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 Volume- VII. -No, 9.  NEW DENVER, B. C, NOVEMBER 30, 1899.  Price, $2 00 Year  " SLOGAN GAMP NEWS-!  LOCAL-  CHIT-CHAT.  83  &x&m&$%x&sg& as ss ssa^ssss^^3  I gentleman is held here.   Mr. Cleland  j leaves for Eugene, Ore., next week.  lj Rev. J. F. Betts, of New Westmin-  j steiyand ex-president of the B. C. conference of the Methodist Church, is announced to deliver an address in the  Methodist church here next Thursday,  at'8 p.m. Mr. Betts will speak on he-  half of the Columbian Methodist college.  All are welcome to the meeting.  SLOCAN CITY   NEWS IX BKIKF.  Wm.  Anderson left Saturday  on  business trip.  The carpenters of Nelson have organized a .-union.     . ;  Business to and fro on the lake has  greatly improved.  Nelson's street railway will he in operation next month.  C. B. Taylor will re-open his hotel at  Enterprise Landing.  ���The new Anglican church, at Slocan  ���City, is to he formally opened early in  December.  J.Moore, inspectorof roads and trails,  was here last week, sizing up the road  to the Forks.  There are always well meaning persons among us ready to direct the char-  .ity of others..  Sandon parties are pushing matters  for the proposed trail from Cody to  South Kaslo.  Nelson is agitating for an improvement iu the mail service to the Boundary country.  Rev. Mr. Duncan will conduct divine  service at the Presbyterian church next  .Sunday morning.  .He had one great factor for success in  this world���an infinite capacity for  holding his cards.  Sendees in the Methodist church next  Sunday, morning and evening. Rev. A.  E. Roberts, pastor.  C. F. Nelson is removing his drug  and bookstore to the Williamson block,  next the postoffice.  ���Christmas is but four weeks away  ���despite the Italian urbanity of the weather now prevailing.  Jack Lind relumed from the Okana-  gan on Saturday, looking as fat and  plump as an alderman.  There are some women whose desire  "is to be all things to all men, instead of  everything to one man.  The New Denver Miners' Union has  leased the Pyman hall and fixed it up  in a comfortable manner  The K. & S. surveyors, who have been  surveying for the Slocan lake extension, have been taken off.  It was a moment for mental reservations. One wonders whether such are  taken account of in Heaven.  "Snow," said the Frenchman, ;'is like  -tire reserve of a young girl; it keeps  warm that which is beneath it 'Y,     ���  Saturday's express from Sandon had,  ��� a bad run-off about two miles below  ������.that city.   Traffic was dehiyed a day.  ���Capt. Wainwright, charged with issuing worthless cheques at-' Nelson,  has  beenY sentenced to three months'   imprisonment .-  ..Gordon Sutherland had a nasty  fall  SLOCAN    -VIINI5UAL    FLOAT.  The Wakefield will increase its bunk-  house accommodation.  Six inches of ore is  showing in the  Queen Fraction tunnel.  The Oregon City, Ten Mile, is to undergo expert examination.  The Ruth concentrator has had its  electric light plant installed.  The lower tunnel on the Hewett has  broken, into a foot of zinc ore,  The capacity of the tramway at the  Last Chance is to be increased.  Thirty tons of ore was shipped by the  Mollie Hugdies this week to the Trail  smelter.  Two carloads of ore was shipped this  week by the Noble Five. The ore bin  is filled up.  Lane and Norman, Three Forks,have  received a contract for 150 feet of tunneling on the Standard. '  A new crosscut tunnel has been started on the Payne. Four men are working on it under contract.  Vancouver parties will stock the Get  There Eli group, on Twelve Mile  There will be 1,000,000 shares at 25  cents each.  Ten men are now working at the Miller creek. Three shifts are to be put on  so soon as some necessary improvements are effected.  Ore cars and rails are being sent up  to the properties Geo. Hughes is working at Paddy's Peak. Accommodations  for a larger force are being completed  WELLINGTON    CAMP   NEWS.  "���off the high sidewalk on Sixth street,.  Monday night. He received a severe  shaking up.  A social hop was given in the Bosun  hall on Monday night, ft was well attended and was voted the most enjoya-  ; ble affair of the season.  Dr. Brouse made a flying trip to Na-.  ; kusp, Friday, by special engine, to at-  : tend engineer Jack Cadden, who had  ; been taken seriously ill.  D. Melntyre and J. Lind departed on  Tuesday for western Ontario, where  they /will spend the Xmas holidays  ampng.friends and relatives.  Five men are employed on the Vancouver, one of the promising Wellington  camp properties.  A great amount of work is being done  on properties on Johnson creek, near  Crown Point camp.  The lead on the Columbus has been  uncovered for a considerable distance  showing it to be 30 feet across.  Properties in the Wellington camp,  around Phoenix, are rapidly being developed, and are showing up welt  A shaft has been sunk on the ledge on  the' Rambler, showing three feet of ore,  earrying copper and gold .values.  - . Good ore is .-being anown from the  .Last Chance', on Hardy mountain. It  assays in gold, -'silver, and copper to the  value of $20 to the ton.  On the Buttercup an incline shaft of  40 feet depth has been sunk, also a 25-  foot shaft and three 15-foot shafts, all of  which are on the lead, which has been  proven by cross-cut to be 12 feet across.  The ore is pyrrhotite, and the formation  is the same as that on the Winnipeg.  Serious .Stubbing- AlI'rMy.  The Ladies'Aid of the Presbyterian  church will give a concert tonight in  honor of St. Andrew's.  Jackson Radcliff purchased a house  and lot last week on Main street, between Fletcher and Fitz ave.  G. Miller has purchased the house, and  lot formerly occupied by W. Coplen, in  West Slocan, from Mulvey & Clement.  R. G. Boyes gave an exhibition of  motion pictures, with phonograph accompaniment, in the Music Hall, Friday  night, to a good-sized audience.  Percy Dickenson put 20 men to work  on Monday to complete the wagon road  from here to  Lemon creek.   This will  be of great assistance in taking supplies  up to the various  mines.    If the government could be induced now to do  their part  in  continuing the road up  Lemon creek, it would be of the utmost  benefit to those who are spending their  money and time to  open  up that very  valuable section'.    There is no question  that this section demands more attention from the provincial government in  the building of roads than  has so far  been given, airl a  larger share of the  money that has been and is being collected here from licenses and poll tax  should be invested in the camp.  The new schoolhonse is now completed. It is 24x4S feet, two stories,and  particularly well ventilated and lighted  by very large windows. The teachers  and pupils commenced work in the new  quarters Monday morning, and are delighted with their surroundings. The  building is situated in the middle of  ���even lots, so that there is plenty of  playground outside, there being a total  of 210 feet on Nelson street. There are  75 scholars attendm."1 the school, with  two to.Mchers. J. R. Clement is principal and Miss L. E. Moss assistant. In  the last government inspector's report,  the Slocan City school was reported as  being run for less expense than all  other schools of the province, excepting  two  J. C Shook, with his Ontario friends,  have completed arrangements to take  over the Calumet and Hecla groun from  T. Mulvey, R. Clement and N. Nelson,  and work  was started Monday     The  price is in the neighborhood of 835,000  on a bond, with a cash payment down  W. G. McGregor put  through the deal.  The property is situated on the summit  between  Lemon and Dayton   creeks,  about one mile from the Evening- Star.J  The ledge   is quartz,   carrying   high  values in gold and silver." Tt "is a strong-  vein, being from 20 to 40 feet wide, but  the ore is   principally   concentrating  No shipments will likely be made until  a plant is erected for treating the ore-  on the'ground.   The enclosing country  is granite, with quartzite and a belt of  lime  spar.    The work   already  done  consists of a crosscut tunnel of 220 feet,  cutting the ledge, at a depth of 170 feet;  and a 45 foot drift on the lead.; There  are also several open cuts on the sur-  THK   LABOR    SITUATION.  