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Daily Edition No. 781
Nelson, British Columbia, Wednesday, July   18,  1900.
Tenth Year
Uk
HERCHMER
AND HUTTON
Col. Herchmer Alleges That
Gen. Hutton Displaced
Him Without
Cause.
(SPECIAL- TO TIIK MINER.)
Ottawa, July IS.���A report, whieli
Colonel Herchmer semi* to Dr. Borden, opens with u request Unit lie lie
relieved from further services In South
Africa, anil concludes by asking that
an enquiry be made into the reasons
which led to his being deprived of the
command of his battalion aud given
three months leave of absence.
ORDERED TO REGIMENT.
Colonel Herchmer says: "On April
28 1 was at the Olaremont Sanitarium,
near Cape Town, whither I had been
sent by the Medical Board for a few
days' change. On that date I receiveil
& letter from Ueneral Button enclosing a copy of his brigade slate Informing me that both squadrons of my
battalion would be at Bloemfontein
#ou May 1, and that he hoped that I
would be able to rejoin my eiHiimaml
there as he had heard the bat till ion
was in need of a strong couiuuindcr.
Ou May 1 Surgeon Lientenant-ColiHiel
Haines. In charge, discharged mo from
the Sanitarium as lit for duty, and I
reported to theC.S.O., Colonel litter,
and asked to rejoin my battalion.
"After coming to headquarters I
waa ordered to goat once and I arrived
at Hloemfontein on May 7 and reported to Colonel tlordon, C. S. ()., at
the base of Major-General Button's
Brigade, to which the Second Canadian
Mounted Rifles were attached, who
instructed me to proceed to Kronstadt
with the FirBt Cavalry."
HUTTON'S MANNER CHANCES.
Continuing, Colonel llerehnier says:
"When I saw lleueral Button that
afternoon the General was very much
changed to me in his manner. He
told me that I come up without any
order-, having left my staff work
at Capetown without  any  authority.
"General Uutton persisted in this.
although I assured him thnt t never
had beet) appointed to any staff position, and that I had been sent up by
General Sir Foreatier Walker on
orders from headquarters of the army.
The General then said that thc Burgeon of my battalion had reported me
as 'mentally and physically unfit to
command.'
" ln regard to General Button's letter written to me, he said that it was
a private one. Be then offered me
the choice of a medical board or being
placed in charge of a camp of details
he wnH about to establish at Kroonstadt, at the same time adding that if
1 passed the board he would not allow
me to again command. "
Colonel Herchmer goes on to say
how he had gone before the board and
to all appearances was found fit for
duty, and he endeavored to see Dord
Kitchener but was not able to do so.
To end the whole disagreeable treatment meted out to him hy General
Hutton, Colonel Herchmer accepted a
three months leave of absence. He arrived at Quebec on Saturday by the
Parisian.
THE HOUSE.
The House devoted all of yesterday
until 5 p. m. In Concurrence. Mr.
Caron, on the vote for telegraph, complained of the action of the Government in constructing a line to Yukon
when the Canadian liritish Columbia
and Dawson City Telegraph Co., of
which he aad Kx-premler Turner were
directors, had been chartered by Parliament for that purpose, lie said
the company had a claim against the
Government. Mr. Mulock said that
he would lay the matter before Mr.
Tarte when he returned.
Dr. A. Sproule read an Item from
an evening newspaper to the effect
that Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes had
been discharged by Lord Roberts ami
asked If the Government had any Information on the subject.
Dr. Borden said I "Speaking for myself I have none whatever.''
Sir Wilfrid Laurier: 'I may say to
my honorable friend I have no ollicial
Information on the subject."
The Premier,' it will be seen, used
the word "ollicial " which  Shows   he
had other Information of Bemi-official
character.
Dr. Sproule moved that the vote for
supplies and expeuses of an immigration agent in Great Britain and Europe be reduced by $10,000,the amount
of the Increase this year, and the vote
for general immigration expenses by
888,000, Mr. Boggart moved that the
(33,388 to pay the Gilbert Dredging
Company's claim, he struck off. Mr.
Taylor moved to reduce the vole for
salaries in the Rideau Canal by 81,000,
The report of the Debates Committee
giving 93110 additional to the translators was adopted,
ELECTION   AGT.
The amendments to the Dominion
Election Act from tho Senate were
then taken up. The lirst otic, applying the act to the Northwest Territories, the Solicitor lleueral said was in
distinct bad faith with the Northwest
.Members, who had unanimously requested Unit it should not apply. He.
however,   supposed the   lluuse   would
have to accept the amendment. The
act was to apply "as fur as practicable" aud the amendment made it
necessary lo send copies of the voters'
list although there were none in tlie
Territories.
Mr. Kit /pat rick said that whoever
drafted tlie Senate amendments did
not think of the consequences of them.
To thi' clause providing for the preservation of the franchise of the voters
who are volunteers in South Africa,
the Senate had added a provision for
the provisional garrison at Halifax.
The Solicitor-General pointed out
that no provision was made for the
taking of the vote of the latter and as
to whether the men were to go home
or to vote in Halifax. While ubout it
the Senate might have Included the
liritish machinery for such eases.
On the motion of Mr. Davin. the
amendments made applying the Act
to the Northwest was thrown out.
The amendments made respecting
Prince Kdward Island were also
knocked out. The bill goes back to
the Senate practically in the same
condition as it left the Commons.
On the motion to adjourn the House,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier made a touching
reference to the death of Lieutenant
Borden.
MAJOR    BORDEN.
Buffering in health for a few days
from this he stuck to his regiment and
has now given up his life for his country.
The lirst, thought of Dr. llonlen wns
to go und break the news to Mrs.
Borden before It reached her from
others, as it was soon on everybody's
lips.
A  SPLENDID   SOLDIER.
Major Borden, who was a lieutenant
in the -Ith troop of "H" squadron, 1st
battalion, Second Contingent, was lilt
years of age. He was II feet, 3 inches,
and IH'.i pounds in weight, u perfect
figure of a man and with an excellent
physique. He spent a few days in
Ottawa before going to the front and
made many friends.
He has been soldiering   all   liis   life
and although In command uf the King's
Hussars in his native Province, he
took a lieutenancy so eager was he tc
go to South Africa. Besides being
every inch a soldier, splendid horseman and athlete lie was of a happy
disposition and was one of Nova
Scotia's most popular best blooded
sons.
The sad news of  the death of Major
Borden, son of Honorable Dr. Borden,
Minister of Militia, which was received in a cable to Lord Minto from
Lord Roberts, cast a gloom over the
House of Commons and Senate and indeed the whole city of Ottawa, Honorable Dr. Borden .vas In his seat iu
the Commons when the cable was received. He had just replied to a question   put   by Dr.   Sproule   regarding
Lieutenant-Colonel Sinn Hughes.
DR. BORDEN INFORMED.
How to communicate the fatality to
Dr. Borden was discussed by the heads
of the Militia Department. They decided to confer with the Premier.
Colonel Pinault. Deputy Minister,
and Lieutenant-Colonel MacDunald,
came in the Parliament Building and
told Sir Wilfrid. The Premier took
I hem to his room and Bent for the
Minister of Militia.  Sir Wilfrid broke
to him the sad Intelligence which was
given in the following message to
Lord Minto.
"Pretoria, .Inly 17.���Regret to Inform you that Borden'8 sua was killed
in action yesterday.  (Sgil.) Roberts."
Needless to say Dr.Borden suslallied
a severe shock lightened as It may
have been by   the   know .edge Hint his
son hud already distinguished himself
In Ihe campaign and fell while milling
further laurels to a brave soldiers career. It is only a few weeks ago
that young Horden swam the /ami
River ftt the head of a small dctach-
mept and displaced the Hoers, Though]
Canning, N, S.. July lit.���The news
ofthe killing, while in action, in
South Africa of Lieutenant Borden
was received here, his former home,
with deep sorrow. The deceased was
very popular throughout the Maritime
Provinces and was regarded aB an
ideal soldier, lie left Halifax with
the Second Contingent and before leaving said : "1 will not, send those under me to any place that 1 will not go
myself.''
PARLIAMENT     PROROGUED
AFTERNOON AT 3  O'CLOCK.
THIS
CASUALTY KEPORT.
Men In Strathcona's llorso Wounded at Pl.it-
kop.
