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Pally Edition No. 654.
Nhlson.  British Columbia, Saturday,  February 17,  1900.
Tenth Year
GEN. FRENG.! flfl-
RELIEVED KliVl__RLy
-_j .2\-tr!'- -a-wi'-r
News from South Africa Received
by the War Department
Yesterday.
On Thursday Night the General With a
Force Reached the Beleaguered City.
Large
USPKI I >''"*
branlon, Fob
Tito War Ofllce
I'mncli reached
TO THK minkh.i brigades nf infantry is   in pnisuit of a
large  Boer  convoy    moving   toward
Hlnenil'i nli'in. "
Ki.���9:."il   a.     nt.  ) ���
reports   that  General
Kimberley   Thn.silay
.veiling,   Following is Imrd Roberta'
uieange to tbe War Office:   "Jacobs-
.inln Feb   It:  ''  u.   m ��� French   wilb
,,""*le"'     '       ��� ���.,,,...    ���...,'holding a   kopje  eommaail ng the vn
nl force nl    artillery,    eavaliy,   and |,     .   *  "_ .   .
iiiiiunti'l'l iiil'unlry, reaoh-d Kimberley
Rlet River, i'*,,|i. 1-1.���Colonel Han-
nay, while, on bis way to Hambaui encountered   BOO   Iluers   witli   two   gnns
ins evening. Thursday.
Cape Town, Feb. 10.���General
French with cavalry relieved lumber-
ley la-ti night.
London, Feb, IH. ���The significance
01 lhe Cape I i'Wii dispatobvaniionuolng
iln, relief ni Kimberley, lies in lhe
nse oi the word ''relieved" which
s��_m�� to Bel all doubts at  rest.
London. Fib. Hi. ��� I :J,*i p. m.���There
la Inwiendoua satisfaction and jubilation lieu* nt Plaid Marshall l*ord Roberts nnd General French's sueiwss.
Hut - ilinse best suited to judge (lie situation are inclined tO the opinion that
pending iniiii' definite information the
news lnnl belter be regarded as assur-
ing. tether tliau us accompllabiug the
relief af the beleaguered oity ol Kim-
barley. Had Roberts indicted a __oia-
tie defeat nn the Hoets, it is believed,
be wonld have mentioned it, ns such a
success would be greatly paramount to
the relief of Kimberley. What has
happened lo General Cronje ami the
M-lieie.tliiiuts  of his forces ponies  thn
ley lending to the drift. The lighting
lusted all day long ami thie Boers disappeared (luting the night. Thirteen
men reported missing from Hannny's
force me prisonets. They were captured treacherously dnring tbe fighting.
Tbey weie informed that aii agreement
had been reached.
Arundel. Wednesday, I*ah. 14,���Gen-
oral Clements withdrew froiti Bene.*
bhrg during the night, hi*, rear guard
arriving at Arundel early ibis morn*
iug. The Hoers promptly followed
nnd aie ooonpying iheir old positions
in lhe Taaiboscb Hills 'whence tbey
have been shilling tin- J3rili>'i la.aliy
patrols    ineffectually,      The     Hritish
gnns returned the fire,   malting fairly
acenrale practice.
Riot River, Orange, l-'ren State, Feb.
114���Wednesday.���General Vrenoh in
command of the cavalry division and
with a strung foici* of hone artillery,
left Mnddei River Sunday morning fcr
Kanibam. I_ miles east: of Muslin,
where the whole division euuomitrut-
' ed. Tho next (lay ho made a rapid
march lo Riet Rivet -where a patty of
I Hours contested his passage at Dokiel
i-peits. A (lj.ni.tob from (.'ape Town, i ,IIK| Watcrfell drifts. After some
ilnled Wednesday. February 14, re* I homa Shelling GenetHI French drove
reived tins uiorniog, says: "Th* theBoBWaway and crossed the river.
Been are leaving Magertfonteiu to re* [yesterday (Tuesday) tlm column oon*
ii-iti-e. other positions, it is estimated ; timu.d it8 inarch to Klip and Bond-
m��t between 7,000 and 10,000 men ro- | TUai dritts uu the Modder Kivor,where
main there. j again    n  short   engagement ensued,
A Boor dispatch from Lorenzo Mar- , (jvlwrn\ Krencli shelling tiie Hoers vig-
**-.., dated Thursday, February IB, oronaly uud forcing a passage. The
Wil the initial attack on Ooleslmtg, '��� Uners precipitately retreated leaving
on Vt'liruary IS resulted in a Federal j flTe _,������,.��� j,, the hands Of the Brit*
loss ol uinn men killed and fonr ,���*.,, besides a great, quantity of nattle
weouded and fivo prisoners. The alIfl a.OOO fllleep. -the rapidity1 nf Gen*
Bntnh, it H added, were driven^ out of  eral    n-ri,Uch's  maroh  and  thu  ovnr-
whclnuiiiig nature of his foice enabled
him in spite of tbn ditliculties of wntor
transportation  to    thoroughly  outwit I
and surpriso   the   Hoers.    Tho British i
1 casualties wero slight.
their camp and oue of their Maxims
wm captured. A dispatch referring to
the condition ol I.adysmilh is regarded us reuseoring. There is no further
-onl from General Buller, nud uoth-
ingat'irlliog is expooted to occur in
fatal iu tbo immediate furturo. Actor-ling to a dispatch from Chiovley,
-luted Wednesday, February 14, it has ; erta (Ills
b��Il ascertained  thut  the   British ar-   patches:
"Ha;daring the last week's fighting1 "Modder River. Fell. 16.���The.Sixth
rendered two large Hoer guus and nne division left Wnterlall Drift enrly ys��-
Hordenlaldt ineffective, A Stork- terd_y morning and marched here go-
���boom dispatoh of Wednesday, Febrn- : ing on the sumo -veiling to Rondo-
wj 14 hts thnt Oolonel Kager whoUaldre to hold tho arousing of tho Mod.
JUJi W-onrJed snd captured at Btorm* Ider River add  leave  General French
wgildead,   The   Hoers   turned   his  free   to   act.    Shortly   after   arriving
win--
London, Feb. Hi.���Tbn correspondent of the Associated Press at Lady*
siDith from which place he escaped
February 10 and arrived at Durhuu, '
February 14, sends the following,
written before he lett I.adysmilh :
"Since tbe furious cannonade in the
enrly part of tbe week i|Uiotiiesa has
reigned. Tbe hills on which tbe relief columns' lyddite shells were burst-
log in hundreds a few .days previously
are now only occupied by-grazing cattle. Further away on tbe north side
of tbo Spion Kop tbe Hoer laager can
be seen evidently bigger than before,
showing they have no idea of retiring
ai present from their position. Much
disappointment is felt, at the nouap
penrance of (ienernl Buller as front the
severity of the fire every heart was
glowiug with hope and excitement at
the prospect nf Immediate relief, uot.
that we are al all iu thu blues, for
every oue capable of shouldering a rifle
in confident of our ability to hold the
town against any force the Boers are
capable nf pulling in lbe field. Still
tlie continued diet of horse and mule
flesh ia getting somewhat monotonous
although the health of tbo camp,taking
everything into consideration, is better than it could be expected. Knterie
fever ami ilysentry have abated. The
oamp fever is nni violent but is
slightly increasing, The scarcity of
vegetables is very trying to the troops.
Luxuries are beyond tbe means of the
majority. Kggs are thirty-six shillings -i down, a small fowl is eighteen
shillings six pence, pumpkins twelve
shilling each, small vegetable marrow
six   shillings,   a   tin    ot   jam   twelve
STANLEY COP STATS
WITH TBE SHAMROCKS
The Last of Three Sensational Games.
SCORE   FIVE  TO   FOUR
Tbe Greatest Seiies of Hockey  Matches
fiver Flajed iu Montreal -Seven
Thousand People Present.
victory. He intimated (hough thnt
it would lie in order for Trihey lo
apologize to Bain. The suggestion was
taken gracefully and Trihey. accompanied by several of the Shamrocks' executive, went in the Winni pegs' dressing room and expessed their sorrow.
Tiihey said: "1 am sony hoys, 1 was
angry at the lime and uot responsible
for what I stiri. I hope you will accept my apology and let matters rest "
A pleasant gathering followed the
game al the Oxford Cafe later nn, and
ibe good feeling which existed between
the clubs was entirely restored.
fflLIN -ILL TBI TH
��� WEATHER THE STORM
But Ho Cannot Outlast First
Division,
(SPECIALS TO THIS MISER.)
Montreal, Feb. III.���The third match
in the series of three for tbe possession of the Stanley Cup, played tonight in thu Arena rink, between the
Victorias, of Winnipeg, nnd the Shamrock, of this city, was the greatest of
them all. One minute and a half before time was np the tally stood four
goals e.ich and the western aggregation
were having the best of the argument.
Tnnsey, tha Shamrock's point, finally
relieved a long seign nn the Shamrock's goal by a Hoe run down the ice.
Ho was closely checked by Bain, tho
Winnipeg captain. When the pair
reached tbe Winnipeg end of the ice,
Flett, the western  noint  man,   came
out to give bis cliihniato a hand. The
shilllings six pencc.a tin of mill; seven I result was that the Winnipeg captain's
shillings six pence, a box of sard i ues , right leg got sandwiched between the
tluee shillings,tobaeeo ninety shillings two men. and he dropped on the ice in
a pound, a ease Of Whiskey wa. rallied j an agony oi pain. He put up his
for ��146. hand to indicate, that he was incapaOi-
The Boers ure smuggling tobacco in- i tateri,  but   before   Referee Baird   had
to the camp through   natives.    A local
factory Is turning ont excellent horse
sausage and another is making nourishing snnp, which is much appreciated by the troops, who certainly bave
increased iu strength since these wero
served out. The escape nf the Associated Ptpps coirn.spoudent was must ad
venturous      and     arduous.     Leav ing
Ladysmith the  night of February 10,
guided by a native, he soon encountered a BOer patml, wbo fired upon hint,
llscaping the patrol be. orawled '-."���*
miles over  the   roughest  and stoniest
paths,hiding iu native but- and kraals
during the day and proceeding at
night. Dure a Hoer patrol came to the
door ol lbe hut where he was hiding
under blankets. Ho swam the Tugela
River and reached (hieveley the morning nt February 18 where he took a
train for Durban
Head Laager, near Ladysmith, Wednesday. Feb. 14.���The liiitish from
(.hieveley bave been bombarding the
Hoers forces at Hlaan Krimtz, east of
Oolenso since yesterday afternoon,
the bombardment cnuiinuing throughout tho night. The Hoers responded
with ritlo lire. Particulars are lacking.
All is quiet at Ladysmith.
London, Feb. 16.���(9:80 p. m '-The
following dispatoh from Genera I   Rob*
tbn   gups iii the earlier dis-
Lnudou, Feb. Hi. ���II p. m.���Tbe
War (JHice has just issued the following frum Lnnl Roberts: "Jaoobsdale,
Feb. in.���7 p. ui. ���Much gratified on
arrival here tu  lind admirable hospital
arrangements made by  the   German
ambulance corps under Doctors Kaett-
nei- and Hildebrond, who with their
stall's have shown the greatest kindness lo our wounded, as tbey have to
the Hoer wounded. Some of our
Wounded have be*��n here since December. Some wero brought iu yesterday."
