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Daily Edition No. 106.
Nelson, British Columbia. Saturday Morning, September io, 1898.
Ninth Year
G|i^
REMOVAL   SALE
BOOTS & SHOES
The first of October we move into the Beer
Hlock, next to Jacob Dover, the Jeweller and
for thc balance of September we will offer our ���
1 r
stock of
Boots and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices.
So for your pocketbook's sake don't miss this sale.
Bargains that give you a "Glad 1 went there " feeling.
a&��^ I THE ODTBAGBS IN CRETE
L
BE'S
J0m
OE HOUSE
The Powers Will  Remove
the Turks
NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF BRITISH COI.linillA
AS A MATTER OF EIGHT
The West Indies Demand
Government Aid
letter Gaudaur stated (Imt he thought
Johnston had every chance of success
in the coming event, especially if he
was in such good form as lie was last
July, when Gaudaur and Johnston
raced ou the inlet. Gaudaur is the
stake holder in the present race.
THE CENTRE STAR MINE.
AND SETUP A GOVERNOR
Germauy and Austria, Kot  Wishine to
fchare the Responsibility,  Withdrew From Crete-
j Two Millions Dollars   Purchase Money
Paid Into  the Hank.
Butte, Mont., Sept. I).���Two million
TO RELIEVE  THE  CRISIS MUmtnr the purchase oiMb* Centre
Star   mine,  Rossland,  li. 0., lias been
I (leposite'd with Cashier T. M. Hodgins,
lot'  the State Savnigs  bank here.   Tho
purchasers is  tint  Blackstook-Gooder-
1 he!Exclusion of Bounty Foil Sugar From , ham syndicate of Toronto.   The stook-
,���,.,���,,,       n .,        i holders  who   sell out   are   principally
the English Market or Countervail-       Butte people.
Ine Duties ure Asked for.
KILLED   IN A THRESHER.
Kingston, Jamaica, Sent. 9.���The
conference of West Indian representatives at the island of Barbadoes passed
a resolution formally demanding aid
from the home government, as ii mutter of right,as being the only available
remedy for the industrial crisis, and
the adoption of measures either for
the exclusion of bounty fed sugar from
the English market or the enforcement
of countervailing duties. No ultimatum looking tt Ant'.'n.'.ui annexation
was admitted, although the question
was incidentally discussed as a possible
future contingency to offset Cuban
and Porto Rican competition in the
American market, should Great Britain conclusively refuse the vclici' demanded. The question of annexation
to Canada was not mentioned and a
Jamaican delegate, in an interview,
declared that while  annexation to tbe
United Slates was improbable. Ibe
transfer of the British West Indian
islands lo Canada was impracticable,
besides promising no relief.
ROAD MASTER   KILLED.
Jlr.  (lib's, of   the   Crow's   Nesl   Pass
Railway, Meets Death.
Macleod.   N. W.  'I'.,  Sept.  0. ���Word
has reached   Macleod   that on Monday
last a serious accidenl occurrod on the
Crow's Nest Pass railway af the Loop.
A work train was   standing on n high
trestle inside   tlie limit   boards, when
another train came along and  ran into
it, striking an   empty   float   ear.    Al-
1 though the traiii did not come together
; at all hard the  engine   lifted the light
Hat car  olt   the   track, and four   men
-who were on   it, Mr. (tiles, the   road-
master, two Italians nntl another man,
i were   thrown   from   the  trestle.    Jlr.
JGlieS and the two Italians were killed
I outright and   thu   other man badly injured.    The latter   i.s   now in the, hos-
Ipital.    The accident   is   being investigated by the company.
DIED WHILE AT PRAYER.
A   Strangely   Sudden   Dealh   ut    St.
Boniface.
Winnipeg, Sept. II.��� Deatli came sud-
Jdenlv to pruty Mary Chai'lrantl at St.
iBonifaco yesterday. The deceased
Ivoiing lady was an orphan,the ward of
IKi'v. Father Compere, nf Reaburu.
lt-.be had been at the hospital for troat-
Jnient for slight bronoial troubles, but
|was making rapid progress toward recovery, ami able to bc about. Tester-
|lay morning Miss Charlrand attended
l-iei'viee at the hospital chapel, and
���wlii1." engaged in the devotional ex-
lenses was suddenly struck down,
lletit' '-'������.'suiting in a few minutes from
icart l'ailui'c. Every effort was mado
o reousoitate the poor girl, but with-
juit avail and the body was removed.
���Miss Chartrand was a bright young
lady of 17 years, of a cheerful dispo-
liitou.and'had a largo circle, of friends
It Raotmrn, who will mourn her snd-
llen demise.
JOHNSON AT RAT   PORTAGE.
. Winnipeg, Sept. I).���Johnson, the
vanoouver oarsman, is now as Rat
Portage, where ho will meet and row
llackett in a challengo raco for $1000
I-sido. Johnson expects that his new
Itnddick shell will arrive at Rat Port-
Igo in timo for him to use it in the
luce. Jake Gaudaur, the, world's
Ihainpion, wrote to Johnston and asked
Iio Vancouvro man to bo his guest
Ihile training at Rat Portage.    In his
Berlin, Out., Sept. <).--James Clen-
allan was drawn into a threshing machine aud killed.
MINING NOTES.
Some Hems From the Lardeau Country
���The Centre  Star Deal.
The Silver Cup, wliich is situated in
the Lardeau country, ami belongs to
the Home-Payne syndicate,has always
created a great deal of interest on account of Uut exceptionally high grade
ore it produces, Since last year veiy
lillie lul iieve.'opj'n-nt '* rk hns been
done, though nod tons of ore.averaging
300 ozs. in Silver and $10 to $14 in
gold has been extracted in that period.
Of Ihis ore, three cars have recently
been   shipped   to    the    Hall    Mines
smeller.
Work on the property is at present
being confined to a cross cut tunnel,
which, il is claeulated, will tap the
vein about 100 feet below the present
workings. The great obstacle to the
development of the mine has been the
lack of transportation facilities. At
present lhe ore has to be hauled by
teams a distance of 24 miles, at a cost
of $12 ti ton, before transportation
facilities can be obtained. Those who
know the Lardeau country prediot
great mining activity with the advent of a railroad.
TIIE   CENTRE   STAR.
The formal transfer of the Centre
Star mine to the (ioodci'ham-Blaek-
stock syndicate took place on Thursday afternoon with the usual rites and
ceremonies, the most interesting of
whieh was one which draws its origin
from an old Cornish custom,and which
still prevails in many of tho inining
camps of tho United States. Peter
Joyce, the foreman of the Centre Star
mine under the old management, gathered up two handfuls of rich ore,
glittering with gold, and scattered it
over Mr. Elaokstook, tho representative of the new owners. Formerly
this act, if properly witnesed. constituted an absolute transfer of tho
property.
Some champagne was then opened,
aud after the health of the old and
new owners had been drunk, the company dispersed.
A FALSE REPORT.
A Miner reporter yesterday saw Mr.
Fowler, consulting engineer for tho
London and British Columbia Gold
finds company, with reference to a
statement that appeared in a recent
issue of the Spokesman-Review regarding Iho Ymir mino. Mr. Fowler said
the statement that the company had
rescinded their order for a 40-stamp
mill, and   wero   intending   instead to
j put in HO or 100 stamps was entirely
without foundation. As a matter of
fact, though it was intended to erect a
140-stamp mill, and though the mill
site was being prepared, the order for
the stamps had not yet been given.
Stamps could ho obtained at once, at
any time, and so it was not necessary
to order theni until tho ground was
fully prepared for tlieir reception.
The question of enlarging tho contemplated order to HO or 100 stamps
had not been discused by the management.
In tho same article it was asserted
that a tunnel iiOOO foot long was to be
driven, a statement which Mr. Fowler likewise described as void of
foundation. In conclusion Mr. Fowler stated that   though   the   ore bodies
i continued   to  be, as they always have
| been, eminently satisfactory  to  those
' in charge of the mine, yot the Spokes-
man-Review's  desoripiton  ofthe al-
I leged bonanza find hud  no  foundation
i ill fact.
Cauea, Sept. 9.���The admirals of the
foreign powers replying to the protest
of the Cretan executive committee
against the recent massacres have declared thoy will recommend their respective governments to settle the
question definitely hy the removal of
the Turki h tropps from Ihe, island of
Crete aud the appointment of a governor by the powers.
ENERGETIC    ACTION    ADVISED.
London, Sept. 1). ���The Times and
other morning papers (tall upon the
government for energetic action in
Crete, more especially if the stories of
tho complicity of the Turkish troops
be confirmed.
