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Array J  ��������� ��������������������������� '������������������,���������.������������������ .���������������������������:.���������������������������"������������������.'���������-'��������� ��������� .'.7^:  VOL. 4.���������NO. 1(5.  SANDON, B. C, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900.  r$2.00 PER YEAR.  II  IV:  \W  Poker On a Big Scale.  A pretty stiff game of draw poker v.*as  played at Sandon, B. C, one night in  November, 1898, according to the statements made by J. M. Harris- in his answer to a suit begun against him by S.M.  Babcock, says the Spokane Chronicle,  Id appears from Mr. Harris' statements  that, he lost about $14,000 in the little  game of draw. He further makes the  sensational declaration that L. E. Hauk,  S. T. Arthur and L.Peterson conspired  against him in the game, and by means  of holdouts, marked cards and other devices, he was cheated and defrauded in  what he supposed was a straight game.'  After the game was over he says the  three conspirators divided the spoils  won from him.  Recently S. M. Babcock began  a suit  against'J;' M. Harris to recover $1,950 on  ���������   Mr. Harris' note.   The latter now'states  that he gave the note in question to L.  E. Hauk, for money lost at gambling. It  was claimed that! Hank transferred the  note to S. T.Arthur, arid the latter, sold  it to Babcock^   Mr. Harris denies this  ���������statement, and further sets up  that sis*  the  note   was   taken   in  a   fraudulent  transaction he should not be compelled  to pay it.  Some of the sensational paragraphs in  '; the answer read as follows:  "That at: Sandon, British Columbia,  in  the month, of November,- jus*, prior  to the execution of said note, the said  '., L.7E. Hauk and the same S. T. Arthur  . .mentioned, insaid complaint and one L.  E.'Peterson,made and .entered  into a  conspiracy to defraud and cheat this defendant   by   inveighling and  engaging  said defendant in  a gambling game, it  .being at the pame time agreed-between  the Baid L. E. Hauk, S. T. Arthur and  L. Peterson that they would play in said  game against the said defendant, in collusion with each other, ;so. that said defendant-would have no chance of winning in  satd game, and  that   all   the  money won in said game, would  be divided equally* among the said L.E.Hauk,  S. T. Arthur and L. Peterson,     *     *  and   that   the  defendant   was   wholly  ignorant of said conspiracy and collusion  and supposed that.he was engaged' in a |  , fair game and had a fair chanee in said  game for his money, said game being a,  game of draw poker, when in truth and  in fact the said L; E. Hauk, S. T. Arthur  and  L. Peterson, in  pursuance of said  agreement between them     *   *   did in  : same game play  with ' each other;, the  said Ii. E; Hauk being an expert card  sharp and capable of dealinir any hand  he might desire to anyone by  means of  hold-outs, marked cards and other devices used in cheating and defrauding in  card playing. '    \  :���������" "That in said game of draw poker, the  defendant lost a large sum of' money,.to  wit: about $14,000..-, ,        '     '  ��������� "That to make good said' sum of if.14,-  000 the defendant paid to the said L. E.  Hauk the sum of about .$2,500 ia money  and transferred to the said L. E. Hauk  6,000 shares of stock in the Reco Gold  Mining & Milling Company, and in addition to ...said money and said stock,  executed and delivered to the said'L. E.  Hauk several promissory notes for the'  balance of the money.    * =       .  "That the said conspirators, L.' E.  Hauk, S. T. Arthur and L Peterson, in  pursuance, of said conspiracy to cheat  and defraud this defendant,, after the  termination of said game and the transfer of said stock and the execution of  said notes, and the payment of said  money, divided the same among themselves."  McDonald Bros, will be able in two  weeks' time to move into their new hotel.  J. M. Harris; will' soon .have' work  started on a stable nearly back of his  hotel.  The Catholic church will soon be completed, all the outside capenter work is  finished.  G. W. Grimmest will most likely  erect a suitable store on the Sproat property shortly.  < Hunter-Kendrick brick block will take  some time to finish. It will then be a  handsome structure.  '. The Burns block, ur>der Folliott & McMillan's direction, will certainly be an  up-to-date meat market.  Mr. Harris has erected a very commodious sample room for the Reco just  across the lane from the hotel.  .'Chas. Lambert has a contract for the  ���������McQueen-Taylor one-story block which  will probably be commenced next week.  Mr. Fallows is building an addition  and woodshed at the McDonald residence  on Sunnyside, which he recently bought.  Work on the Miners' Union hall is still  progressing rapidly. The main portion  is up and the outside work has been  commenced.  It is understood ���������Geigericli and Byers  will build on the K. & S. property opposite the C. P. R. depot, in the spring, if  wot this fall. '.  Cliffe & Co., and. Harry Nash, both  using one wall, have commenced .the  erection of a block 48 feet frontage and  60,feet of depth; two stories high; on'the  K. & S. property, across the street from  the C. P. R. depot. Mr. Nash -will use  the first, floor of his 18-foot frontage as a  hardware store and work shop, and the  upstairs as a residence. Mr. Cliffe will  use lhe front30 feet of hie first story as a  bookstore, the back 30 feet for a printing  oflice, and the upstairs as a society hall  or for. private rooms as may be arranged  for later. ���������>  fllNES AND HININQ.  PURELY PERSONAL,  Ma/or Pitts is expected home any day  now.  ���������P. J. Hickey was in Nelson this week  on buiiness.  Maik Manley, of Slocin, spent Wed-  nesdaf in Sandon.  A. David paid some of the Slocan  points a visit for a few days.  Rev. Menzies, of Kaslo, passed through  here'ch Monday last, on a trip to the  coa6t.'  J. A. Whittier and wife returned to  Sandon, after a lonu absence! on "Tuesday hst. \  Mr. St. Denis, book-keeper of the Nakusp saw mill, was in the city this week  on business. \  Mrs. W.J. Pierson left onjTuesday  for a winter's visit to St. Marie, Ont.,  her old home. ',  Chief Stubbs returned Monday from  hia trip to New Westminster. E-Ie says  Red Paddy, in the asylum theie, is no  better. ' |  Miss McGillivray and Miss Morrison,  who were stopping at the Denve* House  for some time, went to Portlaiil, Ore.,  on Tuesday, |  Geo. W. Cross, representing tie Bur-  rard Lumber Co., of New Westn'inster,  spent a few days here working lip the  lumber trade.  Two head officials of ���������;��������� the Don in ion  Express Co., Geo. Ford, of Wiihipeg,  and W. S. Stout, of Toronto, were'n the  city this week.  City Council.  No End to Building.  Mrs. Egan has built an addition to  her hotel.  The outside frame work of the school  house is Hearing completion.  Folliott & McMillan are considering  building a block Of modern style.  The Arthabasca. mine is adopting the  cyanide process.  Mr. Warner has two more cars of ore  ready at the Mountain Con.  Mr. Gauty and boiv are working a  promising claim near Bailey's.  Mr. Donnelly may let,a contract next  month on his claims near Sandon.  Since the late strike oh the Ruth property there is much more activity afc the  mine.. ���������'*���������'���������-���������  For the week ending 27th- September,  the, Whitewater 'mine shipped 251J������  tons of,ore.  .,' ���������";,'.".  . There are eleven men now at work on  the Monilor, arid the force is shortly to  be increased. ;  The: Highlander, mine at Ainsworth  has one tunnel! in 1050 teet,' and they  hope to strike the vein at a depth of 300  feet more.  * Sandon ore shipments this week were:  Payne, 264; Last Chance, 97; Ruth,. 17;  Slocan Star 210; Trade Dollar, 20* Total  518 tons.'  The St. Keverne has quit work for tbe  winter, and nothing will be done until  spring.' It is prooable that another  effort will be made to open it up next  year. If present plans mature, the property will be sold to an assessable company, and,an assessment of one cent per  share levied this winter.;  '���������Rosie," Walmsley's bear, gave up  the ghost yesterday, presumably by the  poison route.  Serenaded by the Band.  Mr. Tnttrie and bride reached home  [on Wednesday;, and yesterday evening  thev were serenaded by the brass band.  As happy as the band were on going,  they were, equally so their return, as  they were the recipients of an "X" from  Mr. Tattrie's cheerful hand. Mrs. Tat-  trie will be quite an addition to Sandon  society.  Word Versus Work.  Sir Wilfrid Launer-in 1896 plldged  himself to seek mutual preferential Irade  with Great Britain. He has no'tilorie  anything to fulfill his pledjro, and his  government lias done everything it iald  to throw ridicule upon the idea of bre-  ferential trade. I  .Sir Wilfrid Laurier in 1896 pledjed  himself to reduce the taxes, curtail the  expenditure and lessen the debt, ilis  government has added ten naillions|to  the taxes, eight millions to the expenditure, and seven millions to the debt. \,  Sir Wilfrid Laurier in 1896 pledgld  himself to take a plebiscite on the question of prohibiting the liquor trade, aril  to act on the verdict. The plebiscite  gave a majority for prohibition of 13,00i,  a majority greater than that by whieSi  he holds power,-but he would not act oi  the yerdict, and did not introduce thV  prohibition bill.   ' -.',-��������� '' '\  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, by his acquies  ceni'e in the proposals of Mr. Lister, M.  P., for the further strengthening, of the  Independence of Parliament Act condemned the practice of appointing members of the House of Commons to places  in the gift of the government. Mr. Ellis,  ,M. P., who ,was a week ago raised to the  Senate, was the fifteenth member of  Parliament given a place by the Laurier  government.  Sij Wilfrid Laurier, during and before  1896,' condemned corruption and jobbery  in public life. Every year of his government has been marked by a corrupt  deal br, a job, some of them the dirtiest |  and /meanest' in the history of the  courtry. ,'���������.'������������������>���������  Si| Wilfrid Laurier in 1896, promised  Canjda a business government. He  gavea government that paid $2,000,000  mpnfor the construction of the Crow's  Nest! Railway than the company had  offerd to do the work for, a government  thatkmceived the Yukon Railway deal,  thatibronght about the imposition of  discrminating duties on Canadian grain  in (irmany, that burked the fast At-  lanti mail service arrani-ement, and  gave-the country the present ten-day  voyite service, that drew out the "husi-  ne'aais business" letter a? a. code of  po!i|cal morals, and inflicted on the  couiry the shame of,.the emergency  ratios scandal. It is time to turn the  hunjnigs down.���������Montreal Gazette. ���������  A regular meeting.of the city council  was held on Monday evening, Sept.,24th*  Present.: Acting-Mayor Buckley, Aldermen Hunter, Crawford, McDonald and  Atherton.  Minutes of last meeting were read and  adopted.  .A communication was received from  E. L. Bond, of Montreal, acknowledging  receipt of $450, interest on debentures.  A communication was read'from F. R.  Glover, city clerk of New Westminster,  inviting the council to the Industrial  Exhibition to be held in that city on  October 2nd to 5th inclusive.  A communication, was read from the  Deputy Attorney-General, stating that  owing to the absence of the Lieut. ������������������Gov-  ernor, a comply with the council's request, re municipal election, could not  be given until the return of the Lieut.-  Governor. .  The communications,were: fyled, and  the clerk requested to make a suitable  reply to each.  Moved by' Aid. Hunter, seconded by  Aid. Atherton���������-That the City Solicitor  communicate with Mr. Sproat and  others re back taxes, and if not paid, to  enter'suit for action.���������Carried.  Moved by Aid. Hunter, seconded by  Aid. Crawford���������That the clerk be instructed to communicate with the Attorney-General to take no further action  re Sandon municipal election 'until further advised;���������Carried.  Acting-Mayor Buckley appointed the  whole council to look after a suitable site  for the erection of a city building, and  report at next meeting. The council  then adjourned until  Friday, Sept. 28.  From Far and Near.  An unknown woman was killed in  Vancouver on -Monday b>- being run  over by a bicycle ridden by one Black-  more, who has been.arrested. ���������  Mike King, boxer of Rossiand. knocked out Early, of New York, in the third  round at Rossiand on Monday night.  The Nakusp sawmill is selling a great  lot of lumber this year in Sandon, and  Kaslo, Nelson, Slocan and Vernon  are making big shipments alt-b.  The Tribune opposes a labor-candidate  in this Commons constituency, as it says  a third party at Ottawa is useless. It .  