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Array ^u^^v^^^^^^  N  ) r:  YOL. 2.    1STO. 19.  SANDON, B. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  Catalogue of the Samples Sent to  Hew Westminster;  The Kaslo-SIocan���������Ainsworth���������Lar-  do Duncan ore exhibit now on exhibition at the New Westminster Provincial Fair, and is the'finest ever collected in British Oolumbi a. It consists  of 153 well'selected   samples,   and   is  ?<   ~    -      ' r     ' ,     ��������� '  catalogued as follows :   , -  No. 1;-'"   Arlington,    Springer   creek,  Arlington Mining Co.,398 oz.silver,���������  lean.  No. 2.   Ajax, Sandon, A.   W.   Wright,  225 oz. silver, 77 per cent lead.  No. 3.   Antelope,   McGuigan, 190  oz.  silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 5.-Antoine, McGuigan, J. C.'Ryan,  *{? 486oz. silver/ 64 per cent laad.  No. 6."   Alice, Spring Creek, L.   Lindsay, 320 oz. silver, 35 per cent lead. ,  No. 7.     American   Boy,    Sandon,   P.  Burns, 125 oz. silver, 76,per cent lead.  No. 8.   Alameda, Jackson Creek,   Geo.  Alexander, 131'oz. silver, 68 per cent  lead.  No. 9.   Ben Hur, Kaslo Creek, Briggs  Bros., 149 oz. silver,'68 per cent Tead.  - No- 10   Bon Ton, Jackson Creek, Capt.  R. C. Adams, 565 oz.   silver,   65   per  cen lead.  No. 11. -Bosun, New Denver, It. Sandi-  ford.  No. 12, B. N. A.,' Kaslo   Creek,   Green  - Bros, and'McLean.-,    ,  ~No.u13.   Bannockburn, Duncan River,  D. McPhail, 56 gold, 50 pz. silver, 65  ' per cent lead. . . '  No. 14.   Black Diamond,   Ainsworth,  Maxwell Stevenson, 30 oz. silver',.60  per cent lead. .>���������_   ', "  No. 15.' Black Diamond, -Ainsworth,  Maxwell Stevenson, milling ere. _   ���������  No. 16. Bright Hope, WoodGury Creek,  280 oz. silver, 60 percent'lead."  No. 17.   Biemark, Kaslo Creek,   F. , P.  Sherwood, 400 oz. silver, 76 per . cent  lead. .'     '       ' - ' ' .   ' ���������  No. 18.   Bullion, Kaslo Creed,   T.   G.  Proctor, 600 oz. silver.  No. 19., Cumberland, Idaho Basin, 180  - oz. silver, 75 per, cent lead.    ' '    ,  No. 20.'   Climax; Crawford Crebk, 3 per  cent Cobalt. "       .-     "-   '-  No. 21.   Chapleu, Sloean City, F. Dick,  $70 ingold; 40 oz. silver.- -'  No. 22. '.Cowboy, Spring   Creek, ' Garland & Pap worth, 14o oz. silver,   75  per cent lead.  No. 23.   California, New Denver, A. J.  Marks,125 ozs. silver,65 por cent lead.  No. 24.   Climax, Lemon   Creek,   Getting & Henderson,S100 io $500 inGold.  No. 25.     Congress,    Jackson    Creek,  Tretheweyl&Bucke, 400   oz.   silver,  65 per cent lead.  No. 26.     Castle  Mountain,   west    of  Whitewater Creek, W. V. Papworth  $75 gold, 40 oz. silver.  ' No. 27.     Clapp  "group,     Woodbury  Creek, $20 gold, 100 oz. silver.  No. 28.     .Carbonate    No.   2,    Spring  Caeek, A.J. Donaldson, 274 oz. silver,  70 per cent lead.  -No. 29.   C. P. Mining and Milling Co.;  Woodbury Creek.  No. 30.   Copper Queen Goat River, W.  Slade, $15 gold, 8 per cent copper.  No. 31.   Ceala, Whitewater Creek, Mat  Oledo, $100 in gold.  No. 32. Climax,Crawford Creek,Climax  Mining Co , $7.50 in gold, 16 per cent  ,   ' copper.   >  No. 83.'  Charleston.Whitewater Creek,  J. E. Mitchell, 3200 pz. silver.  No. 34.   Charleston, Whitewater, J. E.  Mitchell, average 750 oz.   silver,   63  per cent lead.  No. 35.   Dolly   Varden,    North   Fork  Carpenter Creek.  No. 36.   Dardanelles,McGuigan,Trethc-  woy & Bucke, 200 oz. silver, 15   per  cent lead.  No. 38.   Dublin Green, Jackson Creek,  Jackson Mines.  No. 39.   Enterprise, Ten-Mile,   Creek,  250 oz. silver, 50 per cent. lead.  No. 40.   Echo,   Jackson   Creek,  Echo  Mining & Milling Co.,. 175   oz.  silver,  70 per cent'lead.  No. 41.   Evening Star,Slocan~City,Geo.  Pettit. 980 oz. silver.  No. 42/ Early Morning.Lnrdo River. .  No. 43.   Fitz, North   Fork' Carpenter  Creek, T. Trenary, 500 oz. silver.  No. 44.   Fletcher, Dyle Creek, $30   to  $132 in gold.  No. 45.   Fourth of July, Spring Creek,  E, C. Musgrove, 174 oz. silver, 68 per  cent lead.  No. 46.   Fisher Maiden, Silverton, F.  Watson, 280 oz. silver.  No. 47.   Free Gold, Lemon-Creek, $150  gold and silver.  No. 48.   Great Britain, Lemon  Creek,  $12 gold and $150 oz. silver.  No. 49.     Golden   ������ate   group,   Davis  Creek, Pollock & Lay too, average $26  in gold. '  No. 50.   Glue Pot, Kaslo Creek.McKay  & Bearman, 300 oz. silver.  No. 51.   Grant, Woodbury Creek, Ros-  siter & Grant, 760 to 2500 oz.  silver.  No. 52, Great Dane, St.   Mary's Creek,  30 oz. silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 53.   Gibson, Kaslo  Creek,   Gibson  Mining Co., 100 oz. silver, 65 per cent  lead.  No. 54.   Goodenough,  Sandon,  Geod-  ��������� enough Mining Co., 980 oz. silver, 65  per cent lead.  No. 55.   Great Western, McGuigan, 100  oz. silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 56.   Grey Eagle, Kaslo   Creek.   76  oz. sliver, 75 per cent lead.  No. 57.   Granite,   Kuskonookr -E.   H.  ,   Tomlinson, 192 oz. silver, 68 per cent  lead.  No. 58.   Garnet, Whitewater Creek, C.  D. McKenzie, $55 in gold.  No. 59.   Highlander, Ainsworth, Max-  - well Stevenson, 154 oz. silver, 50 per  cent lead.  No. 60.   Hustler Fraction.Three Forks,  'Geo. Pettit, 125   oz.  silver,   70   per  cent lead.   <  No. 61.   Hobo, Lemon Creek,   $85   in  gold, 208 oz. diver.  No. 62.   Hnssis group, White Grouse,  Mrs. Harris, 25 oz. silver, 5 per cent  copper.  No. 63.   Hidden Secret,Crawford Creek,  Sawver Bros, $40 gold,   165 oz silver.  No. 64.   Isabelle, Kusko'nook.  No. 65.   Ibex,Lysle Creek,Ibex Mining  & Development Co,   75 oz silver,. 50  per cent lead.  No. 66. International,Payne Mountain^  125 oz siluer, 68 per cent lead.  No. 67.   Jo Jo, North  Fork   Carpenter  . Creek, T. Trenary, 235 oz silver.  No. 68.   Jo Jo, North   Fork Carpenter  Creek, T. Trenary, 960 oz silver.  No.' 69.   Kaslo, White   GroHse   Mountain $8 gold, 110 oz silver.  No. 70.   Kimberley, Kaslo Creek, 108  oz silver, 70 per centlead.  No. 71.'. Keystone, Whitewater.Charls-  ton Mining & Milling Co.  No. 72., Loudon, Boar  Lake,-  London  " Hill'Mining Co 1000 <5z silver.  No. 73.   Last Chance, Sandoh.Hendryx  - & Woods, 190 oz silver, 70   per   cent  , lead, No 1 tunnel.- )  No. 74.   Last Chance, Sandon.Hcndryx  .& Woods, 190 oz silver, 70_ per   cent  lead, No 3 tunnel:        - ^ ,  No. 75.   Last Chance,   Kuskonook,   J.  D. Moore.  No. 76.   Lardo group,   Duncan River,  Gold Hills E & D Co. . ,      -  No. 77.   Liverpool, Kuskonook.  No. 78.   Liberty  Hill,,, Kaslo    Creek,  Bigg Bros. 106 oz silver, 75 per cent  lead.     - ���������    ���������  No. 79.   Lone Jack, McGnigan, E. H.  Tomlinson, 102 oz silver, 60 per cent  . -lead.   "     , ." '  - ��������� -  No.'SO. Lost Faradise,~"'Blue~'lJell 106"  208 oz" silver. 68 per cent lead,     v  No. 81.   Mountain Goat, Spring Creek,  Garland, Papworth & Co, 125   oz silver, 72 per cent lead.  No. 82.   Mollie Hughes, New Denver,  Bragdon, SlO'gold, 210 oz silver.  No. 83,   Mollie Hughes, New   Denver,  Bragdon, 2450 oz silver.  No. 84.   Mile,Point, Ainsworth,   Mrs.  G. B. Wright, 320 oz silver.  No. 85.   Mary Durham, New   Denver,  Hicks and partners, $20 gold, 298 oz  silver.  No. 86.   Monitor, Three  Forks,   Geo.  Pettit, $10 gold, 175 oz silver.  No. 87.   Madison, Sandon, J. C. Eaton,  550 oz silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 88.   Mephisto, Kaslo, A. J. Slee.  No. 89." Mascot, Duncan River.  -No. 90.   Montezuma,Ka&loCreek,Kasl������  Montezuma Mining & Milling Co, 98  oz silver, 65 per cent lead.  No. 91.   Miller Creek,   Sandon, Miller  Creek Mining Co, 140 ez_ silver,  70  per cent lead.  No. 92.   Number One,   Ainsworth,   L.  Shaw, 400 oz silver.  No. 93.    Noble   Five,   Sandon,   Noble  Five Mining & Milling   Co,  milling  ore.  No. 95.   Nancy Hanks, Sloean City.  No. 96.   Newport, Three   Torks,   Geo  Pettit, 500 oz silver.  No. 97.   Noonday, Sandon.   -  No. 98.   Ocean, Payne Mountain, J. A.  Whittier.  No. 99.   Pontiac,    Woodbury    Creek,  fcfeap <fc Heath, 110 oz silver, 65   per  cent lead.  No. 100.   Protection, Crawfoid   Creek,  25 per cent copper.  No. 101.   Payne,Sandon,Payne Mining  <fe Milling Co, 175 oz   silver,   70   per  cent.  No. 102.   Pay Streak, Sloean City,   $17  in gold, 13 oz silver.  No. 103.   Panther, Duncan River, Dan  Toomy, 100 oz silver,65 percent lead.  No. 104.   Pocket Lake, Meadow Creek,  $92 in gold, silver and lead.  No. 105.   Pandore, Kaslo Creek, 104 oz  silver, 60 per cent lead.  No. 106.   Queen Bess, Queen Bess Proprietory Co.  No. 107.-  Right Bower, Lardo,  103   oz  silver, 60 per cent.  No. 108.   Ruth, Sandon, Ruth  Mines,  Limited, 800 oz silver.  No. 109.   Ruth, Sandon, Ruth   Mines,  Limited,150 oz silver,65per centlead.  No. 110.   Red Fox, McGuigan, A.   W.  Wright,350 oz silver,65 percent lead.  No. 111. Rambler,McGuigan, Rambler-  Cariboo Gold and Silver Mining   Co,  200 oz silver, 45 per cent laad.  No. 112. Rambler, McGuigan,Ramblcr-  Cariboo Gold and Silver Mining   Co,  150 oz silver, 45 per cent lead.  <d  Desperado wanted for Two  BMded Murders.  ColQ-  Seattle, Oct. 9.���������Thomas Allen, a  colored man known as "Peg Leg" Allen,  who is alleged to ber none other than  Madie Brown, a tramp, who is accused  of murdering the city marahull of  Georgetown, Texas, June 4th, 1S98,  wounding a deputy sheriff, who attempted to prevent his escape, and  later killing police officer Toohey at  London, Ont., was brought to Seattle-  yesterday and kept under cover until  an opportunity afforded itself for  transporting him to British Columbia.  He left Seattle last night on a steamer,  the name of which, officers in the  secret, refuse to divulge, anil is now  safely across the line. So clevercly  were all the plans carried out that  hardly a person, not in the secret, knew  what was going on. '  Brown was in charge of United  States Deputy Marshal Deeley and  Detective Thomas Nickles, of Ontario.  Mr. Nickles is positive that lie has the  right irian, and, if there is no mistake  on this point, Deeley will receive $500  reward.  '[ Brown is said to be adesparate, coldblooded thief,' thug and murderer. On  June 4th, 1898. Brown killed the city  inarshall of Georgetown, Texas, broke  jail and, it is claimed, made a bee-line  for Canada, arriving in .London, Ont.,  about June 22nd. On the night'of  Jane 24th,he was observed attempting  to walk along a railroad crossing there,  and was ordered off by the watchman,  Bcown beat the "old man into insensibility and attempted to escape. He  was followed by Police Constable Tuu-  hey; but when the latter attempted  his arrest, Brown shot him twice���������  once just over and the next through  the heart. After the shooting he hid  in the suburbs of London, and was  tracked'by an arm'ed posse. Two of  these overtook him on one occasion,  but he shot at him viciously, wounding one, and he was allowed to escape.  Since then this country has been  flooded with circulars, giving his description, and the result was his capture  at North Yakima two weeka ago', by  'Marshal, Deeley, wW held "him. oyer  since on^a charge of soiling whiskey  to Indians.  Detective Nickles arrived at North  Yakima from London October 7th, and  immediately recognized Brown. Preparations were made to take him to  Canada. The arrest was kept very-  quiet in order that Texas authorities  might not hear of it and and refuse to  permit him to be taken to Canada.  Brown is a colored tramp with 'a  wooden leg, 'remarkably quick in  movement and of splendid physique.  