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 *"* t*-*'*.'-���������*T ',*-''">"  ,   \y  X  A  THE ItlllES IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONO THE RICHEST IN  AMERICA-  v- -.  THL ORES ARE HIGH-GRADE  ������  > GOLD; SILVER, OOPPER  .      ...   "AND LEAD.  Whole .Numbek 320.  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, October 10,1896.  . 'j-  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NEW YORK.  Oct.-'-      3 ;������678  Saviill. .651. ��������� ��������� ��������� *V>i. ��������� ��������� .Ml. ��������� ���������**>.. Mi  (Har)  Lkad. .. .2G0... .260... .270.. .260. .200  PRODUCE OFTHE MINES.  HEYIIRKSFOR 1896 UP TO/DATE  OBE TREATED IN KOOTENAY.  Ai Nelson    At Pilot Hay   At Trail* ���������   OBE EXPORTED.  From Slocan via Kailo���������:.*...  Slocan via Nakusp   Ainsworth   Trail Creok tgold or o>     *    .   .      Tons...*. .-. - 75.8661  *In addition 505 tons of imported oro have  been treated at Trail.  .21,501  .1!>,1I'.  11,1541    56,07;1  8,052}  5,703  .   COS'  ti,3_3 20,789  PBODUCE OF SMELTERS.  TON.  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte 1779  Pilot Bay, silver lead bullion - 10124  Trail Smelter Matte    * ,23' '���������.  -    -     mn  ORE SHIPMENTS.  -tetania Since Lust Week.  VIA NORTHPORT."'  Nol (Ainsworth) to Everett.......  VIA.   KASLO.  Slocan Star to Pueblo*.   Iluth to Everett   Washington to Kverett   Surprise to Kverett   Whitewater to Everett   19  GO  15  3>i  17  15  C Stntcrson.  Superior No 3-Stcphcn Redgrave to R C  VVatersoii, sheriff's deed of interest of H XV  Lane tali.  > Daylight andC'cBiird'Alcno���������MA Baldwin W  I") MeKnddcn O Youngqul.t und W Newton to  It C Wut.i-on.  Supt 29-  lloston���������Jacob Dolimigo to E Wragge.  Abraham Lincoln���������A llcrrick Smith to James  Pearson.  Gopher���������J H Howes to Peter Porter 1-32.  Mountairiccr���������Fred Gribo to A K Itico 1.  Mountaineer���������Sam D Weaver to Fred Gribo  'Pug-JYColo,CMoaoham, II Winters to J  B Miller, otai.  Minnie C���������T Soaloy to A G Boggs.  Most Excellent nnd Progressive���������J J Moynahan nnd J S Clute jr to H Duffy.  Tillle H and Little Giunt-C Bates to John W  Cover.  Sept 30-  . New York-J G Devlin to R S Wilson J $30  Red Point���������B Perkins to Hector McRae transfer nnd agreement $20,000-$50. cash, $1000 Aug  24. "DO, $500 November 24 '90, $13,500 June SCO. .7.  Sunlight���������Chas Connol to Chas Hayward.  Ottawa No 1���������T C Collins to\V H Finlaison J.  NEWS FEOM THE CAMPS.  BRIEF PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO  PROSPECTS AND MINES. **.-  What In Beiug Dane or About to Be Done  * In Hnd Ar.an-1 the Treiwnre VnnlU  ���������r the Uleh Kootenay.  Nelson.  Kaslo.  Sept 28-       . '     ,  Little Ralph���������W D Moore and W Winstead  to Elkhom Silver Mining Co.  Hustler and Broslau���������W R Winstead to  same company.  Elkhom���������Chester Glass to same;  Blenheim���������D Toomeyto A T Garland.  Sept 29- '  E D Baker 1, Congress i-B Flaherty to D-.  Rogers $500.  ��������� E D Baker���������D Holtzman to B Flaherty t.  Silver Bow and Headlight���������J Matheson to R  Jackson J.,   ;  Albion���������A S Dibble  and G  Roche .to J M  Moore, agreement to' run a tunnel and pay  $7,500 in installments for a } interest,  Oct. 1���������'        ' - ���������>*  . Sunnyside���������R Keldio to E Peters . $100.*  Alice No 4���������J Desmond to J E Bigham I $100.  Silver King���������D W.Moorc gives notice to J D  Moore, J M MoPhee, Mrs McPhce and D Bongard that ho claim continuance of bond, and  damages, for failure t. complete title.  158J  Smelter returns wero not received in timo for  insertion this week.  TACOMA SMELTING & REPINING 00-  Statement for the month of September, 1896.  .- - PRODUCT.  1000 bars of bullion, weighing.... 411,292 lbs.  Coppor Matte "      ..... 195,400 lbs.  Containing: k'*  2,233.72 ozs. gold lit $20.67........ $10,170.99  49,618.41   "silver"        65|....... . 32,643.83  437,825 Ids. lead   "     2.60percwt   11.383.45,  75,737 " copper  "        101 "   7,85^71  $98,055.93  Number of men employed, 78.  -Pay   roll..,.. .**....    $5,083.96 , "���������  Wood choppers and teams...   672.00 ���������  -    -    a.     ���������       $6,735 96 .. *'  :  MINING TRANSFERS.  ' Where no consideration is named in transferee nominal sum of $1 is'to be understood.) i  Oct 2- -        ' ...       i  "*, Free Silver, Victor.. Monarch, Porcupine No  2, Galena,' -Cordova���������James. Burko claims 1  interest from H M Billings and J M-McLaren,  Oct. 3-  "Montreal-John Chesnntt to Seigle Boyd J.  "Ttuuisey���������Henry R Bellamy to W G Robin.on  -    Jeannie Green���������Robert Hughes to F S Algiers and Hermann L A Keilar <t.  ��������� -   Oro���������F S Algiers' to Robert Hughes and H L  A Keller il  Mammoth Crystle-H L A Keilar- to F S  Algiers and R Hughes i,  Yaquina���������Thomas , Connell to A H McKay J.  Queen of the Hills���������William Glceson to A H  McKay power of attorney.  ���������    Yaquina���������Thomas Connell to A H McKay  -.power of attorney. ���������    '    . .        A   _������  Niagara,   Delegate,   Homestake,    Oraflno,  Clifton���������F J Sttflivan, Jacob" Stierle, Charles  Innes,-Joseph Maxwell and LHChasotoJL  Parker, bond for $20,000,10 per cent in 30 days.  ' Oct. 5������������������ ��������� - ���������      *  Canadian Boy-and Canadian Chief���������Alfred  Burker to IJ Malone 1-2 $100.  "- - Bee-T A Mills to O. A. Lovell and E J Moore  * $300 -   i  ~Si\sW-j'G'McLeairto Marion Se well*} W8r~  Wild Horse���������J E Bate to Mrs F A Bate 1-2.  Oct. 6- ' - '    "  ' Calgary���������Harry Brown to John Walker i $75  _���������___?_._������ .   ii���������.������������������ u_������;ti, f������ v. n H_.il ij:  .Witch  -    .   Letters of administration granted to Constantine Dolan. estate of J J Dolan|d-.eased.  Lady Franklin���������H W Lane to J J Dolan.  Witch Hazel, Raven, Topsy, Robert J���������R E  Pitcher to J J Dolan i in each.  Oct. 7��������� .  Fourth of JulyTpPhil Inglcsby to E M Peters  1-2 $60.    '  ���������"   Berne. Highland   Chief,   Swiss,  Kootonay  P,iss���������VV K Richmond to Henry Stege bond,  1 .. Henry Stege gives  notice that ho is entitled  to conveyance of above claims from W KRich-  ' Ben* Franklin���������B F Hall to E M Shupe, J J  Henager.and C M Carpenter $200.  Ben Franklin���������E M Shupe, J J Hcnager and  "C M Carpenter to VV E Ellis 1-3.  Pulaski-H T Burruss to W Cold well $200.  Oct. 8- - . ���������** "  Homestake���������Joe Bernard to Mrs Belle  .Flaherty 1-3. _,  Copper King���������E C Traves to Isaac Vipond  $500. ��������� - -  , -  Rover���������Herbert H Bindon to R E McKech-  niel-3.  Bossland.  September 25���������  Belmont���������Ben Martin to Adelia Stussi 1-9,-  .   Ibex���������E M Shupe and Alex Wilson to Geo A  Pounder $1000  Stock Exchange-J Hcnager and EM Shupe  to G A Pounder $1000.  Diamond   Walt, '.Richard Turrer,    Lizzie  Hughes, B B���������Walter C Beall to Geo Taylor _.  ��������� ��������� Juliet���������PA Breubart to W 3 Edmunson 1-2.  Juliet���������J B Morrow to W J Edmunson 1-2.  Dubuque���������A J Hughes and W H Rees to J H  Lyons and J Ladner.  Gelia���������J A Flett and J M O'Toole to J J Johnston and C E Hope.  Golden Welcome���������R R Gamey to E L Braze-  nor H Currie E C Jackson John Leach and R R  Gamey trustees for Kootenay Algoma Gold  Mining Co $1000. <.  Great and Amazon Fraction���������P J Kelly and  - P Cunningham to D G Manchester . in each.  Black River No 2 and Yellow River No 2���������  Robert Neill to H N CockreU.  Buffalo No 3, Mikado, Robert Wright Marino  Breckenridge No 1, Plow Boy, Lucot, Bicyle,  Pine, Home Rule, Fin_a, B C Jersy, and Venice  ���������Notice of Action.  Coeur d'Alene���������M A Baldwin to W D MoFad-  den _,  Surprise Fraction���������W C Beall *__> W Grigsby i  - Montana and Idaho���������J J Hand and Alex Con  stantine to W E Ellis.  Nithsdale and Eskdale���������H P Jackson to C S  .Warren i. . -  Great Fraction and Amazon Fraction���������P J  Kelly and P Cunningham to John Hartc 1-2.  - Yellow Jacket���������Jo-i Doburan to U FTaylor  agreement to sell $5000. $500 in three; months,  $500 in six months and $4000 in 12 months.  Cash Entry���������W C Beall to Maggie Hughes  and Mary Jane Salterio 1-2.  East St Louis���������J Jackson jr to Wm N Dunn  and Michael Sullivan 1-12 to each.  Honolulu���������J B Chantrell toT R Robins-m S'25  Sound Money, 400���������D R English and B Scully  to Chas Tetley.  .Major���������T W Stack nnd John siian-ii-Ji to R  New Denver.  Sept. 18��������� _,   i   t  Bonnie Doon, Empire and Frankfort���������J Sh'cr-  ic'an to GC Clark. '  Sept 19���������        - ���������- -, ���������'- ''   -'   ,       _  Tit Bits���������J Hughes to Chas Sandison.  Ottawa, Nol and Brantford���������TMulvey and  VV R Clement to T. Kelly and W-" J Christie  $20,000.       '"-      "       -     ���������- .'       *  *    '  Sept 21��������� ,    -. :-     '-    ,'" . -  Picton���������D AMcKay to DMcKay J.  "  Random Shot���������E J Mathews to Wm Braden  $io,   ��������� -'v- - .  _-��������� ;  Odin���������S Johnson to L Anderson i $25.  Espenola. Heidelberg. Trilby, ��������� Maintenomah  and Cornith���������A J Murphy J Gillhooley to A E  Humphreys option for $5000.  .Sept 23���������        ��������� - *  Power of Attorney-J E MeLeodto'J L Pierce  Sadie,-J E McLeod to H E Cevasdile 1-5 $170.  ' Silver Band���������W C McKinnon to C J Kelly I-16  * Silver Band-Same to E B Marvin 1-16*  MiuntiMiomah, Trilby Espinola���������A Murphy  J Gillholey to A E Humphreys }. -  Sc-pt"21- -     _    -. "* -   ' -  ' ,      *-���������  ��������� Ajax'J'iactlou���������A Dodds to W Baden $100.  _.l'"i)f _A,  St   George and Mollie May���������EE  Brindlc to A'Brindle, power of attorney.  Wotk has been stopped on the Fern'  for the winter. -."'���������'  On the Starlight which was;.under  bond to Mr. Francis, work has been  slopped, aod the bond will not betaken up.  Ainsworth.  well and<  Everett  The Mile Point will ship ore this  winter.     *"..-.  The rNo. 1-miue is-looking  shipping * regularly .to the  Smelter.     * .    "   >.  Work has been resumed on the Dellie,  and at a depth of 60 feet, 30 inches of  high-grade ore was struck.  The concentrator -for the Canadian  Pacific Mining Company is being put in,  and when completed, these .properties  wili add considerably to the production  of this camp.       _      '     " ' ��������� -������������������  it  There is more real development _work  beiug done in ttiis camp .tb'an tor three'  years past, and arrangements are being  made to work a number of claims all  winter.      , , ,.'".-.'.  Messrs. Braden & Mathews, represent,  ing the Omaha & Grant people,' have  purchased the Ontario and have a force  of men at-work. The Tariff, 'also, thehf  property, is now looking better than ever;  with plenty of.shipping ore in sight.- Y\-;  vein is only about one foot, where, i:  now shows up, but is" veiy "rich, an  assay .just made from surface rock,  showing galena and grey copper, went  .20 ounces silver $18' in gold and 8 , per  cent copper. . , '   _  NEWS   OF   THE WORLD:  Waneta.  The Kootenay Water Supply Company, who have been working the hydraulic claims on the Pend O'Rielle  River, have had a most unsatisfactory  clean-up. It is understood that for several weeks work, they only got $159 in  gold. Experts not connected with the  company, claim that tbe water 'was  much too rapid and that the gold was  in the tailings, which ran into the  river."4 Men are ut work' washing these  tailings' and. are said to be making  good wages. "  Mr. Dewar, the school teacher, is  down with typhoid fever and'unless a  change takes place soon is not expected to live. .       ���������    ��������� y" ������������������ ..  