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 J.'--**--.  ,c__.-"i;j*<i.,  ^���������S^-'ra*^-���������-*���������*-  'K.  ���������>'���������(:  ..,,.',  u.05   ���������������*���������)',  ^!7CT0RlA,_!b  ^  THE MINES IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONG THE RICHEST IN  AMERICA.   THE ORES ARE HIGH-GRADE IN  GOLD, SILVER, COPPER  AND LEAD.  Whole Number 260.  Nelson,  British Columbia,' Saturday, August  Price Five Cents.  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NKW YOKK.  Aug.���������       3 5 B 7 8 9  Silver ������!'.... .������>i!... .������������i.. XM... .BB2 --Ml  Leiid X'TJ... .3371... :������7.. .3S74.. .337*.. .337.  OIIK SHU'MKNTS.  VIA TKAIL.  TONS.  Aug. 1-2���������War Koirlo to Prickly Tear June. 120  Auk. 1���������Lo Itoi to Helena    30  July 2.-28���������Slocan Star lo Everett  '70  July 23���������Alpha Mine to Omaha     U.  VIA NOUTIU'OKT.  July- 27-81���������Le Uoi to Helena   " . 27-31���������Josie to Tacoma   17  NEWS OF THE CAMPS.  NEIiSOK.  as will be seen from our Hist of new  locations several cl-uins 'have been  staked in a new locality, <!* the left  bank of the Kootenay Biver.  The parties who had bonded the Royal  Canadian group were n_iab.e U������ come  to time with their pa vment due > the  lirst of this month ani I consequently  the bond has fallen thi ougk. An extension of time of tw< > rooD-fes was  asked for and the intere ������lt to "hetwduc- I eye gouged out  ed from the whole to hal I  the claims, '    - -    ���������  Total shipments since June 1,1S95:  Nelson   Trail Creek (gold ore)   Slocan via Nakusp   IfULTJON SHIPMENTS.  278"  TONS  Ii8  5,708  211  refused   ito entertain  W. K. Vanderbilt has recovered the  sum ot 889,000 from the owners of the  s.s. H. F. Ditnoch, -which ran into and  sank his yacht Alva.  A terrible massacre of English and  American missionaries has occurred ta  Cheng Fu in China. The Rev. Mr. Stuart  and wife and child were burned in their  house. The Misses Yellow and Marshall,  two sisters named Gordon, and Steetle  Newcombe were murdered with spears  and swords. Miss Cordington was seriously wounded about tbe head, and  Stuart's eldest child had a knee cap  badly injured, while the yo-ingesthad an  The Rev. Mr. Phillips,  two Americans, Dr.  Gregory aud  with  LOCAL .NEWS.  the  the  THE   KOOTENAY MINES.  ..(fid  TONS.  Previously reported since June, 1895.. 510  Aui_u_t 3-Pilol, Bay to Aurora, 111     >p  ������������������     (i ������������������ "     W>  ������������������      8 -   .- "   J������_  700  SMKI/l'KIl KKTUltXS.  Tacoma Smelling and Refining Company lor the month of July, 1895 :  -  Nuiiilierof men employed, 03.    $4,510.31  .....      990.0.  Pay Koll   Wood Choppers  ami teams..  Pitonu-T:   2,000 Imrs of bullion,  201,701 poiiiirts, containing;  1 175.45 ozs ot  gold (!C S20.I57   32.050.55 ozs of silver (.������' Mb   20'., 123 pounds of lead (" .0." t   $>..->0-.31  weighing*  ,.S}24,236.a_  ,. 21,317.00  ,.    0,578.75  ������52,192.90  MIXING TKANSFEUS.  , NELSON.  August 2. Xo 1 Deadwood���������R K Lemon to  William Moore, all his interest, $85. Nevada,  lloval Ciiiiiulian���������Palma Angrignon to bunon  l.oy, >> interest in the Nevada, $150 ; J interest  in the Roval Canadian, $260.  August ti. Ulend���������W Chase to John Malone.  i gl: Star���������.nines Hargrcaves to John Malone  | iuterest, ������1.  NEW DEXVEll,  Sunrise 5���������S.im   Keith  to  K. H.  H Hughes to  July 19.       Hughes, 1-8, $1.   Sunshine  5���������1.  W b** rttilson, J, 81. _,       _���������_,..  July 20. Los Vegas���������D AV Moon to G Stoot,  11 k" I're.n, i. $1. -" .      _,  _,     .       .     ,  July 22. Red Mountain���������C Sheehan to J  Buckley, al), -.100. . _.,_.'  J uly 23. Uoselmu���������J McFarlano to C Martin.  ., 81. Slocan Cit.y--C Murphy to W Hurn-  fathor, l.li, $1 Nancy Hanks 2���������J Henderson  to F II lioimic. Ill, $1.     ...,���������-,      ...     ,    ���������  July 21. Home Run���������N 1_ Irankhn to II  Scions, A, $1. ' '    ., ., .....  July 2!) Thistle���������V\ Couch to C M Gething,  all, $1. Gcimcssee, Sheridan���������VV E Ten-ill to  A Dryd-ii,' ., $1. I'lemier���������M Rathbone to N  I) Moore and J Vallace. as trustees, all, $1.  Julv. 30.' Lono Star, Blue Grouse���������K G  Sclmudi to .1 L Retallack, 1, mortgage for *>la0.  Continoiifal.'V, Morning, ., Victory, all, llaiup-  . ton,nil, S K'Ureon, to Alamo Mining Co.l.  Detroit���������G F Gorineley to Slocan Milling Company, $1.    NEW   LOCATIONS.  NELSON.  August 3. Wild Horse���������Lindblad & Lamont,  north fork Wild Horse Creek.  August 5. Wallace���������D J 1'ewar, Sheep Creek.  Pilot���������ABMaurin, west side Yuill Creek. l_i  Tosca���������John Gillies, sunimit of range between  Kootenay Lake and Salmon River. Leona���������It  O Longlcy, same place. Finance���������Robert G  McLeod, Toad Mountain adj Delight.  August 0. Mavlield���������G N Taylor, kootenay  River opposite.mouth of .Slocan. Union���������C  Mills,' extension of Maytleld. Standard���������Thos.  Sproat, do. Pomona���������J Scale, do. Mugwump���������  C Blair. Wild Horse creek. .Gold Bug���������C A  Peterson, Salmon River. ���������,._,,.       . _���������  August 7. Lone Star���������T A Coutts and Thos.  Hodgson, Round Mountain. .____.,.  August 8. Iron King���������J, A McVicking and  -C-A-Bigelow,idivi(le-bctwcc'n_Sheep.and���������Lost_  creeks. Birmingham���������James Beattie, Hall  creek. Salisbury���������H B and J V Perks, Morn  ing Mountain. Banshee���������A C Muir, do. Vancouver���������J V Perks, do. '*  August 9. Third Chance���������F McDonald,  Forty-Nine creek. Sunset���������A Tregillus, east  fork Anderson creek.  but. the owners  the proposal.  About 25men are at woi *k, on the ore ��������� ,���������_���������_,,--,_���������  bins for the Hall mines. T ne towers for ] SomlS}8.B1<_a'  the tramway at this end are   ill erected  *���������*��������� \  far as the spur of the Morni ag Mountai. n  where the Silver King trail crosses the  right of way. Last Sunday" the camp  was moved lo the opposite hill just below the wagon road, and w ork is proceeding there. The canyon of Giveout  Creek where the right of wi iv crosses, is  not so deep as might be' ex pected and  only two eighty feet tower**1 will be required to carry the rope acr< >ss it. The  iron work for the job has bt ������n shipped  from San Francisco and may arrive this,  week.  Miss Hartford, were woun.ied, but 'arrived safely at Fu Chau Fa. -.lhe pre:  feet at Cheng Fu. who was on an-enqairy  "is seriously implicated m  ,the Cheng Fu outrages. The British  Government has demanded  iastaut pro-  ROSSLAND.  Very rich ore is reported from Murphy  Creek, going 600 ounces iu gold.  It is said that the ore chute has petred  out in the lower tunnel of the "War  Eagle.  Tne Spotted Tail and Ida claims have  been sold for ^3,000 cash.  The remaining lots in the Rossland  townsite have beeu divided up among  tbe proprietors, Messrs. J. Anderson.  John R. Cook, Ross Thompson, E. Johnson and J. F. Ritchie.  There is some talk ���������of proposing to incorporate the town ������'as a municipality.  This has arisen because of the absolute  necessity of doing something about  water. The present supply is wholly  inadequate and the little water that there  is is so foul and chemically impure as to  be undrinkable.  lection for other Euglish and Americans  ���������in China and a full enquiry into the mas-  ncme to be held by the British Legation.  MINER   EXHIBIT   IN   VANCOUVER.  Th.  We m  mfiorred lotf week that -mth  f ������howinK the Coast people  .   l0f    stuff ttihe   Kootenay  vtde o*. we had arranged  ������,*_ min.'-**1 specimens in  .couvier..   inis  VeoiKentted,  iri_e:6top-  ������oi__.try  ._l_*i.������.  '*>������_  a view o  what  kirn.  country is n  for a display  the Manor Hi '��������������������� at Va  hotel, which hu^ * recently,.  is how one of th ������ most favo,  ping places not    only for up  visitors  but for . --he many tra\  People in want of a woman cook  will find an advertisement in another  column.  The annual general nieeting of  Waterworks Co. will be held on  2������th inst.  Mr. Chester Glass of Spokane is appointed attorney to all the Humphrey  Companies.  Mr. E. S. Humphreys has gone East  to bring his family to Spokane where  he will reside in future.  Mr. S. M. Okell of Victoria will conduct the Methodist services in Humes  Hall tommorrow evening at <.*>.  Mr. D. McCune was in town on Monday and left on Tuesday for Rossland.  The Nickle Plate will be started up  immediately.  Mine owners and others in want of  machinery would do well to consult  Messrs. Heistermans advertisement in  another column.  The waterworks company is obliged  afc,last to ask owners of gardens to  refrain from using the water for irrigation purposes as the supply in the  dam is running very low.      . v*  Co.   have  A Full Account of Their   Progress and  Condition To-Day.  NEW DENVER.  July. 19. Exchequer 3-F A Humberg.  Snowstorm, 5���������C 1'aas. St Paul3���������M Heckman.  Trio 3���������FL Mclnnes. Arkansas Traveller���������1)  K McDonald.   Liquidator���������J Cockill,  July 20.   Slocan City���������k" Anderson.  Sutton  ���������A C Scott.   . ......  ���������' July 22.   Lexington���������N-F McNaught. Home-  stake 3-J Morris and .U B Kerr. Meteor���������H  '  Sheran.   Iowa Boy���������I) McCuaig, et al.   Humming Bird���������E Shannon et al. Silvcrite���������do.  July 23. Green Mountain���������C Martin Maple  Leaf 2���������J S McFarluiic. Rosebud���������do. Tiger 7���������  W L Price. II C���������V C Rackliff. Deadwood���������J  AV' Ky tc. Karl���������V C - Rackliil'. Kx tension���������do.  Lillv ii���������A S Tucker. Rainbow���������M Maurice.  Quiiiitc���������B Carter. Kelipse���������M Isaacson. Exchange���������VV J. Jlori. Hoys���������do. Gold Flume���������C  Murphy. Silvei King���������W E Tcrrill, Dolly  ' Vardcn���������do. No 3���������1* Gudrow. Free Gold Frac-  tion-W Uornicley.  July 21. Springers Pass���������P M Schonbcrg.  Rosina Voust���������II Clever. Trio No 3���������P Grant.  J une���������J Piton. -  July 25. Sheridan���������W E Tcrrill. Genessee���������  do. Yankee Girl���������A Dryden.  Julv  2ti.     Gladstone  5���������J McKinuonlet  al.  ��������� Wooden Spoon���������M Johnson.   Tin Plate���������J McKinnon.   Richmond 3���������L Anderson- Pennsyl.  vania���������F Sexton. Bonnie  Doon���������G   C Clarke,  Empire 1-do. Pearl 2-E C Ward.  J uly 27. Valhalla���������F A Henneberg. Mac B-  VVBlyn. Doiinybrook���������WInnes. Pembroke���������B  E Grove. Young America���������S Whitakcr et al.  'July 29.' Onslow���������R Cooper. March���������A Read.  Mabel May���������A Brindlc. "LitUo Cheek���������E C  ltobbins et al. - , _,,  July 30. Beaver���������J-A Harvey. Last Chance  8���������J Popham.  July 31. Tara Falls���������D McLennan. Newport  ���������J Knapp. Trophy��������� VV S Murray. Aurora���������J  McKinnon. North Star 5���������A - McGillivray et al.  