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 ���������*s__4ff*xa.  THE  ^S|%)T������NAY ARE  AMONG raSKJlOHEST IN  AMEEIOA  THE OKE'8 AEE HlGU-GliADE  GOLD, SILVEII..COPPEB  ��������� AND LEAD.     -"  Whole Number V26.  Nelson,  British Columbia, Saturday, November 2f, 1896.  Price Five Cents  METAL QUOTATIONS.  Nov.-     11  (Bar)      -  Lkai) 2.7;'  NEW YORK.  ll>      17        18      ID"  ..67.;. ..ft". J. ...liu....(iJ  ,..2.n������.._.uo..a.;o..'-.73  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  Union Jack���������.Tanies Dm-kin to Mar-  gaiet Dnrkin, ;\j!.  Mountain Chief���������Thomas Pavno to  Marion Sewell, 1-2, 8:*(.o. :"  Otlawa-,7 H Douglas  o ltaehcl B'emi'i  Leap Year No 1 -J V Brown to .I C  l'ellou, 'is trustee.  Leap Year���������Ge >rgc J Suhleif to J C  Bel ten as tru*.!ee.  NEWS FJIOM THE <)AW1JS.  ItETURNS FOR 1896 UL'TO DATE  OKE -HEATED IN KOOTENAI-.  At Nelson ...  At Pilot Hay.  At Trail"   OKE EXP0HTED.  From Slocan via ICaslo   Slocan via Nakusp   Ainsworlh    Trail Creek (gold ore)..  .25,-fi.  ..in.llil  . 1S,JKI_.V   03,991'  8,827 V  7,<ffil|  .   0215  .,365 22,9871  86.-79  Tons   * In addition 305 tons of imported ore have  been treated at Trail.  TltOl).Cl. OF SMKTjTKKS.  Nelson (Hall Minos) "Mat tc   Pilot Bay, silver lend bullion   Trail Smelter Matte      'IONS  ..-.'1311  ..10121  ..3055*!  ������109_  . ORE SHIP.MEN1S.  KelnriiH Since Last Week.  '     VIA   KASLO.  Washington to Kverett.  Hauibler to Kverett   Goodenough to Kverett.- .  Ill  I'll'  Antoine to Everett     131    co"  '' MATTE AND BULLION.  (Shipped.)  From Nelson Smelter [Mat!ol      ������0  FIRST BANK IN THE SLOGAN.  Ilu*. Been  Hank   <>.  e_-  C,  on  t'slulillslieil    liy   III!  Hritisli foliiiiil-iii.  Tlie Bank.ot British Columbia luis  lablishcd a branch in Sau>!oii, 13.  wbich opened its doors (or busiuess  Tuesday. November 17, under Hie temporary direction of Mr, G. V. Holt, liiau-  njjer of llie Bank of British Columbiu in  Nelsou. The Bank of British Columbia  is the first to enter the Siocau and it will  be a great convenience to tbe people, of  that distiicl who have for some time been  praying for such an institution. It  marks a i ew era ia the commercial welfare of tbe district and iu consequence is  bailed with joy by all.  Thc Bank of British Columbiu is oneo!  tho strong financial' institutions of the  Dominion. Its head office is in Loud' n  and it bus biarches in Victoria, Vancon-  ver, Nelsou, Nanaimo, New Westminster  aud Snndou in British Columbia and in  Portland aud Sau Francisco in tlio United  States. . i  THE NEW STEAMER.  BBIEf P-.B-X.RAPES* faELATlHG TO  PROSPEOTS AND MINE?.'.  Wlnit U lie I a; Dime or Aluml l.i III*. Iloiu*  .111:11111 .IioiiikI llieTrciisurv tHiiil*.  nf tlie Itirh Kimleiiav.  KixsIiiiiiI.  A new compressor bas beta put in by  the owners oE (he Bed Mountain. The  north vein at 5*1 feet shows a good body  of shipping ova. J  The managers of the Le Itoi state that  they can easily, put out'*... tons of ore  daily. Their 11 civ compressor, the largest  yet put in a Canadian mine, is expected  to be iu upeialiou on December lOlli.  ��������� Development work is under way on the  Giant, lecently sold to Tocoma capitalists  for ijSiQ')..0O. A good body of shipping  ore is teported to have been leachedonly  fourteen feo-t down tlie new i-haft. " .  The new" machinery is iu position at  the Nickel l'iate and a fine shaft liou.e  been ���������. put up on the last shaft* uud:the  old machinery placed there. Botb__a!*is  will besnuk to a '200 foot level and then  connected. ..."  The Coxie mineral claim has been sold  by R. J, Henley & Co., on behalf of J. 14  Cook, Koss Thompson, J. Elliot .aud  others to Mr. McCuaig for $85,000; 10  percent down and balance iu 00 days. *  The.meeting  of   the C and..C.mining  Crusader for $12,500, 20 per cent. dowu.  Work 00 the Crusader has commenced.'  The wagon road up Teu Mile creek lo  Enloiprise has heen completed.  Tho Exchange, Victoria, Batchalor and  i Wiikr field are giving satisfactory results.  {    The Bondholder is a "winner" and ils  I slock is selling for 15 cents. '  :    The .Two Friends is employiug 27 pack  I animals and it is shipping every night.  j    Fay  ore   is   being  takeu   out of the  1 Heepawa.    *,  j    Oie of n high grade has been struck- in  I the lower tunnel of, tlie London aud the  , owners believe that it will  lead iuto a  ! large body ot ore that their mining engineer predicted would be found there.  Homo ot the samples exhibited will go as  high as 4000 ounces.  BURGLARS Il\t THE TOWN.  FOUR HOUSES WERE SACKED DURING THE WEEK.  LOCAL NEWS IN  BRIEF.  Tin-  I hiring ihe past week tlie water in the  lake lias risen over one foot.  K. K. Leiser, ,1 gioceryninn of Victoria  was a visilor to Nelson this week.  Const able Miles arrested John Don gnu  last Tuesday for having stolen articles in  his possession.  Mr. Henry "B. Tlkmson, manngerof  the firm of Turner. Beeton & Co, bus  gone to Trail and Rowland on a business  trip; ���������    ���������  Owing to Ihe change in the Nelsou &  .  ,   .        ,        For' ..lieppaid Railway Conipaiiy's time  and completeness of their work go ! |.ll)le   tl.., sieiu_,er  Kokanee "will leave  st  RllKlll.  Wa.cr pipe is being distributed on  eels.  lhe  SMELTER  RETURNS.  HALL  MINES, [Nelson] for week ending  U Nov.; treated 810 tons or ore.  MINING TRANSFERS.  Whero no considemtio 1 is named in transfers  the nominal Bum of 81 is to be understood.)  Nelson.  Nov i_^-  Mica King-  Moss, .1-  Mica King-  Lewis, M*  Westmiuster-  , Stuart, y.  -Harry   Couitlandt to C S  -H Coitlandt to David O  AV L Callanan toJohn  J Stuart to J  Nashville, Westminster  T Kelly, if.  Nashville���������John  Stuart to W L Calla-  "in,-.y.  Charleston-,! T Kelly j-o W-Cellan-jn,  -Austin  to S 3  An Excursion (liven to the Peopl'', company was held on Tuesday eveniu  * y.    .  Charlestou-J T Kelly to J Stuart, \.  Sady���������A J Campbell to N McLeod, %.  Blue Eyed Nellie, Sady, Little Dandy,  Cauada Thistle, Golden Chariot���������A J  Campbell to N McLeod, agreement.to  pay in shares according to amouut of  development.  Arlington���������J E Jackson to J E Finch,  agreement to sell 4-5 on existing bond  aud 825,000 option.  Alpha���������Godf rev Birtscb to Geo McFarland, \.  White Horse, Annie Maud  Christmas and John McAlmau  Mighton and Duncan McArthur.  Nov 14���������  Gilt Edge���������AV A Stephens to Wm Perkins.  Big Four���������Jas E Wize to A N Patterson ."  N0 5__c 0 Brown to A N Patterson.  No 0���������Bertha V Johuson tb same.  Freely, Tommy, Panhandle (fractional)  ���������Peter Rruhu to J M Miller aud M F  _Cbesnutr'*.:,75fl000.    ""-"^        **     ""     '���������  Dinner Pail; Bulla, Jennings Fraction,  Genevieve, Iron Overall, Iron Duke, Long  Green���������14 AV Higgs and E Griest to VV J  Jennings.  Highland Bclle-H 1* Heacock to Harry  Bibbius.  Nov. 10��������� ''���������*._.  Amazon���������C AV Ericsoa to L Christen-  son, 1-4.  Humbolt���������\V   H Hurlbert  to Jennie,  Ainsworth, %  - ���������Satne���������A \V Boyd to Sarah J Boyd, %.  Ella���������C A Sapandowski to W Parker,  J_.  Homestake���������Ed waul Cole notice of %  ' claim. *  Nov 17���������  Ohio���������AV   E Dngan tc N Fitzstubbs,  y.  Cracker Jack��������� M A Baldwin and B C  Waterson to E C Kilhourne, 1-4.  Nov 18���������  Ore or No Go���������John Johnson to Steve  Hnwkius, 1-3.  Dutch Jake���������Some to same, 1-3.  Lake A'iew���������U Svenceski to Tb'oa B  May, W Murphy, John Fletcher, J Wafer  jiisl) Byrne, 1-0, S5.  Mayflower���������John Wafer to T B May,  VV Murphy, J Fletcher, J D Byrne, B  Svenceski, 1-6, 85.  ltoval Citv���������AVm Murphvto T B May,  J Fletcher, J Wafer, It Svenceski, l-(5,.������5  Assiniboia���������Arthur   AVebster to F D  . Osier, }_��������� Saoo.*  Champion���������J Couteut, J Decella to A  Lorin. -��������� -  Same���������A Lorin. to H Simon, .000.  '-  Fail-haven,   Gold Star,   Caledonia���������S  Lefebere to T Prudholme, 1-4.  Gold Bug���������J J Keller to Geo H _Ior-  deu,,l-4.  lti6;Grande, Equadot��������� M Mclver to H  McCandless, 1-4, S250.  Nov 19��������� *  Yankee Girl���������E Griset to J P. Dabuey,  ]-_. '  "Mollie F���������B T Foote to J IJ Dabney. A.  Jasper, Topeka���������0 E Hill aud S Hpaly  to J-B Dabney, J-_.*  ��������� New Victor,- Excelsior, lloval, Nellie,  Clyde, Can't Tell, Nespicle���������Tom Booth  to Mrs Cornelius Booth, 1-4 in first five  and l.B in last two.  *"   lo\va���������Peter Bene to C Anderson, 1-2,'  $500.  AVisconsin���������G Finkle to W A Campbell, 1-3,  Vernon���������John Martin to W A Campbell, 1-3.  Bostouiau���������F A Brewer aud B C Bar-  bar to W A Campbell, 1-3.  Bio Grande, Equador���������M Mclver to AA7  D Smith, 1-4.  of ��������� Nelson.  The new steamer, the International,  constructed nt Kaslo by the International  Navigation & Trading Company gave a  moat successful and satisfactory excursion  to the people of "Nelson last Tuesday.  The boat, left the dock at 10 n. m. and  after a trip out iuto the lake just beyond  Balfour, safely landed its passengers ,at  the starting point shortly after 1 o'clock  p. na.  Over oue hundred men, women and  ohildreu made the trip and after inspecting lhe boat to their hearts content,..so -  tied down in the cabin to enjoy tbe iide.  All of them were loud iu tlieir praise of  the boat and ils fittings but the. majority  were "true to their first love," thc Kokanee. The cabin of the International is  large aud exceedingly comfortable. It  is heated by steam and easy chairs and  lounges are nnmero,u's. * The windows are  very large aud ailbrd magnificent views  along oue of-the most .iuterestiug trips  ever taken by a traveler. The.dining  parlor is a!so..a commodious room, nioelx  furnished*nu'j.l dining the' trip spine excellent coffee was served to the guests by  the gentlemanly steward, Mr. John Guru.  The forward cabin, or smoking room is  most comfortable and in here may be,  found the cup that cheers. Capt. Hayward ^presided in the pilot house and  during the trip had mauy visitors. On  the lower deck Eugiueer J. H. Gray, was  at the thiottle and explained the working  of the engines under his control. They  differ .somewhat from those of the  "Kokanee.and for new machinery worked'  very smoothly. Ou this deck a number  of carpenters were completing thc work  of laying the floor and paid little or no  attention to the crowds which pressed.by  them.  There was much speculation as to the  speed of the boat as compared with that  of the Kokauae aud the'general impression was that they would be pretty  evenly matched.- The trip from the  Nelson wharf to Balfour loik'one hour  for tbe purpose of authorizing the sale ot*  the property.. The meeting wis adjourned until December 1st, iu order-that  further information might be submitted.  Mr. 11: C. Corbin has placed-..oii the  market, the laud adjoining the city of  Rosslaud. This, is the property. also  claimed hy Charles Dundee. It i. understood that although Mr. Dundee has  threatened proceedings, 110 legal ac'.iou  has been taken and Mr. Corbin's cerlifi-  c.ite of title has been registered in A'ictoria aiid deeds"of the laud will be given  to purchasers,  LSpociul Correspondent to the Minkk]  Tt:o recent Hurry of snow and rain of  the last.,two weeks has caused ho cessation in ihe amount of travel or the sale  of mini's. Several were turned over at  good figures last week, among them the  Zilor which Toronto people have hold of.  It is to be stocked of course.  . Everyone is now interested: in the  formation of some compauy.or other but  itis no violation of confidence.to say that  most of ..those coK.panies' are -formed  e__ie(ly. lo -inine"iii Ontario,*rather than,  on the hills surrounding Rosslaud aud  that the primary object will be the mine  profitable.  December 1st will see the Columbia &  Red Mountain cars under the War Eagle  and Le Roi ore sLutes aud tbe export of  ore will be doubled. Among the uew  shippers there will b3 Jumbo aud O. K.,  Nickel Plati*) and probably tbe "View, Cliff,  Columbia aud Kooteuay aud three or  four Bed Mountaiu miues which have  piled up small, quantities of ore taker.  out in the course of development.  Some speculation lakes plocc in mining stocks locally ��������� but the number so  venturing their money is comparatively  small and prices rule riitherlower than  last month. The feature has been an  advance in those of .the older companies  which incorporated for $500,000. People  (except the promoters) are a trifle tired  of capitlizations of 81,000,000 or more on  T-udcis have been called for "the construction of the skating rink.  The waterworks will be ready for operation by January 1st.  The corporation is cirrying the grading  of A Avenue up the hill past Mr. Kane's  house.  