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Array /yt^^^t-tVt^^  ^^^-^1  ",J5?;?s^^^^!!.  Volume VU.   No   4-1  NEW DENVER, P. C, AUGUST 2, 1900.  Price, *2.nn Year adva^cb  y" I THK.   WAKKl'IKMI     JUNK     TIIOI  IU.K    TWO     HXrHLLKNT    I'HliKOIIJIAN^I':  !';.v><> rl  Jnronli'   From   Scotland  limine tile   I'ropi'l'i.v.  I'Cx-    'l'lie    <'lui'ii    MullwS   ('oniii.'t ny    I'la.V'  j ��� f.iirjte anil  .\ pprcciaf i ve  l!oti-<-.  Ii>  ss  Camp Gossip Concentrated for the Benefit of the  "Paid-UD Subscriber.  Some weeks ;i<_��� m the fact became;  p.nwn thai flic -Wakefield Mine,situated \  n  Four Mile, near,  New   Denver,   had !  ���It b  iloin that  vj/j, shut down, under the most unlavorabli  ii'iaom tiiar. a,  company  balanced and in everv wnv  so  ��T<;  m&mf&mf&$!&3 as as ss^^ssssrtf^s i ���  LOCAL    CHIT-CHAT  W. P. Murdock is taking a look at  the sights of Arizona.  George Wilson allowed a revolver to  shoot hini in the leg last Monday.  Large numbers from Silverton and  New Denver were. picking berries last  Sunday.    They are still alive.  There'will not he any Sunday services held in the. English church here  until the third Sunday in August.  Any amount of big game can be shot  on Glacier creek near the summit.  Several cariboo have been bagged in  the past few weeks.  ��� I. O. Marino i�� spending a few. days  in New Denver, from his home in  Colorado. He is here looking after his  interest in the Marion.  Service will be  held  in   the   Presbyterian church on Sunday  at  7:80  p. m  Special collection in aid of the funds of  the   church.    Ladies'  Aid   society  will  be re-organized at the close  of  service.  The thermometer has been flirting-  with the nineties this jveek much to the  .satisfaction of .John Williams. He has  increased the output of ice cream  almost to the limit of his factory and  still tlie. public, arc never satisfied.  By the upsetting of a canoe, at the  mouth of Carpenter creek Saturday  evening, Surveyor Twigg' and Banker  Brown were thrown into the lake, Mr.  Twigg narrowly escaping drowning.  He was sinking to the bottom when  Mr. .Brown dove after him and brought  him safely to shore.  H. S. Mugg, of lliggins, Texas, has  been in town for a week or so sizing up  the country anil is camping with W. I),  Mitchell. He expresses himself as delighted with the people, the country,  the climate and the scenery, ami especially    Jvith   the    beautiful    display   of  The North-west; Mining Syndicate  are doing" the assessment work on 17  claims owned by them up Four Mile  creek  The Washington, one of the earliest  Sloean producers, may again he worked.  When shut down it had shipped about  ��800,000 worth of oie.  Last week the Payne shipped 200  tons; Sloean Star,'10: Ruth, 100; Last  Chance, "20; American Boy, 20; Enterprise, "20; Wakefield, (50: Vancouver, '20.  Win. Thompson met a bear on the  Ten Mile wag-on road some days ago.  He took off his hat and cut 'many ludicrous gyrations like, mad. Bruin  stood upright, saluted in return, and  made for the hush.  .las. O'Neill and John Werelev returned on Monday from doing- assessment work on the Sunrise, Ten Mile.  They are well pleased with their claim,  and, among other things, tell some  hig-hly interesting- bear stories. The  bear family is out in full force on that  creek.  The ore shoot on the Ruby is steadily  improving- as work progresses. The  tunnel has been driven 15 feet alongside the ore, and at the face the shoot  is now 10 inches wide at the base. The  ore is of a better grade than any yet  encountered, being massed with grey  copper, and carrying- blue and green  oxides.  The. strike reported last week on   the  Eclipse   has   proven   better   than   the  owners   first   anticipated.     The   shoot  has widened  to  two  feet  and  is  cornflowers, and fruits on   the  young-, trees J posed of red carbonates, kidneyed with  in the gardens. (galena.     Eight   inches   of   very   high  Several New Denver   ladies   went   to) grade grey copper ore is  also  showing  the head of the lake  Tuesday   to   pick M" tlie I'^e of tlie tunnel driven  on  the  berries.    Mrs.   A.   II. Blumenauer  had { dry ore ledge, on the same pioperty.  a most exciting" time.    A   hear,  driven  down from  the  hill   above   by   a   pros-  circiunstaiices, and the report became  in-rent that'the mine would have to lie  abandoned, owing- to the ore, becoming-  The Hercules is the latest mining j suddenly of such low grade that it; did  company in Kaslo. The company is j not pay to ship. In the face of all the  working" a property in the Ibex basin, j favorable reports that had been sent-  The Vulture, after a vear's steadv j "nt frmi1 thm- r" tiin('- i-yVatiii- to this  development, has commenced to ship, a j l'^'P^rty. and the fact that a very ex-  carload being packed down the hill last j Pensive aerial tram had recently been  w(1(l|( j built to handle the. ore from  the  mine.  j together   with   other    very  expensive.  ' improvements   made  to   facilitate   the  working of the property, it was difficult  pecting party, rushed through the bush  in the direction of Mrs. Blumenauer,  who math? the air ring with vocal sounds  as onl}' a woman can and climbed :i  tree to get out of danger. The bear,  unaccustomed to the sight of a woman  up a tree, was thrice afraid, and ran  wildly  the other way.  SLOOAX     MIXKIIAI.     r'l.OAT.  CARIBOO    CREKK,  shipped   over   l,lon  1011'  The Whitewater  s  tons during duly.  Work  -was   resumed   on     the  tunnel on the Bosun this week.  In the, upraise, on the Coruith a striki  of two feet of clean ore is reported.  It is reported that, a concentrator will  lie built at the Enlerprise. on Ten Milt  creek.  More   locations are   being-  made  Glacier   creek,  opposite   New   Denver,  this season.  The Lorna Doon, near the Vancouver,  will have considerable work done upon  it this year.  Fifteen inches of rich galena lias  come into the surface jvorkings on the  Mountain Con.  The  Silver  Queen   Co.  is  being  reorganized.  The Golden Hope is   being  surveyed  for a crown grant.  A trial shipment will, be  made  from  the Hailstorm.    It   is owned   by   Thos  : Mathews,  of   Vancouver,   and   Taylor  | and .lamioson, of Nakusp.  James Ashton, of Tacoma, has the  ! lied Mountain ready for a crown grant.  I A trail will be. cut from McDonald  i creek.  | Eight men are working on the Chicf-  i tain, a property in which Pat Burns is  ! largely interested.  I A  <Ji-<'h(. Sale.  to understand the meaning of the sudden change in affairs. Nor was any  explanation given, other than that  already stated that the ore was of low  grade, and no light has been thrown  upon the matter since, the mine closed  down.  A recently issued report of an extraordinary meet,in<>" of the shareholders,  held in the office of the company at  Glasgow on July 9th, will, however,  make clear what occasioned the shut  down, and give an idea of what the  future operations of the mine are to be.  On .June Loth, E. A. Patterson, manager of the mine, cabled his company  as follows:  '���Regret to inform you thai mini', does not look  svoll for the piwiit.and not likely to improve.  Crude of ore Ml various points of development is  not maintained.   Is ]ictei'iiiK out rapidly."  In reply to this  the  directors  cabled  Mr. Patersou under date of .June 19:  j     "'Diiv.etoiH very  iimeii  di-irusied.    Are   we In  I consider > our pust reports unreliable and   ealeil-  I laliinis   wiliii'less y     If   you   dunk  the  mine  is  peleriiiii oitl rapidly, is it advisable to abandon y"  To this AIr. Paterson replied :  ���'In ivply to your lirst i|iieslion.  ore  has  fallen  oil'in ifi-ade. over which we have no control.   In  reply lo second quesiion, mine is a  dead   failure.  Advise you in ah.iiidon. as soon as  pay   ore exhausted, within ihrc-e weeks.''  Commenting" upon these; reports from  Mr   Paterson, tin; chairman of the share  holders' meeting" said :  "  ' Since   these   cables  were  received, a  letter, dated Kill) .lime, has come to hand, which  takes the same irloomy view, bill: is written in  such a. depressed lone generally that, the directors feel t hat. too much weight cannot he attached  to it, as it sug-iresls that Mr. Paterson is taking a  distorted view of everything. ': ' ' It is possible  Unit he is so much run down that he is unable to  face any difficulties thai may have arisen."  Some months ago Mr. Paterson was  obliged to take a rest, owing to poor  health, and T. Trafford Wynne, who  represents Messis. Torczeau ec Jansen  along- with Mr. Paterson in B. C . took  charg'e of the mine '.n his absence. Mr.  Wynne had ample opportunity to become thoroughly conversant with the  property, and he is unable to accept  Mr. Paterson's conclusions in any particular.    The report says :  'Air. Wynne's opinion is that the mine is probably much as it has been all along, though at  the moment it may be looking particularly hnu.  In a mine of this kind it is necessary to have a  lariie number of slope.*, so that a constant supply  of ore may be obtained for the mill, even when  .-ouie of them are not yieldinir a full output. Tlii-  plan lias not. been followed in your mine, owhu:  to the scarcity of money, but .Mr. Wynne considers that tin.-, ouu-ht. to be done, and ihat before  j there is   any   thought   of  abandonment,   furlher  j exploration .-.iionlil be carried <>ut  At the.  suggestion   of   the   Directors. I  Mr. Wynne submitted a  report  mi   the]  Wakefield, which was  read   before   the  meeting'.    It  was  in   all   respects   enn-  trarv to the view taken   bv   Mr.   Pater-  so well-: y-p  good as|^  the Clara Mathcs troupe of iila vers finds ; &5  iis wnv into a mining camp  the size of j vjvjj  New Denver. But this town has'gained | J^?  an enviable reputation   with  theatrical j ^v  people.    We have as complete   a   little i  - i  play house, as there is in Kootenay and ]  theatrical companies  know that if they  have, any  merit  thev   jvill   be   well received.    It was owing to this fact being'  known that tin; Clara Mathcs com pan v  I ventured   to   play   ' two    nights   here  I They 'opened  their engagement  with  j the comedy-drama, "Brown's in Tcuvn,''  a play sparkling with  rich,  clean  fun,  and with just enough  plot about,  it to  hold it together.     Friday evening they  put on "Ingoniar, the Barbarian.'-  Of the two performances "Ingbmar"  wa.-, the best received. It was well put  on, and Miss Mathes as Parthenia and  .Mr. Preston as lng"omar, the star performers, were delightfully real and  carried their frying- parts throug"h with  the greatest of credit. The other members of the company did not lack any  of the force, ease and grace necessary  to balance the rendition, and it was  high-class throughout, The characters  of the Timarch, and Alaster, the Barbarian warrior, were portrayed with  force and fervor by Mr. Moid and Mr.  Rayner. In "Brown's in Town," then-  is greater chance for the, other members of the company to sIiojv them  selves. Especially pleasing was Mr.  Marsh as Mr. Brown, who kept the audience in a happy mood from first to  last by his droll fun and sIojv wit, but  sharp tactics. The character could not  have been better taken.  This company will play a return engagement here in September, at which  time they will present as one of their  repertoire the great dramatization of  "'Faust." This can be presented very  well in Bosun hall, with electrical stage  effects and weird scenes. The company will be gladly welcomed upon their  return by New Denver theatre goers.  Claim   1'nor.  88  H  ^  ���^  r'  A Chinese  Act.  xclnsion   Bill.   Similar to the Natal  Introduced and Laid Over.  sasssassa as ss ssssssbsissbssss  A mining- claim is realty, and a man  has a legal right to hold as many claims  as he can do annual required work on:  yet it is not wise to attempt to grab or  hold the whole, countryside. This is a  habit and a bad one A locality where  one man or a few men hold nearly all  the claims is not sought by investors,  and jvholesale claim holders defeat their  own purpose.  Victoria, JulybU.���The surprise of  the present session has been the introduction of the labor bill by W. W. B.  