probably, by this tim'e, concludes third  party Houston is useless at Victoria,, and  is giving advice from actual knowledge.  The Nelson Tiibune says that economies in smelting now overcome the increased cost in mining consequent  upon the operation of the eight-hour  law. A.few months ago, however, the  Tribune used to argue there was no, increased cost of mining by this same law.  iWhen the Tribune forgets itself, itsome-  times tells the truth. -.'..''..    ���������'������������������..  A PURE GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER  Highest Honors, World's Fair-  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid Baking: Powdors containing-  alum.   They are injurious to health Vk  li;  r  k  iv  ' Floriculture.,  LEGEND   OF  WHITE   \NABCISSUS.  In laoe" and linen and-'"silken'slippers  And sheen of satin they.dressed the  bride,  r-With'a gossamer veil, and a wreath of  blossoms  To crown her  beauty,  the day she  died.  .With rich perfumes of the rose and  lily  They combed and plaited her locks  ,  of gold,  And under the  tree  where once she  tryated  They hid her down in   the    frozen  mold.  With sun    and shadow    and    balmy  breezea  Came the spring to hor place of rest,  And a slender blade like an emerald  arrow  Lifted the'clooids above her breast.  Crystal dews of tho purple twilight,  Silver rains of the morning eloud,  Coaxed the'stem from its leafy shelter,  Drew'  the'   bud    from, its    folded  shroud.  Pale and pure", as a pearl  of  ocean  It slipped  t-ho  green   of  its   dainty  sheath,  Deep in its heart a hint of yellow  From the braided .tresses  that lay  'beneath.  So  it      was  botn,   the    bride's    fair |  daughter���������  The  white narcissus that  buds and  blows,  Sweet  and starry  in silent  places,  Over the grave of the winter snows.  ABOUT THE PRETTY CARNATION.  ��������� Do you know the meaning of the  name of what many people consider  the prettiest flowor that grows? Tho  word'carnation.'.means flesh color; not  the pinkish yellow, commonly understood by that name, but the tints employed by porLrail painters in representing faces. The carnations on a  paletto include all the reds and pinks  and creams and whites, with their intermediate tones, tending to red, yellow and while.  It will thus be seen how appropriate is the name, as applied to a group  of flowers whose pelals display all the  reds, pinks, yellows and whites, as  they are seen in the human face.," We  may have pinkish white, and whitish  red, cream white and yellow; white,  whitish yellow and pinkish yellow, all  shown in the carnation family, and all  veritable flesh tints.  The word carnation, as understood  by florists, means a double pink, thai;  is, a pink having an excessive num-  . ber of petals. The pink, in its natural  state, has five petals, ten stamens and  two pistils. Through rich culture the  stamens have developed into petals.  By a similar process all thee numberless varieties of double roses that  we have to-day wore evolved from the  wild rose, with five, petals, and ii  great number of stamens'. Many of  our favorite flowers have reached  their present stage largely . through  the agency of man.    ���������  The old botanists told us that a  double flower is a monstrosity, and  that a true naturalist prefers a blossom in its'wild state. The new bota-  nints are telling us something quite  different.1 They say that all flowers  are the result of development, and  that man's agency must be taken into account, as well as any other  factor. According to this view,  double flowers and modern varieties  have a rightful place in any system  of  natural history.  , We all know what is meant by. tbe  color named pink; it is a red, lightened with white. There are as many  shades of pink as there are of red<and  these range from one almost as dark  ao garnet to one almost white, with  the ��������� faintest roseate tinge. Yet,  when we think of the flowor "pink,"  we know that it ia not necessarily  pink in color; it may be a red pink,  a yellow pink or a white pink.  Still,, there is a reason for the color,  I pink, having thfl name of the flower.  Lpink. Tho , old-fashioned. - clove-pint,  such as we used to see in ourgramj-  molhers' gardens, have five pelalj.  This species is taken as tho type |>f  tho pink gonus. '< All varieties of pink  are placed under tho head of Dianthu'.  This generic namo for (ho pink family means, literally, "flowor ot Jove,!  or "flower of the gods. From vcrj  early times, the whole tribe has beer,  admired for its beauty and fragrance  CURATIVE QUALITIES OF COMMOr.  PLANTS. !  It is not  a generally, accepted  fac(  that nearly all the plants grown havi-  ! ful manner. If you havo rm-asles thoio  is nothing to equal a decoction of  marigolds, whilo the pain of a bee-  sling can be lomovod by rubbing a  fresh  flower  to the painful spot.  Lavender makes tho hair grow, it  cures sprains and stiff joints; aud a  littio oil of lavender will cure giddiness and palpitation.  The primrose is useful as well as  ornamental. If you make an infusion  "of primroaea you have as good a cure  as any doctor can give, you for headache, hysteria or sleeplessness.  No garden thould be without an  apple tree. A poultice of rotten apples  will cuire sore  eyes.    If you  eat  some   cuirative virtue, but such is th������ ! a few good apples every nay you will  case. And if the avuirago man would  only appreciate this statement at its  full value he would give the pre'fer;  ence to the plants which are certaiii  to ou;ro ailments if .treated properly,  as it costs no mo-ro to raise a medicinal plant than one purely ornamental.  Take, for instance, the beautiful sunflower. If ycu get the leaves and  stems and sttep them in brandy, yoii  have a tinclr.ro which has all the vu-  tues of quinine.' 'A small : quuntitj  will brace you, up and give you a ra-  enous appette. A larger quantity  will cure your neuralgia, or allay your  fever, if yoi happen to be suffer ing  from typhoid. The sweet-smelling  verbena makes an 'infusion which is  a finocur< for soro throat; and it  will alsoprjvent your hair falling off.  Fennel, wlieh we grow in kitchen  gardens tc flavor s.uices, makes a  man stroiir, gives him coinage, and  adds a dozin years to his life.  Ferns htve: many curative qualities. If y>u aro wanting in common  sense the haidenhair fern will give it  to'you, .aid it has been known to  make idiits into sensible men. Maidenhair fe'ii tea is a splendid cure for  a cold. ..nd the tincture makes one's  hair groy luxuriantly.  You an easily glow a blackberry  bush inyour garden, and from its  leaves aid fruit many useful medicines cat; be .made. If you eat the  young ihools they will harden, your  gums, if you make a decocLiou of the  leaves you have a cure for whooping  cough.1 For an ordinary, sore throat,  nothiig ia better than blackberry jam.  And t you boil tho leaves in strong  lye y>u get ii liquid which will dye  your hair  h beautiful  glossy    black. ,  The cowslip can bo very easily  culthated. It looks pretty, and it is  very, useful. If you cannot ���������';.sleep,  take somo of the powdered riot aiid;  it will" send you into the,' soundest ;.  slumber. If you want to ��������� do'. some ;  mountain climbing, and don't ; feel j  your nerves up to the mark, boil the  roots in ale and take a few draughts j  of it. You can then stand on a|  masthead without a tremor.   , ,  i j  Camomile is worth cultivating . tor j  the sake of its pleasant and refresh-.j  ing odor. But.it is also a valuable;  No finer    stimul- j  be;ouxe to escape the gout.; And if  you are inclinodto have wartsaraw  apple rubbed on them will very quickly remove them. '  WITH KNIVES  TKIierllirn   I'<>ii':!il Hit;   Hugi:   Oilopu-i  unit  *i :vt'il I'lirlr l.i >'"������.  ���������While attending their,shrimp hots  off Cilifoiniia City recently, Ah Leo,  Quong Wah and Jim SingJ Chineso  fishermen, were attacked by an octo-  pusj which battled fiercely uutil  oveir 15 feet of his tentacle* had been,  hacked to pieces by the fishermen's  knives. When the fish had disappeared beneath the water it was  found that Quang Wah had sustained a fracture of his arm and several  crushed x-ibs as tho result of the fight,  whilo his companions .had no more  serious injuries than painful cuts and'  bruises, i While the 'men, wore arranging nets a lo������i������* curling arm came  over tho side and seized the body of  Wah. Grasping the thwarts of tho  boat he vainly attempted to loosen, the grasp of tho monster. His  companions, paralyzed with horror,  wore helpless to aid him, until curling  over' the boat another serpentine  arm glided toward them. Drawing  their knives, they slashed desperately at the tentacle that had wrapped  itself a rourn'd one of tho seats and  threatened to capsize the boat. In  a fow.momenU the sharp knives  hud done the v. ,rk and th'e arm of  tho octopus .squiinied helplessly in.  tho bottom of the boat, an/I the fish  disappeared. This is the second time  fishermen havo been attaciked by  iu   tlii -������  biy. -v  MEN"3 BEARDS  s-ii .��������� <:��������� u: t:iv in  ;*.......<.*< Tint'*.  ������*<>o<l  '1.-:'.- .     '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'A ;cuRB.''';;--!.:--., ;���������������������������.;';���������; '���������"  '.; A groat  ma-ny earnest, thinkers of  a nervous temperament fall into the  habit  of  scowliug     whan   they   read,  1 write','or; talk seriously.'  ': This*1'causes  two .little. '-���������' perpendicular"! lines    to  plough iru between. the eyes'; and ages  the: face  10 years.! -It is, a habit al-.  most impossible to correct,; once form--  ed, as.,.:it is  done unconsciously  by a'  great, many  young, people. "; ; Even, in  sleep  their .br'OWB  will; be drawn! together in.  this malicious little frown  that is'the.'aider audabsttor.'oC age!  A bright situ.cl Lous youag woman, still: devil  fish  in  hoi*   t.weutiei,     found   herself   the,!   '  victim" of,, this scowl,   which chad  al- j- ," ���������  '  .ready-made bwo^fine hair lines in' hor J .-;���������   .;' ,.   ',;,,,  white brow.    vShe set herself to_ work I wcrc'V$iiiij'-Krt<i':i.  to cure th.e habit by setting) her mir- I, ��������� '���������" ...    "    ' ������t-.se������w  roi*  before   her  face   when  she. read, j    ;In  the'  tinie of  Queen   Elizabeth'a'  ���������wrote!1' or studied.  -But, as' this\dis- '.tax ,!was   placedupon "men's, beards.';  taicted her attention f rom. her work :j In the first year of -her reign; p.-tax'  'was imposed of .about 85 ceats. on every, beard above a fortaight's. growth.  The .law,  however,' was never'enfprc-  '.ed, .'and  so it  l.-ipied.. '���������   I'm ' France ���������  a  tax .m  be-aid.s  was  imposed  and "enforced,arid it is -said that /from it a  handsome      revenue.     was-, derived.  Peter . the" Great  of  Russia -also imposed a tax upon beards; a copeck to  bo paid by peasants 'arid, laborers, and  100  rubles' by  t-.!i.-ise,!o������ a> higher  station  in ��������� life.-- "   -So  strongly   was.������his  .Russian antibeard law'resented that'  ���������in mare,  than ,one,.case, it  led- to .the,-  spilling' of .-blood.'-     Officers were stationed at th?. 'city gates with swords,,'  and   if  any  beard, wearer   refused  to.  pay  tho l.n x h?.  wn's at once submitted   to  the    ordeal   o������,   a .gratuitous ,  shaving.-  she., .filially "/fastened" a ribbon band  tightly acu'-osi-j hor brow, tying it in'.'  a kiuot at the back'of*he.r head, and |  at night she. (dept in the 'band. After,-.!  several mcnt'liB ��������� the little ' hair lines]  disappeared from her pretty forehead^ .:  aawl sih'e. i? quite cured of 'the-disfig- f  uriixg habit., /A^'sanboth, white, un- j  corrugated browi> ono of the- great- .;  est, ^ittractloris ,in a' wo-miiit-'s face, ���������  wliile. a iweimiturely ���������' furro-wed aad -j  wiriuklod' brow raars the beauty and I  youth of  the fairest  features.     : , '��������� ''���������-.  GONDOLAS.  Ve.uclian   gonxlolas  are  now  by   olectaic   ototors.  driven  SufTerad Terribly with a Voiiant Form of Itching, Protruding Pllos���������'  Escaped a Dangerous and Painful Operation, and Waa  Thoroughly Cured by   i  iWhila 'scores of thousands of people  medicinal remedy.  ant can be found for a languid stdm   ; '   ,~T     ,,       . ,., .   . ������������������������������������.���������  ,......  ,     , T, ��������������������������� , i : m all walks of life aro being outred of  ach than,camomile tea. If y^^^themtoiesanddiscomfortsbfitdiins  a tincture with spirits of wine it. w,l..^^ by uaing.Dr- Chase'S'Ointment,  cure your neuralgia, while an mfusios ; oon!^aratlvely ������aw are so considerate  is an excellent thing to give irritabl.; o������ the welfare of others as to h'elp to  and restless children. ! make known this wonderful propara-  Coltsfoot, with its pleasant smell, ^ tion. The following letter from a-Meth-  a euro for astliraa. You oan make c ; odist minister, who is held in hjgh es-  into cigarettes or fill your pipe will teem in central Ontario, whore ho is  it and it will'give you instant relief. *i ^������11 ^amrn, represents the experience  ���������.I. uuu ii. <><. ^ btvu juu i .