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No.
99.
Nelson, British Columbia. Friday  Morning, September 2, 1S98.
Ninth Year
YOUNG MAN
WITH $5.00
In your pocket. We'll give you $5.00 worth
of Shoes, or your $5.00 back, Is that plain ?
No there's a hole to wriggle out of, if we
wanted to wriggle. We'll make it plainer
yet; you shall be the judge ofthe $5's worth.
We wan! tlie job of covering the feet of all those young men (or old men)
we sec who pay enough for tlieir shoes to bc well shod.
We have a Beautiful Line of Shoes at this
price. You should sec them. Lower priced
ones too, $1.00 to $5.50
LILLIE'S SHOE HOUSE
A
The Dreyfus Case Comes Up
Again.
THE VICTIM OF A PLOT
A Pastor Falsely Reported
a Murderer.
INNOCENCE IS PROVED
Tei'rible"Experieiico of tbo Bov. and Mrs-
Thompson at Kamloops   Tlie Sentinel to tbe Kescue.
I Oity, ami that was seized under orders
from Major Walsh, as soon us it arrived thero.   The Yukon administrator
entirely refused to honor the liquor
permits issued by the department of
tbe interior.
'That is tho  only ease   in  whieh au
exception was made and what will become of the thousands of gallons now
im   the   way   up   tho   river   from Hi.
Michaels'   is   a  question.   Mr. Braid
shipped    it   good   many    eases     and
though lie Iuul permits in his possession
when he left* here, it was  only  a few
days ago that the   matter  was   finally
I arranged.      During    Mr.    Ogilivie's
! stay here he told Mr. Braid's ropresenta-
i live that he would honor  the   permits
that his predeoesor in  office would not*
have anything to do with.
OAN THIS  BE TRUE?
The usually quiet   and peaceful burg
ot    Kamloops   has   been   s(tried to its
depths.    It was  stated   by  the Stand-
I aril of that eity that   that law abiding
I> community was all  unawares  harboring a murderer of the most  despicable
stamp,
The so-called murderer, by name the
I Hev.    W,    .1.    Thompson,    arrived   in
rEamloops from Ipswich,   Mass., about
I live weeks   ago, accompanied   by   his
wife, a  lady possessed of eons1"SefwMe
I personal charms,   Ho announced him-
elf  as  a   Baptist  minister,   Shortly
I after their arrival the  couple   engaged
I 11   house,    furnished   it   elegantly and
i1 then advertised for  boarders, a special
lattraotion being the   reverend   gentle-
I man's extensive library.   Hev. Thoiiip-
jsiin soon succeeded in   making a niim-
jber of friends in tho city, und  on one
I occasion  he   preached   in ono of  the
[local churches.
Mr, Thompson, who was in search
lot employment, accepted a position
jiu. canvasser for the Kamloops Inland
[.Sentinel. Then the Standard got in
[its deadly work. It published sensa-
Itiomil and unfounded statements that
Ithe reverend gentleman was suspecled
lof poisoning nis first wife and his step
���ion, his present wife being his aceom-
Ipliee. Mr. Thompson was away when
Ithese statements were made, "but on
T-liis return tho Sentinel mado it its
i'msiness to enquire into the facts,
|whii-h aro fully set. forth in its issuo of
lhe 80th ultimo.
1 A telegram from lhe chief of police
Jit Ipswich, Mass., elicited tho reply
[that the story was an invention of the
���reporters, The local coroner also denied tho charge. Thus the Hev.
JjDhompson's straightforward account of
mis actions, which has been sent to the
lurid press, is fully substantiated.
Iu the meantime irreparable harm
lias been done. Theso reckless and
1'iiwardly charges havo been scattered
broadcast over the Dominion, and
[iinny who have read the accusation
Ivill never see the refutal. It is to be
liresumod, however, that tho Standard
I vill give the prominence to the Hev.
f.lr. Thompson's innocence, that it has
1 oue to his supposed guilt. One result
Iif this horrible accusation has been,
lhat Mrs. Thompson has been taken
violently ill, so much so that at ono
lime the loss of her reason was feared.
A   Very Serious   Chargo   Against   an
Official in  the Yukon.
Vancouver, Sept. 1.���Fred   Johnson,
of Vanei iiiver, is alleged to have enough
evidence  to   prove   the  allegations of
wrong-doing by some of  the Canadian
government   officials   in   the   Yukon.
Mr,   Johnson   claims   that  he   hmself
has been victimized, and he   says will
I endeavor     to     institute    proeedings
: against   Iho'  Dominion     government,
Mr.    Johnson   says   he   staked    three
claims in different localities, and went
to Dawson to  record them.    When his
i turn came at* the office, he   asked to bo
j allowed to record what   he had staked.
[ He was   cold   that tho   office was very
j busy, hut they would tell him'next day
whether the   claims   had been   previously   recorded   or  not.    At the   samo
time, the offloial whom   he  saw asked
I him where   the   claims were,   aud   ho
gave him the desired information.  Tho
offloial made a nolo of the finds, at tho
! same time remarking   that   he did not
'��� think   that   the   claims could   be   re-
! corded.    Mr. Johnson wanted to know
why, and   the   official   is   reported to
1 have said that   something would   have
to be paid for the privilege.    Mr Johnson asked what was wanted,   and then
asked the official to   drop   him   a line
next   day   and   stato   the  sum.    This
official, he   savs, sent   him   a   letter,
.which is now in Vancouver in the safe
] of   Johnson   & Burnett.    This   letter,
I it is stated, said that, $200   and   a half
interest in all the claims would bo accepted, and the   claims duly   recorded
without further trouble.    Mr. Johnson
did not accede to the   request, and his
claims were   never   recorded.    He believes that a tip was given   to a friend
of someone in tho recorder's office, and
that upon this tho   claims were staked
out by somebody else and recorded.    If
these   statements   are   true, they   can
easily bo proved by tracing the circumstances connected   with the   recording
of the claims   in   question,   including
the time of staking and application  of
records.
Col. Henry Forged tbe Letter* of Accusation���Suicide  of Oolonel Henry
in  Prison-
N, Vi. WHISKEY PERMITS.
Iliijor Walsh Refused Thein   But  Mr.
Ogilvie Will Accept Them.
ll Vancouver, Sept. 1.���Mr. Braid, of
niis city who had a permit to tako
1*0,000 gallons of whiskey into Iho
j'ukon, will likely get the liquor in.
flajor Walsh refused to recognize per-
liits, but Mr. Ogilvio will honor
(hem,
} Mr. Braid says, writing from Lako
J-oimett that ho was very much surprised at tho enormous quantities of
pods going   into   tho Yukon country.
few months ago nearly all tho goods
Ibing in woro from Seattle, but now
lo says 110 thinks the tide has turned
pd moro of the stuff has tho labels of
lancouver and Victoria merchants.
Ihe packing dono by British Ooluin-
J'.a merchants was especially praiseworthy.
JHn connection with Mr. Braid's trip
Iverul incidents of spocial interest
Igarding tho Yukon liquor traffic
livo come to light. It is a faot that
lit of all the shipments of whiskey to
|ie Yukon this season, only ono, up to
month  ago, had arrived at Dawson
A JUMP  POR LIFE.
Kingston, Sopt. 1.���A jump from
a bridge into the water below to
save their lives was the exciting experience of a young couplo near Shar-
bot lake. Vi. Sproule, a school teacher
at* Sharbot lake, and a young lady
caniper from Texas, was walking along
tho Canadian Pacific railway track
about half a mile west of the station.
At* that point thoro is 11 bridge 200
yards long, spanning a body of water
and the young couple wore half way
across when the O. P. R. train suddenly appeared, They had not sufficient time to reach the end of the bridge
and to avoid a horrible death Mr.
Sproule look the young lady in'his
arms and jumped into Ihe water just a
few moments before the locomotive
swept by. They reached the shore in
safety. Mr. Sproule was complimented for his bravery by tho peoplo
at the lake.
DESPAIR AND DEATH
Victoria, Sopt. 1.���News conies from
St. Michaels of tho suicido of W. O.
Bevingtou of Friedman, Pa., mate of
the N. A. T. T. Co.'s river steamer
Klondike, bocauso of discouragement
and ill-health. He hud just recovered
from an attack of chills and fever
when ho received a letter from homo
which induced melancholia. Beving-
ton then wont, to tho master of tho
Klondike asked for a revolver, saying
ho wished to protect himself. After
securing the revolver ho went, ashore
and nothing moro was seen of him
until his body was found on the beach
at St. Michaels with a bullet hole
through his head. His remains wore
buried by his friends and the steam-
boatmen.
