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British a��Lt})*at*  k   ���  seweum  '������#^���#^#���##^^#������#���##4  ##^#####4^^^^^^,  *****#*<***<fr***<fr#4  to Rive the WA(fc�� t>.  i..��i - .^  l^^nce. let m m,-  Victoria Street,  Kvm to ynn the  utnoiK  '^5* N? i*t  ��  IT  ft  44  ^  t  I 1  ^0r Sate by  ��-  ���*�� i*^1' *v  ��*��  ��f��������w��o���  CLUB HOTEL  "a   *  ^     *  "* *n r "*&^  * ^ ^4 m^swU  :S:    *,  at a  ������ ^  A.  in * af f >  w.^". Jr -^^  .f ^ A ^"A? �����..   ��Al  f   '^i     ' *i N '" <Jor^f Auoo *  'o��ner;f^:;^-  Ha it atf pl?feoa;a;Ao;jv  E* ivCURRAN,  j"0  r s  'HMFJ  o  IS  ^'  k A  Is.        "���   J  L -!  Jf    I Aa-'IS  ' * ������ ** ,jSmI  - -" ayjBBi  -*"     ���?hHb'  > ijHI  * -"-v*Mi  ' '"'J9H  *iW. * >S  A-'Ail  'J -.  ��    ' i^a  *     f  r>.  r'V-  '����..~*��v  ���      'tl  .   .  ii  '    O  v.  k   ��� ,  ELSON ECONGMI  (V  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15,  1900.  NO. 5  W"  ^KLSON ECONOMIST is issued kvkrv  Ikksday at thk City of Nelson, B.C., by  [. Cari.ey Subscription: $2.00 per an-  l; if paid in advance, $1.50.   correspond-  OK     r.KNKRAl ,   INTEREST     RESPECTFULLY  iited. Only articles of merit will be  ertisel) in these columns, and the w-  tSTS OK READERS WILL BE CAREFULLY  IDEM AOAINST IRRESPONSIBLE PERSONS AND  'IILESS ARTICLES.  1 ^  IKY war shows up some defects in the military  (stem which are more or less corrected when next  ions meet in battle array/The. troubles in south  which are happily drawing to a close, has de-  ited the fact that the ordinary British soldier*  n of the ranic-aud-filc.   is not the  hero or the  endurance we thought him to be.      He is inly selected  from tlie congested districts of the  Mintry, and   in   too  many, instances joins the  iiot from any sense of patriotism,  but  from a  to lead an idle life.      One volunteer is worth a  >ressed men or fellows of the lazy type.     This  iwn by the gallant services of the  volunteers  |e British Colonies, among whom our Canadian  >k a prominent place.     These men fought for  ud Country���the others, or at least a fair pro*  of them,   because it was  their duty  so to do.  rrs themselves,   although   nut soldiers  in the  if a regular standing army, fought desperately.  i'ere fighting for home and hearth.      Tommy  is no doubt well disciplined and always obed-  forders, no matter if these be to march to certain  But this is not the only qualification a soldier  ftrue sense of the term needs.    The man who is  d 1'or bullets has  his place on the battlefield,  not one of glory*      The campaign,   on  the  seems to point to the fact that honest,   indivi-  frrnism counts for more than numerical strength  days of modern warfare.      It has also  been  ���suated.that big men,  especially in the cavalry  S$?�� ^re.out of place in war,    Every needless inch  the  101  E&11  fc*  t a.   ...    -��� *      fc.��  1   y V-.jr'te-  ^rV.^  -n'-*  1        ���.       r>  .-��  The more men  that can be  got  into the  vv;a. "^' w* sPacc the better for the .purpose.    A war cor-  * "\ .*"*-.', I"**1,11* points out that on several occasions during  4 /rv���up.dgh the horses were, when  called on for a  <��� - \\\\  too tired  to bring their heavv  riders'within'  .' '% distance, and that the serious losses occurred  / *   ., * w nen they were turned to retire.      These les-  u e been taught bv our troubles with the Boers,  1     * i\ v cost.   It is to l)e hoped the nation will pro-  l��'T  m.  The cut-worm has made its appearance in the garr  den and orchard, but we hope he has hot come to stay.  Several suggestions  have been made as to the best  means of destroying the pest,  the one most generally  adopted being an application of pans green���a deadly,  poison -diluted in water      This has proved very effective where properly applied.     The greatest care,  however, should be used in applying the poison lest in  the endeavor to destby the worm the effect may prove  fatal to those using the vegetables or fruits thus treated  A case is reported ironi Victoria where a whole family  was poisoned,  fortunately without fatal results,  by  reason of eating cabbage supplied by a Chinaman, and  which had been sprayed with parisgreen.   John Ctii|  naman is not as a rule very-' particular in handling!  poison when it is only used on vegetables to be sup|  plied to the whiteman.     Hence the necessity for cau|  tion now that paris green is being freely used on theifa  vegetable plots.  i, a^as  %*  " Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown n  German Emperor is probably the only European iB?r||  arch who carries a  revolver���at present.     Judginggf  however/from the attention which  crown heads are|  receiving of late from anarchists and other fanatics, h||  is not likely long  to enjoy this distinction: other|  rulers may deem it advisable to follow his example/  The emperor is firmly convinced that he is going tjo|  dk by the bullet or dagger of an anarchist,  this fat||  having been  prophesied for him long ago,   and he is  determined to die hard.  .  Hence he is never withotp  his loaded revolver,  in the use of which he is ver||  skilful.    His jaeger, or body servant, who acc<Mnpat||  ies him everywhere, inspects the weapon every caorn- a  iug to make sure that it is in-perfect order.    It is alsaog  noticed that the monarchs of Europe are very cautious  in their movements just at present, and they need to  be.  illfllH  yyyy)yi::;0^m  i;oAv|;M;:|||M  Ao'a'E:A::6|S||  )?v ���OjvO;OOyf''*cl  |o:;o;l;Jil?lM|  .;���'������.'.:' -y.'OY :r''y:\ ���''jy^-'i^Wwi  :yyyy!$<:$mm  m:Mmm  m:$0yWm  yymmMm  ;f:;AA(;aSfW  as;:s:'lBii\l  ::yy^'"0^y<?$ '"M  :::My^Myx$��i  wsa  ''i;:OiO  aa  A Toronto dispatch says that at a recent meeting  ���ofthe :.Reform^'.Association,;:^  presiding, it was decided that the Domini# elections  dicatiou that a general election is pending, -so  thfcre will be no excuse for any lack of efffectiv<  ization.'.   It. is well.'to prepare >;fpr. a 'September^ cam?a^  paign and an October election, andlwifbiatHis^obj^t^n^v  .view-la'-meetitig'^  British Columbia has been called for the^  take place at New Westminster. c;  ���The effect^ of the ^Conciliation^ Act- whicbo^  come a law of the I>ommionv will be watch^c  interest.     The object of the measure is to sett!  arbitration ^ disputes which may arise bet ween ^pitsil  ���y  Tj. ^wjr ��.r^rw  �� *  . //i- , -   "V-"-  ���' "���.-, A   ."^, '- ���      t'' ' -   r ������  ��� n�����  ' 1 i\  1*  1,  TIT  1  It    ^  i^vA'loAacoifO yy!:.yv%yy-t-^>\';*<��5 mam  **?  ���mm  ::w  it  THE N'BI.SON  MIST  my  jar *��i'(/3  M  %.  I; la-  I? 1  I'  ^58  fei'E  o  2v  j>  'J  and labor, and if.'.it but accomplishes this etui it will  prove a blessing to the country.    A somewhat simihir  law is in operation iii New Zealand,, m it It i his .ith|v>rt ���  :aht difference, however, that arbitration is there made  compulsory while it is optional here,    Our legislator  seemed to think that it would be .'interfering seriously  ""with  the liberty of the subject   to force hin?   into :iu  agreement against his will.     Such a view of the sub<  ject is consistent  with British justice.      But   if .both  parties to a dispute  agree; to arbitration the award i*  invariably lived "up to.    Strikes and lalnn' tronblesarr  unfortunately of'; tcxvfrequem. .nceurrencr jt/Cfrmda.  " and many of them anight have ',l'��ce'n amicably .scsded  ��� -by.; the bringing of \the',part'if:s--concerfi'��ltogether or  bythe iiUervention of some ��� outside ;mdd'isinScresu>d  person. This is what/tJie'C-auAoatioa 'Act'aims at; -S��>  ������deserving an.object is worths r'snpport of'-il'l ela'.vsrs.  and this sapport we bes'pei'k f -r.it.  ;coirn|ry;; for <*y  ; woinan. ,iiud,eliild ;:it*i*t  ������aowd^4:QHMmM  ���.mre;wi!Jing;, i6.:^jj^j|  ��� ��� ��� O  .      ���������������.    ���'���   ��� ,;'.  ���...���������.' ,���"������     ��� ���'���.  '..���������'.-; ���,.���  ������.��������� ?��� .,���  nous,  ^m:m  The Canadian 7V,a, //,��,���. .0r.Moimw!. ���a,u,���,  cau.ig an excursion   t<, British Columbia. 'UMUt thr  auspices of  the  .srs-iTaJi,���,>���). ,,f ,,., i ���     OO -  boards. ol-MoiMi^J. Torom . OkO 0,-b��-   -O^ ,   :  ttiat such a trio   uao<V^ ��� ���     a.     a fA"-  , ::capitahsts:and .mercantile tnerAofthc.ea,lCrn r,-Avm^  quite agree with the7iVr?W    ti  p,cW ��� ' y^'.*u*1-, . I nere i.s a great ae%\ .��*.  eastern capital invested in themiaeso^" p/>' ���  *      '  biv onri ;��� -fS-.��   4   v. f        .   u P"4'-1** u-.bci!isai,o:amiP  Ppppfrtu.mty of instwin-ri!.e ,>-., .,.