He was kept in a steel cage ; but was  passed a knife on Tuesday, and before  the officers could make him give it up  he had to be knocked down with a  club. He fought in, tho face of two  heavy revolvers in the hands of the  sheriff, but finally yielded.  On the way to Seattle the officers  were constantly on the alert, their  hands on their pistols, because they  expected Brown would take desperate  chances to get away. He was heavily  ironed when he left Seattle.  Nothing has been said to Brown  about the charges against him, but he  knows all about it.. He told a Post-  Intelligcncer reporter that he read,  while in jail, an account of his arrest  and the charge "that he had killed a  policeman in Canada. '"I don't know  anything about it," he said. "I have  been living iu California." -'  will be completed and launched in a |   few days. This steamer will be one of  the finest on the lakes. It is thought  thatshe will'be called the Moyie. It  is said that ��������� Commode Troup favors  this name.  Following are the passenger rates  put into effect lately 'by tho C. P. R :  Rossland to Toronto, first-clase, $71.40;  second class, $62 20. Rossland to  Montreal, first class, 75; second class,  ?65.50. Rossland'to New York, first  class, $75; secoNd class, 4>05 50. Rossland to St. Paul, .Winnipeg. Port  Arthur and Brandon, first class, $47.50;  second class, $40. Rossland to Vancouver, $23.80. Rossland to Victoria,  $25.90. Rossland to Nnnaimo, $25.30.  Rossland to Seattle, $23.05. Rossland  to Portland, $24.65. Rossland to T-i-  coma, ?53.&5. Rossland to New Westminster. ������23.80.  All the new rates to eastern points  are bas'ed upon the rate to St. Paul  plus the local rates to points beyond  St. Paul. While the boats ply on the  great lakes tbe C. P. R. can give a little better than tne above rates to those  who travel on its lake steamers.      "  The service by the steamer Kokanee  to Argenta,, at fhe.head of, Kootenay  hike, was discontinued after Oct. 14.  IMPORTANT iDECISfON.  A Mineral Claim Does not Carry Water  and  Surface Rights. -  -i  Justice Walkem has given his decision in the Dol.in-Browu c-tse, and it is  ot more- than usual interest as it  touches upon the rights] carried by a  crown grant to a mineral claim It  was in regard to the water rights on  the Black Bear grounds, .just west of  the town. The water was valuable  chiefly as a source*of ice iu winter.  Brown,' the defendant, had 'ioen putting up the ice at th&ipond on the  property, and had secured a record on  ten inches of the stream flowing  through the claim. Dolan got a lease  on the ground from tlie Le Roi company and from the Nelson & Fort Shep-  pard railway," and he brought an action  of trespass and ejectment against  Brown when the latter made preparations to cut,. ice there this winter.  Brown was represented" by McLcod &  Whiteside, while Macdonald, Clute &  Crony.n appeared ior th-^plaintiff, or  rather for the plaintiffs,-" for' Martin  Dolan and E. J. Bowers were jointly  named as the persons bringing the  suit.'  Judge Walkem, in giving his decision, beld that a crown grant to a mineral claim obtained after the statu le  of 1893" does not carry with, it the  absolute rights to the surface of the  claim. The justice also decided that  a crown granfto land or to a mineral  claim does not convey with it absolute  right to water running through the  land, and that the principle of riparian ownership has been taken aw.iy  by the water privileges act of 1892.       .inrjr���������    World's Gold Output.  TRANSPORTATION JOTES.  Crow's Nest Railway to Be Immediately  Operated.  (Concluded on 3rd page.)  Sir William Van Home announces  that the Crow's Nest Pass railway is  now open to do a transportation business. W. F. Andcrfon, travelling passenger agent, who is in the city, announces that on the Iirst through train  there will be several carloads of coal  from the Crow's Nest mines. One of  these is to be sent to Rossland, another  to Nelson, one to Sandon, and a fourth  to Kaslo. This is so that the residents  of these cities may have an opportunity to test the merits of this coal. The  road will be temporarily operated by  the contractors.  A steamer runs daily from Nelson to  Kuskonook. The vessel leaves Nelson  at 7:30 a, in. and, returning, arrives at  Nelson at 6:30 p. m., and connects by  train and bnat with Rossland, Revelstoke and other main line points. It  is thought that the C. & W. extension  to the Boundary country, will be completed and in running order by the  fiist of June next year.  The new steel stcimcr that is being  constructed at Nelson for the C. P. R. \  The gold output of the world, to  which our own Province as yet contributes but a moderate though growing stock, is estimated by the Director  of the United States Mint" Bureau as  reaching $240,000,000 for 1897, showing  an increase of over $36,000,000 on the  yield of 1S96. Dr.Preton, the authority for the above 'figures, reckons of  course an advance calculation based  on data obtainable for the first seven  months of the year. If this estimate  should prove correct, the result will be  another record gold yield for the world,  showing a further advance of production, almost as great as that which  marked last year's output. The United  States last year earno first amongst the  gold producers of the world, with a  yield of $58,000,000 in value, but it is  quite.l'kcly that the pride of place  may in this respect be keenly contested this year by the Transvaal,  which is so steadily enlarging its gold  output, although, as it would seem  with far from relatively correspondent  advantage to the welfare of that unfortunate country.  Since writing the article on this subject in another column, we learn the  $15,000 asked for is to cover the cost of  the flume to the present, and its extension later on. The. cost so far is about  $11,000 and the extension may reach  $4,000. It is unfortunate things are as  they arc, but we would like to see all  public business done as nearly according to law as possible, to avoid,if possible, tangles later.     We are   not ��������� in a  position'to say as some do say the  flnming so far has cost more than it  should have cost; but we do know the  mutter is now in a crave pass. Trie  statutes distinctly.say no money bylaws shall be rPtroAPtive in effect, that  i*r to cover pn������t expenditures ; but that  before the expenditures are made tbe  money must be voted. If there is a  legal way of meeting this face to face  difficulty.we should be clad to know!it.  No one will deny there was a necessity  for work on the crceic hefore last  serine's frcuhpte. for the saffcv -of thp  place ; and before June last there was  no revised assessment roll, to whose  qualified voters a money by-law could  have been submitted.  This is'the legal anomaly, we see no  'may of bridging now. It, is easily  clear, it is quite legal for the qualified  voters���������all who are real property owners, British subjects and "21 years of  age���������to vote on fa' by-law to raise  money for the extension of the flume;  but the trouble is to legalize a vote to  cover past expenditures, in the face of  the statute.  We suggested, when the matter was  first talked of, the mayor should have  consulted the property owners as to the  project.at a mass meeting or otherwise;  but this for some reason or other was  not done. It would have shown business tact to have done it. We also  intimated at the time a moderate expenditure might bejmade, in clearing*  the creek of obstruction, and levied it  in the rate already struck. The present by law could have been submitted  in July last, or immediately after the  assessment was revised,;and.if carried,  fluming strictly according to law'could  fhiye "been undefway'-the paat- two  months. As the matter stands, we  have nothing to offer, and we do not  want to be accused of standing in the  way of the best'being done for ail concerned. As we said at the outset there  is a legal anomaly in the matter now,  and if there is a legal way of overcoming, it so much the better, the vote of  the people on the 20th, no matf.er how  it goes cannot influence the situation  We do not want, to say one word to  influence matters of this kind, where  there are financial interests and those  of the city at stake. We merely  desire to place the absolute facts before the people.and allow them to exercise their judgement in the interest of  all concerned.  t Sand Point. The steamers and a  land ownership of 200,000 acres in the  Sloean ceuntry should also yield additional profits.  Having   regard  to   these   facts,   it  would seem that the issue of  ������480,000  five per cent, debentures,   as   a   first  charge on the joint   undertaking  and  all its profits, should be a safe  enough  investment, as profit-earning power of  the concern should certainly yield far  more than the ������24,000 of interest  required on the debentures.   As regards  the ordinary stock of the company, the  investment is open of course to   more  risk, as in respect of the system generally, there will  be  determined  competition, no doubt, from the C.   P. R.,  which by its Nakusp and Sloean branch  already very keenly opposes the Kaslo  & Sloean undertaking.   The   paj ment  of an average five or six per cent, dividend on the ������500,000 of ordinary stock  of tho Kootenay   Railway   and   Navigation Co., is therefore   less   aesured  than the payment of the  interest  on  the debenture issue, though   it  represents a   fair  speculative  investment,  which, whilst it cannot be reckoned as  an absolutely safe five or six per  cent,  payer, as ordinary  stock,   may   yield  even more thereon, if ihe new country  that is to be opened   by   the  railroad  should prove as good as large numbers  of South   Kootenay   men   anticipate.  The line will be worked  by  a  strong  management in the   persons   of  the  Great Northern   Railroad   Company's  directorate and managing staff of this  and the fact that the promotion   is in  good and capable hands, and the undertaking one that will take over successful profit earning ventures distinguish  the   endeavor.^veiy   markedly    from  many of the B. C. joint-stock   ventures  recently floated in London.  With Scissors and Pen.  Another Hardware.  The Deer park steam mining machinery is in full operation,and giving  satisfaction.  The Comstock mine at present employs 54 menj Of these 11 are working  on the new concentrator.  The big range formerly used at the  Mollie mine has been installed at the  Condor group, above Silverton.  On the Napoleon, near Silrerton, a  fine body of ore was struck last Wednesday.   L. Leibert is the lucky owner. _  On   Sunday   last  the  Ruth'  mine   -  people knocked down $10,000 worth of,  ore with one blast.   This is the big-y- eat  business in that way we ever heard of.  The tunnel on the Lakeview mine is  now in 140 feet and an improvement is  noticeable in the face, that leads the  owners to believe they are approaching the ore chute cut in the upper tun- (  nel.  Buildings are being erected at the  Condor group and work will be pushed  along all winter. This property io .  looking well and we may have another  shipper added to our list before spring.  ���������Silverton.  G. W. Wright, W. Golden and eth'era  have taken a contract to drive 150 feet  of a tunnel in the Selkirk just above  the Ruth. In work already done they  are within a short distance of the lead  and it is confidently believed the lead  will be encountered before the extent  of the contract is run.  