-of very many  ministers   and  others  The lovely lily of tho valley lias tb | who reoognize in Dr. Chase's Ointment  curious power  of strengthening    tts '<��������� t*w only actual cure f*or pilea and itch-  memory.    It     also   strengthens    th ,  heart, and to a splendid thing to ,tali ;  ing Bkin disoaees.  Rov. S. A. Duprau,, Motihtodist' tmnr-  later, Conseoon, Prince Edward County, Ont., states;���������"I was troubled with  tnstiing aivd bleeding piles few years  end ttvej' ultimately attained to a very  ���������jdolont fonr*. Large lumps or aboea-  oaa tormed, so tittat It was with groat)  Mlfiaaltr and Aonsiderrable pain that  before going on a long cycle ridi.  And if you make a snuff of the driu  fiowers it  will cure  the  worst  heac  ache. .��������� ,i ���������   .  TIia  fratrrant  marigold,  much   us<i   pju������������������*i.jr ������^- "T"-.���������~ZT"j.if, _L_  o/tL^ntinent for flavoring sou,   ^ **&������&& 2?������S.  is a splendid   thing  for  consumptia. i ������r.  .      Ji     ������_.*  ������   o.v.^   ������itfi������    ���������, ������n  It also raises one's spirits in a wonde-  gfed Uttta  faith in it^ aa I had tried rariocua r&-'  mediea befotro and to no purpoae. :..  "Now, imagine how- gTeab and Joyous  wao my safprise to find tliat just th������;  one box oured mJe, so thjat the l*amp3  disappeared.. and aLso. tihle external \  swelling. Ifeol like a differont man  to>-day and IhJave not the leiiat doubt  that Dr. Chase's' Ointm-ent saved me  from a very, dangerous and painfull'  operation and many years of suffering. Ib is with, the greatest pleasur*  and with a thankful heart that I  give this testimonial, knowing that  Dr. Chase's Omtanent has -dona  eo much for me. You are at'  perfect Liberty to use tibia testimonial  aa you see fit for the benefit of other*  similarly   afflicted."  No physician car druggiart would  think fee a mxMnejit of .recommending  any other - preparation than Dr.  ChaBo'o Ointment aa a tvuxa fox pilaa..  It , in the only remondy whioh haa  never yet been known to foil to ours  piles <rf any fanm, 80 cents a box, at!  ail dealetm or Edmejuvr-rt, B&toa &Qo^'  .  :-/.-a-'  \ " (  ;���������'��������� -'!  i   .!���������  J.   K  if  IV  th  v I  i . i  -1 -\ ���������  11.  V  <������������������ \  I -I  H  }i  i  "'[)  .(���������1  1 I  7 ,!.  /'!  -1 i  ���������i I FLASFIES OF FUN.  Mrs.   Brown    moved  away  bi-aauso  , .our neighborhood watched everything  she   did.       Well ? -    And Mrs.   Jones  moved   away   because  she   didn't  got  atloulkin   enough.  fl    Ho���������0!     yes.       J   h-ivu     heard   him  sing.    J  admire  him   very  much.  She  ���������Really, you don't mean  it 1      Why,  his voico is awful.      Ho���������It  isn't  hii  hinging   1 admire-  it's  his   ni-rvp.  I  love  tho  mm   who's always  late  Although ho makes me have to. wait;  THE HOOPSKIRT.  Sl'llie.-   '.If.  .1*I.'I!!.V   ������������V  .-mil      <oll^VfIl:iI  ' A 'strong movoni&nt is again being  .made in'-favor "of! reviving the wear |  of the odious hoopsktrt, indircefc'-eon-  "trast to the present clinging^,style  of'diross. It is to be-,hoped 'that .'.as  omphalic arid' pi-o-uipti.'a protect will  be ������������������ mad o a gainst the fash fori as t he re  was',-��������� 'several., years ago, : when;, Mrs.  Arthurl', Staiuidrd's , ,VJohn! Strange  Winteir,"    crusade,   against  its adop  Yos,* thoue-h- hn ',:������.c'(���������=,''' -       ������������������   "."', \'yvux}&F<      crusade,   against  its adop-  ,   ,'   g^h   ho   costs..me.timo.. and J-tion^ugnt. 72,000,3ighers,! including  Oik- nil- |)i,. -(J, lr,���������n���������.|. n'ir   ������!i<-  1Viniii.|,  <>r iii������ ,<'iiai.(iii..  Ho gives me grounds to prai.su myself.  She���������AVhal a fitting token of married life is tho wedding ring. Holt is. Airing has no ond; and it also  has no beginning. JJt ifi absolutely  without variety, and is much easier  put  on  than  taken off.  Uncle - Jabez���������Oh,' no!    everybody  ���������ain't   l.'iughin'    at   Ruben   for   buyin'  the green goods.      He  wishes everybody     was.       Uncle    Hiram���������  How's  that?      Unclo Jabez���������Well,   his  wife  ���������ain't.  The Doctor���������Above nil things, madam, your husband muitn't worry,  Pefrhaps j'ou'd better not show him  my bill just now.      But I did, Doctor,  and it didn't make any difference. He rj]_ ^ bviha ^ iha cjuarini-,, < who  said he- knew he couldn't pay/ it any- ,lTO la������>s(_ nunVM.ous in Southern Bra-  way* zil,  a.nd  extend  into    Paraguay  and  ten-lit    dull  out   in     tho country    Tj.rugu.iy; the, nwu speak one language  Timmins Dull?        We had   three   ^  thp ww>man another..      A  travel-  hundred people on ,our porches and w ^jic> v-toile,d thl, lowil f)f CurugUaty.  grounds Sunday afternoon. Three ^ pJK1^IV] ,r,?,IKn.t(Mi that there the  hundred? Yos; two billoons cams w<>mMl ^^ nothing buL lhe Guar-  down in  our  bi'ok  yard. , ;uly 1;ingu;lge, am[ ,men uso only Gudr.  You ought   not   to  bs so  ha,rd   on    any Ln     ,..indllg   to    thanl)     wJlaroua  Rudolph, papa, said Miss Kiltish.'Ho !  really   is  a vory   smart   young   man.  What  is    smart    about  him?    asked  papa.      Ho says   that  ho  thoroughly  understands   (he  currency   question.  That Chinese student says he enjoys, tho life of George Washington  mcurc than auj* other biographic work.  Yos. Ho just remarked to me that  he- regarded the story about a man's  ���������not '��������� being'���������"'.able to tell a lie as a  masterpiece  of  mendacity.  I  tolrl   him you  were as hone.st  as  the day was long.     What- did. he say ?  asked Senator Sorghum.      He merely '  ,remarked   that ha guessed  I must  to  j, women from every walk; in!1 life, from  Duchesses   to dairy  maids. ;i  Lady   Je-iine,     with .strict, impart)- ..  ality.'had something to say both'! for |  and against  the aka'ix't. ,.  She defend-'  ed its wear c.n: thefground that' it-sup-'  'parted     the!    weight-;:of  heavy 'dross  skirts ..." and' petticoats; , and,... foi*.:.-.a  second '  reason^   that 'it- .was  unique,  namely,/ that, "it .would,"at  least., do i  away,  .with, .spiurile-legged,, f lir-niture  aiid sweep the drawing room.,clear of  a multitude of foolish, fragile knick-  iknack^''.'^,^.^. .'''���������'  -.  ; :V;  ".'. ������������������'".; "'������������������  ;!!.,:--���������! ,t;*WO LANGUAGES:- ���������'������������������   '������������������ "���������'  among 1, themselves ',, the.' men 'always  speak; iu the- Spauvish language;- -The  ���������j reaisc-h. of ,'���������this, he proceeds to say,  i wvis tihat., thtt' Spainiaajdis who found-  J ed buruguaty: married .'Indian wives,  .j-wihiO ooiiutinue'd, to'-spank theia* native  j language, and taught'' it, to the/iir chil-  j daie.n., ���������Whereas! -^the-.'.-meri. preserved.  I the. SpLiaisih....language among -them-,  'salves tihi-oughl pride of .race.  MAKING PATHS STREETS SAFE.  ������'Iiihim-   Oil   rii'.-ijs :nv   rt.-i?-i-r-<]   .-in<i  Hip  .ISHIi larj, v.ii%f Jl.-i ���������. <��������� s:'in>.  It will not be tho fa,ult of M. Le-  1 pino the most energetic and resourceful of  prefects of polica, if our capital does not ceaso to deserve its reputation for buing one of the most dangerous  in   liurope to  move about  in.  It is  beyond the power- of M. Lopine  to make even tolerable whips oi Parisian   drivers   or  to   cure   the   native  Jehu' of  his  homicidal   instincts,  but  by wise regulation of the traffic ihe  prefect  is doing all  he can  to  lessen  the risks to which pedestrains are ex-  1 posod.    Ho has also taken in hand the  cleansing of the boulevards of tbe disreputable  and  dangerous    characters  that infest  them after dark. '  The new traffic regulations form a  most! voluminous    decree,  containing  several  hundred'clauses.    The major-  1 ity relate   of course, lo proscriptions  that have long been in'force, but there  are  a number  of  important  and excellent, innovations.    That'   execrable  vehicle,   the   haquet,  for   example,   is  no  longer   to  be   tolerated  in   Paris.  The haquet is a species of dray  that  is  popularly  supposed  to   havo    been  invented by  Pascal, but  in any  case]  is   the   most abominable   contrivance  tat ever ran on two wheels. Preposterously long, fitted on one side with a  sort of  capstan for cording its   load  of casks, .and most awkward to drive,  I the haquets  were a perpetual  source  [of accidents, and  their disappearance  will bo hailed with exultation. Other  of   the .   worst    terrors  of -, Parisian  streets are the butchers' carts and tho  milk carts. Though among,the largest;  and heaviest Of two'wheeled vehicles,  they are almost invariably well horsed  and it is the custom) of their drivers  .to'career through the town at breakneck speed.    It is so common for them  to run over people that thoy are popularly    known     as ',' the-    crushers  I  Mill mli  i  is ''Rheumatism of the back.  The cause is Uric Acid  in the blood. -If-'the' kid  neys did thnir work there  would be no Uric Acid and  no Lumbago. Make the  kidneys do their work. Tho  sure, positive and only  cure for Lumbago is     '  NEVER WEARIED.  ISiisy  ,Wooil ;><'<'!fi!p...i" Sfon?   . .l-ti'iiy  Acorns for Winter Esilln*;.  1 lid  YOUTHFUL  ANARCHIST  SINS.  ASSAS-  Ho squi'rrel works harder at his  pinenut harvest than the carpenter  woodpeckers in autumn at their harvest, says John Muir, the well-known  n-'ituralist, drilling boles in the  thick, corky bark of the yellow pine  and - incense cedar, in w-bioh to store  the crop for winter use. A hole for  each acoirn so nicely Mjusted as to  tho size that when the acorn, point  foremost, is driven in, it fits so well  that it cannot be drawn out without  digging around it. Each acorn is  thus carefully stored in a dry bin,  perfectly protected from tho weather,  a" most 'laborious method  of stowing  ���������      ���������      ,,,, T i        ������������������ i away a crop, a granary for each ker-  Henceforth, those Juggernaut cars are , ^  '   ^^^  ,i...  to be compelled to carry a large n.um  I .uc unvcia b<j justice, wnereas, in  Italy   has   been    the   birthplace    of , p.ist, after making a victim, they  lost  Of   the   A tin ff.'lvio'-a   ,..I,^������.. ~ I ���������    ���������  bor, clearly painted in black on a  white ground, on both their sides and  on their back. In this way it will bo  possible to identify them and to bring  the'drivers to justice, whereas, in the  al-  tias a    x'scdliar  capricious,  you  have up,around     ..  ���������.,.u.^ uuul ,  v,  "wu-'uiuuD'Hiiiiiimjis     oy  their  don't last nwrc-thun n minute or two. J deeds, and  the culprits have all been  Bwi.k-p.r  _''.t;������v������-.w. ' i.-....'���������.. "���������������������������'     ' young men. ' Casorio, who. stabbed the  French   President     was just   over 20  years of age ; Goli, who shot the Span-  I ish  Premier   was 2G; Lucchesi,    \vho  j stabbed   the   Austrian    Bmpress   two  I years ago, with a file set in a wooden  handle, waa '35; and Ithe m-.urderer of  nel. Yet tbey never seem to' weary  of tho work, but go on so diligently  thoy seem determined that every  aoorn in the grove shall bo saved.  They a.re never seen eating acorns' at  tihe time they are storing them,'and  it is'commonly believed that they nev-  JBeaker ���������' Tippins  memory. It is so  know. Ilollis.���������Capricious .' In what  way ? Beaker���������Well, youteo, he never forgets that. 1 am one of tho fellows ho borrows from, but he inevi-  IowkJio borrows from, but he inevitably , fails' to remember'to iiicludo  mo among those whom he pays.  " u  ���������  FLOATING   EXHIBITIONS. ,  Germany conquers  markets by  her ,       HQW  KNr(JHTS ARE   jrADE_  floating exhibitions,'   which are sent j  all over the world.   A steamer is char-I     The  ceremonies   at the  creation  of  terod  by   a    syndicate ot  merchants,   a ku'ffht have beon various; the prin-  furnished  as  iin exhibition of    their|cil?al  wcro   a boLf  on   the  ear   and  a  stroke with'a sword on the shoulder.  diking about some of iho38 ,iays\hoy ' most of the Anarchists whose name   I S a������Ur -T^* ? ^'^ ^ al" ' or '* Cf,Tonl*>- telie^ that the  the Arctic circle that ' have   been   made  infamos     bv  tZTr ! T      1QVariab'y   sot away.    