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market. These ears are all fitted with Cast Steel
Wheels and are made in different sizes.
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VANCOUVEE, B. C.
INDIA! DESPERADOES.
FOUR MO 'INDIANS ARRESTED WHO
HAD INSTITUTED A REIGN
OF TERBOR.
Have Ltnii; lloi'ii a Terror of Uio Country,
(imi-grii 11 iiii Murder and Attempted
Murder.��� Arrested Wlieu  the Treaty
Money Wns IU'Iiik Paid.
Ottawa, July 32.���The Moses broth-
eriXof tho Pio bund of Indians, whoso
arrest hns taken place at Heron bay
on a chargo of murder, bavo boon the
subject* of correspondence between J.
F. Hodtler, Indian agent at Port*
Arthur, and the department of Indian
affairs. For a long time these desperadoes havo boon terrorizing the pooplo of the Pic reservation and that
neighborhood, but last April upon returning from their animal winter hunt
thoy settled down, and Constable Mos-
seau of tho Pic, reserve reported to the
Indian agent at Port- Arthur that they
were working industriously and lead
ing un-objectionablo lives.
Thoy did not, liowovor, deserve the
good opinion of the constable, for ou
Juno 17 last Louis Moses fired four
shots at- John Desmoulin and Joseph
Goodchild, who with thoir wives woro
on a timber raft about* throo or four
hundred yards distant, at tho junction
of Black and Pio rivers. The bullets
wont dangerously near the mark, 0110
lodging in the skiff tied to the raft.
Desmoulin and Goodchild immediately
landed and asked Moses what ho meant
by shooting at them. His explanation
was that the shooting was   accidental.
I It is believod that the real explanation
is that it was a murderous attack. Anionic and Mohawk Moses   took   a  boy
' uamed Leiuay in a sailboal wiih them.
i Lemay was never beard of afterwards.
I Ho was said to have been drowned,
but it was subsequently  reported  that
j ho bad boon saved and taken to land
by Antoine and Mohawk, and lhat
fearing lo bring him back to the re-
servo again one of the Moses brothers,
said to lie Louis Moses, killed him last
winter.
Joseph (toodohild was understood to
know something of the oirouintanees
of tho crime, and Mossea believes that
Louis tried to kill Goodchild.
The dangerous character of these Indians is shown by the suggestion of
Hodder to tlio department a month ago
that it would bo woll to arrest the four
brothers when the bounty was paid, for
if thoy wore not all arrested Ihose who
had acted in the matter would probably be jeopardized, meaning probably
that (he members of   the   family   who
1 wore allowed to remain at largo
would seek the lirst opportunity of
avenging those of tlieir brothers who
had been taken intn custody. The
opinion was also expressed that a groat
deal of evidence would bo given that
otherwise   would   not   be   available if
iho men were not in jail, the inference being that as long as they wero at
largo people would lie afraid to toll
what, they knew.
GERMAN  DIPLOMACY.
How lhe German Minister Manages
Matters at Korea.
News comes froni Seoul that on tho
night of the 29th ult. the Gorman
minister requested the Korean minister for foreign affairs to visit him at
the legation, and upon Mr. Yuki-
Kwan acceding to tho request the German minister administered to bim a
sound thrashing bocauso the unfortunate minister had, doubtless acting upon
instructions, refused certain mining
privileges to Germans in tho gold districts of Kingjo. The Korean government is said to bo greatly excited, and
small wonder.���Victoria Times.
HAS   PROCLAIMED   HIMSELF   DICTATOR WITH MARTIAL LAW
IN MANILA.
i get instructions regarding it. in order
if possible to save it and add it to tho
' | navy of tho United States, When this
is done, he is to return to tho cruiser
New York, unless otherwise ordered
by Secretary Long.
1'nexpccled Tisll nl' the German IiiiIiiimh-
dur o> Washington.���Nipi Success
Important. Eluiisnn Arrives at WhmIi-
Ingtoii.
Washington, July 22.���There were,
several events of interest if not of importance at the war and navy departments today. Gonoral Anderson at
Oavite sent a message saying that
Aguinaldo had declared a dictatorship
and martial law ovor tlio Philippines.
This gavo the cabinet food for consideration at their rogular mooting today. Thero was no disposition to force
any issue with tho iusurgent'chiof at
this moment, but it is pretty well understood that he will not be allowed to
commit the United States government
in tho future treatment of the Philippine question. Tho visit of tho German ambassador to the president and
to the secretary of state was a basis for
a belief that he called 10 mako representation ou Ilia* subject, and perhaps
as well ou the question of peace as
affected by the program laid down by
Watson's projected v,*;. .*������ in Kv.ropean
waters.
1/ so no official con ���.. ..   ��� ,.:��� 0I1
tai ned, and a " frii   * *
only explanation oil'i ������
tury fer the appear :������      til .;
ambassador in the <:";.     - * . 11     .-',*'���
toll.
Thoombassypeople ,v r 116111 coon
uiuuicative, so that if -"./iln"" of importance passed during the meeting be-
tween the president and Dr. Yon
Holtenbou it probably wil' bo revealed
only inthe shape of action later on.
lt would not bo surprising if it should
develop that strong Euoprean influences
arc. being brought to bear fo dissuade
the navy department from dispatching
Watson's (loot to Kurope. But so far
they appear lo have been ineffectual,
for it is officially slated that tho departure of the squadron is only delayed, not abandoned.
Although General Miles reported by
cable today from Mole St. Nicholas,
Hayti, lhat he was "moving along
well" with Ihe lirst detachment of the
military expedition against Porto
Rico, tho body of his despatch gave
rise at the. lirst to the apprehension
that, like General Shafter at Santiago,
General Miles was threatened with a
costly delay in lauding his expedition
owing to the absence of lighters and
tugs. It. was said at the war department later on that some of ihose lighters wero already on their way from
New Orleans and New York, and that
no sensible delay would arise on that
score. It* appears from General Miles'
first, statement relative to Colonel
Helckor, that he was not acquainted
for tho necessity for that officer's presence, in Washington in order to provide
for the speedy transportation to Spain
of the troops surrendered at* Santiago.
Tho brief roport from Admiral Sampson, declaring tho success of tho ex
pedition to Nipi is really of moro importance than appears ou Uio surface.
The bay of Nipi lies on the. north
coasi of Cuba, directly across the
island from Santiago. It is proposed
to establish a base there which will
save at least two days in getting supplies into Cuba as compared with tho
Santiago route. It will also form a
good point for operation against Holquin, and should it develop unfortunately that a restraining hand must bo
laid on tho Cubans themselves, Nipi is
in connection with Santiago, and this
would allow an effective means of
doing this. The war department has
not   yot   been   informed   of     General
Shelter's Cuban allies quiting tho lines
for tho reason sent out in the printed
letter by General Garcia, but it is
soarcely doubted that such is the case.
Tho last and most agreeable, event of
the day was the arrival of Lieutenant
Hobson of Merrimao lame. He arrived at tho station unexpectedly and
got through the train shed when someone spied him and raised a shout.
The cry of "Hobson" rang out* and
tho cry closed about him until ho was
rescued and escorted to his carriage.
A largo crowd gathered about the doorway of the secretary of tho navy's
office and gave him a hearty welcome.
Secretary Long seized him with both
hands, saying, " Lieutenant, 1 am
glad, very glad to seo yon.'' Ho camo
to Washington under orders from Admiral Sampson to acquaint Secretary
Long with the condition of the Spanish war vessel Cristobal  Colon   and to
AMATEUR ROWING.
The Argonauts of Toronto Loso tho
Pairs to Ixloy and Scott.
Philadelphia, July 22.��� The 26th annual regatta of tho Now York amati ur
oarsmen opened here today. Races
were over a course on the Schuylkill
river in Fairmont park. Today's
events consisted of two trial heats ' in
tho intermediate singles and tho finals
in the senior pair-oared, senior double,
senior  four  and  intermediate  eight -
oared shell. Ono championship prize
went to Toronto, another to Worcester,
Mass., aud the other two to Philadelphia.
Tho surprise, of the day was the defeat of Wright and Thomson of Toronto
by Ixley and Scott of Philadelphia.
Thoy had rowed but. a short distance
whon it was soon that* the Argonaut
pair had mot* their masters. Tho Quakers won by 15 lengths. Ton Eyck of
Henley and his club mute. Lewis won
the senior doublo sculls in fino style,
rowing against Marsh and Monoghan
and Margarum and Halsfuad of Philadelphia.    Thoy  won by three [lengths.
