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Array r-Hfc--  MBM>_BwtfiSa6_Bi  *V. ;���������*"'  !,  i  f  I  THE MINES IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONG THE .RICHEST IN  " AMERICA-     -."    .  .������-,  ���������THL ORES ARE "EttGH-QfiADE  N.  V.   ?OLD, SILVER, COPPER ..*.���������  *"..     ���������-'". "AND LEAD.    -' "*. ."* ;  -        **���������-.*���������   .  :_���������." 'Yft'-f-''t  I ���������  i *  >*���������'  Whole NuMBEk 3,1.9'.'-  Ndson, British,, Columbia, Saturday, October 3;','1896.  -j**-.  Price Five Cents- *  ������,.  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NEW YORK.  Sept.-   25        20  Sit,VEn..65i}....658.-.l  (Bar)  LkaD... .200... .2(50..  Oct.-    2   05_...  .205.  ,  PRODUCE OF THE-MINES.  BETtlBNS FOK !������...' UP TO DATE  '.* -fc.  OBE TBEATED IN KOOTENAY.  /  **���������  i  y  F  I  ;.*  Al Nelson'   At Pilot Uiiy   At Trail*..-: ��������� ���������'.   OBE EXPORTED.  From Slocan via Kaslo   Slocan via Nakusp   Ainsworth ...-������������������'��������� ���������   Trail Creek ((told ore)    Tons '���������������������������������������������* 75'"08  *In addition 505 tons of imported ore have  been treated at Trail.       . "  .21,504  M'J,1].-,  . H.loll    56,077i  * 7,013  5.7133 ,  .    58!.  ft,3_5 20.030'-  PRODUCE OF SHELTERS.  Nelson (Hall Minos) Matte. .*.'. r.  Pilot Bay, silver lead bullion   Trail Smelter Matte    v ��������� ���������,  TOSS  ...177!)'  ...10124  ...2'>78J  ' 4870  ORE SHIPMENTS.   - ���������'��������� .  Return** Since 'Uifct Week.    ,  VIA NORTUPOBT.  Josie to Tacoma ������������������-.���������     132i  VIA   NAKUSI*.  Slocan Star to Omaha     80  Idaho to Omaha     =u  VIA  KASLO.  Slocan Star to Pueblo ***��������� ���������  Kuth to Everett''������������������'������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������* ���������' ,   Washington to Evc-ott   Wonderful to Pueblo ,. ���������  Surpriso to Everett   Black Fox   to Everett   Last Chance to Pueblo   the members- of the telegraphers  union were ordered to quit'work* on  Sunday at midnight, but that only [a  few menhadgone out. General Superintendent Whylehas issued,.an .ex-,  planatory circular, which reads:  "Winnipeg, Sept. 28.���������See that all  concerned, outsiders as well as employes, understand that the sole and only  reason for the strike of operators, if  one be called, is that the management  at Montreal declined to deal with any  grievances until they had been taken  up by the divisional officers and they  had failed to adjust them. So fat-  as '.'"'know no grievances have been  represented to any officer .".of this division. No employe has made application'for leave of absence or transportation for" the purpose of attending a  meeting in Montreal, nor. is any.employe representing the western division.   (Sjgned)   "Wm. White"."-  Word "Cbhies from Toronto.:* that  though the railway authorities" insist  that they can fill all "vacant, positions  v������"ith little trouble, it is known-that  'the object in saying this is to discourage the strikers, since the late arrival  of trains is ample evidence that the  company~is working under big disadvantages. There is much speculation  as to whether the operators of the  Grand Trunk .will assist in the struggle  of the Canadian .Pacific. It is- stated  on reliable authority that the Grand  Trunk operators'and'switchmen are  only waiting a favorable.moment to  join the men.on/ strike and force the  companies to comply,with their terms.  NEWS FROM THE CAMPS.  BRIEF-PARAGRAPHS* RELATING TO  .    PROSPECTS AND MINES.  Whut lit Being Done or About lo Ko Done  In anil -Around the Treanorc Vault*   -  of the Rich Kootenny.  Xelxon.  CO  ir,  321  30  15  .   30  18  "Es"  MATTE 'AND BULLION.  (Shipped.)         i  Trail Smelter [Matte],...".    78  SMELTER  RETURNS.  B. C. SMELTING- & REFINING CO., [Trail]  For week ending 20 Sept; 1215 tons of ore were  smelted, producing 253 tons ot Matte.  CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS.  Returns for September, 1896.  BRANDON AND SLOCAN CITY. -  There were 150 locations entered at the.  Recorder's office daring the week.  An order" for'50,000 feet of one inch  wire rope has .been placed by the Hall  Mines with;the Dominion*' Wire Rope  Company. .   - .  I. C. Collins and his Nelson partners  yesterday disposed of a two-thirds interest'in tbe-Ottawa, a claim adjoining the  St. Mary's in Rossland district. The  price was ,$2,000.  The Smelter will resume operations  in a'few days. ���������- The-crucibles- in' the  furnace have been������bveihauled, and as  soon as ore comes down from the mines  the srnelter will be ready" to"blow -in.  D. W. McVicar, manager of the;  Nelson Hydraulic Mining Company,'  operating on Forty-Nine Mile creek,  ia in the city. The.work of the" company has been very satisfactory .for  the season. Although just commencing operations the company secured  sufficient returns to pay all expenses  thus far and the outlook for next year  is very gratifying.  IMPORTS.  Dutiable   Free..'   Total Imports'  .$ 75,569 00  .. 21,502 00  KKVEXUK.  Duty Collected   Other Revenue....  ' Total Revenue.  $ 97,071 00  321,356 1G  ���������   11 60  $21,372 76  EXPORTS.  The Mine, Ore 20G4 tons.. % 130,564 00  '" Copper Matte ��������� -    133,751 00  ."   Total Mine ~     "~i-������1.315 00  The Forest ..' /...��������� ;������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������       "88-00  Animals and their Produce        - Oj 00  Manufactures...... ,      10o7 00  Total Exports..  :.- "... $266,925 00  GEO. JOHNSTONE,  -Collector of Cubtoms.  LONDON MINING CAPITALIST.  It  V  I  He l'Mta NelMB on. a Tour of the Koot������  enay Country.  The Kootenay country is being visited  by a gentleman" whose "travels through  -^this-.-region__are, likely to redound to its  advancement.  .The. gentleman is Alex  ~" McLean, of the fiim of McLean & Co., 138  Leadenhall street, London, -E. 0., who  who arrived in Nelson last week. The  fact that the reports ot the riches of  British Columbia have attracted the  attention of this firm ia a matter of congratulation to" the district. The house  of McLean & Co., dealers in' mines and  ' mining properties^ is one of the oldest in  the metropolis. They have offices aud  deal in mines in Australia, New Zealand,  Africa, "Montana and the "Brazils and  arc known as one of the most prominent  and successful firms in the business.  When the Mineb asked Mr. McLean for  ��������� his opinion aa to the prospects of the  Kootenay.country, he replied that it was  rather early for him to vouchsafe nn  opinion. , The district is very young nud  requires n great deal of development aud  large expenditure ot money on this work.  "It all depends on the opening up," said  he. "If the opening up is good it will  make a reputation for the camp. The  fact that a man bores a hole to locate a  tunnel or   shaft  is  no   indication tbat  * there is ore there in paying quantities.  Unquestionably you have plenty of mineral here, but mining is as yet only in its  ' infancy jn the'district. Your prospectors  have not done "enough; tbey are too  poor. But capital will come this way as  the country and its resources become  better known."  ��������� Mr. McLean left for the Slocan country  on the Kokanee yesterday, accompanied  by W. J. Skyner of this city. The latter  gentleman has received the appointment  of agent for McLean & Co., in British  Columbia, and he is to be congratulated  upon securing such a desirable connection.  STRIKE-ON THECP-R.  Situated at the foot of the Slocan lake  these'rival towns "are progressing rapidly. On Sunday last at- Slocan City  the new' Presbyterian, Church was  opened. Rev. Mr'.-.Be'at'y, not .A.... M.  Beatty of Vancouver faine, looks after  the flock here and has a hard proposition to \york. '.'-,'"  Brandon has a public'school under  the guidance of Miss Rath. It ,is attended by about^20 children, only "one  at present coming frond.Slocan City.  The hotels at Brandon are a credit  to any new town. Slocan City-has  also one or two good hotels.   ' .V,  These towns have a very good future  before - them," as when the railway  'from Slocan - lake to the -Kootenay  river is completed, which will doubt-  less'be next year, there will be considerable .traffic between the mines  tributary to these points and the smelters at Nelsonand Trail.     A  There are. quite" a-number of prospects on Springer Creek and Ten Mile  Creek. being developed, and" -which  will in all probability ship considerable  ore during the winter.' The Enterprise;  oh Ten. Mile.,creek, is undoubtedly a  mine,.and sofar'Avork- done on other  properties has shown good results.  The Old Glory, worked by a Seattle  Company, is taking out ore and will  ship in two weeks. The Batchelbr has  been bonded by Mr. D. Breinrier, and  he is working three men "on it. -The  Two Friends and Arlington are"* doing  well. . '������.   -    ���������  -.   /"'   "  The Topaz and.Trenton claims- have  been bonded to Mr.- Hugh Sutherland.  The Little Giant, is bonded to Mr.  Plunkett.- for -Vaucouver parties.  Messrs, "A. McDonald, Drewery and  Riley, members of, the*, Winnipeg  board of trade, bought lots in Sloran  City'and were well pleased with the  healthy look of the townsite.  "Under Mr. Campbell-Johnston's able  management much work is being doue  on the Bondholder 'group,' this is a stock  company owned principally in Vancon-  .ver.__.Tne^group_con'sist8joJ_foiii_clainis.v_  Work, was commenced on August 20tlf  and twenty two men have been at work  continuously since and as soon as the  ground "will allow more .will be put on.  Surface', crosscuts- show- up the  vein the full length ot the claims, 600 0  feet, and assays on the surface were as  high as 316 oz silver. The ore is a dry  ore carrying a small -per centage ot lead,  zinc and copper; Oh the Pine Log claim  a crosscut tunnel has been run 40 feet  cutting the vein, 'a drift run 30 teet on  the vein.-in shipping _ore, from 6 to 15  inches wide, iiud-a. shart is down 15 teet  also showing ore. -Near the junction of  the Pine Log and Bondholder a tunnel  has been, run 50 toot along a 8pur of  tho main vein, to tap the main vein which  shows up 100 feet higher on the bluff. A  crossoot tuunel is also started 125 feet  lower down the hill which is expected to  cut the vein, in 83 feet. There are two  parallel veinB showing above themaiu  lead which carry' nrgentite and sulphides  of silver. Bunk and cook houses to  accommodate 40 men, and manager's  cabin are erected', and a contract let for  making a Wail to.vjoiu the main trail up  Ten Mile. This is a very good showing  for five weeks' work, and the company are  to be congratulated on securing such au  energetic manager. '- >  Waterloo,  - ;The Home-Payne company has made  a", cash offer ot 350,000 for a claim'just  located by John" Empey at Waterloo  camp about half a mile couth of the  Aaron Star mineral claim.. The width of  tlie vein, is said*-to be fifty feet. It beam  free golcl and very high assays have been  got from it.        "    - '    -  -  Waterloo camp springs a sensation on  the public this week. - A number.- of  samples of free arilliug _ gold quartz  brought over from the Maud S., a claim  situated not far from" the Apache and  about a mile south of the Aaron's ' Isle,  were assayed by Richard Marsh and went  as follows; No. 1��������� $14.40; No. 2, $&60;  No. 3,"$38.80; No.".., $96.80"; No. 5,'$103.-  20; No. 6, $13.60; No. 7, $47.60. The ore  from which these assays were obtained  was taken from various places for a' distance of 300 feet along a ledge sixty feet  wide.'-' The samples ,were,made np by C.  B. Etneir, one of the owners of the Maud  S.- There are three claims",, injthe group,  the Maud .S., Silver"Thread, and Snow  Drift. The ledge runs through all three  claims, but it was not found to be as  rich anywhere as on the Mand S.. Some  of the quartz was thickly studded with  gold, but the samples' for assay .showed  no gold that "could be seen without a  glass.    '    _.   " Slocan.."  There are over 300 men working round  Slocan Lake. .  ' Dr. Rankin Dawson, who is in the  Slocan, is expected to complete a bond  on the Alpine Group for $60,000.  The ore houses at the Reco and at  the Noble Five* were both burned down  last week. ' ,.  