Another . ���������  ���������t   them or intend  to  oat  them,  ���������hun ������ ���������ii,ute or U-0. j fleedS, and  the ^X���������      , t������l I ^ ������f '������*������"��������� P-vidos that af-   JMW   tho  wise   biixU   store  and  tei   next   October   no    advertisement ��������� PL������lcGt  them solely  for   the sake  of  carts are to bo allowed in tho streets. ; th������ Wl������irms they are bupposod to- con-  M. Lepine has been equally well ad- j taia*      And because those  worms are  vised in turning his attention to the 1 to������    sni:l11 for    uso    at tho time  tho  scandalous state of things  that have ! aoaras    drop   they  are shut   up   like  beon   allowed  too  long  to  prevail  at i loaix    c-alvos    and    steers  each  in  a  night on tho boulevards. Loudon has ' -^Paj-ate    stall     with  abundance    of  its Piccadilly, but Paris has its Boule- j foo'd *-������*6rowi big and fat by the timo  vard  Monternarti-o,   and  if  one  is    a ,' ilh^  *viu *>e most wanted, that is in  little worse  than lhe other it is un-! w������aU-*r-  w-hen  insects aro source  and  doubtedly  the latter, swarming as it | stalI-fcd   worms   most   valuable,  has   beon   wo'nt to do not  only  with ���������'     So theso  woodpeckers are sunoosod  women of bad character, but with ruf-I ^  bo a sort   of  cattlo  raisers    each  fians of the most dangerous and  in- I with,  a drove  of   thousands    ri'vilin.tr  famous type.    Twice in the course of! W"> ants  that  raise  grain  and 'keeni  the  past  few nights  the  police  havo | h������rds of  plant   lice   for   milch  cows    '  raided.this thoroughfare and also the i-fl?e,dl*fB tosay. the story is mat truo'  the King of Italy has reached his 31st  year. The 'miscreant yvho shot at the  Prince of Wales in Brussels was only  15-  goods, and! dispatched frpih port to  port! ^Representatives of the firm go  ashore and secluiro orders. Thoy speak  tho langaiago of the country well, distribute samples and catalogues, and  so further the interests of the firms.  Thoy. report to headquarters, and  , commercial travelers follow, in their  wake, Besides these exhibitions thero  aro export associations which maintain bazaars for showing, thoir wares.  The blow with the-naked fist was in  use among the ancient Normans. It  was! afterward changed into a blow  with the flat of tho sword on the  shoulderr of the knight, and this ceremony is still in use.  KISSING UNKNOWN IN JAPAN.  Kissing is almost unknown iu Japan. A mother never kisses hor child,  a   lover   never kisses   his sweetheart.  Never tlhin> any portion of timo  too short'to .be employed.���������Lord Chesterfield.  Captain, asked ono of the passengers as tho excursion steamer started .back-from .the other side of the  lake, haven't we too many people on  board far safety ? Madam, replied  the captain, with a fine sense  of humor,  as: we came over with' this morning.  One hundred of our passengers got  married .here. ' They aro going back  as  fifty, And     ho   winked   at   the  i purser.  portion of tho boulevard in the immediate neighbourhood of the opera.  On each occasion they made a rich  haul, and. if they repeat the operation with sufficient frequency it may  become possible to. traverse the center  of Paris after midnight without the  certainty of being molested, and the  risk of being robbed,and knifed.  _   .....Mua uven  ooiieve'-  it. Whon. 'Emerson was in the park,  having heard the worm story-'and  seen, the great pines plugged full of  acorns, he asked; "Why do the wood-  There is no denying it,.' said'..the  goiitlo optimist.      Men gut  better as  thoy grow older.    I don't know about  that,  answered  Mr.   Blykins  shortly.  , But statistics show that most of the  ! ��������� e^,flU"ly "' many ! arirai,uk "^t'���������'   "re  less   than   25  years ot age. AVell, that don't no-  ces.sa\rily prove that men got better,  It,may merely demortstrat'e that they  get smarter and are not so >easily  caught.  squirrels nuts."      "But they tell me,  Mr. Muir, tihat woodpeokers don't eat  acorns."      "Yes,  they do," I.'said, "I-  nave seen  them eating them.      During snowstorms they seem too.it little besides acorns.     1 have repeatedly  interrupted  them'at  their meals and  seen  the   perfectly  sound,   half-eaten  acorns.      Thoy pat them in  tho shell  us some' people eat eggs." "But what  about     the  worms?"    "1 suppose," I  said,   "that     when  thoy come   to    a  wormy, one  they eat  both worm and  acorn.      Anyhow, they eat tho sound  ones  when   they can't  find  anything  they   like  batter, and   from tho  time  I they store  them until   they are used  ! tlhoy    guard   them,  and   woo   to   the  squirrel   or  jay caught  stealing."  (������? LI.  fT  THE MINING REVIEW*���������Saturday,  September 29,   1900.  I  Tlie Mining Review.  ) lickxsk  Atrnioia.si.N-a an  kxtka-I'ko-  V1NC1AL COMPANY TO CAKKY  ON  JJL'^IXJCHS.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900.  THE PAYSTREAK LAST WEEK:  "Reports have been published in the  Nelson Miner, the Spokesman-Review  and the Sandon Mining Review^ of outrages cnmmitted by union miners 011  ' non-union men in Sandon lecently. The  reports are untrue."        .,  No one but a contemptible cur who  cannot believe a word he niys himselt,  would write that way. Here is just  what the Mixing Review did say :  "The other evening a miner, a foreigner, was brutally assaulted in one of the  city saloons, by a number of parties who  do the principal part of their work that  way. Warrants have been issued for  their arrest, but they have lied to the  hills. However, warrants keep, and  these ofienders will yet either have to  face the music, or give this place a wide  berth. This kind of thing might pass  in the Coeur d' Alenes, but it will never  do in a British possession, and the sooner such parties learn this the better for  themselves and their purses."  Anyone who can read English will  note we did not 'even say the assaulting  was committed by miners at all, much  less that it was done by,union men. To  make himself a "hell of a smart fellow"  with the union men, and to discredit the  Revibw, he had to make a lie out of  whole cloth. What does any fair minded man think of manufacture of this  order?  "COMl'AN'IKS  ACI.lS'l".  We are not sure the chief arguments  now employed by 'the Conseivatives  against Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his associates are the strongest or most commendable ones that can be employed.  There is no doubt that Sir Wilfrid lias  not in oflice can led out his opposition  pledges. In oflice he is met at every  angle with broken pledges, but this  alone is rot evidence the Conservatives  should be entrusted with oflice. It appears to us, the Conservatives could be  better employed than in fault rinding  and comparing the Grit of one day  with the Grit of another. What the  people, want is improvement in government; that is better results for the same  expenditure, or equally good results for  the same expenditure and satisfactory  legislation to meet, the growing requirements of the country. The clergyman,  'who can give his hearers nothing better  than proof that Satan is a bad spirit,  cannot hope to make much headway;  and for the same, reason, the politician  who has nothing better for the country  than that his oppouent has not carried  out'his pledges, when given a chance to  do so, is not making substantial ground.  Let the Conservatives show the country  how' the next five years, if given a trial,  they will make improvements "on. the  past five years, and ; then they place  something substantial before the electors���������something to arrest the attention  of.their comparing powers.  K.,C. Clute, of Toronto, D.J. Miinn  ; of New Westminster, representing the  canneries, and Ralph Smith, representing tbe labor interests of the country,  have been appointed a commission to  enquire into the whole Chinese question  in thisprovinee. There are some who  plead, with much force, the servant girl  1; queston; .but this does not alter, the  situation.. It is true there is much difficulty in getting domestics in this country; but under a proper arrangement  there should be no difficulty in importing them. Imported or allowed to enter  the country under any circumstances,  CANADA:  I'HOVINCK OI* JllllTIS'I COLUMUIA  No. 1'.'2.  THIS IB TO CEKTIKV that the "Condor Claims,  Limited," it, authorised anil  licensed   t<> I  curry on buslines within the Province of iSri-1  tish Col 11111 bin, ami to carry oulor euVct all or,I  miv of the objects of the ''omnany to which the  ejjisiatlve authority of the Legislature 01 Jin-  tish Columbia extends  The head olllce ofthe Company is situate in  ICiiKland.  The iiiuouut of capital ofthe Company is ������20,-  001), divided into ���������2t},<j00 shares of ������1 each.  The heart olllce of the Compiiiiy in this, Province is.situate at New Denver,and Win Henry  Sandiford, Minini; Kuglnecr, whose address is  New Deliver aforesaid, i.s the attorney for the  Company.  Uiven under my hand and seal of olllce nt  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  I Ith day of September, one thousand nine hundred.  [L.S.] S   Y. WOOTTOW,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies  The following are the objects for which tho  Company has been established:���������  (a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and  work any lauds, mines, mining or mineral  claims, mining rights, grants, concessions,  leases, easements, or interests in landi, waters,  mines, minerals, mining or mineral ela m.������,  mining rights and oihor hereditament!* in JJii-  tish Columbia or elsowhere and any property,  real or personal, movable or immovable, for  purposes incidental thereto, or to any other  objects of the Company:  (b.) To prospect and search for, get, win,work  and raise, either within the area aforesaid, or  elsewhere, copper or other ores, metals, minerals or substances, and to carry on the business  of miners, millers, smelters, and workers of uiiy  processes m the production, reduction and  making merchantable of ores, minerals,metals,  metallic product-, suppliers of water, merchants and manufacturers and workers of any  minerals, metals, articles, and things used in  connection wilh mining, milling, sine, ting,and  other processes aforesaid, or any of them:  (a.) To scaich fo** mines and minerals, and to  acquire and grant licenses and other rights and  privileges for tbe purposes of, or in respect of,  the search for or winning and gelling of copper or other ores, metals or minerals:  (d.) To purchase, take on lea-e, or in exchange, hire or otherwise acquire any real or  personal property, live or deadstock", or any  easements, rights, privileges or concessions, or  any interest theiein, necessary or convenient  for the Company's business, or for developing  or utilizing any of ihe Company's property.aud  to explore, work and develop ihe same:  (e.) To acquire, erect, construct, or hire and  maintain and work, any buildings, Dlaut, engines, machinery, llxtures, millB, roads, railways, tramways, canals, creeks, shafts, ditches,  or other works which may be necessary or ad-  Oxford Stoves are tlie  Best Heaters.  If you want a fuel-saver, put-  chase one of our Oxford Stoves or  Ranges, ' which will burn either  wood or coal. We have a nice  assortment for sale cheap. Call  and see them.  J.  W.  BALMAIN,  Civil   Engineer,   Architect,  P. O. liox 170.  SANDON, HKIT1SH COLUMBIA.  Etc.  . S. DlCKWKY  Sandon, B, C.  H. T. TwiGC  Xew Denver, B. C.  DREWRY  & TW1GQ  Dominion and 1'roviueial Land Surveyors.  Civil and Mining Engineers.  Uedfoid i: McNeil Code.  HARRY NASH.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  Donaldson's Old Stand.  the Chinaman becomes a menace to  white labor in this or any other country.  If he spent as much.money in supplies  or personal support as" the man of other  nationalities spends, he would.of course,  in this respect be asi serviceable to the  country as any man, but here is where  the trouble commences. He will take  lower wages than men of other nations  for the reason he knows he is going to  spend less, and finally take his accumulation with him to China again. There  is rio way of changing his methods or  intentions, so there is no way of removing' his damaging consequences except  through absolute exclusion/ We hope  the Federal government will speedily  come to this same conclusion.    :  indicates insufficient nourish,  ment. It leads to nervousness,  sleeplessness, general, debility,-and predisposes to Consumption and other prevailing diseases. To guard  against these take  the Standard remedy for  all wasting diseases in young  or old. It improves digestion, gives flesh, strength,  vigor   and  resistive   power.  50c. and $1.00, all drugjrUM,  SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Torouto.  vioable   for   tho  purpose.''   