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 Daily Edition No   154.
Nelson, British Columbia. Saturday Morning, November 5, 1898.
Ninth Year
FALL IS HERE,
AND it suggests the need of new and seasonable Foot covering.       .....
We have been planning on this all through
the summer, and now show the handsomest
line of Footwear ever placed on display in
this city         ,
Our window will give you some idea of
what we are doing in this direction. We feel
that our line of shoes will appeal strongly to
the people of good taste who require the.
correct thing.        ......
We solicit a call and early inspection of
our  offering.
EXACT TEIBDTE
LILLIE BROS.
ABERDEEN BLOCK
IS ALWAYS BIGH
So Says Scroggie, of Scrog-
gie Oreek.
WORK UP TO THE DOME
He Says, and You'r Sure to Strike it���A
Montreal Man's Theory 0'
the l'lacoi'B.
Victoria, Nov. 4.���Tho stoamer City
of Senttle arrived from Alaska tbis afternoon. She had on board a vast
number of Kloudikers, miners from
points along the river from Atlin and
from Cook's Inlet, aud Copper river
district. There was, it* is estimated,
from 1100,000 toflfiO.000 in treasure
aboard. Purser Thordyke had from
$70,000 to *8C,000 in charge.
NewR in given by J. Griffith Stop-
hons, a mining man of Montreal, of
new fluds on Scroggie crepk a tributary ot the Stewart river aliout '^0
miles from its mouth. This strike hns
created excitement at Dawson and
caused a stampede from the Klondike
district. Mr. Stephens went in lust
year, with a party of Mon healers,
"headed by E. B. Scroggie, a Montreal
drygoods man, and was the discoverer
of gold in Scroggio creok, which be
found on August 28 last. Stephens
says that the manner iu which Scroggie creek was located was by simply
studying the country following np the
miueral indications to tho dome. "As
everyone knows," ho said, "when
there are great mountain ranges splitting the western portiou of the conti
nent, the Rookv mountain range, tlio
middle range and the coast range, it
is in the middle range tbat placer is
found. You can follow this range
from the Arctic ocean iuto South
America and find plncer gold. The
coast range is a quartz producer.
The Koyakuk, the Klondike, the Stewart , for a portion of tho distance, the
Coeur d'Alenes, the placers of California and of South America, are all
in the middle range anil just as soon
as the prospector works out too far towards the Rooky mountains range,
where thoy approach tho middle
range, just so sure does tho minor find
himself ont of tho miueral belt. That
is why so many men have found
nothing on the Stewart. They go up
the river for a hundred miles" or so,
and then follow np some stream towards tbe Klondike and liml nothing.
In the northern country all thn plaoer
comes from domes. At Duw.win all
the gold in that rogion comes from
the Bonanza dome."
Talking of his prospecting on tho
Stewart, he said as soon ns tho parly
reached there they found good indications, magnetic sand, mica, schist,
nnd followed the lead. Twenty eight
miles np the river, on the south side,
they oame to the creok which Mr.
Stephens named Scroggio creok. Following this creek for 20 miles thoy
found the Scroggio dome. Thoy put
down a hole nud took out an average
of $1 to the pau in coarse gold. Thoy
washed out quite a little and filod over
tho discovery and oame out. As soon
ns the news [got around, thero wns n
stampede to the country, and when
Mr. Stephens left there were 55 cabins
there and over 8850 poople will wintor
at the disoovery. While Mr. Sto-
phens was on his way in, he located
several good quartz claims an a copper
lodge about a mile and a half from the
Yukon, near Five Fingers. The one
ran an onuce and 80 cents in gold and
30 per cent copper. The N. A. T. T.
company have a group of claims near
by nud a force of 15 men at work.
BOILER  EXPLOSION.
Oil Oity, Penua., Nov. 4. ���By the
explosion of a new boiler at the Oil
Oity Boilor works today two men were
killed, two fatally injured and a dozen
more slightly hurt The killed nro:
Charles McCoskey, John Frawley,
fatally injured, B. J. Gidders, both
legs broken and injured internally;
Dennis McMahon, injured internally.
The cause of the explosion was a detective gnage.
THE PORTO RICO.
The Porto Rico group of six claims,
situated on Porto Rico mountain six
miles west of the siding of thnt name
on the Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway in the Ymir district is being
steadily developed, with satisfactory
results. The priucipal claim tho Porto
Rico, wns located in 189(1 by G. G.
Day and W. J. Maxwell In the
spriug of 1897, Mr. W. H. Corbould secured tho group and commenced development work. At Iho present time
the mine is develored by three tunnels
of nn aggregate length of 1050 feet.
The ore is free milling quartz carrying
iron pyrites and will concentrate about
10 to 1, with values that will average
about $40 por tou. Tho vein will average abont 22 inches in width and lies
in a porphyry formation.
The initio is equipped with a flvo
drill compressor, a 10-stamp mill wilh
a capacity of 80 tons per day and nu
aerial tramway, half a mile in length
from the mine to the mill.
GANS THE  WINNER.
New York, Nov. 4.���Joe Guns, the
negro boxer, of Baltimore, won a well
earned decision over Kid MePartlaud
of this oity, before the Lennox Athletic club here tonight. Although
he did not knock MePartlaud out,
gans outclassed his opponent throughout the entire fight, which lasted the
full limit of 25 rounds, and nt no time
did McPhartlaud get the better of his
dusky rival.
CANADIAN   BRIEFS.
Hews Gathered From All Parts ofthe Dominion and Given in Condensed
Form an Epitome of Events*
Lieut. -Governor Forget of the
North West Territories and Madame Forget are iu Ottawa, the guests
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier aud Lady Laurier
A bankers' clearing house has been
established at Victoria, all tbe banks
in tbo city being members thereof.
The returns for the week endiug Nov.
1, wero: Clearings, $700,558; balances,
$219,408.
Tbo railway telegraphers of the In
tercoloninl railway are demanding
more pay and Grand Master Powell of
the order is in Ottawa to lay the case
beforo tho government.
The Rov. Henry M. Haokett, late
principal of the church Missionary
Collogo in Allahabad, has been appointed head of the Dioceson Theological Collnge at   Montreal.
O. E.Gregory barrister of Antigouish,
is at Ottawa pleading for a commutation of tbe sentence of death
passed npon H. Davidson for  murder.
His Honor Judgo Spinks is holding
a sessiou of the County court at Rossland.
Tho application of the Manitoba
brunch of the Auoieut Order of
United Workinou for registry in Ontario has boon rofusod.
Lennox liberals havo re-nominated
B. E. Aylesworth as a candidate for
the Ontario provincial assembly nt the
approaching byo-oleotions.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier will not be able
to go to Washington to attend the sob-
ion of tho International oonfereuoe until Nov . 16. Sir Richard Cartwright
and Sir Louis Davies will represent
the Cnundiun government until the
arrival of tho premier,
Tho Ciiniulinn Pacific railway company is building in its shops at Perth,
Out., 100 box, 85 stook and 00 ore
cars. At Montreal two dining oars,
of olabornto and handsome design, 70
feet long with wide vestibules, are
nearly finished. The finishings, inside and out, will bo iu mahogany.
Fifty suburban cars 50 feet long are
also lining built in Montreal.    *
KILLED   HER ASSAILANT.
Muuico, lud., Nov. 4. ���This morn
ing John Bailey, a prominent farmer,
residing eight miles north of this city,
was shot to death by Mrs. Levina
Black, a neighbor. Ten dnys ngo
Mrs. Black hud Bailny arrestecUou u
chargo of criminal assault. Tho trial
resulted in acquittal. Since that time
Mrs. Blnck has been the butt of much
tulk. This preyed upon bor mind and
this morning's tragedy wus the result.
A FRIEND OF DREYFUS.
Right Under the Noses of
the Americans.
OFFENDERS IN CUSTODY
They Had Estalilishe 1 a Bebel Recruiting
Office and Court and Imposed Illegal
Finos on Chinamen-
San Francisco,, Nov. 4.���A speoial
despatch from Manila says: Tbe insurgents aro still collecting tribute
from the residents of Manila and it
seems almost impossible to cheok
ilium. Almost at the doors of the headquarters of the lst Colorado a rebel recruiting station and oourt were discovered. Fonr yonng natives who
wore drafted into the robel army refused to go and they were plaoed under arrest and an effort made to take
thera by force. Tho entire staff at the
rebel beadqunrters was arrested Jfor
abduction and it was then learned
that some preposterous fines had been
levied on  two  Chinese  by the court.
The rebel offlcors are ou trial before
Col. Chas. Hewett in the provost
court and will be severely   dealt with.
.     JOINT TRAFFIC ASS'N.
Destroyed   by   Judicial   Decision,   It
.    Will Be Wound Up.
Now York, Nov. 4.���The following
committee has beeu appointed to wind
up tbe affair of the Joint Traffic association : H. J. Haydou, representing
tho New York Central and affiliated
business; D. H. Gray, the Pennsylvania ;J George Randolph, the Baltimore nnd Ohio; George O. Ooohrane,
tne Eriel John Burton, the Grand
Trunk; H. O. Hicks, the Delaware
Lackawauna & Western; General Or-
land Smith, the Lehigh Valley; M.
Knight, the Wabash, and George
Olds, the Canadian Pacifio.
THE FLEETS IN CHINA SEAS.
Comparisons  of   tho   Strength of the
British and Russian Warships.
Admiral Sir Edward H. Seymour,
who is iu command of the British
fleet in Chinese waters, is a K. C.|B.
He knows the Rusians of old, having
served as midshipman on board the
Terrible during tbe Russian war in
the Black Sea in 1854. Sir Edward
has a similar acquaintance with the
Chinese. He was midshipman of the
Calcutta's launch when she waa sunk
at the destruction of the Chinese
flotilla in l-'atshan creek in 1857. He
served afterward as lieutenant through
the Chinese war. During the Egyptian war he was captain of the Iris.
He was promoted to rear-admiral in
892, and admiral superinteudeut of
naval reserves in 1894. In 1890 ho
commanded the C and D fleets nt the
naval manoeuvres, and slipped into
Lough Foyle during the night, thus
out-manoouver in the blocakding
fleet. Here is a list of tbe Birtish and
Russian fleets now in Chinese waters.
The figures give the tonnage:
BRITISH.
Battleships���
Victorious  14,900
Barfleur  10,500
Centurian  10,500
Armored Cruisers.���
Powerful  14,200
Iinniortalite  5,600
Narcissus  6,600
Undaunted  5,600
Unariuored Cruisers.���
Grafton  7,850
Edgar  7,850
Iphigenia  8,600
Pique
Rainbow	
Torpedo  Destroyers-
Handy	
Hart	
Foam	
Whiting	
Const Defence���
Wivoru	
3,600
8,600
245
265
266
265
2,750
Total     85,190
9,476
8,880
BRILLIANT GATHERING
Under the Entwined British
and Egyptian Flags.
