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Array /-s.  /Ocr--^'/n^A-t^f d-*^tr<-  S/.  Volume VII.  No.  4'i.  NEW DENVER, R f;., JULY 20. 1000.  Price, $2.00 Year  ixr    i  \dvax<;k  K^ftf^tf/^JJT^S af���r   s^ndinu  a   week in  ���syj . **}! New Denver.   I hoy completed arrange  c*3  S3  Camp Gossip Concentrated .i'm  Paid-Up Subcor  the Benefit of the  ier.  CM  <Y-��  '*w  incuts  i  whilo    Sic  lor   operating   the1  nluey''.in a larger scale   than hereto  fore;  made a payment on the. property,  and wont nway v ell pleased  Robert < loeirge If eiidersnn met with a  pleasant fate- the other day in Nelson,  lie married Miss Cora 'Stanton    Georg :  m^(i$m��s��&x as s>s SBasssaso��^ | %z::' TXt^'^^t  JUMNi'l' AKOMSli    NKW     OIRNVJ:!:.  Sl.OClN      UINiOKA t.     I'l.il.Vr  A     lirii'f ':Synopsis   ol'    (lie    Work     i'.v'iuy,  I'ul  on   Silv>".-   M ouiitii in   I'cojx'ii ics.  Since,  the   extensive   development   of j  li."   liartney,    Marion   and    California!  i,  ''he Fisher Maiden iiasheen rcstaked. i year  Tiie Moll\- Gibson is shipping' -10,tons  of ore a week.  i  Ceil, .liiii McN'aiight is expected ���in the j  Slocan shortly.  Activity  he ran tin' Sloc-an hotel in New Denver  j until it was obliterated by lire...   Of late  inocl'd yon no- man, and one; of th  moral of all the pioneers. II  e\-eii'y promise of living a louu' life of  merit an I usefulness, but tlie- fates  would not have it that way. Drifting  lo California, he became: -engaged to a  very   estimable   young-   lady  ���"V  'J I  Death i ��:>  rlainieil her, and the shock was so | r'3^  great to Alhm that he  somrht  surcease. I ����  4-*   i~  i T'! P Q  L^-  S3  yji.ii i he same old partner, lie I  iias conducted the ,-\ rliugt.ein hotel at I  Slocan City.     (ton rye has man y friends i  liwsw Retrained,  at the' Old   Stand,  with   the  Outlook Favorable for Doing Comethin  of sorrow in the   stimulation   of  drugs, I c**.S ^.  anel dually became a   Impels   slave lo j ^/SSfS^S^S^S^ 8/3 %m&&$^2^%&&  cocaine,.     on the hank of a river in the j  Similikiineem theother.lav ids bodv wasi      Victoria.   Juiy   -J] -.'Special   rr.rres-  j poiidenco ol Tut: Tannic.!���:A!thougti  Thursday last witnessed the formal  opening of the House, the real business  lomid, and it is  insane by drug;  bv suicide.  supposed' that.  i, lie   ended   his  driven  misery  .iiueii   mining  11 at the Chap!  mines by strong companies,   there   has  been a "Tent amount of work put   upon i  other  prospects   on   Silver   Mountain.! from Whitewater.  ���with the result   that   that   groat,   hill   is j     The. io stamp mi  fast, becoming the cemfre   of  attraction i |0 ;���. |)nji( ;n once.  t,^,'iiuin:r men and prospective buyers. I      ,  , ���     ,    ,���       , , .    :  '       ' ,        ��� !     A ninefv-looi iim.iiel is  1  Lvery bit ol work thai has been pun  uponthe properties there in a sensible'  maimer has given good results, and it j  has   been    demonstrated    beyond    thej  i-eported  eplean is  in Ihe  ids hri  UC'SS.  aiena belt;   who.wish   him   aiid  e .-'. long life of un.-'Jloyed happi-  : > o   \v5  if v.  Mr,  ming  driver  on the Condor group.  The 1 iOiie Star, on Hume, c-ree  nas  neon  is i  Dan  Mci'h  struck  the Ie;  The  Last  i 11H ��� 1 u ��� e  1 last I-  So.Ooo  The  (Jo In ne  shadow,   of   a   doubt   that    all   tha  necessary to make shipping  mir.es  oui  of the. minusnuis proiiiisiny i>ros|iecis i,>.  ]iract.ical work,   and   a   reasonable   c'.v-  pe.iidituri' of time ami money.    This  is  beiny done,   this   season   in   a   manner  moreC systeMiiatii-   am!   extensive,   than  eve-r before, and it is only a question of  a short time when New Denver will lie j , 0f,-(.(,   C.1V(.  able to boast of  shipping-  mines  at   its  back door that will  compare,   favorably  with such producers as the Slocan   Star  and    Payne       Development    work    is  pro vino- this beyond questiem.  The Bosun, liartney, Marion and  California are workiuir steadily, produc-  ino- ore anil pushing development work.  The Bosun is making its regular weekly  shipments, and the other properties  named will be prepared to etc likewise  as soon as the, way-eiii roael up Silver  Mountain is built. This will not be  lon<4- if our representative, Mr. Green,  is forciful euoug-h to stir up the ��'oveni-  uient to recognize the preissin.i;- need of  the road. In the meantime the properties will push ahead development and  o-et iu position to take out. the ore when  shipping' facilities are better.  The  Kclipse.  The owners of  the   Eclipse   started  work   last   week   in  the old   workings  abandoned by H. T. Bragdon   when  he  had the property under  bond   some   IS  months   ago.    A   crosscut   tunned   was  driven to catch the lead by Mr Bra��'don  and drifting' on the ledge was continued  some   distance   before   the   bond   was  thrown up.    Duly zinc was encountered.  Messrs.  Allan,  Corey & Ward  started  last week to push the drift ahead,  and  had not driven more than two feet when  galena came into the face.    They  have  now a good ore shoot  showing  in   this  drift.    The ore. showing on the  surface  ie 8 inches in thickness.    The drift taps  the shoot at a depth of I GO feet,  and  at  this depth the showing is much   better.  The. ledge was crosscut  at  this  depth  and proved   to   be  about,  :���)">   feet   from  wall   to   wall   with   zinc   and   galena  scattered through il.  OiKM'ii   Oily.  Thompson & Mitchell are doing  assessment work em the Queen. City,  situated just west of the Sinfi group,  where they maile the rich strike of  ch-aii ore some time ago They will  resume work on the Sinfi in a short  time.  Tin' c. p. it.  Enough work to secure a crown grant  is being put upon the C. P. K. by Wm. j  Mcldruin for the co-owners. A strong  quart/ ledge with well defined walls  and everv indication of ore corning in  is being opened up by tunnel and open  cutting.  <i Tli<; Noi'l.hei'ii Iviplil,.  The owners of the Northern Light  group, situated about, half a mile below  the glacier, opposite New Denver, are  doing considerable surface work on the  ledge. Surface assays give values in  gold, copper and silver.  Tin' Ni-'glct'ttMi.  Surface, work is now being pushed on  the Neglected, to exploit the ledge for  surface outcropping of ore farther up  the hill from the lake, shore.  Qui'i'ii   .''ruction.  Another strike, of e-lean ore is reported  from the Queen !���'ruction, situat'ed on  the lake shore west of the Galena Farm.  londe'd to W. 0. Adams.  M'uinpfon,   on   Spi-burer   c-nvk,  t.l'CCI!     l'l'.'>llliS4'-��    III    'Jcl     !<  i'i- .li.l   i'\��;-   I'l.iidic.  hiiuro  'iiii'ii! *.  Cast  \\  attended  o  i  eiim.'Siiay   evening   a   largoS  .uiblic meeting  ol't'io citi/.en.-  Deuver   was  held   in   (1  npton,   on   .springer   ci  | shipped three Ions of ore last week  lei-son   and   piiiiners   ha\'e  ead on the Young Bear.  Chance ''ore   house'    was  rielay. entail in 2' a   loss  of  ever :  !'   !��  'SI'MIM.K  .HKANS   OK  FHi'IiTINO  KJi'.i-:.  ' !  ''Ouly the closest .'i.tfention on rlie!  part of the householders, aided by lawn ,  hose and bucket "oriirades, saved a town j  from being reduced to ruins," Such is i  a :-enle.uce from tlie press report of the!  fierce ,'ire in (,'os.sitr Brothers' implement j  factory and other pj-operties at Brock-!  vibe, mi Sunday,, where ���:5.:!00,0on to,  i?;10':.),ono damage was don-". in thej  great lire at New York harbor, last |  week, where  IvW   lives   were-   lost,   audi  in    proportion.     Capital   was   pouring,  into the new camp and Virginia City-, a  small <;ainii a in o rig- the  sagebrush   and  .-���and. began to assume the.  proportions  j of. the session will not   commence   until ��� of  a   great   city,   with a   population   of  i the address in reply to the   speech from ! Mo.i.'OOor more.   Tlie excitement reached  j the throne has been   formally -debated. I its zenith when it became  known   that  ; To this   debate every   member  of   the j millions in gold and silver   we're   being  Legislature, usually believes that   he isi extracted'from this strike,    ft is a   fact  bound to contribute,  in   order that  his j that between the,  years   187; >   and   lS'S-2'  to  imlicati  session will take.'" \\\ \Y  wlnit  unusual and dreadful   conditions,   men  with    buckets,  saved    much    property, j  | Testimony to the 'value  of   the  bucket!  Sellers  at  the' head  of  will   he   developed   this  summer.  Part of the machinery has arrived at  the I vanhoo, mill. It wil! be installed  iumiiidiatoly.  Tom Collins has commenced work on  the Mattawa, a Ten Mi  the Dalhousie.  P. MeVicars has bonded a ;,' interest  in the Two Friends. He put a force to  work laid week.  IJ. P. Ritihot, of Victoria, took a look  at the Arlington last week. He is one  of the principal stockholders.  The V. and I. group, on Ten .Mile, is  reported by doe Sanlter as looking very  promising. It is owned principally by  Pete Larsen and C. I). Rand.  Small sacks of ore from the Fairy  Qu��en, on Trout creek, have been sent  to 'Frisco and Swansea for analysis.  The ore carries considerable zinc.  Last week the Wakefield shipped 80  tons and the Vancouver 20 tons to the  Trail amelter. Forty tons of the  Wakelield shipment were concentrates.  At their annual meeting, the Last  Chance Co. elected tha following officers: President, Dr. Hindryx; vice-  president, B. Wilson; secretary, D.  Heap; superintendent, John O'Regan.  O V    T.OC A X.    IN T K It K 8 T.  null, to present ;.; Mr   '. Ireeu  A  the needs of the. town in  the wav of in,- j   , ,. . ,      ,    .        ,  , ,     . -   '       ..    i tnree. ocean liners   with   then-   wharves  provo,men!5, and to  nnpre-s   noon   him , - , ,  . . ' and   wareiiousos   were   burned,   under  the importance o! seeming irovonimon! '  aid in the  matter.      The.   nieejting-   was|  most harmonious   throughout   and  will  ceu'iaiiily   produce  good   results          Gro''u w;i��������� pre.-a'ut ;:iuj listened to tin:!  reading- of tin.' liieanoria! o:'dered drawn  up at tlie e-itizens" iueu-iiug held two'  vy-iei-is ag'o, and circulated by tiie coin-  niii.tec!, petitioning-him to secure government grams for expenditure in and  about Now Denver, aggregating So,Out).  constituent;! mav understand '!  no! a I'ipher in the iialls of state  There is little  ye  couise the  Mciiuie'S   has   a   few  quesfieuis   on   the  order paper, but none of them are suih-  cientiy significant to iinlieute-   any start-  , ling    developments.     Mr.   Martin   told  ; your correspondent on   the  day  of  the  j opening that he   had ��� not the   slightest  is heinie in tlie information  i-1.  intention of offering- factious oiiposi-  tion to the. government, or of nrolou.'r-  further than   was-  ahso-  ot  of  druinintt   ihe    lower   hived  mines,   and    the.    time    produced  genius.      Adolph   Piitro   nro'ecleei  \\rlmn the matter had been presented  Mr.   Green   came  forward   and   briefly  e property near j    , , , ,. .. .. ., ",  1     '       ��� j addressed the meeting.      .He  w.\pressed  hiinself as \'i!i-y much pleased to see the  activity displayed by New Denver, and  promised to do all   iu   his   power  to se-  I euro such grants as were asked for.    In  relation to the   proposed  Silver   Mountain wagon road, lie said he felt certain  that, since the mine  owners  operating  there,   the  prospectors   and   all   other  classes who had interviewed him on the  subject,  wanted   the  road   constructed  from   Nisw   Denver,   the   government  would readily allow the grant asked for  its construction.    He would do what he  could to hasten the work,  and believed  the road would  lie built before snow  Hies.   He was glad to see the properties  on Silver Mountain turning out so well,  and predicted a  very  bright   future for  New Denver.    He further assurred the  meeting that, now that a  strong gov-  erument was in existence, the progress  and prosperity of  the  camp   would   he  greatly advanced.  MINES    OK    THK    IJOUNDAKV.  the   I'resby-  ut   II   a.  in.  Mrs. Lomborgeiy the popular hostess  at the St. .James, is absent on a visit to  Spokane.  Fishing parties are numerous. The  best catches just now are mad�� on the  reel end of the rod.  Nelson has had to re-ordor some of  hi? lines of fishing tackle. Moral���His  tackle catches lish.  Service will be held in  terian church on Sunday  All cordially invited.  The boys and girls of the Band ol  Mope are preparing for a recital to be  given in the near future.  Work has commenced on the residence ol* Chas. Strickland, on Seventh  street opposite ('eorge Aylard's home.  