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Array ��������������� ^_:f-W^-fej*^^y-w.-Hi������--^f~^,-M')*-.-<-<>.fc*  Whole Number 363.  Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, Aug. 7,  1897.  Price Five Cents  .THE SCAFFOLD BEADY.  Wood Will Buffer Ihe Extreme Penally or  the Law Next Wednesday  August 11,  On Wednesday next, August 11, James  Wood, convicted of the murder of Samuel  D. Woods, will pay the extreme penalty  of the law and >ield up his life from the  scaffold. The execution is to take place  iu tbe jail yard at Nelson, in the presence  of the prison officials. No one else will  be admitted under any circumstances.  Siuce the trial, Wood has been imprisoned at New Westminster. It is  expected that he will arrive here today  uo*der a strong guard.  Tho scaffold on which Wood is to be  banged is being erected iu the jail yard.  It was made at New Westminster and  shipped here some time ngo.  Deputy-Sheriff Robinson has received  Beveral applications for tbe position as  executioner, but has not yet selected the  mau who will launch Wood inlo eternity.  The condemned man is said to be in  good health and spirits and is apparently  unconcerned at tbe fate in store for him  THE OITY COUNCIL.  Conn  Waterworks Contract let  aud the  By-law Tusscd Again.  At the meeting of the city council last  Monday night, all members except Alderman Dow were present. Tenders for  the construction.of the waterworks system were received. Each tender was accompanied by a certified check for one-  fourth of the amount bid.  The bids were as follows: Tender A,  head works on Anderson creek and Hume  to reservoir���������Breckenridge & Lund,  .$2,993; AV. C McLean & Co., $4,000..  Tender B, reservoir���������Breckenridge &  Laud',. $3,835; Noll & Thompson,  > $4,3S0.50.  - Tender D, laying pipes"��������� Breckenridge  & Lund, 84,655.  Teudrft C, for material, will be opined  ou August 10. t I  Teuders A and B, by Breckenridge &  ��������� .Lund, were accepted. -  The clerk was instructed to have a coh-  _ tract prepared for the carrying out of the  tenders.*  On motion ot Alderman Gilker the ten-"  ders for laying pipe for the waterworks  system wero. refe; red to the public works  committee, to be reported on at the next  meeting.  The electric lighting aud wiring by-law  " was passed on its third and final reading.  The mayor .stated  that owing to some  '    irregularities in Public Works Loan bylaw No. 1, it would be necessary to pass  auother by-law for the issue and sale of  debentures.   This was attended to at the  sessions held on Tuesday and Wednesday  At the meeting ou  Tuesday afternoon  the ouly absentee was Alderman Gilker.  The contract for laying the pipes for  --��������� the -waterworks-system-was---awarded_lo  W. C. McLean &.Co.  ore, is a valuable deposit. Assays  made by A. H. Holdich, of this city,  show about' 10 per cent, copper, with  some $5 in gold and a considerable  amount of silver. As thc samples  were taken from the surface only, it  will be easily imagined that the ore  will improve with depth of working.  A careful estimate by experts shows  that there is now 16 miles of tunnels,  shafts and winzes in the mines around  Rossland. Estimating this at $15 per  foot, it gives a total of $1,250,000.  Byrnes and Doyle, the locators of the  Lilas mine, at, the foot of Trout lake, intend to ship a carload of ore to the Nelson emelter shortly. Tbe ore is grey  copper and galena and runs about $100  to the ton, the paystreak being about  eight iuches wide.  A 2000-foot crosscut tunnel is to be  run on the Slocau-Liberty Hill company's  properties, on the south foik of Kaslo  creek. An air compressor plant sufficient  to do the 'contract work and work the  mines is to bo used. Preliminery. work  will commence sometime next week.  Tbe Caineronian mine near Sandon,  has commenced shipping. On account  of the defective trail, it is costing about  $10 per ton to bring down the ore and  probably $15 more will lay it down at  the smelter. The company is shipping  rock and all the ore from the  mine, to get an unvarnished test of what  the property is worth. They think it  will run at least $1.50, perhaps $200, but  they confidently expect a profitable  return.  The Tupper syndicate has decided to  complete the purchase ofthe Exchange  group, on Springer, creek. Mr. Alexander Dick the representative, of the  syndicate in Kootenay has made "the  first payment. A concentrator -to  treat the ore will probably be built in  the near future. The Exchange group  consists of the Exchange, Victoria,  Silver plate and Skookum claims.  The properties.were owned by William  Boie and Martin Isaacson, and thc development consists of a 50 foot tunnel  and a 00 foots haft, the ore being a  high grade galena. Negotiations for  the sale have been pending for some  time.  PETITION FOR AN EXPORT DUTY.  The Miner's Efforts in the Matter Meeting  With Great Success Throughout  all Parts of Kootenay.  The People of the District Appear: Detennined to Save  the Smelting Industries of Kootenay from the  Machinations of, an Alien Corporation-  To' thc Governor-General of tlie Dominion of. Canada-in-Council.:  The petition of the residente of Kootenay district, in the Province of British  Columbia, humbly sboweth: r  That tbe development of the mineral: resources of Kootenay district has proven  beyond all doubt that the present tonnage and. value of the ore mined is already  sufficient to constantly supply several large smelters; _  That within the Kootenay district there exist all the elements necessary for tbe  economical reduction of ores;  That a smelter is noy being erected at Northport, iu the ������tate of Washington,  U. S. A., at a point distant leBS than seven miles [from Canada, and only sixteen  miles from Rossland, the center of the Trail Creek mining division;  That at the present time there are in West Kootenay district three smelters of  a total capacity of 1,075 tons daily, representing an investment of more than one  million dollars and employing 560 men;  ,  That tbe people of Kootenay are desirous that! the district may. not only "produce ore, but also have such productions smelted and refined in its limits, or at any  rate at some point in Canada, thus building up an industry beneficial alike to labor,  capital and commercial interests;  That the imposition of an export duty on ores containing copper or metal other  than lead and nickel would not only assist the smelters at present established, but  would be an inducement to capital to invest fartliet in such enterprises within the  Kootenay district; Y  Therefore, your petitioners pray that an export duty, such as is in your power  to grant, may be imposed by the Dominion of Canada"upon all ores exported from  Cava'da, containing copper or metal other than lead or nickel, and your petitioners  as in duty bound will ever pray:  citizens a  one mile  of these streets will afford tbe  good, level roadway nearly  long.  Tbe property has been facticiously  known as Bogustown, but the proper  name is Lake View, giveiron account of  the three-quarters of a mile lake front  Some time ago, many of the lots were  sold to Victorians, who? with their characteristic enterprise, have made no improvements there. Lake View is the  only level track of land in the vicinity of  Nehon. ������������������ ?  THE LOAN BY-LAW.  A  BIG   SMELTER.  A Much raised Piece or Legislation by the  "City Council.  Municipal by-law No. 1, providing for  the borrowing of $50,000 for public improvements, has had a most unfortunate  life. Alter it had heen finally adopted  the first time, the failure to attach the  corporation seal within the time specified  by law rendered it inoperative. In due  course of time the seal arrived, and the  by-law was adopted.a second time. Bids  were called for aud one was accepted.  The purchasers in examining the by-law  thought it defective, and asked that it be  corrected, and adopted as amended for  the third time. This was done, and last  Wednesday the council took final action  it. The portion alleged to be defective  was the specification as to what the  money shall be used for. Tbe by-law  stated that the loan would be used for  water and sewer systems "and other public works������ot immediate necessity." This  has now been changed so as to specify  water and sewer systems, street improvements, jail and the purchase of the fire  hall.  PLENTY OF "LIME.  MINING   NEWS.  One of the most important discoveries  made this year has beeu located by Steve  Ypuug ou Wild Horse creek. *'  <  It is reported-hat a deal has been con-  sumated in a large number of claims on  -the"north fork of the St. Mary's river.  The leugth. of the Reco tram will be  about 9.000 feet and will have a drop of  about 3,100 or one-third of the leugth.  Eugiueer C. E. Perry estimates tbat  the wagou road from Slocan City to the  Arlington-basin will cost $1200 per mile.  Since Jauuary 1 there" has been SOO  locations recorded at Fort Steele making  a total-of 1750 claims recorded in that  district.  The Omaha-Grant company bas paid  out $60,000 in import duties on ore from  Kootenay mines, butthey cannot afford to  import the ore at the new tariff.  "Ye hardy miners of South Toronto  would sooner stay waitiug for sucker  bites in Ontario than, go looking for  frost bites in the Yukon.���������Toronto Telegram.        : **'  In a few  days a carload   shipment of  Two   Friends  ore will   be   made from  Slocan City to   the  smelter, as   nearly  -that   amount is already  sacked   at the  property. ***    .  Although July and August are the  dullest months in mining camps there is  considerable' activity in business in Sandon and the merchants one and all are  fairly well satisfied.  ��������� The Home-Payne Syndicate have sold  their pack train to Hill & Thompson of  Sandon, who'have contracted to haul the  company's supplies in to the mines, and  bring out oie from the Broadview end  Silver Cup to the landing for shipment.  "Wilson Bros, have bonded the Last  Chance group near Cottonwood lake,  and have a force of about 10 men  working there.. The property con-  . tains copper, silver and goic., and  from      the      appearance     of     the  A Deposit at Snyward, the Site Offered  to  to thc le Koi Conipniiy. -  Superintendent Paul Johnson, of  the Hall Mines smelter, has made a  careful analysis of samples of lime  rock, taken from the townsite' of Sayr  ward, at the mouth of Beaver creek.  The result is, in every way, thoroughly  satisfactory. Tho analpsis gives Insoluble Matter 4.8 per cent.; C. A. O.  40.0 per cent.; Mg. O. 3.3 per cent, and  Fe. O. 3.1 per cent. -  The Say ward townsite is on this side  of- thc���������international���������boundary���������: and  about 10, miles from Northport.' The  Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway runs  through a corner of the townsite. The  West Kootenay Land company, owners'of the land, through Mr. Joshua  Davies, offered itb give the Le Itoi  company as much area as would be  needed for smelting purposes at that  point. Colonel Peyton, on behalf of  the company promised to take .. the  matter up.  A Baptist Church.  Rev. G. R. Welch, of Toronto, Ont.,  arrived Tuesday evening andexpects  to permanently establish a Baptist  church in this city. The school house  has been engaged for services until a  church cau be built. Services will be  held tomorrow morning and evening  at regular church hours. ' A cordial  invitation is ��������� extended to all'to attend  the services.  THE   OBJECT   AND. SUCCESS   OF  THE   PETITION.  ���������- The above petition is being circulated throughout the length and breadth of  West Kootenay, and has met with a most enthusiastic reception in every locality. Its  popularity is the best possible proof of public sentiment as regards the establishment of the Le Roi smelter at Northport.' , The willingness with which it is being  signed by miuing men generally is particularly significant and gratifying. The object of the petition is readily appreciated.. The public fully realize that by the  granting of the prayer, the Dominion groverumsnt will aid materially in forcing the  Le Roi compau y to build their smelter in Kootenay instead of seven miles south of  the international boundary. Bat for the present policy of the Le Roi company,  there would be no need for the petition.. -'  There is no desire to in any way interfer with the silver-lead mining:industry.  It is already seriously hampered by the present exceptionally low price of silver and  the United States import duty of \% cents per pound on lead ores. Besides, there  are not sufficient silver or lead smelters in Kootenay at the pr eeent time to handle  the district's output, nor .to give the healthy competition of local ore buyers that is  desired. Tbe case is entirely different so far as concerns ores that do not contain  lead.0 The idiotic contention of the Rossland Miner that an export duty on all ores  would be satisfactory is either another instance of tbat journal's gross ignorance of  what is best for Kootenay, or a willful attempt to succor the interests.of alien  smelters and alien railways. . The contention thnt silver-lead ores should-be subjected to au export duty because the Le Roi company propose building a smelter at  Northport for treating ores thnt do not contain lead is, rediculous. The petition  simply asks for an export duty on ores that do uot contain lead, in order that the  product of the Rossland mines may .be smelted within the district. There would  be no need of the petition if Rossland ores could not be economically treated on  this side of tbe line; there is, however, abundant proof that [the pyrrhotite? and  chalcopyrites of Trail Creek division can be or cheaply handled at many points in.  Kootenay as at Northport. There would be no need, of the petition if Rossland  mine owners were liable to suffer from lack of competition between local smelters.  This competition does exist. There are three smelters,in the district with ah aggregate-daily capacity-of-1075-tons,--all -needingcopper^and-iron ores -The establishment of reduction works such as are contemplated by the Le Roi company, would  be additional competition in this respect. While the LeRoi would be the cbie'  basis of supply for this.smelter, it is well known that the company would not and  could not depend upon it solely. We have the positive assurance of the management that tbe Le Roi smelter will do custom work on a large scale. Thus would a  fourth smelter with a daily capacity of several hundred tons be added to the list of  competiug smelters in Kootenay.                                  ;  Every mine owner in the Trail Creek division is vitally interested in the establishment of local smelters. Th e low grade ores of that camp do not admit of,long  hauls. The more reduction works near the mines and in close proximity to each  other the better it is for the mine owners. ."'_.,  It is impossible, with the limited space at our disposal, to print the names of  those who signed the petition.. , As an instance of its popularity, 674 signatures have  been obtained in Nelson. ' An important feature in connection with the circulation  of the petition is the hearty support il is receiving from members of tbe Kootenay  Mining Protective association. This organization is composed of the principal  mine owners of Kootenay. *  At this writing it is impossible to ascertain tbe exact number of signatures that  have been attached to the petition at Rossland, Trail, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, Kaslo,  Snndon, New Denver, Slocan City and Revelstoke,but the replies from these points  to telegrams from the Minek nre of the most satisfactory nature. The next issue of  the Miner will contain full details concerning the interest that is manifested in the  petition in outlying districts.    > ' .  The Waterworks.  ** Breckenridge & Lund, the contractors,  commenced work yesterday on the right-  of-way ot the water Hume between Anderson creek and the reservoir site. As  soon as all the" brush i3- slashed aiid  burned, the construction, ot the tlume  will commence. Work on the reservoir  will "commence in a few days.  LOCAL   NEWS.  re-  A New Power Company.  J. II. Bowes, acting as the legal  presentative of the Kootenay Air  Supply company has posted a notice  in the-court house claiming3000 inches  of water in Coffee creek. The pro-,  posed point of diversion is the confluence of Coffee and Krao creeks. The  water is to be used for supplying compressed air for mining and general  power purposes.  -Activity  at   Pilot   Bay.  Since the news ot the'negotiation for  the purchase of the smelter by the Brad-  ens was' first- published, Pilot Bay has  again become the scene of considerable  activity. Hotels and business houses are  being opened aDd many preparations are  made for tbe tradn that will come with  tht blowing in of the furnaces.  The Happenings of the   Week  Nelson and the Immediate  Vicinity.   -.;-      -.  in  J. A. Gilker of this; city has opened  a branch store at Pilot Bay.  ". R. S. Lennie is confined to his room  by an attack of typhoid fever.  The licenses and fines so far collected  by the city, amount to about $5000.  .. H. A. Jackson, traveling freight agent  of tbe Great Northern railway, is in the  city.  Mr. j. D. Breeze, western agent ot the  Confederation Life Association, is in the  the city.  -The interior, of  the Nelson hotel is  The   Hall   Mines   Seduction  Work*   Arc  Opcrallug Successfully.  The new blast furnace of the Hall  Mines smeltev has worked perfectly  from the hour it was blown in and  during thc first 2-1 hours run 310 tons  of ore, coke and flux were used as foi- :  lows: Ore, 215 tons; linieslack, 23.  tons; refuse slags. 31 tons; black slugs,  IG tons; coke, 31 tons. The plant is  said to be thc largest copper smelting  furnace in the world. One important  feature of its construction is that it  saves over 10 per cent, in fuel over the  old furnace. From the 215 tons of ore  treated in the first 2-1 hours' run 22  tons of matte wore produced which  carries about 320 ounces of silver,per  ton and -IS per cent, copper.  Superintendent Paul Johnson is thc  designer, and to him is due the successful operation of the furnace. Thc  old furnace will soon beconverted into  a lead stiick for galena ores.  .The character of the ore now being  smelted is high grade and is very flux-  ible. There are 3000 tous on hand and  the daily output is said to be 275 tons  The mine makes a splendid showing  and tliere tis almost an inexhaustible  supply in sight. The hoisting works  have almost been done away with and  nearly all thc work is being -done  through the lower tunnel which opeus  almost at thc ore bins. r,One hundred  and fifty-six men are working in the  mine and S5 at Lhe smelter.  The amount of customs ore is increasing   every day from alL points  and thc Nelson smelter scorns to be in  -  active and successful coufpetition with  tho Trail smelter for  Rossland ores.  Prominent among the Rossland mines  that, are shipping to Nelson are the  War Eagle,  the  O.  K. and the Cliff.  The Great Northern from thc Lardeau  district is also sending in considerable--  shipments.    Some  lead ores from thc"  Lardeau have been received and largo  shipments are exgectcd as soonas tho -  lead furnace is in operation.    Improvements ot an  extensive nature will he ..  made for the rapid and   economical  handling of ore.       .t  '"-  The    roasters "and    revcrberatory  plant is operating  smoothly, and the  latter ��������� will probably -be working ;on.  copper in a week or ten  days.   There  are about 500 tons of white  metal  on-  hand which wMl bo shipped "to* ling-1" *  land as soon -as  it can he converted  into  blister copper.     Since the new"  blast-furnace has started   up,-there,  have been  a large number of visitors, '  and all remark the orderly,- methodical  way in which the work is done." Supt.  Johnson's theories, which worked  so  well  on  paper, work equally  as well  when put to the practical test.   The  furnace is past the cxpcrimental^stago.  and is ono of the most successful aver  built from every point of view.  .  A False Bumor.  .The publication of a statement in  the Spokesman-Review to the effect  that the Slocan Star mine will .shortly  close down owing to the low price of  silver and the United States import  duty on ores containing lead,.'caused  the Mixer to telegraph,, a request to  the Byron N. White company for a'  statement as to the company's intention in this respect. The following  reply was received this morning:  Sandon, Aug. 7.��������� To the editor of  the Mixer:���������Deny the report of mine  closing down.  (Signed) Bruce White.  A Fitly Thousand Dividend.  The Le Koi company met in Spokane  Monday evening and .declared a dividend  ot $50,000. This brings thc total dividends of the company up to 5525,000  with the promise of ������50,000 a month  from this time formard.  THE 0EPHAN   BOY  CASE-  Jfew Incorporation*.  The Alaska Gold Fields Mining company of Spokane, ha9 been  incorporated  with $8,000capital  stock.   The  trustees) Five Weeks' Bun.  are Patrick Clark, W. J. C. Wakefield, j For ihe five weeks ending July 30,  W. H. McVay, S. R. Steru and Alotzo 3,935 ton3 of ore were treated by the Hall  M. Murphey.   Tbe   object stated is to! Mines smelter.   This amount yielded 313  Haskins and Browu  Are  Committed   For  Trial at Victoria.  J. W. Haskins, president, and H. A.  Brown, secretary of the Orphan. Boy-  Gold Mining compauy, must stand their  trial on the charge of defrauding shareholders. The latter are very determined  in -their action against Haskins and  Brown and there will be no lack of evidence to lay before the court. The result  ot the arraignment was not much of a  surprise! to those who watched the case  closely. The outcome of the final trial  will be anxiously awaited by those interested and also by officers of other companies whose actions have beon criticized  hv holders of stock.  Lake View Improvements.  The Nelson City Land & Improvement  company, the owners of the townsite  just beyond the eastern ��������� boundary of the  city limits, have relocated their survey  stakes, many of the old stakes being destroyed by fire, and have opened up several streets. Nelson avenue is being  cleared from one end to  the other, and  deal in and develop mining properties in  tons of matte containing 144 tons of cop-  Alaska, Washington, Northwest "Territor- [ per, 81,360 onnces of silver and 84ounces i substantial sidewalks will be constructed  ies and British Columbia.  ! of gold.  1 along each thoroughfare.   The opening  being   remodelled    and   handsomely  decorated.'  ���������  Hon. G. E. FosLer, ex-minister of Dominion finance, is expected to arrive in  Nelson shortly.  Messrs. Farley ' & Simpson ,have  started a strictly cash business and  have closed all book accounts.  Mining Recorder R.F. Tolmie has  been appointed district registrar of  births, deaths and marriages.  Mr. 1). Morris, of Morris, McLean &  Co.', has beeD appointed engineer of public works for tho city of Rossland:  The financial district meeting of the  Kootenay district of thc Methodist  church will ho held at Kaslo on Tuesday, August 10.  W. A. Carlyle, provincial mineralogist,  was in Nelson during the early part of  the week. lie has gone on a ten-day  trip to the White Grouse country. .  Track laying has commenced on the  Robson extension ot tbe Columbia &  Western railway. Five hundred tons ot  steel rails have arrived at Robson. The  shipment "was made via the C. P. II."  The East Kootenay Minor has come  into existance at Golden. It "will be  independent in politics and promises  work faithfully for _he development  of the district in which it is published.  The Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway-  company bas leased the corner office of  the Boeckh-Turner block at the corner  of Baker and Ward streets, Tbe building will be made ready for occcpatiou as  soon as possible.  G. S. Beer, city ticket agent of Lhe C.  P. R, lef theie last Thursday for Brandon, Manitoba, where be will be married  next week. Traveling Passenger Agent  McGregor will have charge of the ollice  during Mr. Beer's absence.  iir. A. F. MacLaren, M. Y. for North  Perth, Ontario, the millionaire manufac  turer of the celebrated cheese that bears  his   name,  was  in   Nelson   during  the  week.    He is visitiDg on a pleasure trip ; week,  and will go to Vancouver before return- j gation  ing to Toronto.  GOVERNMENT   NEGLECT.  .Vol Enough Accommodation For Children  in the Fulfill; School.  On next'Mouday, August 0, the Nelson  public school will open for tbe" autumn  term. No addition has been made to the  school house during the -vacation and  there is not' enough accommodation for .  all the children desiring instruction.  Those who delay in making application  for tuition will have to grow up in iguor-  ance uutil there is a change of government and the educational facilities of the  Province receive proper attention. The  representations of the school trustees of  this district have been completely ignored by the government at Victoria.  Dr. E. C. Arthur, secretary ot the Nelson district school board, in speaking ot  the mutter said lo a representative of thu  Minei::  ,-"The present condition of the Stanley  street school is entirely due to downright neglect ou the part of ihe Provincial government. Thc school board has  doneall in its power to ;,'ive Nelson prop;  er educational facilities; the blame must  rest on the authorities at Victoria. ,Itis  simply outrageous that children should **  be denied education. I know of. nothing  tbat will excuse the fjovernmont for its-  conduct in ibis respect."  Tlie SO������er:iKC System.  Engineer McCulloch baa all the plans  prepared for Nelson's sewerage system,  but a delay in calling tor construction  tenders is caused by ihe desire of the  city council to first ascertain the amount  of money tbat will be at their disposal  after all arrangements have been made  for the cost of the waterworks. This  will be known next week, when the contract will be let.  ������ Sandon Chirr or I'olire.  A petition was sent from Sandon fo the  Provincial government asking an enquiry  into the conduct of Chief of Police Hamilton. AV. J. Goepel was pent there on  Monday, and suspended Hamilton for a  pending the result of tbe investi-  ~Fred Mountain is acting temporarily in Hamilton's place-  "ill  *M1  $  141  ���������*������  .������  .* li  '' ���������j-sl  .* ���������?���������i  ���������!v*-|  ..Isl  \M  t*������  r-Sl  ���������ffl THE MINER NELSON, % C, SATURDAY, AUGUST f, 1897.  %ht filter.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays ana  will be mailed to jny address in Canada or  the'Uni'ed States, foi one year on receipt oj  two dollars. ��������� Single copies live cents.  C0NTRAC7 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $ 3 per column inch, per  month.  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate oj iJ cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and /o cents per line foi  each ubsequent insertion: Advertisements  running for shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  AU. COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of goodjaith.  PRINTING turned out in firs, rate style at  the shortest notice <  ADDMSS  Th* Minir Printing * publishing Co  NELSON.    B.C.  Miners and ^  Prospectors  Should wear  AMES HOLDEN CO'S  "COLUMBIA,"  %.       "KOOTEMY,"  ,       "VANCOUVER"  118)   All of which nre First Class Foot Wear.  A  LODGE MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. &A.  M. meets second Wednesday in each  month.   Sojourning brethcrn invited.  AV. 11. Shaw, Secretary.  I.  O. 0.  F.     Kootenay Lodge,  No. 10, meets every Monday night,  at  their Hall,  Kootenay street.  Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.  WM. HODSON, Secretary.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 7,   1897.  taxpayers should be asked for such an  enormous subsidy. The Dominion  will havo quite sufficient indebtedness  when the south-eastern portion of  British Columbia has received the  consideration from parliament that is  legitimately due. We cannot afford  another Pacific railway on the basis of  tho existing trans-continental system,  and the development of Kootenay  must not bo side-tracked.  KOOTENAY FIRST.  c Some Toronto capitalists have conceived the idea of establishing a rail  and  water  communication   between  - the main liue of the Canadian Pacific  railway at a point in Western Ontario  and the Yukon.  The proposed route leaves the C. P. R.  at Missanabie and runs in a northerly  direction to James bay, thc southern  extension .of Hudson bay, at the  mouth of Moose river, the distance  being about 250 miles.  The 1300 miles of salt water to Chesterfield inlet would then be crossed by  "a steamer service. Between Chesterfield inlet and Great Slave lake, 175  miles of rail would he needed. - Along  that lake to thc delta of Mackenzie  river is a stretch of 1-100 miles of navigable water. Fifty miles of railway  would connect the, Mackenzie delta  with the Porcupine river, a tributary  of the Yukon. Down theso conflueut  rivers there are 1,500 miles of navigable water to Behring sea. This is a  route about 4,825 miles in length, 4,200  miles of navigable water and 025 miles  ^fj^^wiy^.Withjth e^uWitionjil_ mixz  igahle section of the Yukon reached,  there would be an available stretch of,  transportation facilities about 5,500  miles in length. For tho first section  "between Missanabie and Hudson bay,  say 250 miles,- thc cost would be 87,-  500,000. It is proposed to ask the Dominion Government for a cash subsidy  of $7,500 a mile, or $1,875,000, and a  land grant already authorized for a  similar project of 12,800 acres per mile,  3,200,000 acres' in all. From tho  Province of "' Ontarjo " tho promoters expect ,$i-f()U0 por mile  or $750,000 in cash, and a land  grant as large as that asked fro 111 thc  Dominion. Kstiinating'the land at 25  cents an aero, the public grants asked  for would be !ji������,22.->,0(XJ, or $10,000 per  mile for thc northern section of thc  lirst link. " .,  ������������������ Tt is claimed that thefishing'trade of  . Hudson bay, and thc timber and mineral wealth along the route would  make profitable the construction of  the Northwest Transit System, as the  project is called. There may be some  plausibility in the contention that the  fishing and timber industries covered  by the lino could be made to pay; but  so far as the mineral resources of that  region are concerned, their value must  for the present be considered as highly-  problematical. Most assuredly no calculations should be based on the  placers of the Yukon, an assertion  that is best proved by the history of  all former placer gold excitements  previous to the recent Klondyke discoveries. In spite of the glowing reports, there is no reason to believe  - that the new camp will prove any exception to. the rule established in the  - palmy days of gold washers in California, Australia, along the Fra.scr river  and in Cariboo. If, in the vicinity of thc  Yukon, quartz ledges had been discovered and proved valuable, the mineral  resources of that district might be  worthy of more serious consideration.  