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 v<  Whole Number 391.  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 19, 1898.  Price Five Cents  A FOUL MBDBR.  DENNIS OONNOBS TATALLY SHOT  AT KUSKANOOK.  ������l.   Doyle   ullnM   Sullivan   Arrested   and  Committed for Trial.���������Several  mv tbe Murder.  Since the town of Kuskanook at the  tLe head of Kootenay lake, formerly  known as Goat River Landing was  started a couple of months ago, it has  been, what, to use a western phrase, is  called a "wide open" town. Up to last  Sunday night however no serious crimes  were committed. On that night a foul  murder was committed.  The steamer Nelson, which arrived on  Monday evening Lad on board the dead  body ofjDennis Connors, who the previous  night had been fatally shot by J. Doyle  alias J. Sullivan. Tbe facts of the case  as brought ont in evidence given at the  inquest held on Monday by Coroner Dr.  'Arthur and n jury composed of J. Ban-  nerman, Thus. Madden, H. Wright, F.  Goodwin, S. 3. Mighton and J. Hyde,  are briefly as follows: '  On Sunday evening a  party of men  consisting of Dennis Connors, Tom Smith,  Wm. Kyle and Alex. Clare from a Crow's  Nest  Puss  railway   construction camp  were spending the night in   the town  drinking and visiting the saloons.   During the evening they fell in with Doyle  with  whom  they   had   several  drinks.  About "11.80 Connors,  Kyle and Clare  were sitting in the Alexander hotel, when  Doyle came in and called them up to the  bar to have a drink.   Connors went up  to the bar saying " I'll have a drink with  you even if I don't like you." Doyle then  said "You can't get any the best of me,"  and walked ont without the driaks having been served.    Connors  then went  back and eat down.   About 15 minutes  later Doyle came to the hotel again and  on seeing Connors drew a revolver, and  walked np to within a few feet of him.  After  applying  a vile epithet be said  "Dig up or I'll shoot you."    Connors  with a smile enid " Fire away."   Doyle  immediately   fired, the bullet entering  Connors' left breast an inch above the  nipple.   After firing the fatal shot Doyle  coolly  put the revolver in bis pocket,  "walked out of the hotel and made his escape.   On seeing.Doyle draw his gun,  Ericson, the keeper of the hotel, at once  Bent Clare for the police and in about five  minutes after the shooting took place,  Constable Forbes, who was acting during  Constable Jnrvis' temporary absence on  special duty in Nelson, arrived on the  scene.   Connors never spoke nor moved  after being shot and died in a few minutes.   Constable Forbes nt once closed  the hotel and engaged as special constable T. W. Ryan, timekeeper on the  C.P.W. and placed bim in charge of the  (Hoi^'~wb11e^lJe>tStt^^t^Io^tfi^Tair  j to notify the police at Goat river crossing  of the murder.   A-thorough  search of  [the town was made for the murderer but  I without success, and on tbe arrival of  Lthe  steamer  Nelson on   Monday Con-  I stables Forbes and Ryan   brought the  j bodyto Nelson nnd notified the provin-  Icial police department of the occurrence.  [They also brought in Ericson and Kyle,  [who were iu the bar room at the time of  J the shooting and Tom Smith who was  (supposed to be a chum of Doyle but who  (swore that he had not seen  him since  11893, in Spokano, at which time they  J were  working together on   tho   Great  [Northern railway.  After the above facts had been brought  >nt the Coroner's Court adjourned until  [Wednesday afternoon to allow of a post-  [mortem being held.  When the   Court re-nssembled,  Dr.  lawkey, who had made the postmortem  examination, gave evidence as to the con-  iitioo of thebody and cause of death.  Trom external examination be found no  [marks of violence) except a bullet hole  pa the left breast about the size of a lead  pencil.   The doctor described the course  af the bullet through tbe. internal organs  arid identified the bullet produced as belong the one he had found in the body of  Connors.   Death had undoubtedly been  paused by the bullet.   He described the  3eceased as being a well developed man,  bbout  thirty years   of age, with   dark  brown hair, light brown moustache and  jlue eyes.   The jury-returned a verdict  In accordance with the above facts, that  lhe deceased Dennis Connors came to bis  Jeath from a bullet wound from a revolver in the hands of J. Doyle alias Sullivan.  Immediately upon receipt of the news  kf the murder Gold Commissioner Den-  tis issued notices offering a reward, of  1250 for the arrest of Doyle and on Tuesday  morning started for the  scene of  yiie murder.   M$n were at once despatched along the trails in pursuit of the fugi-  Rive.  DOYEiE CAPtDEEO.  Tuesday morning Constables   Aspdin  Lnd Livingstone Of the Northwest Mount  ed Tolice, wbo were stationed at Goat  river crossing aud who had just returned  from n patrol to Moyie lake were notified  of the crime and were on the lookout for  Doyle. Their quarters are close to. the  trail within a few yard3 of where the trail  to Port Hill; Idaho branches off. Towards evening they noticed a man answering to the description given them of  Doyle, coming along the trail with a pack  on his back. They stepped out and arrested him." The prisoner offered no resistance and was identified by a German  who had known him at Kuskanook and  by special Constable Miller. The prisoner was taken to Kuskanook and on Thursday morning was brought to Nelson on  ihe steamer and lodged m jail. The news  of the capture spread rapidly and when  tbe police arrived at the jail a large crowd  had assembled out of curiosity to see the  prisoner. The crowd however made no  demonstration. Doyle is a man about  six feet tall.light hair and mustache and  weighs about 175 pound?. ConnOrs is  said to have came from Connecticut.  PRELIMINARY TBIAL.  The prisoner was brought before Gold  Commissioner Dennis at the court room  on Friday at 11 o'clock for prelimin ary  trial, Macdonald & Johnston appearing  for the crown. The prisoner had no  counsel. The same witnesses were examined and the evidence given was  practically the same as that given at the  inquest.  The trial was adjourned until this forenoon to allow the court stenographer  time to transcribe his notes so that tbe  evidence might be read over to the prisoner.  This morning after the evidence was  read over, the prisoner was asked if he  bad anything to say and wy given the  usual caution. Doyle stood up in tbe  prisoner's box and said tbat his name  is Davis and that he had lived in the  west for 18 years. The shooting was  done in self defence as Connors had  threatened previously to shoot him and  when he stepped np to bim in tbe Alexandra hotel Connors got up and made  a motion as if he were going to draw a  revolver. He understood that Connors  bad n gun, and shot first.  Tbe prisoner was committed to stand  his trial nt the next assizes, which will  held in June next.  .   08E SHIPMENTS.  summary or Amount or Ore and Ufalte  exported from me Port or Nclaon.  The ore shipments for the past week  show a slight decline from tbe mines and  a conjiderable increase of matte from the  smelters.   The figures are given below:  -   MATTE AND BULLION.  TONS  Hall Mines(Matto)  61  Trail Smelter.... ..-        200  ORK        = TONS  Le Roi mine, Rosslivnd  620  Payne Mine, Sloean .'.  150  Rambler, Sloean  .   15  Whitewater mine, Sloean.    137  Last Chance, Sloean ...  in  Queen Boss  is  Montezuma   57  Iron Mask, Rossland.../....  80  Total for the week  1108  ^.^Approxiuiato^Value.-...... $2631ll3������������������=^i  :' TONS VALUE  Total /or February       6.UM ���������51,767  Total for January.      8,<m f 1,193,158  Total ho far for 1898........     15, i 17 .1,845.225  Total for 1897, via Revelstoke 719.131  Total for 1897, port of Nelson 55.271 7,61:1,324  New Expren* Office*.  The Dominion Express Com puny have  opened handsome nnd commodious city  offices iu the Broken Hill block on Baker  street, to accomodate their rapidly increasing business, It is tbe intention of  the company to arrange for a free delivery  of goods to the principal business houses  at an early date. Tbe new offices will be  in chnrge of Mr. William Gordon, late of  the Winnipeg offlce. ^ The express office  at the depot will he continued as a branch  office but the principal business of tbe  company will be transacted at the city  office. Besides tbe busiuess office there  is a commodious store room and a bonded  warehouse.  HIVELY  Manonle Grand Matter VlnlU Xelson.  An emergent meeting of Nelsou Lodge  AF* & A. M.. No. 23 G. R. B. C. was held  in the masonic hall on Wednesday evening, the 17th inst.,when Most Worshipful Brother Kev. E. D. McLaren, Grand  Master of the Gwind Taodge of British  Columbia, paid aa~otficial visit to the  masons of Nelson. After the meeting the  brethren adjourned to the Club hotel  where a banquet was tendered to the  Gra!nd Master at which the Worshipful  Master Bro. Geo. Johnstone presided.  Among those who addressed the brethren  besides the Grand Master were His Honor Judge Forin, Dr. Quinlan, Bev. B.  Frew and W A McDonald. Bros. Lennox, Shaw and Day enlivened the proceedings with songs.  Canada's Trade IntreasI us.  The trade of the Dominion of Canada  connitnes to boom. The financial statement for January shows the revenue to  have been $3,512,149 as compared with  $3,046,362 for January last year. The  returns for the seven months up to tbe  end of January show a gain of 81.754,491,  over the same period of the previous  year.  ALD.  HILLYEfi   REGISTERS   THE  FIRST KICK IN COUNCIL.  The Vaunt Harmony of the Clly Council  Bllgbtly DlHturbed.-The Mayor and  . Aid. Hillyer Disagree.  The usual monotonous proceedings of  the city council were enlivened at the  session on Monday afternoon by a tilt  between the mayor and Aid. Hillyer,  which while furnishing amusement for  the audience did not add to the diguity  usually observed by city council boards.  After routine Aid. Hillyer moved  seconded by Whalley, a motion that tbe  motion for the suppression of gambling  passed at last regular meeting be rescinded and the chief of police be notified  accordingly. The mayor ruled the  motion out of order nnd appealed to the  council to support his ruling. The ball  was started by Aid. Hillyer stating that  discrimination was beiug exercised iu  enforcing the law, and he could prove  that tho mayor had told certain parties  that they could run a poker game so long  as tbey kept it behind closed doors, and  that another- member of the council had  told a keeper of a cigar store that the  resolution was not intended to affect  nickel in the slot machines played for  cigars only. Ha accused the mayor of  having inspired Aid. Teetzel's motion,  else why had he gone around on the  Saturday previous and ordered all  machines closed np.  TbeMayor indignantly denied having  inspired Aid. Teetzel's motion or having  ever heard of it before it was brought  np in open council. Aid. Hillyer's remarks were a reflection on the mayor's  honesty and in rebuttal be read a copy  of tbe letter be bad sent to tbe chief of  police, authorizing him to act in the  matter. He bad never rescinded tbe  order and he defied anyone to prove tbat  he had dene so.  