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The Miner Sep 11, 1897

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 Whole NuMBEk 368.  Nelson* British Columbia, Saturday, Sept.  11, 1897  Price Five Cents  GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.  EVENTS   OF   INTEEEST   IN  ABOUND NELSON.  AND  Itrlef  Mention    or   Happening   In  District   UurliiK   Ihe   Past  Seven   liny*.  thc  "VV. J. Massey, pf Toronto, is at the  Phair.  W. S. Norman, the Spokane telephone  mantis in the city  Jaines Morrisb, of London, England, is  ���������registered at the Phair.  N. A. Eurritt of Trail, president of the  "West Kootenay Brewing Co., was iu  Nelson yesterday.  Mr. G. D. Mackay, of the Anglo-Co-  lnmbian Co., Trail1, accompanied by  Mrs. Mackay, is a guest at the Phair.  B. Gard.Ewing. of the Gray, Ewing &  Co., wholesale paper dealers, Spokane,  has been, iu Nelsou this week in the  interests of his firm.  Capt. W. J. Devitt, Trail's efficient  chief of police, was in Nelson Tuesday,  Hnd on his returu to Trail took with him  the plans <and specifications for Trail's  lockup.  Dr. Danciin, Provincial h9alth officer  who has been considering the healthf ul-  n'ess of West Kootenay tor some time  past, left for his home iu Victoria on  Monday last.  Sir Charles Ross, Bart., of tbe West  Kootenay Power & Light Co., left Tuesday on a brief visit to Montreal, on business connected with the company's works  at Bonnington.  A. Jarvis, late aargennt of the North-,  west mounted police, has been appointed  constable at Slocan .crossing and. was  sworn in by Gold.Commissioner O. G.  Dennis last Saturday.  Plana in detail for the sewer system  have beeu completed, and tenders for the  work of. construction wiil be opened*at  tbe meeting of the city council on Mouday eveniug next.  C.  E. Race, managing editor, of the  Kossland Miner, arrived in Nelson Mon-  - day uigbt, settled his affairs here and  left on Wednesday morning for his new  home iu the Golden City.  Willia n Wiuters, of Parsons, Winters  & Boomer, the contractors who are build  iug the Trail-Robson branch of the:Columbia & Western railway, was in Nelson  Tuesday on.business.  Work was started yesterday on the  Mascot and, Julius Caesar claims on  Toad mountain. There is some good  ore on the dump and. the management  expects to soonhave'the claims on a  shipping basis.  Ciiy Clerk Seeley has taken possession  of his ottie.es in the new city jail building  and finds them much more comfortable  than his old quarters in the lire hall.  The council is now meeting in the large  room on the second floor of the buildiug.  T. G. Proctor is tbe manager of the  Kootenay Valley's Company whose advertisement appears in another column.  He has opened au office in Nelson for the   sale_of_real estate, mines, brick, etc:, and  Mr. W. H. Dowsing will have charge of  the office. -   -  Peter Costello, foreman of construction  of the Rossland sewers, hns been in Nelsou, all this week to assist in the obsequies of his old-timo friend, W. A. Mc-.  Veigh. They.were partners, years ago,  along the line and during the construction of the C. P. R.  Robert Jamieson; in chargo of the interests cf the West Kootenay Power &  Light Co., at Bonnington, as their station  at the Fall .is named, roturned Monday  - from a week's trip through British Columbia, in which he visited Glacier,  Rossland and intervening towns.  0 The Hall Mines smelter has established its own electric light plant and  lias had it in successful operation  since last week. The roaster and rover beratory fu rn aces are work ing steadily and an elevator is being built for  the more convenient, handling of  maitte.  Twenty-five men are working on the  California claim adjoining the Exchequer on Toad mountain and W. If.  Carbould who recently purchased the  property for an English syndicate,  hopes to make a mine of it. The ��������� ore  is looking well and is more like the  Athabasca than any other property on  the mountain. ��������� -,  William Braden, of the Pilot Bay  Smelter, was in Nelson Thursday on  business connected, with the smelter.  With him-were Mrs. Braden of Helena,  and E. J. Matthews; his representative  at Kaslo, who will have charge of the  business office at Pilot Bay, Mr. Braden  is unable to give the date on which the  smelter will start, but states that the  preparatory work . is being rapidly  pushed.  John MbAllman, one of the principal  owners of .the O. K. claim on Seven  Mile creek." three miles below the Alpine  group, states that development work has  shown the property up in good shape. A  recent assay shows "16.52 ounces in gold,  .or $341.46 per ton. He states that the  . ledge varies from five to six feet in width  and is a white quartz showiog considerable free gold. It has beeu opentd in two  or three places.  that he will go abroad, before his return,  with the object of interesting London  capital in this part of the country. The  trip will occupy five or six months.    .  The imports for the month of Auguat  ns shown by tbe report of Collector Johnstone, were $105,933.. The duty collected was $31,061.31.  George Johnson and Miss Mary  Walker of Revelstoke were married at  the Methodist Parsonage last Tuesday  by Rev. G. H. Morden.  Collector Johnstone has'received instructions from the department to investigate the Kossland custom house  scandal. He refuses to. talk on the  subject.  The steamer Nakusp ran aground at  Kootenay rapids last Tuesday night  and according to the last reports, had  not got clear. Captain Troup is at  present at the scene of the accident.  Dr. Selwyn, F. R. S., of Ottawa, is a  guest at the I^hair hotel. He - will  leave this afternoon for Kaslo>.- Dr.  Selwyn was here several years ago c as  chief of the geological survey and is  now ��������� very much interested in the  changes and improvements since that  time. His trip is wholly in thc interests of recreation and pleasure.  Mr. Arthur Johnstone Douglas D.L.,  chairman of The London & British  Columbia Gold Fields Ld., accompanied by Mr. G. B. Turnbull of Edinburgh is at present visiting Nelson.  They are making a tour of the .various  niining districts and today are visiting  the Ymir mine. Mr. Johnstone Douglas is also connected with the Scottish  Colonist Company which recently acquired a large interest in the -Idaho  group in the Slocan.  Much interest is being manifested, in-  sporting circles, in the wrestling match  announced for Monday evening in the  skating rink. Dunn, the champion of  Australia is in training in this city.. He  will appear in the ring weighing 200  pounds. He has a proud record, and is  considered uneven match for Schumacher, the champion of the Pacific coast.  Pools will be opened at the Silver King  hotel tonight, and it is thought that considerable money will change hands on  the result of the. contest.  THE CONTRACT IS LET.  H. J.  EVANS & 00. WILL SUPPLY  PIPE FOB THE SEWEES.  The   Provincial  Board  or   Health  Pus* Upon the Plan*���������Program  Water Works Contraction.  Must  of  NO POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE.  ii. It. Maxwell Addrc������������ed n meeting Held  - Inst Holiday Sight.  On Monday night a meeting was held  in Simpson & Donnelly's new building on.  Vernqn.jand Ha)! streets at which G. R.  Maxwell, M.Pi,. f rom Burrard. district  and Mayor Templeton, of Vancouver,  delivered brief addresses. rMr. Bragg of  Nelson,-ftn-������x-alderman~of Victoria, was  chosen as chairman'ncd introduced the1  speakers of the evening.  Mr. Maxwell stated that the meeting  had no political significance but was  called at the suggestion of friends who  desired him and his companions to meet  some of the people of.Nelsou. He said  that some newspapers had made the  statement that he favored party lines but  this was untrue as he was vtry much  onposed to' party .lines. Thc speaker  devoted some time to discussing Mr.  Higgins but said he 'would leave hini  alone and have nothing to do with bim.  "He'thoughHt meau-for-Higginstosuck  all the meat out of the orange and then  leave the worthless rind to his colleagues  while he jumped into the opposition  party in search of fresh fruit..  Mayor Templeton spoke briefly in the  same strain, expressing himself in opposition to party lines, and the meeting  closed. .  At a meeting of the city council last  Monday night tbe absentees were Alder-,  men Dow and Fletcher.  The committee on public works reported that the cost of widening. Ward street  would be about $2,000, and while'-they.  would like to see the work done they,  were of the opinion tbat the condition of  the funds would not justify an outlay ia  ithis direction. .--  In regard to the application tif Thomas  Halliday,   the   contractor   for the  city,  lockup, to make good his loss on the  jail, the board recommended that he be  requested to submit an itemized bill of  extras. -v -    .'p.'   ���������"' "?���������'  ���������   -  Tenders for the 1,700 feet of-18-inch  and 3,000 feet ot 8-inchr sewer' pipe together with the necessary T-'s and Y's  were received from H. J. Evans & Co.-.  and from the British Columbia Pottery  Co.   The total amount of Evans'.bid was  82,904 and the Pottery Co.,   $2,967.70.  The contract was ..awarded to Evans-&  Co.     .. ... ���������,    '   :  : A bid of 82.50 per.ton was received  from Wilson & Harabawfor the distribution oMhe pipe aud joints. In all there  will be about 100 tous. The bid was laid  over until next week.  ��������� A resolution was passed confirming the  action of the mayor in.ordering hydrants,  pressure valves and valve boxes.from  Frank Darling. Mayor Houston stated  that the local price on hydrants bad been  raised from $20 to $48 and that Darling  would supply them for $35.  Thomson's Stationery Co. applied for  permission to make alterations to the  exteut of 15 per cent.' The required permission was refused,' Mayor Houston  statiug that the alteration would practically, consist of a uew building^   -.  .,.,_���������  A communication was received .'from  .Sanitary Inspector Clive Phillips Wolley  in"which..the writer called to the attention of tbeco.iincil various sanitary.-defects and 'nuisances which he recommended should be abated.  A remonstrance from Thorpe & Co. in  relation to the water rates charged was  read. The collector was'instructed = to  collect full rates.  The eogineer submitted,estimates on  the work done by Breckinridge & Lund.  On the right of way and flume from Anderson creek, the estimate was $1,200  and on the reservoir $900. It was ordered that checks for $1,140 and $S55  respectively be drawn in favor of the  contractors.���������1���������  Mr. Rideout died. In 1894 the couple  moved to Rossland, where McLeod  opened the Highland hotel, nnd Mrs.  Rideout, who was known to the world as  Mrs. McLeod, assisted him in the business, and they prospered.  It was a cold, bleak night in November, 1896, that McLeod approached the  woman, gave -her one hundred dollars  and told her to go away and to go quietly, as he bad become a member'of the  Knigbts of Pythias and must thereafter  lead a-different and pure life. Mrs.  Rideout quietly assented, going to Trail,  where she baa since lived, earning a living as a domestic.  . -The defence endeavored to cast a  shadow upon .the character and actions  of Mrs. Rideout while she and McLeod  were running the Highland hotel, but  the evidence was indirect and only by  inference. McLeod, when on the stand,  was a very unwilling witness, and gave  his testimony in a manner that indicated  that he would rather shield the woman  than expose even the few indiscreet  actions that he .had allowed his attorney  to.bring out.  An-eloquent plea was made by W. A.-  Macdonald for. the plaintiff, and the instructions of the court to the juiy were  decidedly in favor "of the woman. The  jury remained -ont for two hours, bring-,  ing in a verdict allowing Mrs. Rideout  judgment in thc sum of $3,000.  " :It is rumored that Mrs. Rideout and  Mr. McLeod will settle the matter between themselves, he. keeping the promise he made to .her years ago. They were  seen together- Thursday eveuing and  appeared to be the best of friends. When  tbey.-returned to Rossland yesterday  morning no one would conjecture that  ���������any [difficulty had ever existed between  them:  THE MAXWELL PARTY.  THEY TALK FEEELY ON VABI0US  SUBJECTS FOR PUBLICATION.,  Mr.  Maxwell Score* on Speaker HIkxIu*  In a Few. Sharply Pointed  Sentence*.  THE SfiWE.R SYSTEM.  ISSUED .WORTHLESS CHECKS.  -William Perkins; accompanied by his  wife and daughter is about tomake s.  trip through the south, combiniug busi  W.    I*.   Herbert/Accused-  or   Villaining;  Money Under False Promises.  W. P. Herbert, until recently in tbe  employ of a Trail merchant, was arrested  in this city on Sunday last,.on information received from Officer Devitt, on the  charge of having eutered checks on tho  Hank, of British North Americii while  having no , funds on deposit. It is alleged that Herbert presented a number  of checks to different persons in Trail,  always after banking hours, asking the  accommodation on the fact that the bank  was-closed nnd he could not get the  money tbat day.. When the checks were  presented for payment there were no  funds with whicli tn pay them. After  issuing the checks Herbert left Trail for  Nelson, where he.was traced by the. police. He was taken back to Trail for a  Loariug, by Officer W. J. Devitt. The  penalty for the ciime, if proved against  the accused, is not less tnan three years  imprisonment. Herbert was formerly an  employee of a Nelson busiuess man.  In the Police Court."  J. J. Malone was fined $5 and costs  for depositing liquid household waste  upon the property of H. Ashcroft,. on  Hall street on September 4th..  ~ A chinaman-by the name, of Hong  Chung was fined 85 and costs on Tuesday for depositing filth in the rear of  the Carney block on September 4th.  The case will be appealed.  - Ole Spe was fined $2 for beingdrunk  and disorderly on Hall street last Monday.      .      Tlie'Graj- Sawmill.  In order to accommodate the grade of  Upon motion of Alderman Hillyer the  Nelson Electric Light Co. was invited to  make a proposition to the council for the  lighting of the city. , ,  Mayer Houston stated that it would be  necessary to send a copy of the sewer  plans tos the provincial board of health  for its approval. He had been given.to  understand that Rossland would be enjoined from using its sewers unless the  plans had beeu previously approved by  the provincial board. He suggested that  F.'C. Gamble be employed to determine  the volume of water flowing in Kootenay  river for the information of tho provincial, board. Action in conformity with  the mayor's suggestions was takeu.  Adjourned until Wednesday at 3 p. ni.  ALLOWED $3,000 DAMAGES-  Main   1*   to -extend  .up   Ward   Street to  Silica.,  The sewer problem was discussed at  some.length by tbe city;council last  Wednesday afternoon and a plan decided  upon. It is proposed.to. have the main  sewer extend.up Ward, street from the  water front to Silica street with laterals  on Baker, Vernon and. Stanley streets.  The city engineer.was instructed to have  tracings made.and-sent to the Provincial  board of health, together with specifications, the approval of the'board being  necessary before'the work .can'.proceed:  It was determined'to let the work of lay-  ing the main sewer.in two sections, one  ���������to extend from1 the waterfront, to Baker  street and the other from Baker street to  Silica stieet.   "      " l -  Au application was received froin the  Hall mines asking that the-city supply  the smelter with water through a six-  inch main from the reservoir.. The company ofleied to pay the cost of laying the  main and aereed to pny a fair yearly rental or .to pay per thousand gallons, for  the water used. It was decided to lay  -the^matte'r-ove'r^uutil-the-sjjstejn-is completed. ���������  A resolution passed allowing Contractor Halliday $386.79 extras on the con:  struction of the jail. The largest part  of his amouut was created by additional  excavation made necessary by a change  in the levels. ��������� -  Plumbing by-law No. 14 was considered  in committee of the whole and passed  upon its third reading. Its provisions  are similar to those now in force in Victoria and Vancouver.  Adjourned until Monday night.  Mr. G. R. Maxwell, M.P., and party,  consisting of himself, Mayor Templeton  nnd Messrs. Davidson and Menzies, all of  Vancouver, were visitors to Nelson Mon-,  day. They have been making a tour of  West Kootenay, and had visited Kaslo,  Nakusp, Sandon, Slocau City and New  Denver. They left on Tuesday morning's  train for Trail aBd Rossland, and will'go  through the Baundary country before  their return.  ��������� A Miner representative accompanied  them on their journey as far as Robson,  and was accorded an interview by the  various members of the narty.  Opening the conversation, Mr. Maxwell  said: "I am strongly, opposed to drawing political party lints in provincial  matters.' and do uot think it wise either,  in the interests of the Province or the  opposition to split up into party factions."  "It is rumored that yon might possibly  retire from the Dominion house and'Vo  info provincial politics. Is tliat true?"  was asked. ''"-._  'I may say that I do not think the  majority of my own'constituents would  be willing tbat I should retire" was the  reply "I have bad letters from friends  from all over ou'.-this subject but have  not made up my mind as yet what to do.  There is uo doubt a leader is sadly  needed. Whoever should be chosen as  leader, of the.-'opposition, whether Mr.  