German and Austrian papers declare
their governments will have nothing to
do with Crete.
The Cologne Gazette says: "Germany may congratulate herself on
withdrawing her fleet from Crete,
I hereby leaving the responsibility on
others."
HOLLAND'S   QUEEN.
Attends   an Impressive Religious Service at the Hague.
Amsterdam, Sept. 0.���Queen Wilhel-
mina accompanied by her mother, took
a special train foi the Hague at 10 :40
this morning. The streets wero
thronged with people who gave the
young queen and her mother an ovation.
CEREMONIES   AT   THE   HAGUE.
The Hague, Sept. I).���The Queen of
the Netherlands and her mother, on
their return here from Amsterdam, received the same ceremonials that
marked the state entry of the royal
party into Amsterdam. The streets
and houses were magnificently decorated and cheering was continuous
throughout.
A special religious service was held
at St. James ohuroh today for Queen
Wilhelmina. It was a beautiful and
impressive ceremony. The queen entered escorted by a retinue of high
officials. She was also attended by her
mother, the Princess of Wied and the,
ladies in waiting. Prince Frederick
of Wied, son of the reigning Prince of
Wied, accompanied by the former's
mother was present. The young
prince's mother is a princess of the
Netherlands and it is popularly believed he will be Wilhelmina's choice
for a husband.
The young queen sat in a chair on a
high platform facing the pulpit. Sho
was palo and looked tired. Her Majesty joined in the singing and listened to a long sermon delivered by the
court chaplain, Dr. (I. J. Van Der
Flior. A chorus of 100 voices then
sang a special anthem composed by
Nicholas Beets. The services ended
with the singing of "Wilhelmina Von
Nassau wied. "
SUNK IN   A  COLLISION.
A Steamer  Run  Down in  a Fog But
All the Passengers are Rescued.
Dartmouth, Sept. I).���Tho steamer
Knarwater collided with the Landana
in a dense fog oif tho coast today,
The Knarwater struck the Landana
a-nidships. The passengers on the
Lundaiia, numbering 45 persons, were
as quickly as possible ordered into the
boats. The people having been in bed
when the collision occurred, many of
thorn were nearly naked. They were
mostly negroes bound for Africa and
wero so terrified that they wore restrained with difficulty from jumping
overboard. After safely reaching the
Knarwater, the people all fell on their
knees on the dock in prayer. The wo
men were the coolesst among the passengers.
PROCRASTINATING  SPANIARDS.
They Shirk Coming to  Settlement  of
the Evacuation of Porto Rico.
Sun Juan de Porto Rico, Sept. !).���
The American evacuation commision-
ers at* a meeting held yesterday afternoon decided to notify Captain General Macias that they wero present
and ready to proceed with tho business. A communication to this effect
was drawn up in most courteous terms.
It nsked where and when the Spanish commissioners would meet the
Americans.   Lieutenant Sears delivered
the communication to the, captain general. He drove to the palace in a carriage. When at the gate a brick was
hurled at him from the sidewalk.
Being au old baseball player, he was
able partly to ward the missile off
with his hands, and it fell, striking
him ou the ankle, but doing only
slight injury.
The American commissioners are determined to brook no delay. Although
Captain General Macias recognized
their presence by official visits, they
have not been notified of the appointment or of tho names of the Spanish
commissioners, nor have tlie names of
Ihe latter been officially gazettod here,
in spite of the fact that it is understood, unofficially, that Generals Ortega
and Vallerino and the. auditor of the
war department. Senor Aguilar. comprise the Spanish commission. The 30
days expire on Sunday and if the
Spaniards are not prepared to proceed
on that date they must explain the
matter.
RIVAL INSURGENT CHIEFS
Are Causing Trouble in the
Philippines.
AMERICANS POWERLESS
AFFAIRS IN PORTO RICO.
lhe Rebels Patrol tne City of Manila and--
Engage   in   Lawlessness  Unrestrained by the Americans-
Sickness  Among   American    Soldiers
Has Greatly Increased.
Ponce, Porto Rico, Sept. 9.���Illness
among United States troops here is increasing. There are uow more than 25
per cent unfit for duty. Within a
radius of a few miles fiom Ponce there
are 1000 soldiers in the hospitals. In
some of the ^commands there. 30 per
cent of the men are down with fever,
principally typhoid.
The City of Chester has arrived with
medical supplies and 46 nurses and the
surgeons here are handling the patients as well as possible. Considering
the conditions the precentage of deaths
is small. The convalescents, however,
have the climate to contend with, and
after the fever has left them the pati
cuts fail to recover strength. They
should be sent north at once. The
need for transports for the convalescents and hospital ships is imperative.
If there were wet weather conditions
would be come much worse.
Before the departure of General Wilson he announced his approval of the
findings of the military commission
and in the trial of the Corto "firebugs, '' Jos. Bugros and Ramon Veag.
wero each sentenced to 15 years hard
labor and Leo Ardo Colon and Juan
Martini Floriner to two years each
hard labor. The prisoners have been
placod ill the prison of Ponce.
A PLOT TO  KILL  THE CZAR.
An Error Was  Made  and the Attempt
Was Unsuccessful.
London, Sept. 9.��� A report is current hero of a plot to assassinate the
czar at Moscow some days ago. The
plan of the conspirators was to allow
the gas to escape into a house on the
route of the czar's procession until the
ntmosphero in every room was saturated. Ono ot the number was to remain in tho house and strike a light
when the czar was passing, in the expectation that the house would be
blown to pieces and tho czar killed.
Tho conspirator wonld perish himself
as a sacrifice to the cause.
This duty fell to the lot of one
Alexander Kolanoff. Iu his agitation
he seems to have made an error, as the
explosion was mistimed. When it occurred a staff officer and his wife wero
driving past, and they, instead of the
czar, wero killed. Their coachman will
die of his injuries and about 30 other
persons were more or less injured.
Kolanoff's mangled body was found
among tho ruins. The czar and czarina drovo by 25 minutes later. Many
arrests have been mado in Moscow but
the Russian press has been forbidden
to refer to the matter.
OFFENDED  THE  EMPEROR.
Gambling by the German   Army   Offl-
ers Must  Cease.
Berlin, Spet. i).��� A painful scandal
has arisen iu one of the regiments of
tho dragoon guards, whero the officers
havo been playing baccarat for high
stakes of late. Princo Albert of Saxe-
Coburg lost ��8000,and Lieutenant Goet,
his entire fortune at one sitting. A
quarrel arose between the latter and
another officer which led to a challenge. The colonel of the regiment
reported the matter to the emperor.
Angered by the disregard of his prohibition of gambling, Emperor William
summoned Prince Albert to his presence and order him to tako leave of
absence until September 30. The other
two officials were cashiered.
A good deal of comment has been
caused by the fact thut Lieutenant Von
Bruzwitz, who was sentenced to three
years and 20 days imprisonment for a
duelling affair shortly after ho had
achieved uoteriety by running a laboring man through with his sword for
accidently knocking against the lieutenant's chair in a cafe, has been liberated a year before the expiration of
the term.
TOURING THE WES.T
Winnipeg Sept. ().���Hon. Clifford
Sifton, minister of the interior, and
Mr. James Sutherland, M. P. tho liberal whip, have started on a tour of
Manitoba and the North West provinces in the courso of which they will
go over tho Crow's Nest Pass railway.
Manila, Sept. 9.���The attitude of th
Philippine insurgent leaders is daily
becoming moro dangerous. So open is
their opposition to the American
authorities that the situation is
strained and reconciliation may be
difficult. What makes the situation
more troublesome is the undisguised
rivalry between the followers of
Aguinaldo, the self proclaimed dictator, and General Pio Pilar, who
covets the honor which Aguinaldo acquired. General Pio Pilar is in command of the insurgent troops stationed
south of Manila andjhe uses therein the
way that will be most annoying to
Aguinaldo and at the same time, makes
every effort to show his utter disregard of American officials. His forces
continue to patrol the city, encouraging lawlesness in every direction.
They are constantly annoying the
American troops, engaged in their
difficult task of preserving order.
Aguiualdo's course is no less annoying.
He no longer attempts to conceal his
hostility to the officials who represent
the United States and yesterday issued
orders prohibiting his soldiers from
entering the American lines. This
course was probably deemed necessarv
in order to prevent them from becoming so well disposed towards the
Americans as to destroy his power by
repudiating his leadership. The attitude of the rival leaders cannot fail to
end injuriously to the cause of Philip
pine independence.
