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 Daily Edition No. 72.
Nelson, British Columbia, Monday Morning, August 1, 1898.
Eighth Year.
HIGH ART
A Shop unequalled anywhere, A Pattern after which all others model. Em- (.)
ploying experienced workmen wim are f ^
specialists. Make a shoe complete. Ke- /^
place any worn oui pari. Xo delay nor /<
long waiting. Kvery job satisfactory or -./
110 pay. Half soling ami heeling from j��J
Besl Leather ai l.owesi Prices. Free ( I
���aces. Free Patent Buttons. Free j
Button 1 looks. Sk
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WKST liAKP.R STKEHT.
GOII BISMARCK DEAD
The Iron Chancellor Passed
Away Saturday Night.
END CAME PEACEFULLY
! Waa a Groat Surprise to Everyone���A
Brief Skotch of tho Life of tlio
Great Germa'i State?uian.
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  uki uuuiw. ���Reduced Prices, |
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! Grand July Clearance Sa
We will offer for the next ten days all of onr entire stock
at  reduced   prices   with  Special   Reductions   on   the
.   .   .   following  lines  .   .   .
Summer Dress Goods,
Warm Weather Fabrics.
Ladles Shirt Waists,
Ladies' 1) Sc A Corsets.
Ladies' nnd Children's  Undervests.
Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves.
Ladies' Silk nnd Alpaca .Skirts.
Sailor Hats, Half Price.
Men's Underwear.
Men's Washington Ties.
Men'a Negligee Shirts.
Men's Fancy Cambric Shirts.
Men's Black Sateen Shirts.
Men's Duck and Manuel Suit.-
Men's Straw Hats.
Men's Pants and Overalls.
j Our Stock is Complete in House Furnisfiinos, I
! The   Commissioners    Will
Meet at Quebec
: POINTS TO BE SETTLED
, A Detailed List of Quostiuus Wliich Will
Bo Discussed by  Canadian and
Ainorican Commissioners
Washington, July iiO.���-tt is an-
[nounced that tbe first meeting of the
[joint high commission appointed by
Ithe United States and Great Britain to
[consider the various matters of ini-
Iportance between the United Slates
Innd Canada, will be held on August 2
land II at Quebec They are to consider
[in the main the following matters:
First���The question in respect to fur
[seals in the Bohriug sea and the. waters
lof the north Paoifio ocean.
Second���Provisions in respect to
[fisheries on the Atlantic and Paciiic
coasts in waters of common frontiers.
Third���Provisions for the delinialion
land establishment of tho Alaska-Con-
Julian boundary by legal and seientilic
(experts.
Fourth���Provisions  for   the  transit
nf   1 icrchandise   lo    or   from    either
���ni^'y across  the  intermediate   ter-
Iritory of   the  other, whether   by land
Or ,v/at ���?,   including   waterways, and
|hi   b'.ieuiato transit by sea.
, Co���Provisions relating to the
|�� .Jsit of merchandise froni one
oountry to be delivered at points in
If ho other beyond the frontier.
Sixth���Tho question of alien laws
(vppli0l%j8 I" I'1" subjects or citizens ot
'be XJumA Stales and Canada.
Seventh���Mining rights of citizens
br subjects of each country within the
territory of the oilier
Eighth���Suoh readjustment and con-
[���ession as maybe deemed mutually ud-
���rantogeous, of customs applicable in
each country.
Ninth���A revision of the agreement
iif 1817 respecting naval vessels on the
lakes.
Tenth���Arrangemenst for the moro
Complete definition and marking of auy
part of th�� frontier line by land or
water where tho samo is now iiisnflici-
Imtly marked'and so liable to dispute.
Eleventh���Provisions for the conveyance for trial or punishment of persons
In the lawful custody of the officers of
Jmo country through the territory of
(mother.
Twelfth���Reciprocity on wrecking
|>r salvage rights.
TARRASCH BEAT PILLSBURY.
Vienna, July SO.���Tairasch won the
lirst prize of $1600 in tho international
chess   tournament,   Pillsbury won the
second prize, $1000, The final game to
decide the tie was drawn, and tbe
score, rends: Tarrasch, ������)!..��� Pillsbury,
P,..
CAPTURED A FRENCH PRIZE.
Charleston, S, C, July B0.���The
French steamer Manonvia was brought
in as a prize today. She was captured
by the Dixie olT the smith const of
Porto Rico on the 'Mth. She is now
in quarantine here.
VANCOUVER NOTES.
Movement's of Political Leaders iu the
Mainland  Capital,
Vanoouver, July 81��� (Special to The
Miner).���There has been quite a number of prominent opposition and liberal
leaders in Vancouver lately. Mr, Semlin was here yesterday, but went home
today, and Mr. Hewitf-Bostock intends to return home tomorrow.
No decision bas been yet arrived at
as In the titular leadership of the
opposition. This point will be decided
OU August 30, In the event of the
opposition party getting into office,
the general impression in well informed circles here is thai Joseph
Martin will either take the premiership or else that he will not, for the.
present at any rate, lake office at all.
Ho is anxious thut Messrs. Cotton and
Semlin should have the opportunity to
reap Ihe reward so well earned by
their long up-hill light, and also to
show Ihe electors whnt si nil' they are
made of.
A telegram from Loudon states that
the shaves of the Kail .Mines, Limited,
of your city, are quoted on lhe London
stock exchange at Ills lid.
SATURDAY'S BASEBALL,
July iio.���At Ottawa���Ottawa Q,
Wilkesbarre 5.
At Toronto���First* game, Toronto II,
Sringfield Hi; second game, Toronto
ii, Springfield ���!.
At Buffalo���(lame postponed on account of rain.
At Philadelphia���Cleveland !. Baltimore 2; second game, Baltimore I,
Cleveland -I.
At Cincinnati���Cincinnati s, Brooklyn :.'.
Al Chicago���Chicago Kl, Washington 8,
At Louisville���Louisville II, New
Vork 7.
At Pittsburg���Pittsburg li, Philadelphia S.
SERIOUS LOSS BY FIRE
Damage to the   Extent of  $40,000 to a
Linotype Foundry.
Montreal. July III).���A very serious
firo took place last evening in the lino-
typo foundry at St. Antoine, whero
the plant and stock is valued at $100,-
001). A great deal of damage was done
by water, and the total loss is placed
at $40,000.
Harold Wright, a young man from
Wostmount, was killed by a street ear
in front of tho Balmoral hotel last
night.
Friederiehsrhuh, July IIO.���Prince
Bismarck has passed away peacefully.
Berlin, July 80.���Princo Bismarck
died shortly beforo 11 o'clock this
evening.
Details of the death of Prince Bismarck are obtained with difficulty, because of the lateness of the hour und
the strenuous endeavors of the attendants of the family to prevent publicity.
Tbe death of the ex-ehane.ellor comes a
as surprise to all Europe. Despite tho
family's denials thero was a considerable apprehension when the sinking of
tbe prince was first announced, inspired more by what tho family left
unsaid than by any information given,
but when the daily bulletins chronicled
the improvement in the prince's condition and detailed bis extensive bills
of fare aud told of his devotion to his
pipo, lhe public accepted Dr. Schweninger's assertion when he said there
was no reason why Bismarck should
not reach the ago of IIO yenrs. The reports weie deemed to be a repetition of
lhe alarm thai" Prince Bismarck was
in extremis, which bad been often repeated in the past. All the Saturday
papers iu Europe dismissed Bismarck
with a paragraph, noting his improve
ment, while bis condition was completely overshadowed in the English
papers by the condition of the Prince
ot Wales' knee,
It appears that the ex-chancellor's
death was not precipitated by sudden
complications, Imt was ruther tho otil-
mination of chronic disease, neuralgia
of the face and inflammation of the
veins, which kept him in constant
pain that was borne with tho iron
fortitude which might hnvo been expected.
BRIEF SKETCH OF  HIS LIFE.
Prince   Otto   Edward   Leopold Bis-
i marek-Schonhauseu was born of au old
land   noble   family   of    the   "mark"
j ( Brandenburg) at Schonhauseu,   April
j 1, 1815.   He was created a count  September Ki, 1885, and prince (furst) von
Bismarck   in   March,   1871.    He was
I educated at*   the   University   of  Goot-
| tingeufaud Gieiforswald.and spent some
time   ill   the   army, but   subsequently
settled down as a country   gentleman.