Mel lines, for the exclusion of Mon-  , golians. The measure is framed on the  lines of the Natal Act, which the Right  Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, the Colonial  Secretary, suggested as a means of  dealing with this question of such  moment to the people of the province.  It is claimed that the Ministry cannot  oppose the bill, and should it reach  Ottawa, that it will be hard to disallow  the measure in face of the declaration  made by Mr. Cnamberlain Another  view is that if the bill is thrown out  that the Dominion Government cannot  throw the onus of the act on the Imperial authorities, when in drawing" up  the act due consideration has been paid  to the reco'h.nendation regarding the  measure ki'-jwn as the Natal Act. As  showing the serious light in which the  matter is regarded by the Cabinet here  it was by request of the Minister of  Finance laid over for one week. In  any event the introduction of the bill is  likely to lead to a further cleavage in  the ranks of the Liberal party in this  province.  Premier Duusmuir made the first important speech he ever delivered in the  House on Monday. Speaking after the  reply to the address had been moved  and seconded he referred to the reasons  jvhy he had accepted the task of forming" a Government. He had no political  ambitions he said, and was actuated  solely by a desire to see the country  released from the state of turmoil into  which it had been cast, and his anxiety  to see affairs carried on in a business  like manner  The old question of long adjournments  between each session was brought up  on Friday afternoon, when the Premier,  moving that the Mouse when rising-  should not meet until Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Green, of Kaslo, wanted to  know the reason for the wait, and was  informed that an agreement had been  entered into with the leader of the Opposition to enable him to transact business in Vancouver.     Mr.   Brown,   New  political capital out of the matter. Mr.  Smith's request., however was simply  for a frank statement from the Government for the reasons which had led  them to furnish police champions for  Oriental fishermen against whites and  Indians. The debate was useful in one  way as it cleared the Government of  suspicion which existed in the minds of  some that they were instrumental in  having the militia called out. The  summoning- of the militia was, it appears, carried out according to the  formula laid down in the Queen's regulations and orders iii the section relating  to aid to the civil power. Tin's procedure is taken on the requisition of a  magistrate. One of the Opposition  speakers attempted to make far-fetched  capital out of the matter by declaring  that the Government was responsible  as they appointed the magistrates.  After a number of political speeches-  had been made the request of Mr. Smith  was met by the Attorney General who  promised to have all the correspondence  brought down. This is being printed  to-day, and will probably be submitted  at the next sitting- of the House.  An Kditoi'ial Present.  ] Westminster,   resented   the   reflection  j thrown on Mr. Martin and   stated   that  .Just doing assessment. wh;lt. hc w.mte,i was for an adjournment  ! until Mondav evening, when the leader  jvork will keep.a camp poor forever  It is development work that makes  camp, and a man who holds his-claims j  Some ladies in Texas were desirous  of doing honor to the editor of a local  journal, so they presented their hero  with an embroidered shirt, which contained a splendid history of Texas, and  also pictures of the fruits and cereals of  the state worked all over it in red worsted. Now, this particular editor had  never worn a shirt, and supposed the  brilliant specimen before him to be a  banner for an approaching temperance  procession. In his speech of thanks he  puzzled the lady donors by declaring  that he would "(ling it out forever to  flu; breezes of heaven, that they may  kiss its foldf and till his hands palsied  it should never be trailed in the dust."  The ladies blushed, and regretted having made it too long. Being informed  of the pin pose of the gift, the editor  wore, it over his coat, to the great edification of the hoys of the town, who  followed him in regiments, studying"  the history of Texas "behind his  back."  Nelson   Smeller  to   Kesunie.  if the Opposition would be able to   tak(  lis place in the House. Messrs. Green,  to sell at a big prolit, just as he -would a j A. \v. Smith, Kalph Smith and others  corner   lot   in   a  growing   town,   must j pojm.e([ 0llt that there wavn others   who  intrinsic    values   or   be i wcre ais0 elltitled to consideration, and  -Ft   Steele  "  demonstrate  "claim poor  respecter.  Mr  | although there, was no serious objection  : to the step at present it was one  which  I should not be repeated or Interior inem-  "' j hers might have some question   to  ask.  lobert   Hamilton,   in   charge  of i ,f |m(, ||(.el, .1!f..(.(���| tiuit |,���si,,,.HS ���f  the  A  Triumph Tor  Canadian   Fruit.  Martin   O'Reilly   oc    Co.   are,   selling"  ! goods at their store in Nelson at   prices  i '  0,1 j which are seldom heard of in Kootenay  | Ladies' blouses formerly   sold   at   SI.?:. I snlli ;1!|(j ������],,.��� ir was h(.;mi the meetins! 'li;iu pl;"'ts s,1,,vv'" ;UI10"-   llu'   ''xh  jare now 75 cents. Dr(;s.s goods formerly j (.onc.iu(le(I l|:.|t m.m,.,.s Wl,ri, 1K)I s0 h;ld | ,.f French flowers, notably the. Canadian ; 1;llh|isiu.(| in ,-,iie of the interior paper.-  j sold at fio cents a yard are now on the | ;(S \Ir p.lterson represented, and j Poller P'a��'t i,l'<1 golden rod. Mr. I tl|.l( ,���. ilirpni|t.,i flopping to the ( b.v  ' bargain counter for 50 emits.    All other   ,.,.,.,������,���,,n,u.,i  -i,.^ .,,,,���,,,!.���>,.,.,,,1,.,,*   ������. i Hamilton aihls'that ii"   more   than   one i ,���.,,,���...,lf      \u   convei-sai'ion   witl  Cast week .1. J. Campbell,, commercial manager of the Hall mines, received a cablegram from the head ollice  of the company instructing him to proceed at y^nvi'- with the pun-base of ore.  The smelter is, therefore, ready to contract for ore from now on. and will blow  in August 7th.  To the Nelson Tribune  Mr. Campbell  said:   "I believe there is a   fair   amount  while upper country   members   bad   as ; of ore in the   district   available   I'm-   the  much right to ask  for  a   long   adjourn-: smelter and am of opinion that the profile lirst display of our fruit  there   after; ������,���,._ it'w;is hanl|y ,,, lu> exported that ! cess of purchasing ore suflicieiil to keep  iail lieen ��� legislation was goino to be postponed ', the smeller in operation and of execut-  uutil the\ returned from attending their; ing Mich repairs as are necessary will  business. orcupv   ten   days.    We    will    probably  I\. ('. Smith. Kootenay. came into 'blow-in' by t hat t hue The matter of  evidence this week for the first tune' nut ting on men at the smelter will lie  with   a   hot    resentment   of   the    report ! governed by circumstances   ami   notice.  iris i  the Canadian fruit exhibit at the  Exposition, has written a  letter   to  the  Minister  of   Agriculture,   stating  that  session was to be rushed   rhrougl  ami  'he   cold  perfected  '��� Parisians  storage   protection  w;'- such a  revelation   to  the  that    live    first    prizes   were  awarded at once..    The letter also points  out that (here are.   many   native   Cana-  ibits  dress goods as low.   or  lower   in   price.  Pace curtains can be, had for-10 cents a  pair, and bedspreads at half the  former  price.      This   is    a    genuine    summer  Assessment work on the Silver   Nug- j dt'aril,S *'lle; 'llld 1����"��* *!l  over   Koor-  get,   Eight   Mile,   has   exposed   ��ig-ht i MI'>V ��������"l��l_take advautnge of the   bar-  inches of galena.  aius offered if thev have anv desire to  recommended  that an independent   en-  erinnent.  li   voiir-  gineer be  perty.     I  Strikes are reported from the Bis-  mark, Cork and Granite, on the south  fork of Kaslo creek.  Claim owners above Cody are shouting lor trails. They should get them  a* speedily as possible  If sufficient ore can be blocked out at  the Jeannette, on Wilson creek, a mill  will br put in to concentrate it.  The    Warner-Miller    Syndicate    are I Denver when they  want   the.   cold  and  negotiating for the Neepawa, owned by  Ed  Shannon and Angus  McGillivrav.  refreshing  beverage  of  modern   days,  commonlv known as a milk shake.  ent out to examine   the   pro- j  .ion his  favorable   report  ad-i  ditiona! funds for  operating   the   mine, i  ��"2"i,i.)0'i, will be raised, the management!  reconstructed and the   mine  reopened.!  In   the   meantime   Mr.    Pater.-Min    has1  resigned the management and has been ���  ,    .   i  company.    It  is i  understood the expert   to   examine  the I  i  mine is already well   on   his   way   here. I  from Scotland.  per cent, of the visitors  <��-in sneak   English.  to   Ins  exhioit  Noti oi*  A   letter   lias  been   received   bv   the,  management  Bourne    Bros."   New  save money.    If you cannot call at the j S(,llt t��� Bimii  ,)V  t,  store   jvrite   for   prices,   and   tell   them  where you heard the good news.  The. man who gets up on Sunday and  tells his brethren what a wicked old  sinner he is, usually spends the other  six days in proving his assertion.  Time rolls ever o��iwards, and so do  the crowd to  Williams'   store  in   New  Man did   not   make  the  earth,   and  though he had a natural right to occupy  it, he had no right to locate as his property hi perpetuity any part of it;  neither did the Creator of the earth  open   a   land  office,   from   whence titlo  Denver branch, from headquarters, to  the. effect that hereafter all accounts  run in connection with the store must  be settled at the end of every Hi) days.  We would therefore ask our customers  and public generally to bear this in  mind and make arrangements according! v.  correspondent, he .-aid that the report  had been published solely for the purpose of injuring him He is at present  devoting his time to bringing io the  attention of the Government the great  necessity for increased school accommodation in his district. He stated that in  some instances from (iftv to sixty child  ren were being" taught in barns. He  had however received definite assurance, from the Government that new  school building," would be provided  forthwith. j  At one stage of the   proceedings  dur-j  of.this will be. given later."  To   I'ri'viMi I  ;in   I ii 11 n x .  The Imperial Government has notified the Canadian Government that the  Foreign Ollice has been officially notified by the Japanese Government that  all its agents and others concerned have  been instructed not to grant passports  to more than ten emigrants per month  from Japan to Canada or any more  than five to the I'nited States. Tha  action of the Japanese Government is  due to the pressure of the Canadiau  authorities through the British Government   in   urging measures   to   prevent  , an   influx   of   Japanese     into    British  -----   -- ��� ing the week the strike  on   the   I* raser j ^0|uini)jH  Capitalistic logic:  It is right for capi-; river became a hot political issue.    The!  talists to combine to get more out of the! initiative was taken   by   Ralph   Smith,!     He that will not reason is a bigot:   he  people for the same article, but   wrong! who  thought   that  the  gravity  of  the j that cannot reason is a fool: and he that  deeds should issue.���'Agrarian Justice,'' for the work ing  people  to   combine  to ' situation demanded  investigation,  and i dares not reason is a  slave.���Sir  Win.  by Thomas Paine. .'et more wages. | then the. Opposition attempted to make! Prumuiond. THE LEDGE,.NEW DENVER, B.C., AUGUST 2,  1900.  Seventh Year.  ! THK    rUEMOUY   OF    THK   .JUST.  THINGS    TO    KKJIKMBKR.  Earth's transitory things decay:  Its pomps, its pleasures, pas* away:  But the sweet memory of the good  Survives in the vicissitude.  As. 'mid the ever-rolling sea.  The eternal isles established be.  'Gainst which the surges of the main  Fret,dash.and break themselves in vain.  