Carlo���������Lee Coombs. Lottie G���������VV H Robertson.  August 1. . E II���������VV Harris. Superior���������F  Strohn. -Kilo���������VV Stone. Rother���������VV Harris.  Howard Fraction���������VVL Price. Gov Altgett���������V  C Rackliif. Perth���������W B Young et al. Balfour  ���������VV II Crawford. Skylark���������G Ander..on.  ' Ranger���������W A Coplen. Ella 2���������E Norquay.  ���������Pacilic 2���������A Steward. " -     ���������  August 2. Argo Fraction���������W. L Blakely.  Haven 2���������G Marr etal. Glad Tidings���������A Tunks.  OUR BIRTHDAY.  To-day The Miner is five years old,  the eldest of all the journalistic child-  . ren of Kootenay. Like other children  she has grown and is now about twice  her original size, having had an intermediate stage. Growth depends on  good food. The food of newspapers is  public patronage. That is coming out'  way. and we hope to deserve it so that  if a little more comes we shall be able  to growstill another page oi two.  - We do not make this announcement  in rhe hope of being asked to take a  drink. But our friends who are con-  vivially inclined will show their good  -will by adding th'emselves to our list  - of subscribers.  . NEW DENVER.    .  It. ������. Kerr has gone to the Coast for a  holiday..  A^ar load of ore from the Eureka is  going out via Kaslo.  The receipts at the New Denver record  office for July amounted to over $2,000.  The Ledge reports that Slocan City,is  booming, and that business lots there  are selling at $75 for corners nnd $50 for  iusides.  Dr. Browse is fitting up the Din groan  building on Sixth Street,New Denver, for  a hospital. It will have accommodation  for 20 patients.  Mining operations are being renewed.  S. S. Bailey has started work on the  Payne group. The Surprise and Antoine  will be worked as soon as the water is'out  of the tunrels.  George Hughes obtained an assay from  rock from the Best, a claim on Seaton  Creek, showing 000 ounces of stiver  aud 16 per cent, copper.  > The owners of the mines in the Dardanelles, Great Western and adjoining  basins are petitioning the government for  a road to join the Kaslo-Slocan Railway  at McGuigan Creek. -  ���������Toaccommodatethe"many'visitors ~to  the foot of the lake Sam AVhitaker intends to open, ihe hotel at that point  formerly ruu by Tom Mulvey, and has  applied for a liquor license.  The Jenny Lind, - adjoining the Read &  Kobertson on Four Mile Creek, has been,  bonded to some Spokane parties. Mr.  Wilson, of Three Forks, acting as pur.  chasers' agent, but the bond is not yet  on record and price cannot be'stated  with authority.  Harry Sherar nnd the ownt-rs of the  Kalispell have secured some good ground  and have men at work developing. Nate  Tucker and his partners areulso opening  up the Lilly and a recent location seven  'miles up Springer Creek and which has a  good ledge, carrying very rich ore.  About 75 per cent, of the claims recorded in this district are staked on  Lemon and Springer Creeks and some  exceptionally high assays have beeu obtained from rock coming from these  creeks. Undoubtedly many * of these  claims are staked ou the merest suspicion  of mineral, but several are liable to turn  out valuable properties.  , ��������� AINSWOIlTH.  Mrs. Shaw, the wife of Mr. McVicar's  partner died only a day or two after her  husband's return' to the east and Mr.  Shaw himself is now lying at his house  dtingerously ill with fever.   *'  Shipments from the No. lmine will.be  delayed fDr some little time' in consequence of the damage to the road by  forest fires. Many bridges are burned  and in places where the road was built on  crib work it is entirely destroyed. Altogether about two miles will have to be  rebuilt.      ,  At one" time the concentrator and'  buildings at No. 1 were in danger, but1  the fire was beaten off. The only fear at  present is that the fire -will creep along  up and behind the mine and cut off the  water supplyj  , NEWS OF THE WORLD.  who visit Vancouv '.e������* at this timi .  the year from all pa. "ts of the world, x'  appeared to us, the refore, that this  was a suitable place in which to place  the specimens.  Each piece has been assayed for us  by Mr. H. Pellew Harvey and.is now  exhibited with its assay certificate  beside it.  The following are the assays :  Tt  Copper  Gold  Silver  Mine  per cent  per ton  per ton  ozdwbgr  ozdwtgr  Le   Roi      6.75  F   2   3   0  1  00  Josie   3.91  1   (1   0  7  0  0  War Eagle   2.90  1 15   0  2  0   0  Boundary   1.20  0 13   0  1 13  0  New Strike   4.50  0-2  2  0   0  Gold Dollar (Boun  dary   0 17   3  1   0   0  Cariboo  Mine  (Camp McKinncyl  J_   0   0  22  0   0  Gold Camp [Boun  dary]   0 15   0  Snowshoe   1   li   0  Stemwindcr   as 0 0  ' 1 16 ��������� 0  St. Barnard   30.13  0 13   0  27   0   0  Copper Camp   37.19 '  Lead  0   1 20  10  !)   1  Morning Star  \ "  [Fairview]   C.31  3   5   0  4  O.'o  From  various   t  3.30  1.6.3  56  3 17"  claims in the  1  0  2   0   0  6.   2   1  Skylark    and J  "10.09  1   0   1  119 10   1  other    camps ~j  27.00  13   6  90  0   3  nc.ir    Bound-  1  25  H   ti  40  0   0  ary Falls    t.  5.71  0   1   3  47   0   0  *_C-s������r--   A.  E. Powys &  b^appoin^d agents for.Mr.  1Jllew  Haiwey of Vancouver.   They will^ re-  ceiwe/nd forward any specimens that  mityibe sent to him for assay.  -Mr. tDavid Christie Murray .lect"-^  ���������on lue-day evening in the Fire Hall.  ITheiaudience was small probably ow  LgTo the,shortness of the notice Riven  ���������JdUheLiatense heat of the evening.  McCosh died sud  The Silver Region���������The Slocan Star���������Mines and Their  Outputs���������value of the Ore���������New Denver���������Trail;  Greek���������Its Gold Attracts Thousands.  (Continued from last week.)'  '      The best known and most largely developed of all the mines of this district i.  the Slocan Star, situated on Sandon Creek.   High up above th������creJthe1^  outcrops and then dips into the mountain at an antichn al. to the.surface.; Four  tunnels at different elevations tap and out the vein.   The upper tunnel w 70 feet  in length and cuts the vein 70 feet from the outcrop.   It thus forma the baaeoi an  isosceles triangle of which the vein itself and the surface arethe two sides -No.*  tunnel is 45 feet vertically below No. 1, and No. 3 is 135 feet below No. 2, while No.  4 is 425 feet below No. 1.   These tunnels are all connected by winzes and upraises,  and many feet of drifting along the vein has been cut.   The vein at No. 31������ over  50 feet thick, of which the first 10 or 12 feet are first class ore requiring oulj to be  bagged and shipped straight to the smelters.   The assay value of   his ore.,^8 125  ounces of silver and 74 per cent, of lead to the ton.   The amount of ore in sight������  enormous.   For the 12 months ending May 81st last 2,800 tons from this w*���������*  shipped, of.which 2,500 tons went to the Omaha and Grant smelters and 300 tons  to Tacoma.   This ore had to be hauled down on sleighs to the terminus ot the ml-  way at Three Forks, a distance of some 5 or 6 mile..   This ye"^W^"^  the Kaslo Railway will bring the cars close under the mine itself and with such in-  creased facilities the shipments will be much larger.  which actually ship ore are the Alamo, the Idaho and  1  ,    The body  "the Ainsworth  WtfH!'*-  \(V .in,  These are not picked. specimens,,but  samples chosen mostly at hazard by  our special correspondent from the  claims he passed through. The Le Roi  specimen was picked off the dump,  and that of the War. Eagle ore was  taken out of a wagon passed on the  road to Trail.  In our endeavours to advertise the  district we have been much aided by  many mine owners. Some who are  complete strangers to us in giving us  information for our pamphlet, which  will make its appearance in a few  days, have gone out of their way to  thank us for "what we are doing for  -the-country.���������We-may��������� say��������� that-we-  have exceptional opportunities.of getting the facts about the Kootenay  published far and wide. We have ou  our staff journalists connected with  newspapers in different parts .of the  world. Not the least of these is the  British Trade Journal, which is published simultaneously in seven different  languages iu seven different parts of  the world. A recent edition contains  an article on Kootenay. by a member  of our staff which is likely to attract  very considerable attention. . Tlie Imperial Institute Gazette of London has  another by the same .pen and we  know of one or two others likely to  make their appearance before long.  In order to aid us in the work we  would ask everyone connected with or  interested in Kootenay to give us all  the assistance in their power, hy keeping us informed of mining news of  interest such as bonds, new striki-s,  ore shipments, smelter returns anil the  like. We would point, out j too, that  for remuneration we rely almost en-.  tirely on local support. If our scheme  is approved by the public, roll up boys  and support the paper that is working  hard to help you all.  \ Winer .named    _.     '*- ���������__! !he<*rt ,<lisease  at  the JNo.  denl     ^n Wednesday ^ek  mine ���������      *>t**_*iMow_i yn the  was bro       'V W& received the tull hon  on Surida.     T������*������ftic .funeral.  ours of a A_ t^oI reopens on Mon-  ThP nnhlic -        cofluested to state that  inepnoiic ^        wm     authorities that  ?tai_.htSrof %|^nh-lt^  children who will, %^T^hTC  at any time during "-"wwr.?  should be sent to the .  giningofit. %*������&'MtW.  Mr. T. A. Garland has  h.      \ffi^!&  from his ft iend the Bev. D. i       ^-fe*?..���������?".������"?  formerly of Kaslo and now of.  Ont., informing him that Mrs.  who has lately been very ill is m  a fair road lo recovery.   Mr.  Mai  many friends and acquaintances \  be glad to hear this piece of news.   "    f  We hear that a deputation from the  British Columbia Board of Trade con-,  sisting of a dozen or more of the" lead--  ing merchants in Victoria is on its  way in to arrange for a central depot  in the Kootenay for exhibition ahd  distribution of their goods. Nelson  ought to be ready to give these good  gentlemen a right royal reception.  A  was  from the upper Kettle River country  to the Columbia, striking the latter  about 40 miles above Hobson. They  were quite out of grub and had to find  their way down the river the best way  they could, as they were unable to,,attract the notice of any of the passing  steamers.. They report the district  passed through as a barren granite  country with no sign of mineral.  Other Slocan mines   . ���������*,-,_.__,,  Fh. W_S_������3, Moant������_ Cbtel, Goodeioa������ta, Alpl������ ������^������'������"'j*l���������������_   $������  .^pnt for the Omaha and Grant smelter, to which nearly 5,000 tohs waa  ���������"���������__.;_������?