of   the   Company,  whether on land of the Company or not:  (f.) To undertake and carry into effect all  -such linaneial, commercial, trading, or other  operations or business in connection with the  object.1- of the Company hb the Company may  think lit:  (ii ) To acquire any inventions capable of be-  iiijjt used for any purpose connected with any  of the businesi-es or operations of the Company, 01 the license or right to use the same,  and to acquire or cause to be applied for and  obtained, any letters patent or concessions or  pilvileges of an analogous character, whether  Uritish or foreign, in respect of any such inventions, and to grant and issue licenses for  tne uso of any such invention or invontions,  upon such term<( and conditions as may be  considered expedient:  (h ) To amalgamate with any other company  having objects altogether or in part similar to  the objects ol this Company, or to acquire and  undertake the whole or any part of the business, properties and liabilities of any person or  company currying on any business which this  Company is authorised to carry on, or possessed of pioperty suitable for tha purpoie of this  Company.  (i.) To pay for any property or business purchased or otherwise acquired in shares (to be  treated as either wholly or partly paid up), or  debentures or debenture stock of the Com puny,  or in money, or partly iu shares or dobcntuies  or debenture stock, aud partly in money; and  to accept iu payment for any part or lor the  whole of the property of the Company, sold 01  otherwise disposed of, shares, bonds or debentures or any othei company or companies:  (j.) To improve, manage, develop, let or sell,  or ocher'vi.'-e dispose 01, charge or ileal with, 111  liny man ne rwhatsocvor,Hllur tiny part or parts  of ihe property of tho Company, or any rights  or easements 111 or over the same:  " (k.) To acquire by original subscription or  otherwise, and to hold and sell, or otherwise  dispose of, shares, stock, debentures, or debenture stock, or any interest iu the revenues or  prolits bf any company, 'corporation, partnership, or person carrying oil any business capable of being conducted so as directly or indirectly to benelit'this Company, audi upon any  return of capital, distribution*, of assets, or division of prolits. to distribute such shares,  stock, debentures, or debenture stock among  the members of ihis Company in kind:  (1.) To borrow or raise money for the purposes of the Company, and to execute and issue  bonds or debentures, or debenture stock, to  bearer or otherwise, mortgages nud other instruments for securing the repayment thereof,  or for any other purpose, with or without  charge upon all or any of ihe property 01 the  Company or ils uncalled capital, and upon  such terms as to priority or otherwise as the  Company shall think lit:  (m.) To establish or. promote, or concur in  establishing or promoting,'any other company  whose object shall include,the' acquisition and  taking over of all or,any part of the property,  assets or. liabilities of this Company, or shall  be In any manner calculated to enhance,-either  diieetly or indirectly, the interests of the Company, and to acquire and hold shares, stock, or  securities of,,or guarantee the payment of any  securities issued by, or any other obligations of  aiivsuch empany:  (n.) To lend, invest, and deal with the moneys of the company not immediately required,  upon such securities, or without security, and  iu such manner as from time to time may be  determined:  (0.) To make, accept, indorse, and execute  promissory notes, bills of exchange, and other  negotiable instruments:   ���������   . ���������   . <���������  (p.) To apply for, obtain, accept, adopt, and  carry Into efl'eet, any Acts of l'urliameiit, provisional orders, concessions, contracts, grants,  decrees, powers or privileges, which may be  deemed necessary or desirable for facilitating  the objects, or any ofthe objects of the Company:  (q.) To procure the Company to be registered,  or incorporated, or otherwise-domiciled, represented, or recognised in British Columbia,  or iu any other place where it may be necessary or expedient so to do:  (r.) To hold in the nauics of others any property which the Company is authorised,to acquire, and to carry on or to do any of the businesses uud acts and thiuns aforesaid, either as  principal or agent, and either by the agency  of or as agents or trustees for others:  (s ) To pay all expenses of and incident to the  formation of the Company, and to remunerate  aud make donations tby cash or other assets or"  by tho allotment of fully or partly paid shares,  or in any other manner) to any person or persons for services rendered or to be rendered, in  introducing any property or business to lhe  Company, or iu placing or assisting to place  any shares, debentures or other securities of  tho Company, or for any other reason which  the Company may think proper:  it.) To execute and do generally all such  ler things as the Company may at any time  consider conducive to the carrying out or attainment of the above objects, or any of thein.  M. L. GRIMMETT, JJL,. B.  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary  Public, Etc.   ,  Sandon, British Columbia.  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. K. AN'D A. M,  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 p. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  TIIO-5. BBOW.V, Sec'y.  The Denver House  oooo  Headquarters for Travelling Men and  Miner*..  The Table is first class.  The Bar is always stocked by the best  Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  The Rooms are all that can be desired  for comfort.  NELSON & CO., Proprietors.  YOU  AreGo Ing  ToBuMl  See C. K. SKALES,  THE EXPERT PAPERHANGER  Who will give., you., .close figures  on Painting, Taperhaiigiiig and  Signs. We are quick at the  busines-���������up-to-date mechanics in  every way.'  Established 1858.  M. R. Smith & Co.  nannfacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  biscuits m raraoim  VICTORIA, B.C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  J. A. HARRIS  Painter,  Paperhanger,  Decorator.  We do the Finest Work in the city, just  . give  us   a   trial.  '.    ..  SANDON, B. C.  ���������?  tf  .a  ���������f  i,  ;i THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, September 29, 1900.  Diamond Drill Work.  In reference to the scheme now being  considered by the Minister of Mines for  the exploration of the .metalliferous  country of the Kootenays by the aid of a  government diamond drill, Mr. H. E.  Neave, M.E., suggestor of the proposal,  supplies the following figures: The cost  of a plant to bore 1,200 feet would be  about .$5,000, but the cost of working  should be. under $4 per foot. According  to statistics from various parts of the  United States, the cost of boring twelve  holes from 200 to 800 feet in length each,  totalling 5,957 feet, was* $14,839.02, or  p.-lfl per foot. This included labor,  superintendence, bits, repairs, water,  extras, freight, travelling and carbons.  In Northern Michigan two holes totalling 634 feet, two 360, six 1,350,' two  (ill, six 1,091 feet, or 18 holes totalling  5,048, cost lf2.60 per foot in very hard  ground. In Colorado 567 feet were bored  at 44 cents per foot.  The coat depends a good deal, says  Mr. Neave on the length of standpipe  used. The smaller drills suggested  would be worked either by handor horee  power.���������Vancouver News-Advertiser.  Slocan Shipments to Date.  These shipments for the present year  to date are estimated at nearly $1,500.-  000 in value in round figures, the Slocan  Lake properties contributing about $250,-  000 of the total worth of output. The  whole yield of the Slneari for 1899 was  $1,740,000, a value which will be considerably surpassed by the figures of the  present year when completed. Two  million dollars at least���������probably considerably more���������should represent this  year's total output..  ������  a>  a)  THE HUNTER=KENDRICK CO., LTD.  Have purchased the Hunter Bros. Sandon store, and will  keep up the business reputation held by the old firm.  Hunter Bros, wish to thank the general public for past  favors and hope that they will continue the same with the  new firm. All the stock is new and up to date, and all the  requirements in our lines will always be kept in stock.  e  e  As Reports Go.  The K. & S. have given all parties who  own shacks on the west side of the road  east of the depot to ..vacate at once, ap  thev are going to build a roundhouse, so  reports go, at the end of the "Y." With  this completed; trains are likely to remain over night instead at Kaslo, so as  to make the run to Spokane in one day  by leaving here in the morning.  ������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  i . . ��������� ��������� - ������������������  -t  J A NEW DEPARTURE.  In addition to our made-to-order department, which  will'always be kept up to the pink of perfection, we have  put in a fine assortment of all  Meguigan.  The ore shipments fiom here for the  month of September, were Rambler mine  157 tons.  News was received last Monday of the  death of Mrs. Hoover, (formerly Mrs.  Peters, of Mctiuigan).' Mrs. Hallor,  sister of the deceased, was with her at  the time of her death, have been tele  graphed for some days before.  Says the Monetary Times: "In lhe  old system of registered letters, which  does not make the government responsible in case of loss, something is wanting, which, in the British post office  system, has been made supplementary.  It takes the form of insurance against  loss, damage, or theft of valuables. This  new form of insurance has already benn  extended to British Guiana, Ceylon,  Falkland Islands, Gambia, Hong-Kong,  India, Jamaica. Lagos, Newfoundland,  St. Helena, the Straits Settlements and  Trinidad. Why it has not been extended to the greater colonies we do not  know. Its adoption by Canada, as a  measure for internal use, is needed.  Sending large sums of money by post,  under cover of registered packages, is  about the most improvident thing that  business men ever permitted themselves  to do, the risk being wholly disproportionate to the advantage."  Miners' ClotMni  Gents' Furnishings  Our Boots aud Shoes, Underclothing, and, in fact,  all supplies���������just what's wanted in the camp. Call and  inspect them.  J". !R. OJ^JsAHnER.CDlSJ.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  Mrs. Jamicson, aunt of Sir Claude  Macdonald, British Minister at Pekin,  died suddenly at her residence in Aberdeen on Sunday, August,19th last. Mrs.  Janiieson was the last surviving member of a well-known Highland family,  her father being Capt. Macdonald, of  Coulnakyle, Netherbridge, Strathspey,  whose son, Major-General J. P. Macdonald, who served with distinction in  the Indian mutiny, was father of the  British ambassador in China. When  Sir Claude Macdonald was in Britain  during the summer of last year, he paid  a special visit to Aberdeen to see his  aunt., Mrs. Jamieson had just returned  home from church, when she suddenly  expired.  folliott & McMillan  Contractors  and Builders.  Plans aud estimates furnished on all classes of buildings.  Factory opposite the C. P. R. freight shed.  Sasli aud Doors,  Frames aud Mouldings on hand or to order on  short notice.  "Dealers in. Kou^K and "Dressed Lumber.  Srun^Ies, LatK, Lime and l$rick.  .CALL AND GET PRICES.  P. O. Box 155. Sandon, B. C.  Canadian   Pacific  and SOO   Line.  RENOWNED  ������   V'rt������,r  with  improved  ��������� and  connecting  from   the-  }  service   to  KOOTENAY COUNTRY.  Dealers m Treats  AT SANDON  ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOCAN CITY.  Frist-class Sleepers on all trains from  AltROWHEAD & KOOTKNAY LANDING.  Tourists Cars pass Medicine Hat daily  for St. Paul; Saturdays, for Montreal anci  Boston; Mondays and Thursdays, for  Toronto. Same cara pass Revelstoke  one day earlier.  CONNECTION'S.  Ex. .Sun.        To it from all points.       1C\. Sun.  13:35 leave Sandon arrive 13.10  For rates, tickets and full information  apply to .--.'���������������������������..,  J. R. Ckudge, igent,  Sandon, B. C., or  W. F. Andehsox, E. J. Coyle  T. P. A., Nelson. A.G.P.A.,Vancouver  ATLANTIC STSAMSHIP TJCSETS  To mid from European points via Canadian  ami American linen. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information to anvC. p. K. agent  or J. R. Crude*, Agent, Sandon,  W. P. F. Cummings, Geu.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg .&J&
Butler.���To every pound
-       - clilU    UWI1    dllULJJOl     JJiili     U
v.e,ghod   after   peeling  and | ,s ft U|cki sm(X)(h ^^
lllaw one half pound of su
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g,u     P.iii'     and    stone   the    peaches I
whif-h   should   bo very  upe  and  mellow    cut   in  pieces   and  imt   through
the press     Put over the fire in a por-
cclj.'i kettle   let the pulp heat slow
of tomatoes add two pounds of sugar , SIMPLE REMEDIES,
and the juice and grated rind of one J Vot Summer TXirrhea - Listenne,
lemon; scald the tomatoes and take ' OJ10 ounoo. potaBs. earuoHJl*.0> 0ne dram,
off the skin; mix the sugar wilh lhe's^r. ihei aionaat., -even ounces. Half
tomatoes, and boil them shnvlj for <in ounc0 every four houib.