Bostock, Mr. Cotton, Mr. Seniliu or myself, every one will work in harmony  with him."   ' '      '  - "Are you in favor of having a convention of the opposition party?"  "I ara strongly in favor "of having" a  convention arid, would favor having it  either at Kamloops or Revelstoke iri  order that the delegates from the' upper,  couutry. could attend and would like all  opposed to th"e: present'- government-to  meet without regard to politics." .--  - "What do you - think about the platform issued by the leader of the opposition." ���������'-������������������.        ���������   - "������������������������������������  "1 think it is fulLof glittering generalities and is-a beggarly bill of fare for tbe  present time. It seems to me that either,  the present leaders of the* opposition did  uot want to publish a platform or did not  realize the chief features of the wants ot  the country. The platform published by  Mr. Semlin is one of the strongest  reasons why the convention should be  held. - In view ot the fact that it is  rumored that the Turner government will  parliament^-!  coast friends. I thiuk there should be  a convention of the oppositttn party und  that it should not be drawn on Dominion  party lines. I would favor its being  held at Kamloops or Revelstoke. - We, at  tlie coast, have greater population but we  ought to consider the distances and sacrifices which would have to be made by  delegates from the Kootenay district."  "What do you think of the statements  to the effect that Mr. Cotton is going to  join the cabinet?'-! was asked by the  -interviewer. - -  "I do uot - think it likely," replied  Mayor Templeton, "Mr. Cotton could  not be reelected in Vancouver again and  he is under a written promise, which'is  in my possession, that he will not go iuto  coalition with the present government  without the consent of the party."  It is highly probable that somo member of the opposition will assume author- -  ity " and  call   a  convention of all those  opposed -to the present government .to '  meet at Revelstoke at some time in the  immediate   future,   there    to formally  organize a party that will contest the  next election with the party in power. It  can be seen' with half au eye that thc -  oppositionists are numerous, but it is also noticeable that all.their views are not  the same.     Organization,   and   speedy  organization at that is n;i absolute necessity if a fight of respectable-proportions  is to be put up agaiust the present government.. '  the Crow's Nest railway now under construction^ the present Gray sawmill will  be abondoned and an entirely new plant  erected on piling on the north side of the  ness and "pleasure. He will first visit j track. The work of driving the pileing  Everett, .Wash., where two of his sons} will begin in a few days and will extend  are residing, after which he will make a ; along the shore for 330 feet east, aud  visit through Southern California. He ' have a width of 30 feet An entirely new  will carry samples and represent".-! nnm-j iilant has been ordered by Mr. Gray, in-1 T"y Yl^Y -nm~An..  ber of   valuable   mining properties   in | eluding au feighty horse power engine and : aeliet ILBC EomB ad>  Mrs. Hideout Sue* Mr. Mcleod Tor Trillin;;  with Her Affection*.  More.than unusual interest was attracted to Mr. Justice Drake's Court on  Thursday, when the breach of promise  suit instituted by Mrs. Sarah Ella Rideout against Malcomb McLeod came up  for trial. The case occupied most of the  day, going to tbe jury at about four  o'clock. -  -' Mrs. Rideout is an attractive widow o'  about twenty-five years of age and at  present resides at Trail. Mr. McLeod is"  tbe proprietor^ of the Highland hotel at  Rossland, and is perhaps thirty-five  years of age. . ' . -     -  When "Mrs. Rideout iarst met McLeod  in 1889, she still had a husband living  in Waterville, Me., whom, for some unknown reason she left, in the early part  of 1889, to come west. " At Seattle they  fir3t met, contracting to be married as  soon as it might become legally and  financially possible.'- Under this arrangement they lived as man and wife, until  November, 189G, when McLeod became  tired of Mrs. Rideout, giving her as a  reason that he desired to'lead abetter  life. During all these years the promises  of marriage were renewed mgmy times,  and Mrs. Rideout was happy in tbe  she would be hon-  Salc or Government lots.  The date of the government sale of lots  has been set for Thursday, October 7 at  2. o'clock p.m. Mr. Chas. A. Waterman  will be the auctioneer and the sale, which  is under the .direction of Hon. G. B.  Martin, chief commissioner of lauds and  works, will take place at the courthouse.  With the exceptiou of block 49, it will  include the remainder of the government  lots in the original townsite of Nelson-  In all there will be about 450 lots to bo  sold. They are scattered iu 35 blocks of  the towu -and Mr. Waterman is now-  engaged in-making maps which.will be  put' up in all prominent places. The  upset prices will be from,8100 up and for  the .benefit of the squatters; the purchasers will be required to pay the  appraised valuo of .the improvements.  The terms of the purchase will be 25 per  cent, cash and the balance within 30 days  from the. date of sale. Upon failure to  make the second payment, the 25 per  cent will be forfeited and the lots again  offered for sale.  British Columbia.    It is also probable   two boilers.  ored by a legal union.   In the meantime  Important Mining Transaction.  It   is   understood =that   Mr.   Hugh  Sutherland.with. whom are associated  strong parties in the cast, has acquired  a considerable interest in a very  valuable property consisting of two groups  on White Grouse   mountain.     Tliere  are fourteen claims and four fractions  I included in thc   transaction   and   the  ! sum paid iu cash is  a  very handsome  , one.   A large amount of developnient  , has aleady been done upon the properties which are tributary to the Crow's  Nest Ifailway antl it is understood the  parties interested will continue to  develop energetically and be working at  full capacity by  the  time, the  road  reaches Kootenay lake.  calf an "eaTljr~sessibn of  would favor the assembling ot the convention as soou as possible in October."  . "What do you think of Mr. Higgins as  a leader of thc opposition."  " He is impossible. I would not advise  the opposition to have anything to do  with him. "He is entitled to suffer witb  the iemaiuder of tbe government on their  retiremeut. Anything we have had to  condemn1 the government for he has had  a part in, and ��������� uo doubt his change of  heart is purely a matter of disappointed  ambition. Still, if he exhibits 'fruits  meet for repentance,' he might in the  future be given an opportunity of proving his sincerity." .  "What do you think about tho export  duty."  '���������I do not kuow the circumstances iu  this district but lookiug nt it from a  purely Canadian point of view it seems  as if the . imposition of a duty might be  necessary. Iu my trip I have met a  number of old friends aud my views have  undergone some change. I thiuk tbe  best thing would be for the freest kind  of intercourse between the United States  and Canada, but r.ben we are denied any  interests iu lands or mines over there, I  tbink "it about time Canada' gave the  States a dose of their own medicine."  Mayor Templeton(, ppoke freely upon  the political situation aud other matters  aud had many kiud words for Nelsou  and tbis district.   He said:  "There ca;������ be uo question of the  future of the country. Nelson particularly istgoinr t-n be the center of a vast  population.-" Visitors from the coast are  struck with the., air of activity and buoyancy pervading, all the towns', notwithstanding the present silver depression.  People who like myself know nothing  about mines, have no idea until visiting  the district personally that there is such  a large amount ot development going on.  Nelson and Kaslo particularly seem to  have a sure future,  said thnt tbe  ' Apology and  Kclractlon.  Almost the first work the new editor of The Miner was called upon ,to  do was to consider the following iotter":  "' ��������� Ne'son, B.C., Sept. 10,1897.  The Editou, Thk Mixiiic, Nelson.���������Dear -  Sir:���������We have been instructed by Mr. Uobert  Day to request you tb publish an apology and "  retraction of. tlie article iii your paper of  llugitst 18tli. headed, "The Silver Kintf Mine,'  in so' far as it contains "statements derogatory  to the character of thc late Mr. Atkins, and  also to publish Mr. Day's letter to you in reference to the- same:: AVe arc instructed by Mr.  Day to. take criminal .proceedings unless you  comply .with this request, as he feels that thc  article constitutes nn attack on the character  of tho late Mr. Atkins.   Yours very truly, -.  '."       '; BOWES & SENKLER.  - The editor of This Minek is'glad to  respond to the wishes   of  the   public,  whose servant he is.     The. editor   of  The Miner is as pleased to retract all.  statements made by former editors of  The 'Miner that are derogatory to the  character of decc'as'ed gentlemen, as he  is to escape from the conseqiiences of  .'���������'criminal actions"-in the perpetration  of-which he had no   part.     For-'any.  wrong- doing- th������v editor of-Thk Mijteu  iri'ay beguilty of in this; his first week    <  ot editorial responsibility.'he is willing  toapologize freely and fully in any  direction suggested by the friends of  The Miner.   For any wrong doing o'n-  the part of  the   late   editor  of   The '  Miner,  the   present   editor   of   Thk  Miner can scarcely be held criminally'  responsible.' ��������� ���������   ���������  The editor of The Miner is hopeful  that this frank statement will  meet  with the requirements   of- Mr.   Day,  whom we.are told is a very reasonable  gentleman.   We would gladly comply  with Mr. Day's request and-publish  the letter he refers to, , buc  have' no .  such letter in our possession.    We un:  derstand that the  letter  referred   to  reached this office and was   delivered  "  to-'-hc-who was-editorof-THE-MiNER---  and it probably  accompanied the.late  editor of The Miner on his way to his  new home in Rossland.    If  Mr. ' Day-  is pleased to indite another-, epistle  to  The Miner, we will  give  it our im-"  mediate and careful consideration.  Haviug'read the articlu referred to iu  the above letter, we arc free' to ndmit  that there is, in all probability, much  therein that may constitute: misstatements. Whether there-be or not. the  present editor of The'Miner, is cbnti- .  dent that it would be impossible to  secure the publication of such an article  in aDy newspaper of which he might be'���������  the managing editor. Iucertaiu portions  of the article there is cvide'ntly!a feeling  of animosity that has no place or part in  legitimate newspaper work. The ancient  history of any town or any man is u  dangerous subject, and one permitting of  too many different interpretations to  wnrrant its consideration ns an assignment for n newspaper of today." Mr.-  Atkins may bavo been nil that is praiseworthy in man, and we "are willing to  believe that - he. wa3. There arc too  many wrongs iu the living preseut to  attend to, to-warrant delving into the  dead past iu search of trouble.  -   '     ' .  Northern Lixlil Crniii*.  John Dorsev and Georgo Robinson,  owners of the"Northern Light group of  claims, at the head of Fortynine creek  and one mile north "of the'-McGinty  "group, report the opening of a valuable lodge of frei; milling ore on July  lSlh. Tlie claims aro located on a  steep mountain side. Thc ledge is  said to be a trui" fissure vein, open in  four places foi- about 200 feet. Two  .shafts, each 15 feet in depth, have  been sunk, and a hundred foot -tunnel  has been run. The lower shaft shows  a live foot vein of copper sulphurate  carrying free gold. Thc walls are" of  Lalco slate and decomposed rock.. The .  average ;is.^ay ol rock taken from several places/shows $15 in gold and live;'  per cent, copper. Tt is expected that  the. property will run very high in  copper as development proceeds.  I.u������t   Chance.  Group.  Messrs. Wilson Bros, claims,, the  Last Chance group,"above Cottonwood  lake, are improving daily and  it h;is  ~,       t  ��������� . been found advisable   to   work   night  One ot your papers   nnd day shiftg#   .j,,e onis solidvello^v  party; is on a political pil- | copper "iii veins of   white  quartz,   of  we would | which there are a   great   number   on  for tbis property and in almost every instance they "have  widened  as   depth  was gained.    Messrs. Wilson  hope  to  sample  grimage.*   If-we  had   been,  certainly have   made arrangements'  more meetings and consulted with local  politicians.   Our meeting last night was/ send'a good   large   smelting  held simply at  the suggestion  of old down before snow flies,  Yt W'"  THE MINER NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPT. ii, 1897.  T//E MINER is printed on Saturdays ana  ���������will be mailed to any address in Canada or  the United States foi me year on receipt oj  two dollars.    Single copies live cents.  C0MTEAC7 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate oft3 per column inch, per  momii.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted alf m* rate of is cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and jo ceatsper line Jot  each subsequent insertion. Advertisement  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  ALL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address ef the writer, net necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in fin. rate style at  the shortest notico  Aonnns*  TH������ MlNBRPniNTINC * HUBLiaHINO CO  NELSON.   B.C.  WHAT   A   SHOCK!  A  LODGE MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. &A.  M. meets second Wednesday iu each  month.   Sojourning brethcrn invited.  .-W. B. Shaw, Secretary.  I.  O. O.  F.     Kootenay Lodge,  . JKo. IC, meets every Monday night,  at   their Hall,  Kootenay street.  Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.  WM. HODSON, Secretary.  SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, 1897.  FOR   EXPORT   DUTY.  When The Miner started the movement, "Canadian ores for Canadian  smelters," the opposition flushed by us  was located almost entirely in Rossland. The Rossland Miner was the  originator of the movement against  the reform proposed by The Miner,  and its American owners controlled  "the mass meeting that put forth  the petition against the export duty.  But that was a month ago. As there  is no telling what a day may bring  forth, so the month has the "age" on  the day. The Rossland Miner has undergone a fiery baptismal, is now  owned by Canadians, and the man  who as a member of the staff of this"  paper performed the preliminary work  in the crusade for' export duty is today the editor and manager of the  Rossland Miner.  Such is newspaper life in the Far  West. Today a paper is, and tomorrow it is���������different. The Mixer welcomes the new convert to the field of  reform, and is glad to place its name  upon our list of Canada's newspaper  friends. Even in the flrst issue under  its new management the Rossland  Miner has shown fruits meet for repentance, and there can be no doubt  of its complete conversion.  The   newspaper   sensation   of    the  week is the radical change of policy of  the Rossland Daily Miner.    So great  is the change that the cityof Rossland  may   not   recover  from   the   shock.  Started by a Canadian, the Miner in  its infancy passed into the hands of a  citizen of the United States, and its  policy since that time has been remarkably Yankeefied.  At frequent intervals   a   Canadian   spirit has been  evinced by the Miner, but so suddenly  was it throttled that there has never  existed in the minds of its readers any  opinion other than that it was owned  and controlled  and published in the  interests of the citizens of tho state of  Washington.      With   last   Tuesday's  issue came a change of spirit, and the  Miner treated its readers to thc following excellent (if   unpalatable) menu.  May good digestion attend their necessary but undesired feast: ���������  "CANADA FOR CANADIANS.  "As progress is made in the development of Kootenay.-and the mining  industry becomes more and more established on a permanent and satisfactory basis, the sentiment, "Canada for  Canadians," continues to thrive and  expand in a manner most gratifying  to those who have the best interests  of this country at heart. And it is  pleasing to note that underlying this  feeling is the broad, grand British  principle which calls for the up-building of commercial interests with an  ultimate view to a great and lasting  national prosperity.  "Towards our neighbors south of the  forty-ninth parallel, we; of Kootenay  ���������and it may also be said, of western  Canada���������have a warm regard and  proper respect. We appreciate the  part aliens have played in the development of our. vast mineral resources,  and the thought must not be entertained for an instant that they are begrudged the magnificant results that  have attended the praisworthy enterprise ahd preseverance of many of  theni.- It is also pertinent to remark  in this connection, that no fair-minded  man, be he a citizen of the United  States or any other foreign country,  will gainsay that he has enjoyed every  privilege that could possibly be accorded to a resident in what is generally known as a "free country." Further than this the people south of the  international boundary have nothing  to legitimately expect from this country.  ' 'Ignoring a studied system of legisla-  ���������with the various bidders the mayor  was constantly on the alert, and the  result of his watchfulness and Hous-  ton-like stand on the final turn has resulted in saving a considerable sum of  money to the city, and an arrangement  and sale that cannot well be criticised.  MI-MSC. AGEXT8.  , The rush to the Klondyke of "men  minded mad-wise and greeding for  gold" wonld be materially lessened  wero the experiences of Surveyor  Ogilvie to be printed in pamphlet form  and distributed freely. The horrors  that attend the progress 'of a prospector in the Yukon country arc  equaled in hideousness by those of no  other gold-bearing section known to  man.  ERNEST G- LOCKE,  Mining ~  Engineer  Mines examined and reported on with maps  and sketches  (GD3) - ������������������ NELSON, B. C.  ������DniVKRIOM . .  And Premier Turner is coming to  Nelson! Not so wonderful, though,  considering the proximity of another  election day. It is truly remarkable,  the sudden interest evinced by the  various members of the Government,  in Nelson in particular and West  Kootenay in general���������a sort of deathbed repentance, as it were, and one  that is harmless, for it does not deceive.  W. J. G.  DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING   BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  1STELS03ST, B. O.      [335]  W. J. TWISS,  MINING,  REAL ESTATE  ���������BROKER.���������  INSURANCE.AND GENERAL  COMMISSION AGENT.  FRONT STREET,     -     KASLO. B. C.  (560)  Mrs. F. Casey has purchased the Criterion Restaurant and is prepared to servo the Best Meal  in tho City.   A FIRST CLA8S MEAL SERVED FOR 25 CENTS.   All white help.  736 Baker street, 4 doors north of post office.  Despite the fabulous riches of the  Yukon sands there is every reason to  believe that their product will not  equal the sums that will be spent to  secure it. This has been the history  of every mineral bearing section. The  vantage to mankind lies only in the  fact that money expended in the pursuit of hidden wealth is not withdrawn  from circulation, and all that is discovered is added to the amount of  circulating medium.  RELIANCE MINING EXCHANGE  Mine Incorporators and Brokers  Will purchase or furnish money to develop  good properties. Kirst class connections in  Kastcrn cities and London. Write ns before  placing your property.  315 A 316  ROOKERY  SFCJlC'-A-IsrE,      -      "WASH.   525  F. Li. OSLER and J, W. CARWIN  COOL REFRESHING drinks  ^ V-7 ^ -1���������' -A-NELSON  SODA WATER  FACTORY-*r  All kinds of Carbonated Waters.   -                   Orders delivered promptly.  629  F.   O.   BOX   88   The Shooting Gallery B  now open   for the first time  clson.   Prizes will be given  in   week   to week   for   the  highest scores.   ,  JOHN MILES  Baker Street,  Opposite Tremont Hotel.  Call and see me.  739  Nelson Shoe Store  Cheap for Cash!  McZINNEY. 00UVI0TED.  Cut Ills M'lFc's Wrist In a Scuffle, and Is  Vivcn Six Months. '  Some two or three weeks ago, Charles  McKinney, a rather pleasant appearing  colored man, for some time a porter at  the Phair Hotel in this city, was arrested  at Kaslo for a crime alleged to hnve been  committed on July 21,1894.  The" accused was arraigned before  Judge Forin on Tuesday. According to  the evidence in tbe case, McKinney became angry at his wife, who is a comely  looking white woman, about thirty years  of age, because she refused to go to New  Denver to open up a laundry business  with him.   A scuffle ensued, in which the  Mining and  Real Estate Agents.  XVTELS03ST      -     6W     -      B.C.  W. A. JOWETT  MINING.& REAL ESTATE BROKER  IN8UKANCE and ��������� . ���������  COMMISSION A������E\T.  VICTORIA ST.,  2U  NELSON, B. O.  MINES EXAMINED  AXD KEl'OKTED OX HY  F. M. CHADBOURN  A Full and Complete Line of  Spring Goods just received  WE fHAVE A FULL LINE OF  PROSPECTORS' SHOES  On hand at all  times.    Give us a call and satisfy yourself for prices  W. H. GRAHAM, Proprietor.  (584) NELSON, B. C.  tion by the United States that is in a I woman was cut on the wrist.  The Vancouver party of prominent  politicians has visited Nelson, and they  are now on their triumphal march  through the Trail Creek district. Their  number includes Messrs. Maxwell,  Templeton, Menzies and Davidson,  and their battle cry is "On to Boundary." They declare that their mission  Is non-political, and it may be. Considering the attitude of the Vancouver  - member in the Dominion house on the  railroad question, it is extremely probable that the party is but the advance  guard of the Victoria, Vancouver &  Eastern Hailway Co., (proposed) of  Vancouver, of which company Dr.  Milne and J. 0. McLagan are reputed  to be the head. We know of no reason why these gentlemen should not  be in a position to judge as to the motive of their visit at this time, and if  they say it is not of a political nature  our voters must accept the declaration.  Certain it is that their reception would  - be the more cordial in a political way  than in an.industrial one, for it is felt  that to Maxwell's railway policy the  Boundary country owes at least a  year's loss of time in railway connection with the Columbia river.  number of ways antagonistic. to Canada, this country has adopted a system of trade regulations devoid of narrowness, yet best suited to prevailing  conditions. In applying this system  to Kootenay, there ca;n be but one object, viz., a condition that will result  in the greatest good to the greatest  number.  "The low grade ores of the Rossland  camp exist in sufficient quantity to  eventually steadily supply.amelters of  thousands 01 tons daily capacity. And  not only is it desirable that this product, should go to Canadian reduction  worksTButllTis absolutely necessary  for the financial salvation of the mine  owners that these reduction works be  established in as close proximity to  the mines as possible.  "The Miner is an ardent advocate of  a satisfactory freight and treatment  rate for Rossland and, other Kootenay  ores, and is also sufficiently imbued  with the spirit, "Canada for Canadians,"- to maintain that this district  should enjoy the full benefits of a  smelting industry which in. the near  future, we hope, will rank in equal importance to that of mining. From  now on, this journal will devote its  best energies to this end, and looks for  the hearty co-operation of those who  aro identified with thc mines of this  carnp.".  During the progress of the trial, Mrs.  McKinney while on the stand as a witness against ber husband, became very  much confused by the fusilade of questions from Mr. Johnson, the attorney for  tbe defendant, aud vented ber dislike for  him by answering his questions impertinently and occasionally interspersing her  remarks with facial contortions designed  for his especial benefit, and that set the  spectators in the court room in a titter.  While under arrest in Kaslo last August, McKinney became dissatisfied with  his place of confinement, au ice chest in  a butchm; s^p and jivailed_himselt_oten  opportunity to O'joy his liberty. To this  charge he pleaded guilty and sentence  was suspended. Oa tbe charge of cutting  his wife be was given six months in jail.  He will serve out his time in Nelson,  Twonty years' experience ir. mining.  Thorough   knowledge  of  mined  of  British  Columbia.   Terms lieasonablo.  718 NELSON, B. O.  W. P. SLOAN,  Miosrinsra-  -A.a-E3sra?  ��������� r.  Goat River, Duck Creek, Sutter District and  Summit Creek properties a spccialtv. Property on line of Crow's Nc=t Pass Railroad, located on Goat river, on list,  Correspondence Solicited.  KOOTENAr,   RIVER.  B. C.  P. O- ADDRESS   PORT   HILL, IDAHO.  473-3-12-6  PROFESSIONAL CAUPS.  AH. H0LD1CH, ASSAYEH AVD ANA-  t   lylical Chemist, Hall street, Nelson.  L.  E.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,   Notary Public, Slocan City. 151  Lawrence ...  Hardware Go.  Headquarters for Miners' and Builders'  :h:.a.:r:dw  A Full 5tock of Graniteware and other Kitchen Utensils.   Prices  .   Furnished on Application. m)  GIVE US A CALL.   PROMPT ATTENTION TO LETTER ORDERS.  .'  tel. 21.        b.a.k:.ei:r street.  .  LARGEST and most  complete stock of  CROCKERY  Ever brought into Kootenay.  Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, etc., in Staple and  .  Fancy Goods.  The Mixer is called to announce the  retirement of Mr. 0. E, Eacc from its  editorial chair. Mr. Race has accepted  the editorship and management of the  Rossland Miner, and in future will endeavor to maintain a Canadian newspaper in the town of Rossland. As  he is a writer of marked ability, so is  he of indomitable energy and remarkable perseverance in pursuance of any  course he may map out. He will succeed in Rossland, and in his labors he  has the best wishes of The Mixeb and  Ita many readers.  Mr. Joseph Ladue, the founder of  Dawson city, in the Klondyke, is now in  Ottawa receiving title to land that is  o������ greater-monetary vaiue than is the  town site of tbe city of Nelson. Mr.  Ladue is a citizen of the Uuited States,  yet Canada does not hold that accident  of birth as against him. He bas'eamed  the land, and tbe government will present it to him. How marked is the contrast-between tbe property laws of Canada and those of the United States. To  enjoy the possession of a home in tbe  United- States, the Canadian must  secure a mortgage on a Yankee's land,  and-then foreclose it. and take possession  ���������or a relative or a friend must, die atd  will it to him. The men of our sister  country can come to Canada and. carry  away anything that is loose at both ends,  or that can be loosened by the use of  dynamite or steam-driven drills, aud yet  they scarcely consider this^ a "free"  country.  History of .Velson,  The Miner Printing \fe Publishing  company has contracted to print a history  of Nelson^ The work will be a three  column quarto, convenient for mailing,  and will have for its title "History of  Nelson, B.C.," with sketches of some of  its prominent citizens, firms and corporations. The history of the Nelson district  and of Nelson is being written by Mr.  Charles St. Barbe, tban whom The Miner  knows none more capable of writing  accurately nnd interestingly on tbis subject. The business and personal sketches  are being prepared by Messrs. C. A. und  R, C. Rohrabacher, both capable.and  experienced writers, who come highly  recommended to The Miner, Tbe files  pf tlie The Minei? will be at Mr. St.  Barbe's disposal in his search for historical data.  L. GRIMMETT, LL. B., BARRISTER,  *   Solicitor, Notary Public, Ktc, Sandon  (131)  PR. II. E. HALL,- RESIDENT DENTIST,  Nelson, B.C. Gold and Porcelain Crowns  inserted, old teeth treated- by the < latest  methods. Teeth extracted without pain by  giving laughing gas.   Terms strictly cash. . 691  C"-1 EO.A.B. HALL, PHYSICIAN AND SUR-  X geon.   Oflice,- Baker street, 3 doors west  of postoflice,;up stairs. ��������� (oil)  T71 M. SANDILANDS, GENERAL AGENT  JjJ. Fire Insurance and Mining Broker,  Sandon, B. C. otiO  FLETCHER S. ANDREW'S, BARRISTER,  Solicitor, etc. Sole Agent for the Cana  dian Fire Insurance Co. Real Estate and  Mining properties for sale. ��������� Slocan City, B.C.  (all)  GORE, BURNET & CO., PROVINCIAL  and Dominion Land Surveyors and Civil  Engineers, Nelson, B. C. Room No. i, ovor  Thomson & Co.'s Book Store: 611  WANTED.  A. C. Buchanan & Co.  P. 0. Box 47 Telephone No. io,  HAVE A  ������������������-���������-���������-  -���������i  FOR EVERY KIND OF HEAD  But  Our  STRAW HATS j  Are Specially Reduced to Clear  Don't Miss Them  The action of Mayor Houston in the  matter of the sale of the Nelson debentures is ��������� highly commendable.  Throughout  the   entire    transaction  -  PculU of W. A. McYclgii.  W. A. McVeigh, proprietor of the  Manhattan saloon died at 5:30 o'clock  Sunday morning from effects of typhoid fevec after a sickness 'of'-two  weeks., He was 32 years of. age arid  was born in Ottawa. A wife, mother  and two brothers morn his loss, one of  the latter residing at Rossland and the  other at Fort Steele. His mother is a  resident of Ottawa. Deceased followed,  the-construction of the Canadian Pacific railway from Winnipeg,,, keeping  a store along the line and'in 18S0 he  left for the states and was in Spokane  during the time of the fire." Since that  f-ime he has been living in Great Falls,  Montana, and in Portland and Spokane, Wash. His funeral took place  on Monday at 2 p.m.   -  A Card or Thanks.  Mrs. Simons desires to express her  thanks, to the ladies of Nelson who so  kindly came to her assistance and made  good the loss of her pocketbook, containing $21. She.was presented a new purse  and $25 in cash.  POSI TION���������By.yoting married man as bookkeeper or clerk.   Best of reference, ���������"��������� .  Address:   E. A. B.,  719 Care Oillco.  FOB RENT.  Two nicely furnished rooms in private residence.   Apply to L. Brown, Baker street.  W) P. 0. Box 17.  Furnished nnd unfurnished rooms. Now  building, hard llnishuil. -.Bakerstreet, between  Vienna roslaiirant ,aml Tremont hotel. Enquire at tent store, opposite. 751-  Heintzman Pianos.  IE yon want a rich toned Heintzman,  write to H. N. Codsieb,  645 Revelstoke.  G. D. CURTIS  IF. O.   STOBB  J. A. GILKER  Zhc dominion Biul&ing  &%oauBss'tv  TORONTO, ONTARIO  SUBSCRIBED. CAPITAL OVER $3,000,000  MONEY TO LOAN  Cn Easy Monthly Payments-Regulated  to Suit tbe Borrower.  lARCHITEOTi  G25    OTEIl THOMSON'S' BOOK STOKE.  BRICK.  We have plenty of Brick in Nelson,  ready for immediate delivery. Apply  at office of     .  -    -  .  T. G. PROCTER, .   Baker street.  Holiday Goods.  Flags, Cameras, Hammocks,  Sporting Goods. Fishing  Tackle, Lunch Baskets,  Everything at  Thomson Stationery Co. Ld.  SPECIAL   FEATURES  0. D. J. CHRISTIE, Agent  BAKER STREET,  712  No Shares to be subscribed for  No Fines.   - ,  No Forfeitures.  No. of Payments guaranteed  NELSON, B. C.  USTOOEPOEATED  TZHUE  1S70-  HiMson's Bay Comppy,  FORT GARRY MILLS, WINNIPEG.  Many people claim to sell the hest Flour.  .  We  do  not  make   claims,,, "but   only   ask  the favor  of a trial:     Our   Hungarian is  acknowledged "by all   unprejudiced people  to "be the best value in Canada. c .,  THE HUDSON'S BAT COMPANY  BAKER STREET  505  NELSON, B. a THE MINER, NELSON   B.<C.,SATURi)AV,SEiPT. ir, 1897  ��������� 3.  ��������� Y\  CHURCH   NOTICES.  Church of Ekglanu. Matins 11 a.m.  Even Song, 7.30 p. m. every Sunday.  Holy Communion on 1st and 3id Sundays in the month, after Matins; on 2nd  and 4th Sundays, at 8 a. m.. Sunday  School at 2.30 p. m.  Pbesbxtkrian Church. Services at  11 a. m..aiid 7.30 p. m. Sunday School  at 2.30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Methodist Chuhoii. Corner Silica  .and Josephine Streets. Services at 11  a. m. aiid 7.30 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Prayer meeting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Epworth League CE.  1 Tuesdiiy at 8 p.m.  Roman Catholic Chubch. Mass at  Nelson every Sunday at S and 10.30 a. m.  Benediction at 7.30 to 800 p. m.  Baptist Church.���������Services morning  and evening at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m.  Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8  p. m. Meetings-are held in the school  house.    Strangers cordially welcomed.  Rev. G. R. Welch, Pastor.  pntmu....������������.  Ullfiflnnra^r  -    BATGHELDER & KADfSH,  ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS.  Gold and Gold Ores Melted, Re  fined and Bought.  IP. O. Box 1795.   ' Spokane,  e,Wash. j  FOR SALE,  BAKER ST-  Two-Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  Cue Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  ih w. 4. ii. l������irk������oii. Ilakrr M.  NOTICE-  West and Emerson wish to inform  the, public that, on and after August  1st., all- orders for wood or coal must  be left at their office on Baker street  accompanied by the cash. All orders  will receive prompt attention.     c(71(J)  NELSON LOTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed W. .1." G. Dickson  local agent tor addition A to the town-  site of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots or parties wishing information,  plans or priw* list of the. addition will  please npplv'to hiin.  loo     " F. C. INNES.  "HARNESS and  SADDLERY1 .  Pack Harness. Pack Straps  Team Housings, Whips,  Ui-ushes,' Combs, Bits,  Harness-Oil, etc. Impairing n specialty- Orders  promptly attended.  L.POGUE.  .  WARD ST.  (650)      0 Opp Court House  NOTICE.  a KOOTENAY   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons contributing $i.oo  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits of the Hospital; in addition the  $ioloo subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting at "the annual  election of directois.  . A. M. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C. August 14th  1896.  (119)  \  Are.you acquainted  with  ( Fred Goodwin?  If not come and buy a quart of  Beer, 25 cents,  and get acquainted. ec8  VICTORIA HOTEL  THORPE'S        _  SPARKLING  t Aromatic������������������=-**.  Ginger Ale  TELEPHONE 60  THOBPE & CO., Id,  Awards for Merit at World's Fair.  ��������� Take notice that sixty days after date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works f.<r permission to purchase  MO acres of unreserved Crown lands, situate on  Crawford Bay, ���������.West. Kootenay District, and  commencing at a post marked K. C. Howell.  N. W. corner; thence east 40 chains; thence  south 40 chains; thence west 40 chains to i he  shore, and Ihence along the shore to thc point  of commencement. K. C. HOWELL,  July 27, 1897 1710] Per J. Hkhkick McGhkgor.  