If the promoters of the Northwest  Transit System feel confident that  their enterprise will pay dividends on  the money necessary to complete it,  it is difficult to understand why the  SITUATION IN THE STATES.  A large majority of the newspapers  published in the western portion of  the United States maintain that the  great issue to he determined at the  next presidential election is the issue  of honest,, constitutional, bi-metallic  money as against the single gold  standard. The concensus of opinion  is that upon this issue all  bi-metallic forces must unite  and remain united till the victory shall be over. Tliere appears to he  no important reason why the silver republicans, the silver democrats and the  silver populists may not stand together  on a bi-metallic platform. Thc western press express the belief that thc  United States government must act  for itself as regards the establishment  of a rate of sixteen, to one between  gold and silver coinage. But little  faith is placed in the Wolcott-Payne-  Stevcnson mission to Europe, and the  probable re-openlng of the Indian  mints for the coinage of silver would,  it is believed, accomplish nothing in  America for the principal of free coinage, though it might increase the  price of silver.  Our neighboi's to the south of the  international boundary have become  very restless in their long wait for  tho retm n of a prosperity, the prospect of which is made even more  remote by the recent tariff legislation  at Washington. The passage of the  Dingley bill has brought about a condition more favorable than ever to the  trusts and. tho none too scrupulous  multi-millionaires of Wall street. " In  the meantime the apparent sincerity  and lucid, intelligent utterances of  Mr. AV. J. Bryan are becoming more  understood and are more favorably received by\ those of small incomes.  From tho present aspect of the political situation in the United States, the  election of Mr. Bryan to the presidency in 1900 appears far from improbable . If thc country elects the  brilliant Nebraskan, we may look with  a reasonable degree of certainty for  the speedy rehabilitation of silver by  the Washington congress,^ regai-dless  of other nations.  It is said that the replies of the  genial Q. C. "jollied" Mr. Eberts to  such an extent that the attorney-  general failed for a while to know  where he was at. ^  From the same source The Miner  learns that Mr. Macdonald in no way  sought the commissioncrship to whicli  he. was appointed. The diplomats (?)  at the eapitol made Mr. Macdonald a  license and police commissioner in the1  hope that he would consider himself a  member of their party.  It is needless to say that Mr. 3Iac-  donuld cannot afford to ruin his prospects in British Columbia by affiliating with the "Victoria ringsters.  THE COPPER MARKET.  Thc copper market continues to  show much strength; " The average  monthly output of thc United States  is in the vicinity of 20,000 tons, of  which nearly two-thirds is exported to  Europe. The visible supply of copper  in Europe during the first half of June  decreased 1,371 tons. This would  make tho European consumption of  copper fully three times as great as  that of the "United States, for the European production has also increased  slightly. It is difficult to see where  American manufacturers would get  their supplies of copper from if business -was-to-nssume-anything���������like its  normal proportions. The large producers-are sending larger quantities of  copper to market-'than ever before,  yet while only one-third of it is con-;  sinned in the States, the price of the  metal and Uie prospects for an increase in demand arc such that the belief is warranted that materially higher  prices will be in vogue before another  six months has passed, notwithstanding tho increased production. There  is small probability of the export trade  falling off, and there is every probability of the home consumption increasing. ���������-        ' -.  HUNTING CANDIDATES.  The,Turncr-l-ithet-Dunsmuir crowd  is waking up to the fact that Kootenay  is the stronghold of the Opposition.  Thc unpopularity here of the present government is attributable to the  outuigeous treatment that the district  has received during thc past four  years. The people can' never be made  to believe that- the" million dollars  spent on the Victoria parliament  buildings is more beneficial than  would be the expenditure of one-fourth  that.sum on wagon roads and trails in  Kootenay.  At their awakening, the Victoria  ringsters arc confronted by a remarkable situation. 'In their hunt for candidates for the next election they have  failed to find a single man of any ability ready to act as one of their standard bearers.  A report from the Coast states that  when Mr. AV. A. Macdonald was in  A'ictoria recently, the ministerialists  swarmed around him like bees after  honey. They wined him and dined  him and flattered him. Attorney-  General Eberts was delegated to open  negotiations with him. How did Mr.  Macdonald view thc present political  situation? AVhat did Mr. Macdonald  think of. thc Opposition? Did Mr.  Macdonald intend going into politics  in "British Columbia? AVouldn't Mr.  Macdonald like to be prime minister?  AVould Mr. Macdonald try another  cigar? Please, would Mr. Macdonald  help them to fool Kootenay again?  LEGISLATIVE  REPRESENTA TION.  Colonel Baker sits in the legislative  assembly for East Kootenay, and is a  member of the executive council; but  he does not represent the popular sentiment of his district, and is very generally considered a dismal failure us a  cabinet minister.   ,  If the expectations and hopes of the  people arc fulfilled, and this Pooh Bah  is "fired" by Premier Turner, Kootenay will be without so much as nominal representation in the cabinet.  Yet the Kootenay pays more money  into the treasury than any four other  districts in the Province.  AVest and East Kootenay would only  be receiving proportionate recognition if the present representation in  the house and cabinet were doubled.  The Turner-Rithet-Dunsmuir administration is opposed to the increase  of the number of members for Kootenay, and Premier Turner, while seemingly anxious to get rid of Col. Baker,  dare not dismiss Messrs. Pooley, Martin and Eberts, the remaining cabinet  ministers.  It will thus be seen that Kootenay  can expect no favorable consideration  in this respect from the Turner government. . .  POLICE EEP0ET.  The New Denver Ledge claims that  there is no truth in the report concerning the sale of the Pilot Bay smelter,  and the Kaslo Kootenaian protests  that it has excellent proof that the  purchasers are the Omaha-Grant  Smelting"company. A number of  other newspapers have also published  reports in this respect and to the same  end as the Kootenaian. As a matter  of fact all of these gents are wrong.  The Miner's report is the only  correct one so far. The Kootenay  Mining & Smelting company's holdings  in this district were recently purchased  by the Braden syndicate.  An English exchange refers to Rossland as the "capital of Kootenay."  This is something new. Nelson is the  headquarters of all Dominion and  Provincial officials in the district, and  is the point at which all transportation lines in southeastern British Columbia center. The report of the custom house in another column of this  issue is the best proof that Nelson  leads all her neighbors in the volume  of business transacted.  The Victoria Colonist says that  Colonel Baker has done what he  could to open up Southwestern Kootenay. It would be interesting, to  know what method-the-honr'ininister  of mines will adopt to get even with  the Colonist, for showing up his incapacity. -  The plea is made by the Le Roi company that Northport would l>e a very  advantageous point' for smelting the  ores from the Colville' reservation  mines. The same may be said of the  many excellent smelter sites in Kootenay.  ..  Negotiations are going on lietween  the American bi-metallic commission  and thc government' of Great Britain  which renders jt extremely probable  that Great Britain will participate in  the Washington monetary conference.  It's a mighty poor newspaper that  will not unequivocally advocate the  establishment of industrial interests  iu the country from which it derives  support.  If the jedges and the kunnels would  establish their Rossland organ, instead of their smelter,'at Northport,  there would be no kick coming from  this side of the boundary.  gtatenteut   of   Cases   Tried   During  Ike  Houlli   of July.  Chief of Police Wolverton has submitted to  the city council his rcjiorfc for July as follows:  -  Prosecution   entered 49  Convictions   14  Discharged for want of evidence .' 2  Prosecutions withdrawn  2  Dismissed  1  The cases were as follows:  Vagrancy 10  Drunk and disorderly 14  Swearing ou thc street     2  Theft  :i'  Indecent exposure  1  Giving liquor to drunkard  1  Infraction of Waterworks By-law  2  trader's license      "          1  streets and sidewalks By-law 1  Arc limits By-law    1  " animals net, 1891, By-law ?.. 1  Disorderly conduct '. ;  9  Total, 19  Fines collected amounted to $350.40, and were  as follows:  Drunk and disorderly |16 00  Swearing on streets  28 CO  Indecent-exposure    5 00  Infraction waterworks By-law    7 70  " trader's license By-law   77 20  "         streets and sidewalks By-laws. 10 50  Disorderly conduct ���������. 180 00  . '-'��������� Total. |:_M 10  Twenty-nine arrests were made and twenty  cases prosecuted on summons.  CITY'S FINANCES^  .1 gfitleuieiit  Skowini.  lhe  Receipts und  FxpeiMllfart'H Since Incorporation.  At the lost meeting ot the city council,  City Clerk Seeley submitted the following report, which covers the receipts and  expenditures of the city from the time of  incorpoiation to July 31:  BECEirTS.  Police court fines $ 700 45  Licenses     3817 50  Waterworks    407 50  Miscellaneous    35 00  Overdraft, Bank of Montreal.... 8507.38  $13,530 83  DISBURSEMENTS.  Sidewalks $2386 20  Plant and tools    217 61  Printing      425 97  Salaries     477 35  Fire department  590 95  Streets   3062 66  Waterworks   5820 64  Special police      56 85  Iuterest      13 50  Lockup -     274 15  Health      50 75  Miscellaneous     154 20  813,530 83  FOR  GOLD  BUT FOR GOOD VALUES GO TO  FARLEY & SIMPSON  a  Who on August 1 will inaugurate a  STR ICTLY CASH B U SIN ESS  SEE  OTTB  PBICE8  50 lb. sack Hungarian Flour $1.40  50 lb. sack Spokane Flour . . 1.20  No. 1 Creamery Butter, 5 lb. 1.00  Cooking Butter,  10 Ib.    .    . 1.00  Canadian Cheese, 8 lb.    .    . 7.00  Granulated Sugar,   17 lb.     . i.oo  No. 1 Sugar, 20 lb.     .    .    . 1.00  Rice, 20 lb.   .'  1.00  Salt, Liverpool, fine, .50 lb.  . i'.oo  Ranch Eggs, 6 doz.    .    .    . 1.00  Evaporated Apples, 12 Ib.  " Peaches, 8 lb.  " Prunes,  12 Ib.  Currants, 12 lb.    .    .    .  Raisins, 12 lb.       .    .  Costa Rica Coffee, 5 lb.  Lion Coffee, 5 pkgs.  Arbucklcs' Coffee, 5 pkgs.  Beans, 25 lb. .    .  ��������� .  Split Peas, 20 lb.  $1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  J  " 1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  ALL OTHER GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  AT BED ROCK PRICES  Nelson Shoe Store  Cheap for Cash!  A Full and Complete Line of  Spring Goods just received  WE HAVE 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.  rROFKSIHO.MAl CAltOS.  R.   HARRISON.   BARRISTER,   NO-  t.   tary Public, Slocan City. _5_  ML. GHIMMETT, LL. B., BARRISTER,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc., Sandon  ... ���������-*-        <������������  TVt. H. E. HALL. RESIDENT DENTIST.  \J Nelson, B.C. Oold and Porcelain Crowns  inserted,- old teeth treated by tho latest  methods.    Terms strictly cash. (691)  GEO. A. B. HALL, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR-  geon.   Oflice, Baker street, 3 doors west  ot iwstolHce, up stairs. (571)  ASSAYING.     ROBBINSS-  LANG.    AS-  savers to  War Eagle and Associated  Companies, Rossland (354)  17*1   M. SANDILANDS, GENERAL AGENT  ^������   Fire  Insurance  and  Mining  Broker,  Sandon, B. C.  500  FLETCHER S. ANDREWS, BARRISTER.  Solicitor, etc. - Sole Agent tor the Cana  amn Fire Insurance Co. Real Estate and  Mining properties for sale.   Slocan City, B.C.  <5������1)  ���������        ���������  Lawrence  Hardware Co.  * Headquarters for Miners' and Builders'  HABD"WABiB  A Full Stock of Oraniteware and other Kitchen Utensils.   Prices  Furnished on Application.-' (l0.2)  GIVE US A,CALL.  .PROMPT ATTENTION TO LETTER ORDERS,  TEL.   21. ��������� B-A-ICEK   STREET.  LARGEST and most  complete stock of  Ever brought into Kootenay.  GORE. BURNET & CO., PROVINCIAL  i-aiul-Dominlon Laud_Sur.veyora and Civil  Engineers, Nelson, B. C. Room No. 4, over  Thomson & Co.'s Book Store. 644 -  WANTED.  q EACHER FOR QUARTZ CREEK, B. C.  J. A Lady and one holding a second-class  certificate preferred. Salary fifty dollars per  month.   Apply with qualifications to  714       '   A. Bernard Buck worth, J. P.  Secretary.  POSI TION���������By young married man as bookkeeper or clerk.   Best of reference,  Address:   E. A. B.,  719 Care Office.  POSITION���������By youug   woman _os   housekeeper.  -      Address,  Personal, Nelson, B. C.      720 '  A. GENERAL SERVANT.-Apply   to Mrs.  XV. A. Macdonald; Victoria street. Nelson. ,722  DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING-  Childrcns clothes a specialtv. By day or at  home. MISS ECCLES,  Neolands block, Baker street, Nelson.-    721  TO  PURCHASE-A lot centcrally located  With small shack at rear.  ���������> Address particulars A. B. C. Minkk oflice.  The Kcnl Obxlaele.  There is no eastern prejudice agaiust  British. Columbia. Ontario, at least, is  in full sympathy with all the worthy ambitions of the westernmost province.  The politicians who tell the people of  British Colnmbia that eastern prejudice  is the great obstacle to the success of  schemes for the development of their section, are misrepresenting the facts.  JIhe policy of the Turner government  is British Columbia's real enemy. How  can British Columbia ask outsiders to  have faith in the immense value of its resources when it tolerates a Government  which treats these resources as if they  were trifles?  When the Turner Government changes  its policy, or the people of British Columbia change their government, there  will be no eastern prejudice to obstruct  any scheme for uniting the resources of  British Columbia and the money of the  Dominion in an effort to build np the  greatness of the Province.���������Toronto Telegram.  Notice of. Application For Liquor License.  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date I intend toapply to the Government Agent at Nelson for license to sell liquor by retail at Slocan  Junction. H.   LAMBERT, -  Dated Nelson. B.C.. 20th June, 1897.      (688) .  MIKI-.C. ASE-.TI-.  ERNEST G- LOCKE,  Mining  Engineer  Mines examined and reported on with maps  and sketches  (693) NEI.SON, B. C.  Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, etc., in Staple and  .,    Fancy Goods.  A. C. Buchanan & Co,  P. O. Box 47 Telephone No. 10  Nelson, Salmo and North Fork. iS2  In Latest Novelties of  SILVERWARE,  All Goods Carefully Selected by  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson, B. CJ  HAVE A  HAT...  W. J. G.  DICKSON.  REAL ESTATE,  'commission AGENT,  MINING   BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  _   _STELSON*,B.C      1335]  W. P. SLOAN,  MIJSTlisTG-    _A.GrE_*C-T_I?  