As, in the heavens, the. unr! divine  Of golden light forever shine ;  Though    clouds   may   darken,   storms  may rage,  They still shine on from age to age.  So, through the ocean-tide of years,  j The memory of the just?ai)pears:  So, through the tempest and the, gloom.  The good man's virtues light the tomb,   long."  Don't worry.  Don't hurry. "Too swift arrives as j  tardy as too slow."  "'Simplify!   simplify!   simplify!" ���  Don't overeat. Don't starve. "Let |  your moderation be, known to all men." I  Court the fresh air day and night. [  ���'(), if you knew what was. in the air !" I  Sleep and -resc abundantly. Sleep is j  Nature's -benediction. ���   I  Spend less nervous energy each day !  than you make. ��� !  Be  cheerful.     "A    light   heart  lives'  -Sir John Bowring.  MOW    TO     KKKP'  COOL.  Don't   worrv���and   don't   worrv   be  cause you can't help worrying  w,,.lo!larsii vc-ariniuiviiiK-.--. '     Winm   noi   so   pi.i.l   i) is >:.' .",'��� 1 ���<> ,>a rt u-s wort liy of credit.       To .Imrl.ariuiis oast   01 l.ak'i.-j       ])���������,. sj, ,,���., |1(), MoV(,  v.-ur.        L.-aholvcrli-ii,^ I'lounrs n reoip.'o-icl Hoc ii.-st irisoi-1 1011. ami .'. i-.-nl- a lice e:o-!iMibs.M|iioiU  insertion.      Iifu.ihh��- .nm.  Till-: Li--.lH.i-. i- l \<  Sup'- ri' ��� I" iT  i- >! a >  not ii-r> -a no.i - a 'lira-, a ml roiioio-.".- i.i I a .| vt-;-isiiur i,'rinli-'l in prn-i-- arroni in;; to el noons! ;i.;: , . .  KKI/I OW   I'll OKI MS-    TllE hl-:iKil-:i---|o.';il(-'l' ill .Wv,- J.)i-n\er. 1!. (".. ami can li�� i rm-i-il to many pans of tin- earth. It conies 10 the Iron I  ,.v.-.,VtV.'.^ ,       "  works to,-,1,,. t nol i .1 CITYS,  or hot   I'lim  pil nchos  Think only healthful thoughts.    "As!  a man thinketh in his heart,   so is he " i  ���'Seek peace and pursue it,"    ..,  "Work   like  a   man;   but    don't,   be j  worked to death.'"  Avoid    passjon   and   excitement.    A:  Don't drink hot Scotches, or Tom and | moment's anger mav be. fatal.  \ssociate with,healthy people. Health  Push!  Push!!  Push �� f  Its push! push!! push!!! a little  beyound what nkture intended  or can stand, that ruins so  many eyes. Work neyer kills;  it's overwork���neglect��� abuse  that impairs any organ of the  human system.' The man of  middle life no longer able to  ��� read with ease and  comfort at  the, ordinary reading distance  ���the man who foolishly refuses  his' eyes aid when -they thus  demand it. is pushing himself  into serious trouble, from which  a proper]} adjusted glass  would now save him.  Patexaudk Bros., Nelson.'  Opticin ns, RelVaetion ists.  I". ,1 >      lli'lIMI,!,!    .1 U'l    IliOll'."-!     .M-Tii    ,,..-.,     ,    ���-,,     .,,,,...'.  . '      . , .   'r        ,   �� . , I ;      ,    ,    ,   ���    I        ,   (���       . ...   I    ;     r|       K      ,   ..   ���   M,..,    I...I I   '  "������,,��� I,   ,     I 'V   ,'     'I ,    .      1. MM I  I  O V'l M7IV..IO 1IO,       1 I I.. | I   , | \., I, 1WO IO UO.  ."^^ymvim ";   ^*��-���^- ir>���....,��� .1.,* is iM-iHi,.���,i,i��.,-s.f��,-i..smi���'.l.l,iv,M-s... 1,-,,, U,  M,   nUOMiUHLL  To p    I  : C'fA/^ O        {p'.>sed by thorn should bo submitted  Fl Ct     L-rfCriJlJ Cr.       j , , .,. vu1(. u|" ()���.   poorde    before    be-  \ pencil cross m On- .-'juaiv  indicales lliar your siiLs'Tiii-  tion is ihiu. ami rhtit ilio editor  wishes once tt.tr.-i in to looknl  your collateral.  f HUKSDAY, AUGUST 2.   1U00.  FROM   THK   KDITOIfS   IM'l'Ki:   STOI'K.  IIi:.\K T\S    Sr.VSllINF  . In the rock of Gibraltar there are  70 miles of tunnels. The number  in the rock of ages has not yet,  been computed.  It costs S.'SO a week to Uicd ;mi  elephant. 'This fact prevents'many  families in Canada from raising  stock of this kind.  coming law. In this way We can  avoid the evil ' results of stupid  legislation so often ^cen in 'British  Columbia's past history.  Nelson wa,s only iW when he won |  the battle of the Nile.     'Wellington! ���-     ....  wa-s 40 when he opened the   Benin-1 <\}t ��yVy those who love us  . ��� ' I     Would hut tell us while we live,  sular campaign, and Cromwell was; \]u\ 1101 Wait Ullti] pj',.��s journey  just 40 when'  lie   won   at   Naseby.|.r|^'^d is, before they give  ���' _ .    .   I  1 he smile we hungered alter,  The editor of this   paper   was   just!     Tender words we. I on tied "to hear,  Hi   when   he   led   a    forlorn    hope j W'!k'h w�� Ii^te-siic-.��I for. but vainly  i     for many a weary year.  Higainst a- masked battery   of   cold-j There is much of pain and sorrow,  feetod    barbarians   and   rescued   a -j   .  R. T. LOWRWV, liditor and Financier; ; ,,,���. whipped, look at    t!io   t heniioliiet of : t he Kleriial  .������./'���       ' '   'and resign yourself to his fate ,      N(,v,,r des.pair.    " host  hope is a   fatal  -shotil'ino against   s-    Lor    en-hour   dav. i      ,, . .,      , , ���    I  ,. ������ '  1       ���-���   --1 . ..', ;      Don; swear at the  heal,    hemeniber; disease i�� (i u,,.\ i,-,i  i intario ohiects to the conditions which ;   ... -, ..  . i    ,    ' i i    ' the fune you became pmlane when \ o" i     ,., l.-now I bese i! Icts    i,.,,,,,,.   ., ,.w i  have enabled a moiiopolv to extract the i   .. ,.,, .' . 1IN<   M" "  "I,M   n.n.^.s,   liapp\    aiei  .   ,    , . .: sipped in ihe snow m\ ni'Mi lis ago-. .... :i- .... ,1    , i..,.,, ������ i ,,,..a ,,,��� 1 ;,;. ���  Sudburv nickel on its  own   tm-ins,   and :      M ' ;><-">(  uoiioin        t .aw s o| i.i),  <'< '.Nsi"|/J"l.\-.;  .MK'l'Al.l.tl^OIS'l-  MIN'IXii  KNt'il.N'KKI?  1'ortlaiii!, < n-cpi  I lon'r walk in the sun.    I lave it moved  it blocks the wav  those conditions have, not   been   sr.cn   n>  blessing" to   the   Sudbury  district   that  they should   he   reproduced   in   British;     Don't hurry.    Send the office hoy  Columbia."-���Aliioina Pioneer.  : And yet there are many writers busy  i pointing, nut the loathsomeness of lov,.  !'i"(l   their   own   \-irtues     Onlv   a   little  Don't,   trv    to   settle   the    I'htlipiune      ,.. .  ,  '.,,,        ,       ,. ,,     '  .     . I w-nile.ago an article appeared m one. <  (.itiestion       I he-other  leilow   is   pist   as!   . .        . ,  Ailvises ,,,, nines,   niinini!-   properlii-i   ami I liei i  \vor!��in-�� ' Claims.      i'ro-pcels.     ami  M Oics st, ickeii:   f''i,no|i.-iiiiis oryan-  ized,     ("iipii.-il   i'nrnlslicit.  much  ol   on   anti-oe convinced   as  you i  are.  j the magazines in which all women .who jukkat okmaxd 1"or I'K'omjsixi; silv.kk  i did    not   dress   according   to   the.   pro- I  i.kao   iMtoi'KirriKs.  <iiim:si<:   ii.Axno  All must bear, and bear alone  Yet how helpful is the sunshine  jack pot from its perilous  position, j    or ;1 cherry look and tone !  ; How it brightens up life's pathway,  ,,., ..        . .... ,.    ,   ,,      . i     And dispels the shadows grim.  I here are tour bilnons (d   dollars j Am, ,.Ml01.efi ,mr sh.-iUered idols.  , worth of   gold   and    jewels   at   the |     Which we built m days now dun.  Japfin (.'Xpcets a. destructive earth-  ,     , ,, " , .'  , ,.    ..   iTlieiibe.stowvoursimshinofroo.lv!  bottom ol   the   sea.   between   India-1     ij(.t it shine from out vour eves'.  quake every two and a half years.  !No wonder the brownies hit the  ocean tra.il for lovely Canada..  The first skates were  ma.de out  of   the   bones  of  animals.     .Many  ai  skates  in   recent  days   have   been  made by rattling bones in the power  house of a gin mill.  and England ami we never he:i,r of I U<'t it speak in warm hand pressures.  '     ; . . .       ,,-j     bet it breathe in heartfelt sighs,  a. - prospector   going   an   search   of; jMt h. t.m>pr -he raintin- spirit'  tliem.     One would think   that   the j    Of some brother in distress.  ���      ... .     . , .     i Let it thrill our jarring voices,  bea.tt.le    I ransportaftion    companies)    \Vith a note of tenderness  ���e overlooking a bet.    They should i rmi"in serving fellow mortals  ,       ,.        , .   ' .   , ,        i     i  ,.   i i I     \Ve best serve the father, too.  I vincial prudery "of the writer .wore  de-  Don't look at the  ice bill,    Think   ����fj nouneed as impure.    Millions of refined  i-l'i" ic��- | ami virtuous wives   and   mothers   were  Don't wear an, overcoat. j deserilied   as   dripping   with   pollution  Don't sleep between Ma.ukels. \ because they enjoyed dancing", and were  so   well    formed    that   they   were   not  obliged to cover their arms and throats  ; j to avoid   the   pity   of   Iheir  associates.  The mean man sows that   lie   hiinseh i a    i v,a)   ,io.   .,,.*:,.!,.   ,-,. ...o-  ,-    ,-  I ,-\iut y ei  tne   anicie   itsell   is   far   more  ' "i'-iy reap. j indelicate than anv dance or any dress.  Not to correct Our faults is to   commit j or even lack of dress.    What   a  curious  new ones. I'.minion dried apples have, of fruit upon  The good man loves all .men. he loves j'the iroe !���dngerxdl  !;" s',e;lk with nl!" j     The nwm who in the presence ofgain |   ^    %  Mave no coinpanionshi|i with   a   man | thinks   of   rig-hte.ousness,   who   in   the    ^  who injures bis neighbor. ; presence, of danger is ready to  oive   up    r  ()ue forgives everynii'ijc; to   him   who j Id-- lile, who never forgets a   promise.���  forgives himself nothing llL' is !1 complete man  To develop the principles of our high  er nature is to know heaven.  Deal with   evil   as   with   disease,   the  hinent is to make an end i  of puuishin  |     The path of  duty   is   near,   yel   men  DK. MILT>(.)Y,  KCSSLAND.  advertise this rich, untouched field j Al,'(l iu ligh'tciing their buVdens  of riches as an   antidote   for   Cape I    Ours grow light, and fade, from   view, i ,)bj(l(.t of ,,nnis  .. .  . ��� j And a svinpathetic nature i    , .  , .  Nome sudviiess. !     That vibrates to nthers'neeils  |   - j Is a bit of God's own sunshine.  The cut worm is destroying vege-1      In the old days the boats   plying j     Quickening to noble deeds. _ ! setdCit far off.    Co  home  and   seek   it  tiition  in    British   Columbia.    The j 011 the ('olumbia and other   wafers i" ���Boston I ransenpt.    | .nil, y011 ���.ni not-,.u.k u,.u,]l(,,.s  plague may   be   arrested   by   Paris L-ope very good to   the   prospector.! WISK   AN" _<vi��'<;invisi.:. ;   . NVhen   you   know a   thing  maintain  green.-   If this fails, an appeal  for, TJie-ir horses, boats and goods were j   . Dust of the sea is one  of  the   ,uvs.| |h!,t >'011 know it, when you do imi know! *--^  neo\-pr     ^bonhl     bo     undo     to    the             "    l     ,i    l               4                  i                .   i                        ' '        ., '"^t"   ��� it, admit the fact���that is wisdom  pidyi I       MinillU      Ul       IIUIOI       l.o      lite    carried    fit     p��w     rsi.lnu       nnil     eia'W-] ,��..:_ i,,���i,     ., ],...     ,...:i��..-. VT^ ;      '  churches of Toronto. ; thin''" m;  fk^TW. -%'*^'%-"<&^''Qi/q&/^&/%^^'B  PHOTOGRAPHERS  tVANCOUVER and NELSON,   B.C.  ^  i-ne mills o  low   I'fttcs.   and   every- j )ie,.jes   wlnch   perplex   sailors.      No j  .1 -i i      i-,    i i -.   ii      .i       j     i        j i      in transacting business he laitlitui  in;  ade a-s easv a.s  possible   lor; matter  how  carefully  the  decks  of . ,  , . ���    ,    , . :  i ' . i . ' i speech with Ineiios, lie not en \ ioiis.aml ;  Sir Wilfrid   Laurie-   had   a,   ho1 i the men who were  the   first   cmiscI sailing ships may be   washed  down ; ju (];iih, (.omhi(i| ho ,liu,lili(,(!. rHilH,,,.    ;  of Kootenay becoming known.   The j in the morning,   a  quantity   of  dust!    -rilt,'(lis(l;1P(, ()1-,���,��� ^ n,..,.,f,.Iil|11. l0:  C.  I��.  R. boats shou Id take a- lesson! ca�� be swept up atnight. ; w(>|i(,   tliej,.   mv]j   ji(,|(,s   ;mi,   ,lllsyill..:  IVom their nredecessors   find   lower''  Pal'son   Sew:   "'Yo'   expect  me   to. rl](,,lls,,| V(K iVit|, XVeeding tin-  fields of I  the freight'upon all   the' effects   of | move hcahjin'preach for yo' widout | others.  (<-> d" a wrong  trifling,   nor   to'  ing   because   it  o  ��� P��*r      r3^ ���**���  "*���"���  time in Montreal the other day  trying to pacify contractors, who  were not awarded contracts. No  wonder politics  are  corrupt   when  u  wonuer pontics  arc  corrupt   wt.cn:- r,       -���      _        ��� -     _   ! salary ?    