Loudon. July 18.���It hns been reported to the War Office that No. BMf,
Wetmore, and No. 30, Ball, are dangerously ill. Ball belonged to the first
battalion if the Mounted Rifles and
his home is at Kdmonton. Alba.
At Platkop on Kriday Private (I. S.
Todd of Winnipeg and Private A.Rob-
inson. son of Vi. .1. Robinson of Winnipeg, both of Strathcona's Horse,
were slightly wounded. Private Day-
kin, son of 0, T. Daykin. Lacombc.
N.W.T. 1 Private Sabine, son of Mrs.
Sabine, Winnipeg: Private W. U. McLeod, Prince Albert, and Private Edward Webb, a young Englishman, are
missing.
ACCIDENTALLY WOUNDED.
Captain MacDonnell was Woundod Dy Ills
Own Revolver.
Toronto, .luly lrt.���A special cable
despatch from John A. Kwan to the
Globe, dated Pretoria, June 1:1th. via
London, July lilth. says: "Captain
MacDoncl! of "D" squadron unfortunately shot himself with his own
revolver by accidentally striking thc
hammer against a stone. The bullet
entered his left side, passing through
the liver, and it was at lirst thought
the wound would prove fatal, but
later accounts give good hopes of recovery,
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
Will Open tho Winnipeg Summer BXhibi-
blllon on Saturday.
Winnipeg. Man., July Is.���The first
of the Governor-General's party will
arrive this morning. It will Include
Lord and Lady Mlnto's children,
governess and several servants. They
will   proceed   west   by thi' same train
fur Banff and will go forward to thc
Coast after remaining at  Banff for
a few days. Lord Minto reached
here Saturday night and remains Over
Monday to open the Winnipeg summer
exhibition.
STRATHCONA AT GLENCOE.
Montreal, July IH.���The Star's cable
from London says: "Lady Strathcniia
accompanied by friends left London
this morning for Carlsbad to take the
waters,     Lord Stratliciiiia   intends   tu
spend his usual August holiday at
(Hencoe. lie says there is no truth ill
tlie published Statement that he intends to make a oralis on his yacht,"
TARTE  SAILS.
Montreal, Que., July  is.���A   cable
says that. Tarte sails from Liverpool
July 34th and also Father Lacombc, a
North west, missionary had an audlenco
with the Pope who took great Interosl
in tlie work.
     ��� _���   ,
afternoon two sons of Dr. Duncan
of Chatham, who are on a visit here,
were shut by Samuel Goodrich, an
old pensioner, and severely wounded.
The older buy was shut, in tlie back
and legs while the younger received
wounds in the knee and foot. Thc
shout ing is said to have been without
provocation. The Chief of Police
promptly arrested (iooilrich and
placed him behind the. bars where he
awaits his hearing tomorrow.
VENERABLE MINISTER DIES.
Kingston, Ont,, July Is.���The oldest minister in Canada anil probably
in America has passed away in the
person uf Kev. .lames Brock. Be was
born in tin- County of Longford, Ir
laud, in 1804. lie came to this country when about 'JO years of age. He
Was ordained and entered the Methodist ministry in lHllO. his first station
being at Perth in 18H7.
LAKE   NOMINATED.
Winnipeg. July 18.���At Grenfell today R, S. Lake, member of the North
west Legislative Assemby. was nominated by the Conservatives of Kast
Assiniboia as candidate for the Dominion Parliament to oppose Dr.
Douglas, Liberal. Lake is absent in
Knglaud but has accepted the nomination.
POLE-CAREW ATTACKED.
In tills BngSOement Lie.ulunant Bordon Was
Killed.
London, July 18. -The War Office
has received the following despatch
from Lord Roberts:
���" Yesterday the enemy made a determined attack on the left of Pole-
Carew's position and along our left
Hank, commanded by Button, The
posts held by the Irish Kusilecrs and
the Canadian Mounted Infantry under
Lieutenant Colonel Anderson, were
most gallantly defended.
"The enemy made repeated attempts
lu assault the positions, coming into
close range and calling to the Kusileer.s
to surrender. The enemy Buffered
severely. They had fifteen killed and
fifty wounded and four were taken
prisoners. Tlie British casualties
were seven, including the Cudadian
Lieutenants Borden and liureh, and
thirty wounded and twenty-one
missing.
"Ian Hamilton's column advanced
tu VVaterval yesterday unopposed and
today proceeded tu llamans  Kraal.
Fifteen Boers with five guns managed to break through the cordon
formed by Hunter's and Bundle's
divisions between Bethlehem and
Ficksburg. They were making towards Lindley closely followed by
Paget's and Broadwood'8   Brigades.
TRANSPORTS CHARTERED.
New York, July IS.���The chartering
of transports to convey troops to China
is causing much stir iu shipping circles. Private cable advices state that
fifteen German steamers now operating in the Atlantic trade, have been
requisitioned as war transports and
supply ships by the German Ehnperor,
News is also received in shipping circles that the United states Government is actively in the market chartering Steamers of all nationalities on
the Pacific to act as transports aud
supply ships for this country in connection with the Chinese outbreak.
RUMORED ENTRY
OF SIBERIA
Report That the Chinese Have
Now Attacked Russian
Territory.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Victoria. July IS.���It is believed by
the police that the (loldstream tragedy,
in which V,. McClure and his daughter
lost their lives and Mrs. McClure was
seriously Injured, was the result of a
drunken family row. Mrs. McClure
has not yet made any statement. An
Inquest will be held today.
Port Townsetid, Washington, July
18,���The Steamship Garonne has arrived here. She has about 8T."i.(KKI in
dust from Nome and nine boxes of :;..()
pounds each from Dawson. The Gar-
roiine brought 300 passengers from
Nome   who   report great    excitement
over ihe smallpox epidemic,
BOYS  SHOT.
Thomusvlllc, Out,,   July   l_.-This|Knst.
C.  II.   Stiles, of   the   Hudson's   Hay
store, accompanied by his wife nnd
Hon. loft last evening on an extended
trip  to   the   principal   cities of   the
GOMPLAINTS UNFOUNDED,
London, July Is.���Thirty Invalided
soldiers from South Africa are now in
London on a furlough, staying at the]
Soldiers' liest anil Homes, near Buckingham Palace. Recent complaints aa
to their treatment have been Investigated nnd are officially declared unfounded.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,)
London, July IH. ��� If the news of
the Chinese invasion of Siberia is true
It will of course immensely complicate
the situation from the International
point of view. As stated in the Associated Press despatch of July 18
from St. Petersburg, thc Chinese
bad already peremptorily ordered nil
Russians to quit Manchuria but no
one imagined that they would lie
audacious enough to break out of
their own country and attack Russian
territory.
Such attack if it had been made, of
course, constitutes in itself a declaration of war, rendering formal notification needless.
A separate attack by the Chinese on
Russia means giving that country, according to the views expressed in
Europe, additional excuse for an
isolated descent on l'ekin and additional claim to assert greater Influence than the other Powers and to
obtain greater compensation when the
day of Settlement arrives. Hence extreme uneasiness has been created in
the Chanoellor.es by this latest development.
ASSURANCES NOT CREDITED.
As to thi' latest Chinese assurances
of the safety of the foreign Legations
at Pekin, they are not credited here.
On the contrary it is believed these
assurances have been dictated by a desire to save the native city of Tien
Tsin. The Associated Press correspondent at Shanghai, under date of
July Hi, wires that there is hardly a
loubt that Shang. the Chinese Director of Telegraphs, is withholding the
information in his possession.
The news of the massacre, as already cabled to the United States,
may be taken as correct. The de-
spatch adds that there is evidence
that the Woo Sung forts (at the mouth
of the Woo Sung River and ten miles
north of shanghai) are being
strengthened and supplied with large
quantities of ammunition. It is
hoped in London that the landing of
83,000 Japanese troops, which it is expected will be effected today, and the
arrival of Indian troops will enable
the allies to reinforce Shanghai,
SKIRMISH  NEAR   TAKU.
Admiral AlexietV reports a skirmish
July ll oh the Pei Ho River, SOOversts
from Taku. between a reconnoltcr-
ing body of Russians and Chinese, in
which several Russians were killed.
