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Daily Edition No. 806
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday Evening,   August 16,  1900.
Tenth Year
NEWS AT
ANY TIME
It Is Looked For From the
Allied   Forces at
Pekin.
BRITISH TROOPS TO
PROCEED NORTH
United States Consul Acting
With  French and  Germans In Opposing
British Plans.
(BV ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
FROM AMERICAN SOURCES.
New  York, Aug, Hi. ���"I learn
from   a   trustworthy    Chinese
BOUrOe that the army of allien
reached l'ekin on Monday,"
says the Che Koo correspondent
of The Journal and Advertiser
in a cable dated Tuesday last.
"I have every reason to believe
that the army forced an- entrance _.rtt tt��t the "Vlnvoys and
their friends are probably now
nafe with  the   Christian army."
retreat continiteB. They will not
make a stand. We are only twenty
miles from Pekin. The entire force
is straining every nerve to reach the
Oapital before it 's too late."
ON THE WAY TO PEKIN.
Tokio, Tuesday. Aug. II.���A semiofficial despatch from Fung Chow
(Tung Chun) dated Aug. 18th, says:
"The Japanese troops occupied Yung
Chow today. Vie are now ten miles
from Pekin. The Chinese seem to
have retreated towards l'ekin. Last
night a quantity of arms and a granary with great Htorcs of rice was
captured.
TROUBLE AMONG ALLIES.
Shanghai, Aug. III.���The consuls
will meet today. Thc landing of the
liritish troops   is   not   objected to by
representatives of other nations, but
the latter has declared they will adopt
the same course. To this the liritisli
have objected and have threatened to
withdraw the troops whieli arc now
ready to land.
THIS WEEK.
London, Aug. HI.���Thc liritish (Iovernment. by intelligent anticipation,
believes the allied forces lire now at
l'ekin. No completely trustworthy
message, either ollieinl or press, has
beeir received, but lis the allies were
ten milcH from l'ekin, Sunday, Aug-
uut 12th, according to the Semi-official despatch received at Tokio, thc
military authorities here infer thut
the Chinese troops defending the Capital were not going to light outside its
walls. The situation at Shanghai absorbs British attention. The Times
today in its second editioir, publishes
a despatch from Shanghai, dated Wednesday, August 1Mb, whieli says:
Admiral Seymour,J tbrongh thc
Consul (leneral, has instructions that the troops which
were Intended lo land here shall proceed north.     This will be done   Aug.
18th unlesa the ord��r Is countermanded in the interval hy tbe foreign
olllee. The llnal decision of the latter
is awaited. The principal liritisli
bunks and shipping firms have telegraphed to Lord Salisbury that the
llovemmeuts decision to send the
troops north will have a disuslerous
effect and are urging tbe l.overnmcnt
to reconsider the matter. The foreign
consuls are equally alive to the results
of such action on the Chinese and are
addressing an identical note to their
Governments with the object of inducing the liritish to lnnd troops."
France has 1100 troops on board the
transport Cochnr, whieh arrived at
Hung Kong yesterday convoyed by the
French cruiser Frlant, These troops,
the French Consul at Shanghai informed the other Consuls, would be
landed at Shanghai if the liritish persisted in landing the troops at that
place.
A news agency despatch from Shanghai dated TueBday, Aug. 14, represents the United States Consul (leneral
John (loodnow, as joining with the
French and German Consuls In opposing the liritish plans. The British
Foreign Offloe ollieials decline to enter
Into reasons for not landing troops at
Shanghai hut the Foreign Office is
credited with being unwilling to persist In nny course notr.npproved by tbe
other powers. The Foreign otlice is
expected to make some explanation
later.
ONLY TWENTY MILES AWAY.
London, Aug. IB.���A news agency
despatch from the seat of war reads
as follows: "At the front, Aug. 11.
���-Via Che Foo, Aug. 14.���The Chinese
Settlement of the C. P.  R. Strike Is  Looked
for Soon.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK MINHR.)
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 11)���A Miner correspondent speaking to Mr. Wm.
Cross yesterday morning re the strike
situation, was Informed that the conference wilh the allied mechanic's
committee was finished and that the
bollermakers had  held  u  conference
Tuesday afternoon and that he expected that committee would wait upon him this ufternoon.
"What are the chances of a settlement this week."
"Well"   answered    Mr.    Cross,    "I
understand    that the   committee of
allied mechanics arc satisfied that they
arc   being   treated    fairly   by us and
have left me with the  understanding
that bo far as tbe mechanics are concerned they ai_ willing- to call truce
of present difficulty. It wns my impression that bollermakers would
base tbeir representations on that of
mechanics, but as yet we have not
come to any terms," "What has
been the difficulty'.'" "The allied
mechanics leave mc u schedule to be
considered, which meant increased
wages all round. I pointed out to
them that such u tiling under present
depression in face of poor crops would
be out of the question and we went
into the situation thoroughly. We
drew up a statement of what hnd
transpired and a new .schedule bused
on last years scale was made and they
left me apparently reconciled to the arrangement,   Bollermakers are holding
out for a new schedule of increased
wages.''
It is understood from what Mr.
Whyte said that die difficulty  of  the
strike has been alleviated in the. mechanics practically accepting the
Company's terms, There was no mention made in this agreement to retaining the '.'00 men laid off. but It is
understood that us   a   great   deal   of
work has got behind a number of these
will be required again. It is thought
that the bollermakers and mechanics
might come to terms with the management either today or before tbe
end of the week.
STRUCK BY A TRAIN.
Chatham, Ont., Aug. 10.���While
returning from Rondeau lust night ut
midnight an 18-year-old youth wub
struck by a Luke Brie * Detroit Railroad excursion train and received
fatal injuries, lie was brought to the
general hospital here. The accident
occurred at Blenheim Junction.
FRACTURED HIS SKULL.
Port Hope. Ont., Aug. 111.���About
!i o'clock yesterday afternoon, Abraham Cramer, carpenter, while working on the roof of a two-story house
fell some 18 feet, bead first, fracturing
the skull, from the effects of which lie
died last night.
DR. JOHNSTON RENOMINATED.
Sarnia, Aug. Iii. ���Dr. T. 0. Johnston, Liberal member for West Lamb-
ton, wns re-notnlnated yesterday
afternoon, for that constituency, at a
very enthusiastic gathering. The
speakers of the day, besides the can-
dictate, were lion. w. Paterson, John
(leaser, M. P., II. .1. l'ettypiist. M.I'.
MARRIED IN NEW YORK.
New York, Aug. 16���The wedding
of _fiss Helen Mury Kelly, daughter
of Major and Mrs. John D, Kelly,nnd
Alexander M. Sullivan, sou of the
late Alexander M. Sullivnn, M.I'., and
nephew of Timothy 11. Sullivan,former Lord Mayor of Dublin, wbbsolemn
ized at the house of the brides parents
iu Brooklyn, The ceremony wus performed liy Kev. Dr. Benjamin J,Kelly,
Bishop of Savannah, and an unole of
ihe bride. The nuptial muss wus celebrated by Cardinal llibbons. Vicar
(ienernl MeNnninra, the ltishop of
Detroit und the llishop of Richmond
were ulso present, There were no
bridesmaids, maid of honor or best
man.
MONTREAL NEWS.
Jim   Mill's Promised Rate War Causes Some
Comment.
(SPECIAL TO   I 111-:  .111_ 10II.)
Montreal, Aug. 16.���The freight department of the Canadian Pacific arc
reluctant to believe that President
Hill, of the (Ireat Northern, will
carry out bis alleged threat to precipitate one of the hottest and longest
freight wars in thc history of railroading. Hill has two gigantic steam
ships building for the trans-l'ucifie
trade and threatens to make a through
rate from Buffalo and thc (ireat Lukes
lo China and Japan.
The health and police authorities
ure trying to find out the origin of nn
anti-vaccination circular which has
been largely circulated In tbe east
end of the city. On the circular is an
illustration of a woman with two
children in her arms (lying from a
man with a knife in bis hands which
Is presumably intended to instill into
thc minds of tbe ignorant the horrors
of vaccination. The matter ou tbe
circular, which is in thc French lan-
gunge, urges people against vaccination. It states that a paper will
shortly be issued iu the interests of
anti-vaccination. Since July 1st the
public vaccinators have vaccinated
32,650 persons in this city.
SMALLPOX AT CORNWALL.
