton, { In oiibIi. Vhn* Gliambors to JjOulso  WUoreno, Feb 2(1, So.  Texas Hoy ICrnctlon J, J N Nunri to XV S  Cli-ik.Jnn'jn, SoBO.  Loiitilier, .latnes T lirobknian to A\rm  Hunter, Feb2"i.  TAILORING, GLEANING, REPAIRING AND DYEING.  Bidlingmeyer's Old Stand.  Pricps Reasonable,  , STEVE EXOX, Pkopjhetok.  To Wfiom It May Concern,  W. FU11N1VAL  "Thk" Merc'intile Auctioneer, is now  prepared to handle all kinds of merchandise, mining stocks, &c.  Parties wishing ro consult him,please  address W. FURNIVAL, P. O. Box 117,  Sandon, B. C.  Licensed Auctioneer for thc province.  TO THE  PUBLIC.  We have this clay leased thc dining-  room of our house, the Victoria Hotel,  to Mrs. May Bertram, who is an experienced, pleasing and entertaining  hostess. She lias every facility for  accommodating a, large number of  boarders, by the day or meal; and will  spare no pains in making her guests  comfortable and pleased with her  attractive tables.  , BORENE & McLELLAN.  Whitewater, .Jan. 1st, 1808.  ���������k^i.rviM.rt-.M.r  i*\.t*).i'\.t*H'\,t*\4>\.t*\i*\.f'i**\.l'\t'\.$t\4*'*f-  THE....  SANDON, B. C.  T,  Recorded at Slocan City.  'IRAN'S FKUS.  Feb 21���������Jlulko '.'Fletcher S Andrews to I lob  A. Hi'iidsliaw.  Two 'FrlemlH K'llichard "Vlarnole to Two  Friends Mines Ltd Lin.  Feb 21���������Two Friond-! J, Geo Kyild to Archibald York,and.J AV Clark.  Fob 21���������Johannali ', Sn-saii S Gibson to Edward Quillan.  Same, Kdward Quillan to Mrs. O AYcrelj'.  :    American  Plan,  <   Eurojioaii   Plan,  $3.50 per dny.   ?  S2.00 per  day.   ?  i StUICTLY FfRST-CLASS. %  \    MRS. M. A. SMITH, Prop.     \  HOW TO KEFP WELL.  Without regular action <of the bowels  good health is impossible. Laxa-  Liver Pills regulate thc bowels, cure  constipation, dyspepsia, billiousness,  sick headache and all affections of the  organs of digestion. Price 25c. All  druggists.  Can't-help but come to the surface  in the form of Ulcers, Sores, Boils,  Pimple-- and Rashes of one kind and  another. Especially is this so in the  SPRING. At this time of the year  the Blood needs purifying, the System needs cleansing. Nothing will  do it Avith such perfect success  as  Jessie Johnston Rockwood, Ont,  writes:  "1 had boils very bad and a. friend ad-  iscd me to try ISnrdock Blood Bitters,  so I got a bottje, The effect was wonderful���������the boils began to'disappoar, and  before the bottle was done I 'was'iot'aily.  cured. As an effectual and rapid cure  for Impure Blood B. B. B. cannot be  eaualled."  AG l!NTS5.���������"The best Life of J ler Majesty I  have seen." writes Lord l.o.rne abont '"Queen  Victoria." Aftents miike five dollars daily.  Ouillt tree. HBAJlJjKY-GAl'tH.ETSON' CO.,  Limited, Toronto.  M. L. Grrimm.ett, l.l.b.  B,ARRisTE!:  >TOTARAT  Pupi.ic, Etc.  Sandon,     B,C  AGENTS.���������Hook btisiness'is ")eiter t.'ian for  years past; also havo better mid fdstbr selU-  liiB books. Agents cleartnt* from $10,000 to  Slll.OflO weekly. A few leaden: are: "Queen  Victoria," "Lll*e..-of Mr. Gladstone," "My  IMother's Bible Stories." 'Fio-rressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Glimpses of the Unseen," Jlreaklast, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an Encyclopedia."  Hooks on tinio. Outfits free to canvassers.  THE BHA.DLKY-I3AUIIKTS0N' CO., Limited,  Toronto.  THE BEER THAT MADE  MILWAUKEE FAMOUS.  UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USE.  FOR SALE BY  Hotel Sandon,  Sandon,, B. C.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF KOOTENAY.  HOr.DEN AT NELSON.  In the goods of Florence ,T. Hand, late ot the  C.lty of Sandon, British Columbia, deceased.  