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 Pl'Oit
incial It**,
in No. 646.
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday,  February 8,  1900.
Tenth Year
.
!'
I Ki fcchener Have
ii Town.
., BULLER
,   ,1 iii'iic.d "J.o finytigo
nil. of Ilui Tugpla.
0     .    till!   Llllll'
lib.   il.-
���
-Lord*; Roberts
iia.-e   slarleil
A   disputuii   from
, 1 ins  morning, on-
li 1 'i-s are attacking
1 ,1.111   two  dire.otio.ia
ih proooeding lmt wean the
��� , tained Sterkstroom
1 01 ,1 iy,  February  B,
.;   11 body nf troops loft
;;. .imi iimi Import*
i.uts wi ru expi I'tial.    II is
:    ilns    explains
lure, nml Ha' Com-
[   intends i'ii!m r in   lm
. I      iln-   long in-
;��� , , 1 1 -ii,thI   Gatacre
-��� wuii  iii'iii'ial    Kelly*
1, Irongly   reinforoa
li,i iploting Iln' Intti'r's
nnd   furnishing,
1 n sii tance. an
ir   tbe in.iin move,
.  ,>- greatly sup-
1 .1 nlim nilv .-tat-
roiiil to the besieged town, The movement wus begun nt nn early honr on
Mimiliiy inoniiug by way of Potgiesers
Drift. The eleventh brigade, forming
a pnrt of the fitb division under General Warren, made a foinl attaolc upon
tlm kopje Immediately on our front,
The assault \vun fleHvered nt tho outset
undor cover of mivnl gnus mi Mount
Alien nud subsequently undor tlmt uf
n field batterry.
"The iiifnntn advanced Bteadlly toward tlie Hour entrenchments nt
Brakfonteln uud kept the enemy busily
employed, While this diversion was
being made the remainder of the in.
miilry told oft for llin attack, who bad
bivouacked Sunday night, finder Mount
Alioe, innvi'ii along ut tbo font of
Swarts Knp in the direction nf our
right. A���pi'iitiinn bridge was thrown
across thn Tngela by tlu< engineers pn.
ili'i- lire of tlm enemy. "
Hoer Head Imager, Ladysmith, Tuesday*, Feb. ii. ���in a. m.)���Further reports of yesterday's fighting nt the Up*
iler Tngela Kiwi show thnt the British
lost heavily nt Pont Drift, hut took
nu unimportant position  on  n small
kopje on the Mnliii Drift side, Four
Boers were killed, The British loss
ia unknown, They are still iu posses-
sinii of the kopje and the big guns
hnve ceased firing,
WILL
GO TO THE FRONT
I.T.r^T'tlPEESIlITI'fflLEI
FRIENDLY TO DMBLAKD
First Contingent Ordered to
Leave Belmont.
TO PAY THE EXPENSES
COIiaerned.    Tins train   wi
guiy ou Keimi
evening, mul win arrive.! at Winnipeg
at 4:80 o'olook on Fehruary \2. leev-1
ing an hour and n bnl.' Inter with the
(Winnipeg nml Manitoba troops, The
(train will carry nbonl U30 men nnd
horses.
The Finance  Minister Uives Notice of ft
Measure to Provide Two Million
Dollars -Stratlioona Horse,
Spearmnn's Camp, Wednesday, Feb,
7. ���in p. 111.)���General Holler commenced the ndvanoe for the relief nt
Ladysmith ou Monday. The naval
guns opened ut T o'clock in the mcrn-
ing mul an attuok was made in front of
our position. Three battalions advanced toward the Bvnkfontoin witli six
hntterios.   Al   il   o'clook the    Boers
(Speolul Dispatches lo The Miner. )
Montreal, Feb. 7,���The Star's correspondent with the lirst Ctiundiau contingent snys:
"Belmont, Cape Colony, Feb. :j. ���At
lusr lung weeks of waiting here havo
ended and wo havo received orders to
ndvanoe, This, Saturday, morning, nn
older was issued that we were to get,
ready to proceed to the front immediately, and grent excitement is well
as pleasure, bnt the prospeot of going
to tbe front and change oump duties' from tin* list
for something exciting was welcnmefl
by   all.
"After preparations had been made
tor tho departure of the whole regi*
ment, a change oame in the orders and
ii was decided that "A" und "G"
companies, those trom British Colombia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward   Island,    slin',1   hit   left   behind.
Toronto, Cob, ;.��� Thn Queen's Own
Rifles have received permission from
the authorities to organize n complete
mounted infantry corps.
He Stands Ready to
Neutrality,
Strain
Toronto, 1'Vh. i*. ���Nine otscs of!
smallpox linvii heen discovered al To
ronlo Junction, The outbreak was discovered in a largo hoarding house, nnd
every precaution is being taken In
oheok its spread.
The Globe's corn spenfloill   with   the
lirst Canadian contingent ill South Afrioa, cables that a dispatch   from Del
tnnnt Under date of yesterday said thai
tlio Canadians have   returned   to Bel-:
innnt   from Richmond   uml  Thornhill !
whence they had la en sent, nut nn a re-
Gonnnlssunce
THE CONSUL INCIDENT
Oliiimiiien   Arrested   fur   Entering   tlio
United Statoi from Canada   An
[nti r -sting Letter.
opened   with   artillery   tire  and  Bent Bnt this was afterwards explained   by
m vera! shells aiming tho Hritish ui-
funtry who retired an hour later.
Meanwhile a vigorous attack was made
ou the extreme right where the eni_i-
Lotd   Roberta ; neers expeditiously constructed a pcai-
Moiilreal. Feb. 7. ���The governing
Committee of the Montreal Stuck Ex-
change has taken steps tn Institute an
investigation into tho War Bagls und
Centre Star incidents,and unle-s a wil-
isfaetorv explanation is forthcoming
the Wnr Eagle will likely disappear
imi the Con Ira Star is uot
likely to go mi, it is not pretinded
there is anything deliberately wroug,
hut it is considered peculiar that ll enn-
pie of broker; siiiuil 1 he able to get
news in advanoe nud to govern them*
selves ueuordingly.
Miner)
��� 1 rillsh
tiiiii.li
I'laini
111"   SIIU-
lintlli
inti I--
clni
Peterl.oro, Unl., Fob. 7. ���Bright-
man's hide and leather depository was
destroyed hy lire this morning. The
origin of the lire is unknown. Tho
loss is fit,000, and   lhe insmance.    $.,-
mio.
the announcement that they were
merely assigned lu look after the hug-
gage and stores anil will joiu tho rest
of tlie regiment later.
"Although our destination is seciet I
e  from   does  Hon.   Several pieces of emmon, hidden Igm allowed to  slate that we nre going ' way net   provides that  railways shall | without prejudice to eithei  patty   nn
'    on to Urns Pan, the scene of  Lord Me-
Toronto, Feh. 7.���The Canadian rail-
i Special Gurrespnudciicn of Tin
Wflilihigton, D, ('..  i���'( ��� .  2
nffnii - am  rapi ll_  becoming u
an issue in tin's country as nre
tin   politics.    The   Republican-
leaf Iho adniinisli'iilion's
piith.v   v. Ith   (lieat    Britain    i
meu'ly to gratitude to her i' i In
pnthy in our Spanish win-u syi
which is said to have  pn v-nti,
leleiico by rl"' p.wi'l's i f Kimu i
Democrats,   on tin* other hand,
ilia.- :ii;s sympithy   is   evidence nl   mi
unholy ulliiinee. whereby   rim   ['nitiii
Stales is in pull  lhe  plums mil   i
Chinese Hie for lhe li 'in-lit nf i'ngln ���
WliicllHVi i    i-   i iE lit. i !'������   I.."' is in	
lhal President MilCinie.y stands rendi
lo .-tm in ni'iiir ility re, t; ,- hreiili i i ;
point in '���' iv i "i I In at livii iin. li"
has niveli notieti tln.t no diplomat .rout
the Triiiisvnnl uii! lie teceivod, nn rli,*
ground thai ihat country hns-,:n pn-ier
to send mil ministers, and this ilesnil '
the fact ihai Or  I,evils   |ms]j iin fur-
ninlly   i -.-i-.;-.t   ly   Germany, France
and Russia: he has icinsed ro nffor
ineililltion, .as   he   might verv well   do
ill advance lias among ihe trees nn /.waits Kop horn
s will prnh- I Imided heavily. Tbe British Infantry
advanced aud the liners were entirely
surprised. At four o'olook a high hill,
n continuation of the Brakfontein had
been taken. The operations were excellently planned. The name of the
hill take" is Kraut* Kloof.
The bombardment of the Boer position was rcs-mmied this (yesterday)
morning The liners worked a disappearing ennnou from thn high   Doorni
Town within   a
nul    ihat the
��� ; ' iini-t noi be
a that   a great
i.i h IS   seriously
a iiinutli   or
i     ��� fore    this   enn
In lhe   meanwhile
ai,* likely to   en*
,. it ii sharp fight-
-iroom,   and
looked i"i.
.        iV'ar 01 ':.'������   :lt
a ..! .    ������The
ill    '       ::"<:(   hut
ai  regarding the
maps do  not
ui ioudd ;-.i ii-., ri
\  spei ial dispatch
inp, dnti d Wetlnes-
��� n e ai   the moment
oers   i nfllode   ns
i Spion Kop and
,. i  -, nlthoufjh
; i,..- oouaidei'-
moe if the in,m .
I."
���Ir.    S]n nccr  Wiling   Poll   today
forces appear now to be
     In   tlm   ab
Ige, it is idle   to
tleueral   Hnller's   at-
!., .this is cast of
ilistnnoe   to  Lady*
111 - Imi the couii-
a Ih ii any oilier route.
��� "     ial    Hnllir's troops
��� ��� i neiuv's resist-
i ng,   The delay In-
easing the ri\*tv mnsl makn
,   - Bt��rl   needed   lo
Bank, li is not
i- Lord Roberta
ic campaign or
��� 'hai he has  ouly
��� nearer ihe soeue
I   <>l     I e  in co'll-
"is Oenerals."
\
Kloot range on tlu* ri_ht. of tho cap**
lined hill, hut the llrilish shells ex,
pluded lis inagn/.iue and the guu was
put out of acnon until late iu the day.
Musketry lire was intermittent until
the afternoon when tic Hoers made n
determined effort tu take the hill.
Kciiifoicemeuts riislmd up cheering,
the Boers were repulsed and the British advanced ulong lhe ridge.
then's battle witn thej Boers ou November 35, nml half way to Modder
River, Where wo are to he sent after
thut, I nm not allowed to state. All is
excitement nt tlie prospeot of going nf- j
ter the enemy."
have rates sanctioned bj the Governor-1der th" terms of The Hngno pen
Genera] in council. Today the court I treaty; be has broken up ihe efforts
granted W. A. l.ees. of Ottawa, $'2T8 of the Boers to enlist men in this conn-
which he had paid tbe Company in j try, while not interfering .in ihe least
fares before their rates were sanction- with tbe British purchases of wai timed. The case has excited grent interest Itorinls, and in every other way lie has
among railway men. [given evideuce'of his  strong  adhesion
to the British cause, I'.ut there are
lawn, Feb. *,���Fielding has given j Winnipeg. 3?eb. i.���lt. Gnbiel, who no. wnritib'g tliAsi. wild "take* the opfib-
notice of a resolution tonight nrovid-1has been conducting the pro-Boer side site vciw of He qnestion. Senator
ing for about two million dollars as of a controversy in oue of the city Mason, of Illinois, roaently introduced
Oannna's maguillceut contribution to' newspapers recently, attempted to ad- in the Senai!��� a resolution of sympathy
ihe Empire   in   connection   with  tha|dre8��  a  pro-Boer  lueeting  which   bpjwith tho Hoeis,    British   Consul  Vnn
TRAITUR   KKDMUXD.
