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Array V.  Or-  <J\Mavyy\J^  "-AT?  YOL. 2.    TTO. 20.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1898.  PRICE FIVE.CENTS.  I SPflH CONTEMPT  For Americans May Yet Cause, Trouble  in- Cuba.  Wellington, Oct. 17.���������Information  has reached the war department that a  high offioer of the Spanish army very  recently made the statement that' had  the Spaniards been aware of the condition of the American army, its inability to withstand the hardships of a  campaign,', .its lack of medical and  other supplies j.nd general inefficiency,  ��������� as told in'the American papers, the  Spaniards would not hav? given up,  but would have continued fighting for  a long time to pome, fully believing  that theywould have been able to  prevent the capture of Cuba by the  American army. This statement is  known to have been made to the Amet-  ican officers nowin'Cuba, and causes  some uneasiness in'offieial circles, as  it may mean that the Spaniards are,  not ready to yield the inland under the  terms of the protocol.  n  It ie believed' by officials in Washington that had it not been for the  outcry regarding the army and the  conduct of the war that there 'never  would have been any question raised  by the Spanish peace* commissioners  regarding the Cuban debt. It is pointed  out that under the. protocol the sole  question left for the commissioners  was the settlement of the Phillipin  and that there .was nothing about ������t  Cuban'deb't or any other Cuban, que -  tion any'those who are in a position to  know. , It is asserted that the Madrid  government was aware when it asked  for peace and when negotiations wero  opened that it was useless to ask that  the Cuban debt be taken into consideration by any commission and that it"  ii only since the reports of_the -bad  condition of the United States army  had reached'Madrid that the question  had been raised.  Another matter that   caused   grave  consideration in the war  department  r������s the,temper   of 'the* Spaniards   in  Cuba, and the fear that the impression  which now prevails, there   may   lead  them to regard the' American.troops of  1 not much account and act accordingly  '"after the'"occupancy   by   the   United  ���������-_StateB.l;I,The ,fn^tei:_\l������*s'- been"  di������-  cusied in the war department and it is  " probable that when the troops arc sent  to Cuba there will be a-'force -of   9uch'  nize.and character as to-give   the   islanders a'different impression   of  the'  United States soldiers t.ian they   now  entertain.    "The   impression   among  | _   the Spaniards in Cuba," said an officer  in a position to know what, is going on,  is that the American soldiers are weak  and puny, incapable of   withstanding  hardships and whom it will be an easy  matter to vanquish.   This feeling may  make it difficult for the Americans at  iirst.   This impression is due   to   the  charges that have been made against  the war department wi th such virulen ce  and inststance during   the   past   few  months."  steamer  Uumbria,  arrive at   New   York  Liverpool on  the  which is due to  shortly.        ,  When Mrs. Van Alsf ine walked out  of St. Mark's hospital, Brooklyn' three  weeks ago with diamonds, cash and  drafts and boarded a steamer under an  assumed name for Europe, the husband  w*s at the Hoffman house, New York,  in ignorance oi her excursion. He  learned of his wife's journey when a  private physician, who attended her,  called on him regarding the bill.  The husband engaged the best man  on the Pinkerton staff and offered reward for the location of his wife. It  took the detectives an hour to discover  that the Klondyker's wife had sailed  for Europe on tho Majestic. A cable  came to the London agency of the  Pinkerton's and detectives . met tlie  steamer in tho Mersey and shadowed  the runaway wife.  Van Alstine left New York   on   the  earliest possible steamer  and   arrived  Jin England only three days behind his  'wife.   He also was met by  the   detectives and hastened to London.     Here  he was conducted to   a   hotel on   the  Thames embankment, where Mrs. Van  Alstine had taken up her abode.  . The husband and wife   had   a   long  interview, but when it   was   ov?r  the  husband refused to talk.   He   said   it  was his business only; that everything  had beena'satisfactorily arranged, and  that while a tour of Europe might   be  pleasant enough, they preferred to  return to America. ' He telegraphed  for  a stateroom, and the reconciled couple  3ailed on the same steamer  on ^which  he husband came here..   While   here  the wife cashed all the drafts, but' the  time was so short that she spent   little  money. '             -_���������            ���������    r ,,  ���������  " Van Alstine takes 'all, his   fortune  buck to America with him,   except   a  a lew hundred'dollars spent in travelling cxpensos and the $5,000 reward,   I'l ***_ :���������  E  Tbe   Creek   Improvement " By-Law  .  Carried.  The Comique   Gets a Sanction   to Run  by' a Vote of the Citi2ens.  GAMBLERS AT DAWSOfl.  Mr. Ogilvie Has Them Fined and They  . Pay $8,750 Into Court.  THE TREMCH WAR CLOUD.  Warlike   Preparations   Are Being Made  at  Brest,    -  Paris, Oct. 17.���������Inquiries' made to-  . day at, the offices of the French ministry of murine,* confirm the report as  published by Le Soleil in a despatch  "from Toulon, saying that vice-Admiral  Fournier, who "is now at Tunis witn  the minister of marine, will return immediately to Toulon, where orders  have been received to speedily prepare  the armoured cruisers Admiral Tre-  heart, Bouvines, Jennapes and Walmly  for active seryice and that in addition  orders have been issued to send thc  largest possible number of gunners to  Brest without delay to man thc forts  and batteries there. The vessels mentioned are to be promptly placed on a  war footing and are to be sent ta Brest,  Buruor connects the Frcneh naval  preparations with thc question in dispute with Great Britain as to the possesion of Fashoda on the Nile. The  Paris papers to-day in chronicling the  movements of the British fleet in thc  Mediterranean, announce that three  British ironclads are engaged .in gun  practice off Pizert, the French naval  station in the Mediterranean on the  African coast.  " Adyices from Dawson, dated September 14, cpinfirm the' story already  published to the effect that Ogilvie has  commenced~a'cfufc������'Jc against the dis-  reputable'chise*. A'letter just received  -says:.- " _, -���������'���������;.-__  ">*. y .~ '*   .  "There has been-a vague feeling of  uneasiness, among,'the. gamblers of  D ,wson for the last week by the police  taking names of all wno ran any kind  ol games. Monday night the police  summoned them to appear before Justice Starnes at thc barracks at 1 a. m.  sharp Tuesday. Ninety-hve men were  at the barracks; each was fined$50and  $5 costs. Two .were let off for $25 and  costs. Half of these men were not  handlers of paste boards,dice or rolling  the marble around the wheel but will  hereafter look out and not be invited  to make themselyes at home around  the games. -.Tuesday afternoon by  special invitation, 63 of the Dawson  400 presented themselves before Justice  Starnes and wore fined $5 and $5 costs.  There were also several members of  the Anti-Temperance Union before the  justice. They paid from $5 to S35.  The net proceeds of the day amounted  to S875.  The Stove   Was  Loaded.  CAUGHT HIS. WIFE.  Mrs,  Van Alstine Captured in   London,  But the Catch Cost $5,000.  London, Oct. 15.���������Charles   Van   Al-  etine,a Klondyke miner whose wife fled  with $50,000 belonging ?o hei husband,  .overtook her here.     A   reconciliation  'was effected,   and   they   sailed   from  J. P. Paxton aud Neil Beaton, while  doing assessment work on the Editor  mineral claim, in Ymir district, had a  very narrow escape from sudden death.  Near their camp they found a sheet  iron stove aud used it. After starting  the fire, Beaton opening "the end door  discovered several sticks of dynamite  in 11 burning paper. He hastily threw  the parcel as far down the hill as he  could and ran in the opposite direction. Paxton, who was in the tent,  saw that part of the proceedings and  crawling under the tent side followed  Beaton. 'J hey had not gone far when  a terrific explosion occurred which  made a hole about four feet deep in  the soil and stripped the shrubbery of  leaves and bark for several feet around.  Had the explosion occurred when the  explosive was"in the oven both of them  would have been instantly killed.  Beaton, who has been mining 20 years,  said he never had so narrow an escape.  L. S. Lyon, the third partner, had gone  for water to a spring and was in no  clanger.  About all the available vote of the  city was polled on Thursday. At the  close the poll stood 52 for the coiuique  and 48 against, which shows that the  majority favor its existence, although  under a scrutiny it might be the other  wise.  Nearly every available vote on the  by-law was polled, and resulted in 35  for and 13 against. As we have all  along said there was a necessity for  a flume, and it sh 111 Id be constructed ;  but when there was a legal way of  doing it open to the council, they  should have taken the legal way.  As we understand it, in this country  municipalities have no power to alter  thc beds of streams, as this flume has  altered the bed of this creek, without  first getting a special act, through the  House permitting them to do it, and  we believe this special act was never  got. ���������  We understand also that thc law  here, in another particular is the same  is the law in other provinces, as indeed it should be, that all by-laws to  raise money for public improvement*  must be carried before the public  works are begun.  Though carried by the people this  by-law is, therefore, to-day in opposition to the law in these two substantial respects. Of course, in defence of  the council,- it must be said, that the  government last winter promised to  make provision by legislation for the  situation here; but as a promise ia not  an act, the case stands as if no promise  had ever been made.. As we, have  often said in all these matters, The  Review has nothing before it but the  welfare of the place; and the' people  will yet come to the conclusion that  the recommendation of all acts according to law is the most substantial way  possible to eventually, turn up in the  'best interests of all'concerned. At the  present lest ,we .should be judged unfairly,1 we have" no mWe tt> say-sia *ho  matter, but hope the-wiaest council in'  the' best interest of. the place will prV  vail. We would like to see the will of  the people' made law in some .way.  Considering everything, however, it  might be better' to let the matter drop  and settle into quietude. In any event,  it is clear that a majority of the property holders are in favor'of the taxation, whether legal or otherwise, and  the will of the majority should always  be respected.  We suppose there is not an alderman on the Board but will admit lhat  things are not as they ought to be, or  as they would like to see them, but  the council had serious obstacles to  grapple with from first to last, and  stirring up the matter more will not  help it. In fact if the matter was  properly looked into, owing to the  titles to property of many, it is a question if the place could ever have been  incorporated at all; but we want incorporation and its advantages and  retained by more unity of action. The  terms of the present aldermen are  about expiring, and some of them will  not seek re-election. A better move  now would be to accept from these  aldermen the acknowledgments of  mistakes they frankly make, look  about for a new Board committed to  more rigid economy in the running of  the machine, and all unite as one man  to pull together for the welfare of the  place in the future.  