Aid. Teetzel said that no other person  knew anything of tbe motiou. His intention was topntastop more .particularly to gambling in public plsoes where  drunken men were allowed to play and  lose their money.  Aid. Whalley said that the police might  bave personal spleen against some one  and rub it iu.  The mayor disclaimed any favoritism  in the matter and was sure that tbe  consensus of opinion of the business men  of the oity were with the authorities.  Aid. Hillyer���������"The mayor does not  back it up."  The Mayor���������"I have always held and I  say so opealy, here that it is no person's  business if people go behind closed doors  and play cards. It is public gambling  that I object to. Med will play poker  somewhere. Nickel in the slot machines  are an unmitigated fraud and they have  been ordered ont of almost every city in  Canada.  Aid. Hillyer protested against tbe  mayor running the council as be had  boasted at Kaslo of doing. The other  aldermen had not the backbone of an  oyster, but would go outside and kick  about what they did not like.  The Mayor��������� 'fl always fought you  openly and if you thought I wns not a  suitable mayor why did you not bring  out another candidate. You might not  have been in tbe council cither".  The unseemly scene was brought to a  close by the ruling of the chair being  sustained by a majority of one.  Accounts io the amount of about $750  were on recommendation of the finance  committee ordered to be paid, the principal of which were $160.06 for mayor's  salary for January and $182 Nelson  Electric Light Company's accouut.  A communication was received from  the Hall Mines Co. requesting permission  to connect with the7 city mains for a  supply of water for the smelter. A committee consisting of the mayor and the  chairman of tbe public works committee  was appointed to meet Mr. Croasdaile  and arrange the terms, etc.  The TribunePubli shing Co. wrote quoting a rate of 5 cents per line first insertion and 2 cents per line for each additional insertion for city advertising. The  letter was referred to the finance committee.  Aid. Teetzel moved, seconded by Aid.  Hillyer that tbe council advertise in the  Tribune for a collector and water commissioner, applications to be in by Feb  28, and successful applicant to give $5000  bonds.  Aid. Whalley���������"Why advertise in the  Tribune and not in the other city papers".  The Mayor���������"Because it is the official  paper of the council and we do not  believe in giviDg patronage to our enemies  and don't propose to start now".  Council adjourned.  8ka*W i* a Toujk Town.  The latest news from the north is  that a vigilance committee is being  organized in Skagway, with the in  tention of driving out tbe herd of  toughs and bunco men. Holdups nnd  cases of larceny arc being daily re.  ported and it is probable that lynch  ings will occur unless the authorities  act promptly. A large number of  deaths have taken place recently the  cause being spinal...meningitis and  physicians state the disease threatens  to become prevalent.  8*atk Kootenay Board of Trade.  A meeting of the South Kootenay  Board of Trade was held in tho city ball  on Friday afternoon. President Turner in  the Chair. After the minutes of previous  meeting had been read and adopted, the  following weie proposed and received as  members : C. D. J. Christie, H. G. Mc-  Cullocb, L. Ernst, David Morris, H. G.  Neelands. T. J. Duncan, J. A. Gilker, H.  Selous, Frank Teetzel, G. V. Holt, G. R.  Robson and George K. Tackaberry. Tbe  question of publication of the proceedings of the Board oame np for discussion  and tbe reporters present were requested  to be particular as to reporting matters  which it might not be wise to make  public.  A letter was received from Hon. J). M.  Eberts, acknowledging receipt of resolutions re wagon roads and registry office.  The President reported that Dr. LaBau  bad expressed his willingness to go to  Victoria to interview the Provincial  Board of Health in the matter of an outlet . for the city sewerage system into  Kootenay lake, provided his expenses  while in the provincial capital were paid.  A discussion ensued, the opinion of tbe  majority being that the city should pay  tbe expenses. ���������-  Tbe committee re freight rates failed  to report and the question was laid over  until next meeting and the. committee  was reqne ted to if possible submit a report.  Board adjourned at the call of the  president.  BEPOAT ON EDUCATION.  Edarntlaa la Making Great Strike*   in  Tbe Province.   .  The twenty-sixth annual report of tbe  public schools of the province of British  Colnu&ia,,showing the .condition and  progress of education in the provinoe for  the school year ending Jane 30,1897 has  been received. The report shows a  degree of improvement in nearly all tbe  main features of our public school system. The whole number of schools in  operation was 244, as follows : 4 high  scbools; 12 graded schools; 213 Common schools; o Ward schools. The total  number ot teachers employed was 381, an  increase of 34 over tbat of tbe previous  year. The total number of pupils enrolled was 15,798 an increase of 1,338 as compared with the enrollment of 1805-6, and  the average daily attendance was 9,999,  an increase of 745 for the same period.  The expenditure from the. provincial  treasury for education proper during the  year was $220,810.39, divided as follows:  Teaobers' salaries, $150,949.22; per capita  grants to city districts, $46,687.80; incidental expenses of rural districts, $10,-  157.38; education office, $10,016.08. Tbe  cost ot each pupil, based oh tbe actual enrollment, was $13.97 and based on the  actual attendance $22.08. Tbe expenditure by the Land and Works department  fur Hie construction of fchoolliouses.etc.,  amounted to 115,870.94. Tbe average  salary paid to teachers in tbe province is  about 855 per month.  Home Pertinent tiMeitllena.  Editor Mi.vkh:  Sir :���������Early in the present month a  street rumor said that the city clerk had  absconded. I scanned tbe reports of the  council's proceedings as published in the  three town papers, but the only resolution referring to the matter was one that  the city Clerk's resignation be accepted.  I desire to know if it is true tbat the late  city Clerk was between $300 and $400  short in his accounts? Is it also true  tbat the Mayor made up the shortage?  Who were the bondsmen of tbe city  Clerk ? Who are the bondsmen of the  present city Clerk ? I believe the Mayor  is the oity Collector. What is the amount  of his bond and who are the sureties ?  Kindly give your readers all the information obtainable in regard to these matters  and oblige.  Taxpavek.  GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.  EVENTS OF INTEBEST IN AND  AROUND NELSON.  Brief   Mentlan   ������f   Happening!  In the  Matrlet Daring the Put  Seven Bays.  A Kuskanook Cn������e Tried.  On Thursday afternoon James McArtbur aad A. Hubbard appeared on complaint of H. Y. Anderson of Kuskanook  before G. M. Sproat, J. P., to answer to a  charge of being drunk and disorderly.  On Feb. 4th the accused went into Anderson's bar at Kuskanook and created a  disturbance. .They endeavored to climb  over the bar to assault Anderson, who  smashed a water jug over McArlhur's  head. Nine witnesses gave evidence in  the case and at the conclusion McArtbur  was fined 810 and co3t of court. Hubbard got off with a reprimand.  J. F. Kctallack of Kaslo was a Nelson visitor on Tuesday.  The resignation of Prof. Carlyle,  provincial mineralogist will take effect'  on April 1.  The steamer Nelson made a round  trip to Kuskanook on Monday with a  cargo of powder.  Nelson Lodge K. of P. will attend  the Presbyterian church in a body on  Sunday forenoon.  Rev. Father Poitras of Nelson will  hold service in the Kaslo Catholic  church on Sunday next.  A. G. Herricky, paymaster of the  Nelson ft Ft. Sheppard railway spent  Thursday night in the city.  The appointment of William Henry  Lilly to be police magistrate for the  city of Sandon has been gazetted.  The Bossland city council have fixed  the license fee for saloons at 9300 per  halt year; hotels at $150 per half year.  Maxwell Stevenson of Philadelphia,  who is largely interested in Kootenay  mining property spent Thursday in  Nelson.  The Bossland Miner says that the  snow on Columbia Avenue the princi  al business street of the city is about  three feet deep.  T. B. Brophy, resident engineer of  the Crow's Nest Pass construction,  with headquarters at Kuskanook spent  yesterday in the city.  Clements & Riesterer sent out a force  of men this week to work on the J. R.  C, one of the Toad mountain claims  recently purchased by tbem.  John D., Porter of Porter Bros.,  freighters for the Crow's Nest Pass  construction camps from Goat river  finding spent yesterday in the city.  The steamer Kootenay which struck  a submerged rock while crossing tbe  Columbia river at Robson last week  bus lieen repaired and is again in service.  George Alexander of Kaslo passed  through the city on Tuesday lost en  route to New York and possibly to  London in connection with his mining  business,  M. J. Hanley superintendent of the  Crow's Nest Pass railway construction  spent Monday night in the city," returning to Kuskanook on Tuesday  morning.  R. M. Macdonald, barrister and \V.  F. Brougham, solicitor, have formed a  legal partnership and have secured  offices over the Hudson's Bay Company's store.  Tub Miner has been asked to announce that the town of Silverton is  in the field for a 24th of May celebration, and wants other towns to know  of such intentions.  The Nelson ft'Fort Sheppard train  of Saturday last did not arrive until  Sunday evening, having been delayed  by a snowslide in the Seven Devil's  country, south of Northport.  F. A. Fassett, who was engaged  chopping wood around Kaslo, was  brought down last Saturday to the  Kootenay Lake General Hospital suffering from a paralytic stroke.  The Mining and Scientific Press will  give a massive gold special championship medal to the prize winner in the  drilling contest on Miner's Day at the  Mining Fair in San Francisco.  Maiuued���������At tlie Presbyterian  Church on Wednesday afternoon, February 26th by Rev. Robt. Frew. George  William Gee of Canmore, Alberta, to  Miss Emma Hazlett of Nelson.  John Gafoeith, who was killed in  the railway wreck on the Northern  Pacific at Pasco junction on the 0th  inst. was a brother of Gust Gafoerth,  a miner in the Nelson-Poorman mine.  William Baillie, editor of the Fort  Steele Prospector, has been appointed  19y the citizens of that camp as a delegate to Ottawa to represent the interests of East Kootenay before parliament.  Two men named D. 0. Day and G.  Campbell were held up by masked  highwaymen while oh their way from  the city to the Le Roi mine at Rossland. The robbers secured a watch and  $2.90 from the men.  H. Veach, manager of the Fern mine  has gone to Denver, Colorado, to purchase a plant for treating the tailings  of tbe Fern mill. He is accompanied  by Mr. Innes, superintendent and from  Denver they will go to gJaii Francisco.  