Paris, Sopt. 1.���France has been
thrown into a frenzy of excitement by
tho events of today. Lieutouant Colonel Henry, ono of tho chief witnesses
against Dreyfus, the unfortunate now
immured on a lonely island, confessed
that the letter which stripped Dreyfus
of his rank was forged.
Henry's   court-martial   was  ordered
and ho was   taken   to  prison but committed suicido when he arrived.
ADMITTED HIS GUILT.
When Lieutenant Colonel Henry
was summoned to tho residence of the
minister of war ho found assembled
there Colonel Pary Duclani. Count
Esterhazy, General Boisdofvre, General Roiget and M. Cavaignac. The
minister of war had the suspected
letter on his desk. He took it up and
said to Henry:
" You did not mention the name of
tho agent who furnished this letter.
My attention has been called to tho
fact that on tho docket there is uo
name.''
Oolonel Henry beat his forehead and
then said he had no memory for
names, and had forgotten the name in
this case, but he would know tho man
if he saw him.
"Iti? a pity you have forgotten, "
j said M. Cavaignac, distinctly. "Wo
j think the letter a forgery aud that you
I havo been duped by a clever forger.''
Henry declared his belief in its
authenticity, but in a very faint* voice
"Como,"   said   the  minister.    "No
agent over gave it to you.    You wrote
j it in pencil to disguise your handwrit-
I ing tho better.    You are a forger."
Tho colonel's speech grew thick, but
ho denied the charge. Then it was
repeated and ho gave fresh signs of
agitation, his tongue began to cleave
to tho roof of his mouth and it was
feared that he would have a stroke of
apoplexy.
"On your honor as a soldier," said
M. Cavaignac, moro gently, "did you
or did yon not write that letter?"
"Since you appeal to,rmy soldierly
honor, it was Iwho wrote it," replied
Henry.
FURTHER DETAILS.
The arrest of Lieutenant Colonel
Henry on the disoovery that ho is the
author of au important letter which
figured in the Dreyfus caso is one of
tho most sensational developments in
the whole of this extraordinary affair.
Colonel Henry has been throughout tho
champion of tho army against Colonel
Picquart with whom he fought a duel.
This now development appoars to alter
the aspect of both tho Dreyfus and
Zola cases and to practically nullify
tho evidence of General Pellieux and
Boisdefvro and the declarations of tho
minister of war, M. Cavaigfiac, in the,
chamber of deputies. In faot, some
peoplo boliovo that perhaps tho real
turning point in tho Dreyfus case has
boen reachod and tho arrest of Colonel
Henry will lead to a revision of the
trial of tho prisoner on  Devil's islaud.
It appears that so soon as M. Cavaignac assumed tho offlco of minister of
war ho charged tho officials to make a
thorough research of tho Dreyfus caso
and it was this that resulted in tlio
discovery of the document lately read
in tho chamber of deputies by M.
Caavignac, showing Iho proof of the
guilt of Dreyfus was forged.
Colonel Henry confesses to having
committed forgery "owing to the absolute necessity of finding proofs against
Dreyfus. It is understood that tho
document in question is tho letter
which hitherto has been alleged to
have beeu written by tho German
military attache to the Italian military
attache in October, 1896. It is also
said that when the interpellation in
tho Dreyfus caso was proceeding in
the chamber of deputies this letter was
secretly communicated to the court
martial and was the chief evidenco
upon which Dreyfus was convicted.
Tho anti-Dreyfus papers aro dum-
founded at tho arrest of tho colonel,
while on tho othor hand tho papers
wliich have been supporting tho proposition to reopen tho caso aro jubilant.
Thoy now demand tho immediate release of Colonel Picquart, who is imprisoned ou charges connected indi-
, rectly with tho Dreyfus affair, and
thoy insist also upon a review of tho
Dreyfus trial.
Colonel Henry's confession threatens
to rekindle tho Dreyfus agitation moro
heatedly than before and seems likely
to shake public confidence in the army.
Even the Liberto, a strong Dreyfus
organ, says: "It must cause deep pain
to all honorable men that officers of
such standing show a lack of moral
sense.
DREYFUS   MAY GO FREE.
It is reported that at today's cabinet
meeting tho ministers admitted that a
revision of the Dreyfus trial was absolutely unavoidable and a public announcement that the ministry had decided to initiate such a revision is expected soon.
Another report, is (bat the minister
for war has declared lhat ho intends
to compel the resignation of the chief
of the general Staff, General Boisdefvro
and his subordinate (lonz, because in
two years' investigation they had not
succeeded in discovering the forgery
and led successive war ministers to
pledge themsolves to the genuineness
of the documents.
The Temps this afternoon asserts
that tho disclosures made to the ministers today have decided the ministers
of war to place Major Couut. Esterhazy
on tho retired list.
Colonel Henry was attached to the
war department when Dreyfus was
convicted and ho was one of the prominent witnesses who testified unfavorably of M.Zola during tho latter's sensational trial ou the chargo of libeling
military officials.
HENRY SEES   HIS WIFE.
After his arrest he was permitted to
visit his wife while on the way to the
fortresss at Mount Valerien. She
thought, he had had a fit. He addressed
her as "My poor wife, " adding: "I
am under arrest.''
Tho officer accompanying him was
tinder orders not to lose sight of him
for a moment and therefore he could
not see his wife alone. All three proceeded to his bedroom to get the necessary clothing. Henry then clasped his
wife in his arms and exclaimed: "My
conscience is pure and froo from every
sting."
This exclamation is much commented
upon, as going to show that ho may
possibly havo forged the leiter under
orders from his superiors.
Lieutennt Colonel Henry was a
peasant's son. He was born in Pousey
iu Marne, in 18-iH, and enlisted in a
foot regiment as his brother's substitute in 1SI5I). -Ho has a good military
record for bravery and inexorable discipline. Ho was a prisoner of war in
INTO and was wounded in the Algerian
campaign. He retained much of tho
rough and ready manners of a noncommissioned officer. I He wusjaeking
in education, spoke uo foreign" languages and owed his promotion primarily
to his reputation for blunt straightforwardness.
THE  CULPRIT'S  SUICIDE.
Lieutenant Colonel Henry cut his
throat with a razor which he had concealed in his clothes, dying in a few
moments. During the Zola trial,
Henry accused Colonel Piquart of falsifying tolegrams. A duel followed in
wliich Henry was wounded. Tho next
scene occurred in tho chamber of
deputies, whero Colonel Piquart pronounced tho letter a forgery and as a
result was censured, while Henry's
villainy was rewarded by his being
appointed Colonel Picquart's successor.
It is uow said that Henry forged the
letters with the express purpose of
paralyzing Picquart's efforts to expose
Major Esterhazy and to get a revision
of tho Dreyfus case. The letter was
written in bad French, a fact which
first led it to bo regarded as spurious.
Tho fact of the suicido became
known at Mount Valerien about 9
o'clock this evening. It was supposed
that it was committed about. 5 o'clock
in the afternoon. When the official
entered his cell, Henry was found
lying in H pool of blood, dead, with a
terrible gash in his throat. Shortly before midnight Miue. Henry, who had
beeu informed, went to tho fortress
and was admitted, the officials granting hui' permission to pass tho night
beside the body,
SORDID AND   CORRUPT.
Aro  the   Epithets  a  British  Journal
Applies to America.
Now York, Sept. 1.���Tho London
Saturday Review, wliich recently said
that Chauncey Depew was a "painted
puppet and a snob," continues its comment on the United States.
"There are of course many worthy
private citizens in the United States,
but what we have to think of now are
tho pooplo of that country as represented in their social, civil and
political customs. Socially it is sordid
to tho last degree and its courts of law
and all of its civil institutions aro corrupt.
"It has added nothing to tho self-
respect of humanity. On the contrary,
it has shown all the world (o what a
depth of public depravity civilization
is capablo of descending.''
MILLIONS   FROM   THE YUUKON.
Chicago, Sept. 1.���Word was received here today by the North American Transportation company of tho arrival at Seattle of the steamer Roanoke
form Yukon with $4,000,000 in gold
dust from tho Klondike. The Roanoke
also brought a full list of passengers.
BRISK TRADE IN MANILA
Equal Rights on all Parts of
the Island
FOR SPAIN AND THE U.S.
The Insurgents Express a Strong Feeling
Against Aguinaldo, Wlio is Losing Influence.
London, Sept. 1.���Tho Manila correspondent of the Times, telegraphing
Wednesday says:
Pursuant to the decision of the
Washington cabinet regarding trade
with Spanish ports in the Philippines,
(ieneral Otis, who is now acting governor of Manila, 1 imunicated on
the subject witn i.lu, Jpanish gonoral.
