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"^^^ .^^ ^ ^ j^fc^       *��. *.  ^vL".  ^   -r  ft  'I  --. ��  '    f'" 'r ^ rf- "^1��i*.tor <**r%tt*  "i  *       t '      c ����� j^J^yr? feyP   }yn?f^$mWM  WE ^AfftEfM  * j  **���  4  �� * *  WE-:AREfc'Q>  y y   "4 y ^&^t^iS^i  4MHKWWMI  lWfc.����IMHMi  /VOW  f i  4    '>    'v  S^  NHMnn  i- p  w4il oi��oe��s Receive outt pttctMwrhformiiTtem  ALL WATCH mPAtftMQ GUAf>AfVT����&  4 ^A 5 V       n  AT*   ��*  JAOOS OOV  'vw.%  TWbT * * *  fJSWSLMff  NELSQM. BRITISH COLUM&r*  an y  ^vft^un'  K*��r ;-y^~y  ###������#���##1  j . *"      r<   *  mtmmm  1      <   V'  ^r y ���-  "i -��  t ^  %1  Temperance Hotel and  Restaurant  *�� 4rf^ ��  1  -ts  Victoria Street.  st!  fl!*��Us  ^c��."*'  ���ft  ^  ^'  4  i  *  '  ^    T   l    *  For  Sa{��*  by  l^'Q'i  ,W"S  '^ ?i ��vexyfehtng New, Xeat an#l  ^���^ >{^Comfortable.      Awertcan  jJMK^Tlati  Milliard mid Bead-'  CLUB HOTEL  v "���  * fc-  I   <t    "3  ?r v �����  '*����'   *vHl��M-  ^(WtUij^aaM: -*f��iBrt n  *ATtS:    *lll00  'E.J,  V r  r   -���  ^     - /  i>iMV|i     ~t      n i  ,\  ���  .��"���"  I  t     S  i  li. *J3&  i sj  '.'.-���   *  t  ���*ri  yj  ! Vl  J  iw*rs*J��  ELSON ECONOMIST  IV.  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8,  1900.  NO. 4  NELSON   ECONOMIST  is-issukd   every  ;i)NKSI)AY  AT THK  ClTY  OF NELSON,  B.C., BV  M. Carley Subscription : $2,00 per an-  hi ; if paid in advance, $1.50. correspond-  jck of general interest respectfully  jcitkd. Only articles of merit will be  vertisei) in these columns, and the insists of readers will be carefully  Warded against irresponsible persons and  Irthlkss articles.  E meeting of the Associate* Boards of Trade of  Southern British Columbia, held m Nelson last  was a very import nt gathering of the repre-  |tiv>: business men of the country, and will doubt*  productive of much good. A variety ofsubjects  iportance were intelligently discussed, and that  Ixverc  welt selected was evidenced by the unani-  |whtch prevailed.    There was none of that spirit  I* I.  frely sectional interest displayed-���the scope was  [[and liberal, and intended to promote the well-  tif Southern British Columbia rather than the  is of any particular section of this great area. A  jbntion of this sort must wield an influence for  s�� and all concerned are to lie congratulated on the  accomplished.  tr   .WTW^iMA- #  [tending settlers  in  British Columbia have had  jderahlc difficulty in   obtaining information as to  mds available for home staking.    The eircumlo-  [if of the Lands and Works Department has been  vere for the new-comer���indeed  it has proved a  le to manv an old-timer, and given rise toall sorts  (complimentary insinuations.     Something mifrht  ine to simplify matters.    At the convention of the  Haled boards of trade last wcck a   resolution was  ted recommending the government to have maps  hrveyed lands  placed in every government   office  !c information of the public,   i\m\ that said maps  ![>t corrected to date.    This \* so clearly the duty  P&6 department, that the recommendation is sure to  s'SS^flBpopted.      Such a course will   materiallv assist in  V��r\J^*U*ttlinti; iip. of the vacant lands.  The terms -.offered'  ^^'^ofsculers.  ^ t *  jta   ~*��  .11   >    ��v  k% 'j.  <.vr week- we had- something to .say "as To. the da n-  m^"'S outlook on'.the Kraser River, where the Japan-  "id Chinese   fishermen   managed  effectually to  *ie the whit.ema-'n   and Indian from participation  4  �� ..ot the leading industries of British Columbia���  .hcries       It was a surprise to us to  learn   that  v/ooo of tholse little fellows, and  about 4,600 of.  ilmond-eyed, cue-bedecked cousins"are handling  the salmon on the Fraser. The Japs are as much  alike as peas, and the small brownies are reported to  be taking advantage of this similarity, so that the naturalization papers taken out by one of the horde are,  made to do service for many. Some of these fellows  are said to obt&iuvfishiug licenses on the faith of papers  granted to others of the same nationality. If this be  true the license would of course be void, and if any  affidavit had been made to obtain it the person making  such affidav t would be liable to prosecution for per-  jurv. But this is a matter which neither the Dourin-  ion government which grants the license nor the Provincial government, which is charged with the responsibility of punishing infraction of the law, has any  machinery to investigate. Could not the Fishermen's  Union step in and do a little detective work in their  own interests ? It is hard enough that they should be  thrown out of employment by these little intruders,  but it lends a more serious complexion to the case to  know that this end Was Ik en accomplished by fraudulent means If a case of such fraud be brought to the  attention ofthe Attorney-General he would no doubt  take very prompt action to punish the offender, and  all or anv who abetted in the offense  The liquor problem  is one which the civilized nations of the world have been struggling with for years,  and yet it is apparently no nearer a satisfactory solution than it was  a couple of decades ago.      The demoralizing effects of the traffic are painfully visible on  all hands, and while public sentiment is even,'where in  favor of reducing the consumption of intoxicants, the  means adopted  towards this end have been more or  less abortive.    Prohibition has been adopted in some  of the provinces of Canada and in states in the Union,  but nowhere can these measures be pronounced a decided success,     ft would appear as if the manufacture  of liquor must be put a stop to if temperance is to prevail.      Of course much can be accomplished,   and is  being accomplished,   in an educatioral way by instilling into the -.minds of the rising generation   the evils  of drunkenness.    