Goat River, Duct Creek, Sutter District and  Summit Creek properties a specialty. Property on line of Crow's Nest Pass Railroad, located on Goat river, on list.  Correspondence Solicited.  ttooTSMAr, Hive*, m. c.  P. O. ADDRESS   PORT  HILL, IDAHO.  473-5-12-G  But  Our  FOR EVERY KIND OF HEAD  STRAW HATS  .,   Are Specially Reduced to Clear  Don't Miss Them  K O.   STOEB    2    J. A. GILKER  rnnr refreshing d_���������.s  V-> V-* **-' 1���������J -Jte-NELSON   SODA WATER   FACTORY-A-  A1I kinds of Carbonated Waters.                        Orders delivered promptly.  C29  --JE>.   O-   BOIX:  88 ?".jz?.r;-������������m--.v,'.wH;.������������^  THE MINER, NELSON  B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7;-1897  o  fgg/i  MM*  A  OPINION  OF    THE    PEOVINOIAL  NEWSPAPERS-  OiiKirnliiK  llie   Miner's  Interview  Willi  the Chicl' Commissioner of Lund*  nnd Works.  (Kroin tho Victoria Tunes.)  Lot uuy unprejudiced mnu reud the  iuteiview of tbe chief commissioner with  the Nelsou MiNBit, and ask himself how  long a minister who would give utterance  to such seutimeDts would be suffered to  reinaiu in any other government under  the sun. In n despotic county he would  lose his material head. Under a responsible form of governmeut either his  ollicial head or tbat of Col. Baker would  roll into tbe basket. Privately Mr. Martin is entitled to entertain the Jlowest  possible opinion of his colleagues, but  when he gives wing to that opinion and  through the columns of a newspaper  allows the statement to go abioad that  he quotes the provincial,secretary's integrity at a very heavy discount, a strong  mun at the head of affairs" would say to  Mr. Martiu. ''No more be oflicer of  mine." Either that or Col. linker would  resign, for how can-the provincial secretary as- an "honest mau" consent to  longer bit nt lhe same council board--with  a colleague who, by inference, attacks his  honor. It is sin open secret that the  premier has tired of Col. Baker and his  aggrandizing propensities and he is  equally anxious lo rid himself of Mr.  Martiu. Loth are heavy loads to carry;  and if it. should turn out that the olii.'il  commissioner waa sent into the Koote-.  uays to iasnlt the provincial secretary  and so afford the premier au opportunity  oE clearing himself of both obnoxious  ministers at once, Mr. Turner is possessed of more political finesse than the few  who still believe in him give him credit  for. lie becomes the Iago of British  Columbia politics, for whether Martin  kill Baker or Baker Martin, or eacb do  kill, thc other, Turner is advantaged.  The throe can never plot together iigaiu.  Mr. Martin tells the Kootenaians that  they have eo leusou lo grumble, (to kick,  sis he elegantly expresses it) aud talks  lu and of ilieni as ifthey were a puck  of huunds atd' he their master armed  with a whip to lash them into a stateoi  . subjecting. Upon bis owu constituents he  casts the odious imputation of corruption  wheu Lie threatens to mortgage his farm  and spend $10,CCU iu his district to as-  mro his ������eturu ai the genend election.  What do the people .of Yale say to this  (Xtrnordiuary Ih.-eal*. Are they to be  bought and told, like Mr..Martin's live  stock, at to much per head? We feel  sure that, there will be an indignant ie-  Bpouse from all parts of Yale, and we  feel equally certain thnt after thc election Mr. Martin will not have au oppor-  - lunity to air his elcqunce or issue au im-  .-pudent raimifiGlo ass a minister of the  crown.  In the meantime the public await with  iuierest the solution of the conundrum,  "What is Mr. Turner going to do about  it?" -   THE DISCOVERERS.  A BI_. STiHKE.  Seven Feet or Sol III linlcna on l*|>i>er  Arrow Luke.  One of the biggest discoveries yet made  in British Columbia is just reported from  the Upper Arrow lake country. Alexander McMaster has returned from Lexington creek, a small stream running into  Fish creek, which flows into the northeast arm of the Upper Arrow lake, not  for from Arrowhead, and brought with  him &e ver a 1 large samples of ore from the  (Catsup, a claim bonded a year ago by  Mr. McMaster, C. A. Baldwin, W. K.  Myers, aud S. C Chisholm, all of Rosslaud. Mr. McMaster snys a solid body  of galena seven feet wide has been opened and that the hanging wall had not  been reached wheu he came away, . The  footwall is slate and is porphyry on the  hanging bide. The ledfie appears to be  fifteen feet wide���������that is, it is fifteen feet  between the slate and porphyry. It  remains to be determined whether the  solid ore extends from wall to wall.  ON THE DIVIDE.  Klrh Claim* Located at the Hemlwiilers or  Lemon initl Knslo Creeks.  W. G. Kobinson states that he and his  partner have located,a couple of fine  claims on the Dewdney line between the  tributaries of Lemon creek, the south  fork of the Kuslo, Woodbury and  Six Milo creeks. The claims are on the  top of the.divide, but although very high,  water and timber are in close proximity.  The vein is 2G inches in width and is  composed of a fine grained galena scattered through the quartz. Through the  maiu vein is a solid stringer of steel  galena from two to live inches in width.  The ledge has been traced over three  claims with, but little variation in its  quality. The stringer of galena assays  from ij!150 to 500 ounces iu silver. Mr.  Robinson states that lie and his partners  will at onee commence development  woik and rawhide the ore duriug the  winter.' Tbe claims are recorded uuder  the name's ot "Aldebarau" aud "PolurU."  Au effort is, being mude to locale the  ledge iu the valley.  'Cl  IF  UTTERED   BY   HIM" IS' NOW  DISPROVED.  The Colonel inn! the l;t*4l:iii<I Miner Hnve  SliocIiiiiK flail Mt'iiHirii'K .1 limit  Kuniu Tilings..  .  ranuiliiitis = Were    llie   Pioneers   <>l*  llie  =j    .      "y,-,ij0|1-JtioW "Mine)*.- ~���������   AST ,  The claim has been made in the Seattle  papois that American citizens are entitled  lo the credit of tho discovery of gold iD  lhe Yukon waters--.   This is not true.  .In 1880 Johu MoICeuzie, a Canadian,  with a party of Canadians, went down  the'"Lewis river to Lake Lebarge. He  was" the first white man to run the White  Horse' rapids. He may be paid to have  discovered the route iuto the Yukon  "valley.   - -       -���������    -  Thc first discoverenof gold and-min-  oral "on Stewart river was a mau n;>med  Fraser fiom Nova Scotia.  Franklin Gulch aud Forty Mile creek  diggings wee discovered by three Cana-������  .dians named McCue, Stewart and Franklin.    ' -   ���������> " "  Davis creek wns discovered by a party  consisting of one Cauadiau aud four  . Americans.  Miller aud Glacier creeks were discovered by a party consisting of Canadians  and Americaus.   "     ��������� "  Birch creek was discovered by a pnrty  consisting of three Canadians and two  Americans.  .   jGondyke -, was discovered by a Canadian named Henderson.  The YukorTgold mines are Canadian  by . right pf territorial owneiship and by  right of discovery.  ��������� drawl Forks Loim.  At a meeting of the city conneiLof  Grand Forks last week, it was defina.ely  decided to borrow $20,000 at 7 per cent,  per annum. Thc money* is loaned by  Toronto capitalists. The city bonds are  now being prepared, and as soon as possible the cash will be forthcoming, when  a water works system will be put in as  well as an electric light plant, and before  tlie snow flies Grand Fork3 will have its  owu water and light plants iu full operation.    A Si'W Company.  The registration ot the Caledonia Consolidated-Mining and Smelting compauy  ji3 an extra provincial company appears  in the last issue of the Gazette. The  bead office is at Spokaue, aud its representative in Brili-h Columbia is Clive  I'riugle. of Rossland. The capital stock is  SLOOO.COO, divided into shares of the j>ar  yalae of SLeach.  The Rosslaud Miner has the unblushing eil'iontiy to publish," without comment, a statement of Colonel Peyton, of  the Le Roi Mining company, to (be effect  tbat but. ot.e smeller site in Kootenay  was' ottered his company before Noi th-  port was selected, and that was made by  Mr. Heinze, who suggested . that au  excellent location at. lhe mouth of  Murphy creek.  On Juue 10, Mr. D. C. Corbin had  released his usually rigoror censorship  over the editorial room of the Kossland  Miner, ?r that journal was indulging in  one of its periodical flip-flaps, as it pub-  _ished-under-a-!__]:-sh!_head,-a-loug-articIe-  concerning the townsite of Sayward.  We produce the first; part of it:  "Smelter site in Canada which compares favorably with Northport. "Abundant water power. Natural site for  smelter aud towu.. Splendid facilities for  varied supply^ of ores from Salmon river  aud Eossland. Cheap fuel assured.  More thau once the Miner has mentioned  Sayward ns a suitable pointfor a smelting plant. I rodo oyer there yesterday  and spent three hours nt the place. . It is  amazing lhat the striking advantages of  Snywnrd have been so long overlooked.  "It" is only 15 miles from liossland to  Sayward as the wagon roadgoes���������seven  miles to trail and eight miles from Trail  to Sayward. Tbe Columbia river at-Trail  is crcs-Ecd by means of a wire cable ferry.  Mr. Heinze,' some months ugo, built an  excellent wagou road from tlie ferry landing east/ of Trail to Sny ward, so that he  could have coke for his 6melter hauled  over thc Xelson <*. Fort Sheppard railroad." V       -      - -      "���������  Mr. Joshua Davis, one of the principal  owners of the Sayward townsite, informs  tbe Mixer that he met Colonel Peyton  at Rossland about this lime and formally  offered the site to the Le Epi [company.  The next time Colonel Peyton endeavors to bamboozle the people of this  country, he had better get nearer the  truth and make a closer estimate as to  their credulity.  Saixloti Wutrrvrnrkn.  The Saudon Watarworks nud Eleetric  Light^ company sent out an order last  week for a complete high pressure fire  system, which will .be put in place ae  soon as it arrives. The water supply v.ill  be got at the forks of Saudou creek, near  ihe Slocan Star concentrator, aud ca.ried  to the electric po .ver house. Tuts will  afford a 4.00 foot bend, and uad^r ordinary circumstances, allowing for the air  pressure,- should throw a stream about  250 feet.  THOUSANDS OF MEN ARE NOW  EMPLOYED.  Supplies  Are   Being  Vurcbased  In   Spo-  kane   For  The  Conilnic  Winter Season.  Betweeu 2000 and 3000 meu are employed in the construction of tbe Nelson  and Lethbridge railway, between Lethbridge and Macleod, a distance cf thirty  miles. The company is also working  west of Macleod for 100 miles. Survey  parties are now strung out to tbe foot of  Kootenay Lake. Large gangs are clearing the right of way from Crow's Nest  pass to the crossing of the Kootenay at  Wardner. M. J. Haney, chief of construction of the road, is located for the  present at Macleod, from which place all  business in regard to construction is  conducted. It would seem that time is  the essence of the enterprise, as the International Transportation company has  a contract with Mr. Haney to deliver  about 800 tons at Wardnar, B. C, which  is the distributing point of supplies.  Much of this will be taken in before the  close ot navigation  on the Kootenay.  This is not the first time that Al. J..  Haney has been interested in great enterprises, as he was the successful managing partner for Mr. Onderdonk in the  construction of the Canadian Pacific railway, where the aggregate ef the contract  was upwards of $12,000,000, and a profit  of over $1,000,000 was realized. Mr.  Haney also built the "Soo" cnual for the  Canadian government, and is a man of  large means and great executive ability,  lie will commence his tour of inspection  about August 10, and will inspect every  rod between Macleod aud Kooteuay lake.  James F. Wardner is at present iu  Spokane puichasiug supplies for ^tlie  Canadian Pacific railway company's employees iu East Kootenny. The order to  be filled is 75,000 pouuds of oats, 500 tons  of hay, a car load of bacon, a car load of  Califo uia onions undone carload of white  beans.  T. G. Shui.nhuc8������y, vice president of  the Canadian Pacilic railway, will be in  Macleod on.or about the 10th inst. It is  expected that the divisional point on the  Nelson and Lethbridge road will be selected at that time.  Very few American laborers are employed ou the grade.  The length of the railway is 330 miles,  but trains will bo giving a fairly regular  service us soon as 200 miles are ready for  operation.   ',  ROMANTIC GIRLS-  IlinVrcurc In Four Tear*.  For the year ending June 30, lS9i, the  cash receipts of port of Nelson amounted  to SGS.31SJ6, The year following the  amount was SS3.00j.57, and for 189G,  more than 108.000. For the last fiscal year  th'? receipts were 8350,075.00.  History  or  llie   Scotch   tussles  Who  Recently Visited .VetNou.  From the police an interesting story is  learned concerning the two girls who recently played their raaudolius so entertainingly in Nelson. .Although they appeared to be children and wore short  frocks, these charming musicians are  said to be nearly twenty years old.., The  girls come from Edinburg, Scotland,  and an. effort has been made by their  friends iu the old couutry to have them  return home. They are well educated  and have good connections, but are  rather inclined to be- romantic. The  elder one, this brunnetteT^eloped- last  May with a mnn named Read, who was  in Revelstoke ..when last heard of. The  younger, one, . Miss ��������� Jean Crawford,  a pretty blonde, accompanied the couple  to this country. Straitened circumstances compelled .the girls to  avail themselves of their musical talents,  with,the result that they are making a  tour of the Kootenay district, .giving  public, entertainments. Here and at  Rosslaud they met with great success.  Before they left Nelson, a cablegram ar  rived which revealed the history ot the  girls.* The police aud Magistrate  Crease endeavored to persuade the  yoimger one to return to Scotland; but  without avail. She stated that she liked  the life she is leading and intends to continue it.   Tbe girls are now in the Slocau  couutry.  # , i   -- _ -  Morning .Mountain .Mine.  A report has been received here from  Morning mountain to the effect that the  Morning and Evening claims show a  five foot ledge~afc a'depth of thirty feet,  and give an assay of 191 ounces in silver  and ������22.30 in gold. The company own  ing the property expects to sink the shaft  75 feet and then continue the tunnel to  intercept it. The tunnel is now in 178  feet. The probabilities are that a wagon  road will be built down Sandy creek to  a junction with the'' Columbia & Kootenay railway, and shipments will be com  menced as soon as it is completed. There  are now between 25 and 30 tons of ore on  the dump. The claims are crown granted  andare owned by the Morning and Evening Gold Mining Compauy.  The West Side claim on Morning  mountain, adjoining the Evening claim  ou the southwest, is shid to show a fire  to^seven foot ledge which is well mineralized and carries peacock copper and  some free gold. It is said to be one of  the strongest ledges on the mountain.  Wonderful Improvement.  When we look at First and Second  Avenues to-day. aud think what they  were a few weeks ago, we can well feel  proud ot the advancement our cily is  making. First Avenue will be completed  iu a few days, and then Quartz creek will  bs bridged in trout of the old Wild Horse  hotel.���������Quartz Creek Miner.  CHUBCH   NOTICES.  Sunday Aug. 8,' 1897.  Church of England. Matins 11 n.in.  