There were three starters in the censor four-oared shell raco, Argonaut of
Toronto, the Aerials of Baltimore and
the Westerns of St. Louis. The
Argonauts showed fino oarsmanship
and won tho race by a length.
Tho following is a summary of the
day's events:
intermediate single scull���First*
beat, two to qualify, J. M. Binder,
Malta, B. C. Philadelphia, first; Mo-
Davis, Harlem P.. 0., Now York, see*
mid.    Time, S) :5!l.
Intermediate   single  sculls,   second
'at-.', 'vukib, Springfield, first*; S.
I"'. Wi -    ' Ihelsea, second.
Senir-i double sculls���E. H. Tou
tOyck   and   0.   H.   Leads,   Worcester,
ass. ��� .u ; E. Marsh and M. Mouog-
iian, Philadelphia, socond.
Son;,., tour-oared shell, final���Argonauts, Toronto, first; Aerial, Balti-
moro, second; Western, St. Louis,
third.
AMERICAN FORCES MAKING READY
FOR THE ATTACK ON    ,
MANILA.
INTERN ATION AL CHESS.
Tabulated  Results of  tho Tournament
Up to  Date.
Vienna, July 22.���After ono day of
rest the chess exports engaged in tho
international tournament began (he
games in the 86th round this morning
The schedule was as follows : Schiffers
vs. Alapin, Janowski vs. Wahlbrodt,
Pillsbury vs. Burn, Blackburne vs.
Trenchard, Schowalter vs. Baird,
Schleohtor vs. Caro, Marco vs. Lipke,
Maroczy vs Halprin, Tschigorin vs.
Tarrasch and Steinitz a bye,
The first adjournment was made 'at* 2
o'clock. At this time tho following
results had been arrived at: Schiffers
and Alapin adjourned thoir game in
o\ on position, Janowski disposod of
Wahlbrodt, Pillsbury had lost a game
against Burn (tho contest was adjourned), Blackburne beatJTrenchard,
Baird went down before Schowalter,
Schlechter boat Caro, Marco succumbed
to Lipke, and Tschigorin and Tarrasch
adjourned their gamo in an oven position. The following are tho scores up
to dato:
Won.
Alapin  IS
Baird     9
Blackburne   17
Burn   18>,i
Caro   1211;
Halprin  14
Janowski  25
Lipke   19t2'
Marco  17
Maroczy  10%
Pillsbury  24}-,-,
Schiffers   15V���
Schlechter  22
Schowalter  11 J-a
Steinitz  2)1},;,
Tarrasch  26
Trenchard     li
Tschigorin   Hi}..
Wahlbrodt   15>2
Lost,
lli
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18
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21
10
15J-2
19
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17
18}i
14
19
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CIGARETTES AT COURT.
Russian Ladies Petition Against Their
Prohibition in Czarina's Presence.
London, July 22.���The Daily Telegraph today published a despatch from
St. Petersburg which says tho ladies
of tho Russian court are greatly upset
at tho fact that tho czarina has forbidden cigarette smoking in hor presence. The despatch adds that the
ladies have petitioned her majesty to
withdraw the prohibitory Yukuse,
pointing out that ladies snioko cigarettes at all tho courts of Europe and
that thoro are smokers among the
crowned heads of Europe and princes
of blond royal, including the Dowager
Czarina, the Empress of Austria, the
Queen of Roumania, the Queen Regent
of Spain and tho Queen of Portugal,
White they allege the greatest devotee
of all is Princess Henry of Prussia, tho
sister of tho czarina.
California Volunteer* nre Near the Spanish lines Souiii Manila to be Tnken
First.���The Second Expedition ��ls-
eiiilinrkluK*
Now York, July 22.���A dospatch to
the New York Journal from Cavito,
July 19, via Hong Kong, dated July
22, says:
The entire regiment of the First
California volunteers advanced to
Janbo, only two miles from the Span-
his lino, surrounding Manila. The
California troops have been thrown
out by Genoral Anderson to form the
advance of the attacking force. South
Manila is to be captured first. The
Colorado and Utah batteries are being
landed at* Pasanu directly from the
ships. Tho Teuth volunteers with tho
rest of tho artillery will land at Mala-
bon, just north of Manila. Brigadier
Gonoral F. V. Breen, formerly Colonel of the* Seventy-first regiment of
Now York, is in command of tbe advance. General Anderson remains in
Cavito.
The disembarkation of thy American
troops composing the second expedition
is being pushed with the utmost energy. The Colorado regiment is already in tho field near Parajo. The
other regiments will bo transferred
wil bout any loss of time from the
transports lo the camp in native boats.
The United States cruiser Boston has
been detailed to cover the binding
parties. She now occupies a position
almost, within range of tho guns of tho
Fort Malate, which is only a short distance from Manila proper. The brig-
ado commanded by Gonoral Anderson
is still at, Cavito, but his troops are
ready to move. Trie arrival here of
the United States monitor3Ioiitorey is
anxiously expected.
NEWFOUNDLAND QOTSTIONS.
Sir James Returns From a Successful
Trip to London.
London, July 22.���Sir James Winter, tho premier of Newfoundland, returns to America on August (I by the
steamer Siberian, having completed
the mission which brought him to this
country. It is understood that the
British colonial offico has agreed that
Newfoundland should bo directly
represented at tho coming conference
on American-Canadian affairs, and tho
Newfoundland premier himself will
bo the commssisioner from tho colony.
Sir James Winter also had a satisfactory
conference, with tho first lord of tho
admiralty, Mr. George J. Gosehen, in
regard to establishing a naval reserve
corps in Newfoundland. Tho British
government has not reached a decision
on tho French shore and other questions.
STOCKS RISING.
The Statement of Spanish Minister of
Public Works Is the Reason.
Now York, July 22.���Tho Evening
Post financial cable dated London, July
: The statement by tho Spanish
minister of public works concerning
tho peace prospects together with good
railway dividends favorably affected all
the stock markets hero today. A shurp
riso took placo in Spanish fours on tbo
Spanish minister's statement, which
also brought in buyers of Americans.
The market closed under the best,
however. A large amount of American bills was offered today to leavo
New York tomorrow.
New York is asking for quotations
on American bills as far forward as
October. Gold was in strong demand
for tho continent, and full weighted
soverigns woro bought today for shipment to Russia. It is believed that
money rates have touched bottom. It
is rumored that tho Transvaal government has obtained a loan of ��6,000,000
it Berlin.
NIPI OCCUPIED.
Washington, July 22.���Tho following message has been received at the
navy department:
Playa, July 22.���Tho expedition to
Nipi has beon entirely successful although the mines havo not been removed for want of time. Tho Spanish
cruiser Jorge Juan, defending tho
place, was destroyed, without loss on
our part. Tho Annapolis and Wasp
afterwards preceded from Nipi to assist in the landing of the army on its
arrival at Porto.
(Signed)       SAMPSON. I HE   MINER, ��A I URDA\ , JI LY
1898
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A NEW   PROMOTION.
�� The prospectus of Iho'; Paciiic Northwest Mining Corporal ion, Limited,
has been published in tbo issue of thc
yd inst. of the Financial News. The
promoter.-', of this company seem to bo
sanguine to a degree remarkable even
among company promoters. The prospectus states that, the company has acquired properties, one in Montana,
three in British Columbia and three
near Sunrise City, Alaska���four of the
properties being placer propositions on
which a hydraulic plant will he necessary. Tho prospectus makes no mention of an)' dividends ever having been
paid by any of the properties and no
details of any development work are
given, so it may bo reasonably concluded that all the properties are still
in tho prospect stage, and yot tbe prospectus states that from information
considered trust wort by share holders
may safely rely on a not; profit of ��97,-
500 sterling at the end of tho first year
as a rosult of the working of the three
quartz mines alone,
Ono of theso is tho Black Cock, near
Ymir. The Black Clock was located by
Alexander Audet and A. Julian, and
was recently sold by thorn to this company for, it is stated, $75,000. Wo
have no personal knowledge of tbe
property, liut it has the reputation of
being a promising prospect, with a
certain amount of work done, and good
assays are said to have been obtained
from it. This is the foundation of the
statement that the Black Cock will at
the end of tho year yield a not profit
of ��37,500, or about $177,500, Tho
owners, who presumably know their
own property, will be probably surprised to lind that a conservative estimate of a year's profits will be more
than twice as much as what they got
for the claim.