Great preparations are being mide for  a grand ball to be given in the Olympic  on the evening ol* Thanksgiving day. ,  A raft of logs belonging to Mr.   liuch  anuu broke lust we.:* but the logs were  recovered.  The Kaslo h-.*use ha.I a.house warming  on Thursday night at which about 100  were piesent and a thoroughly enjoyable  time wns passed. - "  The city now has three oilers for tha  establishment of an. electric light plaut.  The lowest is said to be on a basis pf 50  cents per month per light.  I'ilkt i-  A  Well**, lhe  Miiilileii Him*..  Silver Kiii-c lli-lel iiihI lhe llailel  I'hiiir were Ilu: rhun*.  VixIK'il.  Burglars have held high carnival iu  Nelson during the past week and thus  far have escaped detection. Four houses  have beeu sacked by them and the boldness  to prove that tbey are not novices iu the  business. From what clews they left  behind, it is believed that there are ouly  two in the gang. Goods ot considerable  value have beeu left uutouched aud in  o- ly one instnircu li::ve they takeu anything tliat would lead to thoir iudeutifi-  ca!i:in.0 Constable Miles and some others  are Inin'g'lo trace the thieves audit is  lo  be hoped   that   their   quest  will be  .Salmon ttiv-r..  and still  falling at  Snow is very deep  North-Fork.  Ore from the Treasure Box assay's . 10.  in gold,, silver aud copper.  Nelson at 4:40 p. m., aud Kaslo nt . a. m.  F. J. Farley, the grocer has commenced the erection of a store building  on   Bukir streot adjoiui'g. the Maddtn  house.  Miss Scanlau, of Rossliuid, who has  beeu visiting ber sister, Mrs. Dow, of  Nelson, returned home last Thursday.  Mi_*s Sciinhui was formerly ia tbe dress-  makiug busiuess.iu this town.  The visit of the Salvation Army to  Nelson this week excited considerable  iuterest. Tho meetings were fairly well  attended and much substantial aid was  "rendered. On December 1st an army  headquarters will be established here and  the members of the post will soon become  familiar figures on the streets.  Tho Minek has established files of all  the newspapers of Kooteuay county;  Spokane, Toronto, Winuipeg, Victoria,  Vancouver nnd Seattle. . Beside these  may. be found all tho leading miuiug  papers of the country nnd Tne Mikkb  extends a cordial invitation to Nelson  people nnd to visitors to oorae in and  review them. These files, will be kept up  to date.  Over fifty members haviug been secured for thc proposed reading room, a.  general meeting will beheld on Tuesday  evening next at 8 o'clock, in tbe Chuich  of England Mission Room, for the purpose of making liual arrangements and  of ciectiug a boa-d of management. All  members, and s.JI  who are thinking of  be  successful.  Tiie first person to suffer was Mr. Johu  Johnson, proprietor of the Silver King  hotel and saloon. 'When he awoke oa  Wednesday morning he. found that burglars had eutered the saloon during the  night or morning and looted the till.  They secured about S30 iu cash, a nugget  specimen valued intrinsically ut 815 and  a w.ilcb and s mio other jewelry sufficient to make the total loss betwi-eu $80  and ������90. A further investigation revealed tho fact that two men, as shown by  foot, prints ou the snow, had forced the  window on tho side of the house which  opens into the sitting room adjoining the  saloon. .After seaming their booty, they  left in the same ' maimer that they  eutered.  Ou AVedr.osdr.y night or early Thursday moru'hg, three houses were burglarized.   They, were Gilker & Wells, tiie  i Madden boiiso and llie Pliair hotel.   Al  .Gilker   &    Wells  the   inbbers   entered  I through:the-iear door, simply-breaking a  ��������� pane of glass and turning the key which  ! was in tiie  look,   lu She till.they fouiid      So or $4 .which they  appropriated and j joining the society are urgently requested  V force of men are working the Arm-: then tried to open the safe which stands   to attend Ihis meeting.  strong aud Treasure Box nnd will con  tiuue all wiuter.  Lately some good-bonds on North Fork  property have beeu taken and things will  open with a iiish in the spring.  The Golden Giant and the Erie will  have gangs of men at work as early as  possible".  .- Crowo grants ou the'Hustler, Shamrcck,  Alexandria and .Autonia have been ob-1  taincd.   Assays show from $5 to 840 per.|  ton in gold, silver and copper.-'-  "The Feeney-Hurrison camp is*full of  activity now, the owners having been' in  possession four years aud have done considerable development.work-  in that-part of the store occupied by thc  postofiice. They were uot successful but  mixed up the combination in n manner  that caused Mr. Gilker much work before  he coukl open the safe. "As far as known  no goods were taken.  Tho Madden house had the pleasure  of c-tcrtaining these midnight visitors  when everybody ��������� was iii bed. They  effected au entrance through" the side-  window that opened into the sitting room  just back, of the'barroom. A double  ..track, oi' the snow' Showed that two men  j did the work here. - A "jimmy"'was used  in pryifg up-the window-and thc cast  iron catch on . the sash was snapped in  twain. Thc thieves took about 810 out  of the till and also an envelope contaiu-  1  A VOICE EE0M LETHBRIDGE.  ,  .       .    . ���������  ... ,  ���������     ,   ...   i propertieson which perhaps uotSSOO worth  ^L1^ ���������% =^! ii^^^iof ������* has. been'done,1 and; which it is  only oue chance "iu one" hundred" that they  will ever be worth dollar for dollar ot  the capital stock.   -   '   -  D. B. Bogle is said to have struck a  bonanza "in two Sophia mountain claims,  the Victoria and Triumph which they  bonded last week. Shipping ore -has  beeu stiuck on them within a.few feet of  the surface. In fact all Sophia mountain  claims have shown up well ou development so far, the ore running higher iu  copper than in other parts of the camp.  Ail claims within the rim* of hills that  bounds .the view from Rosslaud aie held  at such high figures that a good many  are going further afield and more attention has been paid to Murphy aud Sullivan creeks," Salmon river and the south  slope of Lookout .and Lako Mountains  than formerly.  C, AV, Callahan whoso financial backing is said to be considerable, has sent  12 men out to Murphy creek claims.  Three or four companies are preparing lo  work all winter on Salmon river or one  or the other of its brauches, and even  Christine lake claim*', almost ou the edge  of the Boundary Creek country are to bo  exploited by Rosslaud people. Machine  drills are being installed at thc rate of  about oue a week. The Commander's  started up a week ago and the Homestake  machinery is about ready as is also that  of Rossland Red Mountain. -A plaut has  been ordered for .the lt. E, Lee and Maid  of Erin and also'forthe Nest Egg which  'ifter much worry has "at last got its  crown grunt and has shipping oreinih-*  shaft.  same_-time._-was_.inadc_o!uthe_return_tripJ-l  although    the   wind   antl   waves   were :  unfavorable.     Some of- the   passengers !  kept close time with 11 view to ascertain-:  ing the speed of the boat and came to j  the conclusion that it was about the same '  as the Kokanee.   Tn  build the International looks somewhat like the Kokanee  but draws   only   three   and   a half feet  while the latter draws four feet.   This is  said to be due to the fact thht the Kokanee is double frame while.the International has but a single (mine.   ' ���������    v*  While the Internijti6naI'was*con_iiug to'  Nelson just before. 10 a.m., the Kokanee  came abreast of her "at Five Mile point  aud when   the dock   was   reached   thy  latter   was   some  distance   in  the lead.  This however is   uot taken as a test as  the International was not forced to its  greatest speed.   The new boat takes the  place of the Alberta ou the run between  Kaslo and Nelsou.  change of lime.  Thero has been uo  The Mi--!-   Mine.  The recent find of mica near Slocau  Crossing previous')- mentioned in these  columns promises t > turn out exceedingly .well. This claim (the Mica King located by C. Freer) is situated about two  and a half miles from ���������the railway track,  a few hundred yards from Slocan trail  aud is about 50!) feet hirjher than the  railway grade. Its low altitude, near  location, plenty'of timber etc. and'last  but not least its good surface showings  combine facilities not usually found in  mica mining. A few shots put in across  a face of 24 feet exposed a deposit of  mica varying from a few inches to a two  feetiu thickness extending into the rock,  'lhe specimens taken nut are very clear  and of good quality. It is understood  that some of them sent east for. inspection have been very favorably reported  on, and the owners have several offers  for the prospect. The outlook is that it  will continue improving with'development and -that Kootenay will .have'a  rich mica mine in the near future..  Wlial   is Though. ������r llie rrow'x Krsl I'mtx  Itiiuil.  Through the courtesy of C. B. Bowman  secretary of the Lethbridge' Board of  Trade, the MiNi-ii is in receipt of thc  following resolution whicli was parsed at  a meeting of that bi dy held ou Wednesday, the llth of November, 1896, and  copies have been seut to Hon. W. Laurier  nnd the Minister ot Railways.  * * * be it resolved, that in the  opinion of thi3 Board it would be for the  best interests, not only of the Territories and British Columbia, but the  -Doininiouat-lai ge-��������� that-the - projected-  railway through the. Crow's Nest Pass  should be constructed and operated by  the Government of Canada, or in the  alternative, if the former course should  be deemed impracticable c or impolitic,  aud the construction of the railway be  left to a private company, that the right  to have running power.*; over that portion of th^railway through' or at either  outlet of thCkCrow's Nest Pass shall be  preserved'-for* arty railway or railways  hereafter desiring it. to l?e "exe'reised up  on such tenns as the railway committee  of the Privy Council may deem proper.  iug S10 which had  been deposited as  bet with  Mr.  Madden.   No liquor  was  taken  and in' leaving, the  robbers, unlocked a back door aud made their escape  in that manner.  At. the Phair house early   Thursday  morning Mr. Jasper Phair heard a noise  I and thinking a fire was in progress down  town  he  got out of bed and looked out  lot' the window. He waB just in lime to  see two men who had run past the house,  disappear around the corner. AA'heti Mr.  Phair went down stairs in the morning  he found the cash register ou thn bar  counter. It had beeu opened and the  burglars finding nothing concluded to  wind up the night work with a drink.  They were moderate aud ouly took some  whiskey although some good champagne  laid within reach. Two men have been  arrested on suspicion. '   Tay ami Luuk I'lrm-aul.  Constable It. A. Wiuerals commenced  the work of collecting poll tnxes this  week and up to the present time bas  secured about fifty at 83 per bead. Prior  to Mr. AVinernls taking hold of the work  about 100 men bail beeriJcollected from.  The collector states tliat he has bad uo  trouble-yet and does not look for any. It  is oue of those tilings that have to be  paid and the easiest way out ofthe  trouble is t > pay up aud smile. The  payment 1 f a poll!a*- would probably not  be so distasteful in Nelson if the money  were used for improvements of any kind  in the towu.  Ileal h uf .Mr.������. HanniKiiMl.  Mrs. Sarah E. Hammond, nged 36,  wife of Mr. Samuel Hammond, died in  this city last Saturday night from the  effects of typhoid fever. Tlie interment  took place on Monday afternoon,-Itev.  Geo. II. Morde 1 otliciating at the grave.  Deceased leav-s - a husband and two  children to mourn her loss.  Hon.  Minister  Tlie  Ken   Mlnlxler.  Clifford   Sifton  was   sworn in  of the Interior and member of  the Pi ivy Council by Sir Henry Strong,  Chief Justice of Canada, Tuesday at  Ottawa. Hon. Mr. Sifton took change  of liis department immediately.;  H_LL MINES AND SMELTEfi.  MUST VACATE F0KTHWITH,  A .Notable VI������llor.  Hamilton Smith, the renowned mining  engineer and head representative of the  London Exploration Company will * pass  through Spokane in a day or two and all  kinds of rumors are afloat as to hisdesti-  uafoa, one being that he is to make an  examination of miues in the Kootenay.  It is said that the Rothschilds, who control the company, have au eye on several  properties here.  bonded *" the  Slucaii.  N.   Clarke   AVallace  has  Little Phil for.S20,000.   *  AV. II. Hellvar has also purchased  from W. H.'Smith the Humboldt for  81000.  ' J  The new C. P. It. boat on Slocan lake  is ta be over 100 feet in length, a stern  wheeler. ' "        -'  The llairibow, Portland, aud Lily B.  on Spriager creek have been boud.d to  Vancouver people for S30,0.'K), 20 per cent  cash.'  