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 VOL. 4.���������NO. 20.  SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 27, 1900.  $2.00 PER YEAR.  THE LOCAL GRAFT.  II  h  Eli Taylor has been appointed a school  trustee.  The spar to the Ivanhoe concentrator  under way.  There is more mud than money in  Sandon just now.'  Silver is now quoted   at  65 cents, the  highest figure since 1890.  '     W. J. Pierson has a couple  of   com-  r^fortable houses for sale cheap.  |-r VjsSunnyside is likely to'have a sidewalk  again aa far as the echool-houee.  The Yukon district coiinoil^has elected  ������i opponents to the present system of raan-  i\j agement.  Teachers and pupils have now taken  possession of the new school. The seats  are now in.  The French company has cabled the  money to pay the men at Camp Mansfield, and Mansfield is now liberated.  At the assizes in Nelson this week.  Hocking, the Moyie bigamist, was sentenced to 3 years at New Weatminter.  The passenger trains of the C. P. R.  will will shortly come in on tlie west  side of the new depot, to the delight, of  many.  The big Pennsylvania coal miners'  strike is likely to be declared off at any  moment, the differences being nearly  adjusted.  The Industrial World, published at  Rossland, calls John Houston "a traitor  to labor unions." It has* got to beeithcr  slavery or a traitor.  A Lumber of carpenters and other  mechanics are likely to leave the city  before long, as the building boom, of the  Eeasoii is now nearly over. .' - v - ^--,.  Young Chenoweth, accused of. shoof-  ing a Chinaman at 'Rossland last summer, was acquitted at the assizes, the  jury finding him not guilty.  C. L. Alvord, a cashier, stole a million  dollars from the First National Bank,  New York, and he' vill probably get a  six months' sentence for it.  Two Finlanders in a beastly state of  intoxication, showed revolvers on the  6treet Tuesday night. They were arrested and fined $25 each next day.  Mr. Brown has completed plans for  <our new city hall. They are in tlie  hands of the government awaiting a decision, before anything can be done."  The union Sabbath school of Sandon  will be held in the upper flat of the new  school, commencing tomorrow (Sun-lay)  at 2:30, and thereafter until further  notice.  The Methodists will hold service in  the red building lately vacated by Mr.  Nas>h tomorrow (Sunday) morning and  evening, and there after until the new  church is completed.  A telegram from New Denver informed the chief of police Wednesday that a  Dago who smashed windows, there was  on the train, When the train reached,  however, he was non est.  The Methodists have decided to change  their original plans for a church building. They received tenders Tuesday  night, but all of them were too high for  the purse of the committee.  Mr. Trueman has leased the rear of  the upper flat of the Cliffe block for a  term of years, and is having a model  photograph gallorv arranged thereon.  There are a few more rooms to rent in  the building that will make very comfortable and convenient offices. The  rental is not at all extortionate, and the  locality the best in tbe city.  Our city council aro still wrestling  with the street lighting problem. Thc  city needs the service badly, and the  best thing the council can do is to aseer-  what other places pay for what they require, and if accepted by the company  that ends it. If the light company  refuse that ofl'er, let them call the taxpayers together and submit the situation  to "them for a solution.  R. J. Broddy has removed from here  to Nelson.  The Sandon laundry is likely to put  in a steam plant.  Mrs. Ganty has "returned home from a  trip to the south.  The Rev. Yates has removed from  New Denver to Golden.  E. C. Chipman, of Kaslo, was in the  city a few days on business.  The Misses McKinnon returned Saturday from a visit to Nelson.  Wm. Harrington, ot Sloean, spend a  few days in Sandon this week.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Vallance went down  to NelEon, this week, for a visit.  Fred. Buckholy, steward on the Sloean, has got a divorce from his wife.  Alex. Stewart, a real estate man of  Nelson, has gone to Toronto to reside.  C. Gales has removed his barber shop  to the Balmoral building, and is now  ''soaping it up" in dead earnest.  Sandon is to have a Chinese laundry,  it is said. The Chinamen will, of course,  remain as long as they are pat ionized.  Mayor Goodeve, of Rossland. is expected shortly to speak on behalf of the  Conservative candidate, A. H. McNeill.  H. A. Macdonald, a deaf prospector,  was run over by an engine at Rossland,  on Wednesday, and both feet were cut  off. -,  H. B. Alexander returned from the  N. W. Ter:itorii-s on Saturday, where  he had been overlooking rnutters on a  large ranch lie lia^ (here.  The council have decided on a petition  to build a sidewalk on Reco avenue  from the Sandon hotel to Byers' store,  which is very much needed.  .The council have decided to extend  the flume iu the,west end of the-city,  and also repair the damage dono it by  the lire near the C. P. R. track.  