Even Song, 7.30 p. m. every Sunday.  Holy Communion on 1st and -3. U Sundays in the month, afu-r Matins; on 2nd  and 4th Sundays, at 8 a. rn.. Suuda>  School at 2.30 p. m.  Pbesbytkrian Chukch. . Services at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School  at 2.30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 pirn. Christian Endeavor Society,  meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Methodist Chuhoh. Corner Silica  and Josephine Streets. Services at 11  a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p. m. Prayer meetiug on Friday eveniug nt 8 o'clock. Epworth League CE.  Tuesday at 8 p.m.  Roman Catholic Chukch. Mass at  Nelsou every Sunday at 8 aud 10.30 u. m.  Benediction at 7.30 to 8.00 p. m.  Heintzman Pianos.  - It you want a rich toned Heintzman,  write to H. N. Cousiek,  645 ' Revelstoke.  W. PERKINS & CO.  MINING BROKERS,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS.  44 l'cnro Experience In Mining. Experienced I'r������*|teelor������ Furnished on Hhort  Notice,   Mlucs Ex per lei t uiul Heporleil on.  Bilker Street, Opp. V. A K. LauU Oflice  NELSON.    WEST KOOTENAY. B.C.  172-5-12-G  W. J. TWISS,  MINING,  REAL ESTATE  ���������BROKER.���������  INSURANCE AND GENERAL  COM MISSION. AGENT.  FRONT STREET.     -     KASLO. B. C.  f550)  RELIANCE MINING EXCHANGE  Mine Incorporators and Brokers  .Will purchase ,or furnish money to develop  food properties;     First class connections in  Ja.stern cities and London.   Writers before  placing your property. ,  ,. 315 * 316  ROOKERY  s*_po:k._--_.:_-T:e_3    -    wash.  ���������    ��������� ���������     ���������      * 525  HARNESS and  SADDLERY  Pack Harness. Pack Straps  Team Housings. Whips,  Brushes, ���������- Combs, Bits,  Harness Oil, etc. Repairing a specialty Orders  promptly attended,  L. POGUE.  WARD ST.       j  (650) Opp Court House  FOR SALE  One large powerful self-playing Organ, plays  about 50 pieces of assorted dance music, etc.  The best Orxaii this side of San Francisco,  suitable for dunce house, theatre, concert room.  One or two smaller Organs on the same principles. . For further particulars apply to       FLETCHER,  (������87)  T.   W.  Victoria, B. C.  MINERS and  PROSPECTORS  Going to'Goat River or White Grouse Mountain aiines will iind it to their interest to get  tlieir supplies at the Pioneer Store at Sanca.  A complete assortment of Groceries and  Minors' Supplies always on hand at reasonable  prices.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.   ������������������      (627)  IN   THE   SUPREME   COURT   OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  NOTICE is hereby given that' on the 12th  day of July, 1897, it was ordered that'James  Ferguson Armstrong, Ollicial Administrator of  thc County of Kootenay, be administrator of  all and singular the goods, chattels and credits  of William Hibbits, of Stevens County, in thc  Stato of Washington, U. S. A., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to the said deceased isicquircd to make payment forthwith  to the undersigned.  Every person having in possession edicts belonging to tho said deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned. ���������  Every creditor or other person having any  claim or interest in tho distribution of thc personal estate of the said deceased, is required  within thirty days from this date, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his  name and address, and the. full particulars of  his claim or interest, or a statement of his account, and tho nature of the security (if any)  held bv him. After thc ��������� expiration of the said  thirtv "days thc administrator will proceed with  the distribution of the estate, having regard to  thoso claims only of which he shall have had  notice.  Hated nt. Donald, ������. C, this 17th day of July,  A. 1). 18U7. *  .        J.   F.   AUMSTROXG,  Ollicial Administrator,  (!'J8 - Donald. B. C.   .  CALIFORNIA MINERAL CLAIM.'  NOTICE.  Nr OTIC 13 is hereby given that two months  after (lute wc intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described prop-  city situate in West' Kootenai District namely'  commencing at a post.-planlcd at liigli water,  mark on thc cast shore ot ICootonav Lakcabout  3i miles north of Piloc-Bay on'said east shore  and marked ".101111 Lynch, XV. T. McDonald  and George XV. Orchard's, N. XV. Corner"  thence 40 chains east, thence 10 chains'south,  thence west lo the high water mark of said  Kootenay Lake, thence along said high water'  mark to the place of beginning, containing 1U0  acres more or less. ' '  JOHN LYNCH,  xv. t. Mcdonald.  - vr GHOUGK XV. ORCHARD.  Dated at Nelson, li. C, this --"Jth dav of June,  1897. *(i;jjf))  NOTICE.  IS HEREBY given that sixty davs after  date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchase tho following described property:���������  Commencing at a post planted alongside tho.N.  R. stake of the Columbia and Kootenay Railway Co's. grant situate on thc West Arm of  Kootenay Lako opposite Balfour and called L.  J. Tolinic's N.W. corner post thence running  south 80 chains along the eastern boundary  lino of the said railway company's grant thence  east 80 chains, thence north and west along  the shore of Kootenay lake to thc point of commencement and containing (UO acres more or  less. ..L. J. TOLMIE.  Dated Juno llth, 1S97. (������53)  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date I, Charles Day-  ward, will mako application to purchase two  hundred (200) acres of land situate on the south  bank of thc Columbia river, near Robson, as  follows: Commencing at the northeast corner  of Lot 181, thence westerly along Columbia  river bank to the east boundary of Lot SOI;  thence south forty chains; thence est lo 1 he  west boundary of Lot 181; ihence'north along  west boundary of Lot, 1S1 to its northwest corner; theno������east to point of commencement.  CHAS. JIAYWARD.  ,  Victioria, B. C, June 14th, IK)/.   " -073  Notice of Application for Liquor   License  TAKE notice that I, Hermann Knorr, will  apply to the Stipendiary Magistrate of West.  Kootcnaj-, thirty days afterdate, fur a license  to sell liquor by retail at Deer Park, in taid district. HKRMAN.V    KNOWS.  Dated at Deer Park, B. C, this ath dav of  June, 1SSJ7. CS-J -  Notice of Application for' Liquor License.  I-AKE notice that I, K. !���������". Cobb, will apply  to Ihe Stipendiary Magistrate c[ West  Kootenay. thirty days after date, for a license  to sell liquor by retail, at Ymir. in said district.  E. F. COBB.  Dated at Ymir. B.C., this 21th day of July,  -I8SI7. 71:1  FOR SALE,  BAKER ST.  Two Lots with Throe Storon  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  .   Several Lota (Fifty foot Croiit.nicre)  403 U. J. ti. Uicksou. Uakcr SI.  NELSOJ^LOTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed W. J. (jr. Dickson  local agent foriidtlition A to the town-  site,of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots" or parties wishing information,  plans or price list of ,t,he addition'-will  please apply to him.'  400    ��������� F. C. INNES.  NOTICE.  ' Take notice that sixty days after date I intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  1G0 ucrcs of unreserved Crown lands, situate nn  Crawford Hay,-West Kootenay District, and  commencing at a post marked K. C. Hnwoll.  N. W. corner; thenco' east 40 chains; thoimo  south 10 chains; thence west 40 chains to 1 lie  shore, and thence aloiig tho shore to tho point  of commencement. 10. C. HOWELL,  July 27, 1S07  [710] Per J. IlEititicic McGr.r.001:.  W. Starmer Smith  Decorative Artist  PAINTER,  Grrairier,  Glazier,  Paper Hanger  All kinds of House Repairing done. Only  first class workmen employed. Trade solicited.  Contracts given.  P. O. Box 137  679 *  NELSON, B. C.  Sitl'atkinvtheNklsox Misi.ng Division ok  lWkst   Kootknaay   -Distinct.    Wiikice  Loc.vted-On- the Nokth Sloi'kokToad  Mountain; adjoining "thufi Exchequer  Mineral Claim.  TAKEXOTICE thatl, J. M.MoGreeor, acting  as agent for 1\ Cherbo, Free Mine-s Certilicate No. 78130, intend, sixty days from the  day hereof, to apply to the MiniDjc liccordcr  for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvement-;.  a    J. _._. McGHKGOK.  Dated this 2Cth day of July, 1SU7 70-J  I ������������������.-f���������*^^-::  Sweet  Caporal  Cigarettes  STANDARD  OF THE WORLD  Kinney Bros.  SKW VOKK.  KOOTENAY    LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY.  All persons contributing $i.co  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitledto receive the full benefits of the Hospital; in addition the  $10.00 subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting at the annual  election of directois.  A. II. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson B. C' August 14th  1806.  "mi))  Say  !  Are you 'acquainted  - '' with  Fred. G-oodwin?  If not come and. buy a quart of  .-  Beer, 25 cents,  and get acquainted. .,,  " VICTOKIA HOTEL  NOTICE.  Tako notico that sixty days after date 1  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  1 -amis and Works for permission to purchase  KiO acrcs.of unreserved Crown IiuicIh, situatoon  Crawford .Hay, West'Koolenay District, imd  coimncncinK at u post marked li, s. Oddy, S.K.  corner! thenco west 10 chains; Ihence north HI  chains; thence cast 40 chains; thunco south 10  chains. ���������, .    11. S. ODDY.      -.  July-.'7,1S!I7 1711] Per J.'IIkkkicic McGkecoii.  Kootenay  Company  A Complete Stock of Building Lumber of all kinds  will now be kept  .   /at Nelson.  GSG     CHA1.1-ES StBARBE, Agent  Need It!  HAND  BOOK  or tiiKq   :>  AMENDMENTS  TO^I'llli  Mineral Act  '-   Passed'by the Legislative Assembly nf  ihe  Province of British Columbia, Maya, -1S'J7.  ���������* -   Price 25 cents '  ��������� - o  For sale at Miner Oilice. '    .    ,  KOOTENAY HOTEL  Lund & Peterson, Props.-  Vernon Street,' Nelson,."B.--G.  GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, ���������     ���������  First Ctobs l>;ir  in  cnuncetioii.     Trrii-  siei'it rci'PS te-isouahle.        (fiS'i)  J-^RC-EailTIECT  Clements and Hillyer Bik  -->.fi, ���������"  Room 6  Nelson, B. C.  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and --  .  Provincial-^*.,*  ���������-  Land Surveyor.  649  NELSON, B.  C.  frioiei   Slocai)  Oldest and Most Reliable In the City.  EDWIN CUMMINGS,  Proprietor:  7������������������RATES :-"---$2:-so-Per- Day,--   'Commercial {Travelers  ant> filMniuG  fil>e... .    ,  First=Class in all its.Appointments.  Cor. A Ave. and 4th St., KASLO, B.C.  (Mil  HOLIDAY  GOODS  Flags-    .,"'"' '  Cameras  Hammocks v -  Sporting Goods  Pishing .Tackle  Lunch Baskets  Everything*at  Thomson Stationery Co. Ltd  :v\2 NKLSflN", ������. C.  ���������ttiS&������-Z^������i$'������-l-Z-&&fs&2>3>&'2f2r&  ������ il'  ������ IS  V  u  %  MYWY  H fik������  s  IW  VV      That  $ lasting Pail  Its  many  are unique.  The price makes it  available to all.  means a long Vf  dualities-  I)  THEE.  :d.UZ: TUBS, PATS, DISHZS, ETC.  ���������i 1  --rf2  II  :i\  W  .m THE MiKEft NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897.  DUTY.  WORDS OP,PRAI8E.  THE L0Y_Ui. PRESS   OF  B. C UNANIMOUS.  Tkrjr  Argue   V������r the EftlablliihiMeut oT������  Hwelllni lad ��������������� try Ik. t'anaila  Without Delay.  Witb the-exception of. the Rowland  Miner, which in ooutrolled by Mr. D. C.  Oorbin, president of tbe Spokane Fall's  & Northern system of railways, the Provincial press is unanimously iu favor of  Kootenay ores beinir sm> 1 ed on this side  of the international boundary. Mr.  Corbin's paper naturally advocates the  establishment of smelters io the United  States so that tbe Bed Mountain railway  may hove the benefit of banling the ore  of the Trail oreek mines.  The following clippings, taken at random, should be amply sufficient to convince the Dominion - government as to  the opinion of the people.  (From Vancouver Newa-Advorti-er.)  Every Canadian, especially the people  of British Colnmbia, is interested in seeing the ores mined in this Province, also  smelted and refined on this side of the  boundary line. Our interest in that  course is so plain, tnat it requires no long  reference tu the advantage which the  operation of smelters in British Columbia  will bring us, to make it clear. Otherwise, the field for-employment in the  redaction of the ores will be lost to our  people; the money paid out for wages to  the employees ot such enterprises will go  to build up foreign towns; foreign capitalists will reap the profit on smelting  c operations, instead of it enriching those  in this country.. All these things are so  plain that there is no room for any difference of opinion iu regard to them; we  are all also agreed that, if it be possible  our fiscal legislation should be framed in  such a manner as to achieve such a result.  .From the Vancouver World)  We have, to assume that the management ot the Le Roi Mining company of  Rowland bas fully decided upon establishing their smelter at Northport, some  miles south of the international boundary  line, on the Columbia river and upon the  line of - tbe Bed Mountain railway, of  which, company Mr. D. C." Corbin is  president, as he likewise , is of the Spokane- & Northern and Nelson & Fort  Sheppard lines. It was hoped that in  view of the great probability of the Federal governmeut placing an export duty  on all mineral-bearing quartz that tbe  muoh-talked-ot new smelter. would not  be erected in a foreign country instead of  in Canadian territory. Tbe general  belief is tbat the Federal government  should lose no time in enforcing the  power Parliament gave it last session in  the matter ot placing an export duty on  ores. ���������=  - (From the Rossland Rosslandor.)  Mr. Heinze. baa- offered the Le Roi  Company a sito and water power on the  Columbia river and- equally good-transportation rates: So far as the mine is  concerned we cannot see that at present  why a site on the Canadian Bide and at  the Columbia riyer ia leas suitable for a  smelter tban Northport, or ia it unlikely  _that���������-he.-Caua__.an -railway��������� companies  will give rate* on fuel and fluxes that  What un  Eaateru Newspaper Has lo Say  About Nelson^ Magistrate.  A recent issue of The Northern Advance, of Bame, Ontario, bas the following to say concerning the appointment  of Mr..E. A. Crease as police' magistrate  ot Nelson:  ��������� "Werejoiceto learn that our late towns  mun, Mr. E. A. Crease; bos been appoiuted tbe police magistrate of Nelson, a  rising city iu Kootenay B.C. A more  fitting' selection could not have been  made. A man o( high moral character,  in the prime of life, a barrister ot Os-  goode Hall, brought up, if not born^ in  Cunada, and fumiliar with the habits and  affaiis of the people, be is eminently  -fitted for such au oflice.  He has been well known to the people  of Barrie for many years as an earnest,  grave, studious man, liked and respected  by all --who new him. Amongst Mr.  Crease's earnest friends here is Senator  Gowan, who took a WBrm interest in him,  indeed no member of our community was  more fully under the tongue of good  report in every way than Mr. Crease.  The Attorney-General of British Columbia, with whom the appointment rested,  is to be congratulated on the happy selection he has made for "so important an  office in a new country, where moral  standing, firmness and honesty of purpose are as important as knowledge of  law.  We congratulate tbe community  amongst whom Mr. Crease will move and  oct. In-such positions it is of vital importance the individual should be an  exemplar of morals as well as an able  and efficient administrator of the law.  