has interests. He says the Boundary  country is growing fast, and will turn  out some large copper mines. He and  some friends, as a private company,  own the the tov.nsite of Midway, which  place he is confident must grow to be  very large as five railway^ are making  for it. It has mining, agriculture and  ranching around, and the proposed  smelters are most certain'to be located  there���������on account of the railways  centering there, the water supply, location of mines and for other reasons.  The place has now about 400 people,  and will grow very fast when the railway reaches there next spring. Greenwood nine miles away has some 600  population, but he thinks it will be no  more than a good country village. All  tilings considered, he thinks Sandon  still the best camp of the country���������it  has more chances of success and fewer  of failures.  THE SILVERTON EXHIBIT.'  Silverton's Ores at the   Fruit -Fair   Attract Attention.  W. S. Clark of tJilverton has been  unremitting in bis effort* .to get together a handsome exhibit from that  part of the country, and returning  visiters from the fair say that he has  been more than successful. The exhibit is housed in a handsome cabinet  with black shelves, the whole being  lit up by electricity and the result is  very pretty.  The exhibit contains specimens from  the Bosun group, now owned by the  Northwest Mining syndicate, the  Emily Edith, the Alpha,' the > Grady  group, the ,Cliff, the 'Wakefield, the  Vancouver group, the Comstock and  many other properties'. too numerous  to mention.  The ore is generally 'galena,, but  there are'numerous choice specimen's  of gold bearing rook, fur Silverton no  longer relies exclusively on its silver  mines. After the fair is over the display will be taken to various eastern  Canadian cities by ;the" Canadian  Pacific railway.  Donations to Band.Fend.  We, the committee on subscriptions  in aid of Sandon Brass Band, do extend  our most hearty, thanks to the people  of Sandon for thetrliberal support.  -   The following are thc donations :  Proceeds of Labor Day  $ 85 00  ",        " Dance      86 00  City of Sandon      50 06  A Friend      25 CO  J. M. Harris      25 00  Proceeds of Cesgrove concerts     24 00  Frank H. Wood (Last Chance)     10 00  H. Bostock        5 00  Bruce White (Sloean Star)        5 00  M. L. Grimmett        5 00  Dave McLean        5 00  Total  275 00  Stores, Offices, ect.  Hunter Bros  $ 10 00  Main Bros  15 00  E. E. Atherton  15 00  Thos. Brown  10 00  Alex. Crawford  10 00  H. Bvers  15 00  S. A. Mighton  5 00  Bank of B. C .'.  5 00  C. Cliffe  5 00  Uossland is skirmishing for hockey.  Brooklyn now has a school and a  post office.      <*.  Geo. Richardson, from near Ottawa,  was drowned at Brooklyn the ether  day.  Mr. Merry weather, of Rossland, had  a sister drowned in the Mohegan accident.     ���������������   ' '  The 1. O. G. T., of Sloean City, are  going to have their annual ball on the  28th.  Mrs. McPherson,-aunt of the late Sir  John A. Macdonald, died at Kingston  the other day ag$d -94.  A man named Galligher robbod a  store at Rossland last week and got six  montns for his trouble. ,������  The O. K. Mining Co., in liquidation,  is now in the supreme court at Rossland.   It is not O. K. after all.  of ������.  E. C. Senkler, of Nelson, has received  the gold commissionership for the  Yukon, and left for his duties.  .- The Quebec conference has adjourned, without results so far as the  public know, to meet again in Washington.  The Silvertoman says every mine  around Silverton is being worked, this  fall and winter. There are none  stopped by litigation or otherwise ?  The minority shareholders in the  I.eRoi have declared a dividend. If  this rule was, uniform, it would be  better for the holders of some mines if  tbe minorities ran them:  - <- '  The body of Wan. Darlington who  was killed in a slide near Three -Forks  last spring and temporarily interred  at New Denver has been "removed by  his'friends to Philadelphia.  The Mining W-orld, of Butte, Mont.,  and the Rossland Miner arc back  scratching these times. The$, tell one  another they are the greatest papers in  the earth, and they both ,believe it.  See what it is to have kodacks.  It is said that Mr. A. Carney is to  receive the position of police magistrate of Kaslo. Wait until he is confronted with the three' B's���������"The  Brawling Board of Bribers." Mr. Carney ought to make a. good man for  that position.',   '  The B. C. News, published at Kasjp,  contains a *,Pro'vinci������l Directors," and  in it it has, "Premier.. Hon. J. H. Turner ; Attorney-General, Hon. D. M.  Eberts," etc^ etc., with J. F. Hume  member for th������ Riding. _JKow very  like oldl-Rip Van- Winkle.'    -    -  The-new officials of the K. <fc S. are:  Col. Robt. Irving, president; Geo. F.  Copeland, vice-president and treasurer;  James Jeffries, secretery. A full board  of directors was elected. Col. Irving  has fully earned his spurs, as he is a  most painstaking and efficient officer.  the payment of the interest and the signatures to the interest. Coupons may  be either written, stamped, printed or  lithographed.  * 4. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per  annum from the date thereof, .yhich  interest shall be payable somi-annually  at the said office of the Bank of cBritish  Columbia in Sandon aforesaid, in lawful  money of Canada, oh th* first day of  May and thjo first,day of December, re-  speetively in each year during the currency thereof, and it shall be expressed  ia said debentures and coupons to be so  payable.  5. It shall be lawful for the mayor of  said corporation to "negotiate and^sell  the said debentures or any of them for  less than par, but in no case shall the  said debentures or any of them bo negotiated or sold for less than ninety per  cent, of their faco value, including the  cost of negotiating and sale, brokerage  and all othor incidental expenses.  6. There shall be raised and levied in  each year during the currency of said  debentures the sum of nine hundred  dollars ($900) for tha payment of interest and the sum of one thousand dollars  ($1,000) for the payment of the said debentures by a rate sufficient therefor on  all the rateable land aud improvements  in the said municipality. _  7. It shall bo lawful for the said murf-  ieipal council to re-purchase any of the  said debentures upon such terms as may.  bo agreed upon with the legal holder or  holders thereof or any part thereof,  either at tho time of sale or any subsequent time or times and all debentures  so re-purchased shall forthwith bo cancelled and destroyed and no re-issue %f  debentures so re-purchased shall be  made in consequence of such re-purchase.   " *  '8. This by-law shall take effect oa -or  after the 31st day of October, A.D. 1898.  ������������������ 9. This   by-law may be cited for all  purposes as the   "Creek Improvements  By-Law, No. 11,1898."  itmnillli  MINING BRIEF  With Scissors "and Pen.  _- i,*   .  Th|Fis'her Maiden, Four Mile, is to  ship ������fon.  Tho Adams group will be be ' operated all winter.  , The Es������ex group, near Silverton, has  9 miners at work.'  The Bosun is making ready to ship  120 tons of ore a month.  TheCondor, near Silverton, under  ���������lit, Sandiford's bond, is proving a fine  property.  Theke Forks.���������The ore shipments  from bore, for the week ending Oct. 14,  were: Idaho, 39 tone. ^ '  The Essex group, near Silverton, is  showing up better than expected. It  averages 200 ot. silver and 60 per cent,  lead. **  It is thought  the Last Chance will  be second   in this camp only to the'  Payne, after its shipping facilities are  all ready.  They are looking for the machinery  for the Last Chance tram" eyery  day,'  and hope to have it in operation with-  in a month.  ::!  V  fl������  NOTICE.  1  Take notice that tho^above is a true  copy of the proposed By-law upon which  a vote of the municipality will he takgn  at tho City offioes, Virginia block, Sandon, on Thursday tho Twentieth day of  October, Eighteen Hundred and Ninety  Eight, between the hours of .Eight  O'clock in the morning, and Four O'clock  in tho afternoon.  [Signed]"     ,   .,- '  FRANK Q. SEWEELf    , fc  City Clerk.  MINING RECORDS.  Recorded at  New Denver.  XjOCATIONS.  SANDON CITY BY-LAWS.  - Total      90 00  Hotels, Saloons, etc.  Tattrie & Frazer  $ 10 00  McDonald Bros      10 SO  L0W63 & Harrington       10 00  Bennett & Walmsley      10 00  D. Westerberg    10 00  Moore & Orando.      10 00  Mrs. Barager.      10 00  New Yoik Brewing Co   ��������� 10 00  The Queen Bess.  The Queen Bess mines are rapidly  coming to the front in the rank of the  ore producers of the Sloean. During  the sleighing season the management  of the Queen Bess expects to make  shipments at the rate of 400 tons per  month. A few months' shipping at  this rate should produce a most encouraging dividend. The oro will probably go to the Scottish Colonial Company's concentrator at Three Forks.  The Arlington Difficulties.  It is reported that the difhulties in  connection with the well known Arlington mine located on Springer creek,  about seven miles from Sloean City  will shortly be adjusted and that thc  property will be placed on the list of  steady shippers. About a year ago a  mortgage for $14,000 was placed on the  property for the purpose of paying off  indebtedness and to farther develop the  property. During last winter a force  of men were kept at work but during  the past summer only a sufficient number were retained to keep the mine  clear of water. The mortgage which  is said to be held by Ross Thompson'of  Rossland falls due some time thia  month, when it is hoped that satisfactory arrangements will be mado for  uctive operations to be resumed at the  mine.  Gapt. Adams Speaks of Midway.  Opt. Adams has returned from a  trip through the Boundary country,  Vancouver and other places where he  John Buckley.  E. Thompson  Bryan House.  J. Switxer   Thos. Clair   5 00  5 00  5 00  2 50  2 59  100 00  $465 00  Total donations up to date...  J, A. Griffith,  Treasurer.  PERSONAL   MENTION.  The Rev. Wood, of Kaslo, was in the  city on Tuesday.  Mr. Harris  was  in  Spokane,  week, on a business trip.  this  W. H. Brandon and wife are going  to reside in Ontario this winter.  Rev. and Mrs. Powell, New Denver,  made a short visit at the parsonage,  this week.  Dr. Hendricks, part owner of the  Last Chance, arrived in the city Thursday from San Francisco.  Dr. Gomm is back from his visit to  California, and, we understand, has decided to settle down to practice his  profession.  L. H. Bailey, representing Parke &  Lacy Co., San Francisco, was in town  this week rustling business in mining  machinery, etc  BY-LAW NO. 11.  WHEREAS a petition has b������������n_pr������-  sented to the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of tho City 01 Sandon,  signed by the owners of at least one-  tenth of the value of the real property  in the said city (as shown by the last  revised Assessment Roll), requesting the  said council to introduce a by-law to  raise the sum of fifteen thousand dollars  ($15,000) for the purpose of tha fluming  of and making improvements in the  channel of Carpenter creek and paying  for the same.  And whereas it is deemed necessary  and expedient to flume the said creek  for the convenience of the citizens and  for the protection of property from  floods:  And whekeas it is expedient to borrow the said sum of fifteen thousand  dollars for the purposes aforesaid:  And whereas the whole amount of  tbe rateable land and improvements of  the said city, according to the last revised Assessment Roll, is three hundred  and sixty two thousand dollars (362,-  000):  . And whereas it will be requisite to  raise annually by rate tho sum of one  thousand nine hundred dollars ($1,900)  for paying the said debt and interest .