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 Provincial Library    599
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Daily Edition No. 802
Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday Evening,   August ti,  1900.
Tenth Year
,
THE WEEK
IN
LONDON
Events  of   Interest  in the
British Capital During
the Past Week.
(IIY AB80CIATIUD 1'HKSS.)
London, Auk. II-While people ii
the United States and Canada aro on
during severe heat vawes, the weather |
in this country has been extraordinarily cold. The thermometer registered sixty degrees and lower. The
prolonged rains and gales havo nearly
spoiled country life and sport.
LORD RUSSELL.
Baron Russell, of Killoweefl, whose
deatli uh the result of an operation
occurred yesterday morning, was one
of the most engaging and lovable personalities in English public life. His
generosity to his friends, indeed to
anybody he knew to be In difficulties,
used up, while lie was a practicing
barrister, ��20,000a year, and involved
Iii in in debt that threatened to destroy his peace of mind and injure bis
professional future, "What yon want
to do," said one ot' his friends, "is to
syndicate yourself and let a managing
director direct your practice, and tin-
anoe yonr immense money making
possibilities." This was actually
done. A eoiuinitte of friends paid oil'
his debts and received all his income.
gave him a large allowance and
brought system into his accounts
until he not only was free from debt,
but had inauy substantial investments.
AGAINST ROMANISM.
A display advertisement is running
in the daily papers. Blgned by Lords
Portsmouth, Kinnaird, Winiboriii' aud
iii-itnthoi-po. appealing to the public
for ��^0,Ono to pay the expenses of organising the electorate "So as to influence the general elect ion ami to
prevent the Episcopal Church reverting to the principles and practices of
the church of Home. Mass nnd confession, " says tin- advertisement "arc
openly advocated and forced on Protestant children in churches under the
shelter of tbe Kpiseopal veto." Seven
Parliament agents are at wiiil, and
Canvassing is going on in nearly every
constituency in Knglaud. Already
��10,000 has been subscribed.
JAPANESE MINISTER  IGNORED.
Sir Cliili Lout, the Chinese Minister
to England, was the solitary  member
of the Diplomatic Corps who did  nol.
hold alighted candle al the reipiiem
mass for King Humbert in tbe Italian
Church on Thursday, Lord Salisbury
seemed quite at home with bis torch.
The Duko of Devonshire looked thoroughly uncomfortable, perhaps having
in mind tbe severe views of Lords
Portsmouth andWtmborne. His Highness blew- out his candle too soon uml
then looked sorry.   It was noticed thai
the Chinese Minister shook hands ceremoniously wilh nil thc diplomats ox
eept the Japanese Minister. :_
villi', who were killed in a railway
wreck at Matlock Junction on July
30th, The judge decided he bad no
jurisdiction in the case and could not
try it unless ordered by ll superior
court. The matter was enlarged until the September assizes uud meanwhile efforts will be made to secure a
mandamus to allow Judge Tasehier
lo try the case. HiiLh men's bail
bonds were renewed.
THROUGH A TRESTLE.
Train   Plunocs   Through   Trestle   In   New
Brunswick-Many Injured.
St. John. N.  It..  Aug. II.���A   terrible accident occurred this morning on
the Central Railway at a place called
Sargeson's Bridge, 10 miles from Norton, Kings County. The morning
train from Chipman to Norton broke
through a trestle and plunged 71) or
so feet into the gully below. Driver
.lobn Duncan was killed. Win. Morrison the lireman, was probably fatally injured. Frank Campbell, a fireman, was very badly hurt. Conductor
Ryan was badly cut. Robert Barker,
of this city, had a log broken: Mrs.
Isaac Van B. Helperington, of Codys,
was slightly injured.but her child received terrible injuries. Scclioiiiuen
Bernard and MoBriorty were seriously
hurl.
The whole trestle collapsed. Workmen wero engaged in ,1-epairing it at
the time. Sargeson's Itridgo crosses a
deep gully and is over a hundred
yards long with a sharp curve iu the
center. The entire train, consisting
of a locomotive and tender, baggage
and passenger ears, with several
frleght and lumber cars, went through
the trestle and shattered to pieces on
the rocks below. Fortunately the passenger list was small, and well it was
so, for everyone on the train wns in-,
jured. Duncan was literally out to
pieces and l-'iroman Morrison so badly
battered anil bruised be can hardly
recover, Krank Campbell it is feared
will die. Thc Central Railway is
largely owned ill New York.
HAVE LEFT KOOMASSIE.
CONFERENCE TODAY.
Winnipeg,   Man.,   Aug. ll.���Owing
to certain arrangements not having
boon carried out by one of the C.P.R.
ollieials, the conference between the
strikers and the management w-as not
held yesterday, but will be hold today. Everyone interested was agreeable.   Mr.   Hardy and Secretary Car-
niii-bael will represent the men of thc
allied orders, and Manager Whyte.
Messrs. Oboi-iie, Ordo and Cross, the
railway company.
Fort Thorn Now Considered Ablo  to   Tako
Caro of Itsolf.
llakwni, Aug. 11,���A column of   700
men   under   Colonel   Burroughs,   has
returned    from    Koomassle,   having
reinforced and re-rationed tlie fort for
two months,   The force attacked and
destroyed three old stockades after a
desperate bayonet charge, in which
four officers and ill native soldiers
were wounded and throe killed. On
the night of August 7, Colonel Burroughs attacked an Ashanti camp near
Koomassie, surprising and bayoneting the enemy, Great numbers were
slain without a gun being Bred, A
lieutenant was killed and two men
Were wounded. Oilier flying columns
are going out, and it is believed that
the punishment inflicted will not soon
be forgotten, though several defeats
are still needed to clear the country
south of the rebels.
ADVOCATE IN TROUBLE.
Quebec, Aug. ll.���I-'. X. Cboquette
a police magistrate   of   Montreal, has
been    appointed    by    the   Attorney-
General  lo  receive complaints from
the municipal council of Ohtooutlwl
against    Mr.    Booley.     an   advocate,
charged with   unlawful  Interference
in voting on a municipal bylaw Monday authorising the oounoil  to spend
135,000     to    improve     the     principal
streets. II is alleged that ltcoloy
destroyed votes registered and escaped
with the valuation book.
fanners in the country and about so
years of age. Thc marriage was announced to take placo a couple of
weeks ago, but through the influence
of King's family, the match was
broken oil*. When the would-be bride
learned that she bad been jilted she
at once instituted au action for damages.    She herself iB a wealthy widow.
PROVINCIAL HOUSE.
No Further Railway Chartors to Bo Issuod
By Government at Presont.
Victoria. B. C, Aug. 11.���An important announcement of railway
policy was made by the Qovernment
yesterday in committee, that no further charters into Yukon will be
granted until the boundary question
is better settled. This to conserve
business for all Canadian roads and
to prevent the upbuilding of United
States towns.
The Government announced that
Judge Martin will leave shortly for
Atlin to hold Assi/.e Court on the 39th
of August.     A commission  is to be
issued to him, similar to Judge living's, to meet the troubles in the
Porcupine, resulting from re-staking,
and the conflict of the Canadian and
American systems and sizes of claims.
Mr. Houston was'out yesterday, but
not in bis place in tin- chamber. Mr.
Mellrido and a party of members go
over tomorrow to spend the day at
Steveston looking over the canning
business, and. possibly, discussing the
militia and strike. All busi ness yesterday was of a routine nature.
FRACTURED HIS WRIST.
Ooldwin Smith Moots With a serious Accident
Yesterday Afternoon.
Toronto,   Aug.   11.���Ooldwin Smith
met   with   an   unfortunate  accident
yesterday nfternoon.   Hi' was visiting
tin* Hoyal Canadian Yacht Cluh house
at the Ihland ami while ascending the
Btepfi leading to thr verandah, Bllpped
and fell, fracturing Ills left wrist. He
was carried to the club hooaa ami received medical attention from Dr.
IVpler, who happened to he present.
Afterwards he WOS conveyed in a
steam launch   to the   city and   driven
to hia home. Dr, Basseli the family
physician, was then called in and
with   ussiHtanee   of    Dr.    I'epler   thc
fracture was set. The patient, although Buffering somewhat from tlie
shoe.-, i_t resting easily.
TRAIN   ROBBED.
Express   Messenuer   Killed  and Safe Looted
Near Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, 0., Aug. li.���The passenger train ou the Pennsylvania Railroad known us "Panhandle No.  9"
due from tbo west al midnight, was
robbed lit some point between here
and t'ineinnali and Messenger Charles
I.ane, of this elty, lulled last night.
