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 THE MINES IN KOOTENAY AEE  AMONG THE EIOHEST IN  AMERICA  THL ORES AEE HIGH-GRADE  B  GOLD, SILVEE, COPPER  AND LEAD.  Whole- Number 306.  Nelson,  British Columbia, Saturday, June   27,   1896.  Price Five Cents.  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NEW YORK.  June-       '-'������      ?2    "'-'I      '���������*J      '-'���������!  SH.VI'K... ..!8'|. ._S... .r,7*t.. .���������������... -.Mi  ii-ilK.....2!K)...��������� :������:x..m  (Drokers' Prices.!  PRODUCE OK THE MINES.   :��������� 1  RETURNS FOR LIJ9C DP TO DATE  OIU! -HEATED IN KOOTENAY.  At Nelson '���������*���������������������  At rilotUay   ...!!).! 1'J  32,018  OUE EX-OKIE]).  Slocan via Nakusp. ;J.  1714  7ID  71(5  12,6274  41.IU51  PB.ODUCK OK SMKLTEKS.  TONS  1086.'  11)12*  2.KI3J  ORE SHIPMENTS.  KeluriiN Siuce Lust Week.  VIA   KASI.O.  June lti-17���������  Slocan Star to Pueblo   MATTE AND BULLION.  June 23-25���������  Hall Mines [Mattel   June 19-2--  Trnil Smelter [Mallei   TOSS  .     120  58  CO  118  SMELTER   RETURNS.  HALL MINKS, [Nelsonl fpr week ending  JunetS; i)10 tons of ore producing ib ton*, of  Matte. '   MINING RECORDS.  Where no consideration  is named in transfers  the nominal bum ot$l is to be understood.)  MINING 'lUtASSFEUS.  NKLSO**.  June 15���������  Eureka, Hidden Treasure-! rank Fletcher to tbe Montreal &BG Prospectirr  & Promoting Co Ld, 51-100.   ,-,  June 16���������  Carrie-L D Wolford to W A Adams.  UGold Crown���������J Dubamel  to Herbert  Wilsou $100. _.  ,        ,        ���������  London���������Henry   Dubamel   to. same.  Black Eye���������John McRae to A G  Shaw  nil his interest $150.  June 20��������� -��������� ���������   -.  Comet���������P Perkins to H W Carver et al  Vancouver, and Snow Crown���������Jacob  Stierle to H J Duffy. -  Royal Arcb, Raud���������A E Steele  to H J  Standard���������Eobert Shiell to J A Gibson  all bis interest.  Standard-.! A Gibson to Allan E  Young, $500 in two payments of $-2oO  each.  June 25��������� n���������n���������    i  Canadian Queen, Canadian Belle-.!  H Oddy to G W Bruce Heathcote, }���������$  NEW LOCATIONS.  Chicora���������S Wilson et al, Yuill ck.  Jude 22���������  Waneta���������D J Jackson, Mt. Vernon  Littlo Nell���������Thos Keelor, Lost ck.  Queen���������E D Olmsted, Salmon Eiver.  J.Jt;i���������J O'Neill and W Flannigan "  Ella-     '  CariklufT,  Vacant   Link,   Dewar   and  Warriiuoo���������r McNab, -Im n.e.of Kobson  Eddy Island-G Smith and A Stewart  Pend D'Oreille.  Inverness���������J McRae et al, Giveout ck.  Birds Eye���������  June23���������  Coplen���������1. F Coplen, Hall ck.  Blue Bird���������T II Graham 8m w of Nelson.  Hibernia���������J McGibbons, opp mouth of  Slocan river.  Riverside.   Dexter,    and Selkirk���������W  Feeuy and J Harrison Salmon River.  June 23-  Warfnro��������� J Morrison       "  Ben Bolt���������li E Pitcher     "  Eosa���������A Gazette "  Alexandrine��������� " "  Belle���������John A Quinlan    . "  Myrtle���������Go-fctte aud Quinlan, same.  Minnie Ha Ha���������N Craig and J McAl-  man, Morning Mt.  Cummins���������N   M, Cummins   3m   e of  Nelson.  Prince��������� H G  Neelauds,  Silver   King  wilsou road.  June 25���������  Minerva���������Peter Swanson, Hall Ck.  Rover���������Neil McLeunau, Cottonwood ck  Ivanhoe���������T Hodgson, Round Mt.  Lilly���������T Dempster and   C Henniger,  Toad Mt.  June 26���������  Ivanhoe and Black Diamond���������W   H  Marvin, Salmon river.  Florence and Goodenough���������A Gazette,  Salmon river.  Altogether���������G W McKay, Craig Mt.  Iron Rust and Two Sisters���������G "W McKay, Salmon river.  ^ ': , NE_-9QN_  NAKUSI*.  June 12���������  Caraden���������O'Newling, ToadMt.  June 15���������  Portland���������W Mitchell, Sheep ck.  Mountain   Ranger-J Cannodey, Iron  Silver Queen and Irou Silver���������G Davis  and D Shea, Salmon River.  Poor Richard-E J Gratton same.  Jumbo-Geo De Maine-Saudy ck.  Silver Chief���������J Dubamel, l}_meof.-  Nelson. '  ,        , ��������� ,  -    Silver Crown���������II Diihamel same place.  Gold Crown���������J Dubamel 3m s w ot  Nelsou. , ,' .        .���������.  London���������II Duhnmel l}_meot Nelson  Aspen-H M Billiugs Salmon Siding.  Aylmer���������J McLaren "  ' Golden Fleece-H J Duffy, Deer Park.  Roman Eagle-C D Rand (  ��������� Ivanhoe��������� "'. ���������  Snow. Crown���������J fttierle  Uoval Arab���������A E Steele  . Rand-  June 16��������� ,   ,   Tr   ,-,,,��������� i  Liou-C Monroe  aud A II  Holdich,  Sproule ck. -  June 17��������� --__���������,-, i     i  Tramway King-E   A    Powys  et   al  Morning Mt.  Midas-W J Goepel et al Rover ck.  Blooraer-W A Ward, Wards Ferry. -  June 18��������� _ , _      ,,,  Gold Star-P H Peterson, Iron Mt.  Tennesee-R J Tambull Quartz ck,  Gold Hill-B McDonald. 49 ck.    .  Silver Crown���������L McDonald   <( ...  Northcott-J Mcintosh  X Ray���������Ella McDougal, DeerPark.  W P���������W Parker . ,  "Iron Queen-M Kealey, Eagle ck.  J NorthStar-W 0 Ross, Deer Park, i  Monarch���������Jay Burns Salmon River.  Arrow Lake location-  June 15��������� .  Detroit���������S J Smith.  Keble���������W deV Le Maistre.  Walto Majo���������H J Duffy.  Nugget���������A M Rand.  Vancouver���������J Stierle.  - ���������    Mouatain Chief���������T J Alerander et al.  Ella and Deer Park���������C A Sapandowski  Rainy Day���������S Walker.  June 19���������  Merry Field���������Geo de Maine, Toad Mt.  Boston���������H Dubamel \yz m.e.of Nelson  June 20- .' . * _,    .  Caroline���������J  Lavench and J Flanigan,  Sproule ck. .  White Swan���������Jennie Abbot, Deer Park  Rose Bud���������J L Bergman  ., Log Cabin���������H Poiner  Juno 5���������  Morning Star Fraction���������J J Call to J S Lawrence.  June 10���������  Cooper Kinp; and Short Order���������"VV Fuller to  Jncoo Cioci-4 d'CD- .  Oregon Boy, Harvest Queen. Hard Climb,  Naku-p and Lancaster���������L \V Bragg to,H Ward  1-32 iu each ������125.  frescott���������Alex McLean to __. Howes .1 S_0_.  June 11���������  Ballon���������Alex McLean to W Brarnfathcr. .  Juno 12���������  Josephine���������I' Landrian and G Otis, to Yi  Brown * ������50  Crown- I'oint and Lookout���������Claim to 1-4 by  L \V Mulhollaiid and H lt Stevenson  June 15���������  j"-.- -le���������Claim to 1 by S B Hendee  J line 17���������  .-Low Uall-L Holbmok to EC Arthur 1-2.  U hite Uireh���������J. C Arthur to L Holbrook 1-2.  lii-own i'oint and Lookout���������Claim lo 1 by  A. J. Hostwiek. '  Continued on fourth page.  NEWS OF   THE   WORLD.  Reinforcements amounting to 50,000  meu are beiug sent from Spain to Cuba.  Several newspapers annouuee that H.  R.-H. tbe Duke of York will shortlp visit  Canada aud Australia.  The American team from Yale College  that will compete next week at Henley  Regatta are creating a favorable impression in Loudon. They have been  made honorary members of the New  Travellers Club un unprecedented honor.  On Saturday last Her Majesty the  Queeu eutered upon the 60 year of her  reigu. If she lives to tbe 31st December  she will have sat upou the throue longer  than any British. Sovereign. George 111  reigned 59 years aud 96 days.  Sir Donald Smith, Canadian High  Commissioner iu Loudon, aud Sir Mac-  "Kenzie"~"Bowell-���������formerly���������Premier���������of=  Canada, and delegates from the Montreal Chamber of Commerce to the receut  Congress of.Chambers' of Commerce of  the British-Empire, will dine at Windsor  Castle soou after the Queen's return  there from Scotland.    "     .,  * In the first cricket match between,, the  Euglish. aud Australian eleven at Lords  ou Monday last, the Colonials went all  to peicpg. Tbey went to the wickets first  and iii oue hour aud two minutes were  all disposed ot for oM runs. The Eng  lish team made 183 for three 'wickets of  whicli Dr. Grace "made 66. The weather  was fiue aud ' tin* g-ound hard. Fully  30,000 people wt-m i resent. Eventually  the match was won by England by six  'Wickets.  CHUKCli NOTICKS.  Sunday June, 27, 1S90.  Ciiuu-ii of I.nolaND. Morning  Services 11 a.m. Holy Communion  after morning si-rvi-i*. - Forester's  Church Parade at l.veniiig Service,  IM p. in,  Methodist Cnuncir, Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. .Services at  11 n. "rn. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub-  iect "Tempting God." Evening subject '-Wlua Do You Think" - Prayer  meeting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock  Epworth Lp-igueE. of C. on Tuosday  evening c_t 8 o'clock.    =  PRESBYTEUiAN.CilU-tcii. Services at  11':a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Sunday School  ab 2.30, Prayer, meeting Thursday evening at S p. in. Chri.ti.ui  Endeavoi Society meets every Mimd-iy  evening at 8 o'clock.  Roman Catholic Ciiuhch. Mass  and Offices 10" a.m. Vespers at 7.30.  Servi.es first, third and fourth Sundays of the month.  .~HI6H waterT  NEWS OF THE CAMPS.  NELSON.  Tlu> unfiirLuiiiit- man John Ede who  was injured in an accident last week  at the Silver King, succumbed to his  wounds on Tuesday. Tin* deceased  was the original locator of ihe Cariboo  mine at Cariboo. He leaves a widow  and family.  It. B. Eaton and W. N, Richmond  returned from the Alpine group on  Thursday with sample? from the I. dg'\_  'Lhey report enormous quantities of  snow still on the ground. They had to  dig down through twelve feet of snow  to reach the ledge^  The large, number of mining locations and transfers now being recorded  taxes our space to the utmost, especially when we have been called upon  to |give lengthy reports of political  meeting-and the court sittings. Our  copies of the records are' therefore a  few days in arrear but they will be  caught up next week. A continuation  ofthe records usually placed on our  first page will be found on page four.  GOAT B1VEB.  (From our Correspondent.)  Temperature   for   May;���������Maximum  90'   Min.  ISO"    Rainfall   1.49   in.    Prevailing winds S. S. W.  0 Mr. A. F. Kalb of Brookdale has  been timpioving his (ranch lately,  having (erected a commodious frame  house and also.considerable fencing,  besides his usual crop.  Mr. K. J. Long is also at home this  summer turning the sod.  Mr. Hunrier, Banker, of Wisconsin  representing the Columbia Mining  Company, [paid a visit to that company's property lately and as a result,  several |inen are at work developing  the "Sea King."  Samples of ore from the St. Patrick  claim located this spring, sent tor assay, went;���������one to 'Spokane, $5. gold,  15o7.. silver and 5.0 per rent, copper  per ton, and the other to Denver went  2. per cent, copper only.  Mr. George A. Keefer went up with  an expert to examine into the merits  of the "Ivy" and "Dalcoath" claims on  Goat Mountain, in which he is largely  interested and came back with a very-  good report. There has been an offer  of $10,000 on four months' bond on the  Ivy but jwiis refused. The Dalcoath  will be developed this summer. Ore  from this claim assays exceedingly  high, some going as far as 75oz. silver,  30 per cent, copper and $21. gold per  ton.  Mr.   Sloane,   of the   Sloane-Paine,  1 Richmond Company, of Spokane, a.-  Icoinpanied by Mr. Lindquist and a  ' mining expert visited the property  of  the Duck Creek Miniug Company- recently. There is probably sufficient  ore in sight on the ^President to warrant the company going ahead with  development, possibly shipping ore at  an early date. The experts report was  of such a nature that it is said a large  gang of men will be3put to work soon.  