CORONER'S YERDI0T.  Inqaetl  on.the  Body or  Woods.  the late 8. H.  Kositland.  Government Bale.  The adjourned "government auction  sale of lots in"the"town .of Nelson, was  held in the Court House',*Nelson, on,Saturday last. As" was expected very few  sales were made. Most of the lots being  in poor positions and not worth, at the  present time, anything like' the upset  price, $100.' There are a number of lots  still owned by the government, which,  had they been offered, would have - found  purchasers, but by the exercise of great  forethought, these lots were kept out of  the sale. The purchasers were as follows:  - Lots, 1, 2 and 3 in block 24, Mr. Ben-  wick, $300; Mot 3, block 26, Mr. Furgnson  8120; lot 24, block 34, Dr. Arthur, 8100;  lot 6, block 47, Mr., J. M. Keir, 8100;  lots 8, 0, block 47, Mr. Sherwood, 8200;  lot 10. -block 47; Mr, G. W. Greer, $100;  lots" 17. 18,* block 100, Mr. J..F. Thompson. .$200v /ihe' total sale of 11 lots  amounting to $1,120:       l      -   _ . -  Iuthis sale no lots were sold except to  residenta'of Nelson. Had the lots been  advertised sufficiently early it is possible  that-a"few~might have~beeri"sold to"*but~  siders. -    *   _-.  Kootenay lake Hospital.  The directors of the Kootenay Lake  General Hospital Society have much  pleasure in acknowledging the receipt  of the following kind letter.  Mr. W. A. Jowett,  Secretary  Kootenay Lake General Hospital Society  NelsoD, B. C.  '  Dear sir:��������� -  s  - On my return to Eugland I find * your  letter awaiting me.  If you will kindly let me know tbe  best way to forward the ������60 I will do so.  I have much pleasure iu acknowledging the benefit my son has derived from  the existance of the hospital and the  skillful care exercised in his case by all  in office, especially by tho nurses, without whose watchful co-operat.on the doo  tor's talents could not have had Bcope.  We, in England, are not-well posted in  the ways of .forwarding remittances to  districts of which we are so entirely ignorant as to banks, etc.  Accept my thanks for your courteous  letter, and believe me,        _    *  Yours very sincerely,  '*  THOMAS OAYZER,  *..    Surgeon L't. Col. A M lies.  Liverpool, Sept. 13th, 1896.  The War Eagle'Gold Mining Company on Oct. 6th declared a dividend  cf $30,000, payable on the loth. This  brings the total dividends paid, up to  $187,500. t    *  ��������� -' - /,:, \*."'  The Canadian Rand Drill* Company  of Sherbrook Quebec have been awarded the contract, for a seven drill, compressor plant, by ' Clark"'.. Sweeney,'  the owners of the Red Mountain mh������fi  at Rossland. ���������_-���������,->    *.,  B. F. Shaubur,_bas' purchased the  Prince of Wales, Debs^ .and ' Emms  claims, very little work has been done  bub the surface showings are. large.  Under the management Mr. H. Steven-  sou a large amount of work is being  done, in building houses and trails,*   .>.  . The C. & C. has been sold through  Messrs. Evans Coleman & Evans of  Vancouver* to an 'English ** syndicate.-;  Consideration,,$25,000 cash and ������30,  000 in paid up stock of a company .with  ������100,000 capital���������Mining Review.  ,   ,  ������bld  ion  the  own  f raU.  i  A good ore body going $18 in  has been struck on the British  claim  on    Lookout    mountain,  Kohinoor Gold Mining Company  the' property;  Tut-le's Ice house across the' river  froin Trail was burned* down on Sunday night last, the damage was about  $2o0, no insurance, it is supposed that  tramps started the flames.1 <  The Firemen had a fine time on  Monday night, they gave a ball which  was attended by about 150 couples.  A special train was run from Rossland  aud quite a number of people came from  Waneta-and Northport. "'  Past Kootenny.  There have lately been a-large number of locations. made on Perry'Creek  between the Moyea (and the St Mary's  River. The assays run from $50. to $280  in gold on the Red Mountain and Badger  claims.  Specimens have been secured from  nearly one hundred locations in the Fort  Steele distriot, for the fruit fair at Spokane, - and when the Crow's Nest Pass  Railway is started, whioh will probably  be next year, it is expected that the country will develop rapidly. The North Star  miue, owned by C.P.R., officials mainly,  is showing up"well, and with cheap transportation, both gold, silver, coal, and oil  claims will be worked.  ���������leer Park.  l!       -  Burial Notice*.  - S. M. Woods was buried on Tuesday  afternoon. The fnneral procession was  the largest ever seen *in Nelaon, the  murdered mau being held in gieat respect by his numerous friends.  It is said that he has a mother living  somewhere in Pennsylvania, and a son in  one, of the Western States. He was 63  years of age, and an old Eederal soldier.  The funeral was from the Roman Catholic Church.  On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bradford's  baby was buried from, the Church of  England and on Wednesday, Mr. and  Mrs. A. W. Crittenden's infant daughter  was buried. All their Nelson friends condole with them in their bereavement.  Mrs. Sam McLean was buried from the  Church of England on Wednesday afternoon. Eev. H. S. Akehurst officiating.  Mrs. McLean died of typhoid fever, after  a eborfc illness. Mr. McLean bas the  sympathy of all his friends in his deep  affliction.  The mines here which are being  worked are showing up fairly well.  There are now two botels,|and work  on some properties is expected to continue uutil spring.  Some rock from' the "Standard," a  claim close to the shore of Arrow  Lake, showing a vein about 10 feet  Wide, was sent down to Trail to be  assayed, it went $10 in gold and about  30 ounces iu silver. The "Genoa" has  some good ore which goes $21 in gold  and silver.* , *���������  St. Mary-it DUtrlet.  E. C. Rose was was in town Thursday, from the St. Mary's district, he is  interested iu claims situated in the  west bran :h of the St. Mary's River  about 20 miles from Pilot Bay.  The Rose Group consists of three,  the White, Red and _01d Mahogany  claims, the lead is said to be over 100  foot and showing up the full length of  the claims, the pay streak will average about 20 ozs. silver 8 per cent copper and $3 to $4 in gold.  . The Crown Group consists of four  claims, the Diamond, Golden, Copper  and Silver Crown, on these ' claims  are two large veins one 50 feet wide  the other about 8_eet runningj.he full  length of the claims, .no assays have  been taken from the large vein the  small one goes, SSin gold, 30ozs. silver  and 12 per cent copper. The owners  are sending in supplies for five men  who willjbe kept at work all winter.  The Monarch claim is a little nearer  Pilot B .y than the Crown Group,  the  Dr. Arthur, coroner for this district,  summoned a jury to enquire.into .'the  death of the late S. M. Woods on Monday  afternoon. The following were sworn,  Messrs. J. A, Turner, foreman, Swannell,  Jowett, Lemon, A. C. Buchanan, Dover  and Farley,. and after -viewing the body  adjourned to the courthouse.   * -        ��������� *" -  Dr. G. H. H. Symonds was first examined, he said, in conjunction with Dr. La  Ban, I made a post mortem examination  of the deceased, at the request of Capt.  Fitzstubbs,* my instructions were to find  the bullet, and ascertain its course.. -  The bullet entered tbe right shoulder  about two inches below the joint, passed  through the apex of the right lung and  lodged in the spine, nearly going through  the fourth joint.'   ' ���������*    ,  The bullet -shown is the one taken  from the body,'and was undoubtedly the  cause of death..  \  William.. Beard, sworn, said be had  lived with the deceased about six months.  They roomed over the shop. Betwee.  eleven and. twelve o'clock on Friday*  night, October 2nd, he was awakened and.  heard AVoods talking-with a st'rauger, did,  not know the other/.-fjaioe, heard Woods'  say what were, you-doing in the shop?  The other man'said, I was not in, it. was  another man who ran away. ������Woods said,  I saw yon tarn down the light., The man  said, what you are going to do, do. Then  Woods shouted for me (witness) to come  down, and directly after I heard a shot.  I put my bead out of the-window and  shouted help, murder! I then" put on  iny pants and went down. -1 found Woods  lying wounded and several. mennaround.-  They earned bim up and put him on his*  bed, and then Dr. LaBau came. I bad  gone to bed about 8 o'clock and- did not  hear deceased come to bed. He had only  his shirt, drawers and socks on.- 1 tbink  be had been in bed, bat do not know for  certain.  Joseph Tallmire, sworn, heard a shot  between 11 and 12 o'clock Friday and  ran Ho .Woods'' blacksmith shop, went  there because someone was shouting from,  .window above, found .Woods, on his back  wounded, his bead was towards the south  wall of the buildiug. I helped to carry  liim up, the^ bed seemed to have been  slept io, and his boots were at tbe head of.  the bed, I did not Bee or hear anyone'  running away. * The blacksmith shop  door was dosed when I got there,' < -  Constable John Miles said he was  called up on Friday night, he was asleep  in the jail, tbe other constable, O'Loaue  was not in the building, was told Woods  bad been shot, and went to his place_tried  to find O'Loane but'could not, wanted him  to stay in the jail, had to leave the jail  without- auy guard, did not get any  description of the man until Saturday,  when, Woods told me the man was dressed in light clothes with a black hat, light  moustache, and -light complexion, went  to Robson in the afternoon, and arrested  a man, - who gave his name as James  Woods, had revolver ��������� and billy on him,  revolver produced is a Smith & Wesson,  38, and the bullet found in the body is  tbe same calibre. In the presence of  Capt.. Fitzstubbs, took the mau, James  Wood, with several others as nearly like  him as possible. The deceased as soon as  his eyes rested on him said, that is the  man. I did not know auy of tbe men I  took and do not think the deceased did.  Tbe prisoner James Wood made lo  resistance when arrested, said he bad  come from a town at the other end of the  line, when I said was it Nelson, he said  yes that was it  Dr. La Bau, sworn, said, he was reading in bed on Friday night last, heard a  shot fired and people running, was called  up, and went to Wood's place, found him  in bed with a bullet wound in his  shoulder probed for the bullet but could  not reach it, had attended Woods since  and done all possible for him. Woods  died this morning (Monday) about 2  o'clock. . I did not think there was much  chance of his recovery, he wns a fairly  healthy man for his age. Capt. Fitzstubbs  instructed me to make a postmortem  examination with Dr. Symonds. 1 did  so and found the bullet, (description  same as Dr. Symond's). I examined the  heart and found it healthy, did not think  further examination necessary, perfectly  sure that the bullet was the only cause of  death.  After deliberation the jury brought in  a verdict that, tbe deceased came to his  death from a shot fired to the best of  their knowledge and belief by the person  James Wood now in custody.  Pric^Hive Cents  ' The Bank of England on October Is!;  raised its rate ot discouut to 3 per cent.  -   * *. . * *  Lord Rosebery has resigned the leadership of the Liberals owing, to dissatisfac  tion iu the party^as to his policy. -  Queen Victoria now rules 360.000,000  people,* a "greater number than ha*j ever  before acknowledged.the sovereignty of  either a King, Queen or.Emperor.  .  