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BAKKEE'S LUCK-Continued from last week-  He quickened his pace and as the flagstaff ot the Boomvllle hotel rose beforo  him in the little hollow ho seriously debated whether he had not better go to  the bank flrst, doposlt his shares got a  email advance, ou them to buy a new  necktie or a "boiled shirt," tn which to  preseut himself to Miss Kitty; but remembering that he had partly given his  word to Demorest that he would keep his  shares intact for the present ho abandon-  - ed tbis project, probably from the fact  that his projected confidence with Kitty  was already a violation of Demorest's Injunctions of socrecy, and his conscience  was sufficiently burdened with that  breach of fhlth.  . But when he reached the hotol a  strange trepidation uvercame him. The  dining-room was at its slack water, ho-  twou 11 tho ebb of breakfast and before the  Uow of preparation for the midday meal.  Ho could not havo his interview with  Kitty in that dreary wasto ��������� of reversed  chairs and bare, trestle-like tables, and  she was possibly engaged in her household duties. But Miss Kitty had already  seen him cross the road, and had lounged  into - tho. dining-room with an artfully  simulated air of casually examining it.  At tho unexpected vision of his hope?,  arrayed in the sweotest and freshest of  rosebud sprigged prints, his heart faltered. Theu, partly with the' desperation  of a timid man and partly .through the  working of a half-formed resolution, he  met her bright smile with a simple inquiry for her fathor. Miss Kitty, bit her  pretty lip, smiled slightly, aud preceded  him with groat formality, to the office.  Opening the door, without raising her  lashes to either her father or the visitor,  she said, with a mischievous accent ii g  of the professional manner: "Mr. .Barker, to see you ou business," and trippod  sweetly away.  And this slight incident precipitated  tho crisis. For Barker instantly made  up his mind th*t he must purchase- the  next claim, for his partner.? of this man  Cartar, and that he would bs obliged to  confide to him thc details of his good  fortune, as a proof of his- sincerity  and his ability to pay for it. Ho did so  bluntly. Carter was a shrewd business  man, and tho well-known simplicity of  Barker was a proof of Us truthfulness,  to say nothing of tlio shares that woro  shown to himl His selling price for his  claim had beoii two hundred dollars, hilt  here was a rich customer who, from a  mere foolish sentiment, would be, no  doubt, willin? lo pnymore. Ho hesitated  will a bland but superior smile. "All,  that was my pricj as my last offer, Mr  Barkor," he said, suavely, "but you sjo  things aro going up'sinco then. "  Tho kncncit'iluplicity isapt to fall bo-  foro absoluto . sl.nullcity.' Barker,  thoroughly believing him, and already a  little frightonod at his own presumption  ���������not for the amount of tho money involved���������but from tho possibility of liis  partners refusing his gift utterly, quickly took advantage  of this locus peniteil-  GIVE HE TODR NOTE AT 30 DAYS.  tiao. "No mattor, then," ho said, hurriedly, "perhaps'I had better consult my  partners first; in fict,'' he addod, with  'ii-gratiiitous truthfulness aU-hisown.-^I  hardly know whether they will take it  of me, so I think I'll wait."  Carter was staggered. This would  eloarly not do. He recovered himself  with nn insinuating smile. "You pulled  me up too short," Mr. Barkor. I'm a  busiuess man, hut, blast It all! what's  that among friends'? If you reckoned , I  givo my word at two hundred���������why,-I'm  there! .Hay no more about it���������tho claim's  your3. I'll make you out a bill of salo  at once. But," hesitated Barker, "you  seo I haven't got thc monoy.yet,   and���������"  "Money?". echoed Carter, bluntly,  "what's that among fronds? Gimme your  note at thirty clays���������that's good enough  forme. An' wo'U settlo tho hull thing  now���������nothing like finishing a job while  you're 'bout it." . And beforo the bewil-  doied and doubtful visitor could protest,  ho had filled up a promissory noto for  Barker's signature, and himself signodra  bill of sale Tor the claim. "Would you  like to tako your partners by surpriso  about this yor littlo gift of yours?", ha  added smilingly. "Woll, my messenger  Is startingffor .tho Gulch in fivo minutes;  he's going by your cabin, and ho can just  drop this bill o' sale, as a kind o' sottled  -lac, on iem aforo thoy can say anything,  see?. There's nothing liko actin' on tlio  spot in these sort of things. And don't  you hurry 'bout them, cither.'- You see,  you sorter owo us a friendly call���������bavin'  always drop pod inter tho hotol only as a  customer���������so ye'll stop here ovor luncheon, and I reckon, as tho old woman is  busy, why Kitty wilT try to mako tho  time pass till then by playiu' for you on  her new plannor." -      ���������  Deightod, yet. bowllderod by tho unexpected invitation and opportunity, Barker mechanically signed tho promissory  note, and as mechanically addressed tha  euvelopo of the bill of sale to Demorost,  which Carter gavo to the messenger.  Then ho followed his host across tho hall  to thc apartment known as "Miss Kit  ty's parlor." Ho had often heard of it. as  a sanctum impervious to tho ordinary  guest. Whatever ..functions tho young  girl assumed at tho hotel and among liar  father's boarders, it was vaguely understood that sho dropp -d them on crossing  that sacred'threshold, and Iwcame "'jriiss  Carter." The county judge had been entertained there and the wifo of the bank  manager. Barker's admission there was  consequently an unprecedented honor.  Ho cast" his eyes timidly around tho  room, redolent and suggestive in various charming little ways of tho young  girl's presence. Thero was tho cottage  piano, which., had been brought up in  sections on the backs of mules from tlie  foot of the monfcain; thore was a crayon  1 cad of Minerva, dono by the fair occupant- at the age of twelve; there was a  prnfila of herself dono by a travelling  artist; there were pretty little china  ornaments aDd many flowers, - notably a  faded   but still scanted woodland   shrub  which Barker -had presented -her two  weeks ago, and over which Miss Kitty  had discreetly thrown hor whito handkerchief as he entered. A wave of hope  passed over him alt-the ac-, but lt was  quickly spent as Mr. Carter's roughly-  playful voice introduced him.  "Ye kin give iir. Barkor a tune or  two to pass timo aforo lunch, Kitty. You  kin let him seo what you're doing In  that Une. But you'll have to sit up now  ���������for this young man's como inter somo  property, and will be sasheying round In  'Frisco afore long ��������� with a bilod shirt  and a stovoplpo and bogivin' tho go by  to Boomvillo. Weil! you young folks  will excuso me for awhile, ������s I reckon  I'll just toddle ovor and get tho recorder  to put that bill o' sale on ' record.  Nothin' liko squarin' things to onct, Mr.  Barker."  As. he slipped away. Barker felt hia  heart sink. Carter had not only bluntly  forestalled him with tho news and taken  away his excuse for a confidential Interview, but had put an ostentatious construction on his visit. What could she  think  of him .now?   Ho   stood  shamed  THE   YOUXG   MAN'   HAD   COME    INTO   SOME  PKOPEBTY.  and embarrassed beforo her.  But Miss Kitty, far from noticing his  einbarrasmcnt In a sudden concern regarding tho "horrid" untidiness of the  room which had-made her cheeks quite  pink in ono spot and obliged her to take  and set down in exactly the same, place  Rcvoral articles, was exceedingly delighted. In fact she did not remember ever  having boon so pleased before in her life.  Theso things wero always so unexpected.  Just like tho weather, for -instance. It  was quite cool last night���������and: now !it  was just stilling. And so dusty! Had  Mr. Barker noticed the heat coming  from the gulch���������or, perhaps, being a rich  man, he���������with a dazzling smile���������was  above walking now.? It was so kind of  liim to come here ilrst. and tell her  father.  "I really wanted to tell only���������you���������  MIrs Carter," stammered Barker. "You  see"���������ho hesitated. But Miss Kitty saw  perfectly. Ho wanted to tell hor, and.  seeing her, he asked for her father! Not  that it made tho slightest difference to  her, for hor father would havo been sure  to havo told her. It was. also kind of'her  father to invito him to luncheon. Otherwise sho might not havo seen liim before  he loft Boomvillo. .'.  But this was more than Barker could  stand. With tho same desperate directness nnd simplicity with which he had  approached hor fathor be now blurted  out his whole heart to ber. Ho told her  how he had loved her hopelossly from  the first time that they had spoken together at tho church picnic���������did sho re-  i������ombor it? How ho had sat and worshipped hor���������"and nothing ��������� else ��������� at  church! How lior voice in iho church  choir had sounded liko an angel's; how  his poverty and his uncertain future had  kept him from.seeing hor aftor, lest ho  should be tempted to betray his hopeless passion. How, as soon as he realized that he had a position���������that his love  for her need not mako hor ridiculous to  worldly eyes���������ho camo to toll lior all.  Ho did not even dare to hope. But she  would hoar hini, at least���������would sho not?  Indeed, tliere was no getting away  from his boyish, simple, outspoken dec-  lara ion. In vain Kitty siniled, frowned, glanced at her pink cheeks iu the  glass and stopped to look out of the win  0���������--  .  .rK   ��������� ���������.,.. w..M v.,.  ..nj  w, m-  "flow; the"room was filled with his love-  it was  encompassing  her,   and,   despite  "his shy attitude,- seemed to be almost  embracing her. But she managed at last  to turn upon him a face t>>at was now as  whito and grave as his own was oager  and glowing.  CHAPTER II.  "Sit down," she said, gently."  He did so,obediently, but wondcringly.,  Sho then bpenod the piano and took ai  seat upon the music stool beforo it,  placed some loose sheets'of music in thu  rack and ran her^ngors lightly over the  keys. Thus-intrenched, sho lot hor  hands fall idly. In hor lap, and for tlio  first timo raised her eyes to his.   -  "Now, listen to mo; bo good'and don't  Interrupt! There!���������not so near; you can  hear what I have to say well onough  iwhero you arc    That will do."  Barker had halted with tho chair ho  was dragging towards her, and sat down.  "Now," said Miss Kitty, withdrawing  her eyos and looking straight beforo her,  "I belluvo everything you say; perhaps I  oughtn't to���������or, at least, say lc���������but I  do. There! But becauso I do believe  you���������It scorns to mo all wrong! .For the  very roason that you give for not having  spoken to mo bofore, if you really folt as  you say you did, are tho same" r:asons  why you should not"speak to 1:10 now.  You seo, all this time you lob - nobody  but'yourself know how you felt towards  me. . In everybody's eyes you and your  partners havo,been only tho threo stuck,  lip, exclusive, college-bred men who'  mined a poor claim in tho gulch, and  occasionally came hero to this hotel as  customers." In everybody's eyes I havo  beon only tho rich hotel keeper's popular  daughter, who sometimes waited upon  you���������but nothing more. But,' at least,  we woro thon protty much" alike, and as  good as each other. - And now, as soon  as you have become suddenly rich, and,  of course, tho superior, you rush down  here to ask me to acknowledge it by accepting you!"  "You know I never meant that, Miss  Kitty, "burst out Barker, vehemently,  but his protest was drowned In a. rapid  roulade from the young lady's fingers ou  the keys.   Ho sank back in his chair.  "Of course, you nover meant lt," she  said, with an odulaugb, "but everybody  will tako lt that way, and you cannot go  round to everybody in Boomville aud  make the pretty declaration you have  just mado to me. Everybody will say I  accepted you for your money; everybody  will say it" was a put-up job of my  father's. Evoyrbody will say tbat you  threw yourself away on me. And I don't  know but what they would bo right Sit  down, please! or I shall iilay again."  "You see," sho went on, without looking at him, "just now you like to remember  that  you fell in love with ni������  flrst .as.a .protty waiter girl, but If-1 ba-  cainoyourwifo it's just what you would  like to forger. A nd I shouldn't. Fori  should.always like to think of the ��������� lime  when you jcame.liere,whenever you could  alford It, .and: somctlinos ,. whon yon  couldn't, .just ,to see mo. and li'iw we  used0to mako - excuses to speak with  each,othor over the dishes. You don't  know what theso things mean to - a  woman -who���������'' She hesitated a moment,  nnd then added,.abruptly: " But what  does that matter ! you would uot caro to  -bo reminded of lt. So." she said, rising  up with a grave smilo and grasping hor  hands tightly behind her, "it's a good  deal better.that you should begin to forget It now. Boa good boy, and take my  advice: Go to San Francisco. You will  meet some girl there In a way you will  not afterwards regret. Vou are young  and your /riches���������to say , nothing, " she  added in a faltering voice somewhat incoherent with tho mischievous smile that  playod upon her lips, "of your kind.and  simple-heart���������will secure that which the  world would call unselfish affection from  ono more equal to you, but would always  believe was only bought If it came from  me."      ''   ��������� v  . "I suppose you are right," ho said,  simply.  She glancod * quickly at hiin and her  eyebrows straightened. He had. risen;  his faco white and his blue oyes widely  opeued. "1 supposo you aro-right," hu  went on,- "becauso you are saying to me  whut my partners said to me this morning, when I offered to share my -wealth  with them���������God knows as .honestly���������as I  offered to share my heart with you. I  supposo that you aro both right; that  thero must bo somo curse of pride or  selfishness upon the money that 1 have  ���������got���������but I have not felt it yet���������and the  fault does not lie with me."  She gavo her shoulders a slight shrug  :and turned impatiently towards the  window. 'When she turned back again  ho was gone. The room around her was  .empty���������thi3. room .which a moment before had seemed to be pulsating with.his  boy ish. passion���������was empty. She bit hor  lips, roso, and ran again eagerly to tho  window. Sho uaw his straw hat and'  brown curls ������s ho crossed the road. Sho  drow i-her handkerchief sharply away  from the withered shrub over, which slie  had. thrown it and cast the onco treasured remains iu the hearth. Then���������possibly  because she had it reody in hor hand���������she  clapped, the handkerchief to hur oyes,  and, sinking upon tho chair he had risen  from, put her elbows on .its back and  buried her face in hor hands.  It is tho characteristic and, perhaps,  cruelty, .of a simple nature to .make no  allowauco for complex - motives or to-  even understand thom.' So it-seemed to  .Barker that his simplicity had teen , met  with equal directness. It was the possession of this wealth that had in somo  way hopelessly changed his relations  with.the world. He did not lovo Miss  Kitty any the loss; ho did not even think  she had wronged him; thoy, his partners  and,bis sweetheart, were cleverer than  he; there must be some occult quality in  this wealth that he would understand  when he possossed it,, and .perhaps it  might make him ashamed of his generosity���������not in the way they had said���������but in  his tempting thom so audaciously to assume a wrong position. It behooved him  to take possession of it at once and so  tako also upon himself the knowlodge,  the trials and responsibilities it would  Incur. His chocks flushed again'as ho  thought ho had tried to tempt an Innocent girl with lt, and ho was keenly hurt  that he had not spen in Kitty's eyes tho  tenderness that had softened his partners'  refusal. Ho resolved to wait no longer,  but sell his dreadful stock at once. IIo  walked directly to the bank.  ' The manager, a shrewd but kindly  -man, to .whom Barker- was known already, received him graciously in recognition of bis well-known simple honesty,  and respectfully, as a representative of  the equally :well-known poor ' but  "superior" partnership of tho gulch.  Ho listened - with marked attention to  Barker's hcsitating-biit brief story, only  remarking atits closa:  "You   mean,    of course,   the  'Second  Extension when you sny 'First?' "  ���������'"'' N07' '-shi d" BarkcrT'"*' riiiealp First '���������  and it said   the 'First' , in tho Boomvllle  paper.''  "Yes! yeil I saw it���������it was a printer's  and parted'his friends from him was'  gonei I And he .had not got rid of it by  spending it foolishly ! It hadnot ruined  anybody yet; it had not-altered anybody  in his eyes. It was gone,, and he was a  free, and happy man once mora.' He"  would go directly back to his -partners;  they would laugh at him,, of course���������but  they could not look at him now with tho  same sad commiserating eye*. . Perhaps  even Kitty���������But here . a sudden cbill  struck bim. . He had forgotten the bill  of sale I He had forgotten tho dreadful  promissory.note given to hor father in  the rash presumption of his. wealth!  