W. Wyllie Johnston ��������� of |Benvie,  Dundee, Scotland, who came to British  Columbia with a view to settling if he  found a desirable locality has decided  that Kootenay "Valley is good enough  for him and has purchased a tract of  land from the Alberta & B. C. Exportation Co., through Mr. Geo. Alexander. Mr. Johnston 'is enthusiastic  over the prospects and has already let  contracts for the erection of his dwelling house, barns, stables etc. He intends to go in largely for fruit culture.  A number of his friends in Scotland  will, he expects, come over in the near  future and settle here.  Tlfe"g"ro w t h"on~f lie" Coin paiTy's~Ho iiie"  farm since the welcome showers and  warm weather set in has been .phenomenal. The small fruits set out last'year  are fairly loaded down with berries.  The other large fruit trees are doing  splendidly and a few of them .are expected to yield a small crop this year.  The hay meadow on which timothy  was sown last fall is in excellent shape  and the manager expects to commence  cutting hay in about two weeks. The  extent of.the Company's' operations on  the farm for this year" is as follows:' ���������  Potatoes 12A acres, Turnips 2, Beets 1,  Peas"2i, Oats 4, Wheat., Barley _, Timothy 100, Clovei 3, Millet -_, Carrots 1,  Onions IA, Cabbage 4. The hops are  doing well. Tomatoes, .Beans, Black  and Red Currants. Raspberries, Blackberries and Strawberries are doing exceedingly well. The Company have  also a large herd of porker., and about.  ���������100 head of cattle all of .which are in  splendid, shape. Everything about  the place is looking well, and it reflects  the greatest credit on Mr. Win. llen-  derson'who is in charge of this branch  of the Companys operations,  "~   VENEZUELA.  GREAT LIBERAL VICTORY*  Overthrow of the Tupper Goverumeut and  Defeat of Ministers.  The recent spell of hot weather has had  its effect on the rivers and lakes. There  is as much snow in the hills now as there  usually is at the beginning of April, and  it is therefore reasonable to expect very  high floods. Already damage is reported  from Trail where the Columbia has swept  1 away some wharves. Further down, the  same  river is threatening the line of the  : Spokane Falls k Northern Railway. In  the  Colville  valley floods are expected.  I At Xelson   the   Lake   is   not   yet' high  ' enough! to do any harm.  Georgetown, British Guiana.���������One  hundred laborers were opening a rotid  from the Barima to the Cuyuni river  within-the Schomburgk line, when they  were stopped - by armed Venezuelans.  Orders bave'been sent from Georgetown  to the British officers not to offer resis  tauce to the Venezuelans, }but to withdraw under protest.  London.���������The Under Secretary for  Foreign Affairs, the Hon. Geoige N.  Curzon, answering a question in the  House of Commons regarding tbe Venezuelan situation, said that the British  ambassador at Washington City Sir  Julian Pauncefote. was authorized to  receive and report upon proposals made  bv the Venezuelan representative at  Yv'ashington City. The latter, Mr. Curzon continued, had -been informed of  this, but up to the preseut had not made  any proposal, and negotiations were  pending wiih the United States both in  regard to a definite frontier and the arbitration of the frontier question with  Venezuela under proper conditions of  discussion. The latter question, Mr.  Curzon. further stated, does not offer  obstacles eo the conclusion of the general  arrangement with respect to arbitration,  which the. government hoped to see  concluded.  The following are the latest returns to  hand:  rnoviscE ok Ontario.  The following supporters of the government are elected: Addiugton, Bell:  Bothwell, Clancy; Brant South, Henry;  Brockville. Hon. J.F. Wood; Bruce East,  Cargill; Carletou, Hodgins; Cornwall,  Bergin;Dundas, Broder; Durham, Crai;j.  Elgin East, Ingram; Glengarryi McLennan; Grenville South, Reid; Grey North,  McLaughliu; Grey East, Sproule; Hiilde  raond, Montague; Halton, Henderson;  Hastings West, Corby, Hastings North,  Carscellen; Lanark North, Rosamond;  Lanark South, Haggart; Leeds South!  Taylor; Lennox, Wilsou; Loudon, Beatty;  Middlesex North, Hutchins; Middlesex  East, Gibson; Nipissiu;,, Kloek:  Norfolk South, Tisdale; Northumber  land East, Cockrane; "Northumberland  West, Goulett; Ontario North. McGillivray; Perth North, McLaren; Peterboro  West, Kendry; Renfrew South, Ferguson;  Simco East, Bennett; Toronto West.  Osier & Clarke; Victoria North, Hughes;  Waterloo North, Seagram; Welland, Mc  Cleary; York East, McLean; York West,  Wallace; Simco South, Tyrwhitt.  The following opposition candidates  are elected: Brant North, Summerville;  Bruce North, Bonner; Durham West.  Beith; Essex North, McGregor; Essex  South. Cowen; Grey South, Landeikiu;  Hamilton, Wood and Macphersou; Hastings East, Hurley; Huron, McDonald.  Cameron and McMillan;Kent,Campbell;  Kingston, Britton; Lambton, Frase.  and Lister; Leeds, Frost; Lincoln, Gibson;  Middlesex South, McGuigan; Middlesex  West, Talbot; Muskoka, Pratt; Norfolk  North, Charlton; Ontario South, Burnett;  Ontario West, Edgar; Ottawa, Hutchi  sou and Belcoiirt; Oxford, Sir R. Cart  wright and Southerland; Peel, Fetherstone; Perth South, Erb; Prescott,  Proulx; Prince Edward, Pettit; Renfrew  North, Mackie; Russell, Edwards; Toronto Centre, Ldunt; Victoria South, Mc-  Hugh; Waterloo South, Livingston;  Wellington, McMillen and Semple;  Weutworth, Somerville; Wentworth  South, Bain; York North, Mullock.  In Bruce West, Tolmie, patron was  elected; in Cardwell, W. Stubbs. Mc  Carthyite; in Frontenac, Dr. Rogers,  patron and in Simco, Dalton McCarthy.  Algoma, Elgin West, Northumberland  West, Peterboro and Toronto East are  still to hear from. The result so far  in Outario is Liberals _'2, conservative 42,  patrons 2, McCarthyites 2. The surprises  of the election are the defeat of Mills of  Bothwell, a.prominent liberal leader and  the Hon. Peter White. Speaker of the  last house of commons.  PHOVIS-J- OF '.UEBEC.  In Quebec the following conservatives  have been elected; Bagot, F. Dupout;  Beaubarnois, Beigeron: Cham plain, Dr.  Marcotte; ��������� Compton, Pope, Dorchester,  Morin; Jaques Cartier, Monk; Megautic,  Frechette; Montcalm, -Dugas; Montreal,  Quinn; Nicolet, Boisvert; Pontine, Pou-  pore; Shorbrooke, Ho_. " W. B. Ives;  Stanstead, Moore; Terrebonne; Chauvin:  Three Rivers, Caron.  The following Liberals- are elected:  Argenteuil' Dr. Christie; Beauce, J.  Godbout: Bellechasse, Talbot; Bertbier:  Beauscileil; Bohaventure, Fauvel; "Brome,  Fisher; Champly, Geoffrion; Charlevoix,  Angers; Ghateiiugay, Brown; Drummond,  Lavergne; Gaspe, Lemieux; Hochelagu,  Madore; Huntingdon, Scriver; Iberville,  Becharel; Kamouraska, Carroll; J_aBelle.  Bourasse;,L'Assumption, Gauthier ;Laval,  Fortin; L'lslet^Dechenej-'Levis-���������Guay:  Lotbiniere, Riufret; Maskinonge, Legris;  Missisquoi, Meigs; Montmorency, Lange-  lier; Montreal, Dupresaud Demarais; Mai?  soriueuve, Prefontaine; > Portneuf, Sir.  Hejurv Joly de Lotbiniere; Quebec,  Laurier, Lungelier, Dobell and Fitz-  patrick; Richmond, S ten son; Rimouski,  Fiset; Shefi'ord, Parmaleie; Soulauges,'  Bourbonnois; St. Hyacinthe, Bernier; St.  Johns, Bechard; Two Mountain!., Ethier;  Vmidreuil, Harwood; Vercheres, Dr.  Mongault; Wright, Devlin.  This shows 16 Conservatives and 42  Liberals with several districts to hear  from.  NEW   HRUNSW'I-K.  The following-eight conservatives  weie [elected in New Brunswick;  Northumberland, Robinson; Resti-  gouche; McAllister; Victoria, Hon.  J. Costigan; York,'.Hon. G. E. Foster;  Kent, Mclnery: Carleton, Hale; Gloucester, Blanchard; Charlotte, Ganong.  The six liberals who won seats ;are ;  Kings, Col. Domville: Queens & Sun-  berry,|King; St. John's. Ellis;St.John's  County, Col. Tucker; Westmoreland,  Robinson:' Albert, Lewis.  NOVA  SCOTIA.  The following are the conservatives  elected in Nova Scotia; Annapolis,  Mills; Cape Breton, Hon. Sir Chas.  Tupper Bart. & H. F. McDougall;  Colchester, Dummock;.Guysborougli,  Fraser; Halifax. Kenny. &. Borden,  Lunenburg, Kaulhack; Pictou, Sir C,  H. Tupper;, Richmond, Giles.  'The following are the successful lil>  erals:" Antigonish, Hon. C. Mols'aac';  Cumbeiland, Logan; Digby, Jones:  Hants, Harley; Inverness, McLennan :  Kings, Dr. Borden; Pictou, A. C. Bell:  Queen's & Shelbourne, Forbet'; Victoria. Campbell; Yarmouth, Flint.  The result is a standoff. Ten liberals  and ten conservatives. -  r-lUNCE  EDWAKD  ISLAND.  In Prince Edward Island the conservative candidates, Martin and Hackett,  are returned from Queen's East and  Prince's West respectively and Davie..  Yeo and Mclntyre, Liberals, are elected iii'the other three constituencies.  T11E;.PRAIKIE  PROVINCE.  In Manitoba Hon.-Hugh J. Macdonald" defeated Joe Martin, The only-  other conservative elected is II. Ann-  strong from Selkirk. Brandon has  elected .Dalton' McCarthy; Lisgiir;  Richardson. Marquette, Ashdown;  Macdonald: Rutherford. The returns  from Provencher are not yet in.  NORTHWEST Tl.RHlTOH I US.  The liberals tn-ide a clean sweep of  the Northwest Territories' according  toDnr report, and according to mioi her  Mr. Davin saved his seal in.Assiniboiu;  West. F. Oliver from Alberta nnd the  Hon. W  Laurier from Saskatchewan.  1IRIT1S1I   .OLUMKIA.  Victoria elects two conservative.-,  Hon. E. G. Prior and Thos. Enrl.  Billiard has elected Maxwell ; Vim  con ver, JMcInnes; Wes'.iuiii-ti-r, Mm-  rison ; and Yale-Koolenay-Cai'ib'.ici.  Bostock: all four liberals.  (Special.) Vancouver, Juue 20.���������Coi-  rections up l. o p.m. today. North On  lario elected Graham (Patron) Nortl  Middlesex, doubtful. We.-.tnioreliiiui.  Robinson (L). Richmond, Gillies (C).  Selkirk and Lisgar, doubtful. Wc.  Assiniboiue, Daviu (C) by amiijorily of'__!.  A recount is demanded. Despatches sa.1-  that the result of this will betocU.i  Mclnnes.  Tlio Toronto Globe's latest figures are  Libcruls    I'lonservntives   Independents   .118  ..  Ni  .. 12  ���������21.  The result of the poll in Nelson was n  surprise to both parties. The very largi  number of 184 votes were polled of which  Mr. Mara secured 92, Mr. Bostock, SH  aud one was rejected. Up to the time ol  the close iif the polls both parties were  confident of victory.  it is needless iu say that Mr. Bostock  is elected bj a large majority.  (Special.) Kamloops, Juue 26,���������Bos  touks miij. city is now 1518 with seven  places to hear from.  LOCAL   NEWS.  SUPREME 000RT*  (Before Mr. Justice Walkem.)  Webb& Pophamev Montgomery and  others.���������The plaintiifs were the origi-  nalowners of the Fishermaideh claiin  which they had bonded to defendants.  Under the agreement, the proceeds of  the sale ot ore after deducting all  expenses except for mining ore were to  be applied in payment of sums due  under the agreement. His Lordship  held that the words mining for ore did  not include deadwork and dismissed  the case with costs. ._  Clark v Haney.���������Defendant is applying for a Crown grant for the. Lt-giv  (sic) Tender claim at Rosslaud which  is opposed by Clark on the ground  that his claim the Olivette is a prioi  location on the same ground. A prospector, Dunl'ip, located the Pack Train  claim 1500 ft. by 600 I'l. under the old  Act of 1888 aiid died. His administrator allowed the location io lapse.  Haney then located theLegle Tender  covering the same ground. Afterwards Clark locates ihe Olivette siili  on the same ground claiming that ibe  Pack Train title had not lapsed at. I __t-  time the Legle Tender was located.  The case was adjourned lo allow the  plaintiff to prove bis location.  The other cases were of little geneial  interest. The court adjourned on  Thursday and Mr. Justice Walkem  left the same day for Donald.  