London, Feb. Id,���11:30 p, m.���The
House of Commons passed the supplementary army estimate ��18,000,000 by
918 In ���'���-.
Lriiidoii,
W�� unit
In ,iii
fer to tbe Hritish at Mollenc
Feb.   10���7:44 p. m.���The1
make public a 'dispatoh
Weld Marshall Lord Roberts,
JS!'"K: ".lacobsdale-Tbe following
'��") General French was received
""���morning. -Ihuve completely (lis-
WW enemy from the southern side of
Kiml
""���"���y from   Alexander's   Pout-in
'"Ollplian
m I,
S Fiuileia.and
here the mounted  Infantry visited Ju
enhsdalo and found it toll nl' women
and children Willi four ol our wound
ed men lining well. (Hi the wnv baok
th�� monnted  Infantry wai  attacked
and nine men were Wounded. Colonel
Henry anil Major llatchell and ten
nifn were missing. Hoth odious were
sobseaneutly    fnuntl    at,    Jnvcobsdnle
slightly wnuiideil     The i-avalrv divis-
Outside Jncobsdnlo, Orange Free
Stale, Thursday, Feb. IB.���The road
between Modder River anil .laenbsdale
is now open. Tbi distance is only nine
miles The road is available for sending I'l'illliireeiiielits and supplies.   When
stopped tbe playing the Shamrock put
the puck into tho net. Of oontse it
did net count. Bain was carried off
Ihe ice and it was snme time before be
was in condition to appear again.
When play was resumed, the puck was
faced immediately in front of the Win-
���ipeg goal antl a fortunate pnke liy a
Shamrock forward nut il into the net.
There still remained over a minute to
play,but in _0 seconds Oaptnin Trihey,
of the Shamrocks, twisted his skate
an.l retired to have it repaired, It
was a hopeless prospect for Winnipeg.
Tbe gypsium went up and down the
ice a couple of times, the final gong
sounded and the Shamrock supporters
broke into a prolonged yell of triumph. The learn was carried off the
ice by enthusiastic admirers. The play
precediug the sensational climax of
the match was from the stall of the
most, aggressive and brilliant variety.
Seven thousand people were present.
The Winnipeg's got two shots in the
goal posts for every one of lhe Shamrocks but as the home team plays a
closer defence game, it   was  harder to
get the  puck  through.   In   the first
game which lasted over twenty minutes the attack was almost continual!.
iu tin* Shamrock's posts. Only on a
half dozen cases could the Shamrocks
smart forward get any way on. but in
the last of these Tl ihoy scored. Then
wiih a typical western dash, the Buffalo* swept down the ice and (Iringras
scored in half a minute. Rain soured
the next goal for lhe Winuipegs in lour
minutes. It went under lhe net,
Farrel scored for lbe home team on an
unsupported rush, it was the only
lime a forward went through Ibe western defence and took a goal without
help in thn three matches Trihey
scored lbe next for the Shamrocks in
two minutes   ami   the   half time gong
sounded,
The feature of the second half was
the grand rally when the score stood
four goals to two again. Uiucras scored his goal with a cyolonlo rush and a
long shut f'rnm the side. Ho was partly
responsible for the uexl goal too, for
be btOUghi tbe peek down the ice anil
passed across to Roxbnrg wbo was in
Iho right spnl and put it in. From
that out Ihoy hud lhe best nf lhe phiy-
Rossland, Feb, 10.���Nelson Onrlers
won two of the trophies played for in
the Rossland Bonspiel, Tnmbylu's
rink won from Wis] m. of Sandon, today for the Walkeivlle trophy, thereby
securing the trophy, and J. .1. Rae
walked off with tbe Hudson's Hay (,'up
defeating Morkill. of Rossland, I*.' to 5.
For the Tuckett trophy Tamblyn lost
lo A. B. Cranston, of Rossland, score
eight to nine, and in the Parson's Produce contest he lost to Smith, of Ross-
lninl by one point. Qriulmiitt. of Sandon, beat Bogle, of Rosslund, iu lbe
consolation finals aim lakes home a silver cup.
At ll o'clook this forenoon a match
in the junior hookey oh.iinpiouship
competition was played between the
I. X. L s of Rosslnud and the Nelson
.linitois and was won easily by the foi-
mer  by a score nf seven to rhree.
The three mile skating championship of Britsh Columbia was won by
K. .1. Scovil, who also carried off the
mile, Ibis for   the
BOTH SIDES IN CAUCUS
An Important Announcement From ihe
Government   When  the   House
Meets ou Monday.
(SI-IK I tl.S  TO  Till:   MIMlll.i
Victoria, B. C, Feb. HI.���Both the
Government and Opposition have held
caucuses today and it is possible that
Premier Semlin will make a siate
nieiit tn the House on Monday. The
Government will certainly try to
wtatlKtr the storm bnt with Dunsmulr
in his seat it cannot nut-lust the lirsl
division.
There was no session of the House
today, un adjournment being taken
until Monday. The Colonist suggests
thnt this is due to Ihe crisis anil claims
that an important .Ministerial an-
n uncement will Ijo made on Mouda.v.
Members of the Government say tbn
long adjournment  was taken to allow
one nine, ibis for   the  second   year In |��� Wy)8I0;i of the estimates and a com
accession.    The    hockey    match   be
tween the Nelsou Laorosso uud lhe
Victoiies, of Rossland,was won by the
hitler, hy four to three after a very
fiercely contested game.
Ottawa, Feb. Hi���The Commons (leveled tbe day to a discussion of the
Fielding resolution fnr fl.OOO.ODO to be
vote I ai Canada's contribution to the
Empire by sending aid to tbe British
authorities In S.,utli Afrioa. All tbe
speeches breathed loyalty and patriotism.
Mr. Ciluiour (MiddlesexI introduced
a bill tu amend the Compan.es Clauses
Act, giving i��iwer to mercantile and
manufacturing companion to change
the location of their offices without
com iug to Parliament (or a sjieeial act.
The bill was read the first time. The
debate on Fielding's resolution was
resumed by Mr. Da.id He depreciated tlie fact 'bat a portion of Irishmen
had endeavored to exclude themselves
from the liberties and privileges of the
Umpire. The battel of England
shown by them was unhistorical. Ho
spoke of the advantages which the
French-Canadians enjoyed from the
Biitish constitution and said, that in
the face of these advantages which
the French Canailiaus enjoyed, some
of them wero disloyal. .1. H. Robertson congratulated the Minister of
Militia for tlie manner in whioh the
Canadian troops had been assembled
ami dispatched. Canada should act as
a nation, he Said, anil should nol need
feai to risk hei money in a quarrel in
which so many Canailiaus figure. Ho
was of the opinion that the Government should send to Britain for everv
toucher which she had spent iu the
Transvaal on Canadian soldieis and
pay the same. If Britain refused, Cau-
ada could build ships with the money.
Btimson, of Richmond and Wolfe,
came from a constituency in which
there were many French-Canadians,
s.id that he approved of the resolutions
ami they would have the support of
his constituents. He protested against
any class of citiwus being called cravens,
Montreal, Feb. 10.���Mayor Prefoii-
lainii yesterday cabled Lord Strathcona
asking if the Slralbcona Horse could
Stop off for a few hours in Montreal on
Ibeir way to Halifax 'iud be extended
a reception by the citizens, So far no
reply has been received. There was
great rejoicing here today over the re-
pletiou of the n disti iliutton bill which
was forcid on them hy ,lne Martin.
According to lhal member the vote
of yesterday defeating his motion did
unt end the sensational attack nn Cotton. Mart iu says be is not done with
Cotton ny any means and that be Intends to in at bim in itnothci way.
He says he has material ihat, should
the House listen to it, would put Cotton out ot public life. Martin says hn
is able to bring witnesses from Denver
to give evldeooe agiinst Cotton.
Ottawa. Feh. Iii.���A baled of let
ters was received bete today from tbe
lt9amer Laurentian sent via Cape
Verde, one letter, evidently written
by Editor Morrison, who was oue of
the officers of "D" baltery. says:
'Stores of all sorts were served out to
the batteries by the quartermaster
sergeants, and it is due to the militia
department to say that they were of
excellent quality and nearlv everything
requisitioned for to bring the batteries
up to a wtir stienglh seemed in have
been supplied bv Colonel MacDonald
and his department, Two stowaways
were found on board after lbe Laurentian was three days out. Oue was an
infantry man iu uniform from Mono*
tion. Both were attached to "K" buttery and made to do duty."
A large number of membets visited
the Strathcona contingent in th*:ii
quarters at thu exhibition grounds today. Lieut, dol. M. Cctiiui. R. C.
A., has been appointed in ebaige nf
the Maxim guns with tbe siiaibcnnn
Horse.
Ottawa. Feb. Hi.���Rumor is prevalent and is gaining ground I bat Hon -I.
I. Tarte, Ministai of Public Works,
will resign bis posiiton March It, and
will bo succeeded by Mr. Hrudeur.dep
uty Speaker   uf the House.    It is   said
Tarte will go to  Paris as High Commissioner.   The rumor is unconfirmed
at present.
*��npy their moiind.  Have cap*
���' ��� eu>i_y'_ laager ami store de*
���*7* mpplies _b_
'���'���le. -bout
**"ntnli.,l
un uow go   jon || moving in a northerly direction
ammunition
twenty
Kimberley
Cus-
I'tniiliii
-General Roberts j
'"���   Feb.    II
.n';.,"'r"""1'"   following   dispatch:
,'"";���"'-.    IH.- I   havo' good
believe that
tl��0ll   I
touteln
il
and bus apparently   reduced   the pre
sure on Kimberley as   Kkekewich si_
nail the enemy has abandoned  Alex-
"U all ranks antler's Foment and that he lias men-
cheerful ami ,,!,,,) lt French litis advanced as fai-
as Ahnnsdam with sight losses and is
pushing on the posts which are being
held by mounted infantry." General
Roberts adds: "Clements, having been
pressed by the Hoers. has retired In Ar*
.,.,, . "'" Mogomv inm_���i to oover Saan-wporl
title,!  ../?���"*    lmTn   1)eeu    �����*"'��-
il,;:'  ;""  '"'"    lUe  Hours   are   en-
i.��_,-.,--''.'.''"'���I'1'    ��"n��ral   French
un,,i," ""' "��n,,try north of Ki
u**��a-_w,iKrt|,.KM,By.,IJ0���
The War Otllce points out, Ihat the
word -'111:10''; in tbo above ilifpatch
means some points (of tbe Modder Hiver other thnu the  'Modder   River   sra
lief of   Kimberley,    Flags were Hying
the Hoers evacuated .lucobsdalo U>nyftng, by a wide margin,   and  even tho from many private buildings through-
were obliged to |MSS over il ridge where j .shamrock's supporiers expected they ! out the cilv, though ou th** Govern���
they afforded a splendid mark for the would wlu out, The rash tu whioh ment buildings their absenoe was
British gum, whioh showered shrapnel j)H|n WM j,nr| WI1H I(||1 jn( ,i1(,y  nBcl marked.   The bells of some churches
npon the   retreating   armv.    The con*   ���������]��� on t|u, B"I0D, umil for three inln- | rang in honor of Ibe event
vov which was attacked   St Riet River u,t���H    *pBa Whmipcgs look their defeal
had been   coitntermandeil, bul.   the or*   vetv philosophically,    Tbey   have   the
del did not arrive In   time and the ex-  aatisfantiou of knowing   that tbey had
perieuco wns S very warm one, though   ,,���, BMt 0j   t.vl|  ������,   cl(
tbo Boers did  Ht.l�� mat_r.nl damage, pinysd, nnd tbe fortunes
As General Frenoh witb thu strength* ageinst them,   only  one unfortunate
ened division  pushed   forward toward )no|dent occurred to disturb  the  good
Kimberley, he found the beleaguering feelings between the two -dubs.   When
Boers deserting theli position nt Alex- gft)n   w���4   Injured,    Cnptnin   Trihey
i antler's Fonte'n, thus   allowing a por* wen( into lbe Winnipeg dressing room
! tii f the Kimberley garrison to ooou* iftm| |n  ., moment of angry passion in-
ny ami entrench the place tlmated   thai   be  was  faking.    After
                             I the match, Manager Arniituge, went tn
London, Feb, 10.-While the House\ih6 ahnmrook's dressing room  and in
���f commons was in committee on the j-a Degt httlH Hmrh 000gtatoif.ted  tho
Shamrock's on their splendid pluy und
Ouebcc, Fob, Iti. ��� One hundred working men   "ti   the   Indian   Cove   grave
three  games I dock went oui una  strike this morn-
d'   war   were   ing for on   increase   nl  from iu   to   la
ciiN au hour.
