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 THE MINUS IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONG THE .RICHEST IN  AMERICA     .'  ^S&^g&ORE;. ARE HIGH-G_t_lDE   ������  ���������^Ip^GOLD, s_lveb,5c.oppe_.  :' .  AND LEAD.  Whole Number 306.  Nelson, British Columbia,. Saturday,  May   16,   1896.  Prick   V\\n Cknt  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NEW YORK.  May-        9       11      12      i:������      14       15  SU.VEK... .67J.. .078 ��������� ��������� .W8 ���������. -673.. .07 J... .08  (Bur)  Lkao 300.. .290.. .300...300.. .SOO.. .SOO  (Urokors' Prices.)  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  UETU11NSFOR 1.96 UP TO DATE  OltB THEATED IN KOOTENAY.  At Nelson   At Pilotllay...  . 7,488  ..15,580  23,W������  ORE EXPOKTI-D.  From Slocan via Ka������lo  4,70!)}.  Slocan via Nakusp  2.788  Trail Creek IK-Jd ore)  3.5KJ9 10,82l_  Tons.  PRODUCE OF SMKLTEKS.  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte   Pilot Buy. silver lead bullion   Trail Smelter   33,8914  TONS  .. 709  .. 802  .. 125  1.090  ORE SHIPMENTS.  -teturm Sine* I.aat Week.  TIA   KASLO.  May 1��������� ���������  Whitewater to Kverett   May 4-  Wbitowater to Everett ���������  TONS  16  VIA   NAltUSI'.  May 7���������  Idaho   Alamo   Slocan Star to Pueblo   MATTE AND BULLION.  May 1314-  Hall Mines [Matte]   .May 2-  Trail Smelter [Matte]   12  15  100  203  50  MINING RECORDS.  Where no consideration is named in transfers  the nominal sum of 91 is to be understood.)  MINING TRANSFERS.  NELSON.  May5-    .  Golden Eeaglo No 2���������Bond. M Clalvo John  McHale and W F McCulloch to nd ward Com-  inxly ���������) $2400 ($1200 cash remainder 1 Nov.)  Chio-ra-F C Chandler to Frank Fletcher all  his interest $15.  Mays-  Swiss, Highland Chief���������Bond. C   Funs nnd  W K Richmond to It Marpole $100 cash $2(500  July 15 $10,000 Oct 20. ������20,090  Mar list Lawrence���������J Fontaine  to Emile Moran &  May 12-  Borneo���������Andrew Johnson to Peter Scott J.  May 13-  Excheqcur���������W F Teetzel to A H Kelly $500.  Cleopatra���������W II Banibury to A II Kelly and  It S Lcnnio  May 14-  Silvor Chief���������Neil GothinK to G C Wharton i  $100  May 15��������� n  May and Jennie���������Harry Burr to Charlci L  Arnold 1-8 $50.  ROSSLAN'D.  May 1-  Littlo Ncll-Chas Bates to F WHart, $50.  Happy Thought and Kootenay Star���������S E  Haley to J G Bell and W D Pratt 4 in each $60.  Black Iron���������Con Shcchan toChas Thompson 4  Mar ,4-  Grand Prize���������J Bigelow to John Huron 4.  Urabria -F .'ranks to P McNabb i $150-  Virginia No 1���������S M Scell to CH Chapman  ���������nd E Grisel 4 $:<00.   Black-B-.ss-No3;and Bonanza���������J_RPayne to  C H Chapman and E Grisct 4 in each $500.  May 5���������  Montreal Fraction���������L ltammelmeycr to T P  O'Farroll ������. ...  Delaware���������M B Dolan to P Brecheison $100,  Mariposiaj, Hope, King of tho Hills, Franklin 4 in each Ituinbow 4���������N Jerry to John It,  Cook $1,000.  June,   Dummy, Kamloops,   Mackinaw nnd  Wiley���������Jus Smith to E Maloney 4 in each $500.  .     Mariposa���������Chester Glass to N Jerry 4 $35.  No 1 Fraction���������It C Longley to John Gillis, J.  Mountain Home���������Thos Joslyn- to F L Worth  $500.  Dubuque���������J McNcely to A J Hughes and W  H Reese $150,  Ida May���������J F Ritchie to C P Robbins 4 $500.  . Gladstone��������� II Smith to J McHale 4.  Lurline���������D S Ueedcr to Jus Price J ������100.  Superior No 4���������J A Kelly to A S Hughes $100.  j Bonanza���������J T Payne to Chas Pinnoo 4 $50.  Ida May���������A Mathews to John Kyan.  Eden���������P Gaston to H B Smith 4,  May 6-    .  G It Sovereign���������J Ryan G Peterson and Win  Murphy to Ed Welch $25,000 ($400 cash, $850  May 1 $2500 Aug 1 $5000 Nov 1 $10,250 April 21  1807.) "  Lucky Hoy���������W D McFaddcn to J D Scars 4.  Orillia���������A B A corn'to J C Fisher 4 $00.  Commander���������W Lynch to W J Harris 4,  ' Gladiator���������Joseph Keed to A II ltiiiitonf.  Sadie No 2���������Theo Nelson to C P Johnston S.  June, Dummy,   Kamloops,  Mackinaw- and  Wiley���������E Maloney to Jas Price 1-3 in each $500.  May 7���������  .  ������������������   Red Oak���������A Chisholm to Thos Owens 4 $1,500.  Fool Hen No 1���������W J H McKernan to E  Pavicr i.  *  Helena No 2. Sadie No 2, Tincup���������Theodore  Nelson and W P Robinson to A H Clements  and J A Bigelow all interest $120.  '    kaslo. "  May 1-  Premium Award���������O G Seward to G S Andersons and P O Erickson jj $10."  Silver Bell and Golden Bell���������Same to Same 3  $10.  May 2���������  - "Whittaker���������W Moulse to J S Whlttaker 1-3.  E D Baker���������Susan Ediams to D W Moore 4  $50.  Congress���������A J Scott to D W Moore J $150.   "  Echo���������W Moulse to J M Martin 1-3 $1500.  May 4-  Baker 1 Congress J���������D \V Moore to Geo Alexander $225.  Northern   *Belle,    Kootenay   Star.   Dublin  Queen   and   Opher���������Robert  Jackson   to Geo  ��������� Alexander $60,000. ���������  May 5���������  Gibson and  Palouse���������E B Harding to FS  Bradford, reciept in full for balance.  .IIe������*S Heba and Apolla���������Lease, C E Race to  H C Chewett and J J Kingsmill."  May 6-  Urania���������J A Kinman to Gusi Erickson J,  NEW DENVER.  May 6���������  Surprise No 5���������D McRae to H A Ross 3.  May 9-  Pride Alabama, Lynx. Little Giant and May  flower���������J T Foley to J R Cameron,  Noble Five, Knoxvillc, Bonanza King,  World's Fair and Maud E���������E'Duniey to Mary  Lay-lcn J-5.  llrintlle and Mystic Bells���������A Brindlc to C JO  Smitheringalo 4 for half of assessment work  and recorking-  Ifiirner���������P Carrier to L Patricolal.  Lucky Diamond���������Ella Brown to J E Skinner  J'a by Ituth and Galena Bank���������E J Kendall  to A It Fingland j.  Lucky Diamond���������J E Skinner to Block and  McLennan j.  Nancy Hanks���������C E Smithoringale to Kato  Scott 4  ���������-Iiiglen 1 1, Mystic Bells and Brindlo 1-8���������C E  Sinilheriiitcalo to Kate Scott.  Black Beauty���������A lemieux to Eric Lomioux t  "White Buiimy���������Eric Lemieux to A Lemieux 4  Trade Dollar���������.1 J Dynuh 10 J Martin 1-8  May 12-  Mocking Bird���������H- Nivens to L A Moore 1-8  $250.  Saphirc I C W Harrington to J L Retallack J  $300  Blue Grouse nnd Lone Star���������E G Schmidt to  J L Kelallnvk mortgage on i interest $150  Silver Boll No 2���������T McGuigan to A A Newberry 17-32 $5,312.30  Chester Glass records notice that ho owns 1-30  of the Noble Five group his interest being 1-3of  interest owned by \V A Hoiuliyx and G i .Hayward.  NEW LOCATIONS.  NKLSON.  May 4-  Hattie���������H Wilson and G do Maine Sandy Ck.  ��������� Haphazard���������O S Hendee Deer Park.  Greenhorn���������John Bell Nino Mile Ck.  May 5���������  Exchequer���������W F Teetzel, Hall Mines Tram.  May G-  Sultnna���������J M Lamprey e Cottonwood Ck.  May 7���������  Violet���������D Roop. N Fork Salmon.  Oro���������A DQuinville, Deer Park.  Forest Grove���������Same same place.  Golden Slipper���������Chas Walcroft, opp. Groli-  man Ck.  Dexter���������W F McCulloch, 4 in w of Nelson.  May '11-  Thoinas, Great Britain, Great London and  Arnot���������O Engbery and C Monroe, w'side of  Sproule Ck,  ' Northern���������C M Mckay same as above,  St Lawrence���������J Fontaine; Cottonwood Ck.   ���������  Red Rock���������D W Skinner and J H Love, Silve  King wagon road.  May 12-  Gem���������J Bell S side Kootenay river.  May 14-  Noomlay���������A Bunker, Morning mt.  Laura���������J J llargreaves, 24 m s of Nelson."  J it C Fraction���������A Bunker Toad Mt.  Calumet���������John Gillis, Cottonwood Ck.  Tyco���������M J Lynch, Toad int,  KASLO.  May 5-  Star���������J Davis Lockhart Creek.  May 7-  ' London Boy���������H Proctor 1 mile w of 10 Mile  House. '-'  Iron Clad���������Same, same place.  THE WEATHER.  Though -it has been dull and cloudy  during the past week there has been  no rain to speak of. The atmosphere  is warmer.  THERMOMETER. '  May 10-Max. .v. ..70 ������   Min 43 ������  .   ���������'     11-        C5������  41.������  "     12���������         00������  32������  "     13���������         01������  3(S������  "     14���������         02������  31������  '���������     15���������         01������  32=    ���������  "     Hi���������         til3  30������  These readings are taken at 9 a. m. and consequently represent the highest and lowest  temperature during the preceding 21 hours.  DYNAMITE   OUTRAGE.  Attempt to destroy the Bunker  Hill and Sullivan Mill.  Warden, Idaho, May 11.���������An attempt was made last night to burn the  Bunker Hill and Sullivan concentrator.  The perpetrators of the outrage may  have intended also to blow up rhe concentrator with dynamite. About 11.30  while the mill men were at (he boarding house taking their midnight sup-  per.a, terrible explosion was heard, so  heavy as to shake the houses in Kellogg  three-quarter- of a mile away. It was  .fi_jiind_._iat_.abi)ut 20_._feet_of_the_coni_.  pany's water flume, which furnishes  power for the mill and electric light  plant, had been blown out at a point  about 30 rods from the mill. .  Just about this time it was descov  ered that the north end of the mill,  next to the railroad track, was on fire,  but as the flames had not got under  much headway lhey were soon smothered. The parties who started the fin*  had climbed up a ladder and poured  several cans of oil on the building and  on a box on the ground.-  Ib is supposed that itwas the intention of the firebugs to put dynamite in  the Hume with a slow fuse attached  some distance from the mill, with" tlie  intention that it should explode .close  tothe mill while all hands were at  snpper. This would cut oil* the water  and the electric lights, ahd us the men  at supper would be attracted by the ex-*  plosion it would be some time before  tho fire would be discovered, Fortunately one of the mill men takes his supper with him and was eating it in the  Hack end of the-mill and noticed the  flames before they had done-much  damage and gave the alarm. .   ������  There is no clue to the prepetratoi _  of the deed. Mr. Yarbaugh, who lives  just below the mill, was awakened by  the explosion and when he went to  tho doorhe saw a man running down  thetrack. Another man wasseen running up the track just before the explosion. Men were put at work mending the flume today and it will probably  be ruuning tonight.  CHURCH NOTICES.  Sunday. May 17, 1896.  Church  of  England.      Morning  Services and Holy Communion   at 11  a. in.     Evensong ,at 7.30 p. m.  Presbyterian Church. Services at  11 a. in. and7.30 p. in. Sunday School  at 2.30. Prayer meeting* Thursday evening at 8 p. in. Christian  Endeavoi Society meets every Monday  evening at 8 o'clock.  Roman Catholic Church. Mass  and Offices 10 a.m. Vespers at 7.30.  Services first, third aud fourth Sundays of the month.  Methodist Church, Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. tn. . The praver  meeting on Fiiday evening at 8 o'clock.  Epworth League E. of C. on Tuesday  evening __. 8 o'clock.  NEWS OF THE CAMPS.  KASLO.  Frank Cutler bus returned to Kaslo  after a brief visit to   his   friends   in  tho  East.  Mr. C. S. Ence lias rebonded the Hera  Heba and Appolla claims to Messrs.  Kingsmill and H. C. Chewett of Toronto.  Mr. Geo. Alexander bus bought, the  Northeru Belle, Kootenny Star, Dublin  Queen and other chums from Mr. Robert  J ackson for $60,000  The committees appointed to make the  various arrangements for the celebration  of the Queens Birthday, are all hard Bi  work and the affair is likely to surpas.  all previous occasions of a similar character.  The continued cold weather is causing  some little apprehensions of a. repetition  ot the Hood of 1894. Residents whose  houses are. in the possible course of an  outbreak of the creek are getting uneasy.  SLOCAN.  Charley Fans is at work with four men  opening up the Crusader.  An eighth interest in the Chambers  Group has been sold by J- Thompsou to  C. Kent for 81000.  