A FREE  TRIP TO  KLONDIKE  WITH A  GOOD PAIR  OF SHOES  THE NELSON SHOE CO. <**"-"*���������  Wouldn't be enjoyable without  proper foot-wear  We can fit you  Black or Tan.     Heavy or'light  Good to wear and  Price right  F. C. GAMBLE, J. P.  v I1nst* CC' *K ., M- Cll������- Soc* G- li  M. Ain. Soo C. B. 1>. L. S. for H. C.     '  (Lute Res.hiiB. Don. of Pub. Wks. of Canada in B. C.)  Nelson, B; C.  FRANCIS J. O'REILLY,"  Assoc. M. lust. C. IC.      P.L. S. for 11. C.  Kossland, B. C.  Baker Street  576  THE WHITELAW TRADING CO.,  Wholesale Dealers in  Creamery   and   Dairy Butter, *Eggs, Flour  Oatmeal, Lard, Potatoes, Etc.  Brandon, Man., and ^r^ Nelson, B.C.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY  Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,  Accountants and General Agents  Agents Insurance Company of North America  NELSON AND BOSSLAND,  690  BRITISH COLUMBIA  AVEST KOOTENAY  BOECKH'S  SUPERIOR  PAINTERS'  BRUSHES  BOECKH'S  HOUSEHOLD  BRUSHES and  BROOMS  NELSON TO BONNER'S.  ALL-BAIL   CONNECTION   UP  KOOTENAY TALLEY.  TflE  The  Great Northern Hallway Will goon  Be BmiBli-g Through Tralnit  Inlo Neltioii.  will make Bossland. preferable to either.  - (From the Vancouver MiningCritlc.)  The Le Eoi mine management has of  late taken the classical attitude of Ajax,  and, with its, proposed smelter in hand,  is defying the Dominion of Canada  generally and the Province of- British  Columbia in particular.  (From tho Slocan City Sown.)  The "decision of the Le Roi company to  build its smelter at. Northport, seems  more than likely to force the Dominion  goTernment into putting that export'  duty on ores, especially in view of the  recent sale of the Pilot Bay smelter and  the strong probability of its being operated on a large scale within a very few  weeks. The Le Koi company has made  all its money out of Canada. It should  have sufficient gratitude to smelt its ore  here, and do its best to help the country  that, is helping it.  (From the Kaslo Kootenain.)  ��������� Col-Peyton, has been telling the reporters that as soon as the Crow's Nest  Pass railway is completed into Rossland  tbe Le Itoi company will build a smelter  in Canada and run the Northport shelter  as a castom smelter, and he does not hesitate to add that if there had been the  slightest chance of getting the railroad  connection at an early "date the smelter  never wonld have been built in North-  port at- all. Colonel, you ought to be  ashamed of yourself, when yan know all  the time that the contracts for building  the LeRoi smelter at-Northport were  signed six months ago, and that the pro-  oeeedings since were merely a little comedy designed to bluff the public. You  are either a sad old sinner, Colonel, or a  gadold wag.   Possibly both,  (From Quartz Creek Miner)  Mr. Heinze has offered to do the square  thing.with the Le Roi people, in fact the  whole Kootenay district has done everything in its power to have the Le Roi  smelter built.in British Columbia and if  it is built at Northport, asBeems possible,  it will simply be "America for the Americana" instead of "Canada for the Canadians."  The Miner learns from unimpeachable  authority that the Great Northern rail-  way company has fully decided to have a  direct all-rail line to Nelson at an early  date.  Ibe franchise granted at the last session of the legislature to St.* George  Hammersley and associates brought into  existence the Nelson and Bedlington  railway company. The franchise gives  the right-of-way for a liue from this city  to Bedlington, a point on the Kootenny  river at the international boundary. In  the scheme with Mr. Hammersley are a  number of prominent English capitalists.  This corporation has completed its financial orrongements for the construction  of the railway. For "sometime past, a  large force of" engineers bus been surveying the route of; the road along the  banks of. the Kootenay, Their work is  nearly finished and so far the result is  very satisfactory.  It is said that the Nelson & Bedlington  company has an understanding with  President Hill, of the Great Northern, to  the effect tbat he will commence the  construction of a railway from Bonner's  jFeny to. Bedlington .as soon as Mr._Ham_  -I-^IE-IjSO-N"  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS  SATISFACTION  CVlAHANTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.  NELSON, B. C.  mersley'8 company is ready to build at  this end of the line. At.present there is  no way of ascertaining just what traffic  arrangements have been, completed  between the two companies, but it is said  that Mr. Hill will have the complete  control of tbe line as far as Nelson.  It is well known that President Hill  fully recognizes the importance and extent of Kootenay's trade. His influence  and money are responsible for the construction of the Kaslo" and Slocan railway which, while it bos proved a very  profitable enterprise, is not sufficient in  .itself for vigorous competition with the  recently established all-rail lines of the  Canadian Pacific in this district. The  unnnvigable condition of the Kootenay  river during the winter season is the  main draw-back of the Great Northern  Bystem of feeders. The building of the  Nelson-Bedlington road is the missing  and necessary link of the Great Northern  in tbis section of British Columbia.  A MILLION DOLLABS.  POE.  FRUIT JARS    '     FRUIT JARS  Rememember that we are headquarters and that  U will save money in getting them from ns  Jn any quantities that may be desired  X^e prices are right, as we received our  Jars at carload rates, and we are   *  A.ble to sell them cheaper than any other  Retailer in the Kootenay country  Snaps they are at our prices  My1 tt'      M, Des Brisay & Co.  ______ GROCERS AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS  Always Reliable and as Represented-   For sale by all  leading Wholesale and Retail Dealers  CHAS. BOECKH & SONS  Manufacturer of Brushes, Brooms and Woodcnware.  TOBQITTO 67e OnSTT  _���������. ^^^rngmmx^a^imi i wmmrb������iji i ��������� .��������� a -x^vmsa^TKan-arx. ������������������������c%xjnaj^^^^a^m^mi^^M^m  Red plood Toi)icA     m  MAKES  &  ������  An  Improved  Sai'saparilla  CURES MK������r^fe,r,llia Livcr' "'"-  I   ^ sale at VANSTONE'S DRUB STORE        i  ^   102 BAKER STREET 695 OORpR JOSEPHINE    3  '.-.  ���������h...������>  A thin oily fibre-food fluid/which  sinks into thc pores leaving a  velvety burnishing film outside.  Rub this friction coat a  little, and lo!���������a brilliant,  lasting, lustre ������ dawns  through it.  Neither varnish, turpentine,  MB.  SMITH _s CO.  Biscuit Manufacturers.  The  Ai������e*Hiuent of the Municipality Win  Probably Beach That Figure.  The* city assessor, is engaged in fixing  the valuation of real property but has  not yet proceeded far enough to justify  him in expressing an opinion in regard to  results. However, the belief is that the  assessed valuation will be in the neigh-  hood of 81,000,000. At a Ruess, the improvements will show a total of about  8500,000 and if_the'_eyy is placed at tbe  limit of 15 mills, the revenue, upon the  above valuations will be 832,500. The  improvements in Addition "A" are placed  at 830,000.  ���������'BUtmt Bo a ThlHK."  Hon. George Bohun Martin. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works, has  been- making a Ministerial progress  through the Kootenay country,, and, in  "a moment of weakness," consented to  talk for the press. In his maiden intei-  view, be fell to the tender mercies of the  Nelson Miner man, and was "drawn ont"  ia a style which Bhowed the C. C. of L. &  *W. to have more volubility and gullibility  than gumption.���������New "Westminster Columbian.   ,  VICTORIA        -        B.c.  .213)  ^CUT   RATES^:-  I-am prepared to make accurate and   reliable  Silver, 8 .50   Silver and gold, 81.00  Gold,*... 1.00. Copper, ;. l.CO  following rates:  assays upon ores at the  Silver, lead, gold and copper, 82.00  silver, lead nud gold  1.50  Si65 %ZhclZTbyf'"li! ������r "XP-eSS and a" chW������ must be P���������PaM in  full.    The charges for the, assaying must also accompany the sample.  Money furnished.to prospectors to develop their claims for an interest in  same.. Claims bought and sold Good prospects stocked. Prospectors  are invited to correspond with me. ��������� 608  WALTER d. BROWN      -      -     -     nelson b. c.  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  ;   HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.  Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelsbn, Kaslo,  Sandon, Three Forks, New- Denver and Slocan City!  We are prepared to supply consumers with  all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats at reasonable prices.  Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.  not wax, to parch leather or seal up its pores, in���������  5wm Shoe Poush j  MIKBU ������ WEU.S, Sole Awls for fchw. 081     cuq ���������wos., Asvnili nt Kl|s|o.  Headquarters for  or������iro������OTR,C   UGHT  SUPPLIES.  MOTORS WATER WHEELS *^^'  ENGB^%RS ''WAHTE%ESURRUES  BOILERS CHANDLIERS  Estimates given and contracts entered into for the  entire systems. "  Call on or write W. T. STEWARD,  Box ?9  470 ELECTRICAL ENQINEER, Nelson, B. C.  Fred J. Squire  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF ���������  WINTER and SPRING GOODS  TWEEDS,'   SERaES,   WORSTEDS,   Etc,  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS  ������25.00 AND  UPWARDS,  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. w  NELSON, B.C.  ICE CREAM!   ICE CREAM!  VIENNA  BAKERY RESTAURANT  For the Very Best Meal at the Most Resoniililc Price ours is the place.    Ever  description of Lunches put up to order.    AVe are now prepared to fnvntth .,' 1  Kinds of Fancy Cakes, Vienna. Tarts, Lady Fingers, ���������^l���������r������e&mw$L-  (ling Cakes a Specialty.   , ' -  fustiest _bzr:e!.a_:d  insr TO^nsr  delivered to any.pait of the town.   Also a fresh supply of Fancy Candies."  031 R. HURRY, Proprietor.  Thos. Dunn ������ Co.,L'd.  DEALERS IN  MINERS', BLACKSMITHS' Al MILL SUPPLIES  "^���������ho���������0*' M������^���������,CKS' EARAAD  SHEET STEEL,  MUEKS ^HOTELS. wire HOPES, MAMllA HOPES.  ������1.-__MIE   FISEUDCIPS.  SOLEAGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR MINING  CO.'S  QUICKSILVER.  Write for Quotations. Cable Address. 'fDnunJ  ("33).- "VAITCO-CrVEE, B.  C  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent. Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Right.   Prompt attention to all orders. v..  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co  , VANCOUVER, B. C.  tO AND 12 CORDOVA STREET  600 GRANVILLE STREET.  417 HASTINGS STREET /.;-���������  THE MINER, NELSON   B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897  > 11|'  Wilt Jftimr.  Jlclson, Sicjet iloDtctms, gritislt Columbia:.  WEEKLY STOOK EEPOBT.  Companies.  No.  of  Shares  NKI.80X.  Hall Mines   Exchequer   KOSSLAND.  Alberta   Heaver   Big Three   Butte   Brit. Can. Gold fields  B. C. Oold King...  Bluebird   Bruce   Culcdon ia Con   California   C.&C   Celtic Quuen   Centre Star   Colonna   Commander   Crown Point   Beer Park   Dclucolfi   Doin ware   Kasteni Star   Enterprise   Krio   Krcning Star   Georgia   Gertrude   Giant   Golden Drip   Golden C^uecn   Great Western ���������  Ilattie Brown   Helen   High Ore   Homestake   Idaho   Imperial   Iron Horse   Iron Mask   IXL   Independent    Josie   .him bo :'i.  Knight Templar..'..  Kootenay-London ..  Leltoil   ,Lily May   Mayflower   Monita   Monte Cristo   Morning Star   Nestl-gg   Northern Belle   Novelty   O.K   Palo Alto   Phoenix   Poorman   Hod Mountain-view  ... K. Lee   Hod Point   Rochester   Hossland, KcdMt..  Rosslaud Star   St. Klmo    St Paul   Silveriue   Sou'u Cross & V con  Sultana   Trail Mining Co.  Union   Virginia   War Kagle t   West Le Koi   White .Bear   Young British Am'ii  AINS WORTH.  llellie   Ellon..-   BOUNDARY.  Old Ironsides   CAMl*   MCKIKXEV.  Cariboo t...-   Par  Value  ���������Price.  300,600  1,000,000  1,000,000  7ao,ooo  3,5oo,ooo  1,000,000  2,Soo,000  1,000,000  (ioo.ooo  1,000,000  000,000  2,000,000  000.000  "00,000  000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  000,000  2,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  'Goo.ooo  000,000  1.000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  Too.ooo  000,000  000,000  1,000,000  000,000  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  000,000  000,000  1,000,000  2,000,000  1,000,000  000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000.000  000,000  000,000  1,000.006  ���������" 2,ooo  600,000  000,000  000,000  000,000  2,000,000  1,000,000  75o,ooo  1,000,000  1,000,000  800,000  1J  1 00  JtEVKLSTOKE.  Orphan Boy   SLOCA.V.  Alamo.'...!    Cumberland   Dardanelles   Grey Kagle'.'.   Idler   Kootcnay-Colurnbia  -Minnesota.. .v.j.-.-.-  Noble 1'ivo Con..  Rambler Con ���������  Reco   Slocan Star   Sunshine   Wonderful....'...  Washington   XOKTIIPOKT.  Red Top   00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  1 00  1 00  1 00  00  00  00  00  00  00  06  00  0 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  700,000  000.000  00,000  1,000,000  7oo,ooo  1,000,000  'J 00  1,000,000  1.200,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  00,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  00  no  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  .1 00  loo 00  1 00  1 00  - 1 00  I 00  loo  I   00  1 00  ���������1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  lo 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  loo 00  ���������=-1-00  1 00  1 00  1 00  00  lo 00  1 00  '  1 00  1 00  ������1 10s  ������oio  0 10  0 1"  0 Oil  0 Oii  0 10  0 10  0 10  0 10  0 05  0 05}  0 05  0 22  0 1ft  0 4(i  0 ir>i  0 Oil  0 12  0 OOJ  0 20  0 03  0   Ik  0 11;  0 s  0 15  0 15  0 IS  0 20  0 11  0 7  0 i  ��������� -0 01  0 07J  Olo)  0 30  0 (Ki  0 27}  0 50-  0 oi  0 10  800  0 12  0 13.  0 10  12J-  OOoJ  0 08  0 10  0 2  0 Ot)  OOD  0 lli  0 05  0 10  0 121  0 10  0 2(!  0 15  0 05J  0 10  0 05  0 20  0 10  'OOfi  0 11  0 20-  0 Ki  0 (Wi  0 11  0   7J  0 Ml  0 47  0 08  0 16  0 lo  July 29- .  Standard���������Wm Anderson to F Alstrom. i.  Milo���������A O Mooers to Thos Kent, i.  July 30-  Iron Mountain���������I) M Bongard, Ellon Bon-  Rnrd nnd J I_ McPhee to R G Tatlow, J������500.  Evening Star���������A Carney to G O Buchanan.  Handy Andv���������A J Harris to J M Harris, J A  Myers and D A Myers, }, ?o.  Pontine i and nil Tecumsic���������John Alexander  and Martin Heath, $1250.  July 31-  Old Joe���������Win Turner to Joe Downer,}..  August 2���������  Colorado���������Wm Meadows to A Crecry.  S'indown���������A. McKay to G Warton, jj.   ���������  Sundown-J A Carlson to A McKay, K*20\  Seven-Comc-Eleven���������A Houghton to P  Criddlo, i.  Salem���������M Sullivan and M B Clements to C  S Warren, $500.  Roger, Irene and Snow Shoe���������PG Xash to P  M Forin. C BchrmanandE C Ward. 1-5 in each.  Snow Shoe. Irene and Roger���������P G Nash to J  F Ritchie, 1 in ouch, $175.  August 3���������  Mountain Goat No 2���������A T Garland to Wm  Stables.-1-18.  Olivia and Tipton���������S T Laird to IIM Yocum,  iin each.  Gant. Kanopolis and Violaa���������II M Yocuin to  ST Laird, a 6.  ^ Peacock Copper. Copper Glance and Silver  Star���������A Carney to Joe Swanson, J in each. '  ltosslaml.  July 27���������  Eva���������Jens Olsen lo C E Peterson. J.  Eva���������C Peterson to John .1 Hicks.l-Ki.  