Winnipeg, Feb, 10.���The second de
lacbiuenl of Strulbcoiia's Horse, composing 181 men from Hritish Colombia and far western points, reached
beie at 4 ::lu ami the men wero enter-
liiimil for two hours hy Winnipeg oiti-
zeiis. Mayor Wilson accompanied
them to the   city nml gave them a fur-
Ottawa, Feb. 16,���Lletlt, Col, Steele,
commander of BtrathconVs Horse,
reached here lust night by the Winnipeg train. He says it is as line a body
of nun as has been enrolled, Most ol
the men arc ranchers wbo have had tu
ride horseback fonr rr live days a
week. Every one was tested as tn his
ability, They are u Hist class Issly of
men, for tiiere is not one that canum
write a good hand and a   grammatical
letter.
Montreal, Feb. 10.���Moore and Roberts the two men ai rested bare for
shooting and wounding, two Scraittou
poloemen were today committed for
extradition,   The    Soranton    oflioora
wh" are Imre for tte men will return
With them at the expiration of thu
few days daisy.
Orillia. (Int., Feb. 111.-Alexander
Ramsay, of Boabrigbt, was smothered
to dentil today iu a straw slack on
which he was at work A heavy wind
caused it to fall over on him. The Ice
on the slack was heavy and crashed
the man tn the ground.
rontlniictl on Fourth Page,
' tii.iniiu-'t uii Fourth Pugs
Toronto, Feb. ic,.���Hon.   Sit  Frank
Smith, who   lias   been ailing for some
time   has taken   a turn   lor lhe  worse
jtui'l is in a sinking condition,
I
II NELSON    DAILY   MINER, SATURDAY FEBRUARY   17, 1900
iNeison Daily Minei
1'ubUatKXl Daily oxoeul .Monday.
M:!.HON.MlNKI'   I'll IM INII   & I'CnLlSIUNQ ft .
fl   J,   BEATON, Kditor and Manager,~"
I    I-
HOBSORITTION RATES
lully imr un mill liy cutter	
per half year  8 *>
por your  70
per yuor by uiall  a 0*
1      por yenr foreign  KW1
Nklson VVkbkiy Minkii.
Weekly, pi r half year	
p. r rear	
pm'year, forelKU	
Hiilt.orlinloiH Invariably in lulviinci.
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���.Uuu Min :r Printing __ Publishing Co
inelson. b. o.
Telephone   No.   144.
REWARD.
The Miner will pay $10 reward
for information thnt will lead to ihe
arrest and conviction of any person
who steals a copy ofj ibis paper
Iron; ihe premises of our subscribers.
be industry of having made   inqniiies'
concerning thein,   with   the   view   of
sccrtaining exactly to what extent
Mr. Cotton was compromised, He may
have bad the evil luck to fall on exaggerated reports; at any rate, tho stories were in tho air, and    it WUS just as
well to discover once for all what wain    them.    We   are not sure   but   Mr.
Martin preformed a valuable public
service lit bringing them to the uttcn-
' ion of tho Legislature. Mr. Cotton
met the motion for a commission with
the oourage we would expect of him,
mui apparently with all the  frankness
the occasion Oulled[for,   We believe hi-.
explanation will be accepted ns on.
tirely i-atislactory, and from this time
forwurdSwe --hall probably, hear 110
more of~Mr. ('dtlon's'~experiencos in
Colorado" Mr. Saittin, lTis^troe, did
not~et out with the ptiproao of leliev-
uig'lhat gentleman oI��any further,suspicion, but bis action has resultod In
disposing of those stories lor good and
all, und we 'can rejoice nt the issue
without quarrelling   with  the motive.
N6W BOOKS.
'arson Kelly;
By Andrew* Lang
Hamlin's  Media*
Mr. Jack
tion;
Roxane;
Bret Harte
For a brief time Grand Forks has
been taking such enjoyment as il could
extract from thn luxury of two daily
newspapers, fi The proprietor of one of
them has become tired of tho sacrilice,
and has disposed of bis rights and
franchises to the proprietor 01 the
other. This is the tirst evidence of
journalistic sanity manifested in
Southern British Columbia for many
months pust. The tendency is In go to
the extreme in the opposite direction,
it being next to impossible for two
people to gather together without having what prol'esse- to serve as a news,
paper published in the midst of
them, This insane multiplication
has a most peruieiouf influence,
as legitimate newspaper enterprise
is seriously prejudiced by it. Instead
of one slrong journal iu each of the
principal centres of population, there
are dozens of weak ones, of no profit to
themselves or to others, scattered all
over the country.
ALL HONOR TO THE .SLOCAN
The immediate and practical effect
nf tbe settlement of lhe Slocan labor
troubles will be the resumption of
work at all the principul mines, und
the revival cf business generally
throughout tha district This is a consummation which the whole country
lias beeu devoutly wishing for the
better pait of a ypar past. It will ulso
have its effect In other districts.
Miners iu the Boundary country, for
instance, can soarcely insist un the demand for the old ten-hours pay, when
those of the Slocan have agreed tu the
compromise scale of t8._fi, It may be
days, 01 weeks even, before Yale and
Kootenay settle down tt. the Lew older
of things, but there is every reason to
hope that iu the near future 1 uniform
-eale will be   in   force.    This will   be
Ihe happy issue of the troubles, All tbut Mr. Houston lacks of heiug
for which the country will stand a perfect specimen of the genus deui-
indebted 10 the courage, fairness, and ' agogue is a little more ability. Un-
sense of justice manifested hy the fortunately for him,it requires brains,
working miners of the Slocan with a reasonably liberal fund of   gen-
There is the suggestion that some- | oral Information, to carry oil' the chnr-
thiug more may come nf it. A gentle- acter with any sort of oiedit. He is
man who knows tlie Slocan miners opposed to accepting any Of the wharf
intimately says they will be willing to I tenders, ostensibly on the pretext that
petition for the repeal of the Might-; it will be better for the workingnian
Hour law. Should tbey do this the ! if the corporal ion shall take the work
Legislature would have some trouble 1 into its own hinds and do it with day
iu sheltering itself behind an excuse labor The tinders include material,
for refusing to act upon it. In mot lone of them for lumber, the lowest of
alliferous mining the Slocan is the' which is put 111 by Mcssis. Sayward &
leading district of Southern British ICo. Whui this has to do with day
Columbia, anil its will in a matter of j labor we are left lo conjecture as best
that kind is necessarily the potential ; we may. The ouly explanation "f
oue. It may be, however, that the j this latest and most extraordinary
miners will uol go so far as to demand | oonoern for the workingman lies in the
tbo repeal of the law,   with the object I supposition thai   Mr.   Houston's ufl'ec-
Louis Creswicke
he Bitter Vintage;
K. Douglas King
I An African Treasure;
J. MacLaren Cobban
Prospecting,  Locating and
Valuing Mines;
Engineers' Examinations;
New Catechism of the Steam
Engine;
Maximsand Instructions for
the Boiler Room;
T.iie Mineral Industry;
Life of Napoleon III.;
By Archibald Forbes
1   It's Not a Bad Idea   1
5*5    To  remember   the  fact that   every Saturday is
Bargain Day at the Red Front Grocery.   Always something special.   Always something new.
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SNAPS
35c
2 DC
HUDSON S BAY
COMPANY.
4:
12}.-
8 Ib Sack  Rolled Oats
1 Ib Package Farina
i Ib Package Grape Nuts
2 lb Package Hominy
2 lb Package Wheat Manna
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Try  our   Kippered  Herring and   Kippered
Salmon.    You will like them.
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I Morrison 8 Caldwell.
**5 The Red Front Telephone 134.
CiMDA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
E. J.SCOVIL
HIMnC I H'l.Ill,      Mil IKY 11 KIM.
..-iinlertuoro Mines.   Corresp  - euco Sol'oltecl
WINDERMERE. _.. 0.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skag-uay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
,aHnV^aC^'Le, $9.65 Per Ton
$6.15 Per Ton
���NCORPf. RATF.- "*_.T<_.
We have just received
a carload ot chn'-��
Vegetables
POTATOES,
CABBAGE,
ONIONS,
BEET?,
CARROTS,
TURNIPS,
PARSNIPS, ETC.
CROW'S NEST
COAL
DELIVERED.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Hudson's Bay Stores
Went Baker St., Nelson.
Telephone 13.
TJCUCPHONK 88.
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ol restoring Ihe  condition*   that   for-   lion   fur  thu  ulrt
morly exirted.    They   did not Mk   for i rampant ns ever.
the law, nr kuow thnt it v.-n��  ccntem- 	
plated ; hnt after it was thrupt upon
thmii many no douht reasoned them<
hi'lv��M into Hi'- conviction that nn
right-hour shift in nuderuround work-
was long enough. They will probahlv
prefer, therefore, that eight hours shall
continue to he regarded ns the stand
nrd day. lint it will be surprising, after the manliness already displayed, if
they do not deninntl such modification
of the law as will restore to them lhe
lilierty that belongs to every free citizen. They may not il.-ire to work
more than eight hoars, hut they do
not want to he restricted lo that or any
other number. They may reasonably ask
to be lelt as free agents, to regulate
their time and their work as they
pleiiMe, not as the Legislature plenums
li would not lie surprising, however,
if   their   disgust   at   the   mischievous
meddling  of   the  politicians oatrleri
thi'tn to tbe length of deiuaiiiling   thai
the n*'W law he blotted out entirely.
lino other grent influence for good
we look to as u result of this action
00 the part of tin Slocan mined, Tbey
bare adminiiteted a ibarp  rebuke to
those alien agitators who came over iu I
droves  to  breed roltcbief  in British
ColnmbU; Indeed, II can be said tin v
have   given   iheui a -limp _1ap   m the
Lice      Tbat is the noblest,   bOMMO the I
1'ior-t  courageous,  uct   iii   connection
with the sett lenient They say hv
their in tion that they bare neither desire not intent mn to make a Ooeui
d'Aleuii of this Province All honor
to them lor it ' Tbey want no breeders of discord : they decline even lo
follow lhe piotesnonul agitators in
thuit own ranks : (hey abjure them all.
and stand on their own bottom u
houest, independent riti/ens, with iht.
spirit to think and act for theinsi Ires
fly their manly uondnol lliey have
doalt a blow to the agitators and mis
ohlel makers, the etfiicts ol which will
la) felt for g'��-l in every camp in lint
lah Columbia mul foi long yean to
come.
Gray sawmill is as
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We  have secured ;i Job Lot of Comforters
them.    The secret is,  " They were mis-shippec
Spekdv Sale thev aro marked at Wonderhuu v
a a G-.EAT  Reduction on Manufacturers' Prices.    You may wonder how wc got
I."    We made an offer lor the lot, and Seven Snaps came our way.    To insure a
Prices:
.mv
SNAP 1- Comprises -I only Comforters, in fniicv of bine or cardinal
print, cotton filled     Worth ,1.25.    Sale price .1.00.
SNAP '�� 17 only Comforters, covering of Royal, ecru or sky print;
boili sides alike: union filling Good value at (2.00, To
close, $1.50.
2 onlv Jubilee pattern Comforters; union filled: reversible.
Worth *2.0O     A snap af .1.50.
3���1 only Comforters, figured sateen covering; both sides
alike:  down filling.    .Special at tZIBO.    Now .2 (10.
io only Sateen Comforters, fancy patterns of sky, pink or
Nile;  down filling     Special to clear. *?2.00.
SNAP
SNAP 4-�� only Comforters, in blue, grey, wine, green or iky*
sateen covering: down tilling. Worth **-,00 Must go
at   .2.50.
SNAP 5���1" only Comforters, eider filled, English lateen covering,
iu llgureil patterns of cream, sky, cardinal, royal myrtle,
brown oi yellow     Extra at tS.6       Our price only $2.95
11 only cardinal or pink Dowered sateen Comforters, down
llllcd     Special at . 100, lmt yours at W.0H.
