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Array YOL. 2.    TSTO. 16.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.  PRICE FIYE CENTS.  OF HIDSST10 MB.  Changes in the Mining Lavs,  The following changes in the British  Columbia mining laws should be carefully studied by those interested in  mining in this Province :  First of these refers to the' location  fractions. 'In all fractions "surveyed  from now on, whether staked correetly  or nor., the surveyor may adopt the,  boundary lines of * the surrounding  claims, provided no side exceeds 1,500  feet in length. In other words, the locator is entitled to the vacant ground  * that he claims, even if he does not  ' stake it in sueh a manner as to include  it all, which he seldom does. ' "  : v By a recent decision of the courts a  prospector lost a claim because of inability to secure the post necessary^ to  mark the location. The amendment  provides that in cases where claims are  staked above the timber line, or the  prospector cannot secure the necessary  posts, he may erect monuments of  earth or atone.'  In staking an extension the posts are  often planted so as to form a wedge-  shape fraction between two'ends of the  two claims. These fractions have often  incurred great expense, not only in re*  ��������� cording and surveying, but   in   cases  - where they carry the lead, and 'thus become of Biich value as to promote liti-,  gation. The amended act authorizes  the purveyor to include such ' fraction,  provided it docs not cover more than  51.65 acres, the'area of, a full claim,  and provided further that two location  posts are together.. _ ������������������      ���������  By failure to record assessment work  within the required period of one year,  either througt. oversight or, the   mi ������-  - understanding of partnership interests.  ��������� valuabla claims have bVpn lost.    Now  if a prospector fails to record the work  within a year, he has 30 days' additional time in which to- ms'ce the record by  payment of an extra ������10, provided that,  the work is done within the year.   ,  Another change regarding the as-,  sessment work is in that particular  which called for work to the amount of  $100 each year. * Now, a miner can do  and reeordas many assessments as he  pleases in a year by paying the record-  - ing fee for each assessment done to tho  extent of ������100.       .  In case anyone should advertise an  application for a certificate of improvement and erown'grantj the contestant  must have his claim surveyed immediately and iile a plan made and "signed  by an authorized provincial land surveyor with the writ.  To obtain a crown grant in   1896   it  ' was necessary to do assessment work  to the amount of ?500 and to have the  claim surveyed, which   meant another  i $100. ��������� In 1897 the act'wns amended so  as to provide that ur'to May l,1898,the  cost of such survey should count as  an assessment and as work toward the  - crown grant. A survev generally costs  8100." The last legislature extends the  time to May 1,1899.  Hereafter, in adverse proceedings in  connection with the title to mineral  claims, before any court, each party to  the proceedings shall give affirmative  evidence of title. Heretofore the burden of proof was on the contestant.  The fee fork recording assessment  work has been reduced'from $2.75 to  $2 50. Heretofore the fee for recording  assessments kas been 25 cents higher  than other fees.      ,  -  ~  Anybody who pulls'dawn a legal  post erected to mark   a   boundary   or  ' location of a mineral claim, or any  writing by law required to be thereon,  is liable to imprisonment for six  months or a fine of S250, or both. This  is supposed to be directed particularly  .toward preventing the use of old posts  by people who reatake a claim and  sometimes destroy evidences of a prior  location.  destruction of provisions they are all  starving. The island has b<jen completely gutted by the wind and floods  from the mountains, in addition to the  waves along the coast. There has  been a great loss of shipping along the  track of the cyclone. Belief funds are  being raised in response to an appeal  from the governor of St. Vincent,where  all descriptions of food and clothing  and other neces'siries were lost in the  general destruction. The demand for  building material is unlimited. No  details of the work of the* hurricane  have been received from  Guadaloupc.  GREATER BRITAIN' EXHIBIT.  Member ofthe   London '.Chamber  Mines Strongly Recommends It.  of  George Taunt, of Toronto, who is re,  presenting a London mining syndicate-  is in the city. Mr .Taunt is also a member of the Incorporated London Cham"  ber of-Mines, And he has been requested  by the secretary of,that institution to  do all he can to secure a line mineral  exhibit from British Columbia for the  Greater Britain exhibition that will be  held in London next year.  "We want," he said, Canada and   es.  pecially British Columbia to make the  largest and best exhibit of all the colonies.   There is nothing that could bette1  advertise the mincr.il resources of this  province. -Now is the   time   to   push  ourselves to the front as Britain's richest colony.   British capital   to-day   is  at a standstill with regard  to' Australian mines, and money, is  being withdrawn as fast as .possible   from   South  Africa.     There is- also   considerable  anxiety among^nglishmen as to their  investments in the United States.   Tim  attention of the monied men   of  Lon  don is at present centered on   Canada  and particularly British Columbia."    '  ih. Taunt says that'if tlie ore exhibit  at New, Westminster is sent to London  he will guarantee that it shall be shown  in its entirety as the special ex libit ol  the New Westminster Fair. '   ,   -  There soems to be some doubt ar to  where the Greater Britain exhibition  will be held.- It has been reported that  Enrls Court has been si'licted, but 'Mr.  Taunt say^that Oiyrnpia, is more suit"  able for the exhibition, ps it is a much  larger and more convenient place. Il  has been decided,to hold me exhibition  at the Olyrr-pia grounds.   >.  ""���������  (I  GOl  A special meeting of the council was  held Aug. 10. A circular letter was  ordered to be addressed the Feder.il  government setting forth lhe situation  of the country on the lead question.  A letter from the Kaslo Bo ml of Trade  urging joirt action was read.  At the special meeting, Sept. 6th,the  following ae'eouhts were pasbed :���������  Salaries .".  542126  Street improvements    404 70  Telegrams, etc        4 35  JPaystreak      22 CO  P.O.Bex     ' 5 50  E. R. Atherton, supplies        4 95  S.-W. L. C...  Mrs; Molntyre, relief.   E.Bade .....'.   John Morgan!". :.:   Thompson Stationery Co.,  B. C. Gazette   D. J. Robertson.'   ���������:������75  8 00  3 00  3 00          7 15  7 00          4 25  Special meeting Sept. 10 ���������A motion  was passed rescinding n motion of  July 4th limiting the number of liquor  license in the city.  Regular meeting Sept. 19th.���������An account of White & Cava'naiigh of ?51.27  was ordered paid.  On motion of Broddy andSwitzer ������50  was voted to tlie city band.     '   *  "Tbe police officials sent iD their ordinary reports.  Tenders are to be asked for fixing up  andt painting the fire hall.  Hunter���������Mighton���������That the Board  of Works be instructed to, look' into  the matter of building police cells, and  a bridge across Ivanhoe st.���������Carried.  FROM THE GAZETTE. /  of disposing of the whole or any part  of the assets of the comnany, and to  transact such other business as the  shareholders may deem ad\isablc.  A general meeting of the Kaslo &  Slocan railway company shareholders  ii called to convene at Kaslo on October 12 for the election of directors and  other business.  A license authorising the Golden  Creek mines, limited, to carry on busi-  ress as an extra-provincial company  has been issue'd. The bead office is in  London, the office in this province is  in Princeton, Similkameen, and Samuel Frederick Scott is ' the attorney.  The capital stock is ������10,000 shares of  ������1 each. The object is to cany on a  jreneral mining business.  ,A certificate of registration as an  extra-provincial company has been  granted to the British Canadian Gold  Fields Exploration i-ompaiiy. The  head oflice of the com pan j' is in Tor  onto, Ont., and the oflice in the' province is in Nelson, and C. W. Wing is  the attorney for the, company. Ihe  capital stock is ������2,5000,000 divided into 2,500.000 shares ofSl ear h. The object is to carry on a^ general mining  businiss.    ,' ,   >  FATAL CRASH.  One Man Killed    and,  Another    Fatally  Injured. , i  iliiilillillliiCHIiilll.  To the Editor of Tbe Mining Review:  Sir:���������Your issue of Sept. 17th, contains the following paragraph amongst  the general news items :  "What mistakes were made by the  firemen on Thursday night ?"  As Chief of the Fire Department, I  would be obliged if either your informant in this matter, or any of your  readers would explain what were the'  mistakes, and also the meaning of the  statement that "very fortunately"there  alarm  o  The   Latest v Incorporation,   Certificates  vof Registrations.Etc.  DOWNEY WAS SICK.  The Fakir Who Visited Vancouver Backs  Out of a Fight in Seattle  GREAT DISASTER.  Sunday's Hurricane m West Indies the  Worst in a Century.  Kingston, Jamaica, Sept. 18.���������The  hurricane of Sunday .was the i worst  similar visitation .experienced by the  West Indies during "the century, not  ���������excepting those of 1819 and 1867, both  in violence and extent. The hurricane  ���������swept ftlong the island chain from the  Barbadoes westward to St. Vincent,and  'thence northwest to St. Thomas, where  it was last heard from. The Barbadoes  ���������suffered mostly from the rain, which  destroyed the crops and rot.ds, as it  did on the other island, while the centre of the storm swept St. Vincent and  Guadaloupe. Details received from  St. Vincent show that an unparalleled  destruction of life and property has  taken place there. Out of a population  of 41,000, 300 were killed and 20,000  were injured and rendered homeless.  Besides this, owing  to   the   complete  "Kid" Kerwin was an unknown factor so far as the sporting world of Seattle was concerned yesterday morning.  When "Jack Downey," of Brooklyn, or  San Francisco, sent word that he was  "sick" and would not be able to fight  Bill Scott, Kerwin said he would take  his place. The little fellow put up  seventeen rounds of the prettiest.cle'an-  est aud most scientific work.ever seen  in the ring, and not only won .the unqualified admiration of Scott, but the  crowd as well.  Scott was awarded the decision in  the seventeenth because Kerwin's  stomach troubled liim and his friends  thougnt it. best fo him to quit. The  crowd was perfectly satisfied and Kerwin can get backing for any amount  of money in this city whenever he  wants to fight a man of his weight.  "He is the gamestawd cleverest little  fellow I ever ran up against," said  Scott lasl evening. "At first I thought  1 had a snap, but in the second round  he whipped his right hand over on me  and I went flat on my back,striking my  head and cuttiug it. From that time  I knew that ho was an old hand at the  business and played carefully myself-"  Referee William Barton said , "It  was as clean cut a fight as one evt-r  witnessed. There was not one 'approach to a foul. Every instruction  was obeyed to the letter. Scott could  not put Kerwin out because he was too  clever and Kerwin could not put Scott  out because he could not hit hard  enough.   