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M*i;<x>h.sx. etc.    The  ���,'   V    -   ��� -^V^,'. !.',(   ��.  K;::':}��P��  V;;f'.;;^;,^d|  ciirSvyl  ;^ttnoiin^d;;t1ia;t;:crw^  iieigh^  weciings v^'crc clelayed for u  .all;:Avasvrea,(ly,v:i}]:e^  pyresatu^ted w^  ^;iitigh;t*^s^ bungled* for ^  rMd : '^uddejdVtli^ his hands bum||  through.    Then the mm\ head and shoulders'slippfe<��  through the chain.      For an  instant the body sto^M^^^.^^  erect, the arms held   in  supplication, while burni||l|S|5ll||iJj  nkv^ot clothing dropped  from them.      The bo||^��^^^��^  :i7S';'\';;rV,';Uli';?:!|.i;'tt'1!;i.V*'i5i?iiH  t*,? ".���.'-."���:-.'. v.";-; v|"'q'^-'S!;^S  the?: tell away from the fire, the head lower than thSt3iSl^^^^i  ^iijiSilSSillli *���  teet. which were still   fastened to the post.      It wll  i ;,!'  : :���     (  * ���  ������nJsy.rr>i.;--. ,,  ?,je iii-rrat't-.-r  'K >i ���,..���'!   ,  *,!�����.,,    ,;  Mir,j.: I,NN  ; curs Ar ..,-".���  Wiijsi-...  tr-^.   :���,  ail^CU!;u  the ,)eck f  fVured'thiii the only remaining chain would give way iSllllliSSBI ^  II this had occurred the partly burned  human being:*'M'C'WM^1*^"^ M  ttnukl have  dashed anion?  them with  burning gar%  ments.    The cries of the w retch were redoubled," and!  he again begged to be shot.     Some wanted to throw^  him over into the fire : others iried   to throw oil on  him/*      So runs the story in its horrible details/   A\  fresh supply of weed and  oil was  secured, and the"  tnnh had wieaked   its vengenr.ee.      And all this oc  euned at almost the dawn oi the nineteenth century  in the civilized, Christian United States of America !  Enough  i   i ��� \  ' I ; '  UlJtl  i veil  '.<'<H  ��tin-  thi.  ^���JNf  nm  Wiih  [H" ;n  ���v-   -n ir>. i ,kv <iep< !u   cofihnu   cverV  SM'Vs|,J>iii   the   ritlc   winch he.b-��re  ^���-mh African eampaiuh. is i^j a bad  -"'���'������ hiis t!��c bill,  -��������- bee,j holding court at I#im ����, -a  * ������'���-^e��,t i <^i->rado A ne^ri*who was  ���!"^eo:   i���� tIsr   murder of 4 little ^tri  i! !��v A nested,  and   was bei?jg con-  tMt' ^lieiiff tti await his trial.     " The  ��� e read,    ' with   newspaper  re*  ' ;:    '-''-je eniinus to see the ne^ib  ;;'i"1 ��'vj\irntlv laken' it as a foregone  ,r ^! r' \vas t*)'l?e administered bv the  " :;rv weren��>t mistaken      As the  'uTMt   u- wns stopped,   the''vigil  ;ii,|<''1 'T -md throwing a-rope-about'  is,,!'<'r, dragged liim.out' ���They:had.  ���'������: ^';��^   too ^ood for ' the nigeer���  ���:'1' '-"ly he riatiRtk'db'v-biirninif'him'  b etnh 11n^ wretch was rfrat^^ed  to  !U(l ^"itl sent   out  that  the torch  tit  J?"M��|  .ru A  IK.'.  I-irtir  I ).  'M'ui  l!'    i  ���:r-t  i;  oie I  ���l PJu'ii<m|;.u- hour, so as to:eive  Hvint.; districts'an opportunity of  n'ndish ceremony in vindication  "How to keep the objectionable  Oriental  element,  and indeed the scorn of Europe,   out of Canada is- a  question which is agitating'the public mind at present  ft may seem rather  late i:t the <iay to start an a^ita-  liou of this sort,  as those against  whom it   is  aimed  have secured a footing in the country.   JThis is parti-  ruV rly the case in British Columbia,   where Chinese  and Japanese are conspicuously numerous. The^reat  amo tit of railway work of<Jate under way, has added  another numerous class to our already large alien population-���we allude to the Italian navvy.   These peoples, or three classes of people, do not assimilate with  our uoymlation.      They live  to themselves  and "for  ihem.selves. and have nothing   in common   with the  rest of the people.    Their ways are not our ways. To  check this -undesirable .-immigration or to lessen   the  number of these fellows now In our midst,   is a work  which must be undertaken with systematic defermin-  -.aiion and pushed to a successful; conclusion���that is/  if the country is not to he overrun by these worthless  classes,   Capt. Clive Phillips Wplley, an unsuccessful  candidate for parliamentary honors in one of the island  c^nstitu'eheies, suggests that they be compelled to live  in all respects as whitemen, and ';��� they will soon turn  (Item the country as being too expensive for them to  live in.M    The suggestion-is.a-good one.    These people are dangerously unsanitary in their habits.    They  gjviilllilil j  ,'/'-���������-..��� :\,.-:^...^:.-,..,'-'.'..<.!':'..''.,:^v'.,.',,f; .��*  1  ������.!.��� ������..1->:':,.^'...-...':.��...;,vVfJ. "t:.S      V  i  :mrm/Xm;m$$A^  lllilllll:!!  mmsmm 14  xmMSmX&  ���?s'.r1ir>im&^&,&<<   -?  ��� .��������� '-���,.   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"      '  'nwj^. .,   iiiin.ni.   ������ w Fill T I1 "��� �����"," M��   ''"   '  L1      'I   il ,77;     I  I"   \    ���|li I      I II    i,(    i T,T    '   i    14 i.rr~l '"T^l1 Mi-Tiif i.>iiili ��� 'II*.     *    h x^- 'W:,.  sil  THE ;NKl,SON>E'eONOMIS;T':  .'t^sa  ��*��.  herd together in hovels that a whitemau   would not  use for his cattle; and thus endanger the public healtliv  while they bring with tbem^ a  the virtues of their native land       If by enforcing the  sanitary laws of the couutrv these   tu)  'can be kept out by all niea:is jet the sanitary lavvs be  vigorously enforced. ���'���;';������������;  The prevalence of suicide at   times induces people  *to declare that it is becoming fashionable      It would,  almost   appear   to'-'he': epidemic at  certain >easous in  certain countries.      Suicide   is  unquesfiomiidv  more  prevalent of late than it has beer? for mnnv years8 and  that there must be a  cause  for   this is clea^r;     Some  attribute it to the  growing   taste   for   alcohol,  while  others hold that The "fact is due to the battle of life be-  ing more severe than ever before in the   world's  hi^;-  tory; No doubt to both are attributable many a death;  Statistics to to  shovv that otb^  civilized   countries  from   which   ret urns are  avail   /(e\: '^orwav'' is;.-.t;he'.  only one giving a decrease is  this particular during  the last forty years.      The decrease   is from 82 to 66  per year per  million  iiibabitauts.      In   Norway the  goveniraeut makes -energetic jwaT-agattts^t^'alcohoIisiii,/:  and maintains that this''-is what places . the country in  the enviable position of being   lowest: .on-'���the suicidal-.  scale.      Sweden; her liextniobr"neighbor, .->s.hows an )���  increase in the nmhhef ���.'bf:-sfijcides':-frofn,:So :t*f Ti0; '  7 A party of EngIish.'men,. recently arrived, are hav  ing a great *i me in the Similka'.meeti.country /hunt in  \bi<:''|;^n-.e:./; .i.ast v e�� k ;i:e.. oP.lbe 'party/ ���'MPAy'lS,  Slater,   succeeded in securing three large 'cougars- as  well as other big game, and declares that for genuine  sport British Columbia   is  the best   country  he   has  ever brought a rifle to.      This is the verdict of everv  real sportsman who has had experience in the mountains of this province.     However, the man whocbm��s  here in search of bi<> game   must not be of the trip-  shooting species of sport     If he i> determined to have  something worth showing for his expedition, he must  be prepared to rough   it and forego the luxuries md  delicacies of refined civilization for a while     f f he be  not   accustomed    to   mountain   climbing   and   these  ." magnificent distances "   which  puzzle���>* 1 c.w-eomer  to the Wild and Woolly West,   he ���will'have much to  learn by practical  experience ard instruction   from a.  guide.    Kor many decades British'Columbia has been  famous as a happy hunting ground      It had. been the  special preserve of the Hudson's hay Company.   *u<i  for years was the chiet contributor to the world's  fur  market,   supplying   the   choicest   skins      This   was  British Columbia as the world knew it up to the time  of theFraser River gold excitement    ..since that date  it is chiefly as the richest mineral country in the world  that the Province enjoys a reputation.   But in British  Columbia is still to be found,   and in abundance, the  big game which delights the heart of the enthusiastic  sportsman.      H<* must, however, not expect to find it  within easy range of his hotel door     He will have to  do .a. little:, climbing and possibly  endure some hard-  ships,   but these are  but pleasures to  the true sport  AvheJt.theyd^  ;the^  ,!sh;;;Coiun!b^^^  :westej^  ���7:'oil''-'->'7 !.