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 Daily Edition No   114.
Nelson, British Columbia. Tuesday Morning, September 20, i8q8.
Ninth Year
G&k?
REMOVAL   SALE  %&
BOOTS & SHOES
v The first of 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 tbat j^ive you a " Glad I went there "  feeling.
- LILLIE'S SHOE HOUSE
NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF BRITISH COLUflBIA
NELSON CITY GBICIL
Tenders For Laying Sewers
are Opened.
CITY SOLICITOR'S REPLY
To Charges Male���Some  Petitions
Sidewalks    Considered���The
City   Eeservo*r.
for
those oooupying
street, for a side
to   the   board   of
then
22nd
passed   that
instant,   all
At the weekly meeting of the city
OOnnoil, held yesterday afternoon, the
mayor presided, Aldermen Hillyer,
Madden, Gilker aud Malone being
present.
After routine business hud been
despatched toiiders for tho laying ot
sewers on Cedar, Park and Vernon
streets wero opened. On motion of
Aid. Hillyer, seconded by Aid. Gilker,
it was decided to award the. contract to
the lowest bidder. Accordingly, A.
B. Campbell and P. Deacon, who
offered to do the work for $728, ob-
tained tho award.
Other tenders wero those of J. P.
MeEachern, (758, and Thompson, $745.
A petition asking for the extension
of the sidewalk on the south side of
Silica street, was referred to the board
of public works.
A telegram   from   Mayor   Ovens   of
New Westminster, thanking the council for tlieir prompt  aud generous aid, i
was then read by the mayor.
His worship next proceeded to read
the following letter from John Elliot,
late city solicitor.
Nelson, Sept.  16, 1898.
John Houston, Esq.,
Mayor, Nelson.
Sir���Your lotter of   the 18th instant
received, and iu  reply   I have to  say
1 that  I cannot   comply   with  your re-
j quest at present.
I consider that I have been treated
in a shameful manner, and that un-
I less a settlement of all matters be-
I tween the council and myself can be
effected, it will be in tbo best interests
I of tbe citizens and myself that tho
I whole facts should be aired in court.
I have been tried and condemned by
[your august tribunal in the dark, upou
fidse evidence, aud without a hearing.
I have rendered my bill of costs covering more than tho amount in my
bauds, and have asked for thoir taxation, but so far have received no
acknowledgment or notico whatever
iu regard thereto.
I am ready and anxious to band over
all papers aud money upon settlement
of my claim, and am also ready to
answer for my eouduct in all matters
entrusted to nie, and let the peoplo say
who has acted iu Uio best interests of
the city,aud who has not, and whether
a man "who pays more taxes than any
[member of fbe council, and more than
everal of them put together, is likely
o have the city's interest at heart or
uot.
I will go further and now offer to
land over all the papers and a marked
���heipie to the city's legal advisors,
to he hold by thom until my bills are
;iaxod and paid, if such will be undertaken without delay, as there has already been ample time to have bad
this ('one. Yours truly.
(Signed) JOHN ELLIOT.
The abovo letter provoked  consider-
ible adverse comment, and Aid. Hillyer
characterized  it   as  a  disgrace.    The
iuiayor said that  Mr. Elliot   had acted
vithout authorization in   putting   the
'money to his credit at  tho  bank, and
hat   tho   Aldermen   had  contributed
;moro   money   towards   public   events
than all the lawyers in the city.
Aid. Gilker was  in  favor of aocept-
ugjtbo offer of a marked cheque to be
ilaced in their representative's bands,
nit the  rest of  the council opposed
his, and, after  somo  further  discus-
jioh, the matter dropped.
The question of the arrears of the
���lectric light and water dues was then
'aken up. tho mayor stating that the
���evenue from tbo electric light plant
for August was $907.40, with arrears
amounting to $898.65. Tho revenue
from the. water works system amounted
to $458. 95 for tho same time, the total
arrears up to August 31 being $014. It
was agree to notify those in arrears
that, if such arrears were not cleared
off by tbe 80th instant, tho defaulters
supply of light and water would bo cut
off.
A petition from
block 70 on Vernon
walk was referred
works.
A resolution was
on und after the
bodies must be interred in the new
cemetery, permits therefore to be lirst
obtained from the city engineer.
After various accounts had heen examined and approved, Aid. Hillyer
gave notice of a motion to bring iu a
by-law respecting the levying of poll
taxes for 1898.
The'mayor was authorized to have
the necessary grading done in the new
cemetery.
Before adjourning the mayor stated
that it was not feasible to supply the
smelter wilh water. Thoy hud done
so one night, and a second night the
smelter had taken the water without
permission with the result that the
water supply in the reservoir had been
seriously reduced. It tcok four days
to fill the reservoir, and the eity could
not again run such risks.
BLAMED ON   AMERICANS.
AGDINALDO IN DANGER
He Narrowly Escapes Being
Poisoned.
PRIESTS ARE ACCUSED
Now the Insurgent Chiefs Pood is Subjected to Chemical Analysis   Congratulated on His Esoipe-
gang whieh went to North America
two years and a half ago, leaving a
few of tlieir comrades iu Europe. The
gang issued orders from America
where the present plot was batched.
Tho members have now returned to
Europe, but tbe chief remain in New
York.
M'COY AND CORBETT.
Interview With the Russian
Ambassador.
Madrid, Sept. 19.���There is eousid-
eraole indignation hero at tW-B f:ict that
there weree 13 deaths during the voy-
BgQ among tho 1000 Spanish soldiers
who bave just arrived in Spain on
board tho Spanish transport San
Ignacio de Loyola, from Santiago de
Cuba. The Spaniards attribute this
heavy death rate to the inhumanity of
tho Americans in obliging the sick
Spaniards to embark to make room in
tho hospitals for Americans.
T. WHITEHEAD'S DEATH
Alleged Murder at Colville���Hii  Friends
Wish an    Investigation   to
be   Held.
The subjoined communication was
received at Tbo Miner oflice last night,
aud there has beeu neither time nor
opportunity to investigate the very
serious charges therein contained. It
bas beon thought advisable, howover,
to print the communication as it was
received, withholding for the present
tho name of the writer.
As the dead man was a British subject, the attention of tbo authorities is
drawu to the letter. In the interests
of justico it is imperative that the
truth or falsity of sucb terrible allegations should be established.
Colville, Wash., Sept. 17, 1898.
To the Editor of The Miner,
Nelson, B. O.
Sir:���You have seen the account of
Tommy Whitehead's death. Well, I
want you to know tho truth of it.
In the first place, Tommy wus very
much under tbe influence of whiskey.
On tho 22nd of August he was in a
cabin with another prospector eating
dinner,when two deputies rode up, and
never said, "halt," and shot him in
tho mouth.
Tbey claim he shot himself, but the
man D. Fisher, says he does not know
whieh ono did, but he thinks Wright
did it.
The revolver Tommy had would not
do the work that was dono. The bull
came out ut tho buck of the head.
Tliey would not have un inquest, and
did everything to bide tlieir guilt.
They sent Julius Sacker to Seattle to
ship on a vessel so as to be out of
reach if wanted. There was no powder
bum on his dear fuce. Oh ! I beg of
you to try und bring them to justice.
Tommy came from Seaton, Workington. Cumbrolaud, England. His
brother William Whitehead lives tbere
and his sister also, a Mrs. Isabel Collins.    His brother is very wealthy.
Pleaso try and havo tho government
to take it up.
Pleuse do not give my name until wo
soe what (tan bo dono witb them, as
they do uot waut the truth to come
out on them.
I remain yours respectfully,
ONE WHO KNOWS.
Mudrid, Sept. 19.���Tho Publica
Piliana asserts that an attempt was
made to poison Aguinaldo on Priday
night. A steward, it is added, saw a
Spanish prisoner, who had been allowed his freedom, mnko a movement
which appeared like tampering with
a bowl ot soup intended for Aguinaldo. whereupon the steward tasted a
spoonful of the soup aud fell dead.
Eleven Franciscan friars are alleged to
have been engaged in the work. Tho
people, it is further stated, attempted
to lynch all the Spanish prisoners, but
Aguinaldo intervened.
At Suturday's session of the National Assembly, it appears, Aguinaldo was absent, but his representative
related the story of tbe outrage to the
members, wbo unanimously adopted
the chairman's proposal that they all
go to Aguinaldo's bouse, express
sympathy witb him aud congratulate
him upon bis escape. During the
evening, a special thanksgiving ser-
vico wus held iu the church ut Mal-
olos. Food intended for Aguinaldo is
now subject to a chemical analysis before beiug presented to the insurgent
lender, und the Spanish prisoners are
kept closely confined.
