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 Whole Number  6^  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, JUNE   19,  1897.  Price Five Cents  NELSONS  iff  JAIL  COUNCIL    ISSUES    INSTRUCTIONS  TOE TIIE NECESSARY PLANS.  A   Ky-!.iiw fur   llie   Dcliuall I* llie Fire  Limits Will Ite liilHuliircil-Olln-r  ���������'    Koiiliui' lliisine.ss.  At the meeting of the cily council last  Monday night the absentees were Aldermen Gilker, Fletcher ami Dow. The  meuting was a short one aud the prii -  eipnl feature nf il wns the reading of the  by-law relating to water rates. Some informal discussion took place in regard to  the failure of the Provincial government  to act upon the rccnninioi'datiou of tLe  council to appoint a police mugistiale  and a licensing board. The atlorncy-  genc-riil will bo'here when the assize.'  assemble aud lie will be interviewed by  the council upou liis arrival.  The special committee appointed to _o-  ltcc a cemetery reported that it is not  within the means of tbe city at present  to secure a suitable spot for the purpose  within one mile of the city as nil ground  within lhat radius was plotted iuto town  lots or else held for that purpose. Tliey  stated that a good site might be secured  on the lino ct the Columbiu & Kootenny  railway aud asked that auother mouth's  time  be given   Iheiu iu which to report.  Filed.  The committee on Fire Hall recommended that the city take thc buildiug  over at the eailiest possible moment.  Au application for the position of  pound keeper was received irom Sandy  Roberts. .  Bills to the amount of J|5207. /o were  audited and ordered paid.  It was resolved to instruct the city engineer to prep-ire plans for a city lock-up  to be oOxoO feet, two stories in heighth  and cons'rucied o( stone. Tenders are  to be called tor'nnd to be in al next Mon-  dav's meeting of the couucil.  IJv-law Nn. lO.iegulaiiug 'he water  rates was icad I ho first and s-cond time.  ������������������The health by-law was read  the  thiid  timo. - _.,.!_���������  N uiee was given of lhe lutioductinu  at the next nVeel ing of by-laws relating  to fire iim'is. eli-ettie Jigbtiug, wires aud  plumbing.  The major was authorized to secure  suitable grouuds for a pound.  The mayor was authorized to put chase  water pipe necessary to make co nection  on Hall and Seneon street?.  Adjourned.  OITY   WATEE   BATES.  Tilt-  -mill   lo  lie   I'aHl   Iliiilur   ...iiiiitlii.il  Ownership,  The bylaw, introduced at Monday's  meeting of tho city council, governing  "the water rates of the' city, is similar to  .the Vancouver bylaw iu its provisions  relating to the use of pipe3, connections  etc. The rates charged are as follows  and will bo considered in committee of  the whole at next Monday's meeting:  Dwelling house, less thau five room's,  ������1.50 per month. ���������  Dwelliug house, five to eight rooms,  $'2 per month.   Dwelling   house, eight   rooms,  g2-o0  per month."'  Oilices, shop, and stores less than  1000 square feet floor .space, $1.50 per  month.      = .    ���������  OlTices, etc., 1000 to 15C0 feet, ������2 per  mouth. . - ,      '  " Oilices. etc., 1500 to 20OO  teet, ...2.50  per mouth.,  Oilices, etc., ovor 2000 feet, $3 per  month.  -Hotels and board iug houses, per room,  25 cants per month.  Saloons, $5 per month.  ' Livery stables and dairies, 10  animals  or less, S3 50 per mouth.  Livery stables aud dairies more than  10 animals, 85 per mouth.  l'rivate stables, each horse or cow, 25  cents per month.  Bath tubs, private, 50 cents per month.  Bath tubs, public, $1.50 per mouth.  Water closets,  private, 50" cents   per  .^month.  ���������    "Water closets, public, SI per month.  *Uiinal3,$L per month. -   .  Laundries, 810 per month.  Otlice buildings,   each   ollice, SI  per  . month.   ,-  - Water motors oue horse power or less,  S5 per mouth.  Water motors aud additional - horse  power, $5 per month.  Steam eogiues live horse power or less,  S5 per month.  Steam engines, extra additional horse  . power 25 cents ner month.  . Sprinkling with garden hose, $5 per  year. .  Building purpose?, blO per year.  "Water supplied for any purpose not  embraced iu the above will be supplied  at special rates.  *    MINE OWNERS MEET.    "  First   Regular  Session   or   llie    Koiilrnny  Mining l'rolcrllvc Assoeiatioii.  The quarterly meeting of the Kootenay Mining Protective association was  held at Rosslaud last Saturday. President II. E. Croasdaile, of Nelson, was iu  the chair,- and Mr. A. F. Corbin of Eossland acted i!is secretary id the absence of  Mr. John Keeu of Kaslo. The Nelson,  Slocan and Ainsworth mining divisions  were well represented by the presence of  a number of prominent miniDg operators.  Iu his opening address i>Ir. Croasdaile  scored the Provincial government for its  inconsiderate treatment of the mining  industry of Kootenay.  It was resolved that in view ot the  combine of the varioU3 powder _ com-  nanie3 and the consequent rise in the  price of that article, that if capitalists  would locate powder works in this dis  trict the members of the association  would do tlieir utmost to encourage the  project.  A discussion ou the Provincial tax on  timber and eordwood resulted in Mr. J.  13. McArthur being appointed to draft a  resolution censuring the government for  its policy in this respect.  A committee ot nine was appoiuted to  study tho Companies Act. Each member of the committee will send his ideas  and suggestions iu thc matter to the  secretary, to be considered and discussed  at the ue^t quarterly meeting. The committee consists of Messrs. McArthur,  McLeod aud A. F. Corbin for liossland;  Messrs. Fletcher, Robertsou and Selous  for Nelsou; Messrs. Alexander, Fraser  aud Keen for Kaslo.  A lengthy discussion ou the tax on  miuiug machinery resulted in Mr. J. II.  McArthur being appoiuted to draft a  resolution betting forth that all mining  machinery should be free from import  duty. The opinion was freely expressed  thai Cauadiau manufactured maehinery  wiis of inferior make and quality to that  turned ont by United States firms.  HIGH G1UDE MATTE.  The Hall  Mines Company Turning  Out  Largo  Quantities  of  High Grade Copper.  The calcining and refining furnaces of  the Hull's Mines smelter this week  turned out the first copper that was ever  made in British Columbia. It is very  fine grade, beiug 97 per cent, in copper,  Silver aud gold and carrying value to the  amount of $530 per ton. This includes  about 850 in gold. From the day of  firing up there lias not been a hitch or  miscalculation of auy kiud, aud much  credit is due Superintendent Paul John-  sou for thc results obtaiued. Between  10 aud 12 tons are beiug turned out daily.  There is a sufficient quantity of matte  now ou hand to keep die furnaces busy  until the end of the month; after that  the old bottom taken from the blast  furnace will be treated. This contains  about .������50,000 in value. As soon as  there is sufficient copper on hand to  load leu c us,(200 tons), ii, will beshipped  lo Eugland for separatum and final treatment. , The reason giveu for sending it  to England is that it'will be cheaper in  the eud thau to send it to the States.  HON.   D-   W.   HIGGINS   MAKES.  STATEMENT TO "THE MINER."  A  Tin:  rru������l������ll������s Olliccr  ol   I lie Legislative  Assembly Will .loin (lie Keloriii  1'urly of It. ������'.  Hon. David W. Higgins, speaker of the  legislative assembly of British Columbia,  arrived in the city yesterday.  The position that be has held in the  public affairs for many years, and the  quiet dignity and justice that has signalized bis long and uninterrupted chairmanship of the local parliament, have  made bim well and favorably known to  those at all familar with the political  history of this Province. Espousing the  cause of tbe party which had its origin  with the advent of the Elliott administration, iu 187G, he has represented the  electoral district of Esquimalt without  once suffering defeat since he first came  into the fierce glare of the political arena.  His life has been au interesting and  generally successful one. During his  earlier career he figuied prominently in  Pacific Coast journalism, and was largely  "���������responsible for tbe, at one time, great  success   of the Victoria Colonist.   Mr.  lliggiLS came.to this Province with the  lirst settlers, attracted by the reports of  fabulous discoveries ot gold. ' lie is  familar with the times and tcenes of ihe  Fraser river, Cariboo and Cassiar excitements, and shared in all the vicissitudes  of fortuue of those stirring days. His  business successes gave him a comfortable fortune, which, however, has been  somewhat impaired by recent losses.  Although no longer a young mau, Mr.  Higgius retains all the vigor and cute*  prise tbat so strongly characterizes tLe  pioneers who first revealed to the civilized world the gloiious ruissibilities of  British Columbia.  A lepresea'a ive cf the Misee called  upon Mr. Higgins yesterday afternoon  nud requested au interview concerning  the political situation. The houoiable  gentleman was. however, extremely n-  ticeut, although he was, by close questioning, induced to make a very import-  ent admission." It was to the effect that  he could no longer conscientiously en-:  dorse tho general policy of the. Turner.  administratiou. The peculiar' position  which Mr. Higgius holds .in connection'  with the legislature naturally prevents  him from giving his reasous in-detaii,  but he has admitted enough to fully  demonstrate that he will be arrayed  against the government at the close of  the next parliamentary session.  Asked if he favored the organization of  the Opposition forces, Mr. Higgins replied:  ������" Yes; it would be highly desirable at  llu^rWI-UriAri)., to be   Resident I tlio proper time, but that time-has not  ~. ..        * _ I -     _������. _      vAf   .���������.w.vmrmsl Aa   ar\r\r*    *\a   dflr.ou     liAtt'a\rop  the time six mouths, the defendants had  secured certaiu rights by filing ou the  land during the' interval between April  Sth and the date the extension was  granted. An effort was also made to  show that the railroad company had not  compVed, iu the selection of its blocks,  with the provisions of th<j graut, but  this part of the argument was not euter-  tained by the court. The defense was  reoiresentcd by Mr. Blake personally,  an".'. by Mr. Gait, of Rossland.  Mr. E. V. Bodwell appeared for the  plaintiffs.  Pelit Jurors.  ��������� .The list of petit jurymen to serve at  the next assizes are as follows:  , James Smart, Kenneth Curtis, James j  McDonald, D. S. Hardie, Wm. Wilson,  Cha������. E. Sealey, Newlin Hoove", James  Ceattie, John Guiu, Gilbert Stanley,  Angus G. Shaw, Hugh McVean, Wm. J.  Hoiing, Albert 13. Lott, Stephen White,  Win. IM. Leach, Lawrunce'C. Cnssom,  Fredrick XV. Jams, Theo. W. Gray,  Robt. Wixon, Sandford Mills, Michael  Burns, George Stephenson, Fred W.  Swannell, Chas. R. Presley, Henry Dubamel, Andrew L. Dolan, Fredrick Swannell, Geo. C. Tunstall,Geo. Steed,David  R. Taylor, Frank Bruce, Albert B. Shannon, Geo H. Corder, Wm. N. Ironside,  Fred Iiviue, Jerome Eobillard, Thos. A.  Mills, John A. Kirkpatrick and Charles  Hillyer.           ,  MINING   NEWS.  i  DETAILS    OP  THE   SPOUTS   FOR  THE   BIG CELEBRATION.  Athletic iiml A.i|iin<li- Events���������llorse line-  liiK ami   oilier lull-resting Features ami ii tJiiinil ICull.  I'l-ovlncial Appointments.  The lest issue of the British Columbia  Gs actio c-jutains the following appointments :  Harold l'lntt Christie, of Slocan Cily,  lo be Mining Recorder of the Slocau  City Miuing Division.  Sidney Russell Almond, of Grand  Forks, "to be mining Recorder ot the  G.'T.iul Forks Mining Division.  T. Mayne Daly to be a member of the  Board of Licensing Commissioners of  the city of Rossland.  Physician of Fort Steele, and Coroner of  the.District of East Kootenay.  Arthur Bernard Bnckworth, of Quartz  Creek; John Bangs, of Fire Valley; Johu  Hlack McKilligau, of Kaslo and James  M. Anderson, of Kaslo, to be Justices of  the Peace in West Kootenay.  Keller .Hull Service Willi lhe Slates.  The Canadian  aud United States gov  ernments have arrived at an arrangemeut  by which a direct daily exchange of  mails is madi between the Havre and  Spokane railway post oilice and the post  oilices of Nelson, Kaslo, Rossland and  Trail; tbe exchange to be limited, for the  preseut, to mails made up iu said railway post ollice above named;'5 said mails  to contain articles for the Cauadiau destinations, articles for which are now included iu mails, made up iu the United  States* for the same Canadian offices.  /Hie order weut.iuto effect on the 15th  iu3taut,   The Pilot liny Smeller.  Manager A. H. Buchanan, of the Bank  of Montreal,when asked if thero was  any tiulh in the report that the Pilot  Hay smelter and Blue Belle, mine had  been sold to tbe Omaha-Graut Smelting  company, answered iu the negative. A  deal is, however,' pending with other  parlies and will probably be completed  by July 1. " ^  The Yoiiiiss Ainerlea Group.  R. 15. Hrown has let u contract for  $2500 worth, of development work on  the "Young 'America group, on the  north fork of the Salmon. The Young  America group consists .of five claims,  with large iron capped ledges, carrying copper, gold and .silver, and similar  to the Rosslaiid .ore. The work is to  be pushed ahead immediately.   ���������   .  Xo Inquest.  Dr. Arthur, the district coroner,  went to Kaslo Saturday evening to  inquire into the death of John King,  who died from a fall from a hluit" on  the south fork of Kaslo creek. ' He decided that an inquest was unnecessary  and gave orders for the burial of the  body.  t'linnsc ������r Time.  A change has been madeiuthe running  of the freight train on the Kaslo A: Slocan  railway. It now ai rives in Kaslo in time  to allow-ore shipments to be forwarded  the same evening by the Alberta. This  arrangement relieveb the International  of annoying delays at Five Mile Point on  her downward trips.  yet arrived. As soon as it does, however,  I sincerely -"believe that the plan suggested by the Minek would be the most  practical and effectual. Uuder t.he  auspices of the Reform Party of British  Columbia, a convention should be held at  which every electoral district -iu the  Province should be equitably aud  thoroughly represented by the friends of  good government. Then a platform  _enunciat_ing_the^p_arty'������ principles must  be drafted and fidopted. With sucii a  doctrine of government as this would be,  and a thorough organization of supporters in all districts, the result is a  foregone conclusion. The present Administration would be overwhelmingly  defeated at the next elections. Tbe  Mixer's position is unassailable; let the"  good work go ou.V ,_. . _  Wbenquestionedconceruingbis opinion  of the government's railway policy, Mr.  Higgins said:  "It is not for me at preseut to discuss  such thing!?, but I think lhat my actions  at the last, session" of tho legislature  should be a sufficieut answer to your  question. I left th_s speaker's chair and  decended to the floor of the' house - to  emphatically protest against the passage  of the Cassiar Central Railway charter  aud land grant because I considered it  a most iniquitous piece of legislation.  The grant should never have beeu given.  I am bitterly opposed to such waste of  the public domaiu. I.may also say that  1 favor the immediate revocation of all  railway land grants to those wlij have  not complied with the terms under whicli  the lands were.obtained.  "How about the present system of  taxation," was asked. .  "I must decline to go iulo that matter  at present,',' was the reply. The . equalization of taxation is oue of the most  important features of legislation; all  classes should be made to share the  burden without the slightest discrimination.*'' .        '  In further, conversation Mr. Higgius  was induced to say that he favored a  redistribution of electoral districts, aud  hopes to see the government bring down  a bill for that purpose, atthe next session.  He believes that Kootenay should be  given a number of extra representatives.  (.'oii.lcuscil Items of Iiirorninlioii Coneeru-  ins Properties Near Xelson.  The Home-Payne syndicate will probably build a wagon road, eight miles  long, to their properties in the Lardeau  district.  The Canadian Kiug group near Salmo  will ship a carload of ore this week. If  it stands the test 150 tons uie ready for  future shipment.  AVork on the lower tunnel of Iho Pcor-  mau mine is progressing rapidly. The  crosscut is about 130 feet from the present  end of the tunnel.  Shipments for the 'pnsi. week from  Kossland were: Le Roi 850, War Eiigle  250, Iron Mask 100, Columbia and  Ivoolenay 50, Josie 05, Cliff -10. Total,  1,335 tons.  The tSberiff* Miuing Co. and the Rob  iuson Mining Company of Ainsworth,  which weie incorporated onecyear ago  have each turned-over 80,000 shares of ������1  stock to Sheriff'Robinson. The companies  are uow engaged iu sinking shafts..  The Ai'go mine near Sandon, bonded  by Sudrow,,i\Vhitticrc\-iiicl Thompson  to Vancouver parties, through Leigh-  ton it Williams, is to'bo ranked ainong  the shippers. A carload of ore from  tlio property .was brought down last  Monday.  Ex-Governor Grant of Colorado, E.  W. Nash of the Omaha-Grant Smeltiug  company, Messrs. Braden of Helena and  E. J. Mathews, were iu Nelson duriug  the week. These gentlemen are interested in the Tariff, Lucky Jim and a  number of other Slocau niining properties. ..-  The committees appointed to arrange tho program for Dominion Day  have been busily engaged in preparing  i'or thc event, nml no pains or expense  have been spared. The entertainment  is to last two days and everything will  bo free of charge.' In all the athletic  events valuable prizes and medals  will be given. Each contest  will be. open to all comers. ' Rossland,  Kaslo, Sandon',' Slocan City and all  otlier West Kootenay towns and cities  are expected to he well represented in  the gathering and everything will bo  done i'or their pleasure and comfort.  The program as far as arranged is as  follows, although it is snbject to  change hy the executive committee  prior to the day of celebration.  ���������iiilyi��������� '        ,        , .    _,  1(1:30 ii. in.���������Cruiiil procession formed in llie  followiiur orilor: .   ,  Grand  Jliirsliu'. C.A. AValurninn, mounted.  Nelson bruss bunil.  Double carriaKO containing "Mayor Houston  and visilini; olliciuls.  Carriages willi aUloriiion and friends.  The Caledonians, mounted.  Citizens.  Carriage will inecl. mayor of  kaslo al llie  slreet.  THE   ASSIZES.  A   1.1st   ol' t.'ases  to   lie  lllsposetl  ol' _Ve.\t  Week hy Mr. Jiistiec  .Valkein.  The docket for the assizes which meets  in Nelson next Thursday, June 2-1, is as  follows:  James Morrison, murder; James  -Woods,-miir_der.:_Ethel_Cl;iy_toD,_pr_ocur-.  ing; David Graggin, aggravated assault;  George Heath, theft; . William Ester,  rape; Frank McKay, robbery; James  Jones and Wilfred T. Lewi.