How could it ever be paid! '  And more than that, it bad been given  In a fraud ! Me had no monoy when ho  gave lt���������and no prospect of any but what  he was to get from those worthless-  shares. Would anybody bellevo him that  it was only a stupid blunder of his own?  Yes l his partners might believe him, but  .���������horrible thought���������he had already implicated them in,his fraud! Even now,  while he was standing there hesitatingly  in tho road, they were entering upon the  new claim he had not paid for���������could not  pay for���������and in the guise of a benefactor  ho wag - dishonoring thom t Yet lt wa?  Carter he must meet - first���������ho must confess nil to him.' He must go back to the  hotel���������that hotel where ho had indignantly left her���������and tell the father he was a  fraud! : It was terrible,, to think of���������perhaps - it was - part of that - money curso  that ho could not got rid of and was now -  realizing���������bnt it must be donel Ho was  simple,, but his vory simplicity had that  unhesitating - directness of ��������� conclusion  that is the main factor of what mon call  "pluck."  He turned back to the hotel and entered the ofBco. But Mr. Carter had not  yet returned. What was to be done? He  could not wait thoro; thero was no timo  to be lost;'there was only one other person who knew his expectations and to  whom ho could confide his failure���������It waa  Kitty! It was to taste tho dregs of hia  humiliation* but it must be' dono! Ho  ran up the staircase and knocked timidly  at tbe sitting-room - door. Thore was a  momontary pauso and a weak voice said:  "Came in." Barker opened the door;  saw tho vision of a pair'of-tciarful eyes  that suddonly changed'to stony lndiffcv-  enco, nnd a graceful but stiffening  figure.    But ho  was past all insult now.  "I would not intrude," ho - said,  simply, "but -1 came only to seo ��������� your'  father. T havo mado an awful blunder  ���������moro thdif a blunder, I think���������a fHui?..  Believing that 1 was rich, I purchased  your father's claim for my partners and  gave him niy promissory note. ' I camo  here to give him back his claim���������for that  note can never-be paid ! I have just been  to the bauk; I find I havo made a stupid  mistake in tho name of the shares upou  which I based my belief in 'my wealth.  The ones I own are worthless���������I am as  poor as ever���������I am even poorer, for I owu  your father money I can never pay !".      .  To his amazement, ho-saw a look ot  pain  and   ecorn come into her troubled  .n '  HIT) AXYllODT PUT THIS UP ON YOC'f"  error. The stock of tho 'First' was called  in two years ago. No! You muaii tho  'Second,' for, of course, you've followed  tho quotations and an; likely to know  what stock you'r.i holding shares of.  Whon you go back tako a look at them,  and'you'll soo I am riglit. ".-  "But I brought tliem with me,", tiuid  Barker, with a slight (lushing as he felt  in his pocket, "and I a:u'quite sure thoy  aro tho 'First.' " He brought thom out  aud laid them on the desk before the  manager. -- ' .  Tho words "First Extension", were  plainly visible. Tue manager glanced  curiously at Barker and his brow "darkened.  "Did'anybody put this up on you," he  saldj sternly; "did your partners send  you hero with thUsiuff?"  "No! No!'-! said Barker, eagerly. "No  one! It's all my mistake I see it now,  I trusted to tho newspaper."  ��������� "And you mean to say you never examined the stock'nor the quotations,.nor  followed it in any way, siuco you iind  it?"  "Never," snid Barker,-"never thought  about it nt all, till I saw thc newspaper.  So it is not worth anything?" And to  the infinite surprise oi thc masngor then  was a slight smile on tis boyish face.  "I am afraid it is not worth the paper  it is written on," said tho manager,-  gently. '      ' -    ���������  The smile' on Barker's faco incrensod  to a little laugh which his wondering  companion could uot help joining.  "Thank you," said Barker, suddenly,  and rushed away.  "lie beats every thing!" said tlio manager, gazing after him. "D���������d if ho  didn't seem even pleased!"  He was pleased ! Tho burden of wealth  had fallen from his shoulders; the tlroad-  ful incubus that had weighed him down  ���������Vll-ra him."  i-  eyos, which ho had never seen before.  "This is a feeble trick," she said, bitterly; "It Is unlike you���������It Is unworthy of  you."  "Good God! You must believe met  Listen 1 It was all a mistake���������a printer's  error. I read in the paper that the stock  -for~tho-Flrst���������Extension mino-had gone���������  up, when it should have boon the Second.  1 had some old stock of. the . First which  I had kept for yoars,and only, thought of  when I read thc announcement - in ' tho  paper j this morning." I~swear to you���������"  - But it was unnecessary. Thoro1 was no  doubting the truth of that, voice���������that'  manner.- Tho scorn lied from Mixs Kitty's  eyes, gave place to u stare, and then suddenly changed to two bubbling blue .  wells ,of laughter. She went to-tho  window, and laughed. She sat down at  tho piano aud laughed. Sho caught up  her handkorchlof jand," hiding -half her  rosy faco iu it, laughed. She finally collapsed Into an easy chair and, burying,  her brown head in its cushions, laughed  long and confidentially until she brought  up suddonly. against a 60b, ana thon wus  still.  Barker was dreadfully alarmed. Ho  "bud heard of hysterics before^ Ho felt ho"  ought to do something. He moved cowards her timidly and gently drew away  her handkerchief. Alas! the, bluo wells  were running over now. Ho took her cold  hands in his;" ho knelt bo si do her and  passed his arm around her waist.- JIo  drew hor head upen ,hls shoulder. Ho  "was*" not suro that any of theso things  woro effective until sho suddenly lifted  her eyes to his with tho last ray of mirth  in them vanishing in a big. tear drop,  put her arms around his neck and sobbed:  "O Georgo!     You blessed   innoccntl"  An eloquent silence was broken by a  remorseful start from Barker.. "But I  must go and warn my poor partners,  dearest; there yet may .bo time; perhaps  they have not yet tnken possession of  your father's claim. "  "Ves, George, dear," said tho young  girl, with sparkling eyes, "and tell them  to do so at once !"  "What?"-gasped Barker.  "At onca���������do you hear���������or it may be too  Into!   Go quick."  "But your fathor���������oh, I see, dearost.you  will toil him all yourself, aud spare 1110."'  "I shall do nothing so foolish, George.  Nor shall you! Don't you seo the note  isn't duo for a month? Stop! Have yob  told anybody but paw and mei?"  "Only the bank manager."  Sho ran out of the room  and  returned  In a minute, tying tho  most enchanting  of hats by a ribbon under her   oval chin.  "I'll run over and fix bim," sho said.  ,   "Fix him?"   roturned Barker, aghast.  "Yes. - I'll say your wicked partners  bavo been playing a practical joke on  you, and he mustn't give you away.  He'll do anything for mo."  . "But my partners didn't. On tho contrary���������"  "Don't tell me, George," said Miss  Kitty, severely. "Tbey ought ncvor to  havo let you come here with that stuff.  But come! You must go at onco. . You  must not meet paw; you'll blurt out  everything   to   him', I know  you!   I'll  /  /-  /.  * -a fl  i  3l  Yi  -A'  i  ���������it I  j .1  "' :'l  ii  If  ...=-ii  ��������� JT7  'f  ill !;'.>-���������  rjesa: orrscu i���������  THE MINER NELSON, fc. C, SATURDAY, SEPT. n,. iSg7.  ||-V  ! i  tell him you could not stay to luncheon.  Quick, now; go. What?   Well, thero!"  Whatever it represent!!, tho exclamation  was apparently so protracted that Miss  Kitty was- obllaod to pu3h her lover to  tlio front landing boforo she could disappear by tho back stairs. But once in  the strocts Barker no longer lingered. It  was a good three miles back to thc gulch;  ho.might still reach lt by thc time bis  partners woro taking their noonday rest,  and he resolved that, although the messenger had prcccdod him, thoy would not  onter upon the claim until the afternoon.  For Barker, in spite of his mistress' injunction, had no Idea of taking what lie  couldn't pay for; ho would keep the  claim intact until something could be  settled. For tho rest, ho walked on  air! Kitty loved him! Tho acenrsod  wealth no longer stood betweon them!  Thoy wero both poor now���������everything  was possiblo .  The sun was bogluning to send dwarf  shadows towards tlio east whon he rench-  THEY LAUGHED WITH THEIR BACKS AGAINST  A THEE. ���������  ed the gulcl>- Here a now trepidation  seized him. How would his partners receive the news of his uttor failuro? Ho  was happy, for ho had gained Kitty  throught it. But they ? For a moment  it sooined to him that he had purchased  his happiness through their loss. He  stopped, took off his hat and ran his  lingers remorsefully through his damp,  curls.  Another thing troubled hini. He -had  reached the crest of tho gulch- where tho  old working ground was spread beforo  .nim like a map. Thoy were knot thore;  neither were they lying under tho four  pines on the ridge whero they'wore wont  to rest at midday. Ho turned with some  alarm to tlie new claim adjoining theirs  ���������but there was no sign of them there,  either. A sudden foar that thoy had,  after parting from him, given up the  claim iu a fit of disgust and depression  and departed, now overcame, hiin. Ho  clapped bis hat on his head and ran in  tho direction of thc cabin.  - Ho had noarly reached it when the  rough challengo of "Who's there" from  the bushes halted him, and Dcmorest  "suddenly swuug into tho trail. Butthe  singular look of sternness and impatience which he was woaring vanished as  ho saw Barker, and with a loud shout of  "AU right, its only Barkor! Hooray!"  he ran towards him.' In an instant he  was jolnod by Stacy from tbe cabin, and  the two men catching hold of their returning partner waltzed him joyfully  and .breathlessly into tho cabin. But tho  quick-eyed Domorest suddenly let- go his  hold and stared'at Barker's face. "Why,  Barker, old boy���������what's lipf".   ���������  "Everything's up,".gaspod the breath-  loss Barker. "It's all up. about the  stocks. It's all a mistake���������all an infernal lie of that newspaper.. I never had  tbe right kind of shares. The ones I have  ���������re worthless rags���������" and''tho next instant ho had blurtod out his whole Interview with the bank manager.  Tho two partners looked- at each other,  and then, to Barker's infinite perplexity,  'the same extraordinary convulsion ' that  had seized Miss Kitty fell, upon them.  They laughed, holding on each other's  shoulders thoy laughed, clinging to  Barker's struggling figure; thoy-wont  out and laughed with their backs against  a tree.-,v Thoy laughed separately, and In  ;different:corners.-i:^And-thttn-thcy-canie;  up to Barker with tears in their eyes,.  dropped their heads on his shoulder, and  murmured exhaustedly:  "You blessed ass!" ���������- '  "But," said Stacy, suddenly, "how  did you manage to buy the.claim?"  "Ah ! that's tho most awful thing,boys  ���������I've never paid for'lt, " groaned Barker."  - "But. Carter sent us the bill of salo,  persisted Demorest, "or we shouldn't  have taken it. "-  "I gave my promissory note at thirty  days," said Barker, desperately, 'land  -Where's tho mouey to come from, now?  But," ho" added, wildly, - as the, men  glanced at each othar, '-'you-said 'taken  it*   Good heavens! "you  don't mean to  "HEFT IT," SAID DEMOREST, GBIMXY.   "  say   that   I'm   too   late���������that    you've���������  you'vo touched it?"  "I reckon that's pretty much what wo  have been doing," ..drawled Domorest.  "It looks uncommonly like it, " drawled Stacy.-  Barker gazed, blankly from tho ono to  tho other. "Shall wo pass our young  friend in to see tho show?" said Demorest to Stacy. ir  ��������� "Yes, if he'll be perfectly quiet .and  not breathe on tho glasses," returned  Stacy..  Thoy each gravely took one of Barker's  hands and led him to an old flour barrel on which stood a large tin prospecting pan, in which the partners also occasionally used - to knead their bread. A  dirty towel covered it Demorest whisked it dexterously aside and disclosed  three large fragments of decomposed gold  and quartz. Barker started back. "Heft  it," said Demorest, grimly. Barker  could scarcely lift the pan 1  "Four thousand dollars' weight If a  penny]"   said  Stacy, in short,  staccato  sentences. "In a pocket 1 Brought it  out tho second stroke of the pick! We'd  beeu awfully blue after you left  Awfully blue/ too, when that bill of sale  came, for wo thought you'd beon wasting your money on us. Reckoned we  oughtn't to tako it, but send it straight  back to you. Messenger gone! Thon  Demorest reckoned as It was done, it  couldn't be undone, and we ought to  make just ono 'prospect' on the claim,  and strike a single stroko for you. And  thero it is! And there's more on the  hillsido!  "But lt isn't mino!���������it isn't yours!  It's Carter's! I nover had tho money to  pay for It���������and I haven't got It now."  "But you gavo ihe note���������and It is not  duo for thirty days."  A recollection Hashed upon Barkor.  "Yos," ho said, with thoughtful simplicity, "That's what Kitty said."  "O, Kitty said so," said both partners, gravoly.  "Yes." stammered Barkor, turning  away with a heightened color, "and as I  didn't stay there to lunchoon, I think  I'd better bo getting it ready." Ho  picked up tho colleo pot and turned ,to  the hearth as his two' partners stepped  boyoud tho door.-.  "Wasn't it oxactly liko him?" said  Demorest .  "Him all over," said Stacy.  "And his worry over that note?" said  Demorost.  "Aud 'what Kitty said',"   said Stacy.  "Look here! I reckon that wasn't all  that Kitty said.'.'  "Of course not."  "What luck!"  The-End.  A Glance Abroad.  Australia has a population of loss than  5,000,000, but economists declare it could  support 100,000,000 with ease.  Lake Baikal, in Siberia, according to  recent Russian surveys, covers 15,300  square miles, is 5,021 feet deep in some  parts and is y80 miles from ono end of  its crescent to the otlier. It is the sixth  largest lake in tho world and the deepest  of all. Its level 13 1,5(31 foot abovo that  of the sea.  Potcr's pence collected in one weok of  September amounted to 130,000 francs  from Italy, 235,000 from Franco, 300,000  from Austria, 100,000 from Spain and  70,000 from Belgium. Besides, the Primate of Hungary and the Duke of Norfolk  each gave 50.000 francs, and tho Austrian  Archduke3 a large sum.  Ona ot Switzerland's mountain lakes,  the Macrjclen See, at the foot of the  Eggishorn,- was completely emptied in  ono night during tha hot spell in September. Tho lako was a mile long by a  sixth of a mile wldo and 130 feet dpop;  the water probably es. nped through  fissures In tho ice of the neighboring  glaciers.  Postage stamps in Macao form' a not  unimportant source, of revenue A new  set of stamps was issued during the  course of the year, with thc result that  the old issuo was much sought after by  . philatelists in all parts of tho world, the  simultaneous sale of both issues giving  1 thc impression that the old stock would  soon be exhausted and causing an appro*  . clable rlso in the stamp revenue.  The long-forgotten tomb of good King  Bone and Isabella of Lorraino, his first  wifo, was accidentally brought to "light  the othor day in tho Cathedral of Angers.  Isabella's tin coffin was not oponed, but  Reno's was. . A crown,' a scepter, an orb  ���������the insignia of his vain sovereignty  ovor. Naplos���������were found in Reno's leaden  coffin. As thoy woro covered with green  oxide, the gold used In making -them  must have boon well alloyed with copper.'  A girl named Slabon, callod , "the  Sleeping Girl of Sosnicza," is creating a  sensation in Upper Silesia. Sho fell ill  there about eight weeks ago of heart apoplexy, and lias suffered ever slnco from  hysteria. Sho professes to have recoived  direct communications from the Virgin  Maryland thousands havo beon Hocking  to her daily in the hope of witnessing  the '.'miracle,' in spite' of tho fact that  the priest has warned them that it is all  an illusion. Sho is - now in an insane  asylum. .. -  ���������iTho-P-ublio-.Hoalth and���������Housing-Com*  mittoe of tho London County Council  has prepared a scheme for tho Improvement of the area on the north sido of  thc Strand. It has a total extent of  three aiid a half acres, and In some parts  tho present population is upward of "800  to thc aero. Tho number of persons proposed to be displaced is 3,308, and provision can bo niade fer re-housing about  1,770 of those. - The not cost of the property to bo acquired under the scheme  is 51,071,250. j-  A deeper spot in the ".ocean, than any  yet known has boen rocently found by  H. M. surveying ship Penguin. Unfortunately tho observation was not com-  ploto, as a fault iu tho wire caused it to  break whon 4,1)00 fathoms had run out  without bottom having boen reached.  Commander Balfour reports - that this  occurred in latitude 23.40 south, longitude 175.10 wost. about sixty milos north  of a sounding of 4,428 fathoms obtalnod  by Capatln Aldrich In 1888. A previous  attempt to reach bottom had been foiled  by.a similar accident to tho wlro when  4,300 fathoms "' had passed out, and tho  rising wind and ooa proventcd any - further attempt at tho timo.  "\Ye Enjoy I.Ikenesg In Kuch Other.    .  What we truly enjoy In each other is  likeness, not unllkenuss. That is what  makes tho pleasure of good society. Thoro  Is no rest save on tho common ground. If.  