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 /If A**  The Mines  in  Kootenay arc Among  the Richest  in  America.  T'jcOres  arc  -Iish-<J!**i'  Se  in <;<>  w.  Silver,  ���������  >l>I������er,  n n i  If,*  n:l.  mmwtsm. MMwmMfi^Tjwt-trmrin-v.T. !*i-gg-���������. *u j hue*1 iwffctwiP-i'irTK-Bi.'ig!  ���������iinr t.hrfiMy^vwrjMKf������aJttfflSHai '..-.a Tku-maum.  VaBZEXVSEUASVZUUEa  not-r-ari^.. nw.j,u.-a  Whole Numbei-  m i'6\ft  Nelson,   British Columbia,  Saturday,  September 30,   j 893/  Subscription Price $2 per Year.  ������S*  Best I introduction  Wo  e  sent to  Should you wish to Secure  any cf the :Barginsc^MGh,  his Big Stock cf Groceries,  LAqpiors,   Hardware,   and  Miners' stiftft lies\ afford.  ,asi  rry"tJMpl'ete"Stools "of all lines of  G-eneral Merchandise, except Hardware.  Liquors  and   Cigars  liandled  to  the  Trade only.  Agents for Anheuser-Biish {St. Louis)  Beer, the best Made in America.  NELSON.  OF  a&cfcieSj   If^ocksj    ye Wei Eery  aBjai   ^ilveriVare5  Slaoiairjj  fig ,&)ie  arerooi^s   ol  THAI 11 SITUATION  NO  NEAEEB A SOLUTION IN THE  U. S. SENATE  I'lic���������BrearyStream  of Tall*   Woes   on.   Each  "Side Oetermined to Have   Their Way or  to Ha n������ Matters Biidetinitely ��������� Silver men  Hope  for Compromise.  Late telegraphic dispatches sum up  the silver situation in the senate as fol-  lows:���������The situat ion in the senate fails  to show encouragement fo" those who  are making battle for urn. litional repeal. The repel forces are apparently  no nearer victory thatten days ago* and  it does not appear that they have made  a convert in the  senate for two  weeks,  and the prospect for unconditional repeat is not so bright asnvhen the repeal  bill passed the house.  Reepal senators have apparently lost  confidence, and the anti-repeal senators  have regained all the courage they lost  after the passage of the measure by the  house. Two weeks ago it was mysteriously rumored that the repeal forces  might demand a vote at any hour and  rush the measure through the senate'.  Now, no advocate of repeal can be found  who will prediet'with any' 'credence t hat  a,filial vote' will be reached before the  middle of October, and yet the numerical strength c of the repealers is as  strong in ,the senate, today as three  weeks ago; they have: an undoubted  majority, probably three-fifths, and  there can be no question of the result  when a final vote is reached. But when  the vote is. to come is the great mystery  of the future.  Under the rules of the senate half a  dozen senators can indefinitely prolong  the light and portpone the vote, and. if  they, are so inclined, may either defeat  themeasure or force a compromise.  The difficulty, however, will be ia agreeing on a form of compromise. No one  acquainted with the vice president and  his antecedents gives fhe_ieasbAcr.eden.ee  to the story sent out from here that he  will at a given time recognize Senator  Voorhees for the purpose of moving  the passage of the bill and refuse to  recognize anyone else.  into custody by U.   S. rDeputy Marshal  'Humane.  Threats were made to arrest Captain  Humane for interfering with a state  ollicer in the discharge of his duty.  Those making the threats were informed by the commissioner that, any  interference with Captain Humane  while in charge of the receiver would  be followed by the arrest of, the guilty  party.  At the examination of the charge  against Ho ban, evidence was produced  that the State of Idaho did a forcing  commerce between the United States  and British America, aud that the order  appointing Hoban receiver was not  properly served to install him in legal  possession. ���������  MRU ITS COMPLETION  iTHE KASLO NOMINATIONS  SLIGHTLY EESEMBLE THE   FAMOUS  "HOBSON'S CHOICE"  There are Only two Mantes Flared in Xoniina-  (ion for Mayor, and tlie rive Aldermen  are Flattered by Ucccivnijr'heir Kleefiou  by Acclamation.  THE, N. & F. S. KAILS  AEE  "WITHIN  TWENTY-SIX MILES  Three Forks Commences to Feel I lie Stimulating Etrcet. of Railroad Itiiilding���������The  laying in of Winter Supplies also has  its Aid to the Itusiness of* that 1*oint.  TEAMPS IN HAED LUCE:  They.  ire Invited to Elide and then Charged  With Stealing.  The Kamloops authorities are doing  all that lies in their power lo bring the  justice the supposed culprits, who while  endeavoring to blow open Vair's safe,  'succeeded in burning down a considerable portion of the. nown.  The day following the fire two tramps  passed through the town, " stepping tlie  ties." They were suspected, then- liberty  .was plotted against, aud a train which  overtook them slowed up so that the}'  could be invited to ride. They accepted  such an unusual invitation, but ��������� were  very much surprised to find themselves  under arrest wiieu the next station was  reached, on a charge of stealing a ride-  They were held long enough to satisfy  the authorities that they were not the  ones sought, after, and then set at liberty.  Two other men were suspicioned, and  traced as ftir as Sicamose, but they have  not yet been apprehended.  The Nelson & Port Sheppard railroad  continues to be pushed forward as  rapidly as possible, the track-layers  having reached a point not more than  twenty-six miles distant from Nelson.  Present indications are that the road  will be completed in time to reverse the  condition of things last winter, making  Nelson the central point of the district,  and the only means of ingresand egress.  The track-laying is being done with  machines, and as much as two miles per  day can be covered. There 100 men on  the track-laying and surfacing gang.  The surfacing is keep within one mile of  the track-laying. In conversation with  G. B. Wright, Contractor Larson predicted that by October 20, the rails will  laid to the Nelson depot. All the grading will be completed this coming week.  The Bonners' Ferry sleigh road was  kept open last winter solely because  those who wished to get in and out of  the. country were unable Lo escape the  exorbitant charges of the transportation  company operating the road. This winter everything will b(  changed.  Today the "bran' new" City of Kaslo  held a conclave ��������� for , the purpose of  nominating municipal officers for the  first term. The interest in the nominations was naturally lessened to a  considerable degree by a knowledge of  the fact that there, was not an overabundance of citizens in the town who  possessed all the qualifications necessary to render them eligible to the positions. Retiming officer Retallack ' was  on deck bright and early to register all  names placed in nomination. About  ten o'clock someone dropped and suggested that Bob Green would make a  good mayor, and shotly after George  Kane was placed against him. For  aldermen were named Sam Green, A.  McKay, Tom Devlin, Al Cameron, and  Dave Kane.  As no other   names   were   placed   in  nomination against these gentlemen, the  Returning Officer declaed them  elected.,  by acclamation.  PEOULIAE BANKING  Unearthed   l������y  Contractor McGillivray continues to  push along the work on the Nakusp and  Slocan. R. Marpole, assistant-superintendent of the C. P. R. was over the line  last week, and the report published in  the Muster that the road would be put  through to Three. Forks with as little  delay as possible is being verified. Next  spring will see the mines of the Slocan  with a railroad into their very center.  The Revelstoke & Arrow Lake road,  the connecting link in the C. P. R. system  is also in the hands of Contractor  McGillivray, and although but half of  the line is at present let out on contract  the completion of the road is so manifestly necessary that it too will be built  without materal delay.  Kanlc   Examiner Roberts   In  Spokane City.  