Cornwall, Out., Aug. 1(1���Alex. Con-
stans, 18 years of age, died of smallpox lust night. The young man who
was a native of Cornwall wu employed as a deck hand on the tug Chieftain, and was laid off sick laat week.
Ills case was diagnosed as smallpox.
The authorities at Quebec were wired
and the steamer was placed in quarantine, liunutcs of CoUBtun's dwelling
were removed, after much difficulty,
to the pest bouse, which is situated
about one mile from town. In view
of the prompt action taken by tbe authorities, it is thought the disease will
uot spread in this locality.
DECISIONS AFFECTING YUKON.
Ottawa, Aug. 1(1.���Mr. Sifton yesterday ilealt with three more appeals
from the decisions of the Yukon   Gold
Commissioner, in Tyler vs. Thompson, regarding claim 66 A, above the
discovery of Sulpur Creek, the appeal
was dismissed. In Elliott vs. Borne,
the case in which fraud is alleged on
the part of the defendents, the judgment of the gold commissioner was also upheld, In Yarmouth vs. Clement,
regarding the upper half of the bills
iibuvc claim No. 1 on Boulder Creek,
tbe   appeal   is   allowed   and the gold
commissioner's buget revised.
TO ORGANIZE A NEW PARTY.
Montreal. Aug. 1.1. -Henri llourussn.
M. P., for Labelle is trying to organize n third party iu Quebeo, and is
making efforts to secure the Hiipport
of both Radloals und I'ltramomtunes.
lie recently, it Is reported, sent ll
copy of tlie speech   on   the contingent
question to ull subscribers of Verlte,
Quebec. Ultramomtane  organ.   It is
his intention to   secure   a   newspaper
of his own at an curly date.
OF INTEREST TO MINERS.
Victoria, II. C., Aug. Hi���The mining committee yesterday recommended
that in quart/, claims the cost of surveying, irrespective of when it was
made, should be allowed as part of
the assessment work, and thut delinquent co-owners may be disposRed by
advertisement instead of by an action
in court.
SIX   LIVES LOST.
Chicago, Aug. HI.���Six lives were
lost early today by lire as the result of
an explosion of natural gas in a two
story frame building on B4th Street.
The dead are ; Mildred Levi, an artist; unkown from Boston visiting the
Levi family; Sarah, colored cook, and
three Levi children.
FOR PURPOSE OF PLUNDER.
Pueblo, Col., Aug. Hi.���A fire which
Started here yestcrdny was gotten under control at a late hour. Thc blaze
wus started three times by incendiaries, probably for the purpose of plundering. The total loss is about JIOU.-
000,
WANTS
A HALT
Ll Hung Chang  Makes an
Appeal to the II. S.
Government.
ASKS A STAY
AT TUNG CHOW
Minister Conger  Replies to
Cablegrams Sent Him by
the Department at
Washington.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRHSS.)
Washington, Aug. 16. ��� Nothing
short of complete compliance with the
demands originally made by the United Stutes Government upon Chinese
authorities will prevent the onward
murch of the allied armies upon l'ekin.
Tliis statement is made on authority.
The appeal of Li Hung Chang for a
halt at Lung Chow with a view to
opening peace negotiations will be
promptly rejected. From the first the
administration bus insisted that this
(Iovernment be put into free communication with Minister Conger and
second tbat he with the other mein-
_fers of the Legation, and ull under
his protection, be immediately relieved from their perilous situation. The I'nited States authorities
believe that the rescue of the
the beleaguered Ministers is now only
a mutter of a very short time. Nevertheless the remote fear is ever in view
that the Chinese in l'ekin, realizing
their despcrute'situntion.'muy mnss-
acre every foreigner in the city and
then, taking the Emperor and Empress Dowager with them, leave the
Capital. Some anxiety has been occasioned, outside of the President and
members of the Cabinet, by the withholding from the public of the message of Minister ('onger received Monday, but it can be authoritatively
slated that the message really contained no news not already in the possession of the public. For purely diplomatic reasons the message wus not
made public.
Tbe Chinese Minister this morning
received a belated cable dispatch from
Minister Conger iu the American code,
addressed to  the  State Department.
lie delivered it to Acting Secretary
Adee a few minutes after nine o'clock.
The Department also bus received an
appeal from Li Hung Chung, the Chinese peace envoy, to have the allied
army stop their advance at Lung Chow
ul which place he suys   they   will   be
met by high officials   of  thc  Chinese
Qovernment who will be empowered to
negotiate an armistice. The Qovernment will reject Li Hung Chang's proposal for un armistice. It will stand
on the proposition heretofore an-
noticed.
The dispatch received from Minister
Conger this morning is the first one
showing cablegrams sent by tliiB
(iovernment   have   reached    him.      A
portion of the despatch is nn answer
to inquiries. The despatch also contains the names of the marines who
were killed in the assault on the
Legations.
FAILED TO COME BACK.
Victoria, It. C, Aug. IH���Eli Frank,
formerly a  merchant   of   Victoria   is
missing witb 1800, which he collected
In Dawson for   Leu?.   &   Lclser.   this
He failed to come to Victoria
on his return from Dawson. The police traced him to Portland and lost
his trail there.
BRIEF LOCALS.
MATCH CALLED OFF.
New York, Aug. 1(1.���There will be
no fight between the winner of the
Sliarkey-Flt/.sinimons match and Jeffries. Vi. A. Brady announced Inst
night that Jeffries had decided
to declare this match off. as lie
did not think there would be any
credit In defeating a man who had
fought two hard battles  in one week.
The Centre Slur iu Ihe Rossland district will sturt shipping ore Sept.  1.
The fire department was called out
at :.'::iu this afternoou lo thc residence
of (i. A. Brown, Front Btreet, the
cause of the alarm being a burning
chimney.    No damage was done.
Robert A. Elliott and Richard B,
Lowe, who have been conducting the
business of the Hazelwood Dairy in
this city, have dissolved partnership.
Mr. Elliott will continue in thc business.
There will be an adjourned meeting
of the City Council at 8 o'clock at the
City Hall this evening. The main
business will be the consideration of
the special bylaws, which were
brought up at IubI meeting.
s. J. FlnuOane, manager of the Bunk
of Montreal at (Ireenwood arrived in
Nelson this morning on his return
trip from Europe. Dnring his stay on
the continent be visited the Paris Exposition of which he speaks in the
highest terms, lie leaves for (ireenwood this afternoon.
The mining records for today arc us
follows: Locations���Echo on Barrett
Creek by John S. Clute, Jr., Monarch
on Barrett Creek by David W. Morgan. Move on Barrett Creek by Vi. 3.
Whiteside. Certificates of Work���On
Toronto to W. U. Pallurd. on Jenny
to Fred II. Squire, on King of the
West to M. Egan,
In   the   Quoit Club tournament now
in progress, A. II. Clements and J. II.
Wallace play in the semi-finals tonight. Another contest, for a banquet, has been arranged, thc games to
take place ns follows: Nunn vs. McKenzie ; Walluce vs. Miller; Smyth vs.
Irving; Watson vs. Walley; Annable
vs. K. Weir; ,1. N. Weir vs. Beaton;
McMorris vs. Clements; Snyder vs
O'Sheu. A match has also been arranged by teams composed of Nunn,
Wallace, Clements and McKen/.ie.
ngainsl. Irving. Walley, Smyth and
Watson.
According to the Kossland Miner
Kossland sports are enjoying sonic
warm pngulistic contests. The following is the description of the second
round of a mutch ut the International
last Tuesday night: "Second round���
Chauncey evidently considered it was
a case of science out of condition as
against brute strength ill fine fettle;
Bo he started in with a hold charge
and got four or five hot wans on
Brown's face and neck nud solur plexus. Brown came buck nnd drove
Chauncey Into thc wings and ropes
and then into the marine scenery. A
picture of a ship sailing over the dark
blue Sea wus very badly wrecked, and
all hands on board apparently lost.
Then be got him right up against u
post, and were it not for the referee
separating them,the result would have
been very serious for Mr. Williams
and the post. Brown then rushed
Chauncey, smashing kiin in the upper
stupes and bringing forth more blood.
Chauncey then landed on the jaw, anil
Brown appeared dazed, one of his optics being almost entirely closed for
repairs, Chauncey's friends urged
him to rush thc fight us he had llrowu
groggy, but it was too lute, time being culled just al the critical moment. "
The lecture delivered iu Sl. Paul's
Presbyterian Church by the Uev. Dr.
