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The Miner May 18, 1895

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 THE MINES IN KOOTENAY AEE  AMONG THE RICHEST IN  AMEEl'OA.  'Wk,  J&iSLAT/^  try        ,S^   *  *- ^, h ���������_ y)  THE OSES AEE HI(_H-G____D'e������_N  GOLD, SILVEB, OOPPEfi  AND LEAD. ,  -f  Whole Number 248.  Nelson,  British Columbia,  Saturday,  May   iS, -189 =  Price Five Cents.  special FOR  30 DAYS   **  fc  SUITS, TWEED, FROM $27.00.  .*.  ���������ry  SUITS, FANCY WORSTED, $35,00 UP.  ^U^KF^JT^MTJ?.Y.r~:^~- -  A LINE OF ENGLISHWHIPOORD, $10,  USUAL PRICE  $13.   OVERCOATS IN  PROPORTION.^  FRED J. SQUIRE, Merchant Tailor.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  90  ��������� OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE. ���������  SPECIAL TO MINERS AND PROSPECTORS.  i Old Country Boots .  OF   IMPERISHABLE   LEATHER.  WARRANTED    DAMP    PROOF.  ��������� ���������  J"-A_^C_E_1S FEEBL  91 JOHNSON STREET, VICTORIA.  P  Ut Your Best Foot  Foremost  ���������     ���������     ������     ������     t  ���������     t     ���������     ���������     ���������  ���������     ���������     ���������     ���������  t     f     t     t     ���������  ���������     ���������     t     ���������     t  and walk right into W. H. Graham's  Boot Store on Baker Street, Nelson, where you will find the Best  Boots and Shoes and full lines  of all the Spring Novelties at prices  that cannot be beat.  GILKER & WELLS, NELSON AND PILOT BAY.  SPRMGOODS  Suits, Mens, Youths and Boys, Splendid Value. Boots  and Shoes lo'suit everybody's taste and pocket.- 'Waterproof  Coats, a 'fine line; Rivetted Overalls; Shirts and Underwear;  Spring .Novelties just opened up, including a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF FINE CALIFORNIAN FLANNE GOODS  FROM THE FAMOUS STOCKTON MILLS. Mats and Caps,  Gloves and Ties, Pipes and Pocket Knives, Stationery .and  Office Supplies.    Ciq'ars, wholesale and retail.      *     ������-���������'  POST OFFICE STORE  GILKER & WELLS. NELSON AND PILOT BAY.  10!)  BRITISH COLUMBIA IRON WORKS  General Founders, Engineers,  Boiler Makers, and Manufacturers   of All' Classes of  Machinery.      Sawmill   and  . Marine Work a"Specialty. -,  soli* -Ia.m;i-.14;ti;ui:i[!������  ok tiik  Kendall Band Mill, B. G. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hauling Machines.  Wc keep in stock a full supply of Engineer iincl "Mill Supplies, siif'h as Pipe and Fitting!'  Bra.i- Goods, Sheet and other Packing "Rubber Valves, Rubber and Leather  Helling, Oils, and Lubricants, -to. ���������>  HOISTING ENGINES and SINKING PUMPS FOR MINES  Corner Alexander Street and "Westminster Ave., VANCOUVEB, B. C.   ..   -  D.   CARTMEL,        J. *W. CAMPION,      J. E. W. MACFARLANE  Agent "West "Kootenay. Secretary-Treasurer. Manager  METAL QUOTATIONS.  .NEW YOIIK.  liny' lUth      .   J4th"'   '. l.'ith lOlli  ���������-illA'I'K Oii ���������'.       ���������' iWii     ���������   -'      ti(>J  mi  OKI" SHU'MKNTS.  liny '-, Iduho to Oinnhii   :*>, Slocan *"IiU' lo Oinnliri -...  April_7, Li; Itui toSinullui*.:   "    '_7, .lo.sio "         -lay   1, War l-iglc to Grout '"alls   "    :i.  "     7. Le lioi to .Smelter...-.   ,  "     S.       " "-.:..'..   "   ii,'    ������������������ "'    Y.'/YYY.'YY.YY  "    i:i. War EriKl. to Prickly Pear Ju  "   11,  "    IS,  VIA XOKTIII'OKT.  -Iiiy.'lnl-iltl), Lc Itoi to Tacoma   )_lny .'(nl-'lth, War Knjflo to Great, Jb'al  jMay 'Ird-Stli, Jo'-ie l.o Tacoma   net.  17  IS  IJO  ,'i  Ka  lit)  :<<)  IU)  80"  80  SO*  IM)  m  5U  711  58  Totul shipments since June, 1S91:  Nelson   Trail Creek (gold ore)   Ainsworth   Sloeiui viuJCn-lo   Slocan via Nakusp.:'   Kx. Blue Hell   857  TONS  TIW.1.-  ... 5,111"  ...   r.w  ...   <m\  ... 0.720  ,..15.250  2i),8l-l  . USING  NOTES.  (From our exchanges.)  The Cariboo Cump.'iny fit Camp Mc-  Kinney are. putting in a 10 .stamp mill.  The following claims in South Okanagan arc being developed: Iron Cap,  Lucky Boy, Eagle Bird, Sentinel,  Elkhorn.  On the Enterprise copper claim,  Kettle lliv'pr, a cross cut of 182 feet  had to he made before the extent of  the vein was determined.  The bond on the Black Prince, Lai-  deaii, has been taken up anil development work will be pushed on. A good  deal of gold has been taken out of the  river recently, but the water is too  higii just now for work lo be continued.  At the Hcunestake mine on Adams  Lake, the upraise has nearly rerched  the surface. About 000 tons of ore  have been put on the dump during last  month. As soon as the upraise is completed work will probably be suspended until a reduction plant is installed.  Work is to be commenced'on the Lytton, an extension of the Homestake,  the property of Messrs. W. T. Woods  and J. A. Mara.  Tbe coal miue on the North Thompson  50 miles from Kamloops will be worked  shortly.  The Eeverett, Wash, smelter has resumed operations. There is au accumulation of ore ready for treatment.  Union miners in Warduer, Idaho, have  deuounced the A. P. A. and refuse to allow members of'-that body to work iu the  mines there.  ��������� Tlie Finch Mining and Dredging Com-  pan}'? working on the Fraser, five miles  north of Lytton, 13. C. are reported telle making ������20 au hour', the cost of operating the plant being ������20 a da}.  The Basin, Montana, Times dejectedly  says: "If ever the placer miners looked  down in the mouth it is in the present  year of our Lord. No water, no diggin's.  The lulls are about bare of snow, with  prospects of a mighty short season's ruu  for these gray-bearded old grizzlies of the  Rockies."  After a dormancy of nearly two years,  the Hu_ter mine at Mnllan, Idaho,"again  prepared to resume, operations but the  -ciislomary-laboi-tronbles-in-that "region"  compelled the superintendent to abandon  the project.  The men who engage California miners  to lake charge of important South African  enter prises pay princely salaries. Hairy  Webb gets 315,000 per annum: R. li  Cavili 87.500. Jno. Hays Hammond's  ������00,000 is as much as is paid the President of tbe "Uuited Slates.  The Calumet mid'Heel a, Mich., copper  mine pays a ���������.-300.000 dividend to-day;  this makes an aggregate of S.lj-oO.IK'O  cash dividends that great'property has  paid to dale. Tlic-Tliarsis copper mine,  a European property, is another great  dividend-payer. A- ������-_5,(J(J0 dividend  was paid yesterdav, being a total of .$���������__.  292.1(50 to dale.  NEWS (W Till. CAMPS.  TIIK  LARGEST   CONTRACT" YKT.  Nelson ("old I'rericrtics Headed.���������Trail Creek  Cliiiius Sell for liigli l'i_im's.���������New  Discoveries.  NHI-SON.  The Hall Minus Company expects to  receive live lender- by Monday next  for the erection of a tramway from t 1k-  Silver King to the lake. The chairman of tlie company, Sir Joseph  Trutch, will arrive nt Nelson on Tuesday. The Board of Directors will bo  at the same time sitting in London,  and should any of the tenders be found,  suitable arrangements for its -acceptance, will he made by cable. The  company is anxious to have this work  completed as speedily as possible in  oider to facilitate the output of ore.  We fancy it recognizes the fact that  it derives little benefit from having  enormous deposits of ore on the top of  a mountain for wondering visitors to  stare at.  The Royal Canadian and adjoining  claims, Nevada and Colorado, have  been bonded to Charles Mead of Idaho  for _:',500, payable on the first of  August. These claims are situated on  tlie hill side just above the trail, between tingle and Forty-nine Creeks,  in a most favourable position for shipping, a direct and easy grade leading  to the railway, scarcely a mile away.  They contain a ledge of free milling  gold qnariK, but. as little development  ������������������york has been done upon them very  little is known about it. Jt is satisfactory to find that mining property  about Nelson is finding a. market.  A remarkable discovery of galena  ore has been made about four miles  from town. Tlie claim on which the  find was made is called the Union, and  is located about two miles west of the  Columbia River and one mile north of  Stony Creek. The owners are Mike  Morris. Dan O'Brien and 11. McGlen.  They claim to have six feet of ore  and not to be through the vein yet.  The ore is in a quart/, gangue and is n  line grained galena with some iron and  copper pyrites showing in it.  The assay returns from the White  Elephant; discovered on Friday by  Hall and McCormiek are likely to cause  a stampede in the direction of Stony  Creek. The ore went'!$28 in gold and  70 ounces in silver to the ton. It is not  more than four miles from Rossland to  where this bonanza was struck, and  several parties have already hit the  trail iu that direction. The rock  which gave such astonishing results is  ordinary enough looking white quartz  with galena and iron through it.  There is no free gold visible to the  naked eye. There is a big strong vein  of-it. on the ground. Hall, McCormiek,  McKenzie, Leitch and Keefer are partners in the claim.  TRAIL ClU-Elv.  Since the bonding of the R. E. Lee  and the Maid of I.rin much attention  has been given to the hillson the south  side of the creek and a large number  of claims have been staked. F. Algiers and liis partner report a large  find of ochre carrying fine gold. They  intend working on it at once.  The Lily May, belonging to Oliver  Borden, has been bonded to Mr. C.  Sweeney for $25,000.  A discovery of free milling rock has  been made about eight- miles from  Rossiand. The exact locality will nor  be disclosed until the lucky discoverers  have had time to prospect their find.  Meanwhile many of our citizens  are shadowing the suspected parties  and trying to find their camp. Some  Hue specimens have been brought in,  all showing specks of gold.  Last week Messrs. O'Brien and Mc-  Glynn brought in somo rock from the  Grand Prize. The rock is a friable  quartz hearing auriferous pyrites and  galena. The galena, however1, plays  out a few feel from the sin-face and  tliepyrit.e becomes richer. The claim  is situated near the head of Stouey  Creek.  ' Work   is   no\v  Columbia.  in . progress on  the  STHAXGHLY (iAKBLKI).  Wc can hardly believe that the" statements attributed to the lion. J. II. Turner by the Canadian Gazette can have  .been uttered by that gentlomnu. From  the following it will be seen that sentences" are attributed to the Premier,  which if lie said them would tend to  show thai he did not know what he was  talking about, which is not Mr. Turner's  way. Probably tlie reporter who interviewed the minister on his way to England did noto actually print what the  Premier said. These are the remarks  about Kooteday:  ''Wheie does the ore go?"  "Ah, I thought yon would ask that.  At preseut it goes to tho United States,  to Helena,-to he smelted. It has lo be  picked, aud only the richest is sent away.  It must rim $1(50 to .200 to the ton lo"  make it worth while to send it away.  But that will be remedied. A large  smelter is about to be opened * at Pilot  Bay, ou Kootenay Lake, aud llie.ore will  be sent direct there for smelling,' to the  -.'real advantage of the mines and of the  province. Auother very large smelter is  being built near Kevelstoke on the Canadian Pacific railway by a United States  company to take the ore of that district.  From the' Nakusp and Slocan district  hundreds of thousands of tons of ore,  mostly silver, have been taken out already. Then at Trail Creek. Kootenav,  a mining railway is being built."  "Also with "United States raonev?"'  "Also by a United .States company. Indeed, the whole of the Kootenay without  exception shows great signs of prosperity  this year.''  Mike .Morris has an excellent prospect about three miles north of Rossland. The rock carries galena with a  large percentage of copper1.  The War Eagle people report the  discovery of a new vein.  The town is growing on finely. There  are now about 150 houses and the  population will not fall, far short of  one thousand. Considerable improvement is in progress and an mcandes-  -cent-electi'io-light-plant-will-be-instal-  led as soon as the grading of the  streets is finished. Altogether prospects for the future are good and  money is coming in from the outside  in a very encouraging manner.  [The above arrived too late for insertion lasl week. ��������� AVe have again to  acknowledge our indebtedness to the  llossland Miner for the following, our  correspondent's letter having for a  second time failed to reach us. |  ���������"Mr. A. lv Humphreys of Diilul.h has  bonded the Columbia-and Kootenay  claims.,for $75,000. The terms of I he  bond are $750 flown. $!,2o0 on I5(.h  June. JjjlO.OOOoii'llh August, $10,000 on  ���������lib November, $10,000 on Ith Feb-  iriai-v, ISiMi, and the final payment of  $ 10.1X5*0 on lhe -lib .May, IS'lli. The  buyers further' agree to have ihe claim  surveyed at. once ami a Crown gram  applied for and to give the vendor,  Phil Ar-piilwall, one-tenth of the capital stock, non assessable, A clause in  the bond protects the buyers against  any possible litigation in regard lo the  ownership of part of the claim.  