Bourne   Bros,  arc agents on Slocan  lake   for   the   Hamilton    Powder   Co  They are selling dynamite at S'i.oO per  case.  The Clara Mathes Company of comedy  people open in the Bosun Hall this evening. The troupe is highly recommended by the press and people of other  towns.  The jackJeg editor  compliments himself on the  lurid   prospects  that the, future has iu store  for  him.      In  Slocan '  Fnglish, tlie red fish will shortly run upj  Four Mile. j  The thermometer registered On in thej  shade on Saturday. This week the!  mercury has been flirting aroundS'l and |  88. The temperature of the lake water!  close to shore is HS\ !  The railway tunnel on the Snowshoe  is now in over 250 feet.  Ore shipments from the li. C. mine,  in Summit Camp, now aggregate nearly  o.uoo tons.  The ore body was struck   last  Saturday in the Mountain View,   in   Summit  Camp.    The property adjoins the  B. C  mine.  Thej owners of the Golden Eagle, on  the North Fork, received ��21. 57 per ton  net for the car of ore shipped to Trail  recently.  Since finishing' the raise in the west  drift of the War Eagle, whore a splendid ore body was found, work has been  pushed on the east drift, and it is improving iu appearance.  Kenneth P. Matheson is on his way  from Christina lake to the Similkameen  where he will work some properties in  Camp Hedley, on 20-mile creek,in which  lies is interested. This is the camp  where Marcus Daly's famous group, the  Nickle Plate, is being developed.  The Cannonball group, in which Wm.  Yolen Williams, of Phoenix, is interested, has been equipped with machin-  I cry. The properties are located on  Baker creek. Christina lake, and are  showing up well under development.  Others interested are F. P. Buck, of  Sherbrooke. Quebec ; J. VY. Spanieling,  foreman of tho California mine at Rossland, and Ii. Dal by Morkill.of Rossland.  ��� Phoenix Pioneer.  brigade;  one at   itshawa,   and   the  agitation   m  favor of one at Hull, so recently  devas-  jtate.d.  i  The oi'licial rot arm? of the   New  York j  lire commissioners  for   six   consecutive, j  years showed that   out  of   IB.255  fires, j  8, !���"-.:! wei e put out by pails of watetr, ,i I  per cent, of the  whole  number.    More  instances might  easily   he  given,   but  these arc;'quite sul'licient   to   prove,  the  value of such simple means  of  putting  out (ire as barrels or tanks kept  full  of, , ,  ,      .   t .   .      .        ,. .,.    porarv government party,  that  is  water;   bucket brigades,  lor  use  with]'   ,.���'.,... .   "'  these or in cases where a stream or  pond or lake: is available. Small towns  and villages, whose inhabitants think  they cannot afford lire engines or water  works, should form bucket brigades;  and isolated factories or mills, whether  they have other (ire appliances or not,  should have water-buckets and water-  barrels in easily accessible places.  But who n to convince the residents  of towns and villages of the ever present  danger of fire? Who will induce them,  apathetic as the average householder  or merchant is in such matters, to provide even the cheap and simple pail  and cask brigade for the protection of  his property? Public opinion should  be aroused to compel the supply of lire  appliances of some sort in every town,  village and hamlet. Property-owners  should insist that the councillors they  elect should s j,e to the protection of the  residents whom they represent. Who  will deny that it  is  the  duty  of town j  l ui-' the session  j iiiiely    necessary   for   Ihe  despatch   >>\  j public business.    Il   may   therefore   be  i be concluded that   the  session   will   be  over in four or five weeks,  '"'he present govern in cut is regarded  by a large number of members as a  I makeshift, to meet extraordinary con-  I ditions. and quite impossible as a per  | manenf executive. Indeed, it is under-  | stood that the: premier is pledged, a'the  j conclusion of the session, to throw all of  | the portfolios open,  and  allow the teni-  the  anti-Martinifes, to choose their own  ministers.  Cntil this is done there, will be more  or less 'distrust. Dunsmuir might be  accepted, not because of his abilities,  but because his large: vested interests  is a reasonable guarantee that the legislation he: introduces, if not strikingly  original, will at least not be experimental or rash. But Messrs. Eberts  and Turner will never be accepted,  especially by the up-country members,  while, the present incumbent of the  portfolio of permanent secretary is regarded as an utter impossibility as a  Cabinet Minister.  It is a certainty that one of the first  acts of the ex-Premier will be the introduction of some measure which will be  designed to catch the support of those-,  whose support of the government is of  a conditional character, and whose  general principles, are more in accord  with the Martin   platform.    In   this  he  ....    .   , """'���      '.'.,"   will doubtless fail, though  he  mav  be  councils to take measures to protect the , "  i  . in ���.fn   ���. ��� ���     i ,��� -ii     successlu   in pacing  the:  member*   re-  health of then municipalities, especially , ,  , . ���      ��� i     ��� ��� ,. i terred to in an anomalous  position   lie-  when an epidemic exists or a   plague , '  ,,     -T    a    i  ���        ..   !��� '.i ���   J lore the electorate,  approaches?    And is  not  lire,   in   this  country ab  largely   wood-built,   a  con! the   com stock   noiu;.  stant menace? i ___  We need municipal regulation of thej The electrical machinery for the big  erection of buildings in towns, as well! power plant at Ploriston on the, Truckee  us of thtiir fire: appliances. Recall the: j riven- is being' installed and the plant  frightfully dangerous condition of Hull, j will be, completed and the current ready  with   itf-i   rows  upon   rows   of   wooden | to turn on about the. mi Idle: of  Septmn-  papei'   plant  Re mem bat that the Chinese are not  an 'enthusiastic people.1 Thei'' hearts  are not 'easily fired.'   They are  not  prone to outbursts of emotion.    China  moves a�� the glacier rather than as  the   volcano   or   cyclone.     Hut she  moves.    You may defeat her  to-day,  you may defeat her  to-morrow;   you  ,   ,     f. ,     ,,      , ,.    ,,  ,,,, , ' ,    , 1 mav bombard   her  Taku  forts:   vou  ] shannon.    How inanv more tunes  must ; her.     I he most  e-xtensive  paper  plant!  the town be:   burned   over  and   human l in the world   has   been   erected  and   is | i����y even land an army and, march-  beings   burned   to   death,   how    many j now ready for  operation   at   Floris'.on. j niK*   over   tne   'ow-    alluvial,    fertile  other towns must he half-burned   down j The:   power   will   be  derived   from   tlit-j lands of CTiina,   spring   upon   Pekin.  ��1!.1.075,7:'!] were taken out from the  bomiuxa. The. strike was made at the  1 hw-foot level.   'Tlu'.n'caiuethe question  the  the  the.  great tunned known   afterwards   by   his  name.     fho. funnel was started   in   tho  valley of the Carson river and ran  for a  distance of 20,0Is feet in a north-westerly  direction-   when   if   struck  the  Savage  iniinc at a  ele.pfh   of   l.'il-O   feet.    Sui'se-  j quently all   of  the   mines on   the." lode  ; were connected   with   the   tunnel.    Rut  when it was completed the deepest shaft  had reached a. 'depth   of ;],0oo   feet,   so  that, the tunnel was of little, use at  that  time in drain in/;' the mines, but   it   will  ever   remain   as. a   great   engineering  feat, and has been Used for the past two  years, in connection with the hydraulic,  pumping' plant installed by the   Risdon  Iron Works, of San Erancisco. as a discharge point for the water  forced   from  ! he lower levels.  With the advent of the: installation of  electric power it is ardently hoped, and  indeed it is a fair supposition, that the  rich ore at the deeper levels will be  extracted and the difference in the cost  of steam power and electricity is so  great, in favor of the latter, that the  low grade, ores in the upper levels may  be worked to advantage and profit.  That there is yet a great amount of ore  in the old workings is known, and that  there is ore. to the value of hundreds of  millions below the present workings is  the opinion of practical mining men.  As an instance: it may be referred to,  that at the time of the fire in the Consolidated Virginia, rich ore was being  taken from the bonanza, but at that  time the workings were bulk headed  and closed, and hav�� remained so up to  the present.  It ie estimated that the mines of the  Comstock lode have produced, in gold  and silver, nearly .5100.000,000.���'Frisco  Review.  Worei.i of Wil rn ini; ���  before such   perilous  and  conditions   are:   made,   to  liii'.-invifiugj plant  Tuckee   River   Genera! j What   then?      You    have  no   more  cease:''   The j Face-trie-  Company    Bui   the   primary j gained tlie country than by the   cap-  liremen in towns, and the. constables in j object in view is the furnishing of elec-  villages,   could   do   valuable   work,   if j trie    energy    to   the   great   Comstock  mines.    The mining excitement   which  caused the whole world to wonder   wasi       ,    .   ...     ,in,    ..,,   . ,���     .,,       . ,  .  , ,   ,   , I and stab.     I he billows will swirl  up  that of the Comstock   lode,   which   wasi       , .  elotho.el with the proper authority, in  seeing- to the removal of combustible  materials    with   which   hundreds   ami  ture of Boston vou would gain the  United States. It is like macerating  the waves.    You may cut and  slash  thousands  of   dwellings,   outbuildings j discovered in dune  and yards are filled.���Monetary Times. ! the eastern  slope,  of  Mount  Davidson,  Thia is the Off season   for  drv   goods, j 'll��" foiir '"iIr's '" le!1^1' ;|1"' varies in  and bargains are easily obtained if thej w,(lth fm'" :l f"w h'''t t0 a Tarter of a j  right aore is known.    Martin   O'Reilly i ,nil('-     Hie lirst  shipment  of ore:  from |  & Co., in Nelson, are just. the. people:  to I t!l,i lo,!(' W'IS ma,ie lmin tlu' {)V]"r  ��lis- !  ....     ....       ,       |and roll.    It is war upon an   miplac-  So0.    It hes along! ' .,.        ,       .  able onemy, as it assailing the air of  the  clouds.���The late  John   Russell  Young, former Minister of China.  get choice goods  from  it   easy   prices. \ n)v(ll'.v    *'i   '-suo.     Thrrty-e.ight   tons   ofj  They have an immense   stock   of  ,[ress ( (��i'e were shi|iped to .San Francisco, and!  and or,her goods that delight   the   hear!   ^'hen reduced yielded :?1 12.000.  of woman, and   no   lady   should   forego'     '''hen coinmence.el the wildesi   excite-;  \    i;r���i<;iiTi<:r>   tin  j     Dr.   Gesner Allan   was   one   of rhe  J. D. MacMasters  and  associates, of j founders of  the   Miner |in  Nelson    ten  Rochester,    N.   v..  started    homeward, year- ago..  At   that   time ' he  iiie.nf 01   modern   times.  lie  .savage-.  was   a  the pleasure: of looking into their  store.  If the distance is too far to   walk   write/ ""cand Nnrcross,Chollar-Poto.si Gould  to them   for  anything   vou  want.   ;M1d , ���'��"<! Curry. ^ ellow .lacket. Crown Point.  tell them how vou discovered thev were; B<'>*m'.'', ''��!����������';������� ���'"id other discove.ri��-s  ;.-. ���i-,v.(-����,.��� followed in   quick   succession,   and   the  in exi.steiKe.  mines yielded, in the ten   years   folhiw-  i,,l'"ing.   .���?lgo.oiin,uOii.      In    lS7;-i   the   --big  bonanza"   in  the Con>uiidau:d Virginia  Paradlin  wax   for scaling  serve jars at Nulson's Rook  Store. ,  vou i-   pre  and   Dnii!  was .-truck, ami   the   excitement  Mustard ,ceed. cedery seed and turmeric for your pickles at Nelson's Drug  and Rook Store.  Silence is not golden in business.  Talk, and talk loudly and oft"n. if you  want, to make frarle.  During tlie past week the weather in  New Deuiveu- has not contained any  frost. The heat has increased the demand for cooling goods, and Williams-  has been running his ice cream factory  to the limit, while ids patrons cluster  around tiie milk shake battery thick as  ; flies on a raft of siii'iii-. THE LEDGE, XEW DENVER, B.C., JULY 26," 1900.  Seventh Yeah  (   ' <rg. I Under the wash many  A RICH VEIN HIDES.  m PlLGpJNAS  I TEKHRFEET  i    BEWAfcE  Op THE  bo o  Tin-- 1 I'l'O1' j. t wii dollar- :i y'-.f in loiv.'iiM'i'.        When   im!   -ei   (mi'l   b  is -:.' ,'i ' t <> ]>:t it ie-. wurt hy of ,-r<-(lil .    t  ,.-j ., vciir.        |.ru';ii mivi'i-! ir-ini; lui-cni- ii ni'iifiari"! ihi" lir-it  hi-i-r', ho., :, mi '. mill, n  In .-m-Ii >lil m-i|IH'UI iiimo'I koi .     11 f-in 1111 ��� - -  number of the most noted members  of the theatrical profession tendering their services for the event.  