W. B. Roberts, receiver for,the Washington Savings bank, filed a suit in the  superior court a few days ago against  'the Washington National bank  for the  recovery of securities and notes of- the,-  value ot\abqut $100,000, and asks for am  injunction to restrain the defeiident  bank from secreting or otherwise disposing of the securities and notes referred to. a  The complaint recites that F. E.  Goodall was treasurer and managing  agent of tlie Washington Savings bank  as well as cashier and managing ay-ent  of theWashington National bank  period of over two years, both  banks of discount.  for   a  being  WILL IMPE0VE IT  EE0EIVING- A EEOEIVEE  THE SEWEE  Whieh Xelson  he  Great Bargain can be had for Cash.  BAKER   STREET,  JNTELSCXN".   B. C.  .Pudge Hohan Fails to Outwit the   Wily Captain of the Steamer Idaho.  An interesting and complicated case  grovvingout of an attempt to put the  steamer State of Idaho into the hands of  a receiver has arisen and is now pending at the Ferry.  During the construction of the vessel  at Bonner's Ferry the Holly  Hardware  Company sold the owner of the boat  $2,000 worth of hardware on credit, and  a little more than half of that sum is  still due. The hardware company commenced proceedings to foreclose a lein  on the boat for the material, aud during  the pendency of the suit applied to District Judge Holeman for the appointment of a receiver for the vessel.  This order was granted and Judge  John Hoban was named receiver. After  qualifying he awaited the arrival of the  vessel from Kaslo, and boarded her,  claiming the management under Judge: . , , - ,  Holeman's order. The owners of the Sliant' "'hose phice  vessel were not present, and Receiver  Hoban read the order of his appointment to Capt. Shaw, who appejred to  be in command  of  the   vessel's    crew.  Capt.  Shaw   refused  to  recognize    the      The Bunker Hill  order, and made application to the U. S.   lias resumed  work.  has   Sighed   for   Will  Aeeomplgshed Thing.  Frank Fletcher, the C. P. R. land  commissioner, will at once call for tenders for. the construction of the Ward  Creek sewer, on the completion   of the  sketch and specifications now in course  of preparation.  This matter was brought to the attention of Premier Davie by the Board of  Trade deputation, on the occasion of the  Premier's last visit to Nelson, together  with a numbei* of other matter's, and one  by one they are taking the desired  shape.  Kicking very often brings redress for  grievances; organized kicking is more  fruitful, but the observant murmurs  "there is a tide iu the affairs of men," etc.  etcetra.  The Officers oi* the Consumers' Water Works  Conspjuiy <jJet. a .Wove on.  Reliable information has been received  to the effect that the Consumers' Water  Works company's system is to be put in  first-class order.  The mains are all to be enlarged, and  put down to a sufficient depth so that  the frost may -not affect them. The  work is to be undertaken at once.  LITTLE LOCALS.  MINING NOTES  The estimated value of the gold  out-  the  put of Cripple Creek,  Colorado, for  present year is placed at $2,500,000,  The reports of the Kettle River gold  strikehave not been verified as yet,  although there are many in the Boundary district who accept them as gospel.  Marcus Oppenheimer, the pioneer   mer-  of business was at  Marcus, and who is well known throughout the country, credits the story of the  J. E. Boss of Spokane, is in town.  Brer' John Houston is back from the  coast.  G. B. Wright is up from a trip along  the Pend d' Oreille.  Dr. S. A. Metherell, one of the N. & F.  S. physicians, is spending a few days iu  town.  H. T. Wilgriss, C. P. R. paymaster on  the Pacific Division, was in town this  week.  Fred J. Squire, has received the balance of his winter consignment of s.iit-  ings and worsteds. His stock is now the  most complete in the district.  The photo-topographical survey party  under Mr. Drury, got tired of viewing  civilization at a long range and took a  run into town during the week.  Rev. T. H. Rogers has returned to  Nelson for a few weeks prior to taking  his departure for Nanaimo where he  contemplates making a short stay.  The religious services in connection  with the Methodist church in this city  will be held in the school house at the  usual hours on Sunday, pending the  erection of the new church.  find of gravel  shovel.  running 25   cents   to   the  commissioner, Bartlett Sinclair, for an  order to arrest the receiver on the ground  that he was interfering with the boat  without legal authority. The order was  made and Receiver Hoban  was   taken  and Sullivan mine  It means a great  deal to Wardner, Idaho. George Bent  is announced as the new superintendent and he purposes putting about 300  men on the pay roll at $'3 per day for  undei'ground work.  Sitrveyinli a Tramway.  Engineer Harvey is just at present  engaged in inspecting the Silver King  and preparing plans for the carrying on  of the future development of  the   mine.  A. S. Farwell and a party of men are  engaged in locating a train line down  Toad Mountain from the mine. Mr,  Neilson, one of the directors of the company, is expected to arrive during the  coining week. After his arrival a considerable amount of work may de done.  1 :iA?  : !��������� ���������   ���������:  ���������������������..!,'  V'i  ir- *���������  f-i-.  J'l:  V  It  2  '" r-^-^P'-'^HTPrTTTp-ir  THE MINER,  MErSONrB  ...������������������i^i������i....Limi.i.i...i niinimnf  ' Jil Til* RiW fff^BT  aamawsasmacxsa  A BEOKEK  LED&E  "Turns   them  to shape, and   gives   to  airy  nothincj a local    habitation and a name.���������Shake's.  #  *4ii>ii'������ t: ���������'Tii'Tv^vtna  .���������������n:.T.JTI.J .^mJU.Jvrj^jj  Man is   naturally a lazy animal. Training and   necessity   may occasionaly succeed in overcoming to some  extent   his  inordinate love of  loafing, ambition  to  secure a position   superior to that of his  neighbor may keep him   at  work   for a  period, but in one way and  another the  suppressed nature   comes   out, asserting  itself  more   vigorously for   being so repressed.    As  a tribe or nation advances  from thestateof barbarity its inventions  multiply, and in support of my original  proposition may be noted the  fact  that  nine tenths of these   inventions   maj* be  traced directly to a desire to save  work  in   some   way.    Year's   ago   a man got  tired of carving out theleiters on a large  A'block  of  wood, from   which   to   print a  ���������   page, and   from   his  desire  to  escape a  disagreeable job came the idea of   moveable t ypes.'  V .^OVJ,p  i  J  3sr  A- new Railway  under Construction  Buy before Me Market rises in the Railway  Centre   and  Sed^  ���������.'���������������������������/'������������������^  Choice Building and  REBATE ALLOWED FOR THE ERECTfOW OF GOOD BUILDINGS  Also lots for Sale  in     NAKUSP DAWSON and ROBSON.  .App!y_for Prices, Maps, etc, to '.<���������.������������������     ',  FRANK FLETCHER, Land CommissionerC. & K. L'y. Co., Nelson, JBlC.  Up   to  this   time   the learning of the  world   had   been   practically   tied  up in  manuscripts, too valuable  from the laborious  nature   of  the  production    to be  within the reach of the  masses.    Under  the  new   order  of  things, these   manuscripts could be multiplied at will to any  extent.   Men who before had shut themselves and theii ideas up from the world  which ! hey had felt they could not reach  now began   to   command  a  larger  audience, and books  and  pamphlets   multiplied.    The world awoke from its stupor  and   begcin   to   think.    Then  to   wonder  what  others wer*e  thinking  about, and  how   they   lived   and   what they  were  doing.    