The Thompson Group on Four Mile  Creek was bonded last week- by Dr. Bell-  Irving for $40,000 paying 5 per cent cash.  .- The original pick with.which the first  discovery of ore'in the Slocan was 'made  by Eli Carpenter is  on  view   at  New  Denver.      . *."���������"- .    . .  dicate represented by ,Capt. O'Too.e fov  ���������10,COO on a "six months' bond. Tha.  group consists of four claims, the Little"  "Giant, Tillie H., Copper King nnd Little  Vitte. -    . *  -;A'new shaft' wa������r recently started ou  the Phoenix, abont 220 feet west ot the  old one. It is now down.about 20 feel  and shows considerable pyrrhotite.* As  the ore in the old shaft was always white  iron, it is hoped by the management thai  the change in character may prove to be  indicative of better values. '  " Saturday week, the Colombia & Western railway hauled more ore to the  smelter at Trail thau has been done in  any one day since, it-.began opeiating.  The day's work consisted of four trains,  amounting to twenty-seven cars, of about  twelve tous each. The ore was principally from" the Le Roi and War Eagle  mines. - "*     '    -e-  Mugwump tuunel No. ;1, which was  started in broken vein matter, ou Thursday evening broke into" solid g'ronud.  Both walls were well defined, but only  four inches apart,- the vein being _4iUed  with decomposed matter. This morniug  the walla were eighteen inches apart and  widening. The vein is entirely filled  with ore six to teu inches of which, next  to the hanging .wall, is arsenical iron.  The Mugwump people are jubilant.  ��������� .For some time past Lookout, mountaiu  has been regarded as "one of the most  promising sections ofthe mineral belt  around Rossland. - This has been chiefly  owing to the marvelous . development - of  "the G. R. Sovereign! -' Enough work has  been doue on this claim to demonstrate  that it contains two strong veins of good  grade ore. One of these veins, the smaller, and most northerly, passes through  the Imperial aud Boice claims, which belong to the Imperial Gold Mining "Company. The other vein, on whioh the  Sovereign people are doing most .of their  work at present, passes into tbe ��������� Emma  R. and E*-. V. Debs. These two claims,  with the Prince of Wales, constitute the  group which-W. H- Taylor & Co. have  sold to B. F. Shanbut, of London England. Mr. Shaubut purchased them for  some friends in the old country, and the  consideration is uudeistood to be between  $40:O0O and $50,000. -*..    '   _  ONE   MILLION . DOLLARS.  ESTIMATES;,,PROVIDE  OVER THIS  AMOUNT~F0_i THE MILITIA.  UrUlxb Columbia  l<  liiteroiteil - IHrrclIy  anil lutllrcctly In ������hl*t Lint or  Api>.������_.rlail������nit.      -,  SHOT  IN THE  SHOUCDER  A  Itliditlght   ������olib������r Makes a Ita.Urdly  .Attempt lo Kill an Old Nelsou  Citizen last Night.  r -  In  . The Telegrapher-) Ordered Ont By Their  Officers at Montreal.  The news of a strike of the telegraph  operators on the C.P.R. has caused  considerable speculation-in Nelson as  to its cause and probable duration. A  great many people who wished to go  over the'road were uncertain as-to  whether or not the trains were running. It was reported yesterday that  traffic along the line had been fully  resumed, but this statement was again  denied by some who said that the  trains were running very irregularly,  The situation,lso far as we have been .  able to learn, is very uncertain. A! Anatolia. The  . desgatch  from Montreal states that been burnt  "WILL PAY'$18,00.,000.  or  Koth.eliildti  About to Secure Italaiicc  ' Anaconda Company.  The New York-Evening .World says;  Private cable "dispatches say that Hamilton Smith, agent of the exploration company of London, which has within 18  months paid 816,500,000 for 500,000 shares  of the Anaconda Copper. Mining Company, whose properties aro in Montana,  is on his way to this country again.  Smith's mission is said to be to close * a  deal whereby the exploration company  (really the Rothschilds) is to acquire the  remaining stock of 500,000 shares ia the  Anaconda company, upon which there  was given an option for the sum of $18,-  000,000. .Marcus Daly, the managing  director of the Anaconda company, is  expected to reach New York tomorrow.  J. H. Kibben, one of the largest holders  of stock, is also expected here soon from  Hot Springs. The English capitalists  whom Smith represents are said to hold  an option upon the Homestake mines  and properties in the Black Hills.  The* Charleston, a claim near the  Whitewater, bonded some time "ago to  J. E. Mitchell of Winnipeg, is showing  upwiell.'*' * -    ,  The Mountain Chief will start shipping  ore next month. .There is at present  about 300 tons of ore_ion the dump, most  of which will find its' way to the smelter.  Work is being 'pushed on rapidly in  the Reed and Tenderfoot." Mr. Raiferty  manager 'of the property was in Sandon  recently and says .that a shipment of ore  will be made": shortly. - About 10 or 15  tons of ore are now on the dump.  L, A. Thurston was injured by an explosion ot dynamite at the Reed and  Tenderfoot. Thurston waa removing the  tamping from a * missed' shot, when it  exploded, blowing fragments ot rock  into his eyes.  The owners ot the Reco claim to  have a million dollars worth of ore  blocked out and another million worth  in sight. *" From the Small lead on lhe  claim 9125,000 worth of ore bas been  shipped that went from 211 to 730 ounces  to the ton. A 850,000 concentrator and  tramway has been ordered from E. P.  Ellis & Co., of Milwaukee.  Mr. E. H. Tomlinson is organizing the  Last Chance .Mining company iu Spokane. The capital will be ������500,000 in  one dollar shares. By a consolidation of  interests with Dr. Hendryx, the owner of  the. Galena and Silver Chord, the new  compauy will be in possession of a large  extent ot ground extending westwards  from the Noble Five to the R. E. Lee and  northward to the Northern Belle and  Antonie. The 'Last Chance has been  among tbe shipping mines for some years  and a large quantity of ^development  work has been done. .,A lower tunnel is  now being driven which will cut the lead  at a depth of about 600 feet. It is said  that no stock will be offered to tbe  public.  ' The cry of murder is"*one almost foreign to Nelson, but lastjnight (Friday)  it rang out with startling distinctness on  the midnight air.* , '"' _;./ . .-  Help! Help! Murder-r-r I Somebody  come here quick!. Paddy Wjooda is shot.!'.'  ;*This fearful ~cry -and frantic appeal  aroused the city, and -soon everybody  who was astir at that hour hastened in  the direction ot S. M. Woods' blacksmith  shop on Josephine Street, between Baker  and Vernon. - Here the first arrivals  found the door of the shop ajar, the  electric light turned on and Woods lying  on his back" with a bullet wound in the  right shoulder. Hasty inqniries|led to the  statement by Woods that while sleeping  up stairs he heard someone prowling  about among his tools and hurrying  down" he found a man just about to leave  the shop. The man had turned. off rthe  light when he heard the stirring above,  and when Woods met him he grabbed  him by the shoulder and pulled him back  into the shop, meanwhile inquiring as to  his business there. Pulling his man  back to the light Woods turned it 6*"1,  but ho sooner bad,lie" done-so than the  villain whipped out a revolver and level"  _edit to Woods', face and fired. The latter  ��������� '"According 'to the Dominion estimates  over a million dollars go to the inilitia-fo'i'  new arms and equipment. Permaueut  quarters are to bo erected at Bisley for  the Cauadian team. - -   ' .  The following* British Colnmbia items  appear on the list:t *'  I  Columbia river, protection' of the bank  at Revelstoke, the government of British  Columbia contributing' a like amount,  ���������810,-00.. .:     "**   *  ", Columbia river, removal of rocks above  Revelstoke, .82,000.'-.'���������  .Columbia river,increased facilities for  navigation purposes at the foot* of,Knot  eaay rapids, $1,000."- "��������� '   ���������  ; Duncan river, improvements $3,000.  Okanagan .river improvement $500. ,  William Head quarantine,, repairs to  wharf and improvement to the watei  service, $2,000.    -"-_       ���������-"..'.  - Improvements   to'   Nanaimo harbor,  south channel, $10,000.     .--*'-  - New Westmiuster drill hall, installation of electric light, $600.       "    .  William" Head quarantine station, fire  protection fittings and paintiDg, $1,500.  Salary of .county court judge, Kootenay  district, $2,400.'_.     . ..;.  -. Circuit allowances, additional,' $8,000.  Alternate line connecting Cape Baale  and Caimanah with Victoria by extend *  ing the French creek, Alberni line, southwardly to 'the , southwest coast of  Vancouver Island, $5,000.. ".-  Cost of hauling the steamer.Quadra off  Fulford reef and towiug her into Victoria  harbor, as" agreed upon between' the  agent of the department and the captain  of thetug boat. $4,000.  * Expenses -of tbe British commission  appointed 'under the Behriug sea claims'  convention, and the remiv'eration ami  expenses" of counsel and witnesses aud  other expenses therewith, $50,003.   .  For expert investigation into seal life  in connection .with the award regulations  for Behring seo, $3,500. . -'_-.,  .- For the legal expenses of the case of  the steamer Coquitlam before the United  States Supreme Court, $2,500.    .  Expenses.of delimitating the .bonndai-y  between -Cauada .a'hd:Sthe'Dnited''Str!te<i  along the frontier of British Columbia,  $75,000. ,      ,  Expense of exploring, surveying, etc ,  the countiy lying bat ween the Stickeen  river and the sources, of the Yukon,  $6,000.      ^.  Y - NEWS OF THE PROVINCE.  CITY -NEWS IN- BRIEF.  of Ainsworth is inl be ������������������  Holland.  The slaughter of Armenians still continues at Kaiseria, and at Ghemerk in j  town   of Kharput has i  (Miner)  The ore in the new shaft of the Great  Western continues to show improvement  in values and also in appearance.  Mitchell Bros., "who have a contract  with, the Trail smelter to haul coke and  supplies from ������ Say ward to Trail, and  matte in Tetnrn, have now nine teams  engaged and are hauling a car a day each  way.  Charles Bates and partners have sold  the Littlo Giant group to a Seattle syn-  had just time enough to strike the~weapon7  so.that he received the contents of.oue  chamber in the fleshy part of * his  shoulder. <- '  Theu the would-be thief made his escape and Woods'friend, who also sleeps  up stairs and was startled from his slumbers by tbe report of the gun, threw up  the window and yelled for help.  Strong and willing bauds lifted Woods  from the floor and conveyed him as  gently ae possible to hisjbed above.  Meanwhile Dr. La Bau was notified and  aa speedily ns possible the sufferer was in  the hands of the physician.'  Woods describes his assailant as a  young, well dressed man of light complexion, and wearing a light suit. As fust  as his legs could carry him he ran in tlie  direction ot the water front, - and his  fleeting form was soon enveloped in thc  darkness of the night.  Two or three parties went to the jail  and roused Constable John Miles from  hia slumbers in order to have him preveut  if possible the escape of the culprit. Tho  other, constable, O'Loan, could not bo  found anywhere and did not put in an  appearance on the scene during thc time  the Mineb man was abroad.  The supposition is that the would-be  murderer was a house breaker, and was  looking for some suitable tools in tho  blacksmith shop with which to ply his  trade. Certain it is that a man who  would attempt to commit murder under  the circumstances and with the slight  and natural provocation which'Woods  gave is capable ot any.desperate deed,  and is ,a*"very dangerous character to be  at large.  Prompt and effectual steps should be  afonce taken for his immediate apprehension, and it is -hoped the proper officials  will do all in. their power tc bring the  desperado to speedy justice. Not ouly  did he murderously assault one. of the  most widely known and popular of  our citizens, but the fair name of Nelson  as a peace-lovfbg and law-abiding town  is at stake.  