Tho robbery was not discovered until the train pulled into the station
and the messenger was found ih ad
with bis revolver, several Chambers of
which bad been emptied, lying by liis
side. The contents of the safe bad
been   Stolen,   the   keys   having   been
taken  from the  messenger after the
murder and left iu the loch. lie was
about 10 years of age.
The officials of the express give no
statement as to the probable amount
of money secured by the robbers,   but
it is understood to bo a considerable
amount. The Indications point to a
desperate and bloody fight.
RECEIVED COMMISSIONS.
(Htawa. Aug. II.���William Palmer.
Cadet Hamilton and Cadet Nirkland,
all of this city, and graduates of the
Kingston Military College, have received Commissions in the liritish
Army in India, anil leave for that
oonntry on Wednesday.
CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER.
Belleville, Aug, tl.���Wm. Ken-ami
James Mubeo of Lindsay came before
Judge Tasehier today on the charge
of mati-lttttghter, in causing, by ncgi-
genoe the death of Archibald Edmunds
of Lindsay und Samuel Hard of Belle-
ELECT OFFICERS,
Hamilton,    Ont.,    Aug.   11.���The
tlrivnil Lodge of odd Fellows have
eleoted officers as follows: Grand
Master. (I. L. Lewis, Chatham; Dep-
puty Grand, C. 0, Lyman, Brookvllle]
Grand Secretary, J, li. King,Toronto;
'!rand Treasurer. Vi. 3. McCurmai'li,
Toronto.
WINNIPEG  ITEMS.
Winnipeg. Aug. II. ��� Laurence Ron-
dean,   of   Hull,   died   yesterday   from
prostration of the heart,   lie  was SO
years old.
The bodies of Loo and Thomas
Ulcers wero found in Lake Dcsohene
today and the funeral will take   place
tomorrow.
James Ward McDonald, of Carleton
Place, will apply next session for n
divorce from his wife, Janet Mellon
abl.
HOWARD A PRISONER.
Ottawa, Aug. 11.   -Sir Alfred Milner
cables from  Capetown  thai  Captain
Howard, the famous "(lulling Gun
Howard" is n prisoner of war. Tho
general commanding says Private W.
K. Montieth, of St rathe, urn's Horse,
w;is severely wounded at Armspoort
ou August 7.
AN ANCIENT JILT.
Woodstock,   out..   Aug.   li.   ���I"1"1
s,,por McKay, barrister,  on behalf of
Mary Elstone,  has issued a wrll for
damages    for    breach  of    promise,
against George King, ��*��������   The '--_-.��� nsmed Andrew Riddle   a
plaintiff Is 74 years of age.   Her om   young , |T   w   0n
time   wooer   Is  ono of the wealthiest, printer on the  1 lan.t
PECULIAR ACCIDENT.
Chatham, tint., Aug. 11���As   an   I
o. ii. I-', excursion train was  return
lug from   Rondeau  this  morning
the train and lost a finger beneath the
wheels, lie was rendered unconscious
and regained consciousness later in
tin- morning to find himself laying ill
a railway ditch with a wounded hand
while someone unknown to him had
bandaged it. Kiddle walked six miles
to Blenheim and then came to Chatham.
AGAIN DEFEATED.
Mrs. Graven Falls ln Another Attempt to
Secure Fair Estate.
San Francisco, Aug. 11.���Mrs. Nettie (1. Craven lias again suffered defeat in her battle for the millions of
the late Senator .1. (1. Fair. A decision rendered by Judge Trout holds
that she is not the widow of Fair and
is mil entitled to any allowance from
his estate. Judge Trout declared the
pencil deeds and the alleged will, conveying to Mrs. Craven much of the late
Senator's estate,  to he a forgery.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
London, Ont,, Aug. 11 ���Mary Mc-
Farland, the Intended wife of Joseph,
sifton, was on the witness stand at
the trial of Uerald sifton and Walter
[Ierhcrt, charged with the alleged
murder of old Sifton. yesterday afternoon. Her evidence was strongly
against hoth prisoners.
Toronto, Out., Aug, Hi���The intense
heat prevailing here yesterday was
the cause of the death of .lames CuBgi-
day, one of Toronto's oldest citizens.
He was 87 years of age.
Ottawa. Ont., Aug. Hi���The Tost-
mastor General has decided to establish
throughout the cities of Canada a system of boxes for newspapers such as
are now in use for lettets.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. 10.���The Metho
dist Mission Hoard receiveil a cahh
from llant.ow,    dated    Aug.    10,    this
morning to the effect that all the Can
adian missionaries had   arrived   then
all well.   The cable la signed   by   Dr,
Hart, who   is   superintendent   of   tbe
Methodist missionaries there.
Lindsay, Ont., Aug. 11���Miss Sharp.
daughter of .las. Sharp of this place
was drowned while canoeing on the
river last night.
Toronto. Ont., Aug. 11���Geo. Sedgwick, an old barber, threw himself
into the hay this morning. He had
been drinking heavily of late.
Toronto, Out..Aug. 11--The extreme
heat continues. Tin* thermometer
has heen around 00 and 08 in many
places in thc city during the afternoon
even KM) being recorded in the Hoard
of Trade building, Some additional
factories have heen closed down ami
more will give the men a holiday if
the heat  continues next week.
Hamilton, Out., Aug. ll���Wm.
Young, a baggageman on the T, H. &
IJ. was overcome hy heat yesterday
between here and Waterford. lie was
seized while on his way to the train
dying within an hour.
lirocl-vilie. Out., Aug. 10--.1.1'.riggs
\' Son's sash and door factory was
damaged by tire last night to the extent of $2000.    The loss is covered   by
Insurance.
Kingston, (Hit., Aug. 11���Arch
Simpson wan fishing from a skill* at
Clyde Forks when a squall upset the
boat and be was drowned, lie W&fl
to have been married today, lie was
:.'I years of age.
BRIEF NEWS
FROM
CHINA
The  Censor Has  Evidently
Shut Down on Correspondents.
(BY ASSOCIATKll PRESS.)
London, Aug. 11.���The Russian
Government's permission to Minlstei
Deglers anil his stall' to leave I'ekii
uinler a Chinese guarantee, ami wliil,
the other Governments tell their .Min
isters to holdout till relieved, lsth,
subject of iinich comment in London,
where supposed Russian designs are
closely scruttnizod,
A special despatch from St. Petersburg attributes to lliissia ihe Intention to nil Manchuria with troops
and not, to let go of that territory
when the present, ebullition is over.
The Russian War Office expects tn
have 143,000 men and 342 guns in Siberia by the end of September,
Shanghai has received no news from
Tien Tsin. hut a despatch boat from
Taku Is expected at Che Foo tonight.
The total number of Allies in the
province of I'ci Chi l.i is lls.umi with
111 guns. The total by Atlg. 30th is
expected to he TS,(lllll with r.'_n guns.
THE CZAR APPROVES.
St. Petersburg, Aug, 11. -The Official Messenger announces that the
Czar's approval has heen given for M.
Deglers to start for Tien Tsin with
his entire stall' and in.' .Marine liiiards
on tin- condition that the existing
Government at Pekin ami the
Ehnperor afford them sure guarantee
that tho journey can In- undertaken
without danger. At Ihe same time
M. Deglers is instructed to call attention to thc heavy responsibility the
Chinese Government would Incur
should there lie the slightest infraction of the Inviolability of tin persons
accompanying him in Tien Tsin.
ANOTHER MESSAGE.
Washington, Aug, 11. The following despatch communicating an additional message from Mr. Conger.
was made publio this morning by the
State Department:
'���Canton, Aug. II.. The Secretary
of state. Washington, I). C. : Conger
under date of Aug. 10. Tsinane.
answering my message, says that the
Legations are uinler siege by the Imperial soldiers, The situation is
desperate. The losses of the Legations arc sixty hilled and about one
hundred   wounded,     Thhre   is  some
sickness,    nevertheless      111,-      general
health contilines good.     II nelinles
that   whatever   may   he Ihe   outcome
they    will    hold    mi   Indefinitely.
McQuade."
li is believed that the date assigned
this despatch liy the consul refers lo
the file date when ihe message left
Tsinane and docs mil li\ Ihe lime
when it left Pekin hy courier.
Chatham, Aug. 11���John O'Neill
popular conductor on the Lake Erl
Detroit River   Railway   is   lying
Rldgetown, his  home,    hovering
tween life and death as the   result
inking a dose of   oarholio   acid.
cause of tin- rash act was dcHpomh
nnd worry due to his   Horvicos   Is
temporarily   dispensed   with   by
railway oompany.