Demands   usually   meet  with a  demand in time, and one  day some gossiping  printer   collected  all  the   bits of  news and stray ideas let fall by the shifting crowd in his favorite tavern, strung  them   together  iu   some  quaint fashion  and occasiomilly printed a little pamphlet filled   with   them.    The  ancestor*  of  the newspaper   so   saw the light of day.  and carrying an added weight ��������� from  man's proneness to think the -worst of  his fellow man, its power for evil may  hardly be over-estimated.  Into the most sacred recesses of a  man's private life, crawl, these character  killers, carying little for truth, only desirous of a sensation. That they must  have at all -hazards. Their readers  demand it. There comes to mind a case  in point. Down on the coast is published  a journal, the special mission of which  is to pry. One department specialh*  devotpd to gossip bears the sounding  title: "I must have liberty.   -Withal a;  no more serious menace can be conceived  than this is, and will prove to be to  either a community or.a country. ������  It must not he .supposed that this loye  of back-biting  and   character-killing is  confined to   " the world,- the>'.fresh,' and  the   devil."    Itomust - have    been   after  atfending.a religious conven(ion of some  kind, that the   old scribe re marked sarcastically, "How   beautiful" it is for brethren   to   dwell   together in harmony,"  As   one   not   much   given- to   an extra  I amount of piety, I have often wondered  why the most biftei* judges of the fallow  men  are  those   pretended  followers of  hxrqn  a  charter as the wind, to blow on   Him   who   said "Judge   not  lest  ye be  whom I please."    The  wind has a habit   *iudFed*"    There   art\ so   many   "right  of blowing on   the  high  and  low alike,   ways,"-and  so   many   who   think   they  this man's charter seemsto'take him no   have ^ exclusive Patent .on   the "only  way,'v but demand that awful punishments shall be meeted out to travellers  along any  other* 'road, that  one grows  IWWS. URAKT AB-'H'IJCATIOX.-  NOTICE   OF  APPLICATION.  further than an occassional kickai. the  under dog. As a sample of the good  usually accomplished by this, man may  be cited the following:. A  In those old days running a newspaper  was regarded as a most tremendous  affair, requiring unusual talent,  profound wisdom, and something  almost in the nature of a " call " to the  position. Some even went so far as to  advance the idea that " the heaven-born  mission" of journalism is; to educate and  elevate the masses, and the masses  accepted the idea and often showed  quite a becoming desire to be "educated  and elevated." ~ ' A -fountain however  may not rise higher than its source, and  it did not require the lapse of many  generations before those in charge of the  papers discovered that to be successful  they .must be willing to follow as well as  lead. The members of a certain community demand certain things of a'newspaper,-and���������they usually get them.  J. W. Prentis had been keeping books  for the B. C. Cattle Co.', and being the  possessor of an excellent voice he was  naturally enough attached to one.of-the  city church choirs. He for some reason  best, known to himself left Victoria  rather hurriedly without conveying in  due form to this Censor the why and  wherefore. The next week the man  with the "charter" blew on him as a  "psalm-singing defaulter," and proceeded to damn him as completely as lay in  "its" power. The man was down-  therefore fair game. Now it comes out  that Prentis' accounts were all right,  and some private .matters may have  caused him to leave town. All of this is  overlooked by he of the "charter." He  is too busy blowing his poisoned breath  on some other unfortunate.  Blue -Jay Minek.al Claim :  New Denver Minining District.    \  .rpAKE-,NOTICE THAT WE, R. E. LEMON,  .-*vfrco minor's certificate No. 49,312, and Scott.  McDonald, .free miner'* certificate No: <t(i,l25, intend sixty days from date hereof to apply to the  Gold Commissioner, for a certilicate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining' a Crown  Grant, of Lhe above claim.  ,. ,-' A ���������  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to tho Mining Recorder, and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements. V.-V-,  Dated' this first day of August, IS93.  .  -. ,  NOTICE.  >T OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A. S.  F Alt WELL, as agent for Oliver Duranfc .and  Alex I-f. Tar.bct, has filed the necessary papers,  and,made application for Crown,grants in favor  of the'" " Centre Star' and "Idaho" mineral  claims, situated about.live miles west from the  Town of Trail. Adverse claimants will forward  their objections within GO days from the date of  thispublication.    '  A   N.  FITZSTUBBS.  Gold Commissioner.  Nelson, B. C, Sept. (Jth, lSiJo. V  TliS.ftXSJS'OJit'rAYS'JK.V.'rBSIK T.MSsVj'IS  discouraged at times.  In  these  days  of  rapid  living,  rapid  thought, and ceaseless hustle and bustle,  a  daily  newspaper   that fails to give its  readers a fairly  good   idea of the major  events  that  happen   in   the  world that  .. day   would  be 'regarded as   behind the  times entirely.     The "heaven-born mission " has  degenerated  into  a scramble  for. sheckles,   though strangely enough  the old fiction of "elevating" the masses  is maintained to a considerable  degree.  Along with man's inate  love  of  loafing  and neglecting his own  business, nature  to retain   the   required equilibrium,-has  endowed   him with  a  special  weakness  for-'prying .into   and   attending   to  the  affairs   of other's.     Under-standing  this  'craving  it  is  not surprising that newspapers have come fco encroach more and  more  on   the  domain   of   private life in  their endeavor to pander to this taste.  In thinking over all  this I naturally  sought for a reason.    It was not hard to  find.    Man's   inhumanity to   man.    The  feeling  that   breeds   creatures,    mental  harpies,   happy   only   when   preying on  the fair names of another.    How prone  most people are to  think the worst, of a  neighbors'  shortcomings, and  to rather  rejoice'when   he  comes down through  some,  misstep.     This   taste  for scandal  carries  the  poisoned  half-hints,   of the.  veteran   gossip   on    its    death   dealing  rounds   against   some   fair   reputation,  which  withers  and  perishes as though  stricken  with   a   blight���������and " nobody  said a word."   A  wink, and a nod, and  an   eloquent,  pause has lent to many an  expression in itself innocent, the venom  to deal life-long misery.    This is a rapid  age.    Everything  must  be   done   in   a  hurry.    I   hope   this   pressure   will   be  crowded on until everyone will  be   compelled,   for   want   of    time,    to   attend  strictly  to   their own   affairs.    What a  mountain   of human    misery has   been  builded from leisure, time.  .Many have, and now are waiting for  a new religion. A religion which in  practice will cover with the broad  mantle of charity, the. weakness it is  striving to, cure, instead of blazoning  them abroad in church squabbles, pulpit  fights, sewing-circle scandals, and tea-  party tattle. A religion in which the  ministers and the people will be too  busy seeking for souls to save, aud good  to do, to call each other names. A religion  and a. faith that will be in practice more  than in preaching, that will help fallen  man up, instead of pushing him down ;  a church from which the surest road to  excommunication will he to speak evil  of another. When this church conies  along (here are many who will have a  call.   JBT0TE8 PEOM TROUT LAKE..  Showery weather still prevails, alternating with frosty nights, making camping out unpleasant.  