_'��������� ^c^Z^^'^*:*^"'"* -*������ ���������*���������  b *        ---���������- .heat-tun1 ���������--��������������� *-'*���������*"  The  of silver and (nearly) 60 per cent of  average product per ton is thus M������������������������^tl'rt G^and of iead^^rowt  expenses of freight and. smelting, ia  all  lead." Taking the price of silver  the net value of that ore, after paying  $1XEL great galena properties lie on ^"J^g^^gS.  Fork of Carpenter Creek, which "������*���������k S(s*ker1ntfron wltbS thS  small shipment of picked ore sent ^w im *������"        j .   width, averages  Ounces of'silver.; The vein, which is from 18ibch|8 ^^^^ haml^t it the  ���������2_0'buhces. ��������� This'dry ore bell wteud, from ^^uBt^untry drained by  mbuth'-of Wilson Greek-on Slocan^e; e'ftw*1gotten n Lake, a 'distance of some  m-ot^^^i^^^l^mai������-on the creeks flowing westward into the  yifcl'ded 265 ounces of silver to the ton,  . per- ton..-.-At present, -this- part of the  party of prospectors among whom  : Bill Austin,  came right through  BASEBALL.  The baseball team that, carries with  it the reputation of Nelson left for  Rossland by train yesterday. Owing  to some* mismanagement somewhere  no special rate had been arranged,"' in  spite of notices posted about the town,  and the boys had.to pundleup the full  fare. . The'match is to be' played this  morning and the team will return tonight we hope victorious. We have  arranged "for a special telegram announcing the result. The following  compose the team; Jack Campbell  (captain) -Phair, Brown, Bra-ley,  Stauger (pitcher), Chesley, Kirk and  Neelands. The ninth player who will  be catcher is coining from Spokane  and will probably be Connor.  The difficulty of getting a jury to try |  the Dnrrant ease in San Francisco still j  continues. ' i  i  CIIUKCII NOTICES.  Sunday, August llth, 1895.  Cnuncii of England. Services at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Holy Communion at 8 a in.  An ampitheatre to hold 52,000 peopl  is being built at Dallas, Texas, for the j    pRES_.YTER1AX Chukch.    Servi-es  Corbett-litsimmons fight. Lfii, .���������  ���������mi: ��������� .���������     JT     ,     V \   t  ��������� .       ! at II a. m. ana t p. rn.    Sunday School  Mark I warn leetured.at the Auditorium | (Union) at 2.30. Prayer meeting Thurs-  in Spokane on Wednesday last and left; day evening at 8 p. m.  the same evening for Portland.  A plot was on foot in -Philadelphia to  steal the United States dynamite cruiser  Vesuvius and take her to help the rebels  in Cuba.  Methodist Church,  Vernon Street.    Services,, at  and at   7.30  p.   m.   Morning  subject  by the pastor, "Love.Divine." Evening,  Mr. S. M. Okell. b  Kaslo has been made an outport of  Nelson and Mr. Mcintosh has.received  his~appo!ntmen_-assub-_ollector_ther.e.-  At the same time Mr. George Johnstone has been promoted to the rank  of collector. We feel quite certain  that all who know or who have had  business with the Customs House  offices presided over by these gentlemen-will join with us in'congratulating  them on their appointments. No instructions have as yet been received  about Waneta,   Rykerts or Rossland.  A collision occurred on Wednesday  between the steamers Alberta and  Ainsworth by which the engine beam  of the latter was broken. As this necessitates a larger piece of timber to  repair it than there is at present in  Kaslo, a special log has to be cutout,  which -will take some little time. During repairs the "Alberta will carry the  Lake mail, which will be made tin  here as follows : On Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays tit  2 p.m.; on Thursdays and Fridays ;������t  'i p. in.  The Prospector has apparently worked out its claim at Kaslo and h;is gone  with the rest of the world to Rowland.  Mr. Pratt does not think well of the  Kaslo claim and having stbandoned it  Mr. Lowery has ie-staked it. Mr..  Lowery is a man who do-*s not believe  in chalices and so to inaVe certain he  is going to bring his Ledge with him  and work it for all it. is Worth. Meanwhile Rossland will have a journalistic  surfeit. Judging by previous ex-1  perience the next establishment, to up  st ick and cut will he the Rossland  Miner. It ha. moved twice in twelve  months and it must soon be time for  the weary one to*'jog fl-long again.  Slocan City will soon want a paper.  The annual picnic under the auspice.;--  of the "Union Sabbath school was  held'  "sis   announced   at   Squires   point    on  Wednesday     last.   . The      somewhat  meagre attendance is explained by the-  fact that illness is just  now  prevalent  to some extent  among the   children,  At three o'clock   the Stiv Nelson  left,  the-town   wharf   and   conveyed    theparty- to the picnic grounds.    Here the-  games- etc were soon in full swing and  everybody was engaged uiit.il the time-  ford e part nre  in  extracting as  much,  pleasure as possible from the occasion.  At-ibout 8 o'clock the return trip  was:  beg-un in row boats, the whole party arriving at home in safety a,n.d all agreeing that the picnic was a  decided success.     Too  much cannot   be said   in  ���������praise of the kindness extended to the-  Humes Hall, jpicnicers in  granting the   use of the-  11 a. iu. j.ground an(i  in  the endfjavours   put.  forth by thosii whose hostf e was invaded, to make  tbe party * celcome and.  to enhance the pleasure ol' the day.  ^ ?^^^1S^!S^i^^^^^^ ^ver to the. ton,  -_  ow  iW--*-tf-i$,aS'-M{_- (i3'_47: ounces, per- ton  'fhetautl- 6f'th_ prospector,-aud ___"j ��������� r -,.-,   ____ u_.  ^Mm4 .&*?e8' a"a' Public-attention will no doubt shortly be  sa_ , V ore* .__r__ii_r(a'_-liigh (is 347: ounces, per; ton:.-.-a. preseui-,- -->u������;- h������������ -*- -���������  tons, .^id, ^W������t_m6f*Ui-pr������i^tor/aud -many strikes are beiugmade, of  nn������������.   .-?_*. ..i.     ^_M���������r?su������iu^-���������_- ..,,V,i��������� nuhlic attention will no doubt shortly be  one cat      :9"fc till  country,    V^t iea.  which som    ���������<4^,  turned to ti.        '  "*������_���������_. is a  mines of the Slocan with; their  t tBQQtee-t tunnelling and 200 feet shafts ; 240 tone  ������������������������:     , '-���������������'.���������$? ounces _ilv-rau*a 75 per cerif lead..  -Xtevelopmen   -    ^?-_ ->rh_' ������._���������__������������������_ of 100 tons of this  was  The folio,  characteristics :  BiiUEBiUD���������    '~~r~!?  <WQ tons  have been shipped. \ -Average as.        ^fgi. "7    '  '  '"'    '   * " ������ .,' )   '' '\  Mountain Cm ^^pipped ��������� - _r~   . ?-0 tons clean ore shipped ayeniginir  214 ouuees of silver a_ * J1$ Per cent. . "������*,fe owners had about 7 tons qt or*;jm  Idaho and St. Joh. Vtwo Parallel ch * -, ^ ap.imonial silver, which cwned  140 ounces of silver and t **������ Per cent. lead.  ' . ;  .  the bauk, consisting princi.'Pa'jy of grey c jppt. , ^fc.j ^75 fept tunnels ;������fd 16^  over 3,000 ounces of. silver ur the ton. "^ J>er cept." )ead.'  Tbe Alamo belongs to the same parlies as th.             -wly .ap   spmple-  shipped to  feet shafts.   Ore average- 200 ounces in t.ilver and . .. *ufea.d-' ' '   *'      '"'''   Deadman, adjoining'"Noble Five.   One car load   _ %*iae; tl,^00 tpnpof orf>   -  Omaha.   Ore averages 150 ounces in silver and 50 per ceu. T*   ' "'   "  Washington.   Over 1,000 feet of tunnelling arid shau *.^ jd\.er'^������Ul-%  shipped-,avei;aged-l-Oounces-iu silver-and-60-per-cent.-lead. " *-"  "t' ���������-'  Rueccau shipped 350 tons ; 80 tons gave a return of 176 oun.  per cent. lead. ,  Noble Five Grouv.    1,700 feet of development work.   Shipmeuu  550   tous.    Value of ore,  150 ounces of silver and 70 per cent. lead.  Alpha.   Development work, 500 feet tunnelling.   Ore value, 105 ounc.  and 64 per cent. lead.   Total shipments, 1,000 tons to Omaha and Grant smelt*..  Good Enough. A fractional claim adjoining the Boccan. From a shipmen.  of 21 tons the galena returned 768 ounc es of silver per ton and 66 per cent, lead,  and the carbonates yielded 375 ounces of silver per ton and 17 per cent. lean.0  Both. A claim close to the Slocan Star. Shipped 66)������ tons. Ore tuub from  1_5 to 130 ounces iu silver and 73 to 79 percent, lead.  L\st Chance has shipped 110 tons. After paying freight, duty and treatmeu  .bay returned 88,000.   Cost of mining,  81,200, net value, 86,800. Average per ton,  361.90-   , .     .     '        -  Fisher Maiden*. Fifty tous of ore shipped, averaging 230 ounces in silver and  It)percent, lead. ��������� ,  Most of this information has. been takeu from- the figures contained in the  lttsport ot the Minister ot Mines. , . . " "  - Speaking of the new discoveries at the south end of Slocan Lake, the same  dooimcut says : On Eight Mile and Ten Mile Creeks numerous discoveries were  made this summer (1804). The Kalispell, on Ten Mile Creek, is the most promising  The locators are at work and have 7 tous of oro averaging between 400 and 500  ounces of silver to the ton.  The capital of the Slocan is "New Denver, a little town most picturesquely ���������  situated on the east side of Slocan.Lake at the mouth of Carpenter Creek. Five  miles tip tlie creek where its three branches join is Three Forks, and still further up  the South Fork is Sandon, for the present thc terminus 'of the Kaslo Railway. North  of New Denver on the Lake is Rosebery,- a new village of inconsiderable proportions. At the south end of the Lake (ou the maps) is Slocau City. In consequence  of t*b. remarkable finds in this vicinity the town is apparently materializing and lots  therein have actually been sold for hard cash. From the Slocan Lake an excellent  trail leads down the left bank of tbe river to its junction with the Kootenay. It is  expected that before long the C. P. R. will build up this river from its Nelson and  Robson line. ' -  TRAIL CBEEK.  Many years ago the old Hudson's Bay trail connecting Eastern Kootenay with.  the rest of "British Columbia, crossed the Columbia River about 20 miles north of  i the International boundary and going westwards .led up to the divide by means of-  1 an easv canyon.   The stream at its bottom became known as Trail Creek.   The'old  i trappers anil hunters who. frequented this route could not hear iu the murmur of the  little brook the word irold, aud for years their-mocassins patiently trod ground that  is almost un purchasable to-day.   About seven miles up tbe creek is Red Mountain  ;uud here five or six years ago the  first claims  were staked.   For one reason or au-  ���������other thi _* attracted no notice until the  autumn of 1894.   The ore is of a refractory  ���������natureanil five years"ago its treatment was  a. problem not   quite removed from the  'experimental stage.   While ore of various kinds, including both free milling quartz  ���������and galena, is found iu  the mines of   Trail, its typical product is a pyritic'iron,  ���������carrying gold and copper.    About November,  1894, mining matters in the Western.  ���������States and throughout   British Columbia being flat the wave of public attention  rolled towards Trail Creek.   