Lee Tung,- a Chinaman died of lepro.y  iu its worst form in' Montreal, and an  inspection of all Chinese houses and  stores has been ordered.,  '"At* the request of President Dennis ol  the* North 'Western Miner's Association,  the secretary of the U. S. Treasury ordei  ed the regulations as to duty on ore from  British Columbia, to be relaxed, so as to  admit ore'intended-for the Fruit,Fair  now being held, free of duty." -  -Itis understood that Attorney-General Sifton leaves for. Ottawa almost immediately, and that* he expects to be  sworn in as Minister, of the Inteiiqr on  his arrival. Mr. Sifton has made a good  Attorney-General forMaaitoba, and will,  in his. e_larged sphere of usefulness,  doubtless show the wisdom of Mr.  Laurier's "choice. He is "still a young  man. ���������  ��������� No new joke on tbe mother-in-law is  wanted by people living near Groton, N-  Y., just now, siuce Clement Hooker of  Roweville attempted to frighten his wife's  mother, ��������� Mrs. Betsy-Davis, by appearing  as -a burglar iu order to see what she  would do with a gun she had just bought.  She fired promptly and it cost him his  right arm., -.    - *  It is reported that Mr. Hamilton Smith  iepreseuting the Rothschilds is -on his  way to-New, York for-the purpose'of  -taking np an option given on the 500,000  remaining shares of the 'Anaconda Company for $18,000,000. , The. Exploration  Company,. London, bought the* first  500,000 shares .-f<.r .$16,500,000. The  Rothschild, are the principal holders in  the exploration Company.-  Seven men of^H.M.S. Satellite's crew  were lost in Unalaska harbor. It appear*,  tbat '.two petty officers were out fishing,  when - a heavy storm arose, tbe crew of  the whale-boat was ordered to, go ro'Vueir'  "rescue,'Lieut. Hayman , in ��������� command.  They succeeded in getting the men into  the whaleboat, but on theirreluru were  capsized, only one of the" 'crew was saved,  he swam ashore." Lieut. ' Hayman and  the rest being drowned.  Tbe Steamer Umatilla, Ceptain Hunter,  owned by the Oregon Improvement Company, and leased by the Pacific' Coast  Steamship, Company, and worth, about  $200,000, struck a rock_on her* way- froo\  Victoria to Port.Townsend. The Captain managed to run'.her on'shore at  Point Wilson, where she is expected to  become, a total wreck, No lives were  lost. Later reports say 'the leak is 30 ft.  long and 2 feet wide.- It is thought, that  iu ten days she can be repaired so as to  be moved rbuud the point, or beached iu  Port Townsend Bay, aud sheltered from  the ocean swells and storms.' '  - . ^ .'  . The" steamer,LaKuue arrived at Seattle  on Tuesday last with 155 men from the  Yukon, they were all' miners and had  from $100 to $10,000 each, the result of  one to three years work. They left Ciicle  City ou Sept. 6th just a month ago. It it,  very, hard miuing in that couutry. Mosquitoes ore so thick it is impossible to do  anything without veils. The roinea nro  good if you happen to owu one, if not  you must work in one and get $10 a day,  but you can only, work 50 days at'the  outside,and_$500_is about a year's pay, so  says L. A. Biskell in * tlie Seattle Post  Intelligencer. We can do better than  that in West Kootenay.        _. ������,  LOCA  There have been 102 locations recorded  at the Nelson office .this week. - V,  liossland won the baseball game at'  Spokane, score, Spokane. 5; Rosslat-dH.  Well doue Rossland. - - _ "  W. A. Jowett was nt Trail on Tues- .  day. and rel timed by wav of Northport V  on* Wednesday. '    ,.    ,     -_'  >  ' Messrs. John F. Mahon and E. Mahon. are visiting -Nelson. ,��������� They are  looking at their mining interests on  Toad Mountaiu.       *.   ,.  ".'*.,  ������������������"���������..*."';  Miss Anna Burton,has  opened*a restaurant in Kauffman's building it will be ���������  open* day   nud  night.   Good service is  guaranteed.-'  -/;.       - '*". '       ���������'-',i  ' Mr. Angus Shaw, who sometime ago:  broke his leg,'expects to, be visiting his _  friends on crutches next week.   -.  ��������� ��������� - ���������'-.!- "-'"_ '-'������������������':{-'��������� ', ,,  An owner for the gold Bracelet; adver-' -  tised in the Mineb baa been found. Mis.".  J. W. Astley, of -Rossland, lost it when.  fishing, and little expected ever, to see it  again.      : -**_'"'���������'   .-; \- Y.i~"  Hoerle and.Moore left on Tuesday's  train for a week's prospecting. .They are '  out north of Kootenay crossing.   Find" .  something good boys.  Eugene, Strait, of Chicago, nephew of ���������  Governor Altgeld of Illinois, accompa'i.ied ���������  by Warren* Stcait, E.\N. De Santre ani  F.-Koblsaat  are  on   their  way. tothe  Kootenay   country   for  dock-shoo iug, .,  they came by .C.P.R. to Revelstoke........  Mr. Peter^Turner's many friends will  be glad lo hear of his safe arrival at  Winnipeg. -. Mr. J. A. Turner had a telegram to that effect, all knowing him here  wish him a speedy leturn ��������� to health aiid .  Nelson.  -   ��������� .������   -   . . ���������   .���������  Engineer D-iw   saw the man, James  Wcod, now iu custody for the murder of  S.' M. Woods near Slocan Crossing on  Saturday morning.    He informed (Jon- ���������  stable Miles, wbioh led to the arrest.   ._���������-.  < There   will. be uo services in the. Eng-,  Hah church tomorrow "as the Rev. ll.lh.  Akehurst. has' gone  to  Vancouver  to,  attend tlie Diocesan Synod.   .   -���������      V-  Mr.-F. G. Griiham,-foJraerly employed  in J. Matheaori's barber shop, has opened  the City Shaving .Parlors in Neelsnds'  .block. Mr. Graham will have the finest  bath in the town.  C. Kauffmanhas opened a new grocery,'  store, corner Baker and Josephine streets. _  He bas a splendid-stock of new good* in'  nod will be glad to have bis"friends call  and inspect them.'" ._."*.  H. M. Ballard, president of the Bank,  of Commerce, Seattle, and of the.Mug-  wuitip. Mining Company, is in.the  Slocan.looking at mining propeity.  Silver is good enough for.' him if divi-.  dends of-15 to 20 per cent, can be  shown:-���������*'- ���������������������������-     ' -;V".V---" *-���������"'���������"' -  " _������������������*<." -.:  >    ~,    r'.  -* .'"5* t.  V: " Si  CHUBCH NOTICES.  Sunday llth October, 1896.  Presbyterian Church. Services at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School  at 2.30. Prayer: meeting Thursday   evening   at   8   p. in.  Christian  Endeavot Society meets every Monduy  evening at 8 o'clock.        -  ' Roman Catholic Church. Mass  at Nelson on first and last Sundays in  the month. Sandon second Sunday,  and Kaslo. third Sunday.  Methodist Church, "Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at  11 a. m. and- 7.30 p. tn. Sabbath  School 2.30 p. in. Prayer meeting  ou Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  MAIL NOTICES.  Dr. C. E. Koch, Aspen, Col., A.  Hickling, London, J. C. Drewery,  'Globe', Toronto, Percy Schweder,  London, Andiew Jackson, Sau Francisco, J. H. Brock, Winnipeg, J. B.  Hastings, Rossland, Captain Edwards,  and Mr. Stebbins, London, and C������ *D.  Rand, Sandon, are amongst those visiting Nelson this week.  Makbied.���������At the Methodist parsonage, Nelson, by Rev. Geo. H. Morden, on  Tuesday, July 2nd, Matthew A, Wilson  to Charlotta E. Lee, both of New Denver  Mails close at the Nelson Post Oflice  as follows: For Spokane and all U.S.  pointH,~ Victoria, Rossland, Trail Creek  and Waneta, at 6 p.m. on week days and  12 noon ou Sunday.  For Revelstoke, Nakusp, Robson,  Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and  all C.P.R. points East aud .West, on  Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday at 5  p.m. -  For Kaslo, Ainsworlh, Pilot Bay,  Balfour, Sandon, Three Forks and New  Denver at 3 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday,  and Friday, and at 8 a.m. on Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday.  It is imperative that ail matter .for  Registration should be handed in half an  hour previous to closing of the mails.  THE WEATHER.  The week has been tine and bright but  tbe nights are getting colder.  THSRMOMETER.  'Oct.  4���������Max OU'  5���������        32������  6-         59 =  ....55������  ....36������  ....oy3  Min  4 ���������  8���������  9-   _-���������   3-������   ���������-_���������-   .11������   IO"*   25 =  These readings are taken at 9 a. ra. and consequently represent the highest and Jowe.t  tern pciature during the precoding 21 hours.  Mr.' E. J. Ritchie has opened in- tbe  hardware business.'   He has taken" tbe  store lately ucvupied by ^Turner Beeton -  &Uompauy.   For the present he hasc  his goods in' the warehouse behind tbe  store. *    ' .  The many friends of Mr. Francis are',*  glad to see him about once more.   His"  enforced confinement to the house tor  the last two months was owing to his  horse falling, with the result tbat oue  of the bones in his leg was broken*.  On and after October 9th, all mail matter for Quebec, Ontario, and the Northwest provinces will be dispatched daily  except Sunday, via Spokane. Wash., and  mail from .the above mentioned point* '  .will be received daily by same route.  Mr. A. W.  Jones of Victoria is io,  Nelson   for k few days.   Mr. Jones is "  the guest of Mr. li. E. Croasdaile. . It.  is four* years since be was in Nelson',  and he sees much improvement.".- -*���������  . - The members of the Ladies' Hospital  Aid are urgently requested to attended  a special meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13,  at 3 p.m., at the Church of England, to  meet-with" the Board of Directors-of  the Hospital.  The Smelter will be blown in today..  There are about 1000 tons of ore in the  bins to commence with. When -the  new stack is finished, the smeller superintendent will keep the "mine super*.  tendent hustling to provide' tbe  necessary ore.    -,    ���������   ���������  "A Conuudrum Tea" is the name given  an entertainment which the ladies of the  Methodist Church propose holding in the"  Fireman's Hall next Wednesday evening,  14th" inst A good programme and an  excellent supper will afford a pleasant  evening for all.  Sir Bartle Frere, son .of the late Sir  Bartle Frere who was at one time Govr-,  nor of Cape Colony, Africa, Mr. Foster,  one of the directors of the Kamloops  Development Company, of which Mr.  Woodhouse of Rossland is manager, and  Judge Spinks were passengers on tbe  Nakusp for Rossland on Tuesday.  J C. Belton came down - from _ Red .  Mountain on- Tuesday. Two men are at  work on the Big Four. This group C3n-  sists of four claims owned by Rosslaud  men principally, on tbe Red Mountain  opposite Slocan Crossing. - A tunnel has  been driven in about 10 feet and assays  from $1 to $18 have been got. The vein  runs N.E. by S.W. and the owners think  they have a big thing..  * The mineral exhibit at the Fruit Fair  in Spokane is a good display, some camps  in British Columbia notably Fort Steele  in JEast Kootenay ,"and the Boundary  Creek district make good showing. The  Rossland and Slocan districts are poorly  represented only three claims from each  district sending ore.  A large number of excursionists went  to the Spokane Fair from British Columbia, over 150 went from Rowland and  Trail, abont 75 from Nelson and 50 from  Kaslo, Ainsworth. Sandon, Three Forks,  etc. AmongeD those from Nelson were  Dr. aDd Mrp. Arthur, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. O.  Buchanan, Miss Nelson, Mr. and Mre. J.  A. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Patterson,  and Messrs. T. M. Ward. G, Tunstall jr.,  W. Ward, T. Madden. J. Johnson, Fred'  Irvine, Russell, Dover. Clements and  o there.  '-**���������.-*"'  -���������.*-,��������� .-.���������'>-  >���������'X';*.  vt.V**a|  .-. -;,-___?*'  .1 THE MINER, NELSON, B.C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1896.  I ���������**���������.._.  