Sides
Anothei    Irish   Memiier   Tnk
.Witli Britain's Enemies,
Loudon,   Feb    7.���.lohn   Redmond,
chairman of the   United   Irish party,
was loudly cheered hy   all   seotions   of
sending of contingents to aid the British arm in South Africa, it is what
is known as an indemnity hill which
will provide tor expenditures already
made by Canada on behalf of the war
in the Transvaal and will ulso make
provision for iuture expenditures up to
July 1. If the wnr continues longer,
there will require to be additional
sums of money voted.
The resolution includes all expenses
o�� every kind in couneotiou with raising, enrolling, arming, equipping,
provisions, despatching and transporting thu contingent, the payment of
til,- tu,'ti and ollicers all separation allowance! paid to wives and children of
had called here tonight. It was not a iMttart, ai New Orleans, was quoted as
success. When lie arrived ut the dbor- having commented on Senator Mason
way to'flic hall he found the passage I for this aot in a way which, while
blocked hy a large crowd of anti* [quite true to the facts, was neverthe-
Boers, who were liberally supplied less very offensive to diplomatic pro-
with spoiled eggs. These were scat- jnedure. Accordingly, Senntni Mason
tared proitiTsndosly over Qabielis cloth-1 made a speech in the Senate, denouncing, The would-be lecturer wns chni- J jug tho Consul. It turned out, bowed around the block by the mob and ; ever, that he had not taken the trouble
escaped seiions injury. The crowd nf- to verify the interview. As soon us
terwarils paiadcd Main Street   singing! dm   State   Department    heard   et   the
" I'n pnrntinu i lire 1 nin�� mniin i y ;: ,���
Canadian (Inyernnn nt for ei-lahlii li-
ii": ihe \, Inler trail in Ben ihi f.wbii i,
lowing to an ovarian I cot-nil ... I', it
Selkirk, llisacn In __���.]* i Ln Barge, will
he i ii) ni',,.. shorter than ihn r mte fn|.
lowed l.i-i ymir. While Lawsi n litis
li a ill popr,!ai !:���:: during i::,' pasl snin-
���m r, it has Kiiiued m wealth ami i -
now a i.., ii i'ii:, suli Ian Ini tow n,
The io per "i nt. .. i iity ,.:, Hie sea
ia.' ��� oi. pn Ihis ',.. mini uei nm uml,
' ���:���',!!������    "".;,:    ���- - ,���    ' In   (.otid ",'!-
leeteri :. .       Ill (1.     I'ln   i iipnt   ihi,.
��� -s : ��� rally t-ntiin t'".i  .   .���; .���   ���
il l       i In    ;.. n yi ,ir il   : is   le-    ih ',.
s: ..e: ii.tino    :!." in.tr....    ...a ���:   I    ,.
! lilt >���:���.- i    hi-,   a" !  .a "ia- ! i;:a
and hthnr -ii-, i.ug niacliinei v   mi, all tl
rn eks,   has   . ic Ically ushi r n   a
ui",v i.'f.i in the workiug of   tha   mines
ami ��� llOllld ;���:. iliiee a dollish   ";: ll aii-.
As   we   ai'.'   uoiv   iii ii Igei'.ipliio coin-
municiltiou with :!:,��� ie-l of tile wi I   I.
rapi ii   is iu-i   foiiiiwini! ' ii ;ne i'    -
i of   ih"   prospector, and tiie nntlouk for
lie niiminu season i- mosl nromisiiag "
A iii.l has   ii ii I'livnrahli reporied in
ihe I oiti u s.:.ii s  Somite   l'i '   paving
in i!i" legal i'i picseiitntives "i tlio   lute
,1 nines und W ill in in i' an "... i , i ';n mil a.
Ih" sum ot .,1,(100, Hi" ynlne ,,!' a vessel
iciill-il '���'.:.' I j ud N'els.iii   illegally mii*,e.l
I liy   l.ii'iiii-nai.t   Wooisev, of :;,'���   Navy
I it ih" l':.ii"ii States, on I.:   .it:.lici.
��� .1 line .,, iv.)v. nml interest .���.-, -i per
"���ii'. Ii'iin iii" duy i.i' .-. iznre In .lie
,11..ci.I   ii;.'".
l.l*_Yi'i -ni '���������   AT '..'i' :;.
Jv'iiivi: 1 '. . ' iiitcrcvuti ai in lbe
': mi; van! V ���:'������.
Sew ",'���,���!,. ;���',;. ;.- I: is learned
:hnt lim'.cr :':.. teiins et Tlie Hague
!,��� ,ty �� liicli i-.as just ',. - i: iaiiiieil hy
lhe ��� ��� a.", un i It'orl wiil I ������ made before long lo ".',. ri such otllcea   as  may
j properly lie extended to ;ln belligerents
: io bring ah ii i: termination of i)n>
wnr in Son li At: lea, says   Ihe   Wash
lingtoii correspondent ol 'Hi" Times.
Beforn this treaty was adopted II   was
I ni.'.intaiin ii Unit the United States
could not. iviihout   exposing tliis CJov-
lernmeut lo lhe suspicion of unfriendly
motives, venture in suggesl the use of
good iii'lices in   both paiiiis to lhe war.
|Even now there may hi some hesitancy about declaring, liy advances
iiinii,'.-vcn .*.-i.11 in" best lutfentinus,
that the Transvaal i~ or is nol a vassal
state. Hut it i- beginning to he appreciated thai il may not he wise to
defer ion 1 mg the r,i7'nr nl friendly Intervention to save lit" on both sides.
GERMAN*.   STANDS ALOOF.
patriotic son���s aud oheeriug for the
Queen, Fully <me tho.sand joined in
the procession. Gable) is a Welolimaii
and has farmed at St. Charles for the
past five years.
A boy   named  Chose, aged   14,   was
shot through the windpipe while play-
affair, hewever, it set mi investigation
on foot ami learned to its entire satisfaction that the interview was a fabrication. The Consul has been exonerated from all blame, although if ii
hnd boon   learned the   inttrview   ��as
the Irish members when lie rose in the i ihe married of  the  non-commissioned |����ot tnrougn _no w.uopipe wm.epia.v- authentic, he   w ,ul.l have!..,!,   given
House ,il Common, today to   move  an officers and ni"., at the rates laid down  i��K ��*ith a Mm tins afternoon and will | his passport and rompe  m leave the
hy lhe Imperial regulations.   The dilf- ! probably die
amendment tn the Address in reply to
the Speech from tile Throne, rcpre-
Renting thai the time had arrived to
bring tlie war to a close on the basis
of recognizing the Independence of
the Transvaal.
Mr.   Redmond     declared   that* the
overwhelming   opinion    of   leaning
American statesmen was hostile to
Ureal Britain in this war. and said
the unanimous disapproval of the
world demonstrated thai the war  was
unjust, and it  ought,   tin lofor
slnppi ll.
en-nee between tho rates of the pay of
ollicers, noncoiumissioiicd ollicers und
men. which they will receive from tlie
Imperial authorities  nni   thn   rates nf
pay which they |huve received up to
their debarkation nt Cape Town will
he placed in a fund to he expended as
the Government may direct for thu
iiiiielil of those who nre depending u|
ciuniry,   so   much   would  b'ive   heen
A canons of Provincial  Conservative compelled   by pnhlic opinion,    Repre-
candidates, successful  nud unsnucess
ful ut tbe recent elections, was held
here tonight, It is understood thnt
Lyons, Conservative member for Norfolk, will retire to make way lor Davidson, the new Provincial Treasurer,
who has no seat in the Bouse, Lyons
will probably   in*   appointed Manitoba
seutntlve Smith also takes the Bo_r
side uf lhe fight, nnd proposes to oiler
an amendment in the diplomatic and
consular appropriation hill now being
prepared hv lhe lluii.-c Foreign Affairs
committee for a Minister resident and
Consul General to ihe South African
Republic,   There is no chance of  ihis
on the Canadian soldiers, or paid over | Commissioner tn lhe earls  lixposition  neing adopted, however.
OTTER'S SECOND REPORT.
While
Three Men   Pound   Asleep
Sentry lJuty.
iSpccial Dispatoh io Tho Miner, i
Ottawa,  'mi .   ',.   -Another    report
lms heen received from Colonel Otter in
couminnd of ihe hint contingent.   His
report is up  to   .lanuunry    I.     This   is
to their rcpioseniativi. at the close  of |und also he given a retiring allowance, j    Montague   Whin,    formerly Consul*
,,, ,,,���,, ���< ,i.��� ���..,,. The Government has ordered new eluo-  ,;, Ml fl,| ,,t the  Trnnsvaal at   I don,
lo hei tun permit in ine w,u, , ���
Lord Strathcona has approved of the ' ""'i** '*��ts to he  prepared here for Ihe : ,. ,,i the city, bul has .tated positively
list ol offloers fot tha Strathcona Honw Dauphin constituency. thnl   he   Is   not,  ns  was sopposen,   n
as submitted   by Minlatei   of  Militia     The   Winnipeg   Victorias  leave   for diplomatic representative of the Boets,
Bold -n    Several places have yet to be Montreal tomorrow tor the Stanley Cup |,|e visit being merely with  the Inten,
dually   decided   upon,   however,   ������d j nockey ehniiipioii-hip iiiaich,-. ,)on   of working   np   sympnthy   with
several  dentils  in    the   arrangement   theii cnnse,
have to bo oouolnded befoto tl Holal     Montreal.   Keb, 7.-Hugh   Bnird,  of     An important trial 1. now goiug on
i -i oan he announced. ' tbe Montreal  Hockey  Cluh, has  heen al Forgo, Nortl koin, in which it i-
  (agreed npon by the representatives of sought to s_pBl frnni the country some
Winnipeg. Feb. 7.-At n meeting of the Shamrock, and   Victoria clubs ns BO Chiuamen who entered
id here the resolution adopt* I referee In next week's motcnes for the stales i
Will Not Re Open Ihe Kgyptiiui C_ues-
tin: ��� Leid's Movements.
Berlin, Feb. 7.���With reference tu the
attempt of b'rench diplomnoy uud journalism to indue" Germany into joining ii, a movement against England In
��� Bgypt, a hiKii personage at the foreign Office made the following statement last evening: "Germany will
uot  join   a  movement  to re-open tlie
Egyptian nUOKlloU, Aside frum the
qnurtiun whether France and Ku..-m
mean honestly, Germany is of opinion
that it wonld be unloyal ami unfair lo
seize a moment when Lngland is
di "j ly engagi i elsewhere [or such
steps."
in. Leyds -pent yesterday at Wei*
mar,where he tendered his congratulations lo Min (. li ami Duke upon the six,
tieth anniversary nf his joining the
Prussian army. Hu returned t" Berlin
Inst evening. As lm does not tind^titne
now lo go to si. Petersburg, he will
return to Brussels, where mi enormous mass ii correspondence nwuits
Imn.     Dr.    Leyds has   announced   lhal
me Transvaal Is uot engagiug volunteers for lhe war ami will refuse In
transport any to South Ann a
PLANS OF OPPOSITION.
11,,   eoond i.por: tlmt bus been recelv
Fighting begun ''���'' n"m Oolonel utier.   A good deal of offortng nf 10, Canadian hoops for
'    Sterkstrwn and is in wl,al i-eoiitaineii mn has h i recelv- the Trans, nal was endorsed.   Dealing
|.a,���   i,,,,.,,   ,,,   .ed hy cable, -ueh for tusiaincas to the with lhe same ma,ter,   the   Winnipeg
! necessity of seudlngho Cape Town of Board of Trade adopted tbe following
  a Halifax   man.  Private   Shaw, on ac  '    "Thai Ihe Winnipeg   Board of Trade
H. P. Ellison, legal oount of ill  hcalib.   He  also speaks I hereby declare Its uoqollfied approval
1 OfHce,   starts highly'of  fhoie Canadians who took of.the Dominion Government   In  fur-
in.   in order to I part   In the Suunyaide affair.   The
liner,   he  British  most  serious part ol  the report is thnl
uer, ni legal problems I whioh tefors to tho  necessity of oonrl
' miii'tii.lling   three   of   tin
who were found asleep on sentry duly.