AMERICANS  AT FAULT.
London, Sept. 20���The Hong Kong
correspondent of the Daily Mail  says:
"The Filipino congress bus favorably
received tbe Europeans who have witnessed the procedings. It is believed
thut the deliberations will result in a
petition to President McKinley to establish a protectorate. The attitude
of the American army ollicers towards
tbe insurgents is causing much unfavorable criticism among Europeans
who have returned from Manila. They
blame their almost criminal ignorance of the native character and their
elementary ideas of colonizing. The
officers seem determined upou wining glory at the expeuso of the insurgents by hatching imaginary revolts. Aguiualdo bas obeyed every
order, whether accompanied by threats
or not. A British naval officer, who
bus just* returned from Manila, says :
"What is needed is a force acquainted with   the Asiatic   character.
The Former Refuses to Alter  the Date
of His Mooting With the Latter.
New York, Sept. 19.���Kid McCoy
bus refused to hold uny further conferences with Corbett and his manager
relative to ohangeof Hut dale und place
of his meeting with Corbett. He was
not present at a meeting whieh had
been arranged for today ut George
Considine's at noon, but instead sent
a letter. All the pugilistic, celebrities
in town, including Corbett and
Sharky. were on band. Following is
the letter from McCoy :
"George Considine, manager of
Juinen J. Corbett:
"Dear Sir:���I did not think it necessary to meet yon or Corbett according
to the date which was publislied in
the daily prints. I bave been notified
through my manager William Gray,
that the Hawthorne Athletic club,
Buffullo, will pull off tho proposed
contest between Corbett and myself,
wliich litis beeu set for October 15.
Therefore, I do not see any ueed of
meeting Mr. Corbett or yourself this
afternoon. Very Respectfully vours,
CHARLES (KID) M'COY."
The letter was very unsatisfactory
to Mr. Considine. He tliinks that McCoy is tryiug to get out of the con tost
and insists on Buffalo when he knows
thut. the battle cannot take place
there. McCoy could uot be found this
afternoon.
A TALK FOR AMERICANS
The Diplomat Says He .Never Heard
a Project of Intervention in the
Spanish War.
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RETURNED   TO   OTTAWA.
Hon.
America does not seem to utilize tho
material she has at hand. Everv one
is surprised that O. F. Williams,
TJuited States consul at Manila, was
not sent to Paris, instead of officers
who know little of the Phillippines.
I am satisfied tbat if Consul General
Wildman, who has lived among tho
Malays and is familiar with British
colonization, were givon power, ho
could urrango everything satisfactorily.
It is suicidal folly on tho part of
America that he litis not been ordered
to Manila long ugo."
THE OCCUPATION OF   CUBA.
Washington, Sept. 19.��� It is tbe
present intention of the administration to send to Cuba a garrison for the
island of about 450,000 troops, in addition to tho forco now in Santiago
under command of General Lawton.
The organizations which aro to compose tho Cuban garrison havo
uot all been designated yet. but
it is assured that at least half of them
will be volunteers. Within two weeks
orders will be issued lor tho movement
to Cuba of the first 10,0110 of the permanent garrison und, it is expected
now, tbat they will sail from (he
United States about October I. These
troops will be followed quickly brothers until tint entire force of 40,000
havo been established on Ihe island.
CUBAN TROOPS UNRULY.
Havana, Sept. 19.���On tho Spanish
mail steamer Alfonso XIII, which is
to sail tomorrow, will go over 1200
passengers, mostly Ute wives and children of army officials. Advices from
Puerto Principe report that the Cuban
troops ure not observing the requirements of the armistice, but ure steul-
ing cuttle and making raids in that
district, even forbidding the entrance
of provisions from the field in to the
city.
HATCHED   IN AMERICA.
Mr.     Sifton   and     Sutherland
Pleased With Tlieir Trip.
Ottawa, Sept. 19.���Hon. Clifford
Sifton. and Mr. James Sutherland
reached Ottawa today from the west.
Both expressed themselves as much
impressed with the evidence of territorial prosperity which they observed
everywhere. Sutherland wus enabled
to make comparison between existing
conditions nud those of 1894, wben
he travelled through Manitoba and
tho territories witb Laurier, Visible
proof of progress in tin. shape of substantial now buildings, increased area
of towns and augmented population
confronted bim everywehere. He also
heard with pleasure the testimony of
the people, who speak hopefully of the
future. Politicaly Messrs. Sifton and
Sutherland found tho conditions of tho
west sutisfuctory.
BRITISH STEAMER ASHORE.
London, Sept. 19.���Tho British
steamer Milwaukee, Captain Williams,
from Tyue, for New Orleans, previously reported stranded at Portes Roll,
Scotland, Sept. 10, has reached a
critical condition. Her stern rises
and fulls with the tido, straining and
buckling the decks. A hole through
the bottom into No. 2 hold extends 80
feet in length, whilo the damage is increasing aud a heavy sea adds to the
danger of her breaking up. The coal
in the steamer's bunkers is being
jettisoned.
THE FRENCH SHORE QUESTION.
St. Johns, Nfld. Sept. 19.���The British Royal commission to enquire into
he French shore question started toOay
for a cruise along the troaty coast.
The colonial government has scored a
signal victory by inducing the commissioners to accept tho co-operation of
the colonies representative, Receiver
General Morine. The commission did
uot wish to havo the colonial officer
accompany tbem, but tho colouial
ministers insisted that their representative should go in order that the
settlers case should bo fairly placed.
RUSSIA SUPPORTS FRANCE.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 19. ���The Novoo
Vremya warmly supports France iu
holding Fashoda. It thinks that England will accept the inevitable, as
usual, when sbe is met with proper resistence. Slut is now attempting intimidation, which is predestined to
fail. It adds, "If Mttjor Marchand
refuses to leave Fashoda, there is only
one power that has the right* to declare
war against France, namely, thn
Suzerain of Egypt, Sultau Abdul
Hamid. "
Hartford, Sept. 19.���A special to tho
Times from Narragansett Pier, gives
an interview with Count Cassiui, the
Russian ambassador, in which he
says: "There has been absolutely no
change in Russian sentiment or policy
toward the United States, nor docs
there exist a reason for such a change
within my knowledge. Russian policy
does not conflict with the interest of
the United States in any part of the
world, no more in China than in England. Russia seeks ouly peacetul and
friendly relations with all other nations. "
The correspondent reminded the
Russian ambassador that the American
peoplo were asked by English writers
to believe that the continental powers
had sought to arrange a project for
international iuterveutiou iu behalf of
Spain in tno recent war aud that tbis
plan of action had been defeated bribe refusal of Great Britain to be a
parry to it, or even consent to see
otber powers engage in it, thereby placing this country under a new aud
special obligation to the British people. "I never heard that thero was
such a proposition by any of tbe powers. They coutiuually maintained
their neutrality throughout the eutire
war between the Uuited States and
Spau."
Coming to tbo question of Russia's
development in tne Out;, t. Count Cas-
sini said in building the Siberia railroad it was found that ibe routo necessary to be followed in reaching
Vladivostock was a very difficulty one, made so especially by the
existenco of a stretch of almost impassable marshes. The engineering
problems presented by that route were
practically insurmountable." We also
found that it was absolutely necessary
to cross Cbineso Manchuria in order to
obtain nn ice-free port, which was
essentinl to ennble the railroad to be a
commercially successful enterprise.
Our Pacific port of Vladivostock ou
the Siberian coast is closed by ice
during the winter months. Wo are
not building a railroad simply for the
purpose of laying steel rails, or for the
fun of the thing, lt must havo traffic
when it is built in order to justify the
investment aud we sought a terminus
to the southward, where tho ships of
all nations could como at all seasons
of the year. We obtained from the
Chinese government a lease of territory for a term of years, like the
lease of Kiao Chou by tbo Germans
aud Wi Hai Wei by tbe British. In
making tho arraugemeut we were not
animated by hostile purposes towards
any other power. Tbo only suro and
certain revenue which the Chinese
government possesses is their maritime customs aud a portion of those
were pledged for tho payment of our
loan to China. The administratiou of
the maritime customs is iu tho bauds
of au Englishman, Sir Robert Hart,
but wo did not undertake to remove
or disturb Sir Robert, Wo are represented as hostile to tho interests of
other nations in China, but we bave
not objected to or sought to prevent
other nations from increasing their
commercial privileges. Furthermore,
it should bo remembered that Russia
and China have a common boundary
of some 0000 miles in extent, so thut
we have a national relation to China
exceeding that of tiny other powor.