How  does T lib?"    Deacon!    x ���       ..���.���_,,  v.,,   ���,,m-   ,n,lr,m   -n-o   Imu-lin.,-   i- ,. j pi'ospectors    actively     engaged    mi ��� ,    . .....   , . -N<\'i    .mow   VU.lst.l  .so   many  wolt-es   <\.w   howling   loi , t _���       , ?     ,. i Snow:   "\\ 'y yo' gps youah hbbm do; t|lin��� i,(H.ause it seems t  the )nonetary llesh of Canada, , looking tor new   mineral   locutions. ; ^ as de ^  of  ^   but   ^^   er| mi^(.t <kli ll(,   lhj  Moths II y straight against ;t llame  V bridge went   down   last week. ! Feachah de fingah of suspishun doan'; seems small.  !"croi'.iou-.  "Do you mean to tell me that man-  .'H'cu.-' i ��� >   sin c ii ii lie cviitia iisid iiii'iiiv - -      -r> - "     ������ - - --��� . .     , .        . ,      j.      ,     , -,  ^       ^ ,,-,*,, ,,     ,,     , i nehbah point in youah direkshun.  because thcii-eyes can bear  only ;i j oear Alyei's   halls,   on the bpoka-iioj  small a.not.nt   of   light.     Many   o!\&  Northern   railway.      The   ma,,-'    ;.��\Ms  hihle  tnK   latpst   revi8ed"  the   human   race   make   the   same. a-gen.cnt of this road   scens   to   ^. j .^j^^,. ���skcd the imperial 1st. "Ves. !     "'^ you nieau to tei. n,e tnat; man-, ^  mistake because   their   brains  can Mow grade, as not many months ago i 8il.�� repiied the  book   affent     -Von i eatlnfir h"n   of  y?m*  ^  1o'W   H,^|t4  nly bear a small   aniounl   of   the i one of   its   freight   trains   plunged! wiH notice that it  has  an   appendix!^     e out    into    the    erects     J  S  !   , , -    i   ��� -i ���   , i .  .        ,    , ���     ,      ,.    ,, ;    ves,   answered the pi-oprictoi'oi the  ght ol reason and 'common  sense. ! through a bridge at   a point nearer; containing the business cards of  all;   , ,       ,     ,      ,.    '     '     . ,  - -,>.���!,' i       i ��� f l\ snow,    anu.a lot ol tiouoie lie   niacte  on  li  j Spokane.       People   will    soon     be! the     prominent    manufacturers    of  British Columbia miners   should!    ���    -,,    , , ', +1   \ ���    '" I ,,(i��� ��� \PI, .,nd ,o���r,v nbite "    Cornino-! us''      '-Um you  have   any   difficulty; JT"|  afraid to trave on a��� ro.'td that is so i otdnanee and at nioi phue. ���coining   .     ������,_,,;,.,���   ,���,,. v��    ilT   ..,,,���,,,   L���.,.;^A  , o    ..t.u.     *i. ;,.   ,.,,t,)    1.V..VI- ��� .-x ������ in  catclttng    linn . I  should   sa\   [a  lot    make   then    god    b, ,cks   so  ^^ wit]i fihc  ^.^   ()f itM sys. | Democracy , wag ��� d   et, l|i  argc.     A special melting   pot   had   t(^_     ()1]lcia,l, should   be  indicted i     A wonderful reserve  fund   for  the  lleal.enonjrhtoIeadllim ^ to '^lU  to be made   for   the   one   recently j w]l0 NV()UJ(| }ll]ow SU(.h a n){^u (.{)n_ j human appetite is to be -found   in the  sent to New   York   from   ('ariboo. j d]xUm (>|. affah.H ^   ^ any j vegetable diet oi the Klamath Indians.  :it weighed 7.S<)7 ounces   and   look j ..^.^   d()in     ^^   ^   ^novel   vanety  of food  forming  a  four men to place it on   the   scales  ,         ,.���   ,    ,^ ! ,uenu   unknown  to  the civilized is  in the Wall street assay offi.- ; ^ ^^  ! I)ffei'e(i ''�� tho ^Vot thegreatyellow  ce.  no   si-onruv   staxoauo   in   ��.  c. | wal;ei-Hly, which is converted into a    i farinaceous  food;  in the food known  A great deal of the mining news  sent out of the Boundary country' ''"' '',,',i,����to Telegram comments I as goosefoot, which bears a black  is unreliable and evidently written j thus " th" "ITnr,s "Jthe '"i����* "P��rator�� j seed that is ground up ivy loaves and  ���     ,. ,   , ! to reduce wages in B.C.:  ������ I he, miser-; cakes, and in the arrowhead,   which  tor the purpose ol   booming   town-1   ..i,,   ^, .,.-   ,,.,,    i,���.   ���.!���, .    .,,,   ..lj^.,, I. n ,,  ,  i     i        .... ahl<      ''J    I"'1   ,la>   ulllcl1  ;,n   al,K11un the fall develops a  starchy  white  sites.      1 he truth is the best  lor all j monopoly pays to the miners at Sudbury ; mber ft|. the end of the roots_ '  districts, a-nd il the   boundary   h;is;isthe standard   by which   the  miningj  real merit it   does   not   require the   '"-okers of Toronto condemn the British I  ��� , ,. ,,       ��� ..       -1     .    .Columbia miner's demand for  $:\.-">o   fori  assistance ol the Ananias la.milv to .   , , .,., ,     ;   /   \   ,^. r\n visiior<  an   eight-hour   dav.       thev   sav:   'doe >     -A       \y��~-  make it ahum,ning su.-ee^. Ma.-liu is   a   dangerous   man.    He   \^\ I    WJ&r  struck a hard blow at the P.ritish ('oliiui-. <-(  Hell   has   been    located   at    (ape   bia industry     The miners  at.  Sudbury  Nome.      It ft-ssfi-vs high    in    miscrx.   are glad to get s| .-2"i lor a ton-hour day.  smallpox-,  typhoid and   pneumonia.,   ������nul why should   the   British   Columbia  i     , ��� i        .      '       r .    miners get ."?:-;.."io for an eitjht-houi" da v?;   ,,,,,. ��� ,,,(,,,,  but carries scarcelx' ;i trace of  regret        ..,.,    \ .    ' ,      ,'" l{,.:''.'  " " .,  ������ I he l.ii-egoing woi-Us smov   that   rhe ' 'V"" ,n "I,'"l.w"11  M..1CI- colli" -111 01   ol  al\Vil\-s    Wi-lcnlllr  cage,    You see, some of the bad boysj  of this town had tied a tin can to-  his;  tail " j   1  " H. GIEGERICH ]  Staple and Fancy !  GROCERIES [jfjj  Agent for | )&^ji  N   CANDLESlH  GIANT POWDER  So do some other kinds of mills���hence the  delay in ovir sprinoino; our sur])rise on you.  in the meantime, we would suggest that  you tiiko ;tn inventory of -u'hat you need  in the clothino- and o-poeery lines and prepare to take adva.ntaoe of the great opportunities we are going to gi\'e yon to  buy low. While you are doing this  don't overlook the present inducements  offered in our Dress Goods department.  We lmven't space to go into detail here.  The la-dies will he particularly, interested  in litis week's offerings. Special prices  in hoots and shoes   for boys   and   girls  of  school Hire.        Now's the time to buv.  BOURNE BROS.,  )TPP.fSfll)S  K.Xsi.ii  AIN'sU'oKTH  SAN Ii IX  k^WW^k^  New Denver, B. C,W J  \00fT;in7i  iniuers get s:-;.."io lor an ei^ht-houi" da v  ���'The I'lregoing words show   that   ft.  from   the   boomers   who    were   tin-   ,.,.;, ish ( -,,,, lm,ji;1 ,���,,,,,���,���,��� hliA ;1|i(,n. /^Z^^UU-U^-  eaus��-   of   its   <liscovei-y.      Mosl    of   ;,,od t he mining brokers.     It   might   be   "^ u^^'y.^^rnru ,- <.i-:.,^iisi,  them    are    in    Sea-ttlo    illlgling   the   uearei"    the    facts    to    sav    the   eastern : l-'laiiuotyj..--. I'lotito.-. Ivkini.-t-,l'scpiiis,  ���'        ���--.-' ��� ; .��� 1111   I I lite' I   I   (Hit tiLTV.-l 1 ills i'iiViT ���ill;- \\ ;ols.  dollars   exti-fi-eled    from    gold-mad   "'���"^'������������':   hl''   '���"'   "'cstern  In-ok.-rs are; ���_ pnU/MAM    ">*<���*����� Anisu,-      _  ,,.',, like them in :i,-ir inabiiii-v   to   see   anv    ' ���   ft.   UUWIVIAN,        I'ortraiis. %  victims,    and    planning    the   next , .     ��� - Mr Cohmii.ia A'v,-.. k.-,si. Kossiilll(i. u. c.-  Ml ! lie  ill  a   lav-   Which  increases f.he   cost: Kir<t sl.-.irw.iv e.-,s, ,,r |.i,u-..lo St.  spring boom.  r558^^-  virtue in a lav-   which increases the cost  of mining for the benelii of the   miners.  'Mitario would sioner   le\e|   mo   wag'es  Some papers and some   people   in   ,-,,- ,||(, Sudbury miners up to the Mritish  this prox'ince are shouting thai    no   Columbia standard than level the wages  mining    commission    is   needed   to   of the l-Jrit ish Columbia miners down to  the Sudburv standard      It is a di.-graci  Bank-of  i  O/O  Kvdililislie.I    IS1T,  W WILLI  De;iler in  IMPORTED  X  to the country that the nickel wealth of:  "',w DOMESTIC CIGARS  investigate    and   endeavor   to   mi- , ���        ,        , ,    ,        7 ,     .' and r>,  to the couutrv that the nickel wealth o  ]��rovc    our   existing   .tuning   laws.   Sudbury, which has  filled   the   pockets    and jq gA QCOES  Tlx'y are wrong,    for   we   do    need   uf  alien   millionaires,    has   never   paid. PIPES    &.C  w  some changes in the system  now in   decent living wages to Canadian   labor-     r '  i I 9 J  1    4   *i '  -,   ��� t'.i'v*     l-h-itisli Oolmiihi-i does wpil  to  ,���,..'Van Camp Lunch Goods,   (,'onfection- j w v  vogue,   but.   the   commission    must;   '  ���    '     ' oiumoia noes wen   to   m. i ^     _' ' A^Jl  i      r,L-.       t    iva     ,.,������r..- , i sist anv approach to the Sudburv stand- cry and I'ruit.  not   consist    ol    hsri    ea-nners   audi      ,',���,, ,       ' ���   i -pi *i .���     . i a'"'! wag-(-!.s.     1 he brokers who are shout-1 BATHS TN rONNKOTTON  ranchers.      I hey must be  j.ract.eal , ]w,. a8.ahl8t %, -() fm. RU (.^hr.ll0iu.  (lay | ��A 1 Ht> 1JN U^INJA.1 IUJN. ^J^^^^^^^pK^^  mining men. aiirl the changefs   pro-! jn   British   Columbia   would   soon   be I Newmarket Block. New Denver ' " ..����..  Capital (all paid up) .f 12,000,000.00  K'eserved Itind : ': 7,000, OX). 00  Undivided profits :    :   1,102,7,')2.72  H K A I >     O FI' I C !���;,     MO N 'V 1{ !���; A I..  i\T. Hex. Lokd Stuathcoxa aad aIucxt 1-Joval,  (.00. M.G. President.  Ijox. (i. A. Drummoxd, Vice President,  E. S, Ci.ousTox, (general Manager,  Brandies in   all parts of Canada, Newfoundland, f.lreat Britain,  and  the United States.  New Denver branch  iK2k'i Seventh Year.
THE LEDGE, NEW  DEJSVEK, B.C.. AUGUST 2   1900.
WE     T   THJB  'WOKLD   NEEDS.
What this troubled old world needs
]s less o' quibbling over creeds,
Fewer Mrords and better deeds.
Less of "Thus and so shall you
Think and acr-, and say and do.'"
More of "How may 1 he true?"
Less of wrangling over text;
Less of creed and code perplexed;
More of charity mi vexed.
Less of shouting: "1 alone
Have a right to hurl the stone."
More of heart that will condone.
to suppress freedom, and the use of a | worthy on the ground. Jack Styles
mob, are only different ways of doing j gave a yell of agony as he saw his
the same thing. brother fall, and advanced toward Bell,
But it is said the Chinaman is shock- tiring as he came.' The two men paused
ingly behind the times. Yet before we within ten paces of each other, and
are carried away by the Kipling hysteria  there they emptied their weapons.   Bell
Less of ruling: "Here! You must
Hold this tenet, wrong or just."
More of'patient, helpful trust.
Less of microscopic scan'
Of the faults of fellow man.
More of brave, uplifting plan.
Less of dogma;  less pretense
More belief that Providence
Will sanctify our common sense.
More of chord of kindness blunt
' )'er the discords of dissent
Their will come the great content..
'"■I list to be and, to do good."
Simple, plain for him who would
A creed that may be understood.
Baltimore American
it would be well to consider the beam
in our own eye. I do not believe we
should permit the murder of our citizens. Neither do I believe we should
begin the war for the protection of the
missionary, and end it with a claim for
territory The Boxers were too accommodating.   They   seem   to   have  pro
Cabins or Homes
Residence lots  in
NEW     DENVER
had no knife, and when Styles saw this
he grave a yell  of  triumph,  tossed   his
revolver from him and jumped in   with {
a bowie knife in   his -hand;    The  two
closed in upon each other.
At Styles' first slash of the knife, Bell
sidestepped, though the point of the
knife made a painful  wound  over  his
from
$15 to $200
EYES ARE WnPi/CDO 'GERTIFICATEJHMMfROVEMEKTS
*"  '   *-*' II   UlllXLilU SINJUSK    Mineral Claim.
I ..:
'    Outlying Blocks   suitable
for small  Homesteads
from $200 to $500
Apply to--
W.M. THOML1NSON,
New Denver, B. C.
W. L. Jeffery
& Son
ceeded on the plan of  Artemus   Ward, j right eyebrow.    Another vicious thrust
which was to find out what your enemyj be parried,  though  the  keen   weapon
wants and then let him have, it.    In the j ,jud open his left  forearm,  pierced   his
light   of   previous,   aggressions    upon j upper lip, knocking out two front teeth.
