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 Daily Edition No. i r
Nelson, British Columbia. Friday Morning, September 23, 189S.
Ninth Vear
REMOVAL   SALE  -**��>
BOOTS 6 SHOES
The first ot" October we move   into  the   Beer
Block, next to Jacob Dover, the Jeweller and
for the balance of September we will offer our
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 I went there " feeling.   .
LlLLIE'S SHOE HOUSE
NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF BRITISH COLUnBIA
TEE STORY OE
|0ervera and Augustin Arrive
in Spain.
BOTHARE INTERVIEWED
I Oervora Says His Conscience itt Clear and
Augustin Tells of the  Poor Defences of Manila.
tititis have kept to tlm loiter of tlieir
promise not to attaok the Moslems,
imt tliey have begun devastating (lie
olive groves owned bv Mussulmans,
Admiral Noel lias warned theni to desist. The Russian admiral lias suggested the disarmament of all the Cretans throughout the island.
LEAGUE   BALL.
Madrid, Sept. 22.
{Admiral Cervera,
���yesterday, said   he
Isoienoe regarding
���In au interview
who arrived here
had n eleiir con-
Han lingo,   but,   lie
Sent. 22.���At Baltimore���First game
���Baltimore 16, Chicago fi. Second
game���Called end 6th, rain���Baltimore
8, Chicago 1.
At Brooklyn���Called end 10th, darkness���Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 3.
At New York���Called end 8th, darkness���Now York 2, Louisville 7.
M Philadelphia���Philadelphia 18,
Cleveland 3.
At   Boston���Boston 8,   Pittsburg 12.
A VERY GRAVE MATTER
General Zurlinden's Perilous
Action.
IN THE PICQUART CASE
The Dreyfus Affair Eeco-mius: a Very ��eii-
ous Matter���Esterhazy Interviewee!.
He Leaves for Paris.
DESIGNER OP   THE   SHAMROCK.
lidded, nations   grow   great  hy  thoir
notaries   anil   not   by   their  defeats,
piowever,    glorious   they     might     bi\
Spain, he oontinned,   had   lived   in   a
jtlream and now sho had to faco reality.
[I'lie Spanish admiral   added   that  his
Tvarships were not destroyed in   battle
hit. were destroyed by iini'
General Toral, tho Spanish comnian-
|ler,   who  surrendered   his forces  at
Santiago do   Cuba,    has   also  arrived
liere.    He   did so   without   attracting
any attention and is now sick in   bod.
Tho   marked   coolness   of    Admiral
Cervera and his   officers   towards   the
minister of marine, Senor   Aunon,   is
lunch     commented   on   hero.      Senor
Ivnnon. and Itis stall, in uniform, met
Vduiiral   Cervera and his party in the
iiilroad   depot.    The   admiral   halted
jieforo the minister, saluted   and  said,
stiffly:   "I am at   the orders of  your
{���xcolleiioy.    I shall present*  myself   to
'he ministry today, as is my duty."
The admiral thou started to leavo,
Lftor embracing Captain Eulate, the
former commander of the Vizcaya,
Ind his comrades. The miuister of
Iiarino offered the use of his carriage
, Admiral Cervora, hut the latter de-
���liiiod to accept it and entered another
|oiiveyanco.
AUGUSTI ON DEWEY.
General Augusti, former captnin-
oneral of the Philippines islands,who
i just arrived at Vittoria, Spain,
torn Manila, in an interview just
Jublished is quoted as discussing the
Philippine question in an interesting
(tanner. Ho is alleged to have re-
larked : '' Before I loft Spain I knew
lie situation in the Philippines was
fravo. Senor Moreta, the minister
tho colonies in the last cabinet of
iinor Sagasta,remarked at the time that
', war with the United States broke
lit there would bo a terrible stato of
���tings." Continuing. General Au-
listi described Admiral Montojo's
betas: "Some old, wooden ships"
fid said they camo to Manila prac-
cally pursued by Dewey. Ho thou
id, ''Our batteries fired at the Amer-
[ans but our guns woro mountod on
plates and after the lirst shots
By became useless. At daybreak wo
in the powor of the Americans
Id an hour afterwards, the Spanish
let had ceased to exist. Uewoy suni-
Vmed mc to surrender, I refused, and
threatened to raze the town, I re
eil, raze it, but so long as I live, the
banish flag will float on tho rums of
fcnila, Then began the terrible time
tho soigo and tho anguish of tho
pekado. Famine stared us in thc
In the meantime hostilities were
hduoted throughout the provinces,
It. save in isolated cases, humanely.
Iwcy repeated his summous to sur-
lidor and I again rofused, Dewey
fen bombarded the town and Manila
It-rendered, but the danger was not
or. Considering my presence no
liger necessary, I asked the govern-
Ent for permission to go home, as my
Tition had become by no means easy.
I think I havo dono my duty as -
Idier aud a Spauiard.''
fcMIRAL  NOEL'S  HARD   TASK.
Quaeustown, Sept. 22.���Will Fyfo.
jr., the yacht designer, returned from
New York on the Majestic. Ho intends, ho said, to proceed direct to
Clasgow, wlioro he would begin the
designing of Sir Thomas Liptou's
new racing cutler Shamrock, which i.s
to be constructed iu Belfast.
SOMETHING   FOR GERMANY.
Berlin, Sept. 22.���The Zanzibar correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeitung
records the belief existing hero, that
England will code Zanzibar to Ger
ninny, in return fnr Gorniir . ..'*, concessions regarding Dolagoa Bay.
DEATHS   AT   PONCE.
Washington,      Sept.     22.���(
Brooks   at   Ponce   reports  four
among troops  there yesterday
Corporal Bernard   Boyne  and
enerai
deaths
Two,
Private
Morris, both of lhe Eleventh infantry,
wore killed by lightning.
TO HOLD THE KHYBER PASS.
Loudon, Sept. 22���There i.s a growing belief in Indian circles hore that
Great Britain will shortly take possession of Khyber pass, the principal
northern pass from Afghanistan into
India.
A FRENCH CREW LOST.
Paris, Sept. 22.
Villi)   do   Tampa
pore,   and    her
drowned.
���The French vessel
foundered off Cam-
crew    of    86   were
AN INSANE CHINAMAN.
Appearod    Before   Police    Magistrate
Crease Yesterday���Case Remanded.
Tho usual monotonous routine of
Police Magistrate Crease's court was
slightly disturbed yesterday morning
by tho appearance of a crazed Chinaman, who had been arrested tho
previous night by Chief McKinnon.
The almond eyed Mongolian was found
hy the chief in a tent down in Chinatown about 2 o'clock in the morning,
singing and shouting. After being
placed in the cell ho kept up the noine
until after daylight, to the great annoyance of tho othor guosts at tho
oity's free hotel. The members of tho
Chinese colony in Nelson havo shown
a groat desire to learn English and for
this purpose a number of them attend
church and Sunday school regularly
and for some months last winter a
school for Chinese was conducted in
Connection with the EpWOrth League
of the Methodist church.
This particular Chinaman was a
regular attendant at Ihe church services not only on Sundays but during
the week and made professions of
Christianity. When arraigned before
Police Magistrate Crease, and upon
being asked his name ho said "My
mime is Archie, I belong to the
Bible, "and then launched out into a
harangue in Chinese. Another Chinaman who was present said. "Ho a
Christian, he muelieo clazy. "
The caso was remanded until this
afternoon, to allow of medical examination as to his sauity, and the other
Chinaman was requested to collect
euough money among his countrymen
to pay his fare to New Westminster,
should it bo deemed necessary to send
him. In this caso the doctrines of
Christianity appears to have unbalanced the mind of the Oriental. Tho
wonder in tho caso is that he was ever
allowed to como up for trial, as crazy
Chinamen, the aged, the   crippled and
iJaudia,   Sept.    22.���Realizing    the
ficulties attendiiug compliance with
,   demand   for tho surrender of   tho
lus of the Mussulmans,Admiral Noel [useless members of Chinese society
It extended the timo for the turning ] generally have a mysterious way of
Cr to their arms to him.   Tho Chris-. disappearing, leaving no traco behind.
Paris, Sept. 22.���Situation here is
generally admitted to be grave by both
press and poople. The conflict between the civil and militmy authorities is becoming acute. The sudden
and unexpected action of Zurlindeu,
military governor of Paris, in prosecuting Picquart ou charges of forgery
and using forged documents, assume a
grave aspect on account of tlie circumstances attending this intervention of
military authority in the civil court.
Now that the Dreyfus question has become a great national matter, every
proceeding in the affair has state importance. Zurlinden's ignoring of this
obvious act is very significant. He
comes forward as the defender of the
army, prosecutor of its supposed cul
initiators and a resolute opponent ot a
revision of the case. From this appeal to the public in the line of the establishment of a dictatorship there is
no wide step. The Radical makes a
bitter attack on the goneral staff, which
it charges with aiming at the moral
assassination of Picquart, through a
secret military trial.