Scott .vas much heavier.  There was not one out of the 150  sporting men who took in the fight,  leaving on the steamer Idaho, who  thought it would latt three rounds.  After they saw Kerwin work a iovr  moments they commenced to admire  him and befoie night swore by him-  Scett weighed about 140 as against 123  forKeiwin. Scott had too much flesh  on his body.  WHAT Dr. A. E. SALTER SAYS.  Buffalo, N. Y.���������Gents :���������From my  personal knowledge, gained in observing th'e effect of your Shiloh's Cure in  cases of advanced consumption, I am  prepared to say it is the most reliable  remedy that has ever been brought to  my attentention. It ��������� has certainly  saved many from consumption. Sold  at McQueen's Drug Store.  -The British Columbia Gazr tto of September 15th contain* the following announcements:  ^Articles of incorporation have been  issued to the Commander Consolidated  Mining and Smelting compiiny,liivited  non-personal liability. ���������The ciipiul  stook> $150,000 divided into 1,000,000  shares of 15 cents each. The registered  office of the company is in Rossiand  aud the object of the company is" to  carry on a general mining business. ,  'Articles of incorporation havo been  issued to the .'Dardanelles Mining it  Milling company, Iimited,non-persnnal  liability. The capital stock in SI.OOu-,-  000 divided into l',000,000 sharps 'ot $1  each. The registered office of the com  pany is in Rossiand and tho object of  the company'is to carry on a grneral  mining business:  Articles of incorporation havo been  issued to the R. E. Lee Gold Mines,  limited. Tho capital stock ii ^.OOO.OOO  divided into 2,000,000 shares ot $leach.  The registered office of the -joint any is  in Rossiand. The objects for which  the company is formed are :'  To purchase or acquire, by amalgamation or otherwise, all of the assets,  rights, powers, priveleges and franchises of the "R. E. Lee Gold Mining  company, limited liability," and to  purchase and acquire the interest or  shares of any or all of the shareholders  mi the R. E. Gold Mining company,  limited liability, and to issue paid' up  stock of the company, or stock of the  company in part oaid up, or both  therefor. And to adopt and carry into  effect, with or without naodific.uion,  certain agreements which have been  already prepared and are expressed to  be mado between the "R E. Lee Gold  Mining company, limited liability,"  one of the part, and Archibald B. Mackenzie, of the same place, on behalf of  the company, of the other part, and  which agreements are to be signed immediately after the incorporation of  tho company, copies whereof have, for  the purpose of identification, been swb.  scribed by Charles Robert Hamilton,  Esquire, a solicitor of the supreme  court. And also to adopt and carry  into effect any agreement made between the said "R. E. Lee Gold Mining  company, limited liability," and its  liquidator, and the company which has  the object of carrying out an arrange,  ment under section 13 of the "Com.  panics Winding-Up Act, 1898", and to  carry on a general mining business.  A certificate of registiation as an extra-provincial company has been issued  to the Gibson Mining & Milling com-  panv in Spokane and the office in  the province is in Kaslo. The capital  stock of the company is S650,000, divided into 650,000 shares of SI each. The  object for which the company is formed  is to carry on a geneial mining business.  At a meeting of the bo.ird ofexamin.  ei? lor tlie examination of candidates  for admission to practice as provincial  surveyors in this province, will be held  at the office of the chief commissioner  of lands and works at Victoria,on Mon.  day, the Srd day ol October.  A meeting ol the Iron II< lse Mining  & Milling company will be held in this  city on October 10 for the purpose of  considering and, if deemed  advisable, |  t Mission Junc"tion,Sopt.(17.���������(Special)  ���������A terrible accident -occurred four  miles from here in a dense fog -at 7.30  this morning-which res id ted in the  death'of T. Paulano, section man,, and  fatal injuries to a man ''numed George  Furnell, known as Walker, and whose  relatives live ,at 210'v Oppcnhcimer  street, Vancouver.      " '  Three handcars with 10 mon   started  nut this morning on theMission branch,  when   about   four   miles ,from    here  paused at a bridge expecting a  freight  coming from Huntingdon.." Not   hearing the whistle they proceeded and all  three hand cars wore crushed into   by  the freight, being   'completely   demolishes.   Most ofthe "men  jumped'  i.nd  escaped.   On'the second lfand car Fur?  nel! was fatally injured  and   death   is  expected hourly. Paulano, on the third  car, was almost instantly, killed.     All  of the men are~of the Mission.,Junction  suction ano fence gang and -wVre going  to Huntingdon, to   fix- up   tho   (r-'ck  caused by   a   Seattle engine  running  off recently.'   Coroner  Pittemlngli   is  expected here from  Now Westminster  on No. 2 this afternoon to hold   an   inquiry.  Furnell's daughter lives at 210  penheimer street, Vancouver, and  rest of the family iu Victoria, i  a  Op-  the  A Slocan Investor.  Mr. Rabbetts, a mining engineer of  England, is in the city. He says his  mission is to look over (he country,  and locate properties on whi<-.h his  principals can secure options. They  are not purchasing at the present mere  prospects or old established mines; but  younger properties that have done  shipping. He says there is as "much  money as ever over there seeking investments; but capitalists havo had  such experiences in speculations, min-  ing'and otherwise, that they aro,growing more cautious every day.  OH A JAUNT.  A Slocan Editor Who Lives to Look at  Vancouver.  R. T. Lowry, "editor and financier "  of the New Denver Eedge, is in the  city. Mr. Lowry is out for a holiday  and has found it. He thinks that Vancouver is one cf the most cosmopolitan  cities that he has seen and admires  the progress which has been generally  made since he inspected the water off  the C. P. R. dock in the early spring.  When he brushes off the dust of the  Slocan mining district iu Vancouver,  he will go to the effete east and visit  his old home. In Toronto he will endeavor to convey the impression that  there are other mining camps besides  the Trail creek district, and that the  Slocan is worthy ol watching. He  hopes to put through a few deals. Today he says the utmost activity prevails in the Slocan and that a vast  amount of development work is being  done. Shipments are being mado and  big returns recoived.���������Province.  was no need fer water, at an  fire.  1 was on the scene of operations  within four minutes of the alarm being  given, and desire to state a few facts*  not only to counteract the erroneous  impression conveyed, and vindicate  the character of the brigade of effici-  iency, which character ha������ been as  sailed by the publication of the paragraph in question, but also for the  information of the public at large.  The following foolish statemente'have  been made concerning, the alarm of  the loth inst:  "What the hose reel was taken down  without any 'nozzles," that there   were  no spanners or hydrant wrenches, that  there were only three lengths of hose on  the cart.   Now   sir,  these  statements  are each and   every   one,   pure   false-  hoodelThere are atall times two nozzles  affixed to the cart, and there were four  hundred and fifty feet of hose   on   the  reel.    The only   mistake   made   was  this, that with the   exception   of  the  Assistant Chief, who   had   to   accompany the cart to see to the proper  laying in of tbe hose, the first  persons to  take out the cart, were not acquainted  with the place where the spanners, &c.  were kept.   Owing to the   unfortunate  fact that the Sandon fire apparatus is  not imbued with life, or endowed with  powers of location, the  spanners   and  belts which hang on the walls   of  the  fire station,'require to'be taken   down  by some person before they can be   of  use.   The  first   action   of   a  regular  member of the brigade is to take down  a belt and   spanner   from   the   hooks  whereon they hang.  The brigade is only too thankful ,for  the"assistance of outsiders on every  occasion, but, do not wish to be blamed  for errors of either omission or 'commission macle by such outsiders.  With very'few exceptions, the 'brigade is composed of young - men who  have no material interest in the city*>  who risk their safety and volunteer  their services, practically gratis, there"  fore they ought at all times to receive  the unqualified support of the citizens.  It is quite understood by the members  as a whole, that all reputable people of  any standing whatever in the community do appreciate their effortB, and  recognize the fact that the S. V. F. D-  is quite as efficient as any 'similar organization in the country, nevertheless  it is to say the least of it very irritating  to be subject to the irresponsible twaddle of ''rubbernecks,"and the malicious  gossip of every leaky-tongued "side"  walk" fireman who chooses to circulate  false reports.  Like every organization we make  mistakes and are at all times, open to  and thankfeiLfor, honest criticism and  "pointers" from responsible and experienced hands, but the requirements  of an efficient fire service in Sandon  are too great to have our efforts in that  direction impeded by the circulation*  of such deliberate lies as I have men  tioned. J  With apologies for trespassing at so  great a length on your space  I remain, sir,'"  Yours truly l  Frank C. Sewell.  Sandon, Sept. 21st, 1898.  ���������Messrs. Joe Sneider and J.A. Hoffmye'r,  of Sandon. They had a boat loaded  with about 2,500 ( pounds of supplies.  The boat was driven onto the rocks  near the Bhore and was destroyed and  the cargo lost. Hoffman was the only  one drowned. Mrs. Hoffman and Sneider joined another Yufeon bound party and went on. Mr. Hoffmyer returned to Edmonton.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  We belie-re referred to was the Hoffman who last winter was a shoe maker  in town.  With Scissors and Pen.  erected   at   Mid-  Eitra Locals.  Catarrh cured. A clear head and  sweet breath secured with Shiloh's  Catarrh Remedy. We sell six bottles  for $3 and guarantee an absolute cure.  Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  It is not unlikely Thompson Bros,  will open a second comique in the Exchange when they get their refitting  and overhauling completed. They are  putting an entirely new front in the  building.  A man of irregular habits ^ will find  one of Milburn's Sterling Headache  Powder* taken in the morning clear  his head, 'steady his nerves and put  him in shape for his day's work.. Price  10c. and 25c'.   .  Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures  where others fail. It is the leading  Cough Cure; and no home should bif  without it. Pleasant to take and goes  right to the spot. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  The council have let the contract for  overhauling that stately building  yclept "the gaol and court'house"  The intention is to convert it into  three'cells and afford accommodation  for those subjected to short time sentences.  The Nelson Miner speaks of "D. W.  Higgins, ex-speaker of the Provincial  House of Commons " There are two  querries in this���������Firstly, when was  Mr. Higgins speaker of a House of  Commons, and secondly, when had the  province a House of Commons ?  