-  Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of  Sandon enacts as follows:���������  1. It shall and may be lawful for the  Mayor of the Corporation of the City of  Sandon to borrow, upon the credit of  the said corporation, by way of the debentures hereinafter mentioned,' from  any person or persons, body or bodies  corporate, who may be willing to advance the same as a loan, a sum of  money not exceeding in the whole the  sum of fifteen thousand dollars($15,000),  and to cause all such sums so raised or  received to be paid into the hands of  the treasurer of the said corporation, for  the purposes and with the objects hereinbefore recited.  2. It shall be lawful for the mayor of  the said corporation to cause any number of debentures to be made, executed  and issued for 'such sum or sums as may  be required for the purpose and object  aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the  sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,-  000), each of the said debentures being  of the denomination of one thousand  dollars ($1,000), and all such debentures  shall be sealed with the seal of the corporation and signed by the mayor  thereof.  3. Tho 3aid debentures' shall bear  date tho 1st day of December, A.D. 1898,  and shall be made payable in fifteen  years from the said date, in lawful money  of Canada at the office of the Bank of  British Columbia in Sandon, aforesaid,  which said place of payment shall be  designated by the said debentures, and  shall have attached to them coupons for  Oct 11���������Hamilton, MoGulgan  oroek,  F  A  Davis.  Loranoe, south east Now Denver, John B  Martin, Dolphua Hero.  Yellow Jacket, Payn* mountain, C A Freeman.  Oot 12���������Sandon Fraction, Cedy creek, Wra  Callaehan.  Oct 13���������Ptarmigan Carpenter.-Wm Smlrl.  Old Stump, relocation  ol tho  Manhattan.  Wm Clark.  Pleaaant View, releaatloa oi the Quaalnd,  Wm Anderson.  Alma, El6nt Mile. Walter Clough, D A Robs  Puzzler, between Eleht and Ten Mile crseka  Frank Byron.  Selkirk, aame, Joseph Brandon.  Oot 14���������Waterloo, adjoining Comoraoker  M L Nicholson.  Iron Hbse Fraction, Four Mile.Hugh Brady  Oct 15���������Nellie F, Payne mountain.Wm Jews  6 Wclnant.  Oet 17���������Nellie, n������rth fork Carpenter. W T  Hancaeka.  Oct 18���������Carbonate Kins Fraction, Payne  mountain, Henry DUley.  Belvedere Fraction, same, E M Gibson,  ASSESSMENTS.  Oct 11���������Perserranee.  Oct 14���������Baltimore, Manitoba Fraction.  Oct 16���������Bee Bee, Havana, Gapher. Grand  View.  Octl7���������Mollie, Dardanelles No 2, Giant, Sliver Standard.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPBOVKMEKTS.  Oct 12���������Wellle Fraettou to B C General Exploration Co, Ltd, Foreign.  TRANSFERS.  Oot 10���������Adirondacks 1-9, Andrew J Murphy  to Wm Ecclea, Oct 8, $333.25.  Oct 11���������Billy D }. A E Fauquier to J H Cory,  Juno 27.  Merrlmao }, Geo Long to A C Allen. Sept 19.  Silverlto }, John Foster to J H Cory. Jan 2������.  Oct 14���������Mazeppa, Randolph Saundera and  Andrew J Murphy to F J Funlcane, Oct IS.  Lillie i, Frank L. Byron to Joseph Brandont  Oct 18.  Puzzler I.Frank L Brandon to Joseph Brandon, Oct 13.  Rena B i. Joseph Brandon to Frank L  Syren, Oat IS.  Little Jack i. same to same, Oct 13.  Bristol Extension J,W H Brandon to Frank  L Byron Oet 1.  Selkirk i, Joseph Brandon to same.Oot 13.  Tarrls. Drewry, Capeilo, } in all, David  Bremner to Amos Thompson, Oct 13.  Turrls i, W W Dines to lame. May 11.  Oot 18���������Eagle Fraction. Ironclad. Eagle.  Emily Edith Fraction,3-5 In all.M E Remmel-  meyer to Chas E Hope, Aug 19.  Bobtail Fraction 14, same to John McLaeh-  lan, Oct 13.  Notice of olalm laid to the Interest to Wm L  Harper In the Ashkosh mineral elalm by  Thos Rouse.  The Sligo Fraction, on Goat mountain, near New Denver, has presented  a sample of sulphide that assayed  4]400 ozs of silver.  A force of men are now engaged at  the junction of the Wakefield r$tw-hide  trail and the Silveitou wagon road, in  building a commodious ore-house - for  this winter's shipments of Wakefield  ofe> Unless something unforseen -  should occur this property will ship  about 75 carloads this winter.  The Isis, near the Lucky Jim, is one  of the latest minos to report a rich  strike., D. and J. Black, W.S. Drewry,  H. Fletcner, G. Boetcher and E., Williams are'the owners, and their find is ,'  three feet of very bright ore in a tunnel  165 feet in. The ore in that section is  not ef the finest grade, but is found in l  large bodies.  Jacob   Kelson is  exhibiting  somel  prophetic specimens of ore taken from  his claim Baby Frction ' adjoining 'the '  Noonday near Cody.   The ledge, is two  feet wide, and certainly worse looking  specimens have  stood  sentinel  ova?'  what are now some of^Sur best mines. ,  Jacob says' he located it while lying in '  bed sick.   It ie no doubt en the Noon- ���������<  day lead. **  - Prospects at the Noble Fivo are most  cheering ogain, and the future is sure  to prove it is a valuable property. In  the development work of the past ten  months, the miners havo turned out a  lot of ore that is now in the tunnels  and pockets of various kinds. It io  likely the mine will be shipping by the  1st of January, and will be permanent  after commencement.  While building the Comstoek wagon-  road near that property, the graders ,  cut a fine looking ledge, exposing good  ore. This showing is on the Bonaparte  claim the property of L. Leibert and  John Gillis, who had just completed  assessment work on the claim at another point on the ledge. This new  find but adds value to what is already  known as a valuable property.  The Miller Creek group, under the  management of F. A. Davis, is making  good progress and bids fair to be one  of the prominent mines of the camp,  soon, as well as a steady shipper. A  second car of ore will be shipped  seon. The old tunnel has been driven  in 275 feet and gives a fine showing of  clean ore 16 inches in width, with indications of improvement as work progresses.  -<*'-".. I.  -:- ;* ������r������  l-u1  -^1  > -kit  % i r  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The  menta  following is   a list of oro ship-  over the  K. & S. from Sandon  CHURCH    NOTES.  Methodist, Rev. A. M. Sanford, A.B.,  pastor.���������Regular services will be held  to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.  Special music will be rendered at evening service as follows:  Anthem���������"He giveth His beloved  sleep," solo by Mrs. Nichols, with full  chorus. Anthem���������"JJ.e telling of His  salvation." Special music from orchestra eomposed of: Orgaft, ^Sewell;  cornet, Tranery; violin, Griffith^ elai-  ionet, Cliffe. i V  Presbyterian.���������Rev. J. Clelland wifl*i  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.  for the week ending October 20:  MINK. TOH8.  Payne 100  Ruth ~  20  Last Chance  40  Sloean Star  60  Total .220  The following are the ore shipments  fer the week via the C. P. R.  Payne 240  Sloean Star 60  Total S00  and S. Shipments 220  P.R.  .800  Grand total 520  WHAT Dk. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo, N. Y.���������Gents :���������From my  personal knowledge, gained in observing the effect of your Shiloh[s Cure in  vases of advanced consumption, I am  pfcjepared to eay it is th.������ most r<JUMt>  remedy that has ever f        ' "  my are������ptention.  saved rm%iy lrom  at McQueem^Drug  r^���������  ���������-p*~.  Si * -j* *-*N   - A lL*JS*V?5WW-V*T������tJiw- ...-���������..(!!'.   ...        i --; .'.   ������������������ I  1   ,"J> " wK*MpfAi4steljtl?3    _L -;'..;:- --i::..:.:      ���������   .,:���������.'     ...,.'..���������,,:���������- ,' (  a "������".i..���������*  *���������"������; "H^BIMferXfj Crai"I *������ A.j!**���������' .'IL   '"'.".T. ���������'"'  '���������'".���������*rf*-"7^*rT"'-r������������������-r- "      ��������� tt-������;- ���������i ������������������!������������������-, |.-n~- -n.-.r--.���������,���������..., ..., ,-..... j ., TtutTn-^-,j-^.n-,.f,i..i. tmriT������. .4. ~irrji������^i ...... .������..nm.r-.   m- -,-T---- -g-.- ��������� -..������ ~.������ ���������'������������������.-r-f-r!   ^r���������  4-."' '-���������  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1898.  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY.......'..OCTOBER 22, 1898.  SfcBsCRiETiosr $2.00 Per Year  . . {-Strictly is Advjtace.  OUR FUTURE.  The universal opinion of all who  traverse, the raining districts of British  Columbia is, tliat there is no better  point for the investor than^gandon.  It is quite tru,e it has not as fine a  site for a town   as some  other,places,  _and is not, therefore, as inviting a  residential place as some other points,  ,but this is not alone the question���������it  is money most people are striving for.  There is one thing that counts largely  for the credit of the placo, and thai,  taken with its opportunities for investment, must tell in the f nd���������that circumstance is its sanitary surroundings.  \fhile other places, many of .them  those' nice residential points, are sufi-  ering with fevers after fevers and tlie  like, Contagious diseases are here altogether unknown. This fact arises  principally from two circumstances���������*"  first our plentiful supply of the best  water in the world, and secondly our  natural drainage into a stream with a  ^speed of many miles an hour. We,  therefore, take'in no germs of disease]  through our water supply, and inhale  no infectious odors. Absence of con-  tagious' diseases must result from  these two conditions.  This  established fact, -considered  1 witfifrour unparalleled field for profitable ' investments, should secure as  large a population as   the place  can  . locate and  centre , a large amount of  ' wealth.  The Americans must blame their  own   harsh way of dealing -with their  ��������� Indians for the troubles they so frequently have with them: CanadaBs  methods-stand out in strong contrast.  Since Canada became settled,the country never saw bloodshed, the result of  Indian treatment, excepting in the  troubles stirred up by that half breed  ".murderer Reil. The Canadian government seems to remember, and the  American government to forget, that  this whole country was once rightfully  ' owned by tfS red men; and that even  though they did not make a good use  of their possessions, there was no just  reason why they should be dispossessed of it by force. Under all circumstances, the Canadian government got  -possession of the country, district after  district, by purchase, while the Amer-  ..icans almost invariably got possession  of theirs by force of arms. This  trouble in Minnesota the other day  arose from an attempt of Americans  to drive the Indians from one reservation to another against their will. A  few months ago the Canadian government desired, to get the Manitoba  Indians to remove to a district farther  north. Many ef the red skins favored  the change ;. but so long as there was  a number of them who opposed it, the  the idea was dropped for the present,  and trouble averted. These unfortunate people are dying fast before the  advance of civilization, and it will be  but a few years before they are so  thinned ofi in both countries, that  their present holdings can be got with  little difficulty, and both governments  should await that time if peaceable  arrangements cannot be made in the  interval.  Some of our confreres are wrestling  with the causes of the lack of growth  of their respective towns, and in most  cases they attribute it  to lack of unanimity and unity of action among the  people.    The conclusion is, no doubt,  to an extent at least correct.    Good,  healthy boards of trade, in a measure,  overcome  this, and   tend   largely  to  unify   public  sentiment  on   all local  questions and matters  that affect  the  growth of civic communities.    A good,  ' sensible, considerate   municipal council,   made'up of representatives lrom  all   callings in  a   place   contributes  largely to unification also.    