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Daily Edition No. 818
Nelson,   British Columbia. Thursday Evening,  August 30,  1900.
Eleventh Year
STORM
SWEPT
Manitoba and Assiniboia are
Swept by a Terrific
Storm.
Houses and Barns Destroyed
and Many Crops a Total
Loss.
(SPECIALS TO THE M1NI.II.)
Winnipeg,     Mini..    Ang.   BO,���Th
ni it given liritisli goods shall not apply
tn Canadian, <>n some of tlie articles
the differential between general ami
conventional tariffs Is considerable.
Canadian horses, for example, will
have to pay it 11111.li higher duly. Tho
duty nn goose wheat, however, will
not be changed, the two tnrill's being
tin' same in that respect. There is a
number of privileges granted in Italian ports to liritisli ships, anil ships
of other nations with which Italy has
treaties, which will not now be granted Canadian ships.
worst wind ami rain storm evor experienced in Manitoba, passed over
the western portion of the Provinco
ami Eastern Asslntbola late lasi night
causing ��n enormous loss to farmers
in tin' district, of barns, stables and
houses. Fortunately no loss of lift'is
reported but in Bevcral Instances the
occupants of houses wero badly Injured, The storm came from the west
ami (rave ample warning of its approach, Al IVhltcwood, buildings
weiv demolished, numerous trees
blown down and windows broken
The estimated damage is 910,000.
Crops were destroyed ami farmhouses,
Implements ami fences damaged,
At Blkhorn the IMpestone Creek dis-
trict Buffered severely. The Btandlng
Crops are almost a total loss, the bouse
ut Mr. Taylor was blown to pieces
uml Mr. Taylor ami wife Injured, VV.
I.mill's house   tnrni'il   is   feet   arotiml
while Mr. [.Inlay's is a wreok ami   a
granary was blown half a mile oil' the
site, It. Trace's stable in town was
Struck by lightning,
At Pilot Mound the north end ofthe
town win swept by the wind anil   the
Agricultural llall.O. Webster's stable,
Ulhb's buggy shell anil Monlen's work
simp were laid in ruins. A stock ear
.as carried several feet ami turned
over Into the ditch, .'rank Publow's
liiu- new brick residence just   outside
the town was wrecked   and   the   roof
carried half a mile.
At Miiiisomiii, A. Steinberg, a farmer, had his large barn blown down.
Button's barn and and bouse were destroyed and Moran lost bis stables and
outbuildings. Mrs. Milne was injure'I.
The town of Souris and district were
badly damaged. In the town the Sow-
Bell Sink was lifted off its foundation
uml Collapsed, The other large skating and ourllng rink, belonging to
Ihe S.iuris Kink Conipany, also suffered. The tower of the Roman Catholic Church and the front of Crawford's
brick Btore were also blown down, as
"ill ns the smoke stack of the elevators,   Carmen arriving ill town report
 ilderable damage to outbuildings,
while grain iH scattered in all directions,
Tin- roof of Vi. ,1. Wilcox's store at
Vlrden wns taken oil' and all the stock
exposed to three hours' rain. Caincr-
on'a livery stable, Henley's furniture
���tore 1111,1 other buildings were damaged; also burns and buildings in the
country,    A stable   containing eleven
horses, belonging to Mr, M. Nlohol, of
v-tdt Mountain, was struck hy lightning ami burned to the ground.   Not
line uf the horses escaped.
Have Gone
To Work
Winnipeg. Aug. 30,���An early settlement of Ihe C. I', li, Btrike is insight.
Mr. James O'Connoll, President of the
International Association of Machinists, will represent the men lis arbitrator and Mr. .1. A. M. Aiklns the
C. P. II. They will appoint the third
arbitrator, and the three will decide
the wages for whieh the men shall
work, as that is now the only matter
in dispute, Mr. O'Connoll arrived in
the city from Washington this afternoon.
Winnipeg, Aug. so.���The difficulties
between tho C. I'. 11. and the striking
trainmen were settled Ibis afternoon
when the machinists returned to work,
SUKPKISED THE NATIVES
The showing of tho British coiunibi.i Lacrosse
Team Surprised _astern Canada
Toronto. Aug. B0���The showing of
the New Westminster lacrosse team
who defeated the Shamrocks yesterday with a score of (i to '.'. on their
present trip to Eastern Canada, has
surprised the natives of Montreal and
other Eastern cities who have seen
tbeir senior lacrosse teams mowed
down by the wanderers from the wild
and woOly west. The New Westminsters have a style which is peculiarly
their own. and which is remarkably
effective and seems to give good
ground for their claim of having tin
best twelve iu the world. The Toron
tos will be in good shape for the game
at Roscdnle with the tourists on .Monday next (Labor day.)
meet, which concluded yesterday afternoon, showed some tremendously high
scores, the average being far ahead
of last year. In this match Sergeant
s. W. Ilexlcy, of the Fifth Regiment,
c. A., Victoria, won 8S, with a score
of till; Gunner Fleming', of the same
regiment, 80, with a score of OR; Sergeant Major Richardson, also of the
same regiment, won $b, with a score
I' 115. In Ihe extra series, " A." first
stage, live shots at (illi) yards, Qunner
Fleming, of ihe Fifth Regiment, Victoria, won 853,1 with a score of 2b.
A NEW
DAM NOW
The Latest Move in the City
Electric Light Matter.
TO THE IGE FIELDS.
Party of American Students Visit Kitchener
Glacier In Camp Mansfield.
Kaslo, Aug. .'III.-���(In Monday morning of Ibis week a party of students,
forming a class in connection wilh
the Chicago University, left Kaslo for
the Kitchener glacier, which lies ut
the upper part of Camp Mansfield,
At the bend of tlie party which was
composed of ten Indies and eight
gentlemen, was Professor Salisbury,
one of the greatest living authorities
on glaciers and glacial action, and a
geologist of reputation, The party is
spending n month visiting ice fields
and       studying the       rock        in
various parts       "f Western
America nnd the enterprise of
Messrs. Cockle and Papworth, of
the Kaslo Hotel, persuaded it to visit
this part of liritish Columbia. Mr.
Cockle accompanied the party np the
hills and Saw lhat every want, inwardly a_il outwardly, was supplied.
Messrs. Plowman, Bole and McCain,
iif Camp Mansfield, and ii representative of The Miner, were also along
with the party, which made an imposing   cavalcade   as   it's   string   of
Consumers are to Be Without
Service an Indefinite
Time.
in the north
the matter ti
Qovernment,
have
the
formally In
attention  <
������lit
FEARFUL PUNISHMENT.
Kind Humbert's Assassin Will sorvo Ills First
Year In Solitary Confinement.
New York, Aug. so.���A eablegram
from Milan says the sentence passed
upon Brosol, the assassin of King
Humbert, means one year of solitary
confinement in a secret cell six feet
long by three wide, dark,with a plank
for a lied, and bread und water once
every 24 hours as a diet. Absolute
silence is enforced rigorously. If he
breaks the rule he is placed in a
straight jacket, in irons or in the
" straight tied."
The year must be spent also without work, books, writing materials or
tobacco, Fow prisoners complete the
year: they either go mail or die.
Should Bresci live and retain his reason be will be plaosd at work in the
prison.
LITTLE
KNOWN
Russia Has Probably Reached
Agreement With United
States.
Montreal. Aug. 3D���The New Westminsters defeated the Shamrocks yesterday li to 2. A large crowd was at
the Montreal athletic grounds where
the match was played. W. .1. Mc-
Kenna refereed. When four games
had been played the score was even,
but the next three games went easily
to the visitors and the eighth followed
them but after stiller play. The play
was quite exciting at times. Tlie
Shamrocks were thc senior league
Champions last year.
POLITICAL  POINTERS.
MONTREAL NEWS.
'���"la Medal lo I'lro Chief.   No Protcrcnco for
Canada In Italian Tariff.
Montreal, Aug. B0.���Chief Benoll ot
"a' lire department haa received notice
''  Pwll that he as bead of the   lire
department  of   this   city    has   been
���warded a gold medal and ribbons on
" ""������   of   It   having been adjudged
lhat Montreal has one   of the best lire
departments on this continent.
Il"' Italian   Government, through
��t*a\ (leneral Siilinibergo   of   Mont-
!**������ haa just notified tho Canadian
[���'"���crnment that through the failure
"r ""' '''Wis to establish a commercial
���roaly between Canada and Ilaly. pro*
"'"'isof Canada will be subject to the
l""''.il Italian tariff instead of tho
''""''���"ti,������,i tariff, under which thoy
'"'"'''���'1 lho same us Hritish goods, It
*'"""��� the Italian Qovernmenl bus
*��to the conclusion that Canada is
." .,"" 0,e *"  footing with  regard
���""leturllTnslli
Ottawa. Aug. 30���According to the
opinion of Archie Campbell.the Liber
al M. P, for Kent. Ont., who has been
00 a holiday trip in the Maritime
Provinces for the last inontli. Messrs.