,   a
_ St
nt
hoof
The
in-v-
ng
the
St. .lobn, N. B.. Aug. II. ���A passenger train on the Central Railway
running between Norton station ou
the Intercolonial,and Chlpman, N. It.,
fell through a bridge at Sargesons.
ubout ten miles north of the former
place this morning. Engineer John
Uiiiican was instantly hilled and seven
ol hers injured, sonic seriously, oliielly
1 riiinhaiulH,
Victoria. Aug. 11. ��� News has reached the city of the wreok in the llclir-
ing Sea of thc schooner .Minnie, Cap-
lain .lacohson. The captain and crew
were suved,
FROM SHANGHAI.
London,Aug. 11. A special despatch
from Shanghai, dated Friday, Aug
in, says the British Consul General,
replying to the protests of the Chinese
merchants against the lauding of
troops, explained that this is merely a
precautionary measure due to Ihe fact
that the disturbances north aresprenn-
ing and coining daily nearer to
Shanghai, lie also says Kiang So is
already in a slate of   revolt   and   that
at Ta Tsung   there   lias   1 n   serious
rioting.
VICEROYS  PROTEST.
Washington. I). C, Aug. II Tin
Viceroys of China, including l.i Hung
chang, have addressed a request t"
the United States Government tn use
its good offices with the Powers t<>
Stop the tailing of foreign troops to
shanghai. Thc stale Department received the communication today from
Minister Wu. who received it last
night.
The document states that an agreement was made about a month ago hy
which ihe foreign Governments excr
eised the right of protection over the
('ity of Shanghai. This protci lion, il
is claimed, can he amply carried oul
without the landing nf troops,
The Viceroys stale  that   '.'il   foreign
warships are now in the harhor and
able to protect the interests of foreigners and maintain order. The
Viceroys also urge that the landing
of troopB will incite disorder.
WORD FROM REMEY.
Washington, Aug. II.���The following cablegram has heen received at
lho Navy Department from Admiral
Remey:
������('he Koo. Aug. lo.���Taku, Aug.
7lh.���(leneral Chaffee telegraphs from
lu- front, 'Vang Tsung occupied,
.'usual! ics about sixty iu my command. .Many prostrated by heat aud
fatigue.     Next move not yet   known.'
"The (leneral commanding the Knglish al the front telegraphs: 'Marched
from Pel Tsang, nine miles toward
Vang-Tsun when we formed for attack
with the Americans on the right, and
Russians on the left. After rapid advance of throe miles under a hot ride
and shell lire our troops carried the
lirst line of defence.' (Signed. I
Remey."
REPORT   FROM ROBERTS.
Buller Occupies Amespoort and Rundle Arrests
Boers at n.n 11 nmn
London, Aug. 11.���The War Office
today received tne following message
from Lord Roberts:
'���Pretoria, Aug. 10.���Johannesburg
reports that a patrol fnnn the waterworks was attacked August 7th. lllll-
ler occnpled Amespoort the evening
ol August Tth. Thc enemy retired
hefore his force about six miles
hefore Amespoort was reached. The
casualties were :.'u men wounded, Itul-
ler was on the north bank of thelteit-
spruil Aug-, '.i nu his way hack to Kr-
melo. Rundle arrested at llarrismith
Commander Morals, three Hold cornets
and thirty armed Burghers and a British subject of Natal named Maris, a
liner spy.
RUHLIN RECOVERING.
New York, Aug. II._ .Ruhlin, the
pugilist, who was knocked out in the
sixtli round by Pitsslmmons last night
at Madison Square Garden, w-as said
tnday In In- recovering from the terrible punishment of the tight. For
several hours after he received the
knockout blow, his condition was serious   and medical aid was summoned.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Montreal,   Quo.,   Aug.   11.���George
Martin.    Ihe    well    klluwil    poet,   died
here yesterday, aged Ts.
Ottawa, Aug. 11.--Charlie O'Connor
and K. Dnoust were lined 8M) or six
months Imprisonment fnr resisting the
police.
si. Petersburg, Aug. 11���It is officially announced that the Russian
li ps captured Kharhin on August It.
Seattle, Aug. 11.���Three steamers
from Cape Niiiiic arrived yesterday,
all bringing gold and a large number
,,f passengers,
SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY.
The publio schools of N'.-lsiio will
reopen at '.��� o'clock .Monday morning
after a six weeks mention. Apart
frniii the regular public sehisil work,
a full course of the tirst year's work
of the high School will he taken up.
Asa large number passed tin* out ranee
examination this year It is thought
that there will he a good class taking
the higher studies. All wishing to
take this course should attend enrly
in the session so ns to be sure of a
successful year. Only one change will
lie 'made in the stalT of teachers.
Miss Annie  Rath has   heen engaged to
take  tin-  place of Miss O'Reilly, who
has   resigned   her posit ion.     The Stall
consists of   well experienced touchers
and   a   most   sin ssful Sohool year is
expected.
in connection with the Amateur
Athletic Association now being organised, notices have hecii sent out by K.
C, iieainn. Secretary pro tern, to all
those wh,, signified their Intention of
l Omlng members,   The notices givu
the names of the proposed officers and
request attendance at a meeting   next
Tuesday night. Nelson Daily Miner,   Saturday  Evening,   August u, igoo.
l  i
Nelson Daily Miner
1). .1. BEATON, Editor and Manager
THE CASH OK BR.   M' 1N.NKS.
try? Very likely they do not, but
householders driven to despair for the
want "I domestic help could five them
n fairly good idea if tbey wore to become Banc enough uml composed
enough to Inquire.
'I'lic deposed Lieutenant-Governor
already causing Tbe Victoria Times
much anxiety of mind ; almost,indeed,
much anguish of spirit. II is thought
ho has designs agalnBt the Dominion
Government, andthathe "ill nol only
content a seat in opposition to it bul
will give Buoh aid and comfort as he
can to other opponents, whether they
be labelled Liberal or Conservative,
It is assumed thai Dr. Molnnea resents
his dismissal and is resolved on revenge. This is putting politics on a
low level, for it concedes in effect
that a man's principles depend on liis
personal success or disappointments.
As long as his relations witb the party
nre satisfactory lie will remain an upholder ol it, but the moment they
cease to be agreeable lie is expected to
chop about and take up with tlie principles of the opposing party. There
is a looseness in this that would work
general political demoralisation, if it
were admitted as a legitimate influence in the conduct of public life.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier may be a faithful exponent of the principles of the
Liberal party���those, ut least, who
support Iii in as a Liberal believe Unit
he Is, and that is sullicient. Four
years ugo Dr. Melnnes professed to be
a disciple ofthe Identical principles
of which Sir Wilfrid Laurier was the
representative in chief. Because of
this be was appointed Lieutenant-
Governor of liritisli Columbia. During his period of Bcrvice it is not
known that be experienced any
change of political heart, but on the
contrary was understood to have remained true to tbe convictions that
earned him bis promotion, lie was
personally of a wayward disposition,
however, and before bis natural term
of office had expired, committed certain acts that were not exactly regular
and which the superior Federal
authorities found it impossible to
Ignore. There was but one penalty,
dismissal, and be was visited with it.
Is that a reason why. all al once, he
should change his convictions, aud
from being a Liberal in principle
should become an active and determined opponent, bent on the destruction of bis party '.'
The Times snys Dr. Melnnes "cannot build ii political platform out of
Iiersonal grievances or defeated ambition." Vie do not think it is anything to the honor or credit of our
political life that be should be able
to do so. but witli the standard that
has prevailed for so many years what
else could be expected than thnt he
should make the endeavor? Persona]
motive is nt the bottom of thu
principles whieli govern all 1ml a
precious few of those who engage in
politics: and although it is not pleasant to regard this ease of Dr. Me-
Innes's. we do not know that he is
more to blame than the hundreds of
others who subordinate their principles to the gratification of mere self.
The gentleman is Incensed, nmi is
moved to visit bis displeasure on the
authors of bis diagr&co. This should
be  the less  noticeable iu a Provinoe
in which the revolt against the present leaders of the    Liberal  party is so
general, Dr. Melnnes is only one of
a host of Liberals ill name who. for
one cause or another, mc opposing
the Laurier Government and desire its
defeat. In the face of such general
disaffection, it seems absurd lo tingle
out this one case and make n pother
over It.