Wxt JKtner,  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  will be mailed t, jmy address in Canada or  the Uiti'ed States 'or one year on receipt of  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 /J cents per nonpareil  ���������tine first insertion, and JO cents per line for  each ubsequent insertion. Advertisements  running Jor shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  *LL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address of the -writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in first-rate style at  the shortest notice  ADDR-SS  f"HB MlNIRPltlNTINb * HUBLI8HINGCO  NELSON.    B.C.  AMES HOLDEN CO.  Make First Clasa  Boots  #  ��������� .'������������������   Shoes  For niners & Prospectors  - '      ' 3 '���������     -     (418)  NELSON, OCTOBER 10,1896  for custom smelting with the brightest  prospects, and there is a certainty  that Nelson will shortly be a large and  important smelting point. For every  dollar of profit that goes into the pockets of the shareholders in the Hall  Mines,. two goes into the pockets of  the people of Nelson.  The pioneers of the town have waited patiently, now" some six years for  the dawn of that era of prosperity  which they trusted in. Now it has.  come and their stanch patience will be  rewarded with that success they so  well deserve.  THE GROWTH OF A CAPITAL CITY.  Neither Rome nor Rossland,, were  built in a day, though the latter went  very near it. .Nelson comes somewhere between tbe two. She has been  some six. years -a-building, planting  sturdy roots .in", good soil, and now  having solid foundation., she shoots  ahead well able to avail herself of all  the. great natural, advantages with  which she has been endowed liy a  prodigal nature.:Nor has nature alone  lavished gifts on her. Besides the  silver -and gold in the hills around,  and the noble waterway that brings  valuable cargoes to her wharves, busy  men havejgiven her railway connection,  both to the C. P. R. to the north.and  to all the great systems of the United  States to the south. ' Soon these facilities are to be supplemented by the long  hoped for Crow's Nest - Pass line' and  "the railway up tbe; valley of the Slocan  River. - Every spike ��������� that is driv.en" in  ��������� these lines is another brick in the edifice of Nelson's prosperity.  Material evidences of the truth of  these remarks are not wanting. .No  sooner aire the remaining government  lots offered' for sale,. than the public  rush in and buy. about one hundred  and twenty of tbem, paying down  eighteen thousand, solid dollars for  them. Though the sale is barely completed the clearing of lots, the rising  houses, tbe ring of the hammer on  every side show that the lots were  not bought by. speculators, but by people eager to make homes for "themselves. These are the folk who buil(i  up cities.. The lumber mills are strained to the utmost tb meet the demand,  the hardware men will tell' you that  ~they lwn"Barely"~impoi:t"stocl-""fast^  enough, there is not a shingle in town,  -and,carpenters cannot be got for love  or money. And with all this .there  i6 no boom." There is ho wild mass of  floating "population swarming iu the  . streets and wondering where it is going to get two bits to pay for its next  meal. Tbe men., who are laying tbe  foundation of ' the Jobanhesberg .'of  North America are all earning good  money. They bring-their wives and  families with them, they are prosper'  oiis and well to do. k  ., While in the town itself this, happy  reign of ' prosperity Js inaugurating  itself, the hills around-are swarming  with prospectors seeking the wealth  to pour into Nelson's lap. The books  at tbe Record office show that the  pioneer army find at least one hundred  and fifty locations every week worth  recording. From every side they come.  The Salmon River and its branches  supply some, the hills that slope into  the, Kootenay supply others. Toud  Mountain itself still holds hitherto undiscovered- treasures, -and the Silver  Slocan is spreading itself out across  the divide until the newer location  posts stand within view" of the Silver  King Tramway/ Only recently we  have seen.samples of ore from ledges  of considerable size that would fetch  $50,000 if they happened to be in Trail  Creek. They are worth just as much  here and will not be allowed to waste  their sweetness for v*.he want of a purchaser. .," ~.  Lastly, but by no means least, is the  Hall Mines Smelter, and the.great  " 8ilver King mine itself. Second to  none in the whole district is the great  property. Its wise'directors instead of  scattering their profits abroad in the  shape of dividends are spending their  first earnings in putting in new machinery at the mine, increasing their  facilities for bringing down the ore,  and doubling, almost trebling, the  capacity of their smelting plant, So  well have their operations succeeded  lhat the company is laying itself out  INCORPORA TION OF NELSON.  We trust that the South Kootenay  Board of Trade will meet before long  and formulate some scheme for the  incorporation of the town, which the  people of Nelson will endorse. Every  property owner in the town is agreed  that incorporation is necessary, and in  face of the fact that Nelson will in the  next year or two increase in population much more rapidly than in'the  past, this matter should be attended to  at once. Under'the municipal act, it  is necessary to ap ily for i charter in  June next, then if granted the charter  would go into effect in January 1898.  We can however apply to the Provincial Government for a special act in  January next, which if granted would  go into effect atthe end of the fiscal  year, June 30th 1807. If possible the  rate, mentioned in the act as far as  property owners are concerned should  not exceed the present charges under  Provincial Government. There could  then be no objection on the part of  absentee owners of property, who  otherwise might vote against incorporation, under the impression that  they would have to pay largely increased taxes. With the examples of  other small cities which have been  already incorporated, before them, it  is not likely that the citizens of Nelson  would elect men to office who would  squander the public money.  AN ORATORICAL GEM.  Marvel-on* ^Oratorical   Beauty   of (Had*.  stone's Speech Admired.  London, Sept. 25���������Apart from the  marvellous oratorical beauty of the speech  delivered by Mr. Gladstone yesterday  afternoon, the most .prominent feature  was the statesmanlike quality of the  plan of action proposed. The audience  was largely composed cf bitter political  opponents of the veteran orator, yet no  whisper of dissent was heard when he  outlined the policv, which it is fair to  take ns granted, he would have pursued  if he bad been in Salisbury's place. This  differs widely from tbe so-called bag-and-  baggage policy attributed to him years  ago A leading point was the severing  of diplomatic relations with Turkey, as  certainly not calculated to lead- to a  European war, which other nations fear  at- the present time even moie than  England. At the same, time the step  would most likely lead to men-wies being  taken to safeguard the liver, and liberty,  at least, of the Christians, subjects of the  cruel Sultan. " This and other definite  suggestions by Mr. Gladstone are most  hotly debated in the leading political  clubs of London, and the general'opinion  seems to be that thence will proceed tho  chief practical effect of the great oratorical effort of the old man eloquent. Some  phrases, however, such, for instance, as  "the weakness of diplomacy is about to  be strengthened by the echo of the  nation's voice," or, "to guilt of massacre  is added the impudence of denial," or  "words he puts into the Sultan's mouth,"  again, "I have tried your patience in  distant places ��������� now I will try it under  your own eyes," and "I have desolated  my provinces and will now desolate my  capital," are not only likely, to produce  an immediate effect, but will pass into  the history of this generation's oratory.  PROl'ESSlOJiAl   CARD  GEO.  A. B.  Surgeon,  stairs.  HALL,   PHYSICIAN   AND  Office C. & K. Building, up  [350]  AWHEALLER,    BARRISTER  ���������   Solicitor, Kaslo, B, C.  AND  314  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW MILL  Nelson   Office  and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Builder,  are.invited to inspect my  stock of  Rough   and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles, Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  G. 0> JHicha_}a_}  113  THE BON TON  RESTAURANT.  Open    Day   and    Night.  TABLE D' HOTE.  BREAKFAST,        -      - T TO 11  LUNCH. ,        - IS TO S  DINNER. -      6 TO a  BOARD FROM $6.00 UP.  MISS ___*. ___:..   IDTJ-FF-y,  PBOPKIETRESS.  (230)  FOR SALE,  ML. GltlMMETT, LL. B.,'BARRISTER,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc., Sandon  NOTES.  J. L. Sullivan, late champion boxer,  has again got into trouble.' He assaulted - a street car conductor, at  Boston. If be came to Nelson and got  a job with the sanitary inspector for  the province, he could assault' people  at his own sweet will,���������case dismissed.  The strike of railway telegraph operators is'oyer, the operators having  apparently had the best of the argument all along. Still it would seem  that if they, had approached the C.P.R.  officials properly the strike would  have been unnecessary. Whilst; it  was on, the strike caused the public  much inconvenience, which .will-be felt  for some time yet, as it is.'expected  there will be much delay in the delivery of _to.es for winter use particularly in the.Kootenar country:  B. c.  (131)  ASSAYING.     ROBBINS& LANG.    AS-  sayers to  War Eagle  and Associated  Companies, Rossland (351)  S NORMAN & CO., MINING AND STOCK  ��������� Brokers, Hotel Spokane. Spokane, Wash.  Telephone 627. ...       [105]  Mahon, mcfarland & mahon. ltd.,  Mining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  B. C.   Members Stock Exchange. 330  SIBBALD AND PEASE, "* GENERAL  Commission and Fowarding 'Agents,  Wholesale Jobbers in Groceries and-Provisions  Revelstoke Station. (302) ..  LIONEL C. BARFF, Mining Broker of the  Victoria Stock Exchange of British Columbia, Ld. Lbty. Office, 32 Langley street,  Victoria, B. C. ���������,     ', &*  Mr. Jos. Martin having declined tlie  Supreme Court Judgeship of British Columbia, has asked Mr. Laurier, it is 'said,  to appoint Mr. D. C. Fraser, of Guysboro^  N. S. We trust that Mr. Bostock will  use all his influence to prevent any appointment being made, except from the  Bar of British Columbia. With such  sterling lawyers as Messrs. A. J. McColl,  now of Rossland, E. P. Davis of Vancouver, E. V. Bodwell and others who could  be named, it is surely unnecessary to go  "totb^faf"Ea8t"to"nM^"manwh6"wouldfili  the position with credit to himself and  satisfaction to those lawyers" practicing  before him.  ���������Mr. Wilson, Government Inspector  of Schools for the Province, lately visited' Nelson and inspected the school?,  which we/understand stood the-test  satisfactorily. ��������� He also went into the  government allowance for heating,  cleaning, and etc., with the Trustees.  As a result it is expected an increased  allowance will be at once given, the  present allowance of $80 per annum  will only last about three months.  The lowest amount which will run the  school, outside of salaries, is $320 a  year. Fuel and cleaning alone costing  $200 a. year. The Trustees have decided to resign should the government  not set apart the above amount. We  have no doubt however that when the \  facts are known, a proper allowance  will be made.  /["I EO. SHEDDEN.    STOCK AND SHARE  B. C.  Broker, Victoria, B.C. (Member of the  S'ocjc Exchange of Victoria.)    Clients  interests  carefully  guarded and  settlements  promptly made. Snares at latest quotations.  . o__  Do You Want To Borrow.  