We believe we are only voicing the  the opinion of the general public of  Sandon, when we say there is no better opening in the country for another  hardware store than there is in Sandon  to-day���������we mean one that would carry  all the heavier goods required by-the  mines. The only one here is a branch  of H. Byers' business, of Kaslo, and  though they carry a fair stock and  treat the mines fairly, so far as we can  learn, the field ib surely large enough  for the second, institution. -Huutrir  Bros, carry some lines, but they do not  make a business of hardware. ' There  are several times more working mines  tributary to Sandon than there are to  any other place in the country, which  alone makes the field we have mentioned. There are this year some 30  mines working around Sandon, and  nearly as many more at McGuigan,  Three Forks and Whitewater, all of  which are as likely to buy here as elsewhere, if their requirements are properly met. We have spoken of this  matter to several mine owners around  and business men of the place, and all  fully corroborate what we say���������a second hardware here could work into a  paying business from the start.  The Mines Development, ^rust &  Guarantee Co. (limited) of Rossland,  are much pleased with the Swansea  property they are handling, having intersected 'the vein in a' second tunnel,  thus showing up tho lode for 'a dl������--,.  tancc of 450 feet. The assays run"  from 5 to 38 per cent, in earbonates  and astimonial copper. It is the purpose to sink on the central shaft to the  100-foot level and ship the ore in the  spring. This property is now survey, ed,  being 1500 x 1500.  ; Sandon. Gr$,Shipments/,  Tne Silvery Sloean.  London Flotation.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  Mr. W. Warner went to Spokane on  Wednesday.  F. Wood, of the Last Chance, was out  to Sloean lake last week.  A number of the friends of Mrs. Ver-  lorth, Cody road, gave her "a surprise"  on Monday evening, previous to her  departure for Spokane.  F. A Davis, of the Wonderful and  Miller Creek groups, attended a meeting of the stockholders of the Wonderful, in Spokane last week.  Mr. Hodgson, of the Bank of B.C.Returned Tuesday from his long visit to  Victoria, and is now fully installed in  his old position as acting manager of  that institution.  The flotation in London last month  of the Kootenay Railway and Navigation Co., Limited, with an authorized capital of ������5C0,000, and a five per  cent, debenture issue of ������480,000 will  represent the heaviest investment of  British capital as yet made in a railroad and steamship navigation company enterprise in this Province. The  directors include Mr. Bubgock, the  well-known banker and director of the  Bank ofBritish North America: Mr.  Henry William Foster, M. P., another  well-known English capitalist, and as  the bankers of tho undertaking are  Messrs. Glynn, Mills, Curry & Co., and  the solicitors, Messrs. Kenshaw, Keke-  wich & Co., and Freshfield and Williams are amongst the most noted and  best reputed in the British metropolis,  there should be little doubt of the success of the promotors of the new company in securing their capital.  The company is to acquire the Kaslo  & Sloean Railway and also the undertaking of the Internationsl Navigation  and Trading Co., Limited, which runs  connecting steamers on Kootenay lake.  Tt will also take over and censtruct the  Nelson & Beddlington Railroad to the  American eide to Bonner's Ferry,  where the line will join the Great  Northern system. The Kaslo & Sloean  Railroad runs over a eourse of thirty  miles and is stated to be now making  profits of ������93,000���������or about ������19,000 a  year���������and it iB estimated that the two  new connecting lines of 53J- miles in  length that are to be constructed  should realize ������25,000 a year of additional profit, as they will open up a  further stretch of line mineral country,  and connect not oaly as above stated,  with the Great Northern at Bonner's  Ferry, but also oil the Northern Pacific  F. W. Rolt, of Rolt & Grogan, has  just returned from the Sloean. He  says the Noble Five and Payne mountains and the country around Sandon  are scenes of great mining activity.  Extensive development is being done  there on all sides, and most of the  working mines are showing up in a  most satisfactory manner. The Payne  continues its splendid record. A large  force of men is at work on the Noble  Five. The Sloean Star is working on  an extensive scale. The tramway of  the Last Chance ,is ncaring completion, and the R. E. Lee is mining a  Jong tunnel for deep level driving.  There is quite a heavy fall of snow on  the higher mountains of the Sloean.  Mr- Rolt predicts a Ycry prosperous  year for the great silver-lead district  of the Kootenavs.���������Rossland Miner.  The following is a list of, or* shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending October 13:.  mine. .- _ TONS.  Payne ..........150  Ruth )  68  Last Chance r 40  Sloean Star 120  Total 878  The following are the ore shipments  for the week via the C. P. R.  Payne 180  Total 180 -  K. andS. Shipments 378  C. P. R. " 180  Grand total 558  Three Forks.  The ore shipments from this point  for the week ending Oct. 14th were:'  Mute. Tons.  Alamo    41}  Idaho    61  Queen Bess    19&  Total  121������  AT THE   HOTELS.  Sandon���������Wm Howe, Kaslo; W H  Alien, Detroit, Mich; S J Childs, New  Denver; M Allen, E DeCelle, Cody; W  E Winn, Reuben Bay, Vancouver; D  K McDonald, Silverton; J R Smith,  Ashcroft; Frank Turner, Burk, Idaho.  Reco���������David Bremner, Silverton; G  W McDonald, Leadville; Hugh Rab-  betts, London, Eng; Mr and Mrs PA  O'Farrell; Miss Sadie Lavil, Spokane;  A J Wilcocks, Nelson ; Chas Parsons,  Montreal; T W Lyons, Edmonton ; F  B Gibbs, Marshall; W A Sietgburger,  A J McKay, Vancouver; EH Sharp,  Japan ; J Hodgson, Victoria ; J R Lawrence, Nakusp; F Ames, Hamilton;  Mrs L A Snowdon, Rosebery ; WTL  Raid, Fredericton, N B; J McKane, F  VV Rolt, Rossland; L Browackfield,  Sussex. Eng; Jas Waugh, WH Adams,  J M Fairbaim, W J Tretheway, Kaslo;  Wm Brydon, J McKinuon, Percival  F Ridout, W H Deeks, J Scott, Toronto; H J Pyman, E J Robie, New  Denver; A W Crookston, Glasgow.  CHURCH   "NOTES.  Methodist, Rev. A. M. San ford, AJB.,  pastor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.S0 p. m.  Special music will be rendered at evening service as follows:  Anthem "Sweet    the   Moments,"  solos by Mrs. McMartin and Mr. Cook;  trio by Mrs. White, Messrs. Grimrr.ett  and Webb, with full chorus. Anthem  ���������"Fear Thou Not," solo by Mx. Webb  and full chorus by ehoir. Special  music by orchestra.  Presbyterian.���������Rev. J. Clelland will  preach as usual in the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.S0 p. m.  Union Sabbath School in the Methodist church at 3 p. m. Everybody  welcome. '  Mrs.  FOR OVER FIITV YEARS.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup  has been  used by millions ofmothers for their children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suffering  aad cryine with pain of cutting teeth. Send  at once and get a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrep" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer immediat-  ly. Depend upon it, mother*, there Is no  mistake about It. It cures diarrbcea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  soitons the gums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to tho system.  "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething is pleasant to the taste and is the  prescription ot one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses in the United  States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle.  S������Id by all druggists throughout the world.  Bo sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothinc  Syrup."  t ill  y ������f--y>'  ^3581  \ -Ml  '���������-*.  P.i  <5iB  ? >1  :: If  jaw  -   >T'v'" -;/������-������- ���������  -. anj.9..':  "*t^aa^^ti*������v_,.t. -_.������-,,, *,,-" -a. ,-,--:il^,^:-.-r-v^.t;^:;1i_-v^_t-j  4  Ltt4terf*itiMJ������������(v  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898.  t������be fining IReview  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY OCTOBER 15,1898.  Bubscription $2.00 Pkr Year  Strictly is Adv-ntace.  POLITICS.  " It is really amusing to read some of  the squibs in crimination and recrimination in the political press of Canada, showing that many of the writers  would be doing better���������service to Canada  if they were   driving   oxen   or  building rail fences in the back woods  of the country.    To be honest in the  matterj seyen-eights of the voters  of  every country, belong to their respective,  parties,   net from  choice  after  mature consideration,   but merely because   their  forefathers  belonged   to  those, parties. It is then simply a question of following and not the result of  reflection, that has made the parties as  they stand in Canada to-day.    That  there have been unworthy men in high  places in  one political party of Canada   in   the past,   and   that   lhey are  there   at present  is  equally true ; but  the same may be truthfully said of the  <, other.    There is,   however,   one consolation in the matter, and that .is the  great bulk of the public men of Canada; who in their lives  got into eminence, spent most of their time in  the  service  of the   country uninfluenced  by   selfish    motives.      Onr   political  parties, as at present constituted,   did  ' not take definite shape   until after the  union of the Canadas,  and grew out  the  struggle  against    the ,one_ man  power of royalty and  for  responsible  government.   A reference to the public  men who recently passed, and are now  passing, from the sphere of action will  fully verify what we say.    It is   a fact  that Sir John A. Macdonald  left no  property behind him but his residence,  and thai was  a  gift to  him  by  his  friends  a few years before  his death.  George Brown  left an interest in  a  herd of bred cattle and a half interest  in the Globe newspaper, and both involved.    Sir John Thompson left less  than $10,000; D'Alton McCarthy, including life'insurance, about $60,000;  the  Hon. W. Macdougall   is  a   poor  man; the'Hon. Joseph Howe, one of  the  brightest   and   ablest  men   that  ever  appeared   in  public life,   died  comparatively poor;  the Hon. Oliver  Mowat's  sons  are   known   to   have  gone, in speculation in the Northwest,  through every  cgjit  of their  father's  accumulations..   We believe that Sir  ���������Charles  Tupper   is   likely   to   pull  through it   with   the  largest purse of  them all. , The'winding up shows one  thing-at least,1 that is but few of Canada's public men lived for the plunder  _ of the public purse,   as most of them,  by attention   to their own   private affairs, could  have   accumulated   many  times more means than they left as the  result of public life.    If, on' the other  hand, it is shown that in their lives, in  fits of temper or otherwise, some leaders on one side  at one time declared  "they would look to Washington" to  help, them out,   the same  statements  can be credited to some of the leaders  on the other, and so on.    In short, all  the virtues  and. weaknesses   that can  be traced to leaders  on one side can  be traced to some on the other, simply  because all are-human.  All things considered, we believe it-  must be concluded that Canada's public men are as clean as those of any  other country, and no one party has a  monopoly of that cleanness., In some  instances where they difler it is not,  we are sorry to say, after due consideration, the one side but too often opposes because it is in opposition. We  would.like to see less of that antagonistic, contending spirit in our political  men and our political parties, and opposition offered only when justifiable  and clearly in the -'public, and not  alone in the parties, interest. With a  modification of that rancour and a  better understanding of one another's  integrity,our sessions would be shorter,  our expenses much less, and our legislation, we are bound to say, more  fully matured.  