SNAP 6 -2 only super quality sateen goose down llllcd Comforters:
pretty patterns.    Worth *7.50     Sale price -.0.00.
(ienernl French's march lo Kimberley is Hi.- most brilliant event of the
���a ,u up to date. His training as a Canadian Mounted Policemen was as good
a preparation for work of that kind as
he could have. Mr. Cecil Khodes is a , ...
pretty oool hand, but in all South | \S*.
Africa it is doubtful if there wus a
man who breathed more freely than he
did last Thursday night, when he saw
the Briti'li fotce that had pushed its
way through to the relief of Kimber*
lev. One other ccminent the event
suggests is that Roberts and Kitchener
do not strike until thoy uro ready, and
then they strike to seine purpose. It
is thev who will ultimately go to the
relief of   Ladysmith, earning   out the
campaign   s etliing   on Tlm Miner's
plan.
SNAP 7���1 only extra quality fancy sateen covered Comforter, wiih frill; goose down Idling.    Special value at $7.50
This   is   Your  Opportunity   Sale.    All  tho   Latest   Goods   and   Select   Patterns.    Shop  early and  secure  best  choice.
Martin  O'Reilly & Co.
P. S.���Special attention given to Mail Orders.
Houston Block. Baker Street.
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Corporation of the City of Nelson.
50 Cases
New Drugs
and ftedicines
TENDERS   WANTED.
Si.tleil tenders will be received by the Mayor
ami City Oounoll of ,n> i-un, up till noun on
Monday. February 10th, 1900, tor HUpplylng a
road-making plat t. oon_j.rli.Init a steam roller,
machl e drill, rock oruaher, elevator and
icrceitB.
Specification! nml oondltlona of tonderlpg
and contract may be si-en on apnli--ation al (be
otiireof tho ( liy Engineer,Oity .lull, Joseph-iio
Streel   Nolson.
Raoh tender nni.-t be aeconipanied by an
accepted bank check or rcrtitlcnte of deposit,
mado pajnb.e to lhe Corporation of the city of
Nekton, equal io 1( percent of tbe amount of
tin tt-ndir, ns a security for the due fulfillment
ot ti ontract. which simll in* forfeited if the
pii'ty deeUiK-%10 enter into contraot when
cnli''I upon to do-u. nr if In* fnils lo complO*0
th** work i-ontniiti'd for Tin: cberk-ol rlie
uni-ucoomful  tendoron \\iil   be returned  to
Remodeled
Refurnished
Heated by Hot Air
Finest
in
Dininij;   Room
the City.
	
upon tti
oxoontlon of tlio comnict,
1   'I'll
-  loivc-i
or nny lender  i,ut  in, r -arilv
1. K.8'lllAt'HAX, fit) rliali.
1 n< CO
ilcd.
Ni
��on,B.I
. Kl'lilllatj 13th, I'.IIKI.
Received ihis wia
fresh trom  the man
ufacturers.
J. E. ANNABLE
. jKeal Estate,
Fire Insurance,
Life Insurance
Temperance Hotel.
The Family Resort of ihe
Kootenays.
TheWaverly Hotel
NELSON.
H.F.M'LEAN
Dru^jfist.
���|-, iipimiir ii.-..   P.O. Box na   liiikiTsnvi'i.
Mull Hi'l'i-.l'niiii|,ilv Aiiiimli'tl To.
Small
Small
I louse $ S.oo
Cottage   to.oo
See ANNABLE
F. J. BRADLEY & CO.
PAINTERS and
DECORATORS.
Sow Hint it in all   om   We  do   not
li t*i in tbo trail dispowd in blame Mr.
Mm iin tor bringing up tboio old Cotton -i-iiininl- Wn I;,-In ii' It in mui li
bi-lti*. Dial hi* m li-d   hh   Ii** did     Lilke
maiiv otb.n in tin* l'liiviiiin. iiiii 1,1111
new rMld.nto, In* lnnl lii'iuil uf ciTliiin
thing! Willi willrli Ml    OottOO'l   nan.,
wun ooiiii,,, ii'il,  mul   iiinluilil.' la lii'vcil
tbal iiiun, wiih wty ��ihm dllcndit al
tai'lied   lo Iboin     Hu In I'li-ditml   witb
A. R   BARROW, a.m.i.c.e
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
< oriHi VlotOI it I-l
P.a Bos vm.
Kootonai BI i.
Tolophone No, DS
' Nelson Employment Agenov
WANTED.
NuiHi'.   Nnrse Qirl.
il"i|i of nil klnda Inrnlsl ��� ,i
CONTIIM Tfl    TAKKN    TOH    DIAMOND
COKH DRILLING,
J. H. LOVE, Agt      Baker Z'
SIGN WORK A SPECIALTY.
Hniltlvrs will llml 11  lo iht-ir ailvimtiiKU Ull
ll���nro wilb Hi.all,-\ & Oo, on 1'itlniinK-
NELSON WINE CO.,
wherp you can doiiond on wiim.: ihn iwm
iiriimisin Hi- innrkil  a m)   .pmnlllv from
If-', up,   Prl-Mononol lir <li_i>ult-d,
IMIOM; ��:i.
Prank A, Tamblyn, Mgr.,
Barer Strbi i . Nelson
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
DRESSED LUMLi.r.
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOOU1
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
Mill at 11 LOT HAY.
YimlH, NELSON and LARIX).
HEAD   OFFICE
nsrELsonsr.
J.  A.   SAYWARD.
3 Good Companies 3
NONE BETTER
London tt, Lancashire Life Ass, Co.
Ocean Accident k Guarantee Corporation,
PhiEuix Fire Insurance Co-
Have you seen the new three dollar yearly Accident anil Disease policy issued by the Ocean Corpora*
tion?     Includes $1500  travelling
railway policy and weekly pay-
inents for illness caused by Small
Pox and twelve Other common
diseases.
A. BOOTH,
Qoooial Agt. Opp. Oddfellows' Bloi k-
Baker St., Nelson,
Houses for sale and rent.
! Nelson Gleaning and Dyeing
Establishment*
8. I). PIKKKK Frop.
Ladies' and Cenls' Clothing clean,: I
dyed, altered and repaired.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
>��r of Clarkr rl. KM>I>>
FOR  SALE.
A _ni-l   imvinj*,   Dnirv   bDlllioM   in
tbe Town of Fertile, H. v., will nil
on| ut a botg.ln, .Si'vi'ii cows, hoiie,
Blolgli, milk wiiRiiii, oan��, uml every.
Hung belonging lo a flmt'olnni  Dairy
I'riiinii Ilnusii inirl   u|al,||,     .\1111lv   j;,,N
IS9, Femle, B. c.
Fraternity  Hall     Board and Room.
When the Men are All
Gone   to War
Business Womcii
Will Be Needed
Tlm   NiIhuii   Huwiiiefs   Oull-flO   ll    '
Training Bchonl for Tonng women ����
well is yonng men Tlie Bortgo. 8.1
imn make* boninem i'iihj*.   Try it.
I -,. Hal., 1  A kiHilrlinv UU,
can he rented fur Ooncerle,   Leelnree
Daneee, Banquet!and every kind of m-
l l'lllilllllt III.     < ill, ill a I: I l'i ill .IMS,   cloak
I- "in-., Kiit'iii'n and dining room for*
nihiiril.   Km termpply
DR. E. 0. ABTHUB) Olty.
��rS/dE~i,ESlThere is a Clear'ng Out Sale in Gents'
Furnishings on at O'REILLY'S.
luom, $5 and $5.50.
J. V. O'LA.'GIILIN. nelson daily miner, Saturday. February i;, 1900
DISPUTED CLAIMS
Dm  Blank
The oonrt
bold-
ti'iiiiiiinti'il
nnd related only to
ited during the
tbat were dis-
COUNSEL AR.UE THE BIGHTS OF
THE ULAI-IANTS.
ttoi.1v All the Canes un the Peremptory
Lists Hn.e Boeu Tried-Mining
Cases on Trial-
Tho following 00808 won; disposed of
n ii,,, Assize Oonrt  yesterday.    In re
1.iniiii vi Gormley there waa �� claim
_ t|���, ,lliri of tbe plaintiff to establish
apartneiabip between him and the de
rwiiiui't. a'"' an interest In
l>,ini'i' and Dundee olaima,
guvu a vordlot fur the defendant,
iBI> thut 1I10 ooutraot  was
lD ,1,0 ict of 181)6. -���
met, nlalmi ��*��� W��re located duribg the
rjontrnot uud nut to any
coveted MftwW'w*,0 "iat time* ��0M"i
.mured againit the pl-intitr.
Por tli" plaintiff wero Messrs. .7. H,
Bowe! uml II. A. Stewart. For the
defendant Messrs, W. A. (iallihor and
p, B, Wilson.
In lhe oase ei lilandell vs. Muir,
jndgment wus Riven for the plaintiir.
It hub n suit to establish an interest
In a mining claim on account of ns-
joasment work done on the claim by
plniiilill'. Hut the cnurt looked upon
t|,o work us trespass and rendered a
verdict accordingly. Mr. .1. H. Bowes
(or tbo plaintiff and Mr, W. A. (Inlli-
her lor the defendant.
lu the ami oi Jones vs. Davenport,
Mr. R. M. Maodonald wns lor tho
plaintiff and Mr. A nsen Wheeler, of
Kmln, for the defendant. The unit
wn* in recover u foreign judgment that
lnnl i ii secured against Davenport in
Minnesota and assigned to Jones by tin*
.risinal owner nf the claim. Judgment
misrenerved with iiermlssiou tn both
imiunl lo band in for the court's oon-
nlrtorotlon and farther nnthoritles that
mislil apply io lbe ease.
Another mining oaso followed,
(initrhfli'lil against Hnrbottle.in which
the plaintiff claimed tbat he was on*
titled to Hie to Ibe equaliser in the
oliiiui known ��- the Mny Dny ami
omiiil bv Ilnrlmilli*.    Today   Mr. -hie-
iiivMuiiiu win limsii ilm onseaon the
pei'i'iiiinorv list und Monday will
probably bo tbe lu<t day ol the sitting,
HANK OF HALIFAX.
Will lii'ii'iist* Their Capita) By$l,P00,-
uOO���Statement ol Hank's Rusiuoss.
At the meeting of lbe directors of
lh>' Merchant's Hunk or Halifax, at
Halites on the 14th of February it was
-Midori in apply io Parliament foi an-
Uiorlt*. to increase tho oapltel by il,-
000,000, This action coming so soon
after the increo.se uf $800,000 of last
year now almost entitely paid np.
conplad with tbe statement of tbe
beak's position nt the end of 1898 is
���tioii�� Bvldeuoe of the immense strides
mail, by Ihis lank within the past
few Jems. Thoy evidently intend
10 keep np tbe pace for their business
in liiiii.h Colombia is, after throe
years operations, of no small volume
imi importance, while al New York,
Uonireiil, Culm and their other cast
������m branches they nre right in tlm forefront, The statement given herewith
-ill show tbe very remarkable increase
of almost 40 nrr cent in one year in tbe
tank's business i
Cnli
A88BTS1
1.98
18!)!)
ou band
.1 1,-98,6-0 14   . 1,816,115 26
Doe hy other luniks	
.....      137,4116 OU       1,S51,180 78
Dominion. Provinoial   and    other
Hunils. 1,9-9,480 01      U,l 74.061 (12
Call buaus on Stocks and   Bonds .