The public now see the necessity for  encouraging and supporting a fire brigade, as a cent of insurance cannot be  got by anj'one in the absence of a fire  company.     i ���������  About 200 Indians are starving 150  north of Agassiz. They caught no salmon this year, their potatoe crop has  failed, and their cattle have been drowned by the floods.  Esmer, Wallace, who used to be a C.  P. R. agent on the Crow's Nest branch,  was arrested at Sloean Junction the  other day for embezzlement at a former  post.  Frank Clarkin, one of the best brake-  men running out of Nelson, has been  promoted. He now has charge of a  freight train on the Nakusp & Sloean  branch.���������Tribune.  Wm. Hennessy, who located some of  the oldest and best mines in the Sloean,  and who since wandered over the one-  half of creation, is again back in the  Sloean looking over the field again.  Messrs. Karr & Wilson are going to  build residences on Sunnyside yet this  winter, G. VV. Grimmett aud J. Woods  are wrestling with stores, the foundations of which are just finished, and the  Methodists are goiug to tackle a church  building.  The public will please bear all imperfections in this paper for a week or two  until we gel into our new building and  get matters in shape. All mechanics are  rushed at this season, but tins does not  lessen the difficulty of running a newspaper in an open tent at this season of  the year.  Notwithstanding the criminations  and recriminations between Architect  Balmain and Contractor McLachlan,  the new school building has been finished contrary to much prophecy. We do  not know whether tho contractor made  or lost money on tho job; but wo do  know he has put up a splendid building  and ono whoso finish must be satisfactory to all persons interested. The  new seats are. now being put in, and  when painted, the building will be one  of the best in the province.  fllNES AND niNING.  Rubv silver has been found on the  Emily Edith.  Ernest Mansfield has bought the marble quarry near Kaslo.  ,   The   Speculator  claim   will' have 20  man at work this winter.  ' 'The  Whitewater   mine   shipped  172  tons of ore the past week.  The Ymir Mine is now paying the prevailing wages of this district.  The Hewett, at New Denver, is likely  to become a heavy shipper soon.'  Tho Iron Hor6e, on Ten Mile, has  been bonded by a Spokane company. ���������  The St. Eugene mine at Moyie, iB  turniDg out 100 tons of concentrates a  day.  Sandon orcshipments this week were:  Payne, 245; Last Chance, 79; Ruth,  66.   Total 390 tons.,  The Wakefield is being thoroughly examined by an expert, at the suggestion  of the English owners.  W. Alpherson, an old timer in the  Sloean, is likely to buy some' properties  here and in the Lardeau.  The Ivanhoe concentrator is now  ready to start up at any time, and when  started, barring accidents, will be a  heavy, steady grinder.  It is now more than likely that the new  company will acquire the Fletcher property near Whitewater, aa a second  payment has been made on it.  Alex. Sharp, a mining engineer of  Rossland, has been in the camp the past  week, looking over some mining property for the Burns-Wilson syndicate.  ,  . There are 663 acres of land in the Condor "and Bosun properties on Sloean  Lake, and over two miles of a mineralized vein located. How many more  miles there are unknown it is hard to  say.  Development work goes steadil}' on at  the Ajax. A contract has just been let  for 450 feet of tunneling and upraising  tlie vein on No. 6 level, the greater part  of said distance being through the ore  body exposed in No. 5.  The Nooday mine at Silverton, another property that paid the large wage  for the short day during the lockout,  and whose manager used to say could do  it with profit, is in serious financial difficulties ; and it is a. question if the ownership is not changed all around before  all is over.  silver and 5.1G per cent. lead. All work  on the property has been suspended  pending the completion of the deal.,  A Bureau of Statisticts.  R. E. Gosnell has been appointed  secretary of the bureau of statistics for  the province. The bureau will collect  information relating to mining, labor,  agriculture, health, shipping, railways,  municipalities, education, building,  finance, insurance and other matters.'  Candidates for the Commons.  Some very fine ore is now being taken  out at the Palmita mine, and tlie property gives every indication of becoming  ono of the largest producers of this district, late development having demonstrated that. The Queen BeBs vein carries good values on Palmita, and also  that another large vein crosses the property from which ore is now beiug  mined.  