-.-������.'��� v77'  tm  :,under-consideration^  ;/tbe;defoe,t^  :':Radway;. .;:'.;Tj;m  ,t-mail--;deriverecl/in;:Ne  .whicit-causes'greiit/m  ��� A .Cbmbittatioir/^^^  'fading; 7^^  7W.eek7ex.eepf;^  call the a'Uetm  ;nnsati*fi��^  daily se^  '/at; ;!Med Mm Ufa fv:: as;;}l;:^^;pr^e:nt:thee& -*^h^es|  fs;ting;'arxange^  :W^/e&rii^  lowing''. it;to':.;i^tt|m  ��� ^^,lJS^JV*JAft^;fll>:-^..-:-  ������'Z&aw;*^:^  . a i -way?*' cotby ideV^  Justice,.;':,J7  ;diiy;iiiBai^^  . .1.1 u Id lit i j #b. t�� tjSiy^  ;;abdiust0  .'and itiee^etwal  .:.who in-ebafpb^  downdiielmyy^  ..as will :eorB;pebM.ie.;:w  value dT the ��erv ice's "of ttteXft>iUi ;up:'to':befdtrrival at-  the age of eighteen years,   and you ate to lake into  consideration the cost   oi her education and maintenance up to that period     You are to give an damages  for the sufferings of the parents, if any, caused by the  'bereavement,   nor for the suffering to  the child, i  any "     Th* logical conclusion of such law as this is  that the parents of the child are indebted  tu the rail-  way company for having killed, h^r     The cost o�� t *  maintenance, education and care of a child up to  '  age of eighteen is much greater than the value oi ne  child's services : therefore the killing oi a child un er  this age, according to California law as interpreted t>y  Judge Daingcrficld. is a gain to its parents or guar  ians rather than a loss.      Such law would not be '<*  ceptable to British 'subjects,  Sending around the hat in England ^'^^^^^K  charities or philanthropic purpose*f.should be frou" ^ggj  down at this side of the Atlantic.    It is m^^;m)1g|||,  not  Canada  mother apruii-siriiiga, vu%u<, -w..~. - ^ newf?5^vr  eutal help in the matter.of funds.      VVlicU       ..^ft:*1^..-  :bedE  1  of the recent ruinous conflagration at 0llawarMinllvr.*:,,M.a  London, a Mansion House relief Jn"d ^vaSJ^tr^ppitfi-.v.^i'c  started, and the good .'people of the great- r ^jtJ;-_.; ���jli.jy.  in their generosity subscribed^ i��54��^�� ^7^ndbsl" y*M  wards the relief oi the sufferers.   Befqre  If  5  ���w.  X   VfflB  <A   i in���*  *  'A  N. ���'; '    '  '}  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  I J\t was announced from Ottawa that the relief  ttee had more money on hands than they knew  Mtodo with, and now the English subscribers are  ous to know what has been done with their money  toarecertainly entitled to this information, and up  date ibr some unaccountable reason, they have not  ^supplied with it.    Indeed, we have never seen a  II statement from t he Ottaw : relief committee. In  ngiD-Canadiao circles in London, according to rent advices, the opinion is freely expressed that Lord  iintp or Sir Wilfrid Laurier. under whose auspices  eKnglish money was collected, should at once make  full public statement. The- 7Wr ?ushlisheS an' ap-  ��al from the Bishop of Saskatchewan ��n behatf of  eCanary bishopric fund,  and this with  other ap-  ealsfrom-Canada is unfortunately earning for this  untrv the  reput'Uinn   of  a,  mendiciiit,     Canada  ihoultl be a'v>ve this.  * M<       Itp- a��* *wn*  A DivoKCK bureau is the latest device of Yankee  ingenuity, fu most of the States thce**se with which  beconinihiid kvM   is untied   tenders divorce a very  Dpu!ar cum iin, and one of the growing evils of A me*  ica.   However."-in the State of New York some Hide  use m\i<\ be shown be!<>re  the marriage, certificate  ill be eau'cellcd-     To supply this want was thespe*  ial'business of the divorce bureau in question,      At  k head of this establishment was one ilenrv Zetmer,  lawyer   He had a staff of very ��iccomodattitff assist-  JRnts, maie and k-tmde,   who were at all times willing  Sopersi-r^tr i-:r p^iti's necessary to successful divorce  proceedings-and'to swear to anything and everything  Icalcnhncd to  ar.or.r.thsh die object   in   view.      The"  jgaiigbas ken uner^iinu in New York for over a vear  ''duntijj! winch mar they are said to have obtained be-  betn thirty ,o;d 7*11v divorces by pcrjury^rd fraud  ,lhe courts arv   h<-e.ihuinn to realize the dangers and  tvilsc! the dv.;vr nulls    Judge Scott admitting that  lindenu? ;-:--cn:   ^u-m it is  impossible to prevent  sucq in;-.<H itH ;.. , s<.  p, ;utiSC(t hv Zetmer and his ac*  compact    si- s;;-ip.s^ <jMt the onlv reaiedvfor the  c\i.is t-�� atUipt th- Kmjiis \ ?ule in these matters���to  'tho i,, thai of the Queen's proctor  : t?H- tjiu-eu's proctor to investigate nil  (create a: , ifi,  [h-is the'tl-u-  j !V!'rce C|scv Vl nh i!��e v.ew to seeing if theie has been  '' ��� .A(>ih ': '   ���'  M' :: between the parties to. thesuits,  1 such (������,-!;,.; .:: be discovered- then   the case is  ^ allowed int.-.>.,:n  a">* "���"the Si  the Queen's Bench uphold the legislation. Hugh  John Macdonald, who fathered the act as premier of  the province in accordance with his ante-election promise, is now disposed to look upon what is commonly  known as the prohibition vote as a myth. He says :  ** The trouble is the prohibitionists vote with their  political party, and the liquor men, both Conservative  and Liberal, vote and work against the party which  favors prohibition. In the foture the prohibitionists  may thank themselves if neither of the great politic?!  parties consent to take up theii cause." The recent  general election proves the force of this statement, and  goes to show the strength of the liquor party. A  Liberal Government need net be lecked to for any  measure of prohibition. The last plebiscite on the  subject ought to be sufficient to prove this.  The Trades and Labor Council of Victoria has  taken action to procure evidence to be submitted to  the commissioners appointed to enquire into the question of Chinese immigration and how it effects this  province. This is the only body; so far as we know,  that has taken any practical steps in this direction.  The council is sending out circulars to merchants,  manufacturers, etc., with the object of ascertaining  the number oi Chinamen employed, the rateof wages  paid them, their hours of labor, and whether their  places could not be advantageously rilled by white-  men. Au expression ol opinion is asked ontheChin-  ese question generally, and also as to the propriety of  allowing Japanese to take cut fishing licenses. We  fear that ihe.se communications will not be very liberally lespundtdto. Theie aie many establishments in  which Chinese are employed almcst exclusively, the  propiietois of which ao hot attempt to disguise the  fact that the reason they hire such help is that it is  cheaper than white labor. From such quarters no  valuable information is likely to be obtained. The  Chtuatuau woiks longer hours and cheaper than the  ffhitetuao, and that is why John is in such demand���  with some people.  'jtf  ^'ansa >v v  WVlavcv such'an officer in  s n|   !'i(    Vnb n   would   have   by  no  fas  i ���  ���r argument on   the. constitution  l$LPtl : l.;,f M 5   M l'��'-��-�� Macd-mald- Liquor   Act has  -'-'-'��� '       -i!' ok: t  be*ore die lull c*��urf. ��� t  -V-jg^i,  *>1.-h   ...    l"e'^. ->* s: will dou  ^t3 keen's Hen ���-    ��� o ��� -     ���  ^T*~        ^   " v'" ,(' lV��'��nipe.-... A t-reat deal of interest  btless be the in ear. s  ^V-l'-caltr C ,,0vvtT* nt{1 province to enforce  fee.^ l!^ *��k nf liquor.   The  "-'���f7-iliijuor;,, ' "        '   '     Xw's' c:Mt:on/7 bncked up l>v the  ���-v. ; iuw into:..'.   . o      ���  "'V^'Uase o- ���       '   ' r'U      ls oPP0S,nK l^ie enactment,-  :i'-]  |.;;.lr;,' 1,rcNSCli;�� <lcterininati..u to appealthe case  ���'.yi '    [ MVV Council if necessary���s  For business reasons Mr. A H. MacNeill has declined to contest Yale-Cariboo in the interests of the  LiberabConseivative parly. Therefore, Mr. John  Mc&ane, of Rossland, has been placed in nomination  to l>e standard-bearer of the Conservatives at the forthcoming election. Mr* McKane, by reason of his in-  timate -k-iiowledge of British Columbia affairs,- should  make a useful member of the Dominion House of  Commons British Columbia has not too many representatives who ate able to make the. wants of the  country known, that it can afford to overlook the fid-  vantages of having a man like Air. McKane in tl?e  Dominion House. Personally and politically he is a  man whom the Conservatives should delight to honor  with their votes.  