Henri Rochefort in the Intrausig-
uenteni declares that* Picquart was
bribed by Russia or Germany to save
Dreyfus.
ESTERHAZY   IN  LONDON.
London, Sept. 22.���Tho Daily News
says that Comte Esterhazy has been
sojourning in London in the guise of
an Italian count. Ho speaks Italian
fluently. The Daily News reporter
caught him at Charing Cross as lie
was about to start for Paris. Iu the
oourse of the interview Esterhazy said
ho had passed the detectives detailed
to watch him in Paris in his present
disguise and that nobody had recognized him. "But," ho continued, "I
distrust even this. I told General
Poliieux, after the suicide of Colouol
Henri, that it* would be impossible to
stop things and that tho movement
would bo formidable. The generals
lost tlieir heads. I wroto to Cavaignac
a long lotter acquainting him with
the points of the affair. He refused to
see me. My ruin had been determined
upon. I was thrown overboard and
had nothing left but go away and
wait developments."
Comti) Esterhazy proceeded to declare that he had vainly tried to convince General Pellieux that tho Henri
document was a forgery, but that Goneral Pellieux had declined to listen to
him.
"Thero were," said Count Esterhazy, "but throo persons who knew
tho truth of the matter, Saunders,
Henri and myself. The first two aro
dead and I alone hold the secret.''
Comte Esterhazy complained bitterly
of the treatment of himself and Madame Pays, who is iu prison in Paris.
Ho deolares that judge d'instruction,
Boutulois, had Madanio Pays brought
from the Saint Laziar prison and
offered her liberty if she would reveal
all she knew about* the generals. Aftor
reference to other phases of tlie affair,
Count Esterhazy said :
"I intend to publish a work that
will throw light* upon the unhealthy
Dreyfus story. Cavaignac mado a
mistake in persecuting mo, but ho
struck at the samo time, his relation,
Du Paty du Clam. I may mention that
I had already declined a pension
Offered by General Billot."
Comte' Esterhazy affected a gay
nonchalance, but just as ho was taking the train ho said intt sharp,nervous
tone without pausing for breathi "I
don't know whether I. shall make use
of this documents in my possession. It
will depend upon the march of
events."
THE MOB HOWLS AT PICQUART.
Paris, Sept. 23.���Everything tends
to confirm the opinion that-General
Zurlindeu, in ordering the military
prosecution of Colonel Picquart, acted
entirely upon his own initiative. The
Temps declares that the cabinet had
previously refused to sanction General
Zurlinden's proposal to prosecute Colonel Picquart and that General Zurlindeu, therefore waited until he had resumed tho military governorship of
Paris, when ho acted upon his own
authority. Upon leaving the La Sainto
prison, Colonel Picquart had a portmanteau and a portfolio. Ho. looked
palo and careworn. Tho blinds of the
fiacre wero drawn directly he ontered
it.    A mob which  had  been howling
outside tho prison, rnshed toward Picquart as ho emerged, shaking their
fists and shouting, some for mid some
against him. A similar mob waited
at tho Chorche Midi prison. A de ���
taohment of military in both cases
protected Picquart.
A majority of the papers denounced
the military coup with varying degrees of severity. M. Olomeneeau, in
tho Aurore, charges M. Brisson with
cowardice and imbecility, and couples
President Faure's name wilh that of
Genoral Zurlindeu in tho alleged plot
to suppress tho truth aud defeat justice. M. Clemeneeau dwells strongly
on the mauvaises chances of the
Oherohe Midi prison and credits the
ex-war minister with the remark: "If
General Mercier had not been soft
hearted, he would lur. e had Dreyfus
murdered."
Another paper, the Droits de
L'Homme, abuses M. Faure with the
greatest virulence, and accuses him of
employing M. Brisson to make a
coup d'etat. It pointB out that President Faure's military friends hold all
tho strong posts.
TP EMPEROR
No
More Reforms
Chinese.
for
the
MUST GET OUT AT ONCE.
Washington, Sept. 22.���War department officials in reply to the question
whether thero was any disposition to
accede to the request of the Spanish
for postponement of the evacutiou of
Cuba until somo time next spring,
stated that no delay would be considered. The evacuation must proceed
with expedition and troops of tho
United States wero now being put in
readiness for occupation of Cuba and
would be sent there.
ONE TOUCH OF   NATURE.
THE EMPRESS IN POWER
It is Pelieved That Ihis Chango Means
the Eeoall of Li Hung Chr.ng���Be-
formers   Disappointed.
Vancouver, Sept. 22.���The Chinese
and the Japanese showed tlieir sympathy for New Westminster and now
one hears of the generous nature of the
redskins. Yesterday, Joe Kwaw-
Kwaw Apilt, Indian chief at Chilliwack, wont to Indian Agent- Devlin
stating that he had heard of the disastrous tiro and wanted to know what
ho could send down for the relief of
the sufferers.
INSTALLATION OF A BISHOP.
Pembroke, Sept. 22.���The town wns
gaily decorated yesterday in honor of
the installation nf Bishop Lorraiu, as
first bishop of Pembroke. A special
train full of clergy camo in early in
tho day and there was a procession
frojn tho Canadian Pacific railway
station to the bishop's palaco. Installation took placo in tho ovening in
the Cathedral," being performed by
Bishop Larocquo, of Sherbrooke.
Nearly all the bishops of Ontario nud
Quebec were present.
TYPHOID AT CAMP WYCKOFF.
Camp Wyckoff, Sept. 22.���Three
deaths occurrod in tho general hospital
todtiy from typhoid. There aro 342
patients today. The cavalry who arrived from Cuba on tho City of Mexico
yesterday were lauded today. The 18
sick wero sent to tho general hospital.
No more transports aro expected at
this placo from Santiago.
THE SCOTTISH RITE.
Cincinnati, Sept. 22 ���The supreme
lodge of the Scottish Rito Masons adjourned this afternoon to meet in Philadelphia the third weok in September
1899. Tho roport of tho financial com-
mitteo was adoptod. Its balances wero
all ou the surplus side, inoludiug au
item of $181,000, investment fuuds.
AN EASY VICTORY.
New York, Sept. 22.���Tho international cricket match botwoon Capt.
Warner's English cricketers and tho
New York eleven, wliich began yesterday at Staton Island Cricket club
grounds, terminated this afternoon iu
a hollow victory fo>- the visitors, who
won by an innings and 247 rims.
TRADE RETURNS.
Ottawa. Sept. 22.���The customs department has issued the August trade
figures which show large increases in
imports, exports and revenue. The
aggregate trade last year increased by
over $3,(100,000 and revenue increased
by $340,000. Imports increased by $2,-
500,000 ami exports by about $600,000,
MR.   MORRISON'S  MISSION.
Pekin, Sept. 22.���An Imperial edict
just issued announces definitely that
the Emperor of China has resigned
power to the Empress, (dowager empress) who has ordered the ministers
to deliver to her in futuro official reports.
It i.s difficult to obtain reliable information at the palace in regard to
the proceeding but tho rocont reformatory edicts probably caused the
change. While the emperor was sub-
serviant and a mere figure head, the
dowager empress permitted him to remain in peace. But, as soon as ho attempted to act on his own initiative,
his practical deposition was the result.
His principal advisor. King Hunioi,
the Cantonese reformer, fled iu face of
vigorous attempts made to arrest him
aud it is said he is now on his way to
Shanghai. Tho effects of the change
must be great and in all probability.
Li Hung Chang will bo reinstated in
power and Russian influouco will increase. The hopes of reform so
ardently cherished by the intelligent
classes of the Chinese, aro now impossible. The suddenness of the course
is said to be duo to tho desire of the
dowager empress to prevent tho mission of the. Marquis Ito from being
successful. The Japanese statesman recently came to Pekin with the object
of trying to bring about an alliance
offensive and defensive between Japan
and China.
THE FRIEND OF RUSSIA.
London, Sept. 22.���The Daily Mail's
Pekin corespondent telegraphing Wednesday says: "The dowager empress
is greatly incensed over Russia's passivity over Li Hung Chang's degradation and Sir Claude McDonald's attitude sinco Li Hung Chang's fall.
Sho has granted to M. Pavioff, the
Russian charge d'affairs, several
lengthy audiences. Probably Li Hung
Chang will return to power, but not to
office. "
Vancouver, Sept. 22. ���Aulay Mor
rison, M. P., has left hurriedly for
Dawson, He refused to disclose tho
object of his visit,but it is understood
ho has been asked by the Dominion
government to enquire carefully into
complaints about the government of
the Yukon.
