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Array /*.  Whole Numbek 390.  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb.  12, 1898.  Price Five Cents  %/  THE CITY COUNCIL,  BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT EEGU*  LAB AND SPECIAL SESSIONS.  Cuii-lillne _f nut Be Slopped���������4. It. Mtrii-lian  Ippolntcd Clly Clerk, Water  r������_uiiilul*-ier, Et_.  When Mayor Houston called tbe city  council to order on Monday afternoon,  all tbe aldermen were in tbeir places. In  the absence of tbe city clerk the mayor  performed tbe duties.  The first business of the session was to  authorize tbe mayor aud clerk to sign a  contract with Noel & Thompson for im-  . provemeots on Ward street, for $2520,  the contractors to give bond_ to amount  of 25 per cent of contract. In connection with this the mayor stated that he  bad asked the contractors as to whether  they intended employing Italians on the  work and was told that only Canadians  and Swedes would be employed.  TLe"flna_n;o committee recommended  payment of accounts read at last meeting  and checks were ordered to be issued for  the amounts.  ij  Accounts were received as follows:  Lawrence Hardware Co, $267.63; J.  - Elliott, $125; Spokaue Northern Telegraph Co., $3 05; Drs. LaBau nnd Forin,  8125: J. A. Turner & Co., $5.75j_-Drs.  Hall and Hawkey, $10; Tribune Publishing Co., 855.05; Wilson & Harshaw, $50..  50; A. H. Holdich, 830.  A letter was received fiom Dr. LaBau,  medical health officer, stating that the  cesspool at the Kootenay Lake General  Hospital haaoverllowed aud that tbe filth  waa now running down on the street  endangering the health of tbe people  living in that vicinity. The letter suggested tbat a cemented brick cess pool be  bnilt, which when full could be pumped  out and contents carted away. After  some discussion the matter was referred  to the public works committee to report  at next meeting of council as to best  means of abating the nuisance.  The mayor presented the basis of  agreement entered into for settlement of  dispute between the Kootenay Lake  Hospital and tbe Corporation, the principal terms of which were that the council are to .furnish the hospital with water  free, the hospital board to make no claim  against the city or ogainst any private  individual for connecting with tbe pipe  which they claimed belonged to tbem.  Each party to the suit to pay their own  costs.  On motion of Aldermen Teetzel and  Hillyer the council ratified the settlement.  J. H- Bowes wrote asking for a copy ot  complaint and engineer's report re Carney Hall. After discussion it was decided that the owoers be notified to submit  their plans for improvements to- city  engineer for approval.  Tbe city engineer was instructed to fix  tbe grades ou Vernon, Water, Josephine,  Ward and Stanley streets.  ' The auditor's report showed receipts  _ii.ee last report as follows: Miscellan-  eous,8175; licenses, $3872.50; water, $321;  police court fines, $35.25.  : Teetzel-Hillyer���������That the resignation  ot City Clerk Sealey be accepted to date  from February 1.   Carried.  Teetzel-Gilker���������That the chief of  police visit ull hotels, saloons, cigar  ���������tores and other places where gambling  for money is carried on and put a stop to  same. Iu the discussion which followed  on the motion Alderman Teetzel stated  tbat there were at least half a dozen  gambling games going on in the city  every night and a stop should be put to  it at once. It ia the duty of the council  to protect strangers coming to the city  from being robbed. If the chief of  police could not entorcejthe law regarding gambling the council should get  some one who could. There were men  working in the mines who were professional gamblers.  , Alderman Hillyer opposed tbe motion  and thought that if a man was weak  enough to risk bis money in nickel in  the slot machines or gambling games he  should be allowed to do so. It is a difficult matter to draw the line and the  motion if passed would encourage men to  go into private rooms and play for large  stakes. He did not think anyone could  stop gambling.  The mayor stated that he had taken  upon himself to close the nickel in the  slot machines on Saturday last. Such  " machines are*a fraud and the percentage  is always in favor of the house. Motion  was agreed to, Alderman Hillyer opposing.  Alderman 'Hillyer gave notice that at  \l the next meeting of council he would  introduce  a by-law to close all business  bouses on Sunday.  Applications for the appointment of  city clerk, water commissioner, assessor  and collector were received from Harry  "Wright, John Watson and J.K.Strachan.  On the third ballot Mr.   Strachan was  elected.   Council adjourned to Thursday  Janury 10th.  ADJOUBNED    ME lmifC*.  Council met pursuant to adjournment  on * huisday afternoon. After tbe minutes of previous meeting were read, Aid.  Hillyer moved nnd_AJd. Madden seconded a motion that the motion passed at  Inst meeting re gambling be rescinded  and struck off the minutes. The motion  was lost, only tie mover aud seconder  voting yea.  The public works committee reported  recommending that a new cesspool bo  built at tho Kootenay Lake General  Hospital, cost not to exceed $150 and that  the hospital board be required to see  that it is kept pumped out regularly.  The accounts read at last meeting were  on report of finance committee ordered to  be paid.  A communication from H. J. Evans,  asking the council to grant him a franchise for 25 years for gns works, to be  completed in 2 years, wos read  and   referred" to  the   board of works.  The contractors for Ward street improvements were granted permission to  dump surplus clay on Baker street to  the extent of 100 yards at a cost of 30  cents per yard.  The question of securing a site for a  cemetery was discussed and action was  deferred until the snow goes away.  In discussing the question of ways and  means, the mayor stated that the assessment would be completed by next meot-  ingof council. It is expected that the value  of real estate will be over $1,000,000, and  of improvements over $500,000. He was  in favor of striking a rate o������ ten mills on  the dollar ou real estate ouly.  Council adjourned until Monday at  3 p. m. _  TO IMPB0VE THE TEAILS.  B.G.  THE NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS  FORMALLY OPENED.   '  Moat InitioslngOreuinnle. Kv.r WMucMed  In __rlil_t_ Colu.nl.Ia.-Redl_trll.il.  lion BUI Pro___l__d.  Prtillnus Heat lo llic <_������ vcritmcnt Kejtnrd*  lug Trulls Iu (his Dlitlrlct.  Before leaving for Victoiia lo attend  the session of tbe pioviucial parliament,  J. Fred Hume, M. P. P., was given  largely sigued petitions, urging the government to make appropriations for the  improvement of tbe wagon roads on  Crawford creel:, Six Mile creek, acd the  tote road leading to Ymir. The South  Kootenay Board of Trade at its meeting  on Tuesday afternoon endorsed the petitions. Parties who are well acquainted  with the sections ot tlie country nff.cied  state that the improvement of the roads  mentioned would be of great benefit to  the trade of Nelson.  On Crawford creek a wagon road about  (eu or twelve miles long from the head of  Crawford Bay to the divide would be a  great convenience to a large number of  mine owners who are developing properties in that locality, and bring the entire  trade of that sectiou this way. Pack  trails would be built from the main wagon road to the different mines, greatly  lessening the cost and labor involved in  getting in .applies which as things are  now have to be packed from the head of  the bay. A considerable number of men  are employed on the divide, who, if better transportation facilities are not pro-'  vided from this side will be forced to  biiug in their supplies from Fort Steele,  although the haul is very much longer.  Mr. Pettifc has 40 men at work on his  properties this winter and as soon as  spring opens intends to increase the  number to one hundred.  The conditions along Six Mile crpek  are very similar to those o_ Crawford  creek. There are a number of very rich  claims along tbe creek and ou the divide  which would; be rapidly developed if  better transportation facilities were  provided for getting iu supplies from  Nelson. Tho improvement of the Ymir  tote read would bring a large volume of  trade to the city from that rich camp,  and be"a grSat convenience to the different mines in the vicinity of the route. It  ia hoped tbns the government will recognize the petitions by granting liberal  appropriations for the object mentioned.  Stcniiicr Koutenny Strikes u Bock.  While making a lauding at Robson on  Monday night the steamer Kootenay of  the C. P. B. Arrow lake fleet struck a  submerged rock in the middle of the  Columbia river and stove a hole in her  hull about eighteen inches square. "The  vessel was at.once headed for, shore and  the passengers safely landed without  accident. Thevessel is provided with water  tight compartments and (here wa. about  four feet of water in the compartment  in which the hole was located. It will  take.probably a couple of weeks to repair  then-jury.  " The Kootenay is the finest steamer on  the inland waters oE British Columbia  and was built last year at Arrowhead for  the lake travel. She is of the same style  as the illfated Nakusp which was burned  at Nakusp early in the winter.  The Golden Dale.  An important strike has been made on  the Golden Dale on Toad Mountain.  The full face of the tunnel is now in good  ore carrying gold, silver and ^copper.  Assays are now being made of the new  strike and high values in all three metals  are expected.  Victoria, Feb. 11,-(8pj_cia__)���������The  new provincial parliament buildings  were formally opened yesterday afternoon  with the grandest and most imposing  ceremonies ever witnessed here at tbe  opening of the Legislature. There was  a large number of spectators in attendance nnd several thousands crowded  around tbe building unable to obtain admission. A number of Nelsonites were  present, among whom .were Mr. and Mrs.  