I meet a man of different tradition, different religion, different race, different language, I am pleased with him for a moment, as I should be with a fairy., or an  amlablo goblin; but ho presently" bores  mo, whon tho surprise of him is over. I  find that we have no common ground. -  Tho perpetual yearning of our hearts' is for  intelligent response, and this can como  only from our equals,, from equality.���������  From "Equality as the -Basis of Good So-  ciety,"by W.D. Howells, In tho November  Century.  JjOviiiar the lord.  lt is evident .that we love all beings who  possess those principles or qualities of  mind nnd heart which are congenial to us.  Similarity of affection where It is not selfish is always a ground of conjunction between thoso who possess it. In tho various  relations of life we frequently meet with  those who love Tho samo things or the same  principles - that we do, and we are immediately drawn toward them, though wo  have never seen them before. There are  also many whom we havo never seen, but  of whom we have heard, whoso character  we know from their writings, or from the  records of history, for whom, wo feel a  strong degree ot affection. In the samo  way we can love tho Lord!���������Rev. Chaun-  ccy Giles.  '  BUY SHOES  AT A SHOE STORE  fKftF'gi.ggbgS^-  You are pretty sure then of getting tlie Best Shoe  value to be had. Wc .sell nothing else, and are  building our r. potation on our SHOE excellence  and Low  Prices.    '  ������     TRY us     a     ���������  We Mei-d Shoes.  370  TES NELSON SHOE CO.  USTIEXjSOIN"     ������  Planing Mill!  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTIKGS  SATISFACTION   GllAI{AlMTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.^^bsbs?  THOS. GRAY  FOE.  FRUIT JARS FHTJIT JARS  liememem'ber that we are.headquarters and that  \J will save money in getting them from us  In any quantities that may be desired  Xhe prices are right, as we received our  Jars at carload rat^s, and we.are  Able to sell theni cheaper than any other  lletailer in the Kootenay country  Snaps they are at our prices  NELSON, B. 0.  P. O. BOX 98  X'i GROCERS AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS  M. Des Brisay & Go.  F. C. GAMBLE, J. P. FRANCIS J. O'REILLY,  M. Inst. C. E. TVI. Can. Soc. C. K Assoc. M. Inst. C. K      P.L. S. for H. C.  M. Am. Soe. C. K. P. L. S. for 11. C. Rossland, li. C.  (Ijate.Ros.Kng. Dep. of Pub. Wks. of Canada in B. C.)  Nelson, B. C."  GAMBLE & O'RESLLY  Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,!  Accountants and General Agents  Agents Insurance Company, of Norlh America  NELSON A.M.) 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(*>*)  ASSAYING-  ->*#C UT   RATE S**3r  I am prepared  to make  accurate and   reliable assays upon  ores at the  following rates:  Silver, $ ..r>0   Silver and gold, 81.00   Silver, lead, gold and copper, 82.00  Gold.. ..1.00   Copper, 1.00'_Silver, lead and gold  1.50    "-���������  Ores may be sent by mail or express and all charges must be prepaid in  full.-'    The charges for the assaying must also  accompany the sample.  Mbney-furnished-to-prospectorstovdeVelop"their~claims"fc)r"atrinferest"in  same. Claims boughtand sold Good prospects stocked.. Prospectors  are invited to correspond with me. "     608  WALTER J. BROWN  NELSON, B. C.  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.  Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,  Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.  We are prepared to supply consumers with l  all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats at reasonable prices.  Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.    5.w  Thos. Dunn & Co., L'd.  DEALERS IN  IINEBS'  BLACKSIITHE' AND MILL SUPPLIE?  i;ak a.\j������ suixt iiio.v.  Ml.\i:US- SIIOYKLS.  jhi.m:i:s' vn it*.  wikk koi'ks.  km: am* kiii:������:t sti:kl,  .11 AXILLA  UOi>i:ti,  IH'.MAMITE   I I'SK ASU CAP.S.  ...QUICKSILVER,  Wnfe for Quotations. Cable Address. "-Dunn.''  (133) -V-^ZCsTCOTirVIEIR,.  IB. C  %%%%%%%%%^%%%%%%%%^  1  MANKl'OIIERS OF  Pip  Armstrong & Morrison  RIVETED STEEL  "ALL  S3ZES  GATES, MONITORS, ELEVATORS, ORE CARS, Etc.  4 Complete Water Works Onifit       __  ^ ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION !l  ^    7i5^^uW n7VANCOUVER,B.C.  i/%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%  much of your Shoe  is leather,���������workmanship���������and  how much of it is profit? The Shoe  you should buy and the Shoe most  dealers sell, differ as these proportions differ.- Your next pair will  have more leather value, and less  profit for. the dealer, if you see that it's'Goodyear  Welted, $3.50, 84.50, $5.50 stamped on the sole.  B^  Catalogue  Fact  stamped  "The Slater Shoe;  ������������  (ilLKBK tt WKLLS, Sole AsciiIh for Nelson. CSI     <;|tKKN ItltOS., Agent* nl KukIo.  Headquarters for  ELECTRIC   LIGHT  SUPPLIES.  DYNAMOS WATER WHEELS  MOTORS FIRE HOSE  ENGINES. WATER SUPPLIES  BOILERS CHANDLIERS     .  Estimates given and contracts entered into for the  entire systems.  Call on or write W. T; STEWARD,  Box"29 470 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, Nelson, B. C.  J.  HAS RECEIVED.A COMPLETE STOCK OF  WINTER and SPRING GOODS  TWEEDS,    SERGES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS  $25.dO AND  UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS.  90  NELSON,  B.C.  ICECREAM!   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Companies.  No.  of  Shares  Par  Valuo  NELSON.  Hull Mines   Exchequer   ROSSLAND.  . Alberta   Beaver   Big Three......   Butte   Brit. Can. Goldfields  B.C. Gold King....  Bluebird   Bruce   Caledonia Con   California   C.&C   Celtic Queen   Contrc Star   , Colonna   Commander   Crown Point   Deer Park.'.   Dclacola   I)clawaro   Kastern Star   Enterprise   Krio   Evening Star   Georgia   Gertrude   '��������� Giant ���������.....'.  Golden Drip   Golden Queen   Great Western   Hattie Brown   'Helen   High Oro   Homestake   Idaho   Imperial   Iron Horse'   Iron MasK   IXL   Independent    Josie   Jumbo   Knight Templar....  Kootcnay-Loudon ..  LeRoit   Lily May   Mayflower   Monita   Monte Cristo   Morning Star.   Nest Egg   Northern Bello   Novelty   O.K   Palo Alto   . Phoenix   Poorman   Red Mountain-view  It. K. Lee   Red Point   Rochester   Rossland, RcdMt..  Rossland Star   St. Elmo   St Paul   ���������  Silveriue   Sou'n Cross &W con  Sultana   Trail Mining Co���������  Union v���������  Virginia   War Eaglet   West Le Itoi   White Bear   - Young British Aiu'n  X AINSWORTH.  Dellie   I-  Ellen   ��������� BOUNDARY.   .  Old Ironsides.....���������  CAMP   MCKINNKV.  Cariboot   3oo,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  75o,ooo  3,000,000  1,000,000  2,5oo,ooo  1,000,000  Goo. 000  1,000,000  5oo,ooo  2,5oo,ooo  000,000  Too.ooo  000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  5oo,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  Soo.ooo  2,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  600,000  000,000  l.ooo.ooo  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  7oo,ooo  000,000  000.000  1,000,000  5oo,ooo  000,000  1,000,000  75o,ooo  1,000.000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  5oo,ooo  000,000  1,000,000  2,000.000  1,000,000  ,5oo,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  000,000  600,000  1,000.000  2,ooo  600,000  000,000  5oo,ooo  000,000  2,000,000  1,000,000  75o,ooo  1,000,000  l,ooo,ooo  800,000  Price.  REVELSTOKE.  Orphan Boy   slocan.  Alamo   Cumberland   Dardanelles....;'..  . Grey Eagle   Idler   Kootonay-Columbia  -Minnesota....-   Noble Five Con..  Rambler Con   Reco   Slocan Star   Sunshine   Wonderful   Washington   NORTnrORT.  Red Top   7oo,ooo  000.000  00,000  1,000,000  . 75o,ooo  1,000,000  ���������   4oo  1,000,000  1.2oo,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  5o,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  1  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  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  00  00  00  00  00  00  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  5 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  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  loo 00  1 00  1 00  1 OO  1 OO  1 00  1 00  1 OO  1 00  1 00  1 OO  1 00  fi 1 12s  ������oio  0 17 '  0 17  009  oou  0 10  0 10  0 10  0 10  005  0 05J  0 05  0 22  0 15  0 46  0 lfii  oou  0 12  OOWi  020  003  0 9i  0 16  0 8  0 15  0 15  0 16  020  0 11  0 7  0 i  0 01  0 07i  0 15}  030  12J  0 06  0 25  050  0   51  0 10  800  0 12  0 m  0 19  m  0 051  oos  0 10  0 2  004  0 09  0 16  OOS  0 10  0 12*  0 10  0 26  0 15  0 05J  0 10  0 05  0 20  0.10  006  0 11  0 20  0 16  0 061  0 11  0   71  0061  0 47  ^Rcd Rock���������J H Love to Love & Tryon, 1,  Caledonia���������J H Lovo to Love & Tryon, 1.  Sept 4���������  palouse, Niagara, Iron Mountain���������G Shea to  J A Gillie, i, $100.  Sept 7���������  Twin���������J Harrison to E F Picks, }.  .Klondike, Big Showing���������C Cameron to A  McFarlane and M McLachlan.  Port Entry���������J Omelia to J M Etnicr, 4-9.  Mulligan���������G Eichman lo S Nelson, j.  You Bet, Mountain View, Mineral Hill, The  Drummer���������E D Browno to O B Jones, i, $1,000.  Thorn���������F C Gamble tn Hall Mines Co. Ltd.  NEW   LOCATIONS.  1 oo  lo oo  1 00  1 oo  1 oo  loo oo  -���������l-oo  1 oo  1 00  ���������  1 00  50  lo oo  1 CO  1 OO  0 08  0 16  0 15  033  0 40  1 75  2 75  0 0.">1  0 27  1 oo    -0 10  tDividends paid to date are as follows: Le  Roi, 1525,000; War Eagle, $187,000; Cariboo,  ������150,000; Idaho $152,000; Slocan Star, $350,000;  Reco $150,000; Rambler $40,000. Alamo, Cumberland, Goodcnnugh and Noble Fivo have also  paid dividends.   .  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration is namod in transfers  the nominal gum of SI is to bo undcretood.  NeI������oii. '  August 27���������  Red Cap, Thornaby and Koystonc���������J T Armstrong to F Fletcher,'. $350.  .Aug 28- ."      ���������  liccky Sharp���������L Bccehcr to E   Cronyn,'},  $700. ������������������   - \,  ���������'  Old Calabor���������It Genu to W A Gallilicr. 1  $100.  '    "   ��������� <,    -.  Northern Light���������A B  Buckworth to [John  Dorsey. ~  ''     >  August 30���������"  Florence M, Chichonia���������J Purdy and H H  , Mack to A Ross, i,  ' Mollio Lee���������W N Mack to A Ross, \.  ��������� Santa Monica, Austin���������J  Hanchetto to J  | Thompson. $50.  Santa Monica, Austin���������J Thompson to J Ty-  | ner.  Santa Monica, Austin���������F Bergeou to F Van  i Houten.  Maudeen No. 2, Golden Queen, Golden Queen  I No. 2, Maudeen, Maudeen No. 3, Red Clay^  I Silver Blade. Ohio, Lady Babe, Silver Blade  No. 2, Lady Babo No. 2���������J S Baltz to G D  [Sankey, W2. "  | August 31���������  Buffalo���������M Morris to J Ward, J.  Lytton���������H McGlynn to J Ward, J.  Eclipse���������H S O'Connell to Ed Watson.  Royal Arthur���������A M'Aleester to W Peters,}.  fBept 1���������  Referendum.  Golden  Cross,   Katie���������Henry  iHermann to J Graden, 3-16, 55,000.  Sept 2���������  "Ella, X Kay, Rainy Day. Lucy A, Sunday  ilorning���������"W Partcer to Mrs F A Bate, 1-20,  L=200.  Payroll���������B E Gillespie toE LJfelson, 5-24.  |iept3���������  Rosa, Florence-^A Gayette to J A Quinlan, }.  Belle. Bully Boy-J A Quinlan to A Gay-  |tto. J.  Rosa. Belle, Florence, Bully Boy���������J A Quin-  in and A Gayette to J A Coryell, J.  Ida���������T Bradshaw to A S Kerr, J, $100.  Blackbird���������T Bradshaw to A S Kerr, i, $500.  CURIOUS BLACK SAND.  GREAT VALUE IN GOLD ON THE  SASKATCHEWAN BIVEB.  Fouud in Immense Quantities in Alberta  ���������WUcre  Does  It  tome   From?  Tbe Miner"* Theory.  \>Ison. _  August 27���������  Rose���������T Prudhomc, hd Rover ck.  Wangle Fraction���������D C McDoi.ald. hd Klondyke ck.  Victoria���������P Hjortman, M E Graham and U  W Kcech, hd s fk Hall ck.  Rebecca���������W W Kcech and C W Graham, on  Pcnalta mt. hd Copper ck.  Blind Pig���������W W Kcech and C W Graham,  Pcnalta mt, hd Copper ck.  Aug 28-  Granitc���������L R Blewctt, hd e fk 5 milo ck.  J IC���������H W Lane and W Connolly, n fk Salmon r, adj Robert J.  Klondike���������G Morris and W L Bannon, 3} m  up Hidden ck.  Arthur���������G Morris and W L Bannon, 31 m up  Hidden ck.   c  Woodside���������P J Glea'zer, s s and 1 mile up  Quartz ck.  Enterprise���������A' Anderson; on.e a and 8 ni up  6 mi ck adj Jumbow.  Esther���������F McPherson, w s River ck, I m below Whitewater miue.  Tescas���������A D Brenning, 1 mi n Sheep ck, adj  Rusty,  Jean Baptisto���������R Blundcll, on Sandy ck,  1,000 feet n Tough Nut.  First Relief-W G H Bell, A R Lode and W  G Carpenter, n fk Salmon r, 6 mi n Craigtown,  adj Collutnbos.  Aug 30-  Elk���������Wm Hcddle, hd Eagle ck, 3 mi s Poor-  man mine.  Frances���������W F Bi-ougtian. 1 mi n and fi mi up  6 mi ck.  Walkaway���������E L Lalta, Lower Arrow Lake,  e Little Deer Park. c  August 31���������  Hope���������C J Anderson, n s and 4 mi up Barrett ck.  - Native Copper���������J T Payne, n s Salmon r, adj  2d Relief.  Cumberland���������G W McCormiek, hd Hall ck, 8  mi fm Hall siding.  Blue Bird-D Duer, hd Hall ck, 8 mi fm Hall  siding, adj Cumberland.  Bed Rock���������R M Reeves, Iron mt, at. Lost ck.  Red Seal-J E Wize. w sand II mi up Wild  Horse ck, adj Anaconda.  Kalispell���������J II Young, n s Toad mt, adj Bid.  Sept 1��������� "  Fidalgo���������-E L Knudson, Granite ck, off n fk  Salmon r.  Porto Rico���������W Rippin, bet c fk of n fk Salmon r and Stewart ck.  Rico���������P Gambling, bet e fk of n fk Salmon r  and Stewart ck.  Maggie���������L D Crowe, Whiskey ck.  Alice���������N N Natt'cstead, Whiskey ck.  Rainbow���������W G Robinson, w s 4i������ ck, adj May  Flower.       -     .  A  LAHDEATI  BONANZA-  The A������sfiy-I* ShI*1 lo Hnve (>lvcn Bciiiarb-  able> Rcnullg.  D. AV. McVicar during the past week  has been displaying some samples of ore  from the Lardeau district and rd assay  certificate which have excited considerable comment. Tbe ore is from the Olive  May, Little Fred and three other claims  owned by Lade brothers and Arthur  Gunn and the assay certificate gives a  value of H$}4 ounces in gold. Calculated  at $20 per ounce, the result shown is  $2,960 per toe The ore shows-iron  pyrites and graphic tellurium nnd according to tbe statement of Mr. McVicar  it was taken from an 8-foot ledge, lie  does not know- the width of the pay  streak. There are three different ledges  on the group and were discovered about  one mouth ago. Two tons have been  shipped to the Nelson smelter for testing  and a large sample lias been placed ou  exhibition in the Bank of British Columbia. Mr. McVicar states that the ore is  identical witli that taken from Boulder  creek.  Waived Extradition.  James Hardy, .alias Jesse B. Roper,  alias J, Taylor, the mun who is wanted  in Biixter county, Arkansas, for tlie  huuder of Sheriff G. A. Byler, waived  extradition last -Monday and was  taken to Northport" by Constable Ince  where he was turned over to Sheriff  Lewis Cass Smith of Arkansas. The  prisoner waived extradition at the  suggestion of his counsel who told him  that sooner or later he would have to  fight the case out in Arkansas and he  could only delay matters a few clays  by refusing to waive this right.  Ail vice from Yubou.  J. P. Kobertson. of the London and  British Columbia Gold Fields states that  he has received late advices from his  AlaskaD expedition, to the effect that it  is steadily pushing forward and hopes to  reach Dawson city next month. The  trip has been a most uncomfortable one  but no accidents have occurred to retard  its progress. The equipment of the expedition includes everything necessary to  the comfort of tbe men and is probably  one of the best outfits now on the way to  the. gold fields.  THE EOSSLAND ASSAULT.  This week Mr. Harold Gruner, of Calgary, who is on a visit to East Kootenay,  showed the Miner while passing through  to Fort Steele, some of the famed black  sand found in the Saskatchewan river  near Edmonton, in the district of Alberta,  which analysis has proved to be exceedingly rich in gold. The sand is far from  golden in its appearance. It looks like  a mixture of black and grey sand mingled together. It is impregnated with  tiny pebbles and minute pieces of rock.  It is very heavy in bulk. It is found in  tbe bed of the river and the area where  it is found is some miles in extent. The  deposits do not appear to be growing  much less as they are quickly renewed by  successive floods when the waters of the  river become high. Several companies  have been formed to treat this sand so  as tn obtain from it the'great amount of  gold that exists in it. Crushing, amalgamation or extraction by means of quicksilver have been attempted. This process  has not been a complete success. Another process has been tried of treatment by  the action of fire, roasting and smelting,  but the Miner does not know with what  result.  The analysis or assays made go as high  as $400 per ton. There are millions of  tons. The great problem to be solved is  how to extract the dollars from the tons.  The Bearcher after wealth among its particles is so busy with the solution of this  problem, that he does not pay much attention to the question���������where does tbis  gold sand come from ? This is a geological and scientific question. There are no  quartz reefs near.' The only thitig approaching rook, nre some immense boulders scattered about. A scientific theory  is that these have drifted away from  Hudson's Bay in the glacial age. Ibis  may be so but they do seem to have  brought the gold with them, because examination has proved so far as it has  gone, that there is uo gold quartz in nny  of them. While the Miner is interested  in this latter question, it is much more  interested in the solution of the problem  how to get " the sugar out ot the sand,"  because in certain of tbe rivers aud  streams of East Kootenny there are similar deposits of this sand which have  been proved to be rich in gold. There are  deposits in Blaeberry creek iu the Donald division in the northern part of East  Kootenay. The Blaeberry deposits are*  nearly opposite the Saskatchewan deposits on the other side of.the Rockies.  