AN IMPORTANT   RULING.
Washington, Sept. 22.���Tho secretary of the treasury today made an important ruliug by which consuls in
foreign countries are not authorized to
issue certificates to privileged classes
of Chinese entering this couutry.
SAILED   FOR   HOME.
Washington, Sept. 22.���The war department has a cablegram from General Brooke, stating that 800 Spanish
troops sailed for home today.
TROUBLE  BREWING.
Chile and   Argentine   May Come to a
Rupture Shortly.
Buenos Ayres, Sept. 22.���El Tempo
says Chili hns given Argentina fivo
days in which to accept unrestricted
arbitration of the boundary dispute
between the two countries.
THERE WILL  NOT BE WAR.
London, Sopt.   22.���A despatch   has
been received  hero  from  General Recti, resident-elect of Argentina, saying
there  will   be   no war
country and Chili.
between   that
DONE   IN   SECRET.
London, Sept. 22.���A despatch to
the Globe from Hong Kong gives do-
tails of a secret convention signed at,
Pekin, March 27. It appears the Chinese thereby concluded an agreement
with St. Petersburg by which China
ceded Port Arthur and Talien Wan,
stipulating that only Russian and
Chinese warships enter or dock at Port
Arthur. Russia,it appears gets exclusive use of tho inner harbor of Talien
Wan, solo administration of the ceded
territories and a track of land north of
Talien Wan, designated as the Buffer
bolt.
FILIPINO REPRESENTATIVES.
San Francisco, Sept. 22.���Among Ihe
passengers on iho steamer China from
Hong Kong were Filopi Agoncello and
Jose Lopez who tire going to Washington as representatives of Aguinaldo.
Agoncello declines lo make public
what Aguinaldo wants or expects, but
states that the insurgents generally
look for ultimate independence.
THE SILVER MARKET.
York,
Bar  silver.
$12
New   York,   Sept.   22.*
01 5-10 ; Mexican dollars, 47
Copper, quiet;   brokers'   price,
exchange,   $12.25 to $12.87 kf.
Lead, dull and easy ; brokers'   priee,
$3.85; exchange, $3.97 >2to $4,021.;,'.
Tin,     quiet;     Straits,     $10.15    to
$10.22};,'; plates, quiet.
BRYAN AT WASHINGTON.
Washington, Sopt. 22.���Colonel William J. Bryan, of tho third Nebraska
volunteers, is in the city and spent the
morning making calls on tint heads of
the various army departments.
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insure change.
The scoundrels of the Dreyfus atrocity are making excuses and trying to
get under cover. Esterhazy speaks of
his duty as a soldier aud intimates
that he was following orders in the
case. When a soldier is ordered to do
something which would mako him a
vile wretch and a criminal, houor
supercedes duty, tmd says, hotter I
should dio than do this thing. But
that is a kind of honor that has disappeared from the French army evi-
dently.
UNDER THE   ELECTION ACT.
Different interpretations of tho election law, as affecting tho sale of liquor
ou September 29, the day on which
the electors will vote on the prohibition question, are, now going the
round of tho pross. The Toronto Globe
holds that hotels and saloons and places
where liquor is sold must, according
to law, be kept closed on that day.
The crown attorney and magistrate at
Hamilton, Out., have instructed the
license inspector of that city that the
closing law does not apply on the day
of voting. Following this comes the
opinion of Hon. B. W. Scott, secretary
of stato for Canada, to tho effect that
the Dominion elections act in all its
clauses relating to liquor selling, treating, bribery, etc., applies upon tho day
in question. So that it is pretty clear
that vendors of liquor will have to
keep their doors locked upon that day,
under penalties specified in the act.
Mr. John A. Turner, returning officer
in this city, has received no instructions yet on tlie subject from the
authorities, but doubtless they will bo
in accordance with Hon. Mr. Scott's
opinion.
As evidence that a clever man cannot be kept down, tako the caso of Li
Hung Chang, when he is thrown out
of the front door of officialdom, he
walks in at the back with the utmost
composure. Take it all round Li has
boon pretty much on top in China and
he is going to cause trouble there.
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Silver is now up to 61 fi-lli and with
it rise the spirits of the Slocan. Every
point of increase means much to that
rich region whero production cannot
be too profitable to overtake the predictions of well-wishers wbo believe
tho Slocan to be, mile for mile, the
greatest mining district in the world.
. .CONTRACTORS..
Arc Saving Money every day
on their Hardware Hills by
allowing us to figure with them.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIltKCTOHY.
Governor-Gcncrni - Karl of Aberdeen
Premier - - Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Common*, Dominion Parliament, West Kootenny        Ilewitt Bostock
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.Governor - Hon T R Mclnnes
Premie* - Hon Chas Semlin
Attorney-General       -       Hon Joseph Martin
Minislerof Finance - Hon F C Cotton
MiniRter Mines and Education   Hon J F Hume
Pres Kxeoutivc Council      Hon Dr McKechnic
Member Legitlative Assembly tor Nelson Riding - Hon .1 F Hume
Get Our Prices
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
ORE CARS, T   RAILS
and all MINE SUPPLIES.
Tel. Nn. 21.
Mr. Clarke Wallace at the Quebec
conference as representative of the
manufacturers' association is evidence
that there is some go in tho Third
Party yet, but what weight the
Manufacturers' Association carries it
would be difficult to say.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
It is believed that the axe has not
been put out of commission at the capital, but* has merely been sent out to
be sharpened.
One of these days barricades will obstruct tho stroets of  Paris and the old
story of  a republic, overturned will
repeated.
be
COMMUNICATIONS.
ROYALTIES IN   THE YUKON.
The loudest talk about tho imposition of royalties in the Yukon region
comes from citizens of the United
States who enjoy privileges in that
country which they have steadfastly
refused to give to Canadians anywhere
in the States. A short time ago a
party of Canadians and Englishmen
went down the Yukon into Alaska and
there staked ground they thought
promising to work. They began operations and were making pay When
along came a number of Americans
who restaked the claims and irlorod
the Oandians off. They were forced
to comply as the Alaskan mining regulations expressly stato that no aliens
can stake and own mining olaims in
that region. If Canadians should adopt
the same regulations they would have
every justification, but a more liberal
policy wtis agreed upon so that the law
should not stand in any man's way.
Anyone can go into the Yukon district
and stake a claim, and the civil and
military powers are there to uphold
him in such rights as are his. In return all he is asked to do is to contribute 10 per cent royalty on tho gold
ho may fintl ever a certain amount,
by which limitation the owners of
poor claims are exempt. As an argument against this it is asserted that
no royalty was imposed in California
in tho early days. But a tax of $6 a
month on each claini held by aliens
was collected by tho sheriff and thero
are men in Kootenay today who paid
it.
In British Guiana, where considerable work has been done on placer
bars, the royalty is 90 cents an ounce,
but the. cost to the government of
maintaining order In the inining district cannot compare to the cost of administration in the Yukon. Thoso
who have rich and royally paying
claims in the Yukon, whether they bo
British subjects or citi/.eus of tho
United States, should be satisfied.considering what they get in return, to
pay the. royalty even if it should be
put at 20 per cent, If they feel themselves aggrieved all ihey have to do is
to abandon their claims and they will
find many willing to take thom up
oven if the royalty was fixed at half
the output. The government should
mako no change in tho royalty, and
all' right minded men will snport the
authorities in fixing such a tax.
SUNDAY LABOR  IN MINES.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale aod Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
e^Z- A-***A*IAA**^S^9
Branch Mai kets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
0riler6 by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
NKLSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor - - Jolm IIoiihIoii
Aldermen-Chas Hillyer, \V V Teetzel, .1 A
Gilker, J J Malone, K P Whalley. Thos Madden.
City Clerk
Police Magistrate
Chief ofl'olico
Chief of Fire Depart intuit.
Amliior
Water Commissioner
Ilwill h Officer
City Engineer
City council meets every Monday, tl p.m., at
city hall, cor Victoria and Josephine st
SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Dr. K C Arthur. Dr. G A H Hall, Geo John
stone.   TJrlncipal--J 11 Groen.
J K Strachan
K A Crease
A   F McKlnnon
XV J Thompson ]
John Hamilton
T M Ward
Di.-' nlliiii I
A. L. M'C'ulloch '
SOUTH KOOTENAY BOARD  OF TRADE.
President ��� J Roderick Robertson.
Vice-President - James Lawrence.
Socy-Treas. - John A Turner.
KOOTKNAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL
President John A. Turner
vice-Pros. W, A. Jowett.