.el
Standard  has I This  is  a  serious  uffeuce,    Two of IGovernmenut may considei
"'���': Oamp, I them belong to"A," and one of thou, and iiecosaaiy
;ii"  force uiidei   lo'"B" comnanies, All threo are wi t-l
Fob.!   7. ���Arrun
uz. ns held here the resolution adopt-1 rere.ee in next weeas unrenesiur mei- - ���*. ->     "v'r :
In  Vancouver cili/.ens  favoring the | Stanley Cup.    Several oilier gentlemen   the Chimin,, n In custody nl Nrgnweiej
were suggested, but the Winnipeg moti arrested lasl Nuvemb.r. The others
were unwilling to accept a man from have been arrested since llml nine
the local VietoriiiB and Mr. Baird was Tbey me now in the custody of the
soon agreed upon. The seleciinn of Unite. Slates, Marshall and are doml
Mr. P..iird is looked upon as cvcellenl filed ill it vacant storn at Fargo, They
by tbe local hockey men and ii is are fed at the expense
thought he will make a thoroughly ini-
<  ihe iiieam whereby Canada partial offlolal.   The  sale of seats for
WM enabled to   send lloops   to   South  tho matches ou Monday und Weilncsilav
Africa In defense of tbe Empire, and evenings is proooeding al an extraorelt-
utingent I further that this  Hoard  pledgee eop* nary rate. It le tliouglit the attendance
port to any additional expenditure tho will likely   prove  a teoord   for
 i,
fi  ndvanolng to ' em uuu.
Wi
I peg,
tin-  Government, a number  of (he   prisoners acting as "links.   Their at n si wai effi ol
nl on their arrival at   Portal,    N.   II.,
where   tho  "Sou"   railway  conni11
wilb lie-   Canadian    Pacific,     which
i.nil..i   the  Chinaman   irom   Vonci i
bla I Arena Rink,    Lv u-y  one of the boxes ver, where they debarked   irom   ncenn
,1ms been tllsposed of and reserved souts   steamships
am glowing iiioru and   more scarce
meets 	
III.'Ill   lull
Ilie
Is  taking -p. cinl intercsl In
and after twi
may fall ly  be |
I foi the iiaiispi
irtation   of   the   Strath
Montreiil,  Bob.    7.���Chief   of   Pollc
Otta
"���in.- 0  good slap  on thai ttlotic Fund is now ����li,l*i||
Feb 7.���The Canadian   I'n- oonn Horse have been cum
ploted by the | Hughes   is   at piesenl conlineil   li
O. P. R.,   ho
far   as tbe  first train is jolty hospital with sciatica.
United States  Con-,,1   Morrison   nl
���   liaw-oii City, i 'inuula, topul tl   to  tin
1 Stale iJepnittiieiit, in part as   follows *,'decision,
i Bpeoial Dispatch lo The   Muni. ,
Ottawa,    Feb.   L���Judging  h)   Ihe
great number of questions Bir Hi)" ��� -
Tupper im- on Ihi order papal n i|	
mg the Yukon,n is evident he Inti udi
reopening   the  qneilii i a judicial
1 nnqnlry.   11 la also understood tbe I
I position Intends pursuing  the inqnir.
Into the W'",t Huron eleotion,   which
I was incomplete,   when tho bouse  i. e
in -1 year    -"in enqniry Into the Brock*
villi by . leel lon may also i�� ,
IN   CHINA
Peklll,  Pali. T      ill-     , mi.i    ,    i i
Moved lhal the Dowager ISmyin ������ will
imi attempt the  formal  di pot I Inn    I
the Emperor ai the  ]     i nl   motni nt
Everything   had bi en | n iiared I i the
coupe, hot ai the lasl   moment   repi
: i mn- v., i" made to Ier thai sm h
a ",nit-,, would probably ti at" . t ii n-
oppnsltlnn in th" South   inn'   thi    in
. dlice.l    her  1,:. Ulp ,::iril       ' a   dl ll  til"
I
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lNelson Daily Miner
rubl'shod Daily except. Montley.
N-1,1.). Mi.vsn l'liisri-vj It I'um.taiii-.a Co.
��j_* t)   I    BEATON, Kdilor and Manager,
SUDSCBIPTION KATKF,
Dilly por month by canter ���   U-"'
per half yoar    3 50
oor yerr ,    ��� 00
oeryuarby mull    :"'00
peryeur foreign    N0��
Nelson Wkeiciy Minkb.
Weekly, pfi' half yoar  IM
pL i year    2 00
par year, foreign    250
HubHcripiIoni invariably In advaaoej
N.lson Min :r Printings PubllshlngCo
NELSON. B. O.
TELEPHONE     No.    144.
REWARD.
Tin' Miner will pay $10 reward
for information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of any person
who steals a copy of this paper
tretr. the premises of our subscribers.
plated. The present Manitoba Premier
is not a believer iu thu vicious principle, to the viotOTS lii'long tlm Hpoils.
He believes instniiil iu a permu.ieni
Civil Service,and if there is any weeding out now in progress it may be regarded as certain that good cause is
thought to exist for it. Mr. Green-
way had some useless ;'olflcos,*r:'and in
addition some olFeusivs officials, if
Mr. Maodonald dons uo worse tlnm
turn out of (loots thn person who has
tieuu doing duty as Queen's Printer, he
will deserve prniBe, instead of censure,
f.ir a on.ia- offensive partisan in Its
BXtreuieat sense it would be hard to
find. Civil servants who have bad business to mind, aud who have minded
it Willi a sense of its being tbeir supreme duty, will uot be   disturbed.
WHAT DOES   IT MEAN?
An entirely incomprehensible feature
nf the Hituntiiiu at Victoria ia   the fad
that all toe Oon it newspapers, and apparently ull tin- members, tnke it for
grauted that na long as tha Government oan manage to dodge 1111 adverse
vote it may hold possession withont
right of challenge. At the best it lias
1.ut. mi" nf a mnjorty. With parties so
evenly balanced it is not usual to continue in ollice, as it is impossible to
give to the administration of affairs
and to the direction of legislation that
firmness and thoroughness so necessary
to the efficient conduct of the public
business. Ouly u few days ago n member who is reckoned as 11 Governmeut
supportur^took exception] loathe course
a Minister proposed 10 adopt, and as
he wonld have been sustained by those
in Opposition if thn matter had been
brought to au IssO-flho Miuisiir was
obliged to surrender. This ono incl-
dnt is evidence that the Government
does uot possess ullli'ittut'oimtrol of the
Boose, aud.withuut such control onr
Parliamentary system requires that i
should resign. Yet it is haugiug ou,
and Momingly without melting the
imn'. 11 -ni-." ol the exceeding iuipro
prioty of^'it. To those not blssssd
with the enlightenment that prevail!
on the Coast, this is beyond couipic-
beusion.
It is our privilege to guess at
explanations, of courao, nnd that ia
all we can do. It is possible [that on
nll;hautlsJit is recognised tbut the situation cannot continue, lmt that he-
fore it enn be terminated with safely
to the pnhlio 1 merest it is necessaiy
thnt certain legislation shnnld be passed. No doubt there are some thing*
that require early attention, and that
grave inconvenience, if not couftminn,
would result if there ahonld be 11 dissolution ut tiie piesent time. Doth
sides may appreciate the vety gre.it importance of this ci milium of things,
and may hnve mutually agreed to
whatever legislation the urgency of the
situation may demand before prroipl-
tstlug a crisis. If tbat ia the explanation, we are free to admit it la one
that is creditable to both lldtS of the
House, and it is safe to say the country will applaud it. But if it is a
mere game of dodging that ia being
played, tho country will qnltS SS certainly regard thr spectacle as too scandalous if we deaire to maintain a decent public reputation.
If au agreement as to legislation ia
prolonging thn anxiety, it is a pity tlin
House does not routine Itself to those
measures that urn urgent. It would
not he difficult to specify Hills that
might be deferred with safely, perhaps
even with advuntage. There is also
in some quarters a strong desire to
bave 11 general redistribution iticimni'.,
introuduced. This is said to lie a lie
CSHsarv preliminary to dissolution. A
redistribution at this time ia not required ;it la not only not required, but
would be exceedingly injudicious.
Next year there will be u census, and
until we know eiactly how our popu
latiou is diHtributed a genernl rear-
nni-..mi'iii nf constituencies would lm
foolish. No huim will accrue to any
suction of thn Province for the term of
another Legislature, with the constitu
nicies us they aro. It will be time
enough In redistribute when we can
do it intelligently ; before a census is
taken we cannot. II there is pressing
necessary legislation lo bo disposed
of, let the work be done as expeditiously as   1 11.1",  nud   then   let Ihe
present Government do Ihe only praiseworthy thing of its SllstenoS and give
Dp the ghost, Hut if it la em ploy log
the arts of cunning politicians tu escape formal defeat, it ih to bo hoped
Mr. Prentice or some other well disposed Ministerial men,i.i will take
early occasion to put au end to the
agony. 	
A .iiiutlemau who is said to le
"will known throughout British (Jo-
luiubia," wiites from Loudon to The
Vancouver Woild: "I fear British
Columbia mining has suffered much
from the mischievous Eight-Hour Inw.
There is u feeling on thiB side, thnt
has existed for some time, that the
cost of niiuinR in British Columbia is
excessive, ^aud. in fact, gobbles up
too huge a proportion of the money invested. I sincerely hope tbut"au effort
will ho made to redeem, to some extent, this unfavorable feature." It
would hardly be possible to have 0
worse impression get abroad. We
shall never cojx capital into the Province^ long _bh there is a feeling that
the cost ot mining is excessive, and
without capital it will not matter
whether the day is eight hours, or one
hour, or twenty, as there will be nothing to do.
As soon as Vancouver had held
its Dig meeting to foroe the Dominion authorities to furnish a further
contingent of ten thousand mounted
infantry, its Mayor telegraphed other
Mayors aud Boards of Trade from Dan
to Beeisheba to join in the movement.
Among the host was, of course, the
Mayor of Nelson, who does uot appear
to have taken uuy steps by way of re-
spouse, lu this, we think, he has
shown vory good sense. British Columbia tuny yet be permitted to send
its own hundred rough riders, and of
the Strathcona Horse this Province is
being asked to contribute one hundred
anil eighty recruits. Between the two
we Hball have opportunity to put our
patriotism beyond question, withont
mnkitig oumilves ridiculouB by extravagant recommendations whioh no one
in authority will listen to for a moment.
Theie was 11 genernl disposition to
accept the explanation of the editor of
The Kamloops Standard, in regard to
Its enrrespondent's very oonrae letter
referring to the Lieutenant-Governor,
and if nothing mere hnd been said the
matter uo doubt would have heen
dropped. Bnt he hns foolishly nllowed
the correspondent to aggravate the original offence by n new one quite ss
oirensive, and we am tifrnid hn muat
uot, look for much public sympathy under the prosecution which tbe Attorney-General says has been instituted.
Ho nnd the eorreapondent havo juat
failed to be wise enough to know when
lo stop.
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Manitoba must not be taken as an indication that a .lieu  "weep is content-
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SNORING.
A   Ten. el.-r    Km.a.    'llml    Snv��._t<-��   tin
Not Hnve tlie Ai-voinplUhuit-nt.