Tho wild statements in the prospectus are sufficient in themselves tn
condemn it, and the English investing
public should know enough by this
timo to read between Ibe lines and
light shy of a company who pays $630,-
000 for unproved mining properties.
man   going   homo   on   leuve, the war
cloud in tho far east  is  Betting vory
black    indeed.    "Russia's   aggression
has nbout gone to the limit," said tho
officer, und   England   undoubtedly ap
pears   to   bo   making   ready   for war,
Large stocks of  coal and  munitions of
war   are   continually arriving   at   the
naval depot at   Hong   Kong, whoro all
the   Ismail    gunboats   are   assembled,
I This   last   circumstance   is considered
especally    significant,   Usually   these
small    craft   are   scattered   about   the
*J[)[jcoasl   of   China   looking after British
500 I interests and the safety of British sub-
11)00 heels in Iho smaller places on   the Ohi-
13 00 nose coasts, but were war to break out
j thoy would   all   bo   laid   up   in Hong
Kong and (heir crews   drafted  to  tho
torpedo boats and fighting ships.    The
Chinese   army   and   navy   is   already
being reorganized   under   British  officers, ami England seems   generally   to
be (juicily and   unobtrusively   making
ready to meet the storm which, in the
opinion of residents in ihe east, is sure
to burst before long.
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Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth   Brushes,
rtEim     nl"" GoocJ Value in Sponges. ^^ssA.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B.
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
c.
Mining   News.
The Idaho mine, near Now Denver,
has shipped linos tons of ore during the
past year.
A shipment of 1000 tons of ore is
being made from the Enterprise mino,
in the Slocan, to the Omaha smelter.
A strike of $100 ore, of which there
is five feet in sight, has been made in
the Nelson-Poorman mine. The slriko
was made in lhe 000-foot tunnel,
where the ledge was cut   at a depth of
000 feet.
A big strike has been   made by Mai- *
colm   Matheson   ou   (he Copper Chief, 1
near Trout Lake   City.    A  section   of
the ledge has been uncovered and some
line specimeuts of ore have been taken
1 iu t.
The   Whitewater    mines,    Limited, j
have    taken   a   working bund   on   the
Slocau Boy, which is owned largely by 1
Spokano parties.    The   price is said to
be $40,000.    Work on the property will j
begin at once.
During the first six   months of   this
year the  Lc Roi mine shipped  Iiii,970 j
tons of ore. the War Eagle 11,889   tons
and   the   ether mines of   the Rossland I
camp 4606 tons, making   a grand total j
taken from tho Kossland mines of  139, -
856 tons, of  an approximate  value  of
$1,277,079.
The Golden and Port Steele Development company are going to do extensive development work on Iheir valuable mineral claims at the head of
Toby creek. A party goes np thero
next week lo commence operations.
Tho Swansea mineral claim, in
Windermere mining division, belonging to Bon Abel, Joe Lake, Sam
Brewer and G. S. McCarvor, has beon
bonded to F. A. Mulholland of Rossland, for ifoOOO. Tho lirst payment is
duo, on July 29.
Manager McCluro reports that tho
work of sinking the shaft on the
Flossie R. will be discontinued, and
bids will soon be asked for the sinking
of a 500-foot tunnel on this property.
Thero are 11 distinct* leads on the
Flossie R, which also extend across
the entire length of the Bimetallic and
King Solomon claims, and it is thought*
a 500-foot tunnel would tap all these
leads. The wagon road has been completed about half way from the mine
to the railway. Work will probably
commence on this tunnel within a fow
weeks. The Flossie R. has had, considering tho amount of development
work dono, tho most wonderful showing of any property in the Ymir
camp.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo.
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
WHAT WE HAVE TO DO
1 Official Directory.
1  _.,
DOMINION' DIttKOTORY,
Governor-Genera]        -        Karl of Abordoon
1Premier        ��� - Sir Wilfrid Laurloi*
Mombor Housuol Common?, Dominion Purlin,
muni, Wosl Kootenny llowllt Bostocl^
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.-Governor lion T It Mclnne.-,
Promloi - Hen -1 II Tumor
Allornoy-Gciioriil        - linn D ;\l Kberls
(loin nf Lands nnd Works linn G li Martin
Minister Mlneftund Education linn ,1ns linker
Presldont Exomilivo Council Him (' 1-1 Pooley
Mombors Legislative Assembly lor West, Idiot-
enay  North Riding .1 M Kellie
South Riding .1 F Hume
NKLSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor ��� John Ilouston
Aldcrmen-Clioa Hillyer, W F Teeleel,  .1 A
(Hiker, .1 .1 Malono, E I' Whalley, Thoa Mud-
(len.
Oily Clerk - - J K Slrneliiin
Police Munis!rule 1*1 A Crease
Chlof of Police .        A   K McKinnon
Chii^l'of Kiro Depurltiient.    .    W J Thompson
I Auditor John Hamilton
Wntor Commissioner T M Ward
j Health onicei- ���        Dr. Lnilnu
! Cily l-lngluucr A. L. M'Cullooh
j   City counoil moots every Monday, 3 p.m., at
j eity hall, cor Victoria anil Joaephino st*
SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
lir. SO Arthur. Dr. 0 A 11 Hull, Geo John,
i stone.   Principal   .) It Groon.
Our  Grocery
nasi few inonthi
Business bus grown so rapidly during the
we are compelled to make room somehow,
ln order to do (bis we bavefully decided to dispose of our
Entire Stock of Crockery and Glassware at Prices wbicb
haye never been heard of in the Districl of Kootenay,
Ladies don't miss this golden opportunity. Call and look
through. There is sure to he something you will require before I be wai is oyer.
When ymi eome lo look Llirough the Barsains don'l forget
your Grocery List nlso, for as you well know, our stock is well
assorted and Prices Right.
Ladles come early before yonr neighbor gels ahead of you
and pinks out the best Bargains. All goods delivered prompt ly
free of charge to any part ol ibe eity.
SOL") II KOOTKNAY
BOARD OK  TRADE.
I're.-i'lenl
J Itodoriok Rolierlsiin.
Vico-l'rcHiilcnl
Jamos Lawrcnco.
Sec) Treas,
.lulm A Turner.
KOOTKNAY LAKE 1
1ENKRAL HOSPITAL
Prosidonl
John A. Turner
Vice Pros.
VV. A. Jowett.
Secretary
li. McArtliur
Treas.
A 11 Clenienls
Medical Supt..
III-. 11. A II Hull
Close
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1 8.00 |'.in
. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
PETER GENELLE &
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
CO.
NKLSON POS
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I'111'KICK   (
1 States, Ontario, Qu
her   ml  Kuslein   I'rinine
!Points nn N.  &  1''. S. Iin
Victoria and RosBlnnd.
Vow Denver, Sandon mnl
Slocan Lako Points.
I.OO p.iti,|Knsio nnd Kootonay Lake
IPoints
11.00 p.m.|HoHs!iuid,  Trail,   Nakusp,
iini,- nn. points on main lint
*'.  I'.   It.,    Yuneonvei- anil
Winnipeg
Hue
...I.i p.m.
'.'.Hll p.m.
T.l.'i a.hi.
7.1*1 a.m.
We are prepared lo furnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices and carry Rough anil Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles    and   Lath,   Sash   and   Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
Ol'FICE nouns.
Lobby oponedfrom 7a.m. to to p.m.; Genoral
, s a.m. tn S p.m.;  Registration, 8.311
p.in.; Money (Inters und Savings Bank
I p.m.; Sundny 1 hour(10 to 11 a.in).
.1. A. GILKER, Postmaster.
Dullv
[i u.m. In
DISTRIOT DIRECTORY.
Qovornmont Inspector of Agoncios VV .1 Goeool
OFFICE AND YARD C.  V.  R.
STATION.    .    .    .
A.  E.  YOUNG
,    AGENT.
THE VACANT JUDGESHIP.
The position of chief justice of British Columbia i.s still unfilled, though 11
number of names have been mentioned
in connection witb it. It was stated
that Mr.E.P.Davis was offered the post
on condition that he went to live in
Victoria. Mr. Davis declined (o leave
Vancouver, so the mutter dropped. It
is now confidently asserted tbnt Mr.
Justice McColl will be appointed
chief justice, which will leave a
vacancy on lhe bench of the supreme
court
If such be tbe case it mil}' not lie out
Of place to suggest that the new judge
���ibould be required to reside at Nelson.
