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The Miner Feb 5, 1898

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 PT  \_>.'.  1  ' _��������� --  /���������  Whole Numbei_ 389.  NELSON VS. ROSSLAND.  THE  TWO  TEAMS  OEOBS  STI0K3  AT HOOKEY.  Value  Declared   a   Itraw.���������BMilandcr*  Refase to Play on" (lie Tie  "  That Evening.  The hookey mutch played last Saturday evening in the Arcade rink between  the Roesloud and Nelson teams was one  of the best exhibitions of hockey ever  given in the Kootenay district. The  visitors were on their return from a trip  through the northern Sloeau towns, in  which the Sandon and Kaslo teams fell  easy victims to their prowess and naturally expected to. add one more to their  list of victories. Tbe game was to have  been played in thfr afternoon, but1 as the  visitors only arrived the city about noon  and complained ot feelings little wearied  after the trip on the boat from Kaslo, the  home team agreed to postpone the match  until evening to allow tbem an opportunity ot resting and getting into good condition for play.  A large number of spectators attended,  the standing room in the rink being  crowded, and such was the fame of the  visitors that bat few expected \ that the  home team would make much showing  against them. These tew however showed their confidence by taking any bets  offered by the Boeslanden. and a considerable amount of money was wagered on  the result Before the game started the  captains of the two teams agreed with  the referee that in case of a tie, the game  should be continued for fifteen, miuutes  or until n deciding goal was scored.  The two teams lined up at 8:20 and tbe  puck was placed in motion. From the  start lhe game was lively and the rubber  wm frequently in close proximity to gbul  but five minutes elapsed before a goal  wm soored by a well directed shot by  Thompson (or Nelsou. Rossland scored  the seooud goal in 12 minutes, and when  halt time was called both teams had  three goals to their credit. Id tbe second  half, every effort was made by each team  to win. Rossland scored first, after  hard fight of tea  tbem a lead which was soon changed by  Nelson scoring the next two goals. The  visitors scored tbe next goal, making the  score agniu a tie. The hour allotted for  play was now almost up and both teams  played fast and furious to score a deciding goal. Tbe superior staying power  of tbeNelsoo team was now plainly visible and the nuck was constantly in the  vicinity of the Rowland goal. Neither  side however succeeded in scoring again  until the referee's whistle announced  time. On hearing this the Nelson goal  stopped playing and a Rossland forward  shot the puck between the posts, but the  goal was not aliowed-by-the-refe_ee,ioir-  the umpire,   ... ,;;.-....  ;,-'���������-  According to agreement a deciding  goal was now to. be ployod; but either  because the Rossland > team bad money  on the game aud were afraid of losing it  or did not wish to return home defeated  they refused to play any more. The  game was accordingly declared a draw  aud all bets docliired off. The Nelson  players remained on the ice for fifteen  minutes ,nnd then claimed the game  nuder protest. Mr. E. C. Senklcr referred the game to the satisfaction of both  players and spectator.. Messrs, Rae ot  Rossland and Migblon of Nelson acted  as umpires and Messrs. Carley and Love  were tim. keepers., The crowd was very  enthusi. stic throughout the game and  any brilliant play by either side was vigorously applauded. Great disappointment was expressed by the audience at  the refusal of the visitors to ploy a deciding goul, which tbey certainly had no  reason to decline doing after having  entered into the agreement. The Nelson  boys showed great improvement in their  play since their match here with Sandon  a few weeks ago and are now in condition  to hold their own with the crack teams  of the Kootenay.  THE CITY OOUNQIL.  BH_lDc._TroBsai.IC-l at lhe Regular Meeting on. Monday Afternoon.  The regular meeting of the Nelson  city- council was held on Monday afternoon at whichMayor Houston presided  and all the "aldermen were present.  After routine the special committee re  supplies for the fire brigade reported  recommending that the supply of hose,  whistles, coats, boots, belts etc. asked  for by the brigade be procured, and  on motion of Alderman Malone and  Gilker the mayor was instructed to  purchase the same.  " The board of works recommended  that ho steps he taken to open a new  street to the railway station until the  old road is closed.  Accounts to the amount . of ������175  were read and referred to the finance  Nelson, British!-, Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 5, 1898.  Price Five Cents  ������  A  committee to report ou at next meet-  in-?.  A. communication was received from  J. Stewart manager of the B. 0. Corporation stating that his company  could not sell back to the city, the debentures of the corporation, at par.  The mayor explained that the city  lias now to its credit lying in the Bank  of Montreal about f 1,800 towards the  sinking fund, which brought in only  3 per cent interest and if two of these  debentures bearing 5 percent interest  could be retired it would bean annual  saving of 8100 interest.  On motion of Aldermen Malone and  Gilker the mayor was instructed to  find out the best rate at which these  debentures could be bought back.  A letter was received from Hon.  Speaker Higgins inviting the mayor  and aldermen ito be present at the  opening of the Provincial Parliament  and the new parliament buildings in  Victoria on the 10th inst.   The clerk  was instructed to acknowledge the  invitation.. .  Tenders for the construction of a retaining wall on Ward street were received as follows:���������  W. Campbell   M200  Onslow Newling    43M  Noel & Thompeoa, wall only    2370  _..*eU&_������ttS,mPBOn- "*M and grading....   __20  W. P. McKacheia.......... .7/7.....   Mil  PoundmyfcMcBSth....    42(9  Poundray&McBetb, wall only...    3074   The  tenders were referred to the  public works committee.  Whalley���������Gilker. That the city engineer be instructed to inspect the  bridges on Baker, Vernon and Victoria  streets and report as to their safety  when teams are trotting over them.  Carried..  On motion the mayor was authorized  to purchase material for completing  the sewers.  The mayor suggested that tlie council take steps to urge upon the post  office department the advisability of  establishing a mail' service between  Nelson and Fort Steele. At present  there is a good road for the entire distance and new towns are springing up  along the route. The town of Fort  Steele has a weekly service with Golden on the main line of the C. P. R.  and a short time ago a weekly service  was established with Kaliapel and  Montana. This latter was of little  benefit to the people of Canada. Tlie  A-^w**������b������nt������--of Fort" Steele transact  minutes. This ������'������������ their banking business at Calgary and  Vancouver and if this mail route were  established a great deal of that and  other business would come here. The  town of Moyie is becoming a place of  importance and is as yet without  postal facilities.;        ; r  Acting upon the mayor's suggestion  the council authorized him to communicate with the Postmaster General  and Mr. Bostock M. P. in the matter.  Council adjourned to Monday February 7 at 3 p. in.  J., ports sadImport*.  Summary statement of goods imported andexported^and^the revenue  collected at the port of Nelson, B. C.  during January, 1888.  _��������� IMPORTS... "���������--..  Dutiable  9 73.812 00  Free........'..........  8,783 00  Total Imports.  ,.* 8S.G35 00  Duty collected         | 21.125 M  Other revenue.      850 50  Total Revenue   121.976 18  KXTORTS.  Ore 87*0 tons.  ������ 4!). ,888 00  Copper Mat lo   700 " ..   630,501 00  Gold Bullion        -,_00 00  KEV-KKUK  c   Total......  il._97.4-. 00  The Forest   30 00  Animals and their Prod uce  HO 00  Manufactures.       5,0*4 00  Total.....  Kelson   Ki-Klo   HoHHland....  Trail... .....  Wane ta ��������� -....  Nakusp   Kykcrt'H   Sheep Creek.  ���������1,'_0_,6_0 00  ...9 10.3T. 51  ...     4,723 04  ...     3,773 74  982 77  736 3*  _____  10021  1 84  The La������t 1'kanec ttronp.  Wilson Bros, of Nelson who went to  England last fall have returned to the  the city- While in the old country they  succeeded in organizing a company witb  a large capital to engage in mining operations in this district. On Tuesday last  .hey took up their bond of $5000 on the  Last Chance group on Toad mountain,  1J������������ miles from Cottonwood Lake. This  is a copper-gold proposition running very  high in copper and looks very promising!  There has been considerable development  work done on the claims and it is the  intention of the new company to push  work on theproperty as they feel confident  they have got hold of a good miije.  . Carljrle Goe* lo tie B. A. ���������������     ..<>  It is announced from Victoria that W.  A. Carlyle, mineralogist for the provincial government and head of the Mining  Bureau is about to resign his position to  accept that of general superintendent  and consulting mineralogist for the British American Corporation. Governor  Mackintosh who represents the great  British syndicate has been endeavoring  for some weeks past to secure the services of Mr. Carlyle and has at last succeeded. oThe salary is said to be a  princely one.  Js- /������'!  