ABERDEEN AT OTTAWA.
Ottawa, Sept. 19.���Lord Aberdeen
arrived at* Ottawa today ut 1 o'clock to
open the Central Canada exhibition.
He wns met bv the mayor nnd corporation and an escort of the Dragoon
Guards, who accompanied him to tbe
Russel House, whcie hit wus entertained at luncheon. Later his excellency proclaimed the exhibition open.
MET THE HURRICANE.
London,
the Duily
burg says
received
Luccheni
Sept. 19.*��� A despatch to
Telegraph from St. Petors-
that information has been
thero to tho effect that
tho assassin of the  Empress
of   Austria,   belongs   to  an anarchist
London, Sept. 19.���The Norwegian
brig Fernind, Captain Mnthiesen, from
Sheet Hnrbor, N. S., August 24, arrived at Aberystwith on September 17,
and reported she encountered a hurricane on Septniber 4 iu latitude 47 degrees north, longitude 85 west, during
which sho lost part of her deck load.
QUEEN   REGENT APPROVES.
Madrid, Sept. 19.���The queen regent
has replied to the circular of Count
Mouravieff, the Russian foreign minister, proposing the reduction of lint
excessive armament of tbe powers and
the maintenance of a real and lasting
peaco Her Majesty praises the project*
and promises to send delegates to the
proposed disarmament conference. It
is stated that Senor Deojeda, Spanish
minister,will be appointed secretary of
the peace commission. Senro Moucero
Rios, president of the senate, an.l the
president of tbe, peace commission, had
a conferenco today witb tho queen
regent.
THE PRICE OF SILVER.
New York, Sept. 19.���Bar silver
li078; Mexican dollars, 48%.
Tin quiet, Straits. $10.05 to; $10.10;
plates, quiet.
Lead, quiet; domestic, $1.01 to
$4.05. THE MINER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,  1898
Uu 4-Smcr.
Published Daily except Sundny.
The Miner 1'kixtimi  & IYiu.isiiinii  Co
Limited Liability.
province wo take it, is too democratic
to cure much about "style," which
wns the great weakness of Hon. G. F.
Vernon There was too much style
nnd too little business in him, and
when he was dismissed the style went
with him.    Governments are supposed
ALL COMMUNICATIONS to tlio Editor must
be accompanied by the name nnd address to pay for services and not-for style,
of the writer, not necessarily for publica*      The News-Advertiser   thinks that it
Mon, but oa evidence of good faith. | might bo   a good   plan to give tbe ap-
SuBSCHIPTION Rates pointment to some rich  person who is
Daily, per month by carrier 9 1 00 indentified   in   somo   way   with    tbe
per month by mail    10�� province   and who will   accept   it   for
per half year by mail    5 00 .     , , .      ,
in ni, 'be honor, and m that case prominent
per year  t> ���  ��� i     A *���
per year, foreign  i:i 00 British   Columbians   visiting   London
,.- Mtnkh would  be   assured   of "generous hos-
 9 125
    2 oo
    3 00
Weekly, per half year	
per year	
*'        per year, foreign  ���
Subscriptions Invariably In advance.
Advertising rates made known on application
pitality" at his hands.    This   is  very
cheap argument,   still  it may have its
Hood points in   the   eyes of   some wbo
are looking for "hospitality," but   we
fancy that prominent  British  Coluni-
The Miner Printing^ Publishing Co.   binns would prefer to see tho  province
represented by a capable business mnn
ruther thnn one wbo lived in style and
wns supposed to furnish hospitable en-
. tertainment   in   return   for   the honor
Toiiy lor ���Tliiiimc's ul"  Ail-ti'illsiiiM' Ht .     ���
conferred on   him.    This :s the News-
I Advertiser's view of economy,
Tho   office   should   bo   retained.
NELSON. B. C.
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Real Estate anil Insurance Agent.
Money to Loan.
Rents Collected.
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DOMINION' DIRECTORY.
Governor-General -        Karl of Aberdeen
Premier - - Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Common?, Dominion Pnrii.i-
ment, Wort Kootenny        Hewitt Rostock
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and Savings Co.
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PROVINOIAL DIRECTORY.
Lieut.-Governor ��� Hon T R Mclnnes
Premiei - Hon Chas Semlin
Altorney-Geueral        -       Hon Joseph Martin
Minislerof Finance - Hon F C Cotton
MinisterMinoBand Educntlon Ilon J F Hume
Pres Exorulive Council Hon Dr McKeehnle
Member Legislative Assembly tor Nelson Hiding - Hon .1 F Hume
SUNDAY   OBSBRVANO
The resolution of the Presbytery,
adopted at the meeting bere lust week,
dealing With Sunday labor, was a
sensible and timely utterance. Although there hns been marked improvement within the past Iwo yenrs,
tbere is still much disrespect shown to
Sunday observance in this province.
This is in a measure accounted for by
our contiguity to the Western states
where little respect is shown to anything. The heterogeneous population
of that country gathered from foreign
binds where Sunday, being comparatively unknown, is jnst like uny other
It
should bo filed by a busiueeB man
familiar with British Columbia. He
should roceivo $2500 or $3000 a year
with another $1000 a year added for
olilce rent, etc. Such a ninii wonld be
of immense service to the province,
which ennnot afford to give a cent for
style.
The London Empire, a paper devoted
to colonial affairs, ridicules tho Jewish conference recently held at Basle,
and speaks contemptuously of the
restoration of this remarkable people
to tbeir "inheritance" in Palestine, a
hope they have cherished in sorrow
through   the   ages.     If    Mr.    Stuart
Cumberland knew anything about the
working day, bus bud more to do with i stupendous events which will mnrk
destroying respect  for   the day of rest | the return of  the Jews to  their own
than anything else. Uur Amerioan
brethern in tbo east, who bave tbo
Anglo-Saxon regard for Sunday observance, manage to maintain respect
bind, an occurence which Christiana
throughout the world, ns well as Jews,
aro watching for with intense eagerness, he would not permit his paper to
for it, but. iu the west where other influences rule and  the real American is
in   tho minority,   a different order of fortunately
things is met with. I days when
be mnde tbe vehicle   of  comments   so
offensive    to    intelligence.    But   nn-
we bavo   come   upou   the
it the   mention   of  sacred
Tiie migratory movement to and fro
across the border brought many western ways witb it, among others a desire for a " wide open Sunday." The
restraints   here   bave,
things, the fool openeth bis mouth and
Siiyetb Hn, ha.
advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayabl
8 vears bv monthly instalments, ���
NELSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor - - John Houston
Aldermcn-Chas Hillyer, W F Teetzel,   J  A
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��� J K Strachan
K A Crease
A  F McKinnon
W J Thompson
John Hamilton
T M Ward
Dr. Lallan
A. L.M'Oull   ii
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CONTRACTORS ..
Are Saving Money every day
on their Hardware Bills hy
allowing us to figure with (hem.
1
Get Our Prices
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
RAILS
ORE CARS, T
and all MINE  SUPPLIES
Tel. No. 21.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
den.
City Clerk
Police Magistrate
Chief of Police
Chief of Flro Department.
Auditor
Water Commissioner
Health Ofllccr
cily Engineer
City oounoil meets overy Monday, 3 p.m
city hall, cor Victoria and Josephine st
8CIIOOI, TRUSTEES.
Dr. K C Arthur. Dr. G A B Hall, Geo John
stone.   Principal   J R Grcon.
SOUTH KOOTKNAY BOAHD  OF TRADE.
Prosldont - J Hodcrick Hobertson.
Vice-President - James Lawrence.
Secy-Trcas. - John A Turner.
KOOTENAY LAKE
Presldont
Vice-Pros.
Secretary
Troai.
Medical Supt,
GENERAL HOSPITAL
John A. Tinner
XV. A. Jowett.
I). McArthur
J A Forin
Dr. G. A B Hall
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Close
S.IJ0 p.m.
8.31) a.m
1.00 p.m.
11.1)0 p.m.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
e=-��--f4**'---'H~f*^5N3
NELSON POST OFFICIO
I'nilcl Slates, Ontario, Que
beo&nd Eastern Province*
Points on N. & F. S. line.
Victoria and Hossland.
Mew Denver. Sandon and
-lloean Lake Points.
Kaslo and Kootenay Luke
1'oinU
Hossland. Trail, Nakusp.
Hobson, points on main line
C. P. It.. Vancouver and
Winnipeg
Due
,1.15 p.m.
2.30 p.m.
7.15 a.m.