This morning it is learned that Dr. La  Ban's diagnosis of Woods' wound reveals  the fact that the. bullet struck the shoulder bune and then deflected,'entering the  right lung, where it now lodges nndj  from whence it 'is almost impossible to  extract it. This makes the  more serious than it was at first) supposed to be,* but no immediately fatal re-  salts are anticipated. It is supposed  that the bullet- is of small caliber. At  the time of writing Mr. Woods is resting  The Vancouver City Council has granted a music ball license.  The Vancouver Victoria & Eastern  Railway bill before the Dominion Parliament has been withdrawn.  Clams nre being canned a1*. Alert Bay  as an experiment. ~ Clam chowder is a  favorite dish on the coast.    -   x  Several Eastern oysters planted in  Pacific waters have been tested aud  seemed to be-thriving".  " A. Chisholm, of Cuisholm & Wamsloy,  hotelkeeper*s,_Sandon,__b'as_sold_ont.nis_  interest in the business to Hugh McGee.  Information has been received at Vancouver that the British India Steam  Navigation cuiupuuy of London will  establish a liue between New Zealand  and Vancouver.  The salmon smoking industry on Bear  river, Vancouver Island, is a success and  large* quantities "of the cared salmon are  being placed on the market. " -  An agreement has at last been reached  between the City of Victoria and the  Dominion'Government respecting a new  bridge at Point Ellice. The work of  construction will be commeuced at once.  A difficulty has arisen over the establishment of a smelter at Vancouver. It  is said that the fumes* would be a nuisance if the plant was erected within tbe  city limits, and the municipality oanuot  subsidise anything without the city.  The last stone of the new parliament  buildings at Victoria has been laid by  Mr. Turner, the premier. The edifice  will be completely finished in about six  months and will cost over a million  dollars. <*  There is no' doubt whatever that the  promoters ot the Vancouver, Victoria.*  Eastern Railroad & Navigation Co.. will  be successful in building a railway direct  from Vancouver to Rossland and Trail  across Hope mountains through Penticton  and accoss Kettle river. Engineers are  now surveying the route and as soon as  the charter is received, bonds will be  floated.      l   They. Want Hie Subsidy.  Tbe British Coluubir. Southern, Railway company has given notice through  the Canada Gazette that application will  be made at the next session of Parliament to have their line declared us one  for the benefit of Canada, and for the  privilege ot extending the line from  Crow's Nest Pass to Lethbridge. This  line has now a charter to build from the  coast to Crow's Nest Pass, aud has been  made a land grant ��������� by the Provincial  Government. The company evidently intends to build should this act pass, which  entitles the road to participate in the  case much general Dominion subsidy of S.,200 per  mile.���������Rosslander.  Leander.- Shaw  city.       " '.  E. R. Atherton, postmister of Sandou,  arrived in Nelson yesterday.  W.' Pellew-Haiv.y.'"of Vancouver is -'  here for a few dajs.  A new -sidewalk is being laid on tlie  west._ side of Josephine street ~ above  Victoria.   "  .Charles St. Bnite, late of The Mineb, '  talks of going into the commission busi- v  uess. *   : _���������_<-'.  '���������Tlie Ladieo' Hospital "Aid will .meet.  on Monday, Oct. 5th, at 3 p. in. in' the"."  Church of England. . -,  It is rumored that Donongh Bros, will  build a large* sknliug aud curling rink   '.  opposite the Tremont house. ���������_  ���������H  A..Barton, who-wns deputy Attbr^ "  ney Geheml of British Columbia.about  four, years ngo,_is in town.' * - - "-'_���������''  Ed. Jacobs, .who' was. at one time '  pitclier, for the Nelson baseball team, i- ;  reported to have gone" insane and to bo' .*  confined at Medical Lake, Wash. '. ..     , .  Tlio"* case  of, W., A.  Jowett. against:"  Clive Phillips-Wolley  for   assault - had "  a hearing before Captain Fitzstubbs to*"  day.-' The c.iae was dismissed -   .-'.  Frank Darling, the electrician, wiil go', *  east ina fewdays.. The Vancouver office'"  will look after the Kootenay business of, -  the Canadian General' Electric company.  G. O. Buchanan, the   pfomin.nt  mill  man of Kaslo, is in town en route to the. *  fruit fair at Spokane. He will be aocom- ,  panied by.Mre. Buchanan aud her sister -,  Miss Nelson. _  -Sir. William C. Van Home, president  ot the C.P.R-. leaves Montreal this week * -  with an official party on big annual tour  of .inspection. -He,is expected to reach  Kootenay about the middle of tbe month.   '  .-* The Victoria Ho'. <-l has but one prop,  rietor 'now, -the   firm of*Goodwin. &  McCormma.h  having, dissolved pai t- -  nership.   Mr. Goodwin continues the  business.   Mr. McCormmach wilt re-  ''  main in the town for a time at least."  .Thetunuel ou the Argo.'n claim "situated" a few feet above'the K; & S.'in Sandon; is in about 200 feet. - This proposi-   ���������  tion rivals the* Monitor near Three Forks .  both for the richness of its product and *.-  tor the facility .with "which the ore mined .  can be handled.-���������Ledge,  D. R. Young of tLis city is arranging  toput.iu a uewspaper at Slocau City.  The.new.publiction will be known as the-  Slocan City News and Mr. Young will be  its manager.   He has had considerable  experience in tiie work in Montana, and   <  will nq doubt achieve success iu this new .'  field..'    .       ;"-... _.;*      - ;.-.,---  .' The adjourned government "auction"'*  sale of Nelson town*lots^is advertised  for to-day.   The bills were gotten out  Wednesday    evening.     Just ' whose'  fault it is that only three days' notice*  should be given of such an important  sale it is hard to say,  but  it  looks as  though some one was to blame.   The  commences  at 2 "o'clock at the sale  Court House.  George H. "Hamm.-an old Winnipeg  newspaper man who is engaged in writing  up the country through which the Canadian Pacific railway passes, wes in tlie  city yesterday. He is making a trip-  through the Kootenays in order to obtain  information as to tbe mineral and other  resources of the districts. ,. From here *"  Mr. Hamm goes to the Slocan country  and then tn the coast.  The Rabbit Paw, a fractional claim  adjoiuing the Slocau Star on tbe west  hns been pui chased by M. L. Grimmett,  R.-T. Reilly, oi_"vV_innipeg,_and pther____k___  company with a million dollars capital  with headquarters. at Sandon will be  formed under the name of the .Star  Miniug & Milling Co. The lead on the  Slocan Star has been found within 150  feet of the Rabbit Paw. line, and it looks  as though it runs through the' Rabbit  Paw. Three men are at work now run-  iog 200 feet of a tunnel to catch the lead  at a certain deptlj.���������Ledge.  Wm "Walker, the colored man who _.  was sentenced to jail for four itionts  for larceny, took French leave of his  temporary quarters Wednesday evening via the walls of the stockade, and  his whereabouts atthe present time is  a matter of conjecture. Constahle  Miles went to Robson Thursday to locate the levant er ifpossiblei but could  obtain no news of his man. Walker  is a'dcsperatft character, well known  to the police, and notwithstanding  that the.officer? are making an apparent effort to catch him, most, of ..our  citizens are of the opinion that Nelsou  is well rid of this unsavory ' 'coon."  Buildiug operations continue lively in  the city. Tho."1 Clement block has now  got fairly under way ond will go forward  with expedition. Mr. Scroggs is building a two story lodging heuse, 38x20 feet  iu the rear of the Bon Ton restaurant  Lang nnd Cooksou have the contract'and -  are pushing it to completion. On Vic-.  toria street, back of the fireball; Messrs.  John Weiss, and James Birchall are  building a handsome residence, "Mr. .  Weiss is the architect, and the building  will sood be ready for occupancy. "* lhe  interior is to be fitted np 'with metal  furniture,* which Mr. Weiss claims ia  much superior to wood. .  o  Alderman George E. Phillips, sheriff of  the county of London, brotherfn-Iaw of    _o ^  Sir Edward Lawson, the principal pro-  easv, andhisi'manv friends siucerely trusl prietor of the Daily Telegraph, has been  he will safely pull"through the depbrable elected lord mayor of London, to succeed  attempt to take his life. ' Sir WTalter Wilkins.  ���������������������������__. "-SI  ,*."'i  There is a proposition ou foot to send  500 Armenian refugees, who are now at  Marseilles, to the United Slates.  Telegrams from Mnzatlao, -Mexico,  stnte that the town ot Altata has completely disappeared as a result of the  recent hurricane. Every Louie wag  destroyed, burying the inhabitants ia  the ruins, and the only thing left stand- *'  ing is a portion of tbe ''custom house.  The town of Elota was wiped ont^of  existence, only one house remaining.'  Nineteen persona were drowned there.  Other towns destroyed are Tecuma,  Escalares, Pilado and Ce.rotas. The  iii habitants of all these towns who escaped death are without food, shelter and  clothing, and the authorities have takeu  immediate measures for th.'.r relief. THE MINER, NELSON, B: C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .3, 1896:  '. %\xz Joiner.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed t any address in Canada or  the Uni'ed States 'oroneyear on receipt of  ���������two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  C0NTRAC7 ADVERTISEMENTS in-  scrtedatthe rate op'S3per column inch,per  month. 0 -  . TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate op is cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and 10 cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Advertisements  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  *LL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor  ' must be accompanied by the name and address  of the writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in fin, rate style at  .   the shortest notice  ADDn-SS  Chi Minir Printing ������ hi; bushing Co*  nelson. b.c.  WAKING ZIP.  AMES HOLDEN CO.  Make First Class  Boots      ���������**.'  and  '������������������.'     Shoes  For .liners & Prospectors  "  '  (418)  King, Kaslo, Kootenay, Kootenaian.  How can you,' pray, fail to view with  dismay this appalling array of the capital K.    . Li. Hung Chang is home again. It  is devoutly hoped that a large number  of his countrymen will follow his  illustrious example and go hence.'  Sandon has a newspaper. It was  "established there this week by  old Mr. Lowery who runs the New  Denver Ledge.    '   ,  Rossland .has  only  fifteen  saloons  and the sentiment of the inhabitants  ** is divided between the * proposition to  build a church or another saloon.  The Victoria Colonist would have its  readers believe that it doesn't think  much.ofrMr. Bostock, but its ideas in  this respect are* somewhat offset by  the fact that Mr.. Bostock thinks still  less of the Colonist.  It is" respectfully suggested to the  powers that be at Victoria that in the  appointment of auctioneers for the  sale of Government lands, there are  several Canadians competent to perform the work and cheerfully  willing'  to do so.  > _________,  Some prominent Boston women have,  signed a protest. against the docking  of horses' tails.   That is to say they  -are once more in advance concerning  matters  that are  behind.    In other  ' words.tbey come to the front with a  greivance in the rear. Woman, lovely  woman, is an indispensable anomaly,  but we opine she will offer no objection  to the docking of this tale.     *  "'"" MrrCbarles'-StrBarberwho-for two1  years has served the Miner faithfully  and well as.its editor, has retired from  that position to engage in other, and  more .congenial pursuits. . Mr. St.  Barbe is a newspaper man of experience and ability, and readers of this  : paper will learn of his retirement with  regret. We are glad to know.that  Mr. St. Barbe will continue to make  his home in this metropolis of the  Kootenays.  Our contemporary, the Ledge, prints  a red hot revolutionary article from  an unknown correspondent. This in  itself is a little unusual." The main  drift of the article in question is in-  digation at being draw n into the defensive and offensive policy of Great  Britain, by mean's of Imperial Federation. In face of the thousands of loyal  Canadians who are willing to volunteer  their services to the Mother Country  when there is any chance of a row,  this pigmy squeal from a traitor goes  for little. .