It is as easy to pay off a Loan on our plan as  it is to pay rent. A $500 loan costs 87.50 per  month and pays off principal and'interest in  8 years, other sums in proportion.'timc'of pay  ment limited, to 8 years. First mortgage  improved property only. A6k tor prospectus. -  .     ,'      -     W. J. G DICKSON,  Agent Equitable Savings & Building Association. . . - ,    -,   * ���������   364  There is no better assorted stock of  Wa).   Papers  :  Ceilliigs   aiid   porder*  _.lIIn__the__Koo.tenays,_.than_now___  on show at  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. LD.  BAKER ST-  Two Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  103 **������. J. G. Dickson, Baker St.  ANTOINE MAUEIN.  ���������fi  iatoiiE iTRepalrii  Dry Goods. Clothing, Etc*.  NEW AXD SECOND HAND,  NELSON  (293)  B. C.  M__HN_-  C. KAUFFflAN  _r  Takes pleasure in annoucingf to his friends that he is  licensed (without solitary objection) and is prepared to furnish the public at- large with best Butter, Eggs, Hams,  Bacon, and a^fresh supply of Groceries in general at prices  defying competition. Cigars, Tobaccos and Tabacconists'  Sundries. * .* *'.*.*  A SPECIALTY.  Thos. Dunn*.&j Co., L'd.  DEALERS IN  H.ERS'. BLACKSMITHS' AND ML SUPPLIES,  i  BAR AND-SHEET IKON, MIKEK.* _*H_iS, 1MB AND  SHEET --EEL,  MINER!.- SIIOVEL8, WIttE KOI-K_, MANILLA HOPES,  * DYNAMITE  FUSE AND CAPS.  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR MINING CO.'S  QUICKSILVER..  Write for Quotations. Gable Address. "Dunn."  (133) :V"_A.ISrOOTJ^7"__������3_Ei.  _B.  O.  the Mcdowell atkins watson co., ltd  _. e-^-WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL-S^9  VANCOUVER,   S.   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  , VANCOUVER, B. C.  10 AND 12 CORDOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE STREET.  417 HASTINGS STREET  Money to Loan  Birbeck Investment,  Security & Savings Co.  ARtHUR R. SHERWOOD,  AGENT,  Nelson. B.C.  '383  ROYAL HOTEL,  , Cor. Stanley and Silica street*,  NELSON.     .     -      ' , - B.  O.  Prices from 10 cents per roll.  NELSON,    .'-       -       -    .B.C.,  ^ .. - .   "      'also VANCOUVER.   , [302]  MINING/AGENTS.  W. J. G. DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING  BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  NELSON*, _B. C.     [335]  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  ������ **. FURNITURE- ENTIRELY  V,     NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  Best Location In Town.   Beaatirul Views.  Bar  now  Open  and  Stocked with  Choice Liquors and Cigars.  . Unequalled in Kootenay.\.  Give-us a. trial and  be  Convinced.  SILVER PLATE  1847 Rogers Bros., Extra Plate  Knives and Forks, per doz.  Table Spoons, ."    ���������- .  Tea Spoons ������������.  -���������  $5*5o  6.50  3.**5  Also, a Full Line of Plate of Every Description  .,, _���������  AT~���������  Jacob poVer's The JeWeNer  Paker Street, iVetson  (243.  he Bed Book.  CHERBO &  BOOTrj  a������ll  .The Miniug Review, Rossland, has  the following remarks about the Victoria ;CoIonist:  The Victoria Colonist says that The  Review is a new journal inakiug a bid  for popular favor, and that it hurts itself and hurts British Columbia by  making violent "remarks about the  land policy of the British. Columbia  government. Poor, * dear Colonist!  Its horizon is limited by the city of  Victoria. Twenty thousand exceedingly provincial people are its woild.*  Their esteem is tc ib the breath of life.  By their censure it would die. -Here  in Rossland we have a wider horizon  and freer air.* We speak our own  thoughts and care little what people  may think of them. At the same  time, how fatuous is the Colonist! It  quotes in full an article from lhe Review which it think:?, because it astounds the Victorian public to whom  the clique that runs the government  are as gods not to be lightly spoken of,  will not forcibly appeal as true and  rightous to a wider audience.  W. A. JOWETT,  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  lXSMRAKCK aad - - -  *"   CONMISSIOK AVEST.  VICTORIA ST.,  814  NELSON, B. C.  Clarke Hotel,  Josephine St��������� Nelson.  Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughput with the  electric light. Every modem  convenience. Special rates  for hoarders-  The Har Is supplied With Choicest Brands  af Manors and Cigars.  f MRS. CLARKE,  Late of Royal Hotel, Calgary  Price $4. per Copy  The Only Directory of the Province in Two Years.  A COMPLETE GAZETTEER  of over 500 points in British Columbia, many of which have never before  appeared in any Directory or Trade Reference Book  with Location, Population &"���������'  BANKING TOWN8 TELEGRAPH OFFICES  RAILWAY STATIONS EXPRESS OFFICES  POST OFFICES MONEY ORDER OFFICES  ^  A POCKET REFERENCE BOOK  OF ALL THE   -.  TRADES, PROFESSIONS.    INDUSTRIAL-ANP  MINING ENTERPRISES.  Over 6000 Business  and Professional Firms, Full Names, of Partners, Kinds of  Business, Street Address'in Cities.  :    .  PUBLISHED BY  THE  MEECHANTS'    *  Vancouver and Victoria:  AGENCY,  (356)  E. A. POWYS & CO.  asTELSoasr. b. o.   '  Mining- Agents and Sharebrokers,  Insutance, Real Estate. Commission  and Mining Machinery Agents.  A Register kepttvith full particulars of Claims.  SALES NEGOTIATED.        ^  202)  P. G. LIDNER  MINING)   ENGINEER  AND   METALLURGIST.  SPECIALTY  Gold Mining & Gold Extraction.  NELSON, B. O. 396  KELLY, DOUGLAS & CO.  ���������V____SrCO"0"V'E3I..  B. c.  WHOLESALE -GROCERS    AND   DIRECT  IMPORTERS FROM  China,   India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groceries, Cigars, Cigarettes,  Tobaccos, Etc  Prompt Altenllom to All Orders.  -      ." [329]  NELSON^LOTS.  NQTICE.  Having appointed W. J.. G. Dickson  local agent for addition A to the town-  site of Kelson, intending purchasers of  lots or parties wishing information,  plans or price list of the addition will  please apply to him.  400 F. C. INNES.  Just Arrived  ��������� I.J * <��������� L  A FULL LINE OF  Scotch, English and Canadian  UNDERWEAR  Better and Cheaper than ever.  A few   bargains  in   Ladies'   Shoes  yet  remain.  The P. 0. Store.    GILKER HELLS.  _sr__i__so3sr & _=_:__o_- _3_AJ-_r.    ?  f  f  JOHN HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office:  AND  BOSSLAND, B. O.  NELSON  -      110  We are now Receiving Weekly Shipments of  o  Creamery Butter in One Pound Pats  Wild We R_.co_nnenfl_tojB of Superior Quality.  Hudson's Bay Company,  <:  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  (������s yrT^rst^  n"'i f/_^������-=������J-S'*>r������-M,r-'J ���������_^T^-p.-PB**'  wa^'iiUw.j^!: tj  .^X-^^^l  THE MINER, NELr50NrB,C.rSATOR'D to; 1896  TO BE OPENED'UP  The  ;"������*..d  ln,S;e,  :;  this  ^OTilffilBijD-S-i  mm&vizw  \QBQOQQm  W\^*M!W  If!������������������������������������������!  GAZETTE NOTICES.  IFrom tlio B. C. Gazette o������ 1st Oct., 18SC)  NEW INCORPORATIONS.  Lily May Gold Mining Company (For.)  Capital, $1,000,000 in $1 sliaiea. Heart  office, Spokane. ,.  Alherta Gold Mining Co. Ld. (Foreign)  Capital $1,000,000 iu $1 shares. Heart  office, Spokane. ' .    '  B. C. Exploration Syndicate Ld. (Por.)  Capital ������20,000 -in- ������1''shares. Heart  office, 103 Cannon St., Loudon, Eug.  Chicago Gold Miniug Co. (Foreign.)  Capital $500,0:K) iu 81 shares. Head  oflice, Spokane. .  Old Glory Mining Co., (Foreign.)  Capiial $1,000,000, in $1 shares. Head  office Seattle, Washington.  B.C Mining Co. Ld. (Foreign) Capital ������20,000, in ������1 shares. Head office,  Suffolk House, Lawrence Pouutuey Hill,  London, Eug.  Exchequer Gold Mining Co. Ld. Capital $1,000,000 in $1 shares. Heud office,  Nelson, B.C. Directors; John Cliraie  Drewery J. S. Clute and W. J. Nelson,  of Rossland, B.C:  Hercules Gold Mining Co., L'd.  Capital. ������2,000,000 in $1 shares. Head  office, Victoria, B. C. - Directois: W.  G. Elliott,' H. A." King and W. J.  Green of Rosslaud, B. C.  King Solomon Mines, L'd. Capital  $500,000 in $1. shares. Head office,  Vancouver, B. C. Directors; Zevie G.  Goldbeig and Arthur Wheeler of Vancouver, Isaac A. Yeren of Los Angeles,  Cal., and Robie L. Reid of New "V.'esl-  luinster, B. C.       ������  _.  ��������� Northern Light Gold Mining Co.  Capital, $250,000 in $1 shares,. Head  office, Victoria, B. C. Directors; Ernest Hall, John Jardine, Alex. McCrim-  inon.'J. L. Forrester, James Freel,  James Maynaid, and John McRobbie  of Victoria, B.*C.  Electrical Reduction and Refining Co.  Ld." Capital $25,000 in 5000 shares of $5  each. Head office, liossland, 13. C. Directors; ' William. Beuuison of Everett,  Wash., J. S. Patterson. W. G. Campbell  and J. W. Cover of Rossland, B. C. and  A. P. Van Somercn of Souris, Man.   ,  THE C. & C. SOLD.  I_.tiric_n-_a.iIo  Kiver  to* !!������>  Slpi-urri  '"    Up Very Soon.'  TheDnuc-m-Tjardo river is lo bo o  iii) i'ron. Kootenay;lake to HjW-bi'  nnd a hti'.rt will probably bo mad  fall', _pfi>'R die Kootenaiim. ,    -  Tlio above statement,', f-nuidi d, upon  ud vice*, inun M . HewiLt^Ilsistoc'c M. P���������  who rt.iys HiiiL Mis it.i1 in of,.$3,').**0, ���������**-".'���������:  on the sni-plimientaiy list" as. a first ap-  propriation lo oivm perliminary work" in  ipbning tip the Duncan-Liinlo river,'as  ���������ecommeiideil hy Mr. G.-iunbl., will pasa.  This mcBsii that Uic  nr*xt  session  of  parliament will m-ike (lie furMior Appropriation   iiews-'i'i'y,   about  $20,000, and  that I'eJore two ye.us some 30 miles of]  navij;ab]o water wi!! bo added to Kootc-1  drv lake, aiid an   i-unio' f-e niinernl din-1  tri'cl. thu*. opened up.   Not only l'-'*-. ���������J'1*" I  "liingthe Duncnii-Lsirrto-liver and biii-'  ronndiuy i-lion*.-of Huwser hike, lie largp '  tracts ot bollmii hnuU suitable for farm-!  insr aud sraail ftnii r.'ii.-iiig, all of which!  will   b>   bruiigh.   under the plow nud.  sickle, through the opening up to ntiviga- ���������  tion of the above nieulioned tiveis.  The preliminary work referred to con- '  sists of clearing the river; ot "sweepers"'  aloug the banks, .traighteningthechanuel  in oue or two places by removing jamF,  and preparing for the greater work of  dredging and turning the different channels at the mouth or the river into one.  Hundreds of prospectors aud claim  owners will be gratified to hear of this  work going forward. Oue of the great  problems '*vith them has been the opening up of tbe district, and they have  fought for.years with the provincial gov  eminent to little purpose;  this year, which, should  wagon   road,   being   the  a trail built  have been "a  only result.  When Mr. Bostock came before them last  spring and told them what he would do  at Ottawa, they knew he was sincere and  the result was his election. It is begii -  ing to he shown by liis work that Kootenay did not make a mistake when she  sent Mr. Bostock as her representative at  Ottawa.  '%& WIT  Co's  No. 1  Telegraph  MATCH  HULL,  BAND & WALLBHIDSE  MINING BROKERS  i  Nothing at all  thc matter with  these matches*  3ANDON,  B.-C.  We  have much pleasure in.  announcing lhat we have opened an office in Sandon, li. C,  and   are  prepared   to  handle  any  ties'  our  legitimate  that may  attention.  mining*  be  proper  brought  to  122  KOOTENAY   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  Piaijo Lessors  Given "by an experienced lady teacher. Apply  at Thomson Stationery  Oo's Store, Nelson.        m  Tlie Nortbwrst .Mining Association.  All persons contributing $i.oo  per month or $10.00 per.year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits ofthe Hospital; in addition thef  $10.00 subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting at the annual  election of directois.  A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  J. BLANEY, Collector  Nelson,  B. ������C.," August 14th,  1896.  ��������� "- (419)  EitKlisu Cupllal Secures   This  rronili-liii.  Cliilm.  