amount over several years. If it is to  extend the flume, it is a matter on  which every ratepayer should be able  to form as good an opinion as we  can. i,  We understand   that   on the   20II1  inst. a vote is lo be taken   on the advisability of tolerating   the   comique.  The same considerations that arise on  the question of prohibition arise here.  Many of   the ablest   men   of   every  country contend that you can no more  make men   temperate   than you  can  make them honest,   by act of  parlia-.  ment; and if this be the case, the argument extends to' all lines   of morality.     There is no  doubt   the   only  temperance man   in the   world   is the  man who is convinced  that intemper-  ance is an evil and builds up a nature  to withstand^.     For the same reason  the  only   moral  man is he   who   acknowledges   the   evils of   immorality  and   cultivates      sufficient    inherent  strength to resist it.   .Legislation may  to some extent, remove   the power   to  do wrong from the reacli of men; but  it docs not make them good men   by  so   doing.    A   man may  be,   as   the  world calls it, honest  because he  has  no chance to steal; but lhe absence of  opp'oitunity does not make   him an  honeit man, and so on of all tlie other  evils of the world.    Moral strength to  resist wrong doing is the only element  that can make a reformed community,  and it can never be got by legislation  of any character.     Of course for   the  safety of the minors  and the external  control  of  others,   restraining enactments are useful,   and through removing   temptation; and, the   means of  temptation,    they    often   accomplish  much   in the way of character building,, but they never create   inherent  natures.  Under circumstances like the one  before us, all must remember lhat we  are not living in an old, staid eastern  village���������we are living in a mining  camp, and to consider the welfare of  the camp as well as that of the individual, calls for a double consideration. We trust the people will vote  for the best.  OUR MINING LAWS.  THOSE VOTES.  A money by-law to raise $15,000  by way of debentures to flume Carpenter creek, was advertised by the  city council in the last issue of The  Review. Whether the money is required for the work already done, or  the extension of that work or both,the  by-law does not say; and, therefore,  before voting on it intelligently the  ratepayers should have further information. It the money is required for  work done, it will have to be raised  this way or by annual tax direct. It  will  be found easier  to   spread  the  It appears reasonable that instead  oi acting on their own judgement of  what -is right and what is wrong in  mining regulations, the government,  before making change';, should consult those who know, more about the  matter than they do themselves, 'and  are more interested. We published  last week a decision of Chief Justice  McColl in the Bismark case, showing  that the government had no power to  extend, by order-in-council, the time  in which assessment work should be  done, beyond a year, as they did a  year or so ago. < The force of the  ; tiling is that even governments are  powerless lo over ride by order-in-  conncil, or otherwise, the foice of a  sULute, unless the .-iiatute over liddcn  empowers them to do so.  It ;s conceded' all around that the  less tinkering done with mining laws  the better, for when the public 'earn  what they are once, they are liable to  regard them as immutable. However, if there 'is anything wrong in  regulations, or if to, facilitate mining  changes should be made, they should  only be made after the fullest consideration of the matter. For this arid  similar reasons, it is quite apparent  lhat po one class of men can strike  the happy medium for all. A short  lime ago W. A. Carlyle, government  inspector, and who in his line should  understand the situation as well as  anyone, proposed some amendments  only to learn they were disapproved  of by the country." As we said above  chaages should only be made by the  joint suggestion of all interests.  To best meet the situation, a conference of capitalists, mine and prospect owners and practical miners  should be held to lake the whole  matter into review ; and if lhey come  anything like unanimously to the conclusion, for the benefit of the country,  changes in the laws should be made,  they should be made at once, and  then end the matter for many a day to  come. It is not within the range of  probability that any one of these  bodies���������-the capitalists,, property owners or miners���������in taking the matter  into review would consider it from all  standpoints, hence the necessity for a  convention of ail, that no feature of  the matter should be overlooked.  It is  hard   to   understand   why  this  should be so.    It may be that both of  these young people  are educated, talented and in every respect  worthy of  reasonable notices under such circumstances ;   but   the   singularity of   the  matter  is   the booming some   papers  give   them,   whose writers  have   not  even   the slightest acquaintance  with  the   parties.      Position   explains   all  this, and gives rise to a usage that is  not always most defensible.    Position  is often the result of accident, not always   the   result of merit.      In days  gone by Mr. Mcintosh was a valuable  man   to   Sir John A.  Macdonald fur  certain uses,   and his appointment to  the lieutanant-governorship of the tcr-  litories followed.      His   appointment  to the management of the B. A. Co-'s  aflairs  followed from   his position as  Iieut.-governor; and a good round salary follows the latter   affording means  for style  that was not always compatible.    In this case, position  and  its  advantages    are ' the   outgrowth    of  political conditions   and preferences.  There   are   in Canada   hundreds of  young people just  as clever,  just   as  good and just as worthy as the young  Mcintoshes, of whose   marriages  we  never hear a word, simply because the  circumstances that fell in  the way ol  Mr. Mcintosh, senior,  did not fall in  the way of their parents  to give tlicm  position.  This is neither right nor fair.  Prominence to the individual ought to  result from worth and services to the  country in some capacity ; and it will  be a good day for Canada and the  Canadian people, when they come to  recognize the fact and act accordingly. Tlie condition of birth, whether  it be in position, affluence or wealth,  is not the merit or the fault of the in.-  dividual, and should not be so regarded _ by the public. The value of  tne citizen to his surroundings is  mainly owing to the efforts of the individual, and should be alone the  measure'of his popularity.'  Cinderella's  moth-  one  her'  *vf5eiSK6;"j)*K'Cr "-0 '" " s * ^   wand',   tf/&m*������zm������&   transformed  fe2=S^?3&Vs*the   maiden's  yf7W~3a������m������Mrass and tatters  {������ <T <&, <.   *?fe'4 '"to the richest  n.^Ejy-Si silks   and   sat-  "l^hfeij ins.   There are  StSVffi-'d thousands    of  -o  iv h o  a     fairy  - mother  A  SMILE  IN  THE  MORNiNC  ^Zte^^&g&mlwbo will touch  g"r?r  ^,->r-r*^������<������SS wand of health  i-~-~--">'--������*������������������a   girl's    best  is    her  liealth.  Every girl  may be a  healthy girl  and become a  healthy wife  and a capable mother, if she will but take  the proper care of herself in a womanly,  way. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is  the best medicine for ailing- women, young  or old. It .strengthens and invigorates the  organs distinctly feminine. It promotes  rerjiilirity of their functions. It allays irritation aud inflammation. It checks unnatural aud exhaustiniy drains. It puts the  whole organism concerned iu wifehood and  motlicihood into perfect condition.-  Almost all of the ills of womankind are  tiaceable to some form of what is known as  " female complaint." Tioublesof this kind  unfit a woman for wifehood aud motherhood. Thousands of grateful women have  been rendered healthy and happy by the  use of this marvelous medicine. At their  own request, the expel ience and testimony  of many of them have been included in Dr.  Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser.  Tlie "Favorite Inscription" is sold by all  jrood dealers and an honest dealer will not  ti y to induce you to take'an inferior substitute for the sake of extra piofit.  Mrs G. A. Conner, of Alleghany Springs,  Montgomery Co, Vn.. writes- " ary'daiijjhler,  n;;efl is yt-.ir=, had a goitre coining on her neck  nuel it clKfifriircd her very much. 1 am happy to  siy that it lias oisappejirccl after the use of one  boLLle of Dr. Pieice's Favoiile Prescription."  In papei coveis, ,-51 one-cent stamps; cloth  binding, 50 cents. Dr. Pierce's Common  Sense Medical Adviser. Address Doctor  E. V. Pierce,  Buffalo, N  Y.  IceL-e aro smilos through tho day, and mid  bripht ovening kecnep,  Gloaming best over juwolf and gold,  And as wit Hashes lound they hiivo charms o!  their own,  But (licir witcheries my heart cannot hold.  For I iri'ov.- they are false aa tho hearts which  lhey hide,,  And I turn from their witcheries with scorning,  While I think of a emilo���������of a bright. Bunny  smile���������  Of u Emilo tbnt I sco in tho morning.  Shore are smiles whioh wo chunga as tho small  coin of life,  That with one it were vain to compare.  They are plenty and pleasant as far aa thoy go,  Bui the smile In tho morning is raro.  There's 11 dear, lender laeo with tx heart spoak-  in;,' glance , '  That has need of no other adorning  Than tho elocmont emilo���������than tho beautiful  smilo��������� f  Than tho smilo that I see in tho morning.  Such a soul reaching smilo, filled with inno-  c������nt trust,  Must be caught from tho cheruhd ahovel  Not tho riches of usury over eould buy  Such a smile liom tho liptj that I love I  If at times in bomo maze I am tempted to stray  Thon I seem tu hear boftly a warning:  "Oh,  forgot,not tho faithful���������tho   happy at  homol   ���������  Do not cloud tho bright smilo of tho morn  lug."  ���������Graeo 31. Horr in Xow York Ladder,  san  MALVINA  FIXED  IT.  THE C. P. R.  out of the mouths of the poor miners  of this country. We would like to see  tlie option of paying $100 in lieu of  assessessment wiped out, and every  man who holds claims forced to do  the assessment personally or by hired  help, and all countenance to such an  amendment suggested, as we have referred to, knocked on the head as  soon as proposed.  It is said that Eaweett and Wade,  two of the government's tru&led Yukon  officials, who^rocently left those parts,  narrowly escaped lynching before  their departure.  From tlie way things are moving in  this country.it is quite evident that the  C. P. R. intends to serve southern  British Columbia well. A short time  ago there was a great cry for "Cor-  bin's Railway" into the Boundary  country, but with the extension of the  C. P. R. branch, all this appeals to be  hushed:  There is a business way of looking  at,this matter. Already the C. P. 11.  