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 1.    T\T0.  p.  ,SASDON,'B.;C.p&ATIJRDAY, .MA;Y:21, 189S  'PRIGE;;FI^E-;:���������ENTS:  IS! Ill  A  Visitor's  Impressions  Kootenay.  of West  (By W. M. Brewer, M. E., late of thc  Alabama State Geological Survey.)  (Continued from last week.)  Mr. Rathborne accepted   thc   super-  infcndency of this mine  after   it   had  been very much  "butchered"   by   his  predecessor, and Lam   satisfied   that  with the former's intimate  knowledge  of the district, il he had hud the man-  ngement'from tho first ( pening, agre.it  deal of money would have been   saved  which has already been spent in   per  forming unnecessary work. The Queen  Bess is a property which, to ho snecos-  fullv opened up, requires to   be   managed by an engineer  skilled   and   experienced in the  complicated   i'orma-'  ,tions of the district, and it is manifestly foolish for a company  owning  Sln-  , can claims to'engagemen unacquainted  with the locality to direct   operations.  The Queen Bess ore   is   of  such   a  ~'\     grade that when the mine is   properly  exploited,   unless   some    unexpected  contingency arises,this property should  rank   among   the   profitobly   worked  "��������� '"mines of the district.  Because of the complications in  the  formation it is impossible to  measure  up the ore' in   sight,   even   with   the  levels opened by thc usual mrtho'd, because development has shown thnj, the  '.squeezes and pockets occur so regularly.    About the only method by  which  a reliable estimate eon be reached   is  by checking the quantity of ore taken  from the drifts and figuring the quantities between the 1 vols on  thc   basis  of that, taken from the drift.    Even by  this method, the re3iilt,after the slopes  are worked out, may be found  not   to  agree with the figures, because it   has  been   already   ascertained   that    the  pinches and pockets in the   stopes   do  not agree wi.h those, oecuring in   the  horizontal drift.    At th'e time   of my  visit about 40 men were employed   on  the property.  I unfortunately did not have an op  portunity, owing to the impassable  state of the the trails, to visit the underground workings in any other mine  in this vicinty, but when due consideration is uiven to what has been done  in the disf.tiut, tho large sum paid in  dividends���������taking into account the  difficulties under which the miners  have ha.' to work, because of thc lack  of good trails and roads���������the fact that  there arc now no less than thirty-two  shipping mines within this limited  area, one cannot help but- be favorably  impressed, and conclude that this portion of thc Slocan has a brilliant future  before it.  The different systems of  transpoita-  tion employed  for   bringing   the   ore  from the mine to  the  point   of shipment make an interesting   study,  and  demonstrate the reason why the mines  ���������of British Columbia can be worked   to  better advantage   during   thc   winter  than   during   the   summer,   notwithstanding the deep snow.   The practice  of r.-iwhiding ore. down a narrow switchback trail has been the almost universal method adopted, but from  now on  aerial tramways will certainly become  very popular.     One of these   of  thc  Bleichart pattern, has  recently   been  erected between the Payne mine   and  >  the switch alongside the C.P.E. track.  -   The length of this is about .1,5*00 feet.  There are three spans, the longest   being about 800   feet,   and   the   ore   is  dumped automatically from the buckets into the biu,frori* which'it is loaded  into the cars;   The lleco   company,  I  understand,.'propose   to   construct  a  I ram way 9,993 feet in   length,   which  will ascend the  mountain   2.600   feet,  iand cross the Noble   Five   slide   at  a  height of 560 feet, with a span of 2;700  fret long.   The'method "of  transportation employed at the/Idaho mine is   a'  gravity tramway built   up   the   gulch  connecting the mine 'with thc concentrator, the latter being   located   on   a  siding of the C.P.R.     When this tram-  road was built sheds were consttucted  in order to keep the track clear of snow  during the winter.     These were  supposed to be substantial   to   withstand  the weight of a snow slide, but during  the"winter of 1896 and   1897,   when   a  , slide, occured, it was   found   that   the  strength of  the   timbers   was   inadequate. .  When it is, considered that one horse  ' can easily pull from one to one an:l a  half tons or ore proparly loaded in a  rawhide, and that the same animal can  duly pack about 300 pounds down the  trail during the summer,'it may be  readily understood why the mines, up  to the present time, have proved more  profitable to work during the""winter  seasons than at any other time.  I understand that a sufficient sum of  money has been set aside by the Provincial Government for the construction  of waggon7 roads between the principal  mines and Sandon.   This will of course  aid very inatciially in further developing the camp, but T am of the opinion  that the aerial tramways will prove the  most economical method for transporting ore from the min^s, as the workings aro all located at :t much higher  altitude than the towns  This, of course, makes it easy to construct these tramways in a straight  line, and the distance is therefore, very  much Ies3 than in the case of the waggon road.  !i dUlbllft.  Benjamin C. Rankin Takes His Own  .Life .by Snooting.  Travelling Libraries.  for,.  . The,foll6wing has; been sent   iis  publication.  ,.It explains itself:      ��������� ...  ��������� ,;>:   :'-'.''-��������� ���������'     ���������/"Victoria, May 2, 1898:  .Dear Sir;. ������������������'.������������������<>)!)-,-''���������������������������".-   ���������'���������'- "'-). .,���������������������������'.-'  You are doubtless   aware   that   the  Government, of British   Columbia Tins';  placed a sum 0(-'������1,000 in   the ..current,  estimates Tor the  establishment; 6! ���������a  system of travelling'-.libraries, similar  to  what   has.  been .successful]y ..and.:  beneficially-'worked diit; in ,. a.   number  ofthe larger states of .the   Union, ' in  ���������which library work has.reacbed a high  state ;of development.; ���������    :.',)���������';-. ; <������������������'":.���������  '.'.'. )The system appears especially adapted to the needs of this province,where  so iiiiiny communities arc.more or less  isolated and where  the,oi>portunities  for obtaining access to interesting and  useful literature is limited and. "would  I believe be .greatly."'.'.appreciated..    It  may.bo briefly described as follows :'..'���������,  ���������������������������'.- A .number: iu )a���������-; comni unity,".25;  tido I ts,'f;ign a petition (a copy or which  ���������is'enclosed) asking for. a.library'to", be:  sent, to a designated:' address...' .They  agree to pay the.������������������'���������..transportation ���������:;ch''nr-  :gos-, if any, to provide a suitable place  ���������fur its reception, to select, a, librarian :  'to-take charge of the books and act as.  librarian, (free of charge:to; the government),to.beceme respphsibl-j ������������������for'.the,  due care of the 'bookstand, to !��������� forward,  the. library to a designated .address,  at  the. end pi' thre'o. in on tlis at. which. time  the library .will 'be replaced by another'  lot of books, )and.so)on. :     ,���������:'',.;.  ���������."- The.riookswi.Iibesent, in   a . locked,,  case.in. which they arc .to remain,  and;  will,be,accompanied by a hoy;a;.set. o.f)  rules, and a. catalogue furTeiKling  purposes. .,))They: -will: include-- "works of  special inter est; and instruction to  far-  mors and hiinersjtogetli'er-" with;. wTell  s^se^eoledMolumes^ofa^^  ^some.oPtbem) for bpys'j.'iud girls::,  .';... As anumbcr of cased are7; required;;  ;ind,the. approp'riatioti islimitt d, every,  petition' nnist be accompanied by the  cn'st-of the ease, $6.00, but no community will, oyer: be require!'to pay for  more than one. In case a ���������library, for  any.reason.cannot  be   forwarded   the  ��������� The comparative quiet.of bur city was  disturbed,ori Wednesdaymorning when  it was learned a.man had shot .himself  during the night. at the Bartlett House.  The victim of 'the; sad ���������afla,ir!ig.:.7a nanof  j about 35 years of age, .married, though.  lie had not been with his wife for 'some  time.    ITe'came herefrom.. Slocan City  arid has been in- thccbunti'v for nearly  ������������������       ������������������ vj>.       <������������������ - ���������. .  --  two years.   He formerly)lived at.palmary  engaged as a cowboy, on therai]ches,and  ' where liis wife is now living on. a raiich.  There does not appear' to-be' any ���������particular, reason for the rash deed, other than  domestic trouble  of ������������������ long .standing-'. '.No  doubt this   with,his  unsettled mode"' of  living gave to/life no' bright future  and  a desire' to end his  troubles here...We  said in  the'start   that, the' comparative  quiet of the place , was dis'tured, 'which,  notwithstanding the fact'that it is-.essen-'  ���������'tially a western! mining camp,   is  quite  .ti'ue.^:: During��������� our residence ; of a, year'  we) have seen nothing of the desperado  pharacteiy.'-and'-.'excdptiiig -the. 'shooting  accident'  of' a  few "weeks! ago,    this  is. the ) only event of a'���������;'.��������� startling nature.  Although our city has in7 tlie. past;. harbored much Of the; roii^h element .-of  humanity, which give- to mining.'cam'ps  the ill-repute: they bear, it is��������� foi-t'ttna tely  ���������rapidly'''.disappearing/:'"' and the".-.���������citizens'  will more thaii; ever.! feel': the/ enjoy the  .benefit of well-enforced law's.    .;.  The coroner, Dr. Browse .of! the hospital,' !New Denver, .;was notified of the.  shooting, and icaiiie'up oil the, evening  train., ) ���������A jury was .summoned; :foi-.an: iu.  quest to-be held;at 7.3,0 ������n the-parlor of  the Bartlett House..' ���������.-"-.".'���������' )���������;,'-'' :, 7'��������� '������������������-'.' ":" ���������  'lung)' jjassiiig out below the shoulder'and  supposed . it was/still . in) the >mattress!,  (Further search being then made it)was  found bullet hadgoraethrougb. the. floor.)  ;;,.The .'revolver,'.) a. 41 ..caliber, was found,  lying-in open satchel beside- the wall 3  or 4 feet-from thebed,"where it dropped  after being1 hurled from the victim's  hand against the wall. ;������������������ ' -', ������������������  The corbner on; exainining.effect.s   of  deceased found in  the room, pi'oduced;  from a' sealed .envelope a wa.tch and from)  ���������another'a ring and lady's pin,   both   addressed'with lead pencil to J. K. Cai'son,  Slocan pity.   In  his pocket book were,  some receipts'of registered   letters 'sent  to   Mrs. Rankin ������������������', at Calgary,, Avifobf cle-'  ceased.    The:receipts and;a letter.-, from  the same person bore dates previous  to  Sept. '97; 'showing'1 that' communication  between the trt'b had ceased .'since-, that  time. . .Mi\ Lowes had heard- deceased  say he. did. hot expect to live  with his  wife again', and knew' him to be expecting a letter., As thejuiy were  satisfied  wit h'the evidence given  they were,, al-'  lowed to 'retire, and after a: few li^inutes  cleliberation ������������������ brought   in  the  following  vei-dict: . "We the juiy find that.the deceased, 'Benjamin G. Rankin, cauie to his  death; by, liis owri'-hand : by shooting .in  the loft .breast", dtu'ing'a ..temporary fit .of),  insanity.".' "',,".���������. .���������  ,  ) .'���������'",'.  ,   -,. -;:j"-" -< ���������,.��������� "i,  .'������������������.,Deceased was a member of: theit.O.F:,  who took charge'of the remains,1 sending  the.body to Slocan City for  intemieht.  ���������It is thought his mother and brother live  in Chicago,- anclsteps.i, will-b'e'-;taken  to  notify th'eiii' of th'e'-)tragedy.':      \'f-:':.;    -.. ,  ui ulll.  ,    ���������    ).dr'.iwing;ofi water, as he caiitehfiod for j  cleaning up)-premises left')'iu).'an-' uri-  -,. .'h.'aithy . coiidition   by   the ';'Orandall'  '...'._���������-������������������.) '',l)/a,"ily-   The Judge, howeyer.'imposed  ���������-' ',���������> ���������������������������'. ������������������,-' ��������� ./ ',���������    v     ���������:"';'.'/ ���������'t (5lib'of ^10,mocli.iying tlieiimitof'������25  x.lie city council met Monday  even-  onarmmtnf'iw ���������.,!,;���������   -,r������ , ��������� ...  -  i���������,l. t        <ii    ir i,      '-r.   -*,''    -:--v.   ?������������������?"��������� tnc-^pfea''ci ������������������'���������'sanitary  mglast.    -Aids. Mightoii, Broddy  and  IE  Gunning.were absent,,  ') A.commiinicatiori from O.G. Dennis  stating that the government: would  have no money available for,: public  works until! after the 1st ."liily.���������Filed.  ���������.The. council decided "to purchase, two  I flags afo'SiOam] ������5 from. \V"; Ifdrnivai  .-,' Oh motion of Aids Switzer and Craw-  | ford the 'services of, Oonstable Waito,  are to be dispensed Wit li at the end of  the current mo.ntii.,.', Iletrenchri'ient in  the   only cause. . ''���������  '���������;���������        .'.;''  POSiTIOli OF FRANCE.  Des Debats Declares   That  Is Friendly With the U  the   Ni  .lion  SHIPPING PROPERTIES.'-,  ;money, will lie refuiuled,, and   iii. the  event of'there'being a'greate'r niimber.  of applications thnh.can ;;bo   fuliilled,  thelocality. which is the mostsiiitable  will be selected.   It is anticipated that  all requests Cannot be   acceded   to .:;t  first, bat tlii: best iirraijgements   poo������i-  ble will be made.. It is suggested that)  inplaces where farmers' institutes are  established the Secretary of the.; Institute should be selectecLii'us4-.Librariiin1  and in mining the Mining Ke.eorder.  ���������'��������� ���������',As),the Province is larse   aud' there,  are a number of   communities   to   be  served it is proposed, as is the  custom  where travelling libraries).have   been  established, to. accept contributions to  supplement the appropriation for that  purpose in the, way   of)   books,   magazine's &c.    