Humr, Messrs. Irving, Elliott, Goepel,  Dover, Renwick. Carley and Jowett.  The arrangements were good and were  well carried out The new Lieutenant  Governor, Hon. Mr. Mclnnes was attended by a staff of 40 military and naval officers, and on his arrival at the gates of  the main stairway, was presented with a  golden key to tbe new bnilding. The  Arion club enlivened the proceedings  with patriotic songs. Bishop Perrin le&  the devotional exercises. j^  The opening speech referred to^the material iucrease in revnnesfoi-^fhe past  year. Free miners'certificates increased  over the previous - year $111,729. West  Kootenay contributed to this source $94,-  432 and the rest of the province, 872,149.  The general mining receipts increased  $80,770; West Kootenay contributed  $73,453, rest of. the province $84,954.  The total receipts were $383,048: total  receipts from West Kootenay, $310,902.  A redistribution bill was promised.  Mr. Semlin, leader of tue Opposition will  ask if application has been made to the  privy council for leave to appeal against  the judgmeut of the Supreme Court in  the case of the Nelson and Fort Sheppard  railway vs. Madden.  -   *  The House adjourned until Monday  when the speech, from the throne will be  debated.  Aprs croup Sold.  The Canadian Pacific Exploration Company, Limited, has purchased tbe Apex  group of claims, situated on the head of  Clearwater creek on the Salmon river.  The group consists of the Apex, Silver  Beef, Curfew and Acme fractions, and  are tree milling,, running high in gold.  The-sellers were Me8ars.; Malone, Roy  and Stanley of Nelson.   4 lens Rope.  . The Hall Mines company bave just  closed a contract with James D. Sword  agent for the Dominion Wire Hope  company, limited, of Montreal, for 10  miles of wire rope for its cable way  from the mines to the smelter. The  rope is of a special kind of steel known  as Lang's Lay which is especially  adapted for the work required having  great strength and pliability. Its  weight is about 40 tons and it will be  made in six sections of over l^milet in  length, for convenience in handling.  It is the largest order for wire rope  ever placed in Canada.  ORE .SHIPMENTS.  B-UHMiary  of Am.ant or Ore and Matte  fcxp*. ted front the Port or Neltoa. ���������  The value of- the mineral exports for  the past week as given below show an apparent decrease from that of the previous  week, but this is accounted for by the  fact that no shipments of bullion were  made from the Trail smelter and the  temporary closing down of the Northport  smelter tor repairs. The mines in the  district are steadily increasing their output  '' ' - '    MATTE AND BULLION.  TONS  60  T0N8  1220  2.0  10  15  m  827  80  fi6  40  80  SO  IB  =-****���������-__  2350  Hall Mines (Matte)   ORE  Le Roi mine, Roe-land   Payne Mine, Sloean   Reco.  _uo_an ...  Rambler,' Sloean     Whitewater mine, fcUocan   Kootenay Ore Coaipnny, Kaslo   Last Chapce, Sllp__aC?^.   Queen. Be_s.<-?rT. *;\.   van couver/Mlnlng Co... >\   Byron N .White Co ___>,.   Con__U_-lf 7?Si.   Monrauma /V^...  Irc__J_fe___, Rossland .?S?r  >' Total tor the week   Approximate Value $152,767.  TONS VALUE  Total for February       5,186 3_8,_71  Total for January       8,_0_ 21.1_3,._8  Total m far (or 189.     11,099 1,582.0-9  Total for 1897. via Revelatoke 719,131  Total for 1807, port of Nelson __,_. 1 7.61.t,3.S  -*o__y-__lae Creek.  Last summer interest in Forty-nine  creek properties was revived and a  number J pf claims which had been  abandoned were re-staked and a number of new locations of great promise  were made. At the present time the  whole creek is staked and a large  amount of developement work is being done. Many fine samples of free  milling gold ore are being.brought in  iilmost every day. and the prospects  are that it will be a .favorite field for  mining investment during the coming  summer. Years ago large sums of  money were taken out of the old  placers washings from the free milling  ore along the creek and experienced  mining men say that it is one of the  .richest districts in the province.  -   rineer Kane Headed.  T. G. Procter of Nelson bas bonded a  half mile of Brewery Creek placer ground  in the Fort Steele district from Col. Geo.  Dohertv. Tbe Port Steele Prospector  says thuribere-aemn Ifft* no doubt that  gold in paying quantities will be found  in Brewery creek as soon as bed rook is  reached. Shafts are now down in several  places to a depth ot 24 feet  Tke  .nt|.  It is reported that four feet of ore has  beeu struck on the Arnot claim about  eight miles west of Nelson between Bear  and S prattle creeks, The ore goes $9 in  gold, three ounces silver and 7 per cent-  copper. "  THE    KOOTENAI   PRQSP .SOTQfl.  The following poem by Mr, Give Phillips-Wolley appeared in the  Special number of the Victoria Colonist, with all rights reserved. The  Miner has received permission to re-publish the poem, which was  Editorially reviewed in tte issue of January 29.  Lay it there iu the shadow,   for God's sake don't call tbat bim!  That bundle of frozen clothing, we found in tbe drift," ain't Jim.  Not the Jim as I knew���������my partner���������Jim, fit and strong as an ox!  That thing without muscle or movement and as limp as my sodden socks!  Leave that alone in the shadows, aud pile a log on the fire,  Jim's gone, I guess, where the sparks'go. aclimbin* higher and higher.  Not that they gets there neither.   That log sucked snnlight and dew  In bygone springs when it budded where the yellow snowdrops grew;  And now it's goin' to uothiu' but ash and 0 feebie spark  That wavers away towards heaven un' goes out, of course, in tbe dark.  Climbiti'!     Is that all we're made for?     Like the armies of silent pine  Which climb an' climb on forever from the gulch to the timber line?  Not one in a million gets there, when they do they wither and die.  See them! Whitened,withered,wind-twisted,corpse trees in a wiuter sky!  Pros pec tin'! that's what they call it;   hard labour au' hunger an' .cold  That's what prospect in' is, mate; a hunt for a devil, Gold!  Gold that buys women and whiskey���������bauds shaky an' eyesight dim,  A u'a lot of bummers to suck you dry, but never a pal like Jim.  *     ���������   "��������� * .* * ���������       *      '  * -   .  *  That was'iit the way as Jim talked. No! Tbatwas'ntthe way Jim thought,  He worked 'cos he loved the labour; he was born to fight, so he fought,  He loved the hardship, the danger, black canyon or shifting slide���������  I've seen him laugh at the risks he took, at the very place where he died.  An' it was a game worth playin'!  Alone���������at the heart of the world,  Where the mighty snowslides thundered, and the long grey vapors curled.  When we mere pigmies ventured to storm Creation's hold,  Staked ou r lives on the blindest bluff an' played the World for her gold.  Climbed to the throne of Morning; sank shafts to the roof of Hell-  Till the hot air scorched our faces an' water hissed as it fell;  Worked like men in the daytime, slept 'neath the sweet-breathed trees,  Lulled by the drone of the foaming crick an' the song of the chickadees.  We had Great Things then for our comrades, the Forces of Earth for foes,  There's one of us down in the battle, an' another don't care when he goes.  They laughed in our face in the cities; tlie fat smug cities back east  Thought we were both of us luny, something half-man half-beast!  Cities!   My God, we build 'em.   Do you mind how Rossland rose;  Do you mind the first log shanty we built amongst the snows;  Do yon mind how two years later their iron horses raced  From North and South the Boundary liDe to the goal that he had placed.  And now there are twice three thousand, where then there were no but  three.  Though devil' a one in Rossland town has heard of Jim or me.  Do you mind the fire at Kaslo, or the storm that drowned her out,  We warmed our hands at the blazing shacks and rebuilt in a waterspout.  Do you mind���������well, of course you mind it, and that my God is the end,  Nerveless, voiceless, sightless, and deaf to the voice of its friend.  No! No!   It is not the reason.   I see that the heavens are far  Butldon't believe that the sparks go out-I k_*ow that they reach the star.  GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.  EVENTS   OF   INTEREST   IN   AND  ABOUND NELSON.  Brier   Mention   or   Happenl-i*.   In   lhe  Dlfttrlr. Daring the Paul  Seven Day..  Born���������On Sunday Feb. 0th, to the  wife of Geo. Ncelands, a son.  Born���������On Tuesday Feb. 1st, to the  wife of Mr. Greer, a son.  Born���������To the wife of 15. Bradford, a  son.  D. G. Fitzgerald, manager of the  Trail Smelting Co, is in the city.  A. H, Buchanan, manager of the  Nelson branch of the Bank of Montreal  visited Rossland this week.  Archie Ma^Dcjna.d late freight agent  on the Kokanee has been transferred  to the Columbia river service.  Wsn. Kaake of the hardware iirm of  Kaake\& Williams, Trail, spent Wednesday i_vthe city.  Rey. Mr: Robins of Sloean City  arrived in the city yesterday, and will  remain over Sunday.  The Hall Mines Co. has ordered two  large ore crushers for the mine and  smelter.  The tug Kaslo is aground near Kus-  kanook and it is feared must remain  there until the water rises in the  spring.  Th6 new town on Coal creek on the  Crow's Nest Pass railway will be called  Fernie, after Mr. William Fernie, the  discoverer of coal at that point.  The C.P.R. Telegraph company are  stringing a fifth wire from Revelstoke  to Vancouver, to accommodate the  rapidly increasing business of the  Kootenay towns.  Born���������On Jan. 23, to the wife of R.  McLeod, a daughter. Although a  premature birth, the child weighing  only l_ pounds it is still alive and  growing.  Dr. Geo. "Wall leaves.tonight for  New York where be will take a four  month's post graduate course in tbe  city hospitals. Mrs. Hall will spend  the time of the doctor's absence in  Nanaimo.  James M. Patterson labc manager of  Dr. Arthur's drug store, is opening out  in business for himself in the new  town of Kuskanook and-left today  with<__ stock of drugs, etc.  