Two large landslides occurred on the  southern range last Friday. The roar  could be heard distinctly at a distance  of eight miles.  Hugh Brown left last week for his  former home at Whatcom, Washington,  where he expects to be able to interest  certain capitalists in the Trout Lake  district.  Messrs. Cleveland and Beeton have  not been heard from for so long that it  is supposed- that they'and their pack  trains have, been carried away by the  torrent at Three Mile creek and have all  perished. No bodies have as yet been  found by the searchers.  The crowd of placer miners continues  to increase, though up to the present  time nothing definite has been learned  as to their success.  WOTsOE.  "T^TOTICE is hereby given that Frank Fitch,,as  -*-^J agent for Maxwell Stevenson, lias filed the  necessary papers, (and made application for a  Crown Grant in favor of the .'* Highlander "mineral claim. ' ���������  The "Highlander" is situated about half a  mile south of Ainsworth, and one-quarter of a.  mile from Kootenay Lake. '���������"���������--'.'  Adverse claimants will forward their ob.jec  Lions within sixty clays from, the date of this  publication. ������������������''  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Gold Commissioner.  Nelson, 13. C, Aug. 23,1S93. Aug 2(J  NOTICE.  MINERAL ACT,  1S93.  Notice of Application for Certificate of  improvements. ���������-  "Jay Gould", Mineral Claim.  rpAKE notice'that I, as agent for the Shafer  -*- Gold and Silver Mining Company, free-  miner's certificate No. 43,(MO, intend, sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and.action  commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  THOMAS JOHNSON.  Dated this ISth day of August, 1S93,  Ainsworth, li. C. Aug 20  NOTSGE.  RAILWAY  The Cheapest aud Most Direct Eoute,  Prom HELSOJT, KASLO and all Kootenay  Points  To the PAGIPIO COAST and to the EAST.  TKAI.VS   'TO .ASl" 'g<"SS4>.H    XSaSW.**    .B������A!LY.  Direct-Connection at Robson every  .'('nesil'iy, ThtJiwljiy  :ua<5 S:)f.]ir<I-ty Evening*,  With  Steamer for Rkvklstokk, where connection is made with  Canadian Pacific Eastbound  ond Westbound through trains.     ': '   ��������� '  Through Tickets' Issued, a  BAGGAGK CUKqiClSD.TO DESTINATION,.  No Customs Difficulties.  Equipment Unsurpassed, combining'Palatial  Dining and Sleeping Cars, Luxurious Day Coaches, Tourist Sleeping Cnrs and Free Colonist  Sleeping Cars.  For information as to rates, time,etc., apply  to nearest agent.  .9. SI,4.1111 3/b'<V.V, Agent, NELSON,  Or to ������;s;������.VtHcE;. BEKOYV.-V,  District Passenger, Agent, Vancouver.  "T^T OTICE  -L���������     FAR\  "The   freedom   of   the press must be  maintained"   is   a cry. raised in the old  days   when   there   were   tyrants   to be  withstood, and oppressor's to overthrow.  It   meant   the   liberty to champion the  cause of right, struggling   as   it always  does   at   sometimes,   in   the   minority.  While the liberty of   the   press is being  fought for and maintained by leading  journals, the world over, there has crept  in on the borders of legitimate journalism, a set of sheets which confound  liber.tj'- with license, and find their chief  success in catering to a morbid desire for  " the shady side." Newspaper* criticism,  rightly handled can be made one of the : abandoned villain out of jail, where by  most valuable aids in maintaining the ; the way he ought to be. This has devel-  integrity of a community, and its social oped to such a degree that it requires no  and political uprightness. Wrongly little self-sacrifice and devotion to pub-  handled it becomes dangerous in the lie interest on the part of an honest and  extreme.  Commanding a large audience   capable man to enter the arena.    Surely I  .This same feeling pervades the political world until "politics" has become  almost synonomous in the .minds of  many, with "mud-slinging." A man  may he an honest citizen, and a capable  business man so long as he is content to  leave the management of political affair's  to the "professionals." But let him  grow indignant at the gross bungling  and rascality of the machine, ancl determine to enter the lists, and endeavor* to  straighten things out a bit, and he will  be surprised fo wake up some morning  and discover by the " organ" of the  gang, that he is without doubt the most  NOTICE.  IS IIEKEBY GIVEN THAT A. S.  .WELL, as agent for the Josephine  Mining Company, has filed the necessary papers  and made application for a Crown grant in favor  of the " Josephine" mineral claim. The "Josephine" is a northerly extension of the "Highland,"  Lot 2;38, Group 1, and is situate about 2h miles  north-west from Ainsworth. Adverse claimants  will forward their objections within GO days from  the date of thispublication.  N.  FITZSTUBBS,  Gold Commissioner.  Nelson, B.C., July 20th, 1803.  MINERAL. "ACT, "1893.  Notice of application for Certificate of  Improvements.  '" Shafer " Mineral Claim.  rg"iAKE notice that I, as agent for the Shafer  ���������������������������'���������*- Gold and Silver Mining Company, free  miner's certificate No. 43,010, intend sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  THOMAS JOHNSON.  Dated this 18th day of August, 1S33,  Ainsworth, B. C. Aug 2(5  NOTSCE.  COLUMBIA   &  KOOTSFAY  STEAM   NAV,   CO.  ('limited)  C. .      ' ���������  ������������������; ���������  TIBViE   CARD   'NO.   8.  '  NOTEOE  Notice of Application for Certificate of Improvements.  Wellington Mineral Claim.  np AKt: NOTICE THAT I, AS AGENT FOR  -"- the Kootenay & Columbia Prospecting and  Mining Company Limited, free miner's certificate  No. M,2!)8, intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  EDWARD WATTS  Dated this first day of August, 1893. Aug 5  MINERAL ACT,  1S93,  Notice of application for Certificate of  Improvements.  "Bobtail" Mineral Claim.  rip AKE notice that I, as agent for the Shafer  J- Gold and Silver Mining Company, free-  miner's certificate No. 43,(M0, intend sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  THOMAS JOHNSON  Dated this ISth day of August, 1S93.  Ainsworth, B. C. Aug 2(3  NOTICE.  -ftTTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIXTY  -^ dajrs from date hereof I intend to apply for  a Crown grant to the " Etna mineral claim  situated on Toad Mountain, West Kootenay District. This application will be made under clause  35, " Mineral Act, 1891."  Copies of the field notes and plat can be scon at  the office of the Goverhment agent, Nelson.  CHARLES VAN NESS.  Nelson, B.C., July 10th, 1893. 158-8  INTO.EFFECT  SUNDAY,   AUGUST  13,   1S93.  REVELSTOKE ROUTE  Str. COLUMBIA connecting with Canadian  Pacific Railway at Revelstoke for all Eastern  and Coast points Leaves Robson���������Tuesdays, and  Fridays at 7 p.m.  : ('  Leaves Revelstoke���������Mondays and Thursdays  at 5 a.m.  Passengers from Nelson should take the C. &  K. train leaving at 3 p. m. Tuesdays anil Fridays.  NORTMPORT  ROUTE  Si'KAjtRU COLUMBIA, running in connection with the C. &, K. liailwa.y and the S. F. & N.  Railway between Nelson and Spokane, making  close connection at; Spokane with Northern Paeilic, Great, Northern and Union Pacific for all  points east and west.  Leaves Robson���������Tuesdays and Fridays at  5 a.m.  Leaves NorthporL���������Tuesdays and Fridays at  1 p.m. Passengers for Spokane should take C. &  K. trains leaving Nelson at 3 p. m., on Mondays  and Thursdays.  Tourists from Spokane for Glacier, Banff and.  other C.P.It. resorts make close connection at  Robson with boats for Revelstoke.  KASLO ROUTE  STKAMElt NELSON  Aunday���������Nelson to Kaslo.  Monday���������Kaslo to Nelson and return.  Tuesday���������Kaslo to Nelson.  Wednesday���������Nelson   to   Kaslo,    thence   to  Lardo and return to Kaslo.  