We are reliably informed that every
time a judge, conies down here to hold
court the travelling and hotel expenses
mount up to .between ��400 nnd $600,
making a total expense to the government of nearly $8000 annually.
Wero a judge of the supreme court to
be appointed to reside here permanently, all members of the legal profes-
son agree that there is sufficient litigation here to give, him plenty of employment, while such an arrangement
���would be at once an economy for the
government and a convenience to barristers and public alike.
WINE FOR THE SOLDIERS.
A French Firm   Scuds   1200 Bottles of
Champagne to the Wounded.
New York,,Inly 22.���A firm of wine-
makers at Rheims, France, has offered
the United States government, 1200
lioftles ol' champagne for the sick and
wounded soldiers. The surgeon general of the army referred the goffer to
tho secretary of the treasury, who has
issued orders tbat the wine be admitted free, of duty. Part of the wine
will be sent to Santiago.
touuuucututuuutt* i ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
and JOINERS
MASONIC   ELECTIONS.
Toronto, July 22. ���The Masonic
grand lodge delegates Ibis morning
elected district deputy grand musters.
Tl.e credentials committee reported
1606 votes registered, and tlie election
of grand lodge ollicers wns then proceeded with.
RATE WAR SETTLED.
Chicago, July 22.���Sir William Vim
Home, president of the Canadian Paciiic Railway, passed through Chicago
today on the. way from St. Paul,where
be hns been in conference with J. J.
Hill, president of the Great Northern
Railway, ou the transcontinental passenger rate matter. No official statement is made, but it is understood
tliat an agreement was reached whioh
will result iu the restoration of the
tariffs.
According to an interview published
in the Victoria  Times, with   a  naval
HOLDEN EXTRADITED.
Montreal, July 22.���Holden, tho
Napanee bunk robber, arrived at Montreal last night from Boston in charge
of Chief Sills of Napanee and In spector
Caddis of Boston. Ho was It eked up
and was tnken on to Napanee this
morning.
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Thc Largest Circulation.
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When requiring thoroughly  seasoned
timber should apply to
nel,1 Commissioner
Minini,' Recorder-Tax Col
Collector of Customs
Provincial Assossor
County Courl Ju,li;o
Registrar
Inspector of Schools
O. (1. Hei
11 K Tolmie
Geo. Johnstone
.lohn Keen,
.1 A Forin
K T H Siinpkins
William Hums
PROVINCIAL
Warden
Flrat Jailor
Second Jailor
Third Jailer
Senior Guard
JAIL DIRECTORY.
Capt, N" Kit/.stubbs.
H Liddell.
(leo Partridge.
John MoLaron
H;inee.
T. W. GRAY.
Instoek,l,0C0,000ft.ofFlooring,Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes anil
every description of Joinery.
Bt'UEEN   BlIKIIts   AND    WINDOWS   MADE
TO Oltllttt.
CHURCH  DIRECTORY.
Ciii'iicnoi,' ENGLAND���Matin 11 n.m.: Keen
Snn^. 7.mi p.iu. ovcry Sundny. Holy Con-imtm-
lon nn isi uiul 3rd Sundays in ihe month aftor
Matins; on 2nd und Ith Sundays, at 8 a.in.
Sunday-school at 2.30 p.m. Uev. U.S. Ako-
hurst. Heeler.   Cor Ward uud Silica slrocts.
Prksbyterian Cnuncn -Servlcosnl ll a.m.
und ".llu p.m. Sundny School at. 2.30 p.in.
Prayor mooting Thursday evening nt ,s p.m.;
Chrj.-tian Kndeuvor Society moels ovory Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rov. R. Frow,
I'listor.
METHODIST Cnuncn -Corner Silica nnd
Josephine streets. Services at, 11 n.m. nnd 7..'10
ii. in. ; Sabbath Sohool, 2.30p.m.: Prayor meeting on Friday ovoning at 8 o'clock; Epworth
League c. K��� Tuosday at ,8a.m, Rov. Geo. II,
Morden, Hustor.
Human Catholic Cnuncn���Mass at Xelson
overy Sunday at Hand 10.30 a.m.; Bonodiction
al 7 ;'in lo Sp.iu.   Hev, Father Forland, Priest.
Baptist ('iii'itcii Services morning and
 iuKut il a.in. and 7.3(1 p.m.! Prayor meet-
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SEASONABLE
GOODS
Wall Papers,
Fishing Tackle,
Garden & Flower Seeds.
LACROSSE,
BASEBALL,
and TENNIS GOODS.
If
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers ol Fine Lnger
Beer and Porter.
Drop in   and see    us.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchase
Your Tobaccos
Post Office
Cigar Store
Where   you  wil
assorted  stool
always lind a well
nl Imported   and
Domestic Oigurs, Cigarettes Tobaccos and a full stock  of
Pipes at reasonable
Prices.
S. J. MIGHTON. (llil
MILLINERY,
d5
LIMITED
I will sell at cost for the balance of tbo season all trimmed
millinery, children's hats and
bonnets, sailors and shirtwaists.
MRS. M'LAUGHLIN
Josephine st., Nelson.
Ing
are held
ally wolco
BALVAT1
al
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nga
HU-
ii .-.ehnol house,   strangers cor
1.   Hev. (i. It. Weloh, I'aslor.
Army���Sorviccs every cvonln&
inn-ranks on Viotoria sireel
Adiutant Millner in charge,
LODGE MEETINGS.
NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. &A.
M. meets second Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
U. I.. Lennox, Seoretars*-*
^->aa<.'       '���   "���  V.   V.     Kootenay  LoiIko
**%l&t*   '" 's��- l'��, meetsevory Monday night,
at,   (heir   HaU,  Kootenay sti-onl.
Sojourning odd Follows oordlally invited.
WM. HUDSON', Secretary.
. ..NKLSON   l.OIHlK  Nn. !!6, K. of  P.,
���/#m>9*,nioots in Oastlo hull, MoDonald blook
ivory Tuosday ovonlng nt 8 o'olook,
I.M1 visiting knights cordially invited,
,i. .1. Malone, CC.
(S'Jui Geo.Partridge, K.of li.ands.
NKLSON   LODGK,   I. (I. (J. T.      Meets in
Castle Hull, McDonald Hlock, every Monday
evening  at S o'clock.   Visiting Templars cordially inviied, Jiui.N TELFORD,
Chief Templar.
Goorgo Nunn    Hee'y
/SS3S&),      NKLSONS   QUEEN   NO. 211
(ff ^%,   KONS     OK     ENGLAND,   ineoli
1 c t* C III   second nnd  fourth Wednesday of
S'U E'll   each month at K. of P. HalbMao-
��i J))   Donald lllock,   oor. Vernon   and
%==#   Josophlno streets.   Visiting breth-
rn cordially invited.       Ernest King,
Chas. II. FARROW, Worthy 1'resident
Secretary,
COURT KOOTKNAY, I.O.K., NO. 3138 meets
1st und ,'lrd Wednesday in eueh month in the
lv of P Hull. K VV Swanell, C. D. H. C. It.; J It
Green, O.K.: .1. Purkiss, Scoy.
NKLSON LODGK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., mcetu
every Thursday in the 1,0.0. K. hall. F W
Swanell, M.W.I W" Hudson. ltoc.-Sec; J. J.
Driscoll. Finanoior F. J Squire. Receiver and
V. M. w.
NELSON L.O.L. No. Hi()2 nicols in thc Mc-
Donald hlock every .Thursday ovonlng at 8
o'olook. Visiting members cordially invited.
John Toyo, W'.M.; F. J. Bradley, U.S. THE  MINER, SATURDAY, JULY 23,  1898
Gmi nQ 1 T     T fl fl i, T     ?T -Tl tsf 0 I hotel Hw*me.   The RoeidPtit ht��s ton
HNKKAIi      iUIjAIi    NHWo  ��*ty  n<* interfered with Mp. Roi
The RoeidPtit has ri.vtim-' HOW.   MAOKIJSffOBH'S  KEGRETS.
irferetl with Mr. Robert-;
IK   to   tifWlQOM ns HHiiaJ j    The rcceplioli cumuiitlcc e��:
in ntteuflaiioe ��iyg that invitation lo  Hou. 0, 11. M
CH arm will be all right in a fow days,  of Roaslfind to he present nt
herr
JlflB   (11   Imsinexs i'���-i iiMitaJ j    Ttm rcceplld'.i comitiitlcc exttnulcil un
and the (lector in  ttHetlfllliiOe nays tliat \ iiivitatmn   lo   Hou. 0, 11. Mnokintohh
j .  A eiilii.i ,,��,ilT i, bein��  XjIST^t^SftSSftnS1��
EVMTS   OF    IBTBEfibT   m   AND    z"'1 ll *'��*: m "'a ';;,'' 7; "'"JL^ houorablo nuitlanan wus miablo to be
have HiRuedtlmroH  undqrOnptaln G, I presout    {.,,���   following   telegram  of
j regret was received :
"VV. A. Jo-wett, Kelson: Regret tlutf.