In   all   etises .acknowledgements !will be   made   and   dub   credit  given. .���������.' .:.'���������.-.:������������������[-.:'-...���������  In order to encourage others'in this  work, whicli is intended for the general  benefit, I have decided to donate to the  I'nrid 100 copies of the Year; Book of  British Columbia, published by myself sending one cr more 'copies with  each library as a book of reference on  Provincial -matters; ������������������'  The commissioners of 'the-: library  anticipate that, as several have already  .volunteered to assist m the way imii-'  enied,- there will lie a goiu-r.-ii r<.������';.'on-se,  and that the efforts now being put  forth may.meet.with success.. It is a  movement, in which till can help;  Yours faithfully. ���������  II. E. GOSNKI.L,  Librarian.  a. ni.  .i.  supper  Sandon Ore Shipments  :���������'���������'..'   ..���������������������������������������������.���������.  ���������"���������'.'������������������.���������'.������������������ .THE, lNTiUKST.": ��������� !' ',"';':,'-;',  ; .) Attlieappointed time .'CorbnerBrowse  ..opened the incpiestarid eni'pan'olled.)tlie  following jurors,', who were duly sworn):  G; W. Gi-iriimett, Wm.Sudrow, A,'.:David,,  H.TL'''Pitts- /Neil McDonald,   J. H. Mc-  Donagh. vMr. Qrinnheii, - was appointed;  foreman. '���������After viewing the body, which  was.lyin'g on1 the becl.Jn- position, when  seen   by witnesses directly   after   the  shot was heard,;) the jury .returned when-  the evidence of Messrs. Lowes and Ha,;  i'ingtoii;;;anir>Dr;.Powers- was given.���������"::���������'./$  there )was  nothing of   thh) inysterioii  nature'. ;as to-;nmiinei- of dbath���������suicidl  being   self-evident���������nor anything .stalling in the evidence,' a siunniary of th]  evidence,will be sufiicient.  Mr. John Lowes���������sworn : Have.known  'deceased since, April '97.  ���������Never, knew,  him to .drink, heavily,- had.only.seen hirh  take two glasses since  he came to  Saii-  don. ,. Did not think he had lost heavily'  in;1 gambling,"- hut  thought he was!not  flush in"pocket..   Had played Black-J'aok  . with deceased in. the  evening, for a fell ours, afterwards .met- him about  at the' Palace where   they 'had  together .-and������������������.���������loft-', him   there   playing  cards. .Was sitting tin room down stairs  when deceased  came in shortly lifter 2  o'clock, when he played cards again but  shortly rose and said,   ''.Jack, lend me a  lead pencil," .and then   retired, to his  room.!   In about a quarter of an  hour  heard a.noise.like  a gun" going off.   Different,  versions   were1 given ��������� by   those  around.    Soon a groan was heard quickly followed .by another.    I  then   i-ushe|l  up   to    Rankin's   room,". whence   the  sound seemed   to   come.     Found hiii  lyiug  on his hack on   the   bed with  hip  hat, coat and boots oil',   and' saw blooii  ��������� ��������� ,       ���������    ��������� . .,' ���������  ��������� ��������� L     ]  on shirt front.; Deceased looked at htiift  but did not speak. Ran down told Harrington that Rankin had) shot 'himself  and then went,for Dr. Powers, who camfe  over in a few minutes! ' I  Coroner���������What made you think it  was Rankin's roam the noise, came' from?  Had you any suspicions ?  ! '���������  Witness���������No; but the first groan directed, my attention, was previously, reclining with head resting oh my arms,  when I easily located tlie second groan1,  which was nearly overhead.   A conver-  Hanis, Kennedy & Co.,   Puichase   Two  Claims  for  $25,000,  John Harris, of the, firm of Harris,-  Kennedy & Co., Jias returned'Trbin "a  visit to Slocan. -Whi.ic (here,bo.pur-  cha,a,ed : flic 'Skylark and) tlie- Eiinger  hiiheral ; claims. .'. These);..o.!aiih's....;aro  iocated "011 the . -JSTorth ..'Fork ;;f Lemo'ri  creek,! six,.,miles from ��������� Slocan, -City.  Tliero 'has'-boon SS,000 'spent) bn/the  property.',';,. The veins are from; 20  inches .to three feet wide, unch/fche,assays show that the ore -runs .''-.60. per  ton   in)".'gbJd    and'silver.     About' .afi'i  ,) Paris; May   1G.���������The ..'Journal   HeH  Debats during "the  course) of, a, long  articie\to:diiy!'reflects';.thc-anxiol.yi'.'px-  pressed in  government   circles   here  .respecting the feeling aroused in America oiiaccount of France's open   sympathy) with ; Spain. '������������������   It., says :-���������''The  whole".affair is   a ;niisu"nderstanding.  French opinion at; the; outset -of  th'e  war certainly  considered, the   United  States was-, wrong  and' some : of  the  papers expressed this opinion   in "aggressive form.���������).!The "Americans, how:cj  everjshbuld.uot have taken the matter  I so.tragically, for of all -"-'foreigners' o������r  natural sympathies are for the , United  States, and our government throughout  has: acted, most... correctly." '.;'  After  charging, Great Britain ;with. being; at  the.bottom of the mischief, in   declaring, itis' American's own   business "'.if,  ish'e decide* tbiiitervene in distant; af-  I'airSjthe article/concludes : '   "What  concerns us is that America shall'-.not,.  intaking upthc great role) of-adding  to hpr international, domain, start.with  ���������s'ueh; conceived ideas against   us . and  renounce,the goocj understanding with  France which has been; so   useful   in.  ;the past find which is sf.illmOre. desirable in the future.   The French nation  was never really hostile to - the Americans. ).They.will  remove, this   when ,  ��������� purposes" set-up   by "the   defendant.  With the intentions of, the defenclaHt  wo have.but little to  do; ..What. we^  have to do with is, the   protection   of  the water company tinder their charter  andlibertiesbfthe people   therewith.  The company have absolute cOutroI.of  thu wr.ter system   they, .have, put ��������� in--  with)a limit 'of.charges, .and   rio   one,  not,bven for,sanitary uses or pur'jj'ases  of.oy.en a benevolent or) philanthropic  character, has any! right  whatever to  tamper with it on his own suggestion.  !No user can even sell, give'or Tend' to  his neighbor,, without���������)the pcrmissiqh  of the coiiipany. )':>\i)y one! having .a;-  tap pliiecd on liis   own . premises,,,'seen res the supply for certain'   well! defined, purposes and,for these .and  these  alone can it bo used.,   Anymisapplica-  lion or. use for any other purpose is iii  law,,considered a theft! and dealt, with  accordingly,- -Mr. Macdonald: may or  uiay.nqt have known, the  seriousness  of liis act in the diversion ,of ,a ������������������water  supply, but this inlaw-doesnot.change.'  tho -'matter���������:the.-penalty, is   all:'-'.:the.  smix!. ..Were this an isolated ���������case,, or  ,()ne_thjij^_nniy , pot .occur: again,;. ,w!e  :wouldTgiye~but little attention:; to   it.  AVe desire" it as caution. ) It was a test)  With Scissors arid Pen)  Tho Argo is shipping a car of ore  this week.  The Idaho people ii.tend packing  down ore from the mine until such  time as the tram can he repaired.  The Cariboo Gold Mining and Milling company has declared a dividend  of 316,000. This makes a total of  5204,000.  The Lilly Mav mine at Eossland has  been sold for ?50,000 to an English  syndicate, the disposers, retaining a  certain amount of stock.  Mi!  case,-.and-sets:up an example lb govern'  the entire community for .all time, and  we trust it will have the dbsirecl eflect.  A CELEBRATION.  July the   First   Will Likely Be  Day   in   Sandon.  Gala  The owners of the   Enterprise mine,  near Slocan City   say they have 1,000  tons of the ore   of that mine   on  the  clock ready for shipment.  The ltuth has resumed operations on  a more extensive scile than ever, after  having to shut down on account of the  bad condition of the roads.  'The Queen Be6s has some 25 men  employed and will increase the number when ihe roads are in such a condition that shipping can be done.  J. Q.iEaton at one time  heavily   interested in t ic Whitewater, is   shortly '  to push work   on   the   Madison, near  Cody, in which he is interested now!  :;!:!fi-  J-l'A-"- j  '?0-''������jZl!;  s  ill  -������������������"���������:���������-'-'-'.''���������  -  'v...!.;:.^-.  ������������������^is^;-;1'  1��������� ��������� 1 ���������',:  ;���������'.������������������ "'���������!���������"���������&,  :';';'.'V,?^'  .,:).;���������),;'.  $:?}>0l  ������������������!!��������� :'-'l  K: ������������������:���������"*$%���������  f;'!':ii:.������  y^Y^l  MR. GOSTE'S EEPORTS.  On    the  Navigableness of   the Stikine  River.  : -*$!im  ''),;,^:3!'!))||!|y||S  ounce"o'f thevaiucsis ingbld: ���������, The  claims adjoin,.tho celebrated Cliapleau (.the present friotionhas hacL time: to  nil no);: -Thbre!)lias;. been ).)co)psdd<Tab,le  ore .-'already,, shipped :, from): tho. , two  properties: purchased;' and shi,spiiig is  to'bp resumed. The purchase was on:  account of the firm and the price, is  S25,000:'-. A portion .of this sum ! has  air ady been paid and the remainder is  due. at intervals running over ii.ye'ar  It- is the intention to form a company  in) London' to operate, the property.���������  Rossland Miner.  disappear!"'7  Wni. Ewart Gladstone Bead  A FasMoflabl8 Wedding.  sation of the evening previous, when in  sjjeaking of the firemen using a revolvet-  as a signal for starting a race, Rankin  had said he did not like it as a . jjistol  sbotalweys startled him ; and at another  time, during a conversation about mind-  reading, heard him ask if a gambler's  head. would appear peculiar ta a mind-  reader or phrenologist.. Did not think  he was a man.likely to commit suicide,  as he appeared generally cheerful.  Mr. Harringtoii's_.evideneo in  corroborated- that of Lowes. He saw  nothing unusual' or low-spirited, about  deceased, in fact, they were jumping together in front of bar that evening. Had  played cards with him both at his own  jDlace and at the Palace and again later  at home. Did not think he lost heavily,  not more than Sin.  Dr. Powers���������sworn: On arrival found  body lying as before described. Was  almost pulseless,-, but gave a dozen.or so  doep respirations.' Pronounced him dead  about five.minutes after o, probably ten  minutes after arriving. Bullet had entered under left breast, passing back  and  upward  wounding heart  and  left  The San Francisco Examiner of a  late date has the following: to say ��������� of  the wedding in that city of our townsman, Dr. Gomm. A description of The  ceremony and etceteras is given which  is.too long foronr columns :���������;.  The nuptial high 'mass celebrated at  the wedding.of Miss Theresa- ���������Adelaide  Cleary and Dr. William'. E Gomm,  Wednesday morning made the affair  solemnly impressive as well as, brilliant'. The grand music of."��������� Giorza's  mass, exquisitely-rendered'; the handsome-gowns Of the ladies, the elaborate  canonical vestments of the' officiating  clergymen and the bright costumes of  the acolites made the scene beautiful and the wedding one of the most  attractive of the Easter season.  The groom is a physician of Sandon.  B.'Cauda son of,'-the late William  Gomm of Savannah, Ga, The bride is  a, daughter of P. Cleary of the Hibernia  Bank, and resides with her parents at  .2919 Howard street. She is oneof thc  most-attractive society, belles of the  Mission and is'highly accomplished.,  A reception-for the bridalparty and  the relatives' followed at the home' of  the bride's parents on Howard street.  The house was handsomely and profusely decorated and the couple received under an  arch of  sniilax   and  England's grand old man is no more.  He succumbed oh Thursday to the   effects of a cancer, which'troubled   him  since he retired, from public life a-few  years ago.-Though of a robust constitution, well preserved by a close observance of the requirements of  nature,  he lived to be within a few aio'nths   of  90'-years of age.   But tor the cancer, he  had constitution to carry him a number  of years longer, perhaps to   the   100th  landmark.'���������; He   has   been   a   central  figure in British politics   for : the . last  half century,   his  opinions,   ever .expressed in the best of English, were.al-  ways regarded with the: deepest   consideration whether in power or in   opposition.   He, of late-premiers of England, was the only one who. had to. approach the Queen,  and   demand from  her her signature to a Bill she was not  disposed to sign iu the. "name��������� of  the  people Of England."   Generally speaking his.home policy was   always   prudent; but with his large   caution   his  foreign policy was often  faulty���������often  insufficiently ajjgresive.    ���������     ���������;  ,' A number of citizens, met in   the  councircharnber Tuesday evening), in  'response.'to a ..call   by. the .mayor, to  consider  the advisability of holding a'  public holiday and ���������.celebrating it properly.1  Tlie assembly decided on. .celebrating tho lstof.July,' if everything  -turns   out   favorably.'   A   committee  consisting of Aid. Hunter,  Dr. Young  and Slessrs. McClusky  and R. McDonald was appiii nted to; c'a nvass th e tow (1  to that ond, and report at a.later day.  It-was 'also; felt a!-  the meeting that  something should, be done )tp)���������organise,  a brass b7khd in the-ci.ty.';���������' As there'ar'e)  a nhmber of. old, piay.i.-rs in the, place;,  many   of... whom   have , instruments,  something may be done in tho interval  to get them together, and make a com-  'mehe.einent. ��������� 'We-await, the.result, 'of  the canvass of . he place before saying  more on the subject.  Cliamberlaiii's Speech.  Leaders of Men.  yelio.v roses. A breakfast followed  and an hour was spent in inspecting  the numerous' rich, appropriate and  elegant gifts. ' ,  Dr. and Mrs. Gomm left in the afternoon train for the Hotel del Co'ronado."  