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 jnUtfjutfre w. xs iTHM^anb t���������msa s* n^arf^  y "  -"���������wB  YOL. 2:    NO. 14.  SA1TOON, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER '10, 1898.  PRICE FIVE CENTS. :  ������-  The Conservatives Decide Upon Domin-  y v on Lines in- Provincial   -  "Politics.  Ill  ' The Liberal-Conservative Convention  met in'the Metropolitan block on Friday last. -Col. Prior, M. P., was in the  chair. The day's"������ession was a short  ;< one; the Constitution of "The .Liberal*  Conservative Union of British Columbia" was"'agreed upon and Dr. D. H.  Wilsbri~elected as President. Several  ���������other officers were also appointed.  Mr. C. Wilson, Q. 0., moved the first  motion of the day ; it was :   "That the  members of this convention   agree   to  give their hearty support to every resolution which the majority'shall carry.  Sir Charles' Hibbert Tupper  seconded  the motion,-which'was carried.  Tt was then moved"by Hon.T.STayne  ���������' Daly, seconded by Senator Macdonald,  and Carried, that the Liberal-Conserva-  _, tives in Convention assembled proceed  'forthwith to organize   a   Liberal-Con-  ���������f oervative Union for   the   Province   of  British Columbia.   The name   of  the  organization shall be the Liber.il-Con-  'scrvative Union of British Columbia.   *  The Constitution was then read  and  '    adopted.   The following  is ^the'.full  _   text. '   '-������������������ J *'        ���������, . >!"    - ,  ,1.   The name   of  the   organization  <  stiall   be  "The>   Liberal-Conservative  Union of British Columbia.  2,-iThe object of the Union is to pro-  ^mote' by all'lawful means, the interests  <ofthe Liberal-Conseriative" party in  British Columbia.  8.' 'The officers of the Union shall be  an Honorary President, five Vice-Presi-  / dents, a Secretary, a Treasurer,   and  a  Corresponding Secretary.  4; The officersiof the Union; excepting the Corresponding Secretary and  ,the Executive Committee who shall be  "'chosen by the' President and Vice-  Presidents, shall be ' elected annually  by the members thereof, at a  general  v meeting of the Union to be held annually. The first general meeting of  the Union to be held at Vancouver the,  first Thursday in September, A.D. 1899  '' and.thereafter at such time1 and place  as each meeting may determine. They  shall holdoffiee.for one year only, but  excepting the "^President, shall' be  eligible for re-election.   PresidemV'of  L electoral, districts   shall- always <���������bp,  chosen as Vice-Presidents of the Union.  5. ' The duties of the' President shall  '  be-to preside' at ^all  meetings .of'the  Union from the time'of his election to  the,olection of his successor. "!     '���������   J-  6.v   Each Vice-President is expected,  s> with the aid of Corresponding Secretary, to organise a district association  in the electoral division which he is  chosen to represent,and to see that the  Constitution and By-laws of District  Association hereinafter recited are put  intlo good working order in his constituency. His title in the District  Association shall be "President." After the organization of the District Association the person chosen by the  District Association as President shall  beex-officioa Vice-President , of the  Union.  7. The duties of the Secretary shall  be to conduct the official correspondence of the Union and keep the 'minutes of the meetings. JETe shall a so  keep the record of its membership.  8. The duties of the Treasurer shall  be to receive the moneys belonging to  the Union and to disburse the same  under the orders of the Executive  Committee hereinafter provided for.  9. The duties of the Csrresponding  Secretary shall be to aid the several  Vice-Presidents in organizing associations in harmonj' with this Union, < to  , see that, these associations are at all  times in good'working order, to' provide fdr the proper supervision of the  revising of the Voters'^ lists, to disseminate political reading matter, to  aid in elections; and generally to* serve  the interests of the party.  10. There shall be chosen each  year an Executive Committee of three  persons, with power to add two to their  number. The duties of the Executive  Committee shall be to raise the funds  necessary to defray the expenses of the  Union, to direct the treasurer as to the  payment of claims against the Union,  to provide public speakers and generally to manage the affairs of the Union.  11. The services of all the officers of  the Union shall be gratuitous, excepting these of the Corresponding Secretary who shall receive a salarj to be  determined by the Executive and expenses when travelling on the business  of the Union.- , '  12. Each member in good standing  of every local Liberal-Conservative  Association shall be a member of this'  Union.  13. Every District Association must  have a membership of at least fifty in  this Union to be entitled to the services of the officers of this Union and to  share in the expenditure of its funds.  14. Members of the Union may vote  by proxy at all meetings of the Union,  but proxies can only be held by members of the Union. At all meetings of  the Union the voting power shall be  limited to one vote for every twenty  members appearing on the rolls of each  District Association as shown by the  Secretary's books.  15. The voting for officers of the  Union shall be by ballot initiated by  the Secretary. Other votes shall be as  directed by the President or other officer presiding. t  16. In the absence of the President  the Senior Vice-President,who is president, shall preside.  17. Four weeks' netice of all meet-  ingsof the Unian shall be given by advertisement intthe Conservative press  of the Province.  Moved by Mr. H. Dallas Helmcken,  M. P. P., seconded by Mr.   W.  Myers  Gray, and carried :   ''That  this   Convention'recalls that heretofore the interests of British Columbia have been  represented in the   Canadian Cabinet  by the late Rt. Hon.   Sir John A. Macdonald, when member for-Victoria, the  Hon. Edgar iJewdney, an early settler,  and at one time   a   representative   of  the Province, and by the;-Hon.   E.   Gr.  Prior; when in 1896   the   Liberal-Conservative party   formally- recognized  the necessity for and the right of  the  Province to such   representation; and  this Convention desires   to record   its  regret that at a time when   the   interests of the Province   are  rapidly  developing, largely   in   consequence ' of  the progressive policy of  the  Liberal-  Conservative regime and questions of  great domestic and ' international importance are daily arising which directly inrolve the   continued   welfare   ot  British Columbia,'the   Liberal   party  refuses to give such direct representaj  tion to this part of  the   Dominion   in  the government of the country.  Mo^ed by Mr. Thomas Earle, \ M. P.  seconded'by Mr. Robert F. Green, M.P.  P., and carried:  "'That this Convention  denounces the Liurier-Tarto Administration for its studied neglect of British Columbia interests   generally.    It  observes that while the eastern ptirt of  Canada is fully represented on the International Conference now in progress  at Quebec, interests   peculiar  to   the  west are among the   most s important  for consideration, ouch as the fisheries,  including scaling;   transportation   by  land and, sea,   including 'coasting   in  territorial   water; Alaskan~boundary  and mining, and that not a representative from the west or any one personally  and-locallv familar with these subjects  is a member of the Commission.   This  Convention charges that through   this  policy of indifference and   neglect   a  scandalous   discrimination, has   been  made against British  Columbia labor  as well as against tho interests of British Columbia   traders,   transportation  companies and   shipping,   in   wholly  passing over this Province for supplies  to Canadian troops in the Yukon  and  "in the employment   of  foreign   ships  and the bestowal of patronage on  foreign railways and foreign ports.      '   .  This   Convention  further^   charges  against the indifference and neglect of  the government, the long delay in the  appointment of a ChiefeJustice of  the  Supreme Court and the vacancy on the  bench still"axisting together with  the'  consequent disorganization of the Admiralty and possibly of 'the   election  tribunals of the Province.-  .'   This Convention   moreover., resents  the insult of the Province in  the   appointment of men  from the outside of  this Dominionuto positions in the   service of the Dominion Government and  in the appointments   connected   with  the administration ol the Yukon Territory, in which nearly   every "part   of  Canada" has shared to the exclusion   of  British Columbia. <    -       '"<  Moved by Mr? Charles Wilson, Q.C.,  seconded by Mr. E. Dewdney, and carried : "That in the opinion of the Convention it is desirable that the Liberal-  Conservative party should as a party  take"party in provincial elections for  the purpose ol ensuring the government and legislation of this Province  on Liberal-Conservative principles,nnd  in order to carry this into effect "at the  next general election for the Province"  that candidates be invited to stand for  such constituencies as are likely to re.  turn Liberal-Conservative members  pledged primarily to support a Liberal-  Conservative government as ' distinguished from a government composed  of Liberals or partly of Liberal Conservatives and partly of Liberals.and that  a platform or statement of principles  applicable to local politics bo drawn  up.  . s%   <  The election of officers for the Liber-  al-Conservative Union of British Col-  urnbia^resulted as follows: Honorary  President, the Hon. Sir Charles Tupper; President, Dr. D. H. Wilson; Vice-  Presidents, Mr. A.McGregor, Nanaimo;  Mr.B. R.Kerr, Victoria; Mr. C. Wilson, Q. C, Vancouver; Mr. R. McBiide,  M. P. P., New Westminster; Mr. H. F.  Green, M.P.P., Slocan; Secretary, Mr.  G. H. Cowan; Treasurer, Hon. E.Dewd-  ney. It was decided that the other  necessary offices be filled by appointment of the Executive.  It was resolved that the President  and officers elected to form a committee to draft the platform of the  party, have power to add to tneir number.  On motion, the delegates present  then tendered to Col. Prior their hearty  thanks for the able manner in which  had filled the chair during the Convention, i  After the customary vote of thanks  to the visiting delegates, Sir Charles  Hibbert Tupper, and others, the most  successful political Convention ever  held in British Columbia broke up  with cheers for "the Queen and Sir  Charles Tupper.  El  Good Article in tiie Mining Record  on the Whitewater Mine and  Whitewater  Stop that Cough! Take warning. It  may lead to consumption. A 25c.  bottle ot Shiloh's Cure may save your  life.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  To the Whitewater Deep mine has  fallen the distinction of being the  the pioneer deep level mine of the Slocan country. The success of its owners in proving the continuity of the  Whitewater ve?D and its ore chutes to  a vertical depth of about 1,000 feet below .tne apex has done much toward  adding to the fame of one of the greatest silver-lead mining districts (the  Slocan) in the world.  The Whitewater Deep group of  mines is situated in the Slocan Mining  Division of West Kootenay, British  Columbia," and joins the' town ot  Whitewater on the north. '  Whitewater is situated in the valley  of Kaslo river on the.Krielo and Slocan  railway" It is eighteen miles from  Kaslc,���������the eastern terminus of the railroad, and twelve miles from Sandon,  the western terminus. Its latitude is  50 degrees north, its longitude 117 degrees west, and its altitude 3,400 feet  above sea levid.   . '   ,  Whitewater may be1 reached both  from the east and the west by 5ever.1l  routes���������partly by rail and partly by  water. At Stndon the Kaslo and Slocan railway connects with a branch of  the Canadian Pacific railway, and nt  Kaslo (via steamboat to Nelson )C,with  the SpokaneJFalls and Northern railway." This railway furnishes daily  connection with Spokane, nn important railroad centre. Ajsecond route  to Spokane is via steamboat to Bonner's Ferry on Kooten'iy river, and the  Great Northern railway. - ���������  , The climate in the vicinity of  Whitewater is favourable for the continuation ' ol mining operations  throughout the year. Although much  snow falls during the long winter  months it in no way interferes with  mining, *but on the contrary served to  facilitate and cheapen < the transportation of ore from the mines to" the'rail-  road by means of sleighs (rawhides).  The principle mines in the - vicinity  of Whitewater are the .Whitewater  group, and- Whitewater 'Deep -group,  Elkhorn group and-. Pauper's Deep  claim, all lying on tLc steep mountain  side to the north of the town. These  properties all contain the Whitewater  vein, the opex of which is in the first  named group. ' ,  A large number of claims have been  staked both to the east and West of the  groups mentioned on the extension of  the Whitewater vein. On some of  these tunnels .'ire being driven into the  mountain side with a view to cutting  and exploiting the vein.  THE WHITr.WATIlR GROUP.  _The Whitewater group has a total  area of 100 acres, unci consists of four  claims, viz, Whitewater; Irene, Myrtle  It, and Teniae C. The lengh of the  group in the direction oi the vein is  2,100 feet. The strike of the vein is  north 80 degrees west, and its dip from  35 to 40 degrees to the south. Its  width varies from two to twenty feet.  ���������The vein is persistent both longitudinally and virtically,is quite regular and  well defined, and easily followvd. It  is. moreover, a tiue fissure, the country  rock being slate. The footwall, or fissure plane is smooth and hard but the  hanging wall is more or less shattered  and requires timbering. As a rule the  gangue is soft, and requires but little  blasting for its removal.  The ore is of two principal varieties���������  clean and concentrating, and the latter  (after treatment) yields practically the  samp values as the former. The clean  ore is fine-grained and islooally termed  "steel" galena. The clean ore occurs  on either wall, and varies from several  inches to several feet in thickness. A  deposit of spathic iron varying in  thickness from a few inches to three or  four feet ofteen lies between the wall  and the ore. The remainder of the vein  filling consists for the most part of decomposed slate (locally termed "talc")  through which are disseminated (1)  quartz and spathic iron often in a more  or less decomposed state, (2) fine particles of argentiferous galena and (3)  fragments of galena, tetrahedrito and  chalcbpyrite.  The Whitewater vein has been extensively developed in the Whitewater  and Irene claims by a series adits varying in length'from 200 to 1,000 feet.  The several levels are connected by  winzes and raises, thus securing excellent ventilation.  Up to the present time the maximum  output of the Whitewater mine has  been thirty-five tons per day. It is  proposed to largely increase the product by erecting 11125-ton concentrator  to treat the large bodies of concentrating ore. At present prices the Whitewater ore yields a net profit of $40 per  ton. 1  THE WHITEWATER DEEP GROUP.  The   Whitewater  Deep   group    of  mines covers that portion of the mountain side  lying   between   Whiirwater  gronp and the the town or Wnitewnler  aad has an area of about 135 acres.  On  this property the Whitewater vein has  been cut by a "tunnel 800 teet in length  at a vertical depth ?ol   approximately  1,000 feet below the apex, or a >out 400  feet below   the   lowest   level   of  the  Whitewater mine. At this great depth  the vein and  ore   exhibit   practically  same characteristics as in-the   upper  workings.   Although the mine has not  yet begun   shipping,   a   cnnsidciubie  quantity of  ore is being extracted "in  the course of development.   Tho work  is being systematically and vigoiously  prosecuted with a larije force ol   men.  Drifts are being run at different levels,  and are being connected by raises with  a view to blocking 01H the <>r;  bodies  for lacility in mining.      ,    '  v At the foot of   the   mountain   close  to tho Kaslo & Slocan railway, a  large  air compressor plant is nowi-i process  of cection.    It'is dcMcncd to diive  the compressor by a watei-whccl operating under a head of 500   leet.     The  water is to be obtained   from   Whitewater creek which flows   through   the  propertv, and'will be conducted lo the  wheel by a 10-inch pipe line 3,000 feet  in h ngth.  About seventy feet above the biiso of  the mountain directly oppoMte the  compressor plant "a' cross-cut tunnel  has been started which will cuL the  vein about 1,800 feet in from the- entrance, and nearly 1,500 ieet'below the  apex. Between the air compressor  station and the tunnel, a concentrator  will be erected similnr to the one now  under construction at the Whitewater  mine! ,  A hoist operated by compressed air  is now being imt.illed m tne upper  workings preliminary to starling a  winze to connect with the deep level  tunnel.    ' '  The ore will pass from the mine  through the deep lev������l tunnel'to the  concentrator, whence tho clean ore  and the concentrates will both be  loaded en cars for transportation to  the smelter.   - '  To illustrate some of the profit possibilities of the Whitewate Deep mine,  the following deductions, aie given.  These are based upen data taken trom  the authenticated reports 01 several  mining engineers of good rtpute and,  are believed to be conservative.  The average width of foutwall ore  body in the Whitewater mine hub been  stated'by Mr. Fowler to be eight  inches, and by MrrKendall to bo seven  inches. The former has-placed the  profit value per (on ot footwall ore at  834 and'the latter nt 338. As stated  elsewhere, the superficial area of the  Whitewater Deep mine is 185 acies, or  5,880,000 square feet. Aiea ol'the  plane of the vein inclined 35 degrees  equal to 7,171,500 square feet.. Assuming that not more than 1,500,000  square feet can he profitably woiked,  and that 7 cubic feet of ore is equal to  1 ton, then if the ore shai! average 3  inches in thickness, the mine will produce 53,571 fons, which at a neb'profit  ol $20 per ton will yield ������1,071,420; at  a net profit of ������30 per ton, i>l,007.130 ;  at a net profit of $40 per ton,' $2,142,-  840.  If the ore chute averages six inches  s  A   Decided   Hit   in   the    Silver  v-il-  per  S2-  in thickness, then the total profit,  ues of the ore at $20, $30 and 940  ton respectively, will amount to  242,860, S3',214 290 and ������4,285,720.  It is not too much to say in conclusion that the persistent and scientific  development of the Whitewater Deep  property has tended in no small degree to strengthen the possibilities of  profitable and permanent mining in  the Slocan country. The effect cannot  but be beneficial to the entire mining  community. Many mine owners who  have hitherto contented themselves  with surface mining and with desultory and anscientific methods will now  be stimulated to exploit their properties scientifically and at greater  depths. The result will be a permanent mining region which is destined*  in the near future to occupy a front  rank among the famous miniag camps  of the world.  MeGnigan Items.  The new pipe for the Dardanelles  compressor has arrived and no time  will be lost in placing it in and getting  to work.  JL fire occurred at the Antoine mine  on 'Wednesday night, burning the  bunk house and kitchen. Some of the  men also lost their clothes.  At an early hour citizens were all  astir, and when the K. and S. specials  arrived they breught a full quota  from Kaslo, showing the citizens of  that eastern burg remembered how  Snndonites attended their celebration.  In a short time after the C. P. It. train  put in an appeara'nes with its increase  of visitors from Slocan City, Silverton,  New Denver, Roseberry and Three"  Forks, in all crowding Sandon to its  utmost capacity. The Payne and some  of the other mines gave their employees a holiday which Jed to a large  turnout from the mines also.  ���������v The day was'ai fine a one' for the  sports as it could have been, if ordered  for the occasion. The committee of  management had everything in the  best of form as was remarked by many  outsiders, so that hitches were jart  known. What was almost exceptional'  for a western town, there were^norows,  no arrests and but very few fjdrunken���������  men seen anywhere. This adds much  to the credit of a^ visitors, and towsn-  people alike.  "  RACES,    ETC.    ,  100 yds. Dash���������1st, Dill, Kaslo; 2nd,  Wilson, New Denver.  Standing Broad Jump���������1st, Gusty,  Sandon, 12 ft 6 in; 2nd, Dill,'Kaslo.  Hop, Step and lump���������1st,' Gusty,  42 ft. 8 in; 2nd, Nicholls, Slocan City.  Putting the shot, 17J lb stone���������1st,  Gusty; 2nd;C. Seal, Sandon.  Running Long Jump���������1st,''Gusty,  19 ft 11 in; 2nd, Nicholls.  'Drilling, double-handed���������Pat Murphy and J. Corran, 253 in> Time 20  minutes. <  Single-handed Drilling���������1st, W. de  R. Rose; 2nd, Murphy. 11-J in ��������� 15  minutes.  ,The hose reel race, ' wet' teBt, was  keenly contested between Kaslo and  Sandon. The latter won though'Kasfo  made quick time. They lost by turning on the water before rther coupling  was made. Gillis and Heenan acted  as couplers for Kaslo and Henderson  and Richardson1 for Sandon. > . .>.������"���������  In the horse ' races 'Doc owned by  Beaman took first money and Hammond's Grey Belle took second place.  In the mule race, Sullivan's took  first place and Hammond's second.  . Boys' Race, 17sand under���������Hood 1st  and Sharp 2nd.  Boys' Race, 14 and under���������Sharp 1st  and Cliffe 2nd.  Girls' Race���������Alice Moflatt 1st and  G. Lafavor 2nd.  After the regular sports were ever  two bets of $25 a side for 50 yardB were  made between the friends of Dill and  Wilson, the former taking both. In  hot succession followed a" bet on Gusty  of this city, and he defeated Dill, by  some five or six feet. r  The sparring between White and  Wilkinson in the evening was witnessed by a very large crowd, Phil  Hickey acting as referee. In the first  tws rounds ^fchere was little more done  than a display of sciencp though some  assert fouls were made on the part of  White. Heavy work was begun in the  third bout. The contest was given to  ft ilkinson through a foul by White.  General opinion is Wilkinson is no  match for White, and with better care  the latter should have fairly won.  The prize was a large one. Considerable money changed hands. Kas-  lp, it is said, taking more of it on bets  than on sports. "Sandon held its own  all around, and kept the bulk of the  purse at home, however. One agreeable feature of the day was there were  no jars, and the defeated took their  defeats philosophically, which added  much to the harmony1 of the entire  proceedings.  Admission to dances .'.... 7,0.50  Entrance to sports  12 20  Entrance in horse races  33.  Total ?832.70  Thos. Brown, Treasurer.  Whe understand   the  balance   has  been donated to the brass band fund.  