A smelter may be  way.  The Washington will soon be opened  up again. tf  The 14th was the pay day at   Whitewater mines.-  '��������� V.  -5  The Miller creek  car last week.  claim  shipped  a  The Bosum of New Denver is now a  regular shipper.  The Nativer Silver bell has a $300 a  ton shipment ready. '  The wagon road ftto Ten Mile from  Trout Lake has been completed.  Shipmentscfrom Whitewater for the  month ending August 31; Whitewater,  105 tons.  The Whitew*ter Deep have 15 men'  at   work  and  the  Whitewater  about 40.  mine  \  COM-  Grey  French Shore Question.  St. John's',-Nfld_., Sept. 19.���������The British Roj*al commission to inquire into  t!se;French shore question, started today for a cruise along the treaty coast.  The colonial government kas scored a  signal victory by inducing the commissioners to accept co-operation of  the^colpnies,',report of .Receiver-General Morine. -The commission uL. not  wish to have'the colonial officer accompany them, but the colonial minister insisted that their representative  should go, in order tnat the settleis'  case should be fairly put.  MINING RECOKDS<  Recorded at New Denver.  The   Goodenough' company  menced work last week' on   the  Copper creek.  W. H. Sandiford has got hold of the  Sultana group, and he ha������ put men * to  work at once.  Five mine are at work on the Minnehaha. A trail has .been cut from Tributary creek and cabins are being built.  A trail has been cut from near Tributary creek on the Wonderful trail and^  cabins are now being built on the  claim.   , '  r i  The lower tunnel on the Whitewater  Deep has been closed,  the  men  havo <  been put on the workings of the upper  tunnel. _ "  The Treasure Vault is another Sandon shipper, and is said by , a great  many will be one ofjSlocan's greatest  shipper. \ i -_.  Ore is being packed down   from' the <'  Carbonate No. 2 on Spring  creek.    , A '  car of high grade stuff will be shipped'  next week. >  Silver has readied 61 cents with   thet  tendency upwards.   This is the  high-,  est for many a'month. Permanency at  that and higher figures , means   much  for the Sandon camp. '*    '     , *\  ��������� * / r* .rt  1 i    , ,t*-,������-;*.f  --' v*f..'(L  V      "f    "I  '-       -v ' ' x*;  I _       -.v*J    fl  A *,!-     _ -r j' - jfrD  '* *     . ? *f;>A i ���������  PERSONAL" MENTION.'-  ��������� Q'  ':���������-���������!)  * \.:,/"-'j  t *  -. * --*,'-*  i4  A** <l  '. ,    ' V'9  ���������,���������*  <  ������' "������,W* i  *  '        lit         -M  for  Spokane   on  LOCATIONS.  Sept 13���������Random, Carpenter, Henry BrOwn  Cove Head Fractlon.JIcGuigan siding.same  Labor day, Silver mountain, Itussel Donald  SeptW���������Belmont, Finnel ereck.Peter Grant  Rodney, Eicht mile, Geo Parkinson  Silver Cord, Fourmilu, Paul Gruen  Sept 15���������Fitz, north lork Carpenter, Alice  Trenery  Yorkshire Boy, Silverton, John R Roberts  Nancy Lee, same, A L Roberts  Prince, north fork Carpenter, Jas Black and  A C Tan Jloerkeske  Pasby, south   fork Carpenter,   Jno   Doek-  steader  Sept 16���������Silverine, Dardanelles basin, John  Swauson  Orient Fraotlon, Sandon crcek.G BKnowles  Maud N, Martin crook, John BteMartin  Maud M, same, Jos B Martin  Ella, Glazier oreek, O Lcmieuz  Ellsle, same, G B Martin  Black Diamond, Four mile, Xorinan McMillan  ASSESSMENTS.  - 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.  Pkesbyterian.���������Rev. J. Clelland will  preach as usual m the Virginia hall,  to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p. m.  Union Sabbath School in the Methodist church at 8 p. m. Everybody  welcome.  AT THE   HOTELS.  Hotel Reco���������E. C. Clark, A. Rhodes,  Montreal; T. H. Ingram, Calgary; H.  Rabbets, London, Eng.; J. F. Callum  and wife, Wellesley; F. Viets, Grand  Forks; J. McKclvoy, Oakland ; W. S.  Burns, G. Finkler, Rossiand ; E. J. Mc-  Cune, New York ; N. Martin, Whitewater ; C. J. Gregg, Victoria; C. W.  McAnn, E. J. Field, J. A. Whittiei and  wife, R. J. Hamilton, Kaslo; S. Whit-  more. P. J. Hickey, Spokane ; G. W.  ���������Vdams, W. J. Linton, R. W. Brown,  Vancouver; J. D. Brock, Toronto ; A.  C. Foster, Fremont; C. H. Oliver and  wife, Ogden.  Sandon���������D. R.Young, Nelson; M.  McHale, Whitewater; J. Barr, Nakusp;  A. N. Lcnnon, J. F. Waiter, Roseberry;  J. Nesbitt, New Denver.  Goodenough���������T. R. Ella, Vancouver;  W.E.Davidson, Toronto; J.C.Eaton  and wife, Ka*lo; R. C. Davis, On.bic.  Drowned in Great Slave Lake.  Frank Hoffman, of Sandon, B. O,  was drowned on Great Slave lake on  July 17th bv the boat m which he was,  being swamped. Hoffman was accompanied on the trip by   his   wife   and  Sept IS���������Parmit to transfer work from Noon  Day to Grey Eagle and Fourth of July  Carrie, Ada Bell, Treasurer Vault, Naoma'  Allgash.Ajax  Sept U���������Wlnton, Islington, Pure Gold  Sept 15���������Drum Lummond, Valkyrie  Sept 16���������Oand K, Grey Fox, Lee&l Tender  Sept 17���������Conder, Bay State, Producer  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMKKTS.  Sept 13���������Ocean  Sopt 17���������JI C, W B R, Silverton Boy, Crescent, Emily Edith, Jenny Jones Fraction,  Arena Fraction  TRANSFERS.  Sopt 13���������Little Dora ������,P Chisholra to Mai lon  Lcos, Sept 12  Banshee, John Vallance to Roulette M & M  Co, Sept 10  Sep! 15���������Mazeppai, Randolph Snundors to  Andrew J Murplij*, Aug 21  '.Vllla.Frank Watson to the Will Gold M  Co, April 27  Sopt llj���������Bay State Ferguson Aimstrongto  Nanthan S Tucker, Sept I)  Province 3-1C, James D Rvan to David Sloan  Septl  Sept 17���������Jehovo }, Joseph BMartin toArthur  Mullen, Sept 15, $83>.50  International,TliurhdayFiaction, i in each,  L W Parkinson to John H Thompson, Oct 12  Oregon City *, International }. Thursday  Fiactlon J, John U Thompson to John A  Whittier and David W Moore. Octn  Shareholder }, W Rj'an to Oliver T Stone.  SeptS  Power of Attorney, R George toW B George,  July o0  Soptl9���������Polo, Charlotte Henderson to T M  Banting, April 1, $1,000  BlacK Diamond 3-S, Norman MoMlllan to H  M WalKpr, Septl9  March Bird and SnowflaKe, i io each, JC  Butler to same, Sept 19  C. M. Wilson left  a trip last Monday.  P. J. Hickey has returned from Spokane, where he placed his children at  school.  Robert McDonald, who had been off  on a visit of several days, returned  home on Wednesday and is now down  to work again. . " .  Mayor McAnn, of Kaslo, looked in  on Sandon on Tuesday night, on his  nay home from a long visit to the  prairie country.  Mr. Smith received a telegram from  Mr. Harris at Chicago saying,he would  be in Spokan* on Monday and would  probably reach Sandon Wednesday.  Mr. Jowatt and Mr. Macdonald, both  of the Nelson Miner, were in the city  the past week. They both see marked  improvements since they were here  before.  G. A. Stevens returned Wednesday  evening from a week's holiday in Nelson and Rossiand. He says Nelson is  a hustling, citj-like place while Ross-  land is only a iive mining camp. The  eports at the latter place on the 19th  appeared very tame compared with  Sandon's celebration.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The  meats  following is   a list of ore ship-  over the   K. & S. from Sandon  DOAN CURES A MANITOBA MAN.  Mr. Alexander Frnser, Miami, Man.,  writes : "I cannot refrain from recommending Doan's Kidney Pills to any  person troubled with kidney disorder,  for I believe if they could cure me  they couli cure any case."  for the week ending September 23:  MDTE. TONS.  Payne  50  Last Chance '.  60  Ruth 105  Slocan Star 120  Treasure Vault  40  Total 375  The following are tho ore shipments  for the week via lhe C. P. R. /  Payne 300  Total '. 300  K. and S. Shipments 375  C. P. R. "         300  Grand total.  CUCUMBERS. MELONS; BEWARE!  You may have an attack of Cramps  Diarrhoea after, eating them. Just  keep on hand a bottle of Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry and you're  safe. It cures Cramps, Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery and all bowel complaints.  r-S-'.-'1  *     J^ "4.  E\+t   <JSL  -. 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':���������"���������.���������' ���������'���������������������������Y--.,-.l������'!*���������������������������>������������������"���������' V*^" ���������*���������������������������'��������� -���������-.���������* ������������������;���������'.  ��������� .'-*\ ������������������>������������������  vV;';^i ���������* .   r N.  :<*^$jr*vy ,V.>  ^  THE MIKING REYIEW.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.  v ���������  3.  t������be ^initio (Review  SANDON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY....SEPTEMBER 24, 189S.  Subscription $2.00 Per Year  ���������   Strictly is Adynace.  "DEEMSTERS      AND  STERS."  BOOM-  Continuing our comments of last  week on the criticism of the Rossiand  Miner on the course of the Review,  - wc have to add, so far as work has  gone, Rossiand has developed a lot of  ore in four or five mines that runs in  ' the neighborhood of $35 to the ton.  Through the superior facilities for shipping at that place (the cars running  ,' up to the mines) and the proximity ol  smelters, the owners of the mines are  enabled to make considerable out of  their operations���������sufficient to warrant  the statement Rossiand must grow to  be a very important mining camp; but  this in no way destroys the statement,  and to which the Miner takes exceptional umbrage, that the Payne here  last year paid more dividends than the  whole of Rossland's mines put together, and the unprecedented booming of that camp by its local papers  and local kite-nyers,has done much to  delay tbe success of mining in the  Kootenay.  We fully agree with the Miner,  when it says anything done to  serve any portion of the Kootenay  must benefit the whole country ��������� and  for that reason any injudiciousness in  any camp seriously retards the prosperity of the whole country.  As we write we have before us  several letters from parties who - have  been bitten by Rossland's wild catting  and booming, some of the writers haying held stock in "mines" sold out by  the sheriff for small claims.. Such unfortunates do not readily discriminate  between camps or the methods of  camps, and when they meet with a  misfortune 111 one part, it destroys their confidence in the whole  country This is one reason we feel  as we do, and have been constrained  to write as we have written.  For'instance, we know of one eastern man, when severely bitten by a  Rossiand wild cat,refused to buy stock  in a large dividend paying mine- in the  Slocan on the ground "all British  Columbia sharks were of the same  color." This thing, we repeat again,  of the just suffering with the unjust, is  the main reason we have had for decrying the unjust booming ofthe Rossiand Miner and some of the Rossiand  "miners."  There is any amount of wealth developed and undeveloped in the  Kootenay, and there is no necessity  for "stretchers," to bring wealth and  population here���������all that is wanted is  an honest representation of facts. We  are frequently asked to boom prospects, of which little or nothing is  actually known as mines, but this we  have under all circumstances refused  to do. Occasionally' correspondents  may send us in items that bear qualifying; we may clip items that are not  actual facts; but under no circumstances will news under editorial endorsement be put in that we have not  every reason to believe is the naked  truth,and "our comments on the reports  of other camps will be in the same  direction. We are fully aware that  our Rossiand confrere.thathas boomed  ten or more mines near that city the  past year, that were afterwards sold  out by the sherifi to pay afew small  preferred claims, the shareholders suffering the consequences, and the brilliant firmament at Kaslo that in its  time lauded the Ibex, may not concur  in these views but we cannot help it,  we must take our own way.  