Rios, now acting govornor goneral of
tho Spanish possessions in the Philippines, who replied today from Ilcoilo,
agreeing to permit coastwise vessels to
enter ports in tho archipelago under
Spanish or American flags.
Arrangements have been mado to
facilitate bona lido transfers of vessels
to individuals legally entitled under
tho consular regulations to car-*-y the
American colors. A brisk trado is already started under these satisfactory
conditions.
Thero has been considerable marauding of late iu the suburbs of Manila. Five cases of abduction are already reported.
The French colony in tho immediate
vicinity of the palace at Malacanang
were attacked by a band of robbers
last evening, but. the prompt, action of
tho California regiment prevented serious mischief.
LOSING   HIS  INFLUENCE.
Manila, Sept*. 1.���The insurgents today attended a requiem mass iu the
Pasig church on the site of the battlo
field for the repose of the souls of the
insurgents and Americans who have
lost their lives here while fighting the
Spaniards.
According to the Spanish advices
thero i.s strong feeling in the provinces
against Aguinaldo because the insur-
gen ts anticipations have not been realized. Thoy aro said to have exhausted
thoir funds and tho supplies obtained
from the monasteries and are unable to
obtain relief from the insurgent leader.
It is said that Aguinaldo is afraid to
make his contemplated visit, to Bulcan
owing to the fact that he is unable to
comply with the insurgent demands.
THE PEACE COMMISSION.
Madrid, Sept. 1.���Senor Silvela,
now the virtual leader of tho largest
section of the conservative party, in a
conference with Sagasta today as to
the personnel of tho Spanish poace
commission persisted in his refusal to
allow any members of his party to be
on the committee.
After tho conference Senor Silvela
said to a number of newapaper representatives: "How can we now bo expected fo share the responsibilities of
concluding peace and to expose ourselves to the discredit that may result
therefrom V If wo aro to succeed the
liberals in power, wo must be free."
An official despatch from Havana
describes the attitude of tho Cuban
insurgents as completely pacific.
General Blanco, who is indisposed,
is about to go iuto tho interior for
some days.
MAJOR WALSH OUT  OF   IT.
He Has   a Very   High Opinion of   the
Richness of  the Yukon.
Seattle, Sept. 1.���Major J. M.Walsh,
ex-commissioner of the Yukon district,
who arrived here on Monday from
Dawson,[has left for Ottawa, to make
his official repoter. Ho estimates this
season's output- at $11,000,000, while
tho cleanup next year will undoubtedly
aggregate $20,000,000.  He predicts that
tlie further development in tho Yukon
will go beyond tho expectations of
every body.
Concerning the situation at Dawson,
Major Walsh said: "The district in
tho vicinity of Dawson is over populated by about 10,(100 persons, and they
will either move out and prospect new
territory, or leave the district.
SQUEEZING  THE CHINESE.
London, Sept. I.���A despatch to tho
Daily Mail from Shanghai says it is
reported thero that tho Russians at
New Chang aro trying to compel the
nativo owners of land thero to sell
tlieir holdings at absurdly low prices,
and, in consequence of this, tho Chinese aro on the verge of anti-Russian
outbreak. The local Mandarins aro,
so to speak, between tho crossfires of
tho Russians and the natives, and aro
helpless. THE MINER   FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 2,  1898.
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DISHONESTY IN THE YUKON.
The London Saturday Review does
not hold Mr. Chauncey Depew in great
estimation. The English do not, understand the politic American. For
instance when Mr. Depew, at the
Electrical exhibition in New York iu
the course of a glowing speech, seized
a British flag and an American flag
from a convenient stand and waving
them aloft, declared, amid cheers, for
an Anglo-American alliance, he merely
was tickling the vanity of his audience, for a few weeks later when he
was in Pr.ris ho told a reporter for
Figaro that an Anglo-American alliance could never bc. There was a
gulf between the two peoples which
would never be bridged. At no time
should Mr. Depew   be taken seriously.
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Although Major Walsh defends the
officials in the Yukon from the charges
of dishonesty which have been mado
against them, there is evidenco enough
to support tho view that the administration of affairs in the far northern
territory has not been blameless.
It i.s easy to understand how officials
ou small salaries would bo tempted to
share thc riches within tlieir reach,
but men in responsible positions of
this kind must learn to curb thoir
cupidity and to do tlieir duty without
looking for reward. However bribery
may flourish in other walks of lifo the
eivil service should he free from it.
The incorruptibility of Canadian
officials has long bo a sourco of pride
to the peoplo and should it be found
that the officials of the Yukon have
smirched the record so long untarnished, leniency should bo forgotten
in their punishment. One thing the
public may bo confident of and that is
that under Mr. Ogilvie's rule there
will be no malfeasance, and that
Yukon affairs will be administered
honestly and creditably.
THE BATTLE   GOES   ON.
Following the letter of young Mr.
Mclunes in which ho repelled the accusation that he had in any way attempted to induco Hon. Mr. Turner
to include his brother, Mr. Vi. Vi. Mclunes, M. P., iu a coalition government, comos a warm communication
from the latter in which lie subjects
Mr. Turner to what is vulgarly known
as "a roast." The letter, which can
be found in another column, i.s strong
and pointed, but still it- does not make
clear that there was no effort made to
translate Mr. Mclunes from the Federal to the provincial arena with an
easy aud lucrative job for fivo years
or so. Apart from tho grave charges
Which his honor laid at Mr. Turner's
door, much to the embarrassment of
that gentleman, tho correspondence
furnishes an amusing chapter in local
political history. Bacon somewhere
says that "over protesting doth arouse
suspicion" or words to that effect, and
as in this case thore has been a whole
family of protests, its may well be
asked in the language of the bewildered congresmau, '' where are we at.''
ZOLA'S  VINDICATION.
The latest revelations in the Dreyfus
ease will undoubtedly shako Franco to
the centre. It has loug been felt that
there was something hidden in this
caso wliich would not bear tho light
of day, but now it stands revealed.
Forgery was resorted to to implicate
the Jyoung captain and on false
evidence he was consigned to a living
grave on a desolate islaud off French
Guiana. The man who confessed ho
committed the forgeries and who was
largely responsible for tho groat and
irreparable injury dono to the unfortunate victim, when ho realized tho
enormity ot his offonco was tilled
With fear of the consequences aud
Judas-like took his own life. Thero
���\vere others concerned in this foul
crime and doubtless thoy  will   bo  re-
vealod and severely dealt with. Zola
Went into exile because of tho course
he took in criticizing tho action of tho
authorities in their treatment of Drey-
us. He held that the captain had
been unjustly convicted and for daring
to say so he was mulcted in heavy
damages and threatened with imprisonment. Henry's confession and suicide are his vindication and will prob-
bly   be   the   means  ofj restoring  the
�� ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD,
AG'T. I
It is   regrettable that   the   difficulty
over the transfer of  the  Le Roi property to tho B. A. C. cannot   lie   amicably adjusted, so that the   corporation
can proceed with the work of developing the mino to the utmost "as it proposes.    The opposing   shareholders, in !
the opinion of   those who aro familiar |
with the subject" are certainly stand-
ing iif their own light in assuming [an I
attitude of   hostility to   the   transfer. I
Litigation is  a costly   business at   all
times to theso eugaged in   it,   but   in
this particular case   there is too much
ut stake to   go upon tho   hazard   of   a
legal conflict.
CONTRACTORS
Arc Saving Money every day
iin their Hardware Bills by
allowing us to figure with  (hem.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTORY.
Governor-General        -        Karl of Aberdeen
Promier        - - Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Common?, Dominion Parliament, West Kootenay Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lleut.-Oovernor - Hon T R Mclnnes
Promiei - Hon Chun Semlin
Attorncy-Coneral       -       Hon Joseph Martin
Ministerof Finance - Hon F C Cotton
Minister Minos nnd Education   Hon J F Humo
Pres Executive Council      Hon Dr MoKoclinlo
Membor Legislative Assembly lor Nelson Hiding - Hon .1 F Hume
Get Our Prices
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
ORE CARS, T   RAILS
and all MINE SUPPLIES.
It would bo interesting to know
what Rev. Mr. Thompson of Kamloops thinks of the local pross, which
presented him as a murderer and sent
out a picture of him as an addition to
the Rogues Gallery of the world, thero
being no evidence whatever to justify
the charge. Truly newspaper "outer-
prise" has come to a pretty pass wheu
news" is manufactured in this
atrocious manner.