A despatch from Shanghai received! country.'
here today reports that five cruisers They earnestly petit ioned thnt Chow
of the allied fleet rcconiioitercd at Tls Chi, Consul in this city, transmit
Shan Ha Kuan, July 17. and found this resolution to His Excellency Wu
the harbor lights anil forts intact and ' Xing Fang, the representative of China
but   few   Chinese    visible.      The des- , in    Washington,    requesting    him   to
patch  adds that  it  was  Intended to I transmit the same  to the Qovernment
bombard the forts, but that the fleet j \_ China,
refrained and stood by ready for action in case the forts showed signs of
activity, The same despatch adds
that eight warships are lying oil'the
native city of Shanghai and that nine
others are between Shanghai anil Woo
Sung.
TUAN MOBILIZING.
great military developments owing to
the appearance of the Japanese ill
China.
The Viceroy of Nankin has informed the foreign consuls there that he
cannot be answerable for events in
Chao Sin, Ning Po and Chu Chau.
The foreigl.ers are fleeing to Shanghai.    Their position is alarming.
Sixteen foreigners, have arrived
at Nankin from Ning Po. where the
houses of foreigners have been burned
and missionaries horribly maltreated.
The rebellion has taken hold of
Southern China. The foreigners at
Chua Una and Chu Chua have been attacked and are fleeing panic   stricken,
TUAN ISSUES EDICT.
London. July 18.���The .Shanghai
correspondent of The Express, under
date of July 1". cables: "Prince
Tuan has issued an edict to fix a definite date for a general rising. What
the date is I cannot ascertain but it
is doubtless an early one. for Prince
Tuan is stated to have ordered all despatch in view of the arrival of more
foreign troops. A large body of Chinese tonight is reported to he going
from llupel In the direction of Shanghai. The situation here grows more
threatening every day."
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CHINESE IN NEW YORK.
New York. July IS.���Chinamen ln
New York have lieen officially notified
of the war in China and in consequence the local Celestials are in a
state of fear bordering on panic. So
afraid are they that the murders commit ted by the Boxers will be avenged
upon them that an appeal for protection, in the form of a petition, has
been made to the Chines,' Minister
Wu Ting Fang in Washington, according to information received by the
police of the Elizabeth Street Station.
Yesterday circulars in Chinese were
distributed through the Chinese quarters, being copies from a circular received from Pekin. The circulars In
Chinese read: " Shut Toon Wu \*en."
Interpreted this means. "Kill all foreign people.'' The circular was sent
to Lee Toy. Mayor of Chinatown, by
Minister Wu Ting Fang. The Minister did not expect Lee Toy to make
public its contents, and the latter only
did so after consulting the heads of
the secret societies.
The Chinese of the city held a meeting in the Molt Street joss house last
night. Speeches were made denouncing the Hoxers and resolutions "deploring the misfortune which has befallen the foreign residents of Pekin."
and volunteering to "aid in the sup-
preSBlon of the uprising of the Hoxers," were passed, The resolutions
recognise that the rebellion has "interfered    with   the    progress   of   our
MORGAN REITERATES.
New York, July IS.���Pritehanl Morgan. M. P.. who yesterday received a
despatch saying the Pekin foreign Legations were standing on July 0, Ik
quoted today by the London correspondent of The World as saying:
"My Information is absolutely
St. Petersburg, July 18.��� A despatch I straight, but it would be fatal to my
from Chee Foo says Prince Tuan has getting any further news if I divulged
mobilised 98,000 men nnil divided ' the source of my Information. I atn
them Into different corps. The north-1 convinced the Legations were Stand*
ern corps hns been ordered to expel ! ing on thc Oth despite the circuinstan-
all foreigners from Amur. jtial accounts   of   the   massacre.    The
The Pekin army is divided Into four   whole situation has   been   grossly ex-
corps,    the   first   to   operate   against   aggeratcd and Li Hung Chang's Inter-
Mukileii and npy the roads between J vention will have a most salutiiry   ef-
Pekin   and   Shang    llai    Kuan.    The   feet.
second to concentrate at Tien Tsin and       "An   exhaustive     Inquiry   by   my
the   third   at Pekin,    from whence   a J agents   in    Shanghai    has   established
column numbering 40,000 will be sent [ the fact that all   the  stories  already
to Wei Hal Wei and Tsiu Tau while
the fourth corps will coiicciitratc at
Nankin.
There   nre    now     93,000     Japanese
troops in China.     The Chinese licet  is
concentrating In  the  China Sea, and
hostilities arc expected,
A despatch from   Nankin announce!
that  Prince  Tuan has ordered  these j
published have been based on wild
gossip and are lm|��issible of authentication, Everyone anticipated a mass-
i acre and seized upon the lirst rniiiur
lhat seemed to justify their presentiments."
Washington,    July   is.���The    Stale
Department  has received   a   despatch
I'uiiUuuixl on Fuurtb )���__.,
'���
:
j. NELSON DAIL\ MINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1900.
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J.  HKATON.  Kilitur nnil  Manager
confidence as  we can  oommand that
this most   shocking crime   of   the a^e
has been committed In our fears only.
TIIK   SESSION.
If It were known that the session
whieli closes today at Ottawa were
the last of the present Parliament,
there would lie at least one Interesting thing to say  of   it.    It   has   been
dragging along for four or five months,
without once challenging   more  than
tli Bt ordinary attention.   ,We can
recall that there wus the usual budget
BpeeOh, bOastlng of a large revenue,
which is nn Indication of general
prosperity; and showing also a large
expenditure, which reminds us that
the new Liberals do not practise what
the old Liberals were wont to preach.
It Is not ho many years ilfro that forty
millions were declared to lie wicked
extravagance on the part of the Conservatives, uud that a people of live
millions ought to do with much less.
Hive the Liberals a chance, and they
would show those spendthrifts how
the affairs of tlie country could lie
carried on at much less cost. The
chance came, and the public expenditure has been growing ever since, until now it has reached a sum so large
as almost to take awny the breath of
those innocents who put their trust iu
Liberal professions.
lleyond the budget, the session hud
little to distinguish it. Another effort
was made to carry through a redistribution measure. It would he more
correct to say that a seeming effort
was made. There was no hope of carrying it, and it is by no means sure
that there was any very strong desire.
The main purpose in Introducing it
was to provide a cry against the Senate. The Liberals promise to be very
poor in cries In the next campaign,
and to be able to say that the Senate
stood In the way of popular legislation would be a great help to them.
At least, no they believed, although it
Is doubtful if tlie people will pay thc
slightest attention to their denunciations of the Upper Chamber. The
country cannot he persuaded that it
requires either mending or ending,
and will refuse to be moved by any
appeals to it on til is score.
The prolonged and no doubt premeditated absence of the Minister of the Interior prevented anything like ;i syste-
atic inquiry into the affairs of the Yukon. This was a matter that was causing" the Government much uneasiness.
Mr. Siftons propensity to look well
after himself had resulted in a scan-
dulous atatc of affairs at Dnwbon,
where boodllng and corruption were
rampant. It would never do to havo
these disgraceful proceedings Inquired
into too closely, nnd accordingly the
Minister was bundled out of the
country. There had been gross aluises
In connection with some elections
and the investigation of them was
handed over to n Commission tbat
cannot report until after the close
of the campaign. Indeed, the Qovernment and their followers showed
themselves both ready and able to
head off awkward Inquiries of every
sort. In one respect the sessimi will
deserve to he regarded as a remarkable one. I'or the first time In our
history, Parliament   has   voted a sum
of money  to defray the expenses of
Canadian troops sent oversell ti) light
the battles of the Empire. It was an
event the full significance of which it
ia Impossible yet to realise, hut that
It Is the forerunner of new and important relations between the various
parts of thc Empire Is ihe conviction
of all of ns,
Therein a glimmer of hope iii the
latest dispatches that the Legal ions
In Peklfl are still safe. It would be
Kn Immense comfort to believe this.
but If the Foreign Ministers are alive
how la it that not one of then oan
contrive to send out one little word tu
that effect','    If the Hoxers are strong
enough to prevent communication,
notwithstanding Ihe alleged attitude
of the Chinese Government, thoy were
probably strong enough to fight i|���ir
way Into the foreign quarter, and If
they have done this the silence of i|���.
Ministers would he understood, It
Would mean that not a single European is alive to tell of the slaughter,
We can hold to the hope   that  is held
put to us, however, trusting with ��ucli|
"A Citizen" writes; "Can you
inform some of your renders who Ih to
blame for the City water cart going
round with boycott notices posted on
it'.' " There is only one person who
enn be responsible. The Mayor assumes the right to direct and control
every matter of civic concern, and he
is the only man within the corporation limits who possesses such a distorted sense of the fitness of things as
to see no impropriety in permitting
the good name of the city to become
involved in class disputes.