Brought up   iu   the   political  faith of
the   Junkers   of   the   Prussian    Tory
Squirarohy,   he  became,   in   1H4H,   a
member of   the provincial diet of Saxony and of the Prussian diet, in which
lie first attracted attention by his fiery
speeches in defence   of   the  old  monarchical party.
During the revolutionary period of
1SIK the service be rendered in the
public debates to Iho conservative
cause led to his appointment as the
representative of Prussia in the diet,
of tbe old German bund at Frankfort,
Austria was then powerful in tbo
German bund, From ihe time of Bis-
marck's appearance, however.the voice
of Prussia began to have increasing
I weight.
The successful audacity with which
j lie checkmated Austria in au intrigue
at Franktort was the source of constant irritation nt. Vienna, and natnr-
! ally (elided to produce some estrangement between the Austrian and Prussian courts. Bismarck was sent* as an
! ambassador to St. Petersburg' in 1869
j aud held that position until lSti'.'. In
May, lsiis. he became Prussian ambassador at Paris. Five months later
he was made first minister of tho
j Prussian erown. Within the next ten
| years he bumbled Ihe Austrian empire, destroyed the French empire and
created the Cerman empire. He re-
inodled the map of Europe, dismembering Denmark and France, He enlarged tho frontiers of Prussia, and by
the annexation of the various provinces, including lhe dominions of three
dethroned German princes he succeeded in placing Germany,whioh had
previously been the weakest and least
respected of the great powers, at the
head of all the states of Kurope. The
Oerman bund, having at Bismarck's
instigation resolved to invade the Elbe
j duchies in support of the claim of the
Duke of AugUBtenburg, Austria, Prussia and Saxony were entrusted with
the execution o'f tho task and a war
broke out in 18114 with Denmark, resulting inthe loss to her of the duchies
of Sehleswig-Holstein and Oldenburg.
Instead of giving them up to the duke,
Bismarck, who was now a count, determined if possible to annex them to
Prussia. The Austrian and Saxon
troops wero recalled and the quarrel
eventually  led to a war between Prus
sia and Austria, in lSliti, tho last
named country being joined by Bavaria, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-
Darmstadt and Nassau. The arms of
Prussia wero victorious, and Austria
suffered a crushing defeat at Sadowa
(Koniggratz), in Bohemia. Hanover
and tho South German empire states
likewise wero vanquished, and the
war, whieh was over in seven weeks,
led to the treaty of Nikolsbtirg, by
wliich Austria was permanently excluded from the Gsrinan bund, and
Hanover, Nassau, Hesse-Cassel and
Frankfort, as well as Sehleswig-Holstein and Oldenburg, were annexed to
Prussia. The North German confederation, with Prussia at its head, was
established in place of the old bund,
while with tho South German states
an offensive and defensive alliance was
concluded, giving the King of Prussia
supreme command of iill tlieir troops
in time of war.
SHAFTER EXPLAINS.
He Statos That He Personally   Invited
Garcia to Go  Into Santiago.
Washington, July ill).���The vsar  department has received the following:
Santiago de Cuba, July 20.��� To
Hon. R. A. Alger, Secretary of War,
Washington : I have the Sun, of Saturday, July 2'i, in which comments are
made as to my treatment of General
Garcia. I desire to say that General
Garcia was invited by nie personally to
go into the city at the time I entered,
but lie declined upon tho ground that
the Spanish civil officers were loft in
power. It was fully explained to him
that thoso officials were only to be
continued in power until it was convenient to change them for others,
(ieneral Garcia's'assistance to me was
purely voluntary on his part, nnd he
wns told at tho bogiuning thut I did
not exercise any control over him except as he chose to give it. The trouble
with (ieneral Garcia was that lie ex-
nected to lie placed in command at
this place; iu other words, that we
would turn the city over to him. I
explained to him fully that we were
at war with Spain, and that the question of Cuban independence could not
bo considered by mo. Another grievance was that, finding that several
thousand men marched in without
opposition from General Garcia, I ex
tended my own lines in front of him
and elosed up tho gap, t, , Z si. * ��� that I
had to depend on my own men for any
effective investment of tho place.
(Signed) SHAFTER.
OTTAWA NOTES.
Dato of   tho   Prohibition  Plobiseito-
The Now Postal Rates.
Ottawa, July 30.���The prohibition
plebiscite will bo taken during tho last
week iu September, though the exact
dato of polling cannot yet bo stated.
Tho postoffice department is about to
issue to all accounting postmasters the
new Canadian postal rates of threo denominations, 25, 50 and 70 conts. The
balance of tho denominations will be
placed in the postmasters' hands as
soon as thoy' aro reoeived by the department. After October postago
stamps will bo redeemed by the department.
Major Sherwood has left for England to bring back Captain Theriault,
the officer who absconded from Lewis
camp with the drill pay of his company, and who was arrested in London.
Commissioner Ogilvie leaves to night
for tho Yukon.
ZOLA'S SYMPATHIZERS.
Distinguished  Men  Decline   to Wear
the Cross of tho Legion of Honor.
Paris, July 80.��� Thc expulsion of
M. Emile Zola from the Legion of
Honor promises to oreate a serious discussion in the ranks of that organization, The well known author, M.
Jules ' Barbior, resigned yesterday on
account of M. Zola's expulsion, and
this morning M. de Presence, tho distinguished editor of tho Temps, took
a similar course, saying it is "repugnant to wear a decoration which still
ornaments the breast of a man liko
Esterbazy, while it has been removed
from that of a great writer simply because he demands that the most elementary principle of law and justice
be respected."
THK PATRONS REAPPEAR.
They   Are   Reorganizing   Under    the
Name of  Canadian Compatriots.
Toronto, July 80.���The Mail and
Empire announces the birth of a now
political organization bearing tho title
of tho Canadian Compatriots, with
headquarters in Toronto. Attention
is to bo directed specially to tho next
Dominion election. Tho organization
is practically an offshoot from tho defunct order of (lie Patrons of Industry.
A meeting for organization was held
at Paisley a few days ago and was
addressed by former equal righters and
Patrons, and it was decided to hold a
convention in Toronto during September.
RACE   POSTPONED.
Boston, July 110.��� The Taylor-Mc-
Dullio 20-mile race at the Charles
River park this afternoon was postponed until next Monday on account
of rain.
Whether She Will Fight or
Accept Terms Offered.
A BRILLIANT DIPLOMAT
Oambon  Was Spain's Plenipotentiary-
His Eloquenco Achieves a Groat
Diplomatic  Victory-
Washington, July 80.���At 4:15
o'clock the French ambassador left the
White house,his call having lusted two
and three-quarters hours, it was announced that the United States'
answer had been placed in the hands
of the French ambassador and that
nothing eould be said as to its nature,
until it had been received by the
Spanish government.
Washington, July 110.���Events of tho
most momentous character occurred at
the conference at the White houso this
afternoon, when tho president, Ambassador Cambon of France and Secretary of State Day were carrying the
peace negotiations far beyond the mere
submission of terms of peace by the
United States and reaching the point of
a preliminary basis of peace between
the government of Spain and the government of the United States, needing
only the ratification of the Madrid
cabinet, which was today to bring the
war to an end. This was accom-
plshed on tho part, of Spain when Ambassador Cambon presented the president credentials he has received from
the Spauish government appointing
him envoy extraordinary and plenipotentiary with complete instructions
as to the manner of le'tiu; upon every
one of the peace conditions presented
by tho United States, including the
disposition of Cuba, Porto Rico, the
Philippines, the Ladrones, indemnity,
armistice and all other questions likely
to arise in tho courso of the negotiations.
With those credentials authorizing
him to speak as plenipotentiary for the
government of Spain, with full instructions on every point at issue, Ambassador Cambon, on behalf of Spain,
not only received tho peace conditions
laid down by the American cabinet
early in the day, but thereupon entered upon their full discussion with a
view to reaching final and complete
agreement.
After some argument the president
and Secretary Day consented to a
modification of the American terms.
