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Daily
Edition No. 469-
Nelson,  British Columbia. Saturday, July  15,  1899.
Tenth Year
!IDH. W. B. IVES DYING
lfi
st*ken With Paralysis Be-
tunrins Fro"1 Mson-
M0LLY61BSONDBECTOR
gai Attended
Oompany   in
Lust
the Mooting of the
Nelson   Only
Week-
m  14._(Speoial).--The
�� ''""���    tvea   Who   was  stricken
H��      iirniysis  near Ottawa  on  the
��5    n  hi��   way   home  from
' '  C   is very low this   even-
J^d the doctors say  ho cannot live
���nliv bonra longer.
"" ' rvea is heavily interested in the
MS Gibson mine near Nelson and
Nelson last week attending  a
(lf the directors.
He doubled hack towards the onr and
approached within 50 yards of it. I
had by that time pot within 4C feet
of hi 111, and yelled to the men on Ihe
car tn come and help me oaptnre the
murderer. Not. u man responded, and
as I was unarmed I gave up the pur.
suit and hoarded the car.
"Iu tho meantpve Schlott hart
il imbed on the car and dropped Into a
seat iu aeml-oonsoini s condition. The
car was run down to Hie corner of
Front and Howard where the police
met it with a stretcher and carried
Schlott into the station. "
Matt Bohlott, the victim of '.a"*-
night's tragedy, was hotn in Austria,
about !)0 years ago, and has resided in
Spokane tor six or seven years. He
was unmarried. Ho was an engineer,
and was employed in that capacity for
soveral years at the Gal land-Burke
brewery. Subsequently he worked for
Jacob Qoetz in some of tho hitter's
mines. Rocontly he had ben engaged
iu running electrical maobinery in a
British Columbia mino. He nave np
that employment when the labor troubles began over the enforcement of tho
eight-hour law. He hn-i been in Spokane for soveral weeks. He is highly
spoken of by Mr. Goetz aud others,
who say he was a hard-working, liou-
eat.upright mail,who saved his money.
It is nor. known whether he has nnv
relatives in this country. Whi'e ho is
said to have saved considerable money,
it is thought ho had little on his.
person at tho time ho wns held up and l"'0"1 tho newly
shot. He wns well known in and uboutjof Capo Nome.
Spokane.
Returning Steamers Tell of
Successes.
ABOUT FRIEND PAUL
Digger News Has an Import-
and Announcement.
SOME NEW GOLD FIELDS
Tour Men   In
$96,003
Eielit   Days  Took
in the Caps Nome
District-
Out
BUT    IT    IS    DENIED
Loyal Demonstration  at the Opening of
the Oape Town Paliament
Yesterday.
wus in
meeting 1
Au earlier Ottawa   despatch   says:
Wln'ii the anst-bound Iniuerial Limited
arrived nt Ottawa it. was learned  that
Hon. W, B. Ives, former president of
tlie Privy Oonnoil, wns  ou  board in a
state nf onconsoiousness,   Mr.    Ives
was returning fioni the Pacific   Coast.
Ha had breakfast   at  North   Buy, and
was   apparently    in    good    health.
lln returned to the sleeping  inr,   aud
shortly after  the   train pulled ont  he
was fomul 111   tha   smoking  compartment in an almost   uiu-niiscions   state.
At Pembroke the services of a  medi-
ral man wero preeiirnd.  Arriving here,
Mr. Ives was at cnee   conveyed to St.
Luke's hnsiiitiil by bis  brother-in-law,
Kufus  Pope, M. P.    Sir Charles Tupper,   Dr.   Hmldick und othor   medical
men immediately visited  tho hospital,
and pronounced  the patient to be in a
most ilaiiRetims co ditiou, his   life being despaired of, the attack being paralysis of the brain.   Tuppei aud   Rod-
tUnk vi-ileil   the   hospital   ORaiu   this
evening.   Thoy  fi und the pationt   in
the same  oiitloal  condition,  and   Sir
Charles fears that there is no  possible
chance for his recovery.
CHINA GETTING MOKE TROUBLE
BRIDGE OPENING.
Bnffalo, July 11.��� The new and
handsome suspension bridge over the
Niagara river, connecting Lewistown,
K. Y., and Qiiecnstowu, Ontario, will
he formally opened on Friday .Inly
31, Invitations tor the event have
been issued by the Lewistown Con
neotlng Bridge Oompany and the
(Joeenstown Heights Bridgo Couipany
nad the opening ceremonies will be interesting, The formal opening will
take plaoe nt 18:80 aufl later the guests
will partake of luncheon. The day
will be observod as a holiday ou the
frontier.
The   Government    Harrnsses   English
and American Capitalists.
Washington, July 14.���Secretary
Hay received a call this morning from
W. Barclay Parsons, the engineer representing the American railway concessionaires, controlling the projeoted
railroad from Canton to Hankow,
China. Mr. Parsons explained ut some
length to the Secretary tho obstacles
that have been encountered by his
oompany in carrying out its conces
sions. The Chinese Government iB
ostensibly held to be obstructing the
concessiousirs but behind that Government nnd urging it unwillingly on
its course, are foreign infliiouoe, ac
corliug to Mr. Parsons, which nre
striving to secure for themselves this
concession. Mr. Pars'ni represented
that an English company holdiug the
concession for a lino from Canton to
Kowloon was prepared to unite intorests with the Amerioan corporation
and effect a coraoiuatiou to maintain
themselves against these foreign influences. The British Government naturally looked after the interests of its
subjects and Amerioan corporation asks
Secretary Hav to take similar action
to require tho Chiucse Government to
permit the execution of tho concession.
Secretary Hay promised to lay the
matter before the Piesident. The first
step to be taken is  to  secure from the
Seattle, July 14.���The steamer Alliance, v hich arrived this morning
from St. Michaels, Alaska, is the first
vessel to arrive from the month of the
Yukon this season and brings advices
discovered gold fields
__ .  . Colors  wore found at
most everywhere throughout the soene
whicii is 85 miles  square   and   nearly
all  available  ground   is taken.    Pans
from $2 to $4 are common.    Ouly   one
clean   up   has   beon  made   thus   far.
Four   men   shovoling eight days  took
out $110,000.   The gold is different from
that of Yukon,in that it is quite blaok
due to iron, it   runs about IIS   to  the
oi.uco.    On   one   claim adjoining   the
Prire ami Lane, Dr.   Kiltltsen took $1
to the pan.     There  was a groat  rush
of men from St. Michaels iuto the district.    Town   lots are selling as   high
as  $1,000    The Alliance   had serveial
passengers and a small amount of gold
dust, from Dawson.    Out. of the  party
of 100 mineis at Cape Nome. 18 severe
oases of scurvy developed   during  tbe
winter.    The    stricken    men     were
mostly loaded on sleds and hauled over
the ice to St.   Michaels  for treatment.
Two were frozen to death.
.United States Minister Conger, at Pe-
kin, an exact statement of facts upon wnioh to procoed The Ohinese Government has already been distracted
by tho rival claims of England and
Russia, to railroad concession in
Northern China and the present con
ttict in the South promises to be quite
as difficult of adjustment.
TITHES IN ENGLAND.
London, July 14, 2 a. m.���The House
ofOoranions in committee had an all
night session over the tithes rent
charge rating bill, the second reading
of whioh wus carried ou June 29, by
n majority of i!14 against 1811. The
Government forced ihe clause through
by means of the closure and the bill
linallv passed through committee
Whioh rose at 4 o'clock.
COMING WITH HIS SUNNY WAYS
Shortly
BRUTAL MURDER  AT SPOKANE.
Miner
A Former  British    Columbia
Shot Through the Heart.
Spokane, July 14.���Matt Schlott was
held up, robbed and mortally shot
about 11 o'clock last evening, near the
Northern Pacific roundhouse.
About half uu hour eurliei two masked and armed highwaymen held up
Ftoprietor Will Meyers in the New
Xork l.xeliaiige saloon. He showed
fight, was honibly beaten by the robbers wbo took his gold watch, robbed
tl)" tili of the dny'B receipts and escaped. The same mon are supposed to
have been responsible for both crimes.
The patrol wagon force was responding to a cull from the saloon when the
faail hold.up occurred. Schlott died
nt the police station a few minutes
after be was hrougnt there. He died
Without giving any statement of the
ooourrenoe beyond a cry of "I'm rob
bed; I'm murdered," which followed
the sound of tho shot.
The flash of the gun, sound of tho
shot and Schlott's ory were heard by
n nnmber of pnBseugers on a town-
bound Hillyard
Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier    Will
Visit British Columbia.
Ottawa, July 14.���It is announced
that the Premier will take a trip to
tho North West and British Columbia
immediately after the sessiou. The
journey has been arranged with a view
to giving Mr Grcenwny a lift in Manitoba and smoothing over tbe difficulties existing throughout tho Wost
among the Liberals. Efforts to adjust
matters between Mr. Sifton and Mr.
Richardson have not been successful,
and the respective organs of the two
wings of Manitoba liberalism, tho
Free Press and the Tribune, are going
it hammer and tongs us bard as ever
Tbe announcement of
MORE GOLD PROM THE NORTH.
Judge Irving is  Becoming Popular  in
the   Ailiu Region.
Port    Towuseud,     July     14.���The
steamer   Orizaba    arrived   from    the
north this morning wilh 50   returning
Klondikors.    Most  of them   have gold
dust  ranging from   $1,500, to   several
thousands.    The ship's strong box contained 100 pounds of metal from the interior.     The   party   arrived   up riv.-r
from Dawson on the Steamer Terrell.
Some   of  the passengers   direct  from
Atliu report claims   iu that district as
boing   worked.    They  say that Judge
Irving    who    was   sent   to Atlin  to
straighten out   mining   properties,   is
giving   general      satisfaction      and,
awarding all   claims t<. original locators, they are   permuted to   commence
work.    He   makes   no   distinction between American and Canadians as  he
holds that Americans  who had   taken
one   miners'   licenses   in    accordance
with the   laws   of   British  Columbia
and prior to the   passage   of the  alien
exclusion act   located   claimB, are   entitled to the same   privilege as Canadians.