Il um v not lie required by the strict
Idler of law or usimge, but the re-
solniion of the Government at
Victoria to prilled those American
miners _ lui   located   claims   that   are
now found to I i   the Atlin  side of
tho International boundary is very
much to its credit. We may not owe
much io Americans in Alaska, but
wc owe :i i;rciit deal lo our sense of
justice and fair play, anil it is a debt
Canadians Bhould never be slow to
liquidate lo tlie very last  atom of it.
f fafafafafafafafafa .& .m*#*����M#��f GREAT NORTHERN
fa We tlnve Sold 75 Per Cent of All the "D A T T W A V
J   Portland Cement
% Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
He has been scarcely a month in the
Province, but already sir Henri Joly
has done much to create an interest
In forestry. He has stirred np tbe
people of Victoria to a realising sense
of the necessity of preserving our
forests, and this good Influence will
doubtless extend to tlie Government
ami Legislature. And the other day
he travelled across to Vancouver to
address ;i meeting in that city on the
same subject. Mr. linstock was chairman. The people of Vancouver have
never been known to see beyond the
boundaries of their own town, but it
is to be hoped His Honor may be successful in enlarging the orbit of their
vision. With the assistance of Mr,
linstock lie ought to be able to convince them that the forest wealth of
the Province is of interest to themselves, and that it is worth while to
guard   it against wanton dissipation.
Used in the Kootenay
Just Received--Carload
Dominion  Ale. and
Porter
(i _ pints and quarts)
fa
Dominion White  Label  Ale
This is the finest Ale b
Dominion  Bulk  Ale
(pints and quarts)
���owed in Canada.
Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
itn IB-gallon  kegs)
Is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
mm
NONE BETTER.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
SOLID VES'IIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AMD OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSalaOARTE-
NELSON,  It. C,
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I have uow in stock 11 lino
of all classes of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
Our Slock of
School
SuDDlies
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
No one wants this Province overrun
with .laps and Chinamen, There
should be sonic restriction put upon
their Immigration, for it Is not dcslr*
able that white men should be crowded out. Bul no great barm bits come
to un so far through these people, and
the fuss and worry exhibited :11 lln
Capital,   in   pretended  concern   over
their invasion, are bee lug   a   trllle
disgusting. The seal Is just n little
overdone, and Is much too  suggestive
of A contest   for   Votes,     There    i-,    less
dread of .laps uml Chinamen than
then' Is anxiety to make political cnpital  by  abusing   them,     Do any of
these alarmed patriots stop t tulder
what the consequence! would bo If
there were no Chinamen In   the coun-
CANADA
DRUG&
BOOK CO.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
FAMOUS
lipperia)    Liii-iled
BERVIOB
East   and   West
first Class Sleepers on all trains from
A lllll l�� II K.MIAN II KllllTKNAY I.A Mil Ml
Toill'lsl OUTS pass Medicine Hat
daily for SI. I'nul; Saturdays for
Montreal uml Boston! Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto.   Same cur.
pass llcvclstoke one day earlier.
CONNECTIONS,
7:lo l,v Nelson Ar 10:,'Ci
I5:_0 l.v Nelson Ar I8i4
Morning train daily for and from
Rossland, nnd  for Revelstoke, main
line and Pacific Const,
Afternoon trnin daily for nnd from
Rossland, and from Revelstoke, main
line and Paoiflo Const, and daily
(except Bunday) for und from Boun
daiy points.
7::1" Lv I Nelson   ! Ar lBlW
(Kx Sim)        f HeUon j        (Ex Sun)
For ami from Bandon, Slocan points,
Revelstoke,   main   line   and    I'acillc
Clllsl.
Kootenay Lakh Kasui Route,
(Ex Sun)     Btr Kokanee     (Ex San)
IOsOO Lv Nelson Ar 11:110
Saturday to Argentn nud return,
lem inn Kaslo nl. _0l00k,
Kuotkvw Uivkii Routb,
Dully    Hits Movie uml Nelson    Dnily
__:H0 l.v 'Nelson Ar 2:111)
t'liiiticcis iii Kootenay Landing with
On,ws Nest Line trnin*.
fnr rules, tiokclK anil full Information apply In Depot or t'ity Ageut,
Nelson, IS. 0.) or
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F.J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
Close connection East and West-
bound al Spokane with trnins of the
trains of Hie Spokane Falls nnil Northern Railway.
Direct connection ftt St, Paul without change of depot with all trpinB for
Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Now York
nud nil points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East nt 10:15 a.in
Leaves Spokane daily lor Wost at 7:15 p.mi
West-hound trains make direct  con
neotlon for Victoria nnd Vancouver,
Tort land, Sun Francisco, and nil points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains conned at Duluth vWtli
tlii'iiingniliceiit steamships North West
and North-Land oftheNorthern Steamship Oompany Lino, operated in connection with the Great Northern Rail-
wny.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply lo any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry��� Knslo It Slocan
Ry., Kooti'i ai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEV.   II. A. JAOKSON,
Geul. l'ass. & Tkl. Agt.    Com'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min      Spokane, Wash
. N CO R PC Ht��� ���'���� 1670-
THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MAKES THE BEST
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Economy Is Wealth
Yon  cannot   make  money  easier  than
by    saving   it   on    FOOTWEAR.
We fit your feet and yonr pocketbook
also.    You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and  economize.
������������.���.���.������
LILLIE BROS.
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, H. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��d _romnt attention.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
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Wi' are now doing buaineBO in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Motel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NKW ones.
Give us a call.
������������������������
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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W. Y. ANDKIiaON,
TraT. Ptuut. Annul.
fm._i
K. J. COYLK,
A (1. l". Agent,
Vmwimt
BOARD AND  ROOMS. ,PYLE'S   PEARLINE
  Large Size
MltH. ItKII.I.Y. win,  has |_k.n over
tin-   home on   Wnrd   Btreet  just
above the PottOfHco, will give board
nmi rooms.   Bevernl obolce ti is -till
uoocoupled. Terms reasonable,
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
Gamble &
O'Reilly,
Civil    Enminiim,    PnOVINCiai    LaND   SuKVIVOIB
Rial  E��t��t��. |n��uiANot,
Anu   QlHIHAt  AaiNTft
Rint* Coumm- Lo��n�� Mad*
Baker Hrwti, JSelion, h. c.
CALL ON  THF
NELSON WINE CO.
nmi iry n bot.tlo, u ilozi'ii, or a Imrrcl nf
OALGARY BEER us It I" Um bout, suit
cheapest on lho liiiirkul. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and     CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN, M.�������...
'I'l'li'l'liniii- 03. liakur HI., Nelnon, 11, U.
LUi}iber_.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on linncl ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill nt PILOTBAY. Yards, NELSON
niul LA 11 DO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWABD.
���
l   - .
FLOUR
NOTICE  OF -lEETlNO.
Tin- Highland Mining Company, of
liritisli Columbia, Limited,
In pursuance ot a requisition in
writing of Shareholders of the Company holding In the aggregate Bvc-
eights (:,-S) of the whole number of
shares of sniil Company ls-
sui'il. the Directors of The Highland
Mining Company of liritish Columbia,
Limited, hereby eonvene and call no
extraordinary general meeting of the
shareholders of said Company, to lie
held nt tin- otlii'i' of tbe Company al
Ainsworth, liritish Columbla.on Monday the SOth day of August, A. 1).
1900, nl tho hour of 8 o'clock p.m,
Business: To approve n resolution
of tho Directors of the Company to
dispose of tho assets, rights, powers,
privileges, and franchise of tne said
Company,
To authorize thc execution of all
necessary documents to carry mil snid
transfer.
Dated at Ainsworth, B, C, ibis   nl
day of August, num.
il.v Order or the Board of   Directors
T. .1.  LENDItUM,
Secretary.
NOTICE OF MEETlNQ,
The Josephine Mining Company, Limited, (Foreign),
A Special Meeting of the Josophlno
Mining Company (forolgn) will bo
liclil nt tbo otnccsof llio Corapanv.al the
Luw Offloes of Macdonald St Johnson,
Baker Street, Nelson, British Colum-
biu, on Monday the 30th day of August. A. li. inun. nt nh. i,;,ln. 0f 'n
o'clock in the forenoon.
Business: To authorize the snle of
thc ''Josephine" mineral claim to
Ernest li. Woakes,
To authorize the execution of nil
necessary documents to carry oul snid
sale.
Dated at Nelson. 11. ('.. this n), ,,f
August, A. ]). 1000,
HARRY N. CARTER,
  Socrotary,
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6,
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Pron-
A. R. BARROW, a.m. 10.e
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts,
P. 0. Box 669.
Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial   Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Cornel' Baker nud Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Policy Writing Ollice for the .Nina
Fire Insurance Company of Hart-
1'OKIi nnd tlie CONNECTICUT KlUK INSURANCE Oompany of Hartford.