THE GREAT MEN THERE
The Banquet Was Given in the Mansion
House, and the Most Distinguished
Mon in England Attended
London, Nov. 4.���The banquet given
to GeiiDial Kitchener at the Mansion
house this evening wns un exceptionally brilliaut affair. A trophy of British nnd Egyptian flags entwined had
been arranged above the Lord Mayor's
seat. The guests, who wore full dress
uuifonns, with ribbons and decorations, included tbe Duke of Oam-
bidge, the Marquis of Salisbnry and
the other cabinet ministers; Lords
Roberts, of Kandahar, Lord Strathcona and Monut Royal, Sir William
Vernon Harchort, Lord Rosebery,
Lord Wolseley,tbe commander in chief
of tbe forces, Lord Russell, of Killo-
weli, the lord chief justice ot England,
Lord Curzon, of Kedleston, tho newly
appointed viceroy of India, Sir Joseph
Lister, president of the Royal society,
the Duko of Marlborough, Mr. Henry
White, tho United States chargo
d'affaires, Bnrou Rothschild, Judge
Lambert Tree, formerly United States
minister to Russia and others of the
highest rank iu the British empire.
Iu all there were about 350 gu��sts present.
The Lord Mayor received his guest
in the grand salon. General Kitchener was attired in tbo uniform of a
major general of the British army,
with tbe ribbon of the Osmans order.
He wns grcetoi with tremendous
cheers from the assembled guests.
Tho banquet was appropriately served
in the Egyptian hall of tho Mansion
house. General Kitchener sat on the
right of the Lord Mayor and tho Duko
of Cambridge was seated on the right
of the Lord Mayor and the Duko of
Cambridge was seated on tho Lord
Mayor's loft. After the dinner proper
the lady mayoress and a num her of
other ladies wore accommodated with
seats in the gallery in order to enable
them to hear the speeches.
After the loving cup had been circulated, the Lord Mayor toasted the
Queen, the Prince of Wales aud the
Royal family, to which tho Duko of
Cambridge responded.
Lord Rosebery toasted thn army
and navy, paying a glowing tribute
to Lord Kitchener and his gallant
comrades and to Lord Cromer ond lhe
Egyptian and Soudanoso forces,
"whose brilliant campaign, just closed
is the most consumuinto in tho annals
of British military history for 8(1
years and far moro beneficial nud extended in its results than,perhaps, any
recorded in history." Tho campaign,
said Lord ROBebery, bad wiped out
the "bloodiest and most barbarous tyranny in the history of mankind. " Hn
concluded by expressing the opinion
that Great Britain had "a right to
expect from the nations whoso territory bordered ou the Dervish territory
not ill feeling and jealousy, but the
fullest measure of gratitude. "
Admiral Sir Nowell Salmon the
first nnd principal naval aide-de-camp
to the Queen, responded for the navy,
and the Secretary of State for War
Lord Landsdowno, for tho army.
Thore was a foeiing of expectancy
throughout the spooches and everything that could be construed as au
allusion to wnr was jumped at by the
assembly with prolonged cheers. When
Sir   Nowell   Salmon   alluded    to   the
preparedness of tho navy,'" and
Lord LandBdowno to tho "readiness
ofthe army," thero were prolonged
cheers.
The nssombly greeted tho rising of
tho Murquis of Salisbury to toast the
Sirdar with norvous silence, ns it had
boon whispered thnt ho had an important and gravo statement tn make.
His statement was important, but it
was pacific as ho announced a settlement of the chief difficulty with
France.    The  premier  said  in   part:
No    one can  wonder  at  the  vast
enthusiasm   by   which   the   career  of
the great soldier has been reoeived, especially when we  consider the strange
dramatic interest of tho circumstances
and conditions amid which his laurels
wero won by the   Sirdar.    Besides being a splendid   soldier,     he is  also   a:
splendid   diplomatist.     It  must   have I
required   unusual   talents  successfully *
to carry   out   the   delicate mission   up
the Nilo   which   conducted   him   into
the    presonco   of   Major    Miirchnnil.
circumstances, that to persist in an
occupation whioh would only cost
thom money and do harm, merely because some bud advisers thought it
might bo disagreeable to an unwelcome neighbor, would not show the
wisdom with which, as I think, the I
French republic has beeu uniformly
guided.
"They have done what I bclievo
every government would have done
in the same position, resolved that the
occupation must cease (cheers). I
must not be understood as saying that
all causes of coutroversy are removed.
That is not so. Doubtless tbere will
be many discussions hetween us ; but a
somewhat acute and somewhat dangerous cause of difference has been
removed."
General Kitchener's reply, wliich
was modest and not important, gave
unstinted praise to the British, Egyptian and Soudanese troops. The Sirdar
said he wonld indeed have been an incapable leader if he had failed of victory with such soldiers. He gave some
details as to the expenses of the expedition, dwelling with pride upou the
cheapness, aud, in summing up the
"assets that remain," referred to 600
miles of railway, gunboats, a flotilla
of sailing craft, and, after a pause, the
Soudan.    (Laughter   aud Applause).
A striking feature of the scene was
the presenco of u number of young officers of the Guards, Life Guards and
21st Lancers, who bad served with the
Sirdar. Several of them wore wounded
and walked with crutches or with
their arms in slings.
GOES DOWN AT SEA
A RAILWAY WAR.
Groat  Transcontinental  Highways to
Fight for Southern B. C. Trade.
The officials of the Canndaii Pacifi
railway will soon havo one of the biggest fights of their existence on thoir
hands, and it is understood that at
this early date steps are being taken to
get things in shape for the hattie
which is r'liiii to begin with the American railroad interests, beaded by the
Groat Northern railway, over an entrance into Southern British Columbia, to compete with the Canadian Pacific railway. Tho American roads
profess to know that the O. P. R.
authorities fear the outcome of the
fight on aooount of tho vast amount of
capital which is said to be behind the
move on the part of the Great Northern. At. Ottawa it will be the Corbin
fight of last sossiou over agaiu, only on
a  much larger scale.
The C. P. R. came out successful
last session after a hard fought battle
and since that timo the Corbin interests havo passed into tho hands ot the
Grent Northern, and that thev nre prepared *c anv on tho business where
Mr. Martin left off is now well known
in railway circles. At the present
time representatives of the Great
Northern, are suid to be at work in
Canada paving the way for tbo introduction of a measure at the next ses-
ion of tho Canadian houso seeking legislative approval for the construction
of a lino into southern British Columbia from tho United States.
Tbo coining struggle will be all the
mora interesting oil account of the fact
that all the Americau roads which
have beeu lighting against tho C. P.
K. iu tlie passenger and height rate
lights, are allied with the Great Northern; in this matter, and it is said
would he very glad to get in a blow nt
tlieir most feared rival.
At thn recent dinner given in liis
honor at Winnipeg, while he was ou
his annual tour of Inspection Sir William \ an Homo,   president   of the (!.
1'.   R.    foreshadowed    tho    coming
Klri'ggln when he staled that the Gnat
Northern   people   would   be   probably
found at Ottawa at tha next session of
parliament seeking legislation to gel a
line into British Columbia to cm Into
the trade of tha^region,   Sir William
dei'lareit lhat it would hn a shame if
Canadians did not gel all the trade
resulting from the Canadian Puoillc
road, as it had boon built largely wilh
puhlie subsidies.
iX Spokane paper in lhat   connection
aiiiiiiiiiiies that "The Great Northern
making reiuly   for a great   struggle
with   the   <'iniiulihii   l'ai'ille   railway.
Tim traffic of British  Columbia  is in
be lhe price iif hallle. Hack of the
('.  P, Kl  will be ils pnwerliil agents ill
the Dominlou government! hack of ihe
Great Northern will hn all the great
Amerioan railways which illl hope to
Share ill lhe gains mice lhe grip of tlm
,.,.i,.,,. "
Canadian dotopus
Heal Star
is  broken,,T���Mon-
BONOS ROLL,
Nelson
one, in
month
olier.
Paris, Nov. 4.���The minister of
wnr, M. Defroyciuot, hns signed a decree removing General Keuonard from
the hoad of the general stuff and appointing him to tho command of the
11th nrmy crops at Nantes. It is
suggested that the minister's notion
was duo to Gon. Ronuourd's attitude
ip regard to tho secret dooumtnts in
tlie Dreyfus caso. General Branlt has
been appointed to succeed Qeneral
Renouard.
RUSSIAN
Battleships.���
Navarin	
Cissol Veliki	
Armoured Cruisers.���
Vladimir Monomach       5,754
Ad.    Navchimoff       7,782
Diuiitri Donskoi       5,898 J -        ,     ,     ,      -
Pnmyat.  Azova       0,000 ' The Sirdar has lately expressed the hope
Bossla      12,180  that the difficulties   arising   from   the
liiirik  10,028 j presence   of   Major  Marchand mny be
Ilnnrn'inred Cruisers ��� within tho power  of diplomacy to ad-
Ad   Kor n Ho ff r, 000 ' Ju8t-    X  '""   ��la(1   to say that up to a
Ad. liorniion      ��'uuu pertain   point ho has   provoda    lino
Armored Gunboats.��� Iprophot..    This afternoon  I    received
Gromiustchy  1,600 , from Ymmh ambassador tho   informa-
Otvazuy  . 1,5001 tiou    that    the  French   government
Destroyers.��� - have come to the conclusion   that   the
Two  480 i occupation  of Fashoda is  of  no  sort
  of value.    (Prolonged    laughtor   and
Total  75,818' cheers.) And that they thought, in tho
The following pupils   of tin
Public   Scliool   allained rank
their respective olaSSeS fnr   lliu
ending October 81.
Division IV���
Primer C���Loon MoOaudlisli,
Primer I'l���.Jennie ('iirrv.
Primer A���A. Raymond Bard
MRS, XV. PKAHI'Y, Tea
Division 111���
Primer II���(lenrgie Gore.
Primer  A���-Charlotte   Clayton ami
Milton MoOandllsh, equal.
Junior II���A mv Swannell.
MISS NORA ll'UKIU.Y.
Division II���
Senior Pari  II���Harriet Smith.
Junior III -Pearl MoAlmon,
Senior [II���PaullllO Anniible.
Miss N. DELMAGB,
Division I���
Senior II��� BSrnesI Steel,
Senior IV���Hattie Mellette,
Senior V ���Anna Mi'Donalil.
,1. IKISTI.KV SHADY. II   A.,
Principal.
Ililr.irnlii. I. nl    H,|i"ll
Fire Drives the Ship Company Overboard-
EXPLOSIVES ON BOARD
A Passing 8chooner Stands by and 'Aids in
Kescuing the Drew and Passengers.
Lives Lost.
