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Array rovinc
tal Library
Daii)
Edition No. 644.
Nelson, British Columbia, Sunday, February 4.  1900.
Tenth Year
IB OFFICIAL WE
London Believes It in Spite
of War Office Reticance.
BOER--:  LOST   HEAVILI
Epion Eop
Engogem nt Waa Oostly .ti
Them, us W us Also lbeir Attack
on Ladysmith-
Low*... Feb. 4.���Mr Hpenoer Wil-
kimon vrritoH Hie following review i 1
tbenhmtlon iu South Afrioa to thi
jrtHati'il Puss in midnight:
"]i is morullv impossible for Hui-
ler'i Briny, -" long us there ie ii_ln
l,,(t in it, tn sil Mill while Sir George
WJiite is invested ut Ladysmith, Bet-
terilinn thai uoulri he to lose 1U, OOP,
men m uu attempt at relief. Arconi-
Inilv it is urolnible that Bnller will
try again nnil that be is now un tlm
more or lighting A�� he haa kept
General "Littleton's brigade ninth ,i
tin' rivor, the probability is that Ins
next move will he an advnaoe nn Lyt-
tletou's right. He would hardly go
to tbe let t because that wonld lead to
fresli attacks of Bpion Kop and tlm
range of whioh ii is a part, iln wnnld
not ro to thu seat of Colenso except
wiili Hie iilmlii force, less Barton's
brigade.
The retention of Lyttletous' Brigade at Potglester Drift nin.v therefore
be taken as proof that tlie new move
mil not be east of (Julensn. To tin
east nl Potgiester's ibere am several
drifts, one or two of whioh Gonernl
Bailer's guns ouinniuiid, and I e can
tberefote cross ihe river, lui the Boers
bate bad iiniplo timu to prepare their
position beyunu Hie river. A frontal
mini'k nun il, as usual, ba costly, but
nuluss bulltr is prepurid for hnavy
lossliu Iiiih lmli'iliumr of breaking
tbrongh the Boer defences. The right
plan would lie imn atiopted by i.cn-
���nl alierumn wleu lie pushed Johnston iiiun Uliattttttoui.il iu Atlanta,
-lirrmnii lirsl outnuclied along John-
sum's in ,ii! ami llnu extended bis Imi'
In ni I   tint   Hanky.    By   tlm    limn
Sheriiuiii ii ns ready to move bis foroe
around tobind one nf bis enirenubed
Inns a. nttack Johnston in Dunk and
tlirenten ins retreat, the Confederate
gcueinl withdrew. Snob tactic* are
praoiicabli nnlj with a force numeri-
ally superior. We do not know rlie
itreogtli , i iho Boers in Natal. Mr.
1        II "i :.i n s  them   at 10,000 oi
wl i uwi un1 observing   Lndysmith
'Iln-uiiiiiu _i.i, luiili-r afi.OOO against
I-M'k iiiiii -li..uiu render possible
nuiiistbiiig like Sheruiun's manoeuvres
Hui tbi iv is reusou to believe lli.ii
liuller's own esiimate of tbn Boei
'irre ih uiuoh bigber. Lorn Roberts
will certainly not hurry bis move
imai tbe I ape, He will lirst oom-
I'li'li' ilia assembling ot his men,
which will uot have atrived fur another three weeks, Iheu he *ill have tlm
iniibi-iii properly organized nnd in
uuu before lie mil move After thai
l'i'Will |ii,a al.lv jiiakti u rupid lllOM'.
nm Ilu mill ry ��iii iu.iuce nun to st��i i
""t 1 in- cunsiueis an ready. Lusi
wecitsrspurl in.t M..t-kiug imn be.n
relibven steius to mnn arisen frum
imni'i Piuuiuier's skirinisli m...
l-liii'Uhl.' l,���|.. ||���. ,c.pi,a vaUlU Uolh
'i'i bourms i.n.i mis origin oi u
���un ��� tii sliow iii���i ti.i, boeis uro i.ut
suilRUme ol sumom in Urn until wis,.
'H'T  liuu*   iirubimly    renutwi   tut-n
'"  Hiul  regioii   in    order li
leugilifu in, uibi i,.s, ugumsi ui'in-Kiis
ami uinier.''
���in lim
Li
wiidou, beb. 8 -a dispatoh Iron
��*'is,i.iui uuuuteu, via Bbe.iriiittii'h
' JI'jP. '���  i i.ii.y li, ears:
""-.atmi Hi-setters report ilm  follow-
"'�� """ "i"  kilien in last  week _
?*J'Ul*-i   -ob.itu, ut ttuurhnrg, l_r_-
i.', ' '" ' ' I" �� �� orp, Upperuiau, ui
J    "��� ''"""'i i-i..mus, oi Magloers-
"��i a, a one l-nu Man, Uimet. Tin
'"I"* arn.y   bioki .seven boor   guns.
""' '"" "isnanii's were aput.xi-
i,"'   ',' "���"���'���'",   though   rn.. In-
 """' '�� not iuinn 11,1111 uffluiniiy.
i,;",1"11'"' l*'eh. -.-An official ,..' the
1  ''""I' Mii.in at midnight that  no
"    "'''"   ""'iud   from   South
1 ami  thai mnn) wouln tm   given
'"ug the night.
W
111
Am,
tut
i,,..   ,"��� l'"1'   '���a Bpeolnl telegram
���".""���  ���"������ "'' "�����  ���� Brui-BlB,
,,'"""  -'""i'ii' lms  received In-
. ' "-"""..fa movnnmnt,   by ,1m bnl
'" ""' mteotlbii ot Huugereprnlt,
Modder River, Feb.   .|._T|���.   Boer.
iniiii
lull
...'.! ��������.*��� ��nildinghereBmiai'_."aii��eburg
lesiroying
n ai Lunge	
"Point 8,000yards Irom the Bill-
,,������,' ,"";''''!"m"""'; ��00 explosions
���     ''i.'id and dotthUesn the Hue  uno
nbiMStanw m[ fur " ���"H""'1-
bondon, Feb
-'Iho
il
i.s,!|,l''i',1|,'''''>*'i��1 <
WOt--       .''"""''"'I't
papers   here
'"".""t 'nun the offloe of  Beoretary
Ueaemhe
comprises   10,000
"link ,,,,,1   I  i'"nrn        iiiaimi
'"Inr       , "������"���"dnrigned by   tlm Sec
inilv'-vin,.',",'��� Bl"z'   �� ����nis espeo-
He,   i,    . 'for ,h" American Hepob-
... ' ����ys
.   We,   Ir
Ann
pub-
���   �� great   extent, depend on
Willie   nrl-,.2"roPe'0'   '""'Istutl's.   11
1r"'t lie I���   vi'l""'    v"   th"    ",lrt    "*    th"
"���iii'i!"     : �� ,nffer tbi. little nation
linsi!  *   '""""<'   Sinoe   thn   swoin
"""   Blnoein ikho tbo p_cl,i.
dent of the Linite.l States ooknowledg,
oil onr Republic as a foreign state,
Aninrioiins have Booked here is great
numbers.   In e-ery instance the  hand
uf fellowship lias been extended   (hum,
Not ii single ease of disagreement is
uu record. But wiih the first win note
of tbe oppressor wo are informed that
America is acting in league with the
enemy It our sister Republic lias no
s.v lifatln with us, il the linatscd onn-
di-s.'.nsion of the British is to be pre
1'erred to sincerity and truth, wn will
no longer believe in Hie Justine uud in-
legriiy of the American nation, and
ber profession of Uhii-iamty we will
consider eiipiv sound,"
i
ME iff WDE DP
licilin, Feb. 8,���Tha German For-
oigu . ffloe iienlce thai Dr. !������ ids. the
i i ii . I,- Agi nt i t inn rrun-viiiil is
..It, in,tiug ii, liniiiei' lairin,.ny t join
in an intervention moieineut, Ur
Leyds deoliues to discuss possible intervention -Hid denies that lie is going to .-st. Petersburg. He is nnder
u.eill.'ill ire���t,,..ent Ilm DinlOiuatlO
.Alcui did uot desire to e. phnsi/,e
ne liy there shnnld lie a bond of sympathy between the Unite.! t-tites "and
lhe I'ransuial ns it might nn'arra-s
Mr Uuntiigne While, the for net
i oiisiil-deii: iai of ihe ,��i in ii African
itepunlic mi Loudon, wbu is now in
tne United aiatc The latter, how-
Hvcr. is mn accredited to the Washing-
ion Quvernmeiit,
lir Leyds bus exhibited with mnoh
suiisfactiuu a speonnen if a Manser
osui Ly ilm Boers i nd maiinfui lured
hy Herr Luwn, nf Berlin. T'lm barrel
Is alinust euiupli ccb based in wood to
obviate beating.
A Silly Quarrel Has Reached
Its Termination.
THE   PATRIOTIC   FUND
r��w   Calls  Have. Yet  Been Mule, bat
ihere   Woie Sumo  "Absent
Minded Beggars."
(Special Dlppatohea to The Miner, i
London, Feb. il. ��� (-:'IOp. m.)���The
War Offloe is silmit as regards Genera]
Bnller, bul there is eery reason to believe that he is continuing his move-
mem upon Lndyamitn, TIiobu who
aie in a position to know, conlliiu his
reported reoroesing of the Tugela Riv-
er, and believe he wus engaged yeator-
day.
i lie news from Ladysmith on Thursday mviug tbe    Loir forces were lenv-
ug^agaiu and thai tne hesieglllg force
was considerably   dimiuiabed tends io
< iniiii in this
Field    Marshall     Lnnl    Roberts   has
notified the War Ollice that forty Highlanders,   who weie   urevmnslv lenurt
e,i killed at Milgcrsfiiiili'in, are prlBO I-
ers nl Pretoria.
London, Feb. 8.��� Important events
are prubnblv faking place in the Upper Tugela, hui the press censors are
allowing no news tn get through by
tlm ordinary exohang-B. Charles Williams, ihe capable military critic of
Lhe Lender, who has exceptional
sources of information, howover, aud
who has hitherto been wonderfully uc-
curute in ins statements with regard to
Hnller's campaign, declares tins morning Ihat Bnller has again advanced,
mid if he did not attack the Hoers yes.
teiriay, engagements would he enm-
inched hy this morning. Williams
does not profess to be able to know in
wbloh direction Bnller bus moved, but
it is by no means unlikely Im has pro-
c. eiie.l hy way of llcgansnooit, where
Lunl Duudoiiahl made bis ri-conunis-
snnce a few days ago
Ottawa,Feh. ii ���Mr, B. niief, of Kast
i.1 i.e. e, w ill move, "Thai, in the
opinion ot the House, tlm lime bus
arrived when a lix, ii mui uefiniti   line
I of i- In ll shnnld ii.' iinih rWiken on tl.e
question ol the tiausuurttiliuii .1 giaiu
ami Other ennui ouiiies uf tne Noith-
iiest and Wesieni Stales ��itn the
view   of   ceuieri   g   the   same   to   ihn
| greatest  possible  exteut  to  Uuundiun
cllllllUl-IS."
Ii is un.iorstond thnl Sir MacKenzle
Unwell, iu the Si-niin , will move lor
lhe curies.-ondi nee between Major-
Ueuernl button, and Lieutenant-Uol-
unci Sam Hughes, which is alleged to
have resulted In the hitter's failure to
go in commission in .^outli Africa ���
It is understood that when the list ot
officers ot the Mriiihcuiui Horse shall
be published tbe name of Lieutenant-
Uoluuel Mini Uuuhes, will be among
the number, The breach hetween the
galiant Colonel and the Major-General
coiiimuu ilUg, is said to have heen
sufficiently healed to periuit the latter
10 reeomnieiid Colonel lln::i. - for the
post.
There have luen ;is yet hui  few calls
on the relief committee of the Onuad
lan Patriotic Fuud. A couple cf instances have, however, turned up, III
which money has heen put to use for
the relief of real distress. It bus been
decided thai authority for its expenditure shall rest wholly with the authorities here, imr when cases of hardship
are made snoil u the relief committee
will have autburiiv to provide a
ohaque uot exceeding IDS, It will rest
with the executive to give whatever
more is thought lit. If would seem as
though some of the beys who joined
the Canadian force for South Africa
went off without the foresight for their
wives and families that should have
tempered their ardor. This may be.
and probably is, due generally to sheer
thoughtlessness, but ihe fund will certainly come iu of great value before
many mouths are over.
London,   Feb.   8.���Major   Bathnrst,
,vbo was wounded at the battle of Co-
l_uso, iirrivan at Southampton today
on board lhe Servia. He says there
are 20.(Kill Boers at the Tugela River,
out that General Bnller oan Jatt
chrongh if he  is prepared  to sacrifice
nve or six thniis..ud men.