Secretary I). MoArthur
Treas. ��� J A Forin
Medical Supt. . Dr. O. A H Hall
To the Editor of The Miner:
Sir : In reference to your editorial
in the issuo of tho 21st inst., upou
"Sunday Labor," is it the mine owners or those who represent theni who
desire this Sunday labor or is it not
those who work in the mines? You
write as if the former were tho ease,
as if they���tho owners or thoso who
represent them���compelled the workers
in the mine to do this Sunday labor. My
observations leads me to the contrary
conclusion���that it is in consequence
of tlio attitude of the laboring men
that this Sunday labor goes ou. It is
they who want it, not tho owners who
insist upon it. The best miners, it is
well known, take work in a mine
where they can work any day rather
than in one where there is no Sunday
labor, and knowing this, the mine
owners yield to this desire on their
part. So it is in this camp, where
however ono at least of the mines
ceases operations on Sunday. The
question of Sunday labor in mines is
indeed not an easy one to solve. In
the case of many mines, some at least
of those who work thero must of necessity work ou Sunday to keep the mine
free from water and so enable operations to go on i/i them on tho following day. Where this is the case, it is
felt that all had better work ou Sunday. Many again are situated on high
altitudes and at considerable distances
from towns and other mines; and in
such cases it is felt by the owners or
their representatives that it is better
for the men to be at work on Sundays
than to mope around the bunk houses
doing nothing, while the men say that
they would rather work evory day aud
take an occasional lay-off as they
would need it. In tho case again of
others situated near towns, the mine
owners say that their men return to I
work fresher and better fitted for that
work on Monday after laboring on
Sunday than would be the ease gener- <
ally of operation had then ceased���that j
their work would hurt them less than
would whiskey, debiutchery and black
I jack.
The question of   Sunday labor is, as i
1 have said in the case   of   mines, not j
an easy one to solve, except for clergymen   and  cranks   generally who  will '
i solve that and any   other question olT- '
j hand and for all time.    Of   this, how- j
i ever I have no doubt that it is the men i
generally who are desirous of this Sunday labor  and   not   the   masters  who
impose it on them. A. B. O.
Silverton, B. O., Sept. 21, 1898.
To I hose who are purchasers of Groceries and Prov Isions
we would remind you that wo figure quito prominently in
catering to that class of trade. Our customers are many
and if you are not one of them why you cannot become
one any too soon.
We are about to vacate our present premises at the end
of this month, after which you will find nsonedoor furthi i-
east, where the facilities will be such as to greatly assist
us in handling our increasing trade.
To the people we would say thill if they should notice
tliittoiu-placeoflmsiiiessiscliiseilaL7p.nl, not to suppose, as did a friend of ours who canto into town to sec us
last week, that wo were iii financial difficulties. On being
asked his reasons foi his suppositions, be said it looked like
it on the face of things, and he was convinced that, it was
a dead sure thing if we sold goods to everyone as cheap as
we did t,u him. He evidently forgot our oiotto "Fairness
lo everyone and
M. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
Close
8.1X1 p.m.
8.30 ft.ni.
1.1)0 ii.m.
(i.00 p.m.
NKLSON POSTOFFICE
United Slates, Ontario,Que
t'ciind Eastern Province
"ints on N.  & F. S. line,
Victoria anil Itosslnnd.
sew Denver, Sandon utul
���.loeun Luke Points.
Kaslo anil Kootenay Luke
l-oints
Itosslnnd.   Trail.    Niikiisp.
Hobson. points on main line
'���'..  P.  It..   Vancouver and
Winnipeg
Dm
6.15 p.m.
2.80 p.m.
i.45 ;i,hi.
7.00 a.m.'
Ot'KICK 1IOUUS.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.; General
Delivery, 8 a.m, to 8 p.m.;  Registration, 8.3t>
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Money Orders and Savings Hank
9a.m. to 1 p.m.; Sunday 1 linur 110 lo 11 a.in).
J. A. GILKER, Postmaster
DISTRICT DIltKCTOHY.
Government Inspector of Agencies \V J Goeps
Guld Commissioner
Mining ltecorder-Tax Col
Collector of Customs
Provincial Assessor
County Court. Judgo
Registrar        ���    -
Inspector of Schools
O. G. Dennit
R F Tolniii
Geo. Johnstoni
John Kei'i
.1 A Forir
KT HSlmpkint
William llurii!
PETER GENELLE
: : NELSON BRANCH
CO.
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regulai
prices and carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
OFFICE AND YARD C.  P.  R.
STATION     .    .    .
A.   E.   YOUNG, AGENT.
A NKW CONCENTRATOR.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
Camps supplied on shortest notice and Lowest. Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kepi in stock.
Markets at Nelson and Yniir.
E. C TRAVES
Manager.
Silverton, Sept. 22.��� (Special)���Con-
si ruction on the first concentrator np
the Pour Milo creek���a 100 ton mill
which is being erected for the Comstock mine���starts today. The contractor is a Mr. Mitchell recently from
Whitewater where he wns engaged in
orecting a concentrator for the Whitewater mines. It is the taking of another step in advance for tho mines
around (Silverton for there tiro otliers
wliich in  the   near future will bo fol-
It is said that  tho  conservatives are
going   to  vote   for prohibition in tho | lowing the example of the Comstock.
W. A. JOWETT,
MINING AND
+^-REAL ESTATE BROKER
���������������������.���������������������������
Victoria Street = NELSON, B. C.
PROVINCIAL JAIL DIRECTORY.
Warden Capt, N. Filzstuhh;
First Jailer            - It. Lidder
Second Jailor Geo. Partridgi
Third Jailer              - John McLarei
Senior Guard   it, Inn
CHURCH DIltKCTOHY.
Cuunoil OF ENOtANU���Matin 11 a.m.; Kvoj
Song. 7.t'O p in. every Sunday, Holy Ciiinintiii
Ion on 1st, anil 3rd Sundays in Ihe month nfte
Matins; en 2nd unit 1th Sundays, at 8 a.u
Sundny School at2,30 p.m. Rev. II. S. Ak,
burnt, Hector.   Cor W'urd and Silica streets.
Prkbbytkrun Ohuroh���Services at H a.nl
and 7.:ttl p.m. Sunday School nt 2,80 p.n
Prayor mooting Thursday evening at 8 ii.in
Christian Endeavor -Society meets overy Moi
dny evening ut 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Kiev
Pastor.
Methodist   CnnnoH���Corner silica at
.losi']ihino Streets, Services at 11 a m. and 7.
ji. in. ; Sahhiith School, 2.90 p.m.: Prayer mee
ing on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Kpwort
League O, E��� Tuesday at 8 a.m. Rev. Jon
Robson, Pastor.
Catholic Ciiuhcii���Mush at Nelson, Br
anil third Sunday at Sand 10.00 a.m.; Honedl
tion at 7 30 to 8 p.m. Rev. Father Ferlan
Priest.
BHai'Tist OntJROH ��� Services morning ui
ovoning.it.il a.m.and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer mui
ing Wednesday evening at 8 p.m,; Meetln
are held in tho school house, strangers con
ally welcomed.   Rov. G. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Army���Services evory event
at 8 o'clock in barracks on Victoria strei
Adjutant Millnor in charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LODGK, No. 23. A. F. &
M. meets socond Wodnosday In ea
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
G. L. Lennox, Secretary
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lod,
is? No. Ki, meets every Monday nig
at their Hall, Kootenay stre
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invitod.
A. II. Clements, N, G.       Fred J Squires, Si
NKLSON   LODGK  No. 25. K. of
V'leets in Castlo hull, McDonald bl.
every second and fourlh Tuesday ev
ling at 8 o'clock.   All vlBitlng knig
'cordially invited,
R. G. Joy, C. C.
(820) Geo. Ross K. of R.and8
NKLSON   LODGK,   I. O. O. T.      Meets
Castlo Hall, McDonald  lllock, every Mon.
evening  at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars
dlally invited, John Tklkuiui,
Chief Teniph
J. F. Jaeohson   S
NKLSON S   QUKKN   NO.
SONS    OF     KNGLAND,   mj
second and fourth Wcdnesda*
each monlh at Iv. of P. Hall, J
����� m   Donald Ulock,   cor. Vernon
^-^S^   Josephine Streets.   Visiting br
rn cordially invited. Kknkst King,
Ciiab. H. Farrow, Worthy Presto
Secretary.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 m
1st and tin! Wednesday In each month in
K of 1J Hull. F W Swanell, C. D. S. 0. R.I
Green, C.R.: J. Kurkiss, Scoy.
NKLSON LODGK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., r
every Thursday in tho I.O.O.F, hall, i
Williams, M.W.I W S Smith, Reo.-Sec.;.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver
P. M. W.
NKLSON L.O.L. No. 10112 meets in thc
Donald block every Thursday ov8iiing
o'clock. Visiting members cordially inT
John Toyo W M.; F. J. Bradley, R.S. THE MINER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,  1898
I GENERAL LOCAL NEWS
EVENTS   OF   INTEREST   IN
AROUND NELSON.