Du Val lust evening A'lis one of the
most interesting ami instructive dis-
OOUrSes ever heard iu Nelson. The
doctor is a spbudid speaker, has a
fund of wit and humor to draw upon,
and at the bottom of it ull tulks good
common sense to his auditors all the
lime of his lecture. His advice lo
fathers and mothers in regard to
bringing np their children was listened to with a great deal of interest.
lie gave some good advice, too. to the
marriageable young women, lie told
them to see that their young men
walked in the straight and narrow
path if they would be happy in their
married lives. "You have them." he
said, "before marriage; they have yon
after marriage, While you have them
train tbem in    the   way   they   should
go."   No less entertaining  than  Dr,
Du Val were the two soprano solos by
Miss BenBUSan, ll was thut young
lady's first appearance before a Nelson
audience and  she created a decidedly
good impression. She is possessed of
a remarkably sweet voice and   uses   it
to the very.best advantage, Mrs. Bason accompanied   her   oil   the   organ.
Financially the concert wus a success,
almost every seat in the church being
occupied,
Ottawa.   Aug.    is   Permission    is
granted the Worcester Continentals to
enter Canada uniformed and with side
arms between the 117th and iilst Inst.
DIED IN
AN HOUR
Gen. Hantelgeff of Russia the
Latest Victim ofthe
Anarchists.
KILLED BY THE
PRICK OF A PIN
Poison Administered In This
Way by a Fellow Traveler
Toward the German
Frontier.
(BV ASSOOIATBP I'HHSS.)
New York. Aug. iii.���(Ienernl Hun-
telgelT. second iii command of the
Imperial Qendarmerle of Russia, met
death under extraordinary circumstances two weeks ago. while travelling from St.  Petersburg   towards the
German frontier, suys u cablegram to
The Journal und Advertiser from Ber-
lin. lie nnd a prepossessing young
stranger were seated opposite each
other iu a railroad carriage, his companions being the Prince und Princess
Apaliuott'.     All   four were engaged in
conversation.   The stranger from his
seat in some wily pricked the (loncral's
wrist in such u manner us loeull forth
an exclamation from liim. The
stranger was profuse in his apologies
and ascribed the prick to his scurf pin
which he hud stuck on his sleeve,
using it to cut the pages of the book.
At the next stop of the train he
alighted and disappeared. An hour
later the general, it wus discovered,
was dead. At the autopsy the doctors
discovered   traces   of   a   very   violent
poison,   evidently   communicated by
means of the pin or needle. Several
arrests have been made in connection
with the crime, which is ascribed to
the anarchists in Knss iu.
Tllli COLUMBIA TIKE.
Tlnioly  Use of  Dynamite  Saves  the  Town
Prom i "i.il Destruction.
Qrand Forks, Aug. 10.���The  timely
use of  dynamite  in blowing  up  the
Presbyterian Church atone prevented
Columbia from being wiped oul. The
dames were checked two blocks from
Escalet's  Hotel, cinders  having been
curried ill the air across the intervening distance. The total loss is estimated at between twenty-five thousand
niul thirty-live thousand dollars with
very little iiisuranee. The buildings
destroyed were Kscalet's Hotel, a three
story structure and hull; Keynle's
blacksmith shop, the residence of Mr.
A. Kringic. tlie Model   Livery   Btable
uud   another   stable,  both   owned   by
\v. ll. ilcnniger,  several  shacks and
the Presbyterian Church. The Kscu
let   Hotel    and    hull    Was   owned   by
tho Columbia townslte oompany, it
was valued at twenty thousand dollars, the Insurance thereon being
only eight thousand dollars; Bsoalet,
the proprietor wns not Insured, Very
little of the furniture or contents
were Saved, His losSwllI exceed sevell
thousand dollars.    The OonteUtl of the
Model Livery Stable were partially
saved. The loss on both stables will
exceed five thousand dollars.   Kringle.
thc blacksmith had no Insurance,   n ���
loss will be over one thousand dollars.
Thc Presbyterian Church wns valued
nt iwo thousand dollars, partially Insured.   Mayor Manley of Qrand Forks
sent all the assistance   that   could   be
spared.   The steam lire engine  was
retained here ns there was no available water supply in Columbia.
I
FIRE RELIEF FUNDS.
Ottawa, Aug. 19,���Ths Inst ofthe
Ottawa tire relief funds. which
amounted to shout J'.inn.lHin. hus now
been paid out und all that remains Ih
the Qovernment auditing the accounts.
provided for in the sol of Incorporation, nmi publication of reports within M en days. There have been .i.inn
leheiiucs Issued.
!
. J Nelson Daily Miner,  Thursday Even.**,  August 16, 190a
______________________
Kelson DailyMinerj~C_"J. Z*-" ��T
that they   hail   not  recovered   from a
li. J,  BEATON, Editor and Manager ., ,      ���     ,, .    .     . .,
spree.    Naturally   the   output   of the
1111 ne   was   shortened, aud   in   const?
IVssililv   the   Premier,    Mr.   Duns- .. ' ...
quenee other men hail to remain   idle
niiiir,   might  reap some personal ml-       .      ., . ,      . ,    ,
and a ship   was  delayed  at   a wharf.
The loss to the mini' owner must have
Canadian
vantage through an "nil
railway from n British Columbia port
inio Atlin, avoiding the border line,"
hut if young Mr. Molnnea really snp-
pn-.es thai he will stand condemned
by it in opposing a second liue to the
Alaskan coast lie is not displaying thut
astuteness for which liis friends were
ions   credit.
beeu very large. The loss to the community must have been very considerable. If the mi lit; Owner had put
Chinese or Japa&SU in the mine lu
order lo avoid the loss and inconvenience, there would be a great outcry "
V/e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of *U the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
T.8ed in the Kootenay
Just Received���Carload
Dominion  Ale  and  Porter
(io pints uml quarts)
Dominion White  Label  Ale
(pints and quarts)
This is the finest Ale brewed in CaiiaOa.^;
^MNORTHERN
RAILWAY.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
��&(.
giving   him   such   prodigious   usuim
We   do not believe   for a moment that      We  have   a daily mail service from
ilie   Prowler's  opposition to a second   Spokane,   by   whieh route Nelson re
barter wus due to nny   consideration' Calves   its   Eastern  Canadian   postal
interest,   but   the people  matter.     Ity   the   latest   mail   thero
lie profited to the largest  came   to  The   Miner  copies   of   The
, __ �� in_,,t7, s,  10,  and I
Dominion  Bulk  Ale
Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
I <a   15-gallon   hegs)
of   personal
would rather ne i>n....... .���    _
possible extent than contribute in any   Montreal Star of August
manner   to  the   upbuilding   of   rival   11; three Toronto   Mail and Empires,
American towns.    Out on the Pacific,
ni any rule, whatever maybe tbe feeling in other parts of Camilla, there is
very   great   dissatisfaction   with the
spirit  displayed   by   their  American
neigh hois,    in  all trade matters they
me   proving themselves what will lie
best described as hogs.    Just now they
nre putting forth their best endeavors
to close Skagway to Canadians, should
the Government   nt Washington yield
lu  them   we   shall   practically be cut
oil'  from commercial intercourse with
our own   territory of  Yukon, and tbe
American   cities   of  San    Francisco,
Portland,   uml   Seattle will do the entire  trade of  the north.    There is no
living   with  neighbors   of that kind,
and the least wc have to do with tbem
the  better.     One   Canadian  railway
through Canadian territory will make
us   Independent   of   them   and their
schemes,   and   wc are not called upou
to  furnish   facilities for another thut
is Intended to play into their mitt.
Augusts. 11, and 11, und two Toronto
Globes, August 8 and 0. In all the
experience of Tlie Miner there has
been nothing more regular than the
irregularity of which these are average
samples. And it has lieen going on
for mouths,  even  years, to   the abso
lute indifference of the postal author'
ities. Why we have to depend oa this
American route for our Eastern mail
service, with a railway of our own
making such remarkably fast time
from Montreal west, is conceivable
only by the acute minds of the l'ost-
master-liencral and bis Inspectors in
British Columbia.
Until   we   know the basis ou which
the estimates have  been made it will
be   impossible to  say whether eleven
thousand  dollars  arc  an  inadequate
appropriation for the the Nelson Riding,   for   the   repairing  of roads arid
trails, or whether Rossland   has been
more   favorably considered iu getting 1 aide to It
twice us much.    These things depend.
There is no law or rule  making absolute specific   appropriations.   It may
be   Unit   on' a wis,'   discretion   of the
Government   the   sum   set   apart   for
mails   uml   trails should be kept at as
low 11 point ns possible,  in order  that
smile public   service which   may happen   ut  the moment to lie more pressing  may  receive just consideration.