The International Navigation company has arranged to run a steamer  twice a week between Kaslo and Kuskanook and return, on Tuesdays and  Saturdays, leaving the former port al  0 a.m. - -      --       ---    -  Rev. E. D. McLaren, of Vancouver,  most worshipful grand master of the  grand lodge of British Columbia A.F.  & A.M. will visit Nelson lodge in his  official capacity next Wednesday  evening, February 10.  J. H. McManus of the firm of McKay  and McManus, builders took out four  men on Tuesday to Goat River Landing to erect a hotel for Cherbo and  Mnnnarino.  Warden Fitzstul. bs is expected back  from the coast next~ week to formally  assume charge of the new jail, when  the prisoners will be transferred from  the old quarters to the new.  I-ceson and McGillivray of Calgary  have l������ecn awarded the contract tor all  the bridge work on the Crow's Nest  Pass railway, from .Crow's Nest lake  to Moyie, a distance of, 200 miles.  The Epworth League of the Methodist Church held a very successful  social evening in the church on Tuesday which was largely attended. An  excellent programme of vocal and instrumental inusic. .speeches, recitations  etc, was given.  -Jr? Mewburn of Lethbridge, assistant surgeon on the'Crow's Nest Pass  railway construction denies the report  that black diphtheria is prevalent in  the construction camps. He reports  the health of the men and the sanitary  conditions of the camps to be excellent.  A stage line is now in operation from  Goat river landing to Fort Steele, a  distance of 110 miles. Seven dollars  is the fare charged and trips are m^ile  twice a week, leaving,.Goat river on''  Wednesdays and Saturdays.  The Souiers Family Mu .ical Comedy  company will give an entertainment  in the Fire Hall on-Wednesday evening next under the auspices of Nelson  Lodge K. of P. The company comes  highly recommended-and will .doubfc-  les8.ha.ve a large house.  John MacDonald, formerly secretary  of the Hall Mines Company, Nelson,  who has a fiue farm on Mill creek,  near Colville, Wash, lost his dwelling  house by fire last week.   All the con-  tents, landing a fine library of rare  books selected by him when in England and Scotland, a. year ago, were  destroyed.  The Christian Endeavor society of  the Presbyterian church are arranging  for a social to be held in the church  next Tuesday evening. A feature of  the entertainment will be that the  admission fee is arranged on a basis of  the height of the person attending and  is five cents a foot up to five feet in  height; over five feet it is five cents for  each additional inch.  J. Robinson, who left here a couple  weeks ago for Seattle, with the intention of going to Skagway, surprised  his friends on Tuesday night by returning to the city. He reports that  large numbers are returning on every  steamer from the north, discouraged  with the outlook for getting through  this winter, The coast merchants are  doing a rushing business in outfitting  parties for the Klondike.  BOARD OF TRADE.  The    Heath    Kootenay    Board ef Trade  Dltcns. Iniportaat QuciU _���������__���������.  A largely attended meeting of the  .South Kootenay Board of Trade was held  in the council chamber on Tuesday afternoon. In the absence of President John  A. Turner, Frank Fletcher was elected  chairman.  - Ten applications for membershi p were  received and accepted.  The question of memorializing the  Department of Public Wcrks regarding  the erection of a government building to  be used as a customs house and post  office was tuken up and a committee consisting of Mayor Houston. Secretary  Thomson and A. 11. Sherwood was appointed to draft n memorial along the  lines of the former memorial sent, and to  submit it at tbe next sitting of tbe board  for approval.  The same committee was also instructed to draft a memorial to the postmaster  genera], regarding the establishment of a  mail service between Nelson and Fort  Steele. -  Mr. Cawthorn of Montreol was appointed a delegate to represent tbe South  Kootenay Board of Trade at the business  men's convention to be held in Montreal  this month to consider tbe proposed  Government Insolvency Bill.  On inotiou of T. G. Procter and Pr.  ^Arthur,' the secretory was instructed to  fy/iiie to the chief commissioner of lands  and works, endorsing tbe petitions  already sent to tlie arc, vera _oeot regarding  linprovemettts on the Crawford creek Six  Mile creek nud Ymir wagon road*.     '  Tbe question of tbe establishment of a  land registry office for South Kootennv  was discussed and it was resolved tbat  tbe.board urge upon the Provincial government the __ee_---.v of establishing  such an office and poiui__._, pnj ^  advantages of Nelson as a suitable siu.  The board adjourned until Jriday  afternoon to rec������i':������ the report of the  committee on memorial-. - ���������  ADJOUl-NKD _f_tETINa.-*-._^  The adjourned meeting of tbe B<-\?_���������  ot Trade was held on Friday afternoon;  at which thero was a large attendance.  The committee appointed at last meeting  to draft a memorial to tbe Domiojoo  Government regarding a public building  for Nelson and also regarding the establishment of a mail seivice between Nelson and Fort Steele reported and presented draft8 of the petitions. The petition re mail service pointed out tbe advantages such a service would be to the  business men of both the terminal and  intermediate towns and also to the .targe  number ot mining camps along the route.  Copies were ordered to be sent to the  Postmaster General and Hewitt Bo.took,  MP.  The petition regarding a government  building set forth that South Kootenay  is one ot the most important districts in  British Columbia and tbat the citv of  Nelson is the . .ntral point in the district  wns frecogniz.d by tbe government in  1895 by its being made the chief customs  port.  Tbe comparative customs returns for  the different sub-ports were enumerated,  the figures being the mime as have from  time   to   time  been   published Jn Tim  MlNEH. ������   . ' (T  The returns for Nelson pest office were  given as showing the volume/irbusiness  transacted herr. In 181)7 the sale of  stamps amounted to $11,163.27; money  orders issued-'870,061.37; money orders  paid $14,873.11; P. 0. saviugs bank dep.  $1,574; monthly average of registered  parcels 1375; sale of stamps for January,  1898, $1,102.18; registered parcels 'in  January 2340. The petition set forth  that the present post cilice and customs  house are not adapted for the large  amount of business transacted. That  Nelson 13 the commercial city of the  Kootenwy district is evidenced by the  fact that several wholesale houses ure  established here; th.it three chartered  banks have established branches in Nelson ; that the Canadian Pacific Railway  company have made it their headquarters for Southern B.C.; that it is the only  city in the Kootenay country that has a  smelter in operation duriug the whole  year and that it is the government and  legal centre of tbe district, etc. -  On, motion the petition as read was  adopted and the secretary ordered .to  send copies to the Minister of Public  Works and Hewitt Bostock, M.P., with  the signatures of the members of the  Board of Trade attached. It was also  decided to have five hundred copies  printed for distribution among the members of Parliament.  The question of the establishment of a  LandBegistry office in Nelson was discussed and it was decided to request Mr.  Hume, M.PiP. to obtain from the Pro.  vincial government information as to  " whether it is" tbeir intention to establish a Registry office in South Kootenay  and if so when and where"'" and also to  obtain from the records in Victoria information as to the volume of business sent  to the oiTice from this point. THE MINER, NELSQN  B. C, SATURDAY, FEB. li, 1S98.  Wxt JEtour.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays, and  will be mailed to any address in Canada or  the United States for one year on receipt of  two dollars.   Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted  at the rate of $3 per column inch per month.  TRANSIENT ADVa.RTISEMENTS inserted  at the rate of 15 cent, per nonpareil lino first  insertion, and 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements running  for shorter period than three months'tiro  classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor must  be accompanied by the name and address  of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but ns evidence of good faith.  THE LABEL on your paper shows the date on  which your paid up subscription expires.  If In arrears kindly remit and see that tho  date is changed, which should be sufllclonk  receipt.  PRINTING turned out in first-rate style at tho  shortest notice.  ADDRIS9  The Miner Printing* Publishing Co.  - NELSON, B. C. -  A  LODGE MEETINGS-  NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. & A.  M. meets second Wednesday in each  month.   Visiting brethren invited.  O. L. Lennox, Secretary.  I. O. O. F.     Kootenay Lodge,  Jfjjl: No. K>, meets every Monday night,  at  thoir  Hall, Kootenay street  Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.  WM. 1IODSON, Secretary.  jr^j\ NELSON   LODGE  No. 25, K. of  P.,  /W_|lt\V"CC-_ in Castle hall, McDonald block  B/x_Myevery Tiiesdaj' evening at 8 o'clock,  J A11 visiting knights cordially invited,  J. .T. M-.J.O-.K. C.C. '  Gko. PjLirriinwE, X. of R. and S.  (820)  NELSON LODGE, I. O. G. T. Meets in  Castle Hall, McDonald Bloc!., every Monday  evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Templars cordially Invited. M. Hoao,  Chief Templar.  Jons Tklvord, Sec'y.  SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1898.  AN AUGURY.  The opening of Parliament which  has by this time taken place is an  event of note in the history of the  Province. Beside the Speakers chair  stood four other gentleman all ot  whom have occupied that' seat of  honor, from Dr. Helmckcn who was  the first Speaker downwards! It is  not often that the development of a  conn try is so rapid that a man may 1 ive to  see it grow from its very beginning,  throngh its log hub stage and finally  emerge as one of the great countries  of the world and house its legislators  in a palace. But that is what British  Columbia has done.  