Vineyard Haven, Mass., Nov. 4.���
Captain Halo and a number of the
crow and passeugors of the Clyde
steamer Cretan, New York for Wilmington, North Carolina, aud Georgetown, South Carolina, arrived here
this afternoon, reporting that the
steamer was burned und sunk off Cape
Charles, November 1. Five persons were drowned. The steamer
carried a general cargo. Tho names
of tho lost are: Second Assistant
Engineer McCarthy, of Nova Scotia';"
Steward James Curtis, of Jersey City;
passengers, Mrs. James Curtis, wife
of the steward audJennie Willard, colored of Wilmington,
DETAILS OF   THE DISASTER.
Vineyard Haven, Mass., Nov. 4.���
Tho Cretan wns hut 20 hours from
New York ou her way to Wilmiugtou
and going at a good rate of speed with
a smooth sea and calm weather when,
at 3 p. m. ,*a fireman came hurriedly
on deck and reported that tho ship was
on fire. A general alarm was given
and an effort made to lower the boats,
but the Are spread with such rapidity
that all efforts to reach them were
unavailing. In less than 10 minutes
after the lire was reported the ship
was eoi" 'ictel. ai'^tb'gt", in flames
fr: :::���::���'. ,o *eru. ��� Shr-rrly aftor rhn
fire was discovered au explosion took
place in tho cargo wliich blew off
tho after hatches. A second explosion
followed a few minutes later, aud the
ship was then a mass of flames. It
was at this time that Captain Hale,
seeing that to remain on the vessel
meant sure death, gavo orders for all
hands to jump ovorboard and save
themselves tho best way they could.
The captain was the last* mau to leave
the ship, remaining on deck with his
lirst oilier until Ihey were completely
enveloped in flames and tlio vessel hnd
commenceed to sink. There seemed
to he no panic on board and men and
women after lashing ou thoir life preservers leaped into tho water. Some
of the passengers had their faces
scorched and ninny bad their clothing
on lire when they jumped into the sea.
The captain and first officer succeeded iu securing a yawl boat wihch had
been damaged in lowering, nnd by
hard work rescued eight persons from
tho water. Tho burning ship was
sighted by tho four masted schooner
Alice Clark, of Portland, -which lay
becalmed six miles off, and hor captain sent u boat crew to aid in the
work of rescue. They succeeded in
saving 12 persons, many of whom bad
been all Hour or more in the wator
and had become nearly exhausted.
Tliey were taken on hoard tho Clark
and given every possiblo attention.
No explosives wero known to bo among
lliu ships eiirgo and tho origin of fire
is a mystery to   her officers and crow.
AFFAIRS IN FRANCE.
Dupuy Bays Tbat Light Will be Thrown
on tbo Dreyfus Oose Before
Vory Long.
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Paris,Nov. 4.���In the chamber of deputies, M. Miran, socialist opened ajdis-
oussion upon the genoral policy of the
government* Ho complained of the
ixoosslvo measures taken during the
sd ike, of the reactionary tendency in
the army and of the dismissal of Pro-
lessor lireyfus, a university  professor.
M. Dupuy replied that the government did uni Intend to introduce now
laws, as those already existing
ullli ed lo giiarantuu order ami protect
the army, As to tho Dreyfus case,
!tlm premier added, light will be
I brown iiiinn it tht, day the court ron-
deis   ils   decision, which will bo   eu-
loiied by tlm government, Tho chamber approved tlm ministerial declaration by a vole of 42!) to 64. The minister of liiiaiien M. Paytrnl introduced
the budget) and lhe iiiiniHter^of.fnroign
affairs replying in demands ior discussion of the Fashoda question, said ho
was unable to llx a dale for It in viow
of the interests ho had to safeguard;
ibut, iiiii minister added, he hoped to
| arrange an early dale for its discussion. .
The minister of justice, H. Lebrot.
replying lo a motion providing that all
revision cases bo submitted to the
whol" court of cassation instead of to
particular departments, said it was
Impossible to alter the procedure already started in tho Dreyfus case.
The house then ndjourneil. THE MINER, SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 5, 1898.
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PROPER BUILDINGS NEEDED.
It is hoped that the Nelson Board of
Trade will, at its regular meeting, decide upon strong representations to the
government as to the great need there
is in this city for government buildings commodious enough to meet tbe
ever-increasing reciuirenients of the
place. Tho member for the riding
should loug ago lmvOj taken action to
have such buildings provided, but evidently Mr. Bostock has not that regard for tbo needs of the principal city
in his constituency that he should
have. He seldom comes hero and has
oreated the impression that ho avoids
the place. Of course, this is a mis
taken idea, for Mr. Bostock has many
duties to call him elsewhere. The
fact remains, however, that ho has
done nothing towards meeting the
wishes of the people of Nelson in regard to public buildings. We would
advise tho Board of Trade to send their
requests directly to Hon. Mr. Tarte,
minister of the department of public
works. Mr. Tarte is a gentleman who
interests himself in all puhlie needs
within the province of his department
and can he depended upon tn pive all
such matters immediate attention,
The government lias been called upou
to spend very little money in this city,
aud it can not refuse to provide the
buildings desired. Milch less import-
nut places than this secure government
offices sucb as they need without trouble, and Nelson should have no difficulty in th.i* direction, A custom
house, iutoi'uid ruveuue office and a
postoffice are wanted. It is for the
government In say whether these
should bo under one roof. If tho government consulted future needs it
would erect a post office that would bo
commodious enough tn serve this rapidly growiii!,' eity for many years to
come, and it would provide a separate
building for a custom house and internal revonne ollice.
LEAD PRODUCTS.
Hon. Joseph Martin is satisfied
that silver-lead and lead products will
be commodities whieh will bo taken
into consideration in a reciprocity
treaty, if one be entered into between
the United States and Canada. It is
also understood thai if no treaty be arrived nt that the Dominion government, in order to give British Columbia tho protection it is entitled under
the present protective policy of tho government,will increase the import duties
on lead products, or place thein the
samo as those which apply on silvor lend
nnd lead products entering the United
Stntes. This is one of the alternatives
proposed hy Mr. Hugh Sutherland
which should lm adopted if the loud
producers of this province are to receive fair treatment. It is understood
that the government is in full possession of the facts bearing on the matter und that the suhjeet has already
beon before the Quobeo conference
for consideration. At the present time
tbo producers of silver-lead nnd lead
iires|iii this province labor under great
disabilities which seriously affect the
profits which should ho theirs. If the
remedy layin their own hands it would
be very easy to apply it, but it does
not. It is a question of legislation
and evory ono knows that tho Canadian government has hesitated to adopt
auy policy which could bo construed
into retaliation or exclusion. Such aro
contrary to British ethics in tho administration of publio affairs. If our
American friends would sro lhat it
would not put thom at a disadvantage
but would ensure them larger trade,
tbey would amend the customs duties
npplying to silver-lead and lead ore,
but unfortunatoly the government at
Washington is constrained to consider
publio opinion in the western inining
stntes, and that; opinion is decidedly
against what nro called "concessions
to Canada." Tio time will come when
these duties will bo found to have been
a great mistake, inasmuch as tliey
drove Canadians to look around for re-
liof, with tbo result that they devised
means to retain m their own country
the profits accruing fnnn the treatment
of oro, whicli profits formerly went to
Americau smelters.
OPERA   HOUSE  WOULD PAY.
Nelson promises to become quite a
placo for theatricals, wbat is known
to the profession as "a good show
town." For the past week an excellent dramatic company, has filled the
rink nightly with fashionable audiences, and notwithstanding many
drawbacks in the shape of lack of accommodation, havo given most creditable performances. The company
will stay another week and two other
companies discovering that Nelson patronizes amusements liberally are anxious to come in and share in the honors and the rewards of effort. Tho
groat lack at tho present time is a
theatre or building which, whilo serving the purposes of an opera bouse as
required, could also be utilized for social and other gatherings. Por|waiit of
a more suitable place tho rink has boon
made to serve, and tbo owuor of that
placo has done all in his power to
moot requirements. But tho building
is illy adapted for dramatic entertainments and will shortly, the winter he-
ing at band, revert to tbo purpose
for which it is intended.
We are glad to say tbat plans are in
preparation for an opera house on Viotoria street, in a central position and
easily reached from all parts of the
city. The citizens should lend this
enterprise every assistance iu their
power and encourage it in every way.
The more substantial the character
of the building the better for tbe owners aud the more creditable to the city.
With Buch a building available we
shall have first-class companies, and in
a city so devoid of amusement as this,
thoy will be certain of audiences that
will be as encouraging as they will be
profitable.
COMMUNICATIONS.
MUSIC IN NELSON.
To the Editor of The Miner.
Sir:���Winter will soon be with us
aud the Kootenay winter is perhaps a
little trying to the patience of most of
us. Certain it is that the endless resources for amusement which in the
summer this country affords are considerably curtailed in the winter. That
beiug so it behooves us all for the
good of tbe community to do whar
we can in the way of affording some
form of recreation during the coming
winter. I think I may safely say-
that, to a great number of our citizens
good music is exceedingly attractive.
We have any amount of musical talent
in Ne.sou which is far above the average considering the size of the town,
aud only requires a certain amount of
organization aud a little amount of individual application hy the fortunate
possessors of that talent in order to
produco excellent music. Under theso
circumstances some of us havo mau
aged to meet together informally, aud
individually help each other to practice and to organize one or two good
concerts for the coming winter. (By
the way there is plenty of room for
recruits.)
Tho want of a proper building for
concerts is sadly felt, a want which I
trust will shortly be supplied; still
under the circumstances we intend to
do the best we can witb the menus at
our disposal. The Indies of the National Council of Woman bavo requested ub to give a concert uuder their auspices ou Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24,
Tho Presbyterian ehureh has been
kindly leut for that purpose. The pro-
coeds of the concert are lo bo divided
equally betweeu the Kootenay Luke
t Ieneral hospital and tho proposod free
library. A special feature of ibis concert will be the debut iu Nelsou of
Mrs. Melville Parry who posseses a
beautiful and perfectly trained Boprano
voice which has earned for her a well
deserved reputation in Winnipeg and
elsewhere. Mrs. Melville Parry has
generously offered her services for
those deserving institutions nud it remains for the public to show their appreciation of her goodness by insuring
us a full house for this��couccrt
A choir of ladies and gentlemen and
a small orchestra havo boen practicing zealously for somo time past in
the hope of being ablo to perform the
music which they have undertaken for
this event as perfectly as their musical
attainments will permit. It must be
remembered that uo little self denial
has to be exercised by ladies who have
household duties to attend to nnd men
who hnve their daily work to occupy
them in order to give threo and sometimes four evenings a week to practice
and for tlieir sakes to I do most sincerely hopo that they will have tho
hearty support nnd material co-operation of tlieir fellow citizens. Pull particulars as to seats, programme, etc,
of   this   concort   will shortly   appear.
It is also proposod to render on
Christmas Eve, during the service in
the now English church, portions of
tlio Messiah and   Old English   Carols.
Also in Leut of the eusuing year we
intend to give an   Oratorio.    Wo  also
propose   to   give   popular concerts ou
the   first   Sunday     of   every   month.