Thursday���������Kaslo to Nelson and return.  Friday���������Kaslo to Nelson.  Saturday���������Nelson to Kaslo and return.  Steamer leaves Nelson for Kaslo on Wednesdays  and Saturdays at 8 a. m., and on Sundays,  Mondays and Thursdays at 3 p. in.  Steamer leaves Kaslo for Nelson on Mondays  Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Fridays at 8 a.m.,  and on Saturdays at 3 p.m., connecting with  all trains on tne C. & K. railway to Robson.  The Company reserves the right to change this  schedule at, any time without notice.  For full information as to tickets, rates, etc.,  apply at the  ^HCompany's offices, Nelson, B.C.  J. W. Troup, Manager  MS-*5.  ���������'_.;"'_";;' _--- ~    -   -----    ������������������. ������-'j ---��������� ^~' - - ��������� ���������   -������������������"- j.--. .-��������� -.  *~   ,  . -. >-. ., ��������������������������� ...������������������ -,.^.v -.���������> i____a      - ���������,  ���������   ��������� *. ..      - -  <���������������        j  , i^:.. ^ ,>.' -a* ������������������ ������������������:. ��������� '"-���������"���������.���������.'���������' i * "������. .'   '��������� ���������*^7 r *- >v j; *, ������������������/-..   ." * v-       i ������������������.."��������� '\' ���������> -.'-ssV .,/.-*..���������:���������.���������'>.. -,-\-*rr* v ���������- .r* "^."���������-.������������������-i -. -,1-   ��������������� rYx -*s,-v. ������������. ������������������;������������������ :**���������������������������������_--��������� ������������������*������������������:,!��������� -J;*. :���������&���������.��������� \ - -\T^jp-v'-'V';- ���������* '.���������i--1!.- ������������������'���������y*' *-v-"-   ���������*���������**���������-������������������'- <7"-4*i -i-.w.'.  :,-: ."'"j'i >-.��������������� *������������������*������-'������������������;>���������  :���������.*,   v.-V ���������-.-,.,.;"   ���������*������-- -t^.'' *'f,'-^ ���������>���������-���������;,.>.., -..C^'.* *���������������-. i.> ,.,.-���������.���������/..".'.  ,"v..f *���������.** ^.,-i?',^y. ������l'.'J.,...* -y. \* .,".;'���������*-. -. ,������'-j ���������.-��������������� \l.. ��������������������������� ���������������,.;'ti-:,.,\vi.-.-;.^"- i-v,-;: ������������������*/**-.��������� v./iv.*!*' *���������:#-. ���������^J.'v.i-:.. >v-J,r ,:-*f.'--'''.1".'*:.,^7,  -,���������������������������������������������;      ;������.   ."   "���������    ������������������������������������. ���������*!'��������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������i :-���������--^ ���������-, ���������.(.., r.***'' jf *���������-.' '��������� ������������������ "���������"'''Kv-J"V*J." ������������������'���������''"     ��������������� "T'-y ���������"-���������" ",^,'. ������- ��������� ,\-i' >->s.'^  ���������.:������������������- ���������.-, ���������������������������"V".*''' ��������� ���������  T-,-:''    ���������������'"���������-''.������������������>" .  .���������".���������J;,-'-. ������������������'���������=������ ���������'.*������������������":'������������������,;:������---.-J/-*!i >.���������������-- v .-.. -���������������������������'v.a-* ���������������������������.,.���������' :::<.���������������������������*.��������� .������"-Tin-������c^ j;-!*>���������" ������������������ f  THE MINER,  NELSON,  B. C,  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER  30,  189  '3*  Yr^yg^^^:T"_jfL4;'_rfigi:f.'i:i7';s "������������������"TV ���������-*-" " vmv^n.LHszz ���������^if.'.'Egrirarpsr'.taKBJMir  Ulie Jfcner.  The Miner is printed on Saturdays, provided  the staff is sober, and will be mailed to any  address in Canada or the United States, for  one year on receipt of two dollars. Those  desiring sample copies will secure same on'  receipt of ten cents.  Com'haut Advertisements inserted al the rate  of ������3 per inch, (down the column) per month  and as much more as patrons will stand.    s.  Transient Advertisements inserted at the  rate of 15 cents per line lirst insertion, and 10  ���������cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Advertisements running for shorter periods  than three months is classed transient. ,  QrJACic, Cure-All, Private Remedy, and Ncxt-to-  Purc-Reading-Matter advertisements are not  wanted. A '������������������',,.  Job_. Printing of high merit turned out in short  order.   Prices to match,  Address  The Miner printing & Publishing Co.  nelson/ B.C.  158 tons of ore. This shipment was  composed of thirty tons of Bluebird ore,  fifteen tons from the Dardanelles, and  one hundred and six tons from the Noble  Five. From the assays and trial shipments made from these properties the  shipment should return in the aggregate 50,000 ounces in silver. Not a bad  showing for these dull times.  THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK.  The   Kootenay   District    received  a  visit last week 'from Fred Ooekburn,  Pacific ..Coast'manager for RAG. Dun  & 'A.Co's. Commercial Agency. ..Mr.  Cock burn lhaile the trip in the interests  of 'Eastern Canadian merchants who  have done a -large' credit business with  "West'Kootenay "merchants during the  past, year, and his object was to determine as near as possible, the ability of the  merchants to meet, their obligations  when fyhey������������������ became due.  'A'report of this nature has a, peculiar  sign i iican ce wi th regard- to j a com in u ui ty.  SLOCAN ORES WANTED.  The Selby Lead Works, of San Francisco, have had a representitive in the  Slocan lately making purchases of ore  and contracts for a continuous supply  for his company.  This company furnishes Whittier,  Fuller & Co., one of the largest western,  manufacturers of white lead, with their  raw material. It has been demonstratedc  that the Slocan ores, owing to their  freedom from arsenical and antimonial  compounds, produce a more easily  oxidized pig lead' than they have been  able to secure elsewhere,, it being soft  and easily worked and' producing a superior quality of lead* oxides.  might   be found on  Vancouver   Island  down to the present time.  Though sounding a little like a clipping from a townsite circular, it may be  all right,  though  some   might   wonder  just why the specimens should not show  "indications of permanency," and where  the   gold would  be  distributed if   not  "through the rock."  it.i\'Bi!.\<; Eiorsiis.  BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  BRITISH COLUMBIA  IRON WORKS  (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1862.)  General Founders, Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Manufacturers  of All Classes of Machinery. Sawmill and Marine  Work a   Specialty.  SOLE   tIAXI r.iCTHtCKItS   of   Tin:  THE COMING METAL  -&��������� *-������������������ ���������-���������-'{������������������������t:i  since an adveice report, might be expected to greatly contract, iF not altogether shut ol"f, the credit of the merchants of the district. Everyone in  business in the Kootenay, this year has  been forced to recognize that collections  have been .difficult to . make.' When  .merchants- are' una tile, to .make their  collections it follows that they cannot  meet their own obligations as promtly  as they should.  In the face of such a. state-of'things it  is pleasant to know that the-representative- of,the'eastern creditors will assure  them that the major portion of their  cerdits in the Kootenay are perfectly  safe, and that his report will .tend to  strengthen their confidence in the district and encourage r.hem to increa.se  tlieir volume of   business   with   it.    Mr*.  inquiry  various business enterprises of the district as was possible  during his visit. As a result his own  faith in the country has been fortified,  and his verdict respecting the obiiga-  tibiis "owing to his company's eastern  clients is " It is a li right. It is only a  question of wailing for a little while."  