To what particulars the modification
relates was not disclosed, hut it is not
believed that it applies to the independence of Cuba, the cession of Porto
Rico or tho granting of adequate coal
stations to the United States in the
Pacific, or to diminish in particular
the terms on which peaco will bo restored. Tho modification brought
about practical unanimity between the
president and Ambassador Cambon as
plenipotentiary for Spain, nnd the latter has transmitted the. result of the
conference to Madrid for approval,
which, if given, will end the war.
The profoundly important results developed today came about most unexpectedly. Since the original proposition of Spain was presented last* Tuesday M. Cambon had prepared himself
to speak with authority on the questions which were to arise. The. president himself preferred the source,
though outside of himself and the ambassador few were aware that the latter
would come ready to treat as the envoy
of Spain.
The first instructions to M. Cambon
made him merely a medium of communicating Spain's first note, but now
be appeared with all tho attributes of
the direct diplomatic officer of Spain,
empowered to act for the government
within liis very complete instructions.
The meeting was held in the president's library, and both in the subjects
discussed and the impressive manner
in which tho argument proceded it
was a conference which will be memorable. After M. Cambon had presented his credentials as plenipotentiary aud they had been examined and
his status recognized as the envoy of
Spain, the lirst business was the presentation of terms laid down by the
United States. Secretary Day read
tho terms, pausing at tho end of each
sentence to allow M. Tliibault to interpret into French,as the ambassador's
knowledge of English is limited. This
reading by Secretary Day and interpretation by M. Thi haul t took but 15
minutes. Then began tho discussion.
Tho president and the ambassador addressed each other direct, with' the
greatest freedom and frankness, each
maintaining tho justice of his position
on the sovoral points involved, when
at last, after au eloquent  plea  by  tho
(Concluded on  Fourth l'age) THE MINER, MONDAY,  AUGUST i, 1898.
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NELSON, B. C.
government papers wants poople, who
heard the promise themselves, to believe that he merely said that a trail,
not a wagon road, wns going to be
made. Comment is needless. Such
unblushing effrontery nud disregard of
truth speaks for itself.
Iu another column will bo found a
copy of the correspondence that passed
between Mr. Croasdaiie   and  the Van-
j couver World anent the smelting of
silver nnd silver-lead ore at the smelter
I of the Hull Mines company. The information was very courteously furnished us by Mr. J. .T. Campbell. A
perusal of the telegrams will show
that tho statements mado in our last
issue wore substantially correct. Mr.
Croasdaiie's telegram, though neces-
surily condensed, is perfectly easy to
nuderstand, umi the gentleman who
presides over the destinies of the World
niusl be singularly obtuse, or else he
wus guilty of deliberately garbling the
despatch for political purposes.
TO ADTKttTISEKS.
Copy ror Changes of Advcrtlscinonl niiul
be In the Office by t o'clock p.m. ��'
Insure change,
THK STEAMER NELSON.
We have received n leiter. which we
publish in another column, from tho
legal representatives of the captain
and officers of the steamer Nelson, asking us to publish an article, which they
very kindly provide, withdrawing tl.e
"base insinuations" made in a
recent article on the conduct of ihose
in charge of this steamer.
Iu reply we would say that we very
much regret that WO are unable lo
comply with this request. It is not
the habit of Tbe Miner to make
chnrges of the kind complained of
without lirst going carefully into the
matter, and taking all reasonable precautions ns to the correctness of the
facts stated. Our informants on this
occasion nre two gentlemen of standing and repute in the town who had
personally suf'i'ereii the inconveniences
complained of, nud who expressed
themselves us willing   to   substantiate
their statements on oath.
So fur from being actuated by
"malicious'' motives, The Miner hns
beon very slow to tnke action in this
matter. The original complaint wns
made to us several weeks ago, but we
advised the complainants to speak lo
the steamer officials on the subject, us
we were unwilling to give publicity to
what was possibly a single and accidental instance. The same thing, however, recurred several times���hence
mir article.
Wo only received the communication referred to last (Sunday) evening,
and consequently we have been unable
to take any steps in lhe matter. We
intend, however, in   our   next issue to
ublish affidavits by both our informants which will completely substantiate nil our assertions, for The Miner
declines to stultify itself liy withdrawing what it knows to be true.
The conduct of the captain and crew
of the Nelson bus caused a great deal
of inconvenience to prospectors and
others, who form no inconsiderable
section of the public in this district,
and we are entitled to comment on it,
aud if further instances of the same
character are brought to our notice in
the future, we. shall have great pleasure
iu again commenting on them in
such terms as we muy deem lifting
and proper Io the occasion.
Many will no doubt remember that
when Premier Turner visited Nelson
during the recent election campaign he
made the statement that a wagon road
was being built from Glenora, as the
Mackenzie-Maun railroad scheme had
fallen through. A perusal of the reports of ihe premier s speeches shows
that he made this statement constantly
throughout his campaigning tour of
the interior of the province. It transpired very soon afterwards that lhe
wagon road wus not being made, nnd
thai the old trail wus merely being
pntched up, This fact wns very properly published by almost the entire
opposition press, the government
organs maintaining a discreet silence
the while. Now, the Vancouver
World, quite unabashed, in an article
ou the question, makes this statement:
"The foregoing will set at rest any
doubt which the opposition obstructionists entertained concerning the
statements made by Premier Turner,
to tho effect that arrangements had
bten completed by the government for
the immediate construction of a trail
from Glenora to Toslin lake." The
premier said, beforo elections, that a
wagon road was being made, and uow,
aftor the elections, ono of   the leading
COMMUNICATIONS.
Editor of The Miner:
Dear Sir���With reference to the editorial nu silver-lend smelting in this
morning's Miner. I beg to enclose for
the information through your columns
of those interested, copies of a telegram from lhe Vancouver World nnd
the reply from Mr. H. E. Croasdaiie,
which will perhaps mnko any misunderstanding clear, some confusion having apparently arisen between silver
on1 und silver-lead ore.
I may also say that   the  company is
now desirous of   purchasing a further
quantity of silver-lead ore.
Yours truly,
J. J. CaMPBKL/L.
Vancouver. 11 0., May 12, LStlS.
11. E. Croasdaiie, Nelson:
Statement was niade in Sennie,
Ottawa, yesterday thut there was not
a ton of silver or lead ore smelted in
Canada. Answer quick if this is cor-
reot,
(Signed) THE WORLD.
Nelson, B. 0., May 12, 181)8.
The World, Vancouver. 13. O. :
From January 1-1, 1896, to April 18,
ISDN, Hull Mines smelter smelted 104,-
000 tons silver ore. Begun refining
Stay, 1870, and this year have refined
ull mutter produced, In three weeks
recently   smelted  additional 700 tons
lend ore. Ill March nml April, 1SIIS,
smelted and refined about; 1",0110 Ions
silver ore.
(Signed)      H, E. OROASDA1LE.
To the Editor of The Miner:
Hear Sir���We have been consulted
by lhe officers and captain of tho
steamer Nelson nbout whom an editorial appeared in your issue of this
date, to demand an immediate und
complete  apology  of    the     contents
thereof.
We are advised that if you have been
informed as stated therein lhat such
information is entirely untrue, and we
say that we do not quite see or understand why you should publish it without inquiring of the captain the facts
as ho states them. Hence, our clients
feel justified in believing that the
article was written from a malicious
or improper motive.
It is a well known fact amongst
numbers of passengers who travel almost daily on the steamer that tho
captain and officers are most obliging
and especially to passengers of way
ports, not regular landing places, und
their desire to very strongly object to
such base insinuations as are contained
therein is easily understood.
Another article iu reply or rather
in explanation has been prepared,
which we enclose herewith, and we
must o.i behalf of the captain and
officer demand that this be published iu
the same manner as tho article in
question, otherwise we are instructed to take such steps as are
necessary and we deem advisable in
the matter, but we trust this will bo
avoided by your prompt attention to
the publication of the enclosed, in
Monday morning's issue of your paper.
Yours truly,
ELLIOT '& LENNIE.
WINDSOR NEWS   NOTES.