NEWS FROM THE N������H  THE 8.  S. 10ITT 0? SEATTLE AE-  BIYES AT VIOTOfilA.  rammers an* CoM __*-_���������___ The ___.a_._l_e-  Harder at Skagway���������VIre  at Janeaa.  VicroBU, February B.���������(Speoisl)���������The  Steamer City of Seattle has just arrived from Alaskan. ports with 62 passengers and 9200,000 ingold and drafts.  Hugh Madden of Nelson and six others  from Dawson City were on board. All  have done well in the Klondike.  A double murder is reported from  Skagway. Andy MoQrath accused Ed.  Fay, a bartender of, robbing him and  brought MarshallJ. M. Rowan. On entering the saloon Fay shot both men.  Rowan died instantly. Pay was arrested  by the citizens' committee and for a time  it was thought be" wonld be lynohed.'  Mrs Rowan waa seriously ill at the time  and the shook of hearing of her husband's  murder caused her death.  There is a big rush from Dawson City  to Stewart river.  A fire at Juneau a few days ogo destroyed the court house and all the records. Fourteen prisoners confined in  tbe jail, which was attached to the court  house were turned loose and some have  not yet been re-eaptured.  A man is reported frozen to death on  the Skagway trail, near tbe summit  Name unknown.    .  epemlag ft the LegUlatare.    .  ��������� ViCTO-U_i, Feb., 6.���������{Special)���������Great  preparatioos are being made for the opening of. parliament and the new parliament buildings on February 10.      >  sport at <������������*.**..  There was a hot time at the hookey club  meet at the skating rink 00 Thursday  evening. A large crowd attended and a  good programme of races, etc. was given.  The first event waa a bait mile skating  race backwards, between Duncan aud  Harrington, a close race and won by Pun-  out). --Tbe next waa a mile raoe between  W. Hippereoo nv4 3>. RUt_M.r_o._l~ Won  by Hipperson. Quarter mile, foot race  on the ice, between Beasley and Nunn.  Beasley won easily.  Exhibition ot fancy skating by Chas.  Ponoqgb. \  The final event was a hockey matoh "between the Wah-Wah's and the Go-Go's  which was an excitiug contest, tbe Wah-  Wah's wiuning by a score of 7 to 6.  The rem Mine.  J. A. Veaeb, superintendent of the Fern  mine is in tbe city. To a reporter Mr.  Veach stated that work at the mine is  progressing favorably and large bodies  of ore of good value are being uncovered.  An electric light plant has beenjnstalled  and it is tbe intentfon to immediately put  iu a cyanide plant to treat the tailings of  the stamp mill, which at present are being  stored. It is expected that tbe cyanide  plant will double the output of gold per  ton. The ten, stamps will not be put in  until after the cyanide plant is installed.  The next clean up will be abcut tbe end  of February.  A *ew Ta*.  The tug being built by Capt. Angus  Campbell and Elliot & Hnle on the j-oint  below tbe Nelson and Fort Sheppnrd  depot will be completed about tbe  middle of March. It is 80 ft. long, 14 ft,  beam witb 0% ft. draft of water. The  machinery is now on the road from the  Waterons Engine Works, B.antford,  Ont and when completed the tug will be  one of the best boats of its kind on the  inland waters of British Columbin. It  will be used for towing on the Kootenay  lakes.  The Nelnon [ran Vferfcu.  The Nelson: Iron Works are running  in full blast, and are employing 12 men  at present. They are kept busy making  and repairing machinery for the mines  of the vicinity. They recently completed  a contract for the water hydrants for  Grand Forks. The works were established in July 1807 by J. A. and W. B.  Honeyman, who are experienced founders  and metal workers, and are provided  witb as good and as large mscbinery ns  any in the province. They also.employ  only the most competent workmen. This  is an industry winch is a great coaveu-  ience to mine owners and should receive  every encouragement.  A Bicb Mineral Uelt.l  There is at present a great deal of interest being taken by mining men and  investors in the gold and copper belt  comprising Forty-nine and Hall creeks,  ���������which from present indications bids fair  to become the richest mining district in  the Kootenay. The district includes the  Silver King, Fero, Northern Light group  of the Bright Prospects Co., Referendum  and Athabasca. The Fern, Northern  Light and Referendum are free milling  // **-**:.  propositions, all ot whioh are being developed and show well defined bodies ot  ricL^ oxidized quarts. The Northern  Light group carries values in the ledge  at a depth ot seventy-five feet of ilOO per  ton oheifly gold and shows a width ot  ledge matter of 44 inohet. There are  many other floe prospects in this section  on whioh there is but little development  work done, but which show rich bodies of  ore from surface indications. The prospects are that this district will be a very  attractive one for investors during the  oottiog year. -         1      ������������������     .��������� ��������������� ��������� *.  lUM <ild������*d __<-___ the U Hot.   c'  At the regular meeting of the Le Boi  Mining and Smelting company held in  Spokane on Tuesday last it was decided  not to declare any dividend for January.  The starting of the Norhport smelter  requires a liberal fund in the treasury  and the money whioh usually is paid out  in monthly dividends will be utilized for  the purchase of ore. The smelter is at  present handling about 160 tons of ore  per day.  1 The ���������������_������<__ __���������!��������� TwMel.  The contract for 100 feet ot tunnelling  on the Golden Dale property, about 900  yards from the Silver King, on Toad  mountain has been awarded to II. Young  andC. W.Townsend of Nelson for $1,700.  The Golden Dale ia a oopper-gold proposition and as far as developed gives good  values.  Hare Mining Bales.  Messrs. Roisterer and Clements, whose  purchase of the 3. R. C. and Silver Cup  claims was reported last week, made  another deal for valuable properties in  the Nelson district this week. On Tuesday last they became owners of three  claims, tbe Bismuth, Squire and Leading,  situated on Hidden creek, 4>( miles east  of the Nelson and Fort She'ppard railway,  and lmile from the Union Jack. Tbe  sellers were well known lloeal.parties and  the purchase price is said, to be 16,000.  The Bismuth shows 6 veins varying from  2 to 7 ft. iu width, carrying iron pyrites  and galena.  The Squire shows 4 veins varying from  10 (0 20 ft. in width barrying iron pyrites  and* galena  The Leader shows 1 vein 4 ft. wide  carrying iron pyrites and arsenic The  formation of all three is porphyry and  ���������it-.B .uiqgi^jutt eousidere*! very prom-  ising properties.'  The *eap Tear-  Work on the Leap Year claim on  Rover creek, which was suspended about  six weeks ago will shortly be resumed.  The company are making arrangements  for sending out supplies to tbe claim.  Tbe tunnel is in 200 feet and it is expected that the lead will shortly be struck.  The Winnipeg anil Vnrefca.  The Winnipeg and Eureka Miuing C<*.  Limited have sent out a force of 5 men  and a large quantity of supplies to their  claims on Toad mountain, about two  miles from the Silver King. It is their  intention to open up tbe olaim and drive  a tunnel to strike the lead.  Mining  News.  The ore shipments from Saudon, last  week were 830 tons.  Ore shipments from Rossland tarn  January I to 29 amounted to 5606 tons.  YV. II. Bell of Kossland has purchased  the Wisser claim ou Sophie mountain tor  $5000.  Tbe tunnel is in 154 feet ou tbe Wild  Horse ������t Ymir and tbe vein baa widened  until a crosscut is neeessary to aseertaio  its width.  The British American corporation have  a force of 12 men at work in the gteat  Western at Koatland. Tbey have also  a force of men at work on the West Le  Roi and the Niokle Plate.  A company has been organized in England to work the Victory-Triumph mine  near Rossland and operations will start  at once.     .      ,," ���������.  A new company is to be organized to  operate the Noble Five mine ia the Sloean. James Dunsmnlr has bought all  the outstanding claims againt the company and the management will be in entirely new, hands.  The recent strike on Sunset No. 2 at  Rossland, lias widened to a four and a  half foot ore body. Each blast shows an  increase in width of ore and it is thought  the strike will prove a phenomenal one.  About 60 men were laid off at tbe  Sloean Star last week and the mill was  closed down temporarily until the mine  caa be opened up in a more advantageous shape, iu order that the ore may  be taken out more cheaply and in larger  quantities.  Tbe following mines within five miles  of Sandon are dividend payers: Ruth,  Payne, Washington, Goodenough, Monitor, Surprise. Reco, Alamo, Idaho, Wonderful, Sloean Boy, Sloean Star, Last  Chance, Rambler-Cariboo, Freddie Lee,  Antoine, Jackson and Wellington.  GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.  EVENTS   OF   HTERE8T   IH  AND  ABOUHD HEL80I.  Brief   Mentlan   t   Bappenlaa.   In  ���������.strict Baring lhe IN-rt  ���������cven _hur__  lhe  //  W. K. Esli__������i'of the Rossland Miner  is in the city.  N. F. McKay, a Kaslo barrister spent  Friday in the city,  John Keith of Waneta spent Thursday in city.  A postal savings bank has been  opened at Sloean City.  F. Bannctts of Sherbrooke, Que, is  in the city on mining business.  F. W. Peters, district freight agent  of the C. P. R. visited Spokane this  week.  Win. Braden of Braden Bros. Pilot  Bay spent a few hours in the city yesterday.  H. "W. Simpson of NakuBp, manager  of the Genelle Lumber company, spent  yesterday in the city.  