Four.tons are being shipped from the  Chapleau to Everett. Tho claim is on  the North Fork of Lemon river and  shows 106 ounces ia silver and  .130 in  An   Onl<r  lllmli'il   .1 gainst   All  lioveni-  ���������iienl Land Squatter*.  Stipendiary Magistrate Fitzstubbs will  today cause notices to issue against all  squatters on government .land particularly iu block 70, ordering them to  vacate forthwith. Mr. Fitzstubbs has  received 'instructions from headquarters  and is satisfied lhat he will have the  support of the government in this action.  -A-r^I.  MAIL NOTICES.  Mails close at the Nelson Post Ollice  as follows: For Spokane and all U. S.  points]' Victoria, Rossland, 'Trail Creek  and AVaueta, at 0 p.m. on -week days and  \'l noon on Suuday.  For" Revelstoke, Nakusp, Robson,  Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver aud  all "C.P.R. points East and Wesl, on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8.')0  a.m.  ; For Kaslo. Ainsworth, Pilot Bay,  Balfour,. Sandon, Th**ee Forks and New  Denver at 3 p.m. on Monday, AVednesday,  and Friday, and at S a.m. on Tuesday,  Thursday aud Saturday.  .   On and after October 0th, all mail matter for Quebec, Ontario, ana  the North  west  exce  mail  will be received daily by same route  that all matter  for  i:\lia   Fine ore Irom tlie .Mine.���������Work oil  the I'ni'iin.e  The coucrete foundation for the now  blast furnace of the Hall Mines smelter  is now'nearly completed but a week will  be required for the drying of the concrete  before any building cau be done. The  columus aud deck plates are 011 the  grouud aud all the rest of thc niachinery  is on theroad and is almost daily expected to arrive, It will still be five or six  weeks before the furnace will be completed and the capacity of the smelter  will be raised to 330 tons per day, the  new furnace adding 200 tons.  At present the tramway is up to the  mines. The smelter is now handling  from 110 to 120 tons per day and the  output of the r..iues is at present only  about SO or 00 tons per day. Much  energy is- now being devoted to extending  the main tunnel of the mine and making  ready to sink new ���������shafts-; from it. By  the time the new furnace is in operation  tlio mines will be in a position to put  out betweeu .200 and 300 tons per day  aud thc balance ot the capacity of the  plant will be taken up with commeicial  work. During thc past week tiie ore  from the Hall Miues has been unusually,  good," that is, it is much richer thau the  average that has been taken out in the  past.  The new roaster" furnace . is nearly  completed and is only wailing now for  fire brick to finish the lire box. The ilue  for the roaster which is lo connect with  the big stack is uuder construction.and  rapidly nearing completion.  The" reverbenitory furnace is within  three or four days of completion but  like the roaster it is now waiting for the  arrival of fire brick. Everything is in  first class condition and work progresses  smoothly. ... . 1"  ' The assay office ,is "still busy with _ut-i  side ores which have'been submitted and :  the outlook i>, that when the new furnace j  which will be interchangeable for lead,  in  operation,  that a gn  Clime t������ Blown.  -Bealtiepnuungei-of'tbe-Siocau^-  Townsite Company, and W. Brnndou  came to blows last week.' It appears  that the latter caused a wharf to be constructed, ou land owned by tbe townsite  company and as it was in the way Mr.  Beattie, on Friday morning caused it to  be removed. In the afternoon Mr. Brandon walked iuto the oilice with blood in  his eye and as he used abusive language  Mr. lieattie jumped him. There was a  lively "scrap" and after it was over Mr. ,  Braudon combed his hair with his fingers,  straightened out his uose. and departed,  somewhat sadder aud wiser.  '.'HUJtCII   NOTIUKS.  Sii.viMV 22nd November, 18S0.������-  Ouiii'.n of E.vcr_,AM>. Matins 11 a.m.  Even Song, 7.30 p. m. Holy Communion at Spin.  PuE.siiY-KitiAN* Giiukoh., Services ut  11 a. in. and 7.30 p. in. Sunday School  at 2.30. Pi aver meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  ' Ro.MAS* Catholic Cii.kch.     Mass  111 .  Nelson on first nud last Sundays in  the  month. ' Sandon   second   Sunday   and  Kaslo third Suuday.        *.  Methodist Gironc:n. Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at 11  a. m. and 7 30 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Prayer meeting ou Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  THE WEATHER.  On Monday last the weather turned  cold, and there have been severe frosts  every night since.     Last night snow fell.  tiikhmomktkr.  Nov,  15  lli-  17���������  18-  10���������  20-  21-  Max..  ...ol0   Min ������i  ...15������ * l'Jo  ..:������)= .-.-- 180  .. 25=  -Uo  ���������_W->  .....12 =  .������4=  12=  Y..ii������ ������������������������������������������������������ 9 =>  These readings are taken at . a. rn. and con*  seqiiently represent   the  highc.t  and lowet^t  est provinces will be dispatched daily 1 ore will be handled. The smelter p<  tcept Suudav, via Spokaue. AVash.^aud ; are very eager for the construction o  mil  from  tlie above mentioned  points i Crow's  Nest Pass road and the bnil  gold.  AV. IL Hellvar and AV. H. Smith have *- The hours of the money order  bonde.1 from R. N. Clay his half iu'eiest saviugs bank department of the  in   the Hidden Treasure, Boulder and  office are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  it deal of SJccau i temperature (Isirintt the preceding! houra.  smelter peonle  f the . .     , .  ldiug ���������    There has been a change in the nrnv-  i of the  branch from the crossir-g into tbe ' iug aud  leaving time of the trains on the  ..      .    'Plocan.   It will greativ Licilimtd matters 1 Nelson A. Fort .Sheppard  railway.  It   is imperative; th;u all matter  for , aud permi(, .the handling of much more 1 No. 1  Registration should be -landed in half an   Qre ' j 5 p.m  hour previous to closing of the mails.       ;     ^ ]arge [illtijtiull  is being built to Mr.  t'liaime in Time.  in the  :raius 1  Train  now arrives" at 5.20 p.m. instead of  and train No. 2 leaves at 9 a.m.  instead of 8 40 a.m. ' Freight train No. 17  and  post  Sicotte's ioonrdiug house  and  the building generally is being put  in goo_l shape for the -winter.5  he smelter '; arrives at 3.35 p.m.  freight train  No."  instead of 8 a.m.  instead of 3 p.m. and  18 leaves at 8.20 a.m. THE  MINER, NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .21,-1896.  Wxt fitter.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed t any address iu Canada or  the Uni'ed Stales 'or one year on receiptof  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRAC7 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $3per column inch, per  month.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of 13 cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, audio cents per line for  each subsequent insertion. Advertisements  running Jor shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  aLL 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 fim -rate style at  the shortest notice  ADDR-SS  f h-Min-R Printing. * publishing Co  NELSON,    B.C.  AMES HOLDEN CO.  Make First Class  Boots       *  and  *,*'.    Shoes  For /liners & Prospectors  (418)  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21,18*98  Talk of a smelter in Spokane has been  revived once more. It is to be hoped  something definite will result this time.  Kaslo has cause to be proud of its uew  boat the International. It remains to be  seen, however, "of what stuff she is  made."  The way sonx* papers attack the C. P.  R. seems to be a little unjust. The  members of that corporation are not a  band of thieves although some of the  papers seem to think so.  The Trail Creek News is to have a new  city editor who is described as a"hustler,"  The rapid growth of the News would lead  one to, believe that there ha. beeu some  of tbat material in tbe News oflice all the  time.  Public opinion .on the mainland has  now been evoked to such au extent "that  we believe British Columbians will never  countenance the building of a railway  line to the mining-country which is rot  controlled by tbe people���������The Province  The silver supporters of the United  States must have made a mistake. - A  number of days have passed sines election and yet no silver miues have shut  down. On the contrary silver has an upward tendency and the business of the  country seems to be steadily improving.  If the People's Railway in British Columbia is successful what a boom it would  give the single taxers below the liue.  They have always believed in the government, ownership o** all railroads and  would be glad to see us take the initiative.  Burglars have had-a regular harvest  -dnring-thepast-week-and unless precau--  tions are taken there are liable to be  many more-robberies before the wiuter is  over. Mining towus' as a rule have  inadequate police protection and rough  characters are not slow to take advantage  of it.    "-.--.'  The.effort on tbe part of lhe Rev. Mr.  Akehurst and others to.establish a reading room'in towu is n praisewoithy one  ' and should be given hearty support-by  the peonle of Nelson^ Precautious have  been taken to avoid a similar mistake to  the one that was made two years ago. A  detailed account of the project appear., in  another column. ,* -      .  WASHINGTON FLOODS.  The State of Washington is having a  terrible time with floods and iu some districts land transportation has been almost  entirely cutoff. This unfortunate state  of aifairs has existed a number of days  and the loss will sum far up in the millions. North Yakima and Seattle seem  to have suffered most and in thc White  river aud Snohomish valleys many  people have beeu ruined and rendered  homeless. The Snohomish "river has  become a raging torrent and has in undated the country for mile3 around. The  destruction of property has been great  and houses, barns and other buildings  have itoated down the stream. It is  unfortunate thnt the water cannot be  controlled and these disastrous floods  averted, The watersheds of both the  Snohomish and AVhite rivers are so great  that a heavy snow followed by a sudden  thaw produces such gigantic volumes ot  water that human ingenuity is unable to  cope . with. ir. Natural channels are not  sufficient to carry off the unusual body  of water and in consenuence the settlers  and railroads must suffer. AVhile this  district is not free from floods they are  not as destructive ai those of the Sound  country.  BUY CLOTHES AT HOME.  There has been some complaint in regard to Nelson' people sending .broad for  the clothes they wear, the system employed being to give representatives of  Toronto houses, orders for suits, selected  from samples shown to them. It seems  that Nelson houses should be entitled to  this trade. It is hardly fair for a man to  seek the patronage of the public in bis  line of business and then refuse to give  a tailor or a clothing man his patronage.  Our merchants are obliged to pay heavy-  rent s and employ expensive help and if  money is unnecessarily withdrawn from  general circulation by sending it away,  business in all lines proportionately suffers. Competition will always regulate  local prices.  WHAT WILL HE DO?  About one ot the first things Major  McKinley will be called upon to do after  taking the oath as President of the  United States will be to receive a delegate  from Hawaii and at ouce announce his  position in regard to tbe annexation of  the islands. The political power in  Hawaii favoriug the adoption of the islands by America has been by no means  idle since their last defeat and for that  matter neither have the anti-annexation-  ists, though the latter, since tbe severe  lesson they received a year, ago, are very  circumspect. Ex-Queen Lilliokalaui has  beeu fully pardoned by the protectorate  and is believed to be as full of .schemes  for her restoration as ever. It is thought  the republican leaders will bring great  pressure to bear on Major McKinley.  RESULTS INSISTED ON  Geueral AA'ej'ler bas been given to understand by the Spanish government  that unless he pushes operations against  the Cuban insurgents and soon achieves  a decisive victory, he will be recalled.  Spain wants the question settled before  December 7, the date of the meeting of  the American congress. The position  Grover Cleveland will take iu regard to  Cuba in his message to that body will be  largely determined by news received before that date and Spain fears adverse  action. AVeyler has about 10 per cent, of  his righting forces laid up in the hospitals  and will certainly have to work hard, to  accomplish much before December 7.  