have a very large amount of money  sunk in this country; and lo make interest on their investments they have,  like the miners, to go into "development" work, and render contentment  general. They know well that the  feeling prevails that if their rates  are extortionate, capital will not be  expended, and without mining development their investments must be  profitless. The completion of the  Crow's Nest branch to the lake means  that henceforth all southern freight  will come in that way, and greater  development than ever must result.  Time is showing there are many  mines in different parts of the Kootenay that can only be operated by  means of low freight and treatment,  and the company must have their business. The only cure for this is in  the reduction of freight to meet the  conditions.  We should not be surprised if in tlie  near future the company erected ' a  system of smelters, trams, etc. to  better facilitate more active mining  operations the country over. Such  investments would, to a reasonable  extent, meet the present necessity for  free access of our silver-lead ores to  the United States. - While it would  not give us access to those markets  for our bullion, it would place us in a  much better position to accept the  markets of other countries, and to  which, in any event, we will have to  go later on when American production fully supplies home demands.  If you are ill you need a  doctor in whom you have  confidence.    ,<  If you need a remedy you  want one that has been tested  for years'; not an obscure, untried thing that is urged upon  you, or o-n which you salve a  few cents���������that is no consideration as against health.  For wasting in children  or adults, Scott's Emulsion  of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo-  phosphites has been the  recognized remedy for twenty-five years.  50c, and $1.00, all druggists.  SCOTT & BOWNE,     Chemists, Toronto.  She  Wanted  Ilor Alcohol Full   Strongtli  and Got It.  "Spoakin of b'iiin things," remarked  Deacon Puffer to tho throng in the viilugo  storo, '/reminds ;uo of my wife. , Somo  thuo ago sho soz tu me. sez hbo, '.Tosiah, of  th' exortion won't bo tu much fur yo, Vd  bo obleegcd ef yo would leich mo 'bout a  pint of alcohol. An, Josiuh,' sez sho, 'I  want it strong.'  "What sho wanted it fur 'pears I'vo fur-  gottin noow, but whon I fetched it tu hum  sho sniellud of it sovornl times, an sez sho:  'Itdu boat tho'world, Josiab, how thess  posky orittors du 'dultorate things neow-  Bdays. Why," sua she, 'If tbishain'tmoro'n  half water thon my Christian name hain't  Malvina.' Well, gontlomon," said tho  doiicon, uncrossing his legs and thon  orossing them again, "Malvina boin Mrs.,  Puffer's Christian nanio, as yo all bo  knowin, it wa'rn't fur mo tu dispute, an  I vowed thet th' ,best thing fur tu bo  done was fur mo tu' take th1 stuff back an  ' suggest thot what was wantod was pure  BtuiT, or norio 'tall. 'An than hev '0111  Bond worso stuff than aforo,' romarked  Malvina. 'No, .Tosiah,' soz sho, 'thorn  orittors bo past redeem in. Leave it tu mo,  Josiab.'  "I loft It tu Malvina, gontlemon," explained tho doaoon after helping himsolf  to a. bit of ohooso and a oraoker,'"an out I  goos tn du my chores. I s'poso I was at  'em fur 'bout five or sis minutes when all  of a sudden I heord th' durnest explosion  an th' tallest yellin from th' kitohon,  whore I loft Malvina, thet yo ovor heord  tell of. I runs in thoro, an what ye s'pose  I find?  "Dura my buttons," ohuckled tho deacon, boforo any ono could reply, "ef I didn't  disoovor Malvina flat of hor back by th|  stove, whioh was busted all tu thunder,''  with hor eyebrows all gone, an no more  hair 011 her head hardly than ye'd find on  a baby's. 'Bury 1110 from th' meetin housa,  Josinli,' sez sho as I bent ovor her, 'bd  don't 'low Hannah Porkins in th' door,  fur I'm dono fur.' But she won't dons  fur, an whon I'd oonvinced hor of thot  fact, an thet she hed not boon called as set,  sho up an told mo nil 'bout it.  "It 'pears, gontlonien," continued the  deacon, "thet Malvina hod deoided tu  strengthen thot alcohol, an she conoluded  thet tu du thot she'd better bile it doown,  Sho put It in a o'llor, slapped It on th1  stovo, be thon goos 'bout hor work. T&'  stovo was putty hot, an aforo Malvina  hod dono Jtioro'n tu or threo things, an  hed jos' started tu look to sea how thot  b'iiin process was a-oomin on, th' dura  thing blow up. JIiilTina novor sod much  'bout it, moron' tu tell me how it hap-  penod, an if sho's hed alcohol in th' house  sonco I hain't heord of it."���������Washington  Star.  A SHAM   FIGHT.  V  r  The latest Magazines arrive daily.  Wall   Papers���������the  latest  designs���������the  only complete stock in the city.  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Mcintosh was married at  Vancouver, and before and after/the  marriage nearly every paper in the,  country had columns on the event, A  son of the same gentleman is to be  married shortly, and if looks as if the  newspaper boom was to be repeated.  It is suggested in some quarters  that no prospects should be'subject to  relocation; but that when it is found  the holder of a claim neglects to do  his assessment work 'the ��������� property-  should revert to the crown, and be  subsequently sold- to. the highest bidder. The option of paying'$100 into;  the treasury in lieu of work' is bad  enough, but it is not a patch on this  proposition. It simply means shutting the doors 7 against practical  miners that are without means" and  other poor .men, and throwing the  whole country into the hands of capitalists. Already our country has a  revenue from other, sources.of about  $1,400,000 a year, with a population  of less than 125,006 people, and  surely it ought to be able ' to manage  on that without  taking  the  last bite  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored  to health by simple means, sifter suffering  for several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Co.vst;.Mi>-  tion", is anxious to make known to his  fellow sufferers the means of cure. To  those who desire it, he will cheerfully  send (free of charge) a copy of tho the  ���������prescription'used, which they will find a  'sure cure''for'Consumption, Asthma, Ca.-  TAKitir, Bitoxqiims and all throat anil lung  Maladies. He hopes all sufferers will  try his reuiedyj'as it is invaluable. Those  desiring the prescription, which will cost'  them nothing, and may prove a blessing,  will please address,      '.' ���������       ���������  Rev. ED WARD. A. WILSON,   '  1 yr.: Brooklyn, New York.  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at Cliffe's  Bookstore :  MAGAZINE. '���������'  '    PEICE.  The Young Ladies' Journal..  ....35 cents  "    Cosmopolitan..   ...15   "  '"   Areiiii...... '. '.  ...30   *'  "   Ladies' Home Journal...  ...15:"  "   Canadian.... '....:'   ...15   '.'  Munsey's   ...15   "  One Engagement Which Nearly Developed  Into a Real Battle.  The colonel of the"Sevonty-flrst noticod  that the colonol of tho Twelfth was withholding his Are in thoir running fight  along tho eastern edgo of the lake. Sus-  pooting a trap of some kind, the colonol of  tho Sovonty-Hrst throw out a flanking  force of two companies on his right. This  forco hod gone only a short distanco in tho  Woods boforo it mot a similar forco thrown  out from the loft flank of tho Twolfth.  The two flanking pnrtios had a brush, and  thon each rotrcated to its rogimont. Di-  roctly after thoir roturn the two regiments  resumed thoir contest up and down tho  Bide of tho lako. Finally It camo tbo  Twolfth's turn to retreat. Its colonol had  deployed his mon behind a sfcono wall and,  being prnotieally soouro In that position, he'  saw no roason why his men, who woro  filled with tho spirit of fight and whose  eagorness could scarcely bo restrained,  6hould bo ordored book. This resulted in  tho stonewall fight, tho most exciting epi-  Eodo of tho day to those who partloipatod  In tho battle. The Twolfth would not or  could not bo made to yield. They had reserved thoir ammunition, and they pourod  volley after volley into the Sovonty-first in  a way that was not sot down in tho plans  and that quito upset the expectations of  tho general management. Tho fight was  kopt up long after hostilities had censed  elsowhoro, and the colonol of tho Twolfth  had tho satisfaction of firing at tbo Seventy-first until it^disnppoarod on its way  to tho parado ground for rendezvous for  tho brigndo review.  So thoroughly in enrnost woro the men  of tho Twelfth tbut at ono tlmo n score ot  moro of them leaped to tho top of one of  tho stone walls thut sheltered thorn and  began to shoot into tho rogimeut thut was  attacking. The colonol of tho Twelfth  saw this oxposod position, and, it is said,  ho rushod toward thorn and shoutod with  nD oinphusis peculiar to an army ofllcor:  "Got down out of that. Don't you know  enough to stay behind a stone wull to hold  Itf   In ronl bnttlo you'd ull bodoad mon."  Tho mon  sbowod that thoy woro vory  much alivo  by obeying orders quickly.���������  "An    Aiuovioan   Army   Mancuvor,"   by  JFranklin Matthews, in'Harper's Magazlno  Cricket In Snmoa,  A Sydney nowspapor man who has boen  visiting Samoa dosci-ibos n orickot match  ho saw in Apia. The match was being  played in aid of tho church funds. It had  b.een,.jn_profcressJornbout throe months.  Thoro wei-o 1)0 or lOOon each side. Most  6f tho .inhabitants of tho village being engaged in it, thorb was, of course, no ohanoe  of gate monoy, so each player put in a  shilling boforo taking tho bat and when  bowled out could yo in again on payment  of another shilling. is  . ������������������; ��������� ^<gg8a^ ������������������  TO CURE COLTDjIN. ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromo Quinine- Tablets.  All druggists refund the money if it  fails to cure. . 25 cents.       '  The Best Blank Books for all purposes.  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all.  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Banks,  Sandon, B. 0-  I  ifctaaf -t-������ ^  ���������  a . _���������      *    ... ��������� _.        t  - ���������  r    ���������r--������i  ttmt-������������������ m 1 ���������l"������""������������,T iRvnww^^m   w ���������!���������!������������������ nr���������m it��������� m-���������twi^^iiiii**1 'if w ���������pff" '^'T*""""-T"Vi"yi.~i������.    .'I 'Tfi"   ~*   * J* n-������^^i*������* i"������V""*��������� ^-'TT* ���������- V"T",ii-**^"^"i " "���������������������������* f    i mi ������������������ ��������������� ��������� in n^^i ip������P��������������� -y ������*i������vriiii ?"���������"���������" ���������*,���������������^"'  m  n  S!  A  4  Ml  m  9  iJ  Jt v: \  / w  3 .'. , l't SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1898.  rk  THE MINING- REVIEW.  Ore 'Dili  (Continued from 1st page.)  No. 113.   Iteco, Sandon, Eeco Mining  & Milling Co, 500 oz   silver,  74  per  cent lead.  No. 114.   Republic, Sloean Qity, ������9 in  gold, 152 oz silver.  No'. 115,   Sapphire,' McGuigitn.H.How-  son.  No. 116.   Silver Glance, Ainsworth,S20  geld, 123 oz silver.  No. 117.   St.-Lawrence, Lemon   Creek,  100 oz silver.  No. 118.   Star, Ainsworth, ������14 gold,123  oz silver.  No. 119.     Surprise,   JvIeGuigan,   Alex  Smith, 400 oz silver, 75 percent lead.  No. 120.1  Surprise, Duncan Eiver,   V.  A. Johnson,-1000 oz silver.  No. 121.   Sleepy Eye, Blue Ridge,   328  oz silver, 28 per cent lead.  No. 122.   Silver King, Jackson   Creek,  P. McPhee, 102 oz silver, 70 per cent  .   lead. _ .  No. 123.   . Sovereign,   Sandon,    B.   C.  Riblet.  No. 124.   Sloean Star, Sandon,  Byron  ; ��������� White Co, 140 oz silver, 75 per   cent  ., lead.     ' '  No. 125.   Sloean Boy, McGuigan,155 oz  silver, 68 per cent lead.  No. 126.   Sunset,  Whitewater,   90   oz  ������������������^silver, 60 percent lead. "  No. 127.   