"Snoring may he Inconveniently ubtru-
aive iu a sleeping car," said the experienced traveler, "but it is just us much
a murk nf a high stage of civilisation us
is the sleeping car itself. You inny tukr
il for u fact that all the Wild and interior
races do uot snore. The doctrine of th?
snrvivul of the littest gets iu its work
right there, aud the savage person who
vocalizes his sleep stands a very _..ut.
chance of learning thut snoring is not
goml for the health. Suppose ynu ure _
very envage person out on the warpath
lu a country full of your enemies. You
take every precaution ngninst discovery,
covering your trail uud selecting your
camp so us to buttle ordinal? search.
That's ull right, but if you snore it's all
wrung. An enemy who bears the sound
will make invcsti.annus, aud the result
is fatal ulways and trtQUSUtly uuconil'urt-
able.
"1 have I.era a great deal among wild
people, both la tbia Oountry aud elsewhere, ami 1 know that they do not snore.
Once I had ant of these government pro
fessurs with me. Ht was a very wise
luuu aud knew more about the savages
thun they did themselves, hut he would
more to beat tin* hand. Like moat pen
pie whose sliiuil*."** are orchestrated, he
denied the fa-Ji 511.1 we should never have
convinced h_S al vrlut the rest of 11a had
every reason v.. know if it had nut been
for one liltls ih'-Umstance. Une night
wit mads our camp right in a village of
the savages. Tbey were peaceful enough,
and we were iu 110 particular danger.
Still, as they were wild people, it was
just as well to keep some sort of a watch
on their uinvMientti.
"Well, the frofessor rolled himself up
ia his blanket and soon was snoring like
a good fellow. After awhile I felt that
there were people about, and I lifted myself up oa my elbow tu see what was up.
I'm blessed if pretty near the whole outfit
of the savages hadn't left their own
houses and squatted down on the grass
where they could look iuto our camp and
see what waa going on. It was the first
time ia all their lives they had ever heard
a man snore, ami they did uot know whut
to make of it, or rather they thought
they did, for they sized it up that some
one of the gods was communicating with
tbe white men.
"It's never very safe to monkey with
the religious opiuions of tbe savages, as
I got up and woke the professor. Whea
ie saw the crowd sitting around our
camp, he was seared for fuir, but when
I told him thnt the savages had gathered
just to hear bim snore it made him mad.
I don't see why it should. If the savages don't snore and the civilized people
do, then the snore should be taken as one
of the badges of civilization."���New York
Sum	
FATE OF A VALUABLE STAMP.
CraTe- by Collectors, It Ia Barneil
by m Carelesa limnetic.
In the year 1851 a 12 penny black Canadian postage stamp was printed by the
government at Ottawa. The public did
not regard this somber issue with favor,
so few were issued.
One ef these stamps was sent to the
Hamilton postofhee, where it was sold to
an old gentleman, who said it was a
shame to print the queen's picture on a
stamp that might be handled by profane
hands. Tenderly the old gentleman put
It sn a parcel, sending it to a friend in
the United Stntes. Here, in the waste
basket, it lay for many a day, till an errand boy found it and quickly transferred it to his album. Despairing of getting a good collection and his fever for
stamps somewhat abating, he sold them
to a dealer. The new owner, on looking
tt tbe ,'." 1 i.lni'iie, found that what he bad
paid $5 for was worth $25.
Accidentally this stamp was slipped into a 25 .'.ni packet and aeut to a dealer
residing in Hamilton. When the latter
opened the packet, ht was astonished to
find such a valuable slniup and, being
holiest, wrote his friend to inform him of
what bad happened, offering him .1,20*1
fnr it. The offer wus accepted, aud thi
stamp again changed linn,Is. By this
time the atamp had Increased in value,
and 1..a a few caint from a distance ta
lisik ut the treasure. One day an Kng-
lisb n..1,1.'iiiun, wbo, through a Cuuadiau
friend, had heard of the stamp, offered
$1.51)0. which offer was aceopttd. Ths
Kill-Hull lord, falling iu love with an
American heiress and wishing to gain ths
fiirnr nf her brother, presented him with
the stump as a token of esteem. Hert,
in its new aud luxtirioua American home,
it came to a snd end, for une dny
the M".nl, by mistake, swept the stamp,
which had accidentally fallen out uf the
album. Into lbe lire. In sn instant the
stamp which thousands had heard of nnd
longed fur went up in smoke tn the
broad, blue aky, lea ring nut a trace be-
now   l'> I Inii,* Settle llllni-ri-U.
It was in October, lUiW, that the big
python at the r.oo fell into the deplorable
error of swallowing his cnmpniiiuu, a
snake only a few inches shorter limn himself. A similar disaster is reported from
Bombay, where for some years past two
litr.e Indian pythons had occupied a cage
in the museum of the Bombay Natural
History society. There was some mis-
iiiiilei-slanding between them over a partridge, for they were found so tightly
entangled  iu each other's coils thut thu
utmost endeavors of peeeemaktng keepers failed to effect a separatluu, ami they
were left tu settle the runt I it sccor*9ing
to their own lights. Next day there was
only nne very a toil I python visible. These
large reptiles evidently kuiiw but one
nay of settling a i|iinrrcl. ��� London
Sketch.      	
Shrrldai. Hurt III* Ileal of It.
itiihiirii Cumberland, iho playwright.
whk extremely Jealous nr hiu young rival,
Richard Bberldan, It Is related iluu lm
llink his children tu see oue of the first
performances ot "The School For Scandal." and when they screamed with deli-lit their irritable father pinched them,
laying! "What are yuu laughing ut'!
Vnii should not laugh, my angels. There
is nothing to laugh at," adding in un tin
ilirloiic, "Keep still, you little dunces!"
When this wns repotted to Sheridan.
he laid, "It win ungrateful nf Cumber
land to be displeased with his children
for liiiirlniig at my comedy, Tur when I
went to see Ilia tragedy 1 laughed from
beginning to end!"
h*t nival.
May- Jennie   lovea   .lack   Uwtldhedde
but sbt'a afraid he luuia auuiebudy tlat
more.
Kay��� She'a right too.
May-Iiide*d!   Who la It?
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,
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COAL!   COAL!A R BARR0Wl AM'cE
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
Great Reduction!
.aHn-i.1DraCcTt,_, $9.65 Per Ton
"W" $6.15 Per Ton
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llin-i Hull 1 . .11111.11 i.." tu 11 m Frldayi!
Ki.nmti. 7.311 |i m, followed by clinlr pree*
llnu. II - Ali,|iiii-���l, Roetor Ereil Irvliu',
Quo   liihiHlnti , WaribitiH.
<'.allloi.it   ( 111*111-11   l'nrn-r Ward ami Mill
{IroeUM overj fm nu ... Bantl IH.DOa.m
Hi" ��� ���  .'ilm. at. 7 :v)p. 111    M'i--n n> ery wr.-i. day
17.1.-111....    II,.v    ...il.,,-   l ,.,'l���,.,l 1;^,' nr.
,111.,
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xMVi i-leiiliiRlil II 11,111. nnd 7 311 p.m.: I'laii-r mi"'!
f?i'3 bur .Vi'dtli'adiiy iivnnlllK nl   H |i.m.   Ill" "���   ������
'cnV? r '*. Mi,n,lav i,viinini{ in H o'clock,    Wiungeni
��H}/x
.,-,",    ,1 1 .1. ...     .iinsn in cry v>ni.->
17.1.'.... ���.   linv,   K,ii��� r i-.i-liii.il Kea ur.
I'm   "-, .  lltl   v ''.uiu 11    ,-,-i-vli-ii- it H '
m iiiiii)  -ih,...1 111 :'.;��! 1
1 '.ini 111 ciiii   -liiiii-iiiii nvoiihiK ai h p.i
'u'l'iiitin |',:,ii,,,vi,i' s , .,i) in.'i'i.-, every Mon-
jilt) rn, ..ii.,: ,,l k ,,-, unit Uev. ll. Kri'��.
I'n-lur
lh.:   ul   k
HitriiiJiiim    Oiiuiiuii  ttoi'iior  rfllton  end
J.. "I'ltlti. sii'i.���u .-,-t'i'i. t--. ,u 111: 111. und ,.'*'
f. .. ; Sni,hull. School, j.siiii in.; I'rnyi'r ini't'i
Ini  11   Erldnj evnnlng at * o'olook; Kpwortn
1.1','iKiii. ' , K��� Tiii-ilnj .11 _ a in.       Hrv. Jiilm
Komou, I'asior.
iiAi'iiHT (i)iohoii - Hm" imii morning and
. .ui.11.uiv i.\i.niii_: hi k iii-iiii'ii.    .-iii.iik'"-
illnllj wi'lcotninl    llcv. Oi W, I'd��-', 'Heitor
i-ai.v.nm-. aiimv  Hi-rvln 1 ovory ovening
nl   Sn'Olooh   In   biinii'.K*  nn V ctml      "I"'''
A'ljuil mi Kdgimnniba In cbnrffu
There is a Clearing Out Sale in Gents'
Furnishings on at O'REILLY'S.
-���-* ^vim* NELSON DAILY MINER, .nuivJDAY,   FEBRUARY 8,
I coo
TESTING- I'BE ME1
WODIii ���
, vriliUXTE'tiR^
y;--,S'F,EDAY.
. X - fM -. I
Hiding
0"
1Y_t Was a Oompar_tiv-l,y
i, bnt f-rny Applioants railed
to Pass.
Kns-
nn ni l'i'1'
jeitcrtioy
lllllll.V
nentsry notioi
TliPPt1 ""'n '
morn tlK��n
l���r���.r niuii
Tl���, ruriiiiiii- <"' btrathi na s
nouuisprcoesrlinBiiotivelyaiitlnlnrgi
o( n_|iirnnt�� wero .s_mi_.rl
M t0 their powers nf l:nrnr-
m_���_i,ip. Thsttst-vras-aaimpl. in,,.,
Dut it BnlHosrl to show that vil.il.
��� wnuld-lM* vohintuerB worn nppnr-
..,lv unite at home ou a hnrso, n Rood
' others lin- no' *'***-e m0Bt ""'���'������-
ns ol the iiiinestiisn urt.
will be weeded ont. lmt
nuongh remain - lill
milier nf vncimrii'S tnah li vi-
bo.,," ���Hottort to Nelson. Tho I'xnmiun-
tion took placn neat Kelly & Steepei'��
liver-* barn, and .oimi-tod of saddling
������d m.niiiti"** �� "ot x"y formidable
,.,.,1, nud Ralloping him round. Ahont
ten men wine lmtifiod   of their .DOOfSS
yestsrtlsyi bl" "'" name" wiU ,10t '"'
oflicinlly niinoiineed until lodny, when
the remniDiriK Bulectious will bo made.
A iimn"" "' thetil wero told to oome
*____:, Hti<- they will bn put through
theirpR-ea b���b1_i tb'1' aft<,r|*<""��' J'
linamnaed that the reeruitiiiK offine
will lm open again this inorninR from
glue until uooii, so that intending
volunteers who have not yet applied
��,ll havo nn opportunity of doing so.
There were applicants In Nelsou
yesterday from all parts of the coun-
trj-, nun the few wbo were definitely
accepted yesterday included Rlornn
end Rowland aapirants as well as men
from Nelson. It Ib understood thnl
the contingent will start for the enst
tomorrow night, sn the time is drawing rapidly to a close.
The first four men who went with
the find onntSngenl were given n royal
.end off, nu I so should the detachment tomorrow Many of them Mill
he Nelson men, and an n whole they
OOOititnte n very lepresentntive body
uf Hie rich uiinino districts of Southern iiritish Columbia of which Nelson
li tlio cot.ter.
sum   of  money   mi.  i,iip.n   Hit   ti.o
nuiriih nits nt Nelton will   siivi ill run
tribnf.ions to the treasurer. Onoe tin rime fntnls in In,nil. it   is hoped t'h'iii   11
i,UH,ne.-M irnn nti'l others who nr.' nerkerl
for charily   i ill snnd lim iijiplin inttt   to i
the office nf  the  Society,   which   > ill'
liiiiko 11 ii* iniS'iii'sM in |.;. k   nun   imi
naee uml ili-cii ������ ill I t - ein the pro**
I'm .iiii,.I n7r"ndfo-nt nnil ihe donrviini
poor.