After spending a couple of weeks at the  general j different resorts in Southern California,  they Will proceed east and visit thc  groom's relatives in Savannah, Ga.,  and expect to reach their future . home  in Sandon, Brifish Columbia, about  the middle of June  Rev. Dr. Sutherland of Toronto will  deliver a lecture entitled ''Leaders of  Men" in ��������� Virginia- hall on Mondav  evening next. Dr. Sutherland is known  throughout the length and breadth of  Canada as one of the foremost of Canada's orators and no doubt his lecture  will be a rare treat. In fact as a lecturer Dr- Sutherland .. has an international reputation' as he is well-  known'in the,United Sta.es. In view  of the fact one of thc world's, greatest  leaders of men, Mr. Gladstone, has just  passed away, Dr. Sutherland's lecture  will be peculiarly interesting.' Tickets  on sale,at the door. Lecture will commence at S.30. Everybody who can  should make a 'point, of hearing Dr,  Sutherland.  London, May 16.���������The speech of Jos.  Chamberlain,  the   secretary, for  tho  oionies, at Birmington on Friday last,  is still the sensation of   the   day.  and  was introduced iu. the:House of. Commons this evening.)   During a question  as to the date of the discussion of the  foreign office vote,the Liberal leader iu  theHouse, Sir;William. Vernon ,Har-  court, said that the country desired to  discuss "the 'new.Birnungtoii pelicy."  The remark caused tremendous- cheer-'  :iug,intermixed:with ministeriai"Oh'i."  Mr.Uichael Davitfc   read   an-extract  from Chamberlain's speech   in   which  the latter deprecated the.value of Ttns'-  sian promises and asked  the' colonial  secretary if he thought such language  and sentiments were   consistent   with  the friendly relations between the, two  countries, but the siseaker refused:, to  allow thequestiou to be put.  Ottawa, May   20.���������Louis   A.   Coste,  chief < ngincer of  the   department   of  public work*, who went west about five  weeks ago to investigate the navigation  of the Stickine river, hasprepared  his  report.    He says   that   the   depth , of  water at the mouth of the river during  high tide is eighteen  to twenty   feet,  which affects the depth for a   distance  of twenty-five miles up the stream for  ninety.five miles above Wran������el.   The  ,iivor though winding is easy navigable  for ri>er boats.   The river .is   free   of  ice between May 1 and October 30 each  year.   Vory little work .would   be   re-   -.>  quired to clear away   all   obstructions  inch as fallen trees and at Settle canon  and Glenora, small portions   of  rock,  From Settle canon to Glenora there  is  water enough   for  riyer  boats.     He  urges the government to at once t open  a wagon road from Glenora   to   Teslin  lake, and to connect these two points  by a railroad by thc opening  of  navigation next year.    Mr.   Coste  recommends  the   building   of   whi.rves   at  Wrangel and Glenora.    He concludes  by staling that the people of the coast  arc greatly disappointed at the action  of the senate in throwing out the   Yukon railway bill.  aU^I^G RECORDS.  -1 i  fill  .'������  r;  Recorded  at New Denver.  LOCATIONS.  r>[ay 11���������"Wren, Slocan lake, George Lester.  May lil���������������������������Ki'j'Mr Fraction, Carpenter. Leonard J{ iCoyscr.  Dixie. Sandon, A P Horton.  May  13���������Wallace;  Goat  Mountain,  Amos  Thompson  Sligo I-'riu'lion. same. W D Mitchell.  '31 ay 11���������Interior, Payne mountain, John  Kelly.  Jersey Girl, Wilson creek. E .TVanstone.  Ani'ntilii. Fennel creek,'!D Hell-Irving  ISmiiia, Fractional, Now Douver, S'J  ker.  T Wal-  Tlie Estimates.  ,'The   supplementary   estimates laid  before  the  legislature provides  ior ii  total"ol.������102,289 for next } ear. ������104,402  for thc present voar.and S44.24S for the  yeai- ended-80th of June'last.   Among  the chief items   for the coming year  are s3,000 for the .exhibition at   Xew  Westminster in addition  to ������1,000 already voted ;   ������)4,0(;0  aid   towards alio  purchase  of,a. drill hall site-in  Vancouver;  ������1,417 compensation to workmen employed by Wayward Mill company ; ������1,989 for workmen of Canny and  Kyle the   government   haviiay had a  first lien on  property   for.royalty ' ou  lumber; ������1,000 is provided for the'expense of a commission   to improve on-  farming industries of a,  irrigation, etc.; and 6,000 for assistance  to owners of cattle for losses sustained  by tuberculosis.   For the professional  services'of thc late L. B. Hamlin, who  was frozen'to death in the Yukon, and  including   a grant; to   Mrs. Hamlin  ������2,6"00 is asked.  Galena, Galena -Farm .Edward Stew art.  Dewey, liowson creek, Geo -W Hugh us.  JUerrllt.sairie, A .1 Becker,  Sampson, -same. C .1 Loewen.  IMilps. same, Uu'iir Hurbanck,  May 17���������Vortex anil Pirate, Silverton, Perry  Attnll'u.  A.SSKKSMIOTTS.  May 10���������Franklin.  Grey E.it'lo, The: Ben,  '-     ' "pypt.  Victoria,  Hollvia,  Peru, Timber  may hi��������� i- mnuni).  Grey Jiat'lo, Thei  Hiomidc, March Hird Fractional, Egypt.  May 11���������Wlntur  Uesort.  Elvira,   Victo  <plke.  -viiiv U���������Fieeporl,  lake.  Muyi:>���������Maggie Mac.  Miiv.1i!���������Florcnco.nimulollnckjITew Colum-  lii.'i, Cliarieloii.Clllf Extension, Cllll", Robbin,  Caruonnte. Alalionlnir- ��������� '.'������������������.'  "May 17���������Elite, Black Olnmoud, Monitor  Xo: !t. ��������� . .   ���������".  A grant or water rliiht "(3) Inches out of a  small creek tributary to Carpenter, has been.  given to Chns 1J Simpson.  TltA.VSFKRS.  ���������Mm- 10���������Turrls?.David Mathoson to Amos  Tliompson, Oct IS.'1)7.  MagieMac J, Nell Mcliinlsto Fred F'Lie-  bselier.  May l'J���������Soho 1-12, ,1ns C Ryan to Henry  Knminolcn. April at, S-ITO.  Kcw-'ttis ;, Alfred Lortneux to Frank Job-  son, Fi-b-l.  Mhj- I'!���������I'lowory 7, Geo Crawlord . to David  Uremncr ivnri Anu'isThoinpson.MnvlO.  May IU���������Sll-rerlon Hoy J, J T O i. Walter E  Grave'ley to Olias E Hope, March 17.  K:ul!o{.n<nvnnl D ('ainerou to Wn  March II.  Pamcsamr, to L C Cook,same.  Mollle {. John Nunn to Samuel Watson,  :Vprli 25.SloO.  Black Fox j, Klnjjsley J, Frank Howscn to  Wm Coulter, April 12.  The .follow^ is   a list of Pr������ ship-    as he appeared ge^rally eh^h T^^^Tc^Z^^ 7"^ f ������'     E^ff^   ���������   n^ \n\?^2���������   ���������������?.lTn ^^^^^^^^^I^y,  moots  over thc   -K. A 8.  from  Sandon )Mr Ha-rington^evidence in general .diff^S iS,12������f^    t^r^ * ^   ������"  ^"^   ^  i^ber ' S,0W LP*������&toZ������ "SXSJX���������; ,0 ,. c Cook.same.            -  for the week ending May 02:                , corroborated that  of Lowes      T-T������ mW   d,^,. ,'.;n               i"   '   .         1      - ������������������     ,      outhcriancl.                                                       ���������������������������,��������� ^r                              t    - MollleJ. John, Nunn  to Samusl  Watson,  s       j ������������������....   1. "' ajunct,.     xxe sai\   they will proceed cast   and   visit   thc                                                         I             .    pense ol a commission   to improve on Aprii 25,si"i0.                                .',...������������������.'  u���������'o;    ",' -                         ..:���������    T0NS         noting unusual or low-spirited, about   groom's rclatiu.-S ' in   Savannah,   Ga.'                    '" ���������~������ -'                   farming industries of a������rietiltare  and ^n,lgo������?exri'^M*Soy*^Mnk''??W80n to  Wocan Star............... ...ISO ��������� deceased, in fact^they were Jumping to-   iuid. expectt0 reaeh llldrfutur/lloraJ ��������� ,).                '-.                     .....        irrigation, etc, and 6,000 for Jsistancb  S2"' "'���������' ���������"���������������������������������������������    t TV nf7ntofbill'tllat^ning. Had   in Sandon,   Brifish ' Columbia,   about                          A   l6St ,C|1S6. . ,                    to owners of cattle for losses sustained                 ���������-������������������������- ��������� )  ���������     ",'"* '���������     "-    Pa>ecl cmls with huu both at his  own   the middle of June.                                                 ���������:               '���������                             by tuberculosis.   For the professional Spain's Reserve Fleet       ,'���������  ������������������ place and at the Palace  and nrni'n  infoi.                                                                                                                                                                     ���������   '   ���������   m    '1   ���������'   r   n tt  '  Total.........!..... '.,..,; ,...276J   at home.   Did not think he lortToaWh                    .   ~���������~     .                     A case came before Judge Lilly   on   ^!������    ^"^n^1"'      ^ Madrid, May 17.-A dispatch   from  ���������         .   -     '         ���������         ��������� not more than ������lo.     ���������     .                       ''           D.KEAnPULLY NERVOUS.    )      Tuesday last that all   water- users   in f'    ^Ken t0 doilih,��������� ^'^ ukon, and Ca,h>. announces that the,reserve fleet  ^S,~"   .   , .-. Dr. Powers-sworn:  On arrival found      Gbsts^-I   was   dreadfully  nervous    the oily should take notice of, and,   as  ^Vqo"^'^1      ������, llrs- HillllIln> composed of a first-class battleship.two  THE CYCLISTS' FE1END. body lying   as  before  described     Was   ^nd for relieJ" took .vonr 1Cnrl's Clove1'   f'e expression goes,"govern yourselves  "          .  8^"   . armored cruisers and two  torpedoboat.  Kn������di,t-,HH. i't'       -.1      . almost pulseless,  but gave a dozen or so  ^ ^f'   ^ cl,"������('e1d ,nlJ'  nerves and   accordingly."     The   oarticulars    are                             ���������*^__^_ . destroyers will be ready   for   sea" this  r>o cjciists kit is complete  without .              .    ,.    '         ������           '"'"'" G1 so  strengthened   my whole nervous  sv������-  ������i           r,T,         .      '*������������������,,,-���������,���������      A- BATUVA YM\ N'S STriBV wool-   !���������  a bottle ofHagyard's Yellow Oil.   Can deep respn-at.ons: Prommnoed him dead   tern.   I was tro^                                                                                                                ���������         ^Ail.W AliMAA b SlOEl. -eek. ,  be takeirinternally or used externally, ahout five niiiiutes after '3, probably ten!   "on, kidney and bowel trouble.   Your  -1-f!lP UP stairs'in the   building   lately      Mr. AV. !Fra'hok,, in   charge   of  the                       ���������-���������^*-������ :   For Cuts, Bites, Bruises,   Sprains, Stiff mihute.f alter arriving.   Bullet had  en-   K���������   soon   cleansed ".'niy    system    so   occupied by Mrs.   Crandall.     On   her  Grand   Trunk    Engine  ' shops,    Port to rrim rmn to ewi? niv  H������.���������������.,n.,������������������.1I������������������J ������������������cd,.-. ..,���������������c ������������������n���������d,���������s ������������������,, ��������������������������� Mt s���������a Co,,,,-SoU ,lt MoQue^ ^^ft^t;*������r-- s^o,K,d���������wco,���������^ 3B_J_  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATMMYr ;MAf2i,1898;;  ^befflMnino IReview  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY MAY 21, 1898  Subscription $2.00 Per Year  Strictly is Advsace.  ANOTHER PULL.  Our  local  government   has  voted  Mann & McKenzie $4,000   for probably   400 miles  of the   Lake Teslin  railway,   and   all to please a few   so-  called jobbers on the coast, who hope  to   make   money    through   northern  trade.    In return, all the  government  is to get  for the $1,600,000   is 4 per  cent, of the gross earnings of the road.  All this  Teslin Lake proposition   has  done so far is t. damage  to an extent  the   mining business of the Kootenay.  So long as  that proposition   is before  the country and until traffic over it is  proven to he  a losing game,  as it will  be eventually, it will have a depressing  influence   on investments,   and consequently on mining, in this country; and  that with the few shekels trade over it  may throw in the pockets of the coast  cities   jobbers,   is    all  it   will   ever  accomplish.    In return for  this heavy  bonus the   provincial treasury is to receive 4 per cent, of the gross receipts.  Whether   these receipts   before oven  the   4 per cent, is paid  on them, will  be made up of the actual earnings   of  the road  or  the alleged earnings on  the  long haul basis,   it is  at present  impossible   to  say.    On   leasing   the  Nakusp & Slocan road,   the C. P. R.  promised the government 40 per cent,  on the actual earnings and repaying it  on the supposed earnings on  the long  haul basis,  by which   the government  loses   annually   a   very   large   sum.  Whether or not, we say, there is a slip  in this, latter proposition too   that will  permit   Mann and McKenzie to bamboozle the government also  deponent  knoweth not    Time alone can tell.  We are aware that it is obligatory  on provincial governments that have  large tracts of country to open up, to  aid railways, but this aid should be  given on a well-defined basis that is  sure to bring in satisfactory returns  through settlement and territorial development.  In 1869, the Sandfield Macdonald  government of Ontario set apart  $3,000,000 for the assistance of  railways; but in no case was any portion of it given to sections of the province that already had facilities, nor lo  districts that were not already partially  settled���������only where an assured consequent settlement fully warranted it.  In 1892, thc Greenway government  of Manitoba borrowed $2,000,000 to  aid railways, but only to such projects  as gave promises something similar to  those referred to in Ontario. How  different with the philosophers of British Columbia. When the Ontario  government gave this grant, it gave it  out of money already in thc treasury  a-ccumulated as the result ol receipts  over expenditures. When Manitoba  gave its grant, expenditures were well  within receipts, and the province had  no debt. Plow different here again.  Though per capita B. C. has a revenue that is the envy of the other  provinces, and ever year our expenditures are made to exceed it, the government having on diflcrent occasions  been forced to borrow money on mortgage to meet running expenses.  