Despite the assurance that was given  last week of the immediate settlement  of   the labor difficulty,   complications  have since arisen  to  prolong negotiations and make the settlement of a less  general character  than   was at first reported.    Just what, the difficulty is nobody seems to know, but there, is every  indication that  the matter will be settled .uid work resumed on the. big properties within a week.   Since the premature publication of the reported settlement, the union  members and the  mine managors have been  more reticent in  giving information  and  very  little can be learned of their doings,  though they are in  conference���or, as  they would, rather put it, "interviews"  ���almost daily.   The end is surely close  at hand,   and may  be looked for any  day.  The report is current that a conference  was held this week in Kaslo between  representatives of the Managers' Association and the Miners'Union of Sandon,  and the Kaslo Board of Trade. This  would indicate that the point at issue  between the miners and managers is  such that it connot be settled without  the assistance of a third party, and it  would seem that the Kaslo Board of  Trade is acting in the capacity of arbitrator. What was done, or what may  be the outcome of the conference, remains to be seen. There is the persistent rumor that work in the big mines  will be resumed at once.  THE M0NASMEEI  Enormous Beer Consumption.  London Home Magazine: With every  tick of the  clock, ��6 15s worth of beer  vanishes   down    the    world's   throat;  every minute ��410 worth disappears;  every hour the world  pays ��24,651 for  its beer; and every day it swallows the  yearly  income   of   3,000   middle class  families in nearly ��(->00,000 worth of the  "brown    beverage."     Stupendous   as  these figures are, especially  when we  consider that the world's beer bill for a  year amounts to ��216,000,000 sterling,  the figures which represent the quantity  consumed   are   incredible.    The   beer  which  is   consumed    throughout   the  world in a  single, year  would make a  lake tt feet deep, 3*| miles long,  and a  mile wide, or 2.139 acres in area.    In  this vast lake of beer we could easily  drown all the English speaking people  to the number of 120,000,000 throughout  the entire world, or we could in ve a  beer bath to every man,  woman and  child at the ,same; time in the  entire,  continent of America, while all the peoples of England, Scotland, Ireland and  France could find standing room on its  bed. .���  The Hired Girl.  face.  The Queen Hates  Gambling.  Last week a serious stabbing affray  happened at the Enterprise hotel, Ten  Mile. It was the result of- a quarrel between Sam Long and "Kelly the Packer.." both of whom were freighting on  the creek. The latter, who is inclined  Jphnny  Barnes  has been given the  to be tough, slashed Long twice in the  express run into the Boundary. His  place on the N. & S. R. has been taken  by W. C.Hall, formerly of  Winnipeg.  C. Heinze and Morris Davis have put  up a snug cabin and blacksmith shop on  the Mollie, Ten Mile,and purpose doing  considerable work. They have a very  promising property.  Rev. Mr. Cleland preached his farewell sermon , to his Presbyterian congregation here last Sunday, havino-  changed the date at the last Trio men t.  The church was filled by members of  every congregation, testifying to the  'warm   esteem in. which the reverend  chest with a knife,one wound requiring  five stitches Dr. Elliot, Slocan City,  attended to Long's injuries, and he  stated that half an inch more would  have ended Long's career. Kelly has  since disappeared.  "Married at Nelson.  Married at Nelson, on the, 21st inst.,  by the Rev. Robt. Frew, Albert Ernest  Taylor, accountant of.the.Bank of Montreal, New Denver, to Miss Ada Florence Davison, of Halifax, N. S. Mr.= .  ancl Mrs. Taylor have taken up their  residence in the Kerr cottage.  No  stronger evidence of her sentiments can be given Chan her refusal to  allow the Prince oi  Wales to make use  of   Windsor   Castle   during the Ascot  races. Although Windsor is within easy  drive   of   the   Ascot   course,  and   the  Queen, with her court, always away in  Scotland at the  time  of the races, yet  the prince is invariably driven to lease  a country seat in the  neighborhood  of  Windsor tor the  Ascot   week at an expense he can  ill  afford.    He is obliged  to do this because  his  mother will   not  permit games of hazard under her roof.  She is willing to give  him   the.  use of  Windsor  Castle   provided   lie  will  abstain froi'n cards     Rather  than complv  wiih the stipulations  of  his  venerable  mother he  prefers to   lease  a 'country  seat at an. expense of S25,00U for a single  week, where he  can   surround  himself  with his own cronies and play cards as  he pleases.  Sour Faced   Woman:    You -ret  right  out of here or I'll call my husband!  Tramp: Your husband ain't at home.  Sour Faced   Woman:   How   do you  he ain't?  ...Tramp:    Pave al'lers  noticed. Mum,  -that when a man is married to a woman  like you, he never is at home except at  meal time.  Behold the hired girl when she swim-',  meth in the prosperity of a high labor;  market.   She dresseth like the Queen  of Sheba the.while she applieth at the;  agency ,for a'position in a small family  without, washing   or    children      She  lightly promiseth  her services to the  anxious housewife to begin next Monday morning, but cometh not again toi  service, for she hath taken another job  at a dollar's advance.    She burnetii the'  steak   and   breaketh   the   china,   and.  crieth, "Ah, ha! I  am in larse request.'  I can wipe my feet ou the upholstery of'  the earth, and  I  shall not be called  to  account therefor."   Shegoeth out to see  her cousin for an  hour aiid remameth  three days.   She   leaveth" the floor beneath the beds unswept. and permitteth  the cat to eat her rich- dish rag. for she  knoweth that neatness is not a necessity  in good times.   She giveth much back  sass and quietly deeampeth on the eve  of house-cleaning.  THK    LIViNG    DUAL).  What shall we. do with our dead?  The dead who have not died���  Who meet us still in the very paths  Where they once walked by our side.  Not those that we love and mourn,  At rest on a distant shore,  Biu the lost yet living women and men  Whom we loved���aiid love no more.  There are shroud aud flower and stone  To hide the dead from our sight,  But these are ghosts that  will  not be  laid���  They come Wixt us and the light:  And the heaven loses its blue.  And the rose has worms at the core,  Because of the living women and men  Whom we loved���aiid love no more.  - ���Edith Bigelow.  If old man McTntyre, who discovered  the Monashee mine on  the mountain of  that name, lives  a  few years more, he  will in all  probability see.a great mining camp in the district in which he labored with such indifferent success 18  years ago.    When  the  Cherry creek  placer excitement was on in 1881 2, a  prospector named  Mclntyre located a  rich quartz ledge on  Monashee mountain and staked three claims.   He interested Forbes G.Vernon in the find,  and a Huntingdon mill was placed upon  the property.   The ledges .were rich,  but the mill  would not save the gold,  and Forbes G. Vernon finally let his interest  go.     The   claims  were  crown  granted and the property has remained  idle for years, though during its operation it is said that 810,000 worth of rock  was shipped from  it.   Mclntyre is now  70 years of age, and another partner,  who   lives  in New Westminster, has  reached 75 years.   Their property: is  now said to have an immense value.  Samples taken from the most westerly  of their three claims give an average  of S10 per ton in free gold,  while the  ledge on the claims to  the east on the  Kettle river side is so rich that free gold  can be seen in almost every shot that  is put into it.  The Monashee mine   was   virtually  forgotten until three years ago, and it  was not until John B. and Harry Olds  and Harry Page, who were ranching in  Fire Valley,  made a prospecting trip  round   Monashee   mountain   and  the  headwaters of Kettle river, that anything- further was heard of the old pro.  perty.     