Loudon, 14.��� Tbe Digger News, the
Boer organ iu London has received
the following despatch from Johannesburg, dated July 14:
A cable despatch from the British
Government has been received by the
Transvaal Government conveying a
cordial message of warm approval of
the Volksraad's franohise proposals.
The message also suggests minor alterations and tenders friendly advice.
The Transvaal in replying, gratefully accepts the suggestions, and consideration of the reform bill now before the Raad, has been deferred in
accordauoe with the British Cabinet's
advice.
As a result of this development the
peace party bas come out triumphant
aud Lord Salisbury ie acclaimed as
the vindicator of the moderates. Secretary ot State for the Colonies Chamberlain, who was questioned regarding
the Johannesburg despatch to the Digger News today, said to a represents-
tive of thn Associated Press that there
was not a word of truth in it from
beginning to end.
Pretoria, July 14.���The Volks-.aad
today adopted the first two seotious of
the Fianohise bill. During tbe course
of debate it wag deolared that Great
Britain had caused tiouble, Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Ool
onies, being the prime mover. It
was added that the new law was lenient and could be altered.
nosaos of Elmore's Wire Manufacturing
Company, Lixited, Elmore's Amen-
can and Uuiiurtiuii Hutenl Copper Depositing Company, Limited, Elmore's
Patent ('upper Depositing Company
Limited,Elmore's Foreign und Colonial
Patent Copper Depositing Company,
Limitod, or any ot them ; to adopt and
carry into effeot certain agreements
with the above mentioned companies
for tho sale to ihe English Metallurgical Company, Limited, of the prop r
tios so acquired, to develop, deal with,
work nun turn to account the same
!n such manner as the oompany shnll
Bee fit.
Maliusons, West Kootenay, Exploration Syndicate, Limited.���Registered
Juno 10 by J. F. Ablespies, IK Tyn-
dale Placo, N., with a oapital of ��5,-
000 in ��1 shares. Object: To adopt
an agreement with J. M. Williams,
and to enrry on in British Columbia
or elsewhere the business of a mining
and exploration company.
Slocan Prospecting Syndicate, Limited.���Registered May 81. Capital,
��20,000 in 19,000 ��1 ordinary shares
aud 20.000 Is. deferred shares. Objects : To adopt an agreement with L.
Alexandra, to aoqqnire land in British
North America and elsewhere, nnd lo
carry on tlio business as builders, miners, eto.
Glasgow Canadian Prospecting Syu-
dioute, Limited.���Registered with ti
capital of ��5,0C0 in ��1 shares.   Object -.
To carry ou the business of mining,
mining prospectors and metallurgists
in Cauadu aud elsewhere. Registered offloe: 17 Royal Exchange Square,
Glusgow.
CANADIANS DOING
WELL AT EISLEI
They   Almost Landed tfce
Kolapore Oup.
MOTHER COUNTRY FIRST
But
tho  Canadian Team  Were  Only a
low Points Behind���To Bee
the   Queen.
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Columbia   Review
i.t Mr. J. Martin.
What the  British
Has to Say Abo
The Attoruey-General of British Columbia is riding rough shod over the
established rules and usages of the
profession whicii ho adorns. Ho is
accused of champerty, inasmuch as he
entered into a bargain,duly signed and
bottled, the essence of tho contract
being that if he lost the suit for his
client he got nothing, bill if he won
he should have tbe freo use for tliro.��
years of the stono quarry, over which
the suit wus fought. Ho wns nonsuited, so "Fighting Joe," as ibis ornament to the Provincial Bar is called, had his work for nothing. He
had better go back to Manitoba.
He has estranged the entire mining
oommnnity ot British Columbia and
oaused the actions of his Government
to be regarded with the deepest suspicion, uot ouly in the Province but
also in the European money markets.
���British Columbia Review.
A PRETTY,  BAD WOMAN.
A MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE
A Canadian Minister Drops Out of
.Sight in New York State.
Buffalo, July 14.-Rev. Wm. Hay, a
resident of Bethany, near Leroy, V.
Y is missing and tool play is suspected Mr. Hay left Leroy just a month
.go. came to Buffalo en route to
  Sir  Wilfrid's
prospective trip means, of course, that
ihe High Jointers will not meet, if
thoy meet at nil. until Into in the autumn, and tbo Government will use
this as a pretext for delaying the meeting of Parliament. This will not be
palatable news to members who are
beginning to urge the fixing of a date
in each January for Parliament to
meet.
'TWAS EVER THUS.
 ���_..! car which was  within
100 feet  of where   the
pluco.
.1. O. Stutz,   a passenger on the oar,
tells Iho following   story   of  what  he
saw of the oritne :
"1 hnd been repairing tho dynamo
at the roundhouse, and had just
boarded the car wheu to the Bouth of
tho track I saw a flash and heard the
sound of a shot. There was a Boream
M I ni robbed; I'm murdered,' and
nelilou came on a staggering run to-
ward the car, his hands clutohing his
clothes ovor his heart. As ho neared
the onr 1 left it, startim
MOD where I had heard
Lima, Peru, July 11.���There  was  a
stormy session of tho Chamber of   Deputies today, caused by the declaration
of the piesident of the Chamber, Senor
Carlos   Pierola, thnt he bad  incorporated   several    new   Deputies   against I
whom election protests were  pending J
and by his refusal to entertain   a
tion on the subject.
iu uu.  Pais
ley, Ont , where ho expected to  Bettle
his fathers' estates   and to reoeive $6,-
000.    When it was time  for   Mr. Hay
tn return homo his wife beoamealarmed.    Sho wrote to Paisley   asking  for
news of her husband.    To her surprise
sho  lentued he had not boon there nor
had   his  brother   who   resides  at the
homestead heard anything of him. The
matter was kept quiet until   yesterday
when tho brother arrived   in   Bothany
<md took the wife of tho  preacher and
hor 14 yeui   old son   witb   him.   The
missing minister was  about   50  years
old.    He   studied  modioine in Canada
and was   admitted   to  the profession,
practiced   for   u -hort time aud afterwards   entered   th< ministry  and was
ordained   as a  Presbyterian   pieaoher
November   22, 1890, at Bethany.    His
salary was $000 per year and he always
had more than enough money to meet
his wants
Capetown, July 14.���The Parliament
of Cope Colony opened today. A
large crowd of people assembled outside the Parliament building and hailed the arrival of Sir Alfred Milner,
being Commissioner and Governor of
Oape Colony, with cheers, after wbich,
"God 8av* the Queen" was twice
sung by the people. Tbe speech of the
Governor did not refer to the political
situation, excepting he said that the
relation between Cape Colony und the
siutes and colonies and territories of
South Afrioa were friendly,
LATEST FROM SAMOA.
Washington July 14.���Herr Rose, the
German ex-Consul General to Samoa,
who is passing through the city on
Mb way to Germany, paid his respects
to the President today. He was presented by Secretary Hay. He says
that the friction alleged to have existed
in Samoa between the Germans on tbe
one hand and the Amerioan and English on the other was very much exaggerated. But every vestige of friction
disappeared with the appearance of
the commissioners representing the
parties to tbe tripartite agreement.
The arrangements whioh they made he
thinks promise to be perfectly satisfactory.
New York, July  14.���Elta  Larratee
waB sentenced to 12   years iu   Aubuin
prison for arBon   in the second   degiee
by Judge Hurd, in the   County   Conit,
of    Brooklyn   today.    She,   although
only   88 years old, has already   served
several terms iu the   penitentiary,    Tn
passing  sentence,   Judge   Hurd    s i 1
that her last act, thnt of setting fire .u
a dwelling house in which there   were
24 people, was one   that the mind   recoiled at.    The   prisoner  was   known
as tiu female burglar aud while in the
penitentiary on a previous  sentence, a
farmer trom   up   the   State,   attracted
by   her beauty, appeared   at the iusti
tutiou   and   wanted   to  make her his
wife, but she declined tho offer.
MR. SPROAT'S DISMISSAL.
mo-
shooting  took       pooR way TQ 0BLBBBATB.
Advices from New Denver are to the
efftt  that   the  Government's  action
n dismissing Gold Oommiss.one'Me*
nusiness there.   One $o0 a men��
18 noW*nm ������jwoVw.OOOo! business
BOtiMg from 18,000 M * ��� ot  {
eaoh  week.    JN0.o��.,fol1    unless Mr.
S3. Som TookkTInlnfsVitt since I provement   can   be flfcd.   ��� ���
lulv4    With one   exception ull  have , Sproat BOtI  tne 8ary t0  tflke a
nSX oWof boys who  were   injured .Peat. mak ug    ^  or Kas 0 as soc
New York, July 14.���Samuel Green
burg, 14 years old, died today in
Mount Sinni hospital with lockjaw.
He shot himself in the hand on the
fourth of July. There have been eight
deaths from lockjaw in this city since
-..���   ..11     Unva
AMERIOAN ATHLETES.
London, Julv 14.���Although the
members of tbe Yale-Horvard athletio
team are doing comparatively light
work tbey continue in excellent condition surprising 'heir trainers and admirers. T. R. Fisher, cf Vale, and D.
Boardmnn, of Yale, came up to London and took a few spins at tbe
Queen's Club. Tbe remaining members of the team will follow tomorrow
when a number of time trials will bo
indulged in.
COMPANIES REGISTERED.
Five New Ones to Operate in British
Columbia.
The following mining companies
have recently been registered in London, England:
British Ontario Gold Mining Oompany, Limited.���Registered May 80
by Asburst, Morris, Crisp & Co., 17
Throgmorton Avenue, E. O., with a
capital of ��800,000 in ��1 shares. Object:   To adopt and curry  into effeot
FRENOH  MILITARY REVIEW.
Paris, July 14.���After the military
review Presideut Loubet wrote a letter to the Minister of War congratulating him on the success of the military
display and uodiug that it hnd beon
demonstrated that training and discipline of the army left nothing to be
desired aud remarking that the hearty
cheers of tho people testified to
France's confidence in her national defenders. The letter specially referred
to the splendid appearance of the new
artillery, the organization of which
had caused the expenditure of so much
money and labor.