M. A. P. lias tlie- following- regarding Mr. McLeay: Mr. Franklin  McLeay is a Simon PureCanadian,  tlie only one on tlie English stage.  His grandfather is a. superannuated  olfteial of the Hudson Bay Company. As a- scholarship man. Mr.  McLeay had four years at Toronto  I'm* versify. Athletics and politics  were his hobbies, and he was a.  politician until he became an actor.  In his own country ho is well  known as ;i famous athlete. Jle  still holds the championship ol" the'  quarter-in ile in intercollegiate'.sports  find litis also cross-country and half-  r.i i mil.a r in u:-. 1'iisirti hake   im'](. medals.     When. Im loft Canada  Sllpl'lliil-   O .   .. 7.   . - .,,-.. i      .-��� ��� ]���  i-nl ii-i.'- :::: ci'iie.- it I hi'-, me! < "in 11����� - s-�� ��� nil 'reive risen tr itnelcr in pr:"i-< :;<-<-urH niu I ������> < -11-< - > j 11 j       ,,; ���  KKI.I.OW   I'l I.Ci KIMS:    Till: f.Kl'<:/': i- Inrnli-J ut  .v-w .iVi, \ ,.-r. li. ('., ;i mi ''.-in l'i' I nii'i'.i ' ii dim II.V | ui r( sol' the oar I It.  I I   I'llllH's   I I)   I ill-  I'l'iilit  Ii wnrks I'm' tlie t riiil  .,   ,.,Tiu'u -Oi v -u ill lai'-i iii'vcr toon rai.'i-'l >,v tlie' -In-rill', -i;.. %v<l j.l.-d l,y t-lioi ]> 'o'Jvi-i'. 'or si; l.<t ,,<���'! I>y tlir fi-iir ol' iii.-m. li works I'm' tlio tr  lil'i/i r -i w.'l'l 'isilm I'li'v-wimliiwi'il anil <-1 i.i 1111 in i.'t ic-(! Jt \i > i-i-i rn pi! a li.it'. 'It iiims lo In- on I In- riteli! si'li- olov. ryi !iin>: a ii< I tcliox-.'s 1 lint h  slmuiil'lM' a.lniinisn.n-.rto il,.- uirknl ii, larne ilnn-s. It Ini.-Hlnmi llu- 1,-1 </ ' biio. ��� in! :o- i;\i-r iucroa^rar ;,:iy*t f.-n k i - |>r....l'l In; i ii  lii.Mc" to (���������II tin- f ru'.b. i ��� voi i if t In- ! vfiis fl'i oi'i-a.-ionally lii' ��� oir siiiiilivsi ark.        A elinli- oi _.;in. work i> ���.viiit-,.,1 ni'i-HMuiially Im- tho ton  lie   was   captain   ol'   the eha-inpiim  Association, football (cam of Am  I';-'.i ica.   ;tnd   also   of   the    1' nive-rsit v  answers to coBBKSPosDEXTs.    j think your paper  would  be  more  i thought  of  if  you  would   not so  1 rail, July IS.      } ruthlessly   criticise   religion,    and  "I see* your brightly-edited paper j have more regard for the" rights of  occasionally,  but  would   prefer to j others.''  have it regularly.     As vou did not i     Ar��� ,,, K1, ,    ,  ���n(. flw,     ���-..,!      r    ,       -?, ., My noble  correspondent   means  get, the  coal   ad,   I   send   you   the      -..   ,    ,-,.,,        / '    .  price. Please try to restrain your I w-elK but' his "thought shaft is not  ardor when speaking of bishops..; {'eeP enough. He, no doubt, goes  Sec what good they have done in j to church every Sunday because it  China..    Trail is buildintr two   lead 1 v- t,]ie custom, but it is a safe gam-  furnaces, and an epidemic of shift'  ble that he has never read the bible  has broken out.     What would you  recommend for each of them? jj't-oaimale. He takes it for granted  expect good advice from you. for : what, the parson tells him, while I  they tell me that New Denver is i do not. I never hire a broker to  eh nek full of ozone." ; g(,t   im.   int()   hviW^    0).   (!o   my  Keep the lead furnaces full of, llhj1lkin��� I deal direct with God  Slocan ore a.nd you will do a heavy; anel save all commissions. My  business. There is no eur<. for: eorrespondent, saysI should have  slulV. except the dink of time. : som(, ,,.������,,] for tin- rights of others.  Manx- remedies have been -tried. ; | |lilV(1> No ,���,,.,-, has more. If a  but invariably the vie-tim relapses! ,���.,,��� WOI)1<1 lliak(. ,, (,(,i(y (>f wy  ,('" until he thinks there is .milling in i,n]ldog. or pray To n,v water barrel  ;''-   I he   world   half   as   big   as n -heart; I ,,',1^,,..  <-i,i,,k    he   was   insane   or  solo.  ,-,...- ;,,i, mi, ,00 ..,,,���. i miv n \'  - ---- easily satisncel .111 religious matters.  ���::^i,:z^u.;;��^  -. ������'-'���������-^'���'-'���:��i,V';:^fev,I:dllorflndnn.nc^    ;M^-y'sa.tnu .an ,���..,,. uuii ,|   .., lv;i(l yiur ]);(|i.(,r wUh ,lv;ii j Itl,)Vi<](,,,,.,,., IlnUvi(lllm>> ,-his  'smooth lace.    Keen   lime   eyes   ami   inp.n.\si. bid  think  f.l��-1--*-   you   often I js  A pi'iic-il er<iss 111 tlli^ i-iinarr-  iiiciie-iitfs Uiat voiu- .-mtM-rip-  t;.ni i.i.tliie. .lint t lint the: i-ilitur  wtslics euice; nj-'aiti to look' at  your i'iiila!i:r,-i.l.  in ('anada \vc arc  so   pure   that  a. the Caplain the inarbh'   hcarf.   be  e-ni'lv bloudr hair.     II is m.-iniier   L  siirht of nafu.v unadorned willgive) cause ho had dared to come   to   his! ��'-^'-'-e��li���gly nnlcl ami amiaUK'.   ami  he is I lie sort of man  who   gets   on  I  I-.  many   fits   or   hysterics.      It  is   a.j house without- an   invitation,   a.nd,  wonder   that   we do not pa-ss a law I announced tin- terrible fact   in   fhei xvit;1' ''ver.Voiu-.     He is an adcpl in "*'''   "'"'''   ."  'papers   the    next  dav.     Now   fhe| 1"��< ^  ���>'"   ���^   ^   ������   ��"   ^    '.        ,J,   'T  .  mar your   hrighlest   work   by   llu  light way in   which   you   treat   the j  Creator.'  more    than   creed   followers   ii  ���A  morion- will do.  iicv are alwavs  prohibiting cows, horses, dogs and  other lower animals from   roaming  around    without   fig   leaves.    The  ftTUKSDAY,   JULY 2.1.   1900.   :,sitfhtof t.]l(JW imlri^lt .H,ilim,Hon,v  fkom THiVKfUTou-s"iTim'kis sto!��k. j ��''<>^icd in nature's garb must be a  -��� j shock to all refined earthly  angels.  The'   kissing   bug   touched    two j ,M)(1 j-o,,,,^,],^,^ should   be   done   in  men in New York   last   week   *t"cl j tlio nui-ttOT b<;foT0 it- is too Ui.t��".  tho men   died.    This   hot   weather ��������� ���^-- ���  insect lit on  a,   Rossland   man   Tlie! -p\ J A        r,he    1)usiliess  other dav and died. ;   UeaCfWOOQ    Hien   in   Cirec  on  m-  wood',-think that  e-anibliiiu   w i  trying to interfere with   (he   rights  J of others, and by so doing (bey arc  lllcn   out-. ji'onst-finMy raising all kinds of he'll.  ���I with   Cod.     I   could   no   more   do jT,l<'.V 1>����1 ��<> n'ght (o ��� uuseUle   the'  ia.[ than a pismire could   sluti'  an  You   think   wrong,   niv   eastern ;  never  tlmttlu. I'l-im-i- of   Wnkis  1W   out-j"!1 �����'"l-"��(;'"-    ;y l.,.l.,���r C!:.,.:!,!..,,!,;,,,,,.     I  �������,-  ���,,������   l.|,,   Lis,   ''"it- i����' Hi",--"!! i- now ���-  ,,���,-  ihi-vini>-    the eiuaint ;tm!   amusing-  ���,iy oir his visi^ Hs,, -"ii;;^;;;^,;;:;,,.;:;,-,;;; ;;���;.,,,,,,;,;;- n,,,,,.,,,���., *��* ������.i ..,���,i, ���.��� ���  ������A .Midsnmnicr   Night's   Dream."  Last year he look a. leading   part  in "Khm; .John."   and won the un-i  |finned   story   in   the   daily    pros'--.  ilinded  humanity   which   have   so jTtl<-'|,(' "*   HDthing   more   intohn-ant  offeui dam[.cncd the universe'   AVit], | ">" the ('hrisl ian   church,   and   if.  ! Moo,| and caused   misery   to   bo   a'!n,.v    ��'����',��,��^l����>"��'K'iit   will     think    a  The Toronto people arc   praying!  for the safety of the missionaries in | GreCHWOOCJ  build"up   their  China.     Perseverance may eventu-'  ally win, although since the world  began    there   is   no   proof  of  the  Creator changing natural cause and  effect in order to suit any   class  of  people.     Rational beings can oasily  see. the  wisdom   of   not  answering  town. and�� are in favor of a, wide  open burg. This is a. mistake.  Gambling produces nothing except  ruin and misery-. It only flourishes  real well in flush times, a.nd Greenwood must be dead,   anel   its  busi-  '* (ncss men   short  on   sense   if  they  prayers.     If they   were   answered.  what a- world this would be !  j;rasp at such a. curse as this to  | make them prosperous. Beyond a  A monument to the memory of I little friendly game, much the same  Robert, Owen is to be erected at his j as we put pepper upon our potatoes,  birth place. Newtown, in Wales', j gambling is one of the greatest evils  Owen was one of the greatest of j of the times. It is a passion that  social reformers and Freethinkers, j makes many a good man ragged.  He has been dead for -1-2 years, butjina.ny a woman despair, and many  'the fruit of his work still lives in j a child go supperless to bed. It  Fngland. He was the founder of! breeds avarice, hatred, theft, niur-  infant schools, and called the firstjder. ruined nerves and wasted  meeting ever held in the. world to! lives. It is ;t crimson curse to any  discuss the eight-hour day. in Man-! community. Professional square  Chester, hi his day he was wor- j gamblers are scarce as a hen tooth-  shipped by tlie laboring people, and j ache, and nearly always broke,  did more io better their condition.! The only reward at gambling is  than a thousand parsons. \ money, and in order to be   rcason-  "  . I ablv sure of this  a.  gambler   must  If the Ltiropcan  powers   succeed j,    ' s L    , ���      -,     ,  ���  1 '.       .       . ! ha.ve a. sure game.     By his  dexter-  in   dividing   up   China,   it will be a ; .,     , , ' , .      ., ,   , ,  *7      ' , jitv he must skin   the   sucker,   and  serious affair for Canada.     ICnuland i T ,. ���       , , ...  ���^ eui'inn Ins manhood bv  resorting to  there   is  gloom   in   the   house   o  Astor.     Waidy has crawfished, and  is trving to scjuare himself through  the press.     He is in a terrible posi-| ��'��   ^ ���'���'       ��� "'';-'   ���\dv^ .    ihi, lli;irk(1,;      , *in  ;,        )S. j-littl,. .uore he will eeune to thecon-  tion. as without Hcrtie of GuelplC H St,"tV:;j;\;M;)I.;;ln(^ ^^u   Z\l^Urr for truth, and have no dnuht j:'1^"," !h;1'( l[ J ���\ ��<><' "&�� " ���  Id   an 1 th"-itre ��>-oers' '���m''' xvnar Ow Creator will treat me !  iwill feel hi. lcsVceniv "        "      ' Uquare. as. like cvorv human atom. I li-io" in 1llis U(,H(I  Prince has never  ostracised   me   pi will lccl his loss ke cntx. ,    i . ,    rhe passing of Mid.eav brings to! '   '"   l"111'   ol    IIls   property.     He  occiipie  recognition life in   London   society  htses its <;harni. and   altliouch   the j Lieatncai wor  'is hii-lc hope for the  shtves   of   re-  can readily   sec   the dire   efteet   it  i mind the   clays   when  will have upon Willie, who wan tec  ever so badly to be a chappie.   Poor!him'   ' '^-"tv   ><li,rs   a'S"    >^iw  Willie    Waldv!    How    n.v    heart I "H-n'ison. a veteran of the   Amen-  The fruit of many lauds is alwavf- ���n  1    first   met'! ^,,,vo   in<>   t!u>   1'('a'son   whic-b   1  am   exhibition at the store of .John Wifliau#  now developiiii!'. ! in New  Leuver.    ''JTie' oraii"'e  of  t'aii-  i * ' j n  - -   ... j fornia nestles boiele, the peach of Snake  .    l('h'ol(,;1- 'hllN  1',-i    'river,   ;il���l    the   banana,    from   South  ������lour   poker   story   ol    (he   old j Anierie,  goes out to him in his great, sorrow >''an    wuv   caim>   t0   W^ro',(1   aiK  /,'f,<"."> v" " "V'      iiri        -    r, >! ciafed. all -hough many wore offended  that time, altlioutih I did   not.   live  .,.,,,.   .,,,,..���.,'.      .. :. i       i  To live in L-ondon day after day, | ^  with the bitten- thought haunting  his rnoney-shaded upper stopc"that  Albert Edward must pass him by  as though he were a. broken white  chip'is indeed a bitter atonement  for one fatal mistake. It is to be  hoped that, this great ca.laniity will  not grow worse at this trying time  in the history of Ilritain's empire.  If Waldy fades under the strain he  might procure surcea.se of sorrow  by wading in the social, swim of  "Nelson or New .Denver. Thc first  families of these towns will nol  boycott him. so conic a-rulining  Willie!  ���   i |   , ���     ,, .    . - ,    ��� i -���'   tlwell   m   liarinemv   with   the  . j organized a class in elocution.     A11 ^ '" f}"* f'1"'" wa-s much appre-I hn.(.|y   1>ili(>1)!.rry.      Cretty" soon    the  - dice!  in   LoikIo  MCLeay   brain   Fever,   o.  in V/atl'ord.  I was imbued with the  ider..   that   the    world    needed   a  comedian who would make millions  laugh, consequently I joined   Harrison's   class.      McLeay    was   the  youngest   member   in    the    class. '  ,\ Iter   several   months   tlie   course  was to be closed by a- grand   enter-!  tainmout in which we  were  all   to j :  show the   people   of   Watford    beiwjj^jg  clever    we    were.     I   was   cast   to!  recite   Tennyson's    Charge   of   the  Light Brigade, while  McLeay   was |  lo do (he Mariner's J )re;tni.     I villj  never   torget   the   horrors   of   that ' i $ }  night.       Although    1    had    pcerec  across the footlights before I   e-ouldj tf"  at the   reference   you   made   about  nielon o  it    up    for   , Jesus.'     