AN IMPORTANT STATEMENT.
More Letters  in the Dreyfus Case Reported to bo Forgeries.
Rome, Sept. 9.���The Tribune declares that Count Von Minister, German ambassador to France, in the name
of Emperor William, has just reported
to Del Cassa, French foreign minister, that the alleged letters between
the Einpreor and Count Von Minister
and the Emperor and Captain Dreyfus
are spurious and that if tho French
government utilize such falso documents in the eventual trial, he, Von
Munster, had orders to demand his
pasports.
POLITICAL CHAOS IN SPAIN.
Madrid, Spet. 9.���The following
statement was made by an important
Spanish official: Senor Silvela, leader
of the conservative party, refuses gov-
eurment support of his party although
full aware of the difficulties of the
situation. Doubtless prompted by a desire to obtain power he will do all in
his power to realize his desire with
short delay. The country will then see
how soon a man who is now posing
as a liberal can be transformed into a
despotic dictator.
(Ieneral Polaviaja hashandedjthocopy
of his manifesto to tho newspaper men
but the censor forbids its publication.
Ho also forbids its transmission by
telegraph. It is probable tho general
intends to read it today in tho Cortes.
It is certain tho government will prevent him doing so, and insist upou a
secret session.
COPPER RIVER   A   FAILURE.
San Francisco, Sept. 9.���Tho bark
Electra arrivod 21 days from Princo
William's Sound, Alaska, with salmon
for tho Alaska Packer's association.
The Electra brought down a number of
prospectors from Copper river, who are
delighted to return to tho city. They
report tho Copper river district a comploto failure. There is no gold in that
country. Hundreds of miners aro
anxious to return, but have uot tho
money to pay their way.
SLIMLY   ATTENDED.
Hamilton, Sept. 9.���Tho first meeting of the plebiscite campaign here
was held last night. It was slinily attended. The speakers were, well know
temperance workers and leading
clergymen.
ILLNESS OF MR. BAYARD.
Dedham, Mass., Sept. 9.���Hon.
Tliomas G. Bayard is very weak this
morning aud thero has been no perceptible chango from his condition of
last night, which was not noarly so
favorablo as 24 hours ago. THE MINER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER io, i8$8
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j was founded to supply.    In response to 5^
" requests made   the  hospital  trust met  ��   ^ARTHUR    R.    SHERWOOD...    ^
with   most   liberal   treatment  at the g^- :3
i hands of   the people.    Iu a very short; SP
time  fooS. 80 was  subscribed   for  the. gj^
: very laudable purpose of providing in- jjfc:
creased   accommodation.     This   sum, 1��-
lion, but as evidence of good ftiitli.
Subscription Rates
be accoinpanied by the name and address
of the writer, not necessarily for publica- \ augmented by an amount from the annual grant, will he used to erect an extension   which will afford room
more patients, double the numl
cau now   be   treated   there.    Those, at  fe:
a distance who wish   to give their aid ! ^
to this most   commendable
(hose whom
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ner half year by mail
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and Savings Co.
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Advertising rates made known on nppliualion
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NO GROUND FOR PROTEST.
The Edmonton Bulletin is opposed
to the Canadian Pacific railway and
in a recent article, in its eagerness to
score against the company, that
journal gave expression to faulty deductions which go to show that Nelson will not havo direct connection
with the Crow's Nest Pass line, but
will merely have steamboat communication with the terminal on Kootenay
lake. Everyone knows that the utilization of barges to convey trains across
the lake is only a temporary arrangement to expediate traffic until such
times as the lino into Nelson can he
built. The extension along the shore
of the lake will prove a difficult piece
of work and will require time to complete it. In the meantime it is a
sensible movo on the part of the compauy to make the connection by
steamer. If this wtre not done, Nelsou would have to wait a long time
for tho connection and the large and
important district which the railway
will serve would he deprived for a
year at least of the great benefits which
will surely come from the establishment of communication with the coal
fields in the pass. The minister of
railways approved of tho utilization of
steamboat transit across the lake in
order to give West Kootenay as speedily
as possible the advantages which the
lino will undoubedly confer. There is
no complaint heard in Nelson about
the arrangements. This city's chief
concern is to have the connection this
fall, satisfied that tho compauy will
have the all mil routo opened to this
point in the near future. The inference to be drawn from the Bulletin's
remarks is that Nelson will be placed
at a disadvantage by the arrangement.
The natural reply to this is that complaint upon that score should first
come from Nelson, where opinions
such 4is the Bulletin has seen fit to put
forth find no expression. Without this
temporary arrangement Nelson would
be deprived of cheap coal this winter
and tho various smelters that look for
cheap coke would have to run along
till next spring, unable to put* in force
the reduced rates for service which, it
is believed, will give immense impetus
to the mining industry in this neighborhood and all along the line.
The Canadian Pacific railway has
every reason to have direct and expeditious connection wilh Nelsou.
The company has large interests here,
not to speak of thc great increase in
freight business which must follow
tho opening of the lino through to
Trail from the many mines waiting a railway to give them the outlet
their owners have long looked for.
Wheu the company abandons the lino
around the end of the lake it will be
time enough to raise a protest. At
present there is nothing to protest
against.
work, and ^   advance money on improved Real Estate.
the collectors have been, j^ g fa   monthly instalments.
unable to  call  upon, will   have their j jp
contributions acknowledged by tho set
retary, who believes, and rightly, tha
this is a work whioh appeals to all
Repayable in 5 and
=3
; I ARTHUR R- SHERWOOD, AG'T. 3
ANGLO-AMERICAN   UNION.
The remarks of Mr. Bryce, when
presenting a farewell and congratulatory address to Mr. Hay, tho retiring
Unifed'Statea minister from the British capital, will be endorsed by all who
havo Iho interests of humanity at
heart. The Anglo-Saxon race is the
dominant one in the world today, a j
mighty power for good and a scourge j
to the evil, if need he. If these peo-1
pie gifted with everything which ;
tends to strength, physically and ;
mentally the superior race, are not the. j
chosen peoplo of God, they have certainly inherited the promises the!
Almighty gave to tho patriarchs of I '
old. It must lit! so. No raee could j
raise itself to the eminence the Anglo-
'Saxon race has attained, without1
divine support. Victorious in the
fields of peace, invincible in the. fields
of war, they will yet achieve the
earth and none will bo powerful i
enough to'Withstand them. Then the
world will have lasting peace and men
everywhere will live in security in full
enjoyment of thq work of Iheir bauds
and the, fruit of their industry.
The  union   of   tho  race will surely j
come   about.    Tho  greatest   minds in
Great Britain and her colonies approve :
of   it,   and   the  best element in  the
United Stales, iho men who   are leaders of thought and shapers of action iu
the virile   republic,    see   that   destiny i
points   in   that  direction.    And when
the two nations come  together, facing
with firmness a reactionary world, the
forces of opposition will  beat against
them in vain.
..CONTRACTORS..
Arc Saving Money every day
on their Hardware Bills by
allowing us to figure with them.
Get Our Prices
Estimates Cheerfully Given,
RAILS
ORE CARS, T
and all MINE SUPPLIES.
awrence Hardware Co'y.
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 Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
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LIBERAL   CONTRIBUTIONS.
A woll conducted hospital is a blessing in any community, but more
especially in a mining district whero
men are daily exposed to injury from
one cause or another, and such an institution, serving as it does the
Btranger and tho wayfarer, turning no
sufferer away from its door, is deserving, all tho assistance it may ask for
from the public. The Nelson hospital
for   somo   time was  equal to  all  de-
The Canadian Mining Review is not
ti carefully edited paper. Vur instance in the August* issue, page 302,
it, publishes the opinion of a person
whom it designates as "a correspondent in the west" who, speaking of the
Silver Queen mine at Burton, refers to
it as "a deliberate and well-plotted
attempt to inveigle a gnllable eastern
public." At page 2IS of the same
issue work on the mine is described
and tho lode shown to assay '' from $50
to $400 principally in silver, but carrying from $10 to $12 in gold. " Both
statements cannot bo right. Wliich is
the truth? Iu fairness to the Silver
Queen people tho Mining Review
should explain.
CAMPERS., PROSPECTORS,
PICKNICKERS, EXCURSIONISTS
iiiut fill tliope wbo are trying to avoid the heat of the cook stove these  wmm (Jays
days by nRiujr FometbwR tasty in tiie line of Corned Meats, Fisti and Poultry
will be prenfcly relieved and wonderfully benefitted by looking over the
following list.   We mention n few of the most popular lines
all in titiS ready for use.