JAMAICAN DELEGATION. ""
Kingston, Jamaica, July 14.���While
the returued Jamaican delegates to
Washington maintain a reserve regarding the tonus of tho reciprocity
treaty, during an interview ono of
thorn inadvertently intimated that
coffee would experience a material reduction, if not obtain a preferential
duty over Bruzilia'i coffee. They ull
agreed thot the treaty will bo highly
satisfactory und the pro-Americau public sentiment is consequently inteusi ���
fying.
Bisley Camp, July 14��� The Mother
Oountry   wins  the   Kolapore cup, but
her greatest colony, Oauuda, only Btood
eight poiuts behind  when   the  aggregate score was announced, the score of
tho victorious   team boing   708  while
tho eight   whicii  represented the   Dominion   had   700.    At  000 yards  the
Canadians ran   the Mother Oountry  a
very close race, being   only one  point
behind.    Though   the Canadian   team
loses the much coveted   honor of   cap-
tut ing the   Kolapore cup, tho Colonial
prize of  ��80 goes   to them, the   prize
being awarded to the team that makes
the   highest   aggregate   score  in   the
Kolapore competition, exclusive of the
Mother   Country.
The    Canadians  shot     splendidly,
Captain Renuie,of Queen's Own Rifles,
particularly distinguishing himself by
making the   highest  individual   soore
of tho eight.    He was   the  only mem-
bor of the   team   who   landed within
the bullseye   every time   at any of the
ranges.    At 500 yards   he   succodod in
gaining that distinction.    Iu shooting
ut the 200 yards range  the wind proved vory   strong   and    tho   light   was
cloudy, but at the 500 yards range tbe
light was much better  and   the  wind
steadier, aud at that distance the Canadians did much better.
Tbe scores for the Kola'pore aup were
as follows:
Mother Country at 200 yards, 348; at
500 yards, 205 ; at 000 yards, 200. Total, 708.
Oanada at 200 yards, 240; at 500
yards, 204; at 600 yards, 256. Total, 700.
The eight representatives were not
chosen uutil this morning aB all tbe
tenm wei-9 shooting so well that the
adjutant did not feel like making a selection uutil the latest possible moment. Tho Canadian team will probably be presented to Hei Majesty the
Queen at Windsor Castle on the 24th.
Arrangements aro being made whereby the team can legally enter in the
National Challenge trophy competition
whicii takes placo a week from today.
This competition is open to teams
of 20 from England, Ireland, Scotland
nnd Wales, according to the regulations. The distance of tbe ranges
are 200, 500, and 600 yards. The time
allowed is one hour and the nnmber of
shots, seven.
A HOLLOW KEEL,
London, July 14.���With reference to
the new Challenger for the America's
cup the Sportsman today says: "It
is stated that Shamrock haB a hollow
keel, in which ber cabled is stowed.
Remembering the difficulty aud unpleasantness which arose regarding De-
feuder's shifting ballast, it will be
interesting to know if this statement
is correct, and what American yachtsmen wiill have to say about it"
A LARGER BOOM.
Southampton, July 14.���It has transpired that a now boom, even larger
thau the present one, is being constructed for the oup Ohullojger Shamrock in tho belief that the lighter air
in America will enable hor to carry a
considerable greater expanse of oanvai
than during her trial raoe with Britannia.
heart. As ho neared
Btartiiig in tbe direo-
the   Bhot.    I
. -    ..m*.    ...  ... ��, \,UV      Cl.UU. *
sow the  murderer clambering up  the
embankment, und   started   in pursuit.
been cases of boys   ._
while celebrating the fourth.
METAL QUOTATIONS.
New York, July 14.-Bar silver, 00;
] Mexican dollars, 47 7-8.
TO LOOK AT DEWEY.
prisoner   to  Sandon,  or^m.��  , NeW   tbeBame
as he was arrested. The peop i . wtalora.
Denvei are yery Ugj^ aoooont
Government siaction ����l��, ��� and for
of the interruption oinusiu rf
dismissing in   such a manner,
the beBt men in its employ.
jeot:     il> n....|.�� �����_ 	
an agreement made between the British Columbian Exploration and Development Syndioate, Limited, of tbe
one part, and this oompany of the other
part, for the acquisition of certain
mines, mining rights, eto., in Canada, and to develop and turn to account
Elmore's Trust, Limited.���Registered May 81 by Hayes & O., 81 Ab-
church Lane, E. O., with a capital of
��400,000 in ��1 shares. Objeot: To
acquire as  going  concerns  the busi-
New York, July 14.���Tho newspaper
men of the country at largo will be
given an opportunity to participate in
New York's reception to Admiral
Dewey. Tbe presB committee met today at the city hall and decided to
send to every daily newupapwer in the
United States and to every prominent
weekly and magazine, u circular letter inviting the editors or other representatives to como to New Yoik next
Octobar and partake nt tho city's hospitality.
SOMETHING WORTH WHILE.
Perth, N. J., July 14.���The Middlesex Oouuty Bunk closed its doors,today
Edward Valentino tho cashier is
missing, possibly $100,000 short.
Perthamboy, N. J., July 15.���Cashier Valentine surrendered lato this
afternoon to a deputy sheriff iu Potth-
amboy and is now   iu the County jail.
UNKIND OF TIM.
New York, July 14.���Tim Kearn of
Boston, knocked the wind out of Jack
Daly of Wilmington, In the 12th ronup
at tho Broadway Athletio Olub. Kearns
is now entitled to the lightweight
championship.
FORCING PAYMENT.
Berlu, Julv 14.���A despatch from
Kiel says the German cruiser Geier
has left Oorinto, Nicaragua, for Guatemala to join Great Britain in a demonstration in behalf of the foreign
creditors of that Republic. 11
BASERALL SCORES.
Cincinnati, 0; Philadelphia,^.
New York, 1 ; St. Louis, 8."
Baltimore, 4; Cleveland, 1.
Chicago, 2; Brooklyn, 4.
Washington. II; Louisivhle, 8.
Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 0.
Minneapolis, 7; Columbns, 8.
Indianapolis, B; Milwaukee, 2.
Kansas City, 10;  Detroit, 1.
fl NELSON DAILY MINER, SATURDAY, JULY 15,  1899.
Nelson Daily Miner
fublUbed i��Uy except Monday.
N��L80N Miner Piuktiso k Pomjbhiho Co���
D. J    UK A TON. Kdltor and Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION RATBB,
Dally par month by oan'er I I "'
per half year    �� *"
per year  1" 00
per y��ar by mall    ' 9��
per yew forsljrn  in*
Nklson Whuki y JIi i.
Weekly, p,-  naif yoar f 1%
|K.ryear    200
per year, forolgn   '*
Subnoripdoni Invariably In udvanco.
N tlson M In ��r Printing ft PubllshtngCo
NELSON. B. O.
THE NEXT GOVERNMENT.
Tbe following paragraph appeared iu
n reoont issue of Tbe Vancouver World :
"The NBison Miner says: Howevor,
���nder Mr. Cotton's diotation, Hon.
Mr. Semlin attempts to fill his Cabinet
witb Conservatives, he will inevitably
bring disaster on himself. His Government will probably be defeated at the
meeting of the next Houbo and will assuredly lose the sympathy and support
if the couutxy,"
We have great respect for our
contemporary, but oannot allow it
to put suoh stuff into tbe mouth
of The Miner. It h..s not said
this or anything like it. It does not
know that Mr. Cotton is dictating to
Mr. Semlin, oi that Mr. Semlin has
the least intention of idling the Cabinet with Conservatives. It does not
know tbat if he did his Government
would he defeated at the next session
of the Legislature. Not knowing
these things, it oould not say them.
The World iB deceiving itself.
We do not know what Mr. Semlin propose* to do; it may be that he does not
himself know. He is Promier today ;
after the return of the Lieutenant-
Governor, who is just as liable as not
to fly off at a tangent, he may be
Premier no longer. The only point
that has been rendered quite cloar is
tbat Mr. Semlin is anxious to shake
off Mr. Martin. As Mr. Martin refuses to act on bis invitation to resign, it becomes neoessary thBt tbe
Lieutenant-Governor should intervene;
but whether be will back up the
Premier and dismiss Mr. Martin, cr
bold fast to Mr. Martin and allow the
Piemler to cut off his own head, remains to be seen. With any other
person in His Honor's place, there
would be no uncertainty as to the
oourse of events. Mr. 8emlin would be
supported in his constitutional right
to rid himself of a colleague who
has become obnoxious, and wonld be allowed a free hand to recommend a sue
oessor wbo would be acceptable to the
Governor. If he thought tie occasion
required �� general reconstruction of
his Government, there would be no objection to bis undertaking it. This
much oould be predioted witb certainty
in the oase of the ordinary Lieutenant-Governor ; but as it happens that
British Columbia is distinguished by
having an extraordiuary one, it may
be that Mr. Martin will be enabled to
dismiss the Premier.
We hope for the natural however, and indeed quite expeot that
in a short time Mr. Semlin will
be engaged in patohing up his
Government. To what length this
process may be carried we do not
know. He may retain Mr. Ootton, and
let the others go, filling their places
with Oonsevatives. as suggested in
the paragraph quoted. We do not fully
understand how this would matter,
provided they were men of ability and
integrity ; for in local politics thero
are neither Conservatives nor Liberals, and tbe leaders and organs on both
sides keop declaring that tbere must
not be. Mr. Semlin is opposed to Federal party lines in Provincial affairs,
aud to is Mr. Ootton. So nlso are all
others, or nearly all others, wbo have
any right or title to be regarded as
leaders. Mr. Semlin's colleague
might happen to be all Oonservativ' -
or all Lliberals, but as Provinoiai
Ministors that could not matte', as
they would hove no recognised party
complexion. We therefore do not soo,
whatever may be the nature of the re
construction, why the House should
vote its disapproval, provided the men
ohoseo are personally of good character
and hare a capacity for publio business. That, after all, is the main
thing. We do not want men who will
shame us. like Mr. Martin, or men
who will make a mess of legislation,
as the present Ministerial aggregation
have done. We have a fine Province,
and if given half a chance it will prosper and grow fat. The Premier, whoever he may be, should surround himself with colleagues who will do their
utmost to give it all the chance possible, and thev will tie neither the
better nor the worse if tbey bear on
their foreheads the Federal brand of
Conservative.
timo any negotiation whatever between Persia and Russia for the oes-
siou or leasing of any port, on the Persian Gulf, and !t is needless to say
that any rumor to the contrary is absolutely uufouuded." The report in
question, it appears, originated with
Tbo Tunes of India, to which the Persian Minister attributes u hidden pur-
nose, which, he s.iys, the papor itself
should be nbln to dotoot in the mind
of its reporters.