Inspector Burns visited and inspected the principal's department of the  Nelson school on Monday.  Workmen are engaged removing  the band stand from Ward street, and  clearing away the site for the retaining wall to lie built," Noel and Thompson have the contract.  The guests of the Royal Hotel entertained a number of their friends with  a social dance in the dining room of  the hotel on Friday evening at which  an enjoyable time was spent.  The British.Columbia   Gazette   of  Jan. 27th, contained a notice of the  appointment of Dr. Symonds to be  medical health officer of the Provin  cial jail, Nelson.  The regulw meeting of tho Ladies,  Hospital Aid will be held at the Presbyterian' church. Monday, February  7, at 3 o'clock. The ladies of Nelson  are cordially invited to attend. -  A meeting of the South Kootenay  Board of Trade will lie held 1 on Monday afternoon next to discuss the  question of memorializing the government re public buildings, or Nelson.,..  I_. King/������f the firm of Bui-dick &  King, Kaslo, passed through Nelson  on Tuesday, en route home from attending the curling bonspiel at Calgary.  G. M. Annable, a rancher of Moose  Jaw, N.W.T. spent a few days in the  city this week. He brought up a carload of beef which he disposed of to P.  Burns & Co.  The Bank of Montreal is reported to  have purchased the Martin block on  Columbia Avenue Ros-land for $15,000  and will erect a handsome brick or  stone building on the site.  There is n rumour flying about town  that the C. P. R. has bought tho two  lots belonging to R. Hull of Calgary at the cofnei- of Baker and Stanley streets for $10,000 cash. The  rumour at present requires confirmation.  J. Kellogg recently foreman at the  Silver King mine has left the service  of the Hall Alines Co. This place is  taken by R. L. Anuit who bring!, the  highest recommendations from prominent mining men in Colorado.  The name of the new town at Goat  river landing has been changed from  Kalama to Kuskanook. The name is  taken from the Indian word "Okus-  konook" which signifies "the end of  the lake.v  John Elliott, as solicitor for the applicants gives notice in the last British  Columbia Gazette of a private bill to  incorporate a railway company from  a point at or near Nelson to Six Mile  Creek and thence to the divide Iwtween  Lemon and Springer creeks.  Hon. C. H. Mackintosh for the British American Copoi-ation has purchased the Argentcnil mineral claim  on the cast side of the north fork of  Salmon River, twelve miles from  the Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway.  A Montreal dispatch says that there  was great jubilation among the holders of Fern mining stock when they  received the first dividend of live per  cent, as this is the Gist return any  eastern Canadian shareholdci-s have  received from any British Columbia  mine in which they have invested.  J. French, contractor on the Crow's  Nest Pass railway arrived from Goat  River Landing on Thursday, and  leaves today for Dawson   city where  ho will spend some time before engaging in construction work on the  Teslinlake railway.  New ADVxims_u_nrrs.���������W. O. Lillie,  boots and shoes; W. H. Qrabam ft Co.,  boots and shoes; Vancouver' Hardware  Cd.; Merchants Bank of Halifax; Castiar  Central Railway Co; Nelson Cafe.  Neill Keith, contractoron theOrow's   '  Nest   Puss railway  construction  returned on Thursday from a trip to  Macleod.    Mr. Keith left on Friday -  for his camp east of Goat river landing  and will at once "remove his outfit to  Tesliu lake where he will engage in _,  construction work for Mackeosie St;' '<  Mann.  A fourth department of the public._  school was opened on Tuesday in the  S. A. barracks on Victoria street with  Miss Rath, teacher, in charge. Pareota  having children of school age are.  requested to send them to school as  there ia now nmple accommodation  for all.  The council of lhe Rossland Board cf  Trade at a meeting held last Saturday  endorsed D. C. Corbin'* application for  a railway charter from Casoade City to  Grand Forks. Mr. Corbin will apply,  to both the Provincial and tbe Dominion parliaments for a charter.'  H. Forde of the wholesale grain and  produce firm of Henry, Forde ft Co. of  Rossland and Edmonton is in the city.  The Arm has decided to open a business  in Nelson in order to secure a share of  the Crow's Nest Pass trade and are  having a large warehouse erected  along the lake front spur of the C.P.R  which will be completed in a couple  of weeks. Orders or enquiries left .  with Turner, Bceton ft Co., will receive  attention.  WHY HOT ALL BJOTlBfi SUBJECTS?  Amendment m**** (��������� ������|v������ CMMMIImm  rrlvllrfc* m AlMha.  Senator Carter of the United S.Ht������������  baa offered to the bill granting right* of  way in Alaska, an Mnendment wbiob  affirms and continues tbe present mining regulations and also add* the following provisions:  '-Provided tbat native born oitiset* of  .*_,������ ^?f-7������ -"OMsdn shall t* Wded  in said territory of Ala.*, ,,��������� ^ ^_  log rights nnd privileges aofiortfef *������  citizens ot the United States in British  Columbia aud the North West Territory  by the laws of the Dominion of Canada,  or tbe local laws' nod regulations, and  the secretary ot tho interior shall from  time to time promulgate fid ���������ofotes  rules aud regulations to carry tbit provision into effect."   '  0KE 8HIPKE1TT8.   .  *umn**ry mt Anion*! ���������?  Experte* From tkr |������*rt of Velse*.  So far in 1808 tlie value of the mineral  exports from Southern Kootenay through  tbe port of Nelson amounts to $1,429,262.  During the month of January tbey  amounted to $1,193,458, an increase of  almost 100 per cent over that ot January  1807. From present indications there is  every reason to believe that the output  of the mines of Southern Kootenay  will be over $15,000,000 in the year im.  The record for January is very gratifying  end it is expected that the monthly totals  will be largely increased at soon as spring  opens by tbe addition ot a large number  of shipper., ltelow is ^iven tbe flgurea  since January 31,  JUATl'K AND BULLION.  TONS  Trail 8mo_tar [Matte)  go  Hall Mine. (Sfntte).  .......... to  OKK  Lo Hoi mine, lt_*8.an_......   l'ayne Mine, Sloean....   Iteco. Sloean   Ilambler, Sloean     Whitewater mine, Slocun   Kootenay Ore Company, KhhIo.  I-B_st Chance. Sloean   Black Diamond, Aingwortu   Sloean Star, Sandon .........   ..  Iron Mask, Rossland.   Total for the week...  Approximate Value,  Total for January   Total for February   Total no far for 18__   Total for 1897, via Kevelstoke  Total for 1897, port of Nelson 55.271  2846  ���������235.801.  TALUK  $l,_fl...__  H5.904  i.._9._6_  ;t������.i������  7,617.311  TOSS  8.903  _.������M  11.719  Marriage Ha. lee*.  Smitheringale-Kirkwood.���������At the residence of the bride's brother in New  Denver, on February 2, by Rev. R.  Frew, of Nelson, Charles .Edward  Smitheringale to Miss Emma Delilah  Alma Kirkwood.  Jainieson-McKae���������At the residence of  the bride's father, John McRae, Nelson, on Jan. 26, by Bev. Robert Frew,  John West Jamieson to Miss Mary  A. McBae.  Thry Want t'erulm to R_il<l-  At a mass meeting recently beld at  Cascade City, B. C, a coimnittee waa  appointed'to draft a petition to be forwarded to tbe Dominion parliament  asking tbat a franchise be granted the  Kettle River Valley Railroad (D. C.  Corbin's) which petition was drawn up,  signed by 90 persons and forwarded. THE MINER, NELSON <B. C, SATURDAY, FEBr ^89^  Wxt Jttiner.  THE MINER is printed on Siitu.clays, and  will be mailed to an j-address in Canada or  the United States for one year on receipt of  two dollars.   Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT AI.VE1OTSKMKNTS inserted  lit the rate of $3 per column inch per month.  TRANSIKNT ADVKIiTISESIKNTS inserted  at tlio rate of 15cents per nonpareil line first  insertion, and 10 ccnls per line for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements running  for Hhorter period tlntn three months are  classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor must  bo accompanied by the name and address  of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as evidence of good faith,  ���������THE LABEL on your pa|������er shows the date on  ���������which your paid up subscription expires.  If in arrears kindly remit and see that tho  date is changed, which should he sufficient  receipt.  I'lUNTING turned out in first-rate style at the  shortest notice.  ���������DORISS  The Miner Printing & PublishingCo.  NELSON, B. C  A-  LODGE MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. &A.  M. meets second Wednesday In each  month.   Visiting brethren invited.  G. L. Lennox, Secretary.  I.  O. O. F.     Kootenay Lodge,  No. lfl, meets every Monday night,  WW"   nt  their  Hull," Kootenay street.  Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.  WM. HODSON, Secretary.  .NELSON   LODGE  No. 25, K. of P.,  Wets in Castle hall, McDonald block  very Tuesday evening, at 8 o clock,  JA11 visitinK knights cordially invited,  J. .T. M_.LO.ri-. C.C.  (820) Geo. Paiitridoe, K. of R. and S.  NELSON  LODGE.   .1. O. G. T.      Mectsin  Castle Hall, McDonald Block, every Monday  evening at 8 o'clock.   VisiUnp. Templars cor-  dially invited. -"'"MSStar.  John Tklkokd, Scc'y.  indicate that the C.P.R. arc up to their  little games again. It is said that they  are now thinking of bringing the  Crow's Nest Pass line, up "Summit  creek from the Kootenay lake .and then  down Sheep creek,.which rim's into the  Salmon and consequently joins Mr.  