Windsor, Ont., July 80.��� Charles
Weldon, ex-treasurer of Colchester
North, has settled with the municipality for bis shortage, which was $8480,
by paying $3600,
The Canadian lighthouse supply boat
Saturn stopped at Sandwich yesterday
for eoal and supplies. The steamer is
now on the way up the lakes to supply
Canadian lighthouses.
A NARROW   ESCAPE.
Kingston,     Out.,     July   111).���John
MeD. Mowat, son of Prof. Mowat, and
nephew of the lieutenant   governor  of |
Ontario, was capsized  out of a canoe
when off   Roekl'ord asylum   yesterday, I
but had the presence of   mind to swim
to a buoy and hung on to  tho buoy for
over an hour.    He wus   finally rescued
by Vi. Fenwick.
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GOODS      Official Directory.
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth  Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C.
DRUQS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
<A>��Zr ������+-������������� gSvS
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
WHAT WE HAVE TO DO
WHAT WE WILL
������������������������������������
Our Grocery Business has grown so rapidly during the
past few months we are compelled to make room somehow.
In order to do this we have fully decided to dispose of our
Lntire Stock of Crockery and Glassware at Prices wliich
have nevei- been beard of in the District of Kootenay.
Ladies don't miss this golden opportunity. Call and look
through. Thero is sure to bo something you will require before the wai i.s over.
When you come to look through the Bargains don't forget
your Grocery List also, for as you well know, our stock is well
assorted and Prices Right.
Ladles come early before yonr neighbor gets ahead of you
ami picks out the best Bargains. All goods delivered promptly
free of charge to any part of the city.
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DOMINION DIRECTORY,
Governor-General - Karl of Aberdeen
Premier - - Sir \\ illi-lil Laurier
Mombor House of Common?, Dominion Purlin-
mont, Wc-si ICooloimy Hewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieu t.-G over nor ��� Hon T R Mclnnen
Premloi - Hon J II Tumor
Altorney-Genernl        - Hon DM Eborts
Com of Lands nnd Works Hon ll 11 Martin
Minister Mines and Education HonJasBaker
President Exooiiltvo Counoil Hon o E Pooley
Members Legislative Assembly tor West. Kootenay*���North Hiding JM Kellie
So'ith Riding ,1 F Hinge
NELSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.   ���
Mayor - John Houston ,
Aldermen- Chas Hillyer, W  F Teetzel,   .1  A^
Gilker, J ,1 Malono, E I' Whalley, Thos Madden.
City Clerk
Police Magistrate
Chief of Police
chief of Fire Department
Auditor
Water Commissioner
nealthOmoor
Cily Engineer
City counoil moots every Monday, It p.m., at
eity hall, eor Victoria ami Josephine st
J K Strachan
IC A Crease
A   F McKJiinon
XV J Thompson
John Hamilton
'I' M Ward
Dr. Lallan
A. L. M'Culloch I
SCHOOL TBUSTBISB.
Dr. EC .'villiui'. Dr. II A 11 Hall, Geo John-
stone,   Principal���J R Green.
SOI "111 KOOTENAY BOARD  OK TRADE.
President J Roderick Robertson.
Vico-Prcsldonl .lames Lawrence. ,
Socy-Treas
.lohn A Turner,
KOOTKNAY LAKE GKNEKAL HOSPITAL
Presldont John A. Turner
Vice-Pros. XV. A. Jowett,
Secretary I). MqArtbur
Treas. A II Clements
Modloal Supt. . lir. (I. A II Hall
C'loso
NKI.sox POSTOFFICE
s tsnsay
I S.txi p.m.JUnitedStatoR,Ontario,Que
baennd ICastorn ProvincuB
Points on N. & V. s. Uno,
Vieiorm ami Ucnsland,
���Sew Denver, Sandon and
Slocan Lake Points.
Kaslo and ICoolenny Lako
Points
Rossland, Trail, Nakusp,
Itobson, poinUod main line
'. P. 1!.. Vanoouver and
vVIimipeg
PETER GENELLE fe  CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
(��?NS?��-����S-9��*S��^��
We nre prepared toturnish kiln dried lumber ut regular
prices and carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
OFFICE AND YARD C. P. R. STATION     .    .    .
A.    E.    YOUNG,   AGENT.
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The Largest Circulation.
Best Advertising Medium.
KLONDIKRS STRANDED.
Sent tic, July BO.��� Maurice B, Atkins
(if New York, who started to Klondike
by wny of the Ashcroft trail, has returned here with a story that 500 prospectors are stranded nt a point about
TOO miles from Ashcroft.
PRICE  OF
York
SILVER.
New York July 30.���Ear
fi8 ll-lli. Mexican dollars, -loji'.
certificates, fi8 to 50.
silver,
Silver
SEASONABLE
G00DS~^>
Wall Papers,
Fishing Tackle,
Garden & Flower Seeds.
LACROSSE,
BASEBALL,
amd TENNIS GOODS.
d5 LIMITED
ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
and JOINERS
When requiring thoroughly seasoned
Limber should apply lo
The Nelson Planing Mill
T. W. CRAY.
In stock, 1,000,000ft.of Flooring,Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes and
every description of Joinery,
M'Kr.a;*   noo;;.-.  AMI    WINDOWS   MADE
to OKOHIIt.
Purchase
Your Tobaccos
AT TIIK ���
Post Office
Cigar Store
Where   you  will  alwins  find  n  well
assorted   stoek of  Imported    and
Domestic Olgars, Cigarettes Tobaccos and a full stoek of
Pipes nt reasonable
Prices.
S. J. MIGHTON. "!,)
"Babcock" Fire Extinguishers
REDUCED PRICES.
6 GAL. SIZE 330. 3 GAL-8I2E $15.
Including Supply of Chemical Charges
with eaoh.
Delivered l'\ 0.13. at Portland, Oro.
The Babcock is the recognized
standard, universally used in the
Fire Department service. Each
tested to 300 pounds per inch;
working pressure 100 pounds per
inch. The Babcock has stood the
test of time. Full line of Fire Apparatus ancl  Department   Supplies.
A. G. LONG,
171 4th St. Portland, Ore.
S.l',0 11.111.
t.00 11. 111.
0.00 p. in.
Due
S.lfip.ni,
2.30 p.m.
7.45 a. m.
7.00 a. tn,
OI'KK'I*: HOURS.
Lobby oponod from 7 a.m. to 10 pan.; Ucnornl
Delivery, 8 n.m, to 8 p.m.! Registration, 8,30
n.ni. to 7 p.m.; Monoy Orders and Savings Bank
li n.m. in I p.m.; Sunday I hour (10 to 11 a.m).
���I. A. GILKER, Postmaster.
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Government Inspector of Agonclos \V J Goepel
Guld Commissioner
Minion Ucoordor-Tax Col
Collector ot Customs
Provincial Assessor
County Court, Judgo
Registrar
Inspector of Sohools
O. G. Dennis
II F Tolmie
Geo. Johnstone
John Keen,
J A Forin
E T II Slmpkina
William Hums
PROVINCIAL JAU, DIRECTORY.
Wardon Capt. N Fitzstubbs.
First Jailor - RLiddell.
Second Jailer fieo l'artridge.
Third Jailer - John McLaren
.Senior Guard It Incis
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Churchok England���Matin 11a.m.; ICvon
Song, i.hi p.m. every Sunday. Holy Communion on Kl ami 3rd Sundays in the month after
Matins; on 2nd and IIh Sundays, at 8 a.m
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Kev. U.S. Ako-
hurst. Ileelor.   Cor Ward and Silica Streets.
PRKSOYTKRIAN Cllincil- Servicesal 11 a.m
and  7.11(1   p.m.     Sunday School nl 2.80 p.m.
Prayor mooting Thursday evening nt 8 p.m.;
ioIso
Kev. It. Frew,
irsitny ovoning nt 8 p.
Christian Endeavor Socloty meets every  Nl
dny  evening   at 8   o'clock.
I 'astor.
Methodist    Cannon���Corner  Silica   and
Josephine Streets. Services at lln.m. and 7.110
p. in. ; Sabbath School, 2.80 p.m.; Prayor moot-
ing on Friday evening al. 8 o'clock; Epwortll
League O. H.. Tuesday at 8 a.m. Uev. Geo. II,
Morden, Pastor.