An encouraging state of affairs is re
vealed in the report of R, G. Dun cfc
Co., of Canadian fuilures for the second quarter of the present your. They
were unusually smull, not ouly fewer
in number than usual, but in amount
of liabilities only 91,894,989 against
$1,945,483 in the same quarter last year,
and |8,939,851 iu tho same quarter of
1SII7, and less than a third of tho liabilities in the first quarter of this year.
There have boon eleven failuroe in
Biitiali Columbia during the quarter,
tho total assots being 189,884 and the
liabilities $51,7(18.
A Satisfied Patron
Means one that has secured satisfaction whose expenditure has n-
bnrned him fullest results.   To make
each customer a satisfied one���to pass
along to him must reliable items,
whether in Dings or aey portion of
our Block--to otl'er them, as Well, al
prices that fully demonstrate the eoon-
omioal features of this stock, is onr
aim. We get the pi-ices right at t he
real worth, and we keep the quality
so high that  a sale can  badly   result
other than satisfactorily to any patron,
Not long ago some interest was ex-
olted by a cable report to the elfeot
that Russia was about to obtain a port
on the Persian Gulf. Tho Persian Legation in London has requested The
Times to publish an official contradiction, the closing sentence of which
reads:   "There has never been at  any
THOSE BOAT RACE PRIZES.
Editor of The Miner:
Sir:���Your editorial in this morning's Miner would lead your readers to
infer that the committee whioh had
in charge tne boat races at the Dominion Day oelebratiou had beon forced by
Mr. John Houston, personally, to canoe/ orders lor prizes placed with two
jewelry firms. As chairmau of that
oommittee I beg to stato that Mr.
Hoatson did not (jive us any order to
that effect and no member of tho committee made such a charge.
MELVILLE PARRY.
Nelson, July 14, 1899.
Shoes
This week we are showing
OVER 500
Cloth Bound Books
STANDARD WORKS
At 25 Cts. Each.
5 for $i.oo.
NELSON OPERA HOUSE.
Friday & Saturday, July 14th & 15th.
SPECIAL  ANNOUNCEMENT.
Engagement   of   the   International    Sensation,
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
W. J.  G. DICKSON
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
ONE
PRICE
TO
ALL
58?
Neelands'
Shoe
Emporium.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. A. H. HOLDICII, Assnyer and
Analytical Chemist, begs to announce his
removal from Nelsou to Revelstoke,
where his business will bo carried on iu
future. Mr. Holdiob desires to thank
his mnny friends for tho kindness they
have shown him during the lust four
years, und hopes thut he may still be
favored with Hny assay or analytical
work that they may require.
Revelstoke, IS.O., July 10. 1891).
Choice residential lots   and  good
business lots for sale.
Over two hundred   lots   in  Addition A are on the market.
Hume Addition and city property
or  sale.
Business property a specialty.
Lots for Sale.
$125 each will buy '3 choice lots on
Mill St., 25x120. 8200 will buy corner
lot, Mill St., 25x120. $375 will buy 2
choice lots, Carbonate St. $210 will
buy choice lot, Front St., 25x120. $400
will buy 2 lots and shunty, Robson Si.
1150 will buy cultivated lot, 80x120,
Nelson Avenue, Bogus town. Sii.OOl)
will buy a house and four lots, Hume
Addition, Al gulden.
Ruy Fail-mount shares (Ymir) for a
Use.
ALEX. STEWART,
Mining and Real   Estate   Brok.-r
Turner-Boeckii Block, Neisoii.
NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.
IMPERIAL    BANK
OF  CANADA.
Ciiliital Paid  up -     . Jli.OOO.OO".
Best -    - 1,200,000
numerous
II. S. Howland, l're.-i.   T. It.Merrill, View Pres
Wm. Ramsay,      liughllynn,     Itobt.Jnirmy
r. Sutherland Stayner,     Ellas Rogers.
Head Olllce, Toronto.
D. R. WILKES, General Manager.
E. HAY, Inspector.
iiriuu in,, in all principal cltlei and tonus
III    Oularlii   ami  Uuehec
���triiiii'ii,.    In      naullnlia,     Northwest
Territories and llrlilnli Columbia.
Winnu'ko, Portage La Prairie, Brandon
Man.   UALOARY, PhINOB ALBERT, EDMONTON
South Edmonton, N. w t. Vancouver
NKI.SON. Revelstoke, h. o.
Agent* iii UriMt  Britain- Lloyd's linnk, Ltd
72 Ijimbanl street, London, wilh whom mono)
ni'iy be deposited for transfer by lotter or cable
to any pari of Canada.
NELSON   UltANCII.
Letters of Credit Issued on Alaska Commercial Co. payable al St. Michael's, Alaska, and
Dawson I'iiy.
. .P'P'to sold, availablo ot all points In Can-
da, United Stall's and Klirnno.
.LettersOf credit issued, availablo in any
part of the world.
Barings bank Department���Deposits nf ��i
and upwards received and Interest allowed
Doborlures���Municipal and other de-hen
tures purchased,
Money Orders issued payable at any Hank
Rates���Under SIO, So; ilu tu 120 10c-
iW to <30, 12c; $90 to 150, nc.
J.   M.   LAY    MANAGER.
All Contractors figuring on   buildings lha
will require
PLATE CLASS
Can now got figures from
K. H. WILLIAMS, Nelson, Agent for
J.   W.  MELLOR,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Who carries the largest stock of Plate Glass
in tho Province.
Gamble & O'Reilly.
Civil Engineers, Provincial
Land Surveyors
(Surveying nnd Crown Granting Mineral
Claims Attended to).
REAL   ESTATE,   FIRE,   LIFE   AND
ACCIDENT   INSURANCE.
Nelson Cleaning and Dyeing
Establishment.
S. D. PIERRE Prop.
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing cleaned
dyed, altered and repaired.
SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED
Rear of (Inrkc Uolcl. VI I -o\
Fishing Parties,
Excursions, and Picnics supplied with tasty Luncheons
at short notice. Melton
Mowbray l'ies and all
l'astry a specialty. Short
Order Meals after 11 a. m
JOHN SPEAR
Ward St.,   -  Opposite llumc Hotel
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCORPORATED 1670,
MILLAR
TjPERFECTg
' PICTORIAL V
Pictorial Trips Abroad
The Most Magnificent Scenery Ever Exhibited. Incomparable Scenic marvels. Absolutely different from anything heretofore presented in this City. In conjunction with
Novel Special Features and Original Comedy, Miss Lottie
Rogers, Grand Descriptive Singer; Miss Pearl Stanton,
Marvelous Female Barytone ; Mr. Ciias. Burton, the Celebrated London Character Comedian.
ADMISSION,      : t     CHILDREN, IOC
N.  B.��� This  is  the  Most   Novel   Show  of   the   Season.
WE
ARE
THE
PEOPLE
WHO    SELL
LILY
CREAM.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
We do not claim   that  it
is better than all other brands
but only ask a fair trial to convince you that it is the equal
of any.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   CAN.
Hudson's Bay Stores.
West Baker St., Nelson.
Telephone 13.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
KOOTENAY   SUPPLY   CO.
Groceries, Provisions, Mining Supplies, Mining Drill Steel.
WHOLESALE   Mail 0rrs���.
F. O. Box 214.   Vernon street, Nelson, B. C.
HUGH R. CAMERON
General Broker-
Hotel for saleJtO.OOO, renting lor f 100
per mouth.
Baker street property for sale ^at $8,
000, renting for $150 pel month, leasee
for 5 years.
Twelve Lota iu Hume Addition, cheap.
A li!-roomed House for rent, convenient to Baker street.
Mouey to loan at 8 pc cent Fire and
Life Assurance.
Fire, imperial Insurance Co., Ltd.,
London, Eng.; The Northern Assurance Co.. bunion, Eur���; Caledonian
Insurance Co., Edinburgh; Commer
dial Union Assurance Oo, London.Ens
Loans.���Globe Loan & Savings Oo
Toronto, Out.; British Columbia Per!
mannnt Loan & N'gs Co, Vancouver,
\\'k <iivK HkstConihtionh, Allowing Loans to He Paid Obt AnyTimh
Without Bonus,
International Registry Company, including Accident and sickness policy
for $1,500.   Price, 18.00 per year!
GAMBLE   &   O'REILLY,
GENERAL  AGENTS       BAKER  ST.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan Line-Parisian Aug 3
Allan Lino���Tninui July 27
Dominion Line���Scotsman July 22
Dominion Line���Vancouver Aug 5
ltonvor Lino���Ijike 1 mtario Aiiir !l
Beaver Line���Lake Superior j.iiy 211
From Now York
July 98
Whlto Star Line���Majestic	
Cnnard Lino���Umbrla July 22
American Lino���New York Aug 2
Anchor Lino��� Klhiupia July 80
Allan S'nlo Line���dluleof Nebraska. ...Aug 5
From Boston
Dominion Line���New Knglancl "..Aug 2
Passages arranged to and from all European
point*. Kor rates, tickets and full infermatiou
ipnlrtoO, P. R, depot agent or C K. Beasloy
Oily Ticket Agent, Nelson, B. II,
WILLIAM 8TITT.