7.00 a.m.
Tho    Spokesman-Review    probably
however, pre- j thinks is fnny to Bpeak of the Prince
vented the license-which, under other of Wales as Mr. Wettiu, but it is ex-
oiromnstances, would probably follow. 1 treniely silly. Thero is no moro reason
Still there is a great deal of work done for calling him Wettin than there
in this province which conld te would be in calling him Smith or
avoided uud those who should move', Jones. His name i.s Albert Edward,
against it are the workingmen them- and hia titlo is the Prince of Wales,
selves. Thoy make a great mistake But what cau ho expected of a press
in permitting uny encroachment on that calls the chief ruler ot tho people
the day that is inalienably theirs. "Bill" McKinley and refers to its
Upon tlint day they are God's free public men by their Christian names,
men, as on no other day, tind they us "Jim" Hill, for Mr. J. J. Hill of
should weigh well tho consequence he- ' the Great Northern railway. Famili-
fore surrendering any portion of it. I arity is offensive at auy time, but this
It may be that smelters and kindred j sort of thing is a gross broach of good
works cannot shut down on Sunday manners,
without great inconvenience, but there I -
are other industries which could Becauso tho government has dis-
cease operation on that day without j missed a few incompetent and useless |
loss. Indeed, they would be the gain- officials the cry goes up from some
ers, inasmuch as tho day of rest would quarters, "tho spoils system has been
fit thoir employes for better and stead- | introduced. " As a matter of fact Mr.
ier work through the week. Leaving ' Semlin aud his confreres are opposed
tho religious aspect of the caso out of to tho spoils system. They have had
the question, there arc most weighty i umt,,r diseussiou tho management of
reasons why there should be ono day's the different departments of govern-
reluxation from labor in tho week and ments au(\ canl0 to tho decision that
these reasons aro uot far to seek. ; uo 0Ile should  bo   removed from office
OFFICE HOURS.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Qcnoral
Delivery, 8 a,m, to 8 p.m.;  Registration, 8.30
Rvnnnh Markets in Eossland, Trail, Nelson, KaplO, km. to 7 p.m.! Monoy Ordersland Savings Bank
JBranCIl -J.VXailS.CLDiii xi*uok>j.u.��u., , 8a.m. to I p.m.; Sunday 1 hour (10 to 11 a.m).
J. A. GILKER, Postmaster.
DISTRICT DIREOTORY.
Government Inspector of Agencies \V J Goepel
  O. G. Dennis
lt F Tolmie
Oco. Johnstone
John Keen
J A Forin
K T II SImpklns
William Barns
Sandon, Three Forks. New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
CAMPERS, PROSPECTORS,
PICKNICKERS, EXCURSIONISTS
ami nil those who are trying to avoid the bent of the cook sieve  these  warm  dnys
dnys by usinc nonietlnn-K fusty in the line nr Corned MdltS, FlSll and Poultry
will be intently relieved und wonderfully benefitted by looking over Ihe
following list.   We mention a few ot the most popular Hues
nil in tins ready for use.
Cornell Beef, Roust Beef, Chipped Dried Beer, Boiled Million. Roan)
Mutton t.iiret Tongue, Lntuir* Tongue, Etolleil lEnlilill. Chicken Talc,
I'urlrlilgc rule. Wild Buck rate, lloiied Chicken, tnni, anil turkey. Morton*,! Kippered Herring, Miiokcil llalltMit, Marshall'*.
Scotch Herring and Hunan iliiiltli**-. Lobster, sportsmen Kurillne*,
Sardines lu Mimtnril. Pigs Feel nlso Miners, I'li'kli s. Catsups, Dress-
logs, soups,  Ite., Fie,
Have you tried the Geneva Sausage in Tins, very iine.
Prompt delivery to nil pints of the city und special ntleulion to Mini Orders.
M. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
THE AGENT-GENERALSHIP.
I who  wns   competent  and   upright in
! performance of his duties.    They havo
  strictly adhered to that decision.    The
Tho    Vancouver   News-Advertiser, I dismissals that havo  beeu  made wero
commenting upon the dismissal of Mr.   for cause, into explanation of which it
Vernon, agent-general for British  Co-  is not necessary to enter,
lunibia at  London, doubts  whether it , ���
would be advisable for tho government Mortizing on tho disaster which
to continue tho office and indulges in overtook Mr. Turner and at the same
a short dissertation on eoonomy, whioh time knocked on the head the uegotia-
lattor is but the cunt with wliich tion of a new loan, the Victoria Col-
politicians hope to please the public onist says mournfully, "bnt the prov-
ear. With a province increasing every iuoe hns fallen on another kind of
year in importance the government davs" Yes, tlio right kind of days,
must koop pace with the altering con- days that will be remembered as mark-
PETER GENELLE ft   CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber ;it 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.
ing the dawn of popular government
in this province, as a substitute for
clique   rule in  every  way arbitrary
and objectionable.
DEATH OE SIR GEORGE GREY,
dition of things und ihis, it will be
found, will necessitate increased expenditure in most of the departments,
To control this expenditure judiciously
is all tho economy required, To talk
nf abolishing, on tho ground of economy, an office which   oould   be   mnde'    ,.     ,       ,,   "���~���r^     ,    .,    .
. , , .*,,,, London, Sept.  II). ���lhe death   is an-
a most useful one, shows that the nounced of Right Hon. Sir George
News-Advertiser has u poor idea of Grey, aged 86 yenrs. The late Right
public requirements. Hon. Sir   George   Grey   was formerly
That journal further on in its articleUie^,e"nnt -governor of South Australia
.,     "    . ,   . .. ., iin J.s-ll, governor of New Zealand from
ou the subject, says that it would cost   184fl   ,()   \m   ,md llgain   froW im to
|8000 per annum to maintain the office * 1887, governor and commander-in-
"in the style that would be effective chief of the Cape of Good Hope from
for tho purpose  for which  such an }85* *�� 186^nd premier of New Zea-
.,.,,,   T,         ,,               land from 1871 to 1891,
offlco is designed.      It would cost as	
much  more  or   in all $15,000 a  yeur, j THE METHODIST CONEEREENCE.
"to provide a suitable office and ninin- '    T .rr~:        ����� ,      ,n    m, _
". . , Lansing,     Mich.,     Sopt.     19.���The
tain it in such stylo as would be Michigan conference of tho Methodist
proper." Why this talk ahout "style?" Episcopal ohuroh today adopted, with-
An agency in Loudon is a purely busi- ! 01lt debute, a resolution declaring for
ness proposition and it should bo con- ^T^^iZS^r^^
ductod on business principles with, tion at tho general conference. IThe
which"style" has nothing to do.   This vote was 199 to (I.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEjlS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
tind Lowest Prices
I attention.
Gimps supplied on shortest notice
Mail Orders receive Ouiefti
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept, in stock,
Markets nt Nelson tind Yinir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
Oold Commissioner
Mining Hocorder-Tux Col
Collector of Customs
Provinoial Assessor
County Court Judgo
Registrar
Inspector of Schools
PROVINOIAL JAIL DIRECTORY.
Warden Capt. N. Fitzstubbs
First Jailor            ��� II. Liddell
Socond Jailer Goo. Partridge
Third Jailer              ��� John McLaron
Senior Guard   It. Inco
CnURCH DIltKCTOHY.
('uracil Ot Enqlanii���Matin 11 a.m.; Even
Song, 7.tJ0 p.m. every Sunday. Holy Communion on lst and 3rd Sundays in the month after
Matins: on 2nd and 4th Sundays, nt 8 a.m.
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Rev. H. S. Akehurst, Rector.   Cor Word and Silica streets.
Presbyterian CiiuRCU--Servioesat 11 a.m.
and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayor mooting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Christian Endeavor Society moets ovory Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rov. R. Frew,
Pastor.
Methodist Chchcii���Corner Sill��� nnd
Josephine Streets. Services at 11 a.m. nnd 7.30
p. m. ; Snbbnth School, 2.30 p.m.: Prayer meeting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Epworth
League C. E., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Kev. John
Itobson, Pnstor.- rtH
Roman Catholic Ciiuhcii���Mass at Nelson
every Sunday nt 8 and 10.30 a.m.; Benediction
nt 7 30 to 8 p.m.   Rev. Father Forlnnd, Priest.
BAPTIST OUUROH ��� Services morning and
evoningnt 11 n.m.nnd 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening nt 8 p.m.; Meeting
nro held in tho scliool hoiiRe. Strani
ally welcomed.   Hov. G. lt. Welch,    	
Salvation Ahmy���Services evory evening
nt 8 o'clock in bnrrncks on Victoria street.