The   Olds   party came  upon  good looking quartz; They located four  claims, and for two years worked quietly upon their development.  They were  undisturbed, and   before  the   outside  public learned much of their discovery  they had done enough work to show up  a magnificent prospect.    Through their  three claims four strong parallel ledges  run.   Their mode of prospecting- was  the sinking of a  number of shafts, the  deepest of which  is down 30 feet; and  the running of open cuts and stripping  of the ledges, which has been done for  700 feet.   The ledges have a uniform  width of about six- feet, but in one place  one of them shows to a width of 40 feet,  and another ledge  with  a width of 31  feet on the surface  widened out to 6>��  feet in 25 feet depth.   The ledges have  walls of porphyry, the ledge matter being brittle quartz, carrying gold values  of from $10 to' $63, and sampling it is  said to tun $40 to the ton.  Curiosity as to the value'of the Olds  property drew-Robert Shiell and other  Nelson-men into :the district last spring.  The Shiell brothers staked easterly and  westerly extensions of the Olds group,  but   have   done   nothing   but   surface  work   so   far.    Following them David  Whiteley, or Red Paddy as he is better  known, staked his celebrated group' of  prospects on Monashee mountain, from  which, with practically no'.work' done  upon them, some of the   richest gold  samples seen in  Kootenay have been  taken.   On the same mountain George-  Doyle and Fred Williamson have located claims, from  which  big surface assays have been  made.    Last  week R.  Madden, Mickey Monaghan and   Mike  O'Brien staked eight other claims in the  neighborhood of  Red Paddy's find, two  of them being extensions of his promising group  Robert Shiell, who   was the leader of  the latest rush   into   the  Monashee district, says that  the  district  has everything to warrant a   liberal expenditure  of money.    The section  so  far covered  is about six miles square in extent, and  all told- about   fifty   claims  have   been  staked.    The ledges appear to be uniformly strong, but in most instances  it  is necessary  to  gv.t   down   to the solid  quartz before  values  can  be obtained.  The Olds have been   offered substantia!  prices for their property, but they decline to sell.    They   will   be   the only  claim holders  in  the district to  work  this winter, but upon the result of their  work will in a great  measure depend  other operations  in  the spring-.    They  are now running' a  crosscut tunnel  to  tap the four parallel ledges.   They cut  the first ledge in 14 feet, but at practically no depth, and have 400 feet to run.  to reach the farthest ledge, upon which  they will have a depth of 200 feet.  The best way into the district is byway of Vernon, if supplies are to be taken in, as the Cherry creek wagon road  runs within five miles of the camp; but  for men going in light, the camp can be  made by a 30-mile ride over the trail up'  Fire Vallev.���Tribune.-  FROM   THK   DEVIL'S   .TESTBOOK.  ladv  tyrannous  them a  Beside the sewing table, chained and  bent, .  They,stitch for the  and proud���  For ��� her Y-wedding- gown, for  shroud;  They stitch and stitch, but never mend  the rent?  Torn in life's.golden.curtains. . Glad  Yoiith went,  And left theih 'alone with Time; and  now if-bbwed  With burdens they should sob and.  cry aloud���  Wondering, the rich would look from,  their content.  And so this glimmering1 life at last recedes  In unknown, endless depths beyond,  recall;  And what's the worth of all our ancient  creeds,  If here at the end of ages this is all���  A white face floating in the whirlin��r  ball,  A dead face plashing in the river reeds?  ���Edwin Markham.  DUSK.  herds of clouds across  down,   and  The frightened  the sky  Trample the  sunshine  chase the day  Into the dusky forest lands of gray  And sombre twilight.    Far, and faint,  and high,  The wild goose trails his barrow, with  a cry  Sad as the wail of some poor castaway  Who sees a vessel drifting far astray  Of his last hope, and lays him down to  die.  The children, riotous from school, grow  bold,  And quarrel with the wind whose angry gust  Plucks off the summer hat and flaps the  fold  Of many a crimson cloak, and twirls  the'dust  In spiral shapes grotesque, and dims  the gold  Of gleaming tresses with the blur of  rust.  ���James Whitcomb Rilev.  K. of P.'s Elect Officer!.  Following is a list' of officers'elected  by the local lodge, Knights of Pythias j  to'serve'for the ensuing term:���-C.C-, J.  Goettsche; V.C., E. Shannon; Prelate,  T. Lloyd; M. of W. J. A. McDonald; K.  R.& S��� C. F. Nelson; M.F., C. E. Smith-  eringale; M.E., A. D. McGillivray; M.  at A., G. Sutherland; Inner Guard, T.  Avison; O. Guard, H. Stege.  SLOCAN    ORE    SHIPMENTS.  Total shipped July 1 to Dec. 31, 1898,  17,994   tons  Nov. 2S:  Payne    Last Chance   Slouiin Star   Sapphire   Coin    Ajax   Sovereign   Rcco   Ivanhoe   Treasure! Vault...  Red Fox   Trade Dollar   Liberty Hill   Madison   Wonderful   American Hoy.  .  Idaho Mines.'.   Queen  Hess   \Vild Goose.   Monitor   Whitewater   Jackson   Hillside   Hell   Wellington   Antoine   Kamblcr   Iiardanelles   Great Western ...  Bosun   Marion   Capella '.  Mollie HuLrhes   Fidelity.-   Vancouver   Wakefield   Emily Edith   Comstock   Noonday   Enterprise   Tamarac-   Black Prince   Chapleau   January  1st.    1899  Week  30  to  Total  ft ,-137  L'.-.'4ft  51H  3:i  IS  4d  2(1  180  1 I'll:.'  11  50  S  1".  i.s  11  8-ln  1.111  15  2M3  SI!'  1  C,5  11  I*;-*)  Sill  UK)  ���IS  5S(>  L'O  3  3n  3  3-JO  5S0  Ho  lao  ATO  710  2n  35  15  Total tons        90       19,113 THE 'LEDGE, NEW DKN VER, B.C., NOVEMBER 30,  1899.  Seventh Year.  The Ledge.  Published every Thursday.  R. T. LOWERY, Editor and Financier.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Three months * .75  Six " 1.25  Twelve  " .-'.00  TUKEE YEARS   5.00  Transient Advertising-, 25 cents per line tirst in  jsertion, 10 cents per line subsequent insertions  nonpareil measurement.  TO CONTRIBUTORS.  C jrrespondence from every part of the Kootenay  District and communications upon live topics  always acceptable. Write on both sides of the  iiajjer if you -wish. Always send something good  no matter how crude. Get your copy in while it  is hot. and we will do the rest  A pencil cross m this square  indicates that your subscription is due, and that the editor  wishes once cigain to look at  your collateral.  fEUKSDAf, NOVEMBER 30. 1899.  produced in gold bars $360,583,432. \fleeced themselves. They want  Xo wonder Oom Paul and Cecil i something for nothing. The fakir  Rhodes have considered it worth em-  is always ready  to give it,   and he  broiling two nations in war, as it is  estimated that were it not for the  commencement of hostilities the yield  from the Transvaal mines this year  would have been close to $100,000,000,  and there is ore enough in -sight to  keep the 6000 stamps now at the  mines crushing steadily for ; fty  years. Cause for war! What more  is needed ?  enjovs the process.  If you want the newest lines in confectionery, call on Nesbitt, in the Bosun  block.  LOW WAGES AND IMMORALITY  When we think of the thousands of  dollars that are being sent from the  mining camps of Kootenay every  week for. clothing* that ought to be  purchased of the home merchant, we  are forced to admit that something is j Doctors prescribe it  That  Cough  BovelTs  Syrup  will succumb to  MUCH    ADO    ABOUT    NOTHING.  It is somewhat strange that the  mine managers and the officers of the  Sandon Miners' Union should have  raised such a rumpus over the published report that a settlement had  been reached in the labor trouble.  ,.The worst that might be said of it is  that the report was somewhat premature. It was based upon good  foundation, and at the time of publication it looked reasonably certain  that the matter was closed. If subsequent complications have come up  to change the condition of affairs, it  will only be temporary. Both sides  are in the right frame of mind to amicably settle the difficulty." A settlement must be made, and will be  made, des.pite._the. positive statements  to the contrary made by a few mine  manager's valets.  