-    ���       . *'  are interested''  ' "Hariri,    ' ;   ' :' lViuil1 *^v;  fA       ���������    ��� ���   ^-LuVl,,^V,aciopte<fthis''rour^^.v^    ���������  teuNearsagu,   nianv ot tj��r.ri   -..���,..r- a.  " t{*vu,I      tVuUha     firs?     * ���" ;:? ...  .--"���"irthelossorcapitaii.v,^,! aV^Vir" *T   ���  othe:u-dd.catSciIoa1���,���t.Ipt!,ll,^;i;;.;-^  alongr eentlemf-n   <>���a "  "  ^*^a     v <ai]^  dl bear inspection, and our r>ros^v,:K ... ���,   ''��� ^ :JUi<t-s  ducers and dividend-pavers" ��� " pPi  ..,. OiiK/;'friends to;:,lli<s   . :doing;t)iinfir;V^;We;;;tl|;  out of':t heir jMK*fe;'Oft;  :. ni^.uwtitrs i}m0ki%.  11 jic^*'; i i *'^ ;^>,m<' '��f; tlitr;: :;I*I|^  Ca��^i|ck; butjB^4;^t.;i]^  gmw. j.hc, letigtli '-pi ;^|llif|  '.'- \B ctejXAf j,c��rfl. lb^-;::.'-> ���f��N|l'  Sl:tl ff.-'si". .to'lte *feteS1:^  .ai*&ctJttf���� .bl'i!^'Hi;ll.cl  l,r* burn'I be  |ht,^it}$;;id^^  ���^i;|:|^'''  itlint  ;t^tlit;blliiS|:  io.   i-". ���": "A:  ''.', -   'OOO.,;' :.���,'���!,'..'      :;-y.���.y:j:-.:  ���^^^^f^^ifl;!  ����  oo a *|{-*i��.*��w����fca!iiiife:;:^  Ha::ta^:Ii^rvAsrirlft::' "������ ^|ia'^^^i^o��^''v' ""���"������'"*'���  ���>*���� twe <��.ocf��Uf%^|io^  o�������2 �� p*-H��i ��� f<w .th^r.^^^^^i^;E^t^|��^  *x"<-s... their;opp*^^^^^^^-'"-  ��iS  ^^o'y,'Ji;-^>')ilx.���i���:^������i:!f5^!  I* I. %: h l*$ U   M    til I f i *****  J-t .-, ��r.  FROM 'Montrtal we-learn ,).���'.>,.       -    ,  ship Montfort. carrvin. f>Vl-, V','"U'" "'���t"<: M^  - Alnpped as eiigiae settlers/::,;/;*,!}a;;-- ;'"'  ^h��P had scarcely lef, J,venw,l   /"^      ' '"' '*��*]  wnhw,f,retol>eouMiitnr!:^;;:  1 fin C ��� .] ���.   , . * l ��V-  i  ����� *  mtnmgyA  umn  ikv  'kmm-y  ���s>  ''   Wi;l:��   lr,,nbic  not satisfied with the to�����|  ^T'^'' -Th':v ^'  Msted   on   having a  (!ittan.     - ;���-.....,.���,��� ,,  b^n�� interpreted, meaiIS ,,;,,..; .';"rl'.'"-;."    --A.  soon became ��i,a��� ,    '     ''   '"'" ^   T!;,,,;,  soon became exhausted    -,..,1 n  attacked and ,Jadl>M^:n;:J;"1^,--i-.,:,;;  :>?ns. Armenians,  Slavs and -O ''7' '"" k'"3,,; "!  of the heroic races of the i)a���0, a"7.''"p" M':''--v,,  passengers   were comp^d        . l,W!:ui' !|'^"-'-vm:-  passage, the shores of th��- ���,     ''"t'! ;'   ""l ->-��.-iiii..!  aadhereit was found that Ih;^.";1''';1'^ ;-.i-i.  werenot entitled to land   I1(�� J "V" "!v liunn- ��nu  hand and no friends i��� the co.'ntrv/"   "^ il,!'^ '^  S��-   ^e result will be that iiu. m    .'"""il!  take back her rejected ipass,,,.;,;;'  that steamship  companies shm.i.V ,   "  pie that they ought to know. ,re",   ',     "!l i,,i;"  errant*        , Ti- ;�� ^ i,_...i  , . 'l   ��**-*<."��: i it -J ,!.  *o., u���       . .     ���* -vv"    . ������-'.'��� . ".    'y ���" ���-;*. ��� - .'������..���! :'������,���'.:    >.,-  *    ,u -   >^*'.-..  ti? t; A      '   r"/?       *   ��*,  .,s*   )B       is   *   ��� * -'^ "' ' * >; '    '   "'" ;ii"' Alt'-  vs     -������'-'���*���*,. u*av ait; io^al. ,iiiiiia��iitfiflr;te^  a A JVr r-'^i   ^ ;..������ ,.;;.0|..t ^0. ��� ^' ' ���.*���.������''������:- AAaA .. ?';i^'/,v: ������'':.v;a  ���/���' ;"'vaiv?*.^iKi- ifiar Isiiv'ciiitriiriiflrrt  ^6s"'* ^\      r' h>" f lte ��*a:fe c��r :||lill^iiK;.;0���^^mti/o; 1||  ;, ;'' ;'v. iu:ui'y <������'* ilmmitm ^f'JIri^  '''��� * 's. a j- (| j *�� (a.o a , <   ��� . ���   a     .     ��������� ���.���        "������������ ������.',''.���"������..'"*  ,,. ��� ,. ������        " Ul<: ?'c%^ |'tOiicrttoJ5i-t.h^'.���0urUtv-^S  ;   J ? * *     j -, ,     j      ���        , ���'��� .'   .      . .*".'..���    -a ������ r  ivoaao  n if  na tic.i  *   ��� �� * ��� JK,   *.:   i  a;a  aa  ��� ,. . ���-.?- -��, ��fid there 'itrtr-n��^.Mlw*��.^j  O 1   '  > O.  , v  . * .        . , j.        ... ���,..���".������....������ ��� ���       ' .������;������.��.I  'lf J'^:^r'nv eAiKlnefedf��fivibe^teP#  'iH^'��fJ?>u aa any��� othcr^": wllb jim:p��ttsi  f".f t  '��*. a < i  \   V   *i    vl  ,  i'iC  '-* navr  illlSHji-f   .  *  i j  ��� i(,y * >! a ! r,i  ar |.ao|'ii^ jn hi'* ftivorv  *  *  grants.      It is a hardship 0n the  as a loss to the shippers.     There  11- i  I'iaijii  Hi  ' O i  in.list  ��� o u  I     I  '��fU(;"/ *ve��^ told, Isiatkiiif crf'tlie^ilp  Ml Its N:-t* iirmn.   M>ttieof'.wWclr'lii^  uialro- ,.,. ,, ,-|.a ' "'" :" "       ���"���'"  f*  ���:;f ' * djsrrr(jit;t|,jt, tjrcuniMan<v>%  ' ��� . !  t;  ;;;<'";,! ^"����������."��.cxft,u that the Law^g  "t!"'1 ''  s"nrnuce to enquirt:   i��io tte^g  ^*   *^.  ��� 'vxmA-tr^i, n������^ ��-<  ���7j*jOlt-*  OI   *   ����H**W XKr^- ���*rtl*��'����r��>*^f14!nr>w^j,jl v,     ,    ,  *7j ,i  .    r?nt^H'l,^TfcW*TnTrfTiT.-.,,,,..   i        ._ '<A%  ym  iW^ZSrV--  ���;f'  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  is;t|  t!  f!Ufl  ���8*1  i.  ���**��  SI  :k  %%:m  :Wi$>  'yAyy^l  uAy  /if 9  / /ft  "��������������������� '�����  si  %-���  %(������'."  r  **i  orotecting the profession and the public from  ^practices as have been exposed of recent date,  tave l>een !>etrayed, vast sums of money have  appropriated, and general discredit thrown  legal fraternity as a consequence. Hereto-  Itnost implicit confidence- was placed in the  nch have now gone under, and so intense is  |ng of distrust engendered that highly reput-  ft are being quietly blacklisted. There is,  I no profession in which temptations to dis-  fare so strong as in the legal cult. The family  [like the family physician, is made custodian of  tat is held as purely private. He is intrusted  investment of family funds, the management  and documents upon which often depend  proof of identity. With such power at his  >n, the wonder is that the profession is able to  so clean a record as it enjoys. The most pe-  ature of the present defalcations appears to be  lile manv of the offenders were obliged to ad-  ���H * w   ��  |r  guilt \\\ the witness box,   no arrests were  The legal profession in this  Province has eu~  rear immunity from this class of peculaticns.  Ik mav it continue so.  HOW**. Un.HHIi��  *lf Mi'ntr iM   ***** WTR.J1H*  |n robbers on * he line of the Denver & Rio  lailwav will have a hot time of it in future if  not manage to alter their present tactics. On  locomotives of this company nozzles have  teed on the roofs of the cabs pointing at the  he lender and the platform of the front tml of  *gagc car. These connect with the hot water  oiler through a cock convenient to the engine-  jr fireman, who can instantly send a jet of mixed  Ind boiling water, at 200 pounds pressure, that  Effectually kill anybody within its range This  Is for protection against train robbers, and it  I to be seen whether it will prove effective or a  Kobi>ers are not likely to hold up a train  Sis hot water attachment. Thev are more likely  U it.  s  business of the   *' fakir " must be a profitable  ,ging  irom the great army in  this  particular  The farmers throughout  Ontario   have of  n systematically victimized by a well organized  $-M ' *��� *3|7fcflW*f swindlers who travelled through the country  ^0 :���  yWWiV'g authoritv to examine wells.     These fellows  *   "   :. J^^tMake a sample of the water, submit it toexamiu-  /^^^{KftroiiiTh a powerful microscope,   and profess to  :i/V^vr   >l* kinds ot  bacteria,   cholera and typhoid  **?��&}?$ ami general /all-round death-dealers.      These  \ - )"ih* *{rs  the tanner and his wife were :permitted to  * .r&W "trough the glass.    Then the fakirs got in their  */" f ' VJtk : they had a powder, specially prepared %v  v,,*"+,t"'ijp<")sc, ...which was sudden   death to all  animal  -v->:  in the water;     This they soklata high price/  V-'/;;h it proved to be only: plain -soda/     \��e have  -  - T; ard'-of  the arrest  of any of these swindlers,  ' ���  ,-e they have not been allowed to. escape.  nlli  Tfcf  ���ngkmknts are being made for  a Pan-Amen-  position v which opens in Buffalo next May.    A  special commissioner, sent by the promoters of the  movement, is in Victoria at present interviewing the  government with the object of securing assistance in  having this Province represented at the exposition.  He reports having met with considerable success in  the other provinces of the Dominion, and now asks  that British Columbia make arrangements for a display of her fisheries, forests, mines and agriculture: In  each of these departments British Columbia can make  a great showing, and if the other provinces are to be  represented in Buffalo, so should this.  