Gorbin's' line. This route is probably  quite practicable arid as easy pf construction as the route along the 8__6re  of Kootenay lake.  It is some comfort to reflect that  oven if the Spokane line should be  absorbed by the C.P.It, -'Jim" Hill has  n way open into Kootenay by means  of the Kelson & Bedlington line, which  is a going concern and no dead letter.  Mr. Hill will be a much tougher morsel to swallow than Mr. Heinze or even  Mr. Corbin.  TOM TIDDLERS GROUND.  SATURDAY, FKB. 5. 1898.  THE BATTLE OF RAILWAYS.  The ; purchase. by the C.P. lt. of Mr.  Heinze's interests in Trail Creek is an  event of no little importance in the  history of the development of Kootenay. The lords of the great railway  have declared over and over again that  they are determined to get control of  the carrying trade of this country.  When they make up tlieiv minds to.a  thing they generally carry it through  and just now they happen to be in a  position to command large sums of  money with which to satisfy their  ambition.  It is the custom of the country to  regard/ the C. P. R. as-a'graspipgi.i.i.on-  opolyvof thewickedoBikimr'Tfie tale  of i^'exhdrSftrifc charges is long and its  greediness it described even to the  point of cutting off its own uose. It is  frequently stated that it actually stifles  trade by' its -ruinoils freight charges.  Npw all this may he true. It is unfortunately too often the method pursued  by American railway men, in the pursuit of what they call business. It is  however no less tho method of every  business man even in the smallest way  to "cinch" his customers when he gets  the chance. Instances .are not unknown even here:'.."ill" Nelson. That  other railways are equally grasping is  shown by the tact |lmt the Nelson and  , Fort-Sheppard-ra jlway.i.in^the-hope.  apparently of providing nourishment  for' its own bantling at Northport,  actually charges more from Hall Siding to Nelson than from Ymir to Nelson. If therefore the heel of the iron  horse grinds somewhat sharply upon  our necks we must riot complain, it is  the way of iron horses, nor must we  BritishvColtfmbians forget that only a  few years ago, we lay down and  grovelled in the iniid to beg of this iron  horse to come and trample on us. AVu  sold -om''"birthright,'".free trade, and  delivered ourselves body and soul into  bhe keeping of this monster, and if he  turns and "rends us now wo have only  ourselves to blame.  It is however a well known habit of  these great beasts, that wherever two  of them come together they cease from  grinding down the public and direct  all their endeavors to cutting each  others throats? It should therefore be  the object of everyone in this country  to do all they can to prevent any one  line establishing a monopoly over us.  Such a task is almost, if not quite  beyond the efforts of an unorganized  public and as such it comes rightly  within the province of the government  to protect the people from a danger  that they are practically powerless to  avert themselves. '������������������  Rumors from time to time fly round  of the possibility that the 0. P. It. may  purchase Mr. Cot-bin's line to Spokane.  There is no doubb they would like to  have it. They have swallowed Heinze  who in spite of his vast reputation for  shrewdness and ability' was easily  bluffed and finally checlimated in about  two moves. Mr. Corbin is a man of  different metal. He is not to lie  caught by chaff or -the purchase of a  few bricks to build a fabulous smelter.  But there is. of course a price at which  the line would 1>3 sold and'if the wiles  aud ruses of Van Home fail to provoke other response than an eye-wink,  straight cash will' probably do tho  business at once. Ibis hoped however  that this will not happen.  A curious rumor has been in circulation for the last few days which may  Newcomers   to this country   must  think tho old British Columbians a poor  lot.   Hero we have been sitting down  upon our mines for years and years  and now we allow all kinds of outsiders to come in and reap the golden  fruits of working them or of ' .-promoting" others to work them, the latter  being the richer harvest of the two.  The old saying that a prophet is not  without honour save in his own country breaks down in this case.   British  Columbians have been for years singing the praises of their   mines.and  inviting their fellow countrymen from  tho east and their kin from over the  sea to come  and   help   work them;  Their words were unheeded andjjfell  upon deaf ears, like the roar "of thijl  surge upon the cliffs or the whistle of  the wind upon the everlasting mountains.   There ax-e certainly one or two  exceptions to whom honor is due.  Mr.  Croasdaile floated the Silver King and  Mr. J. R. Robertson succeeded in organizing the L. & B. C. Gold Fields.  There were others who were not distinct successes.    But the bulk of the  mining itself has been done hymen  from the south and some of the promotion of companies.    In this latter  business the astute Yankee is a novice  beside  our   own  compatriots.     For  methods that amaze, and prospectuses  that make one gasp, they are uni-ival-  led.    Properties   are ~ mentioned ,to  which they have no more claim than  tlie man in the steet; groups of claims  in remote mountains, with ho more  work done on them than is necessary  to     drive     in      a   post.     become  mines; and future possibilities of luck  are gravely set forth as inducements  to purchasers.    And they catch on.  Millions are subscribed to buy shadows.  There is not a British Columbian who  is at all acquainted with the mining  districts of this province' who .could  not offer something  better,   and he  might as well offer peanuts to the skylark that sings in the summer sky.  Unfortunately this class of promotion does our country great harm.  Already more than one company promoted and worked on "brass band"  lines has made a bad business of it and  there are others that must surely follow in the same way. It is a matter  in which the public is almost helpless  Individual effort is of no avail; the  government can scarcely interfere, it  remains then for the press to take a  hand the job. It is obviously their  duty and their privilege to protect  thei_M;ouT_tl-y's~infef^s~^  The fear of libel need not deter them.  NELSON ' &4  1 IRON tfV  ,-*./ t WORKS  NELSON;B.d  Iron and llrn.n CiiNting. or Kvery Ite._rl|>-  tloii.   li-imln.   anil   Jobklac  83_ a snwiAi/ri.  1". C. GAMBLl' J.I-. FRANCIS I. O'REILLY.  M. lust. C.E.   M. Can, Soc. C.E. Assoc. M. Inst.CU.  M. Am. Soc. C.E.   I'. L.S. for B.C. l'.L.S. for U C.  (I-Me Kcs. En*. Dep. of l*ul>. Wits. Russian<l. B.C.  uf Canal. In ll.C.)  Nelson. B.C.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY  CIV1I, ENUIl-EKJU.,     9     9     9  9     PROVIKCIAL LAND SURVBYOttS.  Accountants and General Agents.  Agent* Insurance Co. of North Amertcm.  NELSON -       <787. - B. C.  "Just  Opened"  THE  FERN  CJOAR   STORE  Next door to Spokane Northern ticket office  We carry a full line of   '     TV-h*_-*>_->r-C  Kngllsh and American    lODaCCOS  Imported and Domestic CIGARS  G1reu*3<*. MOHER b BUSS  NEW YEAR  flusical   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.  There is certainly one journal in difficulties in this matter just at present. As  the .affair is sub jutlice we cannot refer  to it more than to say that it is not  quite a case in, point. A journal that  fearlessly comes out and tells the  truth about any prospectus need fear  no injustice at the hand, of anyone  except the baulked swindlers.       -'>-  There is a great inconsistency in this  matter? A commercial traveller Avho  comes into our towns to sell goods has  pay a heavy licence. A n|>ort_iim_i  who comes to shoot a few deer, a bear  or two, a sheep or what not, has to  pay a fee; of 850 for doing so. Th������-  company promoter comes in, makes  hundreds of thousands ot dollars, gives  tho country a bad name and goes away  laughing in his sleeve at those slow old  British Columbians who at present  seem to own the Tom Tiddlers ground  of the world. .  The critical condition of atTairs in  China may or may not be interesting  to Kootenay readers. But China possesses the rjchest veins of silver ore  ever yet discovered, and if ever she  begins to work them with the abundance of cheap fuel and cheaper labour.  She has at hand, good bye to the silver  mines of the Sloean; At present how-  over the policy of the Celestial empire,  peculiar as it may seem is our salvation. According to Chinese ideas, as  long as their abundant deposits of coal  and minerals remain untouched in the  earth they are theirs, they can sit and  gloat over them. But experience has  shown tliem-that _if they are opened  up, the wealth rapidly transfers itself  to,"western devils" and they are left  with nothing but a hole in theground.  LIMITED.  _C2  asfELSOJ-T-  PBOrESSlO-iAl f.U_D_������.  -T\RS, HALL & HAWK12Y. PHYSICIANS  ������J and Surgeons. Offlce. Itoker 8t_J own  Ward St.. Nelson B.C.   Tetephono 7&   <8������  A.  II. -IIOLDICH, ASSAYT.lt AND ANA  lytical Chemist, Hall p* rect. Nelson. 701  L.  It.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,  tary Publio, Sloean Citjr.  NO-  454  M.  B. C.  L. GUIMMETT, LL. B��������� BARRISTER.  Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc., Sandon  (134)  EM. SANDILANDS. GENERAL AGENT  _   Kire   Insurance  and   Mining  Broker,  Sandon, 11. C. ������������  LETCHER S. ANDREWS. BAIIRISTKR.  