The first batch of wounded men he-
uuging in the naval contingents serving in South A.rica has arrived in
iiluglanii.
Tmy tne mostly skilled gunners,
ilny snv that ilm lions' Maxim N. r
.iiitcldt, . ne poi.no qniok tiring guns,
inivc u must demoralising effect on
I hi British, The ginn ure nude iu
..nglniid. hnt they nm nni supplied
lu the British tn nns.
Sterkspruit,  .lan. HO. ��� Commauduut
illivei, ol lhe uraugt lieu Mine, in a
sreeob to ilm Boers tit Lady lire... said
mil i.Is m. u weru ali.-oM siiriuiin.:. o
ii Storinherg, uno uule-s riciiiils ner>
|. ribeoining, he would he compelled
to uiiuiidou tne position,     i! is udtllltt
n that in the nciiit light at Ladysmith tlie Boers lost Linn killed uno
niio wounded Many Uoionlsts who
fought ui Btormbeig have gone baos
iu their lm in- and nave reli.se.i lo re
tiir.i to active .prvioe, though threaten.
, ii w iih uc,oh .mn ng these are s m .-
cuiispicuoi.a Burghers who urigiusliy
invited the Ifree Btaten to Invade
Oape Colony,
New York, Fell. 11. ���Very little news
of lhe situation iu South Allien has
lui.ii.I its way nut of Lnmlnn tuning
the past _4 hours .Much work i- in
progress on the southern frontier ot the
I'leo Suite, but the details are   being
held hank Mull insults call 1,'n reported,
That is thu luipreisiou made hy such
dlspniahea ns are allowed to come
through Irom bterk.trom and French s
oamp, imai Cnle.hurg, T'lm report
ilint the Unci hisses at iSpion Kop un
Wednesday last, exceeded one thousand
dean, although nncoiilirmeil, bus created a favorable lmpreuiou and verv few
are disposed In disciedit il.
Thu Aiuiniiig Lender believe, that
Qeneral Bullet has hegan a movement
toward   Liulysmith.    The article says:
"Uenerul   Bnller   probably  engaged
scon niter noun ycslerday (t'liiuiv). if
all his artillery and munition, hud
001116 up. In any case, bis orders were
definite fur an advunco at tlm latest
tins morning,
There is uo actual news to lupporl
tlm statement Of The Leader, bul several of the London   papers   profess   to
believe thnt. Qeneial Buller is pushing
toward La.lysniith. Warren's irnups
00 Wednesday, were still resting south
ni tlm Tugela, while General   liyttle-
. ion's brigade  shullud   It. position on
' Tho north bank.
Effect of G-osohen and Wynd*
ham's Recent Speeches.
SITUATION IS GRASPED
Now   i but  thu  Govcininent  Keco_uizea
an   Will Repair Mistakes, all
Will Se Well.
Toronto, Out., Feb. il. ���Ors. Mount,
and Sheppard nnd Peter Byers wero
today committed to stand iri.il for
causing the death of David Grant hy
applying to bis chest a caustic plaster,
that ale through Ihe chest wall and
exposed the lungs. The case is being
followed with Intense interest by men-
lool men, who have been crying ont
against cancer cure method, for some
time. Byers is of Quaker hirth and it
is said the pasta he employed has heen
used by lhe cninmuniiy un lhe lecuin-
meudatinn of his tamlly for genera-
tioiis.
Winnipeg. Keh. il.���T C.Scobble has
heen appointed ecorentry to the re-
ceinlv na.ii-d Board ol Commissiuuers
to 1 ok into tlm conditio i ol Ihe Provincial finances.
II. .) Peareou Civic Health Inspec
tut,  received a  telegram    yeatetney,
c nvayiUB the sail news   .1'   the   death
nf his son, Henry M. Pearson, by acot-
eninl  iruiiiiing    t Ma< iiiiish. Wash.,
i inns lay nfli riinnu
un Monday there will be several
more Prnviuoiai eleotion protests Hloil.
-nuth Brandon will be protested hy
ilm Conservatives, and Ulmli, Cypres*,
Kns-ell Ninth H'lin.l.'ii. Sunns and
-i.skaii hevMiii ��ill nil probably he protested by Mm Liberals,
Hamilton, Ont.,   Feh.   8.���Silnsnns
flank suspended piiini'in tunny, de
pre-sinn in leal .'stale In ing given OB
the oanse, Thn hank wn. owned bj
.liinies Snnsiiiis, nf Chi'ago, und has
heen lining lnis.ness unn.lonily simv
lh4T. Nn ixi'iii 'cnl ni- can.sell by the
suspension ami it is generally believed
,i will pay every dollar dm- depot tors,
lhe an iiiiii! nf debts has lint li.cn as
ceilaincd yel
Montreal, Feb. 8.���Antoine,   Robert
and Augnsle Morel are iimler arrest
heie charged with shooting two polloe-
nen ai S'laninn, I'.i., last summer.
The nun were found by officers acting
in ii mysterious manner around the
residence of a wealthy citizen ol Huron-
ton  and   attempted   to **
in    nri.'si    ui.'iii
��he i ilm men simi   them and escaped
Both officers    have
irom their Injuries,
arrest   ibem,
... ll.
since recovered
Valley Field, One.. Feb. il.���The
strike ol two tb.nsnnd employees of
the Montreal Cotton Hills is ended,
The employees go buck on Monday on
the promise of (be management to consider nm grievances,
Three Riven, Que, Keh. B.���The
market here, a large hru-k building
valued at if '.'ii. imn. burned down last
night With its entire contents,
aiiec, 90,000.
Insui-
Toronto,   Feb, 8.���According to fig-
,���������, of nm new directory lust out. To
roiito lias now n population ul'   .iV'.OW
London, Feb. ii. ���To sny the nation
stood uppnUed at tlm tone nnd Bnh-
Rtance nf t e earlier speeches ot the
official leaders of 'nth parties in Parliament dues uot go beyond the truth,
Snue then, however) tbn-e has come
leliet from ninsl unexpectetl quarters,
the sitmiti u has been listincily cleared and tl,e country has nnw grounds tn
hole1 that the Cnhinet means to act,
not talk, and is thinking .-f the work
aln ad. rather than f self sxcnlpation.
Thanks, firstly to Mr. (Jeorge Wynd-
bam, Under Secretary of Br-nte for tho
Wnr Ollice and ilmu to Mr. Oeurge
J. Uoscheu, First Lnnl of the Admiralty, much of the gloom lias been dis-
celled, and the nation is able to feel
r*hore comfortable on ilm essentia]
point that 'he deficiencies nf organization have been fnllv recognized and
thnt the Government is determined to
remedy them. There is small wonder
the country l_ asking   why, if a suhor
dinati nnher   of  tbe   Government
like Mr. W'ynilhain, and   Mr. Oosehen.
who though formerly an impassioned
Otlltor. of recent years has lust much
of Ins foreefnines-, are jihle to produce this tranqnilizing effect, slates
men of more conspicuous position bave
failed to adopt the same tone nf candor and good feeling. Lord Salisbury
and Mr Balfour distinctly prejudice.I
the Cabinet, and Sir Henry Campbell-
Baiiuerumn and Mr. .lames Ilryce.seii-
ously damaged the Liberals by their
apparent indifference to ihe most manifest currents of public sentiment.
Mr. Wyudham and Mr. Qosaben, however, proved thenc-elves in loucli with
natiunai opinion, and ns Mr. Gnsoheu
proceeded almnsi directly from a Chhl-
oet meeting to the House, the country
believes it is entitled to accept the resolute tones in which he spoke us a
token that the Ministers at length, appreciate the public's, right to know the
situation as ir effect* the Govern-
in.mt and the country,
Mr. Wyudbam'a speech Immensely
enhanced ins Parliamentary reputation, and his chances nf attaining
full Ministerial rank, He has been
a Boldier. a journalist, and is n railroad director and fairly rich, nnd connected bv relationship, and otherwise,
With the best names in tho oountry.
Willi political framing of high order,
Mr. Wyudham will most likely oe
among the gallery men leading Great
Britain in the 80th Century. Mr. Gos-
cben also rose to tbe mansion. Hn die-
played some of bis old time fire and
rouseilhis   hearers   to."strong   excite-
ment, notably when be charged Mr
Bryce, who declared the war unjust
ami nnnecsssary, with giving "a brief
to every enemy nf England "
The whole tone nf Mr. Gosohen's
measured language was reassuring and
showed thu Admltnlty i�� keeping n
goi.d uutlo ,k abend. There was no
mistaking the significance of his  in-
limation tbat The Admiralty has been
assiduously, yet niiiietnoiistintively,engaged in perfecting naval arrangements to meet all contingencies, Mr.
Gosoheu indulged in the usual ie-erva-
iiuii8 and niiaiiticnlions, tint the country rends hetween the lines n reongni-
non ot possible international dangeis,
and is immensely relieved nt .Air. Gos-
'hens nssiiianccH that the comnrv
ilius far has only put out its left arm
and might. lis right arm,with all the
muscles   hardened, is held   in   icserie
for possible foreign iitteiferenne in the
��ar, or for an effort to rob Great Britain of lis lruils ut viciory.
Mr. Cunningham-Graham, o former
member of Parliament, inquires iu an
open letter what Grual Britain has
gained, "ny all mil sqnlrmings and
LinieiiiiiL's before tho United sint,s."
us he defines  Grent   Britain's policy,
ami he ilii.s aii--wer)," An open ooor :
yes, and a hooted foot to kick u��
through it. It was ever the sneak's
reward lo he thus treated." He assumes ihat ibe sympathy of the United States is with the Hoers, and if
Great Britain has failed in r.ceiving
not only the sympathy, but almost ihe
neutrality nf the Culled Mates, that
this is Great Britain's reward fur bav
ing thrown "ier Spain, her ancient
a liy, ami coming magnanimously to
tlm assistance of the United Suites.
The Standard,  among Us death notices
today, piinis the following:
" McLneiiian -on Christmas day.shot
in Market S lUSrO, Harrysmith, Orange
free 8tnte,"oouth Africa, for tefnsing
in light against his own countrymen,
,lohn MuLaoblnu, Jr , aged 80, the
i lil.st sun ol .lohn McLiiclilun, of
WadSWOrth, and grandson of the late
.lohn McLaehlan, of Lambeth,
The Spectator, commenting on the
above, savs Unit if thn atutemcut contained In the notice is true,"tbe whole
I'.oi'li- h -spesking world should ring
with denunciations of u crime sn detestable.   Especially," it adds, "should
American, .peak ont on such a matter, fot Ihev showed lhe true wh}' 111
their treatment of technical rebels ami
set an example to mankind, '
The story that Mrs .louhert is with
Oeneral .luuhert ul thu trout, uud   per
sonally providing for his table, does
not surprise those who know something of tln.t energetic woman. She
went with him often in bis campaigns
against the natives. The old times
111 the laager, when with other women
she melted lead for bull.'Is for lhe men, i
have heen recalled hy Amsterdam ne-
qnaintanaes, whn taking her through '
the big Rlgks Museum, t.ninted out au
ancient pewter collitot'oil Her only
remark was, "(mod to make bullots
of."
A dispatch has been received from
Lady ltniidolph Churchill, who is on
hoard the American hospltnl ship
Maine, at Durban, saving the vessel
will he stationed there for the present.
The Mnmo was filling with wounded
men, including number, from tlm bat-
t\i of Spion Kop.
Mrs lilnw, (secretary of the Maim
Committee, requests the Associated
Press to deny tho statement published
in New York, that no wounded Uners
are taken on hoard thu American hospital ship. She snys this is absolutely
false. "The Maine," she add?, "is
under the Bed Cross and tbe wounded
of both sines are received and treated
with equal care, ami inn rest. "
What is   called a blizzard   by munv
AN HONORED GOES!
Leyds   and   Denward  Call
Upon Von Buelow.
LOTS OF FREE ADVICE
The Vo waerts Would Sec the War iruught
to au End���Paneeyrio on Emperor William
Berlin, Feb. 3 ��� Dr.Leyds, the diplomatic agent of ilie Trnnsvaal, continues   to   he   tho   sensation   here.    The
and n   heavy snow storui hy lhe   more  oQioiulR   of   tbo    British embassy   are
conservative Bnglishmen, visited Loudon yesterday evening, Light snow-
fell during the day, nut grew heavier
al night with the result, thut this
morning almost two inches lay uu the
lu use tops, but il was enough to paralyze the street-clniiuing department,
demoralise the telegraph service, una
greatly interrupt traffic.