Instead too of being clear of debt  ���������?>nd having a surplus, as the other  provinces we have named had when  ,they subsidised roads, our country is  already mortgaged over the ears for  ephemeral projects and wild-cat undertakings like tlie Yukon project until the tension is so great thai, a snap  may occur at any moment.  Over tlie heads of corporations, the  Local government is taxing the people  ���������of the province within corporation  limits on personal property, income  and God knows what nil, to raise  money to run the government, and at  the same time wasting the proceeds of  mortgages weighing like millstones, to  bonus   railways  to please  the  boom-  hut we hope stern justice will overtake  the others. '���������"������������������ .  Our province has magnificent natural resources, , but even the strongest  horse can readily be overloaded j and  we know of a fact that already much  has been done, to strangle it in its infancy. A debt of some $7,000,000,  and. -power given the government to  place $5,000,000 more on the back of  that.if it does not prove the last straw,  will at least hamper-the, country for  years to come. ���������  -In any.event, on the eve of a general election, the government should  have left this additional debt for the  people to express^aiu-opinion oh.  Denouncing the government now for  the act can do no good,: as the bargain is! sealed) and the debt is a live  reality. ,. Ail we call say in conclusion  is that when the people are marking  their ballots in July next. we sincerely  hope they will mark those candidates  committed, to.��������� "/economy/ and retrenchment, that the treasury may as  far as possible be enabled to meet its  obligations! without! more serious consequences.- )  '.'-  J; R. RATALLACK, OUR 'NEXT  . )':;!.;!   MEMBER..7 '."!'.).'���������  .)  The election'is rapidly approaching  and it is, the duty .of the voters of the  Slocan district to make a careful selection of candidates.. A man of capability and influential standing; who  has interests in the district and knows  the needs of the.peopie j who is not  one day in,harmony with the government and the next working with the  opposition forces; who is!an industrious' and' conscientious worker,' is the  character" of man' that ,the News,intends to support , in'' this campaign.  There are a few of such, and ah effort  should) be made .; to bring them more  prominently before the public, and induce them to accept political honors.  It is rumored that Kaslo will have two  candidates;;m the! field..,,, If so, and  John R. R'atallack is one of them he  will receive the .unswerving support of  the News, as be is all we have named  and more.-      y ���������!'"'  policy to accomplish this, it will meet  with the approval of the people.'  Some willsay, what signifies our debt,  look at our immense resources. This is  working on the basis,that a man who  has an income,of twenty-five dollars a  day and spends twenty-six will soon  get rich. Our suggestions may, not  meet with the approval of the..News j  but taking the7 history of events in the  other, provinces and reasoning from  analogy, making a 'due allowance for  the varied conditions here, we7 will, in  our succeeding issues endeavor to outline a course'. :of: action for the new  government to pursue in the -interest  of the peoj>le, and suggest that the!  candidates whose vieiys .most nearly  coincide are the most entitled to support in the coming-contest.'  THE  ISLAND OF APPLE TREES.  D'alton  McCarthy.  cl-  ask   again,  sters of   the  west.     Wc  where will this all end ?  In the present  financial situation of  this province,   thc government   is not  warranted in bonusing to any sensible  extent   even a deserving railway  pro  ject on whose future success  no sane  man will cast a doubt; but in thc face  of this serious situation, the boomsters  take thc   go/ernment   by   the  throat,  and the latter timidly allow themselves  to be throttled.    The   vote   on   this  grant was carried in the House by 17  against 12, showing that   17 men   will  have much to account for before their  constituencies.    Some  of them  from  their residence in. coast cities will, no  doubt,   be  applauded for their  acts,  The foregoing'is from the'Slocan  City News, and all ..will, of course,,  acknowledge that the News . has been  especially chosen; by; Providence to  make candidates for the full parliament of-the. country. ' Delegations,  conventions and requisitions, are of no  earthly7 account after ,the News/sends  out its fiat. ��������� The News wants ��������� men  who are not one day in harmony with  the government and the next working  with the opposition forces.". It wants  a '.'true blue" who will endorse the  government, if it so decides, in giving  not the, $1,600,000 alone but the  whole $5,000,00.0 jtalked of for railways to the Klondyke road, because it  pleases the boomster jobbers of the  coast. This view may suit the News,  but we know it-does not suit the people of the province.    .;  To us it is a   matter of no importance who governs the country, so long-  as it  is governed properly.    We are  free to admit  that  to the present we  have not seen ennuneiated by the opposition principles calculated to govern.  the country as we think it ought to.be  governed.    We have seen much  fault  found with the working of the government, some of it: properly taken, and  much of it decidedly less so ;   but this  does not make a government   nor the  policy for a government.     We   want  building up -as well as  tearing down.  For every objection taken . by the opposition,   it ought  to be ready with  a  substitute.       For   .every    blemish    it  points out, it ought to be ready, with a:  cure.    No   opposition  can ever hope  to win the  confidence of the   country  on any other lines.  . .  From the nature of things, in the  constitution of our house, where party  politics are ignored, no man can be  absolutely independent, and if hs was  so, he would be of ho earthly use to  anyone, as he would have neither  mind nor conviction of his own ; but  where party politics are unobserved a  representative has more latitude to  observe proper principles of government, a suitable policy for the proper  management of public affairs and  the development of a young coun-  tiy if he is only possessed of the experience to suggest them, and the  brains and ability to work them out in  detail. To a journal of the News  stamp, however, this appears to be a  matter of no moment.  We are to-day face to face with the  fact that the province stands , to be  saddled at once with a mortgage debt  of at least $10,000,000 as a total, and  with an annual deficit of large proportions notwithstanding the fact that, we  have the handsome annual revenue of  nearly a million and a quarter dollars.  The people or those of them who  think for themselves are clamoring  for a reversal of this without the impairment of efficiency, and if the News  will only assist in unearthing candidates who   are ready with a  matured  In the death of, D'Alton McCarthy  at Toronto' last week,  the result of injuries received in   a fall from  his dog  cart,   Canada loses  one of its  ablest  lawyers  and most capable   and  independent, statesmen.    He -first entered  politics- many years ago,   andvduring  the  life  of Sir John Macdonald  was  one of the premier's ablest supporters.  After '-the/death of! Sir John  questions  arose1 that .caused. his   estrangement  from: liis party���������we refer, to the  pay?  menf of   the   Jesuit Estates Bill! and  the   adherence   ofthe   Conservative  party lb   remedial legislation   for tlie  Roman Catholics of Manitoba.'.!.������������������"'  ,,'   It is true  that he did at,., one   time  find-,-fault with the  Conservatives for  forming, cabinets .without consulting  him ; but 'this.is'no proof !;at all that in  reconstructions" he   was   anxious   to  enter all or any of thelater  cabinets.  In. short   the Mail and Empire   now  does him the justice   to say it believes  he never .had a desire to 'become  a  cabinet minister of any 'rank.  ' The writer, knows ithat while in pol-  itics in Sir John Macdonald's time, he  was always consulted by that statesman as to.the, constitution of cabinets,  and could at any time,, havibeen a  member of Sir John's cabinet had he  chosen to enter'it: The fact that Sir  John's successors did not consider his  abilities: as Sir John invariably did  may have been the cause of,,- the expression he used, on which his political opponents.ever after .so disingen-  iously, played. ..'���������.-.")���������.���������      ''���������''-���������'������������������������������������  ;���������'" Considering everything, "though   he  may. sometimes -have been rasher' -in  his movements than., other statesmen  are,!the honest critic must,say.that in  all his movements he was  honest and  sincere,  which could not  always  he  said of those who took the  most exception to him. '.."!������������������'  ���������t   His independent leadership, though  accomplishing  little   from  the  hidebound partizan's standpoint, in reality  did much   to set   the  extreme  party  leaders athinking.    With the defeat of  the Conservative party over their  remedial legislation".. and   the death   of  that question iu "the House, lie had ho,  more to do with   that issue ;  and   his  comparative ��������� silence   in   the   House  since the  advent  of/, the Liberals  to  power is good assurance   tljat  he was  not. unqualifiedly satisfied  with   their  legislation.   '��������� In.short .the straws  were  showing there was a 3trong probability  that had   he not-met1- his tragic death  he would shortly be heard from again  in a completely new role..    He was a  fluent, logical speaker, a keen debar': r,  well versed in   parliamentary usuages  and   an  acknowledged   authority  on  constitutional..law.'   . His   loss to   the  bar of Canada is a heavy one   and to  the country as a. gSatesi^an  one   that;  will not readily be repaired- '   ���������  ��������� It lies among the, outer seas, .."  ,   O'er many a mile of water wan, ,  And seldom any living man  At,-.-oss tho clamorous waves has past  And found ore ho for death was cast,)  Avilion, isle of apple trees.  v.   7"' Atlantis wns'its name of old,  And many a drowning mariner  'Ty.-ixt. lifo and death.has fciyhied hor   ;  'I-..'     G old'apples .growing on tho ��������� verge., ,  '/Ii:<jii, .as ho sank in 'stifling'surgo,7  Cursed her and all her fruit of gold.  And now' upon the bouglis one soes  ���������  l.'o golden fruit, but only red,       ',;���������      .),  "    Sweet apples moving overhead  ,:  '   In n soft wind that speahs of May.   ���������  And still,one sees and sails away'  '  "' , Fi01:1 that dim islo of apple trees'.   , ���������  ���������JSioiah Hopper in Eiat-lc and White.  BEES  LIKED/HIS   OQOrV  HoW a /Farmer UnwillinglyUour;ht sKtif  Pair of siioeo'For a Tramp.  As I eat on'thoybraiida with the fnrir.er  after supper I1 uskeiV him if he was 1111!'  Krcntly bothered with trainus, nutl Ms reply v.ns:      : ��������� ) .        .-���������"'���������������������������    ,     ���������.'-':  ���������War.], ii good many of ,'o'm come along  mid want 11 bito ��������� to eat, nnil sonic cf 'em:  nro pretty sassy, biit- only one in an''of .'em  i.vcr survotl ir.o a real mean trick." ',  "1'oison your dog?" I queried.  "Ityviis iiieuij'er.tiiun that: Wo was entin  (limicr.o'iio day in tlie sirring when a hive-  of 'fours s'tiivtocl'-.tb swarm! I'd bin cixpcotin  It and watciiin 'cm and had a nuw hivo  ready. When bees swarm, tliey will Siyjlifc  on most anything handy���������a limb, a bush  or liv'on tho pump, /���������lest as tlie bec.slieKan  to pour out of tho hive and, circle around  liking I'orads a- tramp up tho patli toask  uk- soiDotliih to cat. Thc queen boo settled  down on his old hat, and t-lio hull���������swiirui  iVillored her. In two ininits U111C tranip's  head iiii'luli'inlders War. covered with btvis..  audi >-< lis to him for heaven's saho not tc  trvto ��������� ligJit.'om ott or ho'd be tstiuuj; 1. '  ���������death..:* ��������� , '.���������'.  "Iiu must liavo huou terror stricken,���������", I  said;    ,' ������������������ ''   ��������� '��������� - ' " -',)"  .''"Xot a bit of it, sir. Ho was hs cool as  a co\VL-umbor, and when 1 told himcho'd  li'ev to Htam.i in a sniiidfje till.tlio bees Wan  ��������� killed-ofl" ho jest; luughud!, When they'd all  settled down on'him and I was g'oin to  ���������'start r-i sni'.udfro, ho soz: *.  , ! " 'Old.-man, .what d'ye consider thit  swarm of bees wiith in cold cash?'  ' .' " 'About.96,' no!?.!.   .,!' "  .    .  )  ," ,'Aro,yo v.'illin to givo SUf sez he.   ;.'.'���������:  "'Vvhat fur?'sez I.      . ;   '    .���������  ���������'" 'Bukasoyo'ir cither pay mo 52 or.I'll  walk oil  with, the bi/.i.css and'sell ont to.  somebody ���������else!'-" . .    ..'"'. ' ���������  /. "And you had to buy him o.ITf" I ashed  ���������"   "That's whore the meannor--s coiucs hi,'  replied lhe farmer.) /"i'liuni  boos svas iij.v  property, and  I Wasn't  biiyin Nyiint '���������..:.-  iiiy   own.    lie : offw'yd   to tai;e. Cv>, but ��������� 1  couldn't sco .how he ctnild Kic.iiwiiy wiih  'om ami refused  to como dow 11.    Then ho  starts off.    J reckoned tlie bcos wiiuld Kit/  aiigi-v and sling Li:n  l.p death, but n'uthin  happ'eiio'd...  Ho jest ������':-H.ed 'out  into  the-7  ���������;road 'and down 'the  hi!!, and  hecarrkid  them boos seven   uiiier. 11'ml  sold 'oiu.i'or a  new pair of shoes."       ��������� ���������.   '       ' ..,  "And ho wasn't'Hluni;?'-' "���������;"   ,  "Not onco, Kir. .Tho beos Koenied to like  tho siii.eUcf him, mid ho.'������������������'pn'ddli'il'-aioi'.g  tho road as grand as you please."���������Y.'anlv-  ington Times..  ./��������� ' Tho Irish TJ-Kl^utty./ . .  I bolieve that tho lull development of  ufjriohltural. org:i!;k:;t-!OJ!-.-i..o:nl7fJ tho or.i.v  y,ay by which tlio'agrj'jiii'.iini) imiii.'-try in  Ireland can ho saved.. The Irish farmer:-;,  who formerly had to uomi.