Fifteen men are at work on the Two  Friends. Eighteen tons of ore have been  rawhided on the Arlington trail.  The lower tunnel on the Mountain  Chief which is now in 200 feet has 40  more feet to go before it will tap the  ledge.  A social club has beeu formed in" New  Deuver, chiefly through the agency of  Alex Sproat. The entrance fee has beeu  fixed at $10. The officers are Wm Glynn  president; C.S. Rashdall, Secretary; Alex.  Sproat, treasurer. Messrs. Thomlinson,  Kerr, Sproat, Glynn and Lowery,. form  the comittee.      '_.*-���������  ltOSSLAND.  Two or three carloads of oar from the  Cliff are being shipped to the Hall Mines  Smelter at Kelson.  A preemption bas been staked by P. A-;  O. Farrel on the grouud covered by the:  Paris Belle Mineral Claim. The object  apparently is to get in oq the. ground  floor should the pending' law case go a-  gainst the Paris Belle.  The Kc otenay Water Supply Company  of Waneta will soon be commencing operations. They expect to have 2000 h.p.  from the river, of which 1000 will be sufficient for their own purposes. They propose to utilise the balance by supplying  electrical energy to Trail and Rossland  C. W. Callahan an English Mining Engineer is in Rossland on behalf ofW.  Mclvor Campbell who represents an English Syndicate, he has bonded the City of  Spokane tor $65,000. The claim is situated ou RedMountnin and adjoins the Red  Mountain'and Virginia Claims. The bond  is for 9 months and the purchasers hold  also a cash option, considerable  work has been done on the prospect.  Two associations are on foot in Rossland, having for their object the formation of a Stock Exchange. Messrs. J. A.  Fiuch, Mr. Campbell, R. J. Bealey, F. C.  Loring, G. T. Crane, Geo. Turner and  John M. Burke are seeking incorporation  as an .exchange. Tbey will use a room  temporarily, but intend eventually to  erect a building. Another organization  incorporated in Washington is the Trail  Creek aud Colville Miniug Company and  Stock Exchange. Its capital is $50,000 in  $500 shares. The officers are Judge I. J.  Lichtenberg,- presiden t;���������W.���������R.���������Mey ers,-  vice-president and manager; J. T. Botteg,  director and C. A. Dyer, secretary.  THE  RAMBLER  CASE.  PROBABLE WAR.  Jiulg'enieiit in Favor of Priority of  Location.  A judgement of some importance to  mining men was that delivered in Victoria by the full court, consisting of Justices McCreight, Walkem and Drake, in  the appeal of AtkitiB vs. Coy., This was  an appeal by the defendants from a decision of Judge Spinks, county court judge  of Kooteuay. The defendants and plaintiffs had each located tho same mineral  ground, the defeudeuts making a prior  location under "the name of Cariboo,'but  the plautiffs recording first under the  name of the Rambler, both cJiiiiiiB being,  however, recorded within tho fifteen days  time limit allowed by the statute. Judge  Spinks held that in disputes relating to  miuing claims priority of record should  prevail, and gave judgement in favor of  the Rambler,- which the plaintiffs had  located after but had recorded before the  Cariboo was ^registered. From this  judgement tho present appeal was taken.  The Full court allowed the appeal witli  costs, holding tbat priority of location  governed, provided the recording was  done within' the fifteen days allowed by  the statute.. .The" plaintiffs' counter  appeal for a new trial as to piiority of  location was refused, but plaintiffs were  allowed three months in which to proceed to a new trial on the question ot the  genuineness of the defenders'* claim of  title. Mr.'W. J. Taylor and Mr.-Robert  Cassidy for. appellants (defts.); Mr. A. J.  McColl. Q. C, and Mr. E.-V/Bodwell for  respondents (plffs.)  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.  The preparations that are being made  at Kaslo for a two days celebration of tho  great British' - holiday ensure an even,  greater success than ever before. Race- ',  of all sorts are being arranged and every  kind of sport that can be thought of.  There will be music in abundance and !  decorations everywhere. '  An excursion is being organized from '  Nelson under the auspices of the Odd- j  fellows of which probably a very , large !  number of people will avail themselves,    j  BETWEEN   SPAIN   AND   UNITED  STATES.  Crew of ihe Competitor Sentenced to  Dcutli.  Twice lately have the people of the  United States hnd the excitement of ;>  war scare. Fist the coming struggle was  to b. with England over the Venezuelan  business, then with Spain because un  American vessel had beeu firsd ou iu lhe  neighbourhood of Cuba. This time the  trouble is with Spain again over Cuban  matters.  ���������   It is well known that a great deal of  filibustering is going on' iu Cuba. Thu*  is to say arms aud ammunitions are being conveyed to tbe insurgents b\  American men in American ships. According to the law of natious people  caught at this trade arc liable to be  promptly shot. In other words they art  rebels themselves and iu aiding them  actively they forfeit any pio'.octiou thai'  their^natiouality might otherwise afford.  No nation could recognize its subjects  caught in this business with oat becoming involved itself.  . An American ship the Competitor has  been caught by tho Spanish authoritie.-  while engaged in this filibustering bus  iness. Five of her crew ( of whom four  are Americans and one a British subject)  have been tried by court martial and sen  tenced to death. ������  The American govern menthas requested  a stay of execution until the verdict shah  have been approved by a civil court.  There the question stands at present  The request is a reasonable one for it is  quite p; esible that a court of military  officers actively engaged in a not too successful campaign against a foe, might not  be quite unprejudiced agaiust prisoners  accused ot aiding and abetting that foe. '  On the other hand the request is not so  ���������easily granted by the Spanish goverment.  There is intense excitement in Spain over  the Cuban rebellion. It is well known  that the Uuited States quite openly  favors the side of the. rebels and  more then winks at the trade between its  citizens and them. The Spanish government is severely blamed for not sup  pressing the trouble long ago and it is  folt that a consession in this case, to the  United States may bring od a revolution  in Spain. On the other hand itis believed  that so strong is the American sympathy  with Cubans that the Uuited States will  go to war with Spain rather then have  her citizens suffer for what is considered  interference in a rightous cause.  -    LATEST   INTELLIGENCE.  On Monday last an arrangement was  arrived at between Spaiu and the' United  States by which the Competitor prisoner.*,  irp to have a new trial before the ordinary court, under the treaties existing between the two governments. It will probably be months before the trial can take  place.  The agreement was arrived at only  just in time. The Admiral had confirmed the sentence and every prepnr  ation was being made for carrying it oui.  when a telegram arrived ordering all  papers to be sent to Madrid.  THE BRUSSELLS BIMETALLIST  CONGRESS.  The New York, Engineering and Mining Journal says: "The cause of international bimetallism is by no means  dead; on the contrary, it is making substantial progress, and especially iu Great  Britain, where nearly every prominent  political economist of less thiin seventy  yeai'sof-ageis-a-bimetftllist.���������-On-the-20th-  April there was at Brussels a very important meeting of bimetallists, representing, unofficially, most of tho  European countries, and it was decided  to establish a permanent- bimetallist  congress, with the object of discussing  such suggestions as are brought before it, nnd finally arriving at the most  desirable practical plan for" an international adoption of bimetallism.  "This is the first.rational step that has  really been taken of an, international  character, for, in all the monetary congresses of the past, 1878. 1881 and 1892.  no plan whatever was ready or presented,  and such an official congress, called together withojt any piearranged plan,  could never be empowered by tho respective governments to do anything:  failure wns, therefore, inevitable.. Non-  it may reasonably be expected ; that a  workable plan will be formulated, ami  will be understood and generally nppoved  by the several governments before the  next official monetary congress convenes.  "The names of the priucipnl representatives of the various nations at this con-  ferauce were as follows: Herren vou  Mirbach de Wabnitz and Arendt, for  Germany; Sir William Houldsworth and  Messrs. Grenfell and Shacksommer, for  Great Britain; M. Raffalowich. for'Riissia;  M. Rochussen, member ' of council of  State, for the Netherlands Count Alexandre Karolyi and Koloweat, for Hun  ary and Austria, respectively; M. Bones-  co, for Roumania, aud M.; Raeder, for  Denmark.,  "The first session of the congress was  exclusively devoted to the establishment  of a bureau.. The second session opened  under the. presidency of M. Beerneart,  Belgian Minister of State.   The congress  commenced its labors with a speech  by  M. Allard a Belgian bimetallist, nnd one  ofthe directors of the Nation.il Bank,  who explained at length the object of the !  congress, namely, to place   the question j  of bimetallism on a   practical   basis,  re- j  moved from auy que=tion of any school, j  "Herr Arendt, member of the Reich- i  6tag, supported the speech of M. Allard,'  aud the session was concluded by a!  speech by the French delegate Fougerolle.;  "How can Americans best promote the '  success of  the   bimetallist   cause?     As- ���������  snrdedly   by  rejecting all   propositions"'  that would lead to a depreciated currency  and that would "identify,  in  the public  mind, bimetallism witli  depreciated or  dishonest money." - j  LOCAL   NEWS.  NEWS OF   THE   WOELJ).  Judge Spinks arrived last night and  !.'..__ Coiiuiy Court is sitting to day.  Mr. G. E. Caukin, District Agent of tin*  Tr.-tvellerB Insurance Co., is iu town.  W'liter .JohnRobinson, son of Deputy  Sheriff Robiu-ion, has been appointed by  Sheriff Redgrave, Diipniv Hlu-riff, to  assist his father in Went Koolenay with  head quarters in the town of Ross.and.  A.now -ample room has been added, to  to the Nelson- Hotel.. Commercial men  making it their bend quarters will find  tlieir necessities iu this lino amply provided for.  Owing to the continued cold we.ithe'  .'the excursion ' to .Balfour by the S- S.  Kokanee, arranged' for -Monday next,  has been postponed until-' some date in  June, of which due notice will bo given.  A specimen ot quartz witli groy copper  lias been takeu from tlie Nelson Claim.  This property is situated within a quarter  of a mile of the smelter and is the property of Nelson Diihamel and.Johu Campbell. A sample has been' sent to Pilot  Bay. for analysis.. .  Our Kaslo contemporary makeVa new  appearance very much for the better  uuder the new management. . \Vc havo  with Borne difficulty succeeded iu learning how to spell the new name oE tho  journal but we are at a loss how to pronounce it.  Mr. J. Evans of Evans Coleman & EvdiiP,  wholesale 'merchants and shippers of  Vancouver, has decided to open a branch  in Nelson. The coke for the Hall mines  which is   now   beiug   brought   in   from  : Wales has been shipped through the  ngeiioy of this.firra. Air: Evans-we understand will d.vote himself to the iiqnor  trade.  Some inconvenienco is being caused to  the public by the'closin'g of the telephone  exchange at 8 p. .m. Very' often tho  passengers by the Spokane train do not  arrive uutil"atter thi-' time and   many  ..other people Iind ' it necessary to coin-  municate with friends at. a late hour.  Everyone is so accustomed to all uij-ht  telephone service, that to close at eight  seems like goiug back to the days' of  King Alfred and the Curfew bell.  , A largely attended, meeting was held  last Saturday afternoon at the ollice of  M r. W. E. G. Dickson to form a Stock  Exchange. Opinions were expressed that  from its central position Nelson should  be the chief poi.it for. business of this  -kind. A committee was'.appointed- tn  make enquiries as to the constitution of  other exchauges. It consisted of Dr. La-  bau aud. Messrs. Fletcher, Sherwood,.  Thompson and St. Barbe.  ��������� The agent of lhe Spry Palmer Dramatic Company has been in Nelson, but he  can find-nor hall" in which his company  can perform. This is to be regretted as  the company is said to be a igood ono.  Its repertoire includes comic opera,  drama, comedy and variiilies. They open  at' Sandon oil the 2Ul'h aud visitors to  Kaslo on the Queer's Birthday will have  an oportunity of hearing them ther..  .Two new establishments have beeu  opened iu the town this week. Thompson  Bros., who have been bringing in carloads  of'books, Hat paper,, bags,, general stationery and toys, have got their stock arranged and have commenced -business.!  Mr. E. AVilliamson has taken the office-  recently occupied by the'C. P. R.Tele-'  graph Department at the corner of Ward  and Baker streets and has opened it as n  gents furnisher. This store is one of tho  best, if not the best, stands iu towu.  Tbe opening up of tho country round  Siocan City requires that .the trail up the  river from' the Slocau .Crossing to ttie  Lake should at once be put-in 'travelling  order. It is quite possible that a railway will lie built there some day and it  is also equally possible for travellers to  _gc7inVi"a7Kn"sH">"San"don~an"d_N"ew"7i_)en^  ver. But there is a good aud convenient  trail up the river intended foi the ut,o of  those, people who may not want to wait  for the railway and who may not caro for  a 100 mile journey to reach a place 50  miles off. .The government should therefore see to putting it iu order at once.  ��������� Among the visitors to the towu during  the past have been E. H. Tomlinson ��������� of  the Last Chance, who has ;been spending  thewiuter in Florida, Dennis R; Harris of  Victoria, who has been looking at Trail  Creek, W. P. Thomas of San Francisco, 1__  J: W. Pearse of Kamloops.'nnd H Bedliug--  ton of Toronto, J. W. Hughes of- tlio  Mountain Chief, Scott MacDonald, A.W.  McCune and T. J. Lendruni of Aiusworih,  W. Fellew-Harvey and R. D. Kei'inond  of Vancouver, and O. G. Dennis of Kaslo,  Mr. Dennis is about commencing work on  the new assessment.  ���������  The medal of the Royal Humane .Society whieh has .been uwai-iled to  Hector Sprout, arrived on Thinsday.  It is the hand-oiiie bronze medal with  the -.voi'da Hoc Fretilin)" Give St-rvaio  Tulit 011 one side and on the other a  child blowing a flickering torch ii.lt> a  Hume with the words Latent Scintil-  liila Foisiin. The translation of the  iii'sb* of these mottoes i_, "He bears  this reward for saving the life of a  citizen" and of the latter, "Perhaps a  spark (of life) .remains." Mr. Sproat'.-*  name and the date of his heroic action  are on tlie rim. ' When it is remembered that Generals' and Admiral*  proudly wear this medal on* their  breasts next the coveted V. ��������� C, its I  award is not an event lightly to be pas- j  sed over. __J ^  j  ���������   fIRE   WAEDMS. "    j  At the election held at the Court Hon. e.  on Tuesday last, the following gentlemen  were unanimously   elected  to    serve   as  Fire Wardens for the ensuing 12 uio-.ths. :  John .1. Malone.   G..W."Ui-!iardsmi, and j  G. A. Bigelow. Mr. Malone is C.ipiniii .of >  the Fire Brigade aud Mr. Itichnrd-o.) rep-'  resents the chief-fire i_-;:iai;c ��������� 1 oiiipu.ic. ;  doing business in the district.   They  are'  both men of energy niid u'lder  ttiei'r care '���������  the townspeople  may   lent  a-surrd   Unit;  every possible precaution will be taken to  prevent disaster fiom fire.  Au action has been commenced on be  half of Mr. Bostock again.t Mr. -Hor"-*-  I'avnf for libel, with the damages.laid at  .SIO,"1*-'. The libel is alleged to haw  been-uttered by Mr. Home-Payne at  Golden. " j  j     A strike of Ihe street rail road employ-  | es in Milwaukee has paralyzed traffic  Dr. Salmon, the oldest freemason, iu  the world has dk-d in.London, at the age  of TOG  The expoil, of gold IVoin New York  :o lOiirope continue.**, ^L'.SIXJ.OOO went  lo Germany lasl -week.  San Francisco ia to haven bij< series of  [iiigilistic contests in tbe near future.  Several well known pugs are already on  the list.     '  The Piinei'.ssl-eat.iic-hus been made  Governor of the   Isle* of Wight.     Hrr  late husband, Prince ll.nry of Batten  berg previously held I lie otlice.  A child wiih three eye^i has-.been born  al Portland.. Tho third optic is over the  uose, aud is as well developed and apparently (is Hoivicable:iis .the others.     ,  In these dny.s of cIhss legislation 'it in  'satisfactory to note "that the Supieme  Court of Illinois has disaltowed'fh. laws  closing barber shops'on Sunday as uueou-  stitution.al.  It has . been ��������� discovered ^that gross  frauds were committed at thebaic Siiusa-  lito election,- and much excitement prevails. .Some of the defeated caudkliitc'.'  will demand a new election.   ������������������  A train loaded with troops'destined for  the-island '-of Madagascar "collided. on  Sunday near Algiers with another train.  Five officers were killed aud f>0 soldier-  hud' the crew of ono of the trains injured.  -The race between, six bicyclists on a  .-ixluplet machine aud the Empire state  express on tha New York Central-Will  .take pluce near Albany, N. Y., this week.  ��������� ' In addition to two. iufantrygrcgiment  ordered from India to..'Suakim for garrison duty, a regiment of cavalry, mounted  balteiy aud detachment of engineers will  proceed as soon as,possible to. Africa,  . A party, of 1,000 Dervishes, ��������� l-iileineu  and a laigi* number of "nioiintcd Dervishes have been seen near Akasheh.  They appear to be to be concentrating  for, an attack upou that place: "���������  ��������� Tlio .Vulcan "lion Works of Sail  Francisco w'ere destroyed by-Hiq" Umt  Sunday morning. ! The "damage is  estimated at $1CO",000 "of which .fSl.oOO  is eovoredby insurance. The adjoin-'  ing works ni t bt* Ileliaiice Machine Co.  were slight!vdamaged: -���������    ���������'���������  .    '','���������  Conductor   McClelland    and   George  Clemmens,' a colored man   en ployed ns a   -  waiter on the east-bound Great Northern  train, fought a duel in a dining ..car, the  negro using a knife aud the conductor   .  his bell puueu. McClolland was very badly -  slashed. ->-.���������'���������������������������. ������������������   .  ' The Populists of Oregon will'.make a  determined effort carry that State at the  Jnmi eleclious. Prominent speakers .will  be brought, uiil from the East to stump  the State, rind the leaders of the party  expect lo place Oregon at .the head of the  Populists list.   ' .'  An interesting feature in the fourth-  coming elecirial exhibition of .New  York will be a complete set of apparatus for the exa 111 ination of human  lioncs and other objects under the  Roentgen X-Rays, These will be set c  up.in.the exhibition, so that visitors  will be able to see their own bones,   ���������  The Shah of Persia has been murdered and is succeeded by Muz/.afTer ISd-  Din, his son. The murderer h'ns been  capliu-ed und confessed that the deed  is*tho outcome of a conspiracy., For  I wo months he sought, his opportunity  in vain. Two of the assassins.n'eices  were domestics in the Royai Harem  and they'kept, their uncle 'informed of  the Shahs 'movements. On Friday  !']_U_ILllJ-,'_!<- ___!���������___��������� >t that, his majesty; .j.  would Visit the. "Mosque- of Abdul -r  Azin. Ho went there and shot the  Shah with a revolver. He intended.to  blow" his own brains out bub-was'-arrested before he could do so.     <>  Binui���������On Friday 15th May, at Nelson, li, O, the wife of G. "W. Bruce  Heathcote ofa daughter. .  PROVINCIAL.  For  the  purpose  of giyiuR  a much  desired   mail  service  to the Canadian <>  Yukon country, the Dominion govern- i  iiienl.  ban decided  to tiwaid a contract ���������  to.Capt. William   Moore,- the veteran  explorer,    to   make  three   trips  from ..  Juneau   to    Fort   Cudahy  and   Foi ty-  Milu  Creek  at $ij(X) a trip.    Owing to  the"' extreme   dilliciilty   of ,th't>  route  only   li*tl. r.s will  be carried.    The lirst  mail   leaves   Vieti-riu on May the 18th  by   the Topeka. . dipt. Moore goi-n to  Alaska 111   once  to .make iii? preparations,    From   Juneau   the mail will.be  curried., by. steamer" to the head ofthe  Lynn canal, and thence will be packed  by men   through the White p.'iss lotite  to Tooshie,   from* which point theie is *  water.,   coi.iiniiiiiication      with     Fort  Cudahy,by the  Yukon   river.    Hither-   .  to there has only been one mail a year "  into the Yukon country.  '  -     .'      ...  The working model of a fine gold  saving machine hasbeen const'iticted  at the Albion Iron works in Victoria,  which may-solve the puzzling pioblem  of saving-at a small cost the gold con- *.  tained in black sand, the line gold  sometime, invisible to the naked eye,  which is constantly being lout in hydraulic proposition., and .with some  modification- :is an n.malgamator and  concentrator in st.imp mills, increasing  capacity of a stamp mill' four-fold, sav- '  ing the free gold in the ore and throw- -  ing out the sulphurets contained in the  tailings for fmther treatment freed  from tbr lighter matrix. This machine, . *  roii-idei'ing its capabilities, is very  simple in const ruction.' It can be made  iii any si'/..*' from a hand machine foi  the. prospect or, with the weight of  about bV) 'pounds with capacity for  titii.-ilgiiiiintiiig about 10 lo 12 tons per  day, in that liiat-for hydraulic mining,  wpighiiig lii'.iriy a ton and a half, and '  which c.-in draw the piineipiil part oi  the gold Irom two' thosand tons of the  r-*-. aping, tailing** daily. These machines will be constructed iii such a manner that they can be taken to pieces  for transportation. - THE MINER, NELSON/^.- C,  SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1896.  JUST   IE   QLAD.  0, h������*it ef mine, w*a shouldn't  Worry so!  What w������'-������ misled of calm  we   oaulda'l  Have, you know!  What we've met of itonny palo,  And of sorrow's driving rain,  We can better meet again,  If lt Uow.  We have ���������rred in that dark hour  We have knpwn,  When the tears fell with the tshowef,  All alono���������  Were not shine and shower blent,  'As the gracious Master meantf  Let us temper our content  With HU own.  For we know, not every morrow  Can be sad;  - So forgetting all the sorrow  Wo have had,  Lot us fold away our .ear.,  Aud put by our foolish tears,  And through all the coming years  Just be glad.  THE PHANTOM  BALAKLAVA.  By. VKRK T.BUMT.  "You may talk about your orthodox  ghosts who haunt ancient castles, wailing  and groaning, and carrying flaming  lights from window to window tor apparently no earthly, or rather unearthly,  purpose save that of terrifying out or his  wits some poor hind bearing home a bewildered brain after staying too long with  ���������John Barleycorn' in the village Inn, but  for something that has forever baffled me  and made me often wonder whether I was  dreaming or  awake,   commend    me  to  - what I saw, or thought I saw, the night  before Balaklava. Oct. 26, 1854."  And my father,threw himself back la  his armchair before the fire in the smoking-room grate as he took a long whiff of  a newly lighted cigar aud gazed dreamily  Into the flames that were crackling up the  chimney.  r The subject of conversation had drifted  from the battlefields of yesterday, ia  Abyssinia and Zululand, to those of thirty  years before, when the tall, heavy forms  before us of my father and his old comrades . In arms, Sir Langley Feth.__.to__*  and Colonel Elmhurst, with their grey,  bristling mustaches, their still erect gait,  their unconsciously Imperative style and  their solemn and grave deportment, were  as light.. as. my own, Aubrey's, or Bob  Fetherstone's that night as we sat around  listening to the stories of the hot days  when our . fathers were men as  young as  - we.  '' Hand, me my memory, Aubrey,'' said  :n% father, pointing to the huge cavalry  sabre that .hung over the . mantelpiece���������  The sword that had waved over the now  ; Iron-gray head, that' then was chestnut,  as its owner with a shout of defiance bore  down.upon the ranks of the Muscovites,  on the wintry plains of the Crimea.  My father dr.w the sword from its scabbard and lovingly surveyed the glittering  blade. -  "Old 'never-failed-me'!" he said.   "Do  you see that dint in its edge, Lang?   Got  ..that crossing ��������� the Alma off the helmet of  -a Russian  oulrassler.   I sent   the blow  -.through steel and skull together.   There  ..is another!   Got that the  25th of October  '��������� from the commander of the Cossacks that  charged the left flank  of  the  ' heavies.'  ' He struok at ine, I parried, thore is the  mark."  "And then?" said Sir Langley.  "I swept  it  round   and  caught him  across the throat,"  answered  my father  abstractedly.   "I saw his body afterward  when it was turned over to his  relatives,  for he was a noble, a grand  duke  I  believe.   The same angry frown  was upon  his handsome features as just before my  steel entered  his  jugular.   And here is  another���������but there I   If I once, got started  . telling anecdotes of every experience tbat  old blade went through in   my'hands I  would stay talking until morning.   Put  lt up again,   Vic.   I  love  to   handle  it  whenever I settle down  to tell a story of  the old days.   It, as it were, inspires mt,  by bringing  back   the events of bygone  years to my. mind as if they but happened  yesterday."  Seeing, that we were all watching him  in anticipation he again took some whiffs  of his cigar and commenced:  "It was the night before  the . never-to-  be-forgotten  25th   of  October.   We were  close to the   Russian   lines,   our pickets  -7-eing--almost--within-halling-distance-of  .the enemy.  "I WM riding out to inspect the sentries  stationed along' the. Grodno road.   It was  - a wet, cold, night,, and I clasped my great  *" coat close . about. me, . and   spurred  my  . charger . along   the  muddy  road.  . As  1  ' reached the side of the valley .1 .drew him  in quickly as I hoard a distant rumble,  like the moving of some parks of heavy  ordnance at the extreme end. I listened. .  -All was "still again. - An occasional  .stray shot- from .the outposts, ta distant  challenge of a sentry, a light, here and  -there peering through thc murky mist  from the.doomed   city,   and   between   it  "and.us a .large, uneven "mass of . something indistinguishable' that marked out  tlie Kussiau lilies.  "I rode on. I arrived at the station of  thu sentry, and as I .did -mo some smart  firing broke out toward the rear. Our  pickets were evidently being driven in,  and I Bent the sentry back to hasten up  the supports.    He never returned.    I _nl>-  " seiiuently heard that he had gone on   with  - the re-enforcements he had been sent to  summon, and been captured.  "I stayed cursing his dolay for over  half an hour. When I-again ��������� heard the  same rumbling noise I looked up the valley. -All was dark, but the rumblo seemed to be advancing at terrific pace. As it  was coming from -our lines, ��������� I,thought it  might be a night attack. ' Although, how  cavalry could be of any service at such an  hour, on such a night," I failed to gee.  But it is the soldier's duty to. obey first,  and to form his opinion afterward,, and-  .1 eagerly awaited the oncoming ������ of the  force. .  . "A white streak appeared 200 feet  away, the noise crashed upon me with  full force, and in. an instant - I saw tho  charging ranks and the wild, eager forms  of tbe soldiers seated on their foaming,  galloping steeds. Forms, did.I say? Yes,  forms only! ,��������� Forms ,pale and - shadowy..  Horse and man alike woven, as it were,  out of the mist. On they came, icy  breezes rushing with them as they swept  by. Mr horse plunged and reared  frantically. To save myself from being  dismounted I sprang from his .back into  the snow,.aud, prancing and snorting, he  made off towards our lines, giving rise to  the subsequent rumor of my death.  "As I turned I saw the form of Louis  Nolan. He was sitting half round In his  saddle, hli sword banging from his wrist,  bis forage cap in his hand, which he was  waving exultingly. His face" was parti  ally turned from me toward the ranks,  but not a word jpas-cd the open mouth,  with ������l* ���������_���������*������������������ _rt������������a������-������U������a, tfce-aflkl  jould see a blase in the glistening eyes.  0a they came, hussars, lancers, dragoons,  with all the pomp and glory and magni-L*  'jeiioe of war mingled with the*mysterr ef  the world unknown. There' rode Major  Halket. His proud, handsome face set  firmly and unflinchingly, his sword  clinched in his hand, as lt was found  next day when they raised his body from  the blood-soaked soil. Then oame Lord  Fitzgibbon. You knew him, Lang, and  so did 1, since as children we played together in the green woods of Mount  Shannon.- He was pointing a shadowy  finger ahead, and his attitude wm as If  he wm calling to his hussars following  close behind.. As he dashed by he recognized me, and a sad, oh I what a sad  smile, flitted across the pallid face for an  instant as he tossed a last farewell to  me, In his careless, boyish style, and disappeared Into the mist. Next came  Pigott, the Lovelace of the Seventeenth.  The same serene light in those eyes that  had broken many a maiden's heart In the  drawing-rooms of Belgravla. And Hack-  ett���������Haukett of the Fifth-" the saint,"  as -we ot the First Royals used to call  him, that upright, God-fearing, greathearted man, whose name wm called on  the muster roll of heaven ere the sun set  next day. His eyes were now fixed on the  murky sky above, his faoe bore the calm,  assured, expectant look that Jerome must  have worn at the stake. He was galloping far in advance of his men, as If anxious to obtain his recompense, In a flash  he disappeared into the dark. ;  The gusts of icy winds accompanying  the rush of the phantoms were now declining in their force, tho rumbling  noise that had risen to the roar of a  temptest during their progress past was  now quieting down. As the last line of  charging horse passed from my sight I  saw a shadowy lieutenant of the Guards'  beside me. He pointed in the direction  whither they .had gone, a -scornful smile  was on his spectral' face. His hollow  voice echoed tauntingly in my ear:  " 'So Major Hurst, ofthe First Royals,  prefers discretion, to valor because he belongs to the heavy and not to the light  brigade!"  "I aimed a blow at - my traducer, but'  my hand only struck  into tho empty air.  "He laughed a mocking laugh, and  again pointing down tho valley said,  ?Go!'  "The warm nose of my horse, who had  returned, was pressing against iny hand.  ' " 'I will show you. that at least one of  the "heavies" can do as well as the'men  of the light brigade I' I cried, jumping  into the saddle and galloping off after thai  vanished cavalry. I felt liko one bereft  of his senses. I galloped on and on in  tho dark until I saw again the whito  streak approaching me in a contrary  direction and the rumbling eoholng in  the rear. A seoond and lt burst upon my  sight. But what a change! Horses,  riderless, terrified, wounded, maddened  with excitement. "Not' a single form of  soldier passed. Riderless horses! Riderless horses! Riderless horses! Here and  there opaque spots upon the shadowy  ���������addles, showing where human blood had  rushed down. I drew aside - from the apparent stampede - of ghostly - steeds. and'  waited. Then I saw another-white streak  approaching. It came nearer! It wm  upon me! The ' fur caps, the long riding  coats, the leggings, tho long lances, and,  above all, the superb horsemanship displayed told me that thoy were the Cossacks of the czar. But their faces were  as rigid as tbe dead. Instead of their  habitual yells, in victory or defeat, not  a sound - escaped from the tightly closed  lips. As I gazed-like a man walking in  his sleep I saw ono of the silent host, bearing full upon me, bis lance In rest, his  cold, dead eyes holding me transliseil so  that I could not move a limb. 1 folt' my  charger tremble beneath me, but he never  made an effort to break away. A moment more and a pang shot through my  heart. Then all seemed dark, save foT mi  occasional star shooting by. The stars  Increased In number; then more and  more, until they formed a disk like the  full moon, that again wm transfigured  Into a sun, whose intense light almost  blinded me.. I struggled to place my  hands over my eyes, and as I did so I  heard a voice above me say:  " 'He's coming ta My I but it wm a  close call.'  "I opened my eyes, I wm lying  swathed in blankets In the tent of one  of the boys of the Ninety-third. My limbs  and body were tingling from recent friction, and five bearded faces were peering  " an xlously- into - my -half-opened- ey ea���������������������������-  '' I recognized Heathcoate. Poor Heath-  coate that wm afterward killed at Delhi,  just'after being gazetted m colonel: for his  gallant corps.  " 'Why, old man,' he wid. .joyfully,  'you were near Saving the Russians a job!  I found you lying stiff and stark near tha  Grodno road, . as .our boys came along to  help the Twenty-sixth drive back the attack on the outposts. We brought you  here and have had a big job getting you  round. It's a wonder you are not minus  toes and fingers, but.there!s only the tip  of your ear frozen.'    .��������������� -   -  " 'And,' added my father, touching the  uneven surface of.his left ear, 'there is  the mark where the Russian frost bit  me,' but the vision I saw that night is, in  view of the events of the following' day,  far more indelibly Implanted In my  memory."  I'll. Whittling or Mualcal True.  . The musical tree Is a native of the West  Indies, growing abundantly, on all. the  islands of that group except Jamaica, lt  has a very peculiarly shaped pod which  is spilt-open along the edge, .and the  wind whistling through, thousands of  these shell-liko pods - produces the sound'  which gives the tree its 'name. A species  of acacia.' which _grows very abundantly  in the Soudan, is also called the "whistling tree," for similar reasons.  Sweeping Without Dint.  "A Poterboro' morchant says: "I sweep  my.floor without' raising a bit of dust.  The brooms are dipped.in coal oil -.before  sweeping. The odor Is .. unpleasant at  flrst, but a few minutes',: airing serves to  remedy that evil. The .oil takes up every  particle of dust and leaves' tho floor as  clean as when flrst .laid. I have been  using the oil in this way for six months  and  am   satisfied   that    the   - scheme, is  good."^   -    TU������ Bridegroom, ot llerlin.  The marriage statistics for 1893,  which  are just out, show that tho Nestor of brlde-  ��������� grooms at Berlin during that year was a  widower aged eighty-three, ' whose  bride  had arrived at the age of three score years  ' and three.   Nine men, all widowers  over  seventy, married again in the same year.  . At the other end of the line stand  forty-  four girls, aged sixteen, who married men  of various ages, the youngest bachelor being just nineteen.   < A Typewritten Ne-rapaper.  Callente, Cal., has a newspaper edited  by a woman, whioh Is written entirely  wlkka ������nMnll-f Hi laraad twto. ������  Planing Mill!  Doors,   Sashes, Turned  Work,  Brackets i and \ Office f Fittings.  SATISFACTION   G U ARANTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.  THOS. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.      .  Spokane Fails &,  FOR SHORT ORDERS  at All Hours,  GOTO  THE BON TON  JOSEPHINE STREET*  Open    Day    and    Night.  -vriss ___:. m. x>T_r_r_5,*_r,  FltOFRIETRfS-.  (250)  Northern R'y.  Nelson &  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Mi Rail ic S)ii_ae, Was..  Daily (Except Sunday) Between      sane  and Northport.  Tri-Weekly Between Northport and Nelson.'  