And   the  requirements of one Hiding
may he greater than those of another.
In   itself   the mere fact that Hossland
gets more than Nelson proves nothing,
lint taken   in  Connection witb   the
other  fact that Nelson's member has
been   negligent   in his duty, and that
his   conduct   since   repairing   to  the
Capital bus been of a nature to destroy
whatever  influence lie might possess,
it may well he thut  the necessities of
this   Hiding were   not properly represented   to   thc   governing  authorities
uml   thut    it    has   Buffered   in   consequence.    It   pays   n   constituency   to
elect n member of good character, one
who will command respect not less by
his conduct thun hv his abilities, and
wh.'in   both   will qualify to associate
on   equal   terms   with the gentlemen
chosen   lo   legislate   for  the wunts of
the Province.
At the extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the ltank of
liritisli Columbia, at which was con
sidercd the amalgamation with the
Canadian ltank of Commerce, a shareholder objected that it waa hardly
fair to be asked to exchange three
shares worth ��70 for four shares and
cash worth in all ��U<i. It was a sacrifice of the premium at which the
shares of thoir Bank then stood. If
the name of this old ltank is to disappear from the public gaze, its friends
will reflect with pride that it goes out
with its reputation untarnished and
under conditions in every way credit-
Is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON, li. c.
fafafamfafafai
Economy Is Wealth
You cannot make money easier than
by saving it on FOOTWEAR.
We fit your feet and your pocketbook
also. You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today and economize.
������������������.������
Ib���8b_.,. LILLIEBROS.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAfiS.-MEALSalaOA.RTE.
Close  connection  Bast  ami Westbound at Spokane with trains of th
trnins of the Spokane Falls and Nortl
���in Railway,
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change ol' depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
anil all points West nnd South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.m_
1 West-bound trains make direct con
nection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Hun Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect nt Diiluth with
the.niugiiitieentsteamships North West
aud North-Land of theNortbern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
_ or further' information, maps, folders, etc., apply lo any agent of Spokane
Kails & Northern Hy., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway Ss Navigation
Co., or to
F. 1. WHITNEY.   H, A. JACKSON,
tienl. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min      Spokane. Wash
ii*corpob#*k0 *em
In a debate in tbe House the other
day Mr. Martin said that he "was
usually opposed to all over-stepping
of the lines of Provincial jurisdiction." In the whole of tbe Dominion,
from one end of it to the oUier, it
would be impossible to find a man
who as often aud as deliberately
attempted to overstep thc lines of
Provincial jurisdiction as this same
Mr. Martin.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C.
Branch Markets in Kossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Bandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to any branch will have careful _���** uromot attention.
BUY J
LUiriber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
1 have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NKI.SON
and LARDO.
To get ready for Fall Stock
we   are   going   to   rush  off
balance  of Summer   Goods
and will   make a start with
BLOUSES
For  the  rest of the week
the whole lot   at   following
prices:
Prices 60c, 70c, 75c and
85c    __
Sale price   25c
Prices    $1.00,     $1.25.
$1.50,      $1-75     and
$2.10	
Sale price   OUc
*^
Our Stock of
School
SUppHes
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
HUME  ADDITION
LOTS.
GAMBLE  &  O'REILLY
C AOENTS.
Hhammocks
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
"�� _^
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A."SATWARD.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Comer baler and Stanley Btreet-,
NELSON, B. C.
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Polioy Writing Office for tha i__nu
FlKK  iNWl'BANl'K C<W1'ANY OF HART"
1'imii nnd Ibe Connkiticut Fiuk In-
BOBANCB Company ok Hahtkiiiih.
'���>
NOTICE  OF  riEETINQ.
nf
'lln' latesl Hoer General toaurrender
���ays tlir people are disgusted with
President Kruger, A people who
were not Doert would have lieen dlia
gusted wiili liim long ago, an(' ���' """>'
are oven ��t this  lute  day   it  proves
that they un' not wholly without   the
power of discernment in estimating
tiir motives of imtmuhiI oondnot. The
war from tin-"iitHet has bean Krugcr's
wnr. waged, nut to present the libcr-
ttes of his people, but tn render more
secure his own opportunities for plun-
d 1 ii, in 11 bad old man, snd it
hpenii'.  Ilttlu  for   lioer   Intelligence
that lie wns not found out limit ago.
It in only a wicked pei'veiseness   thnt
Induces   htm   t mtlnne  the  wnr
in .Mill-, after ll bourne evident lo the
riullcsl apprehension that his estme
was already losl beyond tho   hope  of
redcmpl Irin,	
||oW Is   Ihi-. taken   from The    Vie-
lorla Colonist?���"Al _ certain   mine|MIlH. HKILLY
in   llii-    Province     reeently,   out   ol
Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
Nelson,   B. C.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
Permanently removed by the
electric needle. The manager
of the Chicago Electrolysis
Co., a graduate electrician, is
in Nelson for a limited space
of time. Persons afflicted
with this blemish should not
fail to take advantage of this
opportunity of being cured.
References given. Room 18,
Hume Hotel.
We  uro now doing buainMf in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NEW ones.
Give us a call.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
S Telephone 10. p �� Box- K and w   5
The  Highland  Mining Company.
British Columbia, Limited.
In pursuance of a requisition in
writing of Shareholders of the Company holding in the aggregate five-
eights (5-8) of the whole number of
shares of snid Company issued, the Directors of The Highland
Mining Company of liritish Columbia,
Limited, hereby convene and call an
extraordinary general meeting of the
shareholders of said   Company,   to   lie
held at the ntiiee  of the Company nl
Ainsworth,  liritish t'oliiiubin.on Monday the 20th  dny   of  August.   A.   _).
1900, at the hour of S o'clock p.m.
llusiness:   To approve a   resolution
of the Directors of the Company to
dispose of the assets, rights, powers,
privileges, and franchise of trie Bald
Company,
To authorize the execution of nil
necessary documents to carry out said
transfer.
Dated at Ailisworth, 11. ('., this   4th
day of August, i(tun.
By Order of the Hoard of  Directors.
T. .1. LENDBUM,
Noeretary.
MONEYS  LOANED
Straight   Mortgage,   at  8  per ccDt.
Wanted���Molly Clihson Stock.
(leneral Agent for the Great Wkht
Likk  Ahhuhanck Co.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No oilier can lie accepted unless
arr, ii ii | an ml by cash.
onico Corner Hull nnd Haker Streets.
TKLBPHONK ��S. .
NOTICE OF MEETING.
The Josephine Mining Conipany, Limited. (Foreign).
A Bpeolal Meeting of  the Josephine
Mining Company (foreign) will lie
held at the omOOBof the Conipany, at the
Law OtlieeB of Maedomild Ss Johnson,
linker Street, Nelson, liritish Columbia, on Monday tlm -0th day of Aug-
UBt, A. 1). lliob, at the hour of 11
o'olook in the forenoon,
ltiisiness: To authorize the. sale of
the "Josephine" mineral claim to
ErneBt II. Woakes.
To authorize the execution of all
necessary documents to carry out said
sale.
Dated at Nelson. B. C, this 4th of
August, A. D. Kioo.
HAltKY N. CARTER,
Secretary.
THE    WM
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
who  has taken over
the   house  on   Ward   Street  just
above the Post Office, will give bosrd
forty**".  ��,���, o���gi,t to hnVjjd^g. ^Jgggmtm.
|0M to wwfc one morning, forty-six *
HAMILTON   riANUFACTURING   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
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.
HOTEL EOSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 91.00.
J. V. O'LAUSHLIN, Prop-
A. R. BARROW, a m i o.b
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Sts.
p. 0. Box 569. Telephone Mo. 05
GEO. GUBD
Room 1. Torner-Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MININU AflENI
Houses and Building Lota in AU Parts
of the Oity.
WANTED- Good building lots down
town for' client.  Also land adjoining
city for gardening.	
SILVER KING MIKK
Will pay the highest cash price 'or ���''
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will BW
or sell anything from an anchoi to ��
needle. Furniture, stovei. oaipert*.
cooking utensils, bought in bouseboio
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Adflres.
Silver King Hike, Boi M0. W*
Street, Nelson, 8. 0, Nelson  Daily  Miner,  Thursday   Evening,   August 16,  19QU
TROUBLE IN NEW YORK.
White Men Wreak Vongeance Upon Colored
Men.