Whenever the suggestion is made to  suppress t he liquor '���������'traffic-''", the" question of revenue is  invariably raised       But there appears to be a general  vtendency in the  direction of making up the  revenue  deficit from other  sources of taxation       Seeing that  the governments of the different countries derive so  large a revenue from the liquor traffic, one would naturally expect that they would see that the business is  carried on honestly���that certain wholesome restrictions enjoined on other lines of business be enforced  in the liquor trade.     Yet the liquor dealer enjoysV--fair;;  more privileges than any other man in business.    His  premises are allowed to remain open   longer than the  hours which law or custom assigns to others. If frauds  ���"T-  ^    !  ���WM���*.*,*-..-*. t i-n ����� - - <w-"~tjvw��� ����i*.  ,.���- ���   ,-r,.*-   ^     ��*rv���  ��� ri*    T*"  j.-.    r.w��ff^*    ."MW*��  *T V^ fV*  >      \  tt   * THE ''NELSON: ECbNOMIST,  are- perpetrated.'-in;other:..branches oCniercluind^e^the-  offender is:quicklv-pulled:-up. and. punished rior *��>  offense..' ��� The man who sells oloeomagenne.. lor -butter,  Br instance, subjects'.himself to ��� prosecution, a* ��� line ��.  imprisonment,   but the liquor.dealer, who.- pawns ot,  some vile decoction.as-Henstessy ��� s  three.star branny.. ���  or veritable'.fire-wat'^r.:as;old Scotdr whiskey,, as .sate-  This should not W. :"'. .There; are'-those -who yeemlemt  'that if liquors were sold ���'" in their- punCy there won Id i*  less-drunkenness;ma resultant'''cmtie    ,: Wc ^.belicvc  there is something in "the contention,    ���;:.-..'  J.W  m  ' " All sons'ofapologies are now bemjLf.made lot, the  [>:'bursting of ;'tbe:Xa^'. Nome : bubble/  ;-Neyt5{^f��r>  which gave most exaggerated accounts. c:Ttbe..aileged-  "���"'richness of'the ground? are'iiowtryjug'to t>hirk their  ;: responsibility in the, matter, ���aud';.to'.:sb'<;w -that-ia.ihur  '"'.is due to th'e. fact, that,'. the" w'toog class, .of ��� .men /vent'  -������fortune-hunting...''''  t>oe of these vrgans says that- the.  v Argonauts.:of 49 were better tilted 'for life iu'.t he", hill**  ���' ��and canyons than the ���average mi ner. digging sain! on  the Cape Nome, heaclCatnd/adds... " A- majority *Tthc'  former... came 'off the "border.,,  and  long l*efore they  reached the- Pacific-slope were-, hardened In; camp luc,'  ���'���- '-.and had grown -.fertile in. resoui ee     11 is different wit h;  a lar^e majority-of the, men,.-"who-have' as ambled- ���**.&'  ���;���-.'Cape Nome; ��� They are strangers to'tamp life and the  ���"' .-makeshiftsof the wilderness..,' .'..Swiff rnllusy  irainv  :   carried them, across the- continent,'-', and' stealer*- lyaak-.  '���',,���. o ' ''..������.'..'���  ���   them from the cars and landed fbem on "he tech' ad;.  , '-Cape Nomea \  .There   they   are   huddled ������.confused,'  .home-sick,   disappointed- 'and as belpiess as AwUUp-n  in their new conditions'. No. wonder a' gjrvat��� Vv-ntiId.rrfts ���  down from the' wind-swept' teeh of :Be bring ' Sey. :'"  -   No wonder     But it is, just this, class nnierKtadet't who-  'have'been lured to Cape. Nome-by .LtUt.:f;rM>Vfs <4 .|bc  gold which was said to l*e washed from ds spud's   The  ���old-time practical.miner.gave-yhe pi act* a uidrn*'  ' It is a pity that the.law due* ;u.-l orovrk:  "  . 'ish.ment of interested parties *vh-  such death-traps.  ; properties in M*fc:K:*^^  .'; are displaying: tiiydeyelopiiig-;,|b^.;'.;;'|t;.i|'^^  ���theydire-b^  ienay La fee-' m-iiel! be * mMf- Jiiktid'; ; ;wt f err &��  Columbia, a/./Tte'cfc^  ...scrv^Tatkt'^  ' tmnwffibe ���w'bklv ���"d^-1 i^lii^:tl^^a^jgWrv,��� i'u.':f 1'  '.ilowcvci, thcrey-t^-mit^  .prove ,1 be,stock.'. t��f flits ^iii���^kiirM.uct ���������������Sjw  :"  'Tbe'pjanUfrg,^  iblc;t'ltc'- folr to ��.?mp<?u4' j^flifelrflte ipf^^fe  our .wate* ft I.!S;y��� v 1*tltti ��� lttclfe &'.'**��  shoulcl naf Jb*e,: fpir^lifc^J.^  imu hie-arid.. fcxp^fc^di^^  . ;s.tpe k ���! awf:r' Od^umfe  .owo cowin:;/  fehirmct* oiTtbte'i^  n.Wf*W/''te  she sjd.irion mmm��Tii^ir;^  ���which ��^^ '^fect^Vi^t.'^  -^m^."uHi w&&'isct-|4.ipiiiiil}*y��� ^^j^i^jf'" 'r*".  lm of .^��.��/' iri|m*y;*l��ll*:#  tivisjiv exicf!S-ii:mi'!iifT^  !:^y<M>r., imi .'^ .;^;^,llllMy  1. )oan'!:H��iT(.; c? v^-rii At lit  tH-h m ->>ir;',CiriS:M*';mtii.|feli^  si  Wn  1  j-BsttliaM"  * f *1  >j -a r'-i nr ;*txl .F&!.Krf k$,;l*f-:,: ^'feicllyft; 0:B$:$t$$^$$  li  *ft h  ���'������'������'' : ;,:    ..������'. .'"���'��� ./���'���'���.- ���.'��������������� ' :.' .':..   *.v��  lyyto  'if     * A) ��:*     'i(!t!  ,  fte yynyry.itvt.o  t he lo,^-ci'\ i%;>luinrj|>ia..'-.Kiy^i;;,v--i-.Vri!'&#,  tried' in tb��?  r>ewv-liitcllcr��"Tcr;-|>e  ...���'��� 4!'. :   ,.'    ..��� ,..      .:;;.-...  Siit;!>���'vup.I,akr.���'.'': li:m:��mm��Bf\b  l<r 11 h\tttI V\- tl! pfOVr ' Il %||CiCt*^,vV^yOyi  ;ff^|tt|ito^';^  ^m  Z^M:im-  ,��isw��...'Ji��s��;!5- iwiwasK...  ��� ���;; Reports from-Kastern Canada ^o  ' mining 'market  continues 'did;, '  ���. when' Rossland camp-first' to^k on  pie of the hast   \vere''fourul'i-;v;'hv:.<;-lisv'.  when.-the-boom burst theybe^a:^ b;"Vea"ii��.  dtious  they had been in -'their inve.stiv,,..  ' however, most of the   '''wild-c-atv    o .0 ���  ��� degree of,C(>nfKleii-.ee was restored. a:.��; \h  il.y increasing when the'.MoinTv'al lavevo  ; Columbia mining stocks.^nt a!y,ihrr :nn  .-the.closing down'of the   W.o Ka^ie   .o;o  .mines in Rossland.     -The-result is \\-,r ���  very cautious about iovestii:^ iJ; uwdiha .  can scarcely be ex pected that the uk^u-  East will speculate   here until  ilw.   h;<-  assurance of adequate returns       .v v. .,,  perties in which they are   iuterx-s-u-d dtV;  and returns are secured on tin-..-.��-:,\\:i\ .,pf..  then we may expect a-wholes��...iui.-   h-viv-,  from this quarter.    Fortunately, h^st.-n.  a controlling interest in   some of the  :n ^  * >i)�� >w tu.'ii t Vw  ���t f ���  ^y  ^   :nv  -\eiiTs  '���in  �������� t ���������������*  a no  . i 1 ". 1 ��� 3  u.ur.  ;ntu  m  .. 1. *  \ui$\ the .^NelmirSa^  rcatroc:d ,,for ������^;/U'��fey.5^i;;' 3te^ a;_.A'trir5,  ��� iy wyov h>tfa-riyild;y- ^HfC^tewf il'--i^  M-iWti hnemi t*rfKiidc-ik^lH^i^-iB*'��*B';^? t  y h?v l.r,tgivde.ar.Hvecf.'o!i.^tht:mtm^ -'.;' .'f-^  d, V, fit c .H $t*iWtf .to'brfc��:k ,o:��t,iit.Bny'!'to��.^J  ������<������ .'