When we  say ���������''considerate" in such   a   connec-  * tion, we mean the consultation of the  people  on all matters of expenditure  before these expenditures  are made.  People who have  to pay taxes   for all  improvements'   naturally like   to   be  consulted   before   the    burdens   are  placed upon them.      All  the   differences of Sandonitcs, such as they are,  have resulted   from   the   omission   of  this latter.     Another fruitful Source of  .dissatisfaction   is the extension "of im-  platnyements calculate^ to enhance the  -   The   of'Jj&gHpcrties of  a., B. and  J "'"���������>-*\';ioii  has but  little   real  ^ likely   to come into   the  '���������on, we have but little  to fear from this latter cause. We  would like, however, to see a Boaid  of Trade���������a-live institution, at whose  meetings everything affecting the  welfare of the place could be fully  threshed out and present a front of  unity when it comes to action.  Sloean Celebrity.  Mr. J. C. Eaton, the well-known S������!o-  can mining man,' has left for San  Francisco wilh !?frs.Enton. Mr. Eaton  recently told bin interest in thc Whitewater mine to an Knglish company,'  e.tlled the Whitewater Mines, limited,  one-third being retained* by his partners,'Mr. John L. Jtctallaek and Major  J. M. Montgomery. Mr. .baton is now  opening up the ?>Iadison group, one  rojle above Sandon, which, he says, is  only a prospect.  In telling of the prosperity that lias  come to that section he made a striking contrast between conditions, when  he llrbt went there and those existing  now. - o  "I have just come out of the Sloean,4'  ���������said he, "and lhe mines are producing  more than ever. JThe advance in the  price of silver had made mines pay to  work whioh (lid not pity before. The  silver-lead portion ot the Kootcnaj  country is producing a great deal more  than the sold portion; in fact, more  money will c.orr e out of that district  than will come out of thc Klondyke  this year. The Payne is shipping  6100,000 a month, having shipped,a  few dollars lessy than iGOO,000 in the  liist six months of this 3'car. The  Whitewater is putting in a new mil!.  On the Whitewater Deep Mr. 11. E.  Drown is putting in a new compressor  plant, and- is starting a large tunnel  from the Kaslo creek level. I should  think it would strike ore at a depth of  700 feet vertically below the present  workings. The Last Chance is putting  in a new trarrj, which strikes the railroad a mile and a half above Sandon.'  and has becomn a wonderful producer.  Mr. Brown is building up the town ol  Whitewater, and has put up a notise  of sixteen rooms at the mine. When  1 went to sec 'him the other day ' he  asked me if I wanted to take a bath.  ?ayjing he ba'fttvo'bath rooms. Why.  /"built tbattraiJ'to Whitewater with  my own hands when I had only one  shirt." ,   '  WONDERFUL LAKE SUPERIOR.  Facts About   the Largest  Fresh Water  Body in   the   World.  Il is, to begin with, the largest body  of fresh water in. the world. Jt ,if>  water of wonderful purity which it  holds, too; and some time���������and not in  the very distant future, cither���������tho  people who live in tlie, largo cities to  the west and south will.como to this  lake to get the water for their homes.  It will not be so remarkable an engineering feat to pipe the water nf this  hike, pure and sparkling and fresh  irom its' cold depths, to those citiee  which arc now struggling with tin  question of their water supply, an<*  m,\ ting all sorts* of dt/h.-i.il: s in \lHit  f (Torts to get water lit to drink.  All down through this thousand fpet  of blue there is a peculiar coldness.  At the very most the temperature  varies through winter and summer not  more than six degrees. Winter and  summer this great lake never changes  to any appreciable extent, so that if  you dip your finger tips in the blue  surface on a day in July, or if you test  it some day in early winter when %on.  have been,out on some belated, ice-  mailed fishing sm-tck, or when you  have gono'out to watc'h the fishermen  spearing their supplies through the  thick ice in mid-January, you will find  but a trifle difference in the temperature. Away down at tho bottom, too,  there is but .little variation in the  temperature, for it stands at nearly 40  degrees Fahrenheit at the bottom, and  varies from 40 to 40 degress, winter  and summer, at the surface. The  < ther lakes, though cold, are not in  tliis respect like lake Superior.  The whole bottom of the Jake is  believed to be <a strong rock basin,  though it would seem that there must  be great springs at the bottom to help  l.ecp up" thc enormous volume of  water. From thc north there is a  large amount ef water pouring into the  Like year -in and year out; thc swift  rushing," narrow-hanked Ncpigon and  ether streams furnishing no small part  of the supply. The streams in a large  measure make up the loss from the  surface. One of the old lake captains,  a bronzed kindly-faced man who has  been for 35 years on thc lakes, and bad  faced death many a time in tbo frightful storms which sometimes sweep  across these beautiful bodies of water,  told me, a8 we were passing along one  day near the north shore of Superior,  with the headlands and thc inlets and  glossy green bluffs of that most picturesque shore in full view, that' the  theory that the lake was slowly going  down in size was true. He maintained  that he could tell from certain landmarks along the shores, with which he  is a? familiar as he would be with the  streets of his old Scottish birthplace,  that the lake was slowly, very slowly,  but surely receeding. Howevei:, it will  be some centuries yet before there will  be any appreciable lessening of the  Great Lakes, so that wc need not be  W/4  There is  implanted     in  every   man    a  love    of   life  stroiijr   enoutjh  to   make   him  tremble   and  kneel   before  death when he  thoroughly recognizes its  approach.       The  trouble with  men   is   that  they do not recognize   death  unless it comes  in some violent  ,'2q pr rapid  form  Vu Consumption  <p"  kills more men  Q     than wars, famines,   plagues  __������������-_-.-���������~^.*r- -/-        and   accidents,  *^ "" ���������'     *    but its approach  is insidious, aud men do not realize that  fuey are in it"; clutch. While consumption  is a g-erin disease, the bacilli will not in-  vade" sound and healthy lungs. The lungs  must first be iu a diseased condition.  First a man feels a little out of sorts.  Piobably he is overworked and has given  too little time to eating, sleeping and resting. His appetite falls off. His digestion  get-, out of older and his blood does not  receive the proper amount of life-giving  nutriment. The*liver becomes torpid and  the blood is filled with impurities. These  are pumped into every oigan of the body,  building up unhealthy, half-dead tissues.  The most haim is done at the weakest spot,  and mo-.t frequently- that spot is in the  lungn A slip lit cole! leads to inflammation, the bacilli invade the lungs and we  have a case of consumption. ,  Ninety-eight per cent, of all cases of  cShsumplioti are cured by Dr. Pierce's  Solden Medical Discovery. It is the great  Wood-maker nnd flesh-tuuldei. Tt restores  the lost appetite, makes the digestion pei-  i������cl, invigorates the liver, purifies the  ftood, builds new mud healthy flesh and  di ives out all impurities and disease germs.  !l cuies weak lungs, spitting of blood, obstinate coughs and kindred ailments. No honest druggist will recommend a substitute.  7,1,5 Vrsula Dunham, ol Slstersvllle. Tyler Co.,  W Va , writes. " I "unci a pain iu my side all the  time, hnd but little appetite ami grew very tliln.  i'lii. ' Oildcn Medical Discovery" piouiptly  :ur������l the pain, restortd my "appetite and In-  rrpusid "iv weicrlit "  concerned.  Strange as it may seem, the, lake has  tides, too, well defined tides, discovered in 1860. It is what is called a  self-registering: tide, with a regular  flux and reflux wave, caused, so the  scientific men say, by the sun and  moon. The average rise and fall every  24 hours is one fourtcen-hundreth of a  foot; the maximum tide at new and  full moon is one tweniy-oighth-hund-  of a foot.  . -age ���������  Died in tie Mountains.-  Ernest Terry who went ont in #the  mountains about a month ago, with  the intention of trapping for the  winter, died at his cabin in the Macaroni basin on Wednesday of inst  week. Mr. Terry built a cabin before  being taken sick on White Grouse  mountain, and in it he. was found in a  fhidpleBS condition by Mr. Hooker, who  happened to be passing that way and  called al tne cabim t Alex. Assehn was  leit to attend to *Mft Terry "while  Hooker'ftamo to Kelson for help. On  Mr. Hooker's return with medicine,  Mr. Terry was removed on a'stretchcr  to Macaroni basin where ne died next  day. Tho remains were given decent  burial and the place of interment was  marked with across giving the. name  c f deceased and d He of his death.  A Big Output.  The Canadian grological survey  places thc total value of the mineral  output for the Dominion last year at  fr2S,000,000, an increase ot ?G 000,000  over the previous year. The output is  divided as follows among thc principal  mining provinces , British Columbia,  $10,455,268 ; Nova Scotia, SO 000000 ;  Ontario, ��������� 5,000.000 ; Quebec, S2,063,2G6;  Northwest Territories and Yukon, 4'i,-  000,000.  It" you cannot get beef,  mutton will answer. -  You may choose between  milk, water, coffee or tea.  But there is no second choice  for Scott's Emulsion.  - It is Scott's Emulsion or  nothing.  When you need the best  cod-liver oil, the best hypo-  phosphites, and the best  glycerine, all combined in  the best possible manner,  you have only one choice.  It brings prompt results  in all cases of wasting, or  loss in weight.  'All druggists; 50c nnd $1.00.  ,   SCOTT &  BOWNE,      Chi.nii.is, Toronto.  LASSIE WI'  THE  GOLDEN  LOCKS,  Iia'iMe wl' tho golden locks,,  Bovnio la'-fcio, artlo=a lussio.  Wilt tb������u wi' ina t.-'it t'.u 1'oUli  Wilt Irtiou bo iny Ucario, O'r  Npiv nuturo rlerJa tlio flowery les,  Ana b' 1=: j-ouu-; nn 1 gny liko thea,'  Oh, wilt th'm h'luro its joy-) wi1 me  And tuy thou'lt t>a iny dearie, O?  And when tho welcome dimmer shower  Has cheered Hit drooping little flower.  We'll to tho breathing woodbiao bowor  At sultry noon, my dosriu. Ol  WJicn Cyiitlaa liirbls wi' isilver ray  Tho wen y s.hiurur'3 hamev?rd way.  Through yiulow, waving fi;>Ids we'll straj  And tallt o' love, my deario, 01  And when tho howling wintry blast  Di >tuil,j my l..wlo\s misliii'.'ht rest,  Eciluhpid to n.y faithful bi-i.as,!i  I'll comfort thoe, ciy dcario, 01  Lassie wi' tho golden locks,  rjminio ].-s-.i(\ artless lr=:nie;  Wilt thou wl' mo tont tho flock's?  ���������ft'ilt thou bo my dearie, O?  ���������b:. Louis Globe-Domocrnt.  GELS LAPIN.  I-Was wandering, ������jiin In haml, In tho  forest when I saw a stone cross. I hed  been so lout? nwy from the coimt'y th.it  tliis cross wr.i new to inc. Tho gossiu o������  tho little hamlet on tho skirt of tho woods  wns Taupe*, who had onco,ko������t the village  ca'o and was tho barber of tho country,  but he was too old now to exercise either  calling. I knew Taupet. could tell mo nil  aliout that crors. J.i< etln;; him next day,  ho R3.vo mo with much detail the story of  Gris Lai'in:  They c.illrd tho man Gris Lapin because  of his board, which was thick and ijray,  nnd he had I'j-cim'inent troth���������anil did mon-  Bieuv notice the prominent teeth of it do  Elenvillu, the master of tlie hounds? lie  ivnsnplior this country, thU Gris 3-apln,  but from Brit.'r.ny, and was onco valet do  .thiens to the (Jomtn de JJlenviUc���������with his  hounds and his other distinctions. The '  sount had to Fell hi--, estate, and he wetit  In hidiivc, nobody knew where. As for  Gris Lapi it, ho would not titko another  place. He loved his freedom and to life  after hi.s owJvplcusure, and he set up a9 a  woodcutter, u, business at which he was  very cxpei-t���������too expert perhaps, for the  forest keepers, who suspected him of fell-  lnp; more wood than ho paid for, but for a  long timo they could prove nothing against  him.  