MONEYS  LOANED
Straight   Mortgage,  nt 8  per cent.
Wanted���Molly Gibson Stock.
General Agent for the Oheat West
Life Absuranoe _o.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order enn b�� accepted unless
accompanied by cash.
Ollice Comer Ilnll nnd linker Streets.
TKI.KI'IIONK US.
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.
G.EO.G.UKD
Room I, Turner-Hoeokh Block.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AflENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
WANTKI)-(iood building lots down
town for client.   Also bind adjoining
city for gardening.
SltiVKR KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kiiidH of second hand goods. Will buy
nr sell nnythinK from an anchor to a
uiicille. Forniture, stoves, osiperts,
'���"ol. in," utensils, bongbt tn household
qnnntitiPB. Also oast ofif clothing.
Onll aud see me or write. Address
Telephone No. 06 _ilv,>r KiuK Mil">. Box 800. Hall
I Btreet, Nelson, B. O. f*
Nelson   Daily  Miner,   Saturday   Evening,   August it,  190a
FLASH    LIGHTS.
No flies enter a closed moutl
ish proverb.
-,[ian-
The Puritans idea of Hell is a place
where everybody has to mind his own
business,
* ���  ���
"Father," said the small hoy with
the enquiring turn of mind, "why do
married people live longer than single
people'. They do not   live   longer
my son," replied Mr,   11.   Peck,   "It
only sceuis longer. "
* *   *
Never play cards with women    they
have such winning ways.
* *   ���
Some people live on the idea that
an apology can wipe out every offence.
I
illce-
who
1 her
The girl who has the finest c<
tion of china is usually the one
c mldn't make a cup of tea to sav
life.
* ���  ���
It isn't much consolation to a man
to know that his neighbor's wife is
less extravagant than his own.
* *   ���
"One swallow does not make a Bummer."    Neither does   the   man   with
Hies in his hat always catch Iish.
��   ���   ���
An Indian sago of ancient lime said :
"Who knows not. and knows not that
he knows not, is a fool���slum him.''
Yet when I come to consider what a
great poet Bet down on the saine suh-
ject, I am puzzled to know quite
whore lam. Tho Bard remarked that,
"Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly
to he wiHe;" and really, he seems to
me to give a boiler idea of the case
than the Indian philosopher. For iii-
stance, a man might not know that he
was a fool, and still he as happy as a
honey bee on a flower, lie might also
deem himself Immensely wise, ami
yet       he      miserable. In       fact,
I entirely agree with Solomon that
knowledge Increaaethsorrow, and that
your only happy man is ho who knows
t'10 least. Kor, look ye what a burden
learning is. Thc educated person is a
slave to grammar and stylo: hut the
man in the Btreet expressss himself
freely and picturesquely, and his
words strike like a hammer. And. after all, what do any of us know���oven
the most erudite? Essential truth is
as dark to the man who understands
the differential and inferential calculi as to the man who only knows,
or thinks he knows, that two and two
make four, a ml that there are six In half
a do/en. Itoth the learned and the ig
noraiit soon get to the circumference!
of their circles.
RUHLIN KNOCKED OUT
PlayersNavyGut
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton & Co.
Nelson, B. C.
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   nANUFACTURlNG    CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
SeVei)fci)
Mei)
Waited
r
t
r.i.
For Tracklayiijg
ai)t_   Pnllas-iijy
at Procter.
Wages, $1.75
Poardj   $5.00
FlUslmmons Puts Mini Out With .1 Rkilit on 1 lunula In the 6th Pound.
New York, Aug.   11���Bob   l-'itzsim-
1110ns has added another  to   his    long
list of victories hy knocking  out   tins
Ruhlin in the si.xth round of 11 fiercely
fought battle at Madison Square Garden last night.    The light   look   place
hefore   the   Twentieth   Century   Cluh
and wns a   furiously   fast   one   from
start to finish.    At   times   it    seemed
that ltuhlin would win the   light   lint
I'it/.siiiinions put him out with 11   terrific loft on tlie jaw.    The betting was
10 to H in favor of Fitzsimmoi-.s.    The
tight in the first  four   rounds   was of
the hurricane order anil both men   received a good deal of punishment.    In
the fatal sixth round lluhliu was slow-
In Coming lo time, while Kit/, jumped
at his man.    It was then a question of
who could land  a   telling   punch,    as
both men wore  very   much  fatigued,
Plt_, always the quickest on his  feel.
was able 1 o get around   Ruhlin,  and
while the latter sent a straight left
for l'.t-'s head, Hub side-stopped safely and landed on Ihe body and right
lo head. Willi a v..Hoy of lefts and
rights to thc head and neck and a
fearful left ou the solar plexus l-'ilz
sent Ruhlin in a heap un the lloor.
This was the beginning of the end
that soon followed. Ruhlin aftertak-
ing nine seconds of the count, rose to
his foot groggy from the effects of the
solar ple.xus blow. As soon as Ruhlin
got up, Kitz rushed. Bending two lefts
to the face and then shot his right
with fearful force to the point of Kuli-
Hu'h jaw. ltuhlin pitched forward as
If struck with an axe ami fell on his
face to the lloor. where he was counted out and hud to be taken to his corner.
It was announced from the ringside
that FitzsimmoiiH will moot Sharkey
during the last week of August.
Apply
_\. rt. McCoy,
Procter, p.C.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKKAl. WATERS
ri .HOHI'K & CO. Limited���Cornor Vernon
JL and Cedar dtrcuU, Nelson���Mamifaulur-
en of uml wholesale dealers in aerated watora
anil fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Hoi
Springs mineral waler.   Telephone IK).
NKI.SON _ODA WATER FACTORY-
N. -1. ('uiiiiiiins. Lessee���Evory known
variety of soft drinks, l-oHoxss. Telephone
No. 31. Hoover Btreet, Nelson, bottlers of lho
famous Sl. boon Uot Springs Mineral Water
CIGARS
KL_.
CO.���Manufacturers of the Hoyal Seal
nmi Kootonay  belie.  Cigars,
ollice, linker btreet, Nelson.
OOTKNAY Cl_ AU MANUFACTURING
e Hoyal Seal
Factory  and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IT   J. EVANS & CO.-Bokor Street, Nol-
1 ���   son���Wholesalo iluali-rs iu liquors, ci-
unrs, cement, lire liriek and III- clay, water
pipe anil btoul rails, anil gonerol commission
inurohants.
->_>>^
The works of Rudyard Kipling are more than a collection of brilliant
Vr stories and stirring poems.    They are  tho expression of Britisli  power and
4m
V British ideals.    They voice the heart and conscience ol the Empire on which
���m .
��� ihe sun never sets.
^O His complete works in  16 volumes contain 176 stories, 136 stirring
-���^ songs, 88 letters of travel, and  three immortal books of one volume each������
J^ all breathing- ofthe Empire and the Soldiers.
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FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J    A. M'DONALD  Madden Bloolc. Nelson-
���   (fruits, loti cream, 'Mi. B." chocolates
blgllcl(UU conflictiopery.   Ice Cream   Parlors
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
]>UACKMAN-1CKR MILLING CO., Lm-
-_> Wholesale and rotai) dealers in grain,
hay, Hour, Feed, Mills at Viotoria, Now West*
minster; tfidmonton, Alto, Klovator* on Calgary uml f (inn in inn Hallway. Manufacturers
of the celebrated li. & K. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
MACDONALD   & Co.���Corner   Kront
and Hall streets���Wholesale grocers
ami jobbers in blankulH, gloves, milts, bouts,
rubbers, maokinaWfl and miners' sundries.
A.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
_O0T__ATCI.iRM.C0
ARCHITECTS
CANE & MACDONALD (H, Cune, James
A. Maodonald)���Architects and BUporin-
lendenls, Broken Hill Hluek, corner Baker and
Ward Streets, Nelson.
LUMBER
VTJCLSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
_i_\ Odlee comer Hall and Front Streets,
Nelson���Lumber, cefllng, flooring, and every
tiling in wood for building purposes. Get our
prices.  Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1>   BURNS & Co.���Bakor Street, Nelson-
,  _    Wholesale dealers iii fresli and cured
meats.    Cold Storage.
\\T EST   KOOTKNAY    BUTCHER   CO.
W    Haker street. Nelson���Wholesale ileal
en. in fresh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
NKLSON, H. V
Atlantic S. S. Lines
1* .-mn Mom mil
Dominion Line apply ��Bt for ttr iiiuno Auk is
llniiiiiiiiiii  blue llimiiiiioii Ang .,,
Minn Mini Corinthian....