Roman Catholic CnuRcn���Mass at Nelson
every Sunday at Kami 10.30 a.m.; Henediclion
at 7.80 to 8p.m.   Kev. Father Ferland, Priest.
Baptist Ciiuroh - Services morning and
ovonlng al 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor mooting Wednosday ovoning at 8 p.m.;   Meetings 1
aro held 111 the scl.ool house.   Strangers cordially wolcomod,   Kev. G. K. Welch, I'uslor.
Salvation ARMY���Services even- evening
ut 8 o'clock in barraoks on Viotoria mreot.
Adjutant Milkier In charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LODGK, No. 23. A. P. & A.
M. meets second Wednesday in each
month.  Visiting brethren invited.
G. L. LENNOX, Secretary.
��U
Ii   O.  O.   F.     Kootenay Lodge
Sc No. 1(1, moels every Moimay
at   tlieir  Hall,  Kootenay .
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invitod.
WM. HODSON, Soorotary.
iiouK'i
rnfaht,
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NKLSON   LODGK   No, 28, K. of   P.,
,meet�� in Castle hall. McDonald block
levery   Tuesday  evening nl. Sj-.'cloek,
'All visiting knights cordially^fjted,
J. J. Mai.onk, C.C.
GEO. I'aiituiikik, K.of K.andS.
NELSON LODGK, I, O. G. T. Moots In
Casllo Hall, McDonald Hlock, every Monday
evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Templars 001"
dially inviied, John TELKORD,
Chief Templar.
Gcorgo Nunn    Sec'y
NKLSON S   QUEEN   NO.  241
SON'S    OF     ENGLAND,   meeU
second and fourth Wednesday of
each month at K. of P. Hall, MOO-
*iV )))   Donald lllock,   cor. Vernon   and
%S#    Josephine streets.   Visiting brcth-
i-n cordially invited.        Kiixkst King,
Chas. II. FARROW, Worthy President
Secretary.
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 meets
1st and 3rd Wednesday in each month ln the
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. S. C. R.i J R
Green,C.R.: J. Purklss, Secy.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meets
every Thursday in the I.O.O.F. hall. F W
Swanell, M.W.: W Hodson, Reo.-Soc; J. J.
Driscoll, Financier F, J Squire. Keceiver and
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1692 meets in tho Mc-
Donnld block every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting members cordially invitod,
John Toye W.Ml; F. J. Bradley, R.S. THE MINER, MONDAY,  AUGUST i, 1898.
GEHEM LOCAL HEWS.
VENTS   OF    INTEREST   IN   AND
AROUND NELSON.
Brief     Jlr III lull     ni'     llll|llli'HillgH    ill    llu
Iiiii ilil During llie l'n-1
I'l-w Hays.
I many t'rieuds here. The happy couple
left timid a shower ol rice und good
wishes on a trip through western
Ontario.
���'llii:
V. Foley, railway contractor of St.
Paul, is ut the Phair.
0, W. Horner of the 0. P. R. survey, is on a visit to Nelson.
Louis Blue of Kossland, proprietor o
the Lion brewery, is in the eity on a
business visit.
! ifi. P. Clark, a well ltnown traiii
dealer and forage merchant of Winnipeg, is in the city.
D. McLeod, buyer for lhe. contractors
Foley & Larsen, is in from Brooklyn
to purchase supplies.
P. H. Perrott, Ho/.eiiinn, Mont. ; 1).
M. McLennan und W. 11. Lamont aro
staying at the Queen's,
The Slocan Sun, the campaign sheet
issued at Kaslo, now has a place in
the ever increasing newspaper grave
yard.
H. Hoy, Kossland; W. O. Hutton,
Spokane; Mrs. 1). McLeod, Spokane,
nnd Bruce While, of Sainton, are tit
the Hume,
Twelve men are now employed in
putting in the government trail up
Woodbury ereek, under the supervision
of Sam Underbill.
K. J. Hutchings, senior mombor of
the firm of Hutchings & Riley, wholesale saddlers, Calgary, is in the city
on a business visit.
The president of the local council of
Women of Canada hopes that all who
are interested in the work will attend
the inaugural meeting lo lie held iu
the Presbyterian church on Wednesday, August ll, at -1 p. in.
Messrs. James and Turner returned
from the White Grouse eountry last
night They report a line showing on
Mr. Melvron's claim. They have a 85-
foot tunnel in on this claim and think
it will show better in the near future.
The Kokanee today will bring down
a trial shipment of 17 tons of ore from
Woodbury creek, from the Pontine and
Tecuinseii mines. These are the properties on whieh L. A. Seowden spent
some |80,000 and abandoned, and on
which the owners afterwards mnde a
rieh strike.
H. B. Haultain, inining engineer of
Rossland, has returned from his trip
to the north shore of Lake Huron,
where he went to examine some mining properties in company wilh Dr,
Hatch. Ho is in Nelson to inspect the
Juno group, of which property he is in
charge.
Major Wbitely, who has been a guest
at the Manitoba for tho post two
weeks, since his return from the Lake
of the Woods and Rainy lake, where
he was inspecting mining properties,
left for New Westminster yesterday.
Ho intends to visit the British Columbia mines to report on their prospects
for an English syndicate which he
represents. ���Free Press.
EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANIES
The British Fast Kooienay Syndicate, Limited; capital, ��10,000, in ��10
shares; head oflice. Cardiff, Great
Britain; Montague Frank, Jephcott,
Pilot Boy, attorney.
The   London   Fire   Ollice,  Limited ;
cnnitlll,   ��20,000,    in   i'l   shares; head
ollice in England; A. Marion Bulloch,
Vancouver, attorney.
Robert F. Green,   the  member-elect
j from the   Slocun   riding, was shaking
! hands with his Nelson   friends on Sat-
i unlay.
CUSTOMS   RETURNS.
Summary  of   Business  Transacted at
Nelson Custom House for July.
The following detailed   statement of
j the business transacted at   tlie   Nelson
; custom house during the month of July
| has been furnished The  Miner by Customs Collector George Johnstone:
IMPORTS.
Dutiable goods $80,049 oo
Free goods       ..   . 5,086 00
Total   imports
j Duty collected. .
Other revenues.
$42,884 00
$11,0-10 14
.     1,880 (ID
$12,876 !I0
Total   revenue	
EXPORTS,
The   mine  $-19,744 00
Cho forest  143 00
Animals and their produco.. i-io oo
Manufactures       286 00
Total exports  $110,201 00
1). O. OORBIN'S PLANS.
j He Is Making Another Attempt   for a
Kettle River Charter.
An indication of what I). O. Corbin
propose:; lo do with some of his money
realized froni the sale, of the Spokane
Falls it Northern and Nelson Fort
Shoppord railways to the Great Northern was received last night in Ihe following special despatch   to the Spokes-
man-Review:
"Ottawa, July 29.���Notice will ap
pear in tomorrow's official Gazette of
D, C. Corbin's intention to mnko a
new application to parliament ior a
charter for lhe Kettle Valley railway.
The announcement has caused a sensation in  the  railway circles opposed to
the bill."
The Kettle Valley railway pro.jecl is
that for which a charter lias been secured from congress to cross the north
half of the Colville Indian reservation.
The projected line is tn leave tl.o line
of the Spokane falls & Northern presumably iii the vicinity of Kettle
Falls, go up the Kettle valley, cross
into British Columbia, follow the valley for about ten miles in British
Columbia territory, then cross hack
into lhe reservation, still following the
valley, and once more cross into British Columbia, touching and tapping
the rich Boundary creek country.
Mr. Corbin made application to the
hist Dominion parliament for Ihe
charier in British Columbia, lm t he
was bitterly opposed at Ottawa liy tbe
Canadian Paciiic and finally defeated
after a long and hard light, the defeat
coming right after the Easter holidays
this year.���Spokesman-Review.
THE   MARINE BAND.
The Washington Marine band, which
arrived in Nelson on Saturday, has
created quite a large amount of interest* in town. The members of the
band aro dressed as blue jackets, and
include three ladies in their number.