The Mountain Con group will, in all  probability, soon bo turnad over to London capitalists at a good figure. The  group consists of five claims, the Mountain Con and Costic, which were bonded  from J. A. Whittier last July, and the  Granite Mountain, Silver Lake and Silver Lake Falls, which were located by  W. W. Warner since that time. The  formation in which the claims are  located is granite. They are almost on  the divide between the north fork of  Carpenter Creek and the south fork of  Kaslo Creek. Properties in this belt  have not received much attention until  lately, and at the time work was commenced on the Mountain Con its prospects were not considered very promising. Development has proved different,  however. Since July 20th the vein has  been opnned up by two tunnels, show-,  ing a continuous shoot from three to 18  inches of ore, tho property being virtually a grass-roots payer. Three cars  of ore havo been shipped during the  summer, the last one averaging 247 ozs.  The following candidates have been  nominated in the various constituences  of the province:  Yale-Cariboo������������������W. A. Galliher, Liberal; A. H. MacNeill, Conservative;  Christopher Foley, Labor.  Victoria���������George Riley and Richard  L. Dmry, Liberal; Thomas Earle, M. P.  and Hon. E. G. Prior, M. P. Conservatives.  ' Vancouver Island���������William Sloan,  Liberal; John Bryden, Conservative;  Ralph Smith, Independent-Labor.  Bur'rard���������G. R. Maxwell, Liberal;  James F. Garden, Conservative.  Westminster-^Aulay Morrison, Liberal; Edgar Dewdney, Conservative;  Will MacCain, Socialist-Labor.  To the Business Men and Residents  of Sandon.  The Methodist congregation of this  town is making an effort to build a  house of worship that will cost about  #1,700, when completed. A parsonage  has already been purchased at a cost of  $950, and.tho lot upon which our church  will be erected cost $500. Upon these  properties - there is some indebtedness,  but we wish to open our church without  any encumbrance upon it whatever.  Knowing that the fire must have seriously affected the resources of many  persons, we have dpcided not to make  an individual appeal. We do not wish  to tax your well-known liberality, but  we would at the same time beg leave to  urge that our enterprise receive your  attention, and whatever support you  feel inclined to give.  Any contributions will be thankfully  received by the members of our Trustee  Board, and acknowledged in our repot ts  issed quarterly.  A. M. S.vxnronD,  Chairman of Board.  G. H. Smeoluv.  Secretary of Board.  Sandon, Oct. 25th, 1900.  A stock of the very best fountain pens  at Cliffo'sbookstore.  A PURE ORATE CRCAU Of TARTAN POWDCR  Highest Honors, World'* Fair  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  A-rold Baking- Fovrdors contnlntnj  alum.   They ������r������ Injurious to henlth ������e  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, October 27, 1900.  Tlie Mining Review.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1900.  THE LABOR CANDIDATE'S  MEETING.  Tho Labor candidate, Mr. Foley, assisted by Mr. Wilkii,' held a meeting  heie Saturday evening, in the Miners'  Union hall, the iiist meeting held in the  building, and addiessed a laige gathering, notwithstanding the unlavoiable  state of tbe weather. Mr. Foley is a  fair, avei age speaker, for a man of his  calling, and with better education and  moie knowledge of legislation and  politicial histoiy of the country in the  past, would be a good, average btumper,  as stumpeibgo in Canada, ilo was not  baekwaid in tcliing the people he was  in the old politics a Libeial; and we  fully believe, if elected, he would be  just as useful to Mr. Launer as any  other man the constituency might  send down, as he would in al! essential  points be a voter with him.  He attacked the Conseivative party  ti lily, but eeitainly not justly, as; he le-  pp.ited again they paid the C.P.R. &100,-  000,000 in land and nionev to  build the load. The htatisticts fchow the  payment in cash was but !r77,000,000  and the land subsidy at the tune il was  given was voith nothing. A man in  buying, a colt does not pay for it what  the hoise may be woith in after ycai������.  Foi the same ieti=on the piice for the  hind ghen the C.P.R. must not be i.ited  at what it lb now worth through the  eoustiuction of the load, but what it  was worth at the time���������meiely a nominal  iiguie. But Mi. Foley could not face what  the Conservative paity ever did for the  w oi king men���������he could not fcee=ince <on-  icdciafion theyspeiH!pl7o,000,000i)iie way  and another in public woiks, the one-  half ot which was paid out in wage",  neither could he see the National policy  lias kept 25,tX)0 extia mechanics at woik  since it was inaugurated in IS79, nor  yet that under it (ea and e< H'ce, and  many othor necessities v ere made fiee,  and others biought to a meie levenue  basis.  Jt appeals to u" also if lie spent fhe  time he took up in etiticising some of  the official acts of Mayor Goodeve, of  Rossland, who is neither one of the  tioveinment, nor acandidate, noi in any  way whatevei in issue, in explaining to  his audience, what he would do, if  elected, for labor, his time would have  been much better employed.  We are free to admit much legislation  might be passed at Ottawa that would  help theindustiial elassesof thecountn ,  but certain it is Mr, Foley in his  speech outlined none of it. Laboiing  men and otheib should remember  abusing the old paitiea, for alleged mistakes:, is not showing what could and  should be done for labor.  