Fielding and Blalt will come back at
tho general elections with an increased following and Sir ('barb's
Tupper has lost his hold on the Maritime Provinces of the electorate.
lion. ,1. M. Gibson. Attorney (leneral of Ontario, who is attending the
I), it. A. matches here, In an interview says the prospects for the success
of the Liberals in Western Ontario are
very bright.
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���Brandon Conservatives have called a convention to
meet at Souris on September (ith for
nomination of a candidate for the
Commons.
Toronto. Aug. 30,���Mr. Howell, a
young lawyer, bus consented to run
for Kast York, in the Liberal interests
against   Vi.    V.   McLean,   the sitting
member,
Montreal, <)ne., Ang. 30.���Sir
Adolphe ennui, notwithstanding the
Liberal  reports to the contrary, will
again lie Ihe Conservative candidate
ill Three Rivers, lie was in Montreal
todny nmi said be had just returned
from a lour of the constituency,
Everywhere be was cordially received
and assured of re-election, lie had no
intention of retiring from tlle constituency,
Wilfrid
���ritaln.and any prefer-1
Montreal,    Aug.    30,���Sir
Laurier, who   was in Ihe city yesterday, left for Quebec this morning.
RIFLE MATCHES.
Ottawa, Out., Aug. B0,���The Domiu
Ion of Canada   match at   the 1). II. A
horses wound its way along tbe
mountain trail. Mi-. Mansfield had
extended the hospitality of his camp,
whioh is within a stones throw of the
glacier, to the visitors and tbey were
mode thoroughly comfortable, on
Tuesday the mountains were tackled,
the ascent to the glacier being made
from the north, where the easiest
grade was to be secured, lint i I was
a very steep climb and it took five
hours for thc party to ascend tllc
mountain sides, cross the acres of ice,
traverse the immense snow fields and
reach the Kokanee peaks. The sight
from there was marvellously beautiful, the sea of snow capped peaks
stretching hundreds of miles in every
direction, clouds hanging in tllc valleys lending a striking effect to the
universal deep blue of the mountains.
Hut it would take columns to attempt
to do justice to the scene, or in fact
the whole trip. Prof. Salisbury expressed himself as greatly pleased.
One particular variety of rock, be
said, was to be found in Camp Mansfield in more striking quantity than
anywhere else in the world. The
scenery is so magnificent that it is
strange that more Kaslo and Nelson
people do not take advantage of the
proximity of the Kitchener glacier to
visit ii. The enterprise of Messrs
Corkle ami Poplnworth should result
in securing many more such parties
as the faille ofthe country is spread
broadcast by the succeeding visitors.
The Chicago parly spends Thursday at
the Whitewater mine ami leaves for
the east on Friday,
" The ore shittes iu the Slocan mines
go down beyond the limits of practical
milling."' That is the deliberate
opinion of Prof, .1. 11. Parks of Helena. Mont., ami of Bernard McDonald, the well known expert of Kossland. The former examined the Last
Chance mine thoroughly some time
ago. while Mr. Bernard McDonald
went carefully through the Sovereign,
the Madison, the Rambler-Cariboo
and the Payne,
John linker of Tacotiin is at once to
reopen the old Ainsworth silver lead
mine, adjoining the Blue Hell, ou
Kootenay Lake, between here and
Nelson.
Manager Gcrriird. of the Hank of
B. N. A., suys that the Bisinnrk, on
the south fork of Kaslo River, about
which so much was heard recently,
continues to improve.
Some ('. I'. R, officials well! up lo
the Lardo the other dny, hut all the
ollieials of the company are mum
when asked what the visit was
for. 11 is iiupossibl
railway to
days.
Thc Oity Council has decided In get
the city's water for domestic purposes
Ironi    Lardo   .lack   Creek    instead   of
from Kaslo  River,   It will only cost
about H,3tio to elfect ihe change, und
then   the people  who nre   afraid Ihey
 v he   drinking concentrates will be
able   to   swallow    their   Adam's   tile
without n fenr.
The determination reached by the
City Council yesterday afternoon to
stop further work upon the dam lit
the electric light station was a source
of much comment throughout the city
this morning. Those hundreds of
citizens who have been without light
for two or three weeks past were
i|tiite emphatic in their expressions of
disgust with the city's lighting system
while those who have surrounded
themselves with the brillancy of gas
Illumination wore smiles apparent a
block away.
The action of the council yesterday
was taken upon the advice of City
Engineer McCulloch. lie had found
that no substantial foundation for the
construction of the dam could be gotten at the old site and advised that
test pits lie sunk nt a greater distance
up the creek, a new dam built and the
Hume extended from there to the
power house. Upon the latter part
of the suggestion the council will act
next Tuesday. In any event it will
In- several weeks before any more of
the city than is lit present being Illuminated can .secure lights and this
is what is bothering those residents
who have the electric lamps in their
homes and iu their places of business
outside of the lighted district.
"Why doesn't the city make some
arrangement with the tramway company?" said a business man to the
Miner this morning.     "They offered
sonic time ago to supply the City witli
current for lighting purposes and here
is a time,surely, when advantage could
be taken of that offer."
Investigation developed the fact
that there is already upon record at
thc city hall a resolution agreeing to
purchase, lot) horse power from the
tramway company, but became of thc
opposition of Mayor Houston to this
company none of it has been used.
This, and more power for lighting
purposes, is available, so far us the
Miner conld learn, and could probably
be secured. Capt. Duncan and Mr.
Prank W. Peters, both ollieials of the
Tramway Co. were seen by the Miner
but had very little to say.
"We have already offered the City
power for lighting purposes," said
Mr. Peters,  "and they have used none
uf it.   Arrangements  could probably
be made with our company if the City
so desired. We have the power and it
is for sale."
in the meantime the gas company is
reaping a harvest, all uf their avail-
ablo men being busy Installing gas in
Nelson residences and business places.
A DEAL !N
REAL ESTATE
New Yorker Buys a Leasehold in the City of
Nelson.
Although  the  real estate business
bits been quiet In   Nolson fur the pnst
couple of weeks, it in now becoming
more actire und one of tbe largest
dealt, tbat baa taken place for tbe past
few years  is now   being put through.
II. D. Ashoroft has Bold his property
at the northeast corner of Baker and
Uall Streets for S10,000. Tbe purchaser is J. S. Svolioda. .vbo arrived
in this city about to days ago from
Dawson City where be bat. spent the
past three yean. A few days ago Mr.
Bvoboda paii. Mr. Ashcroft SlOO for an
option on tbe property and on or before September lu, tbe balance of tlie
amount of tbe deal in to be paid over.
Mr. Bvoboda bits tbe money ready and
it will probably be paid over before
tbe option ban expired. Tlie Insurance
upon the buildings was turned over to
Mr. Bvoboda today.
Tbe property extends 120 feet north
on Hall Street and 50 feet east un
Maker Street. Tbe bulldingfl on tbe
property are Asbemft's blacksmith
sbop, (iinsbertf'H second band Store,
Maslouka's shoe store, Mcliae's r08-
taurant. Tatarieo's fruit stand ami a
vacant bouse.
Mr. Bvoboda wbo formerly lived in
New York, where bis family now are.
will in tbe future reside in Ntlson.
and tbe family, in a few dayH. will
iirriye in tbe city. Mr. Ashcroft will
continue iu business in tbe same place.
FKOA. NOME.
Li Hung Chang's Credentials
are Still  Being
Questioned,
COLDSTEIN POISONING CASE.
Toronto.   Aug.   .'in.   The  Goldstein
poisoning case promises to develop into     a    celelirated     one.       The     city
authorities are now certain that Goldstein was slowly   poisoned by having
carliolic acid placed in small quantities in his food or medicine an,I will
endeavor to prove that the object was
to obtain the Insurance "l one thousand dollars which Goldstein had in
McAbbesCo.. which was made payalile
to hia daughter and Mrs. Ilelbert, the
women   who   lived   with   him.     The
daughter was to  have  received 144*1
anu Mrs. Ilelbert the balance.
(HV ASSOCIATED 1'ltCSS.)