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30 Vols, and Guide
$49^50
$1.00 with oiilcr, balance in
monthly   payments  of $3.00
MISCELLANEOUS
A. 1 v n 1 i I'liii'ni ��� inserted under this hood at
tiie rate of one cent a word per insertion. No
uilverliHemont taken for less than 25conU.
TO  LET���Furnished  rooms.    Apply
4HH Lake Street.
WANTED���General servant.    Apply
to  Mrs. W. A.   Mni'iloiiiilil, corner
Stanley and Carbonate Streets.
KOR   SALE ���Pine  PlUno  for snle.
Easy terms.    Address  "C," Miner
oflice.
FOB  RENT���For  two  months, six-
100m   furnished   house.     AddreBS
"House," iiox 70, Postofflce.
TO RENT���Furnished room, one minute from Baker Street.   B., Miner
oflice.
TO   LET.-Honse  to   let  across  the
lake, stove, etc.   Apply 0. Nowling,
Baker street.
FOB BENT.-2 rooms in West Blook.
Apply at office of 0. W. West Ss Oo.
HOTEL FOR  SALE
Windermere Division, Enst Kootpnay.
(iooil Business,    First-class Location.
H. B, MACDONALD,
Peterborough,   B.O.   (via   Golden.-,
_3_='This offer good to  25th
J��iy.
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
Tor Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head offioe toronto,   ont
Monoy to loan on Straight Mortgage
Apply to G. I.. LENNOX, Baker St.
Nelsou.
MANTELS. GRATES 1
AND TILES.
������������������������
We invite you to look over our stock in
these lines. You will find it complete
and prices low.    See our show window.
���������mH
M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS  TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.,   Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
THE    WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ   CO
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KIND8  OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders hy mail receive careful nnd prompt attention
��� ;vvyvw**********w***v***>v^^
House Slippers
For Your Wife
We have a splendid line���the easiest
she ever put her feet into. Get
her   a   pair      only    $1 .50.
������������������������
The Shoeiste L. IL* L, I fcr    D 1\0S.
Opera House
Thursday and Friday
Nights
July 19th and 20th
Egbert's
Specialty
Company
Introducing Xhelr Celebrated Musical
Novelty
The Aluminum
Chimes
Up-to-Date Specialties
Songs and Dances
And Lumiore's Imported
CINEMATOGRAPHE
Showing All the Latest
Animated Pictures!
Prices 50 and 75 cents.
Reserved seats on sale at
Canada   Drug &   Book Co.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your   Tobacconist   for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
Positively the finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka nineral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOB SALE.
Twelve lots, heing the north half
of lilock 100, one lilook ahove
Nelaon Club $2,000
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street      500
Fifty-foot lot on Vernon Street,
near Thorpe's factory    1,000
Lot on Viotoria Street, near Miners'   Union      050
Three-story house on I'ark St.
close to Baker St. All modern
conveniences   2,500
Seven-roomed house on Mill St.,
one block from Stanley St    1,900
Ranch at Nine Mile Point, 77}�� acres,
10 acres cleared, honse aud outbuildings, garden, etc.
OSLER & M'DOUQALL,
Mining and Beal Estate Agents,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Term*
See Our Lists.
Office, Victoria Street, Opposite
Phair Hotel,
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A prlvato Hospital, Medical, Surgi.
0(1 and Obstetrical cases nnrsed in tbe
Honse. Private room |20 and $15 a
week. Beds in ward f 12 n week.
Nurses sent ont to private houses at *16
a week. Apply to The Misses Orick-
may
...STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at  reasonable
Kites.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, MactlPnald Block,
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners  at   the
Canmorc mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKKAL WATBR-
THORl'ifl A co. Limited-Oerner Vonum
nmi Collar Streets, Nelson���Manufaotur-
em of and wholesale dealers In aaratfd waters
uml frnli syrups. Sole iiiionls tor Haloyon um
Springs mineral water. Telephone 00.
NKLSON   SODA    V.ATK11   KAC'IOltY
N. M. Cummins, Lessee-Jtvory known
variety of soft drinks, roiioxss. Telephone
No. ill. Hoover Street, Nelson.  Hoi tiers uf 1 m>
famous St, Leon Hoi springs Mineral Water.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAK MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers uf tho ltoynl Beal
uml  Kooluiiiiy   Hollo   I'iuurH.    Kiiiluiy and
offloe, Maker Street, Nelson.
COMMISSION MEIUIIANTS
HJ. KV4NS A 0O.-Bakor street, Nol-
a   son���Wholesale dealer* In liquors. i'l-
Kara, I'uitii'iil. lire brink uml lire nlny, water
pipe mnl nine) i-ttiiH, uml general oommlsslon
tueretiunts.
FRUITS AND C0NFE1TIONKRY
J   A. M'DONALD-Madden Bloek, Nelson-
���   Fruits, ice I'l'i'iun. "U. U." chocolates,
high clans confectionery.   Ice Crenin Parlors,
GRAIN,  MAY AND CEREALS
BKAOKMANKKR MILLING CO., Ltii.-
Wholcsalo nnil retail ileulers in grain,
huy, Hour, feed. Mills ut Victoria, New Westminster; Kdmonton, Aim. Klevutor* on Calgary unit Ktlmoiiton kallwuy. Manufncturors
of the colebruied H. & K. brum! cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD A Oo,���Corner Kront
��� aud Hull Streets���Wholesalo grocers
uml jobbers iu blanket*, gloves, mitts, boots,
rubbers, muckinaws und miners' sundries,
ARCHITECTS
CANK A MACDONALD III. Cano, Jnmos
A. Macdonald)���Areluteets and superintendents, Hroken Hill Block, oorner Hnkn nnd
Ward Streets, Molson.
LUMBER
NKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
Oftlco corner Hall and Front Streets,
.Nelson���Lumber, cell ng, flooring, and overy
thing in wood for building purposes. Get our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH  AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS A Co.-Bakor Street, NcNoli-
���   Wholosalo dealers In fresh and curod
lueau.   ('old Storage
WK3T   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHKK   CO.-
Bukcr Streot, Nelson���Wholesale deal
ors in fresh and cured moat-.
HARDWARE Ss MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver HurdwuroCo. LUI. 1 Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' sup
plies.
NKLSON   HARDWARE  CO.-Wholesale
paints, oils mid glims; mechanics' tools
Agents foi Ontario Powdor Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNKR, BKKTON A Co.-Cornor Vernon
JL and Josuphino Stroots, Nolson���Wholesale dealers In liquors, cigars, uud dry goods.
Agents for I'abut Brewing Co. of Mllwuukeo
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
H
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholosale grooerlos
and liquors etc., Baker Streot, Nolson.
CALIKORNIA WINK CO., Limited-Corner
Kront and Hall Streets, Nelson-Wholo-
sale dealors in wlnos (case and bulkl, nnd
domestic and imported oigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
J Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and
��� Josephine Streets, Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers In provisions, cured meats, butter and
eggs.
A. R. BARROW, a. M.1.0.E
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria nud Kootenay Sts.
P. 0. Box 589. Telephone No. 95
NELSON WINE CO.,
whore you can depend on getting tho beet
brands In the market nnd nny quantity from
10c. up,   Prices cannot bo disputed,
'PIOMB M.
Frank A. Tamblyn, ligr.,
llAKIiK 5TRTO, NlLSON
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelson Coke anfl Gas Co., Ltil.
Baker Street.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
iNC0RP0R**��9��er��
carpets
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take your choice; select
your pattern; show us the
floor; you have no more
worry.
Prices and quality always
satisfactory. We sew and
lay all carpets free of charge.
Blind.
We carry a good assortment
of Opaques, and can fill
orders for any size blinds,
and will be glad to quote
prices for special sizes.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Great West
Life Assnrance Go.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Oh fyrini Property.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE���
CLUBH0TEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-niuMInlf only
10c
ALWAYS FBEIJHAND COOL.
The only Kood Beer in Nelson
Cor. Slimier and Silioa 8troets
ED CIRRAN. Prnn
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fjne LftRer
Beer and Porter,
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson, B. C.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
iMMb $9.65 per Ton
ouTo8_u. E8T $6.15 Per Ton
DELIVERED.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TELEPHONE M.	