Ed. Fay, who shot Marshal Rowan  at Skagway and who ia now in jail at  Sitka awaiting trial is a printer hy  trade and worked for a short last year  in Rossland. lie was also a bartender  at the Kootenav House,^=Rosaland for  a few weeks. ,-^-<r'"~"  The first annual ball ot the Nelson  Fire Brigade was held in the Are hall  on Thursday evening and was a sue*  cees Iwth socially and financially. The  fire boys had spared no pains to provide for the entertainment of their  guests and succeeded admirably.  DEBATE DSA0OIN0 ALONG.  fk* Bckato ��������������� Ike aMretata reply le (  Speech rrm the threat ast  jret GMclwletf.  Victoria, Feb., 18.���������(Special)���������The  debate on the address in reply to the  speech from the throne in the provincial legislature still drags along and  will not, he concluded before some  time next week.  J. Fred Hume, M. P. P, spoke yesterday asking for liberal appropriations and claiming that Kootenay  bad one fifth of the total population of  the province and was entitled to aix-  members. He called the attention of  the government to the way Kootenay  cities were harassed by (the Provincial  Board of Health regarding- their sewerage systems and denounced the tax  on working miners.  J. M. Kelly, Revelstoke spoke, denouncing the MacKenzie and Mann  railway contract. He called the attention of the House to the groat progress which Kootenay is making to  miningdevelopment.  Mr. Cotton continues the debate on  Monday.  Hie iMaieiMi carnival.  About 40 citizens of Nelson left on  Wednesday to attend the winter carnival at Rossland this week.   Among  them were the Nelson Hockey team  unfortunat being defeated 00 Thursday  and a rink of 'curlers coiwistfnir of'  Peters (skip,) Buchanan, Hodle ������*xf  Grant, to try their luck at 'Mrlin' the  stanes.'   The Nelson hockey team were  evening by Rossland by a score of six  to one, and on Friday by Sandon by  a score of two to nothing.   The carnival has been a success and attracted a  large number of visitors from neighboring towns.  Wall *������Merr ��������������� VewlMtl.  Tbe mails for Rowland from Nel*>n  and from tbe coast were robbed on the  morning ot Friday of last week at Rowland and registered letters koowa to  contain $215 were stolen. On Thursday -  night ten sacks of mail were delivered  at the C. ft W. station but only eight  were delivered at tbe post offloe on Friday moroiug. One of the missing nicks  contained tbe registered mail from Nelson and tbe other tbe registered mail  from tbe coast J. O. McLeod, superintendent of tbe mail servioe is investigating tbe matter. On Monday lost one of  missing mail bags cut open sod with it*  contents thoroughly rifled was found  about 300 yards from tbe depot.  ���������new ��������������� ike Kami* ������ Slacaa.  The passenger train on tbe Kaslo ft  Sloean railway was blocked by a snow  slide, midway between Kaslo and Sandon  on Sunday morning and did not get  through until Wednesday. A freight  train was stalled five miles behind the  psswnger train and tbe passengers were  forced to walk back to Kaslo, a distance  of seventeen miles.  ftegUlalnre Mate*.  After the opening ceremonies on  Thursday of last week the Provincial  Legislature adjourned until Monday,  tbe 14th inst, when tbe speech from the  throne was taken np for discussion. Tbe  address in reply to the speech was moved  j by Major J. M. Mutter (Cowicban-  Alberni) and was seconded by Mr.  William Adams (Cariboo.)  Mr. C. A. Semlin (West Yale) leader of  the opposition criticized the government  and was replied to by Premier Turner.  Mr. A. Williams followed the premier  and Hon. G. B. Martin moved tbe od-  jounmentof the debate.  A redistribution bill will be introduced  but no general measure is promised until  after the census of 1901. Kootenny is  the only district mentioned for increased  representation.  Attorney General Elberts bill to give  effect to the Kevssed Statutes of British  Columbia was read a first time.  Mr. Semlin moved for a return of all  correspondence with His Excellency tbe  Govrnor General, in regard to the "Alien  Labor Bill" of last session, assent to  which was reserved, pending His "Excellency's consideration of tbe tame, wsaMssaaismasflMt^jE^  THE MINER, NELSON   B. C, SATURDAY, FEB. 19. 1898.  fiiTirtil'JJfal���������  I  I  Uf  8  J  "I  ���������'��������� %���������  5 .  Ike JEthur.  THE MIXEft 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 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted  at the rate of 15 cents per nonpareil line first  insertion, and 10 cents per line for each sub-  sequent Insertion. Advertisements running  for Hhortcr period than three months arc  classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor must  be accompanied by tlie name and address  of the writer, riot necessarily for publication, but an evidence of good faith.  THE LABEL on your paper shows tho date on  which your paid up subscription expires.  If in arrears kindly remit and see that the  date is changed, which should be sufllcient  receipt  PRINTING turned out in flrst-ruto style at the  shortest notice.  ADDftBSS  The Miner Printing & Publishing; Co.  NELSON. B. C.  ^  LODGE MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. & A.  M. meets second Wednesday iu each  month.   Visiting brethren invited.  O. L. Lennox. Secretary.  I. O. O.  F.     Kootenay Lodge,  No. If!, meetsevcry Monday night,  at their Hall, Kootenay street.  Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.  WM. HODSON, Secretary.  ���������XELSON   LODGE  No. 25, K. ot P.,  i\������meetn in Castle hall, McDonald block  aevery Tuesday evening at 8 o clock,  JAU visitiag knights cordially invited,  J. J. Mauonk.CC.  (820) ' G ko. Pauthi do k, K. of R. and S.  NELSON LOIXJK. 1. O. 11. T. Meets in  Castle Hall. McDonald Block, every Monday  i veiling at 8 o'clock. Visiting Templars cordially invited, M. Hoao.  ' Chief Tomplar.  John Tfxkoud. Scc'y.  and the soft voice of the Sunday school  teachor calling all hands to his ministrations. No mora must the brawny  prospector fresb l'rom his toils in the  mountains brush the foam of tbe beer  pot from his tawny whiskers. No  more must the "wine be put up" to  ratify the successful little deal. No.  more must the brawny miner himself  resting from his subterranean labors  quaff the flowing howl, and bathe in  smiles, which if purchased, are all the  smiles that come in his way poor fellow. No. All these people must #o  elsewhere for their noisy und improper  joys. Nelson will have none of thoni.  Now this is where virtue got its  deadly work in. Though uo onu  would have supposed it, some of these  virtuous proposals actually trod on the  corns of mouthers of the city council  itself. And then the row began.  Where it will end it is impossible Lo  say. The last episode in connection  with it is that the Mayor himself actually found one of these devilish engines of sin in a place of public resort  and the sight so horrified him that he  cast it forth into the street with his  own outraged hand, scattering its  nickels far and wide on the snow.  These were shortly afterwards carefully gathered up by a thrifty member  of the city's staff who would seem to  be keeping an eye open for the things  that come to honest people when city  councils fall out.  NELSON'S POSITION,  SATURDAY. FEB. 19. 18C8.  VICTI MS OF VIRTUE.  Brefc'Harte wrote a most amusing  little poem about "the row that broke  up. pur society upon the Stanislaus."  Would that he were here to hand down  to posterity the superlatively funny  freaks of our city council;' It is almost  beyond belief that any set of-men  could so allow their childish ignorance  to parade itself in public that thev become the laughing stock "of everyone.  It is true that all the members of the  council are not equally foolish, but  those more sensible ones have cast in  their lot with tbe rest and tbey cannot  complain If they are tarred with the  same brush that smudges the whole.  Only the other day, a few short  weeks ago,"these seven men, the Mayor  and his six lambs, the entire ticket,  got themselves elected all m-a bunch  to 4o whatever might seem good to  then* for twelve long weary months,  during which the ratepayers might  grin indeed, but, they would have' to  pay for the fun- Such a nice family  party the new council was, all bound  to their lender the Mayor, by natural  affection, confidence, respect and all  the other qualities that that noble person inspires in the breasts of such as  trust ill him. i Together they would  make Nelson a model town. Its drains,  ^|ights~^d1sewer8:should"=be-the--best  anywhere, its Mayor the most cxpem  siveandits funds of the straightest.  This hist noble aspiration got nearly  tripped up a week ago owing to the'  seductions of poker, but then if you  have virtue enough for seven city fathers you can hardly expect to have any  over for their servitors.  This same virtue seems to be the  rock upon which pur unhappy council  has split. Virtue it would seem is like  gin, not good if taken in large doses by  persona unaccustomed to it. Like the  gin '* habit" too, it seizes its victims  hy stealth. A little dose at first which  does no hawq soon leads on to larger  ones until the once noble fabric of even  a self elected city council falls all to  hits and;iU members begin to heave  "chunks..iq������f old, red. sandstone" at  each other until even.'a- callous public  weeps tojseejthe ruin, ofjso.promising a  society.      .......      *-  It was just asimpie nickle that started all this riot and ruin. Just a little  nickle in the slot. The bosoms of the  fathers who sit in solemn conclave up  there in :the little stone "jug" were  torn with femoi-se to see their unprotected constituents succumbing so  easily to this pernicious and seductive  form of gambling." 'Possibly there may  be other kinds of" play more ruinous,  but ii is hot to be supposed that the  men who set themselves up as fit and  proper persons to go vein Nel son know  anything about them. How should  they. It would probably take a strong  man to stand up long enough to lose  ten dollars at one of these machines,  but still the sight of them was shocking to our simple Mayor and his. sis  weak lambs or you would have thought  it might be. But it wasn't. When  once the subject was broached, these  same lambs or some Of tbieffl seemed  quite well acquainted with all sorts of  horrors, from saloons with doors open  on Sunday to the painted beauties of  the east, and nothing would do "but  they must allgo; lock, stock and barrel.  Nelson must become a model town  whose calm repose is quite unbroken  gave by the tinkle ot its church   hells  one in peril on the deep and there are  many also who have already suffered  at the bands of the cruel sea. Every  attenton and kindness is sure to he  shown by the Spanish authorities at  Havanna, both naval and civil, to the  survivors and it may be hoped that  these good offices may help to banish  the angry feeling which has grown up  between the two nations, not spontaneously, but fostered by irresponsible  journalists and hair brained pol iticians.  ruoFKSSiovtx <:.ut������a.  T^RS, HALL & HAWKKY. PHYSICIANS  JJ. and Surgeons. Office. Baker St, wwner  Ward St.. Nelson B.C.   'telephone <t>.   <SU  II. HOLDICH, ASSAY ".It AND ANA-  lytical Chemist, Hall .< feet. Nelson. (01  It.   HARRISON,   BAttRISTEK,   NO-.  tury Public, Sloean City. 454  ML. GHIMMKTT.LL B   BARKISTKU,  .   Solicitor, Notary Public, Kto., Sandon  II. C. <������������  It is probably owing to the fact that  things have mostly come our way of  their own accord that has kept Nelson  out of the great hurly-burly of self advertisers.   