On another page will be found a description of a  perforator for printing presses, a patent for which has  just been secured by Mr. Gustavus A. Evans, foreman  of Thk Economist printing works. The, device is  one which will be hailed with delight by printers  everywhere. ��as it works like a charm and is a wonderful labor-saver it has been practically tested on The  Economist presses, and proven to be more than all  that is claimed for it. The perforator does clean, accurate work, and is highly creditable to the practical  ingenuity of the inventor. From the number of orders and enquiries every day receive^ by Mr. Evans,  it is clear that the trade fully appreciate the welcome  innovation.  Lead is steadily going up in price, attributable* no  doubt to the world-wide demand for ammunition at  this time of war and rumors of war. Even if an early  cessation of hostilities should happily occur, the impetus given to the war spirit^ will probably keep the  manufacturers of ammunition busy for some ye&rsno  come \a\d maintain the demand for iead. A peculiar  feature of the market is that prices for lead are now  higher in London than in New York  DEATH OF BARON RUSSELL.  Baron Russell, of Killovven, Lord Chief justice of  England, died as the result of an operation performed  bv Dr. Troves last week.  * The war office telegraphed the news ot the chief  justice's death to his youngest son, Hon. Bertr ud  Joseph, who is at. present serving as a lieutenant of the  Royal Artillery in South Africa, Hon Charles  Russell, another son of the deceased is now in Canada.  The courts generally suspended business and the  judges and other distinguished lawyers eulogized the  deceased chief justice.  Baron Russell was born in 1833 near Newry, Co.  Down, Ireland, descended from Roman Catholic  ancestors and was the only one of five brothers who  did not enter the stir vice of the church. After  studying for a while in the office of an attorney at  Ne\vrv,1ie went to London in 1851, where he gained  a livelihood by press reporting in the House of Commons. He was called to the har at Lincoln's Inn  18S9. and gained promise as an advocate In 1872  he\vas appointed Q. C., in x880 he entered parliament and became solicitor-general and attorney-  general. He warmly advocated the cause of Irish  Home Rule. He was engaged as an advocate in the  Colifi Campbell divorce case, the Crawford divorce  case, the Tranby Court baccarat scandal case and  defended Mrs. Mavbricko He was knighted in 18S6  was appointed a Lord of Appeal in ordinary with a  life peerage in 1894, and in the same year was made  Lord Chief Justice of England. He presided at the  inquiry into the Jameson raid.  "aa  ,0 *-  *:0.'  ,\ ���< 0 ���r\-H<  ���. ai_. ���'���    ;V#;  ~ "      Ar;a^|'  ���yyy vW^r  A v ?&-''  ��� - v    -   aAA-\  v Aoys  '���: aa?d  ��� c >  Ov  ��  ��-\rtT \    *'    \:i    >v     . ,        -v",     hyr*     }L -    ^ - .      .f  ,   X    t      -   -    .     '.Us ^   '   ^��     . \,     ��    "     OV      ~- - , ���     . . ��        ''-."���,., * ,        *- ,   - t    ,   n   '.     'I        J"-     -..    _'- .  ^^'    -\?v'a   \.      ,,   >-    -    ;"        .      .-^,   \   .���      a:/'       '.-^-.^r   l.     '���'-"      '   >��� ��     .V ���.'"���"    -C.''*'     -\*'. 2��,v-' '.Ao'    ''   . A ^/       oro'-^W^'Aw.^^A^   ,..\.     -  ,'--*���    --'.   , 'i    i* ��  ^   ''        i ���.' i      ,*��,* \-T"   v        '        >   " ~> io'   ��� <, ���. "," " ������' i ���" . *\   "-1     ������a     - in ' ^" " *" -s 2.  0':t^M   A $Mi  &v* w��r/  jr*!^  ���        -as vir?-i ra>i��?j>* >��� - i  ��*_-- s a  UV n H  if fe.v  H ia'*a!  % ��   * i'.-vla   cr *  *' * i<'V ill1'I'4  I   �� T;.orj|iHAi /  *��J  F IV T *��� .j" - *;o f   *  ft      .        *      / Wi  _,... ���.. . if a ta  V&S i     ���A']sff  a r  A* "a .    ill I fa  JA.'~ ;'.     ,,    IMft    *&>  f ��� n  34-4   *-,*   ��*ff��J  |i0V\-L^i  if 4 J   ' m  to--��� i��mjR.  if i* - ?fff'���]  '^    4'  art'  I  ,m  iff  i m  L f.  - ' |��  ��1  ii1*"'  nS*  * # p?  ' o  h^p  in^  m  f^iA-> . A  _Xfi  o,  l?f-  3 ��  THt"NELSON HCONOMi:  MINING   NEWS  "j*��i^  '/���/ 'lK)U.Xl)ARV;CRHivK/:. '���./;;���  There are'a:t least a score oninnesisvthe ds^UK!,;^^  '.the Greenwood. YVw^'that.arc working >teaai!v:sighi  ;' aloncVandwitirgeiierally saiisuctory".r.'^u!w:A- : M<vst  ". prominent ..among .these pre 'the   M ukt-1 Jravo -group  . ' -the'Old Ironsides;';:.'Ki^>i> Hill, A^'ct'priii.tj*.!-   i'/'i"K  ������'/Eagle^WaT.a-l^  ...���camp :: 'GoIden.;Cro\v!i and._\Vinui]K'g, in ���\\'v\lm^U-\��'  ''' camp/;-;'the'city of Paris in, White' >. cat up / .tlua fv v.-  and'R.;Be'il, iir'Summit camp: ;uud.ihe. M����thi?c .Lvxk.  '. .Sunset, .Morrison; and: Bncklu��na us  IfeiiiwsAHi.canifo.  a In addition '.to a ,nUml>er of other' y^A[Ki'lvy<  -Uiat are.  ..'.���'advancing' beyond/ the. /prospect, sv^ge.-"thcrv" -arc  ���' numerous  claims, upon winch.  m*are:br'". k*> 'vvork; U  '' being done and some of the?��'e: ..-.look Qvery ;: pfaainiH'i'ag,:  [t 'is.', evident, tiiea.th it'da^^ke tha ; pfcAaiha^  o|/U.ei:-  '���, nessof business throughout, the.-disui^fand/the ,&mi'<  ' paratiye.. absence..of _ activity.inthe directiou. "of^-eW'  ^enterprises being, undertaken,. Tbtre  'is-much' -thai������....is.  a encouraging in the present "|.H^itK:aa .���"'. I n ��� fact tlieN*  is room: Tor,' satisfaction".air 't\wa ...particuhu Jc>|K-ci>a  One that.T1i.e's.uhstatvtial''progress-;t*nv .ficrag m;u!c^n.  ;, mining'matters' i.sadist'iiictly ai;ar-; 'the'uin.it^of ' the  ; mijring'indu'stry/'and-the���.other. '��� 'which isT'hc' 'direvt  ���outcome.,of this progress, .is 'that 'the il^li/f ,mav m^  ���.fairly... claim to''have entered'-upon the. B.hnnnnt'yt^t..  ���   The old. Ironsides'Shior^d 6.i   {rais'of .<��^>   /if.^*^-f  ^ July and the Knob I �� ill 31a cars.' . .As imr'fifM sbttV'  ���ment.'wasnbt madeauuil July nth' the "9 5 cars' '^m-'  out represents three   weeks* shipments."     Tb^'d^/-'-  '  in. completion of spur lines to the ore .bin^ ata'1 ��� a-V  ���: ting'Sufficient'ore' cars .' ���uecessiiate-i a   ^rii|x>r-irv-Ve-  .duction early in the month/in the rmm&x of'me?/rm/  ployed upon this group   (amines,   , BcUav 'ground  the month's'-work included '���������im'v>H rtf/i- ' L^.  "   development   of   the Knob Hill '���. and . i.js-tV. V  adjoining-Grey'Kaglef    in tin-   c )a? ivl...vaf *    ' '",  .   \;ictoria stoping-ore and gettiinr o r^aV,,/ . aa  ��� .        ������ f>   * '.'tn ���* ���-->!.a oa ^n:i>nira*  occupied most atteiuion.  A rnt.tr,,; a..f -..a        .'    ���"'"!  into to pot down  switches  ;!n<0.sh!'r..v.v.a,.:/..,  .'  room  on the   railway spur ���ca'r   O,-   K,..,;C'hV."'���'  bins.������   A��� diamond dniOrs ,m   tin--nWlo V ,.'/  ployed for several Ym.iiths   i��� .���-,���..,>>,..  the outside claims of the Miuer.c;r;ivt-s'ri/<f1/-    no men are at preseau.anplove��! ,t thoTja^A,,  and associated mines and ah >aaaho<- A- . ",li"  air of   progressive activity aunu [n,o- 00,''.^  At the War Eagle theAa^i vrn^rl]{ v ',-,,  level is now in 205 feet from thmirV     "  , west crosscut 17o feet.      A raise ir,om'. a.  latter, for an air shaft, ran into ore irfMn"\  A drift was run 1 r.feet in   this',m*   '^^^^   ^  tion was made with a. prospect   hule un-v^- ��,l'n^ '  25feet   from the   surface in   orcv^aa    ^  somesofeet in.depth of   ore occur in  l).fS  workings.      Assay   of   average   Almaio^'  $22,60, with values principally j}) ,,,,,-!,.'/  \ o-; ��� 11 a  t ������> s a *���" ������'*���  1  '   ?���  ^n.in  1.' >:  ��� > op  Hok  - a i;  '.Vt-st.  ' i ' :!�����(!  raise from the ioo-foot level . > .-.  mine to the surface, has been eompleh-*  ,v  1" O   .: j       ... f   ...  ittftfttfA^ifta^  "r" -r���  ��.,  sti in tug; deveiopw^itt "wbrk/aii h&^t^^^A-y,  "       .Ot'      "'��� A ���������../������     "A.A 1-o.��/^r^^'*>��tlk'i''  .��>. ��uv i*v�� . # v. ii^f^..,,.|Kii%er,r ix^ner/:4atfyl^  shvill. l!itv^;4rrtyed;;ii!;,^  *** >  Them _ t!*. *n ���" ^,. fr^f^ii. ^^f ti;:;0Mtiiiit;Tri^\^  "duv nnut' i>- ^iif.l.rcsir.fc|,��t ti:t:^i^f4ii^:''fe*|iit/^^/  .iiomthc iWdtKii-'l^U^  ���-, ; ��� ..' ���. ..'.' ..;. '��� .���./'.������..������������ ���������":..��� c: .,���   .'������    , M^*%'��� 1'AaSM  u* ship Jfoar ,/ifir#t ��� ;;i^;Ia>:;tr:'f^'ara^/  fiif)  nia^. *"*iv iii. taring' fife^ii*,f:Uj;*^,w  ������pjfv^j-^t ^l^*ft.i^/fww;l^||ig^  'd*'>hr"j-u*t: m>^-*:il!::!l!l:;llM  whi?rttte<r^#^  itof.kf��*!.v,,^itg-'i  ilic';^!!i%fr,.; ;:Tbm  .Uasi��� .|'I|:*|;:t,|||Valgf' ��I.im  :in tite'^  .-'. Tbe ���!!���: C,' Mm��rttiittlifi|li  ���fHU0v;m��*r��-i^  ah: . !sc'nt.;.|<i ;l|i'f/.iipltlif/:^  ^  1/  i|./lll^fl:1|^i::gl|:  **+..i  I 'lm fi|4':*6ii:fl;liiiift  ,t^A:^fll 1% P d-illi f f ilCIII^  K\.bet >k Vtl0p��|tlH;;^^;;ii.;|||;|  The OI^# �� iff 'fl|C?fl].|v,fet;;;|l|ft  i^ApfaciM^ltfe i.^:f;:ii|^.'|i|0;;|^  'mt   mtr!;fcifii|..'; wills;tiit^'-/oa'^fet^^f^a^?V^S^',^S*^t!l  ���.Twq ^^^'Jlv;^  i s 5 .