~~c^oTgurd~
Room 1, Turner-Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A6ENT
House- and Building Lots in All Part-
of the Oity.
WANTED-For olient, a Kood busineu
investment from 82,000 to #5,000.
GENERAL AGENT.
BT. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nklson B. C.
thn ii_.!^"n . ��nd,I)ar School conduct*- bjr
ii,1 _ of SN Jo��i>nhof Poaco.   It Is situ-
hi    ,. _M.cor.ncr.of Ml" n"A JoHophlno ItrMtf,
______ Hi" '""!f roHldoiiUnl portions of Nel-
0" I he city y "ccllsfllB|o from .11 parte
_2____*_,i__ 0,J__ a_ inolud��i tho fundaroon-
eSn__B_ieh _ b7lnonc�� of a thorough Knglish
Hi. ,.�����_��� ,,"_l��"�� ooumo- Bookkeeping.
-8 X pvLR',ld VBPVnm.. Sotenoe courM
a__-_H_lTt_- ��n* InHtniinentaU Drawing,
BtySJgg"' M3 wrttrolan apply _���_���__���_
'Ml
m
NELSON   DAILY   MINER, WEDNESDAY, JULY  _8, 1900
FROM KASLO.
Kaslo, July 18.���The belief Is current iu mining circles that a big gold-
eop.ier ledge extends from Crawford
Hay nast Kaslo and up to Lardo. The
ledge has lieen fousd in at least, three
places far removed. Messrs Kemp
and IlendrlekH of this town are working on It down at Crawford Hay, the
Leviathan oompany is running in a
tunnel to catch It here, while on Salisbury Creek, near Lardo, 0, Freeman and It. O. Keiiyon are performing the development work on iiaiins
of much the name eharacter as those
opposite Kaslo.
The Leviathan, by the way. Is about
to wind up. The company is (o be
converted into an assessable corporation when it is hoped It will he placed
on a much better basis than at pre-
sent. It is the belief of optimists
that the district between Nelson and
Lardo will show in time a better
camp than Rossland is today.
TELEGRAPHIC  BRIEFS.
Winnipeg, July 18.���Tho new British Columbia building at the Wisni-
p��g Exhibition grounds is Hearing
completion. It is nn attractive looking structure, situated directly in
front of the new grandstand and built
entirely of British Columbia   lumber.
Montreal, July IH.���The C.P.U. traffic for the week ending July 14 was
ISnU.lMK). For the same week last year
it WM 8507,000.
Niagara Falls, Ont., July 18.���A
little riot took place among the Italian laborers employed on the Driini-
mondvllle and Westry Park tramway.
They chased their foreman into Niagara Falls, pelting him with stones and
the police had to be called out,
Toronto, July 18.���Frank Moore. 30
years of age, a clerk in the ollice of J.
D. King St Co., wholesale boot and
���hoe manufacturers, is under arrest,
charged with stealing a large sum of
money from the company by fraudulent practices,
Montreal, July 18.���A. G. Mclleiin,
a well-known grain morchant of this
city, died suddenly this morning
while preparing to go to his olllee.
Be was a prominent Liberal of this
���o. llmi of the Dominion.
London, July 10.���The Canadian delegates to the Congress of Chambers of
Commerce of the Empire have scattered
to varloiiH parts of the country. Iu
view of liord Strathcona's declaration
that tho time is inopportune the Congress seems to have abandoned their
Intention to wait upon the Ministry
as a deputation to urge the appointment of an Imperial consultative coun-
ell of reorganisation of the Imperial
defense arrangements and to consider
the quest Inn of   tnitfer-Imperial   trade.
Ottawa, July 18.���Sir Louis Davies.
lion. A. n. Blair and Hon. W. S.
Fielding are leaving from Boston by
the liner New England for a trip to
Europe. Their holidays will last
four or five weeks. All three Ministers
left for Boston this ufternoon.
Thos. Kelly of Winnipeg, Is the
lowest tenderer for the St. Andrew's
Kapkls work and will get the eon-
tract.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
T
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADh..
_-_ b i �����      m.
I00TENAY CIGAR ��R CO
NELSON, B. 0.
The  Athabasca   Gold  Mine
LIMITED
(In Liquidation.)
share oapital ��200,000.
I'o tiik Canadian Share_-C__derb:
Special   resolutions  for liquidation,
and reconstruction were passed at an
Extraordinary General Meeting, held
on the 18th oi' May last, ami confirmed
at a further meeting on the 5th June
Inst, and iu conformity therewith, a
new Company has been registered under the name of the Athabasca Cold
.Mine, Limited, having a capital of
��100,000 in Ordinary Shares of i'l
each.
I give not ice Unit the agreement for
the transfer of the assets of the old
Conipany to the new Company, which
wus submitted lo and approved by thc
said Extraordinary General Meeting,
has now been executed anil is dated
the 18th June, I'.iotl. Holders of shares
in the old Conipany are entitled to
claim as of right, au allotment of one
share in the new Company, with 17s.
per share credited as having been
paid up thereon, for every two shares
held liy them or to which they were
entitled in the old Company, provided they agree to pay up the balance of
lis. per share on each uf such new
shares.
Shareholders registered on the books
of the old Company have received
blanks or forms on which to malic
application for the shares to which
they are entitled to apply for. anil
which must be received here and he
in my hands, together with is. per
share payable on application not later
than 1. t'li August. 1000. Shareholders
who do nut make application by this
date will lose all their interest in the
Conipany. Holders of dollar shares
of The Athabasca Cold Mining Conipany, Limited Liability, who have
not converted their script into .t'l
sterling shares of The Athabasca Cold
Mine. Limited, which is now in liquidation, nre advised to send these
promptly to this ollice for conversion,
that they may receive the necessary
blanks in time to comply with tlie
above notice and so retain their interest in the property,
e. Nklson fell,
.Manager.
Nelson, B. C.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,   Turner-Boeokh  Blook,  Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real     Hstate,    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$460 only for a house and lot, block
21, Addition A.
$1,000 only for a house and lot, Stanley Street.
ifSoO only for a house and lot, Robson
Street.
$1,600 will buy choicest residence corner in city, 50x120 feet, up to 15th,
f__5 (125 cash, rest on time) will buy
lot in block 70 this week ; afterwards
$250.
811,000 will purchase valuable oornei',
Vernon Btreeufor a few days.
��150 ($60 cash, rest on time) will bny
choice lot in Bogustown, on car line.
Kor Kent���House, 112.50 per month.
Molly iiibi.nu shares.
Wanted���Tamarao slock.
Gascade Water and Light Co.,
LIMITED.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
fourth Ordinary (leneral Meeting of
the above named Company will be
held at the Offices of The London and
British Columbia Gold Fields, Limited.
situate on Baker Street in the City of
N'elson. liritish Columbia, on Wednesday, the 18th day of July, 1900, at .'I
o'clock in the afternoon for the following purposes, namely:
To receive ami consider the annual
statement of accounts and balance
sheets and the reports of the Directors
and Auditors thereon ; tu elect Directors and other otlieers in place of those
retiring, and to transact the other ordinary business of the Company.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 5th day
of July, A.D. ldoo.
11. AI.KIts BANKET,
Secretary.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day $1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
E. P. WHALLEY, J- P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office With C.  W.  West St  Co.,   Cor,
Ball and Baker Streets.
City Oflice of  the Nelson Soda Watei
Factory.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan Linn Corinthian  July H
Allan Line Parisian July 11
lioiiituliin Line applyagta tor Str name., July 11
Heaver Line Dominion July '-'I
Heaver Line Lake Megantlo July III
Hcaviir Line Lake Sunerlor July :'il
Prom New \ ork
('iinanl Line Campania July H
Ounard Line Borvla July 21
Wlillu Star Line Tciitontlc  July IS
Wliito Star Line Germanic July -���
American Line SI. Paul July IS
It.'il Star Line Krieslanil July IH
Anchor Lino Axlorln luly 11
Anchor Line Klliiopln luly 21
North ILL. I.ine Kai 1 r Marin Tliercsa...Iiily 17
Allan State l.iu* (Stale) l.inircnllnn Inly U
From Hi. inn. A! 1.