High l* here it may be remarked that  "West Kootenay suffers to a considerable  extent from the disorder common to the  west���������over* speculation. The debt or class  in the west numbers in its ranks a very  large proportion of men whose honesty  cannot be called into question. The  trouble lies in the fact that instead of  applying their ready money to the discharge of their obligations, they launch  it into speculations of various kinds,  speculations in many   instances   hazard-  .V!>i������������ju������ni -������r'Little .Value- -(Jozu-psrii'ctl witu  Kiekel-SSeel.  OAB'ITAL (paid. up). ������<;<HM>0������    .  (With power to increase.)  KKSKJtVE FBJNO,  ������200,000  $������,������������0,000  I, ������������5, *}'{'{  isrEiXjSonsr beaktob:.  Corner of Baker and Stanley streets.  of  Cockburn made as thorough an  concerning the  Edison was asked at his laboratory a  few days ago if aluminum would not  solve many of the. problems of science  when it should ultimately become as  cheap as iron, as it is soon destined  to be.  ������������������������������������ .,..-'- . -.;.,-  .'��������� No," he said, '* there is nothing, in it.  No mutter how cheap it may become, it  will be. of no practical use in  machinery  or construction.  ''Aluminum has no strength.A You  might as well use lead. Its-only-peculiarity, is its lightness, and it will only be  useful in making ornimenlal . objects,  ft has fallen iu price from.some $15 per  po'u'hd to about the cost of brass, 50c per  pound, and it is cheaper than brass  oecause you can get more to the pound.  Having. 11?) strength, this new metal, as  it has been called, is not available for  machinery.  "It cannot be used for* building steain-  gfh, and  at, the .construction of a ship. An. aluminum ship  would nardly be stronger thaii onve made,  out of paper. It only gains strength  when alloyed with some other metal,  like copper.  "Nickel-steel is the coming thing.  It consists, of steel with an addition of  about five per cent, of nickel, which  gives it ductility and increases its hardness and resistance. Steel will crack..  Nickel-steel you cannot crack. Iron you  can bore, but nickel-steel is hard to  bore.  " It will not, however, make the  burglar-proof safe for which the world  has 'been waiting. You can no more  make a burglar-proof safe than an nn-  sinkable ship. .Even with a safe that  can neither be bored or cracked,. the  burglar with a dynamite cartridge has  it at his mercy. No sooner* is some new  resisting substance found than we go to  work and learn how to-destroy it..  "BIR^IISrOIEEIIIHlS =  Canada���������Victoria, Vancouver, New "Wcstmin-  -  ���������,  . ster, Nanaimo.and Kamloops.  United States���������Sa.n; Fran Cisco, Portland, Tacoma, and Seattle.  HEAD OFFICE: GO'Lombard street, LONDON",  England.  AGENTS AND C0EKBSP0NDENTS:  CANADA���������Canadian Bank   of  Commerce  and  branches; Merchants' Bank  of Canada and  branches; Imperial Bank of Canada and bran-  ��������� ches; Molson's Bank -Mid branches; Bank of  Nova Scotia.  UNITED  STATES���������Agents  Canadian IBank of  Commerce, New-Vorx:  Bank of Nova Scotia, Chicago.  Traders'National Bank, Spokane,.  Kendall Band Mill, B. 0. Shingle Machines,  c '  Steam Log Hauling Machines.  Q AVINGS  DEPARTMENT-  DEPOSITS received at $1 and upwards, and  interest allowed (present rate) at "H per cent,  per annum. ,  ��������� ���������  ���������'-:...''���������.���������.      .'./.- .GRANGE V. HOLT,  Nelson,-July 17,1S93.1 Agent.  We keep in stock a full supply of Engineer and Mill Supplies, such as Pipe and Fittings, Brass  Goods, Sheet and other Packing Rubber Valves, Rubber and Leather Belting, Oils,  and Lubricants, etc.  HOISTING ENGINES: and SINKING PUMPS FOE MINES  Oomer Alexander Street and Westminster Ave., VANCOUVER, B., 0.  D.   CARTSVJEL, J. W. 0AMPIG% J. E. W.  MACFARLANE  Agent "West Kootenay. Secretary-Treasurer. Manager  HOTELS.  WATSON,   B. O.  ships because it lacks the strength,  weight does not count  CAB'JTAIi (ittl yna'������3  ssp),. $r.>, 000,000  KES'S',./   /���������'   .   .        .'���������       . 0,000,000  Sir   DONALD  A.   SMITH President  Hon.  GEO. A. DRUMMOND,....Vice-President  E. S. CLOUSTON \. General Manager  Nelson  Branch:   2L W.  Corner Baker and  Stanley Streets.  The TOW.Y OF WATTSO.Y is situated between  Bear and Fish Lakes, on the Kaslo-Slocan  wagon road, 20 miles from Kaslo and 10  milcsfrom New Denver, is the most central  point in Slocan district.  T2se WATSOX BaoTKK. is one of the best kept  houses in the entire Slocan country. The dining room and kitchen are in charge of female  help of experience. The bar is stocked with  the best brands of Liquors and Cigars.  BREMNER   &  WATSON,  r-rtorniETOHS.  MHitU'AL.  SB'OKTBXW ������;OOI>.S.  VANCOUVER ISLAND GOLD  otis. If everything turns out as. expects their creditors are paid, but in many  instances the money so launched out  never conies hack.  THE FIRST ORE TRAIN.  Those who have discredited the claims  of West Kootenay as an ore producing  district must soon be prepared to dismiss their doubts if they are at all  honest.  "Despite the unexpected depression and  the incomplete state of the transportation system, two circumstances which  in the average mining country deter-'  mine its life or death, West _ Kootenay  is shipping-and will continue to ship so  long a,s transportation can be secured  for large quantities of ore..  As chronicled last week, the C. P. R.  with commendable enterprise has  reached out, aud in the face of difficulties of no mean order has secured the  bulk if not all of this work. Several  shipments have been made by way of  Kelson over the (J. P. 11. system to the  smelters of Tacoma and   San Francisco.  This week however witnessed the departure of the first ore train from the  district, and if the Mixpr has been correctly informed, the first to leave the  province.    It moved out of Nelson  with  ECaiiuor.s of a Discovery of JCicIt '^uairlx Xcar  ESiwaK'iives Creek.  News has been received from the  coast of a strike of gold bearing quartz  on Vancouver Island. Nothing verv  definite is known regarding the particulars as yet.    The Victoria Colonist gives  e  Branches in London (England), New York  and  Chicago and in the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell sterling exchange and cable tranfers.  Grant commercial and travelers' credits, available in any part, of the world ;  Drafts issued; Collections made; Etc.  "savings bank branch. '  Rate of interest at present 3i per cent.  C. ARTHUR, A.M., M.D.,  PHYSICIAN,   Etc.,  CORONER  FOR WEST  KOOTENAV,      ,  Oflice over Nelson Drug Store,  West Baker street,  Nelson, B.C.  LaBAU,   M.-D.,  Physician and Surgeon.  Rooms.3 and I,   Houston Block,  Nelson, B.C.  Telephone   42.  SVK\KY1SU.  J\.B  3.  GOING,  uuns  the following account of the new find:  Letters received from Alberni state  that assays made; from quartz taken  from the tunnel in the Golden Ragle,  the discovery claim, resulted in a return  of $600 in gold per ton. Assays made at  the government office in Victoria from  samples secured by Mr*. Oarmichael on  his visit to the mine, have given as high  as $2,000 per ton.  The assay of rock from the ledge  located by Frank McQuillan at the head  of lliwatchees Creek, also gave large  returns.  There is considerable excitement, in  Victoria over the discoveries, and many  prospector's, professional and amateur*,  have, left for* the field for- the purpose of  locating a claim. There arc several  practical mine owners and mining men  in the city at the present time who have  seen the various ore specimens in the  possession of Mr. H, Saunders, and all  pronounce the ore to be remarkably  good, and say that it has every indication of permenency, the goid being  distributed through the rode.  