THE TRANSVAAL RAIDERS.  Mr. J. II. Bowes left for Spokane.and  may be absent a rortuiglit.  'Dr. Hull the resident physician of.the  Nelson llnspiliil has r.v.unied from'.V.'iii-  '������������������mver. lie'is iicivnipu iod by 'Mrs.  Hall.  Mrs. D. A. Mucfiirlaud return- today  from a visit to tlio eutist, and Mrs. Frank  Fletcher leaves to speud some time .wiih  friends iu Winuipi-g.  C. M. Wilson and I). J. Jncksou who  are running a camp nt Seven Mile ou the  I'eml P'Oreille for the lv������.tenay Water  Supply Co. spent a Tew days in town,  The members of the Court Kooteunv  No. 3138 1.0 F. will holda cliurcli pqrjid'e  ou Sunday evening next aud will attend  li vine service at the English church.  Visiliug bi-them are iuvited tu join.','"  Anew industry is starting up in Nelson  and one that will be very welcome during  uiiii bot weallier. Mr. N: M. Cuiniu.ius is '  building a ,sodawatei' factory aud.jn a  i'cw days will be able to supply all kinds  of soft drinks. The firms advertisement  arrived too late for insertion this wefe'k.  The National Ore Reduction Co.', of  St. Louis, Mo., is coming into tliis-'iield  to compete for business. Their adveni-e-  uieut in another column explaiusvilm  nature of tbe firm. Mess is. MacFariiiud  .t Co. of Vaucouver. have beeu appointed  sole agents for B. C. .*���������. ;  A lawn tennis club has beeu started .in  Nelson with G. C. Mclntyre ns president  and E. T. H. *.impkins as secretary. The  committee consists of Messrs. Hodgins,  Russell, Sherwood, St. Barbe .'.aud  Wbnlley. The eutrnuce fee is 85 with a  monthly subscription of -50 cents.". A  grouud will be made ou Victo.iu street  nearly oppisite tbe Presbyterian Church.  The firm of Steele Bros., photographers  of Winnipeg, has gained lirst prizes'for  its excellent work in no less thumiivo  Industrial Exhibitions. One of the part-  ners, Mr. F. Steele is now in Nelson;'juul  people desinV.ua of having their portihits  taken will find him established on ih_  vacant.Iot on Baker street opposite.ihu  Bank of Montreal. '    -���������������������������������  The grand jury fouud true bills against  Dr.   Leander Starr  Jameson, "Major Sir  John Willoughby, Col. R. Gray, Mnjor  K. White, Col. H. F. Coventry held for  trial at Bow street police court un June  15th, charged with violating the neutrality laws by invading the Trausvaai  republic.  [The above telegram from Londou is  punted in the coast papers. What it  _means.it Is impossible to say unless "held  for trial"should read-���������'committe"d~f_r  trial." In that case the prisoners having  been committed by the magistrate are  now arraiuged before the Central Criminal Court.���������Ed.]  THINGS THAT AKE NEAR.  Three great electricians, Edison, Tesla  and a man whose name has only recently  come to the front, D. Macfarlan Moore,  are running a neck and neck race to  bring out the new electric light. Mr.  Moore has given a public exhibitii-u of  his light. He uses glass tubes seven aud  a half feet long aud one aud three-<ituner inches in diameter. Froui these a  soft and gentle radiance is difT'ised.  They would be placed along the cornice  of a room, All three men are .working in  the Bame direction and3 it is probable  that in a very short time the cost of  electric lighting will be . ieduced'to a  sixth or eveu a smaller proportion of its  present cost.  " Compressed air only awaits the invention of a convenient motor to make itself  the propelling force for all Btreet tr'aflic.  It is safe cheap and effective. lU application will at once banish- horses and the  unsightly aud. dangerous trolley wires  from our", treets.  ^According to the Philadelphia press,  the principle of Hying is kuowu and only-  wants a mechanical expedient to make it  successful. According to this paper the  first 25 years of the next century will see  all these desirable improvements in full  working order.  ENGLAND AND THE TRANSVAAL.  !���������"  Cape Town.���������The Secretary of State  for the Transvaal has telegraphed to the  British High Commissioner here that,  having in view the welfaie and peace of  South Africa, the Transvaal government  is convinced that proofs iu its possession  which are nt the disposal of Great Britain,  now completely justify and compel the  bringing to trial of Ce.il Rhodes, Alfred  Beit aud Dr. Harris, all'of the British  South Africa Company,, and connected  with the raid iuto tbf- Transvaal.  The Secietary adds that the Transvaal  is obliged to press this step on Great  Britain, and also to urtre that all control  by the British Chartered South Africa  Company be transferred to Great Britain.  GAZETTE  NOT 1CFS.  NEW    INCORPORATIONS.        "'��������� :  The Alberni Mount-tin Rose. (Jold  Mining Co., Ld : Capital $250,000..in  250,000 shares of SI each. Directors,  James J. Johnston, .las. McQueen,  David J. "Williams*, Richard Mills,".W.  Joi'den.    Head office Vancouver. ,."  London & Rossland Mining Co., -Ld :  Capitul-$75,00O in !iil shares. Directois  A. J. McMillan, of Victoria, Ed wind  Prilchard, nf 'London, Joseph '-\V.  Bovd. of Rossland, John S. Puterson  of Rossland, John L. J. Abbott of RoSs-  laiid. Objects nf the coinpunv'to {purchase, thi- Simla Cruz and Butterfly  claims at Trail Creek, and general mining etc.    Head oflice, Rosslaud.       :i.  Ontario Gold-Mining Co. (Foreigh.)  Head otlice al Spokane, Capital $1,*0-X),  000 in 1,000,000 shares.    No directors.  Hosshind Star Gold Mining Co.,.--Ed.  Capital $500,000 in 5(X),000 sharea.  Directors, Joseph Harris. John Dick,  W. W, Davies, J, B. McArthur.-and  C. O. B. Reddin. Head office, liossland. Object of the company to purchase the San Francisco mineral clujm  and general mining.  The Rossland Svndicate, Ld. Capital $50,000 in 500 shares of $100 each.  Diiectors, Daniel M. Linnard, Will-  iam J. Johnson, Arthur F. Corbin.  Head oflice, liossland. Object of the  company to takeover the business of  LiiKiai'd and Johnson and extend the  same.etc. ~V  MO N EY-"A-"N" D MEAS U"R ES";  The recent couveutiou of the Chambers  of Commerce of the British Empire  adopted a notable resolution at its last  session iu Loudon the other day. Il'jhis  says an exchange was a resolution which,  recitiug thnt the British currency system  of pounds, shilling, pence and fartbiggs  is -lusource ot constant annoyance iind  loss of time to the trade, especially to  the foreigu trade, who have adopted a  decimal system, and that the system of  dollars nud cents "now covers the whole  of the North American.continent, with u  population of 70,000,000 of English,  speaking people, urged ..that the Cniin-  diau decimal. system of currency, which  answers all purposes, be exteuded to the  otlier portions nf the British Empire, the  pound htoiliiii_r tn be oqinil to tive dolliir.t  and the -hilling to twenty-five cr*iits.  Another resolution which was likewise  adopted declared th.'-t the British system  of weights and measures, which varies  cci'ustiuitly in every part of the British  empire, is a source of constant annoyance  loss of time, and a formidable obstacles-  local, imperial-and .foreigu trade, an;d  that the metric system has'now been  universally- recognized, as the most perfect ��������� decimal system, and generally  adopted by nations of both continents,  with the exception of .the British empire  aud the United States of America, and  urged that, the metric system of weight,  and-measures be adopted without further delay by the several governments  of the empire, the yard being extended tc  the metre, the "quart to the litre, and the  two-pounds weight to the kilogram.  NATIVE TROUBLE   IN   AFRICA.  London June 21.��������� Coticnrreut advices  from Cape Town are to the effect that  the whole Mashoualan'd is in insurrection.  Troops have been hurriedly shipped to  Cape Town to go by way of Beira to'  relieve the British. Throughout Rhodesia the British only hold territory  within a mile of the forts. Settleis  everywhere Iiave beeu murdered by the  Matabeles. The troopers already iu the  country Iind great difficulty -iu conducting operations owing to the deficiency of  food anil horses. A loug and desultory  guerilla warfare is certain. This will involve the expenditure of funds from the  imperial exchequer and the subsequent  abolition of the charter of the British  South African Co. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C,   SATURDAY, JUNE 27,  1896.  GRIN   AND   BEAR   IT*  TU not ��������� motto fine as some.  Perhaps, In terms Mifl.-s-iimling;  But as from coal nue colors come,  Truth richly worth expounding  Lies in this aaaire���������truth sublime���������  And I would here declare It;  And if a bore you deem *ii v i hyme,  k\ hy, simply " K'rln andbear'it."  When cherished projects come to naught,  Ur ]ju111 imhitters pii'usure ;  When banks and bom_.������ your linn est thought  UriiiK loss to hoarded treasure;  WIiiiii friends forsake, and foes increase,  1'ut on, thourh hunt l<i wear it,  A Miuiiiy smile uf perfect peaci���������  'Twill liclp���������just "(frill and bear it."  When woes come thick and still more thick,  Disasters Kntli.riiiK dullv;  When hope deferred the heart makes sick,  While round you, jesting (,'nyly,  The world knows not how sad'v.ur soul,  Dreams not what (,-riefs do tear ll,  Keen over self a calm control;  All bravely " (frln and hear It."  All, 'neatli tliesi* homely words there lie  Vnst mines of dee|X'St meaning;  Whole tomes of sound philosophy  Well worth more careful gleaning;  Yet not mere sloir's lore I iirgu���������  Korever I forsweiir il���������  Li't earth's nud heaven's liest wisdom nici-fje���������  Trust God, then ''Kiin and boar it."  A PAIR OF WILD BIRDS  BY IIKNRY S.  BROOKS:.  (Copyright, 1895.)  There was a geut deal of charm about  the half-wild lifo of the early miuing  days of California, even to mon of education and refinement. Some of us uo doubt  felt that we ought not to be there, but  we were nearly all young and hopeful;  we knew that it would not last long,  And wisely enjoyed all there was in it. In  the main, the mining Gumps' were very  peaceable. There was not much law, but  a great deal of bed-rock justice. If a fellow was caught thieving or horse stealing,  he was stru ngjup to a branch ot the nearest  tree, within half an hour. The consequence was we had very little trouble of  that kind. We would track them up on  Saturday afternoon, tie them in front of  the shanty over night, and ride up to  Sonora on. Sunday for a good time. Son-  ora was the county seat of Tuolumne  county. It was first settled by Mexicans,  Sonoranians from near the head of the  Gulf of California. At that time there  were a great many Mexicans and Spanish-  Americans settled in Calaveras, Tuolumne iind Mariposa counties, whole camps  of them, such as Spanish Flat, Chiluno  Town, - Salvador, and th* like. Taken  collectively, they were a bad lot. It was  shortly after the Mexican war, and they  bore all Americans a grudgo. They considered that California properly belonged  to them,and they never lost an opportunity to get even. They were all inveterate  gamblers, and there is always more or  less trouble where there is a Mont. Carlo.  