However, we intend to say but little  one way or the other in the present  campaign. As a matter of fact, in passing, as a public journalist, we deem it a  duty, to couect mistakes made by any  speaker, to that the people may have  befoie them the tiuth as neaily as  possible, and then form convictions and  conclusions for themselves.  LKiE.NSIC    AUTHORISING   AN    KXTKA-I'KO-  . VIXCIAL COMPANY TO OAItltY  ON  JJUblNESfa.  "COMCAMItS Acr, 1S'I7."  CANADA:  J  It appears to us the miners must  themselves admit, the employees of  Ernest Mansfield are not showing the  best of gratitude to that gentleman in  the present trouble in Camp Mansfield.  It was hearlded far and near during the  late lockout that, Mr. Mansfield was of  'different   material   from   most   of   the  I'l'.Ol INCE Or JiKlTIIlI COMJMUIA.  No. 19i  Tills lb TO CJSKTirV thut the "Condor Claim?,  Limited," is authorised anil licensed t(i  cany on business wilhin the I'roMiico of Hti-  ti������.h Colnmbin, and to carry out or eflect all or i  any of tho objects of the Company to which tbe  cgistiitH c utithoiity of the icbislaluic oi Uri-  tish Columbia extends  Thc head olhce oi the Company is .situate in  England.  'I he amount of capital of the Company is tlO,-  OOU, dmded into J0,uUU shares oi ������ I each.  '1 he head oillce of the Company in this I'ro-  viiu-e is Mt.nue at New Denver, and Wm Henry  bandn'ord, Mimiit .hngineor, whose uddic-s is  New llemer aforesaid, is the attorney for the  Companion en "under iny hand and seal of olllec at  Vietona, I'toMiiee oi British Columbia, this  11th day of September, one thousand nine hundred.  [I, s 1 S   Y. WOOTTOV,  ilegistrnr of Joint Stock Companies.  'lhe following ate the objects for which the  Comnunj has been established.���������  (a.) To purchnse or otherwise acquire and  woik any lands, mines, mining or mineral  chums, mining lights, grants, concessions,  lenses, casements, or liueicsts in lands, waters,  mines, miuernls, mining or mineral c-la ins,  milling rights and other hereditaments in Bn-  tish Columbia oi elsewheie and any property,  real or personal, niOMib e ot immovable, for  puiposes incidental thereto, or lo mi} other  objects of the Ootnpaii}.  (li.) To piospcet and seurchfor, get,-Bin,work  and raise, either within the area ufoiesuid.or  elsewhere, copper oi othci ores, metals, mineral', oi substuiucs, and to carry on the bus ncss  ol mineis, millers, smclteis, and wot kets of any  processes in the production, reduction and  making meichantablo of ores, minerals,metals,  metallic product"-, suppliers oi wiuei, mer-  chunls und munuiuctuicis and workers of any  nnneials, metnls, iu tides, and things used in  connection with mining, milling, sine ling,and  Oxford Stoves are tbe  Best Healers.  If you want a fuel-saver, purchase one of our Oxfoul Stoves or  Ranges, which will burn either  wood or coal. We have a nice  assortment for sale cheap. Call  and see them.  MARRY NASH.  Donaldson's Old Stand.  ' J. W.  BALMAIN,  Civil  Engineer,   Architect,   Etc  P. O. Box 170. L  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.*  W.  S. DllKWItY  Suudlin, 13, C.  H, T. Twit.o  Naw l)en\cr, B. C.  DREWRY  & TW1GQ  Dominion and Provincial Laud Surveyors.  Civil and Milling Engineers.  Bedfoid <������ McNeil Code.  other processes nloiesiud, or any of them.  (c.) To scinch to' mines and minerals, and to  acquiic and grnntliccnsesundoihernghtsand  pi i\ ilegcsi r the purposes of, or in icspectof,  the seuieh lor orwmniiig and gcting of cop-  pci or other ote-, metals oi iniucriils.  (d.) 'lo purchase, take tin lease, or in exchange, uuc or otherwise nun.line any real or  pcisoual propel Iv, li\c or deadstock', oi any  ciiseim nt*-, rights, pnvilegos or concession',, oi  any interest thciein, necessary or coinemeiit  for the Compnnj's business, or foi developing  oi ulilt/tiin'any ot ihoCompuin's propctt\,aiid  to c\iil/no, woik and develop the tunic.  (e.) I'o tu'iuiic, erect, construct, or lure and  maintain and woik, any buildings, plant, engines, mat hinotv, fixtures, mills, roads, rail-  wujs, trainwms, canal", decks, shuns, dm he-,  or othci woiks which may be  necessary orud-  minc owneis, and -was not afiaid to pay  .>:> 50 lor the short day. Now, howevei,  they have him behind the bais at Nel-  fcon, and for an offence, if wc havo the  light side of tlie stoiy, that is not'liis  own creating. As we "cam it, he wits  managing some piopeitios ni Camp  Mansfield, in which he held as patttal  intoiofct, for old countiy patties, who  weie to advance money when loquned.  Lately the advances failed to mateiial-  'w.c, and his men placed their special  fiiend in the tiouble of the past year in  the Kelson prison uiidei a capias. Ju������t  how the matter will end it remains for  the next few duvs to show.  The juiy says the Nelson  couit lioti'-e  requites ventilation.  FAT    AND    LEAN  That is, babies: fat, they are  happy and safe; lean, they are  neither happy nor safe.  