BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Miner Apr 20, 1895

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xminer-1.0182929.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xminer-1.0182929.json
JSON-LD: xminer-1.0182929-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xminer-1.0182929-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xminer-1.0182929-rdf.json
Turtle: xminer-1.0182929-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xminer-1.0182929-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xminer-1.0182929-source.json
Full Text
xminer-1.0182929-fulltext.txt
Citation
xminer-1.0182929.ris

Full Text

 THE MINES IN KOOTENAY AEE  AMONG THE HIGHEST IN  AMEKIOA.  THE OlES ABE HIGH-GfiADE.IN  GOLD, SILVER, COPPEfi  AND LEAD.  Whole Number 244.  Nelson,  British Colunibia,  Saturday, April  20,   189;  Price Five Cents.  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NEW youK.  April      13:.n     l;Hli.; l(!tli     17th     18th     19th  Sii.vi-k   *������7.      '���������(���������"''  ' (371       Ii7j"   '   Ii7        M'A  L_AU        ��������� ���������        ���������        ���������      3.(1".        ���������  OIIK SHIPMENTS.  April 9, Hull Mines to JlutUo   ���������*���������* 13. niiril'ii.clloH to I'verett...".:  "Mar. Iii, Last (Jliiiiiec to Tiiconia...  April ,">, Noble Five to Omalia   "    8, Hneecaii to Taeoina   "    8, Noble Five to Tacoma   . "    g, Yakima to Omaha   "    8, Noble Five to Omaha    m "    8,*i'eadiimn ���������"'  m '.'...'.2,'Aliiino,r:  ^ ti't-lT-;Alpha ���������'-' -���������        ."--        ������������������" '��������� fr.'JlucceAir-'        ..!' .      ''. *'��������� jT.'Huii--:. .-,'���������   . '.;: "   Mar. 2;L: Le Hoi to Tacoma   "  S3,-Le Roi "          April Tti'ljo Roi "  Total shipments since June, 1891:  Nelson .-.':':.'..-'....- .��������� -.,   Trait Creek (gold ore) :���������..':.   Ainsworth*.- -���������'���������'.:.. / ���������'���������;   Slocan via Kaslo-..'..-.'.'.'  ..-..  Slocan via Nakusp..;;..'   Ex. Blue Bell.. :.,'.<.',':         TONS.  ..    *_������ .  .. '12  ..    20  ..  .'to-  .. 50  .. 20-  .. 20-  .. 20-  .. 20i  .. 20  .. - 15  .. "15  .. 15  .. 10'  .. 12  .. 15  320'  TONS  0'J7  !,'.������������  701'  874.  4,757  0,914  ���������'BULLION SHU'MKNTS.  From Pilot-Buy to Aurora, III.  Already reported   April tilli to lltb inclusive.  Total .'.......-...  18,240  TONS.  .   481  .   120  601  JLLNING TKANSKEKS.  :;  . NELSON.  . April 8,���������Silver Bloom,���������Sam Roy to C. A*an  Ness, ' interest, $1/  AprilD,���������White Swan,���������Frank Nelson to J.  P. Swcdl-crg, A interest, $1.  April 11,���������Golden KukIc���������Michael Kealey  to John Johnson; ii interest, 81.  April 13,���������Evening Star }, Happy Jack '|, War  Kaijte 1, JolinA. Turner to James A. Love,  $500.   ,  April 13,���������Grand Prize,���������C. *\I. Townsend to  A. fj. Kelly, ' interest, $1.  I103SLAMD.'���������'    -. -.  Airtl.-i'o;���������Mountain ' Gem,���������C. IV Itobbins to  J. MoPluir-on..l-9.ialcrcst, 375.  Aprino,���������Mountain,���������D. Clark to J. "McPherson, 1-9 interest. $75. '.----������������������  . April -10.���������Florence,���������D.'Stussi to M. Sullivan,  J interest, 81   ��������� ��������� ApriMO,���������Florence,���������D. Stussi to W. Dunn,  . imcrest, SI. , ���������  April 11.���������Tuesday '���������, Firefly J, whole Monday  ��������� and.': Wednesday.���������11.   P.  Toronto  to  A.   M.  ' Le'ituh, N. Melven.ie, II. McLean and A. Blackwood, ������10,000.  April Jl,���������North Star,.���������Felix Uuel and Joe  ���������Mienaud to J. Stack ami B. Hoonc,  '  interest,  *���������������  April 11,���������Countess,���������W. G. Merry went her to  J. Dcrinucr 50and to T. Derintzer ', Sl.000.  April 12,���������Garrison,���������1). B. Hogte to \\\ Kns-  low & Co., whole interest, ������1.  April 1.,���������Columbia,���������D . S. "VVegg to G.  K.  MiMgan, J itite'rct-t, ?4,000.   '  .   AprillS,-���������Columbia,���������W. Marshall to G. J*.  Milligan,. interest, 31.  April 13,���������Columbia,���������G. Milligan.to R. Me-  Kiiiney, whole interest, 88,000.    *"  ��������� Ajiril   10,���������Uoiiimander,--VV.  Lynch   to   I>.  O'Xeil, 1 interest, $1.  April 12,���������I'dna ��������� L>. . O'Neil to \V. Lynch, '  ��������� interest; $1.  MKW   LOCATIONS.  N������LSON.  ��������� A]>ril 11,���������Deleware,���������Hugh Mcllae,   Forty-  ' nine Creek.  "'April 13,���������Barnnby,-;C. M- Gething'. 4 miles  S. o������ Hall Creek. ���������  ���������   .  . .April 13,���������Cincinnati,���������E. S. Kennedy, N. E.  extension of Uariiaby.  April H.���������Western,���������VV. Springer, K. ext.cn-  tension of Cincinnati.  " April 10,���������Free"Coinage,���������J."A. Gibson, 1,000  feet S. of Lizzie C. on K. fork of Cottonwood  Creek.  April 10,���������Margaret,���������Frank Fletcher, S. side  of Kootenay Kiver, 3 miles S. VV. cot' Bird  Croek.  April 10,���������1). Shcclian,���������D. Shcohan, N. Fork  Salmon Kiver.  Ai,ril 18,���������Mascot,���������A. II. Kelly, 4 miles S. of  Nelson on Toad Mt. wagon road.  .'A*.'ffl '18,���������Montreal,���������ChaS. Dundee, Salmon  ���������RK-ei-, 7 miles from mouth.  '   April 18,���������Quebec,���������Chas. Dundee, W. extension of Montreal.  April. 18,'���������Paymaster,���������Frank   Fletcher,   S.  -'-'side-of-louiabr Creek"-. inilesSrof Nelson;-^  ..Aj'rfl  'io;-  10,-  10,-  19,-  10.-  10,-  11,-  11,-  12,-  12,-  12,-  12,-  12,-  IV  13,-  13,-  13,-  13.-  13,-  1������.-  10.-  18,-  lli,-  ...      ". KOSSLANl).  'Juneau,'���������S. B. Shaw.  -Killarney,���������F. Edwards.  -Unson,���������ilike Morris*.  -Grand Pri-C���������1). F: O'Brien.  -Columbus,���������Joe Ward. ' ,  -Black Jack,���������D. Blakeney.  -Granite 2,���������F. J. Sullivan.  TDixie,���������Sam Hayes & Co.  -iHarlford,-K. U.I-oiter.  -Leinster Light,���������J. B. McArthur.  -Kandolph,���������J. lt. Jones.  -Republic,���������E. Kamuieluieycr and C.  II. Cluettc.  -Iron Horse Fraction,���������W. II. Young.  -Commander,���������W. Lynch.  -Captain 3,���������W. Lynch.  -F.dna.-D. O'Neil. "  -E. V. Debbs,���������Wm. Murphy.  -Boyoc,���������John Ryan.  -Sunday No. 2,���������H. Dilley.  -Stallbrd,���������W. E. Har.irund J.Cromie.  -Don,���������T. Clarke.  -Putman.���������O. Geldness.  -New   World,���������W.    Lynch    and   T.  O'FniTolI.  NEWS OF THE CAMPS.  THE   SliiVI'l.   KING-   TRAMWAY.  'I'm II Creek Resumes -liinm.iit of Ore.���������Trout  Luke Opening up.���������Forty-nine Creek  Starts in.  NELSON.  The Hall Mines lire calling for tenders for their tnunway. Profile plans  have. Ix'tMi sent to thu several tirms  who mnku ft spocinlity of theso att'airs  unci.with certain limitations all details  are left to them. The work is required to be. done very speedily and is an  evidence that the" company means to  go ahead.  The next thing for (lie Flail Mines to  consider is the building of a smelter  and we shall not be surprised if next  winter sees one ready for work. We  understand that; Mr. Croasdaile has  received a favourable reply from the  Premier to his request for a grant of  land.  About 70 men are employed now. at  the mine and small shipments of ore  are being made.  .At Forty-nine Creek one monitor is  at work. The pipes have arrived for  the other and are being rapidly put  into position. The recent rains and  mild weather have caused the Creek  to rise giving plenty of water for both  nozzles.  Prospectors are getting out on both  sides of thu Kootenay River below  the town attracted by the known  auriferous character of the country. ,.  KOSSLAND.  - . MINING  NOTES.  (From our exchanges.) ���������  Mr. Brophy of Nevada, superintendent of the Van Winkle mine has ...iii-n-  et*-'to Lytton. He lias begun withalew  . men to get the mine ready to work as  soon as the water rises.      -   .-.    ,_  The Scow of the Fraser River Dredging Co., which is aground on the  bar  _   at the mouth of the Thompson is nearly afloat. The Fraser having risen three  : feet in the past week.  ��������� *���������  '  The'Finch. Mining Co. is at work  "dredging on Mormon Bar. ;  .-���������'.'-��������� I...is reported, that   Chicago   capi-'  talists. have acquired the Revelstoke  ���������"-.: si-ieUer' find" will..start  It to ���������- work  presently.  ���������-;   The McCulloch Creek Tunnel company, Big Beiid. have drifted 225 feet.  Tne/coinpanvmay-reopen the old Fort  ,V:'"Y_rle shaft of 18CC, which is 2,(XK1 feet  further .up. 1 he. stream.. On the Con-*  solation from $-00 to $.00 is taken out  ' weekly.." The. Little. Falls,  company  - :^:hav_'sunk on  the lower end of the  .-,;...., claim-.;���������'.'   ������������������������������������������������������  ���������-���������'.-'.���������;������������������������������������ ' -���������-���������'    '." ;  ' "The Ivpo.enay .-foil advocates   tbe  building of a 50-ton steamer to rim on  ...   the C6l_iii1iia river above Death rapids,  .and the':tbnstru_lioh of. a" wagon road  from Death rapids't6' Gtild Stream.  The .Finch Mining Co., .who are ���������  claimed to be- really:the first to de-i  liionstrate the practiVability'of dredger i  mining, from March 21 ��������� to 29 cleaned !  ''"''���������,. up -Oi ounces of gold, valued at Jj>009. .  . ...The "government- tax ��������� and. expenses .  were $117, leaving net' profit of $732 !  Xor the seven days. !  dians' troubles and examined a great  many people. He went down -on  Saturday's boat. ,.. The three special  constables also weiit down with .their  prisoner Nicola. Mr. W. P; Sloan was  appointed constable for Ihe valley before the Captain went down, and it is  hoped he may be able to maintain  order.  The Dyking Company have brought  in four Clydesdale mares (in foal lo  (he celebrated McAllister, a Clydesdale  well known in the Northwest)and two  gt'ldings for use on their farm which  I hey are establishing in the valley.  The farm is in charge of Mr. Henderson  who. with his wife, came out from, the  Northwest. :  Tlie War Eagle recommenced shipping ore on the 9th inst. The number  of wagons attached to the mine .being  insutlicient for the amount of ore produced several more have been sent for  and are expected to arrive (his week.'  The working force has been considerably increased. The contract in No:  1 tunnel having expired the work is  now being continued by the company.  OJeorge Lodge has been appointed foreman of the night shift.  Thel. X. L. looks better than ever.  John Y. Cole has several men at work  building cabins for Lhe miners, the present accommodation being inadequate.  Between -0 and 40 tons of concentrates  are awaiting shipments.  Work has bet-n resumed on (he Pilgrim and Mouit-i ground.  A good'body of fine looking ore has  been st ruck on the Eldorado.   The ore  assay's $11.50.  The shaft on the Maid of Erin is now  neatly. _0 feet deep. The ore assays  $16. H " .  Two 50 foot shafts will be sunk on  the Great "Western. Work has been  temporarily suspended in shaft 2 on  account of the inllow of surface water.  The St. Patrick, Mt. Hood and Only  One have been bonded for .���������ji-O.OOO to  W. W. McCulley of Spokane.  A new 100 horse power boiler and a  hoist of the capacity of 100 tons a day-  have been ordered for the Le Roi.  About 1,200 tons of ore are now lyingon  the dump awaiting shipment. Anew  vertical triplet-compartment shaft wili  shortly be started on the Le Roi.  The Monte Cristo, Enterprise and  Iron Horse have been bonded to Messrs.  Porter Bros, and Welch. The price is  $05,000. Work will soon be'commenced  on the Iron Horse aiid Enterprise.  .._-Uiid.er_J he._hame__of__t be_Northpoi't^  and Rossland Stage Co. Messrs. Sears  and Sons have established a new stage  line to run' between Rossland and  Northport in opposition to-the Red  Mountain Stage Line.  Thirty men are now. employed on  the grade of the Red Mountain Ry.  Co.'s line. The terminus will probably  be on the Nickel Plate bench.  It is asserted on good authority that  a matting plant will presently be  erected at Rossland.  -Mr. Win. Noyes of Butte is in town.  Dr. Hermann A. Keller has removed  from the Clifton' House and is now  installed in his new residence on Co-,  lumbia Avenue.  Six hundred dollars was refused last  week for half of a thirty foot lot on  Columbia Avenue. -  Mr. John Watson has opened up a  first.-class restaurant in  the Stack Si,  McDonald building.  o  Messieurs Patsey Clark, Sam Silverman, Jerome Di-iiiuhullei-, George E.  Crane, Austin Corbin, Jr., Isaac Newton Campbell, J. M. Burke, Jas.  Groniiv'G. P: Minis, 0. L. Arnold,  Chas. Sweeny and Capt. Thompson are  in town.  A gang of men are now busily employed in corduroying the Trail Creek  road. -The road will probably be open  for heavy freight in about ten days."  It is reported that the War Eagle  mine may soon change owners. No  particulars can be given for publication.  Hislop's Mining Map of Trail Creek  is now. ready for publication and will'  be issued next Monday. It ib the only  authentic and correct map of the camp  and gives (he claims to scale together  with the date of record. The map will  be published by Gilbert Ranken of  Rossland. who will superintend its  correction from time to time a. occasion may require.  TROUT LAKE.   . '  Some eight or ten companies vwill  work their quartz claims in the Trout  Lake country during the coming s'uni-  mer. The owners of the Black Prince  are expected iu as soon as the arm  opens. The owners "of the No. 25 .and  Badshot are camped on the arm{ on  their way to their mines. M. Bealon  has his men at the head of the. .arm  ready to commence work on the "Richo  group as soon as they can get up to  the claims. Ore from Trout Lake  City will be ready for shipment, as  soon as the wagon road is completed,  which we hope" will not be later than  the middle of July.  