London, Aug.S(i���Diplomatic circles
in London appear to he satistled that
llnssia has cither sent notes to the
Powers proposing the opening of peace
negotiations or has reached an agreement with tho United States in regard
to the basis on which the Qovernment
at Washington shall take the initiative action ou the ground that the
i'nited Slates has no entanglements
like Maliehu, calculated to arouse the
suspicion of the Powers.
Mottling definite, however, seems to
lie known in London except an anxiety
to end the prevailing conditions as
speedily as possible. Though the
opinion is expressed that Russia believes that ns a preliminary to the
negotiations the allied forces should
evacuate Pekin and retire with their
resident Mi nisi ers a ml native christians
to Tien Tsin. whence they can better
treat with the most responsible
( hi.'.am'-n avallablc, it is pointed out
that though some Governments are
Inclined to recognise l.i liung-'linng's
powers, there is a feeling iu some
quarters that it would lie more satisfactory to all concerned, and would
carry more weight with the Chinese
themselves, could si une representative
Prince belonging to the reigning Dynasty he found with whuin to arrange
terms.
If. however, Ll Chang can secure
any    kind   of   credentials   from     the
Dowager   Empress   it    seems  to  lie
the opinion  that   his   authority   will
not   be ton  closely scrutinized, wx'cept
possibly by Qermany, especially if l.i
HungChang can demonstrate that he
has thc support of tllc powerful southern viceroys.
  ..   J
NEW LAW ENFORCED.
Winona, Wis., Aug. SO��� An import-
nut bankruptcy decision has lieen
tiled here by Judge Locliren, in the
case of W. 8. Trowbridge, insolvent.
The decision is to tlie effect that, under the bankruptcy  act.   i .editor
can have his claim allowed until he
surrenders to the trustee any money
nr properly he may have received from
the bankrupt within four months
prior to bankruptcy, without regard
to the creditors knowledge   or   ignor-
('.    P.   li.
made
talk Lardo
ifflelai these
Many Destitute Minors Arrive In Soatlto rrom
tin- NOW I Miil.nl,I.
Seattle, Wash., Auk. SO.���The
United .States Army transport Lawtoti
arrived last night from Nome with
220 passengers, two-thirds of whom
lire destitute miners returned at the
expense   of    the   (Iovernment.      Kev.
Sheldon Jackson, the Interior Department representative in Northern
waters, came ill on the Lawtnn bring*
Ing with him twenty-five persons employed hy the United Status in itn
Alaskan reindeer experiments. The
Laplanders   arc   hound    for   Norway.
About eighty Laplanders nowengaged
ill mining at Nome, declined to leave
th,' country,
Mr Jackson reports that the grippe,
pneumonia     and   measles   have   been
epidemic all summer among the Be-
quimanx, greatly lessening thoir numbers. The ravages extended from the
Aleutian Islands to Puinl Marrow.
The   reveiii Iter   Hear was loaded
wilh    supplies    anil   sent     In   (he relief
,,f   tlie   natives,    (leneral Kandell ami
CANADIAN GOAL.
Ottawa, (int.. Aug, 90, The Canadian Commissioners at Paris have forwarded to tlie Qovernment here a
number of inquiries from leading
Europeans as to the qnaltty anil quantity available  of  Canadian coal   for
export.    Should the price and quality
be satisfactory, it is expected that a
big export    coal    trade    wilt  SOOH   he
developed between ('a inula anil Kurope.
COL. OTTER PROMOTED.    ___
Ottawa,   Aug,   80,   Militia   orders
announce that Col, Otter ia promoted
to full colonel.
One, Isaac Deinois was found dead
III his yard in Hull this evening, pro
halily from theeffecisof heart failure
The body of an unknown man, look
Ing like au Italian  was   fished   "ill of
the  Gatlncau   River mar it-. uth
this af term	
B. C. WON AGAIN
Ottawa, Aug, I".   At the Dominion
Rifle matches today, the team -0 t
fcw    the   Walker   (up   was   won   by
ither   Army and   Government ollieials   Hritish Columbia,
illcc of the fact that his debtor
I ingcr of bankruptcy.
TO CLAIM A FORTUNE.
San Francisco, Aug, .9.���Emmett
Burdock of Uonolula, with his father,
John   Burdock  of Sacramento, Call*
fornia. has arrived on the steamer
i hiua, enroiitc   to   England, to   claim
nn   Inheritance of   11,700.000; which
Ihey have been advised is awaiting
them there. The fortune consists of
a landed estate near London ami personal    properly,   being    the     lliesler
family estate.
BRIEF LOCALS.
'there was a very obliging variation
iu the noun and I o'clock whistles today. Between the lirst and the last a
guild quarter of an hour wns given to
Come and go mi. Whistles that pru-
tenil t" give the hour and are never
right are a decided novelty.
Ihe arbitration over the right of-
nay at Five-Mile Point between .(1
Frank Beer and the C, P. It. was con-
tinned    at    Ihe    Court    lions,'   today.
Twelve penonS    pave   evidence for tlle
Railroad  Company, most of it being
technical,   Mr.   Heer had ten or twelve
witnesses in Court, There appeared
Mr. W. A. Macdonald, Q. ('.. for the
company, ami Mr, 8, B, Taylor, Q.O.,
for Mr. Heer. The in hit tutors lire
MOMI*,  W. II.  Iiiiwslng,  Ur.  Hall and
\v. ,i. tloepel.
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T ._v   FVFMHG,    AVGU&T  30,   K.OO,*
Nelson  Daily  Minek,   1iwk*m*^w��^  .__
=��� .-.   .1       TUT'    ��.Jo�� ��rlnBln_ all the Influence port
I^elSOIl    Daily    Miller 110 beM w the present member to
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noininntion.
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IBL80H    DAILY    M.NER,      IH^^^^ ���. ir_Cf\l__��Q    RlM
I lion t0 our contemporary
p. j. BEATON, Editor and Manag^L. ftsBure it that we entirely  oolnolde
NEXT YEAR.
Thc Province  is In   need   of   mors
railways,   but   it   was  not  to be ex
pected that the Dxinsinulr Government,
within a   lew  weeks of   taking office,
would have been prepared  to submit
to the Legislature a policy of railway
. development   which   il   could   reeoni
mend for adoption.   This is a subject
that requires some very  careful  eon
bidernlion    before     committing     the
country   to   the   obligations   and  re
sponslbllltles   involved   in   it.      M
Dunsmuir, however, in his short Min*
lateral experience, bus shown himself
to have ;i very complete grasp of Provincial   requirements,    und    there   is
great pleasure and satisfaction, therefore,   although   no  surprise,   In   the
Intimation   given    by   The   Victoria
Colonist, thnt next session the (iovernment will lie prepared to tnke  up t_
(ruestlon in earnest.
(inr contemporary, which. In regard
to   this mutter, may  be understood as
.peaking for Ministers, snys:   "There
is no doubt that the people of British
Columbia   expect Mr.   Dunsmuir  to
bring down during the next session of
the   Legislature  a broad and comprehensive railway policy.   The Province
needs more railways than it now has,
and if they can lie secured by discounting the future to a reasonable extent,
it   will   he   a   wise   course to provide
them,      We have very little sympathy
witli  those  people  who think a Government ought   to confine itself to the
expenditure    of    such    money   only
us     is     derived   from   taxation.       it
wonld   he    unreasonable   to   burden
the       taxpayers       of       today     will
the  whoh st  of undertakings, tin
benefit of which will enure to posterity,
Hence   wc   favor borrowing money U
expended in opening the Province and
titling it to become the  lioine   of   industrious   and   enterprising    people
Such a policy pays, and one advantage
of it is that  people  Living here  now
will derive their share   of   advantage
from it.    That   the   Federal   Govern
ment ought to cooperate with the Pro
vineial authorities in any well devised
scheme of railway   construction   will
we think be   conceded.   The manner
In its view with regard   to  Mr.   llos-
tock's superiority as a candidate; but I
we cannot share its opinion   that   the
Laurier Government will be sustained,
>r that the   electors   of   Yalo-l'aribi
are 111 the least danger of returning a]
supporter of it.
As Seen by Me ''   is the narrative
of   a smart American   woman  who is
giving her impressions and experiences
of a lirst visit to England and the continent.    It is one of Lilian Hell's most
amusing works, being a   capital book
for a wet  evening  and guaranteed to
dispel   tlie   worst   case   of   megrims.
Thc   George   Morang Co. of
are the publishers,
AN   UNSOLICITED   OPINION   OF
The y.averley Hotel
1 have traveled ever 3,500 miles in the last
four weeks, taking meals on  dining ears, at
C.P.R. hotels, on ocean steamers, at city hotels
-st and   restaurants   and   summer   resorts ��� such
4 plaees as Banff, Laggan, Vancouver, Victoria,
% San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Taeoma,
f\
*tF
*
f\
*
UKO-POB' ��0��T*��
MraM>ers!