Theso concerts, whicli   will coinniouco
at i! :'10   in   the  afternoon,   will  last
i about an hour nud a   quarter and will
I consist of sacred and   classical   music,
I both   vocal    and    instrumental.    No
chargo will be made for admission but
collections may scmetimes bo made for
i the expenses of tho music and for such
| charitable and   public   institutions   ns
may at auy   time   require   assistance.
Hero     again   the   want   of a   proper
I building handicaps us.    Tho  first free
Sunday concert will be held on Decern-
ber 4, and unless a  suitable   building
I can   be obtained, I can  only offer my
house.    I could seat 70 pooplo and   the
' acoustic properties of tho room uro not
first class, still, unfortunately,   I   can
think  of no other placo.   It must bo
distinctly understood   that  wherever,
the concerts are held thoy will bo   absolutely free to   uny ono.   However,
to avoid any  overcrowding   or   disap-
i poiiitiiient. tickets will bo   issued   for
; every available seat] aud  anyono  who
requires a ticket has only to   apply   to
me for the same.   Tbo tickets will  be
allotted iii the   order   in   which   they
lire applied for, and my   own more in*
j timalo friends must forgive me ii I ap-
' yiiy severely the maxim of "first come
first served,' 'for it wou'.d be obviously
unfair to do otherwise.
A programme of the musio will appear in The Miner ou the Saturday
immediately preceding the Sunduy on
which the concert is to be held. Yours
faithfully,
W. BROUGHAM.
LABOR IN SLOCAN.
To the Editor of The Miner:
Sir:���In your issue of Ihe 2ud inst.,
is an article] entitled "A Labor Pa,-
mino" in which R fi. Kerr of Now-
Denver says that every available man
is employed in tho niiues, carpenters
are not to he had. and it is difficult to
get men to cut wood, even at 111 per
day, in Sandon almost impossible,"
etc. In justice to men looking for
wurk I take the liberty to contradict
this statement. Men iu every instance are more available thnn work.
When one considers that cutting cord-
wood, especially at the mines means
working in sleet and snow almost continually at this particular season, they
eau readily see tho reason why it is
difficult to get meu for that kind of
work. Right now there aro over twenty
idle men in Silverton who nre willing
to work nt anything and there are men
coining iu from Sandon every day
who tell tho samo story���No work
thero.
With all respect to Mr. Kerr I must
sav that his statement is entirely misleading. Tho conditions described by
Mr. Kerr did exist a few weoks ago
but now that the snow is aeuding
prospectors iu from the bills the reverse is true.    Yours truly,
TRUTHSEEKER.
Silverton, Nov.    3.
STEAMER ASHORE.
London, Not. 4.���The British
steamer Manchester City, from Shields
for Montreal, previously reported as
having a disabled rudder, etc., awaiting to be towed to the Tyne, is ashore
on the sands at Nigg Bav, in Croinartv
Firth.
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Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low
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Prepaid passages arranged from all points
Apply to GEO.   S.   BHBH,    City   Tickei
Agent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM STITU
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| ^ARTHUR R. 5HERW00D... ��
Zs. Real Estate and Insurance Agent. 3
| FOR RENT |
Zy.       Kour Roomc.l "House on Observatory St.    $15 per month.        SS
W- Kight roomed furnished house, Observatory St. -^
% The Birkbeok Investment,  Security i
3
^   advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayable in 5 and    --%
^z 8 years by monthly instalments. 3
I ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD, AG'T. %
fliUmmimiMmmmmmimmimmmi
and Savings Co.
LUCY MINERAL CLAIM
SlTUATK IN TUB OlIAT  HlVlill   MlNINCl  1IIVIS
ion ok West Kootenay District.���
Where Looatbdi���On White Qnoosu
Mountain.
OUR STOCK
is now complete and as
large as any
TWO IN NELSON
Kindly bear in mind
... our ...
�� Store Closes at 8 O'clock ��
every evening except Saturday.
���>o��>o<.>o-i>o��>o.*.e<��o<��c<"������.
Have you
tried . .
Wheatine ��
he new ....
Breakfast Cereal.
M. Des Brisay & Co., iNelson.
ABERDEEN  BLOCK.
PETER GENELLE ft   CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
esesesesssss
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regulat
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.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
flumps supplied on shortest notice nnd Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh mid wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock.
Markets at Nelson nnd Ymir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
p. burns & co.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan Gity.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
lieer and Porter.
Drop  in   nml see   us.
NELSON.
B. C
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
lAIHM. MFIME., M Min. Assoo. Oom��ail)
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
TAKE NOTICE tlmt Ii Jos. Hunilinrtl, Frcu
Minor's *norllilcnto No. IB-IIIIA. aqtlntf as agent
for ininolf mill Goo. Nmvol Free Miner ll Certificate Nn. 23115a. .IohciiIi Pollior No. 2lli2*iA,
Inlond slxiy davs from the date hereof, lo up- NELSON, B.C.
ply to tho Mining Recorder for n Ccrllilciilo of
Improvements for thopurpoM of oblalning u
Crown Grant* of tlio nliovo ('Inlin.
A ini further tuko notico thnt luillnn, under
section!!", must bo commenced boforo tba issuance of such Certiiicato of Improvements.
JOSEPH BLA.S'CHAIID.
Dated this 5th day of Novombor, 1898.
Opposite Phulr Hotel,
P. O. BOX 583.
Extouded experience in Chile nnd Gorman
Bouth Africa. Assays and analysts of ores.
Reports and valuations on mlnoral properties
Underground survoying and mino plana kept
up by contract.
C. W. WEST & CO.
will fill  no  orders  for Wood
Coal or Lime unlesi
CASH
accompanies order. All accounts of over thirty days standing- will be put into the hands
of a collector.
NOTICE.
Until further not (oa no puHBtmKers will be
carried over tho lino uf llie Crowrn NeAt Pass
railway between Kupkonook Hnd Cranbrook.
11Y ORDER.
MINES EXAMINED
AND nErOBTBD ON BY
F. M. CHADBOURN
Twenty years* experience ln mining.
Thorough  knowledge of mines of British
Columbia.   Termy Refusonable.
718 NELSON, B. O.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTORY.
Uovernor-Oeneral ��� Karlnf Aberdeen
Premier - - Sir V\ Mfrid Laurier
Member House of Common?, Dominion Parliament. WesttCooienay        Hewitt BoAtook
Dep Col, Inland Revenue F VV Swannell
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lleut.-Governor - Hon T R Mclnnes
Premier - Hon Chas Semlin
Attorney-General - Hon Joseph Martin
MiniHterof Finance Hon F C Cotton
Minister Mines and Education Hon J F Hume
Pres Executive Council Hon Dr McKechnio
Member LegiElativo Assembly tnr Nelson Riding - Hon .1 F Hume
NELSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,
Mayor ��� ��� John Houston
Aldermen-Chas Hillyer. W F Tt-etrel, J A
Gilker, J J Malone, E 1�� V\ hafioy, Thos Madden.
City Clerk J K strachan
Police MairNtrate E A Cren-e
Chief of Police . A   F McKlnnon
Chief of Firo Department . W J Thompson
Auditor ��� John Hmuilion
Water Commissioner - T M Ward
Health Officer ��� ��� Dr. LnHtui
City Engineer - A. L, M'Cullooh
City council moet�� every Mondav, 3 p..u��� at
eity hall, oor Victoria and Josephine st
school TRUSTERS.
Dr. E C Arthur. Dr. GAB Hall. Goo John-
stone.   Principal���J.   Hoslloy   Soady. B. A.
SOUTH KOOTENAY BOARD OF TRADE.
President J Roderick Hobertson,
Vice-President - James Lnwrenco.
Seey-TroflH. - John A Turner.
KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL
President John A. Turner
Vice-I'res. W, A. Jowett.
Secretary F. W. Swannell
Treas. - J A Forin
Medical S'tpt,. . Dr. G. A BHall
PROVINCIAL JAIL DIRECTORY.
Warden Capt, N. Fitwtubbs
First Jailer R. Liddell
Second Jailer Geo. Partridge
Third Jailer - John McLaren
Senior Guard R Inct*
Surgeon - Dr. Symonds
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Government Inspector of Agencies VV J Goepel
Gold Commissioner - O. G. Dennis
Mining Recorder-Tax Col R F Tolmie
Collector of CuHtoras        - Goo. Johnstone
Provincial Assessor John Keen
Countv Court Judgo J A Forin
Registrar E T II Simpkins
Inupcf'tor of Schools - William Burns
INFANT  SCHOOL
Corner Ward and Nlllcn His,
MRS. NICKERSON
Closo
8.00 p.m
8.30 a.m.|
i.i Hi p.m
fi.00 p.m
NELSON POST OFFICE
United States, Ontario,Que
beoand Eastern Provinces
Points on N. & F. 8. line,'
Victoria and Rossland.
INew Denver, Sandon and
[slocan Lake PointB. [
.Kaslo and Kootenay Lake
Points
Rossland, Trnil, Nakusp.
Hobson, points on main line]
C. P. R.. Vancouvor and,
Winnipeg	
Due
5.15 p.m.
2.30 p.m.
7.46 a.m.
7.00 a.m,
oVfick hours.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; General
Delivery, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Registration. 8.3U
a.m. to 7p.m.; Monoy Orders and Savings Bank
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday 1 honr (10 to 11 a.m).
J. A. GILKER. Postmaster
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
CHUROH ok Enqlanh���Matin 11 a,m.; Even
Song. 7 ' 0 p m. every Sunday. Holy Communion nn 1st and 3rd Sundays in Iho month after
Matins: on 2nd nnd 4th Sumlnys, nt 8 a.m.
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Rev. H. S. Ake
hurst. Rect'T.   Cor Ward and Silica streets.
Prkkb\tk.kian Ciiuitcii���Sorvicosat 11 a.m.
and 7.90 p in. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer mooting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Christian Endeavor Society meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. II. Frow,
Pastor.
Methodist Cnuncn���Corner Silica and
Josephine Streets.   Services at 11 a.m. and 7,30
fi. m. ; Sabbath School, 2.30p.m.; Prayer meet*
ngon Friday ovening at 8 o'clock: Epworth
League O. E��� Tuesday at 8 a.m. 'Rev. John
Itnhsou, Pastor.
Catholic Church���Mass at Nelson, flrst
nud third Sunday at Sand 10.00a.m.; Bonedic-
tion nt 7 30 to 8 p.m. Rev. Father Ferland
Priest,
Baptist Church ��� Services morning and
evening at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.; Meetings
are held in the school house. Strangers coral-
ally welcomed.   Rev. Q. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Army���Services every evening
at 8 o'clock in barracks on Victoria street,
Adlutant MUlner in charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
KLSON LODGE, No. 23. A. Y.ScA.
M. ineelH second Wednesday tn eaoh
month.   Visiting brethren Invited.
O. L. Lennox. Sooretary.
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodgo
No. 16, meets overy Monday night,
at   thoii   Hall,  Kootonay st-^ol.