A lesson should be learned from  this premature publication of facts  relating to what was supposed to be a  secret matter. The members ot the  Miner's Union should treat with more  consideration and secrecy any matter  of business coming from the managers  and not make public talk of such  matters. It is difficult to repair  broken confidence. A matter was  never so near settled but what a slip  of the tongue might upset it. On the  other hand, if the mine managers are  really seeking a settlement, thev  will not be deterred by the premature publication ol their plans.  radically wrong, either with the peo- j You try it  25c & 50c bottles  IF    IT    HAD    BRAINS.  The labor trouble of the Slocan has  developed some very  nasty  traits of  human character.   The man who pats  the miner on the back and at the same  time pleads the cause of the men who  are attempting to reduce wages is one  of them.   The man who secretly opposes the very men of whom he hopes  to win favor is another.     The  man  who hangs on to the ragged edge of  the mine  owners' circle and jumps  when the boss pulls the string is another.    But all these are angels from  the holiest realms of paradise as compared  with   the individual  who   is  responsible for this,  from  the  local  columns" of the Nelson Miner:  "The Miners' Union of New Den veils curiously and wonderfully made  up. Appearing on the register as  "miners" are Geo. M. Davis, who  make s a living as a violin player;  Julius Wolf, who is and has been a  nurse at the hospital; C. Nesbitt, who  is a painter by trade, and runs a fruit  6tore; T. Lloyd, a steamboat deckhand; John McDonald, a well known  teamster; Walter Smith, a street  laborer, and seyeral others^whora no  person would ever suspect of being  miners. If the Miners' Unions of  other camps are similarly constituted  the miners have a real grievance to  remedy."  It is not for the defense of the boys  of the local union that we give attention to this article. All of those mentioned were considered good enough  miners to draw $3.50 a day before  the lock-out, and the managers would  be glad to get them to work in the  mines now if thev would accept $3  a shift. It evidently hurts the Miner's  shallow-pated informant to see that  the boys are able to turn their hand  to other work while the lockout, is on.  But aside from the local significance  of the article, which is really very  small when the men assailed . re  known, is the sickenin-r spectacle of a  depraved intellectual sap-head inveigling* an outside paper into an  attempt to bring iynomy upon the  names of men who were citizens of  the Slocan before the Nelson Miner  or its informant were in the country.  If the Miner had any brains it would  not be so foolish.  THK    MILK    IN    THE    COCOANUT.  According to the modern way of  looking at it���through money-bags--  there is ample cause for the South  African war. In 1898 South Africa  produced $80,000,000 in gold. Since  and including 1887 to and including  1898 the mines of South  Africa have  pie or the home merchant. Perhaps  both are at fault. One because of  necessity and the other through a  lack of knowledge and foresight, or  a desire to win big profits. However  this may be, the difficulty could be  remedied if the question were given  proper attention by both parties.  All must admit that it is a pernicious  principle. It drains a town of all its  ready cash, local enterprises are  ignored and business becomes stagnant. The money that is sent out is  lost to the community. It goes to en  rich the white slave drivers of the  East. They know nothing of the  welfare of this toivn'or that, and care  less. They do not have to contribute  to the pubiic enterprises, do not help  to improve the town, do not care who  the needy be. Their demand is cash  before delivery, cash all along the  line. That's business. But where  would the average family be if the  local merchant were to adopt thi;  rule?  There is another view of the question  that ought to be considered. It is  told by Kit in the Toronto Mail and  Empire: "It is so easy to talk platitudes when you've had a good dinner  and. sit comfortably clothed and warm  in your snug room. But think of  youth and fresh girlhood fading day  after day in the dim precincts of factory and sweatshop; think of every  hope slowly dying, ot the want and  despair and pinching out of the  meagre gray days. And side by  side with this terrible existence place  the temptations that always come to  poor youth, and to poor girlhood.  How many of us who are better off  would keep to the straight and narrow path were we in a like case,  while the broad highway on which  lie the pleasures and luxuries of life  shines so near. But on that way lies  sin! Well, when the heart and  brain are dulled to apathy, the conscience is not apt to be very sensitive.  When want of decent food, of clothing,  and heat, and the common necessities  assail one, when honest toil will not  bring honest wage, it takes a very  strong soul to keep on that narrow,  grim way. And we are only human.  A great and terrible account will be  laid at the doors of the masters in  trade when the summing up times  come for us all. The traffic of the  factories and sweat shops is as much  a trafficking in flesh and blood as  ever was that of the slave trade.  There is not one of these despairing  or reckless girls who goes down to  utter destruction and ruin after an  unavailing attempt to earn a decent  livelihood by the work of her hands  but will have to be accounted for by  those in whose hands the power lay  to help her." .  Nelson's  Drug & tsook Store  New Denver, B. C.  Sunday hours: 2 to 5 p. in.  T- fl-nTti ViiMrfc^iiiillTfcTfciBiUfr"i-G*^- ^affr*- **TTrfcfoi W  li IH Tiffin IHTfcJB  oetreal  Established  1817.  Capital (all paid up) $12,000,000.00  Reserved fund : : 6,000,000.00  Undivided profits :    : 1,102,792.72  HEAD    OFFICE,   MONTREAL.  Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona a.id Mount Roi'AL, G.C.M.G. President.  Hon. G. A. Drummond, Vice President,  E. S. Clouston, General Manager,  Branches in all parts of Canada, Newfoundland, Great Britain, and  the United States. .  New Denver branch  E. PITT, Manager  'j.:;rg<>-w--��^w^^^  (HE  WANTED!  the  ilt  work ti;  .Metal I if-  io follow-  2 500 Miners  orous Mines of British Columbia,  iit.t,' prices I'ci'.clixy of elglu hours ~  Hand Drillers ;.-?3.oo  Mac-liinc. Men   a.5i��  Miners in shafts  3..W 1-.oS1.cni  Carmen    : 2.5:) to   8.'>i,'  Shovellers '. a..10  Laborers    ���>.5:1  Blacksmiths ��� .'  3.r>:i to  -r.iw>  Timbermcn.  -  3.S0 to   4.<V>  Apply to���  THE SILVER-LEAD MINES ASSOCIATION.  Sandon  British Coliviihia..  Hill Bros.  Manufacturers of  ASLO HOTEL  Family & Commercial.  Large  And  Comfortabie  Rooms  Fitted with every modem  convenience. Special protection against fire. Rates $2.n0  and ��3 per day.  COCKLE &  PAPWORTH,  Proprietors.  hat  interest one  The  Nakusp,  comi'ortable ho'.ol d.r iriiveilurs  to.-',-.':.]-at.  Mrs. McDoueald.  and  Shingles  Orders   shipped  to all parts  Country.      Mill  at head  ���Slocan Lake. ���  of  of  the  F. L  CHRISTIE, L.L.B.*  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR, Etc.  NOTARY PUBLIC  ������".very Friday at Silverton. SANDON. H, (.:  Postoffice address, Roseberv.  {)  R. A.S. MARSHALL.  Dentist.  Kaslo. B C  Graduate of American College of Dental Surgery  Chicago  At this time of. the year we are all  more or less on the look out for the best  place to purchase our winter wear.  Some are "more fanciful than others and  want the very best qualities. For our  part we always advocate that the best  is the cheapest in the end���especially  so with Underwear���but be this as it  may, we can suit the most fastidious.  Ladies'fine Woollen  Underwear, per suit $1.60 "'  Gents' fine Woollen Underwear,  Ribbed and  plain,  all sizes.  Q-|     K./"k     fii<>     cffiO    KA     d? K.  per suit ,-rer vl .Oli, w��9 ��4.o\j9 f>o  Gloves and Mitts, both Ladies'and  Gents', in any quality and price, from  the wool at 25c, to the Mocha with silk  1 ininir at 82.25.  