It is said that the Victoria Colonist
has been slowly and laboriously climbing on the fence for some days aud
now occupies that uucomfortable position known as "the straddle," a
wayward leg on oach side. Next we
shall hear that it has como down on
tho sido where Mr. Semlin is prepared,
with his colleagues, to give good government to this ill-used province.
Tel. Nu. 21.
Lawrence Hardware Coy.
p. burns & co.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Col. Baker is said to be about to
start for England. It is unfortunate
that Mr. Turner is now suiforiug tho
effects of retirement, else ho might
come to the front and present the col
onel with a few townships of arable
land or a coal mine or two as a souvenir
of his extended and lucrative stay in
this country.
Major Walsh says there aro too many
porsons by 10,000 in the Dawson distriot but that will not deter more
thousands from swelling the throng.
There should bo plenty of work thero
shortly in carrying tho valises of those
who will take out tho $20,000,000 tho
major says will be produced uext year.
Russia is always making professions
of peaco while constantly preparing for
war, so that tlie utterances of the
Muscovite Czar are merely in accordance with Russian methods. Isn't
thero something in tho Bible about a
Kiug who "by peace will destroy
many?"
Our American friends at the Quebec
conference hold that Cauada will have
to abandon preferential treatment for
British goods in return for the inestimable blessing of reciprocal trade.
Thou, good-byo reciprocity. Even ou
bargain dav tho prico would be too
high.
Andrew Carnegie thinks Great Britain would swap her Wost Indian possessions for thu Philippines, Evidently
Mr. Carnegie novor hoard that terso
aphorism of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain,
"What we have we'll hold. "
The sockoyo salmon have started to
run again, but the Turner party will
not have an opportunity of following
their example.
MINING NOTES.
Development on the Hnnibolt claini,
belonging to some Vancouver capitalists, is being pushed. There aro eight
men working now in two shifts. The
work done consists of an KO-foot* tunnel
aud a shaft. Tho shaft, which is down
about 25 feet, follows tho dip of tho
vein at an angle of about 45 degrees.
Tho ledgo shows, on the surface, a
breadth of about five feet of galena ore,
which goes very high in lead with
good silvor values. The property is
situated about lil miles up Crawford
creek.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Mai kets in Eossland. Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders by mcil to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
NELSON OFFICIAL DIltKCTOHY.
Mayor - - John Houston
Aldermen���Clms Hillyer, W F Teelzel, .1 A
Gilker, J J Malone, K P Whalley, Thos Madden,
CilyClork
Police Magistrate
Chief of Police
Chief of Fire Department
Auditor
Wntor Commissioner
Health Oflleor
Cily Engineer
City council nieotri ovcry Monday, II p.m., at
city hall, eor Viotoria and Joscphino st
J Iv Strachan
K A Crease
A  Y MoICtnnon
xv .1 Thompson
John Hamilton
T M Ward
111'. Lallnti
A. L. M'Cullooh
SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Dr. E C Arthur. Dr. O A B Hall, Geo Join
stone.   Principal ���J U Green.
SOUTH KOOTENAY
President
Vice-President
Sccy-Troas.
HOARD  OF TRADE.
J Roderick Robertson,
James Lawrence.
John A Turner.
KOOTKNAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL
President John A. Turner
Vico-Pres. VV. A. Jowett.
Secretary 1). Mo Arthur
Treas. - A II Clements
Medical Sopt. . Dr. G. A liliu 11
Close
8.00 p.m.
8.30 a.m
4.1)0 p.m
0.110 p.m.
CAMPERS, PROSPECTORS,
PICKNICKERS, EXCURSIONISTS
ami all those who are frying to avoid the bent of the conk  Stove  these  warm  days
days by using i-ometbii.g tasty in lhe line of Cornell Meats, Flill and Poultry
will be greatly relieved aud wonderfully benefitted by looking over tbe
following list.    We mention a few of the  most  popular  lines
all iu tics ready for use.
Cornell Keel. Kousl lllll, (hipped :: rl< .1 Iter)'. [lolled Million. ICnasi
Mullon I.urti Tongue. Lamb's Tongue, Kolleil KiiMiii, -Chicken rale.
Partridge rule, mm Duck Pate, Boned Chicken, liurk nml Turkey. Moi'lon's KIpiH'i-eil Herring, smoked llallhiit, Marshall's
Hcolpll Herring uiul Iiiiiuui llnil.ll."*. Lobater. Sportsmen Sardines,
Sardines in Mustard, I'lgs I eel also Sauces, riekles, < alsupt, I��r<��s-
lugs. Soups,  I Ie., Elc.
Have you tried tlie Geneva Sausage in Tins, very fine.
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city and special attention to Mail Orders.
. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
PETER GENELLE g  CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
6S-SS-8S-SSS339
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices and carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
OFFICE AND YARD C.  P.
R.  STATION     .    .    .
A.   E.   YOUNG, AGENT.
A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
.REAL ESTATE BROKER
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Victoria Street
NELSON, B. C.
SODA
NELSON
WATER FACTORY.
���IH.KI'IIOSi: NO. .'il.
Manufacturers of
ALL CARBONATED WATERS.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in   und see   ns.
Hnlcyou Ilot Spring* Wntcr Aernteil nntl
Supplied to the Trade.
NKLSON* POST OFFICE
United States, Ontario, Que
bee and EaRtero Provinces!
Points on N.  & K. S. line.
Victoria and Kossland,
N'ew  Denver, Sandon  and
Slooan Lake Points.
Knsla and Kootenay Luke
Points
Rossland,  Trail,   Nakusp,
Uobson. points on main line
(C.  P.  K..   Vancouver and
Winnipeg
Duo
.">. 15 p.ni,
(.80 p.m
JA5
'.00 a.i
S a.m,
OFFICE IIUVKS.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; (Ieneral
Delivery.8 a,m, to S p.m.;   Registration, 8.30
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Money Orders uud Barings Hank
U a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday 1 hour (10 to ll a.in).
J, A, GILKER, Postmaster.
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Government Inspector of Agencies \V J Goepel
Oold Commissioner
Mining Reoorder-Tax Col
Collector of Customs
Provincial Assessor
Counly Cjjyrt JudgO
Registrar
Inspector of Schools
O. G. Dennis
H F Tolmie
Geo. Johnstone
John Keen
J A Forin
ETHSlmpklns
William Burnt
PROVINCIAL
Warden
First Jailer
Second Jailer
Third Jailer
Senior Guard
JAIL DIRECTORY.
Capt. N. Fitzstubbs
U. Liddell
Geo. Partridge
John McLaren
_ It. Inoo
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
CntTRcnoF England���Matin n a.m.; Even
Song. T.Ht p.m. every .Sunday. Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month after
Matins; on 2nd and 4th Sundays, at 8 a.m.
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Rev. H. S. Akehurst., Rector.   Cor Word and silica streets.
pRKBDYTKItfAN CHUROH- Servicestit 11 a.m.
and 7.IN) p.m. Sunday School at, 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Christian Endeavor Society meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Frew,
Pastor.
Methodist    Cnrnoji���Corner Silica  nnj
Josephine Streets. Services at 11 a m. and 7.30
n. m. ; Sabbath School, 2.30p.m.: Prayer meeting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Kpworth
League C. E., Tuosday at 8 a.m. Rev. John
Itobson, Pastor.
Roman CATHOLIO ClIUItCH���Mass at Nelson
every Sunday at Kami 10.30 a.m.; Benediction
at 7.80 to 8 p.m.   Rev. Father Ferland, Driest.
BAPTIST  OHUROH ��� Services   morning and I
evening at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meet-.:
ing Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.;   Meetings |
are held in the school house.   Strangers cordially welcomed.   Rev, G. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Ahmy-Services every evening
at 8 o'cloek in barracks on Victoria street.
Ad in in ni Mil! m*r in charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKLSON LODGK, No. 23. A. F.SiA.
M. moots socond Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brethren invitod.
G. L. Lennox. Secretary.
I.   O.  O.   F.     Kootenny  LodK��
^ No. 16, meets every Monday night,
at   Iheir   Hull,   Kooienay Bt'oct.j
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invitod.
A. H. Clements, N. O.       Kred J Squires, Sec.yj|
NKLSON   LODGE   No. 25, K. of   PJ
\moets in Castlo hall, MoDonald block
yevory second and fourth Tuesday oven '
ling at 8 o'clock. All visiting knights]
'cordially invited,
It. G. Joy, 0. C.
(Sail CIko. IIosh IC. of lt. and S.
NELSON LODGE. I. O. G. T. Meets I'M
Castlo Hall, McDonald Hlock, overy Mondny]
evening al, 8 o'clock. VisitinK Templars cor |
dially invited, John Tklkokd.