It is a serious matter to have our  eastern friends and acquaintances invest in wild cats and moonshines,  money that perhaps they often can ill  aflord to lose. It is right, however, to  secure their capital and influence in  the development of the country. To  do this, we must be frank and open  with them. If we have mines to sell  we should tell them just what money  has been expended on the properties,  what have been the returns, and what  ore is in sight. If the "mines" are  mere prospects of which little or nothing is known, we should say so. The  ,'naked truth is what will tell in the  end, and as far as our light goes, we  intend to confine ourselves to it, even  if we have to endure the displeasure  of the apostles of "light and enterprise" in Rossiand and Kaslo in doing so.  its friends in the province fear, as  many of them do, that there will be  something of a Martin boom in the  country over some of the reforms now  being inaugurated in governmental  methods and that will be supplemented  the next session of the House, they  have but themselves to blame for it.  Precisely the same thing took place in  Manitoba ten years ago. One party  stuck to the Norquay government as  long as they could, though many of  them knew for years it required overhauling, until their-opponents came'in  and held office ever since.  To his credit, it must be said, nothing has ever been advanced ro shop/  Premier Turner profited personally by  his office ; but he was neither shrewd  enough nor clever enough to know  some of his colleagues were filching  right and left. Col. Baker, through  manipulations with railway companies,  has land enough to make himself and  his family rich all the rest of their days  and Pooley and J. B. Martin, some  say, are not far behind. During the  campaign Mr. Clifle, on a couple of  occasionSjintimalcd it was not unlikely  some of these land deals, if the Opposition came into power would  likely be contested and the present  investigations may only be leading up  to-it. It will take a little time 'yet  to know how these matters  may   turn  WHERE   ARE THEY?  A few weeks ago Mr. D.  R. Young,  of the Slocan- News; Mr. Turner, 'of  the Kaslo News; Mr. King, of the  Kaslo Kootenaian, boomed Mr. Retallack for the local representation of  this constituency. Since then Mr. Retallack has left the country and gone  to reside permanently ,in Spokane.  Mr. Turner has left the country and  gone to reside in the States. Mr.  Young has left the constituency to live  in Nelson, and Mr. King has sold out  his paper and may remove at any  time. On the other hand Mr. Green  and his principal friends continue doing business at thc-old stands. It is,  therefore, easily seen the people did  the right thing in electing Mr. Green  and the more especially from Mr.  Retallack's point of view,, because "he  is a supporter of the government."  Some say that if Mr. Retallack had  been elected,he would have continued  to reside here; but it becomes very expensive when people can only be held  in the country by electing them members of parliament���������in short the game  is hardly worth the candle.  PURITAN DAMES.  We hear a great  deal these days of  our puritan forefathers, hut little  concerning- the  wives and mothers who landed at  Plymouth Rock  and founded that  colony which was  destined to play  such a large part  in our history.  In 1621 Elder  Cushman wrote  from Plymouth  that he would  not advise any  one to come here  who were not content to spend their  time, labors and  endeavors for the  benefit of those  who shall come  after, quitely cou-  tenting themselves with such  hardships and difficulties as shall fall upon then."  What self-renunciation and heroic purpose  was thifj! They drowned witches to be suie,  but that was no part of their puritanism. It  is lo the puritan women we owe so much for  that spirit in our people which gives them  the fortitude to endure hardship, and stake  life and fortune for their convictions.  The American women of to-day have the  spirit of their puritan mothers, but their  constitutions are not rugged or able to endure half the hardships of these New England ancestors. Very often they are rundown - with weaknesses and irregularities  peculiar to their sex, and the constant drain  upon their vitality makes them chronic invalids. Many women hesitate to go to  their family physician, because they dread  the local examinations so generally insisted  upon by practitioners. '  Such women should write Dr. R. V.  Pierce, chief consulting physician of the  Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,  Buffalo, N. Y., giving a full description of  their symptoms, history, etc., so that he  can give them the best possible medical  advice. If Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription seems to suit the case the Doctor will  say so. If not, then he will give medical  advice which will put such women on the  rapid road to recovery and health.  THE SAME OLD RACKET.  A Man of Many Accomplishments Victimizes the People of Sicamous.  THE CHANGE.  If the late Turner government and  Our neighbors at Slocan City are  complaining of dull times. This is a  pity, as it is no fault of the citizens  through lack of enterprise or of the  surrounding hills through lack of  natural wealth. The place has many  promising properties a but,round unfortunately many of them arc idle  through litigation. There should be  some way of meeting this kind of thing,  which is a serious detriment to the'  country. Mines that are paying are  often stopped af once throwing many  men out of employment and surrounding business interests into confusion.  A cure would be for the courts to step  in and appoint a manager, and operate the mine as if the owner, depositing all surplusses in the hands of some  bank to go to the owners, as soon as  the litigation showed who they are. Under such an arrangement the country  and'miners would be to some extent  protected, and those who want law  would be allowed to fight to  a  finish.  R. Robert Dent, alias Dr. Roberts,  alias Dr. Bartlett, forger, swindler,  fake parson, fake doctor and general  confidence man is nt his old tricks  again. It will be remembered that he  was sent to New Westminster for a  year in August, 1897 for passing bogus  cheques in Vancouver. He was a good  prisoner and thus left New Westminster penitentiary lust July. To clay*  Chief of Police Stewart received a let  ter from J. E. Hooper, of Sicamous, to  say that "Dr. Roberts" hud victimized  a number of Sic.unous. people, himself  among tho number by bogus , cheques.  The operator is described as  shaven, well-mannered man  smooth talker, but addicted  His depredations in Sicamous,  he figured as a professor   of   an  a  of  to  clean-  50, a  drink  where  Oak  land. California, medical  college,   amount to ovor $100.���������Province.  The provincial government has issued an order that henceforth the office  hours of all government officials shall  be extended���������they arc in future to  work from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m, with one  hour at noon. This is right as far as  it goes ; but it does not go far enough.  Government officials ought to put in  as long hours as clerks and bookkeepers in stores and 'business concerns. Cloth and blue blood should  give them no favors. They are public  servants, with salaries of their own  choosing, as they are never forced to  accept either the salaries or the offices,  and thev .\vf.\ as a consequence to  put in ih*"j c--".ic rours as other public  servants, joe Ma: tin and Co. ought  to tak-: another look it this matter,  and fix the hours of a'l government  officials from 9. a m. tc C p.m. With  such hours, they can reduce the staff,  and turn the saving to the public account in other worthy rhannr's  MARTYR  TO- HEART   T -OUBLE.  Mrs. Selina E. Cdre., Amherst, ?s.S,  say : "At times I Buffered intensely  from palpitation and fluttering of my  heart. I was weak and my nerves  shattered, Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills have regulated  my heart,  toned  If your , children are well  but not robust, they need  Scott's Emulsion of Cod-  liver Oil.  We are constantly in receipt of reports from parents who give their children  the emulsion every fall for a  month or two. It keeps them  well and strong all winter.  It prevents their taking cold.  Your doctor will confirm  this.  The oil combined with  the hypophosphites is a splendid food tonic.  50c. and $:.oo, all druggists.  SCOTT & BOWVE,     Chemists, Toronto.  HY  Nine-tenths of all  the    sufferiig    and  disease m the world  comes from the kidneys.    Yet how few  |-'\.' fyjyST    \ people there are who  Rig,^^~���������Atakeanycnreof these  : -w''" delicate littleorgans.  Backache, lamo  back.headnches.lifat-  lessncss, all signs of  kidney trouble, are  almost universal.  Doan's Kidney Pills  Tono and regulato the kidneys and help  them to throw off tlio poisons from tho  system.  Mrs. A. brown, V. O. Uox 210, Dresden,  Out., bay3: "For yearn I BUirciod from  dropsical trbublo which cnuBud mo much*  distil ess. 1 hoard ot Donn'", Kiclnoy j'illa  and got a box of thorn at S\wt,;cr's Drug  Store Jioforo commencing to tako tlierti  I was unablo to button my chocs on  account ol my nv'ollon condition, but by  tho time I nadfimslicd thofhst lioxlcoula  do this without inconvenience. I have now  taken a second box and havo no hositancy  in rocommendins Doan's Kidnoy Pills for  any Kidnoy or Dropsical trouble."  trico 50c a box, .1 for 81.23, all Drupgista.  The Doan Kidnov Pill Co., Toronto, Ont  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored  to health by simple means, after suffering  for several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Consumption*, is anxious to make known to his  fellow sufferers the means of cure. To  those who desire it, he will cheerfully  send (free of charge) a copy of tho the  prescription used, which they will iind a  sure cure for Con-sumption-, Asthma, Oa-  takrii, BiiONCiriTis and all throat and lung  Maladies. He hopes all sufferers will  try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those  desiring the i> inscription, which will cost  them nothing, and may prove a blessing,  will please address,  Eev. EDWARD A. "WILSON,  1 yr. Brooklyn, New York,  JUST ONE LITTLE DOT  n  WAS  RESPONSIBLE  FOR A FIERCE  BUT  BLOODLESS WAR.  Two Ways.  "Jomos," said tho milkman to his now  boy, "d'you seo what I'm a-doin of?"  "Yes, sir," ropliod James; "you'ro  a-pourin water into tho milk."  "No, I'm not, .Tamos. I'm a-pourin  iniS: into the vvitcr. So if anybody asks  you if I put wnler into tho milk you can  toll 'om no. Allers stick to the truth,  James. Cheat-in is bad 'nough, but lyin ia  wuss. "���������London Tit-Bits  MAGAZINES.  monthly  in stock  magazines  at   Cliffe's  PRICES  OF  The following  are always kept  Bookstore:  MAGAZINE! , ' PUICJ3.  