The province, as farasbuirian foresight can tell is on the eve ��������� of greater  developments still, not the least of  these will be the growth of Kootenay  which even so short time ago as when  the foundations of this new parliament House were laid was almost an  unknown wil'1**1116813. She is destined  Pr- '-"-���������*? to lead, in population, and in  trade. Already 6he tr-vids hard upon  the heels of the --^st cities. The progress tjjat^sure to be the result of  t*i������*l<-'onstruction   of  the Crow' Nest  .**  _r*ass line is hardly yet understood by  us here, much less by our neighbors at  the coast.   The bringing of a supply  of cheap coal to West Kootenay means  a great deal,  but the opening up of  Bast   Kootenay   piobablyjjjjeans__jiu  great deal  more.  There is every indication that we here in Nelson and  our friends in the Sloean and at Rossland will have to keep pegging away  to hold our lead against the minors on  the other side of the Selkirks. Between us we ought to make such a  country well worthy of its noble head  piece just completed at Victoria.  PAIR PLAY.  The little strip of Alaska which  skirts the Pacific Coast of our nothern  territories is likely to give as much  trouble as any small piece of land can.  It is a .spot of mud on the gorgeous  robes of international comity. It is  practically of \y> value at all to its  owners the Americans and it is only a  means by whicn they can trip us up  on our way in.to our own country. It  is the clown who lies down before the  opening dooroand throws down the  person entering. Although we have  the right of navigating our own rivers  whose mouths happen to be in this  strip of countrv, it appears that the  Americans are able to institute  troublesome customs regulations to  vessels passing tltrough their territorial  waters. The Colonist points out tbat  we can retaliate by imposing similar  -conditions on American vessels going  north all'of which have to navigate  British waters. Retaliation does not  seem to be the wisest mode of settling  .affairs of this kind. Even if successful it leaves a rankling behind it and  induces our rivals to make themselves  nasty again at the first opportunity.  Rather should some way be found of  making a graceful concession to our  neighbors in some other direction,  which would be heaping coals of fire  on their head and would be much  more likely to make them rescind the  offensive regulations for very shame  than any-battle, with similar weapons.  The spirit which underlies a policy of  this kind has been exhibited by the  Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which proposed to charge the B. C. Bureau of  Information established in  Seattle, a  license of one thousand dollars a month  to carry, on its business there. It is  pleasant to hear that this jealous  spirit is by no means universal across  the border. The Seattle Times repudiates the suggestion of its contemporary and says let the best t">wn win*  it* Seattle cannot furnish good sound  reasons why persons northward bound  should outfit there, why let them  go elsewhere. The same generous  spirit is exhibited by our neighbor the  Spokesman-Review. In a graceful  little article, the kindly feeling of  which cannot be too much appreciated,  the paper points out that while American citizens have equal rights with  ourselves iu staking and owning claims  on the Canadian Yukon, across the  boundary, in Alaska proper, British  subjects are absolutely cut off from  staking a claim. The Review urges  that this condition of affairs which is  manifestly unjust should be remedied  by opening Alaska to our miners and  prospectors. But why only Alaska?  O, Review. The whole of the British  Empire is open to your citizens with  equal rights as far as the acquiring  and holding of property is concerned,  except in the matter of pre-emption  here. In India, iu Australia, at the  Cape and in England itself, John Bull  and Uncle Sam stand on precisely the  same footing before the law. We can  do no more.   Its your turn next Undo.  That wonderful message which ex-  Lieut-Governor Mcintosh sent to Lord  Dufferin has been modified. Originally it announced the possession of the  key to the treasure vaults of British  Columbia. Now it is the treasure  vaults of Rossland which tbe company  commands. This is wonderfully pretty  but it is not business. It would have  been quite true if Mr. Mcintosh had  quietly whispered to Lord Dufferin,  with a wink "on the side" that they  had the key of the breeches pocket of  the English public. He will find out  that the key of the treasure vaults of  British Columbia is a piece of drill  steel wielded by honest industry, and  that yon'cannot open up a mine with  a trombone.  Through the courtesy of our contemporary the Victoria Colonist we  are able to publish Mr. Clivc Phillipps  Wolley's latest contribution to the  poetry of British enterprise. For  centuries her. soldiers and'sailors have  carried her Empire into the four corners of the earth and their deeds have  been celebrated in song and glowing  prose. To day it is the prospector, the  hunter, the shepherd, the cowboy,  who bear with other arms their country's sway beyond the ''seven sea?,'  No less noble are their deeds and hardships than those of their forbears and  no less deserving of record in ringing  rhymes like those which Mr. Wolley  has written. And the greatest of  these is the prospector.  Tlie ������. A.V. ltu>_ (lie C.������. K.  The Columbia and Kootenay group of  mines on Columbia mountain, about two  miles north east of Rossland pa_sed into  the hands of the British American Cor.  poration on Monday last The purchase  price was $275,000. Tbe group which  was owned by the Trail Mining Company includes the Columbia and Kootenay, the Copper Jack, tbe Tip Top and  the Kootenay  fraction,   and   baa  been  extensively developed by two tunnels and  a shaft. Governor Mackintosh states  that bebelives the mine which he has  just purchased contaius the greatest  body of gold and iron ore tbat has ever  beet, discovered at the same stage of  development in any camp and is convinced that it will become an immense  paying proposition.  tiraml I'orlu Council.  The Attorney General has decided  that the recent municipal election in  Grand Forks is null and void and suggests that the people of that city agree  on a mayor and council irrespective  of property qualifications and then  petition the Legislature to pass a  special bill providing for the chosen  council to take their seats for the  remainder of the present year, by  which time there will be ample material for u legal council.  To rush for the Corbin C_.nr._r.  Bichard Armstrong of Rossland has  gone lo Ottawa as ^delegate to advocate  the granting of a charter to D. C. Corbin _. railway into the Boundary creek  country. The expense of the trip is  placed at $600, of which sum the city  council of Grand Forks have donated  $300, J. A. Manly gives $200 and the  Grand Forks townsite company, $100.  C. V. U. Surveyors.  The survey party of the C.P.R. wbo are  locating a line from Robson into the  Boundary country are at present working  on the summit near Sheep lake and are  expected to be in Cascade City in about  two weeks.  The Nelsou anil Bcdliuxton.  A party of surveyors from Victoria  started to work this week on the final  surveys for the Nelson and Bedlington  railway down the east side of tbe Kootenay river. It is reported that the north  ern terminus of the proposed railway will  I for the present be located at Red Iran's  j point, about two miles from the new  town of Kuskacook.  NELSON _X|  ^ IRON *  :fi. WORKS  NELSON, B.G.  Iron aud Bran. Cuuliug. of Every Ike.crlp-  flon.   UcpalfK  am!   Jobbing  832 A SPECIALTT.  F. C. CAMRI.H J.|\ FRANCIS J. O'RIillXV.  M. lint. C.li.    M. Can. Soc. C.E. Assoc. M. Inst. C.E.  M. Am. Soc.C.E.   ___.._. for U.C. I'.L.S. for BC.  (Late Kcs. ling. I__p. of l'ut>. Wks. _______ iul, B.C.  of Canada in ll.C.)  Nelson, __.c.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY  CIVIL ENGINEERS,     9      0     9  9     PROVINCIAL LAND SUHVEYORS.  Accountants and General Agents.  Agents Insurance Co. of North America.  NELSON -       (7871        - B. O.  "Just  Opened"  THE  FERN  CIOAR   STORE  Next door to Spokane Northern ticket office  Wc carry a full lino of        Tnhflrrnc  English and American    * UD������_.CU!>  Imported and Domestic CIGARS  <*"*������__ M0HER ft BUSS  NEW YEAR  rtusical   Instruments  VIOLINS  GUITARS  MANDOLINS  BANJOS  The Heintzman & Co. Piano has  that soft, sweet, full tone which is  only found in the genuine -'Heintzman & Co." Piano.  Call  and  see them  at  Thomson Stationery Co.  LIMITED.  NELSOIT.  262  FOR SALE  An excellent property on Forty-  Nine creek. Free milling. Assays  well. For particulars nnd samples,  Address,   GEO. NEELANDS, Nelson.  FBOl'ESSlOJiAt CJU-DS.  DRS, HALL & HAWKEY. PHYSICIANS  and Surgeons.   Offlce, Baker St., corner  Ward St.. Nelson ll.C.   Telephone 76.   (8*3  H. HOLDICH, ASSAY-.K AND ANA-  L������   lytical Chemist, Hall p" feet. Nelson. 701  R.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,   NO-  J.   tary Public, Sloean City. 454  ML. GRIMMETT, LL. B., BARRISTER,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.. Sandon  B. C. <*34)  EM. SANMLANDS, GENERAL AGENT  ���������   Fire   Insurance and' Mining  Broker,  Sandon, B. C. *0  FLETCHER S. ANDREWS. BARRISTER,  Solicitor, etc. Sole Agent for the Cmi*  dlan Fire Insurance Co. Real Estate and  Mining properties for salo.   Sloean City, B.C.  15411���������  GORE, BURNET & CO., PROVINCIAL  and Dominion Land Surveyors and Civil  Engineers. Nelson, B. C. Room No. 4, over  Thomson ft Co.'. Book Store. 644  WANTED.  STEAMBOAT CAPTAIN wanted for a stern  wheel steamer on Stiklne. ������end Reference* to  Box 304, Vancouver. 855  WANTED.