Chinese soil  we,  may  perhaps  be  for-I R\ this time the  two  men  were  upon
given the suspicion that the powers'! the ground. Bell beneath his antagonist, j
j might consider this opportunity worth1 He heard some one call his name and j
j the blood of several missionaries It is j another moment felt something, strike j
I certainly rite duty of the United States,- bis side. Reaching'out his hand fell j
! totake no part in this business   heyond ; "jion a pistol.    A sigh of relief followed j
| the protection of American citizens.     It; I his discovery and he placed theweapon j Workers ill  Til).    ( 'opjHT Uixl
! is   our   manifest   duty   to   practice   M^ | full against   Styles'  chest,  just   as   the.; SllOCt   ll'Oll.
I virtues of a Christian democracy. As; latter raised his knife for a last thrust, ;
Joiadstone advised: "Let us recognize, ! B"M pulled the trigger and c-e.U a bullet j
jaiid     recognize     with    frankness,     i he; ' I trough his heart. j
' eiptality of the weak   with   the,strong.'     l!o>h   brothers   lay   dead,   and    Hell j
•mi-:    mi M-:s m    moths    and    Tl,,':! (|l(. princi|ih'of broiherlHK.d annuig the; I'aitifed from loss of blood. ;
nations and  of  their  sacred   indepcn.r ,...     ... ...   . ! He;iCi<|ll;iJ'fer.S.    i\E\V   DENVER
• t I   III1    \i   l'ol)fr    K iiul '
once..1'
Sight   is    the   only
special sense which
we   use   constantly
except during sleep.
Perfect    eyes     see
without effort.    The
imperfect ones are constantly
under muscular strain.     Is
it any wonder eye  strain is
so hurtful?     T am   the  first
optician   in   the   Kootenay.
My reputation  is known in
every Kootenay town.   Eyes
tested night or day	
(j. W. GRIMMETT, Cradici,-.>,,fioia.,.
s.-\,\'l>o.\. ii. (..".
Hill Bros.
Mfinuiactui'ers i.l
.ShiiiiTf.. in Ok Slor.-o) JWiiiimr Id virion of West
Koofonay JJi-1 i-jct. When! located: On
West side of Climax Mineral Claim, north of
('ai-penTcr Creek.
TAKE-NOTICE TJiiUl.F. S. Clements of Xel-
J suji. Ii. C. actinfr as a^-ciit for Johanna Erp.
Brockliauscii. F. .M. 0. Xo. B. -Jl-JtiU, and SidiK-y
H. Xicliols. F. M. C Xo. . K. fiiiilti. intend, sixty
days from the date hereof to apply to the
.Mining Recorder for a certificate of iiri-
lu-ovc'incuis for the |nir|iose of obtaining .-i Crown
i-'ranf of the above claim.
And furflicrtake notice thai  action under sec-
fioii .'17 iniisf lie commenced   before   t he issuance
of such certificate of improvements.
Dated tliis^Smi dayi.f ■June, A   1).. lfKid.        "-."•
SANOOW aixl   I.O.V'K   STAK,   No.   .'!,   Min-
eral Claims.
Air Piping- and Mining-
Work a Specialty
AM |.;IU(:A,\     UKAAIS.
An extract from a sermon bv Herbert
S. Bigelow, delivered in the pulpit of
the Vino/Street Congregational church,
Cincinnati, .lune 21.    The  subject   was
lie   \Vriiii(j   Kind.
onciv   o\   thk   ti:ic;oru.
!     The terms used in mining camps  nrej
  .often   the  cause  of amusing   mistakes!
George   T.   liell,   for  years  a   Texas; «'ith   tenderfoot.     A   gentleman,   just j
fbe Boxers, and the text chosen was :.J ranger, and later in the employ of I he; out from Kurope. a few weeks, stepped
'•Why.beholdest thou the mole, that is government secret service, is in St. i into a store in a Slocan mining town
in thy brothers eye, hut ennsiderest not   bonis, says the Chicago Democrat I the other day and asked the  proprietor
the beam that is in thine own eye?" On his person he carries marks of six { if his place was a hook- shop:    The pro-
HEAVERcc OROFT,
knife wounds while on duty as a ranger) prietor smiled, said no, took the stran-
for the government. Possibly the. most i ger.to the door and pointed to a red-
thrilling" experience through which he;; windowed house over in the woods
passed was a duel on the. streets of j After a few minutes the man returned
Tucson. Ariz... in that town's palmiest! to the store and remarked that, he
days. i wanted fish hooks, which the merchant
Hell had been instrumental in round-! cheerfully supplied   him   with,  and   he
ing up and capturing a gang of counter- j 'eft  the  camp   happy.,  but   somewhat
of taking a. hand in the ugly business, j feiters known as the   "Shang   Brooks" j mystified at the; many   meanings  of  a
simple little, word.
We admit th • universal right of all
river country All wv.vr. sent'to the j 111H11 t(l fc|l(. ;1 jr< to Oie seas: we have
penitentiary   and   .have  been   released j socialism    in    rivers   and   bridges  and
While we deny the Chinaman's right . save. Brooks, who escaped.    A warrant,] n>ads whv   not   admit   the   universal
to  murder'   foreigners   wjio   are   there J indorsed "dead or alive,,'' was placed in j ,-jo-ht of all men to   the.   land,   whv   not
inidrn-treaty guarantees.are we equally j Hell's   hands  for  service.    He   located   have socialism in the mills, in   railways
reiidy'lo concede l he right of his govern-j Brooks   in   a   saloon   in   Tucson,   jiimI. | ;li^l in shipp? lioberi: Bfatchford.       '    :
incut''in a peaceable and leg.-il   way, to | walking up, notified   him   that   he   was! - i
under arrest !     " there is anything t hat cannot   bear!
oi   ,,         i         .,-,..,                j free truth, let it crack.— YV. Phillips.
Shang   glanced   patronizingly    upon ; '__
.Bell,   for   he  was  six   feet  two  in   his
stockingfeetandagiant   in   strength!     ^Q     BllUdCrS
Press reports say that regret was
expressed in the iiavy department at.
Washington thai the American ship did
not participate in the action against
the Taku forts Regret did not seem
to be that the bombardment should
have been necessary, but that American
seaman had not the savage satisfaction
Thus it is that while the Christian sonti-I gang.    They had- their  "mint"  up   in
nient may he reluctantly drawn   into a j the IVIIoncillo mountains,  in   the.  Gila
war. there   is  also   the   savage   nature
which glories in the occasion for v ar.
Sifiiafe ill tin- Slocan Minim--- UivUioii <if
Wc'si Koote.iay District-. Where located:
(in Silver Mountain. )-'. inil-s <..utlnvi"l ot
Xeu Denver.  Ii. ('. „
'PAKI-; N'l'l'ICK Unit !. Char!,- S. Rashdail.o!-
1 Xiiv Oenver. I!. (',. a'liii^-.is airenl for K.ibert
ii.SI;inner, ]•". M.•('. Xo. I! 17'.'7::. and Dal/.icl
leinioi! Siniili, K.M.t" Xo. I; i.'ioIl'. intend.•i'liiay-
iroii-i tin-date In.nof. to :-.|ipl.i '...the, .Miiiinu- IO-
•-onier I'm- a (Vr, ilie.ii-- of I I'nprn vein,-n:.-. for t In
;nir|i'>-e of olitii iiiio.:' a. i'i-.ivi, i.mni . i- •■a'-h ot
! In- aliov" elaiiiis.
And I n I tiler la Ue imii'i e li lial action, under see
'ion :I7. inu-'l lie eoiuiiicneci) ln-f. n-e the issinno-i-
'■-."siieli ('•■rtilicat" ol Iin-if-iVeiiieiiis.   '
l)an-| tin- '.'Mil o.-.v ..i .Inn.-- '.-     I i   I'io-i
7-a <  II.Mi'l.KS --.   h'ASij!''-, 1.1.
I".l t K     I'li-tlTMlS     *l:
Clatlil.
Shingles
situate jo ih,. Slocan   Milling   Id', i.-i f   \\',--t
Kooicnay Idslrici.      Wli,,r-   loe. ted:    Aootil
i«- iinile's   i.-i-.i   ;.['  s:i\ i-i-ioi,.   ,.iij. ,11011"  . T lie
*si I vi-rl-wi  If. i.v .
TAKK  Vn'riCI-:   l'l,a:  1. !•:   h' -ininehn.-yef, oc
1     miner's eertitieate   \'o.    1',   .;ss,;.i.   jo-tint;'   as
.ocelli for Mary   i;   h'.'iiiiihehm-yor. fr.-c nn'iicr'-
eertiliea.tc Xo. I!  .iss.'i'.i. intend,   sixty  days  from
the   -late   lien- ,r.    to   .-1 j 1 > 11;.-    to   the  Milling 1-,',-
.■■•rdei for a Ceriiiicale ol 1 no mo einents. foj-1 lie
mrjiosi- of.nlilaiiiinv a 1 Vmvn C rani of tlie ,-;i,o\-c
Orders   shipped   to  all   iiarfs of the ' "i:|0"-
Cnnot-i-v            >Iill     .it-     lirjofl ,,f ■      -Al"'   liiriller take   notice   lii
couni,i>.      1.1111   at   head ot          -,■,■((,,„ :;7, im.sr  oi.nn.■„(■.•(
---Slocan Lake. —
t   action,  under
!' In'tore   the i-sie
,-on f such eerrilie-tie of i 111 in-ovcicents.
11.1 ted this .-,1 j, ,|,-iy ,.! J nl'j ,-.-!. Ik. Cue 1.
Hauling and Packing to Mines,
and general local business.
WOOD    AND     COAL     FOR     SALE
New   Denver,   Ii.   i'.
exclude foreigir-rs;-' We exercised that
ri:»-ht when we passed the Chinese ex
elusion aeC If the Chinaman does not
like us, so much the worse for his taste,
of course. Hut, have we any stones to
throw 011 that score? What are the)
Boxers but an A. 1'. A. organization,
with yellow skins and pigtails, and
with the. courage of their conviction.
But, we complain, the Chinaman does
not want to   trade   with' us.    It   is  too
Then he announced: '"Sonny, you'se'11
have to grow some." He' had half
turned from the. bar as lie spoke, and
Bell did not know that the movement
was shielding his hand as it crept to his
pistol     Some one iit the saloon yelled a
- e
I STOIOKIl'N'T  M.nerai Claim.
Posi.oi'liee address, Uosebeiv. ! """"""
■      _;  ..        :' Situate in the   SI .en n   MCi'iil;   | ii vision of  \\ .-.- !
....  _.  Kooienay    District.      Where ■ located:     Ten
miles east o'- Slocan l.nk.   a ml ,ihoi.it .,ne and
oiie-liait   mile-   east   of   Scaton 'Creek, iiud
lie.ine-a iiorili.-rly eMeiisi' :'i '.if rile Washinir-
ton.
T.U\K NOTK'K Tlmr   f    ('has.   Moore,  acting
!   !     asairent for S. K. Green. I<\ M . CXo. B.-'782C
'  oid.W.   A.  Jou-eti.   F.   M.  <'.   Xo.  77a .special;
-intend til)(lays from the date hereof to apply to the
I, AM US'      WOOL        Mhiiiiir  Recorder for  a   eertiti'-ate  ■-.:'  :i npri t\- f--
iik-iiIs for the imrposeof oljoiim'ni: a i'i >m n ^raii i
-;;»;      •'XDKh'WKAIv        : of thealiove claim.
kJ® And fiirther lake notice   that   action under sec
h't'l.- ilK.X'l'LE.MiCN'. ;.U'oi) "■'•'< must he commenced heiop- the issiuoieeot.
j such certificate of irii|irovemenl'--.
Hated this lath  ,la v of June, liioo.
i     "--'1 CMAS. Mo'iKF.
XFCK   WKA-R !  - - —   	
A    SI'F.OIALTY    AT iidSK    JI.AIilK    Mineral    Claim.
l).     /YlCLaClllan   S.Situateinthe  Si e.-.-i ti  Mi-.iiiii:   Division ...f West
Xuw Denver. Kootciia'    lii^tricr.      Where  located:   South
  :         of Mowicli claim . Cariieuier ("reck.
_,_. _,.   ;,_       .   _-,      . i'-PAKF. M'iTICK   Thar   1.   Ilerl.er;    I".    1'uij-.
Rt"LIABLt-      ASSAYS }r    •'.'«■"»   <•« *■•»■•»■*   "-    M...an.   Free   Miner's
, Cc.rtilicatc .so. .-,7:i:ii'.  and   Charles   \\ .  Greenlee.