an hoiiii, skimming and stirring , add j Varicoe Veins���Tincture collinso-
the juice and grated r.nd of the lemon ' nu lb d apacific in thc treatment of
and boil .mother half bout, or till  il \ vftric��-od  veins.   Tendiops  fou. times
daily, al1   alhet   com! tiuns oi   I he p i- |
tiont'receiving proper attention,  will |
The  Best  of Advice
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pioduce pjompt benefit.
A  New  Mackeu.l.  D,sh _'j j1(>1 o.igh-       Tonsilitis.-Lel  the  patient'wet his'     At White Rod- M,IK   ,   n
lj f.eshen      two f.sh by soik.ug ovc,  , foiefinger   and   dip it  into   powddod    of th y tsh        t  1  r      ""^
n.ght,   wash   ,n   fiesh   water   in     the,, bicarbonate of sod.urn. The Surface of | rivi.   ."TJ^i UUla 1?,T~U
ly    -mi    cook,    st.rnng   'occasionally I ���lUUiS' w'l*B *r> ,and **"<"" ��emon ' the tonsil  should be rubbed with the       In    this    cottage    here cltXw ,,h
unn.  n  is of the consistency of mar-! Z^'J^h]   ^ 0,'7hT ��'   ^ *  ^ ""��" ^ '" �� """"^ ^ ��^' ���� BoUo iho^'a ^ y
ma I me     Add  (ho sugar, stir until it | ,' '  *-     , '"   UU   ���loin  o.  a   baking-   durmg   hnl��  all hou|    and  ar)olVllU(* bl    hL      d aUr.lctlV0 ,���._��� , '   . ���;
is  d,ssc>I,ed    and  cook  r.p.d.y  for  15   P���! *m   ������\ Wltb /* ������*  ��"^��e   every  hoUix   d,n���,  (he same day. take,   a lively     uteres!     *n      m    So
im..U.e-     Place the kettle on the b-iok < "^   f  ^^ ,mbs     we��   ^��n* '     PomW   bt.ur,   on   the   Skin -Thei exarch and sL,et���-lc of th    1,1 n
 '   *"��e stove   where  Ihn   bnHnrl0*1  WjUi ���p*lli*,��*��* ��'��� *^,   bulLei    may be removed by painting with the village.     vZ, 0,    v       "��
ly   affected
Infantile Diarrhoea.���At the onset
give ,i tablespoontul of tho following
naixliuie.   Oil   of    rictnl,    one  ounce;
put   of   the stove   where  tho   bnttei i       , ,   ,
will not become cooled until it isqu.lo I ABf *���a *ls ��f ll,,n ,<iI,lon P*��*- iho
sold     Pack m .iars or ttfinbleis ^iule'1 Tf'""^'^",1'"'^    ^^  U,��    olhel
ho(_ ; lish on  this dtussmg and baste  with
Al.,-.*, CuUc-Paio and co, e tho I ^^ bultal 'ln<1 Jlt>t "'ltel D'lk��
apples cut m p eces and put through ^ ^T'1 1?m��*e '�� * h��L 1,,*llto'
thc jro-s     To ovety pint of apple pulp      '' A">\"lb\aB ^ '^cs,  trie    a
Ink,  one   quart  of   new  sweet   oidoi     I     T'  '''   Ul��   bll*'ng  I,an   io  :n'lki>
Cider not moie than two d*ns old will     iandlj,,S eas>* *iud ^��  U>o Lo,   ��,th .       .._ ,    _	
make the best ipple butier used wuh "re'l(1"cl u'fha moi.sLened in united gljcenne, two ounces; oil of cassiae,
taiL apples Bo.I tho cider down one ^"lic-r dntl b'lkod lo ** I"1*-'*-^ bi own one drop. After it has operated freo-
haif, then mca-uie using in the pro- I ^��� "'"'" U"'"" *PI"lon S*'CC''- 'lnd br give hstenno combinod with a small
pornou   given   above.    Add  the  apple i I '��"* ��3'    ��� doso of Batle'3 papine.
pulp and cook very slowly stn ring of-' . ��'nge' Snaps���One cup buttet and Gargle and Mouth Wash.���Diluted
tou When it begins, to thicken, ! ''" ���Iiljd 0'le J''l,�� ^n> itiga!, oi-.. hsterme makes a pleasant and effi-
sweetun to taste mih bioun suMr'!0"'1 f'"!V 0lk'11,b "���������dassui, one tea- ' oient gargle nnd mouth wash, acling
Stir unnl the sugar ���-, entitely dis-j 6P0|(>' ', ��d'1 a"'1(lcd *������ onc �� ��P hot | kindly on irritated or inflamed mus-
bolved, cook until tho butter is tho I "��� ' . ,''" L(Mi>1'CK"l��Ll'*! S^aei Beat' ous surfaces, and removing auy un-
de^rod consntency-that of soft jam ! V'C'U'ulfI blU1(llc llBhih' Roll out M>iy j pleasant odors of tbe bieath.
pack in jars or t-utoblers while hot,'I \ ,. ��lU aml Ulhl;^'" 'l '"ot ��vcii flake J For Soro Ejes -Bathe ,n weak so-
ani-' keep in a cool place  it preferred ! , 'S��    '^ Lhoi' "'"   '""wn   luUt>n   of  *Q*lU and   *vatcr.  b<*t��re  go-
^iced, allow the following quantities I T'm"   ^\h��"L  1*llSl"*J ^   ^   ^'*v>e ^ b^*
to   every   i,ve   quaits   of  apple   pulp, I ���   , r '*'^ '"  "'^   fjI1U       1       ���"^ S��ald ��r Bul'" ~I�� 0nly ��a  tbo
one teaspoonful each of ground cloves ��� ,    ,       -<:'       ErluS<-'   '���'���k��   h.i   the  banie   surface, make .in ointment of sulphur
tilUpce and cinnamon !,| l>Lk,ug IJOT*tler -*'���'- ��&ing one half tli,-    and lard   stiff   and cover tho soie.
Citron  ricsetves-Tluee  pound.-, of1 J;'1'""''-''    ����    ��loilI-ono    and   a lull I     Diphtheria  Remedy.  - Iuhaio    the
citron,   twu   lemons,   thiee  pounds  of i C"^" .fumes of slaked lime, Put some lime
sugar,   one     eighth  pound  of   Kinirer       t-u"'ul|L Jel,-V "melet��� Make a plain    in  a small   vessel  ,iui  ,nhale   with   a
root    Pare  and ,U.e  the citron   Ex-   "^ �����      \' ^  J>M   U"Lola *e��vmB. ' funnel.
tract  iho  ]u5cc fiom  tho lemons and ci.ri.mL jollj-cons.detod |     Onion    Earache  Cuie-Roast small
cut them in slices. Bruise the mii-ei    "l B'cat doUoacy r.ilie. a, a b, eakfast j onion   until   soft, dip  it  in   sweet  oil
root slightly,  tie ,t m a muslin"cloth   "'   ,'JUC-ULOn  dliJl | ^ insert in the ear. When the pain
following solution:  Jliniodido of am-   representative   called   ujian  Miss   Co
moniiim  and    distilled    water,  equal   boon for  the puipo,e of a*-^ taming
p.uts    Then  dilnlo  with  hydrochlor-   her opinion of Dr. Willi Jmv Pink Pills
ic acid to reach the t.ssuos moio deep- i -which remedy he had been informed
and cover .with three pints of watei
Add the slices of lemon and  boil un
is relieved take out the onion and put
raw cotton in.
Cordial��� Secure
.til the water is highly flavored; strain [in^^^^"^^-"       BlfinkMrry'.,ooraial^.Secure     ripe
savin* all the water. ' Add to this the ^ much Xe ^ in   ul ^1 I ^^ ^ ^shth^'^ &* ^1.
.ugarand  jWce of   the  lemons,' stir; ���noc^^
untd  r.he. sugar is; dissolved, boil and ���  that ovory housewife should'learn .'to
, , ,    , , , -    -      v.j   ���,. ���tll ��� LLO buuijuu leain  tc
skun unt 1 clear     .Add the citron and   cook ihsm in this way.    It ia lho onIj
bo I until  the slices are tianspuer'
but not too soft to keep their shape.
Put them carefully in glass jars, .pour
���the  sir.up  over them   and seal   'while
hot; -.     ���'.'.. ,        ,
way, indeed, in which they may be-appropriately served with, turkey , or
meat. Too- long cooktng impairs the
flavor. Alwaj'S cook cranberries in
granite or porcelain.    Metal will give
, . ���..-u.^u ^.   uuiLui.iui.    ivioiai win give
,   Coffee Jelly.���Half a.box of gelatine,-! them an   unpleasant  t.-istc  ami   a bad
two cupfuls  of boiling  water,  half a . color.
cupful ojf cold water one cupful of ������ .. To make cranberry saiico to per-
sugar, three, fourths of a cupful of, fection, allow to one quart-of cra'n-
clear, strong coffee. Cover the gela- berries, one cupful'-of cold water, and
-tine with the cold water and let'.it';'let cook 10'-initvufccs, until -the skins
stand for half an hour, dissolve in -,have', beg-uii to break. Then add'two
the hot water and add the sugar and cupfuls- of granulated sugar, and lei
ooffee. Stir until the sugar is dis- j boil 111 minutes longer,lstirring-: ffcr
solved and strain. 11 urn into a mold ' q'uently with silver-or granite spoon,
previously Wot with cold water, and: to prevent searching. 1'oiir '..into.
When solidified servo with whipped . earthen oir'graii.i'fe molds, and let set
cream. j far. 12 hours before serving, although
Grape Catsup.���Five pounds of   ripe , in  a cold   place   it   will   become   firm
water; let it stand 21 houn, sfirnng
it a fow times; strain and add two
pounds of sugar to each gallon of
liquid;, put in iugs and cork tight,
ft may bo used in two months.
Flaxseed Sirup for Colds.���Boil flaxseed until water becomes slimy, then
strain, sweeten with- powdered rock
candy, and juice of fresh lemons. Doso
Wine-glassful when cough,is troublesome.