*, theft; John'  M. McPhee, forgery aud Malcolm McDonald, forgery.  A UiiiiiioiMl. Jubilee Souvenir.  The cuterprisiug publishers of the  Revelstoke Herald intend publishing  shortly a Diamond Jubilee Souvenir. It  will not be a mere pamphlet, but an interesting and comprehensive work, carefully edited,' copiously illustrated and  turned out with artistic "finish. It will  naturally deal principally with the mining .interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau,  Big Bend,-Trout..: Lake. Illeeillewaet.  Albert Canyon, Jordan 1'ass, and tbe  other points of the North Kooteuay.  11 ii. in.-Caledonian sports on Bakei  Horse rauiiiK-     , .        .,    .   ,������������������  1 ]>. in.���������lioal nml cimoe racing al tool of Hall  slreui. -        ���������   ,  3 p. ni.���������Tjiiorossc game, Xelson vs.' Knslo.  Band in allendanco.  7 p. in.���������Tug of win- on Baker streel, chosen  tenuis.  8 p. in.���������Illiniiiiiiition of boats and canoes,  steam vachts, etc., travel one mile and return.  !) p. in.���������Grand ball on second  door McDonald's new building on Josephine and Vernon  streets.  July _..��������� , . ,  10 n. in.���������Caledonian sports; amateur and  professional, open to all.   llaker street.  Horse racing on Vernon street, open to Ivoot-  omiy horses.  1 p. in.���������Kock drilling conlesl.  hog chopping contest.  :i p. iii.-____scbiill-.I-0 purse.  7 i>. in.���������Hose roel rnees. Baker street.  S p: in.���������Fireworks. '     ,,,-,,  9 p. m.���������Grand ball, McDonald block.  For the ball, the arrangement committee has provided a fine orchestra and  decorations. Tlie hall will be nicely  fitted up withdiessing rooms aud other  conveniences.  The acquatic program will be' under  tbe rules and regulations of the Canadian Amateur association of oarsmen, as  follows:  Scratch���������Four oared race in boats provided by Nelsotilloat club with'coxswain.  Distance 1 mile straight away; .Value of  prizes, $40. --  Single sculls iu out rigged boats, provided by committee,I mile. Prize value,  S15.    ���������  Double sculls with lady coxswinu in  outrigged pleasure boats (provided), I  mile.   Prize value, S15.  Single sculls iu outrigged pleasure  boats (provided). 1 mile. Prize value, $10  Single sculls, 1 mile.   Prize value, S10.  Djuble sculls, 1 mile. Prize value,$15.  "'��������� Scratch���������Foiir-paddle canoe, 1 mile.  Prize value, S'20.  ' Grand procession at uight. Boats and  canoes to be decorated aud illuminated.  Best decorated canoe." Prize value,-  S7.50.  Best decorated boat. Prize value, %i.50.  Iu~*l:"c"nrt"clr"ta"ces"tbe"crews"'wiIl'not-be  picked uutil immediately before the race.  ��������� The stroke onr of each four-oared  crew will be picked by the competitors  and the remain'lor of the crew will be  ���������drawn for from the list of entries. - This  rule also applies to the scratch, four-  paddle race.  '   FIVE  MEN   KILLED.  THE .YMIR TOWNSITE.  Hurried.  On June IGth, at Nelson, by the Kev.  H: S. Akehurst, Robert Emmett Allen  to Agnes McKav, both of Slccan City,  B.C.  On June 17th. at. Nelson, by the Rev.  K. S. Akehurst, Charles Hume to Georgie  Bonner, both of Sandon, B. C.  .Iml^e   Walkem   KeTuses   Io   Dissolve   llie  iNJiiueliou  .4������'.iiust the IH-n-inlaiit.  " Mr. Justice "VVaikem, last Monday,  refused to dissolve the injunction secured  by the Nelson & Fort Sheppard raihvay,  io the Quartz Creek townsite case. He  also refused to add the attorney-general's  authority to the suit, but stated that the  defendant's position would not be prejudiced by the issuance of a crown  grant to the railway. The <\-ise was  vigorously fought by both sides. The  contention of the defense was that the  railroad had forfeited its right to the  laud by failing to survey it within live  years as provided by the grant. This  time expired on  April 8, and although  Tj|>o^iai������lil<al I'nloii Orxnui/.ril.  On Tuesday night the Nelson Typographical Union was organized by District Organizer Michael Powell, and all  practical printers iu the city were enrolled. -The ollicers elected were: Seneca  G. Ketchum, president; C. V.Dake..vice-  president; R. A. Renwiek, secretary; ,J.  \Veiss,treasureran<l F. E Kelly", sargeaut-  at-arms. .Mr. Powell will visit all towns  in West Kooteuay for the purpose-of  organizing unions.  .llinei'iil t'ily.  The new town of Mineral City has  sprung into life, and its geographical  position alone seems-to insure its future  prosperity. It* is located on the eastern,  shore of Lamer, near the mouth of Cariboo  creek, iu the center of a district tcamiug  with mineral richness-. Mineral City will  be to the Cariboo district what Hossland  is lo the Trail Creek district. Atteuiou  is called to the advertisement iu auother  column.  the saving ot time would he from one to  one and one-half hours Hnd unless some  accident occurred on the rend, the people could always receive their mail nfter  the dinuer hour. The matter will be  thoroughly investigated by the department, and the change made if found expedient.  In regard to the mail service iu West  Kootenny generally, Mr. Sweetnnm had  but little to say further tliau that lie  thought it fairly good. The expediency  of giving a daily service over the C. P. It.  is under considetation, but the necessity  for it at present does not appear to be  very great as most of the Pacific coast  mail and that fiom Winnipeg, east,' arrives daily via American lines.  Prominent Visitors.  A parly of Great Northern railway  men, consisting of Messrs. W. 11. Newman, second vice-president; F. B. Clarke,  general tridTic manager, F. I. Whitney,  general passenger agent; W. L. Beu-  ham, western general passenger agent at  Seattle and C. G. Dixon, geueral agent  at Spokane, passed through hcie lust  luesday enroute to Rosslaud.'  LOCAL   NEWS.  The  Happenings of "the   Week  I. el son and thc Immediate  Vicinity.  in  A   .liini   Slide on Hut ������'. I'. It. 31 a In   Line  lloi-s ratal Murk.  Advices have just been received here  of a serious ncciileut on the main line of  the Canadian I'licidc railway near Laurie.  While a ganf! of section men were em-  ploved repniiiiig the'track, a huge mud  slide came down killing live men- and  seriously injuring another. The killed  are: _. ��������� -  Alex. Cummings.  Nels Oli'son,  Abbott Johnson tu:d two others whose  names cannot lie ascertained.  A large foment meu were immediately  set to work recovering the bodies oC the  dead. Every attention was giveu to the  'injured miiii. Nn'delay of trallic has resulted from tlie ace'denl.  A daughter was born lo the wife ot  Judge Forin last week.  The ������8,000 opera house at Trail is  rapidly nearing completion and will be  finished by July 1.  It is rumored that Ihe C. P. R. repair  shops tit Vancouver will be removed to  Revelstoke at an early date.  Dan Franier has handed in his resignation as policeman aud \V. M. Leach  has beeu appointed to succeed him.  Acting Gold Commissioner Goepel returned last Tuesday from an oflieial  business trip through the Slocan district.  The.services in the English church.tomorrow will have i- pecial n ference to the  sixtieth anniversary of Her Majesty's  accession. . ������������������        *���������  Mr. George Johnston, collector of customs at this port, was iu Hossland during the week i'lspectiiig the condition of  fie custom ollice theie. 0  Mr. R. A. Renwiek, editor ot the Nelson Tribune, will, ou Monday, the '28th  inst., be ��������� married in Victoria, to a Miss  McMickeu of that cily.  The Nelson lacrosse team is preparing  for the match to be played at Rossland  on the 2'2nd inst. . The players are in  good form and expect' to win.  Iu the list of grand jurymen published  iu the last issue of The Mixer, the  names of Richard Day and James Lawrence were omitlid by mistake.  The West Kootenay Butcher company,  of Nelsou, has opened a branch shop at  Silverton. Tlie compauy also hns.  branches at Sandon, Quartz Creek, Ainsworth and Kaslo.  Constable Wolverton has resigned his  position with the l'roviiiciiil police. Ihe  government thereby losea one ot the  most (rticieut and conscientious oflicers  ,ever on the force.  . The machinery for 11. ll-'esterer's ice  plaut has arrived and will probably be in  operation hy July 1.' Forty horse-power  will be employed aud the capacity of the  plaut will be G,tons.  __ Thei_M_iineral City /fownsite^Company,_.  with ffcapittil of $2r,G0(J," was registered  at Victoria'last  week.    The compauy is  organized to purchase the townsile six  miles up Cariboo Creek.  The "United States' government has  pnt a revenue cutter on tlieupper Kooteuay river. The steamer is called the  Wild Horse, and ie well adapted' for,the  service required of her.  James Houston and Alexauder McDonald have oll'ered 8ICO reward for the  recovery of the body of Jack Hotheu,  better known as Keno Jack, who was  drowned last week iu the Columbia  liver.  Jacob Dover, thc jeweler,- has just received atiue new liue of ladies' umbrellas, belts aed buckles and blouse setts,  and gentlemen's walking canes, umbrellas, etc. Watch .the change in next  week's ad.  Acting Government Agent Goepel is.  tbe authority for the statement that  work' will be commenced in a few days  on the New Denver-Three Forks wagon  road. The cost of the road will be'met  chiefly by public subscription.  Nolilc: live llirecloi-ale.;  The directors of the Noble Five Miuing and Milling company met at" the  ollice of the company ia Spokaue last  Tuesday and G. 0- ltaud of Vancouver  was elected director, vice ,. .1- F.  Cutler, resigned. F. .1. Ho;man of Spokane was elected secretary, vice J. F. Cutler.-.' This change iu the directorate is  due to the recent big change iu slocks.  Mr. Rand, it will be remembered, haviug  purchased over-,200,000 shares of Xoble  Five stock within a period of five weeks.  .Vo   I'roseeulioii.  | . George West, who was charged with  ! mismanagement of the Slocau Store com-  ! pany, appeared last Tuesday before  ; Judge Foriu. As the prosecution had no  ���������.case to present, the matter was ilis-  i missed- Mr. West expects to leave for  ' Duluth in a few davs.  ���������11 ire Silver.  ! Some samples of o:e brought  jdowu from the Mile Point mine at Ains-  I worth this week, show a large amouut or  wire silver.   Thcmanagement expects to   __r ���������r , ���������.. j have the mine on the Mupping list within  j the legislature had afterwards extended  thirty days.  ���������  LOOAL   MAILS- -    ^   '  l������o������(:it In-perliir Invcsllziitfs   (lie   t'omll  lion-, ol' llie VcNou olll.-c.  Mathew Swcctuam, chief post otlice  iuspoctor of Caiiada, was in Nelson lasl  Wednesday examining into the service  here and endeavoring to learu how the  system could he improved. L'robably the  mo=t important feature brought to his  attention was life delivery of the mail  from' the Nelson & Fort Sheppard train  to the post ollice. It was shown that it  often arrive-, too late for.disttibntion and  delivery, causing much inconvenience to  the public; tliat by being taken'from the  train  at  Mountain  station, above towu,  To Kill hi il I'l.nr.  The yacht Myth is the prize in a rattle  that is short I v to be held. The proceeds of the affair will be expended with  additional money in.the construction of  a boat that will out-sail auy'craft on  Kootenay lake. It is particularly desire-  able that the raffle shall he as much of a  success as possible, as it is reported that  over $.?(/.) lias been raised in Kaslo to  build a vessel which will be brought  here, as soon as. "completed, to race  against Nelson boats.. -  I'ruslirtl lo Ileal li.  Captain Reid, of the steamer Illicil-  lewaet, was instantly crushed to death  between the rail of the steamer Kooteuay,  and a moving train at-the Arrowhead  landing last Tuesday. The captain had  ouly been two weeks in command of the  Illicillewaet. He was forty-seven years  of age and leaves a wife nud.one child iu  Vancouver to mourn their loss.  Work t oiiniieiicetl.  McLean Brothers, the railway contractors of this city, who will build sixteen miles of the Slocan Valley railway,  will start work next week with 200 meu  at the Slocan City eod of the line.  More men will be employed as the work  progresses. Mr. W. McIjCiiu left here for  Slocau City yesterday, and will remaiu  there about leu days. THE MINER NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1897.  %ht  <___/  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays ana  will be mailed to .iny address in Canada or  the Uni'ed States foi one year on receipt oj  two dollars.    Sihgle copies five cents.  CONTRA CI ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at tke rate ol S3 per column inch,per  month.  IRANS/ENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of 13 cents fer nonpareil  tine first insertion, and /o cents per line foi  each ubsci/uenl insertion. Advertisement,  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  AU. COMMUNICATIONS lo the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address of the -writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good jaith.  PRINTING turned out in firs.-rate style at  the shortest notice  ADDKKSS  THI MINBRPRINTINC <*. PUBLISHING CO  NELSON.    B.C.  _/  *  Miners and  Prospectors  Should wear  AMES HOLDEN COS  "COLUMBIA,"  ^        "KOOTENAY,"  "VANCOUVEB"  418)   All of which aro First Class Foot AVuur. -  A  LODGE MEETINGS.  NELSOX LODGR, No. 23. A. F. & A.  M. meets second Wednesday in each  month.   Sojourning brcthcrn invited.  W. 11. Shaw, Secretary.  SATURDAY, JUNE 19,   1897.  GOD     SAVE     TIIE    QUEEN.  In every part of the British Empire,  aud where ever there are British subjects, the sixtieth- anniversary of Her  Majesty Queen Victoria's^, glorious  reign will be celebrated with great  enthusiasm - and rejoicing. ,. The  millions of people who recognize her  as their sovereign ruler love her for  her most noble qualities, and respect  her as tho head of the mightiest of  nations. In the great metropolis of  the Empire the occasion will be observed with befitting ceremonies. It  will be the greatest display of magnificence and -pageantry of modern  times. Abroad, if not so splendid, the  celebrations will certainly be of equal  loyalty and ardor.  The Imperial sentiment is more  pronounced now than at any previous  time in the history of the nation.  The principal government ollieials of  the various colonies and dependencies,  now assembled in London, manifest a  marked desire for a closer union with  the mother country. Tt is not improbable that the celebration we are  about to observe may culminate in  the adoption of some plan by which  Imperial Federation,-'tliegloriousdreani  of every loyal British subject, may be  speedily accomplished. ;  A   CANADIAN MINT.  820,000,000 in foreign gold coin because  there is no mint in Canada.  The entire cost in connection witli  the government currency i.s in the  neighborhood of $100,000 annually.  To ell'eet a saving in the cost of printing our paper ciu-rfiicy, we have taken  the note printing " contract from a  Canadian firm and given it to a foreign  company.  Ofthe thirty-four principal coutitriis  of lhe world, twenty-thrcu have paper  currency. Of thc latter, tliere aro  only six that have a larger paper currency per capita than Canada. OT thu  thirty-four, only nino have less silver per capita than this country.  Australia has nine times as much gold  per capita. Great Britain has iiiiuv  than live times a.s much gold and three  times as much silver. France lias  over seven times as much gold and  over twelve times as much silver.  Germany has nearly live times as  much gold, and nearly lour times a.s  much silver. The United Stales has  nearly four times as much gold, and  eight times as much silver. Per capita,  Canada stands only twentieth on Lhe  list as to the amount of money in  circulation, having, between gold,  silver and paper, only ._>_). 82. "We have  nearly twice as much paper currency  as gold and silver combined. AVe  have not a quarter thc amount of  silver coin wo should have. As a  consequence wc arc compelled to send  to the United States foi' a supply.  Senator Mclnnes estimates that the  expense entailed in establishing.-! mint  with an annual capacity of two million  pieces need not exceed 875,000. Of  this sum $50,000 would be devoted to  the construction of a suitable building,  and $25,000 to thc purchase of machinery, dies, etc. The annual cost of  operating such an institution should  not exceed SS.000 or 89,000 annually.  "We once had a mint in Canada,  immediately before the union of the  two crown colonies���������Vancouver Island  and British Columbia���������in 1S07, one  was established in New Westminster,  but after striking oil a few $2.50, So  and .$10 gold pieces, the plant was closed  hy the order of the governor, Sir James  Douglas, for no other or better reason,  it is alleged, than to allay the intense  jealousy that existed between the rival  cities of Victoria and Now West-  minster.  TlicTeli"ort of Senator-Mclnnes; uf.  British Columbia, to have established  in Canada a mint for the coining of all,  gold, silver and .copper currency necessary to meet thc commercial requirements of the country, deserves great  praise and the earnest consideration  of parliament. That the honorable  .gentleman haslinado out a particularly  r strong casein favor of the .scheme will  be conceded by anyone who has taken  the trouble -fo^i-oiid his extremely interesting speech,"delivered in the senate two.weeks.ago. lie.has produced  facts to show that a mint can be established and operated al a direct-profit, and not a drain upon the public  treasury as some-people supposed:  A detailed statement furnished by.  the finance department, covering a  period of' fifteen years, from LSS1 to  I MX', shows a total coinage of$:*:. 102.111  of silver and $212,525 of copper. These  figures also show that our government  has made an annual hot profit of $00,-  510 or nearly $ J. 000,000 in the last  fifteen years in having its silver and  copper coined in Kngland, notwithstanding we had to pay the royal mint  three per cent, for coining our silver,  and a Birmingham manufacturing  firm ten per cent, for coining our copper, a total of SI28,115. The gold  product of Canada has been over $73.-  000.000. in the last thirty years. Of  ���������this large amount British Columbia  has contributed over $_>1,000,(X'0, Nova  Scotia over $11,000,000, Ontario, Quebec and the Territories the balance.  Nearly all this iiiimenso "amount of  bullion has Keen "shipped out of the  country���������principally" to the United  States���������at a loss of over five per cent,  to the producer.  . At the present time there is about  SIO.000,000 in gold in" the Dominion  treasury, nearly every dollar of which  is United States coin. Tho chartered  banks have in their vaults over SS.000,-  U00o in gold which is also practically  United States coin. In round numbers, between the government and  the chartered banks,  we have nearly  THE  MINING  ASSOCIATION.  