F  diaii Kire Insurance Co.  Mining properties for sale,  Solicitor, etc.   Sole Agent for the Can*  ���������     - -       "Real Estate and  Slocun City, B.C.  /~t ORE. BURNET & CO.. PROVINCIAL  O" and Dominion Land Surve jr ow and Civil  Engineer!. Nelson. H. C. Room No. 4, over  Th.iiwon _c Co.'h Book Store. 644  WANTED.���������Workinft bonds to develop mining proportion with subsequent option to pur-  chare. Apply by letter only. Riving fulldetaili  to Manager, Klondike Information Bureau'  636 Hasting. Street, Vancouver. _t  After....  Stock-Taking:  YOU   WILL  REQUIRE A  New Set of Books  ��������� ���������   AN'-   .  Office or Pocket Diary  AND PERHAPS  A Typewriter?  We HaVe Theijt  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  CANADA DRUG&B00K Ofl.  83.  LIMITED.  COOL REFRESHING ���������s  ^ ^ ******/ ���������*-' -*rNEU_ON 80DA WATER FAOTORY^  All kinds of Carbonated Waters.                    . Orders delivered promptly.  629  ������������.   O.   BOX   88   A FUU. UNE OF ""  TOBACCOS  reeejVed at the  post ovvm mm stobr  _������ s. i mto-iton  BUY A  FARJl  A Paradise  for  the   Homeseeker  ...IN  EAST  KOOTENAY  and  Sportsman.  We have 26,000 acres   of choice  FARMING  JLAND  For Sale at prices ranging-  from  $2.56  to $30  per acre.  EASY TERMS. Five yearly payments, Six per cent. Interest.  CROWS'   NEST  PASS   RAILROAD  row* through.our. lands, and  the  richest Mining   ugh   ....    ._  Country in British Columbia.  NOW   18   THI   TIMIt  TO   BUY,  Don't miss this chance, but get a home while  .     ^f__. ._   .._.__  land Is cheap.  "FnH~inf6Matioiirw*.t_ri_rap. and pwrticuiaiw "  OF  LONDOK.   CN3UANB.  T. G. PROCTER.  B*ker Street    .     .     .      .     .  M  MANAQCF. 816  NELSON, 0. C  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surreyor.  Office:  AND   ROS8LAND, B. C.  NELSON  -   HO  Where to get  it.  -^--ASK F0R>-^^  Liidon  CARSS MACKINAW  4>  J_J  2  -, re  C/5  WHl-N "BUYINC                              i  !  MINERS' OR LUMBERMEN'S CLOTHING  4>  The only Genuine Mackinaw  Manufactured    in     Canada.  CARSS MACKINAW  0  u  'm,  4-1  --C  3  X  777 ~       Stamped on Every  Garment  Not     Genuine     unless    ��������� so"  Stamped.      See    that    you  ���������    Get it.  '.. - -, v >   ' '.r   ���������'':-. . ..  W. CARSS & CO., ORIIiLIA, ONT.  Hume &"C  J. A. Gilker's,                    Nelson    t  Q ROC ERIE 5  Meats,- Teas,   Coffees,  Fruits  and   Vegetables,  and   other   Groceries.       A   first  and   canned,  assortment.  SOLE  ',^B5sbb_----/ Okell   &  dried  class  783  STRICTLY   WHOLESALE  AGENTS   IN  K00TEXAY  FOR  norris'   Jams,   Pickles,    etc.  _ KOOTENAY  SUPPLY  CO.  w*" ���������isr.BJi-.aoisr.  BOOT and SHOE  CHEAPNESS   -  FOR FEBRUARY^^^  Commencing Saturday.���������Continuing all Month  ������.������-������o������)o>-������<������������.-o������.-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, LECHHNGS and OVERG-AITERS. 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 arty part of it at the same Discount.  Shoes at Scatteration Prices���������--i*^^^  ^__-.v.^wxv*.Help   us   Unload  L_fILLI E S      Opposite Hudson's Bay Co.  Are You Tall and Slim  If So You Can be Fitted  in one of Our NEW SUITS  at   $6.50   and $10.00.  PONT  FORGET THE  PLAOEi  P. 0. STORE  J. A. aiLKER  ?  1  Ware  We have just received an importation of Aluminum Ware direct  from  the factory,  comprising*  CAMP OUTFITS     TEA KETTLES  TEA poTS CHICKEN'S S������TS  NAPKIN   RINQS SPIRIT  LAMPS,  Etc. |  Aluminum Ware DOES NOT CORRODE OR TARNISH- J  It is three times lighter than iron, three and a half times J  lighter   than   copper   and   four times   lighter than silver.      y  1.  Call and  see our stock.  733  !   ^^NML80M^MM^DymRE^^.^  WWWm and PROVISIONS  Our  forced  are  appreciated  business is increasing so rapidly we are  to feel that our prices, methods and etc.,  ' '  J  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 --"V  are The   People.       ':        :       :        :        :        :   -  Oar of dried Fruit to arrive aext week.  Gret prices before pnroliasijig  SOB  M. Des Bri&ay & Co.  C. E. MALLETTE  W. R. JOHNSON  O. E. MALliETTE & OO.  DEALERS   IN  HAT > FEED % AND ^ PEODUCE  Fresh Butter, Eggs and Vegetables always in  Stock at Lowest Market Rates. Agents Lion  Brewery,   Rossland, B. C.  BAKER STREET,  707  NELSON, B.C.  GOAL!    COAL!   COAL!  Having been appointed agents for the Northern Pacific Coal Company,  any orders left with us will have prompt attention.  &AMBLE & OlEILLY, Baker St., Nelson.  We are also agents for the Victor Oil Co., Ltd., manufacturers ot  Monarch Cylinder Grease (Solidified Cylinder Oil), Monarch; Lubricants  (or bohdified Oils), Insurance Company of North America, The Imperial  Insurance Company, Ltd., of London, England, The Canada Accident  Assurance Company.  GOO  Plate Glass Assurance THE MINER NELSON, B. C;. SATURDAY, EE-&. 5, 1898.  MINING TEANSFERS.  Where no consideration ia named In transfers  the nominal sum of SI is to be understood.  Nrlitun.  Jnn _8���������  Salliv-in. Fidelity. Bunker Hill���������J A Kennedy  to Wm Griffith and Frank Salisbury,  Comatte Fraction���������Christopher Sherbart to  AS Gray,..  Jan 29���������'  Basin���������P H Nolan to Alexander Allen, i.  Ca_tls-P VV Quinlan to Alexander Allen,..  Clinton���������J M Costella to Alexander Allen, J,  Bismuth, Squires���������F Squires to ItobtUeis-  terer and A H Clement.,..  Leading���������W B Pollard to sanio,}.  Jan 31���������  Star���������J P Svredbcrg to John Bloomberg, 1,  *___.  Emily. Huron, Last Clinnce���������George Davie..  Leonard Itaynhatn, and Win Delany lo Herbert  J Wilson, Hm  Febl-  Ida D-Wilson McKinnon to Thos Kane. 1-1?.  Nellie B���������Same to same, 1-12. .  Golden Gate���������J A GUlls to James Tyner, {,  IM.V ^:-'���������"'������������������  .Ocean Wave-John B Baxter to J WRoss, _.  t*������. -^-i   ���������   ���������    ���������    -  Feb2-  Summit���������Herbert O'Conner to D D.Birks.  ��������� Hawkcyc���������J F May to Chas Mackintosh,  $2900.  Argentcuil���������James   We.tgatc   to same, 1  ���������83.33.  Samo-M E Graham to same, ., $833.33.  Same-Edward Cole to same, f-oCO.  Feb 3-  Klondykc���������Arthnr Ferland to Joe Poquctte,  i,93S0.          NEW  LOCATIONS.  New Gold Fields of B. C. Limited.  Capital __2SO,000 ia ������1 shares. Head  office, London, England. Caldwell A.b-  wortL, Victorin, attorney.  United Trust, Limited. Head office in  England. Capital ������200,000 in ������10 sbares.  Gordon Tyson Legg, Vancouver, attorney.  -Western Cauudian'Bancbiog Company,  Limited. Capital ������100,000 in 100 founders' sbares of ������1 each and 9,900 ordinary  shares of __ 10 each. Head office in Eng-  land, Cnyler Armstrong Holland, Victorin, attorney.  NelKOM.  Jan 27-  ' Gold Pan���������J J IlacU, head Barret Creek, 5 ml  west N and F S ry.  Shamrock���������T Bcgley on McPhee creek, 3 mi  ne Apache group.  Jan 28���������  Boon eg���������M Kgnn. a tk Hall ck, 2 mi w of Fern  mine frmly Boonie Doon,  Erin-F J Squire, w side s fk Hall ck. 2mlw  Fern, frmly Erin's Isle.  Jan 31-  .   Klcndyke���������T F Trask, Hear ck, _ mi fm Ymir  adj Monte Cristo.  Febl-  Crib-R Hutchison, e side Wild Horse ck, i  , mi f m Ymir, adj Solo.  Solo-It C Pollock, e side Wild Horse ek, adj  Crib.  FebS-   .'.  Great Northern���������F Hamlin, s fk Porcupine  ck, adj Little Freddie.  Diamond Jubilee���������L Itaytiham andGPrcn  tice, n slope Toad mt, 1 mi above Cottonwood  lake, atlj Inkerman;  Addle���������F.C Gamble, head n fk Cottonwood  ck, frmly Phaonlx.  Maud���������C o Wl-kended, head nfkCntton-  wood lake, frmly Lackawana.  The Dominion Bniii  1 Loan Association  OF TORONTO  Are now giving straight  Loans on improved City  Property, on easy monthly  Payments.      ���������     ��������� ' '���������  <*^_5H-_������EC_.___   FEATVKEM-S^  No shares to be subscribed  for. No fines. No forfeitures. For f uther particulars as to terms, etc., apply  to undersigned.      ���������     ���������  11   6   0   fi  6   ������������ O   fi   ___)   Q  FOR SALE^*������s_^>  10 Roomed Howe on Silica St,  good Stable.    Only  81600.   : ."���������:  5 Roomed Cottage, $1200  4       " " fWO  4        ���������*        House,     $1000  ������ ������ ������ ������ ������ ������ ������ ������ ������  CHRISTIE M  &  ANNABLE  REAL  ESTATE   &  MINING BROKERS  BAKER ST.,    844 NELSON.  DRESSMAKING PARLORS  Miss Emma Smith begs to say  that she has removed her Parlors to the Traves' Block,  Baker St., upstairs, where she  will be pleased to meet all her  old customers and many new  ones.  812 ���������*^-____-_________M_SS EMMA SMITH.  Do you want Type? Do you want iMk?  Do you want to trade Vrtuent  Do you want to trade Paper CM. er_ ?  Do you want any .fling; in the Printing Macliin  eryllne?  If so write to  T9KONT9 TYPE VOIINDKY CO.  (������9 Bit Cardova Hi., Vaae. ������ve r, B. ������!.  JOHN MeLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial'8*"!  Land Surveyor.  649 NELSON, B. C.  MILLINERY and<^_  <_^DRESSMAKING-  Costumes Furnished  for any  Occasion    on   Short   Notice.  764  mrs. e. Mclaughlin.  KASLO & SLOGAN RAILWAY  TIME OARD NO. I  OAUFOBNIA'S GOLDEN JUBILEE.  T*������  Going West.  Leave 8.00 a. m.  8.26 a.m.  S._6������.m.  9.51 a, m.  10.03 a. m.  10.18 a. m.  10.3. a. m.  "   10,39 a. m. Junction  Are. 10.50 a.m. Sandon  Daily Going EAST.  