= He, doubtless, would very  much rather belong to some nation, if  he could find one, where there was no  chance of any. fighting to be done at  all. He can go; we have no need for  _. cowards undei the old flag.  We made some remarks in our issue  of the 12th, anent the Big, Tree Gold  Mining Company. They were quoted  from the columns of the Engineering  and Mining Journal of New York. The  name of the company should have  been the   Big   Three.   Since   then   a  ''good deal has been said about thi?  company which was capitalized at  $3,500,000. We have received from a  firm of brokers in Rossland a prospectus of this company in which the  El Dorado is said to consist of about  40 acres.- Our contemporary, the Rnss-  lander, says that it is so small as to be  - scarcely worth mentioning, and that  instead of three claims the company  only owns two, unless the proprietors  choose to throw in another claim they  own called tlie Mascot. This seems to  be rather a promiscuous way of promoting a company.  According to the London Mining  World Euglish people are only awaking to the fact that this "colony," as  we are patronizingly styled, is a good  place for investment. The Mining  World says:  "Everybody is now fully convinced  that British Columbia is a marvellously  rich gold field, and that it will not pay  longer to neglect- it. Investors and  speculators have been a long time  awakening to this fact, but now it has  taken serious hold of them, and their  belief, by this gradual enlightenment,  bas become, perhaps, all the stronger.  The present belief in the colony is in  strong contrast with the ignorance and  apathy of the past. Less than five  years .ago it was difficult to persuade  any one to look at anything connected  with British Columbia. Now all are  eager���������and'" will presently . be more  eager���������to hear all they can about the  colony's progress and achievements."  CANADA FOR CANADIANS. ���������  Considerable comment is occasioned  by. the rumored appointment of Dr.  Bowes, an American citizen, as health  officer, at Rossland at a salary of $125  a month. There are competent Canadian physicians in Rossland and elsewhere who would. be glad of the  appointment, and, just why our government should go out of its way to  appoint a foreigner is rather puzzling.  We do not w,ish to say anything  against the doctor because he is an  American, .but we have plenty of  elegibSe and loyal subjects of the Queen  to look after' .before we can afford.to  be generous to our amiable cousins  across the border. A Canadian would  never receive such an appointment in  the domain's of your Uncle Sam unless  he had taken out his papers of citizenship." If Dr. Bowes chooses to-take  the oath of allegiance to the British  Crown in order -to obtain the rights  and privileges that we Canadians  enjoy, well and good; we will in that  rase withdraw any objection' to his  election to any office he is worthy to  enjoy. - But in the meantime let us  keep Canada for the Canadians.  Every day, some of the brightest of  our young men are going across' the  border to make homes and reputations  for ' themselves, because their opportunities for advancement are curtailed  by reason of their enjoying no honor  in their own country, so to* speak.  Their abilities are not recognized, their  hopes are not appreciated, and their  aspirations are frowned u >on bv their  own people and ' those who should  encourage them. The government is  in a sense the parent of the people and  itis to the government that the people  look for encouragementin the development of everything that will tend to  promote the welfare and progress "of  the country. Surely then it is nothing  but right that the government should  use every possible endeavor'to keep  the bone and sinew, the .brawn and  brain, represented by young Canada,  within our own borders; ahd where  desirable appointments, or other'  means of recognition, or encouragement to men of ability, are to be made  let Canadians be selected. They have  a right to expect this, and it is both  humiliating and discouraging to a  loyal Canadian to have to remind our  government of this fact.  ���������The-Seattle-E.-I. -is -another-news-  paper that is publishing long "articles  about "Canada's great hope" of being  permitted to be annexed to the Uuited  States. This is fool talk. There is no  annexation movement in Canada, but  we'll tell the P.-I. that if our mines  continue to make such good showings,  we will before long have the whole of  Seattle and all its spare, capital annexed. That's where the only annexation movement is visible just now.  Matters at Leadville appear to be as  serious as at any time- during the  strike. The trouble began on June 20,'  whe_ the men in two or three ofthe  leading mines walked out. The union  scale of wages in Leadville was $3 a  day for everybody; but in 1893, when  the price of silver dropped below 60  cents an ounce, an agreement was  made t hat $2.50 should be accepted for  some classes of work until silver should  return to 83 cents. This agreement,  the miners afterward declared, was  unfair as many of the mines paid large  dividends. It was to enforce tbe original scale of $3 that the men struck.  About 3000 men are involved. Within the last two weeks several mines  have resumed work and last* week the  output was 1200 tons daily, against  20rXJ tons before the strike.  Our list of new incorporations, taken  fi om last weeks Gazette, is a remarkable one. It contains the * announcement of the Olive company with a  capital of twenty millions, which has  been formed to buy what is little more  than a prospect. The London Hill  Company is also announced. This is a  company to take over the well known  property 'on the north side of Bear  Lake belonging to Mr. T. J. Pioctor  and Major Moerkerke. The ore is dry  and of a high grade. A great deal of  development work has been done and  if the ledge is cut in the lower tunnel,  as they expect it will be, in another  forty feet, the property will be exceedingly valuable. All sensible men are  glad ' to see the straightforward  method  adopted by this company of  boldly offering their shares at par.  The Reco is also consolidated. This  has for some time been known' as one  of the richest claims in the, Slocan.  The old original spelling" of the .name,  Rucceau, is we suppose now to be forever dropped and its Americanized  version, Reco, adopted in its place.  We understand these shares are also  offered at par. The. Athabasca Company is formed to take over Messrs.  Neelands claims on Morning Mountaiu  just above the town, which was recently bonded by Mr. C. D. Rand.  Oh, Eliza!  * *���������  The United States is a great country,  but there are others.-The Kootenaian;  Scarcely.  The Leadville strikers are not prospect ing for any more cold lead.���������Anaconda Standard.  The Sultan hns forbidden the circulation in Turkey of any paper containing  the celebrated speech which Mr. Glad-  tone made at Liverpool.  At a meeting held in Manchester, under the presidency of the' bishop of that  city, eight thousand persons attended to  protest against the.-Turkish treatment of  Armenians.  The French admiralty are making inquiries as *to how soon three*ironclads  could be fitted out for service in Turkish  waters. '  The Daily News annonnces that Nubar  Pasha, the well known Egptian statesman, formerly president of the Egyptian  council of ministers, has donated ������400 to  the Armenian relief fund.  Captain Lang and three seaman of-H.  M.S. Narcissus were drowned by the capsizing of a boat at Fish River, Japan.    r  1  A severe gale swept the coasts of Great  Britain on Saturday last, doing an  immense amout of damage. Many vessels  were lost. ' * ."  KOOTENAY   LAKE  -     SAW MILL  Nelson   Office  aiid   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Builder,   are invited to inspect my  stock of Rough  and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles,  Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings     ' .:- -  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY  FILLED.  G. O. ptichaijai)  413  PROFESSIONAL  ���������AKD  GEO. A. B.  HALL,   PHYSICIAN  AND  Surgeon,   Office C. & K. Building, up  stairs. -      [3o0]'  AWHEALLER,    BARRISTER    AND  ���������   Solicitor, Kaslo, B. C. 344..  ML. GRIMMETT, LL. B., BARRISTER,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc., Sandon  B. C.   . ������������������     (434)  ASSAYING.     ROBBINS& LANG.    AS-  eayers to  War Eagle  and  Associated  Companies, Rossland    -  ' (354)  NORMAN & NORMAN,  MINING "AND  Stock Brokers,--Hotel Spokane.   Spokane,  Wash-   Telephone 627.. -v* [405]  AHON, McFARLAND & MAHON, LTD.,  Mining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  B. C.   Members Stock KxchaiiRe. 330  CJIBBALD AND *_>EASE, GENERAL  O Commission and Fowarding- Agents,  Wholesale Jobbers in Groceries and Provisions  Revelstoke Station. (302)  LIONEL C. BARFF, Mining Broker of tho  Victoria Stock Exchange of British Columbia. Ld. Lbty.' Office, 32 Langley strcot,  Victoria, B. C. 374-  /���������"I EO. SHEDDEN. STOCK AND SHARE  VX Broker, Victoria,- B. C. (Member of thc  B. C. Slock Exchange of Victoria.) Clients  interests carefully guarded and'-settlements  promptly made. Shares at latest quotations.  '      '        355  Do You Want To Borrow.  It is as easy to pay off a Loan on our plan as  it-is to pay rent.. A {500 loan costs $7.50 per  month and pays off principal and interest in  8 years, other suni6 in proportion, time of pay  ment limited, to 8 years. First mortgage  improved property only.' Ask tor prospectus.  W, J. G DICKSON,   .  Agent Equitable Savings & Building Association,   . . 364     '  Sm^ountaiu^Pen  Aluminum Case  FOR RED or- BUCK INK.  Ton can rule with that PEN.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. LD.  NELSON, -       -       -        B. C,  -    also VANCOUVER.-       -    (362]  MINING. AGENTS.  W. J. G. DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  asTEX^so-sr, _3. p. *  [335].  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  INSURANCE and ��������� - ���������  COXm-BIOI*. AGENT.      .  VICTORIA ST..    a      NELSON. B. C.  E. A. POWYS & CO.  XTE3X.SO_ST_._3. C.  Mining Agents and Sharebrokers,  Insurance, Real Estate. Commission  -   and Mining Machinery Agents.  A Register kept with full particulars of Claims.  SALES NEGOTIATED.        _���������_.  202)  P. G. LIDNER  MINING   ENGINEER   AND   METALLURGIST.  SPECIALTY  Gold Mining & Gold Extraction.  NELSON, B. O. 396  THE BON TON  RESTAURANT.  Open    Day    and    Night.  TABLE D' HOTE..  BREAKFAST,        -      -    .-    "   7TO 11  LUNCH,- is TO a  DINNER, -      -      e TO a  BOARD FROM $6.00 UP.  miss _y_. .m_ __>T_r*F_51Tr,  riCOPRIETRim  (250).       '   '      -  FOR SALE.  BAKER ST-  Two Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  403 W. J. G. Dickson. Baker St.  ANTOINE MAURIN.  (taw! aufl Rein,  Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc*,  NEW AND SECOND HAND.    '"'  NELSON  (293)  B. C.  Money to Loan  Birbeck Investment,  .*   Security & Savings Co.  Arthur R. Sherwood,  ,        AGENT,  ,83 Nelson. B. C.  -   ������       *      f.  ^ROYAL HOTEL,  Cor. Btnnley nn<l Sttlca Streets,   .  NELSON.       ______"        '   B.'O.  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  .FURNITURE   ENTIRELY  . NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  Befit location In Town.  Beantlfal View..  Bar  now  Open  and  Stocked with  '���������'^Choice Liquors and Cigars.  -.   Unequalled in Kootenay.'*  Give usTlTtrial"and"be-Convinced".*  CHERBO & BOOTIJ  2911  Clarke Hotel,  ** ���������: "r- "-'.'"*  ' Josephine St��������� Nelson;  Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughout .with the  electric light. Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for boarders-  The Bar Ik xuppllcil with Chalcest Brand*  ar Uqaorg and Cigar*,    ���������_'  >* MRSrCURKE,  Late of Royal Hotel, Calgary  KELLY, DOUGLAS & CO.  ���������v___._srcoxjv*E3*_a, _3. o.,  WHOLESALE   GROCERS    AND. DIRECT  ,'       -   ...   -  IMPORTERS'FROM  China,; India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groceries, Cigars, Cigarettes,  Tobaccos, Etc.  Prompt Attention to All Orders.  [329]  Why Drink Your Whiskey Straight  When it is much nicer with Soda Water,  ...or any other of our drinks .       -������������������     ���������_'.