1,870,167 DO       1,021,748 01
Hepa-it with   Dominion   Government for security of  Note Cir*
cnlatiou    88,100 00 74,200 00
. (1,238,200 111
Total*..! 8.881,748 0
'-"an-, -mi Dlsconnts	
.     1,889,816 02    _0.i-_._88 05
nnnk premises,sufeK nnd ofllco fur-
nltnre.     70.1100 00 70,000 00
Oia. Tot-r-      "~
���18,-81,004 on'9i9.idi.si8 00
I-.IA1JILITIE8.
c��Pit,il paid up
* i,_o_,ooo bb'' 9ii.98-,6.0 oo
1.880,00 00      1,700,000 00
"���in-ii'e ui oreilil oi profit and loss
t, ��� ;s'-is7 ('�� 27,2.15 13
"���'iiiiii So. 80, payable 1st Feb.
a "00 . 58,881 W 88,818 00
wwe��tioni,887,l__ M 1,888,090 48
ik-IhisiIs 8,109,888 40 ll.S88.4S0 78
'" Other Hanks	
i.sso os
Uu
I . 184,800 ns
"'���Wit acenied  on Deposits .
99,418 88        108,840
-Mini Tnla!n
.l_,-Bl',8-_ mi
io
who hail distributed themselves all
ovor town thnl Iho nmihle wns experi-
ended.   Chief Jarvie and bis assistants.
spent, tr 0 early horns of yosftiday
morning in looking up these stray pns-
wingers. A number of them wire band
in different hotels of the oity nnd
were at pooo noliti'-il to tiiepnre to re*
turn to the boat. Very early In ilm
morning they left their looms and
were escorted buck to Iho steamer
whore they still are,
Judge Forin,who had been a passenger, was notified  thnt   he must either
return to the bout or submit to 11 sir ct
qnarantine for the next two w.-eks.
The .inline chose to leiiiuin at home for
that li and  ho is not now, nnd will
not lm for Hi toon days, prepared tu ie-
cieve friends, II. Q. Bowker is another of those who escaped and was
eanght, When lie left the boat he
went to the home of hie brother-
in-law Mr. A. (*. Gamble. Friday
morning he -was informed Unit ho
must return to the Moyie if he did not
wish to have the Gamble residence
quarantined.   Mr, Howker  want back
to the boat. AH others who bad left
the boat wen* gathered together in the
same mm,no,' uud spent Inst night
aboard the steamer. How lrng tbey
will remain there must be determined
by tho health officers but they will be
there for several days at least.
So far as the disease is concerned
there is no danger whatever nf an outbreak of any kind. Dr. Lallan has
looked after th- matter thoroughly nnd
has closed up every possible channel,
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
��� -V*-^-**-*******.**^*.
- V****>W V*W. V��*i**'*VVVVV^ ���
ARE YOU ALIVE
to the fact thai you need and
can   buy  out  of   our stock
NOW
ihe   hcsi    all-the-year-round
footwear to be hail in thin city',
it
that will   suit you ?
prices
Come and  inspect our slock.
Wc  will   not   be  undersold.
Bring Vour Repairing.
LILLIE BR05.
- **^*****j!y<*>M*>^(**lM^��***^
Rev. David Lning will occupy the
pulpit of the Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning.
The Oinderilla OInb conducted a
most successful and enjoyable dance 111
Fraternity Hall last night.
Loots Levesque, of Knbsou, left Nelson yesterday on a trip to California
whele lie will spend a month.
Fred Starkey, of the Parson's Pro-
dine Co.. arived in Nelsnh yesterday
nini will be here for several days.
Mr. Edwili'd Biillook-Webster, a
brother nf the Provincial Chief of l'o-
lice, is al the Hume lor   a lew days.
Dr. T. l'\ Stoddard has plaoed a telephone in his ollice in the Madden
block, Waul and linker Streets. His
number is 168.
The Kiikiiiieo eiime in yesterday and
will keep the ice open on the lake dnr-
ing the present cold snap. Tbo 0. P. B.
boat e���me in on better lime lasl
uighl owing to the ice having been
broken np.
Yesterday was 11 dull day in the Police ConrlS us Uinn were   no  culprits
nrraigued   before  Magistrate   Crease.
The police force    were   all busy attend
in*_ to the details of tbe quarantining
of the smallpox suspects.
The ico on the river was good yesterday and a large number of people en-
joyed tbe skating, The weather wus
about perfe't   tor   skating   and   those
wbo enjoy the winter's sport are praying foi ico today iiiiii Sunday.
The Knights of Pythias of Nelson
will hold specinl soivioos at the Presbyterian Church tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock and all visiting Knights
are requested to attend Knights will
meet in the lv. P. ball at I! o'clock and
will attend the services 111 a body.
<'. <:i:i:i;\ R g, iii;iii:\ts
GREEN & CLEMENTS
ivil   Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors.
. O. Dox 115 Nolson, 13, ('
There is a Clearing Out Sale of Gents'
Furnishings on at O'REILLY'S.
Turner Beeton& Co.
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON. Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
+4-++++4>+4>+4-+++'*4.+*4'++++++4'*++++'* + ++4++++*+++++++*+4'++
��� ���
j Ross, Lee & Taylor j
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee.
Victoria Street, Nelson,
(Opposite the Postofllce);
ALSO   EDMONTON,   ALTA.
DKALRRS   l\	
FLOUR,   FEED,
GRAIN   AND   HAY.
CAR   LOTS   A   SPECIALTY.
Correspondence Solicited.
>������������������*. ������.������..������������������������������.��������� *���*.���*. ���������������������������������������������������������f
THE
WM. HAMILTON  MANUFACTURING CO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY       j
PETERBOROUGH.    ONTARIO,    .
P. BURNS & CO._
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
CANADA.
MEAD OFFICE NEL30N. B. C\
ftr-z-*.������*�������� ���>���-��-?���:
-lohn   F.   Coyne,   CheTterville,
J.    K.    Kilos,   Spoktne;   P.   ll.
Cheney, Cheney, Wnsli.
Nil
���I'll -
,:|T ONE PATIENT.
Sn_ii>wlia|
Bmrtllpox   faire
Premnture.
. ""' ""Mllt-nj   situation   in  Ncl-om
"1 no  imams   alarming.    The   nne
���"���"'���i' J. Oln7too.l1 atflloted with
' ""���"'i'i tj-pe ot tbe_l_u_w ami
'���"""""i- iar__tinB oomfortablyat
' 'omltnl whioh wai ereat*
"   ���"���t'Ol.y
"' la "i
��lt. p-tk,
'Hi-i,t|���
the
Mi Lund's
'i  mfferen  in,,   tliONtt   who
'"""i-iM to retwn to or to rt_y
,^"" ���"���'"'��������� I Moyie. Thn crow of
,���,,;."*",ik"l" i" the bout with but
^���"���M.nio-1.7.    It WU with the
A half Interest in tlio two claims
known as the Bine Jay end Hamming
Bird wen* transferred yesterday from
... \V. H. Wiitren, of Nelson, to" J. F.
HoWpii, nf Nelson, for a consiiieration
of |300. The claims urn on Morning
Mountain mar Sandy Creek, nnd are
in the Nelson Mining Division.
Chief Bullock-Webster, of thu Provinoial Police, arrived in Nelson lust
night anil will assume chni'Ke of his
ofllee today. Hn lias heen away on a
holiday and for the last fow duys the
ofllco has linen racaut, as Constable
Kelly, who wus in charge, went awa\
with the local contingent for .Stratli-
cuim's Horse.
The Kuests of thu several hotels in
town were jint to a Kood deal of dis-
cnmfnrt by the fumigation of the
rooms which had heen occupied liy lhe
people who enme in on thn Moyie Wednesday night Mr. H. D. IInine was
uiiulo quite sick by itihalin.* Ihe fumes
of sulphur   while the   Hume hotel was
undergoing fnroigatlnn.
In regard to the reoenl trouble at
thn Free Library the majority of the
library readers seem in sympathize
with the custodian nf the library.
The man whn calmed the unpleasant
nesa hns for some time been condnot-
iug himself in a disagreeable ami dis-
orderly mannei and deserved to be
eluded from the Library.
Thu (Ins Works are rapidly approach-
ing completion and citizens may soon
expeot u service for lhe oily, 'i'he gas
tank will hold about (10,000 cubic feet
of gas. The water tank which acts as
a seal for the gas tank holds about
1)50,000 gallons .if water. The cilv
will lill the water tank for tho company as thoy have no facility for doing
so themselves.
The street ear system of Nolson has
(17,101,611) (Hi  a mascot.   Fnr the' past lew days a large
  Newfoundland   dog   has   kepi in very
I close touch with the car 00 Baker
street. He joins the ear on every
trip at Josephine torn on Baker Street
and follows it to the end   (f  the   line,
returning to Josephine Stioet and Baker. At this "imint he wails until tbe
Otr again puis in 1111 appearance anil
again 1*04(5 it oompany,
The Minn bus bean reqnestod lo ask
tbe people of Nolson lo donate what
reading matter tbey may have and not
desire   to   keep to thi imfri'liinalo  ill*
diivduals who are quarantined   In the
Steamer Moyie. Any one having iniig-
ranch 111 H-e a/in,-I, novels, etc, is requested to
leave them nt Tbn Minei ollice. The
Minor will see that they aro sent to
those for whom they aro  intended.
An accident that narrowly escaped
ending filially, occurred at thn ship
yard yesterday afternoon. While skat-
1���   *#.  �� VC..D���.1.    ���  0(  th6
broke
through the ice anl in a moment   was I tram
striiglging iu Ibe water.    Kiicnmbnrnd 'Ont.
by his skates and benumbed by the icy
WBter^be was in imminent   danger  of
drowning when he was   rescued   by   a
Mr. Blackburn nsslstsd   by   one of the
section   men.    Mr.    McBeath was taken to his   home ami  was quite ill last
night as a result oi bis plunge into the
water.    Several    nther    persons   have
ban narrow eoapes from going through
the ice and   great   cuution should   be
used as to what   parts of the river  are
used for skating.
In connection   with tbe piesonoe   of
smallpox in the city it   is   Interesting
to know that   about   a   year   ago City
Clerk   Btrunhan   anticipated that snch
an outbreak might occur and thonght
iof tin* seiinus consequences which
'would ensue if the  disease should gain
a footing  among   the   Indians.    With
characteristic forethought Mr.titrachan
winte to the Minister of   Interior  and
requested that tho proper  authorities
should see that all the Indiana   on   tho
Kootenay   Reservation  were  proparl)
vaaoinated,   An answer was  leoeived 1
sniing   that   steps would betaken   to j yV/��l *f fliac
carrv out such a i-recantii'ii.    Nothing'  ���" alvllt"|
more   has  been   heard   of the  matter
and there.is a probability it went  the
usual way of many snch requests.
At tho  annual   general   meeting   of
lbe   Canadian Mining Institute which
will bo held in the Club Room,   Windsor Hotel,   Montreal,   011   Wednesday, 1
Thursday and Friday, 7th, Sib anil llth   Fine   W.-ttcl
of March.    British Columbia   will   be
represented by the following gentlemen
wbo will contribute and read   the  following papers 1   Notes on Coarse   Concentration at Whitewater,    11.   C,   by
Mr. S. S. Fowler, 8, B., E.    M.   Nelson, B,   O.I   On   the    Pntrographical
Character .if 1 he (ire from the Republic
Camp, by W. F. Ferrier.   B,   A
M. E, Rossland ; Notes on   the
Slur   Mine,   by ,f.  Cj,  Pinker,
Cranhrook,   B. ('. ;   Subject
Branch Markets in Rowland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, iiew Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall ro any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
(iLOKIOUS NEWS
Conies from Or. D. B. Cargile. of
Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bitteis have cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which bad
caused her Buffering for years Terrible sores would bleak out on her head
aud face, and the best doctors could I
give no help; but her cure is complete 1
and hex health is excellent." This:
shows what thousands have proved���
tbat Electric Bitters is the best blood
purifier known. It's the supreme
remody for eczema, tetter, salf rheum,
uloers, boils and running sores. It
stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
expels poisons, helps digestion, builds
up the strength. Only all cents. Sold
by Canada Drug & Book Store.