Kaslo Arrive ISO p.m.  South Fork "     3.15 p.m.  Sproule'a "     2.15 p.m.  Whitewater    "     2.00 p.m.  Bear Lake . "     1.48 p.m.  McGuigan "     1.33 pm.  Bailey,. "     1:21 p.m  Leave  1.12 p.m.  1.00 p.m,  YeOlde  Fashioned . .  ENGLISH  GINGER  BEER  Thorpe & Co., Ld.  Tel. CO.  Vernon St.  Spokane Falls A,  Northern Rfy.  Nelson &  Fort  Sheppard R'y,  Red Mountain R'y.  The only all nil route without change  of cars between Nelson and Bouland and  Spokane and Rowland.  (Daily Except Sunday)  Leare 9.20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p-m.  "   12.-00 "  BOSSL'D    "    3:50  "  "    8.00 ������.m. SPOKANE   "   6.40 p.m.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus withStagft  Daily.  COLUMBIA ft WESTERN RT.  Schedule  EFFECTIVE   MONDAY NOV.   22,   1897.  _isr_EijS03_>r  Planing Mill 1  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS  SATISFACTION  GlMKAIN-TEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE. it  TH05. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.     ���������  westbound  fcASTBOUND  P.M  I'.M  P.M.  P.M.  P.M.  P.M.  No. 5 Ko. 3 No. 1  No. 3  No. 4 No. li  R:__  5.00  2:00  3:16  9*0.. ROBSON.. .8KKI  10:00...TRAIL.....7:09  U.la.ROSSCAND .6-00  1__J5  12K������  2-30  1:1$  in.  : No'*. 1 and 2 connect -with C. P. R. main line  steamer-, and trains to and from Nelson at  Robson. .  No's, 3 and 4 are local trains between Trail  and Kossland.  No's. 5 and 6 are local trains between Trail  and Robson. So. 0 connects with train No. 4  from Rossland.  All trains daily.  F. P. GUTELIUS, Gen. Supt.  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 aud Cured Meats at reasonable prices.  Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.   Mo  Have  You  Tried  ROBT. IRVING,      GEO. P. COPBLAND.  ___> G. F. &P. _. Superintendent.  Plf-eovw ������r GoWLU.tr Ut*nH of" a������  .(crlilenf. ..  Tbe people of California are celebrating  tbe fiftieth anniversary of the discovery  of gold in that state, with a Mining Fair,  which opened at San Francisco la_t  week. The ._t������ry.:bf the discovery: of  gold is as follows: -'  Towards the close of the Mexican war,  John A. Sutter, a Swiss emigrant who  went to California iu 1839, employed a  roving adventurer named James Wilson  Marshall 'to "han't up u good site for a  flour mill.    The point' selected was on  the north  fork of the American river  about sixty miles north east of where  Sacramento now stand..   The mill was  completed by  the middle of January  1848.   While looking at the gravel in the  mill race which had been piled up by the  rush of water when the gates were opened .Marshall saw some shining substance  and picked it up.    Knowing that gold  |__w_is-malleable-he4)c������unde_Utho.8ub3tance.  between two stones to test' it and found  oat that it was gold.   The news of the"  discovery spread like fire on the prairie,  ?o all quarters of the globe aud the rush  to tbe rich "diggins" set it. Eavines and  gulches were filled with miners, gold was  in everybody's bauds and the golden era  for the west commenced.   This accidental discovery of tbe yellow metal has been  the cause of the addition of millions of  dollars to the wealth of the world and the  opeuing of a vast region on the Pacific  ���������lope which but tor that might have lain  waste nod undeveloped for mauy years  afterwards.   It is estimated that the gold  ' mines of tho State have produced about  $20,000,000 in 1897, and a total of $1,294,-  438,777 in  the  past  fifty years.    The  largest yield was in 1852 when $81,294,700  were tnken out.  _.-i-ra-l'r������Y__.-Inl Ceiii.-aalM.  (llEGIBTBATIONS)  Buffalo Gold Mining Company. Capital $500,000 in $1 shares, Head offlce,  Spokane. Hugh R. Cameron, Nelson,  attorney.  Rochester Gold Mining Company.  Capital $500,000 in $1 shares. Roy H.  Clark, Rossland, attorney.  Sloean and Spokane Mining Company,  Capital 81.000,000 in $ 1 sbares. Head  office, Spokane. T. H. Callahan, Cody,  attorney.  White Grouse Mining Company. Capital $1,000,000 in $1 shares. Head office  Spokane.   H. L. Sawyer, Pilot Bay, B.C.  attooney:  (licenses)  B. C. Land and Investment Agency,  Limited, Capital, ������40,000 in ������1 shares.  Head office at 15 Sergeants Inn, London  England. Cayler Armstrong Holland,  Victoria, attorney.  Canadian and American IMortgage  . and Trust Company, Limited. Capital  ������50,000 iu 4500 ordinary sbares of ������10  each and 10 founders' shares of ������500 each  Heap offlce in England. Gordon Tyson  Lege, Vancouver, attorney.  Incorporated Exploration Company  of B. C. Limited. Capital .3200,000 in $1  shares. Head office London, England.  John Hopp, Slough Creek, B.C.. attorney.  Ste-triiers ������������������Interhati6nal" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  and River.  Time Card in effect Oct.  1st, 1897.   Sul*jcct  to change without notico.  Five Mile Point connection with all passenger  ��������� ���������        - froi  trains ot N. & F. S. It. R. to and from  Northport, Kossland and  Spokane.  Ticket sold and baggage checked to U. S. points  Xeavo Kaslo (or Nelson and way points, daily  except Sundays, 5:45 a. m.  Arrive, Northport  13:15 p. in.; Rossland 3:40 p. m.   _.    Spokane 6 p. m  Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, daily  except Sundays, 5:45 p. m.   Leaving Spokane 8  a. m; Rosuland 10:30n. in.; Northport 1:50p. m.  Kaslo, B. C, 1st Oct., 1897.  31 GEO. ALEXANDER Gen'l Mgr.  c lettriFic*��������� or ifti'ft.-V.aiiuro.  LAURENCE!   (FRAC.)  MINERAL CLAIM.  SiTUATE'm^TiiK Nemox MrNnfo DivisiO-T OF  West Kootenay District.���������Where Located. -Hali"    ______    NORTH   W������8T  or  mouth ok West Fork or AVild Horse  Creeic, Boundeo ox the South by  Nora, Muowump anb Gibbalter, on  East by Nelson and Nora and on-West  by Gibiialter Mineral Claims.  TAlvE NOTICE that Wc, Gore. Burnet te  Co., agents for London & British Colum-  Dia Gold Ffolds. Ltd., Free Miner's CertiAcate  No, 98790, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section  37, must  be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  GORE, BURNET SCO.  Dated this 29th day of November. 1897.  801  FURS  ���������Joseph Ai  UMBER!  Sag Ward  LUMBER!!  INCOfll'OtTt*..  EXPORTS!.������ AWE IMPORTERS.  300-a.a FlMT *Vf. NORTH._..,,  Minn kapouh. m i n n-  Brmc|:85Wh������rt8������.,VICT0I.U,fl.C.  J. A. PROWNf.M������M������i������.  I^MiNMnt. fellcitM.. Wrltt l������rClrcm������r.-������  Smoking:   Tobacco?  NORA   FRACTIONAL   AND POUNTNEY  FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIMS.  Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of  West -Kootenay District.���������Where Located.��������� IlALr mile north west or mouth  ok North Fork or Wild Horse Creek.  ri-AKE NOTICE mthat Wc, Gore,JBurnet &  Co.,   agents for J.' R.' Robertson   Free  iNT  Recorder for a eo-t-flcate of improvements, for  ^o.^ _ _        _    rt-TnerVccrtnicate Nb. 84678, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  tibovc ciftims*  And further talte notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  GORE, BURNET & CO.    .,  Dated this 29th day of November, 1867.      803  KOOTENAY   Up  SAW WW-  Nelson Office *w4 Yard  FOOT OF HENORYX STREET.  Builders are invited to inspect my  stock of Rough and  Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles, Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings .  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY  FILLED.  c. o* piich*.|.������n  ATUVNTIC  Steamship Vnw  '���������'"'" From Montreal.  Carthaginian���������Allan Lino Nov. 13  California���������Allan Line  .....Nov. 20  Labrador���������Dominion Line  .Nov. 13  Vanwuver-rDominion Linc_;_...__._..__,.. Nov._20  Lake Ontario���������Beaver Line���������  Nov. 17  Lake Superior���������Beaver Line Nov. 20  .',..'n From New York.  Teutonic���������White Star Lino. Nov. 10  Brittlahic-Wlilte Star Line............Nov. 17  St. PhuI���������American Line.. Nov. 17  St, Louis���������American Line  Nov. 21  Umbria���������Cunard Line.: Nov. 20  Lucania-Cunard   Line.   Nov. 27  State of Nebraska���������Allan State Line.. .Nov. 20  Mongolian���������Allan State Line  Nov. 28  Fricsland���������Red Star Line _..... ...Nov. 17  Kensington���������Rod Star Line Nov. 21  Cabin, *..., $50, $00, S70. |W and upwards.  Intermediate, Sao and upwards.  Steerage.f23._0 and upwanls,   '      .,���������  Passengers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland, and at speclallv low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Prepaid passages arranged from all points.  Apply to GEO. S. BEER,   C.P.R. Ticket  Agent. Nelson, or to.    WILLIAM STITT,  454)   General Agent, C.P.R. Offices, Winnipeg,  OVER SEVENTY YEARS'   ESTABLISHED  REPUTATION.  HEAVE'S FOOD  IN   1-lb. PATENT   AIR-TIGHT   TINS.  EXTENSIVELY USED ON THE MINING CAMPS OF AUSTRALIA  and in SOUTH AFRICA.  A Large Amount of Nourishment in a Portable Form.  L  r  All  kinds of Hough and Dressed Lumber.  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  "���������      PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES.  so: 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 RAILWAY 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. Bel'., 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.  By Order, _ ���������;  _ :_  ..'_._  HAVJSLOCK SMITH, Secretary.  Victoiia, B.C., January 27th, 1898,  ail  IJiTOOBE������OIi_A.*TB!I_������  1Q70-  ?ZJE_������__|Ei_.  