He would often come to my littlo oafo,  and we bccrine great friends-. Ho told mu  ho hud-a wife in Brittany and a son thern  named lEustasc, and that in the neighbor  hood lived Mile. Agnes, tho Count do  Bienville's daughter, who was being cared  for by her auut. .Sometimes Gris Lapin  would quit the forest and go to Brittany.  It was Gris Lapin who brought us tho  news of all this, and soon wo heard how  the chateau was to bo ne.vly furnished and  furbished up and tho count's old debts  paid off, and presently wo heard of nothing  but M. do Bienville and Mmo. la Com  tcsse. And Lhe new housekeeper at the  chateau was no other than the wife of Grl������  Lapin, and thoir son, tho littlo Eustaso,  was running about- tho placo, a flno play  fellow for Mile. A������nes, who had now como  back,to her father's house. The count had  married a rich wife, but it turned out  that tho new countess had no lovo for hor  stepdaughter. All the lady thought of was  to get rid of Mile. Agnes���������by marrying  her off to somo rich man. Buslasc-^-that  was Gris Lapin's boy���������was going to school,  and was to be brought up to be a priest.  Ho studied Latin and all that kind ol  thing. Gris Lapin did not like the idea of  the boy becoming n, priest. "Make him a  soldier," .said he. But Gris Lapin's wife  and hor mistm^j insisted that Eustase  showed a disposition to bo a cure, and it  was arranged so that ho was shipped to  the seminary. Tho fact is tliat Gris Lapin  absorbed a great deal 'Of brandy and was  not exaotly a reputable sort of a father. .'  Now, as ill luck would have it, when'  Kustase came ' homo from his vacation,  madame had gone to her own estate in  Brittany, and lho count had taken tho opportunity to "bring homo his daughter from  tho conve-il- to givo hor pleasuro, and our  young monsieur must needs become onani-.  orcd of tliis Mile. Agne<=.' You see, Eustaso  had taken no vows, and so, when it was  found out that tho boy nnd the girl cared  for ono another, thero was a precious row,  and mademoiselle was packed oil to a convent; and the lad to the seminary.  . Then the war wilh tho Prussians took  placo, and M. lo Comtewent into service,  and after awhile the Germans wero hero  in force, and a Prussian general had his  headquarters at tho chateau.  , Yv'liat was-Gi-is Lapin doing? Cutting  wood for the Prussians and earning u  good bit of money. Thc fact is, my own  littlo place of entertainment was doing a  deal ot business. Sometimes I said to Gris  Lapin: '' Take care, tho count may hold  you responsible some"day for all the wood  you aro cutting. Watch out, thc count  may havo tomobodv looking to his intcr-  Ysis." , , ' '  Well; ono day a mau'came into my plaoe  ���������tln.ro woro ever so ninny Pr jssian 60I-  diuv there���������and he was dressed h kc a peasant, villi hju bill hook hanging at his gLr-  dlc, an hoi.o-i \.o ,d ,ian, as it would seem.  Somo of'the roidlers laughed and mado  faces at hii-i and called him Herr'Crapaud.,  B1.1 l.c dit: not F,ccm to mind. A quiet,  niK'.t'le agtd man, his resemblance lo Gris  Lupin struck mo at once, only he was  younger in thufacn, though his hah- looked  grayish.. Then suddenly ho .said, "M.  T.-uipa, will you cut my hair?" "Walk  inlo my back room," f-aid I. Yoii' soe.  thr>so I'j'iis-ians dreaded spies nnd "wero  very =usj>iciou������,. Xo sooner was he seated  in iny b.u-licr's chair than I noticed that  his hair wns powdered, so As to give him  an older lo-)!:. Suys ho at "once: "I am  Ki-t.i-o. Fi.id mc some way of getting  into 1 lie chate nu. I cannot a������k my father  to U !p ma. Ho must not knowl am here.  1 <aw him as 1 t.imo hero. My father was  dr,111k and w.ts fraternizing with our ene-  rnk'-."  T! .-ii I was '-lire the Germans were  w: l lung ns. Zlow, a sudden inspiration  <���������'���������; ��������� 1 mc, and I said aloud: "Yes, thay  buy (/iil.-koiis al lho chateau, and if you  had any pig .ons you could sell them. Any  Li'id of ponltry is In demand."' Thon I  lid. .'. (1 lh.it KnsLise started. "Pcro Tau-  [i-i 'i-.-iulhe, in a low voice, "that guess  u' '���������(��������� ] igeons w.i" a dangerously good ono.  l/iolyi" And opciihg the bosom of his  blouso, hoshov.idmc a whito carrier pig-  con thero, one jn' tlie true Antwerp breed  '-But tell .'iu about the chateau and  Mile. Agnes?-' he a'-ked.  1 ;���������>!'c him the last news. "Thoy are  all well," I s.iid. .Then ho told me that he  w.io no loiigiT'iiMsninariai, but had taken  up aims in defe.-rle of Franco; that he  had b- fn promised his epaulets if he would  umlei i.ine a dungcrous horvico, and ir. was  to Led uiil tlo csuot forte of Prussians In  this j������ounce. That, he had llii-cc pif. ons  and lhat two of them hud been-loos, d, and  Ihovl'ii'd, with- tho final iicjwp���������the mos.4  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  '        " *  The following monthly magazines  arc always kept in &tock -at ��������� Glill'e'8  Bookstore: . ,    Ji  MAGAZrNtf. ' PEIOK.  The Young- Ladies' Journal. 35 cents  "    Cosmopolitnii '-..lo   "  "    Arcn.1 30   "  "    L.idirs' Home Journal 15   '*  ���������'    Canadian 15   "'  Munsey'a < 15   "  important���������was to bo sent to the  .branon,  headquarters.  I ma7ia������3d somehow that Eustasn had  mvrance to the chateau, and you may fancy what joy there was when la mere and  the pretty Agnes fouud out who was the  elderly pigeon merchant who had Drought  the birds for tho kitchen. Such information as iCustase obtained he wroto and put  lnaauillundattaohcdit to tho pigeon, and  I think mademoiselle herself carried it to  the upper window ef the chateau and let  it fly, and thu bird winged^ her way right  over the lorcst. And now Eustaso said to  A^ncs, "You havo won for me the cross  and my o;-aulets." But just then they  heard tt shot.  That evening Gris Lapin oamo to my  plnoo and I told him about his son and he  bov i'l hntdly believe me. And as we were'  ��������� t-iLiLi lift i.-^iethcr \n n, low voice we heard  the -=3un..l of a military parly���������-tramp,  tramp, tramp���������and bohold thero came  along al the double an armed guard of  Prussians with a prisoner in tho middle  of them, his lipids tied behind him, as  palo as dc^lh, with a strango glazed look  In the eyes. "That is a poor fellow whom  they have caught fending messages to our  nrtAy by a carrier pigeon, heaven bless  hi in)" somebody said. And at that Gris  Lupin B-Uiggercd forward nnd throw hlm-  Kelf anions tho soldiers with a loud cry,  whiio tho prisoner turned his head. "Mon  pcre," ho cried, springing toward him as  well as be could, but, the soldiers urged  himaloi}'>-with their bayonets and drove  i������\ayGrls Lupin with blows, and ho fell  backward among us more dead than alive.  It was terrible! Tho young man was to  bo shot. Tho countess and Mile. Agnes  were to bo sent out of France. Tho pigeon  which Iu d been shot, had told tho whole  story. That evening Gris Lapin came to  see mo. I tried to comfort him, but ho  hacks roe hold my wnguo, for that 1 knew,  nothing about tho mutter. "That might  be," I said, "but I know this much���������that  if I know the traitor who had betrayed  him I tvould do my best to strangle him  with llie.'o two hands of mine." At this  Gi-is 1 apin dtshod lit mo, tearing lho wrapper from his brawny tin-oat. "Bo you say  sol1 Then st ran^lo mo,for I am tho traitor 1''  llo'had ?hot tho pigeon and had taken  it to thorxussians and solditfor'SO francs  with the little burden it carried. "Yes, I  hare sold my son's life," he groanod.  "Well, I am going away���������I am going to  take charge of mademoisollo and my wife.  They need never know," looking at mo  fiercely. "No," I said, "thoy need nover-  know���������nor anybody else, for that matter.  I .should not betray you." "You will not  betray me," repealed Gris Lapin, "but  you will not touch hands upon that."  "No." I Bald, diwvlng baok, "I will not."  At that his mood changed and ho flung  himself into thc operating chair and bade  mo light my lamp and shave his beard. In  a now country he would bo a now man.  And indeed ho looked a now man with  his gray hoard taken off and his hair shortened���������a much younger man, for his hair  was still black, or only speckled with gray.  When I had finished, he muffled up his  face, saying with a bitter laugh that it  would nor do to tako a chill. "And now,"  ho said, "I am pi-oroisrd ton minutes with  my son. It will b6 ������ plcusant intorviow,  don't you think?" wilh a hollow laugh  that made my bl ood run cold. " And boforo  daylight tomorrow," ho continued, "I  shall bo far away from hero and we shall  never most again. Will you not; touoh  hands!" "My friend," I said, "may  heaven forgive you, but I cannot tako your  hand." And Gris Lapin turned away and  was lost to sight in thc darkness.  I slept soundly onough lhat night, for  whatever people's troubles may be ono  must work and work brings tho need of  repose, hut ju.st before daybreak I was  aro,i-,od by tho soklitrs who woro billeted  upon me turning ont. I got up to see  what was tho matter, whon a sergeaat,  etching Sight ������*f me, mado signs to mc in  n rough, authoritative way to take tip a  spade and follow him. I turned sick at  what was going to happen, but theso were  people not bo trifled with, and I marched  away to the forest with tho rest.  It was in this little clearing, .monsieur,  .where tho firing party was drawn up, with  one solitary flguro stripped to his shirt  standing before Jiieni. I flung myself  down on the ;rroqjid and buried my face  in 'the moss, and tho volloy rang out  loud and clear. And then the firing rarty  marched off, and I was left with the sergeant, who was carelessly pacing up nndr  down, and who motioned to me to dig tho  grave. But iirst I went up to the body to  closo tho eyes that wero staring wildly,  wilh, I fancy, some littlo consciousness  still left in tliom. "But thc face was quite  different from what I expected���������with tho  marks of my own razor upon it, and a  gash' tliat I mado in my agitation tho night  beforo 1 It was the face of Gris Lapin.  Ah, how I pressed his hand, and I fancied  that tho numbed fingers fcobly returned  the pressure I His orimo was expiated he  might rest in peuco. And, ma foi, I should  like lo lie here myself, with tho sound o,f  the ax in lho distance and the wood pigeons cooing. But'that is all folly, for  when we are dead, what mattersP  Mind, 1 do not believe for a moment  t-h.-.b the young man thought that ho had  left hid father to die. He could not think  it possible that lhey should shoot ono man  for another. Nov would they havo dono so  but Tov the ruso of Gris Lapin in having  l,is well known heard taken off. But,  anyhow, the young-man escaped, and thc  [,iutrd did not rccogiiizo lho change. And  perhaps lie does not know to this c day, foi  when thc war was over none could say  what had become of Oris Lapin. And I  also hold my peace, fori thought that such  woi.-ld bo the wish of my old comrade.  But M. Eimuse got his epaulets, after  oil, and in tho end lo comto gave his permission that ho should marry Mile. Agnes.  And madame. who was at first very angry,  was afterward reconciled, and when sho  died���������both she and lo comto aro now  dead���������sho leit the bulk of hor fortune to  tho young couple. And so tho little Etts-  ta.[e is now 11. cle Bienville and hunts the  fon-hti like a rcr.iid ra^nonr, but some of  ua l-oitiei.iber tlu.t. after all, he is lho son  of Gius Lapin.���������All tho Year Round.  Before tho Table.  