Leave 7-30 a.m. NELSON Arrive 6.15 p. m.  UlIXINS. AOKNTS.  Trains leave Nelson for Spokane every  Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning leave Spokane Toesdays, Thursdays  nnd i-A-URDAYS at 7 a. m., and making  close connection by S.S. Nelson witb all  Kootenay Lake points.  .���������iiKsengers for Kettle River und Boundary Creek, conuect at Marcus witb stage ou  Mondays,. Wednesdays, Thursdays a_..d  Fridays.  Passenger- tor Trail Creek mines con  n**������5l at Nortliport with st-i-.-* "Duilv-  NELSON DIVISION OF WEST KOOTENAY  DiSTIUCT.  XT OTICE is hereby given, in accorflunoe  .___> with the Suitules. that Vrovmeiiu.  ltevcnu. Tax and all taxes levied uinlur tne  "Assessment Act." are now due for lhe year  18!Hi All lhe above-named taxes collectiblo  within the Nelson Division of West Kootenay  are now.payn.ble at my oflice.  Assessed laxc_ ui-t*. collectible at I lie following rates, viz:  If paid on'or before the 30th Juno, 189K:  One-half of one per cent, on real property  Onel.liiiM   of  one  per  cent,   ou  personal  property.  Two per cent, on  assessed value of wild  land.  One-half of one per cent, on income,  it paid after 30th June, 18S-���������  Two-thirds of one per cent, on real proper! y.  One-half of one   per cent,   on  personal  property.  Two and one-half per   cent, on assessed  value of wild land.  Three-fourths of ono per cent, on income.  Provincial Uovonun Tax, $3.00 per capita.   ,  O. G. DENNIS,  Assessor and Collector.  January 2, 1896. (269),  S.S, Alberta  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth,-Pilot Bay and  Nelson daily (Sundays excepted! at i a. m.  LEAVE NELSON for Pilot Hay" Ainsworth  and   Kaslo daily  (Sundays excepted)   at  3.30 p. m. ,    ,    ��������� T      '  Close connection is thus made.hctween Lake  i points and all outgoing and incoming trains of  the C. P. lt. at Nelson.  Tho steamer is newly equipped in every par  ticular, is lit throughout by electricity., and  contains bathroom and all modern conveniences  for the comfort of passengers.  Tlie above schedule is in cllect 1st of April,  1896 subject to change.  JAS. WAUGH GEO. F. HAYWARD  Purser. 34 Master-  W. J. G.  DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  .MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  isr_3X_so_sr, b. o.    [335)  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  INti-ttANCE and ��������� ��������� ���������  .   COMMISSION AtiKNT.  VICTORIA ST.,  ������I4  NELSON. B. C.  E. A. POWYS & CO.  _sr_3i-SO_sr, b. c.  Mining Agents and Sharebrokers,  Insurance, Real Estate. Commission  and Mining Machinery Agents.  A Register kept with full particulars of Claims.  SALES NEGOTIATED.     ^  KELLY, DOUGLAS & CO..  V_-__SrOO*rJ*V'_E3*R. BC.  WHOLESALE    GROCERS    AND   DIRECT  IMPORTERS FROM  China,   India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groceries, Cigars, Cigarettes,  Tobaccos, Etc.  Prompt Allen linn to AU Orders.  **      '   I32i.   JAMES  MOWAT,  CARPENTER and BUILDER.  3sr__3X_.so_sr- b. o.  Plans,   Elevations,   Details and   Estimates  furnished when required.  Orders    left   nt   Turner   &   Kirk Patrick's  ' Vernru Street, will receive prompt attention.'  :      "        r���������-��������� ----- [2111)~ *"��������� -"  Page Ponsford Bros.  Ita-tlng* Slrfel. Vancouver, II. C.  direct imp0btebs of all high-  p glass english mek's  "fpmishings ;���������  Such as Christy's Hats, .Dents  & Fowne'sGloves, Dr. Jaegers  Cartwright & Warner's Underwear, Scotch Rugs, Flannel,  Matting and Crepe Shirt  Trousers, etc., etc.  VEGETABLES  .     1! MEAL GROCERY SIOBR  A Car load of the Famous  Okanagan Vegetables.    Superior  to any in the Market.  NEW LINES OF STAPLE Al FANCY .ROCEBIES  AT CLOSE PRICES.  R.iTT_a*������    Fresh from the  Creameries of Australia and  OULLCr California. "Try it.  SEE OQB JAlsH JELLIES!  Put up in Fancy Glass and Majolica Jugs.    Buy. the jug and  you get its contents free.  A. C. BUCHANAN.  >./  (301)  S '   - ������������������ -_*������������������    s  V-****"        ���������*s7X ������������������   >v^  ^C****'  > Vienna Bakery and Restaurant  BAEEB S-rHinJ-JT, JST-SLSOlsrs  Our Restaurant is a success.    People come here and find they  can get anything- they feel like eating.  MEAT OR  PASTRY AT REASONABLE RATES.  Picnic   Lunches put  up   at any   time.     Chicken,  Ham,   Pies  Gakes, Buns, Etc., constantly onjiand.  Boston Baked Pork and   Beans  to   order.    Bread deliveied to  all parts of the city.  HTJOVIEI.  ������te   *M_S_:RTI*lsr,   PEOPES.  A  325  s\       ^_  ��������� >       *���������*���������**���������-  ��������� ���������*--<������-  ___������������������_  "s-  Thos. Dunn 65.Co.,L'd.  DEALERS IN  MI', _IMI.li.U' _l_  BAB AND SHEET IKON,  MIN KIM* -BOVE-lt,  MINEKV P1������K_,  ���������W IKE HOPE-,  BAK A-l>  SHEET STEEL,  -lAKIIAA HOPES,  DYNAMITE   FUSE ANI������ CAPS.  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR MINING CO.'S  Write for Quotntious. Cnble Address. "Dunn."  (.33) v*__^_srco"T_r*v__iJ_s, _B- c.  QUICKSILVER.  fl  ALBION  -B _l_srC3-I-I_T_E3aEQRS:  IRON FOUNDERS. K01 L1.K MAKERS * *  MANUFACTURERS OF MARINE AND  LAND/ENGINES,   BOILERS,   ETC.,  FISH CANNING   AND   MINING  MACHINERY, HIDRAULIC GIANTS,  *      -    *   .        * , PIPES  AND SINKING   PUMPS  TOR MINES.  French Ranges, Stoves, Grates, Etc.  8OIE ABENTB tOBRE-RY B. WOBTHIMiTOVS  STEAM  PUMPS  ANI> INUEBSOU  KM*. DBILl ������*������.���������* STEAM BOCK BKII4J..  No, 6 Chatham and 71 Store Street,  P. 0. DEAWEB 12    -    VICTOBIA, B. C   .  <20->  tie Mcdowell atkujs watson go., li,  e-^WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-*_*>_>  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Right.   Prompt attention to all orders.  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, oo  10 AND 12 OOR DOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE 8TREET. X/AMftOI IX/FP    R    fC  417 HASTINGS STREET iff   ������������nwUU������6nj   P������  W-  MAll OBI'EBS PHOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.    . 13������  SLOT MACHINES,  Big Money Makers,  Of  any   description,  for   Saloons,  Hotels and Cigar Stores.  WRITE FOR PRICES TO  M. GINTZBUBGEE,  Cor. <;or������Ioya  anil Camlile Streets,  VANCOTjVEE      -       33. O.  297.  THE DIPLOCK  LIMITED.  ���������>viioi_i:sai.k ���������  WHOLESOME  2 Ounce   t_*m   i-OiU  lo.   ~i>   Ceii....  LuiMt Bcuarnd  :������ ���������������������a-_.  (2*3������  Fapr Dealers ii.tio.er_i  VANCOUVER, B. C.  The Red Book.  Price $4. per Copy  The Only Directory of the Province in Two Years.  A COMPLETE GAZETTEER  of over 600 points in British Col um bin, mnii}* of which have never before  appeared in auy Diroctory or Trnde Refcretico Book  with Locution. Population Ac.  BANKING TOWNS * TELEGRAPH OFFICES  RAILWAY STATIONS EXPRESS OFFICES  POST OFFIOES   ,       _ MONEY ORDER OFFICES  A POCKET KEFERENCE BOOK  OF ALL THE . .  TRADES, PROFESSIONS,    INDUSTRIAL   AND  MINING   ENTERPRISES.  Over  .000 Bunin_-- and Profes-ional  .Firms, 1 _!1 Natnes of Partners, Kinds of  Business, Street Address in Cities.  PUBLISHED BY.  THE ���������.*.���������   MEECHANTS'    *    AGENCY,  VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. (350)  EDWAIiD APPLEWHATTE & CO..  SOLE A_F>T������ FOR  Brinsmead & Nofdheimer Pianos.  Dixon, Borgeson & Co.'s Fhov Cases.  .lelf Opening Bags, Wrapping Paper and  Twin. (125)  S, J<J. corner Baker and Josephine streets,  NELSON, B. C.  PCAT       CCT'A TC FINANCIAL AND  fxC/AL   LjI A IC,     insurance agents  Lo'dna negotiated on JSekou property.   CoUcttionpniadt.   Conveyancing documents drawn up  o  Town Lota Laada tad Minintf Okims Hudkd on (_htn_B_H_Mk ���������*_.wr_!_-WS������-f*!WraT^^  IHE MINER, NELSON, B.. C., SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1896.  lite jBintr.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed to any address in Canada or  the United States, for one year on receipt of  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of S3 per column inch,per  month.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at'the rate of /j cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and /o cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Advertisements  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  aLL COMMUNICATIONS.to the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and ad-  ���������   dress   of the ''writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in first-rate style at  the shortest notice.  ADDRISS  ThiMinir Printing* poblishinqCo  NELSON.   B.C.  A CENTRAL STOCK EXCHANGE.  The movement   started  here    last  Saturday to inaugurate a Stock Exchange was a good one. Nelson  will not maintain her position as the  capital of Kootenay by pursuing a  policy of doing nothing. She has  active rivals and her central position  aud many advantages will not avail  her if she is not up and doing with the  rest.  It so happens that most of the stocks  in   which   the   public   are   dealing at  present are those of mines not in the  immediate   neighborhood   of   Nelson.  . Most of   them are at Trail Creek ami  while the brokers of Rosslund naturally  are doing a good business, their  rivals in Spokane are pulling hard to  get the   business   iuto   their ..hands.  Bus this condition of affairs will not  always    exist.       Already    the   most,  eagerly sought  of our mining shares  are  those   of  the   Silver King.   Tho  mines   of the Slocan,  hitherto principally  worked bv private parties are  giving signs' of appealing to the public  ,for funds in the guise of joint stock  companies.   All   round the Kootenay  Lake, from Goat River in the South, to  the Lardeau arid Duncan in the north  are mines.   The Slocan Luke in polific  in mineral.     The waters of the Pend  d'Oreille and Salmon are tinged with  gold.     Companies will be formed to  -work  properties in all these various  directions.     Where    is their centre?  At Nelsou.   And at Nelson will all the  principal dealing   in   their  shares be  done, that is if its inhabitants do not  now sit twaddling their thumbs and,  Jacob like, allow their birthright to be  snatched from  them.   Even now Nel-  ' son is recognized far and wide as the  capital   of  Kootenay.   But she must  .keep her  hold;      Her   dignities  and  honors are not yet so firmly set that  she can afford  to neglect bu.iuess and  goa-playing.    We say again therefore  that the movement of last Saturday  was an excellent one.   Its object was  ' tentative only.   There was no cut-and-  dried resolution put forward, but by  -the numerous attendance ic was clear  that the cause is a popular one.   The  question of the constitution of a Stock  Exchange is an important one.   Some  of these institutions   are  joint stock  companies,  the first.and foremost of  them all, the London Stock Exchange  is a simple cluby some of them are a  cross, between  the two.   The duty of  ���������the committee is-to-indout-the details  of all these various constitutions and  to report on them, possibly to recommend one or the other of them.  If the indication* that Kootenay at  present affords are realised in any considerable degree,  her wealth will far  outshine anything that has been ������o far  found either in Western Australia or  in South Africa.   Not only is her mineral area of enormous extent, but it  embraces almost every metal of value  " as   well, .as    coal   and ��������� otlier  .necessaries of reduction.     Theie," is ..every,  reason  for supposing that, Kootenay  , will    become    the    great.-. * mining  . country in the world.   This is blowing  we know, but the occasion dptninds it.  Looking to these  probabilities, it, follows that there will  be  a prodigious  - amount of sharedealing to be done.   A  glorious and ' prosperous future   that  must be carefully nursed is opening up.  Nelson intends to nurse it. ..,"''  ing director in,  and  one  of the chief  officials    of    the " British     Chartered  South African company, for the purpose of making large' bear sales.    