���������Working bonds to develop mining properties with subsequent option to purchase. Apply by letter only, giving full details  to Manager, Klondike Information Bureau'  536 Hastings Street, Vancouver. 2t  NOTICE.  After the 15th of April I will be  prepared to sell half acre and acre  lots of my ranch at Five Mile point,  for residence purposes.    Apply to  R. F. PERRY,  854 Five Mile Point.  JOHN McUTCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial-^  liand Surveyor  649 NELSON.B. C.  After....  Stock-Taking  YOU   WILL  REQUIRE A  New Set of Books  AN  Office or Pocket Diary  AND PERHAPS  A Typewriter?  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  We HaVe Them  o  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  83. LIMITED.  RUY A  FARH  w"*^ A Paradise   for  the   Homeseeker  ...IN  EAST  KOOTENAY  A Paradise  for the  Homeseeker  and  Sportsman.  We have 26,000 acres   of choice  FARMING  LAND  For Sale at prices ranging  from $2.50 to $30 per acre.  EASY TERMSMMve yearly payments, Six per cent. Interest:.  CROWS'   NEST  PASS  RAILROAD runs through  our  lands, and the  richest Mining  Country in British Columbia.  NOW   18  THE  TIME  TO   BUY.  Don't miss this chance, but get a home while  11*���������" '���������*---*���������-  land is cheap.  Full information, with maps and particulars  OF   LONDON.   INQIANP.  T. Q.  PROCTER,  Baker Street    .     -    >     .  MANAQEI. 816  NELSON, B. C.  ���������  Where to get  it.  ���������:������-.  -^--JtSK FOE���������*&���������-  c-  0  - c  CARSS MACKINAW  _*  o  4>l  CD  WHEN   BUYING  *3  >  MINERS' OR LUMBERMEN'S CLOTHING  The only Genuine Mackinaw    .  Manufactured    in     Canada.  CARSS MACKINAW  6  __  CQ  __ "  +->  e  .  3"  x:  Stamped on Every  Garment  Not     Genuine     unless     so  Stamped.      See    that    you  Get  it.-.. "-���������      '-������������������'-���������'��������� - .-"���������'- .  W. CARSS & CO., 0RILLIA, ONT.  Hume & C  J. A. Gilker's,                   Nelson  Meats, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Vegetables, dried  and canned, and other Groceries. A first class  assortment.  783  SOLE   AGENTS  IN KOOTEXAY  FOR  :.  Okell   &   riorris'   Jams,   Pickles,   etc.  _____ KOOTENAY SUPPLY CO.  BOOT and SHOE  CHEAPNESS--  FOR FEBRUARY^-.*  Commencing Saturday.���������Continuing all Month  ������<������������<->e.>)OH������_(.4c<-.>o������)o.������.^<������)������������>o������  We have a heavy stock and find it's going to crowd us  for room, so to make room, we shall make a general sale on  ALL FOOTWEAR  For February only, mind, which will include everything  in the line of MEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S  SHOES, LEGGINGS and OVERGAITERS. Just  think, you can get any of our goods at  25 Cents off the Dollar  That is during February you can buy a Dollar's worth  of goods for 75 cents or any part of it at the same Discount.  Shoes at Scatteration *Yirr-       n^g   ���������.^vwvvwHelp  us   Unload  LlLLlt* S      Opposite Hudson's BayCo"  Ire You Tall and Slim  If So You Can be Fitted  in one of Our NEW SUITS  at   $6.50   and $10.00.  IPONT FORGET THE  PLACE*  P. 0. STORE  ���������   -  J. A. QMW  V  Aluminum Ware  Jj We have just received an importation of Aluminum Ware direct V  X from  the  factory,  comprising *  | CAMP OUTFITS      TEA KJHTTUES I  I TEA POTS          CHILDREN'S SETS J  * NAPKIN   RINQS x         SPIRIT UMPS,   Etc. |  j Aluminum Ware  DOES NOT CORRODE OR TARNISH. I  I It is three times lighter than iron, three and a half times T  J lighter  than  copper   and   four times   lighter than silver. ������  ?  733  I  *   Call ami see our stock.  L NMlJ^N^mmOWAME-OoM  G^OCMDS and POTSHOTS  Our business is increasing so rapidly we are  forced to feel that our prices, methods and etc.,  are appreciated by the Public.    :    :    :    :    :    :  We are now buying very heavily at low figures  and will sell accordingly.    We cut on no particular  line.   Everything sold on an equal basis of profit.  Kindly give us a call and be convinced  that we  are The   People.       :        :       :       :       :       :  Car of dried Fruit to arrive next week.  Get prices before purchasing  MO  M. Pes Brisay & Co.  C. E. MALLETTE W.R.JOHNSON  C.E. MALLETTE & 00.  DEALERS   IN  HAY * PEED * AND ^ PRODUCE  Fresh Butter, Eggs and Vegetables always in  Stock at Lowest Market Rates. Agents Lion  Brewery,   Rossland, B.C.  BAKER STREET,  707.  NELSON, B.C.  STRICTLY   WHOLESALE  -_s-r_B_x_so_sr_  COAL!    GOAL!   GOAL!  Having been appointed agents for the Northern Pacific Coal Company,  any orders left with us will have prompt attention.  Q&MELE���������-���������(_. O'REILLY, Baker St., Nelson.  We are also agents for the Victor Oil Co., Ltd., manufacturers ot  Monarch Cylinder Grease (Solidified Cylinder Oil), Monarch Lubricants  jor Solidified Oils), Insurance Company of North America, The Imperial  insurance Company, Ltd., of London, England, The Canada Accident  Assurance Company. '  600 . . . Plate Glass Assurance ...  >,  / THE MINER NELSON, B. C. SATURDAY. FEB. 12, 1898  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration Is named in transfer!  the nominal sum of SI is to be understood.  Nelson.  Feb4-  Castlc���������P W Quinian to J M Costello, I.  Basin���������JR Mitsjam to same, J.  Feb5-  Daly-rSamnol BrlBbirs to N Broaseau. 1. $25.  Feb 7���������;��������� ���������'.  St Lawrence���������A Maurin to Joe Sturgeon, i,  $300.  Spotted Horse, Wlddow, Gray Mousc-SH  Bryan to Chas J Dltter, },  Mist-K Alvin Weiss to It A Weiss, i,  Mist-It A Weiss to Chas H Mackintosh.  Fob8-   .....'���������:  _ 24th of May. Nelson. Golden Eagle, Catherine  ���������Chas Monroe to W W Home, J, 81000.  Number 2-Robt 0 Nelson to GII H Symond  and GooPvG O'Driscoll, each i.  Lo Bon���������George A Cooke to John A Cameron, i.  Snowstorn No2���������Newiln Hoover to J A Forin  Uncle Al���������A H Sherwood to Jessie Henderson, i, $150. *  Uncle Al���������Jessie Henderson to John A Forin  i.������73.  Fob 9-  Lytton���������Joseph Ward to Hugh McGlynn, $10  Lytton���������Hugh   McGlynn   to   the  Lerwick  Gold Mining Company, Limited, Liability.  Klondike-Theodore F Trade to tho Dundee  Mining Company.  NEW  LOCATIONS.  ', Kelson.  Feb4���������  Japa���������E Y Pick, 6 mi n o of Erie on Donaiscn  mt frmly Black Jack."'���������������������������'  Feb 7-        . '���������.-���������"'.  Number Two���������T G Itoy, ssldo Hall ck, } ml s  w Hall siding.  ;_  Number Ono-A Olson, s side Hall clc, adj  Number Two,  Feb8-  Itoy-S Hoy, bet Eagle and 49oks, n extn of  Royal Canadian.  Feb9-  Surprise-D L McLennan, 7 mi w of Nelson  and 1 mi n of Cft K ry, frmly Captain,  Kvtra-rrovlnctnl Companies.  (registrations)  Byron N. White Company. Capital,  $50,000 in CO cent shares. Head office,  Milwaukee, Wis. Bruee White, Sandon,  attorney.  Gold Hill Mining Co. Capital, 8500,-  000 in $1 shares. Head office in Spokane. J. A. MacDonald, Bossland,  attorney.  The Monarch Gold Mining Co. Capital. $750,000 in $1 shares. Head office at  Northport, Wnsb. A. W. Smith, Boss-  land, attorney.  Rambler and Catiboo Consolidated  Gold aud Silver Mining Company. Capital, $1,000,000 iu $1 sbares. Head efflce,  Spokane. William Hastie Adams, Kaslo,  attorney.  (licenses)  Tealin Lake and Yukon Syndicate,  Limited. Capital ������30,000 in ������1 shares.  Head office, Londou, England. Charles  Frederick Law, Vancouver, attorney.      "  Only Tliree or M������e |i������l������*d Mates Surpassed  fkoullt Kootenay'* Hccnrij f������r JuMmrr*''���������'���������  "When the mines of Cripple Creek  district reached the point where tbe production footed a million dollars per year  nil the world beard of it," said C. P.  Rand, a Spokane mining broker, recently in commenting on tbe mineral output  of South Kootenay tor tbe month of  January. "There are but three States in  tbe Union that passed tbe January record  for South Kootenay during 1897."  Tbe average production of all metals in  Montana last year was $3,352,291 per  month; Colorado averaged #2,914.735 and  California $1,569,235. Tbis puts the  district fourth in tbe list of producers op  this continent with an excellent chance  of whining a higher place. Tbe average  production of all tbe mines of West  Australia in 1897 was only 81,030,333  which places it below Kootenay in the  list of wealth producers. That is the  point tbat needs emphasis among investors in the east, many of whom have not  a proper idea ot tbe wealth and the possibilities ot tbe Kootenay mines.     -  I.4MJ.T. UstalUtloM.  District deputy Rev. Geo. H. Morden  installed the officers of Nelson Lodge, I.  O.G.T., elected for tbe ensuing quarter  on Monday evening. The new officer!  are: P.C.T., J. R. Green; C.r, M. Hoeg;  tren8., Miss Col well; - finan.-seo., Geo.  Telford; rec. sec, John Telford; asst. seo.,  Miss Ewart; marsball, Carl Wells; chaplain, J. McLood.  The ExeeltlorGroNp.  Nine men are now at work on the Excelsior group in tbe Sloean and more  will be added as soon as room can be  made for them to work in the ore. At  present it is estimated that there is  812,000 worth of ore in sight in the upraise. Drifting in the ore is now going  on both in the shaft and in the upraise  witb the belief that some place will be  found where the rich ore body leads to  Iftwer. depth. A carload shipment will  be made to the smelter about the first of  March.  STARTING KL0NDIKEBS.  Capt. Bay Keports to ike Mar Department  That oo Per Cent are Destitute.  Capt. Hay, tbe special representative  in tbe Klopdike, of the United States  War Department has reported by special  messenger, who arrived at Seattle  '' last week. The state of affairs there  as revealed by Capt. Ray's despatches is  even worse than suspected. He advises  the United States government to take  steps to effectually check immigration to  the interior of Alaska of all persons not  fully supplied to last two years; giving  as his reason that there is no way to earn  a living at places where new disooveriea  have been made within the lost eight  months either, in Alaska or tbe -North  West Territories. There is no employment for any large number of people in  any capacity. '  ' Capt. Ray further states tbat only  about 7 per cent of all,the people entering  during the past year bave earned their  living and hundreds are now scattered  along tbe rivers destitute of food, clothing and money.  