Cure foi a Felon.���lake (ho yolk of
an egg, an eq'uul quantity of common
salt and one tablespoontul spirits of
turpentine.:- Mix well aud apply poultice at bed time.
grapes, two arid a half pounds of
brown sugar, one tablespoouful of pepper, ono tablespoontul each of whole
cloves, cinnamon, aud allspice, two
cupfuls of vinegar; two teaspoonfula
of salt,  two blades of* mace. Put  the
very quickly if made as directed. Pint
bowls make1, very good    molds,   . and
large-sized  egg-cups 'make  pretty  individual shapes. " ' *., ���-���'     , -.-.,..
Cranberry' pie  is. ' delicious,  and    ;i
_ , frequent   dessert.    To  make  it, -waiih
grapes   through, the .press,    add   the'and pick over one quart of craubiir-
sugar, vinegar, .salt, and-spices. Boil
until thick as ordinary catsup, remove
the whole spices and bottle while
hot. '���.',.���.���'.'
ries, and place in a deep granite pie
dish, -with two cups of granulated
sugar and the juice.of half a lemon.
Cover with nii'S puff p-i.sio, and  bake
Chili   Sauce���Eight     ripe tomatoes, | in a  moderate oven"for  three-fourths
three good-sized onions, oue teaspoon-j of an hour,
ful cinnamon, one 'teuspoonful cloves, j     Cranberry   tart,   if  nicely .made,   is
ono teaspoonful ginger, ono table-
spoonful salt, pinch of red pepper, one
cup sugar, three cups vinegar, cut tomatoes and onions in small pieces, add
spices, vinegar, and sugar, and cook
until as thick as you wish it, seal
and it will keep any length of time.
Tomato Marmalade.���To two pounds j
as handaome as if is good. Lino., a
granite pie dish with puff paste, and
fill it with cranberries, lemon juio(\
and sugar., as for cranberry pie.
Twist liltlo strips of puff past::, and
lay them aeroaa the top of the pic to
form a neat lattice work. Bake in n
brfck oven.'   Si'.rve cold.
riii'it)'.;'!.)- Cut   t-'roin   CEic   Sl.jfil   ��!a'<v I.ul
���u->! iti.v,' Uiililccl
:Slate pencils  wero formerly all exit
from slate just as it is dug from the
earth.   Pencils so made were objected
to on account'of tho grit which they
contain..   To  overcome  this difficulty
says the London Engineer, an inventor, devised   a-n  ingenious  process  by
which the slate is groiuind to a    very
fine powder, all grit and foreign substances! removed, and the pjwdor bolted   through   silk  cloth   inuch  in    the
same manner as floiuf is bolted. Tho
powder   is   then  made  into  a dough,
and this dolu'gh is subjected to a very
heavy   hydraulic      pressure,      which
presses   the   pencils oiit   the  required
shape  und   diameter,   but   in   lengths
of   about   throe  feet.  While  yet   soft
the  pencils   are tyit   into the desirod
lengths and sot out to .dry in (ho open
air.    Afteri they   are  thoroughly  dry
the pencils are placed in steam 'baking
kilns,  where  they receive  tho proper
she had been using. Ho was very cordially received and found both Miss
Cohoou and hei mother most enthusiastic and aidenf fiiends of the groat
Canadian remedy which is now so universally used throughout the woild.
We give below in essentially her own
words,  Miss   Cohoon's story:
" Thiee  j ears   ago  this  s pi ing   my
health  was very much lun down.      I
had, not  been   feeling well for.   some
timo and when spring opened up and
tho weather  became warmer my condition   became   worse.    Tho  least   exertion exhausted me and was followed,  by  an aw��ul  feeling  of  weakness
and a rapid  palpitation of the! heart.
I seemed to lose my ambition, and a
feeling of   langour   and sluggishness
took   its   place.   ' My   appetite   failed
me aiLd   my sleep at  night  was  disturbed ana lestless. fn  fact I'was in
a   vory ��>oiiy condition    I .suffered in
this  way  for some  time.   Then I began   tho -use  of  Dr.   William/*'   Pin.k
Pill, arid  they ooon  began to work a
en uigo for   tho bettei     My strength
and    spuiti    miproted    woiidoifullv,
ajwl the old feeling of 1 l* cdnoss, began
lo    leive  me     My appetite  tetiunod
���arwl   my,    weight'-increased    steadily
By I be- time f had used less than h ilf
a dozen, boxes I felt .stronger than I
had  dotto foi   year>   fci'ice  that   time
whenever I feel   the  need of a'medicine-  a prompt .us/a   of, Dr.   Williams'
Piak   Pills  his  always   bioughf     mo
���speedy  relief, and in futuro when ail-
Lag  1 siha 11    iiover  use  anything  bui
theso pills, and sUongly adv.se others
to follow  my example "
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills croate new
blood, build up tha mu ves, and thus
dirivo disease from, tho : system. . In
hundiieds of cases they h ive euiedaf-
leu all other medicines hivo failed,
thui. establishing the claim that they
ane a marvel among tho tiiumph:. of
modem medical science. Tho genuine
Piak .Pills are sold only, in- boxes,
ben-ring the full trade mark, "Dr.
Wilhams.' Piak Pills foi Palo People."
Piotect yotii-��elf from imposition by
i<".fuiing any pill that dooo not bear
the registered trade mark around the
box. "' ���'' ���
THES NEyEiv-DRiNE:.     .
There are hundreds of horses    and
thousands of  cattle in  the Hawaiian
Islands, which  never take a drirak of
water throughout'the whole courso of
their lives.   On all tho islands the upper altitudes  of    tho mountains are
given up to cattle ranges. Tho cattlo
run wild from tho time they are born
until they are sent  to the slaughterhouse.   lExcopt  possibly  two or  three
months in the rainy season there aro
no streams or pools of water in any
part where tlie cattlo range, but'every where  there  grows a    recumbent,
jointed  grass   known  by    tho.-native
name of  maninia^   This is  both food
and drink.   Horses and cattlo grazing .
on  it, neither .require water nor drink
it when offered. |-'**|-w*^-wri*.*������yiw;n,li������l<ws,m  SOMETHING QUITE NEW-  CEYLON QREEN TEA  Simd flavor as Japan, only more delicious.  . THE SCOTTISH TARTANS.  ���������'lull's IVIiIWi Curvy lt������ Tliclr Folds ii Tboiis.  anil Years i'l'Soof land's History.  When our conception of a soldier is  a composition of high courage, slouched hat aud ill-fitting blouse, wo find  it difficult to accept seriously tho  warrior covered'with gold'and lace  and innumerable medals, or to realise  that the' scarf, kilt and bonnet have  outlived the hroadsi,vord and crossbow  of tbe old "border wars. The fact is,  when the clans recently gathered in  South Africa, tho modern Highlander  carried in tho foflds of hia plaid tho  banner songs, and war cries, tho romance and valor of more than a thousand years of Scotland's story.  Of the fifty genuine tartans in existence, many arc as old as "European  history, and 'were contemporaneous  with the birth of clanship. Iu days of  OHY-LOIN" TEi  old   the   absence  of   his   tartan   from j doubt>   as   , hey" will'bo 'in   at "the  ment was organized in tho first half  of tho eighteenth century, and, while  its'; original purposo was for duty in  Scotland alono, it has been its desliny  to see an extended and-brilliant foreign service. It. was effective in tho  campaign in islanders in 1743, afterward in America ; it took part in the i  old French and Indian war.   This tar-    ��������������������������� . -  tan figured in tho expedition against i "n7]~n4- "firMl TJr i'yi1* Tin T  Lomisburg and saw the thickest of the ! HHilb Hill i dill (l JJO I  fight at Ticonderoga, It was an tho  saige of Havaina and did its part at  Waterloo; its colors were impressed  upon tho famous Egyptian campaign;  it bore honorable,record at Alma and  Sebastopol and uphold its reputation  in tho Indian mutiny. This tartan  will, however, long be remembered for  the, severe losses! it sustained at the  hands off the Boers" at Orange Biver,  when it covered the lifeless form of  its ��������� brave -commander.  ; Along the banks of tho lonely rivors  of the Capo, keeping watch1 under tho  burning sun by day, or, in the starlight of tho South African night, are  tho -same tartans that coat many a  Highlander his life in September, 1513,  when the' clan gathered at Plodden  and formed tho famous circle around  their king. That they were with  Hamilton '-whon ho met Cromwell's  ragged heroes at Preston and settled  the fate ot kingcraft, there is  littio  A PRIME FAVORITE J^^fl^l^������Mu.������-i������t,w  In Load Packets       25, 30, 40, 5U and 600.  A, little paint properly placed will  make a fine house out of an old one.  It will take'away the dingy, tumbledown appearance, and make it look  fresh and new.  Will add to the value of the  house and to the pleasure of living-  there. They are.pure paints and  will wear long-er than any other.  Ask your dealer.  A. RAMSAY & SON,  Est'd 1842.  the person or household of a clansman  was considered an evidence o;f treason, and when thoy met upon their  native hcath.it was by.the bars and  stripes that friend or foe was distinguished. ,.,.,  On the plains and kops of South-Africa the Boers have fo.und themselves,  in this .year of grace, 1900, confronted  by tho^ identical tartan that met the  Roman on his invasion of Britain, A.  death when Boor and Jiritain, repub  lican and imperialist, meet' in a final  struggle  in - the Transvaal,      '  -   The  changes of the centuries have  beon   wrought - in   men,  governments  and policies   but the tartans, liko tho  skies   and  mountains of  their  highlands, are unchangiSd, and  the plaids  are same as those that" we re upon the  backs of the  Scots   wha  liae  wi'  Wallace   bled���������  Scots, whom Bruce has aftcn led���������  and between their bright ond somber  MONTREAL,  Paint Makers.  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Thousands  testify that it is certain, painless, and  prompt. Do not be imposed uponi by  substitutes offered for the genuine  "Putnam's" Extractor. . Sure, safe,  harmless.  STEEL PENS.  "More steel is used in the manufacture of pons than in all.the sword and  gun; factories in the; world. A ton of  Steel prodmces about 10,000 gross of  pons.  FOK OVER FIFTY YEARS.  MRS.. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP haj teen  pied by mothers for their children teething.' , It aoothe  the child, softons the sums, allays pain, oores wind  ���������olio,-, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 35o.a bottle.  Sold by all drug-Bints throughout the world. Be mn  and aslc for " Mrs. Wlnilow'a Boothiuj; Syrup."  W P ��������� 1041  CALVERT'S  Carbolic Disinfectants, Soaps, Ointment, Tooth PowcJore, oto., have been  awarded 100 modale and diplomas for superior  oxcellenos. Thoir regular use prevent infections diseases.''' Ask your dealer to obtain a  supply*.   Lists moiled free on application.  F. C. CALVERT & CO.,  MANOHE8TER    -   -     ENGLAND.  Sausagre Casing:*���������New importations floret Baa-Hah  Sheep and AmtTiciih ITor Csslnirs���������reliable goods at  r'Kht prices.   PAU1C,' BTyAOKWELL * CO., Toronto.  Ont   WrlUfarpartleeian, Jama* K. Stow-art*  Kincardine, Ont.  MILLS, MILLS & HALES,  Barrieterf, etd.  Ketnon-dto Wesley HuDdi'Df*.  HiehmondSt. W., Toronto.  1 being written the death struggle of  the Sofuth African republics. The tartan worn by tho 91st and 93d Regiments, Sutherland Highlanders now in  the field,is the famous Campbell plaid,  -designated Argylo. Its black, blue,  and,green that carry tho significant  cross bars of yellow and white, are  the colors that bear tho proud distinction of having carried relief to Luck-  now and made world famous tho tri-  ���������utmphant shout,-"The Campbells aro  coining 1"  ���������The Gordon plaid, one of tho oldest,  and which also has an especially fine  battle record, is worn by the 75th and  92nd Regiments, Gordon Highlanders.  Its blue,  green, and black, traversed  by  the single yellow, bar, and which  . has recently -boon on  tlio South  African  firing; line, was probably  with  tho'Doiuglas  at Chevy  Chase, aud'wo  know that it has led. the vanguard in  India and left many of its fraginbnts  on the sands, of the Soudan. The Cam-  eronian Highlanders have added to tho  uniformed host in the  war with tho  Boors,   the. tartan  that   has  for     so  long appealed   to   lovers   of    martial  pootry, ��������� for  a/head of:  the  Cameron-  fan clan, was no other than our obstinate friend, I/ochiel, who, as is well  known   to  every schoolboy,  persisted  .