Sea Bird-Geo T Waaren toJolin B Chantrell  Seal���������Mary Warren to John Chantrell.  July 20-  Mary B-J J Bristoe to H A Hatfield and Jas  MoNamara.  Mary B���������IIA Hatfield and James McNamara  to Thomas F Drew.  July 30-  Calcitc���������U B Crcelmah to Chas Connel.  Same���������Chas Connel to Chas Hayward, i.  July 31��������� (.  ' Mormon' Girl���������Willis M Fowlkcs to Geo 1>  Monk and V C Wynegar.     u  NEW   LOCATIONS.  Xrlson.  0 35  012  1 75  2 75  0 ftH  0 27*  0 10  tDividcnds paid to date .are as follows: Lc  Hoi, 8525,000; War Kagle, $187,000;' Cariboo,  $150,000; Idaho $152,000; Slocan Star, $350,000;  Reco $150,000; Rambler 810.000. Alamo, Cumberland, Goodenough and Noble Five have also  paid dividends.,. <.  Julv 31-  Rccovery���������T Kirby, w fork n fork Salmon  riv. adj Evening Star.  ' Black Hawk���������G A Pace, head Barrett ek.  O K���������J McMmaii, A McDonald, bet. 7 and 9  mi cks.  Uhlan���������J M McGregor, Toad mt, adj Alaska  and Golden.  Kutoca��������� Same, same.  Ksconada-P M Larson, J D Helps, 7 mi up  Kokanee ck.  Marquette���������Same, same.  Aunt Mary���������,1A Benson, G Hallln, -J mi s > w  or Summit siding.  Iowa���������A K Lillic, } mi w Millck.  Charlotte���������G C Hodge, on divido bet Anderson and o fork of Cottonwood cks.  Jessie��������� 1) Bobcrtson, same.  Emma���������M Des Brisay, same.  Slay���������J L Stamford, same.  Jennie���������K Furguson, sanio.  August 2���������  Little Giant���������W Donald, Bald mt, bet McPhee and Ten mi cks.     o  Bay Horse���������G Kerr, same.  Port Entry���������J Omclia, head e fork of n fork  Salmon riv. 0,  Aurora���������J Carrignn, same.  Wide Wako-J C Wrinht, .21 mi s cof Nelson.  Copper Queen���������tt W Martin, nsidc Toad mt,  I mi fin N & F S ry.  Mollie Lee���������XV N Mack, e fork of n fork Salmon riv.  Klondike���������It W Bacon, i min wot Quartz ck.  Gertie���������C H Burnett, jr. head Rover ck.  Keep Cool���������J Ranahan, J Currie,' on w side  ^BoulderckrUmiN&F'Sry. -���������-?*���������,���������  Elkhorn���������II Skoning, O Stelling, 1 mi n of  Hall ck. .-,  Littlo Leo���������F Glencross, I mi' n w of. Give-  out ck.  Blue Nut���������W F Hornshoe,  O Johnson, west  fork of Sproule ck. ������ c  Yellow Stone���������Same, same.  Corona���������A Jeffs. Luther Lenox, Morning mt,  IJ mi w of Silver King.  Mohawk���������A Jeffs. S R Frazier, Morning mt.  w of w fork Givcout ok.  Jumbo���������A Johnson. S, Enox, head of McPhee  creek.  Alice���������D Booth. C H Burnett, jr, Hall ck, 2}  mi s e of Silvor King.  Golden Chain���������I) G Walsh,  Toad  mt adj  Irene.  August 3���������  St Charles���������J Moran. Keno ck, 3 ml a Fern.  Little Joc-R A Williams, head Barrett ck.  Fish Hawk���������R J Turnbull. L Ottoson. Salmon riv.) mi n e Hall siding.  Black Prince���������Same, same.  Lulu���������II Marquardt, 11 miupw fork of 19 ck.  Harold���������L O Ottcstad, Kootenay lake, opp  Kokaneo ck.  Adventure���������CO Qualhcim,same.  Lexington���������W II Carbould, near head Barrett ck.  Youkon��������� U Carbould, same.  Bradley���������T B Edwards, same.  Com Stock���������J A Haywood, same.  Morning Mine���������G- Clough, 2 m n Kootenay  riv, 7 mi fm Robson.  Honest Dollar���������J Smylie. 2 mi s w Slocan  crossing.  Bald Mountain���������A J Smith, S Gardner, on w  side Roaring ck, 3 mi fm N & F S ry.  El Paso���������A J Smith, S Gardner, J H Steele,  c side N&FS ry, 1 mi fm Summit.  Diablenoche���������Same, on divide bet Hall and  Barrett cks.  Jack Pot���������A Perry, 1 mi e of Five mi point,  11 mi fm s side Kootenay riv.  -  Elgin���������J McPhail, 6 mi up first ck last of Kokanee ck.  Napa���������B Flaherty, R Barr, W Barr, head  Rover ck.  Dexter Fraction���������A C Flummerfelt, Sandy  ck, 2 mi south Dewdney trail.  August 4���������  Starlight���������A P Wilson, n slope Craig nit.  Black Bear���������J M McLeod,  Toad mt,  adj  Eldorado.  Klondyke���������A L Gordon, bet Rover and Bird  cks, j mi s Kooteday riv.  Acme Fraction-C K Milbourae, 3J mi up  Hall ck.  Jubilee���������G W Mitchell, 1 mi up Deerck.  Rob Roy���������W S Jackson, M Hughes, Toad mt,  2 mi s w Hall siding.  Horack���������C F Goodwin, 6 mi up Six mi ck.  1-Aurier���������Same, same.  Jumbow���������A Anderson, same.       ���������   -  Success���������Same, same.  August 5���������  Grand Union���������W McKinnon. n fork Salmon.  riv. 1 mi above Craigtown.  Florence Fraction���������P Laplant, n fork Salmon'  riv, 10 mi fm N & F S ry.  '   Silvor Cloud���������J Wilson, et at, Salmon riv 31  mi n Jack Wilson's cabin.  August 6���������/  Pearl���������J Coons. 1 mi up middle fork 9 mi ck.  Hood-.I C Huff, same.  ' Klondike���������0 Cameron, Boulder ck, Jr ml s  Summit tiding.  Big Showing���������Same, same.  , Ulia���������II W Farrel', head Grohman ck.  EXPORTS AND KEVENUE.  Ciovermueut Krcelvvrt.. Over tjKM.MIt From  Nelson IHstrlet-lit July.  Tbe following statement of exports and  revenue for tbe mouth of July was  received yesterday from ��������� Georgo Jobu--  slone, collector of customs for the Nelson  district:  KXPOHTS.  Ore 3658 tons.."   "Copper Matte   181."  Total   Animals and their Produce.  Manufactures   The Forest    Total   Nelson   Hossland   Kaslo    Trail :   Waneta   Nakusp   Rykert's   .Total..  Duty Collected.  .". $ 228,625 00  .. . 315,207 00  $543.832 00  3,494 00  6,588 00  93500  - $551,849 Oo  $0,200 34  9,013 8S  ������,170 12  4.31-3 35  1,008 57  1*54 07  111.09  $30,723 14  $30,723 41  KuiMl Politic*.  A Liberal association is being organized  at Grand Forks in order to have all the  political machinery in running order by  tlie first of June next,' when the Provin-  election will take place. There will be a  maps-meeting iu a few" days, when the  different officers of - the association will  _be_app-ointed. Y. ^J = =_  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration is named in transfers  the nominal sum of SI is to be understood.  '='*    NcIhoii.  July SO���������  Oold Queen���������S Nelson to G Kichnian. 1.  -  Silver Chief���������XV A Abcrncthy to S M Wai-  -   ton. <j  Tillic, Fort   Scppard, Little  Ella���������J West-  gate to J 11 Bowes, 1-20.  July 31- .        ..  Olive Beaton���������J JI Beaton to M McLean, J.  Blue Bell���������W It Beamish to C D Kennedy, }.  Emily, Last. Chance, Huron���������G Davies, L  .liaynham. XV Delaney to It J Wilson, ������300  down; 84,000 February 1, 98.-  _ August 2���������  Little Chap. Little Giant, Bryan���������Letters  administration to Peter McBridc.  Swiss, Highland Chief, Berne, Kootenai Pass  ���������C Faas, H Siege, H Clever, W H Crawford.  M M Heckman to A Dick and A H McKenzie,  bond 3-0,000: $10,fi00 down; $15,000 Nov 27, 97  il and $14,100 March 27, 9S,  August 3���������  ' "Hidden Treasure���������M Mclntyre, D Cameron,  3 0 flletia to D E Grobe, i.  ���������     Iron  Chief.  Iowa Fraction- J McCrcath to  - Hamilton and Rossland G M Co  August 4���������  St Louis-M Horn to C V Doell, i.  Canadian Queen���������W F Mitchell to M. H Gilliam. J, $100.  Violet-T A Gossett to II E Gardner, 1, ������30.  - Mammoth���������M Mover to S XV Reynolds and C  C Lee. i, $100.  Addie Smith, King of British Columbia���������W  C Hayward, G D Sankey, M H Bacon. J S  Bletz, S II Stinger, XV S Stewart, S M Johnson, XV S Deacon, F Russell to R Beer and C  Berry, J.  August 5��������� -     -  SifMountaineer, Mabel Bell���������CLider, W Davenport to IC A Roberts.  Anacortes Bell���������O Peterson to P La Plant i.  Canada Rose���������W Pye to J B Dabney, i. $100.  Molly F, M E F, Nebraska Girl, Big 2���������W  Footc, B T Footc and J B Dabney to Wild  Horse G M Co,    Black Bean���������J M JlcLeod to J Hickcy, i.  Jubilee���������M H Gilliam to N Fitzstubbs.  Northern Light���������A 13 Duckworth to J Dor-  .    scy.  AuguUG-  Falcon���������C Wolfe to L Levy and J G Kid well.  Perfect Title,  Level Townsite.  ���������������������������LOTS"*  are now on the Market.  Corner Lots on Columbia Avenue from SI25  to $150. Inside Lots  $100. Other Lots from  St5 to $100. Terms,  one-third cash, one-third  in 3 months, one-  io6  Recorded as Nelson Oity, being Subdivisions of Lot 58 A;  " THE CHOICEST OF  RESIDENCE  PROPERTY  Lake View adjoins the City of Nelson and has superb  water frontage, affording an uninterrupted view of Kootenay  Lake. ������������������  Lake View is a typical townsite, the land being almost  level, there is little or no grading to be done.  Lake View has good natural drainage, but the topography will not satisfy high climbers. " .  Lake View has ample water supply.  Lake View Lots ear now offered for sale at reasonable  prices and-on easy terms. , -  The Land Company is now clearing streets, laying sidewalks and generally improving their property, and offer special  inducements to purchasers intending to build at once.  Title Guaranteed. .  For prices of lots and terms of sale apply at the office of  Nelson City Land and Improvement Co.,  "*.'- Nelson, B. C.  I -o  Kaslo.  July 23-   -  Midge���������Michael Landrigan to W Perdue. 1.  Buckingham and Gatineau���������J J Slid and J  O Kendall toll Giegerich, i, ?100.  Armstrong tk Morrison  RIVETED STEEL  PIPE, ALL s,ZEs  ���������MANUFACTURERS* OF  ���������T GATES, MONITORS, ELEVATORS, ORE CARS, Etc.,  $Co_n������-T--tP Water Wnrlra Outfit |a^ <������  ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION ^  ^    715JKfi&r ���������VANCOUVER,B.C. *  No. 397. :'���������  CERTIFICATE  OF  THE  REGISTRATIO.V  OF A FOREIGN COMPANY.  "Companies' Act," Part IV., and Amknu-  ing.Acts. ���������  'Maude' S.. and  Ben llnsscn Mining Oin-  l������any." (Foreign.)   .'  Registered thc oth day of March, 1S97.  I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  registered the "Maude S and Ben Hassen  Mining Company" (Foreign), under the "Com  panies' Act," Part IV., and Amending Acts.  The head ollice of the said Coinpan  ated at the City, of S  Washington, U.S.A.           panv iii situated at the City, of Spokane,  in the State of  The ohjects for which' tho Company is established are:���������To work, operate, buy, soil, lease,  locate, acquire,' procure, hold, and deal in  mines, metals, and mineral claims of every  kind and description within the United States  of America, and thc Province of Mritish Coluni- ���������  bia, Canada; to carry on and conduct a general  mining, smelting, milling and reduction business; to purchase, acquire, hold, erect, and  operate electric light and power plants for the  purpose of mining and treating ores.-and for  tho purpose of furnishing lights and creating  power for all purposes: to bond, buy, lease, locate, and hold ditches, tluir.es and water  rights; to construct, lease, buv, sell, build or  operate railroads, ferries, traniwavs. or other  means of transportation, for transporting ores,  mining and other materials; to own, bond, buv,  sell, lease, and locate timber and timber  claims; nnd finally to do everything consultant,  proper and convenient, and requisite for the  carrying out of the objects and purposes aforesaid, m their fullest and broadest sense, within  the territory aforesaid.  The capital stock of tlie said Companv N  eight hundred thousand dollars, divided into  eight hiuidred.thousand shaves ot the par value  of one dollar each.  Given under my hand and seal of ollice. at,  'Victoria, Province of British Columbia, the oth'  day of March, 1S97.  [l~ s.J "    S.   Y.   WOOTTON,  (CM Registrar.of loinl Stock Companies.  F. Ll. OSLER and J, w. CARW1N  Mining and  Real Estate Agents.  __sr_EX_soisr       -      -       _b_c_  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  * ixsuuaxci: and ���������. ���������  "   COMMISSION Aiii;\T.  VICTORIA ST., NELSON, B. C.  G. D. CURTIS  Concerning Mineral Gity.  The mines on Cariboo Creek in the  famous Slocan District are tributary  to Mineral City. Tenders are being  invited by the Provincial Government  for a wagon road from Arrow Lake  to Mineral City.  Mineral City will be to the Cariboo  District what Rossland is to the Trail  Creek District. See key plan at any  agent's office.  A sample shipment of 60 tons of ore  was sent to the Trail smelter which  assayed $60 in gold to the ton.  The conditions in Mineral City are  the same as in Rossland when it  started.  Like Rossland it is in the middle of the  mines.  623    OVKK TIIOMSOXV KOOK STOltK. .  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Okkjck:  NELSON   AND   KOSSLAND, B. C.  lio  Music Lessons  Mrs. Morley is prepared to receive  pupils for. Piano, Violin or Organ.  Apply, at .Thmusnn   Stationery, <:<������\s  Sloio,  KcInoii. 427  Do you want Type? Do you want Ink?  Do you want to trade frewr*?  Do you want to trade I'apcr Cultvrv.'  Do you want anything in the Printing Much in  cry line?   If so write to  toko.vto i vri; foiimmo <;<���������.  CC3 .'.JO t'nrdovn SI., Vancouver, It. I'.  n  run nindS  California,_lineCo.  iHJ   UI1U    UlUJ  ADDRESS 511  NELSON  B.C.  House Painting  Paper Hanging  A. EN STEAD,  R. C. COOPER,  M. JOHNSON, WARD ST.-,  Opposite Steam Laundry  65'  Apply to the following Agents, Nelson:  W. A. JOWETT,  A. R. SHERWOOD,  THE R. J. BEALEY CO, Lt<T Ly, Rossland, General Agents,  .era By whom alone agreements will be given.  KASLO, B, C,  VICTORIA, B, C.  NELSON, B.C,  Mr. Herbert Cuthbert  Promoter and Organizer  Oflhe Slocan l.nkc <iol<l .V Silur .Mliii'o.  L<l., and of thc ISrIIMi ianadiiiii <:<>1<I I lrl������U  {exploration t������evclo|>:iU'iil antl Investment  Company, l.������l.,- and'late Goneral Western  Manager cf lhe latter Company.  C'Ml   Supply  CAPITALISTS'-ukI   INVESTORS  With Good  Gold and Silver Properties, and all Informa  tion with llcfcronco io_|.iie Gold Fields of 11. O.  Xelron. B.C.. ilay, 1397. ((.ill)  KOOTENAY . LAKE  SAW HILL  Nelson   Office   and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Builders are invited to inspect my  stock of  Rough .and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles,  Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, "&c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  '"������������������il  -   i^  - -fi  a  u  lY  ' J-1  ������������������������-.'  G. O* JSUchaijai)  413 IHE MINER, NELSON, B. C��������� SATURDAY, AUG, ;; 1897.  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  RETURNS FOR 1������97 UP TO DATE.  '   OBE EZPOKTED.  From Slocan via -Kaslo hh%jrJ  Slocan via Nakusp   * ���������   .,  0 Kossland via Northport il.2f.il I  liossland via Nelson      o2        ,   Tons  2!)>Ji  Through Nelson Custom Hou^o.S 1,158(1,871.00  Keiclstoke (Niucusp)���������,   l-Jl.&iO.to  2,111,710.05  Average value per ton, ������70.102  PRODUCE OF SMKLTKKS.  (Shipped)  TONS  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte  970  Trail Smelter Matto    Mm  4010.  Total valuo, 32,280.33.'.. IS  , "    "  of ore and matte exported, 81,302,015.83  ORE  SHIPMENTS.    .  Kelurnii Since last Week. -  VIA   KASLO.  Ruth to Everett  210  Great Western to Aurora  15  No 1 to Everett   37  Payne Mine to Pueblo, Col  400  Black Diamond to       "            50  Washington to Omaha  01  Ruth to Pueblo. Col ���������.  120  Ibex                    "                  45  NobloFivc           "              23  Whitewater to Everett  45  Slocan Boy to Pueblo  15  1024  Total value, $72,G31.  Average value per ton, $70,928  VIA    NOKTIIPORT.  Josie to E. Helena      18  MATTE AND BULLION.  (Shipped.)  Trail Smelter [Matte]     00  Hall Mines (Matte)      19}  15}  Total Value 853,832.2.7  Hume Addition is destined to be the popular' residential part of Nelson, owing to  its beautiful and healthful location, as .  