These hitter also wear the sailor costume,   adapted   to   feminine  require-
WE HAVE
JUST RECEIVED
a lot of
Ice Cream freezers
tc which no well appointed
home should he without
during the warm weather.
We have also constantly
on hand a full line of .  .
Plumber's Supplies,
Steam Fittings,
and Hardware
of every description
which we are offer-
ingat very low prices.
Vancouver & Nelson, B.C.
(IM
RATH WAR UN SETTLED.
Van Home und Hill's Meeting at St.
Paul Settled  Nothing.
Despite the many rumors that the
conference recently at St. Paul between Sir William Van Home, president of the Canadian Paciiic, and
President Hill of the Great* Northern,
had practically settled the rate war
question, these two railroad presidents
are steadily denying the story. The
Toronto Globe prints the following SI.
Paul despatch on the subject :
"The rumor has been very active
and persistent for the past few days
that the trip of Sir William Van
Home, president of the C. P. R., to
the western railway centers [had something to do with the rale war, but*
(hat gentleman says it is not so. The
story went on to say that tho highest
official of the big Canadian road has
gone so far as to settle tlie matter with
J. J. Hill the leading man of tho
great* railway interests. It was a
statement of this nature which was
handed lo Sir William this morning
iu his private ear at the Windsor
street station. The president hud just
arrived back from Iho west, the
Saskatchewan being attached to tlie
Chicago train which arrived ibis
morning.
" 'I don't know anything about the
rate war, and my trip to the west was
on entirely different business,' was
tho reply whieh Sir William gavo.
That was all he had to say on tho
matter. "
NEW DENVER MAN MARRIED.
A despatch to thc Ottawa Free Press
from Cumberland, Out., says : A very
pretty wedding took place' in our village on tho 14th inst. at the residence
of H. Byrnes,when his eldest daughter
Bertha was united in the holy bonds
of matrimony to E, Strickland, of New
Denver, B. C. The bride, who was
given away by her father, was al tired
in a pretty costume of white Swiss and
carried a bouquet of cream roses.
After the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Mr. McFaul of
Clarence, tea was served on the lawn
The bride received many beautiful and
valuable gifts from friends iu New
York and Buffalo, as well as  from her
THE  DERAILED  TRAIN.
It Is Tl
ought Trains Will He Running
Some Time Today.
The wrecking crow is making good
progress iu the replacing on the track
of the derailed traiii wliich got into
trouble on the O. K. trestle Thursday
afternoon. It is possible that trains
will be running today, but if not
wagons will leave tbe Red Mountain
Station at S o'clock this morning and
will carry the passengers around the
wreck to another train that will bo
waiting for theni. Passengers from
lhe south will be brought into town
by teams, as was done yesterday.
The wreck is cutting seriously into
the Le Roi shipments, which had
promised to break all records this
week.���Kossland Miner.
STICKINE RIVER NEWS.
J. II. Russell of Kamloops, who has
just arrived froni Glenora, brings
news of a big gold tind at Dense lake,
(ill miles from Glenora. He brought
down a number of good specimens. A
big stampede took place when tho report reached the head of navigation,
and when Russell left, about 2000 peo
pie were working the sand in the
vicinity of Deaso lake.
The 0. P. R. stern wheel steamer
Hamlin was lost on the Stiekine in a
collision with tho rivor steamer Me-
Oonnell. ���Daily Columbian,
TENDERS.
Are invited for hauling lumber to the
Ymir mill site, distant BJjj miles from
Ymir, as follows:
About 240,000 feet, of whieh for
flume, etc., thero maybe 100,000 foot
of cedar.
All tenders to be forwarded to post-
oflice drawer 506, Nelson, B. O., to
arrive not later than Wednesday,
August II. and to stale how much per
diem tenderer ean deliver.
Separate prices to be slated for cedar
and for fir.
J. RODERICK ROBERTSON,
General   Manager   London   &   B.    O.
Goldfields, Ltd.
BIDS CALLED FOR.
The building oomtuUteeof the Rowan Catholic church arc ofiklng for bids for tho purchase
of two lota and a house, hitherto used as the
Uoimun Catholic church. The lot sure situated
on tho corner of Josophlno und Silica streets,
opposite tho Methodist, church. BIdR for tho
prOpOty must be addressed to H. J. WiHmniH,
r. I). box 91, and must bo in on or before 12
o'olook noon Augusts. The committee reserve
the riirlit to refuse any or all bids. 71
F.E. MORRISON, D.D.S.
has taken over the practice of
Dr. II. E. Mall and is prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   bv latest methods.  .  .
Itniki-ii lllll Rlnil*.
Kakrr 81.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop  in   and see   us.
NELSON. B. C.
International Navigation k Trading Company.
I.IMITKD
Slimmer Canl. EffcotlTO Juno 20,1808.
Subject to ohango without notice.
South b'nd,   S. s. International.   North b'nd
Read down Head np
Train Lvs I.oo p.m. Sandon L0.-5O a.ni. Train Ar
"   Ar  8.45  "     Kaslo    8 00   "        "    Lv
Hunt Lvs. 3.30 a.m.  Knslo    8,30 p.m.  llout Ar
"    4,:io  " Ainsworth 7.30   ������       "   "
"    5 00   " I'ilot, liny 11.45	
5 30  "   Balfour  8.10   '	
6,40   " 5 Mile I'l. 6.25	
7.1.5   "    Nelson    1.45    "
Train "   10.05 p.m. N'lliport 1.55    "  Trnin
���'    "  11.20  " Rossland 12.05 n.m,   "      "
"     "    3.10   "  Spokane   8.30	
Sandon-Kaslo  train daily,   Hoat and   Spokano train daily except Sunday.
S. s. Alberta.
Train Lvs 1,00 p.m. Snuilon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
Ar
Lv
Lv
Hoat Ar
Ar   3.45" "     Kaslo    8.00
Hoat. Lvs  5.00   "     Kaslo    1.00   "
'���      "     11.20  "Ainsworlli 11.10 p.in
���'    7.00   " I'ilot liny 11.00   "
"   10,00   "   Kuskon'k 8.00   "
"     "  12,00 m. Goat Hlver 0.00  "
1,00 a.m. Boundary5.00  "
8,00 " B'rs Forry 2.00  "
Train l.v 11,40   " B'rs Ferry 1.15   "
"   Ar  2.45 p.m. Spokane 7.50 a.m.
Sandon-Kaslo train daily. Hoat leaves Kaslo
for above points Tuesdays and Snlurdajti
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Ar
Lv
I'raln Ar
"     Lv
Spi'l'lnl Knolciiny I.iiUi- Mci-yIp-p.
Commencing20 Juno, 1898.
On Monday, Thursday and Friday H. H
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
I'ilot Hay and Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 u.in., Tuesday, Friday and
Sal unlay for Pilot Hay, Ainsworth nnd Kaslo,
calling al all way points.
(All times are subject to change without notico.
Heals nnd berths not included.
Passengers on 8. S, International from Nel
non, Spokune, elc., for points on Kootonay
Lake south o( I'ilot* Bay, will connect at that
point wilh theS, s. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Hay, can, by arrangement
witli purser, have Btop-OVOr al, Pilot Hay or
Ainswori.il, or connect wilh S. S. International
at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lake and Slocan poinls with all points in tho
I'nited Slates and Canada; by way of Spokane
and Kootenny Elver,
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
points by pursers nn steamers or at our olllco.
O. ALEXANDER, Gen. Mgr.
P. O. Box 122. Knslo, B.C
THE
OPPOSITION
HAVE
WON
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Perhaps during- the
excitement your supply of Printed Stationery has been
used up. If so we
shall be pleased to
fill an order for you.
...m
j Letter Heads,
A  Bill Heads, Envelopes,
\�� Circulars,
Posters. Dodgers,
Cards,
are right in our
line of business
and while we do
not claini to do
work at the
cheapest price,
wedoclaimtodo
Good Work
AT A
Fair Price
We keep in Stock
nearly all Custom,
Legal and Mining
Forms and will print
anything you may
need.
The Daily Miner
is meeting with good
success and if not on
our list you should
be. We deliver it to
your home for one
month for one dollar
or six months for
five dollars.
Can We  do  Business
with You ?
