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Daily Edition No. 798
Nelson, British Columbia, Tuesday Evening,  August 7,  1900.
Tenth Year
NEWS OF THE
PROVINCES
(SPECIALS TO Tlir: MINKH.)
Quebec. Aug. 7.���The Ghoulnard
Hi,>fli. adjoining the Richlllu and On-
tario Navigation Company's wharf,
was destroyed by fire last night together with the stock of provisions,
the property of O. Jiiciiuis antl Messrs.
Busaler Ss Co., provision merchants.
The loss is estimated at between $.">(>,-
noo and Slid,(MM) and thc insurance at
about 815,000,
SIGNS OF ELECTION.
Political Straws Show That the Electoral
Wind Will-low Over the Country.
Montreal. Aug. 7.���Many signs indicate the holding of the general elections before autumn. The wages of
laborers employed by the department
of public works at Bore! have been
Increased from HO cents to 81 per day.
It is also announced that work on thc
bridge at Quebec is being pushed forward as rapidly as possible and ISO
men have been put to work within the
past few days. It is also announced
that on his way to and from the
Acadian convention at Arichat, t'. II.,
August ISth, Sir Wilfred Laurier will
bold two meetings in (laspe county,
one at St. Anne des Monts and
another at PerOe, Sir Louis Davies
aud the Hon. Messrs Fielding and
Blair will be here on the -'(ith inst,
three weeks sooner than at first intended and Mr. Tarte is hastening his
return,
THE C.   P.   R.  STRIKE.
disputed accounts between the Federal
authority and the two provinces as re-
presentlng theold provinces of Canada.
The arbitrators were Sir John Boyd,
Chancellor of Ontario, Sir L. N. Cas-
ault, Chief Justice of Quebec and Mr.
Justice Bui-bridge, Exchequer of
Canada. Under the award just giveu
the province of Ontario is mulcted to
thc extent of over two million dollars.
G. P. R. GETS LAND.
Government Gives Them a Site for a Depot In
the proposed National Park.
Ottawa, Out. .Aug. 7���The I Iovernment has sold to the C.P.B.90 I--'acres
in the British Columbia Railway^Belt,
within the limits set out for a National Park, for the erection of a new station and other necessary buildings.
The C. P. H. have decided to build on
the new site owing to the destruction
of the station employees in Roger's
Pass by snowslides a year and a half
ago. An adjacent area of 00 acres has
been leased to the company at the
nominal rental of 81 per year. There
is heavy timber in the areas thus acquired by the C. P. R. and this is regarded as a protection against snow-
slides.
The Situation Assumes Serious Proportions as
the Movement Is widespread.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 7.���It is understood here that the C. P. R. is preparing a statement on the strike situation for distribution to the employees
of the company on the Western aud
Pacific divisions giving their side of
the case. It will be made public tomorrow. The men will probably wait
on the conipany in a body on Tuesday.
James Webster of the general committee, of Revelstoke, and W. Kae, of
Vancouver, are here.
Fort William, Out., Aug. 7.���The
litters, boiler makers, machinists anil
helpers of the C. P. R. arc out on a
strike.
Rat Portage, Ont., Aug. 7. ���Fitters,
blacksmiths and boiler makers at the
C. P. It. shops here are out at the
command of the union. The strikers
say they will Stay out till tbeir demand! are acceded to by the company.
Repairs booked on engines at the
Bhopseaunot.be made except of the
simplest nature, and as a consequence
engines are being sent out as they
came in. Engineers say they will not
take the risk of running engines lung
without repairs, so the situation begins to asBinne large proportions. On
the other hand, the ollieials claim
they have sulllciciit reserve power to
keep them going f(,r months, and in
tend to use it if necessary.
Montreal, Aug. 7. ���Mr. Mi'NIcoll,
General Manager of the 0. P. R-.
discussing the sltuatiou today, says
he fails to understand why there is a
strike. The company has not had
any quarrel with the uulons. Early
In the season extensive preparations
were made to carry many bushels of
grain to the Eastern market, but as a
result of the drought the ordinary
carrying capacity of tbe road will not
be overtaxed, aud as an ordinary business precaution It was found necessary to lay oir extra hands engaged.
Mr. McNlcoll denied emphatically that
there had been any discrimination
against the union. Any report to the
contrary ho brands as false.
OLD BOYS CELEBRATE.
Toronto, Aug. 7.���This has been a
civic holiday here and the day was
given to excursions aud games. The
weather was intensely hot thu thermometer reaching OS in the Bhade iu
some parts of the city. The day
passed off uneventfully. One of the
features most characteristic of the
civic holiday of late years is the number of Old Hoy's excursions and this
was more prominent than ever this
year. The Old Hoy's excursions were
held to Loudon, Orangeville, Cobourg,
Newcastle, Flora, aud Woodstock.
The excursions as a matter of fact became general in each case, but there
was nucleus of organisation in each
ease. About SOO left here for London
and some for Cobourg.
CASUALTY LIST.
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 0���Sir Alfred
Milner reports the following from
Capetown, Aug. S: "Dangerously ill
at Bloemfontein, driver Sandercock,
Canadian Artillery, Smith, C. R. I.
At Capetown Pte. Wilson, tlrenndiers,
Toronto, Corporal Coombs, St. John,
N. 1!., Captain McDonald rcaleased by
the Boers July 80. Residence of Sandercock and Smith uot given."
The General commanding at Paarde-
ktip under date of Aug. 4, cables:
"Sergeant ES, 0. Parker killed and
Pic.    Finold,    Barrle,   Out.,   severely
wounded."
DROWNED AT OWEN SOUND.
Owen Sound,Out., Aug. 7.���Andrew
Hamilton, of Tara, was drowned this
afternoon, being taken with cramps
wliile Bwimming a couple of hundred
yards from the shore with his wife
nnd frlendH looking on. Three small
boys made a fruitless attempt to reH-
Pue him iu a boat and one,aged l8,dove
'or htm but waB unable to reach
him.
WILL BE RELEASED.
Montreal, Aug.  7. ���Three hundred
and forty Roumanians who arc practically Imprisoned on board tbe steamship Lake Chainplain are likely to be
released as the Deputy Minister ofthe
Interior wired that if the Baron De
llirsch Institute and the Elder Dempster Steamship Co. will give a guarantee that they will not become a charge
on thc public the immigrants may
land.
Sunday ami continued Monday. No
details are obtainable, but it, is believed that   General   Carrlngton   and
(leneral Ian Hamilton relieved the
garrison at Itustenburg, which is retiring to Seerust,
SATAN1A WON.
Cowes, Isle of Wight. Aug. 7.���In
the regatta of the Royal Yacht Squadron today, the Meteor, owned by tlie
Emperor of Germany, came in first in
the race for the Queen's Cup. Time
2 hours 21 minutes 45 seconds. Hut
the Satania, which came in second in
S hours .'10 minutes and 1.1 seconds,
won the cup on time allowance, the
Meteor allowing her SS minutes.
HOUSTON
FLOORED
Insults Rod Tolmie and Gets
Knocked  Down for
His Pains.
(SI'Mtni, TO THIS MINKH.)
Victoria, Aug. 7.���The Liquor License Act discussed in committee of
the whole brought John Houston to
his feet yesterday afternoon in a
speech of wandering declamation.
Proclaiming himself ii Government
supporter he attacked the Cabinet, declaring that all but the Premier were
incapable. The members for Esquimau were dubbed "niossbacks" antl
the term similarly applied to Brown,
of Westminster.
l_��t_. j:'. lie met Rod Tolmie on Got-
eminent Street and ended his remarks
to that gentleman by reflecting on his
canine ancestry.
"When you go back to Kootenay
we'll fix you," be saitl.
'I'll fix you now'." cried Tolmie
and the scrap began.
Houston bad no poker this lime nmi
after a sharp round with a swing on
jaw Tolmie laid liim senseless on the
pavement. Tolmic's friends interfer-
d and sent Houston home in a hack
spitting blood. Inquiry at his hotel
elicited the Information that he was
in bed and expected to be out today
but could see no one.
The Legislature is very quiet. Routine work is chiefly in evidence and
the liquor license bill is iu committee, In tbe latter bill ihe Government have increased rural licenses
fees SS per cent, they now bring 87...
and 8125 for up to a hundred and Iwo
hundred Inhabitants in a oue mile radius.
The Opposition   persist   in   reading
anti-Chinese clauses iu railway charters, also loss of privileges if road declares for general benefit  of Canada,
AWARD OF ARBITRATORS.