&rp only ..with  their follow workers).in tho United Kingdom, aro now. brought ��������� into competition  ���������with the farmers of the whole world. Tho  tiino hns.coiiio when they ni list intelligently apyly to their industry those methods  of-combination which ������������������have been resorted  .to by those fiigfiggd i;} every otiier iuUvis;  ti'ial undertaking, and by fariuurn of,other  ooiiiiirios. The) syytoni" by. which we are  Ecaliing to attain, this result lusK.iilreiuiy  proved its economic soundness, and it is  only lack of funds sufficient to so:id or-  :gai5izei's qualified to educate bodies of.  fiirn-.oi-s, who tiro ready to listen to.ihom  in almost every parish in.irclnud. in its  principles nud proceduro,.wliioh dt/lrij'.-: its.  universal adoption. Alay I point ont'llsat  in providing tho sinows of war a splendid  opportunity is'open for soma weal thy. love."  of Ireland to coiifor.upon her people un  incaiculahlo boon? -7  - Tlie pvincipio upon which under modern  conditions, ���������flip salvation of Ireland must  be sought bKc6iiViJ3''''niiii'0 fiiae'it'est every  year. Tho Irish.difficulty has Jong been  .raihcr economic 'than . political, and , it- is  more than ever today. Solve tho.economic  'problem, and in iho process the Irish peo ���������  pie will bo-so elevated and strengthened  that they will bo able to solve the political  problem for themselves.. I am firmly convinced that all futiirc^attempts to': deal'  with the Irish question on purely political  )ii:es aro doomed to share tho fato of Irish  policies iii tho past.���������Riyhr. Hon. Horace  PhinkotA, lu.,.. p.. Preslcleiit Irish Agri-  cnltnrai prgnnizapipfi!'pojiiety, in North  American Kovioyv.  And now the Kootenaian hoists the  name of'J. Ratallack, Kaslo, as "our  next member." It appears be the  especial duty of the- Bros.. King and  Young to make representatives for the  people, regardless' of their wishes. If  instead of making representatives,  these gentlemen would do something  towards getting up a properly constituted convention, representative in  every respect, through' which the  wishes of the people in a selection  might be expressed, it would, at least,  be a great deal more consistent. We  have no axes to grind in the matter,  but we want to see the people represented in a selection of candidates,  and none but candidates so selected  can have our-suppor.t.'. It is the peo-  }j]\ and not the newspaper men,  that should be consulted in all such  matters. ���������       .  (Spanish PpasHnts' Trick.  In'one respiHifi tlip ,Spanjsh peasants are  ahead of thc rest of r.lio vVoHd-^-thoy have  learned to make cocks hatch ettgs and look  after tho chickens, while tho hen, being at  liberty, can and does lay moro ejegs than  she would if hampered by her maternal  duties. -Tho trick is performed in this  way: Thoy carofullypluck tho feathers off  (~:\o roostor's underside, and tho bare skin '  ia then irritated with nettles until inflammation sots in. Tho. cock soon finds that  the pain ��������� caused by this oruel process is  mitigated by warmth and softness, und  this maiipp 'hihi'.jvillin^ and'eager, al-,  though for purely selfish"reVsp'ua, to hatch,  u brood and let the littlu ohieks sjfc undor  hiin,���������San Francisco Argonaut.  K-OHES GONE.    CLEAR SKIN.  Mrs Philip ���������Mitchell, St.Mary's, Ont.,  says !'.V!y little lioy, ngerl 10, was a  complete mass of sores, caused by bad  blood. We could find nothing lo cure  him. Finally! got a bottle of Burdock  pioorl Bitters, and before half the bottle was pone he hsgan to improve, and  by the time the bottle was finished he  had not a sore on him," ;  lil������n<1er In u CatuloBUO.  ��������� "Punishments���������Curious Collection���������A  Most interesting lot, 601110 perhaps a little  grewsome, but on the whole amusing (sic),  moro especially those punishments allotted  to certain wQiiien.���������A negro girl with u  Weight phaincd to her uncle (sic), by Bnr-  tolozzi, 17y?li is perhaps he nice nplato uk  uny in tho obricctiop,"rr-Kotes and Quo-  :ies,  ICfTcetivo Antidote.  "You know wlmt a soold Smally'R wife  Is? Well, he bi\S fintilly found a pleasant  relief froin her noiso."  "How's that?"  "Joined a brass band."���������Detroit Froc?  Press. _^ _^__  ^pha   bullot, from  a  inauscr  rifle  goet  tluV'.'gh'n. largo tree with   ease   It seem:  to   Lo  true  that  the   |ju!lc(; often  p.-issi-  through thelnunau body without disablin  n  combatant, the   wound of exit net ���������  seeding iii size that of ehtraneo, ���������, (  . The average life of a noto of the Iv.  at Knglaud is a little less than 70 1"  wotes aro nevar reissued. ;  BAIjy J3RJGHTNESS  Soon fades when Diarrhoea siezes on  the little form. Dr. Fowler's Extract  of Wild Strawberry has saved many  infants' as well n-s adults' lives. Mrs,  W. Walters, Richmond Street, Hamilton, Ont., Says :������������������"I cured my'baby of  a bad attack of Cholera by using Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry.  Nothing else did any good, hut the  baby improved from the first dose of,  the Wild Strawberry."  X3-  ���������^fV '���������'       ii-pert bicyclists,  , *,y   , .'d\i  j/y^.   have   already   suc-  yS,  '��������� >    */^\\U  I PM  ceeded in riding: a'  c>"^foM ft   Vy/A single/  wheel,    or  \V J A \^($% ������!"cycle, for s  short  '^jj distances./,. In years  to/come the unicy-  cle uiaj'becoiiie  ~. as coinrnon, a  _) < mode of' loco-  ~'4 motion as the  _^ bicycle., Orply a  "few years/ago  -~- people would  . y have laughed at  1 J. the idea that  'Jr all) the. world  ���������>-wo'uld shortly  be awheel. : .. '  It is not in me.-'  chanics alone that  the world is making rapid progress.; Not  many years ago'all physicians pronounced  consumption an incurable disease. A'fp-day  a, large propbrtion of people recognize'that  it is a distinctly curable disease. Doctor,  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures  98 per cent, of- all cases of consumption.  It has stood the test for thirty years. Thousands of people who were given,up by their  doctors, and had lost all hope, owe their'  lives to this marvelous remedy, '��������� It acts  directly 011 the lungs, driving out all impurities and disease germs., It restores the  appetite, corrects all disorders of the digestion, strengthens the weak stomach, makes  the assimilation of the life-giving elements:,  of the' food perfect, invigorates the, liver,  purifies the blood and tones the nerves. It  is the great blood-maker and flesh-builder.  It does hot make/flabby flesh like- cod liver  oil, but the firm, muscular tissue of absolute health. An honest dealer will not  offer you an inferior substitute for the sake,  of a little added profit.        .  Miss Mary., Whitman;- of East Dickinson,  Franklin Co., N. Y��������� writes :��������� "For nearly ten  months I linve had a,bad cough, and instead of  getting better, it grew worse. I was said to have  consumption. I tried Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and when tlie second bottle was  empty I had no cough and was cured.". , ������������������.      Good temper is  *������C-������*   *?   largely a mattei-  ,vj yy ,.*3..of irood health,  and good  health is largely a matter of healthy  activity of the bowels:     Dr. Pierce's ' Pleasant  Pellets cure constipation..'. They are safe, sure  and speedy,-and.buce'taken do not have to betaken always.    One little "Pellet" is a gentle:.  laxative, and two a uiild    yV   fit     i !_  cathartic.       They    never    S-������pi 2 8 p>T Q  gripe. Druggists sell them,    a  ,%xjiflWli.i3.  ������������������I"     mumianay  You need It to bear the daily burdens ol  life. If your back's weak���������Doan's Kidney  Pills will. Btrohgtheu it. If it pnins and  aches���������Doan's Kidnoy Pills will cure! it. No  experiment in taking Doan's Kidney Pills!  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After the drawing I shall -  forward to every ticket-holder tho ofliclal list of tho  winning numbers.  The payment and forwarding  of the amounts won  to those concerned will have my special and prompt  attention, and with the most absolute secrecy.  Jt-ITR emit tan ce of money can he made.by American  Hank-notes by registered letter or Postcfhce Orders.  Sntfll amounts can also be sent by postage stamps.  Jt57* On account of the approaching drawing ol  thc prizes, please address the orders immediately in all  confidence direct to  Samuel Hecksclier Senr.,  Banker,   Hamburg, Germany.  The latest Magazines^arrive daily;        >  ^    J ^all   .Pape  only;complete stock in tlie city;   ^p-Px^'xpy  Stationery in every style aiid quality.  Tlie Best Blaiik Books for al^  Small Wares to no end,,   V  Sporting Groods for all. = ;  EST  FOR /EVENING,AMUSEMENT.  Call and see one of the most complete;  stocks  of Otiurch Books, ScKooJ Supplies,  Ink, Cloth Bound Books, Musical Goods, &c,  in the Kootenay country.  'i  ������������������ -fi  ���������  ���������'������>������������������  ������������������'. '-Il  Tv'J]  I  ������������������������������������������  xi  i  7 h i  M  I  i  ���������:"-ii  ������������������������������������ 'a*.  ?.������i  '>M  Vi  ^^^^^^^^���������$?������$,'$>������$?  ia  \  ���������It  ri  Mining Review $2.00  per year in advance.  '���������'���������'J  ������������������5.5  ��������� I'M  HI  y m  A  Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks,  Sandon, B, C.  ill  \|  'r/  ml  <.) SATURDAY. MAT 21, 1898.  THE MINING REVIEW.  MiS_l Mi.  Don Garlos.Pretender to the Spanish  Throne.  "Who is Don Carlos, and who the,  Spanish Legitimists of whom much is  being heard these days?  Don Carlos considers himself thc  rightful king of Spain, and the Legitimists are his followers.  The origin of the  Carlist   imbroglio  dates back to 1833, when   king   Ferdi-  .   nand  VII.,   after   troublesome   reign,  breathed his last.    He  left  no   male  issue, but only   an   infant   daughter.  Donna Isabella.   The Salic law, which  had been in force sines 1713, excluding  jfercjales from the   throne,   the   crown  should .therefore have  passed   to   his  brother, Don Carlos.    But   Ferdinand  in the later years of his life had   beei.  jibsoluteiy under   thc   domination   of  his fourth wife, Chistinu of  Naples,   a  jliandsome   forcible   and unscrupulous  woman. Her sway had been confirmed  by the birth ef her  daughter.. Isabelle  in 1S30.   She induced  the   weak   and  ailing monarch to issue a decree disinheriting his brother in favor of his  infant daughter.     That ho   transcended  liie royal prerogative is generally  conceded.  Immediately ifftGr his death the  baby Princess Isabelle was declared  Queen of Spain, under the regency ' of  Jier mother. For five years afterward  the couutry was desolated by a terrible  pivil war carried on with varying fortune and unwavering ferocity, between  the Carlists and the partisan? of Isabelle. But Frunce and England sided  with the latter, and in 1839 Don Carlos  ciuiUod Spain in despair. Tho question  of succession appeared to be settled in  favor of Isabelle II., a child not then  in her teens.' '  Don Carlos, the first Pretender, died  in 1855. A second Pretender arose at  once in the person of his son, Don Carlos, Count de Montemolin. In I860 an  attempt was made.in Valencia to start  the Carlist insurrection afresh. The  Count was defeated. ITo and her  brother Ferdinand were captured.  They were released only after signing  a renunciation of all their claim to the  Spanish ihrqrip.  There was a third brofher,Don Juan.  In !������6S,when Queen Isabelle was forced  to fly from (Spain and Carlism once  more became a possibility, Don Juan  abdicated all his rights in favor of his  pop, the present Don Carlos, who thereupon became tho third Pretender. Nor  were his pretentions a mere pretense.  .Prim and Sagasta, the two most powerful members of the provisional government established after Isabellc's flight,  offered him the crown. But rhe gift  was conditioned On the promise' that  f.hp country sjio'uld have apop@tit������tioii,  9 nd that Church and State should be  separated. Don Carlos refused thc gift  ji'it canie trammelled Ijy ,ipy con?  t]itIons. He would follow the Carlist  t.r.iditions an(] be an absolute monarch  or none at all,  "When I come into my kingdom,"  he said, "I shall rule as I Hue fit."  It was a youth of 20 who spolec thus  firmly, for Don Carlos de los Dolores  Juan Iaidoro Josef Francisco Quirino  Antonio Miguel frfibrjel Rafael,1 ]Ruhc  pf Madrid and Pretender to the Spanish  t]ione, was born on March 30,18-18.  }     5GC 50C.     <?  I HP fl I  ATEuTIOi-I   TRAVELLING   PUBLIC  Cjoa   ������_j_t f  These watches are solid 14-carat  gold, and our usual list price for  them.here in England is .������5 (?^5)  each, but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, we will send you  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous ofiVr.   If  you   runt one, write us without \  deity.    With'your letter send us ���������>  50   cents   International    Money ������  >  Order, for wtiich we will send you i  \   a solid silver brooch,worth SI, md v  our oiler.   After you receive the ^  beautiful watch, we shall expect J  you to show it to your friends. %  and call their attention to this <  advertisement,    This   watch   is ������  sent free on registered  post on \  your complying with our ndver- \  tisement and our offer, and is war- <?  ranted for five years. ��������� Address��������� j  WATCHMAKERS' ALUA.NGE  <fc ERNEST GOO DE'S STORES,  jvrD., 1S4 Oxford St.London, Eng.  Money returned i f not more than  satisfied.  Leave Sandon 3or:ill CmiM ,:n.! Woum;  [.1 lints at 7.45 a.m. daily,  .-irrive Vancouver 13 o'cUa-I. ii >.l d \\.  ���������u-rive Seattle 17.35 o'clock ue.\l day.  arrive JXVl&on 22.30 o'clock sanic <by,  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive liossluml 23.30 o'clock- .���������.junnlay.  Hmmcdiate connection made at  junction points, no delay ; quick service and super)) acquitment arc few of  the many advantages ollered l.y this  line.  run 1 uiitJS 18 PATENTS  Scud a Rough Dia.v.-ini; in Lead Pencil ol  3SL&&JON, Ercpci r::-. Temple i;].i,- J,ioi.