Ounard Line Baxonla filly 11
I'iisnikcs arnuinoil to anil from nil Knropean
liolnlH. Por rale.. Ilcku.s ami full llifiii'iiinlliin
apply to C P. P. depot iinenl or W. F. Ainlcr-
so,,, t'ity Passenger ftRMfafflAr
General t mini. C.P.U. Olllco . Winnipeg.
WANTED.
Waitresses.    Carpenters.   Man and
Wife for ranch.
Two girls want housewotk.
.. H, LOVE, Agt,, Oaker St,
GRUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. |18,-0per Vi) feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. G. T. CROFTS.
P. o. Box 676, Nnlson. B. G*
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO A SLOCAN HAILWAY,
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO.
Schodulo of Time.      Pacific Stands!- rime.
Klfectlvo Kobrunry 1ft, 1UU"
KASLO A SLOCAN KY. ���
Pannonitor train for Snnilon anil way'Stations
loavo" Kaslo at 8 a. ni., dally. Net "rains.
lonviiH Sandon at 1.16 p.m,, arriving at Kanlo
at 3.6a p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO,
Operating on Koolonay Ukp Midlllw.
Str. "International" loavos Kimlo for Nelnon
at fl a. 111. dally except Sunday. Mffnffi*'
loaves No Un at MO p.m., calling at Balfour,
IM ot, Hay. Ainsworth anil all way point*. Con-
Sects with S. P. fc N. train to an_ from Spo-
kano nt Five Mile Point.
LAHDO-DUNI.AN  DIVISION.
Steamer Attrontalaaves Kanlo iiicwinj.innn
Fridays at 8 am. for Uio head of navigation on
tho Upper Diincni. hlver; returning leave
HoU'sTending Wednesdays aud Saturdays.
SUimorHOldl at principal lainlingB in both
dlrSon". and .1 Other point* when sl���nallud
TU kol* Hold to all point* in Canada and tho
U.lto._certl3I;rate.and full Information sd-
drM" BOBEUT IRVINE   ,    __,
Manager, KMto, 0,0,
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
S-. Loll is
Lager
To lie had wholesale id. Nelson.
R. P. Ritiiel Sl
CO.,  Ltd.
A. B. GRAY, Baker St., Nelson
Kootenay Agent,
GEEAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
��>
NONE BETTER,
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSaJaOARTE.
Close connection East nnd West-
hound at Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Pulls nnd Northern Railway,
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a. in
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:45 p.m.
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria uml Vancouver,
Portland, Snn Francisco, and nil points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
hound trnins connect at Diiluth with
thenmgniMeent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Bail-
way.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls St Northern By,, Knslo it Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway St Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   II. A. JACKSON,
Genl. I'asH. St Tkt. Agt.   Oom'c.l Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate
points; connecting al Spokane with
tireat Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson villi steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at   Meyer's   Falls  with
stage daily for  Republic,   and   connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
Leave. Day Train, Ahkivi:.
10.815 a.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:(),. p. m Rossland 6:80 p.m.
9:30 a, in Nelson 8 :II0 p.m.
Night Trnin.
9:45 p.m Spokane 7 :0,r> n.m:
11:00 p.m Rossland 0:110 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A,
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aifimt, Nelson, B.C
I. O. GREEN P. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box Ur Hiilsoo, B. C.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash priro for nil
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will liny
or sell anything from an nmhor to a
needle. Furniture, stoveH, oarperts,
oookini? ntensils, bought in household
quantities. Also 0B8t off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 1200. Hall
Street, Nelsou, B, 0,
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
I have a complete stock on hand of
Bough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill nt PILOT HAY. Yntds. NKLSON
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HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Luke Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service,
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Departure   nnd   Arrival   Time
Trnins  and   Steamers.
Depart from Arrive  at
Nolson Nelson
St.unmr    nrrivos   nt  Nelson
from tho east, Clow's  Ntwt
liriin.li    nnd Intermediate
piiintK a. :in
.lo Trnin luuvns Nelson for Moss-
iiiini     nnd     intermediate
points, nnd via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
linn and Pacilio coast points.
.:](> Train louvos Nelson for Snn-
don and Intermediate points
niul vin Slocan Lokn ronto
for north, Uevelstoko, the
main line and Pacilio coast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland and intermediate
points 1<i.:j5
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Knslo and intermediate points ll.oO
1",.U0 Traiiist    leaves    Nelson    for
Rossland,   Greenwood   and
intermediate points,
Mi.00 Stenmer   leaves   Nelson   for
Knslo and way points.
Train nrrives ut Nolson from
Rossland   and    Greenwood
and   intermediate  points,
and   from   Kevelstoke,   tho
main line, and Pacilio coast
Points iH.4r>
Train arrives in Nelson from
Sandon and intermediate
points,nnd from Kevelstoke,
the muin line and the Paoiflo coast points 111,80
-'-. UO Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest lirauob und all
points east,
W. F. ANDKHBON,
Trav, Pass, AuoDt
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HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ��*. C.
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Branch Markets in Roysland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��4 prompt attention.
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We  are now doing business in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next In Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all  our
OLD customers and many NEW ones.
Give us a call.
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Telephone 10. p 0 Box. K and W
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K. J, COYL.K,
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Vmocuvor I
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
C'milliil   I'lllil'lip.      ���     .     .     $l,(IH��,0}0.<HI  I   Hi'Hl,       ......     Wl.lM.aM.t
leu,ni or iHri't'iiii. :  Thomiu K. Kenny,  I'nwldenti  Thomas Ritehla Vlot*PntMsnl.
Wiley ainitli. Ii. (I. Hiuilil, lion. II. II. Pullor, M.L.O., lion. David MacKoi-n.
Head Ollice, llallfluci
Qanoral Mnnagor. Rd-on I.. Peano, Montroal.
Biiporliitondoi. nl Urauchoa, mnl Bocretary, \v. II. Torrance, Halifax,
Inspootor, W. I'. Brook, Halifax.
Inspector D. M. Btowart, Montroal,
Brnnrhei ���
\���vn leotla-Ballfax Branoh, Antlgonlsh, BrldKowatar, Quyabora, Londonderry, Lunenburg.
Miiiiliinil illin.t- I'n.i. I'iii    I'mi iinui.i'-i.iii.i, Bydnoy, Bhubonaoadle, Trure   Weymouth
New In iin-��lrl. Iliillinivl. I ini. in -1, 1. H'l'ilriirliui, Kinx-liMi iKunt I'n.i. Miiiiiton. Now
i'iiH(,ii),Siu'k\ illi'. Woodstock. P. -��� blnntl Charlottotown.Hummer-fde. uabac ���Montnal
icily Dffloo), Montroal, Wosl End e or. Notre Borne nnd XolKiiouroMirri<t_|; Wo��iniouni K^or.
Oroone Avoi  and Bt, Callmrlnc    Btrcol.   iininrii,   Ottawa.   Mr��r,,unilu_d   .st.John'H
riiiiii. Weal Indies   lliiviiiin. I nn, ii Male*   Now York illi Kxi-tiiuiKo I'liice) Hepiililic, wash
ISRANCHJSN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Van*
couver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrcspitiHlfnlM:
Canada���MorohonU nnnl; of Canada.   Boston- National Bhawnral Hunk.  Chltue��� Amerlea
Nulional Hunk.   Man Franclsro   I'h 1   Ni ill  limk.   1 ,.n  1 ���._.   ]\.���,_ ���i  _,.0,ii,n,i,
I'lni'., France   Oredll  Lyonnala,   llerinuilu   1.       ..: 1   t 1 ,.   ihlnn a_4 Japaa   lloni!
Kong nnd Kliiin^liiij lliinkiiiK ('iii'iiiirntioii.
(ieneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the tnoel favorable terms,    Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Hank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES  $1.25  TO  $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60;
Nelson,   B. C. NELSON DAILY MINER, WEDNESDAY, JULY  i8, 1900.
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STILL GOING at HALF PRICE
Our HALF PRICE SALE has been a great success. Since we began we have sold many dollars' worth of Summer
Goods, but our shelves are still well filled. There are bargains still for everyone. We have told you of the different
lines we have.   There are a few we wish to again draw your attention to:
BLOUSES���White Muslin Blouses, regular price 90c, sale price 45c.   Colored Muslin Blouses, regular drice $2, sale price 90c.
SUMMER   SKIRTS-Six $4.50 Colored Serge Skirts, lightweight, to be sold each at $2.25.   Six Black and White Cotton Skirts, unllned, regular
price $3, sale price $ 1.50.