THE WEEK IN ROSBLAMD.
-Or.
Smallpox Preventative   Measures-
Shipments to the Smelter.
Rossland, Feb. !!. ���Thn lucul Board
Of Health to.lay issued a proclamation
directing that all the iuhabitunfs of
Kossland be forthwith vaccinated as a
preventative against the smallpox epidemic in Washington and other states
to the south. Incoming mail continues to arrive in somewhat irregular
lashion, con tent a ot all opened man
bags being il. mined at North port, uml
fumigated for 16 hours and then sent
on, Closed lings oome through direct
and most of the eastern ami western
Canadian mail comes now by Canadian faciiie.
All isolated hospital building lias
been completed but so far uo cases of
smallpox have occurred. The health
nuthoiites keep up a strict quarantine
over passengers,mail and baggage from
the south.
A mass meeting will be held Wednesday ro heck -nip, the offer of ill.lHUI
troops for South Africa, aud to consul- j
idate Kossland's efforts for the Patriotic and ntbet war funds. Nearly .il,-
nun has been raised so far and more is
to come.
The ore shipments from Rossland
camp for tbe week ending February il,
are again well over the average, 5,745
Ions having heen sent down to the
smelter, The output from the Lu Km
was one of the largest shipments ever
sent out hv tho mine in any one week,
over 3,600 tons having been sent to Ilr*
Northpott smelter. The Centre Star
shipments have come hack again to the
j average looked for of 1,000 tons per
week.
Tim total shipments fir January
were _4,4H_.fi tons, approximately,having an estimated value of i��-l!l!!,77fi
The corrected returns for January
showing the smelter weight are not nil
iu, hot a slight change has been made
in tha returns for I, X. L., Evening
'Star, and (liiinr. The following fig-
lures are given for the January shipments :
Le Rol, 9,198; War Eagle, 8,231,6;
Cent- ��� Star, u.liJS n; Iron Mask, 976.fi
tons. Appended is a detailed statement of the shipments of ore from
Rossland camp, (approximately) for
thn w.ek ending February ii, and
vein- to date: LeHoi. fur week,
8,64(1, year, 10,882 ions; Wur Eagle,
week 1,8.7, year 8 888; Centre Slur,
week 978.0, year (i.olli.fi; Iron Misk,
week --ii.."), year l 071 : Evening Smr.
week '.'a. year 55; I. X L., week 50,
year 98; Monio Cristo, year a.ii; (ii
ant, yenr 42. Total for wens, 6,745;
fin year, 30,770 fi funs.
ASSASSIN   SUCCESSFUL.
Frankfort, Ry ,   Feb.   8.���Governor
(iiulicl is dead as ,i result    of Ihe   shin
be received a   lew dais   ago    Exactly
one boor after the death or   Mr.   (Joe-
lad   .1. \V   C.  Reek man, was sworn  in
t Frankfurt, Ky., as Governor of the
State.    The  oath wns administered h>
S   J.  ShncTcl'i.rd,    Olerk nf the   Coin!
. t Appeals    The first action  officially
ot Mr. Beekmnn was  the appoint iient
oi a   n.w   Adjutant-General   nnd  his
hist act.   before   nssnining 'he oath was
Inn   order removing   AdjntnnM'em-mi
I Collier and Assistant Adjulant-llencrul
i Dixon,    Mr. Beekmnn  seemed  deeply i
[affeoted by the position in which  cir
ciimstnnccs lunl placed bim ami he
did nol reveal much joy over the cm,
' rutulatioiiM which those iu the room
showered npon him, although he accepted them gratefully.
amazed at the warmth of his reception
and   the   interest   taken   in the   war,
Whioh is most intense.    Dn. Leyds, the
correspondent is reliably informed,bad
another long   onnfetenoc   with  Count
j Von Buelow. tbe Minister of Fnieign
! Affair , yesterday at the Foreign ollice.
I Dr. Leyds refused to   make any   state-
I tnent -m tbn subject    It  is sad   that
11lie Transvaal special   commercial representative,  Uenwnrd, who   is new iu
I liollund, has heen  summoned  to Berlin, where he will   give authentic  information ahout  a number of oomuiBt-
jcial   details touching  upon  Transvaal
j imports and exports.
German press comment during the
' week was mnoh more moderate, There
| was a remarkable editorial tndav in
the Vorwnerts, headed, "England at
the Turn of the Road," saying Kng
land's prestige thus far, has ont suffered by the war or the defeats, hut the
paper advises England'a laboring population to insist ou the rupid concliisluu
of pence us their interests, above all,
would suffer bv a longer war.
The Magdeburg Zeitnng publishes a
letter from Commandant Albrecht, the
Orange Free Srat" Artillery chief, dal-
ed Krousruad, Deo. 17.���He Bays President Kruger is an unimpeachable
character, one of the Brainiest r,f patriots.     TllO commandant adds:
"Tbe artillery hitherto has proved of
little avail on both sides, in spite nf
the fact that the Eoer guns are bettei
than these of the English, and that
the Bners mm better Mum the Kngli��li.
The bottles nf Miigcisfonlein and Colenso were decided by the rifle and
not by the guns."'
It. concludes with saying that the
judgment from tbo present war is Hint
the losses through the most model ti
weapons arc not greater tbnn before,
hut raihei smaller.
The news fiom Egypt of mutiny
among the ISgvptinn troops at Khar
tonm is regarded here gravely, especially as private dispatches confirm the
reports previously received. In circles
close io the Government, it is considered n spread nf the mutiny, and an
uprising like Arahi Pasha's is in prospect. Here it is also believed that in
such a case, France would he sure to
actively intermeddle, probably hacked
uii by Russia.
Syndey Oddan, an expelled captain
of the German army, once military
instructor of the Emperor, and Inter
convicted of high treason, is now
charged here with defrauding u number of employees while in Paris iu lies-
iness The French authorities excelled bim on hearing of the charges. He
H'tnrund here of his own accord to rotate them.
News from the west of Germnny
shows there have been heavy snow
falls there, especially in tho mountains.
An article by Sir Edward J. Reid,
chief constructor of Hm Hritish Navy,
ou the Emperor,in _he��ent<cbe Revue,
is creating a pleasant sensation, The
urticbj being extieniely appreciative
and sympathetic, iustnnning a number
nf points fton the vvnter's personal
observation showing His Majesty's re.
miiikiihiy olose  and accurate informn-
tion abont naval and other dilliiciilt
matters ami the Emperor'B fieeno.ii
from prejin ice,
At I'mnsfiirt-nn-lli'-Miiiii, Ihn women baie started a subscription fur the
purpose uf erecting a nu,nun.cut to
I luelhc's lint i,. r.
Tim United StateB Amba.aador, Mr.
Vndrew ll. White, will give large
diplomatic di inn i-. nn l'i brnary 17 end
34, ami March ii He will also given
Washington's Birthday reception lo
ihe American Colony,
Hen- Frebibin.hr, u  financier,   gave
la luncheon today at Hollsbrnd  ol   Ur.
Leyds,    Mr.  While   wns   Invited,   hut
declined,   pleading   a mass of  official
work.
A BROTHER'S SUIT.
New York. Fob. il ���Rndolph H. Evans, brother of the late Dr.Thomas \V.
Evans, ihe millionaire dentist who
saved the impress Eugenie by taking
her out of Fans ill his carriage ot the
downfall ol the French Empire, has
sued the executors of his brother', e.
lain for a palrition of real hropeitv
owned bv Ur. Evans in this stnte. Dr.
Evans died in Paris in November,
1S1I7. He hnd nn wife, nnd the bulk of
his property wus left by bim ro different Institutions.
HOCKE.  AT GREENWOOD.
(i reen wood,    1!.
hockey game Bos
C, Feb, ::.- Tlm
land ami Greenwood
resulted In favor nf Kossland, by three
to two. The first game wai won by
the Greenwood team In seven minutes,
and ihe second, Rosslnud, three minutes. Kossland seined again nt the
end of   the   flr��l half,    The  piny   was
about  equal,   ihat   far.   The second
hah opened In favor nf   Kossland. both
playing strong. The Greenwoods pull,
ed together and kept Rossland on ilm
dofi nsivn until the end nl play.
Greenwood scored towards the end in
15 minutes, The ploy throughout was
last and Interesting. The Rossland
hoys were banqueted ut the Pacific.
SMALLPOX
Mil.   WHITE.
Albany, N. Y.,   Feh.   il. ���Mantngne l
White,  'agent of   the  Trnnsvnal,    will      Tacnina, Wash,
arrive here  this afternoon   and  will hi killing Indians by tbe dozens on the
spend the night at the executive man�� IOolvllie   reservation,     The    Indians
���Ion,
RAMPANT.
Feh.   8.���Smallpox
refuee to submit to medical treatment
T NELSON   DAILY   MWfi__,;_Stf NDAY^-BBRUARY   4- ipog
Nolson Daily Minei
I'utillaneil fally ei.cpt Mon-ny,
X    Ll I.- .l(V*K   PaiMTIVO   k Pl'BLISHINU C'l .
II   J    BEATON. Edllor and Manager.
SjliUCKIPTIo.. RaTBB,
ll ,ily par month by ft&n'cr	
t"-r half yoar	
per yo* r	
pery^ar Ijy nioll 	
porye.r foroUrn.	
tor potl Inn " And tbe reason it aonntu
for i" tl :i_ la tbat tbin same Mr Mur-
lin had -. rree bunt! fur years in ei
nloltinR Manitoba, during whioh time
he loaded op the statute Looks with
aii M-ii- of absurdities and monitrost-
ies. For any legislation whioh Mr.
Martin may propose in British Columbia tve require soino better precedent
than Mr, Martin's own handiwork.
Valentines
Nk-.son Wekkiy Minkh.
Weekly, pei !.-iif yoar  -9
p_r rear	
per year, foreign	
tfabMriptlon. invariably in ndranoei
-.   I.on Min :r Printing* PubllshlngCo
NEL60N. B. C.
'[ KLBPHONE     No.    144.
REWARD.
11k- Miner will pay Si" reward
for information ih.-u will lead to the
arrest and conviction ol an; person
who stt'.ils ;i copy of ihis paper
Ireir. the premises of our subscribers.
The local orpin of th. labor agitators
prints s letter purporting to be signed
by two men recently emnloyed to
work In the Kntetprise mine. It is
tbe old story of having been deoeived.
They say they were engaged thrnut-'li
Mr. Line's sgenoy. Being In Nelson,
they iiiii not require to depend on any
agent's representations to learn the
facts 1- to tbe labor situation; all they
hnd ro do was t" walk th.- length of
Taker Street and keep their ears open.
We are afraid the letter is very like
the im[ier thul prints it- a good deal
nf a fraud	
See here, Hume; nev.-r mind the
���Slocun kickers. Who cares for the
mlno owners? It is not capital we
want tn make, this a great country, but
an eight-hour day. with nothing to do.
Expect letter.
Comic
and
Sentimental
Hit-em-Harcb
FALL  SUITINGS
A full line of
Harris Homemade Tweed-
From Talbot Harris, Scotland
S       FRED J. SQUIRE
Fancy Fall  Goods  of
every description. Call
and inspect my stock.
BAKER STREE1
SON'S
COMPANY.
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I
Valentines
MR  ORKBN AGAIN
We are sure the   amiable   Mr,  i.r
will exonso The Kootenaian 11 in it-!
mercy it shall deeide In be Ies-. per-i-t
.-nl in its attentions in thai gentleman. I
It -eoms that one ,,i the gods win,in '
be worships i- Mr. John Houston, j
This is not Haltering tu Mr. Qroen
lor tho god is a very little one indeed
,/ -:,
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f ftlAMUAy
CcVNADA  DRUG &
BOOK CO.
WANTED.
Hut then,   it   mav   la
Mr.   Qreen is
correspondingly little. This Mr.
.lohn Houston was u party to the tricks
nnd fraudi h> which Mr Hume was
enabled to defeat Mr FarweU a year
ago. One of them was to import a
number of fraudulent voters from the
Slocan district, and another tn bargain secretly with Mr. Wilks for the
purchase of the labor vote, the prloe
being a promise of an eighthoui day.
We shall let The Kootenaian -peak
for itself in what follows:
"Mr. Green knew that the change
was not called for in the Slocan Hiding, an.l foresaw that it would lead to
trouble.