-;���������' -  All our soft drinks "are- guaranteed to"-kill any microbes that  may  exist  in   the   whiskey   but  are  perfectly  harmless to human beings. - "  Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Part oi the Town;  NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY  394  Thos. Dunn ^ Cow, L'd.  DEALERS IN  MINER.'  BLACKSMITHS' AND MILL SUPPLIES,  BAB AND SHEET IKON, MIKEK.' PICKS, BAK ANI������   SHEET STEM,  MINES*.' SHOVELS, WIKK KOPKS, MANIULA KOPES,'  DYNAMITE  FUSE AND CAPS.  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE VM 11 i> \������O II   \/CD  CINNABAR MINING  CO.'S     - \{U IV_/l\OI L- V C-Tla  Write for Quotations. -. Cable Address, "Dunn."  (us) VAITCOTJVEB, IB. C:  THE MCDOWELL ATKINS WATSON CO., L'TD  ���������5-^55-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-*-**.-*--**-  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  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A COMPLETE GAZETTEER  of over 600 points in British Columbia, many of which have never before  Appeared in any .Directory or Trade Reference Book  --   with Location, Population &e~  BANKING TOWNS TELEGRAPH OFFICES  RAILWAY STATIONS EXPRESS OFFICES  POST OFFICES MONEY ORDER OFFICES  A POCKET BEEEBENOE BOOK  OF ALL THE   - ���������>  TRADES, PROFESSIONS.    INDUSTRIAL  AND  MINING  ENTERPRISES.  Over"6000 Business  and Professional Firms, Full Names of Partners, Kinds ot  - Business, Street Address in Cities.  PUBLISHED BY  THE  .-t  MEBCHANTS'  "- V  AGENCY,  VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA.  (356).  NELSONJ-OTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed W. J. G. Dickson  local agent for addition A to the town-  site of Nelson, intending jjurchasers of  lots or parties wishing information,  plans or price list of the addition will  please apply to him.  400 F. C. INNES.  JOHN  HIRSCH,  .    Provincial Laud Surveyor.  .    Ofkicb:  *K������LSON   AND   ROSSLAND,.B. C.  UO **  Just Arrived  A FULL UNE OF  Scotch, English and Canadian  UNDERWEAR  ���������* "-1 e  Better anel Cheaper than ever.  A few  bargains  jn   Ladies'  Shoes  yet  remain.  The P. 0. Store.    GILKER & WELLS.  J_T_E3XiSO_CT &c -IPIXjOT "BjL^T.      *  We are now Receiving "Weekly Shipments of .  Creamery Butter in One Pound Pats  WMcI We BeccoMMeifl to he ol .prior Quality.  Hudson's Bay Company  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  W ��������� ���������> -u������_3_Cfc^I__i _Vj". _������ii.  *������������������*-  __j_.TO_stl'_s__rtPes^y,^r,,i.rrri-i',rs'-^ ^rrciTrfS  i*'  THE���������MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY. OCTOBER .3,. 1896  -v"**' <-   7-*'<**>-*v^-,?'i -Vs  ���������   '���������"'*. -1/"'".jl"-_r-<<S  .-..    .i,::<-fi- ,-3  **"���������>'���������' w"-li"'-'''^:1'"'-'fi  '���������   -", ,- -* -' j.'nY^  their money, it will be a great s'ethaclc  to the development of mining in British Columbia, and we shall have to  suffer the consequences. - 1 hope that  the information that -can be collected  Ihrongh ^."geological 'survey will. be  brought np to jilater date than it is at  .the present time, and that, if possible,  the staff now engaged in the depart-;  ment in compiling- the statistics may  be increased, so that more reliable information may be brought forward  and placed before ������he public. T move  this motion feeling confident that some  s'eps", will be taken by the'government  to assist us in this* matter.  DOMINION  PARLIAMENT.    ���������  MB. BOSTOCK M.P. ON THE MINES  OF BJUTISH COLUMBIA.   ���������  vestment,  present a  have been  In ihe - Domiuion Parliament ou tbe  16th September, 'Mr. Bostock moved,  Th.it in the opinion of this House it will  be iathe interest of immigration a_u thc  development of the Dominion that tbe  government should collect,"through (be  department of agriculture, all th?-;in formation*'possible with respect to the mining interests of British Columbia and  * the, other provinces of the Domiuion, and  distribute-it. He gave the output of tbe  minerals and its value up to the 30th  June last for the district of AVest Kootenay, coupled with other statistics, in  oider to show tho extraordinary richness  of the ��������� mineral deposits of the province,  and emphasized (he need of takiug proper steps,to attract the attention of capitalists to the province. Proceeding he  said: Those Ggures show the amount of  business _���������.._}*��������� done in the country; and  tbe large field wnich exists there for iu-  It is only natural that al  number of companies should  floated in this country for the  purpose of interesting investors in the  " mining development that is now goirig-  on, but we find that these companies are  being put upon the market of EasterL  Canada in a very loose and unsatisfactoi y  manner. It will be a great drawback  and disadvantage- to that count ly if  some steps 'are not taken to check the  indiscriminate floating'-*������������������* such companies  in which the prospectuses issued are  most unsatisfactory and contain exceedingly misleading statements. ��������� From the  way such prospectuses are drawn up  they would appear to be drawn upsoleJy  for "the purpose .of misleading the investing public. 1 have here a prospectus  which has been published in one of tiie  papers in the East���������the prospectus of a  miue called the .Nest Egg aud Palo Alto."  In that prospectus the names of leading  men in the province of British Columbia  are printed as being cauiiected with this  mine, but after it was brought out iu  Toronto one' of the gentleman whose  nanies appeared *ou the prospectus wrote  that he had nothing to do with it. It  will be interesting to the house if I read  one or two replies given by gentlemen  " whose names are mentioned in this  . prospectus as being connected with the  mines. Mr. Turner, premier'of British  Columbia, wrote as follows: "I know  nothing about the prospectus of the'Nest  Egg^ and Palo Alto. I do not guarantee  auy statements made by George A. Case.  He .has no authority to'" act for me."'  Mr. Turner is one of the gentlemen  whose uames Appear as beiug interested  "-in the Nest Egg, and of course, being  premier of British Cohimbia, his.naiue  would. natuially tend to make in ves"  tors in the East think that the property was a good one. Mr. E. V.'  Bodwell, a leading lawyer in Victoria,  wrote: "I am not in a way responsible for the prospectus of the Palo  Alto of Nest Egg .mines. I doonot  know what statements it may contain.  I do not know Mr. Case, and he does  not represent me; .1 own some shares  in the Palo Alto, but have no interest  whatever iri the Nest Egg. No one  has any authority-to deal with tuy  name in connection with either the  Nest Egg or Palo Alto. The .name of  Lieut.-Governor Dewdney, the present  * Lieut.-Governor of British Columbia,  was also mentioned in this nrospectus.  He was in England when this prospectus was brought out, but Mrs.. Dewdney telegraphed that theLicut.-Gover-  nor was not in any  way responsible  - for the statements made in that prospectus. This is a very good specimen  of the way in which these prospectuses  are being' got up, and the use that   is  Cybeing made at the present time of the  names of leading men in the province  for the.pu.po__ of getting investors in  the East, who cannot learn a great  deal of the development of that country to put their money into these concerns. , 1 hope the government will see  their way of taking hold of this matter,  and that they will be able to introduce  some legislation that will prevent  prospectuses of this kind being placed  upon the market, ond that it will hold  those interested in getting up these  companies responsible to the public  generally for the-' truth of the statements tbat they make in these prospectuses." A leading newspaper in  Rossland,  speaking   of   these foreign  -companies,   says:��������� "Especially   some  .provision should be inserted in the act  which will prevent foreign companies  -from disposing of their holdings without consulting their shareholders, and  even in opposition to their wishes." 1  may say that the paragraph has reference more especially to oue company  that was organized'and floated under  the laws of the State of Washington,  whose directors were enabled to entirely override the wishes ot the share-  * holders, and dispose of the mine in a  way that was a great detriment to the  shareholders and a great damage to  the  camp   generally.     Now   in'  the  , Province of British Columbia we are  very anxious to see foreign capital  brought into the country, and we  recognize the undesirable character of  some of these companies that are now-  being floated on the market in thc  East. If this sort of thing is allowed  to continue,  and  the investors lose  GAZETTE.NOTICES.;.''-',  I From' thc B. C- Gazette of 21th Scpt.,*_$U6].  A delegation from Toronto is asking  for Sj?50,0il0 for the' exhibition next  yeai.  Mr. Bostock made an admirable  speech on the railway loan delimitation bill and strongly argued its passage.  Mr. Prior strongly urged the appointment of Mr. Eberts to the vacant judgeship and trusted that the government  would not -appoint' to- the position one  so utterly unworthy as Mr. Joseph Mni-  tiu, who-ie name, ho understood, had  been spoken of in connection with the  matter. -   -,.���������'���������  Hon. Mr. Laurier urged Mr. Prior not  to take stock in everything he saw in the  newspapers. In regard to Mr. Martin,'  Mr. Laurier continued, Hen, Hugh'John  Macdonald has referred to him in highly  eulogistic terms, stating' that he-- was  qualified to fill any position in the couutry. ' However, the case was much more  pressing .than he was aware of. He had  been surpiised to learn that the Vacancy  had .-existed for eight months and the  government proposed to fill the vacancy  at an 'early date. It is obvious, however,  that the late administration was to blame  Cor not making the appointment  The following is Hon. Mr. Foster's  resolution which wasvdefeated by the  government with a majority of Ufr:  "That since 1779 the Liberal party of  Canada has in the main evinced uncompromising hostility- to the principle, and practice of protection, as applied to the producing interests of  Canada; that during this period they  have, from time to time, advocated (a)  commercial union will the United"  States, (b) continental free trade, (c)  unrestricted reciprocity . with the  .United States with discriminations  against Great Britain and other countries, (d) free trade as practiced'in  Great Britain,-and (el tariff for revenue only, in" which there should be no  vestige of protection.  That the authoritative platform of  June 1898, declared that "the customs'  tariff of the dominion should not be  based, as it is now upon the protective  principle,"'which is denounced as radically unsound, and it wasresolved as  the contention pf ������the party that*any.  tariff changes based oh that principle  .must fail to afford substantial relief  from the'burdens under which the  country labors. "  That the government, through its leader, has determined not to introduce any  measure dealing with the tariff during  Llie present session.i      ,i  That the platform of the Liberal party  aud the utterances of the leader of the  party, and the principle organs and supporters have led the couutryto believe  that a radical change is imminent iu the  principle upon which the tariff is to be  based. -\  That the uncertainty and delay consequent upon these announcements will  result in great" disturbance in business,  and serious loss to the commercial and  producing interests of the country":': ���������  That this House, while.willing to allow  reasonable time to perfect "details, is of  the opinion that a declaration of the principals upon which the government proposes to base its tariff revision should be  at once made:  And-tbat no tariff will be wise, or satisfactory, which does not proceed upou the  basis of an adequate and sufficient  protection for the interests of * the  country."  ' THE WAR EAGLE BOLD:  NKW 'INCORPORATION'S.  * Atlnibasca-fThe) Gold* Mining Co...  Ld. Capital ,.1,000,000 in* $1 shares.  Head <'_ice. New Westminister. Direc-1  tors B.!W.-Shiles, James Backhaul  Kennedy and G. O. M. Dock. ill.: The  company' is formed to acquire the  Athabasca, Alberta, Algoma and Manitoba -mineral claims, on ' Morning  Mountain, Nelson.  