Ladies'and Gents' Cashmere and  .Woolen Hose, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c a pair  Men's heavy weight Black Mackinaw Suits. $7.50���splendid value.  Men's and Boys'Woollen Sweaters,  lied, Black, Hether. Green.  Rubbers and Manitobas, ��� in sizes  for Men, Women and Children.  Lumberman's 2-buckle Blizzard  and Yukon lace���also Hip and Knee  Boots.  F.  W. JORDAN & CO., Nakusp.  <S&r    CJO  THE GATEWAY CITY AND DISTRIBUTING  J^liyX^-L1:!:!^.-. J-**? !y^ !���? &$XS2li�����X ���  Grand opportunity for investments in Real  Estate, Fruit and Vegetable Farms, etc.  SLOGAN CITY,  B. C.  Heavy and Shelf Hardware.        Jessop's and Canton Drill  Stoves. Tin and Granite Ware.  We are handling all kinds of  For information address-  J. A. SMITH.  SOMETHING    FOR   NOTHING  HOTEL  New Denver, B.C.  Best meals in  the city���Comfortable rooms  Liquors and Cigars���Best service throughout.  A. JACOBSON & CO., Props  Bar replete  with the best of  Barnum, the great show man, hit  the nail on the head when he said,  "the people like to be humbugged."  An illustration of this singular trait  in the human family was had at the  exhibitions lately given in all the  towns of any importance in W.est  Kootenay by a fakir styling himself  the "Great Australian Salesman "  His average nightly clean-up is .$150.  To do this all he needs is a public j  hall, a hatful of tin knives and brass  watches, and a dozen or more human  suckers sprinkled in his audiences.  At the commencement of his exhibition he tells his audience that he does  not sell anything of value, and never  gives back any money paid to him.  Then, to start the fun he auctions off'  his tin goods for small sums, giving  back to his purchasers their money  with the goods bought. When he  i- satisfied with the number of suckers  he has on the f.tring he begins to pull  them in. He sells cigars for $10,  half-smoked cigars for $5, a piece of  white string for 810, and a piece of  scrap-paper for $5. And thus it goes.  A bait that a squaw-fish would shake  its tail at will catch the sucker of fhe  human family. They see their companions fleeced,   and rush  in  to be  C. S. RASHDALL.   ..  Notary Pulilie.  ��� A. E. FAUQUIER.  RASHDALL & FAUQUIER  MINES & REAL ESTATE.  NEW DENVER, B.C.  MIKING INTERESTS BOUGHT,   SOLD   AND BONDED.   INVITED   Abstracts of Title to mineral claims.  CORRESPONDENCE  Blasting, Mining and Sporting Powders.    Also Blacksmith's  Coal.    Lumber, Sash and Doors.  The Clifton House,  Sandon.  Hii-Jai!i|il(''.sii-c(.miinii(l.'itionsfor a large number of |ieo-.le.     The rooms an.- large  ���.-id airy, ami the Dining Room is provided  with every*hing  in the markei  Shin;-le Room- for Commercial Traveler.*.  John Bucklej', Prop.  NEW DENVER,  Provides f.mple and pleasant accommodation for the traveling public.  Telegrams for rooms promptlv attended to.  HENRY STEGE, - - -       -     '- Proprietor.  A large stock just in.       Don't send out of town.      We can please you  ^in every way, and are determined to make the prices low.  Christmas Cards Galore  The prettiest lot ever shown in Kootenay,.     See them.    Price them.    Send to Mends. Seventh Year.  THE LE1ME, NEW DENVER, B.C., NOVEMBER 30. 1899.  THE   VAtUE    OF     A   COPPER   UNIT.  Many of our mining exchanges are  elucidating the question of copper  values and explaining how to quickly  arrive at the value of ores, the assay  of which show a certain per cent,  copper.   They figure it thus:  "The unit of weight is 20 pounds  avoirdupois. It is 1 percent, of copper in the ore and 1 per Cent, of a  ton, 2,000,pounds, is twenty pounds.  Each per cent, of copper contained in  the ore is equal to as many units.  Ore carrying 50 per cent, of copper  (or 50 units), if copper, for example,  is quoted at $4 per 100 pounds, is  worth 60 cents per unit, and fifty  times sixty equals $30 a ton. For  each decline or rise of 5 cents in the  quotation a deduction or addition of 1  per cent, should. be made. If the  quotation is $3.95 then 1 cent from  the price (GO cents) shall be taken,  making 59 cents the settlement price,  and so on down to whatever the quotation may be. If the pre is quoted,  for example, at $3.75, 5 cents trom 60  leaves 55 cents per unit, and ore  carrying 50 per cent, of copper would  amount to 50x55 equalling in value  $27.50 per ton."  Taking up these statements the  Spokane journal "Mining" adds this  correction: "It is true that the so-  called unit is twenty pounds avoirdupois, etc., but as to values, that.is  another matter, and when copper is  worth $4 per 100 pounds, it is worth  80 cents (not 60 cents) per unit for a  unit is .one-fifth part of 100 pounds  and the value one-fifth of $4 is 80  cents. The same calculation will  produce proper results to the whole  problem elucidated in the question so  carefully but unfortunately erroneously worked out "  KPIGKASrS    HY    A    NOVKLIST,  The arrogance of those who hare  all that they desire is insupportable.  Thoughts are the quickest and the  longest and the saddest things of this  life.  A life that is only a conglomeration  of trifies is a poor thing to lookback  upon.  Impertinence and flattery to a woman  are so closely allied that the distinction  is subtle.  Williams has a fine Hue of those famous cigars, Bock and Henry Clay.  They are not in sight in many parts of  the Slocan, so get some of them ere.it is  too late.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Egypt 3Iiiieral Claim.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located: East, of  Mountain Chief. Carpenter Cieek.  TAKE NOTICE That I, George H. Aylard.  ag-ent for John A. Finch, Free Miners'Certiticate Xo. 21761 A, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining- a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under sec.37  must be commenced before the issuance of such  Certiticate of Improvements.'  Dated thisSOth dav of November, 18!*.  80-11 -     " G. H. AYLARD.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Fairy, Chetopa   and    Opatunka Mineral  Claims.  Consolidated   Verg-inia,  Elk and Speculator Mineral Claims.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Heber   Fraction    Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Slocan Mining- Division of West  Kootenay District. Where' located: South  of and jo*iuin<* the "Rabbit Paw*' Mineral  Claim, near Sandon.        -  TAKE NOTICE. That I, A. S. Farweli. acting-  as agent; for the Star Mining and Milling  fo., Ltd Liab'ty, Free Miner's Certificate No.  l/i'ilS 15, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that, action, under section 37, must bo commenced before (he issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22d day of November. I8��!i.  3)11-<B A. S. FARWELL.  Prom'estora   Mineral    Claim.  Situate in the Arrow Lake Mining Division of  West Koote.iay District. Where located:  On Mineral Creek, 3h miles from Cariboo  Creek.  TAKE NOTICE That I, N. F. Townsend. acting as agent for John H. McDowell, F. M. C.  B. 13518: Pat Cumhigham. F.M.C. 348C.7A.. James  Brady. F. M. C. 1K1157 Nelson Demers, F. M. C.  1071)7 A., intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a Certiiieate  of Improvements, for the purpose- of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of August. A. D. 18!)!).  30-11 N. F. TOWNSEND. .  Lot 2.101��� Eldorado Minora! Claim.  When glamor goes, nerve comes  What is youth hut happy ignorance.  Your confidential woman is usually a  liar.  The abuse of hospitality is the last  refuge of ihe needy.  It is a frustrated desire that makes  the majority of viI'ains.  Happy is the man who loves and is  loved ol" a plain vroman.  Many people amuse us who are them-  '���������alves amused in their sleeves.  Situate in  the Slocan Mining Division of-West  Kootenay   District.      Where    located:     In  Noble V.. Gulch about one mile east of Sandon. adjoining the Mollie.  '|i ARE'NOTICE   that  I. Robert  E.   Palmer,  1     asient. for Edward .Million. F M. C. No. 0-1537,  Harold Selons. F.  M. C. No. 08142. and James  li-.i e, F. i\[. C. No. 212.:A,intend, sixty days from  the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder  f.ir a certificate of improvements for the purpose  of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that; action under scc-  fci on 87 must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  .: Dated this 5th day of October. 