"Mr. GreeuJJwas under a speoifla
pledge voluntarily given in his election card, printed and distributed over
the country, and lead and defended
by himself on the platform, to alow no
amendments to pass to the mining
laws without proper submission to
tho consideration of tho mining communities. It was only neOWMT) for
Mr. Qreen to rise in bis place and explain his position and refer to bis
pledge and ask for delay. The sleery
members would have sat up in their
chairs, nttention would have been attracted, questions asked, and when
once discussion begun il would not
have ended until Mr. Hume had with
drawn bis surropitious proposition and
agreed to introduce it. if at all, in
accordance with the usages nt nlvilis
ed nations.
"Mr. Green kept his seat. Mr.
Green voted for the^ amendment. Mr.-
Qreen returned to his constituents,
apnligizing for tbe meunte an.l pointing ont subterfuges by which it might
he evaded.
"The Eight-Hour law ha* eo-l the
people of the Slooan Riding to this
date one million of dollars Kaslo is
not dead, the Slocan Riding is not
dead���the Slocan Hiding can stand lhe
loss of a million dnllurs.
"Mr. (Jreen voted for the Eight-
Horn law to oblige his friend Hume,
to oblige his friend Houston, to enable
them to discbarge tbe eleotion debt
which they had contracted to Mr.
Wilks.
"The injury so far has not fallen to
any great extent upon the Nelson Killing.
'We have paid tbe million dollars-
several thousands or it have come onl
of Mr. Green's own pocket.
"Tho end is not vet���the loss of further millions, worlds of trouble, strife,
perhaps ciime and lawlessness, sm in
sight."    	
A correspondent is j_no.l enough to
direct oor attention tu the persistent
misrepresentations in which Mr.
Houston's paper indulges in its references to the mine owners. Hut what
else is expected from tiiut source- nf
course it misrepresents, ior it could nol
bo the organ of the Montana Unions if
it did not. It says, tor instance, tbat
the Payne people pay their miners
unlv |'i per day. It is to the credit ol
the Payne Company that, nlthough the
men agreed to c-.ine for fl a dny, thev
were put tn work at tbe wsge offered
the Union, which wns $8. SB a day.
And   thai   wage   has   been paid them
withont   Interruption   or abatement
The fact disposes of another misstate-
ment, that the owners were Dot sincere
in their offer of 18.80, when negotiating terms of settlement with lie Union, -      	
In an urti.i.    opposing Mr. Martin's
amendment   to   legalise   champerty.
The   News Advertiser   says   the   fact
tbut   it   is  permitted    in    Manitoba
"counts for nothing."   That Is au em
inently wise observation   "n   tbe   part
ol Mr. Cotton's paper; it  does "count
ANOTHER MISREPRESENTATION.
In yesterday's Tribune a h-tter.signed by Ed. Lester and T. Fisher, states
thai Mr. Love, of the Nelson Employ*
ment Agency, hired them under false
pretenses to work nr tbe Enterprite
mine. Yesterday afternoon a Miner .
reportei happened to meet a gentleman I *M-���]onT, Treinl��TTrv,r,v,i-   A ^	
who wa, in mi. Love's office at th- Nelson Lmployment Agenc,
time Lester was in, and he slat,-- positively that Mr. Love fully exlained
the situalion to Lest.-r. tha latter Haying that be was broke and Ihat he
must get to work at once, "union or
no union," that he went nwav with
full knowledge of the situation and
that be accepted the situation alter having everything explained to bim. At
Slocan City Le-t.-r evidently met some
Union men who made his financial
conditio!? such that he could refrain
from working, and slill live, "union
or no union." Thn letter he signed
certainly did not state the case as it
was.
ftiAArW
tmmmmmMm
NELSON WINE CO.,
where yuu can depend on  getting tbo best
We have just received
;i carload ot choice
Vegetables
POTATOES,
CABBAGE,
ONIONS,
BEET?,
CARROTS,
TURNIPS,
PARSNIPS, ETC.
:  nun.  ..uu   inn   a, |" i ,;  on   KCHHIK   WU   Den. ,
took (Woman)     Two Woodcboppprs. , Bran-sin thi market nnd any quantity from j
Waitress.    Girls for Housework. 110c. up.   Prices cm,not be disputed,
CONTRACTS    TAKEN    FOR    WAMOX11 ' 'MUMM 9-.
J.H.LOvG^Baker-1     F���A'T���, M,r.,
���*-   i Baker Street,
Nelson
E. J.SCOVIL
MIVIVL unikni.      NOTARY iiiiiii.
Windermere Mines.  Corrosp
WINIiERMKRR,
oncoSol'cltod |
,<. n.
Hudson's Bay Stores
West Baker St.. Nel.on.
Telephone 13.
50 Cases
New Drugs
and riedicines
Received this week,
fresh from the manufacturers.
H. F. M'LEAN
Druggist.
Telephone IM.    P.O. Bo-OS.    Baker Street.
Mull unl. r- Promptly Attended To.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
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J My $12,000 stock of BOOTS AND SHOES must be sold
3J inside of 30 days.
MOULDINGS, SASB DOCJI..
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST  FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
Mill ul IMI.OT HAY.
Ynnls, NELSON and LARDO
HEAD   OFFICE
isr_Ei_so_isr.
J.   A.   SAYWARD.
MISCELLANEOUS
AiU ertUtreenU Iiuer-iff. nn-dar thb head *1
thon. of one oont _. word i"-r In-wrtlon No
uvaitlMmaotUkanftirtfl    baa tt oont*       <
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Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Men's Fine Shoes,
Children's Fine Shoes,
MINERS'  SHOES.
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^ The Best Goods from the Leading Factories, at your own %
WANTED.-To    Hem    a   farnl-hed
hoOM, live or six r,��oiii��. epplv A. II.,
Miner Offloe,
WANTED -Work   Rl     ebnniben.ini.l
Addma Mnrv Walker, SmIo,
LARUE   comfortable    room   in  nenr
b"n��e, cor  Hull and   Hoover,   for
rent.
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price.   Don't fail to call today.
NEELAND'S SHOE
EMPORIUM.
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H'HM.-'llKli ROOM,   uml   lm_r.l   i.
private fatnilT, -.'i per weeK, Oarl __
���te Street, iir.l .l.Kir ea.t of  joaephlne
��� Nelson Cleaning and Dyeing F, J, BRADLEY & CO. IsPEOTAT SATP
Establishment. n\jULL fcALL
8,  1). FIKKKK Prop.
Ladies' and dents' Clothing cleans I
SIGN WORK A SPECIALTY.
PAINTERS and
DECORATORS,
WANTED    i -   lady thorooRhlj oom
patent, poaltlon aa nnnw to loTalid,
ni bonaekeepei     Victoria Bpmloymanl dyed, altered and repaired.
""'""". Wlnnlpen, SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED      |fi_OT_Sr___r * (J? on pJ|5um,,,W '
.,,,,...,       . ,     , If.r.fll.r-ll.i.l, 111.111 nininunn,
iu i,_st���Nicely tor ii lined   toonni  on    ������������������������������������������ ������	
Silica is., et.iive donni eaal ol Moth. I
Odlil   I  lllirell.
WANTKIJ-
Mrs.
IN MILLINERY
-AT
McLaughlin's
BUY    A    BUDGET
And loam Bookkeeping and Office
Practice by the famous Budget S) �����
I tern, at the
Nelson Business College
Evening Classes Mondavi, Wednesdays and Fridayi,
sF�����HSSjThere is a Clearing Out Sale in Gents'
Furnishings on at O'REILLY'S.
MJ   i  mar    ",,niliali\
Ll 1ST    nne black   Eiaher   tail   from
a lu.lie��' fnr boa,    Kinder pun-.-   ie
tun. to n  ,\. MoFarlaod, (,'i'v.
Board  and Room.
First Class Hoard and Room;
Todd's old si and, in rear English
Church. Table Board, $4; Board
and Rnoin, $5 and 85.50.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. NELSON DAILY MINER/SUNDAY,   FEBRUARY 4, igpo
--./n n  A TV/TV The   fiiinitni-"    lor the   new   pollou
11    i'i PTWi+(tAJVLJj court in the Udd Fellow's   block  wus
,,     ,    Ui I ^^WXX moved in yesterday, aud   it is likely
iU' that the   next   culpril   will   lind   Mr.
��� |_vwi- * A^)^<^Af^���AlVVsrvv^l'^��v^r^*l/v nvvw
VVWVNNVVv*v*vW*\-W^
v-**nvv\v'-*/**_vw>*-w^
Lit'
0(,K1Y|_IS1KOVETHE
BJ _T__-T_-._-
They Vanquish
f five to Onn
the (idnon _even-APoor
Shoot of loo-
a h
Nil
pnli
fClllll
irwiH*8 '
11
two hookey  teams that
B excellent   games lor the
.,., die weather man would
, ,,i,ve   lirst class ice  for   in
���jrtiwoor-hri
Tbe bail"'""
Nelwu Hock.
,,���,i 11 no slid
ll'��,':,M'''.Tli'.'''ilhi'r'gi)t'"ii' ita deadly
*>.t'" , aceoontable (or a bad
W";h , ���_;1;i attempts at making
*''    ,,'ihe oust few days have been
ii-"1""',1 '"���, ���,,.;,     were    hobs   and
"""'"''Z'hummockS and in   between
l;���iiii's  of snow  that
uitlis of the year.
si-Hockey leapi and   the
e team met  for the  see-
nfter an   exalting motel.
1 won bv   five   goiila to  one.
���"- ���1 it, its .,_ __
11 bad
tlii'i'1
:opje��
tin'
ttstlie) nn
llii'in-'-
tin-
...   interfei
;.'      ,,,,-iiiliv with the movement of
n" ,|, |;,,t the match showed ihat,
constituted at present, tne
��� t, gallon is the superior of
team, The difference wus
not so nppnror.1 as n Thursday even-
i,!_���, the Nelson men showed great
" ,.i���������t 111 all lines of play, and
lii'ikui" tl'" lacrosse forward! more
. s.lv tlio team play of the latter was
Vi,,'v 'little m evidence nud availed
v��t( little when it was. The Ivst
nimttin Hm ioe was Wetmme, of the
,,;.;,... loam, who oertninly knows
i-l bolt in place Iho puck and uses
iijiiiKiil rn the best advantage���n qnal
ilrsulli lacking in most of Ihe other
.wjK 1'i'iiier is very last and of
\���mm 1,,'11,'lit 10 his team and
,;i,,i,:,.., although a bit nngnnoious,
|M lima winking man. Jells has n
only win nf checking that will not
add to Ilia popularity as the attend-
luteal the matches looteali s.
For tho Nelson team  Sun  Nceland*
mis nf niuii use. Ills goal keeping was
perhaps tlio feature of the match and
hid it nol been for his unerring eve
tbescore ngninst his team would have
\������ mn, h I it.cr Tom lHineun was,
n, u-u-il. brilliant    iii   bis   individual
work mul       game   he scored was   a
fine I11I nf nan man hockey. A forum 1 line thai will g''i into the wnv of
working ��ill> him will have to move
.err fust, Zimmerman ami Pollen
nude their lirst appearance on the
N,.|.,m leain. Th" former mains
iiinuiiil with apparently no particular
object in view imi the latter is a .lucid-
eil srqiiisitinn. Meanwhile. Duvi
Rutherford c ntinuea tn Improve,
Win a good sheel nl ice and a little
prteiic the ti ams will be onpable of
poiting up 11 game well win lb witness*
Intl. The loleree was very lenient
lilt ::.' ii nml 1 I,,-. .1 his eye" to some
mtk thai will prubnbly ool be tolerated when the men get in gnnil condition, nii'l better h' cke_ may he t xpi ol -
ed. Both teams cnnld undergo ehunges
tbi would add ennsidorably tn their
Itfe-Rtti and li tlm weather holds onl
togive tin 111 in lies to make th. in,
Nii-ail   Will    i   I SOS   -mnn    VI IV   good
hockey One thins is aim.,si certain,
ami 1l1.1t 1-  I in If the tun clubs cum-
hliied ihi - aid send to Rossland a
I, im thai in nld easily win the enn.
lmt with tlielr furces divided the
iiiiii'" ol 11 li are nol sn bright The
vtay it looksal piesent, in view nf the
Ivn tn"- Neelunds, Howden, VV
Dt n, 11,,, re, Perrior, Qreonlee.
���imiT. ii;;u, ri. w old  make 11  seven
I'-ii tl I* 11 Pi rhaps Archibald cuiild
H| either Howden nr W. Iliincan,
''���' ������ hei tire seven men required
odd team would have tn have nne more
OM ' n thi I'l.il'iii.iiiuii seven ihan lhe
olhi r,
ims last inghi   were   Nelson .