1 ''O'M     ■   •'" I Oold and Siiver. .* .7.r, i c. M. C. >",,. .-|s<ii;(i.  iuie.nd. si.\iv davs  irointlio
I p    .    ,..,    t- . ■   , f-      „ i  -v,       ,    . hfi.-id o I (:.'old,silvV.co|i|,"r 1. an j, late hereof, to applv a, the Mintnir lha-order for
| KepOl'I.S,   rjXaniinat]011S   and  j\lauag'0- Sainiilcs t«v mail receive pi-nuiiif alieutiou.        ;a certilicateofimpi-ovement.s. for  the   |mriio.se of
■ ,-,,^,,1- t-.-   i ■ rv' j  n    i-        it. i ^ : "btiu'iiini;-  a   ri'mvn   uTiint of the ahovc elaiu).
| ment" RlCh OreS illld Bullion BOUg-llt.       ,     And fm-thertak,. nolic, thataeii,,,, under Sec
M llllisl he Connneuced liefore the is«uaii(.'e of such
J. K. CLARK
INES
and MINING
If you want Dimefisiott
Lumber. Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Coast and Kootenay!
NEW DENVER
R. O
»&di «i» e^ >«3»«»i5
M-.'il  10111 St.. Deliver. Colo.
[       certificate of iniprov'eiiiciiis.
Dated this 7ih day of June. I!
THE WWI. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO, LiilTED
HKRBFRT T. 'I'VVJiiG.
OAYTO.V NO.   *, AhTOON'A.  BOX  KNOT,
t:Ki:i!EX, and   TA1VANHA   Mineral Claims
.varniii""  and   instantlv   Ihore   cumo   a
md he does not understand the   henefi- j shot.    Shan»- re.o.lcd an'd   tlie.n   sunk   t.o!(ipu;no- ond Flooril) O'   Dnnhlo
coiitctliictilaswolltisocouoinie   ...ffects | the   floor,    with   ,-,   hulle,   throm-h   l.isl^^    l   fe  ^na t lOOllll^,  JJoilble
of Iree trade.    But are we   t he   oue.s   lo | alalon.ou. land     Dressed     C'OH.St    Cedar,
inslruet Iiiiii-'     I he dilloronce   hetween j      |-],.H i,.u| lirod Mirou-h his coat pocket,
a Puerto Piean tariff, a McKinley   tarilTj T|„, wound was f;il:il,";liou»-li it did  not I K-Usfio.      Sl'liplclp.       St.eppil'lO'.
an,l a ('hini's.'tariff is after all   ()n<.  (,fj ;lt, 01IC(. cause' Ilniokst.i   los.'  c,»n,ina.i(li ., -, .       Tv
iU^voe.    All tariffs ;mv relics of  l)»rl)ar-I over hiinnelf     I'nlliiijr himself lo-elher, i ' )()01' dfimlhS. JJme JUld (Jedai*!
is,,,.     Would that the. American   people j ,.|u. (leS!)(.r;(<Io drew his weapon.\vhieh L■-, ,,.;lVM., Axr-      .     , C<M        '
wi'W.   eivilizeu   enouo-l,   to   know   that. \ |;1y heneatl, him. and was level.,- it at! ' '<l"SI !1" h' Av IlHloW Utiles, |
Hut if Kne-htnd were to send her imper- j p„.]l when   the  detective   sent   anot her! 'P, Irn(,( 1 \y()y]< |h,.|P].(lk  !
ialarinieslioretoteachustha,   lesson. \ Un]\„i Llir«.iKli his pistol   wrist    endino-! ll,,1UU U°lk'        ^I'^lvt.fs,,
what American would not rather die i,C his alulity to (|„ harm      He died   a   lew j X(.'We]      Posts.      I^tnd-SflWUIO". |
■PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,
Al
, Situate in   tin   Slocan   M ininjj   1 ,i \ ision of West
Kootec-ay    District.       Where    located:   On
Payne Muiinln in.  alioiit   li   miles  I'roni  the
I'.iwn of SainIon . If. C.
•'PAKE   NoTKT.    That    I.   Alexander   S|iioat.
I      aireut for  the   Sauilon   .Mii'iiii"   and   .Milliiiti
< aini|iiiiiy.   Liinired    free    Miner's    ('crl ilieate
a',,,  i-iti.-;':!.   intend,    sixiy   ,,'iiy.   to,in   the    date
la-rcof.   to    ajijily   in    ih'e   .Minini;   Uei-ordcr  for
Ci.-l-Tiliciites of   lui|iroveniciit-. for   -.lie |nir[ioseof
oliiaiuini: a Crown    Crant of cadi   of  ihe ahoy,.-
claims.
And further lake notice tha t action, under --,-.<.-
' ion :I7. lnusl he couiinene,-d ln-f.ire ihe issuanct.-
,f such ('erttticate , ,f liujirovenn-i.;.-.
Dared lhi- -'Sth da\- of A oril. A. D. 1 ami.
'-,-: ' AI.K.X SI'UOAT.
the. trenches than he cn!i»;!uo-u".l ?
Hut the Chinaman does   not   like   our
hours later.
U.  WALKER & SON'S
HotUars of KILMARNOCK
Scotch Whiskey       66
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'ritou-h Heii did not know p at thelTunied Vera ii da Posts. Store-     ^        ,.       *?,, . t .
relif-ion.    N'eitherdn.   like   the   brand ' , iuu,   Hmoks   h(,(i   tW(,   (,imn;miini.   :„ i ' Canadian    Whiskies
thai  is   usually   exported   for   his   con--j rlu. tl)Wili ,1:u.k ;ilu[ iJi|M S(yU;< hvi)lhr^ ] iM'Ollts,    1 >OOrs,     \V llldoWS    01" j
sumption. 'nHM.iorel.(w.i,.hte.l;M).aM\siTlu^MH«1nlof.tl.esl1ootin«-»uu|lleri,le.l|p1 , .. „.,.
reho-ion the more anxious he is to Ih'-! to a veno-e the death of their pal. Later | J lM,SkS' NU
stow it   upon   others.    .Missionarv   y.eal i :,, it,,, ,i.,.. .. . p,,,. ,,..,n., , , l    fc.   , _, _     _..
1 • in Hie 0a\ ,a.s liell walked |iast a o-eneral l    NeS«;on    'iflw    fir    Plflnincr
seems: to hear   an   inverse   rat o   to   u-   ,,,„,, in   .,,,,   ,■,.,,„,;„,.  ,. i    '^ISiO)! OdW    CC   rldning
jstoie in   the,   liontier  town,   some,  one ^.,,       ,   . °
ho-mus   enlio-htenment.       Ihe.    natural | vell.ul: "I.ck.U om, Mr   Bell'"  Turnim-j Hills,  Limited
method for  the   reh-ious   re^ncration | m.(. ;| (1.lsll< &t (|u, S,UU(1  riim,  {h.^-wZ \ Nelson, B.C.
ola country would seem to l,e  a   refoi-;,lis   revolv(!1,   liw,   (lotei.tivi.   S;IW   j,.^-  	
niiilion ol the natiA'e   laifh   hv   natives, i <f,a... .,, r\, ■ ,      .-   , '       B     3~"       A i
,m     - -•        ,•     ,      ■  •   .   ..    ,   ': •>,1'.\ 1*-^ on the opposite, side ol the street, j    , 5     h-      A M/*^ HliOM OM     !
northe.n.posn,onolalore,e-uta„h   hy< |](,   s;nv    s,n(),.(.    j^,u.    .-,om     ^v]e>.!    U.   C.   MIN Vj KICjN UN ■   j
lor^ne.rs   To send missionaries to the | wwlpoUj ;U1(1 ;l lm,icr SBaml his reu le. | The Leading | C^Whoksale Dealers in Wines, Liquors andCiears
heathen when we have such an   ahund-,.Jilll    St>.les    ,mitimi(Jl,    s|1()otin.,,     his!g     g ,      „,  '_ 1 1_„
ancc   ol   liiiyauism   at   home  seems   as i i,...,.!,,,,.  .     ,.   ^     . ..    " '.    ,    |g__|   A  S FT) B    ?, nFOnr"ni
,   ...     .            .                 ,             ,           ; 'a other .luck, on the. same  side  ol   the! fs /A. I Hf |    iKr-NXr W!«
iniich like uui>ertiuo!ieeas henevole.iice. i y(-      ,.     j |   p   u        ,. ..      g     [HII  1^/      tS-UOLnii
eria!
J5
AVe abmninate. t he <'liine.se   practice of; .,„.
shoe-hieing-— a    practice   which   is   less
comiiio-  to   his  assist-!
injurious than the American way of
laciinr Wo are shocked at the, wicked
ancestor-worship. \Yt\ have never
thotio-ht that..some of the effort, spent in
destroying" the ancestor-worship in
China ini»"lil be spent with nrolit inctil-
calino- respect for parents in I lie Ameri-j
can voutii. If. instead of export.iny our
Cliristi.-.nity. we. should apply some of
it ton solution of the prohleiusol poverty
we \roiild render a <^re;tt(u- se.rviee to
civilization than by convortiiii'" the
Chinese to the medieval elements of
our theoloo-y. I sympathize with thi)!fi|
prciu-hcr who said that he had no piety j g
to boast of. and no religion tnspare. It;®
seems to me a trifle inconsistent for: $>
those, who profess to iielie\-e in thei^
fatherhood of < iod to suppose that llieie
people v.'ho ha^e not siihseribed to their: ^
creed must depend for the salvation!
upon the somewhat uncertain contrihii- i | g10
lions to the missionary box. I wish :
t he (-'hinamen were (•noiii','h ad\';inced !
in civilization to realize thai the truth j
in   their   own   religion   would   only   be: "w-"^
One   shot,   at,   Jim   Stylos   laid   that!
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civilized :J    It is a pity that flic, trustees '
,.-. > our   colleoes   do   not   put   the   same
v due upon the freedom of thought  and ,
discussion.    The press informed us that;
a hodv ol" Cinciniiatti  preachers   waited ' ....
,, ' ,        , ,1   O'cy   are   made   tn  your  midst,    of  the   linest
on the mayor one. day last summer and.       Havana Tobacco.       When- good Cigars
asked that the. police power he   used   to; are sold iin-y can lie li.c-ht.