AND
llllllllill     or    llapiii-iiillgs    III   the
l.isirlii lliirlng Hie I'iihI
Fen Hays.
J. J. B. Gosselin   left  ou yesterday
evening's train.
T. S.   Ingrain   returned '.to   Oalgary
yesterday evening.
T. Mayne Daly,   Q. (J.
jailor and warden of the Kamloops jail
and of the management of tho jail in
general. A. E. Beck of Vancouver is
head of the oommission.
Edward Johnston wlio wns recently
killed in the Hall Mines, was buried
in tlie new cemetery yesterday morning at 11:30. The funeral, at which
tho Bev. Mr. Robson officiated, was
largely attended by the friends of the
deceased. The arrangements were
carried out by the undertaking firm of
D. McArthur & Oo.
MINING   TRANSFERS.
Where no consiieration is named ln transferw
tho nominal sum of SI iH to be understood.
SLI Li
QjJlLi
Nelson.
Kept. Hi.���
Sahib���W. F. Edgar to Spencer San
dersou, f^.
Golden Gate
Jenny Lind-
L. Mercer.
Leander���A. H. Clements
|20.
PAREWEIiL TO MR. WELCH.
is in   town
on legal business.
Louis Blue, the contractor is registered at the Phair.
Mrs. Coleman Stucket left yesterday
evening for the Slocun.
F. M. McLeod,barrister of Rosslnntl,
returned home yestedrny.
The members of tho Cosgrove company nre registered at the Phair.
W. J. Goepel left on yesterday evening's train for a trip tc Cariboo.
E. E. Phair returned yesterday evening to the Halcyon Hot Springs.
C. Hammond, manager of the Slocan
News company of Sandon, is in the
city.
Miss Hatch hns returned from a
three wTeek's visit to Rosslund and
Boundary.
Over $800 lias boen subscribed in
Kamloops for the New Westminster relief fund.
H. E. T. Haultain, M. E., of Rosslnntl,passed through the city yosterday
ou his wny home.
Messrs. Robbins tind Lang, the well
known assayers of Kossland, are, with
their respective wives, registered at
the Hume.
The new C. P. R. tug built at Roseberry for the freight traffic on Slocan
lake will bo completed nntl ready for
work iu a few weeks.
Among those registered at tlie Hume
tire Bruce White, Sandon; T. M. Cum-
niiiigs nnd F, J. Byron, Silverton,
and R. H, Truemtin, Vnneovuer.
Congregation   of   the  Baptist  Church
Bid Farewell to Their Pastor.
A farewell meeting of the Baptist
congregation and friends was held
yesterday evening at the Baptist
church, the occasion being tlie departure of Rov. G. R. Welch, who leaves
this morning for McMaster college,
Toronto to complete his theological
studies. Notwithstanding the heavy
rain there wns a large attendance to
say farewell to Mr. Welch.
Mr. Creaso presided nt the meeting
and tho following was the order of tho
programme :
Opening exercises, hymn and prayer.
Chairmnn's address.
Song���Mr. Williamson.
Solo���Miss Amiable.
Song���Mr. Gerviin.
Song���Mr. Parkinson.
Recitation���Mr. Williamson,
Trio���Messrs. Lawrence, Parkinson
and Williamson,
At the conculsiou of  the programme
Mr. Waterman on behalf of the congregation of   the  Nelson Bnptist church,
iu   an    appropriate    aud   interesting
speech, recounting   tho   early  history
of   the Baptist cause and work in Nelson bore testimony to the earnest   aud
| successful pastorate   of Mr. Welch nnd
j presented him with a  gold watch as a
parting   gift.    The outside case of the
j watch   bore   Mr.   Welch's   monogram
I while the   inside was   engraved   with
Ithe  following words:   "Presented   to
Rov. G. R. Welch, by   the  First Baptist  church. Nelson, September  22ud,
1S0H. "
Mr. Welch was taken completely by
surprise and in a feeling manner
thanked the congregation for their
many acts of kindness to him during
his pastorate and for tho valued present of the evening.
Rev. Mr. Robson followed with an
interesting address, in which lie expressed his regret at. the departure of
Mr. Welch from the citv.    He referred
I), and F.
Beaton to F.
Macdonald,
to A. Macdonald,
Sept. 17.���
Iron Band���J. M. Hickey   to  H. G
Paquiu, %.
Sept. 19 ���
Smuggler
%, $450.
Sept' 20.���
My   Vest���J
R. Dunlop, !.,.
Leroi���B. F. Foote to J. W. Quin.
Ore Bi���J. O'Neil to W. Riley, %.
Sept. 21.���
Sophia, Ella���J. W. Rosseau to Mary
G. Inco, %.
Onyorn,    Tokola,   Ore    Bin    ���������J.
O'Neil to G. E. Read.
-S. Marshall   to  F. Pino,
B.   Thompson   to   C.
JUST RECEIVED . . .
A WHOLE  CARLOAD OF
Window Shades, Shade Cloths, Cornice Poles
and Trimming's, Brass Rods, (Extension and
Banner), a lot of Sundries, Curtain Stretchers
Step Ladders, Etc., Hearth, Counter, Floor
Brushes, Etc. Fifty different styles of the
Latest and Finest Shades to choose from.
NEW  LOCATIONS.
Horace Hume is  lamenting   the loss  particularly tothe kindly and fraternal
of his St. Bernard dog. It is a large
animal nbout three-quarters grown,
with yellow and white markings.
Several eases of tpyhoid fever are reported from Slocan City. The town is
without a doctor aud the patients are
generally taken to the New Denver
hospital.
The Incorporated Chamber of Mines
of London, England, htive decided to
hold a mineral exhibition at olynipia,
South Kensington,next year from May
to September.
The examination of candidates for
permission to practice tis provinoial
land surveyors will be held at the
lands and works ollice   in Viotoria   ou
Monday, October !).
On Sunday lust tho Golden Cacho
amalgam clean-up of .'ir> dnys, soo
ounces valued at $(>,400, was stolen
from the company's safe at Lillooet.
The police are on the trail of the
thieves.
The mineral exhibit for this section
of the country, intended for the New
Westminster exhibition is lying tit the
depot. The railway company declining to ship unless tiie freight chnrges
($20) are settled in advance,
Among those registered at tho
Queen's are J. B. Hill, Vancouver; R.
Linklater, Salmo; Mrs. Walker, Kuskonook ; J. A. Munson and D. S. Putter, Goat river, aud E. S. Davison,
Trail.
Among those registered at the Phair
nro A. D. Prouard, Rossland; W.|H.
Taylor, Spokane ; H. Bedlington. Hamilton ; R. A. Wyllie, Winnipeg; J.
Hughes, Vancouver, and J. D. Moore,
Indiana.
A royal commission has been appointed to look into the conduct of the
feeling existing among the churches of
the city.
THE COSGROVE
Give a Varied and
COMPANY,
elightful Enter
tainment at the Rink.
The Cosgrove company lust night
gave tlieir lirst entertainment in Nelson. The performance was a varied
one, and every turn vied with the
preceding one for the heartiest praises
of the performance,
Space forbids a detailed account of
a performance, in which every item
deserves special mention. The piece
do resistance, so lo speak, of the evening was a kinetoscope display, which
is a great improvement on anything
previously witnessed in Nelson.
Among tho most taking scenes depicted were representations of Premier
Grroenway of Manitoba stacking
grain, Cissy Sherwood dancing a skirt*
dance with lime light effects, a fire
rescuing sceue in New York, a girl's
pillow tight. James Neelands (sic) riding a broncho, and some coons stealing
cliickens and the result.
Miss Ada Cosgrove gavo several
character songs in costuine.and earned
a well deserved encore overy time.
Where all wero good, perhaps, a
"dude song," and "Just a littlo girl,"
were most deserving of mention.
Harry Fay responded to a thoroughly
deserved encore for "Harry the
waiter," by singing an equally amusing comic song, "Silly Tommy. "
The programme was completed by
recitations by Miss Mackie and Harry
Fay whioh were also rewarded by encores, banjo duets, and a particularly
tunofnl trio, played on glasses, while
somo clever "poses plastiques" by Miss
Mackie, illustrating almost every form
of human passion, must uot bo forgotten.
Tho Cosgrove company perform
again tonight and will give an entirely
new programme, special features of
which will bo some scenes from the
lato war and gipsy dances.
All lovers of a refined and talented
representation should not fail to bo
present.
NflHOtt.
Sept. 20.���
Hettie Green���W. Flanigan and
Johns O'Neil, 4 mi ii of Erie on w
side of n fork of Salmon river, formerly Hardwiek.