Jl*   Goncral A��ont, C P, II. IJMcea Winnipeg
Spokane Falls &,
Northern R'v.
Kelson & Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail route without
change of curs between Nelson and
Rossland and Spokane nnd Rossland,
(DAILY.)
Lv.   9.10a.m. NELSON. Ar. 5.60 11.111.
Lv. i 1 25 n.in. ROSSLAND Ar880 p m.
Lv,  8.60 a.111. SPOKANE. Ar.0.00 p.m.
Train that leaves Nelson nt 9:40 n.m
makes close oonueotions at Spokane foi
ull Pacific Coast Poiuts.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundnry Creek, oonneot at Marcos witb Stage
Daily.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TACKABURY,
Auent,Nelson, B. O,
E. J.SCOVIL
MINIMS 1IUOKKK,       Mil '.till  PUBLIC.
Windermere Minos.   CorroapondoncoSol'citod
WINDERMERE, B. C.
PLEASE NOTE
From now until the end of the season we aie selling
AT REDUCED  PRICES.
At MRS. E.   MCLAUGHLIN'S,
Josephine Street.
House Cleaning Time
We can assist you in the annual
overhauling by Painting, Paper-
Hanging, Kalsominiug and Interior Decorating Estimate,
cheerfully given.
F. J. BRADLEY & CO.
Josephine St. Ore. Clarke Hntfl
C.W.WEST&CO.
General Teamsters.
Agents Imperial Oil Co
Dealers in Wood and Lime.
OFFICE COB. BAKER & HALL STS
TELEPHONE 88.
CANADIAN
i All lit*
AND SOO LINE.
IMPERIAL LIMITED
New  Fast  Daily  Service.
EAST   and   WEST.
Optional Routes Eust from
KOOTENAY COUNTRY.
First-Class Sleepers on nil trains from
ARROWHEAD &. KOOTENAVUKI,
TOURIST CARS pass Revelstoke
duily lor St. Paul, Thursdays for Montreal and Boston, Tuesdays aud Saturdays for Torouto.
NELSON
To TORONTO, 86 hour*; MONTREAL, 8!) hrs.; NEW YORK, 101 hrs.!
WINNIPEG, 45 hrs.; VANCOUVER
30 hrs.; VICTORIA, 85 hrs.
2���DAILY TRAINS -2
To and from Robson, Rossland.
7.00k Lv. NELSON Air. 10.50k
15.15k Lv. NELSON Arr. 19.26k.
Morning train daily for north und
main line via Robson, and except Sunday for Sandon, Slocan poiuts and
main line via Slocan City.
KOOTENAY LAKE-KASLO ROUTE,
Ex. Sun. Sir. Kokanee, Ex. Sim
Ki.OOk Lv. NELSON Arr. 11.00k
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, to Argenta and return, leaving Kaslo ut20,00k,
KOOTENAY RIVER ROUTE,
Daily.   Mrs, Moyie and Nelson.   Daily.
22.30k Lv.       NELSON       Arr. 2.30k.
Connects   Kootenay    Landing wilh
Crow's Nest Line trains.
i hrs-NELSON to ROSSLAND-brs i
Kor rales and full Information address nen
est local agent, or
C. K. BEASLBY, City Passenger Agent.
It. W. DUKW, Agent, Neleo'.
W. F. ANDKRSON, K. J. COYLB,
Trnv. Pass. Agent,       A. (i. P. Agent.
Nelson Vancouver.
WE   HAVE   IT!
The Suit you'll be proud
of. All the Style you can
stand ; all the Wear you
want. Come and see the
assortment I am showing
in Suitings for this and
the summet  season.    The
prices will astonish you.
~~~Stevens
The
Tailor
Rooms WEST BLOCK,
BAKER  STREET    NELSON    B.  C.
T. D. Woodcock & Co.
SLOCAN CITY
HARDWARE,        GRANITE WARE,
TINWARE
CANTON & JESSOP S STEEL,
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
GIANT POWDER,  CAPS & FUSE.
THE BODEGA.
Bass's and Alsopp's
Indian  Pale Ale
On Draught.
First-Class,
London,
Quality.
Illo-lU   d[rAyi  <4UjTtr   Xt^lA   duCc^-iiJ   JtA,/
VCArts  SMs f   JmlMsW   AtsP-ti/ iL4L^ty  -//^cL
Hii""p*' NELSON DAILY MINER, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1890.
THE CITY COUNCIL
T0 BK SPENT ON ELEOTRIO
$MGHT IMPROVEMENTS
Hull!
��� 1 Un tine aom and Mr. Pick-
Sobeui9 Apeed to-llie
Pioseoution-
son��
i raves
���. ,fl,,ng n Bpfioial flitting of the
ii mat uialit i" order lode-
Ci,J""|1;;" , "onld    be  taken
j;; i o2in��  U leotrio H*hf
JS Aldermen Hillver, Beer and
Itansoii wore nuBeiil,.
l���   Dicks if Ihe  Kootenay   Eleo-
trioSnpply & OoDHtrnotion Co. wis
���t ������,! gave nn elaborate and de<
Lied dascrJption of bis proposed alter-
" ������, wbstnnoe of which appeared
la tbe MiiM'i'H report of the last meeting of tlio Bo.ud of Works.
j,r, Diekson nnd tbe City   Engineer
northward.    The
Milton Prior's
life like.    The   explosion of Iho Maine
was very vivid.
Interspersed with tbe piotnres wire
illustrated hoiiks by MiM Lottio Kor-
ers and Miss Pearl Stanton. Both
ladies wore quits pleasing,
Another entertainment will be given
ihis evening and those who desire to
sue some very pretty viows should attend.
I"1
liaii mucin 11 cai
(.('nl rxiiininatiou of the
.jjewnt plnnt nnd bad oome to tbe con-
r0|0!|Ou Dint if Iho smaller four foot
���l,f(l wan moved lo tbe level of the
sis foot wheel thero would be sufficient
power foi the proposed new dynamo.
Along conversation followed. Mr.
Dickson succeeded in convincing the
Council tint his sobeuie wns tho
ohonpest In tbe long run for the Oily
and lie further gnarnntoed satisfaction. Tlio City would havo 5,000 ad-
oitimml anil serviceable lamps and the
total cost, inclitdini? the moving of the
wboe] wonld not excued $10,000
.Aftor duo consideration it wns rosolv-
tdnu the motion of AM. Pletoher to
order a new iudnotor alternator dyn-
amonnd have the alterations and wiring suggested by Mr, Dickson put  in.
Mr. Dickson's company were given
HieMiitrnot tor supplying tbe same.
Tbe Council see jied tn think thnt the
new work should be completed before
tin appronch of winter. Mr. Diikson
then agreed to hnve tlio work finished
by October 1.
The Oity Solicitor bad ordered the
Council tbnt If the summons against
Mr, Travis, the owner of tho new
building nn tli*. Broken Hill lilnek
was proceeded witb thu probable re
gull won Id be a fine whioh would lie of
conrso pnid bnt the building would
not be removed.
Ho suggested therefore that the summons bo withdrawn and that the owner
of tin> bnllding in question be notified, under Hylaw No. 7, of tho rovis
ed bylaws that within seven days
from mite of nntio i be do move the
raid bnllding nnd that, shonld ho fail
to do so, the Oitv wonld move the same
and oliarge him the cost of moving.
The question ot sower oonstrnotion
wns then discussed nt considerable
length with the Oity Engineer. How-
no resolution wiih rmsspd, the
Council p-eferring tn wait until the
meeting ou Mondnj before deciding
nefliiitelj what course to adopt.
Tlie  powder magazine proseontion
was mentioned anil Borne of  the alder-
men were in favor of further   prnsecn-
I tion, to h> continued weeklv until   the
magazine was removed, but this ones-
| bob wm aim pn tp,nod until Monday.
the Oonnoil then adjonniod.
���taSnh8 Ti " ��"Py  "f|"1���>""lancein  the  pioneer   town of
*-E'!'...?" J.w,,s,,v,.,ry!K,,st   kootenay.    When   this news   it
made   publio suoh small matters  as   a
road to the North Star will not be considered."
Messrs. Gamble & O'Reilly request
The Miner to announce thnt on Thursday they sold lots 7 and 8 in block,
Home Addition, not Addition A, to
Thomas Raymond. The Tribune as usual, is misinformed as to tho names of
the agents, the locality of the property and the name of tne   purobaeer.
Tomorrow rooming in the BnptiBt
Ohnroh the pustor, Rev. 0. W. Rose,
will give an account ol tha convention
held at Vanoonver nnd also the superintendent's report of the work ou 'the
different fields. Iu the evening the
ordinance of baptism will be observed.
The theme of the service will be "The
Only Name." Mr. Rose returned on
Thursday evening from Vuuoouver.
A correspondent writes Tbe Miner as
follows: The board of health, if tbere
is such a thing hero, or the health officer, if there is such u man, is rospeot-
fully notified to lemove the garbage
inirrels from tho alley which runs east
from Hall streot and between Bnker
aud Victoria. The stench arising
therefrom is awful and the scavenger's
bills ure always promptly paid by the
people residing in the vicinity.
"TODAY'S BARGAINS.
direful   Buyers   Are  Given   Unusual
Opportunities,
In yesterday morning's Miner was
begun tho publication of Ihe now departure m loonl advertising known as
"Bargain Columns," Therein appears the announcements of Nelson
merchants who imvo something special
to say to Nelson'.", [jiirotusing pnblio���
some bargains a bit ahead of ordinary bargains. These columns are to bo
found on the foutrh page of this issne, and will prove interesting reading to the careful buyer,
It is the purpose of The Miner to
make thin "Bargain Oolntnu" a feature Of our advertising columns. Every
advertisement appearing therein will
be ohanged each dny, or us often as
the advertiser wishes. Tlio Miner's
ad. writer will call daily at the stores
of tho advertisers and render nil possible assistance in preparation of nt-
trnctivo advertisements. Eaoh day
each ad. will contain the news of a
new bargain, or of n new arrival nf
seasonable goods, and the thrifty
housewife can save many steps during
her morning's shopping, and purchases
by reading the special offers as, they
appear each morning in our "Bargain
Columns."