With Scissois and Pen.  'U"'-  THE   DERVISHES DEFEATED.  Anglo-Egyptian Army Wipes   Out   the  Khalifa's, Forces.  Omdurman, Opposite Khartoum on  the Nile. Nubia, Sept.���������(By camel post  to Nasey.)���������The Sirdar, General Herbert Kitchener, entered Omdurman,  the capital of Mahdiam, at 4 o'clock  this afternoon at the head of the  Anglo-Egyptian column, after completely routing the Dervishes.  Roughly our losses were  500  while  15,000 of the Dervishes were killed and  many wounded.   Last night the Anjglo-  Egyptian army encamped at   Agatza,  eight miles from Omdurman. The Dervishes were three miles   distant.     At  dawn the cavalry   patrolling  toward  Omdurman discovered the enemy  advancing to the attack in battle   array,  chanting war songs.   Their front  consisted of infantry and cavalry stretched  out for three or four miles.  , At 7.30 a. m. the enemy crowded the  ridges above the camp   and ' advanced  steadily in enveloping formation.  At 7.30 our artillery opened fire  which was answered by the Deivisn  riflemen. Their attack developed on  our left and in accordance with their  'traditional tactics they swept down  the hillside with(the design of rushing  our fiank.But the withering shot maintained for 15 minutes by all our line  frustrated the attempt, and the' Dervishes, baulked, swept towards our  centre upon w lich they concentrated  a fierce attack' Their bravery can  hardly be overstated. When the Dervishes withdrew behind the ridge in  front of their camp the whole force  marched in echelon battalions toward  Omdurman.     ' __ ,  When our troops surmounted 'the  crests, the Soudanese on the right came  to attack those who had reformed under the rooky eminence and had massed around the black standard of th^  Khalifa in order to make, a supreme  effort to retrieve the fortunes of' the  day. A mass 15,000 strong bore down  on the Soudaaese. 'General Kitchener  swung round the centre and Jeft of the  Soudanese and seized the rocky eminence, and the Egyptians, hitherto in  reserve, joining the firing line. In ten  minutes and before the Dervishes could  drive the attack home, the (lower of  the Khalifa's army was caught in a  depression aud within a zone of withering cro3sfire from three brigades, with'  the attendand artillery. The devoted  mahdists strove heroically to make  headway but every rush was stopped,  while their main body was literally  mown down by a sustained deadlj  crossfire.  Defiantly theDerviahcs planted their  standards and died beside them. Their  dense masses gradually melted to companies and the companies to driblets  beneath the leaden hail.  ��������� At 11.15 the sirdar ordered an advance* and our whole force in line drove  the shattered remnant of the foe into  the desert, our cavalry cutting off their  retreat to Omdurman.  And now Lemen Creek has' some  gold placers. e ,  Dayton No. 2 is coming up well as  work progresses.    , ' -.sv "  The Charleston, near Whitewater,  will soon go on. the shipping list.' '  The Northern BelLe, in the" Jackson'  basin has 30 men at work, and its neV  concentrator will be in operation next  month. , <  It is understood Mr.' Sandiford.. has'  thrown up his   bond   on   the   Mollie  Hughes.   He wanted more' time," and  the owners refused to give it. "   .  ' They are reporting an admixture of  iron in some ef the ore at the Adams'  group. This is considered ��������� a most"  favorable indication by many.    . -1    ���������  The Rambler near   McGuigan ship- *  ped one car of ore last month aud  one  so far this.  tThe Antoine did the same  thing, and both   will  ship   regularly,  from this out.' C  The Rossland Miner speaks glowingly of a strike in the=Wbite Bear,.that^  gives from ?5 to *34 a ton.' We in the  Slocan would not consider a showing  of less than double tbat worth 'Working. ' 1 1      r   Vj",       S-l  The St. Keverne is to be re-organized'  with head office here.'J.A. Finch is to' 1  take a 520,000 bond covering  eighteen  month, and a working capital of  $30,- J*.  000 is to be provided during the   bond.k"  The matter is to be arranged at a gen- ,  eral meeting on the 14th.' 'Mr. S."1>or--  man, it is said, will have charge.'- - "   K  The Miller group near the Wonderful ,  is showing.up so well that' many think  it possesses the lead from   which  the %'  Wonderful float ore  has  drifted. l<. A '  few weeks ago they stiuck'a three'foot,"'  body of clean ore by running in a' 100 <  foot tunnel, and are bow   engaged* in  stoping and sacking the ore for^ shipment.   It is the intention of the manager, Mr. Davis, to   drive   inJ another "f  tunnel lower down"thiin   the" present -"  workings.-  , - ^- ^ \   ���������>  P r  *-*'i<.1  .'���������������f'J  /��������� v* r  -9  .'^/-"g's  Jrai  m  ���������^m  . 4    >     N*  ���������    ' * > c   v v a  MINING RECORDS.^  ��������� >    ���������   ' '    '' ������������������    -, ������i  Recorded at New Denver.  ">        ^  'RW,  t1  Ml Wm. Whyte on Railway Matters.  Mr. Whyte,   of the C. P. R.,  says he  Financial Statement as Received  Labor Day Committee.  From  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.  Presbyterian.���������Rev. J. Clelland will  preach as usual in the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p. m.  Union Sabbath School in the Methodist church at 3 p. m Everybody  welcome.  EXPENSES.  100 yards race $15.  Standing broad jnmp    7.  Running    "       "          7.  Hop step and jump     7.  Putting shot  12.  Three legged race    7.  Potatoe race    7.  Girls' races    3.  Boys' races    9.  Horse races 100.  Mule races '  15.  Hose reel race 100.  Novelty coupling  20.  Drilling. 150.  Band altogether  85.15  Pipers  15.  R. jR. guarantee 23.80  Labor on drill platform  26.  Advertising <fee  36.45  Balance in hand of treasurer  87.80  Total 5-832.70  ItECELPTS.  Subscriptions $717.  expects to see the Crow's Nest Pass  railway turned over to the C. P. R. for  operation within the noxt 30 days. .By  that time the road will be completed  between Lethbridge^N. W. T., and Kus-  konook, Kootenay lake. Regular trains  will be run as soon as this is done. Kus-  konook for the present will remain th������  rail terminus of tho line, but this will by  no means interfere with the passenger  and freight servico to pointb further  west. Passenger trams will be mat at  Kuskonook by the handsome and fast  steel steamar that is neai'ly ready for  service on Kootenay lake, while freight  will be handled by a barge service to  connect vith the Col umbia & Kootenay  and Columbia & Western railways. Mr.  Whyte was not prepared to say whether  or not the Crow's Nest Pass railway will  be extended westward through the  Ymir district, and via Salmo, Say ward  and Trail, but he admited that the route  had been surveyed and found to be  practical. Mr. Whyte said the company  fully appreciated all the advantages that  might accrue from the construction of a  railway along this route.  De FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD  STRAWBERRY.  Nothing has yet been found to supercede it for Diarrhoea, Dysentery,  Cholera, Cramps, Colic and Summer  Complaint. Don't .take a substitute.  Insist on getting the genuine.  LOCATIONS. '      -   . <      '������.v  Aujr SO���������Dawn Center, Four Mile, G MoL*anr  Kooten ay, sara e, A*E McDonald ��������� ���������  Province Fractional, Dardanelles, D H Glb-  on . ���������t  Aug 31���������Aurora, south fork Carpenter, JE  Jackson , .������������������������,-  Basin Fractional, Red mountain, J Tin ling*  Sept 1���������Midnight, Four Mile.M E Hammei-'  meyer - ��������� ^  Monterey, Tront creek, Isidore Daupre, J P  Driscoll  Sept 2���������Bay State Fractional, Silver moun-"  tain, N S Tucker  iSept 3���������Stanley, Bear Lake, I A Austin  SeptO���������BenHur, Eight mile, C McNlchoU  Erie, Granite creek, Douglas Day        ,  Wallace, bet Four mile and Cnrpenter,John  Wilson  Butle, Eight mile. E Jact - *��������� '  England, Mowich slide, Russel Thompson.  Arthur Brmdle , * ,   -  ASSESSMENTS. c  Aug 30���������Defender, Bloomer' Fraction, Los  Vegas  Au������ 31���������Finland, Starllgb-t Fraction, Inter?  national Fraction, Wnshlngton Fraction (2  years), Nickiet,< Toronto  Septl���������WasaNo2, Mountain Goat, Blake,  Hewitt  Sept2���������Cinderella, Keyser Fraction, Lone  >  Star Fraction,  Silverton Boy.Legal Tender,  Snowdon, Tornado, Geneso  Sept G���������Glencoe, Surprise. Extension  TRANSFERS.'  Aug 29���������Mazeppa, interest of Carolina C  Miller vested in Randolph Saunders co-owner  In the matter of J E McGlbbons deceased,  dispensation of representation  Aug 30���������Baltimore Fraction." Lestock " R  Forbes to Chas S Rnshdall,. Edward Stewart  and A E Faquier, Jin each, Aug30  Saddle Rock, United Fractional, Edward  Stewai t to Mrs J S Oval, Aug 27  Aug 81���������Jumbo 1-10, J R Cameron to C J  Smith, Aug 30  Condora. Baltimore Fraction, Iron Mask,  Sultan.i, agreement to sell to WH Sandnord  3 interest In each, given by Chas S Rathdall,  A E Fanquler and Edward Stewart  Minnie, John Foweis to AS Brindla, Aug 81  S150  Sept 1���������Oxydonor, Ridgeway, The Bsn. Kll-  man Fraction, Kelso, Columbus Fraction.  Dalkeith, Blow Your Horn, Burnside, The  West Kootenay (B C) Exploration Co, Ltd, to  Alexander Reddie Fraser aad tho Wakefield  Mines, Ltd, Aug S  Sept.'!���������Smugglerh Frank Savage to Robt  McDonald, July 29, ������20  .?\i  ' r\ > j * '  .1*  T.JL  J'-  '.,U ,  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following is alfstof ore shipments over the K. & S. from Sandon  for the week ending September 8:  MIJO\ TONS.  Payne  100  Lr.st Chance ������.  60  Ruth....'.   65'  Wonderful group    8J  Total 233}  The following are tho ore shipments  for the week via the C. P. R.  Payne 180  Star 120  Sovereign ;  40  Total .340  K. and S. Shipments - 233}  C. P.R. "         340  Grand total 573J  ft*  .V -?V  far &*  \  i"~w ft*���������* "������r" t irr������  -"���������"!������  :v-<  .PV r  .i  i ���������-!  'V"l  -V  ;-s  I*  ri.  \  >~,  1*   ii   -(  I  t  -r  'J   *   I-  **  IC-:  ��������� t>  ���������������-������* ftpf*  j.  } *,  '������.f i/rf  ������  THE MINING REVIEW.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1898.:  ^befflMmnolReview  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY....SEPTEMBER 10, 1898  Subscription $2 00 Pee Ye.vr  1 - - - Strictly/ in Adynact:.  THE  LEAD QUESTION.  A We are not sure'that it is always  best 10 join Ephraim to his idols.  Protection is a principle of the Conservative party; and, from the nature  of things, no matter what party may  be in power, Canada cannot do without it; but this does not imply indiscriminately high duties. When in  187S-9 the late . Sir John .Macdonald  inaugurated this principle of protection, it was specifically stated that it  was to be modified from time to lime,  as the requirements of the counliy  called for it. That was an enunciation of a sound doctrine, but his successors in office appear to be kings  who know not Joseph���������with them it  is the high duties still, regardless of  the needs of the country.  Our provinces are very varied as  regards their needs t and rcsouices,  and at,short intervals any trade policy  that may be adopted, to work satisfactorily must be modified to meet the  changing needs of this combination of  apparently conflicting interests. The  idea is to look at the country from  time to time, from shore to shore, and  ' make the changes to meet the growing  needs, as best they can be made, by  doing the least possible injury to the  least possible few and the greatest  possible good to the greatest possible  number.    ,  The lead industiy of Canada, for  instance, was a matter'of no account  when the national policy was formulated ; and the tariff makers did not,  as a consequence, give it much consideration: Now, however, it has  grown to be an industry of considerable magnitude, and in J:he future,  with proper treatment, it will constitute one.of our largest exporters.  At the Conservative convention at  Vancouver last week, a resolution was  put by Mr. W. A. Macdonald, of Nelson, and Mr. Bogle, of Rossland, favoring a duty on pig lead. This, as an  * alternative measure is good as far as  it goes, but no farther., Canada today consumes but a small percentage  of the lead produced in this province,  and under a proper tariff to encourage  production, it would consume a much  smaller percentage of it. We have then  to seek an outside market, and the  United States for many reasons should  be our best customer. They do not  produce enough for home demands,  and will always be a large buyer.  A duty on pig lead would to some  extent encourage home smelting, but  smelting is an industry of inconsiderable value to the country compared  with mining. A duty on pig lead,  too, would encourage the manufacture  of leaden merchandise for home consumption ; but as we have already intimated even this is a matter of inconsiderable moment compared with the  ,   production of ore.  As an addition to the resolution of  these gentlemen, Mr. Clifle suggested  an appeal for reciprocal trade in ores,  to meet the earnest requirements of  this district. Because this did not  . imply protection, the two gentlemen  referred to above as the parents of  the protective resolution, opposed the  alternative. There are some men,  who, in their party zeal, prefer being  called "a h-11 of a Conservativc"rather  than friends of the couatry.  We repeat that if the mine and  prospect owners of the sirver-lcad  properties of this country were consulted 99 per cent, of them would say  that free access to American market,  with their ores, is what this country  needs. Some 2,500 men are now  employed in the industry, and if suitable trade relations could be got the  number would be easily trebled. To  get free entry from the Stales we  would have to concede something;  but, as a full consideration of the  matter would cost but little, it ought,  at least, to be fairly attempted.  LET US HAVE FATR PLAY.  The Vancouver Province is, we are  confident, stretching its conscience,  which appears to be easily done, to  make out that ex-Premier Turner's  is decidedly the darker side in the  controversy between himself and the  Mclnnes' ; and principally because  Mr. Turner, in replying to the lieut.-  governor's letter of dismissal, said  negotiations were then pending with  young.Mclnnes. It asserts that the  lieut.-governor could not have been  anxious for his son to enter the Turner   government,  if he   dismissed it  while negotiations were pending.  Whatever Mr. Tinner may be as a  business man and a statesman, he is  not a schooled politician, and his correspondence, to clear away mists, must  be considered in this light.  There are, howevei, some circumstances so far lemoved from surmises  ���������actual facts���������that prove the contrary. In the firs-t place, if young  Mclnnes was not anxious to enter  provincial politics���������if, in short, he was  not building on something to meet his  egotism and ambition in them, why  did he before the elections issue an  address to the electors ? Why did he  for some time before the elections give  every one to undei stand that he was  withdrawing from the Fedeial and  entering the Local House ? If this is  not enough proof, then why is it young  Mclnnes, privaLe secietary to his  father, in his explanation of the conversation between himself and Mr.  Turner, while using a lot of veibiage  never denied that he suggested to Mr.  Turner the entry of his brother into  Turnei's cabinet as a means of settling the -difficulty? Again if these  reasons are not sufficient for conviction, why is it His Honor selected  Mr. Beaven to foim a government, a  man without a seal in the House or a  following anywhere, who, in his first  breath after being called 011. named  young Mclnnes, a man out of the  House also, as his attorney-general ?  The accumulated evidence shows conclusively that young Mr. Mclnnes  wanted to get into the Provincial Cabinet, no matter who got him there,  and the trend of circumstances shows  that "Barkis,"' his father, "was will-  in."  Neither may it be worth an effort  on the part of any one to attempt to  convince the Province, that Mr. Turner is a man of veracity and public  probity 3 but there is one thing certatn  the country would readilyi conclude  that he was a man of both, if it had  as long a' trial of some others the'  Province is booming for leadership,  in comparison. There are many who  will acknowledge that Mr. Turner in  his time did-not make the best selection of'colleagues-; but no one after  his length of service attempts to trace  public plunder to his door, and, as  politics go in Canada, this is one mark  of distinction that must be to Mr.  Turner's lasting credit.  <s>  The   country  woman is Usually  vys^healtliy   :m3   ro-  V ... bu-,1.   If -lie isn't  -   t-viv        it is gem-rally be-  1    ///^\     cause of her own  \,    L/i, \ 1    ignorance or ncpr-  ���������f'"l   '.s-VrVX icct.      She   is    a  Mr.R. F. Green, M.L.A., of Kaslo,  has said over and-over again that he  was uncompromisingly opposed to the  introduction of federal party lines in  provincial politics,1 and yet we find  him taking a'prominent part in a convention at which it is decided to take  the very course that he has opposed  in the past, and acting as one of the  officers of the association. That Mr.  Green has done this conscientiously,  no one who knows him will doubt.  He believes he is doing what is right.  But it is difficult to get at his reasons  unless he wishes to be regarded as a  party man, pure and simple, and  means to let the colors he has sailed  under all these years go by the board  when the next elections come on.  The Vancouver Province is unjust  in the foregoing. Mr. Green never  denied he was a Conservative, and  never intends to deny it. He has  said he was opposed to Federal lines  in the piovincial House, and he says  so still. He attended the convention  and took an active part in it, as he is  eharged with doing; but not as the  Province alleges to introduce Federal  lines, but to advance the interests of  his party in other respects. He opposed the introduction of Federal  lines in provincial matters; but because the measure was carried against  his wish is no reason he should abandon his party, and every sensible man  will say so. If ths������ Province does not  like the move, it is more responsible  for it itself than a little. All along it  has been booming Mr. Joseph Martin  for premier, when it should have  known that he was no more entitled  to it than any other member elected  for the first time���������no more than Mr.  Green himself.  Opposed to the Friars  A despatch received from London,  Eng., states that the Philipinc Islands  committee in Europe has addressed  a letter to President McKinlcy regarding the aj peals made to him by  high Roman Catholic ecclesiastics in  America to protect the re.'igious orders  iii the islands. The expulsion of the  friars, the committee contends, is a  necessary antecedent to moral reform.  The committee urges president Mc-  Kinley to "aid the Philipines to suppress immorality and the diabolical  institutions fostered by th������ se monks."  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Indcod, though to hor othar ncphuws <<nd  nieces she was "auntio," to Alnslur Baby  she Wi'K always "Mmninii Boll."  Should you huvo n^kcdl him, as hia  friends often did, "Who is Mamma 13olH"  ho would have answered you in a surprised tone and with a puzzled look on his  faco, "Sho'smy mizzonnammnof tour=o."  Beforu the little follow wj.s 3 years of  ago tho happy family was broken up.  First the mother died, und in a fow short  months tho father wus laid hesido her.  "ila'mma Bull" went to livo with other  relatives in a distant state, and baby was  taken into an uncle's f.muly,'whero ho became at onco tho special chaigo of anotho*  maidon aunt.  The little follow scemod to understand,  In a childish way, of course, what death  meant. Ho often spoko of his parents,  asking for tho songs "papa user bIdk" or  tlio stones "mamma user toll," und whilo  his voice sometimes quivered with' emotion as'ho talkod still ho novor cried for  thorn.  But his separation from "Mamma Boll"  was different. Thl= she could not, would  not, understand. She was nob dead���������sho  had not lain silent and cold, indilfer-  eut alike to his caresses or Ins commands. No, indeed! Sho had clung to  him, as ho to her, with kisses and tears  to tho very last. SomotimoS at tho mention of her nuiiio ho would begin to cry,  and ho ofton mourned disconsolately because sho came not to him. Of courso ho  soon learned to lovo his new aunt vory  dearly, but ho fatlll scorned to think* that  in some vaguo way sho stood bofcwoon him  and past happinoss.  Ono night as sho was putting him to  bed, to stop tho childish chatter, she said:  "Now, baby, go to sleep quick. Droam a  pretty dream and ' tell auntio all about it  when youwako." Whon morning came,  he was awnko bright and onrly.  "Auntie! 'Auntie!" ho oullod. "I did  joamn pretty joain, a pretty, pretty joam!"  "And what was it?" auntio said as she  bent over him to kiss his rosy lips.  His soft littio bands patted hor chocks  caressingly, und his big brown eyes looked  straight into hor own nshofcaid, "I jonmod  you was dead, liko mamma and papa is,  and I was living wif my Mamma Bell  again." - ,  His Only Complaint.  Mr. Mookton was vainly endoavoring to  got a composition which looked liko a  mixture of tar and molasses off his hands  when ho turned to interrupt his wife's ro-  inarks.  "Henrietta," ho said, "you have just  beon to another meeting, huven^t you?'/  "Oortainly," sho answored, throwing  her gloves on tho oeutor table.  "I bupposo you made a. spoeoh?"  "Naturally."'  "You said that roan is an oppressive  tyrant, didn't you?"  "Yes.,"  "You observed that it was time to break  tho shaoklos with which the husband  sought to tiam'mol tho freedom of a wifo  and to show him that hi3 mastory was,  after all, but n relic of barbarism which  enlightonod humanity has outgrown."  "You ovorheard mo, rohoarsing my  speeoh," sho o.tolaimcd.  "Nevermind. And thon you roforred  to the way in which a husband ought to  poso as a dominooring dlotator and an ir-  rosponsiblo uutoorat?"  "Yes, I did. And I may as well inquire, onco for all, if you huvo any objection to offer to thoso remarks."  "Nono whato\er, Henrietta," ropliod  Mr. Mookton as ho took some earth out of  a floweipot and tried to rub somo of tho  coating off his hands. ."Only I must say  it sooms a littio hard that after enjoying  the luxuiy of thus relieving r your mind  yon should come" buck aud criticiso the  way in which I cleaned your bicycle whilo  you were gono."���������Washington Star.  TH5 Ofc.CAY OF STONE.  Parents' Titles.  "I was brought up," said a fond father,  "to say father and mother. I no\er  dreamodof saying papa and mamma whon  I was a child, and I should have mado  awkwatd work of it if I had triod. My  children until lately ha\o always said papa  and mnmma. I don't know how they got  started that way, but at tho outset and for  a long time tlioy no^or thought of saying  anything olse. Thon tho older ones took  to Eaying fathor and mother. They liked  those titles better, and thoy thought thoy  woro bettor form, too, and they taught tho  younger childton also to sny fathor and  niothor, and now they all say father and  ���������mother.  "Tho older children soon accustomod  thomselves to tho clnmge. Tho younger  ohildren wore a littio ������iy over it at fiisb,  but thoy soon got pretty woll usciVto it,  and now wo raroly hoar in my house papa  and mamma     It is father arid mother.  "And I must bny I like it bettor. And  I don't think it is beeauso that is the way  I was brought up, though these titles cor-,  tainiy do hnve to 1110 an old und familiar  nnft-affectionato sound that is very pleasant, but I think I like fathor and mother  bottor, anyway."���������Now York Sun.  Irlbli Wit.  As Sir Walter Scott was riding with a  friend near Abbotslord he ciimo to n Hold  gato, which an Irish beggar, who hiippon-  od to bo near, opened for him. Sir Walter  was desirous of rowarding him by tho  present of sixpence, but found ho had not  so pmall n coin in his puiso. "Here, my  good fellow," said ho, "here is a shilling  for you, but, mind, you owo mo sixpence "  "God bless your honor," exclaimed tho  Irishman; "may your honor livo till I pay  you."���������San, Francif>co Argonaut.  Er#n  the 3Iost   Densely Compacted SI11-  .,'        ceous Rocks Succumb to Time.  Whoever expects to find a stone that wlH  stand from century to oentury, deriding  alike tho frigid rains and scorohing solar  rays, without need of reparation will indeed search for "tho philosopher's stone."  There is scarcely a substance which, after  having been exposed to the aofcion of the  atmosphere for a considerable time, does  not exhibit proofs of "weathering." It  may evon bo observed on tho most densely  compacted siliceous rocks. Tho fullest extent of ' this inquiry can only ho to -elucidate relative duration and comparative  labor of appropriation to useful or ornamental purposes.  By examining the various productions  of nature we find evident proofs of her industry in all agos. Changes bavo beon.  going on from tho remotost antiquity to  tho present time on every' substance that  oomos within our observation. All tho  actual combinations of matter have had a  former oxistonco in somo othor state.  Nothing exists in naturo but what is likely to change its condition and manner of  being. No matorial is so durable as always  to retain its proscnt appearance, for the  most solid and compact bodios havo not  such a degree of impenetrability and so  olose a union of tho parts which compose  thorn as to bo exempted from ultimato dissolution. ,  Even In tho great globo which wo inhabit nothing is more evident to geologists  than a perpetual sorles of alterations.  Therocan bo disoovorod novestigoof a bo-  ginning, no prospect of an end. In somo  bodios theso changes are not so frequent  and romarkabloas in othors, though equally cortnin at a more distant period. Tho  venorablo remains of Egyptian splendor,  many of them executed in tho hardest  granito botweon a,000 and 4,000 years  sinco, exhibit large portions of oxfoliation  and gradual decay, thereby following the  primitive, immutablo and unhorsul order  of causes and effects���������namely, that all objects, possoss tho materials of which thoy  aro composed only for a limited time, dur  ing;which somo powerful agent offoct������  their decomposition and sots tho elomont '  ary particles at liberty ngaln to form otbei  equally porfoet combinations. Thus by  dhino and unerring laws order is restored  amidst upparont confusion.���������Architoot.  A GLINT OF COLOR.  And the Only Ono Scon on a Trip by Kail  Through a Winter ITog.  It was a damp day'. Tho earth was sat  uratod with water from tho melting snows,  and tho nlr.was thiok with fog arising-  from it. ,OutBide of the cities, with their  paved stroets, tho roads wore wet and  muddy, the troes drlppod moisture, tho  men woro rubber boots, the horses rubberj  .blankets. Thoro was dampnoss overy  whoro.Wind everything was mndo of a dull  and uniform color by the onshroudingfog.'  The train toro along through this universal dampness on time, itself dripping,  and its passengers looking out upon tho  gray landsenpo through tho Jllm covered  windows. Seen closo at hand, somo things  woro rosolvod out of the general gray into  oolors of thelr'own, tho railroad stations  and the things Boon about thorn. But'theso  things woro all blacks und slates and grays,  and when a fow stations had boen seen it  was roalizod that they wore all alik'o in  thoir way, all pitched in a low brown tone,  all, liko tbo succeeding miles of country,  overcome by tho general dampnoss.  And so a glint of color that at ono spot  appoared was all tho more striking. It  was seon at one of the stations at whioh  tho tiMin Etopped. Tho building and everything about it, uhe men and the baggage and'tho platform and the road beyond woro dull and somber, but through  all this came a Chinaman wearing 0 blaok  sleeved coat of brilliant purplo.  Ho oamo down a platform past tho end  of tho stution toward the platform at the  front, with his hands in his pookots and  tho sides of his purplo bodied coat oaughi  up ovor thorn. Walking slowly, himsolt  as muoh apart from all his surroundings  as his eoat was difforont in hue, like 0  slow moving rnotoor in a cloudy sky, the  ono touch of color seen in all tho trip.���������  New York Sun.  The Ono Thing Needful.  She���������What do you think of thoso songs  without words?  He���������With a littio alteration they could  be mado divine.  Sho���������How could thoy?  Ho���������By omitting tho musio also.���������Ohl-  augo News.  The Mystery Cleared.  'Well, Sir," said  the ohief of police to  8na of his shrowdost detectives, "has any  Dne suocooded in deciphering that mysterious paper you found on that sufapect?"  "Yes. It was a doctor's prescription."  ���������Detroit Froo Press.  Doan's ICidney Pilia are the most  effective remedy known for weak, painful backs ; Dropsy, Diabetes, Bright's  Disease, sediment in the urine and all  kidney and bladder troubles.  AN AWFUL COLD.  Mrs. Wm. Darkes, Pine Grove, Ont.,  says : "I recommend Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup for Coughs, Colds,  Hoarseness and Sore Throat. I had  an ,iwful cold and could hardly speak.  One bottle of Norway Pine Syrup cured  me completely."  James 1'arton'a Prediction.  In 1862 Jamos Farton, tho celebrated  biographical writer, mado the following  prodiotion in regard to Abraham Lincoln:  History will say of Mr. Lincoln that no  man of a moro genial temperament, a  more kindly nature, over tonanted tha  White House; that he gave all his time, hia  thoughts, his energies, to the disoharge of  dutios of unprecedented magnitude and  urgency; that, hating no man, he steadfastly endeavored to win tho confidence  and lovo of all tho loyal and patriotic, and  that in spito of four chookored years of  suoh responsibility and anxiety as has seldom fallon to tho lot of man ho boro away  from the capitol tho sunny tomper and  blithe frankness of his boyhood, roturning  to mingle with his old neighbors as odo  with thorn in heart and in manner, in retirement as in powor a happy spoclraon of  tho men whom liborty and demooraoy  train in the log cabin and by tho rudest  hearth to guido tho counsols of the ro-  publio and inQuonco tho dostlnios of the  poople.          Appearance and Merit.  Girard, tho famous Fronoh painter,  whon vory young, was tho bonrer of a lot-  tor of introduction to Lanjuinais, then of  tho council of Napoleon. The young painter was shabbily attired, and his recoption  was extremely cold,"but Lanjuinais discovered in him such striking pioofs of talent, good sense and amiability that, on  Glrard's rising to tako leave, ho roso, too,  and accompanied his visitor to the ante  chamber. Thochango was so striking that  Girard could not avoid an expression of  surprise. "My young friond," said Lanjuinais, anticipating the Inquiry, "wo ro-  eoivo an unknown person according to his  dross���������wo take leave of him according to  his morit."   The Secrets Told In Delirium.  Evory ono fears that if ho should bcoomo  delirious ho would givo away his secrets  and trot out ovory skoloton in his private  closot. Calm yourself. People who nro  dolirious toll nothing they know. An  Atohlson man who was recently so,noar  donth that ho heard Moses sing raved constantly about his hoad boing a Missouri  Faoiflc froighthouso.��������� Atchison Globo.  Naturally.  "SorlUblor's plots are all so improbable"  "Yos; he belongs to tho realistic school,  you know."���������Philadelphia North American.   A correspondent of Tho Westminster Ga-  eotto calls attention to the curious juxtaposition of two tlngor posts attached to a  public house naar Bridgend. Ono roads  ������To the Asylum," tooothes"To the Corae������  tory."     -������cBn������-   TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY.  Take LaxativeBromo Quinine Tablets.  All druggists refund the money if it  fails to cure.   25 cents.  1-  r  i  K  I  HE/IbQd/lRTEKS  The Best Blank Books for all purposes.,  Small Wares to no end.  Sporting Goods for all. ,'     '..  LATEST  GftflES  1 , *  FOR" EVENING' AMUSEMENT.   -'    .  Call and see one of the most complete'  i?i?rfcrfcrfc^ipi?%>4?,efci?  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".'*>i������i    ,.    ���������-. . ���������*     ,r. i'i ������������������ ���������������   -    r     <��������� ,   ���������i-   , _ "���������     j    ,    -   , .    - f ,"������*, .. -,  ���������������������������-.'.   ���������..'  .'���������^   V.. ji .- SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1898.  THE MINING REYIEW.  3  K II 1 HIS.  Tlie Cariboo Mine  Has Been  organized.  Re-  The Cariboo'Mining,   Milling and  Smelting company recently held their  .   annual   meeting   at   the   company's  office at Spokane.  The  financial report   for the  year  -ending, July 1, 1898,' wh'ch was presented by  John Monaghan,  the president of the company, contained figures  ������ which must have been'very satisfactory to the shareholders. During the  past year 6770 tons of ore were crushed  by the mill which viclded 5121,270 in  ��������� bull'on i ud $17,948 64 in concentrates.  A cash balance in hand of 528,500 was  also reported. A dividend of two per  cent, amounting to 4>16,000 was then  declared, which brings up the grand  total 'of the dividends ol tne fiscal  year to $64,000. ' -'  A resolution  was then unanimously  adopted' that the proposition of the  ' Cariboo Consolidated Mining & Milling Co. of B. C, to purchase the properties of the company'-he accepted.  Each shareholder will receive an equal  number of shares in the new company  in exchange for his holdings in the  old one. A formal meeting will be  :j3ld at Camp McKinney on September  37 for the purpose of authorizhie^the  sale-in compliance with the laws.of  this province. ,  ....       IX THE SLOCAN.   ,  50C  r7  i  |V  The extensive excavations necessary  for the Whitewater mill, says the  Kootenaian, has held back construction to some extent, but the buildings  are now nearly ready for the machinery and October 1 will probably see  the plant, which is designed to be one  of the very best in the country, in full  operation. Extcnsivodevelopmenl has  been going on in the mine all the sum-  summer and simultaneously with the  starting of the mill, heavy ore shipments will probably begin.  NOBLE   FIVE.  