'"ii'.     Ni. lauds ;      point,      llniideli ;
'   Douuanj forward-, T. Dun-
m< (nsplsin)   Ruth.rford,   Zimraer-
 11. I'niii 11.
Laorosse-Hockey: Qonl.Nonn; point,
Arclilbsldi cover, Jeffs, (coptains) for-
warn., Wetmoie,   Thompson    "*
lees,
i!'!,i,,, \\.   \v.   Beaton:   umpires
_���'  Petei    nnd it, Thompson.
11"' l!'i"lm,l lean will hi- here on
'liv inch! to piny lhe Lacrosse
I ii|,.s tu., visiters will prove
''"'"'"'i ���' helter ii.au llmv were lust
winter Iho local hojs should win with-
'"" 'i gnu -i,.���l of trouble. At all
��m- ll will he B gam,, well w.irtn
Whig ii tho Infernal weather will only
".*'*" *'' ire   inwards helping   out tbe
Mhotents nl this line winter spurt
ine sine,ter   Hand   was   in attend
"""' ii-t nighi   and added very
'|' we pleasure ot the evening."
LOCAL __ND_ PERSONAL
,,!  ���' mn Mi iB ine, of   Kossland,   is
Kving a vlsli tn Nelson,
Mr, .1   I',,.,! Hitehie, ���f  Kossland. is
"���-'i'ii 11 vl.ii to Nelson.
. JJ1   n    - Bessley nml  ramlly ex-
"'i iu leave for Montreal at the end ..f
Ihis wci-k.
���*'������ "   M, I'larkehas   transferred   n
li '> interesl   tn   the
.".'"'"���'"I'pci  Mountain
O, Lull,
Crease in ins new quarters,
The necessary chairs and desks for
the lluiec Addition school have beon
obtained, and the school win open
tomorrow morning, under the superintendence of Mr, Waller Clayton.
This morning's service at Ht. Paul's
Presbyterian Ohuroh will bo the
monthly service for young psopla,
This evening Ilm ivuv. K. Frew will
pre mil ou "The Crime of Cain."
Mi. L. li. MeiTil'icld, chief engineer
for lhe Keoiiiituienl (las Company, ai-
riveil in town last night from Toronto,
He will probably remain here until
the company is in u position to supply gas.
The BosBlanders are trying to get a
special recruiting station for the
Strathcona Horse located there on the
ground thnt thelr's is tbe third oity
111 the I'roviuce. (iull and impudence
will, however, fail this time.
Tomorrow The Miner will he ready
lor business ill its haudsonif new
offloe in the Broken Hill blook, The
part known as the Treves addition will
hereafter be the  headquarters  of  the
pioneer paper of Ihe Kootenays.
Mrs, j. Roderick Kobortsmi wishes
n acknowledge the receipt of socks [or
the soldiers iu South Africa frum Mes-
iinmes  George Uitobie,   Fleming  and
Mcliuirc.nnil Misses Sinitb .mil Walsh
Mrs. Robertson has received l'JS pairs
up to date.
At 1111 curly hour this morning it
mas rumoicii that there was u Ure ut
the Silvei King mine, bnl, though the
n ire wits working, it was impossible
to establish ti hipbone connection with
ihe mine, while no nno in town apparently knew anything definite about
it.
The "uerchatits of Sandon have culled a pnblic meeting to discuss the In-
inn- troubles .nul try to oome to some
solution which will put nn end to the
present state of .affairs which is paralysing theli business, Mayor 1'iits
of Sandon will take the chair, and delegates from the   various   Slocan   Lake
points will be oresent,
The KcHsbuid Carnival begins on the
1: ih and ends on the 17th instant,
i'i.rail) will be given away in prises,
and the events on the programme include ii ladies'   hockcv   match,    senior
and jnnlor championship bookay tonrn*
anient, snu.vshnc mid ski racing and
jumping, cnasiing matches, cutter and
dog laces, fancy skating and skating
races. There will he a grand masquer
.ul,, nt the link and a grand carnival
street parade Bpeoiul rates have been
announced by the C. lJ. It.
A citizen enmplains of the pound
dues charged ill Nelson. He says that
yesterday his horse was placed iu the
City pound at abont B p. ra. At -1
o'clock lm heard of it, and went down
Th e ponndkeeper was not there, bul
when he found bim,    be   was  charged
|S.HO.     He was informed  that *i   of
ibis went to the City, il was for the
use nf the pound and SO cents lor notices, although none had been posted
Op, lie wns also told tl at had he nol
come when he did heAvonld have l)"eu
[charged another dollar for feed.
SKATES   AND   SHOES
Are  you jjoiiij^ to the  Riiik?    If  so  you
will probably need a pair of Skating Shoes.
WE   HAVE  THE   SHOES
Ami can
il" you will
n nil    have
;upply your
come carl)
them   put
needs on short not
ring your
on   free   ot    cl
Skate
liargc
ULL1E BROS.
\^^^ ^ ^w-_v~~~~��� ^~~-_���~-
There is a Clearing Out Sale of Gents'
Furnishings on at O'REILLY S
ing
Bought and Sold.
5000 Big Horn Treasury, A snap.
=_= I     1000 Noonday   600 Richelieu
! Ross, Lee St Taylor j
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Victoria Street, Nelson,
(Opposite the Postoffice);
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ALSO   EDMONTON,   ALTA.
���������������������.
DEALERS  IN���
Nelson Opera House j
Roferendum Treasury stuck.    Sold
on liiKtalliueufs 7',.,.'., une third down.
Nights Only
COMMENCING
��� 1
! J Monday, February
WILLIS'
House and  Lot in
' tion of town, S.i.soo.
Ilini^e   and   lot    for
business part of city.
business por
Hub
Pl'i.1
clu-
"II
-CALL ON-
ii "COON-OWN 400
X        The Premier Colored Organization of America, in
,H. A. PROSSER,
HIIOKKl!,
WARD ST.
FOR MACHINERY
FLOUR,   FEED,
GRAIN
AND   HAY.
��.���������...
CAR   LOTS   A   SPECIALTY.
������������������������-���>���
Correspondence Solicited.
RAGTIME
OPERATIC
BURLESQUE | ^
!ll5 Leaflint Goloreft Artists
niOALKY BLOOK
Bukor Strool
AT THE HOTEL HOME,
\v  n. Braylon and wife,   Kaslo: R.
Mi'llnire. Molly 'lib-on mine; W.
Munis, Nelson; W, ('ranslon, Winni
pea; Frederick Killer, Auanuuda;;
Chillies 1; Griffin, Ontario Powder
Works; Geo. A. Mulntyre, Vancouver;
.1. s. Lawrenoe, Robeon; 3, (.'. Conlin.
Victoria; G, E Manuel, Donald ; .las.
T dales, Vancouver: C H. Hcadwin.
London: Dole S. Kwart, Victoria;
.lames Lindsav, New York; II. \V.
(ieiliiinlt, .1. K. MoOullooh, Winnipeg.
fiQREAT DISCOUNT SALE!
AT A. FERLAND'S.
INCLUDING
I
R
Terrier,
Vocalists,
Dancers,
Comedians,
Pretty Girls.
Having jusi rctumod from tho Bogtorn Markote, whore 1 havo boon purohnaing
Rprlnu Good- which aro now m transit to Nolaon, and to make ronto im- the sumo, wo
will for tlto next ion dnyfl do away with tho ordinary profit and cell goods at lOpor
centadvannoou wholoHalo oost. this 10 poroont biting just Huffiotont io pay freight
chargos, Thld In an opportunity nui often presented to the pnbltoe Hero aro a row
sample price";
I The Black Bostonian
il
Quartette.
WIRE ROPE AND ROPEWAYS
Blolchurt and Httllldlo 8j'��tonlB,
WATER TUBE BOILERS
Baboook ami Wilt-ox. etc,
GAS and OI_r~ENGINES,
FLEXIBLE METALLIC TUBING, cle.
ij.c.t7crofts,m.i..mi,
_.    NELSON, B. 0.
Or to Frkoosson __ 0ROFT8,Vancouver
KNU1NKKHS AND  AQKNTS.
ESTIMATES.     PLftNS.    REPORTS.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
GENERAL BROKER
Box 683.  Phonos Office, U"; House, 1112.
Insurance; Real Estate.
MONEY TO  LOAN
Best Terms.
FOR   RENT.
3 and 5 Hoom Houses 112.40. $t".M
FOR   SALE.
7-Kooni Bouso. modern convoulonoon    ,$3
DRESS   GOODS.
I The Coontown 400
��� i
Jubilee Singers.
i*
Weilm -
team,
GOLD BTEGL OR DEATH
"There is Inii.  nne   small  chance   In
save yinil' life an.l I lint   Is   thvollgb  an
operation.*' wiw tho nwtul pros] i set
before Mi-. I. B, Hnnl at Lime Ridge,
Wi*. , by her doctor after vainly trying
In cine li>,|' nf a frightful ease of  snuii-
neli in,uiili-ami yellow jaundice, lie
didn't ciintit nn ilie ninrvelloua power
nf lOlecii ic Bitten i.i cure Rtoinaoli ami
Liver troubles, but she beard of It,
t.i.ik seven botllea, ivas wholly cured,
avoided surgeon'! ki ife. now weighs
nunc and feels better than ever. lt*s
positively guaranteed i<> oure si mach,
Liver and Kidney troubles and never
disappoints, PrlceBOc. at the Osnada
Drug a H.Hik Blore.
lire, (lninl.. ri--iilur lil'ice li.K', mile (iriee	
in-,--- iimiiis, ri-.-iiini' prlec $1, salo price	
Dross iini,,!.. rc-iiiai' price tl 80, solo price	
lllnek Ci'i'iiiin. leitnlur in-i.-c S'J.50. sale price	
lliiick rrepnii. reioiUr prlee $i 00, sale price	
lllnek l'eatt lie Sine Isilk). rck'uliir price St.60, sale  price
Black Saiin. ii--iiinr price Si.fi0.snlo prfcu	
t'liiii-. roKiiisr piieo Oe.snle prim:	
I.a.li,--- Silk lllitn- .. regular price $.">. s-ile prim; 	
[sullen' V'olvcl Hlouses, ragularprlce S-V sale prlco	
Kaiu-v oniinw; Kinncel, rCRUlar price l2|o.8alu prloo ...
laiili.-' Kloctric .-'.al Coals,at	
A few l.ieli, s' JncKi'ts iiuil Cnpes	
in,-
line
11.00
Sl.T-i
. .1 'Hi
. *1.H0
. it.oo
���Room Ucueo.,
Rxpcrl   ulintli
I'lll.K'll'*.-) nn S
���r Inrgo lm of SMAL
iiiiriliiy.   Call or phono.
l,:wi
llTki Bmt ot Hie Season!
..nt le
MEN'S   FURNISHINGS.
Qro>' BlankotS, vi--nlnr price ��1. sale price
Mon's Tweod sni s, regular price S10, sule price.
Men's Sorgo Sult_i regulm price si-.', sale p,!-���
M
Men
oVerbonw/ropiTar pHcc, ?i
. Ulsters, ivgnlai prloo |8,��
.. sale price
l price.
W. 8TABHB6 8HITH &
Paper Hanger,
Glazier,    Pair|-cr,    Etc
Chimney Sweeping.
VVuril St. opp. Opera lloiisi.'
BOOTS   AND   SHOES.
ljnli.'
l.nli
l_iile
i" Dongoln Button Boots
; Dongula l.a-c.1 lionl^
i'Alaslt, Ovorsho-s	
SI.H0
(1.35
in neb
NOTICE
��� CALL AND GET BARGAINS
! ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER ST.
A.   FERLAND.
Campbell
tn Mr. A.
Persons wishing to purchase
a very line Watch arc cordially invited to visit PATENAUDE Huns', establishment Watches of all the
best Swiss and American
manufactures nre represented.
Expert Watch Repairing a Specialty
jiSingle
{Fare
J Return
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted OoffeeBesI ol
Quality, as follows :
Java ami Arnliiuii Mni-tia. per pound
f   '"
I   IN)
1   IH
.    I   'II
. 1 na
I in
    in
Pteibyterisn
nsnsger of thu Ross*
are i:i tin, city.
1 urn"..  Oo . iniv.* cut tlie price
...  Ill   ' * *    *-"
I I Tin
no .Hurt lias ns yet been made to
OXtrsni Un, bullet ' fr.mi Snlliv.iu's
Minimi. iIIMI ycsterilay lie was a pretiy
"'' k I lOkinn uinn.