Tbe people coming in have,not the  faintest conception of what to do to earn  a living and after spending all they bring  become dazed nnd helpless. The lawless  element are banding together along tbe  rivers for purposes of plunder; and he  suggests that patrols be placed along the,  rivers as tbe movements of the people  demand. The publication of Capt Ray's  report as coming from an official source  has caused a great sensation as be baa  had a broader field for observation than  others who have made reports. It adds  one more to tbe many warnings given regarding the dangers., to be met in tbe  northern gold fields. ..  MILLINERY and<a^  <^DRESSMAKING  Costumes Furnished for any  Occasion , on   Short   Notice.  764  MBS.  E.  McLATOHUN.  1 Loan Association  OF TORONTO  Are now  giving straight  Loans on improved  City     '  Property, on easy monthly  Payments.      ���������     ���������    ���������  No shares to be subscribed  for. No fines. No forfeitures. For futher particulars as to terms, etc., apply  to undersigned.      ���������     ���������  O O O fi A A A O ^b  FORSALE^-^  10.Roomed House on Silica St,  good Stable.    Only  81600.   :  5 Roomed Cottage, $1200  4       " " , "    ffiOO  4       "       House,    flOOO  ������������������������������������������<3>������.  CHRISTIE Cf  * ANNATE  RPAfc IB8TATIE   *  MINING BROKERS  BAKER ST.,   844 NELSON.  TEE TOtCHANTS'  MNK QFitAOTAX.  INCORPORATED iS6g.  CAPITAL PAIU-UP      -     -      ���������1,500,000.00  W5ST       -     -.."...,.-     -        U7&000.00  HMD ������Mic������; HALIFAX. H.%.  T. fi. Kenny, Esq.. PresidSnt,  P. U. D.IJNCAN, Cashier.  Branches and Correspondents in tbe principal  Cities in the Provisoes. United BMtes ������nd  Great Britain, and at Vancouver, Bossland  NanRimo and Nelson, B.C.  A general banking builnct������ transacted.  Sterling Bills of Exchange bought and sold.  Letters of credit, etc., negotiated. Accounts  and deposits received on most favorable terms.  ������   GEOBOB  JCYPO.  847; Manager Nelson Branch.  Go TO TBI  KOOTENAY HOTEL  .And get a  Tom and jerry,  Beef Tea,  i   0f������yine     Oyster Cocktail.  Best Liquors and Cigars.  .. HOLBROOK & CMA8E ..  CITY SCAVENGERS  Are prepared to do all kinds of scavenger work  (821)  and chimney sweeping.   Orders left  VHth Kirkpatrick * Wilson  will receive prompt  attention.  NOTICE.  Notice I������ hereby given that we havo purchased the good will and business of Swan  Nelson, city scavenger, and will rake over the  same on March 1st. Mr. Nelson will collect all  bills due him for work up to that date and will  pay all account* owed by him. -  HOLBROOK & CHASE.  Nelson, P.O. Box 189.  Do you want Type* Do you want lak?  Do you want to trade Pressest  Do you want to trade Paper Calient '���������  Do yon want anything in the Printing Machln  ,    ery linet  If so write to  T������KOHT* TVPB rOUNDBV CO.  (Sty ,      m Cardava St., Vaa<f*������rer, B. C.  KASLO & SL0CAN RAILWAY  TIME OARD NO. I  Gonra Wwrr.  Leave 8.00 a.m.  "    8.36 a.m.  "    ������.36a.m.  "     Ml a. m.  "   10.08 a.m.  "   iai8a.ro.  " lOaOa. m.  10.38 a. m.  10.30 a.m.  Are.  Daily  Kaslo  South Fork  Sproule's  Whitewater  Bear Lake  MoGuigan  Bailey?  Junction  Sandon  Going East,  Arrive XX p.m.  "     S.15 p.m.  tWpjn.  3.00 p.m.  1.18 p.m.  1.S3 p m.  1:21 p.m.  LUp.m.  1.00 p.m.  Leave  Spokane Falls dfc  Northern R'y.  Nelson 6l Fort  8heppard R'y.  Red Mountain R'y.  JSTJBIXjSOIST  KOBT. IRVING.    ��������� GEO. F. COPBLAND.  SMI G. F. te P. A, Superintendent  CHUBCH NOTICES.  - Church of England. Matins 11 a.m.  Even Song, 7.30; p. m. every Sunday.  Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Son-  days in tbe month, after Matins; on 2nd  and 4th Sundays, at 8 a. m.. Sunday  School at 2.80 p. m: ;  Pbisbstbbian Uhuboh. Servioes at  Ha. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School  at 2.30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Methodist Chuboh. Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at 11  a. m. arid 7.80 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Prayer meeting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Epworth League CJ2.  Tuesday at 8 p.m.  Roman Catholic Chcboh. Mass at  Nelson every Sunday at 3 and 10.30 a. m.  Benediction at 7.30 to 8.00 p. m.  Baptist Chcbch.���������Services morning,  and evening at 11 a. m. and 730 p. m.  Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8  p. m. Meetings are held in the school  house.   Strangers cor4ially welcomed.  ill Trading Co., Li.  Steamers "International" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  and River.  Time Card in effect Oct 1st, 1887.   Subject  ���������    ������...   t? change without notice.  Five Mile Point connection with all passenger  trains of N. & F. S. B. B. to and from  Northport, Rossland and  ���������, .   ���������    .. Spokane.  Ticket sold and baggage chocked to V. S. points  Leave Kaslo for Nelson and war points, daily  "" Arrive Northport  except Sundays, 6:15 a. m,  12:15 p. m.; Bossland 3:40 p. m  Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, da  except Sundays, 5:45 p. m. Leaving Spokan  a. m; Bossland 1030 a. m.; Northport 1^0 p.  Kaslo, B. C, 1st Oct.. 18B7.  S4 GRO. ALEXANDER GenTMgr.  Spokane 0 p. m.  ---'--,. daily  ikane 8  m.  The only all nil route without change  of ears between Nelaon and Boaland aad  Spokane and Bouland.  (Duly Except Sunday)  Leave 9.20 a.m. N������L80V Antra 5-35 p-m.  ���������'   12.00 '������  EOSSL'D    "    3&H  "  "    8.00 a.m. SPOKANE   "   6.40 p.m  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek, oonnect at Manna withStagft  Daily.  COLUMBIA * WESTERN RY.  Schedule  EFFECTIVE   MONDAK NOV.   22,   1897.  WESTBOUND EA8TB0UMD  P.M.    P.M.   P.M. P.H.   P.M.   P.M.  No. 5 No. 3 No. 1 .   No. 2 No. 4 No.������  2:l5   ...     W������.BOBSON. JA) i-M  500   ������H������   10*0...TBAIL....7������0  12-J5 /1:15  9:15    ll:lft.BOSSIiAND.6������0 12.-00 m.  No's. 1 and 2 connect with C. P. R, main'line  steamers, and trains to and from Nelsodat  Robson.  No's. S and 4 are local trains between Trail  and Kossland. ,    ,,  No's. 5 and 6 aro local trains between Trail  and Robson. No. 8 connects with train No. 4  from Rossland.  All trains dally.  F. P. GUTELIL'S. Gen. Supt.  Have You  Tried  Smoking   Tobacco?  JAS.McMlLLAN&CO.  aoo?tia fmtr m\$. north, ���������  MINNlAPOIUlf,   MINN.  8nie|;88wi.������rtit.,YICT0HU,|,C,  4. A. idOWNICi M������w������������fa.  tar������Mpwis������������ fcllolttf. Writt ft������ ������lr������������lir.-������  KOOTENAY  LAKE  saw r\\U*  FOOT OP HiNDRVX ������TRBeT.  Builders are invited to inspect my  stock of Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Shingles, Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  G. Q. Hlich������i|������i|  6  ATI-ANTIO  ip lines  ���������r.-*u"_i"i       ...     ������, From Montreal.  Carthaginian-Allan Unc .Nov. U  Callforaia���������Allan Line.  i'.       .. NoV.' JO  U>bradpr���������Dominion Line...^. ,Nov. IS  Vancouver���������Dominion Line Nov. 30  Lake Ontario-Beaver Line Nov. 17  Lake Superior-Beaver Line Nov. 20  Brittianic���������White Star Line...... Nov. IT  St. Paul���������American Line..   .." Nov. 17  St, Louis-American Line  Nov. 24  Umbria���������Cunard J4ne Nov. 20  Lucania���������Cunard' Line... Nov  State 14a*...Nov. 20  *ne N������v. a  ������     ���������Nov. 17  ������������...,. Mar. 2i  ..MO add upwards.  upwards.  State of Nebraska���������.  Mongolian���������Allan St  Friesland-Bed Star  Kensingtonr-Bed  Interniediato. ��������������� aj��������� ���������KW���������������������  Steerage. ������S.������ and upwards,  fiPa������s������jBe* tloketed throuih to a������ Mints In  Groat Britain or Ireland, and at iipeolattr low  "?!������j* V^SS^rrtLnmi from alt points.  5?������r General A(wnt, C.P.|tT������B55s.WnVpcir.  OVER SEVENTY YEARS'  ESTABLISHED REPUTATION.  IN   1-lb. PATENT  AIR-TIGHT   TINS.  EXTENSIVELY USED ON THE MINING CAKPS OF AUSTRALIA  and In SOUTH AFRICA.  A Large Amount of Nourishment In a Portable Form.  taililt I^BEP Indefinitely,  Jiot Affeeted by Damp.  "Contains all the elements of food in an  easily digested  form:'���������Dr. Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.  ���������?��������� This Food may be used with advantage by persons of all  ��������� ages."���������Sir Chas. A. Cameron, M.D.  IQSIAI B. KEAY������ A CO., MaBBtotnrers, FOBDUGBRIDGE, EnfliM,  ~D      CMITR  J?r  Pfl Biscuit Manufacturers.  i    fli    Owl 11-11  U.  L/Ui    Established 1858.        Victoria, B.C.  Awarded Three Gold Medals and Six Silver Medals at B. C. Exhihitions.  Awarded Medal and Diploma ab Colonial and Indian Exhibition,  Ixradon, England, 1896.  We make-a Special-���������lieiilt for the Kloadlkr, carefully prepared with finest vegetables  in a condensed form and packed in tins. This is an excellentfoodfor tnlninjr camps and for  those taking long journeys... Uurl������������g ���������Iseatt isthe cheapest and best in the uiatket.   Try them.  THIS IS THE LARGEST BISCUIT FACTORY IN WE8TEBK CANADA.  21  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORE,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS  SATISFACTION GlMl|AlMTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE. ������������������  TH05. GRAY  , B. C.  5  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.  Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,  Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Sloean City.  We are prepared to supply consumers with  all kinds of Fresh and Cored Meats at reasonable prices. ���������  Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.  Joseph A. SagWard  LUMBER! LUMBER 11  All kinds of Rough  and  Dressed Lumber.  