Toronto, Aug. 7.-The Governments
of Ontario and Quebec have been advised of the awards of the arbitrators
appointed to settle tho long standing
PROMINENT EDITOR DEAD.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 7���0. D.Wil-
Bon, editor of thc Brandon Sun and
President of the Western Canada Press
Association died yesterday of typhoid
fever. He leaveB a widow and several
little ones.
TRAINS COLLIDE.
Lafayette, Ind., Aug. 7.���A south
bound passenger train which left here
early this morning collided with a
light freight engine at South Raub,
south of here. James Hudlow, fireman
of the passenger train, was Instantly
killed. Louis Raub, the engineer of
the freight engine, and his fireman
are missing. Henry Whitesett, a passenger, and Eugene MeCool, a freight
brakemeii. were fatally injured.
FIGHTING AT ELANDS RIVER.
Capetown, Aug. 7.���Railway communication with Natal has been re-
establiBhcd by General MacDonalds
capture of liarrismlth. Heavy fighting at   Klands River  commenced  on
Victoria, Aug. 7,���At 10 a, m, this
morning John Houston, M. P. P, had
not yet put ill an appearance about
his hotel. He was reported to be
still suffering from the effects of the
knock-out blow delivered by Rod
Tolmie. a blow that would have been
a credit to a professional pugilist.
When ll, was delivered the dollveror
was mad and had every occasion to be
so. Those who witnessed the Incident
declare that Tolmie was perfectly
Justified in acting ��s he did. The
language used by Houston towards
him was of a most insulting character,
one epithet In particular being such
that no   gentleman   would  allow   to
pass unrescnted. Tolmie stood it as
long as he could anil as long as the
best uatured of men could have Stood
it.    lie only hit   Houston   one   blow.
That was sufficient,   The member fm'
Nelson dropped like a log. Tolmic's
friends, who were stand ing about, ami
jthcrS'who had gathered, called a
hack and into this Houston was assisted and driven to his hotel.
The speeoh of the member for Nelson, delivered in the House yesterday
nfternoon. created somewhat of a sensation. The very appearance of the
man, as be arose from his seat, ran
his hands through his hair, and lagan his abuse of everyone connected
with Ihe Government with the single
exception of Premier Dunsiimir, was
a aitiKt unusual scene, and everyone
gazed in Bina-ement at the speaker.
The man W8S almost white with rage,
There was nothing In the debate in
committee ��f tbe whole that could
have riled him Bo and his follow members were at a loss for a reason for
his peculiar conduct.    It is generally
agreed that Honston has. by his action yesterday, about spoiled his usefulness hero, lie cannot hope to have
any considerable weight hereafter,
either with the Opposition or with
the Government, lie has been looked ilium since his advent in
the House us a rather clever
man and it ; was expected by
many that his voice would have some
weight. But he shot his bolt yesterday. A man who acts as he acted
yesterday is not considered safe anil
neither the Qovernment nor opposition will be Inclined to warm to him.
lie has been weighed in the balance
and found wanting. The (Iovernment
has nu further use for him and Joe
Martin is not anxious to have him on
his side of the House.
MESSAGE FROM ROBERTS.
Roports the   Surrender of   Harrismltli   and
Thinks Badon-Powoll is Relieved.
London, Aug. 7���Lord Roberts ic-
ports to the War Office under date of
Pretoria. Aug. Oth, as follows: "llur-
rismith surrendered on Aug. I. The
neighboring country seems quiet.
Kitchner is with the force soutli of
the Vaal River. Yesterday he was
joined by a detachment of lirabant's
Horse and the Canadian Regiment.
The Hoers attacked thc garrison at
Elands River tin tlie. morning of Aug.
4th. Information waa sent to Carrlngton, who was on his way to Elands
River. Ian Hamilton, who reached
Riisti'iibiii'g yesterday, reported hearing heavy tiring in the direction of
Blandfl Hiver. Today the firing seems
more distant whioh looks as if the
Elands Hiver garrison had been relieved and was retiring towards Seerust."
TO   ERECT   A  GHAPEL.
Roy.il Family of Italy Will treet a Chapel
Where Khifl Humbert Was Killed.
ltomc, Aug. li. ��� The City Council of
.Monsea has ceded the plot of ground,
including tin1 spot where King Humbert was assassinated, to the Royal
Family, who will erect a chapel there.
Queen Margheritn lias composed a
lender prayer in memory of her husband and has obtained permission
from the Archbishop of Cremona to
circulate it. among the faithful. King
Victor Knintanui'l and Queen llclenc
will arrive iii Rome Wednesday. The
remains of King Humbert will leave
Monsea the same day. reaching this
cilv at ti a. in.
ON THE TRAIL
Colorado Sheriff Pursuing Train Robbers Who
Held Up IL l'. Train.
Denver, Aug, 7. A dozen detectives
ami a posse under command of Sheriff
Freeman are scouring the country in
the neighborhood nl Hugo, Colorado,
in search of two men who robbed a
number of passengers mi the Union
Pacific westbound express early Sunday morning and killed William -I.
Kay, ot Anaheim, Csl., who resisted
them. The robbers escaped on Iwo
horses, whieli they bad hitched near
by. The olllcers lost Hie trail last
night and hoped to recover it, today.
A reward of Sin.noo each for their capture tlead or alive has been offered,
KRUGER WOULD SURRENDER.
Pretoria, Aug. T. It is stated positively that Kruger is willing and anxious to Surrender provided a satisfactory promise is made as to his ultimate destination.
FIRE AT YELLOWSTONE.
Helena, Montana, Aug. 7. ���it is reported that a forest lire is sweeping
ihe magnificent timber between thc
upper geyser basin ami Ihe lake in the
Yellowstone National Park, Tlie lire
started Friday and was soon beyond
control. BesldoB the Irreparable loss
to the park, many hotel buildings are
threatened with destruction.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
London, Aug. 8,���A special despatch
from Pretoria, dated August .1th, says :
"General Lord Kitchener has narrowed tlie circle around Dewet and Steyn
by driving out the enemy from one of
tlm Hank positions which he held."
London, Aug, 7.���Tho Times this
morning praises Camilla's decision
nni lo receive any more destitute !__���
migrants, In view of Ihe spread of
anarchy it recommends a similar
course of action to the United  States.
Lanark, Out., Aug. 7���The Congregational Church here was damaged to
the extent of 12500 by lightning yesterday afternoon.
THE DETAILS
ARE MEAGRE
But  Brief Accounts  of the
Battle of Pletsang on
Sunday.
(BV ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London. Aug. 7.���The special despatch of the Associated 1'ress from
Tien Tsin dated Sunday, is the only
message which has been got through
from Tien Tsin since the battle al
I'ielsang. Various Tien Tsin despatches, of earlier dates allude to re-
connoitering encounters with the Chinese preparatory to a general attack
on the Chinese positions, which are
live miles long. Thc reconnaissances
have developed that the Chinese
are in greater strength than was expected ami the Allies, according to a
news agency despatch from Tien Tsin.
dated Aug. 2nd, were each day pushing nearer to the Chinese positions.
The Russians, who have been lighting around Tasi Chow weir reported
in a despatch from Shanghai, tlatetl
Aug. (ith. to have killed 3000 Chinese,
The Tao Tai of New Chwang has refused the Russians demand to give up
tbe forts there. A despatch from Hong
Kong under today's date says trade
with the West river is at a standstill.
It is now fully confirmed that a fourth
brigade of Indian troops has been
ordered to China.
FROM CONGER.
New York. Aug. 7. ��� The Journal
and Advertiser prints, under a Shanghai even date, a copyrighted despatch
purporting to give the wording of a
message from Minister Conger received by Colonel Meade of the
Marine Corps, from  a native  runner.
It reads: "Hell) at once, if at all.
Besieged in Hritish Legation. No
government in l'ekin except military
chiefs, who are determined on the destruction of foreigners.''
Though the message is undated it is
believed to have left l'ekin within a
few days, as its reference to the military chiefs being the only (Iovernment tallies with the late reports of
thc ascendency of Li Ping Heiig and
Prince Tuan ami Iheir slaughter of
two pro-foreign members of the Tsung
l.i Yanicn.
ALLIES' LOSS HEAVY.
New York, Aug. 7.���The World's
correspondent, Frederick Palmer, cables Ihe following from Che Foo, ami
it is printed under a copyright head
in anearly afternoon edition:
"The Chinese works at, I'ielsang
have been captured by the Allies
and the lirst battle on the way to l'ekin won. The foreign troops are now
in possession of the Chinese trenches.