Apart from being entirely  healthy or not quite well, a fat  one has much reserve of vital  strength to resist any sudden  attack, while the lean one has  little or no reserve.  The way to be fat and well  is Scott's emulsion of cod-liver  oil. A little: only' a little.  Not any, if healthy and plump  already; "let well  alone." .  enough  We'll send you a little to try if you like.  SCOTT & BOWNE,   Chemists, Toronto.  visable  for  tho  pm poses  of   the   Company,  whether on land of tho Company or not:  (f) To undeitake and cam into effect all  such financial, commercial, trading, or other  operations or business in connection with the  objects of the Company as lho Company may  think lit.  (g ) To aequne any inventions capable of being u->ed for any put pose connected with uny  ot the businesses or operations of the Company, or thc license or right to use the same,  audio acquire or cause to be applied for and  obtained, any letleis patent ot loncesslnns or  puviloges of'uu nualogoi.s diameter, whether  Jliiush or foreign, m ic-peet of uny such inventions, and to grant and issue licenses for  thc use oi any such invention oi inventions,  upon such terms and conditions us may bo  considered evpedieul.  (h ) To amalgamate with am other company  having objei is altogether or in pin similar to  the objects of this Compain , or to acouire and  uin'erlnke the whole or anv part ot tlie business, properties and liabtlilicsoi any poison or  comjjiun carrying on uny business w Inch this  Conipun'j is authorised lo earn- on, or possessed oi propcuy soluble for the puipose ol this  Com pun >:  (t.) To pay tor any propcrtv or brsmess purchased or otherwise neipmed in shuos(to be  treated ns cither wlullv or pi.rllv paid up), or  debcntuici or debentuie stock of th������ Company,  or in money, or partly in shares or debenluies  or debentuie stock, uud puitly in monev, und  to uccept in piiynieni loi ai.., puit or tor the  wholeof the puHert> ofihe Company, sold oi  otherwise disposed ot, share", bonds ot deben-  tuics or any oilier company or companies.  (j) loinipiove, iu iiiiigc, de\eU>|>, let oi sell,  or otherwise dispc '-oof, charge ot ileal vnh, in  aiivmanner������hutsne\er,������llorany putoi parts  of the pro| city ol tho'.oinpatn, oi uny r.ghts  orciscmculsin or over thesniito.  Ik.) To ucqune b\ original subscription or  otherwise, and to hold uud sell, ot otherwise  dispose of, -shines, stock, dobeniuie-, ot debenture stock, oi any lntcion in the leveuues or  piotits ������.f uny company, coipoiation, parmei-  ship, or person c.itij ing on am busn ess capable of being condiu-fd so as dtiectlv or uuli-  iccily to benotit this Company, and, ti]ion any  retuin ol cupitul, distnbui.ioti of assets, or division of ptolils lo distribute such shines,  slock, debenluies, or debentuie slock among  the mo.nbers of this ' oiiipun,-in kiwi  tl ) 'Io boriow ,>r i.use iuoi.c\ lor the purposes ol the Oi������inpuu.\. and to c\eculo aiul issue  bonds oi rebenliire-,, oi dcbeniiiio stock, to  beaiei or otlieiwite, niongvgos and other instruments for seeming the iepuviiient thereot,  or 101 any olhei puipose, with or without  charge upon all or an. oi the moicrty o( tho  Compun> or its uucailul capital, and upon  such leims us to priority oi olherw jse us the  Com|i.in\ shall think lit  (in ) To establish or promote, or concur in  establishing or piomotiug, am oihor umuptiiiv  whoso object shall meliule lhe aciiuisilion and  tuking cv\ or of all oi any part of the jiioperl),  assets or liubililics of this I'onip inv, oi shall  be in uny muuiiercalciilatod toe ih.iuc, oiihcr  dtiectl\ or lndiieetlv, the interests ot the Uom-  punj, und to acquire and hold shines, ���������.touk, oi  securities of, or guaiuittec the paMiicni ol any  secui Hies issued by, or any othci obligations oi  am such c inpaii>  (n ) To lend, invest, and den1 with tho mon  c> sol the i,oiiipuii> not immediately  leiuired,  j upon such securities, or nithout security, and !  in such manner us mini  tune to lime ma\ be  determined:  (o.) 'lo make, accept, indorse, and execute  promissory notes, bills ot exchange, and olhor  negotiable instruments.  (p.) To applv for, obtntn, accept, adopt, and  curry into ellect, niv Acts oi Parliament, provisional oidors-, concessions, contracts, grants,  decrees, powers or puvileg6s, which unit be  deemed nctossirv ot desuable foi facilitating  the objects, or any of the objects ot the Com-  puiij:  (<l.) To procme the Compunj to be rcgtstoiod,  or incorpuruted, or otherwise domiciled, represented, oi recognised m Hrlush Columbia,  oi in an> other place where it may be neces-  saiy or expedient so to do.  (r ) To hold in lhe names of olhois any pro-  peity which ihe (;om])iiiiv is authorised*to acquire, and to cany on or to do uny of the busl-  iicss-ch and aots ai.d thills., aii>ru������ii.l,.<sitli<:rdti  principal or agent, and either: by the agency  of or us agents or trustees for others:  (s ) To pay all expenses of and incident to the  formation of the Company, and to remunerate  and make donations (by cash or other assets or  by the allotment of fully or partly paid shares,  or in any oilier manner) to any person or persons for services londered or to be rendered, in  introducing any property or business to the  i.ompany, or in placing or assisting to place  any shares, debentures or other securities of  the Company,. or for' any other reason which  the Company may think proper:      .  (t.) To execute and do genorally nil such  olhor things as the Company may at anytime  consider conducive to the carrying out or attainment of the above objects, or any of them.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,  i SANDON. B. C.  M. L. GRIMMETT, IX. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia,  The Denver House  oooo  Headquarters for Travelling Men and  Miners.  The Tablo is first class.  The Bar is always stocked by the best  Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  The Rooms are all that can be desired  for comfort.  NELSON & CO., Proprietors.  Established 1858.  R. Smith & Co.  manufacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy-  VICTORIA, B.C.  I'.I'ANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  If you have 3113' need in the  jewelry line, however smallj  just write us about it.  c  Our new igoi Catalogue  contains photographs of  many hundieds of our  choicest pieces, and will  be sent yo j free.  We g-uarantce safe delivery  ���������prepay charges and cheerfully refund money   if you so  desire. ���������.-,        ...  DIAMOND HALJ. ...  EstabllsKbd- 1S54. .,   .  ie M3roso9  Yongo asnd Adela.lc!o Sts.,  TORONTO.  ESOTKErSKZ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, October 27, 1900.  U  r-^s-  Another Boundary Smelter.  Grand Forks, B. C, Oct.' 23.���������James  ���������"McUregor, of Vancouver, who is backed  by eastern Canadian capitalists, is making a tour of the' Boundary country to  select a eite for a pyritic smelter. Mr.  McGregor today visited several points in  the JCettle River valley.' lie will- spend  next week at Greenwood, Phoenix and  Midway.  Mr. McGregor declined to disclose the  ' names of his principals at this juncture,  but staled ample means and purpose  having a 250-ton plant in operation in  Boundary country before next spring.  The pyritic system of smelting, he declared, will reduce the cost of treating  low-grade ores as compared with existing rates at leaBt 75 per cent.  Wise in Her Generation.  "Yes she is one of tho best wives in  the world, and he got her by adsrertis-  ing."  ' "It doesn't seem to me I could over  bear to think of marrying a man who  would advertise for a wifo."  "I didn't say he advertised for a  wife. But he was such a liberal and  judicious advertiser of his business that  she was satisfied he would make a  good husband���������and she took him.���������  Exchange.  Wagon Road Completed.  15. A". Cameron lias completed this  week a $1,000 contract on the govern-  wagon road between here and Cody,  which, took a month to build the  work. The road was repaired last year  and frequently since, so the B. C.  government let a contract lo fix the  whole roud properly. The contractor  had to plank, krib and bridge in places,  besides cleaning away heavy mud slides  which came down from the K. ct S.  track. The road is now in first-class  condition.  NOTICE.  J  hereby give notice that 110 days from the  date hereof 1 will apply to the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the City of Sandon  lor a  license for my hotel on lots 2 uud 3. block A,  _K. ,t. e. division west, in the City of Sindnu.  11. ii; SrjsvrjXH.  Saudon, Octol er IMth, 1000.  Spokane Falls &  Northern R'y.  Nelson & Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain Raifway.  The only all rail route between all points  cast, west and south to Itosslund, Xelson and  intermediate points; connecting at Spokane  with Ureal Northern, Northern 1'aeitic, and O.  li. &. X. Co.  Connects at Xelson with steamer for Kaslo  and all Kootenay lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Kails with stage daily  for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with  stage daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  Effective June 3rd, correct Unto card ns  follows:��������� "  Lkavk. Pay Train. AttitiVB  10:3.3 a. in ' Spokane 7:10 p. in.  32:05 p. in Uossland 5:110 p. in.  9:30 a. in Xelson 8:00 p. in.  Night Train.  9:45 p. in ' Spokane 17:05 a. m.  ' 11:00 p. m Rossland G:30 a. in.  H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T. A.,  Spokane, Wash.  G. K. TACK A BURY,  Agent, Xelson, I). C.  YOU  Are Going  ititeoi  e  a  e '  ���������  a  o'  o  9  e  ���������  o  s  o  ���������  e  a  ���������  o  ���������������  B  a  ������  e  o  9  a  ���������  e  o  o  >9C9������ae*a������s������esoaooaooocieaeooeoeo������oa  ������  e  o  > Are too busy to write an ad. this week, but they will be in their  ^s  On  IVEaiin   Street,  next week, Avhere they will be glad to talk to the  ' entire purchasing  community.  