CHCECH   NOTICES.  Chukot of Englanp. Matins 11 a.i__.  Even Song, 7.30 p. in. every Sunday.  Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month, after Matins; on 2nd  and 4th Sundays, at 8 a. m.. Sunday  School a_2.30 p. m. .  Pbesbxtbkian Chot-CH. Service, at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday Scnool  at 2.30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Cliristian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at 8 o clock.  Methodist Chttkch. Corner silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at 11  a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Praver meeting on Friday evening at ��������� 8 o-clock. Epworth League C.E.  Tuesday at 8 p.m. .r     ���������  Roman Catholic Church. Maes at  Nelson every Sunday at 8 aud 10.30 a. m.  Benediction at 7.30 to 8.00 p. m.  Baptist Chdbch.���������Services morning,  and evening at 11 a. m. and 7 _30 p. m.  Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8  p. m. Meetings are held in the school  house.   Strangers cordially welcomed.  CUIUl* I*EEP Indefinitely,  JSiot Rffeeted 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  "   -Sir Chas. A. Cameron, M.D;  Hudson's Bay Company,  FORT GARRY MILtS, WINNIP'EQ.  Many people claim to sell the oest 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  BAKER STREET NELSON, B. C  flUo  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  -A___Sr_D   SOO   PACIFIC   LUSTE.  *  ������  ages.  mm R. HEAYE & CO., ManufactDrers, FORDINGBRIDGE, England.  M_ R SMITH & CO.  Biscuit   Manufacturers.  Established 1858.        Victoria, B.C.  Awarded Three Gold Medals aud Six Silver Medals at B. C. Exhibitions.  Awarded Medal and Diploma .tt Colonial and Indian Exhibition,  London, England, 1896.  We make aSp������?el������l ltl.cnit for the Klondike, carefully prepnred with finest vegetables  in a condensed form and packed in tins. This is an excellent food for mining camps and for  those taking long journeys.   Our Dog Blue ult is the cheapest and best in the market. * Try them.  THIS IS THE  LARGEST ^ISCUIT FACTORY IN WESTERN CANADA.  21  The most direct route to  AH Points in Canada  United States and Europe.  II _D-A.II_-X"   SERVICE  Purchase through tickets and have your bag-gage checked to your desti  nation 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^s to rates, time, etc., apply to nearest C. P. R.  BfreDt or to GEO. S. BEEK, Cily Passenger A|fent, Nelson. n  W.-F. CARSON, E. J. COYLE,  Traveling. Pass.-Agt,,Ncl������on. Hist. Pa__. A������t.VM������(������UV_f 4  fH& MiMER, NELSON, fl, ft, SATURDAY, FEB. 5,1898.  __-____*���������  M____a1  _tf  ���������a-M-tta  HU  Business Locals.  : Seo Ross' beavers and miltons.  i.TheC. P. E.Co. is offering very rcasou-  tible rate, to the East and West and old  country. For rates aud tickets apply or  write to Geo. S. Beei.,  City Passenger and Ticket Agent, Nelson.  A fall line of fox serges at Ross'.  Scotch and Irish suitings   galore at  Ross'l  LOST���������Gold Pencil, (gift) night of  January 30. Liberal reward ou return to  F. C. Winkler, C. P. R. offices, Nelson.  No fear of slipping if yon wear a pair  of our ico creepeiH, Lillie's (The Nelson  Shoe Co.)  WANTED.���������Competent person wishes  position ������9 working housekeeper, hotel,  or several geutlemen or widower with  children. No objection to leaving town.  Good references, address, C. E. B., care  Miner.  Food for bargain hunters at Lillif. s.  One hundred and fifty pairs of men's  strong boots from $1.60 up: 200 pairs  men's light boots from $2-25 up; full lines  of 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.  W. G. I-illie has somethiag especially  interesting to say in his advertisement  this week regarding footwear. Ad on  second page.  The business men's lunch at the Nelson  Cafe from 12 to 2, is daily increasing iu  popularitv. Attention is called to the  bill of fare for Snuday dinner printed  below.  Nelson people appreciate a good  thing, Gamble & O'Reilly agents lii.ve  just received two more car loads of  soft coal. Send your orders in quick  before it is all gone.  NOTICE.  AW.-IT-OS --A" !.KL_ O.V TO .V_.SI*__!.  Any person or persons holding-  receipts from Mr. W. J. G. Dickson for payments oh 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 Ag*ents Messrs Gamble &  O'Rielly, Nelson, B. C.  (845) F.*C. INNES.  ninlnu Stuck Mnrkitt.  Tho market for the past week Iibr been of a  .steady mid substantial character, with ������ good  demand for stocks of merit. Poorman, Joule,  Iron Ma. k and War HokI. of tho Trail Crock  nnd Dundee, Fern and __tY-u_.u_ca.of tho Nelson  District were -specially in demand. We look  for a very euUstnntinl market for stockH in  companies whoso properties are showing up  ore reserves under continuous development.  NKI__ON   MVISIO!-  HallMines  7.50  Dundee .' 70  Fern 58  Athabasca    .38  Bright Prospects..   .10  EHse... 05  TRAIL Citl-EI- DIVISION  Le Roi    8.00  War Ei-k1c  1.15  Iron Mask 38  Josie.  Monte Cristo 23  Lily Ma>-    .20  Iron Colt 15  Poorman    .12  Deer Park..... 12  _aEvoning Star...... . .09  Good Hope......... " .01  Virginia ..   .16  SLOGAN   DIVISION  Sloean Star  2.10  Reco  1.75  Rambler-Cariboo..   .35  Dardanelles...  Noble Five....  Wonderful....  pai  ibj<  ing snaps, subject to sale:  1000 Dundee ......  500 Athabasca...  500 Sloean Star..  .65  .28  2.00  500 Fern..........  500 Monte Cristo.  2500 Iron Colt.....  .14  .15  .05  .58  .22  . Ill  Booms to Butt.  Large room with wntdrobe, electric  light, beaited and furnished. Married  couple preferred. No childteu. P. O.  Box 109.  List your holdings  with us,   We have cash-  buyers.   A   First   Class  Mst of  REAL ESTATE ^d  MINING PROPERTY  of all kinds For Sale.  -Fire Insurance Agents.-  NELSON CAFE.  Sunday    Dinner,   February  6th-  4 o'clocK.  Eastern Oy. te_9, California Fried,  soup   ..-.-'  .   Mock Turtle Consomme au-K.in  FISH  Mountain Trout and Paris'ormc Potatoes  BOILED  Ox Tongue, Sauce Kamoulnde  Chicken. Millanaise  ENTREES .,  Croquette of Sweet Bread and French Peai  A������J������r-WU������<       _. Oyster.  oil Putf Paste in Cases  BOAST  Sirloin of Beef and Mushroom Sauce  SucklogPlg   - Domestic Duck  Chestnut Dressing     Apple Dressing  COUP MHAT8 ���������"_��������� SALADS  Flllet-cfTeal    ��������� Sugar Cured Ham  Turkey Salad  RELISHES  Chow-Chow       Queen Olives ,   Vicklcd Beets  VEGETABLES  Potatoes in Cream Sweet Com  French String Deans  PASTRY  Mince, Lemon and Raspberry Pio  English Plum Pudding, Ilraiuly Sauce  French Cream  Puffs  Roman Punch  . Regular. Pinner _5o__Cents^*tf__sa__g>-  H.G. M'CULLOCH&CO.  .830)     GENERAL  BROKERS.  BAKES ST.      -      NKLSON. B.C.  P.O. Box 4������J        ���������     ���������      dough's Cede.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby Riven that sixty days  after date 1 intend to make application to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase the following described  Und. situated on the east shore of the Colura-  Ma. Hivcr Harrows; commencing at lhe south  west corner of Lot No. 745 Group 1 West  Kootenay, running thence eighty (SO) chains  East, thence forty (10) chains South, th.nee  eighty (8*i) chains West, thence forty (10) chains  North, following the river bank lo point of  commencement. (857)  G. \V. JORDAN,  Dated 27th day of January, 1898.  BLEICHERT TRAMWAYSS  Manufacturers of"  TJ0ISTIN.G  n   MINING.  shi'pS-     THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE COMPANY, Ltd., Montreal, Que-' ��������� ,���������  RiaaiNa '*    Colliery  Wire Ropes      K������ STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND, B. C, BY J. D. SWORD, AQENT. Wire Ropes "  Manufacturers of  Underground  Haulage  and  F.Ll. 0SLER and J, W. CARWIN  Mining and  Real Estate Agents.  NBIjSON      -     6_2      -      _B_0-  NOTICE.  The British Columbia Southern Railway  Company will apply to tho Parliament of  Canada at Its next Session for an Act confirming a lease to the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company, with the privilege of purchase of  that portion of the Company's railway between  the eastern boundary of British Columbia and  Kelson on tho terms and conditions set out in  tho said lease and amending the Act respecting the Co;npnny If*(il Victoria, Chapter 38) by  inserting tho v. orris "either with or without an  option of purchase" next after tlio word "Company" In the second line of the Fourth Clause  of that Act. It. CAMPBKLL OSWALD.  813 Secretary.  Dated at Montreal, November 23rd, 1897.  KOOTENAY   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY j  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 dircctoi s.  A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C. August 14th 1896.  (419)  . . HOLBROOK & CHASE . .  CITY   SCAVENGERS  Are prepared to do all kinds of scavenger work  and chimney sweeping.   Orders left  with Klrkpatrick te Wilson  will receive prompt  (821) attention.  HOLB-MMM- _t CHASE, Nelson, I".������. Box 189  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands __ Works for permission  to purchase the following described tract of  unsurveyed 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 cast 80 chains,  thence south _0 chains, thence west 40 chains  to point of commencement, and containing 1C0  acres. B. S.ODDY,  January 10th, 1898. 836  Start   a Small Bank   Iccount.  Direct from New York,10 Cases of the most  Complete, Stylish  and  Fashionable Stock of  Ladies and  Gentlemen's  Footwear  in Kootenay.  