Chief Templar,
J. E. Jacobson   Sec \
NELSONS   QUEEN   NO.
SONS    OK    ENGLAND,  meet.1
second nnd fourth Wednesday
oach month at K. of P. Hall, Maal
Donald Block,   cor. Vernon   nijll
, Josephine streets.   Visiting brethl
rn cordially invited.        ERNEST Kino,        I
Cius. H. farrow, Worthy Prcslden'|
Secretary.
COUNT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 moet J
1st and 3rd Wednesday in each month in Ih'l
K of P Hnll. P W Swanell, C. D. S, C. R.; J lj
Green. C.R.: J. Purklss, Seoy.
NELSON.
B. C.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., mee-J
every   Thursday in tho I.O.O.F.  hall.     G
Willinms. M.W.: W S Smith, Rec.-Sec.; J. **���
Driscoll, Financier Y. J Squire. Receiver an f
P. M. W.
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1602 meet" in tho Mi
Donald block overy Thursday evening at
o'clock. Visiting members cordially invito!
John Toye W.M.; Y. J. Bradley, R.S. | iJiUWPi.** jmiWWJ
THE MINER   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,  1898.
GENERAL LOCAL HEWS.
EVENTS   OF    INTEREST   IN   AND
,    AUOUND NELSON.
Ilrli'f     X.'iiEltin     cl     Happening",   ill   the
IM.I1I1I Kurlng llie Paul
V,'*i llnys.
H. F, Keefer came to town last
night from Vancouver.
E. J. Matthews, superintendent of
llie Pilot Bay smelter, is in town.
J. F.JJBurne, solicitor of Ymir, returns lioiiii' mi this morning's train.
Mayor Houston is oxpeoted back
froni   the  coast  on  this  afternoon's
train.
John Vallanoe, Uie well known
Sloean mining iiuin is on a business
visit to the eity.
Alexander Stewart, of this city, ifi
taking a trip through the Boundary
eountry on inining business.
There are an exceptionally large
number of visitors in town just now,
most of the hotels being packed to the
roof.
The big blast furniiee at tho Hall
Mines smelter blew in yesterday evening at (i o'eloek after a short shut
down.
Hugh Sutherland of Winnipeg is in
the eity on a trip connected witli his
extensive mining interests in this
country.
Miss Agnes Campbell and Miss Mary
Deitrich, of the Queens hotel, left yesterday evening for a holiday visit* to
Kossland.
The two Misses Clarke and Mr. J.
Clarke left Nelson yesterday evening,
the former for Ottawa and their
brother for Winnipeg.
Miss Delmage. teacher of the Nelson public school returned on Monday
evening from a three months' visit to
her former home iu Ontario.
Among those registered at the Queen's
are tf. Bruce Bruce, Winnipeg; Frank
Fulmer, Brooklyn; T, Boucher, Trail;
mnl J. T. Pranger, Spokane.
A. H. Jones, purser ou the steamer
Nelson, has returned from a fortnight's
camping out at Slocan Junction. He
will resume bis duties ou Monday
next.
The ease of Dr. Arthur vs. the City
ot Nelson, in the matter of the electric light by-law, will come up for final
hearing and judgment next Monday
the (ith inst.
Among those registered at the Hume
are, Y. Magor, Kossland; \V. C. Hepburn, Arnot Mine; Andrew McCulloch, 0. P. K. survey, and Vi. A. Anderson, Winnipeg.
James McGregor,provincial inspector
of mines, who was recently iu Nelson
is now on his way to the const to confer with the Hon. J. Fred, Hume, the
minister of mines,
Mrs. Sherwood and I\1iss Sherwood,
mother and sister of Mr. A. K. Sherwood of Nelson, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Sherwood at tlieir beautiful residence on Hoover street.
The dance at the Club hotel last
night was largely attended. Everything
passed off well, and the guests wero
unanimous in their praises of E. J.
1 Currim. tlie courteous host.
There will be 800,000 ties needed on
i the.    Kobson-Pentictoii   extension   for
hnlf of wliich Genelle & Co. have got
[the     contract.    McPherson   Bros.     &
Stout will supply the balance.
F. Vi. Peters of the C. P. R., left
| last night* for Trail where ho will join
Mr.   Aldridge, superintendent*   of   tho
I smelter.  The two will then take a trip
through the Boundary country.
WM HAVE
[JUST RECEIVED
a lot of
lice (ream Freezers
which no well appointed
home should be without
during the warm weather.
(���WW*
/
We have also constantly
on hand a full line of . .
[Plumber's Supplies,
Steam Fittings,
and Hardware
of every description
which we are offer-
ingatverylowprices.
AA/++A
Among those registered at the Phair
are, J. E. Jackson, Spokane; B. F.
Tanner, Boston ; B. F. Fortune, Winnipeg ; W. J. Wadham, London, England ; and Henry Boy, Rossland.
" Maun, Foley Bros. & Larsen, contractors on the Robson-Pentictou extension have recently engaged bewteeu
800 and 400 additional laborers. They
have also received a telegram announcing that HOO more are on their
way from Boston. They are paying $3
a day.
Tht funeral of Myra Ruth, infant
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John
Robson. took place yesterday afternoon
from (he Methodist parsonage. The
funeral services were conducted at the
house by Rev. J. A. Wood of Kaslo
and Rev. R. Frew, pastor of the Pres
hyterinn church, Nelson.
The editor of the New Denver Ledge
announces in bis own inimitable way
that, he is about to take n journey east
to '' study the ways of tenderfeet.''
His numerous friends hopo that his
trip will be successful and that his
planitive appeal at the end of the paragraph alluded to will meet with adequate response.
Vancouver & Nelson, B. 0.
(IPD
LE ROI  LITIGATION.
Receiver W. A. Carlyle no Longer in
Charge of the Mine.
An application on the part of the
minority share holders of the Le Roi
to quash Judge Spinks' order appointing W. A. Carlyle receiver of the. Le
Roi mine, was made on Wednesday by
10. V. Bodwell, T, Mayne Daly appearing on behalf of tho B. A. C. The
ground of the application was want of
jurisdiction.
After a long and technical argument
Mr. Justice Irving decided that the
order niust bo discharged with costs,
as it could not be made by a judge
sitting in chambers under rule 1070.
Mr. Daly then applied in court for
the appointment of a receiver in the
action of Peyton, B. A. C. ot al vs.
Ridpath et al. After reading several
affidavits tbe injunction was ordered to
be enlarged until September U, the output of the mine to be limited to 100
tons per dny ; leave was given to apply
on September ? for extension of time,
and leave was also granted to amend
the writ. During the proceedings his
lordship expressed the opinion that the
act, under which the order was issued
needed amending,
In the meantime the Rossland Miner
states that W. J. Harris is in control
of the mine.
ON TOAD MOUNTAIN.
A GREAT TUNNEL.
It will be the   Greatest Railway Work
of  the Kind in the  Kootenay.
A few weeks ago A. O. McLean and
brother were, awarded Ihe contract for
boring tlie longest railway tunnel in
the Kootenays. This tunnel is to be
800 feet long and will go through tho
mountain aliout four miles from
Brooklyn, on the line of the Robson*
Midway branch of the Columbia &
Western railway now under construction. It was well known at the time
that at Ihe price to be paid machine
drills would not be used, and in consequence since then the agents of the
different companies supplying air compressors have been in active competition to secure the order.
The plant already ordered by Mo-
Leand Bros., consists of two large air
compressors, 14 drills, boilers, pipe
line, etc., the cost of which when installed will be {83,000. The tunnel is to
bo driven from both ends, and progress will probably be made at the rate
of 111 feet daily, in each end, when
everything is in working order.
When completed this tunnel will be
31 feet* high and 1(1 feet in width, and
it is estimated will require the excavation of about 38,000 cubic yards, or
85,000 tons of syenite, of which the
mountain to be bored is largely composed. Probably a year's time will be
occupied in completing the tunnel,
though in the meantime the summit
will be crossed by means of a series
of 10 switchbacks, to be abandoned
when the tunnel is finished.
YMIR   NOTES.
Ymir, Sept. l.���(Special Correspondence)���The hillside up at the Ymir
mine presents a very busy appearance.
The men employed in cutting the right
of way for the flume havo completed
their work to within 400 feet of tho
mill site. Thero is a forco of !i0 men
employed framing timbers and laying
the foundation for tho mill. Close to
the mine tho ground has been levelled
and foundations are being laid for a
large building to be used as a boarding house. This will bo erected very
shortly as the company intend increasing the force of men working underground to about 76. All tho work is
being pushed through very quickly,
and it is expected that everything will
be complete and in running order by
the 1st of November. Every available
team and wagon is at present employed
hauling lumber to the mine, and, as
a rule, making a couple of trips a day.