There was fierce fighting, A strung
force of Americans participated, li
consisted of the Ninth ami Fourteenth
Regiments of Infantry, Rlelly's battery and the marines, They won a
great victory. Tlie attack was made
at daylight Bunday, Tlie Chinese occupied a strong position. They had
deep trenches, heavy breastworks   and
loopholed houses, The Allies advanced ill the face of ll hot lire, for seven
hours tlie Chinese made a most stubborn resistance. The foreign troops
rushed the position and the Chinese
were swept from the trenches. The
losses of tlie Allies   were very   heavy,
WERE THE RUSSIANS BARBAROUS.
San Francisco, Aug. 7. ���A story of
Russian brutality in China is told by
Mrs. Drew, wife of the liritish Commissioner of Customs at Tien Tsin.
who arrived from the Orient on thc
transport Logan.     She savs: "During
the-bombardment we lived most of
the time in the cellar of our house.
Our house was partially wrecked by
big shells. Sleep was mil of the i|iics-
tion most, of the time, and so unstrung
were we thai little fund satisfied us.
There was ever present the haunting
fear of the Chinese triumphing anil
slaughtering every foreigner. Some,
probably all. of the women were
prepared to aet iu case the Chinese effected an entrain e. bul II appears the
allied oHicers also were prepared lo
aOt   in    case    the     Chinese     effected
an   entrance,     i  did   nut   know!
"t the time but I learned
later that ton to twenty men hail
been detailed to kill all the foreign
women In ease the Chinese were the
victors."
Mrs. Drew, with much indignation,
then spoke of Ihe atrocities committed
by Russian troops. "They pillaged,
looted, tortured and murdered right
ami left. There were many infants and
children killed by bayonet thrusts and
many were tossed from bayonet points
only to be caught and tossed again.
There is ample evidence of these unspeakable occurrences. Out from Tien
Tsin iilong the Pei Uo and Fellow
Rivers, are numerous little villages
which the Russians swept through destroying life anil property. The Russians also drove women and children
into the Pei II., and Yellow Rivers,
where they were drowned. There was
no attempt at concealing any of the
barbarous conduct. I do not pretend
to say how many women and children
were butchered by the Russians. I
never heard the exact number estimated, save that n great many had
been bayoneted and some shot."
MESSAGE FROM CHAFEE.
Washington, D. ('., Aug. 7���The
War Ollice has received the following
cablegram from Ueneral Chafee;" Che
Foo, Aug. 7 Adjutant (leneral,Washington. Tien Tsin, 3rd. Conference
today decided upon a battle on Sunday'. The Chinese are euforclicked east
and west through I'letsang. The rest
of the Chinese are protected by
Hooded ground practically unassailable. The Japanese, Knglish,
and American Forces, about 10,000
strung, will attack the Chinese right
west of the river on the Hank. The
other forces. Russian ami French,
about 4000 strong, were on tile opposite side between the river und Ihe
railroad. The Chinese position is apparently strong.   (Signed)
CIIAFKE.
NO DOUBT OF BATTLE.
Washington. Aug. 7. - The despatch
of (leneral chafee written before the
battle of Sunday confirms the despatch
received at the Navy Department yesterday and alra  the  press  despatches
received today Coi ning the  attack
on the Chinese al Peitsang, Ueneral
Chafee's despatch, dated Friday, was
nol sent from Che Foo until today, au
inexplicable delay.
The most Interesting feature of the
despatch is the Information regarding
the position of the Chinese Army ami
the fact that the advance upon l'ekin
is made by two columns, one on each
side of the Pel River, it is evident
thai a thorough reconnaissance of tho
Chinese position had been made and
that the International column did not
blunder upon an entrenched position
of tho enemy,
According in the War Department
map the town of Peitsang covers both
sides of thc river, but the main portion of it is un the lofl side of It,
where the Japanese, Knglish and
Americans forces had arranged, according to General Chaffee's dispatch,
to attack the enemy iu Bank.
The Chinese position  nu  the other
side of the river was partially protected by flooded ground and practically
unassailable for that reason. The Russian and French furies Here to attack
the enemy's left on the right bank of
the river between the river and rail-
it tad.
lie al     Chafee's     despatch    also
shows tbat the present objective point
of the column is Yang Tsan, a town
fifteen miles hev,,mi pelt Tseng,
once In possession of the point,
the International forces would
have both the railroad ami the river
in Its rear for keeping open communication with Tien Tsin. It naturally
would become the advance base from
which the operations on Pekin could
be projected.
 1     �� t<m 1 _
Paris, Aug. 0.���The French Consul
al (hung   King   telegraphs   that   the
situation is becoming more serious on
the upper Yang Tse Kiang. The
Knglish Consul, he savs. has left
with the custom lluuse staff and the
French Cunsul Intends to leave wilh
his Japanese colleagues. The miiij
service has been stopped.
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TOp.arvn   Tlai...   MiTipr'  uthe member f<n' Nelson cannot
rttJlSU-l      Udilly     IVllUtl   ,.������������.��������� lliu.���t|0n ttt the   Capital   lu
the one   way  usually  expected   of  a
V>. 3. BEATON, Editor and  Manager , ..    . ____���,_,
rcprescntiitivc.be seems not less determined than capable of titling it in air
oilier. If he cannot shine in the
House he can at least make a display
of himself on the street.
Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Tuesday  Evening,   August 7,  1900.
Economy Is Wealth
THAT FIRST VOTE.
Our local morning contemporary   is
not the   most agreeable of   neighbors.
It   has   lapsus  of   g
generally it   is  in
nmi   nature,  bul
the snarling and
sneering
���1, and always it Is vulgar.
This is a disposition   Inherent in   itself, although   to a  considerable extent no doubt  it  has been cultivated
to put  itself   In complete  sympathy
with its leading friends and admirers.
Thc average reader would scarcely detect any evidence of  mental or   physical pain   in The   Miner's   relation   of
the circumstances connected with Mr. |
Houston's   lirst   vote   in   the   House.
There wan   naturally   a   curiosity   to
know   where   the   singularly   refined
and   highly   accomplished     representative   of   the   Nelsou   Riding would
land himself In the final  sorting up of
parties, liisconatitutents were denied
even a  reasonable   opportunity  for a
guess  during  the  campaign, and as
they   desired to   know in   what   light
they   were   being presented    at    Victoria The Miner conceived   it to   be a
public duty to give the   particulars of
the   first   division,     These  disclosed
the more or less interesting   fact that
the   member   for   Nelson hail   ranged
himself under the banner of Mr. Martin,   in   ',|.|',,-it t r,   tt, tbe Dunsmuir
Government.
There is a nearer   approach   to, the
truth in saying that  The   Miner  experienced   a   sense   of   pain   when   it
"learned that the electors  of   Nelson
had declared that Mr. Houston should
represent their Riding at Victoria.''
We wonld frankly confess to the  pain
if it were necessary; but it is not, for
the reason that our contemporary has
smelled it out and exposed it. uud for
the other  reason   that   no   pains   bad
ever been taken   to   conceal   it.    Thc
Miner did not believe tbat Mr.    Houston would make a creditable representative in the Legislature,   antl   as its
character and reputation und fortunes
are bound up with those of the   electors it could not but regret   thnt   such
mistaken judgment bad   been   shown I
in the selection.   There  were   no  extravagant expressions of   this   regret,
but no doubt it   was   apparent.    And
it has not   sensibly   moderated   since
the   result   of   the   election    became
known; iu fact,   It  has  Increased   in
intensity with   the   fuller   conviction
that the worst possible choice bad been
made.    It is finding comfort.however.
in the lielief into which it is persuail-
Itsi'lf, that the time   is   fast   coming
when tha better opinion of the com
miinity will be entirely with it.
The person who has been left iu
harge of our morning contemporary
during tbe temporary absence of its
responsible editor has a good deal yet
to learn of his trade if he tines not
know that The Miner's course in re
sped to Dr, Hall and his candidature
was entirely legitimate.
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We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of Ml the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used in the Kootenay
Just Received���Oarload
Dominion Ale ano  Pouter
(Ib pints and quarts)
Dominion White  Label  Ale
Oil
This is the finest Ale li
Dominion  Bulk  Ale
ewed in Canaca.
(pints and quarts)
t_  13-galltm  kegs)
offer   good   for   a
short   time   only.
J-FThis
Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
H. J. EVANS & CO.
Positively the finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
If You Smoke
Smoke  thc
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADE.