Nil.-' n lias rlone Vi ry wi 11 ill pn- i   -
ill", !!��� :'���.��   |0r |H       .i.i.U'l.'-    IH fcl.ll. li   .     -
rice, Up ' ' Inat ��� i;.'i.i a.is t.< bi-rini ti
linviii- ri-i-.ii.'i -iii |, im. Yihter-
il ay m rnnii ji.i-.ii-._-rt .ii'i-.-: Mm. Ij.i
ini'iit. "A l'lMinii, ' .Mm. lUoHun, Mrs.
i.S. Frank Beer, Mra .1. Lining t_jtoukn,
Mrs. Jnuoli Dover, ^ilih- UnsS-li'iiiiri,
(Ctri'i liunnri), Mih. R. M. Bird, Miss
I'ai'kiinin, Mrs. I.iiHu.i, Mis. Kite. Mr,
George \.. Taylor, and Mr. Lambert.
Ail others who intend to donate hiu.Iis
are ngniu reminded that they hnve
only until tomorrow morning to do ho
nn tho winks will be   tirwiiiiled   in the
afternoon.
.*-Vva/^i'-w* w-��**v-w*^^ iV��v��, v^yv��^s^A^^<v*<>>v^#^r^sv���f^
Till   i i OSJNG IO'.V*..
S. ins Four minireil Men Ijtiiit <JiV
From War Eagle and Centre Ktur.
RoSBlund, 1). 0., Fob, 7. ���About 40(1
men worn lain nlf yesterday from the
War Englo nml Centre Star, leaving
about SOU as a working fOtce, It 18 e .-
timnted thnt it will inke from three
to four months nt least before the now
machinery is installed mul the output
Started anniu. The manager decline!
to nnme n date at tho present time,
but milled that the uotual facta were
stated in his circular letters to the
management, and tint there was uoth-
ing behind what appeared.
The manager of the  B. a. c. denies
knowledge of  1*0 Roi or  other properties of the corporation closing down
Rosslnud hail pietty well recovered
fiom the shock occasioned hy the cli.se
down. Resu,option early in the summer at the lntest is expocterl here,
when tin' ontpnt nud force engaged
will be larger ihun ever.
_W
RE YOU ALIVE
_
to tho fact that
cm   buy  out
you neei
1 and
our  st vk
best    rII,-th .-year*
sfU'carto * e had in '.hi
prices ihat will  mil
Conic* and
the
at
inspo
W
\v
!1   not   Ij_
oiu*
uu J
VO'.I'll
s citv,
you ?
stock,
irsokl.
Bring; Your Rcpairin?!..
LI1
r ~\
b
t> r. ��� ^
I > K \ /
-,
v-*VA*v*'*'^*\A'rvV'.v\AArV.A"V*A^^ W -w-.'
_
V.��WiAV.'^/W..V//.��W.*uV>M'A,   *��� AV^*vVi -
There is a Clearing Out Sale of Gen;s:
Furnishings on at O'REILLY'S.
fining
I'outlit
stocks
IH.1 Se'i.1.
Uig I lorn Tr��i -mv, A nn ip.
...k1.iv
coo
(Inln I'll* ull'ice -For
Fs'inv 1'rinks.
in-'    -,
nil   kinds   of
PERM AJ
Mr. Stnnley TitlSt if g'tring out n
ra;i f lhe (. Hy ter Ihe  Thomson Stfl*
tuii-i   i'o'..p,inv.    The   mnn   will In-
find. . ngi mi mii nnd the Hume   Adrti-
Hon
Ibe plau nf scats for Hnrr htriner's
cotii-enon Mmiday next ia filling np
nmiiily mul the prnslipnts are that
th. te will bo a full lmu*>e The plan in
In tli. ininiii Store, Opera Hoime blouk,
A����i<l:int Citv Rugioeor Olll started
on tlm mili niuii tor the City yi-ster-
dny. When coinplSted this map will
bn very vnlnn le f..r purposes of refer-
sni'P, ��l:o-ing, an it will, all tho City
works.
All limispliolders "ill shnrily lie not-
ifled nf the nuiiibers of their houses,
Whioh titer will he eompelled to put up
In a ooimplunouB place ou their front
tloorn. nr snllor the pennlty the law
prnvlil.it.
Dr. Aitlinraml Dr.Hall were at the
Hclimil yesterday afternoon and vricnl-
Bated i:i children. A doctor will henceforth in* in niteudanoe every afternoon
(nun linen till (out for the purpomi of
Tscclnatlng children.
A Flnlandsr  named   Qosbill    wns
broii-ht np yesterday on a .oharge of
being ilrtmk nud disorderly. No ono
could Bnderstsud him, bowuver. and
lin wns remanded for a dny in the hope
ofsoonriiig nn interpreter
With the (loellent sleighing nnd cold
weather NelHnn enn now lay Claim to
be enjoying winter weather. Early
this morning the thermometer registered idiom zero, which has onahled the
villi, management to prepare excellent
ice.
Tho Indies of Nelson nro reminded
tlmt the nniiiinl election of officers for
the National Council of "Women takes
plsoe tomorrow afternoon in the lectnre
room of the Presbyterian Church at I)
o'olotik All Indies uro invited to attend.
1 In sooordanoe with instruction* from
'lm lioiird of Health the City Cleik is
Wttln-J out notices to tho ofToot that
nil children must bo vuooiniited, nnd
Hint ��(t,ir Kebruaiy 15 no children
will be admitted to any school withnut
�� cnrtillcate of MUccesHful  yanciuatinn.
I'he "OoantOWO 4(I0" closed their en
KSgemsnt here lust night. The ontor-
talomeDtl proved very plenHHiit nnd
UH lull latllfaotlOO. The singing of
Kipling's "Absent Minded Biggar"
stoked grent iipplnuao. Thn company
""ig the chnriiH iu u highly creditable
'iiiiiini'i.
_Tbo three men who burglarIxeH Mr.
Bobs' uium Hinrn hnve been remanded
"'til toiliiY. It is probable tint a fur-
jju't rn ii null will he  asked for, ns Mr.
abbs suatalued a severe inii yesterday,
ifeiikliig  nim  ���f   |,jH   ti\jt. '���nj it   j���
"kely tlmt be win be unable to appear
snd gin, evident).,
Mr. I'tnitk (iililis, local   manager   of
tbe arm of Braokmsn  & Ker, wns ex-
Smllieil   yestitrtlny   on tlisnovcry ill the
is-*, iii Oppenlieimer vs. Bmkman &
K"'    Ths   philntiir  is   suing for .1,-
' fl' bsj   delivered.    The   clmni   is
i'riicli.'nliy   nilniitted   hut   thore   is  a
"euvy couutnrclalin   for damages for
""li ut contract, Messrp. Kllint *
ifiiiinii ii|ip���iir f���r the pluintiff and
ISylor A llniiuingioii   lot thu ilefeiisr.
Tho following executive bus been
':'''���;1 t'"r thn Sooiety of Organized
*.'"iity. Mr. J. H. l.owos, ohtiirmnti |
Sr'.' *'��� Sims, sec.retary-treiisuieri
meidsmes   Bellamy nnd atnoks,  tlm
������. 1'nther Finland, and Messrs. J.
K- btra-hau and V. W. Luliig. Tho
���witty ii In immediate need ol a -mull
Lobster Salad���At The Ollice   today.
nif* 1,1 FR WAS SAVED.
Mr. .1. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
nf Hannibal) Mn , lately lunl n wonderful ili'livi'innci' fiom u frightful death.
In telling of it In- snys, " I wns taken
wi'li Typhoid fever, that inn into
Pneumonia. My lungs became hard-
I'lu-il. I was so weak I could not sit
up in bed. Nlllhltlg helped inc. I
expected soon to die of OooBumption.
when I li'iiul nf lit*. King's New Di*-
fiiviiv. One liuii.c gave great relief.
I continued to u-c It, and now am well
and strong. I oan'l sny ., o much In
its . raise." This mur-v- llous medicine
is the snres ,-ind quickest, cure n the
world fm- all Throat and Lung
Tii-utile. Regular sizes on cents una
81.00 Trial li Itles f ei* at Caiindii
Ding  &   Book   Stm-i*.   Every  bottle
(.���IIII  lUlti-l-ll
��� *
. Ross, Lee St Taylor j
Victoria Street, f\Je!_;or-,
X (Opposite the Postnlfice); ���
|        ALSO   EDJVflONTON,   ALTA.        \
���  DEALERS   IN  *
I FLOUR,   FEED, ::
II GRAIN   AND   HAY. |"
|      CAR   LOTS   A   SPECIALTY.       i
��� Correspondence  _>oi.iciticd. *
'��� *
..wHm��m,'it'i.�� .��������������4*��*��*m*��s��.��.v��><>-m-4-<*-��-*-.-*v��-**��^-��,��-
;Wholesale Houses.
NS'LSON. 6. C.
I lore's ;
;-l- i- ,!
instaUu
:;-.*(>il buy :
i  ,   'I i-n- Sill v
lltS      .'.,!!..     1',
chel f.i
���took,    V..I.1
��� per U)0_ll-'.
A'-H * r   O A.":n MimE'^AL '.T.Tr-nr,
"n-riOI-ti-'li & CJ., ,.:*IIi.|.. -I -,.i i.i.i- I'm-
2          i'ih-.i-
fi. tu ur-i.f .. ml w,i,|,
Iln
i.l li-
..: >ii run. -i',,
;ri-.-is. Nelsn
Wi ilu.ilur- in
, _oti* ni_u U
nter.
-C    lllKI
luun, I
Ot   iii   oiiNiiicss nor-
too.
���il ,
for lla ���
-l-AI.I. II.".
���AltLSON ��
I A   -.- ,m ��� ui
DA '.VA1LK HAofuHV
1,11  , h. I.Cn- , .      *..\t-ia   l,l,J., ,1
vbi-I.. > nf -ft iimi--, I*. 'I It ,.\ SS Tel**
bliimiiXn si il,,���--i-sti.-i-i n',-i-.,ii llutilms
.1  inn Fliluu.Ufl .St. l.'..,.ii lint  bprl:i_;s .lininriil I
SI. A. Pl-OSSM.
t-r.
m: -ICKI!.
\,Al:li PT.
0C.MIV.18MIC
j_^   J-  fcVSi-.-  I_t
nt, flr'a i.
.... ,t
aid fit
n.i...
MERCHANT).
O.
r- li
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>.__*<ity
ii-i
ItSH-t, Nol
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,01 l-ltni tu,.!
I. nii-i- tiAiilfl.
NOTICE
Persons wisliin^ tppurchase
it very fine Watch nre cor-
iliiilly invited to visit l'AT-
ENAUDH Bites', establishment. Watches of nil the
best Swiss and American
manufactures are represented
E-tP--t Watch Repairing a Specialty
Patenaude Bros
��� ��� wf\L-_L ��� ���
Wednesday* February 7
Private Bale of Fnndturii���Piano, Dining
itnoin, Drawing itodm and Boil Ileum sets,
l-linli'H unit 'lalili's. Also, Kill'liun ItnllKC.
Slovos. etc. At Mr. Dciisli-j's lto-uli'in-e, un
Wo-l Bnki-r Streit.
CHAIN. H*V AND CEREALS
���-1- -  ' - ���   ���
	
1 ran now supply you
with one ol' those. . .