Corned Uut. Elonsl Beef, i'Illppcil I>rlr<l Reef; Hulled Million. Itoimt
trillion Uu roi Ton git o. Ltimb'H Tongue, iiniicd stuhiiif, t'liii'k-rn l'nt*r<
I'tir trhlgc l*n I Ct Wild Duck l*atc�� <:>nnii Cl) token* iiuck nml Turkey, Morloil'i* KIpiM'n'ii ifniiii;:. .��limited llitlllmt, Miii-sUhU'm
feCiMCll Herring nnd I innnii Huddle", l,��bsler, ���--> purl Nine n SiirdlneH,
Hitr(IInes In Muslim). I'Ir* Feet nlso Minces, IMebles. 4'alMips iMess-
ir*n>., Mm lis,  lie., lie.
Have you tried the Geneva Sausage in Tins, very tine.
Prompt delivery lo all parts oil the eity and special attention lo Mail Orders.
M. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
Yesterday's paper contained (ho report of the death of three men hy the
premature explosion of a blast whieh
one of theni ignited with a socop
spoon. If warnings wore needed of
tho peril attending attempts to extract
a charge from a drill holo with a steel
spoon they could be multiplied indefinitely. Yet it is a practico which
scores of  fatalities have failed to stop.
PETER GENELLE ft  CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
We arc 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.
The number of dead ami wounded in
and around Omdrnnian   after tho combined British and  Soudanese force got j
throrgh work thero was  27,000.    This j
was a terrible gleaning on  the field of
war     Yet this geat sacrifice of human J
life was necessary to open the way for
civilization in these parts.
OFFICE AND YARD C.  P. R.
STATION     .    .    .
A.    E.    YOUNG,   AGENT.
Official Directory.
DOMINION' DIRECTORY.
Governor-General       ���        Karl if Aberdeen
Premier        - Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Common?, Dominion Parliament, Vi est Kootenny Hewitt Rostock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.-Governor ��� Hon T R Molnnes
Premioi - Hon Chas Semlin
Attorney-General Hon Joseph Martin
Minislerof Finance - lion V C Cotton
Minister Mines anil Education   Hon J P Humo
Pres Executive Council      Hon Dr McKechnio
Member Legislative Assembly tor Nelson Hiding - Hon .1 F Hume
KELSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor - - John Houston
Aldermen���Chas Hillyer, W F Teetzel, J A
Gilker, J J Mnlono, E P Whalley, Thos Madden.
City Clerk
Police Magistrate
Chief of Police
Chief of Fire Department
Auditor
Water Commissioner
Ileallh Ofllcer
City Engineer
City council meets every Monday, 3 p.m., at
city hall, eor Victoria and Josephine st
SCHOOL TKU8TKE8.
Dr. E C Arthur. Dr. GAD Hall, Geo John
stone.   Prlnolpal���J It Green.
SOUTH KOOTENAY HOARD OF TRADE.
President J Uodoriek Robertson.
James Lawrence.
John A Turner.
J If Strachan
E A Crease
A  F McKinnon
W J Thompson
John Hamilton
T M Ward
Dr. Lallan
A. L. M'Culloeh
Vlco President
Secy Treas.
KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL
President John A. Turner
Viro-Pres. W. A. Jowett.
Secretary I). McArthur
Treai. - j a Forin
Medical S'.pl. . Dr. G. ABlIall
Close
8.00 p.m
?.30 a.m
1.00 p m
H.II0 p.m
NELSON POSTOFFICE
'nitcd Slates, Ontario, Que
beoand Eastern Provinces
Points on N. & F. S. Hi
Virioriaand Rossland.
New I leaver, Sandon and
91ooan bike Poinls.
Kaslo nnd Kootenay Lake
Points
Roflsland. Trail, Nakusp,
Itobson, points on main line
('. P. It., Vancouver and
Winnipeg
Duo
5.15 p.m.
2.30 p.m.
7.15 a.m.
7.00 a.m.
It is said that Germany will send
representations tb (he peace, conference
suggested by the czar of Russia. But
there is little hopi; of Germany laying
down her arms. Emperor Williams
utterances in Westphalia, where lie
eulogized the army as Germany's pro- ;
toetion and strength had anything but
the tone of a man with a respect for
peace.
Something will have to be done to
improve the electric light service in
this eity. Every night about ten
o'clock the lights grow dim and often
show nothing  but*  a red streak iu the
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
('amps supplied on shortest notice and Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock.
.Markets at Nelson and Vmir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
OrFICK 1I0UK8.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Genoral
Delivery, 8 a,m, to 8 p.m.;  Registration, 8.30
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Money Orders and Savings Bank
0 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Sunday 1 hour (10 to 11 a.in).
J. A. GILKER, Postmaster.
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Government Inspector of Agencies W J Goepel
Gold Commissioner
Mining KccordorTax Col
Collector of Customs
Provincial Assessor
County Court Judge
Registrar
inspector of Schools
O. G. Dennis
R F Tolmie
Geo. Johnstone
John Keen
J A Forin
ETHSInipkins
William Itnrns
PROVINCIAL JAIL DIRECTORY'.
Warden Capt, N. Fitzstubbs
First Jniler - ���        R. Liddell
Second Jailer Goo. Partridge
Third Jailer - John McLaren
Senior Guard R, [noe
Clll'll'H  DIRECTORY.
Cnuncn op Eniii.anii-Matin 11 a.m.; Even
Souk, "to p in. every Sundny. Holy Communion en 'st and 8rd Sundays in llie month after
M.uins; on 2ml and 1th Sundays, at 8 a.m.
SundaySchool at 2.30 p.m. Rev. U.S. Ake-
liurst. Rector.   Cor Ward and Silica streets.
PRESBYTRHIAN OHUROH -Servicesat, 11 a.m.
and 7.30 pin. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meel inn Thursday evening nt 8 p.ni.;
Christian Endeavor Society meets every Monday evening ut 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Prow,
Pastor.
Methodibt   Cnuncn���Corner silica nnd
Josephine Streets. Services at 11 a in. nnd 7.30
p. in. ; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.in.; Prayer meeting on Friday evening at. 8 o'clock; Kpworth
League C, IC, Tuesday al 8 a.m. Rev. John
Robson, Pastor.
Roman Catholic Ciiuhcii���Mass at Nelson
every Sunday at Sand 10.30 a.m.; Benediction
at 7.30 to 8p.m.   Rev. Father Ferland, Priest.
Baptist Ciiuhcii ��� Services morning and
evoningnt 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 p.ni.; Meetings
aro held in tho school houso. Strangers cordially welcomed.   Kev. G. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Ahmy-Services every evening
at 8 o'clock in barracks on Victoria slreet.
Adlutant Millncr in charge
LODGE MEETINGS.
NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. P. &A.
M. meets second Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
G. L. Lennox, Secretary.
I. O. O.  F.     Kootenay Lodgo
P No. lit, meets every Monday night,
at  their  Hall,  Kootenay street.
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordinlly invited.
A. H. Clements, N. G.      Pred J Squires, Sec.y
mauds upon it, but with the growth lamps or go out altogether. Many
of this city in population, and the j complaints are heard and it cannot be
large iuflux'of pooplo which has taken j said that there is no ground for them.
place into surrounding  districts tribu-1
nry to Nelson, thero have come calls | Col. John Hay should goijaek to his
upon the institution which renders in- own people with a high opinon of
orease in its capacity imperative, if all Britishers. Certainly they covered
applicants  are to rccoive  the  expert him with honor.
A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
REAL ESTATE BROKER
���������������f ���������������������������
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.
NELSON   LODGE   No. 25, K. of  P.,
A��\meot,s in Castle hall, McDonald hlock
.Jslevory second and fourth Tuesday evon-
'Tliiig ul. 8 o'cloek.   All visiting knights
'cordially Invited,
It. G. Joy, O. C.
(820) Gko. RoshK. of R.andS.
NELSON   LODGE,   I. O. G. T,      Mee1-,jn |
Castlo Hall, McDonald Hlock, overy Moi.-Eiy |
evoning  at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Tompl'"s cordially invited, John Telf-mA,
Chief Templar.
J. P, Jaeobson   Sec'y I
NELSONS   QUEEN   NO.  241 I
SONS    OK     ENGLAND,  incetil
second and fourth Wednesday of I
each month nt K. of P. Hall. Mac r
Donald Block,   cor. Vernon   undl
Josephine streets.   Visiting breth-f
rn cordially invited. Eknkst Kino, I
Chas. H. Fakkow, Worthy President J
Secretary.