The first regular meeting of tho  Kootenay Alining Protect've association, held at Bossland last Saturday,  was,an event of no"littlo importance.  The convention may be said to have  marked a new epoch in the. history of  Kootenay. Previous to the organization of the Association there existed  no body or board to represent' the  mining industry, and, although tho  development hero has.been vigorously  prosecuted by enterprising individuals,  there can be no denying that better  progress would have been made and  the country would havo benefitted  materially if such an institution had  been sooner established.  Haying for its chief object the fostering and development, of mining interests as considered generally, and  being composed of intelligent, experienced and conservative business men,  the. Kootenay Mining Protective association has. within it's power the  opportunity to do a vast amount of  good.��������� So-far-it-has-afforded-noreason"  for tho belief that itwillfail iii"this respect. The entire proceedings of last  Saturday's session were "marked by  sound, sensible discussions, the result  of which will certainly be productive  of beneficial results.  The opening- address -of President  Croasdaile is especially noteworthy.  It must be remembered that thc  association thoroughly "represents tho  mining interests of Kootenay, .and-  has no political alliliations whatever.  Yet we find its chief officer voicing  sentiments and refcring to conditions  whicli this journal has promulgated  for months past. "After briefly refcring to the groat mineral wealth and  many natural advantages of the district, Mr. Croasdaile is reported to  have said:  "With a full knowledge of these  circumstances we might naturally expect that any government would do  its utmost to encourage and protect  an industry of such vital importance  to the general welfare ol" the Province,  but unfortunately such has not been  the spirit manifested during the last  two years. .Mining is still'in' its infancy itf this district. It is a.healthy,  thriving, growing infant, witli a long  life before it, yet, though still an in-  .fant. it is called on to bear the burden  of a grown man. Not only has the  miner been deprived of important  privileges, but ho has now to pay  taxes never before levied in this Province, taxes on the output ol" the mine,  taxes on the mining timbers and oh  eordwood."  In his arraignment of the Victoria  ringsters,   Mr.   Croasdalo might have  gone still further and expatiated upon  ! the meagre appropriations  that each  j year have been iii.-ulc for ro.uls, trails,  I bridges,   etc..' and  other matters of  joijual   moment.     He.   however,   said  , enough  to fully demonstrate that the  ! unwise  and   unjust    policy"   of   the  j Turner-I-ithei-Dinismtiir    regime   to-  | wards the principal  industry of this  I Province  is  fully   recognized  by  the  i Kootenay Mining  Protective  association.  congress have taken up the matter of  duties on load ores. There has boon  a persistent effort since the committee  increased thc rate from 1 cent to H  cents 11 iioiiiid to have the house rate  restored, and oven Lo secure Lho restoration of the rate as arranged by Lho  AVilson Act, which was three-quarters  of 11 cunt por pound. The coiiimiLtco  now finds itself compelled to decide  whether the smelting interests of the  country, or the western silver mine's,  shall be protected. It has been represented on Lhe part of Lhe former that  unless certain lead fluxing ores of  foreign countries aro admitted under  favorable conditions. American smelters will be driven out of existence. On  the oljior hand, friends of Lhe western  miners demand protection against'-'he  peon labor of Mexico. The mutter i.s  still unsettled.  i*noFi:ssio\Ai; OAitns.  EXPORT DUTY ON ORES.  The government at Ottawa has arrived at the conclusion that it is advisable without delay Lo pass legislation  Lhat would enable Lho. governoi-gen-  cral-in-council to put in force a proclamation imposing an export duty on  certain ores.  The sooner this idea is carried out  the better it will be for the'industrial  interests of this country.  The mineral field in Kootenay i.s  sufficiently developed to call for the  adoption of a policy by which the entire out-put of the mines may be  treated in Canada to Lhe great advantage of mine, owners as well as  operators of smelters and refineries. At the present Lime, the value  and tonnage of the ore mined is  worthy of attention. Although the  district is only in its first stage of  development, the weekly shipments  average 2,500 tons, worth $125,000.  This, however, is a very conservative  estimate, nnd in order to treat the  matter fairly the fact must he remembered that at the present season of thc  year many of tho host properties arc  either leaving their values in thc  slopes, awaiting for more .favorable  freight and treatment rates, or arc  storing the product :until it can bo  concentrated or subjected to some  other preliminary treatment in  order to save, transportation  charges. It is safo to say that  $S,()00,000 'worth -of 'gold,-"silver,  lead and copper ores will be mined in'  Kootenay during the year IS97. Another important point, that must not  bo over looked is the" plienominal  development that is being done  throughout the district. ' On all sides,  hundreds of men are steadily employed exploring the numerous remarkably promising prospects, and it  is a noteworthy fact in tho history of  thc Kootenay camps that there has yet  to occur an instance where intelligent,  careful expenditure of labor has been  unproductive of good results. That  the value of the output of ore in this  region .will almost double every twclve-  months for the next several years  may be accepted as a certainty.  In all otlier respects the elements  for thc economical reduction of ores  exist within the boutidi-ics of this  district. No difficult}7 remains so far  as thc necessary iluxing is concerned,  and the problem of cheap and excellent fuel is satisfactorily solved by the  arrangement under which the Crow's  Nest Pass railway will shortly be in a  coiiditioiTWdtiliver a.s much coal from  thc fields of East Kootenay as may be  required. .. '  The time has arrived when the  profits - derived from treating  the ores of Kooteuay must go to Canadian smelters. ..This can best be accomplished-by a judicious interference  on tho part of tho Dominion" government, as proposed by Mr. Fielding, the  minister of finance.  Post Oilice Inspector SweetnaiiVs  opinion that a daily mail service on  the Columbia liver is not badly needed  will not moot with tho approval of the  people of Kootenay. The inspector's  assertion that American railway  routes ail'ord us adequate facilities is  also at variance with public opinion;  Seeing that the transportation facilities exist between . Arrowhead and  south Kootenay points, tho government should nt once take advantage  of the convenience. Under" the existing circumstances it is rediculOus that  this .district should have only a triweekly" service, to and from C. P. YL.  points between Vancouver and Winnipeg.         According to the Conservative  Party, the preferential trade and anti-  coiiibinc clauses of the new tariff  regulations are iniquitous pieces of  legislation. According to the result  of tho "last general elections, a . largo  majority of the electors of this country have arrived at the same conclusion  concerning the Conservative Party.  U.   HAIil-ISOX,   I-AI-IUSTEl.,   NO-  tnry Public, Slocan Cily. J51  ML. aui.M_iII-.TT, LL. 1.., BAI-RIST]---,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary J'ublic, Ktc;., Sandon  U. (J. (131)  C"1 1.0.A.I-. HALL, PHYSICIAN A N 1> **" UR-  X tfei'ii.   Olliec,  linker street, 'I doors wesl  of po-iollice, up sliiirri.' (571)  \ SSAYING. KOHIi-VS-i LANO. AS-  /V snyurs lo Wnr Kii|fl(i and Assooiat'-d  Companies, l.ussliiiid (351)  S. NORMANS: CO., MINING ANO STOCK  . Ilrokers, Iloiol Spokane. Spokane, Wash.  Telephone (K7. [1051  "VTAIION*, MoKAIlLAXIl fcJlAHON, LTD.,  i.T.*L Mining 11ml Share lirokurs, Vancouver,  Jl. (J.   Members Slock Kxcliiinne, :i.'IO  H  jl    M. HANIIILANIIS, -il.XKI.Ab AG I-NT  .Ili_    Kiro   Insurance   ami   .Mining   Jlroker,  Siinuoii, II. 0.  ;VKJ  F  LI.TCIHCK S. ANDRI.WS. I!.\l.inSTI.!t,  Solicilor, ������lc.     Sole AkciiI for lliu L'niia  diiin   Kiro Insurance  Co.      Ileal   Kslato  and  Miniiiij properties for sale.   Slocan Citv, U.C.  IS-ll)  G1 ORE. HUKXI.T & CO., PROVINCIAL  IT and Dominion Land Siirvovors and Civil  ������������������Jiffinei'i's. Xelson, li. C. i'oon'i No. J, over  Thomson & Co.'s Rook Si ore. (ill  WANTED.  PA I.TN Kit with S_i000. Can double his  money every 8 months. Safe reliable business,  Several good Agencies.   Applv,  \V. T. STl-WARP,  (WM) P.O. Lux ill. City.  ..iixi.v.;. a.;k.vts.  W. J. G.  DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING   BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  ���������ZSTEJ-LSOnsr, B. C.      [333]  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  IXS-'IMXCK iiu<l ��������� - ���������  .;O..I.MISSIOX A.i-EXT.  VICTORIA ST..  214  NELSON, B. C.  W. P. SLOAN,  nvnusriJNTG-   .^o-iEisriv  ' Goat. River, Duck Creek. Sutter District and  Summit Croek properties a specialty. Property on line of Crow's Nest Pass Railroad, local od on Goat, river, on list.  <.<>i-rcs|><>ii<lcii(.c Siillcllvil.  KOOTENAY,   RIVER,  B. C.  P. O. ADDRESS    PORT   HILL,  IDAHO.  _73-5-12-6  W. PERKINS & CO.  MINING BROKERS,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS.  40 Veins l_xi><-ri<_iu'<! In Mlnlus. K.vpcr-  IciKM-il l'i'<i>i|M'������'l������rs t'lirni.slH'tl ou Short  .\<>ll<-<'.   Mines t_v|><-rt<'U niKl ICeporlcil on,  linker Street, Opp. ������). ������v K. La ml Ollice  NELSON.    WEST KOOTENAY, B.C.  _t72-5-12-G  Joseph  A. Say Ward  LUMBER! LUMBER!!  Ali   kinds   of  Rough   and   Dressed   Lumber,  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  w    PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES.  PILOT BAY, B. C.  Nelson Shoe Store  Cheap for Cash!  A Full and Complete Line of    f\\  Spring Goods just received  WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF  PROSPECTORS' SHOES  On hand  al all   times.    Give us a call and satisfy yourself for prices  \V."H. GRAHAM, Proprietor.  (384) ������ NELSON, B. C.  ���������       ���������       ���������  Lawrence  Hardware Co.  Headquarters for Miners' and Builders'  ZE3I .A. _R ID ^V" .A. _R IE  A Full Stock of Graniteware and other Kitchen Utensils.    Prices  Furnished on Application. (102)  GIVE US A CALL.   PROMPT ATTENTION TO LETTER ORDERS.  TEL.-21. b.a.:k_.e_r stbeet.  LARGEST and most  complete stock of  CROCKERY  Kvcr brought into Kootenay,  Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, etc., in Staple and  Fancy, Goods.  W. J. TWISS,  MINING,  REAL ESTATE  ���������BROKER.���������  INSURANCE AND GENERAL  COMMISSION AGENT.  FRONT STREET,     -     KASLO. B. C.  RELIANCE MINING EXCHANGE  Mine Incorporators ami Brokers"  AVill piircluisc or furnisli money lo" develop  Rood properties. Kirsl. elnss connections in  Kiibitern. cities nml London. AVrile us before  .pliiuiiig-j'oiir-iiropert)'. ~~~ ~ '���������  A. C. Buchanan & Co.  P. O. Box 47 Telephone No. io  Nelson, Salmo and North Fork. 4S2  H.I?.Th_  rn  IN" .ttVEK  IS OUR NEW STOCK OF SILVERWARE WHICH JUST ARRIVED  315 & 316  ROOKERY  SFOic-A-nsrEi,    -    *w-.____s:e_i:_  ' 525  MINERS and   , '   ��������� ���������  PROSPECTORS  Goinff lo Goat liiver or While Grouse Mountain mines will lind it to liicir.interesl to get  llioii-.supplies at the I'ioneei-.Sloi-e at Siinen.  A complete assortment of Groceries anil  Miners' Supplies always on liiinil at reasonable  pi-ices. ".Satisfaction Gunriiiiiccil. ((._J7)  G. D. CURTIS  fc^ARCHITEOTpt^;  025    OYI-IC TllOtlSOVV ISOOK STOKK.  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  .   ���������  Okkice:  NELSON ������ AND   KOSST.ANT.. H   O.  no *  FOR SALE,  Tin" uei<!iM:i of the. _?_;���������<ivinciul gov-  j i.-i-niiieiit to appoint ;i police ui.-igisti-ite'  ! and ;i lici'usii commissioner for Nelson  I is. simply outrageous. It's timo the  j Victoria   Colonist-  and tho Vancouver  World -lixwl     up .their   Avhite-ivash  brushes ajrain.  BAKER ST.  Two Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  103 -V. J. <.. Dirksoii.  linker .������(.  SEE   OTTIR  Syrup Pitchers  Tea and Coffee Setts  Soup Tureens  JACOB DOVER.  "WATCH   K-EF^.IE..*tasrC3-  ^__.   SPECIALTY.  21!)  -ALTERATIONS  The Extensive Additions to oui-'Premises are now complete  and every Department is overflowing; witli Bright, New Goods.  Anything and everything Hint a man might wear.    Prices-Right-  _Lt   the  O. STOEE.  J-.  ^���������  ri  NO'S.   18 & 20 BAKER  STREET,        (2)        NELSON, B. C.  IJSTCOBPOBATED   1670.  TIHIIE  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  The " .Ve.-t Kootenay Power & Light C'om-  jjiiny" are prepared to receive tenders for the  excavation and removal of about twenty  thous.'ind (20.000) cubic yards of rock work on  their power-house site, at Middle Kails, Koolenay river, seventeen miles from Hobson. on the  .Columbia & Kootenay branch ofthe C. 1J. It.  i All particulars will be furnished on application  I to J. O. KKLLKTT.  1    Uesident Engineer. I'.O.IIdx :&'. Xelson, H.C.  j'  Dated. Xelson, U.C, June 7th. i_U7.      ��������� Kio!))  TRANSFER OF BUSINESS-  ]    The republican members of. Uu> fin-  ( mice committee of the  United States  _Mes������r-. I'roctor. liiisk, Ffoushton and \\"e.-t  ; liavim; lcswd the Outlet  Hotel a; Balfour lo  | Mr. .l.C. Hlandy. inform  the public thnt they  ' ire not   responsible   for  any  debts  incurred  4ir.ee his occupancy.- 070  [ FOR SALE.  ! At a .sacrifice a new ten-stamp Kolil mill, with  ] steam power, manufactured by the Kdward 1'.  I Allis Comriaiiy. of Milwaukee: in n-e one  ; week: must be sold before Ausfii.-t 1st. Kor  particulars. a;Wre--s,  DOL"GLAS A. KISICE.  Attorney. New York Life l'ldfr., Minneapolis  Minn. |ii.>SI  Hudson's Bay Company,  FORT GARRY MILLS, WINNIPEG.  Many people claim to sell the best Flour.  We do not make claims, but only ask  the favor of a trial. Onr Hungarian is  ackno-wledged by all unprejudiced people  to be the best value in Canada.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET NELSON, B. 6-  505 - THE MINER, NELSON   B. C, SATURDAY,. JUNE  19   1897  CHUKCH   NOTICES.  Sunday, Juue 20lb, 18 97.  Ciidbcii of England. Matins 11 a.m.  Eveu JSotif,', 7.80 p. ra. every Sunday.  Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month, after Matins; ou 2nd  and ith Sundays, at 8 a. ni. Sunday  School at2.30 p. in.  PuESBYTEiiiAN Ciiuucii. Services at  11 a. m. aud 7.30 \>. rn. Sunday School  ut 2.30. Trayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Roman Catholic Ciiui-Oir. Mass at  Nelson.'ou first, and last Sundays in the  month. Snndon second . Sunday and  Kaslo third Sunday.  Mkthodist Chukch. Corner Silica  and Josephine (Streets. Services at 11  ii. m. and 7.JJ0 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Prayer meeting ou Friday evening ut 8 o'clock. Epworth League CE.  Tuesday at 8 p.m.  I-l-D STAIt MINI.RAL CLAIM.  SlTUATK    IN' TIIK   AlXSWOHTII  MlNINli  DIVISION ok tiik Wkst Kootksav  Disiiiict.  WllHllU    LOCATUD���������NKAU TIIK   MOUTH  OK  HcilllOKnKIS OlIKKIC, , IvOOTKX.W Laici-:.  rpAKK -NOTICK. that, I, 11. I_. Croasiluilo,  JL acting as agent for Montague S. Davys,  I'Voc Miner's Cerl.itiealo No. (iS,2IJ2. intend, Ik)  days from dale hereof, toapply to the Milling  Itecordcr fnrn Cert ideal oof IniprovemenU for  the purpose ol' obtaining a Crown Uiiinl of the  ahovc claim.  And furl hur dike notice that action, under  seclion 117, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Carl ideate of Improvements.  "HI-XHY I.. CI-0ASI)AIL1_.  Daled this 7th day of Miiy. l_i)7. (1121)  ASPICS' MIM-HAL CLAIM.  SlTl.'ATK  IN' TIIK NV.I.SON MlXINl:  1)1 VlrflOX OK  WlJST      IClJUTKN.w'     DlSTUIOT.        WllKllE  Loeatkii���������Ox tiik Kast Si.oi'K and Aiiout  Two Mi mm Kuom'tiik ������oi;i������;i.; okKoka-  NKK CltKKK.  rpAKK NOTICK lhat I. Charles Moore, nol-  _____ ing as Agent for Patrick XV. (iooi-ge, l-'ree  -Miner's Cortiliculc No. I.5S0.., intend, sixty days.  from the dale hereof, l.o apply to the Mining  Recorder for a ucrtillciitts-of improvements, for  the purpovu of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim.  And  further lake notice that action, under  section :I7.   must,  be  coiinncnceil   before   the  issuance of such eortilioalo of improvements.  CIIAlll-1-S MOOlil., Agent.  Dated Ihis 5lh day of Jlay, 181)7. (Ii3:i)  CKItTIKICATK  OK  TIIK   I.I-G13TT.ATJON  OK A "'rOlll-IGN COMPANY.  'Co.Mi'ANiKS Act," Paut IV.  Acts. *'*  and Amummn'g  ���������Willi.- i_rmi.se .11 in in;; i,'oni|iaii}" (foreign)  Registered llieliili day or Mureli, 1SI7.  [lli'.l.KHY CK.RTIKV thnt I have this da>  registered the "White Grouse Mining  Company" (Koreign), under thc "Coiiipiinies  Acl," Part IV., "llegistratiou of Korei.-,rn Companies." and amending Acts.  The head ollice of llie said Company is situated al tho City of .Spokane, in the Stale of Washington, U.S.A.  'i'he ob.jccis for which thc Company is established are:���������  To work, operate, buy, sell, lease, locate,  acquire, procure, hold and ileal in mines,  metals, mining and minerals claims of every  kind, character and description, within the  United Slates of America and the Province ol  Hritisli Columbia, Canada:  To carry on and conduct a general mining,  smelling and milling business: lo purchase,  acquire, hold, creel, operale and control  elelric lighl and power plants for iho purpose  of mining aud treating ore, ores, and for the  purpose of furnishing lights and creating  power for all purposes; lo bond, buy, lease,  locale, and hold ditches. Humes, and walei  rights; to ronsirucl, lease, buy, sell, build, oi  operate railroads, ferries, (ramways, or olhui  means of transportation, for lhe purpose of1  transporting ore, ores, mining and other materials: lo own. boud. buy, sell, lease, and locate  timber and timber claims; and finally lo do  everything consistent, proper, nnd requisite for  the carrying out of the objects and purposes  afoi-esaid, iii I heir fullest, and broadest sense,  within the territory aforesaid.  Tlie capital slock of the said Company is one  million dollars, divided into one million shares  of the par value of one dollar each.  Given under my hand and seal of ollico al  Victoria. Province'of British Columbia, this 6th  day of March, 1S-IT.  [I..S.I S. V. WOOTON,  (l!12) Registrai offoiiit Slock Companies.  Noiiee of Application < For Liquor License.  TAKE NOTICI. thai I. Andrew Uringgold,  _wil 1-apply-to-tho_Stipendiary���������Mngislratcof.  West Kootenay,   thirty days after date, for a  license 10 sell' liquor 'by retail at my Motel at  Creightown, on North Kork in said district.  ANDKI-W   IIKlN'UGOLt),  Dated al  Nelson,   IJ. C.  this  first day  of  Jlay, 1807. ('i_l>.  Notice of -.ppicalio-i for" Liquor License.  : TAKI. notice that 1, K. M. IV.ters, will apply  to the Gold Commissioner of West, Kootenay, H. C, thirty days after dale, for a license  to sell liquor bv retail at life Petri) Hotel on  tho North-Kork of Wild llorse Creek in'suid  district.  ' -  --       K M. PKT1-RS.  Dated at Wild  Horso Creek, li. C , tins :.id  day of May, J KIT, - |G3u)  Going East?  If you .are.  Do not Forget.  i  FIl.ST���������Go via St. Paul because the  liues to that point "'ill all'ord you .the  best i-ervice.  * SECOND���������See that the coupou beyond  St. Paul reads via the Wisconsin Central  because that line makes the closest connections with all the traus-coutiueutal  linese teriug the Union depot there, and  its service is first-class in every particular  THIRD���������For information, call on your  neighbor and friend, the nearest ticket  agent,'arid ask for a ticket via the Wisconsin Central lines, or address  Jas. C. Pond, orGKO. S. Hatty. .  Gen. l'as. Agt, General Agent,  Milwaukee, 21(5 Stark St.,,  Wisconsin. (370)   '       1'ortland, (jr.  HARNESS  -AND -  SADDLERY-  Puck Hiniies-;, Puck Straps, Teiun  Housings, Whips, Brushes, Combs,  HiLs, Harness Oil, etc. Repairing a  specialty. Orders promptly attended.  L. POGUE [11501 Ward St., opp. Court House  TTJG-S  KASLO  __A.IT ID  RED STAR  ALLAN I.KAN,  Master.  A. CAMl'lil-LI-.  Muster.  Are prepared to do Towing, etc., and can bo  Chartered by Kxoursioii and Prospecting Parlies.   Scows 'furnished.  Kor fui'tlicr particulars apply on board  steamers or to,  C.W. WEST,  (023) Holson.  O.T. STONE,  Kaslo.  C. W. BOSK,  Balfour.  NOTICE.  The business of the Nelson Sodawaler Factory has been purchased by I'-. P. Whalley, to  whom all accounts are payable. All debts and  liabilities incurred bv the company prior to  Jlay the lolli will be paid by XV. S. Ashpitel.  WALTI-I. S. ASIIP1TKL.  IMS 1.. PI.RCY WIIALLKY.  Dated ul Nelson this L.thday of May, 18'J".  NOTICE.  ~VTOTlCH is hereby given, that sixty days  _I-M from dale hereof, J intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  I'or permission to purchase the following described land, situated in the Nelson Division of  West, Kootenay: Commencing at a post at the  south-west, corner of Lot M4 Group 1 West  Kootenay: thence west 80 chains; thence south  10 chains'; thence easL .0 chains; thence north  IU chains to the point of commencement, containing S'iO acres more or less.  1IKNUV   ...  CROASDAILE.  Dated Nclson.iRC., Sth March, 1807.,     (571)  NOTICE-  VTOTICK is hereby given, thai sixty days  IA from dale hereof, we intend lo apply to  the Chief Coiiiinissionei' of Lands and works  for permission to purchase the following describe.! land, situated in the Nelson Division ol  West, Kootenay: Commencing nt a post at  tlie south-west "corner of Lot:!')-; Group 1, Wesl  Koolenay; thence wesl SO chains; Ihence north  <0 chains; thence east SO chains; thence south  SO chains to the point of commencement containing 010 acres more or less. o  TIIK HALL MINES Ld.  Dated Nelson, B.C., Sth Marcli. 1897.      (5731  NOTICE  INITIAL POST.  Notice i.s hereby given that, sixty days from  dale hereof, wc intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permis-  ������oii lo purchase the following described land  situated in lhe Nelson division of West Kootenay.  Commencing nln, post at thc south-west corner situii ted ina hay meadow about ll) chains  iouth  from  foot   of  mountain   and  about   12  ainitis norlh of Heaver Lake; thence north 80  jhains,  thence cast SO cluiins, ihence south 80  jhaiiis, Ihence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing (HO acres more or less.  K. lU-OADKOOT.  J. OSTIN.  WM. MA It'll I CR.  Located lliis-JOlh dav of April, 1807.  Dated at Salmo, _tll.li April. 1807. (������!���������������)  NOTICE,  ASSESSMENT   ACT    AND    PROVINCIAL  1.EV1.NU1. TAX.  .VISLSON' nivrsio-V OK WKST KOOTKNAY DISTKICT.  ^J OTICK is hereby given in accordance with  _1A tin; statutes, that I'rovincial Ilu venue  Tax and all taxes levied under the Assessment  Act are now due for the year 1807. All of thc  ibove named taxes collectible within tbo Nel-  sm Division of West. Kootenay, assessed by me,  ire puyalilo al my ofllco at Kaslo, B.C.  Assessed taxes are collectible at the following  rates, viz :���������  Kour-lifthsof one per cent, on the assessed  value of real estate other than wild land.  rhrcc-quariei-s of one per cent, on the assessed  value of personal property. On so much of the  income of any person as exceeds one thousand  lollars thc following rates, namely: Upon  such excess when the same is not more than  ten thousand dollars, one'and ouc.quarter of  one per cent; when such excess is over ten  thousand dollars and not more than twenty  thousand dollars, one ami one half of one per  cent.; when such excess is over twenty thousand  dollars one and three quarters of one per cent,  rhrce percent, on the assessed value of wild  land. If paid on or before the 30th of June 1897:  "fliree-lifl.!rs~of--6ne~per~cciitr-on-ihc"assoBscd  value of real estate other than wild land. One  half of one per cent." on. the assessed value of  pci-hOiiitl property. Upon such excess of income  when the same is not more than ten thoosaud  dollars one per cent; when such excess is over  ten thousand dollars and not more than twenty  thousand dollars, one and one quarter of one  per cent.; when such excess is ovor twenty  thousand dollars, one and one half ot one pe-  cent. Two and one half per cent, on the  assessed value of wild land.  Provincial revenue tux 83.00 per capita. .  O. G. DENNIS,  Assessor and Collector.  Kaslo, B.C., Jan. 20.1i, 1897.*' ,_   ,,  -. 527  KOOTENAY*������ LAKE    GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons contributing $1.00  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits ol^the Hospital; in addition the  $io.oo subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting at the annual  election of directois.  A. H..CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C. August -14th  1896.  -" U19)  NELSOIVHLOTS.  "NOTICE.  Having appointed W.J. G. Dickson  local agent i'or addition A to the town-  site of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots or parties wishing information,  plans or price list of the addition will  please apply to him.  -00 F. C. INNES.  Music Lessoijs  Mrs. Morley is prepared to receive  pupils for Piano, Violin or Organ.  .Ipply at Thomson  Stationery  t'oN  Store,  .NeLion. 427  BUY your own '-'  WALL PAPER  .Make ymir own rlioice  anil save. Ihe Painter's  Commissiim  BUY DIRECT  25 per cent off, Paper  Borders, net  Ingrains, 35c. roll net  Largo stock of how patterns  Thomson Stationery Co-  LIMITED  (3G2) NELSON, B. C-  Notice of Appli.atioQj.f.iv Lipi'l License  TAKK notice that T, Walter Trothian. will  apply to the Stipendiary Magistrate of AVest  Kootenay, thirty days after date, for a license  to sell liquor by retail at Deer Park, in said district. VVALTKU   TROTH AX.  Dated at Deer Park, IJ. C, this 19th day of  May. 18.J7. ->17 __>  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby Riven that sixty days after  date I intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 240 acres, more or less, situate in West  Kootenav District, coniinenciiiK ut the Northwest corner of lot 188.'!, O, I.; thence east -ID  chains, thence north III chains, thence west 10  chains, and Ihence southeast to the point of  commencement. I<\ C. CltKION'.  Nelson, April L'8, 1807. U_l  Say  t  Are you acquainted  with  Fred Goodwin?  If not come and buy a quart of  Beer, 25 cents,  and get acquainted.  VICTORIA HOTEL  KOOTENAY HOTEL  Lund & Peterson, Props.  Veruon Street, Nelson, "B. C.  GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS,  First Class Bar in connection.     Transient rates reasonable.        (5S2)  A. C. EWART  ARCHITECT  Clements and Hillyer Blk  Room 6  Nelson, B. C.  W. H. PHILIPPS,  _5l���������<r\L_i        ^^       ^^       "^"  -.J.    ENGRAVER  Die Sinker and Embosser.  583    3fU Douglas Street, Victoria, B. C.  FOUND  A new place to send your laundry-  after April the ist.  The   Kootenay   Steam   Laundry  will   be  thoroughly  equipped   with  the latest improved  machinery   and  experienced help.  Whitcher & Cleland     -     Props.  KELSON, ������.���������.  .52������)  Hotel  Slocai)  Oldest and Most Reliable in the City.  EDWIN CUMMINGS, Proprietor.  RATES:    $2.50 Per Day.  KeadqUarfcers  For  Commercial travelers  an������> flDinino flDen.  First=Class in all its Ap=  pointments.  Cor. A Ave. and 4th St., ICASLO. B.C.  (551)  ATLANTIC  ip Lines  From Montreal.  Parisian���������Allan Line Tune 1!)  Carthaginian���������Allan Line '. :' lune ai  Lahrador���������-Dominion Line June _M  Scotsman���������Dominion Line .lune 12  Lako Winnipeg���������Heaver Line ....June Hi  Ontario���������Heaver Line '. June 23  Ki-oin New York.  Teutonic���������White Star Line lune 11  Hrittianic���������White Slar Line  June 23  Berlin���������American Line lune III  St. Louis���������American -Lino-.. ���������.-...-.���������.-.-...Iunc-2:i-  Campania���������Cunard Line June I!)  Aiu-ania���������Cunard Line June 22  Mongolian���������Allan State Line June 25  State of Nebraska���������Allan State Line July   II  Kriesland��������� I ted Star Line :��������������������������� lune 2:(  Kinsington���������Ited Star Line  Juno :.0  Cabin', 815, $50, SIIO, 870, ������S0 and upwards. '  Intermediate, SHO and upwards.    -  Steerage. $2:5.50 and upwards,  lJasscii!_ers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low  rates to-"all parts of the Muropean continent.  Prepaid passages arranged from all points.  Applv   to  GKO. "S.   J_I.HI.,   C.I-.K.   Ticket  Agent. Nelson, or to.      WILLIAM STITT.  (551)   General Agent. C. I'.H. Ofllces, Winnipeg.  I  Kaslo   & Slocan   Eailway  TIME CARD NO. I.  Going West. '        Daily Going Kast.  Leave 1.00 a. m.   Knslo Arrive 3.50 p.m.  -"     8.3(5a.m.   South Fork    "      'i.15 p.m.  "     9.30 o. in.   Sproule's "      2.15 p.m.  9.51a.m.   Whitewater      "      2.00 p.m  "    10.0.1 a. in.   Hear Lake '       1.18 p.m  "    10.18a.m.   McGuigan "      1.3 p.m  ."   10.30 a.m.   Bailey'- "      1.21 p.m  "    10.39 a. in.   Junction "      1.12 p.m  Aro.   10.50 a.m.   Sandon Leave   1.00 p.m  Subject to chango without notice.  For   rales and  information   ppp >   at the  Company's ofllces.  UOBT.iaVING, R. XV. nit YAN.     .  201)   Traffic Manager. Superintendent.  ���������#.. A    W%I\ fe F " $  i-A UMfiy-g  i\Y_TH0UI  IHOOPS^  That means a long  lasting Pail.  Its  many  qualities ty  are unique. Sjlf  The price makes it ^  available to all  f THEE. B. EDDY CO'S %  $ *:!0URSTED FIBREWAi*::   |  kj> FAILS, TUBS, PASS, DISHES, ETC.   it}  MAtAtAt/MA.AfA.AfAfAfA.A./  UY  il.   10.   WIMtlNS.  I  It was u lint Sunday in June. Thc bell  was ringing tor the morning service in  tlie Dover orchoiiox church, nnd tlie ppo-  plo were Hooking up the hill on which  Uio sacreil cilificu .stood. The farmors'  wives and daughters woro thoir thinnest  dresses, iiml were arnieil with stout funs  and sun umbrellas; tho men looked  wretched and steaming in their Sunday  coats. The sun beat llnreoly down on  Dover village, on its whito houses and  clover Holds. Tlio bres nml insects wero  droning so loud tlmt peoplo could hear  thom insido the clmrcli. In tliere it was  poolor, thoush still warm enough: everybody was fanning.  Tlio bell tolled, and the peoplo ^kept  coming up thc aisles. David Ayres, in  his place in thc second row of the singing scats, watched tliem soberly. Ho was  a tall, stoutly-built young man; his faco  was hrown and hniivy-featiirod, but  handsome.    He hud a fine bass voice.  A titter and whisper spread through  thc row of female singers bcrforo hint.  "Look at Almira King!" The flowor-  wreathod bonnets shook witli mirth.  "What are tho t;irls laughing at?'-  thought David Ayres.  A girl was tripping up tho aisle below, drosseil in a pink silk gown, hewil-  deringly draped and plcatud. She wore a  littlo white crape bonnet with a knot of  crushed roses. '1 ho young man thought  slie looked beautiful, and saw nothing  laughable about it. All lio wondered at  was how the Kings enuld affoi'd such a lino  dre-?=. and how the girl happened to como  to ohurch anyway. He had never seen  her there before.  Tho girl entered, a pew well towards  tho front, and settled down, liko a bird,  with a pretty flutter. All Davidcouid son  of her between the people were lior  shapely pink shoulders and knots of yellow hair below tho little bonnet. When  the choir sang the flrst hymn, however,  all the congregation rose and turned  about to faco the singing seats, and iie  took a good look ab lior as ho rolled out  his sonorous bass notes. She had a  charming, round, chil'lish face, simple  mid sweet. Slie was looking down at her  pretty gown with an innocent simper.  Shu pulled the drapery in the hack n little; then she glanced over her shoulder  to see if it was right; then sho smoothed  the front of tho ovcrskirt tenderly.  ".She's mighty tickled with hor new  dress," reflected David Ayres sagely; but  lie felt none of the sharp-eyed (einalo  dingers' contempt at the girl's silly  vanity.  All at once Almim looked up and met  tlio'yniing man's eyes fixed full ripon  her. Iter eyelids dropped, and she crimsoned to tho lace round her whito throat.  Ho could soo, even at that distance, that  ehe was confused and - disturbed. "I  won't look at hor'again, if it makes hor  act that'way," resolved lie; and forthwith fixed his eyes on his book as ho  sang.  After the service was over ho went  down to the vestry to Sunday sehool.  He had n class. The session occupied  about an hour. Coming out, he fell in  with his cousin Ida Iiabcnck.  "Ida," said lio abruptly, "I wish you'd  toll mo why folks were laughing when  Almira King came in this morning. I  didn't see anvthing to laugh at. Dirt  you?"  "Why, David Ayres, that dress was  perfectly ridiculous for a girl to wear to  meeting. Don't yon know it was? I  don't wonder folks laughed." "-'���������  "I do," quoth David stoutly. "I think  tho dross-was all rigiit. She looked like  a doll in it, anyway. I guess you girls  were jealous."  Ida colored up. She was a plain girl  herself. "I guess we weron't jealous,"  returned she with spirit. "You men will  overlook anythk'.g for a pretty face, and  that's all there is about It. Every blessed  thing that., girl came to meeting for this  morning was to show hor dross.*'-  "I don't see,'-' snid her cousin, with  =low emphasis, "what does make you  t;lrls for ever pick cm each other. I should  -tliinkr-when-you-siiw���������ono���������of���������yonr-own-  i.ind look as pretty and sweet as Almira  King did this morning; you'd feel proud  of her in ono way, and say the nicest  "things about her that you could."  "Well, tin? dross, was all out of plnce,  and 1 don't think that's very bad to  snyi" said Ida, trying to keep her temper. "But it's no. uso arguing with you  about it, David: men don't look at'such  things liko women."  ���������=  "I don't think they do," replied David.  Whon Ida got homo sho told her  ir.other .that she didn't know whether  David was limy or meant to bo aggravating.. *  "I suppose I made Ida mad," reflected  David, as ho sped along tho dusty road  In his open buggy, keeping a tight rein .  on his smart horso; "but I don't care.  If there's anything I hate, it's one -girl  plokingon another. Ida ought to be  broken of it."_  The Ayres farm was situated about a  mile and a half ont of Dover village.  About half a mile out David passed the  King place. The house was pour���������a low  red cottage���������but thero were some fertile  fields about it. The King farm was  small, but, as far as it went, productive.  - David,' as he whirled by, caught a  glimpse of a woman coming round the  corner of t.he house from the garden wish  a pan in her hand full of beans, She iv:i.  "in odd figure, shore and stout,' with a  masculine width of =houlders. Her calici  dress cleared her think ankles, her black  hair was cut short, and she won: a man's  straw'hat.  "Pity such a pretty girl as A'.niir.i  King has got such a moth'';-!" thought  David, after his swift glance at her.  When lie got home Jie found dinner all  ready.     Everything was on    time   in tbe  Ayres household.   David's mother   sat by  the sitting-room   window. . fanning   herself and   reading   her    Uible,   while   she  waited for hcrson.  She was, a fair, stout  woman, ' in   an    old-fashioned     muslin  gown.    The ground was   wliite,   with a  brown vine   straggling   thickly   over it.  She looked up   pleasantly   a-: David   >':i-  lered, after puttiug up liis horse;  he was  his own hostb-r.     There were soft curves  in her face, whieh were deceptive.    Jiirs.  ': Ayres was- not just such a woman   as her  ! looks denoted.  Strangers generally found  I themselves taken  aback    by   her, after a  , little.'   She was a  very   devout   woman,  ; but sho hail not   been    to church to-day;  j she had   been   afraid   to    undertake   tho  iride in the hot sun.    Her health was not  i vcrv good.  | Tliey had dinner t'ircctly in the largo  ji-oom, "running the width ofthe house,  ��������� which siTVi-d as dining-room anil kitchen  : in thc winter, and dining-room akine in  ���������the summer; there was an unfinished  .back room, into which the cooking-  ! stove was then moved. Tho Ayres luri.i-  I house   was   extremely    substantial   and  comfortable, but the old-time notions of  l)..vi l's ancestors wero still prevalent in it.  Tho hired girl sat ilowii to tho tablo  with Dawd ami his mother. She was  n'vur. forty, as plump as Mrs. Ayros,  though nut 11= fair. There was a cast in  her eye-i. She had lived in the Ayres family ever since David was born. She had  tho reputation of being none too strong-  minded, but that hud never boon any  objection to her in Mrs. Ayrcs's opinion.  If anything, she en joyed tho prestige  which her own superior intellcet gave  her, cheap triumph though it was; nnd  Susan Meam had always been a f.iithfcl,  reliable help.  There, was cold meat for dinner. Mrs.  Ayres wus conscientious about any unnecessary cooking on thc Sabbath.  "Who was at church, David?" asked'  his mother, watching hini carve.  "Oh, tho fulks who usually go; except  ���������well, that. King girl was tliere. I never  caw her in church before."  "You don't say so! I wonder how her  mother happened to lot her, she's such a  strong spiritualist Woll, tho girl can't  amount to much, with that kind of  bringing up, poor thing."  "Sho looked real   pretty,   mother; and  slii) was divsscil pretty, too."  "What did she have on?"  "Something pink���������silk, I guess.''  "Pink silk !    I never���������"  Mrs. Ajrjs wont on  with   the subject,  finding it   inter,.sting; but   David   soon  contrived to.change it.    For some reason !  hfl did not feci as   hot   to   tako   up   tho  cudgels for Almira with   liis.   mother  as  he had with liis cousin [da. |  After  dinner   lie   went   upstairs.     Instead of entering his   own room, ho stole  stealthily into the   large   front   chamber  over the   parlor.    