The Young Ladies' Journal 35 cents  Cosmopolitan 15   "  '    Arena 30   "  "   Ladies' Home Journal 15   "  "   Canadian ...15   "  Munsey's....... ..15   "  Bow tlie Badduifj Friendship of Two Op-  eratorH Was Nippe-i by a Faulty Circuit��������� Chicago's Kindly Inquiry Elicited  ���������'KatsI" Froin. Nov York.  Sherwood, a telograph operator, recently  told of a foud which came into,existence  because of tho loss of such a small thing as  a telegraphic dot. A good "sendor" can  moke ton or moro dots in a second, so you  can imagine how infinitely small ono is.  Only a trainod car i.s able to distinguish  the difference botiveon a dozen dots and  30 whon a batcli is rapidly made.  Sherwood was at tlio Chicago end of a  New York wiro at tho timo of the adventure It was not a (rood wire even at its  best. It had a poor battery and some oth-  or ailmonts which iniiilo receiving a woe.  But first class operators woro expected to  do high grado business with it, and thoy  usually did if they workort 'in harmony,'  nnd did not get into quarrols over the responsibility for the clattering mid mixing  of tho faulty circuit. After two or three  men had resigned in disgust and had declared that thoy would rather wheol gravel  to a stone crasher than try to copy from  that line Shorw,ond was put on at Chicago,  and somo ��������� stranger to hiin was givon the  Now York ond. Thoy seemed to suit each  othor Immonsoly wojl and pounded away  without tho least bit'of, friction for a week.  Thoy woro sonsiblo onor.gh to (ako it easy,  and neithor tried lo rush tho other. Ono  ovoning Shorwood thought business would  proceed with greater satisfaction if ho  know tho mimo ol the good follow ovor in  Now York, so in thu courso of a rest ho  asked:  "What's your name, old HinnP"  Quiok as a Hash and to Sherwood's utter  amazement the otheropen'tor hurlod bock  at him tho ourt' monosyllable:  "Rats!"  Sherwood was thunderstruck, and he  was also warm. "All right," ho said to  himsolf. "Vory woll, you frosh suokor. If  that's your kind, I'll lot you alono ond  give you a little tahto of hot work just to  make you do somo thinking on politeness  over aline."  So ho turned in and fairly mado his own  arm whiz in jerking streaks of lightning  at the New Yorker. Ho put on double  speed, and with that bary, raggod.wiro to  help to mako things unintolligiblo ho considered that ho was giving his associato a  very ardont ohaso to copy him.  Tho next day the worm turned, and tho  Now Yorker bognn to give Sherwood a  correct imitation of just how evilly an an-  gorod tolograph operator, assistod by a  bad oirouit, can Eond Morso across the  country. Tho matter came liko tho olatter  of musketry in battle, liko the janglo of  tin roofs torn up by cyclones, liko a nail  mill working overtime, but with vory  scant similarity to actuaJ commercial tolog-  raphy. Just onco in a long timo a por-  foot lottor was disinguishablo in tho rattlo  of tho rubbish of t sound, but Sherwood  was a haughty man and refused to'' broak"  (or interrupt) tho sender to ask what he  was trying to do , flo would catch as  much as "ITo���������y ���������on ���������oa���������o," and  guessing that, to bo "Homy Wilson,  Chicago," ho''wbuld bo pub to' tha  mental stress of imagining what kind  of a tologram Henry Wilson ought to  recoive that day. He mado an offort to  guoss as nearly as sanity would suggest,  but with such a broad latitude, not knowing who , Henry Wilton was or who was  his correspondent, or in what lino of business oither was, or, indeed, not boing oblo  to swoar that tho messago was for a man  named Honry Wilson, and nob for a woman named Hetty Thompson, you will por  oeive thati'Shorwood had a sovero time of  It. But ho tried to bo satisfied, despite tho  mental woar and toar. Ho know tho follow in Now York was in pretty hot water  too.  A man not oquipped with a rubbor arm  cannot keop up a speed of 45 or 50'words a  minuto and thon turn in nnd translnto  tho sputtorings of a crazy, loaky, swinging  line which is boing workod by an idiot in  New York without suffering. Ton days  of this kind of worry reducod Shorwood  from 193 to 138 pounds, and thon his  frionds took him in chargo, for ho was  wandoring around, town improcoting  against insolent donkoys in New York ond  driveling about Gxwyvzch and other combinations of letters. Thoy hired doctors  and kept him in a socludod, cool placo for  throo wcoks, by which timo ho was ablo to  move abroad again, and in a month ho was  in condition to resumo his telegraphic functions. Ho wont back to his old wiro and,  still rathor pale and shaky, started at his  day's work. He sent with deliberation  and firmness, however, ond was overjoyed  to noto whon it camo his turn to recoive  that tho sender was likowiso easy and firm  of touch, and thoro was scarcely any trouble from the workings of tho lino. After  a timo a pause camo, and the New Yorker  inquired: t  "Are you tho follow who was working  this lino five wcoks ago?"  Boing answered in tho oflirmativo, tho  man at a distanco continued: "Say, I've  just returned aftor boing nearly knocked  out by brain fever on account of trying to  keep up a fight with you. Whoro was it I  met you and how did you como to got a  grudgo against mo? . Whon did you know  me?"  "I didn't ever know you," chillily answered tho Chlcagoan. "I tried in a gon-  tlomanly way to got acquainted with yon,  but whon I asked your namo you got frosh  and said 'Rats,' and that mado mo hot of  courso."  Thero was a long "pause; thon, "Say,  this is too rich," tha brass dashed to  him. "This is a good thing. Horo you've  beon killing mo, thinking I had insulted  you, and I'vo boon trying to burn you  alive because I thought whon I told  you my namo flvo weeks ago you recognized it as that of some enomy. I believed  thon that when you heard my namo you,  being some follow who had got soro on mo  olsowhoro in tho country, started in to do  me."  "Well," said Shorwood ovor tho lino,  "what is your doggonod namo?"  "It's Rath. Understand? Mako that  last lofter h and not s. Seo? Four dots  and not throe. Ono of tho dots got loston  this bum wiro, and so you gob it an s.  Ain't that good? If you'll got somebody  in Chicago to kick* you I'll biro some ono  in Now York to <R> tho same for mo."���������  Chicago Record.  BESIDE THE   Fifi������ .  "Behold where in my grato thert ,|lows  Tho Miiifliino oi tlie ai?ea, *  And Hst with mo to men long dead���������  Heroes and bciiuts and sagesl  Long huriod light released for mo,  ��������� Long bur ied men mado living, ���������  And yet you uull me poor, who have  Such reason for thanksgiving!  Oh, rich am I, with books and Sre  And food for contemplation,  ' Since I posses the world and more  Thiough my im-i-jinationl  "-Mary Norton Bradford in Uoston Globe  THE  HINDOO  FAKIR'S GLOVES.  GB  The Old Editor Elan Tells a Story Too Old  to Bo Written.     . '  "Speaking of mind reading ond tolop-  athy and tho occult," said tho old editor  man,''reminds me of an evening I onoe  spent with an old friend of mine who was  onco a managing editor of Tho Herald. I  think ho held tho placo for two weens beforo ho was called to Europe and relieved.  "Ho had a man from India, a pure Hindoo, at tho house that night. Tho follow  was'young and hadn*ecoivod a first class  English education in Caloutto, but ho impressed 'mo somehow as being uncanny.  Ho had wonderful black eyes, in which  soomod to burn tho ilres of hell bouoath  tbe slcopy lids. t  "Woll, wo gob to talking about tho mar-  volous trioks of Indian fakirs,and of tho  plant growing trick and tho baskot triok,  and aftor awhilo this Hindoo���������his namo  was Guzmola, I think���������snid ho was glftod  with rathor extraordinary powors himsolf.  "Ho told us that ho would go out of tlio  room and lot us hido any object and he  would go straight to it as-soon as ho entered, blindfolded.  "Woti-iod it. Guzmnln loft tho room,  and wo hid tho whihky bottle behind somo  books in a bookcase. < Thon wo called him  and tied a handkeiehiof over his oyos.  "Without tho slightest hesitation he  wont straight to tho bookcaso, took out  ��������� some books and produced tho'bottle  "Wo tried him a scoro of times, and ho  novor failed to do tho trick. It was an extraordinary oxhibltion. ,  '"Tho Hindoo left boforo I did, but in a  fow minutes ho returned and said ho had  forgotton his glovos. Ho bogah looking  for thorn, and so did wo, bub we oouldn't  find thorn. Guzmala searched high and  low for tho glovos and ransacked tho  room, but at last had to go away without  thoin.  "The next morning they wero found  under ihe sofa.    That's all."    .  "It's a good story," said tho reporter.  "Did you over write it up?"  "No," said bho old editor man, "it is  too old. I'vo known that story for 15  yoars."  "I haven't," said the reporter. ��������� New  York World. ���������  The Benefit of Insularity. t  Protection from invasion is not moro  than half tho blessed service their insulating sea has dono tho English people, J. N.  Lamed points out in Tho Atlantic. It has  put n happy curb on groedy ambitions in  their kings and ministers, kept them for  nearly 500 years from aggressive continental wars, modoratod their share in tho  frictions, jonlousios, neighborhood .rivalries, dynastic ontanglomonts of European  politics. - By offect of this ib has turned  the onorgics of thoir ambition moro profitably to remoter fields of eommorco and  colonization. At the samo time, by shutting out many distractions, it has held  their moro coroful attention to domostio  -���������affairs. It has fostorod self roliance in the  national spirit, and unity of belief among  Englishmen in ono another. 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It is  mado into belts, pocketbooks, slippers and  other articlos of liko sorb, and Is of a delicate ornate toxturo, with curious interlao-  ings and imbrications showing how finely  tho original serpent was jacketed. Its oil  is vory costly ond has various usos and its  venom, still moro costly, is administered  in cases of scarlet fevor. Tho market rote  por ounce of tho rattlosnako'venom is not  precisoly given, but it is high up on the  Bohodulc, and that is probably one roason  why Hiram Skate of Pike county, Pa.,  wants to organize a rattlesnake trust to  regulato prices and control output. The  schomo is in harmony with current commercial tondonoies, and, as was said of  ono of the reptiles whiob hod swallowod a  frog too largo for its constitution, "thero  may ho something in it."���������New York'  Tribune.       The Quocn and Lady Millals.  It is related that whon Sir John Millals  foil ill the queon sent tho Princess Louiso  to tho dying man to inquire what favor  she could accord him that could alleviato  his sorrow, if not his pain. Sir John  thereupon colled for his writing tablet and  inscribed upon it the words, "I should  liko the queon to soo my wifo." Thon tho  queen broke through her iron rule not to  rocoivo any woman whoso marriago tie  bad boon onco dissolved���������whether thoro bo  blame or not���������graciously acceded to tho  requost and uccordod tho soroly tried ludy  o tondor and sympathotio Interview.���������St.  James Gazette.  Wonderful Waxmaking;.  Boos gorge tlwnisolves with honoy, thon  hang themselves up in festoons or curtains  to tho hivo and l oniain qulescont for hours.  Aftor a timo wax scalos appear, forced out  from tho wax pookots. Tho bcos romovo  theso scales with their natural foroops,  carry tho wax to tho mouth and chow it'  for a timo, thus changing it chcmioally.  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V'-J j-   .*   ��������������� SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.