Toronto
4_r
San Francisco, ^"^L^0Tas much satisfac- *
���   and have not in all my mp go*��        Waverley f\
-* torv value for my mone. as at tin ^
'   Hotel, at Nelson, B.C. |*-��*��� ������**$'-35
i.t-v   HAMILTON WIGLE. B.A.. *�� ��*.*>.
UFA -   HAM1p^;0 Meihoau. Church, Winnipeg,   f |
Only five dozen, and good
������ttSt
t^i.^^^^_m^^^^
BUT
Our Stock of ���
School
Supplies
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
> Nelson Business College
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
You   can   take  your
while they last for
choice
, Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
Atlantic S. 8. Lines
x_.u_vu_x Montreal
Prom Montreal
..SoptS
.Sept IS
. .Sept 1
.Bepl. tS
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heaver Linu l.ii-itunln.  ,_...
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From Now York
Wlilt�� Slur Linu Orennlc Sept. 5
White Slur Lino Toiitonlc Sept 14
Canard Line U nibriu  Sept 1
Cunard Linu Campania Sept 8
WMCh provincial ma ought to be is^1ft-ftSfc:"::::";:::_5_*.
extended Is a matter for grave oonsld* *$ ^^JBS^T.........:i8ft_
.   N.O.L. Lino Kaiser Wilhelm dor Gnwae. .Sept 4
N.G. ULino Irnhn Soptll
��� '   - ��� ~.-l<.      Sept. 1
Aiirhor Lino Ull y oi  iv_,���u Sept 8
to the majority oi   people,   A   bomiB Allan suto Line state oi N^rw^.^^.8
.,,,., ,..,,.,.,. ..ill.   it   -mi   __vnnt__*_ii   Cunard Line Ivornta Septs
must oul) iMtn   it   sonic   advantages      p^^gag armn,.CIi to anil from all Kuropean
point*.   Kor rates, tloko.H unit full information
I apply lo 0. P. It. depot iiKont or II. L. Brown
nonurnl _ i.out.. C.P.R. Otlteoti, ���Winnipeg
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept 3rd, 1900
*.���>���.���������
The proper place to acquire a thorough, working knowledge of BUSlneSS Education, which
is essential to business success, is in an institution
where competent instructors devote thc whole of
their   time   to   imparting   this   knowledge to  the
students.
The practical work of this school is already
well known to some of thc people of this thriving,
progressive city. Wc are keeping abreast of the
demands of the times, which call for first class, well
qualified Bookkeepers, Stenographers, etc.
Young men and women will find it profitable to
attend this school.  Day and Evening Classes
always in session.
Private lessons in  Penmanship, etc., may be
arranged for at  hours lo suit thc  convenience of
those unable to attend the regular classes.
t Rooms 6 and 7 Victoria Block, Josephine Street.
��Mrf^^^*V��V'V*^*l%%***V\������*>'^t*^W*^MrV��*WVV����*VVW*��
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
riMlOHI'K k CO. Limited���Corner Vornon
JL and Codar dtreulu, Nolsou���Matiufaulur-
er* of and wliolosule dealers in aerated waters
and frull syrups.   Sole UKuiit- tor ltaleyon Hot
75  CENTS.
mnl frull Hyruuri,    .tut www .-..
Springs mineral wutcr.   telephone *w.
-VT KLSON SODA WATKR FAOTORY-
_J_?N N. M. ('uintniiiri, 1-UKst.ti��� Every known
variety uf r��ufl drinks. 1' O tiox ��8. Telephone
No. :U. 1 loo vor btreet. Nelson.   UottleN of the
f iiniin.'. at. Loon Hoi Bprtngfl Minorui Water,
ARCHITECTS
C1AN1C A MACDONALD iH, Ciuio, Jiuocs
���   A. Mat donaid)   .\riiiiii-i: _ iimi guperln*
11 mii'iii", Broken Hill Block, corner Baker and
Wnrd Street*, NuWon
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers of lho Hoyal Soul
and   Kootoimy    Hollo   OlgftM.     Factory   und
ollloo, baker street, KeliOU*
oration.   The old system of out  nnd
out bonuses wi
... _..      1110  LNUMl	
I,,.,.,11,. ��_���_<____ it*,.If I Anuhor Lino Furni'HMia	
tiuullj cimimeiul lthull   Ani.hor unooitj of Koine	
that will directly i
necessitate,   .lust wlmt tlioso mlviiut-
ages ouglit tn be must for the present!
lu* regarded as an open question."
The finding ol tbe committee ap-
lininti'il tn Inquire into the circumstances under which the mllltla were
t'uilrtl out iii connection with tlmsi1
Bshery troubles on tha Fraser will
prove of general inilili. Interest: "In
Edition to the bona flde fishermen ln
Buveston  there was a  tough element
from across thc  border, whioh, aided
by certain agitators, caused a state of
Mdtement and unrest! that an organ
isi-,1 effort  wus made to prevent any
person from fishing until such time as
the Union fishermen should succeed In
arrWng at a price for fish satisfactory
,��� Uh:,���;   that  the Justices  of  the
Peace   wore of  the  opinion that hnd
the mllltla not been called out there
would have been serious disturbances
���f the peace In the  event of Japanese
commencing  to  fish, with which di.-
turbances,   had    they  occurred,   the
Provincial   police  admit  they would
have  been   unable  to cope.    On the
other  band, there  Ib conflict of ovl
dence, son
there waa no reason to apprehend
danger, while others swore thai they
believed there would be trouble In the
event of the Japanese commencing to
Bah, There Is no evidence to show
timt the Provincial Qovernment wiih
in any way connected with the calling
out of the mllltla."
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   N.st   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
enn lie (icceptcd unless
��� -..   ���_
��� VVV-MV*.UV\Vl\W.W\*.WVV��VV*AVM WI VkW V* W VIWW ���
I FRESH      EGGS      FRESH *
���������*.���.���.".
Arriving dally at _-IBKP_.T_.ICK St WILSON'S.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Ranch Kk_s.
35c Per Dozen.
������.������������������>
RE-lEriUER   THE   PLACE :
K1RKPATRICK  & WILSON.
(Burns' OKI Stand.)
I  Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and VV
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IT   J. KVA.NH & CO.-Bnkor Streot, Ncl-
I Kurd, OOIUOQt,  Hns hriek  nnd lire cluy,  Water
!. I'M"'   '-i"1   ftUt'L   rnilM, Ullll   \\ 'tin ill im.iiiu-T.Kin
I iiiurchantri.
FRUITS AM) CONPBCTIONER'V
J    A. MIH)NA1_H   Miulil.i, Block, NoUon
���  Kruitrt, lco orumii, "ti. ti." obooolatoa
I bigfi cIiihh coufoiittort'ry.   lots Uream l'nrlui-s
GRAIN, HAY AKI> CEREALS
Bhackman-k.ru milling co., Ltd.-
W'liolosulo niul retail donloi'H itt K'-'ii',
liny, t.our, food, Btilli ��t Victortu, Now Wont*
iniiiKter; Kdmonton, AUa. JfiUvalOH on Cul-
K��ry and Kdmonton lUilwivy.   Manufaolurorn
of iliu oelebrated ti. &, K. brand oereata
UB0GER1ES
Corner Baker uud Stanley StreeU
NELSON, B. C.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v.
A     .MACDONALD^ & Ca-Cornor   Front
M Ml II IN M.n     K    ...��� _.,,,_
_ V ��� and Hall blrecui���Wholftssla Krocor.
imil jolib-rri in blunkulri, kIovuk, niitlM, boot*,
rnbbtTH, niuckiiiuwi. anil nunri..' iiuiutrieH.
ReclMpjintajn_R'v.
No ordm t,... .... _..
accompanied by cash.
Olllee Coruer Hall mnl Bnker Streets.
TKLKPHONK IS.
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Boasted OofleeBottol
Quiility, ns fnlliiWB :
Java anil Anibliui Moobft, per pound 9   I')
Jam anil Mucin. Hiiiml, 3 poundn  1 U0
Kino SantOH, 4 lioundH  1 00
Sanloi Hlunil, b poiinit-....  1 00
our BpeotalBlend, ii pounds 1 %
Our Itlo ltotiHt, OpounilH  100
A iiiiii. oiini u HUI irut.
SAUBSBOOMH :
_ DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W. BAKER ST.