*:   ��i..t���� �� ���-    ...�� ��:  lin,��s3ih ��   OI I-  t PC/    ^CNI*1PIM  is^i^S\tS*SMi8iS  ft!* ?i^  a ?s-4 ;i b#' s irifef ii:||;;#f;;-":*; 'fe��*fe' ^a*t ^t^il^t/^*  Cf*��viif Silver.'.Sftta^o'.; :Tlil,;^ii'i:;S  ^t!^c;rjia.c!:!vy;;rb���'fr  *-f '.1 a,5-f^t. ��� .'���;��� ,,Tlic;0r^���iiiile:'iti;i  MC^4  a^fi?*.  e,aiiaii !^.^-5iow1.'*s^.ti;���':ff'rctil/for;^-^fi  ^inuf^Cal:jfonn,d^>'y:;C;r^  [T^jK-f tir?i iii ��� J'^dWtksjft; ''c^:iflp:.itf:::-  ����4'^r.h 'were the ' tUickJuiirift--^  - ���'���������.���'������''���.������'. .     |j <���  * ;fr-d llf'j^s MxuirMtfilf ,;niKf',,'Cokf" B^I-/ '^  sari1  <i"ve;��.ptncnivo.i much i'mpfi?ffttic^'haA*��  I}^nithrMV.     1*'b'ca .payroll' for ;the   CHWf  !������    ! * O        f  1 M I  i,,, * !        -t  :t .5      il  If If .  ' ^ "-  ��ft* ���  !i   H.  *|S  .��-�����* 8  TR A1^; ';���:..  in   iiili   nwini*' ��� ��� otia'thc���.(���.*w*> ;S  r-*'��is. !<a.aile<I f.n faH>kpiil:.MoiillWri^  ;Ii>m '1'",';|��I. viys the TrniI Greek i^W  Ji'?!ir sJdUs arc vrtvblovcd   on:tlie-:'"CopI'' ., .���__���  f',:l'4 "[ U2,:* ^i'uu��. and mtm tine looking ^k:*'fijm  "/ll/! ?n thrsutta.ee/ the hWj^' c|oWn^S  uni(/ is Sallowing a^ood hrtf^lug��� w��H. ^ ^jfe  'O   two  ��� >'lK yet   encountered  *��������*  riie/orcv*  *T   It  Jr  1  H ;;?��s|  *VvS  W  *?*:���������  ��.:fe&3  '/fe  M'j��i,.  ,,--"'>(.a|  :ti  <*.,;���������*.������.  Oi*?"  |:I-i  ''i"'v,'ia.|  'i'lSf  s& **' ���  OS  #*"3  ���*;i  .:il|:;"  ^ira&ii  ,��SilL  ?  til  fpfr^  V.K  tl f  ���Cm   l^"Z  ACT    J -I" t  ���';"���-.������-���#*' w V  ���     ,o L- 1  ifeli  Hi,  I ftp  V .4*  f   >  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  T. B. Brazil is foreman, and at present  men in his employ. A new building is  pmpletion, to add to the three already in use.  1 was in town Thursday   and said he   had  two tons of provisions and other siippK��s  h, which would indicate that the manage-  ��ets to continue work on the Copper King  time to come. There are promising pro-  ar the Little Giant group, and it is hoped  development will soon commence. Look-  Main is believed to contain immense ore  The   working of these   properties means a  for Trail; ns they will naturally purchase  plies here. The success of the Copper  be encouragement lor others. Push the  k along.  rift*  il  LARDRAV DUNCAN.  Krout the Ltirdctiu Ktt#l��*.'  Ajax verv little is done,   hut the   east drift  if above is almost Hinder Ajax  ground ngvv,  ^that the   ledge runs right on through   what  to he just as   rich   as   the Nettie L. pro*  i >  i  mv, owned and now being operated   by the  rot hers, is a further extension of the Ajax,  [ere is considerable wash   and timber on  the  V at this point,   the ledge is not   visible  rfa.ee     The Lcmbke brothers  have alreadv  :5 ft   of a   crosscut   and expect to   catch the  few    weeks.      Where the   assessment work  a year ago, above the  present tunnel, there  .cropping of galena in   quartz, but   until the  poed bohm* nothing much enn be said.  osseot Irouv the east drift in the   Nettie L. is  511  and still rat   sign  of the foot wall,   run-  re all the way.      Mown m the   winze where  beiti:^    pushed ahead,   a fine new   strike, or  n    unexpected widening out   of the lead   is  ;  In the   upper slope  the ore is so rich   that  g sacked right from the paystreak.   Average  will run   3000 ozs    to the tun.      From   this  h-i;radc test shipment   will be made  just to  Tate   to the world   that over S500 a ton   ore  produced in the   Lnrdeau.      Work is   beinir  Win    the lower   tunnel,  drifting at.   present,  tetnan H.    Crilly   expects   to put on   another  >'%\vf*"3nen at an earlv date.      A lew   sacks of   ore  ^yja-i-ni   up :$t the ore   house and   there is   enoturh  ^4t\*fy ^\n anil in   sifcht to ship    five tons a dav   all  Vi'iV,"; nm* *,e      The company will ship 500   tons  Jl    *  ���*"; ^* *i^ soon as raw hiding season  sets in, raihvav  ' ��" -aiway.       1 he   Nettie   Lais   improving with  <t$$i  m  proving  li-4V/V, 'N'ut-andeach visit   reveals more and   better  1 *  ��     i  rdKH  "        '<  M&  :'^)i  .y  it 1U  1  sirf  u    he alurnp is growing larger a^ a consequence  ^areiul.ore sorting-    There will be thousands  *'ivin^ there   ready lor a concentrator bv   next  nf  SILVKRTON,  aelter returns for the ore shipped   from  the  *-i claim near Slocan City   was fully up to the  expectations of the owners.     The . sample   shipment  of 4200 pounds netted the sum of $790.18.  Work is being done on the Bimetallic claim, a Red  Mountain property,  Development work is bemg done on the Silver  Wave hear the Wakefield Mines.  A big strike has been reported on the South Wales  Group, on Granite creek. This property lies about  one and a halt miles north of the Great Britain Group.  W. Y. Williams, of Rossland, expert for the Miner-  Graves syndicate, has mr?de another   examination pf  the Rockland   Group,   on Red   Mountain, which   is-  being   developed   by   the Graves   syndicate.     The  future of Red  Mountain   largely depends   upon how  the property turns our.  During last week $0 tons of ore were shipped from  Silverton, all cf which is from the Wakefield Mines.  This will probably be the last ore shipped for some  time, as until the new management takes over the  property it will remain pratically closed down.     ^  C> C. Bennet, of Vancouver, representing some  capitalists, has bonded the Prescott Group, near here,  and will proceed at *once in its development. By  terms of the bond, which runs for one year, not less  than six men are to be continuous!}? employed on the  property, which consists of four claims and is located  in Standard gulch, being in the neighborhood of the  Alpha and Emily Edith groups, and is owaied by  Messrs X P. McNaught, McKinnon and Bartlett of  Silverton and H  Bradv of Dawson City, N. \\\ T.   ,  *  .   "   t  \\'^L"&  .  '  ��� - 'A.,--^y  ���   "', 'l  ' a::%:  ��� o>^f  1 /**��� �� '  &���  '"  r'i  "phe Hnterprise�� people have   made the   following  statement     in   the     English     press :-���41 Enterprise  (British Columbia) Mines. Limited; nominal capital/  ,��150,000 ;    issued   capital, �� 130,060      This   mine  was acquired here   in 1899.     Owing to the   miners'  strike   operations were   restricted for   some months,  but full work has now been   resumed.     Net returns  on ore shipped to March 31st, 9, ,��900.     A monthly  shipment of 600 tons is shortly expected, which should  give an estimated profit of  nearly ,��3,000, or,27   per  cent per annum.     The   profit on the   ore in sight is  valued at   over ,��80,000      Monthly   returns will be  known at the endof each following month.  > >  SLOCAN.  From t tu: Sioean Drill.  The Enterprise is again hiring a few men.  An outfit went out Monday to do work on the Tail  Holt.  No less than seven big contracts are now in" full  operation under the Arlington management New  bunkhouses will be erected this fall, as well as a  number of outside bu idings.  More actual development is being done on the  claims \n this division this season than ever before.  .Twee-men are driving in the crosscut on the Mabou  and they expect to tap the Enterprise lead this week.  The drift on the Speculator, above the Arlington,  is in 40 feet�� with a nice showing of ore in the breast.  Ja Beauchesne is working on the Alberta group  and is contemplating making a small shipment in the  talL  The upper portion of Ten Mile is showing an  abundance of life, to the great contrast of the older,  portion of the creek  A series of as?avs have latelv been made on rock  from the Standard group, near town, and it gave $37  in gold and from 1:50 to 450 01. of silver per ton.  1     .r  . *  ' * v-M  , \0 z *  ' 1 , \> j  AA>  ./a--!  .'oy{yl  . .I1/.   ,1  '' " / AA%\  r it-" n ���'���',. ;������  r       . .'1 ^  yj 'a&l  '    ,. 1  1 '  - \ j  ' a a., ���' n  ^ ' :jA"m   ��.,;;^i  .o-,H-f  . '"'���ij'?-.;  ���fci.:  ly 1  1- a  "V  1  i   - *i  ,1  If       i.  > . U II   ' ��       ���. \    , l    . 'L��v-rl? ^ .*! . *.   ,1      T . . -   ci    ,       fc .. , ..Ll ' '.^^ . L ^l 4.^1^       . ,        .     .       i|   ' .*��Jfc ^l"*-< . li ^�� bb-'C b^jfl  - i  ���Or.   -jj  s: '*** a  ���i: "s-atti   f  *���'���:���   ��� �����*<���  */*  ~<  '; *  ��i   *  M  B,i  it  ft  a?ii-  '41  ��/ J        J/"  @- |/-i'i.  ,i,-J.-.'.^.'. ��$. V^jIo��;   . /  lift-ft ���'  'fMM$M:$' -,  :W;iA;i  M/l  l:iB aSa  ^IfAfp  i  plfi  j $4 ��� W*t&- ���:}���  bS^ saio  111  If: sma:  si'l'Sv*-.;* .  /fff ;;.;;foa  ��M:|a*  M$M-  tA  'f  ^i$a? $?l;  ^>,4I i raff  \yx<i ��i  ~v i'^aC'  *rifcb i ^<inPll?  