The  seed having thus been _own for securing a good profit by the irnmediai- fall  and an  ultimate profit "by rebnying,  when the. raid was successful and a  rich slice of- the Transvaal had been  added to Clmrterlaiid, steps were taken  to carry out the conspiracy.   The tenor  of the 'cryptograms' shows that there  was a divergence of opinion between  the   Rhodeses  (Cecil Rhodes and his  brother   Col.    Francis"   Rhodes),- and  Alfred  Beit, ��������� representatives    among  the reformers, and that those not con-,  nected with the gang were responsible  for the' failure of the scheme.    These  telegrams  are  damning   alike tothe  Chartered Company and Mr. Rhodes.  It is clear that the raid was planned by  Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Beit, and the s.c-  retary;of the Chartered South African  company,    The telegram from Hammond   to    Rhodes    saying   "Cannot  nrrniige respective   interests without  Beit," shows that the aim was purely  for a stock exchange deal. ������ These miscreants,   therefore,   planning  d   raid,  which must have lead to the death of  many, and which was based on robbery  were actually disputing in regard to  their respective shares of the plunder.  The article then proceeds to severely  attack  Cecil Rhodes,   comparing him  with Jabez Balfour, "the first statesman to" apply to imperial politics the  methods of the shady com pan v pro-  motor."  Truth then concludes its article as  follows;."Had Cecil Rhodes remained  premier of Cape Colony. I am convinced that as. soon as it suited his  purposes he would have turned on us,  (the British government) and sought  to, cut the chain .which binds us to  South Africa."  We hear a good deal about Trail and,  Rossland nowadays and' there- i. no'  doubt that these, towns are worthy of:  every laudation they receive. Buti  NelRini; just saws wood and says nothing. Y"t she is probably us* prosperous- u,-,any.. other town in the interior  of B. C. She may not contain so many  inhabitants as Rossland nor do her lots  fetch so high a price. But the.propor:  tiori of her citizens making money is  equally large and the proportion of  those making a .living is possibly larger. The volume, of business done in  Nelson is certainly, always speaking  proportionaly, very much larger than  that of Tiail Creek.  CKinil'IC.VIK OF IMI���������KOI KtlKXT-.  HUECAU, TEXAS, CLIFTON' AND NEW  DKNVEIt MINEliAT* ('I-VIMS.  Situate in*tiik fji.ocAN ."Winixc Mivisiu.v ok  Wkst Koot-nay District. "Wiikhi* Located���������On the North S 1.01*1: of Cahi-kn-  TKIt'CltKKK, AH0UT ONE AND A I'lALK MILES-  Northeast Vkom the Town ok Sandon.  AKE NOTICE thai. A. S. Farwell, actim?  as agent for John M. Harris, No, _fi917,  Fred. T. Kelly. No. -418i5, Georgo C. Wharton,  No. ������,���������.:������!) and Samuel M. Wharton. No. 'S-3<i0.  free miners, intends sixty days from the date  hereof to apply Lo thc Mining Recorder for a  certificate of improvements, for Ihe purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of Uicnbov- claims.  And. further takn notice that acLion. under  section 37,' must be commenced before thc  issuuiice of h ich cerlifleate of improvements.  Dated this; 30th day of April, 18!)..  ���������-  (343---.*.-.) A. -. FARWELL.  THE TRILBY   CAFE,   J  Josephine Street, Nelson, B. C.  TJ  THE KOOTENAY PRESS.  The journals of Kootenay did good  service in directing the attention of  the merchants of British Columbia to  the large trade of this country which  was rinding its way to outside places,  such as Spokane and Winnipeg. Itis  now time that they looked after their  own interests.  - Their -is no doubt that the extensive  notice which is now directed to Kootenay was excited by her local newspapers, which taken as a whole are of  m higher class than the ordinary trade  of the district could support,' The  proprietors of these papers were able  to provide material of good quality  out of the profits they made by job  printing.- As long. as they, receive the  support of the public in this branch so  long will the journals .maintain their  high standard. But of late there has  been a tendency to send orders for  printing and. stationery out of the  country, even as far as to.eastern  Canada. This is hardly fair. Printing  can be done here just as cheaply and as  well as it can be obtained from distant  places. If it is not, then of course the  local offices have no right to expect it.  But from what we know of them, they  are run by enterprising men, who, if  their plant has been limited in the  past, are prepared to put in new machinery to cope with larger and more  elaborate work.  Mine owners and others should bear  this in mind and by assisting those  who help them will keep the money in  the country, and support a Pres������ of a  style and quality worthy of so rich a  country as the Kootenay.  Although the  whole district  is increasing with rapid strides,  and  the  amount of work offering is very much  larger than  it has ever been  before,  people are coming in  a little : faster  than   jobs   can   be   found  for   them.  With mistaken kindness people in the  east and elsewhere who may not be  doing well are urged and   helped   to  hurry to   the   new   mining   fields   of  British   Columbia,      Already    whole  families are pouring into the country,  of these the men are often quite unfit  for the life and they and their families  are sometimes exposed to want during  the time that intervenes between their  arrival   and   the  finding of  suitable  employment.     Mining is not suitable  for unskilled hands.     It requires the  services of  men  not only well experienced,in the technicalities ofthe trade  but of great personal .strength.   The  hours are   long,   the   work   is heavy.  Every day more hands are required,  and as the snow  retires to the lofty  summits the prospectors will move out  and  relieve the glut in the labor market,   But at present men are certainly  aniving   faster    than   work   can   be  supplied.      Intending    settlers    with  slender purses would do well to bear  these facts in mind.  Notice of Application  for Crown Grant.  fflAKK NOTICE that T. J. Lemlrum. ns  1 agent for Richard Ash-worth, has tiled thc  necessary papers and made application for a  Crown Grant in favor of the mineral claim  "Old Timer." situated in the Ainsworth Mining  Division of West Kootenay.  Adverso claimant**, it any. must fllo -their  objections with me within fiO days from the  date of the tlrst publication of this notice in the  British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, April 28, 189(5.     <339,2,5.6.  ANTOINE MAURIN.  DELICACIES OF  ALL KINDS IN SEASON.  First Class Meals 25c and Up.  ".  SHORT   ORDERS   A   SPiZCIALTY.        OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  SPiZCIALTY.  .a. __?-"_-_:_-_:__ SOLICITED.  3 If)  *4%'%%%%%%%^%,%%^_^^-%%Vw  I,  Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc-,  NEW AND SECOND HAM*.  NELSON  (293)  B. C.  OUTLET - HOTEL,  OPPOSITE BALFOUR.  -> ij.  Best Fishing in Kootenay Outlet.  Lawn Tennis Grounds.  . Sail and Rowing Boats,   .'.-,-���������  Enlarged and Improved.' Specially Suitable  for Dancing and Picnic Parties.  J.   E.   HOUGHTON, *  - - Manager.  THE TRANSVAAL.,  The general feeling throughout the  British Empire on the Tran-va-il business, is that. England has been mnde a  party  to   a   filibustering    expedition  against her  will.      Truth,  tha great  Radical weekly in  London  gives full  vent to these  ideas.     In   n powerful  article it   asserts   that the raid had a  double motive.   First it wns intended  ' to annex the rich  mining districts of  the Transvaal co the Chant-red Com-  panys property, and secondly it was to  enable those behind the scenps to make  money   out  ofthe  transaction mi tin*  Stock  Exchange.     The sh-u-*-s-  -<l*! he-  company were bound to fall us -n-in ������?  the  news   got   abroad,    giving   ihese  'bears' their opportunity of speculating  ���������for.the fall, and enabling them to buy  in largely when the stock shall have  reached a low figure.  The article proceeds:    "It is obvious  that the   first news of the raid would  cause a fall in shares.     I am prepared  ���������to prove that a syndicate w_us formed ,        .  just prior to the raid, including a lead- j would-be invaluable.  NOTES.  An ingenious person has invented  an asbestos boot. It is said to be damp  proof and to protect the sole of the  foot from cold in winter and from the  heat of sun baked pavements in summer. If some person would invent an  asbestos covering which would protect  "souls" froiri'"heatrit"iniglit"have_a"'"re'ady"  sale iu view of possible future contingencies.  There seems to an impression that  it is the duty of a stock exchange to  guarantee the stocks and shares quoted on its lists. This is so to a certain  degree, but nothing like so far as the  public supposes. We notice according  to the Spokesman Review that a member of the proposed Exchange in  Spokane declares it to ba the intention  of that body to give what practically  amounts to an expert guarantee of the  value of a mine. This of course is impossible, apart from the expense of  obtaining an honest expert opinion  of every company that bubbles up to  the surface. A guarantee to be any good  must be worth something and the maintenance of one worth relying on would  cost millions. All that an exchange  can do is to lay down certain rules and  refuse to list companies that do not  comply with them. These rules generally, require that a certain proportion  of the nominal capital of a company  shall be actually paid.up in cash. This  is usually the first and foremost of all  the rules and would exclude nearly  every company in the Province. Another most salutary rule should be  that the company actually owns the  property it proposes to work. That  would crowd out a few. This latter  rule will be a difficult one. to draw.  A few hard and fast rules of this kind  are all that a stock exchange can do.  It cannot enter into tbe question of  whether the property is likely to be a  profitable one or not.  1 ���������HOFI'SSIOSAL VARUS.  fi*  EO. A. B. HALL, M. D., D. I>. S.. CAN HE  __      coii-iilLed-by-calling onliim at thu-Hotel  -Mi'iir. ,      [350]  On Sundays Silica street is a busy'  thoroughfare. It is a street of  churches.. Three of these institutions  "are situated in it. The congregations  who attend these churches in the  evening do so at considerable risk, as  they have to cross the 'venerable old  log bridge across the creek. This  doubtless was a serviceable structure  in its time and ' would be good enough  for a .cow track' in a,back country  ranch today, but it is not good enough  for the people who go to the Silica  street i.hiirces or for the residents who  dwell in that suburban thoroughfare.  The London Mining Journal is devoting a good deal of space, just now  to British Columbia. A series of  letters by Mr. Pellew-Harvey is appearing and in a recent number was an  article by Mr. Moncklon. In. the latter we notice one or two slight inaccuracies. - For instance it says that  there is a 250 ton smelter plant at Trail  and a 125 ton plant at Rossland. The  numerous journals of that splendid  camp are scarcely bashful in "proclaim^  ing the resources and institutions it  possesses and it is therefore not*, little  strange that we have never heard of  the l.-ttar.  A:  Arthur's   Drug  LEX.  Art  Nelson. II  SKINNER,  ir's  C,  Law  Office  over  Dr.  Store,    Buker   Street,  (292)  FOR SALE.  THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY KNOWN  as the Residence of Mr. G. O. Buchaiinn,  situated on Victoria Street. Nelson, containing  9 rooms and occupying a lot and a half, with ii  frontage of 37 i feet. 'The houso contains all  conveniences and has a splendid view of the  Lake. . For particulars, ct_., apply to  G. O. BUCHANAN,  (288) Nelson" or Kaslo.  A,  WHEALLER,     BARRISTER    AND  Solicitor, Kaslo, B. C. 311  ASSAYING.      ROBMINS&   LANG.'   