Sunset, White water, 12C4 oz  silver.  No. 128.   St.Kevorn'e.Payne Mountain,  St. Keverne Mining Co.  No. 129." Standard, Blue Ridge.  Mo. 130.   Scranton, Woodberry-Creek,  McGaw, $16 gold, 150 oz silver.  No. 131.   Stranger, Jackson   Creek,   J.  A. Whitier,150 ������z silver, 70 per cent  ��������� lead.  No. 132.* Skylight) Ainsworth, A.   W.  '. McCune. ; '  No. 133.'   Tarn O'Shantcr, Blue Bell,' R.  " Irwin, 80 to 100 oz silver.  - No. 134'   Tecumseh, Woodberry Crpck,  , Heap & Heath, ?20 gold,150 oz silver.  No. 135. ". Tecumseh, Woodberry Creek,  ' Heap <fcHeath,$14 gold,398 oz silver,  '. 60 per cent lead.  'No: 136,   Tecumseh, Woodberry Creek,  Heap & Heath, 110 oz silver, 65   per  cent lead.  No. 137.   Texas, Spring Creek,Garland,  Papworth & Co, 125 oz silver, 70  per  cent lead. ���������   L  No. 138.   Thursday, South   Fork   Carpenter Creek, J. A. Whittier, 103 oz  silver, 65 per cent lead.  No. 139.   Twin, Ainsworth, J. A.   Mc-  Attie.  >o. 140.   Tony, Goat River.  No. 141.   Treasure Vault Sandon, E. J.  Matthews, 210 oz silver, 70 per   cent  lead. ".  No. 142. True Blue Kaslo, Stephenson  & Fraser, ������6 gold, 3 dz silver, 32 per  cent copper. '.  No. 143.   True Blue, Kaslo.Stcphenson  & Fraser, 58 per cent copper.  No. 144.     Valparaiso,    Goat    Creek,  Grothe & Warner, 996 gold.  No.   145.      Washington,     McGuigan,  Washington Mining &   Milling   Co,  140 oz silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 146.     Whitewater.     Whitewater,  Whitewater Mines, Limited, 2800 oz  silver.  No. 147.     Wnitewater,     Whitewater,  Whitewater Mines, Limited, 100   oz  silver, 58 per cent lead.  No. 148.   Whitewater   Deep,.   Whitewater, Franklin Riffle, 250 oz silver,  60 p er cent lend.  No. 149.   Y Ray, Crawford Creek, A. S.  Marshall, 997 oz silver.  No. 15o.   Zuni, Spring Creek, L. Lindsay, 108 oz-silver, 70 per cent lead.  No. 151.   Leviathan group, Kaslo, Leviathan   Mining  Co,   510   gold,   12  claims.  No. 152.   Hobson, Toby Creek, Captain  " McMorris, $6gold, 1600 oz silver, 60  per cent lead, 9 per cent copper.  No,,153.   Highland, Ainswoith.  50C. 50C.  Ft 3**^  <*=***  *#������*���������  iREtz..  These watches are solid 14-carat  gold, and our usual list price for  thomlhere in England is ������-5 (S"25)  each, but to introduce- our enormous Catalogue, we will send you  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous offer. If  you -.vant one, write us without  delny. With your letter send'us  50 cents International Money  Order, for wnlch we will send you  a solid silver brooch,worth SI, ind  our offer. After you receive the  beautiful watch, we shall expect  you to show it to your friends,  and call their attcn'tion to this  advertisement, This watch is '  sent free on registered post on  your complying with our advertisement and our offer, and is warranted for five years.   Address���������  WATCHMAKERS' ALLIANCE   ,  <fe ERNEST GOODE'S STORES,  jutd., 1S4 Oxford St.London, Eng.  Money returned if not more tlinn  sat i filled.  ATEHTIOH   TRAVELLING    PUBLIC"  Lr-ave Sandon for all Coast iin.l Sound  points at 7.45 a.m. daily,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock n^.xt il.-iy  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next d:iy.  arrive Nelson 22.30 o'clock same day,  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive Rossland 23.30 o'clock same day.  Immediate connection made at  junction points, no delay ; quick service and superb acquitment are few of  the many advantages offered by this  line.  FORTUNES IN PATENT!  Serd a Rough Pi-awing in Lead Pencil of  your Mea. Improvement or Invention, with  a clear description of it, and wc v-rll proinpt-  ly toll youifitisncwnndprohablv patentable,  absolutely Free. FS.EB J Valuable lOOp.iira ������������������-��������� , ^ ^-=   book "How to get a Patent."   IIARIONlfc irtitefl book on Patents.   MARION & MA.  SIAEION, Ezpcn-n,  Temple iil&s   Mon- "iOW   Exports, Temple Building, Mont-  trcal.   Tbeonly flrinof gi-aduatouiii'iiiiLTa trcal.   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RED I00RTHIN RAILWAY  if1  Jk>  Peoctor & McMillan Bros.  OF BALFOUR  Manufacture a first class article in Pressed Brick; they i.re selling at low figures. A ny sized order attended to promptly. Full  particulars from any of our agents.  Kaslo  II. BYERS.  Sandon  E. M. SANDILANDS.  Nelson  E. TRAVIS.  Tlie MODEL Hand Laundry and Bath Rooms,  r  jrake money order payable to II. II.  Idle, enuhler.  ������APE.  ni/S 3  Saved from being: a Nervous WrecS:  BY '    '  MILBURN'S HEART AND  NERVE PILLS.  For the benefit of Canadian mothers,  who have daughters who aro weak, pale,  run down or nervous, Mrs. Belanger, 128  Bideau Street, Ottawa, Ontario, made the  following statement, so that no ono need  suffer through ignorance of the right  remedy to use: "My daughter suffered  very much from heart troubles at times.  Often sho was so bad that she could not  speak, but had to sit and gasp for breath.  She was so extremely nervous that her  limbs, would fairly shake and tremble.  Frequently she would have to leave school;  and finally sho grow so weak that we were  much alarmed about her health. I gave  her many remedies, but they did not seem  to do her any good.  Then I heard of Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Piils, and got a box of them, and  they have indeed worked wonders with  her. I can recommend them very highly  as the best romedy I over hoard of for  complaints similar to those from which  my daughter suffered."  Milburn's Heart and Nervo Pills never"  fail to do good. They cure palpitation,  faintness, dizziness, smothering sensation,  weakness, nervousnoss, sleeplessness, anaemia, fomale troubles and general dobility.  Sold by all druggists at 50c. a box or  throe boxes for SL25. T. Milburn & Co.,  Toronto, Ontario.  act on the  "s iui b &>si riiuu$  system in  an easy and nztturcaS maniaec,  r-amoving aB3 poEiions and im-  purattes. Thsy gr:s*o Gonstspa-  iion, Sick frSeadache, SiCtous*  Mess, Dyspepsia, Sous- Stom>  sch, Jaundice ������ind Livap Com*  pSaint.    Price 25c.  Crow's Nest Coal Fields.  Dr. Dawson, the eminent director of  the Dominion Geological Survey,speaks  most enthusiastically,yet with authority , as to the early future of the Crow's  Ifest coal fields. They are certain, in  his opinion, to become very big producers, both of coal and coke, in anticipation of which no less than 100 cooking-ovens are being built at Fernie.  The'developme'nt of the coal fields  must have enormous effects, all beneficial,'on the development of mining  and smelting in the Kootenays, and  we may as a further result expect tha  in less than five years this Province  will and thereafter remaining easilyt  first amongst the coal-producing regions of Canada.  The Prohibition Yote.  ���������   v      t   w-    .��������� . - I     -til    the  \   r     ".\   -   -~  ritoviKCJs.  t Vrs.        Ko.  I Ontario .'.  17,(528  j' Nova Scotia  17,810  [ Quebec  51,290  ? New Brunswick  13,715  L Prince Edward Island.. 6,160i  f Manitoba  5,099  \ N. W. Territories     1,929  | British Columbia       538  ^ Totals  62,926     51,290  f'^* Total Dominion majority for prohi-  ���������''^jE'Viit.inn n 633. .This shows but 114,216  altogether, or not more than  the total vote of the Do-  l^'^^S^ni^f'Ab^ut'.'one; in fifteen of the  V 'IffifBtetil has deolared for prohibition.  .-&"-������������������* ''>  -.'jr".-.���������-���������.������.-:, .Ik  -i-'jL'AO *���������:������  ���������  rif'i"  ������������������������������������:. \  W>TT\'i ^Vifft������  /     t'W^rTl'f.-.   pr  :i i ������r>ic r^'.^t;'.'���������  ���������'J  THE ONLY KOUTEto TKA rL CHEEK  and thr> mlnernl dlslrleli of the Col villi- lies-  ervation, X������Non. Kaslo, Jfnolenay  Lake and Sloean points.  DAILY EXCBPr SIWDAY,    UETWEJiN   '  SPOKaNE,R0SSLAND AND NELSON  LKAVJS ARUIVi:  10.00 ix.m Rossland 3.40 p m.  8.10 a.m Nelson (i 00 p.m.  8.00 a.m -....Spokane (1.00 p.m.  No change of carp between Spokane and  Rossland.'  ClomicnnnPbllonn at Nelton wtli  i-.������niv,n.  !"i Kaslo and ni; Kooiennv   air-1 -iri.ni-  Pn'-sungcrs for Kettle river .ind T.t-undary  creek connect al Matcus with simrc d-iily., ,  acme  and Soo Pacific Line.  TIIE FAST ANU SUPEUIOIt ROUTJC  10 MUM AND EUROPEAN POINTS.  TaJPflCIFreCOAJT.  TO ALASKA, CHINA, JAPAN S AUSTRALIA POINTS  TOU1URT CARS Pass Revelstoke dally to  St. Paul.  Daily except "Wednesday^ to "Eastern, Canadian and U.'S. points.    '  Knggrnqt'chncked lo destination ������nd through  tickets issuor'.  Connections daily to points reached via Na-  knsp.      Daily (exceptSunday)  to points  reached Yla Ko.sebei-y aud Slocnri City.  Train leaves Sandon dally at. 7,-J.ia. m.  Tral n arrives S.I iiilcm dally at lO.f-jp. in.-  Ascertain pi-esentroducedrnics and lulliiitor-  mation by addressing nearest local agent  or  A, C. !M>AItTTrrm. AkciiI, Sandon  "W. F. Andei-bon/l'rav. Pass. Apt., Nelson  E.J. Coylo, Dist. P.is,<j. Agt, Vaneouver.  Rear of the Post,Office.  FRANKLIN S. TREMAIN,   Prop.  All newly fitted up and in firsl-clas.i condition.     All Laundry Work done  in first-class style and delivered promptly.  A Special Feature is the Bath Rooms.      Plain Baths,' 25 cts. each.  Rooms open   for   Ladies,   in charge of a lady,   Tuesdays and Fridays   from  S a.m. until 6 p.m.  Give us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.  WHEN YOU ARE AT BEAR LAKE STOP AT THE  rmsr-CL/iss hotel.  RATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; $10.50 PER WEEK.  H. McDonald, Proprietor.  BE  SURE   YOUR  TICKET  READS  VIA O. P.'R.  Kaslo and ' Slogan  Railway.  TIHE C*SEE>  rf:  e?���������* or  E>Ei������2E,ri'V, li.:> 7- !.���������J-S-l "'���������' I'li , Klti-il*  m*,- jt:';-,i ^AZisloi-.i.  By tho nid of Tin- n. & L. Kirivls.'or', I V  gotten r.:d of ali ������ckin,-coi.������.-h\\iiictihidtro1.,l>led  me for over a >xai, r-nd liavc i;.u.icd cja-.tlcr-  ably in weight.  T. H. WTKGHAM, C.E., Montreal.  SOc. and SI per Bottle  DAVIS & LAWRKNCE CO., Limited,  MotllKCAI,.  THE NEW   YORK  WORLD,  THRiCE-fl-WEEK EDITION.  Taking effect 1 o'clock a. m. Sept. 1st,  1898, Pacific or 120th M> ridinn Time.  PIrst-class Doily Pnssengor.  Wept Bound. East Bound.  Leave S.S0a.m.        Kaslo      Alrive 3.30 p.m  S..w " Somh Folic      "      S.03 "'  "      9r-15 " Spouleb         "      2.It) "  *���������     10.00 " Whltewator       '      2.00 "  "     10.0S " Hear Lake       "      1.50 "  "     10.20 " MeGuican       "      1.3S ���������'  "     10.31 " Payne Tram     "      1.2,5 "  "    10.35 " Codv Junction   "      1.22 "  ArrlvclO.15 " Sandon      Leave 1.15 "  CODY LINE-Mixcd.  Leavo 11.00 a.m.     Sandon    Arrive 11.51 a.m.  "     11.00    "   Codv Junution   "      1150   "  "     11.25    " Cody "       11.35   "  KOBERT IEVTNG,  G. F. <fe P. A.  GEO. F. COPJELAND,  Superintendent.  IS and Sometimes 24 Pages a. Week���������  156 Papers a Your���������Published  every Alternate Dny except  Sunday.  The Thrice-a-Weck Edition of The  New York World is iirst among nil  ���������'weekly papers in size, ^frequency of  publication, and the freshness, accuracy and variety of its contents. It has  all tho merits of a great ������0 daily at the  price of a dollar weekly. Its political  news is prompt, complete, accurate  and impartial a* all its readers will  testify. It is against the monopolies  and for the people.  It prints the news of all-the world,  having special correspondence from  all important, news points on the globe.  It has brilliant illustrations, stories by  great authors, a capital humor page,  complete markets, departments for the  hrnir-ehoiil. -in'1 wniii'/s u.