Chas. Taylor, who has been looking  after his mining interests at Trout  Lake during Ihe last few days, and J.  O. Piper, arrived al Thompson's Landing on their way to Revelstoke to-day.  Mr. Piper is rather reticent with regard to what his business is on the  main line,    o  Considerable quantities of gold are  being taken out by the placer miners  up Lardeau Creek. The snow will be  off the wagon road between Thompson's and Trout Lake by the 20th inst.���������  Kootenay Mail.  GOAT lUVI'Tt DISTRICT MINES.  LOCAL   NEWS.  Messrs. Marpole, Ducliesnay and Wilson arrived iu town by the Ainsworth  jesteiday.  Nelson bus seldom been so full of  visitors, as a reference to, our hotel lists  will show."  AVe are glad to hear that the men employed at tbe Silver King mine have resumed their contributions to the Nelson  Hospital.  Having got, a prisoner at last'some of  our sadly needed Htreet repairs are being  attended to. An eye witness says that  Constable Miles who is ou guard, does  as much work if not more thau "the  gang."  The services in the Euglish Church ou  Sunday last were very well attended, particularly the lull choral service in the  evening, at which the authem, "Praise  Ye The Lord," was well rendered. The  church was prettily decorated.'  By the train from Robson last. evening  Messrs. Miedell and Ublestad came in.  They are a delegation of Norwegian farmers who have come to inspect the laud  of the Kooteuay Reclamation" Company  with a view of establishing "a colony of  their fellow couutryuien there.  We have just received a Dew price  list from James McMillan k Co., Inc.,  200-212 First Ave. North, Minneapolis,  Minn., the largest hide aud fur dealers  in the Northwest, and it can be referred  to at this office at auy time. Their advertisement appears regularly in The  Miner.  Mr.- Munn president of the Kaslo  Slocan railway was in town on Wed-  nesday-and -left���������in- the- evening���������for-  Kaslo. He expects the contractors  for the line in via Bonner's Ferry next-  to-day when the work will be pushed forward at once.  Our,correspondent at the Kootenay  River is sending us a very interesting  account of the Goal River claims, of  which we have only room to publish  a portion each week. The district is  likely to assume considerable prominence before long.  Capt. Fitzstubbs returned from the  Kootenay Meadows on Saturday last  bringing with him an. Indian named  Nichola who was committed for 30 dtiys  for disturbing the peace. He is reported  to have been highly delighted at the  prospect of a months sojourn iu Nelson  and to have exclaimed when told he was  to come ."All right, hyu mamook hyu  muck a niuck."  The long expected performance of  the Nelson Philharmonic Society is to  (���������(une off on.Thursday next in the Fire-  hall. Tiie piece chosen, St. John's  I've, is a very good example of the  tuneful compositions by F. H. Coweu.  The music is somewhat dillicult, hut  eiTective and brilliant. The solos will  be rendered by Mesdauies. Troup  (soprano) and Goepel (contralto) and  by Messrs. Robson (tenor) and Perks  (bass.) -The chorus consists of 20  voices.  BASEBALL.  - A match is arranged to take place this  afternoon between two teams chosen by-  George Bigelow and li. E. Lemon.  Bigelov's Team.���������E. V. Browne, Jas.  Neelands, J. A. Martin, McKiuley, Rus-  sel, Allan, ;tfealey, Muir, V. Turner.  Lemon's" Team.��������� E. Smith, J. Campbell, C. Wright, J. Phair, F. Farley, W.  McMorrr-yStuckey, J- Tolmire, D. Weir.  The Nelson Band will perform a selection of music during the afternoon.  Towards Duck Creek , come the  President group of mine, which com-  uise President, Lizard, Badger. Selkirk and Old Abi?. The President is  in a porphyry formation and the ore  !.- very rich, the average assay being  about 110 oz. silver, 30% coppei and  o22 gold. Considerable work litis been  ���������loneon this property, a .unnel 25 feet  long and other cutting having been  done. The cost of work would be in  i hejueighbourhood of 83,000.  The Lizard is galena in slate, forma-  t ion with a six foot, ledge of ore, assaying 05 oz. in silverand ("5 per cent. lead.  About $1,000 worth of work has been  done on this property.  The Badger has a large ledge, the ore  from  which assays 75 ozs.  silver,  _'J  per cent, lead and $7 in gold per ton.  | The work done amounts to about. $500.  |    The Selkirk assays 70 ozs. silver, 04  j per cent, lead and $3 gold  per ton.   It  I is in a lime formation and  work has  1 been done to the extent of $1,C.D in  tunneling.  The above aie owned by a Minneapolis syndicate, managed at this end  by Mr. Wigen.  The Annie Rooney is the north extension of the President and has a  good sized ledge of ore similar to that  of the main vein. Owned by S. Billings and John Fritsch.  The Cleveland, the south extension  of the President, has a well defined  vein of high grade ore and assays high.  Considerable work has been done and  the ledge keeps improving. It is owned by VV. Barrett, T. McLean and E.  Chape.  The Mascot, adjoining above, is in  slate and ha3 a good sized lead. The  owners are at present working on it  and we expect to hear any time that  they have struck it rich,  The Wisconsin has a deep shaft sunk  on the ledge, representing about $600  worth of labor, and the character of  the ore is similar to that of the President.��������� To be continued.  VI8I.0KS AT NELSON PURINtr THE AVEEK.  Madi>en Hodse���������A. Climax, Kettle  Falls; M. Johnson. Pilot'Bay; Phil. As-  piuwall, Kaslo; Felix Hughes, Slocan;  J. C. S'-atou, Kaslo; J. J. Hennessey,  Three Forks; S. Cunningham, Three  Forks; W. Sparks, Three Forks; W. P.  Adams, Perth, Ont.; J. Mackla. Perth,  Ont.;R Cordich, Perth Ont.; J. McNeil,  Nakusp; R.Lorah, Three Forks; John  Ueuelle, Nakusp; Walter C. Adams,  Montreal; Chas. Dundee, Rossland; VV.  Huuter, New Denver; S. J. Humphreys,  New Denver; H. A. Wagaer,' Pilot Bay;  W. Perdue, Rossland.  Nelson Hodse.���������Frank Lenshaw, Fred  A. Bucholtz, Rossland; John Fitzgerald,  Spokane; A. L. McLaine, C Chambers,  W. Mauham, O. G.Denuis, Richard .Shea,  Kaslo; J. J. Monaghan, Spokane; A. B.  Irwin, Rossland; J. McGregor, Victoria;  li. B. Kerr, New Denver; C. Northridge,  Rat Portage; L. J.- Humphreys, Three  Forks; W. Springer, New Denver; J. 1_.  Brouse, Vancouver; W. Ediams, Kaslo;  A. J. Wigeu, Duck Creek; J. M. Harris,  Spokane; C. W. Busk, Balfour; John G.  Sullivan, Anaconda; A. B. Wilse, Seattle;  Oscar England. Newport; J". H. E. Nan-  carrow, Seattle, S. Shaw, Rosslaud; B. F.  Budd, Northport; J. II. Whittaker, J. H.  Wren, Spokane; C. C. Kurtz, Balfour;  Hugh Maun, Three Forks; Jefferson  Lewis, Rossland; John King, O. Geldness,  Rossland; Geo. Lomer, Pilot Bay; John  L. Retallack, Kaslo.  Phaib Hotel.���������L. Shaw, Ainsworth;  G. W. Hughes,. E. J. Mathews. Karl  NeitzeljJCaslo; H. J. Scott, Victoria;. C.  .. Atkins, Kaslo; A7B. Irwin, Rossland,  E. Kelly, Vernon; W. VValley, Winnipeg;  W. M. McKeracher, F. Anderson, Montreal ; J. A. Thomson, Victoria: S.' P. Tuck,"  C. W. McAnn, Kaslo; A. E. Humphreys,  Duhith; S. V. Parkerst, Denver. E. L.  Gates"! Portland; W. S. Spinks, Vernon;  Mrs. Stewart, Rosslaud; R. L. Costiu,  Keremeos; A. A. Black, Kenton; Miss  Horton, Salt Lake City; T. J. Lendrum,  Ainsworth; James Breeu, Butte; V. D.  Williamson, W. G. Clarke, Rosslaud; T.  J. Roadley, Kaslo; J. B. McArthur, Rossland; J. E. D. Elliott, Winnepeg; W. J.  Scott, Three Forks; John Keen, Chas.  Turnbull, Kaslo; R. Marpole, Winnipeg;  E. Ducliesnay, J. Wilson, Vancouver; D.  F. Strobeck and wife, Ainsworth; A. Barclay Miedell, B, Ublestad, Hardanger,  Norway.   - ������  SiLVEtt King Hotel.���������Joseph Bean,  W. George, Vernon; Frank Videen, Forty-  nine Creek.  Tuemont HoTEii.���������J. E.' Ilamfen,  Spokane; Gus Wussholm, Rossltmd; W.  Broadfoot; Spokane; C. B. Dreuman,  Chicago; W.Moore, Toad Mountain.  THE COUNTY COURT.  NEWS OF THE PROVINCE.  THE  SEALERS'   COMPENSATION.  A Cattle Murkct for Kuinloops.���������Governm-iit  Agent at Kevelstoke.���������Fatal Accident  Near New WefitiiiiiiiHter.  A telegraph line is being built from  Nanaimo to Alberni.  A carload of frozen salmon left New  Westminister last week for New York.  There is a talk of establishing a Dominion sanitarium for consumptives at  Kamloops.  Mr. H. Bostock has been elected  President of the Kamloops Agricultural Association.  Nanaimo expects to have new  government buildings and a new school  house this year.  An investigation into the charges  against Sergeant Haywood of Vancouver has proved that the charges are  groundless.  The dispute about the Revelstoke  townsite has now been settled. Mr. A.  S. Farwell's title, which he obtained  many years ago, has been confirmed.  Two Indian women and a boy' were  killed by the fall of a tree blown down  during a severe thunder storm near New  Westmicster last wehk.  The cold storage works at Vancouver,  B. C, has begun manufacturing ice for  business purposes, and a large lot of Australian fruit has just been stored iu its  refrigerators.  An endeavour is being made to start  a cattle market at Kamloops. Buyers  from all over the province would probably find this a great convenience as  Kamloops is fairly central and it  should be a success.  The reinstatement of James" Fitzsimmons as deputy warden of the New  Westminster penitentiary has caused  much adverse comment. The Liberal-  Conservative Association of New  Westminster has passed a resolution  condemning the action.  Mr. J. D. Graham has received his  appointment as Government Agent for  the Revelstoke Division of the electoral district of West Kootenay in the  stead of J. Kirkup who has been transferred to Rossland, the appointment to  date from March 1st- 189.).  The British Columbia Board of Trade  has memorialised theDominiongovern-  inent to advance the $425,0(!3 to pay  the sealers' compensation claims, pending the settlement with the United  States, aud will also urge the construction of a telegraphic cable to conuect  with the telegraph system of Washington State.  NEWS OF THE WORLD.  GOAT KIVER..  The Indians are now quiet,  having  apparently come to the conclusion that j  it is unwise to oppose the law.   One of i  those concerned in the recent trouble,  was   tried  before Captain  Fitzstubbs!  and'sentenced   to   'SHI days  im prison-'  meut.    It  is expected   that   when   he  returns to the reservation he  will   not  care to   ride   the  "War   Eagle"   any  more.  II     . .     ���������  Captain   Fitzstubbs  while   up here  was kepi busy enuuhiiig iuto the Iu-  * CANADIAN NEWS.  The total subscriptions to, the Sir John  Thompson memorial fund to date amount  to S35.070.  The report of the Indian Department  places the total Indian population at  100.500.     "  The Weston Woollen Manufacturing  Co. of Weston, Out., have assigned with  liabilities at 3240,000.  The Graud Trunk workshops.at London, Ont., are to be closed at the begin-  ntng of next month. About 150 men will  be thrown out of work-  At the sitting of the County Court just  held two cases only were of public  interest. , '������������������ ���������   ���������  Wren "v. Springer was a claim for a  specific  performance   of   an  agreement.  The plain til. claimed that Lewis,  acting  as  agent   for Springer, had authorised  him iu December last to sell  the. No. 1  claim at Trail Creek for Sl.000 or over.  He made such sale in the February following, but it was repudiated by the defendant, Springer, on the grounds, lirst,  that Lewis was not his agent .ind secondly, that the offer, if made, was uot intended to last for two months or more.  For the  plaintiff,  Mr. J. II. Bowes-and  Mr. J. B. McArthur.   For the defendant; j  Mr. R. B. Kerr.    His Honour gave ,a ver-j  diet for the plaintiff,  which  will be ap-!  pealed against.   The value' of the claim ;  was very materially advanced by a variety j  of eircumstances between December 1S9-1'  aud February 1S95.  Strobeck v. Retallack!   Mr. J. B. McArthur for plaintiff, Mr. J. II. Bowes for .  defendant.   This was a case of the great- i  est importance in this distiict as it turns ,  on the date when the lease of a claim expires.     The   Early Bird claim was  re- ,  corded on the Sfh of May aud the assessment work was recorded on the 8th of  May following.    Plaintiff claimed that  the lease expired at midnight on the 7th.  His Honour reserved judgment ;  A SPOKANE ROMANCE.  Spokane,���������Tbe janitor of the Sherwood Building weut to room 29 to awaken Frank R. Dow, a young man twenty-  four years of age, Tho had roomed at  that place for two years. There was no  response and the janitor forced the door.  A ghastly sight met his eyes. There  stretched on the floor was the lifeless  body of the young man. He was half  resting on his left side, the entire top of  his head blown away. By his side was a  Marlin rifle, which was the weapon the  young man had used to kill bimseif.  There were no letters left to tell why-  he had chosen to leave life behind, but  ou-his-arm-was"ii-woman's_garte"r'-'"!iird"7o"u"  the buckle plate was engraved the name  ''Nora" and thereby hangs a story.  Dow was the son of A. It. Dow, a re  tired capitalist of Clarmout, N. H., and a  nephew of Mrs. A. M. Cannon, formerly  of San Francisco... AVhen he first came  here he moved in the best society, but  for the past year he hud beeu the 'lender  of a fast set. Two months ago he met  Nora Marsh, au actress who is playing  an engagement in this city, and who is  the wife, of Silas Robinson, an actor.  For her he conceived the wildest infatuation, aud three times he sought to take  his life because ot her.' The couple went  to the Auditorium last night, after the  play, on the way home, he proposed marriage aud was rejected. He then left her  and going to his room he ended his existence.  