Its   two" chief   properties, the Le Itoi and ������the War  ���������Easle, were acquired by syndicates composed of keen American mining men, the  owners of the townsite of Rossland put their wares on the market, the journalist  hungering for novelty sent the magic word "gold" from end to end of the States aud  iii U months 2,000 people swarm at Rossland and in its neighborhood.    Hundreds'of  claims are staked in every direction aud mauy" new finds of valuable mineral have  been discovered.   No sooner are   specimens of ore from these exhibited than they  are bonded.   Not long ago a bond of 875,000 on  a group of claims was regarded as  :a high figure.   Recentlv we have heard of a group being held under the unprece-  1 dented figure of 5200,000.  Por the information of our   foreign   readers we may   mention that bonding a  claim consists in undertaking to pay a certain sum for it at a future time or times,  a small amount in cash, rarely exceeding 5 per cent, of the whole, being paid dowu  . *to "bind tfce bargain.        , - *       -  il (To be Continued.) THE MINER NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST  I  "    "    INHUMANITY  OF THE  LAW.  An -Englishman Driven to Death bx Harsh  Legal 3IachinciT.  I make no apology for giving prominence above events of so called importance to a simple littlo story, Which I  have no doubt will arouse emotions in  American hearts that it.has.failed to excite in this country.' Its significance indeed lies in tho fact, that it formed the  subject of a small newspaper paragraph  hero without attr-icting any public interest. It is merely a record of tho operation of tho ii.e-.orablo machinery of  tho English law as applied to an obscuro  individual named Henry Grainger, living in Sunderland.  Mr. Grainger had a largo family and  had been ont of work for several mouths.  Privation had  undermined his health,  and tho housoholri.-bad become destitute.  -   Then tho law stopped in and summoned  the unfortunate lather beforo a magistrate for failing  to sond his children to  School. ��������� Ho pleaded that ho was unablo  to clotho  and feed  thorn  so that they  could appoar in public.  Tho wiso judge  ordered tho father to pay a lino of a few  shillings.   The unhappy man explained  that he had not a penny.  Outraged law  committed him . to the county jail for  three days.    Ho was duly convoyed to  ' prison at Durham, and when his term  had expired was turned, penniless and  infirm,   into  tbe   bitter cold,   driving  storm. He tried to walk to his home, 14  miles away, managed to get half the  distance and then crawled at night into  an empty liinokiln  for shelter.   Somebody happened to find him there in the  morning half frozen and almost dead.  The law again supplied him with a con-  ' veyance to the workhouse and probably  '���������would have done more for him but he  ���������was nngrateful enough to die as soon as  he reached  its sheltering doors.   His  death had been rather irregular, so the  law furnished  a jury which  carefully  considered his fate.  If there had been the slightest legal  responsibility for his death on the part  of any  person  or authority the  jury  would not have failed to express its con ���������  denination, for English coroners' juries  are always severe in dealing with* any  illegality.    It is quite plain  that not a  whit of legal blame attached to anybody,  so  the verdict was, "Death  from  ex-  posure."   That is all, save perhaps tbat  next week, if tbe hungry orphans still  fail to attend  school, the law may step  In and deal  precisely in the same way  with Grainger's widow. Thus does England maintain  hor proud position  in  the van  of educated nations.   She still  holds meetings which  denounce  with  self righteous indignation the  lawless  treatment  of murderers by  American  mobs.    No protest has  yet becn'heard  against such tortures and tragedies as I  have described, and  which tho law of  England approves, if it does not prescribe. ���������New York Sun's London Letter.  -895  Tlie Glory of Tree*.  The national pride of America In Its  giant  trees  is  woll   founded.    If   the  giants of our own woods appeal to us as  an embodiment ..of magnificence, what  must bo tho impression created  by this  hall of columns, in which  each  equals  in height  tho spiro 'of a cathedral and  has stood through' ages of whoso duration tho years of  tho oak are an inconsiderable   fraction?    These   California  giants lack one element of impressive-  ness.    They have no associations other  than thoso which their size con jrires up.  Human   fancy  has iiover  played with  their mighty forms.  So far as is known  110 human  eyes  havo watched the ages  of thoir growth.  Thoy havo no placo in  tho story of  nations.     They havo built  no  temples  and  furnished  no navies.  Thoy havo no placo in rtory.  Thoy wors  found  alono  in   tho wilderness, as the  Siberian fur hunter found tho ico cased  mammoth, in a world of thoir own.  To  the  mind  of   tho. oducatod   west   the  groves of the cedars of  Lebanon would  appeal  moro  strongly than   tho groves  of tho Sierra Nevada.    Tho bulk of th.  one could not outweigh the associations  of tho other.  But to tho primitive  notions "of ...eastern peoples the giant troo  makes  a direct appeal  not only for respect, bnt for worship.     Whatever departs from  the  ordinary course of nature strikes them as the immediate work  of God and ono which  necessarily pre  serves something of the divine.���������Lon  don Spectator.  NELSON  LOTS  -^r  A new Railway under Construction.  Buy before the Market rises in the Railway  Centre   and Seat of Government of  IVest Kootenay.  Choice Building and Residence Property          REBATE ALLOWED FOR THE ERECTION OF GOOD BUILDINGS  Also Lots for Sale in     NAKUSP DA W'SON and ROBSON.  Apply for Prices Maps, etc., to  FRANK FLETCHER  Land Commissioner.. & K. Ity. Co., Nelson, B.  ESTABLISHED 1886.  INCORPORATED 1896.  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Last summer tho czar and empress visited a great shop  in St. Petersburg to  buy jewels for their son's future brido.  The empress greatly admired a beautiful bracelet and  told thc czar that she  wished  to possess it.    On their return  one of tho serious attacks to which he  Was subject camo upon, him, and tho  empress forgot the  bracelet.    The czar  diod, and   to  tho empress in.the early  days of her widowhood came Nov. 14,  the first birthday she must pass alone.  On her other birthdays tho czar had  been wont to place. a bonquet  in the  morning room of  the empress.    Inside  the flowers was .always folded some rich  rare gift, chosen months beforehand.  Tho empress had avoided the room as  too full of painful memories, but this^  --moraihg,~tho"~morh"i_ig-".f"'"his^wedding  day, Nicholas" requested his mother to  go there as a favor to him.    Tho first  thing she saw was the  bouquet in the  usual place, and inside tho 'flowers was  a case fastened and sealed by the czar's  own hands.    It contained the. bracelet.  ,He had ordered it 011 tho samo day that  the empress saw it, and on his deathbed  had given instructions for the birthday-  gift, bidding his son to bo near to comfort hor when she received it.  Points Beyond - -  Modern Equipment. _to_k>_tJ.lla*t Boudbea  Attractive tours via Dalnth and the Ureal  Lake* In connection with exclusively  pnMKunxrr boat*) of Northern S.S. ���������0.  Direct Connection via Xelson ������ fort Step.  paral Hallway, at Spokane; and via  C. Jt k. S. s. _. ut lluuner'H ferry.   ���������  n���������.Fori,*naps'. tickets, and complete infortna-  _l0li*,211_?n ���������������������'������������������ **��������� ���������* ������*��������� ������, Nav. Co., N.  A -. ������. lly., or  t. I. Whitney,... a 1"T. A.. St. .Mill. .Illiin.  f. 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OPAQUE WINDOW SHADES,  7x3 feet with Spring Roller for 50 Ct������,  Lace Curtains, 40 cts. up.       -     Cheneille Ponicrs, $2.50  Table Linen from 25 cts. per yard to $2.50, with Napkins to match.  A full Line in Sheetings, Pillow Cottons, Etc.  "XT'  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Kight.    Prompt attention to all orders.  up.  COZPZE   &  137 Cordova Str  ..(1(B)  '"set,  'OTT_I_TGi-,  Vancouver.  h. Mcdowell & co, ld.  VANCOUVER, B. O.  10 AND 12 CORDOVA STREET.  630 GRANVILLE STREET.  Write to SHELTON & CO. for Catalogue of  Revival of the Curfew Bell.  There is to be a revival of tho onrfevf  in Canada, and if it prove successful in  the cities and towns of that Dominion,  it is riot unlikely that it may be used in  some parts of tho Uuited States, writes  John   Gilmer  Speed,   in   The  Ladies'  Home Journal.  The law which has been  enacted by the ��������� legislatures of  Quebec  aud Ontario was drafted by the Socioty  For tho Protection of Womeu and Children and  provides that the municipal  councils in citi.is, towns and incorporat-  - ed villages shall have power  to  pass  bylaws for the regulation ,of  the  timo  after which children shall not be in the  streets "at night without proper guardianship. .  The  law also provides that  - these councils shall cause a bell to bo  . rung at or near tho time.appointed, as  a warning, to be called tlie curfew bell,-  after which ,the children  so required to  be at their homes or off the streets shall  be liable to be warned by any constable  or police officer to go home.  Wealth With a J.  The St. Louis Republic asks:  "Is the  homely little crooked letter 'J' really a  mascot, or is it only a coincidence that  it is to be found in the given or Christian names of so many millionaires? The  recent death of 'J.' G. Fair has suggested the following compilation of million  aires' names which contain the luck bestowing Ictt.r: J. D*.Rockefeller, J.-J.  Astor, Jay Gould, John JM. Scars, J. S.  Morgan, J. P.   Morgan,- "J.  B.  Haggin,  J. W. Garret, J. G. Fair, John  Waiia-  maker, J. "W. Mackay, J.   G. Flood, J.  M. Constable, John T. Martin and John  Arbuckle. - _\on. of tho above is rated  at less than ������10,000,000, aud several at  Erom six to ten times that sum."  __ K4'ao_Rfl|iT*'.=L'Stcitni_r-X-I-'oii.'^   Leaves Nelson for Kaslo. Tuesdays at 5.30 p.  rn., Wednesdays at i p. 111., Thursdays ato._0p.  m., Saturdays at _._. p. 111. Connecting on  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with X.  & h\ S. Ry. for Kaslo and Lake points.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson, Mondays at _ a. in.,  Wednesdays at . a. in., Thursdays at 8a. ni.,  Fridays at 1 a. ni. Connecting on Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays with N. & V. S. Ky.  for Spokane.  'Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay  l'ailway at Nelson for points north and south.  Hudson's Bay Company,  '��������� ' !������������������-���������.-*- ���������.������������������ p������-^-_������-____^-_i_-_i___-^ _-___-_���������������������������'-������������������-     ���������" ~���������'-' --  KO.W-KR'!. FKBRV ROIiTE.-Str. "SelMiii."  Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry? Mondays  and Fridays at 8.00 a. in.    .  Leaves Kaslo for Bonner's Ferry, Mondayn  and Fridays at i a. 111.  Leaves Bonner's Ferry for Pilot Bay, Nelson,  Ainsworth and Kaslo on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 a. in.  Connects with cast and westbound trains on  I lie Great Northern Railway.  Thc rij;ht is reserved to change this schedule  ill any time without notice.  For tickets, rales, etc., apply ut Company's  ollice, Nelson. .  T. ALLAN, J. W. Tkoup,  Secretary. _ " Manager.  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Deals only in First-class Goods and Sells at  the Lowest Price.  Just Received a Large Consignment of Imported and Domestic Cigars.  Special attention is directed to Good  Cooking Butter at 15c. and Condensed Milk  (October canning) 8 cans for $1.  !,__-  THE LARGEST STOCK ON THE MAINLAND  &G      CO.  S07, SOU iiml .til H.lSTlXf"S ST., VA.VtCOIIVF.H, ���������������  IS  P.O. box 89.  Telephone  Spokane Falls &,  Northern R'y.  Nelson  Sl  Fort  Sheppard R'y,  to  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spouane  and Northport.-  Tri-Weekly Between -Torthpoj't and Nelson..  Leave 8-12 aim, NELSON Arrive 525. p. ni..  Trains leave kelson for .Spokane every  Monday, Wednesday and Fkiday, retnrb-  inK leave Spokane Tuesdays. Thuksdays  nudi.ATur.DAYs at 7 a.-in., and making  close connection .by''S.S". Nelson with all  Kootenay Lake pointy.  Passengers for Kettle Eiver and Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus witb stage on  Monday.-*, Wednesdays, Thursdays a .d  Fridays. .  Passengers for Trail Creek mines conuect at "Northport with stage Daily.  EDWARD APPLEWHAITE ft CO.  S. R. corner Baker and Josephine streets,  NKLSOX, B. C.  Robert Ward '���������$ Co_jZ  COMMISSION MERCHANTS. IMPORTPpq,  SHJPPING AND INSURANCE JGENTfTT7  MANAGERS BRITISH COLUMBIA CORPORATION, Ld.  MORTGAGES, DEBENTURES, TRUSTS, Etc.  M'-A-m. <!��������� A.vV> Stunrt'x Patent Oowhle Knotfe.l .NXIing, Tvrlne. Etc.  llarvey'H SportliiK wi'l ItlnsfIiik I'owilcr.  _f .ftflfA.  cam* 4  131  FINANCIAL AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  REAL ESTATE,  Loan.neBotiate_on Nelson property!" Collections made.   Conveyancing documents drawn ap.  -. Town Lots Lands and Mining Claims Handled on Commission.  LENZ & LEISER  9 and 11 Yates Street, Victoria.        .   .  *  .  \ ���������WHOLESALE *  DRY GOODS  (������lotbhtg, (Rents' Jfuu'ntebfnes, )������tc.  We  cany !li< largest si nek in these Iiti<*s west of Montreal and are therefore able to compete *v"ith any House in the Trade. ng  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  Sliortest anfl Quickest Rontelo  - Pacinc Coast m_; Eastern Points.  St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal,  St. -Louis,:Kansas City, Buffalo, New York.  _S,_&.Tli!S THE IiO"W-_3������.T.  Greatest Tariety onSsjail an j Steamers.  Leaves Nelsoni Wednesdays and Saturdays at 16.30 o'clock, making _____  connections with Transcontinental trains.at Kevelstoke.  Before buying ticket elsewhere see or write nearest agent.  J. HAMILTON, H. K MACDOSELL, GEO. McL. BKOWN  Tr..v. I'rgt. and Pass. Agt., Xelson..     Disk Pass. ABt. Yan'oouver.  Agent, Nelson, the miner, nelson, b c, Saturday, august io, 1895.  ^ke Jliita*.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed to any address in Canada or  tie United States, for one year on receiptof  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS in-  sertedatthe rateof $3 per column inch,per  month. ������������������   ,  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of 13 cents per nonpareil  line first'insertion, and JO cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Advertisements  running /or shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to Ihe Editor  must be accompanied by the name ami address of the writer.  PRINTING turned out in first-rate style at  the shortest notice.  Address  Thi miner Printing a Publishing Co  NELSON.    B.C.  fUSTlFlED   EXPENDITURE.  The largely increased revenue from  Kootenay -justifies us in expecting that  the Government will be liberal in tlie  matter of expenditure on roads and  trails in this district. It will be remembered (hat only S.8,000 was voted  for South Kootenav where new  developments with their corresponding  requirements were almost a certainty,  while the iiorihern division of  Kootenay, where'110 particular developments were expected received a  much largei vote. The results have  justified the expectations. In South  Kootenay there are new finds and  more especially active developments  of old finds which have lain dormant  for some time. Numbers of names will  spring to our readers' lips. Springer  Creek, Ten Mile, Twelve Mile, Crawford Creek, White Grouse Mountain,  Sheep Creek, Champion Creek, .and  greatest of all, Rossland. None of  these can be called new finds. They  have all at any rate been known for a  period anterior to last session. But no  one could have foreseen the greatly-  increased activity which is to-day  taking men into nearly all of them.  Under these circumstances and with  the-very largely increased income  which is a direct result of the same  development, the Government will not  only be justified in an increased expenditure on trails and roads leading  to these spots, but will be wanting in  its duty to the people if it does not  help to provide means by which men  may easilv travel ;from place to place  and by which provisions may be  brought into them.  We believe some help is being given  to trails up Ten and Twelve Mile  Creeks, and as the Gold Commissioner  is visiting that .-.(���������������������������lion at present-he.  may see his way to still further aid  the miners in prosecuting their business there.  The old Slocan trail is in a shocking  condition. Fallen trees make it almost  impassable. It certainly is, or might  be, one of the main routes of travel  about Southern Kootenay. It connects the Slocan with Nelson, the  Lower Kootenay and Trail. The  Government should clear ib and put  it in good order.  rate of payment to the arbitrators,  subject to legislative provision.  Clauses 11 to 14 refer to the rilling  up of vacancies on the Board and to  the method of bringing questions before it.  The Court of Arbitration is to sit in  open court and is to be, governed as  far as practicable by the principles of  equity and good conscience. The parties to a,dispute may not employ  counsel or any paid agent save and  except one or more of their own number.  The Arbitrators' Award is to be  made by the President within seven  days of the conclusion of the sitting.  It must be the award, of a majority  (two out of three) and is to bear the  seal of the Board. By the consent of  both parties given beforehand, an  award may be made a rule of the  Supreme Court.  The Act appears to be a little vague  as to where the remuneration ofthe  conciliators or arbitrators is to come  from. Apparently it is to be found by  the parties to the suit. Provision for  this purpose will doubtless be found in  the regulations which the Lieutenant-  Governor has power, to make and  which we believe are not as yet  formulated.  We : understand that similar Acts  have been found to work well in the  other Colonies, and there is no reason  why men should not settle any disputes in this matter rather than by  violence and intimidation.  The latter word introduces a most  difficult and debateable matter into  question. Suppose a number of men  in a certain mine ask for higher pay  and apply under the Act to have the  point settled. At the same time the  mine manager can find any number of  men willing to take up the work of  the discontents at the old rate. How is  the Board to decide? It cannot force  the mine owners to pay A and B three  dollars and a half when C and D are  willing to do the work for three. It  may decide that A and Bare.to have  the three and a half if they work, but  the mine owners naturally will not  give them a chance, but will take on  C and D. It comes down to the old  thing. The question is governed by  the unfailing law of ,supply and demand. If the Act only helps us to  avoid the terrible crimes and horrible  violence that hashithertoaccompanied  trade disputes, it is something, but that  it or anything else will ever take the  place of nature's great law we do not  believe.  7*00  TRUE.  -THE-LABOUR���������CONCIL-ATION-AND  ARBITRATION ACT.  In connection with the recent, strike  at Rossland a good deal is heard about  this act, and it may, therefore, not be  out of place to explain its chief previsions.  It contains 27 clauses, occupying 8  pages of the usual size in which acts  of parliament ar.*--printed. It is, therefore, not bulky and-its meanings are  simple and easily acquired by anyone.  By-way of digression, .we may mention two pecularities ot the British  Columbian acts. .Firstly they are indexed in such a way as almost completely to' hide their existence, and,  secondly, the short title of the act is  evidently an after/thought and comes  in the last clause instead of immediately following the preamble.  The Act is brought into force by the  Lieutenant-Governor appointing the  Provincial Secretary to act as Commissioner of Councils of Conciliation, etc.  He or- his Deputy shall receive and  register, all applications for a reference  to the board. ' This board or council  shall consist of four conciliators, appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor,  on the recommendations or nominations of the disputants (two from each  side). Should these not be able to  arrive at a satisfactoi y conclusion the  . matter, may. be further referred to a  Board of Arbitration. This board consists of two arbitrators appointed by  the Board of Conciliation, one to represent the employer and the other  . the employed, and a third member,  appointed by the other two. This,  third member, who shall be the president of theBoaul, is to be chosen from  among the judges of the Supreme  Court of B. 0. In case of a failure on  the part of the' other two arbitrators'  to appoint the third member of tli-*  board, he shall be appointed by the  Lieutenant-Governor.  The reta'uneration of the members of  the Council of Conciliation is to be  fixed on a scale to be provided by  regulations passed under the Act. The  Lieutenant-Governor shall provide the  In an article on the mining industry  of Kootenay the Province has the following very pertinent remarks:  But let it not be forgotten that indications point strongly in the direction that Americans and not Britishers  are making and are going to make the  big hauls out of British Columbia.  The question may be asked, Why?  The answer lies in a nutshell. They  have greater energy, take greater  chances and are more business like.  