Spokane county has-a real, live ghost.  It, is located near Mt. C.irltou nnd moans  and wails w.en twilight shadows gather.  A number of farmers have heard the  ;blobd curdling sounds but as they had  lost no ghosts they did not stop to investigate. Thay are willing and eager to  tackle a "pesky-bear" or a "tarnation  catamount" but they draw the line at  spooks.  The Spokesman-Review' has a report "of  ii race between the Kokanee and Inter-  natioiial ahd says that the former wears  the broom. This is slightly premature  as the 'so-called race was only a little  brush from Five Mile Point. If tbe  Kokanee is entitled to wear a broom for  winning this race, it could at best be  only a whisk broom and that wonld not  look very big when nailed to the mast  head.  The fear of the Kootenaian that smelters would be built at "Vancouver if .the  0. P. R. controlled the Crow's Nest Pass  road, seems to have been already realized.  W. R. Rust in a receut interview' published in the Spokesman-Review, says  that the work of construction of a new  smelter at Vancouver will be commenced  in 30 or 00 days and thnt they expect ores  almost exclusively . from Trail Creek,  Slocan, Rossland, etc.  Spokane is between the "devil and tbe  deep sea." She is uncertain ^.whether to  let her populace wade through rainature  rivers at street crossings or to <put an  additional burden on the shoulders of the  tax payers by paving the streets. It is  said that Hell is paved with good intentions and from nil accounts it is a permanent and lasting pavement. Spokane  would be able to see a way out of her  predicament if she could find a pavement  as cheap and a3 durable.  The Inland Sentinel urges the owners  ' of mining properties on Coal Hill to prepare a number of cabinets of specimens  of their ores and place them on exhibition in this city, Victoria, Spokaue, A'an-  couver and Rossland.. As so many-  investors visit the places named the  Sentinel ' argues that - their attention  would thus , be called to the Kamloops  district. It advocates assays by the  Provincial assayer and printed descriptions of property, etc.  The" eastern papers generally have  given such prominence to the fairy story  of J. G." Devlin, known throughout the  West Kootenay as the -'Gunner from  Galway," that an influx of fair maidens  may be expected throughout the country.  Devlin, in interviews in Toronto, stated  that girls were a rare article iu the Kootenay and thousands could obtain .rich  husbands or splendid positions by emigrating to the promised land. Although  the story has been denied by all the  papers of this "country, .letters, come  ! every day, addressed both to business men  j and newspapers, sent by'.would be inptors  ! of husbands and homes.  GAZETTE NOTICES.  IFrom the B. C. Gazette of 12th Nov.. 189G] _  NKW  INCORPORATIONS.  Bonanza Mountain Gold Mining Co.,  Ld. Capital 81,500,000 in 91 shares.  Head office iu Grand Forks. Directors,  Frank Griffin, AVm. Dircksen, F. H;  Knight, Charles Hay, Neil McCallum,  all of Grand Forks.  Ethel Group Gold Miniug Co., Ld.  Capital.. $1,500,000 in Si shares. Head  office, liossland. Directors; J. Fyfe of  Acton, Ontario; E. L. Clark, AVilliain  Cumtniug, nnd John AV. Moore, all of  Rossland. :  Grand Forks Gold Mining Co., Ld.  Capital, $1,500,000 in SI shares. Head  oilice, Grand Forks. Directors; II. A.  Henderson, J. A. Elliott. Wm. K. AVhite,  L. R. Perrine and J. K. Johnson, all of  Grand Forks.  Montezuma Gold Mining Co., Ld.  Capital, Sl.OOO.OOO iu 81 shares. Head  oilice, Rossland. Directors; R. C. MacDonald, J. G. Houghton, George E. Toms  J. W. Boyd, N. L. Jackson, all of ltoss-  land.  Two' Friends Mine, Ld. Capital,  $240,000 in 800,000 shares, 30 cents each.  Head office, Vancouver." Directors; P.  W. Evans, C. T. Dunbar, F. C. Innes, C.  C. Bennett, all ot Vancouver.  OF GEKEEAL INTEREST.  The Novelty Gold Mining Compauy  elected officers for the ensuing year last  Monday, John A. Finch, president; C. J.  McCraig, vice-president; M R. Galusha,  treasurer and E. C. Gore, secretary. The  Novelty is a promising mine on Red  Mountaiu and as the company has $4,000  in its treasury it will continue work  all winter. The superintendent is John  Moynahan, formerly superintendent of  the Le Roi.   .  TheColonna, situated on Monte Cristo  Mountain, has been sold to a syndicate of  Montreal capitalists. The mine carries  a fair percentage of gold nud the heaviest  copper ore in the camp. It is about the  same as tbe Josie was at the same stage  of development.  An interest in tbe I. X. L. group of  mines on Clugstone creek, near Colville,  has been'sold to a London firm for .25,-  000. Development work will be commenced next month, enough having beeu  done to show capital what a splendid  property it is.  Last Monday tbe directois of tbe Cariboo Mining Compauy declared a dividend  of 817,000 or two cents per share, payable  December 7. This' is the twelfth dividend since. February, 1895, altogether  Sl-5,.401.34. The property has been  thoroughly developed nnd consists of two  claims��������� tbe Catiboo and Amelia.  AVhile thawing out dynamite on the  Rouud Hill claim on Cariboo creek,  Charles Berger nnd Crist Miller. were  instantly killed through its explosion.  The bodies were fearfully mangled aud  tbe cabin blown to atoms.  The Idaho- companv has just declared  and paid a dividend" of 820,000. The  Idaho is a well known Slocan mine and  has been paying monthly dividends for  some time.  A new issue of Colonna stock bas beeu  placed on the eastern market at 15 cents.  In two years the Cariboo miue at Camp  McKinuey, witb only a ten stamp mill  has turned out $220,000 in gold bulliou.  The Liberals of Kamloops hove forwarded an invitation to Hon. Israel Tarte  minister of public  works, to visit Kam  loops before leaving tbe coast.  Gold has been discovered in Algorua,  east of Lake Nipigou, about 300 miles  north of the Bainy river mines.   -  A carload of horses was shipped from  Portage La Prairie to Belgium last week  to be used by tbe Belgian cavalry.  Horseless carriages are to be tried  next week by the postal authorities io  the collectionof mails in New York city.  Tbe result is anxiously awaited by the  carriers.  llla/.iiiK .Stars Fell.  - Butte,' Montana, was visited last Suuday morning about 5 o'clock by a vivid  meteoric shower, lasting about an hour.  It commenced with a shower of shooting  stars, ending up in a perfect rain of blazing balls of lire which made everything  as bright as a day in June. The phenomena was foretold by astronomers,  they occurring at '.title about every  thirty years.  rKOFCSSIOtiAI. CHIPS.  ---R.-HARRISON, -BAKRISTEI*,--:NO-  _l.  -tnry Public, Slocan City. .154  GKO.   A.  H.   HALL.    PHYSICIAN   AND  Surgeon,   Office C. & IC- Building,  up  stair.. [350]  L. GKIMMETT, LI,. B., BARRISTER.  ���������   Solicitor, Notary Public, Ktc, Sandon  -.        ' (131)  ASSAYING.      ROBBINS&   LANG.    AS-  saycrH  to   War Eagle  and  Associated  Companies, Host-land (3.*.)  S" NORMAN & CO.. MINING AND STOC*".  ��������� Brokers, Hotel Spokane. Spokane, Wash.  Telephone 627. [40_J  MAHON. JIcFARLANI) & MAHON. LTD.,  Mining and Share Brokci., Vancouver,  11. C.   Member*. Stock KxchaiiKC. 330  SIBBALD AND l'EASK, GENERAL  ComuiisKion and Fowarding Agents,  Wholesale Jobbers in Groceries and Provisions  Kevelstoke Station.- (302)  LIONEL C. BARFF, Mining Biokcrof tho  Victoria Stock Exchange of British Columbia. Ld. Lbty. OlMce, 32 Langley street,  Victoria. B. C. * 37.  GEO. SHEDDEN. STOCK AND SHARE  Broker, Victoria, B. C. (Member of the  13. C. Slock Exchange of Victoria.) Clients  interests carefully guarded antl hcttlcmcnU  promptly made. Shares at Intent quotations.  -' 355  Do You Want To Borrow.  It is as easy tb pay off a Loan on our plan a.s  it is. to pay rent. A $500 loan costs $7.50 per  month und pays off principal and interest in  8 years, other sums 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  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW MILL  Nelson   Office  and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Builder-i  are invited to inspect my  stock of  Rough   and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles,  Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDKRS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  G. O.  HUchai)*.)  413  FOR SALE.  BAKER ST  Two Lota with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  (03 v*. J. ������. itlcluoa. Baker SI.  ANTOINE MAURIN.  Gleaning: ni _������������������.*._._,  Dry Goods. Clothing, Etc-.  NKW AMU SMlOKiD HAM'.  NELSdisT :    B. C.  (293)  Money to Loan  Birbeck Investment,  Security & Sayings Co.  Arthur R. Sherwood,  AGENT,  .to Nelson, B. C.  Enjoy Life  Outdoors  WITH A SLED, CUTTER OR  TOBOGGAN.  SNOWSHOES FOR MOUNTAIN  OR CLUB.  ROYAL HOTEL,  Cor. Sliiulry and Silica Street*.  NELSON, -    ...     - 8. C  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  FURNITURE   ENTIRELY  NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  peM locution in Town.   Ileimtirnl Views-  Bar  now   Open  and  Stocked with  .'- Choice Liquors and Cigars. ./  " Unequalled in Kootenay.  Give us "a trial and   be   Convinced.  Don't Complain  That you can't get as good apples in Nelson as you get  back home. I have all varieties of Ontario apples in barrels. Also 40,000 pounds of Shu swap potatoes and all kiiids  of vegetables. Also something new. Rub no more. Sterling Washing Compound makes no suds, suds do not clean;,  full directions on each package. Call and get a free sample of Sterling Washing Compound.  C. KAUFFMAN, The Grocer.  Telephone 26. Cor. Baker and Josephine St_.       4.8  Thos. Dunn ^ Co., L'd.  DEALERS IN  ������  i' Al ILL  ;    UAK AMU SUKET 1ROX, IIIIKKKS' I'M KK, ItAK AMI   Ml Ml *TI__KI.,  Ml* I* US' SHOVELS. UIKK KIII'KS, 1HAMLLA  KOF.8,  UYV-MITL   HISK AMI t'AI'.S.  8OLE AGENTS FOR THE .OI 11/*-** I/O 11   \/CD  CINNABAR MINING  CO.'S        yUlVrxOlLVl.r.i  Write for Quotations. Cahle Address. "Dunn."  (133) ���������v-^__rsrcoTj^r_B_R_ _b. o.  THE MCDOWELL ATKINS WATSON  CO., L'TD  (--------WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Right.   Prompt attention to all orders.  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co  IO AND 12 OORDOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE STREET. V/AM_Oni IX/ETD    B    I*******  417 HASTINGS STREET 127   VMni/UUVER,   D.   V/n  Christmas will soon be here.  Make   your   wife a present  ���������of  a���������  KARN   PIANO  ���������or   a���������  DROP   CABINET  SEWING    MACHINE.  CHERBO & BOOT*}.  i-WI.  Clarke Hotel,  Josephine St,, Nelson.  Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughout with the  electric light. Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for boarders.  Tbe llnr Is supplied with ���������h������|c������nt Bra������4-  ������r Liquor* uml Cigar*.  a  MRS. CLARKE,  Late of Eoyal Hotel, Calgary  KELLY, DOUGLAS <& 00.  VAN-COUYER, B.C  WHOLESALE    GKOCKKS    AND   DIRECT  IMPORTERS FROM  China;   India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groceries, Cigars, CiRarottes,  .   Tobaccos, Ktc.  .  _���������*.<>ui|*< Attrmthm (��������� ill Order..   ���������  -[3������1  NELSONJ-OTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed VV. J. G. Dickson  local agent for addition A to the town-  site of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots or parties wishing information,  plans or price list of the addition will  please apply to him.  too F. C. INNES.  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  OFFICE:  NELSON   AND   BOSSLAND, B. O.  HO.  MttHKO. AttKKTg.  THOMSON   STATIONERY   OO. LD.  NELSON,       -        -        -       B. C,  also VANCOUVER. (3C.J  W. J. G.  DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  NELSOlSr, B. C.      [335]  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  -.vsi. ra.\ce and .. -  COMMISSI-}*. AUEl-iT.  VICTORIA ST., NELSON, B. O.  914  SILVERWARE  . Three times the stoclf of  last Christmas to select  from and articles many  times more choice.'  AT PRICES FOR ALL  At tUcob poVer9s9        Nelsoi), p. C.  (240)  Fire Proof.  *3fc&  Saturate the average shoe in sriow water,  throw it beside a stove or heater to dry, and  you've got a burnt up parody,���������comfortable  as a metal shoe. Ill treat thus a chrome  tanned Slater Shoe, and it comes out smiling,  pliant, .tough and smooth as before.  Can be: boiled Half an hour witfiouTinj-ry.  Is sweatproof and waterproof. Goodyear  Welt. JS350, $4.5o,$5.5o. Stampedonsoles.  C-T4L0GUC  race  "The Slater Shoe  .������  I'lLKMt *. WKLI.K, Siilc AcchIm for V-.ltmn. ('Kt'K* IIKOS., .tKcnt* ill Knxlo.  HIJKTKK HBO*., anil KKKIIKICK .1 I'll,, ,������|j<iil������ ul Ko-'.xl.iiiil.  .     ��������� c .172'  RUBBERS! RUBBERS!  