I  f (ieorgia will appear em thei  scene, ami ^laeleleii all who have the  price'. ��  Q^*rfW?VS^'  will have a slice of il.  and   all   the  Chinese   turned   into   Rritish   sub  tricks   that   arc   crooked.      Beside  the gambler who deliberately cheats  iects.     They will ha.ye just as mueh j-, .   '���  ,.      ,-, -, . ���'     ,  -1       ��� ��� ���' i his victim thc road agent is a- hero.  right in Ga-nada as-anv   other   suli-|,,     ,.    ,       , .,   ' ,   ,,  ���-��� ��� j the lootpael a. gentleman,   and   the  ieet. and no tax can lie placed upon I,       , . ,,,,        , .  ���i   - '   _ -!      ! biirghii' a princ-e.     Ihe  skin   gam-  theni.     Thev can flood tin's country j , ,   ' ��� -, , ,        ���',.  -    bier is  a. human   buzzard,    with   a,  to the top   stone,   and   we   cannot. I ,.        ,,     , n       ,    ,     , ,,  1 ' ��� lour flush soul anel a. body generally  for   fniiieri.tl   reasons,  say a word.!     .. ...    r , ' .'       .   .   '  1 ������ I rotten with disease a.nd olten laint-  This    will    be    pleasing    to    those!    .      . , , . ,      .        7  ' ��� ; eel with morphine and other drugs.  emotional advocates who   want   aui,,    ��� ,.,   ^ ���  ' lie is a. credit to   no   man s   town.  not get rid of the stage iVighl.   and j  las the rime for my cue approached}  ever.    I    went    through    the    eiaicl  test-, and of the entire e-iuss   i    was;  jihconly   one   the   ar.dienee-   called}  Franklin ..J^u,k1;" fiU^  clic'cl  in   London,   a.  m   rue'  (ilhol'thisinonlh.     Hewa-sagifteei   ,    ;KM,aiU(l    ,(>!l;!uSt.    ,Vanvi<-.     How  artist, and gave up this life just a  he had reached rbe top of   his   pro  I'ession   and   about  to   become1 the!  leading   actor   of   the   wCrld.     lb  was subject to the- malady of which  he died, brought on   no   doubt   by  his ambition, a.nd desire to  become  pre-eminent.      Death   is   often   the  end .of great- work.  Mr. McLeay was of Scotch-'.'parentage, born at Watford, Out.'.. He  was educated at Woodstock,Baptist-  Co! lego    and     afterwards    -took   a  Q^  i  ���,���.��� door, inul love tin-   < 'l,i���a������-��� | y{tf H|(1   ,; ,,.,.������,������, ,k. |(| | i-om-*'irt T<,���,l���   liiivia-sit};,; ol,  ii,i..t ill ���      I      i   ����� ] I I    j       ���        ��� ii i    ��� f *      a'   '*     ' * i  so well that they would sleep   wit  them if necessary.  fain Hood their cit-v with Ibis class. ! ta-ining ase-iioiarslnp.    Beforegrao-  alongwitb the men who  bank   tI](. | "ating !,<��� ;:c<-epte<l the   mastership  Several papers in Fasten, Ganaela ! gan���-s jus, to have- (lu-ir town pros-}"1 uunWv" l*'��^';'^ �����! .he^.Woo<,-  roee-ntly ndyoe-alcl ,he hiring of! l-rems. Ni,-o way to |,ni|(] ��� IIp }1 p��t.ock ( olle��,na.te lnst,tule,-bnt dur-  (Tim-se    as   domoslic   servants   i,C town, by luring working men  to a j '"-   n   v;,,';i,,,m   ,ul,r   hi'   ���&r$"'  ���    ��� ��� unsellle's   the miml ami j XvU'V:m  il,'U"''   ���';"('S V"  ^r^ck'  stage fright and I have   )}cycr   had  it   since.     MeL-'-iv   eauie   em    thai  night, his clear-cut.  Booth face.   a;-.  white  as   snow.     I   stood    in    thej  wings and listened   to   his   maiden!  ciVort-before the public, and as  Ihei  i  ringing tones of his wonderful voice!  sunk dee}) into  my   heart-   i    regis-!  tercel   a-   thought-   that   some    day}  Franklin would be   a   great   actor.  It was the only   time   that   1   ever  heard him on the stage, and   while  he occasionally   wrote   for   one   oi'i  my papers afterwards I   never   me! i  him again. I  he pueke-t in order  (hat   ��� j "����� this meeting ehangcl his^^le   ,,.,,,}    {U>i],t.]\(.{}    ,hr    mists   of     hi;,!  .lust as the   light,   of   his   geniu: j ^ ^'  i future   career.     Murdoek    induced  ca-i'thly career   the   hand   ol   death  ...... '     ,.i .. -. . i veteran   a.ctor.   .laines  \\.   iVf  order lo .-ol ve   the   lured   girl   pro-1 vice   tna  blcni.     The    solving   of   ihe'   same'' light-ens I be |  problem in California out the  prioe 'few    i'a-l'    drones    mav    jingle   the , ���    , . ���,  of oa.>v vir.ue ami Hooded the  laml<lnilarsolber men have-   earm,|   ,lV ! huu t(. at l.n.d I Im Scho.,1 ��,f Omtory j ll(1S(,,|(k,,    .,,���,   ,,,.s|   him    ,-���,.   th-I^X  with   "ha-rl.jis.       It    made    chastity   sweat and toil.      I h-t,.-,-Lu.-y ( ; .-.'en - i ''^ iU>s1<>11' ai��|1 "��> leavni-tho^ ^" ! ]on^ ;!}?l.v !.oy<��n<! the-   ,,,mh.     Can   1^1  ami starvation I'Omhii friends, while   wood than attempt to   build   ii    up; il(1,M��b,<1 Hie Huge as   a   profession. ; }Wj.,. (|,.(,1)S a tear on the llowers that j  vioo and l.r.-ad woni hand in hau.l.   I'v tie-  whir   of   the   n.ulei to   ball, : IIr   lirst   J011"''1    ^ ds.m    ilarieft s| shvw (]u, p.;i vt. u|-   lli|M_   whu   w.,f.,   i... i i.:, i !���,,..,.. - i... !��� , ! ! v,  men wen-king as >er\-ants in orienial }''ie    Kitt\'.      With    these    few   re  Canada.     The wages are   mil    high,marks I  will h-t < oven wood look a  enough.      Many of the North Amor-   its hole enrd.    while   (o-and    Cork  ican Chinamen in I he east -pay their '��� can take t be deal. _   "  ;  *  pans,    but  1 i ui i<:     e#i       i ei  soon worked himself up tot he front j brilliant sons,  rank.     Mr. MeLcay made a special  BOURNE BROS.,  )aaC    >��*WLJW  New Denver, B. C.s  study   of   Luglish   lilvratur,'.   aaid ; .'^^f^^^S^^��^^��^f^     ���  was a Shakosperoan scholar of some' ^->^WC. _^.*r._.><>-C..>��W:   ,^k.>!  ^   ^^?^ )^^>^.-^^^.)B<^?^  ��2>.  J>aS WL__ .>s5 WL   .>�� 3caC__>Sl fc< ^Ssd  white help such a low wage (bat  even a yellow scab of ( 'hina proper  could nol .-land it.  aui-horit-N'.     He   had    played    alto-  Poor  Willie- Waldy Astor. . get Iter in over forly roles,  the most;W~\,  whose  folks   are   well- ��� conspicuous   of   tlir-rn   lieing   la-go.  W. 11 ��� , ' r  llllC     known     around     New ihe Bishoj* and   the   Hi-enisier:; in   ,  N'aneouvei- has received a shock,    vt/     i   i.      York,   has  troubles of | "Ben Machree":   the   Tctrarch;   in  jitt.le brown men and women from;   VYalU\/    j.j^   ()VV11#     Sonic    t inie   --Claiidian": Dea-Iatus and Claudius  ntn  5-:>Oi!>Ii��!i'.'il    1817.  r  Japan have been seen in   that   eiiy.agei he wanted to be an Fnglish'man : in ��� ��� \irginius" :    l-'afher Christmas; M  without  '-veil   a   fig   leaf   to   coyer  and turned his face   towards    Lo;-.- i;-   --Silver King":   a;;d    Xero.'.^uid - L' J  their sexual   anatomy.     This   may   don.      Last    we"k   Caplai::     Milne, llu- B;;l   in   "l'liaraoh."     Sir.   jvlc-1      >"  go in   Japan,   but    it    won't    go   in ��� who has a, si ring of niiddle   uanics. Leay had written   for   The   K6r;um  this laiul of niis-sliapeii   limbs   and   almost as long as the pike   to   San- and    other    magazines.      His   bast  false modesty.     The brownies ft'mi   don. was spending an evening at- a visit to Canada was two years. a<g'Q.  Japlaml    may work for Sl; a  moiit h ��� friend's house   in    London.     There when In- appeared in    WilsemCEpar-  in 1 lu- land of big   lives,    but    ihey   was a��� coneeri on al   Waldy's   mail- roft's ce-mpany.      Ih-e-ontly   he"-^'va'S  cannot cast their  clot lies,   even    illusion, and .Milne's hostess ree| nested playing    with     Beorbohni   Tr^e;-.'''iii  Cfi]>it,al (all paid up) .IdiVAJU.UUUJU  Weserved lund : : 7,0(X),OCK).0O  Cndivided profits :    :  1,102,7:i2.72  IIKAH    OVI'ICK,    MONTHKAl..  ii'T. IIox. Loun SrHATHCONA a.id Mouxt Botau  C*.1. MM.  President.  Hox. Lb A. Dkummoxd. Vice Ti-esident.  E. S,  Cloustox, (teneral Manager,  Branches, in   all parts of Canada, Newfoundland, Great Britain,  and  i;e I'nitoel States,  tlie hot davs of our Canadian   sum-, him to take her oyer there,   as   she   London, and on the occasionbf-.'fcEe  i iKI,^i  iiii't.   without,   being   indecent   and j was one of the invited guests.     He   Ottawa lire Mr.  .McLeay   orgaii'isSK^  horrifying the   white-   folks.      Here j complied, but   Willie   Waldy   gave , a benefit performance in LondoTi, a,  ew  ver branc  ^^^^^^^r^^^^.r'ZJ*- ^i?^.^i?^r^r^r^P^.'^^^^i^l/,  fec.>^Wi_>iWi ,>^Wi.  <SB*  mmmsmeimmB&ss&mssmm&imx Seventh Year.
THE LEDCjtE, NEW JJENVEK. B.C.. JULY 26  iyo<J
NO   FLAG.
Xay. 1 am in, patriot; not for me>.
This ]irt'jcieiiee, so [hoihI, i.if one's own i-ountry,
Always right, cliiefeist. rause of mindly.
Atween the nations.    Wuiv il not for this.
All l»'Oiile:s luiela million years, [ wis.
Afro. KXfliiiiijjfoel of brotherhood the; kiss !
ation,   anel   a   thirn ■ approaches   completion.
The Cowenhoven Tunnel, at Aspen,
was to drain and transport the ore of
the mines of Smuggler Mountain. The
expense of pumping- of the deep mines
of this mountain have steadily increased,
,   , -A    . ,-    x, -   , .    a    , hi   18S9 it  was   evident   that   cheaper
And. were it not lor this, how great a flood • . -,'.
Hiiel never flowed of wannest, reddest blood. means of un.watering' the mines  must
Kmin hearts of inurdereel heroes',hrave and good 1: be devised Ol- the depth of probable
H..w many women hearts en.broke hae! been. : mining would soon be reached. All ore
ilael -'patriots" not forgotten they were men, \ now comes through this tunnel: the ore
And murdered thattheirland might -^lory" win. ' cars an. l0;icl<-?cl at the stopes and,' with-
o folly, this, io tlie to wear a tag! ' out break of bulk, are unloaded at  the
til-rime, to kill because ones country's flag   ■       ore bins at  the  railroad  tracks.    Five
Is dilTi're.'iit from some other piebald rag! i ..   ,1   . 1 ,1      ,.   i    n ,'   .... „i
1 .-hundred men pass through   the tunnel
For noble hearts finel one land scant of room,        ' to (n(,j,. (i.,j|v Work, and it   will   be   CX-
All iniMi tlieir brothers,ami the', world theirhome, ,    .   ..      ■:.,, ,    ,        n   ,      ,.,      ,„,/i_
.... .  .        , , .. tended 4J-miles.    It has a double  track
t rriin highest ini.mntain peak to oi'i'an loam.
working- and transportation adit  level.
The driving- is elone bv air drills, a new
Ing-ersoll-Serg-eant   drill,  having-  been
recently installed.    At the; present  rate
of progression the tunnel will attain the |
length designed in about 18 months,  or j
bv October, IfiOl.—Mines and Minerals, j frOIH
THIXKKK'S    THOUGHTS.
Cabins or Homes
Residence lots  in
NEW     DENVER
$15 to $200
EYES are WORKERS CERT'ncALE^^-PR0VEtV!EKTS
SCNK1SK    .Mineral Clan;
Their love holds all, their boast, is every clime.,
Their sympathy with every race in every time.
All patriot songs with eipnil voice they cliiino.
They lid no Hag. and sound no parly cry,
And leave to f,nils lo run in herds lo die.
Insane at hearing, "Koi'e.ign fo«.s arc nigh '."
For thein there ire no foreigners at all,
N'n prejudiee nT birth, no e'hini'Se wall.
The l.irilon but the fellow ,,i Ihe (I,ml.
T hey'hold all roads are 11|.i'ii . e.-irlli nitd si-a,
N'ii riHluliil ihu.N. .lax, or pa-,spi.ri   re,
All tra vi-Iits welcoiiie, anil all cunnm,rcr free.
laid with :!0-pnund steel rails, and is
stone ballasted The tracks are laid
witli a vimv to electric motors. Difli-
cuilii'S were inet with in large uniler-
gniunil cave's filled with loose doloniitie
sand and water, which swept euit Ihe
workmen like chips. The tunnel aveo--i
ag'eel Io'feet per day, anel in one month
121 feet ii inches were attained
The Smug'.v.-lei" l.'iiion  p'ropwrty,   near
Telluriili',   is   niie.   in   which   "Tiivity   is
.   The terror of reform is that we  must
cast away our virtues.—Emerson.
No simplicity of mind, no obscurity of
station, can escape the.  universal  duty
of questioning- all that we believe	
It is wrong- to believe on unworthy evidence.—Clifford.
• A true religion,  eoncenrng all   men j
in all times and in all places,  should  of
necessity   be   eternal,   universal,   and J ^^L/
evident.    Not one has these three char- {    » T   •
acteristie.s.   Thus they are thrice proven \
false.—Diderot. .,
What custom wills, in all thing's should i
wedo't, ' j'Workers in Tin. ('opper and
The dust .on antique time would lie,  uu-j Sheet   Il'Oll.
swept, .;.■•.
And mountainous imtoi' to be, too hcrlily
heaped
Outlying- Blocks   suitable
for small  Homesteads
from $200 to $500
Apply to—
WM.  TMO.MLINSON,
... New Denver, B. C.
L. Jeffery
& Son
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?     I am  the first
optician   in   the   Kootenay.
My reputation  is  known in
everv Kootenay town.   Eyes
tested nig-ht or day	
G.    W.   GRIMM KTT,   ftr.ulmw riptiriaii.
sA-xnox. ii. c.
|Sif mi te in The Slocan Miniiif.' J dvision of Wiijt
Kootenay Jiir-trii-t. Wiiere loitared: On
West side" ol Climax Mineral Claim, north of
e.'arpeiirer Creek.'