The town today presents quite a busy
and prosperous appearance.
NOTICE   TO   GROCERS.
The grocers of the city aro requested
to assemble in J. A. Irving's store on
Friday evening at H o'clock, to discuss tho advisability of forming a
grocers association.
GETS  TEN   YEARS.
A sentence of ten years imprisonment has been meted out to Prince
Aehmct Seif Eddiu, the cousin of the
Khedive of Egypt, who shot his
brother-in-law, Prince Fuad. Offenders of royal blood who commit such
serious crimes are usually sent to an
insane asylum, but is in this caso the
Khedivo has rofused thus to mitigate
tho sentence.
Development Work  Being   Prosecuted
���Some  Recent  Strikes.
One of the features of the mining
industry in the Nelson district, has
beeu the activity displayed on Toad
mountain all this summer. Assessment work is being regularly done und
several fresh strikes* have beeu recorded.
One of the most recent strikes occurred on the North Star claim, a
property which is situated on Toad
mountain to (he west of Give Out
creek. Mr. Kelly in conversation with
a representative of the Miner stated
that quite recently ho sent out two
men to do the assessment work. After
sinking about two feet through wash,
ore was encountered, the existence of
which had previously been unsuspected.
An open cut was then begun, and the
vein is now disclosed to tho breadth of
80 feet. Tho vein matter is a slate
carrying gold and iron pyrites, A
sample taken from the surtace gave returns of *14 in gold. Tlie North Star
belongs to A. II. Kelly and R. S.
Lennie.
The Great. Eastern and Great Western are extensions of the North Star,
and,Mr. Kelly stated, a gratifying discovery was mndo on them not long
ago. A voin of free, milling quartz
about 10 inciies wide was discovered
while doing assessment work, which is
traceable the entire length of the two
claims. The quartz is very rich, the
gold being easily visible to the naked
oye. A gratifying feature of this
strike was tho high gold bearing
qualities of the schist which extends
to a distance of about Ki inches on
either side of the quartz. On panning
some of the schist, considerable gold
was found. Mr. Kelly accordingly
had an exhaustive analysis and assay
made. The result of which was a return of $311 in gold per ton, all of the
gold being pronounced free. George
Neelands is a partner of Mr. Kelly's
in these two claims.
WORK RESUMED.
Tho   Deer    Trail    Syndicate   Intend
Opening up Their Mine.
Fred Heslewood has just returned
from Bruntford, Ont., where he has
been to report to the Deer Trail Syndicate, of which he is an interested
member, concerning the prospects of
their property, the "Deer Trail." A
35 foot tunnel had beeu completed, and
carefully taken samples of the ore assayed $13.40 per ton. The vein at
present i.s bet wen four and five feet
wide.
The intention of the syndicate i.s
now to expend $500 immediately in
further development of the property,
after which, should the showing warrant it, there will be plenty more
money forthcoming. Mi-. Heslewood
will take charge of the work on the
Deer Trail, which iB situated on tho
first west fork of the north fork Sal
mon river about lj.j miles from Craig
town.
NEW LOCATIONS.
PLACER.
Aug. !10���
Singing Charlie���J. Moffat.
Annie���II. D.  Hume.
Margery- C. A. Prosser.
Vera���A. Purdy.
Molly McGuire���C. Parker.
Myrtle���R. McGuire.
Delia���R. F. Tolmie.
Lola���W. E. E. Koch.
Plum���G. Doyle.
Jennie M.���Jennie Muir.
May���T, D. DePcncier.
Ensign���P. Lamont.
Enterprise���D. A. McBcath.
Bruce Dovle���W. S. Doyle.
Main Rover���W. Vi. Blackwell.
B. & D.���W. S. Doyle.
Lucky Jack���T. Boinalie.
ATLANTIC
Steamship Lines
From Montreal or Quebec
Heaver bine���Lako Huron Oct.  5
Heaver Line���Lake Superior. Oct. 12
Dominion Line���Vancouver Sept 17
Dominion Line���Scotsman Sept 10
Allan Lino���Callfornian Sept 22
Allan Line���Numidlan Oct.   1
From New York
WhltelStar Lino-Teutonic Sept 28
White Slur Line���Britannic Oct,  5
Cunard Line���Lucania Oct*.   1
Cunard Line��� Ktrurla Oct.   8
Allan State Line���State ot Nebraska Oct. 21
Allan State Line���Mongolian Oct.   7
Anchor Lino���Furnossia Sept21
Anchor Line���Anchoria Oct. 22
Cabin, $45.00, $50, too, $70. $80 and upwards.
Intermediate, 134.00and upwards
Steerage. $22.ii0 and upwards,
Passengers ticketed through to all points lu
Great Britain or Ireland, and al specially low
rates  to all  purls of tho Kuropeiin conti lent,
Prepaid passages arranged from all point!
Apply  lo UKO.   S.  BEER,   C.P.K.   '1 ck-?.
Agent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM STIT'l
554)   General Audit, C.P.R, Ollices. Winnipeg.
WHEN
. . . GOING- EAST
Uso a flrst class line in traveling between
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, and
th*3 principal towns in Central Wisconsin
Pullman Palace Sleeping  and Chair Cars
Service        .....
Tho I lining Cars are operated in tho interest f
its patrons, the most elegant service ever
inaugurated.   Meals are served a Iu Carlo.
To obtain first class scrvico your ticket should
read via        .....
*     THE WISCONSIN     *
+     CENTRAL LINES     *
Direct connections nt Chicugo nnd Milwaukee
for all Eastern points.
For full information call on your nearest ticke'
agent, or write
Jas. A. Clock,        or       Jas. C. Pond,
General Agent,        Goneral Pass. Agent
2111 Stark Streot, Milwaukeo, Wis
Portland, Oro.
LC44A��&UJL4J&4m<JMWtUi��AA
THE
MINER
The Paper of the People.
Everybody Reads It.
The Largest Circulation.
Best Advertising Medium.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
and   SOO--PACIFIC  LINE
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To Eastern and European Points.
To Pacific Coast and Transpacific Points.
To Rich and active Mining Districts  of Klondike and Yukon.
Tourist Cars
iss Revelstoke
Daily to St. Paul,
aily (except Wednesday) to  Eastern Canadian and U.S. Points
Tickets issued through and Baggage checked to destination.
Pi
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ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. MFIME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwall I
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Phair Hotel.
DAILY TRAIN.
To Hossland  and  Main   Line points
0.40 p.ni.-Leaves���NELSON���Arrivos-10.:,0p,in
Konlruny Inlie���Kuslo Koute.
Stu. Kokanee
Except Sunday. Except Sunday
t   p.m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���11   a.m
Callingat way ports in both directions.
Kootenay Ktver ICoule.
Stu. Nelson.
Mon. Fri. Mon. F
7 a. in.���Leaves���NKLSON--Arn ves--8.00 p. m
Tues. Wed. Thurs, Sat.
7. n in���Leaves���NKLSON���Arrives���10.30 p.m
Outward connection Pilot Bay with Str. Kokanee, but inward such connection made Mon-
duvs and Fridnys onlv.
Str. calls way por's in both directions wh
signalled. 	
Train*.   (<> nml  from   Slocan Illy, Handon
Extended experience in Chile and German und Blocan   lake   I'ulnlx.
South   Africa.   Assays  and analysis of oros. (Sundays  Excepted)
Reports and valuations on mineral properties   o a. m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���2.5
NELSON. B.C.
P. O. BOX 583.
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up by contract,
I P.in.
Ahoeiitain Present
, T ..   ��� Reduced Rates East
8 I railing Company.���
Summer Card.
Subject to change without notice.
i and full information    by   addressing nearest
I local agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Tloket
Efl'cctive Juno20, 1808.   -Agent, Nelson,
W. Y. ANDERSON, E. J. COYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agent,      Dist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouvor.
South b'nd.  s. s. International.  North b'nd
Read down Head up
Train Lvs l.OO p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
"   Ar   3.45   "     Kaslo     8 00   ������        "     Lv
Boat Lvs. 3.30 a.m. Kaslo    8.30 p.m. BoatAr
"     4.30   " Ainsworth 7.30	
"     MXI   " Pilot Bay 6.15 '
"5 30   "    Balfour   0.10	
������    Ar   G.40   " 5 Milo Pt. 5.25    "        "     "
"      "     7.15   "    Nelson    4.15    " '���   Lv
Train "   10.05 p.m. N'thport 1.55    "  Train   "
"    "   11.20   " Kossland 12.05 a.m.   "
"    "    3.10   " Spokane   8.30	
Sandon-Kaslo train daily.   Boat and   Spokane train daily except Sunday.