ArchbMmp Ma,o;eo was once prasont nt  a lull dress cioh/ito on the ciistward position, when doubts wero expressed as to tha  exact meaning of I ho word* " baforo lho  nbio." After a apuaoh or two Br. Magno  tol/.eil ii piece of -p,i|icr and wroto: "As to  fcho phrase, 'Tho .piocr that played bofore  r.fosts.' doubts hnvo ai-isin. Somo believe  Its inciiiing to ba that the pipor played bofore Moses���������that is, nt a period anterior to'  his birth. Others hold that tho plpor played Ik fore Moses in" tho sonso of precodlng  the fieat lawgiver whon ho dauood; whilo  others loach that the pipor played (coram  Mose) before 'or in tlio prosenco of Mosos  wlion tho son of A ni ran dined. All those  i.ro wrong. Tho pliraso ls to bo understood  <:.! implying that tho pipor played at tlio  north end of Moses, looking south." Tho  (looimient was 'handed up to Arohb|shop  1'ait, who looked grave.���������San B'rancieca  Argonaut  Hint mi  TO, CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggets refund the money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To and from  Fnropeart  points via  Canadian and American linen.   Apply  for snilin������ dates, rates and full inl'or  mation to any C. P. Tl. agent or  '   A. C. AIcAimiTJR., Sandon.  vVM. STITT, Gen. S. S. Agt.,Winnipeg.  m  hi  If  >,'J  J\   I       ������������������������megy  The latest Magazines arrive daily. '   ,  Wall   Papers���������:the  latest  designs���������the  only complete stock in the city.,  Stationery in every style and quality.  3  )  H Hi  The Best Blank .Books for all purposes. J  Small Wares to no end. ,     ^  Sporting Goods for all. ���������        ���������     ���������   ).  1:    ���������!  LATEST  GAMES    j  FOR; EVENING AMUSEMENT.  >    <s  Call arid see one of the most complet j i  stocks  of Church Books, School Supplies, |  Ink, Cloth Bound Books,;,Musical, Goods, &c.  in the Kootenay country!  THE ONLY P00KST0KE  Between the B. N. A. and B. C. Banks^L,  X  Sandon,; B. C*  X  &' fc:W '"���������:. V SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1898.  THE MINIrTG REVIEW.  I MI IS ft DRAW.  A large Crowd,t0 See, the Burl ey-  Smith Contest. ���������  X  50K.  GO  n  >  Rossland, Oct., 17���������The ten round  contest between Nick Burlcy and Co'ol-  gardio Smith took plaep' this evening  at thc International music hall. Bur-  ley was seconded by Cox Whaley and  Jack McArthur, and Coolgnrdie Smith  by Lewis. Tom Hall was referee and  Max Carter time keeper.  Nick Burley had the advantage in  height, weight and reach, and is, moreover, a clever boxer with considerable  ring experience,   having   boxed   with  - such men as Sharkey, and other stars  in the Pacific coast fistic firmament.  Ernest Smith, co'v .monly known as  "Coolgardie," is a mining man lrom  Australia, where he won'   the   middle-  ��������� weight.amattire championship.'  .     He won, a   fight   in   Ros������ltmd   lust  ' December,' and   more--recently   vanquished the .champion  of   the   North  - West Territories nt Dawson City.  ��������� ' Despite the odds against him thero  were many whs fancied Coolgardic's  chances, remembering   the  cleverness  -and dash shown in  previous  contests.  Comparatively little   money   changed  . hands over the result, for, while   thero  '������������������was plenty of money to say that Smith  J would Inst the 10 rounds,   there  were  not many ,who backed him   right   out  '"for any amount of money.'  ��������� *    The fight,was not. a   very   exciting  one, as Smith, realizing in the first  Vround that lie could not win, adopted  -'Jfalling tactics' from the outset. Ho  -^fell several times in each round; tak-  ', ing his full nine seconds on each occasion. He clinched whenever .an op-  ' portunity showed itself, and generally  ., availed -himself to the   utmost   of  all  - the lesources of ring generalship. JTot-  ' .withstanding all his efforts,   however,  '" he was badly punished, and,hia friends  "say, broke, a rib towards the end of the  vfight, but he was still on his feet when  ���������/the gong sounded at  tho end   of   the  ��������� terith^rourid, so" the   contest   was   declared a draw.' .    *   -  Thc hall was packed to its utmost  capacity, aud though the mill was disappointing in a sense, it was agreed  on all sides the contest was a "genuine  one.  These watches are solid 14-carat  ,gold, and our usual list price for'  therrf here in England is ������5 (S-5)  each, but to introduce our enormous Catalogue, we will send you  this watch free if you take advantage of our marvellous offer. If  you vvant one, write us without  de'ny. With your letter send us  50 cents International Money  Order, for wnich'we will send you  a solid silver hrooch,worth SI, tnd  our offer. After you receive the  beautiful watch, we shall expect  you to show it to your friends,  tond call their attention to this  ? advertisement, Tliis watch is  b sent free on registered post on  S your complying with our adver-  f tiscment and our oiler, and is war-  }>  ranted for five years.   Address���������   \  } WATCHMAKERS' ALLIANCE )  ]> & ERNEST GOODE'S STORES, )  f  jyro., ISA Oxford St.London, Eng.   \  \     ' Money returned if not more thnn  l satisfied.  ATEHTION TRAVELLING PUBLIC-  Leave Sandon for all Coast and Sound  points at 7.45 a.m. daily,  arrive Vancouver 13 o'clock next day.  arrive Seattle 17.35 o'clock next day.  arrive Nelson 22.30 o'clock Eame day,  arrive Trail 22 o'clock same day.  arrive Rossland 23.30 o'clock famet-lay.  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London, Oct.15 ���������The Atlantic trans-  , port company's steamer Mohegan,  formerly the Cleopatra^ of tho Wilson  and Fnrness Lcyland line, which left  London for New"York yesterday with  50 passengers and a crew of 150, is  ashore off the Lizard, between the  Manacles and the Lowlands. -It is  rumored that thero has,been , a great  loHsoflife, a ooast guard messenger  reports that the passengers are"dnwn-  ing like rats." Another report says  that bodies are washing ashore, one  being that of a lady with her legs severed and lashed to a plank. Particulars as to the disaster are difficult to  obtain. It appears that when the  Mohegan struck, a gale was blowing  and the sea was running high. Life  boats put, off from thc Lizard a^d from  Falmouth.. .   ^ M ;  London, Oct. 16.���������According to a  dispatch just received from Falmouth  out of the. 200 persons constituting  passengers and crew of 4he Mohegan,  only 31 have been saved,  : {'" This : intelligence..- was t forwarded  from the coast by telephone to Falmouth.  Later���������A life boat has landed 30 of  the Mohegan's pausengew and returned  for more. One lady died after sho was  brought ashore. *  Several were drowned, it is reported  on the passage of the life boat to shore.  Another life boat saved Bix persons.  Thc coast at that-point is dangerous  and has-been the scene of' numeroias  wrecks. A later dispatch from Falmouth says the Mohegan foundered  and was probably blcwn ashore- by the  heavy cast wind after her machinery  was disabled./ All thc Falmouth tugs  went out but none were able to approach thc vessel.  Later reports atatc that 116 have  been known to have been saved so far.  has to sivy about  them: "I have  had serious h o a r fc  troublo for four years,  oausod by excessive uso of tobacco. At  tiiuos my heart would beat very rapidly  and then seemed to stop'beating only to  commonco again with unnatural rapidity.  "This unhealthy action of my hoart  caused shortness of breath, weakness and  dobility. I' triod many medicinos and  epeut a great deal of money but could'  not got any holp.  Last November, however, I road of a  man, afflicted liko myself, being oured by  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. I went  to Roper's drug store and bought a box.  When I had finished taking it I was so  much hotter I bought another box and  this completed lho euro. My heart hag  not bothered rao since, and I strongly  cocommend nil sufferors from heart and  norvo trouble, caused by excessive uso of  tobacco, to give Milburn's Heart and  Norvo Pills a fair and faithful trial."  Price 50c. a box or 3 boxes for ������1.25, all  druggists. T. Millmrn A Co., Toronto, Ont.  LAXA-LiVER "ILLS cure Constipation,  Biliousness aud Dyspepsia. Price 25c.  'acme  Railway and Soo Pacmc Line.  THE FAST AND SUPERIOR ROUTE  " 10 EASTERN ID EUROPEAN POINTS.  T2 T*IC!FK":CO������JT.  TO ALASKA, CHINA. JAPAN S AUSTRALIA POINTS  TOUlltST CAKS Pass Revelstoke dully to  St. Paul.  Dally except "Wednesrlay to Eastern, Canadian and U. S. polntf.  Hnsgngpchecked to destination and through  tickets i'snert. ^  Connections dally to polnls reached via Nu-  ltusp. Dally (except Sunday) to points  l-oaehod via Kosebery iyul Sloean City.  Train leaves Sniuloii daily af,(7.-ld -t. in.  Train arrives Sandon dally at'lU.RIp. ni.  Ascertain prebentreducedraies and fiilllnlor-  mation by addressing nearest local ageut  or  A. C. MnATtTiIUR, Agent, Sandon  W. F. Aiulei-sou,Ti-av. Pass. Agt., Melsou'  E. J. Coylo, Di6t. Pass. Agt, Vancouver.  23?5Z2SI5C^S3S?S^^  WHEN YOU ARE AT BEAK LAKE STOP AT THE  FIRST-CLAS5 HOTEL.  KATES���������$2.00 PER DAY; ������10.50 PER WEEK.  H. McDonald, Proprietor.  ^.##^1?  HE  SURE  YOUR  TICKET  READS  .   VIA O. P. R.  fifcrijfiOL  T7k guarantee ih::ih������c "r  Fiastiij <v-U! relicvs  pdii quidrer1 than any  otl.cr. Put op only in  25c. tin boxes -nrf 51,00  y.u J rolls. .The latter  zJUv/i you to cut the  I'iast&c any wtc.  Every  family  shot:Id have  ono  ii-esdy for aa oaier-  geacy.  EJAVI3 & LAWRENCE CO.,  LIMITED,    KONTHEAL  Beware of imitations  THE NEW . YORK WORLD,  THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.  Kaslo and Slogan  Railway.  TIHE CflRb.  Taking effect 1 o'clock a. m. Sept. 1st,  , 1898, Pacific or 120th Meridian Time.  First-class Daily .Passenger.  West Bound. East Bound.  Leave S.30a..m.        Kaslo      Arrive 11.30 p.m  "      8.5.5 " Soulh Folk      "      3.05 ������������������  "      0.15 " .Spoules         "      2.10 "  '���������     10.00 " "VVhltmvator       '      2.00 "  "     10.0S " Boar Lake       "      1.50 "  "     10.20 " ��������� JIcGuisau        "       1.S8 "  "'   10.3.1 " Payne Tram     " ,    1.23 "  " " 10.a") " Cody Junction   "      1.22 "  Arrlvol0.15 " _ ���������������   aaudon      Leave 1.15 "  CODY LINE���������Mixed.  Leavo 11.00 a.m.      Sandon     Arrive 11.59 a.ni.  ".    11.00     "   Codv .Tnnction  "      1150   '���������  "     11.25    " Cody "       11.35   "  ifr  1JOBEKT IRVING,  G. F. & P. A.  OEO. P. COPELAND,  Superintendont.  Sloean.1 City Ore Exhibit.  '    , ..   ..  ���������^Danirt' tTanlon who  hns   charge   of  lhe Sloean City-exhibit at the Spokane  lruit fair..has. evidently   clone   good  work for the"district.   ,Thi>   following  from the Review show how Mr.   Han-  lon has ben'working:  v   "Manager Hanlon of the Sloean City  ^display expressed himself  as   pleased  "with the result of his exhibition.    Mr.  "Hanlon is a   typical   prospector   and  'miner who has lived for yoars   in   the  hills and   has   prospected   in   almost  every district in thc  northwest.     He  * has faithfully attended to the work  in  hand at thc fruit   fair  and  has   succeeded in interesting many people in  the rich   prospects   surrounding   this  camp. ' It has been an unselfish   work  *oji the part of Mr.   Hanlon.     He  18 and Sometimes 24 P.iges a Week���������  15G Papers a^Ycar���������Published  . every.Altematc'Diiy except   Sunday.  The Thrice-a-Woek Edition of The  New York World is first among all  ���������"'weekly paperu iu size, fre'ciuency of  publication, and tho freshness, accuracy and variety of its contents.. It hits  all tho merits of it.great $0 daily at the  price of a dollar weekly. Its political  ne\vs is prompt, complete, 'accurate  nnd impartial ns all its readers will  testify. Il, is against the monopolies  and for the people.  It prints the news of all the world,  having special correspondence from  all important news points onathc globe.  