It   was   not occupied. |  The best bedstead and   feather   bed wore  in tliere, and the   best bureau.  The windows .wore open, and a   cool   green light  oame in through the blinds.   He sat down >  by  one   of   them,  and fell   into a young  man's-day-dream, with him   as shy   and'  innocent as a girl's.    "I  suppose,"   said  he to himself,   "if   I ever���������get   married,  we could have   this   chamber   fitted   up,  and���������some new furniture   in it.    Almira  King did look pretty to-day."  He had scon her dozens of times beforo,  and admired her, but not as ho had today. It seemed a pity that such a foolish  thing as a pink silk dross should swerve  such a mighty thing as a human heart.  But feathers might (ly along to paradise, if the wind happened to be that  way, ami point out its direction, to  things more important.  As for the, girl herself, it was perfectly ,  true that slie had beeu to church merely  to show hersolf in her now dress. Tho  dross had to bo worn and shown, else  what was tho good of having it at all, ;  aiid the church was tho only available  place, in wliieh to display it at present.  When Almira returned that morning  her mother was out in tho garden picking vegetables for dinner. She followed  her there. "Mother," she called, "I've  got home!"  The woman looked up1 and saw tho  rosy creature standing there witli the  most intense and ..unselfish pleasure.  "Well," said she, smiling-till she looked  foolish, she was so pleased, "What did  the';folks say to you, Almiry?"  "They didn't say_, anything, mother;  but���������they stared, 1 can tell you."  "I'll warrant they did! Now, deary,  you'd bettor not stand thero so close to  the beans, or you'll get somethin' on  your dross. You'd better go in an'  change it, an' git rested, while I git, dinner. ''  '" David Ayres sits up in tho singing  scats, and���������you'd ought to shave seen  him look at mo, mother, onco."  "I'll warrant lio did."  The mother stared fondly aftor the  girl as sho went oil* across the green  field. "I wish David Ayres would take a  shine to Almiry," said she. "He's a  good, stiddy young man, an' thero ain't  anybody but him an' his mother an'  Caleb, now Mr. Ayres is gone, an'there's  good deal of money there. Almiry would  be well purvideil for.  P'r'aps he will."  When Almira came into the house she  went straight to her own room. It was a  bedroom opening out pf tho parlor. Both  rooms had been fitted up for her with a  daintiness strango to tho rest of the  -house.���������Her-slecping-room-had��������� n-pretty-  set iu it, and a laco curtain at tlio window; the parlor a roal Brussels carpet  and stull'eil chairs. Mrs. King had worked  hard for it, but she was amply paid by  thc feeling that her "Almiry had "as  prettv a room to Fet in as. any girl in  Dover."  The glass ou Almira's bureau would  not tip far enough for her ti see her  whole figure, so she stood on a chair before it, and turned round and round admiring hers-jlf. She was radiant wit.'i  the simplest and most uncoii'-ealcd vanity. "L do look so beautiful!" she said,  quite loud. Tho memory of David Ayrcs's  admiring ga/.o underlay her delight- in  herself, and strengthened it. Presently  she changed the beloved dress relue.tuntly  for a blue muslin which was trimmed  with luce, and pretty too. She had n good  many dainty appointments. Kverylhing  about her, to tho embroidery on her un-  ' derclothiiig, was nice, through - h.-r  homely mother's caro. She lay down on  the lounge in her parlor, then, with a  paper of sugar-plums and a child's pap.-r.  She dearly lovod little pretty, simple tales  an<l sugar-plums. She heard ber mother  iii the rkitchen moving about, getting  dinner, but she never thought of such tithing as helping her. Still, she was nor.  selfish. She had only ben brought up in  unco'nsciouness of her own obligations,  and she had not keenness of wit to see.  them /or herself.  Once in u while sho   stopped   reading,  and thought   about   David : Ayres. -   Sho  wondered, should she go to evening meeting, whether hn would ever   wait on ..her  home.    Ptptty as Almira was,"no   Dover  young man hail ever paid  her the slightest,   attention,    beyond    admiring looks.'  Tliey were kept aloof   by   the   peculiarities "of her mother.    "I've a   great  mind  , to go fo.meeting  to-night." reflected Al-  i mini.   "I can't wear niy pink silk in the  ! evening, but Iv.e a good mind to go."  1      Two weeks from that   day tliero was a  I disturbance on-her account in   the Ayres  ; household.  I It w.-is a little cooler than tho  I former Sunday, and Mrs. Ayres  i had been to church ��������� to morning  ; aud fifrenioon - scrvicy too���������and she  ' had spent the .nooning at hor married  ' son's. Caleb, who lived in tho. village.  . David had driven home. He hail sum.  ' things to see to, and Susan got his din-  , ner for liim. i;  When the mother and son rode home  I together finally, after the second servic:'  i was through, he knew by certain infalli-  ' bio signs in her face that something was  , wrong, and he felt guiltily what it was.  i h-he =n'nl nothing about it till they  ! reached home: then, when be had put  ; his horso up. and she bad rh:������ng":t her  be.-t blaek silk, t'v ri'ck'Tiin-j came.  H������;-t.-irr.-il n-J for a : troll across tie-  j pasture; but she   hail s������opt   her   eyes   ou  him, and called him back, thrusting her  head out of tho sitting-room window.  "Como here, David," said she; "I want  ta speak to you."  He tried to have the talkst-indirig outside the window, bin she made him come  in. So lie stood leaning against the sitting-room door fingering the latch impatiently, while she sat facing him in her  big rocking-chair by tho window. '-  "David," sho began, "I hoard some-  thing about you over to Caleb's to-day,  and 1 want to know if it's true. I heard  you were going with that Xing girl;  that you've been waiting on her limim  from meetiug, and taking hor to ride,  and that that's whore you wore so lau  last Sunday night, whon  I thought   you  o  to Caleb's.    I w.tnt to   know ifJ it's  t       " :  Tiiu stout young follow had been  brought up with a droad of his fair-  faced, firm-handed mother; ho ��������� looked,,  boyish and blushing. Then his manhood  asserted itself, as it should now, If ever.  "Yes, mother," he replied, liis sober eyes  fixed on her; "it's true."  "You don't say   you   mean   to   marry-  that King girl, David Ayres?" .  "I think I shall, mother���������if she'll have  me."  "There ain't any doubt of that, .1  guess. David, if you marry that girl,  with her Spiritualist mother, you'll kill  ni"."  "O mother, don't!"  "I mean what   I   s'iy,   David.    You'll   o  kill me.    You'll havo to   choose between  your mother and that girl."  Tho hard jaws seemed to show through  Mrs. Ayrcs's soft cheek������. A blue tinge,  appeared round her mouth and nostrils.  There was au ever-present dread In the  Ayres family. Healthy as Mrs. Ayres  looked, she had an organic heart trouble,  and doctors had said a good dwil about  the danger'of over-excitement.  David looked at her changing face in  alarm. "Don't let's talk about it any  mni-e now, mother," said ho soothingly.  "Dont you worry over it."  But she was not to be put off. She realized thc ghastly viiiitagc-ground on which  she stood, and she was tho kind of woman to make the most of It.  "David, you won't   marry   that girl?"  "I'll tell you whethnr 1 will, or not in  a week, mother, and that's the best I  can do." Ho looked astonishingly liko  his mother as he said ' it. His face had  the samo determination,- almost obstinacy,  of hers.  Slie, eyed him sharply, and gave in.  "Well," said she. ":  All that week she hardly seomed liko  the same woman to hiin. Sho petted and  caressed hini as she had never done bofore. She descended to womanish wiles  to accomplish her ends, for the flrst time  in her life. But, if she. had known it, all  this had no effect whatever on her son.  He had too much shrewd sense not to ������  see through it, and feel almost an angry  contempt for his mother in consequence.  Her health and tht fear of injuring her  were the only things which moved   him.  The next Sunday he told her, .with "  inward shame and bitterness, that ho  would give up the girl. He felt as if ho  was giving up his manhood at the samo  time. Ho had tried arguing with his  mother a.little, but found it useless.  Tho girl's mother was her ground of  objection, and she stood firmly on' it, no  matter how plainly her unreasonableness  was shown todier.  "I'd rather you'd die than marry   into  ^suoh a  family,    David."    she   hail   said  once.  So David kept aloof from pretty Almira, and the girl began to fret. Sho  did not conceal her grief from hor  mother���������she was too dependent on her,  and she was not that kind of a girl.  When she came homo from meeting  alone she cried on her mother's shoulder,  and many a time tho two watched hand  in hand by the parlor window for the  lover who did not como.  Almira had really reason to feel aggrieved. David's courtship,' though ������o  short, had beeu precipitate, after tho  artless country fashion. Enough had  been done to raise her expectations,  though tliere. was nothing binding.  As the weeks went by, and slip received no attention from -David beyond  an occasional evasive nod a.s he drove  -past,- her-spiri ts-droopeil-mnru-and���������moro. -���������  Sho had never had any trouble, and sho  was bewildered.��������� This was her Jlr<t lover,  aud she had not known any hotter than  to begin loving liim vehemently.  She tried to attract him back in all  the pretty, silent littln���������' ways sho could  think of;' she could not take anv bo'd .  step, she was too modest. She would sit  on the door-step, in a pretty dress, with  her hair carefully done, iip, when shu  thought he might pass by.  "She went to church in her   pink   silk,"  and glanced timidly and wistfully up  at  hini when the.choir   was .singing;    but  David   would sing sternly on and   never -  look at her.   ". _  Then she would go home feeling ^that  there was no uso hi having a "pink silk  dress or a protty face. Tills poor littlo  rose of a girl, of a Sunday night, afier  her- lover had slighted her still onco  more, might as well have been a. burdock weed or a ragged robin for all tho  satisfaction sho took in being a ro=e.  She altered in hor looks;    her   simple,  smiling face grew thin and  pitiful.    Her  mother   studied   it-like   a   chapter   in -  which    her   own   future   sorrows   wera ,.  written out.  Mrs. King worked in the field and  garden like a man, and many a timo  she tramped home through the hot sun  just to get ono ' look at Almira, then  back "again. Slio , wa.. an energetic  woman. Kor years before the death of ' .  her husband,"who had been'an invalid a  long time, sho had managed tho littlo  farm.herself, and successfully, ...too. Sho ''  had petted aud token care of her husband, who had been . a gentle, sluw- '  motioned man, as she petted and took  care of-Almira now. lie win somo ten  years younger than she. She had assumed  the management of affairs from the first,  after, he married her,v_u stout hired girl  iii a " neighboring farmhouse. - Ho . had  really been incapable himself of carry,  ing on this little farm, .which his father  had left him. Every little luxury whicli  she could procure for Almira she always  had from her earliest childhood. Now  that this trouble had come upon her,  she did more; she relinquished for thu  time a habit of depositing small sums  from her earnings iii the savings-bank,  at fixed intervals-, for future emergencies. She planned many a Fiirprise for  Almira in tho way of new gowns and  trinkets. The girl was young and trilling .  enough to brighen momentarily at the  sight of them, and that was ample payment for her mother. But as soon as she  had worn them, and found that David  did not notice her any more on their account, the brightness died away. Mrs.  King spent money recklessly in those  days, such hard-earned money too.  "What's the use of my iayiu'up money."  she asked herself, "au* Almiry lookin'  like that?" THE MINER NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, JUNE 19,  1897.  Finally tlie mother grew almost desperate. She suffered far more than hor  daughter; .she wntjhed for David's com- ]  iug with a stronger anxiety. Sho began  to form wild plans for bettering matters. ���������  She even thought of arresting thc young  man,on his way past the house, some day,  and freeing her mind of him. She thought  of going to seo liis mother. But, coarse  and unwomanly as sho was in appearance, there was a good deal of womanly  modesty in her; she shrank from thoso  measures, though sometimes, watching  David ride by, she folt as if she could  kill hiin.  One day she spied Susan Means, tbo  Ayres'* hired woman, walking past, and  she called her in. She. was just up from  the potato-field herself; Almira had gone  to the village on an errand.  "Susan," sho called, standing in tbo  door, "como in here a minuto; I want to  see you."  The woman looked woiuieringly a*, a  point a tint or more to the lelt of her  with her crooked eyes; then i.ho came up  'Imp.'walk.  ���������'Come in," said Mrs. King. " I want  to ask you somethin'. I want to ask  you," she went on, outwardly defiant,  when tlio two sat together in the kitchen,  "ef you know what Mis' Ayrcs's David  has been treating my Almiry so fur?"  " I don' know whut you mean, as I  knows on." replied the othor, smiling  strangely at the cupboard-door. She was  a good-humored soul, but the twist in  her eyes gavo her an appearance of un-  canniness and mystery. Mrs. King, di-  l'oct and fierce, tired up in unreasonable  wrath. ,  "I guess you know," said sho; "everybody knows. I'll warrant ynu'vo hecrd  it talked iihnut enough. I wmit to know  what David Ayres has boon fonlin' 'round  Almiry King fur, an' gitin' lier all upset, an' then leavin' her���������that's what I  want to know."  It was perfectly true that Susan had  r known what Mrs. King meant, bnt she  " had been seared, and her little wits had  taught hor to evade the question. She  probably knew much more about thu  state of affairs than either D.ivid or his  mother thought. She often imbibed more  than her mental capacity was considered  equal to. It takes a wise person to gauge  another's mind and find the. true bottom;;. She kept on smiling strangely at  the cupboard-door.  "I've hecrd a little," said slie, "ef you  want to know."  "I do want to know. I'll let'em know  thev can't go foolin' 'round juv girl."  "You'll be mad."  "No, I won't be mad.  Out with it."  "I don't know as it's anythin' Mis'  Ayres has got agin Almiry, ..but she's  kinder sot agin you."  "What's she sot agin mo fur?"  "Wa'al, I guess it's on iiccount of  your wearin' your dresses half-way up to  your knees, and them cow-hide shoes,  and that hat, and hevin' your hair cut  so short. But I guess it's mainly 'causa  you air a Spiritualist."  ���������'I don't, bedieve a word of it."  "Aecordin' to what I've heerd, .It's  s ."  Mrs. King did not know when the  woman went. She stood loaning against  lho wall, dazed, till Almira came in.  "Is it me?" she muttered once; "an' I  willin' to die for her!  O Lord!"  Almira stared at har  when she entered  '    the kitchen. '  "What's the matter, mother?"  "No-h-ii1, deary."  Next Sunday tliere was a greater sensation in the orthodox church than there  had been over Almira in her pink silk.  Tlie girl was not there���������she was hardly  well enough that day���������but her mother  walked up the aisle whon the boll first  began.to toll. People stared, doubtful if  they knew her. She had on a decent long  black dress and a neat bonnet.' Her short  hair had given way to a braided knot.  , She .sat in the pew and listened solemnly  to the sermon, rogardless of the attention she excited. All she - took pains to  notice Was that David Ayres and his  mother were there. She made sure of  that, aud that they wero   looking at lior.  When she got home, Almira was lying  on tho lounge in������Jier room. Sho had been  crying; her eyes Owero red with tears.  Her mother sat doifn, and.looked at her  with wonderful lovo and hope, .."Don't  cry, deary," said she. "I shouldn't won-_  ^"'"der_a"Uit_if~lie"���������canle to^niglitT-TliaT's"  been all the trouble, tlio girl said, an'  now I've fixed that all right. I let my  dress'down  went on, and she saw hor daughter.trotting,'-and felt helpless tn ail .h'erjluir own  stiungch failed;, slowly, 'though slio did  not know it. Tln-.i-ohiul ���������probably b3t:n  some weak, fiber in her, which, could noli ���������  stand a -hard , str-iin,; in ���������_ spite* of her.'  appearance of ^strength. She hail never  been ill in her life.; slie. !l'clt new sensations uow, wit'iout realizing what 'they  meant. She waswTrying herself to  ileath-witlioufc knowing it. She worked'  harder and harder. She bad neven? toiled  in lurr Ufa us she did in -the late summer  -and early autumn-, of that: year, with  Almir.rs si'ul young face takhig all the  Kwi-.it.'iess out of tlio labor. ;������������������_  Ai last slie came hY'onri afternoon,-.and  fainted, on the threshold. AlmiriiV almost  beside herself', called -in a neighbor aiid  sent for;the doctor./. It was 'a sudden;-  violent attack, induced finally, perhaps,  by an error in diet, or a/cold, but superinduced by be.r wearing '-.anxiety. Sho  never got cilf.tho bc.'l in :her poor, little  be.lroom again.��������� :��������� Her room opened out of  tiie kitchen, and was not much liko -Al--  .".lira's.. ���������'������������������'.      . ;':.-  After she camo.oiit* of'lior first swoon,  she. was conscious till she died���������the next-  day. .. : She knew how* i t was goiugito end  with, her'from tiie first,: though she-made  the doctor tell - her />rho next afternoon.;  Thon, with" a sudden .:-resolution,'/ she  liskod ; him .-. to- go for David .. Ayres.  "Thar's been trouble betwixt him and  iny girl," said she, "that, has gotto be  set right afore I go." /._  ..So David camo, aiid stood with / A1-  niir'u beside, her bed. She was suffering a  good deal..of'-pain,'"'hut"- she -had nerve  enough to disregard' it. ���������":;  "I've been betwixt you an' Almiry,"  said she, ."nil1 thar didn't,, seem to be nn  way of settin" it right but this, thou^h/I  tried.- I've heerd ho\y yon folt about it,  an' I dare say it was, iiaterai. I don't liiy  up' notiiin'. All .'is,"ef you don't ������������������.marry'  Ainiiry"-nri'.v, an' take care of her, an'  make'her : happy,'may.. the - Lord never  forgive you fortrifliii' with her!"     r  '���������Oii," cried David, "I will never thihk  uf ���������anybody but Almira all my life. I'll  marry her' to-morrow."   'YY' ���������/ .  "Then it's all right," said "Mrs. King,  !ind;cnded't!ic word with a groan. '���������������������������������������������''  -The young man stood there, his face  white through: tlie tan. He was beside  himself with 'pity and shame;' but; he  con Id nob say a. word. He almost hated  his mirrowrmihdod motlisr. .  ':'.' I'd like toseeyou take ./-.lipid/, on Al-  miry/s hand," said Mrs.. King, gasping  again. "I want to ,s'ne you look , happy  and smiliu'. agin, deary, the way you  us->d'-to.'"    Y:-rYY': :"Y.. ���������    :'./,;-7'4,./;" 'Y  ���������.'David cangiitl'old of /Almira's hand  "with a great sob. lint-slie '.'. '.fe ii.ro w Y' his  away, and flung -herself .down '..;oni her  knees by her mothcf-S .bed.7.' V���������" :'.  /-f'O inother!.: mother! . mother!" she  sobbed.7 . "I 7lovo/- you/;best! /jl/do love  yoii'i best! 7I always will!''���������',..I" never  will love him as . niunli nsT; did you.- '; 1  proiiiiso'you/-":/'-"/'*':7//-/7---7. ^''���������j.-7"-7.,!7/'7 '���������'"���������-*;  ' '^PASSENGERS 7 IN   A  TU BE.  .I.oiidfinn'i-s    Tliiak   Thi-.v    Havo -Hie-ltp.it  ' -. K-i]_itI. Transit;System.  *���������' Tlio failure 7of the effort ���������''.'��������� to /furnish  New, York with an /acceptable plan^of.  riipirl trai sit--has drawn... renewed, atten-:  tion to the siiitabilit" fnr 7 that purpose  of the Greatlui'ad system, now operating  in Ijondon.���������/ This consists ; of /a circular  car, : which tra vols within a tube running.  (iO feet miller".ground.'.: It. .has;been run:'  tiling so successfully for7 four.years that  another line on: the same "principle is  being v-construotod. :/ "The cars, can be  -niade.{light-'as day, the motion' is smooth,  'and the supply of pure,/fresh .air.:is perfect. Accidents are niade impossible by  automatic appliances. The passengers are  carried up iind down to the {stations by  electric elevator/1' fSiime'.th/'-'syste n. has  h'epii in operation tliere have /beon: iio  nocidents, iind no; sarious /stoppagos of  trains:-:'7.7:::- YY'-}Y. ,. ���������"���������������������������������������������". ;:.v  .... This system interfcros- with all other  kinds pf itrallio' loss, than any other, and  is infinitely" less /costly/'"when compared  with '"the..'.'accommodation*, afforded, and  tho dilliculbios overcome.: Its construction can be carried- on without the  slightest -surface disturbance,,/as "it is  clear of water, gas, nleotricity and sewerage service, subccllars aud foundntjons  of -buildings', and whatever it removes is  i:qpla_cpd;J)y-son^^  and, bearing strength. ;,: It has. the advantage of   disturbing   no- existing   rights;  . it has neither right, of -way nor - damage  in' god; tho switch,/an'  I've j* compensations Jto, pay /for.    It has proved  been to mectin'. He'll be along to-: a success fr mi both a iimiuuiiil and an  night."      - ��������� ! engineering point "Of view, and   Loudon-  But he was not. Through the next j ers are convinced that thoy have tiie  week Mrs. King toiling in her field, of a | simplest and best system of rapid transit  necessity still   in   the   short   dress   and !, in the world.���������Pittmurg Dispatch.  heavy  shoes,    had   a   demeanor   like   a! -    hunted   criminal.    She kept  a  constant: i.ui _\i������ In.  lookout on the road; if she caught a; T.-ord, let mc in, th;* I may see Theo.  glimpse of David Ayres coming, ������ho hid. j I have been trying too long to judge  He should.never see her again in tho cos-1 Theo from the. outside Let mo. in. 1  tumo which had weaned - him from Al- j have asked my soul whero is the sign of  m!ra. If she had been able -lie would j Thy power. 1 have asked what good  have hired a man for this work now; bur, \ there is  in   being   good.    I   have   asked  what advantage tho righteous have over  the wicked. I have forgottcu that the  advantage can only ' be seen inside the  door. I have forgotten that the poet ni-iy  be threadbaro and yet joyous, that i-aj  painter may he penniless and yet exultant.' I have forgotten that tlie reward of  art is beauty, that tho reward of loving  is being loved, that the reward of holi-'  ness is strength in temptation. I shall  see Thy power, within Thy holy place;  in Thy light shall I, see,, light. Lord,  Lord, open unto mo. Give me a view  from within. -Let ine look .at the outer  grounds from'",' '- .vindow of Tt-.- -elling. Let me gai.u ..a Thy world from  where Thou Thyself n������t standing. And  I .-know that -the prospect shall be  changed,    the   crooked,  shall    1)3   m.ul..  she.hail spent too much money in other  ways of lute. She' thought surely the  young man would come on.tho next Sabbath. But ho did not. Then she ventured  on a decisive step, goaded on by Almira's  pitiful face. Tliere really was occasion  for alarm on.the girl's account.    She in-  '' heritcd a weak,, spiritless constitution  from her father, and a slight cause  might exhaust what little -stamina -���������he  possessed.^ Shu might, drift into nervous  invalidism, if she did-not die.  Mrs:' King tied on lior now switch  with infinite difficulty, arrayed herself  in' her long skirts,, and walked a mile  aiid a half to see David Ayrcs's mother.  The interview between the two women  was at once pitiful and.-comical. Mrs.  Ayres, her wholo ��������� soul set against the!  marriage   of her son with   this woman's !  '-.daughter, was immovably hard. She sat j  like a stone, and listened to the other's j  rough eloquence. "I've. done, tlie best I i  could," said Mrs. King, humbling her- L  self unshrinkingly. "I know I 'ain't j  looked an' dressed jest  like   other folk  straight, and the rough places plain,  and the glory, of the-. Lord shall be revealed.���������George Mathesou.  A Lesson in T<'ii_i>ri-.iii<.(...  Some few days ngo a   youth   who   be-  i,���������' ,__���������,���������. t>     ��������� i  ���������".   j-������-       -     ,, ., Ih'-ves he has thev. isdoin of manhood wn.  but now I m a-doin*   different.    I've got \ 0llt for Jlls llllUy \v,l]k; wll(?���������   ,10 mmo u  a switch, an' done up my hair like other  women, an' I've let dowj my dress.  I've i  been to mectin' too, an' I'm   goin,', right j  along."   I 'ain't   ever   been   much   of   a j  Spiritualist.    I got led   into   it  a leetle ���������  after Samuel died,   an'   I've   took   some;  jmpers.    But I ain't goin' to any more." :  It   wiis all  of    no   use.      Mrs.-   Ayres !  hardly gave any 'response at all; slie was '  almost   wordless.    All her   anxiety   was  lest David should come in while Almira's"'  mother was there; but ho did'j.ot.    Ein- I  ally the poor woman   went   home.    Sho  had gotten   no   satisfaction   at all.    she  had humbled herself, at the  last she bad  stormed, all to no purpose. Now slie was  hopeless. She had a rudsj physical sturdi-  ncss about her that   had   seemed   to extend to her inmost nature.  But it hardly  had.    If it had, it was by   reason   of her  unselfish affections.   A't heart sh>; had always been almost as simple and yielding  as Almira herself.     Sho   was a thorough  feminine creature   in   her   masculine attire, with her rough   voice,    As the days  i village where he was unable to lind a  refreshment house.  Being rather thirsty he began to look  about for sonic one who could direct.him  to one.  After a while he came across a littlo  girl of about eight summers minding a  baby.  "My little girl," he said, "can you tell  mu if there is a buershop in. this neighborhood;-'"  "No, my little man, I cannot," replied  the little maiden; "but you're a great  deal too young to drmk beer, take, this  (at the same time offering him tin- baby's  fee-ding botth1), it will do you a great deal  more good."  If you'r  After SHOES ��������� ��������� ���������  ^WE INVITE YOU TO CALL  We can give you any style unci all the comfort you want, willi light  soles or heavy soles, and just fitted for this Nelson weather.  PRICES   TO   SUIT   PURCHASER  5/6 The Nelson Shoe Co.  Opposite Hudson's Bay Co., Baker Street.  THE WH1TELAW TRADING CO.  Wholesale Dealers in  Creamery   and   Dairy- Butter,  Eggs,  Flour  Oatmeal, Lard, Potatoes, Etc-  Brandon, Man., and ���������__������������r_ Nelson, B.C.  CO.,   L'TD  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-S<=_9  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Right.    Prompt attention to all orders.  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co  VANCOUVER, B. C.  IO AND 12 CORDOVA STREET  COO GRANVILLE STREET.  417 HASTINGS STREET 127  tt..*!  _JNT_E_X_SO_J_Sr  Planing Mill!  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS  SATISFACTION   CLlARANTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE. , ������������������  THOS. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.      s  WMLGolfl. Site, Coper or CoalPropefc  IILLJl or promote Cojpy lo le ore.  WILLJANDLE Bondsof Flectnc Steam or Horse Car Railways  IOED Waterworks or Float Bonds ot Same.  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17 and 19 Broadway, New York City.  379  IU   XonbonDill  ^    ^Development anfc  jfllMtttng Company  LIMITED   LIABI  A Company lormed to acquire, develop and work the ''London"  Oroup ol Mineral Claims, situated in the Ainsworth and Slocan Mining Divisions ot West Kootenay, British Columbia.  _    The Company is incorporated under thc British Columbia "Companies    Act,   iSgo," and amending acts.  M. pes PrisaU & Co,  0  Grocery and Provision  _m:_e_ _Bc:e:.AJtsrTS  CEOOKEEY   -A_jSTI_.    GLASSWAEE.  A Large Stock, of Sashes and Doors for Sale Cheap.  CAl I TAL���������$150,000.00 in 600,000 shares of 25 cents each, of  which 360,000 fully paid shares will be allotted to thc Vendors in part  payment ot the purchase money, and 200,000 will be available for working capital.  H-ST-ELSO-lSr.  5(K>  IB. C.  M. R. SMITH $ CO.  Biscuit Manufacturers.  "W'iRITIEL-    FOB   ZF__R,IC-E-   XjIST.  __, ___ _vi GTO RIA 1 ��������� B-tGt- (212)-  ASSATIHG-  -35s.se U T   RATE S-wg--  I am prepared  to make  accurate and   reliable assays upon0 ores at the  >��������� . ��������� following rates: '  Silver, 8 ;50   Silver and gold, 81.00   Silver, lend, gold nnd copper, ������2.00  Gold... .1.00   Cjpper, 1.00 .Silver, lend nud gold '"....   1.50  Ores may be sent by mail or express and all charges must, be prepaid in  full.    Thc  charges for thc assaying must also  accompany the  sample.  Money furnished to prospectors to develop- their claims for an interest in  same. Claims'bought and sold Good prospects stocked. Prospectors  arc invited to correspond with me. . ��������� . 608  WALTER J. BROWN       -      -  PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.  Oliver T. Stone, General Agent, Kaslo, President and Treasurer.  Hamilton  Byers,  Hardware Merchant,  Kaslo.  A.  Whealer,  Barristcr-at-law, Kaslo,  Secretary.  BANKERS���������Bank of British Columbia.    OFFICE���������Kaslo, B. C.  The Prospectus can be seen at thc ollice of W. J. G. Dickson at  Nelson,  or at the ollice of O. T. Stone at Kaslo. 40-'  Headquarters for  ELECTRIC   LIGHT  SUPPLIES.  DYNAMOS WATER WHEELS *-f"-W'  MOTORS fire HOSE  ENGINES WATER SUPPLIES  BOILERS CHANDLIERS  Estimates given and contracts entered into for the  entire systems.  Call on or write \V. T. STEWARD,  Boxjg ._A1SL ELECTRICAL_ENGINEER,-Nelson, B.-C. -  NELSON, B. C.  v  P. BURNS & CO.  Wilesale and Retail Meat Merchants  0 *���������  HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.  Braiich Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,  Sandon,' Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.  We are prepared to supply consumers with  - all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats at rea-  sonable prices. " . ���������  Orders by mail to any branch will, have careful and prompt attention,    mo  Thos.-"Dunn ������ Co., L'd,  ? DEALERS IN  mil-', BucBMins' m. m supplies.  Fred J. Squire  MAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  WINTER and SPRING GOODS  TWEEDS,    SERGES, _ WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS  $25.00  AND  UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  NELSON,  yo  B.C.  ICE CREAM!   ICE CREAM!   AT* Tllfc:   VIENNA  BAKERY RESTAURANT  For the Very Best ]\lcal at Lhe I.Iost Ucsonnhle Price ours is the place. Every  description of Lunches pub up to order. AVe are now prepared to furnish a j  kinds of Fancy Cakes. Vienna Tarts, Lady Fingers, iWaceiu-oons, etc. ��������� AVed���������  ding Cakes a Specialty.  ZFIJNTJUST-    _B_R_E_^_._D    I3ST   TO^TIDsF  delivered to any part of tlie.town.   Also a fresh supply of Fancy Candies.  ������������������031 R. HURRY, Proprietor.  ;'   Corn StJiri-li C-ik<*.  One pound sugar, omvlialf pnund but  tor, six pgRs,    l>eut<!i)   spjmratulv-:  (ourths of ;i pound   of   corn=t:ircli  tabkspoonfuls of   Hour;    almond  lug.  I3ako in small'cups.  I  l-AK AM-  SliEKT  Il-O.V. ..MXKJtS'  FICKS. KAK AXI>   SHEET STEEL,  MI.\EI������'SHOVELS. M IKE ISOI'ES. "   JIANILlt UOIB  I>Y.\AMITE   FUSE AXD CAPS.  tlirco-  thren  fiavor-  -IsOLE AGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR   MINING   CO.'S  Write for Quotations. Cable Address, "Dunn."  (���������33) VAisroo-crvBE, _b. g.  QUICKSILVER.  Farley & Simpson  ^E^TSJ     MEATSI  A   BUTCHER   SHOP   has  been   opened  in   connection  -    with the store,.with a large stock ot choicest  FRESH  MEATS.  Groceries, Provisions,, Hay and Grain,  MINING SUPPLIES, ETC.  I Fresh Goods . ������    Great Variety THE MINER, NELSON  B.* C, SATURDAY,; JUNE 19   1897  _-u  Ihe ^flincr.  kelson, SElcsi J_ootcn-.ii),  JOritish (Eoluinbia.|:  1897  -^C THE-.CALEHDAI _:*.,1  1897  m t|w|t _t  M   T  W  i I  WEEKLY STOCK EEPORT.  Companies.  No.'' of  Shares  I'ar  Value  l'ricc.  -VKI-SON".  Hull Mi lies   KxchuquuL'   UOSril.AN-IJ.  Alberta   Heaver   Big Threo   Unite   Hi-il. (Jun.Cioldlicld.-  ll. <J. Gold   King...  Bluebird   Hruec   Caledonia Con   California   _-&_���������   Celtic Queen   Centre .Star   Colon na..-.   Commander   Crown I'oint,   Door I'ark   Dclaeola   Delaware   Kasleru Star   I'jiterpi'iso   Ki'io   Kvening Slar   Georgia   Gertrude   Giant   Golden  Drip   Golden Quoon   Great. Western   Ilattie Hrown   Helen   High Ore   Homestake   Idaho   Imperial   lion H01-.su   Iron MusK   1 X D   Independent.    Josie   Jumbo   Knight Templar...  Kootentiv-I.ondon .  he Uoil..*   Lily May   Mnvfknvcr   Monita   Monte Cristo   Morning Star   Nesi,Kgg...   Northern Hello   JN'ovoitv   O. K   Rain Alto   l'hconix   J'OOl'lllllll   Ked Mountain-view  1(. 10. I.ee   lied I'oint   Koehestei'    Kossland, Ked Mt..  Kossland Star   St. Kliiio   St Paul   Silveriue   Sou'n Cross & W eon  Sultana   Trail Mining Co   Union   Virginia     War Kagle I   West, Le Koi   White Dour   Young Hritisli Am'n  AINSWOKTH.  Dellie   Kllen   .'ioo.ooo  1,000,000  HOUNPAHY.  Old Ironsides   CAM l'   MCKt.VXKV.  Cariboo!   HKVHLSTOKK.  Orphan Hoy   SLOCAN.  Alamo   Cumberland -..  Dardanelles   Grey Kagle   Idler   Koolenay-Columbia  Minnesota   Noble Five Con   Rambler Con   "Reco '.  Slocnn Star   Sunshine   Wonderful   Washington   1,000,000  Tuo.ooo  .i.aoo.ooo  1,000,000  2,300,00(1  l.ooo.ooo  lioo.ooo  1,000,000  noo.ooo  ���������J,:'lOO,000  ;-)()o,ooo  Too.ooo  aoo.ooo  l.ooo.ooo  900,000  1,000,000  1.000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  l.ooo.ooo  noo.ooo  'i.oon.ooo  000,000  1.000,000  1.000,000  1,000,000  flH0,000  000,000  1.000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1.000,000  1,000,000  700,000  Soo.ooo  000,000  1,000,000  000,000  000.000  1,000,000  750.000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  1,000,000  1,000.000  000,000  000,000  1,000,000  2,000,000  l.ooo.ooo  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  000,000  000,000  1,000.000  2,500  1)00,000  ���������500,000  000,000  500,000  ,2,000,000  1,000,000  750,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  Soo.ooo  .VOKTIII'OItT.  Ked Top  1,000,000  ,00,000  000,000  00,000  1,000,000  "00,000  1,000,000  ���������loo  1,000,000  1.200,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  00,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  : 1  i     1  00  1 00  ] 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1-00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  0 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  loo 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I   00  1 00  1  00  l>  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  lo 00  1 00  1 00  1  00  loo 00  1  00  1 00  j Loo  A I OK-  ������ 0 10  0 is  0 10  ,0 0!)  0 IM  0 10  0 10  0 10  0 10  0 07 J  0 Wi  0 05  0 27  (I 22  0 ll>  0 15  0 0:1  0 12  (I 20  0 20  0 o:i  0 ID  (I Hi  0 8  0 15  (I 15  0 Hi  I) 20  0 10  0 7  0 I  0 0.3  0 07 _  0 In.  0 12"  i'������  0 Oil"  0 IU  0 51  0 5  0 10  s 00  0 20  0 III  0 1!)  12.  010"  0 OS  0 10  0 o  0 20  0 OS  0 15  0 7.  0 111'  0 121  0 10"  0 25  0 15  0 UO  0 10  0 05  0 20  0 10  000  0 11  0 22  0 15  0 0-1  0 11  0 n  0 OBJ  0 50  0 OS  Uogxland.  J111108���������  Vernon���������F II Young to A Y Wilson, J.  Fandango--.! \V Heisner and J \V Miller to  Min Kinlyrc M & S Co.  Hannoek,   Rlackfoot and   Umatilla���������Harry  Hansen, Dennis Murphy,  C W Coleman and  James llanley to James Hanley.  Juno !>���������  Sundown and Syndicate���������A B Mackenzie to  Kd D Cahill, j.  Last Chanee-.T S Hicks to G M Miller. ...  GIcntaha-WillKolling to G M Miller, .".  Daisy Elk Xo 2-D 10 Moore to M H Dobie, J.  liomoo���������J IJ Morrow to.l P HoDcrts, 1-20.  Great Kaslern���������Anthony Genn and J T Ross  to It H Need ham.  Alpine���������J XV McDonald to F XV Petty.  Alpine���������F XV Petty to Y J Trapp.  June 10-     ���������-  Vancouver, Esouminaoc���������T Alvin Helm, G  10 Toms and Chas S Carpenter to John S Pater-  son, i iu each.  Vancouver and lOscumiuaco���������J S Paterson  to Croekel t McElroy.  Handy���������Chas It Hamilton to the Anaconda  Consolidated Gold Mining company, of Kossland.  Lincoln- Charles Schocnbcrgcr to Jas Burke.  June 11���������  Barter���������Oiiva I'oranlt, tn XV II Fife.  Big Four���������Chas I) C Rodger* to G M Noxon.J.  Stanley���������C D C Hodgers to G M Noxon, J.  Dig Four���������C DC Rodgers to M 10 Young, \.  Stanley���������Mike Schick to M E Young.  June JO���������  Hlack King���������Hugo Schrocder to John  H'wchiet. J.  Lucky Monday���������XV de V Le Maistre and  Homer Jones to Laura Hro'.vr, I.  Minnie, B IC, -j-, Horse Shoe, .1���������Juines Burke  Samuel Ilurke.  Queen Hoe and Blue Jay, 1, Copper King and  Put. J. llorse Shoe, .1���������Junius burke to Samuel  lJui'ke.  Pat, Copper King���������Thomas S KingtoSamucl  Burke. ,'.  Doughnut.���������Michael Hayes to Charles Schocn-  bergcr.  .lune 11���������  Harper���������Mike Spellman to James Keisser  and James 11 Fox.   .  Young Lo Koi Fraction���������A jM Xelson to John  Kankin.  Centre Star Fraction���������Jack Murphy to John  Kankin.  Ontario No 2, 1-12, Nugget and Mascotte, J in  cadi���������J F Lansing to II C Bellinger.  On'nrio Nn 2, 1-12, Paridise and Last Chance,  J in each���������M A Kush to ti C Bellinger.  Paridise nnd Last Chance, J in each���������M A  Kush to J F Lansing.  Oro���������11 C Bellinger to J F Lansing, J.  Oro-II C Bellinger to M A Kush, i.  