-  t real. The only flrm ol' grKtoato ej.Klni era  m the .Dominion tr.uitaeluijj patent bubintis  cx������ilusively.   HigbebL l-cfuienue?  IDEAS !  Can bo easily transformed into Fortunes  if uroperly handled. Wo assist inventors to  i/Circct their inventions and secure for them  no stronfiebt claims possible under paient  1.-IW3. ADVICE FJIEE. JTree: 100 page ilhis-  Li-.Ued book on Patents. MARION & IW*.  :iIOW, Experts, Temple Building, Mont-  trcnl. The only firm of graduate engineers  in tho Dominion transacting patent business  ���������inclusively.   Highest references.  \  4  DULY STIGE  FROIB THREE FORKS TO CODY.  Morning���������leaving   Three Forks at 8  o'clock.  Afternoon���������leaves Cody -it 11 o'clock.  Leaves Three Forks at 1 o'clock."  Leaves Cody at 4 o'c.ock.  J. J.  Mad itran.  Mr  r.'c  :ni  :e  c  4*  UNSOLICITED TJiSTIJIOS IA1,.  15 Princes SI., Birmingham, Enpf.  "I thank ,you very mucli lor the  beautiful watch you sent me freenf  chai-Re.      ]  have  tested  il   for  iiliier  months and it never varies one hnll-a- C  minute from one week'h  end to  11 n- ?  other."���������K. Wli.xs. s  '���������To give away a Gold Wntch  worth J  $K is certainly a vjilendld advertise- \  menf,hi]t,:i������tlie\Vati:hmakei-K'AiliaiH,e 3  Is tho lamest linn 01  watchmakers in 1  Englnnd.they can afford 11."���������KdltorX, J  Be sure find address your letter, 1S1, >  OXFOltU S'rilL'ET, LPMJON, ENGLAND. ?  f      Slake money order payable to H. IT. 3  1   Idle, cnbhlor. "������  SPOK/iNE FALLS ������ NORTHERN  Rf mm  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY  KELSON ������ FORT SHEPPARD Iff.  ��������� (S3*- ������S>^ ^1^ ������3b- ^s^ ������?-������?- ST.  .   Pjjoctor & McMillan,, Bros.   =���������- OF BALFOUR  Manufacture a first-class article in Pressed Brick; they arc selling at low figures. Any sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  ^  ^  &  Ka"slo  H. BYKR.S.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  TRENGTH CAME- BACK.  THE ONLY BOUTEto THAU. CREEK  and the mineral districts of the Colvlllo Iles-  ervatlon, "Nelson, Xiisio, TCnotoji/iy  '   Lake and Slocan points.  daily except sunday,  bktwees"  SPOKaKE.ROSSLAKD and nelson  COAST LUMBER.  LEAVE  10.00 a.m.  8.10 a.m.  S.00 a.m.  ..Kossland..  ....Kelson..  ..Spokane..  Ai.JtIVK  3.-IU p.m.  (I 00 p.m.  .0.00 p.m.  Flooring-, Siding, Ceiling, Mouldings,  Laths, Shingles, Doors and Windows,  Glass. Store and Office Fixtures,  "Yho Anvil or.co moro rings with iSie  strokes of his hammer.  Mr. ThoB. Porteotis, the well Imown  blacksmith of Goderich, Out, tells how  jloluiess and woakness gave way to health  and strength.   " For tho past four years my  No change of cars bctw-en Ppokiiiie r.nd  Rosslund, t  Closo connections at Nelson with  sicmiurs  for Kaslo and all Kootenay Inko iinlntc,  TasseiiRerB lor Kettlerlvor ..nil I'nmidary  creek connect ul Itarcut, wllli si.i^j daily.  serves have been very weak, my sloop fitful  and disturbed by dreams, consequently 1  ayes, my memory was often ctefeotiveand I  had fl'ufctering'or'tlio h'earc, together with &  sharp pain through it at times. In this  condition I was easily worried and felt  enervated and exhausted., rjpwomoDihsr������go  I Uegari taking Milburn's Heart and "Tervo  Pills, since that time I have been gaining in  health and strength daily. They have  restored, my naryi;?. to a henlthy condition,  ivinqvod all dizziness and lieaifc trouble, and  how I sleep well and derive comfort and  re-t .from it. That Milburn's Heart and  N'ervo Pills are a Rood remedy ior JSIervous-  iiosK, "Weakness, Hr-avt Trouble and similar  complaints goes without saying." Price  -SO eta. n hox'afc all dragi'istB or 'J.' Mlbtiyg  * Co., Toronto, lint.. ��������� ������������������������������������������-.  Duncan River Improvements.  R. S. Gallop who lias hud charge of  the government work of improving  $j-id"cleaning out thc Duncan river is  nt the Phair Mr. Gallop states that  ?3.000 was spent last-year on the river,  $3,000 this spring and it is probable  that another $3,000 will be spent next  ��������� fall. Thc river is now navigable for  15 miles above tlouser lake, mid the  steamer Idaho makes regular trips. A  trail is very badly needed from the  head of navigation, and if this were  built there would be a considerable  amount of mining development carried 'on this sujtnmer. There are a  large number of valuable- claims in  the locality which cannot be worked  for lack of transportation facilities.  A barge has been built on Housor  lake, to take horses across, and to  bring down ore for shipment to the  smelters. The Idaho will try to bring  the ore,down the .ioiver river, to Kootenay lake to meet the large steamers,  'i'he Gold Hill company have a number ot nien at work building a trail up  Houser creek to their property and are  taking up horses to pack in supplies  to their claims. They expect to do'  considerable work this summer.  And Soo Pacific Line  TIIIJ ]?AST AND SUJ'I'ilU'lK JtOUTlil  10 EASTERN UNO bUROPEAN POINTS.  -TO PACIFIC COAST AND FAR EAST POINTS.  TO RICH GOLDFIELDS OF KLONDYDE. YUKON.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE dally to St. Paul.  Dally except Tuesday 10 "Eastern, Canadian  and U. S. iioIuIf.  UnKgafjcchecked to desllnnlioii :.nc( llirongh  iieketsi^sue.'.  DAITjV ,CON.\KCTIO-V ti". the m-iin lino  points, excepliuii Stiiuliv���������to and lions  Nelson.  Train leaves Sandon dally at 7,-15 p. m.  Train arrives Sainton daily at 1.55p. m.  Ascertain iircscntredueedniios and lull inlor-  raation by addressing nearest local agent  or  A. C. H"ARTHUR, Asoiu, Sandon  W. V. Anderson.Trav. Pass. Airl.,Xelson  K. J. Coylo, Dlst. Pass. Agt . Vancouver.  BE   SURE  YOUJl   TIOKlflT  HEADS  VIA 0. r. II.  I  PACTORY AJTO YARDiNEXT TO ELECTJUC POWER-HOUSE,      SANDON.  \  %gfc*fcip  Kaslo and Slogan  Railway.  t4  4$  4fe  to  %f&  CARD.  A vegetable remedy for diseases  arising from Disor ' jred Liver, Sto������  macn or Bowels, such as Headacbe,  Biliousness, Constipation, Coated  Tongue, Bad Breath, Feeling ot  Languor, Distress after Eating, etc,  Miis. Claiu IIowe, Monoton, N.B., aayB������  " I used LaxH-ljiver Bills' for Hoadaohes  ftrid Liver Trouble, and they not only relieved mo but cured me. They do not  gripo or sioken and are easy to take."  Sold toy all Druggists at 25������,  a Vial op 5 fop $%00,  Leave  8.00n.m.        Ka������lo      Arrive :i.50 p.m.  S.8G   "       South Foil;      ���������'      a.i-1 "  "      9.3C   " Spoules <���������      3.15 ���������'  0.S1-   "       Wiatew,:tur       ���������      2.00 "  "     1U.0;?   "       Bear Lake       "      ].-!������ "  "     10.1S   "       JMcGuiuan       "       !.;������ "  "     10..T8   "   Cody Junction   "       1.12 "  ArrlveL0.50   " Sandon      Leave 1.00 "  Subject io change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time  UOI3EKT IRVING,  G. F. & P. A.  GEO. F. COPELASD,  Superintendent.  For cheap Knilruad ;md Slcanishi]7)  Tickets to and from nil points, :ipjjly to  B. Caiipbell, Aguiit, Sandon, B. G~. '"  4%  it  We have every  facility for  turning out the  h    best Mining; and <^>  4%  ft*  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.  ^y  *  a)  Wl  M  1  The  or  LIGHT ���������: WORLD  , OUR SAVIOUR IN ART.  lien Going  LtfCfi  ast  V     V  COKSTIPATIpN CUEEP.  It's important- you should have  'natural action of the bowels. Purging  and griping do violence to thc system.  Laxa-Liver P.'its are nature's . own  medicine for all disorders of the  Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Cure Constipation by toning the bowel wall and  stimulating the secretions. Leave  no after effects.  GftEAT MUSIC OFFER.  Send us the names and addresses of  three or more performers on the piano  or. organ, together with 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.   Address,  .  216-22l0������������9lfre*NoSoSo, 111.  #**������ ^^3, Ohicago,Ill  Cost over $100,000 to publish.  ��������� ..  .Nearly 200 full-page Masterpieces of  Our Saviour and the Mother, by Great  Masters., ���������        ,      "  "A perusal of this superb work is like  taking a tour through all the Art gal-  laries of IiStii-ope. ���������    .  ���������' A ghinoe at these  matchless, thrilling pictures brings tears to the eyes of j  everyone.  Chriistian men and women, pitying  for bom es are takingfrom ill roc to ten  orders daily here in Chicago and everywhere; ���������  Sells itself���������so beautiful when people see it they want it.  Selling rapidly all the way from the  Klondyke to Itio Janeiro. Never sold  in] this territory.  Published a year and'in its twentieth  edition. , '   ]���������  Presses running day and night; call,  and see it.  Get sole management of large field  and 100 agents and you have a fortune.  Salary ������900 to man or worn n in good  church standing to act as manager and  correspondent here.  Call ori address A. P. T. Elder, Manager   Subscription   Department,   189  Use a ilrat-clnss line in travelling between  Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, anil the  principal towns in Centr.il Wisconsin.  Pullman Pnlasc Sleeping and Chair Cars  in sorvice. , ' ,  The liinlng Cars are operated in the interest  of Ms patrons, the most elegant service ever  inaugurated.   Meals are served a la Carte.  To obtain first-class service your; ticket  should read via.  THE.WISCONSIN' CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago ann Milwaukee Tor Eastern points.  For lull iiuormatioa call on your nearest  tickot agent, or writo  J as. Pond, or J as. A. Clock,  Gen. Pas. Agt.. General Agent.  Milwaukee, Wis. 2-itS Stark St.,  Portland, Or. ;  Ml]  m  4*  :e  ie  Orders taken (or Printing  at Clifl'c's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  ^O^C^siKi ^feft^Kss^sS^  ^S^iii^ii^^SSSSSS^Sri^^^^^^^^m'iSS^^TSSS  Z?^������^Z3?&Zi:  p The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  <f$ before   the   public, / CLAIMED     WITHOUT  OPPOSITION.  Its Advantages as a Distributing  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in;-"Kootenay having  both railroad and steamboat connection that can  ship goods daily to ten different towns, whereby the  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that  they will be received^by the consignee within'two  hours.  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the  funnell as it weie, for tlie railroad business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, Trail Creek and]the Slocan  must, and is now passing out this way to the main  line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming  in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  NOTE. To substantiate this: The C. P. R.  are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,'  the first and only scales that has'been put in on any ' (  of the C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance rof Jthis point by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City,  where you can step oil the steamer to a waiting  train and continue' your journey. You can take  either a north or south train at this terminus; consequently Rosebery is the'best transient town in  the race. Nervertheless we claim Slocan City  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  ROSEBERY AND SLOGAN CITY.  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the . careful  observation ofthe Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  Kootenay forjhe treatment of ores Ithe cheapest,  Rosebery was selected, and they now are erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which  will be in operation within 90 days; and it is their  intention to pay out monthly in the vicinity of  $100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the  largest water power from Wilson river flowing into  Slocan Lake.  AS TO CLIMATE.  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Slocan  Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and  absolute shelter from the north; snow always  leaves the place about the 15th of March.  AS A TOWNSITE.  As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer. It  is possessed of all the flat land available at the  mouth of the Wilson river leading to the valley���������  mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect. All purchasers of lots are safe in this  respect. The only safe speculative townsite in the  Slocan is Rosebery.  Why should T say the only safe speculative town-  site in the Slocan ? Because ;Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each and are  bound to increase rapidly this summer, d These  .������������������figures'can, and will, double before long. The  time to buy is now. Don't waittill they arc from  $700 to $1,000, as you did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.  RADE  iVlARKS  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sendtas a slcetph and description may  quickly ascortnln our opinion freo whether iin'  Invontton ta probably patentable. Communications strictly contldontlnl. Handbook on Patents  sont. freo. Oldest accney for secnriiifr patents.  Patents tnkon through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In tho  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnrtrest oir-  cnlntion of nny sclontuin .louriinl. Tonus. $:i r,  voar! four months, SI.- Sold by nil newsdealers.  iilrt&Go.36tBroadwfly^8wYqrl(  Brunch Ofllce, C3D W Ht.t WnstiltiHtoiii V, p.  Do you see this  package?  keep it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete '  <������?>  T?  See that this is  what you get.  *���������  *  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  '��������� We want a restaurant.  .   We want a good hotel right away.  '.. We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop.  Anyone looking for an opening spy out this  place at once.  Maps and price-lists on application; prices run  from $75 to $200.  TERMS : One-third cash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders special terms can be  arranged, for a few lots by applying to  A, M. BEATTIE, General Agent, Rosebery.  4  *������������  4f  *sr  "fl" Ph      '"' ������  \ -������������������' AW THE MINING; REVI&W.