RUBBERS!!  All   Kinds,   Shapes,   Sizes  and   Prices  Just Opened.  Don't Forget our Clearing Sale of Ladies  Goods.  The P. 0. Store.    GILKER k WELLS.  _srsXiSO_sr <_. .pilot ._3.____.-5r,    =  JUST AR_UyEp-_-_-~  Plum Puddings," American and English. . Sardines in  Oil, Butter, Tomatoes. Anchovies in Oil, .Anchoyie and  Bloater Paste. . Machonochies Bloaters, Digby Chicks,  Deviled, Fresh, Kippered and Spiced Herrings. A  Full Line of Crosse & Black-well's Goods, and,, Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits.  Hudson's Bay Company,  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  (25 THE MINER/NELSON, U C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1.396  ���������tlfaMauAi  EKSESIISS  PROPOSED READING ROOM.  It   Mill   Sunn  he   IMiilillsli-*<l im  linker  Strerl.  A 1 airly -'ell atte i."ed meeting was  held on Tuesday ev_'**_g in the Church  of England Mission Room for the purpose of organizing a reading room in  town. A draft cou_titmion was received  iiml laid over for furl I er consideration.  A committee iviis nppi inted lo secure  members, at least iilty being required,  paying a monthly sul scription of fifty  cents eiicii. to cover tlie current expenses  of the iustitution. A membership roll  was opened nnd .si.it..i> members secured  al t!in clo.se <<i 1 he im <'i ng, while several  donations wore promi.ed towards the  initial expenses.  ll in piu|i<)M(.ii 10 take a room on linker  street -wliicli cau be used by members for  sin )kii*-.. lending ami quiet recreation.  Meu, over llie age of eiihteen, are eligible  for iiiritilici'K_ii|>, ihhI ar soon us the com-  ii.itt.<> lias sreured e:ioi gh names on the  roil, a n-i/i'ial meeting will be called to  float llie f-cliriue.  A LIVELY RUNAWAY.  Do you  use  E. B.Eddy's  Matches ?  MINING TRANSFERS.  Who ro no oonsidoiation  is named in transfers  Mie nominal Mini otSl is to bo understood.)  New Denver.  Nov 2���������  Hida and louda���������B Carter to T Sloan.  y. $50.  Same claims���������T Sloan to D Sloan, y.  Silver Baud���������J L Forrester to Silver  Band Co. }$.  Silver Baud���������C J Kelly Silver Baud  Co. 1-16.  Same���������E B Marvin to same Co, 1-1G.  S.mie��������������� ������ Hidges lo same Co, i.  Same���������E l"* Smith to same Co. y.  Same���������11 Eilin to same C.i, j}.  Bonnie Doon, Empiie and Frankfort���������  G C Cook to M L Grim melt. hi-.  Monday aud Sunshine Fractions���������\V  11 Yawkey to Sunshine Co.  P of A���������D C Clark to ������ P O'Neil.  Blue Bird aud 11 iwdeu���������J L Montgomery, D C Corbin, J _. Baker to \V S  Norman, $10.  P ot A���������H W Forster lo G Alexander.  Kuth,  Hope, Kuth Fraction, Despair  and Wyoming���������D C Clark et al to H W  Forster, %.  Nov 3���������  Potomac-J J Kaffertv to J William-on  M*  D Graham. J Slater claim pari of Standard No 5 ground.  Kuth Fraction -W H McVay to D  Clark, 1-0,  Kilo, Susan G i, aud h in Olmn���������\V S  Cone to V Strolin and \V Harris.  Bother l-U, E iiml Hi. and Basaelt ���������"���������,--  W Harris t.i FSlrolm.  Susan M, Ibex aud Haven���������W L Potter to F Strohn.  Central-,'-,', Bed Fox U'-C M Gething  toD Whitely. S'212.  Central aud Bed Fox -D Whitely lo K  Cooper. $1,000.  Humbolt���������W II Smith to W H Ilell-  yaid. $1000. ���������  Boulder-W H Crawford to It N Clay.  ' Hidden Treasure���������C Fuss to K N Clay,  -J_* '  Cody Siar���������1' Murrv to J Djck-teader,  %,  .501..  Cody Star���������A B Hocksteader, W Callaghan to P .furry, -'.(, StOO.  Maidin���������.1 C Eaton to F A Hcuneberg,  V.. ������������������    -  "Mardin���������J C Eaton to \V C Price, %.  Crusader, Boulder and Hidden Treasure���������R N Clay to \V H Hellynrd aud W  H Smith, bond on _, Sji 12,500,20 per cent  ca_!i.  Kilo, Superior, Bother aud Park���������W  Harris, F Strohn to J Wolff, 1-6.  Grover and Stevenson���������D M Drum-  heller to J L Drnmheller.  Cosmo Exchange aud Lucky Fraction  ���������D C Lewis, F M SoKelle to 1? C limes,  agreement.  Glen���������A E McLennan to A Doheny, *>  P of* A���������A H Bremner to D Bremner.  Vietoria-^G D McMartin, B M Walton  to W K Leighton aud G D Scott, y.  Nov 6��������� o  -"r-Showfiake���������AV-Clough-"to-J-N-Blackf  H-  Snowflake���������,J N Black to N Lewis, y.  K veil a���������E Shaunou to J H Currie; y. *  Nov"7���������  '  Edmonton aud Tit Bits���������CSandisou to  J A McDouell, bond, *_0,0<)0.  Silver Leaf���������E Shannon to M McNish,  Silver L.af���������E Shannon lo G H Wood-  ley, i.  Willa���������Sarah " Eslerhruoks to W Wc  Spinks, agreement. '���������-  Cable, Det.inark, Stanton, Rocky  Mountain���������F  Hansen "to I* A McDougal  '' Iron Horse���������C Auder.oa to 11 McDon-  .1   .Ililh   Vimon  Is   Wvrrliirii.il   unal   the  CuiilenlH  LohI.  A lively aud somewhat disastrous runaway occurred AVeduesday miirniug on  Latimer street. A team belonging to C.  F. Etter became 1'iightened and ran away  and at tlie co: uer of Stanley street collided with Mr. Hurry's milk wagon. The  front wheels of thc truck, being duigged  by the rnnaway horse.; struck aud over-  '.urned the wagon and spilled the milk in  the street. The jar of the collision broke  the trucks away Irom thc runaways and  lhey continued down the street with the  whiflletrecs draggiug on the ground i.nd  fright.uiug them to gienter speed. A  peculiar feature of the'accident was lhat  the horses at Inched lo the milk wa^oi'  looked calmly upou the wreck and uevei'  offered to stir.  Llultl anal Power Coinp_.nl-"..  The British Columbia Power ami Light  Compauy has published a nolice stating  that application will be'made to lhe next  legislative assembly for^antliority to develop water power on the Pend d' Oreillt-  aud other rivers aud streams in British  Columbia for the purpose' of supply iufc'  electric power and lights throughout  West Kootenay ami to construct all such  dams, etc. as may bo necessary.  Notice has been giveu that ihoCu*ca;lc  Water, Power aud Light Company will  apply to lhe next legislative assembly for  power to use as much water from Bonn  day Creek, Kettle river and the Ncrili  Fork' of Kettle river as wi!i be nquiicd  (o geuerale elect.-icily to siipji'v ligh*,  heat and power williiu a iad:u_ nf lorly  miles from Grand Forks.  ku������li>-    ���������  Nov 6-  Ladv ot the Lake nnd Hamburg���������\V  P Robinson, sheriff, to F O Berg, $35**.  Black Hills���������A D Williams to W I.  Leighton, 82,000.  Gibson aud Palouse���������M Hicks to Gibson Alining and Milliug Co. all his int.,  '213,750 shares in said Co.  Same claims���������F E Lowery, E W lal-  bot, F T Bradford, C Sheel and Madison  Hicks to same Co. all int., 050,000 shares  in said company.  Congress-1-6, E D Baker 1-3 F B  Roge-u to W E Ellis, $450.  Nov 9-  Looby���������A Looby to T E Devlin, >4'.  - Toronto���������H B Ingram to D W Moore  and J Waugh, }������.  Falls View���������E Eyi to L-W Toms, #.-  J J Shallcross to W S.Drewery; special  power of attorney.  Commonwealth, Sutton and Republic���������  T E  Proctor.   W  S Brewery, J J Shallcross to J It Robertson, bond,!_40,000.  Nov 12-  Silver Bow and Headlight���������J Mnthe-  son to W H Adams, }_.  Same claims���������J Matheson to J L  Mitchell, }i.  Cariboo���������Z Montgomery and G Koous  to J B Sargent, .500.000.  Madge-A W Shaw to J Elliot, %.  New .-|)|>i>liitm-':il*. _.  The LieuUiiiiiit-GoTeiior has m.i'le  the 1'ollowiiu' appointments:- Win. McMillan of Trail, .Justice of the Peace for  Koolenay County. W. G. McM/iv of  Midway, registrai deputy nf Yah* County  Court. JotOph D < irahain of Kevelstoke,  Stipendiary Magis! ia!e of that portion uf  West--Kooteuay ili'ctornl -distiict, cou-  tainpd withiu Revelstoke, Illeeillewaet.  Liudesm and Tront Lake Mining I>ivi  sions. E. 1-5. Chinman of Kaslo, police  magistrate of Kaslo.  I'lie .tilvHiu-e of Lciiil.  The opinion is general that the rapid  advance of lead is due almost entirelyto  the anticipated results of the election,  and while owners of lead mines will  proceed cautiously, waiting to see some  indications of a permanent rise, the situation is*:a hopeful one, and there was a  general uplifting of spirits yesterday  among silver-lead tuners, whose settlements were made on the basis of the  advance, giving them nearly 6 per ceut  more thau they had expected.���������Denver  Republican.  -  A _|ieel������l Med In...  A special general meeting of the shareholders of the Two Fiiends Mining Co.  will be held at the oflice of the company,  "538"'Hasting3_st recvrVancou ve r"on~__"on~  day, December 12, to consider a proposal  to diap'-se of the assets of the .compauy.  Ineri'iixetl lis Stork.  The Lanark Consolidated Mining and  Smeltiug Company has published a  notice in the oflieial Gazette to the effect  that at a meeting of the shareholders  held the '22nd cf September, 18%, at the  company's otlice iu Vancouver, it was  'decided unanimously to increase lhe  capital stock from 8200,0.0 to .375,000.  A \ew Hotel.  Mr. T. S. Shank has commenced the  construction of a hotel at Salmon Siding,  two and one-half miles from North Fork.  Mr. Shank will.soon be in a position to  give good accommodatiou to travelers aud.  ���������will be filliug a long felt want. There  has been considerable travel through,  that district and heretofore there has  been no accommodation whatever. The  outlook is ihiit Mr. Shank will do a good  business.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby giveu that application will be made to the Parliament of  Canada at ils next session for an act to  incorporate a company with power to  construct, (.quip, operate aud maintain,  either standard or ijarrowJgauge railways,  for the purpose of conveying passengers,  freight and ore from a point at or uear  ltevelsloke, on the Canadian Pacific rail-:  road, thence noithward following the  valley of the Columbia river to a point at  or uear the junction of Canoe river; aud  with power to construct, equip, operate  and maintain brauch lines aud all necessary bridges, roads. way'si"* ferries,  wharves, dock?, aud coal bunkers; and  with power to build, own, equip, operate  and maintain steam aud other vessels and  boats; and with power to build," equip,  operate and maintain telegraph aud telephone lines iu connection with the said  railways aud branches, and to generate  electricity for the'supply of light, heat  and power; and with power to expropriate  lands for tbe purposes of the company,  and to acquire lands, bonuse., privileges  or other aids from any government, municipality orother pei sous or bodies corporate, and to make'tratlic or other arrangements with railway, steamboat or otlier  companies; and with power to build  wagon roads to be used in construction  of such railways, und iu advance of the  same, and to levy and collect tolls from  all parties using and on all freight passing over any such mads built by the  company, whether built before or after  the passage of the act hereby applied for,  and with all other usual, necessao, or incidental rights, powers or privilege's as  may be necessary' or incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above  ! objects, or anv of them.  j    Dated at the city of Victoria this 14th  ��������� dav of November. A. D. 18������t>.  i     ' HUNTER & DUFF,  ��������� 465.21-11.(5  Solicitors for the Applicants.  KOOTENAY   LAKE    GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons contributing $i.o_  per month or Sio.oo per year will  be.entitled to receive the full benefits of the Hospital; in addition the  Sio.oo subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting- at the annual  election of directois.  A. H. CLEMENTS,  Treasurer  Nelson,  B. C, August   14th,   1S96.  (419)  STATE ORE  Sampling Works  I-. S. I1AILV, 1-rost  JOS. MONNIG, Sec  Established  1880. _  A general Oro Market." LarRej-t Works  ir  Colorado.   Jfodern Mill* and  ���������Machinery al  Denver, Idaho Springs, anil Iilnck  Hawk.  ORE SOLD ON COMPETITIVE BIDS  Write for our reference book.   Addrc.-s  -    STATE 0SE SAMPLING CO.  Gold Bullion nought.   347       Denver, Colorado.  COLUMBIA & VESTERN RT.  Time Table in Eli'ert June 2.  No. 2 passenger li'iives 1  Arrives1 Tn.il   Nn. I pns>ciu;cr leu vex 1  Arrives Tri.il   N'o. .'5 Leaves Trail   Arrives ll.ss.iin.l.  N'o. 1 Leaves Trail. .-���������  Arrives l{os_-laml..  A'.l trains run daily on  Coiiiieclinns: Columbia  Navigation Compaiij 's  Falls & Northern Railw  Canadian Purine ltnilwr  'oss'and  ossliuul  7:00 a.m  7:15 p 111  ;(:U(I p.m   .1:00 p.n-      !):������) a.n.    10;C(I a.m   .'. 5:flu p. 111   5:15 p.m  Paeifie standard lime  & Kooleiny. Steam  'tenniboiU.3. Spokane  ay via Nortliport and  iv via Revelstoke.  -  WHEN IN KASLO STOP AT  The O.ijiripic  KOOliS    I'l.ASTKKICII   IX   HAKII    FIMsll.  NI'MI-V ITItMSUMI. 