v<> 1 . ?0'>J   J#fSfl-  .A   V  ^,m iff  \Am a   a j^| aM SI  .a��a?   ' Bimmimns  -^ a Sll If*  1/1 flf#i# If  a IL  s  THiaNki.SONIiCONOMJSr  ��� '  I) '  ���nrMTK wardens'.of. N'e'!s<>n'.:a'ie��� '..sulTcrint; fniin the i*\��  /^:   ''vaeesoof'the ."cut:\v<*rii:.'\;which', th.is,"Mra>'/��n jy  \*afi/n.iv:sn^lli*A.A.  tar/a**  . v; s  i ^. * i: i     ���> ' h '    ���* 'V. T ��  r inv  Af  '!'�����-,  ���proving more.d.esiru'cli.ye"vhan-i'Ver  :  'have-been-adooted. t''rget: nd <*f'the t'H:.>tc.?nst  .���'1 can; learn none of the,. exta;r!nio!!;>  eutire.success., ;;^.Nl.any-j.>tT>,ou-s -4nt  ''���paris...green, f>eca.u'.se.;of i'-is-i^ison^u^ taUtttv  .-can l>e ucodonbt that': there is ;v^iA!dera!*kaTAk aa'ap-  ;���' ..plying .it'.to fruits"or 've^et^blyS"   A:.hAAAt: nf nil?/c,  :;; .who 'has.'-'irietl the renKaly/.aad aaovcda^cniovaa/, ?*;al^  ��� -.me that-an apphicatiVin'or.ff'-;e;d'f y. a;s'h///sf tv;o-o*i- %yil\  ]>r'ove iatal'.to the destructive itiscca  ',. *r.he;'.^>hc.> "/  ���:.sprinkled- around the/'.garden or- .planis -aJI/;UaA;��� Am!  . directly '.a. worm-, touches 'it he" migxh^Aiin.mc^:,' 'Tfo'K  a.,is simple. ���.. ,.Tr,y-it.,'.������ ''Thia-t; are as niaav; renifVluiA f'a:.  the-worm' j'K'St as there ���.are/ caresao.r.' -iCoi*'i:;-- ": !l '.'.thp  ������������ medicine niaii whv>.;vfew vverk-- a// u.as a/a;'Of?o-"f' >a^a  v praises of ins ."*.' he.rbitena/"' ;/ai.H^;'a:rcvr coatarr^ ;\i'%  ; in, town no'wahe wutild don'hth.^. yw >:mi\v-U:is Midkikv.  thai'theAvorulirriut i'ya.ni^a:/*oi;o,:H,. ai ?al Um ^a'Aiea: ^a  toe CutAVonu as wia*. ,a> !���;*.;��� ���.i/;;,,.a;'a%Ataiivv::Hb"C" "taN'O  :   worn);. ���T; have n<n; heard; ora c "*.a: ���Wljk??V^e a^t/o.  4.\ aa  t *"  ��� /'"^  v, Aa?'  :\V  -\ *'. i \   t  ;.-i ^l^Tfa  ��� vi  lo  "' 'O'v    *'  "   ?   * *   "f * ���.-. '  rnkily  ��� fy.,,.  :." ,;��� itena actedonthe-frnii and Actable'rA>i!  .happy to recommend it if !;.do. .'���"'  The goal" King; ���Humberrba- htarvi tdd'-.vi  . -despite predictions to the canr.arv. ihera ho  ���'"uprising in Italy... V Ilis/tsaasAa.^avs/a-ii f  the' next monarch, to receive far ���aa-., ,1L   :  ,  'archists. " This autiotuice'ment ,iAno.'t���alcuiaUa!: jU :tdt*  to the happiness- of the. man of alho>- p.,/.,. ,-.. /���'"*/  is it'crimforlable''-'Views to  o?har r\<U>~< '''^  ..���a effort be not made 'to- down   these 'd-tV,...  ,    no crown head will !>e vj^  '������".   it may notbe out a\   j*!-. -,,  "tempts made to. assassinate V,ifr .-V^M-f^o..,.''- /.   '"  ;��� ..Queen Victoria;.'   Her majesty h;a'I ^^1^//,^," ^  ������     three years on the thr-fMie'tefore a:i AVnv^ Z-  a' uPon her life   It was on a UmZyveZZZZZ\  ': young (lueeu had left' Huck"in-h-^n ZT- ^^'Z'"  m a iow German (Irosrhkv  --a/ '���.>..,..-   ���    '' ��� '���  ��� - ���' ^ ;.. . ������� iio   iOo f     ': ;'i- ��.,.  .  Albert accomnanvinir ho-       a��a     '  up Constitution' Hill.'when  ��� v  ..V-      ^'     "^  a. pistol at Her Majestv iaal   iu>-/     m '"���" *'���"'''''  arrested.managed   u/disehariTe tb.- V,'!     "  time.     .Pale but self-possessed \ZZ< ZZZ "  ''  carriage to show she was uahu,a, ZiZZi '.^  latory shouts of "hundreds of t-xniZZZZZ,'  '"  .-would-be assassin  was dulv tried   ZZZZZ'Z\  band was ordered to be impriso���t.vi '(IZ\Z: ZZ  1 jesty's pleasure.    The next attempt o a'McQueen   was made,two-years   afterwank  '   ^Z  same place.    A .'pistol, also, was \\Z *lZ- '^   ,a .'llu'  this instance..' The assailant' ^iXuTZZti "Z'il 'n  son, and sentenced to death at tln-OM \Z^ ^^ Uva"  Justice Tiiidal.-     The sentence  was" 1^^ ^^  muted to transportation for life.    AuZZZ^^^ ��m'  a deformed youth'presented a pistol  at" H^l<';Wanls  it  ^f^:,A^  ������fh^::r?txri*.��d^  l>f.iekS.,4y^r:wtu}e  fir^!.ai,,!.ihirifc;a^  :Ki>t"^ycii;T^*im"  aia  <-  ,,:,;;l;i^'5iiig::^^��:M  . n'i.g \\i ��� I.; <;>!^t'V��l;^a/.|Ig:';ttiw'��i������*^^;^'^_  r.ci'Vt,H!ii^i:;^  . $: t a i a:i ; o:: r ;i; Uw-mmM /yi|i :1,ife: jij. tt'ifepa  *������ ,���������'��� .    a--y^ ������������;���-',a. 'y.A- /',o;./oi:,aa,/ ���"���,'���//���'���. /oy,r;*^*^i  .i:e4��i^'Io;ite':��|icf^  !i:aiu...;;:-bOfri����  ���pii.b,ir%r3j4t/i;;lmifV^  -'  ���        '.'':'���'' ���''''''''���' ������'������" -v ���'"''���   '���'���' ;;'.  " ��� ;' :,' ���' '���-'."';: ������'������'''<': ���'��� '������'.-..       ���;/ ��� -     ' o   o      A   .     - ^'r^'W'Wfl  i'lKv^1,t!;^!;i;!ic;'M  ^idMmid:mtV  p a ii .'u*.**;!*!   * ^i".^i,;iiL..ai.'.*v "ti'^a^iii*; Asai''P';ii: U'O ��� ; i.:Or*Vl4v:"'0'a;A^  s.a. ^���rtisi'iia^I, 1^  ,jA '������'��� 'A  ���*Wi��  ��� Ik., c! S3 |^-;s^f I: i wm^-: vi$^��::$^  i.V tbey l#id ltfffp;t.||^:j^  ���ft'p|:^^.^l;...--v''' -.��� ;'^./:'''";',a;:A/;;lab;/^  ,i o;?*>?Ua ,it f W0tlli?b:IS'^  ti m{' h.)'��� ;:;^i;cl ^-, ;; Clfli;M^  ^'������impyihms'-.'ihm/'^  \a.m^,*?if��� oC Mfttte dfii���:*;filltft||cifta/!;./--aj^clAi#;SP*  / '>v-y'* u,. %* \ht '^Vly .'cif'cliiiiii'tl^ ^  fa;.a.ic ihir ���|av|KMi:i4^'"i!'&^  aaW   ���    'The fa!��i:.,:��||li!iipt|^  ^b:.a- >/I'rf ;iiHMl��||m|,in4. |Se^:f Ipiial'ti'viltlM^  o.A'inar ���_are erect ii*g: a/V^^^  {"^ -?? t' h a'|/j^ai���,,i$ ,'l:^;;#ii;|j|ii;.:|iii|;!  tbr'abu.fcbe^alHi!:  aiil I; ,li#pt/iiNlf '���'.';.**  Mf*.  ';*iher day; we.fcli ;IM::JW&M  r4i^ naiuii. to' cbarrlilf ''tli^iii'^l^^  which, he i.h Cf���>nh'ctc1^d:;.',;��t.|;|cr;;'#W *j  .ivor.d.Vfojt, .f;OHM^;'ii��toj.iir^  "'"'        '"'���'"  "'������'"���'    ' "fi;i.iiiftf9<*1  ii. :dcbi ��� witieii 'he;'.'.W<^^^ti  .,. '/���'���'    ������" ��" ������;;*':" II  b\k ho <,vtai Id: Im? !*>oked Mi*ou���' *���* -^ ^^' b  .'';-" .���' - f ��� - ������ ������ * K, $  ;; * v;*v of a ,rcHgioo#.' c��:niiiiitiuHy"':^W^,^",  nivarnind ��� h lb pt!bi^fsfe'o^fMtCIBCfc;  >t:\ut\ then-' ^hirki??g/.'t.lidr'./*^.^n*  ibittty-  V* ��� f  iii  '���-*'1 ����j��*��k c^.u'u��.i*h;.us ���a'g��ttmi; thjfe'l^P.'?-":*^  ?hi^��� wirkcti %vm\*l nntbuurelvirVlfe ai.t^^  r Guiding find frfrnt^1iipg-votJ:'a.*V^ .  d' wo'rsh\.p m as to" iiitrtci W. mi^^:  lhi' ^'<-��rine'���{>r.caci'iiecL-.but by���t'tie mag?*^?^  /'dituao ���   '��� '' '/���"''���.���" a/:.'' .'���///  lt.n�� pleased touote-'Uiciucc^  u> "bKatuzc.an aumicur xithlette' ^^*ttott.;j^'\1|  y'^'fe Haunoie luateriii! for tucli �������'��� -^^    a,I  lh^ ��Mpital of the Kwtdnay��;:".' At prese��M^"  CJl>' ��'*thc fHovince so devoid of' ���Who^^^  ����ent, esr^ciallv during the winter months* g! ^  if'    l ��rjL*-,"n,,rT'-'W���.-~V--"   I**"   ���"�����    *\       <*    ��    M.,   -)rl*L-n^\^�� T ^ M- ^   !��������     ^        '    \    ��J*   V    1'jlPf   *    ^'T'" "^m" '���    -W,_ ^.O'^"'-''1"." I 1111111111  * *��� ��*       i i��    ii ��� ^ ~ i s5    j     .���        j*-.    ���_    ��u ' *    u "    ' -r    j      ��       i     *��� ���'( i�� >!i*i \   *   a"a��Ss  ,1 "L       S       L      V.1* H t '   (> ��� <���        " . \  -   ?   J.      O |   >     .  *      * I -V .'I'.. H     I      ��    '      LI* t       ' \ " ',     41 ' ��HHU I*]  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  9  lours.      A stroll or two up and down the  a few nickels dropped into the slot raa-  |h varied success, some quarter of an hour  the Salvation   Army or some other band,  [(the ordinary homeless young man escapes  Sons of the saloon or card table his mono-  >ning has been spent.     With an athletic as-  !'n full swing,   the gymnasium  will  afford  recreation  and  entertainment  for  those  not in this western country the comforts of  it home.    Our good c ��urch members hold  imds in holy horror at what they are pleased  Gravity,   but what efforts do they   make to  |Where is my Wandering Bov tonight." so  him within   the kindly influence of their  ?    "I am not my brother's keeper," will  accepted as an excuse,  |'t hear much of divorce court  proceedings  and happy  that it  is so/    Among  our  Jto the south the matrimonial laws are dan-  iccommo^ating.      On the most  trivial pre-  hot which is supposed to bind " until death  Sver,'* is untied At the time when people  (their  minds to marry   they should  at least  torn one another for some months, if not vears  |r a week's acquaintance wont do.    ** Marry  fid repent  at leisure/'   is a disagreeable or-  hen impetuous  youths make this mistake  lore to he pitted than envied but when the  [g couple are well up in years there is little  ttion shown From Woodstock. Ontario, I  ft a writ has been issued against one George  [ktsoii for breach  of promise  of marriage,  about sixty years of age, and Mary Elstone  BAT, is but ten vears his junior, Marv is a  teorgeau old bachelor, and a wealthy one at  [ow, one would suppose that these people  |old enough to have sense. But even at three  irs there mav l>e some sentiment  in a man  ��� i*  leldom found iu a widow of fifty.   