Still more, where there is a fandango,  and where you find one tlie other is never  far off." Our boys couldn't keep away  troin either, so, us a natural consequence," they got cleaned out pretty regularly, say, about once a month. Thoy didn't  mind losing their money ; thoy thought  they had got their money's worth, I suppose, and it was easy to get more, but  ���������very now and thon the money bank or  tbe fandango broke up in a fight. Some  of the white boys got knifed, and some  of the Mexicans shot. Then would follow a regular outbreak on tho part of the  Mexicans until the whole county would  raise to "clean them out," which means  driving them into the next county, I  suppose. I was in one of those raids, to  my shame and sorrow, for the Mexicans  would, have been peaceable onough if left  to   themselves,   1   am   sure.    But  there  ' had been a series of appalling cowardly  murders, and the whole county was in  rarms. Our party was organized to drive  them out of Ponche Town, a scattering  place of two or threo hundred Mexican  miners, mixed up with Chilians and  others. = It was a bad hole, one of the  worst in the country���������a regular don. I  was camping then' with a young fellow  from*Mississippi, Jefferson Lee Pelton, I  think his name was, though wo all called  him Lee. He was a flue, noble-hearted  fellow, und our part of the performance  consisted, I think, in doing what wo  could   to   protect   the   Mexicans.    They  -~8howed~quito���������a���������lively���������_flght-.or-aw_.ilc."  but were soon driven out, of course, and  when we entered the town, which , was  little more than a mixed lot of. adobes  and brush shuntios, it was afire in two  or three,places. Our orders wero to. disarm the inhabitant-, and as soon as we  entered the place there wus a scramble  for arms, of which we found plenty, particularly revolvers and '.bowio knives,  ivory handled and silver plated, for a  Mexican will spend his last dollar to buy  a richly ornamented weapon. ' Wo were  turning over.-' things pretty lively, Leo  and I, when we heard a sound of. stilled  sobbing in one of the adobes. It was surrounded by a shade made of i.alm thatch  and beoch, which had caught and set. fire  tothe roof. When wo went.in there wero  a couple of children on the earthen Iloor,  a boy and a girl about five or six years  old; portions of the burning roof were  falling around them, a pieco of which 1  think, had luckily scorched thc girl and  caused her to. make tlio outcry. Thoy  had nothing   on, either  of   them,    hut. ;i  ��������� linen shirt, none too long, having evidently just 'tuniblod out of bed. You  soo, we had surprised the camp pretty early  in tho morning. " Wc'carriod the children  out, not a little embarrassed with our  charge. Lee took thn girl and I thc hoy.  "We had to carry thom iu front of our saddles,, and before wo had gone very far tve  wished that wc had stayed" at home, for  such squirming, - scratching and clawing  you'wouldn't have "thought possible in  creatures of tho size. They gave us no  credit for our good intontions; they looked upon us as bandits and incendiaries,  and really, como to think of it, 1 don't  see how they could   have   put   any other  - construction upou our actions".  " It was a long ride back, to camp, and  tho little ones must have been pretty-  well petered out when we got thero; but  they were as -'wideawake as a couple of  wild cats and as ready for mischief.    Lee  ' had to watch them whilo I put up tho  horses. Wo couldn't leave them a. minute.  They were uncommonly yirctty, particularly the girl, who was the older: dark,  but with lots of bright color and a glorious tangle of jet black curls. Such eyes  I never beheld. They had a wonderful  fascination. At times, ~they had an expression scarcely human;" sometimes I  thouifht more than human, sometimes,  wholly wild.  After a while wc succeededln pa.ifying  them. Luckily we had a littlte fruit in  the cabin,  which . they devoured eagerly,  _ and later we made thorn a iness ot rico  and molasses. We fitted up a cot for  them, where they slept comfortably  enough. I got up in the., night two. or  three times, and turned down the blanket  c  gently to look at thom. ��������� Thoy .were snuggled up close in each other's .arms, but  they were wide awake, yThoy did not  move, but those wild eyes shone out of  the dark, liko veritable'stars. What to do  with them, that was the puzzle I How to-  cloth thom. How to .ecuie them; for we  must go to work, and us to looking them  in tho cabin, we might as woll havo locked up a pair of eaglets.  At last we thought of an old couple up  on the hill, at the head of Indian Gulch.  The old man had been . a preacher, a  right good ono, too,,in his day, thoy said.  He had no church,for thoro was no church  short of Sonora, and w������ all wondorcd  how tho old couplo made a living. Anyway, thoy wero willing onough to take  euro of tho children wliun wo guaranteed  to pay for them; and ��������� when tho boys  heard what wo had dono, they all contributed, until wo had a pretty wcll-  flll.il purse, sultlcient almost to provide  for thuin until they could be taught to  provide for themselves. Thoy woro still  in thoir night clothes, poor littlo dots  when wo carried them in blankets up to  tho old peoplo, but tho .old lady sot to  work in a minute cutting out things for  them. She seemed delighted, and bo-  came quite talkative. She told us that  her husband kept a day school and that  he had twelve or fourtcon pupils, children  of tlio neighbors around. So we felt  sure that we had taken tho little waifs  to thc right place.  We used to ride up to Indian Gulch  evory Sunday on our way to Sonera aftor  that, and we always carried with us somo  little things for the young ones; but thoy  never took kindly to us, just tolerated us,  nothing more. They would not associate  at all with the other children, the old  peoplo told us, but kept- themselves apart.  Xo sweets, no games, nothing could tempt  thom. ''They just remind me," the old  lady said, "of a couple of wild ducks wo  had once at homo in Maryland. Tho children brought them in when they wero  only just Hedged and we put them in the  pond with tho' tame duck, aftor they had  become rconciled to them, which wasn't  until quite a while. Then they sailed off  by themselves and always kept by themselves, though one old duck took to them  mightily and always wanted to mother  them. We thought at flrst that we would  clip thoir wings, as soon as they got old  enough to fly but we never did seeing  that thoy seemed coutentcd enough,  though so .odd liko. But one day there  camo along a flight of wild ducks, and  off they went. That was tho last we  ever saw of them. It will be something  the same with these childron, I guess, for  tho've got some Mexican friends already.  The boy there has a deck of Mexican  cards, they gave him, which tho young  ones set groat store by, for they are  playing with thom off and on whenever  thoy are not at their lessons. They take  to them mighty kindly, too."  1 '.'I guess it is in the blood" said the old  man, "for they play regular games with  them. ��������� "Not like our chidren would.  They may have seen them before, though  you would think they must have been too  small to know their meaning."  We didn't like to hear about the Mexicans prowling around, but when the old  man said it would be a sin not to give  them a chance to speak their own language, we gave in, especially whon wo  heard that the Mexicans who visited  them soomed to bo quite   decent   people*;  ���������A year or so later I left the mines and  went down, tho Bay. Lee stayed ou, although I strongly advised him to quit.  That sort of life seems to take a strong  hold of some inciii and - the longer they  stay the harder it is to tear themselves  away. But we corresponded regularly  and he nover failed to keep me posted  about the children.  Three or four years after I left, the  children disappeared from the school,and  Lee wrote me that he could never set.  trace of them again, though ho rode  frequently over to what was left of Pou-  cho Town and every Mexican settlement  for miles around. They had taken to  flight like the old lady's ducklings. ' and.  there was littlo more chance that either of  us would ever set eyes upon   thom again.  One day,after I had been established in  San Francisco several, years, I went with  a friend to visit a celebrated private  gaming table. The fact is, . I had received a description of two of the players  which had strongly aroused my curiosity  and interest. Tho rooms proved to be  gorgeously��������� f urn ished��������� apartments���������up-_  stairs, and there at one of the tables sat  Tita and Panchito, dealing. The game  was Monte. There was an immenso  crowd, principally of tho higher class  Spanish Spanish American and foreign  element.. Tita looked uncommonly pretty, fascinating, in fact; but it seemed  unnatural to see a girl, still little moro  than a child, performing such a part.  She soon detected me,but gave no sign' of  recognition, except to cast a significant  glance at Pancho, who singled me out  in a ininuto. Tho senses of peoplo who  follow gambling as a profession aro cultivated to extraordinary alertness. I did  not desire to mako myself known, but  rested contented with watching tho giuno  for an hour or more. Tho play was vory  high. Thero woro piles and piles of gold  ounces changing hands every fow minutes. Tita played ou the picture of guileless innocence! That.was a great trick  of the Spaniards to put tho prettiest unsophisticated" looking girl they could find  as dealers and certainly th y never found  one prettier or more- artless' appearing  than Tita,. hut I "'noticed that sho never  forgot to rake in tho gold ounces all the"  sumo.  . An I-'luboruU- Accessary.     -_  .  An elaborate accessory that transforms  a simple bodico to something extremely  dressy   Is  accomplished   by   means of   a  '��������� pointed yoke of heavy laco that has great  paste jewels set in the conspicuous circles  of its design, says tho l-Miiadolphia Times.  ��������� This yoke is finished   with   point - under  : the chin, and extends   to  the bust line,  ��������� with a point "out over each shoulder aud  with one - in   the   small of  the back.    A  ! pair of wide epaulettes are sot under the  shoulder points extend well   out over the  ' sleeves and arc so long from front to back  that the points of the yoke  aro   set prot-  ' tily between tha edges of the epaulette.  Just from beneath this point of contact  between ��������� the epaulette and yoke edges  appear two straps of tho heavily jeweled'  lace. These hang to tho belt over which  they arc well bloused and under which  they disappear. The straps corresponding  in the back are crossed and drawn tight.  Thc bolt is of close-drawn fclds of the  velvet and the collar of the pointed yoke  is made of folded velvet to correspond,  the shade being of the deepest tone of  the jewels. Nothing could bo more swagger than the effect of this "harness," '13  elaborate accessories are being called,  worn over a bodice with a bloused front,  tho loose folds appearing between the jeweled straps. Such an affair costs too  much to think of at the importers, but  can be made effectively for very little  und the money and time are well ex-  pendad. -      3ST_E!X.SO_N"  Planing Mill!  Doors,  Sashes, Turned  Work,  Brackets 1 and \ Office \  Fittings.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEEP.  PRICES REASONABLE.  THOS. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.  FRED WILLIAMSON  ���������Has   Opened Up In-  Gent's   =  =  =   Furnishings,  In the Store Lately Occupied by  the Telegraph Office on  Baker Street. m  Latest in Lady's Beits & Blouse Sets  A Full Line of 184? Rogers Bros.' Table Ware.  ENLARGED PREMISES,  ENLARGED STOCK,  put  -Reduced   Prices   ii)   -he  FOLLOWING  Groceries,     Tinware,    Graniteware,  Glassware and Crockery.  