3MJ-LLP0X m \
mt
��~**<l*>^&iS'i^^m~&>*^rr>Oi>m"*e&''m>'**<0t^'**>'*>>*li'*r<
ki Iiivestffloiit as Good as
FOR   SALE
The Old Established and
l    HACKMAi-   .   .\_:RMiLL./SG OU.
C*^     i.lil.-Kti.     _ 1->I_!   Oll'-ttOt,    .Solttuil.   YVUU.u- -
r-��il " ilm..�� 1"   I*     Il "���   .     Ui-T'ii,-*,     BtU.,   HIW    llt-J'
hi.df.ri.ii-, MtltHct Kuntoulvli. Vlatorw Mid
Spvv Wu-luilii-ttur, l.U.ulonj oit C._li;*-.t'y .t
Kiiiii'ti.t-i), I'.ilwjiv
cnooERies
MAODONALD & CO-Conior V��-
no* innl rJCHUplittit. -^treoU. wholow_l��i
W find jiibh.ii. Hi l.lnl.^-'W, bKivub, tuiUrt.
,  rubber*, ii.aoklnttw*_i hih! niiuor-.' huu-
POLICIES
$15,110 per week. 150 outfits juut
received, 1'iice $3.06 and .4.00.
Issued here.    Call or phone.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
FCkown
OUTLET  HOTEL
Situate  at   Procter's   Landing,   on   Kootenay  Lake. %
Contains  fifteen  rooms,   furnished   complete.    First |
class bar room and bar fixtures. Two acres of grounds. |
On water front, and close to  wharves and proposed k
depot.
For price and full particulars apply to
T. Q. PROCTER,
__. ERfcsH AnP SALT MEATS
S 55jSSS A 00 ~'Uk..retiree-, NeUon,
I �� wh.io-ii-l" iiwuhTB ��n .rc*li and curea
me't*.   0 Id utopiw*.
WfcST KOOTENAY
��� li-lKlTCirfil ..ilr-Oil.
H'l'** il) frti  h Uilii CU  Ud TilciLH
HER CO.
olunAledeal
HAF-OVMRii <__   MINING  8UPPL1E&
VANCOUVER   HARDWARE   OO"
LiutTK). -j.nkur aireeti N-r.is.un,   ivlioiu-
r't-lt) (Vil'-.i
plum bar.
in hnntwivi-. Hud t.iinii'K m.pplie-*,
tiid HtlSUilthn nii up lin*..
N
ELSON  HARDWARE   CO.-WI.olo
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER,   B��tTON   A   OO/
ViMI-Uii  nlui Ju-.i.ltinn  _..reo_��i
-Corner
Ne'rton
I \vho.fnitlti tlwlbri in I1quur_i ���*:,; ��m and dry
1 Ki't'dK. AKUut-lur 1'flbn.. JJiMWHiK 06. U_ Ml-"
I ��a ken um_ <*'hIkui'V Brawl'tK Uo. nt t*..*��_:**��� y
FOR MACHINERY
WIRE ROPE AND ROPEWAYS
Hi,a..In-i-l uml llnlllilic .-Ji-loilll..
WATER TUBE BOILERS
Bubuock ami Wjltsix, etc.
GAS und  OIL.   ENGINES,
FLEXIBLE METALLIC) TUaiNG, ���.-.
v^uJ.O.T.OROFTS.M,.MK.
^,v_-."^,:.;K NELSON. B. 0.
OiUi I-'i.notissoN a CHofTB.VaticbuTaf1
KSOINFKKS  AM)   AGKNT3.
ESTIMATES.     PLANS.    REPORTS.
��.���������'
R'tkpr  Street   Nel��;on       Ii uiud&on's bay co.-��**-oin-.i�� ki��-
LJctlVCI    ^Ull.i.1,   1 .ciouil. |   p|   ���. ,,..,1,1,1 iiquont.0 u.. l-ikurni..Noiwiii
: PROVISIONS", PRODUOE & FRUITS
o^��^,&HWi-.i%~ts**<B*'��<'i**<m'>����mi>mi'9��*<>9>*n"*<'*''*<+Q*''S"��<r$
JY   GrtlFFIN  _.  CO--C- tiut  Vcrnun
_     ntal JiirtDlilllhO MrOell*. NcUOII, Willi .l.llli-
ilenlcm in iii-ovUiu.is.cured motM_. outicr am!
BUY    A    BUDGET
And learn 1. ciokk-epin.*. and Ollice
Practice by the famous Budget System, at the
Nelson Business College
Evening Classes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Nelson Employment Agencv
WANTED.
Wqorlolioppers, Pour ilrnt clnsn Mi��-
em, *a.ri(l
Wiiitnw. W-IIit. dirl for l-oiitm-
work.    IliiiiNiiki'i'imr.    Tool Slniriiiwmr.
OONTttAOT-   TAKBI    .OR    DIAMOND
COBM Dltll.l.lNO.
J. H. LOVE, Aa't      Baker ?'
MISCeLLANEOUS
Ailvorllmiini'iitu liiHiirtml unilor IIiIh Imnil nl
Ilm nil. nt nun i-iinl ii wonl Ml Iiimt!Imi. No
mlvorllHoiiii'iilliiknn for loan i linn is iniiitH.
WANTBD.���Tbe unr" <if offloe,   hoow,
or .iiiiiiuir work uf  imy rliBOrlptioll
by n reliable penoti.   Aiidn-nH MAO,
Miimr Ofllnn.
AcA UU *fU C^dJ **f ,
if^$Mmhg��&%&
SASH AND DOORS
NEl-SOI-
WILLS,
SftW    AND     PLANINC,
l.lMIIKIi- 1.1,1-ni'l- Krulil mul
Hull rilri-o h. NelnOll, iniinii'iirlilrcr-i nf nil.I
ivliiilnsnlv iliiili-rn in mi-ili i it doom, nil klnttn
of r.i.-i-.i-v work mndo oarflar.
WANTED.���Two
liiniMikei'iiiuK.
Ollli'i*.
1-1111111*1
Apply
for
light
Mi urn
WANTED.���To    Hunt,
Iiuiih", IIvh ur mix runnm,
Mi iht Offloe.
ii    luriiiKlitil
njiplv A.H.,
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HGAD OFFICR NELSON, b. C.
��_��-������.*>-���-��������������-��>-��
Branch Markets in Rottsland. Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Three ForkB, New Denver and Slooan City.
Ordor. by mall to any branch will havo _���__!_: and prompt attention.
Single
Fare
rn
TO
Grand
Winter
Carnival
W.-fAIER-II-HKO.
Paper Hanger,
Glazier,    Painter,    Etc-
Chimney Sweeping.
OIVkc, Ward St. npp. Opera House
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Om* Fresh RoastMl OoffeeBeltOf
Quality, hh i.,'.imi -:
-Ini'ii urul Anililnu Mortm. pur pountl $   l
'���,a .,.,.! -M��� !... Hl.-u.l,   .]--.an.l-    I .-���
Kl'.ii Mi\iit/w, 1 u-.iundii  1 ��i
-....In- lllfn.l,   .',  liuiiml--       I U)
Our .-*-.,���-.-miin.-n.I, il i���>tni.i.  l ui
lllll-   IllU   UlHli.1,   (i pOlllllln    1 Ul
A 1KUI, "lim ll -in li il l n.
S.U.KSHOOMH ;
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK. W.  BAKER ST.
rVELSON,       -        O. C.
TheNelsoiiElectricTramwayCo.Ltd.   ROSSLAND
13th Feb. to Feb. 17th
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issuc
Diafts and Letters of Credit
on Ska&uay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C. and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
in-
LiAROH   oomfortnbla    room   In ne**v
houxr, cornor Hull ami   Hoover,   for
rent. 	
KUHNlsiiKii koom,  ��u-i board in
.irivuif fiiinilv, |(1 per wank. Owbon*
ata Street, llnl ilntir I'lint of   JompMllI-,
TO LET���Nloely fnnil-hed  loomi  ou
Hilicn t.Srimt.live ilom-H un��t of Metli-
(idint Church.
WANTHI-.-l'-ivB   mid
tulmiico.    Fifty dimtn
much nioro hh thoy  nun
nuy Uigur -.oiupuny.
��irlH In ntri|i
it iliiy, ami BB
oiiru.    Kootu-
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
Larije number Choice Building Lots adjacent to the
line of their Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald Block, Comer ol
Josephine
and Vernon Streets.
T. C.
DUNCAN, Secretary
AOBNTS
elstoke
and Pursers���Rev-
and   South,   Fertile
Fraternity Hail
<'or ll__��*r "_ t_������'���I''unr'"'I*'.
i.���l   tnr Ciiiii'i-rln,    l.Pcluri'H
Tn\^t^^^��fX
. iin,', i-i.i..   Goodaoto-roorDB, olottk
[SkiSSm nml dlnlDR room Ita.
REISTERER & CO,
BrowBrB of Fine Lnger
Boot untl Porter,
Drop In and BM aa.
NELSON,
B. O.
and Wesl Si-11 Tickets I;eb.
12th, i,*-th, 14th, 15th and
16th, limiting going portion
to date of sale, and return
portion good to leave Ross-
I.ukI up to   February  18th.
Nelson, B.C., Jan, 29th, ii-oo.
Young Men, Become Your
Own Assayers*
* Thru. mnntli�� will i_*rh .on A��...ii,.- tut
Qold, Nllv.,.. (oiipor.   Thl�� ilrimi-tiiunl   ���   in
i-liiinm of   Prof.  Suli'r.   lloour Omiliinli  i^<
Mi-lllll 1 in,.., .11,
lav.   .11,'  Inarii DOW, ohMpOT " ���'. lou ti-*-
"COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
For rnti'H anil full lurui-iimlloii ail-run nour
..-1 I... ..1 Rgtntt or
0  i-   HKA_I.KY ��'lly I1..   . uu. 1  \i-, in
It. W. DltKW. Akohi, N-lwn
Vi. r. AttlllCKflON, K. J,r'OYl.K,
Trar. I'-w. Agtnt,       A  II. 1'. A^iekt.
NeUro,
lluant wul  In. mi. linn In
i-.miI) ill iloli��i�� turmontli
Wi in-Ui ths I'riiiaiiml,
\-...i ..a.- ull  f.a
Kev.J.W.Sii'i'M:i.i.,].,A.l..l).
Now w f,.iiinn..i��r.
All sluMck of Imi-iilnif mi) l.i- hml in ii,u,
Vooccu-or . hoiml)- iullt_o.ni. klml ., mn Wt4U'
<.
T NELSON DAILY MINER. THURSDAY,  FEBRUAR*.  o,  iqoo.
LOYAL ROSSLAND.
Citiz
��� ���us Want Tin Thousand Canadians to Go to the Front.
Rosaland, B. 0., Feb. 7. ���At a
crowded and wildly i nthnsinstio mass
meeting of citizens held in this oity
this evening,' Mayor Qoodeve presid
ing, tii" following ' resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
' Uesulved, Tlf/flUie citizens of Ross
land unai
nder their heart
Mother Country
lisli constitutional
rights throughout
thermore we are
mate   triumph   of
felt sympathy
in her "ifort t,	
methods and stall...
South   Afrioa, ***������'
oonvinci .1 of tbi
tbe Empire   aiuEKlrV wi h  pride  the
statesmanlike \r*  adopted'by  Lord
Salisbury and  '".'""Rt.   Hon.   Joseph
reign
Chamberlain, d   h.g a grave crisis  in
British affairs.
"Resolved, 'I , , apart from the
righteousness ofn '*ir oause, tin* present struggle in _**"ith Africi is of vast
Importance to ilnE Dominion of Canada as forming ae integral portion of
tie   Empire,. ,
"Resolved, 1'hui the citizen- of Rossland lolly estimate not only the importance but the duty ol each member
of tli"- Hriti-h Empire, contributing iis
quota towards assisting in vindicating
Hritish principles aud maintaining
British supremacy in South Afrioa.