1 am anx-  how the jury will handle the case    PC  NELSON MINING NEWS.  iso is doing well, as is also the Venus.  ijber of practical   miners   are at work   at the  )g�� and great things may be   expected from  guilder new management,  jelter is preparing  for a   busy time,   and as  some big stacks of ore ready  for treatment,  ?es will be blown iu, it is hoped, next week,  oyston   group,   located   about a mile  from  Mines  smeltei, is   another very   promising  g   It   has   just   been   registered,   but   the  f free-milling ore  brought down from   the  ���BW-��nt show it to be a rich property.  ft����ht of way tor the  Molly  Gibson   tramway  'V^^SSW^1^   anci ^e  work   of erecting the line  .' ^^Mllltnen^d the first of next  week      A party  f " ?L^^^|ers J^^vc gone up to build the stations   Tlie  * -* '^^IS^'S.'cxx^feet long from the mine to the road  1 H?^: Ihe [-ln!lr^  'pattern../   The company-s   inst . -.;^?^;pjf.to build a concentrator eventually   and the  to this   contin-  recommence ship-  *^h^p being put in   wdth a view  ^/>b/ ffhe Molly   Gibson will   re  j -feeks hence  * il"  - i*1  iV  ^operations in the Nelson district ������continue  "|^e amount- of business transacted in the  * |'���office shows an unusually large mraiher  v Jations and also transfers. Morning Motni-  .pines  to  maintain its  reputation as a   vast  po       ��� ^ . ��� r ���  'bmineral, and during the past week some  ' ising locations have been made. On the  \-a new claim, some splendid free milling  pnght to town the other day as a sample of  |be expected with further work,    ,  A PERFORATOR FOR PRINTING PRESSES.  In printing bank-checks and similar stationery the  operations of printing and perforating have hitherto  been performed separately, thereby consuming no little time and requiring considerable labor. A perforator  has been invented by Mr. Gustavus A. Evans, of  Nelson, British Columbiafby means of which the  checks can be printed and perforated at one operation.  The device consists of two parts, a bed-piece and a  punch-bar. The bed-piece is provided at its ends  with lugs which are screwed to the top and bottom  edges of the platen. A series of holes in the top of  the bed-piece open at their inner ends into a channel  formed on the under side of the bed-piece, which channel serves to receive the clisks cut out of the paper,  openings being provided which lead from the ends of  the channel to the face of the bed-piece so that the  disks can be discharged. '. ,.  At its ends the punch-bar is provided with springs,  the lower of which is   screwed to the   bed-piece, and  the upper of which is formed with   a V-shaped guides  which is designed to engage a correspondingly-shapedg  recess in the bed-piece   to insure correct   perfora^f  tions.     The   lower   spring   normally    holds    the|  punch-b?r in open position.     On the   under side   of|  the punch-bar are punches designed to register with;  the apertures in the bed-piece when the impression is|  made      To release this paper a slotted bar, spring-1  secured   at its ends   and longitudinally   movable, is g  mounted beneath the punch-bar,  When the punch-bar moves into a closed position,/  then   the paper-releaser moves  in  contact  with the  bed-piece/and  is flattened out.     As the   paper extends  over the face   of the bed-piece, the   releaser  engages the paper at the   closing of the plates   and;:  securely holds the paper in place during   the perforation.     When the platen opens, the punch-bar is also |  opened by the lower   spring previously   mentioned,  thus withdrawing the punches from the paper.     The  releaser then returns to its normal position, and in s6  doing cleans the punches.  Tlie perforating device can be readily attached to  the end of the platen, so that the face of the tympan  can be brought almost level with the top face of the  bed-piece, rendering it possible to print close to the  perforations, if need be, without tearing the paper.���  Scientific American.  A'  A  >" 'A  y%>A'i\  /'A  ���'< .r -'���-t.vj"'-'f'I-''���y/r''" {{���^������������������~tp'-<',\*v-/<-tii  AyM^AyimyWWw!^  bbab;'aliS|liliS:  s.:;b;i/'babp|Iii?;ii  Aa<iae>a  :i;;a;;w::iaaaiife:asi3i|  AAAAA:fEAiyyl0$^mm   .je^rl  :MMAMl  ���'-'��".'��.��jiSBS.��l  'llfeil  v^AyAyy%-yyyAyyyyAyyMi;^Bi&>\  ;���;'.:.. i.i.'i: '..������ .^;���!l>,;^^i���^���.;;!"',.;::ft;iy^A';'^0'Si!I^?fesi  :,,: ?o; ���;:,; i yy A ,oos AyyAi$W-'AA>!:>$$'  ';,'o,;'v.-.y .'.,'\i!;.'���!'{:'.'. a. ]s.'.'!';if^' yyyAAAH&i&fo  AyW$;A^!--M^WS^^^  a;;:oa;:a^^  :������ ooA^o^ro.,o-oaA^o^aA$^5'��*J  ���: ���'"���: '':������.y yy 'i - A;-. ".:; a AaO'^Aa^^a  ���;.;>i-"ijii:*;��?l  While the dog-catcher is conspicuously absent in  Nelson the dog-snatcher is disagreeably present. Mr,  Blake Wilson is mourning the loss of a fox-terrier pup  and other citizens complain of stolen pets.  .Syimfa^i  SS?5  The estimated receipts and expend tures for the^  cal year ending Julie 30th, 1901, were presented in  the Local Legislature yesterday afternoon��� bb' ^h;e.;:r^-:;  venue is estimated at.:$x,759.239, being an increase of  a quarter of a million|over last year's figures. The  expenditure is set down at;���$:2,220,3880 Among the  votes are $17,400 for schools in East Kootenay, and  $48,760 for schools in West Kootenay. Nelson gets  $t 1,200 for roads, bridges/etc, while Rossland gets  $22,250.  ��� ���.<":'���,; op****"  "./;,=-!:���:������:'fc."S��rt.-;  ,...,,:,,.:,;.,0/, f*.%dl ������ \  -;���-'��� -'*,.\l',. .  ��� I_��i ���  "-.���-;^ y---:---.'*si- -"* -��j  AAm^s  ���All^lW  AAmt&i"  mmwk"}  ��� ���'���'..-.'���:::���}���:���'���'/ m*       - 1.4 I  ���;.."^.fesjj.3f    ���' "tl|  CA'^  ;>:04 : '."-J  .'"Ll  **       I >f i4      -3 l,     r  1.1   i    ^ ^1  ���'  r"   *,  .f t  i    -*\   rr  'A r     <���  "k      l_ ,      * '  J u    *-    U   -J  fc*  11 "J *^ *  '       i  1 b  I   ^  1  '-*  1  I  \  -.;;.-;.'\.::o: ;:/������.; ���-������^:A;:aA;;S|| f  ���"   ' '   *.      '  ' s?"     v .    ,  .a <-' "J  -    -aa,  ��  '   i ��� - -' 1   a,,    ,, r * -a,  .,-    -A/^.   -��i_      -*,.__    ,^.   \     ...���     .    1     ,* \X'-=''.V    /       ,,-aL a*-*,  j-**-- a^    ." "..-��-  \-'        **.-  ;'       f    O .*-    ���, ���   O  ���. i     1   i,'t .v        1 ^ .    *.   1 t���   ^   , r ^ , -       *��� ii'   ��      -,     -     't      *       -   ,,    1  il r h      \. -. 4l     t 1���1 t- \ 1��� -��� i.* '-'^id  W  *�������� *", "*.  ������^���>' -������:  .��. ��� ��� ��� rf..  !���������(,'��  '-   ���"+  "ft     L^  v   '5  to^va- t oi  "*".���* l. i * o  a t*  r   if  }.  V .     * i  10  ' ^w>ww>yw��iMwa*Wk����6*aytl  :'sr.KciA'rrjrv wk jttkn��� nm "tt$.fe ;k6$$&  OO;  y<Mu  ��� Lj3**Wi  ,i5:��a-*|  I.  *. ^v  v^ j  C    i*Stl*   A t,fV^      r'l  ^ I.  t.  |s' If.   f.1,Si��;''" *  .'it-f   *  IT     > **       .  ���  *   J   ���       ��� ���  fir   I *v  (' ���(  ��L    .J  I?* * ,���...  fes^a1  n 1 p ****** i /  I1/ {^ibllil *'  ;!vJ,< U ..wr !*'''���  l,�� i lit.       ivHJr>   ?>  IIM  iff"?  ^  '    1'^   �� ...  If I-!  V-? e V  e   '   f  u  i ��� ft  & '] 'k  II *J.  >u,  e i >  fiit-,  m  A f  ^11  t";  i*'yi "  af  ?;ll  . vTHE.':CAMP -GHOSTb i ,  ''ft;'i'4^T'M ���'very:-dr'6wsy to-night J/^a/^ and. Bill.'. Lacey  ���-*r-' bvawn'ed.'.another.Vawic-    'Thixi:   of our'1-.dull  ���V' t-   i :-      t . ,   ��� - ,..���'������  .'..���'���party followed .suit. '��� , -'��� ao'  ���   ';���* Say,..,.Billob when yooa>pen thittb^ce'c*'. vo?yr%,fr-  reminds "me of a: circus, ,1 was 'i:it'in."''/--Sjx)kaue. ��� ';,Thc"ev  ��������� was. a lion there ������ihiV.'CvHdd.'Or^  ,, enough to ..admit; iii>; tamers/ head. '"'* '       , o /.-..   b  .���"'��� Con.Conwae-was' the-'speaker   ������������' ���'"���'���'���'���,���..  ,' *' You:re; well 'irp'in ..the' bin.'',. '/^tor:,(*s;:,(:a.:>f5-.";; , Wii'*' ���  .Bill's quiet "retortv. a>; nebDrc^mkt!: t.vti'^ht  ,a'sh.A:rr  ������clay pipe,..and en/abtl:fe' e^cb'obbn>: joke,��� ��� :- :  '';������.//Tti.e. Irish.a-gai'h.^  ���''bryowbpiac/be.you.can tell,, me flow an- imhmmt: m^:  sembles-an Indian ;?'*'���  :     ���>.���'.. '., /��� - /  ..' *V'Beca,iise'-Irishmen -.und IfVdUr^   w^ta- Sv��^v-;��-'v*W������"  people, attd'-now'.tlievVe' lK>th'in aaai hiiv a^-4   'iK***?-'  : countries under the/sway'of   ,stranker.���*/*"���, : . $uafe was '  BilTs elucidation';,'   \��:   .'.-    ,: a:\.'a. ���.���"':���.   ���  ';.,- '/,  ��� 'rNothiu^ <o' riwM'/   -R'iU'',v,f' /o/'A; a1,:     ,,*����* a\a  ���   /u.,',.