o  ___r-AT THE-r___  IDEAL GROCERY STORE  BUCHANAN & ROBINSON Proprietors  (301)  l^-S  ^Z7  ;z 5-  2L..-S:  ^P^������  "sT"  ZL.  [\  Vienna Bakery and Restaurant <  _3.a_:_ce:_"i street, __sj-__.i.so_sr-  A  j   Our Restaurant.   i_-> a success.     People conic 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 /  Cakes, Huns, Etc., constantly on hand. \  Boston Baked Pork and   Beans   to   order.    Bread dclivcied to ��������� *  all  parts of the city. :y  HUMEE   <S_   MAETIN",   PHOPES. \  Thos. Dunn ������ Co., L'd.  Watch Repairing a Specialty,   All Work Guaranteed.  JACOB DOVER'S, BAKER ST., NELSON.  (258)  GILKER % WELLS.  MOEE  ZD-TZETW  GOODS.  SUITS {=��������� 1 PANTS  The Finest Goods and the Latest Styles.  A Special Line;of Boys' Clothing.  SiFieCI-AJL. TO THE TT^-AJDZE.  We hold the largest stock of Cigars in town. Our own  brands���������'-La Progression" and ' Pride of the West"���������are  -plendid value.    Call and Inspect.   -  GILKER & WELLS. NELSON AND PILOT BAY. ?  DEALERS IN  MINERS', BLACKSMITHS' AND MILL SUPPLIES,  ���������(Alt AXI������ -IIKKT  IIMI.-V. MIXKK^ l������l< KS, BIB .(.Ml   -IIKKT-TKKL,  MI-KKS' SIIOVKI.S. Willi: KWI'KS. MA.M1.I_A  IMI1-KS,  ii.v.-HT.: nsi: ami e.\m.  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR  MINING  "Write for Quotations. Cable Address, "Dunn." .  (���������33) "V_^.3SrOOTT"V"___F., B- O.  cos   QUICKSILVER.  ALBION IRON WORKS Co., LIMITED  _E J_STG-I_ISr:E]E!_RS_  IRON FOUNDERS, BOILER MAKERS. * * * ,  MANUFACTUKEKS OF MA BINE AND "  LAND   ENGINE-.   BOIJ.EES.'  ETC.,  FISH CANNING   AND   MINING  MACHINERY, HlDl.AULIC GIAVIS/ "  * * PIPES  AND SINKING   PUMPS  I OR MINES.  French Ranges, Stoves, Grates, Etc.  SO|_K  AUKM* ."OB HKNI-l    J(.  ft OKI IIIM'TOVS   fcTI'AM   I I !-|>S   AM>  l-OHU'Wl*-  KOI.K l������UIM>   <:0.'S -vn-.tt   KO������'K  IIKIM.S.  No. 6 Chatham and 71 Store Street.  P..0.DBAWEB 12  YICTOEIA, B. C  (295)  We are now Receiving Weekly Shipments of  Creamery Butter in One Potind Pats  mid W& BeGGommenQ lo lie of -prior .Qiaiiij..-  Hudson's Bay Company,  tee Mcdowell atkins watson go., ltd.  -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.  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  (258)  . . Your Toes  NotS'-achhornf, corny deformity I  Ill-fitting shoos ciil it. Putting- your-  foet into _cot_-that fitted your eye only. Here is a  shoe which-i-- i~__do to fit Nature's -teet. It cost .5.000  to produce tho flrst perfect pair,, but you can now  havo the 6,00Oth pair for .3.50. .Made ofthe beat  imported calf-siin, in black or' tan, by the famous  Goodyear Wcluproc ess, -whicli gnves ease to tho foot-  elasticity to the solo.   83.00, 84.50, SS.30 per pair.  a  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co������  VANCOUVER, B. C.  10 AND 12 CORDOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE STREET.  4.17 HASTINGS STREET 127  The Red Book.  Price $4. per Copy  The Slater Shoe (for Men.)  ^jfr^-fs.-i-'-sa^g'-i g^_E-g_- _a__u?__HE .���������.���������Li    i?���������  Gilker (YjT  Wells, Sole Agents for Nelson.  Green Brcs., Agents at Kaslo  Hunter Bros., Kendrick and Co., Agents at  Rossland. Al1  Tlie Oiily Directory of tlie Province in Two Years.  A COMPLETE GAZETTEER  of over 500 poiDts in British Columbia, muuy of which have never before  appeared in any Directory or Trade Reference Book  with Location, Population .vn.  BANKING TOWNS TELEGRAPH OFFICES ���������***-  RAILWAY STATIONS EXPRESS OFFICES  POST OFFICES MONEY ORDER OFFICES  A POCKET EEFEEENCE BOOK  -     OF ALL THE  TRADES,  PROFESSIONS.    INDUSTRIAL   AND  MINING   ENTERPRISES.  Over 6000 Business   and Professional  Firms, Full "Names of Partners, Kinds of  Business, Street Address in Cities.  PUBLISHED BY.. ���������'    ' .  THE  MEECHANTS'  Y  AGENCY,  VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA.  (356)  'It Brought  That is whut a Vancouver  ; man said about his ad in  Good Results'   the miner. THE MINER, NELSON, B.C.; SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1896  Wxz Jftmer.  THE MINER is.printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed to any address in Canada or.  ��������� the Uni'ed States, for one year on receiplof  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted alt he rate of$j per column inch, per  month.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENT'S inserted al the rate of /j cents per nonpareil  line first insertion f and /o cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Adver '.'semenls  running Jor shorter periods than -three  months ere classed transient.  *LL COMMUNICATIONS to the. Editor  must be accompanied by the name anri address of the writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in first-rate style al  the shortest notice.  ���������;  AODBBSS  Ch_ Minir Printing a Publishing Co  NELSON.    B.C.  A   WAVE OF CAPITAL,  public. In the successful t-undidut.,  Mr. Bostock, we are able lo welcome  another personal friend.. Everyone,  friends and foes alike, recognizes in our  new member a. ni.an of the highest  charade., thoroughly earnest in his  good intentions, to whom it is "almost  an insult to say that he is placed by  fortune beyond the influence of sinister  motives. Mr. Bostock has' a clean  sheet before him, the tracing of the  record upon ic is in his own hands.  Scarcely ever has a man had such a  good start. Me is lettered by no  promises, lie represents a constituency tliat is rapidly becoming Ihe most  important in the entire Dominion and  is moreover, centreing on itself the  eyes of all the world. Its member  holds a pioud position, nor is he likely  to forget that by his course of action,  constituency and representation may  be alike honoured by their connection.  At the recent meeting in Nelson one  of the speakers pointed out, as an ar.  giiinent in favor of the Conservative  candidate, that it was a good thing for  out member to sit on the Government  side of the house. Is it far-seeing instinct or blundering good luck that  lias brought about this very _ much to  be desired result?  The position of affairs in South Africa and elsewhere brings the question of  the practical working depth of it mine  to the front. The celebrated 'banket''  reef of (he Hand is a gravel-cement  formation carrying gold, dipping aban  angle of about 45 degrees from the  horizon. The first series of claims  were naturally located along its strike,  at the surface. When the extension  of the reef was found to be reliable another series of claims was established  parallel to the first. Investigation  Mcith the diamond drill proving a still  further reliable continuation, another  series of claims was made with a view  to cutting the lead at depths varying  from -000 to 5000 feet. On these  "deeps," as they are called, the hopes  of the investing public now rest. The  ore is not of high grade. The cost oi*  working, which has been reduced on  the Robinson Company's woiks to .$J50  a ton, leaves a bare margin for prolit,  and   the,.increasing  price  of  labour  , makes it doubtful if this  low figure  will be maintained.  In Australia atUeiidigoandBallarat  mines are still being worked at a depth  of 8000 feet and over and it is found  there that the cost is very little in  excess of what it is at 700 or 800 feet.  Nor is the inconvenience to the men  employed any greater. Modern iii  ventions combined with care and skii.  provide a sufficient ventilatioirat any  depth.   But again the margin of protii  -in these Australian mines is not large.  They pay   respectable   dividends  but  'these are not large enough to attract  European capital.  The investing public requires mines,  the ������uccess of which does  not depend  ��������� on a margin of a .few cents. It can  find what it wants in Western Amer-  ca, and it is begining to find out ihis  fact for itself. The special London  Coi respondent of the Engineering and  Mining Journal of New York is not  likely to be biassed in favor of territory lying'on this side of the International boundary line, and this is what  he says. "As far as America is concerned interest is entirely centred in  British Columbia. All the promoting  houses are getting to know the value  of the mineral deposits of that pro.-  vince and are sending men ove. ^to^  acquire properties:  Before now thendvice husbeen"giver,  "put your properties in order.'1 ; A  salesman wishing to dispose of his  goods sets them forth in such a position,  as will display their merits'to the .best  advantage. A prospect opened up in  a business like manner will sell better  than a rich one neglected.  This posit ion of affairs paves the way  for individuals or associations, not  well enough off to buy and work claims  for themselves; but to do the development for those not in a position to do  it for themselves. This is at once a  legitimate and profitable business'aud  it is not. surprising to see that already  companies are being formed for the  purpose.  THE BOIL OVER.  NOTES.  The wreck of the Druininond Castle  with a loss of 2-19 lives is one of those  terrible disasters which science, training and care are alike unable to prevent. The steamer which is one of  the well known Castle Line, belonging  to Donald Currie & Co., was on her  way home from the Cape and was  drawing up towards the English Channel from the Bay of Biscay. The two  are separated by the Ushant reef,  a dangerous ledge of rocks and islands  extending ont from Cape St. Matthieu  in the department of Finisterre the  nor-westerly corner of France. It is  nowhere near Cape Finisterre, which  is in Spain, as reported in the Spokane  papers. During westerly gales there  is a strong inset from the Atlantic into  theBay, which throws steamers out of  their course to the eastwards and lays  them inside the Ushant light instead  of outside it. This is what happened  to the Drummond Castle and has happened to dozens of good craft before.  It is, remarkable that no instrument  can be devised to detect this lateral  drift, which is the main cause of so  many wrecks.  WANTED Golfl. Silver. Copper orCoalPrpte.  ILL Jl or promote .im. to lake oro.  WILL HANDLE Bondsof Flectnc, Steam or Horse Car Railways.  WILLII1 Waterworks orjloatMils of Same.  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17 and 19 Broadway, New York City.  (37'J)  | the Trilby cafe, ������  Josephine Street, Nelson, B. C.  t  DELICACIES OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.  First Class Meals 25c and Up.  SHORT  ORDERS   A   SPECIALTY.        OPEN DAY AND NIOHT.  .A. TBIAL SOLICITED.  1%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%  rUOFKS-lO.MAL  CIKOS.  G1 JOO. A. B. HALL, M. D., D. I>. S.  T   -oiisuUod by calliuif on him al the Hotol  l'li-ir.  CAN BE  ic*H(  [:������oj  4        WHBALLl-K.  BAK1USTKU  Solicitor, Kaslo, Jl. C.  AND  .'Ml  __._._._-._.      UOBHINS&   LANO.     AS-   suycrs  to   War EhrIb   and   Associate-  Companies, Russia nd l*1*'  A SSAYING.  MAHON, "McFAULAND & MAHON. LTD.,  Mining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  B. C.   Members Stock ExuhiiiiKC.  (330)  SIBBALD AND PEASE, GENERAL  Commission and Fownrding Agents,  Wliolcsalo Jobbers iu Groceries and Provisions  Kevelstoke Station. . <**������'  T- IONEL  C.   BARFF, Mining Broker of the  -J   Victoria Stock_Exchange of BntishCol-  limbia.  Ld.  I.bty.  Victoria, B. C.  Offli;-, 32 Langley  street,  GEO. SHEDDEN. STOCK AND SHARE  Broker, Victoria, B. C. (Member of the  B. C. S ock Exchange of Vietoriu.) Client-  interests carefully guarded and settlements  promptly made. Shares at latest quotations.  TENDERS  ESTATE OF R. E. LEMON.  