Adjutant Millner in charge.
ings
rangers cordl*
i. Pastor.
LODGE MEETINGS.
NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. ScA.
M. meets second Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brethren Invited.
G. L. Lknno.x, Sooretary.
I.  O. O.  F.     Kootonay Lodge
��� No. Ill, moots overy Monday night,
at   their   Hull,   Kootenny st'oot.
Sojourning Odd Follows cordially invited.
A. 11. Clements, N. G.      Fred J Squires, Secy
NELSON LODGE No. 25, K. of P.,
Nmeeta in Castlo hall, McDonald block
nevery second and fuurth Tuosday oven-
ling al* 8 o'clock. All visiting knights
'cordially invited,
K. G. Joy, C. C.
(8201 GKO. ROSS K. of K. nnd S.
NELSON   LODGE,   I. O. G. T.      Meets In
Castlo Hull, McDonald lllock, overy Monday
evening  al 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars cordially inviied, John TELFORD,
Chief Templar.
J. Y. Jacobson   Sec'y
W. A. JOWETT,)
MINING AND
+^_REAL ESTATE BROKER
�������������������������������������
Victoria Street NELSON, B. C.
NELSONS   QUEEN   NO. 241
SONS    OF    ENGLAND,  meets
second and fourth Wednesday of
each monlh at K. of P. Hall, Mao
Donald Block,   cor. Vernon   and
_ _       Josephine streets.   Visiting breth-
rn cordinlly invited.        Ernest Kino,
Chas. H. Farrow, Worthy President
Socrotnry.
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 moet*
lst nnd 3rd Wednesday in each month in tho
K of P Hall. F XV Swanoll, C. D. S. C. R.; J R
Green, C.U.: J. Purkiss, Secy.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meet
every Thursday in tho I.O.O.F. hall. G C
Williams. M.W.: W S Smith, Reo.-Soc; J. J.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver and
P. M. W.  ^__
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1692 moots in the McDonald block every Thursday evening at &
o'clock. Visiting members cordinlly invited,
John Toyo W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.8. THE MINER, TUESDAY,   SEPTEMBER 20,  1898.
GENIAL LOCAL NWS
EVENTS   OF    INTEEEST   IN   AND
ABOUND NELSON.
"Ill, I     Mention    of    Happening.!   In   the
Itlslilet Ituring Ihe rust
F."iv Hays.
Mark Gilliam of Brie is in town.
J. Keith Reid went out to the Gran-
te mine last night.
Jerry's prolonged spree litis culniin-
ited in the lock-up.
Provincial Constable Wilson of Kns-
'tinooK, is in thc city.
The North West Territory elections
kill be held curly in November.
Wanted���A waitress, must be a
marl girl, apply at the Hotel Hume. *
Miss Mooney bus opened oui un ele-
unt stock of ftdl and winter ntillin-
ry. *
0. A. Oretrg, of the Viotoria Times,
���ft yesterday for Kaslo on the
kokanee.
Maxwell Stevenson and Henry M.
itevenson of Ainsworth. nro registered
t the Phuir.
Miss Buckley bus opened out a large
took of full und winter millinery iii
;ie Broken Hill block. *'
J. Vi. Harvey, barrister, bus arrived
rom Fort Steele to net for tho erown
11 the Bruno murder case.
P. M.   MoLeod,' barrister  of   Ross-
and, arrived in   tho  city on  business
|vith the supreme court.
Mrs. H.W. Simpson gave a niusicale
10 a few friends in the parlors of the
flume hotel last night.
Mr. Justice Irving, who will preside
txi'V the  assizes  wliich   begin   today,
Sgistered last night at tho Hume.
P.    Burns,   the   meat   king of   the
Kootenay, arrived in the city lust night
Tom a business visit to Rosslnnd.
Charles-Estmere, sole agent for lhe
kimberley townsite in East Kootenay,
iii   the city and will   remain a few
lays,
Sergeant V. C. Olopp, J. E. Angers
nd E. 0. Lott, ull of tho Northwest
jtounted Police are registered at tho
lueon's.
[Wm. Foster, Revelstoke; Chas.
(lack, Brunt ford ; Mrs. Davis, Spok-
[10; A. Gammie, Ingersoll; W. J.
Inrlo, Kootenay Luke, are registered at
lie Phair.
1 Mrs. Bolton of   Revclstoko, who has
[ten  visiting  Mr. and   Mrs. Beaseley
Nelson for the past couplo of weeks,
Iff last night for home.
I Among those registered at the Hume
po   J. B. Stevenson,   San   Francisco;
A. Wing,Oro; F. J. Ewing, Brook-
In; J. Payxnnt, Rossland, aud James
lolden, Trail.
[Among those registered at tho
eon's are W. J. McKay.Fort Steelo;
C. McGregor, (1. H, Owen, S.
jrnioud and T. E. Devlin, Brooklyn,
kd R. A. Fruser, Fort Steele.
���A birthday social will be held in the
lethodist church on Wednesday evenly  under the   auspices of   the ladies
II society of the church. Au oxcel-
lit programme of music, etc., is iu
terse of preparation and an enjoy-
I'.o time is assured.
Miss Mooney requests the ladies of
J'lson to attend her millinery open-
\> on Wednesday the 21st instant, in
Ferland's store, whero she will dis-
|iy all tho latest novelties in Ameri-
and Parisian styles. *
'olioe Magistrate Lucas of Kaslo
Jtsed through the city yesterday 3n
lite to Vancouver. Mr. Lucas has
Tn appointed organizer for the con
Ivative party in British Columbia
|l will make a tour of tiro province
the purpose of organizing associ-
lons at every available point.
The contract for the erection of the
C. P. R. repair shops and round house
at Calgary, Alberta, has beeu let to
McDiarmid & Co., of Winnipeg and
work on the new buildings has been
commenced. The material used will
be Calgary sandstone from the quarry
west of the city aud tho lumber will
be taken from Vancouver.
J. McLennan, a contractor on the
Crow's Nest Pass railway construction, is in the city. To a Miner reporter Mr. McLennan stated that there
is now a regular train service from
MacLeod to Cranbrook and the track
would be laid to Kootenay hike early
in October. The contractors have finished their work and most of the men
have left for the Robson-Penticton
branch.
Iu a roeent issue it was stated that
the cook, who was until a few
days ago employed at the Koot-
euay Lake Goneral hospital was
discharged. Further enquiry has revealed the fact that sho left of her own
free will, nor is it the case, as might
possibly bave boon iuferrod from the
paragraph abovo alluded to, that she
gavo solid food to Mr. Bamhill, who
recently died at that establishment.
The Kaslo board of trade, whose
charter covers all the Slocan and Ainsworlli mining divisions are preparing
a mineral exhibit for the New Westminster fair. Mr. Papworlh has secured about 200 samples of ore from
the principal mines in the districts,
which tire being carefully labelled and
will be shipped this week to tint exhibition.
It is reported that arrangements
have been completed for tho extension
of the Pacific division of tho 0, P. R.
eastwards from Donald to Laggan.
The change will probably take place
early next, monlh when the Golden
division formerly under the supervision of Superintendent Niblock of
Medicine Hat will bo placed under
the care of Messrs. Marpole and Dn-
chesuey.
HUME ELECTION PETITION.
Mr. Justice Irving Orders the Petitioners to Furnish Further Particulars.
On September 1-1 au order was made
by Mr. Justice Irving at Victoria on
the application of Mr. R. Vi. Harrington solicitor for Hon. J. Fred Hume
j in the matter of the Hume election
petition, compelling the petitioners
to file within iiO days from tho service
of the order particulars which may be
stated generally as follow.': (1) The
names of the agents aud persons acting
for the respondent and alleged to have
committed any of offenses referred to
in the petition.
(2) The names of (he persons bribed
or attempted to be bribed, the names
of those treated, of thoso treating, of
those guilty of undue influence and of
those unduly influenced.
(!l) The names of those hiring rigs,
horses, etc., the places where hired,
the voters conveyed, the polls to which
they wero conveyed and the places
from which they were conveyed, Ihe
nunies of those personated and the
names of tho persons guilty of personation, the names of those induced to
refrain from voting and by whom induced, and as to till of tho several
charges, the places whero each aud all
of theni wero committed, tint plnces
where and the times when committed
and,
(4) As to bribery and payments of
money, the amouuts paid or offerod or
the nature of the bribe, together with
many other particulars referred to in
the order.