Two new tunnels have been started  ' on the Maud E.. and World's Fair of  .the Noble Five group. The new'work  is on the main lead, which this yenr  ha3 been uncovered a difetance of about  20(Heet. on the west side of the momi-;  tain. It is warranted by excellent  showings. When the urosacut from  No. 4, in which 'the Burleigh is being  operated, cuts the le.td, a depth of 800  feet will be obtained. A second machine will be reudy ior a crew befoie  < the end of this week. v   .  THE   ST   KEVJSRNK.  The history ot the St. Keverue mine  has, from  a, financi.il  point of view,  been ' a ' rithcr   chequered   one...   A  scheme of reorganization has.-howovtr,  been  practically adopted  which  will  ensure the proper development of the  property.   The arrangement briefly is  that   Mr. John .A. 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When 'the transport Yucatan  r^acht'd the New York pier'last week  and began discharging, the six companies of'the Seventh United States  infantry, which she had brought from  Santiago, it' was learned that seven  men had died during the passage and  three more died last light while the  ship waB in the bav awaiting her turn  to unload her human cargo. The  Yucatan had 2,400 sick men on board.  It-is alleged the ship left Santiago without a sufficient quanity of proper food  or supplies for the sick.and she reached  here without any food but army  rations, which the sick troopers were  unable to eat. When General Wheeler  learned of this state of affairs he sent  on hoard the proper supplies. The  sick men are still on board* the vessel  awaittng until there is room for them  in the hospital.    ���������  ni-C  'I. --  OR  5tp^;  Tli5 ::isTAMn-R:jEUMATlC  PLASItR MADc  THE OXLY RO UTE to Tit AIL CREEK  and the mineral dlstilclM or the Colvillo Reservation, NpKon, KokIo, Kootenay  Lake ami Slocan points.  daily except suxda.y,  between  SPOKaNE.R-OSSLAND and nelson  IiEAVC ^ ARRTVK  10.0D a.m.'. Rossiand    SAO p'm.  8.10 a.m  Nelson  600 p.m.  i   8.00 a.m Spokane   (1.00 p.m.  j i  No change of cars between Spokane and  Eossland.   ,  Close connection1, at Nelson with  aTP-ini"-  lor Kaslo anil all ICooteinn   ,iik������ nn.nw  pn'-f.engors  lor Kettle r-vor   md  Ronudary  creek conucct nt JI.uvus with ^Uce dnilj.  lanadian Pacific  Railway An Soo Pacific Line.  TnE FAST AND SUPWRIOH. IiOUTJO  10 EASTERN AND EUROPEAH. POINTS.  , 10 PACIFIC COAST AND FAR EAST POINTS.  TO RICH GOLDFIELDS OF KLONDYDE, YUKON.  TOUinST CARS Pass, Uevolstoke dally  to  .     St. rnul.  Dally except Wednesday to TCabtein, Canadian and U. S. polntf.  BanK������Roeliocked to destination and through  tjckclsl<-s,ue''.   -  DAtliV CONVECTION" 1"   Hie   main  lino  ,    points, oxccptlng Sunday���������to and  fiom  Nel=on.  Tialn leaves Sandon d.illy at ".'15 a. m.  Train arrives Sandon daily at 1 55p. m.  Ascertain prosentreduccdinttR and full intor-  naatlon by .iddroasinfr neaiest local agent  or  , A. C. i\l"AKTnim, Agent, Sandon  W. P. Anderson,Trav. 1'asp Agt , Nelson  K.J Coyle, Din Pats. j\gt. Vancouvn.  BE  SUTCE.YOUJR   TICKET   READS  f ������   i  .   VIA 0. P. B  The MODEL Hand Laundry and Bath Rooms.  Rear of the Post Office.    " FRANKLIN S. TREMAIN,   Prop.  All newly fitted up nncl in first-clas=; condition.    All Laundry Work done  in first-class style and delivered promptly.  A Special Feature is the Bath Rooms.     Plain Baths,  25 cts. each.  Rooms open   for   Ladies,   in charge of a lady,   Tuesdays aud Fridays  from  8 a.m. until 6 p.m.  Give us a trial. Satisfaction  guaranteed.  WHEN YOU AIRE AT REAP. LAKE STOP AT THE  F5(?ST~CL#5S HOTEL."  HATES���������52.00 PER BAY; 510.50 ,PER WEEK.  H. McDonald, Proprietor.  Kaslo and Slocan  Railway,  kmf0M each pLAsiL-ii in Dueled  jj fSSlia fTr/��������� BV rRICE 25t )LS0 IN1Y^D ft  PIaMES^        roj5price������ioo       ������  1^^   D^IS������[/KGECOltJ  J A^NL'PACm.'RER5 MONTREAL V  THE NEW   YORK WORLD,  THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.  PRICES  OF   MAGAZINES.  The following monthly magazines  are always kept in stock at Cliffe's  Bookstore:  MAGAZINE. PRICE.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  "   Cosmopolitan .15    "  "   Aren.i '..30   "  "   Ladies' Home Journal 15   "   '  "   Canadian J 15   f  Mun8ey'fl * 15   "  18 and Sometimes 24 P.igcs 11 Week���������  15GtPapers a Year���������Published  every Alternate D.iy except  Sunday  The Thricc-a-Week Edition of The  Ne\V York WorlJ is (h*t amon<, all  ���������'weekly papers in size, frequency ol  publication, and tho lreshness, accuracy and variety of its contents. It lias  all tht. merits of a great SO daily at the  price of a dollar weekly. Its political  news is prompt, complete, accurate  and impartial as all its rcadeis will  testify. It is against tho monopolies  and for the people.  It prints tho news of all the world,  having special correspondence I mm  all important news points on tne globe  It has brilliant illustrations, stories by  great authors, a capital luunor p.igt\  complete markets, departments for the  household, and women's work and  other special departments ol unusu 1  interest.  We offer this mi equaled 'newspaper  and The Mining Review together one  year for ff3.00.  TlflE C3RD.  Taking effect,1 o'clock a. m. Sept. 1st,  1898, Pacific or 120th Mi ridiar Time.  First-class Daily Passenger.  West Bound. East Bound.  Leave 8.30 a.m.   '    Kaslo      ArrlvoS.S0p.ni  S.5o   " ������  ' South Folkl    "      3.0'i "  "      9.13   " '       Sponles     ���������   "      2.10 "  '���������     10.00-"      "Wliltowator       '      2.00 ���������*  "     10.0S   "       Hear Lake       "      1.50 "  "     10 20   "       MeGiilcan        "      1.38 "  "     10.31   "      Payne Tram     "       1.21? "  -  "    10.a3   "   Corty Junction   "       1.22 "  Arrlvcl0.15   " Sandon      Leave 1.15 "-  CODY LINK-JIixcd.  Lenve 11.00 a.m.      Sandon    Arrive 11.50 a.m.  "    1100    "  Cody Junction  "      ll.*)l)   "  <   "     11.25    " Cody "       1135   "  ROBERT IRVING,  a.K&P.A.  GEO. J\ COPi:LANn,  Sunei Intendent.  For cheap Railroad and Steamship  Tickets to and from all points, apply t������  S. Campbell, Ag^nt, Sandon, B. C.  We have every  ^  facility for  iiirning out the  bobI Mining and ������������������  Commercial  Work that can  be executed.  4������>  *  V  V  $100 Reward.  One Hundred Dollars will be cheerfully and promptly paid tor any case  of drunkenness (the Liquor Habit) or  Tobacco Habit that "Ryan's Alcholic  and Tobacco Cure" will not euro in  two weeks. The same remedy cures  both the liquor habit and Tobacco  Habit at the same time. Send to-day;  you either get cured or make one hundred dollars. Sent by mail postage  paid to any part of the world for One  Dollar.   Addrebs all orders to  R. Ryan, R.A.C.  Qower Point, Ont.  Use n. UrM-oliiKS line In travelling between  Minneapolis St. I'mil and Chicago, and the  pilnclpul towns In CentrAl Wisconsin.  Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Care,  in service.  Tlie Dining Cam are operated In the interest  of lis patrons, tin' most elegant servico ever  lnauguiated.   Meals aro sei vod a la uarlo.  To obtain first-class seivioe your ticket  should read via.  THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES  Dlieel connection .it Chicago ami Milwaukee for Eastern folnts.  Vol-lull Iniormntloii call on your nearest  tlckot agent, or wilte  J As. Pond, or .Ias. A. Clock,  Gen. Pas. Agt.. General Agent,  Milwaukee, Wis. 21G bUirk St.,  Portland, Or.  ���������  Orders taken for Printing  at Cliffe's Bookstore  will receive prompt  attention  /  ,s/ajKSSS!fHBSKSSS35ro!SS  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &o.  Anyonp sending a slcotrh and description mny  quickly ascertain our opinion free ^ nether an  Invention 13 probnblj- p ilcntnblc. Cotnnniulc i-  tlonsstrictlyconfldontliil. Iltmclbookon Patents  sont froo. Olrteit aponcr for securing patent*).  Patents taken through Slunu X Co. lccelvo  special notice, without, clinrgo. m the  Sdenfific JftnericatL  A handsomely Illustrated wccl.lv. I.'ircest clr-  cnlallon of any iclcnttao lournal. Terms, f3 ft  vow: four months, SI. Sold by all newsdcalois.  ftlUNN&Co.36'8'0^ New York  Branch Offloo, SSi F 6t, Waflhtagton, D. O.  Do you see this  package?  keep it in  your mind  and when you ask  for "Athlete *  ������3gs>  See that this is  what you get.  i)i&  '   The many advantages enjoyed by Rosebery put * ,  before   the   public,    CLAIMED     WITHOUT '   ������$������  OPPOSITION. ' , f  Its Advantages as a Distributing ��������������������������� ���������jfe1  Center.  Rosebery is the only town in Kootenay having  both railroad and steamboat connection that can  ship goods daily to ten diflerent towns, whereby the  shipper can see his wares leave his hands and that --  they will be received by the consignee rwithin two  hours.  Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.  Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the  funnell as it were, for the raihoad"business of the  whole of the Kootenays. All ore and matter for  shipment fiom Nelson, Ti ail Creek and the Slocan���������  1 must, and is now passing out this "way to the main "  line of the C. P. R., 'as well as all goods coming  , ,in from Revelstoke to the Kootenay country.  ,    ^        NOTE. , To substantiate this:    The C. P.R.  are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,  the first and only scales that has been put in on' any    ' .  of the  C. P. R.  branches in  Kootenay���������which  goes to show the importance of this point by the        -    ;  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's actions.  Its Advantages as a Steamboat Point..  Rosebery claims, without opposition, of being  the only junction on the lake, unlike Slocan City,'  where you can step off 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 -Slocan 'City [  second in importance, and would say watch the  head and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���������  c  ROSEBERY UNO SLOGAN CITY.  Its Advantages as a Manufacturing  "  Center.  __ As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to  have demonstrated the fact that after the careful ',-  observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's  manager, as the natural advantages of all points in  Kootenay foi the tieatment of ores the cheapest,  Rosebery was seleaed, and they now are erecting  works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which '  will be in operation withiiroo days; and it is their  intention to pay out monthly in- the vicinity of  $100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the  largest water power from Wilson'river flowing into  Slocan Lake.  AS TO OUMATE:  Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Slocan  ,    Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and  absolute   shelter   from   the  north j snow   always  leaves the place about the 15th of March.  AS A TOWNSITB.  As a townsite, Rosebery is without a peer. It  is possessed of all the flat land available at the  mouth of the Wilson river leading to the valley���������  mining region���������consequently there is no danger of  any contagion. The title is a Crown Grant and  is perfect. All purchasers of lots are safe in this .  respect. The only safe speculative townsite in the-  Slocan is Rosebery.  Why should I say the only safe speculative town-  site in the Slocan ? Because Rosebery business  lots to-day are only $150 to $200 each and are  bound to increase rapidly this summei. These  figures can, and will, double befori long. The  time to buy is now, Don't wait till they arc from  $700 to $1,000, as you did in Slocan City last May,  go in on the giouud 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 ai e out of sight.  What's Wanted in Rosebery.  We want a restaurant.  Wc want a good hotel right away.  