She has gone on and prospered mightly out of her own intrinsic  wealth,   But if she wants to hold her  place she must do as others do.    People at a distance,  at the coast or in  eastern Canada, seldom hear of Nelson.  It is Rossland,   llo3sland,   Rossland,  morning, noon and night.   Rossland  had the luck to attract the attention  of the correspondent of a Toronto paper, who combined his literary duties  with those of a share dealer and company promoter.   In the latter he was  considerably aided by the former,   He  boomed Rossland for all (and perhaps  more than) she was worth.   It is to be  hoped that his customers in the east  still find their investments as rosy as  they   were  painted;     Mr.   Dewdney  when Lieut. Governor patronized Rossland a good deal and was feted at the  Allan   house,  a distinguished honor,  much appreciated apparently by Lieut.  Governors on the hunt for cash.   Mr.  Mcintosh has just been similarly treated.   This is by the way.   But Rossland  has succeeded in getting herself advertised A-ery well indeg*:^  Now we do not for a moment want  to disparage Rossland, we only Want  to assert that there is another town  called Nelson which happens to be the  capital of Kootenay and which does  more business than any other town on  the mainland of British Columbia not  even excepting Vancouver. Thin is  not the kind of business talked of to  newspaper reporters by Horne Paynes  and Mclntoshes and promoters of Yankee mining companies, but it is the  business which finds its expression in  the cold cash paid to Her Majesty's  customs and to the columns of statistics collected by the government.  The time has now arrived when it  becomes necessary that these things  should be known, and it is satisfactory  to' note that oiir new Board of Trade,  with its very able and energetic secretary is taki ng measures to let Nelson's  true positiou he known far and wide.  Just on the eve of a general election  the-government1'may lie inclined to  lend too willing nn eav to the bland-  ishmentsof certain politician!, whoso interests pull in other direction, if their  attention is allowed to wander from  the right path.  The Rossland Miner, which by the  way still calls itself The Miner, a title  to which it has no right, advocates the  partition of West Kootenay into four  electoral divisions under the next redistribution bill. There is nothing unreasonable about this except that it  seems a pity to ask for too much. The  paper claims that there will be found  to be 1500 voters in the Trail creek district. This might be so if aliens bad  voles, but we. doubt much if 1500 British votes can be found iu Trail Creek.  If tbeir other computations are founded on similar theories tbey Avill scarcely be able to prove their ease and it  would be well to make a united effort  toget one more member and by pulling  all together we might get him.  The authorities are to he congratulated on the speedy capture of the man  who is alleged to have committed the  cowardly murder at Kuskanook. In  the ordinary course of events he cannot come up for trial until the next assizes which may not be held until  June. In view of the necessity of enforcing law and order in the railway  camps along tbe line of the Crow's  Nest Pass railway and to keep up the  reputation of British justice, it would  1)0 well to appoint a special assize to  try thecase.so tbat if guilty the culprit  may meet his doom as quickly a? possible.  1-*   M. SANDILANDS, GENERAL AGENT  1/.   Kire   Insurance   and   Mining   Broker,  Sandon. J������. 0. 5U0.  TTILETCHKU S. ANDREWS, BAHRISTEn,  1     Solioilor, etc.    Sole Atfont for the C'mia   '  '-   mid  dian  Fire Insurance Co.  Mining properties (or sale.  Heal  Estate  Sloean City, B.C.  (541)  GORE. HURNET & CO., PROVINCIAL  and Dominion Lund Surveyors and Civil  Engineers. Nelson, 11. C. Room No. i, over  Thomson & Co.'s Hook Store. 044  WANTED.  STEAMBOAT CAPTAIN wanted for a stern  wheel steamer on Stikine. Send References to  Uox 301, Vancouver. 8A5  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.  "Just   Opened"  THE  FERN  CIQAR   STORE  Nest door to Spokane Northern ticket oltlco  Wc carry a full line of        Tftharrnc  English and American    * UU������VCU������  Imported and Domestic CIQARS  GiUaeall  M0HER& BLISS  823  NEW YEAR  flusical   Instruments  VIOLINS  GUITARS     c  MANDOLINS  BANJOS  The Heintztnan & Co. Piano has  that soft, sweet, full tone which is  only found in the genuine "Heiritz^  man & Co." Piano.  ^ Call and see them  tit  Thomson stationery Co.  LIMITED.  NELSON--  2C2  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that <!������) days after date  I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  320 aeres of land situated near the confluence  of Meadow Crock and Coat River in West  Kootenay District, described as follows;  Commencing nt a post tnorked E, C, Chand;  ler's S. W. Corner (at the X.W. corner of V. L.  Nowman's iaj|d.) tjienpe enet 40 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west JO chains, thence  south 84 chains to point of commencement,  containing 320 acres more or legs.  -^^^J-^-.'~.-  ^F. C. CHANDLER,   .  January 3rd, iSiJB,      842       '        "EbcauSrf"  After....  Stock=Taking  YOU   WILL  REQUIRE A  New Set of Books  .   AN  Office or Pocket Diary  AND PERHAPS  A Typewriter?  ��������� .���������' ������������������������������������  We HaVeTheiji  ������������������'���������..������������������.'  CANADA PG& BOOK CO.  831 LIMITED,  FOB SAIE,  BAKER ST  Two Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST  One Lot with Two Stort3.  VERNON ST.  Several bote (Fifty toot frontage)  103 W. 4. C. UlrkMiii, |(������|<er Si.  JOHN HIB80H,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  ..    Ofkick:  NELSON   AND   BOSSLAND, B. C.  &  UY A   FARH  ...IN  PAST  KOOTENAY  A Paradisfe for the  Homeseeker  and Sportsman,  An extiiiOT'diniu y story reaches us,  which wc hope is not tt-iie. It is to  the effect that Judge Form liad nr-  l'iiiiKetl to try a wise on Wednesday  morning toy' which sevcnil witnesses  anil the constable, fi-om Kuskanook  were in town. When the appointed  time lU'Luvcd, there was no Judge. An  enquiry at.'his house elicited the in*  formation that he had gone away to  look at some claims. Consequently  live witnesses were kept over at the  government's expense, and the constable whose sevviees are just now  most urgently needed at Kuskanook  was kept in Nelson doing nothing. It  is to be hoped that the Judge lias some  good explanation to offer for thus  wasting people's time and the government's money. ������ One would have supposed, if lie was called away upon urgent business affairs, out of common  courtesy he would have made his ap.  ologies to the people he disappointed.  Poli teness is not out of place even on  Lhe Bench.  Everyone willsympathise" with our  cousins across the bowler over tbe terrible national loss they have sustained  by tlie destruction of tbeir man-of-war  1 tlie battleship Maine'.    With tbe na-  tional feeling of sympathy we British  combine a personal feeling of pity  for  . the brave men  who are lost and for  ! their sorrowing ones left behind.   No  ] nation can  feel more .deeply for and  ' with them than ourselves for there is  not one of us who has not some loved  We  have  26,000  acres   of choice  FARMING   LAND  For Sale at prices ranging  from  $2.50  to $30  per acre.  EASY TERMS) Five yearly payments* Six  er cent. Interest.  CROWS'   NEST   PASS   1IAIL1IOA1)   runs throiiKli   our  lft|idis, and  tlip "rtplipat  Mining  Country in UrltiKh Columbia.  NOW   IS   THE  TIME  TO   BUY.   Don't  mta tlite chnucc,  Imt get' iv liomc while  _    ������������������ " liuul Is cheap.  _  Full information, with maps ami pnrtlculiir*  The Kootenay Valleys Company Ltd.  OF    LONDON,    KKQUtND,  ,..-���������' r������ G������  PROCTER*  manager      m..  Baker Street    .  ."-     -     .      -      -.'....���������   NELSON, B. CV  Where to  get  it.  -a^--ASK FOR^^  5-..  -a  CARSS MACKINAW  0)  O  WHEN    11UVIKG'  1  MINERS' OB LUMBERMEN'S CLOTHING  -Ol  The only Genuine Mackinaw  .���������Manufactured    in     Canada.  IA  CARSS MACKINAW  6  u  Zj -  X .  Stamped on Every   Garment  Not     Genuine     unless     so  Stamped.      See     that    you  Get  it.    .--.--',  W. CARSS & CO., ORILLIA, ONT.  B  3  X  J. A. Gilker's,                   Nelson  I3A  BOOT and  FOR FEBRUARY  Commencing Saturday.���������Continuing all Month-  .0<������Q<������)0������>0������0<*<e<")0������>3������C<������C<">0������)0>  Wc have a heavy stock and find it's going to crowd US  for room, so to make room, we shall make a general sale ow  ALL FOOTWEAR.  For February only,"mind* which will tiiciudcevei'ythi no-  in the line of MEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN PS  SHOES,   BEGGINGS and   OVERGAITERS.      j ust  think, you can get any of our goods at  25 Cents off the Dollar  That is during February you can buy a Dolla/s wonih  of goods for 75 cents or any part of it at the same Discount.  ���������>0">o������c<>������c<������c<������c<">o������>o������o(<������e<������>o������>o������  Shoes at Scatteration n������*~~-        n^m   ���������v^NxxwHelp   us   Unload  LlLLlb S      Oppo^iteJIudsoh'sBay'Co.'  Are You Tall and Slim  If So 5fou Can be ,m  in one of Our NEW m,  at   $6.50   and $ig;:  0"ri  jDONT  FORGET  THE  PL ACS  P. 0. STORE   : ������������������  :   J. A. (HI  I   Aluminum Ware   ,  9    Wo have just received an importation of Aluminum Ware , ;,!'  ^ from  the  factory,   comprising '.,';;'.  I     CAMP OUTFITS      TEA KETTLE      ",  f TEAPOTS CHILDREN'S SETS   -  $  NAPKIN   RINGS SPIRIT  LAMPS,   gil  I       Aluminum Ware  DOES  NOT CORRODE OR TARN I Slf  ?        It  is   three  times  lighter  than  iron, three and a half tirulv''  .?        lighter   than   copper   and   four   times   lighter  than   s'ilyv.  x   Call  and  sec  our  stock. 733  I NELSON   HARDWARE  CO. |  GROCERIES and PROVISIONS  ������ Our  businesii   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.    \Ye gut oiyno particular ..  line.   Everything soki on an equal basis of profit.  Kindly  give   us a  call and be convinced  that we  are  The   Peoim.e.        :        :        :    '���������":.'.    :        :  Car of dried Fruit to arrive next week.  Get prices "before purchasing  56G  M. Des Brisay & Co.  QROCERIES-^  Meats, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Vegetables, dried  and canned, and other Groceries, A first class  assortment^  SOLE   AGENTS   IN   KOOTENAY   FO.U 783       '  Okell   &   florris'   Jams,   Pickles.   etc.--������naiHs^^  KOOTENAY SUPPLY CO,  STRICTLY   WHOLESALE  "NELSON-.  COAL!    COAL!   COAL!  Having been appointed agents for the Northern Pacific Coal Company,  any orders left with us will have prompt attention.  QAMBIE'-fe O'REILLY, Baker St., Nelson.  We are also agents for the Victor Oil  Co., Ltd., manulacturers ot r  Monarch Cylinder  Grease (Solidified Cylinder Oil), Monarch Lubricants'  lor Solidified Oils), Insurance Company Sf North America,  The Imperial  insurance Company,  Ltd., of London, England,  The Canada Accident  Assurance Company.  