Pow-Wow is the name of a publication devoted to  matters connected with the ctie of dumb animals. It  is* published at Kamloops by Mrs. A. Wentworth  St' t?\\> and 'is carefully edited and well printed.  n,-   -ri  c.;-1  <r  J ' v^.fi  '\8  '���vl  ��� f.-k  Wsi$  K'��  r4ti  ">���-. 6  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  to*  [l���% **t"3*-  . rf" ���**  'Sf' *|7-:;  !A 4* i-*p7  ���'*' * M7  . i  t��P  1,'*":;  I't  r  u>tffc  -*  * ���  'I.  I  ���  T  .W:'  MINING NEWS  NELSON.  The severe weather of the past few days has  brought a number of men in from the hills, and they  all report favorably on the outlook The prospectors  * have located many good things during the season,  while those who have been doing assessment work  announce satisfactory progress The mines throughout the district are all working full handed,  The big boiler for the Silver King mine has arrived  and is being hauled up hill ' The snow is drifting  hard, and progress is retarded in consequence.  The Canadian office of the Chapleau Consolidated  Gold Mining Co. has been transferred from Slocan  City to Nelson  The Venus continues to do well, but it is said the  stamp mill will not be installed this winter.  J. B Richard, a Belgian engineer, is at Camp Mans*  field inspecting the Joker. A crew of men has been  put to work to complete the tunnel b<dng run to tap  the ledge  Arrivals in Nelson from the Similkameeu  and the  Lardeau  districts report i good  se-i.sous's work and  several exceptionally rich strikes.    With railway ac  commodatiou these sections will he large producers.  The outlook at White Horse for next year is reported to bei2xcelfent. The copper mines seem  likely to turn out all right and the discovery of coal  in the vicinity will settle the smelting .'problem. On  Taku arm a strike X)f a wonderfully rich ht^ mining  quartz has been made The vein, it is claimed, ex-  tends the whole length of the claim and the ore is  literally loaded with native gold,     ;  SLOCAN.  Buildings are being erected at the Hewett,  Next year the Arlington will sink a rooo foot  shaft;,...'  Work has been stopped temporarily at the Corinth.  The Republic has been bonded to Portland people.  The Arlington ore bunkers at Slocan have been  finished.  C; B Taylor has sold his interest in the Bird and  Summit fractions, near the Surprise, to Wtn Kent  for $6,ooo.  R H. Fisbburn. who has a bond on the Bachelor  group, on Twelve Mile Creek has given a contract  for ibo feet of tunnel  A new company has been organized to work the  Leviathan This property has a big lead and is  across the lake from Kaslo  T. Avison  and A.   Tunks are working   the Pinto  one of the Mollie Hughes group.     They have a lease  giving the owners io per cent, of the net returns.  Fifteen men are working on the Monitor. One  car of ore is ready for shipping, but shipments will  not commence until   the rawhiding season opens  Last week the Payne shipped 185 tons, Last  Chance 52 Sovereign 20, Slocan Star 30, Trade  Dollar 20, Ruth 32,  Bosun 20,  Arlington   80.     The  Not  8WalCr ^  2i5to:"s  for the weekending  k Tht S*!^eHte group, near the Queen Bess, has  been bonded to E. Woakes for $21*000. There are  three claims and three fractions in the group Cory,  Allen and Foster are the owners.     The amount paid  rintBsn   ��r��a   f ltOOQ *  to Trail,. while the Centre  Star iv*ra�� a  day.     The Spitsee ��ent out  tU 2ftllc? i^  Mask two.     These were th7fSSl^f 4  Iron  the camp. No great improvement itfii^H  need be expected until the smelters are ���!.sl"Pn"1��t��!  the output, and this will not be theS? n'"?1  commeticemem of the comta* vear. "*  ........������. 11,.  MlNK.  Le Kot....  War Eagle..:   Centre Star....... _7  Iron Mask,,...,.   livening Star   Monte Christo �� ,',7,  1  v  r  Le Roi No j..  iron wuii,**.���*���** *��**.�����*.+ wa( *��***��***  riant.......,  *���+�����* *��.**,��.......  Week's    Tonnage  lonnage Year to Dat  to,66j  25<>79l  2079  45  j** ft><fc*ftti*  '  *   ***+��������   *��*   *����*****����*ii  40  ����������,  * . n * 4, i.  .*��+*  m K** *-r-  .#����.  .  . �� 4  * * , , ,  A Kf V4�� ��**������4+4* ����.��... ��^ti)f  ."M.-> /l*l.<��Sl.��.w^��e.TMT.  #�����<(* .*��...  *6t44  3911  m\  453  60  22601  m  ipmtnts for last  week   are   soiaew^,  11.     The Le Roi did not send any ore  ^ Following were the ore shipments received at the)  Trail smelter from the different shipping mines for  the week ending November tj':  tit:����f. *nt)        . ��  . 1 ,    ..,,1  *  �� * * .  * * * >)>(>lM)IM��il<)i>il>t>l!Mt  I  Centre Star-  War Eagle<��..��,  Iron Mask...** .  1 in i r i- ��� <��* * ��.����*�� ��������***������*������.**�����..'������,.. .��'��+.<.��������*��.,��.,  jt\viiaoasca .4,*,^4..��....  B C  Bosun .. .....  ToniJ  2911]  4!  5?l  i * ff ���- * *  ��[**�����#****   +#��**��������* ^*  rfl��^*M<  * ^ * * i   -��^,fc^>��4.����-F    *4<r��fc*'��*t>   **��**��*���*���*  �� * * * ^ * *����� * * �� **  * % * * i *  a * H�� ** *"  '4   ��*#    -V4(T%l^��'iy*��    ����4,4*ft��**    ��,  93  v  Toral "        HU  For   the week   the matte shipped frora the Tnij  smelter was 124 tons.  BOUNDRY,  From the Gruttrf Forks (JH^ttt*.  There is considerable to report in th^ way of roin  ing progress in the Boundary during the past seve  days.     Development has been started on  oneortf  new properties,  shipments are being increased fa>  others and still others are opening tip some reman  ably good showings.     With   this   encouraging P*  grcss in evidence and no nign of a let-up in operation,  in any of the regular operators, there is every rea^o  for predicting a lively winter in a raining way. to  siderable in the way of improvetnents has been 0 j  at the Miner-Graves syndicate ��t Phoenix. hmm  The Athelstab, which is under contract ��� to j^SBt  1,000 tons of ore to the Trail smel cr, bas aIrJ^p  sent out tetween 40 and 50 cars of ore on tnc . gff^  tract, and is apparently as   far as ever from rut   'js^  out of ore. 'tjjl^i  Geo,   Fraser has started  work this weekM ^^  linv Dav claim on La Pleu'r mountain adjoinms   t; 5,^  Rainy Day claim on La Fleu'r mou  Frisco property. -���;.  ���  c j^,;^  The work of sinking the main shaft ��: m*��0ptfi:��i  Summit camp is being pushed a ad excelled P     - " ��  Jm, Jarre! wb�� down from Summit ^md  *���e week and reports an' excellent str��  on the Remington claim of the .R. Bell g  H  AL.lO  "1  !  t    _  W  ",^.7.,. ;^X::  i-S*!;*!1  ���'M/i&^iw*"';  m  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  LET DEEDS RATIFY SENTIMENT.  L'die's of Canada: ' t  t The ^'"'lfi ��ev*r saw' 8ucfa *n **b���l*���� of patriotic  I   tilt e ;t'as the African war called forth.  rrsnadia��'< Anstr'alanst td  the splendid  youth ef  Natal fought side by sice w ith the British tea planters  Australia drioks the teas of Ceylon and India,  ;,hile Ca'^Vadii " abeady drinks their Black tea,  Dnikers Mt Japan tea 'should try their green teas.  Up to date tea merchant* (the Salada Company, for  - cell them entirely on merit '* Middle*  r;j<i rreji ' are not waiting for supplies.  *jipoi>'hc���fence-men" are waiting to see how  be'i*a:'��� will j-^'ni'-' ' ���   '. ��� '  \/f\-Qs 'i>'f ���Canada* ve  j ray  you aid the   fritish  anter. ������:������������ <W'..t>M{   ���  BiiS.i��nce.,! n��'>'  While  .   H0-v CA'NADA IS ADVERTISED  M> I  C   Holder?,  pres;dent of the  A roes-H olden  jr.r.j:.--.^*." wl.o r ^fuily ret��*rued t*�� Montreal t��fier a  itffl2?H!-^':n'lf. y^TN w*\\t aroitrd the **orfd.,<fcon-  rhrleda'^ i---*v;rvv'bi the Montreal    (!*n*ite by stat-  ������'"h t' i-'^'.s "in 'particular are making Ov*ada  no-e v.'ildelv kur-wn-amJ more highly cbtHidfred the  H'orM ��"-vcr ��� -Firsi. her^r? pi the'war* which has  fxci'ed interest not only in Knglnrd hut in tvery  part :��>( -It ; ioi-*c ; .'secoi^lly, the widespread nd  Nrtknp--���'</������' the C. P�� R. Wherever Mr, Holden  reni he, !������(I the. pamphlet* of the great railroad  !rfn{::-(i d'fp.-. :''-Fv5s*p. in Ncnv-�����*����� *n Turkev.  .'henthe P. and 0. steamship reached Ho �� Kong  ill the juv^o-;; ers_ ^,i<K^o if possible to co *ns *>y the  iT��nres.siH.;;?.!