���  i.j. ����.jt  .tr-rvttv .-'���  Ke'rrv rca5oi^Weyfm>vis^^  * dt i-.;- <:y. srs. r, ,r i4'oictt'!c*ii:��g'ai��*f I||���;::lll4:-5  t*, cx |;cc! ��� tbftt:'.t.Ire.IciiW��f*?* *^fi       ..   ott^- .:.Y,ti:"v ; ^  -^'dy ,:,S ,yr\!ius'i-c^^..ooiH:erp5 thcrt **rc by^^  -'���* y .   -      1 -_*----��� ^vJ  'vr :;d.j iu.snrcd. in   a g.o*>*'t Coirr|i#Py^ ������ . H-V��yfy^  :]i'v' "wv it ':,,- -ruittMdf and.'lib ti���ig.bbor^.to|>^^  rarden' Iicw^ *u.w.^; y.. .  m  A S'  4i*.n;  *  '   i..'.'  *   'i  m  irti  vs  .''I  '  M��   '       ��  a\ h.H*  yi:  a? -1  '!ii!^:  :I ���������i^- Jit emergency or a lew  batld-V 'f^^o^po^  1 '"Jck-i ,.,f Iwm of vvrtterVtfp'H^  "' i,J-i4 ''^ ;:vr.:f*d it^ rasim.* sak*t>%:-.; iVv        ,**?!*��?*��  I^'pb- tf>�� fre.juetuly make wlwn'i tnt w -I   ^ftp  ,p  y ci. < * '��? ���  imM  as  ii^ii^^MnEn^=^--- '  -.- f  ST*!"  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ���*'  >''     -1-*   ^lt  m&  $:&!  %M  ft;  �����;  WS  tiiii  il:  iSjim  m.  tm  w  r��  ,,-J1  fe|��  iff*'  *  ^f|.y^  *��':*..>��.���  *&l  i: ���    V. �� .  . *.*����� i .  ���"Ci''��-; * S  y .'.-���-���.. ft*  �� ,  * ���   I*        - J  the removal of their own effects, even though  Bock away, instead of lending a willing hand  I the fire in check, until  the arrival of the fire  at least; We trust those few suggestions will  rted for the letter protection against fire.  iriMjc of weeks ag:> Thk Economist called at-1  the necessity of having regular government  issued monthly or quarterly setting forth the  intent and output of the mines ofthe Province  Unted out on that occasion the advantages to be  bv such statistics, and expressed the hope that  Inister of Mines would see his way to putting  ichiucry of his department in motion to aecouv  [he object in view. We are pleased to note that  itier has been taken up by the associated boards  le. who are petitioning the Provincial Oovern-  [o adopt such a system a?*, that outlined in The  c  ��� MIST.  >: growth and improvement in  the facilities for  atment of ore  is one of  the best indications of  KTCSS ami wealth oi a mineral country     From  Standpoint the Kooteuays and   Boundary Creek  /ideuce of wonderful development      The Hall  smelter has been blown in afresh, and its capa-  to be increased.      Again   the rumor  is afloat,  is  time on what seems to  be good  authority,  ie smelter at Pilot Bay will soon beat work, the  [ird activity   iu the Ainsworth and   other camps  sufficient to"Tteep ll agoing.    Then the smelter  ml is being enlarged   to meet the   increased de*  * u;H>n   its resources, while the Northoort smei-  b'nng so improved as to increase its capacity   by  ous oer day     It is at Northporl that the output  la. Roi is treated.       In the   Boundary emmtry  doing of two smelters is nearing  completion   ���  i*:aud Porks and the other at Greenwood.    It  j-. ������ from this activitv  in the smelting business  i  % cat amount nf ore is'available for treatment.  n ��-a ever, from the encouragement which these  tu facilities will give  to those operating  mines  bice been brought to the shipping point,   they  ;i\ *   i he effect of stimulating   others to  greater  ,.'*�����*j<*& ,,J developing properties to that stage.  As soon  vd -' i\4MKSfosn',cK become  mines,   and are in a position  to  i^K^^^S:'*"'  llK'rt ^ n" difficulty in interesting capital to  ^y?  ��  i��  \&.��  0 P>*  *v3#��ff lin-m dividend pavers.  A    ",S'J  *'\'hnl'. P��>val Templars of Tennx ranee have issued a  XJ^Pug on-st the /'V'okojhV, of Toiontc. claiming $io-  ;'!T iox  in alleged libellous  statement regarding the  "��,*>*���      Our namesake ofthe Oilmen Citv devote* its  -^'/l^jo-, to financial  aiul insurance matters,   and has  5'n'j. ;j,\ ihe  wrath ol the Ciood Temidars bv  insinu-  '-*���.. . *  -^ l -\\\\ it the order is unsound as regards its financial  '.'    :nt  "'��i\(; is  a very 1 ;borious occupation,,   and how-  obnst the man, he is obliged to lay olf now and  under existing, circumstance   tor recuperation,  iu every other avocation six working days per  week is all that is found practicable, miners iu British  Columbia work seven. At the Bosun mine, New  Denver, the six-day working week was early established, and was found to give perfect satisfaction. We  are pleased to note that the management of the War  Eagle, Centre Star and Le Roi have adopted the rule  of no Sunday work, and hope that ail other mine managers iu the country will follow the example.  Thk inevitable has come to pass���Grand Forks and  Columbia are now in the hands of the same townsite  people. The bitterest feeling has prevailed between  the two communities, one even going the length o  blowing up the bridge leading to the other. There is  also a strong suspicion that the people of Grand Forks  were implicated in the fire at the Columbia Hotel,  which.caused a serous loss of property and gave many  of the inmates a run for their lives. The Columbia  townsite���si beautiful one���has been secured by the  svndicate controlling Grand Forks. ^  It" is officially announced that the Japanese Government has forbidden the emigration of any more of its  subjects to this country This action was induced by  a protest from the Dominion authorities that the little  brownies were pouring into British Columbia in such  numbers as to threaten to inundate it What a pity  this protest wss; not made a Jew years ago, n ud thus  save the residents of this country from unwholesome  competition and from being forced to tolerate the presence of a very objectionable people iu their midst It  we could now put a stop to Chinese immigration yet  another good point would be gained  Englishmen in ail quarters ofthe island are training carrier pigeons for the purpose oi systematic  transmission of messages At the Crystal Palace a  pigeon post has been established, and it is said to be  working perfectly. Numerous clubs have sprung  up. -which carry oh regular communication with continental points by means of these i% postmen of the  Jiir." It is thought that England's trained pigeons  will be tmmensly valuable to the country in the event  of war. It is recalled that one of Lord Rothschild's  pigeoas brought to England the first news of the  battle of Waterloo, and that large use was made of  such birds during the siege of Paris.  *i he Weekly Irish 7Wa, t Dublin), s-iys that six  years ago Miss Ina Ihde nursed a wealthy clothing  merchant iu the Berlin hospital. When recovered  sufficiently to leave the institution he asked the nurse  to marry him. She consented, but her parents would  not allow the marriage to take place, as the lover  was consumptive. The nurse went to New York,  and she has just been informed by cable that her  former patient had died and left her ��3��oootooo,  and she has sailed for home to claim the estate.  Father O'Flynn���' And now, Pat Murphy, in this  season of Lent, what is itye'll do by way "of penance?"  Pat Murphy ^; Shure, then, :ril���I'll come an* hear  your riverance prayche !'\  tfl  ,   ?. t  1  1  (1  .   T  \ <y  ';  '_  , 1   1  '  '  t1  T     !  [.  ���'-'if!  l A'/  r.   H;  , i1'-!  'v   ,    'I  1.  ��� . I  r.-..V  "^      .  *     . Ilj.     - ���' "   A.u^.J^ .i*. lAil .�� Alii* r "**!*��� ' i . < A-'*�� Y .. ��^. -'   1��^M Li |J I l * ^.     -^ l   t       Ef��^ . ^      ^ �� THh NO.SON HCONOJ  MINING   NEWS  SLOCAN.;  over i, pv* tons,  dunn  tf'  The Whitewater shipped  July. '-.'���'.'.'.  " Work' .was, resumed'.; on ' the��� long;������ tumvei on..t.bc  Bosum.tiiis^'eek.  V'iu;tlie:'iipfaise.6ii'lhe  of clean ore is reported.  '":   It is reported--' that a"-, concentrator w\\Uk  bui|i"'��T  the Ehterprise, on Ten Mile creek.  ���   More locations 'are being: matlFonT;lacier..' erctfk,  opposite New Denvor, thisseason  The Lorna   I)oonv near the,���>. Vancouver, ���will .havr  considerable work done iij>o;vtt this year.  Fifteen   inches of'- rich, galena'has' comc-ioto.'. ih,r  surface workings on the MountainCon,  :Assessment   work:..on::1 he-. Silver 'Nugget,  Mile, hasexposed eight inches of g&kn.f.   "-'.'  .Claim, owners above'  Codyare;''5ht>uiiitg''to  They should get them as',speedily as-'possibky. ,  -LLsufficient ore can be blocked out .auheieanuetk  jv  i%ti  HAXW  k "^��  on"Wilson creek, a mill .willT-e put iu to   o.Tk"t*n irate  it.:;.'���".���. ���'.:''.'������ "���      .? .;': '.: .;  The Hercules is the hues:,, mining'.' cotnpa.rn- ui  Kaslo. The company is working a prof*erty iu the  Ibex basin.  The.North-west 'Mining, -'.Syndicate are-. .doi'su* \iw  assement work "on-17 claims own^rd by ibem up Pmt-r-  Mile creek.  ,. The Washington, one, of the .. .earliest Sh--can ^0-  ducers; msy again be'worked When nh^ *y^�� ,, o-  had.shipped aboiit $300,000 worth-orore- "���  The ore shoot on the Rulw   is stead ilv   nv^r^i^h  as.work-progresses..  ' The tunnel has bc^u 'd'-b>*- >'*���  feet alongside   the-ore;-and at .the' face th^ sW-^.-C  now 10   inches wide at   the bii.se"-.   The   r,r.c is W  belter grade than,any yet encountered. Ichhi   nuss<-d  with grey   copper,   and   oarrvii^ '.bin,:-   v>d :^,^-'  oxides  ���������;    The Strike reported last-on-'the ' >>!;,-*,.'*,.'; .'.r ', '������"  -.- better than the owners first; anticipated.     Th^sP^',.--  .'has widened to two leet and is   conned *d p-d-'l''- V  : .bona'es,   kidneyed   with  galena. ". ' '.Knpu hHoV " '  very'high'-grade grey  copper '(i,,   r, V ""'^  in the face of the tunnel driven .n *:".,: fiV.  on the same property.  The Last Chance tram'termimd \vy>  --,  Phoenix company      The-fin-��� n-mw,!  "The loss was adjusted on the 2 vd   r e" *>  amounting to ��3,500, paid on {1,r ,-,,,. '  ��� '���.;    W. P. Murdock, of the Payne assav ���  Denver on..Monday   for a   busihess tm  The towers for the   Ivanhoe train h;o>  structed to the brow ofthe hill jus{ ;i')M,,.,.,  *.'  ' ' ' '   ,N   >Ai t..  ir-��  Ui!  )  O  ���    '    <    i,     I  u��. thr  p�� ������nuiiin  h'*i'i New  . \ ! i./r ,'1:1  H *' ���  i  ! !  Senator Warner Miller of  \vu- \\ , \     ���.,'  McGusigf, the well   know   promrder n\   v'^^?' !  H.   Menard, mining engineer of   i),.,,.."   ,M ,''',,�� h-  and Percy   Dickinson  of  Sandon  n��. f    '     . ���K('1"'  ��� ��������'��� ��j    i ne  j^^8BjOTf��-��*��^*^*"*��^^PTr*��^ 'MWWWMMM  .������WnrW^Vnt^  the-lieadv'-art i'toi^./iii;lbifc^t<^fef^^ye'-i  -is dcyctoJHi^  }tmtXimpA$lm$it^  - '���'������iiusitft^v':'iu:';\Vi.  :"*t* he- W;-'hi t.^: ��Va l��ferv V''y|ite^^:IS|^#;  .g'*M*K.^'';.  M>on,>"\.       y:\,y -yj.-y"--'1 'y';'^'.,y,  ^���Jtt'OUpl^.tO.  MIpT0flf*':;J  the "rrt*U..Smt?ii.��tf*.-y; ^.l  lfie ' WnkebrId; '"���':Hift<Sf  li  if*tr:--vri!I::i^  fyflllty'r  mm^  'h$rM  ���<; roof:y.; ��� yTbe^*tf;$Mjp^^  ��� ".."'��� ���������;   .'������ r.y. ���...������. ��� ������'. .''���..:;'y 'ov, ,'i;..y':.j; .;,'"--;!y;- i:;v:y:'.'''.',yo':������������������;'.;---..'.' '.'.������������-. ���.���..���.������.������.���'-���������y.MB  ni^-nll!' or |uly-. Mj:ii#iii$t^  uct'.viiic... W*i  .,*b5p^i'ffiHli .SIIVf;ft  'l.he-.tofi ...':���'     AV-'.A:A'.  :-.���'"C��eofg-c' K-i��sie tet;;  'itmi gold ;iikviitjf^-..Mll  ���'' -.The ���',' r^r^T'i -c*f;:,|..t^^v;^'::cf'*  'P.i**prfcvify- -Qpttoi  March-'.%f %i ::lml ^tii-i,^l.!lil|  rcMibctl' "iu. i |iftifi!.-li|:  ���s.u kfd. |rivi^;'.'.' %t'%mlitA.::,W0AM-ft  , T'ht ������ 10^ I -'iij:^  >lv*'>%v,4', t be li* f tcil:.'" tmii  ws<x pAf T||; .-, "I%fy-:  ���f'.'-'tJ"*''  .w  r'or- H:vo*'b-H.n.:-Afat��^ ' j  ".^^ ' L#*'t -Cbiijct'. ^i^Sm  , ''v.' '*���:' ' '. ,   ' ,' - ������..;'..'A. ..-:';���',;   -';T-|,.r-.   -���_,  ������   ���   .���'; -,.  ���  5?:.4*   ��� *��t3  j o ii 0.0 4^�� y^tt.l 1 imM V-iO��*:  J;;*/  I  ���^G  At the..>UM,b���f L*^ *^;  fe     *.T1  ot mM: n t   a I, I be-.... j^fellylf ^i|^ ������ ^  iv crc^.-Csn 'IS, . npwy|!i;.:-;^r���-,yi#r:;^:y��lw  �����*  ��*.��.  *vc setri.  i's.  s.!C :ofi*- -i^-.-"'  ctete^Pf ritt;:';lfi I i#II  ���T*  m.,*'^ net to ox'kte of iroiT /;';       ,/-.r;'y.yy;^y:::;o.-'y;:;;��� ���::0-  arrived,   there   . \&$t    Tumdm AkMA^0^;^^i  general pi*Kfrc|ing W0fk..'<l.lfJh^'y'^  [������CMiCS. '''���'���''y-:y.y.::V       - ''' ;"'';"K:'"'-yy  '    ���, -      ��� ���' '��� ���   ���'���'' -���'������'."y'*;-"t  ( )fT     (.'hinrnftnl.,      ��''��.