New York, Aug. 111.���Peace was not
restored in the riot district until after
3 o'clock this morning. During the
riot five hundred policemen were on
duty anil ambulances from every hospital on the west side were kept lnisy,
A gross estimate of the results this
morning puts the number of wounded
at fifty and arrests at forty.
Nelson Opera House
J. E. Annam.e, Manager,
New York, Aug. Hi.���A mob of
..Several hundred persons formed last
night in front of the residence of
policeman Robt. .1. Thorpe. IlTtll street
and (Ith avenue, to wreak vengeance
upon the Negroes of the neighborhood
because their race had caused the
policeman's death. Thorpe was stabbed und bruised last Sunday night by
Several Negroes when he was attempt-
lug to arrest a colored woman. Tbe
man who Inllicted most of the injuries
is said to he Arthur Harris, a Negro,
who cainc here several weeks ago
from Washington. In a few moments
the mob last night swelled to 1500
people or more, and ah they became
violent, the Negroes fled in terror to
any hiding place they could find.
Nathan Washington, 11 years old,
colored, rode upon his wheel into the
middle of the rioting crowd of whites.
He wus instantly surrounded, pulled
from his wheel and brutally beaten.
Half a dozen policemen on the corner
made no effort to save him. The negro in some way got on his wheel and
ran on the stoop of a house. lie was
again attacked, the police looking on.
A messenger boy saw his peril and
fighting like u fiend, he drove thc
crowd hack and got the negro into the
house. The policemen then dispersed
the crowd, dipt. Cooney "toncc called out the reserves from the adjoining
precincts. The policemen in other
parts did much clubbing liut the injured men were ull negroes.
Lloyd was shot in the check, received a severe wound and a broken arm
near bis hand, lie said a policeman
hud shot and clubbed him. He was
taken to llcllevue hospital. John It.
Mnl lory. IS years old, colored, student,
was going home with Gordon Jones.
The gang jumped on them at 37th
Street and Ninth Avenue. Mallory
was knocked down. A policeman
managed to get him ou an uptown
car and told bim logo to the hospital.
Just then another policeman ran up,
pulled Mallory from the car and began to club him. The passengers on
the car cried "yhauic" and the policeman stopped his outrageous assault.
Mallory managed to drag himself
aboard tbe car and got to Roosevelt
hospital. He was a pitiful sight. His
condition Is serious. He did uot know
what bad become of   bis   companion.
A negro got off an Eighth Avenue
ear at '.'7tb Street and was uttaeked.
The policeman OH the corner charged
the crowd and by firing revolver shots
into the air rescued the negro.
In charging through 37th Street and
driving the mob hefore them, tbe
Negroes in the tenements began firing
things at the mob and police. The
policemen at once Bred into the upper
windows and drove the blackheads into hiding. Whether anybody was
hit by the bullets or not is unknown.
A fusilade was fired.
TO SHADOW ANARCHISTS.
London, Aug. 10.���Today fifteen
Italian detectives, according to the
Home correspondent of The Daily
Mail, will sail for New York to shadow the movements of the anarchists in
the United States.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Heer and I'm tor,
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson. B. C.
One   Solid  Week
COMMENCING
Monday, August 20th
Clara Hanmer
And her excellent company
in n Ki'iiud repertoire of
latest dramas antl comedies
Monday���opening bill
Man and
Master
Six   Big Specialties
Between the Acts.
Popular Prices!
Seats now on sale at usual
place.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
FAMOUS
(ijiperia.     Limited
SERVICE
East   and   West
First Class Sleepers on all trains from
Arrowhead and Kootbnax Landing
Tourist Cars pass Medicine Hat
daily for St. Paul; Saturdays for
Montreal and Boston; Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars
pass Kevelstoke oue day earlier.
CONNECTIONS.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10:85
16:80 Lv Nelsnn Ar 18:4_
Morning train daily for nnd from
Rossland, aud for Kevelstoke, main
lino and l'ooiHc Coast.
Afternoou train duily for and from
Rossland, nnil from Kevelstoke, main
line and Pacific Const, and duily
(except Bunday) for and from Boundary poiuts.
7:110 l.v )  ��� . _���  I Ar 10:30
(E���S.m)       [Nelaon {Bx8un)
For and from Handon, Slocan points,
Kevelstoke, main liue and Pucific
Coast.
Kootenay Lake Kaslo Route.
(Ex Sun)       Str Kokanee       (Ex Sun)
10:00 Lv NelBon Ar 11:0(1
Snturdny to Ai'genta and return,
leaving Kaslo at 20:00k.
Kootenay River Route.
Piiily    8tis Moyie and Nelson     Daily
22:80 Lv Nelson Ar 2:30
Connects al Kootenay Lauding witb
Crow's Nest Line trnin..
For rates, tiokels and full information apply to Depot or City Agent,
Nelson, B. C, or
VV. P. ANDERSON,
Trav. Para. Attend
NoIm.ii
HI J. COYLE,
A  11. P. Agent,
Vanoouvor
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisement- tnaertod under thin hoad at
tho rate of ono oent & word per inNorllon. No
lulvurllHomenl taken for Iohh than 24 (tenia.
Wanted���By a woman, a position ns
cook in  a minim;  camp,     Address
1' Cook,'' Miner office.
WANTED���White I���iiiiidry. Object
being '"O get rid of Chinese. Support
of the citizens guaranteed. Person
with family preferred. For further
information apply: The Secretary,
Kimberley Citizens' Committee, Kimberley, B. 0.
FOR   SALE  CHEAP���Large   house
and 10 acres opposite Nelnon.   Fowl
house.    Running water.     Apply O.
Newling, Baker Street.
FOR SALE���Shipment choice Apples
from    the    celebrated    Coldstream
Ranch.   Try a box.    Taylor Feed Ss
Produce Co.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO A 9I.OCAN RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV, & THAU. CO.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard Time.
KfTuciive February Ut, i!Kx��
KASLO & SLOCAN HY.
1'aHrienger train for Sandon nnd way slatlonH
loavOH   KohIo  al 8 a. in., dally.    KelurnluK.
left von Bandon at 1.15 p.m,, arriving at Kiudo
at 8.65 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD, CO,
Operating on Kootenay l_akeand Hiver.
Str. "International" leavoH Kanlo for NoIhoii
at 6 a. in, daily except Sunday. KuturninK,
loavoH Nelnon at M0 p.m., calling at llalfour,
t'llo! Bay, Ainu worth and all way pointH, Con-
nectH with S. Y. A N. train to and from Spo-
1 .mm at Five Mile Point.
LARDO-DUNCAN DIVISION.
Steamer Argon to leaves Kaelo Taosd&rs and
Fridays at (ia. m. for the hoad of navigation on
the   Upper Duncan River;   returning leaven
Hall'ri l_anding WedncudayH and HaturdayH.
Steamers call at principal laudingri ln both
directions, and at other pointH when signalled
Tickote aold to all pointH ln Canada and the
United States.
To ascertain rates and full Information ad*
dresy i
ROBERT IRVING.
U&nager. Kaslo, R.C.
GRUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch ilium. $i:!.50per UK) feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J-��-VCf5.��_-'xS676.N��l5on.B.O
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
mHORPH & CO. Uraltedr-Coraer Vernon
JL und Oedar streets, Nolson���Manufacturer* of and wholesale dealers in aerated waters
anil fruit syrups. Solo agents for Halcyon Hot
springs mineral water. Telephone00.
NKLSON SODA WATER FACTOHY-
N. Nt, Cummins, Lessee���Kvery known
. uriel y of BOfl drinks. P O Hox 88. Telephone
No, 31, Hoover Street, Nelson, bottlers of tho
famous Bt, Leon Hot Springs Mineral Water.
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK & MACDONALD (II. Cane, James
j  A. Maodonald)���Arohiteota and _aiperln<
temleuts, Hroken li ill Mock, corner Haker and
Ward Streets, Nelson.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers of the Royal Seal
and Kootenay Belle Cigars. Factory and
otlice, Baker Street, Nelsou.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
UJ. EVANS A CO.���Baker Street, Nel-
��� son���Wholesale dealers iu liquors, of-
Kurd, cement., lire brick and tire clay, water
pipe and t-luol rails, and goueral commission
merchants.
FRL'ITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J    A. M'DONALD -Madden Block. Nelsou-
���   Fruits, ice cream, "li. B." chocolates.
lugli class confectionery.   Ice Cream Parlors.