"Resolved, That wc heartily reciprocate the patriotic sentiments expressed
at publio meetings throughout British
(.'..In.Inn, and furthermore take thi-
opportunity of expressing thank- to
I."in Strathcona for his sprendid patriotism in equipping a contingent
from the wesl L.r service in South Africa. And we do, in all seriousness
as citizens, British subjects aud sub-
jeots ot 11.-r Majesty, tli" '-.ueen, urge
the Dominion   Parliament  to sanction
the raising of 10,1 troops as Canada's
contribution to tha Empire dining a
period of gloom "and anxiety.   ���
"Resolved, Thai His Worship, the
Mayor, be authorized to telegraph the
fourth n solution to the Speaker of tlie
HonsCdt Commons, the Premier, Sir
Wilfrid Lauricr. and Sir Charles Tup-
per Furthermore that copies of all
.th.i-.-i-. resolution- be foi warded to the
Colonial Secretary and Lord Snfilh-
i a.
The speakers at the meeting were:
Hun. T. Mavue Daly. Hon. C. II.,
Mackintosh, W. -I. Nelson. Alexander
Sharps,'F. W. Holt, Alexander Dick,
Alderman Hector .M.Kae, A. Q, Gnlt,
W. T. Oliver, Capt. P. MoLi Forin,
Dr. Edwaul Bowes and C, t). Lalonde.
A (itizi'iis eomiiiitten was formed   to
tal barge of all funds raised to assist
the cause in South Africa. There is
nearly 18,000 iu the banks here ready
;.. be forwarded. Major K. G. Ed-
wan l-l. eokle to lay nccopted ten men
iroiii   Rossland   inr    tin
bonds is confirmed by the officials of
the company. They add that the pro-
iceds ol the sale are to be used for the
refunding of (761,000 six pur cent,
bonds due Marob 1, aud .4.1120.000,
seven per cent bonds, due May 1. also
for new property and lines already
acquired and constructed, including
new cables to Cuba and for new lines
to be constructed,
UNFORTUNATE   ACl    D
GERMANY'S NAVY.
Berlin, Feb. 7.���An Americun'nzval
officer, now in Berlin, who enjoj-B ex-
.optional advantages in gathering information regarding the German navy,
a.-serts that the Gorman Government
is making preparation to finish the
construction of new wn: vessels by
1908, instead of imii, as the naval augmentation bill seemingly provides. In
inns Germany's navy will have :I7 battle-hips, varying from 11,000 to 18,000
iiiii--, and lib large, and 40 small, arm-
��� iied ctuisers, thus exceeding the:,fighting power of the navy of France. Before 1906, Still according to the same
Information, Germany will be mistress
of the North Sea nnd her fleet will
beat the American two fold.
ere   js
a
Clear
Bate
iU
:-_
L
The Fire   Department'������    I    id  Had
Disastrous R
The tin- department ��
Queen's Hotel yi sterda) ejening on   i
practice call,   but  a      rioi     accident
resulted toono of tbe I oj's,  As the carl
swung round by  the  platform
the drilling contest was  held    in   i.
.summer, ah Jeffs, who was standing  Delivered to an anypoint oil
with one foot ou the oarfaud the other
hanging down ready to jump off, got
his leg jammed between the cart and
the platform. The result was that his
leg was broken just above the ankle,
and be was immediately removed to
the Kootenay Lake General Hospital.
This unfortunate accident to one of
the most popular members of the Fire
Brigade will be deeply regretted by
his many friends. His less will also
he felt by the Lacrosse-Hockey team of
which he is "iiptaiu.
i."t
ii)  Gei)t;5l
Illy'S.
i ��� ���
Berlin, Feb. 7.���Tlie Gennania. organ of tbe Centrists, asserts that the
Conservative leaders are now attempt,
in:: to induce the Centrists to vote
against tho Government bill, although
in order to curry favor with the Emperor they publicly pretend to adovoate
its passage, This declaration fell today like a job on the Conservatives.
. TOOK THE KEYS.
Shortly after midnight .Messrs Kirk-
Patrick   and   Irvine   were    returning
home aud they went into   the former's
Store, wliile in   then* a mart came  up
and took the keys whioh they had   left
in   the   door.    They   a-kid for  them,
bnt   he professed ignornnae.   Jus: then
Constable   Ker   came   along   and   tin
man was given in charge, the kfeys hi
ing   subsequently   found in   the  rood
Where he had thrown them.    The   culprit's name is George Macdonald,   an
he hails from Samlii'i.
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
DRESSED LUMBER.
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH D00JW
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST  FLOORING
and'
FINISHED LUMBER.
->i i o��.(_)..-��i��S(��0ii>.��#i>#i.>i>#i<��na_<_)..g -*<a..<
BOX i
U _. i
- I -
-I
Because
it
is
any Tea
ill
111
Put   up
in
j
.
3ALES
TEA
aro rapidly Increasing in
���
���I
niform   in   flavour  and  the quality isj far above
It's  a high  class Tea at a low price.
und   i   Ib  packages.    Once   used  always   used.
Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards, NELSON and LAI1DO
HEAD   OFFICE
;isr_EG_i__so__sr.
J.  A.   SAYWARD.
| The Western Mercantile Co., Ltd. j
t Successors to M. DesBrisav & Co. f
e      -AKBBBT. aELSO.V B. C.    A
mr*^th'l~&$<<^&^r����-'Z*'<t'''&'+,'**tm)"m)''m)um)i'9i*m)'>mii'+i'QumiiQ.H)
We are sho . in *. a
First-Class Line of
BODKf.A CHANCKU IJAXIJS.
Mr. H. E. Smith, the pepiilar proprietor uf the Bodega SAlddn, has
sold ont to Mi. W. Q. Robjnfou, formerly of the Knyil Hotel. Tbe new
owner took possession yesterday. Mr.
Smith intends  to return to   his  borne
A NEW ERA
Paris, 1-Vb. ?.���Le Temps tbisjafter-
nuou   says:   "The  abrogation   of   the
Olaytoh-Bulwer treaty marks a date in
the history nl relations of England nnd
America, the ratification ot which will in Kamloops shortly.
constitute the opening of n paw era.
Nothing could contribute more to ce-
nii'iir the new born accord between the
two nations. Ths cheek given the
Canadian negotiations bv the uncompromising attitude of Premier Laur-
ier bad shaken this edifice, whioh
seemed to rest only on^ a sentimental
basis. "
3 Good Companies 3
NONE BETTER
SIX AMERICANS KILLED.
Manila, Feb. 6.���Insurgents Monday
captured a supply train of nine hull
cart- between Orani anil Binalupijan,
killing a corporal and five privates of
troop "Q," 82nd Infantry. The escort
can-listed of n sergennt and eleven
mounted men. The insurgents weakened the supports of a bridge over a
creek and the lirst cart went into the
Btream. While the escort wns bunched,
trying to haul the cart ont of the water, the insurgents tired a volley from
the bushes, killing tbe six Americans
tratbeoua und also the naiive drivers.
lint-'.    Another   ten from  lure  were
ic" pted ui Nelson.
'liere wore over IB application
evening and the names were still
log III.
this
THE MiH.IN'l.l. X TRIAL.
New Via k. Feb. 7.���The most inter-
nsting event of trial of Roland Molinenx for the murder of Mrs. Katharine
Adams was the circulation of report
that one ci jurors   had disobeyed com*
luundi "I .'iiii.i and talked about the
.as., annonnoing that '-lm would not
bang n dog on such evidence." The
rumor gained such widespread publicity that Km 11 11 Mi-yrowitz. an optician and tbe p.isnii to whom the re*
mark ih alleged to nave been made,was
.lining Hi" day -iiniiiioned to the criminal conn   building   and ushered   inln
the presence of Recorder Guff. Undei
notli h" denied the trotfi 6f the report
i ,, a.w s. Weeks, Attorm y for tbe
di !��� nse, today concluded his arguments
iu behalf ' i M 1 in iiv Assistant Iii--
irict Attorney, in commencing bit i-
ply. waa lull of pathos uml dignity,
Mi Osborne had not finished wen
churl   adjourned   for   the dav bnl   be
,ii,u IUI.I > d tllhl h" would 111 all   prol a
In I Ity en-" hi- ai mui. nt ti morrow,
THE WIZARD ILL.
Akron, Ohio Feb 7.���Tne condition
of Thomas A. Ediison, who has been
l ill in this city since Sunday, suffering
fiom an attack of acute influenza, is
reported by njs physldian to he better.
_MM%MU^WIVIMM*A
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
Send your buslnei�� direct to Washinctou,
n;i v-s time*, costs less, better service.
Mr office close to IV 6. Patent Office.    FREE prellmln- ����
' r_ry MMninatiom ncidc,   Atty'i <��� .* not due tn-'U patent ���'
'    PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN    19 YEAR- ***
London & Lancashire Life Ass. Co.
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation.
PliKnix Fire Insurance Co.
1 li lecured.  . -.
'ACTUALJi__PERIE_.CE. Book "How to obtain Patents." ?
, lent free. Patenta procu-ed through E. G. Siggn. '
jrecetvo special   notice,   without ctuxrg.,   In   "
INVENTIVE
, lllaatrated monthly-
AGE.
Eleventh yiar���ttrm.,- $1. a Yv '.
Late r,l C. A. Snow & CD. .
918 FSt., N. \U..i
WASHINGTON,  D, C. 5
|V_V%*A%M��VWMVMVi\VWl%WM��VVi��
;e. cms..
Have you seen the new three dollar yearly Accident and Disease policy issued by lhe Ocean Corporation? ��� Includes S1500 travelling
railway policy and weekly payments for illness caused by Small
Pox and twelve other common
diseases.
A. BOOTH,
General Agt.        0pp. Oddfellows' Block-
Baker St., Nelson.
Houses for sale and rent.
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial-^!.'
Land Surveyor.
460.
NELSON B C.
NELSON
__<
NELSON. B.
IROM
WORKS
C.
Bachelors' Club
Of Nelson,
Next Assembly,
Thursday, the 8th Inst..
rRATERNITY HALL.
Membership Tlcket-a al $1.00 oaoh, to be had
front the ('uuniiitii'L'.
loves & M
Which we are offerint** at
VERY
LOW^PRICES.
CAUL AMD INSPECT OUR STOCK.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED,
IMPOETJ3ES   O-T
Shelf & Heavy Hardware,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
PLUMBING and TINSMITHING
_Sa
A SPECIALTY.
1-'.   l.v,-,   ,      11
ll,
MrN'icholl,   W, T.  Caldwoll,
VV. Rutherford.
i .: '    ' iank of Halifax.
Capital
"mini ul'  llh-iii
Micllltol H'.'.v, r.   M II
incorporated 1869.
.MS.OIO.M I   Ki'sl.
.���.���tl.Mfl.lKW.'IO
1     1 :,"!'       '.'.. Ki'lllH'V, Protj
H. 1;   !i.,iil.l. Hon. 11.
lent;   Tliomas Kitrliii'. Vice-Preeldi
II. Puller, M.L.O., Hon. Uiu Id MooKi
METAL QUOTATIONS.
New York, Feb. 7,���Uoppei, quiet;
brokers' and exebnnge, $16.25.
Lead,steady brokers' $4,45; exchange
���. 1 in tu |4.76.
Tin, i|tiiel ;   Straits.    .-".I.
plateH -ti'iiiiy, spelter stvaiiy
i.l.T-J.1..,  tn '.I.Sd.
fi tm.-
llODIl'
0.8fi
itio,
HtisKiti Baked Beans.
'OI116-.