Belmont���������J F Lansing und 11C Bellinger to J  F Lansing, J.  NuggoLund Mascotte, J in each���������J F Lansing  to M A Ku-li.  Ironclad and Minnie, ,. in each���������J F Lansing  and JI -v Kush to 11 C Bellinger.  Minnie and Ironclad, J in each- J-P Lansing  and Jl A Kush to J F Lansing.  Oro Cobra���������J F Lansing to JI A Kush.  Oro Cobra, J, K C A���������J F Lansing to 11 C Bellinger.  K C-M A Kush to II C Bellinger, {.  June 15���������  Minniu 11 IC���������Sam Burke to F M Bowman, k.  Lincoln���������James Burke to Andrew Jlunson  and Fred Adie, ',.  Lincoln���������James   Burke to Thos K King und  W II Armstrong, 1.  June IIS���������  Iron King and Honey Comb, 1 in each���������C O  Wickenden lo C A McKenzie.  Iron King and Honey Comb, i in each���������J  Scliniitt and F Womack to 0 A McKenzie.  SQUATTERS TO GO.  Writs  will   be Served  To-Day  on  Nineteen ltcsidents   on   the  Government Town Lots.  Orders were made iu niDeieen cases  ngnitist lhe squatters, by Judge Forin,  Inst Monday, and tbe sheriiF was "instructed not to deliver tliem until Saturday (today) at 1 p. m., so as to Rive tbe  defendants time in which to remove their  buildings.  The cases were argued iu chambers,  Mr. A. M. Johnson representing the  crown, and Mr. J. Elliott appearing  for the defendants. Judge Forin, iu his  judicial capacity, could exercise no discretion in tLe matter as the wording of  the statutes is mandatory ou the subject  and it oDly remained for him to see that  that the provisions were carried out.  The hope of the squatters that some  word would be received from the government officials, at Victoria, modifying its  position belore final fiction was taken by  the court, was not realized, Premier  Turner not having returned from his  eastern trip.  The cases disposed of Monday were:  H. B. Bellamy, F. A. Camden, J. White-  law, S. J. Roberts, A. G. Fax, W. Evans,  "W. Traves. J. Carroll, M. Stuckmeyer, F.  Judd, G. Bourgeois, J. Mogin, E. La  Point, P. E.* Wilson, John Maure, J.  McDonald, VV. E. MeCardie, Geo. Jackson. "No order was made in the case of  Thomas Gray.  Notice or Application for Liquor License.  Take notice that I, 10. J.  Curran, will apply  to the Board of License Commissioners of lhe  City of Nelson for a license lo sell liquor at retail at the Stanley Hotel in the City of Nelson.  IKfi K. J. CURRAN.  Notice of Application for Liquor License.  TAICK notice tliat I, A. McGregor, will apply  to the Stipendiary Magistrate of West  Kootenay, thirty days after date, for a license  to soil liquor bv retail, at Hall's Siding in said  district. ' A. McOl.KGOlt.  Dated at Nelson, li. C, this llth day of June,  I SOT. ������_...  . o  1 00  50  lo 00  1  00  1 00  1   00  0 li)  0 1lH  0 50   0-50-  1 75  2.110  0 12  0 27  0 10  tDividends paid to date are as follows: Lc  Koi. $100,000; War lOaglo, ������1S7,000; Cariboo,  8150,000; Idaho 8152,000; Slocan Star, .������150,000;  Reco ������150.000: Rambler .40.000. Alamo, Cumberland, Gco.lcnoiigh nnd Noble Five have also  paid dividends.  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration is named ia transfers  the nominal sum of SI is to be understood.  NcIm:)H. ���������  June 11���������  Annie���������J L Parker to Dundee G JI Co.  The Kitten���������W 10 Devereux to same.  JOdnii���������Same io same.  Caroline���������A J Flannigan  to  K II Williams,  $__'>. ������������������ ��������� -  June 12���������  Wilson���������P Ilurke to W II N'esbitt. 1, ������250. "  Mayflower���������1{ FSI-iinloy to Jl C Jlonaghan,  J (Ihipmin aud I Holden.  Siskiyou���������J JlcLeod to 10 Jl Callahan, i.  Lucky Andy���������J T Price.to "A Burgess and S  F Collensworth, H, ?_>,  Blue Belle���������10 N'iiz lo A Burgess and S F Collensworth, ������150.  Daisy���������Sumo to J T Price'and A Burgos..,  ?225.  White Star-J T Price l.o A Burgess and S F  Collensworth, .-;, So.  Black Sheep���������A Burgess to J T Price and S F  Collensworth, :���������-. .������5.  Lake Park, Greenwood, Mary���������10 Creamer to  It FTolmie, i.  Ole Harry���������11 Holland to R F Tolmie, J.  Blackcock���������A.I ulien and AAndct  to   Hall  Exploration Oo, ������3,000dowr. S**5,000 Nov 1; $32,-  000 Junel, 1S0S.  June 11���������  Morning star���������AY A Galiiher to A McKenzie, 1-5.  Lethbridgc���������,T L Parker to same. 15.  Assiniboia. Albatross and Petrol���������F II Osier  and A Webster to Jonn A Cowan, A.  Northcott, Jlountain View���������J Mcintosh  to  L JIcDonald, S2.  June 15���������  Double Eagle���������J Sumpf to II10 Broughcr, \,  ������501  Napoleon���������V Marcox to N Goznon, il.  Camille���������0 JMurloin to same, j.  Nellie X���������G .Wilson to N N* Natteslady, $250.  Portepin���������F Dishanliner to 10 S laraen.  _ ������200.  nsonn,  J.   \Ji. \.M |SI 11 -������-      iy������yiiiiiJJi"i.l     u-/     t*   *_J   JJIll^lyll,  McKinley���������T Avison to J C.Porter, j,������  Cumberland���������T Jl Steele to S V  Pinsc  June 10���������  Wallle Not���������T JI Steele to S V Pinsonn.same,  Black Diamond���������F Sherry to C Laughlin and  J .1 JIcAndrews.  Ivanhoe, Belle���������T Hodgson and S Oison to  Rossland l)ev Co.  Greenhorn���������J CaniDbell to i' Gallon and F X  Cainmings. 51,000.  Alma. InKcrman, Alexandria and Gihraltcr���������  W W Williams, 11 Jliesier and EG Locke, $500  down, $1,000 Sopt 1; SS.50U Jlarfh 13, liJS.  June 17���������  Georgina, Rio Grand, Champane, Sanilun-  ephin, Flora) Float���������F J Sullivan. L It Chase  and A J Shirley to Kio Grand G & S Mg Co.  Kaslo.  Junel���������  Nancy Hanks, JIaud S, Hazel C, Fresno and  Last, Link-W A Boss to R 10 Brown. ? _0,00w.  Hungry Fivo���������Cornelius Jlurphy to Jlon-  signor II lOummolcn, i.  June 7���������  Stem winder-K JI Porscan to Chas II Burger, 1. 9200.  JI. nonaand JIcGregor���������10 PBoyles to Franklin Jlallery. J. S170.  I XL���������Gil Swainson to Geo I'erkinson, l,  -82-..  Warspite���������Geo JI Gordon to Alfred Johnson. J.  Shareholder���������Goo JI Gordon to Alfred Johnson, $50.  J une S��������� c  Jlandon��������� JIatt Olcdo to Alfred Johnson, }.  $100.  California���������D R Young und S H Colwell to  F J Farley, 1, $2.  Borneo���������C Van Jrocrkcrke toO T Stone.  -  - Daisey���������Peter Dougherty to Octave Duboisc,  $50.  California a- d Lucky Baldwin���������J Mayer and  John Dunn to N Jl Humes,.}, $5.  Ibex, Trian|2lo and Liddlesdnle���������John Pringlc  and L-lina Cameron to Fred Steele, $30,001.  Poet. Homer  and  Condor���������J   Alexander  Chas Taylor, J, $2,000.  June 10���������  Hunter���������Chas Schiel to JIadison Hicks, 2.  to  New Denver.  June 1���������  The Karly Bird���������Robt I Kirkwood to John  Tinling. $500.  Los Vegas���������Alex Harrison to the Los Vegas  Jlining Co. ������~  Theii II���������Alex Harrison to The L II Mining  Co.  Los Vegas���������M JI Perl to Los Vegas Mining  Co.  The L TI-M M Perl to LII Jlining Co.  Triuinph-P S Andrews to Joseph Gibbs and  John F White, J to each.  Winter Kesort���������Paul Nikolai to Richard  Boettcher, k, $300.  The Forest Fire���������Bcnj V Risdon to W A Van  Fassel, $500.  ' Robertson���������John A Finch to W H Robert  son, i,  Robertson���������Wm- II Robertson to A II Brem  ner, i, $2,500.  Aluxiuidraund Dcllig���������WL Potter and John  A Kinman to Chas Jlotl'man for others, $l,0uu.  June 2���������  The Sapphire and Gem���������P JI Hayes to C K  Hammond, 310,000.  June 3���������  Gentle Annie���������Hugh. B Fletcher to W S  Drewery, i, $50.  Bessie���������josiih Flectcher and Archie Fletcher  to W S Drewery, J, $75. -  Bessie���������Win ltyan to W S Drewery, }, $50.  Gentle Annie���������Jlinnie Boettcher ,to W.S  :Drewerv, J, $50.  Odin-Otto Tornfeldt to Wm R Will. J. .  Hustler Fraction���������Frank A Wolls to Goo  Petty.  Bell view No 2-L J Coss to Clms A Schooley.  Sarnia. ., Jlountain Chief No 3, J���������D A Van  Dorn to J A McDoni-ll. $250.  Galena Jlountain���������DOLcwis.Gco JI SoRelle,  Joseph Traficante to Frank Fletcher, $1,OOU.  The Horseshoe���������J Jl JI Benedum to Goo II  Suckling.  Robertson���������I A Finch to D JVi'eir. }.  Robertson���������D J Weir to A II Bremner, i.  .Iune5���������  R W T���������Josehp Dean to Thos Mayne Daly.  $1,000.  It W T���������Joseph Franz to Thos JIayne. Dalv,  $1,300.-  U XV T���������John JlcJIillan and Richard JV  Thompson to Thos JIayne Daly. $8,000.  Kid���������JI G Aitehison to Joseph Traficante, J.  West Kssa���������J F Reilly to JosephTrafleante.L  '.Madge���������XV J lOlliolt to the Slocan Gold and  Silver Jlining Co.  June 7��������� ..  Boomerang���������HA Jfiller to R V Risdon'and  X XV Fessler. \.  The Quebec���������W Findlay to A It Johnston.  The Peru and Bolivia���������H Clever to Win Valentine, $2. ., ,      o  June 8��������� ,'  Boomerang���������II A Jlillerto Joseph Fran/, 1.  Pilot���������W K Winstead to Thos Hooker. ..  Application For Liquor License.  Take notice that T. Kli Cox. will apply to  the Stipendiary Jlagistrate of West Keoti nay,  B. C. thirty days after date for a license to  sell liquor by retail at Hall's siding, in said district. JO LI COX.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, Thursday, June 1",  1807. (CBS)  Application For Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given lhat the undersigned  will apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners of thc city of Nelson, nt their next sitting, for a license to sell liquor at. wholesale at  their premises situate on lot 22. block (i. Nelson,  B C,.s=5--^   CALIFORNIA WINK CO.  672 ���������"- Per J. J. Chambkhs.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 240 acres, more or less, situate in West  Kootenay District, commencing at the Northwest corner of lot. 1883, G. I.; thence east 10  chains, thence north 10 chains, thence west 80  chains, and thence southeast to the point of  commencement. V. 0. GRIOIOS'.  Nelson, April 28, 1807. (121  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date I, Charles Hayward, will make application to purchase two  hundred (200) acres of land situate on thc south  bank of the Columbia river, near Robson, as  follows: Commencing at, thc northeast corner  of Lot 181. thence westerly along Columbia  river bank lo the cast boundary of JiOt 301;  thence south forty chains; thence cisltoihe  west boundary of Lot 181; ihence north along  west boundary of Lot 181 lo its northwest corner; thence cast to point of commencement.  .    -CHAS. HAYWARD   "-VictioriiiTB. C". June llth, 1897. 073  NOTICE.  In thc Supreme Court of British Columbia.   In  thc matter of the Estate of John Plows, deceased.   And in the matfr of the "Intestate Estate Act" and Amending Acts.  In pursuance of nn order of His Honor XV.  Norman Bole, L. J., made herein for the sale  of the lands hereinafter described, tenders will  be received on or before the 10th day of July,  18ii7, bv the undersigned for the purchase of an  undivided half interest in Lot number ono in  Block number nine in the City of Nelson, B. C,  subject to conditions of sale, which can be had  on application to Harris JlncNcill &- Deacon,  solicitors, Vuncouvor, or to  JAJUOS D. BYRXIO;  Ollicial Administrator.  Vancouver, June llth, 1807. 071  Do you want Type? ^Do you want Ink?  Do you want to lra������l������ I'i-cmxv!.?  Do you want to trade Paper ('iiftviv.'  Do you want anything in tho Printing Machinery line?   If so write lo  Touo.vro TV-'.: foi .mhev cm.  COO .VJO t'nnluvii SI., Vancouver, It. ('.  BEST BREAD  IN'THE CITY  Mineral City  Perfect Title,  Level Townsite.  ���������������������������LOTS��������� .  are now on the Market.  Ask vour grocer for A. R. Stewart's Broad.  Columbian Bakery, rear Thomson's Book Store.  Goods delivered to any pait'of the city.      053  House Paiiitiiig  Paper Hanging  A.  ENSTEAD, WARD ST.,  65r  -Opposite Steam Laundry  Corner Lots on Columbia Avenue from SI25  to $150. Inside Lots  S100. Other Lots from  $75 to $100. Terms,  one-third cash, one-third  in 3 months, one-third  in 6 months.  NOTICE-  IS HEREBY given that sixty days after  He I intend to apply to the Ciiief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to  purchase the following described property  Commencing at a post planted alongside the .V.  10. stake of the Columbia and Kootenay Railway Co's. grant .situate on tho West Arm of  Kootenay liiike opposite Balfour and called L.  J. Tolrnie's N.W. corner post thence running  south 80 chains along tho eastern boundary  line of thc said railway company's grant thence  east 80 chains, thence north and west along  tho shore of Kootenay lake to the point of commencement and containing <>I0 acres more or  less. L. J. TOLMIE.  Dated June Uth, 1S1J7. IBM)  Heintzman Pianos.  If you want n rich toned Heintzmau,  write to II. N. Cousier,  645 Kevelstoke.  A FEW FACTS  Concerning Mineral City.  Artistic Creations  Hats, Shirts, Waists, Sleeves,  Coats and Capes  FRENCH PATTERN HATS  J1RS. K. JlcT-AUGIII-IN,  638 Josephine street, below Baker.  International Nariotion  anil Trail Co,, L_.  Steamers  "International" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  " and River.  Time Card in effect May Kith, 189".    Subject  to change without notice.  Fivo Mile Point connection with all passenger  trains of N*. & F. S. It. R. to and from  Northport, Rossland and  Spokane.  Ticket sold and batrtfaKo checked to U. S. points  Leave Kaslo for Xelson and way points, daily  except .Sundays, 5:._0 a. in.   Arrive Northport-���������  12:15 p.m.; Rossland :i:10 p. in.;   Spokane (i p. m.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, daily  except Sundays..1:00 p. in.   Leaving Spokano'8  a. in: Rossland 10.U0 a. m.;  Northport, L.'iO p. in.  New Service on Kootenav Lake.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo, etc., Tues.. Wed..  Thurs.. Fri., Sat.. _:_D a. m. Arrive Kaslo l_._0  p. m. Leave Kaslo for Nelson, etc., IVIon,,  Tues., Wed., Thurs., Kri.. o:00 p. in. Arrive  Nelson 0.00 p. in.  Bonner's Ferry and A'ootcmiy River Service.  Leave Kaslo, Saturday.. .*.   Arrive Boundary. Sunday ..   Arrive Uonnor'sJKurry. Sunday.  Leave Honner's Ferry, Sunday,..  Arrive Boundary. Sunday   Arrive Kaslo, Sunday   Close  connection    at   Homier  trains Kast. bound, leaving- Spokane 7:10 a. m  and West hound, arriving Spokane 7:00 p. in.  Knslo, H. C, lath May. "1S97.  31 GKO. ALKXANDIOR  Gen'l JIgr. :  WHEN IN KASLO STOP AT  The Olympic  UOU..I3   I>I_A8TI:RKI������   IX   ..AMI   FIKISil.  >k.vi.y riiK.\isuv:i������. 455  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS  K. S. GALLOP, Prop.    FROST ST., K&BLO. B.C.  FOR WINES It CMS  ADDBESS 51*  California Wine Oo.  11:00 p.m.  .-7:00 a. in.  11:30 a. in.  ..1:00]>. m.  ..5:00 p. in.  . 10:00 p. m.  Ferry   with  The mines on Cariboo Creek in the  famous Slocan District are tributary  to Mineral City. Tenders are being  invitedjjy the Provincial Government  for"������^a~gon~road from Arrow Lake  to Mineral City.  Mineral City will be to the Cariboo  District what Rossland is to the Trail  Creek District. See key plan at any  agent's office.  A sample shipment of 60 tons of ore  was sent to the Trail smelter which  assayed $60 in gold to the ton.  The conditions in Mineral Cit$ are  the same as n Rossland when it  started.  Like liossland it is in the middle of the  mines.  NELSON  B.C.  DIRECT ROUTE  -TO-  CLOSING OUT BUSINESS.  To .Hardware Dealers, Iron Works. Trailer?,  Miners, Mill Men, Fanners and Oflicrs.  Having determined to close out our business  in hardware.-metals, agricultural implements,  etc.. during the next few weeks, we now oiler  our large stock in lots to suit at prices considerably under cost. Our goods are al) now and the  assortment very large, and this opportuuitv to  stock up under market prices should not be  overlooked.  We have instructed Mr. Oeorge Uyrnes. Auctioneer, to close out our stock at an" earlv date  at public auction, of which due notice will be  given.  MARVIN & TILTON.  4054) Wharf Street. Victoria. B.C.  FORT STEEL MmNc?���������,  NELSON and LAKD0  Steam_-Navigation-Company-  Commencing Mond.iy ' 10th Jlay, 1897,  Steamer Ainsworth will leave Kaslo,'B. C,  every Monday nnd Thursday at !> a. in. for ���������  Honner's Ferry. Idaho, connecting with Great  Norlhcrn Railway on Tuesdnys find Fridays  both to and from Spokane and Kastcru and  Western Points.  Steamer will return from Bonner's Ferry at  1 n.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving  at Kaslo same evening so a.s.to make quick  connections with Trail Creek and Slocan Mining districts.  'Ihis mute is tho'most direct for the Fort  Steele Mining Camp and makes close connections at, Honner's Ferry with Ihe Upper Kootenay River s'earners. :-  First-class I'assenger and Freight accommodations. OS"  KASLO, B, C,  VICTORIA, B.*C.  NELSON, B.C.  Mr. Herbert Cuthbert  Promoter ;m.l Organizer  Of lho Sl.uan Lake <:������l<l 'A Sllvor JlliM'ft,  l.<l..and'of lhcllrlll.li (.'niimJiaii ������.il������l VirUU  t:\pl.initlOII   l������('V<'lo|>lll('lll IIIMl IllVCkllllClll  -'.iiiipnny,   I..I.,   and   late  General  Western  Manager of lho la 111! r Coin pany.-  Can Supply  CAPITALISTS  and   INVESTORS  With Good  Gold and Silver Properties, and all Information with Reference lo tne Gold Fields of H. C.  Xelson. B.C., May, IS07. " (Oil)  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW HILL  Nelsbn   Office   and   Yard  Apply to the following Agents, Nelson:  W. A. JOWETT,  K APPLEWHAITE & CO.  THE R. J. BEALEY CO, Ltd. Ly, Ross  i, ;  land, General Agents,  c-a By whom alone agreements will be given.l g. o. puchaijan  |   FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  j  .  j Builders  are invited to inspect my  |     stock of   Rough   and   Dressed  i Lumber,   Shin_j_es,  Laths,  ! -  | Doors, Sash; Mouldings  ! Turned Stock, &c.  ; ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  113 IHE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE ig, 1897.  i.F.*.V   LOCATIONS.  i side s fork Wild  G Xelson. ���������  June 11���������  Kthel���������I Stinson, :i mi up Deer ck.  Outer���������A Forrester, 5 mi up Cayuse ck  Monarch���������J Suter, 2 mi up  11 J���������J F Tipping, T Klliot t, 'I'L Jenks, 10 mi  up Kokanee ck.  . Monitoha���������Same, same.  Iron .Monarch���������Same, same.  Fraser���������J L Stamford, 11 mi e Slocan riv on  C & K ry.  Wild Irishman��������� l'O'Donncll. same.  Mountain View���������A Wilson, :i mi w Kootenay  crossing on C & K ry.  Coppc Hutte���������A Long, .1 Mcl'ce, TO Roy, on  w side of and .1 mi fm head 111 ek.  June 1'.'.  .lei-soy Lilly���������A Manson, 1 mi n Jack Wilson's cabin on Salmon riv,  Trafalgar���������O A Kngborg, C K Peterson, II K  Ilermanson, II mi s Coltonwood lako, J mi e  N & F a ry.  Century���������Same, on Toad mt, t mi w Coltonwood ek, adj Uolden Lip.  Maltawa���������W Sweeney, s side s fork Wild  llorse ck,!) mi fm Ymir.  Mabel S��������� Same, same.  Highland Queen���������.1 J MoK.vnn, same.  Stormont Hello���������Same, same.  "Max���������M Sunipf, n side liurnt ck at n fork  Salmon riv, 7 mi fm N' & F S ry.  Harry II��������� Same, o sideof u fork Salmon riv  5 mi fm N & FS ry.  