-.rk ,ip.l  oilier iiH-eiiil di ;' i'-m nir w- i-n '<  iin i-ret.i.  \\ -    ,ir.',     I,  am! Tut-   ��������� min(i ivi.vn .v   i. r>i in. i- *n  y.-..r fur rX.tit).  Eor cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  S. Campbell, Agent, Sandon, B. O.  We have every ^l  facility for ^  turning out the S'  best .Mining and ^  Commercial **  Work that can &,  he executed.       ^y'  4  ei  East  Use a flrsl-cl.'ifts line In trovolllng between  Minneapolis, St. Paul and CUicapo, and tho  principal towns In Centr.-il 'Wisconsin.  Pullman Pahue Sleoplnff aud Ciialr Cars  in service.  The ninlnp; Cars areoperated In the interest  of its natrons, the most elegant sci-vlro ovor  Inaugurated.   Meals aro .served a la Carte.  To obtain first-class service your tielcet  should read via.      ��������� >  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Direct connection at Chicago anil Jlilwau-  keo for Kastei n points.  I-V>r lull lmormutlon call on your nearest  ticlcet agent,, or write  .Ia-a. ro-:n,  Ci-ii..;'.!-.. A-  .Mil������ >.i':i-  or .Ia������. A- Ci.ofi",  tiiiiii-nil .\u -;ri.  i- J, I -*r,ir^ ^-'  J������< i ��������� 1 U.'t  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffe's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  N>  $100 Reward.  Ono Hunched Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly paid lor any case  of drunkenness (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's Alcholic  and Tobacco Cure" will not cure in  two weeks. The snme remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or make ont? hundred dollars. Sent by mail postage  paid to any part of the world for One  Dollar.   Address all orders to  ''..���������:. E. Ryan, ll.A.C.  Gower Point, Ont,  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  JARKS  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvono sending a sketch and description mar  aulclily aaccrtnln our opinion freo whether an  Invention ls probably patontiiblc. Coinriiuiiicn-  tlonsstrictlyconlldontinl. n.mdbookon Pntents  aont froo. Oldest acency for sccurinfr patents.  Patents taken throiirrh Mii'-i * Co. iceelvo  special notice, without clmree, mtuo  ���������Scienfific-Jfmtri^n*'  A hnndsomelv tllustrntod weekly. I-<"Pcst09,ir-  oiilfttlon of any scientific journal." Terms.** a  year: four months, $1.  Sold by nil newsdealers.,  f UH1 CQ,38SEfoata>:' flew Tork  Brancli Offloo, 035 F St., Wnsbtngton, D. O.  Do you see this  package?  keep  it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  See that this is  what you get.  V  rvj  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put  before   the   public,    CLAIMED     WITHOUT ''  OPPOSITION.  r  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 diflerent towns, whereby the  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that  they will be received by the consignee within two  hours. ' '  i  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the ' ���������  funnell as it were, for the railroad business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment from Nelson, Trail Creek and die Sloean  must, and is now passing out this way to the main  line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming  in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  NOTE. To substantiate this: The C. P. R.  are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,  the first and only scales that has been put in on any  of the C. P. R. branches in Kootenay���������which  goes to show-the importance of this point by the ;  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  . the only junction on the lake, unlike Sloean City,  where you can step ofl 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. Nevertheless we claim Sloean City 0  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot,of Sloean Lake, viz.���������  ROSEBERY AND SLOGAN CITY.  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after, the careful  observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  "Kootenay for the treatment of ores the cheapest,  Rosebery was selected, and they now 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  Sloean Lake.  AS TO GLIM ATE.  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Sloean  , 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 Cro>vn Grant and  is perfect. All purchasers of lots are safe in this  respect. The only safe speculative townsite in the  Sloean is Rosebery.  Why should I say the only safe speculative town-  site in the Sloean ? Because Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each and are  bound to increase rapidly tliis summer. These  figures can, and will, double before long. The  time to buy is now. Don't wait till they are from  $700 to $r,ooo, asyou did in Sloean City last May,  go in on the ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  AVe want a 1estu1r.ini.  We want a good hotel t'ght .iway.  We wj.nl ,1 fir������l-clj .is  r/eiieral store.  We want a butcher bhop.  U\ Anyone   looking  for an   opening   spy  out this  4?  "���������as  '<.' "il  ��������� ������1  '-'.;:fi  V-fl  !? - Pi  i"."<; S\  i M������t?  ;lf 1  -���������&���������-  ...p  xr:  ."Bi|  *l " 'V1  '?���������.������; Si'l  -\v<    MJtl  : ��������� '$1  ���������",-tr (!  -   " 4f ;1  '-f'l  ���������Ml  i"t  place si  once.  Maps and pirse.-jists on application; prices run  from $75 to $200.    X.  TERMS : One-third "Ncash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders\special terms can be  arranged for a few lots by applyfn^ to  A. M. BEATTIE, General Agent, -Roseberj.  ��������� ���������   ��������� ������������������������������������'��������� ���������; ������������������ *.���������������������������������������������;:;:-.. ���������'-N,.������������������'���������������������������' p '���������.'  :^i~F���������-'  4  THE MINING REVIEW.  .-"'  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  Turner & Co. have sold the inorth-  port smelter.  The Bank of Toronto will open a  branch in Uossland.  A. line'lot of fashionable new ingrain  wall papers just arrived at Cliffe's book  store.  The Fruit Fair vi&itors came straggling home every day the present  week.  Mr. Trenarey lias opened the Balmoral dining room and. restaurant in  really first-class style.  There was a kindergarten class in  the G. P. R. on Tuesday. We believe  notation was the principal subject  taught by the Judge.  There is no reason tbe men of Sandon suould ijo improperly clad, a&  there were five clothing drummer*  here the present week.  As we went to press last evening, the  Firemen's ball was in full swing, and  we believe, was largely attended by  "the youth and beauty" of the city.  There is one man somewhere around  Winnipeg, if his whereabouts were  onlv known, that need uot go to the  Klondyke. He stole ������62,000 from one  of the banks.  John Gray, who works on the railroad here, has been advised of a nicdii'  awaiting him in Ontario for service-  rendered during the Fenian raid at  Fort Erie in I860.  Be not deceived! A cough, ho irsc-  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's Drag Store.  Mr. Main is having the house vac  ated by W. J. Williams, on the east  hill, fitted up and will sottle in it with  his i'.-unilv on their arrival from tlu  cast, in a few days.  Cure that cough  with Shiloh's Cure.  Tlie best cough cure,   ltelieves.  croui  promptly.     One million  bottles   sold  last year.   40 doses for 25 cts.   Sold at  [McQueen's Drug Store.  Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizu  immediately relieves sour stomach,  coming up of food distress, and is Hu  great kidney and liver remedy. Sole  at McQueen's Drug Store.  Karl's Clover Root Te.t is a ploa&anl  laxative. Regulates the bowels, purifies the blood. Clears the complexion.  Easv to take and pica-Hint to take. '2o  cts." Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  ' The LeRoi mine is now in anoth- i  peck of trouble. The minority shareholders, represented by Col. Turner,  have given an option at $8.50 per share  to another English Co. hostile to the  B. A. C.  The new C. P. R. depot is receiving  its finishing .strokes just now, and will  be ready for occupancy in a few days.  The thousand million bed bugs in the  old building will then be allowed to  put in a winter alone.-  i  A miner, named Pcndor, was struck  on tho head, in a tunnel in the Lelloi,  by a drill thrown down a raise. He-  sued the company for damages, and  has been awarded 53,000 by the su-  pienae court at RoBsland.  Ladies, take the best. If you arc  troubled with constipation, sallow  skin, and a tired feeling, take Karl's  Clover Tea. It is pleasant to take.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  . Mr. Meeks, of Spokane, a gentleman  with 10 years' experience, has leased  the steam laundry and will start up on  Monday. The establishment has every  convenience for iirst-chiss work, and  in the hands of a good man should  pay well.  It is a great pity the lEarl of Ava  was not induced on his trip to Sloean  lake last week, to take a look through  the Payne and others of Slocan's largest mines. He would hare seen something to convince him there is more oi  British Columbia than Rossland. Besides it ia'enterprising men who represent money, whose visits," this country most requires.  We have received from an enterprising publisher in the Stafces the prospectus of a book on Klondyke and how  to get there. This is hardly necessary  as we have not yet expressed our intentions of going there. There would  be much bettor demand for the book,  in short the publisher would sell 50,000  of them on sight at Dawson, if they  showed how to get out of tlaat countrv  without means.  At the meeting held Thursday night  for the purpose of forming an Athletic  Association, it was decided to organize  as an incorporated stock company  with a capital stock of ������5,000, the object of the companv being to provide ������  building of suitable dimensions to include a skating rink and two sheets <>(  curling ice, also an annex with a large  gymnasium, ante rooms, etc. About  ������1,100 has already been promised for  stock subscriptions. It is certainly to  the interest of the town, that every  business man and citizen should use  his best endeavors to make the organization a success, in vicar of the fact  that similar institutions are being  promoted in tlie other towns of the  Kootenay. Sandon is more favorably  gituated than any other town in the  Kootenay for such a purpose, as onc<-  the rinks are frozen and put in shape  good ice can be absolutely depended  upon for the winter.  I Pwnv.PngtQP  |        . A QUICK CURE FOR <g  $ COUGHS AND COLDS $  $       Very valuable Ronzdy in all      0>  affections of the *  LUNGS |  Large Bottles, 25c &  | THROAT o:  i  $      DAVIS &XAWKENCE CO., Limited      '  Prop's, of Perry Davib' Paln-Killer        E  r^n.  Should always carry with  them a bottle of Br. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry.  CH^fiQE^BLE WEATHER throws the hnman machinery  out of gear and renders it more susceptible to prevent ailments.  After a "muggy" period the first cold day "strikes home"  unless the system is well fortified by strengthening stimulative  nourishment, of which the most perfect form is  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  SANDON, B. C.  i,i.������*u������*.is<,*.',fc*,i.������*.**i*#*k<,������.*n/,t,m������*i,*H '*brM.r't*7<.**wn./'ij'M%i't.rb<'i.f^'<,rirfM.ruM.<I^n,#ahtfM,j<  The change of food pril vtitcr to which  those who travel are- c-ubjeet, often pro-  . duces an attar-li of Piairlima, which i? as  unpleasant and uucor^fOi-Uiip ns it nriiy  be (tangcrons. A bolfic of Dr. Fowbr's  Extract of Wild bliv'.vbu/ry in yoa'r grip  is a guarantee of B.