GRAIN,  HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMANKER MILLING CO., Ltd.-
Wholesale and retail dealers in grain,
hay, (lour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New Westminster; Kdmonton, Alta. Klovators on Calgary anil Kdmonton 1 tail way. Manufacturers
of t ho celebrated B. & K. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD A Co.~Corner Front
��� and Hall Streets���Wholesale grocers
and jobbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts, boots,
rubbers, mackinaws uud miners' sundries.
LUMBER
"VTKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
_l_i Otlice corner Hull and Front Streets,
���Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1}   BURNS & Co.���Baker Street, Nelson���
.  .    Wholesalo dealers in fresh and curod
meats.   Cold Storage.
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   CO.-
Haker Street, Nelson���Wholesale dealers in fresh aud cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
TAWHENCK HARDWARE CO - Baker
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale denials iu
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods,
etc,
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson��� Wholesalo dealers in hardware und
mining supplier plumbers' and tinsmiths' supplies.
NKLSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholesale
paints, oils and gluss; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUHNKU, BKKTON A Co.-Cornor Vornon
X and Jo_ophiuo Streets, Nelson���Whcle
sale dealers ln liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents for Fatal Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgury Brewing Co of Calgary.
11
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale groorrlo^
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
(CALIFORNIA WINK CO., Li mi ted-Corner
J Front and Hall 81 roots, Nelson���Wholesale dealers in winns tease and bulk), and
domestio and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
J Y. GRIFFIN _. CO.-Corner Vornon and
��� Josephine Streets, Nelson ��� Whole-ale
dealers in provisions, cured meats, butter and
oggs.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur Eureka nineml Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Building   Lols,   Residence   Property,
Ranches) etc.
WANTED.
Good incomii producing properties
down town.
Furnished house from September
1st.
Unfurnished  house  up  the hill, on
tram line, to rent at iiliout %%> per
month.
FOR BALE���A paying Grocery and
Fruit business. Bust part Main
Street, Oraubrook. Property can also
lie purchased. ''Business," NeUon
Miner,
FOR SALK���First class English Piano,
cheap.   Make,  Monington & Weston, London.    Apply Prof. F. Stoiner,
Victoria Street.
SITUATION WAITED���At, once, by
an experienced woman cook.   Private family or boarding house,   Address "0," Miner office.
F. 0. GREEN        F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 1.5 Nelson, B. C.
_.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Awly to G. I . LENNOX, Baker St.,
Kelson.
If You Smoke
Smoke  tlie
Royal Sea!
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION MADE.
NKLSON, B. ('.
CALL ON THS
NELSON WINE CO.
SeaiSf On    lhf "market.    Also   try   our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    ma    CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. _.����������"���
Telephone 03. H��knr BU N"1'""'"'"
E. J.SCOVIL
MINI* �� BROKE*.      flOTAKY ri III II.
Winder moro Mines.   Corrosp ' enoeSol'^itod
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and verse at a low price and on easy-
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This is the only edition with the biography by Prof. Chas. Eliot Norton.
Decorations by Mr. Lockwood Kipling, the author's father.
Bound m dark green English cloth.
Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
SPECIAL    OFFEI^
The regular price of KIPLING, in good
binding (copyright editions), is $1.50 per
volume���$24.00 for a complete set.
The price of this edition is $i.'oo per
volume���$16.00 only.
For a first payment of $1.00 the  16
volumes will be delivered free to your address.
Then you pay $1.50 monthly for 10 months.
Call at The Miner Ofkice and inspect
the books and leave your application.
If you can't call, cut out this coupon,
sign, mail to us with $1.00, and the 16
volumes will be delivered promptly.
LIST   OP   VOLU/l-S
1 Plain Tale" From tho Hill��
1 Iii, lulling Prof. Norton'1 Bketchl
2 Snlilicrs Three; Hiory of Um Qadsbrs;
ih lll.H I. uml VVhilo
II   Under the   DiiodarH;   Tho   Phantom
Rlok��haw; Woe Willie Winkiu
I Iit'iiarinii 11i.1l   Ditties;    llulliuli'   mnl
Hi tin. k Room Hallads
5  Life's Hnndlcap: Being Stories of Mine
Own People
II Tho Nanl inkn
7 Many Inventions
8 Tin- UkIii Thai K.iiii'ii
II   Thi< .Ini'Klo Hunk
111 Tho Beoond Jungle Hook
11 Tho Suvi'll Sc'll.4
12 Captain-' I'nnraKCOus
IS   Tho liarV Work
II   From Son lo Koi; Vol I
In   From _onto Son:  Vol.11
Hi   Slnlky St Co.
CUT THI8  OUT,  SIGN,  AND  FORWARD
tuk Daily Minkk, N_i.hoi. b. c.:
Plnaso solid mc the works of Rtiityanl Kipling lantliorizoiletlilionl,
bound ln cloth, complete in 111 volumes, for which I airroo to pay you
91)100. 1 enclose fl.lKi __ first payment, ami will send yon fi.no por
month hereafter until tho full Bum is paid. The lioobs lo remain yonr
property until paid for in full.
Namk
AllIlKKSS.
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
i^-<f'<f-<f)-f*<^
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard RY
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
lor 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 Greenwood.
Lew* Day Train,        Aiuuvk.
10.8IJ a.m Bpoknne 7:10 p.m,
12 :0T> p. m KoBslliml 5 :;)0 p.m.
(J:30 a, 111 Ni'Ibod 8.00 p.m.
Night Trnin.
I):4fi p.m Hpokane 7:05 n.m:
II :00 p.m Rowland 8:80 n.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane Wa_ti
G. K. TAOKABUBY,
Accent, Nelson, B.O
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkijson M. C.
A Boardinfc and Day School oondticlml by
lho 8_HterH of St. Jwouh of PMOfr. It Ih hIIii-
ated at tho cornor of Mill and JOMphtne stratta
in ono of tho Im-.i roHidcntial portiotiH of Nelnon, and Ih caMly accoHhihlo from all purU
of iho city.
Thocourtwof HUidy tnolttdoi the fundamon-
tal nud hlKhor brnnohoH of a thorough K11 k 1 i��� 1 ���
oducatlon. HtiHinotw nun r ��� BookkoopluKi
Hlonouraphy and Typewriting Sclonco oourHC
���Mumo, Vocal and IiiHtmmoutnl; DrawiiiK,
otc,���Plain and Art Noodlowork; CalLHthonlcu,
eta
Kor LorniH an<T oarticularn apply
Hnnnrinr.
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Bakkr Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Palri-ap,     ,    .    .     mi.:ih.,ii;u.��mi  |   it, ,1 *i.:<mi,<hhi o
Hoard of  Klrrrlonit   ThoniMK Kenny,   Pr.wid.-nt;   'I'Iioiuilh  Ititrlilr,   Viiu I'rohid.nt,
\\"il��') Smith, 11. U. li;. nl<!, Hon. II. II. Fuller, M.!,.('., Hun. Hvivid MacKoun.
Iliml Ulllrr, llnllfiit, i
Goncml MainiK��r, DdkOll U PttMi Muni nmi.
Hup��rlnlmidi:ni **f HninrlniH. and Hci-rfUtry, W. H. Turmncf, Halifax.
fnipOOtOT, W. K. BrOOk, Halifax.
Inrtpeclor D. M. HU-wart, Montreal.
Itruiirlim!
Kova Hrotia-Halifax Brmooh, A&tlironlah, Bridgewator, Gurabora, Londoodorrx, LnnanbuiVi
.Mitiihuul (IlantH Co.|, PiotOHi   I'orl RawkMbory.  Hjilnev.  Mlnilienarndle. Truro, Weytmnitn
New Hruudwirk  Batbnnti Dorchestor, HVoderlctiin. Kingston iKent Co.), Uonoton, New-
riifi lr, sa,-k\ illf, Wootlritock. I*. I.. IxtHnd ('lnvrlottclown, iSiimnmrHido. .|nri>.. Monlrenl
(City Oflice), Montreal. W, i Knd (Cor, Noire ltiuue and HolKiieiirn Ktri*��t_.(; WeMUnonnt |Cor.
Greene Avenue and HI. CatharlueH Hlret-t. llnliirhi Ottawa, >< ��imimiiin.i BUJohl.'fl
��'mIni, Uciil laillrN - Havana.  Inilrd HtalrH   New York I Hi tCxobangl I'lace) Republio, Wafih
BKANCHE8 IN BBITI8H COLUMfiU.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrrMMifHlriilH i
l'��u-fl_���Miirclinnl.'. Ilnnk of Ciumilii.   ItitNton-- N'Hlioniil Slmwinul llnnk.   , liirnso   A rn.-n- .