Nelson,
Sli_VER~KINQ MIKE
Will pay the hinheHt cash price (or all
kiurls of seoond hand kooiIb.    Will bay
in'   m ...���..,_���...  ...    or  soil  anythinn from   an anchor to a
I uoedle.     Furniture,   Btoves,   oaiperts,
Itnesses swearing that oookina ntenslls, bought In household
���.ntiiioi     Also  csBt  o��f   clothing.
B, C��
qnnutities. Also cuBt off clothing.
Oall nnd see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Btr-Ht. Nelnon. R. 0.
After .'in axlous survey ol il"' Held,
Tl,,. Rossland Miner comes to tho contusion thai there Is no local man In
jfale-Carlboo who is tit to take the
place oi Mr. Boitock as candidate In
the Government interest, It exprewei
itself, thertforp, as strongly In  favor
Canada Permanent andWks-
TERN Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head offioe toronto,  ont,
Money to loau on Strnii!lit Mortgage.
Anply to O. U LENNOX, Bakor St.,
Nelnon.
GKUGIULB CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7*8 inoli diam. $111.50 per Vi) feet,   For
immediate  delivery    in   Nelson
apply.
J, 0. T. OROFTS,
��. O. BOX 676, Nelton, B, 0
Players  WaYg   CUi
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton & Co.
Nelson, B. C.
BUY
HUME   ADDITION
LOTS.
GAMBLE  Sn  O'REILLY
I AGENTS. ,
"iBicy
The only all rail route between
;,U points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermedia e
points; connecting at Spokane With
Great Northern,   Northern  Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith Bteame
for Kaslo  and   all   Kootenay lake
^Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and con
nects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenw^yK
u^A^^AtWsjwiMWt^Yu^ j��j��m  ^*j: tSU��
t" AWKKNCK~liAUI)WAItK  CO - linker   \_\ ��_ p. m Kossland  "._ V_.
J J "
LUMBER
VT KI_M)N  SAW AM)   P1.AN1NU  Mll.l,-
l^i   oitice oorner Hull and Kront _ureet_i
.%ii ,,ii   l.nniiifi, i,'lln,,.:, tluuritiK, unit evory \K-i      .'_,     ..
ihiim in wood tor bnUduig purponea. Oei our | dreat Northern,
lirteon,   (.'orreH|Hinilunco Kollciled. ���    _   ��.
FRESU AND SALT MEATS
PUUUNd & Co.-Bakor dtroel, Nelson-
���   \\ Imlr nl,- ilealem in (roHh tnul cured
iiiouUi.   Cold SloniKO.
���\TTK_T KOOTKNAY BUTOHBR .0.-
YV linker 8(reel, NelHOU���Wholet-ilo dent
orn tu freah uii'l cured tueuu.
���   _.........OK   BAnunAnu   VV���,""l'?li    .
I_   Blreel,   Nolmm-Wliolrwilo   cl.'iilius   in   9:g(,p   ,,,
iuuiiwar., ininoi"' auppUos, sporting BOOds,   D ��"
ol' '
luini-inii" r .,, ���    .
Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
9t_Bp.ni Spokane. ����*���;
lls00p.ni Kossland "^ *
H. A. JACKSON. G. P* &T'A'
Spokane WasB
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson. B.u
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
OiHirallnfi
m��� ���.  ,    JaHHonuer train for S��ndon and wgturn,n.
sVo SSSi-lZ: w.n��"iS? anl bulk), ��d  feUM JSfe jfMA .iSSfl- ��fc KwT��
M'LAOHLAM BROS. (SucecssorH to Vn
con vor lliinlwuroCo, LUt.i Huktirritruut,
Nelnon��������� U holenulu  ili'itlorn in  hurdwaru uml
ininiiiK nUppliuH, plUR-DMl' and tliitsuiiLhr.' Htip*
I'lif-.	
NKLSON   HAUDWAHK   CO.- WholuKalo
palntH, olU and RlbHi intiohanicri' IooIh.
a^i-iii   foi Untnrio Powder Worku; dynainlle
LigiUHW AND  DRY  (HK)DS
rpUHNKK, HKKTON & Co.~Corncr Vernon
X. and .iu i I'lnii' atrooU, Nelnon���Wliclo*
BftlC dcalurn in HquorH. cluarw, and dry K��odn.
AKonlri for I'uli.'l Hrowing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calvary BNWlDgvo of Cal^Ary.
HUDSON'8 BAY Co.-Wholowile KrooerieH
aud Uqnon uto., Uakor i_trool, Nelrion.
CALIFORNIA WINK CO., Llmitod-Cornor
Kront  lutil    H:i!l :': i. ��� i   , Nd  mi     \\ hull'
Halo dualerH in  wlnot.   ����� > - ���  '���������<i  htilkl. und
-���nn i if and import-od ciK^rH
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE A FRUITS
JY. GRIFFIN k CO.-Corner Vornon and
���   JoHoptdne BtroeU, Nolnon ��� Wholesalo
dPalon. In provtBloim, curod meats, butter and
OJtgH. 	
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the foi,
lowing news stores at five cents per
| copy:
Ioiivoh   KohIo II 8 a. rn;. a'"'fvlng at B��*
loavoii Sandon st 1.16 p.m.. arrivma
atS.65p.m. TitAD. CO,
INTKRNATIONAL NAV��� * J��l/,i ,'��,��� ������
Operation on Kootenay Ug"R��f    NeU0n
Str. "International'   ����S5_V lteturniM'
_r,i^"^rVr,nw"r,ro
JXmtfjSRbwt^m
TickotBHOldtoall point* m ^��"
United _taU��.    ,���_inrt ^n intonnaUon ���"
To aacorUln rstoa ana rou u"����
ailborlSUnlojr
l Statin
HOTEL R0SSIAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the weclt from $5 to $6.
By the day Si.oo.
J, V, O'LAUGHLIN, Prop
I WANTED.
Woodchoppers,  |8.00,   Three miners (single-handed). Waltreu,  Wult*
er.  Conk (woman).
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Baker St
  Nolnon
ThoniHon Stationery Co Nolnon
Canada l>niK ficllook Co. Nelrion
Hotel Ilumo Nowh Btand Nclrton
Hotel Phair Nowh Stand Nolnon
1>. l.amiibell Ymir
C. F. NelHOii Now Denver
J. F. Itelanoy Rn.obcrry
H. A. nrwlrihaw Slocan City
Slocan Nowh Co. Sandon
ThomHon tivon. Vaneouvor
1-amOht A Young Kanlo
11. A, King fc Co. Orccnwood
and News   Agents   on boats and
trams out of Nelson
drool I
BoBEitTamviN��Mlo. ���.o.
REISTERER & c0<
Brewers of Fine LnK"*-
Heer and Potter.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Kelson, B. 0. Nelson  Dah.y  Miner,  Thursday   Eyih.in.ij,   August 30,  1900
1
A GREAT SUCCESS.
Australian  Gomody Company Pros.nl Sapho
lo a Crowded Houso.
- rue Australian Comedy Company
Whioh presented Sapho at the Opera
Howe fast night was greeted with a
Sedhonsi, and before the ourtaln
1 f.,11,.11 mi the Beeond aet they luul
ftyestoWished themselves as the
rIS Company whieh lias visited Nel-
"'iTi'-inei'the opening  of   the  Opera
The version of Sapho presented hy the
riSipany was an adaptation of Dan*
,i,.t's famous worli made especially for
Sham. While the play ifael is o
oourse broad to a certain degree the
niesentatlon lust nightoontinned mine
,f the objectionable features upon
whieh snoh Btrongly adverse orltlelsmB
were made when the piece wns presented in New York.
The work of the company was ex-
callent throughout, being even and
well balanced, the production being
characterised with a smoothness seldom seen in tlie average road company.
Miss Elliott n�� Fanny uo Grand, or
"Sapho," maintained her reputation
������ a leading womau of ability giving
_ portrayal of Hamlet's wayward
heroine that showed an accurate conception of the part. In the lighter
passages her work was charming and
in the strongly emotional scenes she
wns at all times equal to the occasion,
but new Indulging In the fatal rant
that is the stumbling block of many
emotional actresses. Mr. Alee Cochrane, as .lean Gausln, is to be coin-
mended for his able characterization
of a difficult part. He gave a manly
sud yet tender portrayal of the Impetuous lover but all through the
piece his work was marked with a
Slgnity that gave great force to the
part. Mr, Townshend as Flamont did
an excellent bit of work as did
also Miss (iiraril as Madame lleUeinii.