AROUND NELSOU.
j D, Reid, First Lieutenant VS. '.'.. Twins |
nml     ,-r ioild     liicnti'iinnl     ,,'i'lin
Brief     lll'lttuuu      el'     H(ull|H'llillgl
UiHllIel IHiiln:; llu- !'a**l
.'I'M   1,1'.) t.
Vroom,
invitation v,:is received loo lute.  Made
eral hospital for tho past month suffering from rheumatism, returned home
this week greatly improved   in health,
(in Monday   evening next, the 35th
inst, in the   Presbyterian church, the
orpanized   u,'v- ;V' -v McLeod,   Baptisi mission-
ery.   returning to   liis work in India,
will  give  11   missaionary   address  to
A. S. Pnnvoll left yesterday evening   wliich the publio ere inviied.     There
for Revelstoke. will bo special appropriate singing.
Mr. nnd Mrs. \V.   .1. Wilson of   1*
son nre visiting Kossland.
A, W. Sheppard. Preabyturian mis-1 important engagement yesterday re
sionarv at ymir, who has beeii ander quiring my prosenco here until Thura
treuii'icnt   in the Kootenay Lake Gen. [day afternoon, otherwiso nothing could
A base ball team has
at Ymir.
1 ecu
Im nest Coy nnd T. V. Bell of Deer
Park lire nl lhe (Irnnil Central.
Vi. E, Blaokinar of Brooklyn regis-
terd at the Phair yestorday ovening.
11. MoElroy, Warton; G, I!. Long-
street, Toronto; VV. li. Chisholm, aro
at the Phair.
A pleasant feature of the celebration
of Thursday wns the presentation of
two handsome bouquets to Ludy Aberdeen i'l-nni the Nelsiui lire brigade. Tin
have afforded mo more pleasure than
being present to do honor to their Excellencies.
"C.  H. MACKINTOSH."
DISTINGUISHED MINING MEN.
Ex-Lieutenant Governor Dewdney
arrived in the city yesterday afternoon
and registered at the Phair. Accompanying Hon. Mr. Dewdney are Mr.
E. Holt, of London, England, one of
the directors of the Hastings, British
Columbia Exploration Syndicate, of
which Mr.  Dewdney   is   managing di
presentationwas made by Misses Beryl|rector; and   M.   A.   Bucke, of Kaslo
who is consult inn engineer of the com
young daughters of  Mr. and   Mrs
i''.  Emerson.
P.
W. G, Pettingell of the Canada Drug
and Honk company is at present in
Regina, N.W. T.
The preaent force at work on the
Golden Wedge has been increased by 10
mon. Operatioua have just boguu on
lh" construction of :i 150-foot tunnel.
It is the intent ion uf the owners, the
B. 0. Gold Fields company, to tap'the
Mrs. S. Des Brisay passed llirough j ledge at a considerable depth on the
the city this week to join her husband, * Bonanza, a claim adjoining the Gol-
who is in business al Vmir. j den Wodge.
A   meeting   of   tho   clergy   of   Iho      The   tables   al the   public luncheon
('burch of   England in West   Kootonay ! given by the citizens of Nelson to their |
will be hold in Kaslo uext Thursday.     ! Excellencies the Govornor General and
0. E. Smith, Montreal; II. 0. l^ Aberdeen were very tastefully
Switzer, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. , *[���"���'���ralnl with flowers 0 lc. by Mrs.
George H. Mastick are at the Hume.   [Arthur,   Mrs.   Holt and   Mrs. Goepel,
pany. The party leaves for Vmir by
this morning's train, and will return
tn the city this evening, where they
will spend Sunday. They will leave
on Monday for a trip through the
Slocan.
I*, (In   io the West   Kooter
Company   for  your   meats, veal, lamb
and Lake Superior trout today,   Every
thing lirst class.
The fancy cake in tho window of
Lewis 6i Derviii nu Maker street
attracts much attention and is a thing
of beaut}',
A moonlight excursion has heen arranged fur the evening of August 5,
io  ihe   Outlel   hotel, Balfour, on   the
steamer Nelson.
E, 11. Mills of Kuskonook, accountant for W. II. Armstrong, contractor
011 the Crow's Nest Pass railway construction, spent* yesterday iu the city.J
In the future wc intend issuing  The
Miner un Monday mornings instead of
Sunday niiirnings, as lhe new arrange
incut has been found to  be more satisfactory to nur patrons and subscribers,
The New Cold Fields of Britilh
Columbia of which Sir Charles Tupper
is president will shortly resume work
on the Exchange group mar Sloean
Oity.
E. J. Drown, late of the Teoumseh
house, London, Out,, arrived in the
city on Wednesday and has accented
a position with P. P. Emerson in
���'The  Office."
As will be seen by advertisement
the social cantata,"Under the Palms, "
will by special request bo repeated in
the Presbyterian church Wednesday
evening, .luly 29.
Miss Goodman, who has heen visiting
her   uncle and   aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E.
R.   Winnan,   for   the past lew weeks,
left for her home in Walla Walla,
Wash., yesterday evening.
While on her visit to Nelson Lady
Aberdeen noticed some snapshot
photographs taken, and wishes In ask
through the medium of Tbe Miner
that, should the photographs be successful, copies be sent to her.
We understand that the slight accident to Mr. J. Roderick Robertson,
reported in yesterday morning's Miner,
happened while   he was   engaged with
other members of the reception committee in removing the tables, piano,
etc., for   the   public luncheon  at tho
Arthur,    Mrs
who   certainly   deserve   the thanks of
Butcher j the committee for the trouble to which
they   went    lo   make   the tallies so attractive.
F.E. MORRISON, D.D.S.
has taken over the practice of
Dr. II. E. Hall and is prepared to do all kinds ol Dental
Work   by latest methods, .  .
Iliet.en Kill  Illlllll
linker SI.
.!. E. Amiable has opened up a
general insurance commission and real
estate business in tlio ollice recently
erected on Victoria s!reel, opposite The
Mi nei ollice. He ia general agent for
tho Ontario Mutual Lifo Assurance
Co., several (Ire insurance companies,
the city agency of the Provincial Building and Loan association, and has
a largo list of real estate for rent and
sale.'
In ihe list of guests who attended
the public luncheon given al the Humo
on Thursday in honor of Iheir Excellencies the Govornor General and
Lady Aberdeen, as published iu yesterday's Miner, the following names
were unfortunately omitted; Mra, ,!.
V. Hume, Miss Irvine, Mrs. Gilker,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Beaton, Mrs. Ruthorford, Mr. and
Mrs. ,1. .1. Malum*. Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Taylor, Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Amiable,
Messrs. S. P. Shaw, Howard Chapman.
CANADIAN
FIC
LWAY
uul   S00--PACIFIC  LINE
'AC!
{A
WE HAVE
JUST RECEIVED
a lot of
Ice Cream freezers
which no well appointed
home should be without
during the warm weather.
We have also constantly
on hand a full line of . .
Plumber's Supplies,
Steam Fittings,
and Hardware
of every description
which we are offer-
ingat very low prices.
Umm Barters Co..
Vancouver & Nelson, B. C.
(IP!)
YMIR   NOTES.
Development Work  Being  Pushed on
Porcupine and Quart/. Creek.
Load after load of air pipe can he
i seen daily going to lhe Dundee, Flossie
R,. Bullion and Tamarac mines. The
indications are that every mine in the
cam]' will soon bo r.l work lo its utmost capacity.
The lialance of the machinery for
the ID-stamp mill for tho Vinir mine
is expected to arrive any dav. Ahout
IB tons of machinery has already arrived, and there is but 00 tons to
conic.
A great deal of development work is
being done at present on Porcupine
and Wild Horse creeks. The prospectors
have just begun to realize that a
sufficient amount of work has to be
done on their properties before ihey
can get capital interested enough to invest money. All that the properties
around Yniir need is enough development work to show them up, and then
the owners of claims around Ymir will
have uo trouble in disposing of their
properties.