455  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS  It. 8. GALLOP, Prop.    FfiOKT ST., KASLO. B. C*  Notice of Application for Liquor License.  -VTOTI.E IS 1IKUKRY GIVKN that tliirty  13 days after this date I shall apply to the  Stipendiary Magistral, for si license to sell  wines and liquors by retail nt my hotel on lot  7 in block I), salmon Siding, .  West      Kooteijag  putcher  Co.  Nelso<*}    aijd   Sai)doi).  All kinds of  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.  E, C, TRAVES,   MANAGER ������  BAKER STRHET.        NELSON, B. C.  Music Lessors  Mrs. Morley is prepared to receive  pupils for Piano, Violin or Org.in.  Elementary   Harmony   ."aught.  I << 'riii_iii.si.il   S'nliuiii*!-)'   IVs   Sl'-i'������',  XdMiii. *-'���������  l(ati.f-fipai)'s  ^estaUrarjt  IS   REOPENED   UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS S6.00 PER WEEK.  ANNIE BURTON, Proprietres*.  437  C. D. HAND.  D. S. WALBKIDCE.  RAND & WAU,BRIDGE  MINING BROKERS  SANDON,       -      S. C.  Mines bought and sold, Stock for  sale in all B. C. mines, Official Brokers for Wonderful Group Mining  Co., Kootenay Agents of. Bondholder Mining Co., stock. Companies promoted. Correspondence  solicited..  422  llth November, 1S!K>.  T. S. SHANK.  1(12  A reward of one hundred dollars  will be given by A. Powys for the  recovery or information leading to  the recovery of the body of Evelyn  A. Powys who is believed to have  met with a fatal accident in the  neighborhood of Nelson on the 21st  October last.  This offer will hold good until  the  10th  December next.  Nr0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application  will bo made to the Legfalativa Assembly of the  Province of British Colnmbia, at it. next session, for  an Act incorporating a Company for the purpose of  supplying power, light and heat by electiioity, to the  inhabitant;, cities, towns, villages, inines, smeltera,  and tramways in West Kooteuay District; and also  for the purpose'of generating power, light and heat as  aforesaid to appiopiiate, divert and use the water  from the Pend 0'Keille Eiver and tributaries theroto,  and for all othor necessary light-', powers, ��������� privileges  as aro incidental or conducive to the attainment of  the above objects.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 13th day of Nov., 1896.  A. MAINWARINQ-J0HN30N,  , Solicitor for tho applicants.  NOTICE.  WE TIIE UNUKKSIGNED have this day  dissolved parUiership by mutual consent.  Ml debtsdu- the linn of Turnerfc Ivirkprurick  are to be paid to John A. Turner, who will set-  le all liabilities ac-inst said tlnn,  I JOHN A. TURN Ell  Signed^ J0nN A   KiRKPATUICl.  Witness:   I>. E. WILSON  Nelson, II. C til.li Nov.. ISM.  The above business will be carried on as  usual under tbe linn name of John A. Turner  c. <.' ind we trust, lhaL by f.uV dealing and  reisoiilable' prices ,to merit, the same liberal  TviYrniinir-i fr-m our customers that wc havo  Fo.--i.-rt in H|U P'**"-1- A" '*C'0"nts ilt present  ivisl duo inui't 1,c settled by cash or otherwise  bv'the With of November.or lhey will be placed  for collection.  I56.H-7- ������-" JOHN A TURN EH.  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  391  --NnE-GSO-ENT  I  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS.  SATISFACTION   CIJARANTEEP  PRICES R&A&r>i\uxni pr ufTjt,.r,  THOS. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.  E. S. TOPPING  TRAIL, B. C.  Bias for sale lots in Trail and Deer Park.   Also  Mines in all parts of the Kootenay Gold Belt  Can furnish stock in legitimate propositions.  Po _>ot Monkey With Wild Cats.  Will be pleased to   answer any business  enquiries.  I   LAWRENCE HARDWARE [0,  g) Our stock  is  now very complete* in  jj'Biiliini1 ������ Hardware ������ mi ������ IMn ��������� Supplies  of almost every -.scrip!ion.  *   We are here to do business.      If wc. have not whut you want  'wc will get it tor you.    -fi'wc us a trial for Goods and Prices.  .    TINNING1 AND PLUMBING.  jw T__3X___i_?_Hro"isr*Ei _sro. si. >       tf)  WANTED Gull Site, Coper or Goal Properties.  ELLBJI oi promote Gomgany lo le ore.  ff ILL HANDLE Bends of ilcctric Steam or kvA  WILL BUILD Waterworks or Float Bonds of Same.  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17 and 19 Broadway, New York City.  ������7'J~  DUDLEY D. LANCASTER. _.���������-  N. 13. BUCKLER  BUCKLER ft- LANCASTER*  Will Buy and Sell on Commission  MINES AND STOCKS IN TRAIL CREEK, *  BOUNDARY CREEK and SLOCAN CAMPS  and all Legitimate Properties Elsewhere.  MKITK TO IS. 1 HOOHI!* Ml-.M* lll'IIK  Itl.OCK,  LIKKKK'S   TKLKCK.tl'IIK: VIVM.U.) SPOKANE. *W_A.SZX.  Biscuit Manufacturers.  ^TsT-RIT-E    _ETO_R   PBICE   JLIST.  VICTORIA -        B.C. (212)  ^ itchies Hardware EijiporiUiji  CELEBRATED WARRIOR  Cooking and Heating Stoves  ��������� ALSO������������������  Agateware and Tinware  MINERS'  TOOLS.  NELSON. - <-������ B. O.  Fred  J, Squire  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  FALL  and   WINTER   GOODS  TWEEDS,    SERQES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS   S25.QQ   AND   UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. w  NELSON, B.C. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1896.  FROM TRAIL TO ROBSON.  KAILROAD TO BE BUILT TO  CONNECT THESE TWO POINTS-  Tin*. Silver Or-** of Ilu; Slncnii l)i������ti'ii.t May  Then br. Tri'Miiil ill III''. Trail S iter���������  .Mr. Ili-lii/.e Ilu1   rroinoler.  The 'directorate! ot the Columbia &  \Vestern railway, which is practically controlled by L. A. Heinze, owner of the  Trr.il smelter, has deeide-1 to build the  greatly -ceded railway from Robsou to  Trail, a distance of 28 miles. The preliminary survey liues for the road wore  run a year ago by C. E. Perry for the  Canadian Pacific and as thore arc few eu-  giiiceriQK difficulties in the way the road  should be rapidly constructed. It will  follow "the course of the Columbia river  as far as practicable aud a bridge will be  constructed ut or near Kobson and from  there the road will follow the Columbia  river to the mouth of Murphy creek aud  thence westerly will enter Trail creek  cnuyou ou the flat north of Trail on which  the Trail smeller is located. The road  bed of the Columbia .. Western from  this point will be changed to a broad  guage. The proposed line will form a  connecting link in the much talked of  Crow's Nest Pass road.  It is said that if the C. P. lt. is not  "b'ackifig Mr. Heioze, it is, however, lending him material assistance in the furtherance of his railway schemes in the West  Kootenay district. Free access to the  great silver fields of the Slocan means  much to the Trail smelter aud it is certainly a step in the right direction tc  have British Columbia ores smelted at  home.. Just how soon work will be commenced on the road is a matter of conjecture.  '    O:    '-: . ���������        ' - :   The Columbia & Western, having  received a consignment of cars, engines,  etc., announce tbat tbey can cow relieve  tbe rush in freight traffic.  NOTICE.  We- the -undersigned have this day  dissolved partnership by mutual consent.  All debts due the firm of F. Irvine <.. Co.  ore. to. b.e. paid to Fred Irvine, who will  settle all liabilities against said firm.  c;_~-__-i i P* Irvine,  ���������signed | Fred Richardson.  "Witness:    II. G. Irvine.  Nelson, November 10th. 1890.  The business will be continued under  the firm name ot F. "Irvine & Co.  F.IRVINE.  . Nolice of "ipplicatiop for Liquor License.  I {Take notice that the Hall Mines Limited (foieign) will apply to the Government Agent for West Kootenay. for a  licenso to sell liquor dv retail nt or near  the Silver King Miue iu said District.  Dated at Nelson this 21st day of November, 1890.  CERTIFICATE  OF  Till-   REGISTRATION*  OF A FOREIGN COMPANY.  ''.o.vIIwnihs' Act," 1'aut IV., and a_ui_nd-  in-h A CIS.  "Tilt! I.oimIiiii niitl Ki-ilish Columbia iioUU  Holds, l.iiiiilnl" (t'l-ri'igii).  Registered the 20tli day of October, 1S!W.  I  HEREBY  C KRT1 FY that, Ihavetlii:-day  registered '"f lie London and British Columbia Goldfioklri, Limited." (Foreign) under the  "Companies' Act,"   Pare IV., "Registration of  .- Foreign Companies," and amending Act.".  ' The lieii'd ollice or' tlie Company is  situate in  '   England. \-   ������������������  The objects for whieh the Company is established are:���������  ll.l Toprospccl and explore for the pm-poie  of obtainingiiifoniiation, and also to a<'i|uire and  enter into treaties and contracts and engagement, of.any description, and either absolute  or conditional, with respect lo hinds, forests,  harbours, mines, mining rights, mineral-, water  rights, river.*, a* d properly of every or any  nature situate in any part of British Columbia,  .. or elsewhere; and to negotiate for and acquire  ���������-.concessions.,, _priy.ileges_a.iid_ righ ls,ju>splu.i.o_o_._  conditional,from any Sovereign.Powers,]>.iilcr_*,  ��������� Governments or States, or person or persons, or  from any corporate or other body, and lo cater  into any arrangoment/'with any Government,  ,lluler or authority, municipal or otherwise, for  "any purpose, or. to any ell'eet, and from lime to  time to alter and vary the same accordingly:  (���������_!.).To carry on mercantile, commercial,  trading and financial business of any and every  description, either as principals or agents, or  "partly as principals and partly as agenls, and  to buv,' soil and enter into contract--, cither  absolute or conditional, in respect of stocks,  shares, debentures, debenture slock. - bonds,  obligations, options and securities of eveiy or  any "description in any pari of the world:  (Ii.) To purchase, take on. lease, or acquire by  exchange,  licence,  hire, or otherwise,   lands,  "forests, buildings, harbours, mines, mining  rights, water rights, pat cuts 'or other rights or  claims (whether ab-olul.e, exclusive-optional,  conditional, or limited), and any other kind of  property in any part of the world: (.  (I.) To work, win, (|iiarry, convert, manufacture, use; crush, wash,' smell, reduce relinc, or  otherwise trout and render niarketable.aiid sell  or otherwise dispose of, ordeal in metalliferous  ciuartz and ore and otlier mineral and inetap  substances and pioduets and precious stones,  .   and'produce of every dc.-rription:  (5.) To improve, manage, develop, or otherwise, turn to account, ordeal with all or.nny of  the property and rights of the Company-  . - iG.) To carry-on and transact the trade, or  bu^neR-wof merchants,contractors, earlier-'by  * land or water, fanners, graziers, traders iu  and manufacturers of all kinds ofmercliandi.se,  goods, provisions and articles, and lo carry on  thebusinc-sesof bunkers. cnpitiiIi_U'..liipownci.  managers of estates, farms, mines, railways or  ...otlier properties,. and .iliiancial agents and  brokers in all their respective branches, and  the businc-ses of engineers builder-, miners,  and any otlier businesses direelly or indirectly"  connected with or capable of being conveniently carried o:i in connection Willi any of the  ous nessos for the time being or objects of the  Company: ���������        - "        . .  u.j'i'o erect, construct, establish, or acquire  by purchase, hire, or otherwise, aid carry out,  maintain, improve, develop, 'manage,  work,  control,   and  superintend  any  roads,   ways,  bridges, harbors, reservoirs,  water works, gm  - works,   electrical  works,   farms, canals, tram-  '   ways,  .railways,   quays,   wliaivc.,- furnaces,  mills, crushing and hydraulic works, factories,  warehouses,-' ships,   steamers,   tugs,   barg.---,  machinery, locomotives, waggon... appliances,  , apparatus, and otlier plant and works, and to  contribute  to, subsidise, or otherwise aid am!  take part in any such constructions, works or  operations:  <���������_>..)_'-_ cultivate lands and property, whether  belonging to the Company or not, and develop  the resources thereof, by building, reclaiming,  . clearing, draining, damming ditching farming,  and planting, upon such terms or system as  may be considered advisable: ���������  0 ' i'j.) To .stock, cultivate, and farm lands, and  to breed, grow, and deal in all kinds of xioei;,  cattle, sheep, horse- and produce: .  iVs.) l'o establish, form and sub-idi.-e or  otherwise assist in the establishment, promotion or formation of any other companies'having for their objects, or some ot theni, any of  the objects mentioned in this memorandum, or  the p. osccution of any otlier undertakings or  enieiiiri.se- oi any d_������i-riplio:i having ob.iee.s  which, may advance iliri.e-liy or indiivtly Uie  obiectsUf this. Company, and to .-ecu.--, by  underwriting or otherwise, the siib.