-Today at The
I'.M ll-li' CAtil-E,
10. O     .   Ki I..    I     Tin- A-
��� mt n -"in   a.ni
Intn .i'n 1 il   in    Hi.'  Si-nut
Wolfe   H Litivu   in tin-   building
1  V.NAUIAN PATENTS.
K. 11. Biggers, I'at.'in Lawyer.'Wash-
ington, ij. <*., U. S. A., reports the
following patents .granted by theJUnit-
��� -I Stal.'f   1'iiti'iil   Offlon,   Jiiiiuiny   80,
00, to inventors residing in the Do-
n.in.11 ni' Canada. II, will mail n
copy of specification and drawings of
any patent npon rooelp. ot 10 cents,
Hostnge -lamps will not bn accepted.
11. Von Alma, Ki I worthy, fruit
picker; 5". Orockett. Montreal; locomotive Hunger: 'I'. Doherty, Suriiin, apar-
nm- for manufacturing iron and Heel;
I-' Downing, Toronto, bird onge perch
attaobtueiil 1   I'.   3.   Barbridgo,
ir.,11 uml Brass Casttngi nr Every Dcscrip
Hull.    Jti'lialr-   llllll    .luhlilHK
832 A HPM1A1.T1.
JOHN  HIRSCH,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
OFKICE'
NELSON B. O.
NOTICE.
Notice is hartbv   given  Hint 80 days
nfii 1 null',.I, iTaSAph Walker, .1 iCiii'ii-
ner, B. (.'.,, intend in apply to tbe
Chiri   1 imiiiiii-.-i-iiii 1   al    Lands     nn.i
I Works, for tho pnruB���sn nf
j (411)   nf     nn.-iii vi-vi'il   .mil
Government   land it �� h.it
1 known   as   Goal    BI isin:.���   am
I described   as   follows    ytartiiig  at  a
STEINER'S   ORCHESTRA.
First  Wall    - B
COiMPLIMENTARY
Ilinil Olllii'. llalirnx:
1 ���   i.i1' one, -Mnntrrnl.
of ra., ..In--, w. H. -|-orriiiii-i-, Halifax.
: Uri   ,.  Halifax.
ni t, .Muiilrcnl.
Hrniirltm!
Novs Broils   1 '"   An'i ani-li. Hi'iilicciviitor. iliiyslioro. Londomlorry, l.iiiiciilni'
I Mniiiaii-i iHar.1   ' ���. . 1. laoi   tinwke.-ory, Svilnei   Shubenaoadlo. Truro. Weymoui
I Vt-�� Urn  ck��� ..   I'..:. in-ti r. Kri-ilerli'ioii. Kinoston iKeol Co.l, Mnnt'ton, Ni
cAstle.Sn ;.   r. 1:, l-liuiil-i'liui-liitti'toMii. 1.uiiuniTsiile.   Qiii-Imt   Montn
rit. ml -ii-i- Hume andBetgneunStreets); \Vi--tmount ,1
iiiun.   Avi -     .1.   Onliirln   Oltinvn.   \i'i<roiiintlnii.l -si. .Inln.
Calm. Wesl .  dies* H io. liniled -itiit'^-VL-w York (16 Kxobuige I'lnci-i Republic. Wai
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RpflPfit     rntirprt Atlin' Bean��tt< Grast* fwfy Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Van-
u-cii-ci 1L . V-UllLCI 11 couver Vancouver East End, Victoria.
TENDERED
HERR STEINER.
(urn -iiuiiili-nl*:
Canada���Mori .     ...  Boston   Katlonal Bhawmut Bank.  Chleago���Amerlea
Nations]  Bank,   San 1 ��� ��� National Hank.   Ismdna, En_. - Hunk of Sent Imn I.
Paris, li.,a.,    ' .   iii'imiiiiit- liiiukuf Hei-iniiii.i.   ��iiiun uml J n pun   Ilo
. .	
and -
_lDLl.Ull      UfDlin      flUUbri  "eneial Bankin Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
.,     ,        ' ��� and Solii, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
���    Monday, February __.fl. . ,,.,..,,
I Accounts received onl u mosl favorable term*.   Interest allowed on special
Tin' i.i .1_-r.1n.111.' will bo ono of Hi.' basl ovor it - and on Saving Hunk accounts.
viii-ii.ih ilm Intorloi ��
Till
lilock. il-li.ro
Store, "i"T.i llousi
- 11 i.i
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
-.tlantic S. S. 3_.ines p<
post   niiiiki-il   Jnsepl s   \y
Ciirni'i-.aliuut five miles or thereabouts,
eastery  from  Goal   Uii. t I a:.   .   ami
abont three   miles  wi -. .     . 1   1,
town i'i Km hen.a in .. linn ol llrow's
Nest   Pass  Railway, tlmin u  i,. ���
Irom I'oitliu-.l. Me.
1 1 ' t 1 1. 1.1
ill
Hi.11,inn.a   Lllll     "ll. 1. |nli -.;
I-i nn Bt. John, v H.
rl Feb 1
. ' !    !'   I
1 roui ii,,-i.,i,
I ��� mlnlo   l.ino |-,,, n
I nan N,"-
O. Box K. .ind W. Teleplione 10
SLAUGHTER   SALE
Foi  th ,.!<.,   (only)  KIRKPATRPCK  &   WILSON
ic ihe Greatest Reduction in
I...-.U
Post,
.   of
Iv   OrilVl-lllllirSI,   plali'ii-iui"-.-;   (1.    Leaks
of  a  ami It   il    Drinnan.    Niiiiiiiiiin.   trai--
I'a   Iflc Cllbll        Phi     Iii-'     ,'''li"ll Of Hi'
LU' 1    i' mi      " Resolved  by   Hie
���-��� .. .'���    .'"i   \  -' nil iv   jointly,  Hull "in
- 1.a-, ami 1 longrwss I..' Instruolod nnd
im 1 ;.ri--i-nt.it 1 v. _ therein be reqnlred
a,ei in;-' 'I tn ui-  ti.r   ami nse nil hon
.  Ii  miall- iii senate tin pan*n_e ol a
1.1II requiring the liyinR nf rooh oable
lid  . 'inn inu   Hint the   cable  bn
inmli- by nn AimTienn .'iiiii|i,'iiiv   111 tbo
I Sin
tion pally;  Al. R.   Robbuit, viotoria,
B   1', steam enRine 1 1 ��� A. Bobertsou,
Westiiii.iint, ralcli   hii-in ; .1. II. Stone,
Toronto, lapip burner or  homer at*
tin Inn. 111 ; K. Tniisi_ii;iiit    ami    P,  Lh-
ranRe,   St.   Hynointbe,   peRRluti   mu-
1 llle.
northerly to  N. SV,  Posi, them
feet easterly  to   N.   K.   IJ
southerly   1,830   fei I   to   ... K.
il.eme 1,830 feet westeily   to
commencement.
JOSEPH  WALKLK. Ap|
January SB, 1000,
l.i HI. It r N IJ CIO BOY, M n:i. \ i:i-:-|
IMillA, IIONAN/.A, l.llli IT, I l' \i
TION AMI HII.VKH ill is. 1 i 1: \i
Tins MIN'KHAI. t.'LAI.Mf.
L'liimnl Lh
1
tli.1ii*i'. 11 hlte -in l.ino
iVIilli
I
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i
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Mar, Ii 1
ORC  -r RY,
Evoi I crtised.
CLASSWARE,   Etc.
ied.    A call will convince yon.
KIRKPATRICK   &   WILSON.
Hal.cr Street
No. li
: III   CANAL  LILL.
TVn-1.1 ui Ni.iiii the en-
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IhOtonifhl)    familiar with lh"   ,"ill.|. ��� I
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Iruntli         . iii" was   lift lo
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Bi 11 it..- -,ne t L nt it  u.i  mii Ititpoi'
adi   ol Ml   iiiiii
di
last   NIGHT'S  CDRLINO.
The llrstj Rams  In   Ihe oorauctltlon
between   tne    President's   nnd (Viae*
1 r ident's rinks was played last'nlgbt
' and ended in a victory for tbe latter by
ta B    The  rinks were W. A, Maodonald, L. Aii'liilialil, W   A.   iliillilinr
unl   N, T.  McLeod, (skip),   J.   Van-
tone, 1'. 1)   J, I'ln 1 -1 ii-. H. B,    KiiiK-
in,in   ami   Bert   Walley   (skip      The
.11 1 praotioe  name between  the two
, ml..-   \i lm will compete   in   Iln-  hnn-
iplel ni Rossland will bo played today,
Tbn rlnkante ns follows 1   li. H  Stan*
1. Ill ml    eiirnflll
���    Pox, w. 11.
! Ivu (skip li ami J,
A WBAL1    ���    OOMPANY,
New '��� ���',.. _f��h  i.   Tbe report that
ih" Wi   .in 1 nmn Telegraph Co.. has
negotiated 'in     ale  ot  |I0, 1,000 of
i"! . .ni   linnliufc*   nml   real   nutate
Wullaue, If,   Tntn*
Lawrence.    T   l.il-
\   1 nine ami .1. Knn iskiji).    Tbe
Ice was fnii- lasl night, and ii Is pron)*
. -.1 thai 11 ��ill I"- in Bnl oloas oondl*
Imn Unlay.
'i im11. never was a minute
v. ii- - j 1 'i'ln- inn... wasn't in it.
s",.;.,,h��,;:,,,"ii.,-.-,r,,.V'1",..,-".v..,:"; Kootenay Railway and Nav. West KoO^enaV Blltcher Co.
1 .in ma. ii-.-.11 in 1 ..i.i,... u,..nm ni-] Coinwaiiy. ���'        "��_��**���������-��
rpAKK NOTIOK thol I, It   I   \
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from  the   <im
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lan,'.   Wash,I  l-'r."    Mm.
B lain. Intend,   ilxtj   ilayi
lioreof,  in apply
f..i Certlflc
l^li-.  nf nliliii
Ami lnnl..-r : .'..   .,    I
notion S7, must bo ooini 1
nan -u.-li Cerildosto I
. I   ml S'O
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KA8LU .. ' 1 ...   is  li.Mi.WAY
STKHN'ATIUSAI. -.  .V. ��   tllAI.. CO,
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I.OI AN l!V.
1 ���   -  Hid M.iJ -lallnii-
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id    Salted   Heats
-LE AND RETAIL
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in il appeared in Tho Mluo   ,. .1..,  1
nntli
1 ..i
wai;-
The ptiblio is li. 1. 1
picking up nm . .
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Slllli"    ill',-    mi      |,|,  1
I'hiuii Iln 111 win .. .' 1
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Pilot Hnv, B, f . .1. -
MONEY TO LOAN.
A limited
on tnnituiiif
lily to BUI 11 k l<-nui:
mount nf prliBti   I  nil   lo l.niti
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alliiior-,, Nii.on.
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1'. ���   ���-     .
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m for I
ineel ini
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I Hunt
llh (I
10   - DIVISION,
:   1 ,     1
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I
Whl'l    -iKIinll, ,i
I i" Ini   sdn uml 11.,
1 1 ". -I   ��� 1 .
i".    rl an.���.nml full Information, td
ilru*.:
ltOMKItT IHVINll.
''..".ll'"     ka.ln.   Ij. O,
Poultry in Season
_=. c.
TRAVES,
Baker
Manager,
Stri'lt,   ,\i:i-.'
���
1 and prompt attention,
ST. JO - SCHOOL
11'
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...t. POGUS...
I nil-
Harness aud Saddlery
'I'lin 1 ling shop. Lai
,100k, lie-i ."-..ii. 1  10
nil    llilllil.      Hull,. I
lan ui I..-I  innl." ���.    '
dies,      Ulillll-'ls.       lal' '
Whip-. Ilru..l.i���.-. Coinh
ilo.
I'rieen satlsfaotory,
I'nil nml nee.
for. Ward   nnil   llski-r
I reel-

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