When they decide on opening up a  mine they send a man to take charge  whom they can trust with full powers  aud plenty of money. If they don't  trust him they don't send him. ' The  British method, judging from what we  hear, is to send a man whom his company or principals do not trust, with  no powers and no money, and to try  and manage a mine from a London  office 10,000 miles away. If we do  nothing else let ��������� us take a leaf out of  the Yankee book here, otherwise we  shall be badly, left.  always are a l;*zy, idle lot, preferring  to live on any salary they can persuade  their dupes to give them or the pay of  some billet --which they obtain by  threats'.and bull-dosing of some sort,  A president of :t Union has been rv-.u-d  to remark before now : "If 1 don't get  the li.-si billet going in this here camp  I sh<-i:!'l not be surprised if there  might happen to be a strike before  long."  *  The Rossland Miner does us the  honour of printing our article entitled  "A Grave Responsibility" in full. This  is* just what we want. The more it is  read the better. .Our Rossland namesake would no well to print all of our  articles. Its editor would find that it  would save him working that brain of  his, which he could reserve for sleeping  purposes. But after printing our article he goes on to compliment ourselves and then that brain comes out  in all its wrinkles. Such words, such  phrases evidently become the Edinburgh student and are but little fitted  to a mining camp.    Why not. call 119  straight out a d   b  s o   a b f  and  have done with  it ? That is the language of your associates and the sooner you pick it up  and use it the sooner you will cast ofthe last strand that hinds you to the  respectability tn which your birth and  education entitles you.  Notice of Application for Grown Grant.  rpAKE Notice that John Elliot, as Agent  JL for Samuel Stongo and Alfred Cabana has  filed thc necessary papers and made application for a Crown Grant in favour of the mineral  claim "Enterprise," situated in the Trail Creek  Mining Division of West Kootenny.  .- Adverse claimants, if any, must file their objections with me within 60 days from the date  of this publication in thu British Columbia  Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government. Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, Aug. 1,18U5.   (175-3,8,5)  Notice of Am. HciUion for Crown Grant.  Pp AKE Notice that John Elliot, as Agent for  JL Samuel Stonge and Alfred Cabana has  tiled the necessary papersa> dniade application  for a Crown Grant in favour of Ihe mineral  claim "Iron Horse" situated in the Trail Creel-  Mining Division of the District of West  Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if any, must file their  objections with me within 60 days from the  date of this publication in the British Columbia  Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated at Nelson, Aug. 1, 1805. [170-3,8,5]  Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  rp AKE Notice that John Elliot as Agent for  JL Samuel Stongc and Alfred Cabana has  riled thc necessary papers and nude application  for a Crown Grai t in favour of the mineral  claim Monte Cristo situated ill thc Trail Creek  Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if any must, tile their objections with me within 60 days from the date  of this  publication   in  thc  British  Columbia  Gazette.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, Aug. 1st 1895.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  (171-3.8.5.) Government Agent.  NOTES AND COMMENTS.  Among other lessons recently taught  by the recent British elections is that  John Bull hates a faddist. There has  lately sprung up an anti-gambling  association, which directs its efforts  specially against betting' on race  courses." It ranked some ten or a  dozen candidates among its members.  The British public hates to be interfered with in its amusements and- so  it took up the cudgells against these  anti-gamblers and kicked every one of  them out neck and crop, by large  majorities. ' ������������������  With tbat love for anything aristocratic which distinguishes republicans,  the press of the United" States is full  ofthe Duke of Argyll's marriage, The  following passage from the San Francisco Bulletin shows how much reliance  can be placed on their account of the  affair: "The bride was for" many  years a leading figure in court circles.  She is not yet 20 years of age.'" We  would like to ask the Bulletin at what  age ladies in England "come out?"  To oui- mind this wedding of a paralytic old man of 71 to a girl just out of  her teens, is positively indecent.  ���������- The figures given in our last issue of  the value of ore shipments from this  country were the customs valuations of  the same. It is well known that these  are below the actual value, which can  only be obtained from seeing the actual  smelter returns. These are not shown  to anyone. So that any estimate of  the exact value of ore shipped is only  guess work. The customs valuations  are always used for statistical purposes. Figures compiled by people  who guess at values are misleading to  the outside world and great harm  cames from publishing them.  Notice of Application for down Grant.  rpAKE Notice that Edmond Haney has filed  J. the necessary papers and made application for a Crown Grant in favour of the mineral  claim "Legal Tender" situated in the Trail  Creek Mining Division of the District of \\ c*t  Kootenay.  Adverse, claimants, if any, must file thoir  objections' with me within 60 days from the  date of this publication in the British Columbia  Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson, Aug. 1, 18'J... [177-3,8,5]  Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  rPAKI. Notico that Philip Aspinwall has filed  \. the necessary papers, and made application  for a Crown Grant in favor o������ the Mineral  Claim "Kootenay", situated in the Trail Creek  Mining Division of West Kootenay.    :  Adverse Claimants, if any, must file their  objections within sixty days from thc date of  this publication in the British Columbia Gazette. N. FITZSTUBBS,  Gov't Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, llth June, 1S95. 152  ��������� Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  ''PAKE Notice that A. B. Irwin, Agent for  X- the Trail Mining Company, has liled the  necessary papers, and made application for a  Crown Grant in favor of the Mineral Claim  "Columbia," situated in the Trail Creek Mining  Division of West, Kootenay.  Adverse Claimants, if any, must file their objections within sixty days trom the date of this  publication in the British Columbia Gazette.  X. FITZSTUBBS,   - __. - ���������. _. Go.v_tA.gent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, 14th June, 1805. 151  Notice of Application for Timber Lease.  "T HEREBY give notice that I mean to apply  JL to the Chief Commissioner of lands and  Works for a lease of nine hundred and sixty  acres of timber land, more or less.    '  The land in question is situated along Craw--  ford Creek, about eleven miles from, the head  of "Crawford Bay, and -may be described as  follows;  .  Commencing at a post situated on the right  bank of Crawford Creek about eleven miles  from its mouth and also about on<t mile cast of  thc N. *W. corner of T. G. Procter's claim,  thence east 160 chains,, thence north 80 chains,  thence west 80chains,')hence south 40 chains,  thenco west SO chains, thence south 40 chains to  tho point of commencement., and containing  0G0 acres, more or less.  A, C. HOUGHTON. -  . Balfour, July 17th, 1895. (IKS, 27. 7, 5)  PATIENCE REWARDED.  THE OLD LOCATION COMING TO  THE FRONT.  A Chance ior Speculators   Who  "Were   Too  Lute at Kossland.  YYE$y QYelegTCLm.  YE^ossIclticL, 1$. G.  __-_? July, '93.  QYhe Q'oiunsite cot Q'-rail  ���������will he on fhe JAYasrhet  onjlonday next, SYYBnd  of July.  aw        * YE. B. QYopping.  Notice of Application for Timber Lease.  I HEREBY give nolioc that I mean to apply  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a lease of nine hundred and sixty  acres of timber lands, more or less.  The land in question is situated along Crawford Creek, about twelve and one half miles  from thc head of Crawford Bay, adjoining a  timber limit staked by A. C. Houghton and  may be described as follows :  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of said limit, about twelve and one  half miles from Crawford Bay and about six  hundred feet north of Crawford Creek, thence  east 100 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 40 chains, more or  less, to the point of commencement, containing  060acres, be the same more or less.  [Signed] D. II. IRVINE.  -   Balfour 17th July. 1895. (1G4, 27, 7, 5)  KODAK   AGENTS  Amateur Work Developed.  Photographic SundrleH Supplied.  FLEMING    BROTHERS  SI Government Street, Victoria.       98  MINERS  HOTELKEEPERSand  ALL OTHERS.  *\17"TT"\7" SEND your money out of the  TY JLL JL country for provisions when  you can do as well in the province. You make  your money in British'Columbia and it is your  DUTY 10 lea vcpartof it here rather than to send  it aw^iy. Wc are well aware that you are cut  oil from the coast just now, but wc want you  to study thc following price list and to send ns  your orders as soon as communications with us  are open. Wc guarantee all goods of the finest  quality and defy all competition.  _?_=tIO__3   LIST.  Freight Rate to Nelson  per 100 lbs.  BAKING POWDER.  Dr. Price's, 12 oz. tins per doz $5 00'  Dr. Price's, 2. lb tin, each  140  Dr. Price's, _ lb tin, each 2 00  Koyal, 12 oz. tins, per doz 5 00  Cook's Choice, 2J lb tin, each     65 J- $1.70  Cook's Choice, 5 lb tins, each 100  Diamond, 1 lb tin, per doz -3.CO  Kagle (very good quality) 1 lb tins  perdoz  120,  CEREALS.  Rolled oats. National Mills, 901b sack 3 85'  25 sack  110  " Superior, 90 lb sack 3 75  ' " National Mills, 71b sack    35  Oatmeal, 10 lb sack     45.  per lOOlbs 1 00  Corn meal, 10 lb sacks.     35J  CHEESE.  Best Ontario (by the drum) per lb..   15}~i  N. W. T. cheese, per lb 13i to Hi I  Limburger. 2 tb each     45 j  Swiss, per lb     40 J  Currants, per lb (C)      6  $1.18  Cocoa, Fry's 1 lb package   "     Bulk, per lb   "     "Van Houtci. s, i lb   _lb   Coal oil (best American) per case... 3 50  Canned Peas, per doz  110*i  "     Corn,    "        110  "     Beans,  "        115  "      Tomatoes, per doz 125  "      Apricots (California) doz... 2 75  "     Peaches and Pears   (California) doz  2 75/  Corned Beef, 2 lb tins, per doz  2 90  Roast Beef, 2 lb tins, perdoz 2 90  Coffee, Turkish, 10 lb tins, per lb...    35  "        2 lb tins, each ....    75  "     Royal Java, 25 Ib tins, per lb    20.  Evaporated Apples, per lb     12J  50 lb box     11  " Apricots and Peaches.    121  ��������� "     " Apricots and Peaches,  25 lbs or over     lljr  Sugar, Granulated, per lb���������'.      4.  Sugar, Yellow, per lb      4_  Syrup, 0 gallon keg  2 25\  "     1 gallon tin        00 J.  "     Maple, 1 gallon  IOOJ  Soap, Electric, 50 lb box 2 50  "     Yellow  200  "     French Castile 2J- lb bar     50  Raisins, Valcncias, per lb       7  "    . Sultanas, per lb     11  Rice, China, per mat "  1 90  "     Japan, per sack  210   ^''-MISCEfct-ANEOUS.