Monitor���Same,      same,     formerly
Spider.
Sept. 21.���
Lookout (fraction)���J. McCreath on
Tamarac mt, J4 mi n of Wild Horse
ck, ndj Ajax oil n and Elizabeth ou s.
Annie Laurie���F. Hamlin ou s side
of and 8 mi up Wild Horse ck, adj
Mountain Chief on s.
Stella���G. A. Noel, William Marchand, 1 mi w of Lower Arrow lake, on
u side about 500 yards from river.
Gretchen���T. G Roy, on Toad mt,
1 mi south of Silver King.
Two Beurs���P. H. Permit, nn   Boulder ck, 2 mi from   mouth tind 9 mi s e
of Nelsou.
Sept. 22.���
Nip and Tuck���L. A. Snyder, on w
fork of Qjartz ck, adj Carrie, formerly
Montreal.
Portland���Alex Campbell, 2t^ mi
s of N. & F. S. railway, on n side
of Clearwater ck, adj Mackinaw on w.
Number 1)!)���J. R. Stussi, on Bull
Dog mt, on Dog (tk.
Janet��� Alex Campbell,I,1,S, mi s of N.
& F. S. railway on s side of Clearwater ck.
Admiral Dewey���M. E. Dreamer on
Porcupine ck, adj White House formerly McKinley.
WILD HORSE WAGON ROAD.
The Largest and Finest Stock ever Brought
to Kootenay.
.X>..>o.-*.o<..o<.
In addition to our present well assorted stock
of  Fine Furniture  and   Coverings,   wc   have
now on the way
3 Big Palace Oars of Furniture
of all kinds
rrive next week,
which will be
the whole of
Sold at Popular Prices
All welcome.    Come and see the Stock and ask for prices.
All new goods.    No old  stock.    Remember   the  address.
The New Furniture House.
Applewhaite Block Cor. Baker and Kootenay St.
The Nelson Furniture Co.
ALEX. STEWART,
KEAL   ESTATE  AND   IN8I KAX< I)  AGENT
HttVI.I TO LOAN.
PBIVATE AND COMPANY FUNDS,
Valuable Baker Street nnd other excellent property for sale.
Olilce 'I imii'i--ICiit-rl.il ICInt-Ii, Nflsoii, IC. ��'.
NOTICE OF  MEETINO.
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
GREAT   SOCIAL  EVENT.
and
Quality counts for more in this class
nf I lard ware then in any other line
The life of a building depends on il.
Our stock is lirst cla-is. It has been
gathered from manufacturers noted
for the excellence of their product.
and there is ent.ire absence of "cheap"
goods in tbe collection.
Prices tire not higher than you often
pay for poorly made goods.
importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
The Marriage   of   Mr.  MeCivern
Miss   Mackintosh.
The marriage of Harold Buchanan
McGivcrn of Ottawa anil Miss Alice
Maud Mackintosh, daughter of Hon.
IO. H. Mackintosh was celebrated on
Wednesday in Christ ohuroh Vancouver
by Archdeacon Pentreath. The church
wns crowded with invited guests and
spectators. The wedding was the
great social event of tho season in
Vnnconver. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the
bride's parents, at which the beauty
nntl fashion of Vancouver and Victoria as well as distinguished men
from every part of Canada were present.
Among those present were Lord
Ava, son of the Marquis of Dufferin,
and Sir Charles H. Tupper, lato minister
of marine and fisheries.
The wedding presents were magnificent aud were sent by friends of
the brido and groom from every part of
Canada, the United States and England. After the reception the newly
married couple left, ou tlie afternoon
train for their futuro homo in Ottawa.
A petition is being circulated among
the property owners on Wild Horse
ereek to raise money by subscription
for a wagon road to be built up the
creek. Those who cannot afford to
pnt in the. cash are requested to give
from oue to two weeks work on tho
road.
CLOSING THE SALOONS.
Returning Officer John A. Trrner
informed n Miner reporter yesterday
that the authorities had not as yet decided whether or no tho saloons are
to bo closed ou September 20, the date
of the voting on the prohibition plebiscite. 	
Snbscrible for The Daily Miner, it
costs you but One Dollar per month,
delivered at your residence.
FOR SALE.
A large block of
Al Milling Stock
in the . . .
Dundee Gold Mining Company
Address P. T, Z., Miner Office,
Pursuant   to   "Creditors   Dreris Act" and
Amending Act*,
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Thomas \V. Gray, of Nelson, British Columbia, mill owner, has, hy flood bearing date
| the 16th day of September, A. I>., 1858, as-
Bigned all his personal estate, credits and effects whieh may be seized and sold under execution, and all his real estate, to Thomas Martindale Ward, of the said eity of Nelson, agent,
in trust, for the purpose of paying ratably and
proportionately and without preference or
priority, the creditors of the said Thomas W,
Gray, their just debts,
The said deed was executed by the said
Thomas W. Gray, the assignor, and
the said Thomas Martindale Ward,the trustee,
on the Kith day of September, A. IJ. 1898, and
the said trustee has undertaken the trusts
created by tho said deed.
All persons having claims against the said
Thomas W, Gray are required on or beforo the
8th day of October, A. to* 18!)8, to deliver to the
said trustee full particulars of thc same, duly
verified by Statutory Declaration, together
wilh the particulars of tho security, if any,
held by them, and all persons indebted to the
said Thomas \Y\ Gray, are required to pay tho
amounts due by them to thc said trustee forthwith.
And notice is hereby given that after tho
said (ith day of October, A. \). 181)8, the trustee
will proceed to distribute the assets among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard o;.ly
to the claims of which he shall then have had
notice.
A meeting of the creditors of the said
Thomas Gray will be held at tbe oflice of Ward
Kros. on Baker street, Nelson, B. C. on Thursday, the (ith day of October, A. D. 18U8, at the
hour of 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
ELLIOT & LENNIE,
Solicitors for tho Trustee.
Dated at Nelson, B. 0., this 16th day of Sep
tember, A. D., 1898.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and I'orter.
Drop  in   and  see    us.
WHAT THE DR. ORDERED
-A
NELSON.
B. C.
ATLANTIC
If Vim Iiii ve ii Hobby rm- nome particular
Medlolne or Drug umi dont liko to b�� offorod u
lubstttute. aome lieru when you need u now
have it    "
pi i 1    ��� IT   ��� supply.   Wu lire pretty BUM to have it.    Every-
VTAn iv�� n \\~\ ~\\       I   111AC   thing that a well stocked Drag Btore usually
L 1 lil rl      In I       iJlll In  onmes, nml u Grcnl Mnny Things Kennies,
���VUVlliuuii i 1/       *ai**.\ju>  oan be found on our shelves.
-1- |    Tho purity of the Drugs sold by  ue nml Iho
lOrnm Mnnti-e.il nr Uiuilipo '. accuracy of our prescript ion   department   in*
Heaver Line
Beavor Line
From Montreal or Quebeo
Lake Huron Oot,  8
-Lake Superior Oot, 12
Dominion Line- Vancouver.
Dominion Lino���Scotsman.
Allan Line���Callfornlan ..
Allan Lino���Nuraldlan	
. .Sept 17
..Sept. in
..Sept 22
..Oct.   1
White'Star Line���Teuton ic
White Star Line���Britannic
Cunard Line���Luanda	
Cunard Llnc���Elrurla.
Allan Stale Line
Allan State Line
From New York
 Sept 28
 Oot.  f
 Oct.   1
 Oct,   8
Slate of Nebraska Oct. 21
Mongolian Oci. 7
po   .
accuracy of our prescription   department
sin-en to our customers just " What tho Doctor
Ordered."
Canada Drug & Book Co.
GENTS   4   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned
id Dyed by Iho "'
D Prices,
ami Dyed b.
Reasonable
Pressed
nkw Process at
Anchor Lino���Furncssia Sept 21
Anchor Line���Anehoria Oct. 22
Cabin, $48.00, tM, Sou, 870. $80 and upwards.
Intermediate, jKM.OOand upwards
Steerage, $22.fi0 ami upwards,
Passengers ticketed through to nil points In
Great Britain or Ireland, and at. upeolallp low
rates to all parts of the European conti icnt.
Prepaid passages arranged from nil point;
Apply  to OKU.  B. BEER,   C.P.H.  Tcke.
Agent. Nelson, or to,     WILLIAM STIT'l
554)   Genoral Agent, C.P.R. OHIcoh, Winnipeg.
STEVENS,
The Tailor.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an ox-
131 traordinary meeting of tbo Shareholders
of Iho " Exchequer Gold Mining Company,
Limited Liability," will be held at* its head offlco. on Baker slri-i-t. in I he city of Nelson, B.C.,
on the 2lith day of September. A. D., 181)8 at tho
hour of eight o'clock in the afternoon for the
purpose of
ill Considering propositions for the working und further developement of the mines.