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THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MARKS TIIK BEST
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Is still tlie best
NELSON.  11. C,
MtWSMHH!
NKUSON, B. ('.
LIME
If tiler�� is carelessness in any quarter in burning waste paper and other
rubbish that unavoidably collects
aisiut Inhabited premises, tlie Counoil
ii wise In ordering it  removed nnder
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelson Coke anfl Gas Go.,Ltft.
Baker Street.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ��*. C.
Q   r-r     ___________________    y-   ft
Branch Markets iu Ro_ sland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will hsve careful o-A oromot attention.
proper superv
���ion, init there may nol
be so much tenon in charging twi
dollar- a inontli tor ciuli service. I.ilu
the ordinary scavenging, there is very
little In tl" '"I "1,l".v 00*c*' ,""' ""'
charge is often excessive when measured bj   the   service   pelf..lined'.    Still
more excessive  when  1 ipared   with
that performed for the larger estab-
lUhmenU. There is manifest injustice in making a straight raU and applying it i" all cases. And in some
pinccs nf business and with many
households there "ill be s sense of
hardship mi being compelled to pay
a tax fur disposing of a little rubbish
that riicli c.nl.I easily lake care of for
It-elf.	
Several days after voting want nf
confidence in the Government, Mr.
Houston rises to say that lie is a supporter nf the Government, bul believes
that all the   members of It, With   une
aaoeptlon, arc a parcel "f politioal
shysters. 'I'his is s pretty neenrato
measure uf Mr. Houston's lutein
genos ami capabilities us a public
representative, of whose duties and
responsibilities he seems lo have do
conception whatever
K00TENAYC0FFEE CO
Our Fresh Roosted Coffee Best of
Quality, ns follows :
.luvutout Arubi-ii Mocha, perponnd 9 ''
.1 fit antl MiH'lnt 111,���nil, 3 pounds  1 00
Pins .unto-, I imiinfls  1 00
s'.inlow Hlcii'l. 5 pounds  100
Our  . p.'. iitlUl'iiil. i; pounds  100
Our ltlo [toast, tl pound*  100
A TUIAI. m: in i; miiiiiiiii.
Su.KKHOOM- :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W.  BAKER 8T.
NELSON, -        B. C
TELEPHONES
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Reduction in long distance rates.    Use the Kootenay Lake Company's Lines.
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50 Cents to Spokane and Republic.
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Cther Rates Proportionately Low.
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H.& M. BIRD
Agents tor Eureka Plineral Wool and
Asl't-sttis   Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
A three story house on Park afreet
close to linker afreet. Lower
Btory of sloue. House well
built and laid ont. All modern
convenience.. Magnificent view.
Part cash.   Price  82.5CH
Six-roomed house nud 50-foot corner on Ward street. Rented at
|25 per month.   Prioe  1.7110
lOO-foot corner Stanley nnil Gore,  1,100
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street       fiOO
Two building   lots   on   Vernon
Street  1,1100
Ranch 12 miles up the lake. 180 acres
(00cleared, UOunder cultivation) 2,000..
OtK) feet of   timber.   Buildings,   fruit
trees, etc.    Half dish and  balance easy
terms.
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Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial  Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner linker and Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
CALL ON   TH8
NELSON WINE CO.
.nni iry n imitir. n riosen, or u barrel of
CALGARY BEER si ll i- lbs bast snd
cfieapo-l un lhe itmrkrl. AI���o iry inn'
WINES, LIQUORS, sad CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.......
i i, i lionofO. Bakor8L, Nelson,li.a
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VRRNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the wtek from $5 to $f>.
Hy the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
"Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Civil   I   ������ .���>��������.   Pnovinqiai   Land  Bustvtvon*
M. ���      i    --- ti     '-_       ������.. ��� ,
Aao  (jiNinii   AttiNT*
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Turner-Boeck-  Block, Kelson-
Notary   Public,    R��l    Estate,    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$450 only for a house and lot, block
-1, Addition A.
tl.OOO only for a house and lot, Stan-
Icy Street.
$850 only for a house nud lot, Ilobson
Street.
Inside residence lots nnil house,
Vernon Street; ft bargain.
1225 (|2o cash, rest on time) will buy
lot in block 711 tblu week ; nftcrwnrus
���250.
$700 will buy honse nud lot, Front
St., near Oholdich & t'o.'s warehouse.
3150 ($50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in Bugustown, on cur line.
For Kent���House, $12.50 per month
Molly (iibson shares.
Wanted- -Tinnarac stock.
Great West
Lite Assurance Go,
nONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
II
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
Nelson,   B. C.
We  are now doing  business in
R..r. Coti.eriD Lo*
linker -Street. Nelson. B. C.
I M.
MISCELLANEOUS
���   Advertisements Insorteil under ihitiiriuUt.
lie declares In   Uio rate of one wnt a ��rort Mr li^rUon.  No
,���h. ri: ��� iiti'iii taken foi Im than M oents,
rfTrcl that he it a   support' i   ol  one
..����.oith-G ,  ,.,.. '.jsss^pflrriifrtBS
oompromtslngly  op] sl   Ui the   n    Allan, Victoria Streot,
malnlng llvt-sivlli-.    Nelson III   time   ~^   ()|| ._,,,,, jllst ��� ,.,,,��� n- 1,-ntli.
will nt to lament with much bitter      er cigar case,   Monogram J, II. II.,
���liver    Iti'witiil  $_.(/0,     Apply   Miner
De* of spirit thai   it   made the   mis-  given   nowai
take of electing a member who docs T0  LKT-Ho-M to Itt   scross tbs
aot even  know  whut  a   member   Is     ia|,e, ,tnve, nnd   partly   furnished,
I Apply O. Nowling, "akcr Street,
jujU't'.ril to be,
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next lo Nelson Motel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NKW opes.
Give us a call.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. p 0 Bo*. K and w   ,
NOTICE OF riEETlNO.
The   Highland   Milling   Company,   of
liritisli Columbia,  Limited.
In pursuance of a requisition iu
writing of Shareholders of   the   t'niii-
pany holding In the aggregate ftve-
eights (8-8) of  the whole  number of
shares of saiil Company issued, the Directors of   The   Highland
Mining Company of liritisli Columbia,
Limited, hereby convene ami call an
extraordinary general meeting   of the
shareholders of said Company,  to be
held at the ollice of the Company at
Ainsworth, liritish Columbia,OS Monday the '-'(Ith day of August. A. D.
1000, at the hour of 8 o'clock p.m.
Business: To approve a resolution
of the Directors of the Company to
dlspoM of the assets, rights, powers.
privileges, and franchise   of   the   said
Company.
To authorize the execution of all
necesHUry documents to carry out saitl
transfer.
Dated at Ainsworth, 11. C, thin Ith
day of August, 1000.
By Order of the Hoard of   Directors.
T. ,).  l.KNDltl'M,
Secretary.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd,
Crow's   Nest   Coal,    $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No Older enn be accepted unless
aoconit anted by cash.
Office Corner 11 nil nnd linker Streets.
TKI.KHHONK 88.
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
NOTICE OF MEETINQ.
The Josephine Mining Company, Limited, (Foreign).
A Bpeclal Meeting of the Josephine
Mining Oompany (foreign) will lie
held at the niiiccstif ihe Company,at the
Law unices of Maodonald St Johnson,
linker Street. Nelson, liritish Columbia, on Monday the 10th day of August, A. 1). 1900, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forenoon,
Buslnossi To authorize the sale of
the "Josephine" mineral claim lo
Ernes. R, Woakes,
To authorize the execution of all
necessary documents to carry out' snid
isle.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 4th of
August, A. D. 1000,
IIAKIIY N. CARTER,
Secretary.
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.
GEO. (JUUD
Rnom I, Tornor-Hoeckh Block.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AflENT
Hun:'   ami i :n ililiii." Lots in All Farts
of tlia Oity.
WANTKI)- flood building lots down
town for client.  Also land adjoining
city for gniilenini'.
SII.YKK KINO MIKl'l
Will pny the highest oash price for all
kinds ol second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaipeit",
oookiug utensils, bought In household
quantities. Also OBBt off clothing
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mlks, Bos MO. Hal'
Btroot, Nelson, 13. 0,
..-.Wr-1-"*���f - . .   ,-  ._    --
Nelson  Daily Miner,  Tuesday   Evening,   August 7, 1900
SUMMER   GOODS!