Allun Uno I'lirislnn  .
Boavor Lino tako Mogantlo
Humor l.inu IjiIo) biliiorlor
Auk 's
 AllK'-'-'i
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. roni New York
Auk IS
EDITOR'S AWFUL PLIGHT.
V. M. Higgins, Editor Seneoa (Ills.)
Ni'Ws.whh iilliii-li-il fm- yniiH with plleg
tbat no dootor or remedy helped ontll
he tried Bneklen'i A mien salvo.   He
Writes   two   Iioxch   wholy muni  liim.
11 s the surest pile oure on eurth and
tne b.sl salve in the world. Dure
guaranteed, Only 36 oonls. Sold by
uanada Drug and Honk Oompany.
Canada Permanent amdWestern Canada Mortgage
CORI'OKATION.
HEAD   OFFICE   TORONTO,    ONT.
Money to loan on Htrniuht MnrtgBRO.
Netou LENN0X, Baker Bt,
Willie   Slur I,Inn Tuulonli'..  .
White Star Uno Oymrlo	
VVliitoBtar Unouormanlo	
Ciiimicl l.iim Uiiilirln 	
Canard Uno Uicanla...	
Amorloan l.iimSl. 1-nn*..	
Rod   Ulnr  l.lno Noolillnml 	
AihIioi-  Una   Aiiorln	
Anolior  l.lno  Rlhlnpla..,..,	
N.tl.U 1,. KniKor WIII10I111 11	
N. tl. U Unu'l'rnvo ���������_���. ���.-���
N. o. l_ U Kakorln Mann Choresta
Allan state uno LaurenUan^. IiOBt0,A>jij,lw
Cl.:"-K^uVS"!u;anilf.'o,,.��irKnr.;!li,'n
���o ;,',s.'lK. or mloVloko.H and full In ..rn.nl ou
apply to ('. P. It. dopot iiKi'i'l 7 '��� '������ Hruu"
(:..,yrnK��o,,Kor^o,,I.NHsi,,j.It.i<>;fi
Onnoml / toii'l O.P.R. Oflloet. Wlnnlpog.
. Auk ll
..Aug 28
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, Aug in
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REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Pine Lager
Beer and Potter,
M'LACHLAN llltos, (Successor- lo Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.(Bakor Street,
Nolson   \\ liok'Halo doalora in hardware and
liiinitiK supplios, pluuilioi-s' niul  I ii.siuilliN' supplies.	
XTKLSUN    IIAItUWAKK   I'D.     Wliolosi.lo
_A|   paints, oiu a.ul kIuss; moehanlos' tools.
AkoiiIs foi Ontario I'owilor Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRV nouns
rrtURNKR, BKETON fcCo.
JL    and JonophlnO  StroolH,
Cornor Vornon
Nolson -Whclo
10 doalora In iiqiiore, olgare, and diy goods,
..gouts for t'alist Browing Oo. o( ullwaukei
1    if Calgary.
UIISON'S HAY Co,   Wholosalo grocrlo-
lunl liquors eto., Bakor Btreet, Nolson.
and Calgary Browing Co
II
CtALIKOKNlA WINS CO., Umltod���Cornor
I Kront and Hall Streets Nelson- Wliolo-
sale drillers III wlluw lease nnil bulk), anil
doinostio anil Imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY. GRIFFIN _ CO, Cornor Vornon and
. Josephine BtTOOtS, Nelson - Whole-ale
dealors in provisions, cured nieulK, butter ami
eggs. 	
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nolson, U. 0.
E. J.SCOVIL
MININtl  IIIIIIKK.lt.       -OTABV PUBIH.
Wlndormoro Minos.  Corroap ��� onoo Solicited
WINDERMERE, 6. 0.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents lor liurcku nincrnl Wool i
Asbestos   Co.
Real lis tale,  Plre Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
KOR SALE.
Building Lots,   Residence   Property,
RaDohesi etc,
WANTED.
Good income producing properties
down Uiwu. .
Famished  liniise   Ironi   Beptomoei
lHt
Unfurnished honse ui' Ibe hill. ��"
tram line, to rout at about t^ I"'1'
month.
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THE  AUTHORIZED  EDITION.
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THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
^���^���(|-^'(|>-(|'f'(|'f-f-f-f)-f)"(|)-f)-(|)-f)'f)-f)-f)'f)-(|)-f)^
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelaon A Fort
^heppardJTy.
Red Mountain R'v.
Tlie only all rail route between
all points east, west hiuI south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson .ith steamer
for Knslo and all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects at   Meyer's   Kails   with
staf,re daily for Republic,   and   connects at Bossburg with stage dally
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
I.kwk. Day Train. Aiuuvu.
I0.81S n.m S|i"knii�� 7 :l(l p.m,
12:05 p. ui KiibhIhuiI 5:80 p.m.
11:1111 ll, ill Nelson K :H0 p.m.
Nijtlit Train.
0:45 p.m  Hpokimo 7:06b.m!
11:00 p.m Rowland 0:80 n.m.
II. A. JACKHON, Q. P. & T.A.
.Spokane  Wmh
O. K. TAOKABURY,
Airent, Nelaon. B.O
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
N-I--N It. 0.
A Boarding anil Dny Si-linnl cniiilln:lral liy
lhi' Blfltora of BUJoaonhof Ponoo. li Ih hSIii-
nt.'il ni. Mmoornorot Mill uml Jorfphlnoutroot",
In ono of the bent rtmldenUa] portion-of Notion, nmi Ih ciivlly i,i-,i-,. 11,1,- from ull pnrlK
of tho oity.
'rim noiiivo of Unity Inoludpa llio fundunon
inl uml im-iiii- bmnonoi ol a MioroiiKh r:i,,-i, i,
edUOAllon, IIiihIhuhh oounin ���HookkooiilitK.
Hloiioitrniihy and Typnwrillnn. Solonco conrno
.-Muni,', Viinul nnil Iiisi.riniin.ilal: DrawliiK,
nl_.-l'laln ami Art Nnodloworlt; UaliHthonlcK,
etc
For lornm an-t narMctilam apply
Huimrlor.
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated i.'if.g.
Capiiai rui.t-up.    ,    .    .    wi.ih. .e.iMHi I  in.I wi.7ihi.ihh.ii
ii,,;,,,i ��r nire-Uimi  Thomu E. Konnr,  Prooldonti  Tliomns ttiu-liin, virePn-Hliii-ui.
Wiley _inllli, ll.tl. Ilui.lil, Hon. II. II. Fullor, M.I.C.. Hon. Davlil MacKeen.
llinil <HM,,, IIiiIMuvi
Qonornl Monogor. Bdkon I.. PeanOi Montroal.
BnpcrlnLondonl nf Branclio*. unit BocrotArr, W. It. Tonr-UOo, llallfai.
Innpootor, VV. ., Urook, Hullfux.
lnspri-ler II. M. sicwarl. Montroal.
ItriinrlifH t
Nova Hrolln-Ilulifux Hriim-li, Anlli,'onl��li, Hriilk'uwilT, Mnyslinro. I^inilonilerry, I.uoeiilnirlf.
Multlunil (Hiir.tH Co.), Pletou,   Port llawkofbnry, Bydnor. -hubonaoadlo, Truro, Wtiymoniti
Nr_   Itr.tliH-Irk    Ituthui.t,   linn lu>!ir.   HVodorlctOll,  KiiiKi-'nt.  .Krt.l  rn.l. Mniiilnn.  Ni<w--
I'uHMii.Siicki'illi', W 1-in-k.   I*. K. Inland   Oharlottcu>wn,Hntnnio_.ldl>,   IktirlMr   Montreal
(tlity Dilli'i'i. Moniri-al. WphI Kiid (Cor. Notre Dunn! andSelgnauniBtrraU); :i i
Mi.i'oo Avoniie and si. Cnlhaiinia. Btroot,  ii.iiurin Ottawa,   ->.,, ���<..,  hi.JoIiii'h
r.iiii., We��l i.mII.'h  Havana, I niled aiAlca  Now Vm-k nn Kxrl.ui.Ke i i,. ��� i Btpabllo, Wash
BRANOHEB IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CnrrrHpoiHli nth t
rntiniin  Morohant# Pnnlt nf Canada,  Dontoii- National Bhawmnt Hunk, oii'ncn   Annii^
Nutlonnl  Itunk-   Hnn   rr.iiiil-.rii   Kir-t   National   I ('ink.    l,<itidon, Rlfi   Hunk of  H<:Otlniul,
I'iii-Ih, Cnuii'i'    .'.t-ilit  I^Niinai..   Itrrniiiiln   Dank of Itfiriiiulii,   i hlnn uml Jn|mn   Itonic
ICoiik '"id Bhanghal Hnnkinu' Corporationi
Geneial Banking; HtinlncHB Transacted; Sterling Kills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Account-) roootved on tlio most favorable bermi.   Intercut u11ow.k1 on Bp^cini
depofllU and <ni Saving Hunk acoounte.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
Nelson Employment Agency
WANTED.