prevent the  preachin«-  of   Morinonisin
on our street corners.    It is no doubt to
the credit of these preachers  that   they '
did not  murder  the  Mormon  mission-1
aries.   But the use of the police power
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MA\    DKWKR. THE LEDGE. NEvV DH'iN VER, B.C...AUGUST 2.  1900.  Seventh Year  MINING    I-iB^ORD^  "���sons ivf  liberty"  of  the  Chinese���but j auza mining   companies.    The   Pontiac    the trade  with   China   will   be  greatly I and Tecumseh are well  known  proper-  Lie, following it a complete list of the j.enhanced by the. conquest of China j ties.    W. L. Scowden had them bonded  naming transactions recorded curing the :     Christians    may   slaughter   .lews   to I for ��(iO,0<Ji"i  two years  ago.    He   spent  week in the several   niinine/  divisions of ! t\u.\v heart's content, in   the.   European i $15,000 |,nt failed to obtain an extension  the Slocan.    'those of N  as follows :���  locations  ���Tlieli'ua. north Ca r|ienter el  Julv ^  .1 Kiiitflu  r  ;.'���.dv,   W  (, Clark.   W   M  ai���Good Hopi:  Brinne.lt.  Maid"i" Erin. Freddie Lee Ml. K McDonald  Summit. lied Mt, A \i Filmland.  i>S -.Maple Leaf. I'avne Mt. '!��(. McLonaid. .   . . .  Eral aiid-M'.'liuLiunt'. m- Sundoii. K. Cmmiiiu-1 did   not   join,   some   people   might  not  countries, but that is only -'anti-semi-  tism," and ol no concern to outsiders,  but if a follower of Confucius administers the same treatment to a Christian  tlie whole christian world joins in the  invasion���besides, if. ihe  whole  world  ham. ('  Moor-, .1 M Donnellv.  Jubilee. Ei-dit Mile 'ck. .I Smith. i  Cami-ia. Wilson ck, V-V S 'riiomj)---o.  L'a -Cranile   Mountain,  Carpenter  ck,   \V   W  Wa rn-r.  Silvei Lake, Carpenter ,-k. E I. Warner  Silver Lake Kalis. Carpenter ck, Lus Eaundry. ,  Cnluckv I".,-.-, Freddie Lee Ml. W LOretr-^.  Good Hope. I i-unrl! elc, .1 Limi.  (jipsv. I-'emifi) cr. .1 Vallance.  Black Eaule.Codv ck. .1 Cass,,-y.a. '  Eaicle. Four .d ile ek.J A Mitchell.  -'<; -Sound, north of Trout cr, .I W K.vt--. j  Frances, and Ca--ie. Wilson ck. K W Cook.  Kr.-.udhiMiines jr. Kcnnell cr, li Anderson.  27 Merflia I'r. ui- Thr-c Forks, E Havr-ip.  .'1'-���"i i-n,\ filacier ck, .1 WPIiams  Genesee i'r. Wiisoiick, A II I'diimeua u-'r. j  Alli^aryand   Silver (iuleli.   Wilson   ck.   II   A !  Ffif.'hie    " .       '  Lvdia I'r. Galena Farm, A Sjifo.il.  r,'.nolesci.ii i'r, Four Mile ,-k. e, Culver.  Silver Lea,', (ia.lena Farm. I' Dcvrt.ii.  ASSESSMKNTS. I  Julv is���Stirprise fr. .Ii-hov.t i'r, Corncraeker :  fr. Summit fi. I'.ird fr. la Arabia.. V-ut Bet,,  Henrietta. Twickenham, I-'ariiiLrdon. :'U- - -Kit/,. -.  Staulev. Silver Tip. N'e.v Elistland. Irehoid, Scot- :  land; I'lalilax I'r. Sphinx fr. -U Kelso, l'lioen'.;. ;  2:t���Uappv Delivers-. l'I -Ve-a. Thursday if. '  2;',--Sauta'-,ia. .May IS. Ilattie 10. Duiidei.', Hazard, j  2i-i-���Michigan. Copp'-i' Kiue, Gccau Queen, l-'airv ',agents in (lefciice of the cruel practices  (Jue-n. Euu-.rald. lltibv. lilade,  Ked'Star.  L'lyh i    - , ...  Ho.-k.   Wockin-rnam. 'Capital,  Mas   l(. Bristol. ; there.     Ihe  agent   Moray  says:   ".Ihe  Commander. C I' K.    -'7--Coii(lor.!, Corliss fr. Le ; reiH.Hj(,n ���f t|ie Molilalia region is   due  receive their share of the ensuing-  commerce.  It is not only China that suffers the  pangs of an attempt, to establish a  ���'good government " The map of the  world is spotted with the Mood of the  weaker people who are, the subject* of  the great civilizing races Poor little  Belgium lias not the national importance, to lloat a first-class war ship���but  she can "assimilate." in the. most im  proved manner The Petit Bleu, of  BrusseJs, thus protests against the inhumanity of the business men of that  country who have "become invested in  Congo investments."  .. The rise of the Btiudja tribes against  the Congo-authorities was caused by  Belgian tyranny. Hundreds of men  died   with   Lothario,  and   other   Congo  of his bond. The Canadian Pacific!  Mining Company, in which this capita! j  is interested, is spending a large J  amount of money developing claims at I  the niouth of Woodbury creek. It is  ���about to put in a s^o.Onn compressor  and hoist and may spend a quarter oca j  million dollars sinkino- a shaft "2.50C feet j  deep.  Tin-;   snur.K.VNKKS.  .Mo-.r, Union   fr.     -'s - H.istin-s,   K en  fr.    .'i'> - I!facie. A left. Aiiyii-t I-lower.  Heather  TKANSI-'KHS.  .July 1-S���Oarnpoiv. ',- <-' Gales to N Atck'iaii and  C II Richardson..Iu!y I,-,. \;j?,       :-.'.   .  Keewatis. \. A Leinieux to .1 Weeks, $7">.  l!)--Trov, all. Mark Maulev to .V,-L McLean,  JelV.l!).  solely '.o the cruelly with which the  natives are .treated. Rubber is the  booty of the white invader now. If, in  a village of lob inhabitants- able to  work, only ;">(>  appear with the require.!  st Helena, L.M Kuowlesto A L McLean, July'! amount of rubber, soldiers  are sent to  INfcfl- j kill the other oil    The so-called  'loval'  80���Xoiir-e of unit  entered bv   Fisher  Maiden    ,,   ���- ,   ���      <���   , . ���      ,  V,  Co    a-.iuse.    Wehb.    .McLean.  M.anlev    and [ ��atives are  u.seo  to   fight  against  the  Knowies. in which  the tide, to Troy  and  ^ j'disloval,'and as all are  man-eaters,   it  Helena is ijuesuoned, oily i's. ���  AiiToement re. Hartn v Group of claims. J D | '* easy to reward the  loyalist*  by   pro-  Mc Master lo A II Bliitnenaiier el al, Nov l'S, is;,;,. I n|is(,s  ()f   foastH   Oil   the   corpses   of   the  ! slam."  slocan   eiTV   division.  I.OCA ,'lo.vs.  -Julv I'���Ki" Lira  de. Kohsou ek, M Isaacson.  Buffalo, same. \V E Xevvinan.  K-ichcster. 3anie. S G Jackson.  Eva, Sprinser ek, M Heokman.  10���Grccnbill, Lemon ck, R A Bmdshaw.  12���May. and'n f Lemon, J Hull.  13��� Empire, Lemon ck,G Xichol.  Ki���Trebelli, Cedar ck, DC Robertson.  Stockton   Lemon ck, S Kilcy.  1!>��� Highland Mary, Slocan lake, Thus Luke.  Golden' Kins, same. W E Xoblo.  E It. Lemon ck, J Law.  20���Liberty, -Cedar  ek,   A   Brodman  and  E F  - Dickinson.  Last Hope. Lemon ck, A Brodman.  Le Roi, same, J Campbell.  PlunK-er, Springier ck, J A McKinnon.  ASSESSMKNTS.  July !)-Quinte. Maryland. Munition. Mi.ijavo.  Jinnie, Hamilton, Silver Star fr. Maple Leaf, X  L C R, Porcupine. 10���Gatineiiu. Simcoo, Hiph  Ore. Danube. 11���Look Out N'uS. !l'���Reform,  U and I, Three Guardsmen. Clipper. 1J���  Spinster. Lucky Jim fr, Black Jack. Id���Louise  fr, Rita, (two vears), F L 0, Time, Morris, Bryn.  Bos well i'r, Katie] Rosebud. Teller, Leadville,  Col Sellers, Miicdoiina, Kathleen.   Moniim��iit fr  ! Another continental |iaper is author-  j ity for the following deposition:  I Congo State. District Bengala: Before  i me, agenr, of the Antwerp Trading  j Society, appeared at Mendika, the ser-  j geants Massamhoko and Mulando, and  ���the privates Mutuaua and Ponpo, all of  | the station of Mandika, who swore as  \ follows:  '"White man I We have returned  from the war. We marched 3o hours  distance with the white man Imele  (Van Eyken). He ordered us to enter  the village, to see if the inhabitants had  gathered enough rubber. If they had  not, they were to kill them, in one  village we told him we had fulfilled his  orders. He told us we had uot done  enough.' He told us to cut up the men,  placing the pieces on poles;   the  bodies  Perle, Bright Light. Ida  w.   17-Dixie.    18���   ot   women and children we were to put  Huntingdon,   Cornwall,   Boissevalu,    Portland.! ,. ���   , , .     ..        .  Native Silver fr. Golden Sun.   ao-Oolilen Gate. ! on !i h'.^ scaffoul in the shaite of a cross.  Alta Vista, R A,   i/  Greenwood.  ���ritA-NSKHHS.  July 10���Monument: Xo .'!,   \, J   Dtthamel   to  A  Po\rys.  lii ���Empire, G N'icliol lo S J Curry.  IK���Silver Bull, .'. t: Eairbriru  to  A.   Wild.-.   !' ,  AltalTer. and C Mc.Vieliol.   Same.  \. ro  B   ICiu-c-j hands chopped off   because  hone. I  Manniliceiii. "..-Hid Ida. ,.   I Robinson   t  Des rosters.  J   Ii  AIXSWORTH    1)1 VISIO.N  A, Prances  M, Deadwood. j Returning  through   N'Dobe  we found  ' all the natives   treated  like   that.    We  swear this is true."  Other reports, says the, Peoria Herald.  state  "that  the. natives have, had their  they  failed  to furnish the required amount of ruh-  j her, and these acts of brutality are  j attributed alike to French, English and  | Belgian officers, the only difference  be-  ing- that while, the Belgian denounce  '! the, outrages the French and English  | organs exercise, patriotic prudence, in  ; not making the '.-rimes public.''  ! The executive heads of the civilized  ! Christian governments of to-day are  ] doing in the name of God and coni-  i merce, what Philip 1 of epain did in the  i name of God and geographical knmv-  I ledge.    The  armies  of  the  Christians  LOCATIONS.  July 17��� Ellen. Be,l Trap ek, M rs Robinson.  Jim" Hill, Fish Lake. J s Parker.  18���milestone. Lvle ck. Til Procter,  Mountain Daisy. Fish lake. 11 McDonald.  Gambler. Kaslo ck. T Adam<.  Boster, same. (4 Adams.  1:2���Colonial, Duncan river, F B Mills.  Central and Give, l)uue;oi river. A Abramson  111���Hiit'kletierrie.s-or-no-hreakfu.sl.   Woodburv  ck, J.f Scott.  Nellie Moore, Kaslo ck, J Brown.  Great Northern. Kemp Sprites. T Clark.  Dewey..same. M Launter.  Grav Eiiirle. Kaslo ck, E .Johnson. ' . ��� .,     .     ,-,. , ,  Tii--.'ui:i.s' Harrv.  Woo.ihurv ek. T I >a vidson ! > (l h;i V(-flK"'' ctzzaros,  Aniagros  and  "May ^Id^water Basin, J Carseaddle- i <--����te^s and the   heart's   blood   of   mil-  id���Xeversweat fr. Jackson   Basin,  '1  srifT.  i  21--Franklin, Canyon ek, F E Xivin.  Orion, Jackson ek, A Schiller.  'I'riple Alliance. .Johnson Basin, ./ Hill.  White Grouse, same. W J MoMorris.  J.'i���London, Howser lal<e. J B Houson.  Gonibination . same, r;_ Y-nnm'.  Atlantic. Meadow clC < i IJorall.  Oneir.i. Hamilton ck, W L McLaughlin.  t\itnberly, nwof Kaslo. R McPherson.  ASSKSSMKNTP.  F f-;os. i lions  will   he  sacrificed  to  greed   and  I avarice.  WHOA,    K.VLL!  An old man in Georgia, named .lack  Baldwin, says the Atlanta Journal,  having lost his hat in a dry well,hitched  a rope to a stump and let himself down,  named   Neal    came  11 ���Eflie.    1'i--Snowdrift. 17 ��� Lucky Bob, SuI- ! A     wicked    joshoi  tan, Suti'lu v Sun.     is ���Biy  Bertha.   Enterprise.'1    , . ' , .    , ,  . ...  Ro kslid.     in silver Glance Summit Queen, ! along just then. and. quietlv  detaching   has. been   forwarded   to   Victoria   from  Julffr. savannah. Kh^luorv. v^Hso'' \ a bt(11 {�����  Baldwin's  old   blind   horse.   Ohilla and surrounding camp  British  Empire,  siiv.r  Queen.   Eclipse.   Rio ! approached ! he well. bell in hand,   and!     Suodgrass'sawmill  is  being  erected  Tinio.  Great  Hop.;   Cnamois     21 -Oold  BiiK. j , tiimio-l,r 11���. I ;lt lll<' mouth of Cedar creek, about two  ��r.idys.   Sec   ml     trial.      2.1��� keystone.   Etna. I oegan io iing-a-iuig .     -i��U K clioug lit I lie  Summit Camp, Simiikameen ��� We  are camped on the summit of the big-  divide that reaches up from the Kere-  ine.os vailey and extends westward for  many'miles, nearly to Princeton. Here  if is cold and the. wind rather obtrusive,  but on the. whole the climatic conditions  are bracing and healthful. Fancy yourself walking over ten feet of snow in  the middle of .Inly I This has been one  of my experiences lately. But the snow  is only to he found in the gulches or  "���draw's" on rhe north side of the mountains, and in many instances remains  until next winter's '"beautiful" covers it  over like a clean tablecloth hiding a  dirty kitchen table.  