T.Ah'l' NOTICE TJia'.I.F. S. Cleineiits nf Xel-
1 son, B. C. aetinjc as a^enl for Johanna Erp.
liroekluiuseji, F. AI. C. No. E. ■jTju'j. and Sidney
H. Nichols. F. M. (.'. Xo. H. W-jV,. intenel. sixty
days from the ilati- hereof to apply lo the
.Mining Ki-i-.order for a certilieate- of improvements for the purpose of oht.ihiinf.'- a Crown
^■,int of the- aliove claiu,.
Anel further take notice that  ani.in linder see-
tioii :',' niiisi oe i-oinnieneed . h'-foi'e  the i<suanee
of such certificate of inilirovrnients.
Iiated this i*ini day ofJnne. A   I).. I'M).      .7-5
SAXIHIWniiil  M1XKST.AIi,   Nu. :i,   .Mineral Claims.
much utilized     One hundred feet above-, j For truth to ovci-peer.
Thev would all i„,inids were id..lied. Pars winv . tlie railroad'track  is  tiie con veil tra t. ion j --Shakespeare
down,
All nation-I lues a nil Slates, were overthrown,
Air Piping and Mining
Work a Specialty
Nanirlit lel'l l,nt hoiie-a neij;-hlii,rho,,<|s alone.
For limn-st mm no laws, no rjoveriniiriit.
.No iiilerlcrene-e, liowsoe'er well-ine.-int.
Km-li lnan's life, forliiue. us he pli-asrs sjn.fiil,
e I when shall nieii he la II I'limm-h to see
Thai jiride of i-oinnry inakes for slavery.
Thai he alone who lias no Hat;' is free!
Tlie- man withoiil the eoiinlry, habits all:
Wilhoii   a rlaii' all banner* drnjie his wall:
null, and 1.7U0  feet  above  that  is   the!     h: very system   of   religion   the   world \ H('U(1(| UartCl'S,     NEW    DENVER
mouth of the. funnel, at  an -altitude  of j ]wia vot Ht,).11 recognizes faith as  an   in-j
: 10.HOD feel, above, sea level.    Tim tunnel
: is 2,50(. feet   long,   connectud   with  tlie
upper levei by   a  shaft  7ui.)  feed   elecip.
Inn   the entire   property   tll('1-''  'i'*  ^ \ inquisitive and   innovating   habits   on,
miles of undergTomiel   working's.. The J ,v|lk.h. ,,n i„t(,i|l.,.(llM| progress depends.;
dispensable^ duty; but te» every system .
of .science it is a hindrance instead of a '
duty, inasiiiuch as it 'discoui'-ajres  those:
(ire from the; above-mentioned   levels is
: lowered down the 700-foot, shaft, passing
.' thence throug-ri the 2,*>00-l'ool; tunnel   to
His pain,., hearl hears l.ul the wide Worlds cull   j iCK nKmthi ;llu| is t|u.n yarr-WL\    )ly    wir(. |
)*C—x tec >< W;._:
IIKWKK«t.CR01'T,
-Buckle.
Sliinijy.
ros.
Manulacturers ol
SiluaU-   in   fh,.     Sloi-aii    Mining   -Division   of
• West   Kootenay   District.    Where   located :
On Silver   Mountain. H   miles  south west   of
New. Denver, IS. (.'.
TAKE N'lTICE.IIiat J. OharJesS. Raslidnil, of
1 New Denver. 11. C.'.. aetiuiras njj-ent for h'oher;
H. Slumier.F. M. C. No. H 17n7:i. and Dalziel
Cordon Sniiih. K..M.C No. IM'/Ui. intend,midays
from the .late hereof, toa|,|,ly to the Miniutr Re-
ciirdi-r tor;: l 'i-niiiealc ol' liii]ni>\ riii.-nis, ;,,|- t lie.
pin ■[>. i.,e of ohtainiiii.; a l.'rmvi, Ci-,-int of each of
ihcaiinv'e claims.
Aief further take noli<-r lh.-i 1 .'O-lion. under see
'ion ."7. mu-t he CMiiiiMi'i'icc.i-iii'l'orc tin-i--suasice
of   SHell   Cl'l-litie.-He ol   IllllM-OVrlMonl*.      -
Deled Ihi- 2s;h .|:,\- ,,' June.  A . I>. l!i-i.>
'-•'"' e:||.\J,'|.|-;s S.  RASil!i.\|.i.
Shingles
Orders .shipped   to  all   parts  of the   '-laim.
Odmtry.      Mill  at  head  of        '<„;;,j';;,■!£)
-Slocan Luke. —
ISITK     |,-i; \ction   Mineral   Chum.
Sinn,!e in tin; Slocan   MiniiiL-   Division   ol   Wist.
•K'-oienny I d-trie,.      Wher" located;    Aheast
'Wo miles   ea-i   of  .-.ilvcrio.'i.  .uijohiim;   thc
Sil'vcrioii  Hoy.-
'PAKE ND'I'le-F,   That I. I-:, h'.iii hueyer. .ree
1 miner's ceriiiieatr No. II ;ssi;,.. uen'uc- as
ai.',iil for .Ma ry 10. Niiimiiclun ."■ •■>', free- miner's
c'erulie.-itc No.' Ii .Iss.'i!,. intend, sixty days from
llic ,|aie hereof. l-> apply to the .Miuii.". lie
eorder iora <V|-tilieale ol l.iiiproveineiils. for the
purpose of ohiK iiti!io- a I "rown-C Van! ol the a hov'e
her lake .notice   thai   actinii,  under
ill'.st    h,-   comnii'lierd   liefiire   the issuance of slieli cert i lien te of !lll|ii-iive,iieiits.
n.-'lcflthis .-,'!, ,|,r. , f .July. A. J)., 1!KM.
,1. Williarn Lloyd.
TCWKDNC    IN    WIV.OK.VIIO.
! traniway down to the mill, if it be  cou-
1 cent rating-ore, or to   the cars   if  it   he
  j smelting-   ore.    A   larg-e   proportion   is
This is an era of big tunnels in Color- jgolil. The mine had l.,(),tiiiit tons of
ado. If arises from various causes; j dump of low-grade ore by the funnel
first, perhaps, that, tunneling- which is j These dumps are utilized to prolit.
the most desirable, kind of mining- de- j At Cripple Creek there are several
velopnieut is so much less expensive! |;,rg-e drainag-e and exploration tunnels,
than formerly, owing to the vast im- \ some completed, others under way, and
pmveuicnt and cheapening; of the moans j cithers projected.
of exploration. In early days such. At Ceadville, there are. also several
undertakings were by hand labor and ! bit,- tunnel enterprises, including- the
black powder, now  we  have air'drills i Yak and Ag-walt tunnels. . The   Yak  is i
Hauling' and Packing- to Mines,
and general local'business.'
There is a man in Texas so  mean !
that, he will not give  his children  a;
middle name because  in   writing  it,i
they   will  waste  ink;   nor   will   he jWOOD   AND    cOAL   FOR    SALE
allow anyone to inflate a bicycle tire!
on his farm because it uses up some! >."ew Denver, n. <;.
of the air over  his land.    He goes
behind a troe to  look  at;  his  watch i   W^W'W^Wi
because he is afraid someone, will ask [
him to give the time of day-—Cottage j
and Castle. !
Postof'Iice address, Rosebery.
Make the case  of others  your  own.
and dynamite, anel can make 200 feet a ; (i,()00 feet;   its total length will lie 12,000 j aInryour own theirs, and vou will  then!
have.', a clear idea of  the   whole.—Thos.j
Paine. j
Sense in your ads will ..hrhiir  dollars. •
month, where formerly we could only ' |'oet, or two miles, to tap the. Leadville
make ;">u or loo gold belt.
Alines have got down so deep that the ! At Rod Cliff, near Ceadville. Mr S.
expense of haulage of ore and rock and : Xenvhouse has lately driven.a tunnel
water to the surface have greatly in : 700 feet, which is fuliilling the object for
creased,, especially water. That factor , which it was designed, by draining the
ha.s more, than once threatened to close j epiartzitc ledge, and the water running
down a valuable mine, like the Lamar- ; nut of the; funned is above the 12-potmd
tine, for instance, from absolute fear of rails The driving of the tunnel,
being drowned out, the water getting; > according- to 'Ores and Metals.' is being
.beyoncl-'tlie control of the pumps. A ' accomplished at thc rate of 110 feuit per
drainage, tunnel in such instances be- , month, it now going through the sand-
c;iine an absolute- necessity, and a ; stone 'ymg on the granite, and by July
drainage tunnel comprehended an ex-;-I it is ejxpected tliai, the breast of tlie j Oeilill"' find FloorillO". Double
port tunnel tci dtdive!i'  the  ores  of  the; tunnel will reach the Cambrian eptart/.-: n ^^
mine, at a low level in the bottom of an • ite. Eventually the tunnel will cut the
adjoining gulch, and with no other Carboniferous lime contact, at H,0()(j fet;l
motive power than gravity. in from daylight, and will then   have  a
J. K.. CLARK,
MINES
AND ivviiM
TT* ff^fc        •«   -i |'Sports, Examinations and Manage-
io Builders: !
If von want Dimension
Lumber, Roug-h and Dressed
Lu inber.'Coast and Kootenay j
NEW DENVER.
B. C
l ST(U!>!Oi;XT  Minernl Claim.
Siniiiie ill tin' Si ran .Mi, ii.it .Division of Wist
Koolcmiy District. Where liiciiteel: Ten
miles ei'isi (,f S|i.c,-,n l.iik" .-iih! ui,- in ciie ,'iiel
■ iiii.-li.-i l! mi!'.-.- .-list ui'. Scitoti C'reelc. ami
lioinir ii imrilicrlv exice'-i. n .-■■' the Wu-11ina-
.   ton.
i TAKE XOT1CK 'I'li.'it   1   CInis.   Mm,re.  iictnip
i     ii^.-ltrent fur S. K, in-een. K. M. C.Xo. n.-'7S2C'.
AI.'STKAl.IAX.       ■ ,-iiiil W.   A.  .Jovvctt.   !•'.   M.  C   Xo.  770 ,.=|,eeial>
inteii'l iKKlavs I'rom ihe elate liereol'to apnlv to the
LAMPS'      VVCKil,     ' Alining!-   Iiec'.reler fur a   e"iii!icale or '')'i|ii'nvc-
' nienls fur the |mr|io.sei)f n'tiiainiii!; i,.('i-,".vi!i;riiiit'
l.'Xr.)KlaVKAu' : uftheahovc claim.
Anel furl her ta l«e notice  ihai   aetii -n iiniler see-
K'i)v' tiKXTLK.MKN . ] lion :i" must lie coiTinieiieeel heMi-e the i-isuiiiM-e of
j such i-ertiliciite of inijirovenients.
j     Dated this lath  ,la v of June, .Ihtni.
I    (!-:U ' CM AS. Menu,'i-:.
A    Sl'kciAI/rV   AT        j JU1SK    1I.AK1I-;    Mineral   c.-|aiiii.
L'.:    iTlCL.3.Cn!cin  S | situare in the sl..,.-an   Minine   Division or'W'e?.sf.
New Denver. ] Koolenav   Dislricl.      Where  located:   South
, ;  __._•.•_    .        ,,f Mowicii claiu,, e.'ai-|ienter Creek.
Rn    I A  r>l    r-       «np«v«        j'PAKK XciTICK   Thar   I.   Ileii-eri  T.   Twlza.
rt-SAbLb     AbbAlG        : -1     ai;viit   for  .Jain-   I!.   Mnnir.   Fn.-,'  Miner's
,.  , , .   , r,   i i       i  ,-i ■   -- i Ceiiiiieate Xo, .".r:ie--. uui!  Charles  XV. (.Ti-eeiilee,
[•"u\  -^ -;"   (;" ' .-iii'l.Mlve.'i-;.¥ .,.•>! f. M. c; Xo. ;-i.s:,i;i.i. iiuend. sixtv ,i«v.s !r„m the
Lf-;"1 :,(l 1 b.'ld,silv r,coi,|,r L.-.u i f|at,. ii, rc.f. io apply lo the Mining Kecoreler for
Siiinple.s hy mail receive prompt attention.   '    [ a ccrtitie-ate of imjireiveineiits. for  ihe  piirpo-;e of
V>i,»li fii-oc nnrl  Rnllinn  Onun-Ht ; ohtaiiiin^ a  crown   ^rriint of the ahovc elaim.
KlCn UieS ana iSUlllOIl ISOUgfnt, And further lake notice Hint action under Sec,
0«°5; (W»i B™ 5aP   *A  0*h *«ft  a  ■%* iWi&>&       ri7 lnui:| '"'C'l'inieiiced lieforc, ihe issuance of such
l-h'9 eitli St., Denver. Col,..
i     Dnte.'d this 7th 'day of June. uhki.
MKIJBKRT T. TW1GG.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED
i DAVTOX NO.  i, AI/rO()NA, HON KNOT,
: KKlinEX, :iii<l TAWANDA  Mitii-rrtl Cininis
and   Dressed   Coast   C'eda.r,
Rustic,    Shiplap,    Steppin«\
Some, tunnels have lieen (Iriveui   on a ' vertical ileplli heneath the mountain of j .^ , ,        ,j. ,   .,
main   vein,   mining  and   (■ihippiny  ore ■ 1.80(1 l'et!l, tapping   the   contact  on   the   ^()<)1" d;lllll)S, line JUKI  UedMl'
ri^-lu alott^. ami at .the same time   with   dip.    The tunnel will command the   cle-   f\>-.:,-, ,-lV, Wiv-wl im-        uie-ll^n
,    ,       ,      . , ,   , .. ■      t   1    1 1 1 V. (l.si 11 L;r-i. IV IIKKJW otlieS.
a view ol  ei-ossctittinn-  anel   elc.velnpuijr . velnpnient on USD acres ol  ^-i-ound   held
cross  as   well   as   hlind   veins   met   en , hy   the    Xewhouse    Syndicate       '!''H'I Turned        AVoi'k Bl'acket'S
route.    Others have heen driven purely , priniat-y ohject of the tunnel   is   for  the I
as crosscut tunnels with a  view  to   e.x-   drainage c»f this immense area of minora! I Newel     Posts.      Haild-Sawillii,'. I "-- -   ~~ :■'-	
plore    a    property   known    to   e-ontain   tract, and as e.h-iveii now the  tunnel   is j _,
.several.ci-ossv.'ins.    Aimtlicr class, like ■ :-xS feet, hut 'after, the   draiua.ue.  of the   'I'lll'lied  Veranda Posts. Store | M.    WALKER   &  SON'S
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,
UMI^
j sjuiaie iu the Slocan Mintni!- Division of West
I Kootcna y Di>trici. Where located: On
I        Payne Moinii.-iin.  about  ]J   miles from the
tow'-n uf Saiulon, B. C.