Girl for chamber and laundry work,
Waitress,     Hotel    porter.     Uirl   for
housework.
J. II. LOVE, Aft., Baker St
...STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at  reasonable
rates,    Apply to
ThcNelsoo Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block, N'elson   Daily  Miner,  Saturday  Evenikg,   August   ii,  1900.
nil
WErARE   HEADQUARTERS
BARGAINS
Every day we have s< me
succeeded in disposing of many hundred dollars' worth.
GINGHAMS   AND   MUSLINS
Regular 1 .c Gingham, iwo pieces, to go at, per yard
��� "ird
line to offer you at bargain prices.    We have been making every e
,.    ,-        c      ��� ,. .,,,,1. -it rust and less than cost, and have
ffort to clear out all of our Summei boods at cost
But there are still some left, and until the last article is gone the bargains
will continue
Regular 18c Gingham, two pieces, to go at, per yard
Regular 2<;c Ginghams, four pieces, to go at, per yard	
White  Tucked  Muslin, 42 'mches wide;   regular price 20c;   to goat.
White Tucked  Muslin, one yard wide;  regular price .35c;   to go at.
8UMMERne8KIRTIMeS;rtinei ^ _ ^ ^ ___	
One piece  Linen Skirting;   regular 25c;   now	
One piece White  Duck Skirting;   regular 25c;    now	
LADIES'    WRAPPERS    Two dozen Sample Wrappers to go at half price.
Regular Si.50 Wrapper, now	
Regular $2 Wrapper, now	
Regular $3 Wrapper, now	
AH   Goods  Quoted   Above  are  This
lOc
15c
20c
f,2l-2c
25c
12l-2c
15c
12l-2c
75c
St. 00
1.50
MARTIN   O'REILLY
Summer's  Goods,   New   and   Up-to-Date.
&   CO.'Y.
LOCAL AND   PEBS0NAL|in^^X-3^X"_:
.,1   todaj
in.. August 9th, 1900.
i_(f for the.Coast where she will spend
a few �����.���>���_* visiting with relatives al
the beach,
Tlie football match between thc first j
and second teams ot the Nelson Cluh
will he played oil al the recreation
grounds at 6:30 Monday evening.
P. R. Fleming, chief clerk In Captain (lore's office, will leave on a
month's vacation tomorrow   evening.
He goes to his ho    at   New   Castle,
N. B.
Contra.. ,r- Leicester & Kerr have
been given the contract for erecting ��
frame residence on Mill Street for J.
Boll. The lions.- will Vie two stories
hi|{h containing - rooms.
The Bnpreme Court lia* fixed ball at
16,000 tor Ernest Chenoweth,the eight Kelson   lust  evening.    He  says
ywroVaboj   who Is now confined   in   much development work is being don��
tbe Provincial Jail, awaiting liis trial
on a charge of murdering a Chinaman
at Rossland.
An ad jour I meeting of the Liberal-
Hy^*?Trt.__   - 7rom     Miss Ha ,ond, who has been visit-
soother straight carload of fruit from ^    _    .    -..^  for the-^
Soulliern markets.     ^^  returned to her home at
'   Slocan City this morning.
E. A. Paterson, of Silverton, superintendent of the Wakefield mine.
I arrived in Nelson yesterday and leaves
tomorrow evening for Southampton.
England. Krom there he will go to
south America. Mr. Winn has been
appointed superintendent of the mine.
The macadamizing of the blocks on
Haker Street promises to cost the city
only utiout one half of the cost of
macadamizing the block on Josephine
Street The Josephine Street hloek
cost in the neighborhood of 13,500,
while it is estimated the Baker Street
block will cost little more than 81,'J'Xi
each.
A. A.  Vernon, of Ymir. Buperinten
lentof the Big Pour property, was in
He   says   that
Conservative association will be held
at s o'clock Tuesday evening at tbe
Hoard of Trade r.^.m-. _.�� there is Important business to transact a large
attendance is requested.
Port Steward Moe will leave Monday morning for Cranbrook to make
arrangements for closing the Canadian Pacific  tmpply house   which   was
upon the above property, and that the
ore is showing up well. The ore.
which is galena, runs from 81�� to$60,
and also contains fairly good values
uf gold.
Perry Wright, quarantine Inspecting officer on the trains running from
Spokane to Nelson and Kossland, was
notified yesterday by the t iovernment
officials at Ottawa that the quarantine
against persons coming from the Unit-
,il suites into Britisli Columbia was
declared oir. This will also do away
with  the   fumigating   of  the   mails.
established there during thc construe-   which has been carried on  since  last
tion of tin- road over the 1 row's Nest   jnnuary.
Paaa, -[I,,, big limestone quarry   at   lilad-
The City Hand nnder the leadership .,,,,���.   uurnt itasin, has been recently
of J. <:. t.uppy will give their  set I   1M,,.,.|i:is,.,|    l,v    the C.   1J.   R.   from
August concert this evening at theU|cggrg f/orrest & Cameron, owners of
oorner of Baker and Kootenay Streets, ,hl. Qiadstone townslte. The first
In case the weather is unfavorable the  shipment   was    made   to   the   Trail
concert will  be postpo 1   until next  naelter lust Saturday  and  if results
week. prove satisfactory a spur will be built
Itev. Dr. Silencer from Ontario Is to ;it nine.     Prom  recent  tests   it  has
preach tomorrow in tin- llapt 1
rliurcli. All. especially iii.-n. are in
viteil Co hear hlra. The subject In the
morning will be "The Ten Virgins."
In Hie evening the topic will be "The
signs of the Times,
been proven that the limestone is of a
superior quality and there will pm-
lialily be a large force of men at work
in a short time,
A warrant was Issued this morning
for  tin   arrest  of  John   Manderson,
lln
w liter
lins   fallen in the formerly proprietor of a  small   store
Hull   Street,   between Maker   and
Sin.
river,   the  elty wharf   is   lefl
dangerous condition.    About      feel   Vernon.     Manderson   sold   out    his
���f n baa 1 n washed away leaving tt|stock lust Thursday to a local  seoond
gap    through   which   | pie   al   any! ��"��'d dealer and  on  Kriday  morning
time  might   fall.    H ithlng   should I the store was empty and to all appear
Im- ,1 to protect the public.
"Hani Times" will  be  the subjeel
of Itev.  Wm. Milium- s Mr n   al   the
Opera House tomorrow evening. During the service the Nelsun (jnartette
will sing. ������Tlie Christian's Hood
Night," ami ������Arise for Thy Light li
Come." Mr Caldwell will sing a bass
solo, 'King of Eternity."
There will be a ball gnme al the re
creation grounds tomorrow Bfternoon
at half past two o'clock   between  tha
Nririlioi't iciiin and the local nine. Tin-
Northport nine is an amateur one nmi
from all minimi* should pul lip .1
good game nn,I une well worth seeing
"Ola"tilesoii.ilie "southpaw pitcher"
will probablj be In the box fnr 11><-
Northportei
Joe Thompson im-. just received n
letter from his brother-Ill Inw, (Sergeant II   Middle ton, who aei ipanl-d
tin- Klrst Canadian Contingent to
South Africa ll li dated from
springs, .luly . lie says hi company
wen- slnii'iiicil there Ui proteel lln-
railroad employees   working   "ti   the
branoh running it I,,!,.iiiii,   i
the Coal Dial 1 ll '     Al this  point the}
bad several hot  skirmishes witli  1 lull, >,-ih nud were successful   In   1
Ing tlipin.   They   passed through Jo-
11 h the bird had flown.    Manderson
Iind   several   creditors  In   the   city,
; _ them Morrison ft Caldwell and
.1. T. life St Co,, who have retained
Mr. U, A. Stewart PotU to look after
their Interests. The warrant charges
Manderson with disposing of liis property with Intent to defraud hia creditors. Civic proceedings to recover the
goods will nlso be Instituted,
The following are thc mining records for today: Transfer���Krom
Kiithci'inc McKvov to Arthur Clement
of Erie, 8-3 interest iu Hidden Hod,
for a consideration of II BO 1 from ,1.
shutiicwortli to Arthur Clement, 1-S
Interest In the Nana Q, for a consideration of SIT".; from William Berwick to Fred Adle 1-1 interest, in Nevada for a nominal consideration,
Certificates of work To Jerry Demars
mi Highland mnl Chicago; to Vi. ,\.