Until every dollar's worth of Summer Goods are cleared off our shelves and
counteis we will'continue to give the biggest bargains in these lines ever offered to the
purchasing public of this city. The bargains we have been advertising are absolutely
irenuinc In almost every case we cut the regular price in half, and the purchaser derives
the benefit thereof. Until we notify you through these columns that the sale has closed,
you may be assured of these low prices.
MARTIN O'REILLY 8 CO.
^<M^#<t>.<fe^^
CITY COUNCIL.
Again the question of thc removal
of squatters from the lake front came
hefore the Council at last night's _e_-
���lon. Government Agent John A.
Turner, has been consulted by the
special committee, auil had stilted that
he could do nothing. The Council
will ask the Government to turn over
to the city the lake front east of Ward
Street. If this results satisfactorily
then all the shore will be controlled
by the City and Canadian Pacific. The
two Corporations can then dispose of
the matter at once.
The report of Eire Chief Thompson
and Sanitary Inspector Byrnes, to the
effect that paper and similar rubbish
could be removed from the city and
burned, with a maximum charge of
92 per month he made for the service,
was put into thc form of a resolution
and carried.
On the request of Chief Thompson,
1000 feet of Paragon hose, a spanner
aud expander will he bought.
The City Clerk wus ordered to request the Lands and Works Department to deed to the city the park site
near the Ueneral Hospital, also what
remains of thc old cemetery.
The request of the school board to
the Government to have the city
schools placed uinler the control of
the city, and to give a grant for the
purpose of building a high school was
endorsed.
Bylaws to govern the weight anil
sale of bread, to regulate the duties of
public ollieials and to govern the planting of shade trees, were advanced to
the second reading.
Seattle, Aug. T.���The steamer Humboldt has arrived from the north .villi
31 passengers and $200,000In treasure.
The U lacier Hay placer strike is still
uttraoting many people to the new discoveries.
Uiijib
er..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Turner Beeton & Co.
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VICTORIA. VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
ol
Service.
Departure and Arrival Time
Trains  ami  Steamers.
Depart from                            Arrive  at
Nelsou                                  Nelson
Steamer   strives  nt Nelson
from the east, Crow's  Nest
brunch    and   intermediate
points 2._()
7.Io Traill leaves Nelson for Rossland aud intermediate
poiut_, and via Hobran for
north, Kevelstoke,the main
line and Paoiflo coust points.
7.110 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
aud via Slocun Lake route
lor north, Kevelstoko, the
main line and Pacitlo ooast
poiuts.
Trnin arrives at Nolson from
RosHlaiid  aud intermediate
points 10.85
Steamer arrives at Nelsou
from Kaslo nnd intermediate points 11.00
15.30 Trains leaves Nelsou for
Rossland, Greenwood and
Intermediate points.
1(1.00 Steamer leaveB Nelson for
Kaslo and way poiuts.
Trnin arrives at Nelson from
Rossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
aud from Revelstoke, the
main line, and Paoiflo coaBt
points IS. 45
Train nnives in Nelson from
bandon nnd intermodiato
points.and from Revelstoke,
the main line and the Paoiflo coast points 19.80
22.80 Steamer leaveB NelBon for
Crows Neat branoh and all
points east.
W. Y. ANDERSON,
Trav. Pass. Anond
NolBrn
Mill st PILOT BAY. Ymds, NKI.SON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
QUAN YUEN & CO.
Tobacco, Cigars,
And all kinds of   FKKSH   FRl'ITS,
Chinese l.y Chee, Uarnni!mla, 'lulu
Sui,   Pears,  all   kinds of Canned   Fruits,   Nuts,   etc.
K. J.COYLE,
A   O. P. Agent,
V-n<,_ii��i r
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beet or Half-niiil-lliilf only
Wholesale  Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
ri .ltoitl'K A co. Limit--���Cornor Vornon
JL and Oedar dtreots, Nolson���Manufaotnr-
ei. ot and wholesale dealors In aerotod waters
ant! fruit syrups, Bote agents for Halayon Hot
_in'in_H mineral water,  Tolophono no.
XT KLS-.N <)I>A WATk.ii FACTOIf_-
JM N. M. Cummins, Lessee���Kvery known
variety of Bote drinks. 1'onoxss. Telephone
No. 81. Hoover Street. Nelson. Uottlorsol the
famous St. l,uon Hot Springs Mineral Wolor.
ClUAltS
KOOTKNAY CIGAlt MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers of Uio Royal Soul
and Kooionuy Hollo Cigars. Factory and
ollloo, tinker street, Nolson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Hj. KVANs & CO.���Baker Street, Noi-
��� son���Wholesale iloultis in liquors, oi-
KtiM, cement. Uro brick untl lire oluy, water
[lino antl ��tocl rails, ami goaend commission
mo^ciiants.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J     A. MDONA1.II   Maililon lilock, Nelson
���    Fruits, loo ci .am,   "U. U." chocolates.
high class oo-feotkwery,  loo Cream Parlors.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BltACKMAN-KKK MILLING CO., Lin.-
Wholesale ami retail dealers in grain,
hay, Hour, feotl. Mills at Victoria, New Westminster: Ktlmonton, Alia. Klo. mors on Calgary ami Kdmonton Railway. Manufacturers
of the celebrated B. & K. brand cereals.
t-UOCl_lU_.S
A MACDONALD A Co.-Cornci- Front
. and Hall Streets-Wholesalo grocers
antl jobbers in blankets, gloves, milts, boots,
rubbers, mackinaws and minors' sundries.
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK A MACDONALD 111. Cimo, Janus
J A. Macdonald)���Architects and superintendents, Broken Hill Block, corner Bnker anil
Ward Streols, Nolson.
LUMBER
XT ELSON SAW AND PLANING Mll.L-
_IM Ollloo corner Hall and Front Streets,
.Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, and everything In wood for building purposes. Got our
prices.  Correspondence solicited.
FRESH ANU SALT MEATS
1_t   UUKNS A Co.-Bakor Street, No. on-
.    Wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured
infills.   Colli Storage
10c
Chinese Intelligence nnd Contractors,
Opposite J. Y. Griffin & Co.'b.
Front St., Nelson, B.O.
POC CHEW,
CHARLIE KOO,
Milliards.
MRS. WALTON
DRESSMAKING
In New Mini,I,'ii Block, Nelnou.iii nil
the InHf-t styles.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
1-8 inch ilium. HafiOprr !"���> feet, For
intuit .li_u> delivery in Nelsou
apply.
J. 0. T. OROFTS.
���. o. Bos ��76, Nelson. B. C
A. R. BARROW, a. m. i. o.e
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box 589. Telephone No. 05
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only Rood Beer in Nelson,
cor. Btanloyand Bllloa Streets.
ED CURRAN, Prop
WEST   KOOTKNAY    BUTCHER   CO.
Haker Street, Nelson-Wholesale deal
cm in fresh and cured meats.
Canada Permanknt and Wes-
tkrn Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head offioe toronto, ont.
Money to loau on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to U. 1- LENNOX, Bnker St.,
Nelson.
OSLER &  JVl'DOUG ALL,
Mining and Heal EBtate Agents,
Houses au- Lots on Reasonable Term..
See Our Lists.
Oflice, Victoria Street, Opposite
Phair Hotel.
HARDWARE & MINING  SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN HHOS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware CO, Ltd.) Bakor -treat,
Nelson Wholesale dealers in hardware anil
nilnlnK supplies, plumbers'and tinsmiths sup
plies.	
NKLSON    MAHDWAltK   CO.     Wholcsalf
paints, oils and RlkMI mechanics   tools.
AKOllfs fol Ontario Powder Works; tlyiiainile
LIQUORS AND DRV HOODS
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Sizo
15  CENTS
For Salo By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
E. J.SCOVIL
MINING BROKKB.      tlOTABW MIMIC
Wtndermere Mines.  Corroup ��� enosSol'dted
WINDERMERE, 6. O.
ri .UKNKIt, BEETON & Oo.. Corner Vernon
]_ and Josephine Streets, Nolson -�� ht le
salo dealers In liquors, olgars, and to goods.
Aucnts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
anil Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
HUHSON'S BAY Co. -Wholesalo grocTic.
and lhiuors etc.. Baker Street, Nelson.
ttAl.lK OKN1A WINK. CO., Limited-Corner
) Kront and Hall Streets, Nelson U hole
sale dealors In wines lease antl lmlkl, and
domestic and Imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,    PRODUCE Ss FRUITS
TY GRIFFIN 4 CO.���Corner Vernon and
,   Josephine  8treets,   Nelson - Whole-alf
dealers in provisions, curod ments, butter ami
oggu-	
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Kino Lager
Beer and Potter,
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelaon, B. C.