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally invited.
A. fit, Cleniont.1, N. G.      Fred J Squires, Secy
_����� NELSON   LODGE No  25, K. of P.,
iwWYhnii-.ots in Cnstlo hall, MoDonald blook
��t3C45r!Vor>' necond and fourth Tuesday ���/en-
ling at 8 o'clock.   All visiting I nljhts
cordially invited,
R. G. Joy, C. C.
(ieii. lloss K. of 11.andS.
NELSON  LODGK.   I. O. G. T.     Meets in
CiiKtle Hall,  MoDonald Block, every Monday
rvening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars cordially invited, John Telford,
Chief Templar.
J. F. Jacobeon  Sec'y
NELSONS   QUEEN   NO.   241
SONS     OF    ENGLAND,  meet
second and fourth Wednesday
each month at K. of P. Hall, Mao
Donald Block,   cor. Vernon   and
_.       Josephine Htroets.   Visiting breth
pen cordially invited.
Chas. H. Fabbow,
Secretary.
COURT KOOTENAY. I .O.F., NO. 8188 meet*
lul and 3rd Wednesday in each month in the
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. 8. O. R.; J R
Green.U.K.: J. Kurkiss.Secy.
NKLSON LODGK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meet
every Thursday in the I.O.O.F. hall. G C
Williams, M.W.: W 8 Smith, Reo.-Seo.; J. J,
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver and
P. M. W.
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1682 meets in the Mo
Donald block overy Thursday evaning at 8
o'clock. Visiting members cordially invited
John Toye W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.8.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'y.
Nelson  dt Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail route without change
of oan between Nelson and Bossland and
Spokane and Eossland.
(DAILY)
Leave ��.23 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p.m
"   12:05 "  EOSSL'D   "  11:20  "
"   8.30 a.m. SPOKANE   "   3.10 p-m
Train tbat leaves Nelson at 6:20 a.m
makes close oonnectious at Spokane (oi
all Paoifio Coast Points.
Passengers for Kettle River nnd Boundary Greek, connect at Marcus with Stage
Daily.
O. G. DIXON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACKABURY,
Agent.Nelson, B. C. THE MINER  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1898.
MOST KEEP TBE LAW
The Government Will Stand
No Nonsense.
GIVEN A FAIR WARNING
General Hallowes, Acting Governor, Denounces the Eecent Disturbances'
Lawlessness Not Tolerable.
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 4.���General Hallowes, the acting governor, arrived in the Maroou district yesterday,
where he covened a public meeting
ond denounced tlio recent disturbances
with soldierly directness nnd determination. He made a speech of 800
words, bnt each sentence was pregnant
with indignant reprimand and warning. He said that ho wished overy
one to understand that he did not
blame the Maroons for the recent occurences so. much as he blamed that
lawless pnrt of the community, which
by meetings, money contributions and
other means, encouraged a serious
breach of tho Ifrws. Continuing, the
general said he would warn these
persons that they were well known by
name and action lo the government,
adding that the law must bo maintained and thnt he intended to maintain it with the utmost vii>or. The
general then dealt with the land question, which was the root of the recent
troublos, promising ameliorating legis
lation and pledging the government
to do justice in the matter. The
visit of General Hallowes to the
Maroon district has produced an excellent effect, seemingly completely appeasing the feelings of discontent
which existed among the   Maroons.
OMENIOA   PLACERS.
The Famous Tom Creek Sold to   English   Capitalists.
Tom creek, the famous placer stream
of the Omenioa oountry. has been sold
to an English syndicate for the sum
of $20,000. This interesting piece of
mining news wns brought down from
the north by the steamer Queen City,
which has unexpectedly arrived in
port. The news possibly means mnch
for a country, which while known to
be very rich in thc precious metal, requires considerable  capital to dovolop.
Tom creek lias an interesting history.
Years ago it was a famous stream for
the men of the pan and the rocker
that adventurously penetrated au almost unknown laud in smirch of gold.
Some very large nuggetB were found,
and a stampede to the creek and the
surrounding couutry took place.
Small fortunes were taken out, and
it was thought for a time thnt Cariboo
had been eclipsed. The diggings,
however, appear to be worked out, and
were almost abandoned A few yenrs
ago, however, Jas. D. Wells, of Oinen-
ica, mining recorder; Colonel Black,
of Viotoria, and several other gentlemen believing that the creok could be
worked well with machinery, secured
nearly all the claims on it. While
doing a little development work, they
have simply held the claims, with a
vew to selling them. Mr. Wells
was in Victoria last fall with this object in view but did uot put a deal he
had on through. For several months
past negotiations have been going on
with the representative of nu English
syndicate in regard to the properties,
and the deal hns at last put through.
It is said that it is the intention of
the company to take expeusive mining machinery into the creek and woik
it for all it is worth. He believes that
it will prove a profitable investment.
Should Tom creok turn out rich,
much attention will be attracted to
Omenioa, which while known to be a
rich country has been passed over by
capitalists.
THE SILVER MARKET.
New York, Nov. 4.���Bar silver, 61 Wi
Mexican dollars, 47>^; silver certificates, 61^ to 61%.
A RANGE FINDER
is part of the equipment of every
war vessel.
But anyone can find the range they
want by coming here. We have
Stoves and Ranges of all sizes and various styles in stock and each one is well
made, strong and an economical user
of fuel.
The Perfocfc'on is aliout one of the
best cookers on the market. Burns
coal or wood nnd giveB fine results.
Our line of Heaters is very handsome.
Importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Jtfinerg' Supplies
EMILY EDITH.
A   Silverton   Properly   ou    Whiili  a
Rich Strike Has Eeen Made.
A new strike has beeu made on Ibe
Emily Edith mine near Silverton.
The work on No. 1 ttliiucl, winch has
been pushed along for the pjst ten
mouths has just opened up a body of
clean galena ore over two feet in
width and of high grade. The strike
is made at a distance of about 000 feel
from tbe moulh Of the tunnel aud
about 820 feot below the surface. The
balance of the tunnel is in a kuoi)
grade of concentrating ore with a largo
number of deposits of clnnii high grade
galena, which carried considerable
copper. In the No. 2 titmifl. 100 feet
lower than No 1, the work is now in
200 feet and in good concentrating ore.
A contract has been let to drive this
tunnel a further distance of 200 feet.
After which it will be pushed forward
to tap the strike just mado ou the No.
1 tunnel. The property is being opened up under lhe care of E. limiiol-
meyer and a concentrator will be
erected as soon as the No. 2 tunnel
reaches a point directly under the present strike in No. 1. There are 14 men
at work on the property and the force
will shortly be increased.
oik and vioiuirr
Condensed News of the Happenings of the
Week In and Around Our Busy
Oity and Kootenay.
Yesterday, for the third day in succession, there was a clean record in
the Police magistrate's court.
The regular meeting of lhe Hospital
Ladies Aid Society will be held in the
school room of tho PresbyI eriau church
on Monday,7th November at il o'clock.
Tho new saloon which Abe John-
sou is going to open on Baker street is
rapidly nearing completion, the work
of put |ing up tho fix lures beginning
today. The new saloon will be called
the ilodega.
The subject of Rev. Mr. Frew's ser-
mon at the Presbyterian ohurch tomorrow evening will bo "The Ministry ct
Books,'' illustrated from Iun MacLar-
eu's, "The Upper Room. " There will
be special music by the choir.
Tbo marriage of Mr. F. M. O. Cros
kill, lute of Halifax, N. S., and Miss
M. B. Robinson of Suckville, N 11.,
will take place at the English church,
Nelsou, this afternoon at 2 :80 o'clock,
Rev. H. S. Akehurst officiating.
At the close of the Sabbath morning service the sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be administered iu the
Methodist church by the pastor. The
evening subject will be "God's Greatest Enterprise. "   All are welcome.
In reference to a statement in yesterday's issue that T. W. Wright, who
bad a contract at the Last Chance
mine, hnd left town without paying
his men, it may be stated that the
Wilson Bros., who own the mine, pnid
up the miners in full.
Those wishing to take advantage of
the rebate ou the electrio light rates
are coming in fair numbers to the city
hull. It is to be hoped that the majority will not wait until the last moment, thus causiug the same rush and
inconvenience that was experienced
last month.
Fred Mountain, chief of provinoial
police in this distriot whose position,
as previously announced in The Miner,
is to be taken by W. H. Bullock-Webster, has been promoted. Mr. Mountain has not as yet received any instructions from head quarters as to his
new duties.
Today isl the two hundred aud
ninety-third anniversary of the discovery of the gunpowder plot and
will be celebrated by the Orangemen
of Nelson and their friends by a dinner at the Victoria hotel this evening
at 8 o'clock of wliich notice is given
iu another column.
The Inland Telephone oompany operating between San Francisco and Spo
kant), are stringing a metallic copper
wire betwoen the latter town and Nelson whioh will shortly be in operatiou.
The line ou this side of the Boundary
will be operated by the Oanada Western Telephone & Telegraph Co.
In the last issue of this paper it was
inadvertently stated that Provincial
Coustablo F. R. O. Beer arrived iu
Nelson with another constable having
a lunatic iu tlieir charge. Mr. Beer
is not a member of tbe provincial police force but is a justice of the
peace, the constable referred to being
Mr. Jarvis.
Miss Simpsou, who was one of the
unsuccessful contestants for the gold
watch at the Catholic bazaar, received
this week a tangible proof of the appreciation of her efforts in connection
with that undertaking, by being presented with a handsome gold watch
and chain by the ladies who had
charge of the bazaar
A telegram was received yesterday
afternoon.by F. Mountain, chief of
provincial police in tbis district, announcing the death of a man named
Oleson, who had been working at Pat
Welohe's camp ou the Robson-Peutic-
loii extension, and requesting the cor
oner to go down there. Dr. Arthur
accordingly left for Brooklyn ou last
night's train. The circumstnnces
surrounding the man's dealh aro not
known in town.
Tho secretary of tho Nelson footbnll
club received notice yesterday lhat
the Rossland team will not oome over
to Nelson to dny. The return match
is consequently off. An Association
football practice game will, however,
be held on the recreation ground this
afternoon, at which it is earnestly requested that all players will be present,
as the club hopes to bold one or two
association matches before the season
closes.
The Ladies Gnild of the English
church have arranged for an oyster supper for Monday evoning next. Through
the kindness of the owners aud Messrs.
Lillie Bros., they have seoured the
store lately occupied by W. G. Lillie's
boot aud shoe establishment, next
door but one to the Bank of B. O.
Here from 8:80 in tho evening they
will be prepared to servo oysters iu
many different styles, and assure their
patrons of a thoroughly satisfactory
snpper.
tREMOVAL  SALE t
25 per cent off all purchases of
Boots and Shoes for this week
only.
Neeland's Shoe Emporium.
Next door to old stand.   ���
International Navigation k Trading Company
LIMITED
Effective Juno 3D, 1E98
I
Summer Card.