Five pieces of Colored Pique, regular price 15 cents per yard, to be sold per yard at 9c.
LADIES'   UNDERVESTS���I0C   0lies   for   5C.    '5C   ones   for   7 fl-2c.    20c   ones   for   10c.
These are a few of the bargains. There never was a time in the history of Nelson when your dollars would go
further in Dry Goods than they will today, if they are spent with ns.   Come and see for yourselves.
Martin   O'Reilly   &
HOUSTON   BLOCK,  NELSON, B. C.-TERMS   CASH.
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LOCAL AND  PERSONAL
Di un in inn l.iin* sti'unuT, Vancouver,
passed Browhead :i 1 >. 111. July 11).
Beaver Line steamer. Lake Champ-
lain, arrived ut Movllle at 3 p.m.
July 16.
Miss McDowell of Croston, li. C,
a sohool teacher of that elty in
spending hex vocation in Nelson.
The funeral of tin- Infant daughter
of Mr. ami Mt'H. John Dlsseroti who
died yesterday morning took place al
^ p. in. today from the Church of
Mary Immaculate, Father Borland
officiating, Tlii' Interment took place
at the Oatbolle Cemetery.
Tin' Rev. Mr. Sutherland, who has
been taking the services at st. Paul's
Church in tlm absence of Mr. Frew,
is obliged to take his departure at the
��nd of the present m nth. it is
understood thai he will bo succeeded by
the Rev. Dr. Duval of Winnipeg, who
will fill the pulpit until Mr. Frew's
return.
Mr. niul Mrs. \v. A. Thurman, Miss
Helen Thurman ami Master Edgar
Tlnirmun leave tomorrow evening
over the C.P.B. for Winnipeg. They
will spend u week there, Mr, Thurman return in).' to Nelson and Mrs,
Tlmrnian ami children going to St.
Paul, where they will spend tho rest
Of the .summer.
Today the mining records were a
follows: Certificates of Work: (iii
Nliamloii, to J, tt, Vanstone; on Mammoth Crystal, Oro arid Jennie Green,
to p, s. Algiers; on North star. Al-
tnslo anil Morning Star, to \V. S.
Doyle, on White Eagle, to E, It. Dun-
lop: on Monte Carlo, to Charles M.
Moore. Transfers: J. Shuttleworth
agreefe to Bell to A. I.. Davenport entire interest in (alile ami Ten llrok
for a consideration of $5,000,
The members of tbe Methodist Sunday School will run an excursion to
Balfour, Tuesday,July 14, Tho steamer Movie has lieen chartered and will
leave the city wharf at 8a.m., returning :, p. ui.   ,\  progran I sports
has been arranged In which the chil-
ilii-ii  will  participate.   Refreshments
will be served free and n general g I
time is anticipated,
The tugs Procter and Yinir left the
elty port yesterday for Kootenay
Landing with two barges loaded with fifteen ems each, This
is the largest load that has heen
earrieil by two such tugs since the
establishment of the port, At llalfour
the tug Procter left for Kaslo, and removed the old Kaslo wharf t"
Kusknook, where the wharf will be
installed   fm-   the   use   of  j
steamers.
voikeil, and they are also showing up
veil.
This morning 5.ooo shares of Atha-
iiisea changed hands at -'7 3-4 and
here seems to he considerable activity
11 the stoi'k market.
The voting ou the Bylaws to raise
(70,000 for the Improvement of the
oity in various departments was earrieil on steadily all day. At -' o'olook
today llio votes out of 41 it had been
polled in tlie East Ward, while lu the
West Ward so out of -IK) had lieen
handed in. The voters eame steadily
��� luring the forenoon, hut were coming
in larger numbers this afternoon.   At
the West Ward polling hooth many of
the voters expressed the opinion the
Bylaws would pass with a good majority. The polls will close at 4 p.m.,
and by fi p. in. the returns will have
heen counted. The Deputy Returning
Officer of the East Ward was Mr. Vi.
B.Wasson, with It. J, Steel as Clerk,
while Mr. E. A. Crease acted as Deputy Returning Officer, with Mr. K. J.
Strachan as Clerk, for the Second
Ward,
There Is need for a Humane Society
in Nelson, There are men here who
treat ilunili animals in a most cruel
manner and who, if they received
their just deserts, should pay heavily
for it. This morning in the rear of
the Mara hloek there was an exhibition of this cruelty. One of a team of
horses got one of its legs over the pole
of the wagon to whieli it was attached
and instead of unhitching the animal
the teamster seized a heavy stiek and
beat the poor brute until It squealed
with pain. There were only a few
about at the time and no one interfered, but there are men in Nelson who
if they had been witnesses, would
have soundly thrashed the teamster or
heen thrashed themselves in the attempt. This morning's incident is but
one of many like occurrences in Nelson. There are humane teamsters here,
of course, as there are in other towns
but there seems to more   than   a   fair
proportl f inhumane creatures who
think no more of beating a horse than
the ordinary Individual would of
brushing a By from his person. There
Is ro  Indeed, for a Humane Society.
to pass into the hands of such a strong
oompany as the Duncan   .Mines. Ltd.,
and it is to be sincerely hoped that no
Impediments will he placed in their
way to prevent their tinal acquisition
of the claims.    It  is  a well-known
fact that there large bodies Of ore exposed in this property anil il only
needs the erection of a tramway from
the mines to the lake for the mines to
start shipping at once.
The present owners are Vi. P. Rob-
inson, A. .1. Marks. T. J. Lcmlium,
Nelson; E. I). Carter. Wallace. Idaho;
James Bright ami William Itrmlcii.
Black River Falls, Wis., ami the Scott
MoDonald estate.
TENNIS   TOURNAMENT.
a parent.   The absence of  rebellion
and piracy being solely due lo the
presence of Li Hung Chang tbe merchants were ready to east themselves
before the wheels of his chariot to
prevent his departure.
MISSIONARIES PLUNDERED.
at   thu    Courts
First   Rounds   Continued
Today.
The matches for the first rounds of
the club tournament were continued
at the courts yesterday afternoon he-
fore a number of spectators.
ln the Ladies' Handicap Doubles
Miss llcnsiisan anil Miss llmmiioml
heat Mrs. Bird and Miss Crickniay li-
3, 0-1.
In the Ladies' Handicap Singles
Mrs. Hird heat Miss Hammond s-ti iu
the first set. In the second set .Miss
Hammond sprained her ankle when
the score stood S to 3 in favor of Mrs.
Bird and on that account defaulted
to Mrs. Hird, giving Mrs. Hird the
match. In the same round Miss llen-
susan heat Miss P, t'riekmay 7-5, 0-1.
In the Open Singles t'riekmay beat
Harrow li-I, 0-1.
In the .Men's Handicap
Williamson heat Stirling 0-4
Heavan beat Pollok 11-11, 0-0.
In  the   Men's    Handicap
Macrae and  Wetmore   heat   Cricliinay
and (.'riddle 7-!i, fl-S,
This afternoon all Of the remaining
matches in the lirst round will he
played off and tomorrow the second
rounds w-ill begin.
Attacked by Ghinose Rebels While Seeking
a Place of Safety.
Toronto, July Is.���A London. England Standard cable received here
yesterday stated that ll party of thirty
Canadians were plundered by the
rebels nearNanyan Fu while seeking
a place of safety.
Rev. I!. P, McKay, secretary of the
Canadian Presbyterian Forfiign Missions, fear that this is a party of
Canadians who were making their
way from Cliumangii iu northern
Hunan to Hankow, a distance of 850
111 i les.
The party Is composed of Kev. .lohli-
atban (loforth, wife and four children,
Rev. Murdock MacKenzle, wife and
one child, Itcv. .1. A. Simon, wife and
one child, Hev. I!. McClelland and
wife. Miss M. Mackintosh, Miss I'yke.
Miss Dow. Dr. Leslie und wife and
Kev. John (Irillith. Dr. Leslie and
wife arc former Montrealers.
Singles
O-o und
Doubles
HIGHLAND GROUP.
(food reports we  hiing heard  from
the claims May. Jennie and Red  Top
on I'.i Creek.     Work im- 1 11   Kti uillly
progressing  since   last   October  nnd
now TIKI feet of tunneling llmi ,liif(.
lug on   the   main   lead,   which   _ ill
average  |n feet  wide,   has   been   ,|,������.