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I
KIPLING
AND   THE
EMPIRE
The works of Rudyard Kipling are more than a collection of brilliant
stories and stirring poems. The)' are ihe expression of British power and
British ideals. They voice the heart and conscience of the Empire on which
the sun never sets.
His complete works in   16 volumes contain 176 stories, 136 stirring
songs, 88 letters of travel, and  three immortal hooks of one volume each
all breathing of ihe Empire and the Soldiers.
THE  AUTHORIZED  EDITION.
SPECIAL  FEATURES:
Each volume bears the author's autograph and sign-token.
This is the only edition with the biography by Prof. Chas. Eliot Norton.
Decorations by Mr. Lockwood Kipling, the author's lather.
Bound m dark green English cloth.
Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
SPECIAL    OFFEH
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 $1.00 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 Office and inspect
the books and leave your application.
If you can't call, cut out this coupon,
sign, mail lo us with $1.00, and the 16
volumes will be delivered promptly.
Plain Talon From the Hills
(Including Prof, Norton's Bkrtch)
soldiers Throe; story of the Qadthyii;
In Blaok and White
I'mii'i- the   liftnlais;   Tho   Phantom
Kickshaw; Woo Willie Winkle
11, 1.111:11. 1.' il   Ulttlon;    ii.iI1.mI     nnd
liu'iiifk Itoom Ballad*
Life's llaniliiap: Being Stories ol Mine
Own People
The Nnill hka
Many [sventtOtM
The Light Thai Failed
'Hit' Junglo Hook
TllU Second .luilglo Hunk
The Seven Seas
Captains Courageous
The Day's Work
From Sea to Sea;   Vol, I
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S'.alky _ Co.
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month hereafter until thc full sum is pail. The books to remain yonr
property until paid for 111 full.
Nam _ .
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
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Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v,
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only nil rail route between
nil points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting tit Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
nnd O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with Steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at   Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily for  Republic,   and   connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
l.iHVE. Day Trnin. Amiivi;.
10.85 n.m Spokfrae 7 -.III p.m,
12:115 p. to Rossland  5:80 p.m.
0:80 a, m Nelson S.iXJ p.m.
Nielli. Train.
9:45 p.m  Spokane 7:05 8.m:
11 :i)t) p.m Rowland (S 'M a.m.
II. A. JAOKSON, G. P. &T.A.
Spokane  Waub
G. K. TAOKABTJRY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KIXIIM  OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Bakkr Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKI.80N   H. 0i
A Boarding ami Dny Bchool oondootod oy
lho BlBtera of Bt. Joseph of Pcooo, II. i-^itu-
uit'.l fttthuoornorof Mill and Jonophino struct*,
In ono of tho ben! ronldohtlal portion.! of Nol*
son, niul Ih easily aocomtbla from all parfa)
ofthooity.
Tho QOU mo Of nlndy lin-lnilrs the fundinni'n-
Inl itml lilnhor hninohoh of n llionni^h KokUhIi
pdnoation. Bmilnou oonr��o Bookkooplntf,
Btenoffrapby ami TypowrlUnn.  Solbnoe conrnc
���Hualo, vocal and  [nntmmonla|i DrawinK,
et-c.���lMnin and Art Nooillowork; (JiUiHthoniCH,
oto.
Kor tornifl an-' narllcularH apply
^niwrior.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital raid-up,    ,   .    .    mi,hr.-,0:0.mi 1  itisi si.:<mi,imm) 11
Kouni ��r 1. in-riorH:  Thomai K. Ki'iiny,  Prwldont;  Thomai Rltohlei Vloo-Prei-tdonl.
Wilt-y Bmlth, H.O. Hauld, lion. H. II. fuller, M.L.O., Hun. David MucKfcn.
Ill .nl   Ollie.', lUllAUtl
General Manager, Kdson L Peano, Montroal.
Bupertntondonl of Branohos, and Becretarr, W. ti, Torranoe. Halifax.
tnipootor, VV. Y. Brook, Halifax.
IiiNpuctor i>. M. Btowarti Montraal��
Itrniirhri. 1
EVOVM Scotia- Halifax Branch, Asttironliih, Brldgewatfr, GnysborO. Londonderry, I.tincnlmrK.
Miiii.land (Hants (;o.i, Plctou, 1'ori Rawkeninuy, Bydney, Bnubonacadlo, Truro! weytnoulh
Now isriniH.. irk -Bathunt, Dorchenter, PVedoHcton. Kinnton iKonl Co.)�� Monoton, Now-
oasUOtBaokville, Wood��took- r. v.. Iilmtd���Charlottctown. Bannnonldo, Qiiriier Montreal
(City ()iii<'��'i, Montroal, We~t Bnd (('or. Notre On mo and Bolgnonni Btn ota); Wosbnonnl (Oor.
Groonc Avenue and si. Catharine* Btroot. oninrh* Ottawa. Nowfouadlawd BU John's
tiiha, Weal iiMiirH -Havana, 1 <i Nlatea  Non. York in; Kxohanga Plaoe) Hopublie,Wnnh
HUANCfcLKH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
< orrfMimii .lrnt�� 1
Canada���Morohantfl Bank of Canada.  Boitoa- National Bhawranl Bank,  fhimgn- Amrrlra
National Hank- Mm FrincUco���Firat Nnliotml Bank. I_.ivnl.iti* i:n��. Hank of Ucolland.
Part** Prance Credit LyonnaiH. It��rmada���Bank of Bormttda, tiiinn uml Japan -UonB
1. on.', and Shanghai HankuiK ('orporat ion.
Ueneial BankltiK Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, lite, Negotiated.
Account., received 011 the most favorable terms.   Interest, allowed on Bpeclal
deposit* and on Saving Hunk account*.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
_, a. GBKKN        F. S. Or.EMKNTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Lund
Surveyor*.
P, O. Bo* Uf M��lB00, B. C.
Nelson Eujloymiii. Apncy
WANTED.
Two onukK, |46 and |66.   \VuilrenHcn
iiirl [or homework.
Hoy wiinu -Itnatlon.
J. ll. LOVE, Agt., Baker St
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; ,-it  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block, N
I
I
jprti
j
Nelson  Daily  Miner,  Tuesday Evening,  August  .,  iQop.
%nt%mmmsmnmiimwm'm%m,
"MIDSUMMER   clearing
SWeepii)g Reductions ii) A_) Liijes of pri) Goods!
will  offer  for  Salo  our  entire   Stock  of Staple and  Fancy
'ing, and comprises some of tlie n
will make it, here goes
SALE!
tineqnalletl in
our New   Fa
Wednesday  a. m., August  8th, we will offer  for  Sale  our  entire  Stock  of Staple and ,-ancv ^J^^^^^S^
Our Stock is all this season's buying, and comprises some of the newest and most fashionable goods on the market.    W e  must nave
tielson.
Goods.
im-
m
ieces
Dress Goodsa
I Maid   Dress Goods,
Sale V
regular 50c. sale 1 nee. .
'ieces all Wool Serge,   regu
lar 40c    Sale price	
ieces all Wool Poplin, regu-
*ar 75c.    Sale price 45c
25^
Pieces Covert   Cloth,   regular
75C
1 >;
Re
Sale price 45c
....
regular $1.00.    Sale price. 65c
ieces Silk and  Wool   Plaid,
regular 1.00.    Sale price.. 65c
Piques and Prints.
'iques
2J.C
ular 20C   Piques   at. . . .
25c      "        at  15c
"       30c      "        at.'  20C
"      35c and 40c Piques at. 25c
18c and 20c Striped Piques at. I2}_c
Regular 15c Prints at  HC
"       12 1-2C Prints at  9c
5C
Regular 8c Towelling at	
ioc        "       at  7c
"       12 1-2C "       at  8c
Bath Towelling at  6c
Fancy Silks.
35c Japanese Silks;   sale    price 25c
50c " " " "    35C
60c        " " " "    45^
Fancy Striped Silks for Waists, 35c,
40c, 50c and up to 1.00 per yard.
Dress Muslins.
Fancy   Dress   Muslin,   regular
20c.     Sale price 12^.0
Colored Swiss Muslin,   regular
25c.
Sal
e pn
12V.C
ioc
8c
Prints at.
"     at,
5C
24c
28c
Table Linens and Towellings.
Regular    35c    Half    Bleached
Table Linen. Sale price..