The Miner's theory is���������and the Miner  is generally correct���������that those sandy de-  po its come from the gold deposits in the  Rockies. The sources, which are many,  of the head waters of the Saskatchewan  lie far away in among these, mountains.  The opposite side of the Rockies has  been^proved both in placer and quartz,  and there is no reason why these depos-  its.should.notextend- through the mountains to the eastern side. On the contrary, geologists will tell you the formation is the same and that therefore tbe  quartz ledges must be of the same character. The fotks and tributaries.of the  Saskatchewan ruu with "considerable velocity, and the river is not a slow moving  stream until it is far away from the  mountains. The carrying force of water  is great. Rocks and boulders can be  moved long distances through its agency.  The gold is flour gold and can be more  easily and readily carried along. But the  question may be very aptly put, why do  the deposits occur where they do? why  should they .bo at those particular places?  The character of the earth will readily  account for this. Certain portions of the  earth possess great magnetic attractions  and it may be and is in all probability at  these places where these magnetic properties exist that the deposits,aro made.  ���������Golden, B. C, Miner.  COftfcIlo-Croiijn AhhuuH t'������xe  t<> be  Tried  Kvforc the Next Assize.  In the next court of assizes which convenes iu October, Pr.ter Costello, a fore1  man in the employ ot Contractor Davey  of Rossland will be tried for an assault  upon Edward Cronyn, barrister.  The assault was the direct outcome of  the inquest over the remains of James  Youngclause, who was killed by a cave-in  of the sewer over which Costello was in  charge. The friends of Mr. Youngclause  wero represented before the corouer's  jury by J. A. McDonald, of the law firm  of McDonald & Cronyn. Tho entire case  hung on the point as to whether or not  the contractor and the foreman had used  proper precautions against such accidents  as the one that killed the deceased. To  secure expert evidence on this point, Mr,  Cronyn, the legal partner of Mr. MacDonald, visited the scene of the accident  about two o'clock in the afternoon with  David Lawson, a contractor of thirty  years experience.  It was the intention to have Mr. Law-  son look over the sewer at the point  where the fatality occurred, with the  view ef discovering whether or not the  nature of the soil demanded precautions  that were not taken. As the coroner had  placed a guard over the spot, Mr. Cronyn  -applied for au order from Coroner Bowes  authorizing the bearer to inspect the  sewer. This was readily secured, aud  the twe walked down to the ditch in  front of tbe International, where Youngclause was killed.  Mr. Costello saw them coming and  when Mr. Cronyn stated their errand and  showed the order from the coroner, he  curtly replied that as the order was good  for the bearer Lawson could not go into  the ditch. Mr. Cronyn then asked one  of the bystanders to go down into the  sewer, but as he declined the attorney  jumped down himself and scooped up a  handful of earth from the bottom of tbe  ditch. As he was getting out of the  sewer, it is said that Costello endeavored  to kick the earth out of tbe hand of  Cronyn, but missed his calculation, bis  foot striking Cronyn on the side of the  head, knocked him senseless.  The case will be one of wide iuterest,  as all parlies are well known throughout  this section. -    - .  The Waterworks. -  Notwithstanding the heavy rains of  last week the grading for the new city  waterworks flume is completed, and the  work of constructing the fiume has been  commenced. This work has been retarded to a certain extent by the poor quality  of lumber which come3 from Ymir. In  some instances ns many as fifty knots  have been coumedo in one piece of timber. The iron pipe for the mains, which  comes from McKiesport, Pa., will be on  the ground by the 15th inst., and Engineer McCulloch confidently expects to  have tbe water turned ou for city use by  Novembej 1st.  Xcw .Jail and IN Warden.  Work ou the new provincial jaii, a  detailed account of which appeareil iu  The Mineb in its issue of August 21, bas  been commenced ou block 65 adjoining  tbe log cabin where Magistrate Fitzstubbs formerly held court. Block 49  had beeu reserved by the government ns  a jail Bite and the change of location was  probably due to the petition from thc  council asking that it be not established  in the resident portion ot the city. Mr.  N. Fitzstubbs has been appointed warden  of tbe new jail at a salary of 8100 per  month, dating from -Augast 19th.  752  A WORD^r*  TO THE  WISE-  - Get prices from tho ���������  KASLO DRUG CO.  *   Before you buy your   Paints or Wall Paper  Do You Want a Home?  8350���������A cosy little cottage and two  choice lots situate in Hume Addition,  ground all cleared for lawn or garden.  Grand view of the lake. Terms���������  Applv at office of  T. G. PROCTER,  Baker street, Nelson,  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office:  NELSON   AND   ROSSLAND, B. C.  140  T. G. PROCTER,  i Mines,  BAKER STREET,  Nelson,  B. C.  5 doors west of Bank of Montreal, P. O. Box 229.  OFFICE OF THE  Kootenay Valleys Co., Ld.;.  -AND-  Balfour Brick Yard Co.  Owners of property in Nelson should send in  a list of their lots for r ale, as 1 have customers  ready to purchase Nelson property at a reasonable figure. .    . 746  Do you want Tyiie? Do you want Ink?  Do you want to trade I'retmeK? <  Do you want to trade I*aprr Cullers?  Do you want anything in the Printing Machin  cry line?  If so write to  TOKONTO T1PK fOII.VUKV CO.  609 530 Citrdova St., Vancouver, B. C.  STEAM LAUNCH  FOR SALE  The "Myrtle B," now running on the Slocan river, Slocan City. Length, 30 feet, by  6 foot beam. 4x4 engine. All  in good order. Particulars of  owner.    Selling Cheap.  C. BENJAFIELD,  742 Slocan City.  NEWS OF AINSW0BTH.  Work    on    1 lie   Concentrator   i������   Reins  Slomllly I'uKbeil.  Aiusworth, Sept. 7.���������Morden & Gar-  vey have just completed a -fine two-story  hotel nnd are now ready for business.  The hotel is plastered.throughout nnd it  is furnished in good style. The proprietors gave a graiid opening last week  which was attended by every one in the  vicinity.  Mr. Maxwell Stevenson has his concentrator buildings nearly completed nud  has four car loads of machinery now at  Nelson waiting to be cleared f/om the  custom house. Mr. Stevenson is goiug  right along with his concentrator and  tramway aud pays no attention to the  silver scare. ,  There was a slight land slide above  town this morning, it' carried away R.  McLeod's. back kitchen and made him  get out,of bed rather quickly. There is  another-slide~sta"r"ted which-mny~move a  couple of other cabins but will not do  much damage if it does come down.  Quite a number of new residences bave  gone up this summer, nnd things were  looking very bright .here before the  silver scare struck us, but it has been  rather qniet since.  J. IL Falconer, of Victoria, is in town  this week organizing a lodge of Independent Order of Foresters. They, will  hold their organization nicetiDg Wednesday eve.  Jacob Fiuk, manager of IT. Geigerich's  store, is leaving Ainsworth to tako charge  of a store iu Fort Steele for his brother.  Mr. Dixon of Kaslo is taking his place  here.  Most of thc miues nre still working and  shipping ore, only oue or two small prospects have stopped work and Ainsworth  will be a lively littlo town this winter.  The school trustees are haviug grouud  cleared up for a new school house site,  and will have a school house built iii less  thau a month.  "We have a resident doctor here now,  Dr. Lambert from Rossland, and we hope  to have a hospital built here in the near  future.  -Mr. Earnest Harrop is putting up a  couple of houses to'rent.  W. A. JOWETT  MINING and     ^  Real Estate      w  Broker..         ��������� m^  NELSON, B. C.  Has for immediate sale���������  Lots 17 and 18,  Block  10,  Nelson  "    6-������������    7,     !/     17,  " . 19                     "      66,  The above are unimproved.  of liai6Mt:;  IN THE  Scavenger Business,  Having purchased the Scavenger  Business  of Mr.  G. H. Owen,   we'  respectfully request a continuance of  c    ���������  the patronage heretofore extended  to Mr. Owen, and will guarantee to  both old and new patrons  Entire Satisfaction.  rn  RAGLESS & NELSON.  NOTICE.  J  S HEIIKBY given l hat sixty days aftor date,  I uhall apply to the Chief Commissioner  Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following ' described lund, situate  near tho south end of Kootenay lake:  Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot  883. O. 1, Kaslo and Slocan Ity land, thenco  east 40 chains, thence north 40 chain*, thenco  West'40 chains, tlicncc norlh W chains, thenca"  west 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence  west 40 chains, thence north 20 chains, thenco  west to thc shore of Kootenay lake, thence following the shore cf said lake to point of commencement, containing GI0 acres more or less.  (Signodl      A. ST. G. HAMKU3LEY. '  West Kootenay, 30th A ngitst, 1S97. 753 ���������  CALIFORNIA MIXfillAL CLAIM.  ATLANTIC  Steamship Lines  -' From Montreal.  Parisian���������Allan Line  July 21  Carthaginian���������Allan Line July 31  Labrador���������Dominion Line I. ..July 31  Scotsman���������Dominion Line July 17  Lake Winnipeg���������Heaver Line Julv 21  Ontario���������Beaver Line Jul}- 28  From Xiiw York.  Teutonic���������White Star Line July 11  Brittianic���������White Star Line :. ..July 28  Paris���������American  Line July 28  St. Paul���������American Line.'.  Aug.  1  Campania���������Cunard Line July 17  Aurania���������Cunard Line July 23  Mongolian���������Allan State Line Jul}- 23  State of Nebraska���������Allan State Line Aug. li  Friesland���������Red Star Liue Aug.  4  KenMngton���������Red Star Line .'. Aug.ll  Cabin, $45, 550. SCO, $70, ?80 and upward*.  Intermediate, $&) and upward-'.  Steerage. ?23.50 and upwards.  Passengers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland.' and at s-pecially low  rates to all parts of tlie Kuropean continent.  Prepaid passage? arranged from all poinls.  Applv  to  GKO.  S.   UKKR,   C.P.R.  Ticket  Agent. Nelson, or to.     WILLI A.M STITT.  (554)   General Agent, C.P.R. Ofllces, Winnipeg.  Also Lot 4, Block 12, Baker Street,  with Two-story Block, rented  for $65 per month.  ������ A   Good  Investment.  Situate is tiik Nklson Mining Division ok  >> ��������� -  West   Kootena.vy    Distkict.    Where  Located���������Ox. the Nokth Slope of Toad  Mountain,  adjoining the Exciiequkk  Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICK that I, J. M. i\TcGrcROr, acting  as agont for 1". Cherbo, Free Miners Certificate No. 78130, intend, sixty days from thc  day hereof, to apply to thc Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of tho abovo  claim.  Ai d further lake notice that action; under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  J. M. McGKKGOR.  Dated this 2til.li day of July, 1897  709  THIS SPACE  Is reserved for  A. Ferland & Co%%%%%*  who are now opening out a large antl  complete stock of Staple aud Fancy  Dry Goode, Clothing, Gents Furuish-  - ings, Boots and Shoes.  WATCH FOR BARGAINS.  745  Call and see the.  Aberden Stoves  And Ranges  -AT THE-  NELSON  HARDWARE  CO. ���������  ... *       *  A Complete Assortment of Table and. Pocket Cutlery, Granite  733 and Tin Ware, etc.      ������"   "   ���������  Joseph A  LUMBER!  Sai) Ward  "Ail  kinds  of  Rough  and  Dressed  Lumber,  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  , *       ���������*     PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES. ' j fc ���������  PILOT BAY, B. C.  567  C. E. MALLETTE & CO.  Wholesale and Eetiil Dealers in  Hay, Grain,Feed.& Produce  'Rough and Dressed Lumber  .     Sash, Doors, etc.  BAKER STREET  Premises lately-Occupied by  A. McDonald & Co. . (707)  NELSON, B. C. T ^-.-m-B^n-n^-H-^  1'HE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPT. u, 1897.  i '  COMMITTED FOE TEIAL.  ma  Padily Miles Forcibly tutors flic Kootenny  Lake (ieueral Ilonpllnl.  On Thursday morning John Miles, an  old resident of Nelson, and better.known  as Paddy Miles, was brought before  Magistrate Crease, in the municipal  court, on complaint of Mrs. Binney,  matron of the Kootenay Lake General  Hospital, who charged him with making  a forced entrance iuto the .hospital building on-Wednesday night.  It appears that Miles, in an intoxicated  condition made a -visit to the hospital on  Wednesday evening to see a female  patient by the name of .McDouald. Fearing that trouble would result if he were  admitted, as on a previous occasion he  had beeu in court for assualt upon the  woman, Matron Bluney refused to allow  Miles to enter the house. He then forced  an entrance, and began using vile and  abusive language to all whom he met.  Many of the patients, fearing that they  would receive bodily harm appeared  upon the scene, clad in their night robes  and armed witb pokers and clubs. Miles  was finally ejected from the house, after  which Mrs. Blaney barricaded the door  with a heavy operating table and with  fear and trembling remained on guard  for a second attack. Chief Wolverton  was summoned at once and Miles was  taken into custody.  The court committed tbe prisoner to  jail to await the action of the grand jury.  MINING TRANSFERS.  Whore no consideration is named in transfers  the nominal, sum of 81 Is to be understood.  Knslo.  Sept 4���������.  'Lone Star J,.Last Chance i, Bunker Hill and  Milford Star���������Sidney Adams to Thco'F Adunis  and A F Adams.  Ex-Champion and Pick Up���������Hugh McKay to  Arthur Goodenough. power of attorney.  I X L���������Sidney Warren to Geo Parkinson,  i.?5.  Jlaple Leaf���������L S Cass to Mrs Mary Fassett, J.  DtTtfOAN  BIVER  NOTES.  Tbe Kaslo and Slocau Surrryors at  Work  on n New Line.  A shaft is being sunk on the Wagner  group on Hall creok about 10 miles from  the head of Kootenay lake. The principal, value is silver and the property is  looking well.  The tellurium ore find at the head of  Gaynor oreek on Duncan slope is attract-1  ing general attention and one assay secured by the owners showed a value of  $11,480 iu gold per toe.  lhe Gold Hill Development Company  has had 30 men at work all summer with  headquarters on the peninsular in Hou-  ser lake. The company' has made a  number of good locations on Bear  Greek. ".''���������'  On Hammell creek, McLeod nnd McDonnell have a big galena showing  whioh is being negotiated for by a Mr.  MeEwen. The lead is 9 feet in width  with galena all through it aud a 16 inch  streak of groy copper. All the ore is  Baid to average 155 ounces.  D. li. McLean, of Sandon, was in .Nelson' last Wednesday and furnished some  interesting information about the Duncan river and Trout Lake districts. He  says that a party of surveyors is working  back of Duncan city and they are believed to be employed by the Kaslo and  Slocan load in the establishment of a  line from the head of Koolenay lake to  Trout lake.  New Itauver.  August 27���������  Forest Fire���������Win A Van Tassel to Jessie Helena Neilson. J.  August 28���������  American Boy- Sebastian Haas and Eugene  Dcnzcl to Tho American Boy M & M Co.  Joker Fraction���������Robert ..Langill to Wm Callahan.  August 30���������  Black Knat Fraction���������Joseph A Otto to F H  Lautz, J.  Omega Fraction���������Thos J Donahue toJothro  A Smith.  Braid���������Julius Riser and Wm Braid to Reginald Strangeway.  August 31���������  Sultana���������C M Cowper Coles to Chas C Rashdall,  Iron Mask���������J A McDonell to Chas C Rashdall.  Kootenaian���������Frank M O'Brien to Wisconsin  Consolidated Mines, Ltd.  Sept 2-  Sincher i, Sinchcr Fraction I���������Geo W Hughes  to Alfred W McCune.  Sept 3��������� ��������� ���������  Dixie Hummer���������Phillip J Uickey to'Wm H  Yawkey, 4. $2,500,  Emporium���������J D Farrell to W 11 Yawke, },  $200.  Baushec, Roulette, Mountain Lilly, Lucky  Move and Rebound���������Hector A Ross; Thos Wall  and Daniel McRae to John Vallance.  Kasa���������P J Uickey to Sunshine Mining Co.  Emporium Fraction���������P J Hickey. to J1) Farrel, 1. <>  Dixie Hummer���������Same to same, J, $2500.  Cross Roads���������D R McLean to S K Green.  Fidelity���������F L Byron to L F Holtz, J.  "  Cracker Jack���������L F Holtz to F L Byron, J.   ^  Same���������LF Holt? to AS Williamson, J. ,  Fidelity���������F L Byron to same, J.  Holoiso���������W D Horton to IlGreen.  Sept i���������  C PR���������Henry Hewer to Angus Mathcson, ������.  Silver Moon-L E Dillcr to Wm Glynn, bill of  sale in escrow.  Sept 7��������� :   ���������    ���������  Sincher���������Geo W Hughes to Peter Larsen, 1-12  Green Mountain No 2���������Jas M M Benedum to  Albert Doring, $80.  Cjokadero���������A Guichct, Bear.ck, i mi from  Kootenay crossing, on C fc K Ity.'   -  Kazino���������C Guichct, Bear ck, 3 mi ri Kootenay crossing, on C & IC Ry, adj Merrill. .  Merrill���������J Guichct, Bear ck, 3 mi n Kootenay  crossing, ori C 8c K. Ry, adj Ka/.ino.  