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: ��� ��� Slocan City.is going to celebrate the
4tbof July. ...      .���������' ���/���      .'���."-,-.-
".New Denver ., is. shutting up hotel
��� bars on Sunday. "/:.'/.,/    ' - ���'/'
��� '������' The' Sandon Fire Brigade. hope ..to
carr v off the S50 prize at Kaslo on tbe
:.24th".'/\ '���'.'., ;...'/''/ .���   .   :" :<//��.. ./������..���
i "' What with the attractions at Kaslo
and Silverton on the 24tlr;,:Sando.i^ii,
be 'an.orphan./ ''���������.       '/���" '.',;������
'/""'������'Silver has reached-yTt .again -which
is the highest it has   Deeii   since  31st
/December last.'    /   "-
V The Ivanhoe.hotel .{rot a new dress
of paper this spring which adds, touch-
to its appearance.
The Ottawa 'government is not going
to again touch the Yukon railway bill.
With them it is dead.      .
���The Reco company  are shipping a
; lot of: zinc ore  they, had, in .town  iu
sacks a part of the winter.    '-.;,..-
: Hanimond Bros, commenced packing for the Reco mine on Wednesday,
the mules being now all in harness.
Mr... Billetdeau Was . unfortunate
enough to ' 16-e" his infant child on
Wednesday. .'The funeral, tooh place
on Friday.- ./.'    ,. '
. A valuable dog belonging to , S. A.
Dewood was -poisoned last .week by-
some'fellow who has more, spleen than
is good,for him.   :'       ���;���   ���
/ The indications are that a number
of new mines in these parts that heretofore, did .but-little shipping will ship
considerable this season.
The Rev. A. M. San ford will return
,; from conference this evening and , will
'/ hold services at the usual'time; in the
/..Methodist church to-morrow. ;   ���
������Mr. Buckley is ropapering'and refitting the Clifftoh House,  which is adding very much to the appearance of
/ that already comfortable house. .
/And  now   Lord  Aberdeen:,has   resigned.   It is just a/question   if  Tapper's attacks on his '. partisanship   has
./not something to do with his recall.  <>
���-''/-,,We would advise Kasloites, when
the Sandon boys are in the ring, to
muzzle������, their hydrants or provide
themselves' with waterproofs and, um-
:. brellas.       /-/
'/Mcintosh's B. A., company   is said
tb; have   bought   the  Halcyon   Hot
/.Springs/ '. If things continue they will
soon be buying : Kootenay   hens   and'
chickens. .',.���        ������' ;��� '���'���.'
Main Bros,  have now   a neatly ar-
'.;��� ranged. show room oh Reco ave.   The
firm may establish a distrilmtingware-
��� house at Rosebery, carrying:a stock of
''liquors there.'   :   ���
Be not deceived!   A cough, ho-irse-
, ness or croup are not to be triflled with.
, /A'dose in'time of Shiloh's Cure   will
-save you much trouble.   Sold at McQueen'^ Drug Storey        '/
���' A break in the. water pipe up the
south hillon Sunday evening lessened
the population at the churches somewhat/ It was a case of "WJiat^ent
ye out for to see?"   ;���. ,..';'
A meeting ofthe Selkirk - Mining ;&
Milling Co.,7 stock' holders   is   called
' for the"24th of June at " 2   m.   for   the
���':: purpose of electing directors and transacting other business.
. Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizer
immediately relieves sour stomach,
-coming up of food distress, and is the
great kidney mid   liver remedy.:   Sold
��� at,McQueen's Drug Store.
Mr. Lane has erected a stable on the'
site   formerly   occupied   by   Bartlett
Bros.   He has ,20 head, of horses   and
'"mules ready to put into the ore   packing as soon as the mines aro ready.'
, ���',, Karl's,01 over Root'Tea is a pleasant
laxative. Regulates the bowels, purifies the blood. Clears,the complexion.
Easy to take and plcaianfe to take:'' 25
'. cts.,   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.
The Spokesman-Review sold the 'Le
Roi   mine,   sixteen   times   by   actual
' count, and a cheque of half a million
has been paid on  the   sixteenth   sale.
.; All the former sales are yet. .to he.u-
from.
It is understood the., government in
making enquiries about the probable
cost of a wagon road to the Queen Bess
mine. This looks as if the promise?
made to the Sandon delegates were
likely to be fulfilled.
The Ledge says an immense deposit-
���of crystalline lime has been found on
the High Tower across the lake. - from
���New Dt-nvor. There is no doubt but,
that from thc formations there is plon-
,'tv of-lime stone in this country, but to
find it in this form is,' much better
news. " ,
From reports we learn the Bartlett
Brop. are not finding packing on the
Skagway trail all they expected it to
be. They did well lor a time, but
travel has" so fallen off that they have
decided to push :on to Dawson City,
and try their luck in the more northern country.
.The C. P. B. excursion;; train will
leave at 6.45 on the morning of the
24th. .'���,.. ������     .' ��� ..-������;,.'..
"Jeff" Davis is now Mayor of Grand
Forks. Hope Ke: won't champion
slavery: ;\   ������,-'������...:���:..���  ., "������.'���
,It is,generaiiy'understood a;S,000 -;ef
the su'ppli.-menliiry estimates; ,'will go
tbthe Three Forks road:
Rossland ' Liis a porting woman
named Ague s Rt'll- This is "hell upon
earth"'aud no nrstake.,,. -     "
',, ,What's become of '-K'aslb?'; A black
bear was killed tlie other, day within
two miiesol'the,heart of the place.,
: A/local paper says "J. Shanks-ran
down to Is'i.ison yt-yterday." There is
nothing1 strange, in shanks running
any where at any time.    '.'.'���/      ���.���'������.".    ������
Cure that cough with Sliiioh's Cure.
The best cough cure.. Relieves croup
promptly. One/million bottles, sold
last year. ,40 doses for 25,cts. Sold at
McQueen's Drug Store.   ������ '!:   ,
Ladies, tike,-tho best.' If you .are
troubled wit/h-���/'constipation, sallow
skin, and a tired feeiing, take Karl's
Clover Tea., It.' is pleasant .,to take.
Sold at'MeQ.uueii'a Drug Store. ./>;'
ThoB. UJNiiW-v wants the C. P. R; to
.liake close coniiuo.iui'is , with the, K.
and S. at'SindOi'. Of,-.necessity it has-to
make them at'Reve'lstoko, and the . nr-
rivals and departures must be/determined by['tliose uf tlie north.
By the e.apsizing of a canoe on Monday last :it Nt-lson, in the arm of; the
lake two voting tuen.named .fas. Hut-
tihius and Fr<;d Ur.ffi'll were drowned
imout 500 yards Trorn shore. Both
could swim but became exhausted -. before reachiii.: shore.".: - ���'.   ,. ..'
, Peter Clii!(-,cwho. l-.as been in' jail
since April 20th on a cliargc of ehoot-
ing a dago named Angelo Cirianni,
oame .before Judge Forin Thursday
afternoon, says the Tribune. The evidence of four Italians was taken, which
was .very much against Cline. W. A.
Galliher appeared for the.prisoner, and
when the case for, the prosecutian 'was
all in he said ; he would reserve his:
evidence. Gli.n'e was aecordingly committed. .
EHEV^rxacsx:
la' '-"-'J?
���Is a pure concentrated, food ; a delicious strength-giving;'specific7,
for the invalid or the victim of a, weak stomach, and a refreshing
and invigorating bever'oge to the.healthy.;/ Like'other preparations possessing genuinemerit, it is followed by
',;=;#uMERpUS ��� I^FEEIOR/IMITATIONS/'; :
-All. of which are dependent for their'sale mainly upon ':
Pilfering. Its Merits and Reputation;���';.
/   Do not be deceived when you. purchase prepared.condensedr
foods, either animal or vegetable, but take only tlibse,prepared by..-.
\m
m
:L0HD0N>-;ENGLM..
iiii
- 27-" Sn-.-PEfER-- ��� STREET;
'MONTREAL, CAMDA.
This company can. claim many years of experience in the pre-
paratiohof condensed Foods/haying supplied such'for nearly all
TH18-
i-- ^KCTIC-.-EXFLOSflTION.' EXFEBITIOWS.'
British
of the'pasl ten;years,,' and for   the   campaigns  of the
Army in Africa and A*-ia during the .same: period,,c' , '
PEKSOSTAL   MENTION.
' Now that the . R. E. Lee has been
bonded to an English company at a
large .figure, it is but reasonable to
suppose heavy Wurk will be done at
the mine r.his summer. Gradually
English companies arc coming to see
that, taking all expenses into_account,
there are heaps of money in silver-lead
properties.
Cannon, the K. & S. section hand,
wh�� "so far forgot himself" as to whale
Albert McDougal over the head with
a.12-pound crowbar about a week ago,
and who was later sent to Nelson for
trial by Magistrate Lucas, got his deserts at Nelson before Judge Forin. On
the advice, of his counsel Cannon
pleaded guilty and received a sentence
of two months.       ,��� ���
The K. and S. train duo to leave Sandon at 1 p. m. on May 23rd will be held
to connect with the C. P. R. Iniin due
at 5 p. m. A special (rain will leave
Sandon for Kalso at 7.30 a. m. on the
morning of May 24, returning will
leave Kaslo at 4 a. in. the following
morning. If there is crowd enough to
justify the running of a twin on the
evening of the 24th one will.be run.
Bound trip fare S2.05. To get the benefit of. the reduced fare passengers must
purchase tickets at station as the conductor willcharge full fare on train.
Mr. E. J. Field, has gone on a protracted visit to.Spokane.    ��� ���-'-��� ::    .-    ;,'
A. E. Cameron 'returned' frpih- the
.JSpt Springs on Monday. ''       '   ���
, D. R.,/Young,. ol' the/.Slocan City
News, was iii the city oh Tuesday., '
',-��� J. Camcrbii,' of the K. & S., has gone
on a 'long visit to,, the Western States.
G.ns Boettober, "conductor on tho K:
AS. h.-:s returnod .from, his long vacii:
tion, aiid is On duty again.  , '���'���-'.=.=
Mrs. Fallows and infant daughter returned from Nelson the other day, and
now W. W. is himself again.
7 Aid. Crawford, who has,been, quite
ill for some weeks, is now.able to be
out again, but still feels the effects' of
his illness. / /
/ Mrs. (Rev.) Powell, of New Denver,
spent a few .days with Mrs. San ford,
during the absence of the Rev. gentle-.
men at conference, returning this
morning. / .
G'.'N. Main, one of the Main Bros,
here, who has been i*i Itegina for spine
time settling up some of the remnants-
���of tlieirlate business there, returned a
few clays ago. ,.   /
Mr. Thomas, who has been in the
Bank, of ii.. N.A. here for about a year,
leaves next week for Vancouver where
he/will receive a promotion in the
same instil utiofi.
Mr. J. M. .Buckley is taking a well-
earned holiday, leaving in a few nays
for a two-months' visit in tin.) west, to
look over some mining properties, and
other interests be has in'different parts
of the country.
Messrs. j. M. Harris and F.T.Kelly
left on Tuesday'lor a Tour months' visit
��� to the'i m rents of tbe foimer in Virginia.
Whiie nwiiv '. t'lu'v' ate likely to visit
Washington tinVl many other, points of
.in'terest- in the n6nth country���pcr'hajis
Cuba, Porlo Rico,, etc. Mr. Harris if.
always an active business man with
much to attend to while here, which
will make tlie surcease from bu.-dneis
and its intricacies all the niore enjoyable
KOR .OVEa FIFTY YEAUS.
'Mrs-. "\Vliislov.-,s-.Soi)t.hing Syrup.lias hcoii
used by millions of liiothorH for thoir cliik.Irun
while "teething. !.r liisturbed at night and
broken of your rotit by a sielc child,1 stirloring
and eryinj with pain of euttini; teeth. Send
at, onee and get a" bottle (.("MrH.'Wiri.shnv.'s
Soothing Syrup" for children tent hi si ��.'It,
-.v-i It relieve the poor little suflercrjiiuiriucllat-
ly. Depend upon it, raot.lier.-j, tl-.cre is. no
mistake about It. Iteui-osdlairhce.-i, regulates;
'the stomach and bowel'-, curies V\"ind Colic,
sollens theguiris'and reduces Inflammation,
and gives tone and epergy to the system.
""Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for ol: iklrou
teething is pleasant to tlie taste and is; the
prescription ot one of the oldest "and best,
female nh.vsieiuns ami-nurses in the United
States." Prie'e twenty-live cents a bottle.