Ymir lias the brightest future of any
inining camp iu British Columhia.
There are at present eight or ten prop
erlies working, and a good number of
them will put in machinery during the
summer and fall. There are at present
two concentrators and three stamp
mills under construction, all of which
will be completed within tho next few
months. Prom present indications the
oomiug fall will seo Ymir 11 very lively
camp. Although we have experienced
some dull times during the past fow
months, there is no reason why we
will not see good times in Ymir yet.
With several hundred men working,
as there will bo within the next sixty
or ninety days. Ymir will have a pay
roll second to no camp in British Columbia. There are al present 200 men
at work on the different properties
around Yrmir, and placing the wages
of these men at $8.60 per day, regular
miners' wages, this would at present
give Ymir a payroll of $21,000 per
month.���Miner.
AMERICAN COMMISSIONER*
Meet
it Washington to Arrange the
Preliminaries.
Washington, July 22.���The American members of the Canadian-American high commission met nt the state
department at noon today to perfect an
organization preliminary to meeting
th.i British and Canadian commissioners at Quebec about August 1(1. All of
(3 be American commissioners were
present, namely, Senators Gray and
Fairbanks, Representative Dingley,
ex-Secretary John Vi. Poster and Mr.
John jA. Kiisson, reciprocity commissioners, and Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge
of Boston, who has recently heen
added to the commission.
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To ull Eastern and Eutopean
Points.
To Paciiic Coast and Transpacific Points.
To the Rich and active Mining'
Districts oi Klondike and the
Yukon.
New Tourist Car Service
Daily lo St. Paul.
Daily (except Monday) lo Eastern Canadian and U.S. Points.
Tickets issued through and Baggage checked to destination.
DAILY TRAIN.
To  Rossland  nnd  Main   Line  points
(MOp.m.-Lcavos���NELSON���Arrlvos-lO.SOp.m
Hiioiiiiii.v 1,111.1'   tm si 11 ltonle.
stu. Kokanke
ICxcopt Sunday . Except Sundny.
4   p.m.���Loaves���NELSON���Arrives���11  a.m.
Calling at way ports in botli directions.
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Perhaps during the
excitement your supply of Printed Stationery has been
used up. If so wc
shall be pleased to
fill an order for you.
UHiUilUAiUllUliUUUUUUUUUliiA-UliiAllU
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Letter Heads,
Bill Heads, Envelopes,
Circulars,
Posters, Dodgers,
Cards,
Shipping   Tags,    Etc..
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Kootenny Hlver Itniiti'.
S'i'it, Nklson.
Mon. Wed. Fri. Hon, Wed. Fri.
7 a. m.���Loaves���NELSON-Amvcs���8.30 p. 111.
Kims lo Kuskanook (formerly Armstrong's
Landlngl calling at* way polls and makes close
connections at- Pilot* Bay with Steamer Kokanee. Stcamor may make additional trips provided business oilers,
'trains   III -inil  from   BlIK'llII (il). Sandon
and Slocan   l.iil.i'   [Minis.
(Sundays Excepted)
I) a. m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrlvos���2.20 p. 111.
ASOEIITAIN PltESENT
Reduced Rates East
ami full informal ion liy addressing nearest
local agent, or GKO. S. BEER, City Tioket
Agont, Nelson,
W, F. ANDERSON, K. .1. COYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agont,      Hist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver.
Write for Klondike folder and Map.
Spokane  Fails &
Northern R'y.
WeSson   &  Fort
are right in our
line of business
and while we do
not claim to do
work at the
cheapest price,
wedoclaimtodo
Good Work
AT A
Fair Price
We keep in Stock
nearly all Custom,
Legal ancl Mining
Forms and will print
anything you may
need.
JShepj^dJFTy.
Red fountain JRTy-
The only all rail route without change
of cars between Nelson and Rossland and
Spokane and Rossland.
(Daily Except Sunday)
Leave 6-20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-35 p.m 1
"    12:05 "   ROSSL'D    "   11:20   "    i
"    8.30 a.m. SPOKANE   "    3-10 p.m.
The Daily Miner
is meeting with good
success and if not on
our list you should
be. Wc deliver it to
your home for one
month for one dollar
or six months for
five dollars.
Can  We  do  Business
with You ?
Zhc   flMner
frto. & pub. Co.
Train thnt. leaves Nelsou at G:20 n.m.
makes clone connections nt Spokane fur
nil Paoiflc Const Points.
Passengers fer Kettle River and Boundary Greek,connect at Marcus witliStngo
Daily.
THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE   IT
THE SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL    R00TK.
It I* iin Host Modem in Equipment.
It In (he Heaviest Balled Mile.
It lia-, a BOOh Il��l I111I  Kiimlliril.
It t'ril-,si'H \i�� Siniil  Bli-*.*-.-!*!-..
It Id  the Only  Line   Running   Luxurlout
< lllll   ItUIIIII   fin-,.
It. in Jintcil for the Courtesy of llu Employe*.
It in the ��>nly 1.Ini' Serving Strain  on the
n In Carte   Plant
THROUGH    THK
(GRANDEST       SCENERY
IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.
AtlrnetivH Tonm iliiinm Season 11
Niivik'iitiou on Great l.nln-,- un Dultlth in
connection wiih Mngiiittownt Passenger
Steamers Northwept ainl Northland.
For maps tickets and complete infui niation
call on or address Agents, K. Si IS. Hy., C fir K
S. Nav. Co., N Si F. S. Ily., or
<', 1;. DIXON, General Agen
Spokane. Wash.
f. 1. WHITNEY., ��:. J'. .* r. t.,
.11 I'nnl.  HI Mil.
Intmiiilional Navigalioo k Trading Company.
LIMITED
Summer ("aril. EITucttve Jnne 20, ISflS.
Subject to clmngo without notir.o.
South b'nd.   s. s. International.   North b'nd
lluad down Head up
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.60 n.*in. Train Ar
"   Ar   H.15   "     Kuslo     SOU   "       "    Lv
llout Lvs. 3.30 a.m.  Kuslo    8.30 p.m. Hoat A r
"    1.30  " Ainsworth ".so    "       "    "
"     *n 00   "  1'ilnl Buy 11.45 '
"     51111   "    lliili'oui-   11.10	
"     Al'   0.40   " 5 Mil" IM.  ii.?fi    " "     "
7.15   "    Neluun    t.1,1    "
Train "   10.05 p.m. N'thport 1,65    "  Traiii
"     "   ll.'JO   " Kossland 12.05 a.m.   "        "
"     "     3.10   "  .Spokane   8.30	
Sandon-Kaslo  train daily,   lioat and   Spokane train daily except Sunday,
s. ���*>. Alberta.
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Snlldon 10.50 u.in. Train Ar
Lv
'���    Ar   3.45   "     Kuslo    8.00   "
"    Lv
Hunt Lvs   5.00   "      Kuslo     1.00   "
Hoat A r
"     0.20  "Ainsworlhll.40p.in.
"    7.00   " I'iloi Day 11.00  '���
i,      I,
������   10.00   "  Kuskon'k S.00   "
"   13.00 m. tliiul Kivi'i'd.OO   "
l.nou.in.Konncliirv5.no   "
" Ar      8.00  " Il'i-s Ferry 2.00   "
"     Lv
Train Lv 11.10  " B'rs Kerry 1.15   "
Train Ar
"   Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokane 7.60 a.m.
"      Lv
Sandon-Knslo train daily. Boat leaves Kaslo
for abovt; points Tuesdays and Saturdays
Returning ou Wednesdays and .Sundays.
siMiiai Kootenny Lake Service*
Commencing 20 June, 18!)S.
On Monday, Thursday and Friday S. fl
Alberta will leave lvaslo ,5 p.in., for Ainswort h
Pilot liny nnd Nelson.
Leaving Xelson 8 a.m., Tuesday. Friday and
Saturday for Pilot, Bay, Ainsworth tind Kaslo,
calling at all way points.
(All times arc subject to change without notlo c
Meals and berths not Included.
Passengers on S. H. International from Nel
son, Spokane, etc.. for points on Kootenay
Lake south of Pilot Hay. will connect at that
point with theS. S. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Alberta, from
pnintssouthof Pilot Bay, can, by arrangement,
witli pui.sor, have stop-over at Pilot Hay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. S. International
at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lake and blocan points with all joints in tho
United States and Canada: by way of Spokane
und Kootenav River.