-��������� in meeting tho Lowlander after having  beon emphatically warnod to ".beware  of tho day."  fTho tartan- , that has furnished a  large part of the fabric composing the  military history of the British Empire and the one (most familiar to  aliens and o*ur news columns is tho  somber black, green and blue of tho  Royal Highlanders, better known as  the "Black Watch." This famefus regi-  GERMANY'S   ItlCHJiST  TOWiVS.  The richest town in Germany, according to the estimates of tho Property Tax -Commission for 1899, is not  Berlin, the capital of the Empire, but  the ancient .'capital', of tho .Empire,  Fro nkforf - on-tlie - .Main. Frankfort  still stands far ahead of Berlin in the  wealth of tr-e inhabitants: The second  richost town is Essen, the third is  Charlottenburg, and Berlin, holds the  fourth place. Next in order to Berlin I &"���������   -    -,tr   -    .- -k��������� ������m��������� ... i.n.j  . mrtacea of the system.   They offer one band,  come  Wiesbaden,   Aachen, and  Bonn, [red doiinrs for any case ID fslls to cure.  Send  for circulars and testimonials  CANADA'S AREA.  .Canada only lacks 237 square miles  to bo as large as tho whole continent-  of Europe. It is nearly. 30 times as  large as Great Britain, and. Ireland,  and is 300.000 square 'miles''larger than  the United States.  There I* morn Gut-arrhiiiiiEEU sootlon ot tin  country than all other-diseases put togotier,  and until tho last fow years was supposed to bs  incurable. For ������K*reat many years doctors pro-  oounoedlt a local dHeiiKC, and prescribed local  remedies, and by eoontantly failing: to cure with  looal treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sol-  onco h������H pre von catarrh to bo a constitutional  disBaso. and thorofor������ requires constitutional  troatmont. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufaetured  by.K. J. Ohenoy & Cy., Toledo, Ohio, is the only  constitutional cum on tho market. It is taken  Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon-  Jt sots directly on the blood and mucon>  ihe " Balmoral," Frea Bus tutbl'Z  AWE N HE   H0USE���������McG'll-ColIeee    Aronue  ftP*UllMt   nuUOE     FamllT  Hotel  rates  $1.60  perday.  STATISTICS OF NEWSPAPERS.  Tho total niuonbor of copies of newspapers printed throughout the world  in, one year is .13.000,000,000. To print  these requires 781,210 tons, of paper,  of 1,749,977,000 pounds, while it would  take tho fastest- presses 333 years to  print a single year's edition, which  would produce a stack of papors nearly 50.miles high.  AddroHS,    K.J.CHENBY&CO^ToIodo.O  Sold by Drufjgistn. 75o.  Hall's Family Pills are tbe best;  SWISS HOTELS.  In proportion to its size, Switzerland  ! has more hotels than any other country in the world. No fewer than 1,700  hostelries are on the list, arid the receipts of the hotel keepers amount to  ������25,000,000 u year.  Catholic Prayer B00KraK  Belislous Pictures, Statuary, and Church Ornamrau-  Ednoatlonal Worlci. Mall order* receive prompt attca.  lien. 0. A J. SAOLIER & CO., Montreal.  POULTRY, BUTTER, EGGS, APPLES,  and other PBODUCE, to ensure beet results consign U  The Dawson Commission  Go., Limited,  Oor.West-Morkot & Oolborne St., Toronto,  InMriinitnt.i, Drums. Uniforms, Etc.  Sveiry Town can have a Band  lAltveil prlcen ever imoted.   Fius oatalofne BOO Uiaa  trationr milled /r������ie.    Wrlfcurts for anything In  Mtislo or HiisIoeI Instruments.  IVt-a.'sv Royce & Co., ^"tfiSF^ge  <c4 jLa^tAM&M^Cts, ehc& +o  WUAs  &J coin������r-  Jortho very beat send your work to the  " BRITISH AMERICAN DYEING CO."  Look for agent- in your town, or send dirwrt.  Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec.  PACKARD'S  Shoe   Dressing  AVE  OFTEN^  HINE  HOE  ALL COLORS  ALL   LEATHERS.  MHOE BEAhEUn. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, September. 29, 1900.  I*  V J  ��������� '  V  i  V  THE LOCAL GRAFT.  Sandon will soon be "as good as new."  The C. P. R. depot is nearly completed.  The Labor party hold a convention at  Nelson on Oct. 3rd. '  Thanksgiving day will be on the 18th  of October this year.  Pitts' new store is now fully finished  all but the painting.  A line stock of new wall paper at  Clill'e's bookstore, Sandon.  The two cases that came up in the  police court were dismissed.  In the case of Lovatt vs. the Slocan  Star, the judge reserved his deceaion  From four to five inches of snow fell  on the mountain tops on Sunday last.  The new post oflice 'is giving every  satisfaction to'people who have business  there.  On the 15th of next month the C.P.K.  train service changes between here and  Nakusp.  J. M. Harris is bound to have a road  across the Miller property or the old  Keco lot.  \Y. J. Pierson is offering to sell some  fine properties up the gulch, Cody way,  very cheap.  Joe Brandon, of Silverton, spent a few  days looking for a good location to' build  a residence.  The C. P. R. steamer Nelson is on the  dry dock at Nelson, having been badly  damaged recently.  Mrs. Dwyer has moved into her new  residence on Sunnyside, and Mr. F. L,  Christie will move into hia shortly.  Mr. B. C. Riblet is making special  ore cars for the Poorman mine, and a  timber tram for the St. Eugene mine.  A miner named Chrisbal was taken  from the Payne to the hospital yesterday, suffering with an attack of lumbago.  Mayor Pitts, while east, purchased  S00 feet of hose, three hose reels, and  other necessary apparatus for the fire  brigade.  A revision of the Slocan voters' list  will be held at Kaslo on the 5th of November, by Don C. Kurtz, the Collector  of Votes.  Father Drummond, S..T., a well-known  lecturer, will give a lecture in aid of the  Catholic church on Tuesday evening,  October 2nd.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. are bringing in many goods from their Boundary  stoics,all of'which shows this is the business point of the country.  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  church met and reorganized last week.  Mrs. Thomas Sharp being elected president. A number of the members removed from Sandon after the lire, but  in spite of this, the Aid is in a very  flourishing condition, both numerically  and financially.  The K. & S. people are renting that  business block where Crawford's old  stable stood, at about 5fi cents a foot per  month, or about half what otheis are  charging foi sites no better for general  business.  Tickets are on sale at the K. & S. depot at $13.15 for the round trip to Spokane Exposition, selling from Sept. 30th  to Oct. 14th inclusive, good for nine days  Irom date of sale. Tickets sold on or  after Oct. 11th will be limited to return  Oct. 17th. Children between, five and  twelve years at half fare. From McGui-.  gan,.$12.75;'. Whitewater, $12.40.  An easy going man, named McEach-  ern, who has been, around the city for  the past couple of years, wi������s arrested by  Chief Stubbs Thursday, on a telegram  from the sheriff at Duluth. What his  offence is will not be known until the  sheriff arrives to extradite him, if necessary. It is supposed, however, that he  was in tome way connected with an express robbery some years ago.  The : skaters and curlers of Sandon  held a meeting Monday night to devise  means .to erect a union building, M. L.  Grimmett in the chair. Col. Brayton  was present and offered the choice of two  - sites below the old curling rink, at $200  -each or $400. A committee consistingof  Messrs. Grimmett, Wilson, Grierson,  McAdam, and W. and C. Walmsley was  appointed to lcok up the matter and report last evening.  !. Byer$ & Co.  S i  Jobbers and Retailers iu  Hardware  and  Mining Supplies  *T' Rails and Track Iron,  Crow's Nest Coal,  Bar and Sheet Iron,  Jessop & Canton Steel for Hand and  Machine Drills,  Powder, Caps, Fuse,  Iron Pipe and Fittings,  Oils, Waste, etc.,  Mine or Mill Supplies of all kinds,  Agents Traux Automatic Ore Cars.  SALADA TEA  A fine, pure, dainty, tasting Ceylon production, put up in a  neat one-half aud one pound packages. Having secured the agency  of this favorite brand of tea, we are prepared to recommend it to all,  feeling assured that one trial will establish its superiority over all  other package teas for its delightful flavor and reasonable price.  OOFPI^HIHIS.  My blend of Mocha aud Java is acknowledged to be the best.  All other lines of pure, clean and fresh Groceries., ,  Head Office-  Stores at  -Nelson, B.C.  Nelson, B.C.   Kaslo, B.C.   Sandon, B.C.  Misses M. & k McKinnon  Have Now-  Reopened Their  T^illmer/  Business iu their own new building, across the street from the  new Reco hotel.  Their stock will be found quite  complete, and it embraces all the  requirements for ladies aud children.     Call and see.  P-I. Gie^einioh.  SANDON.  KASLO.  AINSWORTH.  W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO.  TAILORS  DDftDCXTPn     in the their new premises  Ki}UrlH>tll     ������ext to the planing mill.  THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO.  LIMITED.  ��������� ���������  easeseoaosu..o.o..e...ee  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  CHAS. LAMBERT  ���������  ���������  ���������  a  e  "UAH AS! SEDER  e  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  o  e  ���������  SANDON, B.C.  Plans and estimates furnished.  Oflice and  shop near A. Crawford's blacksmith shop.  s  e  9  e  ���������  ���������  o  o  ���������  ���������  e  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Dimension   and Dressed Lumber  always on hand.  Sash, Doors, Moulding-, Turnings.  &c, at prices to suit the times.  Doors (five Pannels;, first quality,  SI.75 and up;   Sash Glass,  $1.75  and up.  Joiners   Supplies   at   the   right  price.  Call and inspect stock���������all No. 1.  ���������  ���������  0  ���������  0  0  0  e  0  0  0  ��������� ���������  .......a.o��������� o aeoaeooeaei  **  PliTERBOROUGU, ONTARIO,  CANADA.  Tenders. ���������  "'  .     ��������� ���������''.-. c ��������� ������������������-  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to 12 o'clock noon on the 25th lust, for the  furnishing and supply of mining timbers to be  delivered at the Minnesota Silver Co.'s concentrator, Sandon, B. C. Specifications at tho  company's office.  ..-',.   P. J. HICKEY,' Manager.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Charlottte and Herbert Mineral Claims, situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay. District. Where located: On  McGuigan Creek, and near the Washington  Mine.   .  Take notice that I, W. J. H. Holmes, acting  as agent for Kdivin Hvde Tomlinson, Kreo Miner's certificate No. 23418 A. and the Washington Mining Company (foreign) Free Miner's  Certificate No. 701) special, intend CO days from  the date hereof, to auplv to the Mining Ke-  corder for Certificates o*f Improvements for  the purpoeae of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ot such Certificates of Improvement!*  Dated this 27th duy of August, 1900.  Something- New  I de3ire to inform the public that I have  opened, what was hitherto unknown in the  place, an  Exclusive Boot  and Slioe Store  nearly across the street from the C.P.R. depot.  My stock, just yet, is not large, out it is select from the best makes, and it embraces ladies' and children's wear to suit all tastes and desires; men's, boys' and  youths' goods in variety; and MINERS' BOOTS In all styles for the season. I  have goods arriving daily, aiid am bound to keep the stock fully up to ill 1 requirements. As I handle no other lines, patrons will always find just what they want  in'these, and at very moderate prices.   .  Will have a Shoemaker for specially ordered workand repairs as soon as a  goodnian can be procured. ^  ___  jI HP.  jei:  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables.  Everybody eats fruits and vegetables when they can get  them fresh and cheap. -y We have two carloads on hand  and more to arrive shortly. You need not go without a  good winter's supply when you can purchase them from  Us at almost the growers' prices. We will be able to  supply everybody's needs.  Cody Avenue.  JALLAND BROS.  I**,a,i,''.,w


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