Zhe   flftiner
U>tQ. & fl>ut>. Co.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
and  SOO--PACIFIC LINE
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To all Eastern and European
Points.
To Pacific Coast and Transpacific Points.
To the Rich and active Mining
Districts of Klondike and the
Yukon.
Tourist Cars
Pass Revelstoke
Daily to St. Paul.
Daily (except Wednesday) to Eastern Canadian and U.S. Points.
Tickets   issued through and Baggage checked to destination.
DAILY TRAIN.
To Rossland and Main   Line points
ti.40 p.m.-Leaves���NELSON���Arrives-10.30p,m
liimli'iiii.v Lulu'   llasln lEoiite.
Stk. KOKANEE
Except Sunday. Except Sunday.
1   p.m.���Leaven���NELSON���Arrives���11   a.m.
Calling at way ports in both directions.
Kootenny Kivi-i- Uunlc.
Stb. Nelson.
Mon. Wed. Fri. Mon, Wed. Fri.
7 a. m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���8.30 p. in.
Runs lo Kuskanook (formerly Armstrong's
Landing! calling ut way ports making close
connections at Pilot Buy with Steamer Kokanee. Steamer makes additional trips when
vided business warrants.
Train* tu nml from slmaii City, sandon
nud Slocan Lake l'olntH.
(Sundays Excepted)
0 a. m.���Leavos���NELSON���Arrives���2.20 p. m.
Ascertain Present
Reduced Rates East
and full information by   addressing nearest
local agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Ticket
Agent, Nelson,
W. V. ANDERSON, E. J. COYLE,
Trav. Pntw. Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouvor,
Write for Klondike folder and Map.
Spokane  Falls
Northern R'y.
Nelson  &  Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only aU rail route without change
of cars between Nelson and Eossland and
Spokane and Eossland.
(Daily Except Sunday)
Leave 6-20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p.m
"   12:05 "   EOSSL'D    "   11:20   "
"    8.30 a.m. SPOKANE   "    3.10 p-m
Train that leaves Nelsou at C :20 n.m.
makes close connections at Spokane for
all Pacific Coast Points.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek, oonnect at Marcus witb Stage
Daily.
X X
For One Cent a Word?
You can find a buyer for "Any X
Old Thing " if you advertise.
t
fln.ssiiiril Ailvi-rllsi iiunts.
All ndvcrlisemcnts in tnis column are
1 cont a word each Insertion. No advertisement taken for less than
n 25 cents.   ���>
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FOR SALE
Old papers at THE  MINER ollice.   25 centa
per hundred.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOUND.���A small key. Natlonnl Cash Register.   Apply "Miner" ollice.
MUSIC LESSONS. - On piano organ or
guitar, by Mrs. W. .1. Astley, Hobson streo1,
two door* west of Stanley.   P. O. Hox 180,
WANTEU.-Oirl   for  general   house  work.
Easy place.   Good wages.   Must sleep at home.
Apply Mrs. J, W. Stewart.
It. K. Lemon's cottage
WANTED.���Twenty laborers at ICrie. Wages
12.50 per day.   Board, $0 per week.
Apply W.D. BLAZE.
BM THE MINER,  MONDAY,   AUGUST i,  1898.
He  Thinks   Regent
Intended Offense.
Lippe
for Scotland. Professor Caird's best
Iknown literary wftrks are his "��� Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion." published in 1X80, and his
i'Spiuosa, " published in Blackwood's
Philosophical Classics for 'English
Readers.
NAPANEE BANK ROBBERY.
THE    GERMAN    PRESS
Is Still Hostile to America- Press Criticisms-Why Compensation for German
Merchants is i\Tot Pressed.
corn'
Press.
Berlin, July 80.���While  tho qnurrol
between Emperor William  and Regent
Lippe-Detmold is only a  tempest in a |
teapot   over 11 miserable  question  of
court   etiquette, ii   has  occupied  the
press lo the exclusion of iiliinisl   every-
thing   else.    A   high   offlcinl   of   the
ministry of the interior hns briefly out-
lined tho facts in tho case to llu
spondent   of   the    Associated
They are us follows :
The regent was already offended on
account of various alleged slights for
whieh he Illumed tho emperor, when
tho general commanding tho troops 111
the principal cities ordered his .soldiers
henceforth not to make the salute prescribed in case ol' ruling sovereigns or
to show the customary marks of respect to the regent's family. The
regent thereupon deeming his rights
under the military convention of 1878
to have been slighted, appealed tothe
emperor in a personal letter for redress.
This letter contained several passages
which were construed by his majesty
to bo purposely offensive, whereupon
ho sent tho regent u telegram wliich
traversed a dozen hands and then
reached the newspapers substantially
word for word. Then followed the
deeply offended regent's appeal to the
sovereigns of Germany and to the
bundesrath. The matter is expected
to remain in statu quo for some time.
The correspondent of the Associated
Press learns from another source lhat
Emperor William's anger was partly
aroused by certain references in the
regent's letter to the empress and her
family, apparently being drawn on the
question of rank in both eases, and
his majesty's ire was increased by the
faot that the legislature of Lippe-
Detmold, at the regent's behest and
without awaiting the decision of the
bundesrath, passed a law in March
prejudicing the chances of the succession of Adolphe of Siehaumburg
Lippe, Emperor William's brother-in-
law. The majority of the newspapers
uphold the regent. A Bavarian editor,
Herr Minninger, who lirst published
the story, publicly declares that he
only refrains for patriotic reasons from
publishing furl her details of (he goings
on at Berlin.
The newspapers here continue to
misunderstand or misinterpret the
temper of the Americans. They assert
that the latter are ready for peace on
almost any terms providing Ouba is
granted independence and that the war
is most unpopular, notably in business
circles, in spite of the phenomenal
successes the Americans have already
secured. The military editors continue
to assert that the TTnited Statos will
lind it more and more difficult lo
achieve an ultimate military success,
especially in Ouba,
As a reason for the delay in pressing
the German merchants' claims for
damages, whieh are alleged to have
arisen through the war in the Philippines, it is explained that the German
government considers it unwise to
push the claims now,while the Americans are more or less incensed against
Germany.
BOW   MORES DIED.
His  Murderers Unearthed   Two Years
After lhe ('rime.
London, July Illl.���Advices have "heen
received here from the United States
to the offoct that three natives have
beeu arrested in connection with the
murder of the Marquis de Mores, who
was reported on Tune 15, 1896, to have
been assassinated south of Tripoli.
The advices add that the prisoners
have confessed to the murder. The
Marquis de Mores lefl Plorite, a
Tripolian village, ou June si for Ohada-
inns with eight companions and an
escort of Tuaregs and Souhamhas, who
were armed with carbines, Ho was
attacked by the Tuareg escort, who
shot him and left hiin lying in ihe
rood,
The   'Marquis   ih
known in America,
of   the   Duke   of
married a  daughl
Osier, Q.C., Will Assist Hie Magistrate
at the Preliminary Hearing.
Napanee, Out., July 30. ���It has been
definitely   arranged  that  B. B. Osier,
[Q. 0., will attend tho preliminary investigation into the bank robbery caso
next week and will be present* in the
interest of the erown. Magistrate
Daly is not ;t lawyer by profession aud
will therefore be glad to have, eminent
: counsel to assist hint iu deciding
whether evidence sufficient to hold
the prisoners exists. This is the lirst
time in many years that so eminent a
counsel has been asked to undertake a
preliminary examination, but in view
of Ihe public agitation in connection
with tlie ease it is conceded that there
Bhould hereafter he no question as to
whether the case has bien properly
conducted from the start. Some fifty
witnesses will be subpoenaed for (lie
crown and as many more for Ihe defense. The more sensible portion of the
citizens, although they are in the minority, are contented to await the evidence before pronouncing innocent or
guilty the parties under arrest. Interest in the ease does not abate and tbe
proceedings will be watched with
much interest.
A MYSTERIOUS  DISEASE.
A Strange Outbreak Among the Cattle
and Horses of Ontario.
Kingston,Ont., Jaly 110.���Tbe farmers
in the vicinity of Elginburg have become greatly alarmed at a mysterious
disease whieh has made its appearance
among the young cattle of that vicinity. The disease ..ittacks COWS in tbe
eyes, which bulge out, after which
they go blind. The disease is not eon-
fined to eows, several horses and even
chickens having been affected. Dr.