-' *-  Pickles, lgal. keg     80  3 gal. keg :".  2 25  Candles, 14 oz., 201b box  250  T. & B. Tobacco, 3 plugs for     65  $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  1.70  1.25  1.25  1.52  1.25  1.25  1.25  1.70  1.70  1.52  1.52  P. of W. chewing, per lb.  Macaroni and Vcrn_ic.ll, per box..  Washing Soda, 100 lb. sack   Jams and Jellies, 71b pails   " "       5 lb pails   Marmalade, 5 lb pail   Salt, line English, 50 lb sack.'.   Salt, coarse, 100 lb sack   Meats at regular market price.  01  85  125  70  50  50*|  50 J-  75-'  65  85  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.52  1.70  1.25  1.52  1.25  1.25  Wc handle everything in the grocery and pro  vision line. - If there is anything you want not  on this list write for quotation. Tkas from  llie. per lb.   Samples sent free on application. -  Tt'KMS:   CuMh with Order.  Referencc���������BANK ok Bimtisii Columbia.  There has been a strike at Rossland.  The men asked for S3.50 "a day instead  of S3. The result was that "many of  them were glad to be taken back at  the old rate. The Union loudly  disclaims any connection with the  affair. The president of the Union.is  recommended becausehe has been four  years in the Kootenay. -How have  those four years been spent by hitn ?  Has his labour been such as to entitle  him even to be called a miner? To  come down to it, has he ever done a  day's manual labour in all these four  years ?   But then presidents of Unions  Notice of Application for Timber Lease.  I HEREBY give notice that I mean to apply  to thc Chief-Commissioner of -Lands and  Works for a lease of nine hundred and sixty  acres of timber land, more or less.  The land in question is situated about the  junction of the Hooker and Crawford Creeks,  about ten miles from thc head of Crawford Bay  and may be described as follows:  Commencing at a po^t planted about one  thousand feet north of the junction of Crawford and Hooker Creeks, and about ten miles  from the mouth of Crawford Creek, thence  south GO chains, thence east 160 chains, thence  north 00 chains, thence west 100 chains, more or  s, to thc point of commencement, containing  acres, more or less.  T. G. PROCTER.  Balfour. 17th July, 1S95. (1ft., 27, 7,5]  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that A. S. Farwell. as agent  for John Miles has filed the necessary papers and made application for a Crown Grant in  favour of thc mineral claim "ParadNe" situated  in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Adverse claimants if any, mu^t file their objections with me within iio days from the date  of thc first appearance of this notice in the British Columbia Gazette.  X. FITZSTUBBS,  Gov't Agent.  Nelson, B. C, June 3,1896.        8, 6, .'95.       (14C)  . S.  GINTZBURGER.  PROP.  18 WitoxsoE'-'"- Vancouver.  N. B.���������Where not otherwise specified prices'  are the same whether you buy the unhkokbx  l'ACKAOKor in* the i'ou.nu, by the dozen or by  a single piece. 81  THE BEST MINING  STEEL IN THE WORLD.  It will pay you to write io us for prices of this  @ celebrated make of steel, for which we have been  appointed Sole Agents for B. C. We keep  (������) also a full  line   of   Blacksmiths'  and   Miners'  Supplies.    Correspondence solicited.  E. G. PRIOR & CO., Ld.  VICTORIA,  IB.   C. iii  Lake View Hotel,  0  Opposite Balfour on the Kootenay Outlet,  , *  r.  is open for, the reception of Visitors.  0  Best Fishing on the River,  Lawn Tennis Grounds,  Sail and Rowing Boats.  Especially Suitable for Picnic Parties.  By means of moveable partitions, a large part  ofthe Hotel can be made into a Ball Room on the  shortest notice.  Prices Moderate.  PROCTOR, BUSK ������_���������- WEST,  148                                                         Proprietors.  RIESTERER'S  BREWERY  *  MILL STREET,  NELSON, B. O.  Is now able to supply the town and district with  a first-class quality of Draught and Bottle  Draught Beer at 50c. per gallon.  Bottle Beer at $10 per Barrel.  ORDERS V\S M* IKFT AT HIIJIM-'S IliKKKV. p    BTrQTT-'D'r'D    Vimm  .HAH,   ORDERS   FROMI'Tll'   ATTKNUDII   TO. XI.  XviiJO iJJJaiXjXV,  X.TQJf>  *    The Place to Stop at Vancouver is  The Manor House.  This old and favourite House has been entirely refitted  v.  from top to bottom.    The Kitchen is under the charg  of the best French/Chef on the Coast.   _._  P.  H.  EMERSON.  150  Proprietor.  Uneasy Sleeps the Man Who  -��������� o - - ���������> \  Has Not Got a] Gale. ���������Shakesferc.  THE BEST MATTRASSES in the WORLD  GALE'S Wire Mattrasses, Over Mattrasses,  Pillows, Combination Iron Mattrasses.  .,D,U.,L0.  HEAD OFFICE AND WHARF:  VANCOXJVEE,   33.   C-  VANCOUVER TO XAXAIMO.-S.S.-'Cutch"  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.  KAN* AIMO TO VAXCOU VKR.-S.S."Cutch"  leaves daily (Jlonday excepted) at 8 a.m.  Vancouver and .\o~rtherl_ ScltlenicntK.  S.S. Coinox leaves U. S.S. Wharf every Monday nt 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. Cargcat Company's "V\ harf until 9 a.m.  MOOOYVItLLE   FKKRY.  Leave Moodyville���������7, 0, 11:45 a. m., 2:30, 4:30  p.m.  Leave Vancouver���������8, 10:15 a.m.. 1:15, 3:30, 5:30  p.m.  i    __rSteamers and Scows always available for  I Excursion,, Towing and Freighting Business.  ; Storage Accommodation on Co.'s Wharf.  I IV. F. TOFFI>'������, Manager.  j Telephone 94. P. O. Box 771.  The above goods can be put up in very small compass for packing and.can  be obtained from Messrs. Gale's agents,  D. MCARTHUR & CO. Nelson,  and CAMPBELL   BROS.,   Rossland.  or direct from George Gale &  Sons, YVaterville,  Que.  Iron and Wood Cot Beds for mining camps a specialty.  Can be made to weigh under 35 pounds. (190)  I.****-'  Page Ponsford Bros.  Ilnsllns" Slrcrl. Vancouver, It. <,'.  DIRECT IMPORTERS 0E ALL HIGH-  GLASS ENGLISH MEN'S  FURNISHINGS  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.  THE MINER can be obtained from  tbe following agente:  Victoria, Tbe Province Publishing Co.  Va*n-oouvkh, The News Stand, Hotel Vancouver.  New Dexver, Messrs. Armit t Rnshdall.  Rossland, Keefer A: Hall.  Pilot Bay, Gilker & Wells.  Kaslo, Kennedy & Porter.  Nelson, Turner Bros.,   Gilbert Stanley  and tbe  MINER PRINTING dc PUB. 00..Ltd.  &  _-._.*- ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTE.ND-U TO. <  *.*       j  Provincial Land Surveyors.  Office:  NELSON    AND   ROSSLAND, B. C.  140 THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, .1895.  m  K-;i  V'i  ������@>������> (1  iagn5tfTT  SUN  MON  TUC  wen  THU  FBI  SAT  _p  tm.  _*_?  j_to,  1  2  3  +  S  6  7  ������  9  IO  11  12  13  14-  IS  16  17  18  IS  20  21  22  23  24  25  _?6  27  26  29  30  31  WANTED  EMPLOYMENT, as woman cook in a family  hotel or working house keeper.  (183) Address, THE MINER.  CONSUMERS'  WATERWORKS' CO  -VTOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS���������Thc an-  __"M nual, general meeting ot the above Company -will be held at the office of Edward  Applewhaite & Co., Victoria Street, Nelson,  B, C., on Monday, August 2G, 1895, at 2 p.m.  (180) EDWARD APPLKWHAITE.  WANTED  EMPLOYMENT BY A YOUNG MAN.  Considerable oiHcc experience. Slight  knowledge of drafting. Good References. Not  particular as to kind of work. Address,  L. E. W., care The Mineh.  TAKE  NOTICE  That John Elliott, as agent for D. M. Drum-  heller, has filed the necessary papers and made  application for a Cro-.Yn Grant in  favor of the  mineral claim  "Evening Star   situated in the  Trail Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if nny, must file their ob  jeclions within GO days'from  the date of this  publication in the British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS.  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, July 18, 1805.   (16220, 7,5)'  SIMPSON! CO.  Successors to  Internatlon-Ll Commission Co  Importer)- uii'l Wholesale  Healers in  POULTRY,  VEGETABLES,  FEED,  FRUIT and  GENERAL PRODUCE.  Sole Age li Is for Koolemiy for llie Celt,  lira led Imperial Unity Itiril .-Kyi;  Tivisl Tobacco.  CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED  .tTEI-SOISr. U3. c.  1(52)  ���������.IMf-SOX A CO., rro.ii ielors.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF.  In tiie Supreme Court of British Columbia  Between  J. Fred. Hume & Co Plaintiffs  and  -The Cotton wood-Gold-Mining "*"   ~  Company, Limited, Foreign Defendants.  In obedience to a writ of of Fieri Facias issued  out of the above Court, to mc directed in the  above suit for the sum of "*1.'M'.14, debts and  costs, together with interest on thc same besides sheriff's fees, poundage, and othor expenses  of this execution, 1 havo seized and will offer  for sale by Public Auction, at the front of the  Court House, Nelson, B. C, on Monday, the loth  day of July, 18!)5, at, 12 o'clock, noon, all the  right, title and interest of the above Defendants in the lands described below or su/licient  thereof tosntisfy the Judgment debt and costs  dn this action.  ���������*_=  a 9  _-"       ������_���������  Z)   ���������  "Sj.  S 2   S 5  /���������������  ~ o  o o  _ G  6a 55*  o  o  ���������  J  Po  5  5       S  o  .S-sA  *��������� fi      ������  u C.  _M**<  i-r>  .-   . <i  cj-e  S3  1   _>.  r*  ^  o O  s5 a's  O  o rt-  "oO  ^  o     o  if.  O  S  'o  ���������s.  -5  ^= o  JS O  4_  i." "  ���������   a  O  7"^"  -' S  >-*  ^c*-^  X  ,_  ���������-: u  "?"="''_ _  ,~  v*0  j _y so  13    g. ���������  !>-'  **  m  c  ���������'4il\  CO  <_l  o  S. REDGRAVE,  . Sheriff of Kootcnay  MININC.   U'EVTS.  M. I. M. E.  M.I.M. &M.  B.C. CAMPBELL-JOHNSTON  MIMM' K.VIJINKKK,  .UET.tl.l.MM'lST  A.\l������  ASSAYER,  638 GRANVILLE ST ,  -v___.isrcoT_r-v-_j__=i     =     _3. c.  J. H. BROWNLEE  MINING BROKER.  80  .VIOTORIA, B. C,  T.    H.    CALL AND  MI\IK<' BHOKEK nnd  HEAL ESTATE U'KVT.  521 Hastings Street, VANCOUVEB, B. 0.  CorreNpoiKlcuce Solicited. 121  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  INSURANCE null - - -  COMMISSION AGENT.  VICTORIA ST.. NELSON. B. C.  W.PELLEWHABVEY.RC.S.  [Memb. N. Eng. Inst., M. & M. E.]  ���������V-S-ISrCOXJ-V-E-ri,    33.   C.  Ax-niyx, Mill Tests and Analyses.  Sample* trente.l from  I pound to _ ton/ln weight.  For particulars apply to E. A.POWYS & CO.,  Local Agents, who will receive samples. (182)  CHARLES S. EASHDALL,  Mining Broker.  Conveyances,      Deeds,     and  t  Mining Abstracts.  Complete lists of existing Mining lo_ation.  NEW DENVER. B. C.  Ceperley,  Loewen & Campbell,  VANCOUVER,  .ire Prepared to Introduce Mining Propenf-  tions from the Kootenny to  ENGLISH AND  EASTERN CAPITALISTS  To handle REAL ESTATE in the new  towns and otherwise act in the interests of owners in the B. O. Mining  Centres.  The above is the Only Firm on tbe  Coast doing Fire Insurance ^Business  and having Agents in the Towns of  Kootenay. [i__)  &  _3_=iO_-_"E3RS.  519Hasi������S St., Vancouver  Mining and Sharebrokers  Agents for Mining Machinery.  Dealers in .Mining and In-  -'-   dtistrial Stocks   and Shares.  HE At    ESTATE    AND    LOANS.  