NOTICE is.hereby iriven that all persons  bavins claims a<rainst the estate of the said  Florence X Hand, who died on or about tho  Twenty-ninth day of January, 189S, are required to sendby post prepaid or to deliver to  Martin L. Grimmett, of the said City of Sandon, solicitor lor the administrator on or  before the the Twelfth day of March, lSDS.thelr  names, addresses, and descriptions and a full  statement of particular-: of their claims and  llio nature ol the security(if any) held by them  duly ycrilied, and that alter the said day tho  aUmiiiistratArAvltl proceed to distribute the  assetsof tho docoascd among tiie'parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the  claims ol which he shall then have notice.  Dated thlslllh day ol February, 1808.  Is What Yon Want.  Now the sun is getting strong. Be wise  and avoid snow-blindness.  We can fit you with any kind of Glasses  you may require for Astigmatism, Myopia,  TIypermetropia, Presbyopia.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  mty* JJV *?JV yj> J������*     *}q  t McCallum &  WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL BUTCHERS  Golden Bros. Old Stand,  Sandon, B. C.  jirei- lie-   li;'  '...or to.uor.io :  1   .SUUL'.l'  Villi    I.  ,-.������������������<: tlroiiil   ultinii  :;iost   .e-cpf-i.-'i-'l    ���������'.  1.1',.'.  \t\Ui-. hu i-oc-.-i'S't'd  '.vl.ich lij; Juttl   aj  f.ill.    iMoiij* W3S  Oy\y Unit  slir-   d-d   :tut jiu  !ovc I-.:;:: und   tLuii', wi't.!i'.,-i  Ir.i-il'ul ti.s.s of    llu: liuurl,  iii.,  iho vvuaid be   js'Im\ if , lit: <\ul  hL'r'iiuy   inr.ci:.    Ji;!iu . look  j'jjnfly. ��������� biit lUo ajrony ol' v..;.iiiJi; z:;  ud.uo .:.N|i; J-in hiin.siilf ���������)��������� :aw.  TLuu   ^v;:ya   whiiiin-rs. iiud  ntnL-  ,viuk.������. p-iKuiitl: ,'.jf(^>c'i -, Mir 'bouse  bourio in tlie vilhigi).   ���������������'ii'������^.   wc'ri.- tu  in   buted   breath   ol  aeuret j<i?t!fi*W--' at  ujght,   and   of   ilully   and   the   ygi;::?  sciuiro beiug  .seen together.    And Jo^tt  .���������.yould' ,be qjio.-'tioueil, but ho uovor uu-  SWered   . Ii.is sorrow  wns   for   bimsulf  aiouo-r-so lief ,wo������I,d -'t**H ' himself ��������� it  could uot bo 'shiired ,by ^he curious.    It  was bis wout  to go L-iiid   -a.t by. tbo sea,  and there find a sort of inelanc-b.c-.Ly satisfaction in the low wail of tbo billow*  as they broke in st the foot of tha cliff-*.  49 iss Moliyt vim mo final attemai to  *  *  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  Liberal dealings and Trade solicited.  <j?!  ������&���������    Kfe������    <J>>    ^J>-    K&>  SLOCAN STAR STREET.  We do every kind of work done in the best steam laundries, by the best  and most experienced workmen. Everything from the most delicate fabric to  the heaviest garment. All work done expeditiously. We call for goods, and  deliver in any part of the town.  UP-TOWN OFFICE, C. GALES' BARBER SHOP,  Next Slocan News Co.  & McKenzie,  t - -/-.���������/  LUII  in our line.   A fine selection of Worst-  P-v7 0v\H-l"n'rio" TTr"-  ir\  d^ic*  in our line.   A tine selection oi v  rweiyimng u p-co-uai-e cd8) -r?ceds ard Fancv veatingg.  Agents for the Dominion  Piano and Organ  Co.  FIRST-CLflSS HOTEL.  BATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  H. L McDonald, Proprietor.  Po^'W--*W!****  ?5^  ���������T-KV T-.V- '��������������������������� frr"-���������rp-jvnr��������� v-7^T*"p,*7---J*--^-ra-r. -T.-TTT7":' r-rr"^:*r -���������Tr-^*7^w'~"*^r",".TTT'  WW  S!S^?F5  ���������SB-Ja*  ���������V  -M*-"*!*  S^**hJf^  rrp-.,-r rp~ ,.-1��������� - ������������������������ . -^-I"    ��������� ��������� W   l"V ���������! ��������� ��������� ���������,'������������������    -"I---"--**-. ���������~~rT "***T"T ���������������������������*C**f.*T|  U      ���������     ��������� .  ������'      ,   ^       .     ���������- *���������        ^- I -  I  1    ��������� ������ ���������   i    ^   ���������     ���������    L    ������.-,    .���������,.������������������-     '-i  '.   ���������

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