Angninaldo Wants the Americans to
Leave the PMIipincs.
Manilla, Sept. 18.���The' Philipines
national assembly was inaugurated at
Malolos yesterday with great enthusiasm.   There were thousands of visitors
��� from all the provinces, and a great
display was made. General Aquinaldo,
at 9 o'clock in the morning, entered
the hall of the old convent, occupied
by the Spanish local government. It is
an extremely plain room adorned only
with some religious pictures. The insurgent leader was in evening ' dress,
according to the Spanish custom. The
others wore ordinary costumes. General Aguinaldo.'who was received with
cheers, and also with  cries   of   "Viva
. America-," by the crowd of natives   in-
��� side and outside the hall, and read a
decree convening the members! who
included several Spaniards. He next
read a message eulogizing the army
and thanking the friendly nation
which had set tho historical   example
��� of liberty, and had assisted a down
trodden race. Continuing General
Aguinaldo urgently and eloquently exhorted the   assembly   to   "follow   the
, I noblest principles," and, invoked the'
'spirits 'of martyred Filippinos.' The
assembly then adjourned in > the after"
noon, but a Pilippin'o objected and  ac,
, cused the Spaniard of attempting to
undermine the constitution. To this
the Spaniard replied that he was a
sincere republican and that his only
desire was the welfare of their country.
Thereupon  the   Pilippino   apologized
��� and the proceedings continued. During
the afternoon many Americans and
Europeans arrived and'General 'Aguinaldo was kept busy receiving visitors,
including the American consul.-
���-) The correspondent of tbe Associated
Press had a   private   interview   with
General Aguinaldo, who is extremely
unwilling to compromise himself with
the natives.   He said that a- majority
of the Filippinos has been struggling
for freedom for  years   and   centuries
and they now believe that   object  has
been attained.      General   Aguinaldo
professed entire ignorance of the autonomous systems in vogue in the   British colonies, of  protectorates   and   oj
tbe American  state   autonomy.     He
said he was unable to understand the
idea, and only   understood   "absolute
independence."     Personally,   hebe   -
lieved a protectorate for   the  "Philippines was necessary, but he feared that
fthe people would be  disappointed   in
this.   He had   not   studied   political
economy, and knew nothing about  the
various forms of government.     He inquired   whether   'Australia - was    an
,   American colony, and he said he .had
never heard of a   Malay  protectorate
Continuing, the insurgent leader said :
"There was no need of  protection   for
the   Philipine   islands,   because    tV
Philippine soldiers were able to   cope
'with any army."    He   admitted   that
he had never seen a foreign army, with
the exception of garrisons   at   Hongkong and Singapore, and he had .never
seen those treops on parade.     ~: -
. Aguinaldo declined to   discuss   the
American   army    and    protested his
undying gratitude to Americans.     He
��� said they had come to the Philippines
to fight the Spaniards only, and now
that thej had finished the task it was
expected that they would return to
America. Ho was unable to believe
that the Americans would demand a
reward for an act of humanity, and he
declined to admit the necessity of a
quid pro quo.
The Philippine leader exprossed his
confidence that the uiicwly.-found gov.
crnmeht would build a navy ultimately. In the 'meantime, lie said, the
great nations should aid And protect a
young nationjnstead of grabbing her
territory- If the Americans should refuse to withdraw the national assenr
bly, he said, must decide on the policy
to be pursued, a policy - which he de_
clined to forecast. Further conversa.
tion was prevented by the strains of a
brass band, but General Aguinaldo was
interviewed also by one Japanese and a
dozen Ann rican journalists. \ A Spaniard; supposed to be an officer, un-uni-
formed, traversed the town sneering at
and denouncing the principal Filippinos. On his resenting a friendly remonstrance he was arrested.
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Three Men'Lose Their Lives.
Revelstoke, B. C. Sept. 18.���A sad
drowning accido'nt occurred this morning iu the Columbia river, a few miles
north of Revelstoke, resulting in the
loss of three lives. It appears that fi ve
men with a boat loaded with provisions for the Games Creek Alining company, were going through the rapids,
when they lost control of their boat,
which capsized throwing the contents
and the men into the water. The
names of the men drowned are Raw-
linson, Doyle and Allan. The bodies
have not yet .been recovered. The
boat and freight are a complete loss.
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both railroad and steamboat connection that can
ship goods daily to ten diflerent towns, whereby the
shipper can see his wares'leave his hands and that    ,
they will be received by the consignee within'two '
Its Advantages as a Railroad Center.
Rosebery enjoys the position of king of the
funnell as it were, for the railroad business of the
whole of the Kootenays. c All ore and matter for
shipment from Nelson, Trail Creek and the Slocan ,.
must, and is now passing out this way to the main
line of the C. P. R., as well as all goods coming -'
in from Revelstoke to the" Kootenay country.
NOTE.    To substantiate this:    The C. P. R.
are now putting in track weigh scales at Rosebery,
' the first and only scales that has been put in^n 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.. ���
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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 ofl die steamer to a waiting ���
train and continue your journey.-0' You can take
either a north or south train at this terminus; consequently Rosebery is the best transient town in
���the race. Nevertheless we claim Slocan City
second in importance,, and would say watch the
head- and foot of Slocan Lake, viz.���     Sl -        ___    ,
Its Advantages as a Manufacturing,
"     *   Center.        >, :
As a manufacturing center Rosebery claims to
have demonstrated the fact that after the careful
observation of the Denver (Colorado) Ore Coy's
manager, as the natural advantages of all points in
Kootenay for the treatment of ores the cheapest,
Rosebery was selected, and they now arc erecting
works, with a capacity of 250 tons per day, which
will be in operation within 90 days; and it is their
intention to pay out monthly in the vicinity of
$100,000. I might also add Rosebery has the
largest water p'ower from Wilson river flowing into
Slocan Lake.
Rosebery claims the mildest climate on Slocan ���
Lake, from its admirable southern exposure and
absolute  shelter   from   the north; snow always
leaves the place about the 15th of March.
As a townsite, 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.
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bound to increase rapidly this summer. These
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We want a butcher shop.