< ���  uv.  .after experien-e of the ships of  sany lines ard many mHnns, Mr RHdrn re "I?res  unsurpassed for comfort, table and att ���* dtnee.  jvenin out-of-the-way up country inns in Jap^n,  then guests are forced to e*t and  sleep on the floor  toe c. F. R. advertisements were^buha^^if^bidi^  reputation has never^tod^ highe|than  now  �����>'  AN Ol^^jKtM  ^ News   was received  here wlphis w^  death in Riverside, California, of felilSill^  says the /^fnyifc     Deceased  was a pion^  Slocan and was well known to nearly wr^orie in the  district.     He was a native of the state df^braska,  but   since   1885   had   been   aresident of  British  Coinrabia>     In '85, 86* and  '87 hi follow^  placer  mining in the Similkaraien country arid later was a  prominent figure on the Coast during the rx^m days  there.     When the mineral resources of the Kootenay  first attracted attention he came to Nelsohf irid was  one of the  argonauts of that fqWfVBrT  Luter when the Slocan was opene&vMu^  Kaslo and engaged  in the: h<^i^^sB|^iuip  The  Club  Hotel.     Before the days of raiif^dsiril  .theSloc��iii he located several   valiiabl��  the   v cinity   of Sandon,  on ^$\jik^efSfiW^^^i  realized   hards< mely.     UntiLalwitM^  conducted the Filbert Hotel iifiMs ci^  health forced him tot leave forl&M  derangement of the liver was tj^iiiin^^i^^^p^  be suffered,   and which  finaljpSK^|j|j^^^^is|  md.     HU wife and breather Jacj|i|jiiig^|^iffi|^  California for several months pnoT;{d?h^  There is no wealth but Iife-Q^3^ip^^|fli|^  powers'of love, of joy. of adrnirajtpffi^  is  richest   which  nourshes the|i^r|a,testl|ium  no* le and happy human brings �� thatlm^  who, having perfected the lunctibrt^^  to the utmost, hss also the widest  helpnu^  both personal and by means of bis poi^  the lives of others. ��� Ruthin.   W:-^fU^^S}M0S^:^  VOTE FOR  'M'-'/S  .S^S'SBI*  ���-''".''' .'7;7' 7;'S77'7 i :''}^'\B''iiy^i  xyyyyyM$&i&mi  ,.    ... .. :-7:, "���:,.'^i^"����?-^;r??'  7;'7v:-7;7'^'.7u^;fi*^'^7iS:*|  .;'-".j7 77"'7i-V''7J7;7r|t^  ';,. .;....���: .'.. '.;.'���.:'r'--.'.. v:,;:,.S:'-.'^f;'i?4S'  :.;.i,;7v|7sp||^^|||s^  i-s: ��������� '7;.7,7!';i 'ti %Xm!$0Bi,  %'���!���:������': ;'r'.'/:.V*'j.*i'-.:.;':%'*,^l'i<i$00&  ��� '-;;>:;7^: -7;-0^&%0Mi!  .������.���'-V.: 7.;:.7^::-7';':' ";/.77^7s'Si:%Si  ;7^3tXS  ,'-.ssa  '. "-'i.'^A'' ij'ii    l~." VW   KH6(aB����SffiSBa5fflgs^^ ��� :.^,;./:.777:';77-7:^SS#  ��� .������ '.:���'���"'.������ -'��:.-.'"(���"���'?  ���"'.'��� ^..."v'cwwi  8  THE NELS  TH|SR,;E/a re cer t ai n >iie vyispa jpers'>.';ia; t h is -Pro vi nee  '.^; >yh.ic.b-\f v.caj|  '.���.:��;;:,\'77.;Sprt^f's.ir^ the  humorous selections first, lor I generally like to know  what the  editor has to say;      It   is in the editorial  Splutnn  j.ri. which these certain papers are published should be  favored with a few hue davs in the Wet season or drv  frost whet^  grange cccurrencelbrm^ editoriaieom-  ment, and did 1 not knovv these regions,   t would .be-,.  inclined to think that 1 was not in British Colutiibia,;.,;  ���; ��.uT in Supny ;1 taly or the .south;.of -France, i  r.I'Tmye  7:npuced,;Th^  aieio given to cb  ��� Jg.ifp^editoriiil. ;space devoted to  the ��������� vagaries. ;::of ;the"  >yeather /clerk v;;;i ,d.q;;uqt: ,know tlipt our; weaxher; has::  ���pinch ^  funofcto  :.&s;^  :.|be\storm7of:Satur^^  .fsr, Lbelieye, aix-r  'lliori .y;.;h.e;:oldes  and 7 he snow was blinding:      The s ornr was no re*  ���'���spfect^  leal;��haf would liave-charmed ' he-beij'r.-of'a'Beven  :pa:y A.dven'ist .^  fire---or fa- her, -v. was a  good .'one/ -;uccbrding'iq -he"  origin of he 9Ine.    Tne win er Is-.ah early;bne7;a.'nd;.  there are ihbse who pi edic ->ha> p will be Severe.1.; ���T-.-'  hope  he'������prophet " ;-.^ -7.: l  The Soldiers and friends of the Salvatidu Army i i  Nelson are  looking   forwarci   tq a  real   treat in   the  coming of Colonel  Jacob, from   Toronto; to  conduct  several meetings' in   the  S. A..   Barracks,   beginning  to-morrow.     The  Col me!   < ecu pies   the position   of  chief secretary   for  army   affairs in the Dominion of  Canada and ir* second in command of its forces,   ranking   next to   Commissioner  Eva   Booth       He b  an  officer   of bug   s-anding,    and   has   been noted   all-  through  his   career for   his   daring  go-ahead- spirit.  He is a Revival.st in,the old school, and   everywhere  stirs up his  hearers to increased activity in the cause."'  he   represents.      The -meeting. to:n lrr-iw.'uight ..-.wiB  . take the form of a welcome.      On   Fri'dav afternoon  a mating is being arranged especially forChrisfians,  at   3p  m; and  at 8   p m   he ����ives   his   iufcre^iug  le:tiire .,-" Too High and Too Low."     This   will he'  lbustrated   by   pictures  especially    painted .for ' tfiis  subject.      As usual all are cordially invited.  men t, and t#fce catriei * Motion W $F��^  wishes. Theiuritt6ittt^��s- |,�� ^ j1 ^- fc  burdens Scotland vvil 1 have t6 bkr "to��   -  It is reported that Dawson has rather more women  than ttkio.vs what to do with. All through last  summer women poured irtothe citv expecting to fmd  employm-ntas waitresses, dressmakers, saleswomen  and so forth. The consequence is that there are far  more women than their is work for and the chati'-eV  are that some of them will have a hard time this  winter.  The Scottish Home Rule Association have issued  a manifesto, in which it is stated that since th* year  1886 this association has urged upon the electors the  necessity of Scotland resuming the control over her  ?Vjn riat!onal|nd, local affairs while retaining her  J"Mar&VJ *K #ite&pn7pf Imperial affairs jh the  Bf IF Bf^fff \* ��� �� $m* pafliam^jitVii|vei:corae  au^.gpug ��i{jcg-th{$ (|i|fsftpn fas brought'bffoifc  fife  ;uses^  ;:onmmetttal7.  ���fjapte^  ^hehquid^porttouf^  ;-t]*em:^  ,restn,;:,ast:rtrigebt:;;n^tk  ,sbeI.l,;:;m,^op;yert^i;;iti^  ;:dom/estie7Utet^iltmihe*a  jlotbipg,:;;^^^  ^���js^^dargeiy  ;:,;c;i'hdle$;.;aiic!;;m^  ���;M*:.^it-:wate^^^.iji:;0^^  .rproducet^  :chewed';itf7;ium.uie^  ,: would; be;:diffieii^  j'lor^maiv^-^l^  ���..prbv!d��,7^^^  ..^j,i>o^ ;of ,tfie^v^  ;!i-he;;te?a'bdo'%,^  ^^b|cb1^v'pij^f^^  videK  '.  \v&*a;imtoii-Mti.':' .MMW.  ���.;.;; 0rt; - the.;^as.terti'Sec||<|u .  waferiuppfy;:;S;i  water sttuions U^:fej.S ��m!.y.7^  ufK>n.eoru.nruou^,sup  the| ot ber;nver|:j^h.e..^in^  during .t!le.wifter;;:^;7Long.vj  virur^d!y\l^:-gm>d,;7;:ou::.accou  bnftoui^.Ti''ntKr:tli'eif ���'^  fresiv.:water.7springs;M  ..pipes'.';' .eon*equen.Uy^  vs-e!ls its close to -Ihe-. wa'ie'r-.towers-iis;..t|iei.r..^iety,w|,  allow. .  -The.;'pipes ^^-i^^ilLto.-'.tbe;\fpwcf?^  so'cased Hi.'tbat'i.hey:cair.^  house ;.- 'also .-the. wells7ain."lie'iteiited:;:etther by.:ste^  or by special' stoves ���''.:"\$>h^  supply is, however, freq tie fitly, safi T- ^3^:iveI1&  from this.dra whack, t H^s'vsfeu'K Iff far &'6>'ns(n^e  serins inefficient, and calls fi��r ..considerable uup^,.  ment;      It h,*s also been suggested to store aik ��   j  ice, but this has not been tried.  IJmpcrpr William 'is confronted with * "J^  of cither paying a sum of considerably over 51. ' ^gggj  out pf his on p.'ttlcet. which he can welj a"')r"���,vilM  .I'   ^,  ���fl. *  ������  . " I  I-'"-'!  ir. cntwy.^^.^^, ^,������ ,     |     _i_r_  .��� .���,...���-���..,-.,���  ���.����r"ir-s*-"'"' i'*_^l.i'"s   tl   * WWWMIIH  M.-Jvlieved them to I* already dead, while  HffSosi sanguine despaired of them being able  f" cr,��i Now. however, nearly every for-  I be-'hrrt un'in-Pekin at the time, has been rescued  W" i��in a There are considerably over i ,000  '..V number of Americans being comprised  in  L,hei!;< the   Kaiser  is  being called upon  to  jje part) t ���������        , p ^  |ake;gdodhis promise , *-^  CURE FOR CANCER.  