Mr. Herbert Jones very ably presented
the character part of I'ncle raesaire.
Tlie balance of the support was excellent and the costumes were all In Kood
taste. Miss Elliott wearing some
beautiful gowns made especially for
her in Paris.
Tonight   the   company   will present
Robertson's comedy "Caste" and this
excellent play should draw a good
house.
St. Thomas, (int.. Aug. 30.���Glen
Tyler, a Michigan lent nil railway
engineer, is in a preearious condition
Buffering from n severe Bcaldlng administered to him by Mrs. Halbert,
who alleged that Tyler was an intruder. While in an outhouse Mrs.
Halbert threw a pall of boiling water
un Tyler, terribly scalding his head,
faee, anus and body. Mrs. Halbert
has been arrested.
; r^/^���*^^^>^>*^^^���v^^*^^^^*^^^*^^>��^���^���^��^^^^v>^v^>'���v^ .
The End of
The Season
Finds   us   with  a few   pairs  of   Men's
and Women's Summer Shoes
on hand, and these we have marked down
very low. You may find your size in llie
lot if you call early.
LILLI13 BROS.
Tho Sliooists
: ��V*WVVVVV^^^^^M^^^M**���*^^���V*A/�����^*^^^^^^>V^^���^^^V^^*VVVV*?
NELSONOPERAHOUSE
BiMurj Btspni
J. E. ASKABLE, Manager.
i
NOTICE.
I>l'KSUANT to tho"Crod-tort.*Trual Doodu
Act." ami Amondlug Actri, end iho Tru*
tees' and Ejwoutora' Art., Bootinns s;i to N>
iiiflustve���
Notice li hereby Rlyot- that. 1. an adnitnlBtm-
tor of the estate of Thonma Richardson, In Iii*
lifetime of Iilectllewuet, lu tho County of
Kootenay, hotel keeper, dooetwed, have Med In
the Vancouver HeslHtry of the Buprome Court
of liritish Columbia, n declaration that tlie
_.. d estate is Itu-utftoiont for tin' payment.n
full of the dohtri and liabilities of lho Raid
Thomai RiohaitUon.
All persons harlndolairoiiagnlnRl thooRtato
of tho Bald Thomas Uiehii-dsnii, who havo not
already filed with mo full particulars of tho
mi-lie duly vorlfled* together with tho portion-
lurs of Reouritioflj if any, hold by them, are
required to do so before the lat day of October
next.
Notico Ih hereby further given that after the
I*t day of October next tbo administrator, an
trustee, will proceed to distribute tho proceeds
of tho trust efltete among the parlies entitled
thereto,having regard only to tho claims of
which ho then has notice, aud that bo wil! not
be liable for tho proceeds of 1 be trust cstato, or
nny part thereof, so distributed, to anv person
of .'. ii." i- claim ho had not notico at tho lime of
the distribution.
Notice in hereby given that n mooting of tbo
creditors of the saw Thomas Ulchardson will
he held in thu Court HOUSO at Fori Steele,
B.C., on Monday, the 21th day of September,
A D, 1900, at the hour of one o'clock In the
nfternoon.
Dated at Fort Steele, B. 0., this 18th day of
August. A.D. 1900,
J. K. ARMSTRONG,
Official Administrator.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents lor Eureka Itineral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
1-il-lliuid 10, Ulock B0, Addition
A ; -hack 16x24; poultry house
llx__; fenced lots.    Piice *   BOO
Lots 3 and I, Block 80, Vernon
Street.    Price     1800
Lots I! uml I, Hlnck :w, noxt to
corner Mill and Oedar Streets..      BOO
1-ota 1 toll, Hlnck __F. A bargain 	
Lot IK, Mock 12, Victoria St.
wost      880
l.'ts 1 to k, Block B0, oleared.   These
lots face Block III. which is reserved
for public puvp__6l by tlie (lovorn-
meut.   Cheap.    Easy terras.
FOR KENT.
A furnished house ou Observatory
Stieet, close to the  tram line, $X) per
mouth.
Four Nights Only-Commencing
Wednesday  Next  August 29th
First Appearance in Nelson of the
Australian Comedy Company
Direct from the Antipodes.
At trrrat expense this company has been organized in Australia to tour Canada
and Smith Afiiea.    Wednesday next, August 20th, will lie produced
a special adaptation of Alphonse Daudet'a famous work
"SAPHO"
MISS (IEOIUIE ELLIOT AS SAPHO.     GREATEST PLAY OF THK AUK
Th...o��v. Au_... 30t��,   ractp I Fs.,",1 Auou,.t 31rT HI*. Nltrht Out
Tho Mom Nuinliluof OoiooiIIob Lll_ll I    Tho tunny Uonioily   Ilia l.lj^lll. .in,
TO   BE   FOLLOWED   BY   A
BURLESQUE    IN   ONE   ACT   OF
SAPHO
Saturday's Piece Will Be Daly Announced.
Prices $1, ,5c nl l-
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS  OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAll
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES,   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
fa V. e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of AU the
# Portland Cement                               J
�� Fire Brick, Fire Clay
5 and Sewer Pipe   J
W D'ed in the Kootenay
Just Received���Carload
Dominion  Ale and  Porter
Dominion  White  Label  Ale
(ia pints and quarts)
_-
This is the finest Ale brewed in ('anae*.
(pints .ind quarts)
Dominion   Bulk   Ale
W.    RE1NHARD,   M. D.
OENERAL practice.
Specialty ���   Eye, Bar and Nose.
1    Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
I in  ls-gallim   l��Ts)
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Hall.   Telephone No. 44.
9, O. GREEN        Y. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
p- O. Box Ut Melftoo, B. C.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nui-iON B. C.
,.A So&rtlng anil Day School conilnctoil by
*no HiHinre of St. jomph of Peaoe. It lfl situ-
MM al Um corner of Mill anil JoHopliino streets,
11101m ol the bent residential portions of Nol-
.,.!'. ""," '" ��a��Il_ nccomiblo from all purlH
of Um city.
Tlio ,,,1,,.,. 0f R|,���,iy !,i<| 11, l ,��� tho funilamcn-
un aim hifihor branchoB of a thorough KnuliHh
'iiiii'iitloii.    HvihIiigsh   courso ���Hookkooplng,
'"."OKraphy and Typowrltlnn. Scliinco connio
~��u��lo, "Vocal and Iuslroinonlal; Drawing,
���to! *ttd Arl Noedlework; Calisthenics,
8BMrlorIn" *"' "artlculM. apply
HAMMOCKS
PRICES SI.25 TO $4.00.
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" The Absent-Minded Beggar" " A Song of the English" T
" Recessional" " The Native-Born"       &
THE  MINER
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SnltllomThroo: Btory of tlm OiiiIhIijh:
In lilnck and White
Undor the   Iic_l���rs;   Thc   Plmnloiii
Rtekahaw; Woo Willie Winkle
Dopartmcntal   Unties;    Hullitil.    nnil
Ituri'iiek Itoom I.ulliicl-
I.ifu's Handicap: Boing stories of Mine
Own People
Tho Nuul )ikn
Many I" vein ions
The Light Thnt Kuilod
Tlie Jungle Hook
The Second Jungle Honk
The Seven Sens
Captains t'onrngeous
The Day's Work
From Sen to Sen; Vol.1
Prom Sen to Sen;  Vol. II
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THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
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Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital mill-up.    ���   .   ���    *i.��Hf.,o.o.on 1 Bo wi,:m.mo.q
, ..,, ���r Director-:   ThOIUM K. Kenny,   President;   Thomas Kitchle. VicoPrusldent.
Wiley SiuiUi, 11. U. llaiild, Hon. II. 11. Puller, M.I..C. Hon. I'avid M-oKoun.
II. ail  mil" . Iliiliriix I
General Manager, Kdson 1.. Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of BTanqhes. nnd Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
liiHpector, W. P. Urock, Halifax.
Inspector 1). M. Stewart, Montreal.
Ilriitirlim 1
\nv_ Sciilln-Halifax Branch, Antlgontsli. Hridgewatcr, (liivshoro. I-indondcrry. I.uiieiilnirg.