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^              Uj\ 3  the Mroraa REVIEW.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.  MOUNTAIN  ECHOES.  The rairiy season appears to have  fully set in.  Now Denver is to have a system of  ���������water works in the spring.  Stein Bros, are opening a grocery  r   next door to their bake sliop.  Lemonade drinks are falling off this  weather and hot Scotch is coming in.  The C. P. R- is carrying- all goods for  the New Westminster sufferers free of  charge.  Martin and Cotton were re-elected  by acclamation on Monday last. This  is right. Any new ministry should be  given a fair trial.  Slocan City has neither a lawyer nor  a doctor. Its lawyer, Mr. Andrews.  has removed to Nelson, and Dr. Gibb  has gone oft* to get married.  Stop that Cough! Take warning. It  may lead to consumption. A 25c.  bottle of Shiloh's Cure may save your  life.   Sold at McQueen's Drug Store.  Clergymen are growing quite numerous in Sandon now. A brand-new  one appeared at the residence of Rev.  anil Mrs CleUnd on Sunday evening.  Karl's Clover Root Tea, for constipation its the best, and if alter using it  you don't say so, return the package  and get vour money. Sold at McQueen's Drng Store.  The loss in New Westminster is estimated at $2,500,000 , and the insurance $1,000,000. From picsent activity it will not be long befure the city  is as well built up as ever.  Chief Doolan has purchased the old  Portman house east ol _ the Review  office. With the gaol on'one side and  the chief's residence on the other, the  Review appears to be pretty well protected.  For Constipation take Karl's Clover  Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier.  Cures Headache, Nervousness, Eruptions on the skin, and makes the nead  elear as a bell. Sold at McQueen's  Drug Store.  Owing to a kick from some few small  stockholders in the St. Kevcrne the  proposed bonding has fallen through  for the present. There are some who  think they ought to get a million out  of every dollar they have in mining  stock.  The mountain tops around have put.  on a drees of white.  There is to be no more * stamp licking in the post office, so now "beware:"  The silver in the gravel on the  streets will probably assav from $3 to  ?G a ton. -*. *  D.J. Robertson is building a new  furniture store jum in Iront of his residence, to h.ive things convenient.  M. A. HiJl is taking a rest these  days, the first in a long while. He has  just finished h;s light ol way contract  for the Labt Chance tram.  BOyRIL,  ^-1  Manufacturers of the Most Compact and Complete  SORES HEALED.  Sores and ulcers of the worst kind  arc readily lieiiled by Burdock Blood  Bitters. Tike it internally and apply  it externally according to directions  and 6ee how quickly a cure will be  made.  Hall Boya.  Dull boys ofton  bocoiuo olever nnd successful men, but this is simply on needn't  of  the fact, that dull  bojs  nro only slow  boys, and  it takes  moro  time for tlirir  brains  to  grow  than  tho  others.    It   is  steady woik, ceaseless endeavor, that tolls.  Then, again, we forget  that a  bright boy  may be  handicapped   by other  qualities.  Ho inay not have ths physical strength or  energy of tho other, whilo tho dull boy is  curried forward by never failinir 011010'  nnd strength, for it is often hisUullm-ni. al  ni'liool that, makes the dull   boy'b fc.ubi.e-  quent sin.cess so conspicuous.   How ninny  dull   bo3-ihuvo  beconio Frill duller  nun,  ���������mil how many bright  boys still  br'"l'ti"*  men!    Like the old icpronch nljuul n.in  Liters' soiii, one brlj-hb boy tiiut turn,, <(ui  ill is  mndu  to Btc'inil for  the v. hole  (jlu.;t  nnd one dull boy that tunia outv.il! ('Ion  Acs his.whoie class.    Notwithstnnui:! : oi  our  inventions, nil'our pi ogress, (h., i.i.  Senpturo doctrine/ still  holds fjood���������IK*  moi) icap whuc they sow und c.iimot gtaii  cr grapes of thistles nor figs of thumb.    I:  can  be  set down, therefore, as  an   established rule that bright boys  generally do  turn out to ba bright  men and dull   boys  generally  do  turn  out to  be dull  mon.  This, you seo, elves tho  latter u chance,  which can  1>0 fortified  by declaring  that  good boys always turn out good men and  gonerally   sucoeBsful    men.���������New   York  Ledger.        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.  Food Specialists, Hospital Purveyors and Army and  Navy Contractors.  London, England, and Montreal.  .   GREAT MUSIC OFFER.  Send us the nameB and addresses of  three or more performers on the piano  or organ, together with ten cents in  silver or postage, and we will mail you  five pieces' full sheet music size, consisting of popular songs, waltzes,  marches, etc, arranged for the piano  and organ.   Address,  Chicago Book & News Co,  215-221 Wabash Ave.,    Chicago, 111.  M. L. Grimmett, ll. b.  i  Barkister,    Solicitob,    Notary  Pdplic, Etc.  Sandon,     B. C.  M.'������*',t.'*..%,,1.f'..������'.l"'I������,,r..M.IH.M.I������.rfM..������wn,IH.<M.������.l^1..H.  A  artyr to  Diarrhoea.  Tells of relief from suffering* tiy  Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild Strawberry.  The city council has given $50 to the  band fund. This insures a go. The  instruments, the b<>st to be had, will  be ordered at once, and as thero are  several old players in the town, we will  soon have one of the best bands in the  country.  Nearly $300 has i-><*en raised in aid  of the city band and some 1-1 pieces ot  the bust the country affords have been  ordered. Besides thrse there ar-i a  number of reed instruments, picolos,  which greatlj strengthen tin; strain*  ot brass ind silver instruments  Kislo has organized a strong Liberal-Conservative association with the  following member*: President, C. W.  McAnn ; vice presidents, Col Stone and  (!. W. M>rtin: sec-tr-iis, E. F. Stephenson ; executive committee, Messrs.  AlcoaII11 in. HcICenzie, Moor*, (Judy,  Hanna, Tuck.  'Cai.t.iiii <J II. W [hums, late cenci.i.  manngt r lor the Antoine Ir^n Ore Co.  and Kte unship owners, arrived in town  this week- It ia believed that lie is  engaged by some I.irgc London Co to  open up and work some Inrco silvrr-  lettd mines in the Siocau loc.ility. lie  is o.i������ of ti.i! ri,'iu -sort, and wo wis'-  him all good luck.  O. K. IT imuio'id ! as been unfortun  nte   wilh    his   hordes of  late,   lnuipg  Joit   live or six   oi them   in   .is rmiiij  weeks     The otner day  Mr. RiblH h n  one anil he tied it lo a tree  bv a (rail  It jumped  ovor tbe side ol the mountain   and   was  killed.    Another was  killed in the cattle guard on the K. &  S., just went of the crossing on Thursday.  When is the government going to  look after the Sandon lock-up. At  present the magistrate when he sent-  ' ences offenders has either to let them  loose to laugh at the law,or send them  to Kamloops or Nelson at heavy expense to the country. While the new  government has its hand on reforms,  here is one that requires prompt attention.  The Vancouver Province is eternally  prating about "Joe" Martin redeeming  pledges and making reforms. It ior-  gets altogether that any reforms made  are the joint action of Seinlin, Cotton,  Martin, etc. It never associates  the names of the first two in these  matters. Who will say, in the 'ace of  this, there was no need for the resolution of the Conservatives in the late  convention ?  Posters are out announcing an entertainment in the Virginia hall on  Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, in which  Miss Jean Terry, graduate of the New  York school of oratory and a pupil of  the Boston school of acting, will give a  varied programme of dramatic and  humorous recitals and selections in  the1 different dialects. ' She comes  highly recommended and should draw  a good house. She will be assisted by  local'talent.-    Admission 50 cents.  Little Pearl Warner gave a birthday  party on Tuesday to a number of her  young friends. The little tr.ts did the  usual honors on such occasions, and  all-enjoyed a pleasant time. Goldie  Warner and May Lyons served tea to  ��������� tbe young guests. 'Those present  were: Georgie Sterritt, Lotus Griffith,  Virginia and Josephine Riblet, Edith  Hawke, Alvira McMartin, Bessie and  Paiilirie/Lane, Myrtle Nicholls, Bessie  and Mafjorie Duffenbecker, Katie Day,  Baby Foliett and Herbie Cliffe.   "  We have been asked 'by friends of  both parties in these Lovatt wood  cases to say something about them;  but we feel the matter to be a delicate  one. There is no doubt but that the  public is getting tired of them, and  something ought to be done to bring  them to an end. It is a fact the wood  is of little value, and many a man  would" say to his neighbors, under such  circumstances, "Take all you want of  it" j.but:that is not the question. Mr.  Lovatt has'bought this wood; and if  he chooses to protect it, he is perfectly  justified in doing so. People who want  timber fro.n his premises should see  that' they make some amicable arrangement whereby they can get it,  and end this litigation, ,  THE KROOBOYS.  A. Sins-alar People and Tlielr Queer Method  of Face Decoration.  Between    Cape    Mcsurado   and   Cape  Pnlmas the Krooboys have thoir towns,  tho Littio Kru, the Sottra Kru, King Will's  Town and tho rest. A race apart, tho Lascars of the coast, the Krooboy for tho last  200 years has  been  in  intercourse with  men from Europe and still remains a worshiper of gods which, in  tho latitudes ot  Aberdcon, of Sundorland, tho Hartlepools  and  other regions where the true faith  reigns are not acooptcd. A healthy pagan,  tall, aotive, with musoles like a Hercules,  bead like a comio masque, speaking a sort  of "petit negro" or "Blaokman English,"  a jargon, oall 16 what you like, tbe ground  work of it oaths; Its face tattoood on either temple with a triangle, from which a  line of bluo, whloh starts below his hair,  runs down his nose, giving him whon ha  laughs a look of having two distinct faces.  The Krooboy ships for aoruiso, and then,  on his return to the five towns, reverts to  paganism,   a    merry    misbeliever    over  whose lifo no shadow of tho Galilean tragedy has passed and who therefore ships  aboard an English uhlp In tha firm expectation  of  returning home after   a   two  years' cruise to Invest his wages in the  purchase of more wives, 800 years of missionary labor having as yet proved in effectual to eradioate the natural polygamistio  tendencies   whioh   Providence,  who ono  supposes   acted after due consideration,  seems to have planted In the fiber of all  mankind   ezoept,   of   course,   ourselves.  Strong, tall, a coward, animistio to the  eore and cnllod indifferently "Jaok Beef,"  "Sam Coffeo" or "Small Fish," the Krooboy is  a man  apart, and for the test of  moral worth our Christian navigators put  a bale weighing; two. hundredweight upon  his head, and if he oarrioa it safe through  the surf he is engaged.