o  e c ������ eo eoooaeoae������e������aeoc������oa������eoo*������a������aeeooao9o������������ao������sa*oo������99������oea*oaaa0ee������oeoo������o*������������aa  ���������  , ���������  o  <>  %  o  ~9  I  <>  <>^������^*^������4^^*^^^*^$^^^4^*4^4$**^*4^<^*^46*+^$'t$������^^^^^$^4>4^<������^^  In addition to our made-to-order department, which %  will always be kept up to the pink of perfection, we have ^  put in a fine assortment of all *  Our Boots and Shoes,  Underclothing-,  and, in fact,     * =  all supplies���������just what's wanted iu the camp.    Call and    ���������  inspect them. a  l_J. F������. O^MIEIROINr.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^������������������������������������������* 9$*&^*$*<>*44^*^&9&94+b+*+$+<>*+**4Q<><><>+4*<S>$^&&&$$Q%  See C, K. SKALES,  THE EXPERT PAPERHANGER  Who will give you close figures  on Painting, Paperhauging and  Signs.: We are quick at the  busines���������up-to-date mechanics in  every way.  Contractors  and Buiilcier^s.  Plans aud estimates furnished on all classes of buildings.  Factoiy opposite the C. P. R. freight shed.  Sash aud Doors,  Frames aud Mouldings on hand or to order  short notice.  Dealers fn. Rou^K and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Lata, Lime and TJrick.  CALL AND GET PKICES.  P. O. Box 155.  on  Sandon, B. C.  Dealers !iv TQeats  '���������   '   'AT'.-SANDON' "  ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOCAN CITY.  tan  and SOO   Line.  Still continue to operate  First=Class Sleepers  on all trains from Revelstoke  and Kootenay Landing.  ALSO TOURIST CARS  passing Dunmoro Junction daily for St.  Paul; Saturdays, for Montreal and Boston ; Monday and Thursdays, for Toronto  ��������� Same cars pass Revelstoke one day-  earlier.  No trouble to quote rates and  give you a pointer regarding the  EASTERN TRIP you contemplate  taking.  FALL AND WINTER SCHEDULE  NOW   EFFECTIVE.  For time-tables, rates and full information, call on or address nearest local  agent, or  J. R. Grudge, A gent,  Sandon,B. C , or  W. F. A.vdeiison, E. J. Coyi.b  T. P. A., Nelson. A.G.P.A.,Vancouver  ���������ATLANfIS STEAMSHIP': TICKETS  To and from European pointsvia Canadian  and Ainuriraiii lines. Apply,.for sailing date������,  rates and full information toanvC. r. K. agent  or J. R. Crudge, Agent, Sanilon,  W. P. F. Cummiiies, Gcn.S.S. Agent, Winnipee THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, October 27, 1900.  A Mountain of Iron Ore.  In the   Algoma   district Canada has  one of the most marvelous deposits of  iron ore that has ever been  discovered.  Il, is now ktiown as the Helen mine and  isI situated 12. miles   from   the Michipi-  coten harbor on the northeast  shore of  Lake Superior.   Three years ago it was  discovered by Robert  Sayers and Benjamin Boyer, who  located-it while prospecting for   gold,   Little realizing, the  immense  valuu of  lheir discovery they  sold the mountain to F. H. Clergue.who  gave them $500, thc price they asked,  and .f75 per month each during the term  of their natural lives.    Sayers died in a  few months, and Boyer is enjoying the  fruits of their united efforts, residing in  Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.  It is a mountain of Bessemer iron ore,  GO per cent,  puie, and  is characterized  as "the   most   amazing   thing   in  iron  mining   in   the history of   the western  hemisphere." They have 27,000,000 tons  of ore blocked   nut, and   every ton represents a profit of ^2 or better to the company.    The ore is taken out by qnairy-  uten working   in   the   open   air.   JIo'w  many millions of tons of ore is concealed  back in tho mountain beyond the depth  already explored, or in the depths below the lake, no man  knows.    The ore  is carried to the ore dock in pressed steel  cars which hold 55 tons. each.   It is tlio  intention  of   the  Clergue   company to  ship annually 3,000,000tons of ore, G00,-  000  tons  of which will  be  used at the  blast 'furnace which will  be erected at  the Canadian Soo, to supply material for  the steel rail plant already arranged for  there.  Jobbers and Retailers in  ware  and  u  ws  ���������T Rails and Track Iron,  Crow's Nest Coal,  Bar and Sheet Iron,  .Tcssop & Canton Steel for Hand  Machine Drills,  Powder, Caps, Fuse,  Iron Pipe and Fittings,  Oils, Waste, etc.,  Mine or Mill Supplies of all kinds,  Agents Traux Automatic Ore Cars.  and  A fine,  pure,  dainty,  tasting Ceylon production,  put up in a  neat one-half and one pound packages.    Having secured ,the agency  ot this favorite brand of tea, we are prepared to recommend it "to all  feeling assured that one trial will, establish its superiority over all  other package teas for its delightful flavor and reasonable price.  .   CDOiET-FPlrEniEGS.  My blend of Mocha aud Java is acknowledged, to be the best  All other lines of pure, clean and fresli Groceries.-  Head Office-  Stores at  -Kelson, B.C.  JHL C3-iee,e_pio]n  SANDON.  KASLO.  AINSWORTH.  Nelson, B.C. .Kaslo, B.C.   Sandon, B.C.  Hisses'M. 4 i. McKinnon J  Not Much Difference.  As between cyanide and barrel chlo-  rinatiob.process, the greatest difference  in cost after roasting lies  in tlio amount  and   value   oi   chemicals   used     The  chemical   cost   in   clilorination    would  vary from 50 to 70 cents   per   ton:   in  cyaniditig from 25 to 45   cents   per ton.  