���utility counts for more in this class
jtliii'dwuie then in uny other line
life of a building depends on it.
ur stock is first cities. It has heen
lu-red from manufacturers noted
Ithe excellence of their product.
J there is entire absence of "cheap"
lis in the collection,
irices arc not higher than you often
1 for poorly made goods.
importers of
|nts, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
THE HOSE REEL RACES.
Nelson Wins the Hub and Hub���Great
Dissatisfaction Prevails.
In the hose reel races yesterday at
Rossland, Nelsou met with very hurd
luck iu the wet test. Tbey mado tho
fastest timo of auy to the hydrant,
but shortly before reaching it Perrier
slipped and fell, being dragged 30 or 40
feet, thus Nelson had perforce to give
up the race.
The representatives of Nelson, Kaslo,
Trail and Rossland competed, Ross-
laud running last. Great dissatisfaction was expressed at the fact that
while the other teams found a low
pressure and experienced some difficulty in getting water, when Ross-
land's turn camo tho water rushed
through tho hose, thus giving them
considerable advautago. Their time
was 29 4-6 seconds.
The Trail team wero so sore that
they declined to oompeto in the hub
tmd hub raco, though they offered to
race Rossland at Trail   for any money.
In the hub and hub race Nelson won
in IH seconds flat, Kaslo being second
and Rossland third. This was especially creditable as, owing to the disaster in the wet test only seven men
ran, the other teams having tlieir full
complement.
The Nelson team consisted of Captain Stoelo and J. F. Thompson,
leaders; Vi. G. Lillie and G. Nunn,
second; J. Campbell and H. Houston,
third; G. Partridge aud A. Perrier,
fourth; A. Jeffs, branchnian ; C, Archibald and H. Stuter on the pole; G.
Davis and F. J. Bradley, boing
hydrant men.
IN THE BALL FIELD.
Sept. 19.���At Boston���Boston 7,
Louisville 1.
At Washington���Washington 8, Chicago 0.
At New York���New York 2, St.
Louis 1.
At Brooklyn���First game���Brooklyn 11 ; Pittsburg 10. Second game-
Called owing to darkness. Brooklyn 2,
PittBburg 0.
At Philadelphia���First game���Philadelphia 8, Cincinnati 0. Second
game���Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 12.
At Baltimore���Baltimore 12, Cleveland 6.
! Notes Jf tlie Way.
"As  un   instance of  cheap   travelling.." said   Mr. D.   R. Wilkie, it the
Imperial Bunk, in after-dinner talk at
Ithe Hume,   "Iwas   standing   on the
! railway platform at Revelstoke when a
j man came up to the person to whom I
Was   talking*  and  handing him tt rail-
j way ticket saiu'You   can have   that.'
i'l don't  want it',   answered   my  uc-
qtiaintenoe.    'Neither  do I,' answered
the man.    'This   is   where   I stop and
anvoue wishing a  ticket to go farther
can  have   it.'   The ticket turned  out
to be ono from Seattle to   St. Paul and
it had cost  the  purchaser $10.    What,
became of   it   I dou't   know.    Bnt   it
was a cheap trip, wasn't it. "
* *   *
What about the electric car line?
Auy prospect of its being built soon?
* *   *
"I came down the river to Robson
on tho Rossland a week ago." said a
travelling man at tint Hume on Saturday night. "Late in the afternoon we
pulled up at a place called Brooklyn,
ono of those settlements that spring np
during railway construction and sometimes beoome a permanency and sometimes don't. Among the deck passengers woro a number of railway
navies bound for that point to work on
tho railway. They wero pretty well
supplied with liquor, some having
bottles half full with the other half
obviously stirring them up, internally.
Some of thom forgot to get off at
Brooklyn and raised such a row wheu
the steamer hauled out, that it was
deemed expedient in tho interests of
peaco to run her against the bank
further down. They till got off safely,
for it is a saying that Providence
watches over wee bairnies and drunken
men, but the last one moving tardily,
the boatmen tilted the gang plank to
mako him hurry. He shot down towards the beach, but strange to say
landed ou his feet, and turning around
he poured out a string of profanity
which would have made Hades howl;
then he opened on the crew with expressions which called their parentage
into qusetion and oast doubts upon
their legitimacy. It was dreadful.
Then he lifted his hat to the. captain
iu the pilot house and cried, 'But I
thank you, Captain, for letting nie
off'. The place for tho missionaries
seems to be out in the construction
camps, not iu Africa or China or
cities where order is kopt. "
* *   *
"When I got aboard the train at
Vancouver the other day," said a
gentleman at the Phair yesterday
"I asked tho porter on the sleeper to
give mo a berth. ' I can give you au
upper, sir,' ho answered, ' but all the
lowers are reserved until wc pass the
Mission. Yon know, wo meet, the
Seattle train thoro and we- don't let no
lower berths until we see what comes
off her'. I object to this arrangement.
Why should travellers out of Vancouver, who pay as much for a ticket
to Nelson as Seattle peoplo pay to New
York have to take upper berths while
these cheap raters from Seattlo crawl
into comfortable lowers. Something
ought to be written about it in the
papers so that Mr. Shaughnessy may
kuow that this is a differential about
which tho publio havo a right to
kick."
* *   *
Mr. William Tiernay, railway contractor, says that the Crow's Nest
Pass road will be at Kootenay lake in
two weeks and that trains will be
running through iu a month. This is
good news for Nelson, which will be
then two days nearer to the east.
* *   *
"Dismal" Smith, of Fort Wiliam,
who has tho boarding houso and store
privileges along construction on the
Crow's Nest Pass line, is said to have
made a fortuuo siuco tho work began.
As "Dismal" is a poet it is not improbable that tho beauties of the pass
and thc perfections of the line will be
worked into chisseled verso beforo
long.
WHAT THE DE, ORDERED
fi,
11 Yon Have n It"'>ii.v for some particular
��� i iimi tinvi* n ik"'m,., ior some parucuiar
I Medicine Or Drag and dont like to be offerod a
, substitute, come hero when you neod a new
supply. Wo are pretty sureto havcit. Everything Hint a well stocked Drug Store usually
[ carries, and a Great Many Thing* iteshles.
: can be found on our shelves
The purity of tho Drugs snid liy   us and thc
i accuracy of our prescript on  department, Insures toonr customers just " What tho lloclor
Ordered."
Canada Drug & Book Co.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. MFIME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwall I
ADDRESS
To tbe  Electors or the Nelson Hiding or
West Kootenny Electoral District:
Gentlemen : My acceptance of a seat
in the cabinet of Hon. 0. A. Semlin
has vacated the seat in the provincial
legislature formerly held by myself as
your representative iu Unit body.
I now beg leavo to offer myself as a
candidate for re-election.
Although it is but a short time since
you honored nie by electing me as your
representative, and I have every reason
to believe that my action in aocepting
office has your approval, 1 regret, that
the duties of office have prevented nie
from meeting you and personally asking you for the renewal of that support wliich you have been kind enough
to extend to' ine during lint past four
years,
The department of mines, which,
with the oflice of provinoial secretary,
Hon. Mr. Semlin has entrusted to my
care, is a most important one, particularly to the mining sections of the
province,of which Nelson riding forms
so important a part, as by the careful
administration of this department the
welfare of this and other mining districts may be greatly benefitted.
I appeal, therefore, for your support
as a member of the new government,
which I am convinced, with the support of the electors throughout the
province, will be able to do much to
promote tho general welfare of the
province and enable it to assert its position as tho most prosperous of all the
provinces in the Dominion.
I  am, gentlemen, your obedient
servant,
J. FRED HUME.
Nelsou, September 17th, 1898
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Pha   Hotel.
NELSON, B.C. P. O. BOX 583.
Extended experience in ('bile and German
South Africa. Assays and analysis of ores.
Reports and valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up hy contract.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in   and see   us.
NELSON.
B.C
TIE  MAKERS
WANTED.
Experienced Tie Makers can get steady work
ot Nakusp.   Apply immediately to
PETER GENELLE Sc CO..
Nakusp, B. C,
G-ENTS  4   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned, Pressed
and Dyed by the New Process at
Reasonable Prices,
STEVENS, The Tailor..
Room 9. Hii.i.ykr Hue, NELSON.
P. S.���Ladies Wool Dress Goods Sponged
before Making Up.
#J. Harry Nickerson*
WATCHMAKER and
JEWELER ��� ��� A A
Josephine St. Opposite Clarke Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
Spokane  Falls &
Northern R'y.
Nelson   &.  Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail route without change
of cars between Nelsou aud Rossland and
Spokane and Eossland.