We are informed on excellent authority that ��������� t hese claims bid fair to  outdo the War Eagle. .       ��������� *  CARIBOO.  With the coming of spring, which has  now beeu upon us for several weeks, renewed activity is being displayed in the  various miuirjg camps.  The roads are quite dry and in first-  rate condition, aud but for its usual over  crowded state, the weekly stage from  Ashcroft to Barkerville would be making  fast time.  The Cariboo Hydraulic company's mine  at Quesnelle Forks and the Horsefly  company's miue, are busy with preparations for their summers work, while development and prospecting, work is beiug  commenced ou numerous other properties.  Preparations are being made at the  Horsefly miue for the finug of an enormous blast, in order to break up a large  bank of gravel aud cement too hard in its  preseut couditiou for ordinary piping.  Chambers have been excavated and no  less than _0,000 lbs. of powder will be  ignited instantaneously. Mr. Holaon,  the engineer in charge, hopes by this  means to bring a larger amount of  material into immediate use, and also to  facilitate greatly his future operations.  Eiver dredging is still occupying tbe  minds of many in this district. Two  dredges are about to commence on the  Quesnelle Eiver, near the forks, and a  third is being constructed at Soda Creek,  which it is the intention of the owners to  lake up the Fraser river for about 200  miles above that place, where rich bars  are said to exist.  Another dredger will shortly be constructed to work a rich portion of the  river between Quesnelle Mouth and Fort  George. '  Mr. Thos White, C E., and Mr. H.  Carry, C. E., were passengers on lasl  week's stage from Ashcroft. The forme  was bound for Quesnelle Forks and the  latter for Quesnelle Mouth. Both are  acting for the Montreal Prospecting and  Promoting Company and will be engaged  in investigating and developing the  various properties of this Company.  Mr. Sidney Williams, P. L. S,, was also  a passenger on the stage en route for  Qnesnelle Mouth.  A SMELTER AT SOl.T.lPO-.T.  It is reported that tbe War Eagle company has contracted to supply 35,000 tous  of ore to the Montana Ore Purchasing  Co. in two years and that the latter com  puny will build a smelter at Northport  to treat it.  NEWS-0F THE PROVINCE.  AN UN IIAIM'Y CONVICT.  Indian   I'oa'cliers.-("olden- Debt -Payers.���������Artillery (lii/.ette.  |     The "terms of the Nickel  Plate  bond  I are as follows: .On or before! he lirst day  i of August C. .J. ('riffilhs tuustpayto the  present owners $20,000 in cash,"form a  company and deliver to Messrs. Khodes  and Carter _0 percent,   of the slock,  fully paid'up, and must have $20,000 in  the  treasury   with   which   to develop  | th'_propeity.   The Nickel Plate is the  ; highest   grade   property  in   the camp  ! and the shaft house is not  more than  i five miuutes walk -from   the   Rossland I  j postoffice. ��������� - j  i On the loth April t he Paris Belle was ;  ; bonded to Chester- Class and the first I  : payment of $2,000 became due on 1st, I  I May. Mr. Glass succeeded in interest- [  ' ing gentlemen who were so pleased :  .with the property that thev antici- '  ! pated the date of the first payment by ���������  live day.. ''"*,'  !    The Good Hope claim on Red Mono-,  i tain has been sold   by f-Yank   Ivdwards i  to Frank Guse for $f. 100.  .    Shipments   from   the    War   lOagle  averaged ISO tons a day last week.  Abe Hail came into Rossland last  week with some fine specimens from  the head of Stony Creek, about three  mries northwest of Kns-land. The ore  is quartz hf-avily . mineralized with  arsenical iron, 7Four locations have  been made oii the vein, which is a big '  , one.  NEWS OF THE WORLD.  ANA ECU ISTS THREATS.  Opening   of   Amsterdam   Kxliiliition.���������Lord  KoHcbcrr a I'livsleal Wreck.  The ll'iinan Catholics at Golden have  paid oil"S100 of the debt on theircliiircli,  and are making efforts for more frequent  services there.  -  Wm. Brownley, who escaped from the  Westminster chain gang, in 1S*.)'2, -came  up for hearing before Capt. Piitendrigh  at Vancouver. He pleaded guilty" and  was sent for trial. He said that for two  years he had drifted from one place lo  another trying to earn an honest living;  but every time he got a job and wqll to  work, some fellow who recognized him  would "whisper in the boss's ear /'escaped  couvict." and he would be let out quick.  He came to Victoria, not caring what  became of him, and half anxious to serve  his time so that he would be no longer  a criminal in the eyes of the'law.   .  In the provincial police court John  .'James, a Seattle Indian, appeareed on a I  chargh of trapping beaver at McKay-  Lake. The game not provides that no one.  uot domiciled in the province and not  holder of a iieeuse, shul! trap beaver, etc.,  for the purpi-.-e of sellrntr their pelts.  Coii'-tiible .McLean arrested the accused  with a letter in his pos-ession acknow-  Ieilgiui. the receipt of one skin, and offering a good price for more. A conviction  was secured and the defendant fined $25  with costs.  ',  British    Columbia    Artillery���������To   be :  Major. Lieutenant Chas.St. AubynPearse. ;  Surgeon Edward  Hasell resigns his com-  mission.  Trouble is feared in Hawaii from tbe  Japanese who are very numerous there.  The unhappy little islands would be  much better off if they belonged to  Great Britain.  The universal exhibition at Amsterdam  was opened to-day with much ceremony.  The Abbe de Broglie, a brother of the  Due de Broglie, was murdered to-day by  a woman named Amelot. The abbe, it  appears, had been her confessor, and she  seems to have labored under the delusion  that he had calumniated her. She demanded from him a written retraction of.  the alleged calumnies, and when the abbe  declined to giant her request she drew  a revolver, Bred four times nnd killed  him.  It is reported that Herr von Koeller,  the Prussian minister of the interior,  has received an anonymous letter warning him that he would go the way of the  late President Carnot of France, who wan  assassinated at Lyons' last June. 'Herr  von Koeiier is .said to have shown the  letter to the president of the reichstag,  Herr von Bueol Bereubeig.  Washington.���������The departure of Sir  Julian Pauncefote, British ambassador,  for Europe early next month will probably result in the postponement of action  iu the proposed Behring sea commission,  the arbitration of the Venezuelan ques-'  tion, and other peudiug subjects in which  the Uuited States is concerned, until the  Ambassador returns iu the fall. ' Tlie .  Venezuelan correspondence may continue  through summer, but no decisive.. de- ���������  veloprneuts closing the question or bringing it to a crisis in which this country  may be required to act are expected until autumn. ' In the meantime, Seuor  Andiade, the Venezuelan minister, will  go away for the summer.  London.���������A-Dispatch to the Times from.  Berlin says that the committee appointed  by the upper house of the Prussian', diet  to discuss the motion of Count Von' Mir-  bach, the leader of the agrarians, favoring an international agreement for. the  use of both gold aud silver, has accepted  the inotiou-by a vote of 10 to 4.       _ ���������  Lord Rosebery prime minister of-'England is said to be a wreck owing tb insomnia brought ou by overwork. A'rvear  or two ago he was a young boyish'-^i'ook-  ing man. His clean shaved well filled  r'uee with its cheerful smile aud ruddy  complexion might have belouged .to a =  young man of '24, Now he is aged wrinkled and haggard.and it is said that tbe  fell disease has attacked his intellect.  His frieuds regret that the brilliant" Foreign Secretary should become a broken*'  down Premier.  LOCAL   NEWS.  Owing to the necessity of a sudden  change in our staff a few hours only before going to press we have to. apologise for the uuusual appearance of  this weeks Miner. ,     . .*     -  The coast is waking up. The following  is a paragraph from the Colonist: Theie  is more than idle rumor regarding business activity in the Kootenay country.  The revival in the price of silver, followed by railway construction, has had a  stimulating effect upon every branch of  trade,' and the same causes furnish ample  grounds-lor-the-prevalentbelief-tha^-an-  -in'K-II X0T10KS.  Sunday,  May   lilth, 1S!)5.  PiiKsnYTKisiAX Cncucn. Service-*  at II a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday  School (Union) at 2.'$n.  Cuci-ci- of England Services at 11  a, m. and 7-30 p. m.  era of unusual development is at band.  Kaslo is already giving signs of a rise" in  values, which will be good news to" the  many holders of realty in that city.  We understand that,Mr. G. B. K.  O'Driscoll is about to be made Inspector  of Fruit Pests for the district of West  Ivooteua.'.  In our advertising columns will bo  fouud the new time table ot the C' P. It;  and of the s. s. Alberta.  Thc Canadian Pacific Railway is offering special-facilities for the transport ,of  Manitoba fruit and dairy produce during  the Hummer to the different parts of  British Columbia. For this purpose  special refrigerator cars are run from  Winnipeg and other .Manitoba pointsbuce  a week.  Col. Baker the Provincial Secretary  may be expected at Nelson by almost any  train. It is possible that he may arrive  while we are in thu press. He was at  Golden on the (ith of May, having arrived  there on bis way westward from.To.onto.  Fiom Golden he went to visit his constituents in I:'.'ist Kooteuiiy. He expects  to get back to Victoria about the end of  -the,mouth.  Tlie oflice of the Agent General>��������� of  British Columbia is now at No. 30 Victoria Street, Loudon S. W. This is as  it should be. Mr.. Veruou is now among  the Ay cuts-General of all the" other great  Colonies. In his immediate' vicinity aro  the ollices of New South Wales, Victoria,  South Australia, Queeusland, New Zealand, Cauada, The Cape aud Natal.  Sir Joseph Trutch, Chairman' of The  Hall Mines L'd. is expected in on Tuesday uext.  ti  The Red Mountain  Railway Bill has.  passed its second reading in  the  Dominion I louse at Ottawa.  At the Methodist conference in Victoria  a new and important mission decided on,  was tbat of Kossland iu West Kootenay,  taking in Nakusp. Fire Valley and the  Trail Creek country. Rev. Mr. Betts and-  Rev. Mr. Morden spoke strongly in favor  of the new mission, especially in view of  Kosslaud's rapid growth aud the large  population the mining development is  '.attracting to that  part of the Province.  Miss Hogan has opened  dressmaking  : rooms iu the Bealey Block  where ladies  will find every means of satisfying their  tastes and suitably attiring their already  charming figures.  J. Dover has secured the services of a  competent watch hand so that all repairs  to timepifces can be attended to on the  premises by a first class workman. ._V.r_,_i.i_,s __,_.,  THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 18.  1895.  SflZKW-Llt'JI  FROM COOK TO KING.  By OHAELES B. LEWIS (M. QUAD).  [.opyright, 1895, _y Charles B. Lewis.]  ���������Id the year 184S tho American bark  Charles L. Walters of New York arrived  at Fuchan, China, with a .miscellaneous cargo. A portion of tho cargo was  unloaded there, and sho proceed od on  her voyage up tho Yellow sea. Before  . doing so the Chinese government put  aboard of her 1,000 muskets and a lot; of  ammunition to bo lauded at somo port  on the north shore for use in suppressing one of thoso incipient; rohol-  lions always "on tup" in somo portion  of the great empire. All went well with  the bark until sho was as far north as  tho sou thorn peninsula of Korea, when  sho met with a typlioou and was driven  to the west among tho islands lying  above and below tho mouth of tlio  Whang-boa rivor. Tho vessel was commanded by Captain James Chinton and  carried a crew of 18 men.  At midnight,  after a struggle ,of 12 hours with tho  typhoon, she was dismasted and driven  ashore. In being carried over tho reef on  the eastern side of the island sho was  swept by a great wave, and tho entire  crew, with the exception of one man,  and he the cook, were carried away to  death.  The cook was a Rhode Island man  named Joseph Gray. He was about 23  years of age, and though a good cook  was not looked. upon as having average  intelligence. The bark was not injured  in driving over the reef and finally  brought np on tho sandy beach of an island called Wing-Leo. Tho island had  about 200 inhabitants at that time, being mainly Chinese and mostly men engaged in fishing and shell gathering.  "When daylight camo, the storm had  abated, and the wrecked vessel was safe.  