-ciiptioi.. of  all or anj" part ot" the share or loan capital ot  anv.uch company, and to pay ur receive unj  commission brokerages, or otlier remuneration  "in connection therewith:  (\\,) To contract with or aid any Sovereign  or other Power, Government or State, or any  municipal or other body, politic or corporate,  or company or persons for or in relation to capital, credit, means or resources, for the prosecution, of any works, undertakings, projects or  enterprises; also to contract for and act us  agents or otherwise *iu relation to loans or  securities issued or proposed to be issued by  any Government or State, or municipal or  other niiihority, or compauy or corporation, or  persons or person:  (I..,) To lend or advance money on Ihe security of any kind of property, rights, stocks,  shares, bonds, debenture slock, mortgages,  debentures, obligations, bills, notes."or other  instruments or securities, or on thc undertaking of any company or any part thereof:  i\'.i.) To negotiate loans of all descriptions,  either alone or jointly with any other company  or person, to any slate, country, municipality,  railway company'or any other company, or  corporate or oilier body, or any person or pet-  sons:  .11.) 'I'm advance money for, or otherwise  assist in making explorations and surveys of  every kind, ai d in priiinol ing immigration into  any country, colony or slate;  (\r>.) To guarantee the performance of any  contracts or engagements, and io become  liable or responsible for money, or for the fulfillment of contracts entered inlo by others:  fid) To issue on commission, or receive  brokerage, or other remuneration or consideration, upon Ihe issue or re-issue, or for guaranteeing the issue of, or the payment of interest  on any slock, shares, debentures, debenture  stock, bonds, obligations or other securities of  any company or public or local authority:  l\l.) To borrow or raise money willioiiL.sei.il-  rity, or to secure the payment of money borrowed or raised, aud in particular by the issue  of debentures or debenture stock ('perpetual or  terminal;, bonds, mortgages or any other  security upon such terms as to priority or  discount or olherwiso as shall be thought til.  and to secure thc same if thought lit. by tnorl-  g.igc or charge upon the undertaking of tlio  mpnny and all or any of its real and personal  property, present or future, and all or any of  its uncalled capital, or in any other manner,  and lo purchase or redeem Cal a premium if  deemed expedient; any debentures, debenture  slock or securities of the Company:  ('IS,; To soil, lease, charter or othcrwi-cdis  pose of absolutely, condii.ion.illy, or for any  limited interest, the whole or any part of the  undertaking, property, rights, concessions or  privileges of the Company for such'consideration in cash, shares or otherwise as the Company may think fit. and to abandon any part of  the business for the time being of tiie Company  and to carry on any of the objects mentioned in  this clause, to the exclusion of thc others, and  to acquire or institute any new business falling  within the objects of the Company, or any of  such objects:  f 19.; To subscribe for, purchase, or otherwise  acquire thc shares of stock, whether ordinary,  preferred or deferred,or the debentures, bonds,  or other securities of any company, and to  except the same in payment for any property  sold, or business undertaken, or services rendered by this Company, and to hold, sell, or  otherwise deal with thc same:  (20.; To pay for any rights or property acquired by tho Companv, or any services rendered to tho Company, in fully or partly paid  shares or stock, de.enturcs or other securities  of the Company, and to make such payments  or gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and  cither in money or in any other value as may  from time to time be deemed expedient for  information or advice given or for services of  any kind rerdercd to the Company, or in connection with which the Company may be  directiy or indirectly interested, and generally  to make any payments or agree to pay any  commissions, with or without any consideration moving to the Company, if it is considered  by tho Directors in the interests or directly or  indirectly to the benefit of the Company to do  so:  (.1J To promote any company for the purpose of acquiring all or any part of the undertaking, property and liabilities of the Company.  Also to acquire the undertaking and asscsts,  and undertake the liabilities, of any now existing or future company, and to conduct, liquidate or wind up the business of any such company:  (12.) To enter into partnership or into any  arrangements for sharing prolits, co-operation  reciprocal concession, or otherwise, with any  person or company, and to remunerate any  person or persons, joint, stock or other company  by lixed salary or specified remuneration, or by,  a" share of profits present, past or future, or  part one way and part the other:  (Zi) To make and carry into ell'eet or determine arrangements with British or foreign  manufacturers, railway and shipping companies, proprietors or charterers of shipping, carriers, proprietors of steam o: other mechanical  power, ami other persons or company:  CH.) To carry on, work or develop any property or business ol' any kind, or to concur  wiih ol hers in so doing, or employ others to do  so, as maybe found expedient:  (25.) To pay any commission or brokerage  for tlio purpose of securing the subscription of  any part, of tho share or loan capital of this  Company, or of any company promoted by  this Company, or in which this Company is or  intends to be interested, and generally to  remunerate any persons for underwriting such  capital, or for services rendered in placing, or  assisting to place, or guaranteeing the placing,  of any shares, debentures or other securities of  thc Company, or for promoting or guaranteeing  the raising "of capital for any other company,  and to underwrite or otherwise guarantee thc  subscription for or placing of the share or  other capital of any other company:  (���������IU.) To procure this Company to be legalised,  domiciled or recognised in any foreign country  or colony, and to procure, its incorporation in a  like character, or as a Societe Anonymc in any  foreign country, and to carry on the business of  the Company, or any part thereof, in any foreign country or colony, or dependency of the  United Kingdom or in any part of the world  under any otlier style or name:  (11.) To draw, accept, make, indorse, discount  and negotiate bil's of exchange, promissory  notes, warrants and otlier negotiable instruments other than bank notes:  (28.) To distribute among the members in  -S].ocie---any-propel t-y-Of_theiCoinpany.-Oi--any_  proceeds of sale or. disposal of any properly ofthe Company, but. so that no distribution amounting to a reduction ofcapitalbc  made except with the sanction (if any) for the  time being required by law:  r2'JJ To exercise the powers given by "The  Companies' Seals Act. 18.il,*' and "The Companies' (Colonial Register.) Act. 18?3":  (30.) To do all such nes and things as are incidental or conducive to the above objects:  (SI.; It is expressly declared that the intention is lhat the objeclsset, forth in each of thc  foregoing paragraphs of this clause shall be  construed in the most liberal way, and shall be  in nowise limited or restricted by reference to  anv other pa nigral h, or by any inference  drawn from thc tci'.r.s of any olhcr paragraph:  * I'M.) The word "Companv" in this clause,  when not applied to this Company, shall be  deemed lo  include any partnership or other  body of persons, whether incorporated or not  _.. ._-.._._-....��������� _,.���������_     i  ...i...u t,...._,._!..a   ;.,   11...  I  incorporated, and whether domiciled in the  United Kingdom or elsewhere, and whether  now existing or licrcafler to be formed. ,  The capital stock of the said Company is  ���������j.'U.OOO, divided into l'.iT.aUOordinnr.v shares of  .1 each, and *_,50o deferred shares of .'01 each.  Hegistcrcd ollice���������Nelson, B.C.    ���������  Jlcsider.t Agent and Manager���������J. Roderick  Robertson.'  Given under my hand and seal of ollice at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  201 h day of October, 1800.  [i__.| S. V. WOOTTON",  153-11.11.8- ���������       Kegistrnr of loiut Stock Coiiiftiiiits.  ������ Kirn. i������:atk or i.iiritoYi'MK.v.s.  HOI'ER.-MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District.  -Where located.  on the north "side of the Illccillewaet' river  , being  a  .southerly  extension   of   Isabella  _Minora!"Claim.      .  rpAKB NOTICK that 1, N. P. Snowden act-  IL ing as agent for The Lanark Consolidated  Mining i;"'-Smelting Company limited.. Free  Minor's Certiticate No. 5S_'-lo. intend, sixty days  from tlie dale hereof, to apply to the Mining  I.e.-order for a certilicate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim.-  And further lake notice that action, under  section :i7, must be commenced before the is-  xiiance of such certiticate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of November, lS'JO*.  |.j:j-ll-7-������   . N. P. SNOWDEN.  MAPLE LEAF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  Wesl Kootenay district,   Whero located���������  Opposite to Muir's tunnel on thc north side  of  tlio   Canadian  Pacific  railway,   about  three miles cast of Illeoillewact station and  nearly li miles up tlie mountain.  rpAKK  NOTICK,   That 1, N. P.  Snowden.  L    acting as agent for the Lillooet. Fraser  River & Cariboo Oold FicldsLld.; FreoMinor's  Certificate No. OIKHS, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certilicate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section W, must be. commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 10th day of October, 181>B.  II. 21-10-- N- P- S.N-OWDKN.  D0ROTH Y MINKHAL CLAIM.  .ituate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District.    Where located���������  On llie north side of the Illeeillewaet river,  Wesl  Kootenay district, and  immediately  adjoining the Lanark Mineral claim on tlie  south side.  "PAKK  NOTICK. That I, N.  P.  Snowden.  1     acting a.s   agent for   the   Lxnark   Consolidated Mining**   Smelting Company Ltd.;  Free  Miner's  Certificate    No.   oSilli,   intend,  sixtvdavsfrom the date hereof, to apply tothe  Mining Recorder torn, certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that, action, under  section 37, must be commenced before lhe issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this lOlli day of October. 18!W.  H1-2I-KM; N   P. S.vowdk.v.  RED FOX "MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illccillewaet Alining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located���������  On thc north side of the Illccillewaet river,  Wesl Kootenay district and adjoining the  Lanark Mineral claim on the north-west  corner.  TAKE NOTICE, That I, N. P. Snowden,  acting as agent for the Lanark Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company Ltd.; Free  Miner's Certificate No. SS.-lli. intend. =i>*tv  davs from the date hereof, to apply to the "Mining Recorder for n certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claim. -  And further take notice thnt action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certiticate of improvements.  Dated this 10th day of October. 1W"*..  .15-21-10-ti ��������� N. P. Snowden.  HORNE FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West. Kootenay District. Where located���������  Bounded on three sides by the Lanarl;, Ret?  Fox, Maple Loaf and Oak Leaf mineral  Claims, situated about 3.V miles cast of Illccillewaet. C. P. It.  TAKE NOTICE that I. N. P. Snowden acting as agent for the Lanark Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company, Limited, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. 58216, intend, sixty days  from thc date hereof, to '.apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate ot improvements, for.  die purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim,  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements,  Dated this 21th day of October. "lSflfi:  41.-31-100 N. P. SNOWDEN.  NOTICE.  J. M. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer.  .  Telephone -iio.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  _!_>_ after date I, Ellen McDougald (widow) intend to make application tothe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase the  following described land: Commcnciiur at. a  post planted alongside T. Walker's Northwest  corner post, near Burton City on the Columbia River, thence running North 10 chains;  thence East 80 chains: thence South 40 chains ;  thence West SO chains to point of commencement, containing 320acres more or less.  ELLEN Ml DOUG A LD.  Nakusp, Sept. 22, 189B. "    3-10-IM33  NOTICE.  