Come and Inspect our Stock and Compare with that  of   other   Stores   and  see  how  easily you  Can    Start    a   Small   Bank   Account.  Wv S GRAHAM & CO.  ^UttNELSON SHOE STOREUtt^  Notice of Application for Liquor   License  1ST  TUG  CODiTI  CeVKT  OF KOOTSNAV  IIOLDEN AT FOKT STKKIK.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the 1. th day  of January 1898;"it wits ordered by J. A. Forin,  Judge of the said Court that James K. Armstrong, 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, deceasod, intestate.  Every person indebted to the said deceased,  is 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 tho said deceased, is re-      quired within thirty days ot this date, to send,  by registered letter addressed to the under-1  signed, his name- and address, and the full I  particulars of his claim or interest, and a slate     ._._. _.,������...  ment of his account, and the nature of tho I ADDITION  security (if any) held by him.    After the ex.  Opening or Parliament.  The session of the Dominion parliament was opened on Thursday with  the usual formalities hy Lord Aberdeen. Tlie speech from the throne  noted the advance in the political  importance and material pi-oppurity  of Canada during the year just closed  Reference was made to the Yul;oii  gold discoveries, to the bountiful harvest of 1807 and to the cordial i. .option given to Canada's l-eprcsenlntives  at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.  CroW-t XcKl Hallway IiivckIIkhHoii.  Judge Dagos, Frank Pedley nnd Mr.  Apple ton, tbe commissioners appointed  to investigate the cbnr^es ot illtreatment  preferred by the laborers against tbe  contractor- building tbe Crow's Nest  FflM railway are now taking evidence  along the line of railway westward frem  Macleod.  FOR SALE  New and second band Bob Sleighs,  sensible patent, Stud .-baker Bros.  make. Light Bob Sleighs witli box  and seat, suitable for passenger or  baggage and express work. Also  heavy draft teams. (811  BED STAB TtUNSFEK CO.  Rossland.  THE MERCHANTS-  BANK OF HALIFAX.  rxcoxroxA TED iSCg.  CAPITAL PAID-UP       -     -       $1,500,000.00  BEST        -.    -     "��������� -     - 1175.000.00  H������������D Office,  HALIFAX, N.S,  Q. D. CURTI8  ^lMB5.AROHITgCT������gsS&  62. oven tu_m.m--.-v pook ������tok*  J.  HARRIS 4, Co.  OAL.GARY, AUTA.  WUOLBS.VI-E DEALKltS IN  OATS ������ and  9  9  HAY  Car lots Supplied on Short Notice.  _'orre������|������o������a<-n_e -.-Melted. 831  J.O. PATENAUPE  OPTICIAN &  WATCHMAKER  Eyes tested for Astigmatism.  All   kinds of ..fine   watch and.clock  I.epairing.  . tT.SF.M'TIO.t (.tAP-.Y.KCP or  MQWV  Kt'tlXIWO. 8t3  W. J. G. PIOKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  .  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  NEIiSON", _B- O.     1335]  MINES EXAMINED  A.VD REl'ORTED O.V MY -  fVI. CHADBOURN  F.  Twenty years* expcticncc In mining.  Thorough  knowledge  ot  mines of  Brlti.h  Columbia.   Terms Iteiwonable.  718 NELSON, B. O.  hp AKK NOTICE that w, Pedro Chcrbo an������i  JL Giniml Mannarino will apply to tho Gold  Commissioner of West Kootonay, B. C, thirty  days after date, fora license to .ell liquor by  retail at Goat l.iver Landing, in Iho West  Kootenay district.       PEDltO CHKRBO.  GIMMI MANNAIUNU.  Dated at Nelson,  B. C,   this 21st  day or  January, 1_9_. 838  ���������ATfTtw>TwtTitttfmirnffTft.wnw>TTfW-Tnwnf?mtfHyt������wwti.TfTfifFftwwwn?TWwwtTwnn^  FOR THE BIRDS  I have Bird Treat (or Manna), Mixed and  Plain Seeds, Sunflower Seed for Polly.  Cuttle Bone, Etc.        ���������       ���������       ���������       ���������  ! REMEDIES for all their aliments, at 1  1        VANSTONE'S DRUG STORE I  COR.   BAKER   AND  JOSEPHINE   STREETS 797 3  SauuiuiuatiUiAmiiiiiiUiitiiiiiiii.t.iii.iiiiiiiiiiiua.uini^wiiii.uiiiiitiii.i.ti.i.w.i  NOTICE.  ADDITION -A' NEL80N TOWNSITE  Notice is hereby given that Mr. W.  J. (t. Dickson is no longer my authorized agent for above property.  January 18, 1898. F. O. Innes.  NOTICE.  pi rat ion of the said thirty days; the Administrator will proceed with the distribution of tho  estate, havinar regard to those claims only of  which ho .hall have had notice.  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  (832) Official Administrator.  Dated at Fort Steele, this 27th day of January  1888.  A NELSON TOWNSITE  Notice is hereby given that I have  appointed Messrs. Gamblk & O'EiEiXY  real estate agents, my sole agents for  the above property. Any person wishing to purchase lots in said Addition  "A'^can get fall particulars from them.  Jan. 18, 1888.    (830)    F,.C. Innes.  *+_.-���������#___  ARMSTRONG  &  MORRISON  The Largest Sheet Metal  Works on the Canadian  Pacific    Coast,   ���������  ���������  ���������  MANUFACTURERS   OF  Hiveted Steel Pipe   Ore Oars   Ore Buckets  Monitors Elevators Steel Wheel Barrows  #1*  715  ^^-CORRESPONDENCE SOLIOITED^S^  HEATLEY  AVENUE  717  VANCOUVER, B.C.  The Pelton Water^ Motor  Is so superior to all others a<* regards strength,  durability, economy of water, in fact, in all that  connliluteR a High Class Water Motor, ns to  admit of no comparison, adapted to every variety  of service nnd made of sizes varying from tho  fraction of ono to 100 horsepower.  Recent ccientiflc tests nindc nt the Michigan  ���������u.iv-tvi.y in connection with several other motors  claimed to be the best on tho market, showed .5  percent higher efficiency in favor of the Pelton,  whi|.'t he relative cost per II. P. to buy was only  one-third to one-half that of others. - Water companies desiring to make the most of their water  supply should discriminate in favor of the PKr.TON  One of ihose motors is now running presses of  Tim: Minek. where it may bo seen in operation.  Write for circular!*.  The Pelton Water Wheel Co.  121-123 Main St. San '.Francisco, Cjiu  T. _.. Kk>*kv. Esq., Pre-idcnt,  D.  H.  DUNCAN,   Cashier.  Branches and Correspondent)- in the principal  Cities in the Provinces. United States and  Great Britain, and at Vancouver, Uosslaad  Kanaimo and Nelson, B.C.  A   general   bankinif   business   transacted.  Sterling Bills of Exchange bought and sold.  Letters of credit, etc, negotiated.   Accounts  and deposits received on most favorable terms.  GEORGE   KYDD.  Uf Manager Nelson Bracch.  W. J. TWISS,  MINING,  REAL ESTATE  ���������BROKER.���������  INSURANCE AND GENERAL  COMMISSION AGENT.  FRONT STREET,     -     KASLO. B. C.  .550.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that GO days afterdate  I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  320 aercs of land situated near the confluence  of Meadow Creek and Goat River in West  Kootenay District, described as follows;  Conimencinj. at a post marked F, C, ChandJ  lor's S. W. Corner (at the N.W. corner of F. L.  Newman's land,) thence east _0 chains, thence  north 89 chains, thence west .0 chains, thence  south SO chains to point of commencement,  containing 32U acres more or less.  F.  C. CHANDLER.  January 3rd, 180?.      812 ��������� . Locator.  Go   TO   THE_  KOOTENAY HOTEL  -And get a  Tom and Jerry,  iieef Tea,  I    ������raFine      Oyster Cocktail.  Best Liquors and Cigars.  Thos. Duiiri ������������������& Co., I/d.  DEALERS IN  MINERS', BLACKSMITHS' AND MILL SUPPUBS  U.iKA-._������ SHEET IKO-i,        MlJ-CltS' TICKS. BAK AKD 8BEET SfEEf.  MIMEBS'SHOVELS, WIHE HOPES, MANIUA KOrES,  DY.IAHITK FUSE A-\D CAPS.  ...QUICKSILVER,  Write for Qaotatior.s. Cable Address, "Dunn." :  (133} -VAITCOTJVEB, 0B.   O.  Fred J. Squire  ?HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  WINTER and 5PRINQ GOODS  TWEEDS,   SEIZES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS S25.00 AND  UPWARDS,  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. w  NELSON, B.C.  THE OENELLE LUMBER CO.  Are  now  able  to  fill  orders   in  of Rough  and  any  part  of the  city with all  kinds  Finishing material.  Yard  at present  south  of C.   P.   R.   station.  Lea*, e your order  with   Christie  824  & Annable,   opposite the   postofficc..  A.~E.   YOUNG.   AQENT.  Tbat delicious Jersey Creamery  Butter is ou sale agaiu. Price  Same as Last    :    :    :    :  We arr receiving ouce a wee]  by Express 25 dozeu of FBJJSI  EGGS. If0 Case Jlggs, Youc.  Jlat them Raw, Boiled, Fry or Scramble]  40 ots. per d oz.   We Warrant tbem.  Have you seen the new  rr^BBSpn) OF 0000A  Try aFackag^  If it don't suit your taste we will  Cheerfully refund you your Money  and as to prices it is well known*  WE SET THE PACE,  Yours to Please.  m B.C.C. O.D. GROCER  Farley <fc 8impoon.  Just Opened-  ^TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTi  M  >-  M  >-  >-  M  M  M ���������   ���������-.    A Full Lino of  NEW GROCERY STORE  Groceries, Provisions, Etc.  New Stock.     Everything First Class.     Prices Right.  We make a specialty o. TEAS and COFFEES.   Give us a call.  -J"    _A_.-  I_R^I__N"G-  ac  GO.  Applewhalte Block Baker and Kootenay streets.  Baker and  Same block as Bank ot Montreal. 819  KUJ^llllllllUJJJJJJJJJALlllllll I II j II I 1 LL-LLXXlli-Lli  H A R D W A R  SHELF HARDWARE  BAR IRON and STEEL  ORE CAR������jl and BUCKET!  Smart's Perfection Ranges  Coal and Wood Heating Stoves  MINER'S     SUPPLIES    A    SPECIAL    FEATURJ!  Agents for E'. B. E DDY'S Paper.     A Large  Stock of all   Kinds on hand.        :        :        :  Vancouver Hardware Company, Ltd  VANCOUVER ��������������������� NELSON, B.C.


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