Sold, by all druggists throughout the world.
Jiesureand ask lor "Mrs. "Winsloiv'HSoothing
Syrup." '
'New York, May-IT/���A dispatch froni
Afariilbi, (latod- Slay 12, via Hong Kong,
May 1G, say's that tho 'Spanish ' iron
���'gunboat Onl!.-io,2!)S.tons burden, cqttip-
piMl with' four 'isiodcr/i guns and carry-f
ing a, crew of 35 .liien,, has .. been ; cajj-
tti'rod "liy iVdmjr'iil Dewey. 'The ''com-
jnandrr of the Callao cinno to' Ca'vit,
��� nxpectiiig/tb find, the Spanish fleet
there: -,-Th'n Oallap had been stntioned
in the Soutln-rn Islands for the pa 11(5
months mid liad not hoard of war be-,
ing declared'. The .'presence of the
A nie ri--.-i.il fleet'.was % 'great surprise.
Tli'.; snrrciidcr was only niade al'tor
sewr-jviJ shot,* had been put across her
Ix'uvs,' causing ibp.':Coi-"i.niandc'r...i.o. rV>a-
lizo that soinc-thing serious was meant.
VIGOR FOR HEART AND NERVES.
Milburn's Heart ond/LServoPills eur,e
-Ana-emir.-, "Nervousness, Sleeplessness,'
\yeaknoss,'' 'Palpitation,. Throbbing,
Faint Spoils,Dizziness.o.r any condition
arisingTrom Impoverished Blood, Disordered Nerves'-'or Weak Heart.  '-'
, How a person;, can gain a
pound a day by taking an
ounce of Scott's Emulsiom
is hard to explain, but it
certainly happens. \,;.'
"-��� It seems to start the digestive /-. machinery'' '"working:
pfopferly. / You obtain /; a
greater  benefit   from    your
���food. ... 7'-<"- ;
The oil being predigested,
and combined with the hv-
pophosphites,' mak.es. a food
tonic of wonderful flesh-
forming','power. V
L   All physicians know this
to to be a fact..
���'.. All drti^sijtc; 50c. mi'J-Sl.oo. o
SCOTT &   BOWNE,      Chemists, Toronto
jt^^SgiS'
For SalW CheapV
Parties!wishing to purchase a/b'igii
grade, bicycle cheap can do so by coin-
munioating with this"office.'- Reasons
forselling is that it Cannot be used in
Sandom -; '. ,-   -   '���' ���<..-'    ���:���/'������;'    \
i. 0. o, r:
Silver City Lodge, 3NTb. 39, meets every Friday eyeuing.at 7.30 o^oloek.in Crawford's hall.
/.F. C'SEWELL, X/G.//   I.-';' .''';.��� ' /
���   M. L^ GRIiMMETT, V.G.Grand. ''
G.W. WA1TP3, Rec.,Se,c.���"'.'���"..        '"/'      -
All sojourning brothers  cordially invited
to attend. ' ���      , .' - ��� -..
To Wiiom It May Goncern.
;;v./'W:;FIJRmVia^^^^^^^
"The" Mercintile Auctioneer, is now
prepared to handle all kinds of merchandise, mining stocks, .'&cV    /
Parties wishing i'b consulthim.please
address W. FURNIVAL, P. Q. Box 117,
Sandon, B. C.
Licensed Auctioneer for thebrovihee.
��,w��.��,k,M.i,i.'<,ri,r��;rv.r^.*,KM./%i'^.'��wM.��'i^:.ru'��,ru'��.i��
K  it h* ��� e * ���
SANDON, B. 0.
���
Y
Notice.
: _Tlio Sandon Transfer Company has'
dissolved the partnership . heretofore
existing between CA. H.Stirritt and 'B.
A.Cameron, A. H. Stirritt retiring
fronr the business���.aiid E. A: Cameron-
continuing, tho'trans Icr business in; his
own name'.. !J). A. Cameron will collect
alloutstanding accounts'of ' the -Company, and'pay "off its liabilities./
Certificate ef ImproYements;
���'����� ���/ .'���.,-; ��� .  ;.     g'   ' /���;.,,.
-'���/'-;.,,/:-'\:.NOTICE./ ."../'//
Randon Mineral Cliiini situate in the Slocan
".Mlnlnsr Division ot West Kootenay Dls-
���trie.   Whoro ��� located':   Joining  the  east
...side line of the Bluebird Claim on Carpenter creek.
Take notice that I, Charles A. Stoess, bl
Kaslo, R. C, acting as agent, for James L.
llonteomcv V. M. C, Xo. -1,050 A. and Daniel
C. Gorbin, P.M. C. 'Xo. 1-iniA. and George D.
Potter, F. rUYC.'No. -1750 A. Free Miner's Certi-
fieai.e, intend, sixty days I'ro'in tlie.date hereof
to app!y;fcrtlio. Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements; tor the purpose of
obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.
And lurt.her take notice that action, under,
section 37, must be, commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30(.h day of April, 189S.
'���������     -   ,    CHA1ILKSA. STOESS.
n>n By Old Established House-High
|J" Grade Man or Woman, of good
church standing, to act as Manager hero and
do office work and correspondence at their
home. Business already built up and established liorc. '��� Salary $1101). Enclose self-addressed stam ped envelope for our terms to A.
P.'.T. Elder. General Manager, ISO Mich, ave.,
Chicago, III. ... /������,....   ;
"���'    "' "--���������    '<!,- '���''������-
EDUCATION
i\Totice is hereby given that the sm-
- nual examinatioi-V of candidates
for certificates of qualification to teach
in the Public Schools (>f the Province'
will beheld as follows, commencing on
Monday,'July 4th, 1S9S, at SA5 a. m :���
Victoria. In South Park  School
Building.
Vancouver .In High School Building.   .'    ..
Kamloops In Public School Build-
in^!.
Each applicant must forward a no-
lice, thirty days before the examination, stating the class ami gra.de of certificate for which he ��� will be a
���janoidate, the optional subjects,
selected, and at which of the above-
named places he will attend.
Every notice of intention to be an
applicant, must be accompanied with
��atisfactory testimonial of moral character.
Candidates are- notified that all of
the above requirements must be f'ul-
lillcd before their applications can be
filed.   ...'���.
All candidates for Erst Class, Grade
A, Certificates, including , Graduates,
must attend in Victoria to', take the
subjets prescribed for July ,18th and
14t.li instants, and to undergo .required
oral examination.
S. D. POPE.
Superintendent of Education.
Education Office, 7
Victoria, flJa> 4th, 189S. myo.
Mr. Stephen Wescott, Freeporft,
N..% found (Burdock Blood Bitters)
a wonderful blood purifier and gives
his experience as follows: "I was
very much run down in health and
employed our local physician who
attended me three months, finally
my leg" broke out in running" sores
with fearful burning1. I had thirteen running sores at one time,
from my knee to the top of my foot.
All the medicine I took did me no
g-ood, so I threw it aside and tried
B. B.B.; when one-half the bottle was
gone, I noticed a change for tho
better, and by the time I had finished
two bottles ray leg was perfectly
healed and my health greatly improved."
M. L. Grrimmett, i/.l.b.
��� .Barrister,-' Soucitok,    Notary
Poplic, Etc.   ��� ' .,.'
..Sandon,     B. O.
���,-..    ..:   -  '��� b-     -���; -  '.-      ; ���    -
American  Plan, /S3..50 per day.
European   Plan,; $2.00 per/day.
Strictly First-class.
MRS. .I. A. SMITH, Prop;
i/'.f,i.,'i.ri<Mj*i
'..(���i**it#r*iM,#*u'i.r������!.��'k^i��#"\<".*ri.*^;**ji
tie: Hdieri/flfcHiter ���
Sf.rietl v First-clnss.
SpDcia! Train and Steamboat Service
1   /iFor.'the day will be as follows:   .
7.30 a.m! lve; -Nelson   arr 9.40p.m.
11.15 a.m. arr Silverton������;ivc ,6.1.0'p.m.;
,6.45 .a.m. lve  ^Sandon   arr '9.00 p.m.
,8/55 a.m. arr Silverton lve 6.30 p.m.'
"   Above includes service to and from
all intermediate points.
Tickets on sale by allC P. R.
T3gents,-at single fare for round trip.
Purchase same before boarding trains
or steamers.
POJITMANN B110S.& CO:, Props.
:$IO0: Rewai-cl.:W
One Huhdtod Dollars will be cheerfully and p'rtjmptly"pai<'l- lor any- case
of. runkenncss (the Diijitor Habit), or
Tobacco Habit that ".Ryan's Alohp'iie
and Tobicco Cure", will not cure in
two weeks. 'Tlie' same remedy cures
both the liquor habit and Tobacco
Habit at tlie same time. Send to-day;
you cither get cured or make'one hundred dollars. SL'iit by mail postage
paid to any part of th world for One
Dollar.    Address all orders to.
R.'Ryan, it.'A.C.
Gower Point, Ont.
Good  Sa mpie Booms.'" ���
Good Table".    ; '���
; best Brands of Liquors and
Cigars.      '
it eco a vex arc, sandon..
HOME WORK
KOlt
FAMILIES.
, We want a mimher of families to do
work ior 11sat home, whole or spare
time. The work wo send our workers
isquickly and easily done, and returned by parcel post lis 'finished. Good
money made at home. For particulars
ready to commence- send name and
address. TUB STANDARD SUPPLY
CO.,-Kept. ��., London, Ont,
1
a
l
���Jr=in=JT^>r==Jr-
sJ
sass
AGENTS.���"The, best Life of Her Majesty I
have seeiii" writes Lord Lome abont ,"Queen
Victoria." Asents make live dollars daily.
Outfit tree. BUADLBY-GAUUETSON CO.,
Limited, Toronto.
���TOUNQ-
.OR OLb
Ad'ENTS.���lJoolr.business is better than for
years past; also have better and faster selling books. Atjenls clearlnj; from $10,000 to
-SlO.iHWl woclclv. A. few leaders are: "Queen
Victoria." "Life ol Mr. fJladstotie," -'My
Mother's Rible Stories." -'J.'rdirressive Speaker." "Klondvke Gold Fields," "Woman,"
'.'Glimpses of Lhe Unseen," Break last, Dinner
and Supper," "Canada:- nil .Encyclopedia,."
Hooks'on tirn'e. Ouiiifs free 10 cauvas.se.rri.
'I'm-: BRADLEY-GAitUWrSON CO.. Limited,
Toronto.
Losses5 Weak
Varicocele, etc.
Suffering from   Drains
Back,   Impotency,
I say to you as man  to  man,  as physician  to
patient,  Drugs Never Cure. --Why;not
use nature's own simple remedy ,
With my Electric Belt anb Supporting ^uepensoi^,
I  ctired  5,000 last year.   Book���'Three  Classes  of
Men,' explaining all,  sent  sealed free upon request.    Or, if
you live'near by, drop in and consult me free of charge.,
(There is but one genuine Eleetrict Bolt/and that in the Sanden.' Doirt be deceived by cheap, worthless imitations.' I have had 30 years' experience and control patents covering every part of my'bolt.) ',.',.
DR. R. SANDEN;' '156 St. James Street, Montreal, Sue,
Full Prices. Correct Selection
Kopes & Tags Furnisbc-d Fiee
i~*&... _
TALLOW, QIN5ENQ, SENECA.
5<^- Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices, "��a
Immediate  ftEMi'rrisrcJJs.:'
No Commission Chargkd.
200 FIEST AVE.. NOETH,
t\mmm?ouj>
&f-f
e i��jinn-ntu3Aia(.r r
!'i
.;Cl^ariing;:^^ch;^
MamsJDring $1.50. / ��� -y-
\:    No one can.'give satisfactory'work, at-lower "rates
/   and guarantee the same.' 'What, does a guarantee
mean ?    It means that when I clean a watchi it runs
.;������.,'���. .i.2 months.-   Should dirt be the cause of stoppage,
.' ��� I clean it��� again free Of charge.'    Should a  main--
���' "spring break inside of ra months, a new one willbe
'.,���.'��� putin ;  your ,watch"kept with a mainspring during,
that time.    :A11  other  repairs... guaranteed in "the.
, same /way. ���' ' ���.  /. ,      ���/' ��� ���?���'������.- ��� '���"'���'        ���������'������" :���. : ���������. ,���   ''-.-���/
.'/-, Qrdersby mail promptly attended to. ���/./��� ' .;:^
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
4
Bruce White.
N. JvCavanaugh.
MM 1 CAYANAU6H
Manufacturers of and dealers
in Rough; and Dressed Lumber a specialty. / '"������"
Estimates furnished.
.���'.���    ; Coiitiactors and Builders.
OFFICE AND MILL. CODY, B.C.
AND OTHER INVESTfflENTS^
Every Kepresentation, Guaranteed.
SANDON. B.C..
^XDENTIST.yyM"
VIRGINIA BLdCK./SANDON,
,-'. All work,promptly executed!    ,.    :'-''A
g-        WHEN Iff SilKbON STOP /3T THE
^   ��� ���������.;:' '��������� .������������������.'      .���:-:.: ���'��� '���������
��3 SANDON, B. C; Eates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.
^ ��� Headquarters for Mining   . /***/���   .
fe- and Commercial Men. R. CUNNING,. PKO^RrETOR.
1
R^JSi^^^^JiJ^Vfe^aii^^^
At Sandon, Rossland, Kelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.
Sandon.     /    Slocan. City;
s
���til
m
in our line.; A fine selection of Worst-.
Everything Up-to-date ^^^dS^^S
Agents, for the/Dominion Piano, and Organ Co.
WHEN YOU ABE AT BEAR LAKE STOP AT THE
FIRST-CL/I55 HOTEL.
RATES���$2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.
0-
LB
H. L McDonald, Proprietor.
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