This very prevalent disease, the permanent cure of  hiph nru'iv doubt; forms the subject of an article in  C iin^ii'(�����'�� "^-      The vvritcr K��v**   lbe follow*  I �� cure   which proved efficacious in  his own   case  H j,, 5,ores of others that he knows of :  1 "Take the common   sheep M>rreP   which grows  in  Lrvani and which children like to cat because of  Lsourness ;   mash it up into a pulp in   some vessel  [hat will ^ave all the juice that would otherwise he  Lr  then nut it into a   bag dtui squeeze out all the  juice "onto a' pewter plate���to get  some of the  acid  jroin the metal ;   then put this out into the sun   and  let it dry nut if about, as   thick;,,as,.t^,;rtheu  Lht houle .;  -if the. ski^ ^^  [of.chloride' o'f'prttash". .or Jye.:^rt;.ltj^.J^  land then t pplyVbe ' sot rel'; opvth^^^^  ling it with' a thin coat. 7' if,thi��$0^  [alittle water will makeftso^iba^  [Tbe.paHiwill.be severe, butJtJ^  111 will stop hu rt 1 ng in.. n ffew; hours;;;;-:JKI^-Ju^  [applications,, one,every day��-brpltf^the; *^^^  [lifted ourwith��ut'-any,'paiti; wit  niv case.     The ��� ' sorrel* 7Wtli;:e^fc;^  does not. eat it a* it  do^ the :',flesii>-;--iieue^  [the flesh away and lets the cancerT^^  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  see the cancer put the * sorrel* on it and not on the  flesh. When the cancer is out heal the sore with any  kind of healing ointment.  NOME IS HOT SO BAD.  Roderick MeMillan, of Nome City, Alaska, a  brother of our townsman, Alex McMillan, was in  Saiidon for a few days this Week on bis way home to  Glengarry, Out., and while in town paid a call at the  Printing I'alace Mr McMillan hjs been in Nome  since early last spring, and his account of the northern  camp is of a much more cheerful nature than that of  many others returning from that camp. The beach  claims, of which so much has been said and written,^  ��re not, Mr. McMillan says, what they were represented to be. As he puts it, �� I ^on't want any  beach claims in mine.M But the creek claims on  Anvil, Snow and many other creeks are good and  have already produced considerable gold. Not long  before he left prospectors came in from the district  buck of Nome 150 or 200 miles, bringing in coarse  gold from new strikes in that country. Almost all  this region remains to be prospected, and in fact  little is known of the country's resources except  along a comparatively narrow strip close to the shore  line.      The possibilities for this district are great.  Mr. McMillan has some valuable claims in the;  Nome country and intends returning op,the first  boat in the spring. He will spend the winter with  the old folks back in Glengarry ���Payxtreak.  Mr, Duncan McLean and Miss Florence Ethel  Gardner, both of Aiusworth, were yesterday married  at the residence of Mr. T. C. Gray, Silica Street, Rev.  Robert Frew being the officiating clergymau.  11 iinf iiwiiiiiiiiMi��wiiiiiiiniiiiTiiriiii^wimiiiiTi,ii'"Tn"'if" i"Vf i ���������������-^������������****����'**^^*' "��� ������' *������ ���������nrmnwiJM^���jm��-i    i ***t*mmum*mmmmt*a*��*\mnmmmmupwwww^���i  m^m^^^mmmm^^^^^  v      'it  i    i--  ". ��� ���?  ���, t j  '' m  ��� ��� St."  ?-%3  U  t  You want the  ��� +:  LATEST STYLE. TUT BEST GOODS IH WORKMANSHIP  ��� ttix <���.*����  *   ��  ��4��.    *%  U*UI    ^t?lr    tt��W  Opposite Queen's Hot  *Aisn�� ��� >Jbi'��'. A" ��������-���&��-. V�� i-.iV-���..li.f.p>���>-���.: t '��� #���  ] In ^TFl7ri?lFfa!&&F5^Wi  jteSsittdRi m  10  .'��� /I  tt��-;  Mb::  mm  mm  m  TCy]r$V  nfi  m  IF  II  ,"' '�� mmmmmm  IT was in the month of February - February  being  a summer month with   us in   Tasmania���that  a  party oi us made a prospecting voyage out of Port  Davey  up the  northwest   coast   in a large   sailboat  Our purpose was to  prospect gold and silver   in the  hold  cliffs and   headlands.      We   h;ul   with   us   Mr  Thomas    Pbilbrook,     an  Auckland  engineer,   Mr,  Hrice Devoe of Adelaide,   and Mr-   Spencer Cat heart  of Hobart.  On the morning of February 24th we sailed round  the bold promontary to the north of Mainwariug  Cove, and had just entered the channel by Pvramid  Rock, when Mr. Devoe,' who was examining the  coast line through a marine glnss, called out that  there was a dead whale lying on the sand along the  base of the shore crates  11 It's a big whale, too!** he added. M And  the birds ! Their are hundreds of them feeding  there���yes, thousands of them I The c.'irc.tss i* alive  with them !"  The boat's course was accordingly laid inshore  As shallows prevented our running in very close,  the anchor was dropped at a distance of about five  hundred yards from the beach ; md we then got  into our small boat, which, as a matter of precaution,  had been towed astern. Aboard th- sailboat we lsr*t  our old skipper and his man.  As we rowed in to the beach we saw that there  were skulking alone it three or four of those large  yellow, black-banded wolves, sometimes called  Tasmanian tigars, and we saw two smaller black and  white wildcats The whale lay just awash in the  gentle surf. A cloud of gulls and other sea-birds  were hovering over the place, but not feeding, although evidently very hungry and in consent motion.  Perched on the carcass were seventy five or a bun*  dred larger birds, which we thought were eagles  Such an assemblage of eagles none of the party  had ever seen or heard of before. Their ftries, we  conjectured, were on the high cliffs a little back from  the shore. There must have been a great many more  eagles in the locality, for numbers of them were coming and going They were -.monarch* of.the feast,  too ; for the striped '"tigers" stood at a-distance, or  approached very stealthily for a share of the blubber,  Nine-tenths of the gropp were white-beaded eagles,  large, strong and fierce ^v  1  We lauded filly or sixty yards from the whale .m  Devoe,   with  the fotirling-ptcct in  his hands stoi!  forward in the   hope of getting a shot at one WZ  striped wolves.     They all  made off,  however  be  fore he could come near enough to injure them with  buckshot.     He  fired at   one of the Mack and white  cats ;   and with the report and the squallingsoftbe I  wounded beast, the eagles rose   with a mighty flap I  ping of their wings and a chorus of hoarse screams I  In  these solitudes   they  had   perhaps never before ���  heard the  sound of firearms,    Gaining',t height of *'  few   hundred  feet,   numbers of them sailed round  observing our movements,   while others made off to  the crags.      We bad   not, the least .notionthat they  were likelv to attack us*  After looking at  the Whale a  feu* tuimites. Devoe  pulled   back to   the sailboat   for an   axe md two  butcher-knives.      We meant to lash these to a couple  of strong sttcK* and cut with them into the carcass in  a search for ambergris*     Philbrook, Cat heart and I  remained   on the   beach* awaiting   his return and  speculating idly as to the weight of the vast creature  that now lay dead before  us,      We gave little more  attention to the eagles until one swooned   down, w\  with a harsh* whistling' scream,   passed so near th*  hend of the Auckland engineer as to brush offhis hat.  It wheeled up'alofb but immediately  dived past mir  heads again.'    It* *iggrea$ive screech appeared to act  as a summons  to the others;   for another swooped,  repeating the scream.   ��� v Look' here,  wrx, this is  getting interesting V*   exclaimed Cat heart  Devoe h:��d ln!d the gun dmvu .icro��s   ��  I ran to get it, and facing nnuul   took aim at one oi  the e.igies in the air, btit'mi**ed  mv shot.     By this  time   Philbrook and   Cat heart,    fighting  with'both  hands, were running backward toward me.   Katies*  than n dozen eagle* were now swooping down.   One  would   no  sooner   bru*h    past   than another w��  decending like a dart.      And now,  excited by the,  screams of their  fellow*, a  cloud of eagles were oh  wing from the cliffs*  Devoe had the earirMi^Mf-^ "|c *u��'  and succeeded in gtvlf^ ims*  hard blow ;   anoihervearr^ hat- b?  ,   *  and a good deal of life^iliW^^111* **m? ,ln|. ^  Cathcart wa* kiwim^%ffl^mA ����"y wmaw  bv another eagle, wfaicEI�� im  SHAMROCK MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Nelnon Mining' Division or  West Kootenay .District. Where looaled���  On East Slope of Mourning Mountain,- near  Give-Out Creek;  Take notice thai I, J. 11, Bowe*. mn axmit  forth'* Hall Mlnw, Limited (Foreign). Free  Miner h Certificate No. :t'l6,W5, Intent!. ��lxty  day�� from the dai ��� hereof, to apply u>  the Mining IU* coder for a CcrtlftoaU; of l:n-  provements, for !he purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the aboveclaim.  And further take notice-? that action. under  section ,87, must   be ��� commenced  before Hie'  Usuanee of such Certificate of Improvement*.  