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  ���������>il     PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES.  ������> PILOT BAY, B. O.  The Cassiar Central  Railway Company.  The Cassiar Central Railway Company is prepared to receive, on or  before the 28th day of February next, TENDERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A PORTION OF THEIR RAIL WAV LINE  connected with terminal facilities, before the final location survey is  made.  Information with regard to the work to be undertaken can be had  on application at the office of the Company's Engineer, H. P, Bell, Esq.,  51 Five Sisters Block, Fort St., Victoria, B. C, where forms of tender,  &c, can be obtained.  Contractors and their Outfits will be forwarded to Glenora, on the  Stikeen River free of cost.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  T-���������7���������������������������By^Orderv1���������������������������-���������=���������-������������������^-������������������--���������������������������  -  HA.VELOCK SMITH, Secretary.  Victoiia, B.C., January 27th, 1898.  8SI  I-N-COrROPOH^TEID  1670.  Hudson's Bay Company,  FORT GABBY MIU.S, WlNNIPlO.  Many people claim to sell the best Flour.  We do not make claims, = but only ask  the favor of a trial. Our Hungarian; is  acknowledged by all unprejudiced people  to be the best value in Canada.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  ^AKER STREET NELSON, B. C  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  -A.3STD   SOO   PACIFIC   LIHTB.  The most direct route to  AH Points in Canada  United States and Europe.  m  #  D-A-IIVST  SERVICE  .  Purchase through tickets and have your baggage checked to your destination without change.  THE ONLY LINE.  Operating Tourist Cars to Toronto, Montreal  and Boston without change. Also Through  Tourist Cars to St. Paul daily.  Magnificent Sleepers and Dining Cars on all Trains  Trains leave Nelson daily for the North and Rossland at 18:40 (6:40  p.m.) o'clock. For Sloean City at 9 a.m. Call on nearest agent and  procure an Annotated Guide, which gives full information.  For Tickets and full particulars as to rates, time, etc., apply to nearest C. P. Ki  ���������vent or to GEO. S. BEER, City PasseDger Agent, Nelson.  W.F.CARSON. a E. J.COYLE,  Traveling Paau A*t., Nelwn. " Dirt. Put. Act.VaaomT* rHE MINER, NELSON, B. G, SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1898.  ac  Business Locals.  WANTED- Steamboat Cnptaiu for a  stern wheel steamer on Stickine. Send  references to Box 301, Vancouver.  See Boss' benvers nnd millons.  The C. T. K. Co. is offering very reasonable rates to the East and West and old  country. For rates and tickets apply or  write to Geo- S. Beeb,  City Passenger and Ticket Agent, Nelson.  Food for bargain hunters at Lilue'b.  One hundred and fifty pairs of men's  strong boots from 81.50 np; 200 pairs  men's light boots from 82.25 up; full lines  <.f Ladies' and Children's shoes; boys'  boots from $1.00 to $2.25, at the People's  Shoe Store, the place for bargains this  month.  Scotch and Irish suitings galore at  Boss'.  Nelson people appreciate a good  thing, Gamble & O'Reilly agents have  just received two more car loads of  soft coal. Send your orders in quick  before it is all gone.  A full line of fox serges at Boss'.  Just arrived���������A fresh supply of Beef,  Iron and Wine, Fellows' Syrup and Mohawk Indian Ah-wa-go at Vanstone's  Drag Store.  WANTED.���������First-class life assurance  canvasser. Territory: Province of British Columbia, east of Frazer river. Apply       ii. g. Mcculloch & co.,  Agents The  Equitable  Life   Assurance  Society ot the U. S. 858  Take your prescriptions to Vanstone's.  The wages of men on the Crow's  Nest Pass construction have been  increased from $1.50 to $1.75 per day.  Agents have been sent east to secure  more men so that the.coiistiuction of  the line may be pushed ahead more  rapidly.  The Nelson Fire Brigade will hold  their first annual ball in the Are hall  on Thursday evening next February  v17. The fire boys are making great  preparations to make it a grand success. A large attendance is expected  as besides assisting a worthy institution every one may be assured of  spending a pleasant evening.  HMm lo Kent.  Large room witb waidrobe, electric  light, heated and furnished. Married  couple preferred. No children. 1'. O.  Box 109.  ,  neisqn CAFE.  Sunday   Wwer,  fet>nw$ IStth  4:30 o'clock  Eastern Oysters,  SOUP  Consomme Asparagus Top Oyster  FISH  Baked Halibut a la Maitre d' Hotel  ���������onto  Addrcxa aad Presentation.  At the close of the afternoon session of  the public school on Friday, Miss Del-  mage, teacher of tbe second department,  was presented by her pupils with a fine  black leather writingoaseandabeantifolly  bound copy of the Ingoldaby legends, accompanied by nn nddresa, expressing the  appreciation by the pupils of her efforts  in their behalf. Refreshments were served by the pupils and a very pleasant  hour was spent with music, recitation^  eto.  Mines between Three Forks and Koslo  shipped during the month of January  5,263}������, tons of. ore, as against 2,170^  tons in Jauuary 1897.        V  Operations ou the Lucky Jim mine in  tbe Ainswortb district have been roc*  pended for tbe purpose of altering tbe  mill in order to more successfully handle  the zino contents of the ore. In the  meantime the Tariff mine will probably  supply the mill at Pilot Bey with ore.  NOTICE.  ADDITION VA" NELSON TOWNSITE.  Any person or persons holding*  receipts from Mr. W. J. G. Dickson for payments on lots purchased  through him in Addition "A" and  who have not���������; received an Agreement of Sale for said lots will please  send copy of receipts and a memo  of the purchase price, terms etc to  my Agents Messrs- Gamble St  O'Rielly, Nelson, B. C.  (845) F. C. INNES.  HlnlBS Stock Market.  Tbe most prominent feature of the market  for the past week was tbe advance in Fern to  63 cents and Iron Mask to 42 cent*, with very  tew shares offered at above. prices. It is  reported that the Fernhnsstraok a large body  of high grade ore in their lower workings. We  especially recommend- tbo following standard  stocks   as  safe and profitable investments!  Kern, Dundee, Athabasca, War Eagle and Iron  Mask,  NELSON   DIVISION'  Hall Minos  7.50Athabasca .........   .28  1 >undee    .70 Bright ProspectH..   .10  Fern ��������� ���������������������������������������������������   .BoEllse.... .05  TRAIL CKKBK DIVISION  LeRol   8.00Iron Colt..    .15  War Eagle  1.15 Poorman ..........      .M  Iron Mask.........   .42 Deer Park.. 12  Josie    iSOKvening Star......   .08  Monte Cristo ......   .23 Good Hope    .04  Lily May....    .20 Virginia    .16  -������������������'.:-'.���������-  8LOCAN   DIVISION .  Calves Tongue,  a la Carlct  Shoulder of Lamb  Sauce a la Robert  CNTRSPS  Oysters Patties, Maryland Style  Ragout of Chicken  . Rum Omelet  ROAST  Sirloin of Reef and Yorkshire Pudding  Leg of Veal Young Turkey  Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce  COUP MEATS and SALADS  Pork    __      Veal        .    Chicken Ham  Shrimp 8alad  ftStlSHKS  Celery Queen Olives Pickled lleets  vsoetabi.es  Mashed and Steamed Potatoes in Cream  Siring Beans Slutted Tomatoes  PASTRY  Mince.-Apple and Coconut Pie   -  ;e   Snow Pudding,   Champagne Sauce  Choclot Kclaire  ier So Cents -^**HBe>-  Repilir  Tlie V*r*S|Mn������ Smeller.  The Le Roi smelter was shut down  on Wednesday owing to luck, of water,  the ditch which furnished the supply  having got out of order. Up to the  time the smelter shut down, about 200  tons of ore per day were being reduced  and only one blastfurnace was in use.  Operation will be resumed in a few  days with both blasts'running when  about 400 tons per day will be smelted.  A SI* BMelter Belara.  Returns have been received from  three carloads of sorted ore shipped  from the Vancouver oompany's claims  at Silverton to the reduction works at  Everett. One carload, dry weight  39,175 pounds, yielded 160 ounces silver  58.2 per cent lead, a net value of $09.70  per ton. The other two carloads gave  a net value of $95.45 per ton, The  tunnel on the claims is in 400 feet and  is being extended right along.  A  New  loaB Company.  The Canadian Mutual Loan <fc Investment Co., of Toronto, Ont, have formed  a local board in Nekon with the follow  ing officers: Dr. E. C. Arthur, pres.; John  Hamilton, vice-president; Alex. Stewart,  sea-trees; F. M. Ghadbodrn, valuator;  F.Fletcher, Dr. G. A. B. Hall, S.J.  MigbtoD, Jas. McDonald and A. G. 8baw,  directors. The company wa3 organized  in 1890 with bead office in Toronto with  a capital of $5,000,000 and has among its  officers some of the leading financial men  of Canada.  Tbe mill on the Sloean Star has been  closed down until spring when water for  the power will be available. A large  development crew has been retained and  heavy shipments jwill begin with JJie  resumption of operations in the spring.  t-ag������^-m-������&������-t^t-<&������*~*<  Sweet  Caporal :  Cigarettes  STANDARD  OF THE WORLD  Kinney Bros.  NEW YORK.  H  BLEICHERT TRAMWAYS  Manufacturers of  OIST1N6  Mining  and  ship's        The Dominion Wire Rope Co'y.������ Ltd., Montreal, Que.  Manufacturers of  "Lang's"  Underground  Haulage  and  RiadNG       ���������-������������������-- ������-     . w-,_--., !.--w-r-w���������I���������w.    collierv  Wire Ropes       W.    STOCK OARRIED IN ROSSLAND, B. O., BY J. D. SWORD, AQENT. Wire Ropes J  KOOTENAY   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons contributing' $1.00  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits of the'Hospital; in addition the  $10.00 subscribers will secure the  'privilege of voting at the annual  election of directots.  A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C. August 14th 1896.   i  ,���������.;���������,....  ������������������������������������ im  F.U. 0SLER and J, W. CAR WIN  Mining and  Real Estate Agents.  g;d. cuktis  m   *r������ THOMSON*' BOOK 8TOBC.  NOTICE.  