Subject to change without notice.
PERSONAL   MENTION
Hugh Sutherland of Winnipeg, is
staying at the   Phair.
Alderman J. J. Malone is confined
to his borne through illness.
Mr. Justice Walkem left for Victoria
on yesterday evening's train.
W. B. Wilcox, editor and proprietor
of the Brooklyn News is staying at
the Queen's.
O. L McCol, chief paymaster on
the Crow's Nest Pn*=s railway; left for
Brooklyn on yesteraay evening's train.
J. P. Peterson, proprietor of the
Crown Point hotel, and Mrs. jPeterson,
of Trail, are   registered at the   Phair.
Among those registered| at the
Phair are F. S. Forest, Spokane j J.
T. Beatty, Winnipeg; R. Armstrong,
Kuskonook; G. H.   Ireland,   Toronto.
C. '.Shields, vice president of the
Spokane Falls & Northern railway,
aud, O. G. Dixon, general passenger
and ticket agent, are staying at the
Phair.
Among those registered at the Hume
are Mrs. G. B. Church, Spokane;
Miss. F. Hudson.| Flint, Mich. ; G.
C. Shaw, Viotoria, and J. Rudburg,
St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Roherts, who have
been spending a few days in Nelson
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood, left for Winnipeg yesterday
evening on the 8:40 traiu.
Among those registered at the
Queen's are L. Larsou, Silverton ; W.
J. Paul, Robson Mills; E. G. Warren. Rossland; A. Whitcier, Eric;
Mrs. O. D. Sprngne, Fort Steele-; J.
B. Tierney, Cranbrook; F. M. Cummings, Ymir; J. Sharpies. San Francisco, J. G. McLean, Cascade City.
A ROYAL RECEPTION.
A private letter received by a gentleman in Nolson from a friond in England stntes that upon the arrival of
the United States battleship St. Louis
iu the harbor of Southampton on October 10, a general holiday wns proclaimed iu the city and the prinoipal
buildings were decorated for the occasion with flags and bunting a prominent feature of the decorations being
the Union Jack and tbe Stars and
Stripes interwined. The St. Lonis
was sainted by every ship in the harbor. The reception to the offices was
most enthusiastic.
NOTICE.
All accounts due to the Kootenay
Cigar company up to November 1, are
to be paid to Mr. F. J. Farley nnd all
accounts due by the compauy will be
paid by him. 6*
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troubled  with   either  we }f
wish to  inform  you   that  $
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you will find a full line
the popular remedies at
I Vaastone's Dri Store I
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FOR BUILDING UP
the strength of the little ones we
have allthe materials. Our stock
of these goods, from Nursing bottles, Nipples, etc. to Prepared Food
for Infants is large, well assorted
and contains everything approved
of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. You will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drug & Book Go.
H>. /IfocBrtbur & Co
FURNITURE
At Reduced Prices for Cash to make Room for new goods
$15.00 and up
$60.00
30c per yd.  and up.
Bedroom Sets
Parlor Sets Wilton Rug
Carpets, Ingrain
Full line of Household and Office Furniture at 11 liberal discount.   Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty.
4   NO   WASTE   4
There is no waste of effort to keep
the fire going
IN A  "FAMOUS"  STOVE OR RANGE
There is no waste of fuel, nu waste of heat,
no waste of labor with a " Famous" Stove
or Range. You get the most heat with the
least fuel, because tho " Famous" is scientifically constructed. You fget more service from a '��� Famous" because it is built of
the best material iu the best way. Everyone gets the most satisfaction from the
"Famous" Stoves and Ranges because they
are perfect in every point. We have them
in all sizes and at all prices.
<n HEBDEN b HEBDEN **
South b'nd.   8. 8. International.   North b'nd
Deed down Read up
Train I.vk 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Truin Ar
"   Ar  :(.��  "     Kuslo     8 00   "       "    Lv
I:,, ii  Lvs. :i.:(n n.m.  Knslo    8.30 p.m. Boat At
I    "      "    I.SD   " Ainsworth 7.30   "        ���"���    "
"    JOO   " Pilot liny 6.M	
1    "      "    S30   "   Bnirour   0.10	
"     Ar   (1.40   "SMlloPt. 5.23    " "     "
"     7.15   "    Nelson    4.15    ���' '���   Lv
Train " 10.05 p.m. N'thport 1.55 " Train "
" " 11.20 " Rossland 12.05 n.m. '��� "
"  ' "    3.10   " Spokano   8.30    " "
Sandon-Kuslo train dally. Boat and Spokano train daily except Sunday.
8. ��. Alberla.
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sniidon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
'���   Ar  3.45   ������    Kaslo    8.00   "        "    Lv
Float Lvs 5.00  "     Kaslo    1.00  "     Boat Ar
"     6.20  "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.     "      "
"     7.00   " I'ilot Bay 11.00   '���  .     "       "
'���   10.00   " Kuskon'k 8.00   "        "      "
"   12.00 m. QontHivorll 00	
"    l.OOn.m, Honnilary5.00 '
Ar       8.00   " B'rs Ferry 2.00   "        "     Lv
Train Lv 11.40 " B'rs Forry 1.15  "    Train Ar
"   Ar 2.45 p.ni. Spokano 7.50 a.m.    "     Lv
Snmlon-Kasliitraiii dnily.   Boat lcavcsKoslo
for above points Tuostlnys and   Saturdays
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Special Knolenay take Service.
Commencing 20 June, 1898.
On Mondny, Thursday and Friday 8. 8
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Alnswortb
Pilot Bay and Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 a.m., Tuesday. Friday and
Kni ni ilny for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo,
calling at all way points.
(All times are subject to change witliouknotte
Meals and berths not included.
Passotigors on S. S. International from Ne
son, Spokano,  etc., for points on  Kootenay
Lake south of Pilot liny, will connect at than
point with theS. S. Alberta.
Passcngors for Nelson via 8. S. Alberta, from
points south of I'ilot liny, onn, by arrangement
wifli purser, have stop-over at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. 8. International
at Kaslo.
Tlio company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lake and slocan points with all points ln the
United Stales and Canada; by way of Spokane
and Kootenav River.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our offlco.
G. ALEXANDER Oon.Mgr.
P. O. Box 122, Kaslo. B.C
b^.k:e3e street
HOTEL   HUME
Ctt. fftaft & Vtrnoirgta
fftelson... *OB; C.
Finest Hotel in the Interior.
Steam Heat and Electric Light in every room.
Large Sample rooms for Commercial  Travellers.    Rates Reasonable
H. D. HUME, Manager.
IW. A. JOWETT,!
MININ G AND
<*9_REAL ESTATE BROKER   **>
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.
TO-NIGHT
at the
Skating Rink
the beautiful drama
" Charley's Aunt"
by the
Bittner ^beatre Company
Prices:    50 cents, 75 cents  and $1.00.
Seats on Sale at W. F. Teetzel's.
No tiresome waits between act*.     Time  all  occupied   with
High-Class Comedy and Vaudeville Features.
The Wonderful Waragraph with   over  200   views.
Change of Play and Specialties   Nightly.
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4 NELSON GAPE 4 I
Flwt Class in evory respect ���
Do you want a good Square meal for   X
25 CENTS?     I
TRY THE  NELSON  CAFE X
DINNER 12 TO 8     t
Eastern  Oysters
received daily
Cooked Any Style.
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VICT0EIA
HOTEL	
This popular hotel is being
thoroughly refitted and refurnished and will lie open to
the puhlie on Thursdiiy, November S.
D. 1 TAYLOR, Propter
ALEX. STEWART,
KKAL   ESTATE   Mill   INM KAMI.  AGENT
MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 PER CENT.
IMI I I'lVABHS
PKIVATE AND COMPANV UN IIS.
AND SOO LINE
QUICKTIME   GOOD SERVICE
FEWEST CHANGES.
LOWEST RATES.
NO CUSTOMS DIFFICULTIES.
First class and Tourist Sleepers
through from Pacific to Atlantic
nnd to St. Paul daily.
THROUGH   TICKETS   TO   AND   FEOSt   ALL
PAETS OF OANADA AHD THE
DHITED STATES.
DAILY TRAIN.
To Hossland and Main  Line points
(M0p.iii.-Leavo9-NELSON-Arrlve8-10.3ep,m
Kooienay Luke --Kaslo Boute.
Sth. Kokanee
Kxoopt Sunday. Excopt 8uiiday
4   p.ni���Loaves-NKLSON���Arrivos-11   a.in
Kootenny River Rome.
Sth. Nelson.
Mon., Wed., Fri. Mon,, Wed., Fri.
7 a.m���Leaves���NELSON--Arrivos--(i.30   p.m.
.Makes connection at Pilot Bay with Str. Ko-
kanco in both directions.
SteamorH on their respective routes call at
prinoipal Landings in both directions and at
other points whon signalled.
Trillin  lo anil rrom Sloean �� Ily, Suuilou
and Mlocnu Lake Poluis.
(Sundays Excepted)
0a. ni.-Lcavos���NELSON���Arrives���2.80 p.m.
Ascertain Bates
and full information   by  addressing nearest
local agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Tlokct
Agent, Nolson,
JOHN HAMILTON, Agent, Nelson
W. K. ANDERSON,
E. J. COYLE,
Tray. Pass. Agent,      Dist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver
THE   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MADE   IT
THE SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL    ROUTE.
Valuable Buker Street and other excellent property for sale.
Oflice Tnrnrr-Boecbh Block, Nelson, B. C.
It Is lhe Most Modern In Equipment.
It Is Un- lii'iii ir.sf Balled Line.
It has a Rock Bnllnsl Boidlirrt.
��� I Crosses No Snnil Desserts.
It Is the Only Line Running   Luxurious
Club Room Curs.
It Is Noted for the Courtesy or Its Employes.
It is the Only Line nerving Meals  on
a la Curie  Plan.
THROUGH    THE
GRANDEST      SCENERY
IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.
Attractive Tours during Season ol
Navigation on (irent Lukes via Duluth in
connection with Magnificent Passenger
Steamers Northwest and Northland.
For maps, tickets and comploto lnfoimatlon
call on or addross Agents, K, Sc 8. Ry., O. lc K
S. Nav. Co., N & F. S. Ry., or
C. *:. DIXON, (ieneral Agent
Spokane, Waa
F. I. WHITNEY, o. p. a T. A.,
61 Paul, Mlu. THE MINtK   SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4,  1898.
ue a niuiuieo i
LEAVES JERUSALEM H5s
and encored  for   a    very    laughable
comic duct and danco.
This afternoon at !J o'clock there will
be a matinee for   children   at  reduced
ih child will receive a bag
" this  evening at  the us-
Bittuer   company   will
play    tho  ever  popular    "Charley's
Aunt,"
NELSON MARKETS.
Great Crowds Witness His
Departure.
NOTICE    OF  ASSIGNMENT.