Reco���������A Stewart on Red nn. at head Hall ck.  Cayuse-J McGoniglo. W Watson, 1000 ft e  Wilk llorse ck. :| mi fm summit.  Sugar Loaf���������Same, same.  Kiiiina���������Same, same.  June 14���������  It White Elephant���������M Sabin, F C Robinson, M  Sabin, on Small ck, s side Hall ck, n w of  Lnckawana claim.  Mayflower���������W IC H McLaren, 8 mi f.n town  of Ymir, on n side Wild llorse ck.  Union���������S McN'amara, I' 11 Uriel), n side Wild  Horseck, 1 mi fm Quaru ck.  Malo��������� K Morin, O Debien, 1 mi up s fork  Wild Horse ck.  Pacilic���������K Morin, C Debien, A Caron, F  Boyer, Fame.  Silver Belle���������Same, same.  Joscv���������F Boyer, A Caron, same.  Rio Grande���������F M Davis, on Porcupine ck  adj Mulligan claim.  Mammoth���������K N Sutherland, 2A mifm Quart/,  ckadj Nero claim.  Timber Line���������Kokanee AI Co, n e slope Koka-  ne������ckadj Molly Gibson.  Mi.tta.v_-���������W S Burritt, head Shannon ck, 2i  mi n of w arm Kootenay lake.  Black Hawk���������K F Broekway, Pat Ryan,  Toad mt, '.tt mi s Nelson.  Federal Group���������K Letulippe, W Lacassc, 8  mi up Wild Horcc ck.  Lcternity���������Same and S Lefcborc and L Tail-  lefer. same.  Queen of the Hill���������II Holland, 2 mi n mouth  Falls ck, li mi n w Kootenay riv..  Highland Chief���������J Wize, samo.1-  Pnragon No 1���������It L Pocock, 1 mi \v Bear ck  adj Queen Victoria.  Paragon No 2���������G A Hcginbottom, same.  Kastern Chief���������C K Taylor, J mi up n side  Barrett ek.  Maple Leaf���������E Harkness, divide bet Bird and  Rover cks, 1 mi s Kootenay riv, extn of Gold  Range.  Beaver���������H Brown, adj above.  Nootsachlc���������J XV Harkness. same.  Alphena���������J D McSweyn, 3 mi up w side 19  ck extn Tamarac.  Mermaid���������XV P Smith, 200 yds up n side Barret ck.  Texas���������F W Ahlfcld, 5 mi up s side Wild  Horse ck.  Staunton���������Same, 10 mi up same.  June 15���������  Red Bird���������J Schuyler, at head Barret ck.  Chicago���������J Burruss, \v side of and H mi fm  head Wild Horse ck.  Vernan���������J C McFarland, W Brown, II A  Orr, IJ mi up c side Wild llorse ck. -,  Gustin���������A Burnett, 3 mi up wsideeforkof  n fork Salmon riv.  , Lcathie G���������J G Williams on summitatc fork  of n fork Salmon riv.  Silver Queen���������P F McMahon, 1 mi n Sheen  ck ad.i Silver King.  King Soleman���������\V I Beadles, bet Sheep and  Wolf cks, i mi s Galena Lady.  North Star���������T P Hughes, on Barrett ck, 3 mi  fin N&FS ry.  Gray Eagle���������S Nelson, same.  Black Kagle���������J Anderson, same.  Margcrie���������F and E G McFarlane, 5} mi fm  Hill's Siding, near Copperhead.  Lucky Strike���������F C Alger, bet Sheep and Wolf  cks, 2} mi s c Galena Lady.  Hail Storm���������1) L Sutton, D McAr-hur, S J  Mighton, IJ mi up n sido Deerck fm Slicep ck.  Gold Coin���������Same. same.  Orient���������L McMahon, XV E Lindsay, head  Stewart ck, 2 mi w of head of Quartz ek.  Randal Hill���������Same, same.  Ghuisidc���������J Allan, near summit of mt bet  Grohman and Bear cks, 2 mi fm Kootenay riv.  Allandalo���������Same, same.  Cristle���������J Gillis, same.  Stowcll���������S V Pensonneault, J mi fin Dog ck  nnd Cumberland claim.  Treasure���������Same, opp 2."> mi point, i -mi fm  Arrow lake.  White Lilly���������R Luxton, w side Arrow lake, 7  mi n Robson.  Blackbird���������Same," same.  Tiger Lilly���������XV Cooncy, same.  New Kra���������Same, i mi fm Deer Park formerly  located as Highland.  Boy Fred���������Same, at Little Deer Park. 2 mi n  c Lower Arrow lake.  Sparrow���������M McGillvray, 1 mi fm Little Deer  Park, s of Blackbird claim.  Exchange���������Same, adj New Era.  White Swan���������T McCardell, same, formerly  Robin claim.  Reindeer���������Same, same, formerly Horse Shoe.  Grey Eagle���������D Keith, same.  Holland���������Fllolland, J~BocUcfcker, on Granite  ml, opp C P ry station and J mi fm Kootenay  riv.  June IC���������  Grizzly Bear���������II Calhoun, J mi s Sheep  ck, 3mi e Salmon riv.  Lury���������J O Gagnon, .1 mi n Boulder ck," 1 mi  f in N & F S ry.  Butler���������J Hearn, same.  Whilo Klephant���������W It Baycs, 2 mi up s side  Whitewater ck.  Watl'er No 1���������D 1 Mossman, at mouth Copper ck.  Bangor���������G II Randell, 1 mi n Hall's siding.  Boucher���������A Parr, same.  Lnboi'ona���������A Hamilton, Deer ck, 1 mi fm  Doer Park. -  Providence-R.I McMillan, si mo, same.  Up to Diile���������II Knoor, Cayuse ck, 2 mi fm  Lower Arrow lake.  Shandon HeP���������.1 K Erickson, R W Graham,  CLoughlin, head Cayuse ek, 5 mi ii Door Park  Juno 17���������  Essex--!.; V Scully, s.sido Porcupine ck, 31 mi  fin N & F S ry.  Norfolk���������II O Stewart, same.  U S-.l O'Neill,,I I) Wadsworth, 2 mi s Craig's  camp, 11 mi w north fork Salmon riv,  Keugar���������Same, same.  Royal���������C W Pliilp, 3 mi fm e side Salmon  I iv, 21 mi s Sheep ck.  Horn Pipe���������W McLeod, 1 mi n Boulder ck, 5  mi fm N&FSry.  Sunrise���������Same and J Schrcyer, adj Royal.  Celia-S K Ritchie, same.  .-    Highland Maid���������W McLeod. J mi w Salmon  riv,3 mi s Sheep ck.  Dandy���������II A Pressor, panic.  Foster���������J F Foster, Toad mt, 1 mi n Mc-  ' Phce ck. _  Belville���������S Brisbais, A M Bouillon, s fork  Wild Horse ck.  Nevada���������S Brisbois, same.'  -Idun���������A Anderson, fimi up Six Mile ck.  Mountain Crown���������E Brown". E S Davis, J II  Gannon, on Wild Horse mt, i mi n c Ymir  claim.  Meteor���������T Lamb, J Cnsgrove, J Conway, 31.  mi e Salmon riv, j mi n Silver Chief.- -  Humbolt���������Saine, same.  GeorgieOakes���������Wm Clark, Deerck, IJ mifm  Sheep ck.  Almo���������.1 Anderson. 8 mi up Sheep ck.  Silver Crown���������A Swanson, same.      ,    -  I^ist Chance���������W Sandberg, 2 mi o Salmon  riv, 2J mi s.Shcep ck.  June IS���������  Jxliett���������XV W Stiirwail,  1  mi s Door  I'ark,  formerly Monte Christo.  Buck Horn���������Same same.  ' Kangcroo���������Same, same, formerly Good Hope.  Not Much���������F Crowe, 11 mi n Porcupine ck, 2  nii e towu Ymir.  Geo F Lcc���������A Chisholm, Toad mt, 11 mi n  Hall siding.  Inverness���������,1 H Campbell. J N McKinnon, IJ  mi fm mouth Hall ck. 5 mi I'm Ymir.  Venus��������� li  Chammoron, W  Chase, I nii up w  side Wild llorse ck. ,,  Monnon���������Same, same.  La Vonnairc���������lJ Gauthier, 8 mi s Nelson on  Whitewater ck. 3 mi e Elise.  .liirksoii Itnsiii  -VaKon Itortl.  Geo. A. Carlson, contractor for the  Jacksou creek wagou road, has 90 meu  employed upou the work and ia making  streniious exeitions to complete it at the  earliest possible time. Nearly three miles  have alieadj beeu graded. Tbe exteu  tiou of the Mc(jiuif,'an creek road is also  being pushed by Foss & McDonell, the  contractor?. "Wet weather has, however,  seriously iuterfeicd with both enterprise.^ and made it dillicult to retain a  siiUi___.ie.ut number of laborers.  NOTICE.  IS HE1.HY GIVEN thar, Thomas S. Shank  currying on business at Sulino, British Columbia, as an hotel keeper, has in pursuance of the  Creditors Trust Deeds Acl lSIMIand amending  acts, made an assignment to Angus C. Buchanan, Nelson, merchant, for the general  benefit of his creditors of all his real and personal property. The deed was executed by  Thomas S. Shank and Angus (J. Iliiehannn oii  the 14th day of June, 18117. All creditors arc  required on or before the loth day of July, 1SSI7,  to send by post prepaid and addressed to  Bowes & Senkler, Nelson, solicitors for lho  trustee, their names and addresses and lull  particulars of their claims duly verilicd anil  particulars of any security held by them. Anel  notice is hereby further given that alter the  loth day of July. 181)7, the assignee will proceed  todisti-ibutu the assets among the parlies entitled thereto, and that he will not be responsible aft or such dale for tho assets so distributed  or any part thereof, to any person or persons,  firm or corporation, of whose debt or claim he  shall not then havo received notice.  A meeting of the creditors ofthe said Thomas  S. Shank will be hold at tho oilices of Messrs.  Bowes & Senkler, Nelson, B. C. on Wednesday the 23rd day of June, 1S!)7, at the hour of  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  Dated at Nelson this Mth dav of Juno 1SII7.  BOWES &* SKNKLBR,  (''io) Solicitors for the Trustee.  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial'^  Land Surveyor.  649  NELSON, B.  C.  HOLIDAY  GOODS  Flags.  Cameras  Hammocks  Sporting  Goods "  Fishing  Tackle  Lunch Baskets  Everything at  Thomson Stationery Co. Ltd  3������2  NELSON, B. C.  1837 1897  QUEEN'S  Diamond Jubilee  Celebration  -AT-  ROSSLAND  Tuesday, June 22,   f897   Royal Salute  Drilling Contest  .    For.the championship of Briiish Columbia.  First priz", ������-_'U0.   Second prize, $100. ���������_   "   -  Programme by  School Children  Willi procession aiid patriotic songs.  Lacrosse  Base Ball  Hose Reel Race  Fire Works, etc.  MUSIC BY  Rossland City Band  REDUCED   RATER  On Railways and Steamers,  PJ10PTJCE OF THE MINES.  RETURNS FOK 1897 UP TO I) ATE.  OltE EXPORTED.  From Slocan via Kaslo J2,-.������o:i  Slocau via Nakusp  2,SI_'i  Rossland via Northport S.lli..l  Kossland via Nelsou      52  Tons  23,2_2i|  Total Value:  Through Nelson Custom House? I,3l3,98.!.0.i  Roiolstoko (NaKiisp)...      :_IX.,'JI__._>;'.  I,IS.-.0,'I0...7<)  Average value per ton, $70.!Hi7  PJWUUCKOK SMKLTKI-!..  (Shipped)  TONS  Nolso-i (Ilull Mines) Matte '  lilli)  I'riiil Sineller Matto    IllWil  ���������1722-J  Total value. S1.72I.OO0._7  ���������'���������   "   of ore and matte exported, $:),:i74l90.S.2r  ORE  SHIPMENTS.  ���������Cellini* Since Last Week.  VIA  NAKUSI1.  Slocan Star lo Omaha     SO  VIA   KASLO.  Ruth to Kverett  120  Rulh to Pueblo, Col  4.1  Whitewater to Kverett  In  Nol                       "         :.7J  ciocan Star to Omaha  12u  Washington to li. Helena  IG  1'ayno Mine to lJueblo, Col  200  5:..I.V  Total value, ,_S,-_-0  Average valuo per ton, $t....(ill.  VIA    NOltTlirOKT.'  Lc Roi to Everett  '.SS  Clill' Mine to Tacoma  IK)  Iron Mask to K. Helena  21  Josie to K. Helena '  20  " 41)2  Total value, S-i.'W.li..  Average value, $2_),8S.'I.  MATTE AND BULLION.  (Shipped.)  Trail Smelter [Matte]      m  Hall Minos Smelter      20  80  Total value, ������17,093.(58.  NOTICE.  Aflei- tho first) of July the price of  LOTS  In Addition A  will be raised.   Intending purchasers  will do well to tnke advantage of  the present rates.  AV. J. G.  DICKSON,  (567 Agent.  O. R.& N.  Shortest and Quickest  ���������-   . Route to  Coeui-'d Alene mines, Pulonsc, Lewis-  ton, Walla Walla, Hakcr City .Mines;  Portland, San Francisco, Cripple Creek  gold inines and all points East and  South. Only line East via Salt Lake  and Denver. Steam'fir tickets to-Europe and other foreign countries.  Leavk  ill;') p m.  Daily  7:15 a. m.  Daily  SPOKASETI.MK SCHEDULE     All RIVE  Fast Maii,���������Wn Ha Walla  I'ortland, San Francisco  Baker City and the east.  Local Mail ��������� Coeur d'  Alones, Farmington, Garfield, Colfax,I'lillman and  Moscow.  :!;"> a. m.  Daily  0:4.1 p. m.  Daily  For through tickets and further in formation  apply at O. ll & N. Co.'s otlice,  430 Riverside avenue,   I IS Columbia avenue,  Spokane, Wash.      |       Rossland, B. C.  ���������1. Camphell,       . j       II. M. Adams,  Genoral Agent.        | Trav. Y. and I'. Agent.  W.II. Huhmiurt, General Fuss."Agent,  Gfil I'ortland, Oregon.  BOECKH'S  Always. Eeliable and as  KepresentecF^*  BRUSHES and  6~ PASSENGER" ft  ^ TRAINS U  EACH   DAY   BETWEEN    ������  Trail and Rossland  ON  Till.    -  COLUMBIA & WESTERN BY.  "���������**     Run made in one hour.-  No. (5 loaves Rossland at 7 a. m.   Connects in  the morning with stenmer at Trail.  No. 3 leaves  Trail  at 8:1.1 a. in.   Connects at  Rossland with Red Monlain train for Spokane.  No. 2 leaves Rossland at 1:00 p. m.   Connects  ' with C, I'. R. main line steamers for the  north at Trail.  No. I leaves Trail at 2:30 p, in.   Connects with  C. P. II. main line steamers from the north  - at. Trail.  No. I leaves Rossland at 4:20 p. in.   Connects  with Red Mountain train from Spokane at  Rossland.  No. S leaves Trail at, 5:15 p. in.   Connects with  steamer Lyllon at Trail.  General Ofllces: V. V. GUTKLIUS,  ' Trail B. C, General Supt,  MORTHERN  IN     PACIFIC RY.  THE FAST LINE  SUPERIOR SERVICE  THROUGH    TICKETS  TO  '  .til.points in the  United States and Canada  "Direct Connection with "the Spo-  ,    kane Falls and Northern'Ry.  .SPOKANE TRAINS-  No. 1 "West, dej.art, 8:25 p. in.  No. 2 East,...:       "        7.00*a. m.  Tickets to'Japan  ami  China via. Tacoma and Northern Pacilic  S. S. Company.  For sale by all leading Wholesale  and Retlail Dealers^^  BROOMS  CHAS. BOECKH & SONS  Manufacturer of Brushes, Brooms and Woodenware.  TODRO_ISrTO 6/6 OUSTT.  VICTORIA,  D. C. LONDON, England  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  Wholesale : Merchants, 'Shippers: and : Importers  Kootenay Branch, Nelson, B ,C.  DEALERS IN ������������������HX-.  LIQUORS TENTS BLANKETS  CIGARS ORE BAGS CARPETS  DRY GOODS , DRILL STEEL RUBBER BOOTS  CEMENT DRAIN PIPE FIRE CLAY  Pabst Milwaukee Beer 575 Flour and Feed  The Fastest Time on Record!  r-^v-v-^-v-v-v-*' www Ww^"'  We have just received from Hamilton, via C. P. -R., a car load of Mixed Hardware, comprising  Shelf and Builder's Hardware of every description, Steel, Anvils, Bellows, Picks, Shovels, Axes, and  everything in the way of Miners' Supplies and Prospectors' Outfits. Just twelve days from the date  of shipment, and still there are people in Kootenay who are mean enough to refer to this enterprising  corporation as a "giant monopoly," selfish, soulless, and carrying nothing for the convenience of  its patrons.  - We have also just to hand a car load of Ogilvie's Hungarian Flour and a large consignment of  Brackman & Kcr's Rolled Oats and Meals, and a car load of Groceries by the Great Northern Railway's fast freight, only six days from Victoria! This is why our stock is so fresh and clean. Call  and see us and get prices.     Mail-orders promptly .attended to.   'Free delivery to any part ofthe city.  BRICK BLOCK,  Cor. Baker and Josephine Sts.  01!)  JNO. A. TURNER & CO.  The Fern Gold Mining and Milling: Co.  LIMITED LIABILITY  CAPITAL, $200,000; In 800,000 Shares of 25c each.  HEAD OPPICE,. VANCOUVER. B. C.  rNinr-/\-r/M-__>      V. C. INNI.S, l'rosiilont.jukI MaiiaKiiig Director.   O. S. IIICHAUDS. Direulor.  DIRCCTORO!    UOBT. tl. TAT-LOW. Vice I'ccriifleiil. U. O. _Jl-NNI-TT,S-__rol.iry.  THE FERN is a well developed Mine, with enough ore now in sight to supply a 10-stamp mill  for two years.  The value of this ore has been ascertained by milling;and smelting quantities in a practical manner, and  it runs from $10.00 to $300. per ton.  Five tons, taken from an open cut on thc surface and milled at the Poorman mill near Nelson, gave a  return of $6i.oo'per ton in free gold, and showed a value of $50.00 per ton in concentrates, making a total  value of $u 1.00 per ton. " :  "  The tunnel at main level, which i.s in 400 feet on ledge, cut this same rich ore at a,depth of about 160  feet below the surface, and now shows continuous rich ore for one hundred feet, which runs from $32.00 to  over $300.00 per ton. ��������� 0  The Mine is proven to a depth of over 225 feet.  The profit on ore now in sight should be sufficient to pay twice the capital of the,company.  300,000 shares of thc stock have been subscribed for by an underwriting syndicate, which guarantees  all the cash required by the company, and arrangements are now being made to equip the Mine with 11 10.  stamp mill, which it is'hoped will be in running order in August.  Only 100,000 shares will be offered to thc public at par, and a large number of these have already  been applied for.  The Prospectus contains full information, and will be furnished on application to the brokers.  BEOKEES:      ,  GEO. W. HAMILTON   & SON,  24 Sacramento St., Hontreal, P. Q.  F. C. INNES,  Vancouver, B. C.  640  CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILWAI  __v_n*i_j soo _p_A_oi__rio line.  The most direct route to  All Points in Canada  United States and Europe;  m  SR  _D_A_I-__-"__r   SEEVICE  Purchase through tickets and have your, baggage checked to your destination without change.  THE ONLY LINE  Operating-Tourist; Curs to Toronto,  jMontreal  and Boston without change.  - Also   Through  . Tourist Cars to St. Paul daily.  Magnificent Sleepers and Dining Cars on all Trains  Trains leave Nelson daily/or the North except Sundays and for the  South daily except Mondays.' Call on nearest agent and procure an Annotated Guide, which gives full information.  For Tickets nod full particulars as to rates, time, cic., apply  to nearest C. P-'R-  agent or to GEO. S. BEEU, Ticket Ageut, Nelsou." _������������������������������������,  II. M. McGEEGOK. GEO. McL. BRO^V N,  Traveling Pass. AKt., Ncl.on. - DiBt. Pass. Agt.Vancouver  West Kootenay Biitclier Co.  NELSON,    KASLO,   SANDON  ���������QUAKTZ   C_R_E_E3_KZ.  THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE  _���������^thOhortest_  TIUNSCONTINENTAL  - ROUTE.  IT  It i������ (lie Most Modern In Equipment.  It is tlie HcuvicKt Jtnllc-I tine.  It lias n Itock-ltullust Itoa.llx'il.  II t'r������s������e������ No Sand Wcs.frt������.  It Is flic Only tine  llunnlng  Luxnrlotu  Club Koom ������_������!���������������.  It Ik Xoleil Tor Ihe Courtesy of Its Employes.  It Is tbe Only line Serving Steals on Ihe  n la. Carle  I'lan.    ������  THROUGH    THE  GRANDEST      SCENERY  IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours duriug Season of  Navigation on Great-Lakes via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest aud-Northlauil.  For maps, tickets anil complete infoiillation  call on or address Agents, K. & S.^l.y., C..& K.  S. Nav. Co., N. & V. S. Ity., or  _. C. <;. IUXO.V, .-eiieral Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  F. I.   .VIIITXEV, ii. V. A T. A.,  351 St. l'uul, Minn,  Ail kinds  of  Fresh and Salted Meats  [.  For. information, time cards, maps  and tickets apply to agents of tlie S. F.  _t X.and its connections, or  y. a emus,  General Agent.  SFOKANK. WASH.  --OR-  A. IJ. CIIA_-LrO>",.  Asst. Gen!..Fuss. Agent.  Xo. 255 Morrison St., Corner cf Third  Portland, Oregon.  SS' Write for new map of the Kootenay count rv, 031  * aid Mai  E. C. TRAVES, Manager.  NELSON, B. C.  rnni REFRESHING WE*  UUL/JU ^.-NELSON   SODA  WATER   FAOTORY-V  All kinds of Carbonated Waters.                        Orders delivered promptly.  629  :__?_ O- BOS bs   Spokane  Falls &  Northern R'y.  Nelson  &  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain R'y.  The only all rail route without change  of cars between Nelson and Eossland and  Spokane and Eossland.  (Daily Except. Sunday)  Leave 8.10 a.m. NELSON Arrive 6-CO p.m.  ''    10:00 "   E0SSLT)    "    3:40   "  "    8 00a.m.SPO___ANE   "    6.00 pm.  Passengers for Kettle Eiver and Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus witliStaga  Daily.

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