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 meoli|
1st and 3rd Wednesday in each month in 111
K of P Hall.   P W Swanell, C. D. S. C. R.I J U|
Green, C.R.; J. Purkiss, Secy.
NELSONLODGK.NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meel
overy  Thursday in tho I.O.O.P.  hall.    G  C]
Williams. M,W,; W S Smith, Rec.-Scc; J.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver and
P. M. W. '
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1602 meets in tho Mc!
Donald  block every Thursday cvtning at
o'clock.   Visiting members cordially inTitod
John Toyo W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.8. THE MINER, SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER io, 1898.
GENERAL LOCAL HEWS
EVENTS   OF    INTEREST   IN   AND
AROUND NELSON.
Uriel'    Vi-ndnti     nl'    Happenings   lii   lhe
District lulling llie ����������!
Few Dnys.
The electric light went out as usual
as 10 o'clock.
Fall   opening   of   ladies jackets anil
I capes on Monday at P. Irvine & Go's.
J, A. Gilker received a large ship-
iinent of goods from the Bast yeslcr-
'day.
The Rev. 0. Vi. Gordon will   preach
in the Presbyterian ohuroh  on Sunday
[evening.
T. G. Procter spent il conple of days
in   Kaslo   and   vicinity   this week   on
II ining business.
Mr. McMartin, contractor, came
{home from Brooklyn Oil yesterday
^evening's train.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Shanks, of the
[Windsor hotel, Brooklyn, arrived in
[the city last night.
Among (hose registered al the Hume
|are G. A. Carlson, Kaslo; and R. W.
; Hiddell, Pilot* Pay.
George Bigelow has agreed to furnish four Highland pipers for the
Spokane Fruit Pair.
Wanted,���Furnished house; must V.e
convenient   to business   centre.    Send
��� terms, etc.,  to Miner otiice.
Geo. L. Courtney and   W. II. Langley. both from Victoria, left   for Kaslo
eslerday afternoon on the Kokanee.
Pred   Irvine   &   Co.  will   hold,   on
: Monday   next,   their   fall   opening   of
ladies   capes,    jackets   and   dress ma-
1 tori ais.
Among Ihose registered at the Phair
nre   Thomas   Conian, Toronto;   T.  K.
Ella,    Vancouver,    and   K.  K.    Neill,
[ Spokane.
Mr.   R,   Hcdly   lias   chartered tho
[launch Hercules,   and   today   goes up
[river with a largo party of friends for
(a day's picnicing.
H. B. Haultain and Charles Parker
Iwent up to inspect the Juno group ou
[Athabasca mountain yesterday. They
[aro expected back today.
Attention is directed to the advertisement nl' the miiting of the
(Hoard of Trade next Monday, which
[appears ill another column.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Wilson, who
���have been spending a few days holiday at the Halcyon Hot Springs arc
expected back on Sunday night.
Thc force of men at win k at   the   Le
[Roi mine at   Hossland   has   been   increased to 326 and 860 tons of   ore   are
[being shiped daily to the smelter.
Mrs. John Hamilton gave a dance at
|hor home on Victoria .street last night,
I'l'liiTo was  a merry  company  present
nnd all Ilioroughly enjoyed thomselves
Y. Hoshi of the Nelson Cafe is r -
i'civing eastern oysters daily wliich he
Herves cooked in any style. He will
ilso give a big dinner on Sunday,
from i :30 to S p. in.
A   private   telegram   from   Victoria
���ist night stated that the  case  of   Dr.
���U'thur vs. thc. City of Kelson,the elcc-
li'ic light case, was slill being argued,
Lud that it was   unlikely  to terminate
or several days.
Prom a note in the Hossland Leader
ft would appear that Hossland has
leveral cases of typhoid fever. Nelson
annot* claini absolute immunity in
lhat. respect, but it should be rcineni
le.rcil that, with the exception of two
three cases, all have come iii from
lutlying districts.
There has been a change mado In
the trips of the steamer Ainsworth.
Slienow leaves Nelson for Bonner's
Ferry and way points on Mondays,
Wednesdays anil Fridays at 1 p. in.,
instead of 2 :ii0 p. in., as heretofore.
This change came iuto force yester-
jday.
Tho Vernon-Nelson Telephone company, whose No. 10 hard drawn copper
wire has, as previously announced in
I Tho Miner, been strung into Green-
i wood City, through Greenwood camp,
Grand Porks and Cascade City, is
doing good business. The line is working excellently.
Considerable speculation arose last
night over a reflected fire which ap-
Deared behind the mountains in tho
direction of Sloean City. Tho general
opinion was that it was not a forest
fire. It is to he hoped that Slocan
City has not been visited a second
timo in so short an interval by tho
fire fiend.
T. II. Archhold and Major Little
have returned from a week's hunting
trip in tho hills. They went in by
Hover creek, by way of the Whitewater, returning by the same route.
Tbey report only fair sport,as, though
they. shot plenty of grouse, they saw
neither bear nor deer.
Fall assizes will lie held as follows:
Nelson, Tuesday, Sept. 20; Clinton,
Thursday, Sept, 22; Richfield, Mondav,    Sept.    2li;   Kamloops,    Mondav,
Oct. 8 r Lytton, Friday. Oct. 14; Vernon, Monday, October 10; New Westminster, Tuesday, Nov. 1 ; Vancouver,
Monday. Nov. 14; Victoria, Tuesday,
Nov. 16,  Nanaimo, Tnseday, Nov. 23.
J. Pitcairn, arrested for using insulting language to a lady on Thursday
night, appeared before Police Magistrate Crease yesterday. As the lady
did not appear to give evidence he was
dismissed with a warning. It is stated
lhat on a previous oeeassion he insulted three ladies who had to run
into Teetzcl's drug storo for protection.
The council of lhe Hoard of Trade
has a conference .yesterday with the
cuslom inspeotor with reference to the
delays experienced in getting freight
out nf bond. The inspector promised
lo remedy the difficulties, and a representative of the customs will be sent*
down to the depot to release goods iu
the forenoon, as well as in lhe afternoon. Formerly he only went down
once a day at 5 p. m
A HARMONY   IN   COLOR
i the inside or outside walla nf yonr bouse
nans rest and ploaauro for lhe eye.
ETyou have doeldod on Uie shades you need
exterior or interior decoration, permit usio
your  ordor.    We  hnvo    PAINTS    rend)*
Ixed and also Dry Colors, Oils, etc., to mako
ly dosired lone. Tho quality is excellent, lhe
I'ors bolng periiiiineiit nnd tne Oils ensuring
T'lil .durability.
)ur Prices on these goods and Brushes of
.vy description, is moderate,
Importers of
|eavy and Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
NEW  LOCATIONS.
Nelson.
Sept. S���
Morning Soverign���-Pred Irvine, on
Morning mt, adj Speculator on w.
Kootenay   Star���G. Haillod, on Bird
ck, % mi s of Kootenay river.
Sept. !)���
Monogram���T. lt. Plochberger, on
Siwash mt, at head of n fork of Salmon river, adj Shelley on w.
Monadnock���Vi. H, Crawford, at
head of Kokanee ok, bet Smuggler
and Achilles.
Maud M (fraction l���J. Ryan,at head
nf s fork of Barrett ck and e fork of n
1'nrk of Salmon river, adj Porto Rico
nn n and Rioo nn s.
Daly���P. Daly, F. C. Risdon, at
head of -1th s fork of Porcupine ck, adj
Quartz farm on s.
field then the cogs of legislation are
sot in motion; and when wo see an
iniquitous traffic causing directly the
deaths of 500 men and women annually
in Canada surely it. i.s time that a prohibition law should be enacted.
Your correspondent quotes tho failure of the local Option law in Amherst, N. tt., to prove that prohibition
will not prohibit but his argument is
lame. Because one law will not effect
its object is no reason to suppose that
another one cannot bo framed that
will. Besides, if flocal option failed,
which is not proven, the temperance
people are not to blame since they did
not ask for it; it was given by he
government as a compromise instead
of prohibition. And it is just as weak
to say that prohibition will be ineffective to save the next generation
because the law will not l.e universal
and the children'will emigrate to other
countries and there contract bad
habits. Even if if thoy did thsy would
yet have the satisfaction of knowing
that wo hnd dono our duty. Ought
wo to repeal our vaccination law because Turkey hasn't got one and our
children might go there and contract
the small pox? It would lie dosirabla
that prohibition should be universal
but some ono must begin it and who
more likely than our own enlightened
people. I agree with "Anti-Cant"
that it is wise to try to develop a
strong character in the young people
but the strongest may fall when beset*
on every hand by temptation. The
young men without, homes in this
country are subjected to temptations
that might well appall a moral giant.