Miss Marsh, when informed of Dow's  act, broke down aud cried that she was  surly fated. Harry Ripley .committed  suicide last- September for love of the  same woman.  After several years spent in cleverly  evading the clutches of British.. law,  Jabez Spencer Balfour has at last beeu  arrested and is now ou his way to England ou the s. s. Tartar Prince. '  The Volcano Ruapehu in New Zealand  has brokeu out into violent eruption.' It  has uot been active before within historical times. Its summit, over 9000 feet  high was occupied by a vast crater  always full of warm water. ' There" is  little or no settlement within 50 miles of  the mountain.  Mr. William C. Gully, Q". C. Liberal  M. P. for Carlisle has been. elected  Speaker of the House of Commons defeating Sir Mathew Ridlev the conservative candidate. Mr. Gully who thus  becomes the Fir3t Commoner of England  is the son of Dr. Gully of the "Bravo"  murder case fame aud is a grandson we  believe of a celebrated prize fighter. In  politics he is a liberal and a supporter of  Mr; Gladstone's Irish policy. The Par-  nellite members voted with the conservatives.  A JOURNEY DUE NORTH.  If Casper W. Whitney's mission does  not fail of its purpose much more will  be known of the wilds of British North  America, its big game and its human  denizens, a year from now than has yet  been told, says the New York World.  Whitney has started from New York on  his hazardous tour of exploration, aud is  today well on his way ��������� toward the Canadian northwestern frontier, where he  will get together the outfit' necessary for  the extensive trip he is about to undertake. He expects to reach Edmonton,  the northermost poiut touched by the  Cauadiau Pacific railroad, and the terminus of a spur some 200 miles north of  the main line, ou Monday. Within a  few days after that he will have started  northward on his journey through the  great unknown territory of the British  northwest.  From Edmonton Whitney expects to  travel due north about 900 miles, crossing  Lake Athabasca aud Great Slave lake.  Unless uulooked for impediments alter  his plans he will continue ou north,  skirting along just east of parallel, with  the Rocky mountains, mauy miles beyond the Arctic, circle, until he gets  almost, as far north as Coronation gull.  There the line of march will swerve off  to the east and the young explorer will  skirt'the northern coast of the continent,  finally comiug home again dowu the  we.'lutly shore of the Hudson's Bay, and  reaching civilization ��������� again at Lake  Winnipeg. This is the route laid.out,  but the couutry is almost unknown to  white meu, and it may have to be altered  materially by conditions of which he  knows nothing yet.  CHINA AND JAPAN.  STEVENSON'S L'M'L'lllJSIIEl) WKITIM'S.  San Francisco,���������Charles Baxter, whom  Robert Louis Stevenson named executor  of his will, arrived in this city from the*  Samoau islands. He has with him the  manuscripts of Stevenson's last works,  which he is taking to England fur publication. Of the, uupublished work "left  by Mr. Stevenson,. Mr. Baxter has already sent ou home for publication the  manuscript of *'rit. Ives," a novel which  is almost completed, wanting only about  two chapters. It will be puulislied :u- it  is. The story is of the capture and escape ot a French' ollicer, (luring the  Napoleonic wars, from a piisou in Scotland, and bis adventures m that country  and iu I'Vciuce. Then Mr. Baxter has  with him the pi out's of what will be-entitled the '"Viiilii-ia Letters'*. This is a  series of monthly letters written by the  novelist to his Tiieud Sidney Colviu,  keeper of tiie punts at tlie British  museum. They.are a journal of his Jife  in Samoa sent oil' once a month. Mr.  Baxter lias also -villi'him the manuscript  of what Slcveiisou had" written of *'\Veir  of llermislou," the work he was on at  the tune of his death. In fact he had  worked on it on the very (.lay of his death.  This, he thought, would be his masier-  pic.e.. Onlv about a third of it has been  writletij but that is complete as a part  and wiil be published. Besides these  there is a small bouk of fables. These  are mostly letters written to his young  heir, Austen'Strong, by Stevensou.  Tlie Terms of I-cncc-JtepurtiMl Ki-ifriiatiou  of the j'ni'ieror.  London,���������A dispatch to the Times  from Shanghai says that Li Hung Chang's  son-iii-law telegraphed, that "a peace constitution was signed at Shimoueseki  Monday by the plenipotentiaries of China  aud Japau. The following are the terms  of the constitution :  First���������The independence of Corea.  Second���������That Japan retains the possessions that she has conquered.-  Third���������That Japan also retains the  J_e.rrit.ory-_eiist_(.>f.the._Liao-river.---.^ r-__  Fourth���������That the Island of Formosa  be ceded permanently to Japan. ���������  Fifth���������The. payment of an indemnity.  Sixth���������An offensive aud defensive al-  liance.  London,���������A dispatch from Shanghai  to a news agency here says that a proclamation bearing the emperor's name has  been issued describing the empire as  fiuished'and asserting that he is unable  lo govern aiiy longer and that the oflir  cials lie has trusted are corrupt. It is  added that the proclamation has caused  great excitement aud there are signs of  rebellion. 'Lhe.document, however, is  aaid to be the work of secret sod-ties.  GOLD AND SILVFJi COINAGE.  It is slated by the U. S. director of the  mints that all the gold and silver iu the  world, available for coinage' purposes,  amounts to $7,.32.000,000,'of which 83,-  ������K)1,000,0_0 is gold and $33,931,000,000 is  silver. -Reduced to ounces this would be  18B,i)0i,308 iu gold, and '2,,.'5_,55_2S_.  ounces iu silver. The magnitude of these  metals may be more easily comprehended  when the cubic measurement is. given.  The gold cast into a solid cube would  not exceed twenty-two feet, while the  silver Would not- exceed sixty-six feet  The gold could be. contained almost in  any ordinary room, while au average  city business house would .accommodate  tho silver. Adopting the single standard,  to the average miud this would seem to  be a very small amonnt of .money to divide  up aud circulate among the 1,3.0,000,000  people estimated to exist on this little  sphere of ours. - '  CHINESE  MONEY.  The terms of the treaty, of peace between Japan and China seem now to be  definitely known. They are far reaching  iu their effects. Japan asks the island of  Formosa and ���������'0<l,(W,U0O, taeis; and for  the benefit of civilization wants Corea declared independent and that China shall  be'opened to the commerce of the.world.  A ta<--l varies in value from 07.3 cents to  74.-'cents, so that it makes quite a difference whether a Shanghai tael or a Hai-  kwaii tael is meant. At 7-1.9 cents the  "amount would be -���������_'24,7_0,OO0; at 03.3 it  would be __ul,<Ju,_,0u0. . China's entire  stuck of money is estimated atoulyS700,-  000,000. At the. rale at which silver -was  produced in the United Slates iu 1891,  the largest in our history, 875,417,000, it  would take the products of all orir mines  for three years. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, APRI5L 20,. 1895.  JOYANCE AND SPRING.  Dear, what hast thou to do  With the cold moon-  Free to range, fleet to change  80 far and soon?  Dear, what hast thou to do  With the hoar sea?  Love alone le his own  -.'Eternity.  - :D_ar, -.-bat hast thou to do  ' 'With anything  la-the wido world, beside  Joyance and spring?  ���������BUua Carman in Town Topics.  FHIS WAX FIGURE.  '   We had been dlsoussing fame and Its  . toward... We assumed that we, each and  .till of us, had attained eminence, aud  we .speculated on  tho  honor   that wo  ! BhoviId elect to receive from a gracious  soyereign and a gratoful couutry.  Some  ohose-the Garter, others  an  earldom,  others  a pecuniary grant, but Colonel  Holborow would have nono of  theso.  ".'He pqohpoohed them, aud bringing his  .flat down on-tbe table he declared:  "There is only one indisputable and  supreme mark of greatness."  "And what is that?" asked one of us.  "Why; to be in the waxworks," said  he.  "True", true!" I cried, but added sadly, "but ..it's,, almost, impossiblo to  achieveunless you commit a murder."  "I don't know about that," said Jack  Dexter, who had up to that moment  taken no part in the conversation.' "I'm  in a waxworksshow-myself, uot in London, you know, but���������well' have any of  . you fellows visited Petersburg?''  We, all admitted that we. had not.  "Ah,: then you haven't seen my image,''  said Jack regretfully. "It's in Mme.  Marribon's famous exhibition there."  "But, _ny dear Jack," said the colo-  hel,"how in the world did it como  about?"  ..'J'lt's: rather- a curious story," said  Jaok. "I'll.tell it you if you'll all promise, that it shall go no further. You  won't mind- if I don't mention names?''  .-..We.promised discretion and said that  -\we should be quite satisfied with A, B,.  C, or X.-Y, Z, or such other symbols as  - Jack chose to adopt.  "Well."; he began, "when  I was a  rfeW years younger and a good deal more  foolish than I am now���������it was  before  ' that affair about Lady Mary Fitzmoino  -that- I- told, you of the other day���������I  ������������������pent a.winter at Petersburg, and there  I made the acquaintance of one of tho  ���������most beautiful women who, I suppose,  eter lived."  Jack paused to allow the sensation to  take full effect, but wo showed no surprise,, and with a slight frown he continued*.  -."I'll oallher. the Princess X.���������Prin-  oess Nadia! X. -. She was married to a  :*frun*py wretch, who held a high position in the police and treated her, upon  ttiy word, little' better than if she had  been a nihilist. I pitied her. I niustad-  initr-I an. among gentlemen���������that I  .'also admired her, and that a warm, although perfectly honorable,. attachment  > sprang up between. us. Her husband  was, however, savagely and unreasonably jealous, and what with him, his  spies and his mother (the worst spy of  'all)' it'was with tbe utmost difficulty  that I succeeded in seeing anything of  the princess. - I dared.not to call at. her  house more; than once.a month, and I  was driven���������- positively driven���������to a  thing for which I entertain the greatest  dislike. I was, I say, compelled to make  arrangements which insured my being  present at varioua places of public resort���������pioture galleries and the like���������at  the times which the princess selected for  -visiting them. > By these means we were  enabled to enjoy many most, charming  conversations, and it was my privilege  to support and sustain the princess in  the*very trying'circumstances in which,  her lot; was cast I did this, I need not  say, at very considerable risk. I was  not blind to the danger I ran. Her.hus-  ���������band wielded large and secret powers.!  Save that I was au English' subject, I  Was'entirely powerless against him, and  it would have been a long time before  the voice of a prisoner iu the fortress of  Peter and Paul reached the cars of the  .foreign office. However, I took the risk.  Nadia needed mo, aud that was enough.  "Butof all our rendezvous there was  none which we found more convenient  and suitable . than Mme. Marribon's  waxworks exhibition. It was a long  way from' the princess' residence, in an  unfashionable quarter of tho town, and  was frequented mainly by persons who  did uot'inove in society and wero quite  -unfamiliar with faces as well known in  the great world as those of the princess  - and E-ysolf. ' Our only danger arose from  'the maidservants of our acquaintances  'and from' the' police, but by avoiding  ��������� the gallery in which the figures of mur-  'derers and other criminals were exhibited, wo reduced this peril to a minimum,  .���������for of course the servants wereat-  tracted by. the criminals, and the police  ; were attracted by the servants: Our favorite nook was* beside a group of- sa-  "-"���������tnta'of' European reputation and immediately behind the prime ministers of  Europe. This spot we usually had quite  to ourselves.  ?'? Well, one day we were sitting thore.  Poor Nadia had for a moment; forgotten  her troubles and was talking with tho  rare wit. and brilliancy which marked  her conversation when she was in good  .spirits.   I was keeping up the ball of  , talk as well as I could and was gazing,  not, I hope, too passionately, at her in-  ' comparable complexion and magnificent  dark  eyes���������like  deep' water  seen   by  moonlight, thoy were.  Dear, dear!"  ' Jack paused for a moment and took a  ,slp from-his glass.    We sipped sympathetically,   and he regained  his cpm-  posuie.  -Suddenly, just as I was telling the  'princess a-most"' interesting occurrence  which had befallen me on the journey  out and brought me into contact with a  .person whose name you would all know  'if I wero to mention it, the princess  gave a startled little cry.  " 'What's the matter, my dearest  nrlnoess'.' I asked.  "She pointed to the other end of the  gallery.  "'It's my husband's,.moth'eri' she  whispered. 'She must have had a suspicion aud followed us. ' What shall I  do?'  "I looked and perceived a largo and  stately old lady in gold eyeglasses approaching us. Thoro was bur one door  to the gallery, and the approach to that  was barred ,by the priucoss' mother-in-  law. .. In another momont she would be  upon us, aud although I knew her to be  nearsighted I could not hope that sho  would fail to recognize Nadia. If something wore not done at once, wo woro  ruinod.  "Now, I never boast or make myself  out cloverer than I am. I admit freely  that I was at my wits' end. I could do  nothing and think of nothing. Our salvation was due not to me, but to the  quick woman's wit which lay in Nadia's  perfect little head.  " 'Quickl' she whisporod. 'Step up  on the platform���������there���������besido Kant.  Fold your arms. Frown. That's right.  What's that society you told me you belonged to���������the one that has the animals?'  " 'Tho Zoological,' I answered.  " 'Yes', that's it.   Stand quito still.'  "I obeyed'her, and she seized from  the feet of Isaac Newton a placard bearing a notice in Russian and French: 'It  is strictly forbidden to touch the figures.  Offenders will be prosecuted with tho  utmost rigor of the law' (not a light  matter; mind you, in Russia). Sho propped the board'np against my legs, whisper cdi ? Be sure you don't wink!' ahd  with a gracious,winning sinile advanced  to meet her mother-in-law. I had never  admired'her more than at that moment.  " 'Why1, have you heard of it, too?'  she exclaimed. '  " 'Nadial   What are you doing here?  Are you-alone?'  " 'Of course, dear. I came to seo the  modol.  Didn't you?'  "'What model, child?'  " 'Why, of our friend Mr. Dexter.*  " 'That young man?'  .   " 'Yes.    Don't' you know, he's oue of  the greatest zoologists iu tho world, and  Marribon has just put up a model of  him. Look, hore it is!'  "I don't know that I'm more nervous  than other people, but it was, I confess,  a trying moment when the old lady put  -up her eyeglasses and stared at. mo.  Dear Nadia stuck- her pretty head ou  one sido in a critical way and said:  " 'I don't call it very good. Do you?  It's so stiff and unnatural.'  "The old lady said nothing. She came  ' a step nearer and raised her parasol.  The old wretch was going.to poke mo!  " 'Oh, .but you mustn't touch it!'  cried Nadia, turning pale. 'Look at the  notice!'  "The old lady advanced her parasol.  But'at this moment ono of the polico  appeared at her elbow.  " 'You. mustn't touch the figures,  madame,' said he, and I blessed him  for every word.  "Never a word did the old princess  speak. She glared at me, she glared at  Nadia, and she glared at tho policeman,  and she turned round and walked out of  the gallery. The. policeman followed  her. Nadia softly clapped her hands. I  sprang forward, seized her slim fingers  and kissed them.  " 'Oh, we're not safe yet,' she said.  'My mother-in-law suspects. Luckily  the place closes in a quarter of an hour,  aud she can't do anything tonight, and  the prince won't be back from Moscov  till the day after tomorrow. Jack theio  must be a real model of you by then.'  "I was amazed, but I listened to her  instructions. Taking out her purse, she.  pressed it on mc. I refused, but oh find  iug that I had only a ������5 pound note I  was compelled to. accept 20,000 rubles  ���������tho X.'s are fabulously rich, you  know. .-Lescorted_the-princoss-to a.cab,.  and then I called on the proprietor of  the exhibition.  "Well, to mako a. long story short,  I, or rather the princess' rubles���������I  kept one, and wear it now on my.watch  ohain; see, hero itis!���������overcame'Mme.  Marribon's surprise and swept away her  scruples. I admitted that she might, not  unnaturally, never havo hoard of Pro  fessor Doxter. but I told her that the  name was a household word in all cultivated circles iu England and America,  and I promised her to pay all expenses  and 10,000 rubles if a portrait model  of the groat zoologist stood beside Kant  in 36 hours. The result was that by (i  o'clock in the evening I was sitting in  au armchair and young M. Marribon  was taking a oast of my features in  plaster of paris. At this moment, however, thero occurred an interruption  which, if it had como a little sooner,  would havo ruinodtho wholo affair.  As 1 sat, covered with tho plaster, except where holes were left for sight aud  breathing, I saw, to my consternation,  the same policoman who had been in  the gallery in tho afternoon enter thc  room. He brought with him an official  notice. *  " 'Order from the minister of the interior,' he said. 'You're to closo tomorrow���������day of interccssiou for tho  safety of the czar ordered, and all public exhibitions to be closed.'  "I rejoiced to hoar that. It smoothed  my way, but I wished  the policeman  would take himself off.  ���������   " 'Hello!'  he said.    'Who  have we  here?   I must have his name, please.'  '' 'This is Mr. Dexter, the groat zoologist. '  " 'Who's he? -Come, M. Marribon, I  must have that stuff off his face, you  know.. Why, he might bo a nihilist, or  anybody you like, and me none tho  wiser, with that stuff on him.'  " 'But, my dear sir,' pleaded Marr.  hon, 'the stuff won't come off. If I try  to remove it before it hardens, it will  tear off his skin with it.' That is the  case with plaster of paris, you know,  colonel.  " ;Can't help it,' said the brute. 'I've  got my orders, and no distinction is  made as to the effect on the skin. I  must see his face.'  " 'Oh, impossible!' cried Marribon.  'It would be a barbarity! It will be dry  In 15 minutes.'  LOTS  m  _y  32.  [_-*���������"**���������������  A new Railway under GdHStwtction.  *>  Buy before the Market rises in the Railway  Centre and Seat of'Government 4f  IVest Kootenay.  Choice Building and Residence Property  REBATE ALLOWED FOR THE ERECTION OF GOOD BUILDINGS  Also Lots for Sale iu     NAKUSP DA IVSON and ROBSON.  Apply for Price*. Mans, etc., to .... -  _  FRANK FLETCHER  Land CommisslonerC. tc K. It..:Co.". "NSt-O!*} B.C  -������'Then I'll wait,' said the man, and  he sat down.  "As you may suppose, my brain was  busy during those 15 minutes. If I  could speak alono to Mnrribon for an instant, I saw my way. An idea struck  mo. Speaking as woll as I could through  the mouth hole, I suggested that we  wero probably all thirsty, and I hold  out some rubles. Would the gentleman  fetch some brandy? He wavered aud  fell. He was gone live minutes. When  he returned, my faoo was uncovered  and Marribon richer by some valuablo  instructions aud a couple of thousand  moro rubles.  " 'Why, you've got a figure of him  Already!' cried tbe policeman.  " 'Certainly wo had, but Mr. Dextir  was not satisfied with it, so I have  taken advantago of his visit here to tako  a fresh cast.'  "The man looked suspicious.  " 'Where's tho old oue?" he asked.  " 'It's molted down,' said Marribon  suavely as he poured out the brandy.  "That peril was past. My next visit  was to Marribon's advertising agents.  By noxt morning we flooded the town  with posters, announcing the new and  interesting addition to the exhibition.  I received scores of congratulations on  my distinction, and also ou my singular  modesty, for nobody in Russia had ever  heard of my fame as a zoologist before.  I accepted the kind words of my friends  with gratitude, and I invited a largo  company to lunch on tho following day,  proposing that we should afterward go  and view tho model. My guests included  Prince and Princess X. aud the prince's  mother.  "Behold us, then, tho next day iu the  gallery! Nadia and I were somewhat  nervous, the rprineo as glum as usual,  the old lady very curious, and the rest  of the company politely interested.  There was the modol, and I am bound  to say that it was not a very good oue.  "'Yes,.'said Nadia, 'it is stiff and  awkward. I said so before to your mother, prince.'  " 'Did you?' ho growled.  "Then the old lady, who had been  examining the figure carefully, -burst  out in acid triumph:  " 'It's not tho figure I saw! What's  the meaning of this? The ono I saw had  a red flower in its buttonhole. Nadia,  what's the meaning of this?'  "The poor girl flushed crimson, hut I  iutorposod with groat suavity:  "You are perfectly right, princess."  Ihe figure is not the same. The one you  saw was an experiment���������a trial. It was  considered unsatisfactory and was melted down. This is a now ono. Isn't that  so, M. Marribon?"  " 'It is so, monsieur,' said Marribon,  who was accompanying our distinguished party.  " 'But,' cried tho old lady, 'tho one  I saw was a thousand times better. Ib  was most lifelike.' .  ""���������OhTd-d you think so, dear?' protested Nadia.  "Suddenly the prince turned furiously to Marribon.  " 'Speak tho truth,' be cried, 'as you  told it to mo at tho polico bureau this  morning!'  "Tho wretch looked at me with au  expression of helpless apology and bo-  hind him I saw that policeman!  " 'Does M. lo Prince cito M. Marri--  hon to contradict mo?'I asked haughtily. .' *        ' '  " 'You'll "hear what he says. Tho  truth, sir, not the lies you bribed him  to tell.' " '  "Marribon had sold mol " No doubt  tho policeman had smolt a rat, aud the  prince's threat had done tho rest. In a  trembling voico tlio wretch bogau to ro-���������  peat tho whole story of how I went to  him. Tho old princess' eyes blazed with  triumphant malice, tho prince listened  with a grim smile,' and poor N'ldia was  as pale as a ghost, and,, as you may suppose, I was very uncomfortablo.  "'Then,' .asked the princo, 'thore  was no figure of this gentleman hero at  all the day before yesterday?'  ."'Nono, your highness.'  '" 'Yet my'mother saw one, and you,"  policeman, saw one?' -     .,  "The policeman stepped forward. .  " 'I saw a'figure, your highness,' said  he.  " 'I think we will ask Mr. Doxter to  explain,' grinned the prince. 'Otherwise we must como to the conclusion  that there was no figure.'  "I-had nothing to say.  " 'And,'' ho pursued, 'that a trick has  been played, and that the pretended figure was Mr. Doxter himself, who undertook lihis deception for motives not  hard to guess,' and ho stared cruelly at  tho hapless Nadia.  "Every oue was silent. The truth  seemed now too plain to1 be denied. I  saw what would happen. , My portrait  wonuld be ignominiously ordered off, I  ran a risk of worse things, and I did  not daro to think what would happen to  poor Nadia, who, overcome by shame,  hogau to shed tears.  - "At this moment a quiet, grave voico  was heard. Everybody listened, for it  proceeded from the Grand Duko A.,  vho was (I forget whether I mentioned  it before) one of my guests.  " 'I can understand tho princess' indignation and.thjvCmotigjj sho shows.'  said tho grand duke. 'What I do hot  understand,'and I desire to spoak with  all respect of Princo X., is the remarkable sceno to which wo havo been treated. What may be the motives of this  rogue,' ho indicated Marribon, 'Ido not  knuw, but I am so happy as to bo able  . to bear testimony, which will command,  I venture to think, at least as much attention as that of a full low who comes  forward with such a tale. Pray, Princo  X.1, are yon willing-to accept my word  against that of your waxwork maker  and your policoman?'  "Every ono was astonished, I most of  ail. Nadia lookud up with a gloam of  hope in her eyes. . Of course the prince  could do nothing but bow deferentially  and say:  " 'Whatever your imperial- highness  speaks to needs, sir, no confirmation,  and is affected by no contradiction.'  "'I am obliged to you,' said the  grand duko stifliy. 'What I have to say  is simply this���������that in the morning at  the day beforo yosterday, at tho invitation of my good and distinguished  friend, Mr. Dexter, whoso merits the  czar, no less than myself, is delighted to  see recognized, I accompanied hiiti to  this gallery, incognito, for the purpose  of giving him my opinion on the experimental figure. The figure was then in  its place, and I inspected it in company  ���������with Mr. Dcxtor himself. It will hardly  bo suggested that I saw double.'  "Ho ceased. I dared not look at him.  The princo and' his mother wero confounded, but they could say uothiug.  Nadia was full of gratitude and began  to thank the grand duke warmly.  " 'I have only said what any gentleman would,' said the grand duke, bow-  lug' respectfully to her.  "In fact, wo triumphed all along the  line, and there stands tho model of mo  to this day, unless, of cnurse, it has  been removed since I was there."  "And what became of Marribon?" I  asked.  '"He got 12 months, tho rascal, for  slander. The prince was fo.ced to do it  by tho grand duko.",        ������  "But,' Jack," said the colonel, "why  did tho grand duke"���������  "Oh, well," said Jack, "ho was a  vory gallant man, and���������this is between  ourselves, you know���������ho had a. tenderness for Nadia himself. Sho never returned it���������why, of course, I don't know  ���������which makes his conduct all the more  handsome."  He rose and moved toward the door.  . "She was a woman of groat presence  of mind, your princess," some one observed.  "Wonderful!" said Jack. "And of  even moro marvelous beauty," and he  laid his hand on the door.  "What's become of her?" cried the  colonoL   "Do you ever seo her now?"  "Never. I never shall again," said  Jack, in tones of deep emotion, as he  opened.the .door.'���������������   "But, good graoioiis, what's happened  to her?"  Jack turned round as he was half  way out of tho room. He shook his head  sadly, cleared his throat, and ejaculated  one terrible word���������"Siberia!"  And ho shut tho door.���������Anthony  Hope in English Illustrated Magazine.  .HE TAUGHT  HIM  A  LESSON.  A   Traveling   Man   Who   Discovered   That  llo Annoyed thc Wrong Girl.  As tho drummer came into tho smoker  a man in tho corner got np and w.nt-  out rather hurriedly.  "You seem to have a bad effect o:i  that party," remarked a man from Chicago.  "Well, yes," laughed the drumnu_-;  "he doesn't liko to see me around."  "Who is he?"  "I don't know his name, but I hr.p  pened to see him utterly put to rout l  a train once, and now whenevor ho seme he feels better to get out of  tin  way."  "What was it?   Tell us  about ic,  came in chorus.  "He's one of the kind of travel iu..  men who aro always discreditable to the  profession, and I, think ho travels i'oi-  some third rate house in New York. 1  nover saw him until tho day I saw him  get what he deserved, aud from what 1  have seen of him since I should say it  had taught him a valuable lesson. ��������� Il  was on a train going out of Louisville,  and there was a pretty girl ahead, who  was of the type that grows into virago-  hood porhaps, but of that let us not talk.  In any event, she had a section in the  middle of the car, and this fellow came  in, and after looking the territory over  sat down where he could look into her  face. There was uo other person'on that  side of thocar, and only two old ladies  end myself ou the other. Ho hnd just  begun to ogle the girl by grinning and  gazing at her when she changed her  place and turned her back on him. In a  few minutes he hadtaken the seat beyond and-had begun his operations  again. She stood it some time and  changed her position again. Ho did the  same, waiting quite a little whilo, so as  not to attract too much attention. She  changed again, and ho went to the  smoker. Then I stepped over and asked  her if. sho needed my Esrvices in stop-  xrm  -Goods taught right ont; no commission charged.  Pair seleotion; Immediate returns.  Shipping tags famished' free nvoa  request.  There la WO BiTTT'on Tars or any  other foods wo handle.  ���������*3_"-W_ite for Circular giving 0hlp������  ping Directions sad li&TIK  X������T VJ-XCBS.  Jas. McMillan & Co.  '  I_.o_po._t-d.  MAIN HOUSE" ( 200-212 First Avenue North,  branches:  HELENA, MONT.      CHICAGO,.ILL.       VICTORIA, B.C.     ^Uffl'r-EG.'MAN.  ������N-.CM-.*B<uaaalti. . 1J������ lieUs-i St. '* ttUkfUjIt. : |tt-itoMtftt.  ping the annoyance.; '-She thanked me  and said sho would attend to it'herself.  Pretty soon he came back and'sat down  facing her again, with a smile as if. he  thought he was - having a - great - joke.  She changed again, aud so did he. -This  time I could see her cheeks redden aiid  could almost hear her. eyes snap'as'she  reached over and opeuod a little handbag by her sido. * She took from it a revolver, and as she looked up again "she  nodded and smiled as if she wanted him  to come to her. But she didn't,' though  it looked that way when'she got up and  taking a few steps stood in front of him.  Then she shoved the revolver close to  his face.  " 'There,' she said, loud, enough'for  us all to hear, 'that's loaded, and if you  look at me again I'll put a portion of  its contents into your ugly face.'  "She trembled so as sho spoke'that  the revolver shook in her hand; but'she  turned and walking firmly back to her  place, sat down again, and the remarkable part of it was she sat so if heraisod  his face he would look directly nt her.  But he didn't raise his face. He slunk  out toward the smoker, and he never  came back. I've met him several times  since," concluded the drummer, "but I  have never seen him so much as look  the second time at a lady on a train."  ���������Detroit Free Press.  ANADIAN  PAGIFIO ^  :fTAlLWAv  The Cheapest and-Moet DirectBonte,  From. NELSON, KA8L0 andaD KoOttflay  Points  To the Pacific Coast and to������������������#���������'."-$���������**;.  THAIS- TO ANP ���������������������* *|������I_H������X ������*ftT.  ' The niggest Gooee.  I heard the other day an amusing tale  of n certain well known English nobleman who had imported two emus with  tho hope of breeding from them, and on  leaving his estate' for' town left also  strict injunctions that the greatest caro'  should be taken of the lady emu if she  producedthe'desired-egg'or egssr"*" The  egg arrived in due course; but, asartists'  havo found beforo now, the lady declined to "sit." The steward, however,  was an ingenious man- aud thought of"  a substitute, but his powers of composition wero by no means on a par with  his inventiveness, and he announced the'  interesting event to his master in the  following terms:  "Tho emu has laid an egg, but wo  wero in a great difficulty, as she would  not sit on it. I did what I thought was  best, and in your lordship's absence I  have placed the egg under the biggest  "gooso on the estate."���������Pall Mall-Gazette.  Bank of Montreal.  -AIMT.tli (nil imitl up), tiU-.ooo.ORu -  BEST, .     * .    - ������,M������,s*M  Sir l*0.>,T/ibT) A. SMITH, Prcsiclei t  Hon.GEO. A. WtUMMOND,...VicePresident:  E. S. CLOUSTON, Genera! Manager'  Neslon Branch: _?. W. Corner Baker an.  *    Stanley Streets-  Branches in London (England), Now York and  Chicago and in-the principal cities in Canada  Buy and sell  Sterling "Exchange and Cable,  Transfers.  Grant, commcrical and traveller's credits, avail-  -   able in any part of the world;  Drafts issued; Collections made; Etc.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH  j. Rate of interest at present 3 per cent  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  I.VS-RAXCE aud - - -  COMMISSIO**!* AGENT.  VICTORIA ST., NELSON, Br C.  Direct Connection at ftobaon every  *-: -i������������*'r������sy.,iiT'������'������t������f,_  With St_ai_e. for Wip-Wam lrt*idlh|r W>ere  connection U made with'C_������"adIftn'.*������-������*Hlo  East bound lind Wi_-tbound throttyH trains.  TnuouoH Tickets J-S.kd, .  Baooaok Checked to PmW^-now,  ".*    *" No C.8TO_i^7)it'^t-MTw.  ���������*���������"' '."'���������  Equipment Unsurpassed,' combining pitta*  tial Dining and-' Sleeping Citrs.'Luxurious D������r  Coaches,   Tourist    Sleeping  Can-  and   Fret  Colonist Sleeping Cars.  For' information'a'' to-r_t.s,',tlm������'"eto.,  apply to nearest agent.  Jl. tH-HlTO*. Agenti NttSbN,  * or to ������>:o.* mci; ilt*oVrw,  -  District Passenger; Agent, VAlfOOVVWI.  OI.TJMBXA -&  :" (WMITBD)  Str. <4M^������^ime$Oaira:  ���������r^���������i KA8to-l������ootf;���������r^���������  (.envc- -I'ltaa for        . leave* Vails fsr  K: ������l������ I S-lMUM     .  Mondays ut 4 p. m..   ~S. Nu^vaat'8 ������V m.  \\'EDNf.siuY8.5.*0p:m. Tuesday, at 3 s1. in.  Tiiuksdays ut4 p.-m. - Thukmu.s at' S a.11 m.  Satuni>A.Ysato.iop. m. Eriuays t>t 3 *<m'  WedncH- Connecting ������on; .TOl  Saturday's duy_ and 'Fridays with  Coiinectingon'  days   and, ���������_  with N. & F. S. train-Nelson & Ft. Sft-ppard  fi-oni Spokane. '.- Railway for Spokane.  BONNER'S FERRY ROUTE.  . Leaves Nelson for Bonner's ��������� Tuesdays ��������� and  Fridays at 7 a. m. '  v Leaves Kaslo for Bonner's Tu-wlayH-find  Fridays at 3 a.-in.-  Leaves Bonuer's-Ferry for Pilot Bay,'-Nelson,  Ainsworth and Kaslo at 2 a.' ni. on Wednesdays  and Saturdays,  Close connection is', made at Bonner's* Ferry  with East and West bound trains on.the Great  Northern Itiiilway.  TRAIL OREEK ROUTE:  ' Steamer Lytton "leaVefT Waneta"for 'Trail  Creek on Tuesdays and Fridays immediately  after the arrival of train from Nelson connecting with stage for Rossland.  Leaves 'I'rail Creek landing at 1 p. in. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting at Waneta  with train for'Nelson, Illdt Bay and Kaslo.  Thc 'company reserves the'.right''to change  this schedule a. anytime without/notice..  T. Allan, ��������� J.-W. Thoup,     .������������������.-..  - Secretary. -..*ARrvger.  RAl*W  ���������THE* SHORT  -PAST-  SSENiC  RQt/tB  Seattle, ^ictam.  Vancouver :&B-a������et  Sound, and all'Baci-  Paul iCMfeagoiJEJd  I-bmtfci  Modern Equipment. K*el_-Balls-tB4iMl*4  Alt.attire -Mai- *l������������������lst_pmi*-tke'������*>������at  ' 'Uikeit-HteoB_i--t-a_i-i-rM-<������������et*ilv<.I*r  vttyasAeMf.. Hoar.or-*Hk������l_l.i' Co.  niVee' ConHeetloft -1_,_r_lM_i * furfUttp.  Itard Kali way, at Sp*kaae1'aitir-1s'  V.Jtit. S-.f. V. at Boaaer'. Ferry.  > For maps,- tickets, and-complete infottua  tion'call on.XE������������U V. *K. 8, <_-awCo'i*H.  _TF. S.B>., ������r  V.d. _������_xep,4*e������.-Ageat, t^kiuif. Wut.  F. I. Wkdmey,*. ������rt. A., mV-W/SIs.  F. T. Abbott,' TrsVlUv Firetg__f������lf _���������*_���������������>���������  ger Acest, _������wk������me, Wttft. ^HE^M-I'ISER, vtfEfcSON/'B. C.-SAWRBAY, A?lilL-2o,'>[895.  Jliner.  THE MINER ii fritted on Saturdays'dnd  will be mailed to any address in Canada or  . tie United States, for one year on receipt of.  ������������������two'dollars.  -Single copies'-five cents.   ���������  COA'TRACT ADVERTISEMENTS in-  . ftried at the rate off J per column inch, per  "'siionih.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS in-  | ( /' -serted at the rate of IS. cents per ��������� nonpareil  [t ���������iinefirs*inserti������Htand so cents per line for  ' -i tack* subsequentinsertion. Advertisements  >' ���������������������������Vnnning for"��������� shorter ���������periods than i three.  ���������'���������> tnoHtkr are vlassed transient.  UtE COMMWNJCXTrONS. to.the Editor  - must be accompanied by the 'name and ad;  ���������" dress ofthe writer.  PTNN^tNC turnedtoutin first-rat*', istyle at  ' the shortest notice.  ��������� Aodhsss  "*TM������M|Ni������PRI*itilMia'4PliBl.l������MlH(_CO  *wii*s������Nr ������.c.  :'SILVER.  The well sustained nnd increasing  price of silver is naturally causing  great satisfaction in this district. The\  daily bulletinspiiblished by Tak" MINER  and posted in tbe batiks, hotels, steamboats, post ollice and other public  places attract u great deal of at ten tion.  Eai'h hteAv-rise is greeted With acclamation. "'  "The 'motive power in the rise is un-  4ue'_tl6nably* the prospect of peace be-  tween China and Japan, coupled with  "the bimetallist moveru.nt in Europe.  Latest reports inform us that the  tertos of peacehave now been agreed  upon and* tbat the war is at an end.  A- great deal .depends upon Japan's  future policy. It is rumoured that she  'will seize'the*opportunity-to-put' her  cnrfenvy ��������� 'upon *- gold - bs������is. On the  Wther it is asserted ��������� in well informed  quarters * hat* Japan' will scarcely-; attempt-to adopt a* currency no- foreign  to the habits of her people, or which  will destrjby the advantageous position-  she now occupies in regard to the  European and Indian Exchanges. A  New York financier, who is considered  tb be one of the best authorities on the  matter 'is' quoted *-_.-* skying: '-"Not-  witltatahdintf what ha* been- said to  the contrary, the Japanese government  does not desire to place its currency  Upon ��������� gold basis,",?n.ither''do__ it'be-  Upve that it would'*b������9 possible < for  Ohina to arrange with European ban-  JT-ru to deplete .the gold treasuries of  ������������������' Europe to the extent of tbe indemnity  Which it will demand. It doefre������pect,  libweverY thattbis gold ihdemhity "will  placed to'-the-credit of J������p������n in the  *e centres of Europe, and will be  d there as W'bahking capital to  fj&ke'������licb purchases of silver, war  *Uf^Je-and{generale<i������iipnieiit ��������������������������������������������������� it*  nece-sitie* require. * The Japanese  government has made during the war  internal loans for Wt&ttjXQ >*ens in  silver. As its banktog credit will  bring them in only about I per  cent, interest in Europe, and as its silver debt is costing 8 to 8 per cent, in  Japan, it will certainly" be to'the" interest of the Japanese government to  buy, a* fMthu-clt.il be done judiciously,  silver with its gold credit, to repay.its  int������rn������tt������an.  " V--J!he"expression'of English* critics of  the belief that Japan will go on a gold  basis is father to 'their' Wishr -The' endeavor of the English gpvernmeat to  |������h-ce India upon ���������'������'��������� gold Im������������b* has so  far been a-.most-dismal-failure.-Should  , J������tf)������ii l-lace ber-ftnance. upon a gold  basis, she would immediately lose this  advantage and place it in the bands of  her principal rival, China, which must  continue upon a silver basis. The  Japanese '������������������'��������� are ; apparently shrewd  1 enough' to< see ' this situation and to.  govern themselves thereby."  ���������The qiu-8-ion-'of the'amount of the  indemnity naturally affects the issue.  Tf Japaii follows the example of Germany in 1871 she will ask for sufficient  'to cover"1the ' # h. ire* cost-ofs the' war.  BiiH,t������is������no''gi*K>d' for ��������� her-Ho ask1 for  more than China can pay. It is estimated that the customs receipts of  China,"* which- are her only security,  where they finda'-T.arty welcome and  where tbey:--n joy all the-advantages  thatacceruetothem as British subjects.  How foolish then is'-the'cry that at.  tempts to exclude fronT British Columbia everyone not actually born in  a country- < on 'the -other side - of - the  American Continent. We feel" sure,  that Canadians in general must be  healthy ashamed of a mad'who attempts to make them parties to so,  selfish a course of action. We im->  agine that the-man who is responsible  for these foolish paragraphs has never  been into any other part of the British.  Einpirethanthat in Which he finds him-'  self now, and is' therefore einbued with  the natural ignorance that-eonies of  such ahole-in-the-corner existence. -- It  would he a liberal education to'hiiri to  travel, to go far and wide over' the  world and see his-fellow Britishers;  (if indeed he has the proud right to.  call- theni fellows) pushing on!, their  empire in every  land under'the sun.  All over this great empire, of which'  we'are acquainted with a' considerable,  portion,men from all parts of Her:  Majestv's dominions will be found  working shoulder to shoulder the 'best  of comrades. There is not a mining  camp in South Africa, in India, '?'in  Australia or in New Zealand where'  you will not fiiid^ men chatting about  spots scattered-over the whole world.  They anr as well acquainted with Collins street Melbourne, as they are with  Government street Victoria, or the  avenue of oaks that leads up to Gov-:  eminent House at Cape Town or "The  Beach" at Wellington. '  -How-much'better-to work side by  side; each man striving to lie foremost  for the honour and glory of his native  province, acclaiming the winner with  honest friendship not girding at him'  with envious spite.  "'Thoiigb we should like to record a  continuous series of.advances towards';  the'attainment of si bi-o.et_.llic standard we regret that our duty compels  us to set before our readers what is  happening ou tbe othe.''_ideL'of ' the  question. The Monometallists are riot-  going to give.up without a struggle  and very great efforts are being iuade  to counteract the agitations and efforts  ofthe supporters' oft h _' do uble' standard. We take the following from  Bradstreets : "While politicians here  and abroad are devoting a considerable  amount of time to* the 'discussion of,  the attitude of Germany in relation to  the "question1 of a" monetary* standard,'  it is worthy of note that the commercial classes show a decided preference  for the continuance'of .the gold stand:  ard. There Wilis formed .this-week in,  Berlin an Association for the protection of the Gold Standard, which comprises a number of inaritifaettirers And  merchants distributed throughout Germany. " 'The Trade - Congress,* -which  adopted*unanimously ������t resolution declaring that commercial and industrial  circles must regard every -' weakening-:  of the well oidered-gold standard in  Germany as a fundamental-injury to  German economic life. At the meeting of the congress oh Thursday it was  announced that all the'chambers of  commerce of the empire except four  bad declared ih1 favor of a gold standard.  A NEW COMPANY.  i  " We have received the prospectus of  the British Columbia Gold Fields Bx-  ploiatioo and Concessions Company,'.  Limited. -The- company is formed;  tor the purpose of taking ��������� hold- of'  miniug properties, getting them into,  shape and putting them-on to the English and other markets. In this it is;  following in the footsteps of companies;  formed for the same purpose in South  Africa many of which have been very  successful. The field for such.,a concern'.it British Coluhibia is obvious.  Asa rule English and American investors will only look at mines in full  working order for Which they have to,  and arepr-pared t������Vpay a long price,  but there are many opportunities for  investment which are only open tb  men on the spot, who know what is  going on and the character of the men  and tbe mature of" "the property they  are"dealing* with." Of this the' War  Eagle at Trail Creek is a striking instance. ;' Purchased only a few months  ago for (we think) about $28,000 it is  now -worth "over a million. --There are  doubtless -plenty of-other.-properties  with which the same might be done,  but which* would' hardly attract! the  notice'of English or American .syndicates. The danger which the public  have to be "guarded against in enterprises of this kind- is that they-are  sometime* formed to amalgamate and  foist off upon unsuspecting investors a  number of ��������� worthless properties. A  glance at the names on the directorate  ofthe new cotttpuny dispels any doubt  on that point.  -With regard to the prospectus itself  it-is evidently- not-the work-of-any old  hand at company financing. '" Amongst  its officers too we notice an auditor.  Now this is an official who is appointed  by1 the shareholders and in a company  which as yet has no shareholders it is  hard to see how the auditor gets theie.  KODAK -AGENTS.  Amateur Work Developed.  Photographic SuudrleH Supplied.  FLEMING    BROTHERS  ���������1 Cove.B_t������_t Street, Victoria.   ..- 98  NOTICE.  THE partnership'-heretofore - existing1-'be.  twecn Ann it & Ilashdall at New Denver,  B. C; hastMs day boon.dissolved by mutual  iigreoiiiont. .-.*_. Naimkii Akmit.  Ciiaki.es S. IlASllDAI.-.  Witness: G. Hkriikkt Hashdalu  ' All iiccountH'owing by nnd debts due tb tho  !alo ttrin to be sent to diaries S: -Rashdal at  NoU" Denver.  Dated April 1st. 1893. (115)  "��������� A war of some little magnitude is  taking place in Northern India. A  Britishforce of no less than U.OOO men  including six English regiments is- in  the field. It is a somewhat noteworthy  fact that operations on so large a scale'  can take place in one part of the Empire Without* lhe 'slightest-knowledge  of it reaching another. It is not impossible that many of us here in Kootenay have cousins or even brothers  matching today against the wild tribes  that inhabit' the' fastnesses of the  Himalayas.  In that con n try there is a-town called  Cbittal; iu which was a small British  garrison. - A* mountain chief,- Umra  Khan, occupied the town, driving  out Dr. Robertson, the British Agent,  who took refuge iii the' fort. ��������� A small  force eff HO Sikhs was sent tb'his relief  under Capt. Ross and' Lieut.; Jones..  They were met'hy an 'opposing force'  of hundreds of mountaineers'and were  cut to pieces. -The only survivors were  Lieut., Jones and 14 men, who made  good their retreat to a place called  Boni. On the arrival of the news at  Calcutta the Viceroy, Lord Elgin, determined to make' an'example" of the  insurgents and sent 14,000 men under  General Sir Robert Low against them.  They met the rebels' numbering some  12,000, iu the Malahdrai Pass and gave  them what they wanted, a good licking.  THREE NE IV RA IL IVA VS.  Not the least among the signs that  Kootenay is1 going-., ahead is the fact  that two uew railways are actually in  bahd, namely the Red.'Mountain line  and the Kaslo-Slocan line, while Messrs.  Marpole and Ducliesnay are at Three  Forks casting about for some method  by which their line can be made to  crawl up but of the hole and: reach  Sandon, the heart of t he district. The  obvious way of course to anybody but  an engineer orji townsite agent, would  woiild'no-'jus-tlfy a loan-bf more than [be to go through New-Denver',.d: Si!  (150,000,000. some part of which would  probably be in silver. Both countries  have become liable during -the war for  large suhi's' for ships "and munitions' of  war to'Bufropean countries,"--and' these,  debts which will come out of the loan  will have to be paid in gold.  T/ME TO END IT.  Our contemporary has of late been  talking a great deal abdfif ''-fof-igtters"'  as-it.is pleased to designate other  rt6ih.b'ers-bf -the ��������� British;' Ein pi re resi-  den't in Canada. 'As usual the journal  in question displays only its. ignorance  and narrow.'__ind_dri-s_"**by so'^ doing.';  A foreigner:is ������n alien the legkrdefin-  ation of which, by such authorities  as Kent, Wharton'and Bubrill is  "one born outof the allegiance of the  _-rng*" ' W-rfiSTeB tde-c'ribes- it-as "a*  f6r_ign'biffr'n--r'e_'iae*ht of a'"crttihtry!" in  which he does not possess the privileges of a citizen." The term applies  to:':o^r���������"American r cousins"''r-������ld-rit  amongst us but not to ether Britishers  be they Australians, Africanders or  Englishmen/' These happy p_ople'ahd'  Canadians thanks to tbe wide-spread  energy 6f the-, ice "to -which they belong,-'have the privilege of living ia  _my 'quarter of the globe' they", please,'  The country through which this expedition had to pass was not an easy  one to take an army through. The  march i������ described ;*by an; American  paper as an arduous' and brilliant exploit. The Pass of Chandar-is 12,000  feet high (about 3,1*00 feet'higher than  the tops of the .highest mountains in  this country.) It is impassible to  beasts of burden, consequently the  men had to carry the Held and mountain guns on their' shoulders. The  way. led through.deep snow and- the  cold was intense. ~ The, troops, many  of. theni'Natives and 'all accustomed  to the burning plains:of India, suffered  severelyfrbm frostbite, but they never  wavered.  - This is not a story of some military  expedition "of years, ago. - As-a matter  of; tact it took place only the week before last and it is hoped by this time  that Dr. Robertson" has been' relieved  auA'tha't't he-expedition is on its home-  Ward way. 'It1' is" something' to1, be  proud of that we belong to the same  nation as these men who so. indomitably carry the British flag-through  those wild and rugged Himalayan  passes.  The appointment of Mr. Gully to the  office of Speaker of the House of Com-  mons^was Strenuously opposed by' the  Conservatives and is contrary to the accepted usages of<tbe- British Pariiatoeht.  Both sides of the Hous. usually unite-to  elect some man of known ability- and .remarkable for his impartiality and evenly  balanced mind., Mr. Gully is a red hot  radical and an but und out Home Ruler.  The Seattle Post Intelligencer says:  "By mining men Spokane is regarded as  a central distribution point of importance,  ranking with Btitte, Salt Lake, Deuver aud  Leadville. Its reputation has beeu gained through persistent effort,in keeping  the mineral resources of its" section before the world." The last sentence  contains a moral. How is tbe same to be  done for Nelsou ? Obviously by means  of its newspapers. Therefore support  your local journals.  verton and theu switch back along the  face ofthe hills on the south side of  Carpenter Creek. There are vague  talks'of switchbacks up the North Fork  and' to* heaven knows- where, but it  will probably be found that an electrical railw������y will be, constructed right  up the gulch. Meanwhile Sandon may  congratulate itself that cwo railways  are clawing away with all their might  to reach- it. ������    &~  .TOTES AND COMMENTS.  .In reading our contemporary's remarks anent foreigners we should like  to ask its editor, fair and'square, what  bis nationality is and' Whether he has  ever foreworn his Queen and country?  A* large party of capitalists from  Paris is on its way cut to Cariboo by  theC P. *R. : *We;uhderstand that it is  cotniposed-of some foi ty or fifty Frenchmen and that arrangements on a most  luxurious'scale" hav_~ been made for  their camps after leaving the railway.  There has been a great deal of" speculation' recently in Paris' in the'South  African mining companies and apparently now that French investors are  _.lft_ to*-bf_-possibilities they'are looking out for "fresh fields and pastures  new." -France is well known to own  large'hoards'bf storedupcHpitaland it  would be a most excellent thing if the  party coula"jbe' steferea this way,  International  Commission Co.  < Importer* anil' Wholesale  ��������� KeHlrni 'la  POULTRY,  VEGETABLES,  FEBDrF'RUlf **d  GENERAL PRODUCE.  Sole Agent* fur Kootenay far the Celebrated Imperial-Kiiby Blrdii;Eye  Twl*t Tobacco."  - _/.    . .t���������--_  _r>r_EJi_soasr, ib. o.  (*2-    JULIIH EUBLICli; Manager.  MINERS  HOTELKEEPERS and  ALL OTHERS.  -AaTTT'V''SEND your money out of the  ��������� TV JLi- X country' for provisions when  you can do an v;oll in the province. - You make  your money in British Columbia and it is your  ���������1) U T Y tp leave part of it hero rather than to send  it away. .We nrc well aware that you are cut  off from the coast just now, but we want you  to study the following price list and to send us  your orders aB soon as communications'with us  are open.''- Wc guarantee ull goods of tbe finest  quality and defy all competition.  FBIOS-'LIST.  - - Freight Rate to Nelson  - .  1 . __. :      - iter iooll)i.  BAKING "POWDER.  Dr. Price's, 12 oz. tins per doz.  Dr. Price's, 2J R> tin, each   Dr. Price's,- 4 lb tin,-e_ch   ltoyal, 12 oz. tins, per doz.,���������  Cook's Choice,' 2J lb tin, each.  Cook's Choice, o lb tins, each.  Diamond, 1 lb tin', per doz   Eagle <very good quality) lib tins  perdoz .���������.-'__.,  CEREALS,  -tolled oats. National Mills, 901b sack 3 85'  "        25 sack...'.  l io  "       Superior, 90 lb sack 3 75  Nationnl__ills,71bsack   35  Oatmeal, 10 lb sack..-     45  per 100 lbs  1 00  Corn meal, 10 lb sacks    35/  CHEESE  Best Ontario (by the drum) per lb  N. W. T. ch      ��������� -  Umburger,  Swiss,  Currants, per lb <C>. -   6 ��������� $1.70  Cocoa, Fry's ' lb package  Bulk, per lb.  "     Vail Houten'  r-^5 00*\  .. 110  .-���������.(So  .. 500  ..    65  .. 100  300  91.70  $1.18  Ontario (by the drum) per lb..   15J *k  t. T. cheese, per lb 13. to IU I ������,  jurger, 2 lb each     iof ���������'"  8, per lb ^ ; io).  '..- -   6 -$i:  ickage     10]  -'s.'iib'.'.v.*.':::: _.r *1-9*  ���������Jib     5oJ  Coal oil (best American) per case... 3 00    |1.70  Canned Peas, per doz  110\  "     Corn,., "        110  ,  "     Beans,  "  115  .   "    'Tomatoes/perdoz 125 ��������� --1.52  ,    "     Apricots (California) doz.". 2*5  "     Peaches and Pears  (California) doz  2 75.  Corned Beef, 2 lb tins, per doz  2 90  Koast Ucef, 2 lb tins, per doz  2 90  Coffee, Turkish,' 10 lb tins, per lb...    35  ���������' "        2 lb tins, each ....    75  "     RoyalJava, 251btin������ipcr lb   20  Evaporated Apples, per lb     12.   \* -���������r-^ 50 lb box-^,-.-.-.^���������ll1  " Apricotsand Peaches. ' 12J  "      - Apricots and Peaches,  111  '4������  H  22a-i  - 00 V  100J  2 50  200  50  7  11  190  210  25 lbs or over  .  Sugar,'Granulated; per lb   i-Ugar, Yellow, per lb   Syrup,' 5 gallon keg   . "��������� ;   1 gallon tin   "     Afiiple, 1 gallon ':   Soap, Electric, 50 lb box   "     Yellow    " '  French Castile 2. lb bar   Itaisins, Valcncias, per lb   Sultanas, per lb   Hicc, China, pur mat.."..'   "     Japan, pur sack   MISCELLANEOUS.  Pickles, 1 gal. keg   "   "3gal.*keg .;....-:  Candles. 14 oz., 20 lb box   T. i������ B. Tobacco, 3 plugs for   P. of W. chewing, per lb   Macaroni and Vcrmiccll, per box..  Washing Soda, 100 lb. sack  125  JHtiiH and Jellies; 7 lb pails     701  5lb pails ,....    50}-  Marmaladc,'51b piiil  -  76'  Salt,- tine English, 50 lb sack     05  Salt, coarse, 100 lb sack     85  Meats al regular market price.  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  -1.52  1.70  "l."0  1.25  1.25  1.52  1.25  ���������1.25  1.25  1.70  1.70  1.52  1.52  ' 80  2 25  2 50  05  57  85  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.70  1.25  1.52  1.25  1.25  TABLE  Mhowlng tbe Dale* and Plaees of Court* of  of A������������Ur, XUI PrluH, oyer and Terminer, and General 4-moI Delivery for tbe  " Vear i_M.  