Notice la hereby given that 00 days after date  I Intend to apply to the Chief Comminnioncr of  Lands and works for permission to purchase  320 aeres of land situated near the confluence  of Meadow Creek and Goat River in -; West  Kootenay District, described ns follows;.  Commencing at a post marked F, C, ChandJ  ler's S. \V. Corner (at the X.W. corner of F. L.  Newman's land,) thence east 40 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence we>>t 10 chains, thence  south 80 chains, to point of commencement,  containing 32v acres more or less.  F. C. CHANDLER.  January 3rd, 1898.      812 Locator.  Sloean Star..:..:..  Keco..         Rambler-Cariboo.  2.10 Dardanelles    .14  1.75NoMoFive.........   ,1������  .^Wonderful....    .06  > We invite particular attention to the following snaps, subject to sale:  1000 Dundee 65 1000 Dundee(pVd).  .37  1000 Athabasca...   .20 600 War Eagle. .1.10  S0(t Sloean Star.. 2.00 500 Monte Cristo. .24  v 2500 Iron Colt...... HJ  List your holdings with us,  We bave cfwh  buyers.    A Vint C!*m U������% of  REAL ESTATE and  MINING PROPERTY  ���������f all kIM* For Male.  H.Q.M'CUULOCH&OO.  m������     GENERAL BROKERS.  BAMS* ST.      -     WIWR, W.C.  r.O.B������������������J       -     _      cu������sr������ Cede.  J.  HARRI8 * Co.  OALQARY, AI.TA.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  OATS S **d ������ WAT  Car lots Supplied ou Short Notice.  VrrtnpmmHtnet Solicited. 834  J.O. PATENAUPE  OPTICIAN *  WATCHMAKER  Eyes tested for Astigmutism.  All   kinds of   fine  watch and clock  Repairing.  S.tT(������tMlTIOK WAUAS1KW ������r *0*CY  RKFI \UCI������. St������ ;  W. J. Q. P1CKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  OOMMI88ION AQENT,  MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  NBLSON.E.C.     |3������]  MINES EXAMINED  AND HKPORTBD OX BV  F. M. CHADBOURN  Twenty years* experience in mininK.  Thorough knowledge of-mines of British  Columbia.  Terms Reasonable.  il* NELSON. B.O.  W. J. TWISS,  MINING, REAL ESTATE  -BROKER-  INSURANCE AND GENERAL  COMMISSION AQENT.  FRONT STREET.    -    KASLO, B. C.  cm ��������� -  FOR SALE,  BAKER ST.  Two Lots with TLree Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot witli Two Store*.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  403 W. J. C. DIcWhob. Baker St,  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Burojor.  Office:  NELSON   AND   KOSSLAND, B. C  V U0  IX  THE  COUNTY COURT  OF KOOTENAY  ���������OLDEN AT FORT STEELE.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the 14th day  of January 1888, it was ordered by J. A. Forin,  Judge of the said Court that James F.. Ann-  strong, Official Administrator of the County of  Kootenay be administrator of all and singular  the goods." chattels and credit 'of Ernest Orp-  wood of Golden, laborer, deceased. Intestate.  ���������:��������� Every person indebted to tbe said deceased,  ia required to make payment forthwith to the  undersigned.  ��������� Every person having in possession effects belonging to the deceased, is required forthwith  to notify the undersigned.  Every creditor or other person .having any  claim upon or interest in the distribution of  the pergonal estate of the said deoeaaed. is re-  Suired within thirty days of this date, to send  j registered letter addrosaed to the under  signed, his name and address, and the full  particulars of his claim or interest, and a state  mentof his account, and the nature of tho  security (if any) held by him. After the expiration of the said thirty days, the Administrator will proceed with the distribution of the  estate, having regard to those claims only of  which he shall hare had notice.  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  <8K> Official Administrator.  Dated at Fort Steele, this 27th day of January  1898.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  afterdate I intend to make application to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchaae the following described  land, situated on the east shore of the Columbia Fiver Narrows; commencing at the south  west corner of Lot No. 745 Group 1 West  Kootenay,. running thence eighty (80) chains  East, thence forty (40) chains South, thence  eighty <8ft) chains west, thenee forty (40) chains  North, following the river bank to point of  commencement. (851)  O. W.JORDAN,  Dated 27th day of January, 1896.  NOTICE,  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  after date 1 intend to apply to the Chiet  Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission  to.purchase the following-described tract of  unsurreyed Crown lands. Commencing at the  north east corner post of Lot 303 G.I.'West  Kootenay district, thence west 10 chains,  thence north 20 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence south 20 chain*, thence west 40 chains  to point of commencement, and containing 160  acres. B.S.ODDY,  'January 10th, 1898. 838  Notice of Application for Liquor   License  TAKE NOTICE lhatwe. PedroCherbeand  Oimml Mnnnarino will apply to the Gold  Commissioner of West Kootenay, B, C, thirty  days afterdate, for a license to sell liquor by  retail at Goat River Landing, in the West  Kootenay district. PEDRO CHKHBO.  *   ������������������ r . GIMMI MANNARINO.  Dated, at Nelson,  B. C,   this 21st  day of  January, 1898. 838  NOTICE.  ADDITION A1 NELSON TOWN8ITE  Notice is hereby given that Mr. W.  J. G. Dickson is no longer my authorized agent for above property.  January 18,1888. F. C. Innes.  NOTICE*  ADDITION 'A' NELSON TOWNSITE  Notice is hereby given that I have  appointed Messrs. Gamble & O'Rielly  reu! estate agents, my solo agents for.  the above property. Any person wishing to purchase lots in said Addition  ,"A";can get fall particulars from tbem.  Jan. 18, 1808.    (838)    F. C Innes.  ARMSTRONG  &  The Largest Sheet Metal  Works on the Canadian  Pacific    Coast,   -   ���������  ���������  MORRISON  MANUFACTURERS   OF  Bnreted Steel Fipe   Ore C*rs   Ore Buckets  Monitors Elevators        Steel Wheel Barrows  713  ^-^-CORRESPONDENCE lOLIOITEP-^5*������  HEATLEY  Wnue "'   VANCOUVER, P.O.  Pelton Water Motor  Is so superior to all others ������. regards strength,  durability, economy of water, in fact, in ail that  -constitutes a Hioh Class AVatbr Motor, as to  admit of no comparison, adapted to every variety  of service and made of sizes varying from the  fraction of one to 180 horsepower,  Recent scientific teats made at the Michigan  university ia connection with several other motors  claimed to be the best on the market, showed ii  percent, higher efficiency in ravor of the Pelton,  whiln the relative cost per H. P. to bur was only  one>third to one-half that ot others. Water companies desiring to make tlio mast of their water  supply should discriminate in favor of the Pelton  .    One of these motors is now running presses of  Tub Minbr. where it may bo seen ia operation,  Write for circulars.  The Pelton Water Wheel Co.  San Frakcisco, Cau  131123 Vain 8t.  Thos. Dunn &f Co., IM  ��������� DEALERS IN  ���������'<.''���������������������������''���������'  ��������� is an������ inn ik������m.     aunr rtatt,   . mab an������ meet mn������ ~  MINIM'M*VCU. WIWMKi, MANILLA B*PBC,  OTXAMm n������������ AB������ CAPS.  ..; QUICK8ILVER������������^  Write for Quotations. Cable Address, "Dunn."  (133) "V\AJN"QOXJ"VEIt, B.  O.  Fred J. Squire  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  WINTER and SPRING GOODS  TWEEDS,   SERflES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS $25.00 AND UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. ������  NELSON,  B.C.  Start   a Small Bank   Iccount.  Direct from New York, 10 Gases of the most  Complete, Stylish  and  Fashionable Stock of  Ladies and  Gentlemen's  Footwear  in Kootenay.  Gome and Inspect our Stock and Compare with that  of   other   Stores   and  see  how  easily you  Can    Start    a   Small   Bank   Account.  W. H. GRAHAM & CO.  II iHtttNELSON SHOE STORE������������^l  THE QENELLE LUMBER CO.  Are  now   able  to  fill  orders  in  any  part  of the  city with all  kinds  of  Rough  and   Finishing  material.  '^\  Yard at  present south  of C.  P.   R.'station.  Leave yojur order  with   Christie   & Annable,   opposite the   postoffice.  824  A.  E.   YOUNG,  AQENT.  COOL REFRESHING ������������  \JKJ*KS J-i -A-NCLSON 8O0A WATER  FAOTORY-*-  A1I kinds of Carbonated Waters.                       Orders delivered promptly.  ������������  JP.  O.  BOX  88   A PULL LINE OP  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  Just received fit the  POST OFFICE OIGAE STOBE,    m   S, J, MIGHTON  ���������tmm������������������+m������������HH ���������������������������������������������������������������<  New Arrivals  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^ i  Reinz's Bvapomteti Sorse BadisJi  McLaren's Imperial Cheese  Jobastou's Beef Hxtract  JoJmstou's Pmeapple  3. C, Cocoa  Blue Pomt Oysters  Freucb Mushrooms  Waccaroui aud Cheese, (Cauued)  Cauued Asparagus  Jersey Creamery Butter  Another 25 Dozen of Fresh Eggs  We also received some of  Cellar's. Marmalade  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������t������������HMMHMM������tt  B. C. C. O. D. GROCER Y  Farley <fc 8imp������on.  ^TTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTy  ^ Just Opened ^^ ;h  I        NEW GROCERY STORE       3  ^ a Fun .I** crQrocer ies, Provisions, Etc. ->|  t ��������� New Stock.     Everything First Class.     Prices Right. d.  h We make ������8p���������MJl������lt7 of TEAS and COFFEES.   Glveusacall. Hij  E *������������������������������������     J. j&-- x^irTNOr &c do.   3^1  *"���������        ApplewiuUte Block Baker anil Kootenay Streets  Same Hock as Bank ot Montreal.  819      A  HARDWARE  SHELF HARDWARE  BAR IRON and STEEL  ORE CARS and BUCKETS  Smart's Perfection Ranges  Coal and Wood Heating Stoves  niNER'S     SUPPLIES    A    SPECIAL    FEATURE  Agents for E.B. EDDY'S Paper.     A Large  Stock  of all  Kinds on hand.        :        :        :  Vancouver Hardware Company, Ltd.  VANCOUVER ���������*������ NELSON, B.C.

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