Dated this 2.5th day of October, IfKK)  J. H. H0WE8.  ��f����HW��**w��**ll.i|i��t^v,>M(aVM,;  KMrr^funtinQifu  K��,'.ii|fcrtv*9'liWM!.'W,4 r-i  wwwwnnimiiiimi in |'1"-1^" ���-���' n fi'ir "r"nTinnrTnm':"r"-rri'-~' "- ���-���-���'���  THOftftE MINERAL CLAIM,  :��So8ittS.ot-:iiVii��iiiAt cum-  m   the  N't'ltfiti   Minim  Kootenay Dl*tr|ef.  K *"*"?"��>' oi��tr|rr.   Where located- ,  Olv* umo   ^ ��f Mor������"K>��������ni��ltt..n��irf  ��������  Hall   Ml tie*.   I.tmir^l     (j^r^^    Kf ^ 1  1CW ,,lv;^tofi or;Mt(uftt��*inUM-,Vvi��oti  >\ he  KMtUnmy DUtrlct.   "����v���� ���.������- ,,1.,-jhu  AintuR of Morning 3l��uinfaiM.n��ar Oh^"  Mining Wvl*lou of WW  WlH>nOm'aaHj7^|  Minora CcrtUlcMc  dftyn from  >rc��!i:n),  intend.  N���k��� tmMr *ntcn(I, ��i,\ty  the date hereof, to -apply to lh#  Mining fir-cordcr for �� Cerllffrnp  fnc*ht��, for the purrxhiti of oht  Orant of the abov��* claim.  And fi��rth��*r Jake notice that Action, und��*r  section #7, mtixi  he commenced hefor*' the  iHi*uau��XM>fKuch (VjrtlficJttc of JrnprovwrKmkK*  Dated U��Im Z~>\ h day of October, JwO,  Trtlo- nope** that I, J~ II   K<>n% ��**f nl��T  iitv  Mltipr'HOTintcttttt No. iwtm\ lut*.n(,'*,?S.  THISTLE 8SIKERAL CLAIM.  SituateJn the Nel8oT~Miniul,   J>ivi8l<ih ' or  WestKooUinay District.    Wlu-ri I >r iU  Miner's Certlncate No b% (m i & 're('  days irom the datc^Ioreo, to inniv *f8,?,ty  Mining Recorder for cmmX J- Ef \y' t0 llU;  fiienfe;for the purpose of' ob^iUni a r,��^ve'  Omnt^rtheaboyeclaItn   iOLaiMlnK * brown  J. II. liOWJ-B.  NATIONAL E&f ��L����3 SSI^g^AL CUl'M.  Hull   >i!uw*��  tiny* fr��mi tfm dof���� hcrouf, i�� ��PI2Vr��ifrovc-  of Ititpmv^   Mliilirg l?t:H?ord<jr for n Ifcrtlfltnw of.inipro   ���  'iiftl��>f.ft. Crown j m^nr^f tor ;he'|iurfK>Wi ofotHfltntng ��v,u  ! Grant of thVtftoovc claim..-' . .    f rfer  And Airtli��rtake iioil��> 'H��n ^V^fnro il��f  action 37,��� mu��iMjfc' communed ^L^.  f>iit*Kl this ^Ui-.day .of October. Jw/AurKS  J. H. h0^l"_  J. H. B0WE8.  Creek     Morn,n8 M��"��t��iii; near Olv��K>ut  Take notice that I, .T. II. tUmm, ��* Htrerit for  the I-1ji.I1 Mine*. ' Limited (Fori^n) Fr^e  Mlnor'K CortlflcaUi  No. mm. Intmul n x^  \f'S?nrT   Ul? d?to ^��rW'r, to "apply'Jlthi:  Mining Recorder for aCertlrtcaUi of lmr>rrw *  nentH, for the purpose of ��blAlnln�� a I romi  (iran t of the above claim, v       "  -��# i  *6  ftw :6rcat Mining Journal <>[  .|>��g����,"wltti"Heavy Cover h*cO ^  ^lioi, i   m,S.kV not,ce thftl ftc����n. under  Lotion 37   nnmt be  commenced before? Mid  iHKuaiuwsof Htieh Ccrtlficalo of imnrov��mi����i��  Dated thlK 25th day of Octoti"!lSS> ^  j. lino WES.  Mlnlog-Jourii��n>��^e-  Paoiflc 'Cofl��t;.  Bubtfcrlptl mn $'2 a Ye��rv  HlfUrloCopl��i5 0ciitfl.  Bond for  .?*  V>&!  nAfJfeiiStv:fx)ii An��ffllfw,�� ('ftl'  lWfiiN��r<mdWftyT^>��  1    W   !���  ���!  T*     ������ ������ r   -���*��� "-t��  *"n��WIT^1��"{irw.��-w-M,  l-j.;iwiTpi(\-'-^>r*-vpnrr^ vr  pwaBW-r ���*" .a   ,1   \.%
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bind- for-"
aivj!]g at .lis -Irom
hut embrassed us most was their trick of
iu  front and  behind at the  same
fflphiibrook took a diift-log, and holding it above
h'• bead, 'sheltered himself from the diving birds,
^iiiv^hiie wr- -hailed the boat vigorously. -' The
scrams:.of' the excited eagles nearly drowned our
voices, however^; and the rushing noise made by
(}ieir vvinijs w.is^tj bewildering that we were not a
little u'.ise 'Cat he rt threw himself on his back,
'jiid-raisinc■ hYs ieet, left" the boots bear the brunt of
the attack Bv this tune bis face and hands were
paiiii'iiilv turn,;'. I —till -»wung the gun butt, and contrived "■iVrujiUct ">»me little injury on our winged
assailants'.' but- w;i^ constantly buffeted and received
a"niniilH*r.''»i ngly^ratches
. { think ..;hat ar.'lc isl   seventy eagles were   about us
bv this lime. .with   reeuforeements   arriving  every
moaient/.'■ A11* 1 ,rs the  conflict    proceeded, they   ap-
.(jeared tn v rr.isn , inore wildly  mul Itecome more in-
Dcjvnr' uk! the skipper put in t*» oar assistance,
U)ik&, .iMii-ruu-tupted to Wat off the eagles with
tsieir:tMis,.i:H] aa ax. They succeeded in killing t t«t
and diver;in- the attack from its a little. The
skipper >v;s< imnrcdlately downed, however, and re*
ttived' an m; I v talon wound on the neck. He
crart'l^i'lK.'i.ind.ij.ie Uui. -and then shouted to the rest
■of us io .isssM. him to dia'w it out of the water and
mrait.nvcr,;as a protection CutliCart, Devue and I
making -a rush-/ accomplished the manoeuvre without'
■much damage.. • " ,
Philbrook  held to his upreared loiy  lor a time, but
the eagles so .beset him   that he  soon dropped it and
■r;ii?to'oar'shelter.     All five of us were now   under -
the boat, and  the    exultant  eagles  circled   round,
screaming in triumph. We heartly wished ourselves on board the sailboat ; our one man in it
could afford us no assistance. If we had been provided with sharp lances, I dare say we might have
beaten the birds off.
Devoe had six or seven cartridges' left, and loading under cover of the boat, he crept out and fired at
the eagles. At last he killed one and crippled two
others ; but instead of abandoning the fight after
these casualties, the aerial warriors gathered only the
more fiercely, screaming defiance. Then for a time
we lay quiet, and bound up our scratches. All five
of us were torn painfully. We were by no means
anxious to renew the fray.
Gradually the warlike birds made off to alight on
the cliffs, or return to their repast on the whale; and
after being cooped up under the boat for nearly an
hour, we seized a chance to leap out, shove it off
from the beach and row hastly out to the sailboat.
A dozen eagles rose and came screaming after us,
, but they "did   not renew the attack in force.
That evening we landed andcut open the whale—
a  disagreeable  task for   which we were poorly   requited ; for, in the language of the fable of the woman
and her hen, we founded only what is accustomed to
Ik: found iu all whales.
VENTILATING MINES.
W\ K, Mead, of Ward, Cob, says that it is simply
a ma aer of timljering to have good air in the breast
of any tunnel or in the bottom of any shaft, as well as
thffntgh every drift and slope in any mine It will
cost a little more, but not nearly as much as will be
gained by the extra work obtained from men. working n g>oi clean air instead of air charged with
powder fumes     Motion iu air is caused by difference
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DRESS GOODS. MILLINERY, CARPETS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
ladies' Department
N^'m!   ><5r.  o| ..Ladies'   and
Llti:«iir:j s \v,i.'d vests, draw-
WOl>l
t-T-, :»■.. >\ ,■.. qVbnHHion suits,
!ia!|!'»■••*• tie' 'ntvjhl . theses,'
<h'-ou;?> and sk irts
i(|h^   H iMiicieUcv .cMSltuieie,
aip.u-.,
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''"■el blouse waists
h'ldu-N" ni xii |,.s     ;.|.iU....^   ..M,i
t4& Mills   from   Ik-si
111''Cf'^   it   exceedingly low
""!!!'^     :' -biv ■ made     .Itess
SK,Ms   "■•"! S; each up.
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Millinery Department
We are now showing the bad-
a nee of our imported pattern
11 a t s a r cost p r ices ; a 1 so a
large stock, of ladies' ready*
t«* wear hats at   low   prices.
Men's Department
We are offering  men's fleece-
lined underwear, in sizes 34
to 44, from 65c each \}p.
Men* s Cart right   & Warner's
-.national wool and cashmere
shirts   and   drawers,.. Trorn
Si. 50 each up
Men's flannel. cotton   flannelette, cashmere and'silk night
shirts      Men's   pajamas   in
all   weights      Black   cash
m ere so x 2 5 cen t s per. pa i r ■;.
Latest novelties in   neckwear,
collars, cuffs regatta  negligee and flannel shirts.
House Furnishing
Department
White lace curtains, from 75
cents per pair ; chenile and
tapestry portiers, from $3.50
per pair ; ehenile and tapestry table covers from 75c.
Tapestry carpets from 45c per
yard up; Brussel carpets
from $ 1'per yard up: Wiltons from $1.25 per yard
up ; Axminsters from $1.25
'..per"yard up.
Floor oilcloth, from 35 cents
per yard up.
White bed spreads in all qualities ; Wool Comfortables
from $1.25 up; Wool blankets (grey) from $2.50 up ;
Wool blankets (white) from
-. $3,50 up./:y-
All Carpets Sewn ar.'d Laid
Free of Charge.