rpHE ASSIGNEE will sell by Tender at  L Nelson, B. C. on Wednesday, July 20th.  lSIKi.ut 12 o'clock, noon, the Stock, Book-Accounts, Fixtures and Plant.'as per the following  list:--  Kollowing the fashion set at the last  election in Great Britain, on Tuesday  last the people of Canada made a clean  sweep of their government and installed a series of new ideas, new- methods  andnew men. lt would be useless to  go iuto the question of the cause of the  revolution". Every man will.have his  own theory* moulded on the lines of  the party fo which he belongs. If he  is a Conservative it would be useless to  urge that the electors were tired of the  form of government that has lasted so  long; if a Liberal, he would never believe that it was the lesult of a number of chances. The thing is done, the  Liberals are in power and a new era  has commenced. All we have.to do  now is to sit still and wait, watching  the result of the change on the fortunes of Kootenay.   -'  Throughout the election this journal has maintained in attitude of  neutrality." It would therefore ill become us to make any remarks upon its  result here. We may say however  that in losing "Mr. Maia we are losing a personal friend. lie will, however, from his connection with several  commercial enterprises, still be amongst us and able to direct them at once  for his own benefit and for that of the  I,'theie is one variety of news that  ivii-iivs more careful scrutiny than an-  oilier it is, mining news. The papers  in the East and elsewhere are content  to get their items from the coast, written iiparently by men whose mendacity  is only equalled by their ignorance.  Consequently the following,"cut from  a Manitoba paper, is the kind of rubbish we iind in their columns ;���������  Vancouver, May 23.���������'A .nining boom  has fairly struck this province, fully  two weeks before the time prophesied.  There are scores of English and American millionaires in Kootenay and  other parts of the province. While all  the best mines in some districts have  within the past week been bonded by  Engli.h capital, sent to agents here.  New York and San Francisco capital  is also largelyorepresented. Hundreds  of thousands of pounds "of English  money, drawn from South Africa and  Australia, are being'placed in British  eohunbiu.���������The-latest_d_.scov.ei.ies_ai:e.  ���������a ten foot vein of gold-bearing oie  near Vancouver in the Lillooet district  on the Frazer. It is free milling ore  aud runs $1,000 to tlie ton on the average and is said to be the richest vein  yet discovered in the .province. A  ledge has been discovered on Barclay  Sound, near Victoria, which is thirty  feet wide. Theie is over a million dollars in sight.  Hardware,      -  9o.10.4G  Tinshop, Table and Stock  8S-..81  Crockery and Glassware  .351.93  Groceries and Cigars  2514.26  Boots and Shoes  11114.211  Dry Goods and Furnishings  1-42.62  I'lantEtc,       -  11111.23  Book Accounts, Good,  9400.00  B. C. STOCK k MINING EXCHANGE,  LTD., VANCOUVER, B. C,  Call Mining and other stock daily (Sundays and public holidays excepted.)  Forms of application for listing stocks,  lists of authorized brokers and rates of  commission chargeable can be had by  applying to the secretary.  THOS.  WILLIAMSON, Secy.  (331)  Commencing on June 25th, 1896  TAfiSlipBONA"  Will make bi-weekly trips on  TUESDAYS& THURSDAYS  BETWEEN  Pilot Bay, Davie and  Sanca, (Granite Creek)  Calling at Any Point on the Koute.  Arriving at Pilot Bay from Granite  Creek at 8:30 a. m. Returning, leave  Pilot Bay at 1 p. m. (19)  C. W. BUSK, Owner.     ������ PRESTON, Master.  $23657.57  Terms; 2, 4. and 6 months with interest at 7  per cent, secured to the  satisfaction  of the  Assignee.  Inventory and Stock can be seen at the office  of R. K. Lemon, Nelson, B. C.  Separate tenders will also be received for the  Store and Lot at Rossland and for two. stores  and two lots at Nelson, including Warehouses  and Barn! Any further particulars can be obtained from r  GEO. McFARLAND,  Agent for A. C. Flumerfelt,  -Assignee; Estate K. E. Lemon.  Nelson! B. C.'. June 24th, 1896. 387 ."'  MIMXI'. AUK-l's.  W. J. G. PIOKSON.  REAL ESTATE.  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  __sr_3LSO*isr, b. c    m\  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  IXSl'BA-tJ.- and ��������� ��������� ���������  .    COMMI-MIO.N AUVNT.  VICTORIA ST..-  414  NELSON. B.C.  E. A. POWYS & OO.  .   -N-ELSoasr. *B. c.  ._. '  Mining Agents and Sharebrokers,    ������������������  ' Insurance,- Real Estate. Commission  _.   and Mining Machinery Agents.  A Register kept with full particulars of Claims.  -The result of the polling in Nelson  shows that the gentlemen who went  into the proplui. business were not  acting on a sound commercial basis.  The recent strike in the London will  probably direct public attention, to  what is called the dry ore belt of that  section. The London is situated about  three miles to the north of Bear  Lake, and Ms tin* property of Major  Aioeitkerki and T. J. Pi octet*. The  Major has worked there foi" several  years almost single handed. Indications of this dry ore belt can be traced  from the headwaters ot Wilson Creek,  through the north fork of Carpenter.  Creek almost across to Kootenay Lake.  An extraordinary scene instancing  the newness of American life was witnessed the other day in Minneapolis.  This city today is one of the mi-ft im'  portant and ranks among the large.-1  cities in the States, On the 27..1 May-  last, the first house ever built in the  country where Minneapolis now stands  was hauled through the streets by  7000 school children in shifts of 1000  each. The house was built 47 years  ago and ,its builder and his .wife are  still alive. It now stands in a special  site selected in Minnehaha Park.  I The rumor that Colonel Rhodes and  ! Barney Barnato are coining to British  ' Columbia is probably premature. The  ��������� prison doors have hardly closed behind  1 the former and both gentlemen have  ! too many interests on the Dark Continent to immediately fly away to the  j fair and free lands of the fur west.  SALES NEGOTIATED.  202)  EASE AND  COMFORT  May    be    had   during   the   hot  weather it vou buy one of our    ;_,  ARRAWANA HAMMOCKS  They arc   in  white or  full   color  with or without valance,    They are  STRONG AND DURABLE.  Pricks;   $1.25   Si.50 $1,75   $2.00  $2.50 $3.00 $3.50  Childrens Hammocks 75c  and 90c.  THOMSON   STATIONERY   CO. LD.  NELSON, -        "   ������" B- C,-  aiso VANCOUVER. '   I'KBI  Do You Want To. Borrow.  It is as easy to pay off 11 Loan on our plan as  it is to pay rent.' A $500 loan costs 37.50 per  month and pays'off principal and interest in  8 years, other sums in proportion," time'of pay  incut limited to, 8 years. First mortgage  improved property only. Ask tor prospectus.  W. J. CJ DICKSON,  Agent Equitable Savings & Building Association, &**  fH^BorrroN  RESTAURANT.  Open    Day    and    Night.  TABLE D' HOTE.  BREAKFAST. -       - T TO 11  LUNCH. 12 TO 2  DINNER. ������ TO a  BOARD FROM $6.00 UP.  IMIISS   --I-   HA.-   X3XJ_?'B'-_r:>    .  rKOrBILTf-t'S-.  (250)  OUTLET-HOTEL,  OPPOSITE BALFOUR.  Best Fishing in Kootenay Outlet.   ;:  Lawn Tennis Grounds.  Sail and Rowing Boats.  i*  Enlarged and Improved. Specially Suitable  for Dancing and Picnic Parties.    {>  J.  E.  HOUGHTON, -  - -  r.  .''JO  Dominion Dajft  The Sixth Anniversary ofthe great t  Canabian  WILL BE CELEBRATED AT NELSON     ;  Wednesday and Thursday, July 1 &? 2  Hotel Crescent,  Josephine St,, Nelson.  Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughout with the  electric light, Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for boarders.  s  MBS. CLARK,  Late of Royal Hotel, Calgary  JOHN HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.    _.  Office:  NELSON   AND   ROSSLAND, B. C.  M0  $1000   _xpw-���������-_oe,m   PRIZES  For Baseball, Drilling, Caledonian Sports, Horse Races and Boat R?ces  GEO. A. BIGELOW, President*       JN0. HOUSTON, Sec  Special rates on Steamboats and Railways.  C'SO)  KELLY, DOUGLAS & 00.  *v"-A.3srco*a"v*Bi*i, e.g.  WHOLESALE    GROCERS    AND   OIKEC T  IMPORTERS FROM  China,   India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groc_ri.._, Cigars, Cigarette**,  c.   - '   Tobaccos, Etc.  Prompt Attention to All Ordri-K.  [329]  ANTOINE MATJRINi  and Ben,  Dry Goods. Clothing, Etc-,  \._W _4M������ SKCO.N'IO HA.\I>.  NELSON  (293)  B. C.  ROYAL HOTEL,  Cor. Minnie)' i-n.1 Sillm Mlrcelii,  __srEXiSO_rsr- _b. c.  lt-:__!E3t3-_S__l_!^*__S_3l_\<__-_-*^*Sjs3_-__-a  TURNER. BEETQN & CO.  Wholesale Merchants Only.  -*?-���������_.-.-  I Sole Agents for B. C. for Brown's;  **r  r  SCOTCH. ���������  (248)  tfELSatf       REST AlJl{ AISfT  The only Restaurant that does not employ Chinese,  and in consequence is serving more meals than any  other house in town.   ���������  -.������ . "       ' \  CALL AND GET A  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  FURNITURE   ENTIRELY-  NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  It.Kt .Locution In Town.   B.antlful Views.  Bar  now   Open   and   Stocked with  Choice Liquors and Cigars..  Unequalled in Kootenay.  Give us a trial and   be   Convinced.  M  E  Fred J. Squire  I -    HAS RECEIVED  HIS SPRING STOCK OF '"*',.���������  I SCOTCH TWEEDS, SERGES, WORSTEDS  CHERBO & BOOTH  12911  AND TROUSERINGS.  NOTICE.  #  PRICES      AFTER   DATE.   I,   THK  undersiK-C-, intend to apply u> the Chief  SIXTY   DAYS  undersigned, intend to apu..  Commissioner of Lands and  works,  for per- ,  TWEED SUITS  misi-iou to purcliai-- the undermentioned tr.u t   CippnT1   QTTTTQ  of land. coniinencinKatapoint marked U.S.,.*".   OJjX������jVT������i   OUJ.XO  E., placed on the thore of (lie OutI������;t of Kootenay  Lnkeon Grohtnan Flat, thence 40chains north.  thence 40 chains-.v-st. thence 10 chains M>ur!i  to the Outlet, thence following the (.hore of th*-'  Outlet to the point of commencement.  HAROLD SELOUS.  Nelson, B. C. April 2*. 188ft ISfc"--.*,  1  $25.00 UP  $27.00 "  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  9U  NELSON,  B.C. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 27,  1896.  CONTINUED FROM FIUST PAGE.  MINING  TFIANSKKKS.  KASI.O.  June 10���������  Kurc-it. Yosenul'-, Homestake, Scollisli  Chief ami Kchu���������NU-1 -lcIJunald to Robert  McDonald power of atlorncv.  Knroka and Scottish nl.i.f���������Noil McDonald  to C II Green '.Mi in! $-'l.__0  Kureka urioup��������� Hubert McDonald to C H  Green 2-1) S'.OOO.  Olauk  Hoar and    PunrNe   'fractions)���������It   A  BriKKS to John liriggs  J.i.  June 12���������  Will of T T McLeod entered for probate, pro',  perty value. San).  .1 h_ McLeod In .1 L Merce, power of attorney.  >To2"���������M U l.iilher lo A I. While,  Mayflower ami liul|ion���������AiiKimt Scholar lo  Daniel A Crawford 111 $.')  Daniel   A Crawfor    lo Agnc.t Willey, same  properly.  June 13���������  Montezuma and Mexico���������.) 1. Mcl.eod to D  W Moore i  Norman���������Culler Porter to Samuel Glasgow \  Neosha���������W \V Warner lolAiiisworthTrudliiK  Co. uiorieiiKU on all ore In mine lo secure 41(10.  Ajax-S T Walker to H It U Walby 1-lt! SJ20U.  June 15���������  ,   Sunnyside���������A A McMillicn lo James Durkc  ������7o0.  June 19���������  Partnership agreement between J IC Seate,  KminettTodd and Hand McDonald lo work all  claims owned by them for mutual benetlt.  Tiger���������John Kiudal lo John C Llnrt and John  Dolquist 1-2 $401)  NKW   DKNVKK.  May 28-  Shoshonc���������J  C Itolnndur lo 1) A Viinilorn 1.  Hortensia���������S T Walker to Sherman ���������].  