*,��s' ���������-''���   ���'.���jvi...i.;��.. ,i,>o.L, ,    x.si/u   c.ra    ���      i -a ��� .f.**.o.'  ��� -vou"'/ ';G.ne smokes a. piece "efi>i re aa/!tb^ o-Hw ���.oA^/  -of .peace." .;/��� a,; . ���'���' '''/ .;.  .. ������The,yawning ceased andaa.did the bui!ae<a which'''���  prevadedb ���.; Old; Ned ; eo!mitcerecS .���' a/ aietv ������a.,  w/ble '  ;.away,th'e time, arid weab '.drew, ckaarx uV\hr  "listen."; . ,���' ���������".. , ��  i-i''TtsnoWi many years ��� 3iA,/:/..L  before. Xefson was eveTrbbo5vr,a> r.(  ������prospectors:-'were-cjrti;>ed over cs  smehe:  *fl..#'ijW   *���;�����.  ,.-��a  AfOl  ���n^M:;  wnere   now the  ���>������'.*    ��� v V.' i.. >       \  j- c t ������ ,,-.. ��. T. ,  ���    !������! .  hundreds  think -.much of the  that we were.!ook.nieobawn t..���,,/.,  to betlie rirbf->? corn,-.-L.Ok,,   o       '���'-  "���-- ^- ���;-,--^A     KO'Ottn,,i-\;  the iallof the vearr-<>w <f   ^���.,w...fK ;;..   ' .  to.have in tho5eb|;>b-' " ������ K "   '*  ;0-'r '  .   ft ^ r.  O .  t i .' ?  It f.  ' 1   i s  u'"e  ,. ? ^  ���������-.. '-���*. * *. * s  '��    J   * :  i4--*s,.  'Q^fifcihMra.-'lfe-'^  i      ���>���.��.���  ii i  *',< ':  :���������   . * i  i>.;vi  .4%  . .#*'  pie:  .,'���///���+''.M'Uc!i;;iiiift  'bal!^li:feiy|,te;:;.;%  t* ii'fA' ���. a: , .������:  ���*;:���..���'���>'���*/' ;:;:-oa;vo-a^^/'    / '**���������.'o''.,PiM|  .JiiI,I:.^,p^5;o  Ji^;4tiriftf:ite"^  a.: ���   .>:���'���������������.- .*��������� ��� ;.*ov-f^o^w  mJ..rkv;,;*bTif':^  ;;t>^r,p}|^-;,;ir^tt^^  /b^^^b'-N:CltJlIll|;';^  '.IvxtilflS/:?^  "; ���' CW;1^^^ ���|rv-. i|^';b  'K;f^:3ii^-."#wafy^  ;;'k>rli.;blf;|,Q;fl  ���^.../"jC^ii-^  ; ;���*,;;: Cw;*ii^i||r^^^  ./srt %W; p|;; M;||Ii^|M^  ,^ ^ W:f ;iti#b  ',cefilii*i^/|f^J^^  ' I/b��f '��� *f WllaSi'/^^  ��� o| !%i% ,f|*K|; :|^*|||p;^|||^  ;*ee :!��� 'sfriitf fe,; li^bSil  iHil-we ted:;'  ������������.''��� a- ���-    ���. c ,   ',   " :  I Co'lis:,.;'';;''','/',  �����..' ��� ������'" iMm-Bm^^  itjAui ti'B^  |MI%;:ili;;i;:|ff^i^  #isfti if ���'. I��*:;s##fee m  ��il  ���   O     ���  . *      .���'*.'  '^ ',*' ii ".;ft: S 1,"    J'* i i-'-'j*-* ij*  , ���\:-.:,- -* s %    *#.H.M��j#'''  Ifl  ':?*  uie- l^m/Ief ������ %wfr��%:.. ^#i^|/'i"  **  t*^-'*'!  g::llifp;/-|itI'!fSl  ;s a n Ati^ice^f :|.!ic '^f f if f ||pili|��f'  ������ ^ra �����m; t h^ir feti' ;itf fp:��:|i;|^  ''" !.i   did ���;' tfeaf tlij^/$^^ ...  iA tiKaM" iht iv&m^^^  O M J ;.. I1' '*.  A��-. %^^bAp^^N^^ft^^/'/if.:/.i^#^ Afip^���:^Sff ��?!  .vH  !*>.  b fj  a\^s]s    .,  flSa^     r  !-wii/iViJ a > �������       ����� a^  Pi^vl   4*"  ss.l   i arfij-,  f&4 '^  -^  ^  ���a6<fi^  A  >**    it   tj^riu .  I lJIL      ��������.  1  1 :    \    *.  If        ,*. A,^ ��   ���  r-O ACS  Against  .wilt oc. comnicma/ ti;l.c,,  of Clothing  (';,.;ir   /'/ ''  ' *        ...,'���.  i  N, ���!  \ r  . o ���' f  Two Hundered and I-mv n.,;.      r   -���  at   Cost.    Mena Funnshl.,,:       * ^"-="-  Pants.    Every ArtkAm [A  �� ���   ��� a '��� ,%a"      -i; "^Ib"   %  ili-: [���n:timm .Ci^ar^'HCC/Sale'.w.?c^ ^  t��>    ?ai i-;;    ^-^*��-- ��� IW *��'^::!baf;''St0::   ^.  n/ck.c   rwiii''for inr:'!:Va!t;o.  ���'���>������ t  r ��� y t   {' '  i  i  ��� -. *  '.'   4 ' O,  -"  ,** J*-      L.  ^     ���' ��:cc r!tiii<!rtc!b1>^ii'i^''<^ ^ \  1J *-1 la pa.: ���    h t>ur ; Httttdr^a a t.<*^:.* A|   ^ _ u  a a v   t..   -,,   't>^.�� -fA, 'l-'i ��� fbeo,^;u,k*:rf,      oA.oaA    '^  ���,- i      �������� i,., a .* ���     ���  :ST.f NELSON  if the Big Canvas Sign  ; j  ���x V  -V - i  i   11*  "      r  ^   ��V"4    ��       Il       1  ^M   |*       i       i  / ������>'  i  ---*, (.     L  W  L1',!' i'l'l  ���^F_1  v  L l>".  '-     I.    J If  ,  ^ ,^^   r*"yy^-y.r^ t ^^rwr;w ^_      ^ ,.^r*���-^*^' o'[      "������ - I III . V    " l > I ' I*   '.    V   -       j)    1 ' ,   >���  ���      i   \     ��"��  I       I   vlv    \   ', ���.' i    -J^ THE NELSON ECONOMIST  11  ;  ,l r- .#  %%}  ?    <>W  ?5  t'.  | an ohl   friend   and   prospector      I will  his name, for he is   well  known in  the  today -so is  the  boy, now a  fine  young  [he little incident of which I am  about  to  prove an unpleasant recollection. Besides,  md to secrecy in this particular.  make a long story short, my   friend was  rting trip iu what we  now   know as  the  tp, and his   heroic little   wife insisted   on  ing   him,   arguing   that   she   could keep  he was out in   the hills*     We   induced  our party, and united a happy party  we  rtle fellow, Pete,  soon   became the idol   of  There was not a   man   among us   who  lay down   his life   for him.     We built a  fc little shanty for the new comers and all  is marriage bells until one day little Pete's  |with a bad accident,   breaking bis leg   in  U'c   at once   came  to the   conclusion  js��t thing we could do was to remove him to  ���for treatment.     We   got in some   outside  [the poor fellow  was   taken away, his wife  dug him.     Before   leaving,   however, she  hj unctions as to little Pete : he was to sleep 5  the   shanty, the light was   to be   put out |  t as soon as he fell to sleep,  and the  door  ecurely fastened,  were two of us   left in   the camp,   besides  Pete, the day the hospital party left. That night  we put the little chap to bed, and I sat with him  until he was fast asleep, and then as noiselessly - v$  possible proceeded to put the place in order. This  done, I fastened the door and strolled over to our tent,  intending to tumble in. But it was rather early for  bed, so I sat down to enjoy a smoke. But my pipe !  ���I had left it on the little table at Pete's. I would  not go over lest I should wake the lad���for-a couple  of hours at least/and during the interval I employed  myself reading a novel entitled The Haunted Castle.  ;;;,^he;;ghostly^^  ;*.:\vhai;^n  a smoke to settle them;   t  ''   ���'    .  ';;   ���''���''   .'' i;    '-.:     "-:.-.      -������'"   ','A - ���" '"(- ���:��� ,0''" ������'a'O  ���- '-' "0"    '���'"���'���":'   O.OA'.'A ~   . '0   tA\ .��� '���'-.'    '.'    :,'-/;,-.;���    A-r '���,-���'��� ���'},:   ���'���'-��� y ',   ,-A ���y:'".\':.-;, Ai,!.,\::, ���;,?���'   00'".   ���,���    ;,:;..,. A T,' ',.'.  a-pipe,/atid;:ypti/:'c^  yiwhiehb^  "Pete/was/^iUafastasleep^  ���.'������; '-'O, 'h-y:-'���''.';% \ ���''������������������'"."';,.'. ���'.���.���;"������:"'���' 'y..y:.'"!~yy;yyy ������,:'-!" '���������l'*.."':: .i ���;..-', ���','���;/��� ���...���.;.'������ O- :'l'0.::."^..,,...'00-'"*:'>;0.":;.'^^  >;;b.rief/hpu^  fo^jrS|h^|  aGastle';/?^J/:ifde^  |hot;|'ha/^  yspdhsibiliK/l/ea  ^������y^'yr''-y:y:yAy:'^AAtimy^  ^b��|d^  ;aand/;foid|h;^  J$j$jr|p^  oyer/to;the;sh^  ;gotatherebifoweyer|  //b/S:i!i|  ;A;/is/iifll  ;/.;i;'/:;/";:/Aa*ao^$i:?3fe/i  ^A'^-AAW^^^S&M^^  ."���,' 'y-,';y ������������'��� 'i;AA ;0." AAA w?Sl  -.-;,.. , .   ��� ���> -; ��� j,;;^ >.Vv '.;v-^^^^^;rW,'.^H  ;;a:/b/^i|lob^llllili^  '/''���''���:VbvCa.#b'^  AyAyA^iyMf^MiAMMik  yty>t  yyypi��^i^i  "'���"j),.;T^.'..CJIVii.'{^..?  /i:b!;bi?.l^:a2l|;:J^^^^'  y,):y ;o ���:��� yyA aAK: vyMft&fc-n  yyAA^AyAWAW%0&i  ;��� :;a//a!a a aaa, %wmm  bbb^^pbiiii^^S  ���:'\A%\--":/'/'':/b'b^"a?^A ''P^^'A-:^':'-':^^  ���ISbiol/SliifiBf^B  :aa/a:a:/:e^sa|aiii^  /##a^%'o/s/MaSii^Si  ic.'.0;  .* -.wf a^'.-*^rt-;  ���>.,.\o,; i* *.  FECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOOPSbl^tl|iiftll!^l^  PRINTS, LAWNS, PERCAL^  E WlLL 0FFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMRIIErIoODS  AT PRICES BELOW COST.  PETS,  '��� fly '*.*-  r     -  ������'OKis ra^fl  f* a  i  *���*,  ���       i*-+  12  THfc NELSON..' ECONOMIST  i ��� ^l  trt.  A  �����<  #  It-S !  r k  1 r>  '*fi-*'   iff  lie 1!  f  if*, j*  MS��  ft  ���!��  &-.   "^k  Vi*i.  I  *v�� ST J  vvf ^  r,4< J'.^^le-  i'  t  <i  IrW    if  ,r h  '"*  '1.1*  V*V i i  \k  lit  'f.iiWT  �����,*���.���*'  iir   f?  \?  i-it-   V  v c  'krt  $i  1*  ii? /���  ���fi*  ,-,***  4   (  rfl"  ! < h* +   '.      *   '        **  M   ��,*  ��. * * *-���  A)" l ���**s  t**r  ��4*  t- o  ����� as j  r-  �����  . ������ ^  MC  ���.     ���     * j  'J ** I K  t      r   it-  1    ���       t-f rf  *'  hjo  Iftt  * A.     J  %\(  f'      t.  ..3l  *      *  *���  fr-ife  rv   ��-i  il   ii  'i*   .'i  i  BMi  rC  w  y"v  ���&  > ^ !���-  li1!   J��.J  * ^  ��  Ml  awj*  -II  >u  iff ib  *b%.  AW!  ' to offer in' support of -my. statements, ''ami- was .obhjjc^l-  .' to submit to a,.'!ot oiehaifin^/oiethe score of' tny-.HjtT*  . arv.tastes, and t-heaianger i\i' ������ w<;tU mind* ���'��� i-ndut^uvg  '"in such������' trash : as The'. Haunted;C:is,!,!e:;.,..'H,b^cvcr;/  we rearranged'-the little hb'tfseh'o^  - hote';.of-the;;pt>stti'oit'.in/which we places]' thi.t.tg..