Nothing more definite, has been  learned than the information obtained  from Mi*. Carmichael's visit, except the  reports from assays and various reports  about Frank NcQuillarr's find. Tie is  said to be making good pay by the  primitive mortar and pestle process.  Mining men generally concede that  there is good reason for* believing that  a rich gold quartz country has been  discovered.  In addition to the above, the  Colonist  goes at length into the matter,   ranging  from   the ancient   history of  the    first  man who thought it possible  that   gold  <a. unci n  f2.i>  the month of La France  Creek. The Lake Port  and Outlet to the Famous St. Mary's River  and the White Grouse  Country.  Seven Miles from the Pilot  Bay Smelter, and 125  miles from Bonner's  Ferry on the G-reat  Northern   Railway.  A Limited Number- of Lots  are now on the Market  m the above Townsite.  Winchester Rifles in 3S-56, 40-65,  40-82, 45-70; 45-90, and 50-110 calibers with  octagan barrel, price, ������18.00.  Winchester 1-iifles in 44 calibres  either model of 73 or '72, price $16.00'with  cctfigan, or ������15.00 with round barrel.  Marlin .Rifles, model of '89, with  octagan barrel, 44 calibre, price ������18.00  Marlin Rifles, model '03, 38-55 calibre, octagan barrel, case-hardened mountings, price ������20.00.  Tisdall & Greener shot guns.  Newhouso, Ilawley and Norton's  bear, beaver, aud other traps.  Rogers' Hunting Knives.  CIVIL   ENGINEER   AND   PROVINCIAL  LAND   SURVEYOR.  Houston Block,  Nelson.  B.  C.  A������i ixi.N <;  VAUCOUVEB,  B. C.  F.   BLEDSOE,  EXAMINER    OF   MINES,'  Nelson-,  B.C.  twenty years' experience in the  152-52 american camps.  C.  CAM PBELL-JOHNSTON  (of. Swansea, India, and tlie United StaUs.)  METALLURGIST, ASSAYER,  AND  MINrXG  ENGINEER  Properties reported on. All assays undertaken.  Furnaces and concentrating plants planned  and erected. Treatment for ores given. Ores  bought and sold.   Box 731,Vancouver. B. C.  S.   DAVYS.  MTNIXG   ENGINEER,  AND ASS AVER.  i:i:eb.i������b.\<; .ibatecikiai,  f)?E SUBSCRIBER HAS  S'/OCK or en roi tie from  Coast :  Ofliees Victoria Street-.  NKLSON, B. C.  IN  the  .u'<"rioM-:i--ics.  w.  P.  ROHIXSO.V.  GKNKI'AL  1 Carload Glass,  Paints and Oils.  2 Carload Sash  and E>oors.  2  Carload Dry  Clear Eir  Elooring; 4-  inc/i.  I  Carload Dry Clear Eir Ceiling, 4 inch  I  Carload Eactoiy  Cedar,  A  Lumber  AUCTIONEER  NELSON.   B.C.  \\'AN*rr:n���������Consignments of Household Goods,  Surplus Stock. I0tc, for Auction.  J 'rompt returns.  All business transactions strictly confidential.  Etc., as usual.  Prices $50, and $75. Terms  third Cash, balance in  6 and 12 months without interest.  Apply to  W. H. WAL3Y, Kaslo.  B. H. LEE, Maryville.  C. HAMBER; aim. Agent.  Nelson, B. C. nelson and kaslo  i  NELSON  4n   Immense   Stock of   Common  j TTfjiTjTT ���������y i VVVT)  HITI^TlTPn  ���������     Shingles,    Laths,    Mouldings, i [j] If Hill   Q;U[ ^^\] MAdLIIO  W3LSOFM  G.  O. Buchanan,  Kootenay Lake  SazvmilL  &   WILLIAMSON,  '���������KOI'IMIOTORS.  HAT AND   GRAIN FOE SALE.  Omnibus and carriages to and from all trains and  steamboat, wharves. Saddle and pack animals  fur hire. Freight hauled and all kinds of job  learning attended to.  Q"able on Baker Street.   Office with Wilson & Perdue  !fr;V  ���������-���������* '. ^   ���������    ...if  rTT'  ���������f  ���������FnT'  i\  1  ^ ��������� if   ���������������������������������������������i- tfrm  5'7-  *-,W V  '?>  J. t~" _���������' r  4  [���������li:  ���������IT  1*1  fii-  if  i#  it  E8  if  THE OOUrlGIL MEETING  From the Kaslo Examiner of October 9th. 1893.  The first meeting of the first  municipal council was held in'th������:. government  oHiiees this afternoon in the presence of  as many citizens as  the  limited space  would accommodate. .,. ������������������  The Mayor in his inaugural address  complimented tlie Aldermen," as representatives of the citizens, for their  tireless endeavor* to secure incorporation  and personally for their individual'merit  which had prompte&'the- citizens' to so  honor them as to elect them to be their  first representatives in the new municipality.  He then called their attention to the  fact that as the municipality had but  recently been called into existance their  labors would necessarily be arduous, as  upon 'them would devolve the duty of  froming such by-laws as would best  conserve and protect the commercial,  educationaland other material interests  of the new municipality, known as the  city of Kaslo (cheers and applause).  With this fact in mind he desired if  possible, to expedite matters to the best  of his ability; and to this end had. a few  suggestions to make which he desired  the council to duel}1- consider.  " In looking over the Municipal Act I  find there is one clause which I think  should be removed, and I would suggest  that the council memorialize the provincial government to have the same  stricken from the act. ft deals with the  property qualifications of any'candidate'  for mayoralty -honors; requiring' him to  have value in property of not less than  $500 above any registered judgement or  chattel mortgage. Such a stipulation I  consider a heavy elog on I he wheels of  Kaslo's municipal machinery, and -one  which cannot but deter many of our  leading citizens from accepting positions  of trust and honor on the -municipal,  board.. ��������� A  " I would also suggest that the members of the council-withdraw all confidence and support from the provincial  government until such time as all bills  contracted in connection with the Kaslo  wagon road be settled in full by he  government, and that body shows a  more satisfactory indication of its intention to continue such a line of policy in  the future.  "I consider it advisable to pass a bylaw authorising the appropriation of  $1,000 iu aid of the Kaslo-Slocan railroad. Such sum to be expended as follows: Five hundred dollars . for the  engaging of a skilled clairvoyant, whose  duty it shall be by the science known as  telepathy, or other similar processes, to  discover by the reading of the inner  consciousness of President Hendray,  just wbr .'���������circumstances will justify."  The remaining $500 shall be expended in  securing the services of an additional  working force on the right, of way, as the  present man is reported to be very lonesome.  "��������� It would also be advisable for the  council to officially recognize the consideration shown by the railroad company in humanely erecting a "waiting  room," and at the same time consider  the advisability of making a further appropriation  under  this   head,   for   the  THE  MINER,  NELSON,  IB.  graphical surveys within the limits of  this municipality, under a penalty of  $500 fine for the. first offence,', and one  year's imprisonment without the option  of a fine upon a second conviction.  "A home,for destitute and infirm real  estate agents is also needed. A by-la,w  should be passed during the present  year authorising the appropriation of  $10,000 for the erection and maintain-  enceof such an institution. Members of  the council are of course aware that  there are many of those in the  coin in im-  C, SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER  ;o,  189  ity completely undermined'- in their  physical and mental condition, through  being obliged to carry their ''before  breakfast earnings" around with them  for several hours before the bank opened.  These men are deserving of the public  attention and should receive it.  "A by-law should also be framed with  provisions l-estricting Nelson merchants  from making more than  one collecting  tour during a period of twelve  months-  such tour.to be of a duration not exceeding twenty four hours; and to   be made'  only during the months  of July   and  August,when  the   climatic    conditions  are   most   favorable   to   camping   out.  