HIGH GRADE
(JJlAyJU^ 4MUMJLS ft&t   'f%U
*    .     ��_
*LtVil~ fto(hUAp/   4b   TfXO /fn^A7Ttf   Af
Clocks
&+*9f**9r***w**9**9F*'&**w**w~*'*w*'9**01!*' Qt*&**Gt**9**H'*9'**9**99*��*9**9t**9***w,��4w'' ���*���"���
At PATEnI^J IF    Y0U    SM0KE '
Si
North
M.   ll.,
nit   announced, by Mr.   Herald V.    Hopkins,
Silica, 1). 0. ; Nnles on   a Prospeoting
ex- j Trip in Northern Omenicn, B,   C, by
Mr.  II. C. Mnsgiavn, Duncan.    B.   C. ;
Some Methods of Ventilating Prospeot
Shafts and Tunnels,   by   Mr.   Alex.
sharp, M. E,.   Rosslnud 1  The  Bight-
Honr Law in British Columbia and it-
Oonsequenoes,   1
Clock  and  Jewelry
repairing*.    Work   unci   goods
guaranteed  positively.
Patenaude Bros*
NELSON,  B.O.
fining $tocks
t
lloui.111, and Sold.
Silver
Sumptcr,
Star
Ore.
Mining
Call for F
Mr.   Bernard Mac-
50110 Hi
1000  \'ooiida\
Stock   of
rospectus.
orn Treasury, A snap
licholieu
nalil. M.K.j Kossland, B. C,
E, K.
West,
Mines B(Md on
AT THE HOTELS.
Phaii��� E. V. .lohnsoii,   Ottawa;   I).
N.   Fell,    Athabasca:   K.   P.   Barns,
('rcenwniid; .1.   vi.  Stewart.  Qreen*
wood;  !���'.   Starkey,   Rossland;
Wright,  Fort   Steele;   Howard
New Denver.
Hume���C, E. Kuckly, Toronto; D.
Mct.eod, Trail; Mrs. Blood, Robson;
.1. W. McLaughlin, Robson 1 P. Boss,
Hamilton; Frank U Peine, Toronto:
E. Bnllock-Wi-bsler, Keremei': F. H.
.loiilan,  Nakoss;   Andiew   Tufts, Mrs.
Roberts,    Vancouver;   P.     Thomas,
Brooklyn,
nud Central���Jno. Pearson, Color
Wm.  Qrotcbtleld,   Salmo;
Trail:    I,.      LllDgllon,
.    .      U,    MoLeod, Center
Maodonald, llnssland ; It. W.
Here's 11 good buy :
Referendum Treasury
mi installments TJio., i'.,
Mouse and Lot in
lion of town, $.1500.
OAM, ON-
I-tu
II. A. PfiOSSER.
SMOKE OUR CIGARS *
������������������������
They are made in your midst, 01 the finest Havana Tobacco.
Where f,'Ood  Cigars are  sold  thev can  be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay Belle.
Unioti  made.
������������������������.
L Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.
NELSON, B.C.
#.,��!,��1.��<,��.,��.,#.,>..��H #,.>.��_>.->.-#..<,^,-��,-#'.��.-��_<-*#"��l��-lll��
The Nelson EleckicTram way Go.Ltcl
j LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
Large number Choice Building  Lots adjacent to the
mess por- line of their Tramway.    For price and terms of sale  apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald  Block,   Corner  of
Josephine  and Vernon Streets.
T. C. DUNCAN, Secretary
lock,    Sold
��� per month,
HUOKlin,
WAI! 11 .VI'.
ing  Mr. Harry MoBeath,   ono
olerk*  in    Ihe    Poit    Of--*.
(ir
ado  City
Wm.     Sailer.
Kiugiiiine:    A,
train ; D. am .,- 	
(Jodninli,    "       *       Mio'lloniild.     .1
( ain|ibell,
sou, V'red
IC  Blone, -m -, ���
Belleville; ,1.   W,    Crabtree,   Silver
]''rank Ciunubell.   Hilvertnn;   ,1.
greenwood ; Johu Matlienou, I
J,   Witlmloi-,   Ceutre��.
U.    W.    MacDonald,
Silver    Ring none I Di  wi'-
Mcl'arrie,   Greenwood 1 M.
Mhabasca; ,lno.    McKentry,
(.'rabtn
Public Library Meeting
Th" animal meeting of tlm lobrarib*
ers tn the Nelson   Library   Association
will be held in the schnnlronni   of   Si
Savinur'n Bpl-Copal   Ohnroll   on   Wednesday Slat l''ebiiiary a S p.   m. for the
FOR MACHINERY
WIRE ROPE AND ROPEWAYS
Hlolcherl ami KallMle Bpitonm,
WATER TUBE BOILERS
llabrni'k mul Wlleox.eti.
GAS and  OJL~ ENGINES,
FLEXIBLE METALLIC TUBING, -to.
Kiuu ;
L. Chose,
D.   Molntyre,
VV. STARMER S'MITH _; CO.
Paper Hanger,
Glazier,   Pa.-r._er,    E.c-
porpose of receiving'reports of offloeriI ^PP'r to T p rn ppnprpn 	
ami electing new directors for ermiing | -��� will UXlUr IO, .M.I..M K, j * ,
l,K,^,Y,s!S,:K nelson, b. c. Chimney Sweeping.
OrtO I'lCKUiMHiiN Sc CiiiiiTs.Vancoiivei .	
Ollice, Ward St. opp, Opera Mouse
suing
all Inter*
is particn-
year.    A full nttendance nf
esled in tho l.inrary   work
larly reqneited,
MBS, A. L. M'CUU-OU*..
Htcretery.
KN0INKKI18 AND AOKNTS.
luriMATIB.    PLANS.    REPORTS.
<
Jr NELSON DAILY MINER, SATURDAY,  FEBRUARx   17.  1900.
�����1 jifa���_< tAwm ���
'���-���ith-i^. **��  M__��_i
GEN. FRENCH HAS
RELIEVED KIMBERLI
Continued from First l'n-i'.
statement ou tbat date. If that be so
there is every reason to believe that
the session will not be so long as many
anticipate, Prorogation should be
readied by the . Ith May at the very
latest. Sir I libber! Tupper left today
or Vancouver, Hia trip is party business uud parly political.
MISCELLANEOUS
SENTENCED TO DEATH,
New Vork, Feb. Id.��� Roland   Hum-
bum Molinenx was Beneooed   today to
hair during   the
support oi the army estimates today,
the Liberal leader Sir Henry Cnnip
li'll-Haniieriiiaii, after reaffirming the
Intention of the Lihoralfl to do anything ueoesaary for a stnte proseoution
of the wai, said the one   thing  domi- , ^(|     yje   ejeotr]c
iiatlng   tho  ilebatu was the  suspioloii | w(i(,k (|f M,,n.h ..,;
that compulsory service was projected- j _���..
He did not believe iln- Qovernmnt   in
tended    Ibis, but   the
Prorhiei was another matter.   Goncef
mm by ballot   he declared was a com,
l,in.ili,>ii of   press   men   and   rouletle,
which was a very   onriignlfl-d   way oi
increasing the   strength    which   (Ileal
Britain had uiortgngi.il in the endeavoi
to benefit ber neighbors  in Every   pan
of th. world   '^he la new, he concluded reaping the fruits of   this  policy.
The Government l?arler,A   J. Balfour,
replied that no amount  oi ellort could
make Loid Salisbury's   speech   appear
to favor coiiscriptii'ii.  Another speaker
in the House  of   Lords,   he  asserted,
had referred to  compulsory seivice liiil
he was a former colleague (f Sir Henry
Cnropbell-Haiini'i iiiiiii.      Mr.     Balfour
-aid he would   gladly   welcome   some
practical suggestions but hiul waited [including a number ot pieces from Ollmoro's
vainly fir Sir Henry lo suggest a ,
method of meeting the heavy military
responsibilities. Tin speaker congratulated Sir Henry ou escaping lhe fault
which hud not been avoided by fume
Important people in the other House.
Sir Henry Gauipbell-Banneruian bad
showed ui> panic anil had nut iu tones
u1 trembling emotion told them the
country was endangered unless it
mobilized tbe Heel. He had taken a
saner view of Ihe posiliou. Doubtless
there wuh one great and expected difficulty which lbe Governmeut would
endeavor to retrieve as rapidly as pos-
slble, but the position did cot equal
tones of panic, least of all from the
uoble lord wbo bud and deserved to
have the light tu lead public   opinion,
b Qovernmnt  in 1 ������
intention of the ! jSjelSOIl (TOra MOUSe
mutter.    Cnncep- I 1
My llffl Fel. 1.
GRAND
MUSICAL CONCERT
���a nl lie produced by tho use of oue of
Edison's Largest Phonographs
Two Minn*- tlf
Musical Selections
..mul ami st'Vi'i'itl of Ilie
Most   Popular   Songs
Advortlsoraoii_tlnsortod under thlshoadat
tho rutn of ouu cent a word per insertion.   No
advert Isoniont I ukon for loss than 2;5 nents.
WANTKD.���Smart    boy     to    deliver
paroels,   Martin O'Bielly & Co.
wanted.���Position as stenographer,
Best of references   given,    Apply   at
Miner Ollice.       MRS. WAKKMAN.
WANTKD.���For    three    people,    two
rooms with board in central   part   of
town.    With bath   preferred.    Address
li, Miner Ofllce.
Full BALIS.���A good Boarding Honse,
situated corner Josephine and Vernon, containing 2.1 rooms with furniture, Call at premises nr address Post
Offloe Box 17/1.
LOST.���A   walking   stick.    Made out
oi  cedar bark.    Missintr  from Royal
Hotel,    A   suitable   reward   will    be.
given,   Apply lo F, 1.. Osier,
WANTKD. ���Boys   aud girls to   strip
tobacco.   'i*'ifty cents a day, and  as
much nioro as they  oan earn.    Kootenay Cigar jompany.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at  the  fol-
lowing news stores at five cents per
copy:
(iilliiirl Stanley
'llioinson Stul ionery Oo
- x>k Co
Loudon,   Feb.    IT.���Tlm   Standard
publishes the following dispatch   from
Wodrnai, dated Thursday at midnight : "Offloial news bus liiau ic-
ei'ived here that General French arrived at Kimberley today and dined at
the club this evening. "
London, Out, Keb, IB,���Win, Pu
Chairman of tin* executive oonimittee
of the Traokiueos' Union, was today
notified by the O. T. li. that his sn-
vices were uo long-] required. Pole
has been working for the company lor
HP years.
Hy Nuird Singers,
The programme will include:
Miserere   Cornet   and  Trombone
Duet liy   (lilnioie's  Hand
The Tear (Sentimental Quartette
Song)  Hy Edison Quartette
How Would Vuu Like to lie the Ice
.Man? -..Will Denny
l.iive's WhiBpai'	
liy Edison Grand Symp, Orchestra
u. Promise Me   Operatic Selection
 liy George Gaskin
Georgia    Camp    Meeting���Banjo
Solo    By Osinan
I Waul to Go  To-morrow (Comici
Dan Vi.  Qniun
Under the   Double    Kagle���March
('Union's Band
Descriptive Recitative   Song���Firo
A Iiiiiii      .  ..New York Quartette
Recitation���Foot-ball	
.  Uncle Weathersby
Trombone   Solo���The    Toreadors'
Song        (liliuore's Baud
In a lluuilred Fathoms Deep....