Negotiations which have been pend-  '\     ing for some weeks for the sale of the  '*������.   C. & C. were   closed  by   telegram   on  A   Saturday night,   and the  men    who  since May have been working' on  the  property were laid off on Sunday night.  The sale is made,to old country parties  who   will   organize   a. new company  and continue development work.  "   The sale was made lo  Evans   Colo-  *"mair&'-_v.'insr"of-Vancouver.���������aud-as  the terms were arranged by wire  the  details are not yet given  out,  though  a sufficient deposit has been put up to  leave no doubt but that lhe sale will  be consumiuted. The sellers get a sum  in cash a specified proportion of shares  in   a   company   to   be    incorporated,  which may have its head.office iu Lon-  The C. & C. was located by Charles  Drew and Charles Abrahainsoi*. who  sold to Captain Gore,- W. A. Jowett,  of Nelson, .and D. McGillivary, of  Vancouver. These did the asses.inent  work and got the Crown Grant. Olive  Phillips-Woll. v has since bought into  it, and J.10'Leary, bought D. McGil-  livray's interest in April last., The  officers of t he company are J. O'Leary,  president; D. G. Marshall and Mclver  Campbell, directors; J. G." C. Abbott,  secretary and treasurer.  About, 150 feet of work has been  done, chiefly a shnft of 78 feet in ore  all the way. Good sample assays have  been got for the last 30 feet of shaft.���������  Rosslander.  DE-T0-K0NE-PAT.  lord Aberdeen Elected Chief or lhe Seneca  IiidliiiiH.  Lord Aberdeen, last week, visited the  Six Nation's fair at .Ohsweken, and was  made chief of the Seneca tribe of the Six  Nations, his token being the turtle and  his' new name being De-To-Eonh-Pat,  which signifies "Clear Sky.'! The governor-general was given a most cordial  reception, the unusual feature of which  was three vigorous war whoops.  In an interview in the Montreal Star,  "Jim Warduer, of Coeur D'Alene and  Slocan fame, said it was interesting to  notice how the great finds of gold and  silver had moved northward in recent  years. Gold was discovered in California  in 1849-50, the great Comstock mine in  Nevada in 1852, Pioch and Tu.carora in  1865-75, the great Emma and Flagstaff in  Utah in-1872, the Homestake mine, Dead-  wood, Dakota, in 1876, Bunker Hill and  Sullivan, ot the Coeur d'Alene, in 1883.  and finally, that vast and wonderful  Kootenay, including the Slocan, Trail  Creek aud Lardeau, from 1889 to 1896.  Commencing at Pioch he had pioneered  in every one of" these, and in each had  supposed that the last and largest had  been ^struck. Now he believed a still  greater deposit of mineral wealth 'existed  in the Kootenay district, and it only re-  mained for some one to discover it -  The convention met on Wednesday and  after the committee ou credentials hnd  reported, President Dennis delivered a  masterly address. Senator Watson C.  Squire* made a few appropriate remarks.  In the afternoon session C. M. Fussott  read a paper on the different methods of  treating ores. Judge Frank Ganahl and  Colonel Charles F. Fishback also delivered addressee. Below is given part of  President Dennis' address.  A review oE the past year's labor will  not" at this time be amiss.   I give it to  you that, you may know at least in part  its character, as well as its accomplish-'  ment. -  There has heen appointed two hundred and. twetily five second vice presidents, fifty-eight of which were in the  state of Washington, forty-seven in the  state of Montana, fifty-two in the state of  Idaho, forty-one .in the state'of Oregou,  and twenty-five in the Province of British Columbia. These officials represent  organized branches of this Association,  one each in the miniug district for which  he is appointed. These brooches with  the second vice presidents as chairmen,  hold regular meetings and through their  secretary,--report the action of their  executive * committee, except in such  cases where, the chairman who is also a  member of said committee, in person,  presents, the said action, in regular  executive'committee session.  We are pledged to support in common all interests of mining in the  northwest, whether those" interests are  ailected either by laws already operative or by persons or corporations,  or new laws Io be ordained, and ouly  in this way is our work destined for  long duration and the highest usefulness. Our purpose is a common, one,  and our inspiration the attainment of  the greatest good. ���������  The province of British Columbia  has had our warmest consideration and  .np stone has.been left unturned or interest not advanced that we in our  power could subserve. In April of the  present year, and as a delegate from  this association to the parliament of  British'"Columbia, I visited Victoria.  The tax bill then before the honorable  body for consideration, implied a two  per cent..tax penalty upon the gross  output,of all crude .ores produced in  the province, which was deemed pernicious to the development of mining.  Had this bill be.n permitted to become a law it would have retarded for  time to come, mining development in  British Columbia.- In the final settlement of the measure the association  was a maiked factor. The bill as finally passed was so modified that but  one per cent upon the net smelter returns was substituted and became the  law.' This permits prospecting and  development to proceed unhindered  and unprejudiced, and now no revenue  is paid in the way of a tax to the general government except upon ?uch ores  as are mined and first shipped to the  smelter and for which casn returns are  made. Thus ores upon the dump are  exempt from this liability. The association regards its - identification  with its attendant results as one of  the best and most important endeavors  of the year.  -  fllT     ORES . . .  C-pJer,    WANTED.  Write for Prices.   Give assays, etc.  State Ore Sampling Co.,  \ DENVER, COLO..  _^aUffipai)5s  I^estalirai)t  IS  REOPENED   UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS $6.00 PER WEEK.  ___^_E_:__.so__>r  DOORS, SASHES aa_ TUJ-HED W03K,  BRACKETS and OFFICE Ffr-ISMS.  c " __    ��������� " V4   -  SATISFACTIOIN-' G *d A^ ANTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.  ������������������ ���������_ i  ���������:,'Yi\  '-'*'; "h  ���������   _.    r    *  YTi > *\   1  '. '���������!.:;���������  .���������'-..I  .,-���������* ��������� j  NELSON, B. G.  :.*.  E. S. TOPPING  TRAIL, B. G.  ���������I  ANNIE BURTON, Proprietress  I^itchies Hardware Eipporiliiji  CELEBRATED WARRIOR  Cooking and Heating Stoves  ���������-���������ALSO--���������   }  Agateware and Tinware  MINERS' TOOtS, 1  NELSON, - -        -B.C.  Has 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 i>ot Monkeij With Wild Cats.  Will be pleased to   answer  '.PA-  '    _  *  f-VYJ  -1,  ���������t'**h  m  YV  f.  any. business  enquiries.  LAWRENCE  Our stock is now very complete' in-  JuMbps' ������ Hardware ������ aM ���������*������;Mmin������  of almost every description: ���������  We are here to do business.      If we have not.what you'wanti  Pwe-wiil get it tor you.    Give us a trial for Goods'and Prices.  TINNING AND PLUMBING.  T__3I___3*E������*H:03ST"H! **_-*to.  J;  .._���������*  -V?*-  -"���������-.-, 1  ��������� *���������-- *  ��������� .-'-.}-  -.** .*- \-  7 -<  Individuality  -.'.-. of Feet!  No two pairs ot ftwt are exactly ������**���������*  Yonr kindest flat-footed friend eoold -  not make tola ahoee'llt your wmtow toed. root, vm  here's a aboe made In r> many different shape*,  ���������widths and sizes, after Nature's term*, that any, man  can jret Ms exact fit, no matter what kind of feet he  la addicted to. Made by tb* famous Ooodyear *W*������  process, to black or tancalf-tfdn. Bach pair stamped  on tb* mi* !&������0, |4 so. ������6 00 per pair*  The Slater Shoe (ior Men.)  WASTED mil Sifter, Coper or Goal Properties.  WILL BUY of romole GflMBy to take ore.  WILL HANDLE Bondsof Flectnc Steam or Harse Car Railways.  WILL BUa_D Waterv^s or FliojU BoBfts of Samit.  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. |.d.  17 and 19 Broadway, -    New York City.  ^ ___. ,___. _. _:^_____-^_. l.^__._^^____._79__-____  , .���������������������������  * ���������* ���������  Winning* of the Prlnre of Wales..  - By winning the Jockey. Club stgke of  ������50,000 al Newmarket on Tlrarsdny last  tbe Prince of Wales' Persimmon had  brought its total winnings up Jo $1-4,-  380, apart from the considerable amounts  winch His Koval Highness is understood  to have won in bets.  Two Distlni;iii>''hc<l Frenchmen on  or Inspection of Mines,  A Tour  E. M. Du Mavau and E. P. Enders, of  Pan's, are in Butte. They are spending  a vear visiting the mines of the Uuited  States and Canada. Monsieur Du Mavan  is Commissioner of Mines and reports to  the French Minister of Commerce. They  will go to British Columbia, California,  Arizona and Mexico in the order named.  ���������Anaconda Standard.  f'lLKEB A WEllS, Sole Agent* for Nelson. (iREEK BKOS.. Agenls at Kexlo.  '' IIVNTCK BK08.. HEMIUK K and ���������������., AicentM ������t Bos*Und.  HV.\TEtt, McKINMU.V A CO., hvMU at Three Fork*. -  THOS. WHSON, Agent nt Trail.  372  DUDLEY D./LANCASTER.  N. B. BUCKLER  BUCKLER & LANCASTER  Will Buy and Sell on Commission  MINES AND STOCKS IN TRAIL CREEK,  BOUNDARY CREEK and SLOCAN CAMPS  and all Legitimate Properties Elsewhere.  TURNER, BEETON :.&'CO.  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS.  4/B^^SHIPPERS AND IMPORTERS  A LARGE STOCK 6f^  Jt]___L������]__:12rr������  JTJTS-C lisi*  A Car Load of  WRITE TO VS.  C _.  _.IEKER'_   TELEfiRAPHIC CIPHER.  },  ROOMS 301.-M. HYDE BLOCK,  S_?0_^A.3SrE_  . 342  "W-S-SH:.  M. R. SMITH:$ CO.  Biscuit ManiifactTirers.  ; "WBITE   FOE   PBIOE   JUST.  VIOTORIA        -        B.C. ("2)  From Salisbury, Matabeleland,"news  is received that there has been serious  fighting on the Mazo river the last three  days. In one engagement the 'British  force was hemmed in for over ten hours  by a strong force of insurgents.  THE MINER���������.  Is the Best Advertising Medium in West Kootenay.  All * Kinds* of * Fine * Job * Printing  0  For Mining Information and News of-the Camps, Take  THE MINER  POJlTLArtp    CEMENT.  ORE BAGS ALWAYS IN STOCK  Victoria and Nelson, B C. and London, Eng*,  (248)  Fred J. Squire  HAS RECEIVED HIS SPRING STOCK OF  SCOTCH TWEEDS, SERGES, WORSTEDS  AND TROUSERINGS.  TWEED SUITS      -  SERGE SUITS  COR. BAKER  NELSON, B.O.  :es                         %   .  -      $25.00 UP  $27:00 "  WARD STREETS.               oo  i'l ;T^i^������5__T__-  ____S___l_lB__i___^^^_^^___S___:  ���������a*m������,������������audta_������__������___���������_____^������*i_������������������^^  THE MINER, NELSON, B. G., SATURDAY, OCTOBER io, 1896.  - **_*_  ii..  HOW SHE PAID.  1  Marian. Hlndson stood In the roon^  hat. dazed,tremulous with joy at the eud-  den good ' fortune which had come to  her. Her" husband bad gone to business  before the letters had arrived. A , large  legal-looking letter was for her, which  ���������he turned over and over, and felt half  afraid to open, it seemed so important;  (or tbe envelope bore outside the names  of "Wllklns & Wllklns, Solicitors. At Unt  ���������he bad summoned up courage enough to  . look what was inside, and had read, to her  astonishment and delight, tbat Frederick  Walton of New York, now deceased.  had left by his will, five thousand pounds  to his dear brother, Jacob Walton, or,  If deceased, to his wife and children. And  Messrs. Wllklns & Wllklns, Solicitors to  tbe said Frederick Walton, deceased,  notified farther to Marian Hlndson tbat,  her father and mother now being dead,  ���������nd she the only child, they would be  -my glad If she would direct them as to  ���������when and bow they should pay tbe five  thousand pounds aforesaid.  