690 ... Plate Glass Assurance,., THg MINER NftSONv- fi.>&:Sf$VKDAW%^S&:l&8-  !���������������^ANSFERS.  |(Jrt> hb no.-  l&ittiiulr-    isidcration is named in transfers  .<tl sum of 81 is to be understood.  X('i.S',)Il.  vpeax, Silver Hccf, Curfew, Acme Fraction���������  Rj" Stimley,.J3 Malone, T..O.Itojr'totho Can-  piiui Pacific KxplortUiori, Limited.  Rbl-i-  ���������l'udit-PH.jort!iia:i to George G Day. gUOO.  raclcon���������John Campbell and Joseph Duhamel  Il Robert-It. Katon nnd-Arthur L Gordon,   op-  Tin for90 days.  J*)I:u'l,ha  'Washington���������Thomas     Gallon   to  fci'arles A. Owen.  liVand P, Number 2, Number 3. Ulg four  lumber o, Nmiiberfi, Lucky Seven���������,! K Wise,  Y'S l'utcrjoii nnd J. IJ. Johnston lo tho Can-  Mail l'aeillcKxpIoration, Limited.  P'rimroso-.l O'Neal to Jl is Ada Campbell,',,  130. ' '  t >!> 15~  foVild  J Torso MO, Kainbow {���������, Dulcc,  lilnck  laniond J���������J. K. Bale lo F Yamhill,  its'ell 1c Aiack, Uig Six���������10 K31ussum Lo Alex-  Eider Allen, 1-0.  l.Uiielo Al���������A II Sherwood to II 0 Nuclands J.  fSnowntorai, Snowstorm No 2,  Undo  Al���������A  'iSherwood to II G Keolands. i  [Uncle Al���������H G Neeliuuts to John A Forin.  laiid winter���������F OSkaloo to Ingrcbet Larson,  J'Sioo.  ���������Antonio, Knatlor, Shamrock, Alexandria Lit  L-Rock���������Win: Freolandto J J Driseoil.  TsbJIi-  KJollxlit. Altantie, Woodstock. Onl^arry, Hal  loral���������James Jlocrealli to Peter Mec-jcan, J������d-  Tirrt J. Moore and lid ward XV. Clevcrsloy, J.  [,'Jiddon  Treasure���������John   O'Melier to David  Grobo, J, $203,  Illidden Treasure -John O'iUclior to  XV. F,  lull.-J,'9200.   .  jib 17���������  Ift:o Grande, Kqu'ador���������Mnlcnin   McTvor   to  loss Thompson, .].  THE MERCHANTS'  '::BMK OF HALIFAX:  ' I.VCORl'ORATED'iSit?.   ;  '"        '  CAPITAL.PAID-UP    . -     --       ������1,500,000.00  BEST        - ��������� ..��������� ���������       . - ���������   - 1.175.000.00  Head Office, HALIFAX, N.S.  . T. Bi. Kiwsv, Esq., President,  D.   II.   DUNCAN,   Cashier.  Do yoii \yant Type? Do you want Ink?  Do you want to trade Presses?  w Do you"want to trade Paper CiiUer������?  Do you want anything iii tho Printing Maellin  ery lino?   If so write to  TOKttSTO TYI'E 10!i.M>UVXO.  GOO .Via Cardovn St., Vancouver, B. C.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY  NEW   LOCATIONS.  Nelson.  |M>-rtle-C N Taylor, left bank Koolcnay riv;  1������ miles south ot Nelson, :! of a mile ubove  loutli of Slocnn river.  JU J hint or���������lt "Hunter, left bank Kootenay  Ivor, sibovo mouth Sloean river.  [Suinmitt���������C Camoron, on   Roaring creek, J  kilcfrom N & F S Ry., formerly Paymaster.  J Last Chance���������.1 A liaison. Fast Fork of North  fork of Salmon river, formerly Old Dominion.  fCrcseent���������II A Cousins, Fast Fork of North  fork of Salmon river, adj. Last Chance, forin-  Irly 101 Dorado.  , Extrii-a'roviiielitl I'oiutiuiilus.  (iiKOLSTKATIONS)  Canndhni  Pacific Mining..and Milling  Jpmpnny." Capital ������500,000 in $1 sbares  Irfesul oHiuo, Minneapolis, U..S.   J. W.  |3rmtLi, Aiiis'ivorth, attorney.  Goliirabin Hydraulic Mining Company.  |)iipitiil, .$100,000 in 810 share*. Head  \tt\ae, Chicago, "111. Joseph D. Graham,  |i,evelstoko, attorney.  Rock Creek Gold aud Copper Alining  jompuiiy. Capital'^300,000 in $1.shares'.  |reud office, fjpoUnne. Johann Wnlli"-  ihu, Vancouver, attorney.  (licenses)  African Rriiish .Columbia Corporation,  Limited.. Capital ������20l),:><)0 iu ������1 shares.  lle.nl oilico at; ijimdou, ]<!������#. .J I. Jlir-  |iihel Cohen, 'Viclorin,'attorney.  Canada l'erinaueut Loan aud Saving  [ompany. Capital $5,O0O,0O!fn.i .$50  ���������ares. Head cilice at Toronto, Ont.  leasro J. Marani, Vaucouver, attorney.  jDhncan Mines, Limited. Capital  lluOjOOO in ������1 sbares. Head oilico in  loglant], Archie Muiuwarinfj Johnson,  [elson, attorney.  j Montreal aud lvjotonay Miuiug Com-  Ly, Limited. Capital, ?20,00ft in SI  litres. Head oifise nt Montreal. Richard  [���������win, Tom^O'Siifiutor wiue, B.C., attor-  ey.    c  A   Keiinrnl    liankinii   business   transacted.  Sterling I tills of ,Ji;xoliiii>Ko bought nnd sold.  Letters of "credit, etc . negotiated.. Accounts  ami deposits received on most,favorable terms.  GKORGE   KYDD,  hl< Mamtgor Nelson iiraneh.  MILLINERY ancl<^_  <i^BRESSMAKING-  Costumes .Furnished  l'oi' any  Oec-ision    on    Short;   Notice:  7BI  e. Mclaughlin.  '"8  Dominion  k Lois Aaia  OF TORONTO  Ait- now giving stmig'nt  Loiins on iiii])i-ovcil City  Properly, on easy inonUily  Payments.      ���������     ���������    ���������-  No shares to lie subscribed  for. No fines. No forfeitures. For i'utlier particulars as to terms, etc., apply  to undersigned.      ������������������      -���������  OQ0QGS080  FOR; SALE^ss^>  A good corner lot Addition " A."  Two lots witli two cottages rented  for .$:il per month. . ���������.  On easy terms.  ������������������@������������������������������ >  CHRS8T8E ��������� *  &-ANNABLE  REAL   ESTATE  INSURANCE &  M.IN1NQ BROKERS  S44 NKLSON.  'CiO   TO   TIIE_  <:>���������(. V������nr I'ri ill ins I>dii e at tler-ir.  ^r^Tei������niT"niBeting^f*tlttrWii^p^  riuters' Union the following resolution  lis passed, "That we protest against tbe  hsvaleut practice of business houses of  [nding to the east for their printing and  fationery supplies. We consider the  notice unpatriotic aud detrimental to  |ir growth aud general interests, depriv-  \(f as itjtloee, a large number of employment aud permnDeut-residence, besides  ?ing uiuiecessaiy.'f  1 Some of tbe business men of NoLsou  ho have in the past sent to Vancouver,  Ipoknue, Winnipeg and other places for  Ere greater part of their printed supplies  If stationery, i.hould carefully consider  tie above resolution. The (juestion of  jtipportinff homo industry ali'ects the  litefesls of every town and Nelson is no  Ixecption. The merchants havo no more  |i������lit to Bend out of town for their  Itatiotiery thau other resideuta bttve to  lend for their supply of groceries and  \ry goods, which they caii get j 11st as  veil and nearly as cheap in their own  jity. A story is told of the editor of a  lapcr in a small western town receiving  I letter from a merchant doing business  In the town, with a request that the  bditpr "toast" some of the residents for  feending to a large departmental store in  li neighboring town for supplies. The  huerehaut's letter was written on paper  (minted at a Chicago'printing house.  KOOTENAY HOTEL  w=r^__. And gut a  Tonvand Jerry,  Jieef Tea,  g Ji|E     Oyster Cocktail.  Best Liquors and��������� Cigars.  HOLBROOK & CHASE..  CITY   SCA.VENOKRS  TIME  CAF5D   NO. S  Going Wkst. .         Daily Going Kast.  Leave S.OO n. m.   Kaslo Arrive 3.50 p.m.  "     R2'in. in.   Sonlh Korlc ���������'      3.15 p.m.  "     Q.'JIia.m.   Spronlo's ���������'      2.15 p.m.  "      9.51 a, m.   Whitewater     "      2.00 p.m.  " . 10.03 a. 111.' Boar Lnku "     1,18 p.m.  "   lU.18u.in. ' McGuitran "   1.33pin.  "    10:30a. in.   liailcy.s "      1:21 p.m  "    10.:<!) a. ni. .Innolioii "      1.12 p.m.  Aro.  10.50 a. 111.   Sandon Leave   1.00p.m.  nOBT. HIVING,        cKO. V. COWXAND.  2bll G. K. &J>. ,\. Suporinrondunt.  mnoiu if!|i  ui Trafliag Co., Lfl.  Steamers  ''Iiiteriiational" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  =    and River.  'rime Card  in cfl'ect Oct.  1st, 1897." Subject  to change without notice.  I'lve Mile l'oint, cniinoction with all passenscr  trains of X. & F. S. J{. It. I o and from  Xoi'thporl;, Uosslaiul and  Spokunc.  Ticket sold and baRsage cheeked to U. S. points  Leave Kaslo for Nelson nnd way points, daily  except Sundays, 5:15 n. in.   Arrive Northport  12:15 p. 111.: Kossland 3:10 p. m.;  Spokane (8 p. 111.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, daily  except Snn<lii)-s. 5:45 p. 111.   Leaving Spokane 8  11. in; Uosslaml 10:30 :t. in.;  Northport 1:50 p. in.  Kaslo, li. C, 1st Oct., 1807.  31 GEO. ALEXANDER Gcn'l Mirr.  /WWW.  Ye Olde  Spokane  Falls <fc  Northern R'yy  Nelson &  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain Ryy.  The only all rail route without change  of cars betweea Nelson and Kossland and  Spokane and Rossland.  (Daily Except Sunday)  Leave 9.20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p. in.  "   12:00 "   EOSSL'D    "3:59   "  "    800am. SPOKANE   "   6.40p.m.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek, connect nt Marcus with Stngp.  Diiily.  COLUMBIA & WESTERN RY.  Schedule  EFIWIVE   MONDAK Ml   22,   18D7.  WKSTHOUM*  I'.M.    I'M.    I', jr.  No. 5 No. 3 No. I  KASTIIOUNIJ  I'.M.    I'.M.    P.M.  No. 2 No. 4 No. li  DOORS, SASHEB and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS  SATKSFACTiOI^   CILfABtArUTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.  ELSO  Fashioned . .  NQER  BEER  Thorpe & Co., Ld. I  rci. co.  crnon St.  Have   You   Tried  ���������3:45 8:00.. HOHSON...8:00 2:W  5.00    2:00    10:00. ..TRAIL... .7:0(1   12:55    1:15  3:15    ll:lo.nOSSLANr>.(i-00 12:00 m.  No's. 1 and 2 connect with C. P. II. main liiie  steamers, and trains lo and from Nelson ut  Itobson. .-  No'a, 3 and i are local trains between Trail  and Kossland.  No's, 5 and 6 ������ro local trains between Trail  unil Kobson. No. 6 connects \vith train No. 4  from lloseland.   '  All trains dally.  F, P. GUTKLIUS, Gen. Supt.  FURS  P. BURN5 & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  HEAD OFFICE NELSON, U. C.  Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,  Sandon, Three Forks, TTew Denver and Sloean City.  We are prepared to supply const; mers with  all kinds of Fresh aud Cured Meats at reasonable prices.  Orders by mail to any branch wiil have careful and prompt attention.  Are prewired to <lo all kinds of nciivonBervork  and chimney .sweeping-   Orders left  with Kii'kpntricl: te Wilson  will  reoaive iii-onijit  (821) attention.  NOTICE,  Notk'0 is hereby aivKu that we have purchased'Hie youd will and business of Swan  Nelson, eity scavenger, and will l,alcc over the  siiino on Jiarch let. Mr. Nelson wiil collect all  Wllsil'dtriiiiir/oif Vvdririip'tornreraistxroind"W!ll  pay all accounts owed by him.  HOfjBllOOIC te C1TASK.  Nelson. P.O. 130x18!)."  NELSON yU  *--'���������        IRON       WORKS  NELSON. B. C.  It-oil and Itriiss 4'asliit^H uf Evtr.v tn-s< riji-  limi.   Kt'iutii's   and    .Juliljiii'i  ������!& a RPi:riAj;rv.  l-VC. liAMlll.!-: J.!r: 1-KANCIS J. O'lil'iU.V.  M. Insl. I'.li.    M. Cm\. S.>r. (.'.!���������". A������...<:. M. hist. CI:.  M. Am, Si ���������������:<'.li.    I'. I. .H. Ii.t ll.C. I'.L.S. r.irHC.  Il uli'Ki-.. linn. S >'"!'. iifl'iilvWks U'K>l,iml, ll.C.  ..i" iMicijin li.e.i  .M'lsi.ll. ll.C.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY  CIVIIi KXIilNKKUS.      O      OO  ������      PKOVlSmii LAND SUJlVKYOItS.  Accoitntniits ami Cencrnl Agents.  Agents Insurance Co. of North America.  NKI.SON ���������        <7S7) - li. U.  Smoking*   Tobacco?  JASMILLAMCO.  meoapanATtp.  EXPORTERS AND IMPQRTER8.  200*212 FlKCTAVK. NORTH,  MINNEAPOUS,   MINN-  Brincti; 56 whilst., VICTORIA, 6, C.  J. A. PROWNV.Manaocii.  ^���������ShlpmenU JollcHid. Wrltt lor Circulw.������*0  KOOTENAY   LAKE  saw niuu  Nelson   Office  and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREBT.  