A SITTING OF THE COUNTY * COURT  of Kootenay will be holdcn at Rossland  on the-Otliday of November and at Nelson on  the 25th day of >ovcmber, I8_ti.  "      T. II. GIFFIN,  11!) Registrar of the Court.  J.  E. W.  MACFARLANE, Manager  Telephone 449  B. C. IRON WORKS COMPANY.  SOI.K  .UAMICt-TliltKICS OK Till'  i.cudall Band Mill,  J3. C. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hauling Machines,  Marion Steam Shovels,  Improved Winding Hoist,  ltiver and Harbor Dredges,  ki-ff .Ditching Machine,  Wrecking Machines,  ballast Unloading. Etc.  AI'KVl'.' vu-x  lleevo's Wood Split, Pulleys.  Cable Address:   "Cove"  f-._X__-_K_.l_    KHXIIKKS,     i:x<;|>  -.KISS,   ItOILKK   M.tKKItS,  and Manufactures of  .till CLASSICS   OK M.U lll.\t_l[)  Si v "Mill  on  Maiine "Woik n  S) fciiilly.  All, WOKK  ������ai-KANTI-UH  Keep in Slock a Full Supply of En  glnrcrs'nml Mill Supplies, liping  and liniif's,   Jiuiss Coeds,  Slu in Fillirgs, He.  lit.11 litis  1(1   li i'l ii- aid  ti).-ir.es  c ii 111  in 1:'cn.  Mail   Ciders    lic'iive        1'icinpt  Attention.  T-'l<'i>lioiic .III).    P.O. Ilrawti- 4 .*���������  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND  WESTMINSTER'AVENUE..  "V"___^_lSrCOTJ--V"____i_Ei, IB. O.  All Agreements are taken subject to the npproval"of the Company at Vancouver, and arc contingent upon strikes, Jiccideuts  and other delays unavoidable, or beyond our control. (326)  m   %onbonmil  %   -Development ano  flTMning 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 200,000 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.  The Prospectus can be seen ".it the office of VV. J. G. Dickson at  Nelson, or at the office of O. T. Stone at Kaslo. ������ 435  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  .A.IT3D   SOO   PACIFIC    HOTTTE.  n  NOTICE.  NOTICK IS-HKREB-* GIVEN lhat application will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,  at its next, session for an Act to incorporate a  companv with power to construct, equip, oper-  ale-and-maintain-_iUicr-fitar.(liml-or-nai-OW-  gauge railways for the purpose of convoying  passengers, freight and ore from a point at or  near Revelstoke, on the Canadian l'acilic Railroad, thence northwards following the valley  of tlie Columbia, river to a point, at or  near the junction of Canoe river: and with  power to construct, ei|iiip. operate and maintain branch lines and all necessary bridges,  roads, ways, ferries, wharves, docks, and coal-  bunkers; and with power to build, own, equip,  operate and maintain steam and other vessels  and boats; and with power to build, equip, op-  crate and maintain telegraph and telephone  lines in connection with the said, railways and  branches, and lo generate electricity for the  supply of light, heat and power; and with  power to expropriate lands for the purposes of  thc company and to acquire lands, bonuses,  privileges or other aids from any Government,  Municipality or otlier persons or bodies corporate and to make traflic or other arrangements  with railway, steamboat or other companies  and with power to build wagon roads to be  used in thc construction of such railways and  in advance of the same and to levy and collect  tolls from all parties using and on all freight  passing over any of sueli roads built by the  company, whether built before or after the  passage of tho Act hereby applied for, and  with all other usual, necessary or incidental  rights, powers or privileges as may he necessary or incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.  Dated at thechy of Victoria this -Stli day of  October, A.I). ISW.  llUNTKIt\- DUFF,   "  _30-7-ll'. Solicitors for the.Applicants.  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the  _13i British Columbia Southern Railway  Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at it1* next session, for an Act to declare  the said Briti-li Columbia Southern Railway  Company to-be a body corporate and politic  within the jurisdiction of the Parliament of  Canada,, and the company's, rail way to be a  work for the general advantage of Canada, also  to authorize the extension of the line of the  said railway from its eastern terminus in the  Crow's Nest Pass, across and over the eastern  boundary of British Columbia, into the Province of Alberta, thence in au easterly direction  to Macleod. or to 11 point on the line of the Cal-  garv and Macleod Hailway, and there to eon;  nect with the ��������� same, and thence easterly t.o  Letlibridgc.  GEMMIL-L & MAY  Solicitors for applicants.  Ottawa, 18th September, ISOU.  11-7-152.  t  Pacific Coast anil Eastern Points.  St. Paul, Chicago; Toronto, Montreal,  St. Loliis, Kansas City, Biiffalo. New York.  B.A-T33S TH-UiQ'W'-ST.  Greatest Variety of Bootes, Kail aii Stealers.  Leaves Nelson Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at fl.30 o'clock, making  close connections with Transcontinental trains at Kevelstoke.  Passengers for points north and south of KobsoD will  leave on the 9:30 train.  J. HAMILTON, H. K MACDOiS'ELL, GEO. McL. J3UOWN,  Agent, Nelson,        Trav. Frgt. and Pass. Agt.. Nelson.       Dist. Pass. Agt. Vnncouvnr  Kaslo   & Slocan   Eailway-  TIMEJ^ARDJJO. I.  Going Wkst. Daily Going East.  Leave L.OOa. m.   Kaslo Arrive 3.50 p.m.  8.:.(i a. m.   South Fork       "      3.1:3 p.m.  "j    '.Latin. 111.   Sproule's *'      2.15;p.m.  "      11.51 a, 111. - Whitewater      "      2.00 p.m  *'   ,10.03 a. m.   Bear Lake '       1.18 p.m  "    10.18 a. 111.   McGuigan "      1.33 p.m  "   10.30a. 111.   Dailey. "      1.21 p.m  "    10.3!) a. 111.   Junction "      1.12 p.m  Aro.   10.50 a, m.   Sandon Leave   l.tOp.m  Subject to change without notice.  For   rates and   information   i>pp s   at thc  Company's ofllces.  ROUT. IRVING,  ('-lil)   Traffic Manager,  It. W. BRYAN,  Superintendent.  c  OLTJMBIA  &  KOOTENAY  STEAM    NAV.  (UMI-KD  TIME:CARD NO. 10  Iu I.EtTecl (IJuucJ Stli. 1890.  CO.  UKlt:i>"T<llii:  lt������,'l..:-H-Mii-r "Siikimit*  Leaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Robson and  Ti nil Mondays, Wednesday.- and Fridays at  7 p. in.  Leaves Trail for Robson, Nakusp, Arrow  head and Canadian Pacilic Railway points  (east and west) Tucsdtivs, 'I hursdnys nnd  Saturdays at 1.30 p.m.  Connection is made at Robson with C. & K  Ry. for Nelson and Kootenay Luke points.  NOTICE.  ���������VT'OTICE'IS'lTEREBYCTVEN^tliair'apijli"-1  _1__^| cation will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of thc Province of British Columbia,  nt ils next session, for'a Dill extending the time  for the commencement and completion of tlie  works contemplated by thc Kootenay Power  Company's Const ruction Act; and confirming  and ratifying to 1 he petitioners the powers of  the conipiny and authorizing the company and  the petitioners to construct and operate tramways for freight and passenger (radio from  Nelson, B.C.. to any point or points within a  radius of 25 miles thereof, and to take and use  from the Kootenay river in lhe vicinity of the  Falls of tlio said river, water and power for  generating electricity, with the right to erect  and make unnecessary buildings, posts, flumes,  and contrivances'for using water power," generating and transmitting electricity to nny  points within tlie said radius.  Dated this 27th day of October, A. D. 18SW.  BODWELL & IRVING','  ���������117-7-11-1! Solicitors for the Applicants. *���������'  EAST  ���������-������'*!,',  w<*������  WEST  OAK LEAF MIN Kit AD CLAIM.  .Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay district.    Where'located���������  Above Maple Leaf Mineral C'aim.  PAKE   NOTICK.  That I.   V.   P. Snowden.  1      acting ns agent for the  Lillooet,  Fraser  ltiver Jc Ci'i iboo Gold Fields Ltd.: Free Miner's  Certificate  No. li'JOl?,  intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to s>pply to the Alining Recorder for a   certilii-.i!;.. of improvements, lor  tin- purpo. ii of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim. ^  And further taki: notice that action, under  section 37. mn't li-*';oii!in.:iictd before thc issuance 01* such -���������fc'r'.jiicute of imj.rovcnients.  Dated this 10th day of October. 189G.  ������2-24-10-C N, p. Snowdkn.  NOTICE.  -VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that apnlica-  IX tion will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of British Columbiu. at ii.- next session, for an act enabling the Noble Five Consolidated Alining and Milling Compaiiy  (Foreign) to appropriate 500 inches of the  waters of Cody Creek in the Slocnn Alining  Division. West Kootenay District, tn erect  Humes for the purpose of operating a concentrator, electric ligl t. plant, power clrili. aud all  oth.r purposes usual, neee.-s.wy or iiic:d<.-,-it_l  to the mining or milling of on-s. for the usual  powers of expropriating lands for =ueh purposes.  Xontr. Five Consolidate!- Mining, ano  THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN    MADE   IT  THE SHORTEST     ,  TRANSCONTINENTAL     ROUTE,   ...   *    ���������������������-������ :   It is thc Must Moile.-11 in. _Kiiuipiiic.it.  It is tbe Heaviest Hail.il Line.  It lias ii Kock-ltallasl Konillie-I.  li Crosses Sn Sand Ilcs.s**-Is.  It is  llie Only Line  Kiiiiiiing   luvurloiis  .< C'luli   ll'ioiu ���������:ii's.  It is Xoicil '.'or (lie Cuiii-fusy ol*ils Employes.  It is Ihe Only line Serving Meals  on the  a In t'artc  I'lnn.  THROUGH   -THE  GRANDEST ^SCENERY  IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours dntinfr 'Seasou of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  MllSBliLMO:  !i!i_!.ilil Miplioil CO.  STR- CITY OF  NUKTII|-4UMV|.tAI|.   ICOI'TI*  SleiiiiH'r "l.ytlon."  Leaves Trail for Northport Daily except  Sundays at . a. in., returning to Trail same  evening.  Connects at Nortliport  witli S. F. & N. Ry  for Spokane  Xr*l>������������X-KtSI_0 HOI l>:.--"Slr Kohnn������.������*.*-_  Leaves   Nelson  for Kaslo  Dully except Sun  days at 1:10 p.m.   -  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson  Daily  except Sun  days at 1i.OOa.111.  The right is reserved to change this schedule  at any time without notice.  For tickets, rates, etc., apply at Company's  oilice, Nelson.  T. ALLAN,  Secretary.  J. W. TROUP,  Manager  NORTHERN  IN     PACIFIC RY.  RUNS 11  Pidlinan Sleeping. Cars.  Leaves Kaslo on Monday. Wednesday und Friday at f):00 a. in.  Leaves Nelson  on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat in day at 9:00 a. in.  The right is reserved to change this  schedule al any time without notice.  101  Spokane Falls <_c  Northern R'y.  Nelson 6l  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  to  ONLYJIODTE TOTRAILpEEK AND  Mineral. District of the Colville Reservation  ^Nelson," Kaslo, Kootenay Lake _ .Slocan Points.  TO  .Elegant Dining Cars  Tourist Sleeping Cars  ST. IMUL  MI.\.M:.tl*������M.|**i  IMIIiTH  IIR������0  <'U.M������    .'OKK.'.  lltnOKSTON'  tVI.WII'H'  L-.'-l-'NA mill  ItliTTK  THROUGH   TICKETS  -TO-  t'liiciut*:  ���������nMSIIIKt'TOM  -*llll,.-l>t_M'lll.l  SIM YOKK  l-.OSTOX nml nil  Point* ICiist,  West nuil South.  For information, time cards, maps and lickeli  call on or -write    ' *  , F. D.  GIBBS,  General Agent, Spokane, Wc...h  or "      , A. D. CHARLTON    <  Asst. CYcnl. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon  S,S. Alberta  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  and Nelson.  Leave 9.00 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-20 p.m.  "    7.00 a-m. SPOKANE   "    6.15 p.m.  (457-11.11.6)  Mtl.l.I.N-f: Co.. (FOREIGN)  For maps, tickets and complete information  call on or address Ascents. K. ������������������_ S. Ity., C. & K.  s.Nav. Co., N. & F. S. Ky., or  ���������. I!. IH.YO.V t'ciici-a! Agent.  Spokane, "H"a*5li.  I'. I. WHITNEY, G. r. ������fc T. A.,  351 St. l'aul, Mian.  Passengers for Trail Greek mines con  ne_t-*t "Northpbri' with[Statre and Steamer  Daily.  Close connections at Nelson .with  Steamers for Kaslo aud all Kootenay  Ltike points. '     ���������       . J  Passengers for Kettle Eiver and Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus with Stage  Dailyt  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay and  Xelson dnilv (Sundavs excepted) at 7 a. m.  LEAVE NELSON* for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth .  and   Kaslo  daily  (Sundays '���������-excepted)   at  3.30 p.m.-.  Close ;onncction is thus made between Lake  point- and all outgoing and incoming trains of  the C. P. R. at Nelson.     .  The steamer i* newly equipped in every particular, U lit throughou. by electricity, and  contains bat hroum and all modern convenience,  for the comfort of passengers.  The above schedule i_ h: effect 1st of April  1?M subject to change.  "JAS. WAUGH-   -���������   GEO. F. HAYWARD  Purser.      34 Master   .

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