well as being easily reached without the  necessity of climbing the hill. Two-thirds  of the population, at least, is situated  about on a level with Baker and Vernon  streets. In almost every instance the lots  sold up to date have been purchased by  bona fide residents, who are and will  build houses for themselves. For the home-  seeker who wants a beautiful, healthy ,.'  location for a home, Hume Addition offers  every advantage.  Lots can now be had at the original low  price put upon them three or four years -  ago, when Nelson was but a hamlet.  Property in this addition will certainly  advance at least 50 per cent, in the near  future. "  Intending purchasers  ANDREW  METAL QUOTATIONS.  Aug.-  SlLVER..  (Bar)  L* AD....3.00  NEW YORK.  12       3 4 5  57J... .57$.. .57*1 57 55*r  3.00... 3.00... 3.60 3.G0  A  PBESENTATION.  now.  703  will do well to buy  JENSEN, Agent,  Baker Street.  Mr. W. A. Mac<lounl<l, <|. ���������., Appreciated  by HI* Former Townsmen.  The  Brandon,   Maniloba,  Times,  of  July 29, contains tbe following:  ,Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Macdonald nnd  family left for their new Lome at Nelson,  B. C, on Saturday evening's train.  Before tbeir departure a large number  of tbe friends of Mr. Macdonald assembled at tbe Grand View and presented  him -witb nn address and a very line gold  watch. Hon. Senator Kirchhoffer occupied the chair.  To tbe address Mr. Macdonald replied  in feeling terms, thanking bis friends for  their expressions of kindness, and assuring them tbat it was with feelings of regret tbat he was taking his departure  from tbe city in which he had so many  years resided.  - Speeches we:e also delivered by the  chairman, Messrs. F. Nation, VV. J. Lindsay, H. J. Skinner nnd.others, after which  Senator Kirchhoffer and Mr. F. Nation  proceeded to the residence of Dr. Macdonald and there presented Mrs. W. A.  Macdonald with n very handsome silver  coffee set.  The address, signed by about sixty of  the leading citizens of Brandon, is ns  follows:  "To W? A. Macdonald, Esq , Q. C.  "Dkak W. A.���������Excuse our addressing  International Mipti.n..  -.ni Trading Co.,U.  Steamers "International" and "Alberta" on Kootenay Lake  and River.  Time Card in effect July 12th, 1897.    Subject  to change without notice.  Five Mile Point connection with all passenger  trains of N. & F. S. R. R. to and from  Northport, Rossland and  Spokane.  Ticket sold and baggage checked to U. S. points  Leave Kaslo for Nelson and way points, daily  except Sundays, 5:45 a. in. ' Arrive Northport  12:15 p.m.; Rossland 3:40 p. in.; Spokane 6 p. in.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo and way points, daily  except Sundays, 5:30 p. in.   Leaving Spokano 8  a. nr, Rossland 10:30 a. in.;  Northport 1:50 p. in.  New Se/-vice on Kootenay Lake.  Leave Nelson for Kaslo, etc., Tues., Wed.,  Thurs., Fri., Sat., 8:30 a. m. Arrive Kaslo 12:30  p. in. Leave Kaslo for Nelson, etc., Mon.,  Tues., AVert., Thurs., Fri., 5:00 p. in. Arrivo  Nelson 0.00 p. m.  Bonner's Ferry ami Kootenay River Service.  "Leave Kaslo, Saturday  9:30 p. m.  Arrive Boundary. Sunday  6:00 a. in.  Arrive Bonner's Ferry, Sunday  10:30 a. m.  Leave Bonner's Ferry, Sunday, '. .1:00 p. in.  Arrive Boundary. Sunday, , 5.-00 p. m.  Arrive Kaslo, Sunday ���������..,'... .10:00 p. m.  Close connection at Bonner's Ferry with  trains East bound, leaving Spokane 7:40 a. m.  and AVest'bound, arriving topokano 7:00 p. m."  *'J'he Alberta awaits thc arrival of the International before leaving for Bonner's Ferry.  Kaslo, B. C, 12th July, 1897.  34 GEO. ALEXANDER Gen'l Mgr..  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED...  A CarloadofNails ft A Carload of General Hardware  A Carload of Blacksmiths' Coal ft A Carload of Sugar  And a Carload of Mixed Groceries  And are prepared to quote prices on any of the above goods, wholesale or retail  Our reputation in Kootenay is a sufficient guarantee as to the quality of our  Gooc'.s, and our prices are reasonable  SOLE   -A-G-EJIST'TS   FOB  Giant Powder Co.        Gurney Stove & Range Oo. Ram Lai Tea  Miners'Supplies a Specialty        m JNO.  A.  TURNER  *  CO.  Zhc dominion Bmt&ing  & Xoan B$$'n  TORONTO, ONTARIO  SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL OVER $3,000,000  MONEY TO LOAN  Gn Easy Monthly Payments Regulated  to Suit the Borrower.  SPECIAL   FEATURES  0. D. J. CHRISTIE, Agent  BAKER STREET,  712  No Shares to be subscribed for  No Fines.  No Forfeitures.  No. of Paymeuts guaranteed  NELSON, B. O.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY  TIME  CARO.  Subject to change without notice.  TRAIN'S   RUN   Off   I'AOIKIC STANDARD   TIME.  Going Wkst.  Leave 8.00 a. in.  " 8,36 a. m.  " 9.36 a. m.  " 9.51 a, m.  " 10.03 a. in. Bear Lako  "   10.18 a. ni.   McGuigan '*  10.38 a. m. Cody Junction    "  10.50 a. m.   Sandon       . Leave  Aro.  Daily Going East.  Kaslo Arrive 3.50 p.m.  South Fork " 3.15 p.m.  Sproule's "      2.15 p.m.  Whitewater     "      2.00 p.m.  1.48 p.m.  1.33 p m.  1.12 p.m.  1.00 p.m.  CODY LINE.  Leave 11.00 a. ni. Sandon  Arrive 11.20 a. m. Cody-  Arrive 11.45 a. m.  Leave 11.25 a. m  IJSrOO_B_EsO_B_A.-T_E__D  THE  1670.  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���������Beaver Line July 21  Ontario���������Heaver Line July 2S  From New* York.  Teutonic���������White Star Line.'. -. July 14  Brittianif.���������White Star Line: July 28  Paris���������American Line '.July 2S  St. Paul���������American Line Aug. 4  Campania���������Cunard Line July 17  Aurania���������Cunard Lino   July 23  Mongolian���������Allan State Line July 23  State of Nebraska���������Allan Stato Line. ...Aug. 0  Fricsland���������Red Star Line.-! .- Aug:  4  Kensington���������Red Star Line  Aug. 11  Cabin, $45, ������50, $������0, $70, $80 and upwards.  Intermediate, 930 and upwards.  Steerage. $23.50 and upwards.  Passengers ticketed through to all points in  Great Britain or Ireland, nnd at specially low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Prepaid passages arranged from all points.  Apply  to GEO.  B. BKER,   C.P.R. Ticket  Agent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM STITC,  (5541   General Agent, CP.lt. Oilices, Winnipeg.  Hudson's Bay Company,  FORT GARRY MILLS, WINNIPEG.  Many people claim to sell the best Flour.  We do not make claims, but only ask  the favor of a trial. Our Hungarian is  acknowledged by all unprejudiced people  to be the best value in Canada.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET NELSON, B- Q.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  MINES EXAMINED  AND RKPORTEU ON' BY  F. M. CHABOURN:  Twenty years' expetienco in mining.  h  knowledge of mines of British  Thorougl  Columbia.  718  Terms Reasonable.  NELSON. B.  Joseph A. SaijWartl  LUMBER! LUMBER!!  you.once more by the well known and  familiar n ame.  "On this the eve of your removal from  BrandoD, we cannot allow you to depart  without oonveying to you au-expression  * of regret that the town should be about  to lose such an estimable citizen and we  such a staunch and valued friend.  "You may be" said to have grown up  with the place. -Amongst the earliest of  its settlers, yoii have seen Brandon grow  from a village of tents to the fair dimensions and influential  position  which it  .. now occupies.. You have been at the  head and front of every scheme for its  welfare antl advancement, and there is no  class nnd scarcely an individual in the  town who will not feel that Brandon is  this day sustaining n very serious loss..  "Politically, jour opponents as well as  your supporters will admit that you have  ever fought your party's battles fairly  and honorably, and that, when the heat  -'��������� of the fray was over, no hard feelings  were allowed to obtrude themselves into  your dealings with even the bitterest part-  izan.  "In every walk of life your presence  will be missed. Your clients will lose a  wise^and able counsellor; the business  world an-active and energetic promoter  of its best interests. In social circles  nnd amongst the younger members of  the community with whose sports nnd  amusements you have identified yourself  so warmly and,- actively, a void will be  left which it-will be hard indeed to fill. .  "It was bad enough when you left us,  ���������but in taking Mrs. Macdonald from  amongst us the loss i3 simply irrepara-  f ble.   ���������  "We ask you to accept this gold watch,  and Mrs. McDonald the accompanying  silver service, with onr warmest wishes  for your welfare, aDd the sincere hope  that happiness, and prosperity may be  your lot in your new home."  All kinds of Bough  and  Dressed  Lumber,  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash and Poors.  ���������    PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS.  WRITE FOR PRICES.  PILOT BAY, BV O.  ���������sor.  A. H. HOLDJCH  Has now opened his new  ASSAY OFFICE  OORNER OF  BAKER STS.  HALL AND  And is prepared to execute all Work entrusted  to him wiih promptness and accuracy  701  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.       (710)  I ICE!      ICE!      ICE!  |     R. RIESTERER & CO.     |  ^ Are now ready to deliver Ice to the business ^  ^ part of town at a reasonable rate. A complete ^  ^ new plant of six tons daily capacity. '-���������_ ^  El LATIMEE STREET 706 TELEPHONE 24 3  __V_N-r>   SOO   'PACIFIC   LINE.  The most direct route to  AU Points in Canada  United States and Europe.  w  _*  For  rates and  information   ppply at the  Company's offices.  ROBT. IRVING,       GEO. F. COPELAND.  26_) G. F. & P. \, Superintendent.  M0RTHERN  IN     PACIFIC RY.  THE FAST LINE  SUPERIOR SERVICE  THROUGH    TICKETS  to ,  all points in the  United States and Canada  Direct Connection with the Spokane Falls and Northern Ry.  SPOKANE TRAINS  depart,  .8:25 p.  .7:00 a.  nt.  ni.  No. 1 AVest,.  No. 2 Kast,..  Tickets to Japan and China, via. Tacoma and Northern Pacific  S. S. Company.    .  maps  J. P.  XJ-A.IL'Sr   8BEVICB  Purchase through tickets and have your baggage checked to your destination without change.  THEONLYUNE-  Operating Tourist Cars to Toronto,  and Boston without change. Also  Tourist Cars to St. Paul daily.  Montreal  Through  Magnificent Sleepers and Dining Carson^U 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 particulars as to rates, time, etc., apply to nearest C.P.R.  agent or to GEO. S. BEER, Ticket Agent, Nelson. ,    .  h. m. mogregor. ������������������.---" ' b. j: coyle,  Traveling Pass! Agt., Nelson. Dist Pans. Agt. Vancouver  Going East?  If you are   .  Do not Forget  Three Important Points  FIRST���������Go via St. Puul because the  lines to that point will afford you the  best service.  SECOND���������See that tlie coupon beyond  St. Paul readH via the "Wisconsin Central  because that line makes the closest connections with all the trans-continental  lines entering the Union depot there, and  its service ia 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 lines, or address .  Jas. C. Pond,  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin.  or Geo. S. Batty,  Genoral Agent,  246 Stark St..  (570)    c     Portland, Or.  For information,  time cards,  and tickets apply to agents of the S  & N. and its connections, or  r. D. GIBUS,  General Agent.  SPOKANE, WASH.  -OR-  A. D. CHARLTON,  Asst. Gcnl. Pass. Agent,  No. 256 Morrison' St., Corner of Third  Portland, Oregon.  iar Write for new map of the Koote  nay country. 531  E1ST  *   flAl'vVA'  IT  THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE  ���������THE-SHORTEStf-  TRANSCONTINENTAL    ROUTE.  It l������ the Moat Mortem In Equipment.  It 1st the Heaviest milled line.  It ha* n Hock-Ballast Roadbed.  II Crosses No Sand Desserts.  It Is the Only line Vanning - luxurious  -    Club Boom "Cars.  It Is Xotcd for the Courtesy or Its Employe*.  It Is tbe Only line Serving Meals on the  a la Carte flan. ���������   - ���������  Shortest and Quickest  Route to  Coeur'd Alene mines, Palousc, Lewis-  ton, Walla Walla," Baker City Miues,  Portland, S;in Francisco, Cripple Creek  gold mines and all points East and  South. Only line East via Salt Lake  and Denver. Steamer tickets to Europe and other foreign countries.,,  LEAVK  7:15 p. m.  Daily  7:15 a. m;  Daily  SPOKANE TIME SCHEDULE  Fast Ma il-Walla Walla  Portland, San-Francisco  Baker City and the cast.  Local.JMail ��������� Coeur d'  Alcnes, Farmington, Garfield, Colfax, Pullman and  Moscow.  AllKIVE  7:15 a. m.  Daily.  6:15 p. m.  Daily  C. E. MALLETTE  W. H. BEARDSLEY  C. E. MALLETTE & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Sealers in  Hay, GrainJFeed&'Produce  Rough cind Dressed Lumber  1     Sash, Doors, etc.  BAKER STREET  fi    PASSENGER    fi  v TRAINS ��������� -  EACH   DAY   BETWEEN  Trail and Rossland  0>" THE  COLUMBIA & WESTERN RT.  For through tickets'and further information  apply at O. lt & N. Co.'s office,  430 Riverside avenue,   1 30 East Columbia ave  Spokane, Wash. .   |       Rossland, B. C.  ���������I. Campbell,    -    I      H. M. Adams, ���������  General Agent.       | Trav. F. and P. Agent.  W. H. Hurlburt, General Pass. Agent.  6ftl Portland, Oregon.  Premises lately Occupied by  A. McDonald & Co.' (707)  NELSON, B. C.  Hun made in one hour.  No. G leaves' Rossland at 7 a. m*.   Connects in  the morning with steamer at Trail.  No. 3 leaves  Trail at 8:15 a. ra.   Connects at  Rossland with Red Jlontain train for Spokane.  No. 2 leaves Rossland at 3:00 p. m.' Connects  with C. P. R. main lino steamers for the  north at Trail.  No. 1 leaves Trail at 12:30 p. m. Connects with  C. P. R. main line steamers from the north  at Trail.  No. i leaves Rossland at 11:00 a. m.   Connects  with Red Mountain train from rSpckane at  Rossland.  No. 5 leaves Trail at 5:45 p. m.   Connects with  steamer Lytton at Trail.  General Offices: F. P. GUTELIUS.  Trail B. C. General Sap.,  DIRECT ROUTE   TO  "  FORT STEELMI���������.  NELSON and LARDO  Steam;Navigation Company  Commencing lIond*y 10th May, 1897,  Steamer Ainsworth will leave Kaslo, B. C,  every Monday and Thursday at B a.m. for  Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, connecting with Great  Northern Railway on Tuesdays and Fridays  both to and from Spokane and Eastern and  Western Points.  Steamer will return from Bonner's Ferry at  i a. m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving  at Kaslo same evening, so as to make quick  connections with Trail Creek and Slocan Mining districts.  This route is the most direct for the Fort  Steele Mining Camp and makes close connections at Bonner's Ferry with the Upper Kootenay River steamers.  First-class Passenger and Freight accommodations. - 637  THROUGH    THE  GRANDEST      SCENERY  IN AMERICA Blf DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours during Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  For rnnps, tickets and complete infoimation  call on or address Agents, K. & S. Ry., C. & K.,  S. Nav. Co., N. & F. S. Ry., or  C. ������. VIXOX, General Agent.  Spokane, Wiinh.  F. I. WHITNEY, ������. I>. A T. A.,  351 St. l'anl, Minn.  -   ^__^  -������o  f- *-  Spokane Falls &  Northern "R'y.  Nelson  &  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain R'y.  The only all rail route without1 change  of cars hetweeu.Nelsou and Eossland and  Spokane and Eossland- '  (Daily Ezcept Sunday)  Leave 9.10 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.45 p.m.  "   11:00"   EOSSL'D    "    3:__0   "  "    8.00 a.m. SPOKANE   "  '6._0p.m,  . Passengers for Kettle River- and Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus with Stage  Daily.

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