:TAKE   XOT1CK    That   1.   Alexander' ^pront.
!   1     iiireiit for the Saiulon   Mining' ami  Milliuir
: Ciiiupaiiy,   IJinitcel    Free    Miner's    1 'ertilicate
X*o.   ll!':i:l.   intend,    sixty   day>   I'rnin   the    date
heiviif. to apply 10 tin- Mining K'ecorder for
; (.'crtilicatcs ,.,!' luipiovemeiit-. lor the i.-nrp,,se of
■ uliliiiiiiii.ir a Crown   Oram of each   ,,l   Ihealmve
claims.
,     And further lake notice that ad ion. under see-
\ f i.in .'17. must l,e commenced before the  issuance,
"!'such (.■(TUiicuicof finpriiveiu. -. !s.
!     iJafeil lhi> :'S||, ,|.-iv ,,f April. A. D. ]!«):,.
: '1-7 ' Al.KX Sl'Ki.'AT.
the   Newhouse.',    is   dri\'en    under   ihe   contents  and   ore   muasures   has  heen {-.-.-, r, XV ■   1
properties of other  people,   looking   for ; perfected   it   wil!   he   widened out for a J ^ I'(>HtS,'    I )001'S,     W IIICIOWS    Ol'.
revenue   from   the  owners of o-ood pro- • ' : "        '■       ~~
Staple and Fancy
Afi'cnt for
t.n
8 !■' (r-^ jj
LLU
AL\S\\'eUCi-||
SAXIaiX
i-'iaiT and oi;na.iu:ntai,
THICKS,  KOS5CS, SIllM'i'.S.
VIXi'S,    I'.il.llS,
perfir-s in the; shape of royalties for   the;       ^^ f^^T^f^W^'
hauling'of ore ami drainage,   also look-
in^;- to disc,o\'ery anel ownership of  any \
lilinei leads encountered. !
One of the earliest tunnels of any size> j
in Coloraelo was  the  Bohtail  at   Black I
Hawk, iiriven by manual labor,   iu   the ::
sixties, to open the Bobtail.     Its lene-th j
was 1,-J'iil feet, to  which   li.oOn   feet   ex-j
tension has been added, tappin»- adjoin- j
in»-  |iro|iertii'.s.    Its'greatest depth   is i
only 'Ion feet below the surface.' anel   as i
several shafts-were sunk' years u<»-o to a j
much greater depth than flic, tunnel, its i
present utility   for   ore  shipments  and ;' kasi.u
drainai!'e is limited
The, Burleigh Tunnel, at Georgetown.   &°™
was the! first tunnel in Colorado  driven !®
by machine drills.
The iievenue Tunnel is located at the ;
foot of Mt. lrendricks, (luray,   to   reach;
and develop the \"ir^»-ii!ins mine, carrying  ye ild   and   silver     The    Viryinius
workings'were shafts and   tunnels   four ,
miles louy.   The tunnel was connnenced
in,the fall  of   ISS7,   completed   in   1S!H.
Tin- tunned is s feet   xpiare.    It   intersects the \'ii-criniru: at ".son feet, or over '
a mile, from which intersection there is .
an extension on tlie   vein   another   half!
mile     from this   the.  ore   in   the,  veun
will lie taken out from  below.    Stopinij-:
will lie carried  upwards  to  a   vertical,
height, of over -2,0110   foe't.   for  a   length'
along the vein of 7,5on feet, the. average,
width of  tiie   vein   beiniv   ~>   feet.    The
o-reatest  depth   of   the.  tunnel   is  :-!,0nu i
leet     It is equipped with a double, track
of -24-incli yatiye operated by an electric .
niote,^    The total cost of the tunnel and ' «-f-«fc
water-power plant was $-100,1100.    It   is     "'   "
used both for ore shipment  and   drainage.    The averaire value of  the  ore,   is
s-jo.    The   ore   is   brouirht   out  of   the
mine and more than 700 feet ol" an   ouf-
.-ide extension thereof in iniall   cars,   to
the, top of  a.   vory   huye   coneenlratiny:
mill of MOO tons dailv,   costing   $|.r,i),uoo. '
where; it is concentrate.! r, tons intoeiue: 'n'°- ,lI*(' "l:"le hl ■v,,,,r mi,lst- '"' tl,l! iU"*<
tiie latter are. then hauled to the railroad. 7 miles, and shipped to smelter.
250 miles. The mill is operated by
electricity, g-enerated hy water power. ,
Two water-power and electric: plants
which have cost   ifll.10,000  are   iu  oper-.
j Glass, write t<j—
!   Nelson Saw  & Planing
Hills, Limited
Nelson, B. C,
Canadian Whiskies
no»terS of KJLMARNOCK
Scotch Whiskey     \ u
imite
59
J. E. Angriqnon
The  Leading
1Aihb?H tooth
Bosun Block,  New Denver,  B.C.
C>Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars-.
l->tal)li.slii,il is.,;,.
"V ■
anauands
Sandon, B. C.
ry
Insurances Mining Broker
Sandon.
'I'i'i'  :  .-'in- ari- lari.',
a", 'hlnv    in ;iu.. markt'i
Mii-.-nn'iil.'ai'i.'.iiii!ii'i'laUon- l'.,r a l.-ir.-v 11r111:1■• •■- ,,i ;„
anil airy.' and tl].- I Mill u ■; [.''...in N or. .\-ii|i,ii ;..-ji!
S:,iiu,!,. i;....iu< f,,r (-iMiiuirri'i.-'l 'l'r,-'\-r|.-i---.
j John Buckle}', Prop.
(irri'iiliini-i' i.laats. *->»-■ -t!.-. A urii'iiliural
linplrinriils. ,Vr. Largest anil most cum-
;i]i'li' -ilurk in ihr I'l-iivhiei'. Si'iiil fur
I'.'itiilr.uati' 'ii'l'i.i'i' |,la!'inv' yniir ^irili'l-s,
Ai|i|;-i'< M    -1.   ilI.-:Xlv\',
\'.-,ii,-,ili\',-r, II. ('.
rail  in Sc.t„,>n.
J. W. BALMAiN
CIVIL ENGIN'F-P
ARCHITECT, ETC.
Ser\'ice   fbr   iiic   venr   1900
will be eninmeneed J{j||E
'JOTH, -ril(' ••^'bicrial
Limited "rakes yun across
the ('(intineiit in 'bur
days without cliano'e.
Ft is a solid vestibuled
train, luxui'iously eijuip-
\n'(\ wii h c\'ery j.iossible
cssciii iai for the conilbrt
and convenience .<»! pas-
seUii'eis. .\sk     your
nernls   who  lia\'<-   travelled i in ii'. i «i' address
I'. IL   Iln.v  17ii.
SAXll'iX. ,;. e-
A -'
-, ,|i v,
I'rovielcs ani|ilc und pleasant', accoininejdation lor the traveling j>nfdie.
Tclc^-ruins  for   rooms   j>rc»iiipt-Iy attended   to.
HKNWV STK(;t;  I'roprietor.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
Smoke our
Lieht
I'n a.-nl fr  l--.ur .
,, nil A in, riiM n ih:i.-.
rat'-.--, ticiii-f-- anil   fnli
l.'y .'itrrti: '.r—
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W    !'.  !•". Cnniniiiii:
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I1 A LM A  A XO If If; XOX,   I' Ki U'K I KTuU.
UNION   MADE
Havana Toliae-cn.        Wlicrr irood CiH-ii r-
n re •'nlil lln'.v can l"' lioutrht.
Kootenay Cigar
Ig CO., Nelson
General Draying:: Mining: Supplies and Heavy Transportation a Specialty.
Our Hago-a^e wagons   itieet;  all Sunday trains.
Saddle Horses and Pack Animals.
Feed Stables at New Denver.
OS OARS
UNION IfiAl
C
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All|rr,i-.-   .   ;■! ,r
,-ny OiiiiL  -. . -n
' '. - 'l' i.'.'•.
|\,   New Denver, \'..C.
A   J '.COI5SON * CO ,1'rnps
liest meals   in   the   city----(.'oiiifonah!c   rooms��Par   lvpioi.'   with tlie test , f
Lic-juot's and Cigars - Pest sen-vice tln-ou^liont.
IMEW
HiM.VER
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m^m^m^^^^^^^mwm^^^^^m^^^mi^m^^m^Mm^^^mmm^^ THE LEDGE. NEW DJilS'VEK, B.C., JULY 26,  1900.  Seventh Year  WE'i.i.   "(iivk   him    thk   karth������ ; w!iile sellers naturally watch conditions              CONDENSED   ADS.  next   TUfK. ' closely,  there has  bcjen   nothing   like j    concerted action on  their  part   for ��� an i    ,,,     .       .    . ,   . ,        ���    ,, .  _       .    ,     . w       ,  -. , i;, -  ��� '                     .       '     (Coudenseel advertisements, ,-<ueli  as  For Sale,  One dark mKht we laid reclimiisr, advance.    The   rise has been due to an < Wanted, Lost, Strayed, .Stolen,   Births. Deaths,  Weary from the toils mi inimiiir; ���        .        ,    ��� , c      .. _   ,     .    : Marriages. Personal. Hotels, Letral, Medical, etc,.  Dreamin<-dreams of scopes ami tunnels, and j active demand for the metal, the Ciuaes . are inserted when  not exeeeiiing SO words for  ".,,..,  i'ni-ii'liii>li ciin lw   i>viil"i mml    with    little* ; 2.r> cents each insertion.     Each five words or less  twowtdeieetofore: tor w inch can tie explained   witn   mi^ , 0Yer 2, words .,I(i iWti wt^ :xddhion:lL]  When all at once there camej a bunipiiiij. ��� difficulty. i -���               ' ���  As if someone rudely thumping.  Or something- wildly jumping  'Tn-i'en the camp bed and the H'.  ^HCYSiciu^isr.  ;    There has been,  as  we noted  some ,  | time aao, an   increase  in   the demand | IVATK  IM)SI.ITAI/ roi.  lAi)Ik7.  J for Silver for industrial  purposes.     lllIS ! I      Best of care.   Dr. Hertha  Wardruni.  Xo. 2  lis the result in  part  of  the low   prices ! Hl0W" Sk; Ph0��c' Nortl1771; rSpoka"��' W;IS"'  ���'What is that:" I cried upstarting  All my dreams of ore deriarting;  While my partner at the win,- time te*.-��ed to \ which have prevailed for several years,  snore; j but in  greater decree of  the  general  ���'Pnrcuj.ine.-' I heard him .nutter. , prosperjty 0f the past two or three years. ! J  SURVEYOR'S.  But no word did I utter.  For my heart was in a flutter  As f darted out the door.  M. M'GKEGOR, li. A.Sc., l'roviueinl Land  ��J ���    Surveyor and  Mining  Ru^'hieer.    Sloeau,  Business has been o'ooel, the.  world  has ' H. O.  Con-cspondenci;.solicited.  i been busv, and  has  had  a  surplus  to! ,.,,���..,    ������'.''        , .,     .    ��� ,  i , ,        ,, ,        , , . :    4      H   HKVL.VXD,  Kn^ineor and Provincial  Then.ny,i,a���lii.,'ss,vu.rui���*. ,,    j spend; SO that there has l)C��n U demand ; A.    ���;���-"< Surveyor.    Sanilon.  I was I'oiiscii.us of a ye-ariiiin; . 1 for the articles of use and  ornament  in |  .^ ��� ���   To turn search-lii^lit on the darkness and tin- j which silver forms an important part.     ,.__ : _ ''    mystery e-xplnri': |      -phis    hnlrw. HjiI     flf.insmrl:     liowp.vor. ! W^     '���   TKKTZKI,   A CO.,    Xilson,   li.. C.  Anil Hilly als,'trrowiiiL;-braver, '  Spollr as if I were a shaver,  1 enough to e;ause a rise  in   prices.    This  This   industrial   demand;    however, | \^    ��J���^ f^J^  thou��-h of importance,   is  not  of  itself | plies. .  And warni'il me nut lu waver  Kveu -liuiild it lie a  Buer.  i is mainlv due  t'i  the  demand   for the;  Minearal   Waters.  iliiii. iMiiip lied ami On, iluor.  But tin- darkin'si ���.,.,���,-,I t��� 'liickei',  And i'lir lii-arti,, als siciihmI lu qiiirkrii.  -  * 1111- vi-ry .-'"ills ln'u'aii t��� <i('k,'-,i,  C'luiii-lioi^ tlii'i-i- uiii-icle the , lo; if.  Then lil;,- 11 lii-iimn in a iiiylitni.-iiv,  W'r s:< w siiiih-l hint; rtV'-piii- mil I here,  i^ii-t-liim;- I'l'iilii t hat   dark   upil   mhsiIh-i- void h  '��� ��,;������!! tin- ,",-niip lii-d ami lli" iluor:.  Jin! tin- .-ili'iii'i- ���tti'- iiiiliruk��''ii,  N''l a wo" i 1'V il-' ivti- s;i ��!<������;l,  N-ir 'lid IT - i". ������ mi v tiilii'ii  Mi' tin- sri-nt  ii roilld till! 11 ,111'.  !!,    CAMWION,   Saiulun,   Mmniiarl lires  ijn-- luurdrr;   anil  ~ - ���!:������. j'. ,-s  piilrunaeii'  FVviits <Sc Ooiifeotionei-'y.  So we pin a j.iec.'o! i-ainllr j metal ui the East, cspeciallv in India ; . M ns-r-cnAss aki'iatkd watkiis,  In a "I.ii��" withi.iit a liai.dl". and China" -L Tl'^'l'e &(,',,., Ltd.. s.il,-a^'iii-for Halcvon  '   And trinel to iiirree the niysrie darkness'tween ;       The quailt it y of  si! Vl'X    I a ken    for   OX- | "!=': "J-^r ' :      : port to India in the first half of the year j                       TA-IXjOI^S.  ^showed   mii    increase, of  -!���",   per   cent.. \ "     ���-���    whietli was mainly due lo the'purelr.iscs !,J;   '/'Viih  : of the metal which were forced   on   tlie J from all Ha.-.-,  Indian lloveriniieiit.   When the coinage  .of   silver ��� w>is   discontinued   in    India ;   ������    ,  .   ,     ., ���    i    I     A.   M<-l>ON.M..J.),Maili|,-i,   llfick, Nr!  seven years a^'o, the reserve' which  the, , ,f #    Kmiis. i,.,. Cream, fi. 11. < lnirolatr,-.- Iliu-h'l  iCovernmeut maintaineil against its cir- : :','-'},.('- V"l,''',; '!'-v'-    Ki,l,,M !r" <;iV;,!!! >':"'!;i!'l  -^ # 1 a KoutI'liay . i  : i-ulatinu-   notes   was   largely   in   silver '. ������ ' - - ---���..������..:-��� |  1 rupees,    .vs   tiii^   reserve   was   drawn BOOTS & SHOES.  i upon it   was   renlaejeel   1>\    u-oid,   iiiidcu- ; j   ji,ciiO   r.i.cos.,  Xelsm,,   nivuvi-r in  :li  i the police adopted'-bv the Coverument. i ) '   <'!''������"''��� Wli.!! "'.' I"'>i ii"l'r ^"���'lsoi,mii,::',i  1 ��� ' ,m i licir line ,,! iiusini.'.-s.  ' India is a poor country,   however,   anel '������            ...    ...  I the ."'reat bulk   of  the  business   trims-!    "Wholesale    Mie^olia-iiLs.  j n . I . ,   , actions anions its peojile is in   amounts  To my Friends in the  mean  As I have just returned from a Purchasing Trip in the East, I  am prepared to show you all the latest Up-to-Date goods.  Qualityarid Prices guaranteed to be right, and  O  /  c2J~* "Ua-t  411 the Latest Diamond  Jewelery  Cheaper than  any place  in Canada.  The Ruinous KAKX l'JAXO. The STKAh-X'S BICVCUCS The KAYMllMl  SKWIXG iMACIllXE The I)(J.MICST1C, WHITE, STAN'DA h'li. and WIIKIOUCH  Jir WIliSON SKWIXi; MAOIIIVICS. lirooHics,   KiirinKs,   Itriu-irlotx,   Oull'  Cinlfs,   NVatehes,   Chains.    V<><;kle(>i,    Senrf   Tins,    Kin^s.     .Latest  Sterling  Silver Sovellies. Hrushi's,  (Jomhs,  Mirrors,   Manicure. .Sets,  Tuilm   HoitK-s,   I'uweler  S    B   HuXrs, s'.hoi, lluriis, liiiMon II,inks, ]'arniii�� Halls, ICtc,  I   A   J We are hi'.-e aviai'tei's fur Meriden  Silver  I'luie   W.-ire,  and   Kuyiir's ��� ��� ls47" Kinl ,  W W ^'f"','��� ^"'' also i.'.afry a full line of I'laiiu and 'i'nhle nanijis. Ilrnssdiuiiils, Kire-pliei'e  H S li Mures. I5a,r Supplle -. and ui her lliinirs (no inimeru|i< lu iiiniitiuii. ("all and inspect  yCg  my stuck.    .   Xo trouhlr I" shun-<uuds at  M JACOB DOVER'S,  '     ,t<''Vll 'mail order-1' r.-ectv prompt and  ear,.fill at ieiitioii.        A II v, atcli rmuiriii'-  "THE JEWELER," Nelson, li. '..  a ir.oit,' '-i.  ^  i>  r ������->* >��<"'>�� "s^cir^.M<r^>,ii^ctmj*<^>^ "*^i>^p<"~y^k">i*<r >*<^z?^^^p^pq^  >4 k% k. >< WzS< WclW k% Wcz>W Wz>* W_>rf Wc%��< WczW Wzbw k M  Su we fell upu-i thai eri-atiif-.'  licit tlie must j.ri'i.li.ir fe.-ittiri:  1 if flu-  iTiiwliii"/, d.-iriiiu   d'-iunii   wa.i  the per  finne iliat il tore:-  Tin- spell was Imrsi asunder  Ami llu- -'ineil t lial. rose��� hy Uninclei! -  Well, we ijiiicK-ly saw oil'' lilimder:  'Twas a skunk and notliin^- iu,ii-e.  -   -A   I'liuSl'KITiin.  A INSnOKTli     .tllMXl'l     lIKCilliDS,  ���   V.   (illli-TiX   A   CO.. j'Y.Uii S;..  Xel-oii  I tOO Small lor any gold   COIll    that    m|o-ht;?J,    wh-ie-iie    dealers    i;:    ;.v .visions,   ra;,-,:  i be issued:  and o'o'ld coin does  not  cir  |'^!jl^'.":;''i'rll   i eulate at all in the country,    ttvon   the | ,?,rKN-,.;ir.    ^ioktox   ,t   <�����>.,  \vi��� ie-,0,  I hoards   of   the    people   are   usually   too!   *     .ueirhaiH-.nni Importers:    Mtjiiors.   f.-.-'r.-  i ��� ,  , 11  i anil 1 )rv I Inuiis       .\.''s-in.   \'niieou\','i',   Viep,:-,.:  ! small for "-old, and by necessity as well   ami Lniidmi. K,..e-  i as bv cmstoiii thev are   in   silver.    The ;  1 ��� ���     , ���    ���. ,  !    lOliy     Clieil.iilS'ni     ,V     <���<>.,       Xelsni.  i eleuiaii'l   lor   coined    rupees- connnu'oe! :��(    iii::>urv.-'!'--.��� wimlesnh- eo-,,,-,.;���<:>-, ,i pro-.-wi,.,.  ���NELSON, B.C.  LOCATIONS,  juiii- :'T    Witi-alei-. Duuceii river, -I S Simp-uii. ,   ,  .nine ;::,-''r���p!a.  Cant,  rivet.  "J   Blonm. ,: steadily a ud tiie reserve-' in   the   Indian i ^i^.���'  Hows,.,-, i.ani,, river, c; ii Iirmiin...,-. i Treasury was drawn down so   low   that i ""  .Inly i--l.'ivi;'r Vi-w, l-Jearek...! A McVii'h:.  .July :l --!' .M I-'r. K   si., ,-i;, Oen Soiicey.    Sc.  the Oovenuneiit. bocame. alarmed at  ie  .tL.H3C3-^AI���..  57 5,. ''[fitiSTlrj.;. ',. J../:.. 1'iii-risier. So-  tr>!. Amswui'ti, e:.-on|,. Le,-iniiei-sii.-i w. Mine i-iin'l. \ small auioiint. \\rhen the ne-ce.-'sariiv I ii . licitm-. Nutar.v I'aiiHe. s.-indon, I.!, c'..  Kiisi" ek, Krank Xeison. ' ....... ,.'',. 1 K\'erv I-'rii'liiv at Silver! ,,.. 11  July.|-W  j   Fr.   \v,���.,ii������-y  ck.   I' J    ,;l:il'S'e   expenditures   tor   l.-.nmie   relie.l '  Juno,   WTiitrw.-in.-r.  *..   1!   Hann'iiu:'.     Nellie .1, 1 were added. t he. sit nation became a larni-  Duiii'ini river.e;   !���'  (.'opelann.     Il.-ilila.x,   Lnvduj.  riser.   Alfred   Johii.-..n.     Silver   Bow.   Iiuncau 1 111 i.  rlv(,r- A (i""' i yive wav. and to urder a :.-u-<."e  cedimav : ""     ~^rZ^^^r^7"_~"~'"'  a  -Klsie li, Wuiidliiirv ck,  A 0 Adams,    star, j".    ..       '     '                 ....                '            ,.     ,'.                                  HOTELS.  East river. Archi.: Fletcher.     K.-v Winder. Hall | Ol Sliver   rupees.       'tie   aille.HUIt       I    tills 1   -  ek- Hu"ii McK-iv " '        i ���       "1 ��� lie     ;rs"|I!'- :-!���:!.and iioj;si-:,   xjoi.-.;...   n. c.  1 h,  ,,ll��ll   .'l, l\,,}. 111.H- ,,n, ,,���,,��.     o> j   1 ml    1 lOiui   111 .11   1'    1 ill   ill' ���   ,     5 ,., ,    . ,1 ,.,.,,,     1   ,.        ...     ' ,     , .  ,r ivn.rs ,.r<)i nl a ecu) 11 in, 1,1,-ill,,;.-��� loj- |ra Vi.-le rs  \l    c. muMME-Tr, v.. :..   r... Harrister,  ..��!.    Sulicitur. Noin i'.\   I'ulilie       SaudiHi. H. 1 .'  The  (I-ove.i'iiiiienl   was. forced   to i nr.-oieh niiicr,-.�� \,:,.v ii,'i,v,-!-,.v.-rv s.-iMird.-iv.  .MliS.   ,\Ici)ol  l,.\l.|l.  ! new coiilao-c has 001 bej>.'ii m.-c.le "ul>!ic-; !   \  ���; -Fair View. Jikie Kidee. Alex Miller. I, ,     ' , ... .    ' *  7 -Pdnci- Ivhvarii.iiei.iaek.in^.iisprin^cks. j ])u[ '^ ll��J purcoase, ol stiver cootinue,  .1 Mclsa-ie.   Ayi r-hire. sa-me, .1 Aoili'i-soii. 1 it liiuv beinferred i. lial a limit   has   not i-jurr:  A ui.\ x<;:-e>v  iioii;!., slocan i.'iiy.  !���--Kosr, Ainswurl'ii.e- L Oi-iHli.    ./es-ie, l.ardo- ! i.,,,.,, '������   ...i,,.,! i   i     is iieiir,!|,iarP. rsf"! .MinhiM; ,.,ml :.:...|-umi'r.-ial  Iluiiean, W It Smith. .. j been ��� (MC lied. ! Mm,.    10-:i a ;xo .S: !li:Ni)i:i:so,v.  i     Besicies tliis'-loveriiiiient dem.-cid, flie I "        ~--7~~---:-~^?r-:���=7^7^r���r----��� :--���  lii--D.-iuit;l. Milfurd ek. SamtH'l M illin-loii.  n--liid"pi'mleiii'i'    ;i,i  s.ii-iiie-s eiamp,  a   <> I private   purchases   id   silver   for   India '  i-ln-i't.    v II K.   p., ;,r  ,-k, ,|   i;   .Murray.    Iron;; '. , , , ;   J-PCD^t  ;A.Lj]  have e-onfmued -,\>  ai'o'e  as   usual  V :     4     >��������V !'';'', CtN��l   AND  TWO   i.OTS jn Xew  ,-\     Denver.     \ only at Tin-  {,'.;;��;;���: I itlicc     if  CCiCniXG    ..ml  . Til i:    l.Klli.K,   Xi-W  F inif, Hamuii! '-k. Til,- ��� Duli.-yn  i:!���,\lei-cii:-y.   tci. .-;iivcr and Fry r-ks. M V. I has ljeeii noted herefeifore that iii l'.-i.uiine !   __  Oil,--onali. .lupiirr. sam-..F W IJ'idsay.   Saliiri.- , .... ,     ..      , .   ,, ' --,,,7,    . ���< i a-^-i-;> i- i s.-  sume.J'h'idi'h.-iieu-h.      Mai-s.,aiii,', c ��i Simpson   i years sales ol silver to i netia no not   laii ; ���{ " (-.     i:����>n.i..\h  Watenord. Pet   Hri^s  ���,.!  C,,,--.,.,,,  ,-ks.   H    A ; ..(^ us lnj.,ht be' expecte-d;   and   t b is has i IVuver/1' '  i:;-'''oied... Hoi springs Camp,   D (,.: stroheck. j 'oeen the case (luring the present   year. ! ^j7v,^Tr^tTe)T^Txc.T.Td n^^T^Tu  Mascor.,ame..J R llaniie. i      F���r c).jna the eleuuind has been   oi. a ; ^   Till- nKno.c.  1.1 ��� .iluiid, I'rawfiird ck.Chas Burmii. Xorlhurn i   ,.-,. ,  ,       . ,,,,        , . ,     ,       .,     ,      .-   l.i.e-ht x���2, Woudimry ck, 0 c Puynix.     silver I different basis.     1 he shipments to   that] l^^IlXTTIiSTeC*-.  Queen. C^uartz ck. Thus At Dully      ' emmt i-\- fni-   llm    h'rst   li-ilf   cif   the    v-e-n- i  " ���:   l,;-Majes.ic.W,od.���,rv.C!,,sH  ilea,,.    Iloxer i    ��'!lU  '    ,,}1    l\   h   "f    ' ',M   ()1    tht  .-V ('"  !  -A   liXV|.n.O !��!���:��.   u-i.I, your name  alidad  Fr Jacksuu I'-iasin. Sam Vew^vamler.    M;mel M i have l.ieeil nearly double,   those   Ol    last i "JVl   dress priined thereon, sent to any address  Fr  Jack-,,.i Hasi.,   J .1 Fli-utu' ; mi ���    i        "      ��   i it. ' "'' ;i0 eenls-    Tut: la-mcic. New Denver.  ...;'...',." year.    This has  not  been   due  to  any ; , , .���      ,   j.ilv.'1-j') .,,i.a^^uMK;r.'o,,awa. Ahhina. ' -reiU ''.crease in trade, but to  the   fact j ~ ,��,!,.",,��,.- "Tf"��  CuJd Hill, Kv.-iiiii.ec G-Iury. Bird.Caledonia, Twi- i that I;airopean nations���especially  Kus-i l'1('sc'il1   slatc   0|   'U1'llls  tlieie.    II,   as  li^lii.Twiii-ht Xol\ Wui.'se. h-uyal, Diamuud j , ,,,,,,;,.���, ..���.���.. .,���"-,������,,, | seems probable, laro-e foreitjn forces are  Juliilfic,   Apex.   Twin     Lakes,    Green.    Tonv, ! Mil ��� !l;l\ c' Ol'eil Spe!ll(llU<{ ldl o e .linClUlllS ! ' ��� f  Tread well    Philunian.   Crcen   Lakes    Fraciio'n. ! ;,,    ('),;.,.