8. ��. Alberta.
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
'���    Ar   3.45   "     Kaslo    8.00   " "    Lv
Boat Lvs  fl.OO   "     Kaslo    1.00   "      BoatAr
"      "     0.20  "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.     "      "
"     "    7.00   " Pilot Bay 11.00 '
"   10.00   " Kuskon'k 8.00	
"   12.IX) ni. Gout River6.00	
"    l.OOu.m.DonndaryS.OO '
"Ar      8.00  " B'rs Forry 2.00   "       "     Lv
Train Lv 11.40 " B'rs Ferry 1.15   "    Train Ar
"  Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokano 7.50 a.m.    "     Lv
Sandon-Kuslo train daily.   Boat leaves Knslo
for above  points  Tuosdays  nnd   Saturdays
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
E
In Carload Lots
FOll SALE BY ... .
SHOOK & AR15TOT
Slocun River Mills, Slocun City, B. C.
Sawmill for sale, Correspondence Solicited.
GENTS   #   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned, Pressed
und Dyed by ihe New Process at
Ronsonuble Prices,
Special Kooienay Lufcc Service.
Commencing 20 June, 1808.
On Mondny, Thursdny and Friday S. S
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
Pilot Bny ond Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 a.m., Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo,
calling at all way points.
(All timos are subject to eh;' nee without notice.
Meals and berths not included.
Passengers on S. S. International from Nel
son, Spokane, etc., for poinls on Kootenay
Lake south of Pilot Bay, will connect at that
point with theS. S. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Bay, can, by arrangement
with purser, havo stopover at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect witli S. S. International
at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lako and Slocan points with all points in tho
United States ana Canada; by way of Spokano
and Kootenay River.
Tickets sold nnd baggage checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our olllco.
G. ALEXANDER. (Inn. Mm.
P. O. Box 122. Kaslo. B.C
Corporation   of  the
City of Nelson.
NOTICE    TO    ELECTRIC     LIGHT
CONSUMERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons using Electric Light In the city
and not paying an "all night'' rato therefor,
will he charged an additional monthly ritte for
such light unless tho same is turned olf after
business hours in places of business and by 12
o'clock midnight in privnto residences.
By ordor. J. K. STRACHAN.
II" City Clerk
Nelson, B. C, August 26, 18118.
NOTICE  OF   APPLICATION
Notice is hereby given that sixty (601 duys
after dato I intend to apply tothe Chief Commissioner of 1 .anil and Works for permission to
purchase threo hundred und twenty (320| acres
unreserve crown land, more or less:
Commencing at a stake marked "B. XV.'h N.
E. north-east corner", thence eighty (80) chains
south; thence forty (401 chains west; thence
eighty (80) chains north; ihence forty (40)
chains cast to point of commencement; situated
near tho head of Kokanee Crook about ten
miles from Kootonuy Luke, Nelson Mining
Division, West Kootenny District.
Dated this 2nd August 1808.
BRUCE WHITE.
Nelson, B. C, Aug. 2,1888.
STEVENS,   The Tailor..
Room 0. Hillyer Bi.ic,  NELSON.
P. S.���Ladies Wool Dress Goods Sponged
before Making Up.
I WHAT
I DO
| YOU
X WANT
| For One Cent a Word? ��
X     You can find ii buyer for "Any T
Old Thing " if you advertise, T
  ���������
t'lnssllicil Advertisement*. X
All advertisements in    is column ure J
1 cent a word each insertion.   No ud- T
A   vertisement taken for less than 25 cents. *
��������������� ������������������������������������ ��������� ���     ������������
FOR SALE
Old papers at Tiik  Min kk .olilce.   25 cents
per hundred.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOUND.-A small key, National Cash  Register.   Apply "Miner" olilce.
MUSIC LESSONS.-On piano organ or
guitar, by Mrs. XV. J. Astley, Robson street,
two doors west of Stanley.   P. O. Box 180.
NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Baker Street.
Wanted���Furnished House.
2 Chambermaids
4 Girls for Houso Work.
10 Men, $2.2n per day.
J. H. Love. THE  MINER   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,   1898.
MINES II Tl FRA
He Gives His Opinion as to
Mr. Turner's Charges.
HE DE) NOT SEEK OFFICE
I from farthest north tothe remotest
I muth, over the great arid desert, the
j grave of so many explorers. He kept
! 11 diary en route ami published it sub-
1 sequently in the Melbourne Age.
Going to England, he entered the
service of the London Times and was
! sent to Pekin as special correspondent.
Dr. Morrison's flrst cousin, A. P. Morrison, a son of the principal of the
Scotch college, Melbourne, has walked
across Siberia, Russia, Spain and
Germany.
MERELY   FAIRY TALKS.
A
Warm Letter From  tlio Member
Nanaimo Which Gives Spico to
tbe Controversy
London, Sept.  1.���Tlio   London correspondent of the Paris Patrie informs
his paper   that the   special   mission of
Kent' Admiral   Beresford   to  China in
the interests  of   British commerce includes the "inclusion" of nn offensive
and      defensive     allninco       between
(treat Britian and Japan, by the terins
of which,in case of complications witli
I Russia,   Jniian  undertakes  to  invade
Oorea and place the Japanese   fleet at
Vancouver, Sept. l.-Mr. Vi. Vi. Mc-  *�� disposal of  the   British   admiral.
, ' .,      ..       .      According to the same  most nuestion-
Innes' contribution   to   the  disousion aUe   alltgorjtyi   Lord   Besesford   has
anent the dismisal of Mr. Turner and been "furnished with (he means ueces-
tho charge that Mr. Midlines sought a sary to cause the downfall of Prince
position in a coalition government pi Hung Ohang,"andisalso''hearer of
1   , ..   , ..      I an autograph  letter  irom Queen vie-
makes   up   a very   lively   contention. : toria   to   tho   Empress    Dowager   of
Mr. Mclnnes comes   to   the   assault in \ China. " All this is regarded in London
j as utterly improbable, but   it  is a fair
sample of   the fairy tales   now   in circulation   regarding   movements in the
i far east.
tb*
following style :
"It has beon alleged that I tried to
forco myself into the Tumor government. I will stato the facts. Between
nomination day and elections I was
offered on two occasions by persons in
command of the Turner campaign,
large sums of money if I would stump
the island in the interests of the government. On the latter occasion the
money offer was supplemented by an
offer to also place in my hands a written pledge signed by the premier, hy
one of his ministers and by a gentleman whose, power in tho party was
apparently greater than that of a minister, that if the Turner party was sustained I would be taken into the government. I refused to entertain this
proposition."
Then ho continues : "As soon as the
elections wero over and the result
known to be unfavorable to the government I was approached again by a
number of Turner supporters and
pressed to join tho government. These
overtures continued day after day. I
was, in fact, literally besieged with
emissaries of this party whenever I
happened to be in the capital    On one
WHAT THE 1)11. ORDERED
1898      PROVINCIAL      '898
Exhibition
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OCT. 5 to 13 Inclusive 11
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-AT-
New Westminster 1 Somethi^a^esa^ro~date
J.    A     GILKER.
in oonjuotlon with tho
Citizens' Grand Yearly Celebration
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ever Offorod Wesl en Tumlit".
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Pyi'o-Spectuctilar Bombardment of Santiago
de Culm iuul Blowing up ol the "riainc."
Followed by anup-to-dato Fire Works Display,
which tins boen specially secured for Four
Nights nt 1111 enormous expense.
Lacrosse and Baseball Alatches, Bicycle rieet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.  Open to the World.
If You Have u Hubby for some particular
Medicino or Drug and dont like to bc ollercd a
substitute, 001110 hore wh��n you need a new
supply. We arc prelly sure to have It. Kvery
thing that n woll stocKed Drug Store usually
carries, anil 11 -Ureal Mnny TUlugH Itcslilcs,
ean be found on nur shelves
The purity of Ihe llru��-""Id by ns and lhe
accuracy of our prescript inn department insures to our customers just " What the Doctor
Ordered."
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY
TIME   CARD   NO. 2
I'ireel I UIO o'clock :i. in., Sc|il<'inbcr
1808,     racllic  oc   i.'oili  Meridian
oeeasion I was called out* of bed in the. ]
middle of   the night to listen to a pro-
posal more seductive   than any preeed- *
ing it, whioh an agent* of  Mr. Turner
bad just beeu commissioned to make.