Ward on Klondike No, 3, Klondike!
in Ai McDonald and il. v.. Chapman
on Stem winder 1 to J, 9, MoParlane
mi Examiner! to   Prank  Provost   on
I,onic Mullen, lolden   Star.   Nelson.
Hold Hov Franklin and Norman; to
,1 \ DhuU on 1 ordclla, Locations
Hllvcr truss on Slocan Hiver liy Fred
Adli ; Maggie on Whiskey Creek by
I mi II Jornstad ; Salem on Kokanee
Creek by Charles II. Loouson; Boston
on Kokanee Creek hy Flugh   McEach-
hnnnchhiirg anil found   it    nn    exceed
lugly pretty place,    The boys 1; Dundl 1    Kokanee   (reek    by
peoting to c.iinc home ln thi 1 11   James Livingstone) Copper King nnd
turo at Hie war   is   practlcall)   111  nn   silver Spring on rhiiinplon  Crock   by
jnd. ' 1 Inn ks llrelnback.
WHEN HOUSTON HIT THE PAVE.
(From Vancouver Province. 1
John Houston is the member
Krom good old Nelson town i
John Houston is a tighter.
If he gets his temper down.
John Houston wields a ruler
And bats you o'er the head :
John Houston runs against it.
When Tolmie's hair is red.
Por Houston said to Tolmie.
"To Nelson come and light."
������To h��� with there,'' said Tolmie.
"We'll have it out tonight."
With that Hod smote the Houston,
And punched him in the jaw;
And then he sat upon him
And emphasized tin- law
That men who look for fighting,
Should never think out loud.
Unless they have the surest thing.
Or big friends in the crowd.
Then Tolmie batted Houston.
And bumped his head real bard,
And Houston said.  "Ohl keep away
The atmosphere is starred. "
Then Rod was pulled off Houston,
And Houston went to bed;
If the tight occurs in Nelson.
Poor Houston may be dead.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements Inserted under thlshosdal
the ruUf nf one cent li word per insertion.   N��
advcrllHOiiiciil taken for lus* tlinn 39 cents.
REGATTA ON   THE   25TH.
Croat interest is being taken in the
dub regatta to lie held by the Nelson
Boat Club on August 25th. Many
members are practicing daily for the
different events and entries arc being
made every day for the other races.
All entries must be handed into the
secretary, Mr. C. B. Winter, on or lie-
fore August 20th. The following four-
oared crews have entered for that
event:
11. A. Perks stroke. II. II. Playford :i. IV. McAdam 8, T. D. Curtis,
bow;C. J.Hyalop stroke, I". E. Dynes
3. T. Madsou 2. _. Vi. Matthews how:
11. A. Stewart stroke. P. A. Macrae
:i. Vi. .1. Beaven 3, U. M. Phillips
bow: C. li. Winter stroke. K. V.
Thompson 3, A. J. Fisher ���;. ll. n.
Haines bow: J. W, Ford stroke, L.
Farwell 3, (. . A. Wetmore 2, 0, li.
MacParland, bow.
sight
best knows its value.
Hundreds suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have
prevented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NF.LSON'  B.'C.
LOST���From the residence of  Blnke
Wilson,   on   Victoria  Btreet,  n fox
terrier puppy, with Baddle on,  Kinder
please return to \V. 0, Hereon.
I'OR SALK.   First class Knglish Piano,
cheap.   Make.   Moningtnn St  Weston, Lonilon.    Apply Prof, F. Kleiner,
Victoria Street.
SITUATION WA!..TK!>   A.I once, by
an experienced woman cook.   Private family or boarding houso,   Ail-
dress "O." Miner offico,
1250 Shares
-0F-
FOB BALE    A til-nl   'Inlgiiin    House
and  lot  down   town,  rented  I'or (20
per month.    1'iioe $000 oil ll if taken nt
once.    " Honse," Miner office.
MH..  HAl.'ION ��� HiesMiiiiking.     In
Mndileu   Hluek. Nilson,   in   till  the
latest styles.
Athabasca
For Sale at a Bargain.
ALEX. STEWART
Broker,
TO   LET- Houso   to   lot    across   the
lake: stove,  nnd partly  furnished.
Apply 0. Newling. Hakor Streot.
QUAN YUEN & CO. every day
-AT THK -
CLDB HOTEL.
Tobacco, Cigars,
W.    RE1NHARD,   1V1. D.
(1ENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty i   Eye. Ear and Nose.
Otlice :   Bnker Street, near Fraternity
Ball,   Telephone No. 44.
And nil kinds of  FKBSH   Fill'ITS.
Chinese Ly Chee, Caratnbols, Sam
Sui,   Pears,  ull   kiuds of Canned   Fruits,   Nuts,   etc.
Chines-  Intelligence nnd  Contractors,
Opposite J. Y. Griffin & Oo.'s.
Krout St., Nelsou, B.C.
PON 0H1U,
CHAHLIE KOO,
Managers.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-nnd Half only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AM) COOL.
The only good Beer in Nelson.
Cor. Stanley ami BlUca Btroeta.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7 8 iiieh ilium. *i:i. Super ICO feet. For
immediate delivery iii Kelson
apply.
J. C. T. CROFTS.
��. O. UOX676, Nolson. B. C
ED CDRRAN, PropI* ����������"'
K. 0. GHKKN        Y. H. CLEMENTS
I  GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Und
Surveyors.
MelBon. B. C.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hume���1. L. Meyliun. Winnipeg : ll.
B.C.Ellsworth, Vernon: .1 S. McLean, Kossland: A. K. Garland,Kaslo;
,1, Prentice, Hamilton; C. Charles,
Kossland; .1. <i. Whltean, Toronto:
Rttoel tlreeii. Kaslo; I). I;. Young.
Rossland: Miss Fernie, Miss Weigglcs-
worili. Fernie; J, J. South,  Viotoria.
Phair; K.I). Davison, Urldgewator;
John MoRand, Rossland; M. W. Mur-
doil',   Boston;   L,   E.   Hughes,   New
Westminster; Charles Dundee, Kossland; A. T. Van Kttingci, Portland,
tire.; T. B, Hummer, Everett, Wash.;
W. J. Mackenzie. Vancouver; I), llrii-
glll, Kngland: T. U. Kiln. Vancouver,
W. L. McMillnn. Rossland; K. T.
Itrudin. Spokane; W. II. Kearney.
Portland. Ore,
THAT THROBBING HEADACHE
Would ipiickly leave yon ll you used
Dp, King's New Life I'ilis    Thousands
of sufferers have proved tlicir matchless
merits for sick nervous headaches
Tbey innke pure blond mid strong
nerves anil build up yonr health. Kusy
to tnke. Try tbem, Only 26 cents,
Money buck if not cured [Sold by Cnn-
ndii Drug mid Hook Company.
Spring chicken nnd nil the dnlinarios
nf tne season served to you when yon
visit Plorenoe Purk Hotel nt Huberts'
Ksuch, two nnd a half miles up the
river.    W. V. Huberts, propiietor,
"BI.TIE RIBBON TF.A IS DELIOIOUP.'
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
OiirFi'i'sh Boasted CoffeeBestof
Quality, ns follows:
Java and Arabian Moohs, per pound $ 40
Java and Moons Blend. 8 pounds ...     l (io
Kino HanUs., I i.n'ino -  l( j nn
mi,'.���   111. i   !     ..   |>Cllllli] ,,,,,,   I INI
Our   HlHsrlnlllll'llll, li pound*      .11X1
Our Hlo Rostt, II potinil-i  1 OU
A ihiii. iimim soiuirr.it.
Hai.khhiiiimn :
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W. BAKER ST.
Kelson,     -     b, c
MONDAY MORNING |
SPECIAL    IN
Table Linens.
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5a-inch Half Bleached Table Linen. Regular 35c.   Monday	
60-inch Half Bleached Table Linen, Regular 40c,    Monday	
62-inch Half Bleached Table Linen. Regular 50c.    Monday	
67-inch Half Bleached Table Linen. Regular 75c.    Monday	
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60-inch RLE AC 111. D Table Linen. Regular 60c.    Monday	
62-inch BLEACHED Table Linen. Regular 75c.    Monday	
68-inch  BLEACHED Table Linen. Rt-gular $1.00.    Monday..
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