XT OTICE IS HER6JBY GIVEN that
.IA Oharlea Newton Owen and Thomas Slov-
enson of the city of Kuslo in the province of
British Columbia, furnituro Lloiilers, huvn hy
deed heuriug date t he elghteeni li day of Ooi oboi'
  .ngi
DANDLES ARAB BABIES; i8*e'��sBii<m'"iin.tlicirru,(ii"i'!i,.oi'HH"ul.i,riji;;;ri.v
At Jaffa He Boards the Boyal Yacht anti
Sets Sail For Bay root���The Remarkable Pilgrimage Almost Ended.
Jerusalem, Nov. 4.���Tho Kmperor
aud Empress of Germany embarked on
board a train for Jaffa this morning
amidst the firing of salutes from the
guns of the fortress and the cheering
of largo crowds of people. Their majesties declared tliey were greatly
plensed with tlieir visit anil shook
bauds with the principal civil and
military authorities. Their majesties
have made themselves most popular
with all classes of people, the affable-
ness of the emperor being limch remarked. He took the Arab babes in his
arms aud told tlieir frightened mothers that he was tho father of seven
children and also complimented tbem
upon the healthfuluess of their infants.
SAILED FOR BAYROOT.
Jaffa, Nov. 4.���The emperor mid em-
press of Germany and their suites, on
hoard the Imperial yacht Hohenzol-
lern, started for Bayroot at 5 o'clock
this afternoon.
except un therein mentioned to Krtderl-ik K
Ari'herof thu said city of Kuslo, trudnr.ini rust
for the purpose of paylngand satisfying ratnbly
or proportionately and without proterenoe or
priority, the creditors of the said Charles Newton Owen und Thomas Stevenson or of cither
of thom, l heir Just debts.
The said deed was executed by  the snltl
Charles Newton Owen nnd Thoinis Slovonson,
tho assignoi's.laiid the said Frederick E. Archer ;
the trustee, on the lllth duv of October 1898, and
the suid  trustee   has undertaken the trunls '
created by the said deed.
Ail persons having claims against the said
Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stovenson,
or either of thom, must forwnrd and deliver to
tho said trusteo at Kaslo, B. C.full particulars
of their claims duly verified together with particulars of security, if nny, held by them,
on or beforo the ntfiday of November, 1898, and
all persons indebted to the suid Charles Newton Owen and Thonius Stevenson or either of
them ure required to pny the amounts due by
them to the said trustee forthwith. After the
suid 17th day of November, 18!��q, tho trustee
will proceed to distribute tbe assets of the said
estate among thc parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which ho shall
then have had notice.
A meeting of the croditors of tho suid
Charles Newton Owen ami Thomas Stevenson
will be held at the promises lately occupied by
them on Front street, Kuslo, B. C. ut 2.WI
o'clock p. in, on Wednesdny, the Oth day of
November, 1898, for tlm giving of directions
with reference to the disposal of Die estate.
JlcANN & MACKAY.
Cameron Building,
A Avenue, Kaslo, B. 0,
Solicitors for I lie ri listen
1 luted thol8lh day of October, 1898.
< tin nie atk OF mi'itovi* ��i:vis.
our roomed
losephine St.
A four roomed,
nd a live roomed
THE BITTNER   THEATRE  CO.
"The Millionaire's Wife" Put on Last
Night nt   the Skating Rink.
The Bittuer oompany showed a powerful play Inst night, when they put
on "The Millionaire's Wife," n ilriuun
whioh reminded one of that one-time
favorite "East* Lynne." Whon the
curtain rises Hurry Grantly nml liis
wife, Florence, aro discovered discussing the approaching visit nf Blanche
Sterling, an old school friend nf Elor-
e nce's. Blanche is not well off, mid
Harry, from motives of generosity is
anxious for her in eome but his
wife, who ihiu'.is Blanche oonios hetween herself and lur hnsbnud, objects to the proponed visii Harry lingered by what be considers capricious-
ness insists. So Blanche arrives, mi'l.
notwithstanding nil Dnele i nrdetle's
efforts ns a mod in tar, Florence bo-
comes insanely jealous, mnl finally is
estranged from lur husband. After
much bickering, they decided tosepnr- on
ate. nnd 1 lurry set lis :< lnrgo sum <*:
money ou bis wife, aud also gives
Blanche Rose Cnttnge, their old
home, and a smnll income in reparation for having, as lie cousiders,
unwittingly damaged  ber reputation.
In the meantime, James Gordon,
the mun who does lhe chores, recognizes in Blanche a former wife of his,
who levanted with nil his savings.
He had followed her for a long time,
eventually going out of his mind
through his sufferings. He cauic to
Rose Cottage from tlm asylum. Gordon tolls his troubles to Miggs, ex-
dime museum keeper mid trump, who BIKER ST.
spends his sparo time in making love
to aud getting meals from Sully, the
pretty housemaid. Gordon confronts
his wife in her bedroom and Miggs
hears everything that goes on, but is
bribed to silence. In the founkh act COT) A
Blanche gets a letter from Harry who k ' ;
says that, he is ruined aud ill, but will
marry hor as lie promised. Blanche
will have nothing to do witli him now
he is poor, orders him out of tlio house,
and after a painful scene Hurry, who
is very ill, fulls fainting on tlie sofa.
Jessup tho lawyer, is attending him,
when Florence, who had bought the
house the dny before, comes in and
trios to bring him to. Whilo thus engaged Uncle Burdette conies on, having got Qordon out of the asylum
where Miggs bus put bim, with Gordon and the necessary witneses.
Harry recovers and, with his wife,
hears tho unmasking of Blanche. The
two are reconciled, und the wretched
Miggs is hauled off in irons to meditate
on his mishaps in jail.
Florence Grnntley, the loving, proud
imt rather tactless wil", was powerfully and sympathetically played bv
Miss Mattie Ohoate. Miss Hilly Stevens, ns Blanche lhe scheming adventuress, gavo an exhibition of very
clever acting, showing herself to be aii
accomplished artist Mrs. Kelly, ns
saucy Sally, was a fascinating and
pretty soubri'tte. Her ������ivaoity wns
in strong relief in tin gloom that
otherwise   rather   shrouds   the peioe.
As  Harry    Grantley,   J.   Waldron
treated   the   audience   to one   nf the
best pieces   of   work be  bus given   us
yet.    He was extremely good throughout.   W. ,1. Fredericks, fm- a wonder
was not the   villain,   Imt instead   the
kind   hearted   old Uncle   Burdette,   a
cleverly  and    artistically   portrayed
character.      Tin-    soouudrel      Miggs
was played by E. B. Kelly   witli   bis
usual  dash    aud   cleverness.    Miggs'
comicality   went  far   iu tho   eyes of I
the audiouce, to redeoni  liis baseness, !
Tho mesmerising scene was very funny
aud unexpected.       W. W. Bittner.
tho   unfortunate    Gordon,   was  very '
effective.    It was a powerful piece  of |
work, well thought out and well   exc-1
cuted.    Jessup,   the alert und  cynical
luwyer, was well played  by E. Mitchell) "and Lew Rose, as Joe   llie garden-
er, nfforded mnch   amusement to  the
audionce.     The  specialities   included
some fresh Waragrnph pictures, among
whicli   were   the   execution  of   Mary
Queen of Scots,   n country prize tight,
and   n   kissing   scene.    L.   McClellan
gave a Gorman dialect  song   and clog
dance with his  usual oleverness,   and
was   awarded  an  encore.    Low  Rose
got a well  earned  encore for a  comic J-*?: A"Jr,'��c.KA
song,   and  L. McClellan  and    Chris
Moran  again  were  loudly  applauded
SMEltALDA MINKREL CLAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Citv Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Wheiie
Located:���On Hayton Cheek,
TAKK NOTICK thnt I. Fletcher S Andrews.
Free Miner's Citrtilleiiio No, 4238a, acting as agent for Tlioinni Cook Gray, Free
Minor's Certiiicato No. I6238A und Henry McKay, Free Miner's Certllleulo No. 11717a, intend, Htxtyduys from the dato hereof, lo apply to tho Mining Kecorder for a Certiftcnle
of Improvements, for Ihe purpose of obtaining
a Crown Ornnt of the uhove Cliiim.
And fui'ther tuko notice thut uction, under
Section 37, must bo eommonced bofore lhe is-
Hiiunce of such Certificate of ImprovcmcnU-*.
Dated this 25th day of October. 1898        IMl
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
AM) INSURANCE AGENT.
FOB SA'-E
Bight roomed House nn Carbonate Street, $2000.
House,
��1500.
furnished,
FOR RZUT
a three  roomed
house.
A twenty-live light Acetylene Gas
Machine, Wallace pattern.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE,
NELSON
WATER FACTORY.
1 k 11 riio\i; no. si.
Manufacturer** of
AwL CARBONATED WATERS.
Il;ilc}011 Hot Spring   Hal* r Acratrtl nnd
Supplied lo the Trade.
F.E. MORRISON, D.D.S.
has  taken over the practice of
Dr.    H.   E.   Hall and  is  prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   by latest methods.  .  .
liruki'it lllll Block linker HI.
STYLISH   HILLINERY
DRESSriAKING
FANCY DRY GOODS
-AT-
Mrs.  McLaughlin's,
.h��si;i'iiim: st. mi -on
I Us
WHEN ...
. . ��� GOING EAST
* 11 lirst clans lino in traveling hetween
Minneapolis, HI. Paul umi Chicngo, and
th'j principal towns In Central Wisconsin
Pullman Palace Sleeping and riiulr Cars
Service .....
The Dining Oars are operated In thelnterobt   I
Us put runs,  the most elegant service ovel
Inaugurated.   Meals uro served 11 la Carte.
To obtain first class service your ticket should
re:ul via
* THE WISCONSIN     *
* CENTRAL LINES     *
Direct connections at Chicago and Mllwaukos
for all Eastern poinU.        ,
Kor full information call on your nearest licke'
agent, or write
or     Jah. c. Pond,
Uencral Agent, Qeneral Pas'. Agent
2*1) Stark Street, Milwaukee, Wis
Portland, Ore.
The following uro llm prices nf timelines, provisions.etc.. as quoted by onr
locnl dealers. It is iho intention of
The Minor to Inno those prices oor-
reot-ed everv week by trustworthy dealers, so that residents of the city anil
others nmy be informed us to the cost
of living 111 tlie eity :
Pill lir.
Ogilvie's Hungarian pi r'ill lb sack.. 17.1
I .uke of tho \\ owls " ., 17.1
Snow Kluko per 50 lb suck ��� 1 *f>0
I.r illl
Wheal per ton	
llrun per ton	
Ground feed per 'nu	
Corn (whole)     "     	
Corn I'Tucki'dl   "      	
0,i s ���'        	
11*, 1 "ii*!,i per 10lbs	
Rolled oat-ilHS Ki	
lto'hd oals (US K.18H,buck..
IV nl.