I refused to aeeept these  proposals and
also declined to see Mr. Turner several,
times when he  se^t persons  to invite  Qana*5a   J)���    fc    ^qq^    QO.
me to his office.    He then  begun him- ! ~
self to seek an interview with me and
telephoned for me a number of limes.
Finally, on Monday evening, July 25,
ho left an urgent message that he
wished to see me at his ollice at 9 :'.'.0
the following day. 1 saw him on
Tuesday, July 2ii. He was despondent
und hopeless completely undone by the
consciousness of defeat and the prospect of losing power. He vainly endeavored to cheer himself with vague
hopes of being able in some way or
other to secure a majority in the legislature and so cling to office,and in this
connection made me most startling
propositions. His (irst act, however,
was to place the seal of confidence on
whatever transpired und until he lifts
it I will not violate his confidence. I
do not think he will care to lift it.
"To my mind it is clear that the
late government's expectations in
theso persistent overtures wus
simplyjthat in somo indirect and improper way they would influence the
lieutenant-governor against doing his
duty, and thus, or otherwise, defeat
the will nf the people and securo
immunity from the certain destruction
which they knew tlieir scandalous conduct merited."
Tlie Finest Hands in the Province
will provide .Music.
Special rntes over all Kail way and
Steamboat Lines.
No eutritnce fees charged for Ex-
hihils.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full information on application In
MAYOR OWENS W. 11. EDMONDS.
Chairman Cel. Coin. Secy. Cel. Com.
T. J.TRAPP, ARTHUR MAI.INS,
Pros. II. A. Sc I. Poo.       Secy. It. A. Si I. Sue.
W. II. KEARY,
Exhibition Commissioner.
���r
I
Inking
III,
Time.
West Bound
First Class
Passenger
Leaves Daily
8,30 a. m.
S.n.'i a. m.
ll 15;). m.
io.ua a. in.
10.08 a. m.
10.20 a. in.
10:111 a. in.
10.815 a. in.
10.45 a. m.
Arrive Daily
Mixed
Leaves Dally
11:0011. in.
11:10   "
11:25 "
Arrive Daily
HOHT. IRVING,
2641 IX. V. Sc 1
Time Card N'o 2
Sept. 1st. IMS.
Stations
Kaslo
Smith Pork
Sproule's
Whitewater
Hear Lake
McGuiiran
Paj ue Tram
Cody Junction
Sandon
East BOON
First Class
Potsongor
Arrive Daily
S.80 p.m.
3.05 p.m.
2.10 p.m.
'.'.00 p.m.
1,60 p.m.
1.88 p m.
1:'.':) p.m.
1.22 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
Leave Daily
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X * NELSON CAFE  * |
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A
A First Class in every respect
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4r    Do you want a good Squarornon] for     ���
X     25 CENTS?     X
A A
X TRY  THE   NKLSON   CAFE ���
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X First Class Cook Employed J
��� ���.��� ���
X        OPEN DAY AND NIGHT X
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I X
X Y. HOSHI - Proprietor. X
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t
<^ PRESERVING JARS **>
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLICA & STONE WARE
Milk Pitchers ���
Bowls X
Pic and Pudding Dishes. X
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ....
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIGHT
Tea Pots all Sizes
Putter Crocks
''ri'sli Fruit nml Vegetahlea Every Morning.
Special attention to Mail orders.
ver St
Kirkpatrickand Wilson, sis
Tel.
io.
IsTIE^W
#
O-OOIDS
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth  Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
DINNER 12 TO 8
CODY BRANCH
Stations
Sancion
Cody Junction
Cody
GKO. V.
. 4
Mixed
Arrive Daily
11:511 n.m,
11:30   "
11:33   "
Leave Daily
COPELAND.
Superintendent.
HE KNOWS IT ALL.
Spokane  Falls &
The Lonrlou  Times  Correspondent  at
Pekin and  His Work.
The admission of A. J. Balfour in
tlie house of commons last week that
the facts in connection with the last
rebuff experienced in China by Great
Britain were substantially as reported
in a despatch to the London Times,
draws attention to tho man who is
representing that paper at Pekin. His
name is George Earnest Morrison. He
was born in Australia and Is the son of
the principal of Geelong college! Victoria, which was founded about 40
years ago by Dr. George MoOornish,
of Scotland. He holds the degree of
M. D., from Edinburgh university, and
is credited with being one of the most*
versatile journalists of tlie day. Yotmg
Morrison was destined for the medical
profusion, and began to qualify for it
at the Melbourne university, liut his
studies were interrupted by an incurable propensity for wandering. Tho
cause of his first departure from home
wus a desire to investigate the truth
of the reports of slave trading carried
on in the South Pacific iby Queensland
sugar planters. He shipped as an
ordinary seaman from Brisbane, the
capital of Queensland, in one of the
so-called labor recruiting schooners,
and sent to the Melbourne Ago a
graphic description of his experiences
and observations. Subsequently, at
the time of tho partition of New
Guinea between tho British and Germans, Morrison headed an expedition
sent to tho island by the Age, He returned to civilization with a portion
of a Papaun spear embedded in his
body, and it remained thero for moro
than a year. It was removed by a
difficult surgical operation in Edinburgh, where Morrison completed his
medical studies and obtained his degree Dr. Morrison performed another
remarkablo   feat.     Ho   walked   alone
Northern R'y.
RSeison  &  Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail route without change
of cars between Nelson and Eossland and
Spokane and Eossland.
(DAILY)
Loavo 6-20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p-m
"    12:05 "   EOSSL'D    "   11:20   "
"    8-30 am. SPOKANE   "    3-10 p.m
TRUNKS
# TRAVELLING*
TRUNKS
GAMBLE & O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate anil (ieneral Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,   lite...
FOR  SALE   __���,�����������
Corner Lot on Vernon St., with Building. 1- Lots in Block
���I-lI'" ���Cheap,   2 Lets Cor. Josephine and Robson,
FOR RENT  ���.����,
2 Lots and Duelling near ('or Stanley St, on Observatory
St., $12 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St,
$20 per month,    House and 2 Lots, Houston St,   ��15 mouth,
C;tll and see our full list of property for sale  in   "Hume"
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NELSON,  B. C.
A Large  Variety   below   the
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
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.
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I.IMITKD
3STEH-.SOIST
(il2_>)
Triiiii Hint leaves NcIhou nt G:"U u.m.
makes olose connections ut Spokane fur
nil l'ncilic Count Points.
Passengers for Kettle River uud Boundary Creek,connect nt Marcus withHtage
Daily.
*   BUY IT.   #
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley
Nelson
Thomson Stationery
Co         Nelson
Canada DniK Sc Hook Co.      Nelson
Hotel llnnie News Stand      Nelson
li. Campbell
Yin ir
('. Y. Nelson
NewDenver
J. 1'". Delaney
Roseberry
Sloean Nows Co.
Sloean City
K. O. Nelson
Silverton
Sloean News Co.
Sandon
J. M. Patterson
Kuskonook
VV. Parker
Brooklyn
Thompson Bros.
Vancouver
Hotel Spokano
Spokane
M. XV. Simpson
Bossland
ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
and  JOINERS
������������������������������������������������
When requiring thoroughly seasoned
timber should apply to
The Nelson Planing Mill
T. W. GRAY.
[nstock,l,000,000ft.ofFlooring,Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes and
every description of Joinery.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager     |
S. S.  Fowler, E. M.,
Mining' Engineer
NELSON, B.C.
893
Charles D. J. Christie
GENERAL BROKER.
INSURANCE,
REAL ESTATE,
MONEY TO LOAN.
FOR RENT   Furnished Houso and 2 lots, Oor. Cedar and Victoria, 820.00*
iroomed House, $14,00.   iroomed House, $15.   8 roomed   Houscj
Oor. Stanley and Victoria, $20.00.    A large Boarding House, $.'if>.
1 FOR SALE--6 loomed Cottage, 2 lots, (lor Kootenay and Observatory, hard
linisli, painted, good fence, $1260.    ligood Lots, Addition "A" !?400.
j It.tKEU BTttEET, NEISOX, It. C. OPPOSITK POST OFFICII.
Call and see our Wallace Acetylene (Jas Machine.
j sckkf.x itooit* am>   windows madb
to oui>i:k.
PABST
IF.E.
,B.D.S.
and
News   Agents   on  boats
aeross"th"e vast' continent of; Australia j trains out of Nelson.
and
has taken over thc practice of
Dr.    H.   E.   Hall and   is  prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work  by latest methods. .  .
Broken lllll Itloek linker si.
A Trial   will   convince
that the World's Leading!
Beer loses none of its good
qualities by being bottlec;
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER)

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