She was soon visited by the natives, who  were a good naturctl, mild mannered  lot, and Gray at ouco opened negotiations with them.  He at first determined to stand by the  Wreck until help came and her cargo  Was taken out, but aftor awhile, on finding that he was looked up to and obeyed  by the natives, ho set himself up as a  ruler or king. As tho island was situated 15 miles from auy other, it was a  month or more before the residents of  the rest knew of the wreck. By that  time Gray had organized tho majority  Of his islanders into a guard," arming  them from tho government stores  aboard. He made his headquarters on  the vessel, and such a bold front did he  " pnt on that the would be wreckers were  driven off or came to reside on the island and become his subjects.   '  The bulk of the cargo . consisted of  cotton'cloths and other goods in demand  in China, and after the lapse of several  months Gray began to dispose of the  goods among the islanders and along the  coast. In those days only a few Chinese  ' ports were open to commerce, and foreign vessels passing up the Yellow sea  were few and far between. Tho Walters  Was reported lost in the typhoon, with  all hands, and it was two yoars, strange  as it "may seem, before the Chinese'government heard a rumor that she had  been driven ashoro on Wing-Leo island.  A government craft was sent to investigate, and on finding the hull and cargo  safe her captain attempted to tako possession. By this time Gray had a guard  of 100 men, and the sand had piled  around the wreck till sho could not be  approached nearer tbau half a mile by  water. Anticipating that trouble would  come sooner or later, he had converted  . the hulk into a fort and erected two  earthworks on the shore to command it.  ��������� The Chineso vessel was provided with  small cannon, and upon Gray's refusal  to surrender there was a fight lasting  -two-days.--He lost-two-men-aud-theat-.  tacking force seven or eight.  The government craft finally sailed  away to report, and for six months nothing was heard from the authorities.    It  took all that.timo for the report to be  made, sent to the capital and acted upon.  Then orders were issued for a government vessel to proceed to tho island and  capture it and kill everybody but Gray.  It was not enough if. tho people surrendered.    They were to bo wiped out to  the last man as rebels and outlaws.  Gray  realized that bis troubles had only begun.  He could easily havo escaped, but.  the career of an island king bad becomo  ���������o pleasant  that ho decided to remain  whore ho was aud fight for his rights.  -  It was over a year after tho wreck bofore the second attack. Meanwhilo Gray  had learned tho  language ahd pursued  such a policy toward the natives of the  various islands that ho had au army of  500 men ready to do his bidding.    Ho  kept himself posted as to tho movements  of tho government and had ten days'  notice of  tho second attack.    How he  procured cannon I'cannot say, but during the year ho got several pieces and  mounted them on the wreck and in tho  fort's.'  One day when he was good and  ready a government craft having 200 soldiers aboard made her appearance, and  Gray was summoned to surrender.    Ho  refused, as before, and 150 soldiers were  landed and an attack begun.  The king's;  forces  numbered  about GOO men.   As  cook of a vessel, hardly ablo to read or  write, he could have known nothing of  war  or military tactics, but0 the commission which  ultimately reported on  tlie whole affair gave him credit Dcyom  what.you would  imagine.    The partj  which  landed  to"~ attack him was set  upon by a force of, 200 men and almost  annihilated.  The cannonade of tho gov-  - eminent craft was so vigorously replieo  to and with  so much  better aim that  after an hour sho was driven out of th.  fight, with a loss of 20 men.  It was a glorious victory for0Gray,  and within 30 days thereafter over 1,000  natives occupying other islands came tc  [settle on Wing-Lee and tender allegiance to the king. In 1850 Gray had  8,000 settlers on his island and an arm.  of 800 men. Eis people fished ami gathered shells aud tilled the land, and fron*  all accounts were peaceful and content  ed. The cargo was disposed of slow]-.  and bit  by bit, and the proceeds were  used  for  tho  benefit  of  the commonwealth.  Any government but that of tho Chinese would have settled tho matter in  short order, but after the second attack  there was an interval of almost a yeai  before a third expedition was started  out. By this time Gray had.more cannon and a larger aiid better.drilled army,  and when he learned that a force ol  three war junks and 1,000 men woro to  be sent agaiust him ho was not a bit  alarmed. Wiug-Leo island is ten milos  long by five in breadth. When tho expedition appeared, men woro laudod at  threo different points on tho island, and  tho largest of tho junks took up a posi  tion olf tho wreck and opened a hot  bombardment. . It is a matter .of record  that tho parties landed woro driven off  with sovero loss, and Gray, who was  personally in command of tho hulk and  tho forts, mado it so hot for tho junk  that sho ran out of tho fight. His loss  was only about 20 men, whilo tho expedition suffered a loss of over 200.  Soon aftor tho attack two rebellions  broko out in China at once, and Gray  might havo remained undisturbed for  anothor year but for the action of tho  American and the British governments.  They claimed that he had fitted out  small craft to attack peaceful traders  and was a menace to navigation of tho  Yellow sea. Gray always denied that  any of his peoplo had meddled with any  vessels whatsoever, and ho probably told  tho truth about tho matter.  The insurance companies which had  tho risk on tho bark and had paid over a  vory largo amount of money wore doubtless the prime movers in the affair. Be  it as it may, the demand was made on  tho Chinese govornment, and as it had  other matters in hand just thon it chartered an English shipnamed the Chester,,  fitted hor out with a proper armament  and allowed her captain to select his  own crew. The Chester was armed with  tho best gmi3 to be had, secured about  70 Americans and Englishmen at Singapore, and taking on enough Malays and  Lascars to make hor complement 120  men sho sailed away to attack tho sea  cook who had become king of a wreck  and an island and beaten off the Chinese in handsome style.  Much information was picked up about  Gray and his island before the Chester  sailed. It was known that his army  numbered at loast 900 men, and that ho  had six cannon and plenty of muskets  and ammunition. Tho caliber of his  cannon was small, however, and ho had  nothing but solid shot for them. Tho  Chester had four 32 pounders provided !  with shot, shell and grapo, and her  small arms wero far more effective than  tho cheap muskets Gray had found in  tho hold of tho wrock. It was expected  that he would hear of the fitting out of  the expedition, and as a matter of fact  he knew when to expect it almost to a  day. As he afterward stated, he realized  that the Chester, with her big guns,  would be more than a match for him,  but he would not seek safety in flight.  He had taken a native wife and was respected and beloved by all, and he made-  up his mind to do the best he could and  hope that luck might be with him. Everything was mado ready for defense;  and he was looking for the ship when  she appeared in tbe offing* one morning  at sunrise.  . The first move ou the part of the captain of tho Chester was to demand an  unconditional surrender. This . was  promptly refused. The Chinese government, in its instructions to the captain,  had left it discretionary with him  Whether he should behead all prisoners  or have them conveyed to tho nearest  port for trial. It was expressly stipulated, however, that tho king, if taken  alive, should be sent to Peking for trial  and punishment.. The trial would bo a.  farce and the������punishment something;  horrible.__ ____. _ . ,. ��������� .  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STEEL WIRE HOPE, PULLEY BLOCKS, CHAIN, DRILL STEKL,  PICKS, SHOVELS, AXES, DYNAMITE, FUSE AND CAPS. AND A  GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE, BLACKSMITHS AND  MILL SUPPLIES. 133  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  PACIFIC  -_  ^m^ffsmm  DIVISION  COLUMBIA   AND   KOOTENAY   BRANCH.  TIME TABLE NO. 4.  TahilliC Kfft'-I .".iduy, .tiny l.tli. I Sir,.  -Tho name of the captain of the Chester was Walter Barnes, an Englishman,  who had been a lieutenant in the royal  navy., Ho was a kind hearted and humane man, and though he. intended to  break up the king's rulo on Wing-Lee  island and drive away all the population  he wished to avoid bloodshed.," When  Gray refused to surrender, the captain  asked for a conference and was permitted to land. Ho put the case plainly to  the king aud offerod to stand out "to sea  and remain away for three days to allow tno islanders to get away, lie convinced Gray of his friendly and merciful intentions, but the man was obsfci-  nnto. Ho was not only a bravo man,  but had tho chivalry of a warrior. His  I'ooplo were not willing to go, aud he  would not skulk away and leave theni  to fight a battle. Ho called a meeting  of the prominent men whilo Captain  Barnes was ashoro, and tho unanimous  decision was tonight.  They wero given the day to think it  over, and it was not until tho morning  of the next day that the Chester took up  a position outsido of the range of tho  small cannon in tho forts and openod  fire. Tho'object, was to drive tho natives  out rather than to kill them, and shells  were used to destroy tho hulk and fort  and tho villages along thVshore. The  bombardment was continued from morning till night, and after the first two  hours it was hoped to see a signal of surrender. By 3 o'clock in the afternoon  tho hulk and tho fort wero knocked to  pieces, and neither bullet nor ball had  reached tho Chester. A boat was sent  ashore, and Gray was asked to surrender. Ho had lost a great many men and  fully realized his helpless situation,- but  he refused to givo iu.  That night" at midnight about 40  small craft, carrying three to ten men  each, pulled off tho shore and attacked  the Chester. She was taken by surprise,  believing the islanders to be thoroughly disorganized, and had a close shave  from being captured. In the attack she  lost 25 men and the islanders a hundred.  It was hoped this would put an end to  tho affair, but next day the king wa3  still defiant, and the ship resumed the  bombardment. No guns were fired in  answer, and about 3 o'clock in the afternoon tbe islanders began to leave in  such craft as remained to them. They  were not molested in their going.   Ia  TRATNS WEST.  Read down. -  No. 3.  No. 1.  Miles  Wednesdays  Tuesdays  from  Saturdays  Fridays.  Rob-on.  16.30  11.00  28  1G.45  14.15  23  17.00  l-'W)  10  17.25  '14.55  13  18.00  15.30  0.  STATIONS.  Dep NELSON" Ait.  ... .JKOOTENAV   FORT Y-N IN J. CRKKK..   J SLOCAN   Arr ROBSON Dep.  TRAINS EAST.  Read up.  -lil.s  froni  Nelson.  9  15  28  No. 2.  Tuesdays  Fridays '  I  18.00  17.45  17.30  17.05  10.30  No. 4.  Wednesdays  Saturdays.  20.30  20.15  20.00  19.35  19.00  t Flag stations.  Train No. 1 connects with boat, for Trail Creek.   ,.  Train No. 3 connects with train for Rovelsloke.  Trains No. 2 and 4 will wait arrival of boat at Robson.  Tho company reserve, the right, to change this time table without notiee.  .Pacific standard and 21 hour system adopted.  H. ABBOTT,  Gen. Supt:, Vancouver.  li. MARPOLE, J.  Supt., l'onald.  HAMILTON,  Train -faster and Agent, Nelson  fact, the order from Captain Barnes was  not to see them. Ho hoped that Gray  would go off with-tho rest, but tho sea  cook king rowed out to tho ship and  surrendered himself, as became a ruler  and a warrior. This action of his made  things very unpleasant for Captain  Barnes, who did not wish to carry out  tho order to convey him to Peking. Ho^  was received and placod under guard,  hbwover, aud for three days was a prisoner. Then, ho suddenly turned up missing. Somo one had holped got him away  in a native craft, but who that some  one was has never been legally ascer-.  tained." The Cbino.se government had a  coHiinissiou appointed to investigate  aud report, and ono of tho commissioners was' an American.aud the other an  Englishman. "If t hey suspected Captain  Barnes, thoy did not so report. Parties  landed from thc Chester and burned and.  desolated.'tho island, and for years and  years afterward not a single person  would land on its shores. Gray escaped  to another island and ultimately to Singapore, whore drinkdograded him uu-  ,til he died in tho .guttor.  S. S. Alberta  Spokane  Falls &  Northern R'y.  Nelson  <&  Fort  LKAVK KASLO for Ainsworth. Pilot Bay and  Nelson _,Iomlny, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8 a. in.; Thursday at  !) a. in. ��������� -        .