Winn*�� TOim mm
ARE  SWEATING
With those high-topped shoes, think
comfortable they might be  ii" you   hi
pair of our newest   Tan   or   Canvas
fords.    Come at once and gel a pair.
how
id a
Ox-
AT THE HOTELS.
LAOROSSE OLUB
S   OOAST TRIP.
The Men Who  Will Do  Buttle  For
Nelson's  Houor.
The Nelson Lacrosse Club have be-
81111 practicing in earnest for their np-
PWaohing trip to the Pacific Coast,
When they will make a hot bid for
toe championship of the Province,
wnioh is at present held by New
Muster and has been hold hy
that team for the
Arrangements have
U'
past three years,
nor  been   fully
��W as yet, but it  is intended
n;a'\'  wi" >wo Nelson  on
del"' ,A'W,st 0th-   and   proceed
Th   J��.0'or,',wherethe����tgame
a���"; wJn '"' P^n with that
K    i ,,   U,r''ilv'A'K,,sn-"'en   to
*uiinai tor a game on Wednesday,
C;��; wi�� ����t  be played
Ubiol', lll,; "'"1 the final game,
of BritS  (V.taMthe  d">""��o��sl,if
Wes',       ���.' ;i',1"l";l' with the   New
��mS p    bTTV��  to   be
The i   ,       ���""   loutesting teams.
IK .,"^   '"'P Plnyors for this series:
cover point' TlV"dl'   point;   <*�����"*.
&L,fNio1'?]. Hnjer
���  ,     ,'���  ootsde;   Er
",:;;rv,lli,,sn,-i!
"i. > On!h" wni ""* bo
���,.���,,.""�� throe weeks' n
WHO IS TO BLAME?
An Unknown Nuisance   ou Baker nnd
Warn Street".
Those who had tlio misfortune to
hive business in buildings between
the postofflce and the Hotel Hume yes
terday were nearly poisoned by a loathsome stenob which pr evaded the at-
mosphoro of that portion of the    town.
Wlnlo excavating for tho new building tor P. Burns & Co., some old
cess-pools were opened.
Tho earth from these fonl pits wns
takon along Baker street and dumped
down the bole thore into Ward street,
tiling the creek below, and making
the Hume Hotel ulmost unbearable. It
was impossible to ascertain who the
muddle headed idiot was who was responsible for this unpardonable aot.
It is only to bo honed that this gross
carelessuoss will not result in anything more serious. The typhoid sen-
son will soou be with us aud fevor bacilli seem to haunt unsavory filth.
Where wns the health officer? Did no
Oity ollicial know of what was being
done.' And v,bo is the miscreant who
is responsible for it all? It is sincerely
hoped that the evil will at once be
remedied today.
Phair���A Van Bwitzer, Toronto; P.
Smith, Toronto; Prank Oliver, Rossland ; J H Nolan, Waneta; W 0 Forrester, Ymir; Mr McArthur, Rossland;
G D Edmunds, Sun Francisco; J M
Williams, Slocan City; F Wntsou.
Spokane.
Hume���A R McKinley, Toronto;
A Bullion;, Fernie; A Reeve, Toronto;
A Leitch, Cranbrook; H L Miltsom
Toronto:F Emerson, Vancouver; R
MoGuire, Molly Gibson mine; H Lev-
itus, Toronto ; Mrs Braden. Spokane ; P
B Wallace Toronto; ,1 S Berrell, River
City. Pa, ; W W Johnson, Rossland;
.1 L Coulson, Toronto; 0 Parker, Rossland ; Sherbo. Kuskonook; J E Dolan,
Bonners' Ferry.
LILLIE BROS.
Aberdeen Block.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
KD!Mill AND
DRESSED liUMBEK,
SHINGLES,
| MOULDINGS, SASH DOORS,
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING    .
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
FISHING
TACKLE.
Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards,  N El.SON and LARDO.
HEAD   OFFICE:
ustieclsoidt..
J.   A.   SAYWARD.
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
... ,   ,   ,, ���     -    centro
"onpi, Hajer, homo field
0nfaide;    Er,1Hei.    insina
r,^";�� will also ho taken as spare
not he i "
inks' pi
who  v
regulars ore ,iTD���w"? ,when ��"?
famoiutrntu
most in
ehoson until
(inks' practicos will
setoihoT8 wlln would be of
.' "' ""' Kun, when n,ly   of the
Knme.as some
islipd. |t
��'ilV In
��    p
name.
is possible
wecl i
after
(i the
series is fin
urn,,,,  i   nn exhibition game
'"    BtoSnJfh w,t,h ffamloops,   to
I'"H(1   alter    the   Westminster
DIORAMA
ve?  Ei
��P"a House Last E
Iho 'liarania
GIVES SATISFACTION,
fcwie   Exhibition   at   the
The water iu tho lake has been almost stationery during the last 2J
hours.
The choir of St. Saviour's ohurch
was entertuined last evening by Mr
Haines, secretary of tho choir. Re-
freshnieuts were served aud a very
pleasant evoniug passed.
Mr. Alexander Lea caught a five
pound trout on Thursday night near
the C. P. R. wharf. The fish was very
thin and dark colored, measuring
nearly 2}.2 feet in length.
Mr. George Kydd, manager of the
Merchants Bank of Halifax, received
tho sad information by cable a few
days ago that his mother had died at
the family residence in Dundee, Scotland.
Tho Miner's new broom must have
been suffering from swelled head on
Thursday night when he wrote "45,-
000 tons" instead of "45,000 pounds"
in the heading to tho Powder Magazine case.
Mr. Prank Oliver of the British
America Corporation, Rossland, was
in town yesterday on his way to Ar-_
geuta. Mr. Oliver is better known in"
Nelson as the possessor of a fine baritone voice.
Mr.Laiug Stocks loaves this morning
to spend tho day at Kootenay Bridge.
The machinery for the new mill
there for dealing with tho Granite and
lloyul Canadian ores is expected to
arrive early next week. The warehouse is almost completed.
The unskilled cyclist would do well
to use a brake wheu riding on the Mel-
sou bicycle track for it is, to say tho
least, dimgorous to the novice Dr.
Doolittle's patent brake is an ingenious contrivance as it is applied to the
rear whoel simply by back podalling.
The Catholio choir have deoided to
perform Gounod's Saorj Ooeur Mass at
the opening of the new church next
month. The choir contains some good
material which regular practice should
develop. There will be practices
every Tuesday and Friday evening at
8p, tn., at W. P.   Brougham'i houso.
Meteoroloftlc
ui   Report,
(ObHurvalloiw taken ny 11
, HurrlH.)
DATE          PAY        IIIOH-
I.OW-
KA1N
UAH-
KST
KST
PALL
O.VKTKH
July  7   Friday       81.0
48.0
0.00
27.70
July 8   Saturday 87.5
52.0
0.00
27.06
July 11  Sunday     8IHI
62.0
0.00
27.52
July 10   Monday    8b.O
51.0
0.00
27.611
July 11   Tuesday    01.8
50.0
0.00
27.08
July 12   Wod'day   'MA
51.0
0.00
27.70
July 13 Thursdaj   91.5
63.0
0.10
97 82
j��se patience.
Many people wait for the eyesight to get better���wait foi that
which never comes by waiting.
Patience is an excellent virtue,
but hot when the eyes give trouble.
The wise thing to do is to come at
once to us and be fitted with proper
Glasses.    Why not come to-day ?
Patenaude Bros.
Opticians
A   FEW
OF  OUR
BARGAINS.
vening.
is a very novel machine
large
Opera
���.   '        'mo light views on oanvac
^taSSSLvmapesa- The
House   u: ":   gathered in the
'totea    hi    K was hi8h'y��3e-
1tk,;*to0^ excellent work
??.,oe8 ��n *   S thas p,eaflBd �����"-
!llae�� are  ,u " ,   ��f *��>��� world.    The
""   IttOd painted
LADIES' JI.25iWRAPPER8 for ttl.00
LADIES'   1.50 WRAPPERS for   1,25
LADIES' 2,00 WRAPPERS for  1,70
LADIES' 2,50 WRAPPERS for   2.10
LADIES' 2,75 WRAPPERS for 2,10
LADIES'  3,00 WRAPPERS for  2,65
WHY  IS   IT
That our business has grown so rapidly in such a
short lapse of time ?
BECAUSE   OF  THE
Quality of our Goods, the Closeness of our Prices,
the Fairness and Honesty in Dealing with
our Customers, thereby gaining the confidence of
the public and proving ourselves worthy of
their patronage.
3-LB.   BOX  CREAM   SODAS,   35   CTS.
M.   DESBRISAY   &   CO.
H. BYERS & CO
Winter lingers in the lap of spring, but Gardens  must be
attended to, and we are Headquarters for
Garden   Tools,   Lawn   Mowers,   Garden
Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Ice Cream
Freezers, Bird Cages, Screen
Doors and  Windows.
COMPLbTE   .INES OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
������4��������������������������
SANDON.
NELSON
KASLO
1 ^ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD... |
S= Seal Estate and Insurance Agent. 5|
|e The Birkbeck Investment, Security |
�� and Savings Co. 3
fc FOR   SALE���On easy  terms, Five-Roomed House and 3
CI two lots on Front Street 13
30 Per Cent Off Any Blouse In Stock
C(ll("-s show nn ��"S p.B1,?ted I,ud the
S'snionl "AM*^. well. The
ulna a
of
"fleets
parkas
Nl��'"'s Dr      '.'":!���    'A Mlrtroi
Dream1
Thero
elio-
WW beantifol i��� the
nere vu.wa ��#   t	
wtreme
t l^ 'Kurt        ' SJ*SW��  Square.
fever
�� spreading
A correspondent euggestB that the
Nelson '-'Dailies" Bhould ohange their
names as there are so many "Tribunes" and Miners" in Oanada.