Nnlionitl  liimk.   Hun  lr.11.1-. o    I 11 -1   Nnlloiiul   Uml,     i.nni  Illi   Hunk of   Hi-ollitnil.
P_liN, Vrmnr*- (Iroilfl I.touiiiiIk. llrriiiiiilH llnnk uf llurmuilii. 4'lilnn >ui<l Japitn Hotm
Kong und H)mn|f)mi llmikliiK {'urporatlun.
(Iciieml Banking Buslnes* Tran.ucted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts rocciveil on tlin mo_t favorable tcrmi,    InU'iiBt allowed on special
ili'liii- ii:��� niul nn Saving Hank accoiintH,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Nelson Employment Apncy
WANTED.
Wail.r_B8.   DiBhwiiHlier,    I'niier fnr
hotel.    Cilrl for hoU-l.
Nurse g'n-l wants situation,
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Baker St,
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at   reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block,
.   > t
NELS0N   DAItV   MlNEH,   THUMDAV   EvENINO,    AUO.SX    .6,   ^
.   E.   S
Powder
Captain
on   a
Krntcr-
The address was
thoroughly   en-
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
���..���,.,. une  steamer, Lake Ontario
sailed from  Liverpool  at 6 p. m. yes
teniae.
Horn To tho wife of Mr
Wadsworth, of the Ontario
Co., on Wednesday, a son.
,.    a.   Weir,    clerk    in
.,���,,,���.,������ office left this morning
two weeks trip to the Coast cities.
, W Ruddy, a merchant of Ymir,
wftR brought to the General lIoBplta
lM. ,������,���,���, suffering from   typhoid
fever.
Rcv   ,���,,��� o'Meara,   of  Winnipeg
lectured ton large audience In
���ilv Hall last night.
��� Bpicndld   one   and
joyod- .        ,
Norman   T.   Mel.cod   has    resigned
hU position as sergeant of the Nelson
Co   R   M. B'i and u"' Tftcan��y "
���,,',.,,",,v   the   promotion of   Corporal
( rge M. Phillips.
[nits report ofthe Legislative pro-
^.dlnUBlttSl Monday, The Vancouver
Province sayst "Mr. John Houstfin
lool< his seal very quietly this after-
������������ and looks well hut subdued.
The   London   Economist    criticizes
vcrv adversely thc   new   notations  of
Kootenay mines by   the   London
lllohe   Finance   Company
the   last  one   ol   the
Kootenay mine.
The Clara Mathes Stock Company
has cancelled its coast engagements
because of trouble with certain mem-
members of thc company and will
probably be out of business
organization.
The citizens of Klmberly, B. C, are
advertising in The Miner today for a
man to engage in the laundry business
|��� that town. Thc object is to get rid
of the Chinese and the citizens guarantee a white mnn all of their patronage.
The Vancouver World of Monday
says: J, Roderick Robertson, president of the South Kootenay Hoard of
Trade, and one of the best known mining men of the Interior, arrived on
....    ..__      ii..   wm
Judge Forin will leave on Monday
for a two weeks trip to the Coast
cities.
James Johnston Of Cranbrook arrived in Nelson this morniug. He said
that the Roman Catholic Mission at
that place was erecting a large bos
pitul. The building will be an ex
tensive one and will cost $10,000. Part
of the construction is already done
and the entire building will be completed this fall.
The passenger train on the Spokane
Kails _s Northern due to arrive in
Nelson from Spokane at 7 :45 laet night
did not get here until 5 o'clock this
morning, The cause of the delay was
a freight train being off the truck a
few miles this side of Northport. The
train left for Spokane on time this
morning.
Ewart & Carrie, architects, are preparing plans for a residence for 11. 11.
Williams, to be erected upon lots r,
I and (i of block 1 of Fairvlew facing
Oak Street. The residence which iH
to he frame will eoBt about 82,000.
The buy windows of both stories are
to be fitted with plain and fancy plate
KASLO MINING NEWS.
Good  News for Ernest Mansflold when lie
Reaches British Golumbta.
(SPECIAL TO THE MINER.)
Kaslo, Aug. Id���According to ,1. Miller there will be good   news  for   Mr.
Mansfield when he arrives  here   in   a
few days.    Mr.   Bole  haa  done  such
good work, Buys Mr. Miller,    thut .lie
bus traced the Joker lead over four of
Mansfield claims, namely   the  Trend-
well, the John A., the John A.    Fraction, and the Margaret Fraction,    lie
has made IS open cuts   and   assayB   of
ore taken therefrom have run from UK)
, to 300 ozs. silver and (till) in gold.
I    The Rambler-Cariboo ia not tlie onl
mine of   importance   near MoQulgan.
The Moho. Silver Hell nnd other  properties are to be beard   from  ipritc   often.    .1. C. Ryan, of the  Soho, is impressing on the Provincial Qovernment
I the fact that there are a number of prospects which are likely to become shippers of ore ;f only given means of communication with the Kaslo  nnd   Slo-
cun railway at Mctluigan Station.     A
petition has accordingly been uddress-
h1 to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
asking him to
NEW GASH STORE
4
4
4
4
4
4m
������������������������
TWO   BARGAINS
For Friday and Saturday
���
4m
and
especially
Columbia   and
until
Sunday's Imperial Limited,     lie
be in town for u couple of days.
Owing to much sickness prevailing
in Nelson and surrounding districts all
of the wards at the (leneral Hospital
ure completely filled. Over 20 patients
meat present being cared for  at  thc
Lteu wiiu in.,,..	
glass making it  oue   of  tlie   prettiest   anil Works at Victoria
residences of Nelson. secure the continuation of  the  Ram-
The arbitration between the Canad- hler-Cariboo wagon road up the moun-
ian Pacific nnd (i. Frank Beer as to| tain for two miles to the Antoine bathe right of way across the townslte sin. If the (iovernment will build
at Five-Mile Point will be opened at the road the mine owners interested
the Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug- will pay half the cost. The present
ust S9th, The arbitrators are Dr road is six miles long and it is claim
(ieorge A. B. Hall, Vi. II. Dowsing
and W. .1. Qoepel, There will be a
large number of witnesses to give evl
dence, some coming from tlie Coast.
Captain W. P. Heed, of the steamer
International, was united in marriage
to Miss Emily Elizabeth Campbell, at
the residence of II. A. Prosser, Victoria Street, last evening. The ceremony was conducted by Hev. William
Monroe. The bride was assisted by
Miss Celia Prosser, while Charles A.
Prosser assisted the groom. A pleasant hour was spent in the company of
a few friends.
Of the Olara llanmer Co., which
comes to the Nelson Opera House next
week, the Hosslnnd Miner of yester-
I day,   sayB:   Miss  Clara  llanmer, is a
������������������������
FIFTY   PAIRS
4 WHITE  SHEETS
Will, So��l large hc_.   She >. b_- ����� * >��<�������   G��od Va"'C
at$,ooapni_   F_..a.a���d Salurdav ��^. ���" PAIR
l'OUU   in .....   -
ed that the additional two miles   will
serve a rich section.
George Kane, bus quickly rcohanged
from   legislative    candidate    back   to
miner.    It   wus   reported   last   week I
that he had made a wonderful   find of i
copper-gold il few mi lea   from   Kaslo. j
but experts who looked at the Biuuples
declared that what   uppearedto inexperienced   eyes to be   peacock  copper
was only   iron   stain.     However. _le-
Kune hud assays made and though he
declines to make the result known he
confirms the  opinion   that there   iB u
little copper in his rock. On the other
band there is some  gold, but tbe biggest value he says, is in silver.      "In
.fact" said lie, "if  1 had  a  five   mil
rawhide   trail to the property  1 could
ship daily right now a carload   of pay
%
4   35   PAIRS   HOME   MADE
4m
4&,
>%
PILLOW   SLIPS
very
fetching actress and has a good i     ''' "","f V,"
I ore.    A trail would   cost about ifcllO a
mile.
County
Court     "ill
open   at   the
I,   There   is  a
company with her. In her role as
"Ned" in the "Black Flag" last evening she delighted her audience, whose
interest was  kept   taut  from the be-   Courthouse, September
ginning to the end of the performance, i largo list of casea.    Some jury notices
institution.    Six of the  patients   are J Manager Folding, who usually brings I have been served already
suffering from typhoid fever. the worst companies on the road here, 	
The smoker  under the   auspiceB  otl blundered into an engagement with a
- I good company this time. The "Black
Flag" Ib an old English comedy drama
with a charming plot, and Miss llanmer 1111b the lending role delightfully.