���������������.-.  LKAVE XKLSON for Pilot Ray, Ainsworth  and Kaslo "Monday, Wednesday Thursday  and .Saturday al3 p. in.: Tuesday and Friday al (i p.m.       ' i  Close connection is thus made .between Lake  poinis and all outgoing and incoming trains of  theC. P. ll. at Nelson.  The steamer is newly equipped in every pa:-  tietilar, is lit throughout by electricity, and  contaiiisbatlu'oom and nil modern conveniences  for the comfort of passengers.  The.above schedule is in effect IGlh May,  1S95, subject to change.  JAS. WAUG1I, CKO. F. HAYWARD,  - Purser.       131 Master.  jTHtHM  'flA|LWAV  THE SHORT  - FAST -  SCENIC  ROUTE  Seattle, Victoria.  Vancouver & Puget  Sheppard R'y,  All Rail to SpoKaiiB, Wash.  Daily. (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  and Nort'-port.  Tri-Weekly Between B*__t_port and Nelson.  Leave 8-12 a.m. NELSON Arrive 525. p."ni-  Trains leave _>elson for Spokane every  "Monday, Wedstesdat and Fkiday, returning leave Spokjine Tuesdays. 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IVlilliic. ._. _c I'l'. A., Ut. I'niil. Minn.  F.T.Abbott, Travllng I'reis-l 4 l'a_->e_i-  ger Agent, Spokane, *W-U-u  Robert Ward ������ Co.,Ld.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS,  SHIPPING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENTS   -  MANAGERS BRITISH COLUMBIA CORPORATION, Ld.  MORTGAGES,  DEBENTURES, TRUSTS,  Etc.  Messrs. J. _t W. Stuart's Patent Doable Knotted Vetting, Twine. Etc.  Harvey's Sporting and Blasting Powder.  Messrs,  Curtis *  121- THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 18,  1895.  Wxt Jttiner.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will lie mailed to any address in Canada or  the United States, for one year on receipt of  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rale of $3per column inch,per  month.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of 15 cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and 10 cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Advertisements  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to Ihe Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer.  PRINTING turned oui in first-rate style at  the shortest notice.  Aodrcss  THlMlN_RPRINTING*PUBLISHINGCO  NELSON,    B.C.  ingmaii of England has failed lo recognize, his true friend of these two  men. ' Aba recent labour meeting in  Hyde Park when John Buhns attempted to address the crowd he was  greeted with groans and cries of "Why  didu't yon support Kii_i. Haiiijif',  ������������������Traitor." Replying to the. outbreak  of disapproval Bubxh said: "[f yon  don't want lo hear trie, I will go home."  This was-followed by cries of "Go  home." "You are no workingman."  The latter remark is probably correct.  Tlie story contains a moral for wonld-  lielabour agitators.  TOAD   MOUNTAIN.  We regard the bonding of the Starlight by  Mr.  A. E. Humphreys as a  matter of great importance to Nelson.  For some tiine it was supposed that  the  Silver King was to be the only  niineon Toad Mountain.   That it is a  mine of the first order there seems to  he   little  doubt and we  hope  before  long that the operations of the company will prove it to be. so.    It is true  that many  other- claims  weie staked  out,  in   fact   the top of the historic  mountain and much of its flanks are  perfectly plastered  with claims.   The  presence of gold was long suspected  and the operations at the Golden King  some four years ago led to a little excitement, but nothing came of it. Last  year public   attention   was again directed to the possibility of finding gold  there by work that was done on the  Starlight.    Other claims were slaked  in the vicinity and also on  the ridges  on both sides of Give-out Creek and on  Tough Nut Mountain.   Among   these  latter there is excellent showing,  both  of free milling quartz and also of what  appears to be pyritic iron with copper.  Most of the Trail Creek ore is of this  class aud therefore it is not too much  to hope that the ore on  these claims  will be found to. contain  that fourth  element that is in the Trail Creek stuff.  The  bonding of   the Starlight  will  probably do one of two things.   It will  cither  give   an   immense impetus to  Toad Mountain mining or it will give  it a blow from which it will take long  to recover.     Mn.   Humphbeys,  who  has bonded it,  is acquiring properties  all over the district.   He is understood  to represent a syndicate  or company  of wealthy  men at Duluth.   They  recently acquired the Alamo and Idaho  claims iu   the Slocan and   were  not  slow  in   constructing  a concentrator  and are now pushing on a tramway to  these   mines.    In   other  words,   when  they  take   hold   of a  thing they go  energetically  to   work  to develop it.  That is their character, and we trust  to see it exemplilied on Toad Mountain.    Should this work  have a satisfactory result there is no reason  why  Toad Mountain should not equal Trail  Creek.    In fact it  has many advantages over the new field, one of which  is its   proximity to three competing  lines of railway.   For our-own-part-we- look-forward  confidently to a great future for the  home field, and as a natural consequence a largely increased prosperity for our good town of Nelson.  Every stream that Hows down from  Toad Mountain carries gold, fiom Hall  Creek on one side to Forty-nine Creek  on the. other, and that in such large  quantities as fairly to astonish men  accustomed to the riches of California  and elsewhere. All over the "mountain,  from the Whitewater, which is practically on the same range, right, up'to  Nelson itself, ledges containing gold  have been found in every direction,  and moreover there are strong indications that the gold bearing belt, on  which the Trail Creek mines are situated, itself turns northward and forms  the material of which Toad Mountain  is built. , ������  INTO   WHOSE LAP'!  Nearly the whole of the stock in the  Trail Creek mines is held in Spokane.  This means an income to that town of  $'".000 a day.    Beyond this there are at  least 1,000 men iu and around Rossland  and their supplies are principally obtained from Spokane.   The amount of  these may be  estimated  by   the customs returns, which,  by the way,  go  to Ottawa.    British Columbia derives  no benefit from the profit of the mines  or from   supplying the  miners.   She  does  not,  even get   one   cent of the  duties paid out of money taken  from  her fruitful soil.    Will our  merchants  and others never learn  the lesson so  clearly pointed out to them?   There is  yet time.   Trail Creek is only  the  beginning.     Already   the   area  of rich  finds is spreading.    Another year 01  two and Trail Creek  will  have  to  vie  with other camps  for the honour of  producing   most riches.     Into  whose  lap shall they be poured?  -A resolution hn** been proposed in  the Dominion House of Parliament requiring railways to carry members  free. We fa.il to see why these gentlemen should he carried free more than  oilier Canadians. One of the chief  reasons advanced is that the great  railway companies, such as thu Grand  Ti'iink'iiud the C. P. R.. have received  large bonuses of public money. If that  argument is to hold water surely it  applies also l;o members of the Provincial Houses. But in our opinion  members of parliament get enough out  ofthe public directly and indirectly,  and the country would be better  served if no member received a cent  and had to pay his own expenses into  the bargain. We doubt too if the railways can be made to carry members  free. The House can pass all the resolutions on the subject it likes, but the  consent of the companies must he obtained as well, and they are not likely  to give that consent without getting  something worth having for it.  KODAK   AGENTS.  Amateur Work nevehiprd.  Pliotoj(i'aitkiie Siuulrl'i' _u|ilili<������l.  FLEMING    BROTHERS  (il Uovernnieiit Street, Victoria.       9S  NOTICE.  heretofore  existing  be-  THE   partnership  tween Armit & Rashdnll fit, New Denver-  B. C, lias this day been dissolved by mutual  I agreement. L. Nai'iki' Akmit.  ' Cuai-i.ks S. Kasudaix.  Witness: G. Hekkkbt Kasudaix.  All accounts owing by and debts due to the  late ilrm to be sent to Charles S. Rashdal at  New Denver.  Dated April 1st. 1895. (Do)  NOTES AND COMMENTS.  Ji.be/. Spencer Balfour has been  brought a prisoner to London. For  years he has defied the extradition laws  and bailled justice in the wilds of '.he  Aigentine Republic. He will be remembered as the central figure iu the  gigantic series of frauds which were  disclosed by the failure of the Liberator Building Society. Ruin was  brought to hundreds of thousands of  people by these crimes and nearly  everyone connected with the series of  companies which congregated round  the Liberator was sent to goal. Balfour, the prime head and centre, alone  escaped. '_   A member of the Canadian House of  Commons from Prince Edward Island  has threatened, from his seat in the  House, that unless, the Dominion will  bore a tunnel between the mainland  and the Island that Province will  secede from the Dominion, lt will  now be in order for Manitoba to  threaten that it will leave the Union  unless the government, will build a  railway to compete with the C. P. R.  and for British Columbia to step out  of the circle unless well there are so  many things we want that we will  wait and see if P. E. I. gets its requirements s-uistied. Then we shall know  how far to open our mouth. ,;  The amazing folly of ignorant people  finds its commonest expression in the  tail twisting of a portion of the  American press. AVe notice .another  instance of the same disease at Port  Townseiid. In that somewhat remote  town the members of some tub thumping sect in council assembled passed x  resolution declaring the atrocities committed on the Armenians to be atrocious. Why the people of Port Town-  send should have a better means of  ascertaining the facis about these so  called atrocities than other people is  not clear. The rest of the world is  waiting until the story is confirmed.  But facts are matters of no importance,  to the people of Port Townsend who  cap their resolution by calmly requiring the President of the United States  to punish those wicked Turks. Is it  possible to conceive that these infatuated asses really supposed their reso-  ���������lutinn was worth anything? And if  it was not what on earth was the good  of passing it and publishing it to the  world except to show the concentrated  essence of stupidity that grows at Port  Townsend.  International  Commission Co.  Importer!' and Wholesale  llCilltTN In  POULTRY,  VEGETABLES,  FEED,  FRUIT and  GENERAL PRODUCE.  Sole Agent* for Kooteiiuy .or the Celebrated Imperial Unity Birds Eye  Twist Toltaceo.  JESSOP'S  THE BEST MINING  STEEL IN THE WORLD.  It will pay you .to write to us for prices  of this  ������ celebrated make of steel, for which we have been  appointed Sole Agents for B. C.   We will quote  (������) delivered at nearest station or   steamboat land  ing to your mine.    Correspondence solicited.  E. G. PRIOR & CO., Ld.  "VTiCTOEIA,  33.   O- 1-  ST____.Ti02sr_B :er_r  ���������FIRST-CLASS  DRESSMAKING  Miss Hogen has opened'rooms in the  Bealey Block, next T. A. Garland, and  solicits the patronage ofthe ladies of  Nelson.  is;  MISS HOGEN.  .ESTESXiSOXsT- IB. C.  (52)     JULIUS EHKMCII, Malinger.  MINERS  HOTELKEEPERS and  ALL OTHERS.  -\1TTT"\T SEND your money out of the  VV JL_L X   country  for  provisions  when  you can do as well in the province.   You make  your monuv in Hritisli Columbia and  your money  1)U  very   truly re-  result   of   the  An American pap.r  marks that the sole  attempt to prevent smuggling in  Alaska will be to increase the price of  whiskey on the Yukon.  ���������The associations that keep this part  of the world supplied with telegraphic  news seem to be satisfied if they get  hold of one incident, and they work  that to death as long as it lasts. The  British occupation of Nicaragua is a  case in point. It shared with the murder case in San Francisco the entire  attention of the greater part of North  America. And yet things of interest  were happening. A revolution was  going on in Peru and the streets of  Lima ran with blood. Other revolutions were taking place in Colombia  and in Ecquador. People were being  shot and stabbed, houses rifled and  whole districts burnt, and yet we  knew nothing of it.  PPRING  O MILLINERY  Mrs. McLaughlin has just; received a stock of Fine  Millinery.  osi: iiook .U'ovt- rill-: .iiikkk  OFM-I-.  113  BANK OF  BRITISH COU  .     it is your  T Y 1 o leave partof it here rather than to send  it away. Wc are well aware that you are cut  off from thc coast just now, but we want you  to study the following price list and to send us  your orders as soon us communications with us  are open. We guarantee all goods of the tlnest  quality and defy all competition.  