>.- ���Thee.-  'we retired .to,our-tent .having , "securely. 'b^U'i^A'Jlic  ;, shanty.-door.' ���.��� ..'//"���  '.''���' ,ArEarly'next'morning;';;Ioni> f,Kbbae b'cte, .woitld' be  .up, we returned t'vfjhd-ihe'ph'Ce a^ani aC'di^etka���,-.������������/..  i-our arrangement "of' the 'nicjvt/.'l^ft/re; all" uir^i'':, a tab  -'Pete still/���peacefu.Hv-sleenin-i!-. 'a ,A vo^eeara* ^imil-.u''  ���nro'sfranimc was enacted:.. the '.second   aia'c hv much   i.o  ���rr>,~  out (iiscon]htnre.;and on.the shirderugli! ab ��� decided'  to stay "up'-and solve the mystery/*" i^^bk/:  ��� ���o" Fete "had been ssru^ly". eiNtallfd. 'iu-his'Iht.lt*' beC���'  while/'outsidcAv-eb.ke.pt . Wotcle- yA^mt y rntdniehi���  ;t be h our..w-hen eh u rci?���,>��� ards y;t w a, a^ed e'? ^'>'ri.- ci vc'ti r>-  their  '.dead- ;we:���  Janeied ��� we'bbeard  ^.rrx  *',.�������*-�� * *-d  ��� ���'��    * t'lli   UK   t i il i t      {. '.  ���'     .1.4 V, 1 IS     iii  '     . ' '��� " *" ,.��� '. ���     ' ������".'���������''..,���'.��� ���' '   ' *+     ������;���������'',���.  while'-I' stole' around Hv ihe-h-trV o.fbH<* ^::v,,^.,;. b,,t  'peer��� through the. window.. . A eu/aaa Ia?er a a/ea,!!,  gunshot   echoed, 1 hrough''.. the hills,  * uivc  j..,>ie.a,Oii.r.5q)iii'   Viluej      Ait.aiHAa'  ,!  ; .qi��t^m*''::i't;.'iien;,:;/:pi%, %vfc>  ,:.: i.>rkn.!o '/'Bbeiiiyi/ /.  ;:;b.-/,Pttouf;tfo:^  .;/���'time'ite llit :;/^  ;���': ������ {si n i y. ;wt f^^;:^ m^^  ���; :nu$0  ';,tftaf; ftstte'.fi:W ������ *ife  ;��� .������;,'.���..,/ -".. aa���'A-A'/o o, ;;a,aa^;-o* T-*-^.*��*itStf.|  ;.tiic tlMM^  , and. ^tti^ti'^.^^  .,;'prv^!:^I:ae/|ifiv;#fi^  '' ov/' i*\ *���''//"///������ y^" ''���/���'/������ *:';':-:"-:;/ .'������;';'::/;'.r.^?*��  i,-3>e ��� t he. t hit$t^/'tlic���l��;iiw W4m^:%^  'i-th'r .a!r^'-offibCJ*:a||p;yb||^^;;;^���jf^^'^-|^^  ���.tb.>t:k:r|o^:.;^!;;ib^  . *vo:men -ted;.feii/^feiil^^  , nb e4.^e. ifee'Cliirif ^ ^ :',:" ;:;':"'  ;--.;;.'';^M*:>E%^^  ���^trwf;fe;:C^��t  . <t i. : , +. ������   5.,. _   - ....  I'-i f'T     ;> ' \.       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':-? *':/'���   y ��� 1 h^  '   ''        i  T }- tT*.  \ - f  ���i ;��.-.��� Vt 1,-;  Fm��� WATCHCS-  A SPECIALTY  ^^f^si^jii^^^Eai^  *r   ^f1*1 f"* T*1��� t**.^ * 1* ynr^  1     I      1*  ������"   ->���'  A*  1  1  "J  ""r^-~w.  j      lh 9  ,      j ,   r -  r        t  r II  I 1  ^���  .wnnri, ^f ^if^.Hrf|.��. iM jv^. ^  ,       .n���     flffl'  r^ . -lr   1  1   .  jjr-      1         ' .1  1      * * ���SB*.  W:"  '������y *>*  i;t��simm  A:ao A.Ai-f .-������.:.'1:i.;^v...'-:f-j*3fO ^?��i��-*>  . -Aay,:- '������ a>a-'A*'.,:   /JA'r"';r'r^'-^Pte  ,v"-"/'a'"'--':<;-''';>��� i- ''���A'^yAy.yAr^/'M-^vp.  '���^'l:vi,^ti''Ariy-^-^��7a'^ffl  >'r'j';!*f4jO#i'  ������aai��p  '. n.  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  13  ''������:AM  <m  m:  0S1  OA  A��1  a  **r.  lj *��s  dl, New WestntinsterbQti the 30th day of  koeommencm��/ato.tx^  jJal-Consiejf^^  e'is ;conrihe'd;'a:ito';/:dele  r%ttivea;;aHsbeiatid^  |d','y::;forbthis:;;/;pu,m^  .e'h'i.bers../yQrs.UCh':A  roxies. ch'iV''6hly;;be ; At^ci;;by';''meutbers''of':  ���ASW  :NG';/I'Ny';BR  Usti^  |?cceof ;BrstisfrColu^  ?'!^^  ��.roaincreaie;op  |;bvotd.d^;;haye;d  fing ���dp.wti/oly^ev^r^  $a\y; A;pi;Q$  '0'yM;'b':/:T;h.eb'C0a  ;tunied^;iAA4  |bf .eo^eAahvu^  |u|daAl��eri^  |&f;caal:/'.p^|r^tu  jiih j^e^  '^'hey;yield::;o|/;!jite  ���.'. ���.,,': ?;.v.'^r4j'  A'O'A  !,''i'Ay  O^VO,!OAO:'  /.. '.i'/)'.;'..  ;e/5Ao&  '.;���������,'i.w;,;i'  Osj(afc  ;b^o6y;.ov^rydbubl^^  ;���{: $643,346-  b;coyeries,;;:;:dh;/.:  e;jj��^  ::/,fronx//  yxrease'oy^  produced itet  ';;';pouridsA  ;byetV^|he;cbp^  b;&b;th^  AV&ncptlv^^^  boflh^  .A;AJCh&^  ;;;of:;siiyeir/pt:oduc  bftc ti thkt/theiJafg  adowirlsitire^  fas-sfa^  ���a*^,,a''aya^'./^v'''0'a;';;y',;i,':'-^o\-;v^..^-''i-.- ���:.u1.-;aeiA:.a:> eseA^AAa-A^ooaH:^  /yearanjotm  ;;|.Q8;/a:;d  ���;;(p|/0uh^  /://^hebto^  ���;:S;tv6��3f5  /cleans��  ;iu/valu��/A/bi/  ��� ':'' ;.J.''V;"'''-'   .Cx'/o-O'.; :t%-':y\'.^A\-'A'-^-:f&,i*tf*'-'  a;AoAao'oA|��|  ;y?;oob/bb'li|lAli|^|p|  /a/b;!/lAbbAi|li|i)^||  Ab5Af||b|/|p|b|S||p  A/III|laAiS|iSjW  r^l4>VWrt����;'*y-W��.��**jJ��*v  ;��ome,;2:i^o;;^  tOSaNOELES  a|i;/iApiiiifi|  tP::  ���heii^ili^giiEa  BAKER STREET  emevi  ;A/:bbi1'ieloritf'M'ln]  b;��;Sa^  i4:'Pag��ir��; with tteavy-<Co v^Evciry / Wcelc;bb  ./'.vifMiiiiss^iii  ,^'va-yy;'0^.,,y,':Miuiiig,;j<>,urrial::<>n;^  ::a,yy':';y-/;:-::Piwille:.&*a��t;C;:vA;/voA/  ;pi;ngJe':Cor?ifes:5:C0ius,;;::;y  ;;/o/yo;/',y/;..a////:;;y%8rv(;l;'::,fo  '.'," ItibCO^lililfe:  ���./:,>J.:V!iLF:-i!.yfSt]  '���Mlfft  ail'  1/  '%^;..,Ov<r..>  %  ��:U*nka(H��Uta*  ...N EtSOW��;:;B*: C.;  IliHi YOUPuy  :#  PiciiM^  ���i  i'^b^  ca^e^v.v^.'  ^%,. ^;.  p>w,M^**ii��wiw(ni^iw  ��W^WV^��WWi!lii��iWi!iwiilWnl��ii  !'#^i  Carry in ..Stock��� 'a;-Full Line'yof  ers'^nd Chemists*Supplies  BACaAGENTS  FOR  .���yt.��ir-U#t. what uro. -p.W're British';,Cd-:-  aiunbia .���fnil.i'...'-an<t s'ti^ai% and vovir  ���mo'ijioya's left at limine. ~  *��$$$?��H FIRE CUf GO.       Wl. AINSWORTH I SON  "    -J  iO  .%Jf  A  a re' a b'so I uiety th c  ���'.;'OoaO; R '1  .,;';':^%:"?iOC'^ J?1 ���  ^/'b/All-Jjir!  ���::-:..A/:ei*|  /A/bArcs  :/b:b/:;af 0  /a/bbll'- -a  :'������������:���> :v.K.;;S  ^*8  4  !i "tS  ���V*  '.^  1 "*  f   v.  '�����;  set �����-��  .t'f  ���iliSI  ItcHX-i'im) Sh<Hk��< Made toOrtUa. lnv1sUile"i'*aiteh<��s a !>peciaHy. Only  Uiilo'n M<?iv l^mfvlmeiLaMy stock orrhiiV ready-made work lowest brjlctui  in l-lic* olty.   Ftrsr door west *��fUunk(>ri?rttlNhCotuinbhi, BAKER ST  ii m  r)  P  I'  ��� T��T -�� "Pf *.T*��-f  "'T"  I**-���li''       *����"�����  *�����   1     pw*-  T'  '     L W^1 i-^ll  Mi >   A' TJ    t���<Y�� H  $&%'���&!���? ���'<t> PJ  s,jfc%y��*'  %%i pi  nbst-A;*.Vfaw  * .^v elk;  ?A\*.J*> All'  ?*i^?Afb;  '���'i^>!lll  -v  Wl   Pl'.l  Il 25T1���'** i ���' sh'?  pa��otis .  a 3; ;if  HTAi  *^  14  THE NKI  ������ ��� a *;*?-]  "S3  t- ....irwAi iirO>i.   the Tcxada  vince last vear-"ear kamloop.s.t��- on  Isiami-which��� used for  filing   purpose* bv Uk  SnTberfollowin8 table shows the total or.d. the-nines  of British Columbia up to and including <>99 ���  o ,   . ; " ..''.���'��������� V;  . ���. �����,i. ����������  Products-  Gold,  placer.a......  Gold, lode... ������- ������;  Silver...  '"Lead,;...:... .;.VA ���/- ������" ���*.. '*/'b"  Copper /..........."������----y.-'"-:*���-.  Coal and coke..a/......./. -  Building stone/bricks, etc.  Other raetals../..A.-../A  Value.  y.y^yA^il9  .-,.;-. Av.5S4>>4f*:i  .,..a/i A34*b^>9'  ,i.-.'... ' 4 9^,o6o  :/'./.; ���2,747^)1  ���.,,b/44o#..3^b'  ://��� '���at,70O,O\**  C//A ,o;'"-3��  i.* <x w.; >  M*  r'Y"r -   ' " ��� .AA/.A..,$.risb^Mi>7  ;';'';/'; SUN/illA i^  :,' ��� It is' probable that the ear I ie^b surfd M   was *hn p| y-  ���the spear of some nomad   '.chief's- nek/ '-upriKhtiuthc  d ���" before" Ads''   tent,-.'    Among   llu#e;' desert  groun  ;\yanderers,, ��� keen' t<Uo^r'vet.tieir// surrotttsi  ^oitid/tioi.iie''^  .5borten^i; a^  t he shortened b*hiwj.^  direction���npttitA//  MloWed-very ^mn. |iiiitlBii;no^md.av ?  ���itviis. ;lengtlt''b,ftojn/^!ayA  would'-,/give ^^^^  ci ee* of/.twelve'' fett ''tti-'otte'-Iinte'.of '"'"'"'  lt^ss/th.n.h:.t\y<V'fet:tt.t;.:��  .have���t>cgoti t!ti''^kntifie:?^  "leu V' itWlf' to,' ;m,^siiretn���t^  'tnent, Hti.d.prol^.bi>vW  . fortn'" ift. ihe-obci^^  /th'e^.-.fib d^(bfc>;ere7.jrc v"  a g<* ."��� ift'cr: t tivdf >$��., M  iton/ lviid,.'^^d,..b^  :\taiufuitf':oni��*^  ' ��� f ^l   . .   ''���'   .      'A       '���''���''���      (V ���''   ' ���^���������; '":������/" -��� A oAo/-.   ������.   -,.������,',���-'  ���.,;.''������   .   ������-, I;- ....a.'-aV;  jinikc otlre tl!^l\��dvi,^  tnob-;��t;li^'top^Jlb^  ���'' tlnb.ilad.ow/mor^.'^il^ "  "Imperial  G.O. BUCHA  an  '���yy-.'jyM  Lumber,  Lath/  ���Shingles.  Orders  .Prompt!^' ,';Fl.tlf ... . ,  ���SatlafapUon/'-S^  Yard, foot.-of-' Hci'��id��vXeSif��^*';  JOHN  ���������Mfe  :TU!'  ]yW  Asm  'Am  li ���� ..)li.y.lir��).j,��.i��,i^i.M.B<��.i I ,N||iIU l..<��lll��l|.ll������HWW4  WMMWW))����.iW��".>!*��  MM,t>lWlll,����IIIWII��l��ll��W����l��l  Service for the year 1900 *  ill be com m ence d #  JUNE loth. The ulmpe/{  rial Limited" takes you %  across the continent in  four d ay s without #  change.    It is   a  solid S  heao off.cca nelson %t,  vestibuled train, luxuri- a  ously equipped with <f  every possible essential for the comfort and  convenience of.passengers. Ask your friends  ho have travelled on  WHOUSAtt.Ati&  ROSSLAND  SAN DON  gfeAMCHC>.*T  ���TH8IE  rOH'KS  II ft  UP-T  J  L G.  P.  T,   P. 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