We want a first-class general store.  We want a butcher shop.  Anyone looking for an opening spy out this  place at once.  Maps and price-lists on application; prices run  from $75 to $200.  TERMS : One-third cash, balance 3 and 6  months. For actual builders special terms can be  arranged for a few lots by applying to  A, M, BEATTIE, General Agent, Rosebery,  3*t 1  '%M  /^���������ii  wt'L'  / J 'A.'  IV 7 I  s������)'L  "���������",'-'r\L  ��������� ���������O'Vl  ������^Cs  4,4*4*4*4,4* 4* 44, jfcj^ jjfsjfajfc^scpjfc  ������  "-'���������!!"���������.  ������������������"rv- rfT~^P2'r**&P������wsl?"K ���������^m",*"i7������ 'J?  THE MINING REVIEW.  Saturday: September io, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  lit'  to  Rossiand has 360 children going  school.  As everybody says times are improving, it must be so.  Trains are now running; to Cranbrook  '   on the Crow's Nest road.  The'new C. P. R. depot is closed in,  and will soon be ready for occupancy.  Messrs. W. 1. Williams and Gus.  Baasett have closed their two west end  groceries.  , Arthur Brown, of London, Eng.. is  now in Kootenay buying zinc ores for  a London firm.  Some New York and Boston capitalists are now looking over the Slocan  for investments.  Mr. Cummington has purchased the  Bryan hotel here from Mr. Black and  '   has taken full possession.  It is estimated that there are over  1,000 men 'now working in the mines  within five miles of Sandon.  We should not be surprised to hear  of challenges with big forfeits arising  out of the sports here on Labor Day.  TheC. P. R. is to-day transfetring a  large crusher for the Whitewater mine  from their cars to tliose of the K. & S.  The Labor Day committee will find  themselves with money over, which  they will doubtless give to the brass  band.  The Balmoral hotel is being overhauled, re-arranged, rc-fitted, papered  and painted anew, and put in first  class order.  J. W. McDonald & Co.,   Whitewater,  have bought out J. J. Ullman's store at  Whitewater, and Mr. Ullman   has   re-  , turned to Kaslo.  Hunter Bros., the Reco hotel and  other places are having steam heating  attachments put in from a front main,  to be supplied from the furnace in the  rink.  Mi. Dudley Blackwood received a  telegram from a friend in Revclstoke  advising him not to miss the CoHgrove  Family concert.as their show is simply  out of sight.  Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation it's the best, and if after using it  you don't say so, return the package  and get your money. Sold at McQueen's Drng Store.  Theodore Sehmezline, a German  tailor, was before the Beak, Wednesday, charged with threatening to shoot  his wife. She would not .prosecute  and the matter dropped.  Catarrh cured. A clear head and  sweet breath secured with. Shiloh's  Catarrh Remedy. We sell six bottles  for ������3 and guaranteo an absolute cure.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  Squire Lovatt has some more wood-  stealing cases. It would be cheaper  for the Squire to charter a Beak by  the year; and ^'cheaper for neighbors  wanting old logs from him" to ask for  them.        ,. -  Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure, and no home should bo  without it. Pleasant to take and goes  right to the spot. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  We received an order yesterday for  The Review from an Hon. gentleman  in Prince-Edward Island. As we aim  at giving reliable information the  paper is asked for in remote as well as  near districts.  Miss Jean Terry, graduate of the  New England College of Oratory and a  pupil of the Boston School of Acting,  has arranged to give a recital in the  Virginia hall on the 27th inst. She  will be assisted by local talent.  The Rev. G. W. Gordon, of Winnipeg, who was to have preached here in  the Virginia hall. Thursday evening,  did Dot put in an appearance. However, as hp was advertised for a lecture  in Nelson the same evening he could  not fill both engagements.  "Red" McLewd, a man with a  lengthy gaol record, was arrested the  other day by officer Mountain and it  now in the hands of the law. He  broke gaol three or four times on both  sides of the line. Theft, however, is  the worst, offence charged against him.  The Sheriff is selling another' Ross-  land property "The Old Flag." The  next will be the "Old Policy.'' Seriously speaking, Rossiand has been  over boomed. Man never yet heard of  a sale of a property around Sandon by  the Sheriff. All on which any considerable sum of money has been  spent have turned out payers.  The Kootenaian concludes that the  Editor of The Minixg Review does not  know everything, a fact we readily  concede; but it i3 not necessary we  should when we are so close to editors  who do know everything and more too.  In our simplicity, and in fear and  trembling, we may, however, say that  wc opine the Anglo-Saxon alliance  proposed means simply a union for  the protection of both powers and to  better assert the united efforts of both  nations for the welfare of the world.  It docs not, however, mean, as the  Kootenaian would have the public believe, that both countries contemplate  for themselves the same destiny.  A crowded house greeted the Cos-  grove Family on their appearance in  Cameron's hall on Tuesday night. The  Company comprises some very clever  artistes, well advanced in the musical  and dramatic art, and are bound to receive a warm reception wherever they  may appear. Harry Pay, although  suffering from a heavy cold, was just  as good as cvei:, and received a hearty  encare to each of his numbers. That  Miss Ada Cosgrove is very popular  with a Vernon audience, was evidenced  by the hearty reception she received.  Miss Evelyn Mackie, elocutionist, is  well to the front of her profession.  The other members of the Company  all take their parts well.���������Vernon  News.  The railway war is now over.  The placers at Rover creek,near Nelson are much exaggerated.  The K. and S. trains now leave Kaslo  at 8.80 a. m. and Sandon returning at  1.15 p. m.  The'Denver brass band and three  Highland pipers'addod much to Monday's enjoyments.  W. H. Reynolds and Miss Nellie  Alexander, both of this city, were married in Spokane tho other day.  Sandon's Gusty will soon have a  world wide reputation as an all around  athlete.    AJIe snmeo he's a good ,un,  For Constipation take Karl's Clover  Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier.  Cures Headache. Nervousness, Eruptions on tlie skin, and makes the Head  clear as a bell. t Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  The Kootenaian say* Kaslo thanks  Sandon for its courteous hospitality  on Labor Day. That's the way to talk.  In contests some ono is bound to win,  though often the best men lose. Sports  are only worth having when they are'  carried through in an"agreeable spirit.  Miss Stella Lilly entertained her  young lady friends to her eighth anniversary at the residence of her parents  on Reco Ave. Tlie following invited  guests wore present: Bep&ie and Mar-  jorie Dofenbacker, Edith Hawke. Rena  and Joj.n Crawford, Alvira McMartin,  Violet'Jones, Pauline and Bessie Lane,  Myrtle Nicholls, Mable Fogg, Katie  Day, Myrtle and Mable Karr,Kuby Mc-  Arthur, Minnie Fallows, Ada and Win-  fred McDougall, Mary and Efliie  Mclntrye of Kaslo. Mies Emily Jones  and Miss Skinner assisted in entertaining the little tols. Each little guest  bringing a present. All enjoyed themselves exceedingly.  BOVRIL. Lil  APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES.  Manufacturers of the Most Compact and Complete  Our object is to supply the maximum amount of nourishment    ���������  in the minimum of bulk. Our list comprises :  DRIED VEGETABLES,        ' BOVRIL IN TINS,  JOHNSTON'S FLUID'BEEF IN TINS,  BOVRIL BEEF TABLETS, RATION CARTRIDGES,  SOUP NODULES, LIME JUICE NODULES,  COMPRESSED BEEF, Etc., Etc., Etc.  Descriptive Lists sent on application.  BOVRIL,  Notice Is hereby given that at ttie next  meeting of the Board of License Corn misaion-  ers lor the City of SaDdon, I shall apply for a  renewal of my liquor license for the Filbert  Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue. In the City ol  Sandon.   ���������  Sandon. Juno lGth. 189*.  WM. SUDROW.  .PEOVTNCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  OIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gov-  -*-1- crnor nas been pleased to ,make  the following appointments:  30th June, 1898.  Alexander Speoat, of the Town of  New Denver, Esquire, to be a Gold  Commissioner at New Denver,a Stipendiary Magistrate within and for the  County of Kootenay, and a Deputy  Registrar of the Couuty Court of  Kootenay, holden at New Denver.  HEALTH RUN DOWN.  "I was run down in health and weak  and could not get anything to do me  good until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters which has made me strong and  well."  Thos. Law^oh, Terra Nova, Ont.  ALL NERVES.  Mirny people say they arc "all  nerves," easilj startled or upset, easily  worried and icritated, Milburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills are just the remedy  such people require. They restore  perfectharmony of the nerve centres  and give new nerve force to shattered  neryous systems.   ������^������   PERSONAL   MENTION.  Miss Crawford is now clerking in the  post office.       ���������  - Mrs. Dovall is visiting her daughter,  Mrs. Dwyer.   ,  Ald.Mighton returned the other day  from Nelson, and is now at his old post  again.       ,  ,  Mrs. W. I. Williams left for Spokane  on Monday, where she will remain for  some time.  Mrs, J. Grant came in on Monday  from kelson to visit her friends here,  returning this morning.  R. F. Green, M.P.P., and Mrs. Green  and family spent some' days in the  city this week visiting friends.  Rev. A. E. Green, pastor of Mount  Pleasant church, Vancouver, was in  the city Thursday, on a trip through  the Kootenay.  Mrs. C. M. Wilson with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Frame, went to Spokane  on Monday to spend the winter, owing  to Mrs. Frame's ill-health.  Mr. McCune, who is principal owner  in the Payne, with his family returned  to Salt Lake City, after spending a  week here with other members of the  company.  Bvron N. White, principal owner of  the Star, who spent" some days here  looking over the property, returned  home well pleased with the prospects  of the mine.  Messrs. Wm. Whyte, R. Marpole,  Beasloy and two or three other officials  of the C. P. R. were in the city Wednesday on a. trip of inspection, accompanying them was Col. McMillan,  treasurer of the Manitoba government, and Mesdamcs McMillan and  Whyte.  WHAT De. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo,- -Nt-/-:���������Gents :���������From my  personal knowledge, gained in observing the effect of your Shiloh's Cure in  casCB of advanced cinsumption, 1 am  prepared to say it is the most reliable  remedy that has ever been brought, to  my attentention. It has certainly  saved many Irom consumption. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  Food Specialists, Hospital Purveyors and Army and  Navy Contractors.  London, England, and Montreal.  Should always carry v/itli  them a bottle of Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry.  The change of food and water to which  thoso who travel are subject, ofipn pro-'  duces an attack of Dirurlicoa. which ia na  unpleasant and dibconiforunfi as it 111.13'  be "dangerous. A bottle o������ Dr. fowlor's  Extract of Wild Strawberry in ymiv gn'jj  is a guaranteo of safety. On tlie (ii-st indication of Cramps, Colic, Diairbooa or  Dysentery, a fow doses will promptly  chock further advance of tliobo diseases.  