PRICE   LIST.  Krciyht Rate to Nelson  pur 100 lb:-..  BAKING POWDER.  Dr. Price's, 12 oz. tins per do/. ?5 00*i  Dr. Price's, 2t tb tin, each  1 40  Dr. Price's, 1 lb tin, each  2 00  Royal, 12 oz. tins, per doz 5 001  Cook's Choice, 2U b tin, each     00 J- 31.70  Cook's Choice. 5 lb tins, each 100  Diamond, 1 lb tin, per doz  3 00  Eagle (very good quality) 1 lb tins  perdoz  1 2<,  "     CEREALS.  Rolled oats, NationalMills, 901b sack 3 8o*\  " 25 sack./  1 10  "   .     Superior, UO lb saek 3 75  " National Mills, 7 lb sack    35  Oatmeal, 10 lb saek     45  per 100 lbs  4 00  Corn meal,' 10 lb sacks     35.  CHEESE.  Best Ontario (by the drum) per lb..   15V  N. W. T. cheese, per lb 131 to !���������>  1 .imburger. 2 tl> each     45  Swiss, per lb     40  Currants, per lb (C)       ti  TURNER  BROS.  h3  0  ^j^JSTC^Sr  GhOOIDS  RIESTERER'S  BREWERY  MILL STREET,  NELSON, B. C.  -���������)  It is on record that even in these  hard times some folk do not feel the  pinch. A picture by a Dutch painter,  Van Dyck, was sold in New York the  other day for 850,000.*  The price of silver still keeps fairly  up between (JO and 67, which may be  looked upon as a. distinct rise of six  solid cents above-its last dead level.  Uradstreec's says that there is still uncertainty about the ..settlement of  alTairs in China and Japan and that  there is little or no speculation in the  white metal. .This means that the  rise is owing to the peace proposals in  the East and that further negotiations  may result in another considerable  rise. All of us dwellers in West Koote-,  nay are very much interested in the  settlement of these alfairs. ,  (Incorporated by Royal Charter,  CAPITA!, (pull! lip), ������-UO,IMH������     .    #S*,9!*I>,0U  (With power to  ncrcisc.  Kt'-KKU' FI'XII, ������ 1-0,000  ...   .     i,!*_5,33."  ITEI-SOIST   _3_E.___35TC_=_:.  Corner of Baker and Stanley streets  BBANCHES -  Canada���������Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster, Nanaimo and Kamloops.  United Status���������San Francisco, Portland,  Taenia, and Seattle.  HEAD OFFICE:-60Lombardstreet.LONDON..  England.  AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS:  CANADA���������Canadian Bank of Commerce and  branches; Merchants' Bank of Canada and  branches; Imperial Bank of Canada and  branches; Molson's Bank and branches;  Bank Nova Scotia   .  UNITED STATES���������Agents Canadian Bank of  Commerce, New Yoi'K  Bank .of Nova Scotia. Chicago.  Traders' National Bank, Spokane,  savings department-  deposits received at $1 and upwards,' and  intercst allowed (present rate) at 3 per cent.  -    per annum.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Nelson, July 1". 1893. . Agent.  Cocoa, Fry's ' lb package.  Bulk, perlb.  10  35  Van Moutcn's, 1 lb     25  . pi  He  Alb.  50.  3 50  110  110  115  125  TWO  LEADERS. "  For many years two labour- leaders  have    been   prominent'' in   England.  They   represent   what   is   called   the  labour    interest   in   parliament   and  they have been instrumental in organizing   the    great    strikes    that     have  very    nearly    ruined    the    working-  men   and   caused   endless distress   to  their wives and children.   These  two  men are John' Burns and Kiei. Hardie.    The first is an honest man vainly struggling for what he believes to be  the rights of a suffering class.    He is a  man of high aims, considerable ability  and averse totclaptrap of all kinds..  The other thinks of himself first and  the working man second.    He apparently   recognizes   no   responsibilities  and frequently makes an ass of himself   in  the House of Commons and  elsewhere.   But he is master of that  noisy,     senseless     eloquence     which  catches the uneducated ear.   We believe both these men to be thoroughly  mistaken in their theories of relieving  the sufferings of the poor, but John  Burns   is   honestly   doing   what   he  thinks is right, Hardie simply thinks  of the five   pound note   he gels for  making a speech.  If the Winnipeg "Commercial" prints  any more ol* the same stuff as its paragraph on Trail Creek, which we noticed  last week its usefulness will cease to  exist. If it is so badly informed on  one point, what is the value ofthe rest  of its information? But the paper injures not -only itself by "news" of this  kind. It has "a very wide circulation  in hotels and public places where commercial people are apt to pick it up to  read and it is therefore in a position to  deter men from coming to Kootenay.  Its statements also are so utterly at  variance with our own, and those of  our local contemporaries, that, the public must be informed which is speaking  the truth and which is hot.  The coke used in the Tacoma smelter  comes chiefly from Australia and costs  $9 a ton. Meanwhile the timber used  in Australian mines comes from British  Columbia. We remember that when  smelters were first started at Poit  Pirie in South Australia to treat the  Broken Hill ores iron was required to  help the fluxing. The Australian, like  his Canadian cousin, consumes a quantity of canned provisions. It was only  necessary- to hint that old cans would  he bought at so much a ton to sot all  the Chinamen in the Colonies, collecting them.' But John Chinaman soon  found that only the cans were wanted,  so he submitted them first to a gentle  heat and got all the solder out of them,  a very valuable product. Now they  get the tin off the iron before itgoesto  the smelters and that is worth a good  deal. The ramifications of a big in-  And yet the work- j dustry like a smelter are very wide.  Coal oil (best American) per case  Canned Peas, per doz   "      Corn,     "          "      Beans,   "          "      Tomatoes, per doz   "      Apricots (California) doz... 2 75  "      Peaches  and Pears   (California) doz  2 75.  Corned Beef, 2 Ib tins, per doz  2 90  Roast Beef, 2 lb tins, perdoz 2 90  Coit'ee. Turkish, 10 lb tins, per lb... . 35  ��������� ���������' "        2 lb tins, each ....    75  "      Royal Java, 25 lb tins, per lb    20  Evaporated Apples, per lb     12A  ���������' "      50 lb box      11  "   ' ' Apricots and Peaches.    12}  ������������������������������������������������������"��������� ���������A.pvicots'and-Peaches;-  25 lbs or over 1.  Sugar, Granulated, per lb   Sugar, Yellow, per lb   Syrup, o gallon keg   "     1 gallon tin   "'    Maple, 1 gallon   Soap, Electric, 50 lb box   "      Yellow   "     French Castile 2. lb bar   Raisins, Valencia's, per lb   Sultanas, per lb   Rice, China, per mat���������'   "     Japan, per sack   MISCELLANEOUS.  Pickles, 1 gal. keg   "      3gal. keg.... -.  Candles, 11 oz��������� 20 lb box   T. & 11. Tobacco, 3 plugs for .".'  V. of XV. chewing, per lb.....   Macaroni and Voniiicell, per box..  Washing Soda, 100 lb. sack   Jams and Jellies, 7 Ib pads   5 lb pails   Marmalade, 3 lb pail   Salt, line English, 50 lb sack   Salt, coarse, 100 lb sack   Meats at regular market price.  $1.18  $1.52  $1.70  $1.95  $1.70  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.70  11 J,  li  2 25\  lOOi  2 50  200  50  . 7  11  190  2 40 .  80  2 25  2 50  05  57  85  1 25  70-r  ���������S)  i������J  (15  85  1.70  1.25  1.25  1.52  1.25  1.25  1.25  1.70  1.70  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.70  1.25  1.52  1.2.1  1.2.1  Is now able to supply the town and district with  a first-class quality of Draught and Bottle  BEER  Draught Beer at 50c, per gallon.  Bottle Beer at $10 per Barrel.  ukiikks -A* ������������: _m*t .it hi mm. s ii.tiii:rv.  wail oKUKit!'  PKonniv uti:vih:i������ to.  R. RIESTERER, Prop.   ; 93  TABLE  Showing the lliilex I riii<---<- ol'I'ourls <>r  o. .isoi/e, M*l I'rlus, Oyer ami Terminer, ami ('eiieral Vuiil Ilclivcry I'or Hie  Vear is'tr.. - '" .  Sl'RfNG ASSIZES.  Nanaimo   .Tuesday   ....7th May  New  Westminster  .Tuesday   ...llth May  Vancouver��������� ���������- ..  .Tuesday   ....21st May  Clinton   ."Monday ���������  ...27lh May  Victoria   .Tuesday   .. .28lh May  Kamloops   .Monday    3rd June  Vernon    Monday   ...10th June  -"Donald...:'   .Friday   ..llth June  'Nelson '.  ..\\ ednesday..  ...19th June  FALL ASSIZES.  Clinton Thursday .20th' September  Richfield Monday.. .30th September  Kamloops Monday 7th October  Vernon Monday:' 14th October  Lytton Friday llth October  New Westminster...Wednesday.lithNovember  Vancouver Monday...llth November  V ictoria :" ... .Tuesday... lilth November  Nanaimo Tuesday. ..-..th November  "Special Assize. . 117  ���������We handle everything in the grocery and pro  vision line. If I here is anything you want not  on this list write for quotation. Tkas from  10c. per lb.   Samples sent free on application.  TMtM- :   Cash Willi Order.  llefer-iiee���������Bank ok Mkitish Coi.umhia.  ���������j-remaine Steam Slffi M&  THE LATEST PRACTICAL MINING  MACHINE NOW PERFECTED   (IliglicMl Award nt World'* Fair -IiIciiko.)  The liinchine consists of a Two Stamp Prospecting Mill, and is capable of mitiinj*-  through Six Tons per dien:. The entire plant consists of Boiler, Steum Pump  and Copper Tables. Weight, 2,800 pounds. It is built in sections which can be  taken apart and easily transported by pjick animals. These Mills can be erected  and placed in running order at from ������2,000 to $2,500, according to locality. Full  particulars from  _ __M. S. DAV_Y8,JBQUE AGENT^______  ISTEI-SO'-Sr,   _3���������   c.  Among all the mining machines and oppliances shown at the World's Columbian  Exposition there was nothing which excited more interest and favorable comment  than the Tbemaine Steam Stamp Mill in 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 ware  astonished to learn that such a machine had been in successful operation for over  two years iu the extreme noitli-westein part of the United States. (9)  NOTICE.  J. H: BR0WNLEE  MINING BROKER.  m  .VICTORIA. B. C.  18  S. GINTZBURGER,  PROP.  Vancouver.  COKDOYA   STREET,  ' P. 0. Box 500.  N. B.���������Where not otherwise specified prices  are the same whether you buy th  PACKAGE Or BY  a single piece.  le   UNUKOKEN*  tub eoUND, by the dozen or by  81  NOTICK is hereby given that the undermentioned respective amounts will ho  paid as bounty for the head of every panther,  or wolf coyote killed in a settled district of the  Province on the certilicate of a Just ice of the  Peace thatsuch animal was killed in a settlement, and thai the head was produced to and  destroyed by him. namely :���������_ . ,   .,,  For each  panther, seven dollars  and  llfty  cents ($7.50). ' -  For each wolf, two dollars (S2.00).  For each eoyol e, one dollar ($1.00).,  Hy Command.  JAMES BAKKlt,  Provincial Secretary.  ARCHER MARTIN,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  o  .S'.' ������'l������VKK\*Hi:.\T .V-HKi;.,  over Hank of Monirenl.  VICTORIA. B.C. CANADA.   ������ ,������      ��������� 87  voiiii:.  Provincial Secretary's Ollice,  .(2G) 22nd August,  ���������VTOTICE is hereby  _i>     afterdate 1. the  lSJl.  THE MINER caD be obtained from  the following agents : " :-  Viotoria, The Province Publishing Co.  Va-n'Couvek, The News Stand, Hotel Vancouver,  New Denver, Messrs. Armit & Rashdall.  RosstjAXd, Keefer & Hall.  Pilot Ba_, Gilker & Wells.  Kaslo, Kennedy & Porter.  Nelson, Turner Bros.,   Gilbert Stanley  aud the  HDIEE PEIN1ING & PUB. 00., Ltd.  CHARLES S. RASHDALL,  Mining Broker.  Conveyancing, * Notary Public  Mining  Abstracts.  Complete lists of existing Mininglocationt  NEW DENVER, B. C.  Qich's Corner  VANCOUVER, B. C  Buxton & Rodney  ���������WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL���������  ������TOBACCONISTS  given that thirty days  undersigned, intend to  apply lo the Stipendiary Magistrate - to sell  wines and liquors by retail at my hotel to be  called.The Seven Sisters, situate on the road  from Uo-Q-ltind to Northport.  HERMAN ],. A. KKLLEK.  Rossland, 13. C...-  March 9th, 190.5.  ������  Kslalill������l������������riSC'..  HENRY SHORT <_. SON,  GUNMAKERS  Anil  liii|M>rl<--������ <>r i.uws. Kllle������, AmiiiUBl-  lion ofalt KIihI-. IIFIkIiIiik Tackle  | In lire al Variety.  I  i 7I> l������OI I'l.tS STKKKT.  VKTOKIA, It. V.  S3  Agents  for the celebrated L.  & CO.  (Loewe & Co.) B. B. li.', and other best  English Briar Root Pipes.-  mi mm:.  A large stock of *' OWN MAKE" Pipes j  Tobaccos of all kinds aud . all smoker's j  requisites kept on baud. .   ,  j *p     C. CAMPBELL-JOHNSTON    "  of Swansea, India, and the United SUtei  METALLURGIST. ASSAYER,  AND M-N'IXG ENGINKEK  -OI.NTKY  Oltlll-KS   BV IMIST PKOMITLY  ATTK-tiUEIt TO.  THE  TRADE  SUPPLIED.  j Properties reported on. All assays undertaken  ! Furnaces and concentrating plants planned  I and erected. Treatment for ores given. Ore*  i      bought and. sold.  Box 40, VmconYer, B.0 ���s ~'-^-v-/a:;
of Montreal.