Tho   Hospital    Lailies   Aid   Snciuty
j*"1 w-t tomorrow afternoon   in   the
'.���''���"I"   ineiii     ���r     the     -
uburph al 8 o'clock,
"'��� It bet! Hamilton, nianagiiiK <1i-
[ootoroi ih,, William Hamilton Mann-
uei',iriii_. Company of Peterboiongb,
;" '"  town last niKht.
,,^'r " i". iiiiieiai manager of the
���"-'a ���  l'i,nim ,, Ciiiiipiinv,    and   Mr
'' : '-ul. IV. th
lninl branch
1
','' ll"1 '""I por��� in bosaland, and" the
1 I Tin'   Mni.i  nf Hint luwn.
1" I'  ibeteby   transmitted   Into
- oey.
���'��� A. Nnnn, wlin has licen liere s.itne
j""1"1-.    eniinecleil   with thn A.  Mac-
i] mv. has  left fnr  Winni
PJJ "' take it |H,siti.iii   with: the   lieuil
"""". i the lompany.
"i ol tiie  itev. ,i. Robeon'i
Ihi"    ev ivj    ��ll|    llf
-Mil,,|      l.,,ly
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Java nml .in,, tia Blond, ,'i pound
Fine Santo*. 4 imun.ls	
Snnlos Illonil, ,'i ponnils 	
Oar  Bpedalfilonil, '   ii','.:.,: 	
Our lllo Rout, ti poun.h	
A THI41  ii..-111-ll HOLICIIKII.
SAI.KSltOllMH :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK. W.  BAKER ST.
Nelson,      -      b. c.
TO���
��b��-.
Patenaude Bros
��� * oALt��� ���
Wednesday. February 7
I'rlvml"  Suit!  of  fart-llf-M   Ptfimi.   Dining
Room. i)_iiwt-_g Hoom iftd Bad  Unnni Beta,
PtOVfiS, ��'lr.    Al   Mr. IU'iimU-J'-   l_o-.iiU*ni'c.  on
\\'o-t iiakor Btroat
COAL!   COALI
Great Reduction!
HAW) <'""*''    <r\Q fi5 P_f
OROWI  NI--I'
COAL
$6.15 Ptr
Ton
Ton
Branch Markets in Rowland. Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
0rdcrg by'n,-l. to any branch will have crofu' and prompt attention
The N elson ElejricTramway Co. Ltd.
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
I .���-sr, number Choice Building  Lots  adjacent  to  the
.      *f3K . Tromwav     For price and terms of sale  apply
ft?dK2K^W�� Macdonald Block,   Corner  of
Josephine  and Vernon Street.  ^^^SeCT^
P^T^TTiaii    REISTERER I 00.
Grand
Winter
Carnival
J ROSSLAND
X3thFeb.toFeb.17th
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared lo issue
| Drafts and   Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C-, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
Iii
Pursers   Rev- Young Men, Become Your
DBLIVBRBD.
11.. will iniiii
j waratnent nf thn Lor
""��� th. tnciruitiK ��.rvlcn.
"'" noruneni of thn'Lor'a'H "aopimr af
SC.W.WEST&CO.
Oor linker a Knntrim; IU,
oan he rented fnr OnnceriB.   L<
Dancei, Bnnqueti and
i,'i'iniiiiii, ni
lll.llllM, Kit
niahedi
TBLBFIIONK 8H.
itnrea
iv kiml of en-
(I Unte-roomB, oloak
I,,,,, ������,i dining room ""*
For termpply
DR. E. O. ABTHUB
City
Agents and
elstoke and South, Fernie
and Wesl Sell Tickets Feb.
I2th, i,**lh, 14th, 15th and
16th, limiting going portion
to dale of sale, and return
'portion good to leave Ross-
i land   up  to   February   1S1I1.
Nelson, B.C., Jnn. 29th, ii|i)o.
Own Assayers-
Brewers of Pine Liikit
Beer end Porter.
Drop in anil sue us.
NELSON,
Throe montha wlU lotbch pou Attnylng for
Gold, Bltver. (topper,   '1 hk depai I nn id
dhfttve of  IViif. -"-'uter.  lloiiur Qradunt-a ni
McOIII .Jnlvoi
1.I-.I innl ii-iini how,' heapor ii nn ion now
llve,
month
Ml,
llounl tin.l  Iti-iimi
I \�� i n' y -i\ iIdMih- pi
WliUtotfal Prtn
B.C.
Kor rulei nnil full inroniiiition .ul.lrcHH notir !
c��l loc.il iiKunl, or
C  K, DBABLKY City PasMngcr AkiiiI
It. W. D1UBW, Akuih, Nclnrn
1 VV. K. ANIlKKKON, K, J.COYLK,
Trav. I'tiwt. A_obU       A  (1. P. AkdlI, All rliw-rs of l��iiniiii�� m.iy lio hru]
N.Ucn. Vanoouvtr \ heoilyjullei:.! m iii. kin I  i   iin-\v,-��i
Rev.J.W.Sii'PRELL,B.A.B.D
Ne-t m
Unluiilur.
Id l.lil��
_J NELSON DAILY MINER. SW-.DAY,  FEBRUARY 4, igep.
?he ma mn
IN FINCH CAPITAL
England's Difficulties Arouse
Great Interest.
SPANKED THE  KAISER
. ������ . ��� tbi Pni '��� cable scheme snid
tbat two meetings of tbe oominiitee
bad lield aud tbe oominitti *���  wnf
now ,!.. a ed in making inqoirlrs iuto
:. ��� ti     .   .,- 1 h     titer of tbi    I ilu me
11  ,--,        tn   1      Dial  bl - 0 uiry   said
he bed no il. tibl tliat tbi ie wonld I"- nu
miuvoidal .��� iSeiaj
The Ulooa correspondent w/s be
learns tbal tha Euatem Exieusiou
riiiij; wv is employing all ita energies
,.t in.-,m to attempt to secure valu*
abli -oaasssiaui from Australia for
posed bomb Afi los line. Tha
nori ij '.,;,-:,[ --.v.. |_i leaiued ibe
Imperial Uoveruioent bas ordeied
three tbonsAua more tons of bay from
Uanada
Wholesale Houses. There   is  a   Clearing   Out   Sale  ii)  Geijls'
FUri)ishii)gs on at O'REILLY'S-
NELSON. B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
TW^-*__anidK Atlantic S, S. Lines
taoturenof and wholoaale dealer* lo aerai d   a.UM_Ml_��V    _-/i     *v,
��-aters and frnl   -..rup,-.   _olc agents for Hm-1
03un Spring* minora! water.
NELSON S' DA WATER FACTORY
N--\l rnmnm,-, i.e���., Kvery knuwo
^ irlet) uf -,,tt drink-. P. 0. Hex ss. -|, .���-
phonoNo SI. HcaiitStreet N'elaon Bottlers
nf the Famous St. Leunliol Borings Mineral
ii a or,
0OMMI3SION MtrtCHANTS
First Mistake in Sydney Odilan's Career.
Franco--i niericau Treaty   New
Submarine OnMes-
Harla, Feb   ���    Pari     - h   I   i   noi
n.allT 111 the tbro r parti strife, Is
banlly reoognlxable   tin-  week   nodi
void li-i-   it   i n ol   po ll Icnl   e.vei.
ment Tbe Senatorial alectinne, which
nii_ttit bave given the Nationalists ���
-iruiiK following in tbe Seuate, . i Ihe
Qorernment un appre. ia le reann in
iheir forces, did neither, i ul left tha
rmupn-wtimi of the run parties practically unchanged. The " ���-i notable
ootootne of tbe elections was the iutro-
dilution of General Mercier, to whom
the Nationalists look io take an Important place in ibe assaults upon tbe
iioverniii.nl Ueueral Mercier took
his -ent nt the re-opening of ii��- Senate on l-'ri.lay. It tbere w..< any donhl
a- to hi�� uncimipromising antagonism
i" ihe Dreyfusard supporters of tbe
Government, be dispelled their by Ins
initial aetion nn entering the 1'alure of
ihe Iiu-emberg. tin taking bis seat
an.l finding bimsejl next to a well
known Dreyfnsard Senator, be itntneri-
nitely exrhangerl hi*- portion, nml took
u place at the farther enil of the room.
The momentary absence ol international confliet has given the press and
ihe people oi the world a chance to
oonoontrate attention npon tbn general
tSnropenn situation, evolved from the
erieis which the British Empire is now
ttuver��ing. Diplomats are discussing
nothing bnt ths Blonds which hang
over Great Britain- horizon. Beneath ib.* Insubordination nt Egyptian
troops in KliHitoum as r'ported frum
Cairo, is dimly discerned lbe   intrigu-
ng band of an enemy nf Engl unl.
The snsnicioos movements .,f Kossia
on the Persian and Afghanistan frontlets, an.l her dispatch over the sen of
important reinforcements 'if men and
material in the Chinese frontier which
it is understood sailed this week is
Interpreted as un evil omen in the
world's peace
Aeconling tn information published
here the Pranao-American reciprocity
treaty i�� arousing keen anxiety in Japanese oirelea, The silk proline.-rn of
.lapan are especially alarmed, fearing
the treaty tnav hit them hard. It is
snid the Japanese   Minister   here,    lias
1 n instructed t" make representations tn the trench Government with
a view of preventing the ratification
Of the treaty.    He paid visits   to   both
the Foreign Office and  American em-
hussy on Friday.
The details of the Government bill
to lay purely French cables between
i'loneh Colonies bave been made public. The bill provides for f.mr new
lines. One is to run irom Oran, Al
germ, touching Tangier and Tenerille,
to St. Louis, Mencgniuhia. The recond
cable is to inn from L'ahne. Tnuquin,
to a point north of Hong Kmig A
third cable is to connect Tamutave.
Madagascar, with Reunion Island nf
thu Mascarine groap. The fourth line
will lie between Benin in Upper
iniiii,,. and the French Congo possessions.
Aa tbi time approaches for Hie opening of tbe "-position work which de
voTvei npoi. Ins American commission
taxes the abilties uf officials and employee. Prof. R. B, Woodward, assist
ant United Htnt'-s Oommssioner t"
lhe Exposition, gees tn Kimen tn see
if it is possible for tbe United States
auxiliary cruiser Prairie to reach that
Dort. It this can bfl dune, il will
save much time ami be an economy in
freight charges.
There was a sensational announce
ment this week nf ti treat ol a German officer as a spy This proved incorrect, hn-.vever.the man being arrested at a Paiis hotel ami escorted lo the
frontier under a decree of expulsion.
inquiries have brought to light the fact
that the man expelled was a leniark
able adventurer named Si ilney ll.ldau,
whose record is bound un in the history of France and Germany. Be was
formerlv an otllcer in the German
army. He comes frum au Irish family, and is a wonderful lingnist, and
nn accomplished scholar. He was at
one time tutor to Emperor William ol
Germany, but was dismissed, owing
to his intlictinn uf corporal punishment upon tbe fntnre Emperor for lhe
slightest faults. He then became I.ieu
tenant iu the army, fought ill several
actions and gained   a  captaincy in the
Franco-German war. A nnnncial
scandal led tn his retirement front  the
army, and be entered the German es.
piunnge service nnd came tn France,
lie was shortly alter expelled, He led
ii checkered life, having been [in| i'Is
nned in l-otli Frame and Gormany
and was last beard of when be elooped
from a madhouse in Lorraine, lb-
now springs to.life again in Pails, and
fins again been expelled.
SKATING   CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Moutieal, Feb. B.���Tbe annual races
fo.' nn,att 111'   kkatlllg ehiiil,plou-ni| - ot
' anadu and contests (ut tbe professional speed ii.anuu, ii-hip ut the world between John Mlsaen (champion), Min*
neap Iis.and _iorval bupiie, the speedy
I'ouug skater trom North Dakota,
ibis afternoon, on M A A A Ice,
drew a ver} large ciowd, The iveaihot
was peril'I aim ice in ,.v., I lent con-
ilitiou. Urury of Montreal, who won
the nliampioiisliip* ol Ib99, in all .lis-
tnncei Irom SSOyurds to live miles, is
a great favorite, i nl bis companj to-
li.i.i i- tbe [antes! be h .- ��� bi travelled
iu. 1. A lliomas and F, U. Gibb, of
Newburgh, ti, \.. ate two ol the fast*
, -��� ikatei i yet pr. I i ed, and i i, b
son oi Toronto, and D, A, Bron n, ol
i, innipeg, ure also obampii us m their
respective localities.
Summaries: Final heat no yards���
F. !���'. Robeon, Toronto; F. D. Gibb,
Newbnrg; time, -i seconds
Ono Mile I'roiessioual ��� Won hy Nils-
son, tune '.':-!,': 8-8.