���.���.*.��*'  jsSfc^.-     .|*i'%.f*��4��;i^sJV; fiU 1135$ ^M."  *���     1  ?*  'f r-ol M'ncperv ��*.iw. - ��3Sgr^li;-;:*b^��i:>:^  'v^'ic. ; Th<. ii - c;. m\imAn."^itemiC^^ife^^  h'd with about' 7*.kMausL' -.'   'y'/o^S'        AAWM^i  "thk siM.itK^Si;l|^:^  , -Business    no   I'rinceUm. Ill it;g���iiend 'ihl^yW1!  vui>i,y has |>een quiet of lute, :    -Wfef'^ tyP  (;i 'ns'ide 1 atiM, 1 tbat   |hi$   is. ,;lbf ,cil��idlpyef.*-;  VI,ut'   and the' .Xurihw^i.-. .ge��^ro.Uy% iVl<?r-^  wondcnetl    ai.      AithoUgb   UO ' StiiTtiiW   ^  n;lv<' ^^-n chronicled x\m week, :tb��;work in  ,s ��>V no means at a standstill, ' -'Tbr'-rijcoul*^v  m  ���    - AM  f t,'ts  k r^~T-n-��j-���������^;.?!Tisraj r- ,:;|iF;��:s  '-���'.4-  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ��� <i  tis  10  ii  W*  .'!���>���,.*''';".*��  IBS S  skG  M35  Slwife  3*f    *,i.,  ���ar-jr*  'Il  large number of new locations, some of which  >rted to be   exceptionally   fine -surface   show-  [e Aspin Grove district alone this past two  pineteen new locations were made and a large  t of assessments recorded. The Bate boys are  ft .over the Nugget property and the develop-  far k goes on unabated.  [Ontario and   Brunswick, two   new claims   on  {river, have good showings, and are  owned by  Po ��els, Lougheed   and Stewart, Mr. Stewart  that he does not intend to spare time or energy  ^property, and has great laith in the iinai   out-  msaeikm was made the past week whereby  fr Rossland party acquires a holding in Si'mil-  |t mining property, H. KLlockmau purchasing a  inh   interest   iu    the   International,   Nancy  t Constitutional; and Gold Hill claims  Vermilion Porks M & D. Co. recorded assess-  [work on the Iron Mask, Home Rule, Jubilee  'uucoiivcr claims the past week, and it is their  Ion to follow this up with vigorous develop*  Iwork.  I Mclmyre  Bros.,   formerly of   Phoenix camp,  ���mil talking a great deal, are hard at work  lining and have been rewarded by SDme good  [u the Aspen Grove district.  XELSON\  i\ have siarte<i to haul ore from the Royal Can-  itt  v .������.-   ���*;<  I. IV   '0  0i  re arc about 150 men working on   Forty-Xiue  , with most encouraging results  * gold bricks to the value of $1000 each, were  fct down from the Venus mine the other day and  led in the Imperial Bank to be sent on to the  1 lialena.  Dr. Dooliltle expects to have another  end ol the week,  returns at the Granite mint1 for June resulted  low*:   104 tons of ore  crushed    producing 500  ��d* bullion and 41 ions of concentrates, with an  ted value of Sto.ooo. At the Queen Bess 120  fore was shipped, valued at $6,700.  n Myles was down from   the Paradise  on Mon-  His property, which is a free-milling proposi-  ijlfef^lies about half a mile from the Poorman and 200  *&f$$to\\\ the govern ment trail.      He  reports having  tftf^fifca new and rich lead, which lie is stripping.  -.1 ^V-^Tning Mountain is still the ureat centre ofattrac*  *       r''*     r        '    *      k  ��� "��iX**^i�� the Xelson district,   and as work proceeds the  .vyfV-;.r*cts improve.    Several  free-mdliug propositions  v/-/' V :ut location are   receiving attention,   and every  * v, V'iugs tidings ot some new   and imoortant disco*  t)Sti  he  lS $  ��� V ^* Percy Dickinson has continued the report of  K:*.- busier of the Xeepawa group, on ten ...rile,  -*   \ Messrs. Mcliillivrav and Shannon to the Warner  syndicate.     The   Xeepawa group   consists of  ii.     "laims and is  situated just   t<��  the west of   the  ���rise. -: "-J -.  returns for. the Athabasca mill for fulv wete as  " : Period-of run 27 days 23 hcurs ; ore crushed  400 tons; value of bullion recovered $ I4��53���� concentrates $3,591,32, giving a total of $17,121 32, or an  average value of ore crushed of $42 80 per ton. The  total values for the month of June amounted to $28-  276 26. !  The Dominion minister of justice, Hon. David  Mills, has declared the eight-hour law of British  Columbia constitutional. The opinion was given iu  reference to a petition from the mine owners asking  for its disallowance on the ground that it is unconstitutional.  Copper is selling at 17 cents and still going up,  with a demand exceeding the supply. How much  money this advance will pour into the pockets of  mine-owners can be seen from the fact that, while  the production ofthe Trail creek division only increased from 5^2327011 pounds in 1898 to 5,693,889  pounds in 1899, the value increased from $629,411 to  $996,43i-   ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  The largest stock ofassayers* "and" chemists' supplies carried by any firm in the Kootenays is to be  found at W E. Teetzel & Go's f Nelson. Everything  in these lines can here be had ofthe best quality, as  the firm represents in this Province some of the best  known manufacturers, suclfas the Denver Fire Clay  Co., Wm, Ainsworth & Sons, F. W. Braun &Qo.,  etc. There is no longer any necessity for assayers or  chemists the place their orders elsewhere, which will  be appreciated as a great convenience.  There are now 15 grandsous of the Duchess of  Abcrcorn serving with the British forces in South  Africa.  The packages sent fiom Dublin Castle to Windsor  show that the Queen's purchases in Ireland were  largely presents for her wounded soldiers.  The Gaelic League has captured the Dublin Cor*  poratkm, which has passed a resolution to the effect  thpt it is desirable to preserve and cultivate the Irish  language in Irel-md  The Lord Primate of Ireland states that the prayer  which he wrote before leaving Cape Town for the use  of the British troops was written at the request ot  Field Marshel Lord Roberts  A sergant the other day was drilling a newly  arrived squad of Irish Rifles. Suddenly he gave the  word %i double " Pat took no notice. ,4 You seem  tt) know nothing about dotiblinV1 said the sergeant  tl Xo. sergeant," came the the reply. " I'm a Cork  man.1'  A Glasgow man in Ireland   witnessed an   amusing  incident in a Londonderry school the other day.    