Applications for license  to   make such  tours shall be made to the  mayor,   who  shall give one months notice of intention  of granting such collecting license,  said  license not to become   valid   until   the  consent of the council is obtained.  " In conclusion I would suggest that  a by-law be passed appropriating $50 to  defray the expense of cabling to Hon.  ~W. E. Gladstone a resolution of our entire approval of his home rule policy,  and the assurance of our continued  support."  A hearty round of applause attended  the close of the mayor's remarks,   after  which the senior member of the council  thanked the mayor on behalf of his  colleagues for his friendly greeting,   and  complimented him  on  the many   suggestions which he had made to the council, and assured him that they would  receive due consideration,  and   doubtless acted upon   in  a manner  not  only-,  satisfactory to the mayor and council  but to the municipality at large.  The council then adjourned.  .������;���������  IVe have the largest and best assorted Stock of  Groceries; Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,  Crockery and Glassware, in the Kootenay District,  and as we sell for cash only, we can afford to sell at  frices which defy competition. Call andprov.e this for  yourself.':   v   v::    ,-.--;  Telephone 27. 7, 9, and 11 East Vernon Street, NELSON, B.C.  providing of the said waiting room  with hot and cold "water attachments,  sleeping accommodations, and all other  conveniences for* those of the citizens  who propose making a prolonged wait.  "It is also advisable to frame a by-law  regulating the charges of the wharfage  companies. The scale of charges is a  matter for the committee, but i have  outlined a scale which may assist you in  determining the charges:  Nelsoir Merchandise,  per  ton .������3.00  Merchandise, otber points, per   ton 1.00  To Walking over Wharf with  light  Bundle 1.00  To Walking over Wharf with heavy  Bundle 1.2o  Infants in arms and valises, oxtra 50  "The facilitation   of real   estate   pur.  chases  is also  desirable,  and a  by-law  authorising  the expenditure   of   $5,000  to secure   the   services   of   two   skilled  aeronauts would be a  good  investment.  These  would   act   in   concert   with   real  estate agents desirous of showing intending purchasers   adjacent  realty, and   to  convey suhurban residents between their*  homes and  the  business centers of the  city.    Also,   in   view   of   the   fact   one  Drury is   now   in    this   section   making  photo-topographical surveys for the provincial government., it might be well for*  the council to   pass   such   a   by-law   as  would deter him from   carrying  out  his  Tlie Prince and the Steward,  The Crown Prince of Austria, who is  making a tour of the world, took in the  scenic beauties of the trip down the.  Columbia from Revelstoke a short time-  ago. The Prince is travelling " in-cog "  and everywhere refused public attention.  During the trip on the steamer an incident occurred which gave the Prince's  aid-de- camp a shock which he will long  remember. It was lunch time, and the  Prince's retinue were standing behind  their chairs waiting for the Prince to  seat himself, when the steward of the  steamer, thinking that the foreigners  were travelling with an excessive, "store  of modesty, sang out encouragingly;  "Sit down! sit down!! anywhere 'where  you like."  A SatisfacJor.y {'loan-up.  The clean-up recently made at the  Van Winkle mine resulted in $2,500 for  a twenty days run. This is considered  very satisfactory by the owners as they  were troubled with a shortage of water  caused by the cold weather.  Perry' Prospectors' Map of  West Kootenay.  Showing the Mining-Camps  of Kaslo, Slocan, Kelson  Ainsworth, Trail-Creek  and Lardean.     .    ^  TFEIER Mm.  Pocket Form, $3.50.  W.  A.  JOWETT  Auctioneer and Commission Agent.  KEPttESENTINO  tfo. 1, JOSEPHINE STREET,  NELSON, B. 0.   .  The Confederation Life Association, the Phoenix Fire*  Insurance Company, and the Provident Fund Accideuft;  Society ; alsoo the Sandy Croft Foundry Company, riear-  Chcstcr, England,, makers of all kinds of mining machinery, air compressors, rock breakers, stamps, etc.  '" A������  ��������� Adjoining the government townsite of Nelson  With a rebate for buildings erected.   The best residential  property in Nelson, values sure to increase.   Apply  W. A. .Jowett,: agent for Nelson and district,  or Innes & Richards, Vancouver, B.C.  W.  A.  JOWETT,  AT  3125.00  UPWARDS.  Milling aid Real E.fcato Brokers, Auctioneers and Commission Agent.  It is reported that the recording office  at Rock Creek B: C, has taken in $145  in a half day on records in the new gold  district. Oyer $2,000 of nuggets was  brought into Rock Creek and exchanged  there by Chinamen. \,  SALE OF LOTS  IN   THE  TOWN OF NELSON  nefarious   and  photo-topo-  "VTOTICE is hereby giveu that a public auc  -^ tion sale of lots in the town of Nelson,  West Kootenay District, will be held at the Government Oflice, Nelson, on Saturday the fourteenth day of October next, at 12 noon, the follow  ing lots:  Block XVI, Lots 15, 1(5, 20, 21, 22.  XXVI, Lots 1, 2, 11, 12.  "      XXXIV, Lots 1, 2, II, 12.  XLII, Lots 5, G, !), 10, 11, 12.  XLIV, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9,10.  XLIV(c) Lots 1, 2, 3, 4.  XLVII Lots 1, 2, 11, 12.  XCIII, Lots 4, 7, 8.  Each lot will be sold subject to the erection of  a building of not less than ������250 value within  three months from the date of sale. Any purchaser failing to erect such building within the  stipulated period shall forfeit his deposit and the  sale will be cancelled.  Terms, one-third cash, and the balance in six  and twelve months, with interest at the rate of 6  per cent perannum.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands  and Works.  A recently finished, well-  equipped hotel at' Duncan City  erected on two of the best lots  in the townsite,. for sale or to  lease.  Any one desiring the property can have immediate possession. .  For te.tms apply to,  C. HAMBER,.  Nelson,  B. C.  The first copies of .  erry's  Mfml  JOSEPHINE STKEETS.  NELSON, H.O.  PANTS,    PANTS,     PANTS,  To make room for Fall Stock  I will soil fifty pairs of Pants  at $7; $8; and $9 each, or  three for $20, $23 ancl $25,  also  suits from $30,  Are now ready for Sale  and can be seen at  the C. & K. office.  Leave your orders at the  C. & K. S. N. C. offiice.  .nilding Materials.  is the time  ,     Tip.     NOW  money.  Corner  Ward,  and  Baker  Streets,.  We carry full lines of all kinds of furniture for residences.  hotels, and offices.   Mattresses made to order, and  at prices lower than eastern and coast.  We are also   agents   for  EVANS   PIANOS   AND    DOHERTY   ORGANS.  * ������ ��������� ���������������  Qv^-%^-  ,     NELSON   STOKE  \<>. 4 Houston A Ink ECuildii)^.,  .Josephine Street.  You Drink Beer, of Course?  Thei'i Drink the Best.  IS   THE   BEST.  Be sin*" you get it.    The best qualty and lowest prices irt:  Liquors, Cigars, aud Provisions at  COMPANY,  BAKER STREET,   NELSON.  AGENTS  FOR  Hiram Walker & Son's,  Limited  ���������xnd  Fort Garry Flour Mills  Manitoba  P. O. box 69.  Telephone 24..  San  Get quotations on these  Materials from  S. E. corner Baker and Josephine streets,  NELSON, B. C.  REAL ESTATE,  FINANCIAL AND  INSURANCE AGENTS.,  Loans negotiated on Nelson property.     Collections made.     Conveyancing documents drawn up-  Town Lots Lands and Mining Claims Handledon Commission..  rajas  mi  6l!MMIHWI!*<Wi^mmiSUMJwwMlBW

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