And it is not foolish to object to legislation in this matter because "people
break laws.'' Shall we then, repeal
our laws against murder, stealing,
etc., becauso they aro sometimes violated? Some lawless people may be
incited to drink becauso thc law forbids it, but I believe tho great major
ity of our countrymen have a great respect for tho law of our laud and
would not indulge if drinking were
under its ban. Tho ilieit still nightmare is a freak of the imagination.
I doubt if tho men in "broad cloth
and tine linen" would be willing to
admit tliat they are the heaviest
drinkers. If they are. they ought to be
ashamed of it, for they know better.
Where do we lind the saloons, ou Nob
Hill or in the poorer localities? Unfortunately drinking is prevalent
among all clases but it comes heaviest
upon the poor 11111' it would bc. a gracious act in the wealthy to deny themselves if in so doing they would alleviate (he distress of tlieir follows. The
liquor men who are disgusted wilh
tlieir business aro not such rarieties as
"Anti-Cant" supposes. More than
one such have assured me personally
that they would gladly get out, but
competition is so keen in other employments that thoy were forced to do
what* they were doing much against
their will. I hold that prohibition
would relieve this awful pressure in
business, money being turned into
better channels and thus give them tho
opening they seek.
I must apologize Mr. Editor, for
writing at such length but so many
points were touched upon that it was
impossible to condense. Thanking you
tor your courtesy tho "ill-natured person" signs himself,
G. R. WELSH.
Nelsou, Sept. !).
Opening of fall   jackets on   Monday
at* P. Irvine & Co. 's.
MIN1NO    fPANSFKRS.
Where no eonsi leration   is named in transfers
the nominal snm of*l  is to he understood.
Nelson.
Sept. 8���
Empire���D, J. Steel   to A. B. Gray,
t.<.
Quoonstoii���J.    Thompson  to   A. B.
Gray, '.,.
Sept. !)���
Truro���E, J. Wheelden to W. C.
Williams, $101), %.
Nelson, Golden Star, Alallen, Lome
and Gold Bay���Prank Provost, Norman Stewart aud H. W. Farrell to
Thomas Allan, };,.
Opening of fall jackets on Monday at
P. Irvine & Co. 's.
COMMUNICATIONS.
THE  PROHIBITION  QUESTION.
To the Editor of The Miner:
Sir:���I ask tho courtesy of spaco iu
your valuablo paper to reply to your
correspondent "Anti-Cant" who has
taken up the cudgels in behalf of the
liquor interest against prohibition.
In "Anti-Cant's" rather amusing
epistle we havo a very good example
of "kettle calling pot black." He
accuses me of being ill-tempered and
says my letter was coarse and offensive, but if ho will review what has
appeared in your columns on this
subject he will find I have carefully
refrained from calling names and the
abuse is on tho other side. Perhaps
my letter was a littlo sharp but the
articles against which it was directed
called for drastic measures. I am glad
to seo that, tho writer of those articles
took it in a manly spirit.
It is truo as your correspondent*
says, "every man is a prohibition law
in himself" and if only himself wore
concerned we might* leave him to work
out* his own salvation, but unfortunately in this caso "nono of us livoth to
himself" and we all, to a greater or
less extent,are involved in tho downfall
of tho victims of strong drink. The
traffic affects the well-being, not only
of tho individual but of the home, of
society, of the moral and finaneial
interests of tho nation. If a farmer
sows his farm with thistles it is his
own look-out, but when tho down begins   to   fly   over into his  neighbors'
Pred Irvine & Co. will hold, noxt
Monday next, their fall opening of
ladies capes, jackets and dress materials.
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A GRAND
Labor Demonstration
will bc held at
ROSSLAND
Sept. 19 6 20
$2000 IN PRIZES $2000
WHATTHE DR. OHDKRED\(t I V A T)T A V
"  *�� '    ' PACIFIC
RAILWAY
and   SOO--PACIFIC LINK
IT Ynu Hate a Hubby for some particular
Medicine or Drug and dont like tc be offered a
substitute, como here when you need a new
supply. Wo aro prelly sure to havo it. Evcry-
Ihini; lhal a wi'll stocxed Drug Store usually
carries, nml a Ureal Mnny Tilings Resides,
ean bo found on our shelves
'Iho purity of tho Drug-* sold by us and tho
accuracy of our prescription department Insures to our customers just " What the Doctor
Ordered,"
Canada Drug & Book Co.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. MTIME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwall)
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Phair Hotel.
NELSON. B.C. P. O. BOX 583.
Extended experience in Chile and German
.South Africa. Assays and analysis of ores.
Reports and valuations 011 mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up by contract.
International Navigation k Trading Company.
LIMITED
Summer Card. Effective Juno 20,1898.
Subject to change without notice.
South b'nd.   s. s. luteriintlonal.   Norlh b'nd
itend down Read up
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Rnndon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
"   Ar  3.45   "     Knslo     8 00   "       "    Lv
Boat Lvs. 3.80a.m. Kaslo    8.30p.m. BoatAr
"     1.30   " Ainsworth 7.30    "        "    "
"    5 00   " Pilot Bay (U5	
"5 30   "   Balfour   8.10	
"    Ar   6.40   " 5 Mile Pt. 5.25    "        "    "
"     7.15   "    Nelson    4.45    "        "   Lv
Train "   10.05 p.m. N'thport 1.55    "  Train   "
"     "   11.20   " Kossland 12.05 a.m.   '���
"     "    3.10   " Spokano   8.30    "      "       "
Sandon-Kaslo  train daily.   Boat and   Spokane train daily except Sundny.
8. 8. Alberta.
Traiii Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
'���   Ar  3.45   "    Kaslo    8.00   "        "    Lv
Boat Lvs 5.00   "     Kaslo    1.00   "      Boat Ar
"     6.20  "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.     "
"      "    7.00   " Pilot* Bay 11.00   "        "      "
"      "   10.00   " Kuskon'k 8.00   "        "      "
"   12.00 m.GontRiverfi.OO	
"     1.00 a.m. Bonndary 5.00   "        "      ���'
" Ar      8.00  " B'rs Ferry 2.00   "        "     Lv
Train Lv 11.40  " B'rs Ferry 1.15   "    Train Ar
"   Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokane 7.50 a.m.    "     Lv
Sandon-Kaslo train daily.   Boat leaves Kaslo
for above points  Tuesdays and   Saturdays
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Special Kootenay Lake Service.
Commencing 20 Juno, 1898.
On Monday, Thursday and Friday S. S
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
Pilot Bay and Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 a.m., Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Baslo,
calling at all way points.
(All times are subject to change without notice.
LABOR PARADE
HORSE RACES
FIREMEN'S TOURNAHENT
DRILLING   CONTEST
For particulars sec Program or
write the Secretary of Labor Committee.
J. ELMORE TAYLOR,
P. O. Box 3, Rossland, B. C.
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TIE  MAKERS
WANTED.
Experienced Tio Makers can get steady work
ot Nakusp.   Apply immediately to
PETER GENELLE & CO.,
Nakusp, B. C.
Meals and berths not included.
Passcngors on S. S. International from Nel
son, Spokane, etc., for points on Kootenay
Lake south of Pilot Bay, will connect at that
point with the S. S. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Albcrtn, from
points south of Pilot Bay, can, by arrangement
with purser, have stop-over at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. S. International
at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lake and Slocan points with all points in the
United States and Canada; by way of Spokane
and Kootenay River.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our office.
G. ALEXANDER. Gon. Mgr.
P. O. Box 122. Kaslo. B.C
REISTERER & CO.,
THE DIKECT and SUPER-
I0R SERVICE ROUTE
To Eastern and Etnopean Points.
To   Pacific,   Coast, China, Japan
and Australia   Points.
Tourist Cars
Pass Revelstoke
Daily to St. Paul.
Daily (except Wednesday) to Eastern Canadian and U.S. Points
Tickets   issued through and Bag-
gape checked to destination.
DAILY TRAIN.
To Rossland and  Main   Line points
6.40p m.-Lcnvcs-NELSON���Arrives-iO.jOp.m
Koatruny Lake��� Knslii Koute.
Str. Kokanee
Kxnept Sunday. Except Sunday
1   p.m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrivos���11   a.m
Knnlenny Itiver Itoute.
Stu. Nelson.
Except Sunday Except Sunday
7 a.m.���Leaves-NELSON-Arnvos--10.30 p.m.