Education Ofkick.
; Victoria, May 1st, 1895. ,
"VTOTTCB is hereby given that the annual ex-
-LT-"! amination of candidates for eertilicates
of Qualification to leach in the Public Schools
of the Province will be held as follows, com
niencin8 on Wednesday, July 3rd, at 9 a. in.:���
Victoria.v. In South ParK School Building.
Vancouver In High School Uuilding.
Kamloops In Public School Jiiiildiiig.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty
days before tho examination. stating the class
and grade of certificate for which he will bo a
candidate, the optional subjects selected, and
at, which of tho above named places ho will
Every notice o/int/ntion to be an npplicuntimist
be accompanied with satisfactory testimonial
of moral character.
Candidates are notified that, all ot the above
requirements must be fullilled before their applications can ho liled.
All candidates for First Class, Grade A, Certificates, including Graduates, must attend in
A'ictoria to take the subjects prescribed for
July 13th and loth instants, and to undergo
required oral examinations.
131 >       Superintendent of Education.
.APITAl/(nil iml-l iti)|, $l-,04M),oeO
It EST,       ....       li, 000,000
Sir DO-TALD A. SMITH President
Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMONU,. ..Vice President
K. S. C LOUSTON. General Manager
Mesloii Brauch: N. W. Comer Baker and
Stanley Streets.
Branchcs in London (England), New York and
Chicago and in the principal cities in Canada.
liuy and  sell  Sterling  Exchange nnd Cablr
Grant comincrical arid traveller's credits, available in any part of the world;
Glotb.no, (Rents'
_ carry (lie. largest stock in (hose lines west, of Montreal nnd .-ire I here-
foi'e alilt. lo compete with any House in the Trade,
Drafts issued; Collections made; Etc.
Page Ponsford Bros.
lluxtliigK Street, Vancouver, II, ������
Such as Christy's Hats, Dents
& Fowne's Gloves, Dr. Jaeger's
Cartwright& Warner's Underwear, Scotch Rugs, Flannel,
Matting and Crepe Shirts,
Trousers, etc., etc.
Kate of interest at present 3 per cenl.
^mcii bum. hxtractjiig Co., Limited.
Willi I
COStS f)i' ll'CM.L-
T.    H.    CALL AND
521 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER B. 0.
I'urreNlioii'leiive Solicited.        121
iW-VOM vhjlVin-7-,,CH'-]lioi,f ������'-"'���- '"���'l ^i.yku Oves for (rci'meid, and
lit-UiNOMX    combined   with BIG    liVI'l! At "I'lOV-  ���r      *-'''-m'-1.''���*''''
���hould send samples for mil. tesTs and fi, ��� ho     , ",&' J o   ^'^  '
ment to the Experimental Works of the Company; acld,-e_-e?l
W.   RELLEW-HARVEY,    F.   C.   S.
^"-A._DsTOO"Cr^r_E_R_   _B.   C
Tho tVo'cs",-V��"itii Tn>icli K��. Is' I3_sefc by All
.Sorts nnd Coii'ditions, of Men���It Is a
"Business Wliei-i" --uc.il Khowloilffo of Hti-
. i_-iii .Niitiir. Js _!-c.ssury;;'v <,'.    ''.'."."'"
"Oh,   my  goodness   gracious,   .Siiki;.?
jilivo! That's horrid.   AVhy, I. wouldn't
-give a picturo liko  that to one of
fneiuls for worlds.'' :;,.���..;
"But,  "..if*- Blank, ,you . forget
tliis isdiily a;])i��.of. ",:    '���-.'',���./'��� _
"A.prouf, is it'' And'what wore you
trying to prove by making mo look like
that? .That I iij'V.lQP;y.(-iii's';'bl(l.,or-.."hti"i;
been 'thiOiigii afavor beforo tho picturo
was 'taken':"' '.v.'. '"'--���
**-\rif*s Ulan!;, I think yon aro a... I it I Jo
S.ttlcmetil. id' the .liairiloljii School Question.''.
.."..,'���������'' '.-'.'.Ilim (iir fke 'ISiuiks.
rl '���'.-', I I
. O. box 69.
Union Steamsbin Co.,B. C, Lfl.
,':'S, 15., corner 'Baker1 nnd 'Josephine streets,
NELSON,]li. C.    '���'' ���'"
Loans negotiated on Nelson proper
B. C
In Chambers. ���
His Honor AV. Noicman Bole,
Local Judge.
A. Lincoln Davenport,  Plaintiff.
.Cuajclks IIussev, Defendant. .
Upon reading the allidavit of Horace M.
Davenport, sworn th.'ath day of April, I8!)5, the
writ of summons for service out of the Jurisdiction issued the 28th day of February, A. D.
1895, the order of the Honourable Mr. Justice
Crease dated the 2.th day of February,
1895, for leave to issue the said writ, and the
notice proposed to be served, and upon hearing-
Mr. Shaw.of Counsel for the I'laiiilill'.
IT IS ORDERED that the Plaintiff be at
liberty to serve a notice of writ in lieu of service of the writ of 28th February, 1895, for service out of the Jurisdiction, by publishing a
copy of this order and a copy of the said notice
in the British Columbia Gazette in one issue
thereof and iii "The Miner" newspaper published in Nelson, B. C., for three successive issues
thereof, and in a newspaper published in the
town of'Wallace,'in thc State of Idaho, United
States of America, or in the newspaper published nearest the said town of Wallace for
three successive issues and by mailing a copy
of this order and the said notice by registered
letter addressed to the said Defendant, at the
gaid town of Wallace in the State of Idaho.
service as aforesaid be good and sullicient service of the notice of said writ.
the costs of this application be costs in the
leaves C. P. R. Wharf daily (Sundays excepted)
at 1:15 p.m. Cargo at Union S.S. Co.'s wharf
until 11 a.m.
leaves daily (Monday excepted) at 8 a.m,
Vancouver iui-1 *Vortli-rii,Settlements.
S.S. Comox leaves U. S.S. Wharf every Monday at 11 a.m., for Port Neville, calling at all
way ports, returning Wednesday, and on
Thursday at 11 a.m. for all points as far as
Shoal Bay, returning Saturday. Cargo at Company's Wharf until 9 a.m.
Leave Moodyville���7, 9, 11:15 a. in., 2*:'0, 1:'60
.', Leave Vancouver���8, 10:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:30, 5:30
_3TSteamers and Scows always available for
Excursion, Towing and Freighting Business.
Storage Accommodation on Co.'s Wharf.
IV. I'. KUTI.Vt', -Iniiiicer. I
Telephone 91. P. O. Box 771. I
Collections made.   Conveyancing documents d
Town Lots Lands and'Mining Claims .Handled on Qommissioii.
rawn ni'
's Bay
Deals only in First-class Goods and Sells a<
the Lowest Price.
Just Eeceived a Large Consignment of Im
ported and Domestic Cigars.
Special attention is  directed to Good
Cooking Butter at 15c. and Condensed Mill
r canning) 8 cans for $1.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that William
J3I, Springer and Amadans II. Sonnerinann
have liled thc necessary papers arid made application for a Crown Grant in favor of, the
mineral claim No. 1, situated in the Trail Creel-
Mining Division of West, Kootonnv.
Dated this 20th day ot April, 1895.
British Columbia
Law Stamp.
50 CENTS. ,
L. .1.
Entered Vancouver Registry April 27, 1895.
A. 15. BECK, D. R.
���    COLUMBIA.
  1895 D No.
A. Lincoln Davkni'out, Plaintiff.
',;.: .   - and
., Charles IIussev, Defendant.
TO CHARLES HUSSEY of Wallace, in thc
State of Idaho, one of the United States of
TAKE NOTICE that A. Lincoln Davenport
of the City of Kaslo in the Province, of. British
Columbia has commenced an action against
you. Charles Hussey, in the Supreme Court of
British Columbia by writ of tbat Court dated
.the 28th clay of February, A. \). 1895, which
writ is endorsed as follows :���
N. B.   This writ is to be served within twelve
calendar months from the date thereof or if
,. renewed within six calendar months from the
date of the last'renewal including the day of
such date and not afterwards.
The Defendant may appear hereto by entering an appearance, either personally or by'
-. solicitor al the oflice'"of the District Registrar
of this Court ut Vancouver, 11. C, out of which
this writ is issued.
N. B. This writ is to be used where the Defendant or all the Defendantsor one or iiiore I'e-
fendant or Defendants is or are out of thejuris-
1 diction. When the Defendant to be served is
not a British subject and is not in British Dominion, notice of the writ and not the writ
itself is to be served upon him. The I'lnintifl's
claim is to have an account taken of what is
due him for principal, interest and costs on a
mortgage dated Ihe.th day of December, A. J).
1890, made between Charles Hussey of the first
part and the .Spokane National Hank- of the
second part, which siid mortgage was duly
assigned io the I'lainlilfbv deed bearing date
the llth day of .September, A. U. 1S9I, and that
the mortgage ma; be enforced bv foreclosure
��� or sale And the sum of .-'0.00 (or such sum as
may be allowed on taxation for costs.)
df the amount be paid to the Plaintiff .or'his
Solicitor or Agent within four days from the
service hereof, further proceedings will be
And you are required within thirty days after
the recei-t of this notice, inclusive of the dav
of such receipt to defend the said action by
causing an appearance to be entered for you in
the said'Court in thc said action, and in default
of year so doing the said A. Lincoln Davenport
may proceed therein and judgment may be
given in your absence.