. aitland lllar.l- Co.l, Plclou, Port Fluwkc-bury, Sydney. Slnihcnacad e I ruro, Wcyinontli
___ llruiinlrh- Hatlinrst, Dorchester, Prcdcrlcton, Kingston iKcn Co.l, Moncton, New-
..���-.lln Siickvillo WooiIstock. I*. K. lnlaml-l'harlotU'lown.SuminerHide. Unclicr-Montreal
1'itv billed Montreal. West Kml (I'or. Notre Damo and Selgiiours Streetnl; Westmoiinl (('or.
irc-ii- Avenue and st. Catbarlnee street. OalaHo-Ottawa.. Mewlba aad-BU John'i
Caba Wr>l IikIIch-Havana. Halted Mates-New York till Kxchango I'lacel Kepuhlie, W ash
BEANCHE8 IN BKITIHII COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
i i.i r..poiHl. 111. 1
Caaada-MorohantsBankofCsn-da. ii<i��i.in-Naiioniiishawiiiiit Bank. < hii-nno -Ampriwi
Vilional  Hank.   Han  _ rnnrlsro-PlrKt Nulional   Hank.    I. nn, Kllg.   Hank of   Scotland,
i*url��, . mnrc   Credit l.yonnais.   Ilcrnimla   Hank of Bermuda.   < lilna anil Japiiii   lloug
Bong BOO Shanghai Bunking Corporation.
Uenelal Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the nioHt favorable terms,    Interest allowed on special
deposits and on .SavinR Hunk accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
EVERY  DAY
-AT TIIE-
CLUBJ0TEL.
Big Schooner
Buer or Half-iiml-HiiU only
10c
ALWAYS FRESIJ_AND OOOU
The only Rood Beer in Nelson.
Cor. Stanley and Silica StrcctH.
ED CURRAN, Prop
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.
THE   WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURING   CO,
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
-(00171s ai)d  Offices io Reijt.
Apply    io    .he
islelsoi] Electric TraijiWai) Co.
Corrjer Josephine arid Veri>oi) _3_reeis.
FAMOUS
li)iperia.     Li-jiited
SERVIOK
East   and   West
First ClasH Sleepers on all trnins from
A BROW 11BA 11 A N11 Kl II I'I'KNA V I.A SIUSH
Tourist I'ai'H |iasH Mi'd'eine Hut
Sally for St. Pauli Baturdays (or
Montreal anil Boston; MnmliiyH ami
Thursdays tot Toronto. Same mm
puss Revelstoke une ilny earlier.
OONNEOTION8,
7:ln l.v Nelsun Ar lO-.ltfi
16:80 l.v Nelsun Ar I8i46
Morning train dolly for nnd fnim
Rossland, and for KevelstoVe, main
line ami Paoiflo Ooast.
Afternoon train daily for anil from
Kossliinil. and from Kevelstoke, main
Hue ami Paoiflo Coast, and daily
(except Sunday) for and from Boundary points.
7:1(0 ''v I Nelson 5 Ar W���
(Ex Sun)       1 NllHon i       (EJxSun)
For anil from Sandon, Slocan points,
Kevelstoke,   main   liue   and   Pacific
Coast.
Koiitknay Lakh Kam.o Route.
(Ex Sun)      Str Kokanee      (Ex Sun)
lli.K) l.v Nel-on Ar Ul00
Saturday to Argnnta aud return,
leaving Kaslo at 20:00k.
Kootknay Kivkk RoUTB,
Daily    Sirs Movie and Nelson     Daily
���_2-iM l.v 'Nelaon Ar 2:3t)
Oonneotfl at Kootenay landing with
Crow's Nest I.iue trains.
For rates, tickets and full information apply to Depot or City Agent,
Nelson, B. C, or
W. Y. ANDKR80N,
Tr_v. Paw.. Auort
Nell im
K. J. COVI.K.
A   O. P.  AKOr.D,
V��noon��rr
A. R. BARROW, am 1. o.E
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box 55D. Telephone No. 96
; w*
Nelson
Da.ly Miner, Thursday Iivi-.nuw, August
1QOO.
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LOCAL AND_JEBS0NAL
througli
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Twenty ears containing 200 tons ol
cumvnt rates   from     the    St.     Eugen"
mine for Chill were   shipped
Nelson  last   evening.
The Intermediate base ball team is
arranging to play another match with
tlle Rossland Stars. The game will
be played here and la to take place
shortly,
I'.. R, Purely, local representative of
Hinilstreel's left this morning for
Rossland on n business trip in connection will,   ll ,impany.     lie   will
ni urn Sunday.
Robert    Wiltner, who   has   been   in
Kelson for the past few weeks, acting
as pitcher of   the base   ball   team, resigned   his   position
Spokane this morning.
The following new   bunks have bet
added   to   the City Library.    " Am
biography  of a   Quack,1.1 by 0, Wc
Mitchell; " Redemption ol David Cor-
sun." hy ('. L.tioss; "RobertOrange,"
by J. i Hiver llubbes.
1' R, ('. Hour, the newly appointed
collector of the road tax. will start un
his iluties next Monday morning. A
mure careful canvass will be made
this year than last, ll will give an
Income of over S.ooo.
The tug Procter, which runs between
here ami Procter made an unusual
trip today, as il went to Lardo, at the
north end of Lake Kootenay, and will
return with a shipment of powder, to
be used iu work on the track between
Nelsun and Five Mile point,
Mr. Frank F. Frlsble of Detroit has
been making the Hume his headquar-
ters for several days while he has been
visiting the mining camps and towns
of this region. Mr. Frlsble Is in the
eonntry for the purpose of making
notes, securing data and procuring
photographic views of the scenery for
u series of articles to bo published in
eastern journals.
William MrN'al'b. the ('. P. 11. en
glnccr, cauglll a saliuiin trout at Slocan Lake yesterday that weighed 34 l-'J
pounds. It was caught with a troll
and tool; a considerable amount of
muscle to land. Mr. McNabb is a
brutlier-in-law of Horace Hume and
the Iish provided for the guests at the
Hume at lunch today and will also see
them through dinner,
Those interested in Nelson realty
are speculating as to Hie result of thc
auction sale of the Houston Hloek
next   Saturday   afternoon.        Several
the advancement of the work. At the
Brst of next week the third block will
he torn up and the work will lie carried on vigorously.
Mr. A. C, Fluniiuerfelt of the ISrniul
Finks smelter, writes Thu Miner as
follows: "Will you kindly grant a
few lines in your valuable columns to
correct nn Impression which   seems to
have gained credence  In your city to
the effect that our copper blast
furnace here was blown iii oue day
and "frozc-up" tlle next.        The I'al'L
are, the furnace was blown in at. 10:30
a. in. un Tuesday. '.'1st ins!., ami
from thnt time until the present writing the continued successful treating
is considerably in excess nf its estimated capacity. This fact would
slmw that the rumor is unfounded, nf
course in nn enterprise like this we
do not expect to be free from the dilli-
eullies incident to all works of this
kind, tittl we are happy to sny that
from the time tbo   water   was   turned
into the flume up to the present every
thing    is    working     entirely '"
faelorily.
Mr
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MISCELLANEOUS
Adverttiomontu inserted undo, this hoad ai
tho mtfl *>r one cent a word pov LnKorUon.  No
ailvui'llsninent. latum for lOBfl llmu 25 ouiiIh.
I'T'ltNlTHKl.   Fill!   SALK  -The   I'ol
lowing   articles  of    furniture   have
been placed iu my hands   by Mr. Cordingly  at* bis  late residence, Vernon
Street, tor private sale:   Mendelssohn j .;.
Upright Piano, (nearly new);  Singer\\mi
Cabinet Sewing Machine; new. large. 1 ""
Arm-Rocker,   chorry,   upholstered   in
silk; Lump Table. Work   Table,  (both
Ottk) ;   dak Hall Stand,   Knttaii Chair.
Refrigerator, new; Girl' Bicycle, 0ak|
Bureau   and   Washstaud,   Itaby   Carriage,   Oak Sideboard,  American Pin-
licit. Toilet Set. Infant's Chair, llroud I
and      Cake     Hoxes.    Lace     Curtail
Fcalher   Pillows,     Portieres,   Curtain |
Poles, Window Blinds, a lot of homo-
made preserves, Kitchen Utensils, ete.
1 will he ai the house, Vornon Street,
Friday,    August   sl.   and   Saturday,
September l. afternoon, from 2 to ft,
GEO, til'UD.
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Oily Hall.
Furnished rooms.  Good
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IN   BLACK   CREPONS
S6, S7.50, SIO. $15 and $20 per pattern
sal is-
FOR T1IL EXPOSITION.
City  Clerk   Strachan has  received u
communication from J, Grant Homier
son,   with  headquarters at Hamilton,
Ontario, special commissioner for the
Pan-American   Exposition which will
be held at Buffalo from May 1 to Nov.