Silver Hell }, Mercury J-W Lettrick toll  RteKe.  Sapphire and Gem���������M C Monaghan to John  ltyan 1-2*740. ,.,.,.      ,  Despair��������� D C Clark to II Melviiy h  A C Keddiegrants to li N White lutaiW group  1 fo: millsite  June 1���������  Luke View, Silver Tip and I'rcscotl��������� T W  Skeels to M Hyan i.  Florence���������K A Cuiimron to A Grant 1-2 .  June 2���������  Silver Hell���������J K Uo. ��������� toT Mc__i_un.  Kinpire���������J McNeil lo W Moulse J.  Kinpire���������W Momse to A Stewart 1-3 $47.50.  Itainbler 1-2, Tiger i���������P Aspinwall lo .1 11  McArthur $10,000  Uu.sia���������J B MeArtlmr to 11 Shea 1-2.  Idaho No 2-S K MiUigan to lt Shea J.  Naomaand Alligash���������J It Chase ami J Otto  to L Sweel_er Ji $11)0.  Naomaand Alligash���������1. Sweelser to J D Mc-  Arthur i8400.  Silver Hell���������T McGuigan lo J Hoberlson 3  $1,100.  Memphis���������J Stuart to J McKinnon 1-2.  VVoouuii Spoon*-M Johnson to J McKinnon J.  Tiu I'luto���������J McKinnon lo M Johnson 1-2.  JuneO���������  I-atly Margarel���������C S ltashdall to W Glynn 8.  Hadger   State���������W  P Lto-inson sells   under  Sheriff*!) wril \V h McKelvey's interest lo J it  C<>ok and A Lundberg for $150.  June 8���������  Carbonate--J **A Ryan to J Brinen 1-2.  Mahoning���������J W ltyan to J Brinen ..  Kambier and Tiger���������J 11 McArthur and It  Shea to Rambler sc Cariboo Consolidated Oold  and Silver Mining Co.. 250,000 shares.  Cariboo���������A L Dav_nport..iid 1) Wolford to R  & C C G & S M Co 3-1. *5.  Kiankfort���������G McLean to J FenningJ $20.  Wonderful group���������N K Say agreement to L  J Field S.i.500 and assessment.  Nora No 3~Nora O'Connor io K J Field 1-2  ������   Noble Five Goup���������Marv Saden to lt Sherman  agreement io deed-out if paid by July 1 kU'.ouu.  Noble Five group���������Power of Altornej from  J Seaton. ^  O  UOSSI.ANI*.  a: d    Frank  THE WEATHER.  A week of perfect summer weather.  June  21���������Mux  2'*   23��������� '.  21 ���������  25-  26-  TilKKMOMKTKK.  Min.  ....81c  ....85������  ... 81������   41 ���������   43������   51*  ��������� 72=  31������  ..80������  11������  ..79������  14������  "     '.7���������  84������  40������  These readings are taken at '.) a. in. and consequently represent thc highest and lowest  temperature during the preceding 24 hours.  The National Matte Smelter.  A practical and simple method of matLing  sulphide ores, such ns nickel, copper, gold aid  ���������iiiver ores. In localities where lead ores and  fuels are scarce and almost' unattainable, our  pyritic, water jacketed Mullu Smelter has  been recognized with highly satisfactory results, nnd has been thoroughly tested on various pyriiic, sulphide and arsenide ores, in en-  pnciiy of 2 to 80 tons per day. Il is the most  prueticiil, cheapest mid simple-t method of  gold and silver ore matting and coii-ciiiraling  that is known to-day.  It requires no extraordinary skill, no lead  ores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any  kind for the smelter after it is started. The  sulphur in the ore is its natural fuel only, and  its cost has no comparison with any other process of uoncentratinir.  We are prepared to furnish any size or rapacity plant complete to substantial mining  people, set it up and furnish our men to run il.  for them on easy payments. Prices and specifications furnislud wilb references and testimonials on application.  National Ore & Reduction Co.  5727 Cli-It-iiliiim Ave., ST. LOUIS, Mo.  Manufacturers of Furnaces for  Nickel, Copper, '.old, Silver and Lead Ores-  3S������J  A 6 per cent Permanent Investment  The Equitable Savings Loan and Building  AssoeUtion of Toronto are selling shares of  tlieir new issue of permanent stock at SltK)  each. Participates in full earnings of the  Association from which they are paying one-  half yearly dividends at rate of 0 per cent per  annum. Balance of earnings payable as a  bonus at the end of each 5 years.  For particulars of Security, etc., Apply to  W. J. G. DICKSON,  303 Agent.  NOTICE.  A SITTING of the County Court ot J.oote  nny will he hidden at. Nelson on Tuesday,  tho llth day of July, 1800 and ul Wossi.axi. on  Monday, tli-_0tli day of July, 1800.  T. II. GIFFIN.  Registrar of thu Court  Nelson, li. C, June 8th, 18!W. 382  Notice of Application Tor Liquor License.  RESKRVK���������KOOTKNAY AND .  TR1CTS.  DIS-  "VTOTICE is hereby given that all Crown  J3. lands not covered bj-existing reservations  situated within the following described block  are reserved in pursuance of the provisions of  the "Columbia and Western Railway Subsidy    Act, 1896," provided that all agricultural lands  HEREBY   give  notice   that  tIiirl v  davs I included therein which appertain   to Sections  iftur date I intend to apply to the Stipend- I **��������� f* " a,l(1 ** <>** >���������>������. si" railway shall be open tor  iury Magistrate for a Licen-e to sell Spiritous I si*lc .������,r Pre-empiion under the Land Act, as   jo I'l-eek. provided by section eleven (11) ot the said Sub-  I  I'".  Liquor  it Mineral City, Cariboo Creel'  HUGH MADDEN.  22nd June. 1896. .Wi  B   C. IRON WORKS COMPANY, LD.  Mr. James Findlay having severed his connection with the B.C. Iron Works Co.. Ld., of  Vancouver B. C. has no longer any authority  to actus theiragent.  J. K.W. MACFARLANK,  Manager.  Vancouver, May 22nd. ISO.. 307  t'l'ltTI-'ICATE OK IHI-KOIKMICM'S.  June 6���������  Annie    Fraction���������M   Salmon  Kdwards to II E Cover, sJltOOO.  Typhoon���������P J Hickey   to Thos Kitchen 6-0.  Typhoon���������P Rickey to H Stevenson 1-12 3800.  Como���������Thos Hoskins to J KeiUly.  .  Black Horse���������O Bordau to F Watson and w  J Hams,  Minnie No 5, Nora and Blac ��������� Prince No 2���������  U C Pollock to J Henderson J in each #50.  June 8���������     o  Norway���������J Hiller to F Hagen.  Morning Glory-J Olsen lo J Price ,\.  -   Mary C  Lee���������W  T  Lee to \V Muljonald 1-2  S25  Blue Bird No 4���������C F Caldwell to H W Lane  ma *VK)  Gol''   Dollar���������T C Collins to J F Ritchie and  A B McKenzie 5 24.  Elvira B.  Haltie V,  i and Amy Eliza s���������t  Lunge and  R 11 Swain lo M A Wright and 11  Weeks.  J une 9���������  " Rapids and Oold Bug No 3-Q O'Sullivan and  1' Shea to M Sullivan.  Eldorado���������J V Cole to R II Pope J $100,  Nngget���������D Morton to J H Peet J S300.  Triumph and "Victory���������I Lewis to U Jcldncss  Cos'-r d'Alene���������J D Sear.** to \V M N'.wton J  S150  Cumberland���������R B Sproule to D S Fothering-  ham. trustee. ,     .  Ontario���������A Nelson to D   S Fotneringham,  trustee.  June 10���������  Nypano���������E E Bush to J McNeill.  Iron Dike and Granite No 2���������C C Woodhousc  _Jr. toS Norman 85,000.  "Napoleon" Fit.stubbs,*"all,���������Johii~Keno!and  ��������� Mountain Monarch  1-2 -P AV McLean to C W  Weeks,  Iron Quecn-G Hicken to W A Ritchie ������100.  Minnie  No 5���������J   Henderson to Fleming Robinson $300. ;  Chiiiiiplain���������O Dufl'y lo Issue Smith $50. -  Glad.*tonc  No 1���������N  B Bergstrom and J  II  Bergh to It Jones $250.  Grand Prize���������L VV Mullliollaiid, J A Bigelow  and J llerron to Chas Liflchild.  June 11��������� "        .  ' -   Hard Bargain���������A R McPhee to L Henderson  $.'.0.  Celtic   Queen���������Q    O'Sullivan.  D Clark,    P  O'Connell and C P Kobbins to J F Ilerrick $5.  Marie Tenderfoot and Old Crunk��������� W U Siv-  jer to J C Slid 1-2 in each $5U0.  Commander��������� \V    J   Harris. - D   O'Neill,   VV  Lynch and 1) McFadden to Commander Mining  &-Suielling Co..  Sooner���������I Johnstone to J Clark ������1,500.  Mabu1 and Maggie���������B McConkey to V Lange  1-2.  Belieview���������J II Bowes to fi Mclntyre 1-10.  C P R���������Chris Johii������o:i to V Carr 1-2  Falls���������P Inbody ioC Waterhou.se. H L Bar-  bee and A Nelson 1-2  Southern Cross, Black Canon, Alfe and Hay-  Held���������It Strathern to T Sniiil,*  Southern Cross T Smirl to [. I) Wolford 7-32.  Wolverine No 2 and. Iron Hill���������T Smirl and  L D Wolford to Alox Rog.-rs 8-1B.  Amazon���������R Strathern lo VV Smirl.  ���������   Southern Cross���������A Rogers lo T Smirl 5-lli.  Mascot���������Chas Dundee lo R li Pope i 8115.000.  Mascot Fraction���������Chas Dundee to R II Pope.  Mascot-J H Bowes to R II Pope ' $4,000.  ������Kast Le Roi���������T B Hunt to F VV Hunt 1-2..  Sam  Hayes���������T P O'Farrellto V VV limit 1-2  82,50.  Sam Hay.- 5-32.  Peak J, Little Ida 1-F.W  Shaw.to F Hunt.  Lily May���������Newlin Hoover to F Watson and  VV Harris .1-2 83.000.  Aaron's Star���������T C  Wells to N Pearson and  ������������������ "VV Gibson 811  Eldorado-F X Gauthier to E Noel 1-2.  .   Hloomer���������T Blakncy to S L Williams V-  Southern  Belle and Snowshoe���������E S Topping  to VV, E Blackmer % in each 83,000.  Southern'Belle and Snowshoe���������VV E Blackmer to R 11 Pope and J I* Graves ������ 8100. .  T R M and S P���������S S Bailey to R H Pope and  J P Graves 8100.  Snowshoe ������nd Southern Belle���������S S Bailey to  It II Pope and J P Graves _) in each $100.  June 15���������  Eldorado���������F X Gautoier to J Cole 1-4 $2,000,  Eldorado���������W Austin lo .1 Cole i $1,000*  Eldorado���������J Cole to R 11 Pope i $100.  Eldorado���������E Noel to R H Pope 1-2.  Peak, Little Ida and East Le Roi���������M E Ra:n-  melmeyir to A.i McMillan sll.OOii.  June 17���������  Iron Horse���������S St Onge and A Cubnno to J  Parrel $21,000.  Hidden Treasure No 1���������F VV is-iengcr to C  C 'rl*"on J.  Mountain Chief���������J McNeely et al to .J  Dickson 5 0.  Midnight���������G II Green to h M Kinnear  Moriarty and L II Williams SWJii.  June 18���������  Rialto-D Roop, to .' VV Kimbill and  Davenport i. to each.  Gem and Tiger���������J A Adams to II C VV alters k  51,000. ,. ,. ...   .  Walter���������A M  Syinons to Acme Gold Mining  Minnie No 4-C VV Shiarling to VV* Fiske i.  Fandaugo-J l.uko. t������ .1 VV Miller i  Michigan���������Thos Black to J A Ferguson, j M  Jiicker. C McLean and j A McKay 1-5 io each.  RUECAU, TEXAS, CLIFTON AND NEW  DENVER MINERAL CLAIMS.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of  West Koori nay Distkict. VViiekb Located���������On the North Si.oi'E or Caki'en-  ter Creek, ahoi;t one and a iiai.k mii.es*  Northeast krom the Town ok Sandon.  J'AKE  NOTICE that  A. S. Farwell, act ing  ' as agent for John M. Harris, No, 50017,  Fred. T. Kelly, No. 5418<i, George C. Wharton.  No. (iSJii!) and Samuel M. Wharton, No. 05300.  free miners, intends sixty days from the date  hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certilicate of improvements, for lhe purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance <>f s ich certiticate --improvements.  Dated this :50th day of April, 18!Hi.  (343-2-5-0) A. S. FARWELL.  Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  'TAKE NOTICE that T. J. Lcndrum. as  I agent for Richard Ash worth, has ii,..m1 the  necessary papers and made' nppliuiii ion for a  Crown Grant in favor.of the mineral claim  "Old Timer,"situated in the Ainsworth Mining:  Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if any, must, tile lheir  objections with me within 00 days firm tin-  date of llie lirst publication of this notice in the  British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTt.'BBS.  Government At;.;iil.  Dated Nelson, B. C, April 28, 18915.'.    (339.2.5.(i)  N. & F. S  RAILWAY CO,  SHAREHOLDERS MEETING.  