(DAILY)
Leave 6.20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.35 p.m
"   12:05 "   ROSSL'D   "   11:20   "
"    8-30 a.m. SPOKANE   "    3.10 p.m
Train tbnt leaves Neltton at 6:20 a.tn.
makes close connections nt Spokane foi
all Pacific Coast Points.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek,connect at Marcus withStage
Daily.
C. G, DIXON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wash.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
x    RAILWAY
and  SOO--PACIFIC LINK
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To Eastern and European Points.
To   Pacific   Coast, China,   Japan
and Australia   Points.
Tourist Cars
Pass Revelstoke
Daily to St. Paul.
Daily (except Wednesday) to Eastern Canadian  and U.S. Points
Tickets   issued through and Bag-
gage checked to destination.
DAILY TRAIN.
'I'o  Hossland  anil  Main   Lino  points
0.40p m.-Leaves- NELSON-Arrivcs-lO.uOp.ni
Kootenai Lalie��� kaslo Itoute.
Sth. Kokanf.k
Except Sunday. Except Sunday
1   p.m.���Leavcs-NELSON���Arrivcs-11   a.m
Kooienay Itiver Koute.
Stu. Nklson.
Except Sunday Except Sunday
V a.m.���Leaves���NKLSON���Arrives���10.30 p.m.
Outward connection Pilot Hay with Str. Kokanee. but Inward such connection is not guaranteed.
Steamers on their respective routes call at
principal Landings in both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Trains   to ami  from   slocan I'll}. Sandon
and slocan   Lake   I'oints.
(Sundays Excepted)
fl a. m.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���2.20 p. m.
Ascertain Puesent
Reduced Rates East
and full information by addressing nearest
local agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Tieket
Agent, Nelson,
VV. F. ANDERSON, E. ,T. TOYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agent,      Dist. 1'ass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver
NOTICE OF  MEETING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an extraordinary meeting of the Shareholders
of tlie " Exchequer Gold Mining Company,
Limited Liability," will be held at itR head o*f-
tlce. on Baker street, in the city of Nelson, B.C.,
on the 2tilh day of September. A. II., 181)8 at the
hour of eight o'clock in the afternoon for tho
purpose of
ill Considering propositions for the working and further development of the mines.
(2) Ratifying a certain agreement of the 6th
September, A. 1)., 1808.
(tit Appointing Trustees and Ollicers for Uie
said Company and to transact such further
and other business as may come before tlie said
meeting.
Dated this 10th day of September, A. D.,
1808.
J. C. DREWRY,
Secretary
NELSON
SODA  WATER FACTORY.
iii.i.i-iiom; \<�� tu.
Manufacturers of
AlL CARBONATED WATERS.
Halcyon Hot Springs   Water Aerated and
Supplied to llie Trade.
WHAT
DO
YOU
WANT
For One Cent a Word?
.rdv |
You can find a buyer for "Any
Old Thing " if you advertise.
t'ltissltlcd Advertisement!!.
All advertisements in this column aro
1 cent a word each insertion. No advertisement taken for less than 2*5 cents.
������**������������������������*���*���������������*������--��������������� ���������������������������������
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED.   Threo or four roomed houso
icntral location.   Address Miner offlco.
FOUND.-A small key, National Cash Register.   Apply "Miner" olilce.
MUSIC LESSONS.-On piano organ or
guitar, by Mrs. XV. J, Astley, Robson street,
two doors west of Stanley.   P. 0, Box 180.
WANTED���A   position   at   general houso
work.   Apply MRS. WALSH, Woods house.
EOR SALE���Hamilton  Cash Register.  Apply to BON TON RESTAURANT.
117
NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Baker Street.
Wanted���4 Woodohoppei's.
12 Men, $8.35 por day.
4 Men for unloading wood.
J. H, Love. THE MINER   TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,  1898.
A.
CONFERENCE AT QUBBEG gi
The Next Session Will Begin Today.
had, however, slipped her anchor
us fouud drifting helplessly about
miles distant. Sho was taken
in tow but shortly afterwards hor hog
chains parted and sho filled with
water and sank. Tint crew were rescued
with considerable difficulty but all
were got on board the Fashnet and re ,
turned to Vancouver. Mr. Mara will jThe Royal Agricultural anil Industrial
. remain  in   Nelson   for    a few   days Society of British Columbia.
longer.
1898      PROVINCIAL      1898
Exhibition
.
under the direction of
M'KINLEY IS ANXIOUS
He Sees the Importance of Both Countries ,
Arriving at a Speedy Settlement
of Differences.
Washington, Sopt. 10.��� Senator
Faulkner will leave tomorrow night
with the expectation of reaching
Quebec on Thursday. It is his understanding that the next session of tho
C ininiission, whieh is tu begin tomorrow, will continue only until about
October 8 or !l and that there will
bo an adjournment until some time in
November, when the commission will
meet in Washington. There is a general desire among Washington authorities to conolnde work before the convening of congress in December, and
it is understood the president shares in
the anxiety. He told Senator Faulkner today, that he was desirous of
facilitating the commission's labor to
as great an extent as possible and
dwelt on the importance to both
countries of arriving at an early settlement of tho differences which have
arisen bewteen them. Thero aro 15
points of disagrement whieh the commission will try to settlo aud Senator
Faulkner says his information is to the
effect that there is a fair prospect of
reaching a settlement.
SIR CHARLES TUPPER.
Says   That    the   Conservatives   Were
Never Stronger Thau Now.
Ottawa, Sept. I'.l.���Sir Charles
Tupper is in Ottawa. Tomorrow morning lie will leave for Montreal to sail
with Lady Tupper on Tuesday on the
Oalifomiau for Liverpool. Sir Charles
describes his reception in the maritime provinces as most flattering. The
conservative party, Ittt said, was never
stronger than it is today. Asked what
effect the actions 'of conservatives in
coming out squarely on party lines in
New Brunswick provincial politics
would have, he said, it will be the
moans of overturning the provinoial
government and carrying the province
solidly for the conservative purty ttt
the next general election, lie declared
that if the election were to take placo
tomorrow, uot one of tho ministers
would be returned from the maritime
provinces. Sir Charles denied that in
stumping the country, he had gone
back on his promise not to discuss
issues now pending before the Quebec
conference.
Asked as to his probable stay in the
old country, Sir Charles replied that
it would depend altogether on circumstances, "but" he added, significantly,
"I shall bs back in time for anything
important that may transpire to require my presence in Canada."
THE HONOR IS MR. MULOOK'S.
BACK FROM BOUNDARY.
How Things are Looking in the Kettle
River District���Whitewater.
J. Roderick Robertson, manager of
the London and B. C. Goldfields has
returned to Nelson after an absence of
about four weeks.
In conversation with a Miner reporter, Mr. Robertson stated that the
greater part of this time had beeu
spent in the. Kettle rivez district. He
had gono in by stage from Bcs-tburg,
and made his way to Greenwood city,
in the vicinity of whieh are some
claims owned by his company.
The Boundary country seemed to be
enjoying a season of prosperity, both
miners and farmers doing well. There
was it good deal of building going on
in Cascade City, and in Greenwood
City there were also several houses
going up.
Mr. Robertson (tame out by way of
Vernon and Penticton, and on his arrival in Nelson went immediately to
Whitewater.
He reports lhat everything is going
on well at the Whitewater mine.
Work is proceeding apace with the
construction of the concentrator, part
of the, machinery being already installed.
It is hoped that before long the concentrator, which will have a daily
capacity of 186 tons, will be in operation.
Duke of  Norfolk  Puts   the  Credit of
Penny  Postage' Whero It Belongs.
Toronto, Sept. li).���Following is a
special cable to the Evening Telegram,
dated London, Sept. Ill:
The Duke of Norfolk, postmaster
general in the Imperial cabinet, spoko
at Lythain, Lancashire, on Saturday,
devoting samo time to the question of
Imperial penny postage. He said that
Imperial postage was due to the pro
gressivo spirit of Canada and it would
bo unfair to Hon. William Muloek,
Canada's postmaster general, if J.
Henniker Heaton, M. P., ditl not tit
ouce shift from his shoulders any
merit earned by his Canadian brother.
,T.  A.   MARA IN THE CITY
On   Privato   Business���Story   of    the
Wreck of thc Stiekine Chief.
John A. Mara, ex-M. P., for Yale-
Kooteuay, and who is tit present
largely interested in Nelson realty is
in the city on a business visit. To a
Miner representative Mr. Mara stated
that his visit to the cily was not in
any way connected with politics but
was solely on private business. He
noted a great change in Hit! appear*
mice of the city since his last visit
here about four months ago and expressed 1 itnself as especially pleased
with tho substantial character of the
buildings now in course of erection.