(2) Ratifying a certain agreement of the Gth
September. A. 11.. 1898.
(3i Appointing Trustees and Officers for Iho
;aid Company and to transact such further
and other business as may come before the said
meeting.
Dated this 10th day of September, A. D.,
1808.
J. C. DREWRY,
Secretary
ARCH BOLD & PEARSON
IAIMM. MPIME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwail I
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Pha    Hotel.
NELSON. B.C.
P. O.  BOX 583.
Extended experience tn Chile and German
South Africa. Assays and analysis of ores.
Reports nnd valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up by contract.
SODA
NELSON
WATER FACTORY.
TELEPHONE NO. 111.
Manufacturers of
ALL CARBONATED WATERS.
Halcyon  Hot Spring*  Water Aerated ami
Supplied to the Trailo.
TIE  MAKERS
WANTED.
Experienced Tie Makers can get steady work
ut Nakusp,   Apply immediately to
PETER GENELLE & CO.,
Nakusp, B, C.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOL'NI).-
tor.   Apply
A small key, National Cash
"Miner" olilce.
Regis-
MUSIO LESSONS.-On piano organ or
guitar, by Mrs. W. ,1. Astley, Robson street,
two doors west of Stanley.   P. 0. llox 180.
FDR SALE-
ply to
117
Hamilton  Cash   Register.   Ap-
HON TON RESTAURANT.
NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Baker Street.
Wanted���4 Woodohoppers.
12 Men, $2.2ii per day.
4 Men for unloading wood.
Room 9. Hii.i.vkii BlK���  NELSON.
P. 8.���Ladles Wool Dress Goods Sponged
boforo Making Up.
J. H. Love. THE MINER   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,  1898.
THE HUB OF THE SLOGAN
City.
REGION OF EICH MINES
The Finest Mines in tlie District are Situated Round About Tliis Busy and
Important   Place-
value of tlie ore after deducting
freight und treatment -charges. Tak-
iul; thu average ure for 1897, the
freight and treatment charges per ton
were $22, the duty on the lead contained therein $16.25, government tux
C*       i ,i        -n ii-l ��� I-*1'   making   a total of  $iiK.    This dc-
SSandOn,   tlie   lamOUS   bllVer  ducted   from   the   average   valne    of
$97.70, leaves a net porfit of  about $50
i.ii average Slocau ore.
The town of  Sandon   being situated
right in the heart of  tho   richest pnrt
of   lhe Slocan district, at least   so   far
as   development   work    has    proved,
naturally reaps the larger share of   the
profits from the  mineral  development
of  the  oountry.   In   its    immediate
vicinity are nearly all the mines mentioned above, and it   is estimated that
in   the   inining   district   tributary to
it, there are at   the  present time over
100(1 men working  in the mines.    Be-
! sides this   a large   amount of work is
being done on   claims which have not
as yet developed into  shipping mines.
Tlie wages   paid   ave   from $8. ��0 to ��4
! per day.   This large pay roll combined
I with the profits of  the   mines, cannot
| fail to maintain Sandon as a busy and
1 prosperous mining centre.
SOME OF  THE  MINES.
The  largest   dividend   payer in the
Slocan is the Payne situated  high   up
ion the mountain  side, about i}., miles
fiom   Sandon.    Towards   (lie   end   of
; 1896 the half interest in the Payne and
adjoining   claims   was   purchased   for
I $87,000 by the owners of the other half
; interest and since then this  mine   the
first  located   in   the Slocan has taken
! first place as  a shipper  and  dividend
! payer.    The mino  is   connected   with
the C. P. E.   by   an  aerial   tramway
and with the K. &  S.   railway   by   a
surface tram,   the   latter   being probably   the   longest   three   rail   gravity
l ram way iu the world.    It is (S00O feet
long, with a vertical drop of 2500 feet;
steel cable % inch;  load per  car  five
1898      PROVINCIAL      1898
Exhibition
under the direction of
The
[Spocial Correspondence to The Minor.]
Sandon,Sept. 20.���Sandon is situated
in a narrow gulch near the head of Carpenter creek, in the Sloean mining di- j
vision.    The town owes   its   existence
to the development   of the Reco  mine
by   Mr. J. M. Harris,   who  also   was \
the  original owner  of   the   townsite.
Sandon is au example of  what   enterprise and   energy   can   accomplish   in
building a town where   to all   appear-I
anccs nature never intended a townsite ���
to be located.    On  either side  of   the j
gulch   are   towering   mountains, with I
unbounded     mineral     wealth,    while
down below is a busy.progressive little i
city.    The main street, of the town   is j
space   for j
the
street,
houses
so narrow   that   when  the
the   sidewalks   is taken off
there is scarcely   room
pass   each   other.    Along   this
however, are well built business
and several first class hotels.
The town was incorporated in 1SH7,
.-.nd has all the conveniences of a modern city. A system of waterwork
furnishes tho citizens with an excellent water supply.
A separate system of waterworks has
been installed for lire protection purposes. Along the narrow street the
pipes for the two systems run parallel
and a third pipe is now being laid
to supply the buildings tilling the street
with steam heating, tho steam for
which is generated from a large boiler.
The towu has also tm excellent electric light- system and telephone service. Theso conveniences are largely
due to tho enterprise of Jlr. Harris
who, besides being the founder of the |
town, has always taken a deep interest |
in every question affecting the pro
gross of the city.
Two railways, the O. P. R. from
Nakusp and tlie narrow guage Kaslo &
Slocau   railway   from   Kaslo   connect sl
for vehicles to l^ons -   average time  of   descent  eight
minutes. At the present time 125 men
are employed at tho mine and 00 tons
of ore are being shipped daily. The
average smelter returns give a value of
105 ounces of silver and 55 per cent
lead per ton.
The Slocun Star another large divi-
| (lend payer, is situated a fow thousand
: yards from Sandon. At present 102
j men are employed and regular shipments of 20 tons of concentrates are
I being made daily. An aerial tramway connects the mine with the mill
land the whole process of inining and
I treating the ores is carried on by tho
best approved modern methods.
In close proximity to the Slocan Star
is the. Ruth, one of the largest aud
I most constant shippers in the Slocan.
| Fifty-live men are employed and one
car of high grade ore is shipped daily
to the sampling works at Kaslo. Both
the Ruth and the Slocan Star have air
compressors.
Tin- Reco, the dividends troui whieh
np   to  January 1, 1898, wero  $287,000
rieh date   am-.:her  dividend of
Sandon with the outside world. Roth
these railways have had considerable
difiicuky in securing au entrance into
the town but engineering science aud
skill finally triumphed and overcame.
the barrier placed in its wav by
nature.
The mines in the vicinity of Sandon
are perhaps the richest in the Slocan,
at any rate the dividends paid by tbem
far exceed the combined dividends of
all tne other mines in the Kootcufty.
Tlie most famous of these are the
Payne. Slocau Star, Keen. Idaho,
Rambler-Oariboo, Goodenough, Last
Chance and others.
Tlio   last report   nf   lhe
minister of mine; for tlie
December 31, ls:i7,  gives
ing as the amount   paid   i
provincial
year ending
(lie follow-
t dividends
hy theso mines, although this actual
amount paid cannot lie stated as some
of the mines never make their profits
public: Payne, $1,800,000 of which
$960,000 were paid in 1897; Sloean
Star, $400,000; Reco, $287,000; Idaho,
$220,000; Rambler-Oariboo, $40,000;
Last Chance, $40,000. These dividends will, however, be found to lie
largely increased when lhe next report
of the department of mines is issued,
as all the properties mentioned have
been largo shippers during the past
year.
In the autumn of 1890 and the
winter of 1897, the silver mines of tho
Slocan attracted unusual attention, as
the great money making possibilities
of verv high grade silver-lead veins
became apparent, A real boom was
inaugurated, and the town of Sandon
which tho previous year consisted of ti
few log shacks, built up rapidly as
many people crowded in. In July the
sudden drop in the prico of silver
checked Speculation and tlie town
suffered for a time from tlm temporary
depression. The mines in the vicinity, however, continued to increase
their output and despite the fact that
gold is the favorite and silver has
fewer friends, several of the larger and
developed properties liave passed under I abonl
$50,000 has been   paid is owned principally   by J. M. Harris.    At   present
I only a few men aro  employed, but development work  has   been  vigorously
[ prosecuted during the   summer and on
the  return  of  J. M. Harris, it  i.s expected   that   regular   shipments   and
more   active   operations   will   be   resumed. The mine is said to look better
than   ever   and   large   bodies of   high
grade ore have been blocked out.