Builders  ;ire Invited to inspect my  stock of  Rough  and  Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles, Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  G. Of  piichaijai}  ATUVNTIO  Steamship Lines  From Portland.  Laurcutlon���������Allan Line Feb. 20  Numidian���������Allan Line Mar.   i  Vancouver���������Dominion Lino Feb. 12  Scotsman���������Dominion Line, St John l-'cb. 2li  Gallia���������Ueaveiv liine      Feb. Hi  JjiUj8jiV:inni|)cii=Jlenvor^Liiic.J.-...i.i. -JScb^2S  _ From Xew York.  Bi'itttAilc���������White Star Lino Feb. 'I.i  Majestic���������White Star Une Fob. lti  St. Paul���������American Line   Feb. 23  Now York���������American Line...   Fob. lij  Ktruria���������Cunard Line Feb. 21  Camiuinin���������Cimard Line Feb. 'M  Weslcrnland���������Itcd Star Lino Feb. lfi  Berlin���������Jted Star Line     Feb. 2."  Cabin. ������5, 830, ������������, $70, ?8ft and upwards.  intermediate. *W and upwards.  Steerage. $2:l..10 and upwanlM,  l'assengers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low  rates lo all parts of tho Kuropean coiitinent.  Prepaid |iassaK������H arranged from all points.  Apply  to  GKO.������������������������.- IlKKIt.   C.l'.li.  Ticket  A(,'ent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM 8TITT.  ujl)   General AKtnt, C.P.H. Olllcos, Winnlpofj.  T  Joseph A. 5ai|Ward  UMBER! LUMBER!!  All  kinds  of  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber.  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  "^������������������"���������PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES,  so: PILOT BAY, B. C.  OVER  SEVENTY  YEARS'   ESTABLISHED   REPUTATION.  'STOOD  ... KcrclstoSiC Incoryoi-atlan.  J. M. Kellie, M. T. P.   has preseute.i a  petition to the Legislature from the residents 6E Reviilstoke who now number, it  ; claimed over 2000 asking Cor tbe incur-  so.ratioa o������ thab town as a city. ' T'be'/pe-  iitiouei-3 believe tlint with tbe iucrensed  lmportanca given their place o������ rcsiclerice  Jby theremovcl thither oc the Canadian  Ipacific railway shops and divisionalhead-  fquarters the time has come farinoprporu-  Itioa and they therefore ask for the ivaiv-  lingoftho oustomary notice,. as in the  i case of Eossland, Gracd Forks aud Nel-  ' sou last session, so that they may immed-  | iately assume the duties ot self-goveru-  'lneut.  Tlie Soiiii'i-s !;a:iiily ������:<iiic������i'J.  The concert given on Wednesday evening in the Are hall, by the Somers. Family ]  uuder the auspices of the local lodge.of j  the Knights ot Pythias was -largely at-  tended aud thoroughly enjoyed by the j  audience. That the singing of this!  talented family was appreciated was evi- [  deuced- by the fact that nearly every!  number on the programme received en- ���������  cores.   . i  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.  OlILiLt KEEP Indefinitely,  flofc Jiffeeted by t>enmp.  Contains all the-elements  of food in  an   easily digested  form:'���������Dr. Gordon Stables, M.D.j, R.N.  Miss Neiiio Somers, a pretty young j" Tins Food may be used with advantage by persons of all  girl, has a very  pleasing  voice,   which ages."���������SlR   CHAS.   A.   CAMERON,   M.D.  give3 promise of great conipa&s us she  grows older. Miss Lottie iaiher cnte  childhood songs, and -ffiih her pretty  ������ace and pretty manner was a special  favorite. Masters Perrin nod Carl saug  several old favorite comic songs, which  were enthusiastically, received. .Both  boys have good voices and -with training  should make good singers. The Jlmsic-  al talent of tbe family is inherited, as Mr.  and Mrs. Somers are both good singers.  It is understood that the family will give  another concert here on their return from  a trip through the Slocao towns.  The Cassiar Central  Railway Company,  The Cassiur- Central Railway Company is prepared to receive, on or  before' the ��������� sSth day of February next,. TENDERS FOR T!Hi CONSTRUCTION 'of   a   portion of  the/r   railway line  connected   with   terminal   facilities,   before   the   final 'locution .survey is  made.  Information with' regard to tlie work to-be undertaken can be had  on application at the office of the Company's Engineer,"H. 1*. Bell, F.sq.,  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,  HAVELOCK,SMITH, Secretary.  ^^toriaT^^^ai^iy 27tV18987"  ST. I  INCOEPOBATED   1G70-  Hudson's Bay Company,  FORT GARRY rmLSL WINNIPEG.  Many people claim to sell the best Flour.  We do not make claims, tout only ask  the favor of a trial. Our Hungarian is  acknowledged by all unprejudiced people  to be the best vaine in Canada.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET NELSON, B. C  CANADIAN PAGfflG RAILWAI  The most direct route to  AH Points in Canada  United States and Europe.  X)-A."J  Purchase through tickets and have your baggage checked to.your destination without change.  Biscuit   Manufacturers.  Established 185S. Victoiua, B.C.  JOSIAH R. NEAYE & CO., Manufacturers, FORDIKGBRIDGE, England.  ITsmrraTcof  'Vwiircled Throe Gold Mocluls and Six Silver Medals at B. C. Exhibitions. -  Awjiwh-'d Medal and Diploma ab Colonial find Indian Exhibition,  London, England, 1890.  We ir'ike a K;ici:lal IStscnlt for the'KloiiUlkc. carefully prupixrcd with finest vegetables  H -i condcri-ed form nnd packed in Una. This is 1111 excellent rood for mining camps and for  those taking loni; journeys.   Ourl������ogBlsciiIl is the cheapest and best in the market.   Try them.  THIS IS THK  LARGEST BISCUIT FACTORY INT WESTERN CANADA.  212  THE ONLY LINE  Operating Tourist   Cars  U> Toronto,  Montreal  -   "and  Boston without ohangu.      Also   Through  Tourist V:iva to St. Paul daily.  Mag.nlfscent Sleepers and Dining Cars on all Trains  Trains leave Kelson daily for tiic North and Rossland at: 18:40 (6:40  p.m.) o'clock. For Sloean" City at $ a.m. Call on nearest agent and  procure an Annotated Guide, which gives full information.  Jor Tickets nnd 'Cull particulars an to rates, time, etc., apply to nearest C. P. R.  HgentortoGEO. S. BBEK, Cily-Passeugci'Agent, Nclsou. .. -;  W. P. CARSON. E. J.OOYLE,-,,1  Traveling fnss. Agt.. Xolson. " I'i^. Pass. AKt.VaPOOurei  ���������..''fii'rS *^<IMB*������tfJIWKMK!Ka������*������������������������*^^  THE MINER. NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, FES. i$, 1898.  rjt.jtgiM&X?*���������'--  W>~'  ���������i*--  C3  K r  fe  Business Locals.  WANTED-Steamboat Captain for u  stern wheel steamer on Stickine. Send  references to Box 304, Vancouver.  See Boss' beavers and mil tons.  The C. P. R. Co. is offering very reasonable rates to tbe East and West and old  country. For rates and tickets apply or  write to Geo. S. Beer,  City Passenger and Ticket Agent, Nelson.  Food for bargain hunters at Lillie's.  If you want an Electric Belt or Battery call at Vanstone's Drug Store.  Scotch and Irish, suitings galore at  Rom'.  Doctor's Prescriptions and Family Re-  ciepta a specialty at Vanstone's Drng  Store.  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 foil line of tax serges at Roes'.  of a trcct of valuable mineral land near  the E. C. mine. The object of leasing  mineral land in this way is to give the  prospector time to locate the lead before  he finally records the claim.  C. P..K. IHriilcnd.  At a meeting of the directors of the  Canadian Pacific Railway company held  in Montreal on Monday last the usual  half yearly dividend of 2 per cent on the  preferred stock and a dividend of 2% per  cent on the ordinary stock was declared,  making with tbe dividend already paid 4  per cent for the past year. The gross  earnings for the year were $24,049,534;  working expenses 813,745,75S; net earnings $10,303,776; fixed charges including  guarantees aud interest on land boDds  86,783,367; net revenue available for  dividends 83,861,115. Out of this a dividend of two per cent on tbe preferred  and one and a half per cent ou ordinary  stock for the June half year wns paid in  October last.  ^^^^W^^AWWi  My Fair  Bownin to Heat.  Large room witb wardrobe, electric  light, beated and furnished. Married  couple preferred. No cbildren. P. O.  Box 109.      -  NELSON CAFE.  Sunday    Dinner,   February 20th-  4:30 o'clock.  CANAOIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.  Office of the SnitcrlntmilcMt.  TENDERS WANTED  TENDERS will bo received up to Thursduy  tho 21lh instant, by the undersigned, for the  construction of a transfer wharf at Nelson.  Particulars may bo had on application to Mr.  A. H. Baal ton, nssistant nngineor. Nelson,   '  A deposit of ten per cent of the amount of  tender will be required as a guarantee for the  completion of contract.  ; H. E. BEA8LEY.  Superintendent  Nelson, 15th February, 1898. <85S)  Eastern Oysters.  California Fry.  SOUP  Consomme Colbert    Ox Joint au Rum  PISH  Winnipeg White Fish  Fresh Herring Espngnole  BOILED  Pickled Calves Tongue, Chilli Sauce  Chicken Bechamel  KNTRIKS  Larded Tenderloin of Pork Eu-Saubccc  Queen Oyriter Patties  Cheese Fondue Maringno  ROAST  Sirloin of Beef and Yorkshire Pudding  Stuffed Goom Young Turkey  IU������pberry Jelly Cranberry Sauce  COLO MKATSAMD SALADS  Chicken Turkey Lamb  Russian Salad  RKLISHKS  Chow Chow     Queen Olives     Pickled Beets  VK0KTASLK8  .  Mashed Potatoes a la Cream  Asparagus Drawn Butter.  ���������,PASTRY'  Apple, Mince and Lemon pie  English Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce  Cocoenut Kclaire Strawberry Tar  Coco* Milk Coffeo  Regular Pinner So Cents ^sa**������-  Mining Stock Market.  Locally the stock market has been quiet during the past week. However there has been  a good demand for Fern, War Eagle, Virginia,  und Iron Mask. Also some enquiries for standard silver stocks.  NELSON  DIVISION  Hall Mines.  Puiidee....  Forn   50 Athabasca 28  ������5Bright Prospects..   .10  .65 Kenneth    15  TBAIL  CREEK DIVISION  LoJtoi   8.00Iron Colt... 15  War Eagle  MS Poorman    li  Iron Mask.  Josie   Monte Cristo .  .J2  .30  Lily May V   .20  Deer Park   Evening Star.  ng  Ho  .12  .09  ,23Good Hope...     .0i  Virginia    .16  SIOCAN   DIVISION  Sloean Star.  2.40Dardanelles. 11  Reco..  1.7aNobleFive 15  FtamblcrCiuiboo..   .a^Wonderful    .05  We invite particular attention to tho follow*  ing snaps, subject to sale:  00VWTT 00UBT.  <!������<!*������  -Set  for  A Utr$e ||������( <*������������������������������������ Rear* Before  fort* TimrMar 4fler*������������������.  A tjtUp(r o( tbe oounty court wns beld  on Tbarwfoy afternoon by Judge Forin.  Tb������ following ja ��������� list of cases which  9DM op for bearing:���������  footer Ti. *foM������rtiD.���������Settled.  lioo\ty Ti. Vwiat.���������Set oyer till next  court.     ' c:  KoOordy t������. Paries.���������Set over   till  pextoourt.  Elliott ts. O'Connor.���������Set over  till  next oourt.  C. k K. Co. va    Cameron.���������Judgment  for defendant tor 928; Contra claims set  off witb no costs.   This waa o case cover-  jgg^renWjafjwJwrf^and^warebouse-at  Kaslo.  McPbee vs. Valentine.���������Covering tbe  relocation of a certain mineral property  on Four mile creek. Case was abandoned.  Mo Vicar vs. Steveusou.���������Settled.  Teetzel vs. Kootenay Lake General  Hospital.���������Referred to Police Magistrate  Crease for settlement, with points of law  recognised.  