Light Hnndied nnd eighty yaids,
backward���Tnibanlti Holcomb; nine.
1.88.
Five Mile, Professional���Won hy
Nil-son  wbo easily defeated Baptie.
Half .Mile, boys, Ilr) and under���Ken*
wood; Laderont; time,   Ave   minntes.
Final Heat 880 yards���Sonne, M-
A. A. A.: Thomas,   Mewbnrgh; time,
1 :'.'.,  l-j.
Two Mil,., Professional���Nlisson
wins easy from Baptie: time. 5:88 i 5.
One Mile��� Drnry, M, A. A. A.:
Bpooner; Tbibault; time, three min*
ntes.
HJ- EVANS __   'O. -H...T street, Nel
���    -oa. win, ,-. ,1,- ,1.-a.,-r. in tl'iuies. Clg-ia
,, Ma-ill, tin- li   ok .1(1,1 lire-.-,   >..v.u-,   pipe and
-u-.-i rails -onl a. n. ml uuuiui salon men ti
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN ck Hen MILLING 00.
Li-miiku.   Kroatsir-ot, Neieun. \w.-.���
sale lleulcr^ la    llaur.    lueals.    ute., tllnl    l..i_
and grain.   Mil - il  tCdmon-on,  Victorls and
New u c-tn.ie-,  ,   i-.i,-later- on Calg&r)   -v
Bdmonnm Kallway,
I-r-ii  Portland Me, I
Allan Line''Parfflnn'1            Pel* ''
ahum Una "Numtdlan"         rob a  !
Dominion line "Vancouver''       .,-u i. ,
Dominion Uno "Dominion", .\tar,li :i
li
OUR  SALES
BOX
From St, John, N
apldl) Increasing in
RoAVer I ine "Montrcwo".
Itoaver t_ine "Anwa
Dun ihi ion Line "N* n  KngUnd'
r nil
('iiiihrd Line "I.u>mimh"	
i unard i ine "t* tru i    	
a hn.��� Sun  I.mm-   i..   mi inlo".
W Inii- Mar Lil o   ��� '���  nitlc"
nulioi     im-  'A- ���
iijiiiritn Uim ' So�� Y-.rl."
'.������ ii sur Uno "Ku ���  titftoii"
fitli U arm an I, i>> <l "i aim"
!  I 1-   -Im
K-,     11
Ft-     Iii
K. ti. I,
K, I, ;
Kfl    21
K b i
11    I,
!-    Ii   |.
i efa .'
Xflrtii Statu One ���'���^i.tii' nt Nebruwka' .Maw h l
Hat-Kfigtw rirmnged to and from all ECnropenn
uilii*-. For nuts, ticket* and fi:II tnfi nn |tf�� n
MplytoC P. H, depot ._.��� nl or V B, Beanley,
ll | I'n-*- nj.,1     ' rf*1 nl   '���"������-"t   M
W  P. F. UU UMINQ-.,
i
MONSOON   TEA 1
Be       .   it is  uniform  i"   flavour  and the quality is far above  J
in the market.    Ii*> ;��� 11��� ^_��� 1   -lass   Tea at  a low  price.
I'm    . .    in    l_.   und   i   lb   packages.     Once    used   always   used.   ?
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD ___ OO.-Uomer   Vur-
���   iio>. aud .M.-riiinii'-  .-i.i.-ci.-.  wholesale
-.in *.-!*���* itll'l ,1-iIiIht- 111 III ill v.i-,   |j;|.iVf .   Mill   -.
bout*,  intiin i-. mackinawd nnd injueifi' -un*
HI :.*.
FRESH A*\D SALT MEATS
PBiJUNi A CO   Haner streu
���    uti.ic-i:     i.iMii'i'i  in  fru-li ami  t:t..*ui
Ilit'iU,    C' lii.Mliwi*.
WtST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO
-tiaktu* _*tretil   .N-.I--0H.    U hulft-iiloileal
era m fro li ami curod moats,
HARDWARE &   MINING  SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
i.i.Miii.11 Oaker btreeti NulHOn, witotu-
-.Ul* dealen to hardware and mining lupplles,
liIijrnbLTn'auii Unnuittb'd RUppllee,
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.-Whole
Mate taini- aud un-,.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER, BEET ON & CO. -Cornet
^ ernon anu JuKOidiluo -itreuui, Nc-on
wholesale dealers In liquor-, cigars and dry
Kooda. _\(_,*imi-.oi ]'iili>_ jjitivviiig Co. uf Mil-
wa. kee >t,<i i ialgary tiro wing Co, of t iHlfctwy,
~UDSON'S BAY CO.   rthoTewie _cro
i.-'Tiu. ami llquora.ui.0., Bakerdu,Nolaon.
H
[NDIOTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER.
New York, Feb. H. ��� An n result of
tin- wreck of tilt) Buffalo express, tbe
Griind Jurj of the Conn of Quarter
Sessions at PatetBon, N. J.,| Iihh fonna*
.-in iiiiiirtini'iit Bgainat tbe officials nnd
emplojees of tlie Delewnre, I.uckn-
wan.i k& Western Railway, cbargiun
tliem witli manglangbter, Tbe indict-
tii-'iiis are tbe ootcome of the wreck
:,n tin* road nenr tbe Patersoii depot,
oa Thanksgiving eve. when seven per*
sons wen- kilien ami ').*> were seriousl;.
injured.
PROVISIONS, PHODUCE i FRUITS
JY GRIFFIN 4 CO.-l'ai-ner Vernon
. aial Josephine atre__i. Nelson, wlioa-.tic
iK-ak-rs in provlaluuM,curad moats, Ollller anil
i-h'lfs.
SASH AND DOORS
NELSON    SAW    AND     PLANING
MILLS, T.!m,11:i.   i ornor  frum   una
j Hall  btrueui,  N'uIduii. inaniiiautiii-ui-s uf and
wholosalo il-aU-i- In sash aid doors; nil kinils
of factor*/ wortc in.nl,, iu oritur.
ACETYLENE GAS
VANS-ONE'S DRUG STORE. -Cor.
ii.--Ju-uiiliiin: anil iiiik:-i- curvets. Agts.
fori'a,iu.n Carblila and \v,-lliinii Aoetylene
un Maoblno (lo.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company.
<);. i at Inn
KASLO .-.  -lm   _N  UAII.W.VY
iSTi knatioxal s'av & Tit\t>. on
.  ni  [���;.,.���        r .-���",   -  md ir'  Tin i,
K \ -!-���' & 8LOCAN HY.
PoiwHnp rtr In fm Sandon md waytatlon
: uvu IC'- lo '' * *. tn., d.iil... [tetui a iik.
leHven Sandon d l.ld p.mi,, arnrtog al Kawo
ii JL6& p.m.
INTKHNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. 00,
UpHratlni-r on Kootenay I_rtki-arid Kiver.
Str. "International1 leave*. Knslo for Nelson
nl 8 a in. dally except Sunday Returning,
leavo*Nelaon at l.!-Op.n)��� oatllng at itnlfour,
Pilot Day, Alnsworth nnd all -.aypointe. Con-
noctfl wrti 8 r. "Albe ta" io imd tmw Bon-
imtV F..-rr>, Idabo. lira with s, p, & N. to and
fniui SpoKane a' Five Mile Point.
Sir Alberta" __eave�� N'ubion for r-tonncrV
Cerry, Tu_wday8 and ���iaturday*. at 7 a.m.,
meeting Steamer "hiicnmlioniil" frum Ka-��lo
;tt I'iot May,
Returning, learee Bonner's Kerry at 8 aura.
\Vi"im>iiny> and Sunday*.
Direct connections inado at Bonner's Korrj
with Groat -Cor_herti Hallway for all i>oint**,
ea.-t and west,
LARDU-I.t.'Ni. AN   DIVISION
Str. "Iiiteriiatinniil" leave-- Ka.-lo for I ardo
and Armenia ai ^.t.'i p.m. VVedneadays and hti
lay-, str. 'Alborr*!*1 loaves Kaslo for Lardo
and Argenta a: 8 00 p.m Sundays.
Slearaors call at princlual Landings in both
dlroottons,and -ir outer points when signalled
Tlokets sold tuall points in Canada and the
United States.
To aseertatn rates and full information, ad-
drus^ :
ROBERT IRVINU,
MuT-mro-.   ICntsln.   ft, C
The W      : Mercantile Co., Ltd. j
, __,��_*. |
Succ.s.sors iu M, I isHkis.w it Co.
tKl It -I NKt-IIV II. ,
r����#������*,**"_>"*'**-*'--,''*'-''''l-' *���''*"-A"^i'-��"-i!l'^l,^*^8*^*^��H_*HI��C��j>_^
Wc aro showing  a
First-Class Line of
toves & Mm
Which we are offering* at
VERY   LOW   PRICES.
CALL   AND   INSPECT   OUR   STOCK.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO.
LIMlTfcD,
IMPOETBE3   OF
CANADA'S TEN THOUSAND.
Viotoria, R <'., Feb. :).���In response
! to s,i;_i_Hstii;n irom VancaiiiTor lor joint
Inoiion in ilm  rii|iipst tn tne Dominion
I Government to offer  10,000   men  for
xervioe in Booth  Afrioa, tbe Bnn_fl  of
Trade  beW n ineetinR tonight and de-
ricU'ii to on Bverytbiug powiibla tn for-
ther the aoKK-Btinn.    A   imlilio   meeting of  liiizi'iis   in furtherance ol  lhe
proposal will be beld at nu early ilate.
BROUGHT TO TIME.
Rio Janiero, Feb. 8.���In oouseqnenoo
, i| Berioos diatnrbaneea yestsrday and
lodny. four naval officers and a number ni marines hare been arrested and
Will lie tiii'd liv ooort martial on the
oharge of provoking runs.
CAPTURED GUN.
Manila, Feb, :i. ��� ui p. m.)���Rriga-
dier (iciii'ial Kobhe has neenpied the
Islands nf Hamar and l.cvte. In thn
ti_:lii at Tauloban ten insurgents were
killed and the Americans cajituri'd
1 iv��� ��� i-aii-i<iii with their aitilleryiuen.
A. R- BARROW, a.m.i.c.e.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Ste.
R O. BOX J5D. Telephone No. i*a
)VtA\\*W-WVi-Wi-\*V\\*.W\-
', CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COP YRICHTS AND DESICNS.
���*���*��� nil \ (Mir lm si ii i "J iln �����< I lo \\';t_h in __;[!.ii, j
; HtiveM i im- . "im- ii". ., bi'tter (tervire. '
y.v office cloie to U. S. Patent Office. FREE j rrlimin ���
ai*v examfnatioiui m.ide. Attv'i fee not doe until putmt 4
lllecured. PERSONA.!, ATTENTION GIVtK 19 YEAES I
ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "Howtoobtatn P_,Unt-," J
etc., itct free. Pater*.. prcKured throogh E. 0. Bigger*. J
receive ipecial   notice,   withont charge,  lo   the I
INVENTIVE   AGE]
Iiluitrat.-, -fflonthly���Eleventh y.--r���terrai, fl, * year.
Late of C A. Snow & Co
Shelf & Heavv Hardwnre.
mr .
Etc., Etc., Etc.
r. < . UKBEM l. K, CUHBUfm
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil   Engineers   and  Provincial
Land Surveyors.
I>. 0, Box 115 Nelson. B. C.
PLUMBING and TIN5MITHING
A SPECIALTY.
E._.8IGGEnSi!lF,f?_.bi..K;ilMerchants' Bank of Halifax.
_*****VVVV***_'*%'***_'VVV''*^^
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial*-*."!
Waverly
Hotel
Land Surveyor.
.6q
NELSON B C.
WHAT IS A PONT?
A (,'nod many pi-ojil�� were pnzzlerl hy
tbe statement in General Boiler's ilis-
patob pnbliaheil yesterday, Unit be had
i "seized pout,  ' nnd   by   some   parsona
unlit   mu  u-siimcd tn hn th.- name of
la plaoe.   It  ia really tbe name  Biven
in   Sooth   Africa   in  the  larc   ferry
Units plyiui.  on  the  lamer and   more
rapid   rivers,   and   worked   hy    steel
r-nliles.    Kurlv in   the war one of these
I useful vessels nn tlie Urange Kiver was
seined by tbe Hoers, and   was used   by
I them for transport pnrposes.   The pout
I mi  tin*  Tni_ila  is    probably  a   lar_e
one. capable of ferrying   across a bun-
idled men at a time, and Btrong en'ngll
tn hear   the   lighter   Kilns     It   shonltl
therefore be of consi lerable service  tn
Qeneral Biiller. ���Irish Times.