       By F. Stanley
Echoes of Minstrelsy	
Uncle Josh in the Department Store
Kentucky Rnlm, and Manv  others
Nelson
Nelson
Cumula Drag &Hook Co. Nelson
Hotel Hume News Stand Nelson
Hotel l'lialr News Stand Nelson
li. Campbell Ymir
0. V. Nelson Now Denver
J. V. llolnnoy Kosoberry
U. A. llriulsliniv Slocan City
Sloi'iinNowsCo. Sandon
Thomaon Bros. Vnncouvor
Lamonl k Youiik Knslo
li. A. King&uo. Greenwood
and  News   Agents   on   boats  ant1
trains out of Nelson
There   is  a   Clearing   Out   Sale ii> GeijW
FUri)ishii)gs oi) at O'REILLY'S,
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO, LiMiTKii.���Corner Vor
noa nml Collar Streets. Nolson, niaiiu-
fucLurors of ami wholesale dealers In Mrated
waters anil fruit syrujle, Sole agonal for Halcyon Springs mineral water,
NELSON SODA WATER FAOTORY ' i i
-S. M. Cummins, Leases. Kvory known , ,
variety of soft drlnkn 1'. 0, Hoi 88. Tolo-
plume No. 31. Hoover Btroot. Nelson. Unit lei a , ,
al the humous SI. Loon lloi Sprains .Mineral ' *
Water,
I |ii>ii#ii>ii>ii<ii<i 9   9   1   t   -**u��*.i*n*ii*"*"*"*"M">"*"*">"*'i*n��
COMMISSION MEROHANTS
HJ- EVANS & OO.-B--iter Street Nol
��� win, wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars
reinont, lire b��lok and ttreoliy, water pipe and
steol rails and genernl cor.unli'slott nierchanls.
GRAiN, HAY AND OEREALS
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows t
Java and Arabian Mooha. per pound., ...8 !<���
���lai a anil liui'lia Blend, _ pounds 1 00
Blue Santos, i pounds  l oo
Sanlos lilenil, a pounds  100
Our SpeolalBleno, 8 pounds.,  l oo
Our Wo Roast, lipoilnds  I no
A TSUI OBIIF.K slll.lt III II.
Salesrooms:
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W.  BAKER ST.
Nelson,      -      u. c.
BRACKMAN & KER MILLING CO.
I.iMiTKu.���Front Sireet, Nelson, whole-
salo dealers in flour, meals, etc., and liny
anil grain. MillH nt Kilmonton, Victoria ami
New Westminster. Klovnmrs on Calgary k
Kilinnnlini Railway.
~QRb0ERIES~~
A MACDONALD & o6.-Ooruer Ver-
��� noii aiid josoplilno streets, wholesale
-rimers and Jobbers in blankets, gloves, putts,
hoots, rubbers, inaekinaws anil miners' sundries.	
FWE8H AND SALT MEATS
P  BURNS 4 CO-Waker Street,  Nolson,
���   wholesale dealers in fresh anil oured
meats.   Culd storage.
W   -Btfter Street. Nelson,   Wholesale deal
ers in f ro-h and oared moats.
HARDWARE &  MINING SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
UNliTKU-Baker Street, Nelson, whole-
-alo dealers In hardware and mining supplies,
plumbers'and tinsmith's supplies.
NELSON HARDWARE  CO.   Whole-
salo paints and oil-,.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER.   BEETON   &   00. -Corner
I     i emon and Josephine Street*,  Ne'.ion
whol
gOOil
JUST   RECEIVED
Aniiihi.r frosh conslgnmonl ol our
FAMOUS EXCELSIOR
Brand of Mocha ,������1 toaCofftO, JJSPIjtoi �� tho best Jud^to ahove art ���'lo to he
ASK   FOR   IT
As ll. Is sure lo please even Iln- most fastidious,   Kor sale only by ihe
The Western Mercantile Co., Ltd,
Successors to M. DesBrisay & Co.
We are showing a
First-Class Line of
wholesale dealeiH in liquors rlgars and dry
ds. Agents for Pabst Urowing Co. of Mil-
i-kee anil Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY CO.-Wholesale gro-
oorTesanailqaoMi etc., Baker St.. Nelson.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE * FRUITS
I Y  GRIFFIIN  _  OO. ,
_1��    ana Josephine Streets. Nelson.^ utlolesnlc
ioalers in provisions,
eijgs.
Corner   Vernon
. wliolesale
uroil meats, bultur and
SASH AND DOORS
REISTERER & CO.,   Nm fffl-.r^'NW
,..,,     ���    'x-.a.....     .............a...��,...   ...    .i.,'r
Ailniissioii -a cents
il") cents at usual place
Reserved seals
Brewers of Pine Lager
Beor nnil Porter.
Drop  in  and  see us.
Washington,   Feb.   10.���T_orrl   Rose
bery's statement in  Parliament to the |
effect that   last December, lhe   llrilish
(ioverninent  made   unsuccessful over
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO k B1.00AN RAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. k THAU. CO.
NELSON,
B.C.
llull SiieeisT'Nelsun, manufacturers of nnd
wholesale dealers In sash and doors; nil kinds
Of lai'lory work niiule to order.
I Schedule of Timi'.       Poolfio Standard rime.
1 I I'lll'ectlvc  I ih'iia.y 1st. l!����l
KAMIX) -S: SUllAN HV.
l*assonger train for Sandon anil way ^tntions
lures to   the   Lulled   States  and Oer-1leaves   Kaslo at s a. in- daily.    ItoUirning,
...iicsriaadon ol  1.1a p.lu��� arriving at Kaslo
many for an alliance has caused the
greatest surprise among the state Department of America, and while thev
.are not in a position to mnke au otli-
iial denial they do not hesitate privately to aswrt iheir I��norano8 of any
overtures of the kind described. GUI-
eials here Intimate that from their position as an opponent of Ihe present
English Government, Lord Ro_ebery
is not in a posiliou In speak by the
card as to what look y'aco in mailers
as important ns this.
le
STANLEY CUP STAYS .
WITH SHAMROCKS
1 INT-Si.NATlONAI- NAV. &.TI.AI). CO,
Opcninnj; on ICoolcii'iy Li-kennd River.
3(r. "InliTimtiouul leaves Uu.ilu for Nelr-on
iu ii ii. in. daily except -S.nulny. Ketorning.
Ipuvi'H Ne!r-o;i ut _��30p,t_l*i calliiiK dt Italfour,
I'ilol Mny, Ainnworlli und nil -Aay points, Cou-
ncou with H. K. _t _���?. Ir.iin to ;ui<i fiom Spo-
ktvae nt Five Mile Point.
LARDO-DUNOAN   1)7 VISION.
str. ���*Alli*~rt V loavoa (Casio lor Lnttio and
Ariruntn i.i B^Opm Wcdnesdnyfl
Eftoatnera oaU at principal laudingH In both
ilirmition.-, and at otner point.' whon t-fgnalled
Tlfikntr- **oltt to all point-** in  t.anadu and the
Unltod 1=1 nt .�����.
Tonriccitain rntew and full inforuiatiun, ad-
droH' :
HUHKllT IKVINU,
Mana((or, Kaslo. fi. C
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Fron> Portland, Me. '
Allan Line "Cnlitornfan"* 1*"<-1>. __! j
F'roin Halifax. FebJ��|
Allan Lino "Monuolinn" (DlrCCtJ Mnrcli 7
Dominion  l��lne "Uoniinion" March '\
Krom   Halifax March 1
Oominion Une "Cninlironmi-" (Dlroot)Marco 10
From St. John. N.H.
Beaver Line "Xola" rob. 88
Frum Halifax Feb. 2.)
Heaver Lino "Lako Ontario". .. .......larch7
From Halifax Mnrel. 8
From Hoston
1 .omtnlon   Line   ' rnnada" Feb. _S.
From Now York
Ounard Line "Campania" -"'eo. 21
Cunard Line "Umoria" March ft
VVhito Star Line "Teutonic". Feb.28
\Vhito Star Lino "Germanic"  March 7
Ant hor   Lino   "Kthiopia" March 3
American Line ''New  York"      March 7
Wed  Star Line "Frie_-h_i.d"    Feb '-'H
North German Lloyd '������faali." March 6
Allan State. l.ino "State of Neliniska' .March t
Past-iaKOrJ nrranged to and from all Kuropuan
point H. For ralon, tickets and full infermation
aiitilylot'.R U, depot agent or O K. lleasloy,
City Paasengei AKent, NelBon, B.I-
W, 1>. F. CUMMINGS,
OennrnJ Asront. P, P. R. Offlniw   -AMnnlreR
Canadian o
w Pacific K
AND SOO LINE.
Gookino Stoves & Ranges
Which we are offering""at
VERY  LOWJPRICES.
CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED,
IMFORTiHI-S   OF
Shelf & Heavy Hardware,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
PLUMBING and TINSMITH ING
A SPECIALTY.^^^
LOUCK MEETINGS.
Continued From First Pago.
mul velonid on liehalf of tlio uouuoll
and oltisens at Bioadway 'iiill hall,
whore tbi'y wero given u spli'iidiil nn'iil
accompanied hy the best wishon of   Ihn
Wlnmpegere..
Uret'tiwood, 15. C., Peb. B.���The
final payment was mad'' lodny on thn
Red Hock, Greenwood Camp, of
111,980, A Sbeibrooke, yne., coin-
puny hoiiKhl the claim last suiunni for
*_6,000.
���J&^*ti. '���    ''���    '*���    F'        Kooll-',a''   '-O-lr!-
yyj^^r    No. it',, inectHOVfi')'Monilnynielli
-_F�����^-   in  tlii-li llull, Kootenay Ktroot
.Sojourning Odd rellowa cordially Invited.
.lohn Bcoloy, N*. a.  John A, McRae, V. a.
Ii. W. Ruthorlotd, Soc.
COllItT KOOTENAlf, I. i>. V.. So. B188
.\i,, iii.k- iimi -.ml uii Thursday. Fraternal
lwll. .1 A Irving 0, It.   W. B. ishaw. R, H,
NFI,SOV 1..0.L. No. lfiitt moots in iho Mac-
Iionald blook every Thursday rvi'iiing in H
o'clock. Visiting members cordially Invited
It. Robinson. W. St.: M. era winni. It. M.
NELSON LODGE, Xo. ill, A. K. k A
M. moots second VVodnosday in cnoh
iiionlli.   Vi��iiin_ brotliern tvolcomo,
Torouto, Feb. lis.���Mayor Maodonald
this morning oabled to Lord Lena-
downii, Beoretary of War. mi behnlf of
tin cifizi'iis of Toronto, obngrfltnlatlng
tlio Impel ial anthorltiea upon the hoc-
rowfal relief of Kimberley.
Ottawa, Feb, hi. ���I." Temp* the
Ptenob Liberal oruan oi this city pub-
lllbed an item lasl night to lhe effeot
that the thne Canadians conrtmar*
lialleil at Belmont for sleeping on duty
were French. Lieot.-Ool, I'niuult,
deputy mioi-ter ol militia, however,
uives the  Btory   au   empbntio   denial.
NELSON AKIMI': No. -.���-.'. F. O. E., moots
every second and fourth Wednesdays;of each
ii i on 11). Visiting ini'inlsr- cordially ini'It-
.1 It. V/niv. Seoretory.
Nttl-iON'S   QUEEN    No.   211
a;=5_^   sons   OF    ENGLAND,   moots
A>,   lirsl   and    third   Wnliu-day   nf
Sr\ t'j1    Oaoh   nionlh    lit    I'nitl'l'ally  halt,
'"'''ill    oorner  of   linker   and   Kuutiaaiy
*   -ticei-.   Visiting lirillicrii i-onl-
^.=s#   lull) Invited.
Jims Watson, Secretary.
. NEWON   LODGE   No.   i'. R,   ���l I'
A.iiii't'1- in K. in' I'. Iii'll. nihil, Hon,.blook
ovorv  Teeeday  ovonlng ni  8 o'clock
..mi i-lsltiiig knlgbts cordially invited
i.   ��� ���,   -  '.
O, Jin. K. of It. and*..
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven Hint 30 days
after date, I, Joseph Walker, of Kitch-
tior, R. U., intend to apply to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, for the pnrohase of forty acres
(���101 of onBurveyed and unoccupied
Government land situated at what is
known ns Goat River Grossing and
described as follows: Starling at a
post marked Joseph Walker's S. W.
Corner.ahnut live miles or thereabouts,
oastery from (lout River Canon and
abont three miles west-rly from tho
town of Kitchener near line of (row's
Nest Fans Railway, thence 1,320 feet-
northerly lo N. W, Post, thence 1,8-0
feet unalerlv lo N. E. Posi. thence
southerly 1,830 feet to S. E, Post,
thence 1,830 feel westerly to place of
commencement.