The  school   master was   rubbing tip   the South   African  geogranhv of his pupils,   and to one of   them he put  the Equerry--1 Where  is    the   Orange   Free  State  Miekv?"    Instantlv   came    the    answer--11 Belfast  sir  1,  In British Columbia there was collected in royalties  on cut timber during the las? 12 months, $77>000'  an advance of $15,000 over the previous year. During the year So.ooo,000 feet of nm>-royalty producing  timber was also cut. Mining licenses, however, fell  off very much. While there was 13,000 issued in  1898-99. there was but 9,000 issued in the year closing  June 30th.  *   U  ��� ������'$  1'         r       1  .1   '   "  ^,   *    A>  *  ���-.... yv  '"    1 n \r  .   i>J (  1     '~     '  f *\  1                             y\l t  ">'*    ^  >t       ' "   J.     *<  r  "^"-'1?  \         n      /: '  v' ):il  , ,''. .-j  .   *- '.  1                         V  *         'ri,'     ���~  /  , r.\ 4,,-pJ,  '  1 "       '".��    jf"  ,     ,' -v/  ^   '��t''i-;*t  ,     r  1       v^" f  *  ',       T           ''  "      ',!>'  '   -  fit-  / '  'Pl'^  '                           '     1,'*"  .    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'��� 'X%> otoer' pluce; t'.n .>���<  British' Columbia i> ;'"Sv��"eonv^tiictsl'h:" .^td :ary.ib-e  ..�� *. j I, * ;  ( * .  i, i n, ��� ��  (; ;  V  may'use .the'y.expfes'saju.'. .. ^ul:;i\^)nc'l^^l'c^n\^wn^  4or-/visitors" to approach.:from;��� a]lcji;a.rterv.ybv ;-rad-4  boat, bht the hotel aclV>^:H.u,(H!alr;>n',^s^^;���������>'l^^^^,^ Uou  ..of'������any othcr-Uiilaud l-owiy in'the ]Tovn,a\. ''{��� he"fe.s:.tdj  of making.'Xelson' the nieeuni: ;-place ��� ^ .;*>  was a full ..'a.ftenditrice''"d":.delegale<"a'n'd'n.v>  ience. .,,,A.Sdo (he rtelib'ir;tn<>,i'S.V*f the^'lKKiv; the.v>ip.icj  nie as''being verv. practical' c- ��� Several tuvv'-'uta'-u- :^y��y  'f *..;.>���'|?       f V'fVf ^  ���..  �� �����.  * '.I .i '*   %.  j i  yi   y*��?'i?'n  ��   <��,   n   * *.* "'h. ���-   Jm.    ���?     ������  .a 'i vi *'cy.  yy:  SJ  > e.rd^v J-?.nfdr y-yn:  'his i,s a i'  iT.ere. i>--'u  i yrr.o'up.MpCr-  ', if   , f ^( I,' r. p :;        * i.   ' r -���, .���  ���AM.  '"������'���   "-estious were'' made bv'.;������ uu  with the wants id"  their ���-���jja.rricuTU'. dist.j ivl^ ���'������:* i^d .^l!  ..calculated to advance  tlicbest ������inu>rcs,t.s  oi S^uf^.'vrn  .. 13riiislr'Coiiu.nbi:f...'.vd<ec*dntn.en!:i'Vi1^  .-; . such -.-an', i nil ueu.tial.,i jydy: un* >t carry' ���.wei.^I'U wtrU-".t.ho  .government andj>.e :pr$.M.hu;live -.{. ^ood.'reKuhv. '  ��� �����..        .,., ".''.. ��� ,���  ';. delegates Were banquet ted by. :hcdvea!   fy-yrd  ,, close ofthe convention'"   :.'.., ,���'���������   '������''.."  ���; .1 observe .that Vhe',local Sinhbo��;.vi;'iTo,ds h���yi.i  aud that''the little ones, a re  nie at .the park  more' the. .merrier  that has not   been bauti/ed slyydd  ���  outing as'well as the little.   v/b/-!y.  ��� ;' kled at the bnuti'smal   hViu   -M-.d ^ '  godmother did pn .mise a: d ,vo\v' ��  name;      'These spmkVjx *.f fl,,.^ j  their obligations., aiu! ijj ^ ak-y^. *'���  even.exclude, the .'lad v and-.gr-ui-n  were, who " stood uP {V.r���'.'. i\i:< i...;:,,  y  as I no doubt wav ;{|   Hu/-rifvc ;  'growing n?(,re li'ber'ai in <y|r  .; came so the -more'-wi'lf sh��'w i  '��� '..of him win, said, ���'' >i\\Uo-.\Ulv:  me, and. forbid them-:uot - U;l Ai ,  ������   of heaven "     I ^isl. th^d.nntf'd s  pleasant time.  / And speaking of Lake pyry i  eompiaiiits that. o��o o,:,^,,...,].;��� ,,>  be heard on the groun-K       'V  .."  lot Of voun^ felbi-A^   .-,,., ���y ', ^  -,������'��� ��� ' ' ' ������:'���'��� i .1 i i  ���        i ��� ';  .-whoseem-to'think thin -i; i, ,.', ...���'.  commandment, rind tlnn n ;���. <���..'������.���.  ,use,stong but intllcgani ;i\\\r> ti\-  strance does not   seem s-op/.;,..;, ,  ".-.'guided-yonihs ; adi.tde tWo',.',,.  ..  should be.applied;  '.'The-IVroiito 7W/-'r/yv/���//,;.(p. {.s ,lf..  ings of the editor and fni-anei.-r <.i  and this is the wav it t��uk   ,.Ci.!;  ' New-Denver Ledge wants \<  fully wicked, and  is as well (pi;;ii  as anj-eastenr.tenderfoot would be o ���  ayy  J'fV    ;;'t  ' i..    /,''  ���.?.  ..y  '   'j'" '���'<>��������� a\<<,.](.,  a ��� -.  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'./' i;; ''' ; - '���..���'41'^^  -"��� '-;''-c  y:* *'a*^w$&**  -:- * ��.n vcr,' h abm*I. io.-Stii'Ve. &^'lt��..^;��^  : iu' H^c'f jnn��i, ��� where-Sit- ki^-MS^'ft^  ^5 *-<? ihc rdd-^iifncrf ,tf  ? n';��i hr4ug b' i \m 'mmm^  :-\ homi*.;   ��� Ii kTllicfcif or dniWlT^A^^  r .i'^'v w-iis iii" ilrbrfmriof tb* Bf^-f -^  s��* r ��i u r p n ^-c  �� wit lis, )��*��!:<:: Wsl> ^;||. - \>���  \raiIs.-' Nieamer^ plviw^ mu:VM.������"'  ,'f  t  <  tlS!''Lio know hut tne' Iricl'ian-.ilfw^'^;!""''':  iViir|^ "nee was but proapiecto^*;^^-^;.^  1    >���   * "���, . �� i-      > ,f.    *      '.   i. ,>j'-      i   t    ti. > j*     ii ^  -VLt&rtM*!-rtfi<���PllW6|, rASM  -���,/i,<t��i  -'MIS  ... *��*>  fejiS1  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  _��  P��$  - x }r-  �����"-*. _  ���-<���! >t-e-3  ?��� L,��: ^  l-l ���-������  >?t(  isperous population applying themselves to  industries not as the venerable priest found  hen first  he plied his peaceful avocation  &e:  or* -  th-  Ihe prisoners at the Provincial Jail here are  lie offenders.    They are awaiting their trial  charge of stealing a watch, while the other  If-aeeused murderer.      Both youngsters-  finder twelve ye��rs of age���have had c*per-:  the police before, and it. seems a pity that  ? showed undoubted traits of criminality they  ;nt to a reformatory.     Mad this course been  c one would now have been spat ed a term  Mimcut and the other even worse.   The case  fMislonka,   of Nelson,   is not one of "spare  >1 spoil the child/'     When"first he gat into'  jfeie and hegan to sleep out at nights, his plea '  (���ho was afraid to go home because his father  Swish him severely,      With the other young  Ihiugs were different- �� he seems  to have had  \ tear.' He hails from Rossland, and although  %d u* under twelve  years" of age. was for a.  earning his own bread, his last employment"  ding horses foVii livery stable.   