The summit of this divide, or rather  the many summits, cover's an immense  area,and exhibits many divergent characteristics. Standing on one of these  highest points one sees dense,,fpre.sk  lands heavily timbered with pine, fir,  spruce, and balsam fir: miles of dead  trees lying thickly piled on each other,  as if they were the victims of a sudden  tornado, stripped of every vestige of  bark and glistening white in the glaring  sunlight, acres of long green waving  grass on which a host of cattle could bo  fattened, and beautiful park lands with  hare swards dotted with clumps of lirs.  lend a charm to the foreground of a  mighty panorama. Far. far in the distance', to the south, west, north and  east, forming a complete circle to t-i'e  picture, there rises the snowclad peaks  of- mountain ranges that seem to he  much higher than those, nearer at hand.  These peaks may be luO miles away.  They may be more. The eye cannot  measure such an expanse accurately.  The formation is granito, with lime  nowand again Immense iron capping*-  tire distinguished on nearly every lull  and mountain in sight by deep red  splashes. These red bluffs are really  the outeroppings of huge mineral  bodies. In all the instances that have  come under my notice so far, good  copper lias been exposed by the first  shot in these red cappings. And besides these copper bodies there are  veins of the white arsenical iron which  carries such high gold values in this  district On the Micke.l Plate mine,  which can be seen from this point, being about four miles south-west.samples  of this iron have given values of S'iOu  per ton. These leads are not vary  largo, averaging between two feet and  four feet in width, hut the copper leads  are immense. I have seen them opened  for l-2 feet and no wall in sight, and  from surface, indications most of them  will be well nigh 100 feet wide.  Mr. Uodgers, superintendent of the  Nickel Plate, has surveyed the Kere-  nieos creek route for a wagon road and  found an excellent grade, and although  that is the, longest way about, it is by  far the. best route, the other creeks are  much steepen-. -This road will bring a  great deal of business to Olalla. which  will be a thriving town at no distant  date.  The, C. P. R. survey also went up  Keremeos creek and found a most  feasible grade to the summit. As the  Nickel Plate people, want to get in  heavy machinery and have a lot of high  grade ore ready for shipment, it is. very  probable that the wagon   road   will   be  To my Friends in the  As I have, just returned from a Purchasing Trip in ^ie East, I  hiii prepared to show you all the latest Up-to-Dute goods.  Qualityand Prices gtiHt-anteed to be rig-lit, and  All the Latest Diamond  Jewelery  Cheaper than  any place  in Canada.  The Famous EARN' PIAXG The STEAEX'S BIOVOLES The RAYMOND  SEWING .MACHINE The DOMESTIC. WHITE, STANDARD, and WHEELER  & WILSON SEWING  MACHINES. Urooehes,   ICurings,   P.racelofs,   Curt"  Links, Watelu-s, Chains, Xeekli-ls, Sfiirf I'iim, !tintr<. Latest, Sterling  Silver Novelties. Brush,--;. Combs. Mirrors. Manicure Sets, Toilet Bottles, Powder  Boxes, Shoe Horns, Button Hooks, Pai-nlii;,' Bulls, Etc.  We sire he.a 'cpin.rtors I'm- Meriden Silver Plale Ware, and Roger's "1*17" Flat  Ware. We mIsoiviitv a full line, of I'hi no and Table Lamps, Brass Goods, Fire-place.  li\ltires. Bar Supplier ami other tilings too numerous to iueiili,ni. Call and inspect  mv sloclc.       No'troiibh-lo show i:-iodsat  \j      /fo-Ail mailorder-  H   careful at ;ent,iou.  ���ceivc prompt and  VII watch ri-iiairini:- -^uaraiitee.-l.   1  JACOB DOVER'S,  "TUB JEWELER," Nelson, li. C.  1  3K5 SS2K3K3CS2K3KS  OONDKNSKD AD^.  [Condensed adverl-somenls, such as ForS.de,  AV-TTiiivd. Lost, Strayed, Stolen, Births, Deaths.  Marriages. Personal. Hotels. Lewil. Medical,etc.  are inserted when not exceeding -'0 words tor  L'a cents each insertion. Each live words or less  over ���������' words a re live cents addiii-Mial.]  PHYSICIAN,  HOSPITAL    J'Oll    LADIES  Best of care.    Dr.  Bertha   Wardruno  No.  Brown St.; Phone, North 771; Spokan.  piMVATJ-.  Wash.  SURVEYORS.  | M. M'Gk'EGOR, li. A.Sc.. Provincial Land  cj ��� Surveyor.and -Minim,' Engineer. Slocan.  B. C.   Correspondence, solicited.  A.  \\. HEYLAND,   Eiijuneor mid Provincial  amd Survevor.  TDIR/CTGS.  \IT     I.'".   TKETZKL   * CO..    Nelson,    B.C..  TV  .    Dealers in a I! Dru-s  ai  ml  Assavcrs' Sup  plies  MiiiTLer-a-l  Waters.  1,11 liST-CLASS     A1SUATJK  ;    Thorne & Co., Ltd., soli- tif>-.  Water, Nelson  V IS It AT K 1>     W A Tli KS,  cuts for Italevon  TAILORS,  JU.    CAHUSKON,   Sandon,   Maiiufaetures  .   Clothing to order:   and  solicits palroua^e  from all classes.  Brewers of Fine Lager Beer and Porter���the best"in the land.    Correspondence solicited.    Address���  R. REISTERER & CO., Nelson, B.C.  HEAVY   AND   SHELF  NELSON, B.C.  Coal, Iron,  Steel, Blowers,  Water Motors,  Trnax Ore Cars,  Ore Buckets,  Rails, Belting*,  Packing,  Wire Rope.  Tin and Sheet  Iron Workers  KASLO, B.C. SANDON, B. G.  Fi-iAits & Confectionery.  A.   M(d)0\ALl),  Madden Blhek. Nelson;  G. li. Chocolates,   Ilife'li  Fine.-!; Ice Cream Parlor  ��' .    Fruits. Ice Cream. G. li. (Jhocotales,   llii,di  Grade Confeclioncr  in Kootenay.  BOOTS &: SHOES.  re ever  oods olitainablc  rlliMK    liliOS.,   Nelson,   are ever  in  the  ;   front with the bust line of  in their line of business.  Wholesale    Ivler-olaa.iats.  CJHIKK1N   &   <-().  J     V.   fill  meats, butler and etru-s.  Front St..  Nelson,  provisions,   euri-d  'jiITUNKi:,    GJOETOX    A    CO.,   Wholesale  I     Me.rcliauts-and fni)ioricrs;   Licitiors. t'ifrars  audi: ���        -- ���  and L  TOI  f)    h  aud .Dry Goods.     Nelson,   Vancouvei-,   Victoria,  and London, Eni:'  OltX     CIIO I', DITCH    &     CO.,      Nelson,  mporters, Wholesale Grocers and Provision  Merchants.  Aic household words in Kootenay. They luivo  retail shops in nearly every camp of Boundary  and Kootenay, and wholesale shops tit Nelson,  Rossland, Vancouver and other favorable points.  They are now showing at their many shops the  ���finest line of steaks and other mear productions  ever exhibited in. this land of mountains, By  buvinc- from them von will alwa.vs have food  that will appease your ^astronomical desires  and render unto your 'physical anatomy the  strenoth so necessasv to keep in the front  wherever force and power are essential.  I^EChA-Li.  "371     L.   CIMtlSTIK,  L. I.,.  It.,   Harrisier,  So-  r .    lieifor.   No-ary  .Public     Sandon,   .13.   C.  Every Friday tit Silvcrto...  If  ML.   (!I![M5IKTT,   I,.   I,.    I',.,   llarristef,  .    Solicitor. Notary Public.     .Sandon. B. C  Hraneh Ollice at New Denver e.vcrv Saturdav.  HOTELS.  'VUK I/KLAND UOUSK, Nakusii. J!. C.  .1 provides ��ood acconiuiedations for travelers.  A!its. McDolKiAl.n.  couniieiH'C.d i'ortliwitli.    The, more, so ;t.s  ;i largely siyncd petition   for   tlie   sa-ine  r|MI.I-:   AKLINCJTOX   HOTKL,   Slocan City.  I     is bcadi|iiarters for Mining and Commercial  Men.   CKTlllXC & Hkxdkhsox.  ?OR   SALE.  t     DWKM.rNCi   AND   TWO  LOTS in New  ./\    Denver.    .-Vjiply al Tut: Lkdck Oflice.    If  fjMII-:    'PAYSTREAK'     ItlJILDrNO     ..nd  I     lot in Sandon.    Address, T��K   Lkiick.  New  ! KVIOItAL  THOUSAND ..Id newspapers, at  *   Tin-: Li-aifiio.  California  ��� NELSON, B.C.  ASLO HOTEL  Family & Commercial.  sale  ers in  m-  arge  And  Comfortable  Rooms  Golden Eau-le,  Prince  Edward.     l'I ���HE'  Fr  lion.   Northwest.   Etna   Hell,  (,'annuck.   Marble-  head. Iron woo d. P'-rk. L' I.  ���rilANSKKIiS.  .July --.-Etlic all, T It D,-i vi-y to (:i McCartney.  II���Joe fr, A W Sieii-.-l t-i Silver 'J'ipMuirCo.  l'I --Dtinii-1. S Millieuton t,, ,.\ and T F Adams.  Mtlf.ird St ir an I li-iid-:er    Hill.   \   each.   O An  il (I  inrsc was cninni"-. ami said  llane  miles  nort-li   '<(  (Mall:,,   tin;   boiler   and  j ('.limine iiavo arrived and it. is   expected  FR.i3srTiiNra-.  Choice Wines j  ana   r rag ran i I convenience.   Special protec-  j tion against tire.   Rates $2.50  j and $3 per day.  igars  :theold blind horse.; he's eominir tliisifliat ininber will lie obtainable some  way, sure, and lie ain't, got no more j time duriiii: tlie next-two weeks (I rouse  sense   than    to   I'all  in   on   ,m,_\\-|10,.t! M't-e iilentiful and deer are seen now and  Ball!"    The sound caine. closer.   "(Jrem  Jerusalem ! the old   blind   foul   will   lie  Write for Prices.  /"t|\   ION V K LOP US,   with viutr name  alidad-  f.M.J    (Ire** itriuted thereon, 'sent to any address   qu,, gto(,k  ig. ,.|lc [^[.o-egf; jn  Kootenay  ir ."(i cents.   Tin-: Lkdck. New Denver.  COCKLE &  PAPWORTH,  Proprietors.  ! then ���I.V. W. Norl  lev  ���r<oti t... A and '!' !���' A n���!��� -r-; in.  l\-i-.tee:a\   I',,-1!--.  !-'-.   \   W (-ritt..-ii leu    P  .1   li-  ritrht on ton oi'  in:  Chief.  A    F  DLASPHKM V.  I'i rlinent    Keniurk^    < on ce in i ii)?  1 he   War on   ('li inn .  I .ipciiinot i v<i i'-reiin-'ii s .Magazine.:  Net 1'ini: since tin- day> oi' Hernando  (.'iirtez and i'"ranci-ci) 1'izzaro ha��o. the  eivili/.eii nations cxhihitcd such a vora-  cioit- itniio-cr for tin1 commercial conquest ������] -,iai;-ans. 'I'he "cruss ami the  sword'; "I t||i- Spanish eivilizers a re I  just as aj'parent in China a> in Peru or  Me\ ;c" :lve i;<*iitiiries a^-o.     \!issioua ries  in a iniiiii-- W'lto.-i.  !-!ail-\Vlioa. Ball!" Neal kicked a  little, dirt on .lack's head, and .lack  hi-jan to 11ray. ''Oh. Lord, have iie-rey  on ��� whoa. Hal! i- a poor sinner: - I'm  li'one ii'iw--whoa, I'all ' -()ur I'at-lier  wlin art in ��� whoa. Hall !��� hallowed be  thy���-���(,.,.. Hall! tree ! wlmt'll I doy~-  name Now ! lay me down to si���o-e.e.  Hall! i .1 ust then in fell more <liri .'���' (in.  I .ord. if you ever intended to do anything for nio���ba;-k. Hall! whoa! ���thy  kinsidoui eoiiH1 ���<i"('-e, Hall!���(Hi, Lord,  i.voii know I was baptised in Smith's  tin ��� whoa.  Hall!���ho! up! uiur-  Williaius has melons on ihe road to.  New I'lt'iiver wliieli will be niiicli up.;  prcciated upon their arrival by the.  lovers of crimson, mellow sweetness.!  Yuni !  vuin !  Wlien ir NKLSON see our  MLNT   IS   I'l'-To-DAT!-:  IN   ALL   STVLIvS   AND  ['KICKS.  . Irvine & Co.,  NELSON, B. C  aiii.LiNi-:i:v���a  LA'rLS'r     STVi  LOWLST  I'UK  nut  der!" Neal eciiild lioid in no longer,  and shouted a laii.yh which miolit have,  been heard two miles, which was as far  as .Lick chased him when he o-(,t out.  E. SKINNKIt, Tailor  Fred. J. Squire,  .Manager.  an- si-nt to 'hina to overthrow the,  chun-h of state- ainl save rhe souls of  heathen-,. T:icm* 'neat hens, as all poo-pie  have always done, are willing- to kill the  name of their deity, even thouo). -heir  deities be of wood and brass.  It is said that those   whom   tlie  ^'ods  destroy   'he\    tirst   make   mad.     The! An important cash deal   has   jiu?l  civilized nations have made thv Chinese ! put tlifmo-ii hy   (.'harh;s Cjtldwell  The  W Ilini'.v   Crci-li   Mine*.  Wo.iilbury creek, on Kootenay   lake,  is rhe scene of   much   niiiiini>-  activity.  >een  Me  se  j   Aylwin  pa "���ana mad. -mo  will   new   proceed   to | lias purchased the I'ontiac and   Tecum-:  destroy thorn���besides look at the i^reat : sell   claims   on   behalf of .J. I). Chaplin  opportunif-  '���> -"<tend our commerce        and K. I.   Sawyer of Toronto     Chaplin,  What C'v;'t/'"i people, call   tlie   "box- ' i" "tie of tin- largest shareholders in tlie.;  ers.''   a-e  i-.-<*>'i^'ss the "parrots."   rhe , i:-r   '���'���iCariboo, Deer Trail and   Ron-'GreOrgO   Aylwill  This hotel is near the Enterprise, on Ten Mile creek, and  convenient to travelers to  .itid from Camp Mansfield  ind Smutrtrlec mine.  Why send Kast for your Dry Goods when you can purchase from us and have them by next day's mail, at  prices AS LOW, IF NOT LOWKK, than the Departmental Stores of the Kast? We have one of the  largest stocks-iii all departments in the West���Muttons, Sheetings, Linens. Dress Goods,"Silks, White-  wear, Corsets.  Gloves,   Ready-made  Shirts,   Costumes,   Carpets,   Floor oilcloths, Linoleums, Curtains.  Window Shades, Etc.        Write for Samples and Our Prices.  SOLE A��'iKXTR  FOR  BLTTEKICK  PATERNS,  THK ONLY RELIABLE.  Fred. Irvine & Co.,  NELSON, B. C.  SMW* &�����*&<&�����  MEN'S    ELRNISHINGS  A SPECIALTY.

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