At the Noble Five, 510 men aro employed and the owners are trying to
recover themselves from the financial
diffloulties into wliich the large expenditure for the construction of the
tramway and the mill plunged the
mine.    The mine is looking well.
The Last Chance recently shipped
500 tons of ore over the Noble Five
tramway, but the company are building a tramway from the mine to Cody
siding. About 41) men are employed
and a four foot seam of rich ore has
recently beeu struck
The Sovereign employs 25 men and
is shipping ou au average ouo car of
high grade ore per week.
The Idaho  employs   90 men  at
mine   and   the.   concentrator   and
shipping au average   of   ouo   car
day.
I Will be continued in tomorrow's issue
Royal Agricultural and Industrial   8
Society of British Columbia. (���
is
OCT. 5 lo 13 Inclusive
-AT
New Westminster 1
in con j nation with tho
(itizens'drand Yearly (efebration $
s��s9s��ssiB��e9��s��9es������9e����s����isss����ss��es��9*ss��aea��f
THH FIRST TRIAL
of our Clo* Ling ta generally sufficient to
make it lite long customer.
We ti'-n't offer our Koods below cost,
because wo have no desire to lose
money. We sell ut prices which nre
Bufflcienl to]*ny for good material and
good workmanship, The size mnl variety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both us to stylo and lit. In-
doed we aro particular on these points,
We rather lose a sale than permit unsatisfactory garments to leave tho
store.
These values cannot bo surpassed.
$18,000�� -�����$18,000, S
J. A. GILKER
P. O. STORE.
696Q**8*Q8S*S9��9��9W8 '���&*& -^S^eS-SS-SSSSSSSSSSSS-SS-SSi
'�����isww<*
Tlie Premium l.i-t is the Largest
ever offered Wesl of Toronto.
Pyro-Spectacular Bombardment of Santiago
de Cuba and Blowing up ol the "nalnc."
Followed by an up-to-date fire Works Display,
whieli lins been specially socured for Four
Nights nt nn enormous expense
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle rieet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.   Open to the World.
��*P PRESERVING JARS <^>
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLICA & STONE WARE
Milk Pitchers t
Bowls X
Pie and Pudding Dishes. X
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply nf . . . .
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
The Finest, Bands in tho Province QUALITY   UNEQUALED PRICES  RIGHT
will provide Music. ^
Tea Pots all Sizes
Putter Crocks
Special rates ovor all Railway anil
Steamboat Lines.
No entrance fees charged for Exhibits.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full information on application to
MAYOR OWENS \V. II. EDMONDS.
Chairman Cel. Com. Secy. Cel. Com.
T. J.TRAPP, ARTHUR MALINS,
Pros. R. A. & I. Poc.      Secy. It. A. & I. Soc.
\V. II. KEA.ltY,
Exhibition Commissioner,
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Every Morning,
Special attention to Mail orders.
Kirkpatrick and Wilson,
Baker St.     Tel. io.
JSfJBTSSr
*
GOOIDS
X 4 NELSON CAFE 4
*���-������������������^vy. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
nl n good Square meal for    y |
25 CENTS?
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
the
is
per
AT THE COURT HOUSE.
Several Summonses Disposed of Affecting Pending Cases.
The time of the court was occupied
yesterday with the hearing i.f aeveral
chamber summonses. The first of
these to be dealt witn was in tho case
oi Sohomberg vs. Holden.
In this ease, \V. A. Macdonald, made
an application on the, part of the defendants to strike out certain paragraphs of the statement of claini on
the ground that they wero embarrass*
ing. John Elliot appeared for tlie
plain!iff.
A   long   and exceedingly  teohnical
argument   ensued,    which   lasted   for
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth  Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges.
X   m,    ftmi <***n   ^irr     ,i<_  |j
?
��� First Class in even* respect* A I
1 "*���'
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��� Do yon wn...
x
-- i
A TRY THE   NELSON   CAFE X
A A,
���   f
X      DINNER 12 TO 8      ij
a   ���.
| First Class Cook Employed | FQR SALE
X  ?! Corner Lot on Veinon St.. with Building.    12 Lots in Block
t���   ,       ...       ��� ,   .. ,,     ��� I 111'���Cheap.   2 Lots Cor. Josephine and Hobson.
Kiislerii   OrslM-n    llmlviil    ll.ill.v.   A i
Cooked any siyie. A  FOR REN T ___�����v^v\v-vv\Vi.
ij 2 Lois and Dwelling near Cor Stanley St, on Observatory
��� St., $12 per n on li.    Dwelling  on Silica St., near Cedar St ,
i^^.^^^.^.^^^^^^^^^.^.^.^^^.^^.^.^* $20 per month.   House nnd 2 Lota, Houston St. $15 month.
X *!/"��all and see our full list of property for sale in   "Hume"
��� y. hoshi Proprietor. t ^   :ilKi ��A" Additions
E b O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and General  Agents,  Fire and
..Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
V
h ;������:��� ?*t-t<t*. yy: :���; : <��� :���: *: *>���������
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
We have Two Claims on Hover Creek For Sale, cheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street, NELSON, B.C.
# TRAVELLINGS
TRUNKS
*AVELL!P
TRUNKS
A Large  Variety  below   the
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises;
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.
������  I J. Roderick Robertson,
Thomson Stationery Co. \ a.s.VoJ^��^"   f NELSON, B.C.
Mining Engineer    J
NELSON
893
the control of  British capital, the fart
being  realized  that   this high   gracie
Slooan silver-lead  ore   is exceedingly
profitable  and   yields  handsome dividends even at the present price of  the
white metal,    [n 1895 the total output i
of the  mines of   the Slocan was  0514
tons, valued at $1,045,800; in IS'.lT, the]
output   had increased   to   88,576  tons!
valued    at   $8,280,080.    The   average
value of   the  ore   shipped during the
three years was $108.60 per ton.    Most j
of   the   ore   is   shipped   to   American '
smelters,   tho   freight   and  treatment'
running from $20.60  to $22  per   ton. !
Silver is paid   for   at   the  Mew York \
priee at the time of  settlement   for 95 |
pei cent of  assay value, and  lead also
up to 90 per cent of   assay value.    The
duty is one and a   half   cents on every
pound of   lead in the  ore   as exported
to   the   United   States   although   the
smelter only pays the miner for 90 per
cent.   The ore is shipped  in  bond  to
tho smelter where the smelter men pay
the duty to the United   States government deducting it   in their settlement
with the mine  owner.    The  province
an hour and a half. Eventually Mr. Justice Irving made an order
directing that one paragraph be struck
out.
In the case of  tiillis vs. Perkins, J,
II. Bowes   made  application   that the
action be dismissed for want of   prosecution,   Vi. A. Macdonald.,   Q. C, up-
I pearing for the plaintiff.   After argu-
i ment it  was   decided   to  adjourn the
', case.
In Evans vs. Wiliams, R,  S. Lennie
j for the plaintiff moved for leave to examine the plaintifE on his  own behalf
J ;it Vancouver.   W.   V.   Brougham ap-
eared for the defendant.   The application was dismissed with costs.
In Rogers vs. Finell, J. H. Bowes
I moved on behalf of the defendants to
set aside judgment. John Elliot appeared for the plaintiff. After hear-
. mg counsel on both sides, his lordship
granted an order on terms setting aside
the judgment,
FROM  THE   ORIENT.
San    Francisco,      Sept.     22.���The
steamer China  from   Hong Kong and
also levies a tax of one per cent on the I Nagasaki, arrived today.
#J. Harry Nickerson
WATCHMAKER and
JEWELER ��� ��� ��� ���
Josephine St. Opposite Clarke Hotel
nelson, b. c.
Charles D. I Christie
REAL ESTATE. LOANS.
INSURANCE, COMMISSION
Agent for .  .
F.E.M0RMSON.D.D.S. The Dominion Permanent Loan Co.
has  taken over thc practice of XT     _       . . ,        ,, .
Dr.   H.   E.   Hall and  is  pre- No otOCK to   be   subseribeu   tor.
pared to do all kinds of Dental A definite contract given.     Loan
Work by latest methods. . . on the installment plan from 5^
years up.
OPPOSITE POST OFFM'E.
limki'ii lllll Itloik
Kiilii'i- SI.
Subscribe for The Miner ,slKKKS
ritEET, XKLSO.V, It. ��'.
One Year
Half Year
One Honth
.BY MAIL OR  CARRIER^
St. Alice Natural Mineral Water
$10.00 ' ��� --FROM THE���
$5.oo' FAMOUS HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
$1.00 whose curative qualities nie known nil over Canada. Many Mineral Water s con
tain valuable minernl ingredients, but probnbly none in America, having the
same medical value, make such a fine pnhitnble beverage wheu bottled.
TH ORPE & CO., Ltd.
* j NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER.

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