Tickets sold ancl baggage checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our otllce.
G. ALEXANDER, Onn. Mgr.
P. O. I3ox 122. Kaslo, B.O
t t
| WHAT
| DO
vou        'A I
X WANT '"'
1 For One Cent a Word? t
X     You can find a buyer for "Any i
T  Old Thing " if you advertise. T
+            ClaSBlllCll ViIvirllsiiiH'iilB. X
X           ��� X
T     All advertisements In this column are T
T   1 cent a word each insert ion.   No ad- J
���X   veriisemenl taken for loss than 26 cento, i
������-*���������������������������������������.-������.������������������������������      44.>>
FOR  SALE
Old papers at THK  MINER office.   25 cenU
per hundred.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOUND.���A small key, National Cash Kegln-
ler.   Apply "Minor" oflice,
MUSIC LESSONS. - On piano organ or
guitar, by Mra. W. .1. Astley, Hobson *,n*,****.
I wo doors west of Stanley,   1'. O. Box 180.
FOB HKNT-An olesantly furnished front
room or suite, on Stanley slreet,    Inquire
this olllco.
TO LET���Two rooms well furnished, lighted
by electric light, with private family. Victoria
St. next to Victoria Hotel. 68
ENGINE FORSALE.
Six horse nowcr upright
made reversible,
Could easily bo
THORPE & CO., LTD. IHE MINER, SATURDAY, J J -, V 23   189S
BBS'S
CANADIAN OLUE Ul LONDON  PEE-
SENTS THE TEAM WITH A
TROPUY*
Initial ICuunils nl llu- Ureal t'liniiH'illtmi.-
Scores ��f Uie C'liiiaillnii   Slnrksiiien.-
l.iii-il   Stiatliriiiiii   anil  Mount    tliyai
I'l-ci'iits ��  Cup.
London, July 22.���There arc 800 men
whose scores in the lirst stage of the
competition at Bisley Cor the Queen's
prize entitled them to couipeto in tho
second stage, during whioh thev will
lire ten shots at 500 yards aud lifteeu
shots at 000 yards, Thoy shot off the
SOO yards this morning. Simpson, Iho
private of the Fourth Manchester regiment, who, after tieing yesterday with
Sergeant Morrison of the Fifth Lancashire regiment, al nil points for the
Queen's bronze medal,won that trophy
yesterday  afternoon.    With   a total of
Marble.
While (Irousi���J. Desirau, at head
of Granite creek, adj. Adolphe.
Rodney���W. H. Rixen, on divide between Hall ani 49 creeks, formerly
Kveuing,
Seymour���(1. D Egar, on divide between Hail and 49 creeks, adj. Beres-
ford, formerly St. Louis.
Howard���W. EL Risen, same, formerly Bullen.
Lord Nelson���B. A, Rixen, on divide
between Hull ereek and n fork of Salmon river, formerly Snowstorm.
Golden Treasure���W. H. Cumming,
011 n side of Wild Horse creek, adj.
Alma.
Whiteiron���Same, samo, adj. Mugwump.
Golden Gorge���Same, same, adj.
Gladstone.
I. X L.���R. Luxten, on w side of
Deer creek, li mi from Lower Arrow
lake, adj. Ethel.
Anna Laura���A. M. Seed, same,adj.
Laura.
Laura���Same, same.
San .lose���tl. it. Green, on e fork of
-!:i creek, adj. George It  formerly 41).
Geo. H.���George 11. (I.ecu, near
head of o fork of 49 creek, formerly
(lertrude.
White Eagle���J. Saulter, 10 mi ne of
Nelson, (i mi w of Six Mile creek.
Juno Ill-
Great Eastern���N, Grieb, J. Stierle,
<i. Peoue, 1 mi s of and 2 mi up  Porcupine creek, adj. Empress.
c
f*. tl/ ��'liJ
w #
V. IIOSHI, Proprietor.
The Best Meals In the City
ttom 25 cents up.
are receiving Seasonable Goods
for the best trade of Nelson in
the lines oi
GROCERIES, TEAS ���* COFFEE
The quality is the best and prices
right.      As always, our slock oi
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
OPFN AI I   NBfiHT ^> 's 'u" am' ^eing added to as needed.
no Chinese employe.      KirkpatflCk and WflSOfi, BAKER STREET ��
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
Tables   supplied   with    all
the  delicacies of the season
L. h. li.
ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR.
Great   Western���Same,   same,     adj.
14 points in three rounds at  100 yards,    ,,���,,,, v .,,..,,,���,
i in*.it eastern.
both men breaking the records, he
heads the list with 10 hulls eves. The
following are the scores of the Canadians :
Loudon���L.   Gilchrist,   on    Granite
Mt., opposite city of Nelson.
Sunshine���G.   Tlolhrook,    near  head
of Second s fork  fit   Porcupine   creek,
[adj. Summit Queen.
Swain 49, Simpson -IT.   Davidson -17,       Summit Queen���O, French,  at   head
Robertson 47, Lieutenant Smith 17.
Gilchrist 40, Ross 4(1, Blair 4(i, Forbes
45, Hayhurst- 44, Broadhurst 44, Armstrong 41.
In the "Gregory" competition seven
shots at 800 yards, standing, the Can
ndian, Ross, won the prize with a score
of 84. Other Canadian competitors
scored as follows : Forbes ���'���?, Robortson
82, Blair 81.   Thoy won E2 each iii the I
of Scconil's'iuth fork of Porcupine creek,
formerly Summit King,
July 20���
Yellow Jack���Salmo -Consolidation
Gold Mining and Development. Co.,
limited, on n side of Sheep ereek near
Lear creek, adj, Blue Jack.
Highland Lady���A.   Coulis.   on  iii
viiio between head of e fork of  n   fork
of Salmon   river  and   Boulder  creek,
formerly Josephini
Special attention paid to auditing
Company's books. Business accounts balanced aud set in order.
For terms apply
BOX 8 NELSON, B. C
mmTTTTiHnwiHMMH-wmTmv
SEE
TTTTTT
for Nobbiest and best and Save KASH.
IP. O. STOEE,
llie B.���P. L. Bowennan, I'.j  mi
competition for the Queen's prize, first   " '7' Vl"'^'^.}i-..    ,   ������   ,,
TT , , .     .,, . "., Cora���N. W. Keech, E, P.   Gr
tstaKo. Hutcheson wins ��3 in tlie coin-
petition for the Duke of Cambridge's
prize.    Broadhurst   and   Silencer  also
won ��3 each. At the close of tho second stiiK'-J of the Queen's prisso Lieutenant Fletcher of thc Second Liverpool regiment ami Sergeant Barrett of
the Secoi.d Nortnlk regiment had tied
for the silver nn iia! with an Kggrogate
of 240 fur the four distances'. The Canadian aggregates were: Broadhurst
209, Simpson 2n<), Hayhurst 209, Ross
200, Blair 205, Swain 208, Lieutenant
Smith 2011, Davidson 200, Gilchrist
198, Forbes 198, Armstrong 196, Robertson nu.
The final stage of thc Queen's prize
will he decided on Saturday.
Lord Wolseley, the commander in
chief of the forces, Lord Kingsburg.
Sir Henry Fletcher and many distinguished Canadians attended tlie
presentation today by the Canadian
club of a competition cup to thc Canadian Bisley team in camp. Lord
Strathcona and MountRoyal,iu presenting the cup said that the Canadian
club desired to show ils appreciation of
what was being done hy the soldiers
and citizens of Canada in coming to
Kngland to compete with the Imperial
forces. Lieutenant Colonel Cooke, the
officer in charge of the Canadian team,
in responding said that the kindly
treatment the Canadian riflemen had
reoeived among strangers here would
uever he effaced from their hearts.
In the competition for the Daily
Graphic cup seven shots at 000 yards,
Sergeant Ross of Victoria won the
trophy with a score of 16, against a
score of 14 by Broadhurst, the Canadian.
uu.
on river, adj.
on
eh.
on
'!���
NEW  LOCATIONS.
G. Meister,   0   mi   n   of
adj.    Htiinbolt,   formerly
at head of u fork of Salr
Homestake.
Myrtle���Same, same, adj. Cora.
Little   Chappie���E.   P. Graham
Copper orclc, forme.ly  Little Chi;
Spokane.    No.    1���A.    \S".    Floyd
Whiskey creek, formerly Sp< '   ne.