Mr. Mara was the owner of the
steamer Stiekine Chief and was on
board that ill-fated vessel when she ond
tho Mono were wrecked on the voyage
to Alaska. The story of the wreck and
tho rescue of the crew is as follows :
Both steamers were taken in tow at
Wrangel by the Steamer Fashnet, (hat
place being left on July 33, Shortly
after leaving port, dirty weather was
encountered, and Uut four strand hawser by whieh the Mono was being
towed was snapped like a thread. The
Stiekine Chief was towed to what was
considered a safe anchorage near
Bushy island. The Fashnet thon returned to tho Mono and fouud that
vessel ou the rocks, a complete wreck.
Tho crew of the Mono wero taken on
board and tho Fashnet returned to
pick up  tho Stiekine Chief.   The lat-
FIRE   IN   LONDON.
London, Sept. 19.���MoDougall's
flour mill and other warehouses in
Mill Wall docks, have been destroyed
by fire. The damage is estimated at
��75,000.
PE0HIBITI0N MEETING.
Supporters ofthe Local Prohibiten" Movement Deliver Powerful Addresses
on the Subject.
At the prohibition meetiug last
night in the Salvation army barracks,
Mr. Coxhead was in the chair, the
first speaker being Mr. Reed, who announced himself a native of Frederick-
ton. N. B.
Mr. Reed iu the course of a long
speech reviewed at considerable length
arguments advanced by those opposed to
prohibition, ond quoted a great many
statistics in support of his position.
He did not consider that the question
of supplying the deficit in the revenue
was any business of the prohibitionists, and quoted Sir Leonard Tiliey and
Mr. Gladstone iu support of his contention that thero was no cause for
fear in that respect as it had boen repeatedly shown that prohibition did
not decrease the revenue. It would be
tt good thing for labor if the manufacture of liquor was abolished, as that
industry employed less men in proportion to the capital invested than any
other. Ho gavo figures to show that
prohibition was invariably attended
liy a decrease in crime. They had had
prohibition in Fredericton for 20
years, and though the Scott Act was
miserably enforced tho people would
never give it. up. Tho wealthy liquor
dealers had a political pull and still
so)d liquor. Thero is no law ou the
statute book that cau be so easily and
readily enforced as a prohibitory liquor
law. If a man steals, ho may put the
article in his pocket and none bo tie
wiser, if a man takes a drink he cannot hide it. He is betrayed by hig
breath or his gait or iu some other
way.
He had not much to say on the question of tampering with the subject's
liberty, but there was no slave like tho
slave of his appetites.
Mr. Williamson was tho next
speaker, aud he was much pained i.t
tliu utterances of a local business man
which hit had seen in the daily paper,
whieh was to the effect that prohibition was only good for women and
children. He went ou to say that
liquor dealers were not the friends of
the people. They mado men drunk
nntl then kicked theni ont. The best
journalists anil blacksmiths wero total
abstainers, Drink was a curso nud
robbed the country.
The Rev. Mr. Robson regretted that
he had had no opportunity tor preparation, The local press appeared to
lean to (he liquor sido of tho fence,
but took no definited staud. He wished
they would. The present license laws
nre kept by no one. In tho Irish
famine year, when the breweries and
saloons were closed, the revenue was
greater than the previous year with
good crops and open saloons. The
liquor license law- now forced on us
hurts tho public health, and is therefore illegal. Saloons were the places
I where nefarious plots of all kinds were
! batched.
The chairman   then   announced That
ti collection would be taken up and appealed to the liberality of those present.
j He also stated   that prohibition literature would be distributed nt the door.
The meeting then closed.
OCT. 5 to 13 Inclusive
-AT-
New Westminster
in conjuction with tliu
(itizens'Grand Yearly Celebration
SSSS e9S9-S9896A69*S9��9*eS��969��*9*S96Se969��9S9*SS**69*a9e939e$
THE FIRST TRIAL
of our Clothing if* generally sufficient to
make u life long customer.
We don't oiler our kooiIh below coht,
because we have no desire to lo*e
money. We ^ell at prices whieh are
sufficient topay for good material and
good workmanship! The size and variety of ourntock enables UB to please a
customer both fa to style nnd ill. Indeed we are particular on theso points.
We rather lose ti sale than permit unsatisfactory garments to leave the
store.
These values cannot he surpassed.
$18,000
w PRIZES ��
$18,000
Tho Premium Lisl is tlio Largest
over offered Went ot Toronto.
Pyro-Spectacular [Jombardnu'iit el   Sontiuifo
<le Cuba nnd Blow Inj; up of the 'Tlainc."
Followed by an up-to-date Fire Works Display,
whioh hiw been specially aeourod for Four
Nights at an enormous oxpenso
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle fleet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.   Open to the World.
The Finest Hands in the Province
will provide Music.
Special rates over all Railway and
Steamboat Lines.
No entrance fees charged for Exhibits.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full Information on application to
MAYOR OWENS XV. li. EDMONDS.
Chairman Cel, Coin. Scey. Cel. Coin.
T. J. TRAPP, ARTHUR MALINS,
Pres. R. A. Sc I. Foe.      Secy. R. A. Sc I. Soc.
W. H. KEARY,
Exhibition Commissioner.
l 4 NELSON CAFE   # J
T First Class in every respect A
t����+-����-����-��������->f��-��-H+-����-��+-����T
��� A
���    Do you want a good Square meal for     ���
|     25 CENTS?     |
X TRY THE   NELSON   CAFE X
X  * X
X     DINNER 12 TO 8     J
��� First Class Cook Employed X
I ��� I
A Eastern   Oysters    Itrirlvrd    Ittilly. +
^ t'lioUcil nny Style. ���>
��� A
1        OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I
����������������������������������������� ������������������������������������*!
X Y. HOSHI - Proprietor. 1
t A
t��> ������ ��t��t�� ����� ��� ��� ��������������������������������?
TRUNKS
��� TRAVELLING*
TRUNKS
A Large Variety  below   the
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
LIMITED ((122)
I-TEII-'SOlSr
ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
and JOINERS
���������"���������������������
When requiring thoroughly seasoned
Mnilter should apply to
The Nelson Planing Mill
T. W. GRAY.
Iiist()ck,],OCO,OOOft.ofFlooi'ing,Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes and
every description of Joinery.
Bnbsorible for The Daily Miner, it
costs you but One Dollar per month,
delivered at your resideucc.
scitloUN   imioics  .imi    WIXDOWS   huh:
TO OKOKK.
F.E. MORRISON, D.D.S.
has taken over the practice of
Dr.    H.   E.   Hall and   is  prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   by latest methods.  .  .
Broken Hill Block ��� Baker Ht.
P. O. STORE.
SS-S^-SSSS S9-3��SS^.��S��^*S9SSS9-*S9*��9*M-$9*S9S9*SSS9SS��9SS��
--J. A. GILKER
i*9 PRESERVING JARS <&>
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLICA & STONE WARE
Milk Pitchers t
Bowls 1
Pie and Pudding Dishes. X
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ....
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIGHT
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Every Morning,
Special attention to Mail orders.
Tea Pots all Sizes
Putter Crocks
Kirkpatrick ���d Wilson, a
aker St.      Tel.  io.
:SO]"W
#
GKDOIDS
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth  Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
FOR
FOR
C"
W
GAMBLE b O'REILLY,
Civil Lnjciuecr.s, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and (ieneral  Agents,  Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
SALE  !�������
Corner Lot on Vernon St., with Building. 12 Lots in Block
J tF���Cheap.   2 L( ts Cor. Josephine and Robson.
RENT ____����xvcvwwvsv
2 Lois and Dwelling near Cor Stanley Kt, on Observatory
St., 812 per n on'h. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St,
t?2<* per month.    House and 2 Lots, Houston St.   $15 month.
ana see our full list of property for sale  in   "Hume"
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
��� have Two Claims on Rover Oreek For Sale, eheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NELSON,  B.C
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia busines
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B.C
893
Charles D. J. Christie
REAL ESTATE, LOANS.
INSURANCE, COMMISSION
Agent for ....
The Dominion Permanent Loan Co.
No Stock to be subscribed for.
A definite contract given. Loan
on the installment plan from 5^
years up.
I; iUI.lt STREET, NELSON, It. C. OPPOSITE POST OFFK
PABST : : :
BOHEH1AN
A Trial will convin
that the World's Leadii
Beer loses none of its go<
qualities by being bottl
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVE

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