JOSEPH WALKER, Applicant
January 26, moo.
The direct route from
KOOTENAY COUNTRY.
(null points
EAST   and   WEST.
Fiist-Cliiss Sleepeis on ell trnius from
REVELSTOKB & KOOTKNAY LDG
Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
Incorporated 1869.
lal.lll.l l*nldilli.     .    .    .     si.ns-,.n-ii.isi  1   Kent -sl.iiHi.iiisi.n,
Hearii nl" itii'r.inr-:  Thoroafl E. Kcnney, I're--idcnt j  Thoiuns ltilchie, V_oe*preeldent,
Mii'hail Iniyer. Wiley Smith,  H. G. amid, Hon. H. II, Fuller, ll.l..t'��� Hon. David MncKeen
ll.ail OMIrr, llnllliiM
General Manager. Kd--on I,. Pens.', Montroal.
Muncrlntcnilent of Hrnnctics. W. H. 'forran-e. Ilalllax.
Impeetor, W, F. Hrock, Halifax.
Mcrotary. I*. M. Btevrut. Montreal.
Ill a 11, h, - !
N.na m'.hiii   iiiiiii, ���: Branch, AnUgonlih, Brldgewnter, 1
Main.in,I (Hants Co.). Plcloii,   Port Hniikcbury, Syilnay
X_va M'.niii   ll.iliii,-. Branch, Antlgonlih, Brldgewnter, Quysboro. Londonderry, LunenhurL.
'nuy. Bnubenaeadlo, Truro, Weymnuih.
New Brunswick���liatiiurHt.   DorchMtor. Freitcricton, Kin_slon iKoid Co.l. Moncton. Nru
istlo.Sitckville. Woodstock.   I*. K. lsliiu*l-i:harlotteU>wn. .--uinnierslde.   Queliei-   llonlreiil
 j (City Olttcel, Montreal. West End ICor. Notre lliimo and SulKiiturH HlreeLsi; Wr��unount ICor.
Greene Avenue and Ht. t'nlhiirine-  Street.   Mulnrlo-Ottawa.   >.u lann.ilaii.l   -*   i-
TOURIST CARS pnss Medicine Hat I ��'iibn, H>si ladles-Havana. I ailed Males���Now York (10 Kxohange Plaeol Republlc.Wnsh.
daily for St. Paul, Sunilays ami   Wed
nesdays   for    Toronto,    Fridays    for
Montreal and Boston.
Kn ine cars puss Revelstoke one (lay
oarller
Woodstock,    Pel'.    Hi.���The    Decker
ooantorlelten  wen-  on   trial    today
The evidence up to the 110011 adjournment went to show Ihat the accused
lunl a thorough up-to-date plant for
counterfeiting purposes and Unit hiniiii
of thein were worked under assumed
positions.
Kingston, Peh. 18.���Dr, A.  s.   OU*
ver, au old resident of this piece, died
suddenly last night.
Ottawa. Pel'. HI.���The budget will
11 down a wisik from Tuesday next,
It i- expected tbut lbe Minister of Poland will he aide to malic his llnaiieial
OHURCH DIRECTORY,
8 Saviour's [EnomhiiI Cii-ncn t'onior
Ward and Ml I lon **t-. Sundays: Holy Com-
mini ion Sa in.: and on the 1st ainlHril Hunilnys
in the iiiiiii 1 i 1 after Matttns: Mnltin- nl 11 u.ui.:
Sunihij School i,8n p.m ; Kvenrong 7.30, Dally:
Miittin- nl U-IO 11. to. Thursdays and Hnint'-
Daysi Holy Communion in ,1. m. Kriilio--:
Evensong7.80 p. in., lolloivcd hy choir practice, ii- s- A-kohurs*. Kceior. Fred trvlhe.
Goo. Johnstone, Wardons.
OAIHOMC   CnUBCH���Corpei' Ward ami Mil'
sii'iri. Massuvuri  Sunday nt Band lii.min.111
Bonodiotlon at7.80p.m.   -Ma- ovi rj Hook da)
at T.la ii.ui.   Rev.   Father Ferliuul Rootor.
I'liK.snvTKiiiAN riiiin 11 Servloesal tl a.m.
nnd 7.80 p.in- Sunday School at 8,80 11.111.
I'rayer inet-tliiK Thursday ovonlng *at s ii.m.,
Chrlsthui Endeavor Socio.] moots ovory Mou
dny ovonlng nt 8 o'clock. Rov, It. Freu.
Pastor,
.MK'iuoius-r CHUROR���Cornor ,-lilii'ii auo
Josephine Btreete. Bervlees at 11 a.m, and 7,-fl
p. ni. ; Sabbath Sohool, 8.80 p.m,i Prayor moot-
lug on Friilu> ovonlng nl s o'olook: Epworth
League Q. K.i Tuesday at 8a.m, Rev. John
Robson. l'nstor.
Baptist OBtnton - Borvloea morning and
cvonlnKiii 11 Q.ni.nnd 7.30 11.111.; Prayer poel
in:: iVeaneeday oveninK nt k p,m. the H. Y.
P.U. Molnlny oveninK ut 8 o'olock. Btrallgors
on dlally welcomed,   ltov. ('. W. Itose, il'astor
Salvation Ahmv���flervlo ���: every evening
st 8 o'oloch  In  hurrnckJ uu V cUirl     >*trecl
Adjudaiit I,li:i�� ' iu eharuo.
CONNECTIONS
To and from Robson, Rossland.
Kx. Suo. Ex. Sun.
8.(10 Lv. NELSON Arr.11.40
18.40 Lv.duily NELSON daily Arr.22.10
Morning trniu connects for oil points
in BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Evening train connects to and from
Main Line and points north, and (ex.
Sun.) from nil points in BOUNDARY
COUNTRY.
KOOTKNAY RIVER ROUTE.
Daily. Str. Moyie Daily,
8-.00 l.v. NELSON        Air. 17.20
Connects Kootenay Landing wilb
Crow's Nent lliaiicb trains both ways.
KOOTRNAYLAKK-KA.SI.O ROUTE.
Ex. Sun.        Str. Koknnee.     Kx. Sun
10.00 Lv.        NELSON Arr. 11.00
Saturday to Aigenta and return
leaving Kaslo nt 20k.
SANDON AND SLOCAN POINTS.
Ex. Sun
8.00 Lv.
Kx. Sun.
Ar. 14.40
NKLSON
4 bis NKLSON to ROSSLAND bis 4
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS.
BandfQ_wbTul_ai-tH_Ui.e*o( io u --.-.iim.._._���_,!
MTU tlmo, < -iii. li-v, Inii.r (K'rvlct1.     J
Mr "*���'*��� floia to "��� !',. Pttant 0(Dcb.    FREE nr��Umln- J
mv (-x-imlru-t.nni n_.-_e.   A1 _v*n fee not due until patent * \
Uiwured.   PEr.SlOHAI, ATTKMTI0H GIVEN    l'i YEAR.T *
AOTUALEXPERIENUE. Book. "Howtoobtain Patent!,"
��� t: . tent Un-    I'.it*'iit- procored thro-agh E. U. Slggeri
recelvo iptcliil    notice,   wltlmat   .barge,  In   thej
INVENTIVE   ACE
Ultutrktwl monthly���EleTanth yaar���ternu, 11. a y.ar
Late ol C. A. Snim f. Cn.
"8 FSt., N. W.
jWASHINOTOll.  ���. C.
For rntiv nml full Information addross nenr
o_l localilKont, or
c n. B8A8I1EV t'liy Passenger Akbiii
II. \V. DIUCW, Akoiii, Nol.,n
W. V. ANDERSON, Ft, J.COVI.K,
Trav. Pass. Auont A   (I. I>. Akom,
Nel-rn . Vnnrcuvir
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
r<,iaa -(,,,11.1, ni-:
'auiiilu- Merohanl   Bank ofCanailn.   BetUH���National Shainunt Hnnk.   lliliaun -Ainerli:a
Naiionnl Hank.   San I'r.ni-liico-Fli-t National llnnk.   i.iii.i.iii. ������(���   Hank of Scoilaml.
Fnrlii. Fmui-e -Credit Lronnnlf.   Brriniiilii-Hnnk of ncriniiiln.   i liina nml Japan -Hoiv.:
Kong and Btmngtini BnnkniR tlor)ioritllon.
(leneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling BIHa of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on spcci.i
deposits aud on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
PUZZLE
*li|."i|j Suj/Tnq A*q \anoui Shiabs
inoqn ||i: no.< i|_l o) p3si!3|il aq ||;a\ om pm; sn oas pun u| aiuof)
*StIOOf)  J.SI'IH   "Ml   .VINO   -.pu_t|   pun   ,<|dna.p  os  ||__  tm.*)
NOS1IM   V   >iOlhl��Vd>ldl>l
AHM
i1
Turn
->eo|.!-    of
ihi*,   around
Nelson.
nul
what
is  nuzzling
tin
E.S.SIGGERSI;
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^,,
Land Surveyor.
40n NKLSON b c.
NELSON lT_i
j. IRON *
T WORKS
NELSON, B. C.
Irt.ii iiimI ItriiMi CUllMI of Kvrry l.i".rr_|.
Hun.    l_.|Mi)rH   hu.I    JolthliiK
m __ M-i * t\ 11 _
Spokane  Falls  &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  -&,  Fori
Sheppard R'v,I
Red Mountain R'v.
Tbe i,nly all rail route wltltoui I
change nf cuts betwobn Nolaon null
Rossland and Bpokane nml Rossland
{(DAILY.
l.v. li.l.*ia.ni. NMl.SON, Ar. 6.20 p.m.
Lv. 11.26 a.m. ROSSLAND Ar.800pm,
Lv.  &16 a.in. SPOKANE Ar.6.16 p.m.
Train tbnt leaves Nelson at 0:l.*i a.rc , ,h^ "?;','',''j"S 'ii"'i,',",'y/' '"I'.'1 eoiabided bj
mnkcu cloue oonnectious nt Hpoknno (ci atedallbueoniarot__ina__ Jo__i_ilno _too_ij
all Coast Points. Inonoofths ln-i rmldentlol portloimnf \,''
l'tisseiiifers for KottleRiverand Bound- iJiVli.,'1"'.1.-1" '''���"* y MC0,rt,,l|1 <">"' "h pari
arj- Creek,oouneot nl Mnrcns witb8ta_f<
DaUy.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
A 1,1.   KINDS  OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.
Order.-, by mail receive careful Mini prompt attention
TRAVES.   Manager.
Bakkr Street, Nelson.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Ni;i SON, I'.. i'.
niili. city.
Tho eoiirn of -iniiy Include
II. A, JACKSON, (}. P. AT.A
G. K. TACKABUKY,
Agent, Nelson, B. 0
,���-   -u.irniui   Mini)   llll'lli.li'..   tin- (imiluiii,,,.
tal anil lilitlier lirimehcx nf n iliorniii.li BnKliih
r.n..alion      lli,-lne��R     rue     H.iiikk.'. ,.1 J
./���f*.*"*'.-'* "',"' rV",w,il"�����'��� BoloiioooourS
Snokane Wash I.... bm'i '" ;""1.,lll''l*'ai"''nial; Drawing,
Dpoitane   >vaen sta-FlUp nml An HeetHoworlii Oallrtfisnro-!
Suiwrlof""' IU'U p"rtl0"1'*" *Wiv "" th�� 3'��or
^   NT*
.. L. POGUE...
- KOIl-
Hainess ami  Saddlerj
���Iln-1, lading ���hop. I*a*'-;
��� tod., licit -snorted "tocj
on   lianil.    Ilnines-i,
lm'ri ul lii't rnaaes
illm.     i *-1 - ��� ��� -
Wlilic. Ilruahe-,
ele.
Prloon i-itWuotory.
Cull and son. r.t���r
Cor. Ward  ""ll   '*"
imnsi
cm
... .ail
Hell
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