Alf Gold Mining Co",- Ld. Capital  $1,000,000 in $1 shares. Head office',  Rossland. Directors W. G.,Elliott,  W. E. Phin, and 'Hen.v.. A. King.  Objects: to* purchase the Alf mineral  claim and general.  .  "*    _>        *** "'  English and French Gold Mining Co.  Ld.. Capital, $2,000,000 in $1 shares.,  Head office. Grand Forks. Directors,  Alexander Omen,1-W. O'Neill, Falteen  A. Proebstel, Charles Hay, Neil M;-  Callum. Objects: to acquire the Napoleon Bonaparte, Cleopatra. - Mark  Anthony,. Mayflower, Grand,. Forks  Belle, Bonanza; and Bess mineral  rlaitns in Brown's Camp on the North  Fork of the Kettle River, and general.  Fanny Bay Gold Mining Co. Ld.  Capital $600,000 in $1 shares. Head  oflice, Vancouver. Directors, John J.  Ban field, - James Statk, Francis R.  Stewart," G. F. Monckton and J. Duff  Stuirt. Objects: to acquire mining  interests on Phillipps_Arm.  Grand Prize Mining & Milling Co.  (foreign). . Capital $1,000,000 - in $1  shares.   Head office," Spokane.  Hill Top Gold Mining Co. (foreign).  Capital $1,000,000. Head office, Spokane.   '  j "* -  ' "Kootenay & Slocan Prospecting Co?  Ld. Capital $100,000. in 4000 shares of  $25 each. -Head' office", Vancouver.  Directors, C. A. Holland, John Ray-,  nor and O. P. Shrine. Objects: to take  over the business of-the Rossland Miniug Syndicate and general.  Kootenay Salmon Gold Mining Co.  Ld. .Capital, $600,000 in $1 shares.  Head office Rossland. Directors, Louis  Beaupre,^ Patrick J. Shiels, John F..  Martin, "James J. Clark and W. H.  Keary.- ' "Objects: To purchase the  United Verde, Louis B, and Copper  King claims in the Nelson district.and  general. -  London Hill Development and Mining Co. Ld. .Capital $150,000 in 600,000  shares of-25 cents each. Head office,  Kaslo. Directors, Oliver T. Stone,  Hamilton Byers, and Anson YVhealler  Objects: to acquire the London group  of mineral claims, known as the London, Third of July, Pompeii and Round  Up,-and general.  Olive Mining & Smelting Co. (for.)  Capital $20,000,000 in twenty million  shares. Head oflice, Spokane'. Objects  general mining.  Reco Mining & Milling Co. Ld, Capital $1,000,000 in $1 shares. Head office,  Sandon. Directors, J. M. Harris, Fred  T. Kelly,' Samuel M: Wharton, George  C. "Wharton, and Edwin R. Atherton.  Objects: to acquire ,the Rucceau, Texas, New Denver, Clifton and Ephraim  claims, und geneial mining.  Silver King Gold Mining Co. (foreign)  Capital, $750,000 in $1 shares. Head  office, Spokane.*  RAND & WAIABRID8E  MINING BROKERS  SANDON,      -   "'k: c:  lii_ Trail creek (Sold Nine It Now Owned  by Londoner*.  The sale of ,the War Eagle and Iron  Mask to London parties was,' after many  delays, finally consummated in Spokane  on Friday last,"when tbe papers making  the transfer were signed. The sale is not  altogether _. on the terms of D. C. Corbin,  bond, though Mr. Corbin is interested iu  the sale, says tbe Ros slander.  The sum paid, or the terms of the sale,  are not yet made public, nor is anything  said of the plan likely to be adopted in  the working of these properties, but it is  intimated that it will be on a much larger  scale than heretofore, and that probably  smelting and refining works -will be  established on or near the site, to render  unnecessary the heavy charges for hauling the ore. The investment ofso much  British capital at one deal in Trail creek  district means that more will follow, and  that British Columbia mines may be said  to be almost sure to occupy the attention  of London men of means, as South Africa  and Western Australia have in "times  past.' The important thiug ia that only  good mines be placed on the market.  ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.  Some Very Apt Kcitlles by.llie New Deu*  ver Ledge Mau.  What is the slowest thing on earth?  The Kootenay mail service.  Who was president of the United States  in 1897? -  Billy Bryan.  What is the meaning ot 16 to 1?  An Irishman fighting Chinamen.  Who discovered Rossland?  A man from Bruce.  ���������   How   long  is   the  wagon   road from  Three Forks to New Denver?  About ten years.  When   is  the   close  season for claim  jumpers?  There is none. ;  Why   are the Slocan mines like the  editorial colums of your "paper?  Because they are leaded.  Did   the  B. C. government come  to  Ameiica in the ark ���������with Noah?  No. It was here before his time,  Who invented sleep?  A man from Nelson.  Where are cyclones born?  Principally in Kaslo.  What is the most thrilling experience  known?  Fighting our bull pnp before he has  bad breakfast  When will the next Christmas he here?  On the 25th of December, if Captain  Fitzstubbs does not veto it  We* have Tmuch pleasure in  announcing that we have,.open-  edan office'in Sandon, li. ,C,  and are prepared to handle  any, legitimate mining properties that may. be brought., to  our attention.        *"���������--  422  EST'    ORES/..,  cSpkr,   WANTED.  "Write for Prices.   Give assays, etc.  State Ore Sampling Co.,  DENVER, COLO.,  KOOTENAY   LAKE ���������? GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY. .  All ��������� persons contributing $i.oo  per month or $10.60 per year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits of-the Hospital; in addition the  $io*eo subscribers will secure the  privilege of. voting at the annual  election of directois.  A. H.,CLEMENTS, Treasurer  j., BLANEY, Collector-  Nelson, B. C, August 14th,  1896.  isTEBZEf-SO-tsT  -  " "*��������� ���������"������������������V ������  '.'"���������* -&&J -v  DOORS, SASHES and TUHNED WORK,  BRACKETS andi OFFICE F-WISGS,;  SATISFACTION   GtfARAlVTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.  ��������� -. -<*.���������.  K  Piaijo Lessors  Given by , an experienced lady teacher. Apply  at Thomson Stationery  Oo's Store, Nelson.        427  Another Preml.liiK.Canip.  Beighly and Frisky are down again  from the Jordan, where they -were the  first to discover mineral, They are now  down thirty feet on the Wild Goose and  are also in ten feet on an open cut on the  Columbia. - They have discovered the  presence of another large lead .'with an  iron capp'ing. twelve 'feet wide running  parallel to the first one, and which can  be traced four miles. They are confident  that Jordan Pass will be inside of ten  years one of' the greatest' camps in the  country, as not only is. the mineral there,  in plenty and improving.with depth, bnt  it is in an easy country, distant only- a  half day's'journey from the railway.���������  Revelstoke Mail. ,  ('ILKEK * WEILS, Sole Agent* for Nelson.     .        _   ������BEEN BROS., AgeaU at Kafilo.  HVKTEK KKOS.. KKNUUICK and ������������������.," Agent*) at Rowland.  IIILMKU, McKL.V_VO\ di CO,, Agent* at Three Fork*. .  THUS. WILSON', Agent, at Trail.  .   ���������*-    * -       372  DUDLEY D. LANCASTER.  N. B. BUCKLER  BUCKLER & LANCASTER  Will Buy and Sell on Commission  MINES AND STOCKS IN TRAIL CREEK,  BOUNDARY CREEK and SLOCAN 0AMPS  and all Legitimate Properties Elsewhere.  WHITE TO. IS. .  LIF.IEEIt'S  TELEGKAPHIC CIPHER  J  ROOMS 30I-3M HYDE BLOCK,L  SFOKANE. W__U3:___.  342  M. R. SMITH $ CO.  Biscuit Manufacturers.   .    .  ."WHITE    _FOJR   PBIOE   JLIST.  VIOTORIA        -        B.C. i> 1������)  THE MINER " "���������"���������  Is the Best Advertising Medium in West Kootenay.  All * Kinds * of * Fine * Job * Printing  For Mining Information and News of the Camps, Take  THE MINER  NELSON; B.C:  E; S. TOPPING  TRAIL, B. Cf  Has lor sale lots in Trail and Deer Park.   Also  Mines in all parts of the Kootenay Gold Belt  -* - - ���������** . - r ���������  Can furnish stock in legitimate: propositions.  Po i)ot Monkey With Wi.(i Cats.  Will be pleased to  answer - any business  enquiries.  -*<*- '    ,',?'  ��������� :, ___~j-���������i   ,  Y'i -*.\ ?-:  r *  ^r-lSf  :?>&.  * &--?,"/���������:,. ��������� .  ��������� "���������' .-^f'Y^X ��������� -.  -; ;*'**'"'iV*?*'"-' "V-l  r -   *'.J ^   -^ '" L  ��������� *.--'   - i\  ait    -*&- '.'1. -  - ���������   V -  LAWRENCE,���������HARDWARE.QO.; *  ,1  Our stock is now very complete in  0 Hardware ������������aiifl *��������� Mil ������SnMi6s  j,     of almost every description.  We are'here to do business.  - If we have,not what you'want'  Fwe will get it tor you.    Give us a trial for Goods and Prices.  TINNING AND PLUMBING.  'T__3IJ_3_=*E_0_Sr_53 NO. 21.        ������  .-<!���������  or  WILL W or promote GoLopany to fid ore,  - ��������� - -, - . ���������**  WILL HANDLE Bonds of "Hectw Steam or Horse Car Railways.  WILL BUILD Waterworks or Float Bonds of sai.  Manhattan .Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17~ax_*d"X*9fBrotodwayr-*-*���������������������������r--���������New-York City.-  370  TURNER. BEETON &'. CO,  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS^^tmm*  jammm^iSHIRPERS AND IMPORTERS  0A LA RGE STOCK OF  v j-ctst IJST *���������  -A Car Load of  PORTLANP    CErtElSfT.  ORE BAGS ALWAYS IN STOCK  Victoria and Nelson, B. C. and London, Eng. I  (248)  Fred J, Squire  HAS RECEIVED -HIS SPRING STOCK OF  SCOTCH TWEEDS, SERGES, WORSTEDS  AND TROUSERINGS.  fa '"''' PRICES ���������������  TWEED SUITS      - - -      $25.00 UP  SERGE SUITS - - $27.00 -  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. 90  NELSON, B.O. THE MINER, NELSON, B; C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896.  |J  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration is named in transfer,  the nominal .uin of $1 is to bo understood.)  .    Sept. 29���������  Victoria���������James D   Sword  to   H  P.  ." Norfolk���������A J Marks to David O'NeiJU  *50.  -���������Norfolk���������David O'Neil   to   WLGcr-  maiue %.  Sept 2C-  Nellie, New Victor and Can't-Tell���������  David Booth, Johu Gilli. aud John McMillan to Tom Booth 34.  Golgaudu���������Alex Audet aud Joe Boyer  enter suit ngiihist Gilbert Pelleutlor _  aud 3^ interest.  Ames���������Joseph Caron to O J Boucher i  Golganda���������Gilbert Felleut to Aiute  Moriu 4.  Trailite���������E S.Topping to Jacob Lukov  .*  Sept 28-  Mint���������Godfrey Birtaoh nud Fred Han -  bod to A. C. Flume-felt $100.  .'"    Little George���������Johu C Duulop to R W  Gibson J.  Planet���������John G Dunlop to It W Gibson  ' _��������� -  Comet, Wren���������R W Gibson to J C  Dunlop 4 in each.  Elise���������Michael Morris to  E  C  Kil-  . bourne 4 830,000.  Elise���������E C Kilboume to the Eli.e  Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Itossland h 8500,-  .000.  Elise���������J W Young to Elise Gold Miuing Co. Ld. 4 $500,000.  Swiss, Berne and Highland Chief���������H  Stege has. paid   on   W  K Richmond's  interest in full and claims conveyance  ' Siwasb, Referendum��������� Anton Zetlur to  Nick Dufuer }������.  Katie g,, Siwasb %, and Golden CrosB���������  W B Leitch to Nick Dufuer and Henry  ���������Herman.  Falconer���������A L Anderson to C M Carpenter; J J* Henager and-EM Sharpe  $150.   .  Sept 28-  - Vampire, .Ohio,' Waneta, Vinus,  Montreal, New York, Denver. Annie,  Jessie, Belle of the Woods, Ten Biook,  Albany, Rochester, North West,  Be 1-  * cher, Nellie Gray, Sellmo, Maiden,  Montreal and Quebec���������Assigned in  trust to Geo. J. Goodhue et al by William Archer et al.  Sept 29- -   ,     *       -  Lost Mine���������Godfrey Birtsch to A. C.  Flumerf.lt, $100.  Canada Lillie^-A J Campbell to Nor-  ���������  man" McLeod, J. '  - LittleDaiidy���������A J Campbell to Norman'McLeod, _.  * Blue Eyed Nellie���������A J Campbell to  Norman McLeod,*_. ".-  - Cariboo���������Margaret J Will to W R  .Will���������San   Domingo  J,   Nellie Bly 4,.  Maple Leaf J���������J E  Armstrong  to,G  .. Sproat and B M Alexander, $8.  '."Sept 30:-' ',Y  _ '    '   "  Shamrock J, Directorate "J���������Andrew  -** L Anderson to James C. Belt on, .$125.  Jadwiga���������J H Nolan  to  Angus L  :" Beaton J, $400.  Silver Bcw���������Louis Martin to J Ralph  Danfortfa J, $135.  .   Oct."l-.:.    _ .-."  '  No'.-l���������William Moore to Alexander  McLean;, opt ion $10,000.    ,  Peterborough,; Calfornia���������William  Moore to Alexander McLean, option  $7,503.. ."*.'��������� ���������:  '- Carthage���������Henry R Bellamy to,  Fred Steele. "       ������������������  Spider���������J K Ritchie   to  Isabella  H  ,-- Ritchie, $50. ...  - * Imperial���������Geo H Johnson   to  T A  ��������� Mills 4.  .    