-.ijty. On the ih-bt indication of Crump*. Colic, Diairlicoa or  Dysentery, a fow rlosr.j will piomptiy  chock farther ail vim ^p of these diseases  It is an old, leu- '  "%x  abio remedy,    wish       ^    /i^tt   A  over forty yeMr-.' of   Kj^^SJ^V���������#r  cnrtis  to  itd  orc-ilu,    ^^-.Vr"-"^'"^-  whose merit is  ii-     .*"."Vi*" C?SW-:  cog  alitor  pi cforenco  otliors.  Sold by medicine  dealers   everywhere -^   .  at    y5c.    a    bottle. '*'  Al'vnys insist  en  the genuine,' as inanv  of tho   imitations lire hiyhly diuigeionu.  NSTIPATI0N.  In the summer especially should  the bowels be kept free, so that no  poisonous material shall remain in  the system to ferment and decay  and infect the whole body. No  remedy has yet been found equal  to B.B. B. for curing-Constipation,  even the most chronic and stubborn cases yield to its influence.  " I cannot say too much in favor of  Burdock Blood Bitters, as thoro is no  remedy equal'to it for the Cure of Constipation. We always keep it in the  house as a general family medicine, and  would not be without it." MRS. JACOB  MOSHER, Pictou Landing, N.S.  B-B.B. not only cirea Constipation, but  is lhe best retried)   ������** r n  known for Bilious  ness,   Dyspepsia,  "Sour   Stomac!)  Jaundice,      Liv  Complaint, K-i  Disease am'  i  ���������������..,.*,��������� '  - -""   -���������������  30 Fariingdon Street, London, England.  25 and 27 St. Peter Street, Montreal, Canada.  Having opened business in the  premises opposite the Clifton house, I  am prepared to do all kinds of Boot  and Shoe Making and Repairing in tbe  latest aud neatest style.  ' A trial order solicited.   Satisfaction  guaranteed. . '.  NO OKDEK TOO SMALL  AKT> NONE TOO LARGE.  .    LOUIS, THE SHOEMAKER.  Louis Hupperten.  0/K-  "     A  troe  Qhsdn  Bruce White. N. J. Cavannugli.  WHITE & CAVANAUGH  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  ;^q*xiraiiTg^3fflfi^^  Estimates furnished.  ConMactors and Buildcis.  ??*S-2-fl.*iB*i  THE..  DREADFULLY NERVOUS.  Gents:���������I was dreadfully nervous  and for relief took your Karl's Clover  Boot Tea. It quieted my nerves and  strengthened my whole nervous system. I was troubled with constipation, kidney and"bowel trouble. Your  Tea aoon cleansed my system so  thoroughly that I rapidly regained  health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet,  Hartford, Conn. Sold al McQueen's  Drug Store.  Ore Hauling.  Tenders arc invited for a contract  for hauling 15 ton of ore dai.'y from  the Queen Bess Mines to the Alamo  concentrator during the sleighing sea-  eon. The Company does not bind  itself to accept the lowest or any tender. Address, by letter in the first  place,  The Queen Bess Proprictarv Co., Ltd.  Three Forks, B.C.  SANDON, B. C.  Strictly First class.  Furnished Rooms.  l,l,M,|*l^WU-U-lj'l.(  I. O. O. F.  Silver City LodRO. Xo. 81, meets overy iu  day eveniug.at 7.30 p'cloel:.ln Urawioid's, n.i  :\I.L GIITM.U l"!T. X. (J.  X. J. GARBUTT, V. 'J.  A. IIAKXiOW, ltec. See.  All sojourning brothers  cordially Invited  to attend.  OFFICE AND MILL. CODY, B. C.  Certificate oi Improvmentsi  NOTICE.  CAT!WE Jllneral Claim situate in tho Sloean  Mininir Division  of AVest Kootenaj  District.   Where located : Twelve miles from  Sloean lake and about iWO feel.southerly  from Chamber's 3linornl Claim-  TAKK XOTIL'K that 1, W. M. Sandilands, ol  Snndon, H. C. acting  as agent for Louise  Berens, KreoMmei-'h CeitlHeate, Xo, 213-i'l A,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Aiming Recordei-for a Certificate ol Improvements lor  the purpose of obtaining a  down Grant on the above claim.  And iin-thoi- take notice that action, under  Section 87, must bo commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate oi Improvements.  Dated this 21th day of September, 1SHS.  Our'.FALL Stock  CHATJLB8 A. STOKSS.  r  M. L. G-rimmett, ll. b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  Potlic, E'ic.  Sandon,     B. C.  J HOME WORK  I  II  FOR  FAMILIES.  We want a number of fainllies to do  J}] work lor us at home, whole or spare  1} time. The work we send our workers  fj is quickly and easily done, and return-  li   ed by parcel post as finished.   Good  CO., Dept. B., London, Ont,  J  All KNTS."���������"Tho best Lite ol Tier Mu|c-������ly,  have seen." writes Lord Lornn about "Qucon  Victoria."   Agents mains llvj dolltn-s Uallv.  Outfit Tree. BltADLEY-GAltUISOX CO.,  Limited, Toronto.  AGENTS.���������Book buslnesa Is better than for  years pufal; also havo better find faster r,ell-  Inc books. Agents clearing from 510,000 to  S 10,001) weekly. A few lenders are: ������������������Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone." -'.My  Mother's Bible Stories," 'Progressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Field-,," "Woman,"  "Glimpses oflhe Unseen," Jlreaklast,Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an Kncyolop'jilla."  Hooks on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  TI1K UHADLEY-GAWtF/rSON CO., Limited,  Toronto.  New  Dressmaking-  Shop.  MJIS. E. NAUYACKS, lato of New  Denver, has oppriwl in Miss Cameron's  old stund. . -��������� *'"  All orders attended to promptly and  in the best style of the art.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Shoeswap Mineral Claim, situate in the Sloean Mininpr Division ol West ICoolenay  District. Where located: On west side of  Cody ei eek, three-quartors ol a mile from  Carpenter creek, aud one-half mile north  eastot Freedie Lee.  Take notice that 1, J. M. B. Fnlrbairn, ol  [Casio,B.C., acting as agent for Patilck S.  Bryne, Free Miner's Certificate, Xo. S7D0A,  intend, sixty dajs from tlie dale hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for .1 Ccrlincito  of'lmprovcmenls, lor the purpose ot obtain-  iiiff a Crown Grant ol the above claim.  .And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced belore tho  issuance ol such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of September, 1S03.  .1. M. E. FA1RBAIRN.  Consisting of the finest line of Imported English Worsteds, Irish Serges  and Scotch Tweeds.  PANTING FROM $6. SO UP  SUITS PROM $23 UP  A'coidial invitation is extended to  minus, mine owners and yellow-legged  expoits and all' other millionares of  Sandon lo examine our stock as we  have lhe largest in Kootenay to choose  fiom <  Wc guarantee all woik first class in  style, fit and finish.  Don't forget to treat yourself to a  nice Overcoat this fall.  A. DAVID, Tlie Miners' Taiior  Opposite Hotel Reco, Reco Ave.,  Sandon.  5i*SS^S:^5c<P<i^^  Ki3     S3  At Sandon, Rossland, Kelson, Kaslo,- Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  Sandon,        ���������  Sloean City.  is  Is necessary for a valuable watch.    We have them both v '  ' strong and handsome.    The assortment comprises SOLID  GOLD' and filled Sorgnette  Chains For Ladies  also gentlemen��������� R. f, SITinON/'fir CO. fille'd Chains,  in large variety of handsome patterns.���������14-karat, 5-year-Rolled  Plate. New goods to hand���������Ladies' Gold Pearl-set Brooches.  Call and see them. .  Q. W. QRinriETT9      JEWELLER AND OPTICIfiH:  Cafe  In Sandon is the " *  'i  Best Equipped Restaurant  -   in the Sloean.   .    ���������   ,  IT NEVER CLOSES.  -   and the proprietors aim to please  " their patrons in every v/ay possible.  - , MILLARD & THOMPSON.  Eastern Oysters,  Tender Chickens ���������  and Everything  the market ,  affords in the way  of delicious,and  palatable food  can be found at  The Palace.  Strangers and  .   Otiiers   ���������'  ���������arc requested to;'  call on us when   ;  hunger torments"  their-internal '  -anatomy. If John  ��������� is not on- shift  you are sure to  ' find Charley.  Application [or Liquor License,  NOTICE is herebj givun that at the  expiration of thirty days from the first  publication hereo'f the undersigned  will apply to tho License Commissioners of the Oityof S.indou for a license to  sell liquor by retail at their premises,  situate on Reco Avenue in tho City of  Sandon.  PEARSON & PEARSON.  Sandon, October 1st, 1S98.  HOME RULE MINERAL CLAIM.  S'twiu in tli������ Sine -n Mii'iny Div.sion <^f Wet Koytuny Div  *nct W h< rclociteil Almi t txvo niiIui<ibo\u Cotl> ind  .idjomiiirf r.ri-Liilioni MtncMl GI i.m on tin- iinrth <, tsi  I" ikt 1 fjliLL 'hit T. M-.rim I- (.riininctt, ns ������j������iit for .Mn.lnc  McAmlrMv-,, I'rt l Miliars Ci-rtific iter. No B3O9 A. intend, ��������� ixij  duifrom r1 iU'In-rcofto ipply m Ilit. ^1 Jimijj Kct-ordur far l  Curtmcitt- of Ini|jKiv<.Miitiit*������ for iljo jiurjiobc; of obt tinin,; .il  ( niun Grrit wii tlic ibr>.t. chnii  Ami I inhi r tikes nonce tint action. ui"ler 37, imi'.t In. con  i eiu(_.I ln.f������iii, the i>-iii nice of Mich Lertif.c. tcof Iiii]iro\eiiiunti  Dittd tliis is'Iith> of Sirpieiabur, i&,8.  M. I-  f.RIMMIVET.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Xaoma nndAll������!fisli Mineral ClaimB situate In  tho Sloean Mining Division ot West ICoot-  otonay   District.     Where located.   about  two and one-half miles upC'arpenter creclc  liom Cody.  Take notice that I, W. A. Bauer, agent for  H. C. Gold Trust, Freo Minor's Cc-rlllicate Xo.  .���������J'MJ,")A.  Intend,  Mxty  days  lrom   the  date  horeof, toapplv to the Mlnln-r Recorder lor a  Ccrllllpate of Improvement!., for the ptirpo^.-  oli.bi.ilului; a, Ciowu   Grant of  1I10  ahuve  clalmo. I  And further take notice lhat action, under  Section37,must be commenced beloru tlie  issuance of such Certificate oflmprovemcnr.s  Dated this Mtu day ot August, 180S.  W- A. BATXEK, P. L. S.  \k*  w  We are offering better values than ever for cash.  In our Grocery Department, we have just received a car  from Montreal���������new fresh goods.  In our Dry Goods Department, we are opening up new  fall goods���������Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Woollen Hose. ���������  New patterns in Outing Flannels at right prices.  Come in and see us.  HUNTER BROS.  / OURED 5,000  last year with the DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT���������  famous the world over. No drugs, no ill-eflects, but  simply nature's own remedy���������ELECTRICITY, DRAINS,  NIGHT LOSSES, VARICOCELE, UNDEVELOP-  MENT, IMPOTENCY, and all results of YOUTHFUL  ERRORS speedily cured.  e������NSDLT'  at office, or write for little book explaining all.    Sent sealed upon request.  Address  DR. R. SANDEN, 1S6 St James Street, Montreal,,Que.  il/  S13  \l  This Space Reserved For  W  SB.  A FIRST-CLASS COMPANY with  ATTRACTIVE PLANS OF INSURANCE  and UNEXCELLED FINANCE POSITION  Pamphlets explanatory of the Company's  plans and copies of its last Annual Report, illustrated, furnished on application to the Head  Office,Toronto, or any of the Company's agents.  L. Goldman, Wm.  McCabe,  Secretary. Managing Director,  S. G. Faulkner, Provincial Manager, Vancouver.  ������? j*i������3w, **prr*. jssfpr>i .^.tck* *t������23z, ^ani>. >4&Kh ^30. >d0?% ^fSKte ^4SHLb .^QSIR.  A new and splendid assortment of seasonable materials for all kinds of garments now  on hand. 'A  Do Not Forget  A   FIT  WE   GUARANTEE.  In addition to perfect fits we guarantee  perfect workmanship, a matter of much  moment in this day of close competition.  Our prices the lowest.  ^^^W-*C53>-������^ **w<*aSEi> ^^^>^anz> --^a^^SEy >������?S>-*53> -**9ii>'<&!i> s*g& *������&i.  fiB& * jlIES^" fiS^ ' j3E?* jffS0 " ^SSf  ���������tXj? ���������^^qgr **t%y >iaig������ ���������>*ia\j> ���������***g5* **k%jgp *gqfi  T I  .f������- '


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