Bank of B. N. A.  vs.  Carmade.-  over for Bundry settlement.  Tufte vs. Buchanan.���������Set over.  McClary vs. Buchanan.���������Set over.  Wilson vs.    Gleuzer.���������Judgment  plantiff.  Jitsovicz vi������. Perry.���������Judgment for  plaintiff, less certain amount deducted  for bad butter supplied.  Wbittini vs. Dorsey.���������Judgment in 14  days.  Gray vs. Bradford.���������Referred to registrar for account, law reserved.  Waldron vs. Abercombia.���������Settled.  LaBau vs. Poupore & Co.���������Set over  till next court witnout prejudice to objection as to jurisdiction.  D. Campbell vs. city of Kaslo���������Enlarged witb cost to defendant.  Hastie vs. Lackmer���������Referred to Reg-  istray for accounts.  Hatey vs. KelJy & Croft���������Settled.  Quintal vs. Antoiue���������Settled.  Sharp va.   Harrison  and  Pigeon  va.  Harrison,   International   Trading  Co.,  garinshees.���������Settled.  Buchanan vs. Stevenson.���������Adjourned  to March 2.  West Kootenay Butcher Co. vs. Crad-  bnry���������Judgment upon the proper summons being taken out  The next regular sitting of court will  be beld on March 20, but a special sitting will be held on March 1st to hear  the case of Buchanan va. Stevenson.  leased (��������� Lecate Lead.  Superintendent Harrison of the 13. C  mine in the Summit camp near Grand  Forks, has taken advantage of a certain  section in the British Columbia mining  laws, and has taken a three months'lease  1000Dundee ......   .63  toOt) Athabasca...   .26  iiOll 81ocan Stnr.. 2.00  2000 Kcnnothlp I'd)   .11  1000 DundeefpTd). .37  500 War Ettgle.. 1.10  500 Monte Cristo.  .22  2500 Iron Colt 13  List your holdings with us.   We hav   cash  buyers. '���������  *   Flrnt  Class list of  REAL ESTATE ���������d  MINING PROPERTY  of all kinds For Sale.  H G.M'CUU-OCH&CO.  <n������.    GENERAL  BROKERS.  B4KCK0T.      - ������������������"WW������!������.*.C. ���������  r.Q. Ifex 4������3    .' ���������'���������     -       CIons*'* <.'������4e.  J.  HARRIS & Co.  CALGARY, ALTA.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  OATS ������ and ������ HAY  Car lots Supplied on Short Notice.  Corresponarnce Mlidieil.        834  Notice of Application for Liquor   License  'pAKK XOT1CK Mint wo. Pedro Chcrbo and  X. GiniiDl Miinnarino will apply to tho Gold  Commissioner of West Kootenay,]). C, thirty  days after date, for a license to sell liquor by  reUiil nt Goat ltivcr 1/inding. in tho West  Kootenay district.       PEDItO CHERHO.  GIMMI MANNARINO.  .Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 21st day of  January, 1898. 838  NOTICE.  4.0, PATENAUPE  OPTICIAN &  WATCHMAKER  Eyes tested for Astigmatism.  All   kinds of  fine  watch and clock       ^ Jtep*mng^_ _JI_ii=s^i^__  * tTf*F4CTI0W ������| ABAXT������:BI������ ������r  MWISY  W. U.Q. PIOKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER 8T.  NELSON, 33. O."    [335]  MINES EXAMINED  ������������������- A.VIJ.ltKl'OltTKDO.V IIV  F. M. CHADBOURN  Twenty v-eant* experience in mining.  Thorough knowledge of mine* of British  Columbia.  Terms Htu-sonablc.  718 NEL80N, B. O.  W. J. TWISS,  MINING,  REAL ESTATE  ���������BROKER.-  INSURANCE AND GENERAL  COMMISSION AGENT.  FRONT STREET.    -    KASLO, B. C.  roso) -  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial^rfc  Land Surveyor.  649  NELSON, B.  C.  F.Ll. 0SLER and J, W. CARWIN  Mining and      ������  Real Estate Agents.  NELSON     -      K������     -      JB-O-  G. D. CURTIS  -^^ARCHITECT^  625    OTCK TnOMSOXS* BOOK STOBE.  ADDITION 'A' NELSON TOWNSITE  Notice is hereby given that I have  appointed Messrs. Gamble &0'Rieij.y  real estate agents, my sole agents for  the above property. Any person wishing to purchase lots in said Addition  "A" can get full particulars from theui.  Jan. IS, 1S������8.     (830)    F. C. Innes.  H'  Manufacturers of  OISTING  Mining  and  SHIP'S  RIQGING  Wire Ropes       s������5  BLEIOHERT TRAMWAYS  The Dominion Wire Rope Co'y., Ltd., Montreal, Que.  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND, B. C. BY J. D. SWORD, AGENT.   -  ivlanufacturers of  Underground  Haulage  and  Colliery  Wire Ropes "k  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 directoi s.  A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C. August 14th  1896.  (419)  ���������   ���������  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby Riven lh.it sixl,y dny-a  after date I intend to make application to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase* tho following described  Iniid. sittintcd on tlio east shore of tlio Columbia, llivor Narrows; commcncintc at tlio south  west corner of hot No. 745 Group 1 West  Kootenay, running theiico eighty |80) chains  East, thence forty (40) chains'South. bh?nce  eighty (8<>) chains West, thence forty (40) chninn  North, following the river bank to point of  commencement. (851)  G. W. JORDAN.  .   Dated 27th day of January, 1898.  N  NOTICE.  OTICE is hereby given that sixty days   .    after date 1 intend to apply to tlio Cliict  Commissioner of Lands te Works for permission  to purchase tho following' described tract of  unsurvuyed Crown lnnds, Commencing at the  north enst corner post of Lot 303 G. I. West  Kootenay district, thence west 40 chains,  thence north 20 chains, thence cast 80 chains,  thence south 20 chains, thence west 40 chains  to point of commencement, nnd containing 1G0  acres. II. S.ODDY,  January 10th, 1S98. 836  E.  G.  PRIOR  &  CO.,  LD  LTY  ESTABLISHED IN   [859.  Corner of Government & Johnston Streets, Victoria.  Mining Supplies  MINERS OUTFITTED FOR THE YUKON.  JESSOPS DRILL STEEL,    BAR IRON,   all   sizes,  STRIKING,:HAMMERS, ORE TRUCKS,  TRACK     IRONS, BLACKSMITHS'     TOOLS,  BUILDERS' HARDWARE.  FARM IMPLEMENTS AND VEHICLES OF ALL  DESCRIPTIONS,  WHITE  FOE PRICES  857  Branch Stores at Vancouver aw) Kamloops.  ARMSTRONG  &  The Largest Sheet Metal  Works on the Canadian  Pacific    Coast,   ���������   ���������  ���������  MORRISON  MANUFACTURERS   OF<  Kiveted Steel Pipe   Ore Oars   Ore Buckets  Monitors Elevators Steel Wheel Barrows  e^^CORRESPONDENOE SOLICITED ^5^>  716H*ATUYAvemje ,,   VANCOUVER, B.O.  BeH&n Watei^ Motor  Ia so superior to all others ai regards strength,  durability, economy of wntcr. In fact, in all that  constitutes a High Class AVateii Motor, as to  admit of no comparison, adapted, to every variety  of service and made of sixes varyinar from the  fraction of ono to 100 horsepower, ,  Jteccnt scientific tests made at the Michixon  university in connection with several other motor*  claimed to be tho best on tho market, showed la  per cent, higher efficiency in favor of the l'elton,  whiln the relative cost per H. 1\ to buy was only  oncthird to one-half that of others. Vvater companies desiring to make the most of their water  supply should discriminate in invor of the Pelton  One of these motors is now running presses of  Tiik Minkk. where it may bo seen in operation.  Write for circular.-?.  The Pelton Water Wheel Co.  121-123 Main St.  San- Francisco, Cal.  Thos. Dunn %.. Co., I/d.  PEALER8 IN  I  BLACKSMITHS' AND HE SDPPL1  BAR AS>������ SUF.CT IKOJf, 3IIKERV PICKS, U1K ANI������  SHEET STEM,  KIXCKii'SHOVELS. MIBr. KorCS, NA.M1U MOVtM,  OV.1AMITE  fllSE ASfD CAPS.  ...QUICKSILVER,  Wnte for Quotations. Cable Address, "Dunn."  (>33) V"-A.3STCOTJ"VER,."3.  C  Fred J. Squire  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  WINTER and SPRING GOODS  TWEEDS,   SERGES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc.  ji ������������������ "  . .   PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS S25.00 AND UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.     so  NELSON,  B.C.  Start   a  Small Bank  Direct from New York, 10 Oases 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. ,  W. H. GRAHAM & CO.  I? l-jmiMELSON SHOE STORE������������^  THE GENELLE LUMBER CO.  Have Just Received~���������~���������������!or  20,000 Feet  of Coast   Flooring-,   Siding and  Ceiling- all  of which   is  STRICTLY    FIRST-CLASS.  WQ  fllSO   kC6P a^   kinds   of  rouffh  arid   dressed  Lumber in stock.  Yard near C.P.R. Station.  824  A.    E.    YOUNG,    AGENT.  COOL REFRESHING D���������s  ^-*^ wJ-f -^.-NELSON  SODA WATER  FACTORY^.  All kinds of Carbonated Waters.                        Orders delivered promptly.  629 ������������������r������.   O.   BOX   88   A FULL LINE OF  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  Just received at the  POST OFFICE CIGAR STORE,    r*    S. J. MIGHTON  Jew Arrivals  Heiuz's Evaporated Horse Radish  McLaren's ImperiahOJieese  Jolmstou's Beef Extract  Johnston's Pineapple  JL G. Cocoa  Blue point Oysters  French Mushrooms  Maccaroni and Cheese, (Canned)  Canned Asparagus  Jersey^Crearoilf  Another 25 Pozen of p^sb Eggs  We also received some of  Kellar's Marmalade  W B.C. C. O. D. GROCERY:!  [ Farley & Simpson.  ^TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTK  NEW GROCERY STORE        3  Groceries, Provisions, Etc. 3  E  A Full Line of  New Stock.      Everything: First Class.     Prices Right.  A consignment of Christie's Cream Sodas, and Yankee Hill's Maple H  byrup just received.       Prompt delivery to any part U  of city free.       Orders by mail promptly attended to. h  Wc make a specialty of TEAS and COFFEES.   Give us a call. *^  JT.   .A..  TZWTlSrG- <Sc  CO. 3  Applewhaite Block                 Baker and Kootenay Streets. H  ^111 L1L1L1L11111L111111111II I I t I I in I I II111 it i t t lujT.  HARDWARE  SHELF HARDWARE  BAR IRON and STEEL  ORE CARS and BUCKETS  Smart's Perfection Ranges  Coal and Wood Heating Stoves  HINER'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 aud NELSON, B.C. SUPPLEMENT TO  the Tuner,  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb.  19,  1898.  TEBWBUB OAUMJTY.  He |)������||e<l ������������t������������ |tatt|e������M|������ ������������!������������  ������lr*y������l i������y ������������������' ������:.vni(m|oa.  , On Tuesday evening tbe United States  and Editor King in justification of tbeir  coarse in signing tbe letter.  The following resolution was passed  almost unanimously: ������������������ Resolved���������That  it is tbe sense of this meeting that tbe  tunnel HO feet a three foot body of galena was encountered wbiob gave assay  valnes of $93 per ton. Drifting on the  lead has been followed to a distance of  60 feet.  -attleehin rode nroaaiv at anchor in the ProP*"*'������w*4oM������t ot Provincial Win-     There are 120 tons of shipping ore  C to?at HXa S *������   ������������������ s���������������   Cup at WompwuV  Eight -be lay it the bottom 5 the V"?0*** DOt f <*orsed and ������M* ��������� Ending and 80 tons more^will be added  r   .,"j" L_ " i'"__ ���������__'j_-i * j *������������_' petition in remonstrance be circulated j��������� 8 8b0r(j tjme.  tbe tomb of two hundred and fifty-  is of ber gallant crew.   About tbe  luie mentioned a frigbtfnl explosion took  jiace <>n tbe vessel, wbiob shattered ber  pieces and she sank a helpless wreck  ...viog with her most of the crew wbo  ., asleep at tbe time.   A number of  -officers were dining on board the line  ,''JnerCity of Washington at the time  many of them would have lo������t tbeir  ������  Tbe officers who were on board     It is expected that tbe new sampler at gold value,   -  Sovereign claim on Lookout mountain  and forwarded to the Legislature and  Provincial Government authorities notifying tbem to that effect."  