Tonight she will fill a dual role in
"La Belle Marie," and is Baid to fill
tbein to perfection.
"*V    Cheap at 50c a pair.    Friday and Saturday Bargains	
4 371-2c A  PAIR
4m
,_. ��� ��� ������ ������������
4
X Not more than four Sheets or Pillow Cases to any one person.
4M
V ������������������������
4
4m _-___.  _amm^.
the Military liuiui win oc n.m n. _._
1 ijiera House at s o'clock this evening.
Complete arrangements have been
made, and a' large crowd and a
general good time is expected. The
programme contains two or three surprises.
Since the labor trouble  at  Balfour
the Canadian  Pacific   has   secured   701
men mnl work upon the extension will
begin at once.    The working gang   is
being reorganized   today   and   things
.���ire being put into shape in the yards,
Thoy expect to continue track lay ing tomorrow.    With the present   force they
will advance towards   Nelson   at   the
rule of one mile per  day.    There   are
lo ems of material    in   the   yards   ut
Kelson, all of which will   be   sent  to
Procter at once,
.Mr. E. C, Smith. M. P. P., for
Southeast Kootenay, who was over
for the week-end and visited several
ofthe Fraser lllver canneries yesterday, accompanied by Messrs. Brown
and MeHride, until his constituents
sent Iii 111 lo Victoria, never smelt salt
water. All his life had been passed
in the mining region of the interior,
and when he went to l'._i|niin:ilt and
saw a warship for the first time, be
was positively nwe-struek. Mr. Smith
was one of the original locatorsof the
famous Sullivan claim.���Vancouver
Province.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hume���Charles Farrell, Moyie; John
A. McKenzie, Cranbrook; L. Yates,
Toronto; S. Vi. Myers, Monlrenl;
Alex. It. Wahtmerster, Sweden; S. G.
Betallaok, Belleville; J. N. Murphy,
Trail; W. Waterlow, W. JoninB,
Greenwood; A. B. Trite., Fernie; W.
II. Croy, Hamilton; C. F. Jeffry, Toronto;.!. A. Caulfield. Toronto; II. N.
Dial, Rossland; W. s. Johnson,Slocan
City; (I. A. Mitchell, RosBland; Vi.
ll. Olin and wife, Spokane; Vi. 11.
Langrldge, Kevelstoke.
Phair���Balph Barron aud wife, San
Francisco; C. B. Olinatead, Boston;
A. Cordon. Cranbrook; K. I). Davison.
Brldgewater, N. S.; A. ICtrkpatrlck,
Greenwood; Byron White. Spokane;
.1. MeDougull. Montreal; John Me-
Kane. Rossland; J. Stilwcll (lute,
Rossland; J. E. lluliuer, Spokane; F.
E. Webb, Revelstoke; E. Humphreys,
Revelstoke; (I. W, Hughes. Alamo
II. A. Iligbee. Rochester; A. s. Mac
Donald, Slooan City. Vi. <��. Noble
Greenwood,
MILLIONS   GIVEN   AWAY.
It   is   certainly   gratifying   to   the
publio to know of one concern   in  the
land who are not afraid to lie generous
to the needy and   Buffering.    The  proprietors of Dr. King's New   Disoovery
for  Consumption, Coughs  nnd   1 'olds.
have   given   away   over   ten    million
trial bottles  of  this  grent  nindicine;
j and have the  satisfaction   of knowing
it  has   absolutely onred  thousands of
hopeleBs casea.     Asthma,   Bronohitis,
Hnarse.iesa   and   all   discuses    of   the
Throat, Chest   and   Lungs  nre  surely
oured by it.    Call ou Oanuda  Ding   Ss
Book Store and get a  free trinl bottle.
Regular size 6O0 aud  ft.   Every bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded.
4
4
48t
KERR
g BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
5 Agent Standard Patterns.
Spring ohicken nud all the di .manias
of the season served to yon when you
viBit Plorenoe Park Hntel st RobertB'
Ranch, two and a half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberta, proprietor.
"BLUE BIBBON TEA IS DBUOIOtlS,"
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Mont real
lloiiitiilon l.lno apply nit t for utr inline am;: l'
llnliiiiiinn  I .im   I liHiiiiiiun AllK   -'
. Au_ i>
Allan l.lno Corinthian
Allan Uno ParUuuii���"���������;,���
���leaver UneUke Megsntla
Beaver Lino ljiku superior
DISSOLUTION   OP   PARTNERSHIP,
NOTICE is hereby given that tin
partnership formerly existing between
Richard R. Lowe and Robert A. Elliott aa agents for the lla/.elwood
Dairy is dissolved by mutual consent
this 15thday of August, 1900. Robert
A. Elliott will continue to curry on
the business of the Ha_clwood Dairy
and collect all hills and pay all accounts uml assume liabilities.
ROBERT A.  ELLIOTT.
RICHARD ll. LOWE.
lost his sight
best knows its value.
Hundred* suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have
fHcvented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Patenaude Bros.
Watcliumko s, Jewo'ers anil Opt'ciana,
NF.LSON' B.C.
White ' Slur l.lno Teutonic
Wlillc Star blue Cymric...
while siur Une Germanic
Ounard Uno Umlirla 	
Cunard Uno Lucanla.......
Ainerienii l.lno St. Loul
Heil   Slur l.h
Anchor   l.lno
Auk IS
 Auk-1
 Auk li
 Auk '-'I
.10111 Now York
  Auk I''
 AogD
 Auk ��
 Auk 1"
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11.  -on." _W~
Noorillund _"K~_
Astoria  A"K ls
EVERY   DAY
-AT THE-
ClUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-and-llalf only
10c
Anchor Une Rtbtnpti. AurS
n.ci.U L KniniT Wilhelm ll    Aukik
N. (1. UUnuTravo Auk 18
N. o, I-. L. KftltBiin Mm-iii Thercata....Auff 21
All.u, : t ill .��� l.ii i. I,:tui.'ii! lui Ail,:   IK
From Boston, HMfl
OunitrdLlno ftuconla A\>k is
Panaspfl Arranged to ami from all Kuropt-an
point*. For raUts, Hoke ��� and full informiitinn
apply lo 0, 1*. It. ilepit Bgent or II. I*. Brown
t'ity I'liNseiiKur akoiiI, Ni-lson, b. t;.
W. P. K.t'l'MMlXt.fl,
Gonoral / vnnt C.P.R. Offloe*, Winnipeg.
W.    REINHARD,   M. D.
dlMKAI.   PRACTICE.
Specialty i   Eye, Ear and Nose.
Olllee :    Haker HI reel, near' Fraternity
Ball.   Telephone No. ll,
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only good Boot in Nelson,
cor. siiinloy ,md Blllca Streets,
ED CURRAN, Prop
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
linality, as follows :
1 (10
1 00
. I 00
1 00
. 1 00
,,-ii.,,,, , ,   ,._   ....���..- .
Java um! Anihliin Mocha, per pound
Jura am! Moclin Itlend, 3 poundH ���
in"- HautoH, 4 pounds	
SantOH llloml, & pounds	
Our  BiMiclullllond, (> poundH	
Our Kin l'""'i, (i poundH	
A   I'KIAI. (IIIIIFU HOI.HITIU.
S M.KlilllUIMH :
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK. VV. BAKER 8T.
IM ELSON,        -        B. C.
A   THRICE   TOLD   TALE
WE  HAVE BEEN GIVING BARGAINS TO THE LADIES FOR THE PAST TWO MONTHS AND
\.)\V PROPOSE TO GIVE A FEW TO THE MEN.    WE QUOTE YOU THESE PRICES:
Men's Fine Shins, starched fronts; regular 75c;  now  25c
Men's Fine Shirts, with or without Collars;   regular $1.25 and $1.50;   now 75c
Men's Summer Underwear;  regular 80c a suit;  now  40c
Mens Fine Fancy Striped Balbnggan Underwear; regular $1.50 a suit; now 75c
Men's Fine Wool Underwear, unshrinkable, summer weight;  regular $2.50
$1.25
a  suit;    now	
Men's Natural Wool Underwear, light weight;   regular $.1.00 a suit;   now..        1.50
Men's Ties;  regular 50c and 75c;   now all one price  J|5C
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