Land Registky Okmce, Victokm,  2Gth day of April. lSlM, 11:20 o'clock, a. ni.  I hereby certify thaL the following are the onlv judgments registered in  this Ollice against  tlie real estate of the Cottonwood Gold Mining  Company, Limited (Foreign), viz: lnilr March,  McFarland & Mahon,  VANCOUVER.  (167)  -TO-  Hunting, Survey, Prospecting  PARTIES AND OTHERS   TIIE   NEW,    FAST :   Com],......,    .- .--.... ,  and co-ts. Registered under the number 2.1b on  the lUt.h March, 1S!)I. .     . ���������     ������������������  .���������'rd October, ISA], .Judgment of the Supreme  Court of British Columbia, obtained the ith  June. ISUJ, bv J. Fred Hum. & Co. against the  Cottonwood" Gold Mining Company, Limited  (Foreign), for Si'M. II debt and costs. Registered  under "the number 112 on the 5th October, 1S!'L  *ska_] ' s. r. wootton',  Deputy Registrar General.  F. M. MoLeoi), Ksg.  Barrister, &c, Xelson. U. C.  -   H. REDGRAVE,  Sheriff of Kootenay.  ___.__)croxj_?._sr_yE_ii_sra.-  The above sale is adjourned until .londay,  2nd of September next,-at the same tii-ioand-  plaC������* a. REDGRAVE. Sheriff.  [1_1 per W. I'. It.   .  STEAM LAUNCH "FLIRT"  Can be CHARTERED by day or week  on reasonable terms. Oiders sent  trough the pursers of the steamboats  Nelson or Aiusworth, -with whom arrangements can be made,'or by mail or  | telegraph to C. "W. Busk, Balfour, will  i receive prompt attention. (19)  SA1T PKAl.CISCO, CAL.  A  Sf-KCIALT-.  MINING  MACHINERY  ������  NOTICE.  HIS HONOUR. THE LIEUTENANT-  Governorin Council, under and by virtue  of the "Supreme Court, Act," has been pleased  to order that the Long Vacation to be observed  in the Supreme Court shall commence on the  15th day of August, ISO., and end on the 24th  day of October, 1895, and further that Rule 73������  of the "Supreme Court. Rules, 1S!K),", in so far  as it conflicts with this order, be suspended.  By Command,  JAMES BAKER,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Oflice,  23rd July, 18115. (171)  BOARD OF HORTICULTURE.  rpiIE ATTENTION of thc Public is hereby  A. directed to the provisions of the Rules  and Regulations of the llon-d, which require  shipments of fruit and nursery stock entering  the Province to be delivered at. a Quarantine  Station for inspection, and without which it is  illegal to dispose of such fruit or nursery stock.  Importers may, however, if they desire it,  have the inspection done at other points, provided they pay all the attendant, expenses.  Nelson is thc Quarantine Station for West  Kootenay and George R. G. O'Driscoll. Esq., is  Quarantine Ofllcer.  JAMES It. ANDERSON,  Member Hoard of Horticulture, Secretary.  Office of the Board of Horticulture, *������  Department of Agriculture, >  24 July,  1895, Victoria, Ii.  C.     j       (172)  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that tho undermentioned respective amounts will bo  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 Justice 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  fifty  cents (37.50).  For each wolf, two dollars ($2.00).  For each coyote, one dollar ($1.00).  By Command.  JAMES BAKER,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  (26) 22nd August, 1864.  Southern Division, District of  West Kootenay  NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.  NOTICE  IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, in  -^ accordance with the Statutes,  that Provincial Revenue Tax and all  taxes levied under the "Assessment  Act" are now due for the year 1895. All  of the above named taxes, collectible  within the Southern Division of the  District of "West Kootenay, are now  payable at my office. .  Assessed Taxes are collectible at the  following rates, viz:���������  If paid on or before June 30th, 1895���������  One-half of one per cent, on real property.  Two per cent, on the assessed value  of wild land.  One-third of one per cent, on* personal property.  One-half of one per cent, on income.  If paid after June 30th, 1895���������  __T.w.o.-thirds__of_one-pet'-cent.-on-real  property.  Two and  one-half per cent,  on the  assessed value of wild land.  One half of one per cent, on personal  property.  Three-fourths of  one per   cent,  on  income.  Provincial revenue tax, $3 for every  male person over 18 years.  O. G. DENNIS,  Assessor and Collector. -  Kaslo, January 26th, 18Pr 78  'Fire   liiHiiriuic.   l'oll--.v   .id.   IM.V   A*  Aiim-im*'!'!   I>y   I lie   "I'll--',   ���������i-siiriiiic-  Pullc.v AiiiciKlittcnl .tcl. IS9.V"  "VTOTICE is hereby given" (hat His Honour  -^-' the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has  further postponed the commencement of "An  Art to tic. lire Uniform Conditions in Policies of  Fire Insurance," from tiie 1st day of August,  1895, until the 1st day of October, 1S95.  JAMES BAKER,  : Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  30th July, 1895.   j        ... (97)  S. S. Alberta  A  NOTICE.  SITTING  OF  THE  COUNTY COURT  of Kootenay will be held at Ro-sland on  Friday, 16th August, lS'Jo: at the Court House,  Nelson, on  Wednesday,  llth   September. 1895,  and at Kaslo on Friday, 13th September, 18U5.  T. H. GIFFIN,  (170) Registrar of thc Court.  *lff  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  HLS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased to make thu following appointments :���������  ������ 22 July, 1895.  James Pkkouson* Akmstkono, of tho Town  of Golden, Esquire, to be a Stipendiary Magistrate, Gold Commissioner, Government Agent,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works,  and Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal  under the "Assessment Act," within and for  the East Kootenay Electoral DisLricl, also to  act as Ollicial Aduilnsti-ator withii. and for  the County of Koolonn'y. vice A. P. Cummin..,  Esquire.  29th July, 1895.  William Mklvili.k Newton, of thc Town  of Rossland, West Kootenay, Esquire, to bo a  Regist rar for the purpose of the "Marriage Act"  within and for thu said Town.  ������  TABLE  Showing llie l>iit������'* ami I'liices or Court* or  ������r AnnIzv, Nisi Prliis, Oyer and Terminer, aud <j.iier������l Until Delivery for tbe  Year IWIS.  FALL ASSIZES.  Clinton Thursday.-6th September  Richfield Monday.. .30th September  Kamloops Monday 7th October  Vernon Monday llth October  Lytton Friday llth October  New Westminster.. .Wednesday.CthNovcmber  Vancouver Monday...llth November  Victoria Tuesday.. .19th November  Nanaimo Tuesday...2Cth November  ���������"Special Assize. 11"  MINING   MACHINERY  FOR SALE.  SPECIAL FOR  30 DAYS^������������������  *  SUITS, TWEED, PROM $27,00. - - -  SUITS, FANCY~WORSTED, $35.00UP.  TROUSERS FROM $6.50 UP, - - - - -  A LINE OF ENG_JSH^HIPC0RDr$ia  USUAL PRICE $13.   OVERCOATS IN  PROPORTION.^  FRED J, SQUIRE, Merchant Tailor.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. so  ��������� OLD COUNTRY  BOOT STORE. ���������  SPECIAL TO MINERS AND PROSPECTORS.  . Old Country Boots.  OF   IMPERISHABLE   LEATHER.  WARRANTED    DAMP    PROOF.  ��������� ���������  Two new English  Portable Engines,  8 and 12 horsepower, wood burners.  One Stationary  Engine .and Boiler.  One Engine and  Boiler   for Steam  Launch.  Galvanized   Tanks*,   Mining   Tools,  Steel, Iron,  etc.  Delivered at. Victoria on wharf.  Apply to HEISTERMAN & CO.,   :  75 Government St.,     -        n  Opp Bank of Montreal.   Victoria, B.C.  (178)  THE DIPLOCK  ���������wnou-s.il..- ���������  VANCOUVER, B. C.  - SOIK AUtiXTS FOB ���������  Brinsmead & Nordheimer Pianos.  Dixon, Borgeson & Oo.'s Show Oases.  Self Opening Sags, Wrapping Paper and  Twine.  _125_  MORTHERN  IN     PACIFIC R, R.  R  N ^r  S  Pullman '  Sleeping Cars,  Elegant  Dining Cars,  Tourist-  Sleeping Cars.  TO  /ST. -Mill  .m.VVI'AI'WM'.  IMiLIITH  ,,  t'AKGU  UK..*!*    FOHKS  IWOOKSTO.Y  *tViy*<iIPK'-  IIELKXA ami  ^HliTTE  91 JOHNSON STREET, VICTORIA.  ������/%-%-*-V-%---*_-'-V%-*%'V%''^^  Dut Your Best Foot  -w Forem os t���������^  ...-.; and walk right into W. H. Graham's  ...... Boot Store on Baker Street, Nel-  ...... son, where you will find the Best  ..... Boots and Shoes and full  lines   of all the Spring Novelties at prices   that cannot be beat.  Something Altogether New.  The last lot of foot-wear just received at the' P. O. Store.  Everything from the most delicate patent leather shoe to  the heaviest .  MINER'S   BOOT.  The Stock of Light and Airy   Headgear is rapidly being  exhausted by our most prominent citizens.    Be in time.  Pace's Best Brands of Tobacco, both cut and_plug._fresh^  'frb"m~the~f_Tctory.        ~-  Flies and Fishing Tackle, Canvas Shoes.  CIG. ARS. WHOLESALE ANP DETAIL,  A FINE LINE TO CHOOSE FROM.  GILKER & WELLS, NELSON AND PILOT BAY.  1(10  BRITISH COLUMBIA IRON WORKS  General Founders, Engineers,  Boiler Makers, and Manufacturers   of All  Classes of Machinery. .   Sawmill and-  Marine Work a Specialty.  SOLE   MAKVFA_TI!K_:it_   OF   THE  THROUGH   TICKETS  -TO-  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay and  Xelson .Jonfl.-iy, "Wcflncsday and Saturday  at 8 a. ni.: Thursday at 9 n. m.: Tuesdays  and Fridays al, 7 a. m.  LEAVE NELSON for  Pilot Hay, Ainsworth  and Kaslo Monday. Wediu'sday  Tlmrsday  and Saturday at ���������" p. in.: Tuesday and Friday at i p.m.  Close connection is thus made uctivccn Lake  point, and all outgoing and incoming trains of  the C. P. K. at Nelson.  The steamer irf newly equipped in every particular, is lit throughout by electricity,, and  contains bathroom and all modern conveniences  for the comfort of passengers.  The above schedule is in ellect ICth May,  1S9.V subject to change.  JAS. AVALTGH, GEO. F. HAYWARD  Purser.      131 Master.  CHICAGO  WASHIM'TOX  PIIILAOKLI-IIIA  XCW *t-OKK  |-OSrO\ and all  I'oinlH l*n.s(,  IVi-st and *>oulli.  Kendall Band Mill, IS. C. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hauling Machines.  We keep In stock a full supply of Engineer and Mill Supplies, such as Pipe and Fittings  ������-"    Bras. Goods,  Sheet and'other  Packing Rubber Valves, Rubber and Leather-  Belting, Oils, and Lubricants, etc.  HOISTING ENGINES and SINKINGPUMPSFOR MINES  Corner Alexander Street and Westminster Ave,, VANJ30UVEB, B. 0.  D.   CARTMEL.       J. W. CAMPION,      J. E. W. MACFARLANE  Agent West Kootenay. |j Secretary-Treasurer. Manager  SHOOTING SEASON, 1895.  _MT':  For information, time cards, maps and tickets,  call on or write '  -".".   G. STIMMEL,  T. P. Ag-������7tt, Nelson, B. C.  F. IX  GIBBS,  Ge/.'cral Agent, Spokane, Wash-  or-��������� A. D. CHARLTON, .  Ass/. O'enl. Pass. Agent, Portland. Oregon.  371  My Fall Goods are now arriving and. my  Stock/in" a few days will be complete. -  Every Noveltv of the Season, including the  "Lee Metford" Army EiBe, Eley's "Pegamoid" Paper Shells, and the "Winchester  Eifle Model, 189_."      ,  Shot Gnns from the factory of W. H. Tia-  dall, W.W. Greener, J. P. Clabroiigh & Bio.  and "VV. Bichards.  Trappers' Supplies.   -     Catalogue Just Out.  CHAS. E. TISDALL  ,(l_3j.  VANCOUVER.  ii..

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