Outward connection Pilot Bay with Str. Kokanee. but inward such connection isnotguar*
anteed.
Steamers on their respective routes call at
regular Landings in both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Trains  In and from  Slocan fIly, Sandon
anil Sloean  Lake  Points.
(Sundays Excepted)-
9 a. m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���2.20 p. m.
Asobrtain Present
Reduced Rates East
and full information by addressing nearest
locnl agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Ticket
Agent, Nelson,
\V. F. ANDERSON, E. J. COYLE,
Tra v. Pass. Agent,      Dist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver.
IC
E
Iii Carload Lo t
FOR SALE BY ... .
SHOOK & ARNOT
Slocan TUvcr Mill*, Slocan City, B. 0.
Sawmill for sale, Correspondence Solicited.
GENTS  #   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned, Pressed
una Dyed by the New Process at
Reasonable Prices,
STEVENS,  The Tailor..
Room 9. Hillyer Bi.k.,  NELSON.
P. S.���Ladies Wool Dress Uoods Sponged
before Making Up,
Brewers of Fine l^iRer
Beer and Porter.
Drop  in   anil seo   uh.
NELSON.
B.C.
NELSON
SODA   WATEK FACTORY.
miii-iiom: ko. 31.
Manufacturers of
AuL CARBONATED WATERS.
Halcyon Hot Spring*  Water Aerated and
Supplied to llie Trade.
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!
WHAT
DO
YOU
WANT
For One Cent a Word?
You can find a buyer for "Any
Old Thing" if you advertise.
linssilleil Advertisements.
All advertisements in is column nre
a 1 cent a word each insertion. No nd-
*���   vertisement taken for less thnn 25 conts.
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FOR SALE
FURNITURE FOR SALE,
A party leaving town wishes to sell a nice
lot of new furniture.   For information apply
at Miner oflieo. 106
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED.���Throe or four roomed houso  in
central location.   Addross Miner olilce.
WANTED. ���Situations as first nnd second
cook. Will lake chargo of a boarding house
or camp. Best of references. Apply nt this
offlco.
WANTED���A situation ns Engineer or Mn
chinist. Good refrenccs. Address "K," Miner
Office. 10!)
FOUND.���A small key, National Cash Register.   Apply "Miner" office.
MUSIC LESSONS.-On pinno organ or
guitar, by Mrs. W. J. Astley, Robson street,
two doors west of Stanley.   P. O. llox 180.
NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Baker Street.
Wanted-
���Furnished House.
2 Chambermaids
4 Girls for Houso Work.
10 Men, $2.25 per day.
J. H. Love, THE MINER   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER  10,  1898.
Scotch   1 arcuatge.   He   emigrated   to
1S93      PROVINCIAL      1898
lEXHIBITION!
The London Dailies Dismiss
Ooi. Hay
under Ihe direction nf
WITH WORDS OF PRAISE
Canada in 1881, and settled in Montreal, where he resided until ISA2
Ihence removing to Kingston, Out.
where he engaged in the foundry busi-
ness, erecting the Outario foundry
now lhe Canada locomotive works.
R il iriug fron | heOntaiio ha established
lhe Gove street foundry, in 184P, and I The Royal Agricultural and Industrial
continued to run it until 18C0, iu
which year he and his son, Vi. IB.
Hmieyniaii, went to Colorado, nnd
after n residence of two years there,removed to the Pacific coast, arriving in
PortlandJ in December, 1882,_he having been a resident of the city up to
the time of his death.
Messrs. J. A. and W. B. Honeyiiuin.
of this city, are sons of the deceased.
esoss9sss��s98������s8e9S8��ss9e��esessas?iB9s?ess9-s?��?6^j��
The Angle-American Alliance is Approved
of and the Ambassador is Wished
God Speed-
THK ARMIES OV EUROPE.
London, Sept. ().���The Times commenting this morning on the presentation of the congratulatory address to
Colonel Hay, yesterday by �� committee
of the Anglo-American league, snys:
"The words of Mr. Hay though spoken
unofficially, acquire special import
wheu the position ho has filled and the
oue he is going to are considered.
The Daily News, says: "Tbe
deeper note of the ceremony was one
of regret. We have beeii spoiled by
good American ambassadors and as one
leaves us we are naturally haunted by
the apprehension that our luck may
turn. If we keep tbo line of conduct
indicated in the address and Colonel
Hay's reply, without noisy demonstration about brotherhood, and especially
without any attempt to reduce the
thing to treaties, we shall make great
progress.''
The Standard says: "It would be
unadvisable to force the pace. When
tlie Americans are educated up to the
point of desiring a real alliance, even
if it is an alliance armament which
would shock peace loving potentates
we shall not be found backward. M.
Hay was not merely using conventional
rhetoric when he said clear and
friendlv understanding is a necessity
of civilization.''
The Daily Chronicle says: "The
United States ambassador not only
puts a great truth in impressive, form,
hut speaks as a man who assuredly
deals with cold facts. ''
Morning Post: "The idea of au
Anglo-American entente is but a plant
of tender growth and will not stand
forcing or being treated as a sturdy
tree. Thf, British public are sorry to
lose Mr. Hav, but emphatically wish
his work God speed. "
YMIR   NOTES.
Mining News From   the  Busy Quartz
Creek Camp.
Prospectors and miners report that a
great deal of development work is
being done at present on Hidden creek
is fast coming to the front, and will
soon be one of the most prominent sections in the district.
E. L. Page aud Dave Grobe have
been doing considerable work on the
Independence on Wild Horse creek.
Assays as high as $1'*2S in gold to the
ton have been received from tins property. The ledge on the Independence
in five feet wide, and the value of the
ore increases with depth.
Somo splendid specimens of ore have
been brought into the camp and are
now being prepared to be sent to the
Spokane fruit fair. The mineral exhibit will be a special feature of the
fair, and the Ymir district should seo
that it is equally as well represented
as any district iu the Kootenay. Let
all tne miners and prospectors give
this matter their especial attention
nnd seo that there is not a mine or
prospect in tho district that is not
represented iu the mineral exhibit.
C. W. McArthur, who has the contract, for building the stamp mill for
tho Canadian Paciiic, Exploration company, owners of the Porto Rico mine,
was in the city last Tuesday and reports the work progressing nicely.
The boarding house and the bunk
houso are completed at thu mill site,
and now the men have commodious
quarters.
August Johnson, of Nelson, has
taken a contract from Wilson Bros, to
sink a shaft on the Canadian Belle.
Day and night shifts have been employed, and Mr. Johnson intends to
rush the work in completion.
Louis Herman, of Knslo, has taken
a contract to sink 100 feet* on the Iroquois mine on Hidden creek. This
proporty is owned by Morris, Winslow
aud Baiinon, and is considered ono of
tho best properties on Hidden creek.���
Ymir Miner.
Mr.
A GOOD MAN'S   DEATH.
John     lloniymaii   of   Portland
Passes Peacefully Away.
John Hoiieyniaii the vetran fimnrdy-
liiaii of the City foundry and machine
shops of Portland died on Sunday last
at the ripe old age of N!l years. Death
was caused by a general dissolution
due to his advanced age. He had
known for months that he had but
little longer to live and having settled
all his business quietly awaited the
coming of his last grim visitor.
As tho end was drawing nigh lie
called tho members of the family who
wero in the city to his bedside and
after having arranged bis business
affairs and giving directions as to bis
whhos with his every faculty unimpaired lie waited the end in perfect
peace, repeating the promises and
cheering tho sorrowing relatives with
a calm contldeneo and faith beautiful to
witness.
Mr. Honeyinan was bom in Glasgow-,   Scotland,   August   13,   181*5, of
Number of Men Who Would Lay Dowu
Arms if the Czar's Plan Carried.
Russia possess llie largest standing
army on earth and each year it grows
in size. Every year some 2S0jO0O conscripts join (be Russian forces, which
in times of peace number 1,000,000
men. On a war footing this rises to
2,500,000 and calling out the reserves
Wpuld increase it to li,HIT,0(10 will-
trained soldiers. Should necessity
arise the militia would be culled out.
bringing the czar's forces un to 11,000,-
000 men.
France conies next with a standing
army of sflS.ooo men riBing to 2.600,-
000 iu time of war, while the calling
out of the reserves would bring it to
4.870,000. Despite tbis tlie regular
army is increasing yearly.
Tho German army numbers 585,000
in times of peace. War would briug
it to 2,230,000 and the reserves added
mako the number of men 4,1100,000.