AS-  saycrs  to   War Eagle  and  Associated  Companies, Rossland (351)  Mahon, McFarland & mahon. ltd.,  Mining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  B. C.   Members Stock Exchange. (330)  SIBBALD AND- PEASE, GENERAL  Commission and Vowarding Agents,  Wholesale Jobbers in Groceries and Provisions  Revelstoke Station.      - 1302)  GEO. SHEDDEN.    STOCK AND SHARE  Broker, Victoria, B.C. (Member of thc  H. C.   Slock Exchange of Victoria.)'  Clients  interests  carefully   guarded and   settlements  promptly made. Snares at latest quotations.   -   *                 - (ST.)  ANTED   BY  A  COMPIOTENT   LADY  . ,      position ns housekeeper or cook.   Address E. B., care of "The Miner."    . CBi)  W  ,f"������r-    ORES...  [c-p^r,   WANTED.  j Write for-Price1*.   Give assays, etc.  I State Ore Sampling: Co.,  DENVER, COLO., 317  T.B.  -CO.  Id the part of Venezuela which is in  dispute between thnt couutry and  Great' Britain is. a - very curious  natural phenomenon. This is known  us "the Mountain, ni* iioraima. It. consists o( an elevated table, hind rising  uhov- lhe sin ruiiuding mountains :ind  witb absolutely perpendicular sides ol*  rock many thousands of feet high.  The area of its top is estimated to be  140 square miles and the telescope  proves that ifc is covered with a rich  growth of trees and other vegetation  while copious rivers pour from its I  edges. In that" pestiferous land of]  beat- and fever such a refuge as thi*. in  the pure cool air, if il could be reached  MANUFACTURERS OF  CLOTHING,  SHIRTS,  UNDERWEAR,  COTTONADE  PANTS,  OVERALLS,  ETC., ETC  30   YATES  STREET,  VICTORIA, B. C.       299>  Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  rpAKE NOTICE that W. A. Jowett.  Jl acting as agent for Edward "Mahon,  has filed the necessary papers and madu  application for a Crown Grant in favour of the  mineral claim "Yorkco Joke," situated in the  Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if any. must flic thou-  objections with me within 66 days from the  date of the first publication of this notice in  tho British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated at Nelson, March 17, 1896. 1313]  NOTICE.  IF   THOMAS  MALLOY,  WHO  WAS IN  1    Nelson in 1892, will communicate, by letter  with t he undersigned he will hear of something  to his advantage.  '     W. A. JOWETT. Nelson, B. C.  ROYAL HOTEL,  Cor. Stanley and Silica Street,  3sr_Bi-so_sr, b. o.  T_E3Z_ED  NELSON DRUG STORE  Has a Large and well Assorted  Stock of Paints and Oils  .-������������������''  Cheap for   Cash. .  Inspect . Our Stock and Get .Our Prices  Before Purchasing Elsewhere. .-  247  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  FURNITURE   ENTIRELY  NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  Bent local Ion In Town.   It-antlfiil Views.  Bar  now  Open  and  Stocked with  Choice Liquors and Cigars.  Unequalled in Kootenay.  Give us a trial and  be  Convinced.  OHERBO & BOOTty  S91]-  tiotej Crescent,  Josephine St,, Nelson.  CKMI  Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughout with the  electric light, Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for hoarders.  MRS. MAY HARTSON,  Proprietress.  B. C. STOCK & MINING EXCHANGE,  LTD., VANCOUVER, li. C,  Call Miuing and other stock daily (Sundays nnd public holidays" excepted.)  Forms ot application ������������������ for listing stocks,  lists of authorized "brokers nnd rates of  comn-issiou. chargeable can be had by  applying to the secretary.  THOS. WILLIAMSON, Secy.  (331)  -TO-  Hunting, Survey, Prospecting  .   PARTIES AND OTHERS   :���������THE   NEW.    FAST   STEAM LAUNCH "FLIRT"  Can be CHARTERED by day or week  on reasonable terms. n -Orders sent  trough the purse-re of the steamboat;?  Nelson or. Ainsworth. with whom ar-  ranj,������'inents caubt' niiidr*, or bv mail or  tel-trrapb to C W." Bask. Balfour, will  rpcpivo prompt nttpntinn ,"   C\9Y  M. B. SMITH $CO.  '., .   Bisciiit Manufacturers.    .,   WEITi]   FOi.   PEICE   XjIST-  VICTORIA        -        B,C. (2.2)"  N. B. BUCKLER.  DUDLEY D. LANCASTER.  BUCKLER & LANCASTER  Will Buy and SelKon Commission  MINES AND STOCKS IN TRAIL CREEK, '  BOUNDARY CREEK and SLOCAN CAMPS ������  and all Legitimate Properties Elsewhere.  WBITK TO VS.  Mt'HKK'-i   .KlM-KAI'lllt' ������'irill  ...}  IMMMIS .I0I..W* U\m, KMM.K,  . SFoic_A.isr.sl  -ai2r  _?w;_&.p__r.  ���������^g^i-_������_S_^_������__^i__--SlSi^^^^M^  TURNER. BEETON & CO. 1  ��������� ' 1  Wholesale Merchants Only,    a  -*-.-  Sole Agents  for B. C. for Brown's  '"~  SCOTCH. .  VICTORIA and NELSON,  MAJESTIC   STEEL   RANGES,  For Domestic and Hotel Purposes.  majestic/  Cinpltte.  IIOTt.l. SI/.KS  ll.-YK TWO.  THICKI. OK  -OIK  OVK.VS. !  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial.Land Surveyor.  Office:  AXD   ROSSLAND, B. C.  K1K.4M  IIIIIIS  oi i_i:< o.w.  -IMHll.lt  KIKIIKV  iti:.vsils.  IMcLEMAK, McFEELY & CO.. LTD.  NELSON  liO  WI-iOLESALE  HARDWARE AND IRON AND!!STEEL,  122 COEDOVA ST_=-___:_"'"*,_..- VANCOUVER   '*_3_  O. THE MINER,  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1896-  LIST OF MININO COMPANIES  With Theii Principal Places of business  and Capital,  Registered in JJ. C.   Up  to 2nd March, 1896.  ..81,000,000  ...    6CO.O00  40,000  40,000  7,000  81,000,000  5.000,000  500,000  ���������   500,000  1,000,000  2,500,000  500,000  50,000  (N  R ��������� For. indicates Foreign.)  The --"iicific Bullion Mining Co., For., Warm Springs, Kootenay   Tlie -.ooleiiiiy No 1 Mining Co. For., Ainsworth Kootenay district..  The Koolenay Smelting nud Trndiug Syndicate, Ld. For.,  Revelstoke..  lievuiatuk- Mining Co. Ld. For., Kevelstoke ������������������"...  Friiaer River Guld Gravels Syndicate, Ld. For., Vancouver..-   Nurlh-Wastern Gold and Silver M iuing Co. For.,   Victoria ���������.  Middle Creek Gold Mining Co.-For.,  Victoria   The Columbia Mining Co. Ld. For.,  Ainsworth   Tho Empire CousolidatedMiuing Co.   For., Ainuwortli   The West Kootenay Mining Co. For.,   Ainsworth   Le Koi Miniug and Smelting Co. For.,   Trail   Jeauette Mining Co. For., Ainsworth   The Neosho Miniug Co. For,.   Ainsworth ,   The Western Consolidated Miniug Co. For.,  Ainsworth  1,000,000  The Columbia-American Miuing Co. For.,   Ainsworth          500,000  The Kootenay Miuing and Smelting Co. For., Pilot liay        30,000  The Kootenay Lake Reduction Co. For., l'ilofc Bay      '250,000  Tho Gold Queen Mining Co. For., Yale      400,000  SSJiafer Gold and Silver Mining Co. For., Ainsworth. ���������.      400,000  Spokane and Great Northern Miniug Co. For.,  Victoria  5,000,000  The Duluth and St Paul Miuiug Co. For., Ainsworth  2,000,000  The London Mercantile Association L'd., Nelson '     ������50,000  Freddie Lee Miniug Co. For., Kaslo ������    500,000  Byron N. White Co. For., Nelsou _      500.000  The Slough Creek Mining Co. For.,- Victoria      500,000  The Josephine Mining Co. For., Nelson      600,000  Northern Belle Mining Co. Foi'.,  Kaslo :.     250,000  The East Kooteuay Exploration Syndicate Ld. For., Wild Horse Ck     ������30,000  The Canadian Northwest Mining Co. For.,  Kaslo  $2.000,O.X)  Tbe Koo'*e_ay aud Columbia Prospecting mid Mining Co. Ld. For. Kaslo.      40,000  The Canadian Pacific Mining and Milling Co. For., Ainswoith      500,000  The Kootenay Mining aud Smelting Co. For., Pilot Buy  82,300,000  Horsefly Gold Mining Co. For.. Victoria.: 81 ,')0O,OCO  The Vancouver Mining Co. Ld , Vancouver         50,000  Gordon Hydraulic Miniug Co. __d., Victoria        50,000  The Thunder Hill Miniug Co. Ld.',   Victoria        50,000  ,   The Port McNeil Coal and Land Co. Ld., Nanaimo '.-...-.     100,000  Cataract Hydraulic Co. Ld., Victoria        18,000  Scott Mining Co. For.,   Yale      100,000  The Columbia Alining Co. For., Yule 81,000,000  American Development Co. For., New Denver      100,000  The Slocau Surprise Co. For., Kaslo      225,000  Bellingliam Bay Hydraulic Mining Co. For.,   French Creek        30.000  War Eagle Gold Miniug Co. For., Rossland      500,000  Trail Miniug Co. For.,  Rosslaud      250,000  The Cariboo Gold Fields, Ld. For., Barkerville    ������100,000  The Finch Mining Co. For.,   Vancouver  8     6,000  The Kootenay Hydraulic Mining Co. For., Waneta      500.000  The Good Hope Miniug and Milling Co. For., Rosslaud      500,000  Paris Belle Gold Mining Co. For., Rossland      800,000  The Boundary Creek Mining Co. For.,  Bouudary Falls *  1,000,000  Eureka Consolidated Mining Co. For., Rosslaud      500,000  Robert E. Lee Miniug Co. For., Rossland      500,000  West Le Roi and Josie Consolidated Miuiug Co. For., Rossland      500,000  Idaho Gold Mining and Smelting Co. For., Centre Star Mine, Rossland..     500,000  Centre Star Mining and Smelting Co. For., Centre Star Mine, Rossland..     500,000  Columbia Hydraulic Co.   For., Revelstoke      100,000  British American Mining Co. For., Rossland      500,000  Lookout Mining and Milling Co. For., Rossland      250.000  Crown Point Mining and Milling Co. For., Rossland 81,000.000  Tlie Kootenai Mining and Milling Co. For.,   Rossland  1,0.0,000  Iron Horse Mining and Milling Co. For., Rossland   1,-00.0-0  Spokane Ore Co. For., Rosslaud     '?.:... 5,000,000  The St. Elmo Gold Mining Co. For., St Elmo Mine Red Mt, Tiail Creek..  1,00*),0<X)  High Ore Gold Mining aud Smelting Co. For., Rossland      500,000  The Phoenix Gold Mining-Co. For., Deer Park Mt, Trail Ceek.    500.000  Evening Star Mining Co. For., Rossland  1,000,0-0  Gold Hill Mining Co. For., Rossland      500,000  Virgiuia Gold Mining Co For.,  Rossland..          5-0,00!;  Silveriue Gold Mining Co. For., Rossland             500,000  Poorman Gold Miniug Co. For., Rossland      500.000  Caledonia Consolidated Mining Co. For., Rossland      500.000  Dixie -Mining and Milling Co. For.,   Rossland      500,000  O. K. Gold Mining Co. For.,  Rossland .'  1,000,000  Great Western Mining Co. For.. Rossland *.  1.000,000  Old Ironsides Mining Co. For., Midway '  1,000,000  Josie Gold Miuing Co. For., Josie Mine, Trail Creek '.....     700,000  French Creek Gold "Mining Co. For., Revelstoke  2,000,000  iron Mask Gold Mining Co. For., Rosslaud.      500,000  The Main Quesuelle Gold Dredging and Mining Co. For., Ashcroft      250,000  The Black Jack Quartz Min.ng Co. Ld.,  Barkerville      120,000  Auglo-American Mining Co. Ld., Yale..............;.".. .... 3,000,000  ," Crow's Bar Miuing Co. Ld., Vancouver .TT         25,000  Steveuson Gold aud Platinum Hydraulic Mining Co. Ld.,   Vancouver..   . 1,000,000  ., The Bear Lake Consolidated Mining Co. Ld., Victoria        500,000  The Maud Hydraulic Mining Co. Ld .  Vancouver *        25,000  Montreal A British Columbia Prospecting & Proniot. Co. Ld-, Vancouver.       20,000  B. C. Gold Fields Exploration & Concessions.Co. Ld., .Vancouver      500,000  Vancouver Gold <fe Silver Exploration & Concessions Co. Ld., Vancouver.     500,000  T.he Islander Gold Quartz Mining aud Milling Co. Ld., Victoria  '���������> 100,000  The Peters Creek Gold Mining Co. Ld.,   Vancouver        25,000  Nip and Tuck Gold Hydraulic Miuing Co. Ld., Vancouver.  ,    35,000  The Golden Gate Mining Co. Ld.,. Vancouver '.       60,000  Nest-egg Mining Co. Ld., Victoria      500,000  Crow's.Nest Coal and Mineral Co. Ld., Victoria , 2,000,000  The Vancouver Island Mining Co..Ld.,  Wellingion      100,000  -The Omiu.c.i Prospecting and Development Co. Ld., Victoria         0,000  The Willow River Gold Mining Co. Ld., Victoria.... * .-        25,000  The Suit Spring Island Miniug Co. Ld  ;:.       40,000  Donald Gold Miniug Co. Ld. Donald.           10,000  The Alpha Miuing and Milling Co. Ll.,   Victoria.".      120,000  The Laura Hydraulic Mining Co. Ld., Victoria        20,000  Cariboo Creek Miuiug Co. Ld.. Donald . ...".         50,000  The Lillooet Hydraulic Mining Co. Ld., Now Westminster City        10,000  The Invicta Gold Mines, Ld. For., Wild Horse Creek, East   Kootenay. ...������ 100,000  The Cariboo Reefs Development Co. Ld.,    Victoria    .. 20,000  This list has  been  compiled from oili.ini sources, aud will be published from  time to time"with such additions as may have taken place.  