It was totally, unexpected. Only onoe  or twice   had - Marian   even   beard  her  " father speak of his brother in Now York.  She knew there was such an one, that  was all; for the two had never been vory  friendly. And now! Her eyes filled with  tears whilst she went and took up ber  husband's. photo, whioh she lovingly  klssoU, as she murmured: "Edward, my  love! my husband! Mow I can repay  yonr goodness to* me I"-  -*., Five years   before , the   time   wo- are  . speaking of,' Edward Hlndson bad loved  Marian* Walton passionately, devotedly  and constantly, and it was not unexpected on her part when he, after twelve  months' acquaintance, made a proposal  of marriage to her.  Bat Micrlan Walton was  not  sure of  ��������� her"own "heart. She acknowledged she  liked Edward as a friend; but did-she  love him as one ought to  love one's fu-  . tore husband? She scarcely.felt she could  say "Yes'' to this question, and, whilst  hesitating to totally negative his proposal,'- she. did not care to accept lt offhand. And, perhaps, there was a little-  well' what woman does not like to be  asked twice or thrice?  So she simply wrote to say she didn't  oare to engage ; herself yet to anybody,  and suggested that lt might   be better If  " bis attention were to cease.  Mow, Edward Hlndson was just the  man- to whom this treatment was partlo-  " nlarlj annoying. Sure of his own love,  be felt much hurt at what be considered  -Miss. Walton's lightness of heart; and  he resolved to,do her bidding, and keep  ���������way from her. Yet he felt he loved her  nonetheless. So he quietly pursued his  work, gaining fame by, his writings,  though not ��������� fortune, in money. Jacob  Walton died six months after this. As  far as was known, he had left no income  for'bis wife and daughter, beyond a mere  trifle���������say, a pound a week���������and this  was not mubh to those who had been  aooustomed to ton.' There was a fair  amount of furniture, it is true, and, after several talks about the matter, Mrs.  Walton and her daughter decided on that  . step which la always the* last refuge of  distressed gentlewomen,   namely,   keep**  * Ing ��������� preparatory school.  But there" dame a sadden shook���������an  awful shook for them. On the Saturday  before the week that they. were ��������� to open  their school, a gentleman asked to we  'Mrs. Walton. On going into the room,  . ibe, found a somewhat harsh-looking  man, who addressed her rather roughly���������  "Mrs. Walton?!'. . -   , .  "Yes."*  "Will yon read that?"      . ,   .  She took lt and read it  "What Is it, sir? What does it mean?  Please tell me your business!"  ���������''"Don't* you hurry so. my good  -woman; you'll learn it fast enough."  . Shewould have, ordered him out, but  ���������eemed to have no power left; so, she  simply sat helplessly and tremblingly  waiting for him to speak.  ."This here, "madam Is what we call  an -nooommodatlon'; some folks rail lt  V'bUI of sale." You don't know what  ���������hat means? No? Well, I'll tell you.  .Yonr husband was. acquainted some  two years.ago with a man called James  Swain, who was,'I. believe,- in the same  buidness. Swain, one day,. being hard  np,' oame to oar Jflrm���������Messrs. Jlrotfr- *  - Jlmpsb-Loan-Offlce, .Newmarket ..street-?,  - to borrow money. He wanted one hundred pounds. Of course, before he could  have It he had to - find somebody to be  surety for Its repayment. That somebody  was your late  husband, Mr.   Jacob Wal-  '* ton, as you will see by. the signature  here. . Now do you understand?"  The widow's face was deadly pale, and  her knees shook violently.  "I hear what you sny, sir," she muttered. - "But was the money not repaid,  then." -,,..*.  "No, that lt wasn't! Moreover, Swain  decamped about three months ago, nnd  your husband called  on us,   and  agreed  * to pay by instalments If left untouched.  We accepted the ofTor. Now, you see, be  is dead, and we are wanting our money.  That's the case,* in a nutshell!"  The widow saw it all. "Itwas cruel 1  Oh, why did her husband ever sign such  **a paper���������and leavo Marian and herself in  Ignorance of lt, too? She wan not a business woman, and a gleam of hope fluttered across her mlad.  "My husband .is dead, so now wo nan-,  not bo made to pay what is so unjust l"  she said.: ,u      _  "No; but his executors can!" replied  the man. _ "And," he added, brutally,  "tbey will? Jimps & Jimps never lose  money, my dear Mrs. Walton.' Here is  the bill of sale. If this money is not  paid by Thursday, next * week, we shall  take possession of your goods, and proceed to sell them."  . He went out, for he knew the usual  pleadings and words of the distressed in  ���������ach cruel oases^and he did not wish to  bear them. When Marian Walton entered  the room ten minutes later, she was horrified to find her mother la a fit. The  servant * who came, on hearing her  shriek, had a bad afternoon with both  of them, ere they recovered anything like  their real senses.  They   were   heartbroken.    To   be   left  thus!    Yet, after tbe first explosion   if  wrath at the injustice, no word was farther said against the causa of all this.  * "No, Marian 1" said the  mother to the  ���������-tenrful daughter, on the Monday following; ."there is nothing we   can   do.    No  one can, or will, lend   us  one hundred  "pounds; and, If  they did, how could we  repay it?   No, love: I don't see what we  can do.    But God knows."  And, witb eyes red with weeplDg at  the thought of parting with - the dearly-  loved things of years and years, she left  'My**1*" to avoid a further outbnist. Edward Hlndson was going home from  church that Sunday evening, when young  -Saylor, who had heard from a friend In  ""     >**_ <*���������_��������� about tfela affair, spoke of  it to him, not knowing  how   keenly  ho  would feel it.  The greater part of tbat night Hind- '  son sat up thinking. The following morning saw bim going to the bank, in which  he had deposited his life's savings of two  hundred pounds, and drawing out, by  check, half of it. From the bank he proceeded to the office ������f Messrs. Jimps &  Jimps, and having secured "from them  a promise���������which they readily and willingly gave���������to say not a word of how or  from whero they had got the money, he  paid the one hundred pounds owing,  and, taking possession of the bill of sale,  returned quietly home. That night the  .incriminatory document was slowly  burned in Edward Hlndson's sitting-  room fire, much to his satisfaction.  "There! Marian is safe, anyhow," said  he, "from those money-lending sharks!  Ood bless her!"  It is needless to state the tortures and  anxiety Miss Walton and her mother  went through that week till Thursday  morning. When they got the notice of  tho bill having been paid to Messrs.  Jimps & Jimps, they could scarcely believe their senses. Who could taave paid  It?  After many vain attempts to guess,  and none of them at all near the mark,  they gavo it up for the present.  "May the blessings of' Ood, promised  to those befriending the widow and  fatherless, fall upon our benefactor,"  said Mrs. Walton.  "Amen!" said Marian,  weeping  with  joy*  It was some months later that Marian  Walton began to realise sho had made a  mistake. She slowly, but surely, began to feel tliat Edward Hlndson wes  dearer to ber than she bad ever thought���������  in fact, that she loved him. It was a'  slow-dawning revelation, but all the  more certain for that. And she had rejected him! Fool that I was!".washer  daily comment, "not to have seen how  good,* how true a man I have lost!"   .  His name as a literary man was getting* widely known; but it was not that.  She loved bim. and him only. Yet,  strange'to relate, she never thought of  suoh a thing as his having - paid her  father's" debt; to her and her mother the  "good angel" was yet unknown.  Whether Hlndson got' some glimpso of  her change of feeling or not, from their  meeting at a soiree is doubtful. But now,  after "six months, he felt, if ever sho  would change, it must surely have come;  so, very delicately, he tried again, and  found.she did not. resent bis love. Emboldened by this, he soon proposed, and;  wa** shyly, but lovingly accepted.  "Forgive me, my   love!".said Marian.  "You see, I did not know   before   how I'  did love you!   And I feared  I   had lost  you for ov6r!   It is so sweet to  flnd������you  have still loved me;   I am very happy!"  So" was Edward Hindson.  -  They had been married some weeks  .before he told her who had cancelled her  father's bond. Mrs. Walton died not  long afterwards, invoking with'-*her last  words a blessing on hiin who had made  them both so happy.'  And Marian wept and kissed him joyfully and lovingly, over and over again,  as she said:��������� ^   .  .��������� "My own darling * husband! Why," I  never guessed it was you! ' What a foolish girl, too! I might have known! How.  can I thank you, my love? How. can I  ever repay your goodness?"  ,And "Edward  said   something  whioh  made his dear wife happier, than ever, as  to repayment in the' future..  *   -      *        * *- *,    .*        ������  And here It was, this morning! They  had had only one little girl, who didn t  live long, so Edward was still linrepald,  he had said. - But five thousand pounds,  to a struggling author! -.   <*"  She met htm at the door, as- he came  in, gave him the note, with a kiss, nnd  said gleefully:���������  "There, love! tell them what to do  with it. It is yours, every bit of it! And  now, with this���������and me, you often say���������  'are you not'repaid for  your  goodness?"  And the lovelight in Edward's eyes,  as he took her faoe and kissed it, showed  her that he was.  Facial Expression of Emotion.  The emotions, It is almost unneces-  sa y to state, are expressed mainly by  the face. It is true that the heaving and  feminine bosom, .in' times' of domestic  storm and stress, sometimes lends effectual ald_to_t heir better^ expression. Bnt.  with this exception** emotions Jn their,  visible condition are chiefly of the face.  That Is the case at any rate with the  comparatively immobile. Anglo-Saxon.  Why is this an undoubted fact? The  muscles of the human' face are less  massive than those of many animals;  the powerful teeth of the carnivore, need  increased strength of muscle - to bring  them effectually into play. The diminutive size of the facial muscles In man  bring them more readily' into action;  they respond more easily to a nervous  excitation. This view is due to Herbert  Spencer, who Ms quoted, but not with  entire appreciation,, by Dr. Mosso. The  latter physiologist thinks that other factors enter into the matter. Among the  most important causes. are, he thinks,  the noarnesF of the; parts stimulated to  the brain. Nervous impulses naturally  travel along the lines of least resistance;  hence the facial muscles are moved  before -the hands are clenched or the  arm shot out straight from the shoulder.  -'" The steel rail pool is made up of the  Carnegie Steel Company, the Illinois  Steel Company, the Pennsylvania -Steel  Company, the Cambria Iron & Steel  Company and the Lackawanna Steel  Company.  COLUMBIA & WESTERN RT.  Time Table in Effect June 2.  Xo. 2 passenger leaves Rossland 7:00 a.m  Arrives Trail .' 7:45 p.m  No. 1 passenger leaves Rossland .". 3:00 p.m  Arrive* Trail 4:00 p.m  Xo, 3 Leaves Trail....    9:00 a.m  Arrives Rossland 10:00 a.m  Xo. 1 Leaves Trail 5:00 p.m  Arrives Rossland 5:45 p.m  All train1! run daily on Pacific standard time.  Connection.: Columbia & Kootenay- Steam  Navigation Company's steamboat., Spokane  Falls & Northern Railway via Northuort. and  Canadian Pacinc Railway via Revelstoke.  Notice of Application for Crown Grant.  "ATTENDED."  