���������Saturday KevteTO.  There are many people martyrs to  bowol complaints who would find Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry a.  wonderful blessing to them. It not only  checks the dinr-huca but soothes aud heals  the inflamed and in Hi* ted bowel, bo that  permanent relief is obtained.  Mrs. Andrew .Jackson, Houghton. Ont,'  sends the following letter: " For the  past two or three  years I.have b".an a  martyr to that dreadful disease diarrhoea.  I tried overy remedy  I heard of and spent  1 a good deal of money  ;trying to got emed  but all failed until  I happened to road  ������f a lady who was  cured by using Dr.  JtTowlpr's Extiart of  I puiohaspd a bottle  taking it according to  directions and was cuied in a vory short  time. I cannot praise the remedy too  highly for what it did for mo "  New  Dressmaking  Shop.  MRS. E. NAUYACKS, 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.,  a  t.  Wild Strawberry,  and commenced  CURE ALL YOUR PAINS WITH  & a     wna u    a ���������*.������ B B ^ a 11  f*3 A Medicine Chost In Itself.  jgj    Simple, Safo and Quick Curo for  1 CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, ������j  I COLDS, RHEUMATISM, ������5  NEURALGIA. M  25 and 56 cent Bottles.      p  ffl BEWARE OF IMITATIONS- ||  ^ BUY ONLY THE QENUINC.S  \ PERRY DAVIS' ^  Having opened business in the  premises opposite the Clifton house, I  am prepared to do all kinds of Boot  and Shoe Making and Repairing in the  latest and neatest style.  A trial order solicited. Satisfaction  guaranteed.  NO ORDER TOO SMALL  - , ANB NONE TOO LARGE.  \oUIS, THE SHOEMAKER.  Louis Hupperten.  THE....  SANDON, B. C.  Strictly First-class.  Furnished Rooms.  'M.I,k.M.,������k.������W,������������������l.������'%*S.������,.,"UM.I"l.M.li*i������*.P'v.*M������J,lj'W"*������,������.."V^'  Bruce White.  N. J. Cavanaugh.  From now, till after New  Years we shall have  s  arriving every  -  few weeks.  The latest addition to my stock is RINQS���������plain, and set with PEARLS  OPALS,  DIAMONDS, <;tc-    These are selected specially/or;-  and children.    This is the largest assortment yet shown in Sandon.  JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN.  AND OTHER INVESTMENTS.  Every Representation Guaranteed.  WHITE & CAVANAUGH  "Manufacturers of and dealers  -   in Rougli and Dressed Lumber a specialty.  Estimates furnished.  Contractors and Builders.  *C5BNTS.���������Hook business Is better than for  yeaihpast; alio have bettor and fn������tor i-oll-  intr books. Agents clearins from $10,000 to  ���������S 10,000 weekly. X few leaders are: "Queen  Victoria," "Life ol Mr. Gladstone," 'My  MothPr'K Bible Stories," 'Progressive Speaker," "Klondyke Gold Fields," "Woman,"  "Gllmptes of Hie Unseen," Brenkiast, Dinner  niulSupper," "Canada: an Kncyclopedla."  Books on time. Outfit', free to canvassers.  THE BRADLEY-GARBJS'JSON CO., Limited,  Toionto.  OFFICE AND MILL, CODY, B. C.  f  HOME WORK ^  ^  %ir.  FAMILIES.  We want a number of families to do  work for us tit home, whole or spare  time. The work wo send our workers  Is quickly and easily done, and returned by parcel pout as finished. Good  money made at home. For particulars  ready to commence send name and  addreis. TIIE STANDARD SUPPLY  CO., Dept. B., Loudon, Ont.  ���������Jr=Jr=n=5r.  J  SANDON, B. C  I. O.O. F.  Silver City Lodge, No. 39, meets every Friday evening.at 7.30 o'cloek.ln Crawford's hall.  M. L. GRIMMETT, N. G. >  ���������   N. J. G ARBUTT, V. G.  A. HAKLOW, Rec. Sec , -    ,  All sojourning brothers cerdlally invited  to attend. ,  AGENTS.���������"The best LUe ol Her M������lesty,I  have seen," writes Lord Lome about "Queen  Victoria." Agents mako Ave dollars dally.  Outfit free. BRADLEY-GARRISON CO..  Limited, Toronto.        ,'  iBS������T.,nrr.  m  BIRTHS.  Ci/ciiAND���������At tne Manse on Sunday,  the 38th inst., Hi'*- wife of Rev. J.  A. Clel.iml, of a son.  Wilson���������At New Denver on Sunday,  the 18th inst., the wife of M. A.  Wilson, of a daughter.  FOR OVER FJl'Tl TEAKS.  Mis. Wluslow-'s Sootliln-r Syrup has been  utedby millions 01 mothers ior their children  while teethiiifr. If disturbed at night and  bioken of your rest by a sick child, sutlenng  andcryine with p.nn of euttins teelh. Send  it once and got a*boltlo <.t"JIrs. Winslow's  Poothing Syiup" for children teething. It  will relieve the poor little sufferer immedtat-  ly. Depend upon it, mother.-., there is no  mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates  the stomach and bowels, cures Wind Colic,  softens the gums and reduces Inflammation,  and gives tone and energy to the system.  "Mis.Winblow'sSoothiugSyrup" for children  teething is pleasant to the taste and is the  prescription ol one of the oldest and best  lemale pbymeians and nurses in the United  States. Price twenty-llvo cents a bottle.  S������ld by all druggists throughout the -world.  Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winalow'B Soothing  Syrup."  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Shoeswap Mineral Claim, situate In the glo-  eau Mining Division of West ICootenay  District. Where located: On west side of  Cody creek, tbree-quartors of 11 mile from  Carpenter creek, and one-half mile north  eastoi Freedle Lee.  Take notice that T, J. M. It. Falrbairn, of  IC-.slo, B. C, acting as agent for Patrick S.  Bryne, Free Miner's Oflificnfe, No. tfr'IGA,  Intend, sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  ol Improvements, lor the purpose ol obtaining a Crown Grant of the ubove claim.  And lurther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commeneed before tho  Issuance ol suoli Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this21st dny orSeptember, 180S.  J. M. R. FATRBAIRX.  " For over eleven years I suffered  terribly with Dyspepsia and tried everything I could think of, but got no relief  until I started using Bui dock Blood  Bitters. ��������� I had only taken one bottle  when I commenced to feel better, and  after taking five or six bottles was  entirely well, and have been so ever  since. I feel as if B. B. B. had saved  my life." Mrs. T. G. Joyce, Stanhope,  Que.  B. B. B. cures Biliousness, Sick  Headache, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Coated Tongue,  Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Kidney  Disease, and makes the blood  rich, red and pure. It is a highly  concentrated vegetable compound.  One teaspoonful is  the dose for adults;  10 to 30 drops for  children. Add the  water yourself.  to  IS  We are offering better values' than ever for cash.  In our Gioceiy Department, we have just rsceived a car  from Montreal���������new (resh goods.  In our Dry Goods Department, we are opening up new  fall goods���������Ladies' and-Children's Underwear, Woollen Hose.  New patterns in Outing Flannels at right prices.  '  Come in and sec us.  *     HUNTER BROS.  il)  Application for Liquor License,  jSTOTICE 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 hie premised,  situate on Keco Avenue in the City of  Sandon.  W. J. FRASER.  Sandon, August 2Gth, 1898.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Deloralne and BouldT Xo. 2 Minoral Claims,  situate in the Slocan Mining Division ol  West Kootenay District.   Where located:  On west fork of Cody creek, one-hali mile  Irom Noonday Mine.  Take notice that I,  J. M. Ii. Falrbairn, ol  Kaslo,   B.C..  acting as a^i-ni, lor  P.   Hums,  Free Miner's Certificate No.lG05A,i ntond sixtv  days Irom the date  hereof,  to  apply  to   the  Mining Recorder Tor a Cert ificate ol Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before tbe  Issuance ol suchCertiflcato of Improvements.  Dated th Is 11th day of August, 1D0S.  J.' M. B. FAIRBAIRN, P. L. S.  Xaoma andAllgash Mineral Claims situate In  the Slocan Mining Division of West Koot-  otenay  District.     Where located.   about  two andono-lmlf milesupCurpentor creek  Irom Cody.  Take notice Hint T, W. A.  Bauer, agent for  B. O. Gold Triml, |freo Miner's Certificate No.  '42Ki')A,  intend,  sixty  days  irom   the  date  heroof, to apply to I he Mining Recorder lor' a  Certiflcatsol'Imnrovemcnlts, for the purpose  ofobtaining a  Orowa   Grant of the  above  claims.  And furlhci*take notice that action, undT  Seclion37, must be commenced bflo'v i*ie  issuunceof such Certificate oflijaprovements  Dated this 30th day of August, 1898.  Vf   A. BAUER, P. L. S.  HOME RULE MINERAL CLAIM.  /  Situate  in  the  Slocan   Mining Division  of  AVestKootenaj District-   Where located :  About two milesabevo Cody and adjoining the Greenhorn Mineral Claim on the  north east.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Martin L. Grimmett  as agent ior Michael McAndrews.Free Miner's  Certificate, Xo,230t' A, intend sixty days Irom  date hereol, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements lor   the  purpose ofobtaining a Crown Grant on1 the  above'claim. I  And lurther tike notice that, action, under  Sections", must be commenced before the  issuancs of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of July, 1898.  -,  M. L. GRIMMETT.  A new and splendid assortment of seasonable materials for all kinds of garments now  on hand. ;������  Do Not Forget  ������ur Motto*-*"  A   FIT   WE   GUARANTEE.  fits we guarantee  matter   of imuch  write for the book  My little book, "THREE CLASSES OF MEN,".sent  sealed free, upon request. It tells of my thirty years'  practice and success in treating DRAINS, LOSSES, IM-  POTENCY, VARICOCELE and UNDEVELOPMENT  by nature's own gift to man���������ELECTRICITY. My  Electric Belt with Supporting Suspensory is known the  world over.' Drop in and consult me free of charge, ������r  to-day.    Address  DR. R..SAHDEN, 156 St. James Street, Montreal, Que,  \ In addition  to perfect  perfect  workmanship,   a  moment in this day of close competition.  Our prices the lowest.  KOOTENAI'S TAILORS.  WHEN IN SANbON STOP AT THE  ������  W. McCabe, Esq., Maniging Director  North American Life Assurance Co., Toronto, Ont.  Dear Sir: ,  Of the three options at my disposal in regard to my matured 15-year invetsti-  ment 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 $2,500, and in addition returns me all my payments with compound interest added, ut a rate within a very small fraction of  5 per cent. I can only remark that my expectations have, been more than  realized, and that the whole transaction from beginning to end has been of tho  most satisfactory character. Yours truly,  31. A. Pynb, Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, Toronto.  Por rates and full particulars apply to ��������� j  S. G. FAULKNER, Provincial Manager, Vancouver,  ts.  SANDON, B. C.  Headquarters for Mining  , and Commercial Men.  Hates $2.50 to $4.00 per day.  K. 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