Should auy inaccuracy be observed we shall be obliged if our attention is called  to it. "      - ' ....  WANTED, A NURSE GIRL, (or one child  during   tho ��������� afternoon.      Apply Mrs.  Cor_an at Mrs. Dows, Silver King Road,  3.9  ANONYMOUS. Will the person who  wrote the anonymous letter to the  lady in Nakusp favor the lady in Nakusp  with his or ber name and address.     (353)  ���������GS  EDUCATION"  Education Oflice Victoria, -lay Ith 1898.  NOTICE is hereby given tliat tho annual  uxaininiiiion of candidates for certificates of qmililiciitioii to teacli in tho Public  Schools of the Province will be held as follows,  commencing on Friday, July 3rd, 1890, at 9  a.m.:���������  Victoria In South Park School Huilding.  Vancouver....In High SchooliJuildinsj.  Kamloops Jn Public School Building.  Kacli applicant must forward notice, thirty  days before tho examination, stating the class  and grade of ceitillciU.u for which l>. "ill be a  candidate, the optional subjects (-elected, and  at which of tho above-named places fro will  attend. '  10very not ice ot intention to be an applicant  must bo accompanied with suliffiictory testimonial of moral character.  -andiduU'.s aro notiticd that all of thc above  requirements must be fulfilled beforo their  applications can be liled.  All candidates for First Class, Grado A, Certificates including Graduates, must; attend in  Victoria- to tako the subjects proscribed for  July 14lh and 1511) instants, and to undergo  required oral examinations.  S.  D. POPE,  (352) Superintendent of Education.  -;������*������*  GRAND   CELEBRATION  OF THE 77th  BIRTHDAY. OF Y  HER MAJESTY, IHE, QUEEN.  AT KASLO, B. C.  ON  R.  RESERVE.  Kootknay ami Yam* Districts;  VTOTICE is hereby given that, in pursuance  .13. of tlie provisions of the '.'Columbia and  Western Railway Subsidy Act, 18!!G," thc lands  situated within .the following boundaries are  reservnd from sale or pre-emption, viz.:���������  Commencing at the northeast corner of  Township Eight A 18a], Kootenay District,  whieh is also Lhe northeast, corner of Block la  granted to the Nelson and Fort, Sheppard Hailway Company by Crown grant dated 8th  March, 1895: thence duo north 22 miles; thence  due west 28 miles; thence due south 0 miles;  thence due east 10 miles; thence due south l(i  miles; thence due cist 18 mill's, moro or less, to  the placo of begining; also that portion of land  described as commencing at the said northeast  corner of Block 12; thence duo east IU miles;  llience due south to the International Boundary  tlienco west along said boundary 10 miles;  thence north to the place of beginning.  GEO. B. MARTIN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works  Lands and Works Department,  '    Victoria, B.C.. 7th May, 1S98. '   [357]  TABLE.  Showing the Mates mill Places of Court)- of  Asitlzr. Nisi Prliis, Oyer and Terminer,  mmI Cieneral t.iiol llellvery for the Year  1896.  Si'king Assizes,  Nanaimo  .Tuesday 5thMay.  New Westminster.Tuesdav  12th May.  Vancouver Tuesday  19th May.  Clinton ; Monday 25th May.  Victoria  .Tuesday 2-tn May.  Kamloops Monday 1st June.  Vernon Monday...' 8th June.  "Xelson -....Monday 15th June.  ������������������Donald Monday 22nd June  'Special Assize. (328  Queen's Birthday  Celebration.  .he ODDFELLOWS of Nelson beg to  announce that they have chartered  the new and elegant  "S.   S-   KOKANEE"  FOR  THEIR  Fourth  |  Annual  EXCURSION  TO KA5LO  ON  nondayrnay xgr  Boat  Will   Leave   the   City Wharf at  8 o'clock Sharp.  The Nelson Brass Band will accompany  the Excursion.  Tickets for the Round Trip, Nelson S1..0.  Balfour, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay aud  Blue Bell, $1.00   Children 81.00.  A limited number of staterooms may  be obtained. Apply at Dr. Arthur's Drug  Store.     -- " ��������� -���������-   .  Committee���������W- Hodsojt, J. IT. Mathe-  sox, J. Johnson,  A. E. Lott and  ��������� M. J. McGbath.      -  Tickets from any of tho Committee.   [319]  THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN    MADE   IT  THE SHORTEST  TRANSCONTINENTAL     ROUTE. -  It is I he-lost Modern in Equipment.  It is the llcnvi. s! Bailed Mite.  It has iiKoi-k Ballast K������.i-!l-*Ml.  li Crosses No Sauil Itessrrts.  It is  the Only  line   Itiiiuiiiitf   Lnxiirlo-M  t'lub  lluoin  tars.  It is Nute-1 fur the Courtesy of Its Emitl-tyes.  It is the Only Line Serving Meals  on the  a lu Carte   Plan.  3VE-A."_-r 25TH J__._D-TD 26TH, 1896.  ''" Racing and Sports of Every Description.  -All Kootenay and the United States Invited*  THROUGH    THE  GMNDEST"'* SCENERY  IS AMERICA BY.DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours dm ing Season of  Navigation on-Great Lakes-via Duluth in  connection with -.(lgiiific.iit Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.    '  J. M. CAMPION,  Secretary-Treasurer.  Telephone 310.  J. E. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.  Telephone 449  B. C, IRON WORKS COMPANY.  &3dki^_"^5--fi-?_te"*  SOLK MAMIA-TIIKEKS OF TIIK  Kendall Baud Mill,  B. C. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hauliug Machine-,  Marion Steam Shovels,  Improved Winding Hoist,  River and Harbor Dredges,  King Ditching -Machine,  Wrecking Machines,  Ballast Unloading, Etc.  U'KVi'' l������H_  o  Reeve's Wood Split Pulleys.  Cable Address:   "Cove"  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND  UK-KRAI.    FOlTMtEUS,     ENGINEERS,  BOILER   MAKERS,  and Manufacturers,of  All   ll.l(Hf    41   H.A(illMl,Y.  Si_*fl Mill no  M-iice Woik a  Specialty.  ALL WORK ttllAKANTEKO.  jiil-cepinStockaKnll Supply of En-  ���������$&   Kincui-' and Mill Supplies, line  and Fittiiii*..   Uniss Good-,  Ste.un -"iUiiiKS, Ktc.  Kt-tinnttcs for Jtoilci-H nnd engines  011 application,  1-romp  Telephone ill*.  1P.O. IIrawer J3I  Mail   Orders    Receive  o    Attention.  WESTMINSTER AVENUE.  ^7"^_._isrooT_rv"E_E?,, _b. o.  All Agreements are taken subject to the approval of the Company at Vancouver, nnd are contingent upon strikes, accidents  and other delays unavoidable, or beyond our control. (326)  KARN PIANOS  Cabinet Grand  SEVEN YEARS GUARANTEE.    -    EASY PAYMENTS.  RAYMOND'S SEWING MACHINES.  Watch Repairing a Specialty,   All Work Guaranteed.  JACOB DOVER'S, BAKER ST., NELSON.  :.(258>  GILKER $ WELLS.  MOEE  ID-TEW   GrOOIDS-  SUITS I  I  SEEG-ES,  CHEVOITS,  TWEEDS.  PANTS  The Finest Goods and the Latest Styles.  A Special Line of Boys' Clothing.  SPECIAL  TO TECIEJ TBADE.  We hold the largest stock of Cigars in town. Our own  brands���������'��������� La Progression" and ' Pride of the West"���������are  splendid value.    Call and Inspect.  GILKER & WELLS, NELSON AND PILOT BAY. f  J. Squire  HAS RECEIVED HIS SPRING STOCK OF  SCOTCH TWEEDS, SEEGES, WORSTEDS  AND TROUSERINGS.  PRICES  TWEEDSUITS     -  SERGE-STTITS-^- T1���������"������������������^-   COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  NELSON,  *  $25.00 UP.  -$27.00^"-  Kaslo   & Slocan   Railway-  TIME CARD NO. I.  Going Wkst. Daily  Leave 9.C0 a. in. Kaslo  '���������     ..���������". a. 111. South Fork  "     9.3Ua. 111. Sproule.  "     9.51 a. in. Whitewater  "   10.03 a. 111. Bear Lake  "   10.1811. in. McGuifjan  "   lO.-O11.111. Builey'. .  '    10.39 a. in. Junction  Are.  10.50a, 111. Sandon Leave  Subject to change without notice.  For   rutes  and  information   i*pply at-th  Company, offices  ROBl\ HIVING, W. H. McGRAW.  (20J)   1 rattle Manager. Superintendent.  Going Kast.  Arrive 3.50 p.m.  3.1.5 p.m  2.15 p.m  2.00 p.m.  1.48 p.m.  1.33 p. 111.  1.21 p.m.  1.12 p.m.  1.00 p.m.  COLUMBIA  &  KOOTENAY  STEAM   NAV.  CO  '" (LIMITED)  TIME CARD No. 9  In Cffeet March 151b. 18M.  REVKLSTOKE   K(t-.E-_leii_ucr -'Kakunp-  Leavcs Arrowhead for Nakusp and'Kobson  Sunday-, Tuesday, and ThurBiluys at 8 p. m.  Leave. Kobson for Nakusp,* Wigwam and  Canndian Pacilic Railway points (east and  westl Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays al  * I), m.  Conneclioi' is made at Kobson with C. & K  Ky. for Nelson and Kootenay Lake points and  with Str. ���������'Lytton" for Trail and Northport.  TK.-IL'KOH-U-   ItOliTE. V!  Steamer "Xyttoii."  Leaves Trail for Kobson on Mondays  Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. in., returning  to Trail same evening.  Close connections ������������������ nt Kobson with Str.  "Nakusp"' for Nakusp and Kevelstoke and  with C. & K. Ky. for Nelson and Lake points  NOKTIII-UKT-TU.il.   ROUTE  .Steamer   "iyttoii.-*  Leaves Trail   for Northport on   Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m.  KeUimiiiK leave's same days Northport fo  Trail at 1 p. ni., arriving at Trail a p. in.  Connects at Northport witli S. F. & N. Ry.  for Spokane.    .  -  KEMO.VK_.-_M> RO|ITE.---8tr K<-_������������ee."  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo on Sundays Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. and on Tuesdays  Thursdays mid Saturdays at 5.30 p.m.  ' Leaves Kaslo for Nelson on Sundays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a.m. and on Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays at 3:30 a.m.  The right is resorved to change this schedule  at any time without notice.  For tickets, rates, etc., apply at Company's  oflice, Nelson.  T. ALLAN,  Secretary.  J. W. TROUP,  Manager  90  B.C.  CANADIAN PACIFIC KAILWAT  _A._STI3  SOO  PACIFIC   *_so*u*-r*E3_  SWst and Quickest Route lo  Pacific Coast aafl Eastern Points.  St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal,  St. Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. N������w York.  BATES THE XjO^W-EST.  Greatest Variety ti Routes, Rail and Steaw.  Leaves Nelson. Monday.-?, Wednesdays" and Fridays at 10.00 o'clock, making  close connections: with Transcontinental trains at Keyelstolce..  Extra trains will leave Nelson Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 17 o'clock.  PasseDgers for points north will leave at 17 o'clock and for points south ait  10 o'clock. .. ���������-���������_���������_  J. HAMILTON,    H. K MACDONELL,     GEO. Met. BROWN,  Agent. Nelson,        Trav. Frgt. and Pass, Agt.. Nelson.  MORTHERN"  IN    PACIFIC R. R.  ���������#   ^-���������--������������������  #  Cars,  S  Pullman  Sleepin  Elegant  Dining Cars,  Tourist  Sleeping Cars:  .���������'/!  TO  ST. -UI'l  MINNEAPOLIS  IMI-i'TH  FARCO  GRAND    FORKS  CROOK-TO.V  WI.VNIPEC  HELENA Had  R1ITTE  THROUGH   TICKETS  -10-  CHICACO  WA-HINCTOl*  PHILADELPHIA  Dist, Pass. Alrt!Vancouver | NEW YORK    .  BOSTON and all  Points East,  Went and South.  For map--, lick .Ik and complete information  call on or addre*-. A-,'i;:,t^, K. &, S. Kv., C. & K.  S. Na v. Co.. N. & F.'_. Hy-, or  f. V. iM.YO.Y, HiciMT.-ll Ak������'"������.  Spokane, *l>,-i_.il.  F. I. WHITA'ET, ������. P. Jk T. A.,  [S3U -I. Pa-ml, MlM.  TEA!   TEA!   TEA!  We know you have tried many times to "buy Good  Tea and have failed again and again. Yoti have  never tried o*ur Tea in  ONE  POUND  PACKETS.  We are modest and do not like to tell what the  Gfovernor-Gfeneral said in praise of the Tea at the  Phair Hotel.   It was oxirs.  Hudson's Bay Company,  <*���������  For informal ion, time cards, maps and ticket  -��������� *" _T3.V on or virile  F. D. GIBBS,  General Agent,-Spokane, Wash  or    . A.. D. CHARLTON,  Asst. Gent. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon.  NOTICE.  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  (358)  QIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I. THE  v5 undersigned, intend to apply to tbe Chief  Commissioner of Lands and VYorks. for permission to purchase the undermentioned tract  of land, commencing at a point marked H. S., S.  E., placed on the shore of the Outlet of Kootenay  Lake on Grohman Flat, thence 40 chain- north,  thence 10 chains west, thence 40 chains south  to the Outlet, thence following thc shore of the  Outlet to the poiat of commencement.  -. ���������    .     ,    HAROLD SELOUS.  N tlson, a C��������� April 24,13B6, {3tt-9,������, S)

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