He approves ol such names as the
"Ledge" the "Paystreak" and pro
poses that the Miner should re-christen
itself the "Upraise" and the Tribune
the "Sink."
W. W. West, the owner of the tng
Halys, arrived in Nelson yesterday
from Ockonook. The Halys towed a
boom of logs i)80 feet long from Ooko-
nook. Mr. West says that this is the
largest boom that has ever crossed the
Kootenay Lake. It contained 2,700
logs aud required 64 boom sticks to go
around ic. Saywurd & Co., were the
consignees.
The Fort Steele Prospector makes
the following vory mysterious statement: "Next week we shall probably have Borne interesting railway
news to make public. News of such
a nature as will thril every oiri/.en
of Fort Steele, and give them  inoreas-
Martin O'Reilly & Co.
Bank of B.C. Building.
TKRJIS CASH WKST BAKER 81
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley Nelson
Thomson Stationery Co       NelBon
Ice Cream
Freezers
AT
THE
Thomson Stationery Co
Oanivna Drug &Book Co.
Ilolel Hume Nowh Stand
Hotel Phair Newsstand
Humphrey & PlttOOU
1). Oampbell
C. V. Nelson
j. F, Delaney
II. A. Bradahaw
Slocan News Co.
Thomson Bros.
Hotel Spokane
M. W. Simpson
Lamonlfe YounR
John IJiydon
James Hamilton
Samuel Price
H. A. Klnit & Co.
and News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Ymir
NowDonver
Roseberry
Slocan City
Sandon
Vancouver
Spokane
Rossland
Kaslo
Lardo
Creston
Robson
Greenwood
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED,
IMPOHTEBS   OF
Shelf & Heavy Hardware,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
on
boats and
PLUMBING and TINSMITHING
Promptly Attended to.
CRESTON.
The shipping Point for Gjat
Mountain Mines on the Crow'sNest
Pass and Bedliugton and Nelson
Railways.
The Centre of one of the Finest
Agricultural and Fruit Growing
Districts in West Kootenay.
For information and Price Lists
apply to L. A. HAMILTON,
Land Commissioner C.P.R.,
Winnipeg.
Cr to E. MALLANDAINE, Jr.,
Agent, Creston, B. C.
GEO. McFARLAND, Agt., Nelson.
REfSTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in  and see   ua.
UELSON.
B. C.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
GENERAL   BROKER.
Fire,   Life, Accident  and  Sickness
Insurance.
Real  Estate and Loans.
To Let.���Several Houses of
Different Sizes.
For Sale.���Real Estate in all parts
of the  City.
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.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company.
Operating
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard Time.
Effective  June 19, 1899.
KASLO & SLOCAN RY.
Passenger train for Sandon and way&tatlons
leaveH Kaslo at 8 a. in., daily. Returning,
leaves Sandon ai 1.15 p.m,, arriving at Kaslo
at 8.65 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lake and River.
Sir. /'International' leaver Katdo for Nelson
at 0 a. in. daily excopL Sunday. Returning,
leaves Nelson at ��,80 p.m., calling at Batfour,
I'ilot, Hay. Ainsworth and all way points. Con*
neots with Str. "Alberta" to arid froir* Bon-
iier'n Kerry, Idaho, also with S. F. & N. to and
from Spokane at Five Mile Point.
Str. Alberta" Leaves Nelsou for Bonner's
Ferry, Tuesdays. Thursday a and SaturdayH
at 7 a.m., meeting Steamer 'International"
from Kaslo al Pilot Pay. Returning, leaves
Bonner's Ferry at 8 a. m. WedneHaays, Fridays and Sundays, connecting with Sir. "International" for Kaslo, I>ardo and Argonta.
Direct connections made at Bonner'a Ferry
with Great Nor thorn Railway for all polnta,
east and west.
LARDODUNtAN  DIVISION.
Str. 'International" leaves Katdo for Lardo
and Argenta at 8.45 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays. Str. "Alberta" leaves Kanlo for Lardo
and Argenta at 8.00 p.m. Sundays.
Steamers call at principal landings in both
directions, and at other points whon signalled.
Tickets sold to all points in Canada and the
United States.
To ascertain rates and full information, ad-
dross :
ROBERT IRVING,
Manager, Kanlo, B, O
MISCELLANEOUS
LOST.���Fishing Hod, iu cane, with reel attached, on shore ahovo Morloy'n House. Kinder
will he rewarded on returning it to 15. Carson,
Kelson, U. O.
LOST.���A Silvor Cigarette Case, with mona
gram II. L. A. IC, hetwoon 1'lmir Hotel and
0. P. K. station or on train botween Nelson
and Slocan Junction ; live dollars reward If
flndor will return to Dr. Kollar, Ymir, B. C.
V. B. HARPER, Musioal Director, leader
Nelson Orchestra; Musicians furnished for all
occasions on short notice.   Telephone 62.
KOK SALK���Old nowspapers atSS coiils pe
imi. Just tho thing to put nnder carpet
Miner olllco,
PAINTING AND   SKETCHING   CLASS���
S.Tyi.ltM is uuw prepared to give leasonB (either
prlvuto or class) iuollardwater oolot: Sketoh-
Ing trom nature, Foi I, irnih apply S. Tjlieri
BakerSD.West.   P.O.Box��i.
fl _JL-
���  i ��� >
I
I
NELSON DAILY MINER, SATURDAY, JULY 15. 'fo-
��� ���������������������������<������������������*����������������������� like to advertise, hot a thing they like
��� T| beat of all il   tu   feel   and know   that
X   irnTTin   rtTl I the trade they advertise for reads their
I MINES OF I
L    KOOTENAY |
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Ymir, July 14.-(Speoial).���The
property situated at the bead of Qnartz
And Stewart Creeks, owned by Messrs.
Holland, Findley, Creamer and Trask,
aud known as the T. V. Trask Group,
o imposed of three olaims in all.ia turning out will. Tbe surface showing is
a lead of deoompoBed quartz some 40
feet in width. Upon this there has
been suuk two shafts each to a depth
of 26 feet, iu addition there are two
opeu cutB. An average assay taken
from the shaft resulted in the following: 3olrt, I3S.40 and silver, 18
oents. Two shifts are at work on the
proparty and development work will
be continueed all summer.
Two more important discoveries have
jnst been made on IB Mile Oreek, at
the bead of the north fork and Mill
Oreek. Fred Hamlin, who has been
prospeoting in that section for the
past two months, located a group ot
olaims which he named Monte Oristo
and Sfax. The Burface showing iB a
ledge of rose quartz four feet wide carrying galena, copper and visible gold,
The ledge is a contaot and lies between porphry and diorite and iB well
denned. Your correspondent saw specimens and I have no hesitation in
stating tbat tbe rock ia unequaled for
a surface ehowing. The owner is here
getting an outfit ready to go out to
work on the property.
Tbe Fairmont Gold Mining Oompany has deflniteliy stated that they
will build an extension from the Don-
dee road to their property, Evening
Star and Morning Star and that they
will install machinery to further develop, and that u start will be made
inside of a month; this will he encouraging hhwh to. stockholders in t.iis
property which is considered one of
our best prospects.
��   ��  ���
Mr. K. Dickerson, repreaenting a
New York syndioate, has just bonded
the Skyline and Ranger claims adjoining tbe Ohapleau, on the first north
fork ot Lemon Oreek.
It ia rumored that the Eureka on
Toad mountain has been bonded to a
Rossland firm.
��� ���  ���
Mr. Williams returned from the
Chapleanjyesterday. He ia well pleaa-
ed with bia property and baa now
eight men nt work there. Already ISO
tone of ore in baga are leady to be
moved and tbe mine will start, shipping within the next two or three
days.
��� *   *
Ottawa, July 14.���Speaking of the
report pnbliabed tbat McKenzie and
Mann are preparing to make a flotation of all or a large part of their Brit-
lab Columbia mines in one company,
either on the Montreal or London market, D. D. Mann said, that this waa
not strictly correct He said tbat
a certain portion of their mines will
be floated, bnt it haB not been deoided on which market, nor will the
mines be floated in a block, as stated.
The North Star group at Fort Steele
will be floated as a separate group and
bonded at fl, 600,000, and together
with the Boundary properties will
make the combined total capitalization
of tbe different companies, |6,500,000
and not 110,000,000 for one company,
as stated in the dispatch. The decision to float tbe properltes is of a recent date, and the details of tbe
scheme have yet to be worked out.
��� ���   ���
A general meeting of the Queen Bess
Company waa held yesterday at Winchester House, London.
��� *   ��
Tbe Directors of the Athabaaoa Gold
Mines have cabled instructions to Mr.
Nelson Fell to purchase aa air compressor, and also a cyanide plant if
thought advisable.
��� ���  ���
The late Lieutenant-Governor, the
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, has returned
from England. During his short
stay in London he has formed a strong
syndicate to develf.p properties in the
Similkameen. The British Columbia
Review ia tbe authority for tbiB statement.
��� ���   e
During the month of June 10,000
tons of coal and 2,000 tons of ooke
were shipped from Fernie by the
Crow's Nest Pass Goal Company. Two
mines or Coal creek near Fernie are
being worked and 400 men employed.
This c impany expect to ship 1,000 tons
a day by December. Another mino is
being opened at Michel. In three
month 400 ooke ovens will be in operation. The coal Is fonnd only in the
cretaoeons formations, und is rquul to
any on this oontlneent.
advertisements. Let them know
that you read their ads. and you immediately rise high in the estimation
of the advertisers.
Ice cream and ice cream soda travel
coolly in tbe same channels these
warm days. Humphrey's & Pittock
talk wittilly of these topic in our Bargain Columns.
J. A. Gilker, the merchant, ia making a bona fide offer of a 25 per cent,
reduction on all the clothing in his
large stock, through the Bargain Columns of this morning's Miner.
Thome's palatable summer drinks
prove an interesting topic of conversation in this morning's Bargain Columns.
Morrison & Caldwell of the Red
Frout Grocery speak of their stock in
trade through tho medium of the Miner's Bargain Columns.