Regular    40c    Half    Bleached
Table Linen. Sale Price..
Regular    50c    Half    Bleached
Table Linen. Sale price. .
Regular   60c   Bleached   Table
Linen at	
Regular   75c    Pleached   Table
Linen at	
Regular   1.00   Bleached Table
Linen at	
35C
40c
50c
75C
Striped    Muslins,   regular 35c.
Sale price   20c
Organdie Musling, regular 40c,
45c and 50c.    Sale price...  25c
Shirt Waists.
Regular    1.00     Percale    Shirt
Waists.    Sale price   35c
Regular    1.25   and   1.50  Shirt
Waists.    Sale price   50c
Regular   1.75   and   2.00  Shirt
Waists.    Sale price 1 00
Regular   2.25   and   2.50   Shirt
Waists.    Sale jprice 1  25
Better quality Blouses at half price.
Ladles' Skirts.
AU New and Up-to-Date.
Regular 4.00 Black Serge; sale
price 2 75
Regular 4.50 Black Lustre; sale
price 3 00
Regular 5.50 Black Lustre; sale
price 4 00
SPECIAL.
4 dozen sample   Underskirts  worth
up to 1 2.QO. during sale at half price.
Ladles' Vests.
Regular IOC Vests at	
"        12 1-2C Vests at. . .
"        15c Vests at	
20c
25c
35*-"
45*-"
at.
at.
at.
at.
... 5<-'
... 8c
... ioc
12 I-2C
��� ������ 15^
. . . 20C
��� ��� ��� 30C
Parasols.
Regular   1.00  Black   Parasols;
sale   Price   50c
Regular   1.25   Black   Parasols;
sale price    95c
Regular   1.50   Black   Parasols;
sale  price 1 00
Goop quality Silk and Wool, and all
Silk Parasols worth up to 10.00, during sale at half price.
Wrappers.
Regul
ar 1.50 Yy
rappers
at. ..
. . I  00
t t
i-75
1,
nt...
..1   25
it
2.00
i<
at...
..1   25
. t
2.50
11
at...
.-i   50
l i
3'oo
it
Dress Ginghams.
2 Pieces Gingham, regular  ioc;
sale  price     7c
5 Pieces Gingham, regular I2"^c
sale price     9c
10   Pieces  Zephyr   in   Checks,
Plaids and Stripes; regular
18c and 20c; sale price... I2^c
French Ginghams in Plaids and
Stripes, regular 30c; sale-
price     ' 5C
French Gingham in Mercerized
Checks and Snipes, regular
50c; sale price   25c
Whltewear.
Ladies'   Night Gowns,   regular
1.50; sale price 95c
Ladies'   Night Gowns,  regular
1.75; sale price 1   00
Ladies'   Night   Gowns,  regular
2.00; sale price 1   25
Regular 35c Ladies Drawers for 25c
'"       40c      " "        for 30c
"      60c     " "       for 40c
"      75c     " "       for 50c
"       1.00 Chemise for  60c
"      2.50       "      at 1 50
"       3.50        "       at 2  25
"       4.00        "       at 2 50
"       5.00        "      at 3 50
7-5��        "       M 4 50
Corset Covers at 25c 35c and   up to
65c each.
Lace Curtains.
Regular 65c kind at   45c
90c    "     at    60c
"        1.00   "    at    70c
"        1.50   "    at    90c
"        1.75 and 2.00 kind at. 1   15
2.50 and 2.75    "     at   1.75
Swiss and   Battenbtirg Curtains at
less than wholesale prices.
m
m
m
m
m
W
ft MILLINERY   AT   HALF   PRIOE.
8c   COY.
Madden Block,  Baker Street,
Allan Line Bteamer
LOCAL AWD   PERSONAL,' ^\*?J^_^����t
I lodge will be held at  7:.iooclnck  to-
Numidlnn  was morrow evening.    All visiting  brothers ar irdially Invited.
I). ,1. McLnughlan. has taken the
contract for the new C. P. R. depot
In Sandon. It will bea bigger and
better building than the old one. The
passenger Btdetrack and platform will
lie on the west    side of the   building,
reported due Quebec Sunday afternoon
antl Montreal this morning.
Beaver Liny steamer Lake Cliam-
plain inward bound passetl Cape Magdalen Ptiiui 5 a, ni. August :i.
An Invitation dance will lit; held at
Lake Park Pavilion tomorrow evening.
The music will he   furnished by Mill-land the express train will land   right
at the head of the new street.
K. 11. Patterson, late of the Granite
mint', who has lieen appointed
foreman of the Highland group at
Ainsworth, leaves Nelson today to
take charge of his duties. 11. B.
Williams lias been appointed assistant
mining engineer. A shipment of
supplies from Nelson to the mine was
made yesterday. Work will be started at the mine at onee. A gang of
men are already at the mine and
others will be engaged at Ainsworth.
The head office of the company will
It-. :tl the Duncan Mines olllee in Nelson.
Hev. T. tl. Williams, 1). D., of
Montreal, accompanied by Mrs. Wil
Hams, Is expected to arrive this even
Ing from Kossland, Dr. Williams is
tho pastor of st. .lames Methodist
Church, Montreal, anil is one of tin*
most prominent clergymen of his denomination in the Dominion, lie
will deliver an address in the Methodist church in this oity on Wednesday
evening at, s p. in., antl no doubt
many will avail themselves of Ihe opportunity tn hear him. Dr. and Mrs.
Williams will be tbe guests of Mr.
ami Mis. W. VV, liter during their
May.
I.iuly Taylor and Mrs. Cummings,
both nf Toronto, who were in Nelson
yesterday afternoon and evening were
well entertained during their short
slay hero. They were met at tbe
train by representatives of the Wo-
,' men's Council ami escorted to'tbe 11 nine
1 ""' Hotel where tbey were entertained at
a dinner, After dinner they were the
guests nf honor at a reception given
at ihe residence of Mrs. Vi.
VV. Hcer on Siliea Street. During
the evening there were many callers who were presented to tho guests.
Itev, Dr, Dnvol of Winnipeg, who was
present, made an address, as did Mrs.
i..'iiiig-stini,s.    Replies were made by
I..uly Taylor und Mrs. Cummings,
who   thanked   their   hostess und   the
ward's orchestra,
Dominion I.ine Bteamer Vancouver
passed Fame Point Inward bound nt
10:30 August I and was due Quebec
Bunday noon uml Montreal this morn-
lag.
The second shipment, consisting of
outfit cars, track laying machine and
rails were sent to Proctor this morning. About Tn men accompanied the
outfit.
Ihe Trades and Labor council will
give a grand ball Wednesday evening,
Aug. lo at Fraternity Hall. Thc
musical programme will In- furnished
by Mill ward's Orchestra.
Mrs. M. .1. fisher who was taken
to the General Hospital In a serious
condition last evening was operated
upon this morning by Hr. Itose, The
patient is doing nicely.
The tug Proctor went Into service
this morning, plying between Nelson
and Proctor, handling barges to carry
the material for lite lialfour extension.    Captain Taylor is in charge.
Tenders are being called for the construction of the C. I'. II. roundhouse,
ami will be closed Sal unlay. Thc
plans were originally for seven
stalls but an addition for another
stall will be added.
The tug Columbia, which hns been
laitl up ut the shipyards at Nakusp
for repairs, resumed her regular nips
yesterday. The steamer Minto which
hns been taking her place has been
withdrawn from service.
Chief Engineer  D. Stephens
C. ami K. steamers, returned to   Nfi
son last evening after about six weekB
absence,   during which   ti    lie   lias
been overhaul ing tlie machinery of the
stem -s   Minto.   Columbia,   llllclllc-
waet, Bandon ami Slocan,
Tlie stock market is more active
this week than last A number of
Athabasca shares were sold yesterday
ut SO 1-9 cents. Other dealt, were being carried on this morning, The
prioe is still fluctuating, but It la ex- Council for the charming way In
pected that the market will become Which they had been entertained.
firm and prices advance, I ti���. visitors' left on the 10:30 boat,
The Nelson Sympohy Club will meet
ut the house of Mr. Arebliold, Baker
street, for the first practice at 8
o'clock. Tbe notice of a meeting last
night was given in error.
Phair���C. P. Thompson, Toronto'.
R. J, Work. Hamilton; II. It. Williams, Ainsworth: E. B. Cave. Winnipeg; J, C. Holden. Nine-Mile Point;
Frank Darling',  Vuncouver.