1800.  o". R. E. PALMER.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located: On the  South Fork of Carpenter Creek.  ���TAKE NOTICE that I. Arthur S. Farweli as  L agent for Harold Selous, F. M C. No. 98142,  intend GO days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant  o:'the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37 must he commenced before the issuance of  such certificate of improvements.  Dated this !/th day of September, 180.0.  2-11-00 '. A. S. FARWELL.  T^egal  Tender No. 3 Mineral Claim.  Situated in the Slocan City Mining Division of  West  Kootenay District.     Where   located:  About four miles south of Slocan City on the  Government trail.  -TAKE NOTICE That I, Dan Hanlon, acting as  I    an agent for John McLaughlin, free miner's  certificate No. B. 14203, intend, sixty davs from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining h Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this .Id day of November, A. D. 1800.  DAN HANLON.  Silicon Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Arrow Lake Mining Division of  West  Kootenay District.     Where  located:  On Line-on Gulch, north of Cariboo creek.  ���T-AKE NOTICE. That I, George Alexander,  1 Free Miners' Certificate No. 74000'.' acting for  myself and co-owners, intend,, sixtv davs from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certiiieate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  Ancl further take notice that action under section 37 must bo commenced before; the issuance  of such certificate of .Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September, 1890.  S24 GEORGE ALEXANDER.  PHOTOGRAPHERS  LOOK!  Cabinet Solio, -fl.-ln, go prepaid  Film Cartridges, 3Jx3/.. .75c.  Other Supplies, same rates.  O. STRATHEARN,  Kaslo, B. C.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay district. \Vhe e located: Adjoining the Democrat, Twin Lakes Basin.  TAKE NOTICE. That I. Herbert T Twigg,  agent for John G. Steel, iree miner's certificate No. 704, intend, 60 days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for Certificates  of Improvements, for the purpose, of obtaining a  Crown Grant of ea-h of the above claims.  And farther take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 23d day of November. 1899  HERBERT T. TWIGG.  Adirondack Mineral Claim.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Summit Mineral Claim   Lot4374.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenav District.    Where located:   About  half mile southeast of Sandon.  adjoining the  Richmond  and   Hidden   Treasure mineral  claims.  'PAKE NOTICE That I.  Robert E. Palmer, as  1    agent for Eleanor Truax O'N'eil. FVM. C. No.  j S9274; George Gooderham, F. M. C*. No. B12794,  ! and the War Eagle Con. Mining & Development  Co. Ltd, F. M. C. No. B1S357, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Re  corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim. .       '       ' - -  And furrher take notice   that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improven ents.  Dated this lfith day of November. IS)!).  H-1'5 R..E. PALMER  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located: South of  St. John", Idaho Basin.  TAKE NOTICE, That I Herbert T. Twigg,  agent for William Hunter. F. M. C- So.  82084-A; Harry Lowe. F. M. C. No. 13997; Walter  Murray, P. M. C. 13088. aiid Robert Sloan. F. M.  C. No. 13080, intend, sixtv days from the date  hereof, to applv lo Ihe Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate iif Improvements.  Dated this 2,'id day of November. 1890.  ' .     '    HERBERT,''!'. TWIGG.  Helena Mineral Claim-  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located: On  Wakefield Mountain.  rpAKE NOTICE That I. Chas. E. Hone, free  i miner's certificate Nc. 7'.)C,2A, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements for the pui-jmse of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 24th dav of August, 180!)  a31 " CHAS. K. HOPE.  Legal Tender Mineral  Claim.  Situate iii the Slocan Mining- Division of West  Kootenay Distiict. Where located: A relocation of Free Coinage near the Xoble Five  Mineral Claim.  ���PAKE NOTICE, That I,Charles S: Rashdall. of  JL New Denver. B. C. acting as agent for  .lames Wilson, free miner's certificate No.'il-tiMA,  James Wilson as administrator of the estate of E.  C. Pease, deceased, Lewis W Toms, free miner's  certificate B17021 and Caleb A. Freeman, free  miner's certificate No. 3.1227A . intend.'sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certiiieate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that: action, under sec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1890.  CHARLES S. RASHDALL.  Alice 'Fractional;     Spokane     and     Last  Chance No. 4  Mineral Claims.  Golden Crown Mineral  Claim.  Situated in the Slocan City Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  On Springer Creek, about three miles from  Slocan City.  ���PAKE NOTICE That I, Chas. E. Hope, free  1 miner's, certificate No. 7902.4.. intend. 00 clays  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate of improvements for  tho purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action under sec-  tion 37 must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 24th day of August. 1S90.  aSl CHAS   E. HOPE.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  l-ro'jfonay District. Where located: In  Best Basin.  ���"PAKE NOTICE, That I, Herbert Twigg, agent  I for .lames A. McDonell. Free Miner's Certificate No. U2(iS24, intend, 00 days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of each of the above  claims.  And further take notice that' action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of October, 1800.  ol2 HERBERT T. TWIGG.  Hustler Fraction Mineral Claim.  Best   Fraction   and ..Humphrey   Mineral  Claims.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division ..: West  Kootenay, District. Where located: fn  McGuigan Basin, adjacent to the Ram bier  and Best mines.  ���TAKE NOTICE That I, Alex Sproat, acting as  1 agent for the Rambler-Cariboo Mines Lid.  F. M. C. No. B. 12280.intend, sixty days lrom the  datciicreof. to apply to the Mining Recorder for  .a certificate of improvements, for the purpose oi  obtaining a. crown grant oi the above claim.  And further take notice that action under Sec-.  t 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such  i certificate of improvements.  I    Dated this 27th day of September. 1*9.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of "W est  Kootenay District.    Where  located: Adjoining the town of Three Forks.  ������PAKE NOTICE That I   Ernest Harrop. Free  1  Miner's Certificate Nc; B14082. recorded holder  of a one-half (.!) undivided interest, as agent for  : Geo. A. Petty, recorded holder of a one-half (A)  undivided   interest.    Free    Miner's   Certificate  B13930, intend   sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate  of  improvements,  for  the   purpose   of obtain  ing Crown a grant of the above claim.  Ancl further take notice that action under section 37 must be commenced  before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  .  Dated this 4th day of October. 1800.  012 ERNEST HARROP..  Imported  Goods of rough  texture  are Popular  this season.  >'-,''V-'%/'^%s'l'-^  The Lar  t Stock ever sSiowe Ie Sandon I  y%V^%^VI^%%^,H%%%-i  *'&%*&^^/^'^/&SbW&%,'%W&&x^. /&&<%^^/WVb/*S&^/&1ltrt^W9/&,  Of Christmas Gifts at the Bazaar.    Head the thousand and one  articles, and more to come yet.  999 *^��C;*S-������-9-S������9-90��-9����9O90e9����  J. & R. D. CAMERON,  Tailors. Sandon'.  HOTEL  GTORIA  JOHN V. PERKS, i'r  HEATED BV (JOT AID  ancl Electric M J I MiH  I-ii-llsiind Light in every room....  Large and well lighted Sample Rooms  Ibmrly Street. Car between hotel and  Station.   Frcebu- meets all trains   Rea unable Rates.  ^���^^REVELSTOKE  Niii-tit ��-rill room in connection for the  convenience of guests arriving ancl de-  parting 1-y ni;>-ht trains.  Travelers  Will find the  Arlington Hotel  it pleasant place to stop at when in  Slocan City.  GETHIXG & HENDERSON. Proprietors.  