fining   News.  Ten placer companies will operate in  the Port Steele district next season.  15.  Tbe Black Diamond at Ainswortb is  said to bave paid back to its owners,  through its shipments for tbe past few  months, tbe snm of 935.000.  A shaft is being sunk on the Lincoln  fraction at tbe corner of Lincoln street  and First Avenue, Rossland. Tbe shaft  is 20 feet deep in solid ore of about 88  Fifty men have been added to the near Trail.   There are three  feet   of  lsoXll, wbiob was anchored near  daine immediately lowered ber boats  saved thirty wven of the crew.   Sej- foroeempioye4oB the Queen B������ss in tbe $37.50 ore in tbe abaft and it is improv-  wre were rescued by tne u������y or gi,^,, ._ ,tu j__tu r  iiogton and several swam ashore.  lm number given above are known  |> have perUhed. The origin of the ex-  -;ion is a mystery but a searching in-  :%ation has been instituted to ascer-  i 1 tbe cause. As usual in such cases  ,.4i theories are advanced, tbe most  Med being that tbe new explosive  *ed on gun cotton and manufactured  Sloean.  Tbe Fairy Queen at the bead pf Sloean  lake will join the list of shippers in the  early spring.  Work on the California mine near New  Denver will, it is said, begin early in  March witb a force of 30 men.  A force of seven men have commenced  ing witb depth.  . . 1 j 1 ���������������.���������    work on the Vlotory-Triuph claims on  apec.al process exploded spontan- w   near ^  ���������ly and fired the msgasiue.   In tbe      r  of dead are tbe names of three Can-  as.  MA88 MEETING AT KASLO.  D. J. Maodooald, miuing inspector is  visiting and inspecting the mines of the  Sloean employing 12 men or more.  Tbe '(rail Creek News says that in  about six weeks there will be at least 100  men at work on Lookout mountain.  Rossland parties, are applying for an  - j������e������t Against me rr������|HMc4 AMCHttwcats  ''      ' I* tlie V. V. maerai' *������*���������  A few days ago eleven.citizens ot Kaslo act of inoorgoration to permit them to  signed an open letter to \V. A. Carlyle,  {provincial  mineralogist^ approving bis  proposed changes in tbe mining laws and,  run a tunnel through Red mountain.  The   Ophir,    California and Oregon  especially the part requiring the locator  Ito perform his assessment work within  190 days after location instead of one year  las at preseut, and requiring all claims  [to run ont at the end of the year.  A hastily called massmeeting was held  I at KbbIo on Saturday everting to protest  claims on Pool creek have been bonded  by S. Thornton Langley, of Rossland.  The coke used in the Northport smelter  comes from Wales, being bought to  Puget Sound ports as ballast for ships.  It will probably not be very long before  the shareholders of the Halt Mines will  against the proposed changes in the mio- ^ Ratified by receiving another divi-  inglawB.   Themeetiag was addressed by den<i.  ex-Mayor Green, President G. O. Bucb- ".,*������.������.. ��������� L. r. v, i ���������  anan of the Board of Trade, August Car- Some time ago a contract for 200 feet American Corporation he considers him-  ney and others in opposition to the pro- of tunnelling was let on the Twin mine self bonnd by his word to give tbat composed amendment and by Mayor McAnn to  Spokane parties.   After driving the pany his services.  Tbe' Britisb American Corporation is  making preparation for extensive work  on tbe Lalla Rookb group of claims near  Cascade City, which the Syndicate has  recently acquired.  At a depth of 38 feet an ore body has  been enonnntered on the Lone Star, on  the east side of Sophie mountain, which  assays 852.60 in gold and 10 percent,  copper to the ton.  The Montezuma mine in the Sloean is'  running abont 75 tons per day through  its new mill. The lower tnnnel is Hearing the ledge whioh will be encountered  at a depth of 400 feet.  The Rossland Miner interviewed the  metallurgists of the camp on tbe alleged  discovery ot Dr. Eramens in transmuting  silver inio gold. Tbe prevailing opinion  expressed was tbat it was possible but  not probable. C. C. Woodhonse unhesitatingly pronounced Dr. Emmens a  "quack and humbug."  It is stated at Vancouver that MacKenzie & Mann the contractors for the Teslin  Lake railway have offered Prof. Carlyle  825,000 per year to go with them to select their mining lands, but that though  he signed no agreement with the British Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday,  Feb.  19,  1898.  A88E88MBKT OF WEST KOOTEHAY.  *e4l������trttHMI������M Ik *a������������*������ar.  Am 4l������������n������������ Rtrrtr.  The moat recently oompiled directory Tbe steamer Clara Nevada of Seattle!  of tbe provinoe of British Columbia wbiob left Skagway on Feb. 5tb fol  shows a white population of 117,360 of Juneau was burned in Lynn canal and  wbiob 78.500 are credited to the mainland ���������������>���������������*������������������ ��������������� wppoaed t������ be l<*t. Tb4  and 38,600 to Vancouver Island. This is day tbat the ateamer should bave reaebl  an increase of 100 per cent in four years. ������* J������ne*������, fire was seen and an explosl  Vanoouver Island with abont one fourth wu was beard on the canal and the opiul  4Messar Keen Um������l*ttW Annual *���������������������  men! ef Me District.  Assessor Keen of Kaslo has recently  completed tbe assessment of tbe real and  pertonal property iu the Nelson district.  The distriot extends west to Rossland    ----- - -- ,  .    . ������������������������������. ��������������������������� ���������,������������������  and nortbon the Arrow lakes to a point of the total population of the proving >on wgeneraMhat tbe ftamss were ������00  near Nakusp. has fourteen ont of the thirty-tbree mem- *������������e burning Nevada.   Whether the fort  Tbefigures as given by tbe Kootenaian ben. of the Legislature.                            *"T*T 7b,������b '"'l*?8**^ ?     J  make a very creditable showing and are In an article commenting on the nbove waohed land or perwbedjs not know*  a oonsiderablejncrease over those of Isst figures the Rossland Miner suggests tbat ������w* ������������������������ a terrible wind and snow storn  year and are as follows: West Kootenay be divided ns followa:      ������������" "Wnng at the time it is feared tba^  Total  value   of  real  property Tbe Trail Creek electoral district to both passengers and crew are lost.  pei^SSSrpw^rtv:::::::::::::::: ���������'���������SftM consist of me towns ot Rowland ������nd ....    _  Incomes aisened             W.I78.W Trail and what is known as tne Trail win- ������.. r.H. nesw i*u������������������������ii..  Totalassesgmeot....  |2,<H8.M������,30 iog division. Tbe new joow, built by Blliott & Ha'(  ^B Taxes thereon..... 128.19631 g   ^^ 4,^^^ to j|lolq(|e of Nelson for the Canadian pacific Rai]  ������ew ������e������ve,������.������i|M,.o wbatisnow known as tbe Nelaon and way company wa, launched on Wed,������  atw weaver weeeipt*. minim, diviaions. clay and will go into oomrawsion at obca  Two    thousand,  five    hundred   and W "ver mming div.su.ns. Tbe scow is one of the latest on tbl  twentv-aix free miners' licenses   were     ������   Kaslo dectoral dwtnct, l������ inolnde j,,!^ w8ter8 of Canada, being 200 feti  issued ont of tbe recording office at New tbe city of Kaslo, tbe towuaof Ainawortb ^ by gg feet wida an(j J8 capable  1 Pilot Bay and what w known aa tbe m���������ri^g inon ^-.   n���������  .������ ������'���������  .1  ^I>enver^inA89I,AaysJHbeJLtdge^jjytJ85  each this would make tbe amount collected for licenses alone 812,000. The  number of locations recorded was 1,482  at #2.60 esob. Certificates of assortment  work were issued on 1,170 claims at 82.60.  These three items alone  bring the re-  and Pilot Bay  Ainswortb mining diwSionT^""  4  Tb* Sloean electoral district  to include what is known as tbe Sloean mining division.  5  Tbe Revelatoke electoral district to  .1000  tons.   On   it are;tbr  tracks, each of wbiob will aoopmm������>dat|  five freight cars.   A new dock will  built at onoe beside the present 15. P.  wharf for tbe accommodation of the nejj  aoow.  include what is known as tbe Revelatoke,  ceipts of the offloe up to nearly 820,000 lUecillewait and Trout Lake electoral  for the year. divisions.  Tm4 Jtonniel* rmjtertir *������til.  Another   Toad   Mountain    propert  Acantrest.     . Tbe above division would give West cjw������ed hands *bis  week  when Jam  Paring the early part of the week,_ tbe Kootenay five members instead of two as M������C"������������b of Nelson sold a three quarter,  _.������.-_������ , .        at present.  snow almost entirely disappeared from  the streets of Nelsou and wheels were  substituted for runners on drays, delivery rigs.etc. In Rossland at the same  time a force of men were engaged for  several days in leveling the uusightly  snowbanks which bad accumulated on  the principal streets in order to give tbe  streets a neat appearance tor the carnival.  t'sas4len Nlatag laslltnle.  Tbe Syllabus of the proceedings of tbe Moore and  second Interprovincial conference of  mining engineers and mine manager* to  be beld in Montreal on March 2,8 and  4, has been received.   All persona inter-  interest iu the Daylight, Atlantic, Wood!  stock, Calgary aud Balmoral claims, lol  oated about one mile from the Silveif  King mine to Peter Meegan, Edward Jl  Edward W.  Cleversley o(  Hamilton, Oat.   The price is not stated.!  Tbe Nellie LM4.  The Great Western Co., Limited, have  acquired tbe Nettie L. claim on tbe Pool!  resources of tbe Dominion are cordially group, one and one halt miles from Fer-  invited to be piesent and tRk������ part in the guaon.   The claim has a good showing  proceedings.     Everyone  attending will of galena and carbonates, rich in botbl  Active development I  be returned free of charge on obtaining work will be started as soon as the season |  convention certificates from their ticket opens,  agent.   The programme makes provision  - ��������� ������������������      x  ested in the development of the mineral  The Cf.*. aa<l Helaie-  The Montreal Star of the 15th inst. announces that the C.P.R. deal with F.  Aug. Heinae for the transfer of his rail- be carried"*) Montreal at single fare and goWand rtFver'  way and smelting interests in British '  Columbia has been finally settled, and  that the C.P.R. is now in a position to  carry out its pledge to tbe people of tbe  Trail Creek mining division. Ii is understood that the CP.R will make a smelter rate of 87.00 and a freight rate of 50  cents or 87.90 in all for the treatment at  ihe Trail smelter ot the ores from tbe  Rossland mines.  for the discussion of papers on mining  in all its different phases. Mr. B. A.  Hedley of Nelson, will contribute a paper  on "Tbe Possibilities of Bmelting in  British Columbia," and Mr. Holdich a  ���������aa*4s'* law Mafcer*.  The Dominion Parliament, the British 1  Columbia and New  Brunswick legisla- \  tares are in session.     The provincial  general election campaign in Ontario is  paper on "Odd Notes on  Mining and in progress and polling day is fixed for  Smelting." March 1.

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