The Doctor orders Roisterer's Lager
Beer for patients who need a pleasant
and effective stimulant m these warm
davs. Most all healthy people drink it,
too, nnd their health is thereby perpetuated.
It is surprising to witness the
pleasant effects in iron and brass as
shown in the carloadB of braHS aud iron
bedsteads received yesterday by D.
MoArtbur & Co., and told of in this
moruing'H Bargain Columns.
The regular fl.25 regatta Bhirts are
offered at 75 cents hv A. Ferland, and
white and colored dress muslins at 0,
10 and 12}�� cents. See Bargain Columns.
Merchants Lunch, 12 to 2, at 25
cents, is the Nelson Cafe's leader in
tbis morning's paper.
Fresh cut flowers and plants is the
story Frank A. Tamblyn tells i J our
Bargain Columns this morning.
Read the ad. of L. Pogue in our
Bargain Columns.
Prjsser, the Victoria street secondhand man, will pay you good prices
for many things you deem valueless.
See his offer in the  Bargain OolumnB.
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WILL'S
Famous English Tobaccos
^AVVVWWVAV/��V^
CAPSTAN (Navy Cut)
and
TRAVELLER
THREE CASTLES
and
WESTWARD HO
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Bargain Columns.
see
Some Unusually Good Bargains Offered  By  Our
terprising Merchants.   Changes Daily.
,,\
Ladies' Blouses.(Hub Furaishiag House.
Discount of 20/
Martin O'Reilly h Co,
We Have   Still   a   Few   Boy':
Must be Sold nt Cost Price.
Need ihe Room,
Milts.
We
Emory & Walley.
SMOKE "HOYAL SEAL"   CIGARS,
It's Not the Coat
SPECIAL     BARGAIN   POINTER".
Tips Por Thrifty HouBewlvos���Bargain
Column  Snaps
Watermelons have appeared In the
local market. Tbe East End Grocery
is tbe first firm to advertise watermelons. See this morning's Bargain Columns.
Ladies are offered a 20 per cent, reduction on blouses, through Martin
O'Reilly & (!n'n., ad. in the Bargain
Columns.
urTtT
Columns,
Tbe Kootenay Cigar Co., is pushing
its famous "Royal Seal" oigars.
Price la not so much a feature of these
cigars as is their general excellence.
"A chapter on dress" might be called tbis morning's ad. of H. M. Vin-
oeut, tbe Tailor. Seo Bargain Columns.
Your new Sunday hat is the subject
on wbioh Mrs. McLaughlin reaches
for your trade through her special card
in this morning's Bargain Columns.
"Just tell themthatyou saw ma" is
the song of every little advertisement
in onr "Bargain Columns", Tell the
merchant that you note his special
offer and have "come to tako advantage pf it," and you villi touch him
jqu a  pleasant   topic.   All   meroharta ���
Big Schooner
Beer or
Half-and-Half.
10c.
ALWAYS FRESH
ALWAYS     COOL
The
Best
Nelson
Glass   of  Beer
is at the
CLUB HOTEL,
Cor. Silica & Stanley Sts,
E. J. Curran, Prop.
PARSONS PRODUCE
COMPANY.
WHOLESALE
Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Cured Meats, Green
Fruits and Vegetables.
SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY
BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS,
Full Stocks Carried at Nelson
and Rossland.
Mail Orders Solicited.
Diamond Core Drill
Conttaota
properties,
ment.
mnde for development   of
Shares taken  in  part pay-
Nelson Employment Agency
Help
J. H
Of   All    KlnilK  I iiiaKli,,!.
LOVE, Agt      Baker St
BOARD and ROOM
First-Class Board aud
Room, Todd's old stand, in
rearvof English Church. Table
Board, $4.00. Room and
Board, $5.00 and $5.50.
J. V.. O'LAUGHLIN.
THOMSOlTs
The Wall Paper House of the West.
Reputation
staked
T points   of
I VALUE,
in buying vour Wall Paper, value iH,
of eourse, 11 prime consideration,   This
��� ���������������������> in one of t,l,|. strong
il our line-
It is on this
that we Btake our reputation as the Wall
Paper House of British
Columbia, When Buying paper, it, is not always how Aheap, 'ait
how good, Here again
we come In, " How
good?" and " Value"
are our two strongest
points.    Net prices   to
no rake-off or oorumls-
on
iVALUE.]
���������������������������
the consumer
sions to anyone
Thomson Stationery Co,
Ltd., NELSON, B. C.
STOCK REDUCTION SALE.
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On Every Article Purchased in Our
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
DEPARTMENT
XDX7KI3STG-      TBCIS      WEEK.
That Makes tho Man, It* tho Whole
Butt, it's the Siyle, Fit and workmanship. Why WimrSliiiliy Kvening Ap-
parol when itOoats no More to Dress
HiK-lltl	
H.   M.   VINCENT,   The   Tailor.
I Want
To F.t Some of the
Heads
Smart Triinmwl
ami Untrmiiiieil lists in .Mill.
summer Millinery.
*r.11 it��:u or oaoiGK itimaiy*
MRS
MCLAUGHLIN.
Kirkpatrick & Wilson's.
0. Box K 6 W Telephone 10 Baker Street
Telephone or Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
**** ************
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B.C.
801
100   DOZEN
PURE GOLD JELLY
Just   arrived   in   the   following   flavors:���
LEMON, PINEAPPLE,   ORANG-E,
VANILLA, GRAPE-FRUIT, CHERRY,
RASPBERRY,  CALF-FOOT,
STRAWBERRY.
By adding a pint of boiling' water to a package, you have a pint of De
licious Rich  Jelly, at small cost.
M.   DESBRISAY   &  CO.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorized   -   -   -   -   $2,000,000
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000, Reserve, $l,25o,ooo.
Head Office: Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Qeneial Banking Business transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the m   -t favorable terms.    Interest allowed
deposit! 'nd on Saving Bunk accounts.
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Van
couver, Vancouver East End, Victoria, Ymir.
on special
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
W. P. DICKSON
E. H. H. APPLEWHAITE
J. McPHEE
Kootmy Electric Sulr ui GmHwdn Co.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and lighting for mines,  towns,   etc.    Electric  Fix-
tures, Lamps, Bells. Telephones, Annunciators, etc.
Josephine St NELSON, B. C.
LETHBRIDGE     COAL
be   forwarded
$6.75   PER   TON,   DELIVERED-
All orders must be accompanied by cash and should
either personally or by mail to the office of
FRANK   FLETCHER,  P. |_. S.,
W. P   TIERNEY, LAND & COAL AGENT,
General Agent Cor Kootenav & Baker St��
DISSOLUTION   NOTICE.
NOTICE in hereby'given that tho partner
Help heretofore oxIhiIhk  bcl
DON ALU and VV. V. liHOI'UIIAM, unifer the
Llio pn
II. M.
lirm  name of Macdonald ��r   Broughim, wan
ilbwolved on Iho With June, I8IW.
A. MASLONKA,
Manufacturer
of
Customs Wohk a Specialty,
Repairing Nkatj.y Done.
HALL8T., BET. BAKER & VERNON.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
COFFEE ROASTERS AND
DEALERS IN TEA A COFFEE.
Our Freeh Boasted Ooflee of Best
Quality, ns follows:
Java and Arabian Mooha, por round       s u
Java and Moohn Blond.8 pounds... "*! $
Fine Bantoa, ��pounds...  , S
Santos Blend, ;> pounds.,       ^
<)nr Spooial Blend, 8pounds  ','"     $
Our Klo ltonsi, li pounds ,.'']] , [JJ
A TIIIAI, OltDI It hill Kin i,.
Ha LDBROOMB :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK,  W.  BAKER ST.
Nelson,     -     p. Cm
Ice Cream at Humphreys & Pittook's,
25 Per Cent Off
CLOTHING.
J. A. Gilker.
WATERMELONS!
Uallfor.
Snake River Peaches,  Oherrles
and Cabbagot-.   Now Potatoes
nla Plums.
TODAY.
East End Grocery.
Thorpe's
SUMMER DRINKS
Be vorages���Healthful and Refreshing,   Our
Label Ih a Guarantee of Purity ani
Excellence.
SMOKE "ROYAL SEAL"   CIGARS,
Morrison & Caldwell.
The Bed Froni Grocery.
Full Line of Fresh Groceries, Tpiis and
Coffees,    Lipton'fl Teas (Hie.
per- pound.
Iftr.SIl    It A Mil    EMiS   DAILV.
The Doctor Orders II.   VI
Riesterer's Lager Beer
Just the Thing in Hot Weather,
D. McARTHUR & COMPANY
Have Received Their Carload of
BRASS AND IRON BEDS.
Ice Cream Soda at Humphreys & Pittook's,
SMOKE "ROYAL SEAL"   CIGARS,
WHITE AND COLORED DRESS MUSLINS,
9, IO AND 12 I-2C.
Regular $1.25 Regatta Shirts for 75c.
A. FERLAND.
Nelson Cafe.
Merchants' Lunch, 12 to 2,
\m,
OPEN ALL NUIUT.
Y. HOSHI,
SMOKE "ROYAL SEAL"   CIGAES,
...L. POGUE...
Hrnvy A ExprtM
HARNESS,
Saddles.
Thanking our Customers  for Past,
Favors, we wish all  to know that we
carry a Choice  Line ot Cut Flowers |
und Plants.
FRANK A. TAMBLYN,
Baker Street,
Nelsou,
Fresh Fruits at Humphreys & Pittook's,
WANTED.
ANYTHING
NEW OR  OLD
You don't want, slough off on
PROSSER,
VICTORIA   STREET,
Between Word and Josephine Streets.
There will be something
in this space to interest
you   to-morrow  morning.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
.. FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
Oamps supplied on shortest notice and Lowes Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock
Markets at Nelson and Ymir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
LOG CABIN
SMOKING  TOBACCO.
LAMBERT & BUTLER, London,
TRY   IT.
To be had at all Tobacco Stores in Town.
Eng
Turner Beeton&CoJ
NELSON, B. C.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS

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