SPRING ASSIZES.  Nanaimo Tuesday    .-'.' .7th' May  New  Westminster. .Tuesday 14th May  Vancouver.- Tuesday ...21st May  Clinton   Monday. ���������' 27lh May  Victoria -........:Tucsday .---.28th May  Kamloops Monday 3rd June  Vernon  Monday 10th June  "Donald :Friday -.-.llth June  'Nelson Wednesday 19th June  FALL ASSIZES.  Clinton .- -. ...:Th*_rsday'.-6th September  Kichflcld. ; -. Monday.. .30th September  Kamloops Monday 7th October  Vernon ...-.*' .'.Monday 14th October  Lytton Friday llth October  New Westminster... \V'edne_day.6*_.November  Vancouver Monday...llth November  Victoria Tuesday.. .19th November  Nanaimo .-.���������.;Tuesday7.-.-26th November  "Special Assize. 117  THE* MINER can be obtained from  tbe following agents: - '  Victobia, The Province Publishing Co.  Vancooveb, The News Stand, Hotel Vancouver.  New Denver, Messrs. Armit & Rashdall.  "Rossland, Keefer & Hall. *  Pilot B_t, Gilker & Wells.  KAsiiO, Kennedy <fe Porter.  Nelson, Turner Bros.,' Gilbert Stanley  and the  MDTEB VWmSd a. PUB. OCLtd,  We handle everything in tho grocery and pro  viNioii line. If there is anything you want not  on this list write for quotation. Ticas from  lUc. per lb.   Samples sent free oii application.  TKKM8 ������' I'aRb'wltl. order!  Kefcrencc���������Bank of'Britisii Columbia.  the best mining  STEEL. IN THE WOrtLD.  -    ' "It will pay you to write3to us for prices   of this  -���������������       - celebrated make of steel, for which we have been  appointed Sole Agents for IB. C.    We will quote  (������) 'delivered at nearest station or  steamboat land  ing to your mine.    Correspondence solicited.  E. 0. PRIOR & C0.,Ld.  _ -  "VICTORIA,  B.   O. m  TBE MAMMOTH GROCERY  S. QINTZBURGER, PROP.  18 S?.TBox-mEKT-'Vanoouver.  N. B.���������Where not otherwise specified-prices  are the same whether you buy the u.vuhokkn  pa-Kaok or bv the pocnd, by the dozen or by  a single piece. . '-81  CHARLES��������� S. RASHDALL,  Mining Broker.  Conveyancing, Notarie Public  Mining Abstracts.  Complete lists of existinttMininglocationi'  -KEW DEW VER; B; C.  EIR^ST  RIES^ERER'S  MILL STREET,  NELSON, B. C.  Is now able to supply thei town andjdistri'ct witli  a first-class quality oif Draught aiid Bottle  Draught Beer at 50c. per gallon.  Bottle Beer at $10 per Barrel.  obm-bbs ca.\ ni* icrr at iiimku-s iukkuy.  nMl   OKOKBis   PKOMPTIV   .tTT>:XI>M> ' T<>.  R. RIESTERER, Prop.  : 93  ���������|-Rl!MAlNEf|TEiM  THE DATBST PBAGTICAl. MIKING  (IlishcHt Awurd nt "IVorldV Fulr C'hlciiKo.)  ��������� The mnohihe consists'of a Two Stamp l'ro-pectiug Mill, and is capable of mittihg  throiiRh Six Tons per dieic. The entire'plant consists of Boiler, Steam 'Pump  and Copper Tables. Weight, 2,800 pounds. Itis built in sections. which can.be  taken apart and easily transported by pack animals. These Mills can be erected  and placed in running order at from 82,000 to 82,500, according to locality. Full  particulars from \ = " / =_  M. s. DAWS, Sole agent,  _sr_3i_so_sr- b. o.  Among* all the mining machines and" appliances shown at the World's Columbian  Exposition there was nothing which excited more interest and favorable comment  than the Tkemaine Steam Stami* Miiiii iu the Mining Building. It was a positive  novelty to the great majority of mining men. It commanded attention by reason  of its simplicity and evident practibility. Experienced mining engineers were  astonished to lenrn that snch n mnchiue had been in successful operation for over  two years in the extreme north-western part of the Uuited Slates. (9)  il i  ���������_���������"���������>J ���������>M  NOTICE.  [J. H. BROWNLEE  MINING BROKER.  i,  86        ---mi y.~~~���������*    B,  C.  ���������VTOTICK is hereby uiven Unit the uniler-  J_\J mentioned respective nmounts will be  paid as bounty for thc heud of every .pwithcr,  or wolf coyote killed in n settled district of the  Province on the certilicate of n Justice of lho  Pcu.cc thalsnch animal wns killed in u settlement, and thai thc head was produced to and  destroyed by him. namely:���������  For each panther, seven dollars and Hit}*  cents (87.50).  " For each wolf, two dollars ($2.00). .  For each coyote, one dollar ($1.00).'  By Command.  JAMKS BAKER,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Oflice,   - ���������  (26) 22nd August, 18G4.  ieh's Corner  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Buxton & Rodney  ���������WHOLBSALK AND HBTAIL���������  ������.  ������  ARCHER MARTIN,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  H'.' I'OVKK.VMK.NT STHKKT.  over Hank of .Montreal.  VICTOKIA. B. C.   .   CANADA.  -I'KCIAL   ATTK.NTMK\   T���������������" -HM1NU    UW  .        ' "87  XOTI.K.-  NOTICK is hereby given that thirty day?  after date I, the undersigned, intend to  apply to the Stipendiary "Magistrate to sell  wines und liquors by retail at my hotel to be  called The Seven Sistcre, situate on the road  from Rossland to Northport.  HERMAN V. A. KELLKR.  Rossland, 13. C, '���������  March 9th, 1995.   -  EKlnhllthfrt 18U-.  Agents for the celebrated L. & CO.  ' (Loewe & Co.) B. B. B., and other best  English Briar .Root Pipes.   -  A.Iarge stock of "OWN MAKE "Pipes  Tobaccos of all kinds and all smoker's  requisites kept on hand.  COIXTKY   OKDt'ltS   KV P������_T"PKO_I_-TI."i*  ATTKM������KI������ TO.  ~THE trade sUpphed.  HENRY SHORT & SON,  GJJN_M__!_ERS  And Importer-, of ������un������. KIIIch, Aiiniiunl-  llonoriill KIihI^.   FIshliiK Tuckle  In ������reul Vnilety.  712 borULAS STKEKT,  ���������  VICTOKIA, B. f.  >IIM\������'.  K.  C.  CA_IPB'.LL-JOHNSTON  of Swansea, India, and the United StatcF,  METALLU KG 1ST. ASSAYER.  AND -MINING ENGINEEK  Propcrtie-* reported on. All os-ays undertaken  Furnace, and concentrating plants planned  and erected. Treatment for ores given. Ores  bought and sold.   Bo* 40, Vancouver. B.C. /_-".::*;:..-:y>-'./'.^f^  THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 189-  r/.P.V^__j^__,l__u,_^������_K3B__f_M  AXCISCO MURDER.V\  ^I'S&S^Pra^fcio, April U.-The Bmaj,- jjp  v?i.:^'k>t:V%^?BaptistJchurCh ha_ been tbo scenc~o ��������� ^fl  J->^*>i'^o of the most atrocious Bra-Uerf'^  6=*"  -���������_._"_::__-  =���������---������  liiilialliiuiiiu 1.  WILL PERFORM  ic  P. O. box 09.  Telephone  EDWARD APPLEWHAITE & CO.  'V',.:.t ���������'"-'_���������'.'������  A-'-' -"-^-'"-���������''.'*"_,*'  **-'.''-.''., 'f_fc������i!f  ' vv1.-' ", ' '���������"���������'<  ^'Sf-W  ."'S'S  -���������St?  ^ay the nude body "of Jilucho Lainoiu  was found in the twer 0j- t|1L, same  ���������church. The sam _i������������������_, the authorities  believe, slew Ix*.'gins, and AY. II. T.  Durant, ���������theounf* i_a_ sus'iet-ted of  both crimeis now in custody.  "Blanc. Laraonl and Minnie  Williams  ���������were'.-iubers of the Emanuel   13a[>tist  St. John's Eve  a cantata by f. h. cowen  S, E. corner Baker and Josephine .trcci.,  '������������������'.. NELSON. 1". C.  The FIREHALL  _sr__]x__3o_sr,  ������������������ o.\ ���������  'ohnn and members of thc same Sunday  ��������� srJol class.   Bolli  were 21  ymi'- old,  llLUl'.Uriy    April    25tll,    1805  ;. unettes and j.relty and modest Kirls. * '  Both had been the. recipients of attentiot.  from a young uieilicul _tudent named  W. A. T."Durant, who is also the librarian of the church and the secretary of  young people's society of the church.  On April 7 Miss Lamont disappeared.  Diligent search failed to reveal any trace  of her. The last per.-on seen in her company was W. II. T Durant, who, it appears, had beeu on friendly terms with  the missing girl.  On Saturday morning the mutilated  body of Minnie Williams was fouud iu  the library of the Emanuel " Baptist  church on Bartlett street. The girl had  been assaulted and her reraaius were  cut and hacked, the girl having evidently  died from loss of* blood. On further  examination it was found that she had  been gagged by the assailant tearing oil"  part of her underclothing and thrusting  it down her throat with a sharp stick,  badly lacerating the tongue: Two witnesses state that they saw a young man  and a young woman,-the former answering the description of Durant and the  latter that of Minnie Williams, enter the  church.  As soon as the news became known  immense crowds surrounded the church  and had to be kept back by the police.  The chief of police sent for Rev. Dr.  Gibson, pastor of the church, aud the  report became current that he had beeu  accused of the crimes and had been arrested Great crowds surged to Dr. Gib-  sou's house, and the excitement grew  intense. It spread all over the city.  Extra papers were gotten out, and thousands of people nocked to the scone from  all over the city. The rumor of arrests  was later denied, aud it became known  that Dr. Gibson and the sexton of the  church.had .merely beeu called before  the police to tell what they knew.  AEKEST OF   J.UBANT.  At 5 o'clock came the news that Durant had been arreBted at Walnut Creek,  on the road to Mount Diablo. He was  caught by Detective Anthony, who left  in pursuit of him this morning. The  detective and his* prisoner left on the  next train for San Francisco, where they  arrived this evening. A large crowd hail  gathered at the ferries to see the suspected murderer come!iu, but a detachment of police was in waiting, and they  kept back the crowd. Durant was hustled into a patrol wagon aud whirled  away to the city prison, where, he was  locked up.  Further mystery is added to the affairs  of Emanuel Baptist church by the report that Mrs. Ella Forsythe, who has  been missing for a week, \va. also a member of the parish of the fatal place of  worship. Her husband, who has been  searching diligently for her, says she left  home to go to the beach lo gather shells.  She has never been since seen or heard  of, and it is surmised that she may have  shared the fate of Blanche Lamont and  Minnie Williams.  One of the promising sections of  East Kootenay is the Dibble group in  a gulch of the Kocky" mountains, 10  miles from Fort Steel, discovered in  1890. The ore is gray copper, carrying  gold and anUinoiiial silver. The tunnel is in iii feet, exposing an ore shute  two feet in width. Oie could be shipped from this averaging 300 ounces in  silver, $30 in gold, and 12 per cent  copper.  CH-KCH NOTJ-KS.  Sunday, April 21st, 1805.  Methodist    Chubch.     Services   in  Hume's Hall at 11 ami 7.o0.    Evening  "subject]- "Pure Gold."     ~  All other churches closed.  .A-T  8   _?.   ___:.  (O.MH.C.OH:   \\. A. .luwell.  SOLOISTS:  SOI-IM.VO, a tOMS-AI/TO, "  Mrs. Troii-i. Mr.*. 4'iM'pcl.  I t:\oit, BASS,  ������'.   It.   ItllllMm. II.   IS,   IVlkH.  ACCOMPANISTS:  Old'A.V *|V.... <'������eiiel.   PIANO, Mi** Slinrp.  TICKETS   50   CTS.  It-Hervcil seals may be .secured nt Turner  lire*, on payment of 2.1 <;Ik. extra.  NOTICE.  A report which'is current that aliens  Lire prohibited from acquiring mining  claims in-British .Columbia except, by  purchase is incorrect. The law has  not been altered in that respect. .  JAMES BAKER,  Minister of Mines.   ���������  Victoria, B. C, British Columbia.  1st March, 1895. __���������  REAL ESTATE,  FINANCIAL AND   .  INSURANCE AGENTS  Loans negotiated on Nelson property.   Collections ninile.   Conveyancing documents drawn up.  Town Lots Lands and Mining Claims Handled ou Commission.  Hudson's Bay Company,  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Deals only in First-class Goods and Sells at  ������������������;���������'"��������� the Lowest Price.  Just1 Received a Large Consignment of Im--  ported and Domestic Cigars.  Special attention is directed to Good  Cooking Butter at 15c, and Condensed Milk  (October canning) 8 cans for $1.  QPROG  O MILLINERY  Why She Watt Out.  She came in answer to my. advertisement for a "waiting maid." She was  tpwheaded, pimpled and freckled.  When I questioned her as to her ability  to fill the ahovot named position, she  answered with modestly clroppod eyes  and promiscuously dropped "h's.* When  I inquired why sho had left her former  situation, sho told mo the following  story: "Tho loidy whero I lived larst  "ad a 'arnsomo little poodle dawg nynied  Scipio. Sho nymed 'im harfter a liansunt  Rum'mun���������I supposo because, 'e was  such a littlo rum un i-S.lf. Scipio, 'e  was troubled with somethink of a hir-  ritatinnatur', an tho missus harskod nio  to horradicato it. So I saturated Scipio  with turpontino an shut 'im in a room  -with a good 'ot fire, so ho wouldn't  ketch cold." Scipio, 'o was a worry hin-  tolligent hanimal, *'e was, an fcelin cold  an damp 'o poked tho tiro a bit-with  " his toyl. Won I wont hinto tho room  a', 'arf 'our later, there wasn't a 'air or  ,'iclo or hoven a grouse spot left o' 'im,  ��������� an thot's why I'm looking for another  litooation, mem."���������London Truth.  HON IRONWORKS  SAN. FRANCISCO, 0AL.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'??  OFFICE.  March, 18!).'.  NOTICE is hereby given, that, on and after  1st April ��������� next' nil persons sending' adver-'  (i_einen'ts for publication in "Thc Hritisli Columbia Gil-cue" "are required to observe the  following- rules:  1st. Address '"I'he British Colunibi-iGa-etie,"  or "The Queen's Printer," Victoria,.Ii. C  2nd. Indicate the number of insertions.  3rd. Invariably remit the fees for such' advertisements, according to the following scale  <;t charges, otherwise they will not be inserted,  viz:  I'or 100 words and under $ :> 00  Over  100   Kurds  and  not. exceeding  lo0  words    <! .'0  Over. 1-0 , words   and   not  exceeding  -00  words     8 00  Over  200 words ��������� and  not  exceeding  2.W  words ,    !)00  Over 250-words  and  not  exceeding  *>00  words    -   10 00  And for every  additional  SO   words,   75  cents  Municipal by laws, requiring only ono insertion, to be. at one-half the above  rates.  