While     this    fragmentary     statement  would appear to indicate  that clilorination  would  be dearer, other elements,  such as coarser  crushing   for   clilorination, and per centage of saving, would  offset such implication.   Tlie  difference  would   require   some  space to explain,  and  as  for comparison   that   need   no  longer   be   instituted.   The   ore   itself  should determine the process, and that  can be best learned by experience.  Ha  c Now  Reopened Their  illijier/-^  Willi continue the tailoring business lately carried on by Armstrong & Co.  All fits and workmanship will be guaranteed.  A Mint for Canada.  Montreal, Oct. 22.���������Hon. W. S. Fielding, Canadian Minister of Finance, in a  campaign speech thiscvening announced  that the Canadian government had  obtained the consent of the Imperial  government for the establishment of  the royal mint in Canada. This mint  would coin all the Canadian gold required, the balance of the Yukon and  British Columbia product being made  up into British sovereigns.  Business in their own new building, across the street from the  new Reco hotel.  Their stock will be found quite  complete, and it embraces all the  requirements for ladies and children.     Call and see.  IE.m HAMILTON- MANUFACTURING CO.  LIMITED.  eoeeoossoeaoooooeoosseosao  FOR OVER FIFTY YEAK3.  Mrs. Winslows Soothing Kvrup has been used  by millions of mothers for their children while  teething. If disturbed at iiitrul und broken of  your rest by a sick child, sullering and crying  witn pain oi cutting teeth. .Send nt ouce'und  get h bottle of "Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup"  lor ehildren teething. It will relieve lhe poor  little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it,  motheis, there is no mistake about it. It euros  diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels,  cures Wind Colic, softens tlie gunisand reduces  Inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the  system "Mrs.. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for  children teething is pleasant to thc taste and is  the prescription of one of the oldest nnd best  lemale physicians and nurses in.the United  States. J'riee ?5e. a bottlo. Sold by all druggists  }hroughout the world: lie sure and nsk. for  ifrs. Winslow's Sobthiug Syrup."  GOmACTOE AND BOlMEft  SANDON, B. C.  Plans and estimates furnished.  Ofrice and  shop near A. Crawford's blacksmith shop.  Dimension and Dressed Lumber  always on hand.  Sash, Doors, Moulding, Turnings,  &c, at prices to suit tlio times.  Doors (flvePannels/, first quality,  31.75 and up; Sash Glass, SI.75  and tip.  Joiners Supplies at tho rlfjht  price.  Call and inspect stock���������all No. 1.  )O������o09o*aeaeoe9ODoesoQ  PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,  CANADA.  O0  -      NOTICE.  Gnlena Fraction Mineral Claim, situate in th  Sloean Mining Division-of West Kontenay  . District.      Where located:       On   Galena  mountain, adjoining the Gn'������;ia and Saddio  Mineral Claims.  Take notice that 1,-lV.M. Hayes.  F. M: C. n  20378, acting for myself us to one-half   and as  agent for F. H. Wilson;  F. si. V. is Zbl'J... as to  one-quarter, and-T. 1). May, F..M. C. n 8S12li, as  to one-quarter,  undivided interests, intend, CO  days from the date hereof,   to  apply  to   the  Mining Kecorder for a Certificate of 'Impinve-  vemeuts, tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,  uiust be commenced before the issuance of such CertiHc-nte of Improvements.  Dated this 5th duy of October, 11)00. |  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. 31.  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meets iirst 'Thursday in each mouth at S p. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited. j  TII03. BROWN, Sec'y.  AT CLIFFE'S. BOOKSTORE.  Ii  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Chnrlottto and Herbert Mineral Claims, situ-  atein thc Sloean Mining Division of West  Kootenay   District. ' Whero  located:    On  McGuigan Creek, and near tho Washington  Mine. . ......  Take notice that I, W. J. H. Holmes, acting  asngont for Kdivln Hyde Tomlinson, Free Miller's certificate No, Vans A, and the Washington Mining Company (foreign) Free Miner's  Certificate No. 7U'J special, intend 00 daws from  the dato hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecorder for Certificates of Improvements, for  the purpoese of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  ������������������  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ot such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 27th day of August, 1900.  it .arid'Yeg-  Everybody eats fruits and vegetables .when they can o-et  them fresh and cheap. We have two carloads on hand  .and more to arrive shortly. You need not go without'a  good winter's supply when you can purchase them from  us at almost the growers' prices. We will be able to  supply everybody's needs.  Cody Avenue.  JALLAND BROS.

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