1,    Lull.    The   letter   extended  an invitation   to  the   City Council and thr
surrounding mining district of Nelson,
to send mineral and forestry exhibits,
and have the Province well represented at the Exposition,    Mr. Henderson
has been to the Coast   asking tlie Pro
vlnclal    Qovernment     to    aid    the
Province   in carrying out the matter,
but with   very unsatisfactory results.
Ill speaking of   tlle matter this luorn-
,_0 Mr.   Strachan   said;  "The matter
will be brought before the City Council   at   an  early   date   and   1 am sure
something   will   be done.    There is a
possibility of the affair being brought
before the local   board of trade.     It is
my opinion that this  Province should
bo well represented at the Exposition,
so that capitalists  who come   from
every part of the world to attend such
events   could   see   and learn the great
resources  and   wonderful possibilities
of   the famous milling  district of this
continent.       Tin*   exhibition   of   the
mineral  products  of  this country, at
the   great  fairs  held   iu  Knglaud. is
one thing that Iirought much Knglish
capital   into  our    country,   and    tl--
same results will   undoubtedly follow
FOK   SALE      Seven-rootiieil   house,
with modern conveniences, Furnished, Rents I'm' $111 per month.
Apply Mr. Johns, Hoyal Hotel.
WANTKI) ��� Position ns housekeeper
liy Knglish widow lady with l'n lie
girl. A good homo greater consideration than salary. References oxelinii!'-
il. Addresu K. A. Elliott, Box 250,
Nelson.
IN   BLACK   POPLINS
AND   FANCY   BLACK   BROCADES
 $4,  $4.50 and
$5
WANTED���To  rent,   a   smull   house,
furnished   or   pur .ally  so,    State
terms, whieli must   be   moderate.    Apply " tl. ,S ,'' .Miner oflice.
TO RENT    New bouse on Ciiihiinalc
Slreet, hetWl-on Ward and Josephine
Streets.    Apply to It. McGregor, Carbonate Street.
FIRST   CLASS   room   nnil   hoard  in
private family, 16,60 and <<i.   Table
board ii.   Oarbonate Street,   second
house cast of Josephine,
FOK   SALK  CHEAP���Large   bouse
and HI acres opposite Nelson.    Fowl
house.     Running  water      Apply O.
Newling,  Haker Streot.
COLORED   DRESS   GOODS
IN POPLINS AND WHIPCORDS
$4, $4.50, $5
nd   $6
NAVY   AND   BLACK   SERGES
 75c,   $1    and   $1.25
local people are prepared lo bid, it   is
believed, ill the   interests   of   eastern
ir  two
capital and it is said that "i
representatives uf K.lglish capital will
be on hand.    The property is a   good
une and  is expected to   bring    a   good
price. I
A delegation from Nelson to attend
the banquet to be held at (band
Forks this evening in honor of the
blowing in of the Minor-Graves smelter of that place, left for Grand Forks
nt 3.30 this afternoou. The party con*
tii-tcd of Acting Mayor Irvine. Aldermen Hall. Morrison, Arthur, Cily Engineer MeCulloch, City Solicitor Wilson and C, I'. K. utlieials Capl. Troup,
Peters.  Lutclius.
A force uf   men   were   put   to work
ihis  morning uinler Foreman MoDon
aid to lay a sewer un Carbonate Street
between   Stanley and  Kootenay.    An
other   force   was   put   to   work  thi:
afternoon tu lay a  pipe in the lane uf
block  Nu. 38 Ironi Cedar   street tu the
east   city limits.     When   the   work is
completed all   the   sewer   pipe laying
authorized   by the Council up to  date
will have been completed.
Play was resumed yesterday al the
Tennis Cluh ' ,,,,-ts in the fall tournament. In th" Mixed Doubles Mr.
Haines and Miss 1. Hedley .1,���l.iiteil
Mr. Crlckmtl} and Miss Hedley. Mr.
Macrae and Mrs. Pollock defeated defeated Mi. Harrow and Mrs. Stewart.
n*3, 7-5.    In the Gentlemen's   Doubles
Macrae    and     Seluus    defeated     Unities
and Thompson, U-ti, .-0, Harrow ami
Brown vs. K. T. Pollock and Draco
llcatlicoto, match unfinished, seme being set all,  Mb !i-7.
Yesterday   afternoon   at   the   residence "f her lather. John    Mount,   on
Siliea   Street,    Miss   Margaret   Eliza
Mount was married   to   Mr,    Richard
Klrkland Stevens of   Greenwood,   sun
of the late William Stevens  of   Leith.
Scotland,   Tlie wedding   was  a   very
pretty affair, being perforated in   the
presence of a few Intima e friends by
Lev.   ti. [1, Craig of Cookstown,    The
bride   wore   a   handsome   travelling
gown and the  couple   received   many
beautiful presents.    They   will   make
their Inline at  I ireetiwuud.
Although the macadamizing of linker street has been going slowly tortile
past few days Hie null, will he carried ou more actively. The block be
t ween Joseph ino anil Hall and half ol
the hluek between Josephine and Ward
Streets will   lie   pressed   by    Ihe    stealll
roller tonight. Tomorrow n thin layer "f linely crushed rock will be placed upon these blocks and Hun the macadamizing of that portion will be
completed. In order to obtain tine
ruck dust (or the completion of these
blocks the crusher has heen kept at
this work and little coarsely crushed
I'ocli was turned out,    thus   retarding
if thc Province is well represented at
the exposition held at UulTillo next
summer."
STORY OP A SLAVE.
To be hound hnnd and foot for  yenrs
hy tbo chains ot diBease   is  tho  worst
form of slavery.    George 1..   Williams
of Manchester, Mich., tells bow buoIi a
slave was made Ires, Ho says: "My
wife lias hus heon so helpless ior five
years that Hbe could not turn over in
bed alone. After using two bottles of
Electric Hittois, she is wonderfully
improved and able to do her own
work," This supremo remedy for female diseases quickly euros nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, headache, baokaohe, fainting and dizzy
spells. This miracle working nioilioino
ih a godsend to weak, sickly, rundown
people. Kvery bottle guaranteed.
Only fifl cents. Sold by Canada Drug
St Hook Store.
LUiiiber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough aud Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
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Spniif* chicken and all the dolionni.s
nf tlie snnson served to you when you
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Kancb, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. _". Roberts, proprietor.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
'BLUE RIBBON TEA 18 DELlQIOtlS."
Patenaude Bros.
Manufacturine: Jewellers and
Engravers.
We are now prepared to tiuike uny-
thlng in the line of Jewelry, such as
Kiti^s, Fins, Chains. Lockets, Seals,
"te. Send ns old jewelry and we will
remodel  or make  it up in new snd
lip-to dale styles.
We buy old gold and silver.
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
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THE BEST LIGHT!
THE SURE LIGHT!
[OOTIAY CIGAR M. CO
NKI.SON, II. C
Patenaude Bros.
Hugh R.Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Pulley Writing Oflice for the .Ftna
Fibb Insurance Company ok Haht
l.'iilin and the CONNECTICUT FlltE ll
sen.nik Company op Hahtford,
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AND  EVERY  DAY  IN  THE
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give you an estimate on the cost of putting in gas at
place of business.    Call   and   ask   questions  and   get
|B would  like  to
yonr house  or
figures.
AD1ES! You have perhaps heard the malicious report circulated by
__ certain people that plants cannot be kept where gas is used. This is
absolutely untrue, as we can prove to you at any time. Call and see our
GAS STOVES AND HEATERS.    They arc just what you need.
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NELSON"  B.C.
St. Joseph's
School
MONbYS  LOANED
Straight   Mortgage,   al   S   per   COD
Wanted- Molly Gibson Stock.
> ext term commences 8rd
September. For particulars apply to the
SR. SUPERIOR.
(leneral  Agent  for the QrtEAT \V_-_
Life Assurance Oo.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
Permanently removed by the
electric needle. 'Ihe manager
of the Chicago Electrolysis
Co., a graduate electrician, is
in Nelson for a limited space
of lime. Persons afflicted
wilh ihis blemish should not
fail to take advantage of this
opportunity of being cured.
References given. Room iS,
1 lume Hotel.
WANTED���For Snot Giuh
trnl    lots   suitable    for
Two een*
isidencll".
Nelson Coke & Gas Co. Ltd.
Office: Baker Street, Near Stanley.
^PRIVATE  SCHOOL
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BOARD  AND  ROOMS.
MKS. IIFII.I.Y. who   has   taken   over
the    homo   on    Ward   Street   jnst
above tlie Pbst Office, will  give liiiiiril
nod rooms.   Bevernl oboice rooms still
unoccupied.   Terms ruMonitble
CALL ON  THE
NELSON WINE CO
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