His brothers  it the mines, niul his mother was taking les-  rt needlework,  leaving the youngster to'his"  itues,    There were firearms in the house, to  ung   Cbcnoweth had access,   and which he  than once used     There does not appear to  it anv restraint on the lad,   and as there was  ���ho saw the crime committed, bisown version  ;ed must be.uecvpted.       He had  some words  f Chinaman, shot him dead, put the gun back  ice. and left the house to avert suspicion. This  us child, iiUhough "subjected ofthe crime from  outset,   managed to wan^ the vigilaneeof  iland police: it took a Pmkcrton detective to  the apparent mystery.      The whole story of  lolads goestt* show the necessity of keeping a  t/diful eve over children  who show signs oi  A little more of home influence and less of the  hu\t[ hi nine cases out often have the desired  Tin- number of voungsters to he seen on the  itu.'is of Nelson   at night is not creditable to  sp..px;>le.      If necessary* let w^ have Curfew  ^y.Ki}^^^^' Alth-m^h it may sound of primitive days, we  TvSSfSWi&uhui'  'his if we knew the little ones were at  ���'Sftc  ��'����ri--'*.5 "e,  ]\ (V  > ���iT i.   .   ���:->.;;.-\jv\'  r*   l/&��>��;'        rNLKAVKNKD  BKKAIL  Yr/f V/^$fe^d ait'-i a course \\\   historical novels   and war  hJ- AA-{0^t*   'rnl��'aveued Bread" is a refreshing desseit.  it.  i  j    t  ���J* *    i  ' i  ���"...'O::*'^' iinnu nsclv clever caricatine of social Ulc, and  vc-'?'iv'jvV :'    '-"''cnly     observant     mind.      It   will   be  >;;;cv^::;i^/ljL    :dished by   all    wlm have" looKrd into  '-���'.���.���;.-.">j-:mid its ways, and who know   that therein ail  Vc;vV^'llith'tf Kellers  ; ' .^'"V./t 'iiant has cleverly   presented his   charters*  ;/- i/ r..''^\\i".\m hang no imposingprotraits sugc.estine:  *;,-"i' -.f ��! j��ati��'ut toil    with the   brush, but there   we  ���-..*:;��� ���-��� uup-shots"   of   women  and   ol    men,   who  ';    "'.:.*-tin.'! the time nor the    warning to   admit  of  !:'-   ' l;*��i instance :   "It was  enough for him to  watch her as she stood therewith her head.on one  side, and the worried archangel look transfiguring  her profile/7  This is Selma White,, about whom the whole story  circles���Seima White, .thrice married eventually, and  bearing'other names p who, throughout the three-act  comedv of her little life, paraded,before the foot-lights  taking' herself tragically, deliciously unconscious  ofthe burlesque enjoyed by that' quiet multitude of  refined eyes in the shadowy theatre, and hearing not  the ridicule of M the gods/' -  Of comely appearance/ coupled with an earnest  maimer, this worried archangel received the hearts  best devotion of three consecutive men ; and this  commodity she made capitalbf to purchase her own  advancement The adoration of the first was crystallized  in a fine house and " metal stag"���ih the city of  Benliam���which the adorer had, been enabled to buy '  thorough success in the city varnish business. For  a time Selma was happy in this new spere ; especially  since she could forsake school-teaching and become  mistress of a gaudy house, when .Ljewis Babcock toqk\  her for better or for worse.-/ But discontentment began to seethe in her soul, when she found that family  traditions were provokingly old in Ben ham ; and that  unless ' home-owner lived on a certain street, and on  a certain side of that street, she could not mingle  socially with the elect.  Selma 'was not long married until good and sufficient  cause arose to justify her in seeking a divorce, which  she had difficulty in obtaining. Without much delay,  she again tried matrimony, .this time >ith Wilbur  Littleton, a New York architect/"brainy and according! v more congenial ; for Seima was intensely  ambitious intellectually, and had a great idea of .her  own mental capacity. She was equally ambitious  (or social success, though she spent a life-time trying  to stifle and conceal this longing, realizing that she  was not quite socially fit. ' In cold-blooded fashion.��  she used every one in her path as means to an end.  Wilbur Littleton was ready to do much to her, but  alasi he progressed too slowly in his profession, and  was unwilling to sacrifice thehigh ideals of his art by  building architectural ".hotch-potches" and thus  make money more readily, that his wife might keep  pace with Mrs. Gregory Williams, the one woman  *ho filled Selma with a fierce envy. Therefore  Semla ignobly charged her husband with neglect oi  his duty to her, and the oft-repeated accusation iu  time broke his spirit. To save complications and to  give this smalbsouied woman every chance to attain  the heights, the author allowed Littleton to die ; and  great is" thepitv, for be was the fine character of the  story His death lift Selma free to marry the lawyer,  who obtained her release from bondage as Mrs Babcock.  As Mrs. James O Lyons, the wife of a successful  political! with a sentorship as gaol, Selma believed  she could go no higher. She was ecstatic on the  nishtofherhusbawrs election when thecrowd gathered  about his house to cry out their congratulations.  Together thev stood upon the balcony, and as Selma  listened to his peroration "she felt that he was speaking for them both and that he was expressing^ the  yearning intention of her soul to attempt and preform  great tilings. She stood gazing straight be tore her,  with her faraway, seraph look, as though she were  penetrating the future even into Paradise." Robert  Orant tells us nothing further o( Selma ; that is the  last glimpse readers are given ofthis unusual character.  The book is full of wise observations on character,  and is the cleverest study we have read It is  published bv the Copp, Clark Company, Limited,  Toronto. For sale by the Canada Drug and Book  Co.. Limited, Nelson.  v.  &  it  *r ���::*  -I'-J     T  P��:^*s3|   le  r.  tfs   t f  to?*��'  i 1!  liri  POT* fe  lab ri' \  J* it   '���  ai  *?i  ���b S  ;t$  ���S- wf  Y  m  .��  %��  &  HU  r>*  ? f  yn  :D.fey  ���gi.fey..  ifc Viy-c  IB  .it?:. St--*/'.  im/!:  ,11 pfl'-i-  I'^l'P-'fP'-'-  #���- ;;c?fc.  