TAKE NOTICE that T." J. Lcndrum as  agent for Alfred W. McCune and Henry  Gieucrich has filed tho necessary papers and  made application for a Crown Grant in favor of  thc .mineral claim "Attended" situate in the  Ainsworth Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Adverso claimants, if any, must rile their  objections with wc within 60 days from the  dittc nf this publication in the British Columbia  Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson, B. C. July 29, 1S96.       (412,1,8,6)  "ELLEN."  Tl AKE NOTICK (lint T. .T. Londrum ns agent  1. for'John H, Fink, Joseph Strict. Earnest  Ilarropand Lewis Ii. Lindsay has filed the  neccHsary papers and made application for a  Crown Grant in favour of: the mineral claim  "Kllcn," situated in the Ainsworth Mining  Division of West Kootenay.  Adverso claimants, if any, must fllo their  objections with mc within 68 days from the  date of this publication in tho British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS.  Government Agent.  Dated at Nelson. B. C. July 29,1896.    [411.1.8.C]  "BUGABOO."  TAKE NOTICE that T. J. Lendrum, as  JL agent for Alfred W, McCune a? id Henry  Gieerich. has filed tho necessary papers and  made application for a Crown Grant in favor  of the mineral claim "Bugaboo." situated in  the Ainsworth Mining Division of West  Kootenay. ,        ._���������,'.'.  Adverse claimants, if any. must file their  objections with me within 60 days from the  date of this ��������� publication in tho British Columbia Gazette.  N. FITZSTUBBS,  Government Agent.  Dated Nelson. B. C, July 29,1896?..       410,1,8.6  The National Matte Smelter.  A practical and simple method of matting  sulphide ores, such as nickel, copper, gold and  silver ores. In localities where lead ores and  fuels arc scarce and almost unattainable, our  pyritic, water jacketed Matte Smelter has  been recognized with highly satisfactory results, and has been thoroughly tested on various pyritic, sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to 80 tons per day. It. is the most-  practical, cheapest and simplest method of  ttold and silver ore matting and concentrating  thatis known to-day. ���������  It requires no extraordinary skill, no" lead  ores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any  kind for the smelter after it is started. The  sulphur in the ore is its natural fuel only, ana  sits cost has no comparison with any other process of concentrating. ;'  We are prepared to furnish any size or capacity plant- complete to substantial mining  people, set it up and furnish our men to run it  for them on easy payments. Prices and specifications furnished with references ana testimonials on application.    ,        . ,,.   .-  National Ore & Reduction Co.  5727 Cheltenham Ave., ST. LOUIS, Mo  Manufacturers of Furnaces for _  Nickel, Copper, Gold, Sliver and Lead .Ores.  ). M. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer.  ; TELEPHONE  3IO. -   -  'J. E. W. MACFARLANE, Manager  - Telephone 449.  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Goodwin anil J. W. Mc ur'ninacli.  carrying: * n business as Hotel Keepers uf llie  Town of Nel-on; under tho name of Goodwin  & McCormmach, has thiB day been dissolved  by mutual consent. Thc bu_in_*< will b������- carried on by C.F. Goodwin, who will coll'ct all  amount*.due to the late firm and a.ttrac all  liabilities. >  Dated at Xelson, September 30th. 1896.  Witness: C. F. GOODWIN  ANDREW C. MUIR-   J. W. "McCORMMACH  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  , LONG TOM MINERAL CLAIM/ ,'  Situate on Toad Mountain in The Nei.  son Mining Division, West  Kootenay  District.  . <*  rpAKK NOTICE that I.-Frank Fletcher  , X Agent for E. A. Powys Free Miners certificate No. 65011 andWm. J." Lindsay Free  Miners Certiflcato No. 65024. intend sixty days  .if ter the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Itccorder for a certificate of improvements  for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to  Che above claim: --.   "'. ��������� '���������''  And further take notice that action under  Section   :i7. must  be commenced before thd  issuance of such certificate of improvements."- -  FRANK FLETCHER.  7th September, 1896.        '   ��������� - <430.' 12 9 6)  NOTICE'  ���������VTOTICE. is hereby.given that sixty days  IX after date I, Ellen McDougald (widow) in  tend to make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase tho  following described land: Commencing at a  post planted alongside T. Walkers Northwest  corner post, near Burton City on the Columbia River, thence running North 40 chains;  thence East 80 chains; thence South 40 chains;  thence West 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or. less.  ELLEN McDOUGALD.  Nakusp, Sept. 22. 1896. 433  Tie Kelson & Lardo ���������  -���������SteamHayicatiott Go.  STR, CITY OF  In connection with the present sailings will make regular trips to V,  ��������� ���������;.    SANCA  Commencing on or; before Mondav,  July 27th.    , V   .  Leaving Knslo on Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 8:00 a. ni.  Leaving Nelson on Tuesday, Thursday and baturduy at 8:00 a. in.  The right is reserved to change this  schedule at any time without notice.",  401     -  .IBSAWERONA"  Will make round trips on  (Except Sundays.)  -BETWEEN-  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND  Tclephaae 31������.   r.W. Drawer 475  WESTMINSTER'AVENUE.  "V-A_.3STOOU V_B_R, IB. C.  All Agreements are taken subject to the approval of the Company at Vancouver, and are contingent upon strikes, accidents  and other delays unavoidable, or beyond our control. (326)   . .  m   bonbon Ibill  ^   development ano  fllMning (Tompanv;  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 in_orporated"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 at the office of W.' J*. G. Dickson at  Nelson", or at the office of O. T. Stone at Kaslo.  I _ww>iBr_a'_liJi  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 of Uie Town.  NELSON SODA WATEE FACTORY  394  Kaslo  & Slocan  Railway  TIME CARD NO. I.  Going West. Daily Going East.  Leave ������.00a.m.   Kaslo 'Arrivo 3.50 p.m.  '*     8.36 a.m.   South Fork      "     3.15 p.m.'  "i    9.36������. m.   Sproule's ���������'*    2.15 p.m.  "     9.51a.m.   Whitewater      "     2.00 p.m.  "    10.03 a. m.   Bear Lake '       1.48 p.m.  "    10.18 a.m.   McGuiifun "  *'1.33 p.m.  "   10.30 a. m.. Bailey's "      1,21 p.m*  "    10.39 a. m.   Junction "     1.12 p.m*  Axe.  10.50 a, m.   Sandon        Leavo  1,00 p.m  Subject to change without notice.  For   rates and   information   . ppi)   at th  Company's offices.  ROBT. IRVING,  (2641   Traffic Manager.  lt. W. BRYAN.  ' Superintendent.'  COLUMBIA  &;  KOOTENAY  STEAM    NAV.  (LIMITED  TIME CARD: No. IO  . In : Effect   June 81 h; 18M.  CO.  K-'TELSTOKE  _LOl_F.-Klci.wrr "Ka_k������������p>  Leaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Robson and  Trail Mondays, Wednesday* and Fridays at  7 p.m.  Leaves Trail for Robson,  Nakusp, Arrow  head   and Canadian   Pacific Railway points  (**ast   and west)   Tuesdays,   Thursdays   and  Saturdays al 1,30 p.m.   -  Connection is" made at Robson .with C. & K  ,  Ky. for Xelson and Kootenay Lake points.'  NOBTUrORT-TBAIl  ROUTE  Steamer "lytton.*-'  Leaves   Trail   for   Northport Daily except  Sundays at 8 a. m., returning to Trail same   '  evening. .  , ^--  Connects ut Northport with S. F. & N. Ry  for Spokane.  ^���������_-_-____, \  . __-  KC'MO'W-KA.I.O KO|]TE.-"8lr KoltaMcc.*- ,  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo Daily except Sun  days at 4:15 p.m. - "  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson Daily except Sun  days at 5:30 a.in.  ' Saturday, June 20th and every 2nd Saturday  following Steamer leaves Kaslo at 10p. m., for-  Bonner's Ferry;   Returning leaves Bonner's .  Ferry Sunday at noon. -��������� ;  CANADIAN' PACIFIC KAIWAT  . . .A._*sr:D soo. pacific _ao*cra?__]_  Pilot Bay and Sanca  , (Granite Creek)  CAMitNG at Davie and Ant Point on  the Route.  Leave Pilot Bay 9-.3. A. M.   Arrives at  Sanca 12 noon  Returning, Leave Sanca 130 P. M.  Ar.  Pilot" Bay 430 P.M.  E. PRESTON, Master.    D. fi, KURTZ, Parser.  FOR SALE.  Thoroiiuhbred Pedigr.e Rough  ���������Ooated Yellow Sable Scbt.h Collie  Pups,   best   blood   in   the   world,   at  "William Perkins & Co., Brokers,  Baker * Street, Nelson.  Opp. C. & __. land Office. 431'  * Pacific Coast til Eastern PoiE  St Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. New York.  .BATES THELQ^ST.  ��������� (Mt Variety of Rontes, Rail oi. Steamers.  "' Leaves Nelson MondayR, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10.00 o'clock, making  close connections with Transcontinental trains at Kevelstoke.  . Extra trains will leave Nelson Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 17 o'clock.  Passengers for points north will leave at 17 o'clock -and for points south at  10 o'clock.    %  3. HAMILTON, H. K MACDONELL, GEO. McL. BROWN,  Anient, Nelson.       Trav. Fntt. and Pass, Ant. Kelson.      Dist. Pass. A(rt.Vancouver  The right is reserved to change this schedule  at any time without notice.   ->  For'tickets, rates, etc., apply at Company's  ofl.ee, Nelson,    -o "  T. ALLAN,  Secretary.  J. W. TROUP,  Manager  M0RTHERN  IN,    PACIFIC RY.  RUNS it  PullMaii "Sleeping ^Cars~~Y^~  Elegant Dining Cars  Tourist Sleeping Cars  TO  Spokane Falls &  THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE   IT  THE SHORTEST  .   TRANSCONTINENTAL.   BOOTH  It is the-font Moden. In Equipment.  *"  It is the Heaviest Sailed Itmt.  It has a Keek-Ballast Roadbed.  II Crosses So Saad Itesurrts.  It is the Only Ubc KumbIbk  Laxnrloas  Club Boom Cars.  It Is Noted for the Canrtesy of IU Employes.  It is the Oaly Line Serving Meals on the  a la Carte Flaa.  THROUGH    THE  GRMDEST * SCENERY.  IK AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours daring Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  Northern R'y.  Nelson & Fort  Sheppard R'y.  All Rail to Spokane, Wash.  ONLY ROUTE TO TRAIL CREEK AND  Mineral District of the Colville Resemtion  Nelson, Kaslo,' Kootenay Lake & Slocan Points.  IflNMEAPOUS  DVM1TK  FABGO      -  6EANP   FOMt_  t'ROOK.TON  WIN-tirEC  tlElEKA aad  VD-IfK   -  THROUGH   t'OKETa  -TO���������  CH1CAC*  -WAgBINVTON  miLADEM-niA  SEW l'OBK  BOSTON and all  Points East, :  West aad 8������_th.  *���������  For information, time cards, maps and tickets  call on or write -   *  -     ^  F. D. GIBBS,   .  General Agent, Spokane, Wuth ,  or  A. D. CHARLTO/f  Assl. Genl. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon -  S. S. Alberta  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  and Kelson. -���������'  For maps, tickets and complete information  call on or address Agent..- K. & S. Ry., C. & K.  S. Nav. Co.. >*". & F. S. Ry., or  C. C. DIXOX, General Agent,  Spokaae, trash.  f. I. W-UT.-IEV, C P. * T. A_.  361] 8*. Paa.1, ���������!___.  Leave 8.40 a.m. NELSON Arrive 500 p.m.  "    7.00 a-m- SPOKANE   "    6.15 p-m.  Passengers for Trail Creek mines con  ne_f at Northport with Stage and Steamer  Daily.  Close connections at Nelson with  Steamers .for Kaslo and all Kootenay  Lake points. ���������*"  Passengers for Kettle Eiver aDd Boundary Creek, connect at Marcos with Stage  Daily.  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay and  Nelson daily (Sundays 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  points and all outgoing and incoming trains of  the C. P. R. at Nelson.  The steamer is newly equipped in every par  ticular, i3 lit .throughout by electricity, and  contains bathroom and all modern conveniences  for the comfort of passengers.  The above schedule ia in effect 1st of April  1896 subject to change.  AS. WAUGH GEO. F. HAYWARD  Purser... Haslet  &  a  &  .-_ ���������~ *"a-

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