V'ou may appear to the said writ by entering
. an appearance p-i-oniilly or by. your solicitor
at the oflice of the District Registrar of this
Court at Vancouver, U. C.
-     CHARLES W. McANN,- '
of Front Street,   '
_,    ' Kaslo. B. C.
Solicitor for A. Lincoln Davenport. 132
 ���..- ..--_.--ai,y  papers arid made application for a Crown Grant *-  '
���!  ' -'        ���-    -   ijtuaiod j-
 ... .. est, Kootenay.
Adverse claimants, if any, must forward their
objections within GO days from the date of this
Dated Nelson, B. C,
18th April, 1895.
. 11��      .Gov't Agent.
To Creditors lu the Matter of the l*stale t>r
.loliii.Siiii'loii, |>cveii_eil.
���I'll'-    liisiiraucc    I'olir.v   Act.    IS!��,".."   As
Ami'mleil  hy   llie  ".'ire   Insurance
Volir.v .Xiih'ikIiih'uI Act. is'l.V
-���Vf-OTICE-IS-HEREBY-G IVENtl"at"Till per-"
J3I sons having claims against the estate of
John Sandon, late of the District of West
Kootenay, deceased, who died on or about the
9th day of February, A. D: 1893, are r��*tuired
on or before the oth .day of "Juno, A. D. 1805, to
send by post, prepaid to thc undersized, a
statement "in writing containing their full
,names, addresses, descriptions and full particulars ot their claims and the nature of tliesecuri-
ties.if any, held by them.
GIVEN that, after such last mentioned date
thc Executor will proceed to distribute the assets ef tho said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims
of which notice shall have been received, and
the said Executor will not be liable for I he said
assets, or any part thereof, to any person of
whose claims he has not received notice at the
time of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson, B. C. the 3rd day of Mav,
A. I'. 1895. - .      -        "
J. 11. BOWKS,
Nelson, B. C.
Solicitor for JosKi'ii Hktiikkinoton,
Executor of the Estate of John S;i
128 Deceased.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that His Honour
-*-' the Lieutenant-Governor in Council lias
;further.postporied the commencement of ���" An
Act to "secure ���Uniform Conditions:in Policies of
Fire Insurance," from.tbe 1st day of April, lS'J-l,
until tU'-lsfc day of July, 1895.,/;.' ���''.'���'..'
"'������;'. Y;y:'Y\ Y ^.'--������ JA_.IES_BA.KER,1.'';' .,Y
Provincial Secretary's Oflice,
28th February, 1S95.
Hunting, Survey, Prospecting
������TH E. SliW,    l*AST-
OaDbe^GHAKTEKED b^day^rwee]-
on :-������ rertsonab-fe. .terms:'; Orders sent
:trough tho: pursers'��� ot 'the steambcints
Nelson* or: Ainsworth, 'v with whom si-'-
raugemeuts canbe mndft, or by- in'ml. or
telegraph to C'. \"A Busk, Balfour, .wilJ:
receive; proinpt atteiit'p-.v.o.?.". >i(19)
"u;i*3< t-���
ItSIII.AX'!' and ---
4-O-I.IISSIO''- ._��-|-\T.
Columbia &
In Kllec' .HniKla.v, ..;�����'; 2;��i;.. IS!i:.,
E:   C* ARTHUR, A.M., M.D.,       . "
..-,;���,;.���'-���. ��� ,- .; ������:'���"" ���'.-"", -    v- ���..���������.���    ,',;   _-.-
v- ;PHYStCl"A^*,;ETC.   :;: '*:   --
�� '' Oflioe over Nelson Drugstore,
^"���."-���; ' -. �� .���"_ -'.���:���    i VV -St Baker street, ��� :. '    -
Night calls nt residence'^ con
and -lanicy streets.   ' '���'���.'._
- . is- n'orliiuf,' J.mt n
���pr'ooJ', iiurt:;!! oi' tlioso (lark shadows and
liard liuesv.'ilJ lK)'toiJ(!d,<lo*.vn. 1 admit,
as it is,.in (loo.�� not (loyoii justice"���-'.'.-
"Jnstica?: Well, I siioulc! saj'liot.r'lc
ain't very concoitod nbonfc liiy-looks, but,
if  I thoui-ht  I was .as hideous as tluifc
picture makes ine I'dyWoar. �� niask.."iJ   ���
Tiiis.dii Hubstanoe, is a dialogue iii a
photofe'-aph  gallery a few flays ago.    A
woman had "come in tbseo Jier'p.bpfs, "
anrl tiie clerk linii   bliindly liauded the
cause,,of *:tU  tlio   eonmiotiou  over  tho
showcase,   behind   which   sho   had   in-
��� treuclred hei'.selt',   Tlio ohstouiei', or "subject," as  tlio photograpliers. term their
patrons, was mad  as soon   as she saw
the proof. ������.Bui; the  diplomacy of the
youns; 'woiiian    bcluhd    tlio   showonso
:would Ii'iive fjivoii poin ts to a jioJitician.
She was thoroughly in earnesfc or confi-
dcutial or Ijiendjy or a little   bit   troubled, all in one breath.   It was apparont
that she liad been' th-i'o before, and she
demonstrated   that   she   was   well -acquainted with  the premises.    And sho
was trutJii'nl. ���   She knew that it wasn't
fair to jud^e the plate hyi the proof, and,
v,'hat'is more, she sueeeeded in convincing tho subject- that this was tho case.
." \'ory,;well, Miss   Blank," . sho said;
when tho ariiiosplicre had cleared somewhat "���-' .Vo will flriisli���s'onio' of  tliein,'.
aiid, yon bonio in and see 'em; and  if
you;feol (lien :is yon do liow.wo won't
ask you totako-'em. "^ ���'���������'
���:���; As tho .door  closed tho 'cleric  rearranged spiiio photogi'aplis,of party'gowns,"
on   tho  slioweaso,. looked    awa)*:into
space i'or tii'exvnioiiients and inui'iiiured;.:
'cOh, bumiuie,���'' and then went baeic and i t
thrust   he?: bead -into^tho^pol-ebonbetJ!
contriyaiieev.-horG slio was-in.'ikihg ugly
people look  a'dittlo dess Vso,; aiid 'there:,
was.silenco ���iii tho room.",������: -Y '':: -,    v '���.���
':���:   ''Do you hay;, many,cases of -thafc kiiid
tohaiulle?" thaphotographerwasasketl.
��� ������.;'*;Wol].;-iO,'-i'iibtiiianjy; Gf.coursojihero
���are some peoplo who aro bound to  kick
,anyway. : But*! have noticed that: such
oharaeters.'have iiiore self conceit than
they; arc entitled to; We have alhkiuds
of peoplo to handle..'': And.ti:en follows
-ed;ali ttlo'dissertatiou: which .wqnld interest subjects, and parlienhu'ly.thc w.o-
hi.en, who: havo ever tried aiid;infond to
-try conclusions, witli the camera.^ Tbe
stock reniai'lfcwhich at some finio ueai^
���ly-everyjSnbjeo.. utters as'sho comes ih-
~to the pi'eseiiec pf the cainei'a cyelops ,is
��� th.iit. she  had   ''about .as"soou: have a
tooth pulled' as to have a 'picture taken.''���;���
But that time honored platitude has lit-"
tie excuse fur O-xisteJice nowadays, said
theI photographer, because, in all of tho
���lies't galleries pictures tiro take!) by short
exposure, which 4s;practio:*dly iustanta-
ueous. Tlio people \\-hb know more about
photography and tho  art ''of  getting.a
good:, likeness  than- does'- the 'operator
often cause��� Iiim. some tuinoj'aiico,and ;V
good deal of amusemeut   .',"*'   V ;���;. . -"
'k. '���'In   deciding  *apoii,.���a poso  foi* "the
face, ��� 'eon tinned tlieiibotographcr, "wa.
must cxereiso great care.  In the few sec-,,
oil ds^at^eHHi'v-rtu^-CiA-^rtflfhT3^bjt5cif
Itsalisi'acfory to read iii Biadstreet's .
the; I'ollowiiig notices .'"mm the chief
cities of lilc Dominion. . Toronto.- Tlie
im pi <-vem"feiit..iii -t r fide previously ��� repbrted
eontiniics. "���Mbhtre'nl:.*L;.-.,A;. general im-,:
imiveiium t.'in" trade circles , is noted the
past week. ������-,;������ ���-���'-.��� ���:������<������
<.    ���    .-,'.���'���������'���' .'.' ....'���'���.
���: A I'oi'riial applicalion has been made to
the AUoniey-Crenei'al bt'Oiitnrio for- leave
lo appeal tbe: 1 lendei'slH-ltjiiiurder c'rise.
Thedale for ...lho. exceTilion of the condemned mciris .ftine .1.8.   ,, . , -
. Tlr.'piilico delachment lor the Yukon-:
eouiitry   leaves  Ottriwii about.'the : 2,Lst;-:
inst.     ���Inspector  Constantine will, beiu
charge; Surgeon   Wills"accompanies the '
party, wliioh will enter the Yukon region
via tlieOhileat route.      ''."f. :    ':.
One hundred and sevenfy-lliree Chinese
paid ..Hid.poll tax Just mouth,, boiug a de- "
crease of hvelvo; :,   *: :;; ���-.:   ":   '\:V:/f^
"���-���. It is stated that, the coniproinise'ny the
-lanitobasohool question will; take the.; .
fbrin of asaggestion to adopt Hie Qu-
tan'o school system, text, books 'hutbor-
'izecj by7 proviiicecand,.teachers propei'iy
fluidified.     '\ : a
Last week some fanatics at St. John's,
Newfoiiiidlund,1 eirciibiled a rumotii- that
.the" Bardc  of Montr-eid   bad   suspended..:;.
Ail'airs are in an unstable 'position in the :
colony arid lhe excited   people are; ready
to jump at any rumour..  Conseapenily. a\
run oil ,tlie banks took place,   which kept
the cashiers busy  paying out gold..: The;;
bank   officials   took  the matte.  calmly,
knowing fhni; they   hadjeiioiigli; gold iu  '..'.
sloc,l*';lo;i!iee,t all   upssible demands and
it was only a iiuestion (if time before the
ebbiug tide turned and ;the current -be-,. ,
gun to llow inwards again.
Cripple Creek,   Colo,,: -May'"13,--Jack
Smith, the famous leader of the Brill Mill
miner... was shot and'killed... In.' marshal;
Jack Kelly of   Altmau   this 'afternoon.;
The marshal also  shot;"George. Popst, a
ininei',who -.vas with Smith.   Tlie shooting created Trreign of rterror in the great
gold   camp.     Thp: miners ;:tbreateii   to
avenge the death  of 'their-, late war cap-
lain andall the saloons have b'eeu closed
in V'ictpr and Alt man.������ Martial law. has
practically been declared." /Acts of: violence are expected at.any moment,   i
; Bast uiglit; Jack; Smith  shot but all the;:
lights in;'the'-OToley saloon in Victor. This
aoruing-:he :was   an-estedyand;: phiced^.,
binder"boiitls.f-'.As soon as he was released
,ho,;weut do; Altmaii,   the" -liner'*' camp,.
and  proceeded   .to ���'terrorize tbe"; iuLiabi-3;
tants.;Al;iishal Kelly ordered him but of :
tfjwii.   Jack Smithopeiied fire and 'Popst.
stb()d-by  hiui.,Kelly j-eturned" the ,lite ;:
and shot; down. both  men, escaping iu- ,
juryliitiis'-lfi' ���'��� ���..'','-���.���'   -,A: ;������,'-:" o'"',',:-';<:;i:
- - Smit-h's-������ friends swearrthat  they: will-
avenge his death.   The o wildest excite-:
nient;; preydls.;    Eyei'y   weapon",  to tbe ,,
found is "being coutiscated  by the civil"'
autboritiea   : ��� ���'".   "-YY ���������"���'���.'..'"-"���'��.:'.'!'.':'.
vnciV of -y;ietori
v'?/-_S^V^"%. ���'.'