Oct 2���������  *>   Bidden   Treasure���������D" Cameron    to  -   Duncan Cameron and John,.O.nilia ������".  ,   Shamrock,        Directorate���������Charles  "* Searle Askew, to George Drew 4, $150.  ." - Morning Star���������Robt Scott Lennie to"  Rankin Dawson; $630. *  Copper King���������E C Traves. to Isaac  Vipond _���������$50a  *-.   -" **" B06SI___*_D.~  ' September. 15--  Highland���������H Morrison to'K Peters 1 $100:  ������������������ Lancashire Lass���������R S Ross to James Barnes J  950.      a-  Lancashire Lass���������R S Rosa to S Forteith . $50  _.-   Silvertip, St Louis, Little Pittsburg, Baldy,  Hudson-K-H_Coleman7C-A-McAulla,rr'r-w^  Colraan, F R Morris, IIV 0 Chatterton to W  ' O Sanford I in each |40.  Same claims���������"W 0 Sanford to Harry Epstein  i f 100.  Peacock, Annie R, York State, B & T, Hummer���������T M Graham to Geo Meyer } in each $500,  Pearl���������Michael Maddigan to James Barnes i  $50.,-     ,  c  Pearl���������M Maddigan to S Forteith J $50.  ��������� r Pearl-M Maddigan to J Bright 4 *1.  If arr C Lee���������W Donald to David Manchester  1-16.       _,--**,  Davenport���������A E Price to M R French 3.   ���������  - September 16���������  '   Black King���������John* Krubb to Hugo Schroder  1-2 $200,    ������������������.������������������.-'  Proctor,. Iron wood���������A W Johnson to A H  McKay. ^  * ��������� Ethel No 1. Tenderfoot���������W Cummings to K  L Clark. ,    **���������  Elk No 1, and Ada L���������J Cummings to EL  Clark.  Alfe-Wm Smirl to T Smirl.  ���������   Alfe���������T Smirl to W J Green agreement for  sale.  --   Maggie Extension���������Chas   Grant Co Henry  . HatK. . -  Lauder���������Hugh McGlynn to Adclia Stussi \.  Sept 17���������  . Mary May���������Mary Jones to A E Fritsch.  " Sultana���������C Worthbridge and W F Hornshoe  to C S Warren $800.   -   .  Antelope, Caro, Antelope Fraction ���������P Burns  to J G Devlin i in each.  Sir John A Fraction���������C J Wilson to J. G Devlin i. "   *""     -  Sept. 18���������.  Ruth, Esther���������Robt Ncill to Geo Hepton i,  Sir John A Fraction���������C J Wilson to P'Burns  1-1.  Sir John A Fraction���������C J Wilson to T J Holt  1-4.  ' Antelope Fraction���������P Burns to C J Wilson }.  Antolope, Caro, Antelope Fraction���������P Burns  to T J Holt, i in each.  - T G���������N L Jackson to G H Houghton 1-2.  - Sept 19���������  Michigan���������Lyman Carter to Alex Patcrson.  Michigan���������A Patterson to Lyman Carter _.  Lucky Dutchman���������Max Kuntz to Ncls Pear-  ."   son 1-2.  Lucky Dutchman, Celtic, Gaelic and Cymric  ���������Ncls Pearson to JohnH Inkster.  Aberdeen���������H McCutcheon and Nels Pearson  to J H Inkster.  Canada���������Wm Gibson to J H Inkster.  Maple Leaf���������W T Hayes to J H Iiibteri  Sept 21���������  Fire Fly���������D J Burke to the Nest Egg Mining'  Co. .  Gold Bar���������Joseph Caron to S G Stooke \.  Procter, Ironwood���������A H McKay to Thomas  Milray, Joseph Taylor and Chas Heath $1,200.  Grant���������F Womack to J R Grant and W U  Ross  Joker���������Wm daffy to M Murphy fc.  Sept 22-  Gold Brick���������George Lamontaigncto John Sinclair Jr $2000.  Sept 23���������  Monitor���������F A Brewer, G E Breckenbridge  and R Druisdale to E Morrison } $MK). "  Cash Entry���������F J Sullivan and L It Chase to  W C Brace. -~    Wild Cherry���������Ernest Miller to John _Mc_Iar-  tin.  Prince of Wales and Trilby���������Mike O'Neill, P  C McMillian and Nicholas Walters to John _le-  Martiu.   Agreement tossll, $20,000.  ��������� Texas, Summit, Marine���������Jas Rutherford to  Li_ooet Fraser River & Cariboo Gold Fields i-''  Florence S���������EC Willis to*WH Scheme!-.  Oswepco-G H Green to W H Schcfflold. __,     '  Mabel Fraction���������E L^Knudson to C A Teas-  dale 1-2.,.  Edna, SC. J & J, First Clip. Monterey/Sidney  Jennie, Mountain Lion, .Early Morn, London  Belle. Seji Gull, Philadelphiaaiid.Rosr.ai-* Eagle  ���������E DCarpenter to Louis Jaffe, 1-3 in each.  Swan���������Thomas Hird to J M O'Toole j).  California Girl���������Robert Pearson to H S Crotty  Agreement to sell. - -���������_.".-  Hand Fraction-^ J Hand to F V Percival 1-2  $25, '*  Anna Lee���������S A Madden to S S Warren 1-12  $100.     ,   .  Sept 24���������'  Gold Nugget���������F Womack to Louis Lovy.  Tda���������James Burke to" E Peters $100.  Montana and Idaho���������J J Hand and A Constantine to T M Becumish. agreement to purchase, option for 10 days, $800 cash,      c-'  ' Sunset No 2. Gold Hunter and Alabama���������H  C Walters to W T Oii ver 1-2.  Pitkin���������R Cooper to Geo Lamontaignc 1-2 $60  ' Pitkin���������A Poggls to John Sinclair 1-2 $60,  Gold Bar���������J Acorn to L W Pretsch 1-2. "  ���������" Bumale.  and Betrand���������J McMartin toFD  Scars i.  Stcmwinder���������Elling Johnson to W H Nesbit  18500.  Little Jim���������WH Davidson to James E Dailey.  1-3 $100. -���������  Greenwood and Faithful���������J \V Graham to J  E Dailey 1-2,  Enfanta���������C D Fitzsimmons to M H Dobie 1-2  Golden Dawn���������AV H Chambers to Chester  Glass 1 875.  Good Friday���������Jane Hanna to Frank Hanna. *  Creole, Gypsey���������Dan;-*McLeod to Geo Atchison 1-2 $100.  Monitor���������Ewcn Morrison to Lewis Hall, Fred  Rogors, J Havnor and Samuel Mann SHOO.  Fourth of July���������A Johnson to W Nahal 1  $500.  Aaron's Fraction���������R Jamieson to Lillooet  F R & C G F Ltd.  NEW DENVER.  Sept ll._  Highland and Pick'Up���������J McClements to D  A Van Doran 1-2 in each.  Wild Goose���������J Vallance to'E W Nettleton  and HE Graves 1-2 $100.  Wild Goose No 2���������H E Graves and E W Nettleton to J Vallance $50.  Wonderful, Columbus," Lookout, Springfield,'  Simi)=oi- and Wonderful Fraction���������W J Jones  to Mrs E .Tones.  AVondcrful-E Smith Milicr to E Field 1-3.  Lookout. Columbus, Springfield. Sampson  and Wonderful Fraction���������Same to same.  Wonderful Fraction���������J A Finch to E J Field  $200.  J McHale claims a half of Sam Whittakcr in  Tamarack and Falls View No 2. .. -  Two Friends���������C T Dunbar to 0 Plunkett i  of 3, $187,500.  Two Friends���������P M Schonberg, C Murphy "A,  Trovost ard G T Gormlcy to E E Evans 3, $3,75-  000.  Sept 15���������  Black Princo No 2. and Excelsior No 2 ], and  all in Clipper���������J McKinnon. L Heckman, and  M Heckman to O Phmkott $30,000.  ���������Harnett antl Little Montana���������J"ickson Rad;  clifle ct al to O Plunkett bonded for 822.000.  Pulaskio���������Same to same bonded for $3000.  Pulaskiu���������R Bradshaw to C Newhans 1-3. -  Pincon-G M SoRello to A S Reed and P  Attoffer 1-2,  Black Hussar���������C Newhans to J Rat-lift. 1-3.  Chief���������M I Mclver-Campbell to RC Campbell-Johnson  - Pulnskic���������R Briidshnw to J Radoliffe 1-3.  Denver���������M  I   Mclver-Campbell   to   R C  Campbell-Johnson. ���������   -  Mocking Bird J, Medium i-L Sly to E W  Nettleton $3,500.  Pembrook���������L Alexander to" C Hashdall $100. .  Currie Fraction-Mrs D F KeretoC W Callahan 1-3 $1,600.16.     -  Mabob���������P Aspinwall to G J Atkins k $500.  Climax���������W F McCulloch to R Wingate 5-9  ���������500. '  Sept 16���������  ,"' Blnck Colt���������E J Mathews to R Shea.  Highland���������J McClemcnt, J C Bolander, D A  Van Doran and Mrs N Delaney to H T Bragdcn  $8000. __.-  Prescott���������AV A Coplen and E G Cowlesto AV  C McKinnon i. .    ."  Argontia���������J H Currie to AMcGillvary 1-3.  Argentia���������J H Currie to E Shannon 1-3.  - Accidental, Keno, Get There Eli.V & M and  F L C���������F LoCasto to B Pearson 1-6.    ���������  Boissevain���������J O Todd to D Bell Irving $1,500.  Silver Tip, Lake View i. Pride i���������M Ryan to  A McKay.  Sept 18��������� , ���������'-*'' *"    ���������  Rattler���������O Peterson to J Moran 1-2,  L Heckman to Max Heckman power of attorney. . 'i -,*  - Ora���������S J Henderson to Charlotte Henderson.  Bonnie Doon and Empire���������G C Cla.-lc to J  Fleming i.  ���������Bonnie ��������� Doon, - Empire ��������� and' Frankfort���������P  Grant to G Clark.  Bonnie Doon,' Empire���������} Sheridan and G C  Clark to S J Smith 1-2.   '  Lachute���������P Grant to W F Cameron 1-2.  KASLO.  Sept. 18���������   ���������  0 Mastodon���������R P Briggs to J A B.i,*g<-,  S5.     , *  Vigilant���������J B Wheelock to AD West-  by, $1000. ,  Sept, 19���������   - l .  Imperial���������\V S Leach to D McBeath J,  8100.    .  Sept. 22-,  Ibex, Triangle���������Liddesdale F Pringle  and S Cameron to F Steele,bond, $30,000  Bright Star���������W R" Ramsdell to D Pat**  terson,   $200. -    ' ,.*  jlector���������E., E. Brockhauaen to J E  "Bro-Khou-en, % ~ ������������������.���������  -Sunlight���������J S Whitaker to J M Martin  1-6 $500. * 0  " *..'������������������  Sept. 23��������� -     -  Crown Jewel���������W J -- McLeod to E  Travel?, J_, $1,000.      '  Legal Tender���������G A Starke toT Cyr 1-9  Virginia  Dare--0   McElroy  to G A,  Becken, }������, $50.  Sept. 24��������� - ,,  Gem, Storm King, Golden King���������  D Black to J Schoenberg et. al., 1-12,  $3,750 ���������        -     *  Standard, Total Wreok���������W Anderson  to C D Rand and P Armauce, J;j  Little May���������G M ParsoUB to M Stevenson, bonds % $200  Bulletin and Wheel of Fortune���������J  Clunan to L Coombe, j}. -"   *"  Cliff��������� H. Giegerich to B B Hill, J������-  Premier���������H D Beck td J E Spalding, i  Notice of Application for* Crown Grant.  NAKUSI",  Sept. 21���������  Queen of Cariboo���������F G Faqnier to W  A Allan aud J S Crawford if."  Garfield _, General Lee J���������W Huston  to W A Allan and Mrs J S Crawford.  Blue Bird No 1 and No 2���������A A Burton  to P H Kelleher }4 in each $50:'  'ATTENDED."  TAKE NOTICE that T. J. Lcndrum as  agent for Alfred W. McCune and Henry  Giegerich has filed tho necessary papers and  made application for a Crown Grant in favor of  the mineral claim "Attended" 6ituate in the  Ainsworth Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverse claimants, if any, must, fllo thoir  objections with mo within 60 days from tho  date of this publication in tho British Columbia  Gazette. % , ;.       N;. FmsTUBBSi  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C, July 29, 1896.       (412,1,8,6)  "ELLEN."  TAKE NOTICE that T. J. Lendrum as agent  for John H, Fink, Joseph Strict. Earnest  Harrop and Lewis R. Lindsay has tiled the  necessary papers and mado application for a  Crown-Grant in favour ofj the mineral claim  "Ellen," situated in tho Ainsworth Mining  Division of West Kootenay. ���������     ������������������ .  Adverse claimants, if any,   must file their  objections with me within 60 days from the  date of this publication in the British Columbia Gazette.     ,_   ���������    *        "  Y      ." _y*N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated at Nelson. B. C. July 29,1886.    [411.1.8.01  "BUGABOO."*  (���������"PAKE NOTICE' that ,T. J. Lcndrnm, as  L agent for Alfred AV, McCune and Henry  Giegrich, has filed th.e necessary papers and  made application for a Crown Grant in favor  of thc mineral claim "Bugaboo, situated in  the Ainsworth Mining Division * of Av est  Kootenay. ��������� . ..  -      * .  Adverse claimants, if any, must file their  objections with me within 60 days from the  date of this publication in the-British Columbia Gazette. . ~-r~-.  N. FITZSTUBBS,     .  , - Government Agent.  410,1,8.6  Dated Nelson, B. C, July 29,1896.  The National Matte Smelter.  A practical and simple method of matting  sulphide ores, such as nickel, copper, gold and  silver ores. In localities where lead ores and  fuels are scarce and almost unattainable, our  pyritic, water jacketed ..Matte Smelter has  been recognized with highly satisfactory results, and-has been thoroughly tested on various pyritic, sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to 80 tons per d.iy. It is the most  practical, cheapest and'simplest method, of  gold and silver ore matting and concentrating  that is known to-day. .- ���������   '      _  It requires no extraordinary skill, no lead  ores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any  kindfor'thc smelter after it is started, lho  sulphur in the ore is its natural fuel only, and  sits cost has no comparison with any otnerpro-  cess of concentrating. .-   '.'""