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m >* Sots  12  IHH Nhl.SO.N ECONOMIST  *���'������*������/  '::'T.'.  ,;.*������  rv��ri-.:  5:��  it?:  ���!������  :i":  717  If:  ;'.tf.:  m  i^>:  fc|77  UP  &������ ���  W  M  $fy:  in pressure, aud this can be  obtained bv heat   or by  arttSca! means.      Box up the skip   or cage wmv and  the travel of the skip or cage will clear   the bottom of  the shaft, acting like the sucker in a pump.      If one  has   a   tunnel of any  considerable -length,   make   it  double track and partition between the tracks ;   run  the cars  up   one side aud down   the other and   have  clear air  at the   breast.      If a fan   is   used,   have   *  suction tan, it will   draw out   the gases,      A   blower  only mixes these gases up, it does not   remove them.  If the air hangs dead in the bottom of the shaft, hang  a fire pot in the air shaft and the trouble is   instantly  removed.     The  difference   in   work   obtained from  working in clear air over air that is foul is frequently*  50 per   cent., while it is   merely a matter of   lumber  partitions and bulkheads 10 ventilate everv   oart of ,i  mine. '  *.��K��svA*3r. 'ninmiwmrtu  1 - ��� ** wi wiiti Vf .*��  CAUTION.  Two women wearing the grab of nuns crftae in or  Saturday's train, says the Greenwood 7W<-> and im<  mediately began soliciting subscriptions for one ��*  the charitable institutions that are being maintained  under the care of the church. Unfortunately lor  them, the priest from East Kootenay was in the   city  IRISH WIT,  ne d*y Lord Morris was sitting ii{ iht Fl)lir  courts a* Lord Chief JmiIcc of Ireland, when  vouutr barrister from the north rose nervmulv to  make his first mutton. The judge bad dechred ihit  no one listening to him witiM ever take him for aw  thing but an Irishman, which was jierfectly correct  But   Oalwtiv could   not   understand  Antrim    The  w*v.r^v7^*HVv'>7^'.V-iKl1.^^  i-'������*���%* b?\ W'iMH^t ��*laM;��hB,e��i  !tt.'iirUUh(^*tititiiiiif for lunilitftfit  ii.W^ifut**>f canvasu;m^  ��HEG. MADSON.Prop'  Baker St.. Nelson  ���i***��n...ruMrv*<*A.I���-  EXCHEQUER GOLD MINING COMPANY.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  V-OTirrK IS 1IK<KBY CII VKN tl.atii K|��.,-b.i  il    mwiliuroMlic Kirhef|iier (fold MliUint  {oinpanv.Ll,���lt��cl L-HhliSi.v. *UI  be  held m  tlie bead  o/Iit-u of  Uim  Company on   linker  be J7th day of November, A. I> liW tuilV  hour of &.*W o'clock In ttio aVlorio.����. for .'.  Purpose of considering anil,'If tWirml ml.  vl��A��>le, !K��ssin��areKolntion auihorlzlmr lb..-  S"11?"? l? ^P<**<* "���� wliolouf ||N ,,ro|; !  at1!* iHitprnyUl^ of wrcVoi. WO  'O of Hi** "( uiiipantoH AHf IHil "  Jr.lAd/5.S^U��a* !'' C" U,l?i ?",ih <lay ��"**'" ��  R. 8- UCNXIK, H*tcreuiry.    J  Ifr> *t jnuj  Vn on Mr  lit lht�� r|* v  i Ai5o/l ��� LKO      MJr PLltS   *�� Carry in  Stock # Fall Line of  I < A����*ycrs* and Chemi&U'Supplics  ! a. c agents ran  0 ENIIER FIRE CUT CO.       WM. IINSWORTH * SODS  F. W. BRAUN t CO.  BRUNTON POCKET TRANSITS ONLY S  W. F. TICTZfl & CO., NftSON, B. C  yyHEN you buy  O'Kell & Morris*  PATENAUDE B  IERS AND OPTICIANS  Wl|��*llWlkt|!����l   Itt'Nttl  lh'ttIi!T.*in  FINE WATCHES  SPECIALTY  LSON.  you   m.'t  mm Ida.  inoiK'v is  wlmt   are pure  Uric I* h  n,.'  nnt   :iMd   suWir,   -uu|   voiir  U-II. at horrid.  LL & MORRIS'  absolutely ���he  EST  C$BTIFICATE:of IMPftOVCMCIITS.  I Central nrul Oeriinil Fnu-Llmml Minora  ! <MiJniH, Mt.ui��i��j In Hm> N*rrl��on Mining l>lvIiifo  i of Wf'Ht Kno{i��nay DUirirt.  "H*��d folni unci "luvlnelbh;" Mlrx*r��l  ('Ihiiiih.  Take i.otlcc tbnt I. John MelMUiMe,*l\ ttM.<  of the City of Neluon, jwtUiik n�� ftg^nt for  c,Jtl/��-l��,,nH��.n,v.l'rco   Mi^er"�� Ortincat*   No.  (.Tcrtlll^U, No; U 27fl0��, Intfljid'al/iy c1��v!  from Ui�� cltttc hereof, U�� apply lo-tb��. Mln-  h��jf Itocordcr for vAirliftcnUm of .iripr'*Vc-  inonty, for the purpoMor obUilhlng Orown  OranUoj tbo abov(* clft>m��.  And lurtbnr UUe nbtlccj that action, under  Ke<;fnm W, irniHf, be cofrtmiMiccd br'forc* ib#  l8Kiutnc�� of sucb <x*rtl fiaito of I rnprov^monm  Ibit^d-thlH 2T>th day of ttffpb'mbor, J00O.  JOHN MofiATOIirE,  . ,��*.-  Camps supplied on shortest ������  notice aud lowest prices.       an  M#U orders receive carewiBB  at tent toil.  g    but  ti-esli a��d^  w'holesoEie��� iiieatsrau4 ��upp '��� Q^  kept in stock.  i1  Itrzrri -r^��-r"�����-**���  r~JtpTJ-^i~.  ���:r"  U  IT THE NELSON ECONOMIST  iCliiei Justice leaned over to ask the associate  ihc re this .barrister hailed from.  "���Comitv Antrim," was the response.  Then asked bin lordship of the official : ������ Did ye  f'vercbnie across sich a frightful  accint  it the course  At anothertithe it fell to his lot to hear a case at  !CoieraiVc'/i��v which  <*aM����es were claimed from a  ketcrhiayy ^  ^horse ' The "tone deluded:;tf^  Iiiiiini)cr ��� .of grains ofjV-purtieulardru^  !:.jn,inisleredio Hic.iiuimal-..:,;;^  proved that he 'had often giveu^sgl^  ;frora which ' it  ua* to be.-inferred77that.-:twelve::forV^i:;  horfe was., iVf excessive, ^\...,v-;    ;7>.':."/-^  ' ;,i-Never mind yer' eight y ;grainii^^^  ;;m|ge     \VV ali'knoiv thttty^bineyj^^  lativeiueilect.   ;md ye ,ni;if/-ga:io^  with imjiiui-ity .   Ihu   ud!   :ine;ytjiirf|;Tlie^,^elye/-:  grains -wotildjrt   they 'kill;:::the:::devif^  swallowed' ilmn ?l\    .7 .��� -r^^y^  7 The ��lrKMor wavutVtjoyed.��y*dt^  ���M'don'j  .know-. . in v-lord. ;.';,^  'patient.7 -."  From the'' l.*uehy <:ame::ytiie:  ducther, ye mvtr had.^A-lii^re^'  'bhovVstill ;iloivc,"*7'        '���'���:'/.:/y:'":������.  is recommended as a corrective. It should be used  right along. A good .antidote for lead poisoning is  dilute sulphuric acid. A drop in a glass of water  should afford relief. The ordinary case of lead  poisoning is inhalation of the oxide of lead, and the  sulphuric acid in the water drank immediately converts it into sulphate of lead that passes out of the  system,  ^nsWer^  ���:*'��.:  :f  "Old-:  Missouri lie had ^colored hostler  w  jmuchih awe M his employ^  tKat be was tindiilyapologetic about trifles ;bu  uig:ht/when the Governor's fa  old negro   wa$ iii a dire dilem  parentlywas beyond the   mah*s p  He ^ahd^r^ aimlessly  long tithe, fearing to break  Pindlyhe muster  several tim^  "$^  ;oC:yy^  ':.'Q.ovirrj^  Mafce*^  :tHefhegra'sai0^  f|f!f��  .Bftf  mm  .'1 .V>u.,'^'<  ������wS.K-i(i;('  .K%"'f-''\fixi-  k'  1ft  IV..^...V.,^|^  a  : ������'>��,?.-.--..;v .0:.'>-i'-''7v:'7;;-:--i7'':i:'.'';';?^^^;w^?i'5?K  fe?'yS  *T*J  ?*��  To  men   working   w  "leaded," whether in niinij; or I  *r-  :*���  evywatef:  W^7.'A.*^^^^  IAL BOARD OF HEALTH.  British Columbia.  .-'V;'  I^ierdeafhf^  o^n^roingf;W  717SV7.;''^;ly^SvSS7'^j|��;^  ...:.,,,,.-,J1,.-;,,y-^..,.,L.v.L-...^-^  ctnTiriCATi or mpnovtutms.  .f^<&mf&v-:<Mii:.Mlb^  1 Nelson Mining'Division^  i: District*^ ;^;;:'^^  ;Wb<^lf io^tetf^ '  :W;t  .    .���     uuntaimvw-:*^^  "Tftko.:#6U��#;ibto^^  '-; A��rAn *- trtv���:'-;'' "��� *<:;;'"7-";7-���'^ ?��� ?v"iKf'7T:-: "  ��'V^l^>*W'��-^f��lWtt*i����>f'MJMiVirfu��hv^^iWwMi., ���   f..  V��nc*wver ind Ntbeit  *��lul��t��on�� for the  Detection  and  Tr*��t-J  wtnt of  a   Oiic*����   Known   �����   t|ufc*ftlc *  ^proved   by    Ord��r    of    Nil    Me��OMf    tb��  ."��uten��nt..Co����r-nor   In   Council,   0��<��d f  th��6th Day of SepHmb��ry ifcO��. I  ,1-. -.-'���.'   ���.'*  :|. l^i&ttyjloic^.  lof'tbe^'Cii^  Jamljs McXeod Can^  , cate W07B'J-MM; iimMi *li^ days Worn tbe  �����:-:-jV^:^'--,^  ::7-7':'-:7:;;i7-^7^::. V  vir to ���! a ''; st^' iiWii'ri^  I ��bunce of such Ceriiflcfite of Improvemebts:  I    Bated tbls I��tdayofNevcnil>er, m\0*      777  ���Wy:^tfGK$ ���.McLATCHlEv-7::.  ���;7?'S  ���.���ji-i^-a ^.i',. >;':iv*rjvrta,W*a-'W*  ;4M'OlA. A^J|wjH-��M-J|*>^fc***^^.-^��tiy>'JjJ��i.^f*"*��^ti��iy�� i<nmw H".'  ib.-if iiiiii>^ to tb��i.Uijuiib:!-  ���4��t.��.iaa-^- .,���  !,,|!it,oi- rroidit,, .  . ?':<(  1 ii->nr\ tiu'-ib-osb Ofrtwr^r'J  ������ l^vui li^inl ,oir H��^altii Ml  ���>"���  if b�� fin oiu!vtn#"��ti*t.rldLi  !- =\ a* a j tfttMi 'im'- tmiittm^/k  "i.oiMubi >��b��n* ib��?'tsiust**' ��*f f  ������ ������"luiuion or ib��^. .K^oul*:?-  ��>����*iv 01 Ui��* ��Ock. )H��r&m*tt!}ci<1  *'s- On*  Hvmltb ortl^rj  iil   U����*rd i��f If^Oth. Of I  "f -l:i|:un.'>���� Hi').-!  ^ t��'��vrhum'a  Chairm.vti ��.r m  ^W'Tiajii'ni  \v  ^iltt^ilifflS  ., '-^�� ��{MW*��M<Ft.  t'f.  ���'yyyyy^iMj&m&nMn&M  VAWStON'ES DRUG  (��iii��vr>h 11���,,"!,,,,V,ill,M(1'��,�� sh��* Medial ilc^Hb  perwm  <>n u ^ ' "lu,'s" ''*' .fuj^tn^% by��� Jb^?  'Hirml i.ri.i. , .I'f'in;^**  Mich  diwith   o*s  ,W\!|r|h'lr>1'?'':,,',',inJ,!V ,,r l.^^nn  buVln^t  Hraiu-oni' ,   ^"t'-ipi'iini^.: thr ->f^ctient  "flli"'l^-a! li,,.,,..,  ���; ,',  !S!'VUHU ��^ Hrrrrrnry  *iiiiiiisiMi(lll;   V'' "'"Oib muM inv nottrted  bine <iu!ri,-; i, M"    ,,,,,lth : f,1,tlil�� *>��t>-  .Pr,,v>��>n��l con's-' I", ,,;,v',r������HMii. AmiH or'  ,niw-Hvvlw,urv ff ,,uM b" <����nib*d whii-.'  '"'���r'��i"*Mi>i,v '     ! |,,u"'1 't'-'tb. or im*' ��*(K��b'  of dt-uil* imiKi i,     ' ' r( Vl',|,u^ li* l'�� U����' OOlKr  In "  II  ,-ll,;"ll7,",.vhn���  uiy   pnivlMtoti- of  ctirririCATi or iiifiiO��iiie��T8;  I   AtllnMinieral dlikim,8i^ateiii tbe Nelsoir  I Mining Division of West Kootenay District7  f    Wbere I*ocatM:  Ontiie  dtvldti  between  Beitr and Wild Horse Creeks, &ne-ft>urtb of a  ! mile northwest of tbc Parker mineral claiiii^  TafeenoUce that I, John McLatcbie, ?.!>.��..  of th<3 City of Nelson, acting as agent far  TlioinaB wO' Briehi Free Miners Gertiflcat*  No. B$��Mi* John Hvan7^n?e Miner's Certifi-  , cate  No. RMM��, ^Villlam M. 06fl^y^7Free  I -'Miner's Certificate No, B 37,aiS, and PatH<ik  Daiv, Free Miner's Certificate No.>B.,!&t5Bb,t  I intend, sixty days from the date hereof, toap-  ply to tlie Mi��lriff Recorder for-. aOorUlicate of  'liiiprd'vc.merit��; lor the purposeof obtainInjj  a CrowivGrantOf the above claim.  &nd ftirtber take .ndtico that action, under  section #7; inuBt, be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvement*  Dated this 6th day >f September, 1900^  John McLatchie.  m  %m  SWf  X&SBSSb  li:u'ri,M"*MM, ,     H 'teaiiK ora�� *u>on  ���>f <l*-uiii imiKi i, ' ' r( vl,,|,,0H li* l'�� U����' catwe  l!,M',"����:Hll!i,s',,��v:ni,,fn,y ,,u' H*tUili OiWoer  1,,H!"v<-rpiM, ,\ ! ,,,0��*����ylnudlHtr��ei*tbv  iU>)r!^lnhv him    'nl ��r som'' i^rwrn duly  Ge ��11 em e ������f * W b e' S m i ts:  ei  Xmperlarand -BcUpse'- Mineral Claims, situate In the Kelson" Mining''Division-, of-East  'Kootenay District. _ ��� ..   ���  ] Where loeated: On-Fern Mountain, abou  one .nilio���southwest of  the   Fern   minera  C rake wotlee that I, John MeLaiehie, l\LJ$;  r "SLn a**'  {���ir��-��/j *'���>������  S^':��5  th.Wl,7i;i,'r:"n ^"I'Ml....  ^:,,v��"ti��'i,M\!!i!!,L,^.!!?!\!!-:! v^��mn,i  (or ''V(-]-\  Din  e  life  /> i?  t**-  "'^''���"'".lorV'v'' I.,'",nr<; a'��yiwo .ruHtlee* of I  ,'Xtt^lnLM���.!...V..,^.MV-,V:����Mi��v.t��aniidnot^  "lit (  Utl!  Hit Hit I  "Nlst  ;;U-(||)U)(11! i; ^.nmriii.wub or wlUi* I  '"���'������"���toi..,!hi ,"!IS) I",11 ��^<^dl*^'Milt 1  'i:r,,,l'��n,,r,  ,      "'V1 '/"^rtsoniimiu, In j  ',.,' ' '"V��'vSctinKM\mrt.  S,'��'^ar    IV  ;KNJ  .^MN.MvD...   !  ���ft��ii<i*fl:r' <>^  "'till-  11, H, (  ���'��� l)- I'KKNTK'K.  M t'l'ovluclul H<vivtury,  s'-lM*-inb��>rKtb, HW��.  iiidudlnff Vociil ^!?h^^hyfeV Tuition  krtioitlaUon   and    OeKture.     ��rbu   luitioii  I  ArtUmla  Free.  Miner's Certificate No BS6,tSJ7^nd Job si A.  rowan     Free   Miner's  Certitieate No.  2W  of obtaining  "'���ilnis. .        ���'��.���'  v,\mtft��rtber take notice that action, under  Vetlon JJ7.-miist be���.commenced, before  tbe  Issuance of such Ctertlflcato of Improvement.  Dated tbls4tli day of SeptemtoeM**.  mm  11��/ m   it,,.   ��� ,-l�� . 'I.  p��-    r*- ���* ������'^:-'vS'!'!sf  'W  14  THE NELSON H^dNt)MlST  was attacked with that  illuesi which evoked would-  vide sympathy for him, the  services of Sir 'Witlia'm  Jeiiner were, for 'some;reason. not available,   aud Dr.  Gullr then on the rising wave of his gre^t   iininetii:ey  ^7^  what concerned to find a^^m  who was a stranger to himy    He proceeded to put ^  Gull a host of questions with regard to the illustrious  patient, his^^^  .>,oyeryV,'-;l}t  derous manner/vvhich those who kue\vhim well  *i\\ reme * bef; walked over to a writing table, drew  m sheet of paper to ward hi in and procerded to inscribe  m his remarkable caligraphy ���\vhich was, like his  manner, somewhat ponderous- certain ivordsii-" He  then handed the paper solemnly to they>ai;or oriuo\  who read the familiar warning; ,rVotr ire requested  uot to spe^k to the matvatthe woeel.14  m  ���.:������ ";RV/c<a  ..������.�����i.afll  ym  .e- it'  rn at  ... .........;M>^"-5*a"'Diciy::"c"��:=r  nmmy^  "��� upon ;tiuK::^or:k:7i^^  y- The,jVierKl5;;of^  ^ays-tlie-New; Y6rk; ^^,*;^a  :h6pe^that3he:;is'i?ti^  of yJiis'comp:uriot^;:; proclaimed  chat.ices"of>^  ;or: the   vvorld believed   hirjny t *. b::v:.i'>st '���'������'.Tie :A.relic  ,?;x-ped|uons-wlifc  quested  to be  on   the .liievr.'to ���Cresc'it** ' AndreA   th*:  which,-, e-<cape/':wn5:'dieirult, .and; was:'")iving,-' Esqui*  juaux ftshyon,.. with: his .living: comrades;,:'; YWvear''  tt'v*vevrff^  ex-'  ;y: P^tiohs^^^  mighty  It will be years teftin�� vllie lu��,le iff��***<*!  some record ;$*�� mmM that ��if i&SI?^**  ���u.kI. !��e wist a lilt  ��;tWtt time of jiis  ::- ;maiiti-'j$"; M.ifietfuugcyt  '**l��f#n^ m  ^e-'t'O:^  *:y:'*^  ......      ,.    . .   ;....���3%*l��!^  ���:��^^.Sed.^  yhste.rieflyto:y\V.lrfr.^  i ?:;y^?^l^;W^  .-��.. my'*ss7-a.U��m  i*Ut$rh^<^i^^  're^os:;^ """  '*'  '  yibis ���".rei^iv  H^r;i-fHrstv7;':.;;-;;:-:-  �����M>IM>'l<N��i��NMk<ftMt>MM  canadian  Pacific  "���"-W^^^M^^^ijfc^^,,^,^^^^^  p^-^%^i&-%-^u4^  AND  S00 LINE  FIRST-CLASS SLEEPEH6  (in AH i'nutt* {><nn  wHotcsAic and mriw  HEAD OFFICE:.    NELSON, ��...'C;.  TOURIST    CAR s|f  Pisv.ixg������.Dupm..o   Junction   Dally  for "Hi �� f  Run. ^ifurdays   Tor  Montreal and   Ho*tVu I ���*% %%%%,  <;*h.(!,!>.sand *lij;w;L.y*  f>��r Toronto I  .sain^.i4r<��m��K i<..-v.'��mr>lc,.M.fj.-  duv Varrl.-r I " -���u ���'���-���:  KOS$IA��0  sunoo��  :    ���-M��CWtS;Ar.  ���Tiiit- ���  yTM��tr F0**S  wttaow  lisi^  SLOCa��'CITft  01 NT  For yoi.r K*.*i*-/u :, ip  mm (i  ^tAjo yA CIS^JM PKlilC  TRAINS AND STEAMERS  js;��?jnner fur   K.M��|j..s���.y   I^u/Mlh,-.  i>Air,y     | Nest rouu;. ' r nl K  02  ^ ^Tr*r   ( r,Tr&ln for lt��>KMjand. Grand Fork.  .   8UN. i Greenwof>dr Midway, etc      rons~  .��K  strN.iiuinbs.a ndSandon.       y' Bk>Ca *  16.00  SX.SUN  -Doors, S'shes and Turned Work  Vaclccts anil Office Fittings^^-  ; :  f'V  M  Li8l*'a,,lrrfor Kahl" ��"d   luu'ime  . S diate polnte. w'"'e"  l��.40     ^,/,',"a1,M ,fl,r    ��������*��Iund,    ,\uku��t��  daily    (^fe^-. .Muina.|,|,,V  ��nd   F��:  ������.-Fjor.Ume.Ublos. rates una iun  j.in.|.fn, i       '  ^U on oraddreM�� .,K.ar��?st IocIfl�����;Vi,  J"       n !  H." Wi Db^v, Deriot Agent. / v , j  H. L. iJnoiVK, City. Agent,   | N��ti��ou, B.C. (  To Buy  Your  Tm?. Pam A#en.t,  Kelion, B.C.  t. j.  A.G. P. Afirent,  MANAGER FORE. SKINNER,  *   Announces Lar^e -.Importations of  Scotch and   Irish SERGES, TWEEDS. WORSTED  TROUSERINGS.  A HD  9  :::��!.  s;; '7)1 ;��� >-%$i'  it >v.". vkH
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