NELSON, B. C,
NELSON i_L
j. IRON w
-b WORKS
NELSON. B. C.
iron ami lira-- Castings or Brery Descrlp
Hun.   Repairs  and   Jublilu_
832 * SI'UIU.Tl.
BOARD AND ROOMS AT
REASONABLE    PRICES, j
JOHN  HIRSCH,
Provincial Laud Surveyor.
OKK1CK-
NELSON  B. 0
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE.
C. A. PROSSER,   Manager.
STORMS IN  ENGLAND,
London, Feb. :!.��� The Metropolis
woke this motnlng to find (be Bttetll
two inehes deep III snow, whloll was
soon converted into mud and slash,
Snow and hitter cold, blizzard weather
are repotted from   ninny   points In tin
Provinces. [n Bedfordshire the pen-
pl I lire miffeiiiig frmn the wont Snow
experienced iu years, lasting until
noon and   eoveriiiK*   the graond more
thiin n foot deep.    The roads   are    mi
passable and lhe   drifts   reach    tn   tin-
hedge tops. The railroad lines ore
partially hlo-ked. It snowed tbrongh-
out the night in North Berefordsblie
and in South |Bedfordsblre, the snow
i- still falling thickly. Tbe telegraph
wires an- down.
CHURCH DlKKCTOtir,
s.  a u nn a's [RnourhI  L'n.noii  Oornor
ll nni .nil Silica .-i- Sundays: Uolj Com
nnuiioii s a in.; and on tha 1st and 3rd Sundays
In tho month after Mattlnnj Matttn at 11a.m.;
-uniliii School 2.30p.m : Bvonsong T.'.'.'i. liail. .-
Miiiiin. at 9.3(1 a. in. Thursdays and Bnlnl -
ll,.)-: Holy i -.in,nil Mia 111 a in. I-'rifii.j-;
Ki,ii.,ai_: i,30 p. tn.. followed l,v oholr prao-
���ice. II w, Akehurst, Rector. Fred Irvine.
Geo. Juhn-tuie', U'linlen-.
CaTHOUI    i'iil'HCII _r,,ia-'i��� Wnnl  ami Mill
-tria-i- .Ma-- ovory Sundai at 8and 10.MJ u.ui
n,-r���-,i a : inn ai 7.30 p.m,   Mais ovory wook day
ai:,r,.,.rn.   lli-v.   Kutli,a-   1-,-rlutul 11,-,  or.
i'm-iiv i (an i.\ I'm n, 11 s,-rvii:es iii ll n.m
ami 7..��i p.m. .-inula. School ni -J.:��i p.m
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at * p.m.
i ini-:ian KndoavorSodeti tneetsever] Men
iluy evening al s o'olook, Uev. it. Kru-w.
l'.i-nir.
MrruoDtsT Cbpkoh���Corner .sulci and
Josephine Stroets, Bervleeaal 11a.m. and 7..'in
p. in. ; *--*. 1.1...tli School, li.:.! p.m.; Prayer mool
in-,,n Kri'luy ovonlng al 8 o'clock- Epworth
League C. K., Tuesday at 8a.m. lte\'. John
Robson. Pastor.
H.U-T1ST ('iiiih ai - Services morning and
i-venjiiKat 11 a.m. nisi 7.:.> lun.: l'ruji-r moel
ink- kVcdnesday evening at s p,m, the H. v.
i'.t'. Monday evening nl 8 o'clock. Btmnvurs
on -I,ally woloomed,   Rev. C. W. Rose, Pa^toi
Salvation Aiimv 8crvle ��� ovary evening
o '���< ii In barraok on >' otori mrci t
Arijudanl Kdgooombn In eb in:,,
J. E. ANNABLE
Real Estate,
Fire Insurance,
Life Insurance
BUY IT.
The Miner is on .salo at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
pacific oablk scheme.
Toronto, P��b. 8.��-Tbe  Globe's Lon
-*.����  oorreepondenl  mblei  tbal  Hf��n
Josepfa Chamberlain In  tli"  Bonw  of
CoinmoiiH.   replying   to ;i qneetlon re
Qllberl Btanloj
'i boinnon Blailonury ���* Jo
Can ni ��� Drug kHook Co.
Hot*! Hiiriii> Nowi 81 ind
Hot) i Phnir Nm-- Hutu.]
li  ' Bmpboll
C. F\ Nolson
J. V   Dolanoy
l(   A,  Bradnhaw
Bloran N'-w-1 lo,
Tii'nii-<iii Bron,
Lanioiil ft Young
II. \. King A: Uo
Kelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nolson
Nelson
Vuiir
Now Denver
FioMDorrv
Slocan City
Bandon
VHiicouvcr
Kiuln
(ii eon wood
Small   1 louse. .
Small  Cottaee.
.$ S.oo
.    IO.OO
NOTICE.
Notice in ln-reliv given tlint 30 rinj-r
Oftei nnip, I, Joseph Walker, of Kitrit-
ner, H. C, Intend to apply ��o the
Ohief ('nniiiiis-i.inir of Lanris awl
Work., for the pnrohase of forty acres
(-Iii) of nnsurveyed nil- ODocomiied
Unvernment land sitnnted nt what in
knowi] ns t.nai Hi.er oroasiug nnd
descrihed ns follows: Starting at n
post marked Joseph Walker's S. W.
('oi-iier.nhont five miles or thereabouts,
eusteiy from (innt Kiver Can n uud
nhout thren miles west-rlv from the
town of Kitchener ne-u- line nf Crow's
I Nest Pass Railway, tbnnce 1,330 feet
I northerly to N. W, I'rst. thenoe 1.820
(eel easterly tn N, K. Fust, thence
southerly 1,830 feel to S E. Fos',.
| thenoe 1,830 feet westerly to place of
commencement,
.IOSKPH WALKER, Applloant.
.Tannery 36, *ooti.
See ANNABLE
and  News   Agents   on  boats  an.
trains out of Nelson
Spokane  Falls  <$.
Northern B'v,
Nelson  A.  Fori
Sheppard R v
Red fountain R'v.
The only all rail route withottl
change of care hetween Nelsou n,d
Rossland .unl Spokane and Rossland
(DAILY.
Lv,   9.15 a.m. NELSON, Ar. 6.20 p.m
Lv. 11.26 a.m. ROdSLAND Ar300f.ni.
Lv.   8.16 a.m. SPOKANE Ar.6.1*> p.m
'f'riiui Hint lenves Nelsnn nt 9:16 n.n
makos clone conuectious nt SjiokBiie fi I
nil Const Points.
Paaseui;ors for Kettlu Kiver nnd Boun-.I-
air Creek,counect nt Mnrciis witliStnii*
Dnily.
II. A. JAOKSON, (i. P. &T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TACKAHUKY,
ArbiiI , Nelsou, B. f'
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Pald*np,    .   .   .    ���i.MS.tio.oa 1 Kesi ���l.t-l.aw.M
"mini nr Din-Flora 1  Thomas K. Kennoy. President 1  Thonms Ritohie, Vloe-^rest-ont.
Mlohaol Dwyer, Wiley Smith, 11. Li. Bauld, Hon. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C llnu. David MaoKccn.
Bead Office, Halifax :
Oeneral Manaffor. Bd��on I,. Pease, Moatreal.
Superlntendeni ol Branches, \V. li. Tprrancc. Halifax.
ln-i tor, IV, F. Brook, Halifax.
Secretary, 1>. .11. Stewart. Montroal.
Itrullrlie. 1
Nova Seolln- Hnllfax liranoh. Aniiu-imi-li. Biidgewater. Oay.boro. Londonderry, Lunenburg,
Miiiilmil niiii.i- Co.l, l'i, u.ti,  Porl Hnwke-bnry, Sydney   shubonncndlo. Truro   Weyrooutli.
\rw iiruii-Miii,   ii,tim,-.|.  Dorchester, l'i rlrton, Kinirsl K.-1 C0.1,Monotou, Newcastle, Snokville, U',,ol-iii,-c.   r B. 1-0,11,1 -Charlotletown, Siimn -ii!,    <|u,-l.,,-   Mootrwl
idty Omcoi, Montroal. -wl End iCor. Notre Dame nndt*: l_n ur-Strretsh IVestmm Cor.
Dreeno Avonuc nnd St URthiirincn  street.   Onlnrla   Oll.-uia    Nr��i. tliiin.l���si. John'..
t'ubn. vti-.i linn.-.-Havana. United -laien   Sow Vork 116 Uxohange Plaoe) Itepublic.Wash.
BRANCHES IN* BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo. Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
I (irt-i -iiiiiid.-nls:
Canada-Merchants Hank ef Canada.   Bemun���Nation IShnwmul Hank.  Cfcleass���Amerli 1
Nail,n,l Hunk    -nu IV nel-en   First  Nutiual  Ha  k.   I.i.ml  Bug.-Bonk   ���(  Scotland
Paris. Prni -fredli LrnnnnK   Her la   Bank of Binnuds.  < in..a ami .l.u,an   ll. 1
Kong and Sbanrnni BauklnK Corporation,
Qenciol Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Rxchdngo   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits und on Saving Bank .o-riuiit.-.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
P. O. Box K*. and W.
Telephone 10
SLAUGHTER   SALE
For the next   TWO   WEEKS   (only)   KIRKPATRICK   &   WILSON
offer the Public the Greatest Reduction in
CROCKERY,   GLASSWARE,   Etc.
Ever before advertised.    A call will convince von.
KIRKPATRICK  &   WILSON.
CjODGE meetings,
A    Ni:i.-n\" LODOE,   No. ii, /
\/'l- a Is second Wodnortay
>T > nii'iitli.   Visiting brethern.
A. V. x A
in each
.COURT k-OiiTi.NAV. I. 11.  P., So.   3138
Meeting, 2nd and 1th Thnr y, Vi rnnl
nail, ,l A Irving C, It.   W. 11. sbaw, l:. .-.
Baker Street
No. 185
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AIL   KINDS   OK
I.   O.  O.   F.     Kootenay Lodic
I No. 111. mo i- ,v, TMondaynlghL
nl   llielr   'tali,  Kootenay st<*eel
Sojournlii. Odd Fellowa oordlnJI; Invited.
John Hcoloy, N. (;.   .1, In, .1,. ;,|, hHOi y <:
 . I'  IV. It ,il���-i i.ii.l.-.'
NKI.HIJN I  |,.|_. No. !(!__ o_ in  the  .Ma-
Donald  block  every Thursday evening at !��� I
'���" '"a-      '*,','���'"$ ",'!'��ii"'r- i-orili.illy Invll d
Jehu fove, H . Sli I-. .1. lirndloy, 11, s.
MELSON AERIE  N,,. :::.  y. Q,   .:.. ���n  ���
everyaoennd and fourth Wednesday, uf each
iiiiiiiih.   Vteitlng   membars cordially   Invlt-
J K. wrny. beoretary,
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES,   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Order-,  hy ���i.-,il receive ..-ireful  ;,:ul prompt attention.
{~\
tir-i  and
Is* 0E,
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
����W'8E��^^  led
third   Wodnidiyof   ^ ^ n^n^of ffliftffl �� ,    '
iiii  ai  fmtern ty hall,   In om ',1 ih,- 1, V -.' ,'      '��� ,l,-l"-,'i'l	
..linker  and  Kootenaj       an'i '. , , i   "-i'1''""",! nprtlonsot Vol
'iimi   ail   imits
 :���'���'   .*�����    > lanaiii'i   nun.    11
corner m   linker   und   Kooli-imi   ���,���l
:.,?i;%iAC" rot"��''" 'w''-:"f;!::::::^
. - Ibli
Joj^-^K. Beoretary.     gffl \loZeT^
lnK.ol I' hall,Oddfo&owsblook      > 1.    v.;     ,    ",'',:I'N-    Hconcoc-urs-
Tne-day  evening al  8 o'olook   etc -P__lnu_l S v.iil.runi0Pui!  I'rnwing,
All vMting knigl, - eonlially Invited  m,- n Bna Art ��>��edloworkt Oallitbonla;
oi low. K.'o'f li-ond 8.        j .-I,'- .1.,."" M lr"'"""- ��PP"�� 10 the _-_��
'���   . .   .
.. L. POGUE...
_ Kllll���
Baraen ami SaOdlcry
The leading -hop. Large
.took n��-i issortod stocji
on hand,   nsrness. Ool
I 1- ni 1,1-1 makes, Saddles,    lit.iiik.-i-.     Bells
II lilp . Uru.Iioa, Coinbsi
ctp
I .ili-faelory.
Call and -oe.
lor.  Ward   und   llakor
.truel-.

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