It is an old, reliable remedy, with  over forty years' of  cures to its credit,  whose merit is recognized everywhere  and one that the doctors recommend in  preference to all  others.  Sold by medicine  dealers   everywhere  at    35c.    a    bottle.  Always insist on  tho genuine, as many  of tba   imitations are highly dangeron*.  ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND  AT THE   HOTELS.  Goodenough���������Misses Hammond, Miss  Terry, Slocan City : F. W. Wright, Eose-  beryj Jas. Galloway, Edinburg, Scot.:  A. iSproat, New Denver.  Hotel Sandon���������E. Tope, Trout Lake  City; X. Westaway, Kaslo ; '1'. Gordon,  fl. L. Johnstone, Nakusp : A. Dodds, J.  R. "Wood, Silverton; G. Rogers, Pilot  Hay.  Hotel Reco���������F. B. Wright, It. Nichol,  J . Anderson, Slocan City ; J. It. Wood,  G. Tliorburn, D. Darg, Miss SIcGraw, Miss  McKinnon, Silverton; F. W. Petligo,  Spokane ; J. Morton, J. E. Mitchell, F.  C. Miri, J. Empy, Whitewater; J. A.  McLean, D. J. Coyle, Wm. Whyte and  wife, D. H. McMillan and wife, K. Taylor, Winnipeg; T. A. R. Mountain, Miso  Campbell, Miss Deitritch, H. E. Beasley,  W. C. Anderson, T. G. Proctor, Kelson ;  W. A. Springer, Boston ; G. If. Guie and  wife, Mrs. J. Morton, Seattle; 11. Twigg,  F. J. Finnicune, G. Crawford, members  of band, New Denver ; P.. J. Hamilton,  II. L. Johnson, J. S. Lawrence, Nakusp ;  L. J. Delaney, Detroit; J. II. Truman,  Victoria: W. Skene, R. Marpole, L. R.  Johnstone, J. P. Geddes, F. P. Wilson,  Vancouver ; M. A. Bucke, R. F. Green  and family, J. Fletcher, S. W. Peterson,  W. E. Hoclder, W. S. Drewry, Fire Brigade, Kaslo : W. Yates., H. Irwin and  wife, J. Leslie, T. Conlon, Toronto ; G.  H. Manchester, Montreal; A.E.Jackson, Edmonton.  KOR OVER FllTi YEARS.  Mis. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias been  uiedby millions of mothers for their children  while teething. Tf disiurbcel at nie;ht and  broken of your rest by a sick child, suflennK  and crying with pain ol cutting teeth. Send  at once and got a bottle of "Mrs. Window's  Soothing Syrup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer immcdlat-  ly. Depend upon it, mothers, there Is no  mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures "Wind Colic,  soltcnsthCKums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to tho system.  "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children  teething Is pleasant, to the taste am; Is the  prescription ol ono of tho oldest and best  lemalephysicians and nurses In the United  States. Price twenty-Dve cents a tottle.  Sold by all druggists throughout the ^orld.  Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing  Syrup.."  THERE IS MO KIND OF PAIN OR 1  ACHE,   IHTERPiAL   OR   EXTERNAL,  THAT  PAIN-KILLER WILL. MOT  RELIEVE.  LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUBSTITUTES.      THE GENUINE   BOTTLE'  BEARS THE NAME,  PERRY DAVIS & SON.  a^i^/a^/^^������^'������'^/^By^^^/^'^  " 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 hfln.  At last I tried a bottle of Burdock Blood  Bitters, and before it was half used 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 suffer as  he did." JOSEPH P. LABELLE, Matri-  wake 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.  OG  Having opened business in the  premises opposite the Clifton house, I  am prepared to do all kinds of_ Boot  and Shoo Making and Repairing in the  latest and neatest style.  A trial order solicited. Satisfaction  guaranteed.  NO OKDl]R TOO SMALL  AND NONK TOO IAKGE.  LOUIS, THE SHOEMAKER.  Louis Hupperten.  New  Dressmaking  Shop.  MRS. E. NAUYAOKS, late of New-  Denver, has opened in Miss Cameron's  old stand.  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 his premises,  situate on Reco Avenue in the City of  Sandon.  W. J. FRA.SER.  Sandon, August 26th, 1898.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTTCE.  Victoria No. (1 Mineral Claim situate In the  Slocan .Mining; Division ol West ICoote-  nny District, about one-half mile from  Sandon and northeast of tho Argo Mineral Claim.  Take notice IhatT, J. M. R. Ffilrbnirn, noting asaRcnt for G. D. McJIurtln, F. M. C,  fiffill A; T.P. Durham, K.M.C., 20(118 ,\; Thomas  Milne, K.M.C., 0143 A; Thomas Irwin. F.M.C.,  ���������1317 A; G: D. Scott. F.M.O., 8505 A; A. K. John-  Hton;RC.M.,ra9A:AV.IC.L������lghton,F.M.C.1.lj4A,  Intend, sixty dajs Jrom the date hereof to apply to Iho Mining Rccoider for a Certificate  ol Improvements, ior the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above claim'  A nd lurther take notice that action, under  section 37, must, be commenced before-the  Issuance ol such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated (his 11th day of June, 189S.  HOME RULE MINER A T   ~LAIM.  Situate In tho Slocan jtflnini, Division of  West Kootenaj District. Where located :  About two miles above Cody and adjoining the Greenhorn Mineral Claim on the  north east.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Martin I* Grlmmett  nn agent lor MichaelMcAndrews.KreeMiner's  Certificate, Xo, 23G9 A, intend sixty days irom  (late hereoi, to apply to tho Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements lor the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt on the  above claim.  And lurther take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July, 1898.  M. L. GRIMMETT.  GREAT MUSIC OFFER.  Send us tho names and addresses of  three or more performers on the piano  or organ, together with ten cents'in  silver or postage, and wc will mail you  five pieces full sheet-music size, consisting of popular songs, waltzes,  marches, etc., arranged for the piano  and organ.   Address,  Chicago Book a News Co,  215-221 Wabash Ave.,    Chicago, 111.  For Birthday,  Wedding and  Presentation  Purposes.  *��������� We have a large assortment in Quadruple Plate,'which will be found  particularly  suitable, for  presents.    "Hiese   goods   are of artistic design���������"  beautifully executed���������and for an ornamental' or useful purpose., will prove  satisfactory.  , These goods are not expensive"] call and see them.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  M. L. Grimmett, ll. b.  Barrister,    Solicitor,    Notary  Puhlic, Etc.  , Sandon,    B.C  :i.rsrk������M.f%.rM't.".,'i<".f'k,Mli>t.M,j.|������������i.i1wri..Bwn.f*LH.in  THE....  SANDON, B. C.  Strictly First-class.  Furnished Rooms.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Dcloniino and Boulder No. 2 Mineral Claims  slluateln the Slocan Mining Division ol  West Kootenay District. Where located:  On west fork of Cody creek, one-hall mile  from Noonday Mine. . "~  Takenolice that I, J. M. R. Fairbairn, ol  Ka.-lo, 13. C, acting as agent for P. Burns,  Free Miner's Certificate No.lGOSA.intend sixty  days irom the date hereof, to apply to. the  JTining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claims.  And lurther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  Issuance ol suchCertificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of August, 199S.  J. M. R. FAIRBAIRN. P. L. S.  Bruce White.  N. J. Cavanaugh.  WHITE & CAYANAUGH  Manufacturers of and dealers  in Rough and Dressed Lum-  , ber a specialty.        ' <������  Estimates furnished.  Contractors and Builders.  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. C.  Certificate of ImproYements.  NOTICE.  N.'ioma andAUgash Mineral Claims situate 111  the Slocan MlmngDivlslon ofWest Koot-  otenay  District.     Where located.   about  two and one-half miles upCarpenler creek  Irom Cody.  Take notice that I, W. A. Rauer, agent for  B. C. Gold Trust, Free Miner's Certificate No.  3'2(!3.jA,   intend,  sixty   days   from   the  date  heieol, toapplvto the Ml 11 ing Recorder lor a  Cerliflcntoof Improvements, for the purpose  ofobtalning a  Crown   Grant of the  above  claims.  And further take notice (.hat action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 30th day of August,.189S.  Vf   A. BAUER, P. L. S.  A G ENTS.���������Book business is better than for  ypurspa������.t; also have better and faster selling books. Agents clearing from $10,000 to  $10,000 weekly. A few leaders ore: "Queen  Victoria," "Life of Mr. Gladstone," ''My  Mother's Bible Stories," ''Progressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Field:,," "Woman,"  "Glimpses of the Unseen," Breakfast, Dinner  and Supper," "Canada: an Encyclopedia."  Books on time. Outfits free to canvassers.  THE BRADLEY-GARRETSON CO., Limited,  Toronto. , ~   ^-  r  HOME WORK F0R  FAMILIES.  hi  We want a number of families to do  work for us at homo, whole er spare  time. The work we send our workers  is quickly and easily done, and returned by parcel post as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send namo and  address, THE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B.; London, Ont.  1  =5=Z������l5!S  W. McOabe, Esq., Managing Director  North American Life Assurance Co., Toronto, Ont. -       '  Dear Sir: . ' _  Of the three options at my disposal in regard to my matured 15-ycar investment policy for $2,500, viz:  '      .    1st, Cash ������3,793 88  2nd, Paid-up Insurance."  9,295.00  3rd, Life Annuity     259 50  I have decided to take the first, and hand you my discharge in exchange  for your check. In terminating the contract, which has given me reliable Life  Insurance for fifteen years for S2,500, and in addition returns me all my payments with compound interest added, at a rate within a very small fraction of  0 per cent. I can only remark that rny expectations have b<?en more than  realized, and that the whole transaction from beginning to end has been of tho  most satisfactory character.- Yours truly,  R. A. Pyke, Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, Toronto.  For rates and full particulars apply to   ,  S. G. FAULKNER, Provincial Manager, Vancouver.  and all effects of  For Impotency, Lame Back,  Night Losses, Drains, Varicocele  Youthful Errors*,*  There is but one sure cure-  properly applied. .Why not be up with the times? In ten  years electricity will be the treatment supreme. With my  world-famed ELECTRIC BELT an^ 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  BR, R. SANDEH, 136 St. James Street, Montreal, Que.  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  SANDON, B. C.  I. O. O/F.  'Silver City Lodge. No. 39,me'eto every Friday evenine.at 7.30 o'elook.in Crawford's hall.  m. l. grimmett, n. g.    ,  n: j. garbutt, v. g.  A. HARLOW, Reo. See. ' ' ' '  ��������� All sojourning brothers cordially Invited  to attend. -,  Outfit free.        BRADLEY-GARRISON CO..  Limited, Toronto.  I do not write for money;  I am no' idle railer ;  But I write to tell the story  Of the famous Kootenay Tailor.  We're making.clothes for the very bestH-  A nice Tweed Suit or a fancy Yest;  We have clothing for every taste.  Give us a call;  your time we don't wasted  Do Mot Forget  '  A   FIT  WE   GUARANTEE.  c  Just come and have a trial,  And then my friend you'll ,see, ,  We,make clothes to fit all shapes  At prices to suit the brave and free.  KOOTENdY'5 TAILORS.  WHEN IN SdNbON STOF ffX THE  SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Rates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.  R. CUNNING, Propkihtob.  it Sandon, Rossiand, Nelson, Kaslo, Pilot Bay and Three Forts,  i<       Blacas Gify,  -���������"'���������������������������     --'"���������*������������������    ���������   ..���������..-������������������.���������   l, '..,���������,.--,.. ^aP,.-^--,-) s*,t -.v* 'f',.,', ^.i^1... ?'.;-.J|^;'; t/;i.*^ yv-.y ���������If^'-- b������'1.!'^..-l-.

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