Notice is hereby given that thc annual meeting of thc shareholders of the Nelson & Fort,  Sheppard Railway Compaiy will be held at  thc head ollice or thc company in the town of  Nelson, in the Province of British Columbia at  the hour of tive o'clock p.m. of Wednesday the  8th day of July, lSllJ. for the purpose of electing  Directors for said company, und for iho transaction of such other business as may be brought  before such shareholders moeling.  370   ' AUSTIN CORBIN,  Dated this 20 day of May. 1800. Secrctm-y  sidy Act,   viz  Commencing at a point on the International  Boundary situated sixteen (101 miles east of the  south-east corner of Block 12 of the Nelson and  Fort Sheppard land grant, being also the southeast corner of(Township eight a (8ai, Kootenay  Dis'riel; thence due west along the International Boundary for a distance of one hundred  and twenty-four (121) miles to a point- about 15  miles west of Similkameen River; thence due  north tifty-six miles (50); thence due east one  hundred and twenty-four miles (124) to a point  about 10 miles east of the south end of Slocan  Lake; thence due south to the point of commencement.  GEO. B, MARTIN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  ��������� Victoria, B. C 5th June, 189C.       (378)  Attorney-General'- Office,  ������ June 10th,  NOTICE.  Disputed Lands in Railway Belt.  1890  Kootenny District.  Lot 6, Group L. Townsite of Farwell���������Original grantee, Arthur Stanhope Farwell.  Lot, 7, Gr.mp I.���������Original grantee, Gustavus  Blin Wright:  Yale District (Kamloops Division).  Lot 513, Group 1.���������Original grantee, George  Bohun Martin.;  ���������,Lo-:??''.��������� rSroul* L���������Original grantee, Gustavus  Blin Wright.  Lot 407. Group I.���������Original'grantee, Gustavus  Blin XV right. - . -  Lot 520, Group I.���������Original grantees, James  Mcintosh, William Bell Wilson,  Lot 152. Group!.���������Original grantee, George'  Byrnes.  Lot 525. Group I.���������Original grantee, Charles  Edward Perry.  Lot 528. Group I.���������Original grantee, AVilliain  Arthur Bcddoe,  Lot IM, Group I.���������Original grantees, Simon  John 'I'unstall, James Iv. Callbreath.  Arrangements having been made between  ihe i-eij ective Governments of the Dominion of  Canada and the Province of British Columbia  whereby owners of lands in above-named districts deriving their titles through original  grantees from the Provincial Government may  obtain confirmatory grants of said lands from  the Dominion Government, notice is hereby  given tha*, all persons owning lands as aforesaid are requested to forward their applications for such grants forthwith to thc undersigned, togather with their title deeds or  authenticatcn copies thereof, in order that the  same may be examined, and releases and surrenders prepared for execution.  ARTHUR G. SMITH,  ffli) Deputy Attorney-General.  MAJESTIC   STEEL  RANGES,  For Domestic and Hotel Purposes.  MAJESTIC.  Coiplitt.  Hoi >:l si/������  IIAVK TWO,  TIIKKKOK  unit ovkxs.  ST.:.i*H T.tttlt.S  IIIIKCOAI.  liT.lOII.__lt  KIWIII'X  ir.KYSII.S.  McLENMN, McFEELY & CO.. LTD  WHOLESALE   HARDWARE AND IRON.ANDI STEEL, 135  122 COEDOVA 8TEB3BT, -V_A.*IsrCOrr-V"E3'T=l,   _3j  C.  DUDLEY D.  LANCASTER.  J. M. CAMPION,  Secretary-Treasurer.  Telephone 310."  '  J. E. VV. MACFARLANE, Manager.  Telephone  449,  B. C. IRON WORKS COMPANY,  soli: maxiifa-TiitKUs or thu  Kendall Band Mill,  B. C. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hauling Machines,  Marion Steam Shovels,  Improved Winding Hoist,.  Kiver and Harbor Dredges,  King Ditching  Machine, .,  Wrecking Machines,  Ballast Unloading, Etc.  AI'I.V'!'' F.*;t  Keeve'i* Wood Split Pulleys.  Cable Address:   "Cove"  N.   B.  BUCKLER  a  4'F>M_lt..l_    FOI'MU.KS,     .'X<'l\  KKKS, 'ICOII.FIt   MAK-.KS,  "       and ManufacUireis ot  Jl i   ������1 J*.* 1 !���������   < 1   n .UlllM 1 ������.  v Mill  n 1   Mniii <   \Y(ik  E-Tccinlly.  AIX WOIIK 4'li.lK-XTFFIt-  JKoep in Stock a Full Supply of 'Kn  Kiiifcrs'iiiul Mill Supplies, i-iping  and  Killings,   Brass Goods,  Steam Kittii.gs, Lie.  J-Min m ��������� Uv 1 oi)( is 111.1l  on application.  (1 guic.  Mail  Outers    Receive  Attention.  Pi onipt  T-'l-'|>luiiie :il������i.    l'.O. Ilniwer TM  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND   WESTMINSTER AVENUE.  "^-__^_._ISrCOTT"V_E]_R, __B. o.  All Agreements are taken subject to thc approval of the Gompauy at Vancouver, aud are contingent upon strikes, accidents  aud otlier delays unavoidable, or beyond our control. (326)  SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN  THE SHORTEST  TRANSCONTINENTAL     ROUTE.  ���������I. I* I he Most .Modern In F<|iil|>iii_-iil.  It lithe Heaviest Railed Line.  II has a It-H-k-ltiillusI lt<>tHll---<l.  II Crosses Wo Sand l������css<*rls.  II Is llie Only Unc Kiiimliig l.iiMirliius  I'liib itoom Cars.  It Is Xolcd Tor Mm; t'oiirlesy ol' 11* Fiuployes.  It Is the Only Line Serving Meals on Hull In Carle   Plan.  THROUGH    THE  GRANDEST # SCENERY  IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours duiiug Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth iu  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  For'maps, tickets and complete information  call on or address Agents, Iv. Jfc S. Ry., V. & K.  S. Nav. Co., X. _: F. S. lly., or  Cl'. IHIOX, General Ak'-iiI.  S|Mikiine, VViisIi.  r. I. WHIT.NI'V, ������. P. A T. A.,  [3511 ���������**��������������� l'������"l> Minn.  Money to Loan  Birbeck Investment,  .   Security & Savings Co.  Arthur R. Sherwood,  AGENT,  ass Nelson. B. C.  Spokane  FaISs &  Northern R'y.  Nelson &  Fort  Kaslo   & Slocan   Railway  TIME CARD NO. I.  Sheppard R'y.  All Rail to^DOtane, Wash.  ONLY ROUTE TO TRAIL CREEK AND  Mineral District of the Colville Reservation  Nelson, Kaslo, Koolenay Luke _ Slocan Points.  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  aud Nelson-  Leave 8.40 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.00 p.m.  "    7.00 a.m. SPOKANE   "    6.15 pm  Passengers for Trr.il Creek mines con  n<*<jtnt Northport with Stage aud Steamer  Daily:  Close connections at Nelson witb  Steamers for Kaslo and all Kootenay  Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle Kiver aud Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus with Stage  Daily.  S. S. Alberta  Going Wkst. Daily  Leave 9.00 a. m.   Kaslo  ��������� "     ������.:��������������� a. in.   riouih Fork  !).:<-ii. in.    Sproule's  "     9.51 a. in.   Whitewater  10.0.1 a. hi.   Rear Lake  10.18 a.m.   AlcUuijnin  ;'    10.-0 a. m.   Railey's  10.39a. m.   Junction  Arc.   10.50 ii, in.   Sandon  Subject to chango without notice.  For   rates  and   information   ppplj   at tli  Company's otlices. *'  KOBT. IRVING, It  w  BKYAX  (2011   TiufllcainnuKor. *-_perintend'cnt.  Going East.  Arrive.'3.50 p.m.  ' 3.15 p.ll).-  2.15 p.m.  2.00 p.m  l.JSp.m.  " . l.:������ p.m.  "    '1.21p.m.  1.12 p.m.  1.00 p.m  Leave  COLUMBIA &  KOOTENAY  STEAM    NAV.  CO.  (LIMITED  TIME CARD No.  10  In     I drrl   June Kill. I.fifi.  Kt't'ELSTOliK   1(4111 Tt'-SUiniur '*_\akuKp*  Loaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Kobson and  Trail Jlondays, Wednesday, and Fridays at  "p.m.  Leaves Trail   for  Holison,   Nakusp,   Arrowhead   and   -anudian   l'acilic Kail way points  ('-list   and west)   Tuesdays,   Thursdays    and  baturdays ill 4.30 n.in.  Connection is niade at' ltobson with C. & K  Ity. for Nelson ami Kootenay Lake points.  XnitTIII-OKT-TIC.ill.   KOIITK  Slemiirr "Lyllon."  ^ Leaves Trail for Northport Daily except  Sundays at S a. in., returning to Tiail same  evciiina.  Connects at Nortliport  for Spokane.  with S. F. & N. Ity  LKAVIO KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Uuy and  Nelson daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 a. in.  LKAVK NKLSON  for  Pilot  l-iy' Ainsworth  and   Kaslo  dailv   (Sundays  excepted)   al  :!.:*() p.m.  Close connection is thus mado between Lake  points and all outgoing and incomiutc trains of  the C. 1". It. at Nelson.  The sleamer is newly equipped in every par  ticular, is lit throughout by electricity, and  contains bathroom and all modern conveniences  for llie comfort of passengers.  The above schedule is in effect 1st ot April.  18'Ki subject, lo change.   -  JAS. WAUGH GKO. F. HAYWARD  Purser.3J Master  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  i  __A._Sr_D   SOO   PACIFIC    ROUTE.  SliortBst anfl QtticKest-Ront64o  .VI'lM'.VK.tsM' M������HiTK.-"Slr K������liim������c."  Kaslo  Daily except Sun  Daily   except Sun  Leaves Nelson  for  days at 4:15 p.m.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson  days nt 5:30 a.m.  Saturday, June 20th and every 'Ji.il Saturday  lollowintc Steamer leaves Kaslo at lOp. m., for  bonners Furry; KeturniiiB leaves bonner's  h erry feu nduy at noon.  The right is reserved to change this sclicdulo  at any lime without notice.  For tickets, ra.,es,  ollice, Nelson.  etc., apply lit Company's  ALLAN,  Secretary.  J. W.  TUG UP,  .Manager  I)  A  G  .M  Lu :  BUCKLER & LANCASTER  Buy and Sell on Commission  MINES AND STOCKS IN TRAIL ORKEK,  ���������-- BOUNDARY CREEK and SLOCAN CAMPS  and all Legitimate Properties Elsewhere.  Pacific Coast ana Eastern Points.  St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal,  St. Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. New York.  BATES TI3I3B LOWEST.  Greatest Variety of Rentes Jail and Steamers.  Leaves "Nolson Mondays, Wedn. .days nnd Fridays al. 10.00 o'clock, making  close connections with Traii-continentul ti-iiins at .Kevelstoke.  Extra trains will leave Nelsou Monilnys,-Wednesdnys nnd Fridays at 17 o'clock.  Passengers foe points north will leave at" 17 o'clock aud for points south nt  10 o'clock. ,  J.HAMILTON, H. K MACDONELL, GEO. McL. BROWN,  Atrent. Nelson,        Trnv. Friit. and 1'aiss, Airl.. Nnl?on.      Dist. Pai*B. Ai>t;.Vancnnviir  MORTHERN  IN     PACIFIC R. R,  R  U  N  S  Pullman -  Sleeping Cars,  Elegant  Dining Cars.  Totirist  Columbia and Western Railway Co.  ������    Time Table In Effect June 2nd.  Train  No.  2  L.EAVES.  Time,"  Rossland  it  Trail  7   A. M.  3 I- ������������������-:  5 v- M-  8 A. M.  Arrives.  Trail  Rossland  Time.  7 AS a.m  4 V. M.  5:45 P.M.  9 A. M.  " WKITK TO IS. ~i  HKitKK-s ti:i.-:<;kai'iih: ���������Ii-iii:kJ  kwoms .toi-:t(i* iiini: iti.wcK,  (.12)    -      - ��������� =  "VT-jflv.S'H:-  EDWARD APPLEWHAITE & CO,  S. K  corner Uaker and Jo.epliine streets.  . NELSON". B.- C.   .  REAL ESTATE,  FINANCIAL AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  ! Loans negotiated on Nelson propirty.   Collections made.   Convej-ancing Kocumcnt-i drawn up  Town Lots Lands and Mining Claims Handled on Commission,  1  All trains run Daily, on Pacific Standard time.  CONNECTIONS: Columbia and Kootenay Steam Nav.  Co.'s Boats* Spokane Falls and Northern Eailway via  Nortliport, Canadian Pacific Railway via Revelstoke*  Sleeping Cars.  /ST. paiii;  _HI.\.>K.il>OtlH  nilLIITII   -  KAKt'O  TO  ('UAM>   FOKK1  '  t;UOOK-T������.\  WIKNII'Mi  _  IlKLKXA nuil  ^ IIIITTK  THROUGH   TICKET&  -TO-  -IIIC!A4'<������  W.iSIII5i������TO_������  l*IIIL.ll������Kll-|IIA                      st.  XKW YORK                              '^S!  ItOSTOW nlifl all                          '.  Points Ens*,  "���������Vest mifl Smith.  370  M. R. SMITH % CO.  Biscuit Mamifactnrers.  VICTORIA      ��������� -���������       B.C. (2I2)  For information, time cards, maps and tickets  call on or write  F. D.  GIBBS,  General Agent, Spokaue, Wah  or  A. D. CHARLTON  Asst. Cent. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon  ORES  WANTED.  Silver,  Lead,  Copper,  "Write for Price*.   Give assays, etc.  State Ore Sampling Co.r  DENVER, COLO.,

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