Bell, Y. S., says it is a comparatively
new disease and many appear in enzootic or epizootic form. As it appears
in county Frontenae cattle are attacked at all ages, but dairy oows
seem lo suffer most*. The disease is
most prevalent in the hot and dry summer months, but may appear at any
time in the vear.
(Continued from First Pane.)
ambassador, it Was agreed   to   modify
the conditions iu oue particular.
Secretary Day withdrew for half an
hour and attended to the drafting of
ihe modification, This accomplished,
thc ambassador addressed himself to
the president, not so much as Ihe advocate of Spain, but personally. M.
Oambon is a man of fervid eloquonee,
and he spoke with an intensity of feel
ing whieh made a deep impression on
the president and the others present.
He spoke in French, each sentence
being caught and interpreted by M.
Thihault with rapidity, so that the
earnestness of the ambassador's impression lost little by this indirect
method of communication. The president spoke with equal frankness, and
an earnest and lengthy discussion took
place. There was scarcely a.point in
the whole length of the war which
was not met and freely discussed.
What the modification i.s that has
been agreed on can only be conjectured. There is reason to believe
that it relates either to the lime when
actual hostilities will bo suspended or
else to the extent of the Americans'
interest in the Philippines. It is now
for the Madrid government to give
iheir final approval to what was
partially accomplished today. It is
even possible that this approval may
eome very speedily, for there is no
need of extended conference or correspondence, But it is for Spain herself
to determine whether she will have
paeee or war.
TO   LET.
SMELTER BOARDING HOUSE
Mores   was   well
He was   the   son
Vallombrosa     and
r of Louis Valholl'-
maii, the banker of New York city, in
1SSS. coming lo America a year later,
settling in Dakota and embarking iu
the cattle-raising business. Tbe object
of bis journey to the Soudan was for
the purpose of enlisting au Arab chieftain's aid against the British government.
Tenders for a lease of the Smelter
boarding house and for the purchase
of the furniture, etc., will be received
until Monday, August  1, at II p. m.
Information   can   be obtained at the
gem nil ollice of
PROFESSOR OAIRD DEAD.
The Hall Mines, Ltd.
Subscribe for The Miner
Hi
Was Principal and Vice Chancellor
of Olasgow University.
' London, .luly III).���Professor John
Caird, Dl)., LL. D.. is dead at the age
of 78 years. Professor Caird was a
native of Greenock, and graduated at
the University of Glasgow in 1845. In
180:3 he was appointed professor of
divinity in the University of Glasgow,
and eleven years later he became principal and vice chancellor of the same
institution. For a time he held the
ollieo of one of   her majesty's captains
One Year
Half Ytar
One rionth
$10.00
$5-oo
$1.00
nelson cafe. Kirkpatrick & Wilson �� f
Y. HOSMI, Proprietor
The Best Meals in the City
from 25 cents up.
Tables   supplied   with    all
the delicacies of the .season
^_0PEN ALL NIGHT
NO CHINESE  EMPLOYED.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
L. L. Ij
ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR.
arc receiving Seasonable   Goods
for the best   trade   of  Nelson   in /
the lines of
GROCERIES, TEAS a��d COFFEE
The quality is the best and prices
right.       As always, onr stock of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
is full and beiny added lo as needed.
Kirkpatrickand Wilson, ��
BAKER STREET'
Special attention paid to auditing
Company's   books.       Business   accounts balanced anil set in order.
For terms apply
BOX 8 NELSON, B. C-
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. KF1ME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwall I
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Upposito Phair Hotul.
NELSON, B.C. P.O. BOX 583.
Extonded oxporlonco in Chilo nml German
South Africa. Assays mnl analysis of ore*.
Reports mul valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying mul mino plans kept
up by contract
CLOSING OUT SALE
HILLINERY   AT    COST.
For the next Thirty Days
. . . Also . . .
Flowers and  Hair Goods.
Room  Ii,   Tiiinri'-llocclili   lilin-k.Kn
trance Baker street.   Open from
8 11. 111. to 4.110 p. 111.
GENTS
CLOTHING
Repaired, Altorod, Cleaned, Pressod
uiul Hyoil bv iho N'kw  PBOCB8S at
KcaHonnblc Prlcos,
STEVENS,   Thk   Taii-oil^^^*
Room 9. Hillyer Hue.,  NELSON.
1*. S.-���Ladles Wool DrcMK Good? Hponged
befure Mukinir Up.
Waff Paper,      Sporting Good6
���   Hammocks,   ���
Cameras,  ��� Kodaks,
Photoaraphiu Supplies.
���*-������������������������*-���������������
Thomson Stationery Co.
1(122)
nsTEiLSOisr
Property Owners.
Do you want the rocks, slumps
or rubbish removed from your
yards, or your lawns levelled
down? If so we can do it tor
you. Will work either by day
or by contract.
Address 'I'. VV.
Care "Miner" ollice
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ATLANTIC
Steamship Lines
from Montreal or yncbec
Heaver Lino-Lake Huron Auk.  I*
Boavor Lino - Luke Huporior Aug, in
I loin in ion Line   Vancouver Au��.   8
Dominion Line Sootsman Ann, 18
Allan Line���California!] July 2fl
Allan Line   Nuiniillan Aii|{.   I
From New York
White Star Lino���Teutonic Ann.  II
White Star Line���Brltamiio Ann. 10
Cunard Line��� Luoanta Auk. 8
Cimrril Line   ICtrnriii Aug. 18
Allan Stato Line -Statu of Nebraska, * * Aug. 28
Allan Stale Line -Mongolian ..Aug. 12
Anchor Lino���Furueiwla Aug. SO
Anchor Line-Anehorla Aug. 18
Cabin, 145.00, ISO, liiti, $70, ?H0 und upward*.
Intermediate, 131,00 and upwards
Steerage. f 22.30 anil upwards,
Paasongers ticketed through to all point* li
Great Britain or Ireland, and al specially low
rates lo nil parts of tho European conl 1 lent.
Prepaid passages arranged from all point! .
Apply   to  GEO,   B.  I1EKK.   t'.P.It.  'I ckc.
Agent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM STIT'i
5M)  General Agont, O.P.R. Oftlcefl. Wlnnlpog.
���       ���       ���
TmmmTTYMimTTmTTTTTmTTYm
mill
SEE
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for Nobbiest and best and Save KASH.
IP. O. STORE.
.. CONTRACTORS..
Are Saving Money every day
on their Hardware Hills by
allowing" ns to figure with   theni.
Get Our Prices Estimates Cheerfully Given.
ORE CARS, T   RAILS
and all MINE  SUPPLIES.
Tel. No. II.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
GAMBLE fe O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and (ieneral Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
FOR  SALE
FOR RENT
Oorner Lot on Vernon St., with Building. 12 Lots in Hlnck
44F���Cheap,   2 I.i is Oor. Josephine and Robson,
��������vvw\\v\r'A\.
2 Lots and Dwelling near Oor Stanley St, on Observatory
St., 812 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St.,
��20 per month.   House and 2 Lots, Houston st,  $15 month.
Call and see onr full list of property for sale  in   "Hume"
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NELSON,   B. C.
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. 0. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager | XIC.   c.mn*.i    D   n
S. S. Fowler, L. M., , NhLSON,   B. C.
Mining Engineer J                                      593
Charles D. J. Christie
GENERAL BROKER.
INSURANCE,
REAL ESTATE,
MONEY TO I.OA
V
Houses to Rent at $14, $15 and $25.
FOR SALE.
Two Lots, garden ami fenced,  Victoria street, $000.
A 3 roomed Furnished House,  well finished, on fenced lot, S7H0.
A new House, flrst story stone, 2ml rough cast, 7 rooms, Electric Lights, .[L-jl
hot and cold water.   Finished in flrst elass manner, ready about*    '
loth August*.   Three minutes from post ollice.   Prices
quoted at my office,
4
PABST
A Trial will convince
that the World's Leading
Beer loses none of its good
qualities by being bottled
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER.
;W. A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
REAL ESTATE BROKER..
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.

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