������������������ ���������-  We are prepared to furnish any size or capa-,  city plant-** complete to substantial .mining  people, set it up and furnish our men to run it  for them on easy payments. Prices and specifications furnished with references..and testimonials on application. . "_���������"'" h������-  'National Ore,6i Reduction Co. ,  5727 Cheltenham Ave., .'���������      ^ST. LOUIS, Mo  ���������    Manufacturers of Furnaces for-   .  Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead Ores.  ���������������RTI-'ICATE OFJMPKOfEHIEKTS.  J. M. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer:  ���������   Telephone 310.'  J. E. W. MACFARLANE, Manager  :'__..'    ,   ���������'. Telephone.449 ���������*���������*--.  SOLE MAJWFACTVKEKS Of TIIE  Kendall Band Mill,  B. C. Shingle^Maohiues,  Steam Log Hauling Machines,  Marion Steam Shovels,  Improved Winding Hoist,  River and Harbor Dredges,  Kiug Ditching Machine,  Wrecking Machines,  Ballast Unloading, Eto. *    *  A������E\'T_ Villi   ���������  Reeve's Wood Split Pulleys.  Cable Address:   "Cove"  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND  GENEBAl    FOVNDEBS,'. KSCilN-  EEBS, iBOHLEB   MAKERS,  ' and Manufacturers of  XII. ������1A_._.*>   ������P IHAdllMKY  Seav Mill ������_a Mniirie Work a  .  '       Specialty.  AM."WORK <ai..BA\TEEI>  jKccp in Stock a Full -Supply'of En  '.'gineers'and Mill Supplies, t-iping  '   . and Fittings,  Brass Goods,  'Steam Fittings, Etc. :  Eftirn ntts.fcr Eoikrp and crgines  . on application.  Mail Orders Receive ' Prompt  ..-.        Attention.   -.  Telephone 31_.. P.O. Drawer 4T5  WESTMINSTER'AVENUE.  ITANOQUVBE, _B. O.  AU Agreements ore taken subject to the approval of the Company,, at Vancouver, aud are contingent upon strikes, accidents  ;..       and other delays unavoidable, or beyond our control. -~ (326)*,.  Bl   XonbonlDill  -^   development mt  /BMning Company  LIMITED  LIABILITY  A Company formed to acquire, develop and work the --London".  Group of Mineral Claims, situated in the Ainsworth and Slocan Mining Divisions of West Kootenay, British Columbia.  The Company is incorporated under the British Columbia. "Companies'  Act,  1890," and amending acts.  CAPITAL���������$150,000.00 in 600,000 shares of 25 cents each, of  which 360,000 .fully paid shares will be allotted to the vendors in part  payment "of the purchase money, and _oo,ppo will be available for working capital. ���������' -  . .PROVISIONAL.DIRECTORS.  Oliver T. Stone, General Agent, Kaslo, President and" Treasurer.  Hamilton Byers, Hardware Merchant, Kaslo.  A. Whealer, Barrister-at-law, Kaslo, Secretary.  . BANKERS���������Bank of British Columbia.    OFFICE���������Kaslo, B. C.  A" Berlin dispatch to the Daily News  quotes a Constantinople .dispatch to the  Frankfurter ZeitUng, which says the  governor of Khurput telegraphs that a  thousand Armenians were clubbed to  death at "Nikde ou Sunday. This dispatch  also says the sultan has given ������150,000 to  indemnify the foreigners injured in the  massacres.  A terrible hurricane swept over Savannah, Georgia, on Wednesday causing the  loss of nearlv a dozen lives aud entailed  a financial loss of nearly 83,000.000. Each  report that is received is worse than at  first. It was thought that. one death  would be tbe result of the hurricane but  the number has increased until it has  reached 11.  LONG TOM MINERAL CLAIM..  Sittjate on Toad Mountain in The Nel  son Mining Division, AVest Kootenav  District.        ", - -    ���������*��������� ' _ -= .   *  TAKE NOTICE that I. Frank Fletcher  ��������� Agent for E.-A. Powys Free Miners certiticate No. 65011 nndWm. J. Lindsay Free  Miners Certificate No. 63021, intend sixty days  after the dato hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate of improvement.*  for lho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant- to  tho above claim:-       - ���������'   -   .   ,      A, ,  '  And further take notice that action under  Section  ^7, must, .be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  FRANK FLETCHFR.  7th Sept-mbejr, 1896. "      ,   .   (430. 12 9 6>  ~ NOTICE/     ;  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty- days  after date I, Ellen McDougald (widow) in f  tend to make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and -Works to purchase, the  following described land: Commencing at a  post planted alongside T.-Walker's Northwest  corner post, near Burton City on tho Columbia River, thence running North 40 chains;  thence East 80 chains; thence' South 40 chains;  thence AVest 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.  ELLEN McDOUGALD.  Nakusp,.Sept.22,,_896.   "-'       *.,,.,      433"  The Prospectus can be seen at the office of W. J. G..Dickson at  Nelson, or at the office of*0. T. Stone at Kaslo. *-. -  CAIADM PACIFIC RAILWAY  j v" '      z   , * ������     **���������-  . ____-.Tr> soo, iP-fiwOi-rio aaoxxTEs.  COLUMBIA & y  KOOTENAY  STEAM   WAV.'  (LIMITED .  time card: no: IO  Im: Effect   Jane 81b. _8M.  CO.  BEVEL-TOME lUllTE-HUmu.r -*Kaikusp*  Leaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Robson and  Trail Mondays, Wednesdays and -Fridays at  7-p. in. '"���������.-.  -. Leaves Trail for Robson! Nakusp, Arrow  head and Canadian Pacific -Railway points  (east and west) Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays at 4,30 p.m:  Connection is made at Robson with C. & K  Ry. for Nelson and Kootenay Lake points.   -,.  WJelsoiiiWfl^.  Steam Navipliou Cl.  STR CITY OF.  DISSOLUTION   OF PARTNERSHIP.  The partnership heretofore existing between C F. Goodwin and J. AV. Mci'orinmnrh,  carrying tn business as Hotel Keepers at thu  Town of Nelson, under the name of Goodwin  &' McCormmach. has this day been dissolved  by- mutual consent. The business will be carried on byC. F. Goodwin, who will collect all  amounts due to the late firm and assume, all  liubilities.  Dajcd at Nelson, September 30th. 18S6.  AVitness: C. If. GOODWIN  ANDREW C. MUIR.   J. W. McCORMMACH  In connection with the present "sailings will make regular trip* to  SANCA  .   Commencing on or before Mondav,  July 27th.  -Leaving Kaslo on Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 8:00 a. m.".  Leaving Nelson on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8:00 a. in.  Theright is reserved to change this  schedule at any time without notice.,  .  404  "Will make round trips on      ".   ---_  (Except Sundays.)  .  BETWEEN-���������  lest  Pacific Coast anil Eastern: Points.  ��������� St, Paul, "Chicago, Toronto,- Montreal,"  St; Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. New York.  3a_^.T-Bs the xovest:  ^ areatest Variety ot Homes, Bail ai steamers.  Leaves Nelson" Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10.00 o'clock, making  close .connections with Transcontinental trains at Kevelstoke.  ... .Extra trains will leave Nelson Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays nt 17 o'clock.  Passengers for points north will leave ut 17 o'clock and for points south at  10 o'clock.    "**- , :.. '     -'  J.HAMILTON;        ��������� H. _.. MACDONELL, . GEO. McL. BROWN,    ''-  .*'._,  ���������   Agent, Nelson. ��������� f .Trav. Frgt. and Pass, Agt, Nelson.      Dist. Pass. Apt.Vancouver  Columbia aud^Western^RailwayOo.  Time Table In Effect June 2nd    e  Train  '  No.:*  .3  X  4  a. .-  Leaves.  Rossland  ������.  *. .-,*:���������  *x>  Trail  >>\ -  Time,  &> ���������-  7, a. m..  ct  *3 P.' M.  5* P.M.  8 A. M.  Arrives:.  i- Trail    <*���������  *- " i _ >f:     ,  Rossland  Time,  7545 a*m  4 P. M.  5:45 P.M.  9 A. M.  All trains run Daily, on Pacific Standard time.  Pilot Bay and Sanca  (Granite Creek)-"  CaMiINg at Davie and Any Point on  the Route.  Leave Pilot Bay 9 30 A. M.   Arrives at  Sanca 12 noon  Returning, Leave Sanca 1:30 P. M.  Ar.  Pilot Bay _:30 P. M.  E. PRESTOS," Master.    D. G. KURTZ, Parser.  FOR SALE.  Thoroughbred Pedigree Rough  Coated Yellow Sable Scotch Collie  Pups,   best   blood   in   the  world,   at  William Perkins & Co., Broker.,  Baker Street, Nelson.  Opp. C. k K. Land Office. 431  Tl   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE  THE SHOETEST  TRANSCONTINENTAL.   ROUTE.  It is ������hc Most Modern In Equipment.  It Is the n.avlest-__il.il line.  It has a Hock-Ballast .Roadbed.  II Crosses Ko Sand Desserts. '  It Is the Only line Banning  luxurious  Club Boon. Car*.' -  It 1* Noted for thc Conrteny or its Employes.  It i������ the Only Line Serving "Meals on the  a la Carte FIan._  ,���������        ���������^���������^_������-^   0    THROUGH   THE  aRAOTEST #' SCENERY  " IN AMERICA B_ DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours during Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  For maps, tickets and complete information  call on or address Agents, K. & 3. Ry., C. & K.  S. Nav. Co., X. & F. S. Ry., or  1'. G. DIXOX, General Agent,  -    Spokane, Wash.  f. i. W-Utxeit; c r. * t. a_,  351] St. _���������*���������!. Minn.  Spokane Falls &  Northern R'y,  Nelson & Fort  NOKTUroKT-TKAIl.  KOVTG  -    Steamer--lylton.--  leaves Trail for" Northport Dally except  Smi-laya at 8 a", in., returning to Trail same*  evening. <  Connects at, Northport' with: S. F. &N. Ry  for Spokane.   __ _ -.-  NF.MW.M'KA.'Mt' VOllTl*.���������"Str Kokanee."  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo Daily except Sun  days at 4:15 p.m.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson Daily except Sun  days at 5:30 a.m.  ' Saturday, Juno 20th and every 2nd Saturday  following Steamer leaves Kaslo at 10 p. m., for  Bonner's Ferry ; Seturning leaves -Bonner's  Ferry Sunday at noon.      -. '������������������ ","  Tho right is reserved to-change this schedule  at any Unie.wit.hout notice.   *  For tickets, raw-s, etc.,-' apply at Company's  otllco, Nelson. " *' ,% .    .  T. ALLAN,  Secretary.  J. W. TROUP,  Manager  M0RTHERN, **  IN     PACIFIC RY.  RUNS  Pullman Sleeping, Cars  :  \ Elegant Dining Cars  Tourist Sleeping 0Cars ^  (������T. PAW.  ���������tmNEArous '  UVI.IITH  FAKCO.  CltAND   FOKK1  CKOOK8TON ";.  WINKIPCG  l'EtE\A and  BUTTE ^-:  THROUGH   TICKETS  Kaslo  i.Slocan  Railway*"  time;card no. u..  Going West.        ,   Daily Going East.  Leave ������,00 a. m.   Kaslo - Arrive 3.50 p.m.  "     8.38a.m.   South Fork-     "     3.15p.mr  .-"j   9.36a.m.   Sproule's ���������'      2.15p.m.-  "     9.51 a, m.   Whitewater      "     2.00 p.m.  "   10.03 a. m. - Bear Lako '       1.48 p.m.  "   10.18 a.m.   McGuigan "      1.33 p.m,  "   10.30 a. m.   Bailey's "   - 1.21 p.m  "    10.39 a. m.   Junction "      1.12 p.m '  Arc. 10.50a,in.   Sandon Leave._. 1.00p.m  - Subject to chango without notice.   "*?r..*  For "rates and   information   pppl}   at th  Company's offices.        ' *-  ROBT. IRVING,        v      R.W.BRYAN,  (264)   Tiafflc Manager. .  Superintendent.  TO  -TO���������  Sheppard R'y.  MlRail to Spokane, Was!.  ONLY ROUTE TO TRAIL CREEK^ AND  Mineral District of the Colville Reservation  Nelson, Kaslo, Kootenay Lake. Slocan Points.  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  and Nelson-  Leave 8.40 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-00 p-m.  "    7.00 a.m. SPOKANE   "    CIS p-m.  Passengers for Trsil Creek mines con  nectat Northport -with Stage and Steamer  Daily.  Close connections at Nelson with  Steamers for Kaslo and all Kootenay  Laie points.  Passengers for Kettle River and Bound-,  ary Creek, connect at Marcus -with Stage  Daily.  CHICAGO  rHUADELrUIA  NEW YOBK  BO_TO!������ and all  rtttnts Eaut,   /  Went and South.  m  For information, time cards, mips-and tickets  call on or write;  (\ F. D. G1B#S.  u General Agent, Spokane, Wtnh  or  A. D.j;RARLTf)N  Asst. Gent. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon *  S.S. Alberta  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay audi  Nelson daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 a. m.  LEAVE NELSON for Pilot Bay������ AinswortU  and  Kaslo daily  (Sundays excepted)   at  3.30 p.m.  Close connection is thus made between Lake  pouits and all outgoing and incoming trains of"  the C. P. R. at Nelson.  Thc steamer is newly equipped in every par  ticular, is lit throughout by electricity, and'  contains bathroom and all modern conveniences  for the comfort of passengers.  The above schedule is in effect 1st of AprDr-  1S0C subject to change.  JAS. WAUGH GEO. F. HAYWARD  Psrser^i Master  -.1

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