III;.-*'  ������'il'-?"?'"'-' '-'J':"  If  U  fi:  If  Ii  Ifcj  isH4  W  ?! ��.  10  a'iC  1  ian JNewtoii  IT was conceivable to Nathan Newton that- ���wail  could hear the still, small voice of his Creater  whispering within his heart; but he; had never l^u  able to believe that his Creator could hear the still,-  small voice of man. Nv when he pr:*yed--y-au'd be  prayed much -he Vhouted with great shoutings  There had '������������.been times in the liavs of his youth when  he had led the camp ��� meeting*; and iuid foara! in hi^  pious orgy till the solemn hymn of the pities and the  oratorio of the lake seemed inadequate to drown his  voice. .���;'.",., ��� ;..':,...-  Years didnot diminish his piety nor. hJ>enthusiasm..-  In  the  village  where  he lived   he was counted   for  ���' many years the fore most man '.in 'matters rebgiousund  v benevolent. ' . The preaching was/eft-to t!^/.j^5ro;rsp  but the   practical   application of the   Cb.risifatt':bil::h  was expected of 'Nathan '��� Newton''.' A\ ,;was: he '���'. who.'  . raised the;..-money- lor , the-new- dun-ch; A ill was ���. he '  ' who; appraised, his fortune' annual)y..:asHl^n.mdruroi'':  biblical..injunctions, .'paid  his full   tithe:     it .-was.'"'"be  whose  voice   vibrated   at love .leasts and protected''  meetings with exidtant^amenv;*  ��� . "Noyoungcoiivertfeithun>eliHxutAmh^luppinm''  till Deacon'���Newton had- talked and-pnyed VlilAhm :  no .penitent was .at j^ace" tili,j he'might v" >h^iiine^0?  the deacon .had driven" Hie temper ,i��� Ins U^hmtmi-  ;'-Iu..dhe.; (xurse<d' -tiinc ihe'/ de.aci;,i/s Mdv , t^4: "  Thomas, grew tppmanV.-estatc, and/ taking lo-hitt,:':-  ^!a.w��^;raoy^rtoad;riaiu.greatciiy,"^  who was, a widower,   hioved.abouf hi> , dr^hu b^  -tor a time, and tiuar sHtlcd-uoh^   ba.j,,^   ,0pj M;  town, house, led his last praver:meelin^a����idVlarhn^  mose congregation/ and Hu;  crunch   w,h   kfr wi?C  out us chief pillar ',  monung after his chan��y����� res,,!,.,,;,.  ft  .��*'  vp  ���bit 1 t  ������. ������'��� my;'j��6uf-v��ri{l ���hi^;:pri��iiw  ���; itsteyiittg; to,:lht ;:lfschliiii;  ;;;;��� ;iie (p^ked .wiitiln  : ' goers .in tti^if,;tob&riiM  ���s; :'������ '"'**. 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wwi^iiwimMhin.i, .i.i.^^^rtn.iii.MmAWlW HWNK||i>mn��JIW  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  13  w  i-VSI  ftV-i' '��',*!. ���'�����  MS  &  ���*���  ��*fttj .  nK-\i  ^ipy*':-''-&'  iflection and do so in musical tones when  mstomer what number he wants ; they  ur voices indicate that they are glad the  ig, and they must by means of happy little  pve everyone who uses the wire to under-  |they wish him jvell.  tlie Hky is gray above you  hen 110 one seems to love you,  11 the world, in fact, in dark and drear ;  people hurry by you  Iwhen trouble?* come to try you,  [till ��re happy word* that you may hear.  her gleeful hlrda are Hinging,  lier joyou�� bell* are ringing,  ither gloom Imh Mettled overall,  mint greet yon gladly, gladly,  irspiteful or nadly������'  witli a cheerful accent when you ealf.  inn e��iMi��d to l>e emphatic,  hm coined to be riogiimtic,  ceased to bid tin ehiive ounwlven away,  fin m(t HWeet tone* that thrill m  with happy feeling* till in,  Kwer* when the boll Is rung today.  jjhy*it nlghiug Mildly,  "mi" affair* are going badly,  [an *e��m to near some terrifying fate ?  1yonr dhue down It* tht*-Blot and'-;:  F tip Maudi^'CSlra^^  ou niged���jet Jier cheer y oil���w h j le-youcwa ttyc;-,. -;;;  WORLD'S FAMOUS LIBRARIES.  Perhaps at the present day the most famous library  in the world is in the British museum, London. It  is not the largest nor the most ancient, but it is  catalogued with such marvelous accuracy and is so  generally up-to-date that it outranks all others. It  started originally with a gift of 50,000 books to the  nation by Sir Hans Slocan, but became truly great in  1757, when King George IL presented it the prince-  less collection of books and manuscripts which had  been made by his predecessors Uther magnificent  gifts from royalty followed There is also a law that  of each book published and entered at Stationer's hall  there must be a copy deposited in the museum:  The national library of France has tlie most  volumes of any. It is housed in a magnificant  building, but its foundations were laid in the Louvre;  when ] ,juis XL gaw a small collection of books.  The library was added to by the forfeited libraries  of private 'persons during the French revolution.  There are no fewer than 3,000*000 books in this  ^library, and the collection is constantly growing.  One of the most interesting libraries is the Bodleian  at Oxford. It takes its name from it founder, Sir  Thomas Bodley, who founded itin 1598, and since  that   time all   lovers of Oxford   have added  to it.  fc^nVl*.'**���"-.������>  i ��� ;* 11; 'iK.--r,:iH a/% WF^M n��W. - ���'���" ~V i**��o.��  A GREAT BARGAIN  0^  The Postoffice, General Store hiu; Kesi-  dcncc at Hal! Siding, .standing on one  mil sized lot, will be wild at. a ^rcftt bargain for cash. There is a good business  done at the, store,'and purchaser can  also see urea good puck tnUiv run in eon  n ee t ion with 11: e eon ee r 11'.'  premises.  Apply; on  BAKER ST8EET  *.��Qver,'.., '���'.���.  Bank of Halifax  NELSON, B. C.  WHEN YOU BUY  O'Kell & Morris'  RESERVE  moAmmm  t  t  yon sret what are pure'IJrith'h t'o-  lumhia, frnU Jintl stur��u\ i\iu\ your  money is left at home.  >    We Carry In   Stock a Full line of;  'Apsayers'. and Chcmists*Supplics i  CAGENTS  FOR  SWORTH & SONS  & ���' \ vi * Jo-** i' �����**��  ���    ./   . o* ."^.vi    *���." ���  .1*  , ** n. .j  . ...     _%���<*  , - . v. -*' V .f  .iii. 1 ���*  -ty. 1    -��� . "���   ��� 1  ��� ���.������*(��� \.j r-  KW  \i.'.^'i  If"    L     ��  ���  <fi  are absolutely the  ftf  i?<  ��|   0  ���I'UmiI mid' 8hoes Mmle to ����rtlo�� lnvl>ihle TatchoN a Specialty. Only  Union Men Kih|doV:et). My stork of tine ready>niudo'work lowest prl|��*e��l  in the elfy.   Klrst \ti*>v west of.Hank of Hr.lt isli Oolumblii. BAKER ST  ! in  1  ^v.  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