I'.KVDi.sroKi; i-oi
l^j a vi
I'K Si
eaiiier ''l.vduii.
leaves Kevelstoke, southbound, Tuesdays
and Kridays at I a. in. I'm* all points in West
Kocitenay'aiid the south.
Leaves Hobson.; norllibouiid, Wcflnosdays
and Saturdays at S p. in. I'or all ii-ints cast ��nd
west via the C. 1'. It..
SOU I'll I'll 111'   KOI Ti:.^SI<:illl!
Leaves Northport. northbounil,
j and Saturdays al I \>. in.
!������  "l,.Vlll��ll."
Southern Division, District of
West Kooteimy.
"    ��� SOLE K'K.VTS FOK -
Brinsinead &' Nordheimer Pianos."
Dixon, Borgeson & Co.'s Show Cases.
Self Opening Bags,- Wrapping Paper and
-  Twine.
,.,   .Leaves Itobson, _outhbbu_id.*"T,uc-days and
I -Fridays at (i p. in. -    ;,       - >_.   . = *' .;''"
;   'Stages run in connection with steamer froiri
: Trail.Creek Landing tollossland.,       a  - ���
'.SleaiiK^r Xclson."
��:!    ieaves Nelson for Kaslo. Tuesdays at 5.30 p.
!j in_, Wednesdays at i V- in., 'rimrsd'ays at-5.30 p..
!��� ii_-t Saturdays at" u:_0  p:   ni.-.'-Connectiiiij-oip
",'i TTr-esdiiys,-���Thursdays'- and. Saturday.. .:with N.
!; _-."?... S. Ry.for ICasio andLakc points..:
"iUeaves .Kaslo for'Nelso,ii,; "llondays-at 1 a. in.'.';
TWcdiiesdays at la.,m.,. Thursdays at Sul'i-'.
IPlridays-at t.a. ni. \Cuniiectin_; on "Mondays,".
Wednesdays and Fridays with'_*"..-& h\ S. lly.
Sor Spokane. ;'..-..'���'-.-        _ '". ;..-:.���'
Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay
'"���.___*hv_,y at Xclsou'for points north and soiilf?.
assessed  value
"������~�����������������."���������~__.^__^_i. _iub_, vrun
.jierfect ease to-wearer, than by all other
. tie vires ."in bincd. Th.y lotain largest
Rupture tinder severe-1. strain. A system of fitting has tjeen perfected the
last 85 yeara. fully equal to personal
examination >>r mail. 27 patents
to overcome r>V~ Cf-l?IUI
IU.book free l-'t'TUKIVl
1H -Unc BUW..Toronto,
- Take notice that J. F. Ritchie, as
Agent for Alfred Beamer, has filed the
necessary papers and made application
tor a Ci'o,\vn Grant in favor of tlie
Minei-iU Claim ''Gertrude" situated in
the  Iran   Greek .Mining   Division  of
More C-"RES
have been ef- , ,,~     ^ r-      ,
fected by my I West Kootenav
Trusses, with
Adverse claimants, if anv. must file .
their objections with mc within GOdays :
tiom the date nf this publication of"
the J-iitish Columbia CJazette.
"BOSXEK'S I'KKICV UWI I'.;.���Sir.  ������M-U��n."
Leaves N'olson i'or Conner's Ferry. ..CMondaj'-i
L-and Fridays at_.'<)a. ni.    ;
Leaves Kaslo for --.Bonner's Ferry,- Manila \'s
and Fridays at .a. in. -    ���
Leaves J{onner*s Ferry for Pilot Bay. Nelson,
-'"Artiswojrth and Jvaslo on-'Tuesday, and Satu'r-
���days-it 2 a. m. . ,
'     Connects ivilh east and  ^-b-tbound trains mi
' the Great Xorthern Itail.way.
'Tbe riijht is reserved lo change this scliedule
'-at any time -without notice.
N*.   KlTZSTrnuy, ;'    ,for tickets, rates,  etc.. apply at Companys
Dated Nelson, B. C. Gov't -Wiit   ."oll-c��.-NeI*'On-
May (ith, ISC __. .14 *   ���- 1 'T. ^*^-'etao.. J* ^- "�������������-���".
---^ acccircliiiifi* with lho Statutes,
that Provincial Heveruie Tax and ajl
| taxes levied under' thc "Assessment
Act/'are now duo for' the year ISOo. -All
of llie ilium- named taxes. colhH-tible
within (hi! Soul hern Divj.ion of Ihe
Disln'c 1/ q]l 'Vest ivootenaj*, are now
payalilo at mj- oli'ice.    .
Assessed Taxes art. collectible at
following rates, viz:���
It' paid on or before June Witli, lSitt���
One-half of one pur cent, on real property. " ���
-  Two'per cent, on the
of' wild hind.-
One-third r>f one per cent,,  on  personal property. ���
Une-half of one per cent, on  ineoiue.
II paid after' Juii_*:.0tli, IS!Jo���
Twii-thiid..   of
proper ty.
Two and   one-half per cent.,
a-sessed value ofwihl laiul.
One lialf "f one ji^r cent, on pt.-rsonal .
property. ;
Three-lburihs  of   one
Pi-m inoi.d revenue tax. j��;:j for every
iiniie poison over IS years.
O. ( "
one per- cent,  on real
on the
pei-   cent,   on
Mana-jci. '��� Kaslo, January __0th, 1-95.
1, DENNIS,,;'"'; ���
'Assessor- and Collector.
awo uinst fleci(ln(provided, of course, wo
(ire filloy.'eij to, decide) what position of
the face"will givo tho best: likeness.    It
is ti'tro of almost every body thatone side
of tliofaco is tpiico'inarl; .'dly'bettoi' look-,
iiiytliiui  tho, qrlier, iiiid for thfs reason
conipai'ativeiy few fu 11 face or froilt view
j-hotoS  are ,,talcen.0 But soiaetiniesbwo
have to deal .vit-h" indiyiduajs wdio iii-i
sisi; npoii a pose of the face that Is'-"(lis-;,
tinctly liad.: Nptdoii-- ago a certuiii'iiian
camo to 1110 with  tho; protograph, of" ;v
friend'.yliicli^showed; ;thd lace in :o!ear
profile.   cHo said ho wanted al photo of
himself.In' exactly that position.-   It to
^happehed'thi't theluodel-\yhiqli Iio'.suli--
Witter!,���hail an  tunisiially good prohld,
and consequently tlio;picture WsCfqnite
liil'eotivo.,.'".". But-my .siibIeqt\s,profik)'.M-iss
faulty. .'-'liia.iod heliad a noso 'aswas a,:
l.'Oi-'el VI- It v.'as"gigantic. ,, I  saw right;
iiy/a *��� t!i::r :. ; ../do of I.is,fade would be
'lUiyihing   bn. llatterhig  to; the owner,'
and I ti-iedto bi'eak,;ifc toIrini gently.;'""�����
���_" 'But, 'jhe said, 'yea admit that this"
is a jihp'phofo, aiid I know thtit thelike-,
ijess   is  Cxcelleiit.   AViiy can't -you get
*'?..samoresnlts i'rbni liiy face? I,tjiiiik
I.ani quite <isgood looking as lie is; don'-,
you?'*���'"���":'..-.-'-' ������'-.,,:'���-��� ' ������"-" '-.'���' ':"'";��� Y ".*: '-';";
: -'���'" 'That isn't tlio point,:' said��I, be-,
cause I didti't want" to "hurt thQ;.maii's
feelings..; .'You .know that no ..two- faces
are alike,-and I" am only telling you that
-a profile is iiot your best,yiow..'*'- ";������--"  .
"-   ','. B at Ji e ivasii't satisfied: and insisted,
oii.a profile, so rather than "anger him
.I took that-view  of -his face audfafter-
iWai'droiio which -1  thought was'bettor.';
The -next,  day hocaiue -iu.- to- see** his
proofs.;   I showed Iiiiii the prbfilo fifsfc
There w-tis no:,ov*e*.'l;ookiiig���that nose. ; ItJ
loomed up like Mount Tom from Smith's
'Ferry.  I pitied the .poor chap.   He look-,
ed iip'f'roni the Droof at:me, add said:   ';
,   ";'Good:;i_o-.;yi Do I:Io6kiike;that?^ .a
. "'Tiie camera doesn't lie abDnts-a'ch
^things,' .'���_'-'replied,", lit.- the; same ,'thrie
������handiiig him the other .proof   Ele looked
a good , deal, relieved when  he saw the.
second proof..   But  I c6uld;see that.ho.
was. badl*. ibored; abotit* tha'tiiose:   lie.
looked at. first one and   then "tlie other,
proof .for �� a  minute.;   Then he handed
both back to hie "and said iii adramble
tone,,,;, Yon ...iiay'deyeloptjle othe_bHe..':
And Ijdidn ,,ueed to he told, which was
the 'other one.' ''���Springfield.Republican." .'.    :"^ "" '���"--'  - ���
.Ma diihx Hdusi-:.���Jasper ICing, John
Mel tale, Uossland: W. D? P'itcaii'ii,
S'ei-niin: <-lias. .loote, A'ictoria; Jim-
Bell. John I'lnek.
,Xi*Lsi>_\ JloTiiL.���O. \\". Busk, Balfour: (i. Slaner, BnlTalo; ,.\V. Springer,
New Deliver: K. li. A. Miller, Sjiokane;
.1. \Y. Prescott. Vaneouver: 0. Wordsworth. IMi-.- ii'tid Mrs. Binney and
family. (!)) 1 Jvorpool, ling.; C. JNlcad,
Idaho: J. Fielcher. Forty-nine Creek;
James; Mack, I\ossIa,nd: .1. W. Graham, San Francisco: ,1. Robillai'd;
PiiAtu MoTi-i,.���C. Black, Spokane;
.Alls. -Iot.uiiin, New .Denver; li. H.
Toiiilinson, Slocan: L. Al. Travel's,
Spokane: S. Standon, Northport: M^rs.
.,   ,  I'nian,
Geo.-  Alexander.'   11.   Pitn,
������:   S.   S.
Vancouver: S. S. Peterson, Nakusp:"
\V. AV. I'edniond, Victoria: D. Me-
liwen, jMontreal; F. S. Belton, Toronto;
C..'!. -McMaslers, Vancouver: P. Cur-
sont. Triiil; A.M.. Otter. Spokane; .1.
Ilislop, I'.. W. L'owen, A. AV. Smith,
Northport: II. C. Benton, Spokane.
Tlie" ISiirucd Winsrate House. ^
..   Another link to tho earlier history of ''
this country has gdno through tho destruction by lire of the historic Wiugato
houso at Stratliani, I". H.    It was originally the homo of Pay no AVingate, -who
was   United  States   senator  for  New   .'
Hampshire at tlio time of tho Washington ' inauguration.    Tho late Robert C.
Winthi'op   used  to .tell of his visiting
Mr. V/ingate in IS.'.O, when tho sonator
was almost   100  years old and was at
that  time  tho oldest  living  graduate
of  Harvard   college.    Tho  collcgo*tvas
then celebrating its   two hundredth anniversary, and   Mr.  Winthrop went up
to Stnitham to get  somo  now facts ro-
gaidiug the early history of the institution.  Among other things Mr. Wingate
told him of his dining with Washington   -���
in   Now   York  on April   30, 1779, the
day  of   the president's   inauguration.
Tho house was owned last   by. the Hon.
J..C. A-. Wingate, grandson of the old
senator, who  has  served with distinction, .especially in the diplomatic service in China.���.Independent. *
The' Death Penalty In Kansas.
Tho criminal code of Kansas provides
>ir the infliction of tho death   penalty,
but it guards it-with such peculiar pro- -
visions as to inako  it, practically inoperative.   The p'enalty cannot be inflicted
except   by the   immediate ordor of  the   -
governor of   the state, given at his discretion.  There aro now in the state pen-.
itentiaries over 200 persons under sentence  of  death.    They are liable to be
hanged any day under an order from the
governor.  But since the law was passed
no governor has ever ordered a hanging.
The -"e-w Woman's Cigarette.
The latest thing "in the cigarette of
the New York fashionable woman is to
^lave it made to' order, with her name
and address thereon, so far has she
strayed from the secrecy with which a
few years ago she began to smoke-
New York Journal..


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