BRICK  FOR   SALE.  JOHN   GOETTSCHE,  NEW DENVER.  -Two-wheel Carts  -Hay Wagon 8  -Horse and Cart  -Rocking Horses  -Nohas Ark  -Doll Carriages  -Chime Rattlee  -Swiss Chimes  -Child's Swings  -Cradles  -Toy Pianos���3 sizes  -Drums  -Carpet Sv eepers  -Doll Houses  -Tov Stoves  -Toy Banks  -Pony Carts  -Sad Irons  -Go Carts  -Iron Trains  -Magic Lanterns  -Whistles  -Mechanical Engines���Trains  ���Birds���Animals���Goats  -Bellowing Cows  -Crowing Roosters  -Barking Dogs  -Jumping Rabbits  -Soldier's Suits  -Tin Fish Horns  -Toy Watches that run  -Fine Jointed Dolls  -Dolls of all sizes and kinds  -Fine Dress Dolls  -A nice lot of Sleeping Dolls  -Assorted Dominos  -Picture Blocks���A B C Blocks  -Boys' Racing Sleighs  -Girls' Light H<nid Sleighs  -Balloon Lanterns  -Toy Picture Books  -Linen Picture Books  Wire Cup and Saucer Holders Wire Plate Holders  Waste Paper Baskets  Straw Cuffs   Straw Shopping Baskets   Straw Work Baskets  Straw Matts, 5 in Set       Fancy Japanese Trays  Pearl Pen Holders     Gathre Pencils     Fountain Gold Pens  A beautiful lot of Ladies' Fancy Up-to-Date Purses  Fancy Gents' Wallets  Something nice, new and tasty in OPAL WARK  Some beautiful painted Flower Pots.  Bohemian Glass Ware of all kinds.  Ivory-handle Dinner Knives Quart Bean Pots���stone  Wedgewood Jugs Hot Water Juas  A select lot of Jardineres  Christmas Sards  is one of our specialties this year, and are very pretty  and catchy.  mm  -We have a select lot  -Sizes 2x4���3x5���4x6���0x8  ���8x10 and 10x12.  -These Rugs have just arrived  -and are very heavy  -and will la6t a life time  -The patterns were all selected  -and arc very pretty.  fancy Japanese  gbina mare����*   Fancy Tea Set?   3-piece Sets  ������ 7-piece- Sets   -1 l-pice-i Sets   12-pii-s;c Sets--   Very beautifully decorated   Odd decorated plates, cuprf   ami saucers   Fruit Dishes   Tea Pot.--   Vases and Chocolate .lugs   These goods are all imported   from Japan and are genuine.  -Remember this large  -stock of Xmas Goods at  -The Bazaar is the only stock  -of new goods in the city  -this year (in our line.)  ��  Opposite Postoffice,  Sandon*  o  0  -We have  -a few Toys left  -From last yeai  -that we arc  -selling at prices  -too cheap to mention  w^^^.  ANDSOO LINE.  Between  The direct route from  Kootenay Country  to all points East and West.  First-Class Sleepers on all trains trom  Revelstoke and Kootenay Ldg*.  Tourist Cars pass Medicine Hat daily  for St. Paul; Sundays and Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  for Montreal and Boston.  Same cars pass Revelstoke one day  earlier.  OUXNKCTIONS !,'  ��� Revelstoke .'liicl main linn points.  S:55\i. Dly: lv ��� DenverQ. Si.liotr���-nr: Dully 15:30K  8:151' ex. Sun: lv X.Denver Ldg: ar ex. Suii.15:40k  HO.-3SI.AX1), XKI.SOX CJiOW'S  XEST   HHAXCH   AND  HOUXDAUYCOUXTKY.  U.aOkex.  Sun: lv X.Denver Ldg: arex.Sun 13.30k  TO AND KKOM SANDON  15.30k dly lv..... .Denver C. Sd�� ar dly 8.55k  13 30k ex Sun lv. .X Denver Ldfr.ar ex Sun 9.50k  Ascertain'rates ancl  full  information   liy addressing- nearest local agent or���  G.B. GARRETT, A front New Denver.  VV. F.  Anderson, Trav.  Pass. Ayt.-. Nelson.  E. .J. Coyle. A.-G. P. Agt'.. Vancouver.  n  system;  NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD CO.  ,RED MOUNTAIN RY CO.  The all rail and direct route  between   the  Kootenajr  ..District and..  All British Columbia Fonts  Pacific Coast Points *  Puget Sound Points  Eastern Canada and ehe  United States.  .Connects at Spokane with  GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY  NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY  O. R. R. & NAVIGATION CO.  Leaves Nelson 9:10 a.m.  Maps furnished, Tickets sold and information  iri ven by local and connecting; line Ticket agents  H. A. J ACKSON, G. P. & T. A.  Spokane, Wa��h  KOOTENAY     RAILWAY  & NAVIGATION CO.  Operating Kaslo & Slocan Railway,  International   Navigation &  Trading  Company,  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  Schedule of Time.     Pacific Standard  ���Time-  Passeng*er   train  for Sandon   and  way stations  leaves  Kaslo at 8:00 a- 4  m. daily,   returning*,   leaves Sandon  ar, 1:15 p.  m..   arriving at    aslo afc  3:55 p. in.  INTERNATIONAL   NAVIGATION  & TRADING CO.,  operating on  Kootenay Lake and River.  S.  S.  INTERNATIONAL.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson at G:00 a.  m., daily except Sunday. Returning  leaves Nelson at 4:30 p! m., calling  at Balfour, Pilot Bay, Ain.<worth and  all way points.  Connections with S. F. & N. train  to and from Spokane at Five Mile  Point; also with str. Alberta to and  from Bonner's Ferry, Idaho.  S.  S. ALBERTA.  Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry  Tuesday and Saturdays at 7 a. m.,  meeting steamer International from  Kaslo at Pilot Bav. Returning,  leaves Bonn ers Ferry at 8 a. m,  Wednesdays and Sundays.  LARDO-DUNCAN  DIVISION.  Steamer International leaves Kaslo  for Lardo and Argenta at 8:45 p. rn.  Wednesdays and Fridays. Steamer  Alberta leaves Kaslo fur Lardo and  Argenta at S p.m. Sundays.  Steamers call at principal landings  in both directions, and at other points  when signalled.  Tickets tsoh to all points in Ca ada  and the United Statas. To ascertain  rates and full information,   address���  Robert Irving, Manager.  S. Campbell, Kaslo, B. C.  Freight and Ticket Agt.,   Sandon.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS.  I'o and from Kuro|iciin   ������������ints via Canadian  and American lines.     Apply    for sailing dates  rate's, ticki-is and   'nil  iiiiWniation   u, any C.  Ry atT'.'iit or���  ��.  B   GARRETT.  C. ]'. R. Ajicnt. New Denver.  W. J'. F. Cntniiiintrs. j. S. S. Ayr.. Winuipe  DK. MILLOY,  DENTIST  ROSSLAND. THE LEDGE, NEAV DENVER, B.C., NOVEMBER:��� 30,-1899.  Seventh Yeae  MINING   RB^ORDS,  the Slocan.  as follows:  Those of New Denve- were  P  J  LOCATIONS.  Nov 14���Alta, s f Carpenter cr  Hickey.  15���Ladysmith, reloc Jewel, Dan McLeod.  20���Cameron fr, Movrich slid*, W Iv  Cameron.  ASSESSMENTS.  Nov 15���Vulture fr 5 vears, Vulture,  2 years, Vult 2 years. 18���Best fr. 20  ���Monitor No 2.    24���New Getking-.  TOWER OF ATTORNEY.  Nov 20���Galena Mines Ltd to Evan  F Lloyd, Jan 5.  GRANT OF TSrATEk  RIGHT.  Nov 20���Water right transfer, Galena,  Mines to Carlton Hand, July 28.  CF.RTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.  Nov 3���Jessie. 8���Chicago. 10���Eldorado. 18���Telephone. 22���Atla? N��  3. ...  TRANSFERS.   , ��� ���  Nov 14���Snowhird h, M L Nicholson  to J W Kyte, Nov 7. "  Aurora 3^, L R Forbes to Northwest  Mining* Syndicate, Nov 11.  Dividend %, A Thompson to same,  same.  Diana %, J E Brouse to same, same.  15���Vulture fr, O W Rafore to Financial and Mining- Trust of Canada, Nov  1*.  16���Adirondack 1-9, "W Niven to Win  Hunter. Nov 14.  18-Bird fr J-, S T Walker to C B Baylor, Sept. 10. .  Rose Marie }i, Jas H Moran to C W  Greenlee, Nov 17. . ��� ,.'  Merrimac, G D Long-, N S Tucker, A  Allan and James Ward to E L Sawyer  and W Chaplin, notice of bill of sale in  escrew, $12,000,. Nov 18.  20���G O P, J M M ��� Benedum to D F  Burke, $900. Nov 2. -  Marco Polo, E Hirseh, assignee of the  Galena Mines Co, to C H Hand, on July  28.  22���Repeater, J V Purviance to'F L  Byron,'$500, Nov21.  23���Hartney, notice of equal ownership, signed by A.H.Bluemenauer, G H  Crawford and"F Kelly.  Clipper |, O J Marino to P Burns and  W J Wilson, Dec 24.  2-4���Silverite, Silver Ridg-e, Billy D,  Ground Squirrel and Silverite fr, notice  of transfer from J Foster, A C Allrn, J  Corv and J F Kellv to W S Drewrv, on  Nov 24.  Slocan Maiden and Slocan Boy �� in  each. Chas Garritv to CK Hammond,  Sept 8. .    "    .  25���Hewett, Hewett fr, Rincon, and  Rincon fr, notice of bills of sale being- in  escrew for all interest?.  meen   next   summer.    Chief Engineer  Tye recently dro\re over the proposed  ,.    , ,,     ���      ��� , ,.   i��������.-���* +u^  route.   As a result, Oscar Eg-lund, one  ine following is a complete list of the  \,.        . \. ��        '  mining transactions recorded curing the j of his assistants, and a staff  of 20 men,  week in the several mining_divisions of! have been despatched to the Similka-  ineen, locating- the line. It was the  original intention ..to build a line just to  Penticton, and thence to Hope, on the  main line, but owing to the sudden drop  required to g-et down to Okanag-an lake  this routs lias been abandoned. After  leaving- Rock creek, west of Midway,  the road as now virtually decided on,  will return to Iveremeos and Princeton,  through the Similknmeen valley, and  thence toSpence's Bridge'.not following-  the old route to Hope. By the new  route it is claimed that satisfactory  grades can be obtained. It is to estab  lish the grades that Mr. Eglund is now  in the field with instructions to complete  the work as soon as possible. Construction will beg-in from the Spence's  Bridge end, and the first contract,.it ,i*  understood,   will be for   150  miles  of  Siding.        ___;__  There is a school of "speakers:out."  and would to heaven they would learn  to hold their tongues!  W. F. Teetzel  &(X  Dealers in  Assayers' Supplies  Cor. Baiter iiiicl .Josephine Sis.  Nelson, 15.  C.  Slocan City  Furnishes accommodations  to the traveling* public  equal to any on Sloc.in  Lake. Comfortable beds  and tasty meals. The best  brands of liquors and  cigars on the market.  THOS. LAKE, Prop.  Mcpherson & croft,  Hauling* and Packing to Mines,  and general local business.  WOOD    AND     COAL    FOR     SA..E  New Beaver,  B.C.  SLOCAN    ���ITY    DIVISION.  LOCATIONS.  Nov 14���Aurora fr, Dayton creek, D  A Ross.  16���Ladysmith, reloc Little Club, W  Lettrick.  2C���Columbia, 1st n f Lemon, Percy  Dickenson,  Shamrock, same, R Covington.  24���Fountain, Cameronian cr, P A  Cameron, D Sloan.  25���Mackinaw, Slocan river, W E  Worden.  ASSESSMKNTS.  Nov 15���Native Silver fr.  Nansen, Berdan.  New Denver  Transportation  & Light Co.  PALMA ANGRIGNON,  PROPRIETOR.  General Draying: Mining Sup  plies and Heavy Transportation a Specialty.  Saddle Horses and Pack Animals.  Feed Stables at New Denver.  20���Fram,  POWER   OF  ATTORN-EY.  Nov 15���-Percy Dickenson to Warner  Miller, to dispose of J interest in Skylark and Ranger.  Same to James McNaught, to dispose  of the Violet.  21���J W Kyte to A E Teeter, to dispose of all interests in M C.  TRANSFERS.  Not 16���Superior 1-6, N F McNaught  and James MeNau^ht to W Harris.  Zella i, O McMillan to Anna Weidert.  21���Reform J^, W Kerr and J Kvts  to D S McVannel.  JOHN WILLIAMS  Dealer in  IMPORTED  AKD DOMESTIC CIGARS  ANDTOBACOOES,  PIPES, &C.  Fall  Underwear  Something t at will keep  you warm and free from  cold, at prices lower than  ever  offered   before���at  HOBEN'S general store.  For Groceries ��� fresh,  clean, the best put up,  ���you will get the best  service at HOBEN'S.  Supplies for the hills, the  cabin, boarding: house,  hotel and home, you  will find complete in all  lines, at reduced prices  AT HOBEN'S  Mail orders.  New Denver, B. C.  The 8=hour  Has been on shift in the  Slocan for. many weeks,  but it has not injured the  quality of the beverages  in, the Ivanhoe at Sandon. Nearly everything* is new around this  old-time tavern except  the whiskey and the  landlord.  pick Orando,  for further information.  s  Produce  *  y  AVholesale  BUTTER  EGGS  CHEESE  GREEN FRUITS  CURED MEATS  VEGETABLES  ����AkS&%^%,  Shippers of the  Early Breakfast  Brand of Bacon.  Full stocks carried at  Nelson and Rossland.  Mail orders solicited.  California  WineCov  ���; NELSON, B.C.  Wholesale  Dealers in^*^  Choice Wines  and Fragrant  Fall  and  Winter  Suitings  /%&%'%/&*/*S9/9  o my  Patrons  in the Slocan  ���%%-VM^%%%i  tV%W*SW%>9  Boys,  my  Over=  coatings  will just  suit you.  Prices low  ; I have opened my Tail- <  oring establishment . in'  Nelson and am prepared'  to fill all orders with neatness and dispatch. Most,  q stylish Suitings and work- I  manship guaranteed.  When in Nelson call and i  inspect stock, or write me1  and I will call on you with'  sample: of goods in my  trip through the Slocan\  which I contemplate mak-'1!  ing in a short time.  Hoping ;to : be; favored ��  with your orders, I am��� - ,\  Yours truly,  tJf��       sfcjsj)  The Tailor.     Nelson. BO.  l.'CS'fl   .1 -  ���(��! U H  Wk ffffffWWfffWfffWffffWfm  ��� G��  Write for Prices.  Our Stock is the Largest in Kootenay  WHOLESALE GROCERS  Agents for B. (J. Sugar Refinery and Royal  ,. Gity Planing Mills." t   : '  . ,  Van Camp Lunch Goods,   Confection-  erv and Fruit.  AINSWORTH   DIVISION.  LOCATIONS.  Nov 3���Good Hope, Woodbury cr, R  S Martin. Comet, Cooper cr, W"E Lee.  OrbuJl, same, J Nyman.  4���Paisley, Lyle cr, H P'letcher.  7���Hope ��r, Kaslo cr, E W Banting.  Papoose fr, north of Ainsworth, C O  Weeze.  9���Paradise. Goat cr, W.J Twiss.  il���San Dominion, Hamill cr, F Civilian.  L4���Boulder fr, Twelve Mile cr, J H  Wolvertori.    Utica fr, same, George W  ughes.  ASSESSMENTS.  Nov 7���Silver Ward, B B B, Silver  Tip, Omaha, Lovell. Eagle Bird, Mars-  den, Paris 1900, Silver King. 8���Voy-  ageur. 10���Georgia fr for 3 year:.,  Three Friends. 11���Big Horn, America.    11���Globe, Utica.  TRANSFERS.  Nov 2���Old Mock 3-5, A C VanMoer-  kerkc to T A Kirvin.  4���Noble Friend and New Chum, an  ;i."-re(.ment between C G Johnson and J I  FCollom.  6���Giant, Mountain fr, lone,all, Wand  1 5-ij, Midge :l .1 T Carroll.to Financial  and Mining 'Trust of Canada  .Mountain fr. lone, all, Wand I .">',,  Lust Mountain. Nowater I, Financial  and Mining Trust of Canada to II M  Smith.  Same, R M Smith to Lost Mountain  Mines.  S���Bryan fr. M J Mahonev to R E L  Brown  li���Madge %, Financial and Mining  Trust of Canada to R Masson.  15���Morning }.���:,, C K Henry to C L  Brush.  Lydia A, Dunvegan, Silver Six', Silver Plume, Athol. Yankee Kid, Island  Bov i in each, XV Stead to R Joslint.  BATHS IN" CONNECTION.  Newmarket Block. New Denver  E. M. BRINDLF.  Watchmaker  " Jeweler  New Denver.  Orders by mail receive prompt attention. .    ....  J. K. CLARK,  MINES  and MINING  Reports, Examinations and Management.  NEW DENVER.  B.C.  FRED J. SQUIBE  Nelson, B. C.  Merchant Tailor.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.,  Jobbers nnd Retail Dealers in  DRUGS,  WALLPAPER,  STATIONERY,  MUSICAL GOODS-  NELSON, B. C.  \ WADOS BROS i  4 PHOTOGRAPHERS 4  tVANCOUVER and NELSON,  B.C. 4  Brewers of Fine Lager Beer and Porter���the best in the land.    Correspond-  solicited.    Address���  R. REISTERER & CO., Nelson, B.C.  OUEEN'S HOTEL  Heated with   Hot Air and  Lig-hted by Electricity  Large, comfortable bedrooms and first-class dining room.        Sample rooms  for commercial men RATES, $2 PER DAY  MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Prop., Late of the Royal Hotel Calgary.  Baker Sty Nelson, B. CY  NELSON.  Carrv a complete stock of -.- ,;" s.        -;*'-'  PURNIT XJ RE  and solicit orders from any part of the province.     Write for prices.  d. E. Angrignon  The Leading  Hairdresser  Bosun Block,  New Denver, B.  II. D. CURTIS,  Notary Public'  Mines;   Real  Estate;   Insurance;  accountant.  Abstracts of Title Furnished.  SLOGAN CITY, B. C.  . Full Line  of Suitings and  .'Trouserings aWays on hand.  EB. Dunlop  BARBER AND HAiRbRESSER.  Ohildrcii'3 Hair Cutting a Sjiet-ial y.  SLOCAN   CITY,        '- :   '  -  .     B.YC.Y  NOTICE.  pHAS. E. STRIOKLANO  will collect all ac  V   counts due me and >>ive ruceipl. for the name  ..      _      ' 'P. A. MUNRO.  New Denver, Sept. M. lfi'M.  \V. S. Dkewhv  Kaslo. B.C  H. T.Twkjc  New Denver. B.C.  DREWRY & TWIGG  I Dominion and Provincial Land Survej'oro.  j Civil and Minim; Engineers.  j Bedford. McNeil Code.  j jtgTRashd.ill X- Fauipiicr, A-jeiit.s.  ! yjOWARD WEST,  i Assoc. R S .M. London. Eni;  I MINING ENGINEER,  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,  & ASSAYER.  I'l-operties   examined    and   reported  on  for   n  tending purchasers.  Assay office nnd Chemical  Laboratory, Belle-  vue ave. New Denver. B C.  O.    V.  .extension. )i. L. GRIMMETT, L.L.B.  BARRISTER,  It now seems to be definitely settled      Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.  that the Canadian Pacific Railway com- ' Sandon, B. C.      ������-������������  pany will extend the Columbia & West- j    Branch office at New Denver every  em line bevoud Midway to tlie Siinilli*; I Saturday.     ���

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