It has brilliant illustrations, stories by  great authors, a capital humor page,  complete markets, departments for thc  household, anil women's work and  other special departments of unusu il  interest.  We oiler this unequaled newspaper  and The Mining Review together one  year for ,73.00. , ^  <'For "cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply to  S. Campbell, Agt-nt, Sandon. B. C.  We have every ^  facility for  turning out the  best Mining and ^  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.  Urcu ilrst-cl.'us lino in travelling botween  Minneapolis, SI. I'.-iul and Chicuso, and the  principal townh In Central Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars  In sorvlco.  The Dlnlnc Cars are operated In the interest  ot lis pnlront,, tlio inoht elegant servico ever  Inaugurated.   Meals arc served a la Carte.  To olilain llrst-cUss sorvloo your ticket  should road via.  THE WISCOHSIfcXEHTRAL LINES  Direct connect Ion at Chicago ami Milwaukee for ICas-torn polntf..  For lull Information call on your n'-arest  ticket agent, or write  .Ias. 1'osn,  Gen. l'a<-. Agl .  -    Mllwauki>i', Wi  or.lAS. A. Clock, '  General .\s;pnl,  2|ilSlaik HI.,  'l'oi-tliind, Or  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  $100 Reward.  ${Y not iV *in~lo ,sample   ftom  his  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly paid lor any case  of ilrurikennp&s, (lhe Liquor Kaliit) or  Tobavieo Habit lhat "Eyan's Alcholic  and Tob-icco Cure" will not cure in  two weeks." Tbe same remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the s:une time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or m ike one hundred dollars. Sent by mail poHlagc  paid to any p.irt of thn world for One  has Dollar. Address all orders to  own R. Ryan, R.A.C.  Gower Joint, Ont.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvono sending n sketch nnd deaci Iption may  oulekly nsccmln our opinion free whether mi  fnvontlon li piolmlily piitcntnble Coninuniicn-  tlons strictlycnnOdcntliil. Ilamlhookou rntonta  aontfreo. Oldest aeency for sccnrlnp patents.  ��������� l'.-itcnti taken thronisli Jinnu & Co. recelvo  Wo  A lianilsoraelv lPintr.rlcd -r-ecli'v. I/iree^l elr-  culatiou ol anvpcleiitiile 1outii.iI Ternii,.-i a  \enr: tour months, TL  Sold hyull newsdenler^.  MUNN & Co-30,Broadwa*-New York  Branch Office, 025 V St., Wnohlnston, D. C.  *1*  Orders taken for Printing  at  Cliffe's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention.  %  ^r  \  Do you see this  package?  keep  it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete '  See that this is  what you get.  ������X������  ������3sC������  V  The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put ^1*  before   the   public,    CLAIMED-   WITHOUT rjfa-  OPPOSITION. *. . a  dp  Its Advantages as a Distributing   *jj?  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in Kootenay having       "  both railroad and steamboat connection lhat can  ship goods daily to ten different towns, whereby the   '  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that  lhey will be received by the consignee within two  hours. " ,    ,  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the  funnell'as it were, for ihe raihoad business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for , ,'  shipment from Nelson, Tra il Creek and the 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 pulting 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 imporlancj of this point by,the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point.  Rosebery claims, without opposition,  of being1  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; con-  "-sequently Rosebery is the best transient town in  the race. Nevertheless we claim Sloean City  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot of Sloean Lake, viz.��������� , ��������� -   '' ,  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  Center.   J  As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact tliat 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 iand available at the.  mouth of the Wilson river leading to the valley���������  mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect All purchasers of lots are safe in this  respect. The only safe speculative townsite,in the  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 this summer. These  figures can, and will, double before long. The  time to buy is now. Don't wait till they are from  $700 to $1,000, asyou did in Sloean City last May,  go in on thc ground floor and make a few dollars  in speculation ; if you want to invest go to Vancouver or Winnipeg ; if you want to speculate and  and clean up money go quick to Rosebery before  lots are out of sight.  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a restaurant.  We want a good hotel light away.  We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop.  Anyone looking for an opening spy out this  place at 6T-ce.  Maps and price-lists on application; prices run  from $75 to $200.  TERMS : One-third cash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders special term? r^��������� be  arranged for a few lots by applying to  ���������>'i\  ,r>, 1  m  - -'V-1  i j' f 'e' I  .  -Tlv ..  #  ."l  $������*  .���������tip  h, M. BEATTIE, Genera! A  try 'p. V,,>;S Htftt 1 ^''.np-'-i  4   '  u, M itHUMH) f im f.ufbu a=< tarssjm^ftUW-, "\fy.  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1898.  UTAIN  ECHOES.  The supply of pack horses is said to  be scarcely equal to the demand.  The rain and snow have let up, and  ���������we are now enjoying very fine weather.  Van Home's party shot a deer off  the boat near Silverton, on their trip  last week.  All will regret to hear that John L.  Ketallack is dangerously of typhoid  fever in Spokane.  Brother Young is out with the  Mining Standard, at Nelson. We hope  he will realize his fondest dreams.  Mr. McMarfcin is having that vacant  lot side of his barber shop built up.  The Palace saloon will occupy a part  of it,  Stop that Cough 1 Take warning. It  stay lead to consumption. A. 25c.  bottle of Shiloh's Cure may save your  life. ' Sold at McQueen's Drugstore.  ' All of the old buildings that have  - atood in the way of the 0. P. R. depot  grounds are bei^g retrieved, and the  grounds will soon be put into good  business form.  Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation it's the best, and if after using it  you don't say so, return the package  ������nd get your money. Sold at McQueen's Drng Store.  Subscription lists are being circulated for stock in the proposed ice rink  and gymnasium. The project is meeting with general favor, and in a few  days the final results will be known.  Mr. Lucas, of Kasl������, Conservative  'organizer for the province, is in the  city and will hold a meeting this Saturday evening at eight o'cloak for the  purpose of organizing the party in this  city.  Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure, and no home should be  without it. Pleasant to take and goes  right to the spot. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  " In a short time the electors will be  skirmishing for a mayor and aldermen  for next year, as we understand some  of the present incumbents will not  take the offices again, and the seats of  others might be contested.  With the extension of their store  premises, Hunter Bros., have now a  most commodious, cheerful, well appointed store premises, and an offioe as  good as some counting houses. ' This  is one of the evidences of prosperity  with that concern.  The C. P. R. passenger train steamed  into the new depot for the first time  on Tuesday evening. Of course the  usual number of spectator* was largely  augmented to suit the occasion. The  coaches will hereafter remain in front  of the depot during the night.  Our band instruments arrived Thursday evening and were shown in the  window of I. Crawford's store. They  are as fine a lot as the country produces, and we may now expect to hear  the greenhorns of the band "whooping  it *p" in great style in all parts of the  city.  Any thieves* Sandon may have are  evidently not church goers. Sunday  week by some means or other the  money was not taken out of one of the  eelleetion plates of one of the churches,  and it remained there until tbe next  Sunday, though the doors were open  all the week. Some chap missed a  haul as good as a gold brick.  A Salvation Army lass from Nelson  ���������pont some days this week in the city  collecting. It may be these people do  some good, but we cannot say their  missionary methods are most com  mend&ble. They know well we have  two resident clergymen here, both  popular, and that in supporting them  and their work the people have their  hands full without considering the  claims of outsiders.  J. Fred tfume, minister of mines.haf,  interpreted section 34 of the Mineral  Act. Mr. Hume gives notice that thc  phrase, "a free miner or company of  free miners shall be allowed to perform  on'any one or more of such claims all  the work required to entitle him or  them to a certificate for work for each  claim so held by him or them," shall  be construed as not applicable to a  mineral claim for which a crown grant  has been issued.  Ore packing by mule train will soon  discontinue, awaiting the rawhiding.  There are now over 40 pupils attending our public school, which is proof  that the place is entitled to the second  teacher according to law.  Catarrh curfd. A clear head and ���������  sweet breath secured with Shiloh's:  Catarrh Remedy. We sell six bottles |  for $3 and guarantee an absolute cure. '  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store. |  1  For Constipation take Karl's Clover  Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier.  Cures Headache, Nervousness, Eruptions on the skin, and makes the head  elear as a bell. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  "Yahcob" Kelson has a life size lithograph of a Highland soldier in full  war costume hung up in his shop, and  he says ''It is fun to see some of them  old Scotchmen come in when they are  half shot and dance around it for  hours.  After all the fuss Rossland has shipped but 83,000 tone of ore from the 1st  January to the 15th of Octeber at a  gross value of. about $30 at ton, or  ������2,490,000. During thc same period  Sandon alone has shipped well onto  20,000 tons at an average of $125 per  ton or $2,500,000. The shipments of  Sandon tin's year in value will be quite  equal to those of Rossland, and those  ol the Sloean together will nearly  double thoBi of Rossland, and yet the  Rossland Miner is anxious to have the  world believe Rossland is the whole of  British Columbia, from a mining point  of view at least: For money and labor  expended there lire ?300 to be made in  a mine in the Sloean to i?100 in a mine  at Rossland. We have no desire to decry the value of the Rossland mines,  but we like to read the truth in   print.  To Keep ������nf the ������old.  QHHNQE4BLE WEATHER throws *e 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  BOURIL. Li  FOR OVER Fit Ti  YEARS.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  used by millions ofmotherb for tlieir children  while teething. If disturbed at night and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suffering  and erylnjr with pain of cutting teeth. Sond  at once and get a bottle ol "Mrs. Window's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little suflerer immediat-  ly. Depend upon It, mothers, thero ls no  mlsl tike about It. It cures diarrhoea, regulut es  thc stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  soitens the gums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to tho system.  "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teothlng is pleasant to the taste ant; Is the  prescription ot one of the oldest aud best  female physicians and nurseB iu the United  States. Price twenty-five cents a taottle.  Seld by all druggists throughout the -world.  