There is a huge qunntltj of nre blocked  out and   ready   for   sloping,    The
ore is free milling an,i runs ills ml
S'.'ii per ion.    An upr.ii' f   al.,,11!   im
feet   is non    being    driven    I ���,���.,.,
with the crosscut tunnel and when
completed the mine will be well v.-i,.
tllated.    There arc a  Dumber ot ether
claims further up thc creek  boing
liuncin Mines. Limited. Obtain an Option
on Thiil Property
Charles Parker of Nelson has put
through a deal embracing the Highland (iroup. consisting of the Highland, Josephine, Esther May and
Maggie mineral claims together with
the mill sile and water rights belonging thereto. Thc properly Is located
a mile ami a half from the towns of
Ainkworth and about a half a mile in
a direct line from Kootenay Lake.
The price |o be paid is, ut the reipiest,
of the owners, withheld from the
public hut it Is a handsome one and
is mostly lu cash. The original
owners retain a Htnnll interest.
I The     payments     are       all      to     he
made within nln nths,   The lirst
payment of III per cent Is to he paid
I on or before the lib day of August,
il Which time tlie prospective pur-
I chasers will enter Into possession. It
Is a matter of congratulation to people of this district that   this well and
favorably kuuwn property is at lust
RUMORED ENTRY
OF SIBERIA
Continued Krom First Pago.
from Consul Fowler saying that the
Governor of Shan  Tung wires  that
when his courier left Pekin on July
!Uli, the Legations were still holding
out.
LEAVES CANTON.
Hong Kong, July Is. - l.i Hung
Chang, disregarding all attempts of
Europeans and Chinese to persuade
him to remain, left Canton Ibis
morning for l'ekin. Prior to his departure, the Chinese merchants and
gentry  of   Canton   strongly appealed
to the Viceroy and presented a petition setting forth that Canton, so long
a prey to the depredations of robbers
and pirates, had become peaceful during Ll Hung Chang's Vicroyalty.
That the disturbances had been repressed with a strong baud and the
people were enabled to live without
being panic stricken when dogs
barked.
The petitioners this morning; it
continued, learned with trembling
tbat their protector was proceeding
north, and they wept a- at the loss of
Montreal, July 88.���Dr. Percy Leslie, who is among the Canadians
reported to have been maltreated by
the Chinese rebels, has been ih China
for several years, lie is a Mnntrealer
and his brothers arc Messrs. Vi. ..
and A. ('. Leslie of this city. His
wife who was Miss Ogilvle. daughter
of Mr. .lames Ogilvle, went out lust
year and they were married at Shanghai.
Washington, D. C, July 18.���United
States Minister Allen at Seoul, Corett,
telegraphs the State Department tbat
the Hoxers and Chinese are in force
within a few miles of the Corean
frontier. The natives of Ping Yang,
the most northern provinoe of Corea,
are much alarmed and are fleeing,
The foreigners remain in safety. The
Qovernment Is very anxious.
LADIES'    HOSE
I" BLACK LISLE "ith fancy open stitch.
Regular Price 75c Pair.
Today  ami  Tomorrow
Reduced to 55c Pair.
Sizes 8)4, 9 and g*4.
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KERR & CO.
Soring ohicken nnd all the delioaoins
Of the sonsou served to yon   wIipii  yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at  Roberts' I
Ranch, two aud   a half miles up  the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
in expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jowelers and Opticians,
  NELSON    B.IO.
WANTED- By  two ladies, position^
of cook and waitress respectively in
iiiining oainp 01 mill,    Room U, Grand
Central Hotel, Nelson.
The usual Wednesday evening dance
will be held at Lake Park this evening.
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Could not express the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, of H2.'i Howard St, Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
had completely cured her of a backing
ci.ngb that for many years had made
life a burden. All other remedies aud
doctors could give her no help, but she
says of this Royal cure���"it soon removed the pain in my chest aud I can now
sleepcoiindly, something I cau scarcely
remember doing before. I foel like
SOUodlng its praise throughout the universe." 80 will everyone who tries Dr.
King's New Discovery for any trouble of
tbe throat, chest or lungs. Price 60 cts.
and 81. Trial bottles free at Canada
Drug and Hook Store; every botlle guaranteed.
The Wallace-Miller Co. Ltd, big
Clearing Sale still continues this
week.     Don't miss It.
'BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0UP."
Baitiht Chuhcii - Servico* morning nnil
I'vciiinKiii ll ii.in. anil 7,:��i p.m.; Prayer meet.
Ins Thursday evening nt 8 p.m. lho B, Y
P.U, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially wofecuod. Iter. U, }, Coulter White,
Pa��tor.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKI.80N LODGE, No. 23, A.Y.A A
M. moots socond Wednesday In each
month.   Visiting brothorn welcome.
3*O*0*0.O��.0��'0'K_.
We May Have
Remarked Before
That we know how to repair watohes
and do it properly, but a good thing'
will bear repeating.
We also sell jewelry.
T. H. Brown,
Jeweler
178 BAKKH STHKKT. NKL30N.
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jaife    '���  "'  "���   K-     Kootenay  Lodge
WM HP No' ">��� moots ovory Monday night,
, "���      Rl  thoir  Mall,  Kootenay street
Sojournlqg Odd Follows cordially invltod.
John Scoley, N. Q.   John A, Mcltne, V O
  "��� W. Kutliorfanl! See.
.__ J_?l_-i__"Bn__n_ No- 7-  Moots ovory 2nd
an, 4i.|, Friday of each month, l��� odd . olio. ���
Hall, coiiior   Baker ami   Koolciy  $_'".SJ
Nelson.   A. II. C nmenls, C. !>.���   n Mi��.',>"
8. a.   Visiting bnt hers Always wciifo,,,.
SfE-BON I.ODGK No. M K ,.,.,
.moots |��� K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
ilWrT, Tuesday ovonlng at 8 _____
JUll visiting knights cordially fiffi
I.. Scott C. O.
_______ K. of II. and 8,
NKLSON   ).. 0. I,. No. II��T-^_7_rT_r
.clock,  vuittng members cordial,rfgJ&fi
it. Ilnlilii .in. \\. M.; M. Ciawfiiril, it. i"11""'
lO-U-C,/    cornor   ���f   ���_k riu}     an
__\J feSr5 ,mu�����'s*
John Watson, Hnrrolary.
COUIIT KOUTKNAV.   1. o.  j.    No
Moclings  4th Thursday of month ' _ ndm_\
hall. J A Irving C. It.   ftnjMemlng; ft,"
NKLSON AKHIN  No. 7_, Y. 6~_~ir,:
every seoond and fourl h Wednesday -.'."V1
ni, outh.   Visiting   members el?&_\\ y��'.,���f '
Charles Prower, Ssoretary,   w,uu"''  mvlt-
Clearing Sale
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Fiije Milh'ijieril
All BUMMER GOODS  to be closed
out regardless of cost.
MRS. M'LAUGHLIN,
Josephine St., nenr Baker.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Civil   Ep.��i�������..   P��ov,��0l��t   L��NO   8.,,,,.,.
Rf��L   EbtaTI.    Im-UNINCB,
Aho   C........   Au.ni.
R.��r. Con.ot.D Lo... M...
Baktr 5tr��t, Nclsnn, B. C.
TIMBER LICENSE.
"XTOTK'K i��� hereby ilven'that thirty days
Co-im |���" ,'.���'""U1"1.'"' t. .I"'1. "> the Chief
I���     . i. "ntl of ''!"",H "i"1 Worts fonispecial
lid___.'7A~-��V"1 ",""""""" ,v',r����rnrnspecla
I,   n_._.,   ' . *_-__P, nwar "'"bor from
M _______ ll,H',"'ln,'(l l_0��: BoHliining at a
tiostp   "leilon tbo north shoro o? tho West
' i,i,i! U,'" "''tynf Nolson, and marked " Jou
ll ���'. ,._;,,' _on,""',; thonco west 711 chains,
. ____* "f ohalns, thonee oast DO olialns,
west 4(1 chains,
>  ������ ���, ?,V," .S�� olialns, thonee oast 110 olialns,
i   .,.        ' ft0"*"}* thonco west 40 chains,
ment. cllat'", t0 Bla06 ��' commence.
Ji A. SA V WAHV,

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