Hay Ibuled) per ton	
Vegelabli'S,
Potatoes per 100 lbs    1 00�� 1 IS
Heels per lb  21
Cabbage per lb  21
Cimliilower per lb  2i
Onions per lb  (13
Cucumbers  05
Fish.
Sulinon Isiiiokcdl per lh      12J<*    15
Oysters lOlympiunl per qt  80
Oysters (Eastern) per tin  CO
Cod per Hi	
Halibut per lh	
Smelts per lli	
Farm Produce.
Eggs per doz       25
HuUer (Creamery)       25��
Hutter (Dairy)       !*K*
Cheese (Canadian)	
Cheese Swiss)	
Meals,
32 HOU? 15 ifl
V" IXIM'22 OH
28 niii.i-.w mi
211 IIOlit28 (Kl
27 0CW30 0H
30IOIII32 (Kl
111��     60
05
10
19 HOI-MO 00
12)lg
121��
VHit   17.
20(8    30
line
sa
10��
15|it
Hum (Amcrietint peril	
Hum ICuiititliun) p. r 11,	
Hucon (A incrlean; per lb	
Hucon (Canadian! per Hi  ���
Huron (rolled! per lb	
Hucon (long Dinar) per lb	
Bhouldors per lb	
I-nril per Ib	
Het'f per lb.	
Mutton per lb *	
Veul per lb	
Perk por lb      121*9
Frail.
Hununus per ttoz        -Kid*
Lemons tCnlifornin) per do/.       3111*
Oranges (California seedlings)       Unit
Melons (each)       2*9
Cruli apples per lb  	
Apples	
Tomatoes      0*9
drapes.      121
Peaches	
Pears (Biirl.letts)       08
I 'ears (small greon)        OO
Plums (greengage) .- ���
Plums       04
TRAINS AND STEAMERS ARRIVING   AND  DEPARTING
FROM NELSON.
0:20 11.111.���Train leaves N. & P. S.
station for Itussliiiiil, Spokane and way points daily.
7tOO a.iii.-H. S. Nelson leaves for Kuskonook and wify points
tlnily except Sunday.
7:15 a.m,���S. S. International arrives
from Kaslo anil way points
daily except Sunday.
Xiliilu.in. S. S. Allieila leaves for
Knslo uiul wny points on
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday,
0:00 .'i.iii.��� Truin loaves C. P. It. station for Slocan Oity, dnily
except Sunday.
11:00 a.ni.���S. S. Kokanee arrives from
Kuslo and way points daily
except Sunday.
Iiuin arrives ('. P. H. sta
���2-:2n
:20 p.m.-
lion, froth Slocun City and
wny poinls, daily, except
Sundny.
4:00 p.ni.���S. S. Kokanee leaves for
Knslo nnd wny points,
daily, except. Sundny.
4:45 11.111.���S. ,S. International leaves
lor Kns o and way points,
du'ilv except Sunday.
5:35 p.m.���Truin arrives N. & F. S.
station, from Spokane,
Kossland nnd way poiuts,
daily.
0:30 p.m.���S. S. Nelson, arrives from
Kuskonook, and all way
points, daily except Sunday.
0:40 p.m.���Train leaves C. P. It. station for Robson, Kossland,
and all Main Line points,
daily,
0:00 p.m.���S S. Alberta arrives from
Kaslo and way points, on
Monday, Thursday and
Friday.
10:80 p.m.���Train arrives O. P. 1!. station, fnnn all Main Line
poinls, Hossland and Hob-
sou, daily
Steam tugs Knslo, Angerona, Hed
Star, Hercules, Surprise and others
ply on Kootenay lake to and from Nelson, hut have no regular times of arrival and depni'ture.
Transportation Companies aro requested io
glvo notice to the Miner of any alterations in
the time of irrlval and depni'ture from Nelson.
WHAT
DO
YOU
WANT
For One Cent a Word? *
You can find a buyer for "Any I
Old Thing" if vou advertise. ?
��� X
Cl.thSllIrd  iilviTlWriiiPiilN. 4
AH nrivi>rti.-('iiteiitH in this column nre T
1 cont, a wiirfi hftflh Insertion,  No ad- X
+   vertisement taken for lendUian 25 coot*. ���
MISCELLANEOUS
MUSIC btCSPONP. ��� On piano origan or
guitar, by Miv. W. .1. Antler, Robson street
t wo door's wost of Stanley.   P. O. Hox 130,
OttOAN FOIt SAl.K-Five octave?, 3} net*
ree-fts, 11 Htops. Vox Humane, grnnd orpnn and
knee swell, fmndsnme pmo, by 0'itve>;, Clin'on.
npwo'ful nnd brilliant tonp, in pood condition.
For sale cheap. Address "T. M." box V, Nel-
son, B.O.
SITUATION' WANTED���As book keeper or
any ofltco work. Sevan yearn experience in
book work. Adrirc:-n " Correspondence," Miner
o Hcc.
WANTItt)-A lady partner for a well established dressmaking bviHiness in Nelson.
Apply by letter addressed '* Dressmaker,'
caro Miner oflice.
NEW BOOKS
Tin- Buttle (if the SlroiiL'
tli licit Parker
The Adventures of i-YiU'onis,
Foundling, Thief nn ; .Juggler.
Wier .Mik'liell
Tekln
R..Iieit Burr,
The (Scourge of God
John Blourdeli Burton
Her Memory
Marten Murtcens
All the newest publications at
Thomson Stationery Co.
LIMl'lKll (d?2
NOTICE  OF   ASSIGNMENT.
VTOTICK \S HEREBY GIVEN that John
i^l Charles Tom, trading as Tailor and
Clothier, at the town of Golden. In the Province of British Columbia, has by deed datod
tho first day of October, 1898, assigned to me
all his pers-nmi es*atelcredilsaiideffect-*whieh
may he so.zed and sold under execution, and
till his real uslato forlheKenerol benefit of his
creditors, pursuant to the "Creditors Trust
Deeds Act."
A meeting of the croditors will bo held at my
ollice im he wild town of Golden, ou Saturday,
the 22nd dsy of October, at tbe hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, for the giving of directions with reference '��> thl' disposal of tho
estate.
All creditors are requested to forward full
particulars of their claims, duly verified, to mo
on or before the fifteenth day of November,
1��I8, after which dato 1 shall proceed to distribute the assets among tho parties entitled
thereto, having regard only io the claims of
which 1 shall tben havo had notice.
Datod at Golden, B. C, October 1st, 1898.
E. A. HAGGEN,
Financial Agent, Golden.
Trustee.
FIEST ANNUAL SUPPER
���by the���
L. O. L.    NO. 1692
���in   the���
VICTORIA   HOTEL
���on   Saturday   evening���
NOVEMBER 5TH.
All members of the order are
Oordlally  Invited.
Tickets $1.00
Ik
PAWTERSand
DECORATORS
The only Decorators  in
Nelson
All   orders    promptly    attended   to.
I>. O, IIO.X 141. SIvl.SON
esMss-MSMe-xeffeA-SA^e-scTss^sse^eses-^
RRST TRIAL
of our Clothing is generally sufficient to
niii kt- ii life long customer.
We di n't ufl'er our goods below cost,
beeuuse wo have no desire to lose
money. V\ e mjII at prices which aro
sullloleut to pay for good material und
good workmanship. Tbo size anft^ari-
cty of our stoek enables us to please a
customer both as to style and fit. Indeed we ore particular on these points.
Wo rather loseji bale than permit unsatisfactory garme-itd lo leave tlio
store.
TheRC values ennnot be surpeBsed.
--J. A. GILKER--
P   O. STORE.
SStt��*��S��S����i-**--^*----^'*--,*��^
KIRKPATRICK & WILSON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
��H Groceries, Crockery and Glassware.   ~n��
SOAP
A Full Line of Fancy Toilet
v" Soaps of all standard brands
If you want a sweet-scented healthful soap at  a  reasonable
price you will make no mistake by buying it here.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C.
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
i.��XA��.i
THE
MINER
The Paper of the People.
Everybody Reads lt.
The I.urgest Circulation.
Best Advertising Medium.
���Tyrr?
TENDERS WANT ED
Tenders addressed to tho undersigned will
be recoived up till noon of Monday, Novombor
2lB* for tbo purebsseof t be tailoring and ready
mode stocks in the ussiKwvl estate of J. (*.
Tom, of Golden. Schedules and terms will be
supplied by the undersigned on application
personally or by tetter.
K A. HAGGKM, Goldon. B. C.
NOTICE.
Tho bodies tbat were buried in theOld Cemetery aro now boinsr removed to the New Com
etry and unless arrangements are made atone
fur lots and permits tho Contractors have inst ructions from tho City to bury thc bodies in
trenches.
The work isundermanagmentoffl.H, Brown,
acompetcnt undertake and embalmcrandany
who wish a private romoval or new caskets can
inske special arranginent by calling at tho
otllce of J. K. ANNABLE, Victoria St
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Roukktson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NEL50N, B.C.
NOW IS THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT MADE GLORIOUS SUMMER
BY USING
Stewart's Heaters
COAL AND WOOD
A carload of Coal Heatersdirectfrom
the Factory  arrived  on Friday.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
St. A.I103 Natural Mineral Water
���PROM THE���
FAMOUS HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
whoen curative qualities aro known all over Cnnada. Many Mineral Waters con
tain valuablfl mineral iugreiliouts, but probably none in America, having th��
Bume medical value, make such a fine palatable beverage when bottled.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders are invited for the pnrohase
of I-iot 1. Blook "I" with improvements, situate in the Town of Ymir,
lteuleil for |12 per month. Tenders
to be sent in on or boforo* November
10. 1808 to JOHN   DEAN,
Administrator of the Kstate of Silas F.
Oollensworth, Ymir, B. C
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION
NOTICK IS IIKKEBY OIVKN lhat thn partnership heretofore subBtstlnK botwoon us
iih wholesale commission ntorohaiits In Nnlso",
B. 0., has ihis day boon dissolved by
nnitiilil consent. All ilobts owing to tho sai-a
partnership &ro to bo paid to the undersigned
Thomas Gallon and all elaltns against tho Bald
partnership are to be prosonted to the said
Thomas Gallon by whom tho Bamo will bo set-
Mod.
Witnessi
William Cunnoll
1T1IOMA9 DAL1.0N.
/KllNKar KING.
Datod at Nelson, B.U.. this 10th day of Oo
lobor, A. D. 1888.
WEDDING PRESENTS
Ths products of the Gold and Silver
mines,  the Diamond  Fields,  the
Cut Glass Manufacturer and the
maker of Jewelery  has  been
drawn on to complete an
assortment of
Beautiful and Unique
Articles
Ornamental and useful, suitable for
any presentation purpose.
Wp cordially invite nn iiinpi'i.*.*inn of
our Stock. The Watches, Clucks,
Jewelery, Silverware ete. are excellent
in quality and particularly handsome
in design.
JACOB DOVER, Jeweler.
Watch and Jewelery Repairing and Engraving.

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