Mr. J. Vanstone, who went to the
General Hospital a sew days ago suffering from serious stomach trouble,
is improving, and it is thought no
operation will be necessary.
Mrs.   Cummings of  Toronto,   who
was   in   the   city   yesterday,   returns
from Kossland this evening   and   will
meet the Executive   of   the   Women's
Council tonight   at   the   resilience   of
[Mrs. ,1. Roderick Robertson.
Hume���Fred llayliss. Vancouver;
Harry Fisher, Montreal; G, D. Scott,
Vancouver: F. Caldwell, Alex Erick-
son, Kaslo; Lady Taylor, Toronto;
Mrs. Cummings. tMifs Cummings, E.
Bhannon, Toronto; ,l. Strathallan,
Chesaw, Wash,
The funeral of Mrs. W.    M.   Sprott,
daughter of Mr, A. Currle, who died
yesterday ut Greenwood, will take
place tomorrow ut the residence of
Mr. Currle, on Stanley Street, nt 3
o'clock. Tho friends of the family
are invited to attend the funeral anil
the services lit thc house.
Today tho mining records are as
follows:    Locutions���Aurora,   on Cot-
ton�� tl Creek, by  Thomas II.    Melo-
OChe;No, 1 Aurora, on Cottonwood
Creek, by Fred F. Melochc. Transfers���Krom Samuel Marshall to Olive
Peterson, entire interest in Smuggler
for a consideration of $300; from
William II. (Ieorge to N. E. Holmgren, three-fourths interest   in It.    II.
claim for a nominal consideration,
Certificates  of    work���On  the  (lol-
en (late, to .lames Stewart; on
thc Stranger, to N. E. Ilolmger;
on Minnie to Vi. Vi. Reech; on South
nnd North to V. 1'. Wicsciitbal; on
Hamilton to John (Ireenliill; on Manchester, Liverpool. Calgary, Belfast.
Copper Gem, to It. 9. Dodd;on Emma
to Wm.  Douglas; on My Vest to B. B.
Dnniopson It. li. to N. E. Holmgren|
on M. and M. to W. M. Ill Ley; on
Francis. Ainu, Fernwood to John Mc-
Latehic;on May   ami Jennie to A. II.
Kelly.
ATHABASCA RUN.
The return for the Athabasca mill
for.luly as follows: Period of run
_'7 days und S3 hours. (Shut down
2 1--' days during celebrution.) Tons
'of ore crushed 400,
' Value of Bullion recovered..fIS,.i30.no
" Concentrates "   ..   8,591,811
BRIEF   DISPATCHES.
Spring ohickoii and nil the delioaoi-S
nf the soasoti snrvod to yon when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel ��t Roberts'
Ranob, two and a half miles ulj tbe
river.   W. M, Roberts, proprietor.
Total values   recovered  .817,1-1.3-'
Values recovered   per ton   of
ore crushed  42.M0
In regard to the returns for the
June run the management stntes that
nfter getting the full details the figures
exceeded tbe results already published,
Tbey are ns follows:
Total values recovered 828,37(1.211
" "     per ton 511.71
Kingston, Ont., Aug 7.���The Liberal, of Erontcnue County hnve chosen
Dr. Vi. T. Sands as n cundidute at the
next genernl elections. The fight in
that county looks like a three-cornered one as thc Conservatives have nominated ll. A. Calvin uml the Patrons
D. I). Rogers, present member.
DROWNED   IN   THE   LAKE.
Richard Hutchison, a deckhand  on
the Bteamer slocan, accidentally  fell
overboard at 1:30 o'clock last evening
ami wus drowned. The steamer was
in the center of the lake on her way
from Slocan City to Kosebery. The
body has not us yet been recoverd.
His father. It. E. Hutchison, of Petite
Kochcr,   N.    II.,   was   telegraphed   to
this morning  from the  local   office.
MINE RETURNS.
The returns at the Granite mine for
June resulted ns follows: 104 tons of
ore crushed, producing 500 ounces of
bullion and 41 tons of concentrates,
with un estimated value of 81o,0oo.
At the Queen Hess mine 12(1 tons of
ore were shipped valued at SATIN).
Paris, Aug.  a���The French  police
arrested at Abbeywelle, Auguste Val-
cttc, n dangerous unnrehist, who is
supposed to hnve been   the   Instigator
of Saloon's attempt upon the shah of
Persia. Valettc left Paris Immediately after the crime. He nnd Hnlson
will be Confronted, The police tried
to discharge Solson's revolver, but not
one of the five cartridges would explode because of the way in which he
hail filed the hammer.
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT
Is envied by nil poor dyspeptics
whose stomach nnd liver nro ont of
order. All suoh should know that Dr.
King's Now Lifs Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
splendid appetite, snnnd digontian and
a regnlar bodily habit that insures
perfeot health and great energy. Only
2!) cents at C'unnihi Ding and Book
Store.
Toronto. Aug. T.���A letter has been
received here from Colonel Samuel
Hughes, datetl lllikfontein. July 38,
in which he states that he is desirous
of returning home and has asked the
general in command to relieve him,
Montreal, Aug. 7���"RedCoat," tbe
defender of the Beawanhaka Cup, won
the second race of the series of International Races oil' Beaoonsfield yestcrdny.
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 4���Thc two eld-
dest sons, Tom ami Leo, of Mr. Council Steers of the Interior Department,
were drowned on Luke Desebcnes yesterday by the capsizing of a ski if.
The hoys were out with their father
and two younger brothers wheu a
heavy thunder storm struck the water
while the party were endeavoring to
make for shore.
HE FOOLED THE   SURGEONS.
All doctors told Riuiick Hamilton, ot
West Jefferson, 0 , alter suffering  is
months from rectnl fistula, he would
die unless a costly operation was performed; but he cured himself with
five boxes of Buckleu's Arnica Salve,
the surest pile cure ou earth, and the
best sulvo iu the world. 2f> cents a
box. Sold by Canada Dnrg and Book
Company.
"BLUE RIBBON TEA 18 T)ELI0I0U8."
Cornwall. Out.. August 7.���The
heaviest thunder and rain storm on
record pasted over this vicinity about
7:.1u Inst evening.iloing immense damage to crops und outbuildings anil
other property ill Its track.
Ottawa. Aug. 7.���Th* Ottawa-Bull
fire relief fund commission will oloSO
on thc 20th of August. The fund
amounts now to 872S.OOO.
Berlin, Ont., Ang. T-An old man
named Henry Hess committed suicide
here yesterday by Inking poison.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following new. stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanlov Nelson
Thomson Stationery Co       Nolson
VSZft' ,r"K^ "oo(l Co' N clsoi
o nl Hum. Now* Stand Nelson
Intel Phatr Nows Stand       Nolnon
x,     . Y,nlr
new Denver
Hosoberry
Slocan City
Bandon
Vancouvor
Kiulo
Qrconwood
and News   Agents   on boats an_
IraiDS out of Nelson I
���gilt
best knows its value.
Hundreds suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have
prevented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed
Patenaude Bros.
Watcbmakore, Jewelers and Opticians,
 NP.LSON    B.O.
I}. Campbell
('. B\ NoIhoii
���I. Y. Delanoy
B. A. Sadiluw
Blocan Nuwii Co.
Thomson llros.
Lamont fc Young
��.*.! ��l'��
70 MEN WANTED
On track laying nmi ballasting nt
Procter. Wages si.7.-.. Board S.voo.
Ai>p).v to n, ii. M'OOY,
^  l'rocter.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
,.     . ,      ,. From Monlrenl
on. a o��� Lint applr agt for itr nam. Aug is
liiiiinnlon I.me    Mm . -   \Xtg -lit
A  nn l.lno Corinthian Aug 1��
Allan l.lno I Within  AllK -5
Beaver Uno Lake Mognntio Auk i"
"i ii ft  I.ut,. l_,k_ superior  Auk 'D
��������,.   ....     . . Krom Now ^ ork
J) li to Star Line Toutonlo	
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Allnu state UrtUurontlaii Auk 1"
_        ... Krom Boston, Musi
Ciinnnll.lnc Huxonln Aug IS
I'lmwiKCH inraiiKod tn nmi from all European
pointH.   Kor riiIo��, lltko.H mill full Information
apply to ('. P. R, depot ngent or W. K. Andor-
���on, Cily 1'naaonKor Agent, Nelson, H. C.
W. P. Y. Cl'-IMINOH,
Gonorel i uont, C.l'.U, Oflloe*, Winnipeg,
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