Advertisements in tabular form will be  cliargod^louble the above rates.  - The above scale of charges will cover the  cor.t of four insertions. Over four insertions,  51) cents extra for each iiisc. tion. '  Notice is also hereby further given that all  persons in arrcar for advertising in the Gazette  are peremptorily required to pay the amount  of their indebtedness on-or before the. 30th  June, 1895.  All cheques or money orders to be made payable to Richard Wolfcnden, Queen's Printer,  Victoria, B. O.  All parlies applying for ollicial documents  arc required to remit payment for the same, in  advance according Lo the following scale :  Consolidated Acts, 1888 per vol. $6 00  Unconsolidated Acts, 1888.'. *        "        4 00  Yearly Statutes U sheep)        "        2 50  Sessional Papers        "        2 00  ���������louriials ot Legislative Assembly      "        150  Departmental Kcporls        " "       50  "Municipal Acts each 50  Mineral or Placer Mining Acts ���������   " 25  Land Acts     " 25  All other Acts :    " 121  -Yearly-subscription--. -Gazette.-. =-5 00  Single copies ��������� , \: 12'  Mrs. McLaughlin has just received a stock of Fine  Millinery.  -.'i.������-   liisilliiliee    lMSI.-.V    Act,    lKillt."  Aiik'ihIc'I Ii.v   llie  -'Fire   liisiiraiice  Policy .UiX'iitliiM'iit .lei, IS..Y"  ,1s-  OXI' HOOK   AUOVK  TIIK  MI-EK  IIITH'I'.  "3  NOl'KJi:.   .  "VTOTICE is hereby given Unit AVilliain  .!_> Springer and Anindiui-H. Sonneiiiiann  have liled the nccosary papers and made application for a Crown Grant in favor of the  mineral claim No. I. situaled'in the Trail Creek  Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse cluim-mls. if any. must forward their  objections within GO days from the date of this  publication  Dated Nelson, B. C,  18th April, 1_U5.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  llti       Gov't Agent.  .1I|-|������.4-..I..  r**l    C. ARTHUR, A.M., M.D..  PHYSICIAN,   Etc  Cokon'rr vou AVest Kooti'xay,  Oflice over Nelson Drug Store,  West Raker street,  Nelson, B.C.  Night calls at residence, corner of Victorin  and Stanley streets'  Spokane Falls &  Northern R'y.  n  &  Fort  Sheppard R'y  All Ball la  K" OTICE is hereby given that His Honour.  "-' the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has  further postponed the conitnoiiccine.nl. of "Air  Act to secure Uniform Conditions in Policies of.  Fire Insurance,'.' from the 1st day of April. 1891,*  until the 1st day of J uly, 1895.  JAMES BAKER, ���������  Provincial Secretary. ���������  Pi-nvincinl Secretary's Office,  28th February. 18!������. <!>7>  Southern Division, District of;  . West Kootenay.  NOTICE TO. TAX PAYERS.  a  Leave 7.00 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.40 p. m-  <108)  JAMES BAKER,  Provincial .Secretary.  IX  THE    SUPltEME   COURT  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  OF  In  the Mattkk of the Quieting '1"itm"s Act;  AND TUB   MA'ITl'lt  OK  THE TlTI.I* TO   LOT  ���������131, Gl'OUl' 1, I_00_!-NAV Distiuct.Bkitisii  Cohj.mhia, Known as "Sh.vbkton."  UPON thc petition of William Hunter, J.  Fred Hume and "AVilliain McKinnon,  coming to be heard this 28th day of March, A.  lt. 18!)J; -lpon reading thc aflidavits of J. Fred  11 umc, sworn the 10th of December, 1814, the  aflidavits of William Hunter, sworn the SIM,  dav of September, 1891,and thu 1st day of March.  ISO.'), this day filed, and the exhibits therein  referred lo, and the certilleiile of lhe Registrar  General of Titles, dated the 27th day of "March,  insliinl.  I DO ORRI*R that the following notice be  given in the Nelson Miner, and the British Columbia Gazette for four week-:  NO'lTCE  ���������l'O    PROPERTY    OWNERS  SILV ERTON.  IN  SPECIALTY.  MINING  MACHINERY  AVhcrcns an application has been made to the  Honorable Henry l'ei-ing Pelluw Crease, one of  tlie Juslices of the Supleinc Court of British  Columbia', for a declaration under the authority of thc Quieting Titles Act, that William  Hunter, John Fred Hume and William McKinnon on the 22nd day of August, 1S91, ��������� were,  and save: as to the lots hereinafter mentioned, are the legal and henelicial owners  in fee simple in possession of all that  piece or parcel of land situate in Kootenay District, known as "Silverton," and originally known as Lot 431, Group 1, Kootenay,  subject to thc roervatiuns mentioned in Section  2.1 of the said Act. and therein numbered respectively (a), (c) and (d), and subject also so far  us the following lots, namely: Block .'!,' lots 9  and 10; Block (i, lots _ and 3: Block 7, lots 3, 8,11  t>nd 12: Block 8, lots i, 5. (j. 11,12,13 and 14: Block , ;  11,-lot 12; Block 18, lots 15 and IU; Block 29, lots  i 15 and W; Block 31, lot 21; Block 32, lots 17, 23  1 and 24: Block 33, lots 4 and5; Block 31, lot 9, arc  I concerned to anv conveyances made since the  !__nd day of August, 18-1, by the said Huuio  ���������Trains-leave Nelson for-Spokane -ovory-  Tcesday and Friday at 7- a. m., reluming leave Spokane Wednesdays und Saturdays at 7 p. m., and uiakinp* close connection by S.S. Nelson witball Kootenay Lake  points.  Passengers for Kettle Kiver and Boundary Creek, connect al Marcus wi Mi stiign on  Mondays, Wednesdays, 'Thursdays a.,d  Fridays.  Passengers for Trail Creek -mines connect at "Northport with stage on.WcilnGs.  days and Satnrdnys.  BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  (Incorporated by Roy.il Ch.irCur.'i'-?.)  CAPITAL <|ml������l up), ..IMMI.IKMl    .    ���������j''-,'i''������,-;n  u (-%*it-i powur .to   ncrcabo.  ICKSKKYK H.MI,  X UO.imo     .    .      I,'������������:>,.'KB-  ISTEIjSOOSr   BRANCH.  Corner of Baker and Stanley streets  --. _3_=t____src__r_3_3.  "VTOTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN,  in  -^ accordance with the Stali'iti's,  I liar Provincial R.v.nu. Tax and all  tuxes levied under tho "Asses-jnen'  Acl." aro now ii uo for the yen r IS95. All  of tho above named taxes, collectible  within the Southern Division of the  District of West Kootenay, are nciw  pay a bio at my ollice.  . .Assessed Taxes are collectible at the  following rates, viz:���������  Ii paid on or before June oOLh, 1895���������  One-half of one per cent, on real pro-  ' pi'i-ly.  !    Two per cent, on the assessed value  j of wild land.-  I    One-third of one per cent, on personal property.-  Onr-half of one per cent, on income.  If paid after .lime 30th, l.').*"--'  ��������� Two-1 birds of one per cent, on real  property.  Two and  one-half per-cent,  on the  ���������assessed.value of'.wild land  Can*ADA���������Victoria, Arancouver, Xew AVcstmin-  stcr.-Nanaimo and Kamloops.  United , States���������San    Francisco,    Portland,  Taccnia, and Seattle.  HEAD OFFICE: GO Lombard street, LOUDON.  England.  AGENTS AND COEBESPONDENTS:  CANADA���������Canadian Bank of Commerce .inc.  branches "Merchants'Bank of Canada anc*  branches; imperial Bank of Canada and  br.ii-chcs; 31olson's Bank and branches;  Bank Nova Scotia  ������  " To all Whom II may Coiireni:  rpAKE XOTICE that by order of The Sii-  JL prcmc Court of British Columbia, dated  the 1st dav of -larch, A. D. 1S9". the partnership heretofore existing between RcDOU'il  Goi'.kow, Samuel J. .IcCois-mick and Lko  Sctok, in the I'lacer Claims "Victokia" and  "J'aiNCK C'o>-.out." .-ituated upon -.Salmon  River. District of West Kootenay, is. C, was I  dissolved as and from the llth day of August,  A. I). 1891.  J. H. BOWK.-*.  Baker St.. Ncl.-on, B. C.  Solicitor for the --.aid Rudolph Gorkov.-.  __ated tlii. _Ui day oi -a_iril��������� __. _). lStti.      IU  Hunt-rand ZWoKi'm'iori, but free from all other , UNITED -jTATES-Agcnts Canadian Bank of  ��������� l -  - -   - ���������       ��������� ������������������-      !       Commerce, New _ orK  llank of Nova Scotia, Chicago.  Traders' National Batik, Spokane,  OAVINGS  DEPARTMENT���������  DKrosns received at-81 and upwards, anr  interest allowed (present rate) at _ per cent,  per annum.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Oiie half of one 'per .cent, on personal  property.  Three-fourths, of   ono per -cent,  on  income.    .    .,       .  L-'t'oviiicial revenue taxi $3 for every  male persoirovi-i-LS.ycai-'-. ��������� ���������  O. G. DENNIS,  'Assessor and Collector.  Kaslo, January 20th, 1S.5. **'   '      ��������� J8 ���������  GILKER & WELLS, NELSCM MD PILOT^AY.  Suits,.Mens, You.lis and Boys,.. Splendid Value. -Boots  and Shoes to suit everybody's taste nnd pocket..: .Waterproof  Coats, a line line; Rivetted' Overalls; Shirts and ��������� .Underwear;  Spring Novelties just^opened .up,,, including- a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF FINE CALIFORNIAN FLANNEL GOODS  FROM THE FAMOUS STOCKTON MILLS. Hats and Caps,  Gloves and Ties, Pipes and 'Pocket: Knives,. Stationery, and  Office Supplies.    Cigars, wholesale and retail.   .  POST OFFICE STORE  GILKER & WELLS, NELS0N< AND 'PILOT BAY/-* u,  Dut Your Best Foot  i^Foreiiiost  .'.... and walk right into' W. H.G-raham's   Boot Store ..on BakeivStr^et Nel-  .."... son, where ypu will find the Best  , . . . . Boots and Shoes  and full  lines   of all the Spring Roveities at prices   that cannot be beat, : ���������"������  HoLLV COUNTRY BOOT STORE, e  SPECIAL TO MINERS AND PUO^PECTOBS.,-:  ��������� #i;.#.'-,.   '--,j>i|.-l :  . Old Douiitr^iBocrtB ;���������  OFiMPERISHABLf ''Jl'E^THErV  '^'!'.:  WARRANTED    DAMP -PROOF. f  ��������� ���������"���������:  &jM������m&  Wbu  91 JOHNSON STREET, YICi?0RIA:  _^  -'.X  30 DAYS  J.C..LU.  HEAD  OFFICE AND WHARF:  VAi>roo"crvEE, b. o.  riijliY-*. interest, claims and demand, whatsoever.  Notice i* hereby given that if any persons or  -lurson having an ad.ei-se claim or a claim not  recognized bv tlie applicants' petition, or can  .how can--, why the slid i .rliflcue should not  i ������������������'lie. the*.* arc hereby required to lilc a ?ratc-  nienl of tneir or hi.i claim, vcriiled by allidavit,  ro he liled therewith on or before Monday, thc  ii'th day of May, ISM. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at wlii'.h'time the said judge will sign the  said certilicate.  Dated thi.iSth day of March, 1S������.  -    " IlKXl'.V  IV i'KI.I.KW CltEASE. J.  Adver-e claim-, and allidavits mii.t be tiled  at tlio ���������.iiprcine Court l!et;i'-tiy. Victoria.  Notice of tiling tlie -aid adverse claim and  :>lli(iavii niny be nerved on the petitioners by  leaving ���������.ucli siotice at ihe i<!!ic<; of thc undersigned. No. 21 Hastion ..!.. Victoria.H. C.  BOmVKLI, & HIVING,  '        1  Agents for Solicitor for Petitioner-".  VANi:Oi;VKiri'OVAN,AlMO.-S..S."eulrh"  leaves (J. P. It. Wharf daily (Sundays exc-epteill  nl !:ii>p.in. Cargo nt Unioii S.*i. Clo.'. wharf  until II a. in.  NANA IMO TO VANCOUV KU.-S.S."Cutch".  leaves daily (Monday excepted) at.8 a.m.  V'lliro'ivt1-  :��������� ���������.a 1 Korlliei'ii SclllciiK'lit'i.   -  S.sj. Coniox leaves U. S.S. Wharf every Monday at 11 a.m., for Port Neville, calling at all  .way port.-,, returning Wednesday, and on  Thursday at 11 a.m.. for all points as far as  Shoal Uay,.i-eturning Saturday. Cargo .at Company's Wharf until i) a.m.  *_OOI>-VILLE   FEKKV.  Leave Moodyvllle���������7, 9, 11:*5 a. m., 2::i0, 4:30  p.m. ;t  ' Leave Vancouver���������8, 10:15'a.m.. 1:15, 3:30, 5:30  p.m.,  -���������-."Steamers and Scows'ahvay. available for  Kxcursion, Towing and Freighting Business.  Storage Accommodation on Co.'s Wharf.  -������V. r. TOI-l'I.VW, .YlaiiiiKcr.  Telephone 91. P. O. Box 771.  -TO-  Nelson; July. 17..1893.  j Hunting, Survey, Prospecting  j PARTIES AND OTHERS  Agent.   "I��������� THE   NKW,    FAST r���������  Victoria, li. C, 3Ii_rcli 2Stli, 1S_5.  -'    . .ill  i(J7  UPTURE  jJoro CURE.  have been effected by icy  Trusses, with  perfect c_sc to wearer. th���������n by all o_*er  <Ietir-s.uinbiii<'ii. They ��������� etuis largest  Kupturo under soveresi strain. ���������,-}*_-  t������m offlttin. has been perfected the  last SS years, fully eqnal.to personal  examination liy maii. 2? patents  to overcome H-TORMI  IlLboofefree UtrUnifll  CHAKWS CLCTnE.  lMKias StW��������� Toronto.  STEAM LAUNGH "FLIRT"  G.iu ba CIIAKTEKED by day or week  on reasonable" terms. Outers sent  I rough: tlie "jiii-ser- ol "the st.ambonis  ���������*\i-lsi������i oi .Ains'.vorHi. with whom ar-  i-;i;i5Pmeiit_ canbp mailp,'or by mail or  t-i-.tfrapli {,-) C. W. i.i.-i., "Baifmir. will  n ceive {n-uuij;t attention.   '      " {19)  SUITS, TWEED, FROM $27,00. -  SUITS, FANCY WORSTED,; $35.00 UP,  j ��������� A. LINE OF EHaLISB WKEPOORP; $10,  USUAL PRICE $1&   OVERCOATS IN  PROPORTION.^  FRED J. SQUIRE,: Merchant Tailor.  ������������������;   <JOR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  90  Job Printing at the Miner  BRITISH COLUMBIA IRQN WORKS  General' Founders, Engineers,; Boi.Icr Mikers; ancl Manufacturers .of All--Glasses* of Machinery. Sawmill and  Marine. Work .a Specialty. ..'.  -OLE   -fA-ffFACTlH-EK-   OF   THE  Kendall Band Mill, B. C. Shingle Machines,  :". -Steam ;Log ^Hauling Ma^ynes.; ���������'- : I  We keep iii" block ���������*. full supply, of Engineer and Mill Supplies,, such, as. Pipe and "Fittings '  ���������  - . Bra-ji- Goods,. Sheet and 'other. Packing Itubber.j"Valves^.RiihJicr, and Leather  Bel'tingr, Oiis, and Lu"bfii_ints; eto.' ',   ., .     ..   ._. , . ,    .-        ������  HOISTING ENGINE^ and'g(M_S&PtJ]_ra  Corner Alexaader. Street and Westminster Ave,, VAITCOTTYEE,. B.. 0,,.-  ]D.  CARTMEL/     /J. W. OiLMPION,       J. E., W. MACFARLANE  Agent "West 'Kootenay. '""��������� l_.cre__-T-_i^a_ure-. '   Hakifan

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xminer.1-0182929/manifest

Comment

Related Items