Emily���W. Kirby, at head ��� ���;' &lii
fork   of   Log creek, !S mi   froi i Lo ver j
Arrow lake.
Dewey���W.   J.   Maxwell, 1 aii from |
head   of   s  fork of ii   fork of   Salmon
river, formerly Amy B.
Lynn ���A. J. Smith, et al., across
N. i& F. S. Ry line 1 ., mi n of Porto
Rico siding.
Thistli���R. W. Graham, on s side
of Little Cavuso creek, 41., mi from
Deer Park.
Shamrock���Same, on s side Cayuse.
Flossona���G. Adamson, 4 mi so of
Nelson, formerly Perman.
Arada���M. Egan, south of first
switchback on Hall Mines wagon road,
adj. Esperanza.
Arena���A. L. MoOrea, on   e   side of
Salmon   river.    1   mi s of  Ymir, adj.
Snowstorm.
July 21���
Greenback���S. Rea, on w sido of
Cayuse creek
Maine���T, W. Stuck, on s fork of
Porcupine ereek.
MILITIA GENERAL ORDERS.
N'l'lsull
July 10���
Columhia
Deer Park,
Ruler.
Dewey���J. Brown, i, mi w of Lower
Arrow lake. adj. Eureka
Castle���W. Goswell, :l,
tonwood lake,  adj. Victoria
Sadie���J. P. OamerOU, e side of and
ti mi up 411 creek, formerly Garfield.
Miney���O. Stilling, et nl., s side of
Hall creek, formerly Minnie.
July ix���
Starlight���.1. W. Fell, P. J. Gleazer,
on Round mt., K, mi s of Vmir, formerly Alameda.
Nelson Slopi���.1. B, Thompson, on
Nelson slope, li'.j mi s e of Head of
Fifth south fork of Lemon crick.
Dewey���W. II. Hogan, OU w side of
ll fork of Salmon river, adj. Did Get
There.
Sampson���O. J. Ditter, on u side of
and (I mi UD Barrett creek, formerly
Mountain View.
Adirondack���J. Sjiellnian, ou s side
of aud 4,'o mi up Barrett creek, adj.
Clinton.
Tlioda���J. H. Graham, ;W. IO, Forrester, on Tennessee Mt., 2 mi w of
N. & P. S. Ry, adj. Tennessee.
Adolphe���A. Lapointe, on Granite
ereek, 11 mi s of Kootenay river, adj.
Sultana
Marble���J. M. Lamprey, J. Desirau,
on Boulder creek, 0 mi n of Summit
siding.
Sultaua���.J M. Lamprey, on n divide at head of Granite creek.
Crystal Marble���J- M. Lamprey and
J.    Desirau,    on   Boulder  creek,   adj.
Several Officers Retired���Changes iu
tho Various Commands,
Ottawa, July 22.���The, following
changes are announced iu the militia
general orders of today's issue:
Lieutenant Colonel Maunsell, officer
commanding tho Fredericton and Ottawa military districts, to be retired;
Lieutenant Colonel Smith, officer commanding the London military district,
to be retired; Lieutenant Colonel
Vidal, commanding the Kingston
military district, to be transferred to
tho command of the Fredericton district; Lieutenant Colonel Holmes,commanding the Winnipeg military dis-
trict, to be transferred to the command
of the London district.
The officer commanding the Royal
Canadian dragoons at Winnipeg, to
command Hie military distri"t* in addition to his present duties; Colonel
Gordon, commanding the Montreal
military district, to be inspector of infantry fur the eastern division, vice
Lieutenant Colonel Maunsell.
"Babcock" Fire Extinguishers
REDUCED PRICES.
6 GAL. SIZE $30. 3  GAL- SIZE $15.
Including Supply of Chemical Chargos
wilh each.
Dellvorod F. 0. H.w Portland, On:.
The Babcock is the recognized
standard, universally used in the
hire Department service. Each
tested to 300 pounds per inch;
working pressure 100 pounds per
inch. The Babcock has stood lhe
test oi" lime. Full line oi Lire Apparatus and   Department   Supplies.
A. Ci. LONG,
(71  uii St. Pi.i llunil, Ore.
ARCliBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. MFIME., Jl Min* Assoc Cornwall I
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Oiipoailc Phair Hotel,
NELSON, B.C. P. O. BOX 583.
Arc Saving Money every day
on their Hardware Bills bv
allowing us to figure with  them.
Get Our Prices Estimates Cheerfully Given.
ORE CARS, T   RAILS
nnd a!S MINE  SUPPLIES.
1* ~9,
!VI.      ���   21
s    .
Lawrence Hardware toy.
Kxlenclwl oxporlonco in Chllo nml German
South Africa. Assays iuul analysis of ores.
Reports and valuations on mineral proportlos
Underground survoylng and inino plans kept
up by contract.
CLOSING OUT SALE
HILLINERY   AT    COST.
For the next Thirty Days
. . . Also . . .
Flowers and  Hair Goods.
Room (I,   Turnei-Boecldi   blnck. En
trance Baker street.   Open from
8 a. in. tn 4.SO p. in.
M (fi
?VA
flop
bi
Civil Engineers, Provincial Lam! Surveyors,
Real Estate and (ieneral Agents, Tire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,   Etc...
FOR SALE ^^���xwn.m
Cnmcr Lot mi Vernon St.. with Building. 12 Lots in lllock
II!''   Cheap.   - 1.1 i.-- ('or. Josephine and Itobson.
FOR RENT  __^vvvwvw.'Wi.
2Lots .uul Dwelling near Cor Stanley St, nn Observatory
St,, 812 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St.,
$20 per nn mill.    House ainl 2 Luis. 11 oust nn st., ��15 mouth.
iill and see our full list of property for sale in   "Hume"
;md "A" Additions
Ten Lois in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain,
Gamble & O'ReiiSy, Agents.
Baker Street,  NKLSON,  B. C.
GENTS   #   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned, Pressed
nnd Dyed by lhe Nkw PboCKSS nt
Reasonable PHcgb,
STEVENS, Tuk Tailor,   _---?
Room il. Hillyer Hue, NELSON.
P. S.���Ladies Wool Dross Goods Sponged
before Making Up.
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL.
.Inlv 22.���At Syracuse���Syracuse I,
Wilkesharre 13.
A1 Boston���Boston s, St. Louis 2.
At Philadelphia���Philadelphia \2,
Chicago il. Second game���Philadelphia T, Chicago la.
At New York-New York ."1, Pifls-
burg 11.
At Washington���Washington 1, Cincinnati 5.
At Baltimore���Baltimore 7, Clove-
land 3.
At Brooklyn���Brooklyn ii, Louisville 7.
BY" SPECIAL KKQUEST....
The Sacred Cantata
"UNDEE THE   PALMS,"
will be presented in the
, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
-ON-
Wednesday Ev'g, July 27th.
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating \o British Columbia business
to bo addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson, >,
General  Manager !    nrn   /��a��i     ��-��
S. S. Fowler, E. M., ;   NELSON,   B.C.
Mining Engineer
THE CUBAN POSTS.
Washington, July 32,���The president
today issued a general order opening
postal communication between the
United States and the Santiago district.
SILVER GOING UP.
New York, July 22.���Bar silver,
69%, Mexican dollars, -4(1. Silver
certilicates, 59,>.< to 60^.
< lllllllll'IK T  II   P III.
Admission 115c.
Wall Paper,      Sporting Goods
���   Hammocks,   ���
Cameras, Kodaks,
Photographic Supplies.
���������������������-��
Thomson Stationery Co.
I.IMITKD (<122)
USTELSCXN"
Charles D. J. Christie
GENERAL BROKER.
Houses lo mil at* 811, SI."', and Sill).    I INSURANCE, UIUL liSTATE,
FOR SALE       ��� - M0NBV T0 L0AN'
Two Lots, garden ami fenced,  Victoria street, 1000. A   Ural-class  Stenographer,   Typi
A. 8 roomed Furnished   House,'well writer  aud   Accountant  always   on
finished, on fenced lot. $700, hand.
PABST
���    ���    9
��    ���    ���
The World's mosl rcnownei
BEER Wc have begun bottling
ihis famous Lager in Nelson and
arc able lo supply onr customer.1
without delay with this first clas
beverage.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
3HW. A. JOWETTj
MINING AND
^REAL ESTATE BROKER..
Victoria Street = NELSON, B. C

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