Invincible���������WII Sehwerdfegcr, w s Eai������lo ck,  I mi above Poorman mill, adj Royal Arthur.,  Royal Arthur���������J L' Stamford, w s Eagle ck,  II nii'above Poorman mill, adj Bcllcrophon.  .   Bcllcrophon���������W Ileddlo, w's Eagle ck, IK mi  s Poorman mill, adj Royal Arthur.  Dolly May���������F West, J mi e and } mi up West  creek. ,-.  Sept 7-  Wiiisome���������F Grantham, n s Wild Horse ek, 2  mi fraJfS: FS lt, ndj Gertrude ��������� -  Eldorado���������J Brean and F Grantham, s w s j  and i mi up s fk Porcupine ck, adj Daisy Bell, j  Bearer���������W Lachlan, Boulder ck, 1 mi s Sum-'  mit, adj Big Showing. |  Klondyke���������J JI Bailey, hd of 0 fk of 11 fk Sal-'  mon r, IJ mi w Porto Rico. ���������    . |  Siena���������P II Peterson, Mt Vernon, at Lost ck,  ad.i Nevada. I  Exilhor-T C Dundee, w s N- & F S R and 2i '  mi n-Ymir, adj Lansing.   " j  Lansing���������A J Campbell, 0 s N & F S R, 21 mi >  n Ymir,"adj Exither.  . |  Lamar���������11 B Martin, Wild Horse mt.'limh  up Wild Horso ck, adj Boyal Oak. j  i Kaslo���������E M Lloyd, Deer ck, 2 mi 11 Deer Park 1  Landing. '��������� '  My Emma���������Nelson Poorman Gold, Mining  Co Ld, near Eagle ck, n of and adj White." j  Blare Athol���������A Richtcr. Iron mt, s Sheep  ck, ndj Empress of India. |  Banner���������R O Nelson, s s w fk Anderson ck,  2000 ft w Buckthorn. - I  Thorn��������� F C Gamble, Morning mt, H mi fin  Silver King. |  Tcna���������XV H Seaman, 11 mi tra n s and 5 mi up  7 mile ck, adj Mary Bell. .   , .1  ��������� Mary Bell���������A Kennedy, 11 mi fin n sand 5 mi-  up 7 milcck, adj Amo. ...        I  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  RETURNSFOK1897 UP TO DATE.  OBE EXPORTED.  From Slocan via Kaslo...'   Slocan via Nakusp   ���������Rossland via Northport..  liossland via Nelson   .21,4331  .  10W  .. !������,30!)}  ..     52  31,8851  Tons   Total Value:  Through Nelson Custom House.$ 2,0:10,598.18  Ro.elstoKC (Nauusp)...       421,8;HJ.(S5  2.455,4*1.83  Average value per ton, $70,158  PRODUCE OF SMELTKK8. ,  (Shipped)  TONS  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte 15U7  Trail Smeller Matte    3UU1  5531  Total value, $2,732,019.31  "    " .of ore and matte exported, $5,1S7,454.14  ������-^xxs^sss^ssss^  ORE  SHIPMENTS.     .  Heturns Since Last Week.  ��������� VIA. KASLO.  Surprise to Everett      17  ...     .....     _ . 35()  -51  32  GO  10  125  Rambler to Tacoma     30  Payne Mine to Puoblo, Col   Black Diamond to  Washington to Omaha..  Slocan Star to Omaha   Noble Five  Whitewater to Everett...  Great Western  Ibex to  Wakeflold to  to Aurora.  46  4G  4ti  NEW  LOCATIONS.  ATHABASCA SHIPMENTS.  Tbe   Last Smelter Keturu Gave Over $0T  Fer Ton..  The shipment from . the Athabasca  mine last week consisting of 29 tons, gave  a smelter return of 897.70 per toe.  ^notlier~Tshipment~of 30"ton������ "is 'expected  . to arrive at the smelter today, and will  be followed by others within a few days.  Twenty-seven men are now being employed at the. mine .and only a portion of  the ore taken out is being shipped, the  balance, which is wholly free milling,  being put to one side for treatment in  the mill which will probably be erected  during the winter. Tbe mine is in first  class working order and everything is  running as smoothly as could be wished.  Important   Lcicnl Opinion.  A question touching the legality of  notices of improvement, on which the  issuance of crown grants are based,  was discussed in Mr. Justice Drake's  court on Wednesday. Tlie opinion  handed down' was to the effect that  when a notice of intention, to apply  foi- a certilicate of improvement contains the notice of application-of more  than one mineral claim, Lhe notice is  illegal. The argument before the  court on Wednesday was on the motion of the "Contact and Excelsior"  mineral claims for leave to issue writ.  The Excelsios people" applied for a certificate of improvement on which to  obtain a Crown grant, but on account  of tbe illegality- of the notice as it ap-  : peared in the Gazette, the Judge allowed the "Contact" owners to bring  their motion, for leave to issue writ. .  Nelson.  Sept 1���������  Trumpet���������J L Stamford, hd Eagle ck; 31 mi  fm Poorman mill, adj Elk,  Rose Quartz���������II B Perks, Lost ck trail, bet  Wadwcga min claim and Peterson's camp.  Copper King���������H B Perks, s e side Lost ck, J  mi s Trail and Lime cks."  Sept 2-  Gophcr���������II C Sharp, divide, bet Porcupine  and Hidden cks, 1 mi ri Hidden ck.  Topsy���������H McQuada, divide, bet; Porcupine  arid Hidden cks, adj' Red Rose. ��������� :-v.  Rusty���������K A Roberts, n s and 3 mi up Sheep  ck, adj Bryan claim on south, ���������        "  Bryan���������T A Gosscttj n s and 3 mi .up Sheep  ck, adj Rusty "on north.  Brighton���������J Baughen, ��������� e s n fk' Hall ck, 2 mi  fra Hall siding!  Sept 3��������� _.  Crouch Hall���������F P Clark, s s Quartz ck, 1 mi  fm Ymir. '   ' '  Last Link���������R Kellogg, 10 Lind, A Anderson:  3 mi h Ymir and 600 ft fm N & F S R, adj Early  Bird.  Willie���������J L  Stamford, Eagle ml, six mi s  Kootenay crossing, adj Trumpet.  Sept 4-  Primrose���������J A Smith, 2 mi e N & F S R, 5 mi  nYmir.  ', Woodbine-J A Smith, 2 mi c N & F S R, 5  mi n Ymir, adj Queen of the Hill.        "  -  Robert E Lee���������A Manser, n s Irqn���������mt, bet  Total value. Sfi5.838.18  Average value per ton, $77,274  VIA   .KOKTIirOHT.  Iron Mask GM Co to U.S.A.  Total value, $978.75.  Average value, $21.75  852  45  RIGHT GOODS  AND  RIGHT PRICES  Well Selected Diamonds, Pearls and Opals  In Kings, Brooches, Scarf Pins, etc.  NEW ASSORTMENT OF SILVERWARE    m     $  ������   ������   ALL WATCH REPAIRING GUARANTEED  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson, B.CJ  CANADIAN PACIFIC EAILWAY  .a.:n-:d soo pacific line.  The most direct route to  All Points in Canada  United States and Europe.  w  *  CONTRACTORS.  Tenders addressed to "Trustees Methodist  Church" will be received up to six o'clock, p.-  ni. on Friday, September 17. for tho enlarging  of the Methodist Church. Plans and specifications may be scon at Jno. A. Turner & Co.'s  store on and after noon on Monday, Septl 13.  Lowest or any tenders not necessarily accepted. ' ���������...-.     ."58  LICENSES ACT.  I hereby give notice that thirty days after,  the thirteenth day of ^September, A.' D, 1897,1  intend to apply to the Government Agent at  Nelson,.in the West Kootenay Division, for a  transfer of my license", dated tlie ninth 'day of  March, A. D. 1897, to sell liquor by retail-in the  premises known as the Northern hotel, situate  on .lot 9in block 4, in Salmo, in the district  aforesaid, from myself to Manuel S. Bittcn-  court, of Salmo aforesaid, proprietor of tho  said Northern hotel. -���������  W. T. BEADLES.  Dated at Salmo, B. C, the 9th day of September, A. D. 1897. 759.  Lost and Sheep cks.  NOTICE.  In the Supreme Court of British Coluriibia.  In thc matter of Thc Winding up Act and  in the matter of The Nelson Sawmill Company,  Limited.  .Notice.is hereby given that by an Order of  the Supreme'.Court of British'.CoIumbiain the  above matter dated tho eighth day of September, 1897, on tho petition of John Anthony  Turner'it was ordered-that thc above named  company should be wound up under the provisions of tho "Winding up Act."  MACDONALD & JOHNSON,  r       of Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.,  (755) Solicitors for the said Petitioner.  ]<atcd at Nelson, 11. C, this ninth day of September, 1897.. - ['. iv   -(������������������>  PIANO -  FOR SALE  -    Sweet Tone, ."  Handsome Mahogany Case;'  Cabinet Style,  Slightly used-and in good order.  . Price $295 Cash...:  756-���������Address-Ty'MTrPr 0~Box^  MATTE AND BULLION.  (Shipped.)  Trail Smelter [Matte]   ,,      Hall Mines (Matte)   -'  Total Value $S7,988.9S  METAL QUOTATIONS.  79  JM  1731  , S6pt.-  SlIAER..  ' (Bar)  Lead..  52..  NKW YORK.  8       9       10  .543....53 ...53J..  4.00..4.00...4.00..1.00..  Exchange $4.35 @ $4.40.  AUCTION- SALE  Of Household Effects  John W. Carwin, having decided  to return to England, has instructed  Messrs. Chas. A. Waterman & Co.  to sell by Public Auction at the residence, corner ..of Stanley and Observatory streets, on  Saturday Aug. 18th,  At 2 O'clock, p. m.,  the following household effects:' ,  Upright Piano and Stool, Evans Bios,  makers. Quantity of Sheet'Music.  Side Board, Bed Lounge, Two Easy  Chairs, Five CaneXHiairs, Six Kitchen  Chairs, One Set of. Drawers; ��������� Bureau  and Wash Stand, Center Table, Kitchen Table, Two. Clocks, One Cook-Stove  and Pipe, PicturesrLamps, Hand. Sewing .Machine, Singer make, Blickens-  defer Typewriter, Three Hair Mattresses, Two Feather Beds and Quantity of Bedding, Child's Crib, Small  Cupboard, Perambulator, Clothes  Wringer, Pots, Dishes and Glasses,  Silver Tableware, Curtains, Quantity  of Fruit, etc., etc. . ,  Chas. A. Waterman &'Co.  NelsonrSeptf 0,-18&7."  X^J^XH,Sr   SEEVICE  ll  Purchase through tickets and have your baggage checked to your destination without change.  THE ONLY LINE.  Operating Tourist Cars to Toronto,  and Boston without change. Also  Tourist Cars to St. Paul daily.        ^   ;  Montreal  Through  Magnificent Sleepers and Dining Cars on all Trains  Trains leave Nelson daily for 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 and full pnrticulnra as to rates, time, etc., apply to nearest C. P. It.  agent or to GEO. S. BEER, Ticket Agent, Nelson.  h. m. Mogregor. e. j. coyle,  Traveling Pass. Agt., NeUon. Dist. Pass. Agt. Vancouver  NELSON TJp-to-Date  .. Beauty Parlors  No. JU Baker Street, Up Stairs.  Ladies Hair Dressing,  Manicuring nud Hygenic Face Steaming  - for removing nil eruptions, etc.  ot tbe Qkiu.  First   Class  Dressmaking   (McDowell's  Sjstem), Perfect Fitting aud -  Latest Fashions.  ���������'  Mesdames GALBUAITH & 11ICIIAUDS0N,  740 Proprs.  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW HILL  Nelson  Office  and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Auctioneers.  ^-"���������^-754���������  R.  GOVERNMENT" AUCTION SALE  Nelson Town Lots  Builders,are invited to inspect my  stock of Rough  and  Dressed .  Lumber,   Shingles, Laths,  Doprs, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock,- &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  Music Lessors  .. Mrs. Morley is prepared to'receive  pupils for Piano, Violin or Organ.  Thomson  Stationery CV������  Apply nt  Nclaiin.  Store,  ;i27  G. O. pMicJiaijaii  instructions from the Hon. G. B. Martin,  Chief Commissioner of  C'lmnxe or Time, CF.lt.  Beginning Mondav, Sept. 13, the afternoon outgoing train '��������� will leave Nelson at  o o'clock, reaching Robson at 6.40, in  time for dinner on tbe boat from Trail.  The return train will leave Robson at 7.10  p.m., arriving at Kelson at 8.50.  Business Personals.  Mr. P. F. Emerson has taken cbarge  of The Vernon. Everybody knows bis  reputation as a caterer.  Fred J. Squire, the tailor, has moved  to thestore on Baker street recently  occupied by Angus Shaw's grocery.  H. G. McCulJoch& Co. have fitted up  an office in the room formerly occupied  by Stanley's News store on Baker street  for the transaction of a general brokerage business.  ' -In accordance with  Lands and Works,/  Messrs. Chas. A. Waterman & Co.  Will offer for sale by^public auction  *������     ������   ATTHE COURTHOUSE M������THE   CITY OF.NELSQN   <������>     <������>  ". .  - On Thursday, Oct. thrvth, at 2 O'clock p. m.,  the remainder of the government town lots in the original townsite of the City of Nelson,  with the exception :of the lots comprising block forty-nine (49). -'.'>.  .All lots will be sold subject to an upset price ranging from $100.00 upwards.  With respect to lots upon which squatters have made substantial improvements, the  purchasers,of r the same will be required to pay to the government, for the benefit of the  squatters, the appraised value of the improvements thereon.  TERMS OF SALE:  Twenty-five per cent (25%) ofthe purchase money, cash, and the balance within thirty  (30) days from the date of sale. . :  On the failure on the part of any intending purchaser to complete the purchase within  thirty (30) days, the deposit made at time of sale will be forfeited and the lots will be again  offered for sale.  For maps showing the location of the lots to be offered for sale, catalogue of the same,  "and further particulars, apply at the office of  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.  Nelson, Sept. 7th, 1897. (757) Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  113  anfl Trading Co., Ll  Steamers ^'International" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  .. and River.. . ,       ,,.*-   _.  Time Curd in effect July 12th, 1897.    Subject  to change without notico.  Fivo Milo Point connection with all passenger  trains of N. & F. 9. H. R. to and from  Northport, HosBhmd and  Spokane.  Ticket pold and baggage checked to U. S, points  Leave Kaslo for Nelson and way points, daily  except Sundays, o:4;"> a. m.   Arrive Northport  12:15 p.m.; Hossland 3:40 p. in.;  Spokano li l>. in.  Leave Xelson for Kaslo and way points, daily  except.Suiulay.s, 5:30 p. in.   Leaving Spokane 8  n. in; Hossland 10:30 a. in.; Nortliport 1:50 p. in.  New Service on Kootenay Lake.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo, etc., Tues., Wed.;  Thurs., Fri., Sat.. 8:30 a. in, Arrive Kaslo 12:30  p. in. Leave Kaslo for Nelson, etc., Mon.,  rues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., 5:00 p. in. Arrive  Nelson 0.00 p. in. " '    -'  Bonner's Ferry and Koolenay Kiver Service.  * Leave Kaslo, Saturday  !l:30 p^ in.  Arrive Uoundary. Sunday ���������:  0:90 a. in.  Arrive Bonner's Ferry, Sunday'...... 10:30 a. in.  Leave Bonner's Ferry, Sunday, ���������"... .1:00 p. m.  Arrive Boundary, Sunday, , 5:00 p. in.  Arrive Kaslo, Sunday .10:00 p. ni.  Close connection at Bonner's Ferry with  trains East bound, leaving Spokane- 7:10 a. m.  and West bound, arriving Spokane 7:00 p. m.  *The Alberta awaits the arrival of the International before leaving for Bonner's Ferry.  Kaslo, 13. C, 12th July, 1897.  31 - ��������� GEO. ALEXANDER.  Gen'l Mgr.  House Painting  Paper Hanging  A. ENSTEAD,    .  R. C.  COOPER,  M. JOHNSON, WARD ST.,    .  651 Opposite Steam Laundry  g   PASSENGER   6i  u TRAINS y-  EACH   DAY' BETWEEN  Trail and Rossland  OX TUE  COLUMBIA & WESTERN RY.  Hun made in one hour.  No. C leaves Hossland at 7 a. in.   Connects in ...  the morning witli steamer at Trail.  No. 3 leaves Trail ut 8:15 a. in.   Connects at   Rossland_with_RediMontninJ.rain.. for Spo^_^.  kime.  No. 2 leaves Rossland at 3:00 p. in.   Connects  - with C. P. R. main line steamers for tho   '  north at Trail.  No. 1 leaves Trail at 12:30 p. m. Conneets with  _  C P. K. main lino steamers from thc north  " at Trail.   .  No. 1 loaves Rossland at 11:00 a.m.   Connects  with Hod Mountain train from Spokane at   '  .Hossland.       .  No. 5 leaves Trail at 5:15 p. rn.   Connects witli '  steamer Lytton at Trail.  General Offices:. -        F. P. GUTBLIUS,  Trail B. C. -.   General Supt,  ATLANTIC  Steamship Lines  From Montreal.  Parisian���������Allan Line  July 24  Carthaginian���������Allan Line July 31  Labrador���������Dominion Line July 31  Scotsman���������Dominion Line July 17  Lake Winnipeg���������lie;iver Line..:  July 21  Ontario���������Beaver Line July 28  From New York.  Teutonic���������White Star Line. July 14  Brittianic���������White Star Line July 28  Paris���������American  Line July 28  St. Paul���������American Line Aug. 4  Campania���������Cunard Line July 17  Aurania���������Cunard Line :: Julv 23  Mongolian���������Allan State Line July 23  State of Nebraska���������Allan State Line Aug. 6  Fricsland���������Eel Star Line Aug.  4  Kensington���������Red Star Line Aug. 11  Cabin, $45, $50, SG0, 570, ������S0 and upwards.  Intermediate, $30 and upwards.  Steerage. $23.50 and upwards,  Passengers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Prepaid passages arranged from all poinU.  Apply to GEO. S. BEER,   C.P.R. Ticket  Agent. Xelson, or to,     WILLIAM STLTT,  (55i)   General Agent, C.P.R. Offices, "Winnipeg.  DIRECT  ROUTE   TO      -  FORT STEEL mmZ,  NELSON and LAED0  Steani Navigation Company  Commencing  Monday  Steamer Ainsworlh will  10th May, 1897,  leave Kaslo, B. O.,  every Monday and Thursday at 9 a. m. for  Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, connecting with Great.  Northern Railway on Tuesdays mid Fridays  both to and from Spokane and Eastern.and  Western Points.  Steamer will return from Bonner'sFerry at,  i a.m.on Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving  ut Kaslo samo evening so ,a6 to make miick  connections with Trail Creek and Slocan-Min-  iug districts. . -  This route is the most direct for tho Fort"  Steele Jlining Camp and makes closo connections at Bonner's Ferry with the Upper Kootenay Kiver steamers.  First-class Passenger and Freight accommodations.        ��������� -. 037  Going East?  If you are  Do not Forget  I  FIRST���������Go *ia St. Paul because the ,  lines to that point ^ill afford you the \  best service.   , -    '  j SECOND���������See that the coupon beyond ]  St. Paul reads via the Wisconsin Central J  because that line makes the closest connections -with all tbe traus-continentaJj  lines entering 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, and ask for a ticket via the "Wisconsin. Central line3, or address  Jas. C. Pond,  Gen. Pas. Agt.  MUwaukee.  Wisconsin.  or Geo. S. Battv,  ��������� General Agent,  216 Stark St..  (570) Portland. Or j


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