>    foe   ,.u,l,.r,.i,l    luiihlin.i.     min,. I to be kept ill the country for some time,  J..Im A, Alii'e   Fr.  .Marguerite  Fr,  Bertha.    l-iln   LhMl''    l01    l��ll10'l(l   "milelllio,    mine, ' ��� . '  suhiirhiu., silent   Friend.  laverpool. Lodestar. ' explorations,    improvements   of    ports i ]'��ynicnts must oe made tor   t.heir  sub-  silvur spray .Silver flow M.miitiim view, Royal ; ,       ........_    ......   r,.���;,.   .,���..,.,.���,.,.��� | sistence and other purposes which   will  Clipper,   a-linkor.il,  Fourth olJiCv,   llammill i anil otliei   we.UKs,   anct   then    JldA IlientS : '       '  Creek,   Silver   Buy.   Red   lilepliain".   Excelsior. ] i ��� ,(1 i toi-u-el v nride in sil vim-      Tlie ' 1)e vei'.v lal"(' in t!u' a��'s,'��'A"lt<J; and for  Onuro, In.sur-entXo  ->,   Insurseiit Xo 1,   Frisco,    ll,U (' llC(n  !alMcl.>   m-ltlC IU Sll\ CI .       t lie.  Cresswell, Cresswell Xo Li. Criiekshot. Xo l, Crack-, demand thus created had to be met  bv  shot No 2.   'l-Biu-oess K'inc;, Lunarkshir, Sylvia.. ' . ,, ,     , ',  Culm Nol'.   ii���Xoiiy "Woods, .Minnie L, Marv j. ; purchases  in   the   open   market,   and  Andrew J,  Utiea.    lO-Empress  Fr.   Kmpress, | tho-<> liov<' bpcMi ;i   factor   nuife   as   ini-  Uritlaimiie,    Alpha.      il���Ulm;  Bh-el. Surprise, ; u��e..o na\ e. ooe.n a   nicioi   qiino   <ia   im  12���Dura-liar../riser,   i-'���Klma. Xew Km.   is���j portant as the Indian buvino- in   tnain-  Ainsworth, Had Fr. Lake View, Ruhv Fr,  I X L ! '   .    . . ���,,       . "7 . _, .  Fr,   Buimi.'i-. Mi. nt), HiiminiiiK Bird, Onoka.! tannn����� prices,    ihe demand for  China  vvnoiesaie  eaters lii_^^-  a no f-r^o"  { igars  Write for I Vices.  Our Stock is the Largest in Kootenay  iM"AD0S3Rt  13  ���a     ?  $ PHOTOGRAPHERS ^  ��� VANCOUVER ANn NEi.r--.vOiX,   B.C. ^  The laro'csf, a,ntl most complete stock  in Kooleoav.    l^rices iiwuv <[o\v?i.  eLson Hardware Co.,sn>*o*,u.c..  Breweii'S of Fine Ln^er Beer anel d'ortcr��� -the best in tli���: land.     Oon-csi>ond-  encc solicited.    Address  R. REISTERER & C0.y Nelson, B.C.  ^V'^K^S!      J&,      f^H HEAVY    AND    SHELF  ':::^-7��ii,.'t.,--.*w��'V'T''hV'VI|-,^f  ' 'I  J  rM��^^,, -,..,...; >,-.. ,7-v  S^^^���"���>''������'������'���''���'���'���'.l  '';i;v: ^.'.'  rhe Miners  xcham  B   N'   A.   Lynx   Fr, H.-ivami,   FleLeher. C^uba, ; :���   iji.p|v   i,,   ..rmriiino   -nid   nviv   he^   in.  Wonder,   Copper  lleael. Secret,   .lack    Knhliit.    ls   11Keiy   10   continue   ,111(1   ill,li    OC   111-  .Pilot, Wencss, Br.u'riet. Myrtle. Red Star, True! creased rather than diminished  bv   the  Blue.   II���Cyclone.  Hazel Mav,  Bi^ Four, Deer ��� "  Park, M [', Minnie H, Kel I'nnee.   Black Ai-pel- j     liti.    Ill���Martha. Blaek Hawk. St Faul. Red Star, ' t^^. ^  "Verni". Helene. Cook, Fijiiity,  Mammotl-..     17��� j    /"\ "  Lucky R ,1). Sultan.  CKKTIKICATK OK   IMPKOVKMlt.M'rf.  July S���Cresa nt.   IU-Dublin.  rilANSI'-KUS. |  July   3���I-lard-ernir.hle,  Chief   ami   Mironda, '  CI J lionry and C H Green to  C;  I>   Westby,  0p.  tion to pure'hiiHe for S-'.aOO.  Kveninjj ('.lory, i, J F Metson to  Rio Riddell.  Goid Hill. j. E Montrevii to R W Riddell.  Trueliehers. \, A W .Johnson and 1' A Carlquist  lo C.; Lofsteadt,  Braeelet, 1-ii. !' A   Carlqnist  to G Lofsteadt.  Ahibaina, },, Bloounnu'ton, J,  (i Lot'iteaelt to A  \V Johnson.  Bracelet, l-��',. I* A G.irleiuisl to A W JoliiiHou .  Jn ly a���Minnie Ha Flu, J tiulg-er to W Mereier  M Q2��-  Our Reception  Ko,  Visitors  alwavs  welcome.  ^Stl Q  these payments silver must be had.  ITpon the whole, it appears probable  that the demand for silver will he lar��-e  for some time to come, and that the  meital will command hi��-h prices���hig'h.  that is, in comparison with those which  have been the rule for several years  past.���E. &, M. .Journal.  Ads, like bread, are evisily spoiled in  the making'.  'the only liist-class hob'l in  Three Forks  N\ * . .     .    ---  ���    ^t-.   ., . .r-irr.-i-���  ���    ���-���^���^���  XELsn.X, B. e'.  Coal, Iron,  Steel, Blowers,  Water Motors,  Trua-x Ore Cars,  Ore Buckets,  Rails, Belting-,  Packing*,   Wire Rope.  Trn and Sheet  Iron Workers  KASho. B. C. SANDON'. li. C.  Home Cookiui;' and hest of  aceiinimodali'iiis.    Hugh Niven, Prop.  The  'III    IAr.rr.|u.|uil ^   . /  ioouiis lilled with ;i ^-Y  /7>. fr-.  ��-^~v~\  hoiceeolleetion of \(    )(    )        I    )  'hototfraphs, whichilire J     ' vy V7 I     \ J  Portraits,  I1U Columhia Ave.. Knsl.  Rossland, B. C.  First stairwav east of Lineoln St.  works of art and cannot   '  fail to interest vou.    Garhoi.*, I'hiirlish  Platinotypes, IMalinos. Kna.meled Sepias,  and Tinted Photo&rraphs cover our walls.  duly .'.-Great Britain.  II   !���:  .lolmson to R Mc-   ]"     j-j      QOWMAN     M:lk,:r of Arlisli<  Matrfrie, M A Ke.lly t,..Joli.-i Ki'My.  July '.i-11'..mestiike and Vosetnite. Kvelyn VI  Satiifilands release to II MacdoiiAld and >T\\liie-  donald. j  Homesl.ike and Vi.semre. J raeli, R Mai'dnim Id {  and N" Mni'donald n. (.' II (ircen.  ���July  10-Kmprrss   Fr.   U"   S   Dren-rv   to   .1   .1  Siiullerois. J iiit.toTii l'.-n-r. |int. I .,    i;llmilr.y in a rapid  Knipress Kr, K S ('lenient- to W S hrewrv. ; and r-IIie'ieiit inanner.    Lonk ihein tip when .  !'..|i n i irill an I . 'ivsaut. \ eai'li. .1 I) (inokt'i  I) A  Ki'ii'laii.  Su li-ui and h'i'[,i;l,lir I  t'i']',.  I'rni'ti'i', 5 im in ������-���!���-I i.  ���'. .1 ,) shall.-r. ss"{  in-, in  '-a iii  Knil'iv.e, . I'i; I'l'iH'ti-r and W s I )r.- wrv t,, ,J  ,J shjli'-i'.i-i-  July ! i    Ii.in KiiiL  The Kootenay    Neison,  Steam Laundry ��-i�� ���.��.��"�� >���-.-  ^    laiimlry in a rapid  Fitted with  every modern  convenience.   Special protec-  "��� , ���  iwi X7        .. . .   ���    ^       tion against (ire.   Rates ��2.50  Your Linen is not Spotlessi.,,,..of npi. ,,..���  ���-ri.'iiiiii-. w -, pi-mvi-,-     . i<uiU'?o pei   <iav.  :5^  ASLO riOTEL  Family & Commercial.  arge  And  Comfortable  Rooms  j   Aylwin  This hotel is near the Enterprise, on Ten Mile creek, anel  convenient to travelers to  and from Camp Manstield  and Smuggler mine.  George Aylwin.  Get your Cigars  at the Cabinet  Cigar  Store   in  WelSOn. ��.b.mattiikw.  Are household words in Ivootenay. They have  retail shops in nearly every camp of Boundary  and Ivootenay, and wholesale shops at Nelson,  Rossland, Vancouver and other favorable points.  They are now showing at their many shops the  finest line of steaks and other meat productions  ever exhibited in this land ol' mountains, By  buvino' from them vou will always have food  that will appease your gastronomical desires  and render unto your physical anatomy the  strength so necessasy to keep in the front  wherever force and power are essential.  DR. MILLOY,  DENTIST  When in NELSON see our  ROSSLAND.  E. SKINNER, Tailor  Fred. J. Squire,  Manager.  0. M. ROSEND,  COCKLE &  PAPWORTH,  Proprietor*.  T   I 'iilrumi'   |i -I Muiii.  ciiNsin/riNi; .MKTAU.ri;e;i<r  MIXING  KNGINKKK  I'orllaiid.e iri'iron  .July 1.'.���(Sr.'.-ii Hritiim ^r.nip. \. J.ihn i.vml Id  S A  Ha run.in " * ,  ���> A  Hartriui n   :o   H   llutnian. a-ii^iniii'iil  .,t       '' '' ''' '���  TT-.rkinic hniid  ei (ireat. Ihita in .trrmip.  I.ihur.il. Whit'-water l>-������ -1��� Kr. Vo.ietnile Fr, and ;  Ore.,'.,n, 't.ii'h. i; K L llr.iivn |.. Karl Svndieate. '  I,nl. : Advice-inn mines,  milium  properlir.s and Iheii  Ki'Sinvam, Silvr Six, Silv-r I'luinr,   LydiaA.I workiims Glaims.     I'l-ospi-cts,    anil  Dmni.'Lr.iii. Ath"l. Viinkee   Kid  and I-dtuid liov, ,, , ���  iili int. A M-Millan to A  Keown. ; M uir--tneked:   f-nliipames orjfan-  Kuhy i-'r, I) K Sir-.heck m P K Kisln-r.  K.iuleii-iv   H.-il.   1-i.  A    \V   (Yitiemlen   lii'W  V mm'. '>  July    ".''. -Mammoth   .nn!    Ivpiiiv.   1-1".   R  Bvi_rCrJ :o M ,.\ -iim.-f.nir.  TIIK    >II.\i:U     IIARKKI,  i/.nl.     (.!.-" pita I   fiiriiished.  . tie! ri'i'i-:;; i;-,- ;u tlit> !,nco ���,; >;lvcr  l;;i.s ciiii--":! ;e ::';.ii'! 'iim! '.; c-niiMiiciit. n-  weil ;i3 ,'if ���.-'->-,.. ;''-i-!.tii-i' ;'.-������ to iIih futuri'  course of :i'c cjiii-'tu! i-���!;.-.. in ~nmi.  ;�� 'li.-iHi-itii.n   ;,,   ri'^'.-iril  i.li'F.AT hKMANli KiiR l'K( i.M 1SING Sil.VKK  hKAIi    PKilPKh'TIKS. j   . I  JOHNVVILLIAIVISI  Dealer in j  IMPORTED I  AND DOMESTIC CIGARS!  ANDTOBACOOES  PiPES, &C.  >  quart its ;!:,���!!��� ;�� ���  the: ri.se- ;i.s 'a���:_;eI ������' >|M'i-iil:itivo,  ,,i-,   ;,or  h;iik. r;iic ;,-, ��� :���>��� ;iit:��� ,u   nl"   oariios   run  I.re,]lini;' ;i h-ivjre' ,-ili;iri'  nf   ;lic  ���nitpn!   nf  (::'��� :no!a:: i.i.i   'nr thi- view 111��* n ��� sne>.)ii  t" i"' "im;; i:; t io  .'- ��� t3n��� ]:tt:��� ��� 11.    'r !n*ri*   has  I'C-vi! <..:,:,'   -:,.���(���'.'-:i t i-.''���   iuti'i'i'^t    :;,   liie  t;.;::-:,; :���; .   i 1 ��� 1"   ' .f   ��� -;,    n;ri:  ' ��� ��� '���'���.'" .'i -.i- ;il!V  ii..-,;���!���,-.[  ::j'!-i:-:i. ������  , i,   nii-.t.-iti-.h-:   ;i:,m   Newiiiiirkoi' Block. New Denver  ^   V;tn '.'iiniji Luncl) (icioets,   Confection-  cry and Fruit,.  MATHS IN (;ONNECrrr()N.  Push!  Push!!  Push  Its push! push!! push!!! ;i little  beyound what nature intended  or can stand, that ruins so  many eyes. Work neyer kills;  it's overwork���neglect���abuse  that impairs any org-an 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 properly adjusted glass  would now save him.  Patknai-uk Bkcis., Nelson.  Opticians, Refract ion ists.  on: cokskt DKPAirr-  MKN'T   IS   CI'-TO-DATK  IN   ALL   STYLUS   AND  PRICKS.  Fred. Irvine & Co.,  NELSON, B. C  MILLINKltY���ALL TIIK  LATKST STVLKS AT  LOWEST   PRICKS.  Why .send Lust tor your Dry C-Jooels when you can purchase from us and have them by next clay's mail, at  prices AS LOW, IF NOT LOWKK, than the Pepartinental Stores of the East? We have one of the  largest stocks in all eleparttnents in the West���Muttons, Sheetings. Linens, Dress (iooels,"Silks, White-  wear, Corsets.   Gloves,    Heady-made  Shirt?,   Costumes,   Carpets.    Floor   Oilcloths, Linoleums, Curtains,  Window Shades,  Kte.        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