The peace army of Austria-Hungary
numbers 365,000; in war it would le
2,500,000, and with the reserves 4,000, ���
000.
Forces are being reduced in Italy lie-
cause the people are too poor to pay
the necessary taxes. The standing
army is therefore but 174.000, war
bringing it up to 1,487,000, tho reserves making the force 2,200,000.
Great Britaiu has a standing armv
of 220,000, bnt calling out the reserve
forces puts 720.000 men under command,  ���
Every ninth person in France is a
trained soldier; in Germany tbere is a
soldier to every 12 persons and every
six males. Russia has such a large
population that iu spite of her big
army only one man out of 14 is a
fighter. Every five families in France
contribute three soldiers, livery other
Austrian household has one member in
the army and the same state exists in
Germany. Every third family in
Italy has some one iu lie army.
Mantle  opening
Co's., Monday.
at Fred  Irvine   &
LABOR DEMONSTRATION.
On Sept. 11) and 20 a grand labor
celebration wiil be held in Kossland.
An extensive and attractive programme has been prepared, and money
prizes to the extent of $2000 will be
given. Tho events comprise a labor
parade, horse races, a firemen's tournament, and a drilling contest.
A DROP   IN   STOCKS.
New York, Sept. !).���There was
further drastic liquidation in the stock
market todav, at au expeuso to prices
of stocks of between $1 and $2 per
share in a great many cases.
TO OPEN  LONDON'S   FAIR,
London, Out., Sept. !). ���Sir Oliver
Mowat has promised to open the
Western Fair hero on Tuesday next.
IN THE BALL FIELD.
ttmt.  9.
Ottawa 0.
-Ai   Toronto���Toronto    0,
Society of British Columbia. (A
OCT. 5 to 13 inclusive!
B
ft
8
-AT-i
New Westminster
in coiijuction Willi the
Citizens'Grand Yearly Celebration
$18,000 ���  '��- ��$18,000
THE FIRST TRIAL   8
���   8
of our Clothing is generally sufficient to ��\
make u lifo long customer. (9
We d' n't offer our goods bolow cofat, fl
because we have no desire to lose *>
money. Wo sell ut prices wbicb ure 8
sufficient to my for good material and 91
good worKimuisbip. Tbe size and vari- "
ety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as lo style und fit. Indeed M*e aro particular on these poinls.
Wo rather lose a sale tban pcrniiL unsatisfactory garmonts to leave tbe
store.
Those values cannot bo surpassed.
J. A. GILKER-
P. O. STORE.
The Premium Lis! is tin*. Largest
liver otlVml West of Toronto.
Py.-o-Spcctiicular Bombardment ol Santiago
de Cubu nnd Blow in;: up of the "Halnc."
Follow eil by 1111 up-to-dato Fire Works Display,
wbiob lins bean Hpeolally secured for Four
Nights ut an enormous expense
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle fleet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.  Open to the World.
The Finest Bauds in the Province
will provide Music.
Special riites out nil Railway and
Steamboat Lines
No entrance fees charged for Exhibits.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full information on application to
MAYOR OWENS
Chairman Gel. Com.
W
II. EDMONDS.
Secy. Col. Com.
T. J.TRAPP, ARTHUR 5IAL1NS,
Pros. It. A. & r. Soc.      Secy. U. A. & I. Soc.
\V. II. KEARY,
Exhibition Commissioner,
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l * NELSON CAFE  # X
��� ���
��� First Class In every respect ���
!������������������������������������������������������������������������^
T    Do you want a good Square meal for    ���
I     25 CENTS?     I
A TRY THE   NELSON   CAFE A
DINNER 12 TO 8
I First Class Cook Employed X
A
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A
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|y
A
A
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT        J
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HOSHI
Proprietor, a.
Mantle  opening at  Fred Irvine &
Co's., Monday.
Fall opening of ladies jackets and
capes on Mondny at F. Irvine & Co. 's.
TRUNKS
# TRAVELLING
TRUNKS
A Large  Variety   below   the
Ordinary Price.
NOTICE.
The regular monthly general h> 'obing of the
South Kootenay Board of Trado will hu held in
the Board room on Monday, Sept 12th at 8
o'clock p. in.
JNO. A.TUKXEK
Secretary.
ATLANTIC
Steamship Lines
Froni Montreal Or Quebec !
Heaver Line- Lake Huron Oct,  ft
tieavor Line-Lake Superior Oct, 12
Dominion Une���Vancouver Sept 17
Dominion Lino���Scotsman Sopt i"
AllAn   Line���California!).,.     Sept 22
Allan Line-Nutuidian Oct..   1
From New York
White star Lino���Teutonic   5opt2K I
White Star Line���Britannic Oct, ."���'
('miard Line���Lucania Oct.  1
Cunard Line -Etruria...    Oct. s
Allan State Une- State of Nebraska.., .Oct. itt
Allan State Line   Mongolian  ..Oct.   7
Anchor  Line���FurriL'Srdii Scpt2t
Anchor Line���Anchoria Oct. 22
(labln, $4100, ISO, *bO, 870 $80 and upwards.
Intermediate, 134.00ani upwards
Steerage, fjKWOand upwards,
Passengers ticketed through toalltiointsin
Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low
rates to all parts of the European conti lent.
Prepaid passages arratiged from all point*
Applv to GKO.  s. BEER,   ('.IMt.  rl eke.
Agent Nelsoh; or to.    WILLIAM STIT'J
65?)   General Agent* C.P.R, OfHoes, Winnipeg
Subscribe for The Miner!
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
I.IMITKD (ll22)
UBLSOW
ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
and JOINERS
������>���*���������"������������"������������
Whon requiring thoroughly Bensoned
limber should in>ply to
Tlie Kelson Planing Mill
T. W. i ill A V.
In stock,],00Q,G00ft.of Flooring.Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes mul
evory description of Joinery,
SS��SesesS9��S-������S*9<k9S9S9SS��9S9S9-S��S9S9SS����S9'
Tea Pots all Sizes
Butter Crocks
<*% PRESERVING JARS *?
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLI QA&. STONE WARE
Milk Pitchers ��
Bowls I
Pie ancl Pudding Dishes. ��
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ... .
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIGHT
Fresh Fruit ami Vegetables Every Morning.
Speciitl attention to Mail orders.
Baker St.
Kirkpatrickaml Wilson,
10.
2sTE"V7"
*
G-OOIDS
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth  Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C.
DRUGS AND ASSAYERS SUPPLIES.
GAMBLE b O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and General Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
FOR SALE         ..���*���������.
Corner Lot on Vernon St., with Building.   12 Lots in Hlnck
44F���Cheap,   2 Lets Cor. Josephine and Robson.
FOR RENT.^.^MNNMMaai*.
2 Lots and Dwelling near Cor Stanley St, on Observatory I
St., $12 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St, |
$20 per month.    House and 2 Luis, Houston St.  $15 mouth.
Call and see our full list of property for sale in   44Hume"|
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
We have Two Claims on Rover Creek For Snlo, cheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street, NELSON,   B.C.
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.
���%%>%* '%*-VWW'%'%<'W%'%'
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B. C
Charles D. J. Christie
INSURANCE,
GENERAL BROKER.
REAL ESTATE, MONEY TO LOA1]
Furnished House nml 2 lots, Cor. Cedar and Viotoria, Jf|j0.04
���4 roomed House, $14,00,   4 roomed House, $15.   3 r()iiiiieit"/u>uj
FOR RENT
4r
Cor. Stanley and Victoria, (20.00.
A large Boarding House, !fri5.
One Year
Half Year
One Jlonth
.BY MAIL OR   CARRIER.
st'KEEN noons am>   wimmihs MADE
TO OHIIEK.
f!emorrison,d.d.s.
$10.00 I     has taken over the practice of
$5,001     Dr.    H.   E.   Hall unci   is  pre-
$i.oo j     pared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   by latest methods. .  .
������,: Krokcn IIIH Mock linker HI.
FOR SALE������r> roomed Cottage, 2 lots, Cor Kootenav and Observatory, hid
finish, painted, good fence, $125().    2 good Lits, Addition "A" $40
lltlil.ll STREET, NELSON, B. C, OPPOSITE TOST Oil ll|
Cull and see our Wallace Acetylene Gus Machine.
St, Alice Natural Mineral Water
���FBOM THE���
FAMOUS HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
wbone curative qualities nre known nil over Canada.   Many Mineral Waters ci.|
tain   valuable mineral ingredients, bnt probably none in  America, having
same medical value, make such a line palatable beverage wben bottled.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVEl

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