Bo sure and ask lor "Mrs. Wlnslow'B Soothing  Syrup."  A lively skirmish, second only to  Kitchener's brilliant victory over the  Dervishes in the Soudan, took place at  a certain house in town this week. It  seems a wood rat had been disturbing  the slumbers of the inmates of that  house and a trap was set to which the  nightly marauder fell a victim. The  marshalling and arming of forces to  undo the villain wag the work of a  moment, and, contrary to all preced-  ������nt, the woman led the procession.  After a sharp struggle the animal was  despatched without even the accompaniment of a femenine shriek, and the  enemy was no "poor, meek church  mouse" either.  Durward Lely, who came in on Tuesday evening's train on his way to  Kaslo, was asked about 7 o'clock by  his many admirers in the place to consent, even at that late hour, to give an  impromptu entertainment. Bills were  circulated in an hour, and the entertainment opened at 9. In all some $85  was taken at the door, ������40 of which he  very generously donated to the Preiby-  teriaii church, Rev. Cleland having  been instrumental in perfecting ar-  - rangemente. Every listener was more  than delighted with Mr. Lely's singing  ���������his rich, clear, senorus tenor voice  ���������captivated all present, as it does  wherever he goes. Mrs. Lely accompanied on the piano to excellent advantage.  Mr. Dreyer, who went with Hoffman  and party to the Klondyke last winter,  in which expedition Hoffman lost his  life, has returned to Sandon; and, it is  needless to say. he wants no more of  the Klondyke. He relates as a thrilling incident that in which his comrade was drowned, and many others  but little less so. He says there is  mineral there, but securing il is a  mere matter of accident, as there la so  rale 6y which it can be discovered;  ������Pd the hardships of going there', living while there, and returning, are  Tioat difficult of description. He ad-  s">a������nyman who has a job here to  place.  " My little ' boy, aged 7 years and  15 months, was a victim of Scrofula on  the face, which all the doctors said was  incurable. To tell the truth he was so  bad that I could not bear to look at him.  At last I tried a bottle of Bui clock Riood  Bitters, and before it was half u������-ed ha  was gaining, and by the time he had  three bottles used he was completely  cured. I cannot say too much in recommendation of B.B.B. to all who s>uffer as  he did." JOSEPH P. LABELLE, Manl-  walte P.O., Que.  There.can be no question about  it. Burdock Blood Bitters has no  equal for the cure of Sores and  Ulcers of the most chronic and  malignant nature. Through its  powerful .blood purifying properties, it gets at the source of disease and completely  eradicates it from  the system.  30 Farringdon Street, London, England.  25 and 27 St. Peter Street, Montreal, Canada.  Return this advertisement'to us with 2-cent stamp and we will  send you Whonhart's Great War Puzzle. We are offering'  $100.00 for the solution of this puzzle.    All.  tram  I* Chain  t*4  ���������)ij'  41  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 the  lateBt and neatest style.  A trial order solicited. Satisfaction  guaranteed.    r ���������  NO ORDER TOO SMALL  ANB NONE TOO LARGE.  LOUIS, THE SHOEMAKER.  Louis Hupperten.  Certificate oi Improyments.  NOTICE. '     ��������� ,,,  CARRIE Mineral Claim situate In tho Sloean  Mining Division of West Kootenaj District.   Where located : Twelve miles from  - Sloean  lake and about 600 feot southerly  lrom Chamber's Mlnoral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, TS. M. Sandilands, of  Sandon, B. C. acting as agent for Lou I no  Kerens. FreoMlner's Certificate, No, 243>i3 A,  Intend, sixty days from date horeol, to apply  to the Mining Recorderfor a Certificate of Im-  Srovemcnts lor the purpose of obtaining a  rown Grant on tho above claim.  And further tako notice that action, under  Section 37,  must  be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 24th day ofSeptembor, IS9S.  CHARLES A. STOESS.  a  CURE ALL YOUR PAIHS WITH  A Medicine Chest In Itself.  Slmplo, Safe and Quick Cure for  CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, [  COLDS, RHEUMATISM,  NEURALGIA.  25 and BO oent Bottlea.  BEWARE OF IMITATIONS-  BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.  PERRY DAVIS'  leak Kidneys.  Always   Cured   by  Doan's  Kidney  Pills.  Mr. I. Patterson, Croft St., Amherst, N.S., makes the following"  statement: " Having- been troubled for some time with distressing backaches and weak kidneys,  I decided to try Doan's Kidney  Pills. They acted promptly and  effectively in removing the trouble  with which I was afflicted, and restored me to my old-time form. It  is a pleasure for. me to recommend  them to others."  Doan's Kidney Pills are the most  effective remedy, in the world for  Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Dropsy,  Backache, Gravel, Sediment in the  Urine, and all kinds of Kidney and  Urinary Troubles. Price 50c. a box  or 3 boxes for $1.25. The Doau  Kidney Pill Co., Toronto, Oat.  Remember the name, "Doan's,"  and refuse all others.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Shoeswap Mineral Claim, 6ituatolnthe Sloean Mining Division ol "West Kootenay  District. Where located: On west side of  Cody creek, three-quartors of a mlla from  Carpenter creek, and one-half mile north  east of Freedle Lee.  Take notice that I, J. M. It. Falrbairn, of  Kaslo,B.C., acting as agent for Patrick S.  Bryne, Free Miner's Certificate, No. S796A,  Intend, sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  ol Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above claim. '  And lurther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate oi Improvements.  Dated this21st day ofSeptember, 1898.  J.M.R. FAIRBAIRN.  A   1 AM. ��������� ������������������  SANDON, B. C.  Strictly First-class.  Furnished Jtooms.  "'.<-i^<..-1^i.i-i,>^,.i^,.,.L,���������.,.,���������,.|.1^,,,.1-,,,,.L-,^|.li,,i,.l_,  I. O. O. F.  Silver City Lodge, No. 39, meets every Friday evening.at 7.30 o'clock.in Crawford's hall.  M. L. GRIMMETT, N. G.  '��������� N. J. GARBUTT, V. G.  A. HARLOW, Rec. Sec.  to  AH sojourning brothers cerdially invited  > attend. ,  M. L. Grimmett, ll. b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  Puplic, Etc.  Sandon,    B. C.'  MININGplgf  THIRTY-WIHTH YEAR.  24 Pages j Weekly t IHustratedc  INDISPENSABLE  TO MINING MEN,  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SEND FOll SAMPLE COPY.  MINING -< scientific PRESS  330 KAREET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  New,'  Dressmaking  Shop.  MRS. E. NATTYA'CKS, late of New-  Denver, has opened in Miss Cameron's  old aland. , '  All orders attended to' promptly and  in the best style of the art.  Application for Liquor License.,  NOTICE is herebj given that at the  expiration of thirty days from the first  publication hereof the undersigned  will apply to the License Commissioners of the City of Sandon for a license to  sell liquor by retail at their premises,  situate on Reco Avenue in the City of  Sandon.  PEARSON & PEARSON.  Sandon, October 1st, 1898.  .Dealers io Meats  it Sandon, Rossland, Kelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forks.  ...       Sandon. "        Sloean City. ,.  HOME RULE MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Sloean Mining Division of West Kootcnny District. Where located : About two miles above Cody and  adjoining Greenhorn Mineral Gliim on the north cast.  Talk������ notice that T, Martin L. Gnmniutt. as a^ent for Mich.10  Mc Andrews. Tree Miner's Certificate, No 3369 A, intend, snety  days from elite hereof to apply to thc Mining Recorder foi a  Ccrtificite of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- il  Crown Grant on the above claim  And further take notice that action, under 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September, 1898.  M. L. GRIMMETT.  Certificate ef ImproYements.  Is necessary for a valuable watch. We have them both  strong and handsome. The assortment comprises SOLID  GOLD* and.filled Sorgnette  ������fiains For Ladies  also gentlemen���������R, f, SlflflOH/ & CO. ������"������<* 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.  JEWELLER AND OPTICiAR.  In Sandon is the  ., Best Equipped Restaurant  In tbe Sloean.  IT NEVER CLOSES  and the proprietors aim to please  their patrons in every way 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  Others  are requested to  call on us when  hunger torments,  their internal  anatomy. If John  is not on shift  you'are sure, to  find Charley.  IS  NOTICE. .  Jjaonia andAllgash Mineral Claims situate in  the Sloean Mlnine Division of WestKoot-  otenay District.    Where located.   about  two and one-half mile3upCarpenter creek  lrom Cody.  Take notice that I, W. A. Bauer, agent for  B. C. Gold Trust, Freo Miner's Certificate No.  32035 A,   intend,  sixty  days  lrom   the  date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a Crowa  Grant of the  above  claims.  And lurther take notice thataotion, under  Section 87, must be commonced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 30th day of August; 1898.  Vf- A. BAUER, P. L. S.  Ore Hauling.  Tenders are invited for a contract  for hauling 15 ton of ore daily from  the Queen Bess Mines to the Alamo  concentrator during the sleighing season. The Company does not bind  itself to accept the lowest or any tender. Address, by letter in the first  place,  The Queen Bess Proprietary Co., Ltd  Three Forks, B.C.  r  AGENTS.���������Book business is bettor than for  years past; also havo better and faster selling books. Agents clearing from $10,000 to  340,000 weekly. A tew leaders are: "Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," -'My  Mother's Bible Storias," -'Progressive Speaker,". "Klondyke Gold Fields," "ffoman,"  "Glimpses of the Unseen," Breakfast, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an Encyclopedia."  Books on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  THE BRADLEY-GARBETSON CO.. Limited,  Toronto.  ll] HOME WORK  i  FOR  FAMILIES.  k  We want a number of families to do  work for us at home, whole or spare  time. The work we send our workers  ls quickly and easily done, and returned by parcel post as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  address. THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., DepL B., London, Ont.  E  I  J  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.  S      HUNTER BROS.  (Aw'W^w*  AGENTS.���������"The best Life ol Her Majesty,  have seen," writes Lord Lome about "Queen  Victoria."   Agents make five dollars dally.  Outfit free. BRADLEY-GARRISON CO..  Limited, Toronto.  ;^re, and^Jhe^xho has none to  Tie  01'tlftj.f, oucceas.   He says  ���������������"w    --^Pect and stay with it  -*-ue ^ oiT.ttiR.t-      tt��������� .o^=  J  3for Impotence Xante Back,  Bigbt bosses, Drains, IDartcocele  ant) all effects of U?OUtbful ������tror8���������  There is but one sure cure���������  ELEeTRieiTY!  properly applied. Why not be up with the times? In  ten years electricity will be the treatment supreme. With  my world-famed Electric Beit and Supporting Suspensory  I cured last year 5,000 weak men���������young and old.  Book, Three Classes of Men," explaining all, sent sealed  free upon request, or drop in and consult me free of  charge. Address  DR. R. SANDEN, 